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Gazette Newspapers • Wednesday, August 24, 2011

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Great Lakes Baseball League will be holding their 11th Annual Labor Day weekend tournament, Friday, Sep 2 through Monday, Sept, 5. Information is available at: www.glbl.org, by email: hoschip@glbl.org, or by calling (440) 954-9400.

Law Enforcement Torch Run approaching The Ninth Annual Law Enforcement Torch Run Charity golf outing for the Special Olympics is being held on Saturday, Sept. 10 at Hickory Grove Golf Course. The four man scramble’s shot gun start begins at 9 a.m., with registration beginning at 8 a.m. The outing includes 18holes plus a cart, continental breakfast, hotdogs at the turn, and a steak dinner and beverages at the conclusion of the event. The first place team will receive a $400 reward, fifth place will receive $200, and tenth place will receive a $100 cash prize. Donation for the event is $60 per person and all tickets must be paid for no later than Sept. 1. In case of inclement weather, dinner will be served at 1 p.m. and a voucher for future use will be presented to each participant. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Sharon Bradley at (440) 993-1201, or Rick Caraway at (440) 474-7007. Hickory Grove Golf Course is located at 1490 Fairway Dr., Jefferson.

Glavickas honored at basketball camp BY BYRON C. WESSELL Gazette Newspapers ORWELL – Noah Glavickas, a Grand Valley Middle School student, recently participated in the Keystone State Invitational Basketball Camp held at Slippery Rock University. Noah is entering the seventh grade and attended the camp for the first time because he wanted to improve his all-around basketball game. Noah accomplished that mission as he won two awards during the camp. The first award was for most improved player. “It means that my practice is paying off,” Noah said on what it means to be awarded the most improved player award. Noah has worked hard on his basketball game both at home and at the camp and that hard work and dedication paid off. “I worked on ball-handling the most. I realized that it would take constant work and dedication for me to continue becoming a better basketball player and that I have a long

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Local players on Youngstown All-Star team play in Pony League World Series BY BYRON C. WESSELL Gazette Newspapers ANDOVER – The start of the 2011 Pony League Baseball World Series came down to ten very deserving and qualified teams. The teams involved in the tournament were; Culiacan-Sinaola, Mexico; Santo Domino City, Dominican Republic; Cranberry Township, PA; Washington, PA; Lafayete, IN; New Bedford, MA; Chinese Taipei, Youngstown, OH; Long Beach, CA; and Laredo, TX. The team from Youngstown, OH more commonly known as Youngstown Class B All-Stars defeated Culiacan-Sinaloa, Mexico in the opening road to advance to the top six teams in the world. Youngstown Class B moved on to face Chinese Taipei, who defeated Santo Domingo City, Dominican Republic with a score of 5-4. The Dominican Republic team was coming off a big

14-1 win over Long Beach, California. “We’re playing really good ball right now,” Assistant Coach from Andover Todd Thurber said on the team heading into the World Series. Youngstown Class B was able to score in the first inning to take an early lead in what turned out to be an incredible pitchers dual with the final score of 2-1. Austin Brunsetter, of Mecca, got a hit in the first inning for the Youngstown Class B team. Mexico was able to tie the game up at 1-1 after scoring on a passed ball in the fifth inning. However, Youngstown took the lead back in the bottom of the sixth inning. Brandon Chamberlain doubled off the wall in the sixth and Tommy Canon was able to score from first on the play, making it 2-1.

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Three local baseball players who were members of the Youngstown Class B Minor League baseball team that participated in the Pony League World Series in Washington, Pa., include (from left) Chase Thurber of Anodver, Austin Brunsetter of Mecca and Sage Cantini of Rock Creek. Also pictured is bat boy Sevy Cantini.

DeVivo catches a whopper walleye BY BYRON C. WESSELL Gazette Newspapers ANDOVER TOWNSHIP - The DeVivo family lives in Jefferson but has a nice little place on Pymatuning Lake where the family has gone camping and fishing for the past 15 years. The family has been enjoying the lake for years, but on June 24 the family had even more fun than usual. Angelo DeVivo and his son Anthony, along with Anthony’s five-year-old sister, were fishing in Pymatuning Lake. The family was drifting for crappie and ended up catching a dozen or so crappie and two perch and releasing five catfish. However, the biggest catch of the day was a 28-inch-long walleye that weighed seven-and-onehalf pounds. Anthony, who is only nine years old and entering the fourth grade, was using an ultra-light Rhino pole and had a juicy night crawler on the hook. Anthony then felt something on his line and shouted to his dad. “Dad, get the net! Get the net,” Anthony shouted to his dad. It ended up being quite the battle with the ultra-light set-up

as Anthony had the huge walleye on the end of his line. In fact, Anthony could barely feel his arms at the end of it. However, Anthony got the job done and was able to bring the walleye in close enough to the boat and to the surface that right when the walleye cut the line, his dad was able to scoop up the fish in the net. “When it was in the boat flipping, I could barely breath and I had to loosen my life vest,” Anthony said, describing the feeling afterward. “It was really exciting and my dad thought it was a snag at first, and I did for a little bit, but then I could feel it swimming around. I knew it was going to be big, but I thought it was a cat(fish),” Anthony said on how he felt when he reeled in his walleye. It was the first walleye Anthony ever caught. He is used to catching mostly blue gill, catfish, perch and bass. “When I flipped it in the boat, it was really exciting and he (Anthony) was psyched. I was really

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Anthony DeVivo holds his 28inch-long and seven-and-onehalf pound walleye.

Toppings hits hole-in-one while on vacation BY BYRON C. WESSELL Gazette Newspapers JEFFERSON - It may have taken 40 years, but Bernard Toppings hit his first hole-in-one on Monday, Aug. 1. Bernard, who lives in Belle, West Virginia, was visiting his relatives on vacation, in Madison, OH. His brother Larry Toppings and wife SUBMITTED PHOTOS his Bernard Toppings Susie often at takes his golf Bridgestone E5 ball H i c k o r y out of the pin after Grove Golf his hole-in-one at course in Hickory Grove Golf J e f f e r s o n and decided Course. to take Ber-

nard along with his wife Nella golfing at Hickory Grove on Friday, July 29th and then again on Monday. Bernard used a five wood and a Bridgestone Ball E5 for his hole-in-one on hole number two. He was also wearing Foot Joy Shoes at the time. “It was the first hole-in-one I’ve ever had and I’ve been golfing for 40 years. I don’t even know how to describe it. It’s sort of like a serene feeling. I wasn’t jumping up and down or running around or anything like that. I was just amazed it went in the hole from that distance,” Bernard said. Bernard had just a week or so earlier went for an exact fitting in South Carolina for his golf game. There he learned that he had a low trajectory on his swing and was told to start using the Bridgestone ball.

The pro-fitter figured out Bernard’s launch angle and swing speed and suggested the Bridgestone ball because it spins more and therefore rises while in the air more. The foursome of Bernard Toppings, Larry Toppings, Susie Toppings and Nella Toppings saw the ball coming down and heard it hit the pin. However, they could not be sure it went in until they drove up near the pin. Bernard Toppings knew he hit a good shot and that the ball hit the front of the green. The foursome looked for the ball on the green first and then Bernard’s wife Nella got out of the cart and saw the ball in the hole. “We were excited, because we’ve never seen him or anyone hit a hole-in-one before. We were just all very excited,” Susie Toppings said. Bernard tries to golf once a

week, but prior to the vacation had not golfed since June 9th. He also got some of his clubs shortened, while at the pro-fitter, but was still using his old clubs at the time of the hole-in-one.

Bernard Toppings stands next to the pin after his hole-in-one on hole number two.

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2C • GAZETTE NEWSPAPERS

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 2011

Nationally acclaimed Lake Erie Silver Dolphins merging with Spire Institute Olympic Gold Medalist Diana Munz Appointed Senior Director of Swimming and Jim Bocci Head Coach, SPIRE Swimming GENEVA – Jerry Holtrey’s nationally acclaimed youth swim club, the Lake Erie Silver Dolphins (LESD), is merging with SPIRE Institute (www.spireinstitute.org), one of the world’s largest indoor Olympic-grade multi-sport training, event, and academic complexes. LESD, a gold medal member of the Northeast Ohio affiliate of USA Swimming, will utilize SPIRE’s aquatics facility while also maintaining their present satellite locations.SPIRE’s aquatics center will have state of the art technology throughout the facility and house one of the fastest pools in the country. SPIRE partnered with Myrtha Pools, the world leader in pool technology, to design a facility that would serve as a premier center for competition and training. A 50meter, 10lane Olympic sized

pool with two moveable bulkheads will highlight the center, along with a 25-yard multi-purpose pool and four therapeutic pools. Upon opening in October 2011, the SPIRE aquatics center will host a comprehensive program of swim classes for the general public including learn to swim classes, masters swim team, scuba classes and water aerobics. Led for the past 44 years by American Swim Coaches Association Hall of Fame member Holtrey, LESD consists of over 350 members who train yearround and compete throughout the country. In addition to LESD, Holtrey has coached The Hawken School swim team in Cleveland since 1967 and led them to 23 state Championships. As part of this merger, Holtrey will continue coaching LESD and Hawken School w h i l e bringing his legendary coaching tech-

niques and training skills to SPIRE. To prepare for the upcoming season and welcome new swimmers, LESD will hold tryouts on Saturday, Aug. 27, from 9 to 11 a.m. at Hawken High School and from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Perry High School. “I am thrilled that we will be able to utilize the world-class facilities at SPIRE Institute to continue the strong tradition of competitive swimming in Northeast Ohio,” Holtrey said. “The athletic and educational programs at SPIRE are something truly special and will help guide the next generation of athletes and leaders. With the commitment the Institute has made to this new aquatics center, Geneva will become a training and competition destination for swimmers throughout the world.” In addition to its new competition and training facility, SPIRE’s aquatics center will be under expert leadership. Munz is assuming the role of Senior Director of swimming. In addition, native Clevelander Jim Bocci, head swim coach at the nationally ranked and 2010 state champion Fork Union Military Academy in Fork Union, Va., will

PONY Chase Thurber, from Andover, played well defensively in left field for Youngstown. Sage Cantini, of Rock Creek, also made some nice plays at second base. In fact, in the sixth inning Sage made a play in the hole at second base that the book keeper marked down as what he thought would end up a sure single, but when he looked up he realized Cantini had made a diving play and threw the runner out at first. It was a critical play in the game

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as Youngstown’s defensive efforts proved to be the difference in the close game. “It was a great game,” Thurber said after the 2-1 win. Youngstown tallied five hits in the game, while Mexico was limited to only two hits. Youngstown Class B then moved on to play Chinese Taipei, but lost 12-3. In one of the scoring drives Chase Thurber led off with a single for Youngstown. Hunter Snyder followed

with a single of his own and Thurber later scored on an infield single. The score was 6-1 for the majority of the game. Thurber also had a fielder’s choice with the bases loaded and Austin Brunsetter had an RBI single. The Chinese Taipei pitcher was constantly hitting the outside corner. Youngstown Class B collected nine hits in the game but was unable to put a big scoring drive together. Chinese Taipei eventu-

WALLEYE happy for him,” Angelo said on how he felt when his son caught the big walleye. Not every fishing trip ends with a big fish, but Anthony has always been grateful for each chance out in the water. Being outdoors and fishing is a great opportunity to spend time with family and opens up the doors for communication and bonding. “I like bonding with him,” Anthony said on what he likes most about fishing with his dad. His father feels the same way. “From the time I get home from work and we go out and buy some new hooks or sinkers, I love spending time with them. That’s why we have the place on Pymatuning. It’s

ally moved on to the Championship game against Laredo, Texas. Youngstown Class B would also lose to Long Beach, California 11-2. However, this marked the first time in 55 years that a team from Ohio advanced this far in the Pony League World Series. Coincidentally enough, Brandon Chamberlains’ grandfather was on that team in 1955. For more information on the tournament and up-todate results visit pony.org.

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great family time. The best childhood experiences I had were the ones I spent with my dad fishing and hunting,” Angelo DeVivo said. “There’s no internet or T.V. and it just gives you a chance to appreciate the simple things. We have such an awesome area to do these sorts of things.” “Even if we don’t catch something we have a good time. We talk about a lot of things and have a lot of communication. When it’s a little slow, we have story time,” Angelo continued. When it comes to fishing in general, Anthony likes the rush of having a fish on the line. Anthony has been fishing since he was around three or four years old and started in the pond they have in their backyard. His

CAMP way to go,” Noah said on what basketball skills he worked on the most during the off-season. Noah was also chosen as an All-Star at the point guard position during the basketball camp. “It means a lot to me to be named an All-Star at this camp because I was chosen out of all of the good basketball players at the camp,” Noah said on what it meant to him to be named an All-Star at the camp. The aspect that Noah likes most about playing basketball is the competition and there were plenty of talented basketball players at the camp. The Keystone State Invitational Camps, which are certified by the NCAA, are held at select campuses across Pennsylvania and annually bring together many of the best basketball players in the East.

serve as Aquatics Director and Head Coach for SPIRE Academy swimming. Bocci has coached multiple All-Americans, USASwimming Junior National qualifiers, over 40 All-State recipients, and was hand picked for this position by Holtrey and Munz. “As an Olympian, I have always wanted to be a role model for young aspiring youth,” said Munz. “SPIRE’s aquatics center provides a tremendous opportunity for me to teach not only our region, but the entire world about the importance of swimming, being a leader, developing sportsmanship and never giving up on a dream. At the same time, we have been able to create the perfect training ground, taking all the benefits of aquatic centers around the globe and incorporating them into one state of the art facility. I can think of no better place than SPIRE to make future dreams come true.” The new aquatics center will also play a central role at SPIRE Academy. Scheduled to open in the fall of 2012, the Academy and its nationally renowned coaches will offer residential training programs in swimming, soccer, track and field and

favorite fish to catch is bass. When Anthony grows up he is considering becoming a game warden or fishing warden. “I really enjoy being in the outdoors and I love learning about it,” Anthony said. As Anthony gets older, he is looking into opportunities to spend time with one of the wardens at Pymatuning Lake. “He’s definitely an outdoorsman. He loves it,” Angelo said about his son. Usually when Anthony and his dad go fishing, Anthony is the one to decide which direction to go and which fishing spot to hit. Anthony also asks about the water temperature when deciding on an area. “I pick places where I’ve

had luck before or where we see fish on the fish finder,” Anthony said. Anthony also pays attention while driving to the lake and looks for spots in the lake with a lot of green areas and sometimes he ends up going there. One time while out on the lake, Anthony and his dad watched a bald eagle swoop down and pluck a fish out of the water. Witnessing that feat was pretty exciting, but Anthony was already thinking like a true fisherman. “Let’s move over there,” Anthony said to his dad. In the end, the walleye ended up feeding a family of six for an evening, but the story and experience will last a lifetime.

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Noah particularly liked the Keystone State Camp because of all the actual basketball playing he got to participate in. “The thing that I liked most about this camp was that you did not do a lot of sitting around listening to lectures, it was an action camp,” Noah said on what he liked best. Some of the things Noah worked on at the camp were two-ball, ball-handling and using proper defensive fundamentals. In the end, Noah went home with two awards and an increased knowledge on basketball and an improved basketball skill set. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Noah Glavickas was chosen as both an AllStar and Most Improved Player at a recent Keystone State Basketball Camp.

volleyball. It will be the first residential Academy custom designed with an equal emphasis on both education and athletic training and will offer these four initial sports that have not been done in one comprehensive multi sport Academy. Lacrosse will come on line in 2013. The Academy will offer residential semesters, weekend training sessions and week-long summer camps and will feature the most diverse and inclusive collection of athletes assembled on one campus. “Our goal in designing the aquatics center is to

provide all athletes the ability to train in worldclass facilities with instructors who have reached the highest levels in their fields,” said Ron Clutter, founder, SPIRE Institute. “Jerry Holtrey, Diana Munz, and Jim Bocci exemplify all that we are looking for in our partners. While Jerry has achieved unprecedented success in the pool, he also places a tremendous emphasis on developing traits that will serve these student athletes for life. We welcome the Lake Erie Silver Dolphins to SPIRE and look forward to their continued success.”

About SPIRE Institute SPIRE Institute integrates sports and education, training and learning, in a way that has never been done before with a focus on the development of the whole self. With more than 750,000 sq. ft. under roof and acres of outdoor facilities, it has the unique capacity to simultaneously host clubs, leagues, tournaments and Championship events no matter the weather or the season. SPIRE’s holistic approach integrates health and wellness programs; including conditioning, nutrition, sports psychology, and physical therapy. SPIRE Institute is part of the Geneva area Recreational, Educational and Athletic Trust, a nonprofit organization that re-invests every dollar back into the development of its athletes, its programs and its facilities.

Area Sports Scores Girls Golf Geneva Shaker Heights Conneaut

167 228 239

South Lakeside Shaker Heights

192 223 229

Champion Jefferson

195 198

Jefferson Struthers

231 236

South Shaker Heights Edgewood

175 211 233

Magnificat NDCL Geneva

320 345 350

Geneva Shaker Heights Conneaut

167 227 239

Jefferson 198 SS. John and Paul 227 Geneva Lakeview Perry

339 83 410

Conneaut Edgewood North

247 251 267

Girls Tennis

Geneva Madison

5 0

Poland Jefferson

3 2

Perry Lake Catholic

3 2

Canfield Jefferson

5 0

Lakeside Chardon

3 2

Geneva North

5 0

Lakeside Edgewood

4 1

Lakeside South

3 2

Boys Golf Badger 19 Grand Valley 181

Champion Jefferson

151 158

North Geneva

Edgewood Cleveland Heights

327

Lakeside South

176 185 157 176

Maplewood 204 Grand Valley 206 Madison Geneva

332 369

396

Lordstown 169 Grand Valley 197 Riverside Geneva

169 179


WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 2011

GAZETTE NEWSPAPERS • 3C

Thompson Kart Raceway holds point race BY BILL LEVY Gazette Newspapers THOMPSON - There was a sense of “family” on Aug. 21 at the Thompson Kart Raceway. Many youngsters were seen enjoying the day with their parents and siblings while waiting to ride. “We do this 17 times a year, which amounts to about half the weekends,” said Doug Marsh club president of Championship Kart Racing. “We have two Heat races, one Feature, and seven classes.” Marsh said the age categories are: Kid Karts (5-7), Junior Sportsman (8-12), Junior (12-15) and Senior (15+). Nine year old Maggie

Cross, who is coached by her father Doug, a longtime pro driver of many types of vehicles, mentioned how racing is important to her family. “It is a way to connect with family,” she said. Steven Dressler of Mentor also nine, echoed a similar sentiment. “My dad used to race stock cars,” he said. “I want to carry on the tradition.” It is that atmosphere that people seem to want to be a part of. “With my job at WISECO I do many things related to racing like working with the Texas Motor Speedway, said Ed Stewart formerly of Chardon who now resides in the Forth Worth Area.

Ryan Dressler, 5, of Mentor, participates in the points race at Thompson Kart Raceway.

CKRA Race Number 11 Results Aug. 21 Action Business Interiors 50cc Kid Karts Position

Driver Andrew Shira Andrew Kirkland Ryan Dressler

Number 24 4 52

Points

Number 8 52 1 2

Points 204 179 159 144

Federico Tire 80cc Cadet Position 1 2 3 4

Scheid’s Truc’N’RV Sales and Service Briggs Restricted Junior

PHOTOS BY BILL LEVY

Michael Lovell, 10, and his father Chris of Westlake participate in the races at Thompson Kart Raceway.

“Since I am in town, I called Doug to see if I can race and he said ‘come on over.’ It is always a good time.” While Stewart admitted to being one of the “veteran” racers, ten year old Michael Lovell, who has been racing for two years, already understands how Stewart feels. “It is fun,” said Lovell. While everyone on hand seemed to enjoy the environment that was apparent, there is something that can make it even a better experience according to five year old Ryan Dressler. “Winning,” he answered when asked what he likes best about racing.

Driver Maggie Cross Steven Dressler Dylan Shira Michael Lovell

Position 1 2 3

Driver Dennis Susman Michael Miller Hunter Senita

Number 13 25 98

Points 203 178 158

Dynamic Duo Beverage & Deli Junior Sportsman Position 1 2 3 4 5 6

Driver Alex Vrabel Billy Lundberg Kaitlyn Saunders Ayden Sprague Morgan Fuller Max Amstutz

Number 6 48 17 45 46 24

Points 206 181 161 146 136 126

Nager, Romaine & Scheidbert, Co., LPA Junior Supercan Junior driver Kaitlyn Saunders, of Geneva, gets ready for her race at Thompson Kart Raceway.

Position 1 2

Driver Jack Cross Matthew George

Number 17 7

Points 202 177

Ruff Neon Signs & Lighting Maintenance Senior Sportsman

Warren G. Andrews Tournament winners

Position 1 2

Driver Doug Marsh John Burton

Number 2 56

Points 202 177

Cometic Gasket Briggs Animal Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 DQ

Driver Nick Cotton Robbie Saunders Ryan English Tom Wilson Brent Wilks Christian Marsh Kyle Conley

Number 20 3 28 8 1 2 6

Points 207 182 162 147 137 127 0

LESD swim team try-outs Lake Erie Silver Dolphins try-outs will begin Saturday, Aug. 27 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Perry High School Pool. Try-outs will also be held at Hawken High School, Saturday, Aug. 27 from 9 to 11 a.m.

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First place team Vandra #1, left to right, sponsor Mark Andrews, Bruno Iannetta, Peter Melarango, Tournament Director Larry Mozzocco, Renaldo Patete and Tony Melarango.

Eriez rained out again HAMMET - An all-night rain plus the promise of more has again forced Eriez Speedway to cancel racing tonight. The scheduled celebration of 50 years of racing will be rescheduled for Aug. 28 at 4 p.m. behind the bleacher area in turn one.

Lakers starting cross country season BY BYRON C. WESSELL Gazette Newspapers

Second place team Forli, left to right, sponsor Mark Andrews, Jim Varckette, Donnie Lines, Director Larry Mozzocco, Anthony Fasano, Michael Fasano, Sr. and Anthony Pasanen.

Madison Upper Browns ready for season BY BYRON C. WESSELL Gazette Newspapers HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP – The Madison Upper Browns are just one of the three Madison midget football teams in the Upper Division. The other two teams are the Upper Browns and the Upper Cowboys. Madison also plays in a league against teams from Perry, Jefferson, Conneaut, Geneva and the Buckeye school district. There are also four lower division teams in Madison including the Madison Lower Browns, Madison Lower Patriots, Madison Lower Eagles and Madison Lower Cowboys. The Upper Browns are

coached by head coach Greg Petruccelli and assistant coaches Pat Myers, Bill Blackie and Keith Smith. “Practice is going well. We won the super bowl last year and this is more of rebuilding year, but we’re young and looking good,” Petruccelli said on how practice is going. The Madison Upper Browns are fresh off a super bowl win last year, but lost the majority of the team. “We pretty much have a whole new team this year. We’re trying to make the playoffs even though the team is young we’re really coming along,” Petruccelli

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ANDOVER TOWNSHIP – The Pymatuning Valley Lakers boys’ cross country team lost two important pieces from a year ago in Jon Gears and Hunter Hamilton. Both of those runners qualified for Regionals last year. The Lakers will also be without graduated seniors Alex Jones and Zach Jones. Senior, Tyler Gruskiewicz will attempt to fill one of those spots as he missed out on Regionals

by only a few spots last year. “There’s more pressure being a senior and this is my last chance,” Gruskiewicz said on what it feels like to be a senior. “I would really like to make it to state this year,” Gruskiewicz said on the teams goals. “The favorites are in my odds this year,” Gruskiewicz continued. The Lakers will be moving up from Division III to Division II this year in

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PHOTO BY BYRON C. WESSELL

The Madison Upper Browns get ready for the 2011 season with a scrimmage against the Madison Upper Colts at SPIRE Institute.

PHOTO BY BYRON C. WESSELL

Some of the captains on the Pymatuning Valley Lakers Cross Country team are Tyler Gruskiewicz, Alexis Cunningham and Gabrielle Lipinsky.


4C • GAZETTE NEWSPAPERS

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 2011

ABC Lanes Youth Bowlers awarded Scholarships BY JOE MEANEY Gazette Newspapers ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP – Three Ashtabula area youth bowlers were rewarded $600 dollars of scholarship money each on August 17 courtesy of ABC Lanes and Dean’s Auto. This year was the second year that ABC Lanes has awarded scholarships to juniors or seniors in high school that bowl at ABC Lanes. Applicants are chosen by the scholarship committee, made up of Jim Kingston, Amanda Delewski, and Terry Graeb. This year the scholarship winners were Kendre Tucker, Joey Boomhower, and Vinny Vencill. Tucker, a Lakeside graduate, plans on studying Justice Studies at Kent State. She has been bowling for ten years. “Bowling has always been part of my life and it’s nice that it is helping further my education,” said Tucker. Boomhower, an Edgewood graduate, plans on pursuing Athletic Training at Bowling Green State University. Boomhower has been bowling for 13 years. “It feels good that it will help me pay for my education,” said Boomhower. The final award winner was Vinny Vencill, also a graduate of Edgewood

BY BYRON C. WESSELL Gazette Newspapers

PHOTOS BY JOE MEANEY

Three youth bowlers are awarded their scholarships by the ABC Lanes scholarship committee. From left to right: Jim Kingston, Joey Boomhower, Kendre Tucker, Amanda Delewski, Vinny Vencill, and Terry Graeb.

High School. Vencill plans on attending Shawnee State University to pursue a major in Video Game Programming. He has been bowling for 14 years. “I’m very grateful. All of the hard spent years are paying off. It’s very rewarding,” said Vencill. ABC Lanes owner Roy Heath Jr. had brainstormed the idea of giving back to the youth bowlers years ago, which finally came to fruition starting last year. The money awarded to the winners is raised through 50-50 raffles during youth leagues on Saturdays.

A potential future recipient of the ABC Lanes scholarship was present at ABC Lanes during the presentation of the scholarships. Seth Rose, a frequenter of ABC Lanes during youth league play, recorded the highest game score (224), highest 3-game series (587), and the highest average (151) for the entire state of Ohio for his age group of 8 & under. Rose, who has been bowling for four years, attends Gateway Elementary in Conneaut. The scholarships were provided by both ABC Lanes and Dean’s Auto.

Seth Rose recorded the highest game score, 3game series, and average in the entire state of Ohio for his age group of 8 and under.

Conneaut Cross-Country BY ALLAN MONONEN Gazette Newspapers CONNEAUT - Coach Jim Rehmer manages both Spartan boys and girls cross-country teams. “We are a young team, we have two seniors, Jennifer Oxley, Charaea Sayles, one sophomore

Meet the Madison Blue Streaks Freshmen football team

and five freshmen. We’ll have to wait and see how it works out, we will have to count on the former middle school runners. Other runners are: Justine Sprinkle, Alexa Laird, Alexis Millard, Jess Lynch, Keely Cole and Kira Hall,” Rehmer said on the girls cross

country team. “We have a bunch of seniors, but out of the ten runners, five are first year players. We will have to run as a pack and finish as a pack, if we do that we can be successful,” Rehmer said on the boys cross country team. Returning seniors are:

Captains Alex Williams and Ben Betteridge, Mike Palo, Mitch Jones, N a t h a n Vi c h o s k y a n d Dan Harrison. Other runners are: Amen Gerics, Danzel Sayles, Hunter Lahti. The teams will compete on weekends at various open tournaments.

MADISON - The Madison Blue Streaks Freshmen football team is coached by B.J. Titman. Titman is entering his second year of coaching the team. The Blue Streaks have a small team this year with only right around 20 players. “Practice is going pretty good. We have a small group this year with only around 20 kids,” Titman said. “The kids are picking stuff up well and we’ve been trying to do what the varsity team is doing. I have great kids who are very respectful and who enjoy playing and being around each other,” Titman continued. The most challenging part of coaching a freshmen football team is only being with the players for a year before they move up to the next level. Each team has their own identity. “You have to try to get to know their personalities quickly,” Titman said on what it was like coaching a new team every year. The previous year Titman was fortunate enough to have coached the 8th grade team and then was able to coach basically the same unit again at the freshmen level. The goals for the Blue Streaks this year is to get better every week. “We want to be able to go over film and see fewer and fewer mistakes each week and get them ready to play varsity,” Titman said. This years freshmen team has three elected captains in Kenny Wright, Ricky Simcic and Jack Holl. Kenny Wright is expected to play several different positions this year including fullback, tailback, kick-returner, outside linebacker and safety. “I’m looking forward to hitting people and staying in shape. I also look forward to having a fun and successful season,” Wright said on what he looks forward to this football season. “It means a lot to me to be named one of the captains and the responsibility of leading the team,” Wright said on what it means to be elected one of the captains. Ricky Simcic will be kicking the ball for Madison this year and also playing middle linebacker on defense and center on offense. “I’m looking forward to hitting, having fun and getting together with my friends,” Simcic said on what he looks forward too. Jack Holl will be playing tight end, defensive end and punting for the Blue Streaks freshmen team. “I like just about everything about football. The whole concept of the sport,” Holl said on what he likes about playing football. “I look forward to having a successful season,” Holl added.

PHOTO BY BYRON C. WESSELL

Members of the Madison Blue Streaks freshmen football team huddle up prior to a scrimmage against Lake Catholic.

LAKERS PHOTOS BY ALLAN MONONEN

Girls Cross Country Team left to right- Row one: Justine Sprinkle, Jess Lynch, Alexxa Laird and Alexis Millard. Row two: Coach Jim Reamer, Captain Jennifer Oxley, Keeley Cole, Kira Hall and Captain Charaea Sayles.

Boys Cross Country Team left to right- Row one:Daniel Harrison, Captain Alex Williams, Captain Ben Betteridge and Michael Palo. Row two: Coach Jim Reamer, Nathan Vichosky, Amen Gerics, Danzec Sayles, Mitch Jones and Hunter Lahti.

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cross country and Gruskiewicz believes it will be easier to make it to Regionals in Division II. Other key members of the boys’ cross country team are juniors Rodney Bell and Drew Wonderling, along with sophomores Rory Gallatin, Chet Mientkiewiscz and Nick Mezinger. “We’re really fortunate to have good leadership,” Cross Country Coach Tony Noxon said during Meet the Team night. The Lakers are a really young team this year, but they have numbers in their

sophomore and freshmen class. The Lakers have a strong freshmen class in Michael Montello, Aaron Cross, Jason Wilson, Corry Mientkiewiscz and Curtis Kovalak. For the girls cross country team the Lakers will be without graduated seniors Ami Turner, Nikki Gale and Colleen Wonderling. The Lakers will be led this year by Alexis Cunningham, Gabrielle Lipinsky, Courtney Brown, Kayla Hanneman and Abbey Pike.

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said on this years goals for the team. The Madison Upper Browns consist of: Frankie Bober, Jeff Brichford, Cory Caplick, Noah Corbett, Seth Fedele, Caleb Fiorello, Cameron Heinz, Chris Kosek, Shayne Magda, Nazario Mendez, Nick Meyeres, Robert Opatrny, Keegan Powell, Mark Primer, Noah Sample, Jack Seibert, Colton Skoch, Clay Smith, Brenden Snopel, Max

Starke and Zak Wolfe. Only four players remain from last years Super Bowl Winning team in Jeff Brichford, Chris Kosek, Mark Primer and Zak Wolfe. The Madison Upper Browns recently scrimmaged against the Upper Madison Colts at SPIRE Institute on Thursday, Aug. 18. Madison kicked off their regular season on Saturday, Aug. 20.


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Edgewood Girl’s Soccer team preview BY JOE MEANEY Gazette Newspapers ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP – The Edgewood Girl’s soccer team is ready to take their play to the next level. The Warrior squad is full of experienced players, returning 14 letter winners including last year’s co-MVPs Alana Candela and Caity Mills. In addition, head coach Juli Meaney plans for nine seniors to start during the regular season. Entering her fourth year as the Warriors’ head coach, Meaney expects her team to compete and win in the post season tournament. Since a third division was added to girl’s soccer, the Edgewood squad has moved from Division 1 to Division 2. Meaney believes that this should allow for a more even match in a sectional game. With a team full of veteran seniors and a mix of youthful talent, the Warriors may be on the right path to accomplish their goals, which includes having the best record in the county, getting a high seed in the tournament, and winning a sectional game.

“We want to win more games outside the county than the year before, too. That has always been one of our goals,” said coach Meaney. The girls squad has went through some position changes to best suit the teams needs. A rearrangement and shuffling of midfielders and forwards looks to improve the Warriors ball position and offensive potency. “I’m looking forward to a new team with a bunch of young players and the changes in positions,” said Julianne Newsome, a fouryear starter for the Warriors. The fourteen returning letter winners for Edgewood are Maggie Meaney, Caity Mills, Valerie Teed, Grace Kendzerski, Alana Candela, Elizabeth Heffner, Taylor Blair, Morgan Stemple, Julianne Newsome, Taylor Katchur, Emily Nerad, Carrie Pozum, Cortney Humphrey, and Zhen Eidens. Coach Meaney’s team is very large, boasting a 35 girl roster, 13 of which are freshman and 13 of which

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The Edgewood Girl’s soccer team takes part in a passing drill during practice.

are seniors. With such a large roster, Meaney thinks that her team has the depth that is necessary to combat any injuries that may unfortunately occur during the season. The seniors on the Warriors’ team are a close knit group, many of which who have been playing together for over six years, dating back to junior high and ear-

lier. “It feels good because I’ve been part of this team for four years. It’s bittersweet because soccer has been part of my life for years and I’m going to miss the team,” said Newsome, referring to her final year of high school soccer. The Warriors won their first game versus Ursuline on August 20, winning 9-4.

Lakers seeking fifth straight golf title BY BYRON C. WESSELL Gazette Newspapers ANDOVER TOWNSHIP - The Pymatuning Valley Lakers golf team under head coach Jeff Compan have won four straight NAC golf titles and are seeking a fifth straight. The team will have to do so without Roman Guman, Adam Lane and Frank Boggs who were all lost to graduation. This year the team will be led by the Schantz twins in Ian and Elizabeth Schantz, who are both seniors. Alec Gabriel is another senior on the golf team. “I look forward to improving a lot and being more of a team this year. I want to help some of the underclassman this year and I’d eventually like to play in college,” Ian Schantz said on how it feels to be a senior. “I’m excited to be a senior, but disappointed because it’s my last season to golf,” Elizabeth Schantz said on being a senior. “I’ve had fun and want to make this the best year,” Elizabeth continued. “I want to get better this

MADISON - Jeremy Verdi, head coach of the Madison boy’s cross country team figured this was a good year for a “fresh start.” For “years and years” the Blue Streaks have practiced and had their meets at the Y. That has changed this season, as the Blue Streaks now call Camp Stigwandish in South Madison their home course. “It (Camp Stigwandish) has more terrain,” Verdi said. “It is more challenging. It is has more deep woods. It is a truer cross country course. It will get us tougher. I think change is good once in a while. It is good to get a fresh start.”

BY BILL LEVY Gazette Newspapers MADISON - Most people would likely agree that second-year Madison girls cross country coach Kelly Kirchner has a good ‘problem’ as the Blue Streaks prepare for the 2011 season. For a team that returns their top four runners from last years’ team which finished second in the Premier Athletic Conference (PAC), Kirchner is looking for someone to fill the numberfive slot. “That is where I have the most pressure” she said. “It is pretty much a wide-open competition.” The Blue Streaks do return number one runner in junior Erin Hord along with fellow junior Annette Brickman. Seniors Taylor Cline and Allison Rothlisberger also return to round out the top four. Those four will be relied on heavily as Kirchner admits the Blue Streaks “would like to” win the PAC. Kirchner is well aware of what they are capable of. “They have been running a while,” she said. “They are returning juniors and seniors. They know the work it takes and have all been training a lot.” The former Perry high school and Mt. Union runner admits to spending a good deal of time in ex-

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Elizabeth Schantz, Alec Gabriel and Ian Schantz are the senior members of the Pymatuning Valley Lakers golf team.

year,” Alec Gabriel said on being a senior member of the golf team. The golf team is also returning letter winners in: Warren Kozlowski, Mitchell Dick, Tim Baker and Chris French.

Some of the freshmen on the team are Steve Urchek, Nathan Hootman and Chase Thurber. The team has plenty of goals in mind, especially winning a fifth straight NAC title.

This will be a new beginning in other ways too as the Blue Streaks only lost three runners to graduation: Clay Densmore, Mitch Farnsworth and Bobby Bismark. Bismark was the lone Blue Streak to qualify for the Regionals last season. Verdi knows what lies ahead, and he feels he has set reasonable goals for this upcoming season for a Madison team that has no seniors. “We are on a two-year plan,” he said. “We would like to get a group to Regionals this season and then move on to State the following year.” Verdi feels he has the athletes in place to do that. “We have a very talented group of 9 or 10

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guys,” he said. Among them are Jason Ryan, Jon Roberts, Willie Rendek, Jon Pollock and Nick Farnsworth. Verdi, who excelled at cross country at Mercyhurst College and continues to run competitively for Hudson Vertical Runner even feels like leadership will not be a major concern. “I have appointed a group of three juniors (Ryan, Rendek, and Pollock) as captains,” he said. “I am teaching them how to be captains. They will become an extension of me. This goes beyond cross country meets and into life.” The Blue Streaks also expect to get a boost from junior Brandon Showers, a

El Camp Lanes located at 240 Stadium Avenue in Conneaut will be starting their Youth Bowling League on Sept. 17. Sign-ups will start on Saturday, Sept. 17, at 11 a.m. Bowling will begin the same day with children in grades second through sixth grade bowling at 11 a.m. and children in seventh through twelfth grade bowling at 1 or 1:30 p.m. After paying the initial USBC sanction fee all children in the bowling program will receive a T-shirt. The cost of bowling three games with shoes included is $8. The League runs from September until April. Last year 86 children participated and teams of four

were made up. Patches and other prizes are awarded for achieving certain bowling scores throughout the season. “They learn a lot about bowling and it gives them something to do and it makes them so happy,” El Camp Lanes owner Pat Cifelli said. There are several instructors and experienced bowlers on hand to help out the bowlers when needed. “We help them out and they can come up during special times and we help them with anything throughout the year. It’s very fun Saturdays for them,” Cifelli said. There are also different tournaments throughout the season to keep the children occupied, including an adult and child tournament with their parents.

“Hopefully, we’ll win another NAC title and I hope the team moves on to districts,” Warren Kozlowski said. “We want to go undefeated and go to sectionals,” Elizabeth Schantz added.

member of Madison’s 4x800 championship track team this past spring. “I am not sure how much he likes cross country now, but this will help him in track,” said Verdi, also Madison’s track coach. “This is a good way for track athletes to stay in shape.” Madison will open up the season on August 22nd in Ashtabula at Lakeside’s War at the Shore Invitational. They will travel to Willoughby South on August 27th before hosting their first ever meet, the UWanna Comeback, at Camp Stigwandish on September 3rd. “That will be neat,” Verdi said. “All the top finishers will have course records.”

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plaining the sport to her runners that may not yet be familiar with cross country. “I tell them about different types of socks and sneakers,” Kirchner a 2005 graduate of Perry High School said. “They are new to it. They are just now starting to figure it out. They are starting to get competitive with one another now (after a couple weeks of practice).” Also among Kirchner’s tasks this year is to help coordinate the move to a new course. The Blue Streaks who have run for years at the YMCA will now have their meets and the majority of practices at Camp Stigwandish in South Madison. “It is really exciting,” she said. “Camp Stig is challenging. It is trail running. It is cross country at it’s hardest.” Still though Kirchner said the move is not easy for her personally. “I always ran at the Y in high school” she said. “It is bittersweet.” The Blue Streaks open the 2011 season on August 22nd at the War at the Shore Invitational at Lakeside. They then travel to Willoughby South on Aug. 27 before hosting their first ever meet, the UWanna Come Back on Sept. 3. It will be a brand new course for a brand new number-five runner.

Conneaut Youth Bowling League Sign-ups approaching BY BYRON C. WESSELL Gazette Newspapers

Madison Cross Country loaded with leadership BY BILL LEVY Gazette Newspapers

Madison Girls returning a lot of talent

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Fishing Report Walleye: Very good fishing has been reported 70-74' NE of Geneva and 70-74' NNW of Ashtabula. Anglers are using jet divers and dipsy divers with purple, blue, pink, silver and black spoons. Anglers are also using wireline with stick baits.

Yellow perch fishing has been fair off of the Huron River mouth, in 26' to 30' of water off of Cranberry Creek, and off of the condos between Vermilion and Beaver Creek. Very good fishing has been reported 42-46' of N-NE of Edgewater Park, 40-48' NE of Wild-

wood Park, 42-47' N-NW of Fairport and 48' NE of Conneaut. Perch spreaders with shiners fished near the bottom produces the most fish. . Fish the bottom and keep the bait m o v i n g . Mornings and evenings have been best. Smallmouth bass fish-

ing has been very good in 15 to 25' around harbor areas in Cleveland, Fairport Harbor, Geneva, Ashtabula a n d Conneaut. Fish are b e i n g caught on crayfish and leeches, dark green and red tube jigs, blade baits and crank baits. Steelhead trout fish-

ing has been fair while trolling for walleye at the same locations listed above for walleye off Geneva and Ashtabula. Anglers are catching white bass off the Eastlake CEI breakwall and Mentor Headlands breakwall. Anglers are using agitators with white jigs and twister tails. Mornings and evenings are the best times. For boat anglers, look for gulls feeding on schools of shiners at the surface.

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By mail: Box 166, Jefferson, OH 44047 By email: sports@gazettenews.com PUBLIC NOTICE In the Common Pleas Court of Ashtabula County, Ohio, Case No. 2011 CV 0477, Holiday Camplands Association, Inc., Plaintiff v. Mark Malitz, et al., Defendants. Each of you listed below have been named as a defendant in this action, your last known residence address is as stated below, and your current residence address is unknown: Mark Malitz 7840 Wilson Mills Road Chesterland, OH 44026-1803 Joanne B. Turek-Malitz 7840 Wilson Mills Road Chesterland, OH 44026-1803 YOU SHALL TAKE NOTICE that on May 27, 2011, Holiday Camplands Association, Inc., an Ohio nonprofit corporation (“Plaintiff”), filed a complaint in the Ashtabula County Common Pleas Court, being Case No. 2011 CV 0477, against Mark Malitz and Joanne B. Turek-Malitz. The complaint alleges that the sum of $2,590.00 is owed Jointly or Severally upon an account (“the account”) by Mark Malitz and Joanne B. Turek-Malitz (“Defendants”) to Plaintiff as membership dues and assessments, a copy of which account is attached to the Complaint; that Defendants defaulted in the payment on the account, and Plaintiff is Jointly or Severally owed by Defendants the unpaid balance of $2,590.00, together with interest thereon at 10% per annum from the date of judgment until payment in full, being $.55 per diem; and that on or about March 8, 2011, pursuant to Section 5312 of the Ohio Revised Code, Plaintiff recorded the Affidavit for Dues Lien; and that on or about May 25, 2004, an instrument was executed and delivered to Defendants, which instrument was filed for record on May 28, 2004, at 1:55 PM, in the Ashtabula County Recorder’s Office, and was subsequently recorded in Volume 298 at Page 2640 of the Ashtabula County General Index Records, which instrument conveyed to Defendants the following described real property (“the premises”): Situated in the Township of Andover, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio: Being Lot Number 1509, Plat Number 8 in Holiday Camplands Subdivision, a plat of which is recorded in Volume 12 at Page 84 of the Ashtabula County Records of Plats. Said premises are subject to restrictions as recorded in Volume 19 at Page 425 of the Ashtabula County Records of Miscellaneous Papers. The premises are located at Lot Number 1509, on Roadmaster of the Holiday Camplands Subdivision, Andover Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio, being Permanent Parcel Number 01-70840-025-00. The complaint further alleges that after the premises transferred to Defendants, Defendants joined the membership of Plaintiff, and incurred the obligation for dues and assessments described above; and that, by virtue of the Warranty Deed to the premises from the developer, Holiday Camplands, Inc., said obligation constitutes a covenant running with the land described above. The complaint further alleges that said lien for unpaid dues and assessments therefore constitutes a valid and subsisting lien against the premises, after the lien of the Ashtabula County Treasurer for real estate taxes; and that Plaintiff has performed all of the conditions precedent required to be performed by Plaintiff, and is entitled to have the lien foreclosed, the equity of redemption of all defendants forever cut off and barred, the premises sold, and the proceeds therefrom applied in payment of the claims of Plaintiff, and that the remaining defendants named in said action may have or claim an interest in the premises. The complaint demands judgment upon the account for the sum of $2,590.00, together with interest thereon at 10% per annum from the date of judgment until payment in full, being $.55 per diem, Jointly or Severally against Defendants; that the lien of Plaintiff for unpaid dues and assessments be found to constitute a valid and subsisting lien against the premises for said amounts owed after the lien of the Ashtabula County Treasurer for real estate taxes; for foreclosure of said lien; that the equity of re-

Public Notice Public Notices in Newspapers. Your Right to Know, Delivered Right to Your Door. demption of all defendants named above in the premises be forever cut off and barred; that all defendants named above be required to set up their interests in the premises or be barred; for a marshalling of the liens against the premises; that the premises be sold according to law and the orders of the court; that upon the sale of the premises, the proceeds therefrom be paid to Plaintiff to satisfy the amount of the account owed to Plaintiff, together with the costs of this action; that the title to the premises be quieted in the purchaser at sale upon foreclosure; and for such other and further relief to which Plaintiff may be entitled in equity or at law. YOU SHALL TAKE NOTICE that any answer to said complaint must be filed within 28 days after the last publication of this Public Notice, which will be completed on August 24, 2011. If you fail to answer or otherwise respond as permitted in the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure within the time stated, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. This Public Notice is issued and published pursuant to Rule 4.4 of the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure. David L. McCombs, No. 0025317 100 Public Square P.O. Box 217 Andover, OH 44003 (440)293-6346 Attorney for Plaintiff GN 7/20, 7/27, 8/3, 8/10, 8/17, 8/24 LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2008CV39 CITIMORTGAGE INC Plaintiff vs GLORIA DONOFRIO AKA GLORIA A DONOFRIO, JAMES V DONOFRIO, STATE OF OHIO, DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION C/ O OHIO ATTY GENERAL REVENUE RECOVERY Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Legal Description Situated in the City of Ashtabula, Township of Saybrook, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: And known as being Sublot No. 91 in M.H. Prindle Plat of a part of Original Saybrook Township Lot No. 2 as shown by the recorded plat of said Prindle Plat in Volume 3 of Maps, Page 34 of Ashtabula County Records. Said Sublot No. 91 has a frontage of 60 feet on the Southerly side of West 9th Street, and extends back between parallel lines of 150 feet as appears by said plat. Be the same more or less, but subject to all legal highways. Property Address: 2234 West 9th Street, Ashtabula, OH 44004 Parcel No: 50-004-20-077-00 Prior Deed Reference: Book 269 Page 1033 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $126,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE.

CHANNING L ULBRICH 513-241-3100 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/10, 8/17, 8/24 (272) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2009CV192 US BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR THE STRUCTURED ASSET INVESTMENT LOAN TRUST 2005-10 C/ O WELLS FARGO BANK NA (SC) Plaintiff vs HARRY W HAMMER, BARBARA A HAMMER, JP MORGAN CHASE BANK AS TRUSTEE C/ O RESIDENTIAL FUNDING CORPORATION, SEBRING CAPITAL PARTNERS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, UNKNOWN SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS AND SURVIVING ENTITIES OF SEBRING CAPITAL PARTNERS, LIMITED PARTNERSHIP Defendant

Stocker, P.S. 7245 Crabbs’ Surveying order 3016. Basis of bearings are, to an assumed meridian along the centerline of SheffieldMonroe Road, North 89 deg. 59’32" East. Parcel No: 54-024-00-017-00 Prior Deed Reference: O.R. Vol. 202, Pg. 2614 Address: 4049 Sheffield Monroe Road Kingsville, OH 44048 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $108,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. ELIZABETH A CARULLO 513-241-3100 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/10, 8/17, 8/24 (570) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2009CV588

BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Exhibit ‘A’ Legal Description All That certain lands situate in Lot 23, Section 3, Sheffield Township, Township Number 12 North, and Range II West, in the Connecticut Western Reserve Survey, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio. A Resurvey of the lands to Carlton J., Tammy L. & Melda Greathouse, as recorded in Deed Volume 107 Page 8966 in the Office of the County Recorder Further described. Beginning at a point to mark the southeast corner of lands to Leonard and Patricia Lira, as recorded in Deed Volume 93 page 5012, in the centerline of Sheffield-Monroe Road (60 feet wide), said point being located by the following (2) courses and distances, From a P.K. Nail found marking the centerline intersection of Peebles Road (60 feet wide), with said Sheffield-Monroe Road, South 89 deg. 25' 10" East, a distance of 783.44 feet to a P.K. Nail set to mark an angle point in said centerline, and north 89 deg. 59' 32" East, a distance of 67.16 feet, thence; the following (4) courses and distances, North 00 deg. 00' 18" West (thru 5/8" iron pins found at 30.00 and 1002.28 feet), with the east line of said Lira, A total distance of 1002.44 feet to mark a point at the northeast corner thereof, in the south line of Lira; thence south 89 deg. 46' 26" East, with the south line of Lira, a distance of 212.44 feet to mark a point at the northwest corner of lands to Lester and Esther Hines, as recorded in Deed Volume 753, Page 161. Thence south 00 deg. 00' 17" West (thru 5/8" iron pins found at 0.23 and 971.58 feet), with the west line to said L. and E. Hines, a total distance of 1001.58 feet to mark a point at the southwest corner thereof in the centerline of Sheffield-Monroe Road; Thence South 89 deg. 59' 32" West, with the centerline of Sheffield-Monroe Road, a distance of 212.27 feet to the point and place of beginning, said land containing 4.8847 acres as surveyed and described in March, 2002 By Timothy E.

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE IN TRUST FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERS FOR ARGENT SECURITIES INC. 2006-W3, ASSET BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-W3 Plaintiff vs JOHN P BRUENING, NANCY A BRUENING Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Legal Description Situated in the City of Geneva, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: And known as being part of Original Geneva Township Lot 3, Section 2, and further described as follows: Beginning at an identified iron pin (set) at the intersection of the north line of North Avenue (60 feet wide) with the west line of North Broadway (State Route 534 (60 feet wide); Thence North 77 deg. 10' 13" West, along the north line of North Avenue, a distance of 126.96 feet to an identified iron pin (set). Thence North 12 deg. 35' 00" East, parallel to the west line of North Broadway, a distance of 102.34 feet to an identified iron pin (set) in the south line of lands deeded to Michael Youhas et al. in Volume 45, Page 6864 of the Ashtabula County Recorder’s General Index ***102.35 Thence South 77 deg. 13' 23" East, along the south line of said Youhas a distance of 126.96 feet to a point in the west line of North Broadway; said point being 0.10 feet East of a 1/2 inch diameter iron pipe (found). Thence South. 12 deg. 35' 00" West, along the west line of North Broadway, a distance of 102.47 feet to the principal place of beginning, containing 0.2985 acres of land but subject to all legal highways. Being part of the land deeded to Anthony L. Schmitz in Volume 65, Page 6337 of the Ashtabula County Recorders General Index. Pursuant to a survey done by Charles E. Sharp. P.S. Ohio

#7610 Westfall and Associates Jefferson, Ohio. Parcel No: 20-011-00-047-00 Prior Deed Reference: O.R. Volume 327, page 538 PROPERTY ADDRESS: 546 North Broadway, Geneva, OH 44041 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $39,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. JEFFREY A TOBE 513-241-3100 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/10, 8/17, 8/24 (437) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2010CV236 PNC BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO COMMONWEALTH UNITED MORTGAGE, A DIVISION OF NATIONAL CITY BANK OF INDIANA Plaintiff vs JOHN J EZZO, MATTHEW R PFEIFFER, ACO PROPERTIES LLC C/O JOHN EZZO Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: EXHIBIT ‘A’ LEGAL DESCRIPTION PPN: 05-213-00-055-00 All that certain lands situate in Lot 1, Section 3, in the City of Ashtabula, Township Number 13 North, Range III West, in the Connecticut Western Reserve Survey. County of Ashtabula, State of Ohio. A resurvey of the lands to PIC Investments LLC, as recorded in Deed Volume 211, Page 1201 (PPN 05-213-00-055-00) in the Office of the County Recorder. Beginning at a point in the North line of West 43rd Street (25 feet wide) at the Southeast corner of lands to PIC Investments, LLC, as recorded in Deed Volume 211, Page 1201 (PPN 05-213-00-05400). said point being located from the centerline intersection of West 43rd Street with the centerline of Main Street (99 feet wide) South 71º-45'-18" East, 273.32 feet, North 17º-58'-16" East, 12.50 feet and South 71º-45'-18" East, 178.77 feet to the Point and Place of Beginning. Thence: the following (4) courses and distances: North 17º-58'-16" East, with the East line of said PIC Investments, Inc, (thru a capped 5/8" iron pin set for reference at 2.00 feet) a total distance of 88.89 feet to a capped 5/8" iron pin set to mark a point in the South line of lands to Boca Properties, Inc, as recorded in Deed Volume 241, Page 2678. Thence: South 72º-17'-48" East, with the South line of said Boca Properties, Inc., a distance of 28.00 feet to a capped 5/8" iron pin set to mark a point at the Northwest corner of lands to Jeff Kennedy, as recorded in Deed Volume 287, Page 2482. Thence South 17º-58'-16" West, with the west line of said Kennedy

a total of 89.15 feet to a capped 5/8" iron pin found “Slay” to mark a point in the North line of West 43rd Street. Thence: North 71º-45'-18" West, with the North line of West 43rd Street, a distance of 28.00 feet to the point and place of beginning, said land containing 0.0572 acres as surveyed and described in October 2005 by Timothy E. Stocker, P.S. 7245 Crabbs’ Surveying Order 3891. Basis of Bearings are to an assumed meridian along the centerline of West 43rd Street, North 71º-45'-18" West. All iron pins set are 5/8" x 30" rebar with cap “Crabbs 7245”. ALSO: PPN: 05-213-00-050-01 All that certain lands situate in Lot 1, Section 3, in the City of Ashtabula, Township Number 13 North, Range III West, in the Connecticut Western Reserve Survey, County of Ashtabula, State of Ohio. A resurvey of the lands to PIC Investments LLC, as recorded in Deed Volume 211, Page 1201 (PPN 05-213-00-050-01) in the Office of the County Recorder. Beginning at a capped 5/8' iron pin found “SLAY” to mark a point in the North line of West 43d Street (25 feet wide) at the Southeast corner of lands to Woodlawn Holdings, LLC, as recorded in Deed Volume 284, Page 800, said point being located from the centerline intersection of West 43rd Street with the centerline of Main Street (99 feet wide) South 71º’-45'-18" East, 273.32 feet, North 17º-58'-16" East, 12.50 feet to the Point and Place of Beginning. Thence: the following (4) courses and distances: North 17º-58'-16" East, with the East line of said Woodlawn Holdings, LLC, a distance of 87.20 feet to a capped 5/ 8" iron pin set to mark a point in the South line of lands J. Varner & S. Macarthur, as recorded in Deed Volume 323, Page 2102. Thence: South 72º-17'-48" East, with the South line of said Varner and Macartur, (thru a capped 5/ 8" iron pin found “Crabbs” at 11.65 feet) a total distance of 28.50 feet to a capped 5/8" iron pin set to mark a point at the Northwest corner of lands to PIC Investments, LLC, as recorded in Deed Volume 221, Page 1201 (05-213-00-05100). Thence, South 17º-58'-16" West, with the west line of said PIC Investments, LLC, (thru a capped 5/8" iron pin set for reference at 85.47 feet) a total distance of 87.47 feet to a capped 5/8" iron pin set to mark a point in the North fine of West 43rd Street. Thence: North 71º-45'-18" West, with the North line of West 43rd Street, a distance of 28.50 feet to the point and place of beginning, said land containing 0.0571 acres as surveyed and described in October 2005 by Timothy E. Stocker, P.S. 7245 Crabbs’ Surveying order 3891. Basis of Bearings are to an assumed meridian along the centerline of West 43rd Street, North 71º-45'-18" West. All iron pins set are 5/8" x 30* rebar with cap “Crabbs 7245”. Property Address: 95 West 43rd Street, Ashtabula, OH 44004 Parcel No: 05-213-00-055-00 & 05-213-00-050-01 Prior Deed Reference: Volume 361, Page 2439-2446 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $3,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. CHRISTOPHER SCHWIETERMAN 513-241-3100 Attorney for Plaintiff

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WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/10, 8/17, 8/24 (932) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS

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■ Continued From Page 6C AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2010CV239 PNC BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO COMMONWEALTH UNITED MORTGAGE, A DIVISION OF NATIONAL CITY BANK OF INDIANA Plaintiff vs JOHN J EZZO, MATTHEW R PFEIFFER, ACO PROPERTIES LLC, PIC INVESTMENTS LLC Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: All That Certain Lands Situate in Lot 1, Section 3, in the City of Ashtabula, Township Number 13 North, Range III West, in the Connecticut Western Reserve Survey, County of Ashtabula, State of Ohio. A resurvey of the lands to PIC Investments, LLC, as recorded in Deed Volume 211, Page 1201 (PPN 05-213-00-052-00) in the Office of the County Recorder. Beginning at a point in the North line of West 43rd Street (25 feet wide) at the Southeast corner of lands to PIC Investments, LLC, as recorded in Deed Volume 211, Page 1201 (PPN 05-213-00-05100), said point being located from the centerline intersection of West 43rd Street with the centerline of Main Street (99 feet wide) South 71º-45'-18" East, 273.32 feet, North 17º-58'-16" East, 12.50 feet and South 71º-45'-18" East, 65.50 feet to the Point and Place of Beginning. Thence: the following (4) courses and distances: North 17º-58'-16" East, with the East line of said PIC Investments, Inc. (thru a capped 5/8" iron pin set for reference at 2.00 feet) a total distance of 87.82 feet to a capped 5/8" iron pin set to mark a point in the South line of lands to Boca Properties, Inc, as recorded in Deed Volume 241, Page 2678. Thence: South 72º-17'-48" East, with the South line of said Boca Properties, Inc., a distance of 36.00 feet to a capped 5/8" iron pin set to mark a point at the Northwest corner of lands to PIC Investments, LLC, as recorded in Deed Volume 221, Page 1201 (05-213-00-053-00) Thence South 17º-58'-16" West, with the west line of said PIC Investments, LLC (thru a capped 5/ 8" iron pin set for reference at 86.16 feet) a total distance of 88.16 feet to a capped 5/8" iron pin set to mark a point in the North line of West 43rd Street. Thence North 71º-45'-18" West, with the North line of West 43rd Street, a distance of 36.00 feet to the point and place of beginning, said land containing 0.0727 acres as surveyed and described in October 2005 by Timothy E. Stocker, P.S. 7245 Crabbs’ Surveying order 3891. Basis of Bearings are to an assumed meridian along the centerline of West 43rd Street, North 71º-45'-18" West. All iron pins set are 5/8" x 30" rebar with cap “Crabbs 7245”. Property address: 105-107 West 43rd Street, Ashtabula, OH 44004 Parcel No: 05-213-00-052-00 Prior Deed Reference: Book No. 361, Page 2439 - 2446 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $30,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. CHRISTOPHER SCHWIETERMAN 513-241-3100 Attorney for Plaintiff

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WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/10, 8/17, 8/24 (561) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2010CV336 WELLS FARGO BANK NKA Plaintiff vs JOHN F DRAGO, SHARI R DRAGO Defendants BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Exhibit ‘A’ Legal Description Situated in the City of Conneaut, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio: And known as being part of Lot

Public Notice Public Notices in Newspapers. Your Right to Know, Delivered Right to Your Door. Number Six (6), Township Number Fourteen (14) in the First Range in the Connecticut Western Reserve and described as follows, to-wit:

LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011

On the West by land of Thomas Clark; On the North by the South line of the proposed Madison Street; On the east by land of J.C. Garlow and on the south by land of W.E. Hopkins, being fifty-five feet across the South end one hundred and twenty-eight and eleven tenths feet on the west side, fifty-one feet across the north end and one hundred and forty-one feet on the east side and containing about one-sixth (1/6) of an acre of land.

CASE NO. 2011CV154

Property Address: 557 Madison Street Conneaut, OH 44030 Parcel No: 12-107-00-139-00 Prior Deed Reference: OR Book 406, Page 2318 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $33,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. MATTHEW I McKELVEY 513-241-3100 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/10, 8/17, 8/24 (282) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2010CV1233 THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON TRUST COMPANY, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK TRUST COMPANY, NA AS SUCCESSOR TO JPMORGAN CHASE BANK NA AS TRUSTEE FOR RAMP 2004KR1 Plaintiff vs DANA CUNNINGHAM, KENLEY CUNNINGHAM, UNK HEIRS, THE DEVISEES, LEGATEES, EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS AND ASSIGNS OF KENLEY CUNNINGHAM AND THE UNK GUARDIANS OF MINOR/INCOMPETENT HEIRS OF KENLEY CUNNINGHAM, ASHTABULA CO TREASURER Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: EXHIBIT A Legal Description: Situated in the City of Geneva, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio Lot Number 39 Green Ridge Gardens Allotment in the City of Geneva, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio, said allotment being recorded in Volume 11 of Maps Page 16 of Ashtabula County Records. Excepting and reserving therefrom starting at the Northeast corner of Lot 39 proceeding 13 feet in a Westerly direction to a point, thence South to a point on the South property line of Lot 39, 13 feet from the Southeast corner of Lot 39, thence East to the Southeast corner of lot line, thence proceeding along lot line of Lot 39 to the Northeast corner of Lot 39. Parcel Two: Situated in the City of Geneva, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio. And further known as the property excepted and reserved in Volume 11 Page 6931 of the Ashtabula County Records of Deeds starting at the Northeast Corner of Lot 39 proceeding 13 feet in a Westerly direction to a point, thence South to a point on the South property line of Lot 39, 13 feet from the Southeast corner of Lot 39, thence East to the Southeast corner of lot line, thence proceeding along lot line of Lot 39 to the Northeast corner of Lot 39. Parcel Number(s): 20-009-00068-01 and 20-009-00-068-00 Property Address: 40 Hazelwood Court, Geneva, OH 44041 Deed Reference Number: dated January 6, 2004, filed March 2, 2004, recorded in Official Records Volume 287, Page 2621, Recorder’s Office, Ashtabula County, Ohio TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $120,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. EDWARD M KOCHALSKI 614-222-4921 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/10, 8/17, 8/24 (442)

THE ANDOVER BANK Plaintiff vs ADAM E SIKORA, BONNIE J SIKORA, CITIBANK SOUTH DAKOTA NA, MIDLAND FUNDING LLC, CAPITAL ONE BANK USA NA, EQUABLE ASCENT FINANCIAL LLC, ASHTABULA CO TREASURER Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Exhibit A Situated in the City of Conneaut, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio: And known as being part of Conneaut City Block 140, and part of Original Lot 3, Section 2, Township 14, Range 1 of the Connecticut Western Reserve and is further bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a concrete monument found and used in the west R/W line of Buffalo Street (66' R/ W), said monument being the southeast corner of a parcel of land conveyed to C.W. Wiley by deed recorded in Volume 100, Page 576 of Ashtabula County General Index of Deeds and bearing South 00º00’00" East along the west R/W line of Buffalo Street, 144.80' from the intersection of the west R/W line of Buffalo Street and the south R/W line of Depot Street (66' R/W); Thence continuing South 00º00’00" East along the west R/ W line of Buffalo Street, 41.25' to a concrete monument found and used in the northeast corner of land conveyed to W.E. Winslow by deed recorded in Volume 79, Page 5878 of Ashtabula County General Index of Deeds;

Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: EXHIBIT A Legal Description: Situated in the City of Ashtabula, County of Ashtbula and State of Ohio: And known as being part of Sublot Number One (1) in Block Number One (1) of the N. Hubbard Plat of part or Original Ashtabula Township Lot No. 15 in Township No. 12, Range 3 of the Connecticut Western Reserve as recorded in Volume 2 of plats, Page 16 of Ashtabula County Records, bounded and described as follows: Beginning in the easterly line of West Avenue at the southwest corner of Tract Two conveyed to Ben Del Prince and Filda Del Prince by deed dated December 11, 1950, and recorded in Ashtabula County Deed Records, Volume 543, Page 573, said place of beginning being one hundred six (106) feet southerly from the southerly line of West 59th Street (formerly Matthew Street); thence easterly, along the southerly line of said land so conveyed to Del Prince, two hundred thirtyone and fifty-eight hundredths (231.58) feet to the westerly line of the H.G. Silvieus Subdivision; thence Southerly at right angles to West 59th Street and along the west line of the H.G. Silvieus Subdivision, one hundred four and forty-eight hundredths (104.48) feet to an iron pin; thence westerly, two hundred thirteen and sixty-six hundredths (213.66) feet to the easterly line of West Avenue; thence North 9 degrees 44' West along the easterly line of West Avenue one hundred six (106) feet to the place of beginning and containing about fifty-three hundredths (0.53) of an acre of land. Parcel Number(s): 051110009000

Thence South 89º23’15" West along Winslow’s north line, 136.51' to a concrete monument found and used in Winslow’s northwest corner and the east line of land conveyed to F. and K. Marvin by deed recorded June 26, 1952 of Ashtabula County Deed Records; Thence North 00º50’01" East along Marvin’s east line, 41.25' to a concrete monument found and used in Wiley’s southwest corner; Thence North 89º23’00" East along Wiley’s south line, 135.91' to the place of beginning and containing 0.129 acres of land, be the same more or less, but subject to all legal highways. Pursuant to a survey September 9, 1998 by Frederick T. Bennett, Ohio Registered Surveyor No. 6802.

Property Address: 5918 West Avenue, Ashtabula, OH 44004

TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $60,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. EDWARD M KOCHALSKI 614-222-4921 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/10, 8/17, 8/24 (441) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011

The intent of this description is to accurately describe a parcel of land conveyed to C.A. Mullenax by deed recorded in Volume 93, Page 8349 of Ashtabula County General Index of Deeds.

CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC Plaintiff vs JEFFREY P RAND, JANE DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE, IF ANY, OF JEFFREY P RAND, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, AT LAW OR UNDER THE WILL, IF ANY, OF JEFFREY P RAND, DECEASED, STATE OF OHIO ESTATE TAX DIVISION C/O OHIO ATTY GENERAL, KATHLEEN J RAND AKA KATHY J RAND, TREASURER OF ASHTABULA COUNTY Defendant

Permanent Parcel Number: 12111-00-152-00 The property is located 443 Buffalo Street, Conneaut, Ohio. TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $36,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. RICHARD B KOTILA 440-293-7256 X 345 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/10, 8/17, 8/24 (541) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2011CV289 WELLS FARGO ANK NA AS TRUSTEE FOR OPTION ONE MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2003-4, ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2003-4 Plaintiff vs ROBERT G LONG, UNK SPOUSE OF ROBERT G LONG, ASHTABULA CO TREASURER

Property Address: 3014 Morningside Avenue, Ashtabula, Ohio 44004 PPN: #480181008400, # 4 8 0 1 8 1 0 0 8 5 0 0 , #480181008600, #48018 1008700, #480181008800 Prior Deed Reference: OR Book 283, Page 848; January 14, 2004 (Prior Deed: OR Book 47, Page 3473; July 5, 1979) TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $15,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. PETER L MEHLER 330-425-4201 X 191 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/17, 8/24, 8/31 (317) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2010CV127

CASE NO. 2009CV1285

BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Legal Description Parcel Number 1: Situated in the Township of Saybrook, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: And known as being Lot Numbers Two Hundred and Twelve and Two Hundred and Thirteen (212, 213) Block D, in East-Geneva-onthe-Lake Plat, as shown recorded in Volume 7, Pages 34 and 35, Ashtabula County Records of Plats. Parcel Number 2: Situated in the Township of Saybrook, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio:

BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: EXHIBIT “A” Legal Description Situated in the Township of Sheffield, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio, located in Lot 26, Section 3, and further described as follows: Beginning at a point in the centerline of Hines Road at the North east corner of lands of O. & M. Willenbreach; Course 1: Thence North 89 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds West along the North line of Willenbreach (passing through an iron pin set 20.00 feet from centerline) a total distance of 825.00 feet to an iron pin set in the West line of Lot 26, Section 3; Course 2: Thence North 00 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds East along the West line of Lot 26, Section 3, 275.00 feet to an iron pin set; Course 3: Thence South 89 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds east (passing through an iron pin set 20.00 feet from centerline) a total distance of 825.00 feet to the centerline of Hines Road;

GMAC MORTGAGE LLC Plaintiff vs JOAN M WILLIAMS, UNK HEIRS, THE DEVISEES, LEGATEES, EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS AND ASSIGNS OF JOAN M WILLIAMS AND THE UNK GUARDIANS OF MINOR AND/OR INCOMPETENT HEIRS OF JOAN M WILLIAMS, ROBERT E WILLIAMS, ASHTABULA CO TREASURER, MARINERS POINT CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION Defendant

Course 4: Thence South 00 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds west along the centerline of Hines Road, 275.00 feet to the place of beginning and containing 5.2083 acres.

BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT:

Prior Deed Reference: Vol. 137, Page 2350 Ashtabula County Records

Legal Description: Deed Reference Number: dated July 9, 2009, filed July 9, 2009, recorded in Official Records Volume 457, Page 787, Recorder’s Office, Ashtabula County, Ohio

Known as being a parcel of land conveyed to C.A. Mullenax by deed recorded in Volume 93, Page 8349 of Ashtabula County General Index of Deeds. Bearings are assumed and used only to compute angles.

Prior Deed Reference: Volume 375 at Page 1691 of the Ashtabula County General Index Records

Being Sublots 214, 215 and 216, Block D, in East-Geneva-on-theLake Plat, as the same is shown recorded in Volume 7, Pages 34 and 35, Ashtabula County Plat Records.

KNOWN SPOUSE, IF ANY, OF CLYDE BLEVINS, CITIFINANCIAL INC, ASHTABULA COUNTY TREASURER Defendant

Situated in the Township of Saybrook, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio, And known as being Unit #415, Building 4, Phase 4, together with the undivided 1.038 percent interest in and to all of the common area and facilities (the Common Areas) appurtenant to said Unit in the Mariners Point Condominium, as shown by the drawings recorded in Volume 14 of Plats, Pages 79 to 90 inclusive, and further described by the Declaration of Condominium Ownership and by the By-Laws for said Condominium, as the same is recorded in Volume 56, Pages 7736 to 7804 inclusive and rerecorded in Volume 57, Pages 453 to 521 inclusive of the Ashtabula County Records (the Declaration) and as amended in Volume 61, Pages 5486 to 5495 inclusive and in Volume 70, Pages 1239 to 1247 inclusive and in Volume 91, Pages 7899 to 7907 inclusive and in Volume 103, Pages 9242 to 9251 inclusive as well as the amended drawings recorded in Volume 15 of Plats, Pages 4 to 6 inclusive and in Volume 15 of Plats, Pages 47 to 50 inclusive and in Volume 16 of Plats, Pages 38 to 40 inclusive and in Volume 16 of Plats, Pages 75 to 76 all of the Ashtabula County Records, be the same more or less, but subject to all legal highways. Parcel Number(s): 48-058-10415-00 Property Address: 6035 Lake Road, Unit #415, Ashtabula, OH 44004 Deed Recorded: Volume 125, Page 1364, Document No. 200000005905 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $72,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. DARCY MEHLING GOOD 216-696-0650 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/17, 8/24, 8/31 (411) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2010CV159 TAMMAC HOLDINGS CORPORATION Plaintiff vs CLYDE BLEVINS AKA CLYDE W BLEVINS, JANE DOE, UN-

Subject to Easements, Restrictions, Conditions of Record, if any, taxes and assessments from the date of transfer and thereafter and local zoning regulations. Tax Parcel No.: 54-026-00-026-00 Property Address: 2953 Hines Road, Kingsville, Ohio 44068

TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $24,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. JAMES M BRUTZ 330-609-5045 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/17, 8/24, 8/31 (379) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2010CV825 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK NA SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO CHASE MANHATTAN MORTGAGE CORPORATION Plaintiff vs DIANE L MICHALKE, JOHN DOE, NAME UNKNOWN, SPOUSE OF DIANE MICHALKE Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Legal Description Situated in the Township of Ashtabula, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio: Known as being Lot Number Thirty-Three (33) in the Maplewood Heights Allotment in said Township be the same more or less, but subject to all legal highways. Plat Volume 5, Page 13 Property Address: 6343 Jefferson Road, Ashtabula Township, OH 44004 Parcel No: 040270007900 Prior Deed Reference: O.R. Book No. 117, Page 7588 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $24,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. MATTHEW I McKELVEY 513-241-3100 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/17, 8/24, 8/31 (225) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011

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■ Continued From Page 7C CASE NO. 2010CV1291 HSBC BANK USA NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR WFHET 2007-2 C/O WELLS FARGO BANK NA Plaintiff vs JOSHUA DICKSON, LISA DICKSON, ASHTABULA COUNTY TREASURER Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: EXHIBIT A Legal Description: Situated in the Township of Dorset, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: Being a part of Lot No. 32 in said Township and bounded and described as follows: Commencing in the centerline of the North and South Center Road (also known as State Route 193) at the Northwest corner of lands owned by Dorset Township; thence Northerly along the centerline of said road approximately 150 feet to the Southwest corner of lands conveyed to William E. and Elizabeth H. Johns by deed recorded in Volume 824, Page 126, Ashtabula County Records of Deeds; thence Easterly along the South line of said John’s land and a continuation thereof approximately 250 feet to a point; thence Southerly approximately 170 feet to the Northeast corner of lands now owned by Dorset Township; thence Westerly along the North line of said Dorset Township lands approximately 90 feet to the East line of lands conveyed to Dorset Township September 5, 1992; thence Northerly along the East line of lands conveyed to Dorset Township approximately 20 feet to the Northeast corner thereof; thence Westerly along the North line thereof approximately 170 feet to the place of beginning and containing approximately .95 of an acre of land, be the same more or less, but subject to all legal highways.

Public Notice Public Notices in Newspapers. Your Right to Know, Delivered Right to Your Door. IFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/17, 8/24, 8/31 (207) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2011CV208 THE ANDOVER BANK Plaintiff vs THE UNK HEIRS, DEVISEES AND NEXT OF KIN OF PATRICIA A AMMONS, STATE OF OHIO, OHIO DEPART OF JOBS AND FAMILY SERVICES, ASHTABULA CO TREASURER Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Exhibit A Situated in the Village of Andover, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: And known as being Sublot Nos. 14, 15, and 16 in The Homestead Land Company’s Homestead Allotment of part of Original Andover Township Lot Nos. 15 and 25, as shown by the recorded plat in Volume 6, Page 8 of Ashtabula County Records, and together forming a parcel of land 150 feet front on the westerly side of Case Avenue, and extending back of equal width 150 feet, as appears by said plat, be the same more or less, but subject to all legal highways. Prior Deed Reference: Volume 840 at Page 212 of the Ashtabula County Deed Records Permanent Parcel Number: 02013-10-006-00, 02-013-10-00700, and 02-013-10-008-00 The property is located at 195 Case Avenue, Andover, Ohio. TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED.

Property Address; 2718 State Route 193, Dorset, OH 44032

TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $27,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE.

TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $45,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. EDWARD M KOCHALSKI 614-222-4921 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/17, 8/24, 8/31 (401) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2011CV69 US BANK NA Plaintiff vs FRED A GETCE, JR, REBECCA A GETCE AKA REBECCA A THRESS Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Legal Description Situated in the City of Ashtabula, County of Ashtabula, State of Ohio: Known as being Sublot No. Eighteen (18) in Block One (1) of the Oak Park Allotment, as the same is shown recorded in Volume 10, Page 24 of Ashtabula County Records of Plats. Property Address: 1715 West 9th Street, Ashtabula, OH 44004 Parcel No: 68-404-00-049-00 Prior Deed Reference: O.R. Book 444, Page 999 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $69,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. PAMELA A FEHRING 513-241-3100 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHER-

LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2009CV1324

Parcel Number(s): 16-016-20075-00

Deed Reference Number: dated January 31, 2006, filed February 6, 2007, recorded in Official Records Volume 399, Page 2060, Recorder’s Office, Ashtabula County, Ohio

WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/24, 8/31, 9/7 (202)

RICHARD B KOTILA 440-293-7256 X 345 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/17, 8/24, 8/31 (287) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011

County General Index, and along the west line of another parcel of land conveyed to James M. and Regina C. Rose by deed recorded in Volume 905, Page 224 of Ashtabula County General Index, a distance of 412.91 feet to an iron pin set at the northeast corner of land conveyed to Stephen Gullo by deed recorded in Volume 30, Page 9207 of Ashtabula County General Index; thence South 90º00’00" West, along said north line of Gullo’s land, a distance of 647.81 feet to an iron pin set at the southeast corner of land conveyed to Theodore and Gladys Blankenship by deed recorded in Volume 625, Page 36 of Ashtabula County General Index; thence North 0º06’00" West, along the east line of said Blankenship’s land, and passing over an iron pin set at 1395.90 feet, a distance of 1425.90 feet to point on the centerline of said Sentinel Road; thence North 90º00’00" East, along said road centerline, a distance of 418.50 feet to a point and the true place of beginning and containing therein 15.9713 acres of land as surveyed in July, 2009 by Jerry W. Daniel, Registered Surveyor No. 6222.

Thence; the following (4) courses and distances. North 88º-25'-00" West, along said north line of West 48th Street, a distance of 52.30 feet to a capped 5/8" iron pin set to mark the southeast corner of Sublot 212, lands to Virginia Cooper, as recorded in Deed Volume 896 Page 134.

Beginning at the centerline intersection of Sentinel Road (C.H. 10C - 60' R/W and Russell Road (T.H. 176-B - 60' R/W), said point being witnessed by a concrete R/ W marker found South 50º48' East, a distance of 39.22 feet;

Thence; North 01º-51'-46" East, along the east line of Sublot 212 a distance of 166.32 feet, to a 3/ 4" iron pipe found to mark the northeast corner of Sublot 212, at the southwest corner of Sublot 170, lands to C.R. Ward, as recorded in Deed Volume 317 Page 451.

thence South 90º00’00 West, along the centerline of said Sentinel Road, a distance of 1325.00 feet to a point at the northwest corner of land conveyed to Christopher Sedlak by deed recorded in Volume 336, Page 198 of Ashtabula County General Index and the TRUE PLACE OF BEGINNING for the parcel herein described: thence South 00º40’30" East, along the west line of said Sedlak’s land, and along the west line of land conveyed to Clifford R. and Tammy G. Noel by deed recorded in Volume 370, Page 757 of Ashtabula County General Index, and passing over an iron pin set at 30.00 feet, a distance of 1013.09 feet to an iron pin set;

thence North 0º40’30" West, and passing over an iron pin set at 983.09 feet, a distance of 1013.09 feet to a point on the centerline of said Sentinel Road;

Beginning at a the centerline intersection of Sentinel Road (C.H. 10-C - 60' R/W) and Russell Road (T.H. 176-B - 60' R/W), said point being witnessed by a concrete R/ W marker found South 50º48' East, a distance of 39.22 feet; thence South 90º00’00" West, along the centerline of said Sentinel Road, a distance of 1540.00 feet to a point and the TRUE PLACE OF BEGINNING for the parcel herein described: thence South 00º40’30" East, and passing over an iron pin set at 30.00 feet, a distance of 1013.09 feet to an iron pin set; thence North 90º00’00" East, a distance of 215.00 feet to an iron pin set on the west line of land conveyed to Clifford R. and Tammy G. Noel by deed recorded in Volume 370, Page 757 of Ashtabula County General Index; thence South 0º40’30" East, along said west line of Noel’s land, and along the west line of land conveyed to James M. and Regina C. Rose by deed recorded in Volume 905, Page 103 of Ashtabula

All that certain lands situate in a portion of Sublot 211, in the Fisks Village Plat, as recorded in Plat Volume 1 Page 5, City of Ashstabula, Township Number 12 North, Range III West, in the Connecticut Western Reserve Survey, County of Ashtabula, State of Ohio. A resurvey of lands to William and Won-Suk Bishop, as recorded in Deed Volume 116 Page 9209 in the Office of the County Recorder further described.

Parcel 2 Situated in the Township of Cherry Valley, Town 9, Range 2 of the Connecticut Western Reserve, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio, and known as being part of Lot 36 in Section No. 3 in said township, and further bounded and described as follows:

CITIMORTGAGE INC Plaintiff vs JOSEPH GOULD, JAN DOE, NAME UNKNOWN, SPOUSE OF JOSEPH R GOULD Defendant

Parcel 1 Situated in the Township of Cherry Valley, Town 9, Range 2 of the Connecticut Western Reserve, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio, and known as being part of Lot 36 in Section No. 3 in said township, and further bounded and described as follows:

Situate in the City of Ashtabula, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio:

The intent is to describe part of the land conveyed to Joseph R. Gould by deed recorded in Volume 277, Page 2373 of Ashtabula County General Index. Bearings are to an assumed meridian and are used to denote angles only. Iron pins set are 5/8" x 30" rebar capped “J W Daniel”.

thence South 90º00’00" West, a distance of 215.00 feet to an iron pin set;

Legal Description

LEGAL DESCRIPTION:

Beginning at a capped 5/8" iron pin set to mark a point at the southwest corner of lands to Roscoe and Nancy Burlingame, as recorded in Deed Volume 671 Page 102, in the north line of West 48th Street (60 feet wide) , and being located from a cut-stone monument found and used to mark the west line of Jefferson Avenue (49 feet wide), North 88º25'-00" West, a distance of 97.00 feet.

CASE NO. 2011CV282

BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT:

BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT:

thence North 90º00’00" East, along said road centerline, a distance of 215.00 feet to a point and the true place of beginning and containing therein 5.0000 acres of land as surveyed in July, 2009 by Jerry W. Daniel, Registered Surveyor No. 6222. The intent is to describe part of the land conveyed to Joseph R. Gould by deed recorded in Volume 277, Page 2373 of Ashtabula County General Index. Bearings are to an assumed meridian and are used to denote angles only. Iron pins set are 5/8" x 30" rebar capped “J W Daniel”. Property Address: 2802 Sentinel Road, Dorset, OH 44032 Parcel No: 09-027-00-008-00 and 09-027-00-009-00 Prior Deed Reference: Book 461, page 1876 and Book 461, page 1880 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $39,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. PAMELA A FEHRING 513-241-3100 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/17, 8/24, 8/31 (963) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2011CV284 CITIMORTGAGE INC SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO ABN AMRO, MORTGAGE GROUP INC Plaintiff vs LAWRENCE A KENYON, JANE DOE UNK SPOUSE OF LAWRENCE A KENYON Defendant

Thence; South 88º-19'-55" East, along the south line of Sublot 170, and C.R. Ward, a distance of 52.12 feet to a capped 5/8" iron pin set to mark a point at the northwest corner of lands to said Roscoe and Nancy Burlingame. Thence; South 01º-48'-05" West, along the west line of lands to said Burlingame, a distance of 166.24 feet to the point and place of beginning. Said land containing 0.199 acres, as surveyed and described in November 1999 by Timothy E. Stocker, P.S. 7245 Crabbs’ Surveying Order 2280. Basis of bearings are to an assumed meridian along the north line of West 48th Street South 88º-25'-00East. All iron pins set are 5/8" x 30" rebar with cap Crabbs 7245. Property Address: 811 West 48th Street, Ashtabula, Oh 44004 Parcel No: 05-118-00-053-00 Prior Deed Reference: OR Book 245, Page 1020 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $15,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. MARIA DIVITA 513-241-3100 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/17, 8/24, 8/31 (546) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2011CV295 THE ANDOVER BANK Plaintiff vs REX R LILLIE, TAMMY L LILLIE, DAWN M CRAGON, ASHTABULA COUNTY TREASURER Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT:

side of Aberdeen Avenue and extending back of equal width 110 feet deep along the northerly line of Parkwood Avenue as appears by said plat. Prior Deed Reference: Volume 389 at Page 413 of the Ashtabula County General Index Records Permanent Parcel Number: 03037-10-039-00 The property is located at 2934 Aberdeen Avenue, Ashtabula Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio. TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $45,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. RICHARD B KOTILA 440-293-7256 X 345 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/17, 8/24, 8/31 (266) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2009CV626 ONEWEST BANK FSB Plaintiff vs BRETT A DOUGLAS, JANE DOE UNK SPOUSE OF BRETT A DOUGLAS, INDYMAC BANK FSB, ASHTABULA CO TREASURER Defendant

BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Legal Description: Situated in the City of Ashtabula, Township of Saybrook, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: And known as being SUBLOT NO. 49 in HYDE PARK ALLOTMENT, as shown by the recorded plat of said Subdivision, in Volume 3 of Maps, Page 5-A of the Ashtabula County Records, but subject to all legal highways. Parcel 500352003300

Number(s):

Prior Deed Info.: Warranty Deed, OR Book 102, Page 532, filed March 25, 1998

BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT:

Address: 1418 Eleanor Dr., Ashtabula, OH 44004

Legal Description Property at: 331 Fenton Avenue, Conneaut, Ohio 44030

WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/24, 8/31, 9/7 (249)

PP#: 123290008200 and 123290008300 Prior Deed Reference: OR Book 177, Page 2644

LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011

Legal description can be found at the Ashtabula County Recorder’s Office. TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $75,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. DOUGLAS A HAESSIG 330-425-4201 X 111 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/24, 8/31, 9/7 (179) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2009CV1187 CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO CHASE MANHATTAN MORTGAGE CORPORATION SUCCESSOR BY MERGER WITH CHASE MORTGAGE COMPANY FKA CHEMICAL MORTGAGE COMPANY Plaintiff vs ISSAAC H CHAPPELL, JANICE M CHAPPELL, STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION C/ O OHIO ATTY GENERAL, TREASURER OF ASHTABULA COUNTY Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Legal Description Property at: 4515 North Ridge Road East, Ashtabula, Ohio PP#: 030070005000 Prior Deed Reference: Volume 53, Page 4930 Legal description can be found at the Ashtabula County Recorder’s Office

Exhibit A Situated in the Township of Ashtabula, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio, and known as being the westerly 110 feet of Sublot Number Twelve (12) in Block H in Avondale Allotment of part of original Ashtabula Township, Holmes Tract, as shown by recorded plat in Volume 7 of Maps, Page 52 of Ashtabula County Records and being 50 feet front of the easterly

WELLS FARGO BANK NA AS TRUSTEE FOR NATIONAL CITY MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2005-1 C/O HOME LOAN SERVICES INC Plaintiff vs ROBERT AUSTIN AKA ROBERT S AUSTIN, CRYSTAL J AUSTIN, MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC AS NOMINEE FOR COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS INC, TREASURER OF ASHTABULA CO Defendant

TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $30,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. DOUGLAS A HAESSIG 330-425-4201 X 111 Attorney for Plaintiff

TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $51,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. JOHN D CLUNK 330-436-0300 Attorney for Plaintiff

CASE NO. 2009CV1351 CITIMORTGAGE INC Plaintiff vs DOROTHY M WALTZ, JOHN DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE, IF ANY, OF DOROTHY M WALTZ, JOHN DOE, UNKNOWN SPOUSE, IF ANY, OF ROBERTA V PIZZI, NOTE TRACKER CORPORATION, TREASURER OF ASHTABULA COUNTY Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Legal Description Property at: 2901 West 13th Street, Ashtabula, Ohio PP#: 500082014400 Prior Deed Reference: Volume 32, Page 5397 Legal description can be found at the Ashtabula County Recorder’s Office TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $66,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. PETER L MEHLER 330-425-4201 X 191 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/24, 8/31, 9/7 (190) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2009CV1359 THE HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK SUCCESSOR BY MERGER WITH SKYBANK Plaintiff vs DENNIS M TROPP, DONNA M TROPP, THE HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK SUCCESSOR BY MERGER WITH SKY BANK Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUC-

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■ Continued From Page 8C TION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT:

Public Notice Public Notices in Newspapers. Your Right to Know, Delivered Right to Your Door.

EXHIBIT A LEGAL DESCRIPTION

West, 200.00 feet to a 5/8" capped iron set;

Situated in the Township of Rome, Village of Roaming Shores, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio:

Course 4: Thence North 00 Degrees 24 Minutes 09 Seconds East (Passing through a 5/8" capped iron pin set in the south line of Sellman Road) a total distance of 800.00 feet to the place of beginning and containing 3.6731 acres.

44047 PPN 290140001900

Being Sublot 1094 and 1095 of Roaming Rock Plat VIII recorded in Volume 12, Page 8; Beginning at an iron pin the Northwest corner of Sublot 1094 in the Easterly line of Evening Star Drive; Thence North 63 deg. 53' 00" East Three Hundred Forty-Four and Five Hundredths (344.04) feet to an iron pin;

Bearings are to an assumed meridian and indicate angles only.

TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED.

As per survey by Jerry Slay, Ohio Surveyor Number 5298 dated December 19, 2002.

TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $135,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE.

Intent is to split 3.6731 acres of vacant land from the Northeast portion of this Original Parcel.

Thence in the same course a distance of Thirty-Eight (38.00) feet to the Waters Edge of Lake Roaming Rock;

All capped iron pins set are marked “Slay 5298” are 5/8" X 30".

Thence Southeasterly along the Waters Edge of said Lake a distance of One Hundred EightyFour (184.00) feet to the Southeast corner of Sublot 1095;

Property Address: 5950 North Avenue, Geneva, OH 44041 Parcel No: 17-008-00-027-03 Prior Deed Reference: OR Book 350, page 1814

Thence South 57 deg. 31' 20" West a distance of Twenty and Four Tenths (20.04) feet to an iron pin;

TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED.

Thence in the same course Three Hundred Seventy and SeventySeven Hundredths (370.77) feet to an iron pin in the Easterly line of Evening Star Drive at the Southwesterly corner of Sublot 1095; Thence North 32 deg. 28’40" West along the Easterly line of said Street, One Hundred Sixty Four and Ninety-Six Hundredths (164.96) feet to an iron pin and continuing along said Easterly line North 29 deg. 17’50" West, a distance of Twenty-Nine and Seventy Hundredths (29.70) feet to an iron pin and North 26 deg. 07' 00" West a distance to Twenty-Six and Eighty Hundredths (26.80) feet to the principle place of beginning and containing 1.76 acres of land more or less. Premises commonly known as: 1094 Evening Star Drive Roaming Shores, Ohio 44085 PPN: 67-008-20-006-00 Prior Deed Reference: OR Book 302, Page 1526 TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $270,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. HOLLY A SEIDEL 216-360-7200 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/24, 8/31, 9/7 (424) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2010CV139 MACK INDUSTRIES INC Plaintiff vs CATHERINE J ZAYAK, JOSEPH A ZAYAK, US BANK NA US BANK BANCORP, LYON FINANCIAL SERVICES INC, ASHTABULA COUNTY AUDITOR, OSBORNE CONCRETE & STONE CO. Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Exhibit ‘A’ Legal Description Situated in the Township of Geneva, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio: Part of lands of H.F. & J.T. Carkhuff, as recorded in Deed Volume 635, Page 146: Situated in Section 3, Geneva, Township, R5, T12, Connecticut Western Reserve, Ashtabula County, Ohio: Beginning at a point in the centerline of Sellman Road (60 feet wide), said point being South 89 degrees 35 minutes 52 seconds East, 1422.00 feet from the centerline of Padanarum Road (50 feet wide): Course 1: Thence South 89 degrees 35 minutes 52 seconds East along the centerline, 200.00 feet to the Northwest corner of T.M. & C.R. Carkhuff (201-1003); Course 2: Thence South 00 Degrees 24 Minutes 09 Seconds West along the West line of said Carkhuff (201-1033)(Passing through a 5/8" capped iron pin set in the south line of Sellman Road) a total distance of 800.00 feet to a 5/8" capped iron pin set; Course 3: Thence North 89 Degrees 35 Minutes 52 Seconds

Prior Deed Reference: Deed from James W. Brining and Ruth H. Brining, husband and wife, to Wade A. Brining and Elizabeth A. Brining, filed June 7,1996, in Volume 89, Page 606 of Ashtabula County Records.

ROBERT H YOUNG 216-685-1170 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/24, 8/31, 9/7 (533) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2010CV1203

TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $249,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. BILL L PURTELL 513-241-3100 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/24, 8/31, 9/7 (440) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2010CV198 THE HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK, SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO SKY BANK, SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK OF WARREN Plaintiff vs WADE A BRINING, ELIZABETH A BRINING, JANE DOE UNK SPOUSE OF WADE A BRINING, JOHN DOE UNK SPOUSE OF ELIZABETH A BRINING, ASHTABULA CO TREASURER, THE HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK, SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO SKY BANK, SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: LEGAL DESCRIPTION Situated in the Township of Lenox, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: And known as being part of Lot 25 in said township, and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point in the centerline of Lenox-New Lyme Road at the Northeast corner of lands now or formerly owned by Lenox Township Trustee’s; Thence Westerly along the North line of Lenox Township Trustee’s about One Thousand Six Hundred Sixty feet (1,660.00 feet) to the Southeast corner of lands now or formerly owned by Andrew M. and A.J. Lesko; Thence Northerly along the East line of said Lesko, about 699 feet to a point; Thence Easterly about 906.00 feet to a point in the West line of lands now or formerly owned by Edward and Jessie Zwaduk, as recorded in Volume 491, Page 525; Thence Southerly along the West line of Zwaduk, 53.00 feet to said Zwaduk’s Southwest corner; Thence Easterly along the South line of Zwaduk, 394.00 feet to the Northwest corner of lands now or formerly owned by R. and N. Hagerty, as recorded in Volume 684, Page 77; Thence Southerly along the West line of Hagerty and the West line of lands now or formerly owned by D. and N. Weddle, as recorded in Volume 673, Page 1076, a distance of 231 feet to said Weddle’s Southwest corner; Thence Easterly along the South line of said Weddle 360.00 feet to the centerline of Lenox-New Lyme Road; Thence Southerly along the centerline of Lenox-New Lyme Road, about 415 feet to the place of beginning, be the same more or less, but subject to all legal highways. Excepting and reserving therefrom 1.9984 acres of land transferred to Charles B. and Terry L. Weddle at Volume 40, Page 6950, Ashtabula County Records of Deeds. Property Address: 2467 Lenox New Lyme Road, Jefferson, OH

GEAUGA SAVINGS BANK Plaintiff vs JEFFREY ALLEN LAMPMAN, AKA JEFFREY ALAN LAMPMAN AKA JEFFREY A LAMPMAN, BRENDA LEA LAMPMAN, ASHTABULA COUNTY TREASURER, MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC AS NOMINEE FOR 123LOAN LLC C/O CSC LAWYERS INCORPORATION SERVICES, STATUTORY AGENT, BFG FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT:

PORT CONNEAUT FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Plaintiff vs LORRIE J EMERY, JOHN DOE, NAME UNKNOWN, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF LORRIE J EMERY, ASHTABULA COUNTY TREASURER Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: LEGAL DESCRIPTION Situated in the City of Conneaut, County of Ashtabula and State of Ohio: And known as being part of Block One Hundred Nineteen (119) in said City of Conneaut, and being Lot Number Six (6) in the Plat or Allotment known as the Gottleb Kahrar Plat as recorded in Ashtabula County Records of Plats, Volume 3, Page 10. Property Address: 483 Washington Street, Conneaut, OH 44030 Parcel Number 12-213-00-089-00 Prior Deed Reference: Deed from Lorrie J. Emery, widowed and not remarried, transferring on death to Wendy M. Emery, unmarried, the beneficiary, to Lorrie J. Emery, filed December 23, 2008, in Book 446, Page 1414 of Ashtabula County Records. TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $27,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. BENJAMIN N HOEN 216-685-1170 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/24, 8/31, 9/7 (257)

LEGAL DESCRIPTION Situated in the Township of Lenox, Town 10, Range 3 of the Connecticut Western Reserve, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio, and known as being part of Lot 47 in said Township, and further bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the centerline of Black Sea Road, said point being South 0 degrees 00' West, a distance of 4932.59 feet from a 1/2" iron pin found at the centerline intersection of said Black Sea Road and Footville Richmond Road; Thence South 0 degrees 00' West, along said centerline of Black Sea Road, a distance of 236.50 feet to a point; Thence North 89 degrees 28' West, and passing over an iron pin set at 30.00 feet, a distance of 1300.03 feet to an iron pin set; Thence North 0 degrees 00' East, a distance of 233.10 feet to an iron pin set; Thence South 89 degrees 37' East, and passing over an iron pin set at 1270.00 feet, a distance of 1300.00 feet to a point on the centerline of said Black Sea Road and the true place of beginning and containing therein 7.0071 acres of land as surveyed in December, 1998 by Jerry W. Daniel, Registered Surveyor No. 6222. The intent of this description is to describe part of the land conveyed to J. J. Detweiler Enterprises, Inc., by deed recorded in Volume 107, Page 3938 of Ashtabula County General Index. Bearings are to an assumed meridian and are used to denote angles only. Iron pins set are 5/8" x 30" rebar capped “J W Daniel”. Property Address: 3107 Black Sea Road, Dorset, OH 44032 PPN: 29-020-00-002-07 Prior Deed Reference: Deed from J.J. Detweiler Enterprises, Inc., to Jeffrey Allen Lampman and Brenda Lea Lampman, filed January 5, 2001, OR Book 146, Page 1997 of Ashtabula County Records. TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $30,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. LARRY R ROTHENBERG 216-685-1170 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/24, 8/31, 9/7 (471) LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011

LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS, ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS MAY TERM, 2011 CASE NO. 2011CV153 THE ANDOVER BANK Plaintiff vs ROBERT J PFLEGER, DEBORAH E PFLEGER, MBNA AMERICA BANK NA, CITIBANK SOUTH DAKOTA NA, BANK ONE DELAWARE, PALISADES COLLECTION LLC, LVNV FUNDING LLC, STATE OF OHIO DEPT OF TAXATION, ASHTABULA CO TREASURER Defendant BY VIRTUE OF ORDER OF SALE DULY ISSUED IN THE ABOVE CASE TO ME DIRECTED I WILL OFFER FOR SALE BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE DOOR OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, CIVIL SECTION, 1ST FLOOR OF THE JUSTICE CENTER, IN THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2011 AT 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. OF SAID DAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS AND TENEMENTS TO WIT: Exhibit A Situated in the Township of Wayne, County of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio: Known as being a part of Wayne Township Lot Number 20 and is further bounded and described as follows: Parcel No. 1: Beginning at a point in the centerline of Howard Road (Road Number 156, 60 feet wide), said point being North 0º04’00" West, as measured along said centerline, a distance of 364.19 feet from the intersection of the centerlines of Howard Road and Windsor Road (Road Number 6, 66 feet wide); Thence North 0º04’00" West, along Howard Road centerline, a distance of 218.85 feet to a point; Thence North 89º56’00" East, a distance of 418.50 feet to an iron pin set, passing thru an iron pin set 30.00 feet; Thence South 0º04’00" East, a distance of 218.85 feet to an iron pin set; Thence South 89º56’00" West, a distance of 418.50 feet to the centerline of Howard Road and the place of beginning, passing thru an iron pin set 30.00 feet therefrom and containing within said described boundaries 2.1026 acres of land, be the same more or less, but is subject to all legal highways. This being a part of the lands previously belonging to Robert and Susan Pfleger by Ashtabula County Deed Records, Volume 2, Page 5297 and is pursuant to a survey made by J.M. Peter, Ohio registration number 6420.

CASE NO. 2010CV1239 Prior Deed Reference: Volume

399 at Page 820, Volume 77 at Page 9467, and Volume 2 at Page 5297 of the Ashtabula County General Index Records, and Volume 867 at Page 148 of the Ashtabula County Deed Records Permanent Parcel Number: 59001-00-023-01 The property is located at 7020 Howard Road, Wayne Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio TAXES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR WILL BE PRO-RATED. TERMS: CASH APPRAISED FOR $99,000 BIDDING WILL START AT 2/ 3RDS OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. RICHARD B KOTILA 440-293-7256 X 345 Attorney for Plaintiff WILLIAM R JOHNSON, SHERIFF OF ASHTABULA COUNTY GN 8/24, 8/31, 9/7 (446) ASHTABULA COUNTY JUVENILE COURT IN RE: T.C., M.C., H.C. CASE NO: 2010 JC 00021 SERVICE OF NOTICE BY PUBLICATION NATHANIEL CLARK, BIOLOGICAL FATHER of T.C., M.C., H.C. juveniles, will take notice that a complaint has been filed in Ashtabula County Juvenile Court alleging that said juveniles are dependent and containing a prayer or request for PERMANENT CUSTODY that said complaint will be for a hearing before said Court in Ashtabula, Ohio at Juvenile Court, 3816 Donahoe Drive on 09/ 22/2011 at 9:30 am and NATHANIEL CLARK, BIOLOGICAL FATHER and parent is to appear before this court on said date and show cause why the complainant’s prayer should not be granted. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT: 1. Any party is entitled to any attorney in all proceedings in Juvenile Court. If a party cannot afford an attorney and meets certain requirements, the Court will appoint one upon request. If you wish to have an attorney but believe you cannot afford one, call Kathleen Thompson, Court Administrator, at Juvenile Court (440) 994-6000 between 8:30 am and 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. 2. An adjudication of dependency, neglect or abuse may result in an order or protective supervision which permits the child to remain in the parent’s physical and legal custody subject to any conditions and limitations the Court prescribes, or in: The granting of permanent custody which permanently takes from the parent all rights, duties, privileges, and obligations, including the right to consent to an adoption of the child. The issuance of an order for long-term foster care, which will cause removal of parent’s physical and legal custody without a plan to return the child, but also without permanently terminating parental rights; and Any order of temporary custody, which will cause physical removal of the child from the parent’s physical and legal custody until the Court terminates the order or permanently divests the parent/s of parental rights. CG Hague JUDGE & EX-OFFICIO CLERK ASHTABULA COUNTY JUVENILE COURT ASHTABULA, OHIO VKBrockway DEPUTY CLERK I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT I SERVED THE WITHIN NOTICE BY FAX ON THE FOLLOWING: THE GAZETTE PRINTING DATE: 8/16/10 GN 8/24 ASHTABULA COUNTY JUVENILE COURT IN RE: R.S. III and P.S. CASE NO: 2011 JC 00052 SERVICE OF NOTICE BY PUBLICATION JOHN DOE, BIOLOGICAL FATHER of R.S. III and P.S. juveniles, will take notice that a complaint has been filed in Ashtabula County Juvenile Court alleging that said juveniles are dependent and containing a prayer or request for TEMPORARY CUSTODY that said complaint will be for a hearing before said Court in Ashtabula, Ohio at Juvenile Court, 3816 Donahoe Drive on 09/09/ 2011 at 11:00 am and JOHN DOE, BIOLOGICAL FATHER and parent is to appear before this court on said date and show cause why the complainant’s prayer should not be granted. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT: 1. Any party is entitled to any attorney in all proceedings in Juvenile Court. If a party cannot afford an attorney and meets certain requirements, the Court will appoint one upon request. If you wish to have an attorney but believe you cannot afford one, call Kathleen Thompson, Court Administrator, at Juvenile Court (440) 994-6000 between 8:30 am and 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. 2. An adjudication of dependency, neglect or abuse may result in an order or protective supervision which permits the child to remain in the parent’s physical and legal custody subject to any conditions and limitations the Court prescribes, or in: The granting of permanent custody which permanently takes from the parent all rights, duties, privileges, and obligations, includ-

ing the right to consent to an adoption of the child. The issuance of an order for long-term foster care, which will cause removal of parent’s physical and legal custody without a plan to return the child, but also without permanently terminating parental rights; and Any order of temporary custody, which will cause physical removal of the child from the parent’s physical and legal custody until the Court terminates the order or permanently divests the parent/s of parental rights. CG Hague JUDGE & EX-OFFICIO CLERK ASHTABULA COUNTY JUVENILE COURT ASHTABULA, OHIO VKBrockway DEPUTY CLERK I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT I SERVED THE WITHIN NOTICE BY FAX ON THE FOLLOWING: THE GAZETTE PRINTING DATE: 8/16/10 GN 8/24 PROBATE COURT OF ASHTABULA COUNTY, OHIO PUBLICATION OF NOTICE Revised Code, Sec. 2109.32.33 “TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS PENDING IN THE ASHTABULA COUNTY PROBATE COURT. The fiduciary in each action has filed an account of his trust. A hearing on the account in each case will be held on Thursday, SEPTEMBER 29, 2011 at 10:00 A. M., The court is located at 25 West Jefferson Street, Jefferson, Ohio 44047. ANY PERSON MAY FILE EXCEPTIONS TO ANY ITEM NOT LATER THAN FIVE (5) DAYS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE HEARING. TRUST Kincaid Stanley Library 18 TR 903 Albert M Ford 21 TR 645 Joyce M Monroe 03 TR 005 GUARDIANSHIP Catherine Valenti 03 GI 011 Harry W Cooper 03 GI 022 Leroy G Smith 06 GI 009 Joseph Matrisciano 08 GI 011 Margaret Countryman 09 GI 017 ESTATE Florence Orlowski 03 ES 213 Dorthea L Grennan 06 ES 421 Carmelita P Valentic 09 ES 156 Ruth Fitts Brown 10 ES 043 Linda M Lockwood 10 ES 120 GN 8/24 NOTICE TO BIDDERS STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Columbus, Ohio Office of Contracts Legal Copy Number:113010 Sealed proposals will be accepted from pre-qualified bidders at the ODOT Office of Contracts until 10:00 a.m. on October 20, 2011. Project 113010 is located in Ashtabula County, SR-11-23.85 and is a BRIDGE REPAIR project. The date set for completion of this work shall be as set forth in the bidding proposal. Plans and Specifications are on file in the Department of Transportation. GN 8/17, 8/24 NOTICE TO BIDDERS STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Columbus, Ohio Office of Contracts Legal Copy Number: 110519 Sealed proposals will be accepted from pre-qualified bidders at the ODOT Office of Contracts until 10:00 a.m. on September 22, 2011. Project 110519 is located in Ashtabula County, VA-FENFY2012 and is a FENCING project. The date set for completion of this work shall be as set forth in the bidding proposal. Plans and Specifications are on file in the Department of Transportation. GN 8/24, 8/31 Village of Jefferson A complete text of each of the following Ordinances or Resolutions may be obtained or reviewed at the Office of the Village Clerk/ Treasurer at 27 E. Jefferson Street, Jefferson, Ohio Resolution No 11-R-2871 Passed August 15, 2011 A Resolution Enacting and Adopting Amended And Updated Code of Ordinances of the Village of Jefferson, Ohio, Published by American Legal Publishing Corporation, and Copyrighted 2011, and Declaring an Emergency Ordinance No. 11-O-2875 An Ordinance Authorizing The Jefferson Village Administrator To Negotiate And Sign A Dispatching Contract With Middlefield Dispatching Center, Village Of Middlefield, Ohio; And Declaring An Emergency. Patricia A. Fisher, Clerk-Treasurer GN 8/24, 8/31 Village of Jefferson 27 E. Jefferson Street Jefferson, OH 44047 UTILITIES/WASTEWATER TREATMENT/SERVICE Monday, August 22, 2011 7:00 p.m. Discussion: Rezoning • EPA up-date --SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING Monday, August 22, 2011 7:30 p.m. Town Hall Discussion: Acquisition of property GN 8/17, 8/24 SPECIAL MEETING DORSET TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES WILL HOLD A SPECIAL MEETING ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2011 AT THE DORSET COMMUNITY CENTER, 2681 ST. RTE 193 — 9 A.M. PURPOSE OF THE MEETING IS TO OPEN AND PUBLICLY READ PAVING BIDS. DORSET TWP. CAROLINE S. TUPPER FISCAL OFFICER GN 8/24


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Basketball officiating class

Racing for Awareness

A 25-hour class sanctioned by the Ohio High School Athletic for persons interested in officiating high school and junior high basketball will be held beginning Sept. 12 at 6:30 p.m. New officials from high school students up are welcome. For more information contact Phil Garcia at (440) 992-7445.

Falcon grad helping coach state winner 2000 Jefferson High School graduate Chris Toukonen is an assistant coach on the Cocoa High School Football team in Florida that has won 38 straight games. Cocoa High School has also won three straight state championships and is currently ranked #13 in the nation, according to rivalshigh.com. Cocoa will be squaring off against Cincinnati Colerain on ESPN on Sunday, Aug. 28, at 3 p.m. Colerain is currently ranked #15 in the nation. Cocoa High School will also be playing in the Herbstreit Classic at Cowboys Stadium on Fox Sports later in the season.

Photos by Lisa Hollman

The Northeast Ohio Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Walk Family was at the Thompson Karting Track on Wednesday, Aug. 10, to have some fun and raise awareness for diabetes. Joining the team was local newspapers and radio stations along with some of its sponsors.

Falcons scrimmage Niles

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Jacob Hamilton runs for a touchdown for the Jefferson Falcons during a scrimmage against Niles.

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122 CATS FREE KITTENS 3 months old, one grey, one black, two tortoise shell. Call Chris (814) 756-3756.

140 GARAGE SALES MOVING SALE. EVERYTHING must go! 212 East Pearl, Albion. August 19 and 20, rain date August 21. 8am to 3pm.

Connor Cleveland runs the ball for the Jefferson Falcons, while Aaron Painter blocks during a scrimmage against Niles.

140 GARAGE SALES

140 GARAGE SALES

ASHTABULA ESTATE AUCTION 10am, August 27, 1801 Plymouth Ridge Road. Furniture, household, collectibles, patio sets, record players, crystal and glassware. Sterling silverware, antique hall safe, accordion, knives, pool table, pinball machine, games, books, rototiller, dryer, motorcycle and LOTS MORE! All items paid for day of sale by cash or good check. All announcements sale day take precedence over printed materials. Auctioneer Ralph Brown (440) 6673249. Owner Connie Chimeilewski, POA Camberlyn Hunter.

YARD SALE. AUGUST 26 and 27. 9 to 3, 9545 Griffey Rd., Albion. Miscellaneous items.

YARD SALE SEPT. 2nd and 3rd. 9 to 4, several families. Tools, Christmas decorations, books, videos, some dishes, knickknacks, etc. 7655 Route 6N. HUGE MULTI-FAMILY sale! Baby stuff, stroller with car seat, high chair, boys clothes 2T, toys, air hockey table, home decor, oriental rug 8x12, glass-top patio table with 6 chairs, John Deere LT 150, 38 inch deck mower. August 26 and 27, 9am to 4pm. 11926 Stoker Rd., East Springfield, just south of I-90 off Route 215. YARD SALE. Kids clothes, yarn, miscellaneous. 10261 Grandview Avenue, Albion. 10am to 6pm. Friday and Saturday, August 26 and 27.

GARAGE SALE 10410 Knapp Rd., Albion. HUGE SALE! Everything must go! Rain or shine. Saturday and Sunday, August 27 and 28, 8am to ?

160 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FLUTES, CLARINETS, SAXOPHONES, trumpets, trombones, percussion-kits, new and used. For sale or rent. Rent-to-own, $29.75 per month. Saxophones, $53.13 per month, includes repair coverage. Call Pfabe’s Music (440) 357-5513 or www.pfabesrentals.com.

190 MISCELLANEOUS WANT TO BUY all Foreign coins and paper money. Old and current. Collector. (440) 278-0099. HAS YOUR BUILDING shifted or settled? Contact Woodford Brothers, Inc. for straightening, leveling, foundation and wood frame repairs at 1-800-OLD-BARN. www. woodfordbros.com.

Yoder's Cabinetry

Other Furniture In Many Styles Available

4129 Rt. 7, Andover, OH • Closed Sundays

PIERPONT FARMERS’ MARKET LOCAL SH RE R A F M-FUCE PROD

New Potatoes • Tomatoes Melons • Sweet Corn Goat Milk Fudge • Leather Goods Scroll Art • Refreshments

AIRLINES ARE HIRING. Train for high paying aviation career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified, job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance. 877-676-3836. AIRLINES ARE HIRING. Train for high paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified. Housing available. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance (888) 834-9715. ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from home. Medical, Business, Paralegal, Computers, Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified. Call (888) 220-3984. www.CenturaOnline.com. HOMEOWNERS WANTED!!! KAYAK Pools is looking for demo home sites to display our maintenance free Kayak Pools. Save thousands of $$$ with our year end clearance! Call now! (800) 3152925 kayakpoolsmidwest.com Discount code 952L16. WATER SKIS FROM children’s to adult. Four pairs, $200 for all! (440) 224-2028.

Broken-Down, Wrecked, Junk Same Day Pickup Available WE PAY MORE THAN SCALE PRICE!

County Line Auto Recycling Geneva, Ohio

440-466-5000

200 HELP WANTED

200 HELP WANTED

PART-TIME BARTENDER. Apply in person Albion Moose Lodge. Experience required.

CLEANING HELP WANTED. Monday through Friday, 9 to 5, outdoor work, must be able to stand for multiple hours and lift 20lbs consistently, no tobacco, valid drivers license, random drug screening, high school diploma. Wage depends on experience. Send letters of interest or resume to Cleaning Help 114 N. Chestnut St., Jefferson, OH 44047.

HELP NEEDED ON local specialty produce farm. Great learning experience. Must be drug free. Apply at 1762 State Route 7, Monday through Friday, 7am to 12pm and 4pm to 8pm. Gazette Newspapers is seeking a creative and innovative Online News Editor. This position is on our fast-paced online newsroom desk for www.gazettenews.com. The Online News Editor updates and maintains various parts of the website by building article pages, editing and publishing breaking news to the home page and regularly helping to maintain the site. Applicants can e-mail resume, cover letter and portfolio (PDFs preferred) to General Manager Bill Creed at bcreed@gazettenews.com. Deadline to apply is August 31, 2011. CAN YOU DIG it? Heavy equipment school. 3-wk training program. Backhoes, bulldozers, trackhoes. Local job placement asst. Start digging dirt now! (866) 362-6497. NOW HIRING. COMPANIES desperately need employees to assemble products at home. Electronics, CD stands, hair barrettes, and many more. No selling, any hours. Info (985) 6461700 Dept. PA-1017.

PROFESSIONAL HEALTH CAREERS ■ DENTAL ASSISTANT ■ MEDICAL ASSISTANT ■ MEDICAL SECRETARY ■ PHARMACY TECHNICIAN ALL CLASSES WITH WORD PROCESSING ASK ABOUT CPT-ICD9 CODING Federal grants and loans available for those who qualify. Approved for VA Training.

Cleveland Institute of Dental-Medical Assistants, Inc. Day or Evening Classes

Every Saturday 9am - 1pm Old Pierpont School, Rt. 7, Pierpont, OH

CHECK OUT THE JOBS IN THE

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Specializing In Custom Kitchen Cabinets Noah Yoder

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PITCHBACK AND 20 INCH blue boys’ bike, $25 each. (440) 5768792.

Quality Craftsmanship

121 DOGS MINI AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS, min. blue heeler, long haired Chihuahua, puggles, toy poodles, Pomeranians $150 and up, cash (440) 522-0731.

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WRITE OR CALL (440) 257-5524 or (440) 946-9530 5733 HOPKINS RD., MENTOR, OHIO 44060 (Branch Location) LYNDHURST LOCATION 440-473-6273 E.O.E. 89-10-1242T

MAIN LOCATION - CLEV 216-241-2930

206 TRUCK DRIVING DRIVERS WANTED, $2,000 sign on driver, 43.7 per mile. $7,500 sign on teams, 51.3 per mile. CDL-A HazMat. 1-877-628-3748 www.DriveNCTrans.com. CDL-A DRIVERS. REGIONAL opportunity. 100% owner operator reefer company. $2,000 sign on bonus! Just good folks. Call (855) 258-2001 or visit www. suncocarriers.com.

NOW HIRING Our Care Teams are currently interviewing for the following positions in our home: Activity Assistants Full-time and part-time enthusiastic self starters to provide daily activities full of variety, spontaneity and lots of fun. These positions require occasional weekend and evening commitments. Housekeepers Full-time and part-time positions currently available. Culinary Assistants Part-time dishwashers, prepcooks and wait staff. Complete an application in person Monday thru Friday from 8:00am-4:00pm.

Rolling Fields Eldercare Community

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DRIVER CDL-A. EXPERIENCED OTR drivers. Up to $3,000 bonus! Up to .39c per mile. (888) 4633962, 6 mo. OTR exp and CDL required. www.usatruck.jobs.

OFFERING EVERY ADVANTAGE to drivers! Top miles and great pay! Brand new equipment. Van and flatbed divisions. $500 sign on for flatbed. CDL-A, 6 mo. OTR (888) 801-5295.

ATTENTION TANKER INDEPENDENT contractors! Great equipment! No money down, no credit check. Guaranteed to earn $115K per 100,000 miles. HHG. Fuel surcharge and great benefits. (800) 277-0212 www.primeinc.com.

YOU GOT THE drive, we have the direction. OTR drivers APU equipped Pre Pass EZ Pass. Pets/passenger policy. Newer equipment. 100% no touch. 1800-528-7825.

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REACH 2 MILLION NEWSPAPER READERS with one ad placement. ONLY $295.00. Ohio’s best community newspapers. Call Kathy at AdOhio Statewide Classified Network, (614) 486-6677 or Email at kmccutcheon@adohio.net or check out our website at www.adohio.net.

AMISH GIRLS LOOKING for house cleaning jobs, experienced with references available. Ask for Sara (440) 437-1078.

REACH OVER 1 MILLION OHIO ADULTS with one ad placement. Only $975.00. Ask your local newspaper about our 2x2 Display Network or call Kathy at (614) 486-6677 or Email kmccutcheon@adohio.net or check out our website www. adohio.net. JAN’S NOTARY. FOR all your notary needs. Weekday appointments call (814) 756-4133. Evening or weekend appointments call (814) 774-8418.

TRACTOR REPAIR. FULL-service tractor repair. Best rate in Northwest PA. We buy tractors. (814) 438-9446.

OFFERING PAINTING AND wall covering services. Edinboro area. Insured with 25 years experience. Rick Edwards (814) 398-1796.

BANKRUPTCY CHAPTERS 7-13 Chapter 7 $395*

No Upfront Chapter 13 Attorney Fees** STOP: Foreclosures,

Garnishments, Executions, Attachments & Harassment WE CAN: Strip-off judgement liens & junior mortgages **In Appropriate Cases

Free Initial Visit Jefferson & Paineville, Ohio Offices

440.632.0555 or 1.800.238.6461

1-800-924-7403

www.cablawonline.com

to cover government meetings, school events and community events for Lake County. Evening and day assignments available. Must have own camera. Please email resume and writing samples to tribune@gazettenews.com.

*Minimum **In appropriate cases Fed. Designated Debt Relief Agency

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AMISH CREW CONSTRUCTION, will build ANY SIZE building or roof or remodeling. Fast and reasonable. Call (814) 922-7215.

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(440) 474-2929

CLASSIFIED SPECIAL! PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD IN FRONT OF OVER 37,000 READERS...

lake city homes *Classified Ads

Deadline Monday 5:00 p.m.

Must Be Pre-Paid NO CASH REFUNDS ON CANCELLED ADS

ALL FOR ONE LOW PRICE!

ANDOVER, OH P.O. Box 458, Public Sq.

293-6097 ALBION, PA 16 Market St.

814-756-4133

FREE LIST OF hunting land bargains in West Virginia. 100 acres and up. Loaded with wildlife. Lots of timber. Great investment. www.timberbargains.com. COZY CABIN ON 5 acres. $19,995. Beautiful woodlands. Our best deal ever! Call (800) 229-7843 or visit www.landandcamps.com. FREE LIST OF hunting land bargains in West Virginia. 100 acres and up. Loaded with wildlife. Lots of timber. Great investment. www.timberbargains.com.

423 APARTMENTS JEFFERSON ONE AND TWO BEDROOM apartments with washer and dryer hookups. VERY CLEAN! New schools K-12. Starting at $495.00 plus security. Call (440) 812-2020. DUPLEX FOR RENT in Cranesville. 2 bdrm, references, security deposit, lease. Call (814) 756-3576. ALBION, 1ST AVENUE, first floor, 2 bdrm completely remodeled, appliances, laundry hook ups, trash pick included. $450 per month plus utilities and security deposit. (814) 572-4954.

Equal Housing Opportunity All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, and the Ohio Fair Housing Law, which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” This applies to all real estate sold, rented or leased, whether by owner himself or through an agent. There are no exceptions under this law.

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OCEAN CITY, MARYLAND. Best selection of affordable rentals. Full/ partial weeks. Call for FREE brochure. Open daily. Holiday Real Estate. 1-800-638-2102 Online reservations www.holidayoc.com.

This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law.

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WATERFRONT CONDO LIQUIDATION! SW Florida coast! Brand new, upscale 2 bdrm, 2 bath, 1,675 sq ft condo. Only $179,900! Similar unit sold for $399,900. Prime downtown location on the water! Call now (877) 888-7571 x30.

404 VACATION PROPERTIES

Paying Cash in Advance for Your Standing Timber Taking Care of The World’s Only Renewable Resource is Our Business

Part-Time Writers

402 CONDOS/TOWNHOUSES

310 FINANCIAL PLANNING

BUYERS OF STANDING TIMBER, LAND & LOGS

OWNER OPERATORS AND small fleets, earn over $2.00 per mile! Up to $1,000 sign on bonus! Average fuel network savings of $.43 per gal. (877) 277-8756. www.JoinMalone.com.

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301 CHILD CARE

9446 Bundysburg Rd., Middlefield, Ohio 44062 20 Years in Forestry • Ohio Master Logging Company Seller of Quality Kiln-Dried Lumber

TOP PAY ON excellent runs! Marten just raised pay rates! Regional runs, steady miles, frequent home time, new equipment. CDL-A, 6 mo. experience required. EEOE, AAP (866) 322-4039 www. Drive4Marten.com.

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FORECLOSED!!! NEW FLORIDA condo! Only $179,900! Similar unit sold for $477K. Luxurious, new 1,700 sq ft, 2 bdrm, 2 bath condo with study in St. Augustine. Walk to clubhouse, 18 hole golf course, swim and fitness center, lighted tennis courts, 10-acre athletic park, underground parking garage, more. Must see! Call now (866) 952-5346 x82.

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DRIVERS CDL TRAINING. Career Central. No money down CDL training. Work for us or let us work for you! Unbeatable career opportunities. Trainee, company driver, lease operator earn up to $54K. Lease trainers earn up to $80K. (877) 369-7209 www.centraltruckdrivingjobs.net.

GREAT PAY AND home time! $1,500 sign on! No touch freight. Monthly safety bonus. 2 yrs TT exp. Class A CDL. Call Tabitha today. (314) 817-3120. www.hogan1.com.

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WANTED EXPERIENCED, SOLO, team drivers for dedicated runs with good home time. Need CDL-A, live within 100 mile radius of Wauseon, Ohio. For information 1-800-6214878.

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DRIVER, CDL-A. EXPERIENCED OTR drivers. Regional lanes. HOME MOST WEEKENDS! Up to $3,000 bonus. Up to $.50 per mile. (888) 463-3962. 6 mo. OTR exp and CDL required. www.usatruck.jobs.

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LOOKING FOR MILES? We’ve got ‘em! Great runs with great equipment. Competitive pay and benefits. Van and flatbed divisions. $500 sign on for flatbed. CDL-A, 6 mo. OTR (888) 801-5295.

OWNER OPERATORS AND small fleet. Earn over $2.00 per mile! Up to $1,000 sign on bonus. Average fuel network savings of .43c per gallon. 1-877-277-8756. www.JoinMalone.com.

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600 AUTO & VEHICLES

MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES FOR rent when available. Call us to find out when the next one will be available. References and security deposit required. Albion Mobile Homes, phone (814) 756-3357.

DONATE VEHICLE. RECEIVE $1,000 grocery coupons. National Animal Welfare Foundation. Support No-Kill shelters. Help homeless pets. Free towing. Tax deductible. Non-runners accepted. 1-866-912-GIVE.

MOBILE HOME FOR rent in Cranesville. Security deposit, lease and references. Phone (814) 756-3576.

610 RV/MOTOR HOMES

RECENTLY RENOVATED 2 bdrm mobile home for rent in Albion. Nice country setting with large lot. References required. Call (814) 756-4971 for more information.

2010 PUMA TRAVEL trailer, lite 32 ft, 2 slideouts, air, awning, king bed. Must sell. $17,800. Will deliver. Cortland, OH (863) 660-8539.

505 FARM MACHINERY

2006 GULF STREAM CAVALIER travel trailers. 8 ft x 32 ft, stove, microwave, refrigerator, furnace and air conditioner. Great buy! $4,495 1-800-686-1763. www. williamsburgsquare.com.

MASSEY FERGUSON 2-bottom plow, MF 3-pt pickup disc, Perry, Ohio (440) 259-5743.

600 AUTO & VEHICLES

MODEL CLOSEOUT. NEW sectional home, island kitchen, patio door, 6 ft walls, thermo windows and computer desk. Free set up and air conditioning. Discounted $15,856. Only $44,970. 1-800-686-1763. www.williamsburgsquare.com.

2000 AUDI A6 for sale. $4,500 OBO, all wheel drive, full loaded, 180,000 miles, black. Call Janis Brown (440) 964-2454. TOP DOLLAR for junk and unwanted vehicles. Cash paid. Call Bill anytime (814) 587-0070.

650 AUTO REPAIR

AAAA DONATION. DONATE your car, boat, or real estate. IRS tax deductible. Free pickup/tow. Any model, condition. Help underprivileged children outreach center. 1-800-597-8311.

GOOD USED TIRES Installed, Mounted & Balanced

New & Used Auto Parts

County Line Auto Wrecking 2888 North County Line Rd. Geneva, Ohio

440-466-5000

NEED PARTS?

★ NEW RADIATORS ★ NEW BODY PARTS ★ NEW GAS TANKS ★ WE BUY WRECKED & JUNK VEHICLES

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-ALSO- LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD USED PARTS

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over 100 high-quality preowned cars, trucks, vans & suvs all marked down below true book value and all guaranteed to pass pa inspection! 08 CHEVY 08 04 03 CHEVY 01 CHEVY 04 CHEVY 05 CHEVY 07 GMC 07 CHEVY 07 CHEVY manager’s PONTIAC CHRYSLER SILVERADO S10 LS SILVERADO SILVERADO TRAILBLAZER 1500 4X4 AVEO COBALT G6 CONCORDE 1500 XTREME EXT CAB 1500 EXT 4X4 special 1500 CAB 4X4 7861V

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ALWAYS WEAR YOUR SEATBELT. All prices/offers valid as of 8/22/11 and are subject to change. All rebates plus adjustments will be passed on to the customer. Pictures for illustration purposes only; actual sale vehicle may differ in color and/or style. Minimum monthly income of $950, valid driver’s license, severity of credit may affect down payment and APR for guaranteed credit approval. Negative equity applied to new loan balance. Residency restrictions apply to all rebates. See dealer for complete details. All prices are plus tax, title, license. Prior sales excluded. *Powertrain Warranty through National Warranty Administration Network Non-Factory. Excludes vehicles with over 100,000 miles. Lease for 39 mos. with your approved credit. 12,000 miles per year. $1,500 due at lease signing, plus tax, title and fees. Total amount due at lease inception; $2,425 on Cruze, $2,925 on Silverado 1500, $2,650 on Regal, $2,925 on Enclave. See dealer for complete details. Ad valid through 8/29/11.

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