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Upfront Van Wert teen’s murderer up for parole


Registration From blockparole.com her friend’s house. station. He said they left the her name and she answered,
deadline for To “block” Tope’s
They would not see her gas station with Tope driv- ‘I am Cheryl Felger’.”
April 12, 1974, Good again until her body was found ing Heckert’s car and drove parole, visit www. Heckert said she asked,
primary Tuesday Friday, was a typical night in
the Felger home in Van Wert.
in a field in Adams County, toward town for three blocks
Indiana, that Saturday. and then turned around to go blockparole.com/
“Why has it got to be me?”
Heckert said at some point
Cheryl Felger, 19, had made While Felger was biking to to Decatur. As they neared an Story_CherylFelger. they were each in the back
The Van Wert, Putnam html, scroll to the end
dinner for her father and her friend’s house, she encoun- intersection, they saw Cheryl seat with Felger and she did
and Allen County boards
of election announce the
17-year-old sister Kay. After tered Ernest Richard Tope Felger again on her bike. of the story and click not try to escape because he
her mother’s death, the oldest and Timothy Lee Heckert. Tope then told Heckert he on “block parole form.” and Tope told her when they
close of registration for the
daughter assumed many of Heckert, a wanted to go got to Decatur they would
May 3 Primary Election
her mother’s duties, includ- former Van see a relative Letters should be sent release her.
is 9 p.m. Tuesday.
ing cooking dinner. When Wert resident, and turned to Indiana Parole Board, Heckert said he told Tope
The Board of Election Indiana Government
dinner was over, Felger pre- was planning onto the street to let her go and Tope stat-
offices will be open
from 8:30 a.m. to 9
pared to bike to a friend’s on visiting his where Felger Center, 402 W. ed, “I’m going to kill her. I
house prior to a night out on brother. Tope was riding her Washington St., Room want to know how it feels to
p.m. on Tuesday.
the town. and Heckert bike. Heckert kill somebody,” and pulled
Anyone not currently
Felger had recently gradu- were regu- said Tope told
W466, Indianapolis, the car into a small drive-
registered or who has moved
ated from Van Wert High larly in trou- him, “Let’s IN 46204. The letters way next to a barn in Adams
since the November General should reference Ernest
School and was among the ble and were pick her up County. He took a hunting
Election and not changed
their address with the Board
top 10 students in a class well-known and have a R. Tope, and his inmate knife from the glove com-
of 270 seniors. She was a throughout little fun.” number, DOC#5277. partment, walked around the
of Elections should stop by
freshman at the Wright State Decatur for T o p e Letters must be received car and took her out of the
one of the following locations
University-Lake Campus. their bad pulled the car car by the arm.
and update their registration.
She did not know what she behavior. in front of in Indianapolis before Hecker said, “She tried
The registration loca- the April 14 hearing.
wanted to do; however, According Cheryl’s bike. to get away and I saw her
tions in Van Wert County
everyone who knew her was to an interview Cheryl Felger Heckert said, run, but he [Tope] pulled her
are the Van Wert License
sure she would be very suc- with Heckert, “I told her to her in the front seat.” back. I saw her go to the
Bureau; Brumback and
cessful. they saw Felger get in the car in Tope and Heckert then ground and I saw his hand
Delphos Public Library;
She kissed her father good- riding her bike while they a rough voice and opened the took back roads to Decatur. go up and down. Tope was in
WIC; Department of Human
bye and said good-bye to her were repairing the muffler on door. She offered some resis- Heckert said, “ I knew who
Services; Treasurer’s, See MURDERER, page 10
sister and left on her bike for their car at a Van Wert gas tance and I used force to put she was by this time. I asked

Jefferson junior class wins


Auditor’s and Title offices

2011 Peony Queen crowned


in the Courthouse; and the
Board of Elections office
at 120 E. Main Street.

$1,000 for 2011 prom


Any questions regard-
ing voter registration may
be answered by contacting
the board office in Lima at
419-223-8530; in Ottawa BY STACY TAFF “Every year the prom web site and vote for them.
at 419-523-3343; or Van staff@delphosherald.com company Stubs holds a con- “We entered last year, too,
Wert at 419-238-4192. test and they give gift cer- but didn’t do so well. We put
All Chief’s
DELPHOS—In many tificates to the winners to put it on the high school web
ways, junior year of high towards their prom,” Prom page and the kids spread the
sponsoring Good school can be just as stress-
ful as senior year. Students
Advisor Stephanie Braun
said. “There are prizes for
word,” Braun said. “I kept
the teachers updated with
Neighbor Day are gearing up for their last
year of high school, worry-
the top three in the nation and
then one in each of the 50
e-mails.”
Throughout the contest,
Mari Young of Crestview High School was crowned
Queen Jubilee XXXVI Friday night during the Peony
All Chief Supermarkets ing about scholarship appli- states. We won $1,000 gift there were assorted prizes to Pageant. From left: Renee Chen of Van Wert, Lauren
will sponsor its Good cations for college and of certificate and only missed be won at each stage. Holtsberry of Wayne Trace, Kaitlin Relyea of Paulding,
Neighbor Day at all store course, planning their prom. the top 3 by about 400 votes “We won a poster that’s First Runner-Up and Miss Congeniality Abby Evans of
locations on Tuesday. One of the biggest challeng- in the last hour of the con- hanging in the junior hall- Parkway, Talent Winner and Queen Jubilee XXXVI Mari
Chief will donate a es when planning prom, is test. The kids were pretty way now, 100 personalized Young of Crestview, Second Runner-Up Korey Boggs of
percentage of sales to sup- making sure there’s enough upset because that would’ve candy bars and $300 worth of Jefferson High School, Hillary Ludwig of Lincolnview and
port local food pantries. money to make the senior made a difference of $5,000 reusable decorations,” Braun Amelia Wiseman of Vantage Career Center.
Customers are also encour- class proud. in prizes.” added. “We’ve got a whole
BY STACY TAFF
aged to bring in non-perish- This year at Jefferson In order to win prizes, the list of prizes we won.”
High School, the junior class participating junior classes This year’s prom will be staff@delphosherald.com
able food items while they
shop on Tuesday and can also received a little help with had to get as many people as held on May 7. The theme will
VAN WERT — Friday
add a monetary donation to their prom fundraising. they could to go to the Stubs be “Shipwreck Serenade.”
night at the Annual Peony
their order for any amount. Pageant, last year’s winner
In addition, Chief will also Ayla Eley relinquished her
donate $1 (up to $5,000) for throne to Mari Young of
each new Chief Facebook Crestview High School.
fan through April 30. Shortly before being
More than $70,000 has crowned Queen Jubilee
been donated to local food XXVI, Young was asked who
pantries since 2009. she would want to be if she
could be anyone else.

Sports
“My mother,” she
answered. “She’s just an
amazing woman. Truly an Peony Pageant Contestant
TODAY inspiration to me.” Korey Boggs from Jefferson
Baseball: St. John’s/ In addition to winning the performs a tap dance to the
Lincolnview at Antwerp, crown, Young also won Best song “Smooth Criminal,” in
11 a.m.; Hardin Northern at in Talent for her tap per- honor of her idol Michael
Columbus Grove (DH), 11 a.m.; formance to “Jive Ho” from Jackson.
Spencerville at Perry (DH), Slumdog Millionaire.
noon; Elida at Findlay, 1 p.m. Young is a member of Junior Rotarian and the Blue
Softball: Kalida at Hardin cross country, track, band, and Red clubs.
Northern (DH), 11 a.m.; secretary of Student Council, During her leisure time,
Columbus Grove at Van Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Young enjoys spending time
Buren (DH), 11 a.m.; Minster Mass Media, Knight Vision, with her family and friends
at Jefferson (DH), noon; DARE and Buckeye Girls She will be attending a
Lincolnview at Pandora-Gilboa four-year college majoring in
State. She also has danced
(DH), noon; Spencerville at psychology and dance ther-
4-team doubleheader, noon; with Kim Hohman’s Dance
Works for 15 years. She also apy.
Bellefontaine at Elida, noon The first runner-up was
Track and Field: is involved with the school
Stacy Taff photo musical.
Abby Evans from Parkway,
Spencerville at Versailles Boys who was also voted Miss
Invitational, 9 a.m.; Elida at She has received several
The junior class officers stand in front of the poster the class won through the Stubs awards, including scholar ath- Congeniality. Korey Boggs
Celina Invitational, noon prom contest. From left, Secretary Justin Rode, Vice President Hayley Drerup, Treasurer lete, her varsity letter, Senator of Jefferson was awarded sec-
Elizabeth Schosker and President Megan Gilden. at Buckeye Girls State 2010, ond runner-up.
Forecast
Mostly
cloudy
tonight; low
Corn, soybeans may have record year nationwide
in low 30s. BY MIKE FORD in Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, forecast, he doesn’t think the and forth between the two has more luxury cash. That
Chance of mford@delphosherald.com North Dakota, South Dakota numbers will prove true here. types of plants for the good usually brings about dietary
afternoon and Ohio. Young expects area farmers of soil, and managing insects changes as people incorporate
showers Sunday 30 per- VAN WERT— The US However, this doesn’t to sow grains in their typical and possible diseases. more meat into their diet and
cent. High in mid 50s. Department of Agriculture necessarily mean Tri-county volume. Nonetheless, he under- that causes increased demand
expects a record year for corn farmers will plant more “There may be some stands why this is expected for feed stock to support the
Index corn nationwide. A depart- maize than usual. Dr. Curtis increase but most of our farm- to be a record year for corn. production of that meat,” he
ment press release indicates Young is now the Ohio ers stick to their plan in terms “The price of corn is his- said.
Obituaries 2 farmers intend to plant 92.2 State University Extension of crop rotation between corn torically high and has been According to the 2011
State/Local 3 million acres of corn for all Educator here. He officially and soybeans, which is also through most of winter. That Prospective Plantings report
Politics 4 purposes in 2011. This would started with the Van Wert at a very respectable price. would encourage more corn by the USDA, the nation’s
Community 5 be up five percent from last office Friday, having served Typically, we don’t see any planting in order to take soybean farmers will plant
Sports 6 year and seven percent higher as the extension educator major fluctuations — they advantage of the price. There 76.6 million acres of soy-
Library 7 than in 2009. in Allen County. After that stick to their plan because it is high worldwide demand; I beans this year. The depart-
Classifieds 8 If realized, this will be the extension office closed due isn’t easy or simple to just suspect we are continuing to ment estimates this year’s
Television 9 second-highest planted acre- to funding challenges, Young jump out of your crop rota- export to developing countries soybean crop may be one
World briefs 10 age in the United States since joined extension offices in tion. Messing that up can and anybody who will buy percent lower than last year
1944, ranking just behind the Hancock and Miami counties cause greater long-term prob- corn. Some economies are but if the numbers hold, the
93.5 million acres planted in before returning to the Tri- lems than what it’s worth in doing better than the United 2011 soybean crop could be
2007. Acreage increases of county region. the short term,” he said. States; in China, for example, the third-largest planted area
250,000 or more are expected As for the government’s Farmers usually go back the average Chinese national on record.
2 – The Herald Saturday, April 2, 2011 www.delphosherald.com

For The Record


A pup of scholarly proportions Rapid drop in OBITUARY The Delphos
cabin pressure Steven Miehls
Steven Miehls, 49, of Herald
Jay and I couldn’t have been prouder NANCY SPENCER
Thursday evening as our little Ringo earned prompts landing Delphos, died Friday at St.
Rita’s Medical Center.
Vol. 141 No. 247
Nancy Spencer, editor
his first of what we hope are many diplomas.
He made it! He was a Puppy Kindergarten On the PHOENIX (AP) — A Arrangements are incom-
Southwest Airlines flight from plete at Harter and Schier
Ray Geary, general manager
Delphos Herald, Inc.
graduate.
Of course, we are graduates, too. Other hand Phoenix to California was Funeral Home.
diverted Friday to a military
Don Hemple, advertising
manager
Puppy Kindergarten has been an adventure. Tiffany Brantley,
When we started, we thought we’d have the
most rotten, misbehaved puppy in the bunch. Then the Puppy Games began. First, we
base in Yuma due to rapid
decompression in the plane, FUNERAL circulation manager
federal officials said. GRONE, Brother Marius,
Turns out, most of them start that way. Diane walked with our little friends. They have to Ian Gregor, a Federal 75, memorial Mass will be
The Daily Herald (USPS 1525
whipped us and Ringo into shape in no time. 8000) is published daily except
stay by your left side. Yeah, right. Ringo Aviation Administration held at 9:30 a.m. today at St. Sundays and Holidays.
We also had a few ah-ha moments. There is a makes it his job to veer off course every spokesman in Los Angeles, John the Evangelist Catholic By carrier in Delphos and
lot you forget once your dog is mature. chance he gets. Max won that round. said the cause of the decom- Church. Preferred memorials area towns, or by rural motor
There have been some mishaps. The first Then we all lined up and the pups had to pression wasn’t immediately are to St. John’s Schools. route where available $2.09 per
night we went through the agility course, sit and stay until we released them. Ringo has known, but some passengers week. By mail in Allen, Van
there was a small tinkling incident in the tun- sitting down; it’s the staying he forgets about. on Flight 812 to Sacramento Wert, or Putnam County, $105
nel. Seems Ringo has an over-excitable blad-
der. Please don’t ask Auntie Amanda about
Teahya won that. said there was a hole in the
cabin that caused a rapid
LOTTERY per year. Outside these counties
$119 per year.
Down and stay was next. Did I mention Entered in the post office
this. It’s just too embarrassing. Don’t ask his it’s the staying he forgets? Cajun won that descent. CLEVELAND (AP) — in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
doggie daddy, either. He’s been peed on more round. “It dropped pretty quick,” The winning numbers in Periodicals, postage paid at
times than I have fingers on one hand. Then it happened. Ringo hunkered up and said passenger Brenda Reese, Friday evening’s drawing of Delphos, Ohio.
We always are meanest to the ones we dropped a load. While he is not the first nor who provided cellphone photo- the Ohio Lottery: No mail subscriptions will be
graphs of the cabin damage on accepted in towns or villages
love, aren’t we? I’m sure will he be the last, my face turned where The Daily Herald paper
The first night we switched puppies I had the Boeing 737. The pictures Pick 3
red and my husband had to turn around to 5-5-3 carriers or motor routes provide
to apologize in advance to lady who would keep from laughing. After I cleaned up his showed a panel that was hang- daily home delivery for $2.09
take Ringo. She was sorry, too. See, they’re ing open in a section above the per week.
little mishap, it was time to move on. plane’s middle aisle. Pick 4
all alike in the beginning. Jay and I were little nervous by then. Three 405 North Main St.
“It’s at the top of the plane, 6-1-2-2 TELEPHONE 695-0015
Week 5 we were introduced to our first cat. other puppies had stars beside their names by right up above where you store Office Hours
When that conversation started I felt sweat this time and poor little Ringo had none. Rolling Cash 5 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
your luggage,” Reese told The
popping out on my brow. Are you kidding? The come command was next. Ringo Associated Press in a tele- 10-23-27-32-33 POSTMASTER:
But Ringo came through like trooper. He was up first. I took his lead off because I phone interview. “The panel’s Send address changes
sniffed the rather large tabby from nose to could imagine it getting caught in something not completely off. It’s like Ten OH to THE DAILY HERALD,
tail and back. He didn’t really have an opin- 405 N. Main St.
and that star would never appear beside his ripped down, but you can see 02-07-08-19-20-24-27-35- Delphos, Ohio 45833
ion one way or the other. The other puppies name. completely outside... When 36-37-38-44-47-51-57-61-63-
thought the kitty was OK, too. Jay and I walked to the other end of the you look up through the panel, 65-77-80
When we got in the car that night, Ringo training course. We took a deep breath, you can see the sky.”
asked me if kitties taste like chicken. Shame yelled his name and said, “Come.” Our little Reese said the plane had
on you Ringo. guy flew all the way across the room and sat just left Phoenix Sky Harbor
Then came graduation day. The last day right down in front of us. Eight seconds flat. International Airport when she
of Puppy Kindergarten is a costume contest. Impressive. At the end of this round, Ringo awoke after hearing a “gun-
We scoured the Internet for an appropriate had his star. shot-like sound” in the cabin
costume. We found a white studded Elvis With the competition tied with one star and oxygen masks dropped for
costume that was just too cute; also too pricey all, the agility course was next. Ringo has passengers and flight atten- Delphos City Schools slice, fruit.
Week of April 4-8 Tuesday: Cheesy rotini,
for one day. Then we found the Super Dog taken to this like, well, a star. He is fear- dants. Monday: Chicken nuggets, breadstick, mixed vegetables,
costume. It seemed like fate. When we got less. Officials with Dallas-based bread and butter, oven pota- fruit.
Ringo his ID tag, we chose the Superman We were up first and we hit each sta- Southwest said there were no toes, rosy applesauce, lowfat Wednesday: Pepperoni
emblem. injuries among the 118 people milk. pizza, corn, G-force bar, fruit.
tion with near precision. Sixteen seconds! aboard. However, Reese said Tuesday: Chicken and noo- Thursday: Chicken nuggets,
When the costume arrived in the mail, it Wow. Again, impressive. What should have
was in three pieces. All said and done, Ringo “there were some people that dles, dinner roll, mashed pota- green beans, dinner roll, fruit.
impressed everyone is that mom didn’t fall were passing out because they
toes, sherbet, lowfat milk. Friday: Grilled cheese or tuna
had five string ties around his little body; a lot over or pass out. I had just run the agility Wednesday: Pepperoni salad sandwich, baked beans,
weren’t getting the oxygen.”
of work on a squirming puppy who isn’t sure course, also.
pizza, green beans, strawber-
She said one flight atten- ries, lowfat milk.
sherbet, fruit.
he wants to play the dress-up game. At the end of the Puppy Games, Ringo dant’s oxygen didn’t work Thursday: Rotini casserole, Ottoville
We arrived at class and couldn’t wait to had the most stars and took home a much and that he fell and suffered a garlic bread, tossed salad, fruit, Week of April 4-8
see the other puppies all dressed up. deserved goodie bag. bloody nose.
lowfat milk. Monday: Hot dog/chili dog,
Max had on a Michigan jersey. Teahya It was hard to get (our bursting with pride
Friday: Fish sandwich,
Reese said there was “no creamy rice, vegetable, apple
baked beans, corn chips, pine-
apple, milk.
was an Easter Bunny. Cajun was Simba from swollen heads) through the door to leave real panic” among the pas- crisp, lowfat milk. Tuesday: Sausage, tri tator,
“The Lion King.” The competition was stiff. because we were so proud. Ringo didn’t have sengers, who applauded the french toast stix, O.J., apple-
Teahya ended up winning the costume con- that problem. He hit a recent growth spurt and pilot after he emerged from the St. John’s sauce, milk.
test and was presented a soft, plush oinking everything go a littler bigger — except his cockpit following the emer-
Week of April 4-8
Monday: Popcorn chicken/roll
Wednesday: Hamburger,
french fries, corn, jello, milk.
pig she didn’t appreciate at all. head. Poor Ringo. gency landing. or cold meat sandwich, baked Thursday: Chicken strips,

Army group says there really are atheists in foxholes


potato/butter, salad, peaches, baked potato, butter bread,
milk. peaches, milk.
Tuesday: Coney dog/onions Friday: Grilled cheese, french
HAVING MORE By TOM BREEN nizer of Military Atheists like-minded soldiers.
or roasted chicken breast
sandwich, potato chips, baked
fries, cookie, mixed fruit, milk.
RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS Associated Press and Secular Humanists, “People look at you dif- beans, salad, pears, milk. Elida Elementary,
IS NOT THE SAME or MASH. “We’re also ferently if you say you’re Wednesday: Tacos/ soft/ Middle and High School
AS HAVING MORE MONEY. RALEIGH, N.C. — in foxholes. That’s a big an atheist in the Army,” boat/ lettuce/ tomato/ cheese/
onion or shredded chicken
Week of April 4-8
Daily every student is offered
When it comes to the number The cliche notwithstand- one, right there.” said Lt. Samantha Nicoll, sandwich, salad, strawberry the choice of four different
of retirement accounts you ing, there are atheists in For now, the group a West Point graduate who cup, milk. lunches. These include the one
have, the saying “more is foxholes. meets regularly in homes in January attended her Thursday: Stuffed crust pep- printed here, pizza lunch, sand-
better” is not necessarily In fact, atheists, agnos- and bars outside of Fort first meeting of MASH. peroni pizza or cold meat sand-
wich, corn on the cobb, salad,
wich lunch or chef salad lunch.
Monday: Salisbury steak,
true. In fact, if you hold tics, humanists and other Bragg, one of the big- “That’s extremely taboo. applesauce, milk. mashed potatoes, assorted
multiple accounts with assorted skeptics from the gest military bases in the I get a lot of questions if Friday: Italian dippers or fruit, dinner roll, lowfat milk.
various brokers, it can be Army’s Fort Bragg have country. But it is going I let it slip in conversa- cream of broccoli soup/ crack- Tuesday: Breaded chicken
difficult to keep track of formed an organization in through the long bureau- tion.” ers/ cheese stick, green beans,
salad, turnover, milk.
sandwich, fresh carrots, assort-
ed fruit, lowfat milk.
your investments and to a pioneering effort to win cratic process to win offi- The decision on rec- Wednesday: Roast beef and
see if you’re moving toward recognition and ensure cial recognition from the ognition goes first to an Landeck cheese sandwich, curly fries,
your goals. At the very fair treatment for nonbe- Army as a distinct “faith” Army agency called the Week of April 4-8 assorted fruit, lowfat milk.
least, multiple accounts lievers in the overwhelm- group. Installation Management Monday: Chicken patty sand-
wich, mashed potatoes, fruit,
Thursday: Beef soft taco
with toppings, seasoned corn,
usually mean multiple fees. ingly Christian U.S. mili- That would enable it Command and may be milk. assorted fruit, garlic breadstick,
tary. to meet on base, adver- reviewed after that by the Tuesday: pancakes and sau- lowfat milk.
To learn why consolidating “We exist, we’re here, tise its gatherings and, Army Chaplain Corps. sage, peas, applesauce, milk. Friday: Grilled cheese sand-
your retirement accounts we’re normal,” said Sgt. members say, serve more Neither agency returned Wednesday: Chili soup,
crackers and cheese, butter/
wich, yogurt, green beans,
assorted fruit, lowfat milk.
to Edward Jones makes Justin Griffith, chief orga- effectively as a haven for calls for comment. MASH peanut butter bread, carrot
sense, call today. members said chaplains sticks, fruit, milk. Gomer
at Fort Bragg have been Thursday: Mini corn dogs, Week of April 4-8
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STATE/LOCAL
Marion Township Trustees
The Marion Township plete for March. township should have some type
Trustees held their regular Fiscal Officer Kimmet of policy/procedure guidelines
scheduled meeting on Monday passed out OBMV forms to regarding dealing with limited
at the Marion Township Office be verified and signed in order English proficiency persons. He
with the following mem- to stay in compliance with the would like to possibly get a con-
bers present: Howard Violet, Insurance Company. sortium with adjacent depart-
Jerry Gilden and Joseph The township received a ment regarding this issue.
Youngpeter. letter from the Department of He advised the trustees that
The purpose of the meeting Commerce Division of Liquor a BJA grant is available for
was to pay bills and conduct Control stating that the Liquor body armor for 2012 which he
ongoing business. The minutes permit in the township will will apply for.
of the previous meeting were expire on June 1 and if the town- In regards to replacing pres-
read and approved as read. ship has any objection to it being ent snow plow/dump trucks the
The trustees then reviewed the renewed it must do so by May 2. township has located two used
bills and gave approval for 17 The trustees had no objection so International trucks.
checks totaling $12,303.61. nothing needs to be done. Trustee Youngpeter made
Dick and Sonya Lee were He read a letter from the a motion to purchases a 1995
present to see if anything has Allen County Soil & Water International 4900 truck with
been done regarding their District regarding the Site snow plow and rear spreader
water issue. After the trust- Review Program they are which was seconded by trustee
ees did some checking it was implementing and the trustee Gilden and passed unanimous-
determined that this was not asked Kimmet to see if some- ly.
a zoning issue but rather a one from their office could Trustee Gilden made a
storm water issue which falls attend the next meeting for motion to purchases a 2006
under the County’s jurisdic- more explanation. International 7400 truck with
tion. Rick Keller was present Let the minutes reflect that snow plow and rear spreader
representing the Allen County a copy of the Zoning Board’s which was seconded by trustee
Engineer’s Office and stated decision on the rezoning of the Youngpeter and passed unani-
that the issue has been looked Miller property on Kill Road mously,
Photo submitted into and the county is taking was received and a public hear- Letters of intents to buy
the proper steps to get this ing regarding this will be held will be sent to both townships
Local dancers studying in Mexico issue resolved.
Road Foreman Elwer pre-
at 6:30 p.m. on April 11 at
the Marion Township office. A
involved.
Trustee Violet presented a
The Dancer By Gina are participating in a cultural exchange program in Mexico sented the road stripping pro- legal notice will be published letter from the Allen County
through Sunday. Twelve dancers along with instructor, Gina Wiley, are taking classes gram for 2011 and made sug- regarding this. Engineer’s office that was
with The Talulah Dance Company in Playa del Carmen. The dancers will also perform gestions to what needs done It was decided that the 1997 requested by the township sum-
their own numbers prior to the main show at Iberostar Resorts in Cancun. They will and after some discussion the Ford Crown Victoria that was marizing the drainage issues on
showcase jazz, tumbling, clog, and tap dancing to the guests at the all-inclusive resort. trustees approved and signed the previously used by the Mericle Road.
the program as presented. police deptartment will be sold The trustees then reviewed
The opportunity arose last summer when the dance studio was invited to perform after
It was decided to order the at the April 11, 2011 meeting the 2011 road program and
seeing them on Carnival Cruise lines in 2009. The girls raised money to help defray costs material from DJL Materials by sealed bids. Anyone inter- after some discussion it was
through varous fundraisers. The group took more than 50 friends and family along to to do the crack sealing project ested can send a bid to Marion decided the township would be
watch their performances. Dancers include, front from left, Cassidy Schafer, Lexi Miller and rent the machine as in the Township Office 5405 Kiggins able to fund the program with a
and Alicia Ankerman; center, Jessica Odenweller, Meagan Hempfling, Kaitlyn Klausing past. Rd. Delphos, OH 45833 few minor changes but the dol-
and Samantha Miller; and back, Alexis Thorbahn, Michelle Hitchcock, Sarah Hellman, Elwer gave the trustees the marked “BID”. The trustees lar amount would not change.
Elaina Maag and Mallory Metcalfe. maps they requested for plow- have the right to reject any and There being no further busi-

Gospel Expo underway at Trinity Friends


ing snow and copies will be put all bids. ness, a motion to adjourn by
in each truck. Police Chief Vermillion trustee Gilden was seconded
He also stated that the road stated that to stay in compli- by trustee Youngpeter which
and sign inventory was com- ance with federal regulation the passed unanimously.

Rhodes State accepting


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POLITICS “Never think you’ve seen the last of anything.”


— Eudora Welty, American author (1909-2001)

Today is a very impor- it into the blue box. A clerk of delivery for the carrier
tant day in Delphos and if doesn’t have to handle your that delivers the 1900 block
you will allow me to digress letter; it is in a big tub and of 29th Street. The machine
for a moment ... that tub of mail gets dumped knows that 1951 is deliv-
This evening, your into a larger container as ered before 1955 and it also
Chamber of Commerce will it is placed on the truck to knows that 1959 is on vaca-
host its annual dinner and travel to Toledo. Once off- tion for two weeks so that
fundraiser. As part of those loaded in Toledo, the con- mail is not placed in the
festivities, we will be hon- tainer is put onto a loader delivery trays but sent to
oring those who have been that picks up and dumps another location for vaca-
at the helm for the past year all the mail onto a series of tion hold mail.
and welcoming a new set conveyor belts. The letters The carrier reports for

Obama:
of officers and board mem- travel through a machine work and on the back dock is

IT WAS NEWS THEN bers.


We are very fortunate in
that faces the letter, finds
and cancels the stamp and
a container with trays labeled
for his route and the labels

One Year Ago GOP, Dems a community of our size


(which I understand has
can even do some sortation
to determine which piece of
read CR (carrier route) 15
Tray A, B, C, etc. Without

close to deal
• Junior Optimist members from Jefferson and St. John’s grown since the previous equipment will sort the mail opening the tray, it is placed
high schools volunteered their time to stuff candy and census) to have the qual- further. in his delivery vehicle and he
ity and quantity of success- The mail is loaded onto heads out to his first stop. As
on budget
prize slips into 3,000 plastic eggs for the annual Optimist
Easter Egg Hunt. The hunt will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday at ful programs produced by a conveyor which feeds an the carrier walks down 29th
Waterworks Park. a small group of leaders MLOCR (multi line opti- Street, he fingers through the
supported by an excellent cal character reader). This letter mail to see how many
By DAVID ESPO chamber executive. Next machine can read up to 5 letters there are for the next
25 Years Ago — 1986 The Associated Press
• A recent meeting of the Fort Jennings Ohio Child chance you get, stop in and lines of address and then stop on his route. When he
Conservation League Dimples and Grins was held in the ask Jennifer Moenter what sorts the mail into a hun- reaches 1955, this will be the
WASHINGTON — the chamber has to offer you dred different bins and it first time since you placed
home of Doris Wittler. Election of officers was held. New President Barack Obama said
officers are: president, Patti Huber; vice president, Karen or just take a look at the web does this at 10 pieces per that letter in a mail box in
Friday that Democrats and site at www.delphoscham- second – that’s 36,000 per Delphos, that a human being
Maenle; secretary, Chris Trenkamp; treasurer, Rita Beining; Republicans in Congress are ber.com and it should be as hour. It only takes one per- will touch that individual let-
historian, Marilyn Metzger; parliamentarian, Alice Swick and near agreement on billions of plain as day. Thanks, folks son to keep the conveyor ter.
cheer-up Sharon Calvelage. dollars in spending cuts in a for all you do. full of mail on one or two Now I have been out of
• Committee members for the Delphos Country Club budget compromise to avoid machines and another emp- the biz for a few years, and
Ladies Association card party made final plans for the event. shutting down the government This week, we will host ties the full trays of mail when I retired, there was
The card party, which is open to the public, will be at 7:30 next week. a group of Cub Scouts and that have been sorted. These machinery being installed
p.m. April 22 at the country club. Committee members are Jo Both sides are discussing meeting to discuss some trays travel on another series that knew before that let-
Bandelier, Iona Hanf and Nancy Will. cuts in the range of $33 billion, new programming with the of conveyors and a machine ter even arrived at the dis-
• The annual citywide cleanup will be April 28 to May and Obama said neither side Girl Scout organization. I will read the barcode on the tribution point the Levitts
2, according to Superintendent of Public Service Edgar should get everything it wants. thoroughly enjoy these age tray and send it to the appro- moved six months ago
Schwieterman. He said the trucks for the special cleanup will “They’re going to have to groups. Their minds are still priate truck bay for dispatch from Brooklyn to Aberdeen
follow the regular OSSI routes. Mayor Harold Wieging said compromise,” Obama said wide open to all the possi- to its city of destination. Street in Malverne, NY
no materials will be dumped in Waterworks Park like last during a visit to a shipping bilities. The questions they Please notice that no one 11565. You got it. It would
year. facility in nearby Maryland. ask are sometimes quite has handled your individual not spray the barcode for
“Both sides are close though, thought provoking and they piece of mail, yet. Brooklyn, it would pro-
50 Years Ago — 1961 and we know that a compro- really keep me on my toes. Trucks take containers duce a barcode that would
• On April 6 the Leatherwood Grange, No. 2637, will mise is within reach.” To some of the groups, I full of trays to the airport, take it directly to Malverne
celebrate its 25th anniversary with a literary program at the Obama spoke hours after used to show them a film truck terminal or to the dis- for their distribution to the
Grange Hall in Rimer. Mrs. Richard Humphreys will serve the government reported the entitled “The adventures tribution center for the city carrier route for Aberdeen
as general chairman of the program and Mrs. Rollie Bushong economy added 216,000 jobs of the letter.” With modern your letter is destined for. Street. The Brooklyn carrier
will be in charge of decorations and special feature numbers. last month and the unemploy- technology as it is today in Let’s just say that the letter would never even see it.
Mrs. Edward Buettner will be head of the refreshment com- ment rate fell to a two-year low the USPS, this film has long is going to 1955 East 29th Spooky? The next gen-
mittee. of 8.8 percent. become obsolete. But let me Street, Brooklyn NY 11210 eration of mail distribution
• Officers were re-elected at a recent re-organizational “If these budget negotia- just share with you one very (my birthplace). When it coming down the pike, you
meeting of the board of directors of the Delphos Printing tions break down we could impressive fact about the arrives at JFK, it is trans- will receive all of your mail
and Publishing Company. Carl Dienstberger was renamed end up having to shut down letter you drop in the let- ported to the distribution in a plastic bag where the
president, and other officers include Daisy Sherrick, and the government just at a time terbox next to the fire truck center in Long Island City carrier will walk in, pick up
O. G. Weger, vice presidents; A. J. Laudick, secretary; and when the economy is start- exhibit on Second Street. and then off to the Brooklyn the trays of bags and just put
Norbert W. Grewe, general manager, treasurer and assistant ing to recover,” the president You address your letter, terminal. There, the mail is the bag in your mailbox and
secretary. said. “Given the encouraging place a stamp on it, insure sorted by another type of never even look inside….
• Tom Nomina, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nomina of news we received today on your return address is on it machine that will sort the Beam me up, Scottie. I’m
Delphos, is one of the 17 returning lettermen in football at jobs, it would be the height and you bring it and drop mail right down to the order done here!
of irresponsibility to halt our
It’s the women, stupid
Miami University who virtually has a starting assignment
as a tackle assured, according to a recent bulletin from the economic momentum because
university sports information office. Nomina was one of the of the same-old Washington
outstanding grid performers at Delphos St. John’s during his politics.”
The government’s authority NEW YORK — Whether ably true. Without exception, marriage and “honor killings”
high school days. the topic is Libya’s rebels every nation that oppresses are still accepted custom, it is
to spend money expires next
Friday. or Afghanistan’s “reconcili- women is a failed and, there- not so easy.
75 Years Ago — 1936 ation” with the Taliban, the fore, dangerous nation. No one underestimates the
• Among the cherished golden wedding felicitations of Mr. On Capitol Hill, Senate
Majority Leader Harry Reid, pivotal question is, or should This is not the stuff of challenges of helping women
and Mrs. James Nichols is a letter from President Franklin be: What about the women? stunning revelation, but it is become equal participants in
D. Roosevelt. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols celebrated their golden D-Nev., vowed that any
compromise won’t include During my brief tenure as often overlooked or mini- a civil society only recent-
wedding on Saturday. They reside in York Township, near a CNN anchor, I insistently mized in importance. More ly concocted. But allowing
GOP proposals blocking the
Elgin. raised this question and was typically pressing are armies progress to recede shouldn’t
Environmental Protection
• Plans have been completed to take the Van Wert High consistently disappointed by and artillery. The real fight be an option. Recent negotia-
Agency from enforcing new
School band on a trip to Washington, D. C. on April 30 to rules on greenhouse gases or the answer, which more or is in the trenches where men tions between the Karzai gov-
May 3. About 60 members will make the trip. The band will regulations on a host of other less went like this: historically have clashed to ernment and the Taliban, in
present a concert during the National Farm and Home Hour issues. “Yes, well, the women. resolve their differences. which women’s rights could
over a National Broadcasting hookup on May 1. A tour of Reid referred to a raft of Too bad about the women. Ironically perhaps to those be diluted, should have all of
interesting places in Washington is being planned. Republican policy provisions They’ll suffer.” still waiting for the oceans us worried.
• Jane W. Brotherton discussed various phases of the attached to a House-passed Women, and by extension to recede and the planet to It is too bad, meanwhile,
Delphos Public Library before a large group of women government-wide funding bill children, are what too many heal, President George W. that we are restricted in these
assembled at the Presbyterian Church Wednesday. The lun- currently being negotiated in have come to accept as “col- Bush and Laura Bush always discussions by terminology
cheon was sponsored by the Ladies Aid Society of the church. hopes of avoiding a govern- lateral damage” in theaters understood the necessity of that rings of cliche. “Women’s
Mrs. F. W. Knowlton was in charge of the “Mystery Friend ment shutdown next weekend. of war. We hate it, of course, including women in the peace rights” sounds too much like
Revelation.” In addition to blocking new but what can one do? It isn’t equation. Hence, the histor- debates about abortion and
regulations on greenhouse in our strategic interest to ic U.S.-Afghan Women’s subsidized day care. What
gases, such riders include lan- save the women and chil- Council established in 2002 we’re really talking about is
dren of the world. Or, as by Bush and Afghan President basic human rights. The free-
Moderately confused
guage blocking EPA plans to
clean up the Chesapeake Bay, an anonymous senior White Hamid Karzai. dom to work, to make deci-
and its plans to close down House official recently told At a conference last week sions about one’s own life,
mountaintop mines the agency The Washington Post: hosted by the former first cou- to seek an education and to
believes will cause too much “Gender issues are going ple — “Building Afghanistan’s be safe to walk on the streets
water pollution. to have to take a back seat Future: Promoting Women’s without a male escort. To be
That was a reversal from to other priorities. There’s Freedom and Advancing fully human, in other words.
comments Reid made Tuesday no way we can be successful Their Economic Opportunity” Anything less is terrorism
in which he signaled flexibility if we maintain every special — the Bushes reiterated their by any other name. The insan-
on riders, though he would not interest and pet project. All commitment to the women of ity that sends jihadists to rain
say which one. those pet rocks in our ruck- Afghanistan and their belief hell on civilized nations is
Reid’s comments came sack were taking us down.” that protecting women should the same that stones women
two days after The Associated Secretary of State Hillary be at the core of our foreign to death for failing to com-
Press reported that the White Clinton, no stranger to the policy. port to primitive norms of
House was signaling in private importance of advancing “We liberated Afghanistan behavior.
meetings with lawmakers that women’s rights, promptly from the Taliban, because of As Clinton wrote in Time
some Republican proposals on refuted the comment. Even providing a safe haven for magazine in 2001, “The
the EPA’s regulatory powers so, the anonymous spokes- al-Qaeda,” George Bush told mistreatment of women in
would have to make it into the man’s opinion, though inart- Fox News anchor Greta Van Afghanistan was like an early
final bill. The lawmaker pro- fully expressed, is hardly iso- Susteren. “I believed then warning signal of the kind of
viding the information insisted lated. and believe now we have an terrorism that culminated in
on anonymity because the dis- But what if this is a false obligation to help this young the attacks of September 11.”
cussions were private. Reid premise? What if saving democracy in Afghanistan Women are not collateral
himself had signaled flexibil- women from cultures that survive — and thrive. And damage in the fight for secu-
ity. Taken together, the revela- treat them as chattel was in one of the best and most rity. They are not pet rocks in
tions ignited a firestorm among our strategic and not just effective ways to do so is to a rucksack, nor are they side-
environmental activists. moral interest? What if help- empower women.” bars to the main story. They
House Speaker John Boehner ing women become equal Such a simple concept, are the story — and should
of Ohio, who’s the leading members of a society was empowering women. Except be the core of our foreign pol-
negotiator for Republicans, has the most reliable route to our that in a country where men icy strategy in Afghanistan as
insisted publicly and privately own security? feel free to throw acid in the elsewhere.
that some GOP policy prescrip- One needn’t be a visionary faces of little girls trying to Kathleen Parker’s e-mail
tions will have to make it into to accept this simple tenet as attend school, it is not so sim- address is kathleenparker@
the final bill. not only probable but inescap- ple. In a nation where child washpost.com.
www.delphosherald.com Saturday, April 2, 2011 The Herald – 5

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TODAY Sister Dorthea Arndt, left, was the winner of the ALCO Sixth grade Damion Stephens, Joshua Teman, Zackary Wannemacher, Kelly
9 a.m.-noon — Interfaith gift certificate raffle held by the Catholic Daughters of Cole Arroyo, Jakob Rileigh Tippie, Jennifer Violet and White and Kurt Wollenhaupt.
Thrift Store is open for shop- America, Delphos Court. Ruth Liebrecht, chairlady of the
ping. November fundraisers, presents her with her gift card.
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Mike McNamee
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in their goal of providing eye Dorthea Arndt.
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WEEKLY ATHLETIC Wildcats get 1st win of new baseball season


SCHEDULE Parkway coach Mike
Schumm was not pleased with
rifice fly to left for the fourth
run.
APRIL 4 Paulding at Columbus his team’s overall play. Parkway got one back in
Baseball Grove (NWC), 5 p.m. “We were too inconsistent the third on a 1-out single by
Shawnee at St. John’s, 5 p.m. Softball
Fort Jennings at Ottawa- LCC at Jefferson (NWC), 5 p.m. offensively. We didn’t keep Luth and a double to left cen-
Glandorf, 5 p.m. Ottoville at Miller hitting the whole game,” he ter by Bransteter. However,
Hicksville at Lincolnview, 5 p.m. City (PCL), 5 p.m. said. “We had the one bad the Wildcats turned an inning-
Miller City at Kalida Spencerville at Bluffton inning defensively where we ending twin-killing: Baker
(PCL), 5 p.m. (NWC), 5 p.m.
Softball Lincolnview at Crestview gave up the four runs and we bounced out to shortstop Moore
Elida at Coldwater, 5 p.m. (NWC), 5 p.m. made some big base-running and then first baseman Curtis
APRIL 5 Arlington at Kalida, 5 p.m. mistakes. Jefferson gets a lot of Miller’s relay to third was in
Baseball Paulding at Columbus
Miller City at Jefferson, 5 p.m. Grove (NWC), 5 p.m. credit; they are a fine team and time to double-up Bransteter.
Columbus Grove at Track and Field they will win a lot of games.” The Red and White got
Ottoville (PCL), 5 p.m. Fort Jennings, Pandora-Gilboa The Panthers (2-2) got an their final run in the home half.
Pandora-Gilboa at Fort and Leipsic at Ottoville, 4:30 p.m.
Jennings (PCL), 5 p.m. Tennis unearned run in the first frame With one out, Miller went yard
Elida at Defiance (WBL), 5 p.m. Elida at Sidney Lehman, 4:30 p.m. against senior right-hander Ben to the left of the scoreboard in
Holgate at Kalida, 5 p.m. APRIL 8 Babcock, with Derek Luth (hit left-center field (around 362
Softball Baseball
Columbus Grove at Wapakoneta at Elida by a pitch, stolen base and feet) for a 5-2 score.
Ottoville (PCL), 5 p.m. (WBL), 5 p.m. passed ball) scoring on a 2-out With junior Jeff Schleeter
Defiance at Elida (WBL), 5 p.m. Softball error on a pickoff try at sec- — the winning pitcher —
Kalida at Pandora- Antwerp at Jefferson, 5 p.m.
Gilboa (PCL), 5 p.m. St. Henry at Spencerville, 5 p.m. ond, trying to get Dylan Baker on the mound for Delphos,
Track and Field Lincolnview at Continental, 5 p.m. (walk) stealing the base. He Parkway got their leadoff guy
Spencerville and Fort Jennings Elida at Wapakoneta moved to third on the play but in the fourth: John Rollins; on
at Jefferson, 4:30 p.m. (WBL), 5 p.m. was left stranded there. via a single and a wild pitch
Ottoville and Lincolnview Kalida at Miller City
at Crestview, 4:30 p.m. (PCL), 5 p.m. Tom Morris photo Parkway left a runner on moved him up. An out later,
Columbus Grove at Ada, 4:30 p.m. Track and Field first in the next frame. Johnathan Fent bounced to
Elida and Jackson Center St. John’s and Columbus Grove Jefferson junior third sacker Tony George tags out The Wildcats struck back Moore, whose alert play easily
at Coldwater, 4:30 p.m. at Bearcat Relays, 4:15 p.m. Parkway’s John Rollins at third in the fourgh inning of
Tennis Tennis with a 4-spot in the home half got Rollins out at third.
Defiance at Elida Elida at Wapakoneta the teams’ non-league baseball matchup Friday at Wildcat against Parkway right-hander The Wildcats got a 1-out hit
(WBL), 4:30 p.m. (WBL), 4:30 p.m. Field. The host Red and White garnered their first win of Connor Jutte (0-1). With one batter (Kortokrax) and a line
APRIL 6 APRIL 9 2011 with a 5-4 victory. down, Justin Rode got on via an single by Moore in the home
Baseball Baseball
St. John’s at LCC, 5 p.m. Bath at Jefferson (DH), noon
By JIM METCALFE after three innings and held off error and Babcock walked. A half. However, Jutte retired the
Miller City at Ottoville Perry at Fort Jennings (DH), noon
jmetcalfe@ the Panthers 5-4. double to right-center field — next two batters with no more
(PCL), 5 p.m. Lincolnview at Wayne
Crestview at Fort Jennings, 5 p.m. Trace (DH), noon delphosherald.com “We responded well. with the wind blowing toward damage.
Columbus Grove at Ottawa-Glandorf at Columbus We played with great effort that area of the park — by Parkway had another threat
Continental (PCL), 5 p.m. Grove (DH), noon
DELPHOS — Doug Thursday and I wasn’t sure Jordan Vorst plated Rode to tie stymied in the fifth as Chris
Softball Waynesfield-Goshen at
Jefferson at Miller City, 5 p.m. Spencerville (DH), 2 p.m. Geary’s Jefferson baseball how we’d respond tonight but it at 1. With Seth Wollenhaupt Brazle got a 1-out single
Ottoville at Shawnee, 5 p.m. Crestview at Kalida, 2 p.m. team had a tough one Thursday we did,” Geary noted. “We pinch-running for Babcock, and stole second. However,
Elida at Crestview, 5 p.m. Van Wert and Napoleon
night, losing to St. John’s in finished out the week well. We he beat a throw home from Schleeter retired the next two
APRIL 7 at Elida, 5 p.m.???? shortstop Riley Bransteter on batters.
Baseball Softball eight innings. got beat pretty good Monday
LCC at Jefferson (NWC), 5 p.m. Lincolnview at Waynesfield- Fortunately for the Wildcats, against Kalida and played well a bouncer by Evan Neubert to Corey Decker got the next
Fort Jennings at Leipsic Goshen (DH), noon
they had no time to dwell on it last night and tonight. Overall, take the lead for good. With six outs for the Panthers,
(PCL), 5 p.m. Elida at Perrysburg, noon runners on the corners, Drew including a double play in the
Spencerville at Bluffton Leipsic at Ottoville (PCL), 2 p.m. as they hosted Parkway in non- we played good defense; it’s
(NWC), 5 p.m. Track and Field conference action Friday night just tough to field the ball with Kortokrax ripped a single to sixth.
Lincolnview at Crestview Fort Jennings at Anna
at windy and chilly Wildcat the weather the way it is. Errors left to get Vorst in and put Parkway made it interest-
(NWC), 5 p.m. Invitational, 9 a.m. Neubert at third, from where ing in the sixth. They pieced
Kalida at Pandora- Elida at Ehresman Field. will happen but we didn’t let
Gilboa (PCL), 5 p.m. Invitational, 10 a.m. They built up a 5-2 lead our mistakes get us down.” he scored on Nik Moore’s sac- together three hits and two
Jefferson errors to score twice:

LOCAL ROUNDUP a run-scoring hit by Brice


Bedwell (plating Baker, who’d
gotten on via an error) and
Van Wert wins match-up Meanwhile Parkway was Commissioner Mike Mullen has Jared Hallfeldt, Brad Miller, Isaac SPENCERVILLE: Abby another run-scoring hit by Fent
of unbeatens unable to crack the scoreboard. released the conference’s Schilar-
Athletes for the winter sports season.
Rager, Josh Ream, Steven Rickard,
Kole Rolsten.
Freewalt, Victoria Hardesty, Jenna
Kahle, Rachael Kahle, Brittany
(Bedwell, who got to third on
By Kirk Dougal Although Williams did not CHEERLEADING DELPHOS JEFFERSON: Mitchell Kill, Claire McConnell, Cortney an attempted double-steal with
Times Bulletin Editor allow them much to work with ADA: Danielle Hannah, Trista Antalis, Logan Bonifas, Ryan Miller, Mackenzie Miller, Alyssa Rollins, who was gunned down
kdougal@timesbulletin.com on the night - giving up only Douce, Cossette Broeduer, Alli
Johansen, Kylie Kipker, Alisa
Ebbeskotte, Shayn Klinger, Austin
Jettinghoff, Ross Thompson.
Mulholland, Jennifer Post.
WRESTLING
at home by second baseman
three hits, one walk and one hit Wireman. LIMA CENTRAL CATHOLIC: Jon ALLEN EAST: Grant Dues, Colt Nick Cook, with Rode making
ROCKFORD - Two of the batter - when the Panthers were ALLEN EAST: Haley Schafer, Steiger, Austin Stolly, Bubba Krieg, Lovejoy, Cody Lovejoy, Tanner Engle, a great play holding onto the
best softball teams in the area able to string together some Hannah Hoy, Melissa Hefner, Haley Tyler O’Connor, Billy Taflinger, John Trey Gossard, Max McAdoo, Caleb ball at home after a collision
Joseph, Brooke Forest, Kourtney Kidd, Tre’on Johnson. Burkey
hooked up on Friday night in baserunners, they were unable Reneau. LINCOLNVIEW: Zach Kreischer, BLUFFTON: Weston Barry, Josh with the runner).
Rockford and Van Wert used to get the big hit to get them BLUFFTON: Alexa Knodel, Jack Frank, Kyle Williams. Bracy, Josiah Conley, Justin Conner, However, Miller came on
timely hitting to come away over the hump and back into Jennifer Hieronimus, Lindsey Buettner, PAULDING: Derrick Pease, Ryan Conner, Cody Williams-Basinger, in the seventh to close it out
Katlyn Bates, Ashton Cluts Devan Bermejo, Logan Stoller, Sam Jacob Garmatter, Zach Wilson, Jordan
with a 4-0 win over Parkway. the game. COLUMBUS GROVE: - Heilshorn, Daniele Guarnaschelli, Brinkman, Kody Koronich, Ben Moser, and fanned two batters — both
The damage started early Williams earned the win for MacKenzie Schroeder, Nicole Anthony Arellano, Grant Harder, Dustin Brinkman, Katie Herr, Amber looking — after a 1-out error
for the Cougars. With two outs the Cougars, allowing no runs Langhals, Lindsay Wurth. Jesse Glass. Rayl on a ball hit by Luth.
CRESTVIEW: Courtney Gehres, SPENCERVILLE: Daniel COLUMBUS GROVE: Dakota
in the top of the first, Morgan on only the three hits while Erika Frey, Brittany Helt, Shelby Binkley, Ben Bowers, Eli Bowers, Fischer, Dylan Kleman, Jake
“Ben gave up the unearned
Williams doubled and was striking out nine and walking Minnich, Courtney Smart, Kristen Devon Cook, Derek Goecke, Trevor Graham, Alec Gladwell, Tyler run in the first but he settled
immediately singled home by only one. Snyder took the loss Wein. Hardeman, Levi Krouskop, Kevin Schroeder. down after that. We’re on a
Sammie Fiegel. Fiegel moved for Parkway, giving up four DELPHOS JEFFERSON: Haley
Drerup, Kelsey Goodwin, Alecia
Lenhart, Coleman McCormick, Cole
Roberts.
DELPHOS JEFFERSON: Darren
Edinger, Mike Joseph, Curtis Miller,
pitch count and he pitched
up on a passed ball which gave runs, only one earned, on 11 Menke, Kayla Warnecke, Destiny GIRLS BASKETBALL Colin McConnahea, Adam Crabtree, some Monday, so I didn’t want
Gretchen Klinker the chance to hits and four walks while strik- Thompson. ADA: Moriah Rouch, Tabbi Jolliff, Cotey Nichols, Tanner Vermule. to push him too far,” Geary
drive her in with a single and a ing out eight. LIMA CENTRAL CATHOLIC:
Elle McFarland, Jade Culbertson, Ali
Kenzie Fell, Lindsay Simmons, Taylor
Willeke, Morgan Rouch.
LIMA CENTRAL CATHOLIC -
Cody Hahn, David Gremling, Vincent
added. “Jeff did a nice job
2-0 Van Wert lead. Williams also led the way Whitney, Ally Allman, Anna Heider, ALLEN EAST: Haley Schafer, Fosburgh, Brandon McCormick, today in middle relief. Curtis is
Parkway was unable to score at the plate with two doubles Claire Dieringer, Elizabeth Muha, Kayla Crow, Katrina Wireman, Eliza Bobby Sunderhaus, Jake Tremoulis, one we’re trying hard to build
in the bottom of the inning and while Tiffany Pierce and Nicole Johnston, Rileigh Zickafoose, Laing, Kaycee Rowe. Zack Ellsworth. up his confidence; you can see
Addie Rumer, Alexa Nieman, Kolleen BLUFFTON: Paige Buroker, Bailey LINCOLNVIEW: D. J. Gaskill.
both teams stayed the same in Kelsey Saylor also collected Duffy, Stephanie Lamoreau, Taylor Prichard, Anna Crisp, Lydia Guagenti, PAULDING: Nick Hanenkratt, Nick the potential there.”
the second inning as well. But in two-baggers. Brittany Kallas Bresson, Melany Hire, Samantha Molly Lengyel, Mariah Welch, Sami Flint, Derek Shrider, Taylor Deatrick, Schumm is seeing a pattern
the third inning it was Williams also had a multiple-hit game Garlock. Harrod. Sidney Salinas, Cody Jarrell, Norberto he doesn’t like.
LINCOLNVIEW: Hillary Ludwig, COLUMBUS GROVE: Kelsey Ruiz, Brandon Antoine.
again. This time, she smoked a with two singles. Brianna Johnston, Leslie Hicks, Fruchey, Rachael Stechschulte, SPENCERVILLE: Cory Binkley, “The other game we lost
long drive to left with one out Parkway’s Khelley Adams Danyelle Mercer, Whitney Miller, Anna Ricker, Nikki Stechschulte, Trevor Bockey, Jonas Johnson, this year ended up the same
and hit the drainage plastic on doubled while Morgan Cron Taylor Smith, Kelsey Clemons, Cece Utendorf, Renee Karhoff. Lucas Krouskop, Kyle Sawmiller, way; us being passive and not
Emily Osting. CRESTVIEW: Jessica Burger,
the top of the fence, just barely and Megan Ketchum singled PAULDING: Kaitlin Relyea, Kallie Gamble, Danica Hicks, Kirstin
Lucas Shumate, Tyler Shumate.
SWIMMING
aggressive. That is something
staying in the park for another for their team’s three hits. Jessica Manz, Connor Pease, Hicks, Catelyn Mefferd, Madison ADA: Partib Das, Karl Karcher, we have to address quickly,”
double. Her courtesy runner Van Wert goes to 3-0 on Rebecca Wilhelm, Derrick Echols, Preston, MacKenzie Richard. Jon Robey, Michael Savino, Matt Schumm added. “We were too
then scored two batters later on the season while Parkway falls Iesha Ingol.
SPENCERVILLE: Miranda
DELPHOS JEFFERSON:
Bridget Culp, Morgan Fischbach,
Wilcox, Abigail Savino, Ellen Smittle,
Lorna Spar, Erica Kier, Kendra Paul,
tentative in situations where
a passed ball. to 3-1. Barnes, Kaley Core, Shelby Cox, Chelsey Fischer, Emily Fought, Corissa Cole, Suzy Young. we needed to be attacking and
The Cougars added an insur- Van Wert 201 001 0 - 4 11 Alexandria Degen, Katie Kuchefski, Amanda Hamilton, Kristin Klausing, LIMA CENTRAL CATHOLIC: go after it; we took two called
ance run in the sixth inning Parkway 000 000 0 - 0 3 Kelli Ley, Jordan Rex.
BOYS BASKETBALL
Kennedy Boggs, Megan Gilden,
Courtney Lewis.
Brandon Emmons, Noel Shanahan, third strikes.”
Michael Frankart, Michael Gremling,
when Brooke Fuerst and Kelsey WP - Williams; LP - ADA: Alex Weber, Konnor Baker, LIMA CENTRAL CATHOLIC - Ariel Danielle Brenner, Emily Hullinger, Kylie Parkway hosts Mississinawa
Saylor had back-to-back sin- Snyder Austin Weber, Stephen Budwit, Cole McDuffie, Sharika Watson, Madison Schroeder, Katie Weger, Holly Davis, Valley for a doubleheader
gles. Toni Acquaviva laid down 2B - (VW) - Williams (2), Simon, Gabe Sutton, Eli Roberson. George, Whitney Hall, Lexi Kingsbery, Jacqueline Rex, Celeste Shanahan, today.
ALLEN EAST: Levi Creeger, Levi Shayna Niese, Tylyn Taylor, Janeece Sarah Scheiwiller, Mary Stoll, Allison
a perfect sacrifice bunt to move Pierce, Saylor; (P) - Adams Hoy. West, Molly Clements, Meredith Hullinger, Aubrey Meyer, Rebecca Jefferson hosts Miller City
the runners up to second and ----- BLUFFTON: RJ Stratton, Michael Shepherd. Patterson, Maddison Stallkamp. 5 p.m. Tuesday.
third before Fuerst scored on a NWC announces Scholar- Liska, Keshaun Hughes, Matt Gillett, LINCOLNVIEW: Claire Dye, BOWLING
Athletes Kyle Siefker, Levi Gleason. Katie Dye, Kaitlyn Brant, Kaylee LIMA CENTRAL CATHOLIC:
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Quotes of local interest supplied by CRESTVIEW: Dallis Gibson, Edwards, Jessica Farr, Kayla Owens. Wiechart, Olivia Casey. ss 4-0-1-1, Dylan Baker 3b 3-1-0-
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Spring into reading at the library during National Library Week


Spring is officially here! ering from five cruel years footsteps as a healer. But in ick sailors, and the shadowy Cast Iron Cookbook — illustrations are charming –
As you get your gardens, of Nazi occupation. Her late nineteenth-century England, world of Chinese toy facto- Joanna Pruess this book teaches and enter-
lawns and flower beds husband was a pilot in the the medical profession is ries. Moby-Duck is a journey In memory of: JEANETTE tains at the same time.
cleaned up and ready to plant Royal Norwegian Air Force closed to women. She sees into the heart of the sea and BAUMGARTNER
for this year, remember, the and she has come to visit his midwifery as a back door an adventure through science, Given by: Margaret Big Babies, Little Babies
library has a large selection homeland and to meet his into that world. Seeking to myth, the global economy, Merschman family & Jim’s by Lorrie Mack and Penny
of gardening books that you family. She stays with Molly, escape a possible murder con- and some of the worst weath- Restaurant customers and Smith
will find helpful. You’ll find who with other English war- viction in England, Hannah’s er imaginable. With each new employees 30 different baby animals,
everything from how deep brides, makes her welcome. world is turned upside down discovery, Hohn learns of both enormous and petite, are
to plant your vegetables and On her first day there, a law- as she boards a boat bound loose thread, and with each Cooking Light Comfort given a two page spread with
flowers to identifying that yer, Alex Ringstad, comes for Melbourne. Arriving dur- successive chase, he comes Food pictures and text about each
pesky worm or insect that with what is vir- ing a period closer to understanding where In memory of: Viola M. mother and baby pair. From
attacks your plants every tually a com- of enormous his castaway quarry comes Schmidt eagles to ostriches to clown
year. mand from change in from and where it goes. Given by: Margaret fish, readers will discover a sur-
We still have lots of tax her father-in- Australia, Merschman family & Jim’s plus of information and photos.
forms for anyone who hasn’t law that she Hannah faces 615.321 Home Herbal: Restaurant Some baby animals are cared
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The week of April 11-16 tory. In spite fight for Make your Pleasures is fed, its habitat, predators and
is NATIONAL LIBRARY of many diffi- acceptance own health- From The how it protects itself.
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will be a special puppet pro- winter in liv- love with by profession- The Rescue Like The Willow Tree,
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On April 14, Paula finds love and much more men: Neal Scott, an American Use the direc- ory of: Ella Pierre by Lois Lowry
Schumm will present a pro- in the country that becomes photographer seeking a new tory of 100 Pierner New titles have been pub-
gram with several stringed her own. life in Australia, and Jamie key medici- Given lished in the very popular
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dropped for the entire week. Gideon’s Sword – ing arrest. discover what each herb can Willie Vasquez Davis’ story begins with
Be sure to stop in the library Douglas Preston & Lincoln treat, how to harvest and grow the events of Pearl Harbor
that week. Child NON-FICTION it., how to use it to make a FROM THE where her brother is stationed
At 12, Gideon Crew wit- 277.3 Plain Wisdom remedy, and how to apply it— CHILDREN’S CORNER: aboard the USS Arizona and
8 DVD titles were nessed his father, a world- – Cindy Woodsmall & with detailed dosage advice. Easter moves to the Japanese intern-
added to our collection this class mathematician, accused Miriam Flaud Follow step-by-step photo- This simple and ador- ment camps where she and
month: of treason and gunned down. Best-selling novelist Cindy graphic demonstrations and able board book is packed her father moves to be close
The Adventures Of At twenty-four, summoned to Woodsmall might seem to recipes to make creams, bath with entertainment for little to the Japanese Baptist con-
Champion The Wonder his dying mother’s bedside, have little in common with soaks, face masks, soaps,, and readers. It is a ‘Slide and gregation he pastors. Lydia’s
Horse Gideon learned that his father Miriam Flaud, a woman a huge variety of homemade Find’ which means it has lit- story takes place during
Kung Fu Master was framed and deliberately immersed in the culture of remedies in your own kitchen. tle doors that slide to reveal WW1. She and her brother
Morning Glory slaughtered. With her last Old Order Amish. But with Eat to heal with over 70 reci- something behind the door. are orphaned by the Spanish
The Next Three Days breath, she begged her son nine children and almost sixty pes for herbal teas, tinctures, On one page, it’s colors, with flue and sent to live in a
Scooby-Doo: Curse Of to avenge him. Now, Gideon years of marriage between smoothies, salads, and soups. different flowers behind the Shaker community, where
The Lake Monster crafts a one-time mission of them, Cindy and Miriam doors, and on another it’s ani- her brother runs away from.
The Switch vengeance, aimed at the per- both have found the secrets 635 Backyard Harvest – mal babies and moms. The These are also available on
Terms Of Endearment petrator of his father’s destruc- to facing life with strength Jo Whittingham youngest readers will enjoy CD and more new titles are
The Wizard Of Oz tion. His plan is meticulous, and grace. Whether enduring Here’s how to bring home- sliding the doors to see what’s promised in the future.
spectacular, and success- financial setbacks, celebrating grown fruits and vegetables behind, while those a little
FICTION ful. But from the shadows, new babies and times of pros- to the table every day of the older will enjoy the concept The Romeo And Juliet
Love You More — Lisa someone is watching. A very perity, grieving the crushing year. This easy-to-use guide being taught and answering Code by Phoebe Stone
Gardner powerful someone, who is losses in the deaths of family shows you what to sow and the questions. And everyone Felicity is abruptly moved
Tough-gal detective D.D. impressed by Gideon’s special and friends, or facing disap- plant, how to keep crops will enjoy the bright, colorful from her home in London
Warren is grappling with skills. Someone who has need pointments with their respec- growing, when to harvest, illustrations. across the pond to Maine to
her own personal issues of just such a renegade. And tive communities—through and the best ways to store stay for the remainder of the
when she is assigned to a for Gideon, this operation may it all they find guidance for your produce. The book fea- Mother Goose war with her Gram, Aunt
case that makes her life seem be only the beginning… each day by looking to God. tures more than 80 crops— Picture Puzzles by Will Miami and Uncle Gideon.
easy. State trooper Tessa The two women welcome from winter roots through to Hillenbrand The only contact she has
Leoni overcame a difficult Real Life & Liars – you into their unique friend- spring greens, speedy sum- Hillenbrand has created the with her parents is by let-
childhood and alcoholism Kristina Riggle ship. You’ll also gain a rare mer salads, and fall fruits. It perfect combination: nursery ter which her uncle whisks
to become a loving single For Mirabelle Zielinski’s glimpse into the traditions covers the lean winter months rhymes and picture puzzles or away the second they arrive.
mom to her daughter, Sophie, children, happiness always and ways of the Amish as with advice on growing under a rebus. On one page, you’ll When she finally gets to see
and a respected police offi- seems to be just out of reach. Miriam recalls special occa- cover, storing, freezing, and find the nursery rhyme with the letters, they are coming
cer. Now, after three years of Her polished older daughter sions and shares family reci- making jellies and preserves. pictures taking the place of from Portugal and written in
marriage to merchant mariner clings to a stale marriage. Her pes throughout the book. And it includes techniques some words and on the oppo- code! Why are her parents in
Brian, everything seems to son, so creative, is a down- for all levels of expertise and site an illustration with clues Portugal – closer to battles
be going great. So why is in-the-dumps songwriter with 551.46 Moby- Duck – a variety of growing spac- to tell you what word the of WW2? Also living with
D.D. called to a crime scene the worst taste in women. Donovan Hohn es—whether you have a large picture takes the place of. For Gram is handsome Derek.
where Brian’s been mur- And the “baby,” who lives When the author heard of kitchen garden or just a small example, in ‘Little Boy Blue’ Can Felicity and Derek crack
dered, Tessa’s nearly beaten life on a whim, is now reluc- the mysterious loss of a load of yard or balcony. the haystack is replaced with the Romeo and Juliet code
to death, and Sophie’s miss- tantly pregnant and hitched 28,800 Chinese-manufactured MEMORIALS a picture of a haystack. The together?
ing? Things get even more to a man twice her age. On plastic bath toys at sea, he fig-
interesting when Tessa con- the weekend of their parents’ ured he would interview a few
fesses to the murder but has anniversary party, lies will oceanographers, talk to a few
no idea where her daughter is. be revealed, hearts broken, beachcombers, and read up
D.D. knows that Tessa’s spin- and love found. And the big- on Arctic science and geog-
ning a web of lies, but getting gest shock may come from raphy. “But questions can be
to the truth will take quite a Mirabelle, who has a secret like ocean currents: wade in
bit of work. that will change everything. too far, and they carry you
away.” Hohn’s accidental
The House By The Fjord This Golden Land – odyssey pulls him into the
– Rosalind Laker Barbara Wood secretive world of shipping
When Anna Harvik goes Eighteen-year-old Hannah conglomerates, the daring
to Norway in 1946, this beau- Conroy has always dreamed work of Arctic researchers,
tiful country is still recov- of following in her father’s the lunatic risks of maver-

Mom unhappy with adult son


Dear Annie: I am ready Dear Annie: I have been for counseling so we can fig-
for the loony farm. Both of married for 36 years. “Alvin” ure out the best way to handle
my adult sons are back at and I have not had a good our relationship and whether
home, one with his child. My marriage in a long while and it’s worth staying together.”
husband retired last year. I have separated several times. Good luck to both of you.
am still working. In the past few years, Alvin Dear Annie: This is in
One son, “Matt,” contrib- has been unfaithful. response to “Emotionally
utes toward rent and house- After a recent affair, I Drained,” whose husband is
hold chores, but the other, shamed Alvin into reluctantly bipolar and abusive. She will
“Joe,” sits like a bump on a returning home. I now real- not be able to help her hus-
log and does nothing. I’m ize that no amount of time band, and it will only get
sure that Joe has will fix the lack of worse as the years go by.
Attention Deficit trust. I truly can- An untreated mental illness
Disorder, but he not forgive him for can drag down those closest
won’t do anything his years of infi- to it. My husband burned all
about it. I don’t delity. I no longer his bridges with family and
want to throw him love him. We have friends, and I felt responsible
out, but he leaves nothing in common for his well-being.
us no choice. He except our grown I think children would
always claims we children. I do not have better memories of their
love his brother enjoy or want to be father from a distance and
more, but it’s not intimate with him. grow up more stable with one
true. Matt is sim- I am tired of sane parent, rather than with
ply more respon- pretending things a mother who is emotionally
sible, while Joe sits Annie’s Mailbox are OK. I am mis- drained and a father who is
around looking for erable, and I know mentally ill and abusive. --
handouts. he is not happy, either. I do Stress Free at Last
I am a firm believer in not enjoy being around his Dear Readers: We are
tough love, but Joe always family. The last time we sep- carrying on Ann Landers’
finds a way to make us feel arated, I dated other men and tradition that April 2 be set
guilty. Please help. I need found it refreshing. I now aside as Reconciliation Day,
my sanity. -- Drowning in wish Alvin would leave, but I a time to make the first move
Denver doubt he will, because I made toward mending broken rela-
Dear Denver: Kids are him feel so guilty. At the tionships. It also would be
great at playing on their par- time, I thought I needed him, the day on which we agree
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much to ask, he is welcome Miserable in California e-mail your questions to
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We also recommend you con- Here are the words: “Alvin, or write to: Annie’s Mailbox,
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HI AND LOIS
Tomorrow’s Horoscope
By Bernice Bede Osol
Sunday, April 3, 2011 carefully or fully thought through. Colleagues will applaud you for
Loss is highly likely. getting involved in an unworkable
Let your past experiences and arrangement and transforming it into
acquired knowledge guide you in the Monday, April 4, 2011 something that feathers many a nest.
year ahead, so that you can use old LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) --
stumbling blocks as stepping stones Several new, enviable social You’re not going to find a better day
to a brighter future. You will have and business relationships can be to do a bit of negotiating with those
learned well from previous gaffes. established in the next year. Each in authority to improve a certain
ARIES (March 21-April 19) -- will involve people who will be as condition at work that everyone finds
What may be right for another might anxious to advance your interests unsatisfactory and even irritating.
not be suitable for you, so when faced as you will be to help develop their SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
with an opposing view, stand by hopes and desires. -- Keeping your feelings to yourself
your own beliefs, but do so without ARIES (March 21-April 19) about someone for whom you have
expecting others to back you. -- If you want others to be receptive a romantic interest can be foolhardy.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) --
Do not take a backseat in a situation
to your ideas or wants, you need
to appeal to their emotions. You
A reluctance to reveal your emotions
is hindering your chances for a
BLONDIE
where you should be exercising your should be able to do this more easily relationship.
authority, just because a big mouth with people whom you’ve recently SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
wants to run the show. Stand up for helped. 21) -- You might have to take a
what you know to be right. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) circuitous route in order to achieve
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -- Utilize your powerful, positive a critical objective. As you take each
-- You should take care not to place attitude of expectation and hope to step, it will become clear to you as
trust in someone whom you know to bring something you strongly desire to why this roundabout way was
be undependable. Handle important into being. The more well-founded necessary.
matters yourself, instead of allowing your presumption, the tastier the CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
an inept person do things for you. results. -- Your presentation is likely to make
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -- GEMINI (May 21-June 20) a powerful impact on your audience,
If you need another person to help -- When put in charge of a situation as it quickly becomes clear to them
you put something heavy or complex involving many others, your attitude that you won’t promote anything in
together, be very selective of whom will be commendable. You’ll be able which you don’t believe.
you ask. Make sure to select someone to blend fairness and politeness with AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
who can work compatibly with you. firmness when necessary. 19) -- Your innate understanding of
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- If CANCER (June 21-July 22) financial and commercial matters
something you attempt to do alone,
hoping it will make you look good
-- When making some important
social plans, give free rein to your
will prove extremely impressive. It
is time to focus on making dollars
BEETLE BAILEY
in the eyes of observers, isn’t well imaginative faculties, and take the instead of mere chump change.
thought out, it will end up producing appropriate action needed to assure PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
the opposite effect. Make sure you’re the outcome you desire. -- Associates will suddenly find
prepared. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- One of your personality both dynamic
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- It’s your more outstanding attributes is to and appealing. This new charisma
a mistake to allow someone to trade be able to untangle the complicated isn’t likely to be generated by role-
on your resources instead of using affairs of others without placing playing; it’s just you being your
their own. Be generous to those blame or pointing any fingers. You’ll newly dazzling self.
whom are deserving of it, but don’t exercise it to the relief of associates.
allow yourself to be manipulated by VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- Copyright 2011, United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
a taker.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -- A
relationship that has been dubious
at best is likely to be terminated
very shortly. Don’t fight what isn’t
working out -- there’s nothing to
gain.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) SNUFFY SMITH
-- Under no circumstances must you
allow yourself to fall behind on your
responsibilities or obligations. If you
let things drift a bit, they will quickly
pile up and overwhelm you.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) -- It behooves you to be a bit
more selective regarding your social
involvements. Attending a function
you know will include someone you
vastly dislike will spoil your day.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) -- Think twice before bringing
home someone you just recently met.
Before involving anybody new too
deeply in your life, get to know this
person much better.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
-- Something you hope to achieve HAGAR THE HORRIBLE
is likely to be denied you if your
plans are under-baked. Make sure
the procedures and methods you use
have been in the oven awhile.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
-- When it comes to taking any kind
of financial risk, don’t get involved
in anything that you haven’t studied

Saturday Evening April 2, 2011


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Libyan rebels becoming more disciplined


By BEN HUBBARD The better organized and about 20 percent are hold talks with the U.S., “the Gadhafi brigades and attack rebels in the east,
and RYAN LUCAS fighters, unlike some of their young revolutionaries who Britain and France in hopes forces withdraw from inside which is largely controlled
Associated Press predecessors, can tell the have been in training and are of ending the air campaign, and outside Libyan cities to by the opposition, and have
difference between incom- in organized units.” said Abdul-Ati al-Obeidi, a give freedom to the Libyan besieged the only major
AJDABIYA, Libya — ing and outgoing fire. They The greater organiza- former Libyan prime minister people to choose,” said rebel-held city in the west,
Something new has appeared know how to avoid stick- tion was a sign that mili- who has served as a Gadhafi Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, head of Misrata.
at the Libyan front: a sem- ing to the roads, a weak- tary forces that split from the envoy during the crisis. “We the opposition’s interim gov- Misrata has been shelled
blance of order among rebel ness in the untrained forces regime to join the rebellion are trying to find a mutual erning council. “The world by tanks and artillery for
forces. that Gadhafi’s troops have were finally taking a greater solution,” he told Britain’s will see that they will choose days, said a doctor in a city
Rebels without training exploited. And they know role in the fight after weeks Channel 4 News on Friday. freedom.” hospital who spoke on condi-
— sometimes even without how to take orders. trying to organize. Fighters British officials met with He spoke at a press con- tion of anonymity out of fear
weapons — have rushed “The problem with the cheered Friday as one of their Mohammed Ismail, a Libyan ference with U.N. envoy of reprisals. Many people
in and out of fighting in a young untrained guys is top commanders — former government aide who hap- Abdelilah Al-Khatib. have been killed, including
free-for-all for weeks, repeat- they’ll weaken us at the Interior Minister Abdel- pened to be in London visit- Al-Khatib met Libyan offi- eight since Thursday, he said.
edly getting trounced by front, so we’re trying to use Fattah Younis — drove by in ing relatives, and told him cials in Tripoli on Thursday He said Gadhafi brigades
Moammar Gadhafi’s more them as a backup force,” said a convoy toward the front. Gadhafi must quit, two people before holding talks with reb- control the port and a main
heavily armed forces. But Mohammed Majah, 33, a for- It was too early to say familiar with the issue said els in hopes of reaching a street, but rebels control the
on Friday only former mili- mer sergeant. if the improvements will tip Friday. The two demanded political solution. heart of the city.
tary officers and the lightly “They don’t even know the fight in the rebels’ favor. anonymity to discuss details. The U.N. resolution that At the main front, which
trained volunteers serving how to use weapons. They They have been struggling The opposition said Friday authorized international air- has moved back and forth in
under them are allowed on have great enthusiasm, but to exploit the opportunity in Benghazi, its de facto cap- strikes against Libya called a fringe between the rebel-
the front lines. Some are that’s not enough now,” he opened by international air- ital, that it will agree to a for Gadhafi and the rebels held east and Gadhafi-ruled
recent arrivals, hoping to said. strikes hammering Gadhafi’s cease-fire if Gadhafi pulls his to end hostilities. Gadhafi west, the rebels’ losses this
rally against forces loyal to Majah said the only people forces since March 19. military forces out of cities announced a cease-fire week underlined the inferior-
the Libyan leader who have at the front now are former In a sign the strikes may be and allows peaceful protests immediately but has shown ity of their equipment, train-
pushed rebels back about 100 soldiers, “experienced guys eroding Gadhafi’s resilience, against his regime. no sign of heeding it. ing and organization, com-
miles this week. who have been in reserves, his government is trying to The rebel condition is that His forces continue to pared to the regime’s.

Tucson shooting victim honored with 9/11 memory


By AMANDA LEE MYERS attacks — and was featured in in the league, up from three last
FDA may force calorie postings
Associated Press a book about other children year. “I read that as Christina By MARY CLARE FDA deputy commissioner will be right there on the
ORO VALLEY, Ariz. — born that day. might have been a little inspi- JALONICK for foods. “Consumers gen- menu where you are getting
You think of Christina-Taylor Besides a 5 1/2-foot long ration,” he said. Associated Press erally when you ask them your other information about
Green when you see the patch fragment of an I-beam from “In many ways, she led by say they would prefer to have what to order.”
of dirt where she scooped ground zero, the Freedom’s example, being able to show WASHINGTON — Like it that information.” The idea is to make sure
grounders at second base in Steadfast Angel of Love also the boys how to make a play, or not, many restaurant diners But don’t expect calo- that customers process the
Canyon del Oro Little League. incorporates a 3 1/2-foot- how to work hard, and she also will soon know more about rie shock when ordering at calorie information as they
You think of the youngest long piece of steel from the led with her character,” Ward what they are eating under the movie theater, where a are figuring out what to eat.
victim of the Tucson shoot- Pentagon and a large rock from said. “She was the first one to menu labeling requirements tub of popcorn can contain Many restaurants currently
ings when you see the batter’s the Flight 93 crash site, sculp- straighten out a rough issue. proposed Friday by the Food well north of a thousand post nutritional information
box where she knocked line tor Lei Hennessy-Owen said. If there was an argument, she and Drug Administration. calories — movie theaters in a hallway, on a hamburger
drives. “It’s beautiful,” said shoot- was like, ‘C’mon guys, let’s The requirements will are exempt, along with air- wrapper or on their website.
And you think of her when ing victim Susan Hileman, 59, play ball.”’ force chain restaurants with planes, bowling alleys and The new law will make calo-
you see the 9-foot, 11-inch-tall who was holding Christina- It might not be all that sur-20 or more locations, along other businesses whose pri- ries immediately available
silver statue of an angel just Taylor’s hand when a gun- prising. Her father is a Los with bakeries, grocery stores, mary business is not to sell for most items.
beyond the outfield fence. man opened fire at a meet and Angeles Dodgers scout, and convenience stores and cof- food, according to the FDA. Menus and menu boards
“It’s going to serve as a greet held by Giffords outside her grandfather, Dallas Green, fee chains, to clearly post the Movie theaters pushed to will also tell diners that a
daily reminder to us that we a supermarket. Hileman had the no-nonsense manager who amount of calories in each be left out after guidelines 2,000-calorie diet is used as
had the privilege of knowing taken her to the event because led the Philadelphia Phillies to item on menus, both in res- published last year included the basis for general nutrition
Christina,” said John Ward, the little girl said she was inter- their first World Series title intaurants and drive-through them. advice, noting that individual
who coached her for two ested in politics. 1980. lanes. The new rules will also Alcohol will also be calorie needs may vary.
years. Hileman and other sur- Jack Ward, Ward’s 8-year- apply to vending machines exempted, according to the The labeling requirements
The statue was scheduled to vivors as well as Christina- old son who played with where calorie information agency. Margo Wootan, were added to the health bill
be unveiled at a ceremony on Taylor’s parents and brother Christina-Taylor for two years, isn’t already visible on the director of nutrition policy with the support of the restau-
Friday, the start of the season. plan to attend the ceremony at will be at first base this year package. at the advocacy group Center rant industry, which is facing
The angel’s hand extends James D. Kriegh Park, where and plans on remembering her The calorie counts will for Science in the Public a smattering of different laws
out, its robes appearing to blow Christina-Taylor donned a for- in his own unique way. apply to an estimated 280,000 Interest, says that could be from cities and states. New
in the wind. It is intended to be est green and bright yellow “First base is pretty close to
establishments and could be misleading to consumers. York City was the first in the
a symbol of peace after the Jan. baseball uniform to play for second base so every time I go on menus by 2012. Required “I think it’s going to be country to put a calorie post-
8 shooting that killed five oth- the Pirates. out to first position I’m going as part of health overhaul confusing if customers see ing law in place. Since then,
ers and wounded 13, including Ward said he will always to touch second,” he said. “I legislation signed into law the calories for soft drinks California, Seattle and other
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. remember her as a no-non- think what’s going to be on my last year, they are designed and juice labeled on the menu places have done so.
The statue’s height holds sense, competitive player who mind is that she’s an angel and to give restaurant diners but not other drinks such as Dawn Sweeney, president
added significance because the had the team’s most RBIs and she was really good.” information that has long beer and wine,” she said. “It and CEO of the National
numbers 9 and 11 are promi- became a leader for the other He said when Christina- been available on packaged will make it seem like they Restaurant Association, said
nent in Christina-Taylor’s life. players — even though they Taylor first joined the team he goods cooked at home. The are better choices.” the calorie postings will pro-
She was born on Sept. 11, were all boys. wasn’t all that excited because FDA estimates that a third Still, Wootan says the vide customers with consis-
2001 — the day of the terrorist Today, there are eight girls she’s a girl. of calories are consumed by guidelines are a positive tent information.

Murderer
eating out. step. “The new standard,” she
“We’ve got a huge obesity “You won’t have to get said, “will help chain restau-
problem in this country and out of line and go back to rants provide the same type
(Continued from page 1) jury from the initial kidnap- do it. I’m the only guy around its due in part to excess calo- some poster by the bathroom of nutrition information to
ping to the murder. Decatur that’s big with red rie consumption outside the and look at some item in a consumers in any part of the
stocking feet as his shoes Coroner Dr. C.H Pan also hair and I was afraid she home,” says Mike Taylor, tiny font size,” she says. “It country.”

Pentagon defends lifting DADT


were on the floor of the front testified. He stated Felger had might identify me.” Thornton
seat of the car. I heard a faint sustained six different types said once they got home and
scream. I did not look back or of wounds. They consisted Tope realized Heckert’s car
get out of the car. I saw Tope of: was towed away by police, By DONNA CASSATA ABC News-Washington Post “I think this is a political
coming back to the car and • 10 superficial slashing he went to the sheriff’s office Associated Press survey. decision obviously made by
he was breathing heavy. He wounds where he made a statement But Republicans on the the executive branch and the
told me she was dead. I saw • 10 superficial stab and went with a deputy to WASHINGTON — The House subcommittee, espe- military will follow it under
the knife in Tope’s hand with wounds search for the knife. Pentagon said Friday the mili- cially those who were elected whatever circumstances and
blood on it.” • 58 deeper stab wounds A jury had no trouble con- tary should be trained in work- last November, argued the ramifications it has to the
According to Heckert, • One bad horizontal slash victing Tope of the murder. ing with openly gay members repeal was a mistake when the combat effectiveness to our
they left the scene and pro- wound across the chest cav- The death penalty was not an by summer’s end, prompting nation was involved in three forces,” he told Stanley.
ceeded back to Decatur. At ity option at the time of Tope’s House Republicans to com- wars — Iraq, Afghanistan Freshman Rep. Austin
the first bridge, Tope threw • 15 superficial wounds on crime. Under Indiana law, plain that repeal of “don’t and Libya. Scott, R-Ga., questioned how
the knife into a little creek. her hands Tope received a life sentence, ask, don’t tell” was moving “We are now looking at much money the Pentagon
They continued on and went • Two penetration wounds with no chance for parole. too quickly in wartime. a behavior and we are trying was taking from war fighting
to a trailer park where Tope that struck body organs Unfortunately, laws change. In a status report to to conform the military to a to spend on training for the
washed his hands off in a Pan also made it clear Congress, Clifford Stanley, behavior,” said Rep. Allen new policy.
lake. After arriving back in Felger did not die quickly. Continued injustice the undersecretary of defense West, R-Fla. Stanley said it was $10,000,
Decatur, Tope washed his “She died less than one half Although Heckert pled for personnel and readiness, Rep. Vicky Hartzler, a minor amount when the
hands again as well as his hour after receiving the lung guilty to second-degree mur- and Vice Adm. William R-Mo., asked how the new Pentagon spends hundreds of
shirt at a car wash. They both wounds,” stated Pan. “Those der for the brutal rape and Gortney of the Joint Staff said policy would improve readi- billions annually.
washed the car thoroughly. wounds were inflicted with murder of Felger and received the Pentagon was moving for- ness of the military. Scott, who found the
Tope asked Heckert for a cig- great force.” He also said a sentence of 10-25 years, ward on educating members Stanley said it was too amount hard to believe,
arette because he had lost his Cheryl died of “loss of he was released after serving of the military on the new early to tell, but added: “We remained opposed to repeal.
package of Pall Malls. blood,” made worse by the only 14 years. Since then, policy, what’s expected of do know from an integrity He said service members
Heckert would be arrested chest wounds which would he has been brought back in them and the responsibilities standpoint that we won’t would not re-enlist, with the
the following Wednesday have made it difficult to at least twice for unrelated for commanders and other have members lying about military and country losing
after his car was identified breath. crimes. leaders. who they are.” “because of this social pol-
by witnesses at the original The prosecuting attorney A few years after Tope’s President Barack Obama That didn’t satisfy Hartzler, icy.”
crime scene in Van Wert. had a massive amount of evi- conviction, Indiana Law signed the law last year repeal- who said the mission of the On the opposite side,
Mr. Felger first learned dence including the murder changed and eventually lead ing the 17-year ban after a military is to win wars and Democrats on the panel
of the possible whereabouts weapon, the missing pack of to Tope being eligible for fierce fight in Congress. The “I’m very concerned that in questioned whether the new
of his daughter from a Fort Pall Mall cigarettes, the foot- parole. Felger’s family would repeal did not occur immedi- a time of war ... that we are policy could be implemented
Wayne television newscast. prints of Tope in the mud at be forced to relive her hor- ately, however, as training and making such a radical major faster, pointing out that mil-
The newscast said a body the murder scene as well as rific rape and murder again certification by the depart- shift in our policy.” lions were spent on service
had been found in a field. blood evidence. They also and again. Tope has come ment were required before Two-term Rep. Mike members with specialty skills
He immediately drove to the had a prisoner who testi- up for parole in 1995, 1996, the ban is lifted. Stanley said Coffman, R-Colo., said he such as Arab linguists who
houses of the two friends his fied that while in the Adams 2001 and 2006. the department was moving had no confidence in the were then discharged because
daughter was supposed to be County Jail, he heard Tope “deliberately, responsibly and repeal process. of their sexual orientation.
with the prior night. Neither say to another prisoner, “I A dying wish: no parole expeditiously toward repeal,”
one of them had seen her. He killed that bitch.” Felger’s father fought tire- with the training that began
called Van Wert police and Some of the most damning lessly every time Tope came around March 1 to be fin-
the Adam’s County Sheriff evidence may have come from up for parole. He passed away ished by summer’s end.
and made the drive to Indiana Tope’s good friend Daniel two years ago. His dying wish “Implementing repeal
just as he had done to iden- Thornton. On Easter Sunday, was that his daughter’s killer embodies that view of total
tify his wife four years prior two days after the murder, never be released. force readiness — more
after a car accident. When Tope went to Thornton and simply put — it is about Answers to Friday’s questions:
he arrived, he identified the told him that “I am in a lot To “block” Tope’s parole, respect,” Stanley told a Four state capitals have the word “city” in their name
body as that of his 19-year- of trouble. We killed that girl visit www.blockparole.com/ House Armed Services sub- — Carson City, Nev.; Jefferson City, Mo.; Oklahoma
old daughter. She had been from Van Wert.” Thornton Story_CherylFelger.html, committee. “Respect for City, Okla.; and Salt Lake City, Utah.
stabbed 96 times. told how Tope read the news- scroll to the end of the story change and respect for the Famous American novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote
paper and watched the TV and click on “block parole men and women of our all- the short story upon which the 2008 film “The Curious
The Trial newscasts and kept saying, form.” Letters should be sent volunteer force to serve this Case of Benjamin Button” was based. His story, which
Soon after Heckert’s “We might get out of this yet. to Indiana Parole Board, great nation, no matter their bears the same name as the movie, first saw print in
arrest, he agreed to testify They have no new clues.” He Indiana Government Center, race, color, creed, religion or Colliers magazine in 1922.
against Tope. In exchange described how Tope retraced 402 W. Washington St., sexual orientation.” Today’s questions:
for his testimony, he was the murder scene with Room W466, Indianapolis, IN Where did the term “scapegoat” originate?
Polls last December In Morse code, the number five is represented by five
allowed to plead guilty to Thornton in the car and tried 46204. The letters should ref- showed widespread sup-
dots. What number is represented by five dashes?
second-degree murder and a to find the lost pack of ciga- erence Ernest R. Tope, and his port for ending the ban, with Answers in Monday’s Herald.
sentence of 10-25 years in rettes and the murder weapon inmate number, DOC#5277. three-quarters of Americans Today’s words:
prison, which could not be he had thrown off the bridge. Letters must be received in saying openly gay men and Misocainia: the hatred of anything new or strange
suspended. Heckert detailed On the way home, Thornton Indianapolis before the April women should be allowed Ullage: liquor dregs
all the facts of the case to the said Tope told him, “I had to 14 hearing. to serve in the military in an