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US Open Indoor Championships ®   317 844-8189
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    Website Link:   radioad.org/wtri
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A history: US Open Pickleball Championship



US Open Pickleball Championship  
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A history: US Open Pickleball Championships™



US Open Pickleball Championships™   317 844-8189
  160 W Carmel Dr Carmel IN, 46032 #RAWTRI.15954 Exp 12-30
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© 1972 - 2020 by Creative Thinking, Inc.
Inspiration: see #RAWTRI.15414


US Open Sailing Championships ®   812 482-4833
  3770 N Newton St Jasper IN, 47546 #RAWMRI.18799 Exp 12-30
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Creative Thinking, Inc.

I began working for the family newspaper business at the Peru (IN) Daily Tribune in 1952 answering telephones providing basketball scores for the Indiana High School State Basketball Tournament.* I graduated to a home delivery carrier at the Wabash (IN) Plain Dealer from 1954-1956.

Throughout high school and college, I worked in various Plain Dealer departments as printer's devil, photographer, advertising inside classified sales, circulation and distribution delivery. After I graduated from Indiana University with a major in Economics and Mathematics in 1964, I began working full time as corporate secretary and treasurer and director for all the companies including Nixon Newspapers Benevolent Association, Inc.

In 1969, my US Army unit was ordered to Viet Nam. The order was canceled shortly after I had already hired and trained my replacement. At that time, three Indiana daily newspapers (Wabash, Peru and Michigan City) and one in Hammond, Louisiana, which was purchased in 1962, and the management partnership completed the organization.

At that time, the newspaper production process was changing from hot type metal to cold type and offset printing. The family decided to pursue growth by purchasing additional properties. In 1970, I helped negotiate purchase of the Frankfort Morning Times and Auburn Printing Company, which also published the Evening Star. I was publisher in Auburn. It was sold in 1972. I returned to the Wabash Plain Dealer as publisher. I also established Creative Thinking, Inc. for special projects.

To expand our Wabash and Peru printing capabilities, these weeklies were purchased or established:
The Swayzee Press,
Culver Citizen,
Pulaski County Journal,
North Judson News,
TV Plus, a television channel guide for Indiana newspapers and several local high school and college publications.**
Indiana Racquet Sports (monthly)
Portrait ***
Nixon Hoosier Feature Service****

To expand our content penetration, we built the Frankfort CATV franchise, which was later sold. Eventually we added these Indiana newspapers: New Castle, Brazil, Connersville, and in Illinois, Hoopston and Watseka

I was also a minor Kokomo Tribune partner and helped negotiate its sale to Thompson Newspapers in 1981. My mother’s grandfather was an original founder.

After Nixon Newspapers was sold in 1998 to Paxton Media and I created an Internet business model for schools, radio and television stations.

The backbone of newspaper revenue was display advertising from grocery, drug and local department stores like Sears and Penney’s. It also changed from rop (run of paper) advertising to free standing inserts, which we printed commercially. During my early career, I considered working for the New York Times as pinnacle of success, but later concluded it was better to provide a reliable local product to friends and neighbors.

And I measured success by subscription renewals. Every month to month comparison from year to year I was publisher, audited paid circulation increased.

An avid sports participant, I coached Tri State College’s soccer team in Angola when I was at Auburn and initiated girls high school teams in Indianapolis at Broad Ripple, Lawrence North, Hamilton Heights and Arlington, which had no team and was virtually all boys. *****

*  (remember the movie Hoosiers)

** TV Plus provided listings which were accurate when Indiana had several counties with different broadcast times unique to that city

*** Portrait was feature length biography in tabloid format which was distributed and sold through the Kroger stores in Ohio and Indiana: subjects included: Jane Pauley, Merv Griffin, Ray Kroc

****Special news features were sold to other newspapers including Wabash Plain Dealer Reporter Earleen Early participating for Nixon’s Ping-pong diplomacy trip to China

*****When at Auburn the annual classic car reunion and swap meet plan to relocate was abandoned after the Evening Star encouraged and coordinated the Labor Day auction, which funded preservation of the old factory now a museum and still going strong after 50 years. (The plan was later used to create the Peru Circus City Festival, which is almost the same age and ongoing)
Link:
https://automobilemuseum.org

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From: Merv Hendricks (mhendricks2@isugw.indstate.edux)
Sent: Tue 11/11/08 12:13 PM
To: Don Nixon II (dmnixonii@hotmail.com)
Hi, dmn (been a while since I typed that),

Heard your message from earlier this morning.

It will be next week or the week after, though. I am tied up in editing and designing an 80th anniversary publication for the Hoosier State Press Association — you remember it — and I have until the weekend to finish a 64-page tab. I have 20 pages finished right now, so that tells you what I will be doing with my hours away from my day job this week and weekend. I have been so busy with stuff that I must admit that I have not even looked at the links you sent. I will, however, before we meet by phone and will share them with the group.

And while I have your eyes, Don, let me say that I never appreciated how good Nixon Newspapers was and how good you were as a publisher until some years after I was gone. My days in Wabash, as I look back with white hair, were the best of my career. Yes, I was in some ways a bigger dog in Terre Haute at the papers here, but it never was as much fun, it was never as good of a culture, it was never as positive a place as was Wabash. When I think about a paper being connected with its community, I think of Wabash in those days when NNI was in charge. I really felt that we in the PD newsroom — and the PD in every department -- got to know the community and appreciate it, even though we had a changing cast of characters.

I also know now, which I didn’t know then, how much you let us, encouraged us to effectively experiment. Take the Saturday tab for instance. You gave us a toy and let us play with it. That was gutsy, given that we were all pretty much 20-something snots.

I also recall what I call big ideas that you and Ray foisted upon us — the Sunday paper covering the ceremony of the Wabash light, Ray and Harold’s trip to the Jimmy Carter White House, the Jane Pauley tab, the Bicentennial edition, the 1979 anniversary edition, the Ray Kroc tab. That proved to me that it did not take a major metro to do major metro kinds of projects. Hard work — damn straight! — but rewarding, educational and, after the pain ceased, points of pride.

For all of that and more memories whose brain cells have died, I thank you, first. I thank your late, great dad. And as I often have, I thank Ray, who I generally call or e-mail on Sept. 15, the day I started at the PD (1976).

I regret I was not more appreciative at the time and that I was often a problem in my behavior. If I could take back anything in my professional life, it would not be mistakes or bad news judgments, it would be bad behavior. It’s a wonder I wasn’t fired over and over and over. I deserved it too many times. Thank you for your support.

I still have, BTW, notes you sent me, usually written in blue grease pencil if I recall correctly, complimenting the newsroom on one thing or another. Those are still meaningful and will stay in my files as long as I live.

More than you wanted to know, dmn, but I never could write short!

Peace, love and rock-and-roll,

~ Merv

and at the website link: (It’s what the folks on the time share listings category think of it.)

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Nixon Newspapers   317 844-8189
  160 W Carmel Dr Carmel IN, 46032 #RAWTRI.16055 Exp 12-31
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Creative Thinking, Inc   317 844-8189
  160 W Carmel Dr Carmel IN, 46032 #NNI.6525 Exp 09-26
    Website Link:   www.radioad.org/whmbtv/classifieds/listings.php?catcode=Stories
    Don Nixon, Chief Cheerleader, Editor & Publisher, Proofreader   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@gmail.com   Ref:   dmn:marilyn monroe  
 
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Creative Thinking, Inc   317 844-8189
  160 W Carmel Dr Carmel IN, 46032 #RAWMRI.19015 Exp 12-30
    Website Link:   sgbonline.com/179494-2/
    Don M. Nixon II, Chief Cheerleader, Editor & Publisher, Proofreader   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@gmail.comcom   Ref:   dmn:marilynmonroe  
 
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EZ Classified Advertising™, (free or flat fee classified advertising listings) a Nixon Newspapers affiliate   317 399-5131
  160 W Carmel Dr Carmel IN, 46032 #EZ.30618 Exp 12-31
    Willard P. Rohrer, General/Business Manager   Email:   willardrohrer@hotmail.com   Ref:   dmn:marilynmonroe  
 
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EZ Classified Advertising™, (free or flat fee classified advertising listings) a Nixon Newspapers affiliate   317 399-5131
  #EZ.30243 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.ezclassifiedz.com/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=102
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I'm alive

As a doctor or nurse, what were the creepiest last words you’ve heard from a patient right before the patient died?

By: Mike Bael
Mike Bael, Century Tree

I’m a home care nurse. These words, were actually screamed out by my patient Richard Kerzinke (not his real name) not before, but AFTER he died.

Richard was the most classic “skel” I ever treated or met. A “skel” is a living skeleton. Richard was a lifelong heroin addict dating back to to the 1970s when he was a New York Irish street kid doing B&E’s (breaking and enterings), flopping in abandoned tenements in Hell’s Kitchen, and shooting dope smuggled into JFK airport in the coffins of Vietnam soldiers who were killed in action.

By the time I met him, Richard was 70 years old, 5′10″ and 105 pounds, with long stringy hair and not a tooth in his head. Between his sunken cheeks and dead-for-years stare, Richard looked like the kind of guy who would have been kicked off the set of ‘The Walking Dead’ because he looked too scary.

The thing was, Richard was a nice guy. He still wept at the memory of his brother dying in his arms from an overdose at the age of 22. Every time I visited him, before I left, he would reach up from his bed, pull my ear to his lips, and whisper, “I love you man.”

Except this once, I knocked on his apartment's door, the answer was silence but for murmurs of a soap opera from Richard’s TV set. Once you’ve been a nurse for a while, you get a sixth sense. I just knew Richard wasn’t scooting around the city in his motorized wheelchair.

I called him from my cell phone. Behind the door, Richard’s phone rang, but he didn’t answer….I yelled his name. Nothing.

My next call was to 911. Within minutes firemen were knocking down Richard’s door with a battering ram. You could tell from their enthusiasm this was a favorite thing to do.

But when they saw Richard, there was no enthusiasm from any of them. Richard lay face up on the floor, his mouth and blank eyes wide open, motionless.

One of the firemen barked, “OD!” Immediately, they hustled Richard onto a gurney and nearly knocked me down running him out the front door. In the elevator one asked, “Should we call it in?”

Another answered, “No. Just bang him. Then we’ll call.”

“Any pulse?”

“No. Nothing.”

Two firemen, one at the head of the gurney, the other at his feet, ran Richard, with their legs in exact unison, to the ambulance.

The fireman next to me said, “He’s probably gone.” Another finished both of our thoughts, “He could've been lying there for five hours.”

They laid Richard on the floor in the ambulance because it was quicker than pulling the stretcher down for him. One grabbed a Narcan auto-injector. Another yelled, “Bang him!”

The first fireman thrust the needle into Richard’s thigh.

Richard sat bolt upright! His arms shot straight out in front of him. His eyes startled with alarm, and then….wide-eyed wonder.

“I’m alive!” he yelled, amazed.

Then, a pause.

Then all of us burst into hysterical laughter. Part relief Richard wasn’t dead. But the other part: it was so funny. This guy, who had spent every day, day in and day out, for the last 50 years, trying to kill himself, was so delighted and amazed, like the rest of us, he would survive into another day.

And so were we.


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Idea: Chatlosh and Moscowitz Kroger book



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Principal organization to host and participate in organizing the event with advice, receiving and storing specific equipment and material to host event


West Marine   239 262-0206
  2063 9th St N Naples FL, 34102 #RAWMRI.18800 Exp 12-30
    Website Link:   www.westmarine.com/stores/naples-fl-1304
    Daniel Spence, General Mgr   Email:   mgr01304@westmarine.com   Ref:   dmn:marilynmonroe  
 
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Tailor Made Events and Promotions LLC   404 775-6260
  455 Nichols View Way Suwanee GA, 30024 #RAWMRI.18978 Exp 12-30
    Website Link:   www.tailormade.events
    James Feary, Principal   Email:   James@tailormade.events   Ref:   dmn:marilynmonroe  
 
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Collier County Parks & Recreation   239 252-6538 cell: 280-7035
  15000 Livingston Rd Naples FL, 34109 #RAWMRI.18972 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.collierparks.com
    Barry Williams, CPRP Director   Email:   BarryWilliams@colliergov.net   Ref:   dmn:marilynmonroe  
 
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Collier County Parks & Recreation   239 252-4088 cell: 571-0533
  15000 Livingston Rd Naples FL, 34109 #RAWMRI.18973 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.colliergov.net
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Collier County Sailing Center   239 580-9117
  4284 Avalon Dr Naples FL, 34112 #RAWMRI.18671 Exp 12-31
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Eagles Nest Friendship List   317 844-8189
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How do I change the paddle brand illustration? Once changed will it automatically be changed on each page?

Playpass   814 431.9201
  1355 Market St. Ste 488 San Francisco CA, 94103 #RAWTRI.15406 Exp 12-30
    Website Link:   uspickleball.playpass.com
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Trademark - Indiana Expiration date 7/15/2020

File:
Trademark - Indiana US Open Pickleball Championships

http://www.in.gov/apps/sos/trademarks/getResults.jml;jsessionid=a29kS8i3IsT8

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Trademark: US OPEN PICKLEBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS; US OPEN PICKLEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Owner: DON M. NIXON II
Description: THE LETTER "O" MAY FEATURE A GRAPHIC OF THE BALL USED IN COMPETITIONS

Nov 12 -- 2017
Responding to your request:

If you want to know the first use of the domain and name used for my Indiana trademark, it was Jan 3, 2011 in a personal conversation and follow up correspondence with the French Lick hotel’s Dyan Duncan, Public Relations Manager.

I also visited and corresponded with Ginger Riley, the store manager for Disinger Jewelry, regarding tournament trophy specifications. Disinger's is one of the hotel’s longtime retail tenants.

~ French Lick Resort ~ www.frenchlick.com
Store Location 1: 3770 N. Newton St. | Jasper, IN 47546 | Toll Free: 1-888-DISINGER | Tel: (812) 482-4833 Bob Disinger, owner



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Time line:
Date of first use in Indiana
Jan 28, 2014

Letter to Terry Aug 18, 2014 and acknowledged

On Tuesday, October 07, 2014, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for US OPEN PICKLEBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS by Graham, Terri, Wheeling, IL 60090. The USPTO has given the US OPEN PICKLEBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS trademark serial number of 86416352. The current federal status of this trademark filing is NON-FINAL OFFICE ACTION ISSUED - CLARIFICATION NEEDED.


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US Open Sailing Championships ®   317 844-8189
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US Open Sailing Championships ®   239 643-1292
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