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attended a reception for the Sylvania Schools Athletic Foundation on Aug. 16, and my interactions there confirmed the impressions left by our Aug. 14 cover story, “Roaring in Sylvania” — these cougars and wildcats have teeth behind their roars. The Foundation is on a cutting-edge quest for $6.5 million to remake (and considerably raise the bar at) athletic facilities at Sylvania Northview and Sylvania Southview high schools and Arbor Hills, McCord and Timberstone junior high schools. The Foundation has seemingly made every right move in its drive for new facilities for the 8,000 Sylvania students. Most importantly, it is seeking private money, not taxpayer funds. Superintendant Brad Rieger has assembled an outstanding team, including but not limited to board Chairman John Ross, business leaders Jim Findlay and Rick Stansley and Executive Director Jeanette Hrovatich. It has connected with community leaders such as Mud Hens GenThomas F. POUNDS eral Manager Joe Napoli, Keith Walker of Walker Funeral Homes and Doug Kearns, group general manager at Yark Automotive Group. The plan, as reported by Toledo Free Press Staff Writer Zach Davis: “Northview will add new field turf (for football and soccer), bleachers (for baseball, football and soccer) and field lights (for baseball and football). The school will also add an eight-lane, all-weather track-and-field events area, a ticket booth and a facility for concessions and restrooms. “Southview will add new field turf, bleachers, home stands and a press box for the football field, as well as portable stands for the band and a facility for concessions and restrooms. Southview also will add new bleachers for baseball and softball and additional soccer seating. “Northview and Southview will also add 32-foot scoreboards, which include a 10-foot-by-17-foot video screen and five different spaces to sell advertisements. “Arbor Hills and McCord will have their football fields upgraded to include irrigation and drainage as well as lights, an electronic scoreboard, a press box and an eight-lane track. Timberstone will receive mounding and screening for wind protection and fencing.” The board’s foresight to assemble an advancement council, its attention to women’s sports with the “Girls with Goal” program and its plan to open the facilities to other local institutions all speak to a wellplanned, tremendously organized effort. An upcoming promotion with Sylvania auto dealers demonstrates support in the community. Toledo Free Press commends the organizers for their efforts and will cover the campaign as it progresses. Visit www.SupportSylvaniaAthletics.com for more information. ✯ Thomas F. Pounds is president and publisher of Toledo Free Press and Toledo Free Press Star. Contact him at tpounds@toledofreepress.com.

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cartoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down. In a late season two episode, “Brain Drain,” the series hit a Animation is a tremendous vehicle for subversion, social satire peak that culminated in a hip-hop song, “There’s as anyone familiar with the work of the Warner Bros a Platypus Controlling Me,” that takes teen angst, mistrust of The Establishment and alienation and jams them into the “Looney Tunes” series can confirm. Social satire concerning class disparity, politicians and catchiest rap song this side of a Jay-Z single. After a typically convoluted battle, Agent P the platypus the government, race and all facets of society are fair game and Doofenshmirtz tumble down a junkyard in the land of big-eyed, exaggerated carhill. Doofenshmirtz’s hands land in a barrel of toons. It’s true in forums as wildly disparate discarded glue and he somersaults to a twoas newspaper editorial cartoons and televiturntable DJ stand, where his hands stick sion series such as “Family Guy.” to the records (YouTube it at www.youtube. “The Simpsons” are the modern origin com/watch?v=nDtzUymj3Ic). The junkyard point for such commentary; Homer, Marge happens to be hosting a rave, and Doofenshand company have explored issues such as almirtz’s emo daughter is in the crowd (Giving coholism, care for the elderly and American the hapless Doofenshmirtz an ex-wife and consumerism in ways that never would have teen daughter is one of the series’ genius passed network TV censors on live-action touches). The ravers begin to boo and throw shows. “South Park” and its ilk have pushed satire to the edge of its ability to shock, but Michael S. MILLER things at Doofenshmirtz, until Agent P takes the format still has the power to surprise, especially when a pity on him and uses a mind-control helmet (don’t ask) to push Doofenshmirtz into a rap about being controlled by a message pops up in an unexpected place. The Disney Channel series “Phineas and Ferb” is un- platypus (“I got records on my fingers! I got records on my apologetically surreal and one of the more entertaining fingers and I just can’t stop!”) The puzzled kids begin to animated shows an adult can sit through with its intended move to the music, listening to Doofenshmirtz rant about the audience of 5 to 14 year olds. It doesn’t often offer any deep hidden platypus, when one of the crowd stops and says, “I get particular social messages outside of its characters’ racial it! ‘Platypus’ is a metaphor for whatever is keeping you down.” The teens then chant a litany of what they believe is harmony, but an episode that recently aired jammed in keeping them down, and while the show’s writers are having enough commentary for a whole season. The titular characters, Phineas and his stepbrother Ferb, fun, the delivery and performances are smart enough to are — I’m guessing — about 10 years old. The entire series create a real moment of anti-authority protest: revolves around their efforts to make the most of summer “Corporations are a platypus/The government’s a platypus vacations by embarking on outlandish backyard adventures Your teacher is a platypus/Society’s a platypus that include impossible feats of engineering and physics. In My parents are a platypus/The media’s a platypus one episode, the boys build a full-scale roller coaster that It’s all just propaganda/We all got a platypus controlling us!” Eventually, Agent P slips away, Doofenshmirtz sees he would shame Cedar Point’s best efforts. In another, they travel to the moon with cows because they believe zero- is gone, and his triumphant cries of “There’s no platypus gravity milk will make the best ice cream. During each epi- controlling me!” inspire the crowd and even win over sode (there are two per half-hour), the boys’ mid-teen sister his estranged daughter. It’s a scene only animation could Candace attempts to bust them by dragging their mom to properly convey with a mix of tongue-in-cheek humor and the backyard, but invariably, the boys’ schemes and inven- heart-attack-serious subversion. It’s not Pete Seeger or Bob Dylan-level protest, but on a tions have disappeared before they can get in trouble. Phineas and Ferb have a cadre of friends who aid their show (and network) not known for subversive social satire, plans, including Isabella Garcia-Shapiro, a neighbor from it’s a great moment that is being absorbed by 4 million young a “Mexican Jewish” family who leads the Girl Scoutesque viewers each time it plays. That the moment is generic, Fireside Girls and harbors a crush on Phineas. Isabella, who broadstroke and silly fits the mood of a nation that lacks the is rumored to be the subject of a possible spin-off show, is interest in making an effort to pursue real hope and change. But substitute the intensification of “platypus” with sweetly voiced by Toledo native Alyson Stoner. Oh, and the boys’ pet, Perry the platypus, is a se- “lemming,” and you strike closer to the truth of modern cret agent who battles an evil scientist named Dr. Heinz American life than even the minds behind “Phineas and Ferb” intentionally could achieve. 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here are days I wake up and think, “What next?” That sinking feeling that you are swimming upstream, forever fighting the currents of modern times is not new. Whether it is the latest news report of acts of terrorism abroad, or the efforts of some to fundamentally change that which you know to be true and honorable, the resulting feeling is familiar. The prophet Jeremiah wrote the Old Testament book of Lamentations while witnessing the conquest of the Jewish people and his home city of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar. The original Hebrew lists the title of this book as “Ah, how” or “Alas,” indicating Jeremiah’s resignation to this fundamental change. In the translation to Greek the title changes to “Wailings.” Whatever the language, the meaning is the same — the fear of loss. Lost freedom. Lost heritage. Lost principles. Jeremiah clearly was “wailing” at the loss of his city, his people, his heritage, but he sought and found comfort in his faith. He clearly identified the suffering as a direct result of the faults of himself and his people, “My sins have been bound into a yoke ... they have been hung on my neck.” Yet he turned to the Lord as his source of strength and endurance. “The Lord is good to those whose hope is in him ... ” This belief and thought is not limited to biblical times or lands. During the founding years of our country, many leaders valued these same lamentations. In 1774, as the first Continental Congress gathered, they called for an opening prayer. “O Lord our Heavenly Father ... we beseech Thee, on these our American States, who have fled to Thee from the rod of our oppressor ... desiring to be henceforth dependent only on Thee. Be Thou present ... and direct the councils of this honorable assembly ... ” Fast-forward a few years, after a bloody war with the world’s most formidable army, and our own Declaration of Independence concludes “With firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence.” Thomas Jefferson, to whom some attribute atheist beliefs, said, “I tremble for my country when I reflect that

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God is just, that his justice cannot sleep forever.” Jefferson further echoed the thoughts of Jeremiah when he noted “The God who gave us life, gave us liberty at the same time. The hand of force may destroy, but cannot disjoin them.” Jefferson saw in the efforts of a British tyrant an attempt to separate us from our freedom by separating us from God. He was not alone. Patrick Henry in a passionate speech to his fellow Virginians said, “It is when people forget God that tyrants forge their chains.” Benjamin Franklin in Pennsylvania warned, “Man will ultimately be governed by God or by tyrants.” John Adams stated, “It must be felt that there is no national security but in the nation’s humble acknowledged dependence upon God and His overruling providence.” Abraham Lincoln during the depths of the American Civil War turned not to his party, his generals or his constituents, but to God. “I know that the Lord is always on the side of the right. But it is my constant anxiety and prayer that I and this nation should be on the Lord’s side.” Lin-

C.S. Lewis noted, “You don’t have a soul, you are a soul. You have a body.” We must again find that soul within us and return to the innate principles hardwired into our very being, and turn not to a state made of fallen people, but return to that which has blessed us for so long.” coln continued, directly attributing the scars of war to a loss of faith, “But we have forgotten God. We have forgotten the gracious hand which pre-

served us in peace, and multiplied and enriched and strengthened us; and we have vainly imagined, in the deceitfulness of our hearts, that all those blessings were produced by some superior wisdom and virtue of our own.” Early in the 20th century, President Calvin Coolidge and the country faced a continuing recession such as we do today. Coolidge not only worked to limit the size and scope of government, but he also sought to return America to that which made her great, her spiritual core. “We do not need more intellectual power, we need more spiritual power. We do not need more of the things that are seen, we need more of the things that are unseen.” In the news of today, British Prime Minister David Cameron commented on the London riots. “Do we have the determination to confront the slowmotion moral collapse that has taken place in parts of our country these past few generations? In this risk-free ground of moral neutrality, there are no bad choices, just different lifestyles. ‘Live and let live’ becomes ‘Do what

you please.’” While the excuses of financial depression are soffered on the streets, Cameron points to the true cause, his countrymen’s loss of soul. Noted author and theologian C.S. Lewis noted, “You don’t have a soul, you are a soul. You have a body.” We must again find that soul within us and return to the innate principles hardwired into our very being, and turn not to a state made of fallen people, but return to that which has blessed us for so long. The final book of the Christian Bible is Revelation. The Prophet Jeremiah was witnessing the revelation of the actions of man in his lamentations. Where Jeremiah provided a hope, Revelation provides a warning. “Remember therefore from where you have fallen; repent and do first works, or else I will come to you quickly and remove the lamp from its place.” Without our lamp to guide the way, we will fail to be that shining city upon the hill, and instead tumble into darkness.✯ Email Robert Densic at letters@toledo freepress.com.


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Lourdes College will transition to Lourdes University on Aug. 19, three days prior to the beginning of the 2011 academic year. The change is part of a seven-year plan that began in 2008 to improve the Lourdes experience. “With graduate programs and athletics, when you think of a university you expect to see those things,” Lourdes President Robert Helmer said Aug. 17. “Since Lourdes has those I think it’s important that our name reflects accurately who we are. University is the right name for us.” Among the additions Lourdes has developed to more precisely fit its university designation are graduate programs, athletics and residence halls. Lourdes University will offer eight graduate programs including business, liberal arts and nurse anesthesia. The school has 300 students enrolled in 2011 to get master’s degrees and received seven federal grants totaling $2 million this summer for its nursing program.

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Athletics In athletics, Lourdes added men’s basketball along with women’s volleyball and golf last year. They brought in baseball, men’s volleyball and women’s basketball this year and are planning to add softball in 2012. “We have brought in intercollegiate athletics to campus,” Helmer said. “Athletics just bring spirit and pride that is hard to replicate elsewhere.” Lourdes is also planning a new athletic facility which will break ground at some point in 2012. It will house the school’s basketball and volleyball teams and include a workout and training facility and athletic offices. The first two residence halls appeared last year for students of Lourdes and more are following. The school now has five buildings housing about 200 residents from around the U.S., including Alaska, California, Connecticut, Florida and Puerto Rico. Growth at Lourdes has led to record enrollment for the past seven years, which has helped plans to expand more quickly. In fact, the residence halls were originally scheduled to be built in 2012 but the process

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began last year with the school being “1-2 years ahead of schedule.”

Competing Despite now being labeled as a university, Lourdes still differs greatly from its neighboring institutions in Toledo and Bowling Green. “I think we compete very well,” Helmer said. “We each have a niche to play. A student who is going to thrive at UT might not do so well at Lourdes and a student who thrives at Lourdes might feel lost at UT.” Among the differences is the student population where Lourdes has installed a self-imposed cap of 3,000 students enrolled at the university. There are no classrooms with occupancies greater than 40 on campus and lecture halls are nonexistent. This creates a more personal environment for students to learn.

“The student that is going to do really well at Lourdes University is the student that wants to belong to a caring community,” Helmer said. “If you want to be anonymous and be able to skip class and have your professor not notice then we are probably not the place for you. Here, the faculty member will notice and might call you at home and say ‘Is everything okay?’ That’s the niche we play.” As for the self-imposed cap of 3,000 students, Helmer said that there are no plans to expand it “in the forseeable future.” “As we have grown and become more comprehensive the one thing I have always heard from faculty and staff is that we can’t grow so big that we lose the personal touch,” Helmer said. “The niche that Lourdes has is that we are an incredibly caring envi-

ronment where a student’s particular needs are met. We have said 3,000 is a good size and that’s our number.” Helmer also prides Lourdes on its tuition, claiming the school’s average of around $16,000 a year is among “the bottom few in the state of Ohio.” “That’s far below the state average,” Helmer said. “We have done our part to be affordable and I think that shows in the number of students that we are recruiting and attracting.” Another recent addition at Lourdes is a new dining hall which features a ‘Grab and Go’ station as well as a dining room with a station for sandwiches, a salad bar, traditional American food, ethnic cuisine, a wood-burning pizza oven and ice cream.

Good neighbors With the recent announcement by the Sylvania Schools Athletic

Foundation that they are planning on raising $6.5 million for new athletic facilities, Lourdes is open to a future partnership that would provide the university with a home for its athletics. Helmer said both sides have a meeting in the coming weeks to discuss the possibility. “We are good neighbors with Sylvania Schools,” Helmer said. “We both have a commitment that if there are any opportunities we will partner. We are open to it as we both continue to grow.” Among the sports Lourdes would have interest in playing at Sylvania’s facilities would include new sports soccer and possibly even football. “If we were ever going to have football then Northview could use the stadium on Fridays and we could use the stadium on Saturdays,” Helmer said. “It would make sense.” ✯


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Lourdes University is scheduled to open its new dining facility before school resumes Aug. 22. The $3.8 million project includes a 9,500-square-foot addition to McAlear Hall seating 175 in the dining hall, a full-service gourmet kitchen, a food court with various cuisines, a la carte stations, an outdoor dining patio and a lounge with a wide-screen television. The facility will serve the 2,600 undergraduate and graduate students and 250 faculty and staff members on the campus in Sylvania. “Our goal was to have a food service center to serve the needs of our growing number of students living in

dorms, along with our other students, faculty and staff as the primary dining facility on campus,” said Mike Killian, vice president for finance and administration at Lourdes. The number of students living on the university’s campus this fall will double from 100 to 200 with the opening of a new residence hall, Killian said. Helmer was personally involved in the selection of two features — a wood-burning pizza oven and a softserve ice cream machine. The dining center will be open for a la carte service from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. with breakfast, lunch and dinner menus served during those hours. Rudolph/Libbe of Walbridge served as the general contractor for the construction for the dining facility. ✯

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Christine Kovacs can realize her dream of becoming a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist without having to spend too much time away from her husband and three children thanks to the recent accreditation of the Master of Science in Nursing: Nurse Anesthesia Program (MSN: NAP) at Lourdes University. “It means I get to see my children every day,” Kovacs said. “It means I get to put them to bed at night, have dinner with them and tuck them in. It means I can still be part of the family while I take this challenge of going through this program.” Kovacs’ time with her family will be limited since students put in 60-80 hours per week into the program. “My mother is driving three hours every week to stay with us for three days to keep the homefront secure because my husband will be taking care of business,” she said. “We can’t work [while in the program], so it’s some additional stress. There will be a lot of sacrifice on everybody’s part in the family.” Kovacs and 11 other students are starting the program Aug. 22. The financial sacrifice will be lessened as she is one of four students receiving a scholarship. “When we got the phone call, I didn’t think it was real,” she said. “Just getting into the program is a tremendous honor. To have people seeking you out to help you is phenomenal. It’s going to make a huge difference.” ProMedica Flower Hospital, through the McKesson Memorial Fund, is donating $1 million to

Lourdes University during a 10-year period for the MSN: NAP. “We could not do what we do without the support of the hospital systems here in Northwest Ohio, ProMedica being the main one,” said Robert Helmer, president of Lourdes University. “We place our students in clinical settings, they are trained by the nurses and doctors of ProMedica, and at the end of the program when they graduate with a Lourdes degree, they are prepared to enter the work force.” Approximately 80 percent of the funding will go to students who demonstrate need and academic merit. The other 20 percent will go toward the creation of a lecture series, continuing education in the field of anesthesia, staff development and direct support for the training program. “One of the things we felt strongly about in our partnership with Lourdes is we wanted to make sure we could help students, not just today but future students,” said Alan Sattler, president of Flower Hospital. “That’s why 80 percent of our gift is going to go to the endowed scholarship fund.” Another student receiving the scholarship is Sheri Myers, who works at Blanchard Valley Hospital and has been a registered nurse for five years. Myers will commute from Carey, Ohio for the program. “I’m very excited and honored to be in this program, let alone chosen as a scholarship recipient,” Myers said. “It is an immense help. It will be a very big financial struggle, so any type of assistance is greatly appreciated.” Myers jumped at the opportunity to apply to a program so close to home. The MSN: NAP at Lourdes University is the only program of its

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Amy Radecki, 23, and her mother Lynne Carroll, of Toledo, are extremely grateful to Dr. Bernardo Martinez and others at St. Luke’s Hospital for their help during Amy’s recent medical emergency. After school ended in May, Radecki and a group of her friends embarked on a cross-country road trip that took them to the Northwest, down to California, through Texas to Florida and home. Upon arriving home in late June, Radecki was experiencing pain in her neck and shoulder. Her mother noticed her left arm was swollen. Thinking her daughter may have been bitten by a spider, Carroll took her to see their family doctor, Dr. Rex Figy at St. Luke’s. “Dr. Figy took one look at Amy’s arm and ran out of the room, ordered a Doppler and found blood clots in her left arm,” Carroll said. “Amy was admitted to ICU on blood-thinning medication.”

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Martinez said. At age 52, he went to Stanford University in 1997 to study the use of robotics for noninvasive surgeries. He began using robotics in surgery during his one year of study there. He came back to Toledo to serve as director of minimal invasive surgery at Mercy St. Vincent Hospital from 1998 to 2008. He said they created a unique center for robotic surgery after bring robotics there in November 2002. “My idea or design was to use a Circon micro video camera with the endoscope for the endovascular surgery which I’ve used on 60 patients during the first two years,â€? he said. Martinez made a presentation about the endovascular surgery with robotics to the residents and staff at the Arbors at Sylvania Subacute & Rehabilitation Center, where Carroll works, Aug. 17. He will perform the surgery on Radecki’s right arm Aug. 22 at The Toledo Hospital. âœŻ

“We didn’t discover the wheel but made the surgery safer for patients,� said Martinez about the use of the daVinci robotics equipment that allows more freedom of movement for the surgeon. “The robot becomes an extension of the surgeon’s hands,� he said. Martinez reported that he has performed 200 surgeries with the daVinci equipment since 2003 with no fatalities, nerve damage or recalls. Martinez came to the U.S. in 1970 with his medical degree from the National University of Cuyo in Mendoza, Argentina. Martinez said he became a student of noninvasive surgery while practicing at The Cleveland Clinic. He wanted to know more about the noninvasive surgery so he continued to study it after coming to Toledo in 1978. “The technology for robotics blossomed from 1985 to 1995,� 

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In Tim Beckman’s third year at Toledo, the Rockets Head Coach has already put Toledo back on top the Mid-American Conference — at least in the preseason, anyway. After three straight losing seasons under former UT Head Coach Tom Amstutz, including a 3-9 record in 2008, Beckman led Toledo to a near bowl berth in 2009 at 5-7. Last season, the Rockets finished 8-5, including a 7-1 record in conference play, on their way to the school’s first bowl game since 2005, which it lost 34-32 to FIU. With the steady improvement and the league’s top-rated recruiting class by Rivals. com over the past two years, expectations have risen so much that UT was chosen as the conference’s pick to win BECKMAN the MAC Championship over both teams that played in the game in 2010. Voted on by members of the league’s media contingent, the Rockets (five votes) edged out last year’s champion Miami (Ohio) and runner-up Northern Illinois, which each had three votes. “I don’t know if the MAC looked at our schedule,” Beckman said. “It’s got to be one of the hardest schedules in the conference. In the MAC, our home schedule is probably very beneficial having people at our place but to me this conference is very balanced. Week in and week out it’s going to be up to anybody. It’s going to be the way you play and the way you take care of your business.” The expectations also earned Beckman a contract extension through 2015. Expectations, however, are often challenging to meet and this season Toledo will be tested right from the beginning. The Rockets open with New Hampshire, which was ranked as the preseason No. 10 team in the FCS on Aug. 15, even getting one first-place vote. Then they travel to Columbus, attempting to be the first team to beat No. 16 Ohio State at home since 1921 (Oberlin won 7-6). They follow up the Buckeyes, last year’s Sugar Bowl Champions, with a home game against No. 7 Boise State. The Broncos finished 12-1 last year, including a 57-14 win over UT in Idaho, and were

winners of the Las Vegas Bowl. Toledo then travels to yet another bowl winner in the fourth week of the season with 2010’s reigning Pinstripe Bowl Champion Syracuse. “We are excited to have that opportunity and I think it speaks highly for Toledo football,” Beckman said. “When you come and decide to be a Toledo Rocket, you are going to play against the best of the best.”

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Rockets expectations soaring in 2011 Offense Just as in the 2010 season, the competition for the top spot at quarterback remains. Junior Austin Dantin started the first nine games before he broke his collarbone and sternum while also separating his shoulder against Eastern Michigan, ending his season. As for 2011, it is still Dantin’s job to lose. Beckman told Toledo Free Press that Dantin holds a ‘slight edge’ over sophomore Terrance Owens. Dantin led the MAC in completion percentage (66.1 percent) passing for 1,254 yards with seven touchdowns. He also finished second on the team with 103 carries for 442 yards and tied for the team-high with eight rushing touchdowns. Dantin, however, did at times struggle to test opponents deep and turned the ball over too often, throwing eight interceptions. Owens played in seven games in 2010 passing for 1,244 yards with 13 touchdowns and five interceptions. He was 2-2 as a starter with wins over Bowling Green and Central Michigan and losses to Northern Illinois and FIU in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. The southpaw has a much stronger arm than Dantin but still needs to improve his reads and accuracy. With most of the attention still on the signal callers, Toledo has one of the deepest stable of running backs in the conference. Senior Adonis Thomas leads the group and is the league’s top returning rusher. Thomas started slow in 2010, averaging just 62 all-purpose yards per game in the first six games with just one score. In the last seven games, however, Thomas more than doubled his output, racking up more than 156 all-purpose yards per game with nine touchdowns. UT also returns sophomore David Fluellen, who before his knee injury had moments where he looked like the best back on the team, and senior Morgan Williams, who has a 1,000-yard season on his résumé in 2008. ■ ROCKETS CONTINUES ON A14

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A14 ■TOLEDO FREE PRESS ■ ROCKETS CONTINUED FROM A13 At receiver the story remains the same as the search for Eric Page’s sidekick continues. Page, who caught 99 passes last season and is now just 49 short of the school record owned by Stephen Williams, had 81 more catches than the next highest receiver (Kenny Stafford). In fact, the team’s second and third leading receivers were running backs (Thomas, Williams). Stafford returns for his senior season and must make more of an impact in the passing game and cut down on dropped balls. Former four-star prospect James Green enters his sophomore campaign after catching just nine passes in 2010. Starting wideout Julian Bellinger, who played in 12 games last year, caught just six passes. Senior tight end Danny Noble also has the size and speed to be a threat in the passing game. True freshman Justin Olack has impressed in camp and could see playing time as well. Illinois transfer Cordale Scott is among the favorites to start alongside Page. At 6-foot-4, 220 pounds, Scott is the biggest receiver in the lineup and was projected by Stafford in March to finish the season earning All-MAC honors. Among the biggest standouts in camp this year has been Bernard Reedy, who may very well be on his way to starting. The speedy sophomore is similar to Page’s skill set and showed flashes last season. The offensive line lost center Kevin Kowalski and Nate Cole to graduation but should still be solid up front. All-MAC senior Mike VanDerMeulen and classmate John Morookian have started 37 and 35 games at the tackle spots, respectively. Senior Phillipkeith Manley returns at guard after starting all 13 games last season. Sophomore Zac Kerin, who played in 12 games last season spelling Cole, will fit in at guard while redshirt-freshman Greg

Mancz is the preseason favorite to anchor the middle of the line at center.

Defense Typically when a team loses two quality starters in the mold of defensive ends Alex Johnson and Doug Westbrook, that unit is bound to struggle. It’s a testament to the depth of UT that most in the program view the defensive line as a strength this season despite their loss. The line is bolstered by defensive end T.J. Fatinikun, who in two short years has made a name for himself in the conference. Earning Third-Team All-MAC honors in his sophomore season, Fatinikun looks poised to take the next step in 2011. Joining him at the other end spot is former defensive tackle Malcolm Riley. The 6-foot-3, 281 pound senior was quietly one of the best players on last season’s roster and is sliding over to make room for the plethora of talent at the tackle spot, including Johnie Roberts, Johnathan Lamb, Elijah Jones and Danny Farr. Another tackle who is expected to make a run at the starting job is Andre ‘Tank’ Sturdivant, a 6-foot-3, 265 pound true freshman from Cleveland Glenville High School. According to Rivals, Sturdivant was the lone fourstar recruit to join a MAC program. He chose the Rockets over Penn State and Michigan State and had offers from Illinois, Indiana and Ohio State. Linebacker may be the most uncertain position on the Toledo defense as UT is looking for a replacement for Archie Donald, who led the team in tackles the past three seasons. The battle is down to junior Robert Bell and redshirt-freshmen Ray Bush and James Gordon. The other linebacker spot is far from uncertain after the sophomore season Dan Molls had in 2010. Molls finished with 143 tackles, the 10th highest total in the nation. He was

2011 UT Rockets Football schedule âœŻ Sept. 1 New Hampshire âœŻ Sept. 10 Ohio State at Columbus âœŻ Sept. 16 Boise State âœŻ Sept. 24 Syracuse at Syracuse âœŻ Oct. 1 Temple at Philadelphia âœŻ Oct. 8 Eastern Michigan âœŻ Oct. 15 Bowling Green at BGSU âœŻ Oct. 22 Miami âœŻ Nov. 1 Northern Illinois âœŻ Nov. 8 Western Michigan âœŻ Nov. 18 Central Michigan at CMU âœŻ Nov. 25 Ball State at Muncie named Third-Team All-MAC and should be a strong candidate to earn even higher honors this season. At the “starâ€? position (a hybrid between linebacker and safety) senior Charles “Boboâ€? Rancifer will be taking over for his first season in the wake of Isaiah Ballard’s dismissal. Michigan transfer Vladimir Emilien would have been a candidate for the spot but his waiver to play this season was denied by the NCAA. Instead, former cornerback Byron Best will be backing up Rancifer at the spot. In the secondary, Desmond Marrow enters his sixth season at cornerback after receiving two medical redshirts during his career. Marrow returned last season after missing 17 games during a two-year span from a torn ACL and meniscus. He had a successful 2010 season and helped shore up a secondary which struggled in the two years without him. Senior Taikwon Paige will be manning the other corner spot for

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the second straight season. Behind Marrow and Paige, however, is more uncertain with Best moving to the ‘star.’ Among his most impressive freshmen through spring, Beckman named a trio of corners including Kishon Wilcher, Keith Suggs and John James. He also said that Toledo native Cheatham Norrils will play in his freshman season. Freshman Chris Dukes and senior Anthony Washington also have a shot at playing time. At the safety spots, the Rockets have four solid contributors. Junior Jermaine Robinson and senior Diauntae Morrow split time at strong safety while senior Mark Singer and sophomore Ross Madison are at free safety.

At punter, it’s no secret that Beckman is looking for more consistency. Toledo finished 117 out of 120 teams in net punting average last year (31.72 yards per punt) with Vince Penza and Claus sharing the duties. Surprisingly enough, that was actually an improvement from 2009, when UT finished last in the nation with 28.68 yards per punt with Claus as the main punter. As of now, Penza is leading the race for the job, competing with freshmen James Datz from Granville and Iowa native Jake Dunbar, who can punt with both legs. At long snapper, sophomore Matt Wall is leading the race against senior Colin McHugh.

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Special teams is really an area of highs and lows for the Rockets. Page will return at kick and punt returner where he was named an All-American in 2010. However, Ballard’s dismissal opens up the other returner spot where Reedy will be the favorite. Fluellen, Thomas and Williams also are candidates for the second returner spots. At kicker, Ryan Casano has returned and is “100 percent� after suffering a season-ending ACL tear last year. He and freshman Jeremiah Detmer are in the lead for the starting job. Detmer was rated as the No. 4 kicking recruit by Rivals. Also competing will be Bill Claus, who replaced Casano last year, as well as redshirtfreshman Clay Simpkins. Detmer also is an early favorite to take the kickoff job after kicking a ball out of the endzone in a scrimmage Aug. 13, the first time Beckman has seen that happen in three years at UT.

For the first time in a long time, Toledo has all the pieces to rightfully be named favorites for the conference. This team has as good of individual talent as any team in the league but the challenge will be playing as a unit, which was a problem last season, particularly on defense. The Rockets have as tough of an early schedule as anyone in the country and it’s important that regardless of the outcome they do not get too high or low from those games. Beating Ohio State or Boise State is attentiongrabbing, but in the grand scheme has no impact on MAC play. If Toledo can put it together, there’s no reason to think it can’t head to the MAC Championship game, especially with three of its toughest opponents (Miami, Northern Illinois, Western Michigan) traveling to the Glass Bowl. If it can, UT may be hoisting its first league title since 2004. âœŻ

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Dantin has ‘slight edge’ in Rockets QB battle By Zach Davis TOLEDO FREE PRESS STAFF WRITER zdavis@toledofreepress.com

In 2010, Austin Dantin beat all competitors on his way to winning the starting quarterback job for Toledo. This season, he’s on pace to do it again. UT Head Coach Tim Beckman told Toledo Free Press that Dantin has a “slight edge” over sophomore Terrance Owens in the battle to be named the Rockets signal caller. “They both can play,” Beckman said. “I think they are both playing extremely well but I would give a slight edge at this time to Austin.” Beckman also said that his policy is a player cannot lose his spot due to injury and that Owens would have to outperform Dantin in camp for the starting role. “It’s a good feeling but at the same time I know that I have to come out here and prove myself regardless, year in and year out,” Dantin said. “That’s why we practice.” “It would motivate me but at the same time I would be a little bit frustrated,” said Owens of the possibility

of backing up Dantin. “At the same time though we have one goal and that’s to win, so I know that whatever the coach’s decision is I know it will be a good decision.” While the question of who will start the Sept. 1 opener against No. 10 FCS-ranked New Hampshire remains in doubt, it is likely that both players will receive playing time with a chance to prove themselves on the field. The Rockets took a similar strategy into last season’s Boise State game. “We have got two very good quarterbacks that deserve to play so I want to see how they respond,” Beckman said. “We are facing some pretty good opponents so they will get thrown into the fire and we will see how they respond.” Dantin started the first nine games of the season in 2010 before his season ended after suffering a broken collarbone and sternum as well as a separated shoulder against Eastern Michigan. The injury occurred just one week prior to the matchup of league unbeatens when UT traveled to Northern Illinois. The Huskies won 65-30 and represented the Mid-American Confer-

We have got two very good quarterbacks that deserve to play so I want to see how they respond. We are facing some pretty good opponents so they will get thrown into the fire and we will see how they respond.” — Tim Beckman ence West Division in the league championship game. “It was really tough, especially with it being the week before we had Northern Illinois in that big game,” Dantin said. “It’s hard to describe what

it was like not being able to finish the season out after everything we had been through.” Dantin tried to make it back for the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl against FIU, roughly two months after his injury. He was cleared by doctors but ultimately was held out of competition to prevent any damage to his future. “I tried my best to get back for it but really just with how everything felt there was just no way,” Dantin said. “I could throw but as for taking a hit that would have been a completely different story. I was happy to be there but it was unfortunate with how everything turned out.” Dantin threw for 1,254 yards with seven touchdowns and eight interceptions in 2010. He finished second on the team with 442 rushing yards and tied for a team-best with eight rushing touchdowns. He also led the MAC with a 66.1 completion percentage before his season was cut short. Owens began pushing for playing time last season while Dantin was at the helm, appearing in games against Wyoming and Boise State. After Dantin’s injury on just the fifth offensive play against EMU,

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For sixth-year Toledo senior cornerback Desmond Marrow, giving up was never an option. Growing up on Glenaven Avenue on Youngstown’s south side, perseverance was a way to survive in a rough environment. “Youngstown’s a real small city,” Marrow said. “It’s actually a tough city to grow up in. It’s real. I guess you could say we have a violent reputation or whatever. It was hard times growing up, but I was fortunate enough to have great parents. My dad Duane and my mom Pam,

they kept me out of the inner city and trouble and things like that.” Sometimes that literally meant keeping his son out of harm’s way, as Duane Marrow had to do one Sunday morning as the family was getting ready for church when Marrow was between 5 and 6 years old. “All of a sudden, out of nowhere we hear gunshots,” Duane Marrow said. “And there’s a drive-by taking place early Sunday morning about 8 or 9 o’clock at a house across the street from us, and I’m actually in my son’s room and we’re hitting the ground. The bullets are going the other way, but obviously at the time I don’t know it.” That would not be Marrow’s last brush with gun violence as a boy. The youngest of Duane’s four sons, Marrow liked to hang out with his older brothers when they were around. ■ MARROW CONTINUES ON A19

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At about 10 years old, Marrow was with his brother Duaine and cousins Kevin and Terrance at Cleveland Park when an argument broke out between some guys during a pickup game. “One of them said, ‘I’ll be back,’” Marrow said. “You know, you don’t think nothing of it, so he comes back and aggressively just comes out his car and just starts shooting at this park with little kids and little babies. Everybody’s just running. Then, I just realized that street life just isn’t something you want to be a part of if you want to live your life. “The guy came back and just started shooting at the park in broad daylight. It was wild. Some people live for that life, but it’s something I didn’t want to be a part of.” Even if Marrow did think of straying down the wrong path, his family was there to guide him. In addition to his position as a senior correctional officer at Federal Correctional Institution Elkton in Lisbon, Ohio, Duane is also a minister and has traveled as far as Singapore to do mission work. Pam Marrow works as an enrollment specialist for MYCAP Head Start in Youngstown, having been with the program for the past 16 years. “It was definitely our faith in God first,” Duane said. “Early on with the help of his mom and his family, we were able to keep Des on track and try to model good living — having good, practical morals and so forth. And so those were the things that kept him on track, and I think he also knew that his mother would kill him.” Pam deals with kids on a daily basis at her job, but said her son did not give her much trouble going up. “He was a very good kid,” Pam said. “He really was.”

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there because everyone was, ‘Oh, your dad used to be this, your uncle used to be this, blah, blah, blah,’ so I played just because I was an athlete,” Marrow said. “I could do it, but other than that, I didn’t really like football.” Marrow’s first love was basketball, but Duane always knew football would be his path. “I knew early MARROW AND HIS FATHER DUANE on that his ticket would be by way of football, and that’s something that honestly I told my wife for years,” Duane Marrow said. “Even when Desmond was little, I knew. I told her, ‘Honey, we will not pay for Des to go to school.’ I wasn’t being presumptuous or anything like that. I just knew what was in my son.” Marrow said he really started to take football seriously during his first season playing varsity at Cardinal Mooney as a sophomore. “I just started coming around, like, I just started getting bigger, started making plays,” Marrow said. “The more you do something, the better confidence you’ll get, so I started getting more confident in football.” By the time he was a senior in 2005, Marrow had grown to 6-foot-3, 196 pounds, making him quite the mismatch as a defensive back. He had 10 interceptions for the Cardinals that season, earning First-Team All-Steel Valley Conference, First-Team All-Northeast Ohio-Inland, NEO-Inland Defensive Player of the Year, First-Team Division IV AllOhio and Ohio Division IV Co-Defensive Player of the Year honors as Cardinal Mooney won the SVC and reached the Division IV state title game. ■ MARROW CONTINUES ON A20

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Rocky times with Rockets In February of his senior year at Cardinal Mooney, Marrow committed to Toledo, eager to join a program that had both family ties with his Uncle Vince and a winning

SPECIAL REPORT: ROCKET FOOTBALL PREVIEW tradition. The Rockets won two Mid-American Conference Championships and two bowl games in five seasons prior to Marrow’s arrival in the fall of 2006, and Marrow was confident he would have a chance to get on the field during his freshman year. Marrow saw action in nine games as a true freshman, starting one, but Toledo finished with a 5-7 record in 2006 after going 9-3 and winning the GMAC Bowl the previous year. In 2007, Marrow tore his hamstring, forcing him to take a medical redshirt and sit out the entire season. Marrow returned to the field in 2008 as one of the Rockets starting cornerbacks, recording 30 total tackles, three pass breakups and one forced fumble through the first six games of the year. However, one week after he helped Toledo defeat Michigan 13-10 at the Big House, Marrow tore his ACL and meniscus on the opening kickoff at Northern Illinois, ending his season. “I’ve got to tell you, going into that locker room and seeing Des, that was tough,” Duane said. Duane and Pam, who try to make it to all of Marrow’s games, had yet to sit down in their seats and were still standing for the opening kickoff when Marrow got hurt. “It was a tough moment for me being hurt because I was previously

hurt before that and I had to sit out a season, but I think the best part about that whole experience was my parents,” Marrow said. Both Duane and Pam leaned on their faith and projected hope to Marrow, who listened to their advice and persevered. “We just encouraged him and just let him know that he can get through this,” Pam said. “He had that in him,

that drive to just overcome anything, so we knew he would.” Marrow misssd a second full season due to injury, sitting out all of 2009 while the Rockets played under new coach Tim Beckman. Despite installing both a new staff and a new philosophy at his new job, Beckman did not quit on Marrow. “He knew that this coaching staff was behind him,” Beckman

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out a year,” Beckman said. “It’s tough to leave this game and come back.” In January, Marrow got the news that his application to receive a sixth-year extension waiver from the NCAA after missing two full seasons from injuries had been granted, giving him one final opportunity to win the MAC Championship and bowl victory he has been seeking since arriving on the UT campus five years ago. The Rockets were picked to win both the MAC West Division and the MAC Championship in the conference’s preseason poll last month. “We have so much built-up anticipation on this team,” Marrow said. “Everyone has good thoughts for the season. Everyone’s upbeat, positive. People expect stuff out of us this year. It’s a weird position for me. I know being here for six years, there’s not much really expected out of us. We just expect to win a

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couple games here and there, beat BG and we’re content, but not with coach Beckman. “The feeling around here is we want to win. We want to win big. We want rings, all that. Even in the classroom, we want to get the highest grades, so we just want to win.” And while the path Marrow has taken to this point was not as he envisioned it, he is happy with how things turned out, even though it means taking another season of old man jokes from his teammates. After all, quitting was not an option. Not for someone who has persevered since childhood. “Most people are like, ‘Why didn’t you give it up and quit and find something else?’” Marrow said. “I was like, ‘I didn’t want to quit because this is my dream. I never wanted to give up on it.’ Faith was all I had, but really, that’s all I needed. I’m here now.” ✯

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“He said, ‘I cannot believe that you called it back then,’” Weemes said. “He said, ‘This kid is phenomenal. He’s crazy.

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Even when Page was a child, Weemes knew her son had a natural talent superior to the other kids he played soccer and flag football with at the YMCA, as well as an energy level that was hard to contain. “He was extremely energetic and very hyperactive and never slowed down, but you can probably see that already,” Weemes said. Weemes joked with her friend Dave Connelly, who later became Page’s head coach at Springfield, that her son was going to be special despite his size.

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Springfield graduate and Toledo junior wide receiver Eric Page is quiet —“very, very quiet and shy” if you ask his mother, Amy Weemes. However, the same cannot be said about Page’s game. In just two seasons with the Rockets, the 2010 First-Team Walter Camp All-American and AllMid-American Conference performer has already positioned himself to become Toledo’s all-time receptions and reception yardage leader this year. “I try to lead by example,” Page said. “I’m not the most vocal guy. I mean, I think people follow your actions more than they’ll follow your words, so I try to lead by that.” Listed at 5-foot-10, 180 pounds, the Toledo native is usually one of the smallest players when he steps onto the football field, but size has not been a problem for the shifty, crafty playmaker thus far, as the Rockets regular season finale last year against Central Michigan proved. Page accounted for five touchdowns in Toledo’s 42-31 victory over

the Chippewas at the Glass Bowl that day: two on receptions, two on kickoff returns and one on a 28-yard pass to sophomore quarterback Terrance Owens. “Even at UT, I spend most of my time just going, ‘Really? He did that? How did he do that? What just happened?’” Weemes said. “Every single time that I see him create something out of nothing, it’s just phenomenal. There’s no way to explain it because you’re looking at him and you’re going, ‘That’s my kid.’ It doesn’t sink in. It’s just surreal.”

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Division II Co-Offensive Player of the Year honors. “It’s a big thing for the school and a big thing for the kids coming through the school just to know that they can go out and do something and just not [be] somewhere you’re just passing through,” Page said. Despite the personal achievements, Page said he did not let the attention get to him.

“I really didn’t have to worry about it,” Page said. “I’m a humble person as it comes, and I just don’t focus on the outside. I try to stay inside my head and just focus on what I have to do and stay motivated.”

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Page and his younger brother Darnell, nicknamed ‘DJ.’ Weemes said she would take the boys outside the trailer park where they lived to do activities, as both Page and DJ played multiple sports growing up. “When we were growing up, there was always competition between us,” Page said. Nineteen months apart in age, the pair became closer once DJ began high school at Springfield. “They were kind of the ‘Terrible Twosome,’ I called them, for quite a while because they were just out of control,” Weemes said. “You couldn’t slow them down.” Though her sons are still close, Weemes said you would never know Page and DJ were brothers based on their personalities. “DJ was a soccer player,” Weemes said. “He’s also a baseball player, but he is all about chasing the girls and having a good time, and Eric is very subdued, laid-back and serious.” An accounting and human resources major at Toledo, Weemes is

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now in her fifth year as a part-time student. In May, Mom’s House of Toledo, an organization which helps low income, single mothers graduate from college, technical school and high school, honored Weemes as its Mom’s House Champion this year at the organization’s 18th anniversary dinner and auction at The Pinnacle in Maumee. “It was great,” Page said. “It was just great seeing her happy and just seeing her rewarded for all the time she put in. I mean, an award’s not going to be able to say how much she’s done for us, but it was a good honor.” Rockets head coach Tim Beckman was also in attendance at the event. “That’s what the whole thing’s all about: getting to know your players,” Beckman said. “Getting to know their families started when we first got here, when we first met Amy when we went out to eat on the official visit that first Friday night. That’s what it’s all about. That’s what you try to build, and that’s why there’s so much more to coaching than X’s and O’s.” ■ PAGE CONTINUES ON A24

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Page kicked off his career at UT in 2009 by hauling in 12 catches for 128 yards and one touchdown in the season opener at Purdue, a Toledo freshman record. He went on to lead all freshmen wide receivers in the country with 82 catches for 1,159 yards.

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In 25 career games at Toledo, Page has registered 181 receptions for 2,264 yards and 15 touchdowns, impressive considering he always wanted to be a running back and played quarterback in high school. With two years remaining at UT — barring any injuries or unforeseen circumstances — Page needs just 49 receptions and 838 receiving

yards to pass Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Stephen Williams as Toledo’s all-time receptions leader and all-time leader in pass reception yardage, who holds the records for both categories. “I’m just taking it day by day,” Page said. “I’m not really feeling the pressure. I’ve got a lot of things to focus on right now with school and family. It’s just a great honor.” ✯

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sign up for it. “With AAA’s student membership, I can ride my bike to school and know I am covered. And I don’t have to fight for a parking spot ... bonus!” said Brandi Conners, a UT student and new AAA student member. “And it covers you if I’m stuck at a party and can’t drive home,” said Kyle Ostrander, another student member from BGSU. Cochran said AAA will promote the campaign at local colleges and universities during student events such as football games this fall. “Students can plan their spring break trips knowing they are covered and receive member discounts,” Cochran stated in the release. “With member discounts, AAA Insurance and Car Care Plus can help keep more money in the parents’ and college students’ wallets.” AAA also introduced AAACampus.com, a new customized website where students can select from a list of local schools and view interactive pages designed to emphasize all the benefits of AAA. For more information about the

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Good Morning News This Week-Amanpour Conklin Bridges Roundtabl Paid Prog. Your Morning Sunday CBS News Sunday Morning (N) Nation Leading Mass Joint Tennis Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Fox News Sunday Joint Paid Prog. Paid Prog. CarMD ›› Angel’s Dance Today (N) (CC) Meet the Press (N) Van Impe Paid Prog. Trainer Baby Gardening Paid Prog. Sid Cat in the Super Dinosaur Radar Toledo Globe Trekker Antiques Roadshow Celeb. Ghost Stories The Sopranos (CC) The Sopranos (CC) The Sopranos (CC) The Glades “Gibtown” Rachel Rachel Zoe Project Rachel Zoe Project Rachel Zoe Project Real Housewives Real Comedy › Superhero Movie (2008) Drake Bell. (CC) ›› The Heartbreak Kid (2007, Comedy) Ben Stiller. (CC) Mickey Pirates Phineas Phineas Good Shake It Random ANT Farm Wizards Wizards SportsCenter (N) (CC) Outside Reporters SportsCenter (N) (Live) (CC) NASCAR Countdown ›› The Karate Kid (1984) Ralph Macchio. ›› The Karate Kid Part II (1986, Drama) Ralph Macchio. KarateIII Rachael Ray’s Dinners Money Hungry Guy’s Barbecue Sand. Chopped Block Holmes Inspection Decked Disaster Disaster Yard Room Cr. House Hunters Hour of Power (CC) J. Osteen Paid Prog. Against the Wall (CC) Against the Wall (CC) Picker Picker VMA’s Thumbs Teen Mom (CC) Awkward. Awkward. Jersey Shore (CC) Jersey › Not Another Teen Movie (2001), Chris Evans ›› Nacho Libre (2006, Comedy) Jack Black. ›› Yes Man (2008) ››› I’m No Angel ››› My Favorite Wife (1940) (CC) Bachelor and Bobby-Soxer Every Girl-Married Memphis Beat (CC) Law & Order Leverage (CC) Leverage (CC) The Mummy Returns Paid Prog. J. Osteen Royal Pains (CC) Necessary Roughness ›› The Dukes of Hazzard (2005) (CC) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Old House For Home Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Secrets Raceline ››› Three Kings, War

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News Nightline News Letterman Seinfeld King-Hill News Jay Leno Charlie Rose (N) (CC) Intervention “Eddie” Most Eligible Dallas Daily Colbert Vampire Vampire SportsCenter (N) (CC) The 700 Club (N) (CC) Challenge House Hunters The Protector “Rats” The Challenge: Rivals Conan ››› Mildred Pierce The Closer (CC) Suits “Undefeated” Scrubs Scrubs

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Loma-Linda’s

“BIEN VENIDOS AMIGOS”

Specializing in Mexican Food since 1955

419-865-5455 10400 Airport Hwy. (1.2 Mi. East of the Aiport) Lunch & Dinner, 11 a.m. to Midnight Closed Sundays & Holidays

FRITZ & ALFREDO’S Original Recipes from Both Mexico and Germany

419-729-9775 3025 N. Summit Street (near Point Place) Mon. - Thurs. 11-10 p.m. Fri. - Sat. .11-11 p.m. Sun. 3-9 p.m. Closed Holidays

August 23, 2011

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Wipeout (CC) Take the Money and Combat Hospital (N) News Nightline NCIS (CC) NCIS: Los Angeles NCIS “False Witness” News Letterman Glee (CC) Raising Fox Toledo News Seinfeld King-Hill It’s Worth What? (N) America’s Got Talent (N) (S Live) (CC) News Jay Leno History Detectives (N) JM Cousteau: Ocean Frontline (CC) Charlie Rose (N) (CC) Billy Billy Billy Billy Billy Billy Billy Billy Flipping Out (CC) Flipping Out (N) (CC) Flipping Out (CC) Matchmaker Iglesias: Fluffy Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Work. Daily Colbert Good Shake It Vampire Vampire Vampire Good Vampire Vampire World, Poker World, Poker Baseball Tonight (N) SportsCenter (N) (CC) Pretty Little Liars (N) The Lying Game The Lying Game The 700 Club (N) (CC) Cupcake Wars (N) Chopped Chopped Chopped First Place First Place Property Unsellable House Hunters For Rent Property American Pickers (CC) American Pickers (CC) Picker Sisters (N) (CC) How I Met How I Met Jersey Shore (CC) Teen Mom (CC) Teen Mom (N) (CC) Awkward. Teen Mom The Office The Office The Office The Office The Office The Office Conan ›› The Hands of Orlac (1960) ›››› The Thief of Bagdad (1940) Sabu, John Justin. (CC) Rizzoli & Isles (CC) Law & Order Law & Order CSI: NY “Taxi” (CC) Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Necessary Roughness 90210 (CC) Shedding for Entourage Curb Scrubs Scrubs

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BARRON’S CAFE Everything Mexican From Tacos to Enchiladas to Delicious Burritos

419-825-3474 13625 Airport Hwy., Swanton (across from Valleywood Country Club) Mon. - Thurs. 11-11 p.m. Fri. - Sat. .11-12 a.m. Closed Sundays and Holidays

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Ent Insider Wheel Jeopardy! The Office The Office Jdg Judy Jdg Judy NewsHour Business Storage Storage Top Chef Dsrt Daily Colbert Vampire Vampire SportsCenter (N) (CC) Melissa Melissa Restaurant: Im. Hunters House Pawn Pawn Fantasy Fantasy Seinfeld Seinfeld ›› He Was Her Man Bones (CC) NCIS “Bloodbath” Two Men Two Men

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Middle Family Big Brother (N) (CC) Buried Treasure (N) Minute to Win It (N) Eden at the End Storage Storage Top Chef Dsrt Chappelle Chappelle Good Shake It Little League Baseball Melissa Melissa Restaurant: Im. Property Income Dance Moms (CC) True Life Browns Browns ›› Sinner’s Holiday The Mentalist (CC) NCIS “Jeopardy” (CC) America’s Next Model

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Good Morning News So Raven So Raven Hannah Suite Life Little League Baseball Your Morning Saturday Doodlebop Trollz (CC) Horseland Horseland Best Bra! Tennis Animal Hollywood Eco Co. Mad Marketpl Marketpl Marketpl Marketpl Kids News Paid Prog. Today (N) (CC) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Turbo Shelldon Magic Bus Babar Willa’s Pearlie (EI) Sid Cat in the Super Dinosaur MotorWk Our Ohio Wild Ohio Michigan Nature (CC) (DVS) Sell House Sell House Sell House Sell House Sell House Sell House Flip This House (CC) Flipping Vegas (CC) ››› Jerry Maguire Real Housewives Top Chef Dsrt Matchmaker Matchmaker Comedy ›› The Promotion (2008) Seann William Scott. ››› Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004) Scrubs Mickey Pirates Phineas Phineas Phineas Fish Wizards Wizards Wizards Wizards SportsCenter (CC) SportsCenter (CC) SportsCenter (N) (CC) Preview High School Football Boy World ›› Kicking & Screaming (2005) Will Ferrell. ›› Richie Rich (1994) Macaulay Culkin. The Mask Day Off Ingred. Fix Aarti Party Mexican Cooking Home Paula Pioneer Secrets 30-Minute Makeover Property Income Yard Yard Yard Crashers Crashers Bath Bath Sexy Face Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. How I Met Project Runway “Off the Track” Disaster Disaster Disaster Disaster Awkward. VMA’s I Was 17 10 on Top Teen Mom (CC) Yes, Dear Yes, Dear Yes, Dear ›› The Out-of-Towners (1999) Steve Martin. ›› The Ringer (2005), Brian Cox Sweet and Lowdown ››› Rise and Shine (1941) ›› Brigham Young (1940) Tyrone Power. Two Flags Law & Order Rizzoli & Isles (CC) The Closer (CC) ››› Reversal of Fortune (1990) Glenn Close. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Burn Notice (CC) ›› Street Kings (2008, Crime Drama) Keanu Reeves. (CC) Kiss Girls Sonic X Sonic X Yu-Gi-Oh! Sonic X Dragon Dragon Yu-Gi-Oh! Yu-Gi-Oh! Dog Tales Green

August 27, 2011

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Ent Insider Wipeout (N) (CC) Expedition Impossible Rookie Blue (N) (CC) News Nightline Wheel Jeopardy! Big Bang Rules Big Brother (N) (CC) The Mentalist (CC) News Letterman The Office The Office Bones (CC) Bones (CC) Fox Toledo News Seinfeld King-Hill Jdg Judy Jdg Judy Commun Parks The Office 30 Rock Law & Order: SVU News Jay Leno NewsHour Business Radar Toledo Masterpiece Mystery! (CC) (DVS) Austin City Limits (CC) Sun Stud The First 48 (CC) The First 48 (CC) The First 48 (N) (CC) Beyond Scared Beyond Scared Top Chef Dsrt Matchmaker Matchmaker Matchmaker Matchmaker Daily Colbert South Pk South Pk Futurama Futurama Futurama Ugly Amer Daily Colbert Vampire Vampire Good Shake It ››› Spy Kids (2001) (CC) Good Vampire Vampire Monday Night NFL Preseason Football Washington Redskins at Baltimore Ravens. SportsCenter (N) (CC) ›› Bring It On (2000, Comedy) ›› The Princess Diaries (2001, Comedy) Julie Andrews. The 700 Club (N) (CC) Chopped “My Way” Chopped Chopped Killer Food (N) Iron Chef America Hunters House First Place First Place Selling NY Selling NY House Hunters House Hunters Project Runway (CC) Project Runway (CC) Project Runway “Off the Track” Russian Dance Moms (CC) Teen Mom (CC) Awkward. Awkward. Jersey Shore (CC) Jersey Shore (N) (CC) Jersey Shore (CC) Seinfeld Seinfeld ››› Mean Girls (2004) Lindsay Lohan. Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Conan A Child Is Waiting ››› The Leopard (1963, Drama) Burt Lancaster, Claudia Cardinale. Premiere. The Killers Bones (CC) ›››› Saving Private Ryan (1998) Tom Hanks, Edward Burns. (CC) Saving Private Ryan NCIS “Shalom” (CC) NCIS “Faking It” (CC) Burn Notice (N) (CC) Suits “The Shelf Life” Suits “Bail Out” (CC) Two Men Two Men The Vampire Diaries Plain Jane (CC) Entourage Curb Scrubs Scrubs

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August 25, 2011

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Ent Insider Shark Tank (CC) Karaoke Battle USA 20/20 (CC) News Nightline Wheel Jeopardy! NFL Preseason Football Green Bay Packers at Indianapolis Colts. (N) News Letterman The Office The Office Kitchen Nightmares Fringe (CC) Fox Toledo News Seinfeld King-Hill Jdg Judy Jdg Judy Friends Friends Dateline NBC (N) (CC) News Jay Leno NewsHour Business Wash. Deadline American Experience Need to Know (N) (CC) Charlie Rose (N) (CC) Criminal Minds (CC) Criminal Minds (CC) Criminal Minds (CC) Criminal Minds (CC) Criminal Minds (CC) ›› Bee Movie (2007) Voices of Jerry Seinfeld. ››› Juno (2007) Ellen Page. Premiere. ››› Juno (2007) Daily Colbert Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Jackass 2.5 (2007) Katt Williams: Pimp Hart: Grown Little Man ANT Farm ANT Farm Wizards ANT Farm Phineas Phineas Vampire Random Good ANT Farm NASCAR NASCAR Racing Nationwide Series: Food City 250. (N) Baseball Tonight (N) SportsCenter (N) (CC) Funniest Home Videos Funniest Home Videos Funniest Home Videos Funniest Home Videos The 700 Club (N) (CC) Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Heat See. Sugar Hig. Killer Food Hunters House Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Pawn Pawn Reba (CC) Reba (CC) Reba (CC) Reba (CC) Against the Wall (CC) How I Met How I Met Fantasy Fantasy Fantasy Fantasy Jersey Shore (CC) Movie Seinfeld Seinfeld Fam. Guy Fam. Guy ›› The House Bunny (2008) Anna Faris. (CC) ›› The Ringer (2005) It Happened ››› Good News (1947) June Allyson. (CC) ››› It Should Happen to You (CC) Salt-Pepr Law & Order ›› Valkyrie (2008) Tom Cruise, Bill Nighy. Premiere. (CC) ›› Valkyrie (2008) Tom Cruise. NCIS “Witch Hunt” NCIS “Sandblast” (CC) NCIS “Suspicion” (CC) CSI: Crime Scene Royal Pains (CC) Two Men Two Men Nikita “Glass Houses” Supernatural (CC) Entourage Curb Scrubs Scrubs

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Family Happy Criminal Minds (CC) House (CC) America’s Got Talent NOVA (CC) (DVS) Storage Storage Top Chef Dsrt South Pk South Pk Wizards Random

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Little League Baseball Little League Baseball Insider News ABC NASCAR NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup: Irwin Tools Night Race. (N) (Live) News Lottery ATP Tennis PGA Tour Golf The Barclays, Third Round. (N) (Live) (CC) News News Wheel Jeopardy! NFL Preseason Football New England Patriots at Detroit Lions. (N) News America › Primeval (2007) Dominic Purcell. McCarver Base MLB Baseball Regional Coverage. (N) (S Live) (CC) Raymond Mother Cops Cops American Cleveland News Seinfeld Fringe (CC) The 2011 Track and Field Golf Horse Racing News News Academic The 2011 A Walk in My Shoes (2010) Nancy Travis. Law & Order: SVU News SNL This Old House Hr John Quilting Great Performances (CC) Getaways Travel Steves Rudy Lawrence Welk To Market to Market Antiques Roadshow As Time... Vicar Black Adder (CC) Parking Wars (CC) Parking Parking Parking Parking Parking Wars (CC) Parking Parking Billy Billy Billy Billy Billy Billy Billy Billy Billy Billy Billy Billy Matchmaker Matchmaker Matchmaker Matchmaker Rachel Zoe Project Rachel Zoe Project Rachel Zoe Project Rachel Zoe Project ››› Meet the Parents (2000), Ben Stiller Meet the Parents Scrubs Scrubs Scrubs ›› Caddyshack (1980, Comedy) Chevy Chase. (CC) ›› Accepted (2006) Justin Long. (CC) ›› Scary Movie 4 (2006) Anna Faris. (CC) Kevin Hart Kevin Hart Godfrey: Black Good Good Good Luck Charlie Good Good Good Good Good ANT Farm Random Shake It Wizards Wizards Prank ANT Farm Random Vampire Good Good Good Good High School Football ESPNU High School Football South Panola (Miss.) at Hoover (Ala.). (N) SportsCtr High School Football Baseball Tonight (N) SportsCenter (N) ››› The Mask (1994, Comedy) Jim Carrey. ››› The School of Rock (2003, Comedy) Jack Black. ››› Holes (2003) Sigourney Weaver, Jon Voight. ›››› Toy Story (1995, Comedy), Tim Allen ›››› Toy Story 2 (1999), Tim Allen Contessa Giada Food Truck Race Chopped Diners Diners Iron Chef America Challenge Chopped Chopped Chopped Chopped Iron Chef America Room Cr. Makeover Block Novo Buck Summer Candice Sarah 101 Design Star (CC) Favorite House Block Candice Urban Oasis Room Cr. Color Spl. Novo House Hunters Hunters Dance Moms (CC) Dance Moms (CC) Not My Life (2006) Meredith Monroe. (CC) Living With the Enemy (2005) (CC) Bringing Ashley Home (2011) A.J. Cook. ›› Enough (2002) Jennifer Lopez. Premiere. (CC) Not My Teen Mom (CC) Jersey Shore (CC) Jersey Shore (CC) Awkward. Awkward. Awkward. Awkward. Teen Mom (CC) Teen Mom (CC) Jersey Shore (CC) Jersey Shore (CC) Jersey Shore (CC) Jersey Shore (CC) Ringer ›› The House Bunny (2008) Anna Faris. Jim Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Seinfeld Seinfeld King King ›› Failure to Launch (2006) (CC) ›› Failure to Launch (2006) (CC) ›› Two Flags West (1950) ›› Second Chance (1953) (CC) ›› Blackbeard, the Pirate (1952) (CC) ›› Fallen Angel (1945) Alice Faye. ›››› A Letter to Three Wives (1949) ›› Star Dust (1940) Premiere. Hangover Reversal ››› Mission: Impossible III (2006) Tom Cruise. (CC) ››› The Rock (1996, Action) Sean Connery. (CC) ›› Valkyrie (2008) Tom Cruise, Kenneth Branagh. (CC) ›› Shooter (2007) Mark Wahlberg, Michael Peña. (CC) The Rock ›› Kiss the Girls (1997) Morgan Freeman. ›› The Bone Collector (1999) Denzel Washington. (CC) ›› National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007) (CC) ›› National Treasure (2004) Nicolas Cage. (CC) ›› Angels & Demons (2009) Icons Career Payne Browns Without a Trace (CC) American American Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Two Men Two Men Minor League Baseball Buffalo Bisons at Toledo Mud Hens. (N) Entou Curb American American

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419.2 297.6 6525 All real estate advertised in this paper is subject to the federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, in the sale, rental, or financing of housing. This Publisher will not knowingly accept any advertising that violates any applicable law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this paper are available on an equal opportunity basis. If you believe you have been discriminated against in connection with the sale, rental, or fi nancing of housing, call the Toledo Fair Housing Center, (419) 243-6163.

6424 MEMORIAL HWY OTTAWA LAKE MI 49267 9921 AIMEE MORAN 1038 ALBERT TOLEDO OH HOUSEHOLD. 4601 JACKMAN TOLEDO 43612 1043 LYDIA ELIZONDO 323 SOUTH AVE HOUSEHOLD. 1045 VANESSA VERDAVOIR 3075 TREMAINSVILLE HOUSEHOLD. 1055 PATRICIA WILLIAMS PO BOX 80654 HOUSEHOLD. 1206 LI JOY PALMER 4435 JACKMAN #59 HOUSEHOLD. 2811 DEBBIE HARRIS 3303 MAPLEWOOD AVE HOUSEHOLD. 6125/6126 SANDRA GLOSCH 2424 HIDDENBROOK DR HOUSEHOLD. 802 S REYNOLDS TOLEDO 43615 1033 GLORIA BUREAU 5001 SOUTH AVE #49 HOUSEHOLD. 1040 ROXANNE TREESH 1925 HARLAN RD HOUSEHOLD. 1304 STACEY MEADORS 1150 FOUR SEASONS #7 HOUSEHOLD. 1305 DAVE CROCKETT 5001 SOUTH AVE #186 HOUSEHOLD. 2002 NIKKI HUNT 615 STICKNEY AVE HOUSEHOLD. 3302 KEYNA COLEMAN 4800 WESTLAKE PKWY #2703 SACRAMENTO CA HOUSEHOLD. 5009 CHRISTOPHER WHITE 1433 GOULD HOUSEHOLD. 9011 CRAIG MEYER 241 E NORTHGATE TRAILER. 9019 CHRIS BRAVO 364 S DETROIT AVE TAR BUGGY. 10123 JOHN KYNARD 4143 DORCHESTER HOUSEHOLD. 10129 DAKIA LANGE 5355 GLENRIDGE DR #102 HOUSEHOLD. 12400 WILLIAMS RD PERRYSBURG 43551 2079 CALVIN COOLIDGE NEYLAND OSP 878 COITSVILLE-HUBBARD RD YOUNGSTOWN OH HOUSEHOLD. 3039 & 4005 CALVIN COOLIDGE NEYLAND OSP 878 COITSVILLE-HUBBARD RD YOUNGSTOWN OH VEHICLES. 3032 AIRPORT HWY TOLEDO 43609 2008 REGINALD GRACE SR 927 PARKSIDE BLVD HOUSEHOLD. 2633 PRICILLA FRAZIER 1103 NEWBERRY HOUSEHOLD . 3313 GILBERT DELGADO 935 PROUTY HOUSEHOLD. 5411 VONNELL FULTZ 3905 AIRPORT HWY #209HOUSEHOLD. 8011 CHRISTIN MANUEL 2716 WAYMAN PALMER #7 HOUSEHOLD. 5401 TELEGRAPH RD TOLEDO 43612 1001 KEVIN COOPER 3625 LITTLESTONE DR ARLINGTON TX BLDG SUPPLY. 2013 ANANIAS SNIPES 3239 FAIRMONT AVE STOCKTON CA HOUSEHOLD. 3040 WARREN FAYDRIAN 316 TUDOR HOUSEHOLD. 4040 CHARLES BAUMAN 808 EL PERDIDO ST VERO BEACH FL HOUSEHOLD/ BUSINESS. 7012 KEILA MILLER 3160 BRIGHAM ST HOUSEHOLD. 7016 JEFFREY JAKOB 5836 DENNISON HOUSEHOLD. 1046 S BYRNE TOLEDO 43609 1022 TWILA FERGUSON 2034 WYNDHURST HOUSEHOLD. 3005 JAMIE FRAZIER 244 W WOODSIDE TERRACE HOLLAND OH HOUSEHOLD. 3012 VIOLET FORNEY 1437 BRADSHAW CT MAUMEE HOUSEHOLD. 3012 KIM MCDANIEL 1439 SOUTH HOUSEHOLD. 3034 MATTHEW FLEMING 5510 HEATHERDOWNS #3 HOUSEHOLD. 6014 MARQUITA MAULDIN 10 SOUTHARD AVE #203 VEHICLE. 3605 S EBER RD MONCLOVA 43542 4016 KAITLYN MIDDLETON 2170 S BERKEY SOUTHERN #171 SWANTON HOUSEHOLD. 27533 HELEN DR PERRYSBURG 43551. 1057 MCKIMMIE GORBY 5776 HALLRIDGE CIR COLUMBUS OH HOUSEHOLD. 10740 AIRPORT HWY SWANTON 43558 5004 XOCHITL BULTEMA 6315 S KILPATRICK CHICAGO IL HOUSEHOLD. 7031 MICHAEL MASSEY 111 HICKORY ST HOUSEHOLD. 7037 RONALD VAHEY 205 RAYMOND ST WALBRIDGE OH HOUSEHOLD/COMMERCIAL. 3316 DUSTIN RD OREGON 43616 6007 & 6011 NICHOLE FIELDS 4109 NAVARRE AVE HOUSEHOLD. 3022 FRANKLIN MAGGARD 1922 KELSEY VEHICLE.

THE OCEAN CORP, 10840 Rockley Road, Houston, Texas 77099. Train for New Career. *Underwater Welder, Commercial Diver. *NDT/Weld Inspector. Job Placement Assistance. Financial Aid available for those who qualify. 1-800-321-0298. GENERAL

Operator (Toledo Refining Company) Overview The Toledo Refi ning Company is located in Oregon, Ohio and is owned by PBF Energy LLC. The refi nery has a crude oil processing capacity of 170,000 barrels per day. Description A refi nery operator works 12 hour rotating shifts on various units within the refi nery which process crude oil as a feed stock in order to produce gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, various chemicals, and other products. Our company is committed to a foundation of safe and environmentally compliant operations so Operators must follow all procedures and safe work practices. New hires will be required to complete a 36 month apprenticeship program. Starting pay is $24.41 per hour. Responsibilities An Operator may be responsible for: Maintaining equipment and operations; climbing ladders, tanks, and towers up to 200 ft.; taking samples/ readings of various process streams; initiating work orders and permitting for work related to the assigned unit; maintaining proper and safe process operations of the operating equipment; and communicating effectively during the shift and at shift relief regarding key process unit and equipment information. Basic/Required Qualifications Must be at least 18 years of age; be legally authorized to work in the United States without restrictions; hold a High school diploma or equivalent; and hold a current driver’s license. Must be willing to perform/comply with the following: working overtime; working on holidays and weekends; work in enclosed/confi ned spaces, such as tanks and silos; working new large, hot, high-speed machines; lift a minimum of 50 pounds; work around chemicals; wear fi re retardant clothing and personal protective equipment; maintain your face daily so that a respirator/face mask can seal properly; perform fi re fi ghting duties; work outside in harsh weather conditions; and work with petroleum products that are under high pressure and heat. Conditions of Employment Written tests and assessments; meeting physical criteria for the job; a physical skills demonstration test; ability to demonstrate basic computer skills; pass a background check and drug screening; and be eligible to qualify or hold a Transportation Workers Identification Credential (TWIC card). In order to be considered for this position, applicants must submit their resume per the following process on or before 11:59 P.M. of August 29, 2011. After August 29, a limited candidate pool will be randomly selected to take Phase 1 of the screening process. Selected candidates will be notifi ed and assigned a testing date and time by e-mail. Phase 1 consists of 3 tests. All contact information must be accurate and up to date. All interested candidates must submit a resume to the following e-mail address: toledorefi nery@certifi edstaffi ng.net Please place “Refinery Operator” in the subject line. Also, only use Microsoft Word as the format for resumes. EOE/M/F/D/V

AUGUST 21, 2011

EMPLOYMENT GENERAL 58-YEAR-OLD HANDYMAN. Can do anything, paint, plumbing, cars, landscaping. 419-7054559. HIRING NOW! TRAVEL TODAY! Seeking Sharp Guys/Gals, Rock-n-Roll Atmosphere, Blue Jean Environment! $500 Sign-on Bonus. Lorraine 877777-2091 NOW HIRING! TRAVEL TODAY! Seeking Sharp Guys and Gals, Rock-n-Roll Atmosphere, blue jean environment. $500 Sign-on Bonus! Wayne 888-438-8279

FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS NEW metal fi le cabinet, large, $35. Laser fax and copier, $50. All best offer. Have truck will deliver. 419-865-4226.

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7716 Sylvan Oaks Way. 4 Beds, 3 Full Baths, Open Floor Plan, Master Suite, Large Kitchen. First fl oor bedroom ideal for Mother-In-Law Suite/Den or Office. Fenced. 2070 Sq. Ft. REDUCED $199,900.

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REAL ESTATE LOFT FOR RENT LOFT LIVING AT ITS FINEST: Spacious 3 bedrm, 2 bath. Hardwood fl oors, archtop windows, concrete countertops & indoor parking. 419873-5177.

HOMES 3 BED 2 BATH HOME! $500 down and $339 a month! 862 Lincoln Ave., 44830. Owner Financing! Call 419-370-2698. 2 BED 1 BATH HOME! $1500 down and $529 a month! 416 Pattie, 49202. Owner Financing! Call 260-220-8063.

REDEVELOPMENT AURORA PROJECT, INC., located in Toledo, OH is seeking Redevelopment Proposals for a vacant historic property located at 1017-1019 N. Superior St., Toledo. The home, built in 1900, is approximately 5,000 square feet, located in the Vistula Historic District Neighborhood. Questions and inquiries related to this property should be directed via e-mail or in writing to: Denise F. Fox, Executive Director, Aurora Project Inc., 1035 N. Superior St., Toledo, OH 43604 or denisef@auroraprojectinc. org. Additional information regarding this property can be obtained from Aurora Project’s website: www.auroraprojectinc.org.

Toledo Free Press publishes classifi ed ads and cannot be responsible for problems arising between parties placing or responding to ads in our paper. We strongly urge everyone to exercise caution when dealing with people, companies and organizations with whom you are not familiar.

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BAD CREDIT, NO CREDIT, NO PROBLEM ’01 FORD EXPLORER 90K .............................................. $4,999 ’08 CHEVY IMPALA 58K MILES ...................................... $13,995 ’11 FORD FOCUS .......................................................... $17,865 ’08 MOUNTAINEER “NICE!” .......................................... $18,985

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