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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - February 24, 2010, Xenia, Ohio
Today forecast Snow High of 32� weather Toa wednesday february 24, 2010 vol 3 no 139 75 cents single copy $2.20/wk. Home delivered fira7fttf m j Al Ink a news current big picture local focus Xenia a Beavercreek Jamestown a Cedarville a yellow Springs a Spring Valley a Bellbrook a Wilberforce a sports Mckinney boys win tournament. Page i by noteworthy James w. Terrell air Force airman James w. Terrell graduated from Basic military training at Lockland air Force base san Antonio Texas. The airman completed an intensive eight week program that included training in military discipline and studies air Force Core values physical fitness and Basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who Complete Basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the air Force. He is the son of Brenda Lindsey of Dellwood drive Fairborn Ohio and grandson of James Shepherd of Ila court Dayton Ohio. Terrell is a 2009 graduate of Beavercreek High school Ohio. To suggest a noteworthy candidate email editor Greene out dailies oms homelessness is an Issue absolutely everywhere in the United states and its something we Felt that we could do to help feed people who Are hungry. A Kim Klosterman ceo of Klosterman baking company get a Little bread give a Little bread throughout March by Aaron Larson staff writer Larson 2 Xenia a to celebrate National nutrition month and help the homeless in one act. Klosterman bakery will be donating one half loaf of bread to Dayton s the other place for every Hall loaf sold in March. The other place is a Dayton based organization that Aires to end homelessness by providing housing service advocacy and education to those in need. By match sales with donations Kiln Klosterman ceo of Klosterman baking company said that people can get a Little and give a Little without any extra Effort All through March. A homelessness is an Issue absolutely everywhere in the United states and it s something we Felt that we could do to help feed people who Are hungry Quot said Klosterman. A they Are a great organization and do a lot to try to get people Back into their Homes especially in these times when so Many people have had a really rough tile half loaves Are a new concept in the bread world according to Klosterman. A this is a pretty revolutionary Klosterman said that the number of Small households with Young couples. Single individuals or older adults has been growing and fewer people want to spend Money on bread they can t finish before it goes stale. An additional perk of half loaves is that families see bread Page 3a a a done to miss these group recognized. Greene county officials recognized volunteers with Wright Quot a Quot flyer inc. For their work showcasing and maintaining a replica of the Wright Brothers famous air plane yesterday morning at the Dayton Wright Brothers Airport. Page 3a a a a opinion Jock Lemoult. The Tea party movement represents a spectrum of ideas that runs from Little old Republican ladies who enjoy Tea cakes along with their politics to militia members who enjoy blasting effigies of president Obama with their ak47s. Page 5a it a sports Green View Falls. Madison dominated Green View from the opening tip using a suffocating full court trop to run away from the lady rams 71-40. Page in it a deaths a Rosalyn Wilkinson 63, Fairborn a Regis r Bresni 86, Fairborn a Caroline Sculimbrene Xenia a Hazel Viola Mccolaugh Vernier 87, Poway Calif. A Amel 0. Roe 85, Xenia a Vickie sue siding manges 41, Portsmouth Page 6a a a 50 years ago in Greene county feb. 24, 1960 army pvt. Billy g. Senter of Xenia recently graduated from the 101st airborne division of jump school at fort Campbell Kentucky. Online a should Ohio s smoking ban be repealed vote in our online poll i w a gel pm Nee la Index lottery. .6a business. ,9a opinion. .5a classifieds. 7a-9a record. .6a comics. Or sports. .ib-3b county Region state. 7a notion world. .10a lifestyle. 4r weather. .i0a coming tomorrow look who s hiring. A appliances for Sale washers and dryers. See and Page 8a it Why pay Moro save Mere than $80 a year and enjoy the convenience of Home 372-4444, ext. 144 1950 and 1978 Snow storms measured in feet not inches by Elizabeth Studebaker feature writer part i of la reports of the 1950 and 1978 Snow storms left reporters and broadcasters digging for superlatives. When tile 1950 blizzard paralysed the Midwest on thanksgiving weekend it had been years since a Snow storm of that magnitude occurred. Most people had never experienced anything like it. So tar As the a big one in 1978&Quot there Hadnot been anything up to that time to compare it to. Iii recent weeks there s been at least a Trace usually measurable Snow in 49 states Hawaii the Only exception temperatures below freezing for to Days and gusting w kinds causing deep. Deep drifts. Will die Snow storm of 2010 be classified As a a big one the thanksgiving snowstorm of 1950 was said to be the deepest in Ohio a history. Nearly the entire state had More than to inches and most communities in Eastern Ohio measured 20 to 30 inches of Snow. As the storm strengthened. Winds increased to More than 40 Mph and a severe cold wave swept the state Early on Friday. Nov. 24, dropping temperatures to below Zero. The worst conditions occurred on saturday nov 25, As near blizzard conditions prevailed throughout Ohio. By late in the Day Snow Depths reached 20 inches in Eastern Ohio see Snow Page 3a a a above this Snow scene was taken in 1950 on the North Side of East main Street in the Block Between Whiteman and Collier streets. Left a Home on Martin drive near Greene memorial Hospital depicts the 1978 Snow accumulation. Photo Courtesy of lit stud Bokera big thank you to Thomas our subscriber of the Day the Gazette news current remembers the photo shows downtown Xenia on North Detroit Street looking South after the blizzard in 1950 the Ohio theater Adair s furniture building and Xenia hotel in the background. Photos Courtesy of the Greene county Library a Gery Deer cleaner renewable alternative Energy sources Are going to have to be a priority if our country Ever intends to become financially stable. A on the opinion Page of
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