Page 1

Weather forecast causes Trick-or-treat date change to Nov. 1 h

Opening November 4t

Su it e A 34 4 Wal nu t St . g, IN L aw re nc eb ur 81 2- 53 7- 40 00

Dearborn County register




ISSUE NO. 44 $1


60 Years as Local Country King

By Denise Freitag Burdette Assistant Editor

Sometimes when a performer prepares to take the stage, he waits behind a curtain. But when Bob Hudson, Aurora, was a kid preparing to perform during a family reunion, he not only started out behind a door, he stayed there. “I was so shy,” said Hudson. Yet 60 years later he knows how to play for a crowd, showcasing a genuine smile that is contagious. Hudson, along with various members of his band the Country Kings, can often be heard at the Dearborn County Jamboree at the Dearborn Adult Center, Lawrenceburg, on Friday afternoons, along with other festivals and venues throughout the area. “We always have fun here. It is a good atmosphere, and playing with Bob is always fun too,” said Harold Kennedy, Cincinnati, who played lead guitar during a recent gathering at the DAC. Kennedy has worked as a session and road musician for acts such as Montgomery Gentry and has performed at the Grand Ole Opry, as well as on many major variety shows. “He is one of the most caring people I have ever known. He loves seniors and veterans. He gives of himself every day of his life. His music has brought smiles to thousands. I love him dearly,” said Marie Edwards, DAC executive

Lions help We Care with pancake breakfast Nov. 9

director. “I got my first guitar in 1951. My dad got my brother and I a guitar for Christmas,” said Hudson. His dad would ask the brothers to sing for family reunions, but he would not come out from behind the door until afterwards, he said. But one of his early mentors, Lonnie Mack, helped him out of his shell. “He was the one who actively encouraged me when I was first starting out,” said Hudson. Music gave him the incentive to get out and meet with people, he said. Country, bluegrass and gospel are the main types of music he plays. He started started the band the Country Kings in 1967, he said. One of his first performance on the big stage took place in Refro Valley in Kentucky. He went down to the venue along with Pat Johnson of the Midwestern Hayride, a national country music show originating out of Cincinnati. He just went down to Renfro Valley looking to perform and they put him on the stage, said Hudson. “They did not know me from Adam. ... They really accepted me. I really appreciated it,” he said. He enjoyed the experience overall, but when the flood lights hit him, his legs felt like lead, said Hudson.

See COUNTRY, Page 10A


Aurora resident Bob Hudson celebrated 60 years in music in October. He often can be seen performing at the Dearborn County Jamboree Friday afternoons at the Dearborn Adult Center, Lawrenceburg. Different musicians have played in his band the Country Kings over the years, including, from the left, Doug Goltz, Richmond, steel guitar; Jim Hamil, Harrison, steel guitar; Harold Kennedy, Cincinnati, guitar and more; Denver Brandt, Cleves, bass/vocals; his son, Davey Hudson, Aurora, bass guitar, and Bob Hudson.

Aurora seeks optional $3 for 24-hour EMS


By Erika Schmidt Russell Editor

By Chandra L. Mattingly Staff Reporter

Mark your calendar and save the date. A week from Saturday, the Aurora Lions will hold one of its famous pancake breakfasts. This one benefits We Care, a local organization sending hundreds of packages to people serving overseas in the military. For the purposes of saving the date, the breakast is 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Lions Club, Second and Main streets, Aurora. A contribution of $6 for adults and $3 for children is suggested. We Care is an organization that is close to the heart of Aurora Lions President Mike Heffelmire. “As a retired Chief Master Sergeant from the United States Air Force, I know how much our troops appreciate getting any care package. Thinking back a few years, 1966, to the first time I went to Nam, it was like Christmas whenever you received a box from home, you had a lot of friends all at once,” said Heffelmire. Then as now, some service men and women are not so lucky to have a mom or other loved one sending them packages, and even if they are, the more packages the better. “I remember my mother would always pack what ever she was sending in popcorn. I don’t think anyone had thought of the little foam peanuts, yet. Anyway, sometimes when you

See CARE, Page 10A

I N S ID E TODAY COMMUNITY................67B SPORTS............... 1-4B, 8B

CONTACT REGISTER PUBLICATIONS News..........................................(812) 537-0063 Classified..................................(812) 537-0063 Sports........................................(812) 537-0063



The Aurora Lions Club Halloween Parade Contest draws a crowd Tuesday, Oct. 29. Above: Grand Prize/Best in Show are Nate, Preston, Val, & Brett Jacobs and Jordan Davison. Runner up is Lauren Kent. Ugliest/ Scariest: First Jacob Pratt, Second Dillon Lowe, Third Adam Kunkel, Fourth Jacob Post, Fifth Braden Lunsford. More photos from the parade are on Page 2A.

L’burg OK’s 2014 budget, salary ordinances By Erika Schmidt Russell Editor

After starting with a bang over the proposed salary ordinance, Lawrenceburg city council settled into calmer budget talks Monday, Oct. 28, adding to some line items and taking away from others. Council also added a new line item to the municipal development fund budget. That new line item is for $4 million to help Lawrenceburg Community School Corporation fund a new gym at Lawrenceburg High School. Creating the new line item was approved by council 4-1.

The existing gym, built in 1964, has serious structural problems. A replacement gym is estimated at $11.5 million, just above the $10 million referendum cap. LCSC has $2 million in savings, and estimates it will have another $1 million by the end of the year; however, it cannot use that money to get under the referendum cap. With the money from Lawrenceburg, the school corporation will be able to issue bonds for the gym replacement without having the uncertainty of a referendum. A debacle over the initial proposed salary ordinance was prompted by two council members who objected to more than 30


800-964-8336 New W. Harrison I-74 Exit 169 • Pre Owned Harrison I-74 Exit 3

Disclaimer* Price includes all rebates in leiu of 0% apr financing. Tax title and license fees additional. See dealer for details, offer ends 10/31/2013 picture may not be exact vehicle advertised.

percent raises for the mayor and the clerk-treasurer. Those raises were reduced to a 3.2 percent increase in a revision, as a Cincinnati television news crew took video. The final salaries for the mayor and clerk-treasurer are respectively $49,123.20 and $51,259.44. Councilman Mike Lawrence posted the salary ordinance on Facebook prior to the meeting Monday. City attorney Leslie Votaw said she did not think the document was public record until passed by council, and that certain city employees were “fed up” with Lawrence’s postings on

Would you pay $3 a month to support 24-7 emergency medical responders? That's what Aurora Emergency Rescue will be asking Aurora residents, with a nod from Aurora City Council. The council unanimously approved adding the $3 optional fee to the city's utility bills as soon as glitches in the computer billing program can be worked out. “It is optional; they can opt out of it,” said AER President Ed Opp. Doing so would permanently remove the optional emergency medical service fee from their utility bills. Because of changes in state rules, to continue to provide advanced emergency medical service, AER's emergency medical technicians not only must take a “bridge” class, but AER also must be manned round the clock, explained Opp. AER currently has paid daytime employees. “To do that, we'd have to hire another person to cover the night shift,” he said. The optional fee could cover the $40,000 to $45,000 annual cost of that employee at $13.50 per hour, including benefits. Any money raised over that amount also would go toward personnel, covering the wages of EMTs filling in while paid staff are on vacation or out sick, said Opp. Greendale Emergency Medical Service has a similar funding option with the Town of Greendale: currently a $1 optional fee on utility bills, said Opp. Greendale gets around 95 percent participation. How much participation would Aurora need to cover an additional AER employee, asked Aurora Councilman Bennie Turner. “I did the math today and if we had half,” it would be sufficient, said Opp. “We have to go this route or the state's not going to allow us to provide this service.” Instead, the level of care provided would drop to basic emergency medical service, as it will for any outlying life squad unable to complete the bridge course and to provide round-the-clock staffing, he explained. How would AER collect from Hogan and Center townships, asked councilman Joe Milish. Opp said he intends to go to the township boards and ask for funding. Life squads are not funded through property taxes as are fire departments; rather they depend on community funding, he added. “I'm not against it,” said Milish, who suggested considering the request for a few days before making a decision. “I'm prepared to move on it now and not wait another month,” said Aurora Mayor Donnie Hastings. Aurora Utilities Superintendent Randy Turner said the utility department's current computer software might make it difficult to bill and credit the EMS fee correctly. But the department is planning to make changes in the software in any case because of difficulties with it, said

See L’BURG, Page 10A

See EMS, Page 10A




$18,675 WHILE THEY LAST! #5265

Warranty For everTM will pay for all repairs to the powertrain components of your vehicle for as long as you own it!*




DRESS REHEARSAL Here are the Aurora Lions Club Halloween Parade winners from Tuesday, Oct. 29. Not all of the winners photographs are here, but all of the winners names are listed. Left: South Dearborn High School Band members: First Megan Terrel, Second Cody Sullivan, Third Alex McClanahan, Fourth Zach Collins, Fifth Noah Moses. Not pictured: Witch, Ghoul, Ghost, Vampire - First Lauren Kent, Second Emmy Lou Moore and family, Third Lillie and Sophie Turner, Fourth Cloe House, Fifth Arynn Kunkel.


Above: Prettiest (younger than kindergarten): First Kenna Batchelor, Second Frances Burton, Third Olivia Carter, Fourth Simi Patel, Fifth Ava Werner. Below: (The back row as designated on the list provided by the Lions Club.) TV, Fictional, Cartoon Character: First Breckin McCreary, Second Baylee Ferguson, Third Carson Petty, Fourth AJ Kunkel, Fifth Eli Powell. Not pictured: (The front row as designated on the list provided by the Lions Club.) First Nate, Preston, Val, Brett Jacobs and Jordon Davidson, Second Leo Bressert and Mahon Bressert, Third Braydon Ferguson, Fourth Kyle Powell, Fifth Evan Powell.

Prettiest (older than kindergarten): First Emma Carter, Second Alisiah Widener, Third Kaylee Petty , Fourth Jasmine Probst, Fifth Mackenzie Kent. Miscellaneous: First Sawyer Baxter, Second Johnna Bimrose, Third Jake Parliament, Fourth Timothy Jagger Rial, Fifth Myah Horn and Elizabeth Harris.

Celebrate the 1st Anniversary of our 1st Friday Event with our Above: Homemade Costume, fourth grade and older, First Allyson Kunkel, Second Shanna Tschaenn, Third Cassidy Carter, Fourth Dalton Lowe, Fifth Chastity Kilborn. Not Pictured Homemade Costume, fourth grade and younger: First Harper Beshears, Second Lucy Beshears Third Kenlee Ryan and Kaellen Riley, Fourth Anna Kunkel, Fifth Abigail German.

Rye Walk & Shop Rye Whiskey made by our local MGP distillery will be available for sampling

November 1st, 2013 5:30-9:15 Shop downtown Lawrenceburg Win great prizes provided by MGP Ingredients & Hollywood Casino. Above: Evan Powell is Uncle Si from Duck Dynasty. Left: The Lorax and Cindy Lou Who were some of the winners in Best Homemade Costume, fourth grade and younger, category.





Baffling sewer situation finalé of Aurora meeting By Chandra L. Mattingly Staff Reporter

Aurora City Council approved a 2014 budget and vacating an alley, passed a 2014 salary ordinance and heard complaints about repeated sewer backups and a proposed zoning change in October. The approved budget seeks a 9.8 percent increase, but that probably will be cut to 2.6 or 2.7 percent by the state board of accounts, said Aurora Clerktreasurer Randy Turner. The city's financial consultant recommended seeking the higher amount. Aurora City Attorney Jeff Stratman said the city is allowed a growth quotient of 2.6 percent on its assessed valuation, but by seeking the higher amount is saying it anticipates AV growth of 7 percent. No one attending the meeting made any comments on the budget. According to Turner's figures, the biggest increase in the proposed budget by funds would be a 6.9 percent jump in the general fund, from $1,584,551 in 2013 to $1,694,398 in 2014. The police

pension, cumulative capital improvement and local roads and streets funds all remain the same, with drops in law enforcement continuing education (-25 percent) and cumulative capital development (-30 percent.) The alley vacation, sought by Stedman Machine Company, was for a 100-foot long section of an alley off Indiana Avenue and between Stedman's property and James “Artie” and Barbara Couch's property. As a result of council's action, its 32-foot width will be divided between the property owners. Known as Short Street, the alley has not been used as a street nor maintained by the city, said Arnie McGill, representing Stedman. “My client was under the impression it had been vacated several years ago,” said McGill, noting both parties already use the alley. The Couches park their car there and Stedman has guide poles for power lines running through it. But McGill was unable to find a record of it being vacated, though the remainder of Short Street goes through the Stedman property and was

vacated to the next street over, he said. Stedman has owned its property there since 1979 and the Couches since 1979, added McGill. Harold Coleman, responding to questions by Couch and neighbor Jim Sechrest, said the company has no intention to move its fence beside the alley farther toward the Couch property. Coleman is Stedman marketing and special projects coordinator.

City salaries

The salary ordinance for 2014 includes a 3 percent increase for full-time employees, said Hastings. Stratman said all full timers except Main Street Aurora Director Karla Schmeltzer and code enforcement supervisor Rick Grubbs will receive raises. Schmeltzer is paid by the city as the mayor's administrative assistant, said Stratman, noting he changed that position in the ordinance from a weekly amount to the equivalent $20,000 annually. Randy Turner noted the wages for parks employees also do not include an automatic raise, but the range of what will be paid for those employees,

mostly pool guards, is up. In other business, downtown resident Sylvia Booth asked why the city is trying to get first-floor apartment dwellers kicked out of their homes. She's been a resident of Main Street for 17 years, she said. She was referring to an Aurora Plan Commission discussion in August about changing downtown historic district zoning to outlaw residential use of storefront properties in certain areas. The plan commission has not met since. David and Pam Miles had a stinkier complaint: Aurora sewers backing up into their home at 107 Dinah Drive. “For five years in a row, we've had a sewer backup in our house – seven times. … I'm looking for this to get fixed. … I don't know if anyone's had sewage come up in their house. It ain't fun,” she told council at the Monday, Oct. 21, meeting. Councilman Keven Gerke, who also works for Aurora Utilities, said the line was scheduled to be viewed via camera the previous Friday, but he'd been sick. He promised to work on the situation later that week. Miles said she has been given three different explanations for


Sharps don’t belong in recycling bins

“Use your brain, don’t pour it down the drain,” reads a past flyer from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management and Statewide Medical Services, referring to the proper disposal of unwanted household medications and sharps, also known as ‘needles.’ Well, I want to add, “Don’t put them in the recycling trailer either!” Last week, four containers of sharps were found in the recycling trailer located behind the St. Leon Firehouse. This week loose sharps were found alongside the Aurora recycling trailer. This haphazard disposal of sharps exposed the community to health and safety risks. It also endangered the workers who were forced to collect and

properly dispose of them. The state of Indiana has no laws addressing the proper disposal of home-generated sharps. The local drug take back program, D.U.M.P., accepts only pills, capsules, and liquids (No sharps!). This program is offered on the last Saturday of each month from noon – 4 p.m. at the Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center on High Street. This local take back program is sponsored by CASA. The Indiana State Police partnered with the US Drug Enforcement Agency on October 26th for the 7th drug take back event in three years. It, too, only accepted pills, capsules, and liquids (No sharps!). These are both great programs and I hope residents

are utilizing them rather than allowing unwanted medications to languish in home cabinets. Such medications are highly susceptible to misuse and abuse, which could result in accidental poisonings or overdoses. IDEM’s website includes a page on household needles or sharps that begins, “Each year, thousands of people across Indiana use needles, syringes, and lancets for home injections of medication.” Options for proper disposal of home-generated sharps are limited and easily misunderstood. Therefore, many sharps end up in the trash, posing a serious risk to sanitation workers. My goal is to raise awareness of the importance for

Rising Sun Foundation leaders stepping down At the Rising Sun Regional Foundation’s board meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 23, foundation President Marianne Wiggers, Ed Sullivan, Executive Director, and Jascia Redwine, Associate Director, all announced that they plan to retire from the foundation effective at the end of this year. In making this announcement, Wiggers, the sole serving founding foundation board member and elected president for its full 17 years, stated, “Speaking for all three of us, I think I can say that our association with RSRF has been a terrific experience for these many years, especially in light of what the foundation has been able to achieve as compared to what was envisioned in mid-1996 when it was created and incorporated by then Rising Sun Mayor Mark, Guard, Monte Denbo, consultant to the city for the Grand Victoria Casino project, and Neil Comer, legal counsel to the City of Rising Sun at the time.” Wiggers highlighted the following achievements by the foundation to date:

■Awarding ■ to date over $27 million in total grants, which have been instrumental in leveraging approximately $320 million in additional government, foundation, and personal contributions to over 1,300 grant projects in the region. ■Assisting ■ in creating through both multi-year grants and staff technical assistance, four new community foundations in Dearborn, Ohio, Ripley, and Switzerland counties that already have and will continue to comprise a major philanthropic resource in the region for many years to come. ■Granting ■ some $780,000 in personal $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors of all of the schools in the RSRF region. ■Providing ■ both professional consulting services and granting several millions of dollars for a very aggressive education technology program for all of the school corporations in the RSRF region. ■Awarding ■ grants and providing professional consulting services in the program areas of both economic and retirement community development in Rising Sun and Ohio County.

■And, ■ most recently, creating a unique economic development partnership with another local nonprofit organization, Rising Sun/Ohio County First, Inc., to which RSRF is providing an $8.2 million loan from its Reserve Funds to build and own a new 104-room hotel in Rising Sun that will be both opened next month and leased to the current casino owner, Full House Resorts, Inc., to increase the hotel room capacity by 50 percent of its Rising Star Casino. “We all are very pleased and proud of this foundation’s team record, and I am sure that even though the three of us will miss this active participation with the foundation in future years, we have individually concluded that it is time to move on for our own personal reasons. I have been privileged to represent the Ripley County towns of Holton, Milan, Napoleon, Osgood, and Versailles on the foundation’s board and plan to continue both my work and my membership on several other nonprofit organizations in Rip-

ley County for the foreseeable future. Ed, RSRF’s first and only Executive Director for 17 years, and Jascia, having served 15 years as Associate Director, have provided excellent staff administration and leadership to the foundation. They both are currently exploring a number of consulting opportunities in Indiana and in other states to continue their respective careers,” said Wiggers. The remaining members of the RSRF board will begin the administrative transitioning process of the foundation as well as plan for its future regional grants program for 2014 and beyond. In doing so, the board members will continue to inform their respective appointing authorities and citizens of Ohio and Ripley Counties and the City of Aurora, all areas that comprise the RSRF grantmaking region, of the foundation’s decisions and plans.

proper disposal and offer options for the safe disposal of home-generated sharps. Start with your healthcare provider but don’t be surprised if they are uncertain what to advise. Many medical

the backups, including the most recent involving a manhole. Her husband said this last time was the shortest period between sewer backups. “Apparently that's not where the whole problem is,” said Gerke. The city can rent a DVD recorder and will make a copy and show the Miles what the camera finds, he added.

“It comes into our kitchen, our living room and our master bedroom,” said Pam Miles. “I've been patient five years and I'm done.” Hastings referred the Miles to the utility board. The Aurora Utility Board meets at 5 p.m. the first Monday of each month in the Aurora City Building, Main and Third streets.

DEARBORN COUNTY PROPERTY TAXPAYERS The 2013 Fall Property Tax installment is due Tuesday, November 12th. The Fall statement was included with the billing that was mailed to property owners in March of this year. You may pay your property tax in one of the following ways: • In person at the Treasurer’s Office Monday – Friday from 8:30 – 4:30 with extended hours on November 12 until 6:00 p.m. • By mail postmarked by November 12 to Dearborn Co. Treasurer, 215-B W. High St., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025. Enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope if you would like your receipt returned. • After office hours by using our drop-box inside the front doors of the County Administration Building by November 12. Enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope if you would like your receipt returned. • By credit card by visiting our website at and selecting the “Pay” link on the left of the page. If you have any questions, please contact our office by calling 812-537-8811, FAX 812-532-3243 or email pweaver@ as soon as possible to allow time to resolve any issues there may be. You may also visit our website at to view your tax information.

See BINS, Page 4a

Thank you! Phillip D. Weaver, Dearborn County Treasurer

We want to know what PARENTS of 6th-12th GRADERS


SEL3CT (South Local Community Coalitions Collaborative Team) would like to know what you think. Dearborn County CASA (Citizens Against Substance Abuse) is a part of the new organization. We are trying to understand how parents who live in Southeastern Indiana feel about subatance abuse/misuse. If you haven’t received a link to the survey from your school please visit the following web page to access the survey. Once you go to the website, simply click on the link for the school district in which you live and take the brief survey. After you complete the survey, you will be asked to supply your name and contact information to be entered in the drawing. Your survey responses and name/contact information are separated so your responses are confidential. Thank You!

8 prizes are in the drawing:

• (4) Family Night Out packs with each consisting of 6 movie passes to a local theater and a $25 Subway Gift Card • (4) Subway $25 Gift Cards



1 - 8 8 8 - 2 74 - 6 7 9 7 H h o l l y w o o d i n d i a n a . c o m Must be 21. Gambling Problem? In Indiana call 1-800-9-WITH-IT.


COURTHOUSE NEWS Oct. 3-9, 2013 Circuit and Superior II Court The following have been granted dissolution of marriage: ■Caryl ■ Elizabeth and David Alan Derbyshire. ■Jacqueline ■ R. and Kevin Anderson. ■Ruthie ■ and Jeff Lobenstein. ■Michelle ■ and Todd Newton. Marriage License ■Casey ■ Michael Cannady and Karen Lynn Pope, 16659 North East Street, Moores Hill, Ind. ■Joshua ■ Adam Herbert 26351 Whites Hill Road, West Harrison, Ind., and Christina Marie Nobbe, 21111 Sunny Ridge Avenue, Lawrenceburg, Ind. ■William ■ Michael Norris and Gail Marie Lipps, 29570 Chappelow Hill Road, West Harrison, Ind. ■James ■ Lee Centers and Nicole Renee Campbell, 757 Greentree Road, Lawrenceburg, Ind. ■Joseph ■ Lee Morris and Suzy Lynn Davis, 5547 Jacobson Road, Aurora, Ind. ■Mark ■ John Schiffmeyer and Stacy Michelle Kirst, 16756 Rebecca Court, Moores Hill, Ind. ■Brandon ■ Tyler Roberts and Kalie Elizabeth Egbert, 13092 Probst Road,



Aurora, Ind. ■Brandon ■ Nicholas Herth and Brittany Lynn Cochran, 22017 State Route 1, Guilford, Ind. ■Phillip ■ Hornsby Jr., 23834 Jeb Drive, Lawrenceburg, Ind., and Marilynn Ann Haun, 123 Towne Commons Way, Woodlawn, Ohio. Dearborn County Recorder’s Office Oct. 10, 2013 ■David ■ R. Ziegler to Philip A. Pope and Lisa M. Pope lot in Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision. ■Robert ■ C. Lischkge to Milan Studio Apartments, LLC lot in City of Aurora Subdivision. ■Patricia ■ Trout and Eddie Sharp to Carl R. Andry and Linda L. Andry lot in Mountain Meadows Estates Subdivision. ■Zachary ■ T. Wagner, Trisha R. Parr Wagner and Hidden Valley Lake Property Owners Association, Inc. to Harrison Building and Loan Association lot in Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision. ■Lucille ■ E. Dittmer to Deborah McKinney and David Dittmer land in Center Township. ■Melody ■ Minger and Clara J. Stiles to

Melody Minger lot in LS Moore & John C. Moore Addition Subdivision. ■James ■ P. Wells to Brooks Koble and Mary Koble land in York Township. ■Lawrenceburg ■ Redevelopment Commission to Hubbard Property Management, LLC lot in Isaac Dunn Addition Subdivision. ■Fannie ■ Mae, Federal National Mortgage Association to Mary Jackson lot in Garden of Roses Subdivision. ■Federal ■ Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Nicholas Bolton and Erin Bolton lot in Rahe Heights Subdivision. ■Frontier ■ Development Corporation to Ronak Patel lot in Valley Woods Subdivision. ■Mary ■ E. Nishime and Kiyoshi Nishime to Benjamin T. Nishime land in Harrison Township. ■Richard ■ D. Giltner and Patricia M. Giltner to William R. Reatherford lot in Happy Hollow Estates Subdivision. ■Fischer ■ Attached Homes II, LLC to Mary E. Moore Trust Trustee lot in Riviera Condo Subdivision. ■Mark ■ A. Manford and Tamara Manford to Brandon N. James and Christine M. James land in Sparta Township. ■US ■ Bank, NA Trustee to Brian Rum-


mel and Diane Rummel lot in Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision. ■Dennis ■ L. Lambert and Doris G. Lambert to Bobby G. Lewis land in City of Lawrenceburg. ■Federal ■ National Mortgage Association, Fannie Mae to Steven C. Siereveld and Denice Siereveld lot in Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision. ■Federal ■ Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Daniele Wiedeman and Michael Schum lot in Brightridge Estates Subdivision. ■Janice ■ Burd Trustee and Mary R. Billingsley Trust to David Billingsley lot in Bellaire Village Subdivision. ■Mark ■ Wiegman and Mary Beth Wiegman to Mary Beth Wiegman Trust Trustee land in Manchester Township. ■Jeffery ■ G. Craig and Kelly Craig to Jeffery G. Craig land in Miller Township. ■Thomas ■ J. McCann and Marcella A. McCann to Audra Steele and Adam Steele land in Kelso Township. ■Dustin ■ Thomas to Timothy G. Eckerle land in Manchester Township. ■John ■ B. Middendorf Jr. to Billy Lunsford and Billy Lunsford and Martha Ann Lunsford land in Jackson Township.

From Page 3a

experts are unsure. While there is no law prohibiting home-generated sharps from going into a landfill, the risk is in the handling of that waste. Workers and the public are at risk of needlestick injuries and possibly life-threatening or life-altering infections. Options in Dearborn County are limited. DeVille Pharmacy in Dillsboro offers sharps containers. It is not necessary to have your prescriptions filled at DeVille to purchase a sharps container from them. Cost of the container varies according to size and includes disposal costs. Filled containers must be returned to the DeVille Pharmacy in Dillsboro. CVS Pharmacies offer a mail-back program. Containers are available for purchase and the cost does include shipping and dis-

posal. Anyone may purchase sharps containers; it is not necessary to have your prescriptions filled by their pharmacy. You may find the sharps container located with the diabetes supplies or you may need to ask at the pharmacy, though a prescription is not required. When the container is full, it is then mailed with the label provided. While these options may not be the most convenient for users, they are the safest methods available to Dearborn County residents for the proper disposal of home-generated needles or sharps. Please take the time to dispose of your homegenerated sharps properly and do not put them in your trash or leave them at the recycling trailer locations where they pose a threat to the community. Barbara J. Ault is director of the Dearborn County Solid Waste Management District.

PUBLIC RECORD The following arrests list was obtained from the county sheriff. It contains arrests made by police agencies in the county. ■Kathleen ■ Huff, 51, of 13018 Elmtree Road, Laurel, was arrested at 6:18 a.m. Friday, Oct. 11, for failure to appear in court. ■Ryan ■ Leon Emery, 23, of 9920 Ind. 262, Dillsboro, was arrested at 9:43 a.m. Friday, Oct. 11, for domestic battery, domestic battery with a child present and interference with reporting a crime. ■Bobby ■ Paul Collier II, 47, of 13894 Chesterville Road, Moores Hill, was arrested at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 11, for nonsupport of dependent child. ■Justin ■ Campbell, 29, of 724 N. 16th, Richmond, Ind., was arrested at 3:18 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, for probation violation. ■Peter ■ Frederick Young, 28, of 1557 Pasadena Ave., Cincinnati, was arrested at 3:35 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, for burglary of dwelling and theft and attempted theft. ■Shae ■ Dean Chitwood, 25, of 4946 Glenway Ave., Cincinnati, was arrested at 3:38 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, for probation violation. ■Karen ■ Michelle Maples, 37, of 312 Maple St., Aurora, was arrested at 3:42 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, for dealing in counterfeit substance and failure to appear in court. ■Roger ■ A. Conry, 48, of 398 Clark Road, Tunnel Hill, Ga., was arrested at 4:57 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, for possession of a paraphernalia. ■Karley ■ Nicole Schinner, 18, of 10522 West Road, Harrison, was arrested at 5:12 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, for minor in tavern. ■Kamry ■ Ann Tompkins, 19, of 429 Cavilcade, Harrison, was arrested at 6:51 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated chemical test refusal. ■Teddy ■ Arcel Parker, 52, of 14497 Main St., Moores Hill, was arrested at 9:21 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, for probation violation. ■Mikel ■ Thomas Kinnard, 19, of 614 Western St., Batesville, was arrested at 12:09 a.m. Saturday, Oct, 12, for failure to appear in court. ■Matthew ■ Wayne Land, 39, of 19559 Anderson Road, Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 5:09 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated,operating a motor vehicle while inoxicated with a prior. ■Caleb ■ Anthony Howard, 20, of 22111 Jackson Ridge Road, Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 7:22 a.m. Saturday, Oct, 12, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. ■Thomas ■ Merrell Lyons, 63, of 4083 Crest Manor Drive, Hamilton, Ohio, was arrested at 8:24 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, for theft and attempted theft. ■Bobbie ■ Jean Cizek, 28, of 13760 Works Road, Bennington, Ind., was arrested at 10:24 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, for theft and attempted theft. ■Ricky ■ McMurray, 48, of 212 Pattison St., Aurora, was arrested at 3:53 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 13, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated chemical test refusal. ■Amanda ■ Lea Rohrer, 20, of 16286 Ind. 148, Aurora, was arrested at 4:12 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 13, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and alcohol- minor transporting possessing and/or consuming. ■Vanessa ■ Ramsey, 58, of 4506 North Dearborn Road, Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 10:53 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident. ■James ■ Eugene Barker, 37, of 1092 St. Moritz Court, Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 3:45 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14, for possession of a controlled substance. ■Kevan ■ Leo Schnebelt, 27, of 111 Nelson Drive, Lawrenceburg, was ar-

rested at 6:20 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14, for Dekard St., Greendale, was arrested at Lauman Road, Moores Hill, was arrest- and operating a motor vehicle while dential entry and public intoxication. probation violation. 11:23 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, for at- ed at 10:20 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, for intoxicated- endangering a person. ■Jason ■ Lee Willoughby, 39, of 15458 ■David ■ Jerald Widener, 34, of 206 tempted theft, attempted carjacking, operating a motor vehicle while intoxi- ■Brandon ■ Keith Harrell, 25, of 349 Chatham Road, Moores Hill, was arSecond St., Lawrenceburg, was arrested criminal confinement and habitual of- cated. Elm St., Lawrenceburg, was arrested at rested at 11:50 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21, at 9:07 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14, for failure fender. ■Brandi ■ L. Collins, 31, of 89 Pine St., 10:47 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21, for resi- for battery. to appear in court. ■Erica ■ R. Robertson, 26, of 3754 Pla- South Paris, Maine, was arrested at 1:53 ■Michael ■ Todd Snider, 51, of 308 teau Drive, Hamilton, Ohio, was arrest- p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, for public intoxiSpringdale Road, Aurora, was arrested ed at 4 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, for disor- cation, disorderly conduct and interferat 10:37 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14, for oper- derly conduct. ence with reporting a crime. ating a motor vehicle while intoxicated ■Sherri ■ R. Althoff, 40, of 1256 Winding ■Scott ■ Leigh Clough, 39, of 3306 State and operating a motor vehicle while Oak Drive, Baltimore, Ohio, was arrest- Line Road, North Bend ,was arrested at intoxicated- endangering a person. ed at 4:18 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, for 3:36 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, for operating ■Salena ■ M. Sebastian, 18, of 5625 disorderly conduct. a motor vehicle while intoxicated, operOutter Drive, Aurora, was arrested at ■Brittany ■ Nichole Wallace, 23, of ating a motor vehicle while intoxicated 924 NOWLIN AVE. • GREENDALE 11:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14, for posses- 14567 Woods St., Aurora, was arrested chemical test refusal and operating a Fri. & Sat. November 1 & 2 • 8am - 2pm sion of marijuana under 30 grams and at 4:28 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, for theft motor vehicle while intoxicated with a Tools, Air Compressor, Household Items, Freezer possession of paraphernalia. and attempted theft. prior. CASH ONLY • RAIN OR SHINE ■Sarah ■ May Shepard, 27, of 1176 ■Gary ■ Wayne Carr, 52, of 14633 Ind. ■Brandy ■ Nicole Lozier, 28, of 9985 Johnson Fork Road, West Harrison, was 350, Moores Hill, was arrested at 5;13 Cole Lane, Aurora, was arrested at 3:51 arrested at 1:16 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, for probation vi- p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, for theft and atfor theft and attempted theft. olation. tempted theft. ■William ■ Joseph Littrell, 37, of 5462 ■Jennifer ■ Ann Lyons, 31, of 11600 ■Shawn ■ Michael Campbell, 34, of W. U.S. 50, Holton, was arrested at 3:09 North Hogan Road, Aurora, was arrest- 180 Sam White Road, Summer Shade, p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, for forgery and ed at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, for theft, Ky., was arrested at 4:07 p.m. Monday, The following items will be offered for sale at Public Auction. Located at obstruction of justice. attempted theft and battery (no inju- Oct. 21, for defrauding financial insti- the Ohio County Courthouse, 413 Main St., Rising Sun, IN. Watch for auction signs at 4 way stop at High St. and Main St. ■Douglas ■ Ray Teeters, 46, of 865 Mar- ry). tutions, forgery, theft and attempted ket St., Aberdeen, Ohio, was arrested at ■Corey ■ Andrew Brown, 24, o 2224 W. theft. 3:35 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, for proba- Kemper Road,Cincinnati, was arrested ■Bryan ■ Wade Fields, 21, of 16448 tion violation. at 10:09 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, for inva- Jeanie Drive, Aurora, was arrested at ■Angela ■ Michelle Littrell, 28, of 1068 sion of privacy. 8:26 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21, for operatN. Old Michigan Road, Holton, was ar- ■Christopher ■ C. Weston, 47, of 12447 ing a motor vehicle while intoxicated Sheriff Dept. Vehicles: Two (2) 2008 Ford Crown Victoria’s; rested at 4:21 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, for 2006 Dodge Durango 4WD SUV; 2005 Ford Explorer 4WD SUV. forgery, perjury and obstruction of justice. County Hwy: Dump truck bed w/hoist; truck tool bow. ■Steven ■ Michael Venegas, 31, of Terms: Cash or Checks w/ I.D. Bid # with I.D. 12328 U.S. 50, Seymour, was arrested at OWNER: Ohio County Commissioners 6:22 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, for failure to I-74 St. Leon Exit, 3 miles south on SR 1 Auctioneer: Denny Brown • AU01032230 • 812-438-4624 appear in court. Not Responsible For Accidents. Go to #22149 for pictures ■Gregory ■ Charles Smith, 32, of 322 Weathervane Lane, Harrison, was arrested at 7:42 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, for * nonsupport of a dependent. *Please note: Chicken Dinner is Sunday ONLY. ■John ■ Thomas Freeman, 35, of 10879 Offered by Cornerstone Realty, Inc. / Lutz Auction Service LLC Marvin Road, Harrison, was arrested at 2373 Sneakville Rd. Bright, IN 47025 8:06 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, for probaSaturday tion violation. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13, 2013 - 5:30 P.M. Craft Show 9am-4pm ■Danny ■ James Leek, 28, of 9328 Call to arrange a showing. Sandwich Lunch 10:30am-2pm Cham’s Lane, Aurora, was arrested at 3 bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home on .471 acre with all city utilities. Beautiful Sunday shaded lot with detached garage and blacktop driveway. 8:45 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, for proba$50,000.00 opening bid. Craft Show 11am-5pm tion violation. TERMS: The successful bidder(s) will give a $5,000.00 Chicken Dinner 11am - 5pm ■Michael ■ W. Croxson, 38, of 210 Bluenon-refundable down payment made payable to seller, 12 Room Schoolhouse filled with CRAFTS…wood, sign a real estate sales contract and close the sale on grass Ave., Newport, Ky., was arrested or before 30 days after the auction. There are no confabric, floral, jewelry, candles, plus home baked goods. at 2:35 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, for tingencies, have financing and inspections complete WONDERFUL RAFFLE! probation violation. before the auction. Possession is day of final closing. The Estate of Rosella Kinkead - Owner ■Ernest ■ Gene Baker Jr., 37, of 756 Dale and Randy Lutz - Auctioneer Smith Road, Lawrenceburg, was arrest513-266-1859 / 513-266-1860 AU01030327 / AU10100126 ed at 2:39 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, for Log onto for more information and pictures probation violation. Announcements made day of auction take precedents over printed material. PUBLIC AUCTION ■Rodrick ■ Montrail Gaines, 31, of 224 PUBLIC AUCTION Highview Drive, Lawrenceburg, was arAt At Lutz Center Lutz Auction CenterCenter AtAuction Lutz Auction rested at 3:06 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, for strangulation and domestic battery. Take to St. Leon-Lawrenceburg exit, thensouth southon on SR SR 11 for to to Dover, IN. IN. Take I-74 to I-74 St. Leon-Lawrenceburg exit, then for33miles miles Dover, EastDearborn on N. Dearborn Rd1.4 for miles 1.4 miles to AuctionLn. Ln. From From Lawrenceburg, take SR SR 1 1 ■Andrew ■ Ryan Stout, 25, of 1336 East Tish- on N. Rd for to Auction Lawrenceburg, take to Dover, right on N. Dearborn Rd to Auction Ln. North Dover, right on N. Dearborn Rd to Auction Ln. man Lane, Indianapolis, was arrested at toNorth 3:46 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, for proSaturday November 9, 2013 at 9 a.m. bation violation. Saturday November at 9 a.m. Doors open9, at 82013 a.m. ■Charlotte ■ F. McRoberts, 31, of 334 N. 2006 Ford Explorer Limited, loaded; 1/2’ xat 7’ 8 single Doors5open a.m.axle trailer; Antiques & collectables; selection of antique furniture & collectables including glassware Elm St., Lawrenceburg, was arrested at Ford 2006 Explorergreat Limited, loaded; 5 1/2’ x 7’ single axle trailer; Antiques & & dolls; exceptional Ethan Allen dining room suite; kitchen appliances. great selection of antique furniture & collectables including glassware & 5:38 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, forcollectables; pro- Lee Middleton Lee Middleton dolls; exceptional Ethan Allen dining room suite; kitchen appliances. On SR#1 1 Mile South of 1-74 at St. Leon Exit bation violation. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is not a complete listing. Check for From Harrison, Ohio, take I-74 West 8 miles to Exit #164 (St. Leon), details, pictures, and late additions. ■Christian ■ Carlos Castro, 18, of 6168 NOTE: This is not a complete listing. Check for then South 1 mile, From Greensburg, take I-74 East 31 miles to Exit RT34, Oswego, Ill., was arrested atAUCTIONEERS 7:44 details, pictures, and late additions.Various Consignors – Owners #164 (St. Leon), then South 1 mile to sale location Property is located p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, for possession adjacent to the new East Central Middle School. Dale & Randy Lutz – Auctioneers AU01030327, AU10100126, AH29900027 of marijuana over 30 grams and dealing Various Consignors – Owners 513-266-1859 / 513-266-1860 in marijuana with intent to deliver. Tuesday, November 26 - 2013 5:00 TERMS: Cash or check with ID. No Buyers Premium. ■Randy ■ Wayne Vernatter, 41, of 61 Dale & Randy Lutz – Auctioneers AU01030327, AU10100126, AH29900027



PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013 11:00 A.M. E.S.T.

St. John the Baptist

23rd Annual Craft Show & Chicken Dinner

November 2nd & 3rd



Public Auction

56.572 Acre Farm

513-266-1859 / 513-266-1860 TERMS: Cash or check with ID. No Buyers Premium.


SATURDAY, November 23, 2013 11AM

Auction site at property: 20393 Meercham Way Lawrenceburg , IN 47025 HIDDEN VALLY LAKE 4BR, 2.5 BA LAKEFRONT HOME

    



WOOLUM REAL ESTATE & AUCTION 812.689.3333 Steve Woolum– auctioneer AU-19800113



One Tract: 56.572 Acres within the I-74 R/W)


(14.983 Acres

Property is Zoned H-I. Property is in the Sunman-Dearborn School District (East Central), on Cinergy Electric, and St Leon Wastewater Sewage, Dover Water, & Cinergy Natural Gas. Call the Auctioneers at 765-265-3883, 765647-5360, or 765-458-6202 or Cell#765-993-0855 for Details.

Property Inspection With Prior Approval of Auctioneers

TERMS & CONDITIONS: At least 10% of the purchase price shall be paid on the day of sale and the balance within 30 days when deed will be furnished. Seller will pay the Real Estate Taxes due in the Fall of 2013; The Buyer will assume the Taxes due in the Spring of 2014 and all taxes thereafter. Possession to be given at closing, upon final payment. Property sold subject to Owners confirmation. This property is in and excellent location and has municipal Sewage, Water and Natural Gas. DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. BE THERE!!!!

Dearborn County Indiana LLC – OWNERS




Paul Alexander “Alex” Myers, age 20, passed away peacefully Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013, in Cincinnati, Ohio. He born March 20, 1993, in Lawrenceburg, Ind. A l e x g r a d u ated from LawrencePaul Myers burg High School in 2011. Alex was the beloved son to his mother Cathy Van Horn and her partner Laurie Lack-Stober, and father and stepmother Paul Myers and Sharon Frizzell-Myers; beloved brother to Nathan and David Myers; brother-in-law to Kelly Palmer and stepbrother to Aaron, Hannah,

Abby and Sari Frizell. Alex loved movies, theater, music, TV and most of all people. His ready smile and genuine kindness attracted people of all races, ages, socioeconomic backgrounds and abilities. He never met a stranger and everyone was a potential new friend. His gift in life was to brighten the world of all who knew him. A memorial service will be held at Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church, 103 William Howard Taft Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013. An open house will follow from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the home of Paul and Sharon Myers, 19954 Longview Drive, Lawrenceburg, Ind. (Hidden Valley Lake). The family encourages everyone to dress comfortably

including bright colors in honor of the colorful person Alex was. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Melodic Connections of Cincinnati which serves the disabled community in making music. The donation may be tagged as “Alex Fund “ at http://melodicconnections. org/donate/.


WHITE, ELVIN “BUD”- 91, Milan, died Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013/ Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home, Milan, is in charge of arrangements. RYKER, LAWRENCE F.- 93, Greenwood, Ind., formally of Milan, died Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home, Milan, is in charge of arrangements.

Ind. 48 bridge overlay will take place in summer The Indiana Department of Transportation will place an epoxy overlay on a bridge deck at the Ind. 48 structure that spans Ripley Creek next summer. This preventative maintenance and bridge-refurbishing operation will close the east-west highway for several months at the bridge site—located three miles west of Ind. 101 in Franklin Township, Ripley County. INDOT officials went over plans and procedures with the state’s contractor, R.A. Myers Construction of Muncie, at a preconstruction meeting this morning at the Seymour District facility. The $265,825 district bridge project calls for concrete patching, application of a multi-layer polymeric

deck overlay, replacement of bridge rails with new concrete walls and various work at the approaches. The epoxy overlay is designed to seal the bridge deck from moisture intrusion before deterioration occurs—extending service life and reducing maintenance costs. Flint chips in the surface seal will provide a long-lasting friction course—improving stop-

ping capabilities and maneuverability for the motoring public. Myers Construction plans to start work at the Ind. 48 bridge in early June. The state’s contract calls for the highway to be reopened by Aug. 1. An official detour will route traffic along Ind. 101, 350 and 129. Local access will be maintained on either side of the bridge.


Give the gift of literacy In March of 2008, 86 Dearborn County children began receiving a delightful gift in the mail – a brand new book selected just for them. Each month since then, more and more children rip off the cellophane and begin reading with their parent, grandparent or caregiver. The numbers have grown steadily, and today over 700 children are enrolled in a wonderful program called the Imagination Library. The Imagination Library is Dolly Parton’s dream to give the love of reading to all children, regardless of their economic situation. Knowing how much reading meant to her as a child in the hills of east Tennessee, she wanted give others that same opportunity to “dream more, do more, be more!” She began in 1995 by delivering books to children in her home county in Tennessee, and today more than 50,000,000 have been delivered each month to children in the US, the UK and Australia. The Dollywood Foundation has established a relationship with Penguin books, and a team of experts choose age appropriate book to deliver directly to children each month from birth to age

five. The first book is always The Little Engine that Could, and the final book is Kindergarten Here I Come! Communities partner with the Dollywood Foundation and maintain a database of registered children and financially support the program. Because of this awesome program, it costs the communities less than $3 a month to deliver a brand new book directly to a child’s home! Since the Hoosier Hills Literacy League launched the Dearborn County Imagination Library in 2008, almost 50,000 books have been delivered, and children and families have shared countless stories. Because of funding issues, the number of children has been capped at 700, and there is a waiting list. It doesn’t take much – just $40 – and you can sponsor a child’s book delivery for an entire year. You might consider giving the gift of literacy to a child or grandchild in your life. Why not sponsor a child in honor of a beloved teacher or caregiver? For more information go to or call the literacy administrator, Laura Priebe, at 1-812-5818516.


Novena to St. Jude May the sacred heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and preserved through out the world, now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us. St. Jude, worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude, helper of the hopeless, pray for us. “Say this prayer 9 times a day, by the 8th day your prayer will be answered. It has never been known to fail. Publication of this prayer must be promised. Thank You Sacred Heart and St. Jude. Thank You St. Teresa. J.D.




ADVERTISING How do I target my advertising to reach a specific audience? We often provide special sections that publish throughout the year with a variety of topics. For instance, if you want to reach senior citizens with your business, you may be interested in advertising in our monthly Over Fifty publication. If you are a roofer or plumber, you may be interested in our Service Directory, or our Fall or Spring Home Improvement sections. Call to speak with your local sales representative, or for more information about placing a business ad.

126 W. High St. P.O.Box 4128, Lawrenceburg, IN (812) 537-0063 Fax (812) 537-5576 • www,the •


What is comparative negligence? To understand comparative negligence, it helps to look at the previous Ohio law, known as “contributory negligence.” Under the old law, if you were negligent in an automobile accident and were injured, you couldn't recover your loss. This was true even when your negligence was minor in comparison to the Roger Ford other driver. For example, if you were seriously injured and the other driver was 80% negligent, you would not be compensated for medical costs, auto repairs, etc., since you were 20% at fault. Comparative negligence provides for you and the other driver to share the cost of damages from an accident in proportion to your share of negligence. You can recover your damages, minus the percent caused by your own negligence if it's judged to be 50% or less. If you're more than 50% negligent, you may not recover any losses from the other driver.

Call us your 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

CHIROPRACTIC/ACUPUNCTURE Dr. Stricker, what are the most common reasons people present to your office for acupuncture?

Traditionally in China acupuncture is a form of primary care for any general health symptoms. Here in my practice I perform acupuncture for a lot Raymond Stricker of muscular skeletal conditions such work injuries, D.C. FIAMA, Dipl. AC LLC car accidents, and arthritis. These symptoms may be for people with chronic disc injuries and whiplash, as well as just general aches and pains. Acupuncture is very helpful in decreasing the pain and helping people get off some of their medication. It has been helpful even if the patient has had physical therapy, chiropractic care, surgery, and other treatments which have failed. I use acupuncture to treat allergies, emphysema, Parkinson's, and even patients after they have had a stroke. I also find it to be very successful in helping patients to quit smoking. Acupuncture is a cost effective treatment for countless health conditions. If you have any questions regarding acupuncture please feel free to contact our office.


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

(513) 367-5799



What individual tax changes will I see with the Affordable Care Act?

The Affordable Care Act, also described as Obamacare, creates an individual mandate which requires you to have minimum essential health insurance coverage or be subject to a penalty that will be reported on your tax return. This mandate goes into effect on January 1, 2014. The deductible threshold for medical expenses on Schedule A will increase from 7.5% to Darren Bowman, CPA 10% of adjusted gross income. Flexible spending account contributions will be limited to $ 2,500 per year. An additional Medicare tax of .9% will be assessed on those earning over $ 200,000 for single filers, and over $ 250,000 for married filing jointly. A 3.8% Medicare tax will be assessed on net investment income, such as interest, dividends, annuities, royalties, and rent, for those earning over $ 200,000 for single filers, and over $ 250,000 for married filing jointly. A Premium Assistance Tax Credit will be available for low income taxpayers who have to obtain insurance through an Affordable Insurance Exchange. If you have any questions concerning the specifics of the tax changes associated with the new health care law, please give us a call.

Harrison Tax Advisors 513-367-5566

10403 Harrison Ave.

Harrison, OH 45030

Can a surviving spouse choose to treat her deceased spouse's IRA as an inherited IRA and subsequently roll over the entire IRA into her own account assuming it at a later time? Yes. When a spouse dies leaving his IRA to his surviving spouse, the spouse has a few ways to treat the IRA.

One option is to treat it as an inherited IRA. In doing so, the surviving spouse can withdraw funds from the IRA at any point without subjecting herself to the 10% early withdrawal penalty, regardless of her age. She must take RMDs based on her lifetime. However, such distributions are not required until her deceased spouse would have reached age 70½.

Roger Ford

A surviving spouse also has the option to assume the IRA, whereby she rolls the entire IRA into her own account. This option is only available to the surviving spouse of the deceased IRA owner. Assuming the IRA would allow her to wait until she, herself, is 70½ years old before taking RMDs. However, any withdrawals before she reaches age 59½ could be subject to the 10% additional tax.

There's nothing in the code or regulations that sets a deadline for spousal assumption after a spouse inherits an IRA. Even if the surviving spouse decides to withdraw an amount from the inherited IRA, she could subsequently roll over the remaining balance into her own IRA. Additionally, she could decide to roll over only a portion of the inherited IRA and leave the rest in her spouse's IRA. The rules are quite flexible for surviving spouses. No part of this communication should be construed as an offer to buy or 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.


(513) 367-1113 Harrison, Ohio

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.



Dearborn County register

theREGISTER Erika Schmidt Russell, Editor

Gene McCann and Dale McCann, Publishers Emeritus CONTACT REGISTER PUBLICATIONS: 126 W. High St. / Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 / P.O. Box 4128 / (812) 537-0063 / USPS 150-580

Political obstacles make for an unhealthy Indiana BLOOMINGTON - As pense of making wise policy the focus turns from the decisions that can impact manufactured shutdown/ this crisis. default crisis in Congress I’ll give you a prime to the disastrous rollout of example, and that is Gov. Obamacare, there is one Pence’s decision to have Inthing Hoosiers should focus diana opt into the federal on. Indiana is not a healthy health exchange, as opposed state. to creating one of our own. Indiana ranked 41st in It was an interesting choice, total health, accordgiven Pence (and ing to American’s many other RepubHealth Rankings. It licans) who view was ranked 37th in the federal govern2011. In 2000, Inment as inefficient diana’s obesity rate at just about everywas 19.9 percent thing it touches. ranking 42nd in the Kentucky opted U.S. In 2012 it was for its own state30.1 percent. Our run exchange, one smoking rate has BRIAN of 17 states to do gone down from HOWEY so. The Lexington 27 percent in 2000, Herald-Leader reto 21.2 percent last ported this week year or 1.5 million smokers, that Kentucky’s state-run but that is still high enough implementation of health to rank us 44th. In 2001, our care reform - Kynect - has diabetes rate was 6 percent. enrolled 15,000, while Now it 9.8 percent ranking 272,339 people had visited Indiana 33rd. We rank 38th the site. Kentucky had an in cardiac heart disease. In- uninsured population of diana is 49th in air pollution 640,000. at 13.1 micrograms of fine Like Indiana, Kentucky particles per cubic meter. is a so-called “red state” In the past decade, the with a voracious opposition percentage of children in to Obamacare. Gov. Steve poverty more than doubled Beshear - a Democrat - has from 10.8 percent to 23.6 taken a lot of arrows over percent of persons under the exchange. “It’s amazing age 18. Some 13.5 percent to me that the folks who are of our households are “food challenging that are folks insecure” according to the that usually think we don’t U.S. Department of Agri- want the federal government culture. In the past year, the in here,” he told WHAS-TV. number of infectious dis- “We would rather handle ease cases rose from 7.8 our own affairs.” to 11.7 cases per 100,000 Sen. Donnelly, who has population. won a Congressional district I’ve reported this before, and U.S. Senate race since bu once again, 2.7 million he voted for the Affordable Htoosiers (out of a 6.5 mil- Care Act in 2010, told me, lion population) walked into “We have over 900,000 unan hospital emergency room insured Hoosiers. We have last year and consumers ul- between 300,000 and some timately pick up those costs. say closer to 400,000 who Thirty Indiana counties are in that gap that Indihave no obstretics services. ana has no plan for at all Because of this lack of pre- right now. This is not meant and post-natal care, Indi- disrespectfully, but governana’s infant mortality rate is ment officials here have a stunning 7.7 per 1,000 ba- said, ‘Well, they can go to bies, a full percentage above the emergency room.’ Well, the national average. From that’s not much of a health 2006 to 2010 according to program.” the Indiana Department of Donnelly also believes Health, 4,115 Hoosiers died that Hoosiers are not being by suicide. well-served when Indiana Indiana State Police opted not to run it’s own busted a record 1,726 meth health exchange. Pew Relabs in 2012, up from 1,437 search reported that in the in 2011. And we have a 27 states with federally-run prescription drug over- programs - including Indidose “epidemic” according ana - 59 percent are aware to Attorney General Greg of the exchange, compared Zoeller. to 72 percent in states with So this resistance to their own exchanges. “Obamacare” is baffling in “We always talk about a public health sense. Po- Hoosier common sense and litically, it has drawn the Hoosier hard work, and most vociferous opposition Hoosier exceptionalism,” since the Vietnam War. But Donnelly said. “If Indiana from a policy standpoint, folks had designed their at least it is trying to ad- own exchange I personally dress an overall situation think the Indiana exchange that should induce a “crisis” would have been the best in atmosphere from our public the country. I wish we had servants. had that chance.” Unfortunately, many of At a time when our govour “public servants” from ernor should be having an Gov. Mike Pence, to the established dialogue with Congressional delegation, Hoosiers over the health to the Indiana General As- crisis he rules over, there sembly are more concerned is silence, and an emphasis about low taxes and the on business. “For Indiana, business climate. our fiscal integrity is the State Rep. Ed Clere, foundation of our prosperthe New Albany Republi- ity,” Gov. Pence told me can who heads the House last summer when I brought Public Health Committee, up the health challenges we was quoted in the Ander- face. son Herald-Bulletin during Really, governor? Rean health town hall meeting ally? this past week as saying, “It’s my party that needs to be convinced, to put it bluntly,” on extending Med- Brian Howey is a third generaicaid coverage to an esti- tion Indiana journalist who has mated 300,000 to 400,000 emerged as one of the MidHoosiers who will lack cov- west's leading political anaerage. lysts. His weekly Politicking The political obstacle is column reaches more than a hatred and loathing for 250,000 readers via more than 25 President Obama. But it is coming at the ex- newspapers.

About Brian Howey



You’ve just stepped into the retirement zone You are about to enter another home or office computer. dimension. A dimension not only of Amazing but true: you can do so work and earnings, but of pension much online, including getting an esand leisure. A journey into a won- timate of future benefits, testing out drous land of imagination. You un- different retirement scenarios, comlock this door with Social Security’s pleting and submitting your retireRetirement Estimator and ment application online, online benefit application. BARBARA and much more! Next stop … the retirement Picture a man. A CRECELIUS man zone. sitting at his home That’s not exactly stickcomputer. He isn’t sure ing to the original script, but some whether he should apply now, wait television viewers may be hearing until he reaches full retirement age, the voice of Rod Serling ringing in or work a little longer and begin retheir heads right now. ceiving benefits at age 70. The Twilight Zone television proHe’s about to find out … with a gram first aired in 1959 and ran for visit to the Retirement Estimator. five seasons - and continues to live The Estimator uses his past earnings on in reruns. The series took view- and allows him to enter variable fuers through amazing journeys with ture earnings and retirement dates to each episode featuring characters complete the picture of a retirement who faced unusual or extraordinary he’d like to live. circumstances. Imagine a woman. A woman with If you’re nearing retirement now, a laptop enjoying a hot cup of java it may seem an extraordinary cir- at her favorite coffee house. She’s cumstance that these days you really done with planning and has decided can do it all from the comfort of your it’s time to take the plunge and re-

tire. Before going to a local Social Security office as her parents and older siblings did, she visits www. and discovers she can complete the entire application online and submit it in about 15 minutes. As in most cases, there are no papers to sign and no documents to provide. She ventures from www. to an audio book and closes her eyes to begin enjoying her retirement. Back when The Twilight Zone first hit television screens, the idea of testing out retirement scenarios or even completing and submitting a retirement application online would have been science fiction fodder fit for an episode of the program. Today, it is reality. Try it out for yourself. Visit www. and take a visit into … the retirement zone. Barbara Crecelius is Social Security District Manager in Madison.


Rumor has it ... well, you know ... no surprise Hudson’s Corners is not a big from behind the little swinging doors place, so by the time the rumor got where he made up the pills and to me I Figured it must already have bottles and said, “Do you need the been halfway over the whole town Heimlich?” and Bernice burped a and when Tooly brought the mail and couple of times. Freestone blinked, I said, “Have you ...” and he staggered, and went back looked down into his bag C.G. through the swinging doors. and said, “Yep,” I knew the “If you ask me, you could SCAVOLA have expected it,” said Lewhole town had got it. I put on my tie and walked onora Justice. Everyone was to the drugstore and kind of casu- quiet, because nobody ever asked ally pushed through the door. Every Leonora. eye in the place turned on me and I “I heard there is peddler involved, smiled and went to the fountain and too,” said Arlington Francis. He ordered a banana split. Fred brought wasn’t doing anything in particular it and set it down and said, “Well.” in the drugstore, just standing there “Yes,” I said, “that about sums the with his hands in his pockets. whole of it,” because it did. Then It took everyone a while to digest again, it didn’t. If Rumstedt was the peddler, for peddlers had a cergoing to do what the rumor said ... tain reputation in Hudson’s Corners Just then Bryce Evans took his ever since a fellow peddling spools cigar out of his mouth, tapped an of colored thread ran off with the ash into the puddle of chocolate ice Rev. Eustempius’s maiden aunt. The cream that was left from his soda, aunt returned home six weeks later and said, “It just don’t make any and joined a convent, even though sense.” the Eustempiuses had been PresbyIt didn’t in truth. If Rumstedt had terians for as long as anyone could wanted ... remember. “But we may not know the whole “You don’t suppose Hilda Rumstof it,” piped Ethel Jones from the lin- edt is going to join ...” gerie counter where she was sizing Bernie Thomas had started to say some bloomers for her mother. The it but then stopped and clamped his bloomers half hid Ethel, her mother jaw shut and shook his head. The being in sore need of a diet, and Thomases were Methodists. when Ethel said it she peered from “Well the whole thing is scandalbehind the bloomers. It would have ous,” said Ethel through a pair of been comic except ... yellow bloomers that looked like “What whole is there to know?” they could cover the infield at the said Bernice Littlebocker, who was Boone Johnson Memorial Baseball trying out some perfume she hoped Field during a rain delay. “Scandalwould hide the bourbon she sipped ous,” she said again, flapping the all day. She had to keep changing bloomers. perfume because Herbert would get “But what if ...” Geraldine Elliot used to the scent of the week and started to say. notice the bourbon when he came We all waited but that was as home from work. She was spraying much as we got so Bernice sprayed “Eau de Jungle Madness” when she something called “Passionate Nights opened her mouth to talk and inhaled in Hoboken” into the air and said, some of the madness and began a “Someone just needs to foot it out coughing fit. there to Escalide Avenue and ask Freestone, the druggist, came out Rumstedt if it is true, because if it

is ...” She let the thought hang in the air with the passion of Hoboken and the bloomers and the rest of us gnawed on the idea for a time and I finally ate the cherry off my banana split and said, “What would it do to the tax rate?” You could have heard a pin drop. See, no one had thought about that, so I took a big hunk out of one split of my banana, getting some chocolate ice cream with it, and brought it to my mouth and just let it hang there for effect while I watched everyone else’s wheels move and click. “Holy Toledo,” said Bryce, dropping his half-smoked cigar into his soda glass. Freestone came out through the swinging doors, handed Bryce another two-bit cigar, and said, “If anyone needs a tonic, it is half price for the rest of the afternoon.” Horace Craft stumbled through the front door and said, “Make it a double.” “Not you,” said Freestone, “even if it is time for you to get sent upstate for the winter.” Bernice gave herself a shot of Hoboken and said, “I believe my nerves do need help.” Pretty soon we were all lined up at the drug counter and Freestone was jotting half-priced tonics in his book of charge accounts then just as I finished licking the boat that held my banana split the front door opened and Rumstedt walked in. I tell you, even if the place had been carpeted you could have heard a pin drop. Rumstedt looked at everyone standing in line and said, “I heard a rumor you are having a sale on tonics this afternoon, Freestone. Is that true?” Copyright 2013, Robert A. Markwalter. For more from C.G. Scavola and Bob Markwalter, visit, home of the Stray Lake Signal-Gazette.


Rumor has it ... well, you know ... no surprise water service in the Bright area. 25 years ago, October 1988 nnn Dillsboro: Civic Club members School reorganization plans had were already making plans to put up been whittled down to two: either a Christmas lights. Preston Conaway one unit or a three unit plan. was president. nnn nnn Patricia McClure was the DAR Progressive Savings Bank was givGood Citizen. ing away Christmas mug nnn candles with every new CHRIS Dicky Dowers had Christmas Club account. MCHENRY bagged the first deer in the nnn area with a bow and arrow. Fall enrollment at IvyTech had increased by six percent to 75 years, October 1938 786 full and part time students. Bowling news: Bob Albright had nnn Manchester Fire Department was bowled a 269 game at Koetkemeyer’s. nnn planning a costume ball. Bernard McCann, Herman Klepper nnn The battle for county treasurer had and Tom Ward were planning a celheated up with Democrat George ebration for the completion of U.S. 50 Lansing opposed by Young Republi- between Lawrenceburg and Aurora. nnn can president Mike Hollenbeck. Unusually warm weather had caused lilacs to bloom in Greendale. 50 years ago, October 1963 nnn Elmer Miller had donated a playThe first killing frost happened on ground on Ludlow Hill. October 25. nnn nnn Discussion had begun about a rural

Bonnell: Mrs. William Seitz had papered for Mrs. William Doehleman and Rosie Corbin was papering fior Joseph Posey.

100 years, October 1913 Lawrenceburg firemen were paid $10 a year as salary. nnn Robert Kirsch had installed a new hardwood floor in his barbershop. nnn The Ohio River had risen enough to allow large mail boats to be in service. nnn Editor W. T. Goodin had thanked Mrs. Henry Knippenberg of Bellair for apple butter and John Scheib of Kelso for turnips. nnn Greendale: Elza Abraham was captain of the new basketball team.

Chris McHenry is Dearborn County Historian.




Rye come to Lawrenceburg? For a taste and shopping By Michele Stegman Contributor Lawrenceburg has long been known for producing fine alcohol, and with good reason. Although the distillery has changed hands a number of times, and it once almost closed, it is thriving again under the ownership of MGP, Midwest Grain Products Ingredients. MGP’s CEO said, “MGP doesn’t buy plants to shut them down or run them half full.” In less than two years MGP has increased production and has slowly been hiring additional staff, said Jim Vinoski, Plant Manager. Vinoski, who has worked for General Mills in their cereal division as well as at their Yoplait yogurt plant, was hired by MGP to head up the plant in Lawrenceburg. “We have invested in more modern equipment and we have more run days,” said Vinoski. The distillery used to

shut down for a month once a year for maintenance, but now they only have to shut down for one week a year. The Lawrenceburg MGP plant is one of the most highly automated distilleries in the U.S. It is also a very flexible plant. They make grain neutral spirits such as gin and vodka which is distilled to almost pure alcohol, but they also make whiskey and bourbon which must be aged in barrels. “I call it the coolest plant on earth,” said Vinoski. This year MGP will produce 30 million gallons of proof alcohol. “We hit the crest of a wave here with whiskey doing very well,” said Vinoski. “We’ll make more whiskey here this year than has ever been made here before. Whiskey is selling very well now.” Because whiskey takes longer to make and ferments more slowly, MGP will not produce as much alcohol next year. But whiskey is also more profitable. The question is, said Vin-

oski, how do we maximize the value and best use of the equipment we have for maximum profit? Moving into whiskey is a good place to be for now, said Vinoski. But because the plant is so flexible, they could easily move into other things. Right now, the differentiating product for this plant is rye whiskey, said Vinoski. Rye, by definition, must be made with at least 51 percent rye. In Lawrenceburg the rye is made with 95 percent rye. “It is the best rye in the world,” said Vinoski. Most rye distillers can’t handle making 95 percent rye because of the waste product. But because the Lawrenceburg plant is flexible, and makes other types of alcohol, they can mix the wastes together, dry it, and sell it for animal feed. But you won’t find a bottle of MGP whiskey on the shelves of a liquor store. MGP makes whiskey, rye, gin, vodka, and bourbon, but they don’t bottle it.

They sell their alcohol in bulk. The alcohol they produce in Lawrenceburg is shipped in tanker trucks, rail cars, or shipping containers to other companies who blend it with other alcohol or flavor it to their specifications and then bottle, label, and sell it. Five years ago there were 50 licensed distilleries in the country. Now there are 400. Sometimes those distillers need to buy bulk alcohol to blend with their own, or to supply their demand. This is where MGP comes in. There is no other U.S. company that can support anyone from the largest brands in the industry to the smallest craft distiller needing just one barrel or more, said Vinoski. “We feel very good about what we have done since we’ve been here and what we plan for the future. The primary driver for all this is the people,” said Vinoski.

“We have such a fantastic workforce. They have been through a lot of changes, threats of a shutdown, but they keep going and are willing to try new things. I’d put this team up against any I’ve worked with.” “The community has been incredibly supportive,” said Vinoski. “We hope to stop the revolving door of changing companies.” Although you can’t buy a bottle of whiskey or rye with an MGP label, you will have a chance to taste some of the local product during

Lawrenceburg’s Rye Walk from 5:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1. Once a month Lawrenceburg Main Street, Inc. hosts a Wine Walk. This month it will be a Rye Walk. Merchants will offer refreshments, and some will offer a bit of rye whiskey. Prizes will be provided by Hollywood Casino and MGP Ingredients. You can begin the walk by registering for a list of participating merchants at the Edward Jones Office, 119 Walnut St., Lawrenceburg.





with Free Boxspring

Queen set was $1199

WAS TWIN SET $999 FULL SET $1,099 KING SET $1,499


NOW $499 $579 $799




With Free Box Spring!

Queen Set Was $1399



$1,150 $1,300 $1,850

$599 $749 $1,099



With Free Box Spring! WAS


Queen Set Was $2299









With Free Box Spring! WAS

$1,299 $1,399 $1,999


With Free Box Spring!

Queen Set Was $1599



TWIN SET $1,499 $899 FULL SET $1,999 $1,099 KING SET $3,099 $1,799

Queen Set Was $1899




TWIN SET $1,299 $699 FULL SET $1,599 $899 KING SET $2,499 $1,499

$699 $799 $1,099

557 W. Eads Parkway (Hwy 50) Lawrenceburg, IN (812) 537-0610 Hours: Mon & Fri • 8-8 Tues, Wed & Thurs • 8-5:30 Sat • 8-5


MGP Manager Jim Vinoski said folks can sample some of the distillery’s products during the Lawrenceburg Main Street Rye Walk this Friday, Nov. 1.

The Villages of Indiana Present

Dr. David and Jayne Schooler Authors and International Child Welfare Trainers and Consultants


NAVIGATING the EMOTIONAL and BEHAVIORAL NEEDS of ADOPTED CHILDREN Grow your business • Make new contacts Networking & marketing opportunities Find trusted suppliers

Partnering with businesses since 1987

Saturday, November 9, 2013 The Sherman House

34 S. Main Street, Batesville, IN 47006 • 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Reserve your spot for this informative workshop! For More Information Please Call Us at 1-800-822-4888 Online Registration Available




Lawrenceburg Tire & Auto Celebrating 24 Years! “Thanks to our loyal customers for your patronage all these years. You have made our business a success.”

t n a l o Co h s u l F 9 9 . 9 7 $

We Also Service:

-Bobby McClellan & Family

• Shocks & Struts • Basic Tune Ups • Heating & Cooling Systems • & Much More!

xtra E l o o C *Dex

Oil Change $27.99 U p to 5 qt s.

for most cars *Specialt y Filters Extra






Lawrenceburg Tire & Auto Certified Auto Service Independent Dealer

502 West Eads Pkwy, Lawrenceburg

812-537-5933 800-411-3851

Mon. - Fri. 7am-6pm, Sat. 7am-12pm




Car Before snow flies: winterize As fall gradually gives way to winter, vehicle owners often sigh at the thought of driving in winter weather or spending weekday mornings clearing their vehicles of ice before heading to the office. But manning the wheel through another snowstorm or whittling away another night’s worth of ice from a car’s windshield are not the only rites of passage motorists must endure as cold weather returns. Winterizing a vehicle can improve vehicle performance during a time of year that, in many locales, can be especially harsh on automobiles. Low temperatures make for less than ideal conditions for engines to run, while potholes left behind by snow plows can damage a vehicle’s wheels and may even result in flat tires and a damaged suspension system. In addition, salt used to improve traction on roadways can cause rust. Short of moving to a locale with mild winters, there’s little drivers can do to protect their vehicles from harsh winter weather. But winterizing a vehicle can prevent some of the more common issues drivers may encounter when the temperatures dip below freezing. Take time out for your tires. Winter weather can limit traction, putting the safety of drivers and their passengers in jeopardy. When possible, avoid driving in the snow, and steer clear of roads where ice and black ice are known to form. While such measures can greatly reduce your risk of being in an accident, you likely can’t avoid driving entirely come the winter. Drivers who want improved traction from their tires throughout the winter can purchase winter tires for their vehicles. Such tires can more effectively handle roads that are covered in snow and ice than all-season tires. Another way to improve traction during the winter months is to constantly monitor tire pressure, which decreases more rapidly when the weather is cold. Properly inflated tires provide better traction and protect against damage that may occur when driving over potholes. Consider a low-viscosity oil in the winter.

The owner’s manual of your vehicle may recommend you use a lower viscosity motor oil to counter the dip in temperature that’s synonymous with winter. When the temperatures outside fall, the oil inside your vehicle thickens, and a thicker oil won’t circulate through the engine as well. This can cause engine problems because the engine won’t be adequately lubricated. A low-viscosity oil is naturally thinner, so it may improve lubrication throughout the winter. The vehicle owner’s manual should recommend oils based on climate. If not, talk to your mechanic about changing from the oil you use throughout the year to a low-viscosity alternative during the winter. Inspect your vehicle before winter arrives. No one wants to be out on the road during the first snowstorm of the year only to discover certain components are not working properly. Belts and hoses, while durable, can be put through strenuous conditions during the winter months, so a close inspection of belts and hoses should be conducted in late fall. In addition, windshield wipers are especially important in winter, when snowfall can drastically impact visibility. You will want your wipers working at full capacity once the winter begins, so replace older wipers (shelf life for standard wipers is typically one year) and use a de-icing windshield washer fluid to maximize visibility. Another component that must be inspected is your car’s battery. Many drivers have experienced a dead battery, which, in warm weather, is more of a nuisance than a health concern. In cold weather, a dead battery can threaten your health if you find yourself stranded in cold weather. Especially low temperatures can compromise a battery’s power by as much as 50 percent, so have your battery inspected in late fall and replace it if need be. Winter can be especially harsh on automobiles. But drivers can take several preventive steps to ensure their vehicle is safe and sound on the roads this winter.

Useful winter tools

Many people like to carry a few specific tools in the trunk of their vehicles during winter, in case of roadside or weather-caused emergencies. Even if your vehicle is an allwheel-drive SUV or a full-fledged four-wheeldrive truck, some tools can come really handy in extreme situations. Firstly, it is a good idea to keep a light shovel in the trunk. It can be a simple aluminum one, but if the car is small and doesn’t have much trunk space, hardware stores sell foldable plastic shovels that will do the job. Another great piece of equipment to keep in back of the car is a traction aid. These are devices that help motorists get unstuck from snowed-in or iced-in situations. Traction aids come in many shapes and sizes; some are made of tough plastic, others of steel material. They usually come in a small box with very simple assembly instruc-

tions. Many drivers like to carry booster cables in their cars — especially older cars — in case the battery dies on a very cold day. It is best to buy high quality cables that come in a solid carrying case. Boosting a car is a specific technique that requires some knowledge. Fortunately, a good booster cable kit will come with clear instructions and a device that can help you identify the positive and negative poles. Getting them mixed up can cause damage to the car. Lastly, if you travel a lot or drive to remote places, it would be a good idea to get a winter survival kit that includes a survival blanket, a candle, and a lighter. The last two items have been proven to provide a little bit of heat in a stalled car in winter. If you ever need to use either, make sure you open a window slightly to allow fresh air to circulate.

% $0 Down & 0% Financing up to 5 Years $0 Down &0 Financing up to 5 Years A.P.R. A.P.R. Year-end savings. Lifetime rewards.

* *

Lifetime rewards. GetYear-end your RTVsavings. Series utility vehicle today! Get your RTV Series utility vehicle today!

$0 Down &0% Financing up to 5 Years A.P.R.

Year-end savings. Lifetime rewards. Get your RTV Series utility vehicle today!


7690 US Hwy 50 812-926-3999 • 888-890-3999 *$0 down, 0% A.P.R. financing for up to 60 months on purchases of new Kubota BX, B, L, M, RTV (excluding RTV-X Series), K008, KX, U, R, S and TLB Series equipment is available to qualified purchasers from participating dealers’ in-stock inventory through 12/31/2013. A 60-month monthly installment repayment 0% A.P.R.RTV-X requires *$0 down, 0% A.P.R. financing for up toExample: 60 months on purchases of new Kubota BX, B, L, M,term RTVat(excluding 60 payments $16.67 $1,000 0% A.P.R.isinterest is available to purchasers customers iffrom no dealer documentation Series), K008,ofKX, U, R,per S and TLBfinanced. Series equipment available to qualified participating dealers’ preparation fee is charged. Dealer charge for document preparation shall be inrepayment accordance with laws. requires in-stock inventory through 12/31/2013. Example: A 60-month monthlyfee installment term at state 0% A.P.R. Inclusion of ineligible equipment may result in0% a higher Not available for Rental, National Accounts or 60 payments of $16.67 per $1,000 financed. A.P.R.blended interest A.P.R. is available to customers if no dealer documentation Governmental A.P.R. and low-rate financing may not fee be available customerwith instant rebate preparation feecustomers. is charged.0% Dealer charge for document preparation shall be inwith accordance state laws.offers. Financing availableequipment through Kubota CreditinCorporation, U.S.A., 3401Not Delavailable Amo Blvd., CA 90503; subject Inclusion ofisineligible may result a higher blended A.P.R. for Torrance, Rental, National Accounts or to credit approval. Some exceptions Offer expires 12/31/2013. See us for details on theseinstant and other low-rate Governmental customers. 0% A.P.R.apply. and low-rate financing may not be available with customer rebate offers. options or is goavailable to for more © Kubota Corporation, Financing through Kubota Creditinformation. Corporation, U.S.A.,Tractor 3401 Del Amo Blvd.,2013 Torrance, CA 90503; subject to credit approval. Some exceptions apply. Offer expires 12/31/2013. See us for details on these and other low-rate options or go to for more information. © Kubota Tractor Corporation, 2013


Fall/Winter Special


Up to 5qt. of conventional oil, 4 wheel rotation

Charging System Check

Exp. 11/30/13

Lube, Oil & Filter • Tire Rotation 23 Point Inspection

Is Your Charging System Ready for Old Man Winter?

405 East 7th St. 765-647-2641 • 800-443-6831


Visual inspection of battery, belt system and alternator and battery inspection.

875 E. Eads Pkwy, Lawrenceburg • 812-537-2525 • Scott Parsons, Svc. Mgr

CHEVROLET *$0 down, 0% A.P.R. financing for up to 60 months on purchases of new Kubota BX, B, L, M, RTV (excluding RTV-X Series), K008, KX, U, R, S and TLB Series equipment is available to qualified purchasers from participating dealers’ in-stock inventory through 12/31/2013. Example: A 60-month monthly installment repayment term at 0% A.P.R. requires 60 payments of $16.67 per $1,000 financed. 0% A.P.R. interest is available to customers if no dealer documentation preparation fee is charged. Dealer charge for document preparation fee shall be in accordance with state laws. Inclusion of ineligible equipment may result in a higher blended A.P.R. Not available for Rental, National Accounts or Governmental customers. 0% A.P.R. and low-rate financing may not be available with customer instant rebate offers. Financing is available through Kubota Credit Corporation, U.S.A., 3401 Del Amo Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503; subject to credit approval. Some exceptions apply. Offer expires 12/31/2013. See us for details on these and other low-rate options or go to for more information. © Kubota Tractor Corporation, 2013

Home of the

Find New Roads

2014 Impala

Virtually every New & Pre-Owned vehicle purchased from Hirlinger Chevrolet comes with a lifetime powertrain warranty. ►No Deductible ►No Cost to You ►Every Vehicle w/ Less ►No Term than 100,000 Miles



New - W. Harrison I74 Exit 169 • Pre Owned - Harrison I74 Exit 3


Virtually every New & Pre-Owned vehicle purchased from Hirlinger Chevrolet comes with a lifetime powertrain warranty. ►No Deductible ►No Cost to You ►Every Vehicle w/ Less ►No Term than 100,000 Miles



NEWS BRIEFS Alcoholic beverages will be sold until 3 a.m. Sunday INDIANAPOLIS- The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission announced today that alcoholic beverage sales may continue until 3 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 3. Because daylight saving time changes clocks to 1 a.m. at 2 a.m. Nov. 3, alcoholic beverage outlets will have one additional hour during which they may serve or sell alcoholic beverages on this date. Pursuant to Indiana law, they must still cease sales at 3 a.m. Daylight saving time is currently observed by more than 1.6 billion people in 78 countries. Indiana has observed daylight saving time since April 2, 2006.

More county flu clinics scheduled AURORA- The Dearborn County Health Department has scheduled flu vaccination clinics for the public at the Aurora Wal-Mart 4 p.m. to to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5, and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7. Flu shots will be offered for anyone ages 6 months and older. Anyone under 18 years old will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The cost of the flu vaccine is $10 per person, cash only. No appointment is necessary. For more information or directions, call the health department at 1-812537-8843 or Wal-Mart Pharmacy at 1-812-926-3034.


From Page 1A

Turner, who also is Aurora clerk-treasurer. Perhaps a flyer could be included in utility bills in the meantime, suggested Aurora resident Pam Miles, who then asked how many customers there are. Just under 3,000 bills go out monthly, said Randy Turner, explaining the city has 2,500 water customers and 450 natural gas customers who get their water from other utilities. Councilman Mike Crider asked if the 24-7 service would cut down on Aurora Fire Department assistance runs, but Opp said no. “Calling for lifting assistance, that's just the nature of the beast,” he said. When EMTs need to get someone down a narrow staircase or to move someone heavy, help is needed. “We very much appreciate the fire department's help on that. They've been out on 26 calls last month and maybe half of those were with us,” said Opp. “We're going to be an icon for the county; not too many other departments are going to go to this advanced level, at least not right away,” he said. Later, by phone, Opp said nine AER emergency medical technicians are taking the bridge course, and will be done in February. “We'll be able to administer some more additional medications and give a higher level of care,” he said. “Eventually we would like to have everybody at that level.” AER has 22 members, including drivers and first responders. But Aurora and Hogan Township firefighters often serve as drivers as well, and EMTs from Moores Hill, Rising Sun and even Bright help with EMS runs, including some who are members of AER, he said. “We're all trying to do this more cooperatively,” said Opp. “... That's kind of a countywide thing with this life squad alliance.” As for the optional fee, AER appreciates Aurora's help, he said. “It's a way that we can go about doing this and providing better service … without taxation,” he said. Nor will whether folks pay the fee make any difference in AER's response to an emergency, he stressed. “We'll come regardless,” said Opp, noting AER will not even know who chooses to pay and who opts out. Anyone with questions may call AER at 1-812-9261865.



L’BURG, From Page 1A

Facebook. Lawrence said “I’m fed up, too.” Hoosier State Press Association General Counsel Steve Key said the proposed ordinance is a public record, and became one when it was drafted. After touching on another, somewhat related subject, the talk returned to the raises. In the original ordinance proposal, Lawrenceburg Mayor Dennis Carr’s salary was listed at $61,600 while Lawrenceburg Clerk-Treasurer Jackie Stutz was listed at $64,999.96. In response to Lawrence stating the clerk-treasurer should be happy with what she is paid since she ran for the office, Stutz said “if she’d known she was going to get a council like this” she would have thought twice about running. Stutz also noted there are garage workers and clerical workers who make more than she does, and she does “twice the work of some.” Votaw turned discussion from the raises for the mayor and clerk, and council approved the first reading of the salary ordinance 3-2, with Lawrence and councilwoman Jane Pope voting against it. The second and third readings were slated for Wednesday, Oct. 30.

Back to budgets

City council began reviewing the 2014 budget Monday, Oct. 21, and continued it this week. Dan Hedden and another representative from Indianapolis-based Umbaugh Associates were on hand to answer questions about how much money the city has currently and how much it is projected to have next year. Revenues from Hollywood Casino, including those from the city’s development agreement dating to the casino’s start in 1996, have declined since Horseshoe Casino opened in Cincinnati earlier


From Page 1A finally received the box, the popcorn was the best part. If it was cookies, you could use them for hockey pucks,” added Hefflemire. When he was serving in Vietnam, mail took quite a while to be delivered, and “hopefully things are a lot faster today,” said Heffelmire. The Aurora Lions Club has been doing the Support Our Troops Breakfast for nine years, starting in 2004, he said. We Care was founded by Nancy Spears, Kathy Hogue, Deb Schuman, Marilyn Craig and Kathi Prarat Oct. 10, 2001. “Since then we have donated $21,490.00 to We Care,” said Heffelmire, who got the exact amount from Prarat. Besides helping We Care through the breakfasts, in 2005 the Lions also purchased 500 prepaid phone cards to put in the packages, and for the past three years it has purchased $700 worth of cookies from the Girl Scouts. The past two years the club has bought $700 of popcorn from the Boy Scouts to go in the packages. In addition, “everyone re-

COUNTRY, From Page 1A

Eventually he would play at Winter Gardens, Elizabethtown, where he closed one night for country legend Tammy Wynette. He stepped in when the house band singer was not able to perform, he said. Afterward Wynette shook his hand and said, “‘You are good entertainer,’” said Hudson. “He is a good gentleman to work for. He is always on top of his game. ... I enjoy the style of music he plays because he is very sincere about it,” said Kennedy. “He is very good,” said Jim Hamil. Hamil, Harrison, played steel guitar with the Country Kings from the beginning, and Hudson considers him one of his dearest friends. The pair agree they have had many good times through the years. Hudson has passed along his love for music to his son, Davey, who often performs

impact other organizations, such as band boosters, who sell water during Music on the River, as well as local businesses. “About 73 percent of what we spend is spent locally in Lawrenceburg,” said Krider. Cook suggested the amount requested by Main Street, $352,000, stay the same, and the other council people agreed. Council also discussed the non-reverting park line item, with a listed amount of $1 million. Councilman Bill-Bill Bruner said fellow councilpeople have talked about the future: “This is the future and we should build it up.” Bruner suggested council increase the amount to $4 million. Hedden said since the adver-

Social Security caught up By Erika S. Russell Editor

At city council’s meeting Tuesday, Oct. 15, meeting and again Monday, Oct. 28, council discussed the City of Lawrenceburg not paying Social Security contributions for its employees. The money was deducted from employee paychecks, but was not sent into the Social Security Administration. Councilwoman Jane Pope bought up the lack of payments, and noted other payments for FICA and state taxes were sent Oct. 15. The discovery of the lack of payments to Social Security, came about because Pope, councilman MIke Lawrence and former councilman Doug Taylor hired a financial/budget advisor. Meanwhile, Clerk-Treasurer Jackie Stutz also hired a consultant, Dan Hedden with Indianapolis-based Umbaugh, who is still retained by the city. Hedden and his company found the lack of payments. this year. In total the city has $132 million, with $82 million of that in “cash,” said Hedden, answering a question from Pope. “Where are the jobs? Where’s the economic development?” Pope asked, warning the city is going to go broke and not be able to maintain what it has. Lawrenceburg has another $25 million to pay toward the event center, but the city also has money that has been budgeted/appropriated, but is not being spent, explained Hedden. Council reviewing line items in the Casino/Riverboat Fund Budget asked what had been used so far. Some of the line items were in the red, and if it is in the same category money can be transferred between line items, said Hedden. Moving on, council dis-

Stutz said Oct. 15 the payments had been made, and it was a “delicate situation.” The employee who was supposed to make the payments is no longer working for the city, said Stutz then. “It took Social Security four years to figure it out,” added Stutz. City attorney Leslie Votaw noted on Oct. 15 and Oct. 28 the matter is still being investigated by various authorities. Stutz on Oct. 15 said the IRS-Social Security are still working on fees and penalty totals, but some have been abated and/or waived. At the Oct. 28 meeting Pope said Stutz should have been double checking all the payments were made, and Stutz asked if should go “babysit” her employees. By phone Tuesday, Oct. 29, when asked about what is going on with the investigation and the Social Security discoveries, Stutz said she cannot discuss it more at this time.

Not Your Average Bank At Merchants Bank & Trust, our focus and experience give us a unique understanding of the things that matter most to you for your personal and business banking. Since 1929, we’ve been providing something decidedly different – a true community bank focused on the success and well-being of your family, your business and your future.

cussed the allottment for Lawrenceburg Main Street. Councilman Aaron Cook noted LMS Director Pat Krider had presented council with an itemized breakdown of what they would spend, as well as what the organization has spent this year as of Friday, Oct. 18. Pope said while she’s talked to many people who are happy with Main Street’s events, such as Music on the River and Winter Wonderland, she thinks council should have a sayso on who gets business grants from Lawrenceburg. Krider noted while it has given small paint-awning grants, it has “not touched that other fund in the past year and half.” Main Street also reduced its budget request for 2014 by $10,000, and could perhaps cut $6,000 to $8,000 more. Those cuts, however, could

ceives a deck of our wonderful this wonderful cause if we had Aurora Farmers Fair 100 year to purchase everything,” said playing cards - 54 home town Heffelmire. pictures,” said Heffelmire. The Lions can’t put on the breakfast alone, there’s a lot of community support from businesses as well. South Dearborn High School Honor Society members help with serving the sausage gravy and biscuits, sausage links, pancakes, and scrambled eggs The scrambled eggs are Heffelmire’s job. “If you’ve heard of tennis elbow, how about egg elbow?” he said Wash down the eggs, pancakes and sausage with coffee, milk and orange juice. Here are some of the community contributors. Bob Evans donates biscuits and sausage links; Frisch’s donates pancake batter mix, McDonalds donates syrup; KFC also donates biscuits, Tandy’s IGA, Aurora, donates milk and orange juice; Gold Star Chili donates napkins plastic ware;Trade & Industrial Supply provides the propane to cook with. “I hope I haven’t missed any of our supporters, without them we would not be able to contribute nearly as much to


tised budget was $32.9 million for the casino/riverboat budget, then there is $10 million to add to line items as council chooses. Another line item with a big increase was $4 million into a non-reverting fund for building and monument maintenance. Like the parks, it originally was listed at $1 million. The budget ordinance was adopted Oct. 28 by a 3-2 vote, with about $16 million allotted in various line items for savings. The Casino/Riverboat total budget is $28.9 million; MDF is $19.5 million, and the city’s general fund budget is $8.105 million. The general fund has a tax levy rate of $1.511 advertised.

Whether growing your portfolio, opening a checking account or starting a business, we help you manage, protect and develop your assets.

Everywhere You Need Us In Your Community and Online With extended hours and six convenient branches, we’re open and available when you need us, including online 24/7.


Exceptional Outcom Indiana Locations

Aurora, Bright, West Harrison 812-637-3232

Ohio Locations

Harrison, Hyde Park, Western Hills 513-202-5788

A world-class public indoor shooting range and gun shop.

A world-class indoor shooting r gun shop, & education c • 20 Indoor Shooting Lanes

with his dad’s band. He always had an interest in music, but when he was depressed after losing his sight, his dad started teaching him basic chords on the guitar, said Davey Hudson, Aurora, who performs throughout the area. Davey Hudson said he sings, plays drums, guitar, bass and fiddle. But bass is not his first choice. “I hate playing bass, but I do it for dad,” he laughed. Although his father was not a musician, he loved music. About six months before he died Bob Hudson had the chance to introduce Ernest Tubbs to his dad at Winter Gardens. “Dad was just shaking. He did not know what to say but it thrilled him,” said Hudson. Sixty years after he started in music, he still receives a trhill himself everytime he performs, including his regular gig at the Dearborn Adult Center, said Hudson, who works at the Skyline Chili restaurant in Lawrenceburg. “I enjoy entertaining people at the adult center. I want to thank them for supporting me,” said Hudson.

at 25 Yard and 50 Yard Rifle • Large selection of Firearms & Accessories • Ammunition and gun Stock Items


A world-class All W 1shooting 0 indoor e shop, & education N

Store Hours: M-F 10am-9pm, Sat 8am-8pm, Sun 10am-8pm

A world-class pu indoor shooting ran 7266 Harrison Avenue, Cinti,&Oh 45247 cen gun shop, education

513-322-4050 Store Hours: M-F 10am-9pm, Sat 8am-8pm, Sun 10am-8pm


7266 Harrison Avenue, Cinti, Oh 45247 G RAND OPENING 513-322-4050 Store Hours: M-F 10am-9pm, 8am-8pm, Sun 10am-8pm SPEC Sat IALS No ve m be r 8-9-10




Memorable season for SD runners

Tiger Tipoff Day Saturday, November 16 Knights runners take on state's LAWRENCEBURG – Lawrenceburg boys basketbest at Carmel  ball will host Tiger Tipoff Day Saturday, Nov. 16, at 2 p.m. at Bud Bateman Gym. Families, friends and fans are invited to meet and watch Lawrenceburg basketball teams, from grade 3 up through varsity. There is no admission charge. Introduction of all eight grade level teams in the basketball program begins with grades3-4 youth league teams at 2 p.m. Introductions and scrimmages by all teams grades 5 through freshman, jayvee and varsity begin at 2:20 p.m. Giveaway tickets will be sold during the proceeding as a fund-raiser for Tiger Basketball. Top prizes include tickets to the Dec. 8 Colts-Bengals NFL football game, Perfect North Slopes ski passes, Willie’s restaurant gift cards, free team entry in next summer’s 3-on-3 Shootout, a signed varsity team basketball and Lawrenceburg Tiger gear. Entrants do not have to be present to win prizes. Winning tickets will be drawn during the event Nov. 16. Fans interested in contributing to Tiger Basketball who are unable to attend can mail name, phone number and e-mail address to Coach John Blackwell at Greendale Middle School, 200 Tiger Boulevard, Lawrenceburg, IN, 47025. Giveaway tickets are $5 each, or five for $20. Cash or checks will be accepted. Checks should be payableto LHS Activities. For more information email Coach Blackwell at:

Staff Report

CARMEL - At the alwaystough Carmel semistate Saturday, South Dearborn boys cross country wrapped up a memorable 2013 season. On a cold, blustery day at the Northview Church Cross Country Course, Knights, led by senior co-captain Joe Rector’s 53rd place performance, finished 18th out of 20 teams. Saturday's semistate field featured 10 Top 25-ranked teams, including No. 1 Carmel, ranked No. 12 in the nation. “This was a very memorable season for South Dearborn cross country,” said SD third-year head coach Jeremy Baney. “It is very difficult to find a state tournament meet in the nation, which isn’t a state championship meet, that is more competitive than this.” “This is the way this meet has always been. By comparison, you put us in the Brown County semistate, and we'd have a chance to make it to state,” said Baney, in his 16th year overall with the program. Junior Dustin Beach came in next for the Knights, in 95th place, followed by senior co-captain D.J. Sander (125th) junior Jarod Davis (138th), freshman Jacob Lane (146th), junior Nolan Bridges (148th) and sophomore Sean Groves (174th). “Joe (Rector) had a strong performance today, only 3 seconds from his best time ever,” Baney said. “The packs of runners were large, so when he went to pass, he had to go wide on the


South Dearborn's 2013 boys cross country Knights, a combined 78-2 this fall, with their fourth-straight EIAC and sectional titles and the program's best regional finish since 1984, are pictured at Saturday's IHSAA Carmel semistate. They are, from left: co-captain Joe Rector, Jacob Lane, Jarod Davis, Dustin Beach, Nolan Bridges, Sean Groves, cocaptain D.J. Sander and coach Jeremy Baney. course’s many turns. “Dustin (Beach) ran an excellent, even race, but didn’t have much left in the tank at the finish. D.J. (Sander) felt a little weak through the first 2K, but then started to pour it on the rest of the way. “After a couple of disappointing races, Jarod (Davis) was finally able to put together a solid effort that he was proud of. Jacob (Lane) and Nolan (Bridges) packedup for most of the race and had, I think, their best meet of the season. “Sean (Groves) has improved exponentially since last season. He was a touch weak today, but still ran tough.” Knights harriers, who posted a combined regular season record of 78-2, captured their fourth-straight Eastern

Indiana Athletic Conference championship this fall, along with titles in the Rushville Invitational, Martinsville Artesian Classic, Randolph Southern Invitational and Connersville Invitational. Season's turning point, Baney felt, came at Martinsville Sept. 7. “We were still in our mileage-building stage at the time, and Sander was coming back from a little sickness and nagging leg tightness. I didn’t expect the outstanding performances. We had an extremely tight pack. The boys got a huge boost of confidence, since we had great times and won off of essentially mileage-building.” South Dearborn boys went on to capture their fourthstraight IHSAA sectional championship on their home

course Oct. 15. “Once the IHSAA realigned sectional sites and teams in 2007, it worked out well for us,” Baney said. “No longer do we have to compete against national powerhouse Columbus North. Opportunity knocked, and we opened the door.” Knights finished third in the Greensburg regional the following Saturday, the boys' best regional finish since winning it 1984. “It took me a few days for it to sink in,” said Baney. “South Dearborn beating an MIC school in Center Grove? Now that was impressive.” Girls respectable SD's Lady Knights, although not garnering all the accolades as the boys, still managed a respectable 2013 season.

South Dearborn girls runners placed well in many of the larger meets, and were able to qualify for regional for the second-straight year. “We were never really at 100 percent as a team this season, healthwise,” Baney noted. “The girls were plagued with injuries all season, but they were able to come back. I am so proud of my girls. What a season for them. It was a tremendous improvement from last year, and we saved our best for the regional.” Six Lady Knight varsity runners set season bests or personal bests at the Greensburg regional Oct. 19. “The girls were ready to go and to prove something,” Baney praised. “We came up


FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL PREVIEWS Bears stalking 1st series win Class 4A – Sectional 23 Semifinal Round


KICKOFF: 7 p.m. Friday at Trojan Field, St. Leon RECORDS: East Central 4-6 (3-0 EIAC 4A Division – champion; 4-1 vs. Class 4A teams; 4-0 vs. sectional opponents). Shelbyville 5-5 (2-4 Hoosier Heritage Conf. - 5th; 4-2 vs. 4A; 1-0 vs. sectional) LAST TIME:EC defeated the Golden Bears 21-17 in the 2009 Class 4A sectional final at Trojan Field before ending a 10-3 season with a 52-28 regional loss to eventual state champion Evansville Reitz. TEAM HIGHLIGHTS: East Central– Trojans did themselves immeasurable good with last week’s 28-8 Class 4A sectional win at Connersville – and not only in the pride and confidence departments. Earning extra postseason games is as good as gold for a program that’s rebuilding with loads of young players, under a new coaching staff. Extra practices and game experience are just what’s needed at St. Leon. Ironically, EC is the last EIAC team standing after the first week of state playoffs. Stuck to the ground on the first really cold night of the season, on the road, last Friday and controlled the football (no turnovers) for 245 rush yards on 41 attempts, completing just 2-8 passes for 33 yards. Senior TB Cade Knueven got all four TDs (12 carries, 63 yards, 5.3 ypc). But it was junior runningmate Andrew Keilholz who did workhorse duty (15 carries, 105 yards, 7.0 ypc). Give credit to EC’s muchmaligned offensive line there. Punter Ryan Lamping (shoulder separation, surgery pend-

201 yards, his second-straight pleted 64-164 passes for 646 started in 1973. Bears would week of 200-plus, including yards, with the one TD and host next week’s sectional breakaway TDs of 80 and 8 interceptions. Top receiver final with a win, more than 61. He also completed his Mitch Orem, a 6’3” junior, likely against No. 1-ranked first TD pass of the season, has 19 catches for 253 yards. Columbus East. a 17-yarder, to Masun Hicks. Linebacker Kyle Uhls tops COACHES' QUOTES: Sophomore tailback Deshaun the defense with 116 tackles Justin Roden, East CenFrench rushed for 173 yards, (70 solo, 46 assists. Bears tral (1st year)- “It does feel including TD gallops of 57 veteran head coach Patrick normal for us to play in Noand 78. FC’s only score came Parks, a teammate of former vember. Losing in the first on Jacob Gray’s 64-yard punt South Dearborn boss Jim round last year was very upreturn just before halftime. Wheat at UIndy, is three wins setting to both the kids and ing) was knocked out of the No. 2 New Palestine (44-0), Big Wildcats fullback Layne shy of the 100 mark (97-105). coaching staff. It is even game, but sophomore Nolan 3A No. 5 Yorktown (34-13) Harnishfeger finished with Shelby finished 4-6 last year, more of a positive because Moser stepped in – kicking and 3A No. 14 Delta (35-21). 114 rush yards, and Franklin with a 14-0 first-round loss of the surprising loses by all just once for 38 yards. De- Team speed and run game County completed just 3-14 to Richmond. Golden Bears the teams in the EIAC. Every fense shut down tough Spar- (374 yards rushing, 4 TDs) passes for 21 yards. Laker never have won a sectional, game we play only makes a tans RB Colton Gonzalez (16 proved too much for Franklin leads the team in rushing on posting an all-time sectional better program in the future. att., 35 yards) and gave up County in last week’s 33-7 148 for 1,299 (8.78 ypc) and record of 17-28 (.378) since Shelbyville is a zone read just 126 rush, 86 passing, first-round win at McKeand 12 TDs. French is right be- the open tourney format option football team. They with a 74-yard interception Stadium. Senior read-option hind at 138 for 810 (5.87) and began in 1985. They’re 17-29 See BEARS, Page 3B return by DB Zach Knueven. QB Jake Laker rushed for six scores. Laker has com- overall since state playoffs Knueven cousins Cade and Zach keyed the D, along with linebackers Lucas Frick and Nick Dressman. Two more EC starters are out this week, LB Sid Fox (broken wrist) and G John Horstman (broken hand). EC’s last firstround sectional win came in 2011 vs. South Dearborn, 31-0. All-time sectional mark of 54-14 (.794) still tops Sectional 23 teams, as well as the Trojans’ overall postseason tally of 63-28 (.692). Total of 15 sectional titles to date (last back-to-back in 2009-10) ties for 17th in state history. EC holds a 7-0 all-time series lead on Shelbyville, but is a seven-point underdog Friday night. Sagarin ratings, which last week’s EIAC Waterloo proved can be deceptive, to say the least, rank EC 41st in Class 4A (47.64), while Shelbyville is 35th (54.73). Shelby’s strength of schedule (55-44 opponents’ combined record), betters East Central’s (35-45). Shelbyville– Don’t be deceived by the Golden Bears’ lukewarm 5-5 record. Fourstraight losses to cap the regTIM HILLMAN/The Register ular season all went to stateranked foes, including 4A No. East Central defenders T.J. Hamer (50) and Doug Rosemeyer (20) bring down Connersville's Colton Gonzalez (22) in 10 Mt. Vernon (46-15), 4A Friday's 28-8 Class 4A sectional win by the Trojans.





Lawrenceburg's Peighton Cook (12) goes flat-out for the ball in the No. 4 Lady Tigers' Class A soccer semistate win over No. 4 Heritage Christian Saturday.

Lawrenceburg freshman Holly Nutley (20) is mobbed by teammates after scoring the first goal in the No. 4 Lady Tigers' 3-1 (2 OT) Class A soccer semistate victory over No. 2 Heritage Christian Saturday at Evansville.

Tiger goalkeeper Lauren Kittle makes the save as she's assaulted in mid-air by Heritage Christian's Reyna Williams in Saturday's 3-1 double-overtime Class A girls soccer semistate victory. Emily Sampson (3), Rachel Magee (23) and Grace Weismiller (right) of LHS look on. 

Best Carpet for Pets LHS freshman Josie Denton (5, left) fights for the ball in front of the Gibson Southern goal in Saturday night's Class A girls soccer semistate championship match at Evansville North.


Junior Alley Schmidt (4) is congratulated after her penalty kick put Lawrenceburg girls soccer ahead for good in the second overtime of Saturday's 3-1 Class A soccer semistate victory over Heritage Christian.


Upgrade to Stainmaster TM pad at no additional charge with purchase of Stainmaster TM Carpet

TILE & CARPET, INC. (513) 367-2466

New Harrison Location!



YEARS in WESTERN HILLS 5282 Crookshank Rd at Anderson Ferry

between Jacks Pets & Buffalo Wild Wings on Biggs Blvd.

Outstanding Students of the Month Chosen for their commitment to community and to others. We thank you!

America’s Largest Replacement Window & Remodeling Company Premium

S$ idino.g**



s) (60 Month

Premium Windows $


(60 Month* s)

Call to schedule your in-home estimate today, and we’ll bring a variety of samples to choose from for FREE!

Call to schedule your FREE in-home estimate today!

(513) 921-4189 • (859) 594-4189 Color Palette CMYK: 0, 100, 36, 37

CMYK: 0, 8, 22, 56

RGB: 147, 22, 56


Hex #: 931638

Justice Doke is a senior studying Cosmetology. Justice is the daughter of Sarah Perkins and Christopher Doke of Dillsboro. Justice is currently in her 2nd year of the Cosmetology Program. The students and staff do many outreach projects throughout the year using their cosmetology skills. They host a “Wig Day” which allows any person fighting cancer to have their wigs styled by a professional. They have several cancer patients take advantage of this unique event. They go one step farther by holding fund raisers that benefit cancer research. The SCC Cosmetology Program also hosts a day when special needs students can take advantage of various services given by the SCC students. The cosmetology students not only learn hair techniques, but also learn to do manicures, pedicures, and make up applications. Seniors graduate from the program with the license they need to start working as a cosmetologist after graduation. Justice wants to attain a business degree from Vincennes University to he;p her start and run her own cosmetology business. Justice currently works at Bob Evans after school and on the weekends as a hostess. Justice enjoys building her lipstick collection and pursuing veganism. Thanks Justice for using your skills to comfort others by helping them feel better about themselves physically and emotionally! INDIANA

“Not only do we stand behind our windows, we stand on them!” John Oslica

Justice Doke

RGB: 140, 127, 112


Warm Grey 9 C

Hex #: 8C7F70


0 Down-7.99 APR *W.A.C. **Up to $10,000



DRIVING 8 7 7 - 6 6 7 - 5 1 0 1 - f r i e n d s h i p s t at e b a n k . co m - R E LY O N F R I E N D S H I P SCHOOL

Nick Redwine

Senior Nick Redwine, son of Terri and Charlie Redwine of Dillsboro, is our featured male student who attends the Southeastern Career Center. Nick is in his senior year studying in the Electrical Trades Program. Nick is a handy man and skilled at many aspects of the construction field. You can find him helping friends put new roofs on garages to cutting grass for others. Currently the SCC is adding a large addition to the school. The students in senior year of the program are actually doing the electrical work for the addition. They are ready to start that phase of the construction proper as soon as the building is secured and able to be locked. In the mean time you can find those students caring for the maintenance of the electric in the SCC building by replacing light ballasts, to fixing light switches and replacing or repairing faulty electrical outlets. Nick is planning to enroll in an apprenticeship after graduation to further his skills. He will be participating in a co-op program second semester of this year to gain on the job experience. Nick also works at Wayne’s Meats in Milan by doing maintenance on the farm, repairing fences and bailing hay. He enjoys hunting, fishing and riding quads in his spare time. Thanks Nick for using your skills to help others and for being part of the SCC addition that will benefit students for years to come!

Visit us now in... Equal Opportunity Lender


We’re your community bank - since 1912, and we are easy to reach. Come on in to any branch and talk to us about your banking needs, call 877-667-5101 for a real voice (no buttons to push!), or visit us online at


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER OCTOBER 31,27, 2013 2012 H.S. football 2013



■■C-51-Jarrod Schwenk 5-11 250 So. ■■G-66-Nate Knueven 6-2 210 Sr. ■■G-65-Jacob Steinmetz 6-1 230 So. ■■T-54-Blake Ashcraft 6-2 225 Sr. ■■T-77-Derek Cooper 6-1 312 Jr. ■■TE-3-Colton Hoog 6-1 180 Jr. ■■or-44-Nick Dressman 6-2 205 Sr. ■■X-14-Hunter Kammer 6-2 152 Jr. ■■Z-21-Zach Knueven 5-7 148 Sr. ■■QB-19-Luke Patton 5-11 164 So. ■■FB-38-Lucas Frick 5-8 170 Jr. ■■TB-27-Cade Knueven 5-11 180 Sr. ■■or-22-Andrew Keilholz 5-8 151 Jr.

■■C-51-Mitchell Blackwell 5-10 205 Sr. ■■G-61-Chris Scudder 5-7 215 Sr. ■■G-66-Tyler Gilles 6-1 260 So. ■■T-70-Ben Cox 5-10 205 So. ■■T-72-Cameron Clouse 6-2 240 Jr. ■■TE-36-Jarett Mohr 6-1 190 So. ■■SE-85-Mitch Orem 6-3 170 Jr. ■■WB-23-Gunner Spreece 5-8 150 Sr. ■■WB-84-Cody Curry 5-10 160 Jr. ■■QB-12-Jake Laker 6-1 170 Sr. ■■FB-22-Deshaun French 5-11 175 So.

OFFENSE Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.

■■DEFENSE ■■Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.

OFFENSE Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.

DEFENSE Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.

■■DT-41-Justin Day 5-8 180 Sr. ■■DT-75-Hunter Sanchez 5-11 255 Sr. ■■NT-57-Tim Dunn 5-10 202 Jr. ■■DE-53-Brandon French 6-0 ■■DT-50-T.J. Hamer 5-11 202 Sr. 205 Sr. ■■DT-59-Kyle Schuh 6-2 198 Sr. ■■DE-57-Alonzo Couch 6-3 180 ■■ILB-38-Lucas Frick 5-8 170 Jr. So. ■■ILB-82-Brendon Fisbeck 5-9 ■■LB-28-Kyle Uhls 5-10 165 Sr. 225 Sr. ■■LB-38-Jacob Day 5-8 180 Sr. ■■OLB-44-Nick Dressman 6-2 ■■LB-45-Wes Muse 5-8 185 Jr. 205 Sr. ■■SS-20-Mitchell Mathies 5-8 ■■OLB-45-Dustin Ward 6-0 170 So. 165 Sr. ■■BC-10-Jeff Case 5-10 171 Sr. ■■CB-10-Gage Seaborn 5-10 160 ■■FC-21-Zach Knueven 5-7 148 Jr. Sr. ■■CB-23-Gunner Speece 5-8 150 ■■SS-9-Luke Patton 5-11 164 So. Sr. ■■FS-5-Justin Stone 6-2 185 Jr. ■■FS-3-John Lux 6-1 170 Fr.

SPECIALISTS Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.

■■KO-91-Joe Brush 6-2 160 So. ■■K-1-Brett Mahoney 5-9 139 Sr. ■■P-89-Nolan Moser 6-1 163 So. ■■LS-49-Nick DeZarn 6-1 185 Sr. ■■KH-14-Hunter Kammer 6-2 152 Jr. ■■KR/PR-14-Hunter Kammer 6-2 152 Jr. ■■and-27-Cade Knueven 5-11 180 Sr. COACH - Justin Roden (1st year)

BEARS, From Page 1B

have a tremendous QB in Jake Laker, who has been at the helm for three years now. He is a threat to score at any time and has the potential to beat you deep with arm. The runningback, Gunner Speece, also provides big-play abilities. They have a solid offensive line that has great strength and has the athletic ability to get to the second level. On defense, they run a 4-3 scheme and are very physical. They will load the box this week and force us to throw the ball. It will be a battle up front on both sides of the ball. I do feel that special teams could be a huge factor this week. We will continue to do what we have always done here, and that’s play physical East Central football. Our goal is to win the game. If we have to throw it to do so, then so be it. We have two talented running backs and I would expect us to mix the run and pass this week. Cade’s work ethic is second to none. We tried to rest him and spots last week and he refused to come off the field. His energy and passion are contagious. I think the team has become numb to the all the injuries at this point. We just embraced the idea that it’s the next man in. It was nice to have him back in the lineup.” Patrick Parks, Shelbyville (19th year)- “(East Central is) still a physical team, just

SPECIALISTS Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.



EC’s Rauch still battling at Thomas More Staff Report

CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky. – Senior defensive back Adam Rauch (Yorkville, Ind./East Central H.S.) had six tackles (four solo, two assisted) in help boost Thomas More College football to a 44-7 Presidents’ Athletic Conference win over Grove City (Pa.) Saturday. TMC junior runningback Domonique Hayden set three school records


short, but you can’t argue with our effort. I am glad they gave all they had.” A big part SD girls' success this season came through the efforts of the four seniors: Crystal Nichols, Brittney Merida, Kadijah Hetzer, and Nicole Martini. “They each had some struggles early this season,” Baney said. “But the regional was a great way to finish their high school CC careers. Crystal has been such a great leader this season. Kadijah and Nicole have been with the program since seventh grade. Just when we thought it was time for Kadijah to have a huge race, she suffered a slight

in the Saints' win at The Bank of Kentucky Field. Hayden set a new school record for career rushing touchdowns with 49; rushing yards in a game, with 327; and all-purpose yards in a game, with 366. His 327 rushing yards also tied the PAC single-game record. With the win, the Saints improve to 6-1 overall and 5-1 in the PAC. With the loss, the Wolverines fall to 3-4

overall and 1-4 in the PAC. East Central graduates Tyler Lemmel (one solo tackles, two assists), Tyler Douthit (one rush attempt, three yards) and Trevor Meyer (offensive line) also saw action vs. Grove City. Thomas More returns to action this Saturday, Nov. 2, when it travels to Latrobe, Pa., to play Saint Vincent College. Kickoff is 1 p.m. at Chuck Noll Field.

hip injury and wasn’t able to finish-out the way she wanted. “Nicole had a great summer of training and had some lofty goals for the season. She was able to accomplish them. Merida had a huge breakout season this year. She won some medals and placed high in many meets.” Senior Lady Knights were supported by young talent in sophomores Erika Beil and Tate Adams, who provided the team with depth. “Erika is the model of consistency - always willing to do whatever you ask of her,” Baney said. “She's No. 2 all-time at SD and showed improvement with every meet. Tate Adams had a noteworthy season a year after tearing her Achilles tendon in her first meet as

a freshman. I think she finally realizes her potential.” Two more SD seniors were Andrew Bruner and Caleb Robbins. “Andrew came in this season after three years on varsity, but didn’t have the season he wanted. He was out for five weeks because of a foot injury, but I am so glad he was able to get one more race in. Robbins’ main sport is wrestling. So he began to run mainly to get in shape for that, but has learned CC and has had a great time. Hopefully we can get more wrestlers out for CC in the future.” South Dearborn cross country assistant coaches for 2013 were Amy Tush – former head coach at Northwestern University - Traci Adams and Carla Listerman.

■■K-5-Ty Johnson 6-1 150 So. ■■P-12-Jake Laker 6-1 170 Sr. ■■LS-51-Mitchell Blackwell 5-10 205 Sr. ■■PR-23-Gunner Speece 5-8 150 Sr. ■■KR-22-Deshaun French 5-11 175 So. ■■and-23-Gunner Speece 5-8 150 Sr. COACH – Patrick Parks (19th year)

not the same size as they are used to having. They still are very disciplined with what they do. They will try and do different things formationally to try and outnumber you at the point of attack. Defensively, they will get to the ball. In the films we have seen, they will get after you. We have to be on top of our game. They have tried to spread it out a little bit more at times, but their bread and butter is still physical football on both sides. Their runningback (Cade Knueven) is a nice player. He has good speed and runs physical. We have to get to him early and not let him get loose. They have a few other guys that, if they are able to outphysical you, they can make plays in the run game or the pass game. Defensively, they play well as a unit. They mix up their looks and attack the football. The outside linebacker, Dressman, is a hardnosed player. Defensively, we have played good team football. We are not very big, so we have to be disciplined in reading our keys and we have to tackle. Offensively, we have to run the football. Running the ball will open up the passing game. Our QB (Laker) and RB (French) have had solid a solid year. We need to get them going again for us to be successful. In our losses this year we were really outmanned. We faced four teams at the end of the year that were ranked in the top 10 of their class.”

It’s Time For The


Our Comfort Doctors can make sure your furnace is in perfect health to keep you comfortable in the cold days ahead.

513-829-4333 812-637-1875


To Schedule Your Furnace Physical & Ask About Fall Specials.



Upgrade to a high efficiency Furnace, Fall Specials make financing easy.



Check our reputation online:

Visit us online for more info or view our client testimonials.




H.S. cross country

  IHSAA BOYS SEMISTATE Saturday, October 26 At Carmel (5K – 3.1 miles)   TEAM SCORES (Top 6 to state finals): Carmel 57, Lawrence Noerth 79, Indpls. Brebeuf 128, Indpls. North Central 130, Zionsville 156, Westfield 158, Avon 182, Warren Central 221, Brownsburg 310, Franklin 316, Indpls. Ben Davis 354, Indpls. Ritter 356, Indpls. Roncalli 364, New Palestine 375, Franklin Central 378, Greenfield-Central 381, Shelbyville 396, South Dearborn 416, Greenwood 417, Center Grove 528   Top 10 individuals: 1. David Dalton (Greenwood) 15:33.5 2. Zach Snider (Brebeuf) 15:36.0 3. Ethan Hoeft (Lawrence No.)15:41.2 4. Jake Hanawalt (Lawrence No.) 15:42.2 5. Calvin Craft (Fishers) 15:42.8 6. Clayton Bowie (Southport) 15:44.2 7. James Huffman (N.Central) 15:45.8 8. Ben Veatch (Carmel) 15:48.9 9. Bobby Browning (Carmel) 15:52.2 10. Colin Rinne (Westfield) 15:53.7 Top 10 non-team qualifiers: 1. David Dalton (Greenwood) 15:33.5 5. Calvin Craft (Fishers) 15:42.8 6. Clayton Bowie (Southport) 15:44.2 12. Trevor Thompson (Fishers) 15:57.3 14. Drew Barclay (Hamilton SE) 16:00.9 15. Seth Eagleson (New Palestine) 16:02 17. Stephen Cho (Hamilton SE) 16:05.1 18. Presley Martin (Avon) 16:09.8 19. Isaiah White (Perry Meridian) 16:10.5 25. Chris Johnson (Franklin) 16:16.1  Area teams: SOUTH DEARBORN (416) 40. Joe Rector 16:40.8, 74. Dustin Beach 17:18.9, 93. D.J. Sander 17:40.4, 101. Jarod Davis 17:57.4, 108. Jacob Lane18:07.2, 110. Nolan Bridges 18:11.3, 135. Sean Groves 18:52.8 Area individuals: 48. Curtis Eckstein (Oldenburg Academy) 16:37 86. Matthew Hill (Connersville) 17:11.4 103. Austin Allen (South Ripley) 17:23.1 131. Justin Fledderman (Oldenburg Academy) 17:47.2 137. Peyton Buening (Greensburg) 17:54.8    IHSAA GIRLS SEMISTATE Saturday, October 26 At Carmel (5K – 3.1 miles)   TEAM SCORES (Top 6 to state finals): Carmel 52, Hamilton SE61, Avon 110, Zionsville 133, Franklin Central 158, Westfield 164, Fishers 191, Oldenburg Academy 200, Warren Central 268, Center Grove 285, Indpls. Pike 292, Greenwood 298, Noblesville 339, Plainfield 374, Mooresville 416, Brownsburg 450, Connersville 485, Batesville 486, New Palestine 541, Indpls. Roncalli 565   Top 10 individuals: 1. Kelcy Welch (Carmel) 17:35.7 2. Mary Abramson (Avon) 17:44.9 3. Rachel Nichwitz (Hamilton SE) 18:10.4 4. Sarah Billingsley (Olden-

burg) 18:16.3 5. Alexandra Dalton (Greenwood) 18:17.6 6. Haley Harris (Carmel) 18:22.2 7. Taylor Nicholson (Avon) 18:24.7 8. Jessica King (Hamilton SE) 18:32.1 9. Courtney Pfanstiel (Hamilton SE) 18:42.5 10. Katherine Free (Cathedral) 18:47.0   Top 10 non-team qualifiers: 4. Sarah Billingsley (Oldenburg) 18:16.3 5. Alexandra Dalton (Greenwood) 18:17.6 10. Katherine Free (Cathedral) 18:47.0 16. Samantha Woodford (Plainfield) 19:02.5 17. Danielle Muse (Whiteland) 19:05.3 18. Delaney Bucker (Southport) 19:06.0 19. Kaitlin Wells (Warren Cent.) 19:06.4 21. Constance Hope Jones (Warren Cent.) 19:10.6 23. Abby Horn (Fishers) 19:11.7 27. Kieran Casey (Perry Meridian) 19:17.  Area teams: OLDENBURG ACADEMY (200) – 4. Sarah Billingsley 18:16.3 , 43.Ashley Sedler 19:53.2, 46. Meredith Maier 20:00.8, 53. Rachel Billingsley 20:08.1, 54. Kirsten Ricke 20:09.0, 62. Haleigh Reed 20:13.1, 99. Madelyn Maier 21:27.0 CONNERSVILLE (485) – 79. Courtney Phillips 20:41.9, 87. Morgan Hamilton 20:57.8, 98. Sarah Repp 21:26.1, 104. Morgan West 21:40.2, 117. Emma Ross 22:10.2, 128. Megan McNally 23:13.5, 136. Kyla Russell 24:02.1 BATESVILLE (486) – 75. Kelsey Gausman 20:37.8, 85. Grace Yeaton 20:53.0, 101. Mary Poltrack 21:35.2, 110. Sarah Poltrack 21:47.1, 115. Maria Wessel 22:07.2, 137. Kylie Lehman 24:05.0, 140. Elizabeth Cuttle 24:33.8 Area individuals: 28. Megan Hoover (North Decatur) 19:18.2 58. Kayla Fogg (Rushville) 20:01.5 77. Shelby Pake (Greensburg) 20:18.5 86. Kinzie Scott (Rising Sun) 20:30.0   

CLASS 4A – SECTIONAL 23 Team W-L Class OA DA Columbus East 10-0 3-0 54.7 12.0 EAST CENTRAL 4-6 4-0 25.5 28.4 Greenwood 5-5 2-1 23.5 27.7 Shelbyville 5-5 4-2 21.4 24.9 * Madison 4-6 2-2 21.1 25.6 * Franklin County 3-7 3-3 27.6 33.6 * Connersville 2-8 2-3 18.1 26.7 * SO.DEARBORN 0-10 0-6 16.1 52.4 * - Eliminated from playoffs

Trivia Q: Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton hooked up with wide receiver Marvin Jones for four of his five touchdown passes in Sunday’s 49-9 rout of the New York Jets. What is the NFL record for touchdown catches in a single game? A: Five, a record shared by 49ers Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice (1990), Chargers tight end Kellen Winslow (1981) and Chicago Cardinals tight end Bob Shaw (1950).


Schmidt 8/352/44.0. KICK RETURNS – SD: Probst 4 ret./136 yds./TD, Sterling 3/38, Proctor 1/12. GW: Sutton 2/53. DEFENSE – SD: Carpenter 6 solo tackles/2 assists, A.Lane 2/2/2 tackles for loss, Sterling 3/3/TFL, Terrell 1/6/TFL, Rudisell 5/1, Disbro 3/4, D.Lane 3/2, Neff 2/3, Probst 1/2, England pass breakup, Elza 0/1, Lusby 0/1, Yauch 0/1.     

H.S. volleyball

Hauser 25-21-25-28, South Decatur 13-25-18-26, final  CLASS 2A – SECTIONAL 25 At Southwestern (Hanover) Thursday, October 24 Southwestern 20-25-25-24-15, Milan 25-8-16-26-10 Switzerland Co. 25-25-21-25, South Ripley 16-20-25-22 Saturday, October 26 Southwestern 25-25-25, Switzerland Co. 23-13-12 North Decatur 25-25-25, Austin 23-17-14 North Decatur 25-25-20-25, Southwestern 17-19-25-17, final    IHSAA REGIONALS Tuesday, October 29 CLASS 4A at Center Grove Columbus East 25-25-25, Center Grove 21-23-23 CLASS 3A at Batesville Brownstown Central 20-25-2225-15, Batesville 25-21-25-1212 CLASS 2A at North Decatur Providence 25-25-25, North Decatur 8-11-11 CLASS A at Indpls. Lutheran Indpls. Lutheran 25-25-25, Hauser 18-15-16    

  Class 4A – Sectional 23 IHSAA SECTIONALS  First Round OCTOBER 22-26 Woodmen 48,   Knights 32 CLASS 4A – SECTIONAL 14 Friday, October 25 At Bloomington North At Greenwood Thursday, October 24   Columbus East 25-25-25, South Dearborn 6 7 0 19 – 32 EAST CENTRAL 18-16-4 1959 – On Halloween Greenwood 27 14 0 7 – 48 Saturday, October 26 night, halfback Billy Cannon   Columbus North 25-25-25, lifts LSU to a 7-3 victory Scoring: Bloomington South 22-16-22 over Mississippi at Tiger StaGW -1Q – 10:34 – Austin Columbus East 25-25-25, dium in Baton Rouge with a Montgomery 8-yard run, kick Bloomington North 10-10-22 failed (GW 6-0) breathtaking 89-yard punt Columbus East 25-25-25, CoGW – 1Q – 8:38 – Montgomreturn. The Rebels carry a lumbus North 11-11-22,final ery 9-yard run, Spencer 3-0 advantage into the fourth CLASS 3A – SECTIONAL 29 Schmidt kick (GW 13-0) quarter of this intense defen- At Batesville SD – 1Q – 6:51 – Evan OatThursday, October 24 sive battle. With 10 minutes man to Corey Frazer 60-yard Franklin County 14-25-25-25, left, Cannon fields a bouncpass, kick failed (GW 13-6) Greensburg 25-18-23-14   ing punt at the Louisiana GW – 1Q – 6:28 – MontgomBatesville 25-21-25-25-15, IHSAA STATE FINALS State 11-yard line, absorbs ery 34-yard run, Schmidt kick LAWRENCEBURG 27-25-14Saturday, November 2 several hits from the first (GW 20-6) 18-12 At Michael A. Carroll Stadium, wave of tacklers, and sudGW – 1Q – 4:36 – John GallSaturday, October 26 IUPUI, Indianapolis man 41-yard punt return, denly breaks free to race up Batesville 25-25-25, Franklin CLASS A: West Lafayette (14Schmidt kick (GW 27-6) the right sideline to the end County 8-21-11 7) vs. Gibson Southern (16-3GW – 2Q – 8:18 – Gallman 46- zone. Cannon, who was a Rushville 25-25-25, SOUTH 2), 10:30 a.m. yard run, Schmidt kick (GW DEARBORN 14-19-16 CLASS 2A: Fishers (16-2-3) consensus All-American in 34-6) both 1958 and 1959, will win Batesville 25-25-25, Rushville vs. Avon (17-2-3), 3:30 p.m. GW – 2Q – 4:38 – Tanner 14-16-11, final    Skeel 1-yard run, Schmidt kick the ‘59 Heisman Trophy. “Ev- CLASS A – SECTIONAL 60 erybody’s All-American,” a (GW 41-6) At Hauser 1988 movie starring Dennis SD – 2Q – 1:31 – Oatman to Thursday, October 24   Quaid, will be loosely based K.J. Probst 20-yard pass, TanOldenburg Academy 25-25-21- IHSAA STATE FINALS ner Anderson kick (GW 41-13) on Cannon’s story. Some 28, RISING SUN 22-22-25-18 GW – 4Q – 9:18 – Joe Vanscenes are filmed at halftime Hauser 25-25-25, Jac-Cen-Del Saturday, November 2 At Michael A. Carroll Stadium, Dyke 14-yard run, Schmidt of the 1987 LSU-Alabama 23-14-22 IUPUI, Indianapolis kick (GW 48-13) game. Saturday, October 26 CLASS A: Providence (15-6-2) SD – 4Q – 9:02 – Probst 87Hauser 25-25-25, Oldenburg vs. Guerin Catholic (17-2-3), 1 yard kickoff return, kick failed Academy 13-20-14 p.m. (GW 48-19) South Decatur 25-25-25,Madi- CLASS 2A: Avon (22-0-1) vs. USA Olympic marathon SD – 4Q – 7:35 – Oatman to son Shawe 12-5-13. Crown Point (20-0-1), 6 p.m. Probst 45-yard pass, Chandler champion Frank Shorter, born 1947. Red Sox first Hoskins kick (GW 48-26) SD – 4Q – 0:00 – Oatman to baseman Mike Napoli, born Josh Proctor 20-yard pass, no 1981. kick (GW 48-32  Team statistics: SD GW 4/50/3 TD, Skeel 5/15/TD, First Downs 10 12 Gallman 4/80/TD, Stout 6/42, Rushing Att./Yds. 19/52 Van Dyke 7/18 43/291 PASSING – SD: Oatman 16 Passing Yards 251 23 compl./29 att./251 yds./4 TD/0 Pass Compl./Att./Int. 16/29/0 Int. GW: Skeel 1/4/23 yds./0 1/4/0 TD/0 Int. Total Offense 280 313 RECEIVING – SD: Probst 8 Offensive Plays 48 47   rec./113 yds./2 TD, Proctor Fumbles/Lost 0/0 0/0 IHSAA SECTIONALS 5/72/TD, Frazer 1/60/TD, Punts/Avg. 4/35.2 1/32.0 First Round Yauch 1/5, Hopkins 1/1. GW: Punt Returns/Yds. 0/0 0/0 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25  Kick Returns/Yds. 8/186 2/53 Cravens 1/23. Class 4A – Sectional 23 PUNTING – SD: Anderson 4 Wed - Thurs 11am - 9pm • Fri - Sat 11am -10pm Shelbyville 33, Franklin County Penalties/Yards 4/30 4/30 att./141 yds./35.25 avg. GW: Individual statistics: 329 Second St. • Aurora, IN 7 Wituszynski 1/32/32.0. EAST CENTRAL 28, Conners- RUSHING – SD: Proctor 13 att./62 yds., Probst 3/-3, Oat- KICKOFFS – SD: Anderson 5 ville 8 att./114 yds./22.8 avg. GW: Columbus East 55, Madison 6 man 3/-7. GW: Montgomery Greenwood 48, SOUTH DEARBORN 32  Class 3A – Sectional 30 Indpls. Marshall 32, Greensburg 27 Guerin Catholic 31, Rushville 0 Indian Creek 17, Batesville 14 Hamilton Hts. 55, LAWRENCEBURG 7  Class 2A – Sectional 39 Paoli 54, Eastern (Pekin) 16 Clarksville 42, Crawford County 38 Triton Central 35, MILAN 0. Providence 56, Indpls. Manual 6   Semifinal Round FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1  Class 4A – Sectional 23 Shelbyville (5-5) at EAST CENTRAL (4-6), 7 p.m. Greenwood (5-5) at Columbus East (10-0)  Class 3A – Sectional 30 Guerin Catholic (3-7) at Indpls. Marshall (6-3) Hamilton Hts. (8-2) at Indian Creek (8-2)  c/o Brooke Thies Class 2A – Sectional 39 Clarksville (1-9) at Paoli (8-2) Register Publications Providence (7-3) at Triton Central (8-2) P.O. Box 4128    FOOTBALL SECTIONAL Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 STANDINGS (1st Round – October 25) Or stop by our office at 126 W. High Street in Lawrenceburg.  

Today in

H.S. girls soccer

H.S. boys soccer


Cooking for a party can be scary.

Let us cater your Spooktacular Halloween Party

H.S. football

Saturday, November 9 Memories Supper Club Presents Tommy Brough's

Neil Diamond Tribute

performing live with “The Memory Lane Show Band”


Doors Open at 6:00pm Show at 8:00pm Tickets $25 / General Admission $30 per / Stage Front Includes Buffet Dinner from 6:30pm-7:45pm Reservations Required Call (513) 367-2555

We Deliver on Halloween!


WARM THE CHILDREN Providing New Winter Clothing For Needy Children Winter weather is just around the corner and children in Dearborn County need your help!

How can I help, you ask?

It’s easy! Please fill out the form below indicating how you would like to help children in need this year and submit it to:


You can also reach our office at 812-537-0063 for information or questions, or to sign up to be a volunteer shopper.

* Families interested in receiving help must contact Kimberly Elliot at SIEOC 812-926-1585 or toll free at 888-292-5475 or visit 110 Importing St, Aurora, IN 47001. Enclosed is my donation to WARM THE






include my name in the published list of donors (Circle One)

YES ! I would like to make a donation and be a volunteer shopper. YES ! I would like to make a donation only. Please make check payable to Warm the Children. Donations are tax deductible.


LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of the Sun man-Dearborn Community Schools, Dearborn and Ripley County, Indiana that the proper legal officers will consider the following additional appropriations in excess of the budget for the current year at their regular meeting place East Central High School at 7:00 oʼclock P.M. on the 14th day of November, 2013. Fund Name: Debt Service Amount Major Budget Classification: Requested Personal Services 0.00 Supplies 0.00 Other Services & Charges 0.00 Township Assistance 0.00 Debt Service 115,000.00 Capital Outlays 0.00 $115,000.00 Total for Debt Service Fund Taxpayers appearing at the meeting shall have a right to be heard. The additional appropriations as finally made will be referred to the Department of Local Government Finance ("DLGF"). The DLGF will make a written determination as to the sufficiency of funds to support the· appropriations made within fifteen (15) days of receipt of a Certified Copy of the action taken. Dated: November 14, 2013 Charles Blake Director of Financial Operations 41604 C-10-31-R-1t hspaxlp LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING INDIANA UTILITY REGULATORY COMMISSION CAUSE NO. 37447-GCA119 PETITION OF AURORA MUNICIPAL GAS UTILITY FOR APPROVAL OF GAS COST ADJUSTMENT TO BE APPLICABLE IN THE MONTHS OF NOVEMBER, DECEMBER, 2013 AND JANUARY, 2014 PURSUANT TO I.C. 8-1-2-42, P.L. 43-1983 Notice is hereby given that the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission will conduct a public Evidentiary Hearing in the above-captioned Cause in the IURC Conference Center, Suite 220, Judicial Courtroom 224 of the PNC Center, 101 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, commencing at 10:00 AM, local time, on Tuesday, November 12, 2013. This hearing is open to the public. If an accommodation is required to allow an individual with a disability to participate, please contact the Office of the Executive Secretary of the IURC at (317) 232-2701 or TDD (317) 232-8556 at least 48 hours in advance. INDIANA UTILITY REGULATORY COMMISSION OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY (317) 232-2701 BY: IURC - (LORAINE SEYFRIED) C-10-29-JP-1t 41606 C-10-31-R-1t hspaxlp NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Estate No. 15C01-1310-EU-061 In the Dearborn Circuit Court, Dearborn County, Indiana; Notice is hereby given that Allan W. Cornelius and Elizabeth A. Cornelius were on the 11th day of October, 2013, appointed Co-Personal Representatives under the Last Will and Testament and for the Estate of Ruth E. Cornelius, deceased. All persons having claims against said Estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within three (3) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Lawrenceburg, Indiana, this 15th day of October, 2013. Richard M. Probst,Clerk Dearborn Circuit Court Douglas R. Denmure, Attorney 402 Second St. - P.O. Box 36 Aurora IN 47001 812-926-1227 41512 C-10-31-R-3t hspaxlp NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Estate No. 15C01-1309-EU-059 In the Dearborn Circuit Court, Dearborn County, Indiana; Notice is hereby given that Tina M. Cheek was on the 1st day of October, 2013, appointed Personal Representative of the Last Will and Testament and the Estate of Mary C. Guss, deceased. All persons having claims against said Estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within three (3) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Lawrenceburg, Indiana, this 4th day of October, 2013. Richard M. Probst,Clerk Dearborn Circuit Court Douglas R. Denmure, Attorney 402 Second St. - P.O. Box 36 Aurora IN 47001 812-926-1227 41200 P-10-17-R-3t hspaxlp IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF DEARBORN COUNTY GENERAL TERM, 2013 Cause No. 15C01-1308-ES-31 IN THE MATTER OF THE SUPERVISED ESTATE OF RUTH E. READE, Deceased NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that Lawrence B. Cripe was on the 26th day of August, 2013, appointed: Executor of the Estate of the Will of Ruth E. Reade, De ceased. All persons having claims against said Estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within three months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Lawrenceburg, Indiana, this 26th day of August, 2013. Richard M. Probst Clerk of the Dearborn Circuit Court Dearborn County, Indiana Joseph W. Votaw,III, #630-15 VOTAW & SCHWARZ 60 East High Street Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 (812) 537-4500 41511 C-10-31-R-3t hspaxlp PUBLIC NOTICE The personal property of Terry Miller, stored in unit #080 at Greendale Self Storage, 500 Craig Avenue, will be auctioned to the public to satisfy the owner's lien. Auction will be held Monday, November 11, 2013 @ 5:30 p.m. local time at The Napoleon Auction House, U.S. 421, Napoleon, IN 47034. 41695 C-10-31-R-1t hspaxlp PUBLIC NOTICE The personal property of Deborah Greenlee-Murrell, stored in unit #065 at Greendale Self Storage, 500 Craig Avenue, will be auctioned to the public to satisfy the owner's lien. Auction will be held Monday, November 11, 2013 @ 5:30 p.m. local time at The Napoleon Auction House, U.S. 421, Napoleon, IN 47034. 41694 C-10-31-R-1t hspaxlp PUBLIC NOTICE C radles to Crayons a licensed child care provider doing business at 575 Rudolph Way, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 has been issued a probationary license effective 10/22/2013 to 1/31/2014. A probationary li cense means the provider is temporarily unable to meet the requirements listed below. A probationary license was issued due to noncompliance of the following licensing laws/regulations(s): 470 IAC 3-4.7-48(e): All children shall be under the direct supervision of a responsible caregiver at all times. 470 IAC 3-4.7-48(h): The director or person in charge shall correct child/staff ratios immediately. 470 IAC 3-4.7-55(a)(3): Any person, while on child care center premises, shall not engage in or direct any of the following actions toward children: Cruel, harsh, unusual, humiliating, or frightening methods of discipline, including threatening the use of physical punishment 41661 C-10-29-J-1t hspaxlp C-10-31-R-1t

THE DEARBORN COUNTY REGISTER LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Alcoholic Beverage Board of Dearborn County, Indiana, will hold a public hearing at 1:00 PM on Nov. 19, 2013, at the County Administration Bldg 215B W High St Commissioners Room #303 in the city of Lawrenceburg in said county, to investigate the propriety of holding an alcoholic beverage permit by the applicants listed herein to wit: DL 1508780 BEER & WINE DEALER - GROCERY STORE RENEWAL SPEEDWAY LLC 1113 W EADS PARKWAY LAWRENCEBURG IN D/B/A SPEEDWAY 9638 DAIVD BALL 5560 ENON XENIA PIKE FAIRBORN, SECRETARY ANTHONY KENNEY 10623 SUNDERLAND WOODS CT CENTERVILLE, PRESIDENT DL 1511804 BEER WINE & LIQUOR - PACKAGE STORE RENEWAL DEARBORN LIQUOR GROUP INC 120 WEST EADS PARKWAY LAWRENCEBURG IN D/B/A WHITEY'S JAMES SCHWIER 2151 ARROWHEAD LANE LAWRENCEBURG, PRESIDENT DAVID P LOREY 708 RIDGE AVE GREENDALE, SECRETARY DL 1520617 BEER & WINE DEALER - GROCERY STORE RENEWAL TFP, INC. 24486 STATE LINE RD. (BRIGHT) LAWRENCEBURG IN D/B/A TEDESCO'S MARY SUE BROWN 2081 E CO RD 750 N SPRINGPORT, SECRETARY CHRISTINA J COUCH 12304 SPARTA PIKE MOORES HILL, PRESIDENT DL 1590356 BEER & WINE DEALER - GROCERY STORE RENEWAL JAY OIL INC 10477 ST RD 48 AURORA IN D/B/A MANCHESTER FOOD MART DIPAK PATEL 459 BIELBY RD BR1644826 LAW RENCEBURG, PRESIDENT DIPAK PATEL 459 BIELBY RD LAWRENCEBURG, SECRETARY RC1501991 BEER WINE & LIQUOR - FRATERNAL CLUB RENEWAL FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES 2022 3RD & WATER AURORA IN D/B/A EAGLES #2022 RR1505979 BEER WINE & LIQUOR - RESTAURANT (210) RENEWAL ST. LEON TAVERN INC 28920 ST RD #1 (ST.LEON) PO WEST HARRISON IN D/B/A MARl SCHUMAN 523i ST RD 46 BROOKViU.E, PRESIDENT LAWRENCE SCHUMAN 8231 ST RD 46 BROOKVILLE, SECRETARY RR1519997 BEER WINE & LIQUOR - RESTAURANT (210-1) RENEWAL THE COTTAGE 145 W CONWELL ST AURORA IN D/B/A THE COTTAGE Alcohol and Tobacco Commission 41454 C-10-31-R-1t hspaxlp IN THE DEARBORN CIRCUIT COURT CASE NO. 15C01-1308-MI-044 STATE OF INDIANA COUNTYOF DEARBORN IN RE CHANGE OF NAME OF MINOR: Mason Dean Knapp Courtney E. Ross Petitioner. NOTICE OF HEARING Notice is hereby given that Petitioner Courtney E. Ross, pro se, filed a Verified Petition for Change of Name of Minor to change the name of minor child from Mason Dean Knapp to Mason Dean Ross. The petition is scheduled for hearing in the Dearborn Circuit Court on November 19, 2013, at 3:15 oʼclock p.m. which is more than thirty (30) days after the third notice of publication. Any person has the right to appear and to file written objections on or before the hearing date. The parties shall report to Dearborn County Circuit Court, 215 E. High St, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025. Date: October 10, 2013 Richard M. Probst CLERK DEARBORN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT

IN THE DEARBORN CIRCUIT COURT CASE NO. 15C01-1308-MI-044 STATE OF INDIANA COUNTYOF DEARBORN IN RE CHANGE OF NAME OF MINOR: Mason Dean Knapp Courtney E. Ross Petitioner. VERIFIED PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME OF MINOR Petitioner, Courtney Elizabeth Ross, pro se, re spectfully petitions this court to change the name of the above-noted child. In support of this Petition, Petitioner states as follows: 1. Petitioner is the father/mother/guardian of the child whose name is sought to be changed. 2. The written consent of the non-petitioning parent or guardian for the name change of the minor child is not required under I.C.31-19-9. 3. The childʼs current name is: Mason Dean Knapp. 4. The childʼs date of birth is: 05/16/2006. 5. The childʼs mailing address is: 127 Lincoln Street, Aurora, IN 47001. And, if different, my residence address is: N/A 6. That the childʼs Indiana driver's license number/Indiana identification card number is ----- ; and I will bring the childʼs Indiana driver's license or identification card to my Change of Name Hearing for verification. 7. The following is a list of all the previous names of the child: Mason Dean Knapp 8. The child does not hold a valid United States passport. Proof that the child is a United States citizen is Birth Certificate. I will bring this document to the Change of Name Hearing for verification. 9. That the following judgments of criminal conviction of a felony under the laws of any state or the United States have been entered against the child, or I have stated immediately below that the child has no felony convictions: No Felony Conviction. 10. That changing the childʼs name is not an effort to defraud creditors. 11. That notice of the request for name change has been published in a local publication as required by law, and will be brought to the Change of Name hearing. 12. That the child is not confined to a Department of correction facility or a sex or violent offender who is required to register under I.C. 11-8-8. 13. That pursuant to Indiana Code 34-28-2-1, I petition this court to change the childʼs name. Pursuant to Indiana Code 34-28-2-2(b), the reason the change of the childʼs name is: His biological father hasnʼt taken any responsibility for him. I want him to have a name that he can respect. 14. That I request the childʼs name be changed to: Mason Dean Ross. 15. I request this Court to set a hearing to consider the Petition for Name Change of Minor Child. WHEREFORE, I respectfully request that this Court grant this Petition for Name Change of a Minor, and for all other just and proper relief. I affirm under the penalties of perjury that the foregoing representations are true. Courtney E. Ross, 127 Lincoln Street, Aurora, IN 47001. Richard M. Probst CLERK DEARBORN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 41196 P-10-17-R-3t hspaxlp IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF DEARBORN COUNTY GENERAL TERM, 2013 Cause No. 15C01-1310-ES-36 IN THE MATTER OF THE SUPERVISED ESTATE OF JERALD L. RAMEY, Deceased NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that Janice Vinson was on the 22nd day of October, 2013, appointed: Executix of the Will of Jerald L. Ramey, Deceased. All persons having claims against said Estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within three months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Lawrenceburg, Indiana, this 22nd day of October, 2013. Richard M. Probst Clerk of the Dearborn Circuit Court Dearborn County, Indiana Joseph W. Votaw,III, #630-15 VOTAW & SCHWARZ 60 East High Street Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 (812) 537-4500 41521 C-10-31-R-3t hspaxlp

NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of Moores Hill Town, Dearborn County, Indiana that the proper legal officers will consider the following additional appropriations in excess of the budget for the current year at their regular meeting place at Moores Hill Town Hall, at 2:00 o'clock pm, on the 11th day of November, 2013. Fund Name: Amount Major Budget Classification: 10000 Personal Services $0 20000 Supplies $0 30000 Other Svcs & Chgs $0 40000 Capital Outlays $0 Total for Fund $0 Fund Name: MVH Amount Major Budget Classification: 10000 Personal Services $ 2,000 20000 Supplies $0 30000 Other Svcs & Chgs $0 40000 Capital Outlays $0 Total for MVH Fund $ 2,000 Tax payers appearing at the meeting shall have a right to be heard. The additional appropriations as finally made will be referred to the Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF). The DLGF will make a written determination as to the sufficiency of funds to support the appropriations made within fifteen (15) days of receipt of a Certified Copy of the action taken. Dated 10-18-2013 Guinevere Emery, Fiscal Officer C-10-29-JP-1t 41478 C-10-31-R-1t hspaxlp IN THE DEARBORN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY OF DEARBORN STATE OF INDIANA ESTATE DOCKET 15C01-1310-EU-060 IN THE MATTER OF THE UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESTATE OF MARGARET E. DOOLING, DECEASED NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF DEARBORN COUNTY, INDIANA. In the matter of the Estate of Margaret E. Dooling, deceased. Cause Number 15C01-1310-EU-060 Notice is hereby given that on the 17th day of OCTOBER, 2013, Justyn Anderson and Michelle Dobkins were appointed co-personal representatives of the estate of Margaret E. Dooling, deceased, who died on September 4, 2013. All persons having claims against this estate, whether or not now due, must file the claim in the office of the Clerk of this Court within five (5) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or within one (1) year after the decedentʼs death, whichever is earlier, or the claims will be forever barred. Dated at Lawrenceburg, Indiana, this 18th day of October, 2013. Richard M. Probst, Clerk DEARBORN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT Deborah L. McKenery 106 Harrison Avenue Harrison, OH 45030 (513) 367-6133 (513) 367-7801 fax 41522 C-10-31-R-3t hspaxlp NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Cause No. l5C01-1310-ES- 033 In the Circuit Court of Dearborn County, Indiana. Notice is hereby given that Jerry Zapf was on September 9, 2013 appointed Administrator of the Estate of Jill M. Foster, deceased. All persons having claims against said Estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within three months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Lawrenceburg, Indiana this 9th day of October, 2013 Richard M. Probst, Clerk Dearborn Circuit Court David L. Zerbe Zerbe Garner Miller & Blondell LLC 15 W. Center Street, Suite 100 Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 41198 P-10-17-R-3t hspaxlp IN THE DEARBORN CIRCUIT COURT GENERAL TERM, 2013 CAUSE NO. 15CO1-1309-EU-56 STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF DEARBORN ) SS: IN THE MATTER OF THE UNSUPERVISED ESTATE OF NORMAN A. SORGE NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION NOTICE is hereby given that on the 13th day of September, 2013, GARY W. SORGE was appointed Personal Representative and Executor of the Estate of NORMAN A. SORGE, deceased, who died on the 10th day of April, 2013. All persons having claims against this estate, whether or not now due, must file the claim in the office of the Clerk of this Court within three (3) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or within one (1) year after the decedent's death, whichever is earlier, or the claims will be forever barred. Dated at Lawrenceburg, Indiana, this 8th day of October, 2013. Richard M. Probst CLERK, DEARBORN CIRCUIT COURT GARY W. SORGE Attorney at Law 204 Short Street Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025 (812) 537-2300 41134 C-10-17-R-3t hspaxlp

NOTICE TO BIDDERS The City of Greendale Unsafe Building Commission is requesting sealed bids to demolish and remove the single family residence at 13 Kansas Street, Greendale IN. Sealed bids are due by November 13, 2013 5:00 pm at the City of Greendale Utility Office at 510 Ridge Ave, Greendale IN, 47025. The house is a two story, wood frame and is approximately 1766 square feet. Please call Steve Lampert the Unsafe Building Administration Officer for a bid package at 812 537 2125 C-10-22-JP-1t 41340 C-10-31-R-1t hspaxlp LEGAL NOTICE OF SELF STORAGE SALE The following personal property stored in the renter's rented space will be sold to satisfy the owner's lien. The sale will take place at the Valley Store and Lock, located at 110 Indiana Ave, Aurora, IN 47001 on November 16, 2013 at 10:30 am. This sale may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Certain terms and conditions apply. Sale will be cash only. The contents of the following renter's rental storage units wiil be auctioned off to satisfy the owner's lien: Bin A-15 Frank Culbertson Bin A-37 Felicia Brightwell Bin B-12 Christopher Hermann Bin C-13 Clarissa McMurray Bin C-15 James Henderson Bin C-36 Doug Fay Bin C-22 James Demangone Bin D-15 Gene Stanley Bin D-23 David Helmig Bin D-34 Robert Campbell Bin E-15 Joe Heinzmann Bin F- 2 Steven Rekowski Bin H- 7 Robert Campbell Bin H-23 Jackie Jones C-10-31-R-1t 41608 C-11-5-JP-1t hspaxlp

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me di rected from the Clerk of Circuit Court of Dearborn County, Indiana, in Cause No. 15C01-1305-MF-000099 wherein Wells Fargo Financial Indiana, Inc. was Plaintiff, and Lisa A. Flynn; Douglas P. Flynn; were Defendants, requiring me to make the sum as provided for in said Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on the 21st day of November, 2013, at the hour of 1:30 PM or as soon thereafter as is possible, at 301 W. High St., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Dearborn County, Indiana. Lot Number Two Hundred Sixteen (216) as marked and designated on the recorded plat of Picnic Woods, Section 9 as recorded in Plat Cabinet 2, Slide 227 of the Records of Dearborn County, Indiana, being part of the North One-Half of Section 3,

47025, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Dearborn County, Indiana. PAGE 5B Lot Number Two Hundred Sixteen (216) as marked and designated on the recorded plat of Picnic Woods, Section 9 as recorded in Plat Cabinet 2, Slide 227 of the Records of Dearborn County, Indiana, being part of the North One-Half of Section 3, Township 6 North, Range 1 West of the First Principal Meridian located in Miller Township, Dearborn County, Indiana. More commonly known as: 2462 Judd Drive, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025-9718 Parcel No.: 15-06-03-103-001.107-020 Together with rents, issues, income, and profits thereof, said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. Michael R. Kreinhop Sheriff of Dearborn County Miller Township The Sheriff's Department does not warrant the accuracy of the street address published herein. Plaintiff Attorney ATTORNEY NO. 1012094 Unterberg & Associates, P.C. 8050 Cleveland Place Merrillville, IN 46410 (219) 736-5579 NOTICE This communication is from a Debt Collector. This is an attempt to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. 41007 C-10-17-R-3t hspaxlp NOTICE OF SHERIFFʼS SALE TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES: By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me di rected from the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dearborn County, Indiana, in Cause No. 15C01-1104-MF-63 wherein DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, was Plaintiff, and ANDREW C. STAMP, et al were the Defendants, requiring me to make the sum as provided for in said Decree with interest and costs, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on the 21st day of No vember, 2013, at the hour of 1:30 P.M., or as soon thereafter as is possible, at Dearborn County Jail; 301 W. High Street; Lawrenceburg, IN in Dearborn County, Indiana, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Dearborn County, Indiana.   Part of Section 10, Township 5 North, Range 1 West, lying in the Town of Greendale, bounded as follows: Commencing on the West side of Nowlin Avenue at the Northeast corner of a tract sold by the late Julius Schwing to Stanley and Hazel Lo naker: and 112 feet North from the Northeast corner of Diahl Acres Subdivision in Greendale; (The foregoing portion of the description is quoted from Deed Record 171, page 408) to the point of beginning of this description, Said point of beginning being the southeast corner of this parcel, thence West 175 feet to an Iron Pipe and the Southwest corner of this parcel, thence North 50.00 feet to an Iron Pin, Said point being the Northwest corner of this parcel, thence East 175 feet to an Iron Pin, said point being the Northeast corner of this parcel, thence South 50.00 feet to the point of beginning. Being part of the same real estate conveyed by Miller to Abner by deed October 20, 1973 and recorded in Deed Record 163, page 514 in the Recorder's office of Dearborn County, Indiana. (Description by William P, McGrath, L. S. 12970). Being the same property conveyed from Millard Scudder, Inc, to Engene Ortman and Devota M. Ortman, husband and wife by deed dated 09-03-76 and recorded 09-03-76 in Deed Book 174, page 454, in the Office of the Re corder of Dearborn County, Indiana. Being the same property devised through the Affidavit to Transfer Real Estate from Eugene Ortman and Devota M. Ortman, husband and wife to Eugene Ortman by Affidavit dated 06-03-92 and recorded 06-04-92 as Instrument No. 1461 and in Volume 9, page 617 in the Office of the Recorder of Dearborn County, Indiana. Devota M. Ortman reportedly died 6-24-88. More Commonly Known As: 561 Nowlin Ave, Greendale, IN 47025 Parcel No. 15-07-10-204-091.000-016  Together with rents, issues, income, and profits thereof, said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. Michael R. Kreinhop Sheriff of Dearborn County, Indiana Phillip A. Pluister #26544-64 Burke Costanza & Carberry LLP The Sheriffʼs Department does not warrant the accuracy of the street address published herein.    40849 C-10-17-R-3t hspaxlp NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Clerk of Circuit Court of Dearborn County, Indiana, in Cause No. 15C01-1305-MF-105 wherein JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association was Plaintiff, and Michael J. Vertz and Capital One Bank, were Defendants, requiring me to make the sum as provided for in said Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on the 21st day of November, 2013, at the hour of 1:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as is possible, at Lobby, 301 West High Street, Law Enforcement Center, Lawrenceburg, Indiana, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Dearborn County, Indiana. Being Lot Number Sixty (60), as marked and designated on the recorded plat of Hillview Acres Subdivision, Addition ʻDʼ, of part of the Southeast Quarter of Section 19, Township 5 North, Range 1 West, in Center Township, said County and State, as re corded in Plat cabinet 1, Slide 55, of the records of the Recorder of Dearborn County, Indiana. More commonly known as: 107 Mary Kay Lane, Aurora, Indiana 47001 Parcel No. 15-07-19-404-004.000-003 Together with rents, issues, income, and profits thereof, said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. Michael R. Kreinhop Sheriff of Dearborn County Center Township The Sheriffʼs Department does not warrant the accuracy of the street addressed published herein. Fredric Lawrence Attorney for Plaintiff Nelson & Frankenberger 3105 East 98th Street, Suite 170 Indianapolis, Indiana 46280 Attorney Number: 20224-49 NOTICE NELSON & FRANKENBERGER IS A DEBT COLLECTOR. THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT, AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. 40850 C-10-17-R-3t hspaxlp

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Clerk of Circuit Court of Dearborn County, Indiana, in Cause No. 15C01-1305-MF-000096 wherein Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. was Plaintiff, and Christina Wolnitzek; Jason Wolnitzek; were Defendants, requiring me to make the sum as provided for in said Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on the 21st day of November, 2013, at the hour of 1:30 PM or as soon thereafter as is possible, at 301 W. High St., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Dearborn County, Indiana. SPARTA TOWNSHIP: Being Lot Ten (10) of Pleasant Run Subdivision, being part of the Southwest Quarter of Section 14, Township 6 North, Range 3 West of the First Principal Meridian located in Sparta Township, as marked and designated on the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Cabinet 2, Slide 400 of the Recorder's records of Dearborn County, Indi ana, EXCEPTING THEREFROM; SPARTA TOWN SHIP: Part of Lot Ten (10) of Pleasant Run Subdivision, being part of the Southwest Quarter of Section 14, Township 6 North, Range 3 West, of the First Principal Meridian located in Sparta Township, as marked and designated on the plat thereof, re corded in Plat Cabinet 2, Slide 400 of the Recorder's records of Dearborn County, Indiana, described as follows: Beginning at a 5/8" rebar found in place at the Southeast corner of said Lot Ten (10); thence South 90 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds West 50.04 feet to a 5/8" rebar set; thence North 02 de grees 23 minutes 02 seconds West 401.69 feet to a 5/8" rebar set; thence North 87 degrees 36 minutes 58 seconds East along the North line of said Lot Ten (10), a distance of 50.00 feet to a 5/8" rebar found at the Northeast corner of said Lot Ten (10); thence South 02 degrees 23 minutes 02 seconds East 403.77 feet to the point of beginning, contain-




New Faces

Courtesy of Register Publications and Dearborn County Hospital

Andrew Thomas Burdette 9-3-13

Lynden Reese Hoover 9-3-13

Maggie Lynn Prarat 9-5-13

Katie Grace Andrew 9-6-13

Brinley Matthew Boston 9-6-13

Damian Leonidas Willoughby 9-6-13

Jaxon Oliver Brookbank 9-8-13

Kameron Henry Ervin Gregory 9-10-13

Chloe Lynn Hertel 9-10-13

Richard Anthony Mangold 9-11-13

Ellanore Ruth Davies 9-12-13

Elijah Carter Spadie 9-15-13

Kaden Ryder Russell Theuring 9-16-13

Avery Quinn Murafski Bruce 9-17-13

Eli Joseph Huston 9-17-13

Elizabeth Ann Jones 9-18-13

Aubrey Isabelle Yuthona Esterkamp 9-19-13

Adelynn Mae Garrett 9-21-13

Hunter Dale Werner 9-21-13

Luke Wyatt Schwarm 9-23-13

Uryha Steven Jeffery Boehle 9-29-13

Ganin Joseph Harden 9-29-13

Baylee Ann Garvey 9-19-13

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Clerk of Circuit Court of Dearborn County, Indiana, in Cause No. 15C01-1305-MF-000096 wherein Wells Fargo Bank, Ryan Jase Andrew Joseph Lucy Mae Yatsko Lyric Lynn Marie N.A. was Plaintiff, and Christina Michaela Wolnitzek; Erin Jason Memphis Renee-Starr Wolnitzek; were Defendants, requiring me to make 9-25-13 Porter 9-26-13 Hoffmann Hill the sum as provided for in said Decree with interest 9-26-13 9-26-13 9-24-13 and cost, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on the 21st day of November, 2013, at the hour of 1:30 PM or as soon thereafter as is possiThe babies born at Dearborn County Hospital, Lawrenceburg, ble, at 301 W. High St., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Dearare featured in The Dearborn County Register. born County, Indiana. SPARTA TOWNSHIP: Being Lot Ten (10) of Pleasant Run Subdivision, being part of the Southwest Quarter of Section 14, Township 6 North, Range 3 West of the First Principal Meridian located in Sparta Township, as marked and designated on the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Cabinet 2, Slide 400 of the Recorder's records of Dearborn County, Indi ana, EXCEPTING THEREFROM; SPARTA TOWN SHIP: Part of Lot Ten (10) of Pleasant Run Subdivision, being part of the Southwest Quarter of Section 14, Township 6 North, Range 3 West, of the First Sophie AnnaliseasMiller Colten Clyde Conn Principal Meridian located in Sparta Township, marked and designated on the plat thereof, 9-30-13re 9-30-13 corded in Plat Cabinet 2, Slide 400 of the Recorder's records of Dearborn County, Indiana, described as follows: Beginning at a 5/8" rebar found in place at 30306 the Southeast corner of said Lot Ten (10); thence 33087 South 90 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds West 50.04 feet to a 5/8" rebar set; thence North 02 de grees 23 minutes 02 seconds West 401.69 feet to a 5/8" rebar set; thence North 87 degrees 36 minutes 58 seconds East along the North line of said Lot Ten (10), a distance of 50.00 feet to a 5/8" rebar found at the Northeast corner of said Lot Ten (10); DISTRICT COURT thence South 02 degrees 23 minutes 02 seconds East 403.77 feet to the point of beginning, containCLARK COUNTY, NEVADA Case No.: A-13-679341-C Dept. No.: XVII ing 0.462 of an acre. ALSO; SPARTA TOWNSHIP: Part of the Southwest Quarter of Section 14, Town- MICHAEL H. FEDERIGHI, an individual; Plaintiff, ship 6 North, Range 3 West, Sparta Township, Dear- v. RICHARD GANNON, an individual; DOE individuborn County, Indiana, and also being part of Lot als I through X; and ROE corporations I through X, Nine (9) of Pleasant Run Subdivision (Plat Cabinet inclusive; Defendants. 2, Slide 400, Office of the Dearborn County Re SUMMONS corder) described as follows: Commencing at a 5/8" NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. rebar found in place at the Southeast corner of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 14; thence South THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITH 90 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds West along the OUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND South line of said Quarter Section, 440.68 feet to a WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BE5/8" rebar found in place; thence North 02 degrees LOW. 23 minutes 02 seconds West 30.00 feet to a 5/8" re- TO THE DEFENDANT: RICHARD GANNON, 319 bar found in place at the Southeast corner of Lot Front Street, Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025 Ten (10); thence South 90 degrees 00 minutes 00 A civil Complaint has been filed by the plaintiff seconds West along the South line of Lot Ten (10), against you for relief set forth in the Complaint. Naa distance of 125.11 feet to a 5/8" rebar found at the ture of Action: This is a Complaint for Breach of Southeast corner of Lot Nine (9) and the point of beContract, for Money Had and Received, and Unjust ginning; thence South 90 degrees 00 minutes 00 Enrichment. seconds West 50.04 feet to a 5/8" rebar found at the Southwest corner of Lot Nine (9); thence North 02 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 degrees 23 minutes 02 seconds West 446.49 feet days after this Summons is served on you exclu along the West line of Lot Nine (9) to a 5/8" rebar sive of the day of service, you must do the followFile with the Clerk of this Court, whose adfound in place; thence North 73 degrees 43 minutes ing: a. 13 seconds East along a line of Lot Nine (9), a dis- dress is shown below, a formal written response to tance of 128.77 feet to a 5/8" rebar set; thence the Complaint in accordance with the rules of the South 02 degrees 23 minutes 02 seconds East Court. b. Serve a copy of your response upon the through Lot Nine (9), a distance of 80.92 feet to a attorney whose name and address is shown below. 5/8" rebar set; thence South 57 degrees 36 minutes 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered 58 seconds West along the North line of Lot Ten upon application of the plaintiff and this Court may (10), a distance of 75.00 feet to a 5/8" rebar found in enter a judgment against you for the relief de place; thence South 02 degrees 23 minutes 02 seconds East along the East line of Lot Nine (9), a dis- manded in the Complaint, which could result in the tance of 398.57 feet to the point of beginning, con- taking of money or property or other relief re quested in the Complaint. taining 0.664 acres. More commonly known as: 13586 Klausing Road, 3. If you intend to seek the advice of an attorney in Moores Hill, IN 47032-9701 this matter, you should do so promptly so that your Parcel No.: 15-09-14-300-019.014-021; response may be filed on time. 15-09-14-300-019.015-021 Steve D. Grierson, Together with rents, issues, income, and profits CLERK OF THE COURT thereof, said sale will be made without relief from By: TAMARA CARVALHO, DEPUTY CLERK, valuation or appraisement laws. DATE: APRIL 10, 2013, Michael R. Kreinhop Regional Justice Center, Sheriff of Dearborn County 200 Lewis Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89155. Sparta Township Issued at direction of: COHEN-JOHNSON, LLc, The Sheriff's Department does not warrant the s/BRIAN A. MORRIS, ESQ., Nevada Bar No. 11217, accuracy of the street address published herein., Plaintiff Attorney ATTORNEY NO. 9974685 H. STAN JOHNSON, ESQ., Nevada Bar No. 00265, Unterberg & Associates, P.C. , 8050 Cleveland Place 255 E. Warm Springs Rd., Suite 100, Merrillville, IN 46410 Las Vegas, NV 89119, (219) 736-5579 Telephone: (702) 823-3500. NOTICE This communication is from a Debt CollecFacsimile: (702) 823-3400, tor. This is an attempt to collect a debt and any inAttorneys for Plaintiff. formation obtained will be used for that purpose. 41696 C-10-31-R-4t hspaxlp 41006 C-10-17-R-3t hspaxlp

Parent Meeting

ing Now Enroll BER for NOVEM

Sunday, November 3rd • 6PM

Classes Begin

Thursday, November 7th

1-812-576-SAFE (7233)

Located in St. Leon off SR 46 behind Exxon in the new Pine Ridge Offices


C-10-31-R-1t C-11-5-R-1t




Ongoing events Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. at the Milan Public Library and the third Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at Dearborn County Hospital, Ohio Room – 2nd Floor, in Lawrenceburg. For more information: 888-422-2691 or www. Food Pantries The Clearinghouse is a community backed food pantry that strives to help individuals in basic need of food, clothing, and financial need. We serve five counties with four locations to facilitate your needs. Food Service: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.: MondayFirst Presbyterian Church, 215 Fourth St., Aurora; Tuesday-Zion United Church, 40 Walnut St., Lawrenceburg; Wednesday-First Presbyterian Church, 215 Fourth St., Aurora; Thursday-Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 495 Ludlow, Greendale. The St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry located at 210 Fifth Street, Aurora. Regular weekly schedule, open on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10 a.m. to 12 noon to serve you. For further information, call us at 812-926-1637. First Baptist Church’s Food Pantry, 45 Tebbs Ave., Greendale, Ind., is available the second Monday of every month from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. North Dearborn Pantry, 2517 North Dearborn Road, West Harrison IN 47060, gas exciting news to share with you – the Pantry has a new website and new email! Website- www. Email- Facebook page- North Dearborn Pantry, Inc. Twitter- @NDPantry Phone812-637-2841. “Singin’ Time in Indiana” The second Saturday evening of each month, the Highlights Quartet will be hosting a free gospel sing called “Singin’ Time in Indiana, at Dearborn Adult Center, 311 W. Tate St., Lawrenceburg. Cross Eyed Riders #752, Christian Motorcyclists Association meets the first Sunday of the month at 1 p.m. for food and fellowship and at 2 p.m. for meeting at Hog Rock Cafe, formerly the Railroad Inn, 101 East Carr Street, Milan. Call 513-2189707 or 812-654-3713 or email for directions or other information. Bingo and Kitchen Everyone welcome every Friday night at VFW Post #5312, Aurora. Earlybirds at 6:30 p.m. and regular games start at 7 p.m. Kitchen opened from 5 to 8 p.m. Looking for new members to join the Veteran’s of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary. New Hours Aurora VFW #5312 is NOW open 7 days a week. Monday through Saturday 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. .25 daily drawing, $1, $2 and $5 weekly drawings. Daily drawings are at 8 p.m. $1 drawings are Friday at 8 p.m.; $2 drawings are Friday at 9 p.m.; $5 drawings are Saturday at 10 p.m. We The Hoosiers meet monthly, the second Thursday at the Lawrenceburg Fire House at 7 p.m. Aurora’s Afternoon Social Featuring Kenny Jackson Band Wednesday afternoons 1 to 3 p.m. at the Aurora Lions Club Building. Nov. 6, Dec. 4, Dec. 18. “A Century of Brides Exhibit” at Hillforest Museum ends Nov. 3. See Hillforest adorned in its wedding finery and view antique bridal gowns and wedding memorabilia dated 1850-1950 displayed throughout the museum. Over twenty wedding dresses are on exhibit. Hillforest, located at 213 Fifth Street, Aurora, is open Tuesday-Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. Visit www.hillforest.

St. John’s Lutheran Church, Farmers Retreat, will hold a bazaar and country store from 9 org for more information. a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and 11 Angel Tree needs volunteers a.m. to 2 p.m. Items available LifeTime Resources announces include cookies, fudge, jellies, their annual Angel Tree project. etc. There also will be a handThe Angel Tree enables the com- made quilt raffle. Food also will munity to help spread Christmas be sold. cheer to older adults and persons with disabilities that may Saturday, Nov. 2 not otherwise receive gifts dur- Noah’s Benefit ing the holiday season. There Saturday, Nov. 2, 6 to 10 p.m. at are two ways to participate in the VFW Post 7570 on Lawthe Angel Tree project. You may renceburg Road, Harrison. $10 call or stop by the LifeTime ofentry includes dinner. There will fice to select a client and be be a DJ, raffles, silent auction, given gift ideas for that client or and 50/50 raffles. All proceeds you may donate a gift card, go toward 4 Paws For Ability for which will be used to provide Noah to receive a service dog. gifts. To ensure timely delivery, Breakfast gifts and/or gift cards must be All you can eat pancakes and dropped off or mailed to LifeTime sausage Saturday, Nov. 2, 6 a.m. Resources by Monday, Dec. 2,. to noon, at American Legion Our office is located at 13091 #239, 201 Second Street, LawBenedict Drive on US 50 in Dills- renceburg, Ind. boro. For more information on “Deer Hunters Hoe Down for how you can be an Angel this Wounded Warriors” Saturday, Christmas season, please contact Nov. 2, 8 p.m. to 12 midnight at Diana Davis at 812-432-6213 or Aurora American Legion Post via email at ddavis@lifetime-re231, Music by Mills Run Band, Door Prizes, Open to the Public. Accepting donations at the door. Friday, Nov. 1, Portion of proceeds to benefit Wounded Warriors. “ Wear your through Sunday, Nov. 3 Camo”-Support Your Veterans. Murder in the Knife Room Annual Turkey Dinner The Drama Department of East Dearborn Hills United Methodist Central High School, St. Leon, Church, corner of North DearInd., will be presenting their fall production of Murder in the Knife born Road and State Line Road, Room. The play is a comedy and Bright, Saturday, Nov. 2. All prowill be featuring the talented stu- ceeds to benefit the North Deardents from the drama club. The born Pantry. show dates and times are as follows: Friday, Nov. 1, 7 p.m., Sat- Sunday, Nov. 3 Turkey Dinner, Bazaar urday, Nov. 2, 7 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 3, 3 p.m. Tickets are $7 for All you can eat buffet at North Dearborn Legion, New Alsace, adults, $5 for students and senior citizens, children under 5 are Sunday, Nov. 3, 12 noon to 5 p.m. Large raffle, country store, free. crafts, jelly candies, baked goods Laughs and Slapstick in RAA’s and more. Murder Mystery and Dinner Concert in the Park Pavilion Theater “Tung and Cheek” Whodunit? The audience who at- Enjoy an enjoyable autumn afternoon with family and friends with tends The Rural Alliance for the Arts’ (RAA) Murder Mystery Din- a unique musical opportunity ner Theater “Tung & Cheek” will right in your own city park pavilbe asking themselves that ques- ion. The Dearborn Highlands Arts Council invites you to attend the tion as they are sure to laugh Concert in the Park Pavilion, on through the show presented on Nov. 1, 2 and 3. Showtimes: Din- Sunday, Nov. 3 in the Aurora City ner followed by Show, Friday and Park Pavilion, Park Avenue in Aurora. Beginning at 2 p.m., five Saturday night starting at 6:30 local choirs will be on hand to p..m at the Big Four Café in offer a concert of varied reperRomWeber Flats. Cash Bar and toire. Featured in this perforDesserts available during the Show at RomWeber Marketplace. mance will be: South Dearborn Reservations for the dinner show Opening Knight, Lawrenceburg Concert Choir, Tiger Pizazz, the must be made by Oct. 28 and Voices of Indiana Bel Canto and tickets are $30 for RAA memthe South Ripley Young Confedbers, $35 for non-members. erates. Each choir will present its Sunday is a matinee only at 4 own short program showcasing p.m. and tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door, contrasting song styles. Free admission with donation of a $12 RAA members, $15 noncanned good to benefit local food members. Call the RAA at 812pantries. The Dearborn Cmmuni933-0355 for reservations and information. RomWeber Market- ty Foundation Inc. awarded fundplace is located at 7 South East- ing from the City of Aurora Community Grant Program for artist ern Avenue, Batesville, Ind. fees and marketing. For information, contact the Arts Council, Saturday, Nov. 2, 812-539-4251. & Sunday, Nov. 3 Carnegie Hall annual ThanksChurch Bazaar

giving Dinner Sunday, Nov. 3, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., at 14687 Main Street, Moores Hill, Ind. Free will donation.

Monday, Nov. 4

Fall Awards Program Indiana farm Bureau District 10’s Fall awards program Monday, Nov. 4, 6 p.m., at Pines Evergreen Room, Seymour, Ind. RSVP to your county office by Monday, Oct. 28 Lawrenceburg American Legion Auxiliary Fall Novelty Bingo Monday, Nov. 4, 7 p.m., at Post #239, Lawrenceburg.

Tuesday, Nov. 5

Blood Pressure/Sugar Checks Service provided at the Dillsboro Village Apartments, 10145 Alpha Drive, Dillsboro, at 10 a.m. on Nov. 5 by the Dearborn County Hospital’s Nursing Department. This is a free service and is open to the general public. For more information call Cindy Powell at 812-432-6203.

Thursday, Nov. 7

Old Friends And Bright Beginnings’ monthly luncheon will be Thursday, Nov. 7, at Dearborn Hills United Methodist Church at 11:30 a.m. Lunch will be catered by B&P Grubbs. They will be serving their fabulous Thanksgiving Feast of turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, creamed butter beans, cranapple salad, rolls, and dessert, Your reservation and $8 will be appreciated by Sunday, Nov. 3 by contacting Lois Gellert 812-4872026 or Thelma Stutz 812-6375569.

PAGE 7B cod served buffet style. Freewill offering, carry outs available.

Friday, Nov. 8Sunday, Nov. 10

P.A.W.S. is holding its’ Fall Rummage and Bake Sale on Friday, Nov. 8-Sunday, Nov. 10 at Agner Hall at the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds. Donated items can be dropped off at Agner Hall on Tuesday, Nov 5 or Wednesday, Nov 6 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. For information, call Janet Luebbe at 513-910-2728 or Penny Fisk at 812-290-5556 or go to www. Sale hours on Friday and Saturday are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m, Sunday is 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 9

Main Street Aurora Senior Dances on Main, 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. at the Aurora Lions Club with music by the Wooden Axles. Cost: $5 per person. Proceeds from sale of the concessions go to Relay for Life.

Sunday, Nov. 10 or call Annette Hunger at 812-934-4440 ext 231. Veterans of Dearborn County You and a guest are invited to a dinner in your honor at South Dearborn High School on Sunday, Nov. 10 at 1 p.m. in the cafeteria. Dinner and entertainment are complementary provided by the SDHS FCCLA. RSVP to Jane Hiltz at 812-926-3772 by Thursday, Nov. 7. Martin Luther party It’s Martin Luther’s 530th Birthday and you are all invited to an old fashioned birthday celebration on Sunday, Nov. 10, from 2 to 4 p.m., at the Dearborn Adult Center on Tate Street in Lawrenceburg. There will be something for all ages--fun, fellowship, games, prizes, balloons, cupcakes and ice cream. Free to everyone. Don’t miss it. Sponsored by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Chapter 30843. Veterans Day Dinner & Flag Retirement at Sunman American Legion, Sunday,Nov. 10. Chicken dinner: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Eat in or carry out. Everyone welcome. Freewill offering.

Dearborn County Historical Society, 508 West High Street, Lawrenceburg, presents Our Ko- Wednesday, Nov. 13 RN Assn. Fall Lunch Meeting rean War Veterans in Dearborn Dearborn County Hospital ConCounty will be in with speaker ference Room, 11:30 a.m-gather; Tom Ward of Aurora. Noon-lunch. Topic: Update on Turkey Bingo and Raffle On Sunday, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. the hospital happenings; speakerRoger Howard, CEO. RN guests annual Turkey Bingo and Raffle will be held at the St. Paul’s Cath- welcome. olic Ghurch Hall, New Alsace. Refreshments will be served by the Friday, Nov. 15 Ladies Sodality with proceeds to Parlor Game Night at Hillforest Slow down and enjoy an evening benefit St. Paul’s Parish and of old fashioned fun playing School. Doors open at 5 p.m. board games in the parlors of Children welcome. Friday, Nov. 8 Hillforest. Cost of $10 per inOldenburg Academy Open The Franklin County Democratic House, Sunday, Nov. 10, 1 to 3 cludes light refreshments. SignParty would like to invite you to p.m. For more information: www. up for this event. our annual Fall Fundraiser on Friday, Nov. 8. It will be held at the K of C Hall on Main Street in Brookville, Ind. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the dinner will begin at 6 p.m. Tickets are $20/ Aurora Fire Rescue person and can be purchased at Sunday • November 3rd • 11a - 6p the door. We will have the annual auction starting at 7 p.m. with 5950 Dutch Hollow Road, Aurora numerous items up for bid. Join Dine in or carry out us for a night of food and fun! ALL are welcome. For more inDine in (All you can eat): Fried Chicken, green beans, corn, mashed or formation contact Tom Vohland scalloped potatoes, assorted salads, rolls, drink and dessert at 513-593-2345 or at twvoh$10.00 - Adults • $5.00 - Kids 3-10 (Free under 3) Ad authorized by the Franklin County DemoCarryout: 3 pcs fried chicken, baked beans, cole slaw, cratic Party, Tom Vohland, Chairpasta salad, roll and dessert - $7 man. Cod Dinner Buffet Dinner FOR CARRYOUT OR DELIVERY St. John’s Lutheran Church, Hub926-1122 or 926-1682 bells Corner, 12523 North Dearborn Road, Sunman, Friday, Nov. Limited quantity of baked chicken available 8, 4 to 7 p.m. Baked and fried

Chicken Fry

NOVEMBER 2013 EVENTS CALENDAR The Queen of Free presents: The Art and Science of Holiday Shopping Saturday, November 2 10:30 AM @ Lawrenceburg Public Library Paperback Pumpkins Tuesday, November 5 6:30 PM @ North Dearborn Branch

Holiday Baking-Candy Making


Specialty Foods

Genealogy 101 Wednesday, November 6 6 PM @ Lawrenceburg Public Library Saturday, November 16 2 PM @ Lawrenceburg Public Library Facebook Tutorial Thursday, November 7 6:30 PM @ North Dearborn Branch Microsoft Computer Class Saturday, November 16 10 AM @ Lawrenceburg Public Library

Bulk Foods • Spices Custom Gift Baskets Organic Foods Gluten Free Foods Candy Making & More Family Owned & Operated 690 W. Eads Pkwy, Lawrenceburg Located in plaza between Skyline Chili & Penn Station

Holiday Hours Starting Nov. 4 Monday-Saturday • 10am-8pm


DIY Saturday: Make your own cuticle cream Saturday, November 19 1 PM @ Lawrenceburg Public Library

Toon In with Dan Toon: Nothing With Strings: NPR’s Beloved Holiday Stories Tuesdays, November 5, 12, 19, 26 12 PM @ Lawrenceburg Public Library Crafty Recycling: Candy Jar Scarecrows Wednesday, November 6 1 PM @ Lawrenceburg Public Library Safe Online Holiday Shopping Workshop Thursday, November 7 6:30 PM @ Lawrenceburg Public Library Sew a Lap Quilt for The Ronald McDonald House Tuesday, November 12 11 AM @ North Dearborn Branch Coffee and Conversation Saturday, November 16 10:30 AM @ Lawrenceburg Public Library WWII Movie Matinee: PATTON Saturday, November 23 2 PM @ North Dearborn Branch

Music on Mondays

Beginning Monday, November 25 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM @ Lawrenceburg Public Library Calender with event descriptions & online registration @

Lawrenceburg Branch 150 Mary St • Lawrenceburg • 812-537-2775 North Dearborn Branch 25969 Dole Rd • W. Harrison • 812-637-0777




Knigga: 'Only so many comebacks in season' BY JIM BUCHBERGER Sports Editor

LAWRENCEBURG –Lawrenceburg head football coach Ryan Knigga had plenty to say about the Tigers’ 55-7 Class 3A sectional first-round loss at No. 4-ranked Hamilton Heights last Friday. Even though LHS (7-3) dug itself into a 27-7 hole at halftime, Tiger fans kept looking for one of their team’s patented late comebacks, which occurred four times in the regular season. “Being down at the half was not a new situation for us,” said the third-year Lawrenceburg mentor (23-11). “It was one of those situations where, as a coach, you can say we’ve been here before. The second half has been our half all year. “Those are great stories, but – as we have told our kids all year – you can have only so many of those in a season. “We did not do a lot of things right in the first half. We had opportunities to keep the game close, but we just did not make enough plays. You must make plays against a team like Hamilton Heights, because they are explosive and have playmakers all over the field. “Heights did exactly what we thought they would defensively. At the end of the day, we just did not get it done. Give Heights credit.

They were better than the Tigers “I do agree that that play and the Knigga dispelled the notion that this year.” kickoff return by him set the tone. the two-hour, 20-minute trip to ArBig plays by the cadia, and the the first Huskies’ junior truly cold night this three-sport star Grant season, put a crimp Weatherford, includin the Tigers’ style ing an improbable Friday. 56-yard TD return “The travel and of a recovered backweather did not afward pass and an 81fect us.,” he said. yard coast-to-coast “Our kids have travkickoff return, set the eled well all year, and tone early. they had cold gear on. “Weatherford is a Those things were not Division I (college) a factor in the game. athlete, and the fans We just got beat by a and players who saw better team, and that him now know why,” is going to happen to Knigga opined. “This all the 3A teams bewas not a surprise for sides one. us or our kids. We al “Heights is better, knew he was good. and they played bet“We went from ‘oh ter. Now, as a proyeah’ to ‘oh no!’ real gram, we must raise quick once he got the the bar. We know ball in his hands (on where we must get to. the 56-yarder). We “We have made had him in the backgreat strides in three field and he broke years, and now we seven tackles and zig must take it to a difand zagged. When he ferent level. Every JIM BUCHBERGER/The Register broke the last one, he year, there is a new Junior Zach Steuer (24) juggles and drops a potential touchwas off. It was just a set of expectations. down pass in the Tigers' 55-7 Class 3A sectional loss at No. 4 phenomenal play. It But the one constant Hamilton Heights Friday. Steuer caught a 37-yard TD from was a play you only will be winning Sam Fette a short time later. see once in awhile. championships. If When you do, you say wow, shake He was not going to let his team we want to do that, we will need his hand and move on. down.” to beat teams like HH. So we will

adjust and raise the bar.” At the very least, looking back, Lawrenceburg’s 7-3 season proved competitive, as well as entertaining, to Knigga and the majority of Tiger fans. “I am sure we performed and had a better season record than most people thought we would have,” he said. “Our kids deserve a ton of credit. They have bought into what we are doing and they work very hard. “We have told our kids the hard work will pay off. In the short time we have been a part of this program, it has. I know that every day our kids are going to bring their best effort, no matter what we are doing. “Winning is an expectation here, and our kids have had a taste of it. They are always hungry for more. We graduate some key players who have been a part of this rebuilding project, so now it is the next-manup approach. “We don't have as many holes to fill as we did at this time last year. But we have some. We return all of our skill guys, and a QB who has been the leader of this team for two years now. “We also return a defensive unit that played a ton of young kids. Some of them really can play.” Knigga concluded: “As we tell our kids, we have an excellent tradition, and an exciting future.”  

Guilford's Zinser scores SD spikers' tough season goal in Spartan victory  ends in 3A sectional, 3-0 Staff Report CINCINNATI – Guilford, Ind., native Mark Zinser accounted for one of three goals in Manchester University’s 3-1 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men’s soccer win at the College of Mount St. Joseph Saturday, Oct. 26. A strong offensive attack propelled Manchester University to its second-straight conference victory, as the Spartans outshot host MSJ 16 at Schuel-

er Field. Coach Dave Good’s squad, moving to 3-11-2 overall and 2-5 in the HCAC, registered the first three goals of the match. Freshman midfielder Matthew Jordan (Zionsville, Ind.), junior defender Zinser and sophomore defender Jacob Smith (Nappanee, Ind.) all found the back of the Lions’ net over 72 minutes and four seconds, lifting MU to the 3-0 lead. Sophomore goalkeeper

Craig Thacker (Lebanon, Ind.), picked up his second win of the week in goal, nearly pitched his second overall and first solo shutout. MSJ’s Lions (3-14, 2-5 HCAC) rattled one home in the 83rd minute to break up the chance. Jordan, Smith and Zinser each posted their first goals of the season. The Black and Gold have had 10 different players tally scores this season.

Staff Report BATESVILLE – One tough season for South Dearborn volleyball ended at 3-18 with a 3-0 Class 3A sectional semifinal round loss to Rushville Saturday, 25-14, 25-19, 25-16. First-year coach Michelle Standriff's Lady Knight spikers were led by junior Delaney Murphy, who carded five spike kills and four service aces.

Haley Higham was SD's assists leader in the sectional bye round defeat, with six sets. “It's definitely been a rebuilding year,” said former South Dearborn jayvee boss Standriff, who took over for Kellie Taylor. Host Batesville (29-3), after slipping by Lawrenceburg in five games in round one Thursday, won two 3-0 matches to capture its ninth consecutive

Extraordinary Care. Unmatched Expertise. For over 150 years, we’ve been dedicated to improving the health of our community. Because of this commitment to quality service, the Mayo Clinic invited us to be a member of its Mayo Clinic Care Network. As the region’s only member, our talented doctors have direct access to the Mayo Clinic’s world-renowned expertise. Now, some of the world’s most dedicated doctors work together for you. That means you always get extraordinary care for your day-to-day life. Read our success stories at

| Extraordinary St. E

sectional crown Saturday night, 25-14, 25-16, 25-11, over Rushville. Coach Jody Thomas's Lady Bulldogs downed Franklin County in the morning semifinal round, 25-8, 25-21, 25-11. BHS marked the program's 14th sectional crown since 1982. Bulldogs host Brownstown Central in a single-match 3A regional championship tonight (Tuesday) at 7 p.m.


October 29th - November 1st, 2013 The Journal Press


The Harrison Press


The Rising Sun Recorder & Ohio County News


The Dearborn County Register

To place an ad call: Lawrenceburg 812-537-0063 • Harrison 513-367-4582 • Rising Sun 812-438-2011



Publisher reserves the right, at any time, in its sole discretion and without notice, to reject or cancel any advertising copy. Publisher’s ad takers have no authority to bind Publisher to publish an ad. Only publication of an advertisement will constitute final acceptance of the advertiser’s order.


Publisher cannot be responsible for inaccuracies in any advertisement -- classified, classified display, display or legal -- following the first publication of the advertisement. Subsequent repeated errors are the r e s p o n s i b i li t y of t h e advertiser. Publisher is responsible for the space occupied by the error in the initial inser-

tion only.




3867 E. County Road 1400 N., Batesville, IN 47006. For sale by owner. 2.18 acres of lakefront property on Bischoff Reservoir. House built in early 1900s. 3228 sq. ft. Features 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, living room, kitchen & dining room combined, family room, office, sunroom, partial basement, 2 car garage, detached outside garage w/basement and much more. Call 812-934-3490 for appt. Aurora: Nice 2 story home price reduced to $49,000. Aurora: Commercial building with 6 rental units. For additional information visit www.homesteadforsaleby or call 812-926-0522

3Brm. bi-level in Aurora sits on 1.5 ac. lot in country setting, large deck & patio, close to schools and shopping. $152,900. 812-926-2800


Bankʼs Loss is YOUR GAIN. 50-300+ acres adjoining Cumberland Trail Park. Big Timber, Creeks, Hunting, Perfect for Cabins! Starting at $1,500/acre 0 steps! Miamitown, large Foreclosed Cabin on 4 Call 877-282-4409. 1 or 2 bedroom at Via Acres! Just $89,900. Bring Manor Apts. Private patio, your hammer & nails. lovely grounds. $395 and Great fixer upper on beau- For Sale Property up. Free heat! tiful wooded rolling land. 13 Acres next to Truck (513)353-0398. Enjoy wildlife, creeks, stop I-275 US 50 Greenponds, lake access. Must dale. $550,000. Call Bill 1 & 2 bedroom apartments see! Call 877-888-0267, Yelton 513-218-5406 for rent on Conwell St. in x440 Aurora. Call for information 812-438-3217. HVL- spacious brick and vinyl ranch with walk-out LL on 1.5 lot, 3-4 bed rooms, 3.5 baths in 3000+ sq.ft. Beginning to re model, hurry and you can pick finishes or buy as is at a great price. Call 812-584-5286. Logan, Ind. - 2-story, six room, 1 bath, 11/4 acre, wrap around porch, 3 car garage, full basement, gas heat, city water and sewage. Must see! $148,000. (812)637-1736, (812)637-3072. MANCHESTER-3Bedroom, 2bath, ranch, w/basement. High-end mechanicals. 3car garage w/workshop. New Roofs. Huge Barn w/stalls, new lofts, lean to. 2 acres. $193,200. Empire Real-estate 812-907-0277 Moores Hill- home for sale by owners. Over 10 acres. Brick, 3 BR, 2 bath, 4 car garage with barn with concrete floor and electric. Over 1 acre pond stocked with fish. Pond, house, and dock, asking $219.000. Call 812-539-1815 or 513-304-9397 MUST SELL! West Harrison - Manufactured Home, 3/2, many upgrades, covered deck overlooking lake. 2 miles from I-74. Move-in ready. $45,000. (513)382-7365. Open House Nov. 10, 1-3.





1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments in Dillsboro, 2 & 3 Bedroom Duplex in Versailles, 3 Bedroom Homes in Rising Sun. Contact Quality Property Management at 812-432-3230 or visit 4 Room Apartment refurnished water and sewer. Downtown Patriot. 812-584-6404 3 Room Apartment. Refurnished water & sewage. $370/month. 812-584-6404

• R E A LT Y •

B Buying uyingor orSS elling elling ?? Buying or Selling?

We’re We’re


1 BEDROOM APART MENT, LOCATED IN RISING SUN AND DILLS BORO. ALSO HAVE AN OFFICE FOR RENT IN RISING SUN. CALL 812-584-3537 1 bedroom apartment in West Harrison, Ind. $500-$550 per month or $150 a week. All utilities included. No pets. Will work with Deposit (513)235-0869. 2 bedroom in Dillsboro. $550/month plus deposit. Call 812-432-3062.

0 steps! Large 1 or 2 bedroom at Village Square Apartments in downtown Harrison. Free heat! $425 and up. (513)367-6366.

2 bedroom apartment for rent in Dillsboro. All appliances and utilities fur nished. $350/biweekly $300 deposit. Ready to A-1 Apartments available rent. 812-667-5072 on 279 High Street, 212 2 bedroom, heat, water, and 218 Short Street and trash pickup, fridge and 545 St. Clair in Lawrence- s t o v e furnished. burg. Call for applications. $495/month, $495 deposit, (812)290-9588 or 2nd floor. Private en (812)290-1520. trance. No pets. West Harrison, Ind., Call 1 Bedroom for rent. All (513)405-2948. utilities included. No pets. $500/month. Please call 812-438-4883.

Manchester (L278327) 3br,2bath starter home on 3/4 wooded acres. Newer roof and more! $109,900 Ken Maddin

Aurora (L278375) 3 Unit rental w/2C open garage. New roof & furnace. Great rental history! $98,900 Cindy Johnston

L’Burg(L278335) 1st floor condo living. Open flr plan, New Pella sliding doors. $117,900 Debi Hornsby

Rising Sun (L278446) Cute 3br,

Sunman (L278339) 3br

Aurora (L278488) Newly

Rising Sun (L278340) 3br Log home on 15+ acres w/2 stocked ponds. Wrap around porch $249,900 Patrick Martini

Greendale (L279343) 4br,

L’Burg (L278342) Awesome view from this 2br ranch w/updated kit & bath. Hdws Firs! $134,500 Patrick Martini

HVL (L279348) 4br, 2.5bth home

Moores Hill (L278371) Immaculate 3br, 2bath home on 3 acs. FR w/gae FP & bar area. Pole Bldg & more $169,900 Debi Hornsby

Open 1-3pm Sunday L’Burg 407 Riverscape Nearly

1bth home w/remodeled LR. Big kit w/lots of cabinets. $94,900 Mary Turner

home w/newer carpet, roof, windows, furnace, c/a. biktp drive. 10 min to I-74. $109,900 Patrick Martini



To Tothe theCommunity Community To the Community with with every every home with every home home purchased purchased orsold! sold! purchased or or sold! Call Callfor forDetails! Details! Call for Details! 812.537.HOME 812.537.HOME 812.537.HOME

remodeled 4br, 2.5bth home, Hickory Cabinets, hdwd thru-out & newer furnace. $165,000. Patrick Schwing

3bth Brick home -over 2000 sqft. Fenced backyard, breezeway & more! $144,500 Ken Maddin

w/1st flr mstr suite, kit w/bksft bar, pantry & wooded views $204,900 Sandy Hirsch

3000sqft Waterton raised ranch condo w/everyupgrade Fischer offers! (L278496) $242,000 Ryan Goode

407 407 Ridge Ridge Avenue Avenue ••Greendale • Greendale •• • ••812.537.4663 • 812.537.4663 407 Ridge Avenue Greendale 812.537.4663




200 TOURING J3163 • MSRP $22,695 1 AT THIS PRICE

ONLY $16,695

ONLY $14,985


J3674 • MSRP $19,235 3 AT THIS PRICE




5,000 OFF









NOW $19,925



5 ,000 Master Sheet/ SAVE

ONLY $19,970








6,000 OFF



We’ll Beat Any Deal By $500!







Sales Hours: MON–THURS 9am–9pm FRI 9am–7pm, SAT 9am–6pm • Closed Sunday

Sales Hours: MON–THURS 9am–9pm FRI & SAT 9 am–7:30 pm • SUN NOON–5 pm




Rt. 50 - I-275, Exit 16

1-855-449-6658 Rt. 32 - I-275, Exit 63B


NEW 2013 RAM


J3500 • MSRP $25,040 2 AT THIS PRICE






ONLY $19,940


J3439 • MSRP $30,770 2 AT THIS PRICE

BUY NOW $38,380

J3215 • MSRP $44,380 • 1 AT THIS PRICE










4,250 OFF


For use on White/lighter backgrounds



J3547 • MSRP $43,430 • 1 AT THIS PRICE


9,000 OFF




**Bring in a written offer from a non-Wyler dealership and we’ll beat it by $500. On an identically equipped vehicle in stock. Excludes all employee purchase plans. All base consumer rebates deducted to achieve sale prices, additional incentives may be available. All pricing subject to any dealer add ons. In stock units only, subject to prior sale, Vehicle/equipment may vary from photo. Chrysler Jeep Dodge and Ram are registered trademarks of Chrysler GROUP, LLC. EPA estimates based on manufacturers testing. All offers plus tax, license and fees. Expires 10/31/2013.

Pantone Process Black

Pantone Process Black

Pantone Process Black

Pantone 200C



The Journal Press • The Harrison Press • R.S. Recorder/O.C. News • The Dearborn County Register



489 Ridge Ave. Greendale 2BR upstairs Apartment. $550/a mo. Water/Sewer included.$550 deposit. First month rent free. No Pets. 859-414-3013

Aurora Opera House apartments. 5-level, 2-bed2.5-bath room, $1000/month, 2-bedroom 2-bath loft $900. Two: 2-bedroom, 1-bath $750/month. All utilities inAurora – Energy efficient, cluded. 513-218-7404 2-bedroom duplex.  Tile, laminated wood flooring, Aurora- large 2 bed/1 bath, newer appliances, W/D large kitchen with laundry. hookups. Tenant pays utili- $575/month plus deposit. ties.  Absolutely NO pets.  812-584-1498. $600.00 monthly $600.00 deposit.  Call 812 532 Aurora-2 Bedroom apt with all appliances including 3000 M-F, 8-5. washer & dryer. 2nd Aurora - Aspen Ridge, 4 floor.No smoking or pets. bd, 2 ba, garage, equipped $625 per month plus utilikitchen, C/A, gas heat, ties.Call 812-926-1677. $895 month & deposit. 112 1/2 Mechanic St.3 513-532-8933 Aurora- Second Street, Aurora-2 Bedroom apt with all appliances including 1BR, furnished, 2nd floor. No pets/smoking. washer&dryer. 2nd floor. Utilities paid by tenant. No smoking or pets. $725 per month plus utilities. Free laundry room. Call 812-926-1677. 505 Leave message 2nd St (812)926-1083 Aurora and LawrenceburgGreat location. 1 & 2 bedroom apartments starting at $425. No pets. 812-216-8477 or 703-973-4681. Aurora apartment for rent. Available Dec 1st. One bedrooom, big kitchen, covered deck, yard, nice. No pets. $525 plus deposit plus electric. 812-290-3475.


For Rent: Efficiencies $165.00 per week utilities included. Deposit required. Also 1 & 2 bedrooms in Lawrenceburg. Deposit required. 859-512-3899


Over $18 Million Sold Since 2010!

Real estate With Real Results

812.539.HOME • 513.519.0006


Greendale- 2 Bedroom upstairs apartment. Washer/Dryer hook-up. Garage. Storage unit. Appliances furnished. NO PETS. HUD accepted $595/month plus deposit. 812-577-3093, leave message. Greendale- 2 bedroom, rear patio, 1 bath, garage, laundry hookup, finished lower level. $785/month plus deposit. 513-532-8933.

Lawrenceburg-Large 1br Apt, Living room, Eat-in kitchen, bath, storage, mud room, W/D hookups Covered Porch, Fenced yard Beautiful woodwork. Walking distance to Hollywood, Library and pool. Harrison, 1-2 bedroom. Deposit $575 rent $575. Paragon West Apts. Pri- 812-584-3210 vate patio with breathtaking view of the valley. Free Milan- Hoosier Country heat! $460 and up. No Square Apts. 2BR with pets. (513)845-4141. dining room, fridge, stove, dishwasher, Harrison, OH- Tippeca- on-site laundry facilities, noe Apartments. Spa - patio area, $550/month cious remodeled 2BR $550 deposit. No pets. $610-$640 dishwasher, 812-577-6781 balcony, very, very clean. No p e t s . New Haven - Near Harri812-637-1787, son. Efficiency apartment, 513-574-4400 with full bath and kitchen. Very nice condition. Harrison-650+ Quality 2 Ground floor entry. bedroom in amenity-rich $400/month. community.  Available (812)623-2524. w/vaulted ceilings and Sunman- 2 BR duplex, electric fireplace. With or w/out W/D hook ups. Call W&D hookups, garage, to set up a tour, $500 month, $500 security deposit. Tenants pay utili(513)367-4999.  ties. Call 812-744-3741.

Patrick & Teresa Martini


1200 Sycamore Estates Dr.“Behind


SUN. NOV. 3 3p-5p

Aurora Apartments 109/111 Dewars St. Aurora, IN Noah Haring

GREENDALE! 406 Sheldon Ave. Move-in ready. 3br, OPEN 1bath ranchHOUSE newly re-modeled. A great starter home or potential rental and close to the loop!! $99,999.



Now taking applications for 1 & 2 bedroom apartments located in a quiet setting walking distance from town. Living & dining rooms, bath, kitchen. Water / sewage included.

Call 812-577-0828


SUN. NOV. 3 12p-2p

Noah Haring

LAWRENCEBURG! 1344 Tyrolean Way. Beautiful log home on wooded HOUSE double lot in HVL. Move-In condition, 3 br, OPEN 2.5bath featuring full length front porch 2 car garage on a quiet street. $144,500.

Call for an appointment * Foreclosure Special * Equipped kitchens * Laundry facilities * Heat included * 24 hour emergency maintenance * Minutes from I-275

* Ask about Deposit Special * Lots of closet space * Children play area * Walk to Ludlow Hill Park * Extra Storage * Pets Welcome

NOW LEASING 1 & 2 bedroom apartments





BRIGHT JUST LISTED: Well maintained 4 bed, 2.5 bath 2 story home w/1st flr laundry,2 car attached garage & 30x40 detached heated workshop. $244,900. LAWRENCEBURG NEW LISTING: Nice 2 bed, 2 bath ranch condo in Three Mile Ridge. Completely handicap accessible, LL w/walkout & screened porch off living rm. $164,900. BRIGHT: 3 bed, 2 bath all brick ranch home on beautiful lot w/updated flooring, kitchen & bath, LL has family rm with wet bar & blacktop driveway. $159,900. BRIGHT Why pay rent? 2 bed, 2 bath condo w/ attached garage & storage room,Basement level unit w/walkout to patio. $99,900. GUILFORD: Nice home w/ 3 large bedrooms, 2.5 bath, bonus rm on upper level, finished LL w/walkout. $219,900. LOGAN: Well maintained 3 bed, 2 bath quad-level home on nearly an acre with a 22x36 barn. $159,900. DILLSBORO: 3 bed, 2 bath home on 2.56 ac w/pond. Family rm in LL w/walkout. $189,900 W. HARRISON: Great price on nice level 2.1 acre lot in Elkhorn Estates. $39,900. GUILFORD: 51.6 acres on SR 1 with spectacular views. $249,000 HARRISON: Beautiful rolling 3.9 acre lot available on private drive off Edgewood Rd. $75,000. SUNMAN: 87 building lot available in Whitetail Run subdivision. $22,000.

General Maintenance Electric, plumbing, painting, carpentry knowledge needed; involves climbing, bending, lifting, operating forklift, tools supplied by company. Good driving record required. Call (513)367-9900, x157.

Now accepting applica tions for Winter Wonderland Ice Rink Ice Guards. Must be 16years or older to apply. Must be available to work 20-25 hours/week. Applications available at Lawrenceburg Main Street, 118 Walnut St. Lawrenceburg, or online Heavy Equipment Opera- tor Training! Bulldozers, m. Deadline Nov. 1st Backhoes, Excavators. 3 Weeks Hands On Pro gram. Local Job Place ment Assistance. National Certifications. GI Bill Benefits Eligible. 1-866-362-6497 AC1213

Life Time Resources Case Management Program has a case Manager position available in their Dillsboro office. Duties: in-depth assessments of aged and disabled clients, care plan development. Needed skills: written,verbal,computer,listening,reasoning,p roblem solving and working in a team. Bachelorʼs Degree in Sociology,Psychology,Counseling, Gerontology,Social Work or RN with one year experience in human services, or Bachelorʼs Degree in any field with two years experience with the elderly or disabled. Provide resume to Life Time Resources, 13091 Benedict Dr. Dillsboro, IN 47018. EOE www.lifetimeGreendale-2 bedroom, 1 bath, small two story home. $675/month plus Midwest Cylinder and deposit and utilities. Hard- Kaplan Industries are now wood floors, equipped accepting applications for kitchen, laundry with hook- full-time General Laborers. ups. No pets. Call Joe Applications are available M-F 8 a.m.- 4 p.m., 6001 812-584-3865. Dry Fork Rd., Cleves, Ohio Harrison - 3 bedroom, 1 45002 (513)367-6227. bath, newly remodeled carport nice yard, central air. $795 plus utilities. (513)738-2406.

New management at Riverside Inn is accepting resumes & applications at 515 Eads Pkwy. Come grow with Manchester- rustic farmus. house set against rolling hills; two bedrooms, one bath, all appliances in Personnel Care Assistant kitchen, hardwood floors, $10.00/ hr. Daily 1.5 hrs. central HVAC, city water. AM & PM or Both. Miami$825/month 513-604-7983 town OH. Background check required. Will Train. or 513-255-7032 Call Linda 513-353-3848 Moores Hill-lease/own, or LM sale: 4BR/2BA, new windows, flooring, A/C, with Now hiring LPN. Pine outside shed, two car car- Knoll Assisted Living, Lawport, for other info, renceburg, 812-537-4422 812-744-9084, 843.817.2717, email: Omni Technologies, Inc. is now accepting applications for a Finisher.The person Moores Hill-lease/own, or filling this role will have sale: 3BD/2BA(extra large good mechanical skills and master bath), new roof, utilize a variety of tools windows, dishwasher, with and devices.Attention to appliances/furnishings, 2 details, good work ethic, car carport, ADT security, ability to work independ1.5 acre. F o r ently, and a desire to conspecifics/other i n f o , tribute are characteristics 812-744-9084 of successful team members.Omni Technologies offers health care benefits, 401(k) plan.If you want to join our team please send your resume to Walmart” or apply in person @ 779 Rudolph Way, Greendale, IN 47025 Monday through Friday from

WaterView Apartments Now accepting applications for 1 and 2 BR apt. homes $199 security deposit Call Tracey for the “Special of the Week”

Character & charm! 5 bdrm home w/beautiful open staircase, hdwd flrs, wdwk/molding! Lg spacious rms, newer windows, 2 baths, 2 car garage/wkshop: 24x30 fenced-in private back yard & more! Must see the inside! $119,900 NEW PRICE!

812-623-8811 513-460-2754

$650/month; 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, living, dining, laundry, large kitchen; includes stove/fridge; No pets; Available 11/1/13; 113 W Lawrenceburg (2-bed - Conwell, Aurora; Nice home; 513-310-7588 or room apt with all appliances and washer/dryer 812-926-4735. hook-up in apt. Each apt 2 Bedroom house with has front porch or bal- river overlook. City Water. cony. $650/month w/$650 deposit required. $500/month + deposit. Small pets only (addi - References Required. ear Patriot. Call tional deposit required N 812-290-7088 for pet) Ph 513-265-8460 or 812-577-6781 3 bedroom, 1 bath with huge detached garage in Lawrenceburg Downtown, Dillsboro close to park. All 2 bedroom Condo, new a p p l i a n c e s i n c l u d e d . construction, water and $765.00 a month plus sewage included. Rent minimum deposit $865.00 $925/mo. 513-532-8933. & utilities. 812-926-6025 ext 222 Lawrenceburg- 1 bedroom apartment on Short Street 3 bedroom, 1 bath, Re across from Central cently remodeled, Ad School. All utilities paid. dyston $750/month + deCall for more details. posit. Three Rivers School 812-537-1559. District. Wont Last long. Call Wen (513)604-6522 LAWRENCEBURG- 3 Bedroom Duplex, large 3-bedroom home in Dillskitchen, laundry room boro. Detached garage. hook-ups, front and back Full basement. Newly reporch, 1.5 b a t h s . finished hardwood floors. $950.00/month, 1 month Must have good refer deposit required, tenants ences and background pay utilities. C a l l check. No smoking. No 859-512-3899 pets. $1000 deposit, Call Lawrenceburg- 5 Room, 2 $ 7 9 5 / m o n t h . Bedroom, Duplex. Call 812-871-7718 for application. 812-584-6404

FRED CLARK Ohio/Indiana





Rising Sun – Ranch home on 3 acres. 4 BR, 3 BA, fin LL. 2 car att gar. Fantastic view! $227,900. Lawrenceburg – Contemporary style home on 5 acres. 3 BR, 2 1/2 BA, 2 car att garage, 1 car det garage. $255,000

Call us for all your real estate needs!

Bischoff Realty (513) 367-2171 HARRISON HOMES

1124 Westfield- Great Location! Close to school & community center. Newly refinished w/new appls, carpet & tile floors. Beautifully fenced backyard w/deck off din rm, fin LL w/WBFP and so much more $129,000. 126 Flintstone Wonderful home w/updates thru out. Nice 30x24 garage for workshop needs.Nice floor plan, great landscaping and move in ready. $110,000 110 S Hill- Great location in downtown Harrison, updated kitchen, det. garage, private paver patio, enclosed 4 seasons room & more! A must see for this price! $94,500. Todd Bischoff 513-616-0655 Cell, 513-367-2171 Office



$1000 Sign On Bonus! Class A CDL Drivers, Run Regionally, Be home weekly. Exceptional Pay ($60-$70k annually) and Benefit Package. Call 888-409-6033 or visit us online ANOTHER TAX SCHOOL! We are Hiring! Become a Tax Preparer Work Winters, summers off! 6 Week Class OR 1 week Rapid Class FREE TRAINING Very small book fee Evenings or Day Call 513-537-1044 Lawrenceburg & Harrison Liberty Tax

October 29 - November 1, 2013



Dillsboro Maple Glen Apartments- 1 and 2 bedroom apartments avail able. Call 812-432-5697

Greendale- Beautiful, Spacious upper level, 3bdrm 1bath, hardwood floors, lots of closet space, W/D hookups, newer appli ances. No pets. $695.00 Aurora-Retail Space for deposit/$695.00 mth incl. lease. 1100 Sq. Ft. heat, water, sewage, $700.00 per month plus trash. Call 812-532-3000 utilities. Off Street parking. Call 812-926-1677 Harrison - 1 bedroom, For rent when available, $430 and up. 2 bedroom 2 and 3 room furnished $535 and up. C/A, pool, apartments, utilities in- balcony/patios, park like cluded, AC, no pets. De- setting. (513)202-0715. posit required. Call (812)537-5796, (812)432-9605, or Harrison, 1 and 2 bedroom apt., Leasing special, (812)584-3822. $495, $595/month incl. water, sewer, garbage. Laundry on site. Security deposit required. (513)205-5555.

Buying or Selling?

Ken Maddin

8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.



Cincinnati Area Drivers


$900/Wk Guaranteed! Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K Class A CDL + 1 Yr. Reg. Exp


RECENTLY LAID OFF? IN A RUT? WERNER NEEDS DRIVERS! Train to be a professional truck driver in ONLY 16 DAYS! The avg. truck driver earns $700+/wk*! Get CDL Training w/ Roadmaster! Approved for Veterans Training. Donʼt Delay, Call Today! 1-866-205-1569 *DOL/BLS 2012 AC-0205 34289



CNA & Home Health Aides We are growing!!

Southern Indiana Counties Make a difference as an employee of PERSONAL TOUCH HOME CARE of INDIANA 139 West Tate Street, Lawrenceburg, IN Call Sheila @ 812-637-5428 for information - Fax 812-637-5439

IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Lawrenceburg Campus, is seeking applicants for the following positions: Part Time Faculty Positions: • COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY • DENTAL ASSISTING Part Time Faculty Positions: • COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY To see complete job descriptions and credentialing requirements and to apply, visit our website at Ivy Tech is an accredited, equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATES Gardens Alive is an international multi-brand mail order company, shipping to the home consumer. We are in need of self-motivated individuals to fill our seasonal warehouse associate positions at our fulfillment center in Lawrenceburg, IN. DUTIES INCLUDE Picking & packing orders, loading/unloading trucks, receiving products, inventory movement. Other duties as required. EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Prior experience in a fulfillment warehouse; Forklift experience, specifically reach truck; Ability to lift 50 pounds on a continuous basis and work quickly; RF gun experience a plus DAY SHIFTS AVAILABLE Shift times vary depending on workload, shift min 8 hrs/max 12 hrs. Must be available to work Saturdays and Sundays, if needed. GARDENS ALIVE OFFERS • Competitive Wage • Paid Training • Employee Discounts • Paid Personal Time 2nd Season • 401K with company match after 1 year of employment CALL FOR PHONE INTERVIEW 866-503-6357 EOE

Accepting applications for positions working with children in a childcare center. High school diploma required. Please apply at Generations at 10700 Campbell Road, Harrison, Ohio. BECOME A TAX PREPARER Part-Time Seasonal Work Winters Only Great Extra Money Free Training Love Helping People? Come join our team 6 Week Training or 1 Week Rapid Class Call 513-537-1044 Hiring Lawrenceburg & Harrison Liberty Tax CDL-A Driver: Up to $5,000 Sign-On Bonus. Solo and Teams. Excellent Home Time & Pay! BCBS Benefits. Join Super Service! 877-968-7986 Driver For CDL-A Drivers: Looking for higher pay? New Century Trans is hiring exp. Company drivers and owner operators. Solos and teams. Competitive pay package.Sign-on incentives. Call 888-705-3217 or apply onlive at DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW at Stevens Transport! New drivers earn $750 per week! No CDL? No Problem! CDL & Job ready in 15 days! 1-877-649-3156. DRIVERS NEEDED CDL A w/4 years exp. $2000.00 SIGN ON BONUS. Run Midwest and South. Up to .41 mile + Benefits. Ad Distribution vance 877-992-9079 x 5 or


RNs - Part time openings in the PACU, ED and Birthing



days in the O.R.



Full time Evening position. MLT or MT registry or eligible required.


Pharmacy Tech - Part time opening. Day/Evening shift including some weekends. AVAILABLE FOR FULL & PART TIME EMPLOYEES Vacation at 6 months • 403(b) Program Health & Dental Insurance • Tuition Reimbursement Competitive Salary • 3 Weeks Vacation after 1 Year Full Time

600 Wilson Creek Rd. • Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 (812) 537-8120 • (513) 564-8000 ext 8120 • FAX (812) 537-1977 For an up-to-date listing of job opportunities at DCH, visit our website at or call our JOB HOTLINE at 537-8121 or 1-800-676-5572, 24 hours a day.

October 29 - November 1, 2013

The Journal Press • The Harrison Press • R.S. Recorder/O.C. News • The Dearborn County Register


OTR drivers needed above avg. mileage pay. avg. 2500-3500 miles/wk 100% no touch. Full benefits w/401K. 12 months CDL/A experience 1-888-545-9351 ext.13 “Partners in Excellence” OTR Drivers APU Equipped Pre-Pass EZ-pass passenger policy. 2012 & Newer equipment. 100% NO touch. Butler Transport 1-800-528-7825 REGIONAL CDL-A DRIVERS Averitt offers fantastic benefits & weekly hometime. 888-362-8608. Paid training for recent grads w/a CDL-A & drivers with limited experience. Apply o n l i n e a t Equal Opportunity Employer

Stone Belt Freight Lines Needs Owner Operators Now! Run 48 & Canada. Percentage Plus 100% Fuel Surcharge. Plate Program & Insurance Available. Call Kelsy 1-800-489-2332.

A LIFETIME OF laughter & happiness awaits your child. Happily married, financially stable couple looking to adopt. Please call Jason & Sheila (800)494-5978. Expenses paid.

ADOPT Caring, nuturing home for your newborn baby. Beautiful life, much love, secure future. Ex penses paid. Legal, confidential. Devoted married couple, Walt/Gina: 1-800-315-6957. Crafters needed 29th Annual Miamitown Christmas Walk. Alcohol Establishments needed for Christmas Concoction Contest. Need Entries for Gingerbread House Contest. email or call (513)353-2500

Internet Only Auction 38+/Acre Camp & Conference Facility Ends Nov 18 @ 2pm 7541 Fox Hollow Rd., Bloomington, IN BID NOW! 812-824-6000 United TODDLER/PRESCHOOL Country-Coffee Realty & TEACHERS Auction Lic#AC30200042 Tree House Childcare, Seller: Camp Vision, LLC 5910 Colerain Ave., looking for a qualified toddler PELVIC/TRANSVAGINAL and preschool teacher; MESH? Did you undergo HS/GED, AA degree, or transvaginal placement of CDA, call (513)322-5536 mesh for pelvic organ proemail resume t o lapse or stress urinary insandy@treehousechildcontinence between 2005 and present time? If the Drivers Needed, Regional mesh caused complicaRuns, 53 ft Dry Vans tions, you may be entitled $.45/mile loaded $.30 to compensation. Call empty. Home most week- Charles H. Johnson Law ends. Major medical/den- and speak with female members tal/prescription Ins & Bo- s t a f f nuses. Class A CDL, 23 1-800-535-5727. yrs old & 1 yr recent trac- Wanted: Rental home in tor/trailer exp.  Call Schilli Dearborn County or close Specialized Recruiters vicinity. Need 3-4 bed 877-261-2101 o r rooms, 2 full bathrooms. children. Call N o 740-457-2812 (Leave Drivers- CDL-A DRIVERS message) or email NEEDED Now hiring solo & teams in your area! Small Company, BIG Benefits! Top Pay for Hazmat. CDL Grads Welcome 888-928-6011 Drivers- CDL-A Train and Achs Services - Heating work for us! Professional, and Air conditioning. All focused CDL training avail- types and models, hot waable. Choose Company ter heaters, light electrical Driver, Owner Operator, and plumbing. Licensed Lease Operator or Lease and insured. Trainer. (877) 369-7203 (513)668-3775 www.CentralTruckDriving- (765)647-0439. ARTS Home Maintenance EARN $500 A DAY: Insur- Repairs & Installs Snow ance Agents Needed: Clearing Paved or Con Leads, No Cold Calls; crete Sidewalk, Driveways, Commissions Paid Daily; Small Parking Lots Lifetime Renewals; Com- 812-926-2726 plete Training; Health/Dental Insurance; Life License Bowman Painting and genRequired. C a l l eral contractor. Interior /exterior painting, commercial 1-888-713-6020. and residential. Roofing Established company is and remodeling, custom looking for drivers in the staining, high pressure Lawrenceburg area. If you washing. Free estimates. have a good driving re - Call (812)689-6771 or cord, like to help people, (812)537-4677. and would like to supplement your income, please Bowman Tree Service. call 812-663-9990 to Trimming, topping, tree removal, lot clearing, storm schedule an interview. damage, fully insured and Experienced maintenance free estimates. Call technicians with a mini - (812)537-4677. mum of four years experi- Business owners: Tired of ence in a technical mainte- hiring “temporaries” that nance position for second rarely work out? Need and third shift positions. good workers? As a forEmail resume t o : mer “temp agency” owner, I feel your pain. Now clearly seeing what Flatbed Drivers. New Pay doesnʼt work out, I have Scale - Start @ .37 cpm. structured a much more efUp to .04 cpm Mileage bo- fective, unconditionally nus. Home weekends. In- guaranteed “Direct Hire” surance & 401K. Apply @ alternative hiring plan that you will be interested in. 800-648-9915 Call Kevin (513)320-9950



AIRLINE CAREERS begin here- Get FAA approved Aviation Tech training. Financial aid if qualified. Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance McIntosh Tree Service 877-523-5807 Family owned and AC0901 ated. 30 years experience. Complete removal, top ping, pruning, deadwooding or just a little TLC. Free estimates. Call (513)375-7107.


41 ANNOUNCEMENTS ADOPT: Loving mom & dad promise your baby warmth & security. Exp. paid. Denise & Nick, 1-866-664-1213.

Hers & His Professional Services. Grass cutting, home/business cleaning, trash removal. Partners in life and business. Aurora, Ind. Bonnie & Steve Telinda, (513)703-4416 or (513)309-9460.

Company Drivers $2000 Sign-On Bonus* Full-time - Our family-owned and operated company wants to help you succeed! We offer Dry Van FreightNo Touch, 80% of Freight is roundtrip, 70% of runs are Dedicated, $400 Quarterly Safety Bonuses, Full-Time Average Miles a week are 2,800, 6- Paid Holidays, 1 week vacation after 6 months, 2 weeks after 1 year. Must be 23 years of age with a valid Class A CDL. *Terms and Conditions apply

GARAGE & 58 MISCELLANEOUS 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 55 YARD SALES

P.A.W.S. Rummage Sale Nov 8-10 Agner Hall, Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds.  Accepting donated items now or dropoff Nov 5-6, New Local Business-Bim- 10am-7pm Agner Hall.  rose Window Cleaning, Info 513-910-2728. commercial and residential. Free Estimateʼs. 812-532-9390 or 812-577-5472 H&H Firearms. Guns, Residential Cleaning. guns, guns! Rifles, pistols, Tri-state. You make the shotguns, muzzle loaders. mess, we'll do the rest. In- Call Dave or Connie. sured/Bonded. Specializ- 812-926-1711. ing in construction, commercial and residential Straight Shooters Gun 812-290-4490 Thank you. show! Nov 2& Nov 3, Sat. 9-5, Sun. 9-3. Admission Get ready fall cleaning. $5.00. Friendship, IN 812-498-3833.

SAVE on Cable TV-Internet-Digital Phone-Satellite. Youʼve Got A Choice! Options from ALL major service providers. Call us to learn more! CALL Today. 888-541-7967.

56 Sporting Goods 59


Absolutely no trespassing of any kind for any reason. No exceptions. Not re sponsible for accidents, injuries or personal property. Violators will be prose cuted at their own ex pense. Property located at 8692 Willey Rd., Harrison, OH. Molly Jansen, Cathy Maher, Mary Ison. Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, fishing, swim ming, trapping, horseback riding, woodcutting, motorized bikes, quad runners, or 4-wheelers allowed for any reason. Not responsible for accidents or injury to anyone, Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense to the full extent of the law on the property of G.E. Stacy, 27357 Stacy Lane, 1905 Pinhook Rd., West Harrison, Ind., 47060.




2 new Labor Day Pomeranian puppies (1- 6 months, 1- 8 weeks). Tax deductible for the DʼAndrea LaRosa Art Foundation. Accepting deposits now. 812-290-9588 or 812-290-1520.

**SERTA MATTRESS** **SALE** Serta Mattress Queen SET Now $175 List $500. Serta Perfect Sleeper Queen SET now $399 LIst $1450 Can deliver. NEW w/warranty. Call 859-534-5107 Bad teeth? Extractions and Dentures using oral sedations. Free Consultations. Dr. McCall info and before/after photos at m 317-596-9700 DirectTV- Over 140 channels only $29.99 a month. Call Now! Triple Savings! $636.00 in Savings, Free Upgrade to Genie & 2013 NFL Sunday ticket free!! Start saving today! 1-800-246-2073

weeds. Same money. 99.9 grass hays Starting $25.00 812-926-2013 Local delivery available Manchester IN.

GUN SHOW!! Portland, IN- November 2nd & 3rd, Jay County 4-H Fair grounds, 806 E. Votaw St., Sat. 9-5, Sun 9-3 For inforSmall squares, mixed mation call 765-993-8942 grassed $3-$3.75. Timothy Buy! Sell! Trade! or orchard $5. 4x5 grass $30 outside, $35 inside. Sale of personal property Call 513-417-1185 or to enforce lien. 6-Guenther, 56/70-Higgenbotham, 812-438-3757. 45-Henson, 58-Bezanson, Wanted to buy cattle and 91EGeisen, 34-Kuhling, horses. Crippled or sound. 36B-Smith. Nov. 7, at Also buying wild cattle. 5:30. 23903 State Line Will pay c a s h . Road, Lawrenceburg. (859)620-5860.

GARAGE & 55 YARD SALES !!!-A-A-A YARD SALE DEADLINE BEFORE 10 A.M. FRIDAYS Holiday deadlines Thursday before 10 a.m. $15 four papers 25 words or less Call Harrison Press (513)367-4582 or Lawrenceburg (812)537-0063.

Damm Theatre Antiques & Family Home/Barn Sale. 139 E. Ripley Street, Osgood. November 1st-3rd 8:00am-5:00pm. Garage Sale - Sat., Nov. 2, 10- ? Rain Cancels. 108 Lellan Ave., Harrison. Multiple household items, clothing, furniture, jewelry and much more! Huge Sale - Fri.-Sat. Nov. 1 & 2, 9-3. 108 Whippoorwill, Harrison. Clothing, baby items, furniture, wedding dress size W20. Too big to miss this one! Moving Sale Nov 1 & Nov 2 9am-? 605 N. High St. Rising Sun IN. Rain or Shine. Donʼt miss this one! Rummage Sale NOV. 2, 2013 8am-1pm 1st United Methodist Church, 304 3rd St Aurora, IN Bag sale at noon. Proceeds go for local mission projects.

Instant cash paid for baseball cards, coins, gold, silver, diamonds, pocket watches, old toys, trains, comic books, antiques, mili tary, autographs, NASCAR, large collections, estates. We pick up. Scott, (513)295-5634.

Absolutely no fishing, no swimming, no hunting, or trespassing permitted. Not responsible for any injuries or accidents on the property belonging to: Mark & Eva Roll, End of Diefenbach Road, Bright IN 47025 09-14 Absolutely no fishing, no swimming, no hunting, or trespassing permitted. Not responsible for any injuries or accidents on the property belonging to : Rod and Brenda Cafouras, 12476 Gordon lane, Dillsboro, IN 47018 2-13

Absolutely no trespassing for any reason. Violators will be prosecuted. Not responsible for any acci dents or injuries on the properties of James, Wilma, Samuel Goff and Carolyn Goff/Brown, 13337 Goff Lane, Moores Hill, In 09-14 Absolutely no trespassing for any reason including motorized vehicles - hunting of any kind (bow or gun - nor trapping) or sledding. Not responsible for accidents, injuries or personal property. Violators will be prosecuted at their expenses to the fullest extent of the law on the property of Irvin J. Hartman & Frances M. Hartman, 221 Locust St., Greendale, IN 47025 1-14

Absolutely no hunting or trespassing. No dirt bikes or motorized vehicles of any kind. Not responsible for accidents, injuries or fatalities on the property of Helen Amm & Teresa Wanted to buy: Goats, any Stone, 18060 Union Absolutely no trespassing variety, fair prices paid. Ridge, Aurora, In 47001. for any reason; no fishing, 859-250-2001 Absolutely no hunting, dog hunting, trapping, swimrunning, wood cutting, ming or open fires. No modumping, animal abandon- torized bikes, 4-wheelers ment, motorized vehicles, or other motorized vehibikes, trapping, firearms, cles. Violators will be or swimming. No trespass- prosecuted at their own ing of any kind for any rea- expense. We are not reson. Not responsible for sponsible for any acci accidents, injuries or fatali- dents or injuries on the ties, to any person or per- property. Ryan Stroud sonal property. Activities of Heartland, Homestead any kind will not be toler- Land Trust 4-13 ated. Violators will be prosecuted at their own Absolutely no trespassing expense to the fullest ex- for any reason. Violators All autos wanted running tent of the law on the prop- will be prosecuted. Not reor not. Top Cash paid to erty of L.J. Backman, sponsible for any acci you, towing free. Must 6422 East Laughery dents or injuries on the have title ready. Also Creek Rd., Aurora, IN properties of Hidden Valley Lake, Inc, Hidden Valbuying old campers. 10-13 812-926-9332 8a-6p Monley Golf Club, Rupel DeAbsolutely no hunting, fishday-Saturday. velopment Corp., Couning or trespassing for any try Acreage, Inc., Jacob reason w/o written permisProperties, bor We buy and haul junk cars & trucks with titles. Call sion on the properties dered by Georgetown owned or leased by us. No Road, Fairway Drive, Al812-621-0961 or email davesautosalvage1@gmai excuses. Violators will be pine Drive and Oberting arrested and prosecuted. Road, Miller Township Harry and John Hud - and City of Greendale. dleston, 8731 SR 56N, 03-14 Aurora, IN or 5311 Yorkridge Road, Guilford, Absolutely no trespassing IN for any reason, not responAbsolutely no hunting, fish- sible for accidents or injuing or trespassing of any ries. Violators will prosekind. Not responsible for cuted at their own ex 4 Goodyear Fortera Tires property or personal injury penses.: The Beverly J. 265/50 R20 with Venice on the property of: George Neihardt Trust, 14950 20in. rims with 3in. lip. Hockl, Norkus & White Old State Road 350, $900 OBO 812-290-3409 Plains Rd., Manchester Moores Hill, IN 8-13 Township, Aurora, IN 4-14 Absolutely no swimming, fishing, hunting or tres Absolutely no hunting, fish- passing permitted, not reing, dog running, woodcut- sponsible for any injuries ting, dumping, animal or accidents on any propabandonment, motorized erty or lakes belonging to: vehicles, bikes, trapping, Ralph Eugene Clark, Jr. 1959 Edsel needs motor firearms, swimming, tree and Mary Clark, 1505 and 1960 Covair nice con- cutting, snowmobiling, Water Street, Hardin dition. Both for $6000. Bill creek rock hunting, turning town, Lawrenceburg, IN Yelton 513-218-5406 around in private circle Anyone caught in the auto drive or trespassing of any salvage yard or above Will Buy & Haul Scrap kind for any reason . Not property will be prose Cars & T r u c k s responsible for accidents, cuted. 09-14 injuries or fatalities to per(812)716-0781. sons or personal property. Activities of any kind will Absolutely No Trespassing not be tolerated. Violators for any reason, no fishing, will be prosecuted at their hunting, trapping, dumpown expense to the fullest ing, wood cutting, or swimextent of the law on the ming, no motorized bikes, of:John Nie- 4-wheelers or other motorPOST FRAME properties haus, 16827 St. Rt. 148, ized vehicles. Violators will be prosecuted at their own BUILDINGS Aurora, Ind., 47001. expense, not responsible SPECIALS! Absolutely no hunting, for any accidents on the 20x24 • $3,995 trapping, woodcutting, mo- property of: Gale Banta, w/ 2 doors torized bikes, or trespass- 4304 State Road 48, Lawing for any reason or pur- renceburg, IN 47025 30x50 • $8,995 w/ 2 doors pose. These activities are 10-11 strictly forbidden and will Built on your lot! not be tolerated. Violators 50 Years Experience will be prosecuted at their Absolutely no trespassing Large selection of own expense. Also not re- for any reason. Violators colors & sizes sponsible for accidents on will be prosecuted. Not reMaterial packages the property of: Rodney & sponsible for any acci available Arlene Miller 8824 North dents of injuries on the GOSMAN INC. 812-265-5290 Hogan Rd., Aurora, IN property of: 47001 08-14 Tom & Kathy Klump Tower Rd., Lawrence Absolutely no hunting, burg trapping, fishing, swim - Trojan Rd., Extending to Beneker Rd., St. Leon ming, trash dumping, Kildeer Ln., Guilford woodcutting, motorized veMosmeier Rd., Sunman hicles, firearms, or tres passing for any reason. 1-13 Violators will be prose cuted. Beware of dog. Not ABSOLUTELY NO TRESresponsible for accidents PASSING OF ANY KIND, or injuries on the property FOR ANY REASON of: Perry & Tracy Boone, OWNER NOT RESPONSI18002 Lost Creek Lane, BLE FOR ANY ACCI DENTS, INJURIES, OR Lawrenceburg, IN 1-13 FATALITIES. VIOLATORS Absolutely no hunting, WILL BE PROSECUTED trapping, fishing, swim - AT THEIR EXPENSE. ming, trash dumping, SHELIA BLOCK woodcutting, motorized ve- 9163 OLD S.R. 350 hicles, firearms, or tres - AURORA, IN 47001 passing for any reason. Violators will be prose - Absolutely No Trespassing cuted. Not responsible for of any kind, for any reason accidents or injuries on the at any time. No Excep property of: John Ste- tions! Owner not responsigemiller, 24569 Hiltz Rd., ble for any accidents, injuGuilford, IN 47022. 11-12 ries or fatalities. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Tresa ManAbsolutely No Trespassing ford 11510 North Hogan for any reason. Violators Road Aurora, IN 47001 will be prosecuted at there 5-14 own expense. No vehicles Absolutely no trespassing including ATVʼs, Motorcycles etc. Not responsible of any kind allowed on all for any accidents or inju- properties belonging to ries on the property of Ola & Julie Miller. No exP.A.W.S. Humane Cen- ceptions. Not responsible ter, 200 Charles A. Liddle for injuries, accidents or faDR. Lawrenceburg, IN. talities. No vehicles of any kind, horseback riding, etc, 47025 unless written permission is given. Ola & Julie Absolutely no trespassing Miller, 11302 N. Hogan - of any kind - for any rea- Rd., Aurora, IN 47001 son. It is illegal to tres - 2-12 pass. No hunting, trapping, trash dumping, wood cutting, swimming, discharg- Absolutely no trespassing, ing firearms or explosives hunting, fishing, swim of any kind, riding animals ming, woodcutting, quad or bicycles, or any motor- or cycle riding. Not responized vehicles including sible for accidents or injuATVʼs, quad runners, mo- ries on the property of: torcycles, motor bikes, etc. Jim & Larry Gabbard, Not responsible for prop- Lattire Farm, Gregory erty damage, accidents. Bier (The Land) Union Injuries or fatalities. Viola- Ridge Road, Aurora, IN tors will be prosecuted to 47001 6-14 the full extent of the law. Absolutely no trespassing, This is a 44 acre tract hunting, fishing, swim bounded on the south by ming, trapping, horseback Lutz Road and on the riding, woodcutting, motornorth by Harley Springs bikes, quadrunners or Subdivision. Welbourne ized 4-wheelers allowed on my G. Williams, 4738 Lutz property for any reason. Rd., Guilford, Indiana. Not responsible for acci1-13 dents or injury to anyone.



DISH TV Retailer- Starting Firewood for Sale-Sea at $19.99/month (for 12 soned U pick up or will demos.) & High Speed Interliver.Call 812-438-2176 net starting at (where "Our Sportsmen will pay $14.95/month available.) SAVE! Ask top dollar to hunt your About SAME DAY Installaland.Call for a free Base t i o n ! CALL Now! Camp Leasing Info Packet 1-800-283-0560 & Quote. 866-309-1507 www.BaseCampLeasing.c FIREWOOD FOR SALE om Pickup truck load Echo chainsaw liquidation, Split and Delivered in the up to $100.00 off. Full 5 Bright area. $100.00 a year warranty plus a free truck load. Call 513-519-6142 gift. Zimmer Tractor & Turf, 523 West Eads Park- Firewood- 2 cords, split, way Lawrenceburg, IN seasoned firewood. Dump 812-537-0628 truck reasonable delivery. HAY Net wrapped (round) 2 cords $255. Call Donʼt feed your animals 812-637-2128.






Metal Roofing & Trim

12 Colors • Custom Trim Available • Delivery Available Next Day Service • Buy Factory Direct & Save $1.89 Lin Ft #1 • $1.49 Lin Ft #2 • $.99 Lin Ft Scratch & Dent MADISON METALS 812-273-5214 •


For more information, visit If interested, call Alisha at 888-542-4197 ext. 91.

Greendale Self - Storage Indoor storage available 24 hour access. Call (812)537-3131 or (812)637-1787.


Monroe Excavating, Hauling, LLC Limestone, Topsoil, Fill Dirt, Mulch, Sand, Gravel, Driveways Demolition, Digging, Basements, Dump Truck, Bobcat, Track Hoe Work Call (812)926-1995 or (513)310-0835




Violators will b e prose cuted at their own expense to the full extent of the law on the property of: The Gary Steinmetz Farm, 9783 Wesseler Road, Sunman, IN 05-14

Oxbow Inc. and Oxbow of Indiana, Inc. (”Oxbow”) are the owners of property located in the area com monly known as Horse shoe Bottoms, Lawrenceburg Township, Dearborn County, Indiana. Most of Oxbowʼs land is located between I-275 to US 50 exit ramp, the CSX tracks, and the levee along US 50 and the Argosy entrance road. Oxbow also owns land immediately west of I-275 between the CSX tracks and the Ohio River, as well as land east of I-275 between the CSX tracks, the Ohio River, and the state line. Maps of Oxbowʼs properties are available on our website at Oxbow,Ind. land is a wildlife sanctuary. Hunting, trapping, discharge of firearms, and the shooting of arrows is prohibited except in certain designated areas and only with the written permission of Oxbow. ATVʼs may not be operated on Oxbow property at any time. Operating other motorized vehicles (except for the purpose of ap proved farming and land management operations) off clearly established roads or on a road in any manner contributing to the need to repair the road is prohibited. Those who operate a motor vehicle on Oxbow property do so at their own risk, and are advised that the dirt roads may be impassable when wet. Under no circum stances will Oxbow be responsible for damage to a vehicle or injury to its occupants. Bank fishing only with appropriate license is al lowed and is monitored by conservation officers. Camping, bonfires, and overnight parking are prohibited. Swimming in streams, lakes and other watercourses is strictly prohibited, as are motorized watercraft of any sort. Removing, destroying or disturbing wildlife and plants, or farm crops with out express written consent of Oxbow is prohibited. Oxbow property is regularly patrolled by law enforcement officers who have been instructed to prosecute all violators. Activities such as bird watching, hiking and the activities not expressly prohibited by these rules or state law may be done at ones own risk. Oxbow is not responsible for any injuries occurring on the property for those wishing to visit. Those in doubt of the lawfulness of their activity on Oxbow properties are encouraged to first contact: Oxbow, 854 Ligoria Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45218 04-14 ABSOLUTELY NO TRESPASSING FOR ANY REASON. VIOLATORS WILL BE PROSECUTED AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE. 19150 COLLIER RIDGE GUILFORD, IN 47022. Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, trapping, trash dumping, tree cutting, tree damaging in any way, tree stands, firearms, bows, knives, or loitering. Not responsible for accidents, personal injuries, property damage, or fatalities. Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law at their expense of the properties of Gerald Conn, Cove Circle East lots 2534 and 2535, Hidden Valley Lake. 08-14 Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, quads, dirt bikes, or wood cutting. Not re sponsible for any injuries or accidents. Property consists of 10 acres. Richard and Melanie Wiedeman, 18554 Collier Ridge, Guilford, IN 47022 05-14 Absolutely no trespassing of any kind or for any reason. Not responsible for injuries or accidents on all property of Lischkge Motors, Inc. 10200 U.S 50 West, Aurora, IN 2-14

No hunting, no motorized bikes or vehicles, no trespassing of any kind and not responsible for accidents, violators will be prosecuted on the property of: Stanley Harmeyer & Sondra Lewis 22643, 22747, 22915 Jackson Ridge, Lawrenceburg, IN 09-14 No hunting, trespassing, quad or dirt bike riding on the property of Bill and Donna J. Fisher located at 6919 E. Laughery Creek Road, Aurora.

No hunting, woodcutting or trespassing and not re sponsible for accidents on the property of: Joseph and Edna Imholt, 8289 Leatherwood Road, Yorkville, Guilford, IN 4-14 NO TRESPASSING for any reason. Not responsible for any accidents, injuries or any fatalities on property of Betty J. Weber, Bloom Road Moores Hill, Indiana 47032. Violators will be prosecuted at their expense. No Trespassing for any reason. Not responsible for accidents, injuries or fatalities to persons or property. The Kremer Family 28483 Barber Rd. West Harrison, IN 47060 9-12


The Journal Press • The Harrison Press • R.S. Recorder/O.C. News • The Dearborn County Register

October 29 - November 1, 2013

70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column

No trespassing of any kind for any reason on the properties of the Tri-Township Water Corporation. Violators will be prose cuted at their own ex pense. Also not responsible for any accidents, injuries, or fatalities. Tri-Town Water Corporation No trespassing, hunting, fishing, wood cutting, four wheeling or tree cutting. Not responsible for accidents, injuries, or fatalities of any persons or personal property. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Cindy & Michael McAndrew, 19446 Anderson Rd., Law renceburg, IN 47025.

No trespassing without written permission and not responsible for accidents or injury on the property of Jim and Beth Marting, 6960 Nelson Road, Aurora, IN 47001 - in Ohio County. 9-14

No hunting, fishing, four wheeling, hiking, or gardening of any kind. Joan Fidler will not be held liable for any injuries ac quired on the property on both sides of 10419 Chesterville Road, next to 10095 Chesterville Road, and across from 10386 Chesterville Road. Violators will be prosecuted. 4-14

No Trespassing! Abso lutely no hunting, trapping, trash dumping, woodcutting, discharging firearms or fireworks or explosives of any kind, riding motorized vehicles or animals. Not responsible for property damage, accidents, injuries or fatalities. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense to the fullest extent of the law on the property of: Joseph F. Bayer, Jr. & Donna S. Bayer, 17365 Church Rd., Lawrenceburg, In 47025 1-13 No trespassing of any kind on property of : All Rite Ready Mix Of Indiana, LLC, 10513 Morgans Branch Road, Aurora, IN 2-13

No trespassing! Absolutely no hunting, trapping, trash dumping, woodcutting, discharging firearms or fireworks or explosives of any kind, riding motorized vehicles or animals. Not re sponsible for property damage, accidents, injuries or fatalities. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense to the fullest extent of the law on the property of: David L. Shuter & Deborah L. Shuter, Church Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 11-13

No trespassing! No hunting, tree stands, firearms, bows, trapping, fireworks, motorcycles or quads. Not responsible for accidents. Violators will be prose cuted at their expense. Lowell & Donna Hollins, 10625 St. Rt. 262, Dillsboro, IN. 10/14

No trespassing. No fishing, no swimming, no hunting or four wheelers. Not responsible for accidents or injury of any kind on my property. Barb Hornberger and family 9758 No trespassing, or hunting, E. Co. Rd. 1350 N, Sunon the farm of : Barry & man, IN 47041 Judy Pruss, Rt. 50 Mt. 07-14 Tabor Rd., Aurora, IN 3-13

No trespassing, motorized vehicles, hunting, trapping, fireworks or explosives of any kind, discharge of firearms or shooting of arrows on or onto the approximate 23 acres of Lot #8 in Miller Ridge Estates. Also not responsible for any acci dents or injuries occurring on this same property. Mike and Connie Crossley, Lot #8 Miller Ridge, 22102 Hickory View Lane, Guilford, IN 47022

No trespassing, hunting, fishing, trapping or dumping of any kind. Absolutely no motorized vehicles, bikes, quadrunners or 4-wheelers allowed on my property. Not responsible for accidents, injuries or fatalities. Beware of dogs. Violators will be prose cuted at their expense to the fullest extent of the law. Jeffrey Long, 9027 Old St. Rd 350 & 13385 Dean Rd., Aurora, In 47001. 9-14

No trespassing, no fishing, no hunting or artifact hunting. Nick Domaschko, Ohio County, 9748 St. Rd. 56 N., Aurora, In 47001 6-14

No trespassing of any kind on the properties & private drive of Marvin Zimmer 28817 Evergreen Lane, West Harrison, IN 47060 08-14

No trespassing, hunting, fishing, wood cutting, four wheeling or tree cutting. Not responsible for accidents, injuries, or fatalities of any persons or personal property. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Debi & Stephan Kraeling 7233 Bonnell, Guilford, Indiana 47022 05-14 No trespassing, hunting, fishing, wood cutting, four wheeling or tree cutting. Not responsible for accidents, injuries or fatalities to any persons or personal property. David & Michelle Fluegeman, South Hogan Road, Dillsboro, In 47018 1-13

Service Directory Apartments


Concord Square Apartments

Buying or Selling? CALL ME!

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

Barb Jedding

C: 812-584-5253 • H: 812-637-3115 IFAX: 513-278-0149

325 Walnut Street • L'burg Office: 812-537-1023



Lusby Construction Customs Homes & Remodeling 24 Hour Storm Damage Repair


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




Lawn Equipment Repair Barber Bottoms SMALL ENGINE REPAIR


Oil changed, oil/air filters, plugs, blades sharpened, tires inflated, gas topped off and washed.

FREE PICK UP and DELIVERY within 8 miles! “Don't sweat it, call us!”

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

Sunrise Store and Lock East Bellview Ln. Rising Sun



Post Frame Buildings

Residential • Farm • Commercial

Dillsboro, IN 812.432.5688

Health Care/Insurance


Annie's Classics Cafe Inside the lawrenceburg library M-Th • 8-5 Fri • 8-3, Sat • 10-3

812-537-3113 Tea at 3

4th Saturday of every month

Carpet & Flooring

Danette Volpenhein, Agent 451 Bielby Road Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

SALES & INSTALLATION Pre-finished or Site Finished Dust Containment System Available


812-577-0765 Learn more at®

Retaining Walls • Driveways • Walkways Patios • Planters • Mailboxes • Steps Chimneys • Foundations • Basements

We Repair, Replace or Install Concrete • Stone • Brick • Block


(859) 991-8382

Mattingly Photography Weddings Family Portrait / Reunions Sports Group Photos Special Events Commercial Photography

Madison Truss Company

Buy direct from manufacturers! Roof trusses for house, barn, garages & commercial

(812) 273-5482 Utilities

See us on the web…

“Over 20 years experience in quality photography”

„ „ „ „

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. ™

(812) 537-5546

In Home Assessment Available

20 E. Center St, Lawrenceburg

Southeastern Indiana REMC...

Retailers Thousands of used books for sale!

Books on High

“The Power of Human Connections” A Touchstone Energysm Cooperative

29 East High St., Lawrenceburg




Need a Helping Hand?


Old Time Masonry


40 years of experience in providing a variety of home care and staffing services.

Your Ad Here! Call Today!

Your Ad Here! Call Today!



Real Estate



Trade books for store credits

JRA Landscaping


We are here to help you with all your landscaping and lawn care needs. Call Julio @ 812-537-9855 or 513-509-8154

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

Closed Sunday-Monday

(By Wendy’s & Family Dollar)

•Layaway Available •Huge selection •Guaranteed Financing •Same Day Delivery or Pick Up •Highest Quality •Lowest Prices

“SALE” Going On Now! Open 7 Days (812)-577-3176

To advertise in the Service Directory or for more information, call 812-537-0063 or 513-367-4582


October 29 - November 1, 2013

The Journal Press • The Harrison Press • R.S. Recorder/O.C. News • The Dearborn County Register


70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column 70 Posted Column No trespassing, hunting, 4 wheeling etc. on property owned by Ken and Kathy Scherzinger or other owned entities on North Hogan Rd. between SR 48 and Holt Rd., Dear born County Indiana. Not responsible for any accidents of any kind. 5-14 No trespassing, hunting, four-wheeling or motor vehicles of any kind. Not responsible for accidents or injuries of any kind on the properties of Mike & Sylvia Heninger or Heniger Properties LLC on Woods Rd. Lawrencburg, IN 47025


No trespassing, soliciting , or visitation from strangers, family, or friends without written consent by Billie R. Powell on my properties located on North Hogan Rd.Billie R. Powell 10514 North Hogan Rd. Aurora, IN 47001. 3/13 No Trespassing. Not responsible for accidents or injury on the property of: Larry and Kim Jackson, 6720 Lipscomb Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025.

No hunting, fishing or trespassing for any reason. Not responsible for any injuries occurring on the No trespassing. Not re - property owned by: Stonegate Property Owners, sponsible for personal or Bordering on Stonegate property injury on the propDr. & Essex Lane. 05-14 erty of: Rita Bennett, 170 and 172 Conwell Street, Aurora, IN 4 7 0 0 1 No hunting, fishing, or trespassing without written 05-14 permission on the ChipNo trespassing, no hunting man farm. 7442 White or fishing. Absolutely no 4 Road, Rising Sun, Indiwheelers or motorized ve- ana . Violators will be hicles of any kind. Not re- prosecuted. 05-15 sponsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: No hunting, fishing, swimEarl & Thomas Sullivan, ming or trespassing and 18253 & 18350 Keller not responsible for acciRd., Lawrenceburg, IN dents on the property of: 5-13 Robert & Beth Baylor, 6223 St. Rd. 48, Law No trespassing, no huntrenceburg, IN 1 -13 ing, violators will be prosecuted. Not responsible for No hunting, fishing, trapaccidents on the property ping or trespassing or of: Glen & LaVerne Burk- ATVʼs. Violators will be hardt, Corner of Keller prosecuted at own ex Rd., & SR 48, Lawrence- pense, Not responsible for burg, In 1-14 accidents or injuries on the No trespassing, not re - property of, Dennis and sponsible for personal or Cindy Meyung, 10998 property injury on the prop- County Farm Rd, Aurora, erty of: Midwest Data IN, 47001, 12-13 Inc., 326 Walnut St., Law- No hunting, no ATV/bike renceburg, IN 47025 riding, no wood cutting 4-14 without written permission. No trespassing, hunting, Not responsible for per 4-wheeling or motorcycles. sonal or property injury on Not responsible for acci- property owned by: Midents or injury of any kind chael and Roberta Hankon the property of: John ins, Cranes Run Road, Kemme, 24464 State Logan Township 1-13 Line Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 7-13 No hunting, no fishing, no bike riding, absolutely no No trespassing, hunting, trespassing on the propmotorized vehicles, wood erty of: Irene Beckett Escutting, trapping, fishing. tate, 1005 Nowlin AveNot responsible for any ac- nue, Property on west cidents or injuries on the side of Tanners Creek properties of: Mike & Tim 08-14 Brooks (formerly property of Joseph C. Brooks) 9257 SR 48, No trespassing for any Aurora, corner of Cole reason. Not responsible for any accidents, Injuries, Lane and SR 50. 10-12 fatalities or personal property. This applies to all No trespassing, hunting, property owned by us.Be4-wheeling or motor vehi- ware of dog. Violators will cles of any kind. Not re- be prosecuted at their own sponsible for accidents or expence. Randy & Mary injuries of any kind on the L y n n Hayes, 3382 property of: Mark & Rob- Sneakville Rd., Law erta Klem, Seldom Seen renceburg IN, Also Estates, Lot #1,#2, #3, Goose Run, Aurora, IN 22505 State Line Rd., 2-14 Bright, IN 06-14

Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, fishing, swim ming, trapping, horseback riding, woodcutting, motorized bikes, quad runners or 4-wheelers allowed for any reason. Not responsible for accidents or injury to anyone. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense to the full extent of the law on the property of: Darrell & Susan Sexton, 17537 Hillcrest Dr., Lawrenceburg, IN 470205. 5-12 Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, firearms, woodcutting, trapping. No motorized vehicles of any kind. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Also not responsible for any injuries, accidents or fatalities on the property of: James Chrisman, Yorkridge Road, Guilford, IN 06-14 Absolutely no trespassing, no hunting, no woodcutting, no 4-wheeling, no quad running. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Not responsible for any accidents on the property of: Ronald W. Fields, 2488 Sneakville Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025. 11-13 No hunting, fishing or trespassing of any kind. Not responsible for property or personal injury on the property of: Maria Teresa Maturana, 2194 Lake Tambo Rd., Manchester, IN No hunting, fishing or trespassing and not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: Jerome & Ruth Martini, York Ridge Rd., Leatherwood Rd., York Township. No hunting, fishing, or trespassing for any reason and not responsible for any injuries occurring on the property owned by: Hidden Valley Lake Property Owners Associa tion, Bordering on Stateline Road and Georgetown Road, Lawrenceburg, In 1-13 Absolutely no trespassing for any reason. No fishing, hunting, trapping, dumping, woodcutting, or swimming. No motorized vehicles of any kind or 3 wheelers. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Not responsible for any accidents or injuries on the property be longing to: Patricia Stewart, 13409 Wynnʼs Way, Moores Hill, IN 47032. 11-23-11

I-275 Enterprises, Inc., is the owner of property located in the Horseshoe Bottoms, Lawrenceburg Township, Dearborn County, Indiana, bounded on the West and North by the right-of-way of interstate Highway 275 and on the South by the Chessie Railroad right-of-way and on the eastern edge of the I-275 Lagoon (hereinafter called “the property”). Hunting, trapping, dis charging firearms, shooting arrows, fishing, turtle hunting, dog running, tree cutting, woodcutting, dumping, animal abandonment, hiking, bicycling, motor biking, operating quads or after ATV vehicles, horseback riding, sledding, ice skating, snowmobiling, bird watching, camping, operation of aircraft, swimming, row boating, motor boating, sailing, creek rock hunting, turning around or trespassing of any kind on the property for any reason is absolutely forbidden without written and signed permission of a duly authorized agent of I-275 Enterprises, Inc., I-275 Campgrounds, Inc., and-or Horseshoe Camp grounds. I-275 Enter prises, Inc. 119 Walnut St., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 09-14 Absolutely no trespassing, no hunting, no woodcutting, no walking, no sightseeing, no motorized vehicles. Violators will be prosecuted at their ex penses. Not responsible for accidents or injury on the property of: Patrick Holland 14130 Brown Rd. Moores Hill, IN 9-11 Absolutely no trespassing for any reason: no fishing, hunting, trapping, or swimming; no motorized bikes, 4-wheelers or other motorized vehicles. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense; also we are not responsible for any accidents on the property of: Bieliauskas Family, 1230 Justis Rd., Lawrence burg, IN 47025 4-14 Absolutely No trespassing for any reason. Not re sponsible for any acci dents or injuries on the properties of Robert & Deborah Lischkge, 9794 Alans Branch, Moores Hill, IN 47032 2-14 Absolutely no trespassing for any reason. Not re sponsible for any injuries or accidents. Town of Moores Hill Properties, Moores Hill, IN 47032 4-14

No bikes, skateboards, roller blades. No trespassing for any reason; not responsible for injuries or accidents on property of: Dillsboro Civic Club, 9824 Central Ave. and 12930 North St., Dills boro, IN (formerly Doctors Bldg .) 09-14 Absolutely no trespassing for any reason; no fishing, no hunting, trapping, swimming, no motorized vehicles, firearms, trash dumping, open fires, wood cutting, horseback riding, 4 wheelers, bikes. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Not responsible for any injuries, accidents, fatalities. No trespassing, soliciting, or visitation from strangers, family, or friends without written consent from Ron and Debbie Seaver, 23718 James Lake Road, Guilford, IN 47022 04-14

Absolutely no trespassing for any reason. Will not be responsible for any accidents or fatalities. Violators will be fined and prosecuted on the property of: Mark & Bonnie Pennington, 12947 N. Hogan Rd., Aurora, In 47001 5-13

Absolutely No Trespassing for any reason. Violators will be prosecuted. Not responsible for any acci dents or injuries on the properties of: The Bowlins, Bordering on Lipscomb Dr., Mud Lick Creek and Rainbow Road, Manchester Township and 7327 Kaiser No trespassing for any Drive, 2-15 reason. Not responsible for accidents or injuries. Private property. Abso Marshall Alford 15778 W. County Line lutely no trespassing of any kind on all properties Rd. belonging to Dana and Moores Hill, IN 10-12 Phyllis Weisickle. No exceptions. Not responsible Positively no trespassing for any injuries, accidents, on the property of 10391 or fatalities. No vehicles of Huesman Rd. without own- any kind allowed to drive ers presence. Danger on through or park without property. Not responsible written permission. Dana for accidents. Robert and & Phyllis Weisickle Darlene Meyer, 8642 Mar- 12904 Probst Rd, Aurora, tin Rd., Dillsboro, IN IN 47001 47018. 03-14 4-14

No hunting or shooting, no woodcutting,, littering or dumping, no motorized vehicles, machinery or trespassing. Not liable or responsible for injuries or accidents. Violators will be prosecuted if found on property of: Dennis G. and Ann J. Elder, 17800 Duncan Lane, Aurora, IN 7-12 No trespassing for any reason. Not responsible for injuries or accidents. Violators will be prose cuted at their own expense on the properties of: Wm. G. Rudicil, Barber Rd., Gobblerʼs Knob Rd., W. Harrison, IN 1-14

DEADLINE IS EVERY FRIDAY AT 10AM FOR THE NEXT ISSUE Call or bring in your ad to one of our offices: 126 W. High Street, Lawrenceburg, IN 235 Main Street, Rising Sun, IN • 307 Harrison Avenue, Harrison, OH No refunds or credit given if your items/ads are sold or rented or cancelled after ad or ads are submitted. NO EXCEPTIONS.

If you would like to place your CLASSIFIED AD by mail, fill out the bottom and send to: Register Publications • P.O. Box 4128, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025


SERVICES / NOTICES 041 042 043 044 045 049

Announcements Child Care Business Services Lost & Found Instruction Misc. Services/Notices

051 052 053 054 055 056 057 058 059

Antiques Clothing Farm / Produce Furniture/Appliances Household Goods Garage/Yard Sale Sporting Goods Pets Miscellaneous Wanted To Buy

061 062 066 067 069 Call 812-537-0063 for questions 075 or to place your ad over the phone 076

Autos Wanted Auto Service & Parts Motorcycles For Sale Rec. Vehicles For Sale Autos For Sale Card Of Thanks In Memoriam

011 012 013 014 015 017 018 019

Houses For Sale Mobile Homes For Sale Farms For Sale Acreage For Sale Business/Industry For Sale Miscellaneous For Sale Real Estate Wanted Financial

021 022 023 024 025 028 029

Apartments For Rent Houses For Rent Mobile Homes For Rent Business Property Rent Office Space For Rent/Lease Miscellaneous For Rent Wanted To Rent

031 032 033 034

Help Wanted Business Work Wanted Job Training





$20.50 for 25 words for 1 week. $0.80 each additional word. Garage/Yard Sales $15. For a multiple week run, call our office for assistance at 812-537-0063. PLEASE PRINT • AD WILL NOT APPEAR WITHOUT THIS INFORMATION • PHONE #S COUNT AS ONE WORD

NAME:___________________________________________ CATEGORY #:___________ ADDRESS:________________________________________PHONE #:_______________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________


The Journal Press • The Harrison Press • R.S. Recorder/O.C. News • The Dearborn County Register

October 29 - November 1, 2013

2013 -2014 High School Winter SportS previeW


When the weather turns and the leaves start to fall the Hoosier state hits the hardwood. Whether it’s basketball, wrestling or swimming & diving kids all over the area are lacing up their shoes (or jumping into the pool) and giving their best. Join with the communities to support your local school and promote your business with our 2013-2014 Winter Sports Preview. These pages will be chalked full of photos, bios, interviews and information that fans can’t live without. Each school - the Lawrenceburg Tigers, East Central Trojans, South Dearborn Knights and Harrison Wildcats - will be represented with schedules, rosters and outlooks.

Find the Perfect Job and be Sure to Keep It! Looking for RN’s / LPN’s HHA’s / CNA’s

The following areas are looking for you! WEST HARRISON MADISON - HANOVER CANAAN and VEVAY

Come join the Advantage Team and enjoy things like, One on One Patient Care, Health Care Benefits, Weekly Pay, Direct Deposit, Flexible Scheduling, Minimal Traveling, Great Office Personnel and Much Much More!!!


In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday our offices will be closed Thursday, November 28th.

DEADLINE: November 20 PUBLISHES: December 4 & 5

Deadlines will be as follows:

This year’s section will run in the Dearborn County Register, Rising Sun Recorder and the Harrison Press as well as being featured on RegisterPublications. com giving your message a total audience of nearly 50,000 readers. Don’t be left on the sidelines – contact your advertising representative today to take advantage of these great prices!

RETAIL ADVERTISING: Journal Press & Harrison Press Thursday, Nov. 21, 10am Rising Sun Recorder/Ohio Co. News Friday, Nov. 22, 10am Dearborn County Register Monday, Nov. 25, 10am

1/16 Page (2x4) - B&W $120 • Full Color $160

800-807-6839 or 812-537-0325 406 RIDGE AVE. LAWRENCEBURG, IN 47025 WWW.ADVANTAGEHHC.COM EOE

1/8 (3x5) - B&W $225 • Full Color $295 1/4 Page (3x10 or 6x5) - B&W $330 • Full Color $425 1/2 Page (6x10 or 3x21) - B&W $540 • Full Color $665 Full Page (6x21) - B&W $945 • Full Color $1,095




CLASSIFIED LEGAL ADVERTISING: Classifieds (JP,HP,RS,RG) & Jp Legals Thursday, Nov. 21, 10am RS Legals Friday, Nov. 22, 10am RG Legals Monday, Nov. 25, 10am Market Place Monday, Nov. 25, 10am

Providing New Winter Clothing For Needy Children Winter weather is just around the corner and children in Dearborn County need your help!

How can I help, you ask?

It’s easy! Please fill out the form below indicating how you would like to help children in need this year and submit it to:




c/o Brooke Thies Register Publications P.O. Box 4128 Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Or stop by our office at 126 W. High Street in Lawrenceburg. You can also reach our office at 812-537-0063 for information or questions, or to sign up to be a volunteer shopper. * Families interested in receiving help must contact Kimberly Elliot at SIEOC 812-926-1585 or toll free at 888-292-5475 or visit 110 Importing St, Aurora, IN 47001. Enclosed is my donation to




name: address:



ZiP: do not

812-537-0063 Main Office 513-367-4582 Harrison Office 812-438-2011 Rising Sun Office

include my name in the published list of donors (Circle One)

yes !

I would like to make a donation and be a volunteer shopper.

yes !

I would like to make a donation only.

Please make check payable to Warm the Children. Donations are tax deductible.




2013 XV Crosstrek 2.0i Premium CVT

2014 Legacy 2.5i Premium CVT

2014 Forester 2.5i 6MT

2014 Outback 2.5i 6MT





STK#S32347 • DRB-04

STK#S00967 • EAD-02

STK#S591114 • EDA-01

STK#S60681 • EFA-01

23 844 23 156 21 636 23 256 $ $ $ $ 229 179 199 229






















KY: 859-525-2500 OHIO: 513-351-5400 7600 INDUSTRIAL RD., FLORENCE, KY Andy Held, Doug Schmidt, Joe Fangman or Dan Robke MON-ThUR 9-8 • FRI 9-7 • SAT 9-6 • SUN 11-4


The dearborn county register 10 31 13  
Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you