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50¢ dailyDelphos, Ohio
Telling The Tri-County’s Story Since 1869
Jefferson scholarship winners, p3 ACME action, p6
Obituaries 2State/Local 3Politics 4Community 5Sports 6-7Farm 7Classifieds 8TV 9World News 10
Hot andsunny. Highsaround 90.Southeastwinds around10 mph.Mostly clear. Lows inthe lower 60s. Southeastwinds 5 to 10 mph.Hot. Mostlysunny. Highsin the lower90s. Southwinds 5 to10 mph.Mostly clear. Lowsin the mid 60s.Mostly clear Monday through Wednesday.Highs around 90. Lows in the upper 60s.Partlycloudy.Highs in theupper 80s.Lows in themid 60s.
Fire and Rescue preparing for convention
Staff reports
DELPHOS — Final prep-arations are being made forDelphos Fire and Rescue tohost the annual NorthwestOhio Volunteer Firefighter’sAssoc. Convention Fridayand Saturday.Fire departments havealready started arriving fortwo days of camaraderie andcelebration.For the local department,it’s a chance to show off their town and raise much-needed funds for equip-ment.“We’ll have hundreds of firefighters here and they’llall need food and drink,”chairman Jamey Wishersaid. “We have a big-ticketdrawing to raise money forthe Delphos Fire Associationthat will be spent on equip-ment.”As departments arrive,those which will spend theentire time in Delphos willset up camp at the newFireman’s Clubhouse inLeisure Park.Friday’s events includewaterball at 4 p.m. and theQueen’s Pageant at 5 p.m.Following the pageant,contestants will participatein a short parade and thenthe cruising begins. Firetrucks loaded with person-nel will cruise the routeof North Canal, Main andWashington streets fromFifth to Fourth streets andFifth and First streets fromCanal to Washington.Safety Service DirectorGreg Berquist said it’s anhonor for Delphos to hostthe event.“This brings a lot of atten-tion to the City of Delphosand anytime we get positiveadvertising, it’s good forthe community,” he said.“We look forward to hav-ing a nice celebration inwhich firefighters can bondwith each other and holdactivities that display theirfirefighting abilities to thecommunity.”Berquist reminds resi-dents to be careful andremember fire trucks haveblind spots like commercialsemi-trucks have.“Like any other time thereis large equipment mov-ing around, motorists andpedestrians should realizethose big pieces of equip-ment have many blind spotsand they don’t stop quickly.So, please give them lots of space,” he said.Saturday morning willbring the annual NOVFAmeeting at St. John’s All-Saints Building, wherenext year’s host will beannounced. Accordingto sources, Ottoville andPut-in-Bay are on the list.NOVFA officers will alsobe elected.Following a NOVFAPast President’s Luncheonat the All-Saints Building,the parade begins at 1:30p.m., with all participat-ing fire departments and adozen local and area march-ing bands participating. Theparade route is: State Streetsouth to Second Street;Second Street to Main Streetheaded north; Main Streetnorth to Tenth Street; andends at Stadium Park.Street closures and park-ing restrictions for Fridayand Saturday include:— There will be no park-ing on either side of MainStreet between Secondand Fifth streets fromFriday afternoon to 5 p.m.Saturday;— No parking on eitherside of Second Streetbetween State and Mainstreets and no parking oneither side of Main Streetbetween Fifth and Tenthstreets from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.Saturday for the parade;— There will be notravel on Third and Fourthstreets between State andMaple streets from 11 a.m.to 4 p.m. on Saturday dueto marching bands lining upfor the parade; and— No parking on thenorth side of First Streetfrom 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. onSaturday due to reroutedtraffic from SR 697.Also, Delphos Fire andRescue vehicles will useblue lights on trucks andsquads during the conven-tion when making emergen-cy runs.Downtown Delphos willbe blocked off similar toCanal Days.Here is the schedule:
FridayRegistration – 9 a.m. to9 p.m.
Headquarters – DelphosFire Rescue Station
Waterball Registration – 2:30-3:30 p.m.
1st Street between Mainand Washington
Captain’s Meeting –3:30 p.m.Waterball Contest – 4p.m.
First Street between Main
Nancy Spencer photo
Firefighter Kerby Miller readies a Big Ticket drawingentry. There are just 15 tickets left of the 400 to be sold.Tickets are $100. Winners include: 1st ticket drawn -$10,000; 2nd and 40th - $1,000; 3rd and 39th - $750; 4thand 38th - $500; 5th and 37th - $250; and 6th through36th - $100. Tickets are available from any firefighter. Thedrawing will be held at the fire station following the paradeawards on Saturday.Campers have already arrived at the Fireman’s Clubhouse on Lima Avenue. More than80 camping reservations have been received.
Stacy Taff photo
The Girl Scout Butterfly Garden in front of The First Edition has been planted.Flowers are identified with painted rocks.
Library watching floor for mold
BY STACY TAFFstaff@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS — TheDelphos Public LibraryBoard of Trustees met inregular session Wednesdayto discuss advancing issueswith the floor settling in themeeting room of the mainlibrary building. As the stonesettles, it is feared moisturecould seep in and cause moldgrowth.Luke Cross of CrossExcavating presented theresults of his appraisal.“We would have to jack-hammer it all out to see howfar back the stone has settledin there. It could be 10 feetor it could be 30 feet,” hesaid. “The foundation itself should be good; it should be just the floor. Maybe they gotin a hurry when they laid thestone. The outside structureof the building should be finebut you just have to watch outfor mold. If enough mold getsin there, it could cost twice asmuch to fix. For right now, Ican’t really give an estimateon how much it would costuntil we get in there and lookmore closely.”A motion was made towait until August to performthe repairs and Cross willprovide periodical checks onthe mold situation and howfast the floor settles in themeantime.In other news, the libraryreceived two donations overthe last month: $300 from theGreen Thumb Garden Club,to go towards landscaping forThe First Edition; and $500from the Eagles Auxiliary,with no specified purpose.Library Director NancyMericle shared updates on thestatus of the library’s futuremembership with the SEOConsortium, a move whichwill exponentially increasethe amount of materialavailable to Delphos PublicLibrary patrons.“They’re three months
Stacy Taff photo
 Basketball court sealed 
Workers from Leslie Coatings, Inc., of Indianapolisput the final seal on the basketball court at GarfieldPark Wednesday. The court lines will be placed todayand the court should be ready for play by the middleof next week. The park improvements are a DelphosKiwanis Club project.
Recycle Saturday
Delphos Project Recyclewill be held from 9-11:30a.m. Saturday at DelphosTruck and Fuel Wash.Entry is gained bytraveling north from EastFifth Street east of DoubleAA Trailer Sales.Newspaper, phone books,plastic bags, cardboard, maga-zines and aluminum cans needto be in separate containers.The group now has a marketto sell “clean rinsed metal tincans.” If possible, please sepa-rate the metal cans from alumi-num and plastic or glass items.All other items, tin cans,plastic and glass containers,need to be rinsed clean; thereis no need to remove labelsand they can be co-mingled.Recycle is now accept-ing worn U.S. flags.Delphos Recycle does notaccept window or plate glass,light bulbs, ornamental glass,Pyrex or cookware glass.Computers, etc., areaccepted. No TVs or monitors.
Canal clean upset June 23
The Delphos CanalCommission and the OhioDivision of Canals havescheduled a Miami-ErieCanal clean up from 8:30-11:30 a.m. June 23.Organizations andvolunteers are asked toregister at the HanserPavilion in Stadium Parkto get an assigned area.All citizens are askedto spruce up the city forthe upcoming Fourthof July celebration.Residents along the canalare asked to refrain fromplacing grass clippings andlimbs in or along the canal.
See LIBRARY, page 2
U.S. flag 235
Today is the 235th birthdayof the U.S. flag.In 1777, the ContinentalCongress adopted the Starsand Stripes pattern for ournational flag. It wasn’t until1916 that President WoodrowWilson honored the flag with aproclamation that gave honorto the flag. Then in 1949,President Harry S. Trumansigned an Act of Congresssetting aside June 14 of eachyear as Flag Day.
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MargaretB., 93, of Delphos, funeralservices will begin at 11 a.m.Saturday at Trinity UnitedMethodist Church, the Revs.David Howell and JohnMedaugh officiating. Burialwill follow in Walnut GroveCemetery. Friends may callfrom 4-8 p.m. Friday at Harterand Schier Funeral Home andfor an hour prior to the serviceat the church. Memorials areto the church or St. Rita’sHospice.
Dorothy J., 66,of Delphos, celebration of life will begin at 11 a.m.Saturday at St. John theEvangelist Catholic Church,the Revs. Jacob Gordon andMelvin Verhoff officiat-ing. Friends may call from2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Friday atArmentrout Funeral Home inWaynesfield. Memorial con-tributions may be made to theSpanish clubs at St. John’sHigh School or Jefferson HighSchool. Condolences may beexpressed at: www.armen-troutfuneralhome.com.
William “Ben,”86, of Spencerville, funeralservices will begin at 11 a.m.Friday at Thomas E. Bayliff Funeral Home, Pastor NealWhitney officiating. Burialwill be in SpencervilleCemetery with military ritesby Spencerville Veterans.Friends may call from 4-8p.m. today at the funeral home.Memorial contributions maybe made to the SpencervilleAthletic Boosters.
: Clear. Lowsin the mid 50s. East windsaround 10 mph.
: Hot and sunny.Highs around 90. Southeastwinds around 10 mph.
: Mostlyclear. Lows in the lower 60s.Southeast winds 5 to 10 mph.
: Hot. Mostlysunny. Highs in the lower 90s.South winds 5 to 10 mph.
:Mostly clear. Lows in the mid60s.
: Partly cloudy. Highsin the upper 80s. Lows in themid 60s.
: Mostly clear.Highs around 90. Lows in theupper 60s.High temperatureWednesday in Delphos was75 degrees, low was 56. Higha year ago today was 74, lowwas 54. Record high for todayis 96, set in 1997. Record lowis 47, set in 1933.
Delphos weather
By ED GEBERTTimes Bulletin editor
VAN WERT — A Delphosman was sentenced to 11months in prison on a drugtrafficking charge. StevenDiltz, 29, will serve the pris-on time concurrently withan 11-month prison sentencehanded down in a PutnamCounty court.Diltz was sentencedWednesday morning inVan Wert County Court of Common Pleas. He had plead-ed guilty to fifth-degree felo-ny trafficking in drugs. Diltzwas given credit for 67 daysalready served on this charge.Stating, “I was raised inan Amish home. This isn’tme,”
Brenda Schwartz
expressed her plea for mercyto Judge Charles D. Steele onWednesday. The 26-year-oldDecatur, Indiana woman wassentenced on three counts of theft from an elderly person,each a felony of the fifthdegree. Schwartz’s attorney,Todd Wolfrum, explained thata man had coerced Schwartzinto using the credit card of the woman she was caring forto make purchases for him.Schwartz was placed on60 days of electronically-monitored house arrest as apart of three years of com-munity control. Also as partof the sentence, she must pay$1,517.38 in restitution andhave no contact with her, per-form 200 hours of communityservice, and pay court costsand fees. A nine-month prisonsentence was deferred pendingthe successful completion of community control.
Ruth A. Napier,
20, VanWert was placed on two yearsof community control on afourth-degree felony chargeof trespassing in a habitation.As part of community con-trol, Napier must completea substance abuse treatmentprogram, continue psychiatrictreatment and medications,serve 30 days in jail, andpay fees and court costs. Anine-month prison term wasdeferred pending the success-ful completion of communitycontrol.
Tyler A. Dirham
, 20,Van Wert, entered a plea of guilty to a charge of posses-sion of marijuana, a felony of the fifth degree. Dirham thenrequested treatment in lieuof conviction. He had beenarrested for having marijuanaon March 24. Steele grantedthe request and gave Dirhamone year to complete theprogram. Dirham was sched-uled to leave for an inpatientrehabilitation in Battle CreekWednesday afternoon.
Emily Lacy
, 20, VanWert, pleaded guilty to traf-ficking in morphine, a fourth-degree felony, and traffickingin marijuana, a fifth-degreefelony. She will be sentencedon July 25.
Michael Speakman
, 20,Van Wert, entered a guiltyplea to fifth-degree felonytheft. He was ordered to haveno contact with the victim inthe case. Sentencing was setfor July 25.
Rickey E. Harter
, 55,Spencerville was arraignedand entered a plea of notguilty to theft from a elderlyperson, a felony of the fifthdegree charge. Harter wasreleased on bond and wasordered to attend a pretrialhearing on June 27.
Hamilton Martinez
, 51,Phillipsburg, pleaded notguilty to fifth-degree felonytheft and fourth-degree felonytheft from an elderly person.Martinez was released onbond. A pretrial hearing wasset for June 27.
Nathan Huey Dingle
, 30,Chicago, Ill., entered a notguilty plea to receiving stolenproperty, a felony of the fourthdegree. Steele transferred thebond which was posted previ-ously in Van Wert MunicipalCourt was transferred to thiscase. A pretrial hearing wasset for June 27.
Steven Diltz, 29, Delphos was sentenced to 11 monthsin prison on Wednesday in Van Wert County Court of Common Pleas. Diltz pleaded guilty to fifth-degree felonytrafficking in drugs. (Times Bulletin/Ed Gebert photo)(Continued from page 1)
into it now and they only doone library a month. Thereare a few libraries ahead of us and the next opening isNovember. They may not doone for December because of the holiday season, so we toldthem we’d be willing to go thefirst of the year,” Mericle said.“The lady I spoke with saidthere was another library rightbehind us, so if we wantedto go with a later time, theymight bring that library inbefore us. So we’ll see whathappens, but it’s happening.It’s in the works.”The board passed a motionfor the library staff to pur-chase a Kindle Fire and aNook for the staff to learn on,as eBooks will soon be avail-able. With this decision andthe upcoming SEO member-ship, hiring a collection agen-cy for lost materials was onceagain brought to the table.“We talked awhile backabout possibly hiring a col-lection agency. Since then,I’ve gone on the OPLINlist and asked libraries inNorthwestern Ohio to respondif they use a collection agen-cy. They’re all with UniqueManagement and they loveit,” she said. “There was onelibrary who was with AtlasCollections, Inc. in Muncie,Ind., but about 90 percent of them were with Unique, eventhe smaller libraries. One of our big concerns was that asa smaller library we wouldn’tbe able to justify hiring them,because you need to have atleast five cases a month oryou pay a $50 monthly fee.These smaller libraries useUnique and they think theworld of it. This is somethingwe might want to consideronce we’ve joined the SEOConsortium.”The board agreed to shelvethe topic for later consideration.The board went into exec-utive session and adjournedwith no further business con-ducted.
This is the cruise route for the fire vehicles Friday night.
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and Washington
Queen’s Contest Registration – Noon to1:30 p.m.
Jefferson Middle School
Queen’s Preliminary Interview – 1:30p.m.
Jefferson Middle School
Queen’s Rehearsal – 3-4 p.m.
Jefferson Middle School
Queen’s Contest – 5 p.m. (parade tofollow)
Jefferson Middle School
SaturdayRegistration – 8 a.m. to noon
Headquarters – Delphos Fire RescueStation
Delegates registration – 8:30-9 a.m.
St. John High School, All Saints Building
N.O.V.F.A. Convention Meeting – 9a.m.
St. John High School, All Saints Building
Past Presidents’ Luncheon – noon
St. John High School, All Saints Building
Parade – 1:30 p.m.
Starting at Second and State streets
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Today is Thursday, June14, the 166th day of 2012.There are 200 days left in theyear. This is Flag Day.
Today’s Highlight inHistory:
On June 14, 1777, theContinental Congress inPhiladelphia adopted the Starsand Stripes as the nationalflag.
On this date:
In 1775, the ContinentalArmy, forerunner of the UnitedStates Army, was created.In 1801, former AmericanRevolutionary War Generaland notorious turncoatBenedict Arnold died inLondon.In 1922, Warren G.Harding became the firstpresident heard on radio, asBaltimore station WEARbroadcast his speech dedi-cating the Francis Scott Keymemorial at Fort McHenry.In 1940, German troopsentered Paris during WorldWar II; the same day, theNazis began transportingprisoners to the Auschwitz(OWSH’-vitz) concentrationcamp in German-occupiedPoland.In 1943, the SupremeCourt, in West VirginiaState Board of Education v.Barnette, ruled that childrenin public schools could not beforced to salute the flag of theUnited States.In 1952, President HarryS. Truman officiated at thekeel-laying of the nuclear-powered submarine USSNautilus at the Electric BoatShipyard in Groton (GRAH’-tuhn), Conn.In 1954, the words “underGod” were added to thePledge of Allegiance.In 1967, the space probeMariner 5 was launched fromCape Kennedy on a flight thattook it past Venus.Presidents who areportrayed on U.S. papercurrency are: Washington,Jefferson, Lincoln, Jackson,Grant, McKinley, Cleveland,Madison and Wilson.
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Berelsman FamilyScholarshipLee Himmeger AthleticScholarshipEric Schier ScienceScholarshipRichard G. SwiftMemorial ScholarshipRose-Hulman MeritScholarship
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 Athletic Scholarship fromUrbana University
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 Native American Scholarship
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Stephanie Nichole Koenig
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Kecia Marie Kramer
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Courtney Lynn Lewis
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Alecia Helen Menke
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 Agrium Higher EducationScholarshipNathan Miller MemorialScholarshipMark YoungpeterMemorial ScholarshipKemper MemorialScholarshipRenee SchimmollerScholarshipDelphos JeffersonAlumni ScholarshipLee Himmeger AthleticScholarship
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Charlotte E. StoberScholarship
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Ohio Elks’ AssociationEducational FundGloria AnspaughMemorial Scholarship
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Elizabeth MorganThompson
 Delphos Teachers’Scholarship
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