Naomi Joyce Dresselhaus, 91, of Cincinnati passed away at 5:30pm Sunday, March 19, 2017 at the Hospice of Cincinnati surrounded by her family. She was born at Turner’s Station in Henry County, Kentucky on October 9, 1925 the daughter of John and Nellie Ball Mahoney. She was married to Howard Dresselhaus on June 24, 1944 in the first recorded wedding at the Bear Creek Baptist Church in Friendship and he preceded her in death on August 1, 2003. Survivors include two daughters Jane and Jennifer; one grandson Mark and three great-grandchildren Tyler, Makenzie, and Alex all of Cincinnati. She was also preceded in death by her parents, her daughter Janice Dick, and her brother Philip Mahoney. Joyce was a 1943 graduate of Cross Plains High School. She retired from Hanover College in 1989 where she had worked as an assistant registrar. Joyce’s hobbies included knitting, traveling, and doing genealogy. In 1986 she published the Dresselhaus genealogy and published the Mahoney genealogy in 2005. The family had the opportunity to visit the Dresselhaus Estate in Schale, Germany in 1989. Joyce was a member of the Hanover Baptist Church and an Honorary Kentucky Colonel. Visitation will be held on Saturday, March 25th from 12pm to 2pm at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles. A graveside service will follow at the St. Peters Cemetery at Olean with Rev. Sherman Hughes of the Bear Creek Baptist Church in Friend ship officiating. Memorials may be given to the Hospice of Cincinnati or St. Peters Cemetery in care of the funeral home.
And after giving up 81 points in the first half — bringing the Utah crowd to a … VIDEO: Jonas Jerebko was the hero and the Golden State Warriors stars came through in the 124-123 win over the Utah Jazz, a young team that could pose a challenge to the Bay Area’s team.You could have convinced me that Friday’s Warriors-Jazz game in Salt Lake City was game 92 of the season — a playoff contest — not the second of 82 regular-season games.The game was that good, the energy was that strong.
I’ve got to be honest — I never thought a lot about David Stern.He was named the NBA’s commissioner on Feb. 1, 1984, was handed the Magic Johnson Lakers and Larry Bird Celtics on a silver platter and he didn’t screw it up.Under his leadership, the league grew and thrived, come hell or labor unrest. “Stern often played the role of emperor, forever beating back the barbarians at the gate (the media and the players union),” wrote Sports Illustrated’s Chris Ballard, from whom we will hear more …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The #8 story of 2015 was: The Buckeye Cowboy — Kirby HidyIn 2015, we lost our friend and co-worker Kirby Hidy, who was clearly loved by many in agriculture. After his passing, Ty wrote a beautiful tribute for Kirby that was read and enjoyed by his many friends in Ohio agriculture.
Manoj Chacko, Model Divya Pandurangam and R. Mayilvaganan with Barracuda fishThey are not old men but they are one with the sea, fishing in waters which has brought them both business and fun. In a brainwave Manoj Chacko, 40 and R. Mayilvaganan, 45 hit upon the idea of taking deep-sea,Manoj Chacko, Model Divya Pandurangam and R. Mayilvaganan with Barracuda fishThey are not old men but they are one with the sea, fishing in waters which has brought them both business and fun. In a brainwave Manoj Chacko, 40 and R. Mayilvaganan, 45 hit upon the idea of taking deep-sea fishing beyond mere trawlers and make it a pleasure ride for those who had heard about it but had no clue as to how to go about the adventure. With its headquarters in Chennai, Barracuda Bay Adventure, an year and half old company, is now a name to reckon with; for the first time in Tamil Nadu, fishing has become more than just a wait and watch pastime. It’s adventure. “But honestly all we wanted to do was provide a platform for keen enthusiasts to fish. Safely, economically and ecologically.” says promoter Manoj Chacko.Chacko and Mayil had to fight for over a year to obtain permits and clearances to start their business. “It was very difficult. We were bounced around from one department to another. Nobody seemed to know what permit to give us! But six months ago, the paperwork was finally stamped and filed, and Barracuda Bay escorted its first passengers into the deep blue sea. Model Divya Pandurangam with fishing equipmentWith over twenty years of angling experience the two promoters wanted other enthusiasts to share in the joys of deep sea fishing. Chacko is an interior designer by profession while Mayil is a real estate developer. “Tamil Nadu has such a gorgeous coastline and the Marina at Chennai has so much to offer. The feeling of going out to sea on a luxurious boat cutting through the swells is an amazing experience. We wanted others to have this opportunity,” enthuses Chacko. And then the passionate angler in him takes over: “It is such a great feeling. Even after doing this for so long, it is indescribable to see barracuda rocketing out of the water chasing baitfish, giant trevally chasing plugs and poppers around the wrecks, or the sound of screaming reels with a king or a sailfish taking line.” But what of those who wish merely to experience the deep blue? “You just want to laze about nibbling on a sandwich and watch the occasional dolphin pod crisscrossing the front of the bow? Well please go ahead and do just that! They tailor make each experience to suit your requirements. On the boatMMD approvedlife jackets for clients and crew.MMD approved fire fighting equipment.Fresh water storage tanks.First aid kits.Flares.Latest fishing equipment. advertisement
Argentina must improve if they are to remain in contention for a third FIFA World Cup title, Lionel Messi has admitted even as the Albiceleste struggled to break down a stubborn Iran at the Mineirao stadium on Saturday before a moment of Messi brilliance secured the team’s second victory from as many matches in the tournament. However, Messi described his stoppage-time winner as a “wonderful moment”.MORE NEWS FROM FIFA WORLD CUP 2014 “We struggled to find space but luckily we were able to win,” Messi said after the match.Argentina’s Lionel Messi makes the penalty kick during the group F World Cup soccer match against Iran at the Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Saturday, June 21, 2014. AP Photo”It’s difficult to play against teams that close up like they did. We have to correct our errors. We are the first to realise that we aren’t playing at the level we want to. Today we were able to get three points which means we don’t have to suffer in the last (group) match. I was very happy when I scored because all of us were trying to break their defence,” Xinhua quoted him as saying.Argentina, World Cup winners in 1978 and 1986, enter the match against Nigeria June 25 all guaranteed of a berth in the tournament’s knockout phase.Argentina soccer fans celebrate Lionel Messi’s winning goal against Iran at the Brazil World Cup as they watch the game on an outdoor screen set up in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Saturday, June 21, 2014. AP PhotoThe clash in Porto Alegre is likely to attract hordes of Argentine fans, given the city’s proximity to the Brazil-Argentina border.Messi said fans’ support would provide the team with an added edge.advertisement”Porto Alegre is very close to Argentina so we know that there will be a lot of fans there and that will be good for the team.”Albiceleste coach Alejandro Sabella admitted his team had been reliant on Messi in their first two World Cup matches.”We want to improve obviously,” he said. “There are many things we have to think about and improve.”All players who played today have contributed to this victory but of course we have a genius who is called Messi. Fortunately he is Argentine. Everybody would have liked to have Messi but it is us who have him.”
Wayne Rooney has said that Manchester United players must take more responsibility, adding thatmanager Jose Mourinho has become an easy target for criticism after his club’s slow start to the season.United moved up to eighth in the Premier League standings with a 3-2 comeback win over Newcastle United on Saturday night, but they remain seven points behind leaders Manchester City.The victory at Old Trafford follows widespread media speculation over Mourinho’s future at the club, and Rooney threw his support behind his former manager.”It’s tough (at United), it has been a tough situation,” Rooney, United’s all-time record goalscorer, told the Telegraph.READ – Sanchez injury-time goal earns Manchester United 3-2 win over Newcastle”The players, the manager, it has been a tough start to the season. I know Jose is getting a load of stick, but I said a few weeks ago, the players have to stand up. They have to be counted and they have to be better.”The manager can do so much, but then it is down to the players on the pitch to produce and probably collectively. It (the poor run of form) is a bit of everything coming together but Jose is an easy target.”Rooney left United last year to join Everton before signing for Major League Soccer side DC United in June.READ – Jose Mourinho admits Manchester United have underperformed: ‘We can do much better’The 32-year-old believes the current situation at United is similar to Louis van Gaal’s two-year reign at the club. The Dutch manager was sacked after winning the FA Cup in 2016.advertisement”I said the same thing when Louis van Gaal was there. He took a lot of stick, but behind closed doors I said to the players, ‘We have to be doing better’,” Rooney added.”Personally I think he set us up brilliantly … but we didn’t produce on the pitch, so I am sure that is getting said behind the scenes.”United next visit Chelsea in the league on October 20 and host Italian champions Juventus in the Champions League group stage three days later.(With inputs from Reuters)
Did you notice why you suddenly start moving in the other direction when in stress? Blame your brain as people experiencing anxiety have more activity on the right side of the brain, causing them to walk in a leftward trajectory, researchers report.Dr Mario Weick from the University of Kent has for the first time linked the activation of the brain’s two hemispheres with lateral shifts in people’s walking trajectories.In research aimed at establishing why individuals display a tendency to allocate attention unequally across space, people were blindfolded and asked to walk in a straight line across a room towards a previously seen target. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The researchers found evidence that blindfolded individuals, who displayed inhibition or anxiety, were prone to walk to the left, indicating greater activation in the right hemisphere of the brain. “This is the first time researchers have established a clear link between inhibition and activation in the right side of the brain,” the study noted.The findings may have implications for the treatment of unilateral neglect, which is a condition caused by a lack of awareness of one side of space.