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Upfront Mayors kick off
festival, Prine Little
High school sets
registration

Miss Marbletown
Jefferson High School
students will pick up
schedules, pay fees and
turn in completed registra-
tion forms Aug. 9-12.
School pictures will BY NANCY SPENCER
be taken Aug. 10-12 for The Delphos Herald
all underclassmen dur- nspencer@delphosherald.com
ing registration hours.
The schedule DELPHOS - Susie
is as follows: Teman was again sworn in
Seniors — 8-11 a.m. and as Marbletown mayor by
12:30-2:30 p.m. Monday Delphos Mayor Michael
Juniors — 8-11 a.m. and Gallmeier Friday evening at
12:30-2:30 p.m. Tuesday Delphos Wesleyan Church Mike Ford photo
Sophomores — 8-11 prior to the second annual Delphos Police Department Officer Tyler Paugh hands
a.m. and 12:30-2:30 Little Miss Marbletown out coupons for a free desert at an area restaurant Thursday.
p.m. Wednesday Pageant. The Allen County Regional Planning Commission con-
Freshman — 8-11 Teman campaigned this ducted a traffic study in recent years to survey if residents
a.m. and 12:30-2:30 summer and raised more than wear safety belts. Officers spent an hour at two intersec-
p.m. Thursday $600 or 600 votes to defeat
tions, including Paugh’s efforts near Fifth Street and Fort
Students new to the dis- challenger Chris Boop, who

Buckling up
raised $60. Jennings Road.
trict will register on Aug.
13. Call 419-695-1786 to Mayor Teman swore to
set up an appointment. support the benefits of turtle
and frog legs and to “never
St. John’s High let anyone tell her she was

can be sweet
full of bologna; she was full
School sets of Marbletown Steak.”
Teman also helped pass
registration out awards at the pageant
and presented first-runner
St. John High School up Kambryn Rohr, 7, with BY MIKE FORD cent wearing the harness.
Nancy Spencer photos
will hold registra- her sash and flowers before The Delphos Herald At Main and Suthoff
2009 Little Miss Marbletown Madi Brantley, left, mford@delphosherald.com
tion Aug. 17 and 18. 2009 Little Marbletown streets, 64 percent was the
crowns 2010 Little Miss Marbletown Noelle Prine. June 2008 number. It dove
The schedule Madi Brantley crowned her
is as follows: successor, 2010 Little Miss Judges were Caitlin Eyth, Moe’s Dug Out 2; 1:30 p.m., DELPHOS — While the to just 49 percent in June of
— Seniors register Marbletown Noelle Prine, 4, Delphos; Kim Sammons, Marbletown Parade (line- annual Lincoln Highway last year and jumped to 70.4
Dayton; and Judy Hughes, up at 12:30 p.m. at South By-way Yard Sale has percent last September. The
from 8-11 a.m. Aug. 17; daughter of Butch and Stacy
increased local traffic, espe-
— Juniors register Prine. Lima. Emcee was Tiffany Main and Clime streets; 2:30 statistic at that intersection in
Brantley. p.m., corn hole tournament cially on Fifth Street, many June was 65.7 percent.
from 1-3 p.m. Aug. 17; Eight contestants in all have been rewarded by local
— Sophomores register vied for the crown. Other Events today include the and magic show at Garfield Smith said the state has set
from 9-11 a.m. Aug. 18; and contenders were, Mercedes 5K at 8 a.m. (7 a.m. registra- Park; 3-5 p.m., Deuces Wild police officers. pretty high goals for seat belt
tion at St. John’s Annex); at Garfield Park shelterhouse; Delphos Police Department usage.
— Freshmen Orientation Wallace, 4, Ariel Wallace, 50/50 drawing after band; has teamed up with the Allen
will be held at 1 p.m. Aug. 4, Abigail Koester, 6, Anna Marble Cake Bake-off at 9 and 6 p.m. gospel concert at “The State of Ohio has
County Regional Planning set a seat belt use goal of
18 in the Robert A. Arnzen Spring, 6, Jayda Rader, 7, and a.m. (8 a.m. registration); Delphos Wesleyan Church.
Commission to reward driv- 81percent. To see how Ohio
Gymnasium. Incoming Nautica Rader, 4. 10-11:30 a.m., children’s There will also be a craft ers caught wearing safety is doing, observational seat
freshmen will register, Prine will have the honor activities and chalk art con- show and clowns at Garfield
belts. The reason behind the belt surveys are conducted
test; 11 a.m., vendors at Park all day and fire truck
receive their schedules, pick of riding in the parade as well “positive citation” campaign twice every year at 19 inter-
as helping with other activi- Garfield Park; 11 a.m. until rides from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
up their rental books and relates to a traffic study of
sections across Allen County.
ties during the festival. sold out, chicken dinners at for $1 at the park. several intersections, includ-
purchase workbooks and Based on June observational
supplies at the book store. ing Fifth Street and Fort
surveys, the county-wide use
Shorts and blue jeans Jennings Road.
Safety Service Director rate was 73.9 percent, well
are not acceptable for below the statewide goal,”
Freshmen Orientation. Greg Berquist said the study
found a need to promote seat she said. “Observational sur-
St. John’s does not pro- veys will again be made in
vide any type of accident belt-wearing in Delphos.
“They did the study a cou- September and submitted to
insurance for students and Miami University for an in-
ple years ago at Fifth Street
athletes. Contact the rec- depth evaluation.”
and Fort Jennings Road
tory to purchase basic and Main and Suthoff and She summarized some of
accident insurance. Delphos didn’t do too bad,” the county’s other stats:

Middle school to he said. “So, they’re hand- “The intersections with the
ing out coupons for free ice highest June 2010 use rates,
hold registration cream cones to anyone they
see wearing their seat belt.”
included the off ramps at US
30 at SR 309 and I-75 at
The Jefferson Middle Associate Planner Evelyn SR 696, reporting rates of
Smith released the commis- 92.5 percent and 89.7 per-
School has announced
sion’s statistics Friday. In cent respectively. Of concern,
registration dates for the were several sites in Allen
2010-11 school year. June 2008, 64.5 percent of
those observed at Fifth St. County demonstrating low
To facilitate effi- seat belt use rates. The two
and S.R. 190 were wearing
ciency in this task, stu- their seat belts. The percent- intersections reporting the
dents are asked to follow age jumped to 73.8 in June lowest seat belt use rates were
the registration dates 2009; then down to 66.4 in Grand Ave. at N. Main Street
and times as listed. September last year. This at 38.4 percent while Lincoln
Registration hours will year, the study was conducted Highway at SR 65 had a rate
be 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. in June and found 75.7 per- of 64.1 percent,” she said.

Kindergartners need
each day, according to Contestants in the Little Miss Marbletown Pageant were, front from left, Nautica
the following schedule: Rader, 4; Mercedes Wallace, 4; and Ariel Wallace, 4; and back, Abigail Koester, 6; Jayda
On Aug. 18, new Rader, 7; first runner-up Kambryn Rohr, 7; 2009 Little Miss Marbletown Madi Brantley;

chickenpox shots
families to the district; 2010 Little Miss Marbletown Noelle Prine, 4; and Abigail Koester, 6
eighth-grade students on
Aug. 19; seventh-grade
students on Aug. 24; and
sixth-graders on Aug. 25. BY MIKE FORD requirement — it went into
The Delphos Herald effect last school year but a
mford@delphosherald.com lot of parents still don’t have
Forecast their children up-to-date. I
Clear DELPHOS — As summer had several kids come to kin-
tonight; vacation for local students dergarten last year who still
low in low enters its last few weeks, needed their second dose,”
60s. Sunny educators are preparing for she said.
Sunday; the upcoming academic year. Ricker is concerned some
high in School Nurse Stacy Ricker is parents may not meet the
upper 80s. preparing by informing par- deadline.
ents of mandated inoculations “The first one is supposed
Index children must have. to be given at age 1. Some
Obituaries 2 In addition to seventh parents didn’t do that; they
graders needing the whooping waited until the child entered
State/Local 3 cough vaccine, kindergartners kindergarten to get them the
Politics 4 are required to have a chick- first shot but they need two
Community 5 enpox booster shot. For both and they have to be given
Sports 6 sets of students, if immuniza- 30 days apart. I am wor-
Library 7 tion proof is not submitted by ried that we’ll have several
Classifieds 8 certain dates, the students will kids who are not going to
be sent home. have it. Then, they’ll have
Television 9
“Varicella is a booster 15 days once school starts.
World briefs 10 shot for chickenpox. It used After that, we’ll have to send
Delphos Mayor Michael Gallmeier reads the official oath to re-elected Marbletown to only require one dose but them home from school. So,
Mayor Susie Teman Friday evening prior to the Little Miss Marbletown Pageant at we’re seeing kids develop- it’s very important for par-
Delphos Wesleyan Church. Teman collected more than $600 or 600 votes in this year’s ing chickenpox who have had ents to get them the shots,”
campaign. the one shot. So, it’s now a she said.
2 – The Herald Saturday, August 7, 2010 www.delphosherald.com

For The Record
You are all winners Leadership of vital FUNERALS
GUNTER, William L. The Daily
I can count the times I’ve feel a little differently. Some
been to a beauty pageant on would say just because you
one finger. Nothing against tried, you are a winner. In a
US ally being tested “Bill” Sr., 81, of Delphos, Mass
of Christian burial will begin
at 11 a.m. today at St. John Herald
By CHRIS BRUMMITT Pakistan. Vol. 141 No. 47
them, they are just not my sense, yes, if that satisfies a The Associated Press the Baptist Catholic Church
“The military has many Nancy Spencer, editor
thing. If you know me at all, personal goal. But most of in Landeck, the Rev. Jacob
weaknesses, but it has done Ray Geary, business manager
you know that. know that in a competition, ISLAMABAD — Not a reasonable job in relief Gordon officiating. Burial will Don Hemple, advertising
However, I can appreciate the mainstream idea is that be in Walnut Grove Cemetery.
for the first time, Pakistan efforts. There have been gaps manager
the process through the there is a clear winner and Preferred memorials are to Tiffany Brantley,
appears to be teetering on in the response. But this is a
St. John the Baptist Catholic
eyes of the contestants after others, well, they aren’t. the edge with a government developing a country, right?” circulation manager
attending the Little Miss Not so at Friday’s pageant. Church or Delphos Athletic William Kohl, general manager/
unable to cope. The recent flooding came at
Boosters.
Marbletown Pageant Friday At the end, they were Eagle Print
Floods are ravaging a a sensitive time for Pakistan,
HEDRICK, David B., 65,
night. all smiling and giggling The Daily Herald (USPS 1525
country at war with al-Qaida with Western doubts over
of Delphos, Mass of Christian 8000) is published daily except
There were eight little girls and would go on with and the Taliban. Riots, slay- its loyalty heightened by the
Burial begins at 10:30 a.m. Sundays and Holidays.
in cute dresses ings and arson are gripping leaking of U.S. military docu-
today at St. John the Evangelist By carrier in Delphos and
with their hair the largest city. Suggestions ments that strengthened sus-
Catholic Church, the Rev. Mel area towns, or by rural motor
in pigtails or NANCY SPENCER are flying that the intelligence picions the security establish-
Verhoff officiating. Burial route where available $2.09 per
loose and they agency is aiding Afghan ment was supporting Afghanwill follow in Resurrection week. By mail in Allen, Van
were all just
as cute as can On the insurgents. insurgents while receiving
The crises raise ques- billions in Western aid.
Cemetery. Memorials are to
St. Rita’s Hospice or donor’s
Wert, or Putnam County, $105
per year. Outside these counties
$119 per year.
Other hand
be. tions about a nation crucial With few easy choices,
choice. Arrangements are by
There were Chiles-Laman Funeral Home
to U.S. hopes of success in the United States has made it Entered in the post office
in Lima.
Afghanistan and to the global clear it intends to stick with in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
no Vaselined
HEITZ, Robert A. “Bob,”
campaign against Islamist Pakistan. Indeed, it has used Periodicals, postage paid at,
teeth or Ohio.
bottoms and militancy. 84, of Wapakoneta, Mass of
the floods to demonstrate its
Christian Burial is scheduled to No mail subscriptions will
the questions Despite the recent head- commitment to the country, be accepted in towns or villages
were simple and answered Marbletown Festival today begin at 10 a.m. today at St.
lines, few here see Pakistan rushing emergency assistance where The Daily Herald paper
as such. “Where does with the same gusto as if Joseph Catholic Church. The
in danger of collapse or being and dispatching helicopters to carriers or motor routes provide
overrun by militants — a ferry the goods. Rev. Louis Heitz and Rev.
Mickey Mouse live?” Well, the pageant never happened. Matthew Lee will be concel-
daily home delivery for $2.09
duh, he lives in a house with They will play games, jump fear that had been expressed The Pakistani govern- per week.
ebrating. Burial will follow at
before the army fought back ment’s response to the floods 405 North Main St.
Minnie. frogs, ride in the parade and St. Joseph Cemetery, with mili-
There were no pageant hang out with family and against insurgents advancing has been sharply criticized TELEPHONE 695-0015
tary rites being performed by the
from their base in the Swat at home, especially since Office Hours
waves and they was no friends. V.F.W. Post 9289. Memorial 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
“victory walk” for the I have a suspicion that it’s Valley early last year. President Asif Ali Zardari
contributions may be direct- POSTMASTER: Send address
winner. She stood there because they all just wanted From its birth in 1947, departed for a European tour.
ed to St. Joseph Catholic
Pakistan has been dogged by With so many Pakistanis suf- changes
calmly because I don’t think to be in the pageant. They or Church or Tri-County Nurses. to THE DAILY HERALD,
she realized she won until their parents wanted them military coups, corrupt and fering, the trip has left the
Condolences may be expressed 405 N. Main St.
the emcee started handing to have the experience of a inefficient leaders, natural already weak and unpopular
at www.schlosserfuneralhome. Delphos, Ohio 45833
her flowers and explaining. wholesome activity. disasters, assassinations and leader even more vulnerable
com
civil unrest. Through it all, politically.
U.S. Judge’s personal
The other little girls were Some forgot their steps
pleased with their trophies to a dance, some forgot the Pakistan has not prospered — The flooding was trig-
and the praise from the judges words to their song and but it survives. gered by what meteorologists
“There is plenty to be wor-
and friends and family.
Pretty simple.
others froze. But not a single
one of them cried, ran from
Normally, when someone the room or threw a fit. And
ried about, but also indica-
life being debated
said were “once-in-a-century”
tions that when push comes rains. The worst affected area
to shove the state is able to is the northwest, a stronghold By LISA LEFF same-sex couples are equal,”
tells a group that only has they all sat quietly while the
respond,” said Mosharraf for Islamist militants. Parts of The Associated Press Walker wrote in his exacting,
a few who walk away with judges made their decision. Zaidi, an analyst and writer the northwest have seen army 136-page opinion.
trophies they are all winners, Pretty impressive to me. who has advised foreign gov- offensives over the last two SAN FRANCISCO — Gerard Bradley, a law
I’m pretty sure some of them You are all winners. ernments on aid missions to years. Chief U.S. Judge Vaughn professor at the University of
Walker has always been Notre Dame, published a Fox
characterized as a conserva- News column in the hours
ODOT Report tive with libertarian leanings.
But after he struck down
before Walker filed his opin-
ion faulting the media for not
California’s voter-approved forcing Walker to address his
The following is the week- Interstate 75 at Napoleon Continental – Ditch relo- Route will close for two gay marriage ban this week, sexual orientation.
ly report concerning con- Road overhead bridge cation project will reduce days beginning August 18 he was accused by some of And Byran Fischer, issues
struction and maintenance – Traffic reduced to one traffic to one lane through for installation of a cross- being something else entire- director for the American
work on state highways lane through the work zone the work zone. Work is over. Northbound traffic ly: a gay activist. Family Association, urged
within the ODOT District 1 for three weeks for bridge being performed by Putnam will be detoured onto Ohio Rumors have circulated the group’s members to con-
which includes the counties painting which began July County ODOT. 709 and U.S. 127 back to for months that Walker is tact their congressional rep-
of Allen, Putnam and Van 26. Lane closures will occur Ohio 613 from the Ohio 116. Southbound traf- gay, fueled by the blogo- resentatives about launching
Wert. (All work will take both during day and night- Paulding County line to fic detoured onto Ohio 697, sphere and a San Francisco impeachment proceedings
place during daytime hours time hours. Ohio 15 – Pavement repair Ohio 66 and Ohio 81 back Chronicle column that stated because Walker had not
Monday through Friday Interstate 75 from and resurfacing project to Ohio 116. Work is being his sexual orientation was an recused himself from a case
only, unless otherwise indi- Beaverdam to Ohio 235 is under way with traffic performed by Van Wert “open secret” in legal and in which “his own personal
cated). – Paving is underway. maintained through the County ODOT. gay activism circles. sexual proclivities utterly
Allen County Daytime and nighttime lane work zone. The project will U.S. 127 between County Walker himself hasn’t compromised his ability to
Interstate 75 southbound closures are occurring. The continue until late August. Road 36 and Snyder Road addressed the speculation, make an impartial ruling.”
entrance and exit ramps to project will continue until Ohio 189 over the Ottawa – Route will close for two and he did not respond to William G. Ross, an
Bentley Road – Ramps will late August. River between County days beginning August 16 a request for comment by expert on judicial ethics and
The Associated Press on law professor at Samford
be closed Friday, August 6 Road 18-5 and County for removal of a railroad
Thursday. Lawyers in the University in Alabama, said
from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. for Putnam County Road 18-R, Rimer – Route crossing. Traffic detoured
case, including those defend- that a judge’s sexual orienta-
pavement repair and pav- Ohio 114 over the closed July 19 for 44 days onto Ohio 81, Ohio 118 and
ing the ban, say the judge’s tion has no more relevance
ing. Auglaize River, east of for bridge rehabilitation. Ohio 709 back to U.S. 127.
sexuality — gay or straight to his or her ability to rule
Cloverdale – Traffic main- Traffic detoured onto Ohio Work is being performed by — was not an issue at trial, fairly on a case involving gay
tained by temporary traf- 190, Ohio 634, U.S. 224 and Van Wert County ODOT. and they have no definitive marriage than it would for a
fic signals during a bridge Ohio 15 back to Ohio 189. U.S. 224 between Ohio plans for it to be a factor on deeply religious judge or a
painting project which is 637 and Putnam County appeal. judge who had been divorced
under way. The project will Van Wert County Road 81, and between U.S. But that hasn’t stopped a multiple times.
continue until late August. Ohio 116 between Davis 127 and the Allen County public debate that exploded “Under the logic of the
Ohio 613 east of Road and State Road – line – Pavement repair will in the wake of the 66-year-old people challenging the
reduce traffic to one lane jurist’s Wednesday decision. judge’s fitness to rule on a
through the work zone. Most of the chatter has come case involving gay rights

LEAR’S
Ohio 81 between U.S. from opponents of same-sex because he or she was gay,
127 and the Allen County marriage. one would have to find a
line - Pavement repair will “Here we have an openly eunuch to serve on the case,
reduce traffic to one lane gay federal judge, according to because one could just as
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STATE/LOCAL
Midwest Electric members Mom enabling,
donate $13,500 to charities dad undermined Dear Annie: Our three sons, ago, when my daughter was
ages 14, 17 and 20, live with 18, she agreed to have her step-
Members of Midwest us. The problem is the 20-year- mother adopt her. This removed
Electric recently donated old. “Justin” couldn’t keep up me as the natural mother from
$13,500 to 10 west-central the pace of home schooling and her birth certificate. I cannot
bailed out with a GED. This get over this unforgivable act. I
Ohio charities and commu- despite my wife’s correcting all never gave my child up. Every
nity projects through the of his work before submission. Mother’s Day and on her birth-
cooperative’s Community He now works two hours a day, I cry buckets. I write her
Connection Fund. Since the day and feels that’s letters without mail-
program began in 1998, the plenty. He gives us ing them as a way of
Midwest Electric Community lots of lip and atti- dealing with the pain.
Connection Fund has pro- tude and does noth- What kind of child
vided $606,157 to 423 area ing to help around does this?
projects. the house. Last year, I loaned
My wife refuses this same daugh-
The recent Fund recipi- to charge him rent. ter $4,000 because
ents include the follow- She pays for his she couldn’t pay her
ing: car, insurance and mortgage. Of course,
• The Equestrian Therapy cell phone and pro- if I hadn’t loaned her
Program, Lima, $2,000 to vides all the meals. the money, she would
help fund horse riding ses- Justin’s girlfriend have blamed me for
sions for children with dis- moved in for a losing her house.
abilities; while until I put an But instead of using
• Holy Rosary School, St. end to that. Plus, Annie’s Mailbox it for the mortgage,
Marys, $2,000 to buy books I made him stop she spent the money
filching beer from our refrig- on drugs. She recently filed
and other learning materials; erator. for bankruptcy, and this loan
• Ft. Recovery Ambassador My wife says I should calm was part of the paperwork. It
Club, $1,900 to purchase down and go with the flow. I brought back all the pain from
Civil War re-enactment spe- resent supporting this ungrate- the adoption. Who erases their
cial effects for the school ful freeloader. Worse, his mother the same way they erase
program; younger brothers are starting to a debt? I called her up and
• Ft. Recovery Band emulate him. How do I change finally told her what I thought
Boosters, $1,900 to buy new this? -- Father of Freddie the and said I was removing her
band uniforms; Freeloader from my will.
Dear Father: There’s not I am OK with my decision.
• Joint Township Hospital much you can do if Mom insists If she and the stepmother were
Foundation, St. Marys, on undermining your efforts to to undo the adoption, I would
$1,600 to pay for free pros- Photo submitted
help your son grow up. The fact forgive her, but not until then.
tate screenings for 200 men; Dorothy Hoffman, left, and Marilyn Wagner, right, trustees with the Delphos Canal that he went for a GED may I hope she sees this in print. --
• Delphos Canal Commission, accept a $1,000 donation from Linda Boeckman, trustee of the Midwest have been a disappointment to Newport, Wash.
Commission, $1,000 to Electric Community Connection Fund, to update the museum’s display window lighting. you, but give him credit for fin- Dear Newport: If your
update the lighting in display ishing his education. However, daughter is a drug addict and
windows; and next dollar, with the addi- contacting Midwest Electric, unless Justin has applied to col- has been since she was 18,
• American Red Cross - • Spencerville Historical tional pennies deposited in at 419-394-4110 or 1-800- lege, he should have a full-time she is doing what is expedient
Auglaize County, $953 for Society, $400 to help with the Fund. 962-3830. job and be paying a portion of and what allows her to get the
a sidewalk for the log cabin A board of trustees, com- Based in St. Marys, his salary in rent, preferably at drugs she is desperate for. We
a new laptop computer and his own place, but certainly at know this is terribly painful
printer; project. posed of cooperative mem- Midwest Electric is the cus- yours if that is where he lives. for you, and we hope someday
• Miss West Central Ohio The Midwest Electric bers and separate from the tomer-owned electric coop- Try to impress upon your wife your daughter will see things
Scholarship, $900 towards Community Connection Midwest Electric Board of erative for 10,500 homes, that bailing him out, paying for differently. Meanwhile, please
scholarship funds; Fund is a voluntary chari- Trustees, oversees the appli- farms and businesses in everything he needs and requir- contact Families Anonymous
• Riverside Art Center, table program. Participating cation and allocation process. Allen, Auglaize, Mercer, ing nothing of him in return (familiesanonymous.org) at
Wapakoneta, $847 for a members’ monthly electric Individuals or organizations VanWert, Shelby, Putnam does him a huge disservice. 1-800-736-9805 for additional
wireless security system; bills are rounded up to the can obtain an application by and Darke counties. Dear Annie: Eleven years assistance.

Voinovich announces more than $11.5M for 24 Ohio airports
WASHINGTON, D.C. buy a tractor and attachments These funds will allow ment building and rehabili- Highland County Airport of Commissioners —
– U.S. Senator George V. for snow removal for the Burke Lakefront Airport to tate the west apron at Fostoria Authority & Highland $150,000
Voinovich (R-Ohio)recently Lima Allen County Airport. update its master plan, which Metropolitan Airport. County Commissioners — This grant will be used
announced 24 Ohio airports Auglaize County Board will help the airport with City of Sidney — $88,839 to purchase snow removal
have received a combined of Commissioners — long-term planning. $23,750 Funds will be used to equipment.
$11,618,824 in funding $96,710 City of Dayton — This grant will pay for rehabilitate Runway 5/23, Put-in-Bay Township
from the Federal Aviation This grant will be used to $4,484,618 the rehabilitation of Runway improve airport drainage, Port Authority — $183,000
Administration (FAA). install a vertical/visual guid- This grant will be used 10/28 at the Sidney Municipal remove trees in the run- Funds will be use to reha-
“I’m pleased that these ance system on Runway 08 at to rehabilitate terminal apron Airport. way approach and better bilitate and improve drainage
Ohio airports will be able the Neil Armstrong Airport. shoulders and Taxiway Z Columbiana County light existing airport build- of Runway 3/21 and update
to improve their services The system will enhance at James M. Cox – Dayton Airport Authority — ing obstructions to improve the Put-In-Bay Airport’s
through these vital funds,” safety during low-visibility International Airport. It will $827,532 safety. master plan study.
Sen. Voinovich said. “It is conditions. also allow for the installa- This grant will reha- Licking County Regional Warren County Airport
critical that we continue to Cincinnati State tion of seven elevated run- bilitate Runway 7-25 at the Airport Authority & Licking Authority & Board of
improve the safety and effi- Technical & Community way guard light systems and Columbiana County Airport, County Commissioners — Commissioners — $289,3
ciency of our airports.” College — $213,750 three guidance signs, as well which was last rehabilitated $133,950 79
Eligible airports sub- These funds will purchase as the repair of runway lights in 1970. This grant will allow This grant will be used
mit projects to the FAA for and install an automated and the runway end identifier Coshocton County Newark-Heath Airport to to buy land for approaches,
consideration for competi- weather observing system for light control system. Regional Airport Auth. & install perimeter fencing and install perimeter fencing and
tive grant funding. The FAA Cincinnati West Airport, as City of Dayton — County Commissioners — design rehabilitation plans remove trees at the Lebanon-
determines which of the eli- well as for rehabilitation for $150,000 $320,600 for Runway 9/27. Warren County Airport.
gible projects will receiving the apron and t-hangar taxi- This grant will pay for This grant will be used to Morrow County Airport Wood County Regional
funding based on current ways. an airport drainage study extend Runway 4/22 and its Authority & County Airport Authority &
national aviation priorities City of Bucyrus — at Dayton Wright Brothers taxiway, as well as to update Commissioners — $89,775 Bowling Green State
and objectives. $150,288 Airport. the airport master plan. The Funds will be used to University — $144,558
Funding has been awarded Funds will be used to reha- City of Delaware — extended runway will help rehabilitate Runway 10/28, Funds will be used to build
to the following airports: bilitate Runway 22 and taxi- $150,000 the airport meet its demand. Taxiway A and an apron, as a snow removal equipment
Akron Canton Regional ways, improving the pave- These funds will be used Cuyahoga County well as to install a precision building and for partial reim-
Airport Authority — ment’s structural integrity. to buy an avigation easement Commissioners — $150,000 approach path indicator at bursement of the new Wood
$651,985 City of Cleveland — in the approach to Runway This grant will be used Morrow County Airport. County Airport terminal
These funds will be used $1,186,099 28, allowing the airport con- to reconstruct an apron Portage County Regional building construction, which
to purchase snow removal This grant will be used trol of height restrictions on and complete a phase of Airport Authority & Board was completed in 2005.
equipment and design the to build a new runway and approach to the runway and Cuyahoga County Airport’s
new passenger screening extend an existing run- improving safety. master plan.
checkpoint at Akron-Canton way at Cleveland-Hopkins City of Findlay — Fairfield County Airport
Regional Airport. The current International Airport, increas- $132,877 Authority & Fairfield
screening area is too small ing the airport’s capacity. Funds will be used to buy Co. Commissioners —
for passenger demand. Funds will also be used for snow removal equipment for $1,554,865
Allen County Regional lighting, signs and relocation the Findlay Airport. This grant will be used to
Airport Authority & Board of infrastructure for runway City of Fostoria — purchase land and relocate a
of Commissioners — construction. $150,000 road away from the approach
$150,000 City of Cleveland — This grant will be used to pilots use to access Runway
This grant will be used to $146,249 build a snow removal equip- 28.

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POLITICS
“You must learn day by day, year by year, to broaden your horizon. The more things you love, the more you are inter-
ested in, the more you enjoy, the more you are indignant about — the more you have left when anything happens.”
— Ethel Barrymore, American actress (1879-1959)

JUST A
Money
THOUGHT costs too
By SARA BERELSMAN much
It was Ralph Waldo I’m guessing no one. What more people realized that
Emerson who said, “Money people think about at the end other individuals shouldn’t
often costs too much.” Every of their lives are the experi- be disposable. I know it hap-
day as I look around, espe- ences they had that made liv- pens every day in businesses
cially at what’s going on in ing worthwhile – smiles from across the country, “We’re
this country as a whole — the their children and grandchil- letting Bob go because we
bigger picture — I see how dren, falling in love, discov- can pay Jim less.” Well, Bob
true this is. It seems to me ering a special, irreplaceable has a family, too.
that so many people are moti- connection with a friend – It seems that we all learn
vated by the almighty dollar, I doubt anyone focuses on The Golden Rule in kinder-
no matter the price they are how much time he or she garten and then promptly for-
paying to get it. spent at work, how many get it as adults. It depresses
CEOs downsize and let accounts were landed, or how me to look around and see
go of employees who have much commission was made. all the people motivated by
been loyal for years, just to Screw “keeping up with the cash only. Maybe it will
Consumers cut make an extra buck or two. Joneses”; who are they any- change someday. I’m sure

IT WAS NEWS THEN back on credit
Large corporations drive
away small, new businesses
and monopolize the market
way? I want to have fun. I
want to meet people and once
in a while, I want to do some-
I’m just dreaming, but maybe
as a whole we’ll realize that
everyone deserves a chance
One Year Ago cards again to make as much money as
humanly possible.
thing crazy. Why not? I want
to go with no regrets, and if
and we don’t need twenty
cars, five mansions, or ten
• On any given day of nice weather, little ones can be WASHINGTON (AP) —
found scampering across colorful playground equipment at What I want to know is, I make a little money along yachts. Maybe. In the mean-
Consumer borrowing fell in why? the way, make a living, then time, I will make ends meet
Stadium Park. The group that is responsible for children’s June for a fifth straight month
cheer wants to put up similar equipment at Waterworks Why is money so impor- great. Bonus. while getting as much enjoy-
as households keep cutting
Park but needs help. Because of the economic downturn, the back on credit card use. tant to people? I understand Life happens once and ment out of the bittersweet
Borrowing dropped at an wanting to live comfortably – it is meant to be enjoyed. symphony we call life. I am
Delphos Kiwanis Club has refrained from assertive fundrais-
annual rate of $1.3 billion no one likes living paycheck Obviously people need focusing every day on dimin-
ing. Project Coordinator Jamey Wisher explained that many to paycheck with no room to money to live, to survive, but ishing the bitterness…and
are experiencing financial challenges and his club chooses to in June, the Federal Reserve
reported Friday. That marked breathe. it just seems that the more squeezing as much sweetness
be respectful and patient. It reminds me of one of my cash people make, the more out of it as I can.
the 16th drop in overall credit
in the past 17 months. favorite songs, “Bitter Sweet they think they need – more
25 Years Ago — 1985 Symphony” by The Verve. possessions, more “stuff,” Sara Berelsman lives in
Americans backed away
• Edgar Schwieterman, superintendent of public services, from swiping their credit cards “‘Cause it’s a bittersweet more status. I won’t lie; it Delphos with her husband
told members of the finance committee meeting that Ohio for the 21st straight month. symphony this life does make me feel good to Andy and their daughters,
Decorative Products, Spencerville, withdrew their proposal That offset a rise in the num- Trying to make ends meet, buy new things - shopping Adele and Eleanor. While
to buy the Eaton facility on Gressel Drive. Schwieterman said ber of auto loans. you’re a slave to the money is fun, especially when the the current economy has pre-
the city had received a letter from Richard Moeller, executive Households are borrowing then you die.” funds are there. I guess it’s vented Sara and Andy from
vice president of Ohio Decorative, stating the withdrawal. less and saving more, and that Money is a huge stressor when the money isn’t there getting babysitters and din-
• “Pioneering From Wagon Wheels To Space Shuttles” is has dragged on the overall for most people. It destroys anymore that the realization ing out for expensive lobster
the theme for the parade that will highlight this year’s 113th economy by lowering con- marriages. But how many hits: “stuff” isn’t what mat- dinners, it has provided them
Putnam County Pioneer Days Celebration in Kalida. General sumer spending. people on their deathbeds are ters in life. People matter. I with many opportunities for
chairman for this year’s celebration are Tom Rampe and The $1.3 billion June drop thinking, ‘If only I had spent might live in my own little tea parties at home with the
Randy Unverferth of the Lion’s Club and Stan Winkle and in borrowing was much small- more time at the office.’? utopian world, but I also wish kids.

GOP cautiously confident
Chris Phillips of the Volunteer Fire Department of Kalida. er than the $5 billion decline
that economists had expected.
• Delphos Reds were 1985 minor league tournament The government also revised
runners-up and league champions. Team members are the May decline to show a

of big gains this fall
Aaron Fuerst, Josh Dickman, Mark Suever, Dan Kapcar, smaller drop of $5.3 billion
Ryan Nomina, Michael Brickner, Brad Holdgreve, Sean rather than the initial $9.2 bil-
Collins, Adrian Smith, Shaun Rumschlog, Matt Kroeger, lion decrease.
Chris Kapcar, Daryl Odenweller, Shawn Vaske and Russell While a smaller decline
Sterling. could signal the long slide By LIZ SIDOTI we are ready to represent a GOP needs to do more than
on consumer credit is level- The Associated Press transformative moment.” simply oppose the policies
50 Years Ago — 1960 ing off, economists cautioned The mostly serious tone of Obama and Democrats.
• The Little League Pirates moved into second place as against getting too optimistic KANSAS CITY, Mo. — of the meeting reflected the Said List: “I don’t think we
they routed the Reds, 16-1, and the league leading Cardinals given continued lackluster job The head of the Republican challenge Republicans have can just win it by default, by
whipped the fading Braves, 6-1. Chuck Fischer, used previ- growth and tight credit stan- Party on Friday urged mem- ahead of them as they seek to being negative.”
ously in six relief appearances, won his first start for the dards. bers to step up their efforts take advantage of conditions “We can say ’no’ to the
“As long as income and for the fall elections amid that at first blush seem ripe for deficits and ’no’ to the spend-
Pirates. He allowed only three hits, issued free transportation employment do not show cautious confidence about the a power shift in Democratic- ing, but I think we also need
to two, hit one batter and struck out five in posting his win. marked improvements, con- GOP winning several gov- controlled Washington. to couple that with ’yes’ to
He also came up with a three-run homer in the third inning. sumers will avoid taking ernorships and perhaps seiz- “We’ve got to start talking where we’re going to cut and
Losing pitcher for the Reds was Tod Spieles. He gave up on new debt,” said Gregory ing control of Congress from about issues,” said Pat Brady, ’yes’ to how we’re going to
eight hits and there were 10 errors in the field behind him. Daco, senior economist at IHS President Barack Obama’s the state party chairman in make government run bet-
The victory makes the Pirates the first team to win four Global Insight. “Consumers party. Illinois. “By mid-September, ter,” he said.
straight in Little League action this season. The high riding remain bound by a weak labor “We can’t rest now,” GOP we can’t just be the party The RNC’s internal poli-
Cards backed a neat one-hit pitching performance by Hoehn market ... high debt levels and chairman Michael Steele of ’We aren’t the Democrats tics hovered over the meet-
with a big five-run fifth inning and scored their final tally in a fragile housing market.” told the Republican National because people are really fed ing.
the sixth. Manore was on the hill for the Braves and allowed In a separate report Friday, Committee. “Everything up.” Steele’s 18-month tenure
the Labor Department said the we’ve been doing, and all No one doubts the GOP has been rocky, and some
six hits. that we must do, needs to be will win some Democratic- committee members private-
unemployment rate remained
unchanged at 9.5 percent and ramped up and maxed out in held congressional seats. ly groused about him. There
75 Years Ago — 1935 the next three months.” The president’s party nearly also was a recent flare-up
private employers added only
• H. C. Imholt of the Mueller Chevrolet Company, has a net 71,000 jobs in July. That “Sleep? What’s that? We always loses seats during the over spending practices, with
returned from Toledo where he and members of his selling is far below the 200,000 or can’t sleep until November first midterm elections of the the RNC’s treasurer accusing
staff have been attending a special mass meeting in connec- more jobs that are needed each 3rd,” he added. presidency. The GOP rank Steele of hiding more than $7
tion with the “Ride America” demonstration campaign which month to make a significant Three months before the and file also is energized and million in debt to inflate the
the Chevrolet Motor Company is staging during the month dent in the jobless rate. midterm elections, it was all independent voters are lean- party’s finances and mislead
of August. Accompanying Imholt were Frank Mueller, Ed. Overall credit dropped 0.7 business and little celebration ing toward Republicans. donors. And there’s a dispute
Schosker, C. D. Griffith, members of the Mueller Implement percent in June. It was the as the 168-member commit- The question is whether over the 2012 primary calen-
smallest decline since cred- tee met this week to final- Republicans have it togeth- dar, too.
and Auto Company sales organization. ize Tampa, Fla., as the 2012 er enough to gain 40 in the The committee was vot-
• James Hotz and James Mueller, Delphos boys who are it increased 1.8 percent in
January, the only rise since GOP convention city and set House and 10 in the Senate ing Friday on a proposal that
to attend the National Jamboree to be held at Washington, D. the presidential primary cal- to take control of Capitol would make the process start
C., are finding the preparations for this trip now being made the beginning of 2009. The endar. Hill — with less money than later than January, when the
at Camp Quilna, near Fort Amanda, quite interesting. Two decrease left consumer credit Unlike in years past, no the Democrats, without the 2008 primaries began. Iowa,
at an annual rate of $2.42 tril- White House hopefuls showed White House bully pulpit and New Hampshire, Nevada and
patrols have been formed for the troop which will go from the
lion. up. And Republicans attend- as tea party activists expose a South Carolina would be per-
Shawnee Area Council. The two Delphos boys are members The category that includes
of the Flaming Arrow patrol. ing the meeting were sober fissure between conservatives mitted to hold their contests
auto loans rose 2.4 percent in about the GOP’s prospects in and moderates in the GOP. in February 2012, states that
• The winning streak of the Delphos Rockets was inter- June following a 1.4 percent
rupted when the team played a game at Elgin and suffered a November; a single sign said: Although less confident divide up delegates propor-
increase in May. Analysts are “Playing to win in 2010.” of emerging with control of tionally would vote in March
defeat by a score of 6-5. Wrocklage pitched for the Rockets, predicting another increase in Steele did, however, try to Congress, committee mem- and winner-take-all states
holding the enemy to six hits. He also was going well at bat, July after auto sales posted rile up the committee and got bers almost uniformly said would go in April.
battling in three of the five runs scored by Delphos. solid gains. a standing ovation with calls they expected Republicans Two-thirds of the commit-
Joshua Shapiro, chief U.S. to fire House Speaker Nancy to have a huge year in this tee must vote to approve the
economist at MFR Inc., said Pelosi. “Get on the bus,” he year’s 37 gubernatorial races, plan, and its adoption was
consumer credit has fallen by yelled as a cardboard bus was with many suggesting the uncertain because of concerns
Moderately $163 billion since hitting a pushed out onto the stage GOP will emerge from the that it would hurt the GOP’s
Confused peak in July 2008 as house- from which he spoke. It said: elections in control of a com- eventual nominee. Critics
holds have struggled to repair “Need a job? Fire Pelosi.” fortable majority of states. worry about extending the
their balance sheets in the Said Steele: “We have a Former Nevada Gov. Bob GOP’s process when Obama
midst of a deep recession. lot of work to do but I believe List, a committeeman, said the likely won’t face a primary.

Companies hire at slow pace for third straight month
WASHINGTON (AP) — Labor Department’s July report slightly to show 51,000 net new a net total of 131,000 jobs last
Companies showed a lack of Friday. jobs, from 33,000. month, mostly because 143,000
confidence about hiring for a Investors reacted by selling “There is still a labor market temporary census jobs ended.
third straight month in July, stocks and shifting into more recovery, but it’s a very, very The “underemployment”
making it likely the economy conservative Treasury bonds. weak one,” said Nigel Gault, rate was the same as in June,
will grow more slowly the rest The yield on the 10-year chief U.S. economist at IHS at 16.5 percent. That includes
of the year. The unemployment Treasury note, which helps set Global Insight. those working part time who
rate was unchanged at 9.5 rates on mortgages and other The slow pace of hiring will would prefer full-time work and
percent. consumer loans, fell to 2.85 weigh on the recovery, he said, unemployed workers who’ve
Private employers added a percent from 2.91 percent late with economic growth in the given up on their job hunts.
net total of only 71,000 jobs in Thursday. Major stock indexes current quarter likely to come All told, there were 14.6
July, far below the 200,000 or all fell and the Dow Jones in even lower than the April-to- million people looking for work
more jobs needed each month to industrial average dropped more June quarter’s already weak 2.4 in July. That’s roughly double
reduce the unemployment rate. than 130 points in morning percent. the figure in December 2007,
The modest gains were even trading. President Barack Obama on when the recession began.
weaker when considering a The department also sharply Friday noted that the economy Even if hiring picks up, it
loss of government jobs at the revised down its jobs figures for has now added private-sector will take years to regain all the
local, state and federal levels June, saying businesses hired jobs for seven straight months. jobs lost during the recession.
in July that weren’t temporary fewer workers than previously He hailed that as a good sign. The economy lost 8.4 million
census positions. Factoring estimated. June’s private-sector But he said the progress “needs jobs in 2008 and 2009. This
those in, the net gains were only job gains were lowered to 31,000 to come faster.” year, private employers have
12,000 jobs, according to the from 83,000. May’s were raised Overall, the economy lost added only 559,000 new hires.
www.delphosherald.com Saturday, August 7, 2010 The Herald – 5

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR OF YMCA PET CORNER Happy Birthday
EVENTS
Holding Aug. 8
Mitchell Vincent

Silent Car
TODAY Mary Carder
9 a.m.-noon — Interfaith Matt Schwinnen
Thrift Store is open for shop- Nathan May

Auction
ping.
St. Vincent DePaul Society, Aug. 9
located at the east edge of the Chris Carder
St. John’s High School park- Jacob Mueller
The YMCA of Van
ing lot, is open. The facil- Wert County, thanks to
ity can also be opened by the car donation from Lee
appointment by calling John Zeb is a 5-year-old neu- Benny is a four-year-old
Trentman at 419-692-7185. Kinstle GM Sales, is hold- tered male plothound mix. extra large male, and out of
9:30-11:30 a.m. — Delphos ing a silent auction for a He lived with many other all the cats at the shelter,
Postal Museum is open. 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass dogs and did not receive he has been here the lon-
Supreme, white sedan. the attention he needed. He gest...just over three years.
COLUMN
12:15 p.m. — Testing of
warning sirens by Delphos The car, which can be needs someone who’s will- He’d love to go to a Forever
Fire and Rescue previewed in the front lawn ing to take the time to get to Home where he can just
7 p.m. — Bingo at St. of the Y, has 142,000 miles know him! lounge around! Announce you or your family member’s
John’s Little Theatre. and runs great. It was recent- birthday in our Happy Birthday column.
ly detailed and serviced and The Humane Society of M, F, 3 months, black Complete the coupon below and return it to
SUNDAY would make a great car for a Allen County has many pets and white The Delphos Herald newsroom,
1-3 p.m. — The Delphos teenager or someone want- waiting for adoption. Each Dogs: 405 North Main St., Delphos, OH 45833.
Canal Commission Annex ing a reliable second car. comes with a spay or neuter, Yellow Lab, M, 4 years,
Museum, 241 N. Main St., first shots and a heartworm neutered, named Yeller Please use the coupon also to make changes,
Silent auction bids will be
will be open. test. The Humane Society is Choc Lab, m, 2 yrs., neu- additions or to delete a name from the column.
accepted at the front desk of located at 3606 Elida Road, tered, named Tango
the Y through Thursday. The THE DELPHOS HERALD
MONDAY Lima, and can be contacted Puppies: HAPPY BIRTHDAY COLUMN
11:30 a.m. — Mealsite highest bid winner will be at 419-991-1775. Beagle, M, 8 months
at Delphos Senior Citizen announced on Friday. The following pets Shephard Rot, F, 8 Name
Center, 301 Suthoff Street. If identical high bids are are available for adop- months, black, named Echo
6 p.m. — Middle Point placed, those bidders will tion through The Animal Black Lab, F, 6 weeks Address

Village Council meets be contacted to submit a Protective League: Pit Lab, M, 6 months,
7-9 p.m. — The Delphos final high bid. The vehicle Cats: named Cody
Canal Commission Annex is to be picked up, as is, on Calico, F, 5 years, spayed, Name Birthday
Museum, 241 N. Main St., Friday, following cash pay- dew clawed, shots For more information
will be open. Calico, F, 1 year. on these pets or if you are Name Birthday
ment. Winning bidder will F, 5 years, multi color, in need of finding a home
7 p.m. — Marion Township be responsible for insurance Name Birthday
trustees at township house. named Sally for your pet contact The
and licensing of the vehicle. F, 4 years, gray, gold Animal Protective league
7:30 p.m. — American All proceeds from this eyes, fixed, front dew from 9-5 weekdays at (419)
Name Birthday
Legion Auxiliary meets at the auction will benefit the Y’s clawed 7419-2976. If you are look- Telephone (for verification)
American Legion hall, State sports and fitness programs. Kittens: ing for a pet not listed call
Street. M, F, 11 weeks, tiger, to be put on a waiting list
Check one:
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and other programs avail- black and white, silver gray, in case something becomes º Please add to birthday list

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Please notify the Delphos cream available. Donations or º Please delete from birthday list
Herald at 419-695-0015 if able at the Van Wert YMCA
there are any corrections can be found by calling 419- M, F, 10 months, brown correspondence can be sent º Please make change on birthday list

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or additions to the Coming 238-0443 or visiting www.

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COMMUNITY
CALENDAR OF YMCA PET CORNER Happy Birthday
EVENTS
Holding Aug. 8
Mitchell Vincent

Silent Car
TODAY Mary Carder
9 a.m.-noon — Interfaith Matt Schwinnen
Thrift Store is open for shop- Nathan May

Auction
ping.
St. Vincent DePaul Society, Aug. 9
located at the east edge of the Chris Carder
St. John’s High School park- Jacob Mueller
The YMCA of Van
ing lot, is open. The facil- Wert County, thanks to
ity can also be opened by the car donation from Lee
appointment by calling John Zeb is a 5-year-old neu- Benny is a four-year-old
Trentman at 419-692-7185. Kinstle GM Sales, is hold- tered male plothound mix. extra large male, and out of
9:30-11:30 a.m. — Delphos ing a silent auction for a He lived with many other all the cats at the shelter,
Postal Museum is open. 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass dogs and did not receive he has been here the lon-
Supreme, white sedan. the attention he needed. He gest...just over three years.
COLUMN
12:15 p.m. — Testing of
warning sirens by Delphos The car, which can be needs someone who’s will- He’d love to go to a Forever
Fire and Rescue previewed in the front lawn ing to take the time to get to Home where he can just
7 p.m. — Bingo at St. of the Y, has 142,000 miles know him! lounge around! Announce you or your family member’s
John’s Little Theatre. and runs great. It was recent- birthday in our Happy Birthday column.
ly detailed and serviced and The Humane Society of M, F, 3 months, black Complete the coupon below and return it to
SUNDAY would make a great car for a Allen County has many pets and white The Delphos Herald newsroom,
1-3 p.m. — The Delphos teenager or someone want- waiting for adoption. Each Dogs: 405 North Main St., Delphos, OH 45833.
Canal Commission Annex ing a reliable second car. comes with a spay or neuter, Yellow Lab, M, 4 years,
Museum, 241 N. Main St., first shots and a heartworm neutered, named Yeller Please use the coupon also to make changes,
Silent auction bids will be
will be open. test. The Humane Society is Choc Lab, m, 2 yrs., neu- additions or to delete a name from the column.
accepted at the front desk of located at 3606 Elida Road, tered, named Tango
the Y through Thursday. The THE DELPHOS HERALD
MONDAY Lima, and can be contacted Puppies: HAPPY BIRTHDAY COLUMN
11:30 a.m. — Mealsite highest bid winner will be at 419-991-1775. Beagle, M, 8 months
at Delphos Senior Citizen announced on Friday. The following pets Shephard Rot, F, 8 Name
Center, 301 Suthoff Street. If identical high bids are are available for adop- months, black, named Echo
6 p.m. — Middle Point placed, those bidders will tion through The Animal Black Lab, F, 6 weeks Address

Village Council meets be contacted to submit a Protective League: Pit Lab, M, 6 months,
7-9 p.m. — The Delphos final high bid. The vehicle Cats: named Cody
Canal Commission Annex is to be picked up, as is, on Calico, F, 5 years, spayed, Name Birthday
Museum, 241 N. Main St., Friday, following cash pay- dew clawed, shots For more information
will be open. Calico, F, 1 year. on these pets or if you are Name Birthday
ment. Winning bidder will F, 5 years, multi color, in need of finding a home
7 p.m. — Marion Township be responsible for insurance Name Birthday
trustees at township house. named Sally for your pet contact The
and licensing of the vehicle. F, 4 years, gray, gold Animal Protective league
7:30 p.m. — American All proceeds from this eyes, fixed, front dew from 9-5 weekdays at (419)
Name Birthday
Legion Auxiliary meets at the auction will benefit the Y’s clawed 7419-2976. If you are look- Telephone (for verification)
American Legion hall, State sports and fitness programs. Kittens: ing for a pet not listed call
Street. M, F, 11 weeks, tiger, to be put on a waiting list
Check one:
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Herald at 419-695-0015 if able at the Van Wert YMCA
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From the library bookshelves

Honor a loved one; help the library
If you have been in the library lately, Given by: Kay Wilson Campanile ’M’ is for midway. Each page of illustrations
you may have noticed that we are ordering NON-FICTION is chuck-full of things to look at and a fun
less books, magazine, newspapers, CDs and The Complete Idiot’s Guide To Facebook Storm Prey – John Sandford way to learn or reinforce the alphabet.
DVDs. Since our funding was cut last year, – Joe Kraynak 61 Hours – Lee Child
As the largest online social meeting place,
along with every other library in the state, we
Facebook enables millions of users to easily
The First Men In: U.S. Paratroopers And Pop! The Invention of Bubble
have had to limit what we purchase. At our The Fight To Save D-Day – Ed Ruggero Gum by Meghan McCarthy
last board meeting, we discussed different connect and stay in touch with friends and Office Of Strate3gic Services 1942-45 –
family all over the world. And you can, too. Have you ever wondered about the inven-
ways to bolster the additions to the library Eugene Liptak tion of bubble gum? It’s really a fascinat-
and came up with a form for interested indi- Everything you need to know about Facebook Operation Mincemeat: How a Dead Man
is here in one handy place. Included in this ing story about the Fleer family and their
viduals who may want to help the library with and a Bizarre Plan Fooled the Nazis and Philadelphia gum factory in the 1920’s.
this cause. Donations from this project will guide are all the ins and outs of Facebook, Assured an Allied Victory – Ben Macintyre
from registering and setting up your profile to Though they secretly experimented for months
be used to purchase new books, magazines, Behind The Lines: The Oral History of and months, it was only with perseverance, a
or other materials that the donor specifies. uncovering all the bonus features Facebook Special Operations In W.W. II – Russell
has to offer, tips for tapping the power of secret ingredient and a big bottle of pink food
Books are also a great way to keep a loved Miller coloring that they finally proved successful.
one’s memory alive, or to honor a special Facebook for personal branding, marketing Oss: The Secret History Of America’s
a business, or promoting a worthy cause, The book’s picture book format makes this an
person or event. Forms will be available at the First Central Inteligence Agency – Richard easy but informative read.
library and on the library’s web site. guidance on ringing up sales in the Facebook Smith
Marketplace, and of course, advice on catch-
ing up with old friends.
In Memory Of: William R. Link Countdown by Deborah Wiles
12 new DVD titles were added to our Given By: Kay Wilson Campanile The book flap of this chapter book calls
collection this month: this a ‘documentary novel’. It’s 1962, JFK
The Bounty Hunter The 7 Secrets Of Synchronicity – FROM THE is president and he’s just announced that the
Clash Of The Titans Trish and Rob MacGregor Russians are putting nuclear war heads in
Coach There are signs everywhere, pointing the CHILDREN’S CORNER: Cuba. Closer to home, Franny Chapman is
Creation way to a better life, if you know how to read feuding with her best friend, her sister has dis-
Free Willy: Escape From Pirate’s Cove them. Signs are the stuff that synchronicity is Farm by Elisha Cooper appeared and to add a little fear into the mix,
The Last Of The Mohicans made of—harness the power of synchronicity, We never get tired of good books about her school regularly practices air-raid drills.
Percy Jackson & The Olympians and you can transform your life. The authors farms and farming at the Delphos library and Interspersed into the novel are
Rock Slyde: Private Eye reveal the seven secrets that allow you to rec- neither do our young patrons. Cooper snippets of song and speeches and
Romancing The Stone ognize synchronicity when it happens—and starts with the basics: a contemporary black and white
Remember Me make the most of it. You’ll learn to interpret couple of farmers, photos. I predict this will be
Rudy the meaning of signs you encounter every pickup trucks and among award winners for 2010.
The Stepford Wives day, and use such tools as the tarot, I-Ching, tractors, 2 barns,
countless cats, 1 dog
and astrology to understand your past, inform Best Friends Forever: A
FICTION your present, and guide your future. and 1 house, more
equipment and ani- World War II scrapbook
The Whisperers – John Connolly
When former NYPD homicide detective Blind Descent – James Tabor mals. Put them all by Beverly Patt
Charlie Parker looks into the suicide of an Long after every other ultimate discovery together and you have This heartwarming chap-
Iraq war veteran, he discovers that sev- had been made, the earth’s deepest cave was a…..farm! The illus- ter book is written entirely
eral members of the soldier’s unit have also a prize that remained unclaimed. trations look like they in journal entries and letters
killed themselves and that they may have T h e author deliv- could have been inspired between two friends: Dottie
by farm land just west Masuoka, who is Japanese
been involved in smuggling looted trea- ers the thrill-
of town. Kids who love American and Louise
sures into the U.S. Parker ing account Margaret Krueger. The
begins to fear that the of two rival books about farms will
get much entertainment book takes place begin-
returning soldiers have expeditions’ ning in April, 1942 when
brought back more relentless from this one.
Dottie and her family are
than their own personal search for being ‘relocated’ until the
demons. As he races to this super- A Fabulous Fair war is over. While the
find an antique golden cave—at Alphabet by two girls deal with the
box before it falls into once an Debra Frasier injustice of it all, time and the war
the wrong hands, Parker unfor- Fair season is upon us and marches on. Readers will enjoy the vintage
discovers that he’s being gettable this alphabet book highlights all the things photos, posters, advertisements and tokens
shadowed by the enigmatic story of we love about our county fairs, the food, rides, that accompany the letters; such as a band-aid
Collector, a repulsive killer discov- games, barns with animals, food (worth men- Louise sends Dottie as a testament to the hard
whose nature is as problem- ery and tioning twice). ‘C’ stands for cotton candy, work she did harvesting vegetables from their
atic as that of Parker him- adven- ‘F’ is for Ferris wheel, ‘H’ is for Holstein and Victory Garden.
self. t u r e
and an
Caper – Parnell Hall intimate por-
Poor Stanley Hastings. trayal of the men and women
After getting hired by a hit who risked everything in their pursuit of
man and nearly getting shot, the put- greatness.
upon PI needs some fun, so when a gorgeous
damsel in distress walks through his office Heart In The Right Place
door she seems just what the doctor ordered. – Carolyn Jourdan
The fair maiden turns out to be a married Carolyn Jourdan is an attorney on Capitol
mom who wants Stanley to find out why her Hill when her mother has a heart attack.
teenage daughter is skipping school. Playing Returning to the hills of Tennessee to help,
truant officer isn’t exactly Stanley’s idea of she temporarily fills in for her mother as her

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fun, but at least it should be easy. Stanley country doctor father’s receptionist. But days
being Stanley, nothing goes right, nothing is turn into weeks, and as she trades her designer
as it seems, bodies start to pile up, and faster suits for scrubs, follows hazmat regulations
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than you can say “fall guy,” guess who’s left for cleaning up bodily fluids, and learns who
holding the bag? Before the case is resolved, she can bill and who’s out of work, she begins
Stanley will be nostalgic for the good old to understand her father’s importance to the
days, when all he had to worry about was a people in this close-knit community—and
hit man. she learns that indeed, one person can make
a difference.
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www.delphosherald.com Saturday, August 7, 2010 The Herald –9

HI AND LOIS
Tomorrow’s Horoscope
By Bernice Bede Osol
Sunday, Aug. 8, 2010 accept. Select the one that will offer career situations. Be able to produce
you quality time with quality people. what you claim you can.
An entirely new, additional source of CANCER (June 21-July 22) - CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -
income might open up for you in the Going shopping with someone you Nothing you say is likely to get past
year ahead. It is apt to come about enjoy might not only be a fun thing listeners without scrutiny. If you
through the intervention of a friend to do, but there’s also a good chance want your views to be accepted, have
who has been lucky for you in the that you’ll come across many good the facts ready to back up everything
past and is destined to be so for you bargains you normally wouldn’t you claim.
once again. find. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - For Monday, Aug. 9, 2010 - Be extremely careful in your
unknown reasons, this could be one bookkeeping, so that mistakes aren’t
of your better problem-solving days. The probabilities for success look able to sneak in and wreak havoc
As you come up with the answers strong for you in the year ahead, with your affairs. Later, when it
you’re seeking, put them to work in two areas you consider to be matters, your books might show a
immediately and you’ll clear up
many issues.
extremely important. The first is
your work or career and the second
deficit instead of a profit.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) - BLONDIE
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - involves your social affairs. You’ll be You’re likely to be all on your own,
Something to which you feel entitled enriched in both of them. so be prepared. People who usually
but which has thus far been denied LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Unless you are there for you might not be in a
you might at last come through for are a self-made millionaire, don’t position to help, just when you need
you. It proves that you should never try to tell others how to mange their them the most.
give up on what you believe to be resources. You might mean well, but ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
yours. what you’re advising them could lead Get involved if you believe it to be
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - This is to a losing experience. necessary, but make sure you are
likely to be a more gratifying day VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - It’ll be doing so for the right reasons, such
for you if you participate in things important to remember that giving as helping someone who is getting
of your own choosing, not that you and taking is a two-way street. Be just picked on just because s/he is the
shouldn’t go along with another’s as enthusiastic about lending what underdog.
idea. But if you have a choice, do the you can as you are about receiving TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -
picking. loans from others. Practice moderations in all things, and
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) - You LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - If you won’t get in trouble. Indulging in
have something going for you that someone hires you for a specific job, excesses for any reason will result in
could give you a definite advantage make sure the terms are clearly laid problems, if not now, then down the
over others. It’s being in the right out and understood by all parties line.
place at the right time to make the involved. If either you or they GEMINI (May 21-June 20) - BEETLE BAILEY
most of certain situations everybody don’t understand what’s expected, There’s a good chance you’ll make
hopes to get. unfairness could be claimed. things harder on yourself by thinking
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) - Don’t everyone but you is getting all
- Be open-minded to the thinking of put too much stock in the promises of breaks. If you knew their problems,
others, but not submissive. Believe in braggarts or hotshots. What they have you wouldn’t want to switch places.
your own ideas and means of doing to offer might merely be something CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
things, while always keeping an eye they only wish they had or could Braggarts are the type of people you
open to what might be better. produce. find to be extremely unappealing,
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) - yet you could become one of them if
Although something important might It’s going to take a lot more then your you’re not careful. Be humble in the
be handled quite differently from charm and good looks to get you by telling of your exploits.
how you thought, causing you to the challenges of others, especially in Copyright 2010, United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
question it, bide your time. There’s a
good chance it will be a blessing.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) - If
you take the time to ponder a serious
matter before moving on it, you will
come up with a sensible decision
about how to proceed. Trust well- SNUFFY SMITH
thought-out conclusions.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -
Although Lady Luck will tend to
favor you, she is likely to operate
through an intermediary or even
someone totally unrelated to what
you’re doing. Different can be good.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
Solutions to whatever it is that is on
your mind can be found by discussing
the issues with family or friends. The
collective consensus of the majority
may hold the perfect answer.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - Well-
thought-out situations should work
out quite advantageously for you.
Speculative ideas, however, may take
a bit of discussion and figuring out
before you can them.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) - You’re
HAGAR THE HORRIBLE
likely have so many invitations
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10 – The Herald Saturday, August 7, 2010 www.delphosherald.com

United States
not creating
enough jobs
By JEANNINE AVERSA come faster.”
and CHRISTOPHER Job seekers face tough
S. RUGABER competition these days. On
The Associated Press average, there are 4.7 peo-
ple vying for each opening.
WASHINGTON — The That’s down from the peak
nation isn’t creating nearly of 6.3 last year, but more
enough jobs to reduce persis- than double the 1.8 unem-
tently high unemployment. ployed per opening when the
For the third straight recession began in December
month, the private sector 2007. Those who do have
hired cautiously in July. And jobs are working longer and
those meager gains in the job getting only scant increases
market were nearly wiped out in pay.
by tens of thousands of cuts at “Employers do not want
all levels of government. to take chances,” said Sung
Making matters worse: Won Sohn, an economist at
Many of the new jobs that California State University,
are being created do not pay Channel Islands.
well enough to significantly In particular, the economy
jump-start spending by shop- has struggled to add high-pay-
pers and stimulate the broader ing jobs, which help power
economy. the economy by putting more
The unemployment rate spending money in people’s
was stuck at 9.5 percent for pockets.
Photo by Stacy Taff
the second straight month,
the Labor Department said
So far this year, the econ-
omy has added only 117,000 Postal museum gets new signage
Friday. Analysts said it would high-paying jobs in industries
probably climb back into dou- such as construction, manu- Employees of Sign Pro of Lima, Sam Stokely and Bob Bryan, hang the new signage on the front of the newly
ble digits because the private facturing and mining. Over painted Delphos Museum of Postal History Friday afternoon.
sector is not creating jobs fast the past 12 months, it has lost
enough. 352,000 of these jobs.
Private employers reported
a net gain of 71,000 jobs for
The number of higher-
paying jobs in engineering Man tied to 2nd
July — far below the 200,000
it takes for the unemployment
and at law firms has fallen
over the past 12 months, too. prison killing
rate just to hold steady and
keep pace with the growing
Electrical engineers make an
average of about $41 an hour,
befriended
work force.
Counting the jobs that
lawyers $62.
Arthur Santa-Maria was
victim
were lost at the local, state laid off at Intel Corp. in 2007 By DENA POTTER
and federal levels in July, after 25 years as an engineer. The Associated Press
the net gain was only 12,000 Now, he’s selling refrigera-
jobs. And on top of that, tors at Sears and has all but NORFOLK, Va. — Robert
143,000 temporary jobs with given up on finding an engi- Gleason Jr. was already con-
the Census Bureau for the neering job, instead just try- victed of murdering two peo-
10-year population count ing to make a little money ple and vowed to kill again if
came to an end. before retiring. he wasn’t sentenced to death,
So far this year, state and After he lost his job, the but that didn’t bother his new
local governments wrestling 58-year-old landed some prison friend or the man’s
with budget shortfalls have interviews, but competition mother, who was confident
her son would be safe in the
shed 169,000 jobs. And fur- was fierce for every opening, state’s most secure prison.
ther losses are on the way — he said. He took the Sears Now authorities say
about 20,000 to 30,000 more job even though he is paid on Gleason’s new prison buddy
job cuts a month expected commission and has no health is his latest victim, and the
over the rest of the year, benefits. inmate’s mother is question-
despite $26 billion in federal “Usually, on Fridays and ing why prison officials didn’t
aid. todays I’ll make minimum take Gleason’s threat to kill
The weak report could wage, but beyond that, I don’t again seriously.
put pressure on the Federal even make lunch money So is Gleason.
Reserve to take new steps to because no one is spending “Now why did they put
boost the economy when it right now,” he said. me outside with other inmates
meets next week. The meager job growth after I killed an inmate and
Economists are especially in the economy has mainly I said what I said about if
concerned that the recovery is come from the lower-paying I don’t get the death pen-
losing momentum as it enters service sector, which has gen- alty,” Gleason wrote to The
the second half of this year, erated 513,000 jobs so far this Associated Press days after
when the benefits of most year. Examples of those jobs Cooper was killed on July
of the government’s stimulus are cashiers, who make an 28. “This place doesn’t make
spending will start to wear average of $9 an hour, and sense.”
off. hairdressers, who make $13. Gleason said he told inves-
For now, most of them That helps explain why tigators he killed 26-year-old
are betting the economy will Americans overall have Aaron Cooper because his Nancy Spencer photo
continue to grow, though at reined in their spending and prison lawyer told him he
would not get the death pen-
Rohr named Miss Marbletown first runner-up
a lackluster pace, through the will probably stay hesitant.
rest of this year. Some ana- In June, shoppers failed to alty when he’s sentenced later Marbletown Mayor Susie Teman presents Little Miss Marbletown first runner-
this month. He said he also up Kabryn Rohr with her sash and flowers.
lysts fear the recovery could boost their spending, and their was frustrated that he had sub-
fizzle altogether, though. incomes stagnated, the gov- mitted motions and subpoenas
“If we don’t see signifi-
cant job growth by the end of
the year, the economy could
ernment said this week. They
also saved more. The annual-
ized savings rate reached 6.4
to the court that had not been
addressed. 3 more traffic police killed in Baghdad
Gleason signed the let- By HAMZA HENDAWI out during those merciless “What they want is to
be in serious trouble,” said percent, the highest level in ter “The New and Improved
Bill Cheney, chief economist nearly a year — and triple The Associated Press 120 degree Fahrenheit (49 push us into quitting our
Boston Strangler.” degree Celsius) summer days jobs,” another member of the
at John Hancock. the rate in 2007, before the “You knew this man
President Barack Obama recession. BAGHDAD — A drive-by on streets that have for years force, Abu Mohammed, said
threatened to kill, and you shooting and a bomb hidden been among the world’s most
noted that the economy has About a quarter of the job gave him the opportunity to
as he took shelter from the
added private-sector jobs for gains this year have been at in a motorcycle killed three dangerous. The force does late morning sun under a tree
kill my son,” Kim Strickland
seven straight months but temporary help firms, accord- said in an interview days after
traffic policemen in Baghdad more than direct traffic or in an eastern Baghdad neigh-
said the progress “needs to ing to Moody’s Analytics. Cooper was killed. on Friday, taking to eight the issue tickets — it also brings borhood. “Already, I have
Cooper told his mother he number from the city’s force order to a city struggling to noticed that some of us did
Afghan police: 10 bodies and Gleason talked about God
and other things to pass the
killed this week, police and
hospital officials said.
regain normalcy after seven
years of violence.
not come to work today.”
The capital was without
The rash of killings sug- Members of the force
found in N Afghanistan time in the segregation unit
at Red Onion State Prison, a
supermax prison in the moun-
gested insurgents were tar-
geting traffic policemen spe-
have been killed in crossfire
shootings and bombings, but
traffic police for months after
its capture by U.S. forces in
2003 and the city’s unruly
By AMIR SHAH he said. tains of southwest Virginia. cifically for the first time there hasn’t previously been
since the insurgency began such a string of killings in motorists did as they pleased,
The Associated Press “We have seen the reports Gleason gave him stamps
and are actively working with in 2003. Iraqi security offi- which they were the intended driving on sidewalks and
and paper to write home,
KABUL, Afghanistan local authorities and others to and Gleason even wrote to cials said militants from al- victims. against incoming traffic. But
— The bodies of 10 people, learn more about the identities Strickland asking her to be his Qaida in Iraq or affiliated Five traffic cops were the traffic police, with the
including eight foreigners, and nationalities of these indi- pen pal. groups are likely behind the killed and 11 others wounded help of American troops,
were recovered Friday in a viduals,” said Caitlin Hayden, “I don’t want you thinking slayings, viewing the mostly on Tuesday and Wednesday have slowly begun to regain
remote area of Badakhshan a spokeswoman for the U.S. that I’m talking with a Satan unarmed personnel as easy by bombings targeting their control of the streets.
province in northern Embassy in Kabul. worshipper or the boogey- targets whose killing creates patrols and one attached to a “I am surprised that we are
Afghanistan, police said. In eastern Afghanistan, a man,” Cooper wrote to his a sense of lawlessness in police vehicle. A street booth being targeted,” said a traffic
Provincial police chief candidate in next month’s par- mother on June 24. “He’s just Iraq’s most heavily guarded used by traffic cops in east- police lieutenant in the west-
Gen. Agha Noor Kemtuz said liamentary elections, who was another guy locked up.” city. ern Baghdad was blown up ern Mansour area who identi-
the victims, who had been kidnapped by insurgents, was Just over a month later, Two traffic police were
found dead Friday along a
Thursday, but no one was fied himself as Abu Zahraa.
shot, were found next to three prosecutors say Gleason lured
bullet-riddled four-wheeled road in Ghazni province. killed in a drive-by shooting hurt. Nobody has claimed “Our only weapon is the pen
Cooper to the chain-link fence in a western Baghdad neigh- responsibility for the attacks.
drive vehicles in Kuran Wa Also in the east, 12 Afghan dividing their cages in the rec- we use to write tickets.”
Munjan district. He said two civilians and a NATO service borhood Friday in which
reation yard saying he had a gunmen used pistols fitted
Afghan men were found dead member were killed by road- gift: a gang necklace. Instead,
along with eight others — side bombs. it was a noose fashioned from
with silencers, police offi-
three women and five men The Taliban abducted the torn bed sheets that he used to cials said. A third was killed
— whose nationalities were candidate, Najib Gulstani, strangle Cooper, Wise County in central Baghdad by a bomb
not known. 10 days ago in the Qarabagh Commonwealth’s Attorney hidden in a parked motorcy-
It was unclear what the district of Ghazni province, Ron Elkins said. cle. The blast wounded four
group was doing in the forest- Kazim Allayar, the deputy Gleason, 40, is scheduled to others, they said. Answers to Friday’s questions:
ed area away from main routes provincial governor, said. be sentenced Aug. 31 for kill- All officials spoke on con- Fred Astaire’s screen test was assessed as, “Can’t act,
through the province. Relatives, assisted by Afghan ing another cellmate, Harvey dition of anonymity because can’t sing, slightly bald, can dance a little.”
Kemtuz speculated that soldiers, recovered his body Watson Jr., last year. At the they were not authorized to Tom Selleck, citing his commitment to his TV series
robbery could have been a Friday afternoon from the time, Gleason was already talk to the media. Magnum P.I., turned down the role of Dr. Indiana Jones
motive in the killings. side of road that runs between serving a life sentence for “We demand that we be in the 1981 movie Raiders of the Lost Ark.
“We couldn’t find any pass- Qarabagh and Ab Band dis- killing a man in 2007. Elkins given firearms to defend our- Today’s questions:
ports or anything,” he said. tricts, Allayar said. said he likely would wait until selves and our families,” said What was the first published Sherlock Holmes story
“Nothing was left behind.” Aziza Mysam, a member of after the sentencing later this a 35-year-old traffic police- written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle?
Villagers reported seeing parliament from Ghazni, said month to charge Gleason with man in the central Karradah What is the name of the poem which appears on the
foreigners traveling in four- members of the local council Cooper’s death. pedestal of the Statue of Liberty?
in Qarabagh told the governor
district who only gave his
wheeled drive vehicles in Strickland, like some
the area about 15 days ago, that the Taliban wanted two nickname, Abu Zeid. “Our Answers in Monday’s Herald.
of Watson’s family mem- life is difficult as it is without Today’s words:
Kemtuz said. About two days of their detainees released in bers, said she does not want
ago, villagers told police that exchange for the candidate. this on top.” Altiloquence: a pompous speech
Gleason to get the death pen- Baghdad’s traffic cops Pravity: physical deformity
they saw the vehicles aban- She said the governor refused alty — not out of mercy, but
doned and search crews were to entertain the exchange have one of the toughest
because being executed is jobs in the city. They are
sent to the area to investigate, offer. what he wants.