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Telling The Tri-County’s Story Since 1869

50¢ daily Friday, July 2, 2010 Delphos, Ohio

No bucks, no boom for the Fourth

BY JENNIFER C. KERR “You get to know a lot of Recyclers, saved the show, tant,” said Julie Heckman,
The Associated Press these employees on a one-to- although it’ll be held on July executive director of the
one basis,” said Davis. “How 5. American Pyrotechnics
WASHINGTON — can we spend money on the Gold Metal and Dr Pepper Association. “I think that’s
Expect fewer booms this fireworks when we’re mak- are contributing $80,000 for because these community
July Fourth because of finan- ing these cutbacks?” the fireworks show and a per- celebrations are so impor-
cial busts in some cities and It is the same story in formance by the Dallas Wind tant.”
towns. Clayton, N.C., where Mayor Symphony. Industry sales last year
As many folks pack up Jody McLeod says he can’t Donations from a father- were just under a billion dol-
picnics and head to see the remember a year the town of son team saved fireworks lars, at $945 million — with
fireworks this holiday week- 16,000 didn’t have fireworks from fizzling in Cedar Grove, steady annual increases over
end, the skies over a couple- — until this year. Clayton is N.J., where Mayor Robert the last decade.
dozen cash-strapped com- facing layoffs and spending O’Toole and his son, State About two-thirds of the
munities will be missing the $30,000 for fireworks just Sen. Kevin O’Toole, are revenue last year was for
spectacular crackle of color didn’t seem right. splitting the $7,000 cost. consumer fireworks, said
that Americans associate with “It’s devastating,” said the “People always seem to Heckman. Consumer fire-
the nation’s birthday. mayor. “But because of the step up in times of need,” works are sold most com-
Blame the economy. economy, this is just what the said Township Manager monly at neighborhood stands
Cities and towns including town has to do.” Thomas Tucci. versus the display fireworks
Antioch, Calif.; Louisville, McLeod has received a In Boston, Liberty that are used at large com-
Colo.; Akron, Ohio; few letters and e-mails ask- Mutual Insurance Company munity events by licensed
Stamford, Conn.; and Jersey ing how he could cancel ran an online contest com- professionals.
City, N.J., were forced to the fireworks — “a piece plete with a history quiz The Consumer Product
pull the plug on their local of Americana,” said one; and then awarded $10,000 Safety Commission urges
fireworks shows because of “insane,” cried another. But grants to 10 cities, including people this holiday weekend
tight budgets. most residents “understand Cincinnati and Montclair, to play it safe with sparklers,
In Antioch, Mayor James that you can only spend what N.J., to help them continue firecrackers and aerial fire-
Davis said it was a tough call you have, just like a family,” their July Fourth celebra- works.
to cancel the city’s nearly said McLeod. tions. The agency knows of two
$80,000 fireworks show and Dallas almost lost its While some communities deaths and nearly 9,000 emer-
festivities. It’s a celebration fireworks when organizers struggled to find donors or gency room visits for injuries
he and his wife brought back couldn’t find enough cor- had to cancel altogether, the from fireworks related inci-
to the area 15 years ago. But porate sponsors. After they fireworks industry itself is ... dents last year. Most injuries
even more difficult, he says, canceled, a last-minute dona- well, booming. were to people younger than
is laying off 18 people this tion from a scrap metal recy- “The fireworks industry 20 and in many cases resulted
year. cling company, Gold Metal tends to be recession resis- in the loss of a limb.

Upfront Fourth of July schedule

Circus tickets on for Delphos celebration
sale this weekend SATURDAY
Super Saver tickets for 8-10:30 p.m. — Delphos Optimist Club Fishing Derby with
July 30 Circus sponsored registration at 7:30 a.m.
by the Delphos Museum 5-10 p.m. — Delphos Optimist Bingo
of Postal History and 5 p.m. - 1 a.m. — Kiwanis Food & Beverage Tent @ Tennis
Delphos Canal Commission
Museum are now on sale Courts
at the Delphos Chamber 5-11 p.m. — D&D Amusement Rides & Games
of Commerce and Keith’s 6 p.m. — Up to the Challenge Baseball Game (Diamonds
Landeck Tavern. L.L.)
They will also be on sale 6 p.m. — Kiwanis Pedal Boat Races at canal near Hanser
Saturday and Sunday during Pavilion
Fourth of July festivities and 8 p.m. - 1 a.m. — Kiwanis Entertainment at Social Tent
on July 11 during the Rotary with “The Gunz”
Club’s Concert in the Park.
The Carson and Barnes SUNDAY
Five Ring Bit Top Circus 9 a.m. - All Day — Delphos Rec. Dept. Softball
will be Delphos for two Tournament
shows on July 30 on the open 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. — Delphos Little and Minor League
fields of John Wellman’s Baseball Tournament
farm just north of Jefferson 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. — Kiwanis Food and Beverage Tent on
High School’s parking lot. tennis courts
Performances will be Noon - Sold Out — Kiwanis Chicken BBQ at shelterhouse
at 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 Noon - 11 p.m. — D&D Amusement Rides & Games
p.m. under an enormous Noon - 3:00 p.m. Kiwanis Corn Hole Tournament on
150-foot-by-200-foot tent. tennis courts
Proceeds will ben-
efit the Museum of Postal 1-9 p.m. — Delphos Optimist Bingo Tent
History and the Delphos 6 p.m. - Midnight — ROAD AROUND PARK CLOSED -
Canal Commission. FIREWORKS SET UP
For more information
or to obtain tickets, con-
Workers ready park for Fourth Nancy Spencer photo 8 p.m. - Midnight — Kiwanis entertainment at Social Tent
with “Deuces Wild with the Rednecks”
tact Ruth Ann Wittler at Austin Loper, on the ladder, Melvin Ladd and Dylan Hanefeld of D&D Amusement 10-10:20 p.m. — Kiwanis fireworks display by
419-692-4536 or Marilyn of Continental assemble the swing ride at Stadium Park this morning in preparation “Pyrotechnico”
Wagner at 419-692-4496. for the annual Kiwanis Fourth of July celebration. See schedule at right. **This is a tentative schedule, times and events may
The Meadows
of Kalida to host Volunteers ready but left Toyota says 270,000 vehicles have faulty engines
out of oil spill cleanup
By KEN THOMAS mats. were included in previous
political forum The Associated Press Toyota was slapped with
a record $16.4 million fine in
model years of the IS350,
GS350, GS460, GS450h,
The Meadows of Kalida By TOM BREEN Mexico that had long stood as WASHINGTON — Toyota the United States for acting too LS460, LS600h, LS600hL
will host a political forum The Associated Press the worst in the Gulf. Motor Corp. said Thursday slowly to recall vehicles with and Toyota Crown, which is
In recent days and weeks, about 270,000 cars sold world- defects. Toyota dealers have primarily sold in Japan. He
with Lynn Wachtmann
NEW ORLEANS — for reasons BP has never wide, including luxury Lexus repaired millions of vehicles, said the company was still
and Cletus Schindler at
Many fishing boats signed up explained, many fishing boats sedans, have potentially faulty but the automaker still faces evaluating which model years
1:30 p.m. on Thursday. engines, in the latest quality more than 200 lawsuits tied were affected by the engine
Both candidates will be to skim oil sit idle in marinas. hired for the cleanup have
Some captains and deckhands done a lot of waiting around. issue to confront the Japanese to accidents, the lower resale problems and the company
talking about issues regard- automaker after a string of value of Toyota vehicles and would make an announcement
ing seniors and aging. say they have been just wait- At the same time, there is
massive recalls. the drop in the company’s to customers when a fix is
The floor will be open for ing around for instructions mounting frustration over the
The National Highway stock. determined.
questions and comments. while drawing checks from time it has taken the govern- Traffic Safety Administration, U.S. regulators are working About 90,000 vehicles with
Refreshments will BP of more than $1,000 a ment to approve offers of help the U.S. government’s auto with scientists from NASA to the engine problems were sold
be served. The pub- day per vessel. Thousands of from foreign countries and safety agency, said Toyota had investigate what caused some in Japan and the remaining
lic is welcome. offers to clean beaches and international organizations. not formally notified it about of the vehicles to suddenly 180,000 vehicles were sold
wetlands have gone unan- The Coast Guard said there a recall. Japan’s top-selling accelerate. That review is overseas, mostly in the U.S.,
Forecast swered. have been 107 offers of help daily Yomiuri said the com- expected to be completed by company officials said.
Sunny BP and the Obama admin- from 44 nations, ranging from pany will inform the Japanese late August. NHTSA officials Asked whether the cars
Saturday; high istration faced mounting com- technical advice to skimmer transport ministry of a recall are also reviewing whether were safe, Templin said, “I’m
in mid 80s. plaints Thursday that they boats and booms. But many on Monday but the paper cited Toyota waited nearly a year driving one and I feel totally
See page 2. are ignoring foreign offers of those offers are weeks old, no sources. in 2005 to recall trucks and comfortable in it.”
of badly needed equipment and only a small number have Toyota spokesman Hideaki SUVs in the U.S. with defec- Toyota said it has received
and making poor use of the been accepted, with the vast
Index fishing boats and volunteers majority still under review,
Homma in Japan said the com-
pany was evaluating measures
tive steering rods, a case that
could lead to additional fines.
around 200 complaints in
Japan over faulty engines.
Obituaries 2 available to help clean up according to a list kept by the to deal with the problem of Lexus general manager Some drivers told Toyota
State/Local 3 what may now be the big- State Department. defective engines that can stall Mark Templin said during that the engines made a
Politics 4 gest spill ever in the Gulf of A report prepared by while the vehicle is moving. manufacturing there were strange noise. Homma said
Community 5 Mexico. investigators with the House He would not confirm a recall some contaminated materi- there have been no reports of
Sports 6 Based on some govern- Committee on Oversight and was being considered. als used for valve springs in accidents linked to the faulty
Church 7 ment estimates, more than Government Reform for Rep. The world’s largest auto- the engine, which could cause engines.
140 million gallons of crude Darrell Issa, R-Calif., detailed maker has scrambled to repair abnormal noises or rough Toyota spokesman Ed
Classifieds 8 have now spewed from the one case in which the Dutch its reputation following the idling. In extreme cases, Lewis said the company had
TV 9 bottom of the sea since the government offered April 30 recall of 8.5 million vehicles Templin said the engine could not formally notified the U.S.
World News 10 April 20 explosion that killed to provide four oil skimmers around the globe because of stall and drivers would likely highway safety agency about
11 workers on the Deepwater that collectively could pro- problems with sticking accel- hear noises or idling before the issue. He could not con-
Horizon oil platform, eclips- erator pedals and gas pedals the vehicle stalled. firm any plans for a recall in
ing the 1979-80 disaster off See SPILL, page 2 that can get trapped in floor Templin said the engines the United States.
2 – The Herald Friday, July 2, 2010

For The Record

Prosecutors: NY suspect WEATHER OBITUARY The Daily
spilled Russia spy details
Delphos weather
High temperature Thursday Vol. 141 No. 17
in Delphos was 75 degrees,
Nancy Spencer, editor
low was 52. High a year ago Ray Geary, business manager
By TOM HAYS and ly assisting this conspiracy,” Embassy in Cyprus flatly denied today was 68, low was 57. Don Hemple, advertising manager
LARRY NEIMEISTER he said. local media reports today that Record high for today is 100, Tiffany Brantley,
The Associated Press The judge ruled that two Metsos was in U.S. custody at set in 1953. Record low is 50, circulation manager
defendants, Cynthia and the embassy compound. set in 1979. William Kohl, general manager/
NEW YORK — Within Richard Murphy, should U.S. Embassy spokes- WEATHER FORECAST Eagle Print
hours of his capture, U.S. pros- remain in custody because man James Ellickson-Brown Tri-county The Daily Herald (USPS 1525
ecutors say, Russian spy sus- there was no other way to guar- said U.S. authorities have no The Associated Press 8000) is published daily except
pect Juan Lazaro admitted his antee they would not flee since knowledge of Metsos’ where- Sundays and Holidays.
name was an alias. it’s unclear who they really abouts and the search effort for TONIGHT: Clear. Lows By carrier in Delphos and
So who is he? Lazaro are. But he set bail of $250,000 Metsos is entirely in the hands in the lower 50s. Southeast area towns, or by rural motor
wasn’t saying — not “even for for Lazaro’s wife, prominent of Cypriot authorities. winds around 5 mph. route where available $2.09 per
his son,” court papers say. Spanish-language journalist In New York, prosecu-
Lazaro’s admission — Vicky Pelaez, a U.S. citizen tors cited new evidence such
Highs in the mid 80s. South
William E. Downey week. By mail in Allen, Van
Wert, or Putnam County, $105
and defiance — was revealed born in Peru, saying she did not as $80,000 in new $100 bills winds 5 to 10 mph. William E. per year. Outside these counties
Thursday by federal prosecutors appear to be trained as a spy. found in the safe-deposit box of SATURDAY NIGHT: Downey, 82, of $119 per year.
arguing against bail for him, his The judge required electronic the Murphys, who had been liv- Clear. Lows in the mid 60s. Fordyce, Ark., Entered in the post office
wife and another couple with monitoring and home deten- ing in a Montclair, N.J., home South winds 5 to 10 mph. and formerly of in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
children. The U.S. government tion and said she would not be paid for with money from the EXTENDED FORECAST Delphos, died Periodicals, postage paid at
claims those defendants and freed before Tuesday, giving Russian intelligence service. SUNDAY: Sunny. Highs Wednesday at the St. John’s Delphos, Ohio.
seven others were part of a spy prosecutors time to appeal. Other evidence included the around 90. Southwest winds 5 Place Nursing Home in No mail subscriptions will be
ring on assignment to infiltrate The judge ruled after discovery of multiple cellular to 10 mph. Fordyce. accepted in towns or villages
America’s cities and suburbs Farbiarz said the evidence phones and currencies in a safe- SUNDAY NIGHT- He was born in Blairsville, where The Daily Herald paper
for the Russian intelligence against the defendants contin- deposit box and other “tools of Penn., to the late Homer carriers or motor routes provide
service. ued to mount and the case was the trade when they’re in this Barkley and Myrtle (Robinson) daily home delivery for $2.09
clear. Lows in the upper 60s. per week.
Their cover was so deep, solid. business,” Farbiarz said. Highs in the lower 90s. Downey.
“there is no inkling at all that The decision to set bail for He said the spy ring consist- Mr. Downey was retired 405 North Main St.
their children who they live with one defendant came as police ed of people who for decades NIGHT: Partly cloudy. Highs from Ford Motor Company
Office Hours
have any idea their parents are on the island nation of Cyprus had worked to Americanize around 90. Lows in the upper and was a member of the
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Russian agents,” Assistant U.S. searched airports, ports and themselves while engaging in 60s. Holly Springs Baptist Church. POSTMASTER:
Attorney Michael Farbiarz told yacht marinas to find a man secret global travel with false WEDNESDAY: Partly He honorably and faithfully Send address changes
U.S. Magistrate Judge Ronald who had been going by the passports, secret code words, sunny with a chance of show- served his country in the to THE DAILY HERALD,
L. Ellis. name Christopher Metsos, fake names, invisible ink, ers and thunderstorms. Highs United States Navy during 405 N. Main St.
Farbiarz warned that a pow- who disappeared after a judge encrypted radio transmissions in the mid 80s. Chance of rain World War II. Delphos, Ohio 45833
erful and sophisticated network there freed him on $32,500 and techniques so sophisticat- 30 percent. He is survived by his

of U.S.-based Russian agents bail. Metsos failed to show ed that prosecutors chose not to WEDNESDAY NIGHT, wife, Mary E. Downey; a
was eager to help defendants in up Wednesday for a required describe them in court papers. THURSDAY: Partly cloudy. son, Todd Downey of Lima;
the spy ring flee the country if meeting with police. He was The prosecutors’ claims Lows in the mid 60s. Highs in three daughters, Paulette
they were released on bail. charged by U.S. authorities were countered by lawyers for the mid 80s. Wilges of Fordyce, Linda
“There are a lot of Russian with supplying funds to the several defendants who said Schleeter of Delphos and (Continued from page 1)

government officials in the other members of the spy ring. their clients were harmless and Rebecca Downey of Lima;
United States who are active- A spokesman for the U.S. should be released on bail. a sister, Ramona Cribbs of cess more than 6 million gal-
Blarisville; and four grand- lons of oily water a day. It
AZ cops expect scrutiny of immigration enforcement ST. RITA’S
A boy was born June 30 children, seven great-grand-
children and three great-
took seven weeks for the U.S.
to approve the offer.
to Amanda Vasquez and Jace White House spokesman
By JONATHAN going to be accused of racial the basis for triggering immi- great-grandchildren.
Metzner of Delphos. Robert Gibbs on Thursday
J. COOPER profiling no matter what we gration questions. But civil Funeral services will begin
A boy was born July 1 to scorned the idea that “some-
The Associated Press do on this,” Tucson Police rights groups and some police at 10 a.m. Saturday at the
Doug and Traci Milligan of how it took the command 70
Chief Roberto Villasenor tells officials argue that officers will Holly Springs Baptist Church.
Delphos. days to accept international
PHOENIX — Police officers on the video, which still assume that illegal immi- Burial will be in Rest Haven
A girl was born July 1 help.”
enforcing Arizona’s toughest- was posted online. The record- grants look Hispanic. Memorial Gardens Cemetery
to Abigail Hanna and Dean “That is a myth,” he
in-the-nation immigration law ing demonstrates how officers Arizona’s 460,000 ille- in Arkadelphia, Ark., with
Stegaman of Ottoville. declared, “that has been
are allowed to consider if a should determine when they gal immigrants are almost all the Rev. David Dillard offici-
person speaks poor English, can ask someone for proof they Hispanic. Yet Arizona also has ating. Friends may call from debunked literally hundreds
looks nervous or is traveling in are in the country legally. nearly 2 million Hispanics who LOCAL PRICES 6-8 p.m. today at Benton of times.”
He said 24 foreign vessels
an overcrowded vehicle. Arizona’s law, sparked by are U.S. citizens or legal resi- Funeral Home in Fordyce.
They can even take into anger over a surging popu- dents, about 30 percent of the Corn: $3.37 To sign the online regis- were operating in the Gulf
account whether someone is lation of illegal immigrants state’s population. Wheat: $4.25 ter, visit www.bentonfuneral- before this week. He did not
wearing several layers of cloth- in the border state, generally In the training video, an Beans: $9.69 specifically address the Dutch

Ohio appeals court upholds

ing in a hot climate, or hanging requires officers enforcing expert advises officers to vessels.
out in an area where illegal another law — like speeding ask themselves whether they More than 2,000 boats
immigrants are known to look or jaywalking — to question a would reach the same conclu- have signed up for oil-spill
for work.
But top police officials
person’s immigration status if
there’s a reasonable suspicion
sion about a Hispanic person’s
immigration status if the sub- inmate riot conviction duty under BP’s Vessel of
Opportunity program. The
issued a stern warning to offi- that the person is in the country ject were white or black. company pays boat captains
COLUMBUS (AP) — An a riot leader, allowing other
cers Thursday, telling them in illegally. “If any officer goes into a and their crews a flat fee based
Ohio appeals court has reject- inmates to kill prisoners they
a training video not to consider Under the law, officers are situation with a previous mind- on the size of the vessel, rang-
ed a new trial for an inmate considered snitches.
race or ethnicity and emphasiz- also allowed to consider if a set that one race or one ethnic- ing from $1,200 to $3,000 a
convicted in the deaths of two A judge had rejected
ing that “the entire country is person does not have identifi- ity is not equal to another’s, day, plus a $200 fee for each
prisoners in a 1993 prison Grinnel’s 2008 claim that
watching.” cation or tried to run away. But then they have no business crew member who works an
riot. new evidence proved other
The officials cautioned the stakes for making a mis- being a law enforcement officer eight-hour day.
The 10th District Court inmates opened the doors,
that opponents of the law may take are high: Officers can be in this state,” Arizona Police Rocky Ditcharo, a shrimp
of Appeals in Columbus saying Grinnel waited too
secretly videotape police mak- fired if they start asking ques- Association President Brian dock owner in Buras, La., said
this week turned down the long to make the claim.
ing traffic stops in an effort tions because of a person’s Livingston said in the video. many fishermen hired by BP
request by Timothy Grinnel, The appeals court agreed,
to prove that they are racially race, then lie about it later, the To determine whether the have told him that they often
sentenced to two life terms saying Grinnel knew about
profiling Hispanics. video warns. person is legally in the United park their boats on the shore
following the Lucasville the alleged new evidence
“Without a doubt, we’re “It is also clear that the States, officers dealing with a while they wait for word on
riot. since 2003.
actions of Arizona officers will suspected illegal immigrant are where to go.
Van Wert Cinemas The 49-year-old Grinnel The 11-day riot ended in
never come under this level told to call the Border Patrol, “They just wait because
was accused of opening pris- the deaths of nine inmates
July 2 thru July 8
of scrutiny again,” said Lyle a police officer certified to there’s no direction,” Ditcharo
on doors at the request of and a prison guard.
Mann, executive director of enforce immigration laws or a said. He said he believes BP

Ohio slashes HIV drug program

the state agency that trains federal immigration hotline. has hired many boat captains
police. “Each and every one of They are supposed to ask “to show numbers.”
you will now carry the reputa- federal immigration authori- “But they’re really not
tion for the entire Arizona law ties to come pick up illegal COLUMBUS (AP) — wait list means no one who doing anything,” he added.
All shows before 6 pm
$4.50 - Adults $7.00 enforcement community with immigrants. If the feds refuse, The state is no longer helping is HIV-positive can start He also said he suspects the
Kids & Seniors $4.50 you every day.” officers can arrest immigrants more than 300 Ohioans with receiving assistance unless company is hiring out-of-
The law applies only to a or take them to a federal deten- HIV pay for their drugs, and someone else stops getting work fishermen to placate
VAN-DEL DRIVE IN there’s a new waiting list for the money. them with paychecks.
Friday July 2 - Tuesday July 6 traffic stop, a person who is tion center.
Screen 1-Twilight: New Moon-PG13 detained or an arrest — not The instructional video and the assistance. Officials say the program Chris Mehlig, a fisherman
Twilight: Eclipse-PG13
Fri-Sat-Sun: Twilight will play first when a person flags down an supporting paperwork will be An official with the HIV has been under pressure from from Louisiana’s St. Bernard
Screen 2-The Last Airbender-PG13 officer. Police are not required sent to all 170 Arizona police drug program says cuts the economy. More people Parish, said he is getting eight
Iron Man 2-PG13
Fri-Sat-Sun: How to Train Your Dragon plays first to ask crime victims or wit- agencies. made Thursday were nec- with the virus that causes days of work a month, laying
Screen 3-Toy Story 3-PG nesses about their immigration Police departments will essary because of an Ohio AIDS have been needing down containment boom, run-
Grown Ups-PG13
Fri-Sat-Sun: Bounty Hunter will play first status, and anyone who shows decide the best way to teach Department of Health pro- help because of insurance or ning supplies to other boats or
a valid Arizona driver’s license their forces. There is no require- jection of a $16.4 million job losses. simply being on call dockside
Admission: Fri-Sat: Adults $8 • Kids 5 to 11 $4
Mon-Tues: Adults $7 • Kids 5 to 11 $3.50 is presumed to be in the coun- ment that all 15,000 Arizona deficit. The Ohio AIDS Coalition in case he is needed. “I wish I
Gates Open at 8:30-Showtime at dark try legally. police officers complete the A tighter limit has been hopes the federal govern- had more days than that, but
The law restricts the use of training before the law takes placed on income eligibil- ment will step in with fund- that’s the way things are,” he
ity for the program, and the ing. said.
race, color or national origin as effect July 29.

Workin’ Family LOTTERY

CLEVELAND (AP) — Powerball
These Ohio lotteries were Estimated jackpot: $41
Workin’ Family drawn Thursday: million
Rolling Cash 5
Mega Millions 12-14-16-18-21
Answers to Thursday’s questions:
Estimated jackpot: $25 Estimated jackpot:
Deal million $110,000 India was once plagued by a murderous religious
sect whose members were called thugs. The group
Midday 3 Ten OH
Deal 4-6-8 01-02-11-17-21-23-26-30- was wiped out by the British in the 19th century but
Midday 4 34-38-39-44-50-53-63-66- its name is still used to describe criminals.
1 Large 2 Item Pizza 9-1-3-0 75-77-78-80 Igloo was the name of polar explorer Admiral
Richard Byrd’s dog.
1 Large 2 Item Pizza Pick 3 Ten OH Midday
2 Chef
Chef Salads
Pick 4
Today’s questions:
8-1-9-0 62-65-76-80 Cleopatra used the juice of what salad ingredient to
4 Cheesy Breadsticks preserve her skin?

$19.99 What country boasts the highest per capita con-
$19.99 sumption of cereal in the world?
Answers in Saturday’s Herald.
New Summer Hours! Today’s words:
New Summer Hours! • HAIR
Lacustrine: pertaining to of living in lakes
Wilcweme: satisfied
The Outstanding National Debt as of 9:45 a.m.
today was $13,210,410,018,775.
Hours: The estimated population of the United States is
Mon-Thurs. 8-8
Fri. 8-5
308,667,040, so each citizen’s share of this debt is
Sat. 9-2 Holly Jordan Amy Sarah $42,798.25.
The National Debt has continued to increase an average of $4.17 billion per day since Sept. 28,
662 Elida Ave., Delphos 419-692-9871 or 419-69COLOR 2007. Friday, July 2, 2010 The Herald –3

Plan your picnic with
food safety in mind
From the Allen County to cleanliness, so if you are going somewhere
Health Department that will not have running water, bring water
with you. Even disposable wipes will do.
LIMA – The Fourth of July is nearly upon • Cook and store foods safely
us, and many Americans will celebrate our A food thermometer is the most important
Nation’s birthday by grilling or attending tool that will tell you if your food is thorough-
cookouts. Safe food handling is the key to ly cooked, as color is not a reliable indicator
making your cookout safe and healthy for of doneness. Perishable food should never sit
everyone. If food is not handled correctly, out for more than two hours. Discard any food
food-borne illness can be an unwelcome sou- that has been out too long.
These three tips can help you handle food If you are taking food to an outdoor pic-
correctly: nic, remember these tips:
•Keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold • Don’t travel with the cooler in the trunk;
Meat and poultry products may contain carry it inside the air-conditioned car.
bacteria that cause food-borne illness. They • Keep the cooler in the shade.
must be cooked to destroy these bacteria and • Keep the lid closed and avoid repeated
then kept at temperatures that are either too openings. Use a separate cooler for bever- Photo submitted

hot or too cold for these bacteria to grow.

• Keep everything clean
• Replenish the ice if it melts. The Meadows celebrates Senior Health & Fitness
Bacteria present on raw meat and poultry For more food safety and grilling tips, The Meadows of Kalida celebrated Senior Health & Fitness Day on May 26 with
products can be easily spread to other foods contact USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection these fun activities: corn hole, golf, balloon volleyball and ring toss. Handouts were
by juices dripping from packages, hands, or Service, or call the USDA available. Snacks and refreshments were served. The Meadows of Kalida will host a
utensils. Wash your hands before and after Meat and Poultry Hotline at 1-888-MPHotline Community Hog Roast from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on July 18. Free food, fun and enter-
handling food. Soap and water are essential (1-888-674-6854).

Report: Ohio fails to

tainment for all.

At the movies . . .
stop youth prison gangs Van Wert Cinemas
10709 Lincoln Hwy.
The Last Airbender (PG) 10:25/12:55/3:20/
BY ANDREW “I acknowledge that we The agency started a pro- Van Wert The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (PG-13) 10:15
WELSH-HUGGINS have a way to go and com- gram last September that Toy Story 3 (G) Fri.: 3:00/5:30/8:00; /10:45/11:15/12:40/1:10/1:40/2:10/3:35/4:05/
The Associated Press mit to seeing every initiative tries to reduce gang vio- Sat.-Sun.: 1:00/3:15/6:00/8:15; Mon.-Thurs.: 4:35/5:05/6:30/7:00/7:30/8:00/9:25/9:55/10:2
of the reform through to lence by teaching youth 3:00/5:30/8:00 5/10:55
COLUMBUS — Efforts completion,” DYS director how to deal with drinking Grown Ups (PG-13) Fri.: 3:00/5:00/7:00/ Grown Ups (PG-13) 10:35/1:00/2:25/3:30/
to stop gang violence in Christine Money said in a and drug problems, stay out 9:00; Sat.-Sun.: 1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00/9:00; 7:05/9:40/10:10
Ohio’s youth prisons are statement to The Associated of trouble and control their Mon.-Thurs.: 3:00/5:00/7:00/9:00 Knight and Day (PG-13) 11:25/1:55/4:25/
ineffective and three facili- Press. tempers. Knight and Day (PG-13) Fri.: 3:00/5:30/8:00; 7:15/10:00
ties remain unacceptably Ohio agreed to make Among other issues cited Sat.-Sun.: 1:00/3:15/6:00/8:15; Mon.-Thurs.: Toy Story 3 (G) 11:50/5:00
dangerous places for young widespread changes fol- in the report, an annual 3:00/5:30/8:00 Toy Story 3 in 3D 10:20/12:10/1:45/2:45/4
people, according to a new lowing a 2004 lawsuit that review of Ohio’s progress Twilight: Eclipse: Fri.: 3:00/5:30/8:30; :20/5:20/6:50/9:30
report. uncovered evidence of a in meeting goals of the five- Sat.-Sun.: 1:00/3:30/6:15/8:45; Mon.-Thurs.: The Karate Kid (2010) (PG) 12:15/3:25/6:45/
While the Department culture of violence permeat- year plan: 3:00/5:30/8:30 9:45
of Youth Services has tried ing its seven juvenile cor- — Students housed in The Last Airbender (PG-13) Fri.:
to fix the problem, the rectional facilities, including separate units after being 3:00/5:00/7:00/9:00; Sat.-Sun.: Sunday
agency is also guilty of “a excessive use of force by expelled from the agen- 1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00/9:00; Mon.-Thurs.: The Last Airbender 3D (PG)1:50/4:45/7:10/
widespread and somewhat guards. U.S. District Judge cy’s school system are not 3:00/5:00/7:00/9:00 7:50/9:50/10:20
misguided belief that gang Algenon Marbley approved receiving adequate psychi- The Last Airbender (PG) 12:55/3:20/6:40/
violence may no longer the lawsuit’s settlement on atric care and their families The Van Del Drive-In 9:20
be a significant problem,” May 21, 2008, and set a aren’t regularly invited to 19986 Lincoln Hwy., Middle Point The Twilight Saga: Eclipse new! (PG-13)
the report released late five-year deadline to fix the help with their treatment. 11:15/12:40/1:10/1:40/2:10/3:35/4:05/4:35
Wednesday said. problem. — The quality of men- Friday through Tuesday /5:05/6:30/7:00/7:30/8:00/9:25/9:55/10:25
“The time has come for Since then, the number tal health treatment plans is Screen 1 Grown Ups new! (PG-13) 1:00/2:25/3:30/7
a different approach to gang of young people in DYS inadequate when it comes to Twilight: New Moon (PG-13) :05/7:35/9:40/10:10
violence reduction,” said facilities has continued to identifying problems, mea- Twilight: Eclipse (PG-13) Knight and Day (PG-13) 11:25/1:55/4:25/
Fred Cohen, a juvenile jus- drop, thanks in part to a suring goals and reporting Fri.-Sun. Twilight will play first. 7:15/10:00
tice expert appointed by a decrease in youth crime and on progress. Screen 2 Toy Story 3 (G) 11:50/5:00
federal judge to oversee a an increasing use of coun- — A violence-reduction The Last Airbender (PG-13) Toy Story 3 3D (G)12:10/1:45/2:45/4:20/
five-year plan to improve ty-run facilities that keep program produced marginal Iron Man 2 (PG-13) 5:20/6:50/9:30
conditions at the youth pris- juvenile offenders close to decreases in violence while Fri.-Sun. How to Train Your Dragon will The Karate Kid (2010) (PG) 12:15/3:25/6:45/
ons. home. increasing the number of play first. 9:45
The report also says the The state now has five young people in segregation. Screen 3
rate at which guards injure juvenile detention centers. The agency has since modi- Toy Story 3-G (G) Eastgate Dollar Movies
youths during discipline The report said the Ohio fied the program to reduce Grown Ups (PG-13) 2100 Harding Hwy. Lima
is declining but is still too River Valley center in south- the hours in isolation. Gates open at 7 p.m.; showtime at dark. Friday-Thursday
high, and it appears prison ern Ohio and the Circleville The report praised the The A-Team (PG-13) 1:15/4:00/7:30/
staff don’t have the skills to center have dangerous gang agency for increasing the American Mall Stadium 12 10:00
properly conduct hearings problems. The Indian River amount of training staff are 2830 W. Elm St., Lima Marmaduke (PG) 1:00/3:00/4:50/7:00/9:00
about such discipline. center in Massillon in north- receiving. And Cohen said Friday and Saturay Robin Hood (PG-13) 12:45/3:45/6:45/9:40
The agency says it is east Ohio has gang prob- DYS has made “authentic The Last Airbender 3D (PG) 11:00/1:50/4: How to Train Your Dragon (PG) 12:30/2:45/
making progress but knows lems but to a lesser degree, progress” in changing the 45/7:10/7:50/9:50/10:20 5:00/7:15/9:30

Ohioan accused in wife’s

more can be done. the report said. nature of the agency.
Ruling: Cleveland
Most workers who won jackpot won’t quit teachers needn’t
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drowning seeks acquittal
The Associated Press “We didn’t know if we Shanteau, who’s a regu- LEBANON (AP) — viously argued that the
were going to come in and lar lottery player, won a CLEVELAND (AP) — An Lawyers for an Ohio man 24-year-old Sarah Widmer
CURTICE — A year ago, the gates were going to be $100,000 jackpot about six arbitrator’s ruling means more facing a possible third trial may have had a seizure or
William Shanteau and his closed,” Shanteau said. years ago. than 600 Cleveland public in the 2008 bathtub drown- sudden heart problem that
13 co-workers at a Detroit For now, it seems most The others, who all live school teachers won’t have to ing of his wife say she had led to her drowning at the
auto plant were worried their jobs at the assembly plant are Michigan, have stayed out of reapply for their jobs. a previously undisclosed couple’s home near Mason
jobs could be gone at any secure — not that it matters the spotlight. Thursday’s decision is final. heart condition and are ask- northeast of Cincinnati.
moment. much for the lucky 14 — Both Ohio and Michigan School district CEO Eugene ing a judge for an acquittal. A 2009 guilty verdict
Now they’re all million- after Chrysler announced in are among the highest in Sanders says in a statement Lawyers for Ryan against the 29-year-old
aires after winning a share May it would add about 1,100 unemployment and have been that officials are disappointed Widmer say in a Thursday Ryan Widmer was over-
of last week’s $96.9 million jobs to build the new Grand hurt more than any others with the ruling but remain filing in Warren County turned when a judge deter-
Powerball drawing. Cherokee. by the slumping auto indus- committed to transforming the Common Pleas court that mined there had been juror
Most of the group from Shanteau, 46, showed up try with tens of thousands of school system. Sarah Widmer had indicated misconduct. Widmer’s sec-
the paint shop at a Chrysler two hours late for a news con- jobs last as plants and sup- The district wanted to on a dental record that she ond trial ended last month
plant that makes Jeep Grand ference in his Ohio hometown pliers have cut production or remove teachers at 14 elemen- had been diagnosed with a in a mistrial when jurors
Cherokees still plan to keep Thursday because he had to closed. tary schools and eight high heart murmur as a child. could not reach a unani-
working, Shanteau said work overtime. He drove up Shanteau said he was laid schools and force them to The defense has pre- mous verdict.
Thursday after working a in a new red Corvette and off for about a year in the reapply for their positions. The
12-hour shift.
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POLITICS “No great man lives in vain. The history of the world is but the biography of great men.”
— Thomas Carlyle, Scottish critic and historian (1795-1881)

Concerns rising that economic

recovery is stalling
By CHRISTOPHER today at 8:30 a.m. in China and the European
S. RUGABER A gain of 112,000 in pri- debt crisis, and economists
The Associated Press vate payrolls would signal the are scaling back their fore-
recovery is on track, econo- casts for the U.S.
WASHINGTON — mists said. With added jobs “When you add it all up,
Concerns are rising that the boosting incomes and giving it doesn’t imply a double-
economic rebound is stalling, consumers more money to dip, but it does suggest that
but a strong jobs report today spend, the economy would growth will be slower than
would go a long way toward be able to keep growing even we’d like to see,” said Scott
assuaging those fears. as the impact of government Brown, chief economist at
Conversely, a report show- stimulus programs wanes. Raymond James.
ing private employers failed to Still, a gain of about A double-dip recession
create many jobs in June will 100,000 jobs is barely enough happens when an economy
amplify worries that the recov- to keep up with population shrinks, then begins to expand
ery is weakening and won’t growth. The economy needs again before going back into
be strong enough to put many to create jobs at least at twice reverse.
of the 15 million unemployed that pace to quickly bring Senate Republicans,
Closing in on
back to work anytime soon. down the jobless rate. expressing concerns about
genes that help
“The economy is losing The jobs figures will come the ballooning federal deficit,
some momentum,” said Ryan after a raft of weak reports this week blocked a bill that
us live to 100
One Year Ago Sweet, senior economist at Thursday provided the stron- would have kept unemploy-
• Children in grades K-5 in the Delphos Public Library’s Moody’s “We gest evidence yet that the ment checks going to people
Summer Reading Program participated in Play-Doh and need to see private hiring real- recovery is slowing. The neg- who have been laid off for
WASHINGTON (AP) — ly accelerate.” ative news added to concerns long stretches.
Create-a-Snack. The kids were given cards with objects on The oldest among us seem
them, which they had to create out of Play-Doh while the oth- Analysts forecast that that the nation could be on its More than 1.3 million peo-
to have chosen their parents employers cut a net total of way back into recession. ple have been left without
ers at their table guessed what they were making. After the well. Researchers closing in 110,000 jobs in June, which Most notable was a rise federal jobless benefits after
games, they decorated cookies for a snack. on the impact of family versus would be the nation’s first loss in the number of people fil- Congress adjourned without
lifestyle find most people who of jobs in six months. But that ing for unemployment ben- an extension. That number
25 Years Ago — 1985 live to 100 or older share some figure includes the expected efits for the first time. The could grow to 3.3 million
• Two Delphos residents have entered the Crawford County helpful genes. end of about 240,000 tempo- four-week average for jobless by the end of the month if
Golf Association tournament July 24-26. Local entrants are But don’t give up on diet rary census jobs. claims now stands at its high- lawmakers can’t resolve the
eighth graders Troy Schmersal and Cohn Klausing. Both and exercise just yet. Economists will focus est point since March. impasse when they return.
attend Jefferson Middle School. In an early step to under- more on private employ- The bleak indicators come Among those waiting for
• Leatherwood Garden Club met in the home of Annette standing the pathways that ers, who are forecast to have just after Congress adjourned a resolution is Nan Esparza,
Kahle. Assisting was Mildred Ricker. Vice President Beulah lead to surviving into old added 112,000 positions. for the holiday weekend with- 59, a single mother of three
Montooth conducted the program due to the absence of age, researchers report in That would be the sixth- out extending jobless ben- in Smithfield, N.C., who lost
President Juanita Moore. Esther Jostpille was winner of the Thursday’s online edition straight month of gains and efits. her job as a legal secretary
hostess gift. Next meeting will be hosted by Elizabeth Jones of the journal Science that a an improvement from a weak On top of that, the housing early last year. Her unem-
and Ruth Foulkes when they treat the club with a dinner on study of centenarians found showing of 41,000 in May. market appears to be slump- ployment benefits expired
July 25 at NuMaude’s Restaurant. most had a number of genetic But the unemployment ing again, and the Dow Jones last month. She plans to live
• Four Allen County residents were among 1,800 spring variations in common. rate is forecast to tick up to industrials closed down for off savings.
graduates at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Ky. That doesn’t mean there’s 9.8 percent from 9.7 percent. the sixth trading day in a “After that, I’m in a world
Area graduates are Elizabeth Buddelmeyer, Brian S. Clark, a quick test to determine who The report will be released row. Add in slower growth of trouble,” she said.
will live long and who won’t

War funding splits House, Senate Dems

Pamela S. Palmer and Robert Proctor.
— a healthy lifestyle and other
factors are also significant,
50 Years Ago — 1960 noted the team led by Paola
• Richard R. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Sebastiani and Thomas T.
Thompson of Delphos, attended a three-day Future Farmers By ANDREW TAYLOR they have limited leverage in portive of the Afghanistan
Perls of Boston University. The Associated Press forcing the Senate to accept effort voted against the mea-
of America tri-state leadership training conference in Detroit Nevertheless, Perls said the the more than $20 billion in sure, angered that Democrats
this week. Thompson is the immediate past president of the research might point the way WASHINGTON — A domestic spending add-ons, were using the must-pass
Ohio FFA. to determining who will be House measure blending such as $10 billion in grants legislation to try to advance
• Sponsors of the conference were the Railroad Community vulnerable to specific diseases money for President Barack to school districts to avoid unrelated spending.
Service Committee of Greater Detroit, Michigan Division of sooner, and there may be a Obama’s Afghanistan troop teacher layoffs, $5 billion for “The Democrat majority
the Eastern Railroad Presidents Conference and nine similar possibility, down the road, to surge with last-ditch moves Pell Grants to low-income is treating this troop funding
committees from Indiana and Ohio. help guide therapy for them. by Democrats to salvage their college students and $700 bill like a cash-cow for their
• The three-day conference – attended by 33 boys from The team looked at the faltering jobs agenda faces an million to improve security election-year wish-list,” said
Ohio, Indiana and Michigan – emphasized public speaking genomes of 1,055 Caucasians uphill climb in the Senate. along the U.S.-Mexico bor- Rep. Jerry Lewis, R-Calif.
and public relations as requisites for effective administration born between 1890 and 1910 After long delays, House der. But top Democrats such
of officers’ duties. and compared them with 1,267 Democrats muscled the The White House weighed as Appropriations Committee
people born later. approximately $80 billion in with a veto threat over Chairman David Obey,
75 Years Ago — 1935 By studying genetic mark- measure to passage Thursday $800 million in cuts to edu- D-Wis., and Speaker Nancy
• Walter P. Rosselit has purchased the F.H. King Drug ers the researchers were able night as their final act before cation programs that would Pelosi, D-Calif., insisted on
Store, 235 N. Main St. Rosselit will be assisted in the store by to predict with 77 percent leaving for a weeklong Fourth be used to help pay for the adding the domestic dollars,
Louis Kundert. F.H. King, the retiring proprietor, first entered accuracy which gene groups of July break. But the Senate additional domestic spending viewing the war funding
upon the drug business in Delphos with the firm of Evans and came from people over 100. passed a significantly slimmer under a “pay-as-you-go” cul- bill as their last, best shot
Evans in 1883. “Seventy-seven percent is measure in May and it’ll take ture that the administration at resuscitating their faltering
• In a baseball game played at Converse, the Converse very high accuracy for a genet-
additional weeks to reconcile itself advocates. jobs agenda. The money was
team defeated the Lima Pirates by a score of 4 to 2. Because ic model,” said Sebastiani.
the differences between the The measure is anchored critical to winning support
of rain, the game was called at the close of the sixth inning. “But 23 percent error rate
also shows there is a lot that rival chambers of Congress. by a nearly $60 billion from Democrats frustrated
Carl Imber, playing short for Converse, was the big man of the It’s just the latest discon- Senate-passed measure that over deepening Senate grid-
game as he batted in the four Converse runs. remains to be discovered.”
The centenarians could be nect between the battling blends $30 billion for the lock that has killed, among
• A group of six Delphos Boys participated in a Second House and Senate, which influx of 30,000 troops into other ideas, $24 billion in aid
Class trip. They went to the Ohio Caverns and were fitted into 19 groups with dif-
ferent genetic signatures, they also have been unable to Afghanistan with money for to cash-starved states to help
very much pleased with their trip through the caverns. approve an extension of disaster aid accounts, foreign governors avoid tens of thou-
Those who had passed the necessary tests and were included found. Some genes correlate
longer survival, others delayed unemployment benefits and aid and disability benefits for sands of layoffs.
in the trip were Robert Lindemann, Herman Lehmkuhle, other economic stimulus Vietnam veterans exposed to Defense Secretary Robert
Robert Hummer, Richard Shirack, Robert Bonifas and Forrest the onset of various age-relat-
ed diseases such as dementia. steps. Repeated Senate fili- Agent Orange. Gates has been agitating for
Rahrig. busters are chiefly to blame, The House measure will the war money, requested in
“The signatures show dif-
ferent paths of longevity,” but Democratic leaders in the receive a cold shoulder from February, but the real dead-
Sebastiani said. House and Senate also have Senate Republicans, who line for Congress isn’t until

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR In general, the centenarians

remained in good health longer
disagreed on strategy and tac-
tics, and long-simmering ten-
sions have reached the boil-
would have the votes to fili-
buster it, according to Sen.
Thad Cochran of Mississippi,
its August recess.
Still, the delays in approv-
ing the war funds will mean
The Delphos Herald welcomes letters to the editor. Letters than average, not developing
diseases associated with old ing point. a senior Republican whose the Pentagon will have to
should be no more than 400 words. The newspaper reserves House leaders went ahead support was central to Senate employ burdensome book-
the right to edit content for length, clarity and grammar. Letters age until in their 90s, accord-
ing to the study. with Thursday’s measure passage. keeping maneuvers to main-
concerning private matters will not be published. despite ample evidence that House Republicans sup- tain the war effort.
Failure to supply a full name, home address and daytime Researchers were surprised,
Sebastiani said, that they found
phone number will slow the verification process and delay pub-
lication. little difference between the
centenarians and the control
Democrats use Kagan to sign up voters, raise funds
Letters can be mailed to The Delphos Herald, 405 N. Main
St., Delphos, Ohio 45833, faxed to 419-692-7704 or e-mailed group in genetic variations By JULIE HIRSCHFELD also show that public support to bar Pentagon recruiters
to Authors should clearly state that predispose people to cer- DAVIS for Kagan is overwhelming,” from the campus career ser-
they want the message published as a letter to the editor. Anon- tain illnesses. The Associated Press Brazile writes. vices office over the ban on
ymous letters will not be printed. “We found that what pre- The message came as the openly gay soldiers made her
disposes to a long life is not WASHINGTON — Judiciary panel concluded unfit to be a justice.
lack of disease associated vari- The Democratic Party put nearly a week of hearings on Retired Army Capt. Flagg
ants, but the presence of pro-
Moderately confused
Supreme Court nominee Kagan, who’s on track for Youngblood compared her
tective variants,” she said at a Elena Kagan front and cen- confirmation after a smooth treatment of recruiters to
briefing. ter Thursday on an e-mail performance before senators. racial segregation and said
In addition, 40 percent of appeal to raise funds and sign A vote by the committee is it reflected “a condescen-
“super-centenarians” aged 110 up supporters for President expected within weeks to send sion towards American rule
and over had three specific Barack Obama’s agenda. Kagan’s nomination to the of law.” A vote for Kagan,
genetic variants in common. “Kagan for Justice,” reads full Senate, where Democrats Youngblood said, was “a
Perls cautioned that this is a bumper sticker-style head- have more than enough votes vote to harm the interests of
a very complex genetic puz- line on a website where sup- to confirm her. our military.”
zle and “we’re quite a ways porters are asked to sign their Still, conservative oppo- Kagan defended her
away, still, in understanding names and give their e-mail nents are stepping up their actions during this week’s
what pathways are governed addresses, then taken to a site efforts to get senators to hearings, saying she had tried
by these genes.” where they are asked to donate vote “no.” The National to comply with Harvard’s
“I look at the complexity money to the Democratic Rifle Association said Kagan anti-discrimination policy
of this puzzle and feel very
National Committee. “has repeatedly demon- without jeopardizing the
strongly that this will not lead
Also topping the site is a strated a clear hostility to school’s eligibility for fed-
to treatments that will get peo-
ple to be centenarians,” he said. picture of a smiling Kagan, the fundamental, individ- eral funds under a law that
But it may help in developing who just concluded three ual right to keep and bear required equal access for
a strategy and screenings that days of hearings before the arms guaranteed under the military recruiters. Under her
will help find what treatments Senate Judiciary Committee U.S. Constitution.” In a let- arrangement, recruiters had
will be needed down the road. at which she pledged repeat- ter to senators Thursday, the to work through a student-run
While this study, begun in edly to cast aside any politi- group’s leaders said Kagan’s veterans’ organization.
1995, focused on Caucasians, cal allegiances if confirmed, confirmation vote would be Democrats called Lilly
the researchers said they plan to and decide cases solely on the considered in NRA’s candi- Ledbetter — the central fig-
extend it to other groups, includ- basis of the Constitution and date evaluations. ure in a 2007 Supreme Court
ing studying Japan, which has the law. Republicans argue that decision saying discriminato-
large numbers of elderly. The appeal comes from Kagan would have trouble ry pay actions by companies
“Inheritability of longev- Donna Brazile, one of putting aside her political had to be addressed immedi-
ity has been looked at, so Democrats’ top voter regis- leanings and ruling in an ately, or not at all — to urge
genes do play a role,” said tration officials. impartial way. support for Kagan. Ledbetter
Dr. Kenneth S. Kendler of “The Democratic Party is The GOP called several said the court needs more lib-
the Department of Human and pushing back to ensure that military witnesses Thursday eral justices like Justice Ruth
Molecular Genetics at Virginia this incredible woman gets who said Kagan’s decision as Bader Ginsburg and retiring
Commonwealth University. a fair hearing, but we must dean of Harvard Law School Justice John Paul Stevens. Friday, July 2, 2010 The Herald – 5

Spears earns bachelor’s degree Ohio Northern names recent graduates
Nicole Spears ed a position with Ohio Northern University science in business adminis- active in the men’s indoor
graduated cum laude Delphos City Schools has announced recent gradu- tration degree in accounting. track team and the men’s out-
from Wright State as a first-grade teach- ates from the area. On campus, Korte was door track team.
University on June er. Curt E. Bockey, son of active in the Institute of Metzner is a graduate of
11. She is a 2006 Steve and Joan Bockey of Management Accountants. St. Johns High School.
Fountain Park She received a Jefferson High Delphos, recently graduated Korte is a graduate of Renee M. Trentman,
Van Wert bachelor of science School graduate and with Distinction from the Lincolnview High School. daughter of Roger and Diane
degree in early child- is the daughter of College of Arts and Sciences. Matthew T. Metzner, son Trentman of Fort Jennings,
hood education. Lindell and Susan He received the degree in of Joseph and Barb Metzner of recently graduated from the
CALENDAR OF Spears has accept- Spears Spears. communication arts.
On campus, Bockey was
Delphos, recently graduated with
Distinction from the College of
College of Pharmacy. She
received the coctor of phar-
EVENTS Full-, part-time dean’s active in Lambda Pi Eta com-
munication arts honorary,
Arts and Sciences. He received
the bachelor of arts degree in
macy degree in pharmacy.
On campus, Trentman

lists announced at Rhodes

ONU3-TV, the local com- criminal justice and Spanish. was active in the Academy
TODAY munity cable television chan- On campus, Metzner was of Student Pharmacists, the
1-4 p.m. — Interfaith nel, the campus radio station, active in the ONU Spanish Student Society of Health
Thrift Store is open for shop- The 2010 Spring Quarter been announced. To be WONB, Sigma Theta Epsilon Club and the men’s indoor Systems Pharmacists and
ping. Dean’s List for part- eligible for tlist, a student Christian fraternity and the track team. Delta Zeta social sorority.
time students at Rhodes must be enrolled in at Newman Club. Metzner is a graduate of Trentman is a graduate of
SATURDAY State College has been least twelve credit hours Bockey is a graduate of St. St. Johns High School. Fort Jennings High School.
8 a.m. — Optimist Fourth announced. To be eligible and earn a 3.5 grade point Johns High School. Paul E. Metzner, son of Ohio Northern University
of July Fishing Derby on for this list, a student must average or higher. Erica M. Duling, daugh- Joseph and Barb Metzner of is a leading private, student-
the Miami-Erie Canal from be enrolled in at least six Cloverdale ter of Dennis and Victoria Delphos, recently graduated centered institution that
10th Street north. but not more than eleven Cory Justice Pohlman of Delphos, recent- with Distinction from the blends quality professional
9 a.m.-noon — Interfaith credit hours and earn a Delphos ly graduated with High College of Arts and Sciences programs with the arts and
Thrift Store is open for shop- 3.5 grade point average or Molly Aregood, Distinction from the College at Ohio Northern University. sciences to more than 3,600
ping. higher. S te v e n G o er g e n s , of Pharmacy. She received the He received the bachelor of students in its five colleges:
St. Vincent DePaul Society, Cloverdale Samantha Moore, Gregory doctor of pharmacy degree in arts degree in political sci- Arts & Sciences, Business
located at the east edge of the Michelle Helmke and Odenweller, Alyssa pharmacy. ence. Administration, Engineering,
St. John’s High School park- Jamie Price. Pohlman, Jason Smith and On campus, Duling was On campus, Metzner was Pharmacy and Law.
ing lot, is open. The facil- Delphos Matthew Waldick. active in the campus Pro-Life
ity can also be opened by Brittany Dunahay, Amy Elida organization, the Academy of
appointment by calling John Gossett, Betsy Kunkleman, Jenifer Beebe, Jacob Student Pharmacists, Kappa
Trentman at 419-692-7185. Jennifer Leininger, Amanda Bowers, Jenny Buettner, Epsilon pharmacy fraterni-
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Delphos Postal Museum is
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Moenter, Russell Pohlman
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ASSOCIATION Netherlands-Brazil match
promises pure excitement
McDonald’s Junior Series Holdren 39-41-80, Matt Holt 40-40-
Stiles Lawn & Landscaping 80 and Nathan Smith 40-40-80; 5.
Open - Mary Ciminillo Memorial (tie) Cody Ciminillo 42-39-81, Trevor
Oaks Golf Club/Par 72 Crites 41-40-81 and Evan Wilker
Thursday’s Scores 40-41-81; 6. (tie) Wil Fridley 40-42-
Notes: 98 golfers - many more 82 and Zach Krick 41-41-82; 7. (tie)
were registered but did not show up Tyler Bergman 41-42-83 and Josh
for the rescheduled event. Klaus 41-42-83; 8. Joel Miller 41-43-
BOYS 12-13 84; 9. (tie) Clay Bryan 42-43-85 and By ANDREW DAMPF unbeaten streak. The Dutch be very difficult to win the beat Mexico 1-0 thanks to a goal by
1. Brandon Hernandez (Van Wert) Kyle Karhoff 40-45-85; 10. (tie) Eric The Associated Press feature some of Europe’s top World Cup.” Suarez, who then netted two in a 2-1
victory over South Korea.
40; 2. Xavier Francis (Lima) 40; 3.
Wesley Markward (Ottoville) 40 (In a
Ambos 43-43-86, Trey Billing 40-46-
86, Phillip Gabel 42-44-86, Ian Haidle
stars in Inter Milan playmak- Dunga must make do Uruguay has been forced into
3-way playoff for first, Hernandez wins 44-42-86 and Zach Weber 42-44-86; PORT ELIZABETH, er Wesley Sneijder, Bayern without suspended midfielder a change in defense with Diego
Godin ruled out with a thigh injury.
with a birdie on the first hole. Francis 11. Max Pulfer 40-47-87; 12. Joey South Africa — Not much Munich winger Arjen Robben Ramires, while injuries to But Forlan has recovered sufficiently
takes 2nd place and Markward 3rd);
4. (tie) Alex Britton 41 and Trenton
Motycka 45-43-88; 13. Mike Lawler,
46-43-89; 14. Brey Buetner 43-47-
hype is required when the and Arsenal striker Robin van Elano, Felipe Melo and Julio from a damaged toe and will face the
Ward 41; 5. Westin Young 43; 6. 90; 15. Adam Bornhorst 47-47-94; 5-time champion faces the Persie. Baptista leave the coach with Ghanaians.
Ghana is without suspended
James Ebeling 45; 7. David Jenkins 16. Anthony Schmidt 49-52-101; country that created “total While he still hasn’t scored, few options in midfield. Elano players Jonathan Mensah and
46; 8. Jacob Judy 47; 9. (tie) Zach
Erhart 48 and James Riepenhoff 48;
17. Matthew Waldick 51-51-102; 18.
Dean Bott 56-56-112; 19. Reed Bok
football” in the Brazil playmaker is definitely out because of Andre Ayew but Gyan has recov-
10. Jordan Dodds 50; 11. Ross Pulfer 59-58-117. World Cup quar- Kaka is returning a bruised bone in his right ered from an ankle injury he picked
up in the second-round victory over
56; 12. Aaron Wilker 61; 13. Sam GIRLS 15 & UNDER terfinals. to form and his ankle, while Felipe Melo and the Americans.
Meredith 63; 14. Johnny Rudolph 69;
15. John Cornell 79.
1. Jenna Moots (Lima) 51; 2.
Nicole Joseph (Lima) 53; 3. Sydney
Still, Brazil pinpoint passes Julio Baptista are doubtful. Maradona concerned about
BOYS 14-15 Hooks 60; 4. Megan Scheiwiller 81. coach Dunga made have helped Luis Netherlands midfielder Messi: Argentina coach Diego
Maradona has a big concern: Lionel
1. Austin Goodridge (Lima) GIRLS 16-18 a point of empha- Fabiano rekindle Rafael van der Vaart has Messi’s health. The Barcelona play-
37-39-76; 2. Jordan Bollenbacher
(Rockford) 38-39-77; 3. Brian
1. Emily Crow (Lima) 38-43-81;
2. Abbey Martin 40-43-83; 3. Lesli
sizing just how his scoring touch. returned to full training fol- maker skipped training Thursday
Schatzer 39-38-77 (Bollenbacher Stolly, 45-39-84; 4. Raven Venegas spectacular today’s Also, speedy for- lowing a left calf injury and with what team doctor Donato Villani
said were “cold-like symptoms.” The
defeated Schatzer in a 2-hole play- 41-45-86; 5. Shelby Warner 46-42- match against the ward Robinho has Van Marwijk declared him team downplayed the ailment, how-
off for 2nd place); 4. (tie) Connor
Bornhorst 40-41-81, Jacob Brake
88; 6. Deanna Ray, 43-47-90; 7.
Amanda Sanko 44-47-91; 8. Jordin
Netherlands might given the Selecao fully fit. ever, saying Messi is expected to
40-41-81 and Evan Crites 40-41-81; Moots 50-44-94; 9. Ali Whitney be. an added weapon Stadium venue manager resume full training today.
Bosque sticks by Torres:
5. Tyler Turnwald 42-43-85; 6. Tim 48-48-96; 10. Sarah Scheiwiller Dunga, who was captain again, notching the third goal Archie Charalambous said Spain coach Vicente del Bosque is
Levers 44-45-89; 7. Zachary Jamal
44-47-91; 8. Nate Cellar 45-47-92;
52-51-103; 11. Celeste Shanahan
54-53-107; 12. Elise Wiechart 57-56-
on the Brazil side that beat against Chile. that all 42,286 seats had sticking by Fernando Torres despite
the striker’s poor World Cup form so
9. Connor Mosier 43-50-93; 10. 113; 13. Erin Brady 64-74-138. the Netherlands in 1994 and Even with so many crafty been sold, the first sellout in far as Spain plays Paraguay at Ellis
Jacob Ward 52-48-100; 11. Lucas PEEWEE (Shortened course: 1998, said Thursday that he players on the pitch at once, seven matches at the Nelson Park on Saturday.
Herrmann 47-56-103; 12. Joshua
Dodds 54-50-104; 13. Nathan Myers
200-yard par 5s; 150-yard par 4s
and red tees on part 3s)
would pay to watch the game Netherlands coach Bert van Mandela Bay Stadium. Torres has struggled to estab-
lish himself in South Africa since
53-56-109; 14. Austin Hull 62-51- 1. Joshah Rager (Van Wert) if he didn’t have a free pass Marwijk doesn’t agree with Ghana bids to become first returning from knee surgery in April.
113; 15. Michael Omlor 59-57-116; 32; 2. Jared Hernandez (Van Wert) for the sideline. Dunga’s prediction, practical- African team into semis: Rival Although Fernando Llorente played
16. Zakary Thomas 60-60-120; 17.
Joshua Boes 63-67-130.
40; 3. Jacob Black 48; 4. Collin
Nartker 51; 5. Christian Nartker 52;
“Both sides play an attack- ly pronouncing the death of strikers Diego Forlan and Asamoah well after replacing the Liverpool
Gyan are out to help Uruguay and striker in the 1-0 win over Portugal,
BOYS 16-18 6. Jackson Schaaf, 54; 7. Carter ing game, both feature very “total football” — the famous Ghana end long waits at the World Del Bosque says “our striker is
1. Brandon French (Lima) 35-35- Schaaf 57; 8. Mary Kelly Mulcahy technical players, both know Dutch “clockwork orange” Cup today, although only one will Fernando (Torres).”
70; 2. Landan Stahler (Wapakoneta)
38-37-75; 3. (tie) Kyle Evers 37-39-
59; 9. Erin Mulcahy 60; 10. Keeley
Smith 61; 11. Meghan Mulcahy 62;
how to dribble and take risks, attacking style of quick pass- succeed. Midfielder Javi Martinez could
Uruguay will be chasing its first be unavailable for Spain after injur-
76 and Ben Thieman 39-37-76; 4. 12. Nathan Davisson 64; 13. Jessica and both want to score,” the ing and running off the ball. semifinal appearance for 40 years ing his ankle in training, who will
(tie) Austin Clarkson 39-41-80, Martin Wilker 69. former midfielder explained. The Dutch game reached while Ghana is bidding to make his- also likely be without backup center

“So you can always expect a its apex in the 1970s when tory for Africa as the first from the back Raul Albiol, who continues to
continent to reach the final four. recover from an ankle injury.
great football game. the Netherlands reached con- Gyan’s three goals have helped Senators get behind US World
The Associated Press San Jose 5 3 4 15 14 18
“We all know that in secutive World Cup finals Ghana survive a tough group stage Cup bid: A group of senators is get-
EASTERN CONFERENCE Seattle 4 3 7 15 20 15 the knockout stage all the — losing to Germany and and then beat the United States in ting behind an effort to bring the
the first knockout round to reach World Cup to the U.S. in 2018 or
W D L GF GA Pts Chivas USA 3 1 9 14 20 10 games are open. You can’t Argentina in 1974 and 1978, the last eight. Meanwhile, Forlan 2022.
New York
7 3 2
8 0 5
play defensively because all respectively. has taken advantage of a shrewd The senators, led by New
Toronto FC 5 4 4 16 15 19 Thursday’s Result the players on the pitch are “It was ‘total football’ and I tactical switch by wily coach Oscar York Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand,
Tabarez. planned to send a letter to FIFA
Chicago 4 5 3
Kansas City 3 3 6
Toronto FC 1, Houston 1
Today’s Game
experts.” also remember Brazil’s samba The 1930 and 1950 World Cup president Sepp Blatter this week
New England 3 2 8 13 21 11 New England at Real Salt Lake The winner will face either football, but sport changes winner, Uruguay has a solid defense on behalf of the U.S. bid. The
Philadelphia 3 1 7 14 22 10 Saturday’s Games Uruguay or Ghana in the and football changes also,” and a 3-pronged attacking formation Associated Press obtained a copy
D.C. 3 1 9 10 24 10 Chicago at Columbus with Forlan playing just behind Luis of the letter.
WESTERN CONFERENCE Kansas City at FC Dallas semifinals. Van Marwijk said. “It has to Suarez and Edinson Cavani. The senators say they’re hope-
Los Angeles 10 3 1 22 4 33 D.C. United at San Jose A 2-time runner-up but do with the fact everybody is Tabarez went to that system ful that “Americans will be given
Real Salt Lake 7 3 3
Colorado 6 3 3
Philadelphia at Chivas USA
Sunday’s Games never World Cup cham- getting fitter, better organized after the team labored to a 0-0 draw a chance to display their passion”
with France and the result was two for the sport. And they argue that
FC Dallas 4 6 2 15 12 18 New York at Colorado pion, the Netherlands enters so if you play as you did in strikes by Forlan in a 3-0 victory the U.S. has the infrastructure to
Houston 5 3 7 21 22 18 Seattle FC at Los Angeles on a team-record 23-match former times I think it would

over host South Africa. Uruguay also handle soccer’s premier event.

The Associated Press birdie putt on the last three

Nets, Knicks woo NBA superstar LeBron James
NEWTOWN SQUARE, holes. By TOM WITHERS isfy his ambition of winning a to solidify his legacy. in playoff history and the most
Pa. — Arjun Atwal learned Jamie Farr Owens The Associated Press championship and becoming a James’ decision, which successful coach in NBA history
by almost any measure.
years ago to stop comparing
Corning Classic
SYLVANIA — Na Yeon Choi billionaire. isn’t expected to be announced Los Angeles has made the
himself with Tiger Woods dur- shot a career-best 7-under 64 to CLEVELAND — It’s a The Nets will try to sell him for at least another week, has finals in seven of Jackson’s 10
ing their many practice rounds take a 1-stroke lead over Canadian flirtatious courtship, media Brooklyn — not the bridge but many fans in this city fearing seasons with the club and they’ll
together in Florida. There was
Alena Sharp in the Jamie Farr Owens
Corning Classic. frenzy and global event rolled their next home. The Knicks the worst. After all, this is be among the early favorites to
win it all again in 2011. The
no comparison Thursday in the Choi, the South Korean player into a package unprecedented will entice him with basket- where sports heartbreak has Lakers have surrounded Bryant
opening round of the AT&T who missed her first cut in 2 1/2 years in sports history. ball’s Mecca, Madison Square taken up permanent residence. with a core in its prime and signed
last week in the LPGA Championship,
National. had eight birdies and a bogey at The recruitment Garden, and the bright- Ask anyone from Cleveland to long-term contracts.
of LeBron James, the est lights. to recite the local teams’ mis- Bucks agree to deal with
Atwal ran off three straight Highland Meadows and needed just
Gooden: Everyone who thought
birdies early in his round at 26 putts — after changing putters
this week.
NBA’s 2-time reigning The Chicago Bulls ery since the Browns won the the Milwaukee Bucks would be
Aronimink Golf Club and Marisa Baena, playing even MVP and player for the can offer a talented NFL title in 1964 and they’ll among the most active teams on
wound up in a 4-way tie for the though she says she has officially ages, has become an roster and the chance roll their eyes before rattling the first day of NBA free agency,
lead at 4-under 66 on a gorgeous retired from competitive golf, was
at 66 along with Christina Kim and
international soap opera to walk in Michael off nicknames given to the please raise your hands.
The Bucks made a surprising
day in the Philadelphia suburbs. Switzerland’s Karine Icher. featuring private jets, Jordan’s footsteps. The most gut-wrenching losses early splash Thursday, agreeing
Woods let a decent round get French Open closed-door meetings Miami Heat are count- by the Indians, Browns and in principle to a 5-year, $32 mil-
away from him with an awful VERSAILLES, France
Dutchman Robert-Jan Derksen shot
— and rumors that seem- ing on South Beach, a Cavaliers. lion deal with free-agent forward
finish and shot 73 to finish near an 8-under 63 at Le Golf National ingly change by the favorable income tax Losing James might top Drew Gooden.
Agent Stu Lash told The
the bottom of the pack. to take a 3-shot lead in the French second. It’s battling the climate and the pos- them all. Cleveland also stands Associated Press that Gooden
Joining Atwal atop the lead- Open.
Defending champion Martin World Cup, Wimbledon sibility of teaming up to lose tens of millions of dol- agreed to sign with the Bucks for
erboard were Joe Ogilvie, Nick Kaymer of Germany, Spain’s Alejandro and the oil spill for with fellow free agent lars from its already-ravaged the mid-level exception. Gooden
Watson and Jason Day. Canizares and France’s Jean Van de headlines and its con- Dwyane Wade to lure economy by one estimate if is represented by Lash and Dan
Fegan of Lagardere-Unlimited.
Woods, the winner last year
Velde opened with 66s. The event
features four of the top 10 players in clusion may not only alter the him from Ohio’s snow. James decides to skip town. In The eight-year pro has played
at Congressional in Bethesda, the world. No. 10 Rory McIlroy had a league’s balance or power but The Los Angeles Clippers larger markets like New York for eight teams, including the
Md., had a bogey, a double 68, No. 3 Lee Westwood and No. 7 also mean tens of millions of can offer Hollywood and the or Chicago, he could bring in Clippers and Mavericks last sea-
Luke Donald shot 70s, and No. 8 Ian
bogey and a missed 5-foot Poulter had a 72. dollars more in revenues for chance to do the unthinkable: hundreds of millions of dol- son. He has averaged 11.9 points

and 7.9 rebounds per game but
the winning city. make them a winner. lars to businesses. hasn’t managed to stick anywhere.
All hail the King. Or at And then there’s the Cavs, Jackson returning to coach Gay gets a big contract:
least make him an offer. his team for the past seven Lakers next season: After just While James listened to reasons
American League Atlanta 46 33 .582 — On Thursday, James seasons, who can only hope one relaxing week in Montana, why he should leave his team,
All Times EDT New York 44 35 .557 2 became the most celebrated that his head makes his heart Los Angeles Lakers coach Phil Rudy Gay was given a huge rea-
By The Associated Press Philadelphia 41 36 .532 4 Jackson decided he can han- son to stay.
East Division Florida 37 41 .474 8 1/2 free agent of our time, touch- stay close to his Akron home. dle another season of the NBA The first big deal of the free
New York
48 30 .615
Pct GB

Washington 35 45 .438 11 1/2
Central Division
ing off a multimillion-dollar Cleveland can offer James, grind. agency period went to Gay, who
Boston 47 32 .595 1 1/2 W L Pct GB bidding war that began with who was already a national The 2-time defending cham- agreed to a 5-year deal with the
Tampa Bay 46 32 .590 2 Cincinnati 45 35 .563 — the New Jersey Nets, led by figure before he graduated pions locked up their most Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday
that will pay him more than $80
important free agent of the sum-
40 40 .500
24 54 .308 24
9 St. Louis 43 36 .544
Milwaukee 36 43 .456
1 1/2
8 1/2 billionaire Russian owner from St. Vincent-St. Mary mer Thursday when Jackson million, according to a person
Central Division Chicago 34 45 .430 10 1/2 Mikhail Prokhorov and rap High School, $30 million announced he’ll return next sea- with knowledge of the negotia-
43 36 .544
Pct GB

Houston 32 48 .400
Pittsburgh 28 51 .354 16 1/2
13 mogul Jay-Z. They were more than any other team, son, putting off retirement for at tions.
Detroit 41 36 .532 1 West Division followed by the New York thanks to the NBA players’ least another year to chase his While not on the top level
12th NBA title. of players available, Gay was
Chicago 40 37 .519
Kansas City 34 45 .430
San Diego 46 33 .582
Pct GB

Knicks making presentations collective bargaining agree- Jackson said last week he expected to draw interest from a
Cleveland 31 47 .397 11 1/2 Los Angeles 43 35 .551 2 1/2 to the 25-year-old superstar, ment. was worn out and leaning toward number of teams. He canceled a
West Division Colorado 42 37 .532 4 who must decide if it’s time to Money, though, is not all retirement after the Lakers’ third planned visit to Minnesota when
47 31 .603
Pct GB

San Franc. 40 38 .513
Arizona 31 48 .392
5 1/2
15 leave home. the 6-8, 260-pound player straight long season culminating the Grizzlies stepped forward
in the NBA finals. He changed with their offer.
Los Angeles 45 36 .556 3 1/2 —— In the next few days, at least wants. He’s after titles, lots his mind after a week of rest and Darko Milicic — drafted right
39 41 .488
33 45 .423 14
9 Thursday’s Games
Cincinnati 3, Chic. Cubs 2, 10 innings
six teams, including the senti- of them. health evaluation at his offseason after James with the No. 2 pick
——— Washington 2, N.Y. Mets 1 mental hometown favorites, While he has led the Cavs home, signing up for the unprec- in the 2003 draft — agreed to a
Thursday’s Games
Cleveland 6, Toronto 1
Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 2
Milwaukee 4, St. Louis 1
the Cleveland Cavaliers, will through their most success- edented chance to win three con- 4-year deal with the Timberwolves.
secutive NBA championships for It includes about $16 million in
N.Y. Yankees 4, Seattle 2 Colorado 7, San Francisco 3 have audiences with James ful stretch in team history, the fourth time in his career. guaranteed money, despite what’s
Oakland 8, Baltimore 1 Houston 6, San Diego 3, 10 innings and try to convince him that James has come up short in Jackson, who will turn 65 later been a disappointing career for
Tampa Bay 5, Minnesota 4, 10 innings Friday’s Games
he should join them to sat- his pursuit of a championship this year, is the winningest coach the center from Serbia.

S.Williams to face Zvonareva in Wimbledon final

L.A. Angels 2, Texas 1 Cincinnati (Arroyo 7-4) at Chicago Cubs
Friday’s Games (Dempster 6-6), 2:20 p.m.
Toronto (Cecil 7-5) at N.Y. Yankees N.Y. Mets (Niese 5-2) at Washington
(A.J.Burnett 6-7), 1:05 p.m. (Atilano 6-4), 7:05 p.m.
Oakland (G.Gonzalez 6-5) at Cleveland Philadelphia (Moyer 9-6) at Pittsburgh
(Talbot 8-6), 7:05 p.m. (Ohlendorf 0-6), 7:05 p.m.
Seattle (Fister 3-3) at Detroit (Scherzer Florida (Jo.Johnson 8-3) at Atlanta By HOWARD FENDRICH American has won all 12 sets past the second round in 18 went to the net.
4-6), 7:05 p.m.
Baltimore (Bergesen 3-4) at Boston
(Medlen 5-1), 7:35 p.m.
San Francisco (Lincecum 8-3) at
The Associated Press she’s played this fortnight, set previous Grand Slam appear- Zvonareva’s on quite a
(Wakefield 2-6), 7:10 p.m. Colorado (J.Chacin 4-7), 8:10 p.m. a Wimbledon record with 80 ances and she hasn’t been a run, including getting past for-
Chicago White Sox (F.Garcia 8-3) at Milwaukee (Narveson 7-4) at St. Louis WIMBLEDON, England aces in the tournament and finalist at any tour event. But mer No. 1s Jelena Jankovic
Texas (C.Lewis 7-5), 8:05 p.m. (J.Garcia 7-4), 8:15 p.m.
Tampa Bay (Price 11-3) at Minnesota L.A. Dodgers (Kuroda 7-5) at Arizona — After defending champi- reached a third consecutive she didn’t show nerves early and Kim Clijsters. Plus, she
(S.Baker 6-7), 8:10 p.m. (E.Jackson 5-6), 9:40 p.m. on Serena Williams moved final at the All England Club on, breaking Zvonareva’s already owns one victory this
Kansas City (Davies 4-6) at L.A. Angels
(J.Saunders 6-8), 10:05 p.m.
Houston (Oswalt 5-10) at San Diego
(Latos 8-4), 10:05 p.m. within a victory of her fourth by beating Petra Kvitova of serve to lead 4-2. week over Williams — over
Saturday’s Games Saturday’s Games Wimbledon championship and the Czech Republic 7-6 (5), Throughout the first both, actually — by teaming
Toronto (R.Romero 6-4) at N.Y.
Yankees (Pettitte 9-2), 1:05 p.m.
Cincinnati (Cueto 8-2) at Chicago Cubs
(R.Wells 3-6), 1:05 p.m.
13th Grand Slam title over- 6-2 Thursday. set, Pironkova successfully with Elena Vesnina to elimi-
Tampa Bay (W.Davis 5-9) at Minnesota Florida (Ani.Sanchez 7-4) at Atlanta all, she was asked to assess The 21st-ranked Zvonareva employed the same formula she nate the top-seeded sisters in
(Liriano 6-6), 4:10 p.m. (Hanson 7-5), 4:10 p.m. the woman she’ll face in eliminated Tsvetana Pironkova used to upset Venus Williams the doubles quarterfinals.
Oakland (Braden 4-7) at Cleveland N.Y. Mets (Dickey 6-1) at Washington
(Westbrook 5-4), 7:05 p.m. (Strasburg 2-2), 4:10 p.m. Saturday’s final, little-known of Bulgaria 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 in and 2007 Wimbledon runner- Serena had a brief early
Seattle (J.Vargas 6-3) at Detroit Milwaukee (M.Parra 2-5) at St. Louis Vera Zvonareva of Russia. Thursday’s other semifinal. up Marion Bartoli: mixing deficit against the left-handed
(Verlander 9-5), 7:05 p.m.
Baltimore (Guthrie 3-9) at Boston
(Carpenter 9-1), 6:35 p.m.
Philadelphia (K.Kendrick 4-3) at “I don’t think she does any- She is the second-lowest- speeds and limiting her mis- Kvitova, a 20-year-old with
(Lester 9-3), 7:10 p.m. Pittsburgh (Maholm 5-6), 7:05 p.m. thing terrible. I think that’s ranked woman to reach a takes. braces and a go-for-broke atti-
Chicago White Sox (Danks 7-6) at
Texas (Tom.Hunter 4-0), 8:05 p.m.
San Francisco (Zito 7-4) at Colorado
(Jimenez 14-1), 8:10 p.m.
the best way to describe her Wimbledon final, had never It took 59 minutes for tude.
Kansas City (Chen 4-2) at L.A. Angels Houston (Norris 2-5) at San Diego game,” Williams said. “She gotten past the fourth round Zvonareva to earn a break Kvitova went ahead 3-2 by
(E.Santana 8-5), 9:05 p.m. (Correia 5-6), 8:35 p.m. does everything good.” here and will be playing in a point, which she did in the breaking Williams’ serve, then
Sunday’s Games L.A. Dodgers (Kershaw 7-4) at Arizona
Oakland (Mazzaro 3-2) at Cleveland (R.Lopez 4-6), 9:40 p.m. That’s a fair, if not nec- title match for the first time in second set’s sixth game by held to 4-2. But Williams broke
(Carmona 7-6), 1:05 p.m. Sunday’s Games essarily charitable, scouting 30 Grand Slam tournaments. returning a 117-mph serve, back to 4-all when Kvitova
Seattle (Cl.Lee 7-3) at Detroit
(Bonderman 4-5), 1:05 p.m.
Florida (Nolasco 7-6) at Atlanta
(T.Hudson 8-3), 1:35 p.m. report. Minutes later came a Pironkova’s match against then watching Pironkova missed a forehand. Then, at
Toronto (Morrow 5-6) at N.Y. Yankees N.Y. Mets (Takahashi 6-3) at follow-up: Is there anything Zvonareva began with doz- put a backhand into the net. 6-3 in the tiebreaker, the far-
(P.Hughes 10-2), 1:05 p.m.
Baltimore (Matusz 2-9) at Boston
Washington (Stammen 2-2), 1:35 p.m.
Philadelphia (Blanton 3-5) at Pittsburgh
Williams herself does “ter- ens of empty green seats in Zvonareva’s groundstroke more-experienced Williams
(Lackey 9-3), 1:35 p.m. (Karstens 2-3), 1:35 p.m. rible” in tennis or in life? the stands, perhaps because winner made it 4-2 and she held three set points — and let
Tampa Bay (J.Shields 6-8) at Minnesota Milwaukee (Gallardo 8-3) at St. Louis She hemmed and hawed, of the lunchtime start — or shook her fist. the first two slip away. On the
(Blackburn 7-5), 2:10 p.m. (Wainwright 11-5), 2:15 p.m.
Chicago White Sox (Buehrle 6-7) at Cincinnati (Leake 5-1) at Chicago Cubs then replied, “I don’t know. the low-wattage names on the Zvonareva took 10 of the third, Williams hit a service
Texas (Feldman 5-7), 8:05 p.m. (Lilly 3-6), 2:20 p.m. That’s a good question. I’m marquee. last 13 games. After producing winner at 115 mph.
Kansas City (Lerew 1-1) at L.A. Angels
(Pineiro 8-6), 8:15 p.m.
San Francisco (Cain 6-7) at Colorado
(Hammel 6-3), 3:10 p.m. stumped.” Still, the tennis was enter- eight winners in the first set, Williams hit seven aces,
——— Houston (Myers 5-6) at San Diego It’s difficult to find any taining, with both women she totaled 23 the rest of the reached 119 mph, and didn’t
National League
East Division
(LeBlanc 4-6), 4:05 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers (Billingsley 6-4) at Arizona
flaws in Williams’ play pounding shots. match. In all, Zvonareva won face a break point in the sec-
W L Pct GB (Haren 7-6), 4:10 p.m. right now. The No. 1-ranked Pironkova never made it 29 of the 35 points when she ond set.
Friday, July 2, 2010 The Herald —7

John Wooden, a faithful man

As the decades passed, the coach got used player and as a coach. Savior. Until that is done, we are on an aimless
to hearing people call him a hero, an icon and TERRY MATTINGLY Many Americans also learned poignant course that runs in circles and goes nowhere.”
even a saint -- even though he reminded them details about the marriage of Nellie and John In the 1990 interview, the coach stressed
that only God knows the truth about any man.
It was common to see the former English On Wooden, including his ritual of writing a love
letter to her on the 21st of every month af-
that sports are important and can be used to
build character. However, sports can also “tear
teacher reading the classics.
But he also read his Bible daily and rarely
missed church, so some friends called him
Religion ter her death, producing stacks of envelopes
wrapped in ribbons on her pillow.
Wooden’s favorite Scripture passage was 1
down character” if twisted into a win-at-all-
costs brand of faith.
Sports are like politics, business, the arts
“Reverend.” That was probably for the best, Corinthians 13, and it guided his relationships and organized religion, he said. All of these
since he disliked his other nickname -- “the with his wife, family and players. That chapter callings require people to make hard decisions,
Wizard of Westwood.” you to be perfect. But we’re not perfect. We’re ends with these famous words: “So now faith, and people are free to make good choices and
John Wooden’s own list of heroes was short all fallible, flawed people. That’s the reality of hope and love abide, these three; but the great- bad choices. People are also free to admire
and symbolic. At the top was his father, Josh- life.” est of these is love.” and follow bad leaders, as well as good ones.
ua, followed by President Abraham Lincoln. Wooden had planned to come to Denver When working with secular audiences, “You see, the truth is somewhere in be-
Among those who lived during his 99 years of and take part in an event he rarely missed, the Wooden used a nondenominational approach tween. It’s wrong to turn people into idols. But
life, he greatly admired the selfless service and Fellowship of Christian Athletes breakfast at to life’s great lessons -- which led to his fa- it’s also wrong to lose hope, to believe that we
deep faith of Mother Teresa. the Final Four. However, he decided it was too mous “Pyramid of Success” image, built on can’t find good examples to inspire us,” said
It’s hard to find heroes in a world wracked soon to return to a setting he had always shared common virtues such as “skill,” “enthusiasm,” Wooden. “We need role models. ... Maybe
by scandals, corruption, infidelity and greed, with Nellie, his wife of 53 years, who died on “industriousness,” “patience” and “faith.” For- role models are getting harder to find, these
Wooden once told me, during a 1990 tele- March 21, 1985. He was still grieving. mer players also learned to recite his folksy days. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t any
phone conversation just before the NCAA After the coach’s death on June 4, waves sayings, such as “Be quick, but don’t hurry” worth finding.”
men’s basketball tournament ended in Denver. of media tributes focused on his stunning fi- and “It is what we learn after we know it all
But these painful realities only raise the stakes nal years at UCLA -- when his teams won 335 that really counts.” (Terry Mattingly is director of the Wash-
for people whose callings can lead to fame. games and lost 22, while winning 10 NCAA But Wooden shared other sayings, when the ington Journalism Center at the Council for
“When anyone is in a profession that is championships in 12 years. But Wooden was time was right, including this one: “Basketball Christian Colleges and Universities and leads
constantly putting them in the public eye, then also an outstanding student at Purdue Uni- is not the ultimate. It is of small importance in the project to study religion
they have to feel that they have a unique re- versity and the first three-time consensus All- comparison to the total life we live. There is and the news.)
sponsibility,” he said. On the other side of this American in history. He was the first person only one kind of life that truly wins, and that
tricky equation, he added, some “people want enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame as a is the one that places faith in the hands of the Copyright 2010, United Feature Syndicate

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Prayer, Bible Study; 7:00 p.m. Adult 135 N. Water St., Ft. Jennings
TRINITY UNITED Rev. Joe Przybysz
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Phone: 419-286-2132
211 E. Third St., Delphos Corner of Fourth & Main, Spencerville Choir. Mass schedule: Saturday 5 p.m.;
Phone 419-647-5321 13887 Jennings Rd., Van Wert
Rev. David Howell, Pastor Sunday 7:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.
Week of July 4, 2010 Rev. Jan Johnson, Pastor
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday School;
Van WErt County Ph. 419-238-0333
Children’s Storyline: 419-238-2201
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Communion; 9:30 a.m. Church School; 10:30 a.m. Worship service. CALVARY EVANGELICAL CHURCH ST. MICHAEL CHURCH
Pastor Steven A. Robinson Kalida
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Spencerville Rev. Clark Williman. Pastor Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. Word of Life Masses.
Summer Office Hours; 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 Rev. Ron Shifley, Pastor Sunday, July 4th Student Ministries; 6:45 p.m. AWANA;
p.m. Summer Speech Therapy; 6:00 p.m. Weekdays: Masses on Mon., Tues.,
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student pressure. The many theories of this phenomenon do
little to solve the problem of what this is and what can be
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Man wants his Tomorrow’s


wife, dogs back By Bernice Bede Osol

Saturday, July 3, 2010
A number of opportunities to
improve your material position may
Dear Annie: My wife of wife) and reach an agree- present themselves in the year ahead.
18 years left me. The day ment about what is fair. However, it will be up to you to take
started out like any other. I Dear Annie: I read the advantage of them without trying
got dressed for work, gave letter from “Elaine from to bring a sidekick into the picture.
Stand on your own two feet.
her a kiss on the lips and California,” who said she CANCER (June 21-July 22) - Be
told her, “I love you. See was inspired by another let- careful you aren’t paying too high a
you later.” She said, “Love ter in your column about a price to get what you think you want
from another. Consider all the rami-
you, too.” When I got home, woman who couldn’t stay
I discovered that she had sober. She asked if she was
fications to be sure your objective is
worth what it will end up costing you.
taken all of her things, plus too old to change, and her LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Instead
of adhering to some old methods or
a few of mine and both of counselor replied, “Is your routines to do a job that doesn’t al-
our dogs. She didn’t give heart still beating?” ways turn out well, consider using
a reason. She only left a Her story hit me right some new techniques or equipment
you’ve heard about. You’ll be glad
short note saying, “I have to in my middle. I am 67. I you did.
get away. I can’t take any- have had three back surger- VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - If
more.” ies and will always you feel someone is trying to pull
something over on you, don’t hesitate
She has been have physical to ask probing questions or check out
gone almost a limitations. I also what needs verification. Get all the
week, and I haven’t live with chronic facts, figures and accounting first.
heard a word. I depression and LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
Bring out into the open what is dis-
know she was a am overweight. It turbing you, because your associates
bit depressed after seems like I have will recognize something wrong is
a co-worker acci- struggled with one occurring, and are not likely to move
forward with you as the situation BEETLE BAILEY
dentally totaled or all of these con- stands. Clear the air and you’ll clear
her car. We work ditions my entire the way.
in the same office life. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -
Don’t think you can rely on others to
and were around As I get older, I protect your interests or position, be-
each other 24/7. am more and more cause they’ll have their own agenda.
We did everything weary. I have a You will have to stay on top of things
together. We had Annie’s Mailbox psychiatrist, a ther- and guard your own fort.
arguments like apist, a good back 21) - Although you are likely to be
any other married couple, doctor and the best prima- lucky in a number of ways, this won’t
necessarily include your material af-
but I didn’t think any of ry care doctor. And I have fairs. Fortunate happenings will occur
them were serious. The last asked each of them whether with things of much greater value.
one was two weeks ago, but there is any use in thinking I CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
we made up, and I thought can improve my condition. - It wouldn’t be wise to begin a proj-
ect that you know you wouldn’t have
we both had gotten over it. They all gave me positive enough time to complete. Wait until
This would be easier to answers, but “Elaine’s” letter you have two or three days in a row SNUFFY SMITH
deal with if I didn’t still rang a new bell. Even when to work on it.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
love her with all my heart. I some parts are broken, there - Be extremely careful about whom
can’t sleep or eat. I wish she are parts that still work. you choose to discuss a confidential
would call and talk to me so Here is one of matter with, because the wrong per-
son might run and disclose it to the
we could work this out. If it my favorite quotes for lift- very party from whom you’re trying
means going to a marriage ing the spirits, from Leonard to screen it.
counselor, I’ll do it. I’ll do Cohen: PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -
There are some indications that your
anything to get her back. Ring the bells financial affairs could be in more
Please help. -- Depressed that still can ring. trouble than you think, but if you stop
and Confused in Colorado Forget your per- now and find a way to take care of
things, you should be able to survive
Dear Colorado: Too fect offering. the onslaught.
much togetherness can be There is a crack ARIES (March 21-April 19)
suffocating -- small problems in everything, - As long as you and your mate are
are magnified, and things That’s how the light in complete agreement regarding an
that might be overlooked gets in. -- Ellen in Florida
objective, all will go well. If one has HAGAR THE HORRIBLE
a different idea about how something
become intolerable because should be done, things will have to be
there is no perspective. We Annie’s Mailbox is writ- worked out.
also suspect you may have ten by Kathy Mitchell and
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - If
you have to deal with someone with
been somewhat oblivious Marcy Sugar, longtime edi- whom you’ve experienced some dif-
to your wife’s unhappiness. tors of the Ann Landers ferences in the past, don’t let it influ-
Right now, she needs a little column. Please e-mail your
ence your thinking now. Keep a clear
head throughout the encounter.
space. If she contacts you, questions to anniesmail- GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
offer to go for counseling. If, or write - Maintain an insulated distance
she doesn’t, ask a relative, to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o concerning your personal affairs
and those of your friends. If anyone
mutual friend or co-worker Creators Syndicate, 5777 W. should start to poke his/her nose into
to intercede on your behalf Century Blvd., Ste. 700, Los the other’s business, it’ll be consid-
so you can see whether the Angeles, CA 90045 ered an intrusion.
relationship can be mended.
Dear Annie: We are try- BORN LOSER
ing to buy our dad a birthday
present. He has four chil-
dren, all adults, but only one
is married.
Here is the dilemma: The
gift we have in mind will
cost $300. Does each adult
pay the same amount, or are
my married brother and his
wife considered one? Please
tell us the fairest way to
split the costs. -- Baffled in
Dear Baffled: There is no FRANK & ERNEST
definitive rule. In some fam-
ilies, the cost is split accord-
ing to employment -- those
with full-time jobs pay a full
share, those with part-time
jobs pay half, and those who
are unemployed contribute
what they can. The best way
to do this without rancor
is to hold a sibling meet-
ing (include your brother’s
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