SECTION C s The Week Beginning March 11, 2009 s The Springfield Paper
Superfruits Make March Marks Disabilities Awareness Month
a Tasty Superdiet
By Lillian White the Clark Co.MR/DD Lanes is great exercise and offertory procession with
workshop program, on great fun. The other out- his family.Several times
“JUST LIKE YOU” is Leffel Ln] he wanted to ings with the Community Justin has served on the
the OHIO theme for Men- “move away, my place”. Inclusion (another Clark altar assisting Father at
tal Retardation and De- He now has an apartment Co MR/DD program) in- Mass.When he is not at
velopmental Disabilities with 24/7 staff utilizing clude Young’s Dairy, Up- noon Mass, other members
Awareness Month, March CSS (Consumer Support per Valley Mall, Buck will tell us they missed
2009. “Just like You” en- Services), one of quali- Creek State Park, theatres his smiling face and how
courages people to bring fied State of Ohio Dept of and so many other places reverently he receives
diversity to their communi- MR/DD licensed agencies enable him and others with communion. We have
ties by welcoming people in Clark county. Justin en- developmental disabilities taken Justin to France, he
with disabilities into local joys buying all his foods opportunities to enjoy the could not understand why
neighborhoods, workplac- and other needs at the lo- wonderful activities of “Dukes of Hazard” talked
es, houses of worship and cal stores. He has many Clark county. ‘funny’- in French.
schools. friends at Madison Ave The use of the Spring- We can only encour-
By telling you my sto- Pharmacy where he buys field YMCA swimming age all that this March and
ry, I hope you will learn his medicines. With his and weight room has been all year: If you get the op-
that everyone has some- choice of a weekly restau- great. Justin has purchased portunity to get acquainted
thing to offer and that rant meal, he uses coupons a swim pass for the Holid- with someone who has a
people with disabilities are and/or sees the advertise- ome on Leffel Lane that he developmental disability,
JUST LIKE YOU! ments in the newspaper. enjoys. you will discover that ev-
Our son’s name is Jus- The Eagles for the dances Justin is a member of eryone has something to
tin. At the age of 23, he is very nice and we thank St Teresa Catholic church. offer and that people with
told us, “I man now, I have them for use of this loca- He enjoys taking up col- disabilities are JUST LIKE
paycheck”[from QUEST, tion. Bowling at Victory lection and/or being in the YOU!
Giving The Gift Of A Charitable Donation
Some fruits, such as goji berry, acai, noni and pomegranate, are (NAPS)—More and warming ideas you may donate to a charity they wedding registry service
exceptionally rich in nutrients and antioxidants. NAPS photo
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time you decide to eat richness and antioxidant making a difference in the you have unopened food site through which they ity gift cards also make
healthier and lose weight, qualities. lives of others. Saying “I and beverages left over can donate—a sort of cus- great wedding favors.
follow these simple guide- Eating healthy on the do” to a wedding that ben- from your wedding, do- tomizable wedding charity Learn More
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yourself. protein-rich nuts to create downturn. hospital or nursing home Appliances
See your doctor and a new nutrition bar called By the time many so others can enjoy them.
start a sensible exercise thinkFruit. couples get married, they 3. Buy wedding es-
program based on your Each bar is a good often don’t need an extra sentials from companies
abilities. Plan a diet rich in source of fiber and omega- toaster but would really that donate to charities you
fruits, vegetables, whole 3 fatty acids, has no added appreciate a donation to support.
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as much nutritional punch It also has less fat than start your life together and organization that supplies
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Wanted!! More Energy Pets in Heaven?
Did you see the ani- no tears in Heaven and if
Over the 30 some years body through the kidneys Pet Issues
in nutrition and herbal ed- Healthy Living and bowels. mated film All Dogs Go indeed we have a memory
to Heaven? Personally I of our lives here, then I am
ucating the most common Chlorophyll depends didn’t see it, but the title sure our pets will be there
request from folks is, “I upon iron in the manufac- sure got my attention! This for us.
need more energy.” ture of carbohydrates or can be a very controversial Despite the Bible’s si-
The frisky horse el- sugars and is very impor- subject in some circles, lence about pets in Heaven,
ement (Iron) is the one tant for suffering catarrhal but, in my opinion, I think upon arrival there, along
much need mineral in folks. pets will be in Heaven. with worshiping of our
many folk’s diet. Iron and oxygen invig- Why do I believe this? Lord and being reunited
Iron is a metallic ele- orates each cell, motivates One Scripture comes with our family of loved
ment with a positive elec- life force, nerve supply, to my mind is Revelation ones, I do believe our pets By Carolyn Hayes
trical charge. sexual magnetism and re- 21:5 which reads: “…Be- will be included. Even
Inorganic Iron is valu- productive powers. hold, I make all things though pets have no souls dog Romero will greet him
able to industry but disas- By Frank Miesse, Ph.D. Dandelion, Yellow new.” Now maybe I am and cannot be redeemed, in Heaven. Watch for this
trous to the human body. Dock, Strawberry leaves, taking this out of context, their bodies could be re- article coming soon!
Rust is a product of ox- the blood stream and lifts Red Beets and many other but I would like to believe newed, only by the God Carolyn is the other half
ygen and moisture attack- vitality momentarily and natural herbs are your Nat- that if God loves us he will who loves us! of the sister team of Critter
ing iron. Stay away from then is expelled by the ural Alternatives. honor our memories of our My husband Pat has a Sitters, a pet sitting service
inorganic or synthetic iron
pets. Since there are to be great story about how his in Clark County since 1989.
Iron is responsible for
A Senior Dream Fulfilled
attracting oxygen to the Elderly United Events & Programs
body and carrying oxy-
“The Older We Get, The Better We Are”
gen to all systems, tissue
and organs. It also acts as St. Patrick’s Day from property taxes paid the Clark County Veterans
an astringent upon tissue. —Make plans now to in 2008, the notice state- Office will speak at Elder-
Iron must be eaten in or- attend a St. Patrick’s Day ment from the 2008 stimu- ly United, 101 S. Fountain
ganic form. Inorganic iron luncheon on Tuesday, lus package form 1378 , Ave. on Tuesday March
is useless to man. It must March 17 at the Courtyard out of pocket medical ex- 24th at 1:30 pm. He will
evolve through plants. by Marriott. Irish entertain- penses and premiums for share information about
Inorganic iron often ment begins at 12:30pm State of Ohio taxes even the Honor Flight Net-
produces violent reactions and lunch will be served if you file a short form and work which is dedicated
in the body and there are at 12:45pm. The event last year’s tax return. to American veterans vis-
rarely any complications is sponsored by Elderly Honor Flight Info iting their memorials in
from an over supply of United and co-sponsored —David Bauer from Washington, D.C.
food iron. by Oakwood Village.The
Excess iron is stored $15.00 tickets will be on
in the liver, bone marrow sale beginning Tuesday,
and spleen where it is on February 17 at the Pitzer Couscous and Chicken Salad
constant stand-by for for- Center 101 S. Fountain Ingredients:
mation of hemoglobin. Ave. • 2 cups fat-free, low-sodium chicken broth
As it sojourns thru Betty Aubry is pictured here on the right. Courtesy photo Tax Return Help • 1 TBLS olive oil
—Volunteer Income • 1½ tsp ground cinnamon
Betty Aubry has been pering for her efforts. She Tax Assistance (V.I.T.A.) • 1 tsp ground cumin
taking care of her uncle was picked up in a special will be available at the • 3/4 tsp ground ginger
Ray Flaker who is 90 for limo and taken for her first Pitzer Center 101 S. Foun- • 3/4 tsp turmeric
6 years now. He has been massage ever at Massage tain Ave., now through • 1/2 tsp salt, plus more for seasoning
confined to a wheelchair Techniques and picked her April 14th. Qualified, • 1 cup quick-cooking, whole-wheat couscous
5 since 2005 and requires up and returned her back trained tax preparers will • Freshly ground black pepper
Betty to care for him 24/7. home in the limo. prepare tax returns week- • Finely grated zest and juice of 1 lemon
The Senior Dream Center A Thank you goes to days, except Wednesdays, • 1 can (15.5 ounces) chickpeas, drained, rinsed, and
decided to give Betty a Melissa Patterson who from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. patted dry
little thank you and pam- recommended Betty Aubry Forms will be filed on a • 4 scallions, trimmed and thinly sliced
• 1 cucumber, peeled, seeded, and diced
to the Senior Dream Cen- first come first served ba-
• 1 carrot, trimmed, peeled, and sliced
ter and to Denise Clark for sis. The program is open to
• 1 red bell pepper, trimmed, seeded, and sliced
making this a memorable all seniors, low income in- • 1/2 cup moist raisins
and enjoyable experience dividuals and people with • 1/3 cup chopped almonds
for Betty. Thanks goes to disabilities. Please bring • 1/4 cup chopped cilantro, mint, or parsley (optional)
Betty for being the kind your W-2’s, all 1099 forms, • 1 lb cooked chicken, skin removed, cut into cubes
and caring person she is. new this year - receipts 1. Bring the chicken broth, olive oil, cinnamon,
cumin, ginger, turmeric, and 1⁄2 teaspoon salt to a boil
in a medium saucepan, stirring to dissolve the spices.
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Moving Back Home Brings New, Yet Familiar Challenges
that I’m grown and let me late teen years, and it was breeze on a spring morn- would be coming in at night What I was feeling was a
FOCUS ON live my own life? and urging me to drive the desire to be friends with
rare for them to stumble ing. Young adults who
THE FAMILY DR. DOBSON: Leav- into common parental mis- have not been properly car safely and advising me my parents instead of
ing home and then coming takes. That is, however, ex- prepared for that moment about what I ate. No of- accepting their authority
back is called “the elastic actly what happened when sometimes go berserk, but fense was intended. My over me. Freedom was
nest,” and as you’re find- I was nineteen years old. I remained rather sane. I mother had just failed to granted very quickly
ing, it can be very difficult. We had been a very close- did, however, quickly be- notice that I had changed, thereafter.
You’ve been on your own knit family, and it was come addicted to freedom and she needed to get with I hope you will be
-- you’ve made your deci- difficult for my mother to and was not about to give the new program. a bit more patient with
sions and controlled your shift gears when I gradu- it up. Finally, there was a your parents than I was
own life. You’ve changed ated from high school. The following sum- flurry of words between with mine. I was only
dramatically during your During that summer, I mer, I came home to visit us, and I left the house in nineteen years old, and
time away, but you re- traveled 1,500 miles from my folks. Immediately, I a huff. A friend came by I wanted it all. I should
Dr. James Dobson turned to find that your home and entered a col- found myself in conflict to pick me up, and I talked have given them another
parents have not. They lege in California. I will with my mom. She was about my feelings as we year to adjust. Your mom
are just like you left them. never forget the exhilarat- not intentionally insulting. rode in the car. “Darn it, and dad will also change
QUESTION: I went They want to tell you how ing feeling of freedom that She simply responded as Bill!” I said. “I don’t need their thinking if you give
away to college and then to run your life -- what to swept over me that fall. It she had done a year earlier a mother anymore.” them a little time. They’ll
came home to live again. eat, the
Dr. Dobson is founder and chairman of what to wear, which
was not that I wanted to do when I was still in high Then a wave of guilt accept you as an adult
board of the nonprofit organization Focus
is ten- Colorado
I’ll admitthethere P.O. Box 444, friends to cultivate, etc. It
on Family, anything evil or forbidden. school. But by then, I had swept over me. It was as much quicker if you’ll
Springs, my parents is a formula for combat.
sion betweenCO. 80903; or www.family.org. It was simply that I felt ac- journeyed down the road though I had said, “I don’t get out on your own and
but we’d be are excerpted fromunderstand your situ-
and me,Questions and answers OK I countable for my own life toward independence. She love my mother anymore.” establish an independent
"The Complete Marriage and Family Home
if they would just ac- ation because I’ve been and did not have to explain was asking me what time I I meant no such thing. life for yourself.
Reference Guide" and "Bringing Up Boys,"
as a full-fledged
cept meboth published by Tyndale House. through it. My parents my actions to anyone.
adult. Why can’t they see handled me wisely in my COPYRIGHT 2008 JAMES DOBSON INC. DISTRIBUTED BY UNIVERSAL PRESS SYNDICATE
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Laws You Can Use: What to Expect in Traffic Court
Q: I received a traffic plea you wish to enter. You than one moving violation for a criminal case to be sues of law (not fact) need represent you.
citation. What will happen do not need to have an at- within the past 12 months, brought to trial. The time to be decided before the Q: What happens at
when I appear in court? torney appear with you at your offense may be en- frames range from 30 to trial. You ask the court to trial?
A: Your first appear- this stage, but you may hanced to a more serious 180 days for misdemean- decide issues of law by fil- A: At the trial, the
ance in court is called an have your attorney with misdemeanor offense with ors depending on the seri- ing motions, and the judge prosecutor goes first be-
arraignment. At the ar- you if you wish. more serious penalties, in- ousness of the offense. You will rule on these motions cause the prosecution has
raignment, the judge will Q: What are the poten- cluding potential jail time. can waive your “right to before trial. At a motion the “burden of proof” and
ask if you have received tial penalties? Some traffic offenses, speedy trial” so your case hearing, you present evi- must prove you guilty be-
a copy of the ticket and A: Generally, most traf- such as Operating a Ve- can be set at your conve- dence to support your mo- yond a reasonable doubt.
understand the charge(s) fic offenses are minor mis- hicle Under the Influence nience or the convenience tion. For example, a “mo- Witnesses are called to
against you. The judge demeanors. The penalty for (OVI) and Driving Under of the court. tion to suppress” asks the testify. You (or your attor-
also will also explain the a minor misdemeanor is a Suspension (DUS), are Q: After I plead not judge to decide whether or ney if you are represented)
potential penalties for each fine of up to $150. How- first-degree misdemeanors guilty and the case is set not all of the prosecution’s will be allowed to ques-
offense and then ask what ever, if you have had more with much more serious for trial, what happens evidence can be used tion the witnesses. After
potential penalties. next? What happens at a against you at trial. the prosecutor has finished
Q: What plea choices pre-trial? Q: Can my case be presenting the state’s case,
Misguided Wisdom do I have?
A: At the arraignment,
A: A pre-trial is an in-
formal conference between
tried by a jury? Can I have
you can call your witness-
es or testify on your own
By Steve Temple you must plead guilty, not you, your attorney (if you A: It depends. You are behalf, BUT YOU DO
No One Told Me guilty or no contest. If you
plead guilty, the judge
are represented) and the
prosecutor. At this time,
not entitled to a jury trial
for minor misdemeanor
NOT HAVE TO. At the
end of the trial, the judge
If it came to your at- you in the first place. Pos-
will immediately find you you will undergo plea ne- offenses. So, the judge will (or the jury if there is one)
tention that you were sibly because high cur- guilty and sentence you. gotiations to see whether hear minor traffic offenses. will weigh the evidence
unknowingly and unnec- rent taxation has forced If you plead no contest, your case can be resolved However, any offense that and find you guilty or not
essarily paying a tax you us, as a country, to save the judge probably will without a trial. During carries a potential of jail guilty. If you are found
didn’t have to, would you at a negative rate. Pos- find you guilty, because the pretrial, the evidence time can be tried by a jury guilty, the judge will sen-
continue to pay it? If you sibly the government’s by making such a plea you is reviewed, the prosecu- if you ask for a jury trial tence you. 11/25/2008
were told to pay a certain own fear that social se- are stating that you do not tor makes recommenda- in a timely manner, usu- Law You Can Use is a
amount of tax, would you curity and other social dispute the facts set forth tions for punishment, and ally no later than ten days weekly consumer legal in-
purposely overpay that programs will be forced in the complaint (the traf- you provide information before the trial date. You formation column provid-
amount due? If you could to change dramatically. fic citation). However, you about factors that might can hire your own attorney ed by the Ohio State Bar
legally recapture or keep Possibly because the will be allowed to offer explain or excuse your to represent you at any or Association (OSBA). This
some of the money you government understands an explanation before the conduct. If a plea agree- all stages of a case. If you article was prepared by
pay in taxes, would you the demographics of the judge decides the punish- ment is reached, the judge cannot afford an attorney, Tammie Riley Jones, Co-
do it? If no one has taught changing population and ment. A plea of no contest is told and the agreement and your case involves an lumbiana County assistant
you techniques of reduc- the effects it will have on cannot be used against you is entered on the record. If offense that carries a po- prosecuting attorney.
ing taxation when you social programs. Possi- in a civil case. If you plead there is no agreement, the tential of jail time, you can Articles appearing in
can, that is truly unfortu- bly to shift the blame for not guilty, your case will judge will schedule further ask the court to appoint a this column are intended
nate. The most common less retirement income be set for trial. (See below dates any necessary mo- lawyer for you. Your re- to provide broad, general
belief is that using quali- from them to you. Pos- for information about en- tion hearings and the trial. quest should be made at information about the law.
fied plans is the best way sibly because introduc- gaging a lawyer.) The judge may schedule the arraignment. You will Before applying this infor-
to reduce taxation. This is ing these programs may Q: If I plead not guilty, a pre-trial. If not, the next be asked to provide the mation to a specific legal
what you are told to be- help them get re-elected. how soon will my case be step is the trial itself. court with financial infor- problem, readers are urged
lieve. Don’t be surprised Maybe, just maybe, they set for trial? Q: What is a motion mation. If the court finds to seek advice from an at-
to find out that this is not are interested in financing A: The law sets out hearing? you to be indigent, an at- torney.
necessarily true. The tax their future not yours. Ev- very specific time frames A: In some cases, is- torney will be appointed to
savings we’re talking eryone will agree that tax
about here is not about deferred savings is a good
loading up your IRA or idea. But the government
401(k) plans. Once again will decide what rate of
it may be quite the oppo- taxation will be assessed
site. when you take withdraw-
The Problem Is The als. Wouldn’t it be a coin-
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government SEEMS to tax revenues from you by
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Weather THE WEEK OF MARCH 11 - MARCH 17
March 11 - 17, 2009
Wednesday Evening MOVIES March 11, 2009
By DICK GROEBER 8 p.m. on NBC
7 pm 7:30 8 pm 8:30 9 pm 9:30 10 pm 10:30 11 pm 11:30
ABC Extra (N) Millionaire Scrubs Scrubs Lost “LaFleur” (CC) Life on Mars (N) (CC) News (N) Seinfeld The Chopping Block: Two teams of eight com-
March, 2009, came in CBS Fortune Entertain Christine Gary Criminal Minds (N) (CC) CSI: NY “Green Piece” News (N) Late Show
pete in culinary challenges for a shot at the grand
prize: a chance to open their own restaurant. The
like a old lamb with tem- NBC Inside Jeopardy! The Chopping Block (N) Life “Shelf Life” (N) (CC) Law Order: CI News Tonight
first competition pits them against each other to
peratures as low as the FOX Deal No Simpsons Lie to Me (N) (CC) American Idol (CC) News (N) Simpsons Jim create a menu for host Marco Pierre White to
PBS Business Victor Borge: 100 Years of Music Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop (CC) judge by the end of the day. After less than 48
single digits under fair and CW Family Guy Two Men Next Top Model 90210 “By Accident” News (N) King Raymond King hours, the contestants must open their restau-
dry conditions throughout AMC ››› Pale Rider (1985) ››› In the Line of Fire (1993) Clint Eastwood, John Malkovich. ›› Sleeping With the Enemy (1991)
rants for service, to be evaluated by a top food
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›› An Extremely Goofy Movie (2000) Wizards Thursday
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Cardellini) are stunned to return to the airport
showers into the weekend FOOD Challenge Good Eats Good Eats Bobby Flay Bobby Flay Dinner: Impossible Good Eats Unwrapped with transplant organs only to find their plane left
without them. Dr. Carter (guest star Noah Wyle)
and the first part of the HGTV Curb House Property Rate House Income House Renovation Amazing First Place
gets a surprise visit from an old friend (guest star
HIST Modern Marvels Water. MonsterQuest (CC) MonsterQuest (N) (CC) UFO Hunters (CC) UFO Hunters (CC)
week. LIFE Reba (CC) Reba (CC) Reba (CC) Reba (CC) Christie’s Revenge (2007) Danielle Kind. (CC) Will-Grace Will-Grace
Eriq La Salle) while waiting for his kidney trans-
plant. Dr. Banfield (Angela Bassett) bonds with an
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abandoned baby boy. John Stamos also stars in
Service extended forecast SPIKE CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn UFC Fight Night Toughest Cowboy (N)
the new episode “In Times of Old.” Marco Pierre White hosts "The Chopping
Law & Order (CC) (DVS) ›› Jurassic Park III (2001) Sam Neill. (CC)
maps for the period of TNT Bones (CC) Trust Me (CC)
Block’’ Wednesday on NBC.
USA NCIS “The Immortals” House “TB or Not TB” NCIS “Vanished” (CC) NCIS “Lt. Jane Doe” ›› The Break-Up (2006)
March 11-18,2009, cov-
ering the ”Ides of March” Thursday Evening MOVIES March 12, 2009 Friday Evening MOVIES March 13, 2009
and St. Patrick’s Day pe- 7 pm 7:30 8 pm 8:30 9 pm 9:30 10 pm 10:30 11 pm 11:30 7 pm 7:30 8 pm 8:30 9 pm 9:30 10 pm 10:30 11 pm 11:30
riod is forecasting a cool- ABC Extra (N) Millionaire Ugly Betty (N) (CC) Grey’s Anatomy (N) (CC) Private Practice (N) (CC) News (N) Seinfeld ABC Extra (N) Millionaire Wife Swap (N) (CC) Supernanny (N) (CC) 20/20 (CC) Overtime Seinfeld
ing trend with scattered CBS
Fortune Entertain Survivor: Tocantins (N) CSI: Crime Scn Eleventh Hour (N) (CC) News (N) Late Show Fortune Entertain Ghost Whisperer (N) Flashpoint (N) (CC) NUMB3RS “12:01 AM” Touchdow. Late Show
NBC Inside Jeopardy! Name Earl Kath & Kim The Office 30 Rock (N) ER “Old Times” (N) (CC) News Tonight NBC Inside Jeopardy! Howie Do It Howie Do It Friday Night Lights (N) Dateline NBC (CC) News Tonight
mostly rain showers. The FOX Deal No Simpsons Bones (N) (PA) (CC) Hell’s Kitchen (N) (CC) News (N) Simpsons Jim FOX Deal No Simpsons Sarah Connor Dollhouse (N) (CC) News (N) 4th Quarter Simpsons Jim
period should begin on PBS Business The Glenn Miller Spectacular (CC) Ed Slott’s Stay Rich for Life (CC) YOU: Inner and Outer Beauty PBS Business Europe Yanni Voices: Live From the Forum in Acapulco Wash Wk NOW Sewing Columbus
Wednesday with cloudy CW Family Guy Two Men Smallville “Infamous” Supernatural (N) (CC) News (N) King Raymond King CW Family Guy Two Men Hates Chris The Game Next Top Model News (CC) King Raymond King
AMC ››› In the Line of Fire ››› 48 HRS. (1982, Action) Nick Nolte. (CC) ›› Caddyshack (1980, Comedy) Chevy Chase. AMC ››› 48 HRS. (1982) (CC) ››› First Blood (1982) Sylvester Stallone. (CC) Breaking Bad (CC) › Sabretooth (2002) (CC)
skies, rain, March winds,
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and mild temperature DISN Suite Life Montana ›› Smart House (1999) (CC) Wizards Wizards Montana Suite Life So Raven DISN Suite Life Montana Suite Life Phineas ›› Big Fat Liar (2002) Frankie Muniz. ›› Big Fat Liar (2002) Frankie Muniz.
highs in the 50s and lows E! E! News (N) Daily 10 ›› Happy Gilmore (1996, Comedy) Adam Sandler. Girls Keep Up Chelsea E! News E! E! News (N) Daily 10 Candy Girls Keep Up Hot Girls-Scary The Soup Wedding Chelsea E! News
around 40 degrees. March ESPN College Basketball: Big East Quarterfinal College Basketball: Big East Quarterfinal -- Teams TBA SportsCtr. ESPN College Basketball: Big East Semifinal College Basketball: Big East Semifinal -- Teams TBA SportsCtr.
FAM ’70s Show ››› Grease (1978) John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John. (CC) Funniest Home Videos The 700 Club (CC) FAM ’70s Show ’70s Show ’70s Show ’70s Show ’70s Show ’70s Show Funniest Home Videos The 700 Club (CC)
winds,, dry, and cooler FOOD Challenge Good Eats Good Eats Iron Chef America Cakes Cakes Good Eats Unwrapped FOOD Challenge Unwrapped Unwrapped Diners Diners Desserts Unwrapped Good Eats Rachael
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tinue into Thursday as a HIST Modern Marvels (CC) Modern Marvels (CC) Gangland (N) (CC) Warriors (N) (CC) Cities of the Underworld HIST Modern Marvels (CC) Modern Marvels “Corn” Gangland “Kill ’Em All” Battles BC (CC) Warriors (CC)
››› Tin Cup (1996, Comedy) Kevin Costner, Rene Russo. (CC) › Mother, May I Sleep With Danger? (1996) (CC)
cool Canadian high pres- LIFE Reba (CC) Reba (CC) Reba (CC) Reba (CC) LIFE Reba (CC) Reba (CC) Reba (CC) Reba (CC) Medium (CC)
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sure area covers the area. SPIKE CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn TNA iMPACT! (N) (CC) Ways Die Ways Die SPIKE CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scene DEA “Flip The Stripper” Real Vice Real Vice Disorderly Con.
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the 20s. The coolest tem- Saturday Evening MOVIES March 14, 2009 Sunday Evening MOVIES March 15, 2009
peratures, under fair and 7 pm 7:30 8 pm 8:30 9 pm 9:30 10 pm 10:30 11 pm 11:30
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dry conditions, should be ABC CSI: NY (CC) Dancing With the Stars (CC) Castle (CC) News (N) Desperate ABC Funniest Home Videos Extreme-Home Desperate Housewives Brothers & Sisters (N) News (N) Seinfeld
noted on Friday or Satur- CBS College Basketball NCIS “Agent Afloat” The Mentalist (CC) 48 Hours Mystery (N) News (N) House (CC) CBS 60 Minutes (CC) The Amazing Race 14 Cold Case (N) (CC) The Unit “Hill 60” (N) News (N) Cold Case
day with highs in the 30s NBC Edition Jeopardy! The Celebrity Apprentice (CC) Law & Order (CC) News (CC) Sat. Night NBC Dateline NBC (CC) Kings “Goliath” (Series Premiere) (N) (CC) Cel. Apprentice News Paid Prog.
and lows around 20 to FOX
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should be noted around AMC Rambo Part II ››› Batman Begins (2005, Action) Christian Bale, Michael Caine. (CC) ›› Constantine (2005) AMC ››› The Last Samurai › Catwoman (2004, Action) Halle Berry. (CC) Breaking Bad “Grilled” Breaking Bad “Grilled”
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and dry conditions lasting ESPN College Basketball College GameDay (CC) College Basketball: Big East Final -- Teams TBA SportsCenter (Live) (CC) ESPN College Gamenight (Live) (CC) NBA Basketball Phoenix Suns at Golden State Warriors. (CC) SportsCtr.
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Day, Tuesday, when a FOOD Paula’s Party Iron Chef America Iron Chef America Iron Chef America Iron Chef America FOOD Challenge Challenge Iron Chef America (N) Chopped Bobby Flay Bobby Flay
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cold front should bring in
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cloudy skies, a return to LIFE Plain Truth (2004, Drama) Mariska Hargitay. (CC) ›› The Book of Ruth (2004) Christine Lahti. (CC) ›› The Book of Ruth LIFE Her Sister’s Keeper (CC) The Two Mr. Kissels (2008) John Stamos. (CC) Army Wives (CC) Grey’s Anatomy (CC)
March winds, and scat- MTV Making the Band 4 From G’s to Gents (CC) TI TI The Real World (CC) Nitro Circus Nitro Circus MTV TI TI Nitro Circus Fantasy Fantasy CollegeHmr Nitro Circus News Fantasy CollegeHmr
tered rain or snow show- SPIKE Sniper 3 (2004) (CC) ›››› Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) Mark Hamill. ›› Commando (1985) SPIKE UFC Unleashed UFC Unleashed (CC) UFC Unleashed Ways Die Ways Die MANswers MANswers
TNT ›› U.S. Marshals (1998) ›››› Saving Private Ryan (1998, War) Tom Hanks, Edward Burns, Tom Sizemore. (CC) Guardian TNT Saving Private Ryan ››› Mission: Impossible III (2006, Action) Tom Cruise. (CC) ››› Mission: Impossible III (2006)
ers. The period should end USA ›› How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003) (CC) ›› The Skeleton Key (2005) Kate Hudson. (CC) Law Order: CI USA House (CC) House “Frozen” (CC) House (CC) House (CC) Law & Order: SVU
on the following Wednes-
day with fair swkies and Monday Evening MOVIES March 16, 2009 Tuesday Evening MOVIES March 17, 2009
dry conditions. 7 pm 7:30 8 pm 8:30 9 pm 9:30 10 pm 10:30 11 pm 11:30 7 pm 7:30 8 pm 8:30 9 pm 9:30 10 pm 10:30 11 pm 11:30
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CBS Fortune Entertain Big Bang How I Met Two Men Rules CSI: Miami “Flight Risk” News (N) Late Show CBS Fortune Entertain NCIS “Knockout” (N) The Mentalist (N) (CC) Without a Trace (N) (CC) News (N) Late Show
the period, which dates NBC Inside Jeopardy! Chuck (CC) Heroes (CC) Medium “Car Trouble” News Tonight NBC Inside Jeopardy! The Biggest Loser (N) (CC) Law & Order: SVU News Tonight
to 1969, shows a high FOX Deal No Simpsons House “Here Kitty” (N) 24 (N) (PA) (CC) News (N) Simpsons Jim FOX Deal No Simpsons American Idol Eleven finalists. (S Live) (CC) News (N) Simpsons Jim
temperature of a warm 77 PBS Business Victor Borge: 100 Years of Music That’s Amore: Italian Ed Slott’s Stay Rich for Life (CC) PBS Business Chronicles Daniel O’Donnell: Hope and Praise Celtic Woman: The Greatest Journey (CC)
degrees recorded on two CW Family Guy Two Men Gossip Girl (N) (CC) One Tree Hill (N) (CC) News (N) King Raymond King CW Family Guy Two Men Reaper (N) (CC) 90210 (CC) News (N) King Raymond King
AMC Clear-Danger ››› Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), Nick Stahl (CC) ›› Star Trek: Nemesis (2002) (CC) AMC ››› Rudy (1993) (CC) ››› The Man From Snowy River (1982) Kirk Douglas. (CC) ›› Quigley Down Under (1990) (CC)
dates. The lowest tem- DISC Destroyed Destroyed Destroyed Destroyed Rampage! (N) County Jail: Miami (CC) How-Made How-Made DISC How-Made How-Made Dirty Jobs Leeches. (CC) Dirty Jobs Wreck. Nation How-Made How-Made
perature was a chilly 7 DISN Suite Life Montana ››› Stuart Little 2 (2002) (CC) Wizards Wizards Montana Suite Life So Raven DISN Suite Life Montana The Luck of the Irish (2001) (CC) Phineas Wizards Montana Suite Life So Raven
degrees also recorded on E! E! News (N) Daily 10 Candy Girls Candy Girls Keep Up Keep Up Hot Girls-Scary Chelsea E! News E! E! News (N) Daily 10 ›› Rock Star (2001, Drama) Mark Wahlberg. Girls Girls Chelsea E! News
two dates. The average ESPN NCAA Select Baseball World Classic -- Teams TBA. From Dolphin Stadium in Miami. (Live) SportsCenter (Live) (CC) ESPN Bracket Sp. College Basketball: NCAA Tourn. Opening Rd. College Basketball NIT First Round -- Teams TBA. SportsCtr.
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high temperature is 49 de- FOOD Challenge Good Eats Unwrapped Unwrapped Food Diners Diners Good Eats Unwrapped FOOD Challenge Good Eats Good Eats Food Bobby Flay Chopped (N) Good Eats Unwrapped
grees. HGTV Curb House Property Genevieve House First Place House Bought Desperate First Place HGTV Curb House Property Potential House Unsellable House House Income First Place
The average low is HIST Ax Men “Initiation Day” Modern Marvels (CC) Battles BC (N) (CC) Ax Men (N) (CC) Battles BC (CC) HIST Modern Marvels (CC) Earth-Made Earth-Made The Universe (CC) Decoding the Past (CC)
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LEWIS L. REYNOLDS, SR. & Ralph Pickering of Westfield, and sister Anna Lee Pennington. for 16 years at Abiding Christ Lu- BAR MEMORIAL HOME with 4, 2009, in the Chapel at Rose Hill
Lewis L. Reynolds, 64, of New Indiana; granddaughter, Laree A celebration of Curtis’s life was theran Church in Fairborn. She was Pastors Charles Smith and Harold Burial Park. In lieu of flowers me-
Carlisle, Ohio passed away Friday Blazer of Brownsburg, Indiana; held Wednesday, March 4, 2009, a beautician for over 50 years and Vance officiating. Burial followed morial contributions may be made
February 27, 2009, at Hospice of two grandsons, Tyler Weaver of in the RICHARDS, RAFF& DUN- owned Al-Jean’s Beauty Salon in in Plattsburg Cemetery. Memorial to the American Cancer Society,
Dayton. He was born November 3, Carlsbad, California and Jordan BAR MEMORIAL HOME with Enon. Jean also loved quilting and contributions are requested to the 2808 Reading Rd., Cincinnati, OH
1944, in Corbin, Kentucky, the son Weaver of Tipp City; a brother, Pastors Charles Smith and Harold gardening. She will be truly missed Leukemia Foundation. Expressions 45206. The family is being served
of the late Leo & Rachel (Gregory) Herbert Weaver, and a sister, Mar- Vance officiating. Burial followed by all who knew her. “Precious in of sympathy may be sent to <www. by TROSTEL, CHAPMAN, DUN-
Reynolds. He retired from General gery Weaver both of West Milton; in Plattsburg Cemetery. Memorial the sight of the Lord is the death richardsraffanddunbar.com>. BAR & FRALEY FUNERAL
Motors. He is survived by his wife, several nieces, nephews, other rela- contributions are requested to the of his saints. Psalm 116:15” A cel- HOME, New Carlisle, Ohio. Ex-
Janet; a daughter, Sonya & Donald tives and friends. In addition to his Leukemia Foundation. Expres- ebration of Jean’s life was held on FRANCIS W. WAGNER pressions of sympathy may be sent
Gamble of New Carlisle, Ohio; two parents, he is preceded in death by sions of sympathy may be sent to Wednesday, March 4, 2009 at Enon Francis W. Wagner, 85, of Spring- to <www.trostelchapman.com >.
sons, Stephen & Christa Reynolds, a sister, Katherine Weaver. Funeral www.richardsraffanddunbar.com. Cemetery with Rev. Bruce Kramer field died Wednesday, February 25,
Lewis, Jr. & Kelly Reynolds all services were held Monday, March officiating. Arrangements in care of 2009, in the Ohio Masonic Home. DONALD E. BLEVINS
of Tipp City, Ohio; eleven grand- 2, 2009, TROSTEL, CHAPMAN, ALICE R. ADLER JACKSON LYTLE WILLIAMS He was born January 31, 1924, in Donald E. Blevins, 84, of Spring-
children; a brother, Ken & Inis DUNBAR & FRALEY FUNERAL Alice R. Adler, 89, of Springfield FUNERAL HOME- SPRING- Springfield the son of Adam and field died Saturday, February 28,
Reynolds of Corbin, Kentucky; HOME, New Carlisle, Ohio, with passed away peacefully Friday FIELD. In Lieu of flowers, memo- Minnie (Fogle) Wagner. Mr. Wag- 2009, in the Springfield Regional
nieces, nephews, other relatives Rev. Burt Wolfe officiating. Burial morning, February 27, 2009, in the rial contributions may be made to ner served in the United States Medical Center. He was born in
and friends. In addition to his par- followed in New Carlisle Cemetery. Ohio Masonic Ohio. She was born Abiding Christ Lutheran Church, Army and retired from SPECO- Springfield, Ohio, on June 30, 1924,
ents, he is preceded in death by his In lieu of flowers donations may be September 30, 1919, in Springfield, 326 E. Dayton-Yellow Springs Kelsey Hayes with forty-seven the son of William Harden and Bes-
first wife, Catherine F. Reynolds; made to West Charleston Church the daughter of Adam and Marga- Road, Fairborn, Ohio, 45324. Send years service. He was a member sie Mrytle (Rohrer) Blevins. Don
brothers & sisters. Funeral services of the Brethren, 7390 St. Rd. 202, ret (Wendt) Rader. Alice enjoyed condolences to the family at <www. of Clark Lodge #101, F&AM and was a member of the Donnels
were held Tuesday, March 3, 2009, Tipp City, Ohio 45371 or Hospice working in her garden and sewing. jacksonlytle.com>. UAW Local 1192. He is survived Creek Church of the Brethren. He
at the TROSTEL, CHAPMAN, of Dayton, 324 Wilmington Ave, She will be sadly missed by every- by his brother Robert “Bob” Wag- worked for Quick Manufactur-
DUNBAR & FRALEY FUNERAL Dayton, Ohio 45420. Expressions one who knew and loved her. Sur- ner; sister-in-law Marjorie (Mabry) ing and later Toro, retiring from
HOME, New Carlisle, Ohio. Burial of sympathy may be sent to <www. vivors include her daughter, Linda Wilt, both of Springfield; one neph- the William Bailey Company as a
followed in Glen Haven Memorial trostelchapman.com>. Deaton of Springfield; one son and ew; three nieces and many friends. grinder and chipper. He was pre-
Gardens. Expressions of sympathy daughter-in-law, Terry and Darlene He was preceded in death by his ceded in death by his parents, wife
may be sent to <www.trostelchap- PATRICIA SCHLAGLE Adler of Urbana; one grandson, CURTIS LEE HENSELY wife Mary Ellen (Mabry) Wagner Wilda Mae Blevins, sons Daryl Jay
man.com>. Schlagle, Patricia A., 79, of Spring- Elijah Adler of Urbana and numer- Curtis Lee Hensley, age 70, of in 2007; brother Burnett Wagner; and Bert Blevins, sisters Patricia
field, passed away peacefully on ous nieces, nephews and cousins. South Vienna, Ohio, went home sister Betty Jean Wagner and his Ann Blevins, Anna Mary Riggs,
THELMA MAE STREBER Saturday, February 28, 2009. She She was preceded in death by her to be with the Lord, February 27, good friend George Bull. Funeral and Lois King, brother Richard L.
Thelma Mae Streber, 85 of Spring- was born on January 16, 1930, a parents; husband, John O. Adler in 2009. Curt the son of the late Lu- services were held Monday, March Blevins. His survivors include two
field went to be with the Lord on daughter of Paul and Clara (Flem- January of 1979 and son-in-law, ther and Haley Hensley was born 2, 2009, in the RICHARDS, RAFF daughters Nancy L. Miller and Dar-
Friday, February 27, 2009, in the ing) Sheerin. Patricia is preceded Robert Deaton in November of January 28, 1939, in Floyd County, & DUNBAR MEMORIAL HOME la Joy Blevins both of Springfield,
Dayview Care Center, New Carl- in death by her parents; late hus- 2003. Funeral services will be held Kentucky. He has been a member with Rev. Orbie Estep officiating. one son Donald E. (Ruth) Blevins
isle. She was born in Springfield, band of 51 years, Billie Schlagle; on Tuesday, March 3, 2009, at 11 of the Lake View Baptist Church Burial will be in Oakdale Cemetery, of London, two brothers William M.
Ohio, on October 7, 1923, the Brother, John Sheerin; sister, Mary a.m. in the LITTLETON & RUE for twenty-three years and is a retir- Urbana. In lieu of flowers memorial and Harden Jr. Blevins, one sister
daughter of Harry Franklin and Jo Sheerin; and niece, Kelly Pierce. FUNERAL HOME with Pastor ee from General Motors following contributions may be made to Hon- Phyllis M. Green all of Springfield,
Ada Mae (Hoke) Steele. Thelma She is survived by nephew, Patrick Craig Grammer officiating. Burial thirty years of dedicated service. or Flight, 300 East Auburn Ave., two grandchildren Brian (Rhonda)
was a 1947 graduate of the Spring- Sheerin; 2 great-nieces, Rebekah followed in the Ferncliff Cemetery. Curt was a devoted husband, father, Springfield, Ohio 45505. Send ex- Blevins of Kettering and Van-
field City School of Nursing and of Sheerin and Krystal Franks; great- Express condolences to the family and grandfather and was known by pressions of sympathy to <www. essa (Chip) Becker of Columbus,
Wittenberg University. She was a nephew, Daniel Pierce and 1 great- at <www.littletonandrue.com>. his family, friends and neighbors for richardsraffanddunbar.com>. three great-grandchildren Emma
registered nurse and the 3:00-11:00 great nephew. She is also survived his wit, kindheartedness and hard- and Jackson Becker and Matthew
PM Nursing Supervisor at Com- by special friends, Cheryl Linkhart, working deeds. Curt is survived LOUIS M. CABRAL Blevins, several nieces and neph-
munity Hospital retiring in 1989 Elizabeth Liethauser and Mike Pe- by his wife Gertrude of fifty years; Louis M. Cabral, 71, of Medway, ews. Services were held Thursday,
after 40 years of service. Thelma ters. Patricia loved to travel and had his sons, Jeffrey Curtis (Pam), and Ohio passed away unexpectedly March 5, 2009, in the RICHARDS,
was a member of Trinity Mis- a passion for reading. She retired EDGAR F. KELSEY Lesley Darryl; grandchildren, Clin- Sunday March 1, 2009. He was RAFF & DUNBAR MEMORIAL
sionary Church, where she was from Olan Mills as the Plant Man- Edgar F. Kelsey, 83, of Springfield ton (Robin), Bryce, Cody, Hillary, born August 28, 1937 in St. Miguel, HOME with Pastor Tad Hobart
involved with the card ministry, ager in 1995 after 48 years of ser- passed away Friday, February 27, Hope and Luke; and great grand- Azore Islands the son of the late officiating. Entombment followed
women’s group, former Sunday vice. A celebration of Patricia’s life 2009, in the Springfield Regional sons Preston and Lleyton; brothers, Hermano & Mary(Costa) Cabral. in Rose Hill Mausoleum. Memo-
school teacher, and other boards at was held Tuesday, March 3, 2009, Medical Center following a brief Bobby Dean (Donna) Hensley, Gary He is survived by three daughters, rial contributions are requested to
the church. She was also very ac- at JACKSON LYTLE WILLIAMS illness. He was born in Spring- Hensley; sisters, Phyllis Mullins, Linda & Patrick Tilt, Terri Cabral the Donnels Creek Church of the
tive with the Community Hospital FUNERAL HOME- SPRING- field, Ohio on March 18, 1925, Deonna Allen; mother-in-law Mae Lewis & Susan & Steve Simmer- Brethren. Expressions of sympathy
School of Nursing Alumni. Thelma FIELD, Chaplain Bruce Vincent the son of Raymond & Isa Pearl Newsome; sister in-laws, Maxine man; a son, Steven Cabral; nine may be sent to www.richardsraf-
was a wonderful caregiver to many officiating. Burial followed at Fern- (Fielder) Kelsey. Edgar retired (Doug) Collins, Brenda (Rex) Wil- grandchildren, Katlyn & Dylan Tilt, fanddunbar.com.
people over the years, from tak- cliff Cemetery. In Lieu of flowers, from Schaefer’s Bakery as a night son, Marcella (Terry) Hall; brother- Matthew, Amanda, Ashley & Mae-
ing them to their doctor’s appoint- memorial contributions may be foreman with 25 years of service. in-laws Russell (Faye) Newsome, gan Lewis, Nathan Simmerman, OTIS E. KIRBY
ments, taking them out to eat, or made to: The Ohio Masonic Home, Edgar loved life to the fullest and Lesley (Joan) Newsome; and many Stacey Jamieson, Logan Cabral; Otis E. Kirby, 91 of Springfield died
talking to them on the phone either 2655 W. National Rd. Springfield, was an avid bowler, fisherman, and close nieces and nephews, as well two brothers, Herman & Joseph Sunday March 1, 2009. He was born
daily or weekly. She was preceded OH 45502 Condolences may be trap shooter. He was preceded in as great nieces and nephews. In Cabral; two sisters, Natalie Cabral in Springfield on January 14, 1918,
in death by her parents, husband sent to the family at <www.jack- death by his parents, brothers Or- addition, Curt is preceded in death & Cecilia Piva; nieces, nephews, the son of Otis and Jessie (Slagle)
Joseph K. Streber, brothers Howard sonlytle.com>. ville and Marvin Kelsey, sister by his brother Luther Hensley Jr. other relatives and friends. In ad- Kirby. He was a Dairy Farmer for
H. Steele, Harley F. Steele, and J.A. Catherine Pillion, and grandson and sister Anna Lee Pennington. dition to his parents, he is preceded 50 years in Clark County with reg-
Steele. Her survivors include one Shawn Hess. Edgar has left to cher- A celebration of Curtis’s life was in death by his beloved wife of 44 istered Jersey cattle and owner of
sister Alma L. Gracy, three broth- ish his memory his wife of 55 years held Wednesday, March 4, 2009, years, Barbara Ann Cabral. Ser-
ers and two sisters in law Harold E. Barbara J. (Eaves) Kelsey, son in the RICHARDS, RAFF& DUN- vices were held Wednesday, March "Precious in the eyes of the Lord
Steele, Arthur E. (Marjorie) Steele, Curtis (Bonnie) Kelsey, daughter are the death of His saints"
John 11:25 "Jesus said unto her, I
and Wilbert R. (Jessie) Steele all of
New Carlisle, numerous nieces and
CURTIS LEE HENSELY
Curtis Lee Hensley, age 70, of
Vickie Hess, grandchildren Jason
and Holly Hess, and Fred Kelsey, Every Obituary, Every Day am the resurrection, and the life:
nephews. The family is being served South Vienna, Ohio, went home great-granddaughter Morgan Hess. We update our online obituaries every morning, He that believeth in me, thought
he were dead, yet shall he live:
by RICHARDS, Raff & DUNBAR to be with the Lord, February 27, Services were held Tuesday, March every weekday at <www.thespringfieldpaper.com> We hope this will comfort you.
MEMORIAL HOME, Springfield. 2009. Curt the son of the late Lu- 3, 2009, in the RICHARDS, RAFF
A celebration of Thelma’s life was ther and Haley Hensley was born & DUNBAR MEMORIAL HOME
held Monday, March 2, 2009, in the
Trinity Missionary Church, 3525
E. National Road, Springfield, with
January 28, 1939, in Floyd County,
Kentucky. He has been a member
of the Lake View Baptist Church
with Rev. Danny R. Miller officiat-
ing. Burial followed in Glen Haven
Memorial Gardens. Expressions of
Rev. Warren Banks officiating. for twenty-three years and is a retir- sympathy may be sent to <www. Back Vaughn, 58, of Sidney, napt, passing bad checks,, in- W Jefferson St, assault, con- endangering, innocent, con-
Burial followed in Glen Haven Me- ee from General Motors following richardsraffanddunbar.com>. OH, dus, innocent, contin- nocent, continued, use/poss. tinued. tinued, child endangering,
morial Gardens. Memorial contri- thirty years of dedicated service. ued, pd apptd, bond $1,000, drug paraphern., continued, Moreno Nicholas, 24, of innocent, continued, child
butions are requested to the Com- Curt was a devoted husband, father, JEAN INGLEDUE failure to control, inno- napt, use/poss.drug para- 902 1/2 Clifton Ave, dus ovi endangering, innocent, con-
munity Hospital School of Nursing and grandfather and was known by Ingledue, Jean, 81, of Springfield, cent, continued, use/poss. phern., continued, use/poss. suspension,, innocent, con- tinued.
drug paraphern.,, innocent., drug paraphern., continued, tinued, dus ovi suspension,, Trigueros Jose Luis, 8, of
Scholarship Fund. Expressions of his family, friends and neighbors for went home to be with her Lord and
continued, pd apptd, bond use/poss. drug paraphern., innocent, continued, driver 221 W Euclid Ave, driver
sympathy may be sent to <www. his wit, kindheartedness and hard- Savior on Saturday, February 28, $500. continued, possession of license required, innocent, license required, continued,
richardsraffanddunbar.com>. working deeds. Curt is survived 2009. She was born on January 8, Boyer Ruth D, 49, of West drugs, continued, dus/dr re- continued. ftssa, continued, failure to
by his wife Gertrude of fifty years; 1928, daughter of Logan and Jen- Liberty, OH, passing bad striction, continued, napt, Moreno Nicholas, 24, of control, continued.
HOMER B. WEAVER his sons, Jeffrey Curtis (Pam), and nie (DeTillianti) Campbell. She is checks, innocent, continued, display of license plates, 1014 Linden Ave, falsifica- Turner Maurice A, 22, of
Homer B. Weaver, 84, of Tipp City, Lesley Darryl; grandchildren, Clin- preceded in death by her parents; dnq pd. continued, head lights, con- tion, continued, dus ovi sus- Dayton, OH, ovi/refusal/no
Ohio, passed away Friday Febru- ton (Robin), Bryce, Cody, Hillary, and loving husband, Adolph A. Cave Robert L, 21, of 2600 tinued. pension,, continued, driver test,, continued, ovi/breath,
ary 27, 2009, at Hospice of Dayton. Hope and Luke; and great grand- Ingledue (1980). She is survived by Middle Urbana Rd, use/ Hughes Jamie D, 35, of Co- license required, continued, continued, dus/dr restriction,
poss. drug paraphern., con- lumbus, OH, stand/park on tail light, continued, seat continued, marked lanes,
He was born January 28, 1925, in sons Preston and Lleyton; brothers, a daughter and son-in-law, Alberta
tinued, possession of drugs, sidewalk, continued, OR belt driver, continued. continued, seat belt, contin-
Miami County the son of the late Bobby Dean (Donna) Hensley, Gary and Marion Conley of Springfield; continued. Bond. Nesser Robert Lynn, 36, of ued.
Clarence & Verta (Wright) Weaver. Hensley; sisters, Phyllis Mullins, Brother, Charles Campbell of Colwell Everett, 47, of New Hughes Jamie D, 35, of 357 235 N Race St, domestic vi- Wade Billie Jo, 38, of 4532
Homer was a graduate of Newton Deonna Allen; mother-in-law Mae Phoenix, AZ; grandchildren, June Carlisle, OH, dus, contin- Stanton Ave, expired tag or olence,, continued, assault, E National Rd, assault, inno-
High School and was a Merchant Newsome; sister in-laws, Maxine Solem of S. Wales, NY, Gwen and ued, dnq pd, OR Bond, sticker, innocent, continued, continued. cent, continued, pd apptd.
Marine veteran of WWII. He was (Doug) Collins, Brenda (Rex) Wil- husband Sam Vanover of Enon, and failure to reinstate lic, con- OR Bond. Parks Norman Lamont, 46, Walker Nkosi A, 32, of 839
a member of the West Charles- son, Marcella (Terry) Hall; brother- Heather Ingledue of Warrington, tinued, speed for conditions, Hughes Jamie Denise, 35, of of 2005 1/2 Columbus Ave, S Wittenberg Ave, dwi/
ton Church of the Brethren. He is in-laws Russell (Faye) Newsome, PA; great-grandchildren, Storm, continued. 357 Stanton Ave, possession assault, innocent, continued, breath test, innocent, con-
Crowley Kinsley K, 31, of of drugs, innocent, contin- telephone harassment, inno- tinued, declines pd, napt,,
survived by his wife of 62 years, Lesley (Joan) Newsome; and many Skylar, and Sydney Jean Solem,
421 W Liberty St, crim.tres- ued, pd apptd, bond $2,000, cent, continued. bond $1,000,, dui, innocent,
Helen (Artz) Weaver; two sons, close nieces and nephews, as well and Olivia Vanover; and many pass, innocent, continued, use/poss. drug paraphern., Parsley Gerome A, 30, of continued, drive w/out valid
Gary & Pat Weaver of Troy, Ohio, as great nieces and nephews. In nieces, nephews, and friends. Jean napt. innocent.,continued, pd ap- 3301 Miller Rd Trl 41, fail lic, innocent, continued, red
John & Tammy Weaver of Tipp addition, Curt is preceded in death was a charter member at St.Andrew Daugherty Ronald E, 30, of ptd, bond $250. to comply, innocent, con- light, innocent, continued,
City; a daughter, Kathy (Weaver) by his brother Luther Hensley Jr. Lutheran Church and a member 216 Stanton Avenue, cert. Jaynes Deanna L, 48, of 402 tinued, napt, dus, innocent, operating w/o use all s/b, in-
title (jumping),, bench war- Washington, bench warrant continued, napt, open con- nocent, continued.
rant ordered,, bond $500. served-bond posted, guilty, tainer/vehicle, innocent, Whitten Thomas A, 42, of
Fenwick Pattie J, 34, of bond $5,000. continued, speed, innocent, 2952 W National Rd, as-
1018 Middle St, dus/dr re- Johnson Bryce A, 24, of 425 continued. sault, innocent, continued,
striction, innocent, contin- Hazelbrook Ave, ovi/refusal/ Piersoll Edward M, 51, of pd apptd.
ued, bond $2,000. Fenwick no test, innocent, continued, 337 Chestnut Ave Apt 319, Whitten Thomas A, 42, of
Pattie Jo, 34, of At Large, dus, innocent, continued, fail possession of drugs, con- 1715 W North S Apt 222,
theft, innocent, continued, to signal left turn, innocent, tinued. falsification, innocent, con-
bond $3,000. continued, seat belt driver, Rhodes Jennifer L, 26, of tinued, pd apptd.
Flint Bonnie Ann, 38, of innocent, continued. 535 S Lowry Ave, forgery, Willmeth Royce Richard,
New Carlisle, OH, induc- Jones Jerrico Leon, 18, of innocent, continued, pd ap- 24, of 1610 Edwards Ave,
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of 1717 Fulton Ave, com- ment, continued. cent, continued, pd apptd, missed - prosecutor request,
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Hendrickson Heather L, 38, Park Ave, burglary, innocent, Salyers Pattie Joe, 34, of missed - prosecutor request,
RICHARDS, RAFF TROSTEL, CHAPMAN, of Dayton, OH, hit skip pvt continued, pd apptd, bond 1018 Middle St, theft, in- 12 point susp, dismissed -
& DUNBAR DUNBAR & FRALEY prop, innocent, continued, $20,000, tamper with evi- nocent, continued, bond prosecutor request, oper w/o
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Springfield New Carlisle OH, dus, continued, napt, Mathews Christopher R, 21, off.business, innocent, con- sign, dismissed - prosecutor
325-1564 845-9477 expired plates, continued, of South Charleston, OH, tinued, napt. request.
headlight viol., continued. domestic violence, contin- Travis David Levi, 20, of Yoder Dwayne T, 32, of
www.richardsra anddunbar.com www.trostelchapman.com Huffman Eliza M, 44, of ued, bond $1,000, assault,, 1932 Fred Jordan Apt G, 1099 E Jackson Rd, request
“locally owned and operated by people you know and trust” Enon, OH, passing bad continued. child endangering, inno- for bail, continued, waiver
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Business March 11, 2009 s The Springfield Paper s Page C7
Fox’s Pizza Den: Experience Pizza Freedom!
By KIM MCKINLEY six “specialty” to salads and Fox’s Pizza Den also
Staff Writer pizzas which are more.” “More” supports Ohio business by
favorites among is the operative purchasing all their food
Are you ready to ex- their custom- word! Fox’s ingredients from a fam-
perience Pizza at its fin- ers (and any of also offers great ily-owned company in
est? If so, then a short trip their pizzas can side items such Toledo, Ohio. “We want
to Enon, Ohio is in order! be made into the as mozzarella to support our state busi-
Fox’s Pizza Den, located at “Big Daddy” size cheese sticks, ja- ness,” said Mr. McCopin.
17 N. Xenia Drive, Enon, of 1 ft. x 2 ft!) : lapeño poppers, Another feature which
Ohio, has been in the Enon • T h e and French fries. sets Fox’s Pizza apart is
area for over fifteen years Chicken Ranch McCopin added, their dining room, com-
and has had many years to is their #1 re- “We try to make plete with live entertain-
perfect not only their piz- quested pizza. things healthier ment on many weekends.
za, but also develop a full Ranch dressing by baking them “We offer family friendly
menu of many delicious is the key to this rather than deep entertainment in a safe,
discoveries. delicious choice, frying. The taste clean, and fun environ-
Owner, Jason McCo- along with chick- is great with less ment,” offered McCopin.
pin is proud of their pizza en, onions, toma- Head driver Nick Gillespie, day manager Mike Mount, and head cook Chris Winkle get fat and calories- “You just don’t find that
selections and expanded toes, and black ready to box a pizza at Fox Pizza in Enon, Ohio. Photo by Doug Chase who can beat everywhere.” If bands
menu: “Being a privately olives; that?” or solo acts are interested
owned franchise has given • The Fox’s Deluxe provides a Mexican flare out sauce and offers all the Other great items on in being considered for
us the freedom to expand combines pepperoni, sau- with tortilla chips, taco veggies one can imagine. the menu include the of- scheduling, they should
and experiment with items sage, mushrooms, onions meat, lettuce, tomatoes, What sets Fox’s Pizza ten sought-after strombo- contact Jason McCopin
and ingredients. We’ve and green peppers; and cheddar cheese; Den apart from other Piz- lis which come with five at the restaurant at: (937)
worked very hard to get our • The Steak Rancher • The Meat Super is za restaurants? “It’s defi- or more toppings and are 864-3663.
recipes down ‘just right.’” delights the “cowboy” in for the definite meat lov- nitely the diversity of our available in small, medi- Fox’s Pizza Den is
If pizza is on your taste all of us with steak, A-1 er, combining 6 different menu and our great restau- um, and large sizes. Spa- open Monday-Thursday
buds, Fox’s Pizza Den has sauce, mushrooms, green meats; rant atmosphere. You can ghetti is another favorite, 11am-10pm; Friday &
many different varieties to peppers, and onions; • The Veggie Pizza get everything here from a along with sub and hoagie Saturday 11am-11pm, and
choose from. They have • The Taco Pizza can be made with or with- great hamburger to pizza sandwiches. Sundays from 4pm-10pm.
OBITUARIES.................................................................................................................................................................................continued from C6
Beaver Lake. He was past president Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, School and was attending Clark daughter of Charles F. and Ruth L. of Emergency Department, Mercy Harrington Drive, Plain City, OH
of the Springfield Jersey Cattle 300 Research Parkway, Suite 310, State University. He was involved (Rice) Smith. Jo Anne had worked Medical Center, Springfield, OH 43064-add notation “Jana Banks
Club, member of the Ohio Dairy- Meriden, CT 06450. For online in Young Life of the Springfield as Body Shop Manager for Gene and Assistant Director (2007-2008) Honduras Fund.” Condolences to
man Association, a 50 year member condolences and guest book, please community where he also served as Young Toyota, enjoyed Country of the Emergency Department, the family can be sent to <www.
of the Clark County Farm Bureau, visit our website at: <www.carmon- a helping hand leader, and a member Line Dancing, riding motorcycles Fayette County Memorial Hospital, jacksonlytle.com>.
an early member of the Farm Bu- funeralhome.com>. of the One 80 group of Fellowship and was an avid animal lover. Washington Court House, OH. Jana
reau Security Council, a past mem- Christian Church. Peter’s survi- She is survived by her mother of began her medical career as a Para-
ber of the board of the Miami Val- JEAN M. PURK vors include his parents of Spring- Springfield; three sons and daugh- medic in 1979; thereafter serving in
ley Dairy Association. He was Past Jean M. Purk, 86, of Springfield, field; sister, Sarah E. Stephens of ters-in-law Shane E. and Nikki many capacities culminating as a
Master of H.S. Kissell Lodge 674 F died Wednesday March 4, 2009, Springfield; paternal grandmother, Smith of Cheshire, Ohio, Sean E. renowned physician and the Medi-
& A.M., a 50-year member of the in Villa Springfield. She was born Opal Stephens of Manchester, and Tiffany Smith of Springfield, cal Director of the Enon/Mad River
Springfield Chapter #48 Royal Arch November 7, 1922, in McConnells- Tennessee; maternal grandfather, Roy W. “Will” and Leesa Raines Township EMS. Her professional ILENE FERGUSON
Masons, Valley of Dayton Scottish ville, Ohio, the daughter of Wen- Manuel Puri of the Philippines; and of Middletown, Ohio; one sister memberships include the American Ilene (Caudill) Ferguson, 84, of
Rite, Antioch Temple of Dayton, dell Phillips and Mary (McKibben) numerous aunts, uncles and cous- Linda L. Sarven of Springfield; one College of Emergency Physicians Springfield, died Thursday March
Springfield Clark County Shrine Wert. Survivors include her son ins. He was preceded in death by brother and sister-in-law Charles F., and the Emergency Medicine Resi- 5, 2009 in Springfield Regional
Club and past president of Ma- and daughter-in-law, Milton and his paternal grandfather, John Ste- Jr. and Kay Smith of Springfield; dents’ Association. Jana is preceded Medical Center - East High Cam-
sonic Friendship Dance Club. Sur- Ann Fields of North Hampton; four phens and maternal grandmother, four granddaughters; two great in death by her mother. She is sur- pus. She was born September 5,
vivors include his daughter Shari grandchildren, Ryan Fields, Teresa Catalina Puri. We were blessed be- grandchildren; several nieces and vived by her father; her best friend, 1924 in Sandy Hook, Kentucky,
Knight and son-in-law Ed Urbanek, Duffy, Michelle Metcalf and Al- yond imagination for God’s grace nephews and her little dog “Bud- Paula J. Rich; four sisters, Jade M. the daughter Alvin and Vesta Cau-
granddaughter and husband Kristi lison Salyer; five great-grandchil- in sharing Peter with us these short dy”. She was preceded in death by Banks of Falls Church, VA, Jule A. dill. She was a member of Maiden
(Knight) Rodney Craddock, grand- dren, Taylor Duffy, Zachary Fields, years. A celebration of Peter’s life her father. Memorial services were (Kernie) Moore of Davisburg, MI, Lane Church of God. Survivors in-
son Rob Knight & Jamie Irons and Haley Fields, Jake Salyer and Molly was held in the Cornerstone Bap- held Sunday, March 8, 2009, in the Joan I. (George) Falldine of Warner clude her children Linda L. King;
wonderful caregiver Sara Cotrell Metcalf. She was preceded in death tist Church, 2643 North Limestone RICHARDS, RAFF & DUNBAR Robins, GA, and Jolyn B.(Michael) Larry and Linda Hatter; Mark and
McClanahan, great grandsons An- by her first husband Lewis Fields Street, Springfield, Saturday, March MEMORIAL HOME with Rev. Or- Verbillion of Springfield, OH; Rhonda Drummond and Tammy
drew and Tyler Craddock, nephew and second husband Kenneth Purk, 7, 2009, with Pastor Sam Bryant bie Estep officiating. Expressions brother, Robert C. (Donna) Banks and Troy Owen all of Springfield;
Ron (Diane) Ash of Lawrence, and two brothers, Wendell P. Wert officiating. Memorial contributions of sympathy may be sent to <www. of Jacksonville, FL; and six nieces fifteen grandchildren; numerous
Kansas, dear friend Mary (Tuttle) Jr. and William T. Wert. Funeral may be made to Springfield Young richardsraffanddunbar.com>. and nephews, Jessica Banks, Chris- great-grandchildren and great-
Wisted of Spring, Texas. He was services were held LITTLETON & Life, P. O. Box 1465, Springfield, tian Falldine, Meagan Verbillion, great-grandchildren; two sisters,
preceded in death by his wife of RUE FUNERAL HOME Monday, Ohio 45501 or Fellowship Church, JANA R. BANKS, MD David Falldine, Grace Falldine, and Carrie Kahler and Ann Yoakum
64 years Marjorie Neff Kirby and March 9, 2009. Burial will be in c/o One80, 2301 Valley Loop Road, Banks, Jana R. M.D., 47, of Spring- Claire Moore; countless friends and and several nieces and nephews.
sisters: Marie Green, Maude Tin- Rose Hill Burial Park. Express con- Springfield, Ohio 45504. The fam- field, passed away in her home sur- colleagues who will miss her dearly. She was preceded in death by her
kom, Stella Trump, Elizabeth Ash dolences to the family at <www. ily is being served by the LITTLE- rounded by family on Thursday, A mass of Christian Burial was held husband, William “Fergie”; son
and brothers: Cecil Kirby, Edwin littletonandrue.com>. TON & RUE FUNERAL HOME. March 5, 2009. The daughter of Saturday, March 7, 2009, in the St. James Hatter; grandson Clarence
Kirby, and Kenneth Kirby. Masonic Express condolences to the family Robert I. and Julia A. (Wald) Banks, Paul Catholic Church, 308 Phillips King and son-in-law, Terry King;
services were held March 4, 2009, at <www.littletonandrue.com>. she was a devoted daughter, sister, St. Yellow Springs, OH 45387 with one sister and six brothers. Funeral
in the LITTLETON & RUE FU- aunt and friend until the Lord called Father Louis Asobi and Father An- services were held Monday March
NERAL.Graveside services were her home. Jana was a physician thony J. Geraci officiating. Inter- 9, 2009, in LITTLETON & RUE
held on Thursday at 11:30 a.m. in PETER NATHAN STEPHENS specializing in emergency medi- ment followed in Enon Cemetery. FUNERAL HOME with Pastor
the Ferncliff Cemetery with Pastor Peter Nathan Stephens, 20, of cine for 18 years. She was a Chief The family is being served by the Mark Martin officiating. Burial is
Dan Powell officiating. Express Springfield, passed away Tuesday, JO ANNE MCCLARY Resident of Emergency Medicine JACKSON LYTLE WILLIAMS in Rose Hill Burial Park. Express
condolences at <www.littletonan- March 3, 2009, in his residence. He Jo Anne McClary, 58, of Spring- at MetroHealth Center and Flight Funeral Home, 2425 N. Limestone condolences to the family at <www.
drue.com>. was born July 23, 1988, in Yuma, field died Wednesday, March 4, Physician for Metro Life Flight in St. Springfield, OH. Jana’s family littletonandrue.com>.
Arizona, the son of Scott and Maria 2009, in Community Hospital fol- Cleveland, OH from 1993-1994; asks that contributions be made in
(Tess) Stephens. Peter was a 2006 lowing a lengthy illness. She was Attending Physician (1994-2007) her name to the Raymond Foun-
graduate of Springfield North High born July 3, 1950, in Springfield the and Assistant Director (2000-2007) dation c/o Mrs. Holly Dicke, 501
THOMAS J. SMITH
Thomas J. Smith, 66, of Elling-
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(Driscoll) Smith, passed away sud-
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Real Estate Today
Page C8 s The Springfield Paper s March 11, 2009
Emergency Repair Installment Loan Program Offers
Assistance to Local Homebuyers Facing Forclosures
By Dan Martin Housing and Urban Devel- median income as adjusted The Emergency Re- city. The loan provides of your home. These pro-
Springfield City opment (HUD), financial for family size. pair Installment Loan pro- that up to 50% of the loan grams are available for
Commissioner assistance is available to The Emergency Repair vides assistance through a amount may be forgiven homeowners in any part of
Springfield residents who Deferred Loan Program is five year low-interest loan over a 5 to 10 year pe- the city, but are limited as
Spring is just around meet program eligibility available to homeowners to remedy problems that riod with the remainder to money remains available,
the corner, and with the requirements. aged 62 and up or have provide serious health and be paid when the owner and are subject to an ap-
change of seasons home- I want to highlight a handicap or disability. safety concerns. This could sells the home. Loans can proval process.
owners often find it’s time a few of these programs Eligible persons may re- include repairs to a furnace range up to a maximum of These funds provide
to make repairs and im- that might help citizens in ceive zero interest loans to or roof or other costly, but $20,000.00. a great opportunity to fix
provements to their resi- need of assistance. Gen- provide repairs for major essential repairs. Two other programs problems in your home,
dence. erally, the programs are projects like roofs, fur- These funds may also target exterior improve- and during these difficult
The City of Springfield focused on owner occu- naces, plumbing repairs, be used to make improve- ments that help homeown- economic times, can help
in Partnership with Neigh- pants who are 62 years of electrical issues, insula- ments to help make a home ers improve the outside fix problems before they
borhood Housing Partners age or older and/or have tion, and water & sewer accessible to someone appearance of their prop- become even more expen-
of Greater Springfield may a permanent handicap or repairs. Loans range from who is disabled or handi- erty. Exterior improve- sive to fix in the future.
be able to help. Through disability. There is also an $3,000.00 to $5,000.00 capped. ments loans can help fund To get more informa-
the support of the Unit- income eligibility require- based on category of re- The City also offers the siding and window repair tion on these and other
ed States Department of ment based on the area quest. HOME Deferred Loans. and replacement. housing assistance pro-
This loan program can This might also help grams and to request ap-
BLOOMINGDEALS Home-Buying fund zero percent interest
loans for comprehensive
with emergency efficien-
cy as well as improve the
plication materials, you
can contact the City of
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