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Volume 30 Number 52
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PC Chamber celebrates Beacon’s 30th year
Basketball season winding down
My personal thanks to all whoturned out, or wanted to, for lastThursday’s PC Chamber Busi-ness After Hours at the 1812Restaurant in the Island House.According to Laura Schlachter atthe Chamber, they counted 110business cards turned in for reg-istration, but the estimate of thenumber attending was well overthat. The event was our ofcialobservance of the 30th Anniver-sary of The Beacon. As I said inmy little speech that night, “every face is a memory”. We won’t of-cially observe our 30th until nextweek.
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Ash Wednesday was (is)Wednesday, Feb. 13. This is a greattime of year for all of you sh lov-ers. The Port Clinton Knights of Columbus and the folks at St.Boniface Catholic Church in Oak Harbor will be hosting sh friesevery Friday during Lent. ThePort Clinton K of C will holdtheirs from 5 to 7:30 at Denny Bergeman Hall, 109 E Perry Street, featuring Lake Erie Perch,shrimp and ALL YOU CAN EATPollock Dinners with all the x-ings. Desserts are also available.At St. Boniface, the dinners willbe from 4-7 p.m. featuring friedor baked sh, and all the xings.Price for adults is $8, childrenages 6-12 are $5, and kids under 5eat free. Carryouts are available.
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Our Find Wylie win-ner for this week isHolly Arnold from Ca-tawba. She was one of 142 entries who found ourfriendly sh hiding in the ad forSlater’s on page 7A in last week’sBeacon. Holly wins our weekly $20 gift card from FriendshipFood Stores. We’ll be hiding Wy-lie again this week. If you ndhim, drop off an entry form atour ofce in the Beacon PlaceBusiness Center or click on theFind Wylie Icon at our website,www.thebeacon.net.
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They laid former Port ClintonPolice Chief Henry Jacoby to reston Tuesday. Hank was a “Cop’sCop”. The ofcers who served un-der him loved and respected him.He drove former mayor JohnFritz crazy because he alwayswore a suit to work instead of apolice uniform. We often buttedheads on how he controlled theinformation that his departmentreleased to the news media. Thatbecame a particular issue with theooding and high water prob-lems in the early 1970s. I also cannow tell this story, now that allof the principals have passed on.When he was being interviewedfor Chief of Police in Port Clin-ton by then Mayor Gordon Coo-per, he cautioned Gordon that if he got hired, he would enforcethe law … PERIOD! That meantgoing after Port Clinton’s infa-mous house of ill-repute, Rosies.Gordon hired him anyway, andit wasn’t that long after that hemade good on his promise. LikeI said, he was a “Cop’s Cop”, and agenuinely nice man.
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The Danbury High SchoolNational Honor Society will behosting a bake sale at the lastboys’ basketball game on Friday,Feb. 15. They will also be raisingmoney for the American HeartAssociation for Heart AwarenessWeek by selling T-Shirts for $10.
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On Thursday, Feb. 21, the Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerceis sponsoring a free seminar onConsumer Law Updates fromnoon to 1 p.m. The presenter willlook at advertising guidelines,cancellation rights of consumers,the Deposit Rule, door-to-doorsales, and refund policies plusmuch more. The seminar is freeto Chamber members, and $10for non members. The seminarwill be held at the Ottawa County Improvement Corporation, eastof Oak Harbor on State Route163. RSVPs are requested by 
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Mike Bassett has joined the United Way in Ot-tawa County Ron Case Challenge match of TomBohlander, Fairways Villas developer.Bohlander contacted United Way to honor thememory of his Fairway Villas partner and friendRon Case by offering a tribute match dona-tion challenge of $7500. United Way in OttawaCounty needs $15,000 to meet this year’s goal.Bassett has offered a Contribution Day to helpmeet the challenge and in celebration of Ron’slife. On Saturday, Feb.16, Bassett’s Market inPort Clinton will be donating $5 for every $50spent on groceries (no alcohol or cigarettes) inthe store.WPCR will also be doing a live radio remotefrom 10 a.m. to noon.If the challenge match is met on Saturday the16
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BY JOHN SCHAFFNER
A year ago, Port Clinton Mayor VinceLeone didn’t think he had enoughknowledge and information to give a“State of the City” address. However,this year he did, and he gave it at Tues-day night’s Port Clinton City CouncilMeeting.Right out of the box, he was full of praise for his staff at City Hall. “Therst and most important accomplish-ments this year in my belief is that Ihave surrounded myself with a greatgroup of people that equally share thedesire to move the City of Port Clin-ton in a forward and positive motion,”stated Mayor Leone at the beginning of his speech.He then moved on to heap praise onall of the City Departments, startingwith the Police department and Chief Rob Hickman. He noted that three vet-eran ofcers, Don Gaydosh, Bob Caseand Louise Bergeman retired, all withover 35 years of service. As for the FireDepartment led by Chief Kent Johnson,Leone stated he would put this re de-partment up against any community anywhere.Leone followed up with the ServiceDepartment. They completed negotia-tions with the city through TeamstersLocal 20. They implemented a new way to repair streets by using a “hot box trailer” which holds hot asphalt. Over200 tons of asphalt was used patch-ing city streets in 2012. They also hadto deal with 18 water breaks. An out-sourced investigation of Port Clintoninfrastructure revealed 19 leaks includ-ing 14 hydrants, 2 water mains and 2main valve leaks. All of the repairs weremade in house, according to the Mayor.Eric Peterson is the head of the City’sService Department.Tax revenues to the City increasedby over $133,000 in 2012 comparedto 2011. Improved collections and therenovations to Bataan School and con-struction of the new Middle Schoolalso had an impact.Mayor Leone also talked about anumber of ongoing projects includ-ing the work of the Conestoga groupsand the volunteers working on the City Garden on Beech Street. He also notedthe special attention that was given toVeterans Park on Monroe Street. Hespoke of the completion of the SloanDitch project on the City’s east side anda $250,000 grant from the Army Corpsof Engineers for the waterfront.A copy of Mayor Leone’s completeState of the City address has been post-ed on The Beacon’s website, www.the-beacon.net. 
PC Mayor touts city departmentsin State of the City Address
There will be a public meeting onFebruary 20 at the Elks Lodge onBuckeye Boulevard in Port Clintonfrom 6-8 p.m.The meeting will be an informativemeeting with Mike Rose, a developerfrom Washington Properties, to talk about downtown Port Clinton andthe waterfront. Council membersand administration will have therst opportunities to ask questionsthen it will be opened to publicquestions if time allows.Rose is the founder and chief ex-ecutive ofcer of Washington Prop-erties, a commercial real estatedevelopment, leasing and projectmanagement company specializingin the renovation and adaptive reuseof historic downtown properties.For over 27 years Rose, a Clevelandnative now residing in Medina, hasbuilt, leased and managed com-mercial and retail space in a variety of settings. He began rehabilitatingresidential projects in the 1980s anddeveloped a passion for sustainablecommunity development.Rose founded Washington Prop-erties in 1985. As one of the civicleaders concerned about the physi-cal and economic deterioration of downtown Medina, Rose and hisrm took the lead in transforminga shuttered, 88-year-old departmentstore into retail and ofce space.Rose has also developed a num-ber of commercial campuses alongthe growing Route 18 corridor thatlinks Medina’s Public Square withI-71. Rose then entered the Wooster,Brecksville and Orrville markets,initiating revitalization projects tobring new businesses into the cen-tral business districts.Today, downtown Wooster fea-tures approximately 50 high-quality residential lofts that continue tobe nearly 100 percent occupied. In2012, Rose also began leasing therst market-rate condominiums inthe city. “The idea is creating a met-ropolitan lifestyle with a small towncharm,” said Tony Cerny, architect atArchitectural Design Studios, of theWooster revitalization.More information on WashingtonProperties is available at www.wash-ingtonpropertiesinc.com.
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Corbin Sidney Bragg, of PortClinton, passed away unexpectedly,Tuesday, Feb. 5, at his home. Ar-rangements are pending at Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Cre-matory, Port Clinton.
Henry A. “Hank” Jacoby
Dec. 13, 1915-Feb. 7, 2013
Henry A. “Hank” Jacoby, 97, of Port Clinton, passed away Thursday,Feb. 7. He was born on Dec. 13, inWauseon, the son of Carl and Ka-trina (Eukorn) Jacoby Sr.Visitation will be 3-6 p.m., Mon-day, Feb. 11, in the Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home & Crematory,Port Clinton, where there will bean F.O.P. service at 6 p.m. Funeralservices will be conducted at 10a.m., Tuesday, Feb. 12, in the funeralhome. Interment will be in River-view Cemetery, Port Clinton. On-line condolences may be shared withthe family at www.walkerfuneral-homes.com.
Harold James Auler
Harold James Auler, 83, of Curtice,passed away, Friday, Feb. 8, at hisresidence. Arrangements are pend-ing at the Robinson-Walker FuneralHome & Crematory, Genoa.
James Dugan
Sept. 16, 1955-Feb. 7, 2013
James E. “Jim” Dugan, Sr., 57, of Port Clinton, died Thursday, Feb.7, at his residence. He was born onSeptember 16, 1955, in Toledo, theson of John B. and Sophie C. (Bev-ens) Dugan.Visitation will be held on Sunday,Feb. 10, from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at theNeidecker, LeVeck & Crosser FuneralHome, 1124 Fulton Street, Port Clin-ton. Funeral Services will be held atthe funeral home on Monday, Feb.11, at 10 a.m. Burial will follow inRoose Cemetery, Oak Harbor. On-line condolences may be expressedat www.neideckerleveckcrosser.com. 
Elaine Petersen
Nov. 12, 1924-Feb. 7, 2013
Elaine Petersen, 88, of Port Clinton,passed away unexpectedly, Thurs-day, Feb.7, at H.B. Magruder Hospi-tal, surrounded by her loving family.Elaine was born on Nov. 12, 1924, inBrookings, SD, the daughter of Hen-ry G. and Theresa (Sundal) Dybvig.As a young child the family movedto Dayton, OH. She graduated fromOhio State University, where she mether husband, Lowell S. Petersen, andthey married on Sept. 11, 1948.Elaine taught kindergarten fora few years and then worked as abookkeeper in her husband’s law of-ce until he retired. She was a mem-ber of St. John Lutheran Church,PEO Sisterhood, P.C. Yacht Club,Elks Lodge #1718 and an over 50- year member of one of her bridgeclubs. Elaine enjoyed painting in oilsand watercolors. She often took artclasses and workshops. Elaine wasa charter member of the P.C. Art-ist’s Club and served two years aspresident. She loved reading, sewing,playing bridge and training bonsai.Elaine will be greatly missed by herloving family and friends.Survivors include: Loving husbandof over 64 years, Lowell S. Petersenof Port Clinton, OH; Daughter Carol(Mark) Mitchell of Sterling Heights,MI; Son John S. Petersen of Cham-paign, IL; Grandson Jack Mitchell of Sterling Heights, MI; Granddaugh-ter Erica (Brad) Bible of St. ClairShores, MI; Great-GranddaughterTessa Bible; Brothers Stanley (Jean-nine) Dybvig, Roger (Jeanie) Dybvigand Philip (Rose) Dybvig. Elainewas preceded in death by her par-ents, brothers Talman Dybvig, War-ren Dybvig and Gene Dybvig andsister-in-law Barbara Bailey.A Gathering of family and friendswas held Saturday, Feb. 9, in theGerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home& Crematory, Port Clinton, followedby a Memorial service conducted by Reverend James Lehman. Memo-rial donations in memory of Elainemay be given to St. John LutheranChurch or the Ottawa County Hu-mane Society. Online condolencesmay be shared with the family atwww.walkerfuneralhomes.com.
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It is hard to believe that it has been over a month sincemy mother, Mary Alice Streeter, passed away. She, like my father, Clarence Streeter, loved this town of Port Clinton.They were both raised here as children and felt this was awonderful town in which to live and raise a family. Dadeven said to me one time while we were walking near thelake, “I think Port Clinton is God’s country, why wouldanyone want to live anywhere else?” To which I respond-ed, “I agree with you, Dad.”Port Clinton is a wonderful area, not just because of thespectacular view of Lake Erie, and not just because of thebeautiful seasons we have, its crowning glory is the peoplewho live here! Mom’s brothers and their wives and dad’ssister all raised their families here as well, so cousins wereplentiful, which made Port Clinton the family place tobe. Growing up here we felt safe, got a good educationand made oh so many wonderful and fun memories. Ourneighborhood was special, too. Keith & Marge Montgom-ery and Earl and Patsy Warnke were our other parentswho kept me in line as much as my own parents did. Butmore, they, and their children, were family, too.But this past January proved that many in Port Clintonare family to Greg and me as well. We received so many wonderful cards offering condolences, prayers, and Mass-es for mom. So many memorials to Immaculate Concep-tion, American Red Cross and to Stein Hospice, as wellas other non-prot organizations, like the Ottawa County Museum, etc. We received many Facebook messages, e-mails and texts telling us that people are thinking of us,praying for us. For a month now, wherever I go peoplecome up to me and tell me how sorry they are that mom isgone, that THEY MISS HER SO MUCH, that mom alwaysput a smile on their face when they would depart. Peoplewould stop their conversations and say, “I have to giveCarol a hug” as I was coming toward them. The hugs andthe smiles that I get in the grocery store, at church, in thestreet….. maybe there are other places in Ohio, or even inthe United States, like this, but I am glad I am here, withall of you. I feel I am blessed, and I KNOW I am blessed,to have so many to comfort me, as I pray I am comforting you as well in your loss of a friend, a mentor, a role model,a buddy, a sister in Christ.Mom left a wonderful legacy in Port Clinton, as did my dad. They gave to others and in return they received somuch goodness and love. Many of the “girls” at Curvessaid mom inspired them as well as made them laugh whileworking out, now it is YOUR responsibility to keep thesmiles and laughter going. You keep encouraging eachother so you can “look good in the box”!
(Mom’s senseof humor - the daughter of an undertaker!)Even after all these words, I still don’t know how to say,‘THANK YOU’ for all you have done for mom and forGreg and me. I truly am so appreciative of all the TLC thispast month. Sometimes it seems she is not even gone be-cause I see her reected in all of you.
I will say it again,I feel so blessed to be living in Port Clinton with so many wonderful people.
God Bless. Love you,Carol & Greg Fox 
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Marriage LicensesDean’s List
Dean’s List, Bowling Green State University FIrelandsCollege, fall 2012:
Kathryn Perry, ElmoreZachary Minton, Lakeside-MarbleheadRebecca Chaffee, Oak HarborNatalie Eyink, Oak HarborMackenzie Kightlinger, Oak HarborBreanne Lieske, Oak HarborJennifer Young, Oak HarborKarly Cross, Port ClintonEmily Finely, Port ClintonSamantha Grifn, Port ClintonShelby Grubb, Port ClintonCarisa Osmolski, Port ClintonJennifer Purtee, Port ClintonLisa Ramsey, Port Clinton 
Dean’s List, University of Dayton, fall 2012:
Kristen Brahier, Port Clintoncalling Valerie Wintereld at 419-898-0479 or email thechamber at chamber@oakharborohio.net by Feb.15.
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Today is Valentine’s Day, so don’t forget to do somethingspecial for your special person. That includes me!!!
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The Ottawa County Genealogical Society will meet thiscoming Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 7 p.m. at the Ida Rupp PublicLibrary in Port Clinton. Jennifer Fording of the Harris-Elmore Public Library will present the program aboutgenealogical materials available at the Harris-Elmore Li-brary. All members and guests are invited.
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The State of Ohio Mobile Computer Lab is coming tothe Danbury Senior Center for a full range of computerclasses now through Saturday, Feb. 16. Classes include:iPad Basics, MS Word, iCloud, Facebook, Pinterest, Gene-alogy 101, and a special class titled “Outsmarting InvestorFraud”. For more information, call the Ida Rupp PublicLibrary at 419-732-3212 to register.
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Fall in love with online scrapbooking, and join a classto create your own two-page layouts faster, simpler andeasier. Learn the basics of Close to My Heart’s online de-sign software. Date and time: Feb. 20, 2013 at 6 p.m. Callthe Ida Rupp Public Library at 419-732-3212 to register.
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For all those of you who live in the west side of Port Clin-ton, don’t forget the Conestoga West End Project meetingthis coming Wednesday, Feb. 20, starting at 6 p.m. at thenew Bataan School cafeteria. The group meets the thirdWednesday of each month.
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Attention all adults Girl Scout program leaders, pastand present. You are asked to “Save the Date” of Sunday,March 10, at 10:30 a.m. for a special gathering at St. JohnEvangelical Lutheran Church in Oak Harbor. Followingthe service there will be an informal reception upstairs inthe Social Room (an elevator is available). For more infor-mation, contact Vicki Wahlers at 419-898-5140 or emailher at vickylwahlers@hotmail.com.
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