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BY DONNA LUEKE Dare To Compare! At No CardOct. 9 Better Quality Turkey Clinton the Necessary meeting of Port Better Price The Best Service City Council, the Council approved an ordinance, 4-3, regarding the hiring of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell, a California consulting firm, to help find a developer 10-24 lbs. for Water Works Park. Mayor Vince Leone vetoed the ordinance, leaving the question of what is the next step for Waterworks Park. In order to move forward, Mayor Leone has a concrete plan for us to start by listening to one another and building a lb.

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consensus on what is best for Port Clinton and its waterfront. Our community can be excellent at pulling together, said Leone. According to Leone, there have been many plans and concepts for the waterfront over the years. Leone thinks that council needs to refocus on the issues of infrastructure and the branding and improving of downtown Port Clinton that are necessary to support any development at Waterworks Park. We already have people coming here (to

Port Clinton). It is up to us to set the stage, to capitalize on the downtown. He noted that discussions on what to do about the waterfront have been going on for decades and that no one in the government has the perfect solution, no magic pill. It has never been clear what should be on the waterfront. A developer needs to be a company that is able to spend time in the community, said Leone. He said the veto was about the consulting company, JMB&M, working via teleconferencing without coming to Port Clinton, and about

the other costs that would be incurred as the process with JMB&M went forward. Leone cited recent improvements with parks, streets and infrastructure in Port Clinton, and better signage that has increased usage of the transient docks this year. He suggested that one way to go could be the improvement of the waterfront green space, a better marina and perhaps an ampitheater. Councilwoman Kathy Mehl was

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After months of construction, the New Port Clinton Middle School will open for students on Thursday, Oct. 25. Patrick Adkins, Superintendent of Schools, met We can customize with representatives from the constructo your selection tion project items and and received of on Wednesday the news. price range! We are extremely pleased with the design of the new middle school and cant wait for the kids to get to see their new school. To ease the transition, Middle School staff will need to have training to become acclimated to the new building and new technology and learn new emergency procedures. They will also need time to move and prepare classrooms. To accomplish this, the school district requested waiver days from the State of Ohio for Port Clinton Middle School. In addition to Monday, Oct. 22, which is a district-wide in-service day, students in grades 6, 7, and 8 only will not have school on Oct. 23 and 24. All other students will have school on Oct. 23
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and 24. Mrs. Carrie Sanchez, PCMS Principal, is excited the big day is finally arriving. She said, We look forward to the first day of school on Oct. 25 and I promise it will be worth the wait. Port Clinton Middle School students will bring letters and information home about the traffic patterns and a special open house for students and their parents. The final day of school in the current building on Fourth Street will be Friday, Oct. 19. The community is invited to the Ribbon Cutting and Community Open House on Saturday, Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. to noon. We are eager for everyone to see this stateof-the-art new school which is the result of community support, Mr. Adkins added. Look for complete details and information on the school district website, www. pccsd.net, or Like the Port Clinton City School District Facebook page.

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The City of Port Clinton has teamed up with Allied Waste, with the help of Port Clinton City Schools, United Way, Main Street Port Clinton, Kiwanis, and Easter Seals for a citywide cleanup and clothing drive for national Make a Difference Day on Saturday, Oct. 27. The cleanup will begin at 8 a.m. throughout downtown Port Clinton Allied Waste will provide dumpsters provided by Allied Waste to help in the clean up of Port Clinton. Allied Waste will accept most items, excluding TVs, tires, freon appliances, hazardous liquids and yard waste. Easter Seals will be collecting donations

of clothing and household goods at Jefferson Street Pier at 205 East Perry from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Easter Seals funds programs and services to help people with disabilities gain greater independence. Donations put local people to work, reduce landfill waste and are tax deductable. For more information on Make-a-Difference day activities in Port Clinton, contact Jennifer Porter at 419-734-5522 ext 8. For more information on Easter Seals go to facebook.com/EasterSeals Donation , call 419 367-7770, or visit www.noh.easterseals.com.

BY DONNA LUEKE There were brats, bean soup and seafood bisque, homemade cookies and pies and jellies and jams, apple dumplings, kettle corn and funnel cakes. There were pumpkins as art and green gourd witches on sticks. There were hayrides and sailboat rides, music and a movie. There were superhero masks to make and pumpkins to decorate. There were tours of the Lighthouse and of the Keepers House, of Lakeside and of Coast Guard boats. There were shuffleboard, corn hole and mini golf. There were pet kerchiefs in OSU or in Go Blue, and matching shirts for their owners, too. This years Lighthouse Festival filled the Lakeside-Marblehead peninsula on a crisp and sunny October Saturday.

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It is really going to be a Special Event when famed Nashville songwriter and artist Richard Leigh comes to The Listening Room in Port Clinton this coming weekend, Oct. 19 and 20. He is a three-time Grammy winner who penned the Crystal Gayle song Dont it make my Brown Eyes Blue along with many other famous hit tunes. He has had 8 #1 singles and his songs have sold over 50 million recordings. He is a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. There will be two shows nightly and reservations are recommended by calling 419-734-7050.
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Our Find Wylie winner is Joel Prucha from Port Clinton who was among 207 contestants who found Wylie hiding in the ad for Catawba Inn on page 10A in last weeks Beacon. Joel wins our weekly $20 gift card from Friendship Food Stores. Well be hiding Wylie again this
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We lost a really great guy and sailor last week. Joe Henry from Milan was an avid sailor and very popular member at Catawba Island Club. His C&C 38 Solitude was one of the prettiest sailboats on Lake Erie. But, above all of that, Joe Henry was just a very nice man. We who know him will miss him a lot.
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Tonight (Thursday, Oct.18) is the monthly Marblehead Peninsula Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours to be held at Waldo Peppers in the Knoll Crest Shopping Center. It will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Call the Chamber if you can to RSVP. Also, Judy Balsom at the Chamber reports that the Lighthouse Festival last weekend was a HUGE success!
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house? Santa has agreed to make private home visits here while his elves are busy. What a great idea for your kids and grandkids. Or your neighbor kids. Or your kids school or pre-school. Or your church group or office party. To schedule a time or date for a visit (adult parents and grandparents only please) please call 419-7340515. The cost of a visit is $50 per half hour with $10 of each visit going to the Port Clinton Area 4th of July Celebration.
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Ronald John Dowling Sr., 68, of Port Clinton, and formerly of Blossburg, PA, passed away Monday, Oct. 8, at his residence. A prayer service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 12, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Port Clinton. Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Clinton, is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerfuneralhomes.com.

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Dec. 6, 1947-Oct. 11, 2012 Carol McGlothlin, 64, of Fredericksburg, TX, died Thursday, Oct. 11, at Windcrest Nursing Home. She was born on Dec. 6, 1946, in Port Clinton, the daughter of Lilly (Cutcher) Deyoe of Port Clinton and the late Harley Whiting of Oak Harbor. Survivors include her children Angela (Mark) Youngblood, Roger Wadsworth, Jerry (Danielle) McGlothlin, Robert Weber and Megan (Jason) Crenewelge, all of Texas; Jody (Khristen) McGlothlin of Weatherford, OK; and James McGlothlin of Bellevue; grandchildren Rebecca, Bryan, Skyler and Hayley. Sisters Pat (William) Borsk and Sharon Brown Palacios of Port Clinton; Hayley (Michael) Bou-Sliman of Naples, FL; brothers Dale Whiting of Oak Harbor; John Whiting of Stow, OH; and Dean (Terri) Brown of Castalia and many nieces and nephews. Carol was preceded in death by her father, husband, Earl McGlothin, and brother, Donald Whiting. Private memorial services were held.

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surprised by Mayor Leones veto, and says that We need to find out what the mayor wants to do at this point. There seems to be confusion and needs to be clarity. Councilman Randy Lipstraw fully supports Mayor Leones veto, because using JMB&M is primarily focused on developing hotels and hotel-based resorts, and because he fears that the price tag with JMB&M could go beyond the $25,000. Lipstraw emphasized that he is fully supportive of developing Waterworks Park, but that he does not support pigeon-holing our options into hotels or hotel-type resorts. Lipstraw favors looking at more mixed-use options, and focusing on sustainability and longevity of any waterfront development. Councilman Mike Snider also said he was surprised by the mayors veto. He speculates that the legislation might be reintroduced at Council. Snider believes that the plan to use JMB&M is the right next step in the evolution of Waterworks Park. Snider pointed out that the Waterworks Park area has had many faces over the years, from the time when a river ran through it, to the relocation of the highway and the adding of landfill, to the addition of the baseball field, the transient docks and the improvements in utilities with the Walleye Festival. Snider says that attempts to work out a plan for Waterworks Park internally have not been successful, and that JMB&M has the experience and track record and access to a pool of developers that has worked well with clients in the past. He does not agree that, in this electronic age, a company needs to be local or on site to make recommendations or contacts.

Snider also notes that there is disagreement on Council as to what the public vote five years ago on Waterworks Park actually meant. Some on Council see the vote as a mandate to actively pursue development of the Waterworks Park area and others see it as simply a vote on rezoning. I dont view this as a Republican/Democrat issue, but as a Port Clinton survival issue, said Snider. Wonderful things have been happening in Port Clinton with the Listening Room, the 1812 restaurant, the Wednesday jazz nights at Slaters Pub. The next generation of entrepreneurs needs a catalyst, and that catalyst can be Waterworks Park. Laura Schlachter of Main Street Port Clinton and the Port Clinton Chamber of Commerce is saddened that we arent all coming together on this issue. Main Street Port Clintons desire is to work closely with City Council and City Administration on the redevelopment of our historic downtown. Main Street Port Clinton will support the Citys decision regarding development of our downtown and are excited to play a role in the revitalization of our community. According to Councilwoman Deb Benko, the next step for Waterworks Park is for Port Clinton residents to contact their council representatives with comments and questions. A list of council members, email addresses and phone numbers is on the website at www.portclinton.com. The phone number at City Hall is 419-7345522. The next Port Clinton City Council meeting is Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m., at Port Clinton City Hall, 1868 Perry Street.

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Tickets are now available for the St. Joseph/Marblehead Knights of Columbus Clam Bake and Chicken Dinner to be held Saturday, Oct. 20, from 5- 7:30 p.m. at St. Josephs Church Hall on Barclay St. in Marblehead. This years Clambake will benefit The Danbury Food Pantry. The pantry provides monthly supplemental groceries for low income families in Danbury Township, and also emergency groceries as needed. Distribution is held on the third Saturday of the month at St. Pauls Lutheran Church Hall. This year the pantry has served an average of 52 families per month (up from last year). Tickets are $9.95 for a chicken dinner only, and $19.95 for the clambake which includes: 1 dozen clams, 1/2 chicken, sweet potato, corn on the cob and beverage. Extra clams will be available for purchase as well for $10 a dozen. The chicken dinner includes everything included in the clambake, less the clams.
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Death penalty The death penalty is a provocative action that I have agonized over for most of my seventy-four years. So how could someone like me, who had never before given serious thought to the detailed pros and cons of capital punishment, ever become an advocate for its elimination from Ohio Law? Actually, my recent conversion involved a three-step process: first I was blessed to spend two hours listening to Sister Helen Prejean speak of her lifes work to bring justice to our justice system, second I read Sister Prejeans book Dead Man Walking, and finally, I was personally touched by the incredible story of one innocent man, Mr. Joe DAmbrosio; whose wrongful conviction, death sentence and incarceration on Ohios Death Row robbed him of 22 years of his personal freedom. Grace did all the rest. While on Death Row, Joe DAmbrosio spent his first nine years making attempt, after attempt, after attempt to convince someone on the outside that he had been wrongly convicted. His valiant efforts to get at least one person to believe in his innocence all came up void until he met Father Neil Kookoothe in 1998. Father Neil is a Catholic priest who had previously been a practicing nurse, and who, subsequent to his ordination, became an attorney. At long last Joe had an advocate that not only believed in his innocence, but was ready, willing and able to help wage a fourteenyear legal war to overturn the injustices within our justice system that would ultimately free this innocent man. Once I heard the real-life stories told by this convicted felon and the person most responsible for saving his life, I became absolutely convinced that others must also have an opportunity to listen to these compelling witnesses tell the truth. I was prepared to do whatever I could to help Joe and Father Neil share their stories. And now, I also had a new-found passion to

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BY JOHN SCHAFFNER Candidates for Ottawa County Commissioner Mark Stahl and Jodi Regal made their case before the public Thursday night during the annual Candidates and Issues forum sponsored by the Business and Professional Women and the Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce. The primary source of concern was a $250,000 computer network system recently installed at the Courthouse. Jodi Regal, a Democrat and current Ottawa County Auditor, brought up the issue during the Question and Answer segment of the forum, noting that it was purchased on the state purchasing system and not through Commissioner competitive bidding. She was an- Mark Stahl swered by Commissioner Steve Arndt who stated the lowest bid is not always the best bid. We purchased the previous system by bid and we had problems with it. The new system came with consultants who can fix the problems when they arise. Regal indicated that the new system is wrought with problems. Jodi Regal cited her fiscal experience as a primary reason she should be elected, noting that she knows the County budget better than anyone. She also noted, I do my own research on issues. I listen to people every day. I have a common sense management style. Mark Stahl countered that in the last four years, the County has gone from deficit to surplus thanks in large measure to the tight controls established by himself along with Steve Arndt and Democrat Jim Sass. We have maintained the Countys Bond Rating and promoted effective communications within the courthouse. Arndt echoed Stahl saying that the last four years have been extremely challenging from a fiscal standpoint. Weve experienced a 22% cut in appropriations and our revenues are up only % from 10 years ago. Weve been able to stay afloat through attrition and moving pieces and parts. Also speaking were former Commissioner and State Representative Darrel Opfer in support of Issue 2, a change in the State Constitution to create a bipartisan board to perform the task of redistricting Ohio. Catawba resident Ron Mainous spoke in opposition to Issue 2 stating that the State could be redistricted by unelected individuals who are not accountable. The crowd heard from PC Schools Treasurer Jeff Dornbusch in support of the renewal of a school levy, noting that over the years the millage has been reduced to make certain the amount of money brought in re- Commissioner mains the same. Candidate Dr. Dan Cadigan, a candidate for Jodi Regal County Coroner noted that he was running at the request of local families and Law Enforcement. Ottawa County is our home now, he said. I work here and live here. He promised that he would make certain that three elements would guide him as Coroner, dependability, accessibility and respect to families. Cadigans opponent, current Coroner Dr. Jerome McTague did not attend. Old friends and political rivals Chris Redfern and Randy Gardner also spoke. Redfern is running unopposed for the 89th District Ohio House of Representatives. Gardner is running for the second time to be State Representative, noting that in 27 years in the legislature he has never missed a roll call vote. Steve Levorchik, running unopposed for Sheriff, listed a number of accomplishments that he has undertaken to reduce costs in his office in an attempt to make the Sheriff s office run more like a business.

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The first graders at Immaculate Conception Catholic School have been busy learning their math facts and beginning to read, but this first month of school has also taught them the life lesson of compassion and understanding. Mrs. Rita McNutts first grade class recently visited the Ida Rupp Public Library. During this visit, the class enjoyed a story called A Case for Adventure by Katie Kerr. The book tells a tale of George, who is in the hospital. His days are long and he wishes for a life that he has temporarily had to put on hold due to illness. A lady gifts George with a pillowcase with a jungle scene. Suddenly, George finds himself riding an elephant and exploring the jungle. Everyday thereafter for a week, a new pillowcase and new adventure is given to George. This true story has led to the formation of the Pillowcase Project which has provided more than 210,000 pillowcases to sick children. Kayden Shrader, a first grader in the class, and his sister Emma, a third grader, know all too well how hard it is to have someone close to you fighting a serious illness and sidelined from normal life. Theirs cousin, Devin Kohlman, is a 12 year old who attends Port Clinton Middle School boy and loves sports, video games, dogs, and hanging out with friends. Devin has a brain tumor and is currently undergoing chemotherapy. Devin longs to get back on the football field, but his treatments are expected to take over a year. The story from the library gave the first graders an idea on how to make Devins life a little brighter. With the help of Mrs. McNutt, the class began sewing and creating a variety of differently themed pillow cases for Devin. The entire school and the faculty also sponsored a Buck a Jeans Day where the students were encouraged to dress down for the day in exchange for a donation to Devin and his family to offset the cost of medical bills. The class sent the pillowcases off to Devin with plenty of well wishes and prayers.
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Ottawa County Democrats will feature Pasta, Pumpkins and Politics at their annual dinner on Sunday, Oct. 28. The Keynote speaker will be State Senator Nina Turner, Minority Whip of the Ohio Senate. Turner sees education as a crucial element of economic development and ensuring that everyone is provided with the means by which they can craft a meaningful career. Turner has gained a reputation for being an advocate for workers rights, womens rights and voting rights. She is also a professor of history at Cuyahoga Community College. Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur (Ninth District) and Angela Zimmann, candidate for the Fifth Congressional District, will speak before the meal is served. Other guests will be Jeff Bretz, candidate for State Senate, and Chris Redfern, Chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party and candidate for State Representative. Local candidates on the agenda are JoEllen Regal and John Huffman, candidates for the County Commissioner seats,and Dr. Dan Cadigan, candidate for Coroner. Darrell Opfer will explain how in his opinion voting yes on Issue 2 will create congressional districts for the benefit of people and communities rather than for the interests of political parties. The dinner will take place at the Community Market Hall, 251 W Main Street, Oak Harbor. Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. and pre-dinner snacks will be served. The program begins at 5 p.m. followed by a meal featuring pasta dishes cooked by JoEllen Regal and her volunteer crew. This will be topped off by homemade pumpkin desserts. Contact JoAn Monnett at 419-734-3986 or Mark Mulligan at 419-410-5245 to purchase tickets. Suggested donation is $25 per person. Reservations must be received by Monday, Oct 22. The public is cordially invited to attend. The dinner will be hosted by Ottawa County Recorder Virginia Park and the current and retired staff from her office. Other local Democratic elected officials are assisting with the event and are providing gifts for a silent auction. For additional information, call Virginia Park at 419-7342753.

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. On Oct. 8 the Soroptimist Club in Fremont invited Alicias Voice to speak at Terra State on behalf of domestic violence victims and survivors everywhere. Kathy Newlove, founder of Alicias Voice, detailed the devastating loss of her daughter, Alicia, who was murdered in a domestic violence rampage. Newlove founded Alicias Voice to honor her daughter by helping others deal with and avoid domestic violence. Also speaking on behalf of Alicias Voice was domestic violence survivor Amy Goans of Port Clinton, who gave her own account of how the epidemic of domestic violence has impacted her life. To learn more about Alicias Voice or for information about domestic violence, contact aliciasvoice@yahoo.com, or check the website at www.aliciasvoice.org. Right: Amy Goans of Port Clinton spoke of her own experience Far Right: Alicias Voice board members and survivors

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Tuskeegee Airmam recalls World War II


Dr. Harold Brown, a resident of Catawba who flew with the Tuskeegee Airmen during World War II, spoke to the members of the Port Clinton Kiwanis Club last Wednesday about his experiences. He is holding a model of the P-51 fighter plane with the distinctive red tail that he flew during the war. He was twice shot down by ground fire. The first time he safely crash-landed his plane in friendly territory. The second time he was forced to bail out and was captured, spending the last few months of the war as a Prisoner of War.

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Local residents can participate in individual and family disaster preparedness training through a three-county effort to deliver no-cost CERT training to interested individuals. This 20-hour class will teach residents how to respond in the initial phases of disasters aftermath. The topics covered by this class include family preparedness, fire and utility safety, first aid and triage, simple search and rescue, disaster psychology, and terrorism awareness. Participants will also learn how local CERT teams respond and fit into the local response plan. The classes are open to all residents 16 years of age and older. Erie, Huron, and Ottawa counties have joined forces to enhance and improve the capabilities of their CERT, or Community Emergency Response Teams, and this offering is part of that effort. This program is a part of the Citizen Corps Program sponsored by each countys Emergency Management Agency. The three counties have Community Emer-

gency Response Teams (CERT) that respond locally when disaster strikes. These teams of local individuals help the county EMA do preliminary damage assessment, and provide services to manage and organize spontaneous volunteers and unsolicited donations for disaster victims. They can provide basic first aid, simple search and rescue help, and other tasks that become critical and life-saving after a tornado, flood, or other disaster. CERT works as part of the county Emergency Management Agency and is deployed by that department at the request of first responders and public officials. Basic CERT classes are being offered on Saturdays Oct. 27, Nov. 3, 10 and 17 from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. The location in Port Clinton or Marblehead is to be determined. To register for any of these classes, or for any questions, please call CERT Coordinator Sandy Waggoner or Deb Morris at 419-602-0758 or email your contact information and registration request to deb@ rsassociatesllc.com by Oct. 22.

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Danbury Schools offer yoga and preschooler swim lessons


Danbury Local Schools, through its Community Education Program, will be offering swim lessons to four-year-old preschoolers beginning on Monday, Oct. 29. This swim session will be held Monday through Thursday from 5 to 5:30 p.m. for two weeks. Fee for the eight class session is $28. Registration is required. Class size is limited. The next session of yoga will begin on Monday, Oct. 22, at 5:30 p.m. in Room 21. Fee is $8.00 per class. Learn to reduce stress through proper breathing, stretching and relaxation. Yoga compliments other forms of exercise. Wear loose, comfortable clothes and bring a mat or blanket. No registration is required. Danbury Local Schools also invites the community to take advantage of open swims and swim classes. The schedules for all offerings are available through the website at www.danbury.k12.oh.us under the Community Education tab. To register for classes or for further information, contact Mrs. Henninger after 4 p.m. Monday Thursday at 419-798-5185 or email henningerr@danbury.k12.oh.us.

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Friday, Oct. 26, is the deadline for applicants wishing to participate in the new Marine Mechanics Skills for Life class set to begin Nov. 7. The classes will operate each week, Monday to Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. until March 7. Classes will be at the Ottawa County Community Improvement Corporations (OCIC) offices on Ohio 163 in Oak Harbor. Designed as an open entry and open exit hands-on program, the class will teach participants to master the skills of the marine trade in 16 weeks of classroom and hands-on training. The participant who completes the requirements of this program can work at any marina around the nation. Students are trained in the proper use of all tools used in the marine mechanic industry; in the diagnosis, repair and replacement of all components of outboard motors, stern drive motors; and in the maintenance and repair practices of seasonal marine work. Participants also receive a work ethics certification and First Aid/CPR and boating education certification, provided by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Watercraft Division. Supported by several local marinas, the classes are made possible by a collaborative effort of the Ottawa County Community Improvement Corporation, Penta Career Center, and WSOS Community Action Commission Inc. For more information or to enroll in this program, call George Dupey at 419-3343332.

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Students in Ms. Britta Rowes kindergarten class at the new Bataan Memorial Primary Elementary recently created and wore their chef s hats for a fun lesson. Students made no-bake cookies while learning about reading, math and a little science. Students then got to work in small groups to roll the dough into shapes and dip in powdered sugar. After chilling the cookies during lunch, the class got to taste their creations and review how ingredients and tools are needed to create in the kitchen.

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Nathan Purk of Oak Harbor, along with his teammate Susan Johnson of Bowling Green, finished first in Aerospace at the 62nd Annual National 4-H Engineering Challenge in West Lafayette, Indiana, Sept. 23-25. Aerospace is one of nine contests in the event. The contest included a written exam on aerospace knowledge and rocket parts, building a model rocket from common household and recycled items and then launching the rocket multiple times. The event drew 50 contestants from nine states. All of the contestants had won county and state competitions to qualify for the national event. Purk also competed as a member of first-place Team Ohio in the Engineering Bowl, a quiz bowl style competition requiring quick recall and in-depth knowledge of the nine project areas. Nathan is a sophomore honor student at Oak Harbor High School where he plays trombone in the Rocket Marching and Jazz bands and runs on the cross country and track teams. He is the son of Ron and Joyce Purk. Nathan is a member of the Goal Getters 4-H Club of Ottawa County. Benton-Carroll-Salem Superintendent Guy Parmigian commented, We are very proud of Nathans accomplishments. Nathan is to be commended for his strong work ethic, attention to detail, and motivation for achieving this national recognition.

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INFO: Order from Myra Prokop at 419-798-5101 or Linda Merckens at 419-7329977 Ottawa County Board of Elections meeting WHEN: 1:30 p.m. WHERE: Conference Room at the Board of Elections, Veterans Memorial Building, 844 W. Ohio 163, Oak Harbor Oct. 20 and Ida Rupp Public Library sponsor a free workshop. John Madison with the Frederick Agency will focus on an insurance review for businesses. WHEN: Registration is at 8:30 a.m. with the workshop beginning at 9 a.m. WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library, Port Clinton INFO: To register, contact the Port Clinton Chamber at 419734-5503. Sisters in Sobriety WHAT: Sisters in Sobriety, a womens AA meeting WHEN: Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. WHERE: Sutton Center, 1854 E. Perry, Port Clinton Oct. 24 No registration required. WHEN: Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Oct. 24 and 31, Nov. 7 and 14. INFO: Call Ida Rupp Public Library at 419-732-3212 for more information. Oct. 25

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Rummage sale WHAT: Rummage sale. Food will be available for purchase. Everything will be half price after 1 p.m. WHEN: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. WHERE: St. Paul United Church of Christ, 165 Toussaint Street, Port Clinton INFO: Contact Jackie Timmons at 419-898-2045 or jackieandkyle@hotmail.com Oct. 19

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Spooktacular WHAT: For infants through grade five. Parents must accompany little ghosts and goblins. Trick or treat and ghoulish games in various rooms and cafeteria. Sponsored by PCHS Key Club and National Honor Society. WHEN: 6-7:30 p.m. WHERE: Port Clinton High School INFO: Contact Kathy Miller at 419-734-2147 or for more information Lets Pretend Haunted House WHAT: A program that offers ideas on how to create a haunted house with fun, not frightening, books, songs, props, and haunted house-related activities for a spooktacular time. This program for 3, 4, and 5 year olds (no kindergartners please) is based on imaginary play, stories, and songs. WHEN: 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. WHERE: Ida Rupp Library, Port Clinton INFO: For more information, contact Ida Rupp Public Library at 419-732-3212

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Clam Bake WHAT: St. Joseph/Marblehead Knights of Columbus Clam Bake and Chicken Dinner WHEN: 5- 7:30 p.m WHERE: St. Josephs Church Hall on Barclay St. in Marblehead COST: $9.95 for a chicken dinner only, and $19.95 for the clambake, which includes one dozen clams, 1/2 chicken, sweet potato, corn on the cob and beverage. Extra clams will be available for purchase for $10 a dozen. INFO: Call Bob Wisniewski @ 419 734 5018 or Rich Kulaga @ 419-732-7014 Family Fun Fair WHAT: Ottawa County Family Fun Fair. This free event features activities for children, information for families and free food. WHEN: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHERE: the Genoa Elementary School Cafeteria located at 2820 N. Genoa-Clay Center Rd. in Genoa. INFO: For more information, contact 419 898-3688 ext. 211 or OttawaFCFC@odjfs. state.oh.us Oct. 22

HallowRead WHAT: For preschool and lower elementary age children. All ages welcome with a caregiver. 6:30-Decorate a Cupcake; Get a Tattoo. 7:00-Guest Entertainer, Chip Richter 7:45-Candy and Book Give Away. Wear your Halloween costume. Bring a canned food donation to give back to our community. WHEN: 6:30-8 p.m. WHERE: Ida Rupp Public Library, Port Clinton INFO: Call Ida Rupp Public Library at 419-732-3212 for more information go to http://www.idarupp.org/ content/hallowread Fish Fry WHAT: Fish Fry, serving Lake Erie yellow perch sandwiches & dinners. Dine in or carry out. WHEN: 4 - 7:30 p.m. WHERE: American Legion Post #114, Oak Harbor INFO: Call 419-898-5888 for more information Pet Food Drive WHAT: Danbury PTCO food and pet food drive to help Danbury Food Pantry and Danbury PAWS. Donations of non-perishable food and bags of dog or cat food and cat litter WHEN: 7-9 p.m., at the last Danbury home football game. WHERE: Biro Field, Marblehead Tailgate Party WHAT: D Clubs first ever tailgate party. Soups and sandwiches for sale to raise money for the Danbury football program. WHEN: 5-6:30 p.m. WHERE: Biro Field, Marblehead Annual Ham Loaf Sale WHAT: Taking orders for the annual Ham Loaf sale by the St. John Lutheran Women of the ELCA. When ordering, leave your name, phone number and number of packages desired. This fundraiser benefits several local and Lutheran charities. WHEN: Order until Oct. 19 WHERE: Orders to be picked up on Saturday, Oct. 20, at St. John Lutheran Church, 117 Stone Street, Marblehead, between 9 and 10:30 a.m. COST: $7 for four loaves

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Community Halloween Party WHAT: Festivities include a costume parade, games and crafts, and plenty of food. Youth are coming together from area schools to prepare their fright night fun in the basement. New this year will be a puppet show reminding everyone about the good news of Gods love. A special gift from St. John Lutheran, Marblehead, and a bag of treats will go home with each person. WHEN: 6:00 7:30 p.m WHERE: St. Paul Lutheran Church, 541 Church Road, Lakeside Marblehead INFO: Call 419-734-1662 Babies and Books WHAT: 20-25 minutes of stories, songs, finger plays, and rhymes for children ages 6 months to 23 months with caregiver. In the morning only, play and social time will follow for those who participate in the program.

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Free exercise class WHAT: Free exercise class on Mondays. Joe Kovach, COTA Rehabilitation Director at Edgewood Manor Health & Rehabilitation Center in Port Clinton, is the instructor. The class is open to the public and is geared for those 55 and older. WHEN: 2 p.m. WHERE: Community Center at the Vineyard on Catawba INFO: call The Vineyard at 419-797-3100. Tales for Toddlers WHAT: 30 minutes of stories, songs, and finger plays intended for children ages 2 and 3 with a caregiver. No registration required. WHEN: Mondays at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., Oct. 22 and 29 and Nov. 5 and 12. INFO: Call Ida Rupp Public Library at 419-732-3212 for more information. Oct. 23

Customer Appreciation
Catering For All Occasions
Lunches to Go $5.50
Every Monday - Small Soup FREE with Lunch Purchase Mon., Oct. 22 Chicken Stir Fry OR Sweet Sour Pork - Rice Egg Rolls - Pudding Tues., Oct. 23 Baked Ham OR Ham Loaf Au Gratin Potatoes Vegetable - Apple Sauce Roll & Butter Wed., Oct. 24 Strip Steak Twice Baked Potato Tossed Salad-Roll & Butter Thur., Oct. 25 Stuffed Pork Chop Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Vegetable - Roll & Butter Fri., Oct. 26 Lake Erie Yellow Perch Sandwich OR Jumbo Breaded Shrimp French Fries - Cole Slaw Roll & Butter with Dinner
Additional items available. Substitutions may be made without notice.

Sunday, Oct 28th

CO L L E C T I O N October 20th
9 a.m. until 12 p.m.
NO BUSINESSES PERMITTED
This event is for residents of Ottawa, Sandusky and Seneca Counties, including all residents of Bellevue & Fostoria. Residents will be charged a small fee to recycle tires. Prices are listed below.

11am-3pm

FREE
Hot Dogs Soup Chips & Drink

Type of Tire
Car & small truck tires Racing tires

Price per Tire


$0.50 $2.00

Limit: 10 tires per household Accepting tires on or off the rim NO Tractor / Semi Tires will be accepted
Ottawa County - Ottawa Co. Fairgrounds, W. St. Rt. 163, Oak Harbor Sandusky County - Sandusky Co. Fairgrounds, N. parking lot 712 North St., Fremont Seneca County - Seneca Co. Ag. Service Center, 3140 S. St. Rt. 100, Tiffin

Oct. 23

with a non-perishable food item for the

Workshop on Business Insurance WHAT: The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce

141B Maple Street Port Clinton 419.734.1955

Holiday Bureau
New Patients Welcome!

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physical medicine & rehab


Sonya Kuhar, MD
Physiatrist Board Eligible in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Dr. Kuhar will be joining the practice of Christopher Parnell, DO, and is on the medical staff of Firelands Regional Medical Center. She will also be seeing patients in the Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation unit and the Spine Center. Dr. Kuhar will help patients achieve maximal restoration of physical, psychological, social, and vocational function through comprehensive rehabilitation and pain management. Special interests within her field include: Spinal cord injury Traumatic brain injury Stroke care Spasticity management Trigger point injections Amputee care Prosthetics & Orthotics Electrodiagnosis (EMG/NCS) Life Outside the Office Dr. Kuhar is married and has a son and daughter. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family playing games, traveling, swimming, and watching movies. She also likes to cook, crochet and work on craft projects.

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Firelands Physician Group is a multi-specialty group providing primary care and specialty care services to the surrounding region.

For an appointment call: 419-557-6785. 1912 Hayes Ave., Sandusky Office hours also available at: 3960 Harbor Light Landing, Port Clinton

10A Thursday, October 18, 2012

The Beacon

FOOD SPECIALS
AFTER 4 PM
MONDAYS
$5 Burger & Fries after 4pm $16.99 All-youcan-eat ribs

TUESDAYS
$5 Wraps & $2 Off Fajitas

WEDNESDAYS
10 for $5 Wings & $2 Off Pasta

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October 19 & 20
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$10 cover charge or hotel/dinner/show packages available


Richard Leigh is a 3-time Grammy Award nominee and Grammy Award winner for Dont It Make My Brown Eyes Blue; hes a 2-time CMA Award nominee and CMA Award winner; hes one of only 10 to receive ASCAPs Song Of The Century Award; hes an ACM and NSAI Award winner for Somewhere In My Broken Heart; hes had 8 #1 singles, and his songs have sold in excess of 50-Million records. He is a 1994 inductee of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.

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Celebrity Server Night


HALLOWEEN CONTEST The Late Show
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SATURDAY: Big Ten Network College SUNDAY: NFL Football $1 drafts Wine Tasting Friday
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Monday Tuesday Burger & Chips 40 Wings $4.50 Thursday Wednesday Steak & Shrimp $15 Fish Fry $9.99 Saturday Prime Rib Special Friday $15 Chicken & Rib $15 Sunday Bloody Mary Bar 11 AM - 4 PM $4.50

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Jazz Night
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Redskins lose tough contest to Perkins, 46-0


BY YANEEK SMITH Its been a tough season for the Port Clinton Redskins thus far, and Friday didnt make things any easier. Going up against the Perkins Pirates, Port Clinton fell 46-0 to the top team in the Sandusky Bay Conference. Perkins was able to dictate the flow of the game and score a number of points in its dominant victory. With the win, the Pirates improve to 7-1 overall and 5-0 in the SBC while the Skins fall to 1-7 overall and 0-5 in the league. Perkins quarterback Brandon Smith completed 15-of-20 passes for 249 yards and four touchdowns. As a team, the Pirates rushed for 184 yards. Austin Sparks had 71 yards on the ground and one touchdown and Mitch Benkey added 60 yards and two scores. Port Clintons offense was held in check, accounting for only 73 yards. Quarterback Addison Rospert, who suffered a thigh bruise last week against St. Mary CC, was limited by his injury Unfortunately, injuries to several key players have held the Skins back this season. I think we see progress and once you start to get excited about things, someone else gets hurt, said Port Clinton head coach Toby Hammond. Its just tough on the kids. Theyre not stupid, they know were losing some of our better players and were forced to play kids that arent ready to play Friday night, theyre more used to Saturday morning, but thats all we got. It was fun the kids played hard, they took to the coaching and they gave it everything they got. I was really proud of the way the kids played. Hammond, whose squad has played against the likes of Genoa and Delphos St. Johns, a Division VI powerhouse, said that Perkins may very well be the best team the Skins have faced all season. This week, the Skins host Huron, who is 5-3 overall and 3-2 in the SBC. The Tigers, who defeated Margaretta 35-0 last week, run a spread offense that is led by quarterback Cody Thompson. Thompson, who can cause damage in the air and on the ground, threw for 309 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another on the ground this week. Wide receiver Aaron Driftmyer, one of Thompsons primary targets, had touchdown receptions of 41 and 56 yards, respectively. Were out-manned and its going to be very difficult to beat them, Hammond said, but we can compete.

SPORTS

Thursday, October 18, 2012 1B

There wasnt much room for Addison Rospert to run last Friday night.

Keegan Lowe wraps up Perkins ball carrier Friday night.

ALL PHOTOS BY BILL MIGALA

Redskins Boys Golf takes SBC to highlight outstanding season


BY JOHN SCHAFFNER In a tight season race for the top spot in the Sandusky Bay Conference, the Port Clinton Redskin golf team, coached by Rick Dominick and assisted by Phillip Bolte, came away with the season championship. According to Dominick, their 12-2 season was the first time the PC golf team won the Conference, the County championship and the Sectional Tournament all in the same season. They won both the season-long SBC title as well as the Sandusky Bay Conference Tournament title in the championship held at Maumee Bay State Park links. The 2012 squad was led by Joey Kurtz (80.25/18 holes), Shane Meek (83.88/18 holes), Jason Mueller (86.63/18 holes) and Sean Black (89.88/18 holes). Other members of the team included Austin Krupp, Mitchell Mueller, Collin Schmitt, Ashton Barton and Steven Kast. The team finished first out of 12 teams at the Sectional held Sept. 27 at Sawmill Creek in Huron, and second out of nine teams at the District, losing a trip to State on a tie breaker.

Tailgating at Danbury
The D-Club is hosting the first Tailgate Event at Danbury High School on Oct. from 5 - 6:30 p.m., prior to the last football game of the season. They will be selling soup and sandwiches along with some Danbury items. The D-club hopes to host Tailgate Events for all next years home football games to help raise money for the Danbury football programs to help pay for new equipment and other needed items. They will also be hosting other events throughout the year to help promote team support and community spirit for all the players and the Danbury football program.

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2B Thursday, October 18, 2012

WARNING

SPORTS
BY YANEEK SMITH Behind a balanced offensive attack that saw them rush for 159 yards and pass for 164, the Ottawa Hills Green Bears defeated Danbury 45-22. Quarterback Jonathan Rodriguez completed 12-of-18 passes for 138 yards and three touchdowns and was able to spread the ball around to five different receivers, three of whom caught touchdowns. Cole Ferguson had five catches for 54 yards and a score and Dillon Overmyer and Lucas Janowicz had two catches apiece for 44 and 45 yards, respectively. Running back Judah Wollenburg carried the ball seven times for 87 yards and a score and also threw a touchdown himself. The Bears scored a touchdown in the first quarter but pushed the lead to 31-0 at the half by scoring 24 points in the second period. In the second half, however, the Lakers, playing without several key linemen, battled back, outscoring the Bears 2214. We played well in the first quarter, said Danbury head coach Bryan Dudash. We had a fourth-and-1 and fumbled the snap and gave them good field position (and) our kicking game failed us . We had a poor punt that gave them good field position. In the second half, our guys didnt quit, we were down 30 points and we played hard. It was nice to get some points on the board and make some plays. Quarterback Brandon Bahnsen, who moved from running back to take over under center, was magnificent, completing 6-of-10 passes for 182 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Wide receiver Jim Chambers had six receptions for 199 yards and two touchdowns, falling just short of the schools single-game receiving record. Bahnsen also did some damage on the ground, running 17 times for 87 yards and a score while Taylor Molar carried the ball 13 times for 75 yards.

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SPECIAL FIRING NOTICE 2012

Danbury falls to Ottawa Hills, 45-22

THE GOVERNMENT DESIGNATED DANGER ZONES OFF THE SHORES OF CAMP PERRY AND THE ERIE INDUSTRIAL PARK CONTINUES TO BE USED FOR FIRING OF LARGE CALIBER INERT ARTILLERY, ANTIAIRCRAFT WEAPONS, SMALL ARMS AND OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ACTIVITIES. RESTRICTED ENTRY AS PROVIDED BY TITLE 33, UNITED STATES CODE IS BEING ENFORCED. ALL PERSONS MUST STAY CLEAR OF THESE ZONES DURING PERIODS OF FIRING ACTIVITY. BOATERS, FISHERMEN, AND AIRCRAFT PILOTS SHOULD REFER TO THE NOAA MARINE NAVIGATIONAL CHART #14830 AND THE DETROIT AIR SECTIONAL CHART RESPECTIVELY FOR EXACT BOUNDARIES. THE CAMP PERRY STROBE LIGHT LOCATED AT 41 0 32' 15" N AND 0830 01' 00" W WILL BE ACTIVATED AND RED RANGE FLAGS DISPLAYED DURING CONDUCT OF FIRING. ALL PERSONS MUST STAY OUTSIDE THE BOUNDARIES MARKED AS RANGE "DANGER ZONE I" AND RANGE "DANGER ZONE II", SHOWN ON THE CHART (CAMP PERRY FIRING RANGE) A IT ACHED HERETO. THESE BOUNDARIES AFFECT TWO DANGER ZONES: LAKE ERIE DANGER ZONE I EXTENDS 3.5 MILES OFFSHORE INCLUDING THE AIRSPACE TO 5,000' ABOVE GROUND LEVEL (AGL) AND MAY BE IN USE BETWEEN 6 A.M. AND 6 P.M. DAILY, INCLUDING WEEKENDS, DURING THE ENTIRE CALENDAR YEAR OF 2012. LAKE ERIE DANGER ZONE II EXTENDS 10 MILES OFFSHORE INCLUDING THE AIRSPACE TO 23,000' AGL. FIRING IN THIS ZONE IS NORMALLY CONDUCTED BETWEEN 8 A.M. AND 5 P.M., MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. EXTENSION TO THESE HOURS WILL BE PUBLISHED UNDER A SEPARATE NOTICE. DURING THE BOATING SEASON, THESE ZONES ARE NORMALLY MARKED WITH ORANGE AND WHITE BUOYS BEARING THE WORDS "RANGE DANGER ZONE". THE 2012 RANGE ACTIVITY WILL NOT REQUIRE THE TOTAL USE OF DANGER ZONE II. CONSEQUENTLY, A MODIFIED DANGER ZONE II FOR 2012 WILL BE IDENTIFIED BY A SERIES OF 14 BUOYS PLACED ON A WEST TO EAST LINE, APPROXIMATELY TWO AND ONE-HALF MILES SOUTH OF USCG BUOYS A, B AND C. THE BUOYS WILL BE NUMBERED JI-32 THROUGH II-19 (FROM WEST TO EAST). THE AREA NORTH OF THIS LINE OF BUOYS WILL BE SAFE FOR MARINERS DURING PERIODS OF FIRING INTO DANGER ZONE II (SEE CHART). MARINERS DESIRING GENERAL INFORMATION ON NAVIGATION OR PUBLIC USE OF THESE ZONES SHOULD CONTACT THE CAMP PERRY RANGE SAFETY OFFICE ON MARINE VHF CHANNEL 16, OR TELEPHONE 614-336-6203/6245 OR 419-635-4021 EXT. 6203/6245 FOR SPECIFIC FIRING SCHEDULES. FOR RANGE EMERGENCIES ONLY CALL 614- 336-6262 OR 419-635-4021 EXT. 6262.

Danburys Caleb Gerber forces Ottawa Hills running back Will Longthorne towards the sidelines. Despite suffering their fourth consecutive loss, there are some positives the Lakers can take away from this game. This game was much more competitive than their three previous losses, and the offense showed some promise this time around. And Danbury also finishes the season with two winnable games as they host Gibsonburg (3-5, 3-2 TAAC) and travel to Hilltop (2-6, 0-5 TAAC). For the first time in 12 years, the Lakers were able to field a junior varsity squad and won 16-8, a testament to the job done by Dudash and former head coach Tim Heffernan, who is currently an assistant with the team. Since they took over the program, the school has seen the numbers for the football program rise significantly, not just in high school but also in the lower levels. Our team has done a good job of working with our younger kids, said Dudash. (The seniors) have done a good job of encouraging the guys of working before and after practice. Were going to get 10-12, maybe 14

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kids from the eighth grade. Up until Coach Hep took over, there was a lot of turnover in the ranks. Weve stressed having continuity with our coaches. Weve had meeting with some of our younger kids, (and) if we can start developing kids in fourth and fifth grade, we can actually have a program here at Danbury. We can start winning. This week, the Lakers host Gibsonburg, who has won three straight games after starting the season 0-5. The Golden Bears, who defeated Hilltop 54-20 last week, have played very well as of late, highlighted by their 7-0 victory over Toledo Christian two weeks ago. Gibsonburg, which runs a spread offense, is led by sophomore quarterback Matt Tille, who, in the Bears 57-7 win over Cardinal Stritch earlier in the season, accounted for seven touchdowns (three passing, four rushing). If the Lakers are to have any chance of defeating Gibonsburg, theyll have to keep Tille in check.

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Clyde routs Oak Harbor, 68-21


BY YANEEK SMITH To give you an idea of the complexion of Fridays game between Clyde and Oak Harbor, consider the following: The Fliers opened the game with an onside kick, which they recovered, and scored 28 points in the first quarter. That was just a microcosm of the contest between the two teams, which ended in a 68-21 Clyde victory. There were two specific things that the Fliers did to take control of the game early and sustain it throughout: (1) run the ball and (2) play good, sound defense. Clyde running back Brad Smith, last years Sandusky Bay Conference Player of the Year, had an incredible performance, running for 378 yards on 31 carries and six touchdowns, breaking the school record for the single-game rushing mark. Clydes first drive covered 50 yards in seven plays and ended when quarterback Tim Hoppe scored on a one-yard sneak. Alex Medleys extra point made it 7-0 and the Fliers never looked back. After forcing a punt, the Fliers got a good punt return and started at the Oak Harbor 46-yard-line. Smith took over from there, scoring on a run that saw him break several tackles and set the tone for what was to come throughout the evening. Later, Rocket linebacker Kaleb Maguire intercepted a pass at the Flier 36 to set Oak Harbors offense up and they responded with quarterback Austin Wiegand hitting Cliff Biggert from 20 yards out before Jourdan Maguires extra point cut the deficit to 13-7. But another long run by Smith, this one a 65-yarder, pushed the lead to 19-7 and a two-point conversion made it 21-7. The Fliers scored another touchdown to go up 28-7 just before the end of the first quarter. With the win, the Fliers improve to 4-4 overall and 3-2 in the Sandusky Bay Conference. The Rockets fall to 6-2 and 4-1 in the league. We got beat in every phase of the game, not only offensively and defensively but special teams, also said Oak Harbor head coach Mike May. They got the momentum early and we never recovered. Weve got to move on (from this) and keep working. Oak Harbors rushing attack was held in check as Mark Konieczy ran for 42 yards on 17 carries. The Rockets were able to do some damage through the air as Wiegand completed 7-of-13 passes for 118 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. A.J. Cecil caught two passes for 63 yards and a score and also scored on an end around from 36 yards out. Oak Harbor, which has two games remaining, hosts St. Mary Central Catholic next week. The Panthers, who are 2-6 overall and 1-4 in the SBC, lost to Edison, 63-39, last week. They are led by running back Brandon Green, who rushed for 240 yards on 34 carries and three touchdowns in SMCCs 34-26 win over Port Clinton two weeks ago. Panthers quarterback Alex Guerra and his brother, Adam, a wide receiver, form a potent duo that could cause some problems for the Oak Harbor defense. After a slow start to their season, SMCC has come on strong as of late, defeating Port Clinton two weeks ago before putting up 39 points on the Chargers last week. If the Rockets are to win this game, theyll have to hold Green and the Panther rushing attack in check.

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Joyful Connections announces that the winning team of the first ever Family Frenzy was the Oak Harbor Knights of Columbus. Winning team members were Father David Ritchie, Bill Eberle, John Madison, Tom Durbin and Tim Kuhn. Family Frenzy was played much like the game show Family Feud. Emcees for the evening were Judge Kathleen Giesler and Robert Bratton, Chief of Police for the Village of Genoa. The Ottawa County Commissioners made a guest appearance as the Xs. The other teams competing were: Ottawa County Job & Family Services, Custom Canvas, Leadership Ottawa County Class of 2007 & Friends and the High Fives from RVI. The Oak Harbor Knights of Columbus also won the Funny Hat Contest. St. Boniface Catholic Church in Oak Harbor, St. Johns Lutheran Church in Oak Harbor, the National Bank of Ohio and Northern Manufacturing were sponsors for the event. All proceeds benefitted Joyful Connections, whose mission is to provide a healthy, safe, and home-like environment where children can interact with family members in a non-judgmental setting.

If you work for a medium-size or large organization, you may well be entering that time of year known as Open Enrollment. Depending on how your organization administers its benefits program, you may be able to make changes to several important areas during open enrollment. Here are three of them: Life insurance If your employer offers free or inexpensive life insurance, you should almost certainly accept it. But if your situation has changed since you first received life insurance as an employee benefit you may well need to supplement your employers policy with outside insurance. Also, make sure the beneficiary designations on your employers policy are still correct. Disability insurance Almost everyone recognizes the need for life insurance. But thats not necessarily the case with disability insurance which is unfortunate,

because a workers chance of becoming disabled is 2 to 3.5 times greater than dying, according to A.M. Best, the credit-rating company. 401(k) plan If you can make changes to your 401(k) or other employer-sponsored plan, youll want to consider two key areas: your contribution amount and your investment mix. As a general rule, its a good idea to contribute as much as you can afford to your retirement plan because your money can grow on a tax-deferred basis. So, if you can afford it, or if youre anticipating a salary increase for next year, consider bumping up your retirement plan contribution. You should have several weeks in which to study your benefit plan options, so take the time you need to make the right choices. This is Gary Coon, your Edward Jones financial advisor located in Port Clinton.

Real Estate Transfers


Allen Twp.
10-3-12 Federal Home Mortgage Association to Cassandra and Lori Bowers, 4074 North Reiman Road, $78,000. North State Route 590, $70,522.

Danbury Twp.
10-1-12 Gribble Insurance Agency to William D. and Margaet M. Geer, Unit A-8 East Harbor Condo, $39,900. 10-1-12 Hammer Family Limited partnership to Jeffrey and Mary Stockton, 521 Park Row, $555,000. 10-2-12 Barry W. and Linda Ingham and Nancy J. and Bryon G. Day to Richard J. and Patrice O. Kihlken, 327 North Channel Grove Road, $210,000. 10-4-12 Douglas Y. and Holly B. Wang to John and Mary Jude Pakiela, 132 4th Street, $380,000. 10-5-12 Michael J. and Patricia A. Speck to Kenneth A. and Amy M. Fisher, 431 Erie Beach Road, $219,000. 10-8-12 Michael J. and Rose Marie T. Monaco to David Soederstorm, 2132 South Emerald Shores, $252,500.

Elmore
10-1-12 Jonathan A. and Kathy Ann Pietrowski to Jason R. and Ashley R. Kaylor, 208 Fremont Street, $109,000. 10-8-12 Fannie Mae to Justin L. VanNess and Katelynn S. Vokoun, 429 Toledo Street, $109,900.

Catawba Twp.
10-2-12 Dorothy M. Kuhn to John L. and Patricia M. Wilson, 5972 Poplar, $134,000. 10-3-12 James S. and Paula J. Pascarella to Martin R. and Kimberly S. Finn, 5782 Lakeview Drive, $194,000.

Marblehead Corp.
10-1-12 Nathan R. and Mandi B. Myser to Gerald G. and Patricia V. Schoenen, 10654 East Bayshore #64, $175,000. 10-9-12 Alexander and Jane H. Lagusch to Joseph and Kelly George, 2295 Confederate Drive, $490,000. 10-11-12 Betsy Owens to Michael and Cindy Groetz, 702 Harsh Road, $165,000.

Bay Twp.
10-2-12 US Bank National Association to Pamela and Terry Wiechman, 2646 South Mulcahy Road, $52,000. 10-2-12 Fannie Mae to Jason R. Kolodziejczyk and Bethony D. Preston, 1570 West Wilcox Road, $240,000. 10-5-12 Rose M. Ceccoli to Robert Burton, 1198 South Schau Road, $31,000. 10-5-12 Gary E. and Sylvia C. Witt to RBS Citizens, 605 Tiffin Road, $86,667.

10-11-12 Colleen Madison to Lindsay Gdovicak, 302 East 6th Street, $63,000. 10-12-12 Timothy R. Royster to Bank of America, 211 Harrison Street, $33,334. 10-12-12 First Federal Bank of the Midwest to R Development, LLC, 106 West Perry Street, $60,000.

Carroll Twp.
10-2-12 Carolyn A. King to Malcolm R. Farrant, Unit 4060 Wild Wings, $11,500. 10-8-12 Lawrence Virgil St. Clair and Annette C. Hatfield to David Miller, 4216 North State Route 2, new split $146,730.

Erie Twp.
10-4-12 RAG and Associates LLC to David Stokly, 1104 Tettau Road, $22,000.

Portage Twp.
10-9-12 David and Jenni Dillon to Mark and Pamela Bellamy, 2333 East Sand Road, $248,000. 10-12-12 Susan Johnson to Thomas and Rita Loesser, 3720 East Aqua Aire Drive, Unit 323, $38,000.

Genoa
10-5-12 John A. et al to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, 13 North Railroad Street, $26,667.

Oak Harbor
10-4-12 Judith K. and Peter McAlenney et al to Elwood G. and Karen A. Johns, 417 Country Meadows Drive, $176,000.

Clay Twp.
10-10-12 Zeller Farms, Inc to Judith A. Gniewkowski and Ronald L. Zeller, West Reiman Road, vacant land $57,000. 10-12-12 Claudette and Jack Allred to The Bank of New York Mellon, 1850 North Nissen Road, $106,667.

Harris Twp.
10-2--12 Roberta L. Fulkert to Sean P. Keefe, 18746 West State Route 105, $136,000. 10-12-12 Jeffrey M. and Teresa M. Schirm to Wesley A. Hymore, 2901 Walnut Hill Drive, $80,000.

Put In Bay Corp.


10-4-12 Donald O. Thwaite to CBS Investments, LLC, 213 Bay View Avenue, $1,090,000.

Benton Twp.
10-2-12 Beth A. Keeler et al to Robert A. and Brenda V. Blausey, Towbridge Road, vacant land $14,500. 10-5-12 James R. Bagrowski to Margaret D. Blair, 3383

Port Clinton City


10-3-12 Jackie R. Rolen Jr. et al to JP Morgan Chase Bank, 612 Pearl Street, $40,000. 10-5-12 Orville E. Williams and J. Kristopher Shope to Janice Snyder, 816 East Third Street, $47,000.

Salem Twp.
10-10-12 Marvin D. Bruning to Kathleen L. Starkey, 241 North Behlman Road, $18,000.

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EASY ONE-LEVEL LIVING Attractive, nicely remodeled 2 BR 1 BA home. Blocks to all conveniences. Great back yard! Call for DEANNA JOHNSON.

GREEN COVE 2nd story condowith 30 ft. dock, panoramic channel view. Fully furnished, with sleepers loft. Call for AL STRYKER.

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COMMERCIAL BUILDING, downtown Port Clinton. Approx. 9500 sq. ft. banquet hall, bar, complete kitchen hookups, 6 one BR apts. Great investment opportunity! $199,000. www.221Madison.com DEBI BENTLAGE 419-276-7755

ALL BRICK 3 roomy BR, 1.5 BA, den, fireplace, 2.5 car garage, corner lot in PC. Like new, just move in. Priced to sell $139,500 Call LEN PARTIN or GLENDA WARD 419-356-8777.

SUMMER GET-A-AWAY or year round cottage close to the lake marinas and Lakeside. Screened in porch. Call RUTH DOUGLAS 419-202-0029.

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Thursday, October 18, 2012 5B

OAR Presidents Sales Club Award winner named


Alex Morgan Johnson, Broker Associate, QSC & REALTOR, with Real Living Morgan Realty Group, Port Clinton, has been named Ohio Association of REALTORS (OAR) Presidents Sales Club Award Winner 2012. Alex Morgan Johnson was presented this designation in recognition of her outstanding sales achievement. Alex Morgan Johnson is a member of the Firelands Association of REALTORS, Ohio Association of REALTORS and the National Association of REALTORS.

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Wonderful cabin w/open floor plan & private marina. 25 feet of dockage w/direct access to Sandusky Bay. 1st floor master bedroom and loft sleeps 4. Large front deck, storage under the deck (23X8) and a storage shed. Large front deck, storage under the deck (23X8) and a storage shed.

Golden i hosts Lori Bonn


Golden i Jewelry & Design has won a national Bonn Bon contest, and will be hosting Lori Bonn, founder and designer of Bonn Bons slide charms, from noon until 5 p.m. on Oct. 20. Iris Stephenson, owner of Golden I, will greet customers for a jungle-themed afternoon of cocktails, shopping , games and giveaways. There will be drawings every 15 minutes, with a$125value grand prize drawing. Lisa Sapp of Mutachs Market will present a wine tasting. Tiffanys Sweet Creations of Marblehead will provide desserts. Golden i is located at 5681 East Harbor Road, Marblehead. For more information, call 419-960-7401.

Pointe Falls Community Dockage Available Well Maintained Completely Furnished Gated Community, Pool Playground, Tennis Court $210,000

2220 COMMODORE
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Free basic estate planning service for Ottawa veterans


The Ottawa County Veterans Service Office has teamed up with Gallon, Takacs, Boissoneault & Schaffer Co., L.P.A., for a one-day Basic Estate Planning event. This event is free of charge. Basic Estate Planning services being offered include: Simple Will, Living Will, and Durable Power of Attorney for health care. These services will be available at the Ottawa County Veterans Service Office on Tuesday, Oct. 23, and are provided by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, contact the Ottawa County Veterans Service Office at 419-898-2089 or toll free within Ottawa County at 800-610-8872 or visit the office at 8444 Ohio163, Suite 102, Oak Harbor.
$148,000.

2439 S BROOK CIRCLE


30 Dock at the end of street New Roof Large Back Deck Large open living area Attached two car garage $259,000

PORT CLINTON. 248-F LAKESHORE. WATERFRONTS II.


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Ranch 2BR, 1BA on 1 acre close to G TIN marina. Fine features LIS NEW are new energy efficient furncace and air, partial basement, attached garage, patio for entertaining, solar shed for energy savings, and storage shed. This wont last long at $129,500 Swim, Boat, Lakeside activities, Marblehaed ING IST shops all come to mind as you WL NE can wall to all four from this well-built Ken Cleveland Home. Fine Feature are 2 BR, 2 BA, 2 car garage and too many amenities to mention, large rear entertaining deck. Low HOA fee includes mowing, clubhouse, walking trails, and snow removal. Only $127,900. Did I mention a peak of Lake Erie from home? Furnished 2BR/2BA 1st NT Floor Condo with 30 RO ERF dock overlooking marina T WA leading to Lake Erie, and in-ground pool just a few steps away. This ground floor unit includes all appliances, all furnishings, and private patio for entertaining. $159,900 (Port Clinton)

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What a deal! Just OR a small boat ride FLO to Lake Erie. This ST FIR 2BR/2BA first floor condo feature natural day light, open floor plan leading to private patio overlooking marina and lake with dockage at your door close to parks, ferry, stores, and restaurants. $164,900 Rocky Mountain high panoramic view of Lake Erie and executive golf course. Close to Marblehead shops, Lakeside, Marinas and the best beach on the Great Lakes. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, large garage, and pool. Only $184,900! (Marblehead)

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Panoramic view of West G Harbor! This custom built TIN LIS 4,000 plus sq. ft. stone NEW 4 BR residence features 1,206 feet of water frontage, wrap around deck w. hot tub, Chefs kitchen, modernized appliances, granite counters, fireplaces, master suite, guest loft with private bath, and bonus room. Park the cars in the attached garage and the water toys in your private marina. $665,000 (Catawba Island) Beautiful waterfront home features views of Sandusky Bay, 70 dock at your door, 3238 Sq. Ft., Brazilian cherry flooring, and woodwork, Marble tile, gas fireplace, custom wet bar, and Upper and Lower Level Porches for entertaining and watching the sunrise. Schedule your tour today! $439,000 (Marblehead)

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SKIPPER MARINE OF OHIO DBA MARINA DEL ISLE will hold a public sale of three (3) boats on Friday, October 26, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. The sale will be held at SkipperBuds Marina Del Isle, 6081 E. Harbor Road, Marblehead, Ohio 43440. The boats being sold are: 1985 Sea Ray 260 Sundancer, a 1990 Regal 290 Commodore and a 1990 20 Bayliner Capri. For more information, call (419) 732-2587.

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Admiralty 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom luxury condo. No smoking. Partially furnished. Lake view. One or Two year lease. $750 Month plus electric. 419798-5820. Condo at Waterfront Port Clinton. Rent now through May. Fully furnished. $500/Month plus utilities. Gas heat. Two bedroom Two bathroom. Washer/dryer. No pets. 419-2627032. Green Cove Condo For Rent. One bedroom furnished Green Cove condo on Lake Erie. Updated this year with new furnishings and flooring. First floor unit with fully enclosed porch. $550 per month excluding utilities. Great fishing. Close to Davis Bessie. Call 419-898-3777.

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HARBORSIDE WATERFRONT CONDO WITH 30 DEEDED BOAT SLIP AND 23 TIARA SPORT BOAT FOR SALE!!! Top Floor, 2 BD, 2 BA, Townhouse Condo with Spectacular View of Marina and Portage River Boat Traffic. Back View of Lake Erie Islands. New Berber Carpet, Floors and Blinds with Newer Appliances. Walking Distance to Jet Express Dock and Port Clinton Downtown. Includes 23 Tiara/Slickcraft Powerboat, 30 Deeded Dock and Paid Inside Winter Storage. $149,900. Call 757-567-7053.

Furnished 1 Bedroom/ 1 Bath. Marblehead. Washer & Drier will allow one pet, Water View, Boat Dock. $725 plus utilities. 423223-5865. In Marblehead, OH. 2 Bedroom. Large Lot with Lake view. $575 a month. Plus utilities. 937429-0990.

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COTTAGE FOR RENT
YEAR-ROUND RENTAL IN LAKESIDE-MARBLEHEAD. Furnished efficiency cottage with loft and patio in Marblehead. Close to restaurants , ferry and Lakeside. $500 per month plus electricity. No smoking. No pets. Security deposit and references required. Available November 1. Call 419.341.4110.

CLASSIFIEDS
2012 Federal Postal Positions NOW HIRING! $13.00-$36.50+/ hr., Full Benefits/Paid Training. No Experience/Call Today! 1-800-593-2664 x141. NOW HIRING: Employees needed to assemble products at home. No selling, any hours. $500 weekly potential. Info. 1-985-646-1700 Dept. MAC6811. WORK EASY PLAY HARD! Looking for outgoing energetic girls & guys to travel the USA! $500 sign-on bonus. No experience necessary. Call today! 800-2508975. READERS & MUSIC LOVERS. 100 Greatest Novels (audio books) ONLY $99.00 (plus s&h) Includes MP3 Player & Accessories. BONUS: 50 Classical Music Works & Money Back Guarantee. Call Today! 1-877-4079404. ATTENTION SLEEP APNEA SUFFERERS with Medicare. Get FREE CPAP Replacement Supplies at NO COST, plus FREE home delivery! Best of all, prevent red skin sores and bacterial infection! Call 888-440-8352

Thursday, October 18, 2012 7B


ROOFING: NEW TECHNOLOGY. State of the art. Seamless & Warranties. Contractors Welcome. Low Investment. We Train. 610-593-5948, ext. 4. MAKE PRINT & ONLINE ADVERTISING WORK FOR YOU. Give us a call to market your business to over 4 million households for just one price in publications like this as well as our online classified promotions. Visit www.macnetonline.com and call 800-4507227 for more details.

COTTAGE FOR RENT

FINANCIAL FINANCIAL HEADER


CREDIT REPAIR SPECIALIST Have a 720 score? You can! FREE CONSULTATION888-316-2786 ext102 www.raisemycreditasap. com

PUBLIC PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT


BANKRUPTCY FOR A FRESH START!!! CALL TOM CONNOLLY AT 419-898-2889. ATTENTION DIABETICS with Medicare. Get a FREE talking meter and diabetic testing supplies at NO COST, plus FREE home delivery! Best of all, this meter eliminates painful finger pricking! Call 866-955-7746. Buy Gold & Silver Coins-1 over dealer cost For a limited time, Park Avenue Numismatics is selling Silver and Gold American Eagle Coins at 1 over dealer cost. 1-877-631-6397. HOW ARE YOUR BUSINESS SALES? Use the power of print and online advertising to help reach more customers. Advertise to over 4 million homes and businesses throughout the MidAtlantic Region for one price. www.macnetonline.com 800450-7227. Feeling older? Men lose the ability to produce testosterone as they age. Call 888-476-0957 for a FREE trial of Progene- All Natural Testosterone Supplement. Medical Alert for Seniors - 24/7 monitoring. FREE Equipment. FREE Shipping. Nationwide Service. $29.95/Month CALL Medical Guardian Today 877-8271331.

REAL ESTATE/ REAL ESTATE/ LAND FOR SALE LAND FORSALE


20 ACRES FREE! Buy 40-Get 60 Acres. $0-Down $168/mo. Money Back Guarantee NO CREDIT CHECKS Beautiful Views. Roads/Surveyed. Near El Paso, Texas. 1-800-843-7537 www. sunsetranches.com OWNER WILL FINANCE. Bank or Seller wont finance? We Help! No qualifying. No credit! Low Down. Call Today! 1-800-5632734. kanthony@cigrealty.com Available Now 2-4 Bedroom Homes Take Over Payments No Money Down No Credit Check Call Now 1-888-269-9192 20 Acres Free! 60-for-40 acres price/payment $0- Down, $168/ mo. Money Back Guarantee No Credit Checks! West Texas 1-800-843-7537 www.sunsetranches.com

FOR RENT
For Rent Workshop/Warehouse/ Storage Space. 15 x 32 - 22 x 27 - 20 x 48 - and 24 x 48 units: metered electric, heat, overhead and man doors: Port Clinton and West Port Clinton location: rents starting @ $125 per month for additional information call John at 419-3459135.

FOR RENT

WANTED CASH WANTED CASH FOR CARS FOR CARS:


Cars/Trucks Wanted! Running or Not! We Come To You! Any Make/Model. Instant Offer - Call: 1-800-569-0003.

FREEZER FREEZER FOR SALE FOR SALE


14.1 CU. FT FRIGIDAIRE FREEZER. EXCELLENT CONDITION. ASKING $200. PAID $400 NEW. 419-798-5331.

ADOPTION/FAMILY
PREGNANT? CONSIDERING ADOPTION? You choose from families nationwide. LIVING EXPENSES PAID. Abbys One True Gift Adoptions. 866-413-6292, 24/7.

ADOPTION/ FAMILY

KITCHEN KITCHEN APPLIANCES APPLIANCES


Refrigerator, range (gas), dishwasher all $100 each. Microwave $30. For sale 321-7595706.

MISCELLANEOUS/ MISCELLANEOUS/ MISC FOR SALE MISC.FORSALE


FOR SALE- SLATE POOL TABLE, 44 x 88, Home model built by Edison Billiards complete with accessories in very good condition. Tear down and moving are buyer responsibility. Photos can be e-mailed. Asking $400 Call: 419-732-7846 or 239-273-5246. CAMELS MILK HAS HELPED MANY CHILDREN WITH AUTISM. We ship milk anywhere in the US to members of DDA.Become a member today and help a child. 570-649-6970 MondayFriday. Call between 12 & 1. ~MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CLARINET, FLUTE, VIOLIN, Trumpet, Trombone, Amplifier, Fender Guitar $70. ea. Cello, Upright Bass, Saxophone, French Horn, Drums $190. ea. Tuba, Baritone, Others. 1-516-377-7907. SLOW INTERNET? Exede offers download speeds 4 times faster! Call now and save $100 on setup fee. Call 888-797-6977. DIRECTV SPECIAL Offer. 2012 NFL Sunday Ticket included for FREE. $34.99/month (1yr.) Free HD/DVR. Call 888-881-3313. ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Home. *Medical, *Business, *Criminal Justice, *Hospitality. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV Authorized 800-494-3586 www.CenturaOnline.com SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS. WIN or Pay Nothing! Start Your Application In Under 60 Seconds. Contact Disability Group, Inc. Licensed Attorneys & BBB Accredited. Call 1-888-6064790. CANADA DRUG CENTER. Safe and affordable medications. Save up to 90% on your medication needs. Call 1-888-734-1530 ($25.00 off your first prescription and free shipping.) AIRLINE CAREERS begin here Become an Aviation Maintenance Tech. FAA approved training. Financial aid if qualified Housing available. Job placement assistance. Call AIM (866)453-6204. Meet singles right now! No paid operators, just real people like you. Browse greetings, exchange messages and connect live. Try it free. Call now 1-888-909-9905. Dishnetwork/Directv/Cable/High Speed Internet/ Starting @ 14.95 per month. Call Now 866418-4935. New Customers Only 1St 100 Customers Receive 25.00 Visa Card! 866-418-4935. CASH FOR CARS, Any Make or Model! Free Towing. Sell it TODAY. Instant offer: 1-800-8645784. SAFE STEP TUBS. Enjoy safety, comfort and therapeutic relief from the best walk-in tubs made in the USA. Call 1-888-7344527 for FREE information and SENIOR DISCOUNTS. SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS. You WIN or Pay Us Nothing. Contact Disability Group, Inc. Today! BBB Accredited. Call For Your FREE Book & Consultation. 866-983-3264. Highspeed Internet EVERYWHERE By Satellite! Speeds up to 12mbps! (200x faster than dial-up.) Starting at $49.95/mo. CALL NOW & GO FAST! 1-888905-7621.

FIREWOOD FOR SALE


Seasoned firewood for sale: $150 cord $80 1/2 cord. Call Chuck 419-707-9728.

FIREWOOD FOR SALE

SCHOOLS/EDUCATION
Finish High School at home in a few weeks. First Coast Academy, 1-800-658-1180x130. www.fcahighschool.org HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA FROM HOME. 6 - 8 weeks. ACCREDITED. Get a Diploma. Get a Job! FREE Brochure 1-800-264-8330 Benjamin Franklin High School www.diplomafromhome.com

SCHOOLS/ EDUCATION

ELECTRONICS ELECTRONICS HEADER


Direct To Home Satellite TV $19.99/mo. Free Installation FREE HD/DVR Upgrade Credit/ Debit Card Req. Call 1-800-7953579

Reader Advisory: The National Trade Association we belong to has purchased the above classifieds. Determining the value of their service or product is advised by this publication. In order to avoid misunderstandings, some advertisers do not offer employment but rather supply the readers with manuals, directories and other materials designed to help their clients establish mail order selling and other businesses at home. Under NO circumstance should you send any money in advance or give the client your checking, license ID, or credit card numbers. Also beware of ads that claim to guarantee loans regardless of credit and note that if a credit repair company does business only over the phone it is illegal to request any money before delivering its service. All funds are based in US dollars. Toll free numbers may or may not reach Canada.

FREE KITTENS
TWO 2-MONTH OLD FEMALES. FOUR 4-MONTH OLDS: 1 MALE 3 FEMALES NEUTERED AND SPAYED. FREE TO GOOD HOME. PLEASE CALL 419-3412551.

FREE KITTENS

A-1 MOBILE ROOF-OVER SYSTEM

FREE TO LOVING HOME


Approximately Ten Months Old, Loveable, front declawed and neutered male orange tiger cat needs loving home. Was abandoned. Litter box trained. Accustomed to living indoors. Call 419-732-2285.

FREE TO LOVING HOME

RV/CAMPING RV/CAMPING SITES AVAILABLE SITES AVAILABLE


2013 May - October Season. Tranquility in a nature lovers setting. Near Camp Perry, Ohio. Call 419-635-2234 for more information.

WANTED WANTED TO BUY TO BUY


CA$H PAID- up to $26/Box for unexpired, sealed DIABETIC TEST STRIPS. Hablamos Espanol. 1-800-371-1136 DIABETIC TEST STRIPS Wanted Check us out Online! All Major Brands Bought Dtsbuyer.com 1-866-446-3009 Wants to purchase minerals and other oil and gas interests. Send details to P.O. Box 13557 Denver, Co. 80201 Yearbooks Up to $15 paid for high school yearbooks 19002012. www. yearbookusa.com or 214-514-1040 CASH FOR YOUR SEALED, unexpired DIABETIC TEST STRIPS! Free Shipping, Top$, 24hr Payments! Call 1-855-578-7477 or visit www.TestStripSearch. com today

White Enameled Aluminum, stops any and all leaks for the full life of your mobile GUARANTEED! Thick layer of foam insulation drastically reduces winter heating by 35% or more GUARANTEED! Overhand at eaves eliminates stains and streaking. No more coating and caulking. Made in good old USA We MANUFACTURE your roof We INSTALL your roof
12x60

START TO FINISH!
Installed

$3,280

1-800-872-2089 www.mobilehomeroofsmi.com

Get your free estimate today! Bank Financing Available.

14x70

$3,980

TRAVEL TRAILER
1999 SPORTSMAN 30-FOOT self-contained Slide. Furnace. A/C. Rear bedroom with fan. Full closet. Hansley hitch. Electric jack. Sleeps Six. Must see. 419341-7776.

TRAVEL TRAILER

ESTATE ESTATE SALE SALE


516 ADAMS STREET PORT CLINTON. Friday October 19 9am to 2pm Saturday October 20 9am to ? Furniture, Collectables, etc. Everything must go!!

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October 20, 2012 10:00 a.m. 522 Maple Ave., Lakeside, Ohio 43440
Platform rocker w/cane back, corner cabinet, piano w/ bench, Hall duck cookie jar #966, tea cups & saucers, glass: Fenton, Heisey, depression. American Flyer train set w/ track #1227 in box, Mickey Mouse Keystone projector in original box, doll, vintage military items, records. Boats, outboard motors, Stanley wood planes, wood & C clamps, thickness sander, jig for dove tailing, saws, jointer, tool chest w/wheels, cart w/hydraulic lift and much more! GO TO auctionzip.com for pictures & complete listing or call for flyer. Owner: Estate of Barbara Sauvey-Probate #20111282 & the late LeRoy Sauvey.

AUCTION

GARAGE SALE
Friday 9-3pm. Dishes, pots/pans, silverware, Classic Patio Set. Clothes, filing cabinet, Miscellaneous. 3148 East Shore Driveoff Sand Road. PC.

GARAGE SALE

AUTOS WANTED/ AUTOS WANTED DONATED DONATED


TOP CASH FOR CARS, Any Car/ Truck, Running or Not. Call for INSTANT offer: 1-800-454-6951. CARS/TRUCKS WANTED! PayMAX pays the MAX! One call gets you a TOP DOLLAR offer! Any year/make/model. 1-888-PAYMAX-5 (1-888-7296295)

BUSINESS TO BUSINESS
LIQUID FERTILIZING LAWNS Low Investment. Significant Income. We Train. Denver, PA. 717-9400172

BUSINESS TO BUSINESS

HELP WANTED/ HELP WANTED/ EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT


Easter Seals is looking for STNAs for homecare services for seniors and individuals with disabilities. Transportation, TB test, BCII, and car insurance required. Please send your resume to khoy@noh.easterseals.com. No Experience Necessary, training available! Flexible Scheduling! We are looking for caring/ dependable STNAs, CNAs and Home Health Aides. (HHA training available). We offer 24/7 care to Home Bound Clients. Must have your own dependable vehicle and a clean background. Please contact Comfort Keepers at 866-230-2624. Drivers: CDL A. Dedicated Lanes. Company Drivers. Teams & Singles. Home Daily. Great Home Time. Safety Bonus Program. Benefits available after 90 days. 6 months verifiable exp. Call 800-599-0087. Earn up to $75000!! FT/PT. Positions Available Now. Training provided. Pharmacy/Dental Discount Plans. Call Now for Special Bonus!!! 1-877-308-7959 ext 231 EXPERIENCED OTR DRIVERS VAN DIVISION: Runs 48 states, heavy from WI to PhiladelphiaBaltimore-MD area. Flex home time. 99% No-Touch. Top Pay! Vacation/ 401K/ Vision/ Dental/ Disability/ Health. Require Class A CDL, 2 yrs OTR exp. good MVR, references. Call Ruth/Mike TTI, Inc. 1-800-558-2664 www. TTItrucking.com

AUCTIONEERS
ROBERT J. KASPAR 419-734-2930/419-356-0810 DENNIS P. TIMPLE 419-341-1122
Auctioneers licensed by Ohio Dept. of Agriculture

AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE HEADER


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WHEN: Saturday October 27, 2012 10:00 A.M. WHERE: 4560 Napoleon Rd Fremont, Ohio 43420
For: Donald K Overmyer & Jean A Overmyer Joint Trust Ted Overmyer Trustee
Directions: From Fremont, SR 53 S to Napoleon, turn right. Watch for signs.
Antiques: Camel back trunk, Edison record player, Edison records, army uniform, gas masks, sleeping bags, helmet, comb package, mirror, oak rocking chairs, old wooden gun case, old pictures, frames, cane bottom rocker, kids rocker, hurricane lamp, Pulleys wooden jack, 2 man saw, buck saws, horse haynes, easy bake oven, appox 10 wood planes, nail puller, draw knives, fiddle seeder, carpenters chest, barn lanterns, railroad lanterns, kids tin kitchen cabinet, old bottles, sausage stuffers, copper kettle, marbles, scales, crocks, jugs, roller skates, kids wagon, oval table, Gotham football game, tin boat, tin farm set, games, old baby bed, cowboys & Indians toys, wind up rabbit, kids books, what-not shelf, double & single trees. Garage & Outdoor: Kubota T1570 38 in cut hydro, 2 lawn spreaders, Sears table saw, fishing gear, tool boxes, tools, oil heaters, electric heaters, shovels, hoes. Household: 3- Lazy boy chairs, Whirlpool heavy duty washer, Whirlpool electric dryer, kitchen table w/ 4 chairs, Kenmore refrigerator, GE electric stove, Hotpoint microwave, Hotpoint electric stove, kitchen hutch, cookbooks, knee hole desk, dining room table w/ 5 chairs, cane bottom chairs, floor lamps, queen Ann chair, end table, blankets, quilts, quilt rack, sewing machine in cabinet, 2- folding chairs, double beds, dresser, night stand, mirrors, foot stool, matching coffee table & end tables, 2- hutches, lamps, air conditioner, dishes, pots, pans, card tables, Westmoreland sterling silverware, 11- chairs, milk can, Christmas dcor, 2- coolers, ladies bicycle, bedding, couch & matching chair, popcorn popper, heat chair. Many other misc. items Terms: Cash or check with proper ID. All items sold as is where is. Not responsible for accidents, or items after they are sold. Statements made the day of sale supersede all printed matter. Chad W. Brough Auctioneer is licensed by the Ohio Department of Agriculture and a licensed Broker for Batdorff Real Estate, Inc. and bonded in favor of the State of Ohio.

PUBLIC AUCTION

COMPUTERS FOR COMPUTERS/ COMPUTERS FOR SALE SALE


Computer problems? Viruses, spyware, email, printer issues, bad internet connections - FIX IT NOW! Professional, U.S.-based technicians. $25 off service. Call for immediate help. 1-888-8649317 DELL LAPTOP computer, super fast, excellent condition. Internal wireless card, DVD/CD+RW. Premium software bundle. Six month warranty. Original cost: $2175. Must sell: $399. 717 653-6314

HEALTH/MEDICAL
Canada Drug Center is your choice for safe and affordable medications. Our licensed Canadian mail order pharmacy will provide you with savings of up to 90 percent on all your medication needs. Call Today 888697-2316 for $25.00 off your first prescription and free shipping.

HEALTH/ MEDICAL

Chad W. Brough Licensed Auctioneer 419-262-7408


www.batdorff.com BATDORFF REAL ESTATE 419-898-9503 CLICK ON AUCTIONS

8B Thursday, October 18, 2012

The Beacon

Our goal is to sell every vehicle for $200 LESS than the competition!
#B2068 MSRP $23,010

2012 Chrysler 200 Baumann Price

NEW

#B2063 MSRP $33,895

2012 Chrysler 300 Baumann Price

18,245*

28,537*

NEW

2012 Jeep Patriot Sport


#B2366 MSRP $22,550

Baumann Price

20,143*

#C12T159 MSRP $22,100

2012 Jeep Compass Baumann Price

2012 Jeep Liberty

19,874*

$ Baumann Price $

#C12J161 MSRP $26,090

2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee


#C125152 MSRP $31,920

23,490* 20,999*

Baumann Price

28,999*

NEW

NEW

#B3501 MSRP $20,680

2013 Dodge Dart Baumann Price

2012 Dodge Journey


#C12D227 MSRP $26,585

#B2569 MSRP $21,990

2013 Dodge Grand Caravan Baumann Price

Baumann Price

19,602*

21,499*

20,695*

2012 RAM 1500

#C12T107 Quad Cab MSRP $33,750 #ND1273 Crew Cab MSRP $35,320

2012 RAM 1500

Baumann Price

Baumann Price

26,894*

28,821*

*Prices include all rebates & incentives plus tax, title, license & document fees with approved credit. See dealer for details.

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