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New pavilion to impact economy


Allen County Fair Kick-off

BY CAITLIN EYTH Manager Jay Begg pre- fairgrounds and is projected


The Delphos Herald viewed the upcoming fair, to bring the county nearly $1
ceyth@delphosherald.com which will be the county’smillion dollars of economic
160th. impact. It’s also forecasted to
LIMA — The Allen “It’s hard to imagine what
generate $100,000 in addi-
County Fair doesn’t offi- it was like 160 years ago but
tional annual rental income.
cially start until next week we have evolved into quite the
“We already have a couple
but kicked off Thursday night event since then,” said Begg.
events booked for the coming
with its annual pre-fair dinner One of the big additions
years because we had this
at the fairgrounds. The event this year is the Schmidthorst
pavilion built,” Begg said.
was attended by those who Pavilion, which has been in The 500-seat facility will
make the fair possible from development for 5 years. be used for riding shows and
behind the scenes, as well as The pavilion is expected to
other events, including cattle
board members and others. bring many more events to the
shows, swap meets and con-
certs.
Construction is still ongo-
ing but Begg is confident it
will be ready in time for the
fair.
“It should be fit to ride
horses in by fair time,” he
said. “This will be a tre-
mendous asset to the junior
fair kids as well as the fair-
grounds as a whole.”
Construction was made
possible by $570,000 dollars
in private donations, includ-
ing $300,000 from Allen
Stacy Taff photos
and Carol Schmidthorst.
Remaining construction Allen County Jr. Fair Royalty were crowned at the kick-off dinner and were, from left,
funding was provided by the King Jason Lauf, Queen Kaley Core and Princesses Samantha Vermule of Delphos and
fair board. Claire McConnel.
On Aug. 20, there will be students receiving those alty were selected based on A king, queen and two
an official ribbon cutting at scholarships were Aubrey an application process, past princesses were crowned this
the pavilion at 4 p.m. and the Caudill, Ashley Gilroy, participation and contribu- year. The princesses were
dedication ceremony begins Nathan Haase, Aaron Swaney tions to the fair were also Samantha Vermule and Claire
at 9 p.m. and Calie Zwiebel. taken into account. Members McConnell. Jason Lauf and
Nathan Haase, left, receives a scholarship from Allen The fair board also The junior fair board con- of this year’s fair royalty Kaley Core were crowned
County Fair Manater and Secretar Jay Begg. Other announced the 2009 Allen cluded the kick off event with include, Taylor Edgington, king and queen.
scholarship winners were Aaron Swaney, Ashley Gilroy, County Agricultural a ceremony for junior fair Sarah Amstutz and Allie The Allen County Fair
Aubrey Caudill and Calie Zwiebel. Scholarship recipients. The royalty. Members of the roy- Averesch. runs Aug. 20-28.

Sports Curfew law curbs delinquency


Lady Jays set BY MIKE FORD sonal freedom. However,

Alumni Game
The Delphos Herald
mford@delphosherald.com
“... In general, he believes the curfew
law has been created by
The traditional St. John’s when they’re out the community in the inter-
girls soccer alumni game DELPHOS — Local
law stipulates those young-
after midnight, est of everyone who lives
here. Some good kids who
will be held 2 p.m. Saturday
at St. John’s High School. er than 14 years must be they’re not violate the law with no ill
This year it will be open inside after 10:30 every volunteering with intentions may feel they’re
to ANY graduates from St. night. Those between the
ages of 14 and 17 must the Peace Corps; treated unfairly. Fittro says
the police cannot distinguish
John’s High School that
were on the soccer team or be in by 11 p.m. except they’re out for truth from fiction unless the
club team. The alumni will for the midnight curfew
on Fridays and Saturdays.
a reason that is officer in question knows
the respective teenager.
be playing the 2010 Lady
Blue Jays soccer team. As local youth prepare for not a benefit to “I don’t mean that every
Come and join the fun! classes to resume, many
have “stretched” their free-
the community.” kid who’s out past curfew
is a bad kid. A lot of them
Lady Jay match
dom to enjoy the outdoors are good kids and some-

Motor Madness
File photo
cancelled — Delphos Police
The St. John’s girls golf in recent weeks. Chief Kyle Fittro times, they get ‘caught in
match scheduled for Monday Police Chief Kyle Fittro the net;’ they’re in viola-

in Fort Jennings
at Celina has been cancelled. says there has been a spike tion but they’re not doing
CYO volleyball reg- in curfew violations but that breaking into cars, vandal- anything other than being
istration planned often happens in late sum- izing property and drinking, out too late. From a police
There is a registration mer. which leads to other things. standpoint, how do you
“Recent curfew viola- In general, when they’re know? It’s very hard to Fort Jennings will host the 14th annual Motor Madness
meeting for any girls in Weekend today and Saturday.
the 4th-6th grade wish- tions are up but I don’t out after midnight, they’re tell because you don’t usu-
think it’s anything signifi- not volunteering with the ally catch them in the act Today
ing to participate in fall Cruise In/Car Show - 5 p.m.
CYO volleyball from cant; it comes and goes. Peace Corps; they’re out for of breaking into cars, for
Toward the end of sum- a reason that is not a benefit example; you just catch Burn Out Contest - 7 p.m.
6:30-7:15 p.m. Sunday at Duck Races - 8 p.m.
the St. John’s Annex. mer, they’re out and about, to the community,” he said. them out and 90 percent of
so we’re pretty strict on “If we were to be lenient the people you deal with lie (All of today’s events are held in downtown Fort
Please bring a par- Jennings between Water and Main streets.)
ent and registration fee of curfew. Some parents may with curfew, we would have to you. They’re not going
$40. Shirt fee is $10. say ‘it’s only curfew; it’s a bigger problems. We have to say ‘yes, officer. I have
minor violation, so why are found that many, many been breaking into cars; let Saturday
TODAY Lawn Mower Poker Run - Check-in at noon with the
Football you enforcing it so diligent- times, those who are caught me show you where they
ly? Why aren’t you focusing breaking into cars are also are’ and take you to them,” first mower out 1 p.m.
Scrimmages: St. Lawn Mower Races - 7 p.m.
John’s at Elida, 10 a.m. on other things?’ We have violating curfew. That’s he said.
found that when they’re why we’re strict.” The curfew law is not so Live music by Double Deed immediately following the
Boys Golf race at Fort Jennings Park.
Jefferson at Fort out after curfew, gener- Fittro said he is not dog- rigid that there is never an
ally speaking, they’re out matic or a proponent of (Saturday’s events are at Fort Jennings Park.)
Jennings, 10 a.m.
SATURDAY doing other things. They’re “big government” over per- See CURFEW, page 3

‘So You Think You Can


Football
Scrimmages: Jefferson
at Bath (moved from That’s a lot Dance’ fans pick Froderman
of slaw!
Delphos), 10 a.m.,; Shawnee
at Spencerville, 10 a.m.
LOS ANGELES (AP) pick up other styles, effort-
— Lauren Froderman lessly taking on hip-hop,
Forecast Sarah Moenter, 9, of had all the right moves on ballroom and Bollywood
Partly sunny Shenk Road received a “So You Think You Can routines throughout the
Saturday with cabbage plant from St. Dance.” seventh season. She also
chance of after- John’s third-grade teacher Viewer votes awarded deftly tackled a wardrobe
noon show- Sr. Tina at the end of school the 18-year-old recent malfunction — a dangly
ers, storms. in May. She presented this high school graduate broken dress strap — while
High in low 13-pound cabbage to her from Phoenix the title performing a Broadway
90s. See page 2. grandma, Minnie Moenter, of “America’s Favorite number during the third
this week to make cooked Dancer” and the $250,000 week of competition.
Index cabbage and slaw. Sarah is grand prize. Froderman Before Froderman’s
the daughter of Fred and bested 18-year-old runner- crowning, the finale fea-
Obituaries 2 up Kent Boyd of Botkins tured performances from
Stephanie Moenter.
State/Local 3 and 19-year-old third-place dance troop Quest Crew,
Politics 4 finisher Robert Roldan of 7-year-old tap dancer Luke
Community 5 Thousand Oaks, Calif., on Spring and a duet between
Sports 6 the Fox dancing contest’s hip-hop dancer Stephen
Church 7 live finale Thursday. “tWitch” Boss and talk
“I have been working show host Ellen DeGeneres.
Classifieds 8 my whole life for some- The former “American
TV 9 thing like this,” Froderman Idol” judge held her own
World News 10 said. in the fast-pumping, ther-
The bubbly contempo- apy-themed routine set to
Nancy Spencer photo rary jazz dancer was best “Outta Your Mind” by Lil’
known for her ability to Jon and LMFAO.
2 – The Herald Friday, August 13, 2010 www.delphosherald.com

For The Record


Russia: Iran’s nuclear OBITUARY India eyes
Google, Skype
The Daily
Herald
plant to get fuel next week in security Vol. 141 No. 53
Nancy Spencer, editor

crackdown
Ray Geary, business manager
By VLADIMIR Russian officials say, President Ali Akbar Salehi, Don Hemple, advertising
ISACHENKOV however, that U.N. sanctions who is also the head of the manager
The Associated Press against Iran, including a new, Atomic Energy Organization MUMBAI, India (AP) — Tiffany Brantley,
more stringent set approved of Iran, as saying that the coun- India may ask Google and circulation manager
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia in June, don’t directly prevent try had invited International Skype for greater access to William Kohl, general manager/
will load fuel into Iran’s first Moscow from going ahead Atomic Energy Agency encrypted information once Eagle Print
it resolves security concerns The Daily Herald (USPS 1525
nuclear power plant next with the Bushehr project. It experts to watch the transfer
with BlackBerrys, which are 8000) is published daily except
week despite U.S. demands to has argued that the Bushehr of fuel, which was shipped Sundays and Holidays.
prevent Iran obtaining nucle- project is essential for per- about two years ago, into the now under threat of a ban,
according to a government By carrier in Delphos and
ar energy until the country suading Iran to cooperate Bushehr reactor. area towns, or by rural motor
proves that it’s not pursuing with the U.N. nuclear watch- “Fuel complexes are document and two people
route where available $2.09 per
a weapons capacity, officials dog and fulfill its obligations sealed (and being monitored familiar with the discus- week. By mail in Allen, Van
said today. under international nuclear by IAEA). Naturally, IAEA sions. Wert, or Putnam County, $105
Uranium fuel shipped by nonproliferation agreements. inspectors will be there to Angela Joy (Crow) The 2008 terror attacks in per year. Outside these counties
Russia will be loaded into the Russian officials did not watch the unsealing,” ISNA Mumbai, which were coor-
Bushehr reactor on Aug. 21, say why they had decided to quoted Salehi as saying. Bowersock dinated with satellite and
$119 per year.
Entered in the post office
beginning a startup process that move ahead with loading fuel Russia has said that the Jan. 4, 1943 - Aug. 12, 2010 cell phones, helped prompt a in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
will last about a month and end into the Bushehr plant now. Bushehr project has been Angela Joy (Crow) sweeping security review of Periodicals, postage paid at,
with the reactor sending elec- The uranium fuel used by closely supervised by the Bowersock, 67, of Delphos, telecommunications ahead of Ohio.
tricity to Iranian cities, Russian the Bushehr plant is enriched U.N. nuclear watchdog, which died at 3:51 a.m. Thursday at the Commonwealth Games, No mail subscriptions will
her residence surrounded by to be held in New Delhi in be accepted in towns or villages
and Iranian officials said. to a level too low to be used declined comment today. It
her family. October. where The Daily Herald paper
“From that moment the in an nuclear weapon. Iran also says Iran has signed a carriers or motor routes provide
Bushehr plant will be official- is already producing uranium pledge to ship all the spent She was born Jan. 4, 1943, On July 12, officials
in North Baltimore to Herman from India’s Department daily home delivery for $2.09
ly considered a nuclear-ener- enriched to that level — about uranium fuel from Bushehr per week.
gy installation,” said Sergei 3.5 percent — and has started back to Russia for reprocess- and Gladys (Nungester) Crow. of Telecommunications
405 North Main St.
Novikov, a spokesman for the a pilot program of enriching ing, excluding a possibility On Sept. 1, 1962, she mar- met with representatives of TELEPHONE 695-0015
Russian nuclear agency, told uranium to 20 percent. Iran that any of it could used to ried Rex Bowersock, who sur- three telecom service pro- Office Hours
The Associated Press. claims it needs the 20 percent make nuclear weapons. vives in Delphos. vider groups to discuss inter- 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Russia signed a $1 billion enriched uranium to produce Russia has walked a fine Survivors include two sons, ception and monitoring of POSTMASTER: Send address
contract to build the Bushehr fuel for a medical research line on Iran for years. It is Dean (Jodi) Bowersock of encrypted communications changes
plant in 1995 but it has reactor, but the move has fur- one of the six powers lead- Delphos and Aaron (Martina) by security agencies. to THE DAILY HERALD,
dragged its feet on completing ther heightened international ing international efforts to Bowersock of Nashville, “There was consensus that 405 N. Main St.
the project. concerns about its nuclear ensure Iran does not develop Tenn.; two daughters, Dawn there are more than one type Delphos, Ohio 45833
Moscow has cited tech- program. an atomic bomb. It has backed (Larry) Trentman of Defiance of service for which solutions
and Erica (John) Pimpas of are to be explored,” accord-
WEATHER
nical reasons for the delays, Uranium must be enriched U.N. sanctions, but strongly
but analysts say Moscow has to over 90 percent to be used criticized the U.S. and the Delphos; four sisters, Darlene ing to a copy of the minutes
(Carl) Hall of Wapakoneta, of the meeting obtained by
used the project to press Iran
to ease its defiance over its
in a nuclear warhead.
Iran’s semiofficial ISNA
European Union for following
up with separate, even stron- Alberta Graeser of Ashville, The Associated Press. “Some Delphos weather
nuclear program. news agency quoted Vice ger sanctions. N.C., Gloria (William) Herr of of them are BlackBerry, The high temperature

Officials testing seal at BP’s busted Gulf well


Bluffton and Pamela (Preston) Skype, Google etc. It was Thursday in Delphos was
Place of Spencerville; two decided first to undertake the 86 and the low was 69. A
brothers, Herman (Kay) issue of BlackBerry and then year ago today, the high was
By TOM BREEN the well. testing shows it’s needed. Crow Jr. of Wapakoneta and the other services.” 86 and the low was 54. The
The Associated Press Retired Coast Guard Last month, after a cap Paul (Dawn) Crow of Lima; “They have clear- record high for today is 98, set
Adm. Thad Allen, the Obama meant to be temporary was grandchildren Taylor and ly instructed us that after in 1936 and the record low of
NEW ORLEANS — In administration’s point man fitted on top of the broken Brett Bowersock, Gabrielle, BlackBerry, they are going 46 was set in 1967.
the strongest indication yet on the oil spill, said at a well and halted the oil flow, Jessica and Sophia Pimpas to take to task Google, WEATHER FORECAST
that BP’s broken oil well in news conference that an ear- crews pumped in mud and and Grace Bowersock; in-laws Skype and similar services Tri-county
the Gulf of Mexico may be lier effort to temporarily plug cement from above in a so- Randy (Gloria) Bowersock that bypass the monitor- The Associated Press
plugged for good, officials on the well may have had the called “static kill.” Some of and Rhonda (Ron) Illyes; and ing department of India,” TONIGHT: Mostly clear.
Thursday said they’re con- unintended effect of creating the cement may have gone many nieces and nephews. said Rajesh Chharia, presi- Lows around 70. Southeast
ducting tests to determine if a permanent seal. down into the reservoir, come She was preceded in death dent of the Internet Service winds around 5 mph.
further work to seal the well However, he cautioned it’s back up and plugged the space by a sister, Dolores Hanes; Providers Association of SATURDAY: Partly
is needed. more likely that drilling will between the inner piping and and parents-in-law W.B. and India, who attended the sunny. A chance of show-
A final decision was continue on two relief wells, the outer casing — which is Margaret Bowersock. meeting. “According to the ers and thunderstorms in the
expected Friday on whether which have long been said what engineers were hoping Mrs. Bowersock was a law, they have to allow mon- afternoon. Highs in the lower
crews need to go ahead with to be the only way to ensure to do with the bottom kill, bookkeeper for many busi- itoring.” 90s. South winds 5 to 10 mph.
drilling relief wells to allow the blown-out well doesn’t Allen said. nesses. She held membership The officials’ immediate Chance of rain 30 percent.
for a so-called “bottom kill,” leak again. That work has “A bottom kill finishes this with Trinity United Methodist concern was the BlackBerry, SATURDAY NIGHT:
in which mud and cement been delayed because of bad well. The question is whether Church, Eastern Star, Green but they also plan to look at Partly cloudy in the evening
are pumped from deep under- weather and wouldn’t resume Thumb Garden Club, Trinity Google and other companies becoming mostly cloudy. A
ground to permanently seal for about another four days, if See GULF, page 3 United Methodist Women, that use encryption for e-mail chance of showers and thun-
Sister in Song Sweet Adelines and messaging services, said
Turkey discovers ancient underground tomb
derstorms. Lows in the lower
and was a past senior high Rajan Mathews, director gen- 70s. South winds 5 to 10 mph.
youth fellowship leader for eral of the Cellular Operators Chance of rain 50 percent.
By SUZAN FRASER digging illegally for antiqui- and sold in the illegal antiqui- Trinity United Methodist Association of India, who EXTENDED FORECAST
The Associated Press ties and discovered two tun- ties trade, the ministry said. Church and past Cub Scout was briefed on the meeting. SUNDAY: Partly sunny
nels leading to an underground A court has arrested and leader. She was a loving wife, Google and Skype said with a chance of showers and
ANKARA, Turkey — tomb that housed an ancient charged five of 10 people mother, grandma, sister and Friday they haven’t received thunderstorms. Highs in the
Police have raided a house marble coffin and frescoes, detained in the raid, the state- friend. She dedicated her life any notices from the govern- upper 80s. Southwest winds 5
used by people suspected of officials said today. run Anatolia news agency to her children and grandchil- ment. to 10 mph. Chance of rain 50
Culture Minister Ertugrul reported. dren, never missing an event The Home Ministry said percent.
Gunay described the discov- Anatolia, which was and loved spending time with present talks involve only SUNDAY NIGHT: Partly
ery near the town of Milas, in allowed to enter the tomb, said them. She also enjoyed out- BlackBerry maker, Canada- cloudy in the evening becom-
western Turkey, as an “impor- the suspects had dug two tun- ings with her siblings. She based Research In Motion. ing mostly clear. A chance of
tant archaeological find” and nels — 6 and 8 meters (yards) never missed an Allen County “We are talking only showers and thunderstorms.
ordered digs in surrounding long, from the house and an Fair, where she met the love to BlackBerry,” minis- Lows in the mid 60s. Chance
areas, Haber Turk newspaper adjacent barn, leading to the of her life, Rex. She enjoyed try spokesman D.R.S. of rain 50 percent.
reported. tomb that is buried some 10 flower gardening and vaca- Chaudhary said Friday. “Not MONDAY, TUESDAY:
Looting of ancient artifacts meters (yards) deep. tions at the beach with her to Google or others.” Mostly clear. Highs in the mid
is common in Turkey, and the They used sophisticated family and friends. She never On Thursday, India threat- 80s. Lows in the lower 60s.
country has imposed heavy equipment to drill through the met a stranger. She welcomed ened to ban BlackBerry ser- WEDNESDAY: Partly
penalties to deter illegal digs. thick marble walls of the tomb and loved many of her “extra” vices unless the device’s cloudy. Highs in the lower
But the Milas discovery is the and were working to remove kids into their home along manufacturer makes them 80s. Lows in the lower 60s.
first time in years that authori- the coffin from the under- with two special exchange accessible to its security
ties have found what could
be an important archaeological
ground chamber when they
were detained, according to the
students, Klaus and Jeppe
from Denmark.
agencies by Aug. 31.
Today, Research In LOCAL PRICES
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coffin, decorated with reliefs of this (archaeological find) had United Methodist Church, the Home Ministry officials in Beans: $10.82
a bearded reclining man, prob- been discovered through our Rev. David Howell officiating. New Delhi to try to avoid
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STATE/LOCAL
Briefs Ohio receives $148M Survey seeks public feed-
back on improving Ohio’s
Court approves
$238K for man more in foreclosure 312-mile Lake Erie coast

prevention assistance
SANDUSKY – How can sored by ODNR’s Office of
freed by DNA we make your Lake Erie
experience better? This
Coastal Management and
its Division of Wildlife’s
COLUMBUS (AP) — An is the question four Ohio Old Woman Creek National
Ohio court has approved a agencies who work togeth- Estuarine Research Reserve
nearly $238,000 state settle- er to improve Lake Erie in addition to the Ohio Sea
ment with a man who spent a COLUMBUS — The recognized the outstanding are asking people who live, Grant and Ohio Lake Erie
quarter-century in prison until
he was cleared by a DNA
Obama Administration today
announced that the Ohio “Having potential of Ohio’s plan to
help unemployed and under-
work and play along Ohio’s
312-mile coast, according
Commission.
The agencies’ goal is to
test.
Sixty-two-year-old Joseph
Housing Finance Agency additional employed borrowers by to the Ohio Department work with coastal visitor
of Natural Resources bureaus, metropolitan park
Fears Jr. had been in prison
(OHFA) will receive an addi-
tional $148 million through resources will awarding us an additional
$148 million in funding,” (ODNR). districts, watershed groups,
since 1983 for two rapes when
he was released last year. At
the Housing Finance Agency provide even said Kimberly Zurz, Director The Lake Erie Ohio non-government organiza-
Public Access/Visitation tions and communities to
that time, prosecutors said
(HFA) Innovation Fund for
the Hardest-Hit Housing more options for of the Ohio Department of
Commerce and the OHFA Survey seeks to gather data improve Lake Erie access
new DNA testing on evidence
in one rape linked the crime
Markets (the Hardest-Hit families facing Board Chairperson. “These on perception and satis- and amenities based on the
Fund). directed resources will make faction levels with public survey results. By basing
to a Michigan prisoner, who Ohio is one of 17 states the devastation a significant impact across access to Ohio’s portion of public access improve-
had died. They said under-
wear collected from the victim
and the District of Columbia of foreclosure.” the state and help thousands Lake Erie, visitation hab-
its of Ohio residents and
ments on user feedback, it
is hoped visitation to Lake
that will share $2 billion in of people who desperately
of the other contained no male new federal assistance to help need assistance while they tourists, and activities that Erie will increase, result-
DNA. homeowners. The funding is — OHFA Executive are looking for jobs.” people like to participate in ing in positive impacts to
Fears was one of 30 inmates being allocated to states that Director Doug Garver Additional states to receive while visiting. coastal communities’ econ-
profiled in a 2008 series by have experienced sustained funding include: Alabama, Open until September 17, omies.
The Columbus Dispatch, unemployment rates at or 29 for a total of $320 mil- California, Florida, Georgia, the survey can be accessed The Ohio Department of
which examined cases where above the national average lion. Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, online by visiting ohiodnr. Natural Resources ensures
applications for new DNA over the last 12 months. “This additional federal Michigan, Mississippi, com/coastal and selecting a balance between wise use
testing had been held up. OHFA will use the fund- funding from the Obama Nevada, New Jersey, North the “Public Access Survey: and protection of our natu-
Weeks after he regained ing to help unemployed Administration will be a Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Ohio Lake Erie Visitation” ral resources for the ben-
his freedom, Fears sued the and underemployed hom- huge help to Ohio families Island, South Carolina and icon. efit of all. Visit the ODNR
state. eowners pay their mort- and children in need,” Ohio Tennessee. The program The online survey is spon- Web site at www.ohiodnr.
The settlement still needs gage as they seek work, Governor Ted Strickland will provide additional funds
an OK from a panel of Ohio expanding unemployment said. “The Ohio Hardest- to nine of the 10 HFAs
lawmakers. bridge loan programs Hit Fund plan is dedicat- already participating in the
Ohio 2-yr. old ed to keeping thousands of

SEIZE
under general requirements Hardest-Hit Fund includ-
Ohioans in their homes and
dies in hot car,
established by the U.S.
Department of Treasury. we will be able to assist
far more people with the
ing: California, Florida,
Michigan, Nevada, North THE
sister in hospital
Ohio’s Hardest-Hit Fund
proposal was approved increase in funding.”
Carolina, Oregon, Rhode
Island and South Carolina. DAY’S
MEDINA (AP) —
by Treasury on August 4
and includes four program
OHFA will continue
working with the Save the
Dream Ohio partners and
“Through OHFA’s partial
mortgage loan payment pro- SPORTS NEWS.
Authorities in northeast Ohio options for struggling hom- gram, this funding will pro-
say a 2-year-old girl found eowners including: Rescue organizations throughout the vide stability to struggling
in a hot car has died, and Payment Assistance, state to administer the fed- borrowers and to Ohio’s Get a hold on the sports world when you read the newspaper.
the 3-year-old sister who was Partial Mortgage Payment eral funds. Save the Dream housing market,” said OHFA We bring you complete coverage of sports events and scores, so

Ohio, introduced in March


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with her is hospitalized. Assistance, Modification Executive Director Doug
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Baca says during a search of which must be used for the and pro-bono associations to
the York Township neigh- Partial Mortgage Payment help Ohioans facing foreclo- The Ohio HHF plan will
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a door not completely closed vide temporary assistance need. ers who are in need of imme-
on her car. The children were for unemployed homeown- “OHFA and Save the diate assistance should visit Dr. Shawn Ward
inside. ers while they seek re- Dream Ohio partners have the Save the Dream Ohio and Dr. Dennis Morris
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pronounced dead at a hospi- new job. Ohio was previ- homeowners who are strug- dream.ohio.gov or call the
tal. Baca says her sister was ously allocated $172 mil- gling to stay in their homes. toll-free hotline at 888-404- West Central Ohio
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POLITICS “The great business of life is to be, to do, to do without, and to depart.”
— John, Viscount Morley of Blackburn, English journalist (1838-1923)

White House: US can


end Iraq combat role
By TOM RAUM cials said an uptick in vio- Joe Biden and Christopher
The Associated Press lence as August 31 draws Hill, the U.S. ambassador
nearer was expected. They to Iraq, on Iraq’s troubled
WASHINGTON — blamed it on the start of the efforts to form a new govern-
President Barack Obama is monthlong Islamic obser- ment.
satisfied that the United States vance of Ramadan, and on Biden’s national security
can safely end its combat role attempts by factions to fur- adviser, Tony Blinken, said
in Iraq at the end of this ther complicate efforts to frustration is building among
month and meet the deadline form a coalition government the Iraqis over failure to
for removing all U.S. troops and by some militants to cre- form a coalition government.
from the country by the end ate the appearance that they “There is a sense of urgency
of 2011, White House offi- were running the U.S. out of to move forward and get a
cials said Wednesday. the country. government formed,” he said.
Obama was briefed on the Ongoing attacks against “We really believe there is
status of the withdrawal from Iraq’s security forces come as forward movement. But it’s
Iraq by his national security the U.S. is moving to reduce not up to us.”
team and the top U.S. com- its troop levels to 50,000 by In a National Public Radio
mander in Iraq. White House the end of August. interview from Baghdad ear-
spokesman Robert Gibbs “There continue to be ter- lier in the day, Hill said the
Latinos watch said the president was also rorists in Iraq. There con- pace of political progress has

IT WAS NEWS THEN


brought up to date on so far tinue to be acts of violence,” quickened in recent weeks
Spanish TV unsuccessful efforts by Iraq
to form a new government
Deputy National Security
Adviser Ben Rhodes told a
and that “things may be head-
ing in the right direction”
WASHINGTON (AP) — five months after national group of reporters. “They even though “more needs to
One Year Ago An automobile technician by elections. have not affected the positive be done.”
• New events and returning favorites are shaping up for day, Miguel Ramirez often White House officials
Obama met with Secretary trends” happening in Iraq and sought to blunt suggestions
the 2009 Canal Days celebration Sept. 17-20 in downtown returns home in a mostly white of State Hillary Rodham the overall level of violence
Delphos. Jeff McDougle and Diane Hines of the Rolling Dallas suburb to a world of that the end of 2011 deadline
Clinton, Defense Secretary is lower than it has been in for removing all remaining
Thunder Chapter 6 of Delphos discussed bringing the Vietnam romantic telenovelas, futbol Robert Gates, national secu- the past, Rhodes said.
or the latest U.S. news on troops might be impossible
Veterans Memorial Traveling Wall on Saturday of Canal Days. rity adviser James Jones and, Gibbs said Odierno told to meet.
The group will also have a float in the parade on Sunday. Spanish-language TV. by videoconference, the U.S. Obama the security situation
“When there is a Mexican “All systems in the U.S.
commander in Iraq, Gen. Ray has continued to improve and government are getting down
25 Years Ago — 1985 soap opera that is really juicy, Odierno. that Iraqi forces are fully pre-
my wife and her mother are so to...there will be no troops
• Area midget football team members were on hand in “The president heard pared to take over. (in Iraq) after 2011,” said
Mayor Harold Wieging’s office when he declared Aug. 17 focused on watching you can’t
talk to them,” Ramirez, 52, directly from General Obama has vowed both Rhodes. He said an exception
Delphos Midget Football Saturday. Activities that day for the Odierno, who said that we to end the official U.S. com- would be security forces to
boys include a bake sale downtown and a door-to-door sale of of Frisco, Texas, said with a
chuckle. “It’s a chance for my were on target to complete bat mission on schedule and protect the U.S. embassy in
French pizza rolls and booster tickets by team members. young daughters to watch and our drawdown by the end to move all remaining U.S. Baghdad.
• Jenny Reinemeyer of Delphos finished 139th out of 186 learn since they don’t get to of August. Already we have troops off Iraqi soil by the In the meantime, he said,
participants in the third annual Kewpee-YMCA Triathlon held speak Spanish in school.” removed over 80,000 troops end of 2011, a timetable set “50,000 troops are capable of
at Lake Cody, Lima. She finished in 2:51:58. Winning time An Associated Press- from Iraq since President in an agreement with the Iraqi accomplishing a great deal,”
was 2:09:33 by Mark Elderbrock of Columbus. Jenny finished Univision poll finds many Obama took office,” Gibbs government. even though the U.S. mission
fourth in her age group, 30-34. U.S. Hispanics who, like the said. The president also received will change on Sept. 1 to one
• Cadet Richard D. Tavenner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ramirez family, mainly speak Gibbs and other U.S. offi- an update from Vice President of support.
Tavenner of Fort Jennings, has completed a U.S. Air Force

Pelosi stumps for Democrats


English are turning to Spanish-
ROTC field training encampment at Vandeberg Air Force language TV and radio. The
Base, Calif. Tavenner is a student at Miami University, main appeal: sports and enter-
Oxford, Ohio. tainment, a cultural connection
and a nagging feeling among By CHARLES erful figures in Washington. debt at every turn,” adding,
50 Years Ago —1960 some Latinos that English- BABINGTON But most could stroll streets “Rubber-stamping Nancy
• Rotarians were again given a real treat at the regular meet- language media portray them The Associated Press outside their district without Pelosi’s far-left agenda hasn’t
ing with the showing of one of the latest films on the finishing negatively. being recognized. (Think worked.”
of contact lenses. The picture gave in detail the operations The enduring interest in WASHINGTON — Dennis Hastert, Tom Foley, Republicans make similar
of this new machine which is in operation at the Dr. Miller Spanish media has helped fuel The big political bull’s-eye Jim Wright.) claims in other states.
office in Delphos. The picture was shown by Dr. Clint Miller a surge of Spanish marketing on House Speaker Nancy That’s not true of Pelosi. Robert Hurt, trying to oust
who was in charge of the program of the day. Louis Scherger, in a bid to reach the fast-grow- Pelosi’s back isn’t keeping She has attracted attention Rep. Tom Perriello in a cen-
president of the club, was in charge. Club singing was under ing U.S. Latino demographic her from campaigning for as the first woman to hold tral Virginia contest, calls his
the direction of Ralph Best. Guests at the meeting included Ed. of 48 million people — from Democratic candidates in the post and as a fierce tac- opponent the “poster child for
Payton, Lima; Bob Parke, St. Marys; Jack Kerns, Celina; Jack Spanish music and college several states, even if she tician who cajoles, charms Nancy Pelosi’s policies.”
Rodner and John Manning of Van Wert and Paul Caruthers, recruiting to a bit of politics — avoids some of the most con- and strong-arms colleagues Opponents of Rep. Frank
merchandise manager of Krey Packing of St. Louis. even as many cities and states servative regions. to enact difficult bills such as Kratovil, D-Md., display
consider English-only policies Pelosi will attend fund- this year’s health care over- bumper stickers saying
amid a contentious immigra- raisers this month in Houston haul. “Kratovil (equals) Pelosi.”
75 Years Ago — 1935
tion debate. and Dallas, plus make a joint Politicians say she has In Alabama, GOP chal-
• The A.C. and Y. is adding men to its force of track work- “In the political world,
ers. The gang which started this work at Delphos and has now appearance Aug. 16 with extraordinarily high name lenger Martha Roby says
there is this angst,” said Jose President Barack Obama in recognition, and many con- Democratic Rep. Bobby
carried it to Columbus Grove, where they are now laying the Cancela, author of “The Power
new steel. A similar gang started at Carey and is working this Los Angeles. She recently sider her divisive. Bright “might be a fine per-
of Business en Espanol” and
way. When the two gangs meet completing their work, the headlined a fundraiser in A new poll by NBC son, but he supported Mrs.
a 30-year veteran of Spanish-
A.C. & Y. will have a greatly improved track between Delphos language radio and television. Santa Fe for New Mexico’s News and The Wall Street Pelosi.”
and Carey. “But the business and multi- three House Democrats, Journal found that 21 per- If elected, Roby says, one
• In a game played at Rockford before the smallest crowd of national world understand: To two of whom face tough cent of Americans approve of her first acts will be to vote
the season, 12 in all, Rockford whitewashed Fort Jennings to be engaged with the consumer Republican challengers who of Congress while 72 percent to remove Pelosi as speaker.
the tune of 2 to 0. The game was a great pitching duel between you want to use every opportu- criticize their ties to the disapprove. Five times more It’s a surefire applause line at
Lefty Mack and Schnipp, who also throws from the portside. nity to create a touch point.” speaker. people have “very nega- Republican gatherings.
Mack gave up six hits while Schnipp gave only four. The nationwide poll, also That Aug. 3 event under- tive” feelings about Pelosi Democratic spokeswom-
• Frank A. Friemoth of Delphos is one of 11 Ohio game war- sponsored by The Nielsen scored the double-edged than “very positive” feelings, an Jennifer Crider said she
dens to be dismissed because their jobs have been abolished. Company and Stanford nature of Pelosi visits. but one-third of those polled doesn’t think the anti-Pelosi
Six of those discharged were Democrats, three Republicans University, found U.S. Latinos No Democrat except were neutral or had no opin- strategy will work. Similar
and two listed themselves as independents. spent at least some time each Obama raises more money, ion about her. efforts failed in 2006 and
day — in many cases, several say party officials, who credit Nonetheless, the speaker 2008, she said, because vot-
Pelosi with pulling in $189 will attend more than 35 ers care mainly about issues
Moderately Confused hours — consuming Spanish-
language media. They included million since 2003. But she fundraising and message in their district and the choice
almost 90 percent of Hispanics also is the GOP’s favor- events during the August between two candidates on
who mostly speak Spanish ite target this year, eclips- recess, her office said. They their ballot.
who watched TV and roughly Some Democrats say the
ing even the president in the include several events in her attacks on Pelosi have a whiff
75 percent who listened to guilt-by-association tactic district and other California
Spanish radio. of sexism, and female voters
that Republicans are using in communities. But some are may push back if Republicans
Among Latinos who spoke dozens of races. in less-friendly settings,
mostly English, about 4 in go too far.
As a result, some including Texas, Las Vegas, Democratic leaders with
10 said they turned to either Democrats like to collect Milwaukee, Louisville, Ky.,
Spanish TV or Spanish radio lower profiles and more mod-
their money with a minimum and Portland, Ore. erate records can go into dis-
for news, entertainment or of public interaction with the Candidates who embrace
sports, which recently included tricts that Pelosi will avoid.
liberal from San Francisco. Pelosi can expect some For instance, House Majority
the World Cup soccer champi-
onships — won this year by
At the Santa Fe event, qui- whacks. Rep. Martin Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md.,
Spain. etly held in a private home, Heinrich, D-N.M., who is spending August cam-
English-speaking Latinos “Democrats weren’t saying attended the speaker’s Santa paigning for candidates in
also were somewhat skeptical much about the visit,” the Fe event, faces Republican Pennsylvania, New York,
of English-language news and Albuquerque Journal report- Jon Barela. Barela recently North Carolina, Mississippi,
programs. About 35 percent ed. accused Heinrich of support- Kansas and Washington
said English media portrayed House speakers are pow- ing “runaway spending and state.

Judge doubts gay marriage ban


Hispanics mostly in a negative
way, nearly three times the
share who said it was most-
ly positive. Still, 50 percent By PAUL ELIAS ing his ruling. basis late Thursday.
of Hispanics considered the and LISA LEFF By contrast, same-sex cou- They argued the appeals
English-language media neu- The Associated Press ples are being denied their court should grant a stay of
tral. constitutional rights every day Walker’s order requiring state
“In the movie programs, it’s SAN FRANCISCO they are prohibited from mar- officials to cease enforcing
like the bad guy has a Spanish (AP) — The federal judge rying, Walker said. Proposition 8 “to avoid the
name like Carlos who is from who overturned California’s The ban’s backers “point to confusion and irreparable
’the hood’ or the slums, or same-sex marriage ban has harm resulting from a ’cloud injury that would flow from
the characters are maids,” more bad news for the mea- of uncertainty’ surround- the creation of a class of pur-

LETTERS TO said Damaris Marrero, 34, a


home health aide from Puerto
Rico who lives in Oviedo, Fla.
sure’s sponsors: he not only is
unwilling to keep gay couples
from marrying beyond next
ing the validity of marriages
performed after judgment
is entered but before propo-
ported same-sex marriages.”
Depending on how the
9th Circuit rules, same-sex
THE EDITOR “They never portray Spanish Wednesday, he doubts the nents’ appeal is resolved,” he couples could begin tying the
people who are successful and ban’s backers have the right said. “Proponents have not, knot in California as early
who live a good life.” to challenge his ruling. however, argued that any of as next week or be put off
The Delphos Herald welcomes letters to the editor. Letters Chief U.S. District Judge them seek to wed a same-sex while the appeal works its
Ramirez says he will some-
should be no more than 400 words. The newspaper reserves times flip to a Spanish channel Vaughn R. Walker on spouse.” way through the court and
the right to edit content for length, clarity and grammar. Let- to get a different news take on Thursday rejected a request Walker gave opponents of potentially the U.S. Supreme
ters concerning private matters will not be published. the Latino community. to delay his decision strik- same-sex marriage until Aug. Court as well.
Failure to supply a full name, home address and daytime “From what I see most of ing down Proposition 8 from 18 at 5 p.m. to get a ruling from California voters passed
phone number will slow the verification process and delay the time on English TV, it’s taking effect until high courts the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Proposition 8 as a state con-
publication. always about Hispanics and can take up an appeal lodged Appeals on whether gay mar- stitutional amendment in
Letters can be mailed to The Delphos Herald, 405 N. Main immigration, and how we’re by its supporters. One of the riages should start before the November 2008, five months
St., Delphos, Ohio 45833, faxed to 419-692-7704 or e-mailed all here illegally presumably,” reasons, the judge said, is he’s court considers their broader after the California Supreme
to nspencer@delphosherald.com. Authors should clearly he said. “Spanish TV has more not sure the proponents have appeal. Their lawyers filed an Court legalized same-sex
interviews with Hispanic peo- the authority to appeal since request asking the 9th Circuit unions and an estimated
state they want the message published as a letter to the editor. they would not be affected by to intervene and block the 18,000 same-sex couples
Anonymous letters will not be printed. ple in terms of what’s going
on.” or responsible for implement- weddings on an emergency already had married.
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SPORTS
Local Golf Roundup
Grove captures Panthers take
After quick start, Woods
falls back to pack at PGA
PCL tri-meet NWC tri-match
Behind medalist Clay DEFIANCE — With
Bryan’s 38 over nine holes, Devan Bermejo carding a 45,
the Columbus Grove boys Paulding’s boys golf team
golfers edged Putnam County bested Northwest Conference By DOUG FERGUSON there, that Woods had to early starters to reach 5 under — who once played profes-
League foes Fort Jennings foes Crestview and Ada The Associated Press make an 8-foot birdie on the until dropping two shots over sional basketball — had a
and Miller City 175-177-181 192-196- final hole to avoid wasting a his last three holes into the tumor. It turned out to be an
Thursday at Pike Run. 200 in action SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — day in which he appeared to wind. Jason Day of Australia
Niklas Luecking led the enlarged pituitary gland but
Thursday at The fog finally lifted over make progress. bogeyed his last hole for a Watson still broke down talk-
Musketeers
(1-1) with Auglaize Golf Whistling Straits and revealed The fog delay meant none 69. ing about it.
a 40, while Club. a stunning vista. of the late starters could fin- With so much rain on His goal now is to enjoy
D e r e k Sam Heilshorn added 46 Tiger Woods’ name was ish the opening round. Wednesday and in the week himself, from the video
Kaufman for the host Panthers (2-0 atop the leaderboard. Els, desperate to before the PGA,
Just not for long. make sure another the course that games at night to the golf
shot a 41 for NWC), while Tyler Myers
registered a 44 for the Knights At the end of opening day year doesn’t end looks like a he plays during the day, and
the Wildcats
(0-2). (1-1) and Ada’s (0-2) Matt in the PGA Championship, without a major, links played it led to his first PGA Tour
The Musketeers take on Gray was medalist with a 43. he wasn’t near the names of played bogey- more like a victory two months ago at the
Jefferson today at 10 a.m. Paulding 192: Devan Bermajo Bubba Watson and Francesco free through 14 PGA Tour Travelers Championship.
and the Bulldogs (2-0) host 45, Sam Heilshorn 46, Ricky Molinari, who each opened holes and was at course with He had nine 1-putt greens,
Kalida 4 p.m. Monday. Bergalowski 50, Dillon Ankney 51,
Josh Boes 52, Colton Bollenbacher
with a 4-under 68; or Ernie 4 under, making soft conditions. which works at any tourna-
Columbus Grove 175: Clay Els, Matt Kuchar and Nick a 7-foot par save It was suited
Bryan 38, Matt Jennell 42, Taylor 54. ment.
Giesige 47, Matt Silver 48, Jacob Crestview 196: Tyler Myers 44, Watney, who also were at on the 14th shortly perfectly for Molinari went about his
Roebke 50. Jared Hallfeldt 47, Jacob Wortman 4 under when it became too before the horn Watson, one of work differently, relying on
Fort Jennings 177: Niklas 50, Derek Bissonette 55, Zach dark for them to finish the sounded. Also at 4 the biggest hit-
Luecking 40, Cody Warnecke 44, Schaadt 59, Jacob Mengerink 61. accuracy. He missed only
Kurt Warnecke 45, Zach Schuerman first round. under were Kuchar ters in golf.
48.
Ada 200: Matt Gray 43, Ben
Woods, who made three and Watney, cour- Of all his four fairways and two greens,
Miller City 181: Derek Kaufman Bailey 52, Chris Hartford 52, Ryan dropped only one shot along
Gibson 53, Allen Jenkins 56, Ronnie birdies inside 12 feet on tesy of eagles — birdies, none
41, David Rippetoe 44, Austin
Roberts 61. the opening four holes, had Kuchar on the 13th early in showed off his power quite the way and worked his way
Lammers 47, Jared Fuka.
to birdie his final hole just his round by holing from the like 587-yard fifth hole, the into a share of the early lead

MLB Glance to break par, a 1-under 71. fairway, Watney on the par-5 first one on the back nine with a birdie on the par-3
That used to be considered 11th, his last hole of the day. with the wind at this back. seventh, among the scariest
The Associated Press L.A. Dodgers (Lilly 5-8) at Atlanta an ordinary start in a major. Phil Mickelson, closer Ignoring the bunkers and of the par 3s that hug the
National League (D.Lowe 11-9), 7:10 p.m. Considering his recent woes, than ever to going to No. 1 water to the right, Watson shoreline.
East Division Philadelphia (Halladay 14-8) at N.Y. this was nearly cause for cel- in the world, ended a wild hammered his drive so far Coming off two majors
W L Pct GB Mets (Misch 0-0), 7:10 p.m. won by players who had never
Atlanta 66 48 .579 — Milwaukee (Narveson 9-7) at ebration. day at 1 under. He knocked it — 445 yards by his calcula-
Philadelphia 64 50 .561 2 Colorado (Rogers 2-2), 8:10 p.m. He joined 21 others among close for a couple of birdies tions — that he had only a done it before, Molinari has
Florida 57 56 .504 8 1/2 American League the 78 early starters who and spent the rest of the time lob wedge for his second shot reason to believe he could
New York 57 57 .500 9 East Division be next.
Washington 49 66 .426 17 1/2 W L Pct GB completed the first round, in the bunkers and rough as and an easy 2-putt birdie.
Central Division New York 71 43 .623 — which was delayed by more he scrambled to save par. He Everything feels easier The late starters will fin-
W L Pct GB Tampa Bay 69 45 .605 2 than three hours because of finished on a strong note with these days for Watson, the ish the first round this morn-
St. Louis 64 49 .566 — Boston 66 50 .569 6 ing and immediately start the
Cincinnati 64 51 .557 1 Toronto 60 54 .526 11 fog. It was the first time in back-to-back birdies, the last southpaw from the Florida
Milwaukee 54 62 .466 11 1/2 Baltimore 40 75 .348 31 1/2 eight rounds that Woods had one a wedge that stopped 2 Panhandle who has been second round. For Woods,
Houston 48 65 .425 16 Central Division broken par. feet away on the 11th. through some tough times at Watson, Molinari and the rest
Chicago 48 67 .417 17 W L Pct GB And there were enough Charles Howell was home. His father is battling of the players in their side of
Pittsburgh 39 75 .342 25 1/2 Minnesota 65 50 .565 — the draw, they will face a late
West Division Chicago 64 51 .557 1 errant shots, including one among a group that shot a cancer and he had a major
W L Pct GB Detroit 55 59 .482 9 1/2 that went so far left it found 69, including Ryan Moore, scare over the Christmas hol- start and likely won’t finish
San Diego 67 46 .593 — Cleveland 48 67 .417 17 a marsh he didn’t know was the only player among the idays when told that his wife today.

Browns’ Jackson could be back in month


San Francisco 66 50 .569 2 1/2 Kansas City 47 68 .409 18
Colorado 59 55 .518 8 1/2 West Division
Los Angeles 59 56 .513 9 W L Pct GB
Arizona 46 70 .397 22 1/2 Texas 65 48 .575 —
——— Los Angeles 59 57 .509 7 1/2
Thursday’s Results Oakland 57 56 .504 8 By TOM WITHERS and should be injuring his neck Barton has started over 100
N.Y. Mets 4, Colorado 0 Seattle 44 71 .383 22 The Associated Press back within 3-7 and sitting out games through the course
Milwaukee 8, Arizona 4 ——— weeks, the per- the Browns’ final of his career and Chris with
San Francisco 8, Chicago Cubs 7 Thursday’s Results
San Diego 3, Pittsburgh 0 Toronto 6, Boston 5 BEREA — There’s son added. If he eight games last his experience and David
Florida 5, Washington 0 Cleveland 4, Baltimore 1 another new, gaping hole in doesn’t have any season. Bowens with this experience,
Philadelphia 10, L.A. Dodgers 9 Minnesota 6, Chicago White Sox 1 the middle of the Browns’ setbacks, Jackson Linebacker is Kaluka (Maiava) got some
Today’s Games N.Y. Yankees 4, Kansas City 3
Arizona (J.Saunders 1-1) at Today’s Games defense. could return for the one position time last year as a young guy,
Washington (Lannan 3-5), 7:05 p.m. Seattle (Pauley 0-4) at Cleveland They may actually be able the Sept. 12 open- where the Browns right on down the line. I think
Florida (Jo.Johnson 10-4) at (Carmona 11-9), 7:05 p.m. to plug it this time. er at Tampa Bay. can claim to have it does help.”
Cincinnati (Volquez 2-1), 7:10 p.m. Baltimore (Guthrie 6-11) at Tampa Bay
Philadelphia (Hamels 7-8) at N.Y. (J.Shields 10-10), 7:10 p.m. Starting inside linebacker When he got hurt on some depth. They’re about to On paper, Cleveland’s
Mets (Dickey 7-5), 7:10 p.m. Boston (Beckett 3-2) at Texas (Tom. D’Qwell Jackson, who ini- Tuesday, Jackson, who find out how strong it really defense looks better than
L.A. Dodgers (Kuroda 8-10) at Hunter 9-1), 8:05 p.m. tially feared he might be lost missed Cleveland’s final 10 is. last season’s group, which
Atlanta (T.Hudson 13-5), 7:35 p.m. Detroit (Bonderman 6-7) at Chicago
Chicago Cubs (Diamond 0-2) at St. White Sox (Buehrle 10-9), 8:10 p.m. for the season, will be side- games last season with the Along with Fujita, Gocong finished ranked 31st overall,
Louis (Westbrook 0-0), 8:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Moseley 2-1) at Kansas lined for at least a few weeks chest injury, left the field and Barton, the Browns could 28th against the run. Ryan
Pittsburgh (Ohlendorf 1-9) at City (Davies 5-7), 8:10 p.m. with a strained right pecto- dejectedly and was visibly use David Bowens, Kaluka and Mangini are optimistic
Houston (Myers 8-7), 8:05 p.m. Oakland (G.Gonzalez 10-7) at
Milwaukee (Gallardo 11-5) at Minnesota (Pavano 14-7), 8:10 p.m. ral muscle, the second chest upset when he returned to Maiava and Jason Trusnik in that his defense will be vastly
Colorado (De La Rosa 4-3), 9:10 Toronto (Rzepczynski 0-1) at L.A. muscle injury the dependable watch the final 30 minutes. the middle. improved, but they won’t
p.m. Angels (Kazmir 8-9), 10:05 p.m. 4-year veteran has sustained The temporary loss Coach Eric Mangini has know for certain until the
San Diego (Richard 9-5) at San Saturday’s Games
in less than a year. of Jackson will force the a comfort level with Barton, season kicks off.
Francisco (J.Sanchez 8-7), 10:15 Baltimore (Matusz 4-11) at Tampa Bay
p.m. (Sonnanstine 2-1), 4:10 p.m. On Thursday, Jackson got Browns to shuffle their line- who was leading the Browns Meanwhile, the Browns
Saturday’s Games Detroit (Porcello 5-10) at Chicago positive news on the injury backing group, a unit the in tackles when he got hurt last will miss more than Jackson’s
Chicago Cubs (Zambrano 3-6) at St. White Sox (E.Jackson 1-0), 7:05 p.m. when he got a second opin- club strengthened during the season. Mangini and Barton tackling. One of the team’s
Louis (C.Carpenter 13-3), 4:10 p.m. Seattle (J.Vargas 8-5) at Cleveland
San Diego (Latos 12-5) at San (Talbot 8-9), 7:05 p.m. ion from the surgeon who offseason by signing free spent three years together in most respected players, he
Francisco (Bumgarner 4-4), 4:10 N.Y. Yankees (P.Hughes 13-5) at reattached his left pecto- agent Scott Fujita, who won New York, and the coach impressed his teammates
p.m. Kansas City (O’Sullivan 1-3), 7:10 ral muscle in October. Dr. a Super Bowl ring with New trusts his knowledge in coor- with a strong offseason of
Arizona (I.Kennedy 6-9) at p.m.
Washington (Marquis 0-4), 7:05 Oakland (Cahill 12-4) at Minnesota Frank Cordasco agreed with Orleans, and acquiring Chris dinator Rob Ryan’s attacking conditioning. Disappointed
p.m. (Duensing 5-1), 7:10 p.m. the diagnosis by Cleveland’s Gocong, a 3-year player with system and ability to make that the Browns would not
Pittsburgh (Maholm 7-10) at Houston Boston (Lester 12-7) at Texas (C.Lewis medical staff and determined Philadelphia, in a trade. the right calls. sign him to a long-term con-
(Figueroa 3-1), 7:05 p.m. 9-8), 8:05 p.m.
Florida (West 0-1) at Cincinnati Toronto (Cecil 9-5) at L.A. Angels Jackson will not need sur- Gocong has been play- Mangini knows nothing tract, Jackson signed a 1-year
(Leake 7-4), 7:10 p.m. (T.Bell 1-3), 9:05 p.m. gery, said a person familiar ing alongside Jackson in the can replace hands-on experi- tender worth $1.76 million.
with the injury who spoke interior of Cleveland’s 3-4 ence. He was counting on a big
on condition of anonymity alignment during camp. With “It’s nice to have the year to parlay into a big, free
because of medical privacy Jackson out, Eric Barton guys that we have with the agent contract next winter.
FALL LEAGUES laws.
Jackson will begin rehab
likely will slide into the mid-
dle, a spot he owned until
experience that we have
here,” Mangini said. “Eric
Now, he faces an uncertain
future.
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FORD MOTOR CO 12.27 -0.14 season started on July 15. hit a 2-run homer while Jon Garland sacrifice fly that capped a 4-run rally American League. Sabathia gave up
GENERAL DYNAMICS 60.72 -0.60 Jason Hammel (8-7) gave up four and three relievers combined on in the ninth inning and the Toronto three runs and 10 hits, while walk-
GOODYEAR TIRE 10.06 -0.39 runs and eight hits in seven innings, a 4-hitter to lead the Padres to a Blue Jays beat the Boston Red Sox ing two and striking out three in 8
HEALTHCARE REIT 44.66 -0.05 losing for the fourth time in five 3-game sweep of the lowly Pirates. 6-5 Thursday. 2/3 innings. David Robertson got
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HONDA MOTOR CO 32.35 +0.39 Brewers 8, Diamondbacks 4 game lead over the Giants in the NL Jose Bautista chased Red Sox starter before giving up a 2-run double to
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HUNTGTN BKSHR 5.65 -0.09 McGehee set a franchise record with down at San Francisco. San Diego is with his major league-leading 36th hits. After a Wilson Betemit infield
JOHNSON&JOHNSON 58.52 +0.02 his ninth straight hit, going 4-for-4 7-1 against the Giants this year. homer. Jonathan Papelbon (4-5) single moved Bloomquist to third,
JPMORGAN CHASE 37.81 +0.04 and leading the Milwaukee Brewers The Padres earned their first-ever came on and blew his sixth save try Robertson struck out Jason Kendall
KOHLS CORP 46.50 -1.28 over the Arizona Diamondbacks. season sweep of the Pirates (39-75), of the season, his first in 25 career to end the game.
LOWES COMPANIES 19.74 -0.07 McGehee had a solo homer, a who have the worst record in the NL. chances against the Blue Jays. Twins 6, White Sox 1
MCDONALDS CORP 72.06 +0.49 2-run double, an RBI single and The Padres (67-46) have the league’s Vernon Wells greeted Papelbon CHICAGO — Jason Kubel hit
MICROSOFT CP 24.49 -0.37 another single. His seventh-inning best record. with a double and scored on Adam a 3-run home run and Francisco
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PEPSICO INC. 65.18 -0.27 broke the team mark set by Ryan PHILADELPHIA — Carlos Wise stole second and moved to to help the Twins beat the White
PROCTER & GAMBLE 59.99 -0.28 Braun in 2008. Ruiz’s game-winning 2-run hit in the third when Aaron Hill singled off Sox and move into first place in the
RITE AID CORP 0.93 -0.05 The major league record for con- ninth inning capped a frantic rally to Papelbon’s left foot. Papelbon stayed American League Central.
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US BANKCORP 22.44 -0.04 Walt Dropo in 1952. center field fence off Dodgers closer a tying double. Pinch-hitter Lyle 2-of-3 games from their division
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VERIZON COMMS 30.32 +0.76 sweep. Phillies entered the eighth inning hit a fly ball to shallow center off The White Sox lost their first
WAL-MART STORES 50.43 -0.59 Randy Wolf (9-9) won consecu- trailing 9-2. Daniel Bard. series at U.S. Cellular Field since the
tive games for the first time this They scored four runs in the David Ortiz and Jed Lowrie hit Indians took 2-of-3 on June 4-6.
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The sanctuary was dark, except for candles clergy or congregants about their votes on are vital elements of regional, national and
near the altar, and it was quiet, other than the TERRY MATTINGLY church property or inside a church facility. global news stories.
priest’s prayers and hushed responses from Journalists seeking to interview clergy or Leaders of churches, temples and mosques
the pews.
It was time for another execution in a On congregants off church property are asked
to respect their individual wishes about deal-
must ask: How can reporters hear, record and
report these words if they are not allowed po-
North Carolina prison and, on this night
more than two decades ago, I was kneeling
with others opposed to the death penalty --
Religion ings with the media.”
Wait, what did the word “researching”
mean? This worried me as a reporter who
lite access? How can they “get” the religion
in these stories if they are prevented from re-
porting the content of public events? Talking
not covering the rite as a Charlotte Observer has, for several decades, tried to cover the to people in the parking lot will not get you
reporter. complicated global fights among Anglicans. this theological content, other than through
What I failed to realize was that other just didn’t care? Could the broadcasters have To be blunt, I worried that these church lead- second-hand reports.
journalists would crash the vigil. sat silently, making recordings of the prayers ers would end up barring veteran religion At the same time, there is no need for rude
The television crew entered just before to mix with images of the candles, sanctuary reporters -- professionals whose faces they journalists to invade services and disturb the
midnight. The cameraman clanked down and worshipers that were filmed later? It’s recognized -- from entering these services, faithful. There is no need to badger worship-
the center aisle and, before reaching the al- important for journalists to ask these ques- while admitting less-experienced, and there- ers who don’t want to talk.
tar, turned to shoot from behind the pulpit. tions. However, it’s crucial that clergy and fore anonymous, journalists. But if journalists -- including religion-
His shoulder-mounted lights almost blinded laypeople think about these issues, too. The good news is that these churches beat professionals -- want to listen, it’s in the
people in the front rows. Memories of that Charlotte night flashed soon changed the ground rules after listening long-range interests of honest, candid reli-
Please consider this scene through the through my mind recently as I read media to the concerns of journalists. Media-savvy gious leaders to let them listen. Then jour-
eyes of the angry, frustrated worshippers. protocols written by leaders of some historic, parish members made it clear they were not nalists can leave the sanctuaries and talk to
Would church members, if asked in ad- conservative Episcopal parishes in Northern hiding, and that they knew journalists needed people who freely agree to talk.
vance, have approved what happened dur- Virginia who are trying to leave the Episco- some form of access. It doesn’t make sense to lock reporters out
ing our service? No way. But would we have pal Church because of longstanding disputes There are lessons to be learned from these of newsworthy services. Sometimes we have
been willing to discuss finding a way for re- over church doctrine and sexual morality. events. to be there because we have work to do. And
porters to cover the vigil without wrecking Days before a key round of voting, par- One of the most crucial elements of jour- part of that work involves finding a way to
it? Of course we would. ish leaders stated: “Please note that leaders nalism is the ability to hear words and then capture the words and images of the stories
Here’s the key question: Was there a way of The Falls Church ... will prohibit any jour- quote them accurately. This requires access. we need to tell. At the same time, it’s wrong
to cover the news in this liturgy without con- nalist who is not a regular worshiper from There are times when the sermons, prayers for journalists to wreck the very rites that we
vincing the participants that these journalists filming, researching or seeking to interview and scriptures included in worship services are trying to cover.

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Pastor: Rev. Gary Fish 10:45 a.m. Worship. SWAT, Nursery; Single; 10:30 a.m. ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA
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Tuesday - 1:00 p.m. - Share, Care,
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DELPHOS WESLEYAN CHURCH tuary, Christian Life Club, Nursery, Rev. Mark Walls
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Annie: Tell Tomorrow’s HI AND LOIS

them both to
Horoscope
By Bernice Bede Osol

hit the curb


Saturday, Aug. 14, 2010

Something to which you’ve de-


voted considerable time and effort is
likely to begin to yield some rewards
in the year ahead. It’ll be just the be-
ginning of what’s to come as long as
you continue to stay on top of it.
Dear Annie: I am going to are considerate neighbors, LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - The best
be in college soon, and I have they will be happy to do this. way to make certain a joint endeavor
two problems, both centered You also could check to see will be successful is to make sure the
workload is equally distributed. Once
around my love life. whether your county or state done, each contributor must focus BLONDIE
While acting as a service has a community mediation solely on doing his/her part.
volunteer in a foreign coun- or dispute resolution center VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
Your mental faculties are extra sharp
try, I met “Anna” and became that handles such disagree- right now, so you shouldn’t have any
close to her and her family. ments between neighbors. trouble handling whatever assign-
Anna has kept in contact, Dear Annie: I was quite ments are thrown at you. Concentrate
on using your logic and keen imagi-
writing me every day. But amused by the letter from nation.
twice she has gotten upset “Dirty Dishes Not Dirty LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - Pals
when she thought Hands,” who know you understand how to gather
the right people together to have a
I had a girlfriend. objected to a friend good time. Whether you want to or
(I did not then and washing up in his not, you’ve been chosen to arrange
don’t now.) I am kitchen sink after the social activities.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -
not trying to lead playing golf. Even if you have to put aside your
her on. I never I am curious: social plans for the moment, finalize
made any promis- Before this fam- the serious matter that’s hanging fire
es. I do have feel- ily prepares food, so that it doesn’t become critical and
cause all kinds of problems. BEETLE BAILEY
ings for her, but do they go to the SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
I don’t know that bathroom to wash 21) - Make an effort to get in touch
I can do anything their hands? After with the friend who has been on your
mind lately. Something could be up
about bringing her they prepare the with the person of your thoughts, and
to the States. hamburger pat- they could use some help.
Then there is Annie’s Mailbox ties for grilling, do CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) - Pay heed to your instincts, es-
“Mia,” a close they go back to the pecially if you are engaged in some-
friend from high school. bathroom to clean up? And thing important, such as negotiating
After I returned from my vol- after they rinse off the raw a delicate matter. Primal insight can
give you a definite edge.
unteer service, we met up chicken, do they go back to AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -
again. I care for her a lot, but the bathroom to wash their A personal interest can be advanced,
she seems stuck in a rut with hands? After they clean the but only if you are able to operate
independently, free from all outside
school and with a previous counter to prepare the salad, interference. You need plenty of time
boyfriend who keeps her dan- do they go into the bathroom and space in order to do your own
gling and makes her unhappy. to rinse the cleanser off their thing. SNUFFY SMITH
Mia knows how I feel and is fingers? PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -
Something in which you’re interested
OK dating and spending time Do you see where I’m has a greater array of ancillary ben-
with me, but there’s no com- going with this? Raw chick- efits than you ever thought possible.
mitment. I want to help her en residue and the minis- You might begin to see things in a
new light that’ll help you see them.
find herself. If she chooses cule bits of food left around ARIES (March 21-April 19)
to be with me, great. If not, the kitchen drain harbor as - The impression you make encour-
at least she’ll be happier than many if not more bacteria ages others to look at you in a new
light and appreciate some of your
she is now. than grubby golf hands. And wonderful qualities that previously
So what can I do to help don’t even get me started on went unnoticed.
without hurting either of these the germs one might find in a TAURUS (April 20-May 20)
- You’ll get a lot further if you find
two girls or causing their garbage disposal. a way to pursue your objectives as
lives to be needlessly compli- If one is really worried unobtrusively as possible. When you
cated? They deserve the best. about a clean preparation screen your work and intentions from
others, you’re free to be more effec-
-- Concerned Admirer area, I suggest using an anti- tive. HAGAR THE HORRIBLE
Dear Prince Charming: bacterial cleanser or some GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
You seem to think it is your good old-fashioned bleach. The probabilities for success would
responsibility to protect these -- Clean Hands be enhanced if you test your ideas out
as rapidly as you conceive them. The
women from themselves. It Dear Clean: How you fact is, sitting on them is likely to di-
is not. Instead of being their choose to wash up in your lute your belief and interests in them.
hero, they treat you as a con- own house is your business. CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
Logic, not forcefulness, is what can
venient way to get what they But one needs to be cau- make your achievements come easier
need. Tell Anna you cherish tious about germs, particu- for you. When trying to make some-
your friendship with her, but larly those tracked in from thing happen, use your head, not your
muscles or your mouth.
the distance makes any closer outdoors, in areas where food
relationship impossible. Then is prepared. Enough said. Copyright 2010, United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
wish Mia the best, and let
her know you’ll be available
if she ever gets over her old
boyfriend. Please stop being BORN LOSER
the consolation prize. You
can do better.
Dear Annie: Our home
is five feet away from our
neighbor’s fence. They have
two dogs that use the cement
pavement as their bathroom.
There is a strong smell of
urine coming from their
property.
Is there a tactful way of
asking them to hose off the
cement walkway so that
we do not have to smell FRANK & ERNEST
these unpleasant odors? --
Bothered in California
Dear California: First try
talking to your neighbors.
Say nicely, “I’m sure you
don’t realize that the pun-
gent odor from your dogs
penetrates my entire home.
Would it be possible for you
to hose down the walkway
after they use it?” If they
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Flight attendant wants back in cabin


By VERENA DOBNIK and work, JetBlue spokesman Mateo Lleras said: cut or welt on his head — sustained, his lawyer he also didn’t hear Slater get injured.
DAVID B. CARUSO “As of right now, he has been released of duty said, when he tried to help a passenger with a Later, after the plane landed, he and other
The Associated Press pending the investigation. There’s nothing bag too big for the overhead bins. travelers heard Slater and other crew members
more I can say.” Lauren Dominijanni, 25, of Pittsburgh, said repeatedly instruct a passenger to remain seat-
NEW YORK — The fed-up flight attendant Slater’s actions have prompted an out- that during the trip, when she asked Slater for a ed until the jet reached the gate. The traveler
who set a new standard for quitting when he pouring of support from people who have wipe to clean up coffee that had been spilled on apparently didn’t listen. Slater ultimately had
abandoned his job via an emergency chute fantasized about making a similar exit from her seat, he rolled his eyes, blurted an exasper- to leave his seat to get the person to sit down.
apparently isn’t as much of a quitter as every- an unpleasant job, although passengers have ated “What?” and gestured to the gash on his “I happened to notice he had a big Cheshire
one thought. come forward in the past couple of days to head. He then told her he needed to take care cat grin when he gestured,” said passenger
Steven Slater, 38, said through his lawyer criticize him as brusque and cranky throughout of himself first, she said. Stuart Marland, but he said the interaction
Thursday that he loves flying and wants to go the 90-minute trip. One passenger portrayed Other passengers said that throughout the seemed routine.
back to work. Slater as the instigator, saying he cursed with- flight, he slammed galley doors and overhead “He did look a little like Corky St. Clair,
“His hope is to return to the aviation busi- out provocation at a woman who had asked bins unnecessarily and put an apparent early just a little more animated than normal. But
ness,” his attorney, Howard Turman, told about her bag. end to snack service. he didn’t look ’crazed’ at all,” said Marland,
reporters as Slater stood by his side outside Slater would not talk about his actions Others said that until Slater’s intercom rant, referring to the quirky, flamboyant character
his home in Queens. Flying, he added, “is in Thursday. He smiled silently for most of the his interactions with passengers appeared curt, played by Christopher Guest in the 1996 movie
his blood.” 10-minute news conference, then offered a but not unusually so in a time when flight atten- comedy “Waiting for Guffman.”
Slater’s career appeared to end Monday brief thanks to the public, saying, “It’s been dants are often asked to play hall monitor. By some accounts, it wasn’t until the very
when he went onto the public address system amazing, the support and love ... everything Howard Deneroff, a radio executive for end of the flight that things went haywire.
after a JetBlue flight from Pittsburgh, cursed that’s been brought to me.” Westwood One, overheard Slater telling a Marjorie Briskin, 53, told The Wall Street
out a passenger he said had treated him rudely, Turman denied Slater was belligerent and passenger at the start of the flight that her bag Journal that Slater launched an expletive at a
and then made an I’m-outta-here exit down an said the entire affair can be blamed on a “lack wouldn’t fit in the overhead bin and would female passenger without provocation after
emergency chute at Kennedy Airport. He was of civility on the part of one passenger.” need to be checked, but nothing about the con- she inquired about the whereabouts of her bag,
arrested. Some passengers said he might have been versation struck him as out of the ordinary. which had been checked at the gate when it
Asked about Slater’s desire to return to disturbed by an injury. They said he had a large “I didn’t hear any cursing,” he said. He said couldn’t fit in a storage bin.

Fears remain in Michigan after stabbing spree arrest Blagojevich jurors deadlocked
By COREY WILLIAMS and DAVID RUNK employees, and a store video showed that he matched the By MICHAEL TARM and DON BABWIN
The Associated Press description of the man wanted by authorities. The Associated Press
Abuelazam, however, was gone: He told people he was off
FLINT, Mich. — The arrest of a suspect in a three-state to Virginia and hadn’t been seen since his Aug. 1 shift. CHICAGO — A new message from the jury weighing the
stabbing spree that left five people dead and 13 others wound- Police in Arlington, Va., stopped him for a traffic offense fate of Rod Blagojevich provided a few clues Thursday about
ed has eased some but not all fears in Flint, where the attacks Aug. 5 and arrested him on a 2008 misdemeanor assault their deadlock in deliberations, stirring speculation that the
have changed the way some residents of one of Michigan’s charge from Leesburg, Va., where he had lived and worked panel’s struggles could be good news for the disgraced former
toughest cities view helping others. in the mental-health field. A hammer and a knife were found governor of Illinois.
The Flint stabbings started in May, with the attacker inside the Chevrolet Blazer, which was returned to him after In a note read in court by Judge James Zagel, jurors said
approaching men on lonely roads at night and asking for direc- his brief detention. There was no national alert for Abuelazam they had only managed to agree on two of 24 counts against
tions or help with a broken-down car. Then he would pull out or his vehicle. Blagojevich and had not even begun discussing 11 of the
a knife, plunge it into his victim and speed away. “They had no idea at that time that he was involved in these counts.
Even if the assaults are over, at least some fear remains in crimes,” Leyton said of Virginia authorities. The jurors did not say which two of the 24 counts they had
Flint, the battered industrial city where most of the stabbings, Abuelazam eventually returned to Michigan, obtained a agreed on, nor what their decisions were. The judge instructed
including all five deaths, occurred. $3,000 ticket to Tel Aviv from his uncle and made it as far them to go back and continue their work, which they planned
“It makes you not want to give anybody a hand with a as Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, where to do Monday after taking today off.
vehicle if it breaks down,” Aldridge Gardner, 46, said as he officers snatched the man in flip-flops and shorts after he was Their message raised questions: Did some jurors have
waited for a bus. “If it was a female, I would help her. If it was paged over the intercom. misgivings about the prosecution’s case? Might some of them
a guy, no, I’d be skeptical.” Passengers on the Delta Air Lines flight were stunned but have dug in their heels against the majority? Or were they
Elias Abuelazam, 33, was arrested Wednesday night in said Abuelazam appeared tense. He was talking to someone simply confused?
Atlanta before a flight to Israel, his native country, and charged on his cell phone “about not being violent and different things “It’s a victory for the defense for several reasons,” said
with attempted murder in a July 27 knife strike in Flint that like that,” passenger Eugene Williams said after the plane Douglas Godfrey, a law professor at Chicago-Kent College of
put the victim in a hospital for a week. Authorities said more landed in Tel Aviv. Law, arguing that the way the government had presented its
charges were expected in Michigan, Ohio and Virginia. Leyton would say only that “technology” was used to track case was extremely complex. “If the jury hangs on 22, it’s a
Abuelazam is being held at the Fulton County, Ga., jail Abuelazam outside Michigan. big blow to government.”
awaiting an extradition hearing in the next few days. It was Abuelazam, an Israeli citizen who is in the U.S. with a Michael Helfand, a Chicago defense attorney not involved in
not known if he had an attorney. green card, was living in Flint, where his uncle owned two the case, agreed Blagojevich had good reason to be thrilled.
“We will be methodical and thorough in our continuing adjacent homes. Leyton said evidence was removed, but he “This jury has been deliberating for such a long time, the chanc-
investigation and prosecution. ... You have real people who declined to describe it. The uncle is cooperating. es of someone changing their mind now aren’t good,” he said.
have died, real families who have been torn apart,” Genesee Neighbors suspected nothing, even when police appeared As Zagel read the jury note to a packed courtroom on the
County Prosecutor David Leyton said Thursday. in the wee hours Thursday. 12th day of deliberations, Blagojevich and his co-defendant
A tip — one of more than 500 — led police this week to “There were no signs. There were no red flags,” Dan Smith brother listened intently, sitting at the edge of their chairs.
a market in Mount Morris Township, outside Flint, where said. “I’ve seen him but never talked to him. He was kind of After the hearing adjourned, Blagojevich smiled in a huddle
Abuelazam had worked for a month. Investigators talked to a loner.” with attorneys. He put his arm around wife Patti’s shoulder.
Not everyone thinks the note is necessarily good news for
Alaska plane crash rate far exceeds national average the defense.
Daniel Coyne, another Kent professor, said no one knows
By BECKY BOHRER and RACHEL D’ORO flying was really the only way to get there. what the two counts are that have been decided, or how the
The Associated Press More than 80 percent of Alaska’s communities, including jury decided on them. If jurors have agreed that Blagojevich is
the state capital of Juneau, are not connected to highways or guilty of one or two counts, he could face prison time.
JUNEAU, Alaska — The crash that killed former Sen. Ted road systems, making travel by air or water an essential.
Stevens served as another tragic reminder about the dangers Aviation data analyzed by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots
of flying in Alaska, where general aviation accident rates are Association’s Air Safety Foundation found a rate of 13.59
more than twice the national average. accidents per 100,000 flight hours in Alaska between 2004
For many Alaskans, flying hundreds of miles to larger cit- and 2008. The comparative national rate for smaller general
ies for shopping and errands is as common as taxis and buses aviation aircraft was 5.85 accidents per 100,000 flight hours.
might be to urban dwellers, exposing residents to a litany of That means Alaska’s accident rate was more than two times
hazards including treacherous mountain passes and volatile higher than the national average, according to the figures. Answers to Thursday’s questions:
weather. Alaska had 515 small plane accidents from 2004 to 2008, The American novel “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” or “Life
A clear flight can quickly turn into a nightmare of clouds, making up 6 percent of the 8,010 crashes nationally in that Among the Lowly” by Harriet Beecher Stowe published in
rain and wind as pilots navigate tricky mountain ranges, gla- period, the analyzed federal data shows. By comparison, 1852, was the first to sell over one million copies.
ciers and meandering rivers. Pilots often rely on sled dog trails, Alaska makes up about 2 percent of the U.S. population. What was Dr. Frankenstein’s first name in the famous
rivers, mountains or a familiar tree to keep them on track. Alaska has had several deadly plane crashes in the last novel by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley was Victor.
“A lot of the stuff is not what you’d find down in the Lower couple months alone, inclduing accidents at Denali National Today’s questions:
48,” said John Bouker, the owner of Bristol Bay Air Service Park, Elmendorf Air Force Base and in a busy business district What famous writer has several butterflies named after
who has logged 30,000 hours in his career. “It’s not just a near downtown Anchorage that killed eight people in all. him?
simple matter that you got your license, you went through all Laura Washington lives in the Inupiat Eskimo village of What was the first daily comic strip published in the
the classes. You got to know where you’re going, man.” Buckland, 40 miles from the Arctic Circle. There are no roads U.S.?
Stevens was so mindful of the risks that he once called leading to the community of 425 people. Answers in Saturday’s Herald.
plane crashes an occupational hazard for politicians in Alaska, Several times a year, Washington visits Anchorage more Today’s words:
and he spoke from experience. He survived a plane crash in than 500 miles to the southeast for shopping, major medical Fnese: to breathe heavily
1978 that killed his wife. appointments or to watch sporting events. But first, she has to Unguiculate: with hooks, nails or claws
Stevens and four others died Monday when their float catch a small plane north to the hub town of Kotzebue. From The Outstanding National Debt as of 9:45 a.m.
plane slammed into a mountainside, and federal investigators there, she catches a larger plane to Alaska’s largest city. today was $13,315,418,521,629.
are examining weather patterns and the wreckage from the During the winters, people use snowmobiles for some The estimated population of the United States is
accident to understand what caused the crash. Four passengers travel, but the need for planes never goes away. 308,919,037, so each citizen’s share of this debt is
survived, including former NASA chief Sean O’Keefe and “They’re the only way to get around to places you need $43,100.
two teenagers. to get to you can’t drive to,” Sam Brannon said Wednesday The National Debt has continued to increase an
The crash happened as the fishing party traveled from a while waiting for an air taxi in Dillingham, near the site of the average of $4.10 billion per day since Sept. 28, 2007.
lodge to a nearby salmon camp, and, as in most of Alaska, Stevens crash.

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