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Sailor meets son for first time
BY STACY TAFF
Herald’s Winter staff@delphosherald.com “I remember I
Sports tab in DELPHOS — When a got off the plane
Wednesday’s and I was
mother goes into labor, the
baby’s father has the honor
Herald. of being in the delivery room shaking. She was
— privy to screaming and
standing there
Turkey winners cursing, feeling a unique
mixture of excitement and with him in her
Winners in the Win-
A-Turkey Sweepstakes
powerlessness as they wit-
ness the miracle of life. arms and I ran
have been announced. Curt Bassett’s sense of up and hugged
Winners are: powerlessness existed on
GFS Marketplace - Wayne many levels — he was stuck her and then
Ledyard, Elida; Raabe Ford, in a different room on anoth- I went to grab
Lincoln, Mercury - Tom er continent. In Iraq with
Schimmoller, Delphos; the U.S. Navy when his son Bentley and he
First Federal Bank - Sharon Bentley was born, Bassett reached for me.”
Lawrence, Delphos; Save- tried to be there despite the
A-Lot Grocery - Sheila distance.
Campbell, Van Wert; “I got the Red Cross call — Curt Bassett, meeting his
Bellmann’s Part Shop - Joan that she was in labor and son for the first time
Moening, Fort Jennings; they let me stay on the phone
Reliable Plumbing and the whole day. I called about hard for him to hear all of
Heating Paul Carder, every 15 minutes,” he said. that over the phone but he
Delphos; Chief - Jim “She was up all night. That got to talk to Bentley right
Schimmoeller, Fort Jennings; was the scariest thing I’ve after he was born. They
Flanagan’s Car Care - Robert ever gone through, I don’t put the phone up to his ear
Crider, Delphos; Miller’s want to go through that and then he got to see him Stacy Taff photo
Village Market - Cathy again.” through Skype about an
Hoehn, Cloverdale; Pick ‘N The experience was even hour after that, so he was Curt and Rachel Bassett with their 7-month-old son Bentley.
Save - Randy Keller, Van more difficult for Rachel, there but he wasn’t.” phone calls there.” “I was really excited and airport.”
Wert; Hickory Pit BBQ his wife. Having been gone for Bassett had the opportu- nervous that Bentley wasn’t “I have some leave stored
- Doug Catlett, Delphos; “We were told he would almost a year, Bassett had nity to see his son through going to go to him,” Rachel up, so I won’t have to go
Tri-County Do-It Center, probably get to fly home the added difficulty of leav- Skype and pictures but noth- said. “But he did.” back for a little while,” Curt
Esther Pohlman, Delphos; for the delivery but when ing in December while his ing compared to the first Bassett’s flight home was added. “We’ve been spend-
Pitsenbarger Supply, Rita it came time, he wasn’t young wife was almost six time he was able to hold spur-of-the-moment so not ing a lot of time together as
Martin, Delphos; The Union allowed to,” she said. “It months pregnant. 7-month-old Bentley. many family members were a family, trying to catch me
Bank Co. - Mary Martin, was very, very difficult. I “Leaving was really hard; “I remember I got off the there to witness the awe- up on all of the things I’ve
Delphos; German Mutual always said he would be it was one of the hardest plane and I was shaking,” some meeting. missed.”
Insurance - Beatrice Miller, the only one in the room things I did,” Bassett said. he said. “She was standing “I got the call that he was Having only marked
Delphos; and The Ottoville when it happened but it was “I kept in touch as often as there with him in her arms flying home and he came their one-year anniversary,
Bank Co. - Mari-Lou the exact opposite. I had a I could through phone calls and I ran up and hugged on the red-eye to Detroit the Bassetts are still newly-
Beining, Fort Jennings. really great support system, and Skype while I was in her and then I went to grab on Nov. 9,” Rachel said. weds.
California and then the same Bentley and he reached for “My mom came with me and “We went out on a date
Project Recycle
though, with my mom and
sister. It was probably really when I was in Iraq, mostly me.” Bentley to meet him at the finally, too,” they said.
set today Jobless benefits to expire as Congress Grothouse appointed to Ohio
Delphos Project Recycle
is set for 9-11:30 a.m. today
debates preserving tax cuts State Lima Board of Trustees
at Delphos Fuel and Wash
Karen Grothouse, dent of sales and operations at
north of Double A Trailer
By ANDREW TAYLOR were denied a chance to McConnell of Kentucky Delphos, was recently Spherion of Lima, Inc. Prior
Sales on East Fifth Street.
The Associated Press attach spending cuts, so the would appear to command appointed to this position, Grothouse
Newspaper, phone books
measure fell despite winning the votes to block any bene- to The worked as an elementary
and aluminum cans need
WASHINGTON — a 258-154 majority. fits extension that is not “paid Ohio State teacher for Elida Local Schools
to be in separate contain-
Jobless benefits will run out In Thursday’s vote, 21 for” with cuts to other pro- University for more than a decade.
ers because they are stored
for 2 million people during Republicans joined with grams. Sen.-elect Mark Kirk at Lima Grothouse also serves
on location and sold as
the holiday season unless they Democrats in favor. Eleven of Illinois will soon join the Board of on the YMCA Board of
a fundraiser for the Girl
are renewed by a Congress moderate-to-conservative chamber, replacing Democrat Trustees Directors, the Otterbein
Scouts and Squires.
that’s focusing more attention Democrats opposed the bill. Roland Burris, which appears for a three- Homes Cridersville Board
All other items are
on a quarrel over preserving House Speaker Nancy to now leave Democrats short year term. and the St. John’s School
taken to the Van Wert Grothouse
tax cuts for people making Pelosi, D-Calif., promised to of the votes to defeat a fili- Grothouse Council.
Recycle Center.
more than $200,000 a year. bring the measure back to buster. will serve on the Academic Grothouse received both
Cardboard, magazines and
It’s looking iffy at best the floor after Thanksgiving Still, the looming expira- Affairs and Student her bachelor’s and master’s
plastic shopping bags also
whether Congress will renew to try to enact an emergency tion of unemployment ben- Life Committee. degrees from The Ohio State
need to be separated. All tin,
jobless benefits averaging measure that extend benefits efits could put Republicans Grothouse is the vice presi- University.
plastic and glass contain-
$310 per week nationwide at least through the holidays. on the defensive since they’ll
TSA: Pilots to be exempt
ers need to be rinsed clean.
Labels can be left on items that are presently claimed by But Senate Democrats don’t expire just as debate peaks in
and they can be co-mingled. almost 5 million people who have time; instead, they hope the lame-duck session over

from some airport checks


No window or plate have been out of work for the jobless benefits issue gets whether to extend Bush-era
glass, nor light bulbs, orna- more than six months. addressed in year-end nego- tax cuts on individuals with
mental, Pyrex or cookware An extension of jobless tiations over taxes and other income exceeding $200,000
glass will be accepted. benefits enacted this sum- important year-end legisla- or for couples making more By DAVID KOENIG it made no sense to subject
Computers, etc., are mer expires Dec. 1, and on tion. than $250,000. The tax and EILEEN SULLIVAN them to the same screening
Thursday, a bill to extend The most recent effort to cuts expire Dec. 31, and The Associated Press process as passengers since
also accepted but no
them for three months failed renew jobless benefits occu- Democrats oppose perma- they control the plane. If they
monitors or TVs.
in the House. Democrats pied weeks of the notoriously nently extending the upper- WASHINGTON — The were intent on terrorism, they
Thanksgiving brought the bill to the floor
under fast-track rules that
balky Senate’s time and bare-
ly advanced with the required
bracket tax cuts, which would
cost about $700 billion over
Transportation Security
Administration has agreed to
could crash it and the scan-
ners wouldn’t provide extra
service required a two-thirds vote to
pass. Republicans opposed
60 votes.
Now, even if there were
10 years. let airline pilots skip the secu-
rity scanning and pat-downs
safety.
TSA offered few details
The Delphos Ministerial the legislation because they time, GOP Leader Mitch See JOBS, page 2 that passengers face at the about the specific changes
Association will offer a nation’s airports, pilot groups in screening of pilots, which
Thanksgiving service at 5 said Friday. expands a program tested
p.m. Sunday in the K of C Beginning Friday, pilots at airports in Baltimore,
hall. traveling in uniform or on air- Pittsburgh and Charlotte,
Turkey, potatoes, dressing line business will be allowed N.C.
and drinks will be provided. to pass security by presenting “Pilots are trusted part-
Attendees are asked to bring a two photo IDs, one from their ners who ensure the safety
dish to share. company and one from the of millions of passengers
government, to be checked flying every day,” said TSA
against a secure flight crew Administrator John Pistole.
Forecast database, the TSA said. He said putting pilots through
Partly cloudy The Obama administra- a faster screening process
tonight; low tion’s retreat on screening would be a more efficient use
in low 40s. pilots comes less than a week of the agency’s resources.
Mostly cloudy before the hectic Thanksgiving Pistole has defended the
Sunday with holiday travel period. Some invasive pat-downs and said
high in low 60s. Low in low travelers are threatening to intelligence about potential
50s with 30 percent chance protest the security measures terrorist attacks and plots to
of overnight showers. by refusing to go through the evade airport security have
scanning machines. Airlines guided these changes.
Index are caught in the middle. Still, some lawmakers
Pilots welcomed the want a review of the govern-
Obituaries 2 changes. ment’s pat-down procedure.
State/Local 3 “This looks good. It’s Pilots have complained
Politics 4 basically what we’ve been about possible health effects
Community 5 after for 10 years,” says Sam from radiation emitted by
Sports 6 Mayer, a spokesman for the full-body scanners that pro-
Vietnam veteran 7 Allied Pilots Association at duce a virtually naked image,
Classifieds 8 American Airlines, the union and they said that pat-downs
TV 9 that raised objections to the by security inspectors were
World News 11
Photo submitted new screening process about demeaning. Passengers have
The sleigh at the Delphos Canal Commission is a one-horse open sleigh donated by two weeks ago. “Pilots are lodged similar complaints, but
the families of Richard Kimmet and Arthur Hoersten. Read more about Christmas at not the threat here; we’re the the government is not chang-
the museum on page 3. target.” ing the screening require-
Pilots have also argued that ments for air travelers.
hopefully we made a differ- with breast cancer, hosted an breast cancer.” He said the SUnDAY: Partly sunny. 1917, in Marion Township, daily home delivery for $2.09
ence in this fight.” annual event that honored Ohio State community was Highs in the mid 50s. East Allen County, to Marion and per week.
2Stefanie
– The HeraldSpielman was 30 cancer Saturday, November
survivors and20, 2010 “tremendously saddened” by
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405 North Main St.
Goldie (Redd) Heidlebaugh.
years old and three months a fund to help breast cancer her death. SUnDAY niGHt- On June 20, 1943, he mar- TELEPHONE 695-0015

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pregnant in 1998 when she patients and their families Chris Spielman played 10 MonDAY niGHt: Partly ried Dorothy Baxter, who died Office Hours
detected a lump in her breast. who struggled financially. seasons in the NFL with the cloudy. Lows around 40. on July 11, 2006. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
She later miscarried and dis- She was inducted into the Detroit Lions and Buffalo Highs in the mid 50s. POSTMASTER:
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covered she had cancer. She Ohio Women’s Hall of Fame Bills before retiring after
LOTTERY The Delphos
Highs in the mid 50s. to THE DAILY HERALD,
survived four bouts with can- in 2002 for her work. a violent hit that left him of Spencerville; daughters
tUeSDAY niGHt: Linda (Edward) Yahl of St. 405 N. Main St.
cer before a fifth recurrence “We have lost a leader momentarily paralyzed when

Herald
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in March. in the fight against cancer,” he was with the Cleveland (Continued from page 1)
cent chance of showers. Lows Cambridge and Karen (Greg) CLEVELAND (AP) —
Chris Spielman
Well here it is almost Thanksgiving was seven-time and I’m Tour de France Browns.
These Ohio lotteries were
still trying to figure out why it’s dark when I cancer survi-
playing linebacker with the winner and NANCY Stefanie
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There is a great deal of
news being published in local
papers about the US Postal
Service’s decision to close the
urator’s
orner
Lima plant and ship all the mail
to Toledo. At the moment, mail
service has deteriorated; deliv-
ery is getting accomplished
later in the day; and
by Gary Levitt
their business. They can choose
where they want to deliver,
what they want to deliver and
they can set their own delivery
standards and prices. So how
many different delivery com-
panies will we have?
Most people don’t realize
that there is consid-
tell you mail the money by any
other carrier BUT the USPS?
Because of the laws prohibit-
ing mail fraud, if it happens
in the US mail then the Postal
Inspection Service is there to
investigate, apprehend, and
prosecute under Federal laws.
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On the Banks of Yesteryear ...
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employees are work- erable competition pany.


ing later in the day out there now. UPS, Those services are all
and longer hours as FedEX, Roadway included in the price of a
well. Package Service to stamp. Speaking of prices, are
I won’t com- name a few, have you aware that the competitors
ment about whether competed in the of the USPS have input to the A nativity set made by Gerhard Laudick (b. 9-26-1853,
this was a mistake expedited mail ser- Postal Rate Commission? If d. 5-19-1912) for his grandchild’s first Christmas is on
or not. A delicate vice (Express Mail) you owned a business, how display at the museum. Richard C. Mueller (b. 9-23-1911,
balance must exist and parcel service hard would it be if your com-
d. 12-02-1993) was the first child of Gerhard’s daughter,
between providing for years. Ironically, petitors helped set the price
premium service and UPS handles more
Clara Gertrude Laudick and Arthur “Art” Mueller.
of your goods (of course they
being economically feasible. If than 85 percent of the parcel will ask that your rates would the feathers were wrapped tive body that holds only two
you have ever stood on a bal- service in the US. To illus- be higher) and you couldn’t around them. Red berries or people. Sounds just like our
The feather tree at the candle holders were placed sports cars doesn’t it? As with
ance beam, it sure looked easy trate how tough the market charge what you wanted? Plus,
when you were standing on the
museum is made out of at the ends of the branch- sports cars, men liked to race
is, Airborne went out of busi- there is a mandate that the post
ground. ness and the majority of their office charge the same amount
green-dyed goose feathers. es. Because of the danger of their cutters as evidenced in
What I find interesting is business was the high dollar for a letter whether it is across It may seem a little early candles, these trees had more the fourth verse of “Jingle
that during changes like these, premium services. It is hard to the street or on an island off the for Christmas but decorat- space between their branches Bells”:
the conversation always begins discern DHL’s financial pic- coast of Seattle, Wash. ing for the Christmas Tree than today’s Christmas trees. Now the ground is white,
with “Should mail service be ture because they are owned The USPS is required to Festival is in full swing at the This caused one man at the Go it while you’re young,
privatized?” I must note that by Deutsche Bank and do not provide universal service museum. It takes many work- museum to comment that it Take the girls tonight
the following is my opinion report separate earnings. throughout the entire coun- ers and many hours to set up looked like a “Charlie Brown” And sing this sleighing
and not those of any other enti- If someone sends you try — every address, every and decorate over 100 trees. tree. The earliest feather trees song;
ty and it is based on many years something, how will you know day. The post office delivers We are fortunate to have such in America were brought by Just get a bob tailed bay
of working for the USPS. which delivery company has some 660 million pieces of a great group of volunteers. German immigrants so it is Two forty as his speed
Let’s look at what privati- it? Maybe they will outsource mail daily to as many as 142 One of the favorite displays not surprising that the muse- Hitch him to an open
zation will do for us. The first sections of the country that million delivery points. As each year is a nativity set made um has one in its possession. sleigh
thought that comes to mind is are less profitable? Who would of 2010, the USPS operates by Gerhard Laudick (b. 9-26- What would Christmas be And crack, you’ll take
increased competition because you call? Now we are get- 36,400 post offices and postal 1853, d. 5-19-1912) for his without a sleigh? The one at the lead.
there would be so many more ting closer to the problem. locations in the United States grandchild’s first Christmas. the museum is a one-horse Our tree festival is open
companies providing the same Ever heard of “Sanctity of the with about 596,000 employees. Richard C. Mueller (b. 9-23- open sleigh donated by the every Saturday and Sunday
services that the USPS offers Mail”? Only the USPS has to Just remember the post office 1911, d. 12-02-1993) was the families of Richard Kimmet beginning Nov. 27 and ending
us. Most of the time increased follow that rule – they cannot is one of the few government first child of Gerhard’s daugh- and Arthur Hoersten. This Dec. 19. Hours are from 1 to
competition is good. Let’s look open first class mail. Your pri- entities explicitly authorized in ter, Clara Gertrude Laudick style of sleigh is also known 4 p.m. We will also be open
at what that might accomplish. vacy and rights are protected. the US Constitution. and Arthur “Art” Mueller. As as a “cutter” because it is for the Hometown Christmas
Private companies would not Speaking of protected, do you you can see from the dates, lightweight. It has gracefully- on Dec. 3. Won’t you join
be restricted in the scope of know why scam artists always Privatize? You decide. Gerhard died eight months curved runners and a decora- us?
after Richard was born. The
original lighting for the crib
was with coal oil lamps but
it was converted to electric-
ity around 1923. Some of the
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Answers to Friday’s questions: Army during the Korean War. little figurines date from 1888.
This nativity set has been a
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The wasp’s habits convinced 18th- Today’s questions: cherished part of the Mueller cordially invite those families we have
century French scientist René-Antoine What was the name of Superman’s family’s Christmas for almost served December 1st, 2009 through
Ferchault de Réamur that paper could biological mother? 100 years and we are extreme-
be made from wood. He saw how wasps Where was a tiny listening device ly fortunate that they choose November 30th, 2010 to our Memorial
built their nests with a paste they made found hidden in the American ambassa- to display it at the museum Program December 4, 2010
by chewing on dry wood and mixing it dor’s residence in Moscow in 1952? each year so that others may at 2:00 p.m. at
with their saliva. Before Réamur’s dis- Answers in Monday’s Herald. enjoy it.
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Three Barrels of Whiskey - Three jailed


Charles Grady, a rail-
road brakeman, John Woods, BOB HOLDGREVE
switchman employed in the
Clover Leaf yards and Dennis
Redman, a farmer living about
Window
a mile south of town, have
been arrested and charged with
to the
having stolen three barrels of
whiskey from a C.H. & D. Past
railroad car Friday night.
Saturday morning, when the government has designated the
car was opened it was found Lincoln Way, together with
that three barrels of booze were the Harding Highway between
gone and the police were noti- Delphos and Mansfield as
fied. Chief Thompson trailed Federal Route 30.
the wagon tracks and finally The designation of this
found the whiskey hidden in a route, however, does not mean
fodder shock on the Redmond that the Lincoln Highway has
farm. ceased to exist. We believe
Charles Grady had hired a that the Lima people will find
one-horse wagon the night of that the Lincoln Highway asso-
the robbery and the tires of the ciation is just as much alive as
wagon matched the tracks left ever and will continue to boost
by the wagon, and Grady went for the improvement of this
to jail. The whiskey was found great highway.
An editorial in a Lima paper

IT WAS NEWS THEN


about eleven o’clock Sunday
night and when Redman was indicated that this new associa-
questioned about it he stoutly
One Year Ago denied any knowledge of how TIME TO BAKE THAT CHRISTMAS FRUIT CAKE
• In what’s become an Ottoville High School tradition, the it got there. The barrels were
hauled to the City Building
National Honor Society sponsored its annual fall food drive and later will be turned over to
competition. Each class was a team and for the first time, the the owners.
Ottoville High School and Middle School staff comprised a Nearly all day Monday,
fifth team. The teachers’ team amassed the greatest number C.H. & D. officials, the gov-
of points. This was the 14th year for this event. ernment agents and the state
were busy quizzing the men.
25 Years Ago — 1985 While it is not known pos-
• William E. Thompson of Delphos, announced his can- itively that any of the bar-
didacy for state representative at a news conference rels have been tapped, one is
today at the Carriage Inn. He will run for the seat in the suspiciously light. A gauger
May primary, which will be vacated by Ben Rose, who will measure, and the report
he makes will settle that point
earlier announced he is seeking the position of state audi- definite.
tor. Attending the news conference were Delphos residents, Chief Thompson and the
Edna Jane Sadler, Gene Schmidt, Paul Harter and Alfred other officers made a quick
Schmit. and thorough job of cleaning
• John and Ann Rellinger donated the first book to the Fort up this affair and securing the
Jennings Community Branch of the Putnam County Library return of the stolen property
which will open soon in Memorial Hall, Fort Jennings. within 48 hours.
The Rellingers presented the book “Putnam County Ohio, Delphos Herald, Mar. 3, 1919
One Room Schools” to Jennings Township Trustee John R. ----------
Miller. Load of Delphos Booze
Captured at Ft. Wayne
• Trinity United Methodist Church will hold its annual Deputy sheriffs of Ft.
Christmas dinner and bazaar on Dec. 4 at the church. Wayne captured a motor truck
Working on projects for the bazaar are Kay Ahten, Grace load of whiskey and other
Jones and Alice Williams. The bazaar will feature a candy intoxicants. The load of fire
booth, country store and a boutique. Alice Lyle, president of water was in charge of Herman
the United Methodist Women, is in charge of the bazaar. Bellhauve, of Ft. Wayne, who
had secured it in Delphos. The
50 Years Ago — 1960 driver of the truck and his
• Rosalla Kill was elected to head the Landeck Catholic companion were intoxicated Aeroplane Flies away and the driver could not
when they were found. tion has taken the place of the Over City
Ladies of Columbia during a meeting of the organiza- Lincoln Highway Assn. hold them. At the corner of
tion held Tuesday in the church basement. Other officers The truck contained ten At three o’clock Saturday Second and Bredeick street
barrels of beer, three kegs of The Lima people objected afternoon, an aeroplane was
elected to serve are: Isabella Gengler, vice president; Rita strenuously when the Lincoln they ran into the yard of Fred
beer, twenty pints of whis- seen flying over this city by a Klein. As the wagon struck
M. Miller, recording secretary; Bertha Reindl, financial key, and ten quarts of whis- Highway was rerouted some large number of Delphos peo- the curb, Mr. Schmeltzer was
secretary; Margaret Ellerbrock, treasurer; Alma Youngpeter, key. Bellhauve was placed in years ago and ceased to pass ple. The pilot was not steering
through that city. They are now thrown out and caught between
monitor; Alice Youngpeter, inner guard; Dorothy Schwinnen, the county jail, where he was his machine at any great height one of the wheels and a shade
three-year trustee; Frances Kill, two-year trustee; and Evelyn unable to secure bond for his taking advantage of the action and was flying in a north-
of the federal government tree. He was badly bruised
Mueller, one-year trustee. Rosella Luersman was the guest release. erly direction. Many who saw and sustained a very severe
The truck load of joy-juice in designating the Harding
speaker, telling of her recent trip to Europe. Games were Highway through Lima as
him were not envious of his scalp wound, which Dr. Marsh
enjoyed with high score going to Anna Jean Bockey and was well camouflaged to rep- position, as judging from the attended to. The team ran into
resent household goods, and Route 30 to lay claim to hav- temperature on terra firma, he
low to Alice Youngpeter and Kathryn Klaus. Rita M. Miller ing the Lincoln Highway pass- the apple orchard next to Mr.
received the attendance prize. but for an unfortunate cir- must have been enjoying some Klein’s, the wagon striking a
cumstance, he would without ing through Lima, to proclaim real winter weather.
it as dead with the new route as full grown tree, tearing it off
a doubt have gotten to his Delphos Herald, at the roots. Otherwise little
75 Years Ago — 1935 destination. While driving the its successor. Jan. 4, 1919 damage was done.
• An outstanding musical program was enjoyed at the machine in an intoxicated con- Wether or not it is due to ---------- Delphos Herald,
weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Club held at the Beckman dition, the pair manipulated the intentional misrepresentation, Three Delphos
the position is not well taken. Aug. 20, 1895
Hotel Tuesday night. Carl Dienstberger, violinist and Gilbert truck so badly that it became Nite Club Ads ----------
Miller, piano accompanist, were the entertainers. They played lodged crosswise in the main The Lincoln Highway is Turkey Run and Dance
still in existence as much as Two Buggies Smashed
a series of classical and popular selections, these being pre- road, with the front end stuck Sunday, September 21 - While Will Boehmer was
in the mud at the side of the ever.
sented by them in concert style with their own interpreta- The Lincoln Highway asso-
1 P.M. hitching up his brother’s driving
tions. highway. Action - and - Spills horse, the animal took fright and
The deputies happened ciation has been in existence White Dove Inn
• Burglars who operated in Venedocia and vicinity are for many years. It took charge ran from the barn to West Third
being sought by Sheriff R. B. Stevens of Van Wert County. along at this inopportune time By - Delphos street, where the buggy collided
and seeing their condition, of the work when there was no
The burglaries took place at the Maurice B. Jones hardware such thing as a coast-to-coast Motorcycle Club with another in which were Mrs.
began to inspect the contents Delphos Herald, B. W. Dalk and Mrs. C. C. Bliss.
store in Venedocia, the Henry Uhl grocery store at that of the truck, and when the men
highway and it has consistent-
Dec. 18, 1947
ly fought the battle and worked The ladies turned into Simon
place and at the York Centralized School at Jonestown, near and the truck were taken to ---------- Runyan’s yard to escape the run-
Venedocia. for the improvement of the
the jail where the booze was highway in all the state. Hadyn Snyder away, but it followed and struck
• Hereafter it will be the “Red Devils” who will go into placed in safe keeping. and his band their buggy. In front of Dr. J.
battle for Jefferson High on the basketball floor. At a practice Any attempt to steal the
Delphos Herald, Jan. 2, 1919 credit now that the work is — Playing — M. Marsh’s house, Boehmer’s
session of the Red and White cagers Tuesday night, it was ---------- practically done is certainly imitations of Spike Jones horse kicked their buggy. The
decided to take that name for the team. The “Red Devils” Ft. Jennings Sheriff in out of place. and other novelties runaway then ran toward the
are expecting a hard game for their opening next Wednesday Wild Goose Chase The Lincoln Highway still on Wed., Fri. and Sun. school yard, the buggy strik-
night when Union High will play here. A thrilling tale has trick- exists and will continue to evenings ing a tree, where it was almost
led down from our neighbor- exist. It is the greatest trans- — at — mashed into kindling wood.
ing hamlet of Ft. Jennings. continental highway. It exists the New Century Club Mrs. Dalk was thrown from her
They had a jolly big card game east from Delphos through Delphos Herald, buggy and dragged along the
Moderately confused
Tuesday night and while the Gomer, Cairo, Beaverdam Sept. 19, 1947 ground holding the lines, and
affair was at its height it was on to Bucyrus. It is not yet ---------- receiving painful bruises. The
rudely interrupted by a splin- completely improved east of Dancing buggy was badly damaged but
tering crash, caused by a run- Delphos but progress is being Every Friday and Mrs. Bliss escaped without a
away horse. A man had two made as it has in other parts of Saturday Night scratch.
buggies which he was haul- the country. Free Admission Delphos Herald,
ing home and on his way he Delphos Herald, Dale Miller’s Aug. 16, 1895
stopped in front of the hall July 18, 1927 Melody Boys ----------
where the fun was in progress. ---------- Our new streamlined Breaks Arm
While he was there, an auto- Fred Astaire Visits Delphos kitchen is now open The Fourth Time
mobile ran into one of the bug- The city of Delphos was The Chateau George, a small son of
gies The noise of the collision visited by a noted movie Delphos Herald, Fred Ganshaw, East Cleveland
frightened the horse which ran and stage star on Wednesday July 1, 1948 street, has an arm which is
away, completing the wreck- noon. ---------- surely a “goner” to him. A few
ing of the buggy. The “sheriff” Fred Astaire and his party Proceeds Divided weeks ago he fell from a cher-
of the village was summoned, stopped at the Point Restaurant Among 4 Injured Players ry tree, breaking it between the
who upon hearing of the dep- for their appearance caused The benefit game which elbow and wrist in exactly the
redation, cranked up his trusty considerable comment. was held Sunday at the city same place it had been broken
Ford and set out in hot pursuit Delphos Herald, athletic field was a big success twice before within two years.
of the automobile that started Oct. 1, 1947 and a large number of per- It was just healing nicely a few
all of the rumpus. Fifteen miles ---------- sons were in attendance to see days ago, when last evening
into the wilds, he chased the Construction of the Pittsenbarger Supply team he fell out of a wagon and the
machine, but it eluded him and New Stand Pipe win from the Delphos Grain bone was again separated. Dr.
he was forced to return without The new one-half million and Milling Company by a Williamson bandaged the arm,
anyone to stick in cold storage gallon water tank which is to score of 6 to 4. Approximately and is of the opinion that about
in the village calaboose. be constructed at the city water $140 will be divided between one more break will render the
Delphos Herald, Mar. 6, 1919 field in the north section of the the players who were injured member useless.
---------- city has been received over the in softball league during the Delphos Herald,
Why Misrepresent? Pennsylvania Railroad. The season. Players who will ben- Aug. 16, 1895
What appears to be a war seven carloads contain a total efit are: Bernard Will, Moletus ----------
to do away with the Lincoln of 193 tons. Osting, Syl Thithoff and A scientific writer says that
Highway and to substitute Clarence Stewart, of Lima, William Briggs. death by a lightning strike is
a highway known as Federal has already started laying the Delphos Herald, the most painless death in the
Route 30 is under way at Lima. distribution pipe for the new Sept. 29, 1947 world. We never talked with a
A Lima paper has carried a well field. The deep well is now ---------- man who was struck by light-
number of articles and editori- under construction by Walter Painfully Injured ning, but a man whose wife
als dealing with the subject, Neidhardt, of Spencerville. He Last evening, Danial once caught him kissing the
all of them taking the view will also construct the aerator Schmeltzer, a farmer living hired girl told us in confidence
that the Lincoln Highway and for the new well field. three miles west of town, was that he never believed that a
for that matter, the Harding Delphos Herald, driving home with a team man could suffer as much in
Highway also, have ceased to Sept. 30, 1947 hitched to a farm wagon. On a hundred years as he did in
exist as such since the Federal --------- West Second street they ran twenty seconds.
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For the third week in a row, I
PICKS
Virginia Tech: Tech moved
went 8-4 mark, 4-2 in both the col- their winning streak to 8 — after
By JIM METCALFE lege ranks and the pros. dropping their first two — after last
jmetcalfe@ That makes me now 69-51 (40- week’ win over North Carolina.
20 college; 29-31 pros). Miami has this win-two, lose-one
delphosherald.com Guest picker Randy Wilker, he pattern going on and after their
of the Evening Leader, when 8-4 victory last week, they are due for
FINDLAY — Everything in his second stint with the motley a loss. The outline continues this
went according to “plan” for crew (6-0, 2-4) to run the GPs’ week as the Hokies make it nine
mark to 67-53 (42-18 college, 25-35 in a row.
the St. John’s football team pros. Arkansas: The Razorbacks have
Friday night in its Region 22 Dave Boninsegna put in a 7-5 averaged scoring 49 points in their
final at Findlay’s Donnell mark (5-1 and 2-4) to improve to last three games, while Miss. St.
Stadium. 41-43 (24-18 and 17-25). is coming off a 30-10 pounding at
Charlie Warnimont, the hands of Alabama.
Senior linebacker Chris sports editor of the Arkansas continues its
Pohlman scored three touch- Putnam County Sentinel, winning ways on the
downs, including two on joins the cast. The poor road.
interception returns, and the man!!! Texas A&M: A&M
College: Ohio State are riding high after wins
defense grabbed five picks of at Iowa; Virginia Tech over Baylor, Oklahoma
McComb senior quarterback at Miami, Fla.; Arkansas and Texas Tech and can
Andrew Dee (who had thrown at Mississippi State; grab a share of the Big 12
only 7 in 12 previous games Nebraska at Texas A&M; lead with a win at home
and 385 attempts). Stanford at California; against the Cornhuskers.
Wisconsin at Michigan. Nebraska struggled
Oh, senior tailback Evan Pro: Oakland at against Iowa St. and
Burgei ran 27 times for 181 Pittsburgh; NY Giants at wasn’t all that impressive
Metcalfe
yards and three scores to pace Philadelphia; Indianapolis in their 20-7 win over
the Jays to a 56-20 pasting of at New England; Green Kansas. I like the Aggies
Bay at Minnesota; Denver at San to win and create a logjam in the
the Panthers to advance to the Diego (Monday); Cleveland at Big 12 top spot.
state semifinals in Division VI Jacksonville. Stanford: The Golden Bears
for the third straight year. They JIM METCALFE nearly knocked off Oregon last week
will face Sidney Lehman, a COLLEGE but that was fluky; the Cardinal
OHIO STATE: Hawkeyes should have no problems with Cal.
27-14 victor of Minster, 7:30 have fallen apart as of late and Wisconsin: So the team up north
p.m. next Friday at a site to be Tom Morris photo dropped out of the Big Ten race. got a win last week ... enjoy it. The
determined. Buckeyes must win to say alive Badgers go into the Big House and
“If you’d have told me we’d St. John’s senior middle linebacker Chris Pohlman takes the second of his three pass in the BCS race and league title come out with a ‘Big’ win.
chase. I am not that enamored of the Pro:
pick off five passes from Dee, interceptions in for his first of three touchdowns — despite the efforts of McComb’s OSU offense right now Pittsburgh: How nice
when he had such major stats Danny Sudlow — in the fourth period Friday night at Donnell Stadium. The Blue Jays but I think the defense it would be to see the
going in, I’d have been very rolled up a 56-20 Region 22 final victory over the Panthers. can kick it up another Steelers lose their second
surprised,” St. John’s coach grabs, 150 yards) got them With McComb taking the to the 26, starting a 5-play,
notch in Iowa City. If not in a row but I have to
Todd Schulte began. “I have ... @$%@^^@. be realistic and go with
on their way to a 10-play, second-half kickoff and start- 74-yarder. Dee connected VIRGINIA TECH: I the home team; just don’t
full confidence in (defensive 99-yard drive. At the Blue Jay ing at the 33, Pohlman picked with Hanes for 46 to start it haven’t been a believer see the Raiders getting
coordinator) Steve (Recker) to 4, Dee rolled right and found off a Dee aerial and returned and ended it with a 12-yard in the Hokies but they’ve the win.
call the defense; I stay out of Hanes for his state-record (not it 18 yards to the Panther 27. fade pass to the left corner
surprised me. Hurricanes NY Giants: Eli
it. He does a great job mak- have struggled with Manning can’t possibly
national record) 30th touch- Three plays hence, on 4th- of the end zone to a well- Jacory Harris in and out have two bad games in a
ing adjustments and it’s only down catch near the side- and-9 from the 26, Leininger covered Roth. The two-point of the lineup. Hokies’ row. I like the G-Men on
a matter of time. It’s a luxury line. However, Jerry brown’s (8-of-15 passing, 144 yards) pass failed for a 42-20 score defense and running game the road in Philly.
to be able to get a quarterback seem to have straightened Boninsegina Indianapolis: The
extra-point missed wide right found Tyler Bergfeld (3 grabs, with 9:00 left. themselves out, while Colts got a whole lot
like the ones we’ve been facing for a 7-6 St. John’s lead with 75 yards) on a bubble screen Burgei returned the short Canes seem to be a year away. Give of help from the Bengals and the
uncomfortable in the pocket 4:54 left in the period. to the left side. He found great kickoff (with the hands team Hokies the win in Miami. 10,000 turnovers — OK, 5 turn-
and only rush three men.” The Jays fumbled the ball blocking downfield and once in to cover an onside kick) to ARKANSAS: Hogs were overs. The Patriots aren’t going to
For McComb coach Kris on their next drive but Dee he found the hole outside, he the 30. That set up an eight impressive in beating the Ole give that many opportunities but
Alge, it was a simple reason Ball Coach’s USC Gamecocks in Indy won’t need them; they win a
returned the favor, getting jetted to the pylon. Rode made play — all runs — reply. At Columbia. Ryan Mallett is a prime very good game here.
they lost. picked off by senior safety it 35-6 with 9:56 showing in the McComb 15, Pohlman ran Heisman candidate and the rest of Green Bay: The Vikings are
“St. John’s is a bigger, fast-Tyler Ditto at the Jays’ 7. That the third. a trap play inside right guard the team ain’t bad. I like them on the a shambles and although they are
er and stronger team. They are started a 14-play, 93-yard “At the half, I told the and simply was not going road this week in Starkville. at home, Green Bay goes into
outstanding,” he observed. sojourn to give the Jays kids that this game wasn’t down, busting through tack-
TEXAS A & M: In this topsy- Minnesota and comes out with a
The Jays (13-0) won the turvy, yo-yo college football season, win.
momentum. At the McComb over, that the first drive of lers to the end zone. Rode Aggies are the latest “sensation.” Denver: The Broncos brought
toss and took the opening 6, Burgei took a toss off right the second half was crucial. made it 49-20 with 4:12 to However, this ain’t the Wrecking the Chiefs back down to earth last
kickoff. Senior Tyler Bergfeld tackle, got a huge seal block Getting the turnover and then go. Crew of the past, though they did week, while the Chargers have
ran it back 23 yards to set the by senior tackle Seth Knebel to the score was big,” Schulte Down to desperation
knock off Oklahoma. Cornhuskers strung together a pair of wins. This
Jays up at the 35. It only took have also proven they are back. Life should be a good matchup with the
the outside and easily scored. added. “Our offensive line mode, the final score came on on the road in any major Broncos coming away
four plays to drew first blood. Rode made it 14-6 with 8:21 was outstanding. Evan ran the third play from scrimmage conference this fall has the victors.
At the 47, senior signal-caller showing in the second. very well tonight; he has great from the 23. The Jays — who not been easy; Kyle Field Jacksonville: The
Jordan Leininger (14 rushes, “That was a bit swing feet to make people miss.” sacked Dee twice — forced
won’t be fun for visiting Jaguars gave new mean-
113 yards) took a shotgun Huskers. ing to the play “Hail
right there. We got the fum- A Panther punt was fol- a late short throw over the STANFORD: This is Mary” with their unbe-
snap and ran off the right ble recovery and then turned lowed by an interception by middle; Pohlman got a run- the first week of the annual lievable win over the
side; he showed patience, got it back over,” Alge added. Hanes, setting the Panthers ning start and picked it off at traditional major rivalry Texans. Cleveland on
blocking that opened it up “Their offensive line then at the 43. It took eight plays the Panther 21, jetting to the games. The Cardinal the other hand gave the
toward the left side and he was should win this game eas- Jets all they wanted and
started to take over. They to score. At the Jays’ 4, Dee end zone with 2:48 left. Rode ily but not so fast, my nearly brought the first
headed toward the sideline, have a big and physical line found Mason Roth (8 catches, tacked on the final point. friend. Emotion and the tie game of the season.
eventually using his speed to and some great backs to run 50 yards) on a quick screen many legendary games of However, with the Jags
ST. JOHN’S 56, MCCOMB 20
beat the defense to the pylon. behind them. We never quit coming from the left and gar- McComb 6 0 86 - 20 this rivalry keep it close, Warnimont at home and playing
Junior Josh Rode made it 7-0 but we just ran into a very nered the end zone. Dee hit St. John’s 7 21 721 - 56 with the Cardinal — a much more impres-
“tree”, by the way — get- sively, I like the home
with 10:34 left in the opening good football team.” Brian Walker-Vollmar for the
FIRST QUARTER
ting the road win in Berkeley. team here.
SJ — Jordan Leininger 53 run (Josh
period. A second 3-and-out by 2-pointwr and as 35-14 deficit Rode kick), 10:34 WISCONSIN: I want @!$@% -----
“I challenged my offense the defense and a punt gave with 3:02 left in the third.
MC — Taylor Hanes 4 pass from to win to give the Buckeyes a CHARLIE WARNIMONT
before the game to score in the the Jays the ball at the 40 The short kickoff went out
Andrew Dee (kick failed), 4:54
SECOND QUARTER
chance at the outright Big Ten title. College:
first period. We hadn’t done However, Wolverine’s defense, Ohio State - The Buckeyes
for a quick 4-play drive. of bounds at the Jays’ 39. 8:21SJ — Evan Burgei 6 run (Rode kick), though seemingly getting better, is know a slip-up will either cost them
that in there games, so that Two Leininger completions However, two penalties for 15 not top-notch unit and John Clay an outside chance to play in the
SJ — Burgei 10 run (Rode kick), 6:04
was nice to get off well offen- for 51 yards set the ball at yards eventually short-circuit- SJ — Burgei 3 run (Rode kick), 1:37 and Badger running game will do Rose Bowl or get an at-large berth
sively,” Schulte continued. the McComb 10. From there, ed the drive in McComb ter-
THIRD QUARTER their thing. Badgers defense will for one of the BCS bowl games.
Senior left tackle Austin SJ — Tyler Bergfeld 26 pass from beat up Denard Robinson, who That should be motivation enough
Burgei swept the left side ritory and forced a punt to Leininger (Rode kick), 9:56 has taken a beating in conference to get another win before closing
Vogt was happy to do his and found wide-open spaces the 18. On the drive, the Jays (Brian MC — Mason Roth 4 pass from Dee play. The Big House turns into the out the season the following week,
part. to crack the end zone. Rode lost senior left guard Vinny 3:02
Walker-Vollmar pass from Dee),
Nightmare House for hosts. then waiting.
“As an offensive line, we made it 21-6 with 6:04 left in Wiley (already subbing for an FOURTH QUARTER PROS Virginia Tech - The Hokies have
like it when Coach challenges SJ — Chris Pohlman 31 interception PITTSBURGH: A renewal of overcome those two early-season
the half. injured Joey Grubenhoff) with return (Rode kick), 10:04 one of the hardest-hitting, bitterest losses and continue to win.
us, telling us the game is in A pick by junior corner- an injury. MC — Roth 12 pass from Dee (pass rivalries from the Raiders’ heyday Arkansas - The Razorbacks go
our hands. It might take us back Ryan Densel on a deep From there, Dee dropped failed), 9:02 in the 1970s. Raiders are playing on the road and get a win.
time to adjust to a defense but ball — with Dee under pres- and was under pressure; he 4:12
SJ — Pohlman 15 run (Rode kick), much better than anyone could have Nebraska - The Cornhuskers are
we accept the challenge every sure, as he was most of the threw over the middle and SJ — Pohlman 21 interception return
thought. Methinks that the Steelers enjoying their final season in the
play and we know eventually (Rode kick), 2:48 won’t lose two games in a row at the Big 12 before coming to the Big
night from the Jays’ 3-man Pohlman was right there to Ketchup Bottle; the defense makes 10.
we will take over the game,” rush — set the Jays at their pick the ball off at the 31. He TEAM STATS life miserable for Raiders running Stanford - Cal shut down Oregon
Vogt said. 30. It took eight plays to fin- took off toward the left side McComb St. John’s game and QB of the week. last week only to fall short by two
A pair of punts later saw ish off scoring in the half. At and found the pylon for the
First Downs 11 28 PHILADELPHIA: Michael points. I don’t think they can do it
Total Yards 271 471 Vick will never, ever have a game two weeks in a row against another
the Panthers pinned at the 1 by the McComb 3, Burgei took six. Rode made it 42-14 with Rushes-Yards 12-1 55-327 like he did Monday night at FedEx of the Pac-10’s top teams.
Pohlman’s downing of Alex a toss off left tackle and all 10:04 left.
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Amstutz recalls
Air Force job
BY MIKE FORD to Vietnam. At the time,
mford@delphosherald.com we weren’t even supposed
to be there. Our mailing
DELPHOS — Van Wert address was the APO in San
native Glenn Amstutz was a Francisco,” he said.
young man when he enlist- Amstutz was at a base
ed in the United States Air at Ubon, near the border of
Force in 1962. He is thank- Laos and nearly within a
ful for the opportunity to stone’s throw of Cambodia.
serve as he looks back on The Air Force used Thailand
his experience. as a major launching pad
He says he enlisted with from which the majority
a couple of friends but the of its air strikes originated.
threesome scattered after The 8th Tactical Fighter
basic training. Wing used the Ubon base;
“I enlisted because a refuelling those jets was an
couple of my buddies were important operation — one
signing up, so the three of A younger Glenn which Amstutz regards with
us went in together but we Amstutz enlisted in the modesty.
didn’t get to stay together United States Air Force “For me, it was a 12-hour
after basic training. The Air and refuelled aircraft in job; we were on for two
Force was a smart move for Okinawa and Thailand 12s and off for two 12s. It Amstutz today.
me; it’s a good branch of during the Vietnam War. was a job. We refuelled air
the service. For me, it was craft when they came in basically a job.” once but only saw a doc- don’t remember hardly any
more or less a 40-hour-a- Kadena Air Force Base and they went out; they did The bases were never tor’s office. of it because we came in on
week job,” he said. where we refuelled aircraft. what they had to do, came officially considered “I went downtown when a plane and left on a plane,”
Amstutz went to basic It was just a base we had back and we refuelled them American posts; they were I got to get off base and I he said.
at Lackland AFB, San over there to keep an eye on again and they went out listed as part of the Royal went to an eye doctor in Amstutz and his wife,
Antonio; then tech school things; there was nothing again. I drove the gas truck. Thai Air Force. Bankok one time when I Beverly, tied the knot in
in Amarillo to learn how there and it was just a job. I grounded it and pumped it Amstutz didn’t see much had something wrong with 1965 and raised four chil-
to refuel aircraft. His first I was there for 18 months and when they were done, I of the foreign nation while my eye because they didn’t dren in her hometown of
duty station was a World and went to Cape Cod for took the truck and refilled it there. He went to Bankok have a doctor on base. I Delphos.
War II leftover in the South 8 or 9 months and went again. It was a regular job
Pacific. to Thailand in 1965. We for us. I did the same thing
“In Okinawa, I was at everywhere I was — it was

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22451 Spieles Road, Delphos 504 E. Seventh Street, Delphos
3 BR, many improvements, neutral
New Product Line • Siding
205 S. PIERCE STREET
• automatic transmission Yard. Asking $70’s. Lynn: TAURANT: Excellent
Remodeled brick country home
decor, bsmt, 2 car garage w/bonus
DELPHOS, OH w/3BR, 2BA, 3 car heated & insu-
Elida Health Foods Replacement • standard transmission 234-2314. opportunity, real estate, lated garage, pond, woodburning rm. Call Krista.
101 W. Main Street

Windows
419-692-4526 • differentials 604 W. 2nd St., Delphos: equipment, liquor license. stoves, fam rm, den & more! Only 509 W. Seventh Street, Delphos
Investment or starter home close to
TOLL FREE 3 BR, 1 Bath, Vinyl sided Priced for a quick sale. $132,900!
Elida, Ohio 45807 • transfer case home. Dbl corner lot and Tony: 233-7911. 180 Max St., Ottoville 3 BR, 2 BA,
park & Pool, 2 BR, possible 3rd BR,
• Garages
419-339-2771
• Plumbing and
888-94-PATIO • brakes & tune up replacement windows. NEW LISTING! 1590 Ft. vinyl ranch. All appliances stay. 3
bsmt, 1 car garage. Call Krista.
606 Euclid Street, Delphos Cute 2
M-F 10:30-5:30 PM, Sat. 10:00-1 PM Gary: 863-0011 or Lynn: Jennings Rd., Delphos: city lots. Immediate possession.
2 miles north of Ottoville BR, den, 1 car garage. Call Judy.
Electrical Service 234-2314. Call Janet.
950 Car Care
Beautiful all brick ranch 628 W. Wayne St., Delphos Ranch
for both new and 419-453-3620 535 E. 2nd, Ottoville:
New Listing! 4 BR, 2 Sty
on full finished basement. 806 N. Jefferson Street
4BR, 2BA, finished bsmt, 2 car att
3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, 2 car att. Garage,
fam. rm. Call Krista.
Built in ’88. Take a look,

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4897
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inside! Call Krista.


LD
large 1st floor laundry, A must see
kitchen, 1006 Prospect, Van Wert Vinyl 2
BR, possible 3rd BR, 2 car gar, fam.
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Give Us A Call Year Round For 11595 Ridge Rd., Delphos 202 Holland Ave. #22, Delphos Af-

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Chris Herron
Improvement OUR TREE 2 Bath Brick Ranch on
corner lot. Lynn Claypool:
234-2314.
able 2 BR in nice location.
Call Lynn: 234-2314.
828 N. Main, Delphos: 4
of storage. All season room. Call
Janet.
3660 Schooler Road, Lima
167 N. Canal Street, Ottoville
Commercial business includes res-
taurant, bar w/liquor license, apart-

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241 King St., Delphos Feels like
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950 Electricians
BR, with fenced yard and outbuilding, Perry schools. Call country!
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LE PE 1 acre!
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816 E. FIFTH ST. DELPHOS • Deadwooding an offer. Tony: 233-7911.
Ph. 419-692-5801 Sunrooms, Stump, Shrub & Tree Removal
large garage. Lynn Clay- 726 S. Main, Delphos: Molly. BA, finished basement. Call Krista.
10810 Ridge Rd., Delphos Vinyl &
pool: 234-2314. 812 N. Jefferson Street Investment or
Mon.-Fri. 8-6, Sat. 8-2 Kitchens & Bathroom Since 1973 430 N. Canal, Delphos:
Cozy 2 BR with tons to of- starter home close to park & pool, Cedar sided ranch with 3 BR, 2 car
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RETIRED LICENSED Pole Buildings,
419-692-7261 5,000+ Sq. Ft. Commer-
cial Space with a multitude
234-2314.
bsmt, large lot, only $30’s. Janet will
greet you.
Road 21 land, Ft. Jennings. 1.37
acres, Ft. Jennings schools. Call
950 Construction
Bill Teman 419-302-2981 of potential uses. Priced
430 E 5th St., Delphos: 111 Steeple Chase, Elida schools Krista.
ELECTRICIAN NEEDS Garages Ernie Teman 419-230-4890 to sell!!! Business op- 3,200+ Sq Ft – 5 BR, 2 Sty
Brick Home in great loca-
3BR, 2BA mobile home in Hunter’s Chase, 233 N. West St. 3 BR Ranch, 2 car
built in 1999. Jon will greet you.
TO STAY BUSY portunities also available. gar. Call Ruth.
30% Advertise Your Call Tony: 233-7911. tion. Call Lynn: 234-2314. 605 E. Main Street, Ottoville Profit-
able commercial business w/restuar-
21494 Kimmet Rd Secluded 4 BR,
POHLMAN RESIDENTAL &
TAX REBATE Business
132 Truax, Cloverdale: 3 9149 Converse-Roselm,
Middle Point: 3 BR, 2 ant area, kitchen area, game room
bsmt, Delphos schools, 1.8 acres. 2 car
garage, totally remodeled. Possible land
BUILDERS C OMMERCIAL BR, 2 Bath on 1+ acre with
Bath, 1+ Acre, Stocked area & more. Liquor license & many contract option. Call Krista.

DAILY
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For a low, low


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Excellent Location: Call
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2+acres. 32’ x 48’ Heated
Lynn Claypool: 234-2314.
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432 E. 2nd St Triplex with rental
price!
FREE ESTIMATES Shop. Tony ranch w/3BR, 2BA, family rm, 2 car att
FULLY INSURED 236 Center St., Vaughns- ***Building lot on Cadil- garage, Delphos schools. Call Krista income. Call Krista.
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419-695-0015
Bockey Rd/Lincoln Hwy Land 1.27
cell 419-233-9460 ways. Call Krista.
acres, Delphos schools. Call Krista.
www.delphosherald.com Saturday, November 20, 2010 The Herald –9

HI AND LOIS
Tomorrow’s Horoscope
By Bernice Bede Osol
Sunday, Nov. 21, 2010 a financial matter that you share with ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
another, only to discover that this Friends and associates can be relied
Industrious allies will advance person has been holding back and upon if you need their assistance, so
your ambitions along with their hiding a few bucks for him/herself. don’t be reluctant to go to them. The
own if you’ve chosen well, in future best one to turn to, however, will be
months. This will be done in ways Monday, Nov. 22, 2010 someone you helped in the past.
where each will be able to offer TAURUS (April 20-May 20)
something the other lacks. Propitious changes are in the - Keep your nose to the grindstone,
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) - If making for you in the year ahead, because it is likely to be a better
there is a hot, private issue over which concerning a social development time than usual to accomplish your
you and your mate disagree, don’t let that turns a negative situation into aims. Even jobs you usually have
it come up in front of others. The last a positive one. As a result, you’re trouble doing will proceed like rich,
thing you’ll need is for outsiders to likely to make some new friendships creamery butter.
become involved. that will last a lifetime. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) - We don’t always work too well
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
22) - Take whatever measures are
Something you usually have trouble
handling will come much easier
BLONDIE
under pressure, and it could be one of necessary to make sure you are in to you. It won’t be Lady Luck
those times for you. Forgo that long charge of your own affairs. If you intervening; it’ll be you doing all the
list of things you want to do, and want to be the victor, you can’t right things the right way.
hone it down to just a few. permit yourself to be swept along by CANCER (June 21-July 22)
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. just anything. - After much searching, finally the
19) - You are not immune to the odds SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. solution to a vexing problem will be
going against you, so it is best not to 21) - When making some social found. The revelation won’t come as
buck them, especially when making arrangements, it would behoove you a hunch, but from all the work you
a critical assessment of something to include an old friend whom you’ve put it into solving it.
huge. Be honest about what you can been too busy to see much of lately. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - It might
or cannot do. Good things could come from this finally be the day when you’ll be able
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) association. to get together with someone who has
- Well-intentioned family members CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. been impossible to see. It won’t be by
could create problems for you if you 19) - Get involved in ways to better chance, but from your diligent effort
allow them to butt into your domestic your material well-being, because in trying to contact this person.
affairs. For the sake of harmony, stifle this is likely to be one of those rare VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
their input by keeping them at bay. days when things will live up to your This is one of your better days for
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -
Issues you normally can treat lightly
financial expectations.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
advancing your aims, so don’t waste
your time on insignificant objectives. BEETLE BAILEY
could be a severe source of irritation - Do not delegate an important job Focus your efforts on something
for you. Do your best not to step out or assignment, no matter how busy important that doesn’t usually come
of character by allowing your temper you are. The results will only live up easy.
to burst open. to your expectations if you T.C.O.B. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
ARIES (March 21-April 19) yourself. Challenges tend to bring out your
- It’s your nature to be generous to PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) - better qualities, so put all your efforts
those in need, which is a wonderful Something you’ve been concerned into developing something that is
attribute. However, there is a chance about working out to your satisfaction extremely important to you. You’ll
that you could carry this to extremes will turn out just fine if you keep a get what you diligently go after.
and put yourself in the hole. positive mindset. Your thinking will
TAURUS (April 20-May manifest itself in your work. Copyright 2010, United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
20) - Should you experience some
opposition from an unexpected
quarter, stand up for your rights, but
don’t compound the situation further
by reacting in a bullying or pushy
manner.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
You had better have an alibi ready SNUFFY SMITH
if you failed to take care of a matter
that you promised to do for another.
There is a strong possibility you’ll be
taken to task.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
It’ll be your own fault if you allow
yourself to be placed in a position
where peer pressure compels you to
do something that goes against your
better judgment. Say no and mean it.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Be
extra careful that you don’t use your
authority over others to come off as
looking like a bully. You can take
bets that those you push around will
find ways to even the score later on.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
- Some ideas or suggestions you
make will be challenged if they are HAGAR THE HORRIBLE
not in accord with those of others.
You’ll need to take care to handle the
rebuttals as tactfully as you can.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - You
may think you have total control over

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10 – The Herald Saturday, November 20, 2010 www.delphosherald.com

Read it. Live it. Love it! Annie advises to see doctor
One look at The Delphos Herald and you’re sure to fall in for a complete checkup PET CORNER
love with it. For the best in business, entertainment, sports Dear Annie: I have been of the family disapproves?
married to “Lori,” a wonder- Their children will be there
and local news, there is no better source. Call today to start ful woman, for six months. with their families. I don’t
delivery tomorrow. I’ve never been happier and know what to do. -- Baffled
wouldn’t change my life for Dear Baffled: Unless the
419-695-0015 the world. rest of the family wishes to
The problem is, Lori allows estrange your brother, you
every little thing to get to her, are stuck with him. So invite
and I get hit with the back- everyone, and let them know.

Motorcraft ®
lash. The list of things that Tell your ex-sister-in-law that
can send her over
the edge is endless
you understand this
will be difficult for
COMPLETE BRAKE SERVICE -- one of her kids
gets in trouble, her
her, but you would
love to have her and
Riley is a 2-year-old
Ford, Lincoln and mother annoys her,
she’s feeling a little
will always consider
her part of the fam- male. He’s very lovable
Mercury Cars STARTING AT under the weather. ily. If she chooses not and outgoing. He will run

179
Once Lori to come, no one can to greet you at the door
& Light Trucks
$ 95*
gets into one of blame her. But if she every day!
her moods, she can find a way to tol-
Complete Brake Service becomes callous erate the situation for
Beau is a 7-year-old
Price Includes:* and mean. Nothing
I say or do makes
the sake of her chil-
dren, it could pave the neutered male plothound

✓ PADS - Motorcraft® brake her feel better. If way for less hostile mix. He lived with many
pads or shoes Or Less! I mention how her Annie’s Mailbox family get-togethers
mood affects me, in the future.
other dogs and did not
receive the attention he
✓ ROTOR or DRUM her feelings are hurt and the Dear Annie: I was sad- needed. He would love a
MACHINING problem gets worse. Lately, dened to read the letter secure place to run and
play.
Pricing depends on vehicle configuration. I’ve discovered the best thing from “Concerned Mom in
✓ ALL INSTALLATION is just to ride out the storm. Is Pennsylvania,” who was
LABOR there any way to help my wife unable to get support in find-
stop sweating the small stuff? ing employment for her blind
-- Running Out of Ideas 18-year-old son.
* Price is per axle. Excludes: Dear Running: The fact I am an occupational ther-
parking brakes, Super Duty® that Lori gets callous and mean apist in Michigan who has
fleet pads or shoes, and Ford- when little things annoy her worked with special needs
brand pads or shoes. Taxes is a bad sign. Has she been children for 30 years. Our
extra. See service advisor for evaluated for bipolar disease? state provides services through
details. Excludes upgrades, Does she suffer from extreme the age of 26. I recommend Humane Society of Allen County has many pets
SVT/Shelby Mustangs, vehicles hormonal fluctuations? Is she “Concerned” contact the school waiting for adoption. Each comes with a spay or neuter,
equipped with special edition taking any kind of medication district that is servicing her son first shots and a heartworm test. The Humane Society is
performance packages, and that might affect her mood? and sit down to discuss these located at 3606 Elida Road, Lima, and can be contacted
F-Series/E-Series Super Duty / ® Suggest she see her doctor for specific concerns. Every child at 419-991-1775.
Stripped Chassis vehicles. a complete checkup, and ask with special needs who attends
specifically that these ques- school is required to have an
tions be addressed. She (and annual individual educational The following pets are available for adoption through
Motorcraft® are the only brake pads and shoes you) could be suffering need- plan (IEP). Schools are also The Animal Protective League:
approved by Ford Motor Company for use on lessly. responsible for helping students Cats
Ford, Lincoln and Mercury Vehicles. Dear Annie: My 61-year- transition into the community, Calico, F, 2 years, yellow eyes, named Nayla
Motorcraft® pads and shoes ... old brother recently walked out assisting with transportation M, F, 1 year, tiger, gray, black
• Are designed to fit your specific vehicle – a perfect match of his 40-year marriage and to programs, etc. Mom should F, 3 years, spayed, white with calico prints
• Help maintain original braking performance hooked up with a 25-year-old also ask whether the school has F, 2 years, dew clawed, tiger, name Noel
• Are road-tested to ensure they meet Ford standards for wear, noise and dust girl from another country. I a parent advocate program. It
• Meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards am still very close to his previ- sounds like she could use some Kittens
ous wife and their three grown support. -- michigan

RAABE children. Dear Michigan: We were


M, F, 9 weeks, gray, black, tiger
The holidays are just around heartened by the letters of sup- M, F, 13 weeks, long haired, outside
the corner, and it is my turn to port sent in by our readers. M, F, 6 weeks, yellow, yellow tiger, black tiger
11260 Elida Rd., Delphos
Service • Parts •Body Shop: M 7:30-8; host. How do I handle inviting Here’s one more: M, F, 8 weeks, gray, brown tiger
Over 85
T.-F. 7:30-6:00; Sat. 9-2 the ex-wife (whom I adore), as Dear Annie: I would like M, 6 months, black, gold eyes
years
experience
419-692-0055 well as my brother and his very to add to your list of organiza- M, F, 4 months, yellow and white, long haired, black
www.raabeford.com young girlfriend of whom most tions. It will be much easier for and white, gray and white
him to get a job if he is trained F, 6 weeks, gray tiger
in something. Recording for

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out a large antique store in Michigan and has
course of study. -- Volunteer Brutus
moved the entire inventory to Delphos. Over
20 - 8 ft. tables of very unique merchandise at
at RFB&D, Ontario, Calif.
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settle suits over WTC dust


Comments...
News releases...
NEW YORK (AP) — More people who fell ill in the years email Nancy Spencer, editor
than 10,000 workers exposed
to the tons of toxic dust that
“Nearly everyone agrees that the after their service at the trade
center. at nspencer@delphosherald.com
blanketed ground zero after the settlement does not provide adequate The U.S. Senate is consider-
World Trade Center fell have funding to fully compensate those ing legislation, already passed

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with New York City and joined who are injured among the more than rize as much as $7.4 billion in
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The deal will resolve an it cover the tens of thousands of 9/11 The New York lawmakers
overwhelming majority of the
lawsuits over the city’s failure
responders and survivors who are who authored that bill, U.S.
Reps. Carolyn Maloney, Jerrold
to provide protective equipment injured but have not filed lawsuits.” Nadler and Peter King, said in a
to the army of construction joint statement that the legal

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workers, police officers and — U.S. Reps. Carolyn Maloney, Jerrold Nadler settlement doesn’t make the
firefighters who spent months and Peter King, said in a joint statement legislation any less necessary.
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