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MICROWAVE OVENS MADE AT HARDWICK STOVE SET: Maytag has introduced its line of microwave ovens, manufactured at Hardwick Stove Co. in Cleveland, marking its entry into the cooking appliance field. Richard Hemp, Maytag’s manager of cooking appliance sales, said the company is marketing the microwaves in the Chicago area prior to beginning national introduction of gas and electric ranges and microwave ovens later this year.

Dear Heloise: In my adult life, I have never been without a good flashlight. Extremely strong LED flashlights can be used in cases of emergencies to temporarily blind an assailant. — John Emmons, via email more
The Lee University School of Music will welcome Jeremy Wilson, trombone, to present a masterclass and concert for this season’s Performing Arts Series (PAS). more
Dear Annie: I'm 63 and number eight of a Catholic family of 10. Only one sibling remains Catholic; most of us went to other churches and are now Christian. During my childhood, I seemed to be the one to get it bad in terms of punishment. more
Three generations — mother, daughter and granddaughter — have graduated from Cleveland State Community College with three different career paths. more
For more information on the library, its resources, and events, visit, search Cleveland Bradley County Public Library on social media, or call 423-472-2163. more
Dear Annie: I find it incredible that so many people want to push their views on children who do not belong to their family and then pass judgment on their parents. There have been numerous scientific studies proving that children become smarter and more confident when they play by themselves or with other children without adults' helicoptering interference. Adults do not exist to be toys or full-time entertainers for our children. We raise them, feed them, clothe them and nurse them through medical illness, which are all things that require a large amount of attention and love. more
Dear Heloise: Regarding the tips on resumes, specifically about printing it on high-quality paper — the reader left out an important tip. We who work in human resources don't want you sending in or handing us a piece of paper. Be prepared to email it instead so that it can be forwarded to others. That means save it as a PDF, since a Word document's format can come out funky and a PDF will make it look how it's supposed to. Have a few copies printed for when you go on an interview, but in most cases, the interviewer will have a copy of it right in front of them. — G.K., via email more
Hundreds of children will have a new book at home to read after receiving a Dr. Seuss book during a celebration of the author’s birthday,  Saturday at Cleveland State Community College.It was … more
Dear Heloise: Gift cards are great to receive, but watch out — some of these gift cards, if not used within a year of the purchased date, the bank will start deducting a fee from the balance each month until it gets used. Check the gift card's fine print on the back of the card. I learned the hard way, as I won a gift card for $200 that was good until July 2023. more
Dear Annie: I came across your column while searching for tips on how to deal with my marital situation. I don't know what else to do. My heart's broken. I feel depressed, like my whole world has come crashing down on me. I have been with my husband for eight years and married for almost two years now. Things were overall great until we moved in together. I have tried everything I can to make my marriage work, but I am drained of trying. more

1950 — U.S. APPROVAL ASSURES BRADLEY COUNTY MODERN HEALTH CENTER: A two-year effort by local and State Health Department officials to obtain a modern health center for Bradley County ended successfully Thursday when the federal government approved an expenditure of $32,760 for construction of the unit to cost an estimated $63,000. 

A record number of students will graduate from the Tennessee Valley Early College (TVEC) at Cleveland State Community College in May. more
On Friday, March 17, the Center for Responsible Citizenship will host Chief Judge Jeffery Sutton to speak at Lee University on “Local Solutions to the Court’s Deepest … more
Dear Heloise: I wasn't paying very close attention to my credit card statement, but with Christmas over, I decided to take a look and found suspicious charges, which I reported. Then, I started looking at past statements and found even more charges. These were small charges with different company names, none of which I recognized. So, I reported the additional charges to the fraud department. more
Dear Annie: I am 39 with a wife and three kids. I'm writing not about my marriage or kids but to ask for help with feelings I have toward my father that I cannot let go. more
The Rotary Club of Cleveland held its 2023 Annual Gala Friday, Feb. 24, at the Museum & Cultural Center at 5ive Points.The James Bond-themed “Diamonds are Forever” event began with a cocktail … more

LAY AND COMPANY FORMALLY OPENS NEW VARIETY STORE HERE FRIDAY: Friday will be the formal opening day for Lay and Company’s new Variety store at the corner of Ocoee and First Street NE, the former location of the J.R. Cate clothing store, one of Cleveland’s most prominent retail stores, closed upon the recent death of the owner, John R. Cate, it was announced today by the Lay Co. management. The location of the new Lay store, owned by the Fillauer brothers, has been renovated, and a new plate glass front has been installed to give a complete view of the interior to shoppers.


Dear Heloise: Loved the letter about birdbaths. I, too, have several birdbaths. What I did was that I took hanging planter containers and put any kind of container inside to hold the water, then hung them up on a tree or hook near the house. My birds, many of them, live for the hanging birdbaths. There are always five or six in them to bathe and splash.

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