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50¢ daily www.delphosherald.com By NANCY SPENCER nspencer@delphosherald.com DELPHOS — The class of 2011 Hall of Honor inductees were announced Saturday at the annual Jefferson Alumni Dinner at the Delphos Eagles Lodge to a crowd of more than 175. Dr. Scott Wolery, class of 1973, and Gary Mack are the newest members of the Hall of Honor. In high school, Dr. Wolery was active in Varsity D Club, Spanish and Science clubs and participated in the class play. He wore a Wildcat jersey on the gridiron all four years of high school and was named Most Valuable Player his senior year. Also in his senior year, he was named a Merit Commended Student with the National Merit Scholar Program. He is a 1980 Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health graduate, did his internship at Riverside Methodist Hospital in 1981 and completed his residency there in 1983. His fellowship at Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton was completed in 1993. A Health Grades Honor Rollrecognized doctor, Wolery is affiliated with St. Rita’s Medical Center, Lima Memorial Health System and

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The City of Delphos is now taking registrations for July 4 Men’s Softball Tourney, Entry is $150 per team for the doubleelimination tournament. Prizes for first and possibly second place depend on the amount of teams. Contact the recreation director at 419-234-6614 or the parks department at 419-235-4634 to register. Games to be played on July 4. If needed, first-round games will start July 3. Weekly ACME Baseball Schedule Today Van Wert at Jefferson, 6 p.m. St. John’s at Perry, 6 p.m. Lincolnview at Crestview, 6 p.m. Tuesday Spencerville at LCC, 6 p.m. Wednesday Van Wert at St. John’s, 6 p.m. Jefferson at Crestview, 6 p.m. Columbus Grove at Ottoville, 6 p.m. Thursday Ottoville at Kalida, 7:30 p.m. Friday Jefferson at Lincolnview, 6 p.m. St. John’s at Crestview, 6 p.m. Spencerville at Columbus Grove, 6 p.m. Partly cloudy Tuesday; high in mid 70s. See page 2A.

Seniors face cost barrier for cancer medications
By RICARDO ALONSOZALDIVAR Associated Press WASHINGTON — Facing a life-and-death struggle with kidney cancer, Rita Moore took her prescription for a new kind of chemotherapy pill to her local drugstore. She was stunned when the pharmacist told her the cost for a month’s supply would be $2,400, well beyond her income. Medicare drug plans that cover seniors like Moore are allowed to charge steep copayments for the latest cancer medications, whose cost can run to tens of thousands of dollars a year. About 1 in 6 beneficiaries aren’t filling their prescriptions, according to recent research that has put numbers on a worrisome trend. Officials at Medicare say they’re not sure what happens to those patients — whether they get less expensive older drugs that sometimes work as well, or they just give up. Traditionally, chemotherapy

Dr. Scott Wolery, left, Jefferson class of 1973, and Gary Mack, are the 2011 Delphos City Schools Hall of Honor inductees. feel comfortable during this Good Samaritan Hospital. He is board-certified in scary time in my life by first cardiology, critical care med- playing peek-a-boo with my icine, intervention cardiology hospital curtain. Entering the operating room, he calmly and internal medicine. Some of his common and thoroughly explained procedures include coronary the procedure he was about artery angioplasty and stent to perform. Not being completely out for the procedure, insertion. His nominator, who never I was able to view his profesmet Dr. Wolery until it was sional manner. Afterwards, I necessary to have a stent put remembered that during the into one of his heart valves, surgery, I heard him comwrote: “The doctor made me ment on how much trouble he

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The Kiggins family represented two and three generations of Jefferson graduates Saturday evening as well as the Kiggins/Harlan family with two generations. From left: Julie Kiggins, 1979; Cyndi Harlan, 2011; Keith Kiggins, 1953; Lisa (Kiggins) Harlan, 1981; and Dave Harlan, 1984. See more generation photos on page 3A. was having getting the stent High School graduate. He healthy and weed-free and inserted. Then when success- has made continuous effort there are no rough patches ful, he looked up and said, to insure the district contin- that could potentially cause ‘Thank you, Lord, thank you, ues to grow and succeed and a safety hazard to anyone has done much of the work using the fields. He has also Lord, thank you, Lord’.” The nominator finished through volunteering. He has taken on the same duties for writing “It is my under- taken care of the windbreak the newly-renovated football standing from talking to oth- of trees that surround the field at Stadium Park. He has been a major ers, this kind of wonderful track and field at the high faith, bedside manner and school and the grass and turf supporter of school clubs professionalism is the way on the practice fields, base- and organizations such at this doctor treats all of his ball and softball diamonds the FFA and Freshman Ag and soccer fields, making patients.” Mack is a 1974 St. John’s sure the grass is green and See JEFFERSON, page 12A

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has been administered intravenously at a clinic or doctor’s office. Pills, a relatively new option, are thought to represent the future of cancer care. Moore, 65, was operated on in February for an advanced form of kidney cancer. She said both her cancer and kidney specialists agreed that a drug called Sutent probably offered the only chance to keep the disease in check. It’s a capsule taken at home. But she was unprepared for what happened when she went to fill her prescription. “I cried,” said Moore, who lives in a small town in central California. “What can you do when the only thing out there that can maybe give you some quality of life is unaffordable? I was devastated. I didn’t know what to do.” Private insurance companies that deliver the Medicare prescription benefit say the problem is that drug makers charge too much for the medications, some of which were developed from taxSee SENIORS, page 12A

The annual Canal Cleanup was held Saturday with nearly a dozen volunteers pulling trash and other debris from the waterway. Right: Lou Hohman, in the canal, and Tom Jettinghoff pull branches from the canal at Cleveland Street. Below: Steve Dorsten of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water, and Russell Kill put in a stop log at the Lock 24 spillway on the MiamiErie Canal. The measure will allow the water level to rise and help prevent duck weed growth. See more photos on page 12A

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A sizeable crowd gathered at Stadium Park in Delphos near the Hanser Pavilion for the opening concert in the Delphos Rotary Club’s Music in the Park series. The Cake Walkin’ Jazz Band, right, performed. Concerts are held the first and third Sundays June through August with food and beverages available at 5:30 p.m. The June 26 offering features Harmony in concert.

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Rare suicide attack in Pakistani capital kills 1
By ZARAR KHAN The Associated Press ISLAMABAD — A suicide bomber blew himself up at a busy market in the Pakistani capital today, killing at least one person in the first bombing in Islamabad in a year and a half, police said. No group immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing but the Pakistani Taliban have pledged to carry out attacks in retaliation for the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden last month in an army town not far from Islamabad. The suicide bomber tried to enter a bank in the market but was stopped by a security guard, said Islamabad police chief Wajid Durrani. The bomber then detonated his explosives, killing the guard and wounding four others, Durrani said. The blast ripped through the ground floor of the bank, scattering body parts and pieces of broken glass on the pavement outside. Police worked to keep people from gathering at the scene for fear that there might be a second blast. Mohammad Shafi, a 45-year-old employee of a nearby marriage hall, said he was on his way to work when he heard a loud explosion. The blast knocked him over, and he quickly jumped up and ran to some bushes for safety. “There was smoke everywhere,” said Shafi. Ehsan Masih, a 36-yearold security guard at a nearby office, said the blast rattled the windows and doors of his building. “Broken glass hit me and several others,” he said. The last bombing in Islamabad was in December 2009, when a suicide bomber set off explosives hidden under his jacket outside the entrance of Pakistan’s navy headquarters, killing one security guard and wounding 11 other people. But there have been two high-profile assassinations in Islamabad in the past six months. Salman Taseer, governor of Punjab province, was shot by his bodyguard outside a cafe in January. Shahbaz Bhatti, Pakistan’s

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federal minister for religious minorities, was gunned down outside his house in March. Authorities have set up multiple police checkpoints throughout Islamabad in an attempt to prevent attacks. Analysts have said army operations targeting militant sanctuaries in the northwest have also helped reduce attacks in Islamabad by disrupting the Taliban operations. But other cities throughout Pakistan have suffered frequent attacks in recent years. A suicide bomber on a motorcycle detonated his explosives in a commercial and residential area of the northwestern city of Peshawar around midnight on Saturday, killing 34 people and wounding more than 100 others. Many of the people killed and wounded were police and rescue workers who rushed to the scene in response to a smaller blast minutes earlier. Also today, a roadside bomb struck a military convoy in Pakistan’s South Waziristan tribal area near the Afghan border, killing three soldiers and wounding four others, said intelligence

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Stadium Club. His nominator writes: “He is very deserving of this honor and I believe it would touch him greatly to finally feel like a Wildcat in every aspect of the word. He has given up much of his free time and energy to be sure our school district is successful and continues to be an excellent district families can feel confident in sending their children to. I immediately knew my father would make a perfect inductee, even though he is not a Jefferson graduate, because he has made continuous efforts over the years to ensure the district continues to grow and succeed.” The dinner was followed by a dance and special plans by different classes.

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At 3:22 a.m. on Saturday while on routine patrol in the 100 block of Elida Avenue, Delphos police came into contact with Aaron Culp, 15, and Jared Elwer, 15, of Delphos. Both subjects were arrested on charges of being out in the city limits after the city curfew and were cited into Allen At 9:04 p.m. on Saturday, County Juvenile Court on the Delphos police came into con- charges. tact with Jessica McKeever, 27, of Delphos, at which time it was found that McKeever had an outstanding warrant for her arrest issued out of At 532 p.m. on Saturday, Putnam County. Delphos police were called McKeever was taken into custody and was later turned to the 200 block of Holland Avenue in reference to an over to deputies. assault complaint. Upon officers’ arrival, they met with the victim who stated that a subject known to the Edgewood Drive in Lima victim assaulted them. is now closed for road reconstruction through Aug. 12. By The Associated Press Traffic will not be allowed Today is Monday, June 13, through between Augusta the 164th day of 2011. There Drive and Cole Street. are 201 days left in the year. At 2:40 a.m. on Saturday Today’s Highlight in while on routine patrol in the 700 OCAL PRICES History: On June 13, 1971, The block of Clime Street, Delphos Corn: $8.08 New York Times began police came into contact with Wheat: $7.14 publishing excerpts of the Joshua Weaver, 30, of Lima, at Beans: $14.05 Pentagon Papers, a secret which time, it was found that study of America’s involve- Weaver was operating a motor ment in Vietnam from 1945 to vehicle while impaired. As a result, Weaver was 1967 that had been leaked to the paper by military analyst cited into Van Wert Municipal Court on the charge. Daniel Ellsberg. The high temperature Sunday in Delphos was 72 and On this date: the low was 55. A year ago In 1886, King Ludwig II today, the high was 78 and the CLEVELAND (AP) — of Bavaria drowned in Lake low was 68. The record high These Ohio lotteries were Starnberg. for today is 96, set in 1956 In 1911, the ballet drawn Sunday: and the record low of 45 was Mega Millions “Petrushka,” with music by Estimated jackpot: $42 mil- set in 1985. Igor Stravinsky and choreogWEATHER FORECAST lion raphy by Michel Fokine, was Tri-county Pick 3 Evening first performed in Paris by the 4-6-7 Associated Press Ballets Russes, with Vaslav Pick 4 Evening Nijinsky in the title role. 4-6-5-1 TONIGHT: Mostly clear. In 1927, aviation hero Powerball Lows in the mid 50s. North Charles Lindbergh was honEstimated jackpot: $20 mil- winds around 10 mph. ored with a ticker-tape parade lion TUESDAY: Partly cloudy. in New York City. Rolling Cash 5 Highs in the mid 70s. Northeast In 1935, James Braddock 05-15-24-27-30 winds 5 to15 mph. claimed the title of world Estimated jackpot: $120,000 TUESDAY NIGHT: Partly heavyweight boxing chamTen OH Evening cloudy. Lows in the mid 50s. pion from Max Baer in a 04-13-20-23-30-35-36-41East winds 5 to10 mph. 15-round fight in Long Island 45-46-48-50-53-56-57-60-62EXTENDED FORECAST 68-70-80 City, N.Y. WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of showers and storms. MELT IN YOUR MOUTH STEAKS! Highs in the upper 70s. Southeast winds 5 to 15 mph. WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy with a 40 STEAKHOUSE & SPORTS PUB percent chance of showers, storms. Lows in the lower LUNCH & DINNER 60s. THURSDAY: Partly cloudy with a 40 percent •Serving your favorite beverages• chance of showers and storms. Highs in the upper 70s. •Steaks •Wings •Broasted Chicken THURSDAY NIGHT: •Full Line of Sandwiches •Pizza •Seafood Mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers. Lows TRY OUR HOMEMADE POTATO CHIPS! in the lower 60s. WE HAVE HOMEMADE DESSERTS EVERYDAY! FRIDAY, FRIDAY Open 11 am daily - Kitchen closes 9 pm NIGHT: Partly cloudy. Highs 209 N. Main St., Delphos 419-692-7414 in the upper 70s.Lows in the lower 60s.

At 3:08 a.m. on Sunday, Delphos police came into contact with Craig Carder, 19, of Delphos in the 100 block of East Second Street. At that time, it was found that Carder had consumed alcohol while being under the legal drinking age. While speaking with Carder, he provided false information to officers. As a result, Carder was cited into Lima Municipal Court on charges of underage consumption of alcohol and obstructing official business.

At 4:26 p.m. on Saturday, Delphos police were called to the 200 block of Holland Avenue in reference to a criminal damaging complaint. Upon officers’ arrival, the victim stated that a subject known to the victim had caused damage to the victim’s vehicle due to a disagreement.

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Judy (Moore) Mack, 1979, center, Adam Mack, 2001; and Kim (Mack) Ousley, 2004.

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Ohio nonprofits Ohio workers in trouble got disability pensions DAYTON (AP) people don’t perceive fear casinos will public employee — The thingslife-changing injuries.” or nearly 12 percent of the pension to be retirees in the state’s public hurt fundraising system in Ohio has allowed In one municipality, Huber system, are on disability for
CLEVELAND (AP) — Hundreds of nonprofit groups in Ohio that depend on money collected through bingo and charity poker fear the opening of four new casinos will further diminish their primary fundraising source. Millions of dollars are at stake, The Plain Dealer in Cleveland reported Sunday. The most recent available data shows nonprofit groups got $850 million through bingo from 2005 to 2009, and charity poker raised several million dollars. The effect on nonprofits is among the factors being considered by two gaming consultants hired by first-term Republican Gov. John Kasich. “Frankly, I don’t know how all-volunteer organizations can compete with all the bells and whistles of a casino,” said Dianne DePasquale-Hagerty, director of Medina Creative Housing, a nonprofit group that raised tens of thousands of dollars through a Cleveland charity poker festival. In Ohio, the Veterans of Foreign Wars charity uses revenue from bingo at VFW halls for several million dollars in expenses, such as $1,300 paid for a homeless Army recruit to stay at a motel until leaving for boot camp. VFW leaders are among those who might have good reason to be concerned that charitable gaming in the state may not fare well once the casinos are up and running. Parts of others states, including neighboring Pennsylvania, have seen some decreases in charitable gaming after casinos opened. And then there’s the decline in bingo, which hasn’t caught on with younger folks and isn’t being used for fundraising by as many Catholic churches as it used to be. Spending on bingo in Ohio dropped 25 percent over the past five years and totaled $6.3 billion in that time, the newspaper said. people who committed crimes or who were terminated for misconduct to retire on lucrative disability pensions, the Dayton Daily News reported Sunday. The newspaper investigated parts of western Ohio and found high rates of disability retirement among employees who got in trouble at work, raising questions about whether all workers who get disability pensions have disabilities. That’s tough to determine because public records don’t reveal the details of why a person receives the disability payments. “I think people would be shocked to find out what people’s disabilities are for,” retired Dayton assistant police chief Wanda Smith said. “I can tell you we’ve had people claiming injuries of their toe or their elbow or their hand — Heights, 14 of the 18 employees who retired in the last four years were awarded disability, and 10 of the 11 police and firefighters who retired got disability pensions. Pension officials say the funds follow the law and disability pension applicants are repeatedly evaluated. “I guess my gut reaction would be I think we’ve put a system in place where if (fraud) were a potential, we’ve minimized it,” said Dayton safety administrator Ken Thomas, the board chairman of the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System. “Have we totally shut it down? Probably not.” The state’s pension systems cover about 1.6 million active and inactive members, retirees and their dependents, the paper reported. More than 40,000 former public workers, injuries and illnesses. Pension costs for those people totaled more than $1 billion last year. Among them were nearly half of all Dayton firefighters and police officers who retired over the past decade and nearly one-third of the sheriff’s deputies in Montgomery County, the newspaper said. One 45-year-old police officer in the city got a disability payment after he was convicted of felony theft in office and sent to jail. Such anecdotes have some people urging changes to the pension systems to help ensure they stay financially solvent. Among Ohio’s five public pension systems, the newspaper found the Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund, which is the second-smallest of the five, had the highest percentage of its retirees on disability with nearly 35 percent.

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By CALVIN WOODWARD and RICHARD LARDNER Associated Press WASHINGTON — Forty years after the explosive leak of the Pentagon Papers, a secret government study chronicling deception and misadventure in U.S. conduct of the Vietnam War, the report is coming out in its entirety today. The 7,000-page report was the WikiLeaks disclosure of its time, a sensational breach of government confidentiality that shook Richard Nixon’s presidency and prompted a Supreme Court fight that advanced press freedom. Prepared near the end of Lyndon Johnson’s term by Defense Department and private foreign policy analysts, the report was leaked primarily by one of them, Daniel Ellsberg, in a brash act of defiance that stands as one of the most dramatic episodes of whistleblowing in U.S. history. The National Archives and presidential libraries are releasing the report in full, long after most of its secrets had spilled. The release is timed 40 years to the day after The New York Times published the first in its series of stories about the findings, on June 13, 1971. The papers By DAVID ESPO Associated Press showed that the Johnson, Kennedy and prior administrations had been escalating the conflict in Vietnam while misleading Congress, the public and allies. As scholars pore over the 47-volume report, Ellsberg says the chance of them finding great new revelations is dim. Most of it has come out in congressional forums and by other means, and Ellsberg plucked out the best when he painstakingly photocopied pages that he spirited from a safe night after night, and returned in the mornings. He told The Associated Press the value in today’s release was in having the entire study finally brought together and put online, giving today’s generations ready access to it. At the time, Nixon was delighted that people were reading about bumbling and lies by his predecessor, which he thought would take some anti-war heat off him. But if he loved the substance of the leak, he hated the leaker. He called the leak an act of treachery and vowed that the people behind it “have to be put to the torch.” He feared that Ellsberg represented a left-wing cabal that would undermine his own administration with damaging disclosures if the government did not crush him and make him an example for all others with

DEAR EDITOR: What a great job our local Kiwanis K-kids Club did June 4 during City Pride Day. A big thank you to all involved with this all-volunteer project. Special thanks goes to the group that heeded my call and totally cleaned up the property across the street from our house on East Second Street. What an eyesore that was driving in or out of our city. Can you imagine looking at that mess every day? I called and the Kiwanis listened. All of you did an amazing job. I’m proud to know that Delphos has this wonderful volunteer organization known as the Kiwanis. So let’s give credit where credit is due for a job well done. Thank you, Kiwanis and K-kids for helping to make Delphos beautiful. Sincerely grateful citizen, Cheri Core, Delphos

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One Year Ago • Christian Hoeffel of the American Cancer Society received a check for $8,811.17 from Ottoville High School students. The amount will go to both the Putnam County and Delphos Relay for Life walks. 25 Years Ago — 1986 • Top ticket sellers in the Delphos Lioness Girls Softball League were Alisha Mesker, Shannon Bockey and Robin Miller. Chairman of the ticket sales was Lynn Fetzer and cochairman Joyce Best. • Leona Fischer, secretary of the Military Order of Cooties Auxiliary Pup Tent No. 11 of Delphos, announced that the winner of the 50-50 drawing is Jill Baldauf. She received $56. Fisher said the organization is an auxiliary of Delphos Veterans of Foreign Wars. • Fifteen members of Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars, Jacob P. Smith Post 3740, Ottoville met as President Betty Wieman presided. Committee for July are Dorothy Altenburger, Veronica Hilvers, Gerri Grubenhoff and Ethel Perrin.

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50 Years Ago — 1961 • The Delphos Eagles band will be participating in the State Eagles convention to be held in Cleveland this week, according to a spokesman for the organization. Delegates from Delphos representing Aerie No. 471 at the convention will be Norman Davis, president of the local aerie, and J. Carl Stopher, secretary. Stopher is also a member of the state committee and will act as one of the judges for the ritualistic parade of champions. • St. John’s high school class of 1938 held its twenty-third graduation anniversary celebration on June 10 at the Delphos Country Club, Inc. Louis Scherger presided at a short business session at which time tentative plans for the next reunion were made, to be held June 9, 1963, the silver anniversary. Following the dinner, Louis Klausing, a member of the class, showed movies of previous class reunions. • There was a very good attendance at the first monthly bridge party for Delphos Country Club members held June NEW YORK — Here we 11 at the club house. Prizes for the evening were awarded to, for the men: Hubert J. Wulfhorst, first; Edward M. Wiecher, go all over again. Read my second; and Robert B. Rozelle, third; and the ladies winners lips and bring ‘em on. It’s the were: Mrs. John A. Shenk, first; Mrs. Ted Stallkamp, second; economy, stupid. Gotcha! Which is to say, the stuand Mrs. Fred Minzing, third. pid season is upon us. Same story, same characters, same 75 Years Ago — 1936 plot twists. And yes, the same • Errors sent the Millers down to defeat, their first loss for insanity. the league season, Thursday night when they met the Equity To the familiar litany of at Diamond One Delphos Athletic Field. The game was hard cliches above, one hastens to fought all the way and was tied at 2 all of the opening of the add, “I was for it before I was sixth when a hit by Schmersal and a run, the game ending with against it,” the sine qua non the score 3 to 2. of that quintessential political • Word has been received by Rev. Father Arthur Schmit bugaboo — flip-floppery. and Rev. Father Jos. Shenk concerning appointments which A politician may be able to have been made. The former has been assigned to Sacred Heart survive cavorting with prostiChurch in Toledo. Father Shenk will serve as assistant at St. tutes, sexting with coeds and commingling with interns, Wendelin’s parish in Fostoria. • Delphos devotees of “barnyard golf,” and their many fol- but heaven forbid he should lowers of this pastime here, will have an opportunity to see a change his mind — the transyouthful expert throw ringers here on July 2. Charles “Casey” gression that trumps all comJones is scheduled to come to this city on the date mentioned passion. Or thinking. and will give an exhibition of fancy pitching at the Waterworks After all, thinking can lead Park courts. to that most dangerous territory for a politician — doubt — and, inevitably, the implication that dare not be expressed: “I could be wrong.” Those most averse to The Delphos Herald welcomes letters to the editor. Letters engaging in the sort of thought should be no more than 400 words. The newspaper reserves that could lead to self-doubt the right to edit content for length, clarity and grammar. Let- are, alas, those who constitute the political party base. ters concerning private matters will not be published. sometimes-wrongFailure to supply a full name, home address and daytime These phone number will slow the verification process and delay never-in-doubt constituents are relentless in demanding publication. ideological purity from their Letters can be mailed to The Delphos Herald, 405 N. Main candidates and routinely banSt., Delphos, Ohio 45833, faxed to 419-692-7704 or e-mailed ish those who don’t measure to nspencer@delphosherald.com. Authors should clearly up. Thinking men and women state they want the message published as a letter to the editor. need not apply. Anonymous letters will not be printed. These same folks also hap-

WASHINGTON (AP) — Newt Gingrich’s campaign defections are just the latest tremor in a constantly shifting GOP presidential landscape that craves some steadiness as a big, early New Hampshire debate nears. Rivals already were trying to poach Gingrich’s donors and top supporters Friday, even as the former House speaker said he would keep campaigning despite the resignations of his top advisers and entire Iowa paid staff. Party insiders eyed the likely entry of Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota and a possible bid by Texas Gov. Rick Perry. Mitt Romney’s decision to skip the Iowa straw poll in August, meanwhile, reinforced his image as a front-runner willing to pick his shots. And potential candidate Sarah Palin again lent a circus atmosphere to the entire GOP family — this time indirectly — when Alaska released thousands of pages of emails from her days as governor. In short, it was a typical week in the GOP’s freewheeling nominating process. The field is anything but set, and there’s no clear picture of who will emerge to challenge President Barack Obama in 2012. Gingrich spoke publicly Friday for the first time after the mass resignation of his top aides. Several of them said they were frustrated because he was devoting insufficient time to the nitty-gritty work of meeting and galvanizing supporters in early voting states such as Iowa. Gingrich told reporters outside his suburban Virginia home that he was committed to campaigning “very intensely” for the White House. He attributed his aides’ departure to disagreements about strategy. “There is a fundamental strategic difference between the traditional consulting community and the kind of campaign I want to run,” he said. “We’ll find out over the next year who’s right.”

Weiner wants to take leave from House
WASHINGTON — Under fierce pressure from fellow Democrats to resign in a sexting scandal, Rep. Anthony Weiner announced Saturday he was entering professional treatment at an undisclosed location and requested a leave of absence from Congress. An aide for the embattled New York lawmaker made the disclosure in a statement shortly after several Democratic party leaders demanded he quit for exchanging messages and photos ranging from sexually suggestive to explicit with several women online. “This sordid affair has become an unacceptable distraction for Representative Weiner, his family, his constituents and the House,” Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the party chairwoman, said in a written statement calling for the 46-year-old married lawmaker to step down. The House Democratic leader, Rep. Nancy Pelosi of California, said Weiner “has the love of his family, the confidence of his constituents and the recognition that he needs help. I urge Congressman Weiner to seek that help without the pressures of being a member of Congress.” Aides said later that Pelosi had been aware of Weiner’s plan to enter treatment when she issued her statement, and her call for a resignation had not changed because of it. Weiner’s spokeswoman, Risa Heller, said in the statement that the congressman departed during the morning “to seek professional treatment to focus on becoming a better husband and healthier person. In light of that, he will request a short leave of absence from the House of Representatives so that he can get evaluated and map out a course of treatment to make himself well.” The statement did not say where he would receive treatment, or what type was involved. Others familiar with his plans said he had left New York by air. Also joining in calls for Weiner to quit was Rep. Steve Israel, D-N.Y, chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and a member of the party’s leadership. In an interview, Israel said he had told Weiner in a phone call during the day “that I was going to call on him to resign and he absorbed that.

loose lips. It was his belief in such a conspiracy, and his willingness to combat it by illegal means, that put him on the path to the Watergate scandal that destroyed his presidency. Nixon’s attempt to avenge the Pentagon Papers leak failed. First the Supreme Court backed the Times, The Washington Post and others in the press and allowed them to continue publishing stories on the study in a landmark case for the First Amendment. Then the government’s espionage and conspiracy prosecution of Ellsberg and his colleague Anthony J. Russo Jr. fell apart, a mistrial declared because of government misconduct. The judge threw out the case after agents of the White House broke into the office of Ellsberg’s psychiatrist to steal records in hopes of discrediting him, and after it surfaced that Ellsberg’s phone had been tapped illegally. That September 1971 breakin was tied to the Plumbers, a shady White House operation formed after the Pentagon Papers disclosures to stop leaks, smear Nixon’s opponents and serve his political ends. The next year, the Plumbers were implicated in the break-in at the Democratic Party headquarters in the Watergate building.

A defense of ‘flip-floppery’

Obviously he had much more personal and pressing issues that he was addressing. “He didn’t give me any indication of whether he was going to resign or not,” Israel said. Pelosi also spoke with Weiner during the day to let him know that she, too, would be joining the calls for resignation. The developments occurred one day after Weiner acknowledged he had exchanged online messages with a 17-year-old girl in Delaware. He said nothing improper had passed between the two of them. Nor was there even an allegation that Weiner had a physical relationship with any of the women with whom he maintained virtual relationships. That made his case a departure from the norm, a sex scandal without sex, a phenomenon of the age of Facebook, Twitter and other social media. Democrats said the concerted call for a resignation had been brewing for days, as senior party officials concluded the scandal was interfering with their attempts to gain political momentum in advance of the 2012 elections.
a T. rex wiggle room, even saying that he didn’t know the degree of human contribution, the crux of the debate. The mere mention of a human role (versus, presumably, a divine plan) was enough to bestir the guardians of scientific inquiry at Conservatives4Palin, who averred that Romney is “simpatico” with Obama and that he “totally bought into the man-made global warming hoax.” Ah, yes, Romney the tree-hugging, flip-flopping Obamaphile. Isn’t he a Muslim, too? On the issue of global warming, it is worth mentioning that the conservatives’ anti-global warming golden boy, Bjorn Lomborg, a Danish author, professor and environmental writer, has flip-flopped on the matter. Although he still maintains that economic considerations have to be part of any calculus in combating climate change, he also has said: “Global warming is real — it is man-made and it is an important problem. But it is not the end of the world.” Of course Lomborg enjoys the luxury of needing no one’s vote and of being able to change his mind without fear of being cast into the outer darkness by talk radio hosts. In a saner world, we would not distrust those who change their mind but rather those who never do.

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pen to constitute a minority of Americans, yet they control the debate. The rest of us are left to pick among the ideologically approved scraps. The flip-flop is nothing new, of course. The archives of The New York Times reveal an early first political reference in 1890 when John W. Goff, candidate for New York district attorney, accused his opponent of a “great flip-flop.” The term seems to have increased in popularity with each decade. Now, hardly anyone escapes the charge of flip-flopping, which in today’s man-up, grizzly-mamma freakosystem is tantamount to being weak and lacking in conviction. Witness the unfortunate John Kerry, who in 2004 was mercilessly maligned as a flip-flopper after he allegedly shifted his support for Iraq War funding. It was unhelpful that Kerry himself said that he voted for the funding before he voted against it. Subsequent explanations of what he meant never gained traction because slogan beats reality every time. And besides, those ads showing

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Kerry flipping from one side to another while windsurfing were too much fun. This go-round, it’s Mitt Romney (once again) who has been tattooed with the flipflop label. He has changed his mind on abortion and gay marriage, both of which he previously supported. As governor of Massachusetts, he orchestrated a near-universal health care model that included mandatory insurance, a position he opposes as part of President Obama’s federal plan. Now he’s in the “hot seat” on global warming, a Washington Post headline informs us. Romney has said that he believes global warming is real and that humans are contributing to it. Whoa! Sorry, bub, but if you’re a Republican presidential contender, this is not an ideologically approved position. None other than Rush Limbaugh says Romney is history — “Bye-bye, nomination.” One can infer that Romney is not Limbaugh’s candidate of choice, but is it really so remarkable that Romney would accept scientific evidence that the earth’s climate is changing and that humans, because of their historically unprecedented carbon emissions, might contribute to that effect? Never mind that Romney couched his comments with enough disclaimers to leave

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TODAY 6 p.m. — Middle Point Village Council meets 7-9 p.m. — The Delphos Canal Commission Annex Museum, 241 N. Main St., will be open. 7 p.m. — Marion Township trustees at township house. Delphos City Council meets at the municipal building, 608 N. Canal St. 7:30 p.m. — American Legion Auxiliary meets at the American Legion hall, State Street. Delphos Eagles Aerie 471 meets at the Eagles Lodge. Middle Point council meets at town hall. 8 p.m. — Delphos City Schools Board of Education meets at the administration office. Delphos Knights of Columbus meet at the K of C hall. TUESDAY 11:30 a.m. — Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301 Suthoff Street. 6 p.m. — Weight Watchers meets at Trinity United Methodist Church, 211 E. Third St. 6:30 p.m. — Delphos Lions Club, Eagles Lodge, 1600 E. Fifth St. 7:30 p.m. — Ottoville Emergency Medical Service members meet at the municipal building. Ottoville VFW Auxiliary members meet at the hall. Fort Jennings Local School District board members meet at the high school library. Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian Church, 310 W. Second St. 8:30 p.m. — Elida village council meets at the town hall.

4.0 Senior Dulton Moore. Juniors Cassidy Bevington, Lindzi Hoersten and Joshua Miller. Sophomores Dylan Haehn, Destiny Thompson, Jacob Violet and Seth Wollenhaupt. Freshmen Libbi Brown, Austin Jettinghoff and Kenidi Ulm.

Delphos Jefferson High School
Hammons, Delannie Hicks, Hannah Kleman, Shayn Klinger, Stephanie Koenig, Kecia Kramer, Courtney Lewis, Alecia Menke, Tyler Miller, Justin Rode, Elizabeth Schosker, Aaron Suever, Samantha Thitoff and Kayla Warnecke. Sophomores Adam Bastian, Chelsey Bishop, Zachary Bland, Lindsey Dancer, Alixandra Eccard, Kaitlin Kirk, Corinne Metzger, Alyssa Miller, Rachel Miller, Alyssa Pollock, Evan Stant and Tony Wiechart. Freshmen Kyle Berelsman, Jared Elwer, Dena Frye, Logan Gross, Brooke Hesseling, Zachary Johnson, Kimberly Kill, Rachel Mahlie, Dustin McConnahea, Jasmine McDougall, Tyler Mox, Gabrielle Pimpas, Kamie Pulford, Hallie Runyan, Desmond Smith, Justin Stewart, Rileigh Stockwell, Brooke Teman, Ross Thompson, Billy Tracy, Amanda Truesdale, Ashley Truesdale and Tanner Vermule. 3.0 - 3.49 Seniors Nicholas Cook, Bridget Culp, Alexa Geise, Trenton

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Bluffton hands out diplomas
Bluffton University recognized 268 graduates on May 8. Area graduates include: The late Jacob Graham, son of D. Joe and Janice Graham, Gomer, was posthumously awarded bachelor’s degree in sport management with a minor in coaching and recreation management. Alisha Byrne, daughter of Tim and Ann Byrne, Delphos,

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3.5 - 3.9 Seniors Mitchell Antalis, Colin Barclay, Korey Boggs, Logan Bonifas, Sarah Bosley, Michelle Brotherwood, Shelbi Brown, Lauren Claypool, Ryan Ebbeskotte, Derrick Erman, Morgan Fischbach, Chelsey Fischer, Emily Fought, Gabe Gehr, Sydney Hoehn, Bethany Jettinghoff, Kristin Klausing, Wesley Kroeger, Chase LeValley, Alyssa Martz, Zach Morris, Cory Osting, Katie Ring, Alexandria Rostorfer, Kristy Schuerman, Melissa Shobe, Taylor Van Grootheest, Jordan Vorst, Emily Wallace, Meagan Williams and Logan Wurst. Juniors Hayley Drerup, Phillip Frye, Megan Gilden, Braxton

First Honors – 4.0 Fifth grade Olivia Buettner, Kennedy Clarkson, Richard Cocuzza, Elizabeth Csukker, Matt Dickrede, Madison Ellis, Troy Elwer, Mykenah Jackson, Annette Klausing, Corey Koverman, Kelsey Martz, Matthew Miller, Ben Mohler, Marie Mueller, Jessica Odenweller, Cole Reindel, Adam Schneer, Troy Schwinnen, Abby Stocksdale, Collin Will and Cody Wright. Second Honors – 3.5 – 3.99 Fifth grade Hannah Benavidez, Hannah Bockey, Lucy Bonifas, Robbie Buescher, Allison Buettner, Devin Cairo, James Garrett, Brooke Hodgson, Connor WEDNESDAY Hulihan, Holly Krites, 9 a.m. - noon — Putnam Derek Lindeman, Haley County Museum is open, 202 Rode, Casey Sanders, Kayla E. Main St. Kalida. Schimmoeller, Jacob Smith 11:30 a.m. — Mealsite and Brandon Wrasman. at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301 Suthoff Street. Jr. High Honors (6th, 11:45 a.m. — Rotary Club 7th & 8th) meets at the Eagles Lodge, First Honors – 4.0 1600 E. Fifth St. Shannon Bockey, Ryan 6 p.m. — Shepherds of Dickman, Sydney Fischbach, Christ Associates meet in the Rebekah Fischer, Zach Gable, St. John’s Chapel. Jessica Geise, Ally Gerberick, 6:30 p.m. — Delphos Maya Gerker, Evan Hays, Kiwanis Club, Eagles Lodge, Lexie Hays, Austin Heiing, 1600 E. Fifth St. Logan Hesseling, Evan 7 p.m. — Bingo at St. Mohler, Anna Mueller, Alex John’s Little Theatre. Odenweller, Curtis Pohlman, 7:30 p.m. — Hope Lodge Rachel Pohlman, Austin 214 Free and Accepted Schulte, Colleen Schulte, Masons, Masonic Temple, Alaina Utrup, Tara Vorst, North Main Street. Samantha Wehri, Elizabeth Sons of the American Winhover, Erin Williams and Legion meet at the Delphos Courtney Wrasman. Legion hall. Second Honors – 3.5 – 3.99 The Ottoville Board of Derek Anthony, Alaina Education meets in the ele- Backus, Owen Baldauf, mentary building. Connor Britt, Madelyn Buettner, Wes Buettner, THURSDAY Jordan Castle, Trent Closson, 9-11 a.m. — The Delphos Haleigh DeWyer, Trisha Canal Commission Annex Fischer, Jace Fish, Megan Museum, 241 N. Main St., is Fish, Devin Fisher, Kaitlyn open. Gardis, Maria GiambrunoFuge, Kelsi Gillespie, Andy Please notify the Delphos Grothouse, Halee Grothouse, Herald at 419-695-0015 if Jana Hamilton, Alex there are any corrections Haunhorst, Jacob Hellman, or additions to the Coming Ryan Hellman, Connor Events column.

St. John’s Elementary
Hesseling, Lucas Hoffman, Jared Honigford, Jaret Jackson, Hayley Jettinghoff, Bailey Kill, Derek Klausing, Lanna Klausing, Kristina Koester, Samantha Kramer, Timothy Kreeger, Evan Krites, David Leathers, Tyler Ledyard, Baylee Lindeman, Austin Lucas, Alyssa Martin, Emily Metcalfe, Brooklyn Mueller, Brian Pohlman, Evyn Pohlman, Maddie Pohlman, Nick Pohlman, Quincy Querry, Aaron Reindel, Brooke Richardson, Breece Rohr, Madilyn Schulte, Abbey Sheeter, Justin Siefker, Adam Stocksdale, Mackenzie Stose, Ashlyn Troyer, Brett Vonderwell, Josh Warnecke, Melissa Wrasman and Jacob Youngpeter. Third Honors – 3.0 – 3.49 Carleigh Ankerman, Ethan Benavidez, Halie Benavidez, Alexander Bonifas, Alaina Buettner, Emilie Buettner, James Buettner, Madison Buettner, Chandler Clarkson, Tyler Conley,

Gossman, Amanda Hamilton, Zachary Lumpkins, Adam Miller, Jonathon Miller, Paige Ricker, Austin Teeters, Sean Wagner and Samantha Ward. Juniors Kyle Anspach, Kennedy Boggs, Nadine Clarkson, Darren Edinger, Kellen Elwer, Alex Garza, Kelsey Goodwin, Jacob McElroy, Curthis Miller, Evan Neubert and Devon Schroeder. Sophomores Jordan Barclay, Taylor Branham, Alyssa Hall, Austin Hamilton, Jaylynne Hamilton, Zachary Kimmett, Drew Kortokrax, Caitlin Landwehr, Colin McConnahea, Justin Miller, Shane Mills, Jenna Moreo, Zachary Ricker, Wesley Roby, Gage Townsend and Fallon VanDyke. Freshmen Makayla Binkley, Kiara Brinkman, Brooke Cress, Aaron Culp, Lindsay Deuel, Brayden Ditto, Marissa Garza, Rebekah Geise, Melody Gibson, Katelyn Goergens, Caitlin Hobbs, Cheyenne Houseworth, Ryan Kerby, Darien Kill, Brady Kleman, Michaela Long, Christopher Martin, Tyler Rice, Aleksandr Stone and Tori Suever.

BGSU names Spring Dean’s List
Bowling Green State University has announced the undergraduate students who have been named to the Spring Dean’s List for achieving grade point averages of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale. To be chosen for the dean’s list, undergraduate students must carry no fewer than 12 letter-graded credit hours per semester. Cloverdale Jenna Kahle Kayla Boecker Janelle Horstman Delphos Ashley Osburn Eric Buescher Kurtis Ashby Mallorie Wilson Lindsey Looser Ethan Clark Stephanie Blockberger Denise Knippen Alexis Ricker Spencerville Katlin Kuhn Brittany Miller Fort Jennings Audrea Schimmoeller Stephanie Lindeman David Smith Megan Hamburg Ryan Rampe Kalida Megan Unverferth Leah Gerding Ottoville Jessica Alt Mallory Kempe

earned a bachelor’s degree in food and nutrition. Colin Kriegel, son of Robin and Beth Kriegel, Delphos, earned a bachelor’s degree in communication. Timothy Metcalfe, of Delphos earned a bachelor’s degree in social work. Kimberly Miller, daughter of Kenneth and Kathleen Miller, Delphos earned a bachelor’s degree in social work.

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By TIM REYNOLDS The Associated Press MIAMI — The season began with LeBron James taking his talents to South Beach. It ended with Dirk Nowitzki taking the NBA championship trophy there for a late-night celebration. Soaked in champagne in their locker room and spraying more around at a Miami Beach club hours later, the Dallas Mavericks not only added at least another year to James’ wait for an NBA title but they got to have the season’s biggest — and final — party. Jason Terry scored 27 points, Nowitzki scored 21 on his way to MVP honors and the Mavs topped the Miami Heat 105-95 on Sunday night to win the NBA title in six games. “Nobody can ever take this away from us again,” Nowitzki said. “And for one year, we were the best team that was out there. That feels amazing.” Added Terry: “We got vindication.” James did not. His eighth season ended like the previous seven — without a title. For the second time, he lost in the finals, this defeat added to the 4-game sweep San Antonio put on his Cleveland team in 2007. And a season that began with Miami celebrating the signings of James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh ended before many of the same fans and on the very same floor, the promise of championships not yet fulfilled. “Any time you feel like you get to the top of the mountain and you fall off, there’s definitely a personal failure,” James said. He scored 21 points for Miami, which got 19 from Bosh, 18 from Mario Chalmers and 17 from Wade. James shook hands afterward and departed before most of the Mavs tugged on their championship hats and T-shirts. Bosh doubled over halfway down the hall in anguish, covering his face. Wade tugged his jersey off as he walked from the court for the season’s final time. “Neither team deserved this championship more than the other but Dallas earned it,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. Make no mistake: Miami lost the finals but the blame will be directed at James. Even he knew that after the way he left Cleveland with “The Decision” and all the animus that generated not just in his native Ohio but around the entire league. Especially after he uttered in an hourlong televised special that he was going to “take my talents to South Beach and join the Miami Heat,” the only thing he knew would silence some critics was a title. Instead, he got more criticism — a thinly veiled jab from his former owner with the Cavaliers, Dan Gilbert, who reveled in the moment on Twitter. “Old Lesson for all: There are NO SHORTCUTS. NONE,” Gilbert wrote. And the winning owner, Mark Cuban, took what may be perceived as a jab as well: “I could care less about the Heat.” Mavs coach Rick Carlisle joined an elite group, those with NBA titles as both a player and a head coach. Others on that list include the presumably retired-for-good Phil Jackson, one of Carlisle’s mentors in K.C. Jones, and Heat President Pat Riley — who led Miami past Dallas in 2006 and was the mastermind of what the Heat did last summer with an eye on becoming a dynasty. It might still happen. Just not as soon as Miami would have liked. “This is a true team,” Carlisle said. “This is an old bunch. We don’t run fast or jump high. These guys had each other’s backs. We played the right way.” Hating the Heat became the NBA’s craze this season and the team knew it had no shortage of critics. To the end, Miami claimed it wasn’t bothered by that. Oddly, the Mavericks got a boost from the phenomenon. Given their newfound popularity, meet the new America’s Team. Sorry, Cowboys — your long-held moniker might have to be ceded to your city’s NBA club. Carlisle said Riley came down to congratulate the Mavericks after the game, showing “unbelievable class.” Nowitzki and Wade exchanged texts after the 2006 finals MVP was unable to reach the 2011 finals MVP during the on-court celebration to shake hands. When the Mavericks took a 2-0 lead in Dallas during the ’06 finals, plans for their victory parade were announced. The Mavs didn’t win another game in that series. Now, that parade will finally happen, with city officials in Dallas saying it could be several days away. And when it’s over, then the league’s uncertainty will truly begin. Labor strife likely awaits and although more talks geared toward movement on a new deal are scheduled for this week, both owners and players are bracing for a lockout to begin once collective bargaining agreement expires June 30. Late Sunday night, the CBA was the last thing on the mind of the new champions of the NBA, whom Carlisle called “the most special team I’ve ever been around.” Jason Kidd, at 38 years old, got his first championship. Nowitzki got his at 32, Terry at 33. Nowitzki sealed it with 2:27 left, hitting a jumper near the Miami bench to put Dallas up 99-89, and some fans actually began leaving. Nowitzki walked to the Mavs’ side slowly, right fist clenched and aloft. He knew it. Everyone did. “We feel it,” Wade said. “We’ll feel it even more tomorrow.” Added Bosh: “Hands down, they were the better team in this series. ... All we can do is just admit it and move forward.” James called Sunday’s game a pop quiz, the last test to see if the season unlike any other would go down as a success. It did not. Miami had chances to take command and wasted them

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Wildcats improve to 5-1 in ACME play ELIDA — The Jefferson ACME remained on a roll Saturday, grabbing its 5th straight win as they smashed the Elida Bulldogs 15-5 at Ed Sandy Field. It only took six innings for the Wildcats to finally run-rule Elida. It was a beautiful day for baseball as Jefferson racked up 15 runs on 11 hits. Mike Joseph pitched four innings and got the win, while Stambaugh from Elida was the losing pitcher. The first inning had Elida (3-4) jumping out to a 4-run lead on a single by Porter and a double by Wheeler, along with a pair of errors by the Wildcats (5-1). It looked like the Wildcats had their work cut out for them when in the second inning when Curtis Miller and Kyle Anspach both hit singles and Jeff Schleeter batted them in with a nice double to right-center field. Joseph hit a short base hit to shallow right field and at the end of the second inning, the score was all tied up. Elida tried putting the ball in play in the second and third innings but Schleeter fielded two grounders and Ross Thompson fielded two grounders and caught a fly ball while Joseph grabbed a pop fly on the mound for the Wildcats. At the top of the third inning, the score was still tied when Thompson came to the plate and, after taking the first strike low in the strike zone, sent a shot to deep left field for a solo home run to put the Wildcats ahead for the first time in the game. They finished the inning scoring another three runs on a couple of errors and a Drew Kortokrax base hit, along with a pair of Bulldog miscues, for an 8-4 edge. Jefferson added two more runs in the fourth inning on base hits from Justin Rode, Austin Jettinghoff and Anspach. The Wildcats elected to put the sophomore Jettinghoff on the mound for the fifth and sixth innings and Elida

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managed to avoid the runrule in the fifth by scoring one run on a couple hits but the Wildcats scored one in the sixth and held Elida for a final score of 15-5. “This was a good win for us; Elida is a solid baseball team and they challenged us with some hard hit balls and some good solid baseball,” Jefferson coach Rusty Thompson noted. “Mike pitched another great game for us, picking up his second win as a starting pitcher. We like the progress he is making; it gives us depth in our pitching rotation and will be key as we get closer to tournament time. I really like how our kids never gave up; Elida jumped on us early on a couple nice hits and the kids never lowered their heads. We knew that we had to hit the ball and we did. Our approach at the plate continues to improve and we are hitting the ball hard.” Jefferson’s tries to pick up its sixth win at home tonight versus Van Wert Wert. First pitch is 6 p.m. Jefferson will also be in action Wednesday at Crestview (6 p.m.) and at Lincolnview Friday (6 p.m.) Jefferson’s Junior ACME team will be in action against LCC Tuesday at Wildcat Field.
Jefferson ab-r-h-rbi Mike Joseph p 3-0-1-1, Shayn Klinger cf 2-0-0-0, Justin Rode c 4-21-0, Ross Thompson ss 3-2-1-1, Curtis Miller 1b 4-3-1-0, Austin Jettingoff 2b/ lf/p 5-3-2-4, Drew Kortokrax cf/lf 3-31-2, Kyle Anspach lf 2-1-1-1, Zach Kimmet rf 2-0-1-1, Jeff Schleeter 3b 2-1-1-2, Seth Wollenhaupt 2b 0-0-0-0, Evan Neubert rf 3-0-1-1, Zach Ricker 3b 1-0-0-0. Totals 28-15-11-12. Elida ab-r-h-rbi Martz 1b 2-1-1-0, Diller c 4-0-1-0, Stinson cf 3-2-1-0, Porter ss/p 3-1-1-1, Slusher 2b 3-1-0-0, Frysinger lf 2-0-00, Wheeler 3b 3-0-1-3, Laing rf/ss 3-00-0, Stambaugh p/ss 2-0-0-0, Murphy rf 1-0-0-0. Totals 26-5-5-4. Score by Innings: Jefferson 0 4 4 2 4 1- 15 11 2 Elida 400 010- 5 6 4 E: Wheeler 3, Thompson, Schleeter, Stambaugh; LOB: Jefferson 9, Elida 7; 2B: Schleeter, HR: R. Thompson; SB: Miller 3, Rode, R. Thompson, Jettinghoff, Kortokrax, Diller, IP H R ER BB SO JEFFERSON Joseph (W, 2-0) 4.0 3 4 1 3 1 Jettinghoff 2.0 3 1 1 1 2

Canucks don’t want to wait for Cup-clinching win
By GREG BEACHAM The Associated Press get the chances maybe we get usually. That’s the way it is. We have to bear down and get chances and find a way to beat Tim Thomas.” The confounding struggles of the NHL’s past two scoring champions — Henrik has been shut out and Daniel scored his two points in an 11-minute span of Game 2 — are just one strange aspect of these compelling finals, which began with a bite and grew to include taunts, a devastating late hit and plenty of media sniping from both dressing rooms. They’ll go to Game 7 in Vancouver on Wednesday if the Bruins defend the Garden ice again in a series dominated by the home teams. “We don’t want to see anybody raising the Cup on our home ice,” Boston defenseman Dennis Seidenberg said. “We can’t focus on the future or on the past. We have to be in the moment in Game 6.” Boston has outscored Vancouver 14-6 in the series and Thomas has flummoxed the Canucks with a performance that seems likely to win him the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoffs’ MVP even if the Bruins lose the series. The 37-year-old veteran sees ample reason to believe the Bruins can extend their season to its limit. “You try to get the same focus that you had as a kid when you were out playing on the pond and you’re just enjoying the game,” Thomas said. “Really, if you approach it like that, it can be really fun.” But all spring, Vancouver has shown a resourcefulness borne out of years of playoff failures for the Sedins, who have spent a decade working to get the Canucks to the brink of the first title in their 40-year history. After racking up the regular season’s best record and then surviving several playoff scares, the Canucks don’t want to wait another day for their first Cup. “We’re in a great spot,” Henrik Sedin said. “We’re one win away from winning it, so we’re excited. But we know if we get out of our comfort zone and start getting overly excited, it’s going to take away from our game. That’s a key for us; to come in here tomorrow and play the way we have all year.” Although New England has rallied behind the Bruins in their quest for their first Cup since 1972, the streets of downtown Boston are unlikely to be filled tonight with more than 100,000 screaming hockey fans and revelers, as Vancouver was last Friday when the Canucks moved to the brink with a 1-0 victory in Game 5. Vancouver might be ready for a party that will make

all. The Heat missed 13 of their 33 free throws, let the Mavericks score 27 points off turnovers and simply could not get a rebound in the final minutes. Nowitzki finished 9-for-27 and the Mavs still won. He was 1-for-12 in the first half and they were still ahead, 53-51, thanks largely to Terry’s 19 points on 8-of-10 shooting. Down the stretch, Terry made another contribution. He grabbed Nowitzki during a timeout, telling him, “Remember ’06.” The final minutes belonged to Dirk and the Mavs and a few German flags waved in Miami’s arena during the postgame celebration. James didn’t score in the second half until a layup with 1:49 remained in the third — his first field-goal attempt since 1:05 remained in the half. Kidd made a 3-pointer late in the period, pushing the Dallas lead to 79-71, and it seemed like the only people standing in the arena were the players, referees, Cuban and a few guys around the Dallas bench. The Heat spent the second half chasing the Mavericks, never catching them. “I can’t believe the journey,” added Kidd, who lost two previous finals trips with the New Jersey Nets. “The journey, the character of my teammates telling me they wanted to get me a championship. Tonight they came out and played well. I came here twice, this being my third time so third time was the lucky charm.” Of the principal characters from the 2006 series, only Cuban, Nowitzki and Terry remain from the Mavericks’ side. Terry won’t have to get his tattoo — the one of the NBA championship trophy — removed, which he vowed to have done if Miami won this series. Nowitzki will never be in the conversation of ‘Best player without a title’ again. James is clearly the one with that most-unwanted label now. “The Greater Man upstairs know when it’s my time,” James tweeted. “Right now isn’t the time.”

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last year’s Olympic festivities look like a high school prom but nothing in the series’ first five games suggests anybody will be dancing before Wednesday. The home teams are unbeaten in the finals and Boston has won nine of its past 10 at the Garden after losing its first two to Montreal in the first round. Defenseman Kevin Bieksa said the Canucks have tried to avoid thinking about the pressure on their shoulders as they attempt to close out a landmark championship for Canada’s westernmost franchise. Vancouver has persevered despite key injuries, a brutal travel schedule and a fan base that’s both adoring and hypercritical. “When they say it’s the hardest trophy to win, they’re absolutely right,” Vancouver coach Alain Vigneault said. “It’s so taxing physically on the players, so demanding with the travel, that it makes it a challenge. But our group, we said all along since Day One that we were ready for this, and we’re trying to prove it.” But can the Canucks prove it without going to Game 7? Boston outscored them 12-1 in the series’ first two games at the Garden — and nobody exemplifies Vancouver’s road struggles better than goalie Roberto Luongo, who turned in three stellar performances at home and laid two eggs in Boston.
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Hannagan, Beezley, Gossard outlast weather to post Limaland wins
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LIMA — A large throng of fans convened at the Limaland Motorsports Park to celebrate motorsports with NASCAR icon Kenny Wallace and NHRA Top Fuel Dragster Terry McMillen on St. Rita’s Medical Center and the “Are You Tough Enough to Wear Pink?” campaign night of racing. Both Wallace and McMillen were piloting wrapped-in-pink-colored modified race cars to draw attention to the battle against breast cancer. Both cars were prepared and crewed by members of the University of Northwestern Ohio motorsports athletic teams. Following an enthusiastic reception for Wallace, McMillen and all of the Limaland Motorsports Park racers during a Meet the Drivers Night autograph session, a brief but powerful rainstorm forced track officials to undertake a near 90minute dry-out effort on the highbanked 1/4-mile oval. The night’s opening feature was the ultra-competitive K & N UMP Modifieds with a 20-car field set to battle for 20 laps. Wallace started near the tail after a thrilling effort by the SPEED TV commentator that saw him finish third in the B-Main and transfer to the finale. McMillen was unable to advance and did not compete after hot laps and the rain delay. Although having driven his 7,000HP Amalie Oil UNOH Top Fuel Dragster at nearly 318 mph, he had never driven on a dirt oval previously and it proved to be quite the challenge. Pole starter and student Kody Weisner, in a UNOH Racers entry, led the opening circuit before a spinout allowed Indiana’s Tommy Beezley to gain the lead position as he started from the outside of the front row. Beezley, in only his third LMP appearance, was passed by Clint Reagle for the feature’s third lap but then re-established front-runner status by the fifth lap and never surrendered. Opening weekend winner Terry Hull was a constant thorn for Beezley as he worked different lines in trying to get around the lead #69 car. 2010 track champion Todd Sherman and Jerry Bowersock kept it virtually a 4-car nose-to-tail affair for the final 15 laps. For Beezley, it marked his first feature win at Limaland Motorsports Park. “I saw him (Hull) there with about four or five to go so I thought I need to ramp up the pace,” said a humble Beezley in the winner’s circle. “I was just lucky enough to get away from him. I know how good Terry Hull is here. I’m real fortunate to be in this position. Paul Reed does my engines and I need to thank him.” The first appearance of the season at Limaland for the touring Engine Pro NRA Sprint Invaders proved to be a thriller from start to finish. It was 3-wide at the line after the opening lap. Randy Hannagan took the lead for the second lap after starting on the inside of row three. The red-colored #22H was very fast throughout the 25-lap main with previous week’s winner Kyle Sauder and all-time Limaland feature winner leader Tim Allison pressuring Hannagan. Sauder apparently was too high in the cushion and stuck his 7K AAA machine in the turn 1 wall, ending his evening on lap four. The re-start then setup a

Delphos Minor League Team Record Games Back Mets 8-1 Dodgers 8-1 Cubs 6-3 2 Pirates 5-4 3 Tigers 4-5 4 Orioles 2-7 6 Indians 2-7 6 Reds 1-8 8 Friday’s Results Inner County League Optimist Reds 11, Convoy Rockies 0 Tri-County Little League K of C Indians 10, Greif Rangers 3 Sunday’s Results Delphos Minor League Indians 18, Tigers 11 Cubs 8, Orioles 6 Mets 12, Pirates 6 Dodgers 15, Reds 0 Schedule Today’s Games Tri-County Little League Ft. Jennings Musketeers at Delphos Braves, 6 p.m. Delphos Young’s Waste Service Yankees at K of C Indians, 6 p.m. Smiley Park-Field 3 Delpha Chevy Reds at VFW Cardinals, 7:45 p.m. Delphos Greif Rangers at 1st Federal Athletics, 7:45 p.m. Smiley Park-Field 3 VWYB Umpires Nate Stevens & Brock Bell vs. Umpires, 6

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The Associated Press National League East Division W L Pct GB Philadelphia 40 26 .606 — Atlanta 38 28 .576 2 Florida 32 32 .500 7 New York 32 33 .492 7 1/2 Washington 30 36 .455 10 Central Division W L Pct GB Milwaukee 38 28 .576 — St. Louis 38 29 .567 1/2 Cincinnati 34 33 .507 4 1/2 Pittsburgh 31 33 .484 6 Chicago 25 39 .391 12 Houston 24 42 .364 14 West Division W L Pct GB San Francisco 37 29 .561 — Arizona 36 30 .545 1 Colorado 31 34 .477 5 1/2 Los Angeles 31 36 .463 6 1/2 San Diego 29 38 .433 8 1/2 ——— Saturday’s Games Philadelphia 7, Chicago Cubs 1 Cincinnati 10, San Francisco 2 Atlanta 6, Houston 3, 10 innings Pittsburgh 3, N.Y. Mets 2 Arizona 9, Florida 5 Milwaukee 5, St. Louis 3 L.A. Dodgers 11, Colorado 7 Washington 2, San Diego 1Sunday’s Results Arizona 5, Florida 1 Philadelphia 4, Chicago Cubs 3 N.Y. Mets 7, Pittsburgh 0 Atlanta 4, Houston 1 Milwaukee 4, St. Louis 3 L.A. Dodgers 10, Colorado 8 Washington 2, San Diego 0 San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 2 Today’s Games N.Y. Mets (Pelfrey 3-4) at Pittsburgh (Maholm 2-7), 7:05 p.m. Arizona (Duke 1-1) at Florida (Nolasco 4-1), 7:10 p.m. Atlanta (D.Lowe 3-4) at Houston (W.Rodriguez 3-3), 8:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Wolf 4-4) at Chicago Cubs (Dempster 5-5), 8:05 p.m. San Diego (Bass 0-0) at Colorado (Cook 0-0), 8:40 p.m. Cincinnati (Arroyo 4-6) at L.A. Dodgers (Kuroda 5-7), 10:10 p.m. Tuesday’s Games Florida (Volstad 2-6) at Philadelphia (Hamels 8-2), 7:05 p.m. St. Louis (J.Garcia 6-2) at Washington (Maya 0-1), 7:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Niese 5-5) at Atlanta (Jurrjens 8-2), 7:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Gallardo 8-3) at Chicago Cubs (R.Wells 1-1), 8:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Karstens 3-4) at Houston (Norris 4-4), 8:05 p.m. San Diego (Undecided) at Colorado (Nicasio

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thrilling battle as Hannagan and Allison dueled ferociously. Allison tried to go high and low on the track to find a way around Hannagan as both drivers masterfully drove through lapped traffic. With three laps remaining, Allison took the lead, held it for just two trips around and then Hannagan took it back from the outside on the white flag circuit to post the thrilling win. “The track was gripping the front wheels out of my hand,” said Hannagan. “I knew Tim Allison and the 7K (Sauder) were gonna be tough cars. I thank Dennis Yoakam for giving me the opportunity to run one of his race cars. Racing hasn’t been that fun for me the past few years, then I teamed up with Dennis last year and he has brought the fun back. This one’s for him and his brother-in-law (Jim) who passed away a month or so ago.” The final event of the night was another closely-contested thriller as the Budweiser Thunderstocks 15-lap feature produced the three different leaders and a pass for the win on lap 13 directly under the flagstand. Veteran Kevin Gossard recorded his 9th career LMP triumph with the move around primary race leader Shawn Valenti. Gossard started on the sixth row but impressively moved through the field and got into position for the defining moment. “From where I sat, it was a pretty good race,” declared Gossard, in sort of a matter-of-fact style. On Friday, Limaland Motorsports Park will host the 12th annual Bobby Keysor Memorial with a $1,000 to win payout to the Budweiser Thunderstocks winner. The 1/4-mile track will also feature the Elwer Fence Sprints and the K & N UMP Modifieds. Gates open at 5 p.m. with hot laps beginning at 6:30 p.m. Racing starts promptly at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the 23rd annual Brad Doty Classic, on July 13, featuring the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series, are on sale now. Call the ticket hotline at 419-998-3199. Seating information, plus all the latest news and information about America’s premier quarter-mile dirt track, can be found at www.limaland. com<http://www.limaland.com>. You can also find Limaland Motorsports Park on Facebook and Twitter.
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Kevin Gossard passes Shawn Valenti on the outside during the stock feature at Limaland Motorsports Park Friday night.
Heat 1: 1. 20K-Bill Keeler; 2. 69-Tommy Beezley; 3. 65-Todd Sherman; 4. 19-Ryan Ordway; 5. 22T-Tony Anderson; 6. 47-Nick Rosselit; 7. 15-Nick Katterhenry; 8. 55M-Justin Matson. Heat 2: 1. 40-Terry Hull; 2. O1-Kody Weisner; 3. 1-Chris Puskas; 4. 5X-Jerry Bowersock; 5. L5-Casey Luedeke; 6. 36-Brandon Vaughan; 7. 63-Troy Stewart; 8. 45P-Brian Post. Heat 3: 1. 28-Shaun Smith; 2. 4S-Doug St. Myers; 3. 17T-Michael Tarlton; 4. 1BP-Brian Przepiora; 5. 18N-Derrick Noffsinger; 6. 78-Terry Stratton; 7. OOBJohn Brooks. Heat 4: 1. 33-Clint Reagle; 2. 82-Jacob Covl; 3. 22B-Andy Bibler; 4. 35-Tim Cornett; 5. O3-Cory Seeling; 6. 22-Schuyler Nahre; 7. OO-Kenny Wallace. B-Main: 1. 22T-Tony Anderson; 2. L5-Casey Luedeke; 3. OO-Kenny Wallace; 4. 45P-Brian Post; 5. O3-Cory Seeling; 6. 22-Schuyler Nahre; 7. 36-Brandon Vaughan; 8. 47-Nick Rosselit; 9. 15-Nick Katterhenry; 10. 18N-Derrick Noffsinger; 11. 78-Terry Stratton; 12. 63-Troy Stewart; 13. OOB-John Brooks; 14. 55M-Justin Matson. A-Main - (20 Laps) [#]-Starting Position: 1. 69-Tommy Beezley[2]; 2. 5X-Jerry Bowersock[14]; 3. 65-Todd Sherman[9]; 4. 40-Terry Hull[5]; 5. 82-Jacob Covl[8]; 6. 28-Shaun Smith[4]; 7. 4S-Doug St. Myers[7]; 8. 33-Clint Reagle[3]; 9. 22B-Andy Bibler[12]; 10. 45P-Brian Post[20]; 11. 1-Chris Puskas[10]; 12. L5-Casey Luedeke[18]; 13. 22T-Tony Anderson[17]; 14. 20K-Bill Keeler[6]; 15. 17T-Michael Tarlton[11]; 16. 1BP-Brian Przepiora[15]; 17. 35-Tim Cornett[16]; 18. OO-Kenny Wallace[19]; 19. O1-Kody Weisner[1]; 20. 19-Ryan Ordway[13]. Engine Pro/NRA Sprints Heats (8 Laps - Top 4 Transfer) Heat 1: 1. 35-Ron Blair; 2. 82-Mike Miller; 3. 22-Ben Rutan; 4. 4J-Bob Gehr; 5. 5M-Max Stambaugh; 6. 32M-Derek Hastings; 7. 27-Beau Stewart; 8. 4U-Rick Boughan; 9. 28H-Hud Horton. Heat 2: 1. 6-Mike Dussel; 2. 22DH-Randy Hannagan; 3. 2M-Jeff Williams; 4. 22D-Dennis Yoakam; 5. 40-Caleb Helms; 6. 3T-Tony Beaber; 7. 18-Todd Heuerman; 8. 56R-Ryan Myers; 9. 8D-Dylan Cisney. Heat 3: 1. 7K-Kyle Sauder; 2. 34-Luke Hall; 3. 2H-Dallas Hewitt; 4. 49T-Gregg Dalman; 5. 7C-Tim Hunter; 6. 57-Mike Dunlap; 7. 29S-Marques Huffer; 8. 41J-Jeremy Powley; 9. 20B-Butch Schroeder. Heat 4: 1. 11-Tim Allison; 2. 21-Justin Grant; 3. 10J-Jarrod Delong; 4. 2-Brent Gehr; 5. 49-Shawn Dancer; 6. 1-Kent Wolters; 7. 17-Jared Horstman; 8. 6S-Jr Stewart. B-Main (10 Laps - Top 2 Transfer) #1: 1. 40-Caleb Helms; 2. 18-Todd Heuerman; 3. 3T-Tony Beaber; 4. 5M-Max Stambaugh; 5. 32M-Derek Hastings; 6. 56R-Ryan Myers; 7. 27-Beau Stewart; 8. 4U-Rick Boughan; 9. 8D-Dylan Cisney; 10. 28H-Hud Horton. #2: 1. 57-Mike Dunlap; 2. 1-Kent Wolters; 3. 17-Jared Horstman; 4. 7C-Tim Hunter; 5. 29S-Marques Huffer; 6. 41J-Jeremy Powley; 7. 49-Shawn Dancer; 8. 6S-Jr Stewart; 9. 20B-Butch Schroeder. A-Main - (25 Laps) [#]-Starting Position: 1. 22DH-Randy Hannagan[5]; 2. 11-Tim Allison[7]; 3. 34-Luke Hall[4]; 4. 21-Justin Grant[3]; 5. 6-Mike Dussel[9]; 6. 40-Caleb Helms[17]; 7. 18-Todd Heuerman[19]; 8. 22-Ben Rutan[2]; 9. 57-Mike Dunlap[18]; 10. 49T-Gregg Dalman[15]; 11. 35-Ron Blair[10]; 12. 1-Kent Wolters[20]; 13. 4J-Bob Gehr[13]; 14. 10J-Jarrod Delong[12]; 15. 2M-Jeff Williams[1]; 16. 2-Brent Gehr[16]; 17. 2H-Dallas Hewitt[11]; 18. 22D-Dennis Yoakam[14]; 19. 82-Mike Miller[6]; 20. 7K-Kyle Sauder[8]. Budweiser Thunderstocks A-Main – (15 Laps): 1. 62- Kevin Gossard; 2. 7B- Shawn Valenti; 3. 52B-Sam Bodine; 4. 22T-Tony Anderson; 5. 71-Keith Ralston; 6. 27-Frank Paladino; 7. 1-Matthew Custer; 8. 01-Lance Weppler; 9. 3-Randy Crossley; 10. 82-Chris Douglas; 11. 00-Travis Fleshman; 12. 21Z-Pete Zuppardo; 13. 5K-Karl Spoores; 14. 99-Andy King; 15. 21T-Tony Zuppardo; 16. 1G-Geary Hilleary; 17. 2-Kevin Rooks; 18. 58P-Jim Post; 19. 16-Jeff Koz.

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The Canadian Olympic star is just 5-5 in the postseason with a 3.49 goals-against average and an .885 save percentage away from Vancouver, compared to a 10-3 mark with a 1.70 GAA and a .943 save percentage at Rogers Arena. All four of Luongo’s playoff shutouts were at home, too. “I don’t want to start making excuses for what happened here in the first two games,” said Luongo, who gave up 12 goals in just over four periods before getting pulled from Game 4. “Maybe they got the first goal, a couple of lucky bounces, whatever it was, and as a team we got away from the

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game plan, myself included.” Although the series has been a fascinating contrast of styles on the ice, it also has featured more than its share of bad sportsmanship, posturing and questionable behavior — from Alex Burrows’ bite in Game 1 and the ensuing taunts to Aaron Rome’s late hit on Nathan Horton in Game 3. Luongo sparked another minor fire after Game 5 while explaining that his goaltending style might have given him a better chance than Thomas to stop Maxim Lapierre’s gamewinning goal. The Bruins mostly brushed it off; Luongo didn’t apologize Saturday while noting

he had been praising Thomas throughout the series while Thomas hadn’t said anything complimentary about him. The 37-year-old Thomas chuckled Sunday about the entire brouhaha. “I didn’t realize it was my job to pump his tires,” Thomas added. “I guess I have to apologize for that.” The Canucks blew three straight chances to close out the defending champion Chicago Blackhawks in the first round but they’re 3-1 in closeout games since, finishing off San Jose on their first try in the Western Conference finals. Boston had two chances to

close out series in Game 6 during the postseason but failed both times. They’re playing their third elimination game at the Garden this spring. The Bruins won Game 7 matchups with Montreal and Tampa Bay in the Eastern Conference playoffs but they can’t rely this time on Horton, who scored the winning goals in both games. He is out for the series with a concussion but showed up in the Bruins’ locker room after Game 4 last Wednesday to give a boost to his teammates. Boston’s first line looked good with Rich Peverley in Horton’s place that night but did relatively little in Game 5.

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John and Kathy Simindinger of Lima announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Kathleen Ruth, to Joshua Thomas Vorst, son of Mark and Lisa Vorst of Ottoville. The couple will exchange vows on July 9 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Ottoville. The bride-elect is a graduate of Lima Bath High School and she earned her bachelor’s degree in early childhood education from Bluffton University. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in guidance and counseling from the University of West Alabama. Her fiance is a graduate of Ottoville High School and earned his bachelor of science degree in business administration from The University of Northwestern Ohio. He is employed by Vorst Paving in Cloverdale.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hollywood’s summer boxoffice streak has cooled a bit with a $37 million opening weekend for J.J. Abrams and Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi tale “Super 8.” It was a healthy but unremarkable launch in a summer season whose newcomers often open with two or three times as much money. Released by Paramount Pictures, “Super 8” largely features a cast of young newcomers, the story centering on teen filmmakers and an alien entity that escapes from a wrecked train. “Super 8” bumped off the previous weekend’s No. 1 movie, 20th Century Fox’s comic-book prequel “X-Men: First Class,” which slipped to second-place with $25 million. “First Class” raised its domestic total to $98.9 million. After a string of blockbuster debuts in May and early June, Hollywood’s overall revenues dipped for the first time in a month. Domestic receipts totaled $140 million, down 7.5 percent from the same weekend last year, when “The Karate Kid” led with $55.7 million, according to box-office tracker Hollywood.com. The weekend’s other

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‘Mormon,’ ‘War Horse’ the big winners at Tonys
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Mark and Christine Clement of Delphos announce the engagement of their daughter, Brooke Courtney, to Ryan Scot Schwieterman, son of Jeffrey and Jennifer Schwieterman of Delphos. The couple will exchange vows on July 16 at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. The bride-elect is a 2005 graduate of St. John’s High School and received her bachelor of arts from Ohio State University and her masters of arts in speech and language pathology from the University of Toledo. She is employed as a speech and language pathologist at Heartland of Kettering Nursing Facility. Her fiance is a 2005 graduate of St. John’s High School and received his bachelor of science in biochemistry from Ohio State University and will be attending Boonshoft School of Medicine in the fall at Wright State University.

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Thomas and Mary Jo Becker of Delphos announce the engagement of their daughter, Nicholette Marie, to Ned Donald Bockrath, son of James and Deb Bockrath of Kalida. The couple will exchange vows on July 9 at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. The bride-elect is a graduate of St. John’s High School and The Ohio State University. She is a first-grade teacher at Ottawa Elementary. Her fiance is a graduate of Kalida High School and Kent State University. He is employed at INEOS Lima Chemicals.

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new wide release, Relativity Media’s family flick “Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer,” opened weakly at No. 7 with $6.3 million. The movie follows a young girl’s wacky summer adventures. Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Hollywood.com. Where available, latest international numbers are also included. Final domestic figures will be released today. 1. “Super 8,” $37 million ($6.7 million international). 2. “X-Men: First Class,” $25 million. 3. “The Hangover Part II,” $18.5 million ($38.3 million international). 4. “Kung Fu Panda 2,” $16.6 million ($56.5 million international). 5. “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,” $10.8 million ($41.1 million international). 6. “Bridesmaids,” $10.2 million. 7. “Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer,” $6.3 million. 8. “Midnight in Paris,” $6.1 million. 9. “Thor,” $2.4 million. 10. “Fast Five,” $1.7 million ($5.9 million international).

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NEW YORK — A slew of acclaimed shows were up for Tony Awards in a remarkably competitive year, but a production that wasn’t even eligible still managed to cast a shadow — well, shall we make that a web? — over the proceedings. On a night when the hilariously profane “The Book of Mormon” reigned supreme, the famously troubled “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” got attention both positive and negative at Sunday’s Tonys. There was a performance — certainly rare for a show that hasn’t even opened yet — plus a plug from its famous composers, Bono and The Edge. And of course, there were the obligatory “SpiderMan” jokes, without which no awards show would be complete. There were jokes even about the ubiquity of “Spider-Man” jokes. Host Neil Patrick Harris said he would limit himself to a 30-second speed round, getting his biggest laugh with a quip about the show’s ousted original director: “Julie Taymor knew it was over when she woke and found the head of ‘War Horse’ in her bed.” Even Bono was making jokes, saying he and The Edge “used to be famous for being in U2.” Then he introduced Reeve Carney and Jennifer Damiano, who play Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson, and a new ballad they perform in the retooled show. (As for the

flying Spidey himself? Not in sight.) At the top of the heap was “Mormon,” which has taken Broadway by storm this season. It captured nine awards, including best musical, for its offensive yet good-natured look at two missionaries who arrive in Uganda and get way more than they bargained for, including gun-toting warlords, whole villages infected with HIV and a running gag about maggots in a man’s scrotum. Trey Parker and Matt Stone, creators of the Emmy Award-winning “South Park,” collaborated with Robert Lopez, who co-wrote the Tony-winning “Avenue Q.” Collecting the best musical prize, Parker said he’d be remiss if he didn’t thank his late book co-writer — Joseph Smith, the founder of the Mormon church. “War Horse,” a World War I tale about horses told with wonderful puppetry, won five Tonys, including best play. The revival of Larry Kramer’s groundbreaking AIDS play “The Normal Heart” won three, as did the revival of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes,” with the terrific Sutton Foster, who won best actress in a musical. Even though some victories, like Foster’s and, of course, that of “The Book of Mormon,” seemed preordained, many found this year’s Tonys one of the most entertaining in a long time. “This was my favorite awards show — except the ones where I’ve won,”

Stephen Colbert quipped to The Associated Press at the post-show gala at the Plaza Hotel. “The speeches were so emotionally honest,” Colbert gushed. He said he especially loved Foster’s tearful speech, “bleeding for her dresser.” (Foster did tearfully call her dresser, who is leaving her soon for a new project, “the greatest artist in the world.”) Also strolling through the Plaza fete was Mark Rylance, who won best actor in a play for his masterful portrayal of Johnny “Rooster” Byron in Jez Butterworth’s “Jerusalem.” Just as he did three years ago when he won for “Boeing-Boeing,” Rylance simply quoted a poem by Louis Jenkins, an obscure poet from Minnesota. This one was about, well, walking through walls. Norbert Leo Butz won for best actor in a musical for playing a frumpy FBI agent hot on the heels of a con man in “Catch Me If You Can,” his second Tony. The directing prize for a play went to Marianne Elliott and Tom Morris for “War Horse,” which goes for the tears every night with its story of a boy and the horse he loves. Nikki M. James, who won for best featured actress in a musical in “The Book of Mormon,” dedicated the award to her dad, who died while she was in high school, and to her nephew Ozzie, who was born with kidney problems. Kramer’s “The Normal Heart” won the best revival prize and two actors from

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By ABDI GULED The Associated Press MOGADISHU, Somalia — The killing of an al-Qaida mastermind who planned the devastating bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa drew praise on Sunday from Kenyans and Somalis, while Somalia’s president showed documents linking the dead man to militants who are trying to topple his nation’s fragile, U.N.-backed government. Fazul Abdullah Mohammed eluded capture for 13 years and topped the FBI’s most wanted list for planning the Aug. 7, 1998, U.S. Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. His death, reported Saturday by Somali officials, was the third major blow to al-Qaida in six weeks. The worldwide terror group was headed by Osama bin Laden until his death last month. But Somali President Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed said Mohammed also posed showing reporters documents and pictures he said government troops recovered from “Last month al-Qaida suffered Mohammed. not let reportAhmed did a major setback ers check the documents, but he held up photos he with the death said were of Mohammed’s family and operational of Osama bin maps for the militants in Laden and Mogadishu. Ahmed also held up a yesterday we condolence letter he said Mohammed sent after bin received news Laden’s death. He didn’t of another say who it was addressed significant blow.” to, but said Mohammed co-authored the letter with — Hillary Rodham Clinton a known Islamist leader in U.S. Secretary of State Somalia, Sheik Hassan Dahir Aweys. Aweys, a veteran Islamist a grave threat to Somalia, in Somalia since the 1990s, which has been ravaged by was the leader of the Hizbul two decades of anarchy and Islam militant group that conflict. Ahmed congratu- merged with al-Shabab last lated government soldiers December. Aweys did not for killing Mohammed on immediately return calls Tuesday at a Mogadishu seeking comment. security checkpoint. Lawmaker Abdirashid “His aim was to com- Sheik said Muhammed’s mit violence in and outside death was good for the country,” Ahmed said, Somalia. “Somalis have every reason to be happy today because foreign elements within al-Shabab are the real obstacle to stability in Somalia,” he said. “Foreigners’ universal ideologies don’t suit Somalia’s local interest. We ask them to leave us alone. We can solve our own problems by ourselves.” U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton also honored the victims of the bombings during a visit to the American compound in Tanzania. She put flowers on a large rock just inside the main gate of the embassy, said a silent prayer and spoke with three Tanzanian employees who were at the embassy when it was bombed. Clinton told embassy workers that the U.S. has not forgotten its pledge “to seek justice against those who would commit such atrocities.” She added: “Last month al-Qaida suffered a major setback with the death of Osama bin Laden and yesterday we received news of another significant blow.” The attacks in Tanzania and Kenya killed 224 people. Most of the dead were Kenyans. Twelve Americans died. One of the survivors, Douglas Sidialo, was blinded by the bombing in Kenya’s capital of Nairobi. “God the creator has delivered Fazul Abdullah Mohammed to his destiny the same way he delivered bin Laden to his destiny,” he said. “When you kill by the sword, bullets and bombs you die through a similar tragedy.” Sidialo, who said he

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once wanted to skin bin Laden alive, said Sunday he has “moved on” and now would have preferred to see Mohammed captured alive and asked to account for his decisions. “Any death is not a cause of celebration,” he said. Thousands were wounded when a pickup truck rigged as a bomb exploded outside the four-story U.S. Embassy building. Within minutes, another bomb shattered the U.S. mission in Tanzania’s commercial capital, Dar es Salaam. “Killing terrorists only breeds more terrorists. We must find a lasting solution to this menace,” said Sidialo.

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Raines Jewelry
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620 Duplex For Rent
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Found
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040 Services
LAMP REPAIR Table or floor. Come to our store. Hohenbrink TV. 419-695-1229

080 Help Wanted
Are you looking for a child care provider in your area? Let us help. Call YWCA Child Care Re source and Referral at: 1-800-992-2916 or (419)225-5465

080 Help Wanted
AREA’S #1 Verizon Wireless Retailer Cellular Central in Delphos is looking to fill management and retail sales professional’s positions. Job require ments: Staying up-to-date on the latest data and communications technology Understanding customer’s communications needs and helping them discover how our products meet those needs Multi-tasking in a fast paced team environment Working a variety of hours including weekends and evenings Educating and engaging customers through demonstrations Interacting with customers and providing prompt and courteous service Email resume to hrcellularcentral@bex.net LOOKING FOR a concrete laborer who has experience with concrete construction as well as forming and finishing concrete, clean drivers license and CDL a plus. Pay depending on experience. Benefits. Send resume to: Friedrich Concrete Contracting 20701 St. Rt. 697 Delphos, OH 45833 or Call 419-968-2095 and leave a message.

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300 Household Goods 800 House For Sale
NEW, QUEEN pillow-top mattress, never used, still sealed in original wrapper. $75. Call (260)749-6100.

PRE-OWNED VEHICLES
CARS
2011 Chevy Malibu LT 11E53 ................. $18,500 2007 Nissan 2.5 S 11E59.................................. $15,450 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GT 11F60 ....... $9,950 2008 Chevrolet Impala 10H110 ............ $14,900 2010 Buick LaCrosse 10I141 ................... $25,500 2010 Buick Lucerne 10L166 ....................... $24,500 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt 11A5 ................. $12,900 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt 11E50................ $15,500 2010 Chevrolet Impala 11C33 .............. $17,900 2010 Chevrolet Impala 11C32 .............. $18,500 2010 Chevrolet Malibu 11D39 ............... $17,500 2010 Chevrolet Malibu 11D39 ............... $17,500 2009 Buick Lucerne 11B15......................... $19,900 2009 Pontiac Vibe 11E57 ................................ $13,900 2008 Buick Lucerne 11A3........................... $21,900 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt 11C31 ............... $12,900 2008 Pontiac G5 11E55........................................ $13,900 2008 Pontiac G6 11E56........................................ $14,900 2007 Buick LaCrosse 10G100.................. $12,500 2007 Buick Lucerne 10J149 ....................... $20,495 2007 Chevrolet Impala 10C44 .............. $13,300 2007 Chevrolet Malibu 11E51 ............... $12,900 2006 Buick Lucerne 11D46......................... $15,995 1996 Pontiac Grand Am 11E28A.............. $4,295 1998 Chrysler Cirrus 11E49 ............................ $3,495

340 Garage Sales
HUGE GARAGE Sale 515 N. Main St. Ft. Jennings June 14-17, 10am-7pm June 18 9am-1pm PLANT SALE 809 Jackson St. Wed. 9am-5pm Asst. perennials, Lilies, Water Lily, Weight bench, Geraniums, stone grinding wheels, Misc.

SUVs
2010 Chevrolet Equinox 10H121 ....... $22,800 2010 Chevrolet HHR 11D36........................ $15,900 2010 Chevrolet HHR 11D37........................ $15,900 2009 Chevrolet Traverse 10L163 .... $23,900 2007 Chevrolet Suburban 11A14 ... $31,700 2006 GMC Envoy XL 10L173 ....................... $14,700 2002 Buick Rendezvous 11A146A ........... $7,995 2000 Chevrolet Blazer 11D10A.................... $6,595 2007 Toyota Highlander 11B20 ......... $17,500 2005 Dodge Durango 11D95A ................... $12,995

095 Child Care
EXPERIENCED MOTHER with BA in Early Childhood providing childcare in my Ft. Jennings home full/ part/ fill-in. Great rates and references. (419)236-4007

502 S Pearl, Spencerville “0” down, “0” closing cost, home warranty, and free appliances. Several homes to choose from in Van Wert, Lima, Ohio City areas. Pictures and address’s at: www.creativehombuyingsolutions.com. EXECUTIVE HOME. Living room, dining room, kitchen/family room combination. Three bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, poured concrete basement, 2-car garage. Located just outside Delphos city limits off Lehman Rd. Call 740-708-0073 LAND CONTRACT or Short term Rent to own homes. Several available. Addresses and pictures at www.creativehomebuyingsolutions.com. 419-586-8220

120 Financial
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501 Misc. for Sale
CENTRAL BOILER outdoor wood furnaces starting at $4995.00. Up to $1,000 Rebate, limited time. (419)358-5342 LOGS FOR Firewood. We load, you haul. For appointment call 419-692-8996.

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2010 Chevrolet Colorado 11E48...... $23,900 2007 Chevrolet Colorado 10C30 ..... $17,200 1995 Chevrolet K1500 11B16A ................... $4,595 2007 Ford F-150 11E47 ......................................... $18,500

810 Parts/Acc.

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2008 Chevrolet Uplander 11D42 ..... 15,500 2003 Olds Silhouette 11D43 ........................... $8,750 2001 Chev Express Van 11C115A........... $9,250 2005 Chrysler Town & Country 11D44........... $6,995 1998 Chrysler Town & Country 11D13A ........ $1,595 1997 Mercury Villager Wgn 11E58.. $4,595
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890 Autos for Sale
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600 Apts. for Rent
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PRE-OWNED CARS
6921 6935 6898 6942 6856 6925 6939 6890 6947 6930 6887 6926 6915 6908

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567-825-2157 260-580-5289 950 Electricians

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V6, convertible, chrome wheels, one owner, clean Carfax, white, 14K mi....... $22,895 4 dr., moonroof, alloy wheels, wing, black, 3K mi. .......................................... $19,495 Heated leather, one owner, clean carfax, lt. sage, 34K mi. ............................. $19,895 Mustang cpe premium, vista blue, 48K mi. ...................................................... $17,995 FWD, Leather, roof, Headrest DVD’s, white suede 34,530 miles .................... $17,995 heated seats, steer wheel mounted, controls, silver, 12K mi. .......................... $16,995 FWD Fusion SEL 4 dr., FWD, vapor silver, 30K mi.......................................... $17,495 4 cyl, heated leather, moonroof, black 33K mi. ................................................ $16,595 4 dr. sdn, FWD, pre, red, 22K mi. .................................................................... $15,495 Alloy wheels/remote keyless entry, full power, amber gold, 34K ..................... $13,995 4 Dr, one owner, clean carfax, black, 48K........................................................ $12,495 Signature, cartier/dual climate control, steering wheel controls, ivory ................ $8,595 AWD/heated leather/dual climate control, silver .................................................... $8,695 4 door sedan, maroon......................................................................................... $2,995

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6951 2010 F150 LARIAT SUPERCREW CAB 6943 2009 FORD EDGE LTD 6941 2008 FORD SPORT TRAC 4x4 6891 2008 LINCOLN MKX AWD 6896 2008 JEEP COMMANDER LIMITED 6937 2007 HONDA ODYSSEY EX-L 6946 2009 FORD TAURUS X 6917 2009 FORD RANGER S.CAB 4D 6821 2008 FORD EXPLORER EDDIE BAUER 6840 2007 LINCOLN MKX 6936 2006 FORD F-150 S. CAB 6872A 2008 FORD ESCAPE 6867A 2006 TOYOTA 4RUNNER SR5 6938 2003 GMC SIERRA 1500 SLT Z71 6839 2010 FORD ESCAPE XLT 6899 2007 LINCOLN TRUCK MKX 6889 2008 FORD ESCAPE XLT 6944A 2002 JEEP WRANGLER 6858A 2003 FORD RANGER SUPERCAB 4x2 6902 2007 MERCURY MONTEREY 6903 2007 CHEV EQUINOX 6934 2006 DODGE DURANGO 6868 2004 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT 6838 2007 CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER LS 6893 2005 FORD EXPEDITION XLT 6871A 2006 FORD FREESTAR SEL VAN 6940 2005 FORD FREESTAR SEL 6904 2007 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER 6866 2003 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT 6916A 2001 FORD F-150 XLT 6910A 1997 FORD F150 XLT S. CAB 6829B 1994 FORD BRONCO
4x4, leather, heated & cooled seats, sync., loaded, red/tan, 32,101 mi........... $35,495 FWD, Edge Limited FWD, 1 owner, clean CarFax report, silver, 23K mi. ........ $25,995 Sport Trac LTD 4x4, black, 33K mi. ................................................................. $25,995 Ultimate, 18” chrome wheels, vista roof, red fire, 49K mi. ............................... $25,495 leather, navi, DVD, remote start, red, 48K mi., 3rd row moonroof ................... $23,995 leather, navi, rear DVD, full power, silver, 43K mi. ........................................... $21,995 4 dr., wgn, FWD, Ed Bauer, leather, 1 owner, clean CarFax report, white, 43K mi. . $22,795 4x4, toneau, bedliner, aux. audio input, running boards, red, 10K mi. ............. $20,995 4x4, moonroof, leather, Black, 34,025 miles ................................................... $21,995 AWD, heated leather interior, 48K miles, one owner ...................................... $21,495 4x4, F. glass cap & running boards, 1 owner, clean Carfax, gold, 34K mi. ...... $19,995 4 WD Ltd., moonroof, new chrome wheels, heated leather, light sage, 65K mi. $19,495 4Dr., 4x4, V6, Leather, DVD, white, 57K miles ............................................... $18,995 4x4, sprcab, leather, pewter, 30K mi. ............................................................... $17,995 FWD, V6, cloth interior, Blue, 1-owner, 41K miles ........................................... $17,595 4DR, AWD, owner, clean carfax, white, 121K mi. ............................................ $17,495 V6, 4 dr., 2 WD, XLT, light sage, 44K miles ..................................................... $15,995 2 dr. Sahara, 4x4, removable hard top & soft top, green, 87K mi. ................... $14,995 4D, white, 38K mi............................................................................................. $11,995 Leather, quad seating, pwr sliding doors, remote keyless entry, dune pearl .. $12,595 4 dr., FWD, 1 owner, clean carfax, maroon, 75K mi. ....................................... $12,495 4 dr., 4 WD, SXT, trailer tow, cloth, full power, black, 60K mi........................... $11,895 Quad cab, 4x4, beige, 92K miles ..................................................................... $11,995 4Dr., 3rd row seating, 2WD, silver, 75K miles ................................................. $11,995 Expedition XLT 4x4, stone, 1 owner, 96K mi. .................................................. $11,495 Rear DVD, quad seating, remote start, gray, 69K............................................ $10,895 Beige, keyless remote, alloy wheels, 1 owner, clean CarFax, 112K mi. ............. $9,495 4 cyl., FWD, keyless entry, full power, med. red, 44K mi. ................................... $8,995 CrewCab, 4x2, fiberglass cap, red ...................................................................... $7,295 Reg. cab, 4x2, S, red .......................................................................................... $5,995 4x4, one owner, clean carfax, bright red ............................................................. $5,995 2 door utility, red, 4x4, removable hard top, 108K mi......................................... $4,995

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31 years experience • reference • Framing • Siding • Roofing • Remodeling • Garages Attention Farmers • Pole Barns • Painting • New Barns • Repair Work • Clean Fence Rows • Ditch Banks

RETIRED LICENSED ELECTRICIAN NEEDS TO STAY BUSY
RESIDENTAL & COMMERCIAL WIRING WELDING ED PAXTON

BAUER ROLLER Blades size 7.5- $8.00, 2 Helmets size M -$15.00 & $5.00. 419-230-6190 FREE: 10 week old tame barn kittens. (419)453-3563

Commercial & Residential

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419-733-6309

419-230-0155
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POHLMAN GOLD CANYON POURED CONCRETE WALLS CANDLES Residential & Commercial
Gina Fox 419-236-4134
www.candlesbygina.com The world’s finest candles, candle scents, home decor. Ask how to earn for FREE • Agricultural Needs • All Concrete Work

TOP SOIL
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Lindell Spears

999 Legals
LEGAL NOTICE The Proposed Budget prepared by the City of Delphos, Allen and Van Wert Counties, Ohio, for the next succeeding fiscal year ending December 31, 2012, is available for public inspection. The budget may be viewed at the Municipal Building, 608 North Canal Street, Delphos, OH during business hours of 8:30a.m. and 4:00p.m. Notice is hereby given that the public hearing on said proposed budget will be held on Monday June 20, 2011 at 6:45p.m. in the Council Chambers at the Municipal Building, 608 North Canal Street, Delphos OH. This hearing is open to the public. Thomas L. Jettinghoff City Auditor

419-695-8516 950 Tree Service
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Mark Pohlman

419-339-9084 cell 419-233-9460

950 Car Care

Geise
Transmission, Inc.
• automatic transmission • standard transmission • differentials • transfer case • brakes & tune up
2 miles north of Ottoville

Hohlbein’s
Home Improvement
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Delivery Available

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KEVIN M. MOORE

419-453-3620

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Kevin Lindeman Dave Wilgus Edward Ditmyer John Roby

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TEMAN’S
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Monday, June 13, 2011

The Herald – 11A

Tomorrow’s Horoscope
By Bernice Bede Osol
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 Although you might have to step up the toil in order to fulfill an ambitious undertaking in coming months, the extra elbow grease will be worth it when your efforts prove worthy and are substantially rewarded. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -You aren’t apt to have a better day to tackle an arduous task that you’ve been putting off doing. Once you take it on, you’re likely to find it wasn’t as tough as you had anticipated. CANCER (June 21-July 22) -Seek a convivial, friendly environment to work out a serious, unresolved concern you have with another. You’ll have a lot of luck getting to the bottom of things. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- This is a good day to get out and hunt for that perfect hard-to-find item you’ve been looking for. You still might have to search a bit, but there is an excellent chance you’ll hit pay dirt. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- Set your sights on reaching or achieving something that is a bit tough to get. The type of resolve and determination you have should be exactly what you need to acquire your goal. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -Commercial arrangements look to be quite promising for you once again, if you do business with those firms or people you found to be reasonable and satisfactory in the past. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -Someone is apt to do a favor for you that you might not fully appreciate right now, but as time passes you’ll begin to understand what this person really did for you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -- You’ll reach your objective without much trouble if you keep it to yourself while striving in a totally dedicated manner. Only when your project is safely underway should you announce it. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -- Don’t hesitate to take on an additional responsibility thrust on you that has been totally mishandled by another. You won’t resent the imposition. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -- That strong determination you have will give you a better than average chance of recovering something borrowed long ago but never returned. Go get it. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -Some sage advice that comes from a good pal might be a bitter pill to swallow upon first hearing, but when you put it into action, you’ll see its value. ARIES (March 21-April 19) -- Even if they’re long overdue, corrective measures are being taken to compensate you for something nice you did quite a while ago. You might have thought otherwise, but it hasn’t been forgotten. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -- Someone who in the past has been a bit dubious about you might find plenty of reasons to think otherwise. This person will admire what he or she sees, and will extend the hand of friendship.
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Dear Annie: I’m a consequences. Should I stop paying for 66-year-old mother of two, grandmother of four. I have his dental care? What do you been verbally abused my think? -- Fed-Up Mom Dear Mom: As long as entire life -- first by my father Jack remains on your insurand now by my daughter. I love my daughter, but ance, he is covered for two I’m ready to dismiss her from visits a year. Beyond that, my life in order to preserve it’s his responsibility. If he what sanity I have left. I am refuses to brush and won’t afraid to be in the same room schedule additional cleanwith her because I never ings, he will eventually learn the consequences know what will set of poor dental her off. The probhygiene. Let’s hope lem, of course, he becomes interis her children. I ested in someone have a wonderful who refuses to relationship with kiss him unless he both of my grandbrushes his teeth. children and want That would take it to continue. care of it. I am seeing a Dear Annie: therapist who is You often suggest helpful, but 45 to the newly single minutes a week is not enough. My Annie’s Mailbox or widowed that they seek a social husband is supportive, but refuses to stand or church group in an effort up to our daughter on my to make friends and meet behalf. Naturally, she has new people. May I offer an never said an unkind word additional suggestion? Sweet Adelines to him. I am extremely depressed International is one of the and at my wits’ end. Any largest singing organizations advice would be great- for women in the world, spely appreciated. -- Texas cifically in the barbershop style. There are choruses all Mother Dear Texas: Since you over the U.S. (and the world), want to maintain a relation- and we are always open to ship with the grandchildren, new members. You do not please talk to your thera- need to be a great singer or pist about working on your have a musical background response to your daughter’s to join. Aside from the musical verbal attacks. If you can learn to distance yourself education and opportunity emotionally (and physical- to perform, women develly) from what comes out of op confidence and receive her mouth, it will hurt less countless social benefits -- a and you won’t be as agi- built-in bunch of friends of tated. Her abuse is not your all ages who share their lives fault. Standing up for your- and support one another. self doesn’t have to mean More information is availgetting into an argument. It able at sweetadelineintl.org. sometimes means removing (The men’s organization is yourself from the drama so the Barbershop Harmony you can no longer be a target. Society at barbershop.org.) Practice saying, calmly, “I’m -- Red Rose City Chorus, sorry you feel that way,” or Lancaster, Pa. Dear Lancaster: Thanks “I’ll come back when you’re better.” If she rants in frustra- for a wonderful, fun suggestion. tion, so be it. Dear Annie: My 18-yearold son, “Jack,” refuses to brush his teeth. My husband and I taught our children the value of good dental hygiene, but Jack says it’s a waste of time. Each year, he brushed less and less until he simply stopped. And forget about flossing. Jack has regular dental checkups and has had some minor problems, such as gingivitis and cavities, which we have paid to treat. Now he is starting college. The dentist wants to see him every three months in order to keep his teeth clean and his gums healthy, but our insurance won’t pay for that many trips. I’m tired of paying for extra visits and treatments because Jack refuses to do something as simple as brushing. He is obviously old enough to understand the

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Linda Baker, top left, Teresa Bradstock and Kay Ahten, take debris from the canal from “Gig’ Kimmett behind stores on North Main Street during the annual Canal Cleanup. Below: Ralph Lauser and Barb Seffernick work near Lock 24 at Stadium Park. funded research. The pharmaceutical industry faults insurers, saying copayments on drugs are higher than costsharing for other medical services, such as hospital care. Others blame the design of the Medicare prescription benefit itself, because it allows insurers to put expensive drugs on a so-called “specialty tier” with copayments equivalent to 25 percent or more of the cost of the medication. Drugs for multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and hepatitis C also wind up on specialty tiers, along with the new anti-cancer pills. Medicare supplemental insurance — Medigap — doesn’t cover those copayments. “This is a benefit design issue,” said Dan Mendelson, president of Avalere Health, a research firm that collaborated in a recent medical journal study on the consequences of high copayments for the new cancer drugs. Cost-sharing should only be used to deter wasteful treatment, he explained. “It is hard to make the argument that someone who has been prescribed an oral cancer medication doesn’t need the drug,” added Mendelson. The study last month in the Journal of Oncology Practice found that nearly 16 percent of Medicare beneficiaries did not fill an initial prescription for pills to treat cancer, a significantly higher proportion than the 9 percent of people with private insurance who did not follow through. Forty-six percent of Medicare beneficiaries faced copayments of more than $500, as compared to only 11 percent of patients with private insurance. Among people of all ages, 1 in 4 who faced a copayment over $500 did not

fill their prescriptions. Cancer is more prevalent among older people. “Obviously, we’re leaving a lot of folks off the bus, standing at the curb, if they can’t afford the medications,” said Dr. Lowell Schnipper, who chairs the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s task force on the cost of cancer care. It advises doctors to discuss costs with patients up front, to avoid surprises. Medicare officials say there are currently no plans to rework the design of the prescription benefit. But “nobody is more concerned about access than we are,” said Dr. Jeff Kelman, Medicare’s chief medical officer. For many seniors, Kelman suggested, the situation is not as bleak as what Moore encountered. For example, the prescription plan is designed so beneficiaries who are poor or near poverty face only token copays. For the rest, President Barack Obama’s health care law gradually closes the coverage gap known as the “dough-

nut hole.” This year, the new law provides a 50 percent discount on brand name drugs for those in the gap. The gap starts after Medicare recipients and their insurance plan have spent $2,840 on medications. After that, seniors are responsible for roughly the next $3,600. Once total spending reaches about $6,440, Medicare’s catastrophic coverage kicks in and beneficiaries pay only a small amount. Yet the health care law could be struck down by the courts or repealed if Republicans win the White House and Congress next year. Even if the law stands, assistance after seniors end up in the gap doesn’t take away the initial shock at the pharmacy counter. “The underlying problem is with the basic structure,” said Joe Baker, president of the Medicare Rights Center, a New-York based advocacy group. “Even before you get to the doughnut hole, you’ve got a problem.”

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Saluting our

Shining Stars
Steppin’ Out Dance Center Parents: Romie & Shifawn Youngpeter Grandparents: Dan & Karen Youngpeter, Pat and Shelly Washam Great Grandparents: Catherine Hammons, Dick Youngpeter, Lee Martz

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The brightest star in the sky I claim it must be you! For you are a star with the power to put a twinkle in our lives...
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Steppin’ Out Dance Center Parents: Romie & Shifawn Youngpeter Jeff Bacome Grandparents: Pat and Shelly Washam Dan & Karen Youngpeter, Tom & Kathy Bacome, John & Jackie Caprella Great Grandparents: Lee Martz, Catherine Hammons, Dick Youngpetyer, Bill & Mary Bacome, Jack & Rose Young

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AS ALWAYS ... THE FAMOUS TAVERN FRIED CHICKEN IS AVAILABLE
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