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3 ....... CASE OF THE MISSING MONKEE CROSSWORD FUN: 2013 in Review

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Birthday Trivia
1. I was born on January 3, 1946 in England. I am a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter who co-founded the rock band Led Zeppelin. Jimmy Page and I wrote “Stairway to Heaven.” Who am I? 2. I was born January 3, 1950 in Japan. I am a TV actress who played the role of Pamela Ewing on the television series, Dallas. Who am I? 3. I was born on January 3, 1945 in Texas. I was ranked #28 in Rolling Stone Magazine’s 2003 list of The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. Before fame I joined The Continentals, the band that became The Eagles. I then became a singersongwriter with Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young. Who am I? 4. I was born January 17, 1922 in Illinois. I am a beloved comedic actress from Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Golden Girls. I also starred in Hot in Cleveland. Who am I?

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4 ......CELEBRATING WINTER Ice and Snow Festivals making winter fun! 5 ......FROZEN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS Taking snow and ice sculpting to a new level 6 ......WHY YOU MAY NEED TO THINK ABOUT LONG-TERM COVERAGE 7 ......I RESOLVE...AGAIN A humorous look at a yearly endeavor 7 ......HOCKING HILLS MAKES INTERNATIONAL MUST SEE LIST

5. I was born January 17, 1939 in DC. I am a TV talk show host and husband of Connie Chung. My daytime show ( a competitor of Jerry Springer) has been running since 1991. Who am Birthday I? 6. I was born January 22, 1934 in Calfornia. I am a 1. John Paul Jones TV actor who played roles in My Favorite Martian 2. Victoria Principal and The Incredible Hulk and The Courtship of 3. Stephen Stills Eddies Father. Who am I?

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4. Betty White 5. Maury Povich 6. Bill Bixby

You know you are a boomer when...
•If you remember when girls could not wear slacks, jeans etc. to public school. •You remember lining up in the school gymnasium to get the new vaccinations and you have a scar on your arm to prove it.

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Case of the missing Monkee
By Paul Neiman ing turned out to be a blessing, though, as A couple yars ago, there was a story out it enabled her to devote all of her time to of India that the last typewriter factory has her Liquid Paper business. Sales began just shut its doors for good. The reason? to skyrocket and, in an attempt to fill the Typewriters are becomdemand while keeping her ing obsolete since most costs down, Bette had her typing is now done on a son, Robert, help her fill the computer. It turns out that bottles of Liquid Paper. the story wasn’t entirely By 1975, her company, accurate, as there are a few the Liquid Paper Corporacompanies that still make tion, employed 200 people electric typewriters. and produced 25 million Back in 1956, a lady bottles of Liquid Paper that named Bette Nesmith were sold in 31 countries. worked as a typist for a She later sold her company bank. She wasn’t a very to Gillette for $47 million good typist, though, and plus royalties. found herself erasing her I don’t mean to change frequent mistakes with a the subject, but back in Nesmith pencil eraser. When her em1997, the 1960’s pop band, ployer switched over to electric typewriters, she could no longer erase The Monkees, staged their 30th Anniverher mistakes on the new type of ribbon, so sary Reunion Tour. Only three of the origishe set out to invent a product that would nal four band members participated. Davy allow her to paint over her mistakes. Bette Jones, Micky Dolenz and Peter Torkinson, created the invention of Liquid Paper, a.k.a. “Tork,” were all there, but what hapwhich was originally known as Mistake pened to the fourth Monkee? Why would Out, to help her in her job. he skip their reunion tour? Bette experimented with many differCould it be because the missing Monent combinations of ingredients until she kee was in much better financial shape found the right formula. Later, after she had than the other Monkees? If so, how did he already begun selling bottles of her Liquid become wealthier than the others? Paper, she was fired from her job. The firRemember when I mentioned that Bette Nesmith’s son, Robert, helped her fill the bottles with Liquid Paper in the 1950’s? Robert is his first name, but he goes by his middle name of Michael. You probably remember him as Michael Nesmith, guitarist for The Monkees. You know … Bette’s boy. Congratulations … you’ve just solved the “Case of the Missing Monkee.”

CROSSWORD FUN:
ACROSS 1. Fancy tie 6. *Amanda Bynes wore a blue one in court 9. A woman at Harvard after 1977 13. Star Wars attacker 14. Big time 15. Artillery burst 16. Rhino relative 17. Brit. fliers 18. E.T., e.g. 19. *New prince of Cambridge 21. *Leno’s successor 23. And not 24. Dispatched 25. What hernias do 28. Yamaguchi’s court 30. *Football HOFer, ______ Jones, died 35. Web ____ 37. Butcher’s cut 39. Eye _____ 40. Truth alternative 41. One affected by Hansen’s disease 43. Deuce topper 44. Be in harmony 46. Urban legends, e.g. 47. Kitten’s plaything 48. *Kind of care 50. Rich soil 52. French “lake” 53. Place to moor a boat 55. Gourmet mushroom 57. Female peafowl 60. Jewish village, historical 63. Elks’ hangout 64. Augment 66. Fear-inspiring 68. MPH 69. Bull’s mate 70. Sheep-like 71. Hibernation stations 72. *Kourtney and Kim 73. Cause aversion DOWN 1. *Jennifer Lawrence won for doing it 2. Smelting waste 3. Endure 4. *Satire newspaper that stopped printing 5. Reign of ______ 6. “The Way We ___” 7. Gershwin or Levin 8. Blooper 9. “____ Me Maybe” 10. Assortment 11. Fifty-fifty 12. *___ Draper of “Mad Men” went to L.A. 15. Some chips are this, some are not 20. Done on a barbie

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Celebrating Winter
“I wonder if the snow loves the trees and fields, that it kisses them so gently? And then it covers them up snug, you know, with a white quilt; and perhaps it says “Go to sleep, darlings, till the summer comes again.”
– Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass

There might be snow, it might be cold, but it doesn’t really matter. It’s time to play outside and celebrate the season. Many communities offer opportunities to turn our winter blues into a fun and joyous time of the year! Here are just a couple of very popular festivals you may want to check out!
February 1 & 2, 2014 Sandusky, Ohio from 10am - 4pm both days. Lake Erie in the winter? Bring your family for a fun and educational weekend of winter activities! Arctic Ice Festival takes place along the Sandusky waterfront at the Maritime Museum, the Sandusky Sailing Club and the Erie County Senior Center. This year’s Arctic Ice Festival is offering

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activities like ice skating, ice carving, ice boat racing, ice diving demonstration and more. Some events are weather-permitting. Events are held indoors and outdoors, dress warm! Visitors will also be able to tour the Maritime Museum. Also at the Maritime Museum on both Saturday and Sunday will be craft activities. The Erie County Senior Center will have a Soup Cook-Off on Saturday. Admis-

sion is $3 and you will be able to sample all the soups in the competition. January 22-27, 2014 Frankenmuth, Mich. Zehnder’s Snowfest has been host to one of the top snow sculpting events in North America for the past 22 years. Visitors have enjoyed larger-than-life snow sculptures and beautifully detailed ice carvings each year Zehnder’s Snowfest is also host to the National Collegiate Ice Carving Championship and the High School Snow Sculpting Competition. In addition, Zehnder’s Snowfest will have entertainment for the entire family in the warming tent, a fireworks display, pet-

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Observers walk the streets of Frankenmuth checking our snow sculptures. (Continued from page 4) -tors will be entertained and amazed as Greg Butauski, Award Winning Certified Master Ice Sculptor and his team create the TV-5 News Desk and a 100-block masterpiece featuring Pure Michigan artistry. Located in Zehnder’s Parking Lot behind Rau’s Country Store. Children’s Play Area Open – Next to Frankenmuth Toy Company. Free Petting Zoo & Children’s Pony Rides. Ice Diving demonstrations at Sandusky’s Artic Ice Fest. The World Ice Art Championships is an ice sculpting contest in Fairbanks, Alaska put on by Ice Alaska, a non-profit corporation started in 1989. The contest is the largest of its kind in the world and attended by more than 100 sculptors from 30 different countries every year. The contest also draws tens of thousands of spectators; Ice Alaska put on its first ice art championship in 1991; it featured 16 sculpting teams and lasted a week. Today the event lasts a month and features 75 teams from around the world. Through 2011, the ice festival took place on a 20-acre site across the Chena River from Pioneer Park, which the organizers leased from the Alaska Railroad. The event now takes place at the George Horner Ice Art Park. Ice blocks are harvested from an

Putt Putt Golf Course with a Jamaica Theme at Zehnders– Open 3 – 8 p.m. Everyone is welcome to play a 9-hole putt putt golf course where each hole has a different ice carving challenge to play through.

80-foot-deep pond called O’Grady Pond Too; the ice is so clear it is referred to as “arctic diamond”. In addition to sculptures on view, the event features a Kids Park sculpted out of ice, including ice slides, an ice maze and an ice rink.

International Snow Sculpture Championships are held in Breckinridge, Colorado each January and February.

An ice boat sails across the frozen waters near Cedar Point.

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Why you may need to think about long-term care coverage
One of the greatest chalsociated with it. Accordlenges when it comes to ing to the U.S. Department planning for retirement of Health and Human Seris trying to predict future vices, the average cost of healthcare expenses. Adcare in a private room at ditionally, many people are a nursing home for one living longer – well into their year was $83,000 in 2010. 80s or 90s – which makes It also reports that 70 perthe need for long-term care cent of those turning age increasingly likely for many 65 will need some form Americans. But the reality of long-term care in their is that many people have not remaining years. Most of yet evaluated whether or not it may occur in the home long-term care insurance is where it is typically more a good option for them. By JoAn Smith, CFP cost-effective (but still exWhat exactly is longpensive), while about oneterm care? At its most basic third of Americans over level, long-term care is defined as ser- 65 will require nursing home care. vices a person might need at some point Look beyond the numbers in life – usually, but not exclusively at an All too often, the numbers alone aren’t older age – to help perform many of the enough to motivate people to consider activities of daily living. These services planning for these costs in advance. After can be delivered in the home or in places all, who doesn’t think that we’ll be able to like a nursing home or assisted living fa- beat the odds and not require expensive cility. care during our lives? No matter what kind of long-term care Even if you feel like you can take the you or your family member requires, chance, there is a more important reason there are potentially significant costs as- to consider obtaining some kind of long-

term care protection – to help protect you from becoming a burden to your spouse, children or others who might be responsible for your care. Having some form of long-term care insurance gives you more options for care when you need it and relieves others of that physical and financial responsibility. The strain on those who find themselves in the caregiver role can be tremendous. Having an insurance strategy in place may help limit the stress on your loved ones. The options available Many have the mistaken impression that government programs like Medicare* will pay for their long-term care needs later in life, but Medicare only covers certain services and care, and only for a limited period of time. Also, Medicaid will likely only provide benefits once you spend down your assets. You’ll likely need to consider a protection plan of your own. There are different ways you can approach long-term care coverage: •Self-funding – to do this, you need sufficient savings to cover potential future expenses, which can be several hundred thousand dollars. This isn’t a realistic or very reliable option for most people. •Traditional long-term care insurance – this provides reimbursement up to a stated daily maximum and for a set period of time for long-term care expenses you incur. It helps protect your personal savings from the dramatic impact of care expenses. Policies vary, so you need to seek the level of coverage that’s appropriate for you. •A combination policy – you also can consider a life insurance policy that includes a component that provides longterm care coverage. While you’re considering your choices, be sure to fully read the fine print and understand the terms of the coverage available so you know what type of protection is right for you.

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•Determine if insurance is appropriate for your situation and if so, how much insurance is enough. First, consider the resources you may have available to help fund long-term care and understand the realistic costs for services where you live. Then determine what kind of coverage is best for you. •Understand that care costs in the future will likely be significantly higher than they are today due to inflation. You may want to ensure your policy addresses this. •Assess how long-term care premiums fit into your budget and your long-term financial goals. If you determine that insurance is right for you, remember that the sooner you can purchase coverage, the lower the premiums will typically be. For help evaluating your insurance options or determining how insurance fits within your long-term financial plan, consider meeting with a financial advisor.
### *Medicare coverage varies by state. Source: Health and Human Services; http://longtermcare.gov/the-basics/ JoAn M. Smith, CFP®, is a Financial Advisor with Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. in Delphos, Ohio. She specializes in fee-based financial planning and asset management strategies and has been in practice 26 years. To contact her, call 419-695-7010 or visit 227 North Main Street, Delphos, OH 45833. Any benefits and guarantees are subject to the claims paying ability of the issuing insurance company. Ameriprise Financial does not offer tax or legal advice. Consult with a tax advisor or attorney. Brokerage, investment and financial advisory services are made available through Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Member FINRA and SIPC. © 2013 Ameriprise Financial, Inc. All rights reserved. File # 771377

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Ohio State Park Garners International Acclaim
COLUMBUS, OH — Ohio State Parks was once again identified as having one of the top must-see destinations in the world. Hocking Hills State Park was the only location in the United States identified in Buzzfeed’s list of the “22 Stunning Under-The-Radar Destinations to Add to Your Bucket List in 2014.” The other destinations were scattered across the globe and included exotic locales from Norway, Brazil, New Zealand and French Polynesia. “We are always excited when people discover what Ohioans have long known, that Ohio is truly home to some of the most beautiful places in the world,” said Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Director James Zehringer. In August, CNN Travel recognized Headlands Beach State Park in Mentor, located in northeast Ohio along the southern shore of Lake Erie, as one of 20 ‘can’tmiss’ U.S. beaches. Ohio State Parks have consistently received excellent national recognition for having some of the nation’s greatest natural treasures. It’s never too late to plan your next getaway.

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Ohio State Parks offer cabins at 15 state parks. Cabins and cottages offer amenities ranging from fireplaces and microwaves to cable television, WiFi and air conditioning. Ohio State Parks gift cards can also be used at eight of Ohio’s state park lodges: Burr Oak, Deer Creek, Hueston Woods, Maumee Bay, Mohican, Punderson, Salt Fork and Shawnee. Each lodge boasts an array of amenities, including spacious rooms, fine dining, swimming pools, quality golf courses, as well as traditional outdoor pursuits like hiking and boating.

2014 STUNNING UNDER-THE RADAR DESTINATIONS
1. Jericoacoara, Brazil Jericoacoara is a small fishing village turned mecca for water lovers. It’s most well-known for its eponymous beach. 2. Lofoten Islands, Norway Lofoten offers fishing, hiking, rafting, and the charms of small village life. Because of its location, it’s also a great place to see the Northern Lights. 3. Ipiales, Colombia Although there aren’t many typical tourist attractions in Ipiales, the one that there is - Las Lajas Sanctuary - is worth the trip. The Sanctuary is a stunning example of neo-Gothic architecture located in a forested gorge near the border with Ecuador. 4. El Djem, Tunisia El Djem is a city in northern Tunisia filled with architecture from the days of the Roman Empire. The Ampitheatre of El Djem in particular is recognized as a fantastic example of Roman ruins in North Africa. 5. Surigao del Sur, Philippines Located on the southern island of Mindanao, the province of Surigao del Sur is best known for its spectacular Tinuy-an Falls, considered to be the “Niagara Falls of the Philippines.” 6. Ladakh, India Ladakh is one of the safest areas in the contested region of Kashmir. Along its border with Tibet, you will find the beautiful lake Pangong Tso. 7. Kampong Thom, Cambodia The Cambodian province of Kampong Thom contains amazing complexes such as Sambor Prei Kuk, which includes over 100 temples. 8. Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Plitvice Lakes National Park contains a multitude of lakes, caves, and forests that have been formed by natural geological processes over thousands of years. 9. Mount Sanqing, China Mount Sanqing is part of Mount Sanqingshan National Park. Mount Sanqing itself is known for its connection to Taoist spirituality. 10. Lombok, Indonesia Lombok has all of the beauty of Bali without nearly as many crowds. It’s a great spot for both surfing and snorkeling. 11. Port Campbell, Australia Port Campbell is a seaside village best known for the 12 Apostles, a series of limestone rocks protruding from the ocean floor. 12. Rangiroa, French Polynesia Less frequented than other Polynesian islands like Tahiti or Bora Bora, Rangiroa, the second largest atoll in the world, is still replete with natural beauty. 13. Rotorua, New Zealand A hotbed of traditional Maori culture and plentiful geothermal pools. 14. Schönau am Königsee, Germany Sitting right on the border with Austria, Schönau am Königsee provides the culture of small-town Bavaria alongside natural wonders like Lake Königssee. 15. Hinterbrühl, Austria This Austrian town is most wellknown for the underwater caves of Seegrotte, located in a former gypsum mine. 16. Ometepe, Nicaragua Ometepe is an island comprised of two volcanoes located in the middle of the Lake of Nicaragua. One of the volcanoes, Concepción, is still active today. 17. Orchid Island, Taiwan Also called Lanyu, Orchid Island is one of Taiwan’s southernmost locales. The island is culturally unique from the rest of Taiwan, inhabited by the Yami ethnic group who speak their own language and consider the land to be sacred. 18. Şanlıurfa, Turkey Also known as Urfa, and formerly known as Edessa, Şanlıurfa is a historic city containing fortresses, bazaars, and, according to Turkish legend, the cave where Abraham was born.

Year after year the public counts down the seconds until the new year arrives. At the stroke of midnight, people embrace, glasses are hoisted and resolutions are made. Many people make the same resolutions year after year, largely because resolutions are not always easy to keep. The following are the most common New Years resolutions...again.

1. Lose weight 2. Manage stress 3. Quit smoking 4. Get out of debt 5. Find a better job 6. Save money 7. Volunteer to help others 8. Spend more time with family 9. Get organized 10. Improve fitness

Here are some slightly different, but mostly true looks at resolutions:

This New Year, make resolutions that you are going to keep... like this one: “I will break my other New Years resolutions within the first week” is at least one that is accurate, as is “I will diet for two weeks and go back to eating pretty much anything I want after that”.
Yesterday, everybody smoked his last cigar, took his last drink and swore his last oath. Today, we are a pious and exemplary community. Thirty days from now, we shall have cast our reformation to the winds and gone to cutting our ancient shortcomings considerably shorter than ever. ~ Mark Twain ~ A New Year’s resolution is something that goes in one year and out the other. May all your troubles last as long as your New Year’s resolutions! ~ Joey Adams ~ May this New Year be full of joy, may your resolutions last as long as your cravings for unhealthy food, and may you feel the magic of the New Year in your heart. Let this New Year fill you with hope instead of cookies, with joy instead of ice cream, and with wonder instead of potato chips. May the next year find your waistline slimmer, your wallet fatter, your cholesterol lower, and your tolerance level higher.

19. Hocking Hills, Ohio; USA Hocking Hills State Park is a must for nature lovers, filled with cliffs, gorges, and waterfalls. The area was formerly inhabited by Native American tribes such as the Delaware and Shawnee. 20. Kobarid, Slovenia In addition to being ridiculously gorgeous, Kobarid is also a perfect destination for history buffs, containing archaeological sites dating to the Iron Age as well as a museum commemorating the town’s importance during World War I. 21. Shirakawa-gō and Gokayama, Japan These historic villages are famed for their traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses. Because of this, the area has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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