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High temperature Sundayin Delphos was 64 degrees,low was 54. Weekend rainfallwas recorded at .44 inch. Higha year ago today was 66, lowwas 35. Record high for todayis 84, set in 1970. Record lowis 30, set in 1977.
WEATHER FORECASTTri-countyThe Associated PressTONIGHT:
Partly cloudythrough midnight then becom-ing mostly clear. Lows in thelower 50s. South winds 5 to15 mph.
Mostly sunny.Highs in the upper 70s. Southwinds 10 to 15 mph.
Mostly clear.Lows in the upper 50s. Highsaround 80. Southeast winds 5to 10 mph.
EXTENDED FORECASTWEDNESDAY NIGHT:
Mostly clear with a 20 per-cent chance of showers andthunderstorms. Lows in theupper 50s.
Medicationmissing fromresidenceSubject in fightstabbed withinsulin needle
At 10:17 a.m. on Saturday,Delphos Police were calledto the 600 block of SouthWashington Street in refer-ence to a theft complaint.Upon officers’ arrival, thevictim stated that someonehad taken a bottle of medica-tion from the residence.At 2:56 p.m. on Sunday,Delphos Police were called toa business in the 1100 blockof Elida Ave. in reference to afight at that location.Upon officers’ arrival, theymet with the subjects involvedin the altercation and foundthe fight had occurred due toa near traffic accident at thatlocation. During the alterca-tion, one subject involved wasstabbed with an insulin needleby another of the subjectsinvolved in the altercation.Delphos EMS was dis-patched to the location butthe subject involved refusedmedical treatment at that time.A Detective from theDelphos Police Departmentarrived and took over theinvestigation which is still ongoing.
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not really sure yet.”The current family housingunits will not be affected.Funds for domestic violenceservices include providing a24-hour shelter and crisis hotline,support and education groups,employment assistance, on-sitemental health and AOD services,referrals to community agencies,safety plans, opportunities forfurther education and training,case management, child advo-cacy and court advocacy.Changes had to be madeto the building to qualify as adomestic violence shelter, aswell as making entry into theshelter program possible at anyhour of the day without a wait-ing period.“We are doing immediateintakes for domestic violence,”explained Evans. “With transi-tional living, you have wait acouple of weeks to get in. Withdomestic violence, we have a24/7 hotline at (567) 259-9501,so we are doing immediateintakes. We have 24/7 staff now. We updated all our secu-rity, we have a new door anda swipe card system now. Wehave cameras everywhere. Theupdated security was done toqualify for the grant money. Itmakes this a safe area for thosewho come to stay here becauseof domestic violence.”
One Year Ago
The organizing committee of the 6th annualRib Fest recently invited the community tohelp name the newest members of the com-mittee, known only as “Mr. Pig.” Sixty-eightentries were received suggesting sixty-threedifferent names. The committee finally settledon Isaac Van Snort as Mr. Pig’s official name.The winning entry was submitted by GregJohnston from Middle Point, who received aprize package valued at $70.
25 Years Ago – 1988
St. John’s eighth-grade students who com-peted at Bowling Green in the math testsponsored by the Greater Toledo Councilof Teachers of Mathematics were TracyGrothouse, Nancy Schwinnen, John Vasquez,Ted Vonderwell, Scott Schwinnen and SueKlausing. Vonderwell received a $2 check forhis ninth place score.The construction of Memorial Manor onFifth Street adjacent to Delphos MemorialHome is on schedule, according to the plan-ning committee of the Arnold C. DienstbergerFoundation Inc. The three-story 53-apartmentcomplex for adult independent living should becompleted by August.Doris Wittler, chairwoman of the FortJennings-Ottoville neighborhood Girl Scouts,received the President’s Award for neighbor-hood units which meet guidelines for member-ship and retention and the Honor Pin for out-standing service at the Appleseed Ridge GirlScout Council dinner at the Veterans MemorialCivic Center marking the 25th anniversary of the organization.
50 Years Ago – 1963
One of 1300 descendants of theWannemacher family, Mayme W. Harman of Ottoville told recently of interesting happen-ings of bygone days. She is the daughter of thelate Henry and Theresa (Wannnemacher) Ernst.Ernst, a bricklayer at the time of the building of the Ottoville Immaculate Conception Church,helped with its construction, then later joinedthe firm of J. J. Miller Company, as a partner in1894. This company today is managed by IreneMiller and her brother, Alex E. Miller.The ladies branch of the Catholic Knightsof America held a social Friday evening inthe Knights of Columbus club rooms on ElidaAvenue. Cards were played with the prizein 500 going to Gabriel Van Autreve and inpinochle to Cecilia Goetz. Lillian Wurstnerreceived the contest prize.“Trees and Flowers of the Bible” was thetopic presented by guest Mrs. Earl Crafts of Lima at a recent guest meeting of the ElidaGarden Club. Guests were entertained at a noonluncheon at the House of Vogts in Delphos.Mrs. William Strayer, Mrs. Richard Kieswetter,Mrs. Howard Leis, and Mrs. Norman Parrottserved as hostesses for the luncheon.
75 Years Ago – 1938
The Delphos kittenball season will officiallyopen on May 4. Three leagues will play thisyear. Four teams have been entered in the SeniorLeague, Coombs Shoes, Loetz Market, Miller’sOpticians and Star Café. The Junior League willinclude four teams made up of boys from thefour Delphos wards. The Church League nowhas a total of four teams including St. John’s,Presbyterian, Lutheran and Methodist.Ray McKowen will head the Men’s Leagueof St. John’s Church during the ensuing year.Officers were elected at a dinner meeting of theLeague held at the Idlewild clubhouse, north-east of Delphos, Wednesday evening. HaroldLause was named as vice president and JohnA. Metzner as secretary.Joseph Scherger has leased his property atSecond and Washington streets to the ShellOil Company. Scherger is constructing a superservice station on the property. The ShellCompany plans to take possession and have thestation in operation by Decoration Day.Corn: $6.45Wheat: $6.58Beans: $14.44
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Police probe U-turn collision onMain Street
Delphos Police investigatea bicycle-pick-up truck crashat 11:54 a.m. Friday.Michael Peters, 52, of Delphos was traveling south-bound in the 500 block of Main Street behind GlennM. Feathers, 50, of Delphos,who was riding his 15 speedbicycle. Feathers abruptlydid a U-turn in the roadwayand failed to maintain controlresulting in the bicycle collid-ing with and damaging the leftside of the Peters truck.Feathers sustained minorinjuries.Damages to the bicycle andtruck were minor.
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trip to the U.S. to reclaim theirelder son’s body or try to visitDzhokhar in jail. Tsarnaevtold the AP on Sunday hewas too ill to travel to theU.S. Tsarnaeva faces a 2012shoplifting charge in a Bostonsuburb, though it was unclearwhether that was a deterrent.Tsarnaeva arrived in theU.S. in 2002, settling in aworking-class section of Cambridge, Mass. With fourchildren, Anzor and Zubeidatqualified for food stamps andwere on and off public assis-tance benefits for years. Thelarge family squeezed itself into a third-floor apartment.Zubeidat took classes atthe Catherine Hinds Instituteof Esthetics, before becominga state-licensed aesthetician.Anzor, who had studied law,fixed cars.By some accounts, thefamily was tolerant.Bethany Smith, a NewYorker who befriendedZubeidat’s two daughters, saidin an interview with Newsdaythat when she stayed with thefamily for a month in 2008while she looked at colleges, shewas welcomed even though shewas Christian and had tattoos.“I had nothing but loveover there. They accepted mefor who I was,” Smith toldthe newspaper. “Their mother,Zubeidat, she considered meto be a part of the family. Shecalled me her third daughter.”Zubeidat said she andTamerlan began to turn moredeeply into their Muslim faithabout five years ago afterbeing influenced by a familyfriend, named “Misha.” Theman, whose full name shedidn’t reveal, impressed herwith a religious devotion thatwas far greater than her own,even though he was an ethnicArmenian who converted toIslam.“I wasn’t praying until heprayed in our house, so I justgot really ashamed that I amnot praying, being a Muslim,being born Muslim. I am notpraying. Misha, who convert-ed, was praying,” she said.By then, she had left her jobat the day spa and was givingfacials in her apartment. Oneclient, Alyssa Kilzer, noticedthe change when Tsarnaevaput on a head scarf beforeleaving the apartment.“She had never worn ahijab while working at the spapreviously, or inside the house,and I was really surprised,”Kilzer wrote in a post on herblog. “She started to refuse tosee boys that had gone throughpuberty, as she had consulted areligious figure and he had toldher it was sacrilegious. Shewas often fasting.”Kilzer wrote that Tsarnaevawas a loving and supportivemother, and she felt sympathyfor her plight after the April15 bombings. But she stoppedvisiting the family’s home forspa treatments in late 2011or early 2012 when, duringone session, she “started quot-ing a conspiracy theory, tell-ing me that she thought 9/11was purposefully created bythe American government tomake America hate Muslims.”“It’s real,” Tsarnaeva said,according to Kilzer. “My sonknows all about it. You canread on the Internet.”In the spring of 2010,Zubeidat’s eldest son got mar-ried in a ceremony at a Bostonmosque that no one in thefamily had previously attend-ed. Tamerlan and his wife,Katherine Russell, a RhodeIsland native and convert fromChristianity, now have a childwho is about 3 years old.