2A – The Herald Monday, May 20, 2013
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Vol. 143 No. 238
Nancy Spencer, editorRay Geary, general manager,Delphos Herald Inc.Don Hemple, advertising managerTiffany Brantley
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WEATHER FORECASTTri-countyAssociated PressTODAY:
Partly cloudy. A 30 percent chance of showers andthunderstorms in the afternoon. Highs in the upper 80s. Southwinds 10 to 20 mph.
Partly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the upper 60s. southwinds 5 to 15 mph.
Showers and thunderstorms likely. Highs inthe mid 80s. Southwest winds 10 to 20 mph. chance of pre-cipitation 60 percent.
Mostly cloudy with a 50 percentchance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the upper 60s.Southwest winds 10 to 15 mph.
Showers and thunderstorms likely. Highsin the upper 70s. Chance of precipitation 70 percent.
Mostly cloudy with a 40 percentchance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the lower 60s.
DorothyM., 100, of Ottawa, Mass of Christian Burial will begin at10 a.m. today at Sts. Peter &Paul Catholic Church, Ottawa,the Rev. Matt Jozefiak offi-ciating. Burial will fol-low in St. John the BaptistCemetery, Landeck. Memorialdonations may be made toPutnam County Hospice orSts. Peter & Paul EducationFoundation. Condolences maybe expressed at: www.lovefu-neralhome.com
Clayton E., 93,of rural Spencerville, funeralservices will be held at 11a.m. Tuesday in the ThomasE. Bayliff Funeral Home inSpencerville, Pastor SteveSavage officiating. Burial willfollow in the Wright Cemetery,near Converse. Friends maycall 4-8 p.m. today and after10 a.m. on Tuesday at thefuneral home. Memorials maybe made to the Trinity FriendsChurch. Condolences may besent to email@example.com.
One Year Ago
Saturday mornings will soon become more active inAmerica’s Friendliest City when a farmer’s market opensdowntown. Organizers plan for the market to also include arange of eclectic goods, depending on those who choose toparticipate. Michael Betz is part of My Town, LLC, and heanticipates the market being an opportunity for area craftsmento develop their small businesses.
25 Years Ago – 1988
Sheri A. (Closson) Dunlavy received a bachelor of artsdegree in psychology at commencement exercises for IndianaUniversity-Purdue University at Fort Wayne. She is the daugh-ter of Charlene A. Closson of Delphos and the late George A.Closson Jr. She and her husband, Drew, reside in Fort Wayne.St. John’s girls placed fourth and the boys fifth at the WayneTrace relays. First-place finishes for the girls came from the400-meter relay team of Chris Hughes, Vicki Kunz, SharonWilhelm and Liz Wrocklage; and the 800 sprint medley teamof Hughes, Wrocklage, Wilhelm and Kunz.Elida Middle school nurse Darlene Alt, works with juniorhigh level children, helping them share positive interests suchas hobbies and poster making which is being done by seventh-grade students, Alexis Long and Heather McClure. “Thesepositive activities give students an alternate to such negativectivities as smoking, drugs and alcohol,” said Alt.
50 Years Ago – 1963
A former Delphos man, Arthur N. Rozelle of Ypsilanti,Mich., was elected and installed Saturday as the MostIllustrious Grand Master of Royal and Select Master Masonsof Michigan. The final meeting of the 105th annual session of the Grand Council of Michigan, held in Kalamazoo, Mich.,Masonic Temple, was attended by three members of DelphosCouncil No. 72, R. & S. M.; J.V. DeWeese, R. B. Rozelle; andH. E. “Pete” Rozelle.Members of the Ladies Bible Class of the EvangelicalUnited Brethren Church held their annual fishing party Fridayat Camp St. Marys. In spite of the rain, the group fished dur-ing the afternoon with first prize going to Sylvia Wagoner forthe largest fish and most in number. Ethel Beech received theconsolation prize for the smallest and least number.Elida Garden Club members met for a dessert luncheonrecently in the home of Mrs. E. J. Nutter, Neely Road. Mrs.Norman Parrott presented an educational exhibit of wild flow-ers native to Ohio, which she had grown in her wildflowergarden. Mrs. Roland Swank used the topic, “Portable Color foryour Garden” as the study program of the afternoon.
75 Years Ago – 1938
Through the courtesy of the Delphos city officials, 45 pupilsof the seventh and eighth grades of St. John’s portable buildingreceived their information on civic government first-hand. OnWednesday, they called on the mayor, David L. Baringer, whotogether with Chief of Police Glenn Ditto, escorted the pupilsthrough the city building. The pupils were shown the jail, fin-gerprinting equipment, council rooms, the WPA sewing centerand the workings of the fire department.Hortense Metcalfe was elected to serve as president of theBeta Delphian chapter at a dinner meeting of the organiza-tion held Wednesday night. Mrs. E. O. Steinle was chosen asvice president of the chapter, and Mrs. J. Russell Critchett assecretary-treasurer. The members of the Seminar Board areHelen Stallkamp and Lillian Kollsmith.All roads will lead to Lima on May 21 when the bigShawnee Council Boy Scout Circuit is staged in the municipalstadium there. More than 1,000 Scouts will converge on thecity for the greatest demonstration of Scouting activity thissection has ever witnessed. Delphos Scouts will take part in theCamping Event and the Games Event.
2 men arrested in killing over iPad
Two men have been arrest-ed in the killing of a teen-age boy over an iPad in LasVegas, police said Sunday.Jacob Dismont, 18, andMichael Solid, 21, werebooked Saturday into theClark County jail on chargesof open murder, robbery andconspiracy to commit rob-bery.According to investiga-tors, Marcos Arenas, 15, waswalking down a street withthe iPad on Thursday when apassenger got out of a vehicleand tried to steal the devicefrom him.Dismont is accused of try-ing to wrest the tablet awayand dragging Arenas towardthe SUV when the youthwouldn’t let go of the device.After Dismont re-entered thevehicle and Solid sped away,the teen was dragged untilhe fell. The vehicle ran overArenas and he died at a hos-pital.“I think both the publicand police department sharethe same sentiment that thiswas a senseless act of vio-lence,” police spokesman BillCassell told The AssociatedPress.The suspects succeeded inmaking off with the device,officers said.Ivan Arenas said he boughtthe iPad for his son less thantwo months ago. The fam-ily has never had a lot, thefather said, and his son valuedeverything he had.“For him to lose his lifeover an iPad, it’s just notfair,” he told the Las VegasReview-Journal. “Never inmy life would I imagine thatme buying my kid an iPadfor his birthday would end upwith him getting run over.”Similar thefts of iPads,IPhones and other Appledevices have become sowidespread nationwide thatthe crime has earned thenickname, “Apple picking,”Cassell said.“This is a nationwide phe-nomenon where thieves aretargeting individuals who arecarrying them,” he said.Police urge victims of suchcrimes to always let go of thedevices.
By The Associated Press
Today is Monday, May20, the 140th day of 2013.There are 225 days left inthe year.
Today’s Highlight inHistory:
On May 20, 1927, CharlesLindbergh took off fromRoosevelt Field in LongIsland, N.Y., aboard theSpirit of St. Louis on hishistoric solo flight to France.
On this date:
In 1712, the original ver-sion of Alexander Pope’ssatirical mock-heroic poem“The Rape of the Lock” waspublished anonymously inLintot’s Miscellany.In 1862, PresidentAbraham Lincoln signed theHomestead Act, which wasintended to encourage settle-ments west of the MississippiRiver by making federal landavailable for farming.In 1902, the United Statesended a three-year militarypresence in Cuba as theRepublic of Cuba was estab-lished under its first electedpresident, Tomas EstradaPalma.In 1932, Amelia Earharttook off from Newfoundlandto become the first woman tofly solo across the Atlantic.(Because of weather andequipment problems, Earhartset down in Northern Irelandinstead of her intended desti-nation, France.)In 1959, nearly 5,000Japanese-Americans hadtheir U.S. citizenshiprestored after renouncing itduring World War II.In 1961, a white mobattacked a busload of FreedomRiders in Montgomery, Ala.,prompting the federal gov-ernment to send in U.S. mar-shals to restore order.In 1969, U.S. and SouthVietnamese forces capturedAp Bia Mountain, referred toas “Hamburger Hill” by theAmericans, following one of the bloodiest battles of theVietnam War.In 1988, Laurie Dann,30, walked into a Winnetka,Ill., elementary school class-room, where she shot todeath 8-year-old NicholasCorwin and wounded severalother children. After wound-ing a young man at his home,Dann took her own life.In 1993, an estimated 93million people tuned in forthe final first-run episode of the sitcom “Cheers” on NBC.
Ten years ago:
The Bushadministration, concernedthat a wave of attacks over-seas could spread to theUnited States, raised the ter-rorism alert level to orange.The United States bannedall beef imports from Canadaafter a lone case of mad cowdisease was discovered inthe heart of Canada’s cattlecountry.
Five years ago:
Sen.Edward Kennedy was diag-nosed with a cancerous braintumor; some experts gave theMassachusetts Democrat lessthan a year to live. (Kennedydied in August 2009.)Hillary Rodham Clintondefeated Barack Obama inthe Kentucky Democraticprimary, while Obama wonin Oregon.CLEVELAND (AP) —These Ohio lotteries weredrawn Sunday:
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