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50¢ daily Wednesday, May 19, 2010 Delphos, Ohio

Upfront Elida’s new school

Relay cut-a-thon sees wind damage
Hair salon sets

from Friday’s storm

The Finishing Touch at
302 Kiracofe in Elida will
hold a cut-a-thon from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
The haircuts-only event
will be for walk-ins. BY STACY TAFF Honor E status all four years, Appreciation Day, which was
All money ben- The Delphos Herald and three receiving WBL All May 3.
efits the Delphos and staff@delphosherald.com Academic certificates. Also approved during the
Lima Relay for Life. Students of the month meeting were the follow-
Wind farm bill ELIDA — During the
Elida Local Schools Board
for May were as follows:
Elida Elementary — Haley
ing extended-day contracts
for the 2010/2011 school
passes in Senate of Education regular meeting
Tuesday, Superintendent Don
Koenig, Logan Orians,
Madison Murphy; Elida
year: Carol Blymyer - dis-
trict nurse, 10 days; Allen
Mike Ford photo
COLUMBUS — The Diglia gave an update on the Middle — Paige Askins, Clum - EHS guidance coun-
Ohio Senate passed a bill building project. Hannah Hartzler, Shareen selor, 20 days; Yvonne Dix Suzann Bauman, an intervention specialist at Jefferson
“We continue to be on Jenkins; Elida High valedic- - nurse’s aide, 5 days; Carol Middle School, will retire at the end of this school year.

Bauman to retire
Tuesday that will amend
the state’s tax code to allow schedule and within our bud- torians — Katelyn Anderson, Gibson - district librarian, 10
wind farm operators to pay get but we’ve still got two Danielle DeBlasis, Shelby days; Jessica Hays - school
$7,000 per megawatt in state more things that need to be Troyer, Elizabeth Ulrich; social worker, 5 days; Allison
taxes. Local communities bid out this summer and those and Elida High salutatorians Jones - school social worker,
teed up to host Ohio’s seven are the technology and the — Anique Conley, Jacinda 5 days; Robert Kiracofe - BY MIKE FORD
wind farms under current
development will receive a
furnishings,” he said. “Also,
during the storm we had on
The board took the time
kindergarten principal, 25
days; Marcia Koch - EMS
The Delphos Herald
mford@delphosherald.com “I just like
total of $7.3 million in annual Friday, there was some wind to honor retirees Judith Gale, band director, 15 days; Linda working with
tax revenues, with farmers damage to the structure. Three
walls, each 20 feet tall and
Carol Kiley, David May, Janet
Ottarson, Elizabeth Ross and
Kristoff - EMS guidance
counselor, 10 days; Mariah
DELPHOS — Few pro-
fessions allow a near-daily
the kids; that
receiving annual lease pay-
ments totaling $9.3 million. 50 feet long, were knocked Sandy Schwartzengraber for Ross - food service super- investment in the communi- has been very
By ensuring a competitive down. We think the wind their many years of service to visor, 3 days; Deb Thomas ty’s future as does teaching. enjoyable. When
blew over one of the walls Elida Schools. - EHS guidance counselor, As veteran educator Suzann
environment for develop-
ment, the legislature can also and knocked one into another. Varsity baseball coach 20 days; Dennis Schwinnen - Bauman retires from the inter- they make correct
secure nearly 1,000 immedi- The third wall seems to have Mark Thompson’s resigna- EHS guidance counselor, 20 vention specialist position choices in their
ate construction and opera-
tions jobs and support Ohio’s
been blown over separately.
This of course sets us back
tion was accepted.
The following sum-
days; and John Stetler - band
director, 15 days.
at Jefferson Middle School,
she does so grateful to have learning or
wind manufacturing base, the a little bit but not too much. mer directors/teachers were The student fee for online invested in her students. in their
fifth-largest in the country. It shouldn’t take us long to
make up that time.”
approved during the meet-
ing: Melissa Bennett -
health classes was approved at
$130 per student and $1,500
“I just like working with
the kids; that has been very
The bill passed with large
bipartisan support, 28-4. Diglia also brought to the Co-director/teacher, Kathy per session for instructors. enjoyable. When they make with other
board’s attention the need to Neil - Co-director/teacher Also, a one-time pay-to-par- correct choices in their learn- students, that’s
make a decision on what to and teachers Cindy Hight, ticipate fee was approved at ing or in their relationships
do with the dirt left over from Patti Camper, Janice Adams, $70 for high school students with other students, that’s rewarding to me.
the site excavation. Kimberly Howard, Jessica and $60 for middle school rewarding to me. When I see When I see them
Elida names changes in
“The plan was to cre-
ate some kind of landscape
Pseekos, Brady Overholt and
Jen Olson.
students. This fee allows the
students to participate in any
them grow up to be contribut-
ing members of society, that’s grow up to be
The Elida Board of mound but what started as a The following personnel activities they desire through- rewarding to me,” she said. contributing
Education approved the hir- mound is now practically a
ski mountain,” Diglia said.
were approved for employ-
ment as well: Administrative
out the year.
Two trips were approved.
After graduating from
Bluffton College in 1971,
members of
ing of Deb Stetler as its new
girls basketball coach, replac- “So we’ll need to figure out — Dave Evans, athletic One for Quinn Whittaker Bauman began her career at society, that’s
ing the resigned Steve Fersch, what to do with that.” director, effective June 6; to take students to Italy and Leipsic. She worked “in the rewarding to me.”
and Dave Evans as the new High School Principal Supplemental — Deb Stetler, Greece June 13-22, 2011, and resource room” with spe-
athletic director, replacing Sarah Burden announced head girls basketball coach; another for Kecia Stockwell to cial students for three years — Suzann Bauman,
the retiring Dave May, at Elida would have 162 gradu- and Brady Overholt, seventh- take students to Chicago July before moving to Elida to do Jefferson Middle School
Tuesday’s regular meeting. ates this year, 34 with hon- grade girls softball coach, 2-8, 2011, for the National the same work there for five intervention specialist
ors, 36 members of National spring 2010. FCCLA convention. years.
Stetler is currently the
Honor Society, 26 achieving The board approved a res- Dr. Leahy was approved At that point, her son was
Library/Media Specialist Honor E status (making honor olution for the appreciation as the bus driver physical born. He had medical issues leave, so she worked part-
and an assistant basketball roll three out of four grading of bus drivers for the occa- physician for the 2010-11 and she was unable to return
coach at Lincolnview High periods), 11 who achieved sion of School Bus Driver school year. to Elida after her maternity See RETIRE, page 2
School. She has many years
of basketball coaching
experience at many levels Voters back anti-DC,
at Lincolnview (1984-87,
1994-2007, 2008-10).
Evans is teaching PE at
Lincolnview Local Schools,
where he is also the assis- By LIZ SIDOTI nessman Tim Burns. Oregon
The Associated Press also held its primary; there
tant AD and head softball
were no surprises.
coach. He has been the WASHINGTON — With Perhaps indicating that
head coach of seven dif- the electorate’s intense anger voters were expressing their
ferent varsity sports. reverberating across the frustrations at the ballot box,
country, this is all but cer- turnout appeared to be up
Legion try-outs slated tain: It’s an anti-Washington, in Pennsylvania, Arkansas
American Legion Baseball anti-establishment year. And and Kentucky from the most
will be holding try-outs for candidates with ties to either recent previous statewide pri-
this year’s team from noon to better beware. mary elections.
3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Any doubt about just how The tone for the party-
at Smiley Park in Van Wert. toxic the political environ- nominating season was set
If any questions or if you ment is for congressional on the busiest primary night
cannot make it to either date, incumbents and candidates of the year and as more con-
please contact Coach Eric hand-picked by national tests loomed large, particu-
Putman at (419) 203-7256. Republican and Democratic larly among Republicans. But
leaders disappeared late it’s difficult to say whether
Jefferson slates football Tuesday, when voters fired this early season trend will
camp Democratic Sen. Arlen hold true during the general
Camp dates for the Specter in Pennsylvania, election; much could change
Jefferson Youth Football forced Democratic Sen. between now and November,
Camp for grades 3-8 (based Blanche Lincoln into a run- especially given the uncer- Photos submitted

on 2010-11 school year)

will be June 9-11. Cost is
off in Arkansas and chose
tea party darling Rand Paul
tainty of economic recovery
after the worst recession in First Assembly ‘Ladies Victorian Tea’
to be the GOP nominee in generations and an unem- Nearly 100 ladies attended the annual “Ladies Victorian Tea” at Delphos First
$20 and each camper will Kentucky’s Senate race. ployment rate hovering at 10 Assembly of God recently. Above: Chrissy Latstetter and her daughter, Jaynah, from
receive a camp shirt. “People just aren’t very percent. Flushing, Mich., enjoy tea and treats. Below: Guests enjoyed tea, a light meal and fel-
Contact Bub Lindeman happy,” Ira Robbins, 61, said Tuesday’s primaries lowship and dressing up for the occasion.
at (419) 236-8152. in Allentown, Pa. came a little less than five
With anyone linked to months before the midterm
Forecast power, it seems. elections. President Barack
Mostly sunny Taken together, the out- Obama backed incumbents in
Thursday; comes of primaries in his party’s races, but despite
high in upper Pennsylvania, Arkansas the stakes for his legislative
70s. See and Kentucky — follow- agenda the White House
page 2. ing voter rejections of GOP insisted he was not follow-
Sen. Bob Bennett of Utah ing the results very closely.
Index and Democratic Rep. Alan He had worked to elect both
Mollohan in West Virginia Specter and Lincoln, and the
Obituaries 2 — provided further evidence outcomes stoked questions
State/Local 3 that voters are in the mood to about the scope of his clout.
Politics 4 choose outsiders over insid- In the past six months, Obama
Community 5 ers. has watched candidates for
Sports 6-7 An exception was the race whom he campaigned in
Classifieds 8 to fill a vacant House seat Virginia, New Jersey and
TV 9 in a conservative-leaning Massachusetts lose.
World News 10 Pennsylvania congressional In Pennsylvania, Specter,
district; voters elected the seeking his sixth term and
late Democratic Rep. John first as a Democrat, lost to
Murtha’s one-time aide, Mark
Critz, over Republican busi- See PRIMARY, page 2
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Retire OBITUARIES The Daily
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time with the Lima City

which violence is shows as the
solution to problems. The cul-
ture is more violent and family
Herald Vol. 140 No. 285
School District’s home-bound structures have changed. It used Nancy Spencer, editor
institute. She tutored one stu- to be that parents were home but Ray Geary, business manager
dent with muscular dystrophy now, they both work and some Don Hemple,
and another who was recover- work off-shifts. That’s stressful advertising manager
ing from a brain tumor. to them and to the children,” Tiffany Brantley,
After three years, she stopped she said. circulation manager
teaching altogether and started Not only have families William Kohl, general manager/
Eagle Print
Crime Victim Services in Allen changed since the early 1970s,
County. government’s approach toward The Daily Herald (USPS 1525
“I got involved with the education has also changed. 8000) is published daily except
criminal justice system when a Bauman believes much of what Sundays and Holidays.
friend’s son was arrested. I start- government does is not helpful. By carrier in Delphos and
ed volunteering at the Oakwood “The government is trying to area towns, or by rural motor
route where available $2.09 per
Forensics Center but when my make us better teachers but the
week. By mail in Allen, Van
son started first grade, I decided bad teachers are still bad and
I wanted to teach again,” she the good teachers have to spend Mary L. Beerman Richard L. Kimmel Regina M. Knippen Wert, or Putnam County, $105
per year. Outside these counties
said. their time on paperwork instead May 27, 1912 - May 17, 2010 July 2, 1918 - May 17, 2010 $119 per year.
That is when the Continental of actually teaching,” she said. Mary L. Beerman, 97, of Feb. 4, 1938 Regina M. Knippen, 91, Entered in the post office
native came to Delphos in “Another thing that has changed Indian Harbour Beach, Fla., May 17, 2010 of Ottoville died 10:55 p.m. in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
1985. is there’s a lot more the kids and formerly of Delphos Monday at The Meadows of Periodicals, postage paid at
“I started in the resource have to learn. They now have and Spencerville, passed Richard L. Kimmel, 72, Kalida. Delphos, Ohio.
room. I also taught sixth-grade to learn things in middle school away peacefully Monday at of Delphos, died at 11 a.m. She was born July 2, 1918, No mail subscriptions will be
science, reading and English for science that I learned in intro- Beachside Assisted Living Monday at the Veterans in Putnam County to John and accepted in towns or villages
10 years. I taught seventh- and ductory college courses. There Facility in Indian Harbour Administration Hospital in Catherine (Hueve) Utendorf. where The Daily Herald paper
eighth-grade science for three is also a lot more testing and Beach. Dayton. On Feb. 24, 1941, she carriers or motor routes provide
years; then came back to the that adds a lot of stress to the She was born May 27, He was born Feb. 4, 1938, married Melitus F. “Jack” daily home delivery for $2.09
in Lima, to Paul and Eulah Knippen, who died Oct. 31,
resource room. They can assign students and the teachers.” 1912, in Billingham, England. per week.
405 North Main St.
you to anywhere you’re certi- She said technology has She and her mother, Margaret (VanSchoyk) Dotson. His 1997. TELEPHONE 695-0015
fied to teach,” she said. also changed education, mak- Sower, immigrated to the mother survives in Lima. Survivors include her chil-
Bauman has noticed signifi- ing research much easier than United States in 1920 and set- dren, Ken (Connie) Knippen Office Hours
He married Barbara (Jones) 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
cant cultural changes during her it was when one was dependent tled in Spencerville. Kimmel in 1955 and she sur- of Ottoville, Ann (Steve) POSTMASTER: Send address
career. Many children still come on the local library. On June 27, 1937, she vives in Delphos. Turnwald of New Haven,
from stable homes but there is Bauman plans to travel more, married Ernest Beerman, who Other survivors are son Ind., and Jean (Mike) Byrne to THE DAILY HERALD,
a lot more “brokenness” than volunteer as a tutor and focus on died in 1979. Richard (Susan) Kimmel of and Jane (John) Schlagbaum 405 N. Main St.
there once was. her 16-month-old granddaugh- Survivors include a daugh- Delphos; daughters Karen of Ottoville; 14 grandchil- Delphos, Ohio 45833
“They have troubled family- ter as the family prepares for ter, Pet Emrick of Indian (Gary) Cooper of Delphos, dren; 24 great-grandchildren;
lives and they watch media in another baby soon to be born. Harbour Beach; a son, Marcia Kimmel of Lima, a sister: Thecla Crawford of Scholars of the Day
Primary Cheryl Ann (Philip) Steele Virginia; and a daughter-in-
Tom (Marilyn) Beerman of
Worthington; four grandchil- of Massachusetts and Lora law: Betty Wannemacher of
dren, Tim (Suzie) Emrick of Redmon of Lima; brother Elida.
(Continued from page 1) Edith Cornelius, 69, said after Van Wert, Dan (Patty) Emrick Larry Kimmel of Lima; and She was preceded in death
voting for Halter near down- of Orlando, Fla., Andy (Thea) nine grandchildren and 10 by a son, Donald Knippen;
two-term Rep. Joe Sestak, town Camden, Ark. But it was Beerman of Park City, Utah, great grandchildren. a great-granddaughter, Myka
who spent three decades in the Lincoln’s experience that drove and Jen (Jon) Bonnice of He was also preceded in Lynn Turnwald; three broth-
Navy before entering politics. W.J. Williams of Little Rock, Oregon; four great-grandchil- death by his brother, Gene; ers, Francis, Edward, and John
Having run as an outsider, 63, to support her, saying, “She dren, Christy Emrick, Leah and two grandchildren. Utendorf; and two sisters: Sr.
Sestak told cheering supporters has been in there a number of Emrick, Ruthie Bonnice and He was retired from the Ann Utendorf, C.P.P.S. and
his triumph marked a “win for years and because of that, she Mariann Bonnice; and the military after 22 years of ser- Mary Kreinbrink.
the people over the establish- is strong.” Love, Devries and Zizzo fam- vice in the United States Army Mrs. Knippen had retired
St. John’s Scholar of the
ment, over the status quo, even The winner of the June 8 ilies, whom Mary was very and Ohio National Guard. He in 1982 from Philips Display Day is Paige
over Washington, D.C.” run-off will face Republican close to. enjoyed his family and riding Components formerly of Lucas.
“This particular race needed Rep. John Boozman, who Mary loved life and her motorcycles. Ottawa. She was a member
new blood,” said Denise Lamar, won the Republican nomina- family. She treasured her Funeral services begin at of Immaculate Conception Congratulations
60. She voted against Specter tion; the race is likely to be many great memories of her 3 p.m. Thursday at Harter Catholic Church, Ottoville, Paige!
and said, “It’s time for him to among the most competitive as 97 years. After her marriage, and Schier Funeral Home, and it’s Rosary Altar Society Jefferson’s Scholar of the
retire.” Republicans try to wrest control Mary moved to Delphos, the Rev. David Howell offi- and a member of Philips
Sestak will face former GOP of the Senate from Democrats. where she lived until 1988. ciating. There will be no Retirees. Day is Katie
Rep. Pat Toomey in the fall Elsewhere, Kentucky She then moved to Florida. burial but military rites will Mass of Christian Burial Caputo.
in what expected to be a hotly Republicans chose Paul — the Over the years, she loved to be performed by the Delphos will begin at 10:30 a.m. Friday Congratulations
contested race. son of Texas Rep. Ron Paul, spend time fishing in Indian Veterans Council at the funer- at Immaculate Conception Katie!
In Arkansas, Lincoln, a mod- whose 2008 presidential can- River, Mich. Until recently, al home. Catholic Church, Ottoville,
Students can pick up their
erate who was first elected in Herald_1.83inx3in
didacy sparked legions of fol- she was an avid writer of let- Preferred memorials are to the Rev. John Stites officiat-
Delphos Page 1 of 1
1998 and is considered among lowers — as their nominee for ters and poems. ing. Burial will follow in St. awards in their school offices.
the Dayton VA hospital.
the most vulnerable Senate the Senate seat being vacated
Democrats this fall, failed to by retiring Republican Sen. Jim
Funeral services will begin
at 4 p.m. Sunday at Harter and
Mary’s Cemetery, Ottoville.
Visitation will be from Police chief says
win the majority of votes. She Bunning. Tea party activists lift- Schier Funeral Home, where L
OTTERY 2-8 p.m. Thursday at Love-
now faces a run-off against Lt. ed Paul to victory over Secretary friends may call for two hours Heitmeyer Funeral Home,
Gov. Bill Halter — who was of State Trey Grayson, who
backed by unions and progres- was the favored candidate of
prior to services.
Preferred memorials are
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There were nine teams at the Delphos Recreation

Center for an evening of fun with the Delphos Area St. John’s
Chamber of Commerce. Co-sponsored by Superior
Federal Credit Union, the bowling event was part of
junior choirs
the chamber’s Business After Hours program. The
winning team who will take home the traveling trophy
offers concert
until next year is Dick Clark Real Estate. Team mem- On Monday after-
bers are, from left, Sandy Fischer, Rob Burgei, Laura noon, St. John’s seventh
Peters and Chuck Peters. The next “After Hours” and eighth-grade choir
event will be held in June. members performed for
students and parents.
The title of the program
Briefs was “S’Cool.” Above:
Performing are, front from
left, Brad Klausing,T.J.
Smoking ban may apply to casinos Hoersten, Zachary Gable,
Jackson Donley and Wes
COLUMBUS (AP) — The House and Senate Buettner; and back,
Ohio lawmakers want the bills also agree that a new Logan Hesseling, Brian
state’s four new casinos to be seven-member gaming com- Pohlman, Alex Haunhorst
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Those are some areas of One key difference and performed. The title of
common ground in the sets involves minority hiring the program was “Rock!”
of casino rules proposed by at the casinos. Unlike the Jana Hamilton and Jake
the Ohio House and Senate. Senate bill, the House version Stallkamp had a duet.
House lawmakers introduced requires casino operators to
their bill on Tuesday, a day set diversity goals.
after senators did. The two
chambers planned to hold
separate hearings on their
proposals on today.

Ohio mayor
Marion Township Trustees LAYMAN
resigns over
The Marion Township
Trustees held their regu-
lar scheduled meeting on
Reconciliation statement
and the April Fund Status
Report for their review
Study that was done and
recommended the trust-
ees attend this.
police trysts
May 10 at the Marion
Township Office with the
and signature.
Police Chief Vermillion
There being no fur-
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her affair with a city police Howard Violet and Jerry cerning the Centralized Trustee Violet and passed
officer who allegedly visited Gilden. Dispatch Feasibility unanimously.
her home repeatedly while on The purpose of the
meeting was to pay bills
duty. 36 Years Christine Gaynier, M.D.
Amy Brewer resigned
Tuesday night as mayor of
Milford, a small city just east
and conduct ongoing
business. The minutes
of the previous meeting
of reliable
local service
were read and approved is pleased to announce her new
of Cincinnati. But she said she
will complete her city council as read. The trust- office location for the practice of
term that expires in 2014. ees then reviewed the
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POLITICS “If every nation gets the government it deserves, every generation writes the
history which corresponds with its view of the world.”
— Elizabeth Janeway, American writer and critic (1913-2005)

Indiana Republican
admits affair, resigns
By TOM DAVIES and in his district. Boehner spokesman
DEANNA MARTIN “I am so ashamed to have Michael Steel said the minor-
The Associated Press hurt the ones I love,” he said ity leader “has been perfectly
as he battled tears. “I am sorry clear that he will hold our
INDIANAPOLIS — to have let so many friends members to the highest ethi-
Republicans are scrambling to down, people who have cal standards.”
hold onto Rep. Mark Souder’s worked so hard for me.” Rumors of Souder’s infidel-
seat following the evangelical As a lawmaker, Souder ity circulated in the northeast-
Christian’s decision to resign was best known for his work ern Indiana district for months.
over an extramarital affair on drug enforcement issues Opponents reported receiving
with a staffer. and his opposition to online anonymous calls days before
Gov. Mitch Daniels has gambling. Throughout his the May 4 primary with allega-
said he will call a special elec- time in Congress, he made tions of the affair.
tion this summer to determine evangelical Christianity a cen- Souder’s fellow
who will serve the remain- terpiece of his public persona. Republicans in northeastern
der of Souder’s eighth term He said after a 2008 hearing Indiana wasted little time in
— just two weeks after he on abstinence-only education jockeying to replace him. State
won a bruising primary in the that the only fully reliable Sen. Marlin Stutzman, a tea

One Year Ago

worried about Republican-leaning district.
Souder’s revelation
way young people can protect
themselves from pregnancy
party favorite who finished
second in the GOP primary for
Tuesday of the affair follows and STDs is by “abstaining U.S. Senate two weeks ago,
• Delphos Rotary Club members recently donated $3,000
to the Garfield Park Shelterhouse Project spearheaded by the Elena Kagan the resignation of Democratic
Rep. Eric Massa of New York
from sex until in a committed,
faithful relationship.”
said he would announce within
days whether he’s running.
Marbletown Festival Committee. Bob Ulm said the structure
will be identical to the one at Suever Park off South Bredeick WASHINGTON (AP) — in March amid an investiga- Souder had been counted Allen County GOP
Street. Ulm said the construction should be complete by the end A senior House Democrat tion into whether he sexu- on by Republican leaders to Chairman Steve Shine had a
of June, in time for the annual Marbletown Festival Aug. 1. said Tuesday that senators ally harassed male staffers win re-election, even though list of potential candidates,
should fully question Supreme and admissions of extramari- he was to face the Democratic including the two Republicans
25 Years Ago — 1985 Court nominee Elena Kagan tal affairs by South Carolina candidate who four years ago Souder defeated in the pri-
• The president of Elida Local Board of Education Tom E. to make sure she supports Gov. Mark Sanford and gave him his toughest chal- mary — Bob Thomas and
Miller, will present diplomas to 204 graduating seniors June 1 abortion rights, in light of her Nevada Sen. John Ensign — lenge since he was first elect- Phil Troyer — as well as state
in the Kraft Memorial Stadium. Participating in the graduation previous backing for limiting both Republicans who have ed in 1994. Rep. Randy Borror of Fort
program will be seniors Jamie Kenniv, Lisa Staup, Jeff Kazee, late-term abortions. held onto their offices. Souder’s staff contacted Wayne and Fort Wayne City
Sara Muhler, Stacy Crew, Brad Eagy, valedictorian Bill Curry; In a letter to the Senate The confession by Souder the staff of House Minority Councilwoman Liz Brown.
salutatorian Carol Good; and Class President Tonya Hennon. Judiciary Committee, Rep. — an evangelical Christian Leader John Boehner, R-Ohio, Shine said he hasn’t talked
• John Marsh was one of 12 persons who received dis- Louise Slaughter of New who promoted abstinence on Sunday to alert them to the to Stutzman about a possible
tinguished law alumni awards at Ohio Northern University. York said she views as “trou- education and was known for situation. Boehner spoke on run but received several calls
Marsh completed more than 50 years of law practice. He is bling” a 1997 memo Kagan his outspoken views on reli- the phone with Souder on from supporters saying he
associated with Marsh, Metzner and Minzing Law Firm, 302 wrote urging then-President gion — stunned some voters Monday. would make a good candidate.
W. First St. and is semi-retired.
Obama visits Ohio, points finger at GOP
Bill Clinton to back all abor-
• Nineteen students of Jeanne Clark’s art classes at Jefferson tions of viable fetuses except
High School were given 23 ribbons in the recent annual art when the physical health of
show held at the Lima Mall. Winning blue ribbons were Tracy the mother was at risk. By ERICA WERNER wouldn’t exist.” Still, he tried to keep spir-
Stant for a pen and ink, Eric Carder for a print, Lisa Martin for Slaughter, the co-chair The Associated Press Republicans have opposed its up for employees at V&M
ink, Michelle Mueller for ink drawing, Michelle Newland for of the House Pro-Choice the steep cost of Obama’s STAR, a place he said is
silk screen, April Rayman for water color, Karen Hemker for Caucus, wrote that the lack of YOUNGSTOWN — plans and criticized the pace benefiting directly from his
linoleum print and Steve Adams for tempera. a judicial record for Kagan, Lumping Republicans togeth- of the promised recovery, economic policies.
50 Years Ago — 1960 who has never been a judge, er as the “just say no” crowd, particularly on the key mea- The parent company
• Approximately 100 persons attended the special Eastern makes it imperative that the President Barack Obama sure of jobs. of the V&M is spending
Star Evening Service at Morris Chapel Methodist Church, committee scrutinize her challenged his critics on His comments came on a $650 million to build a 1
southeast of Delphos. Dr. Walter Marks, pastor of the Delphos abortion views. Tuesday to explain why they day of closely watched pri- million-square-foot mill in
Evangelic United Brethren Church, gave the invocation fol- Kagan, President Barack oppose his steps to fix the mary elections in Kentucky, Youngstown now that the
lowed by a special presentation by a sextet from the Trinity Obama’s choice to succeed economy. Said Obama: “Tell Pennsylvania and Arkansas, nearby Norfolk Southern rail-
Methodist Church of Delphos. Members of the sextet were retiring Justice John Paul us why doing nothing would which shaped up as a referen- road is building a spur, thanks
Mrs. M. Beerman, Mrs. A. Williams, Mrs. D. Cunningham, Stevens, was a domestic pol- be better for America.” dum on incumbent Democrats to money from last year’s
Carrie Brenneman, Sharon Shaw and Sharon Baumgartner. icy adviser to Clinton when In the latest campaign stop — and to a degree the presi- stimulus act. To applause
They were accompanied by Mrs. Burt Mason. April Mewhorter she wrote the memo Slaughter for his economic agenda, dent. from the assembled work-
sang a solo after which a special selection was presented cited. That memo is part of this one in struggling Ohio, Two Democratic senators ers, Obama said it would be
by a trio consisting of Helen Maloney, Doris Kerslake and a trove of documents, most Obama took concerted swipes backed by Obama — Arlen the biggest industrial plant
Helen Jenkins. Their accompanist was Marjorie Patton. Dick of them unreleased, at the at what he called the “uni- Specter of Pennsylvania and built in the region since a
Thompson served as song leader and ushers included William Clinton presidential library in fied, determined opposition Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas GM plant went up in nearby
Heidelbaugh, Richard Thompson and Roscoe Thompson. of one party.” He said it’s not — faced stiff challenges Lordstown in the 1960s.
Little Rock, Ark. too late for bipartisanship, from fellow Democrats who Overall, the U.S. economy
In the 1997 memo, Kagan even as he criticized those he argued the senators were not grew at an annual rate of
75 Years Ago — 1935 urged Clinton to support a
• Sheriff R.B. Stevens of Van Wert County, along with offi- ban on late-term abortions, said were badmouthing his sufficiently loyal to party pri- 3.2 percent in the first three
cers of the law of Paulding County, conducted an investigation a political compromise that efforts. orities. Specter was defeated months of this year. In April,
of a series of thefts of milk cows from farms in Van Wert and put the administration at odds “If the just-say-no crowd while Lincoln was forced into payroll jobs grew by 290,000,
Paulding counties. The cattle thieves raided the farm of Jesse had won out — if we had a runoff against Lt. Gov. Bill the most in four years. The
with abortion rights groups. done things the way they Halter for her party’s nomi- unemployment rate actually
Piehl in Union Township and stole a fine grade cow, carting
the animal away in a stock trailer. Kagan and her boss, Bruce wanted to go — we’d be in a nation. rose to 9.9 percent. But that
• A memorial service will be conducted at the Presbyterian Reed, told the president deeper world of hurt,” Obama The president is on a drive was seen by some analysts
church with the Rev. J. Clement Berry in charge. The American that he should support the said, in the swing state of to show people that the coun- as a positive sign, attribut-
Legion, the Knights of Pythias, the Legion Auxiliary and the ban because it might help Ohio. Unemployment there try’s economy is getting bet- ed to more people starting
Pythian Sisters have accepted invitations to attend this service. him avoid even stricter lan- is close to 11 percent, above ter, even as their individual or resuming job searches,
It is announced that the American Legion and Knights of guage from a Republican-led the already-high nationwide situations may not be yet. He because they’re feeling more
Pythias will meet at their rooms and will march to the church Congress. Clinton supported average of nearly 10 percent. got out of Washington and optimistic about the job mar-
for the service. They will be joined at the church by members it, but the proposal ultimately The president came to donned a hard hat, goggles ket.
of the Legion Auxiliary and members of the Pythian Sisters. failed and Clinton vetoed a explain and defend economic and a fire-retardant jacket Obama tried to blame
• The members of the Jolly Birthday Club were entertained stricter Republican ban. stimulus spending, and mea- while touring a hot, noisy Republicans for slowing the
at the home of Mrs. Barney Eickholt, West First Street. In Slaughter raised her con- sures like tax credits and plant where metal piping was recovery with their opposi-
bunco, Mrs. L.C. Fridley was high, Mrs. A.M. Knepper, sec- cerns as the White House extended unemployment ben- being manufactured. tion. “For all the things we’ve
ond, and Ella Hampton, low. The hostess served a luncheon. delivered to Capitol Hill efits he’d championed with He acknowledged that gotten done despite the uni-
The next meeting will be held in two weeks with Mary Swift, Kagan’s lengthy response mostly Democratic support some may not be impressed fied, determined opposition
West Third Street. to a Judiciary Committee in Congress. Without those by a president swooping into of one party, imagine how
questionnaire, including car- measures, he said, “the steady town, when all they want much farther we could have
progress we are beginning to see is a headline saying: gotten if I’d gotten a little
tons of new documents
from her past that could shed to see across America just “You’re hired.” help,” he said.
light on her views and legal
The Delphos Herald welcomes letters to the editor. Letters approach. Immigration central to Obama-Calderon meetings
should be no more than 400 words. The newspaper reserves the In the papers, Kagan WASHINGTON (AP) — his meetings with Calderon. country in December 2006
right to edit content for length, clarity and grammar. Letters con- reveals that Obama’s team Propelled by a new Arizona The official also said in an offensive against drug
cerning private matters will not be published. first contacted her about serv- law, debate over immigration the administration plans to traffickers.
Failure to supply a full name, home address and daytime phone ing on the Supreme Court reform will take center stage address security along the The U.S. has been a strong
number will slow the verification process and delay publication. more than a month before when President Barack Obama U.S.-Mexico border and build supporter of the offensive, pro-
Letters can be mailed to The Delphos Herald, 405 N. Main Stevens announced his intent
St., Delphos, Ohio 45833, faxed to 419-692-7704 or e-mailed to to retire. Vice President Joe welcomes Mexico’s Felipe on work done this year to viding training and equipment
nspencer@delphosherald.com. Authors should clearly state they Calderon to the White House open new border crossings under the $1.3 billion Merida
want the message published as a letter to the editor. Anonymous
Biden was arranging his first and could overshadow the drug and invest in the moderniza- Initiative. The Obama admin-
letters will not be printed. job interview with Kagan wars as the prime topic in talks tion of existing crossings. The istration has earned praise
for the post two days before between the two countries for official spoke on condition of from Mexico for repeatedly

Moderately confused
Stevens went public with his the first time in years. anonymity in order to speak acknowledging that U.S. drug
plans. While immigration long freely ahead of the meetings. consumption is a large part of
The documents offer an has been a source of tension, The two leaders planned a the problem.
extraordinarily detailed pic- the controversial Arizona law joint news conference in the Other issues expected to be
ture of Kagan, from articles threatens to add strain to U.S.- White House Rose Garden on on the agenda include:
she wrote as an undergradu- Mexican relations. Calderon today afternoon followed by a — Climate change.
ate for Princeton University’s has condemned Arizona’s law, formal dinner for 200 guests Calderon has worked to make
campus newspaper to her which makes it a crime under in the evening — Obama’s Mexico a global leader on
finances. state law to be in the country second state dinner. the issue. His country hosts
But lawmakers in both illegally. Obama has called Obama and Calderon have the next round of interna-
parties are focusing instead the law “misguided” and met nearly a dozen times since tional climate negotiations in
on the Clinton-era papers as asked the Justice Department Obama took office, includ- December in Cancun.
the key to revealing what to review it. ing a meeting in April 2009 — The economy. The
kind of justice Kagan would Facing pressure from law- in Mexico City and a North White House expects both
be. Some 160,000 pages from makers at home, Calderon has American leaders’ summit sides to come away from
her time as a domestic policy vowed to push for immigra- in Guadalajara in August. today’s meetings with a num-
adviser and associate White tion reform during his trip to First lady Michelle Obama ber of concrete announce-
Washington. His government also has formed a friendship ments about the ways in
House counsel are expected has issued a travel warning with Mexico’s first lady, which both governments can
to be released by the Clinton for Arizona, warning that Margarita Zavala, who visited work together to enhance eco-
library in the coming weeks. Mexicans face an adverse the White House in February. nomic competitiveness.
Without those docu- political environment there. Mrs. Obama visited Zavala — Cross-boarder trucking.
ments, lawmakers say they Obama has promised to in Mexico City last month on Calderon is likely to raise the
have few clues about what start work on an immigration her first solo trip abroad as issue of Mexican trucks being
Kagan’s judicial style would overhaul, but he’s also warned first lady. denied access to the United
be, given her limited court- that Congress may not have Obama and Calderon are States as a violation of the
room experience. The former the appetite to take on the also expected to discuss drug North American Free Trade
Harvard Law School dean, sensitive issue this year. A violence that has affected Agreement. The administra-
50, stepped aside Monday senior administration official both sides of the border. More tion official said Obama will
from her job as solicitor gen- said Tuesday that the presi- than 22,700 people have been reaffirm his commitment to
eral, where she represented dent will reiterate his com- killed since Calderon deployed working with Calderon and
the Obama administration mitment to fixing the nation’s tens of thousands of troops Congress to address the con-
before the Supreme Court. immigration system during and federal police across the cerns.
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EVENTS the 20 years since
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(Jimmie Johnson) 500, Hampton, Ga.
Feb. 28 — Shelby American, Sep. 11 — Richmond 400, stars not realizing or recognizing that do enjoy watching here and there. Still,
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(Kurt Busch) Loudon, N.H. sport would not be in the position it is They all claimed to have had other baseball if NOT tradition? — mean to
March 21 — Food City 500, Sep. 26 — AAA 400, Dover, in today. commitments last week but it’s not as them, that without the stars from yes-
Bristol, Tenn. (Jimmie Johnson) Del.
March 28 — Goody’s Fast Oct. 3 — Price Chopper 400, We all bemoan how today’s base- if they had no advance warning that teryear, today’s stars wouldn’t be what
Pain Relief 500, Martinsville, Va. Kansas City, Kan. ball/basketball/football — put in your this — the opening and the induction they are.
(Denny Hamlin) Oct. 10 — Pepsi Max 400, own sport — stars seem to not give a ceremony, especially considering that I have never heard of Craig
April 10 — Subway Fresh Fontana, Calif. rat’s rear end for those that have gone Junior’s father is in the first class — Daliessio.
Fit 600, Avondale, Ariz. (Ryan Oct. 16 — NASCAR Banking was happening. NASCAR does have
Newman) 500, Concord, N.C. before. Somehow, Marissa Eigenbrood has
April 18 — Samsung Mobile Oct. 24 — TUMS Fast Relief They seemingly — and I reiterate a busy schedule and there are commit- heard about me! I feel honored!
500, Fort Worth, Texas (Denny 500, Martinsville, Va. that word, seemingly — think that the ments that come with being an icon — She works with Smith Publicity and
Hamlin) Oct. 31 — AMP Energy 500, foundations for their success today (read you try to give them the benefit of the is promoting this man’s book, “Harry
April 25 — Aaron’s 499, Talladega, Ala. money and fame) were somehow laid doubt because of a rare Sunday off — Kalas Saved My Life! Striking Out,
Talladega, Ala. (Kevin Harvick) Nov. 7 — Lone Star 500, Fort
May 1 — Heath Calhoun 400, Worth, Texas by them and not those that played and but at the same time, NASCAR officials Bouncing Back and Living with High
Richmond, Va. (Kyle Busch) Nov. 14 — Arizona 500, worked before. made this whole week “All-Star Week”, Hopes.”
May 8 — Southern 500, Avondale, Ariz. Could the game of baseball be what with several events going on for drivers Daliessio describes himself as a
Darlington, S.C. (Denny Hamlin) Nov. 21 — Ford 400, it is today — the National Pastime — to pick from. prototypical Philadelphia sports fan
May 16 — Autism Speaks Homestead, Fla. without The Babe, The Georgia Peach, The King noticed and made no bones that stands by his team, no matter
400, Dover, Del. (Kyle Busch) x-non-points race
Saturday — x-Sprint ——— The Iron Horse and the like? about his displeasure that those men what.
Showdown, Concord, N.C. 2010 Driver Standings Same thing with football — think were absent. In this case, he is a Phillies’ fan
Saturday — x-NASCAR 1. Kevin Harvick, 1,768 Red Grange, Bronco Nagurski and This hall is, by the estimation of through and through, even after they
Sprint All-Star Race, Concord, 2. Kyle Busch, 1,699 all those retired guys that right now many fans and drivers, long overdue. set a major-league baseball record with
N.C. 3. Matt Kenseth, 1,642 When you think from whence the sport
May 30 — Coca-Cola 600, 4. Jimmie Johnson, 1,637 are struggling; or basketball — Wilt, their 10,000th loss in 2007.
Concord, N.C. 5. Denny Hamlin, 1,618 Kareem and Russell leap to mind. of NASCAR came from to now, it’s a He describes a fan who also fell apart
June 6 — Gillette Fusion 6. Jeff Gordon, 1,605 The King and Junior will officially big deal and one to be celebrated and in his personal life: from a successful
ProGlide 500, Long Pond, Pa. 7. Greg Biffle, 1,581 go into the new NASCAR Hall — the recognized. mortgage banker and happy family man
June 13 — Heluva Good! 8. Jeff Burton, 1,569 only surviving members of the inau- Those five men that are the first class to a jobless, homeless divorcee.
Sour Cream Dips 400, Brooklyn, 9. Kurt Busch, 1,531 are the ones that helped put this sport on
Mich. 10. Carl Edwards, 1,487 gural class of five that included the He credits Kalas, the long-time
June 20 — Toyota/Save Mart 11. Mark Martin, 1,475 Intimidator, Dale Earnhardt Sr., along the map. Phillies radio announcer, along with
350, Sonoma, Calif. 12. Martin Truex Jr., 1,434 with NASCAR founders Bill France They deserved to have those four perhaps a divine sports intervention,
June 27 — Lenox Industrial 13. Ryan Newman, 1,404 Senior and Junior — this Sunday and guys — along with any other of today’s when he called the final out for the
Tools 301, Loudon, N.H. 14. Tony Stewart, 1,397 the major stars that were absent last racers that saw fit not to be there — team’s World Series title in 2008, for
July 3 — Coke Zero 400 15. Clint Bowyer, 1,392
Powered By Coca-Cola, Daytona 16. Dale Earnhardt Jr., 1,391 weekend: Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt there for both the opening and the reigniting his high hopes and resurrect-
Beach, Fla. 17. Jamie McMurray, 1,346 Jr. and Jimmie Johnson; are telling induction ceremony; it’s celebrating ing his life.
July 10 — LifeLock.com 400, 18. Joey Logano, 1,332 people they will be there. Tony Stewart, them as well. Could be an interesting read.
Joliet, Ill. 19. Juan Pablo Montoya, 1,322
July 25 — Brickyard 400, 20. David Reutimann, 1,262


Indians for 6th win
By FRED GOODALL and two hits over the last three
The Associated Press
MIAMI — Brian Barden
drove in two runs while replac-
sailed into Cabrera and got by 1B
Ike Davis.
Clevlen came in with the win-
ning run while the ball sailed down
three runs and seven hits over
six innings, striking out two and
walking one. The victory was the
14th in 17 games for the Dodgers,
home runs this season.
Marcum (3-1) won his third
straight decision, allowing one run
and five hits in seven innings.
ing benched star Hanley Ramirez, the right-field line, making a winner who placed Ethier on the 15-day Carl Pavano (4-4) was pound-
The Associated Press innings. helping ace Josh Johnson and the of Billy Wagner (3-0). DL because of a fractured right ed for six runs and 10 hits in four
Cleveland SS Jason Donald Florida Marlins beat the Arizona Cardinals 3, Nationals 2 pinky he sustained four days ear- innings. He has a 6.21 ERA in 10
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. went 2-for-3 with a walk and Diamondbacks
8-0 ST. LOUIS — Ryan
Ludwick homered to
lier while taking swings in the
indoor batting cage at San Diego’s
career games against Toronto.
Encarnacion had been out
— Baseball’s best record in scored a run in his major- Ramirez, a 2-time snap an eighth-inning tie Petco Park. since April 15 because of a sore
hand, the Tampa Bay Rays league debut, filling in for All-Star shortstop and and reward a resource- Bud Norris (2-5) gave up six right shoulder. Back in the lineup,
are looking forward to their the injured Asdrubal Cabrera. the reigning NL bat- ful performance by runs, seven hits and three walks he started the homer barrage with
ting champion, sat a Chris Carpenter in the over 4 1/3 innings in his first a 2-run shot in the second.
next challenge. Shin-Soo Choo and day after being pulled Cardinals’ victory over career appearance against the White Sox 6, Tigers 2
The AL East lead- Matt LaPorta had the by manager Fredi the skidding Nationals. Dodgers. DETROIT — Juan Pierre’s
ers begin a 2-game other hits off Price, Gonzalez for failing to hustle. Ludwick hit his sixth homer on ---- 2-run double and run-saving
series tonight at who walked three and Ramirez, who said he wasn’t loaf-
ing, sniped at his manager and
a 1-1 delivery from Tyler Clippard
(7-3), one pitch after the reliever
Rangers 8, Angels 7
catch in the fourth inning helped
the Chicago White Sox beat the
Yankee Stadium, struck out five. teammates in pregame remarks. picked off pinch-runner Brendan ARLINGTON, Texas — Detroit Tigers.
where they’re like- The Indians put men Minus their highest-paid play- Ryan at first. Ryan Franklin worked Michael Young had three hits and Freddy Garcia (3-2) gave up
ly to field plenty on base in each of the er, the Marlins did fine for a day. the ninth for his ninth save in 10 three RBIs, including a tie-breaking two runs over six innings, going
Johnson (4-1) pitched 2-hit ball for chances. single that sent AL West-leading five starts without a loss for the
of questions about first six innings. But seven innings, Cameron Maybin Carpenter (5-1) had only one Texas to a 3-game sweep of Los first time since the end of the 2006
whether their fran- they went 0-for-6 with and Dan Uggla had back-to-back perfect inning and allowed his sev- Angeles in their first matchup this season.
chise-best 28-11 start is for runners in scoring position home runs and Barden neatly filled enth homer in nine starts, matching season. Rick Porcello (3-4) allowed
real. against Price, with Choo driv- in.
Johnson improved to 3-1 with a
the total he yielded last season.
Cubs 6, Rockies 2
Elvis Andrus doubled in the
sixth inning off Trevor Bell (1-1) for
four runs on eight hits in seven
New York entered play ing home Donald from third 1.00 ERA lifetime against Arizona. CHICAGO — Carlos Silva his third hit and scored on Young’s Orioles 4, Royals 3, 10
Tuesday with the second-best base by grounding out in the He struck out nine and walked pitched six strong innings to remain bloop to right. innings
mark in the majors and the fifth. two. unbeaten and Chicago overcame Darren O’Day (1-1), the second BALTIMORE — Nick Markakis
Billy Buckner (0-1) made his Todd Helton’s first home run of the of five Rangers relievers, struck singled in the winning run in the
defending World Series cham- Travis Hafner’s RBI dou- season debut after being called up season to beat Colorado. out two in a scoreless inning. 10th inning, giving the Orioles a
pions won 2-of-3 between ble off Grant Balfour trimmed from Triple-A Reno. The 26-year- Tyler Colvin had three hits and Neftali Feliz worked a perfect ninth comeback win over the Royals
the division rivals the open- Cleveland’s deficit to 5-2 in old righty, who is not related to the fellow rookie Starlin Castro drove with two strikeouts for his 11th and split of the 2-game series.
ing week of the season at the eighth. former big-leaguer of the same in two runs for the Cubs, who have save in 13 chances. Luke Scott hit two solo home
name, was effective early before a 3-game winning streak. With the Young, Ian Kinsler and runs and Corey Patterson also
Tropicana Field. The Rays struggled with running into trouble in the fourth. 2-game sweep of the Rockies, Vladimir Guerrero homered for the connected for the Orioles, who
Tuesday, Evan Longoria runners in scoring position, Pirates 2, Phillies 1 Chicago won a series for only the Rangers. Torii Hunter and Juan snapped a 3-game losing streak.
drove in three runs and David too, going 1-for-7 in key PHILADELPHIA — Zach Duke fourth time this year. Rivera each hit a 2-run shot in the Baltimore trailed 3-0 in the fifth
outdueled Roy Halladay with a Silva (5-0) allowed two runs Angels’ 5-run fourth. inning and 3-2 in the eighth.
Price became the AL’s first situations before breaking strong six innings and the Pirates’ and six hits. Ryan Theriot had a Starting pitchers Jered Julio Lugo got Baltimore
6-game winner with a 6-2 through against Huff and bullpen held on for a win over the 2-run single for the Cubs. Weavers and C.J. Wilson both started in the 10th with a 1-out
victory over the Cleveland Ambriz in the sixth. Pinch- Phillies. Rockies starter Jhoulys Chacin allowed seven runs without mak- single off Bryan Bullington (0-1).
A night after the Pirates
Indians. hitter Reid Brignac snapped a gave up 12 runs to the National
(2-2) gave up three runs, five hits
and five walks in 5 2/3 innings.
ing it out of the fifth.
Red Sox 7, Yankees 6
Patterson walked and an error by
1B Billy Butler loaded the bases
Longoria, who has 21 RBIs 1-all tie with an RBI ground- League’s most potent offense, Giants 7, Padres 6, 12 NEW YORK — Jeremy for Markakis, who hit a liner well
in his past 19 games, had a er and Jason Bartlett added Duke (3-4) limited Philadelphia to innings Hermida hit a tie-breaking, 2-run over the head of centerfielder
run-scoring double off David a run-scoring single before one run in six innings. Evan Meek, SAN DIEGO — Matt Downs hit double off Mariano Rivera in the Mitch Maier.
Joel Hanrahan and Octavio Dotel a two-run double in the 12th inning ninth inning and the Red Sox took Alfredo Simon (1-1) pitched
Huff (1-6) in the third and a Longoria’s triple put Tampa retired nine of the final 10 batters. and the Giants held off San Diego, advantage of two late errors to 1 2/3 scoreless innings for the
2-run triple off Hector Ambriz Bay up by four runs. With a perfect ninth inning, beating the first-place Padres for rally from five runs down and beat Orioles, who denied the Royals
that was the biggest blow in a Now it’s on to New York. Dotel recorded his eighth save the first time in eight tries this the Yankees. their first sweep at Camden Yards
in 10 chances and snapped the season.
4-run sixth. The Rays’ start is the best in Phillies’ 4-game winning streak. Brian Wilson gave up a 2-run
New York played the game
under protest after beleaguered
since 1998.
Athletics 6, Mariners 5, 10
Price (6-1) won his fourth the majors through 39 games Halladay (6-2), who leads the double to David Eckstein with two Boston ace Josh Beckett left with innings
straight decision, lowering his since Boston was 28-11 in major leagues in innings pitched, outs in the bottom of the 12th back tightness following Robinson OAKLAND, Calif. — Kurt
ERA to 1.81 and improving 2002. gave up nine hits in his fourth after Chris Denorfia and Yorvit Cano’s 2-run double in the fifth Suzuki’s RBI single with two
complete game of the season. He Torrealba singled. Wilson inten- that made it 5-0. outs in the 10th inning lifted the
to 9-1 over his last 12 starts Notes: Cleveland finished 4-4 walked one and struck out six. tionally walked Adrian Gonzalez An error by rightfielder Marcus Athletics to a victory over the
dating to last season. with series wins over Kansas City Braves 3, Mets 2 before he struck out Chase Thames helped the Red Sox win. Mariners.
The 24-year-old left-hand- and Baltimore on an 8-game road ATLANTA — Pinch-runner Headley for his 10th save in 11 Hermida, a defensive replace- Cliff Pennington drew a 1-out
trip. ... Indians CF Grady Sizemore Brent Clevlen trotted home with chances.
er, the first pick in the 2007 was not in the lineup for the sec- the winning run on a throwing error Downs’ third hit came off rookie
ment, doubled off Rivera (0-1) to
snap a 5-all tie.
walk from Seattle reliever Brandon
League (3-4), advanced to second
draft, held the Indians to an ond straight day because of a by third baseman David Wright in Cesar Ramos (0-1) and scored Papelbon recovered from on Daric Barton’s fly out and took
unearned run and four hits bruised left knee. He’s scheduled the ninth inning as the Braves beat pinch-hitter Ryan Rohlinger and Eli Marco Scutaro’s error at shortstop third on a wild pitch. Suzuki then
for an MRI exam today. ... Acta
before turning over a 5-1 lead said it’s likely Cabrera will need
the Mets.
Brian McCann opened the bot-
Whiteside, who reached on 2-out on Alex Rodriguez’s grounder hit a 1-1 pitch from League up the
singles. Eugenio Velez added an leading off the ninth to finish with middle, just past diving SS Matt
to the bullpen. surgery on his broken left forearm. tom of the ninth with a single to RBI single. his 10th save. Tuiasosopo.
Price is 4-0 with a 1.03 Cabrera, who was placed on the right off Pedro Feliciano (1-2), the Dan Runzler (2-0) pitched a Daniel Bard (1-1) got one out Ryan Sweeney matched his
ERA in his last five starts. 15-day DL, was injured Monday
when he collided with 3B Jhonny
Braves’ first baserunner since the scoreless inning for the win. for the win. career high with four hits, Rajai
third inning. New York pitchers had Dodgers 7, Astros 3 Blue Jays 11, Twins 2
Four relievers combined to Peralta while diving for a ground retired 16 in a row until McCann LOS ANGELES — Manny TORONTO — Edwin
Davis had three hits, including
two infield singles, and Jack Cust
limit the Indians to one run ball. reached. Ramirez, James Loney and Casey Encarnacion came off the DL and drove in his first two runs since
After failing to bunt Clevlen to

Blake each drove in two runs to hit one of Toronto’s four home being called up from the minors as
second, Yunel Escobar wound up help keep the Dodgers’ offense runs and the Blue Jays backed the A’s swept the 2-game series
taking a walk from Jenrry Mejia. humming without the injured Andre Shaun Marcum in a romp over the from Seattle following a season-
Cabrera also failed in two attempts Ethier and Los Angeles extended Minnesota Twins. high 5-game losing streak.
to get down a sacrifice bunt, then its winning streak to nine games Vernon Wells, Aaron Hill and Oakland reliever Craig Breslow
The Associated Press MILWAUKEE BREWERS— hit a high chopper toward Wright. with a victory over the Astros. Lyle Overbay also connected. The (1-1) pitched one scoreless inning
BASEBALL Placed OF Jim Edmonds on the He threw on the run but the ball Hiroki Kuroda (5-1) allowed Blue Jays lead the majors with 65 for the win.
American League 15-day DL. Called up RHP Marco


CLEVELAND INDIANS— Estrada from Nashville (PCL).
Placed SS Asdrubal Cabrera on PITTSBURGH PIRATES—
the 15-day DL. Recalled INF Jason Agreed to terms with RHP Bryan
Donald from Columbus (IL). Almonte, LHP Angel Sanchez,
MINNESOTA TWINS— OF Willy Garcia, RHP Oderman
Recalled RHP Jeff Manship from Rocha, RHP Jose Luis Acosta and The Associated Press season since trailing 3-0 in Halak played the entire been to making the Stanley Cup
Rochester (IL). Optioned INF Matt 1B Jose Roman. PHILADELPHIA — Game 7 against Boston in game after getting yanked in final since getting there in 1992.
The series moves to Chicago
Tolbert to Rochester. BASKETBALL Michael Leighton stopped the East semifinals. Leighton Philadelphia’s 6-0 Game 1 for Game 3 on Friday night. That
NEW YORK YANKEES— National Basketball
Recalled RHP Mark Melancon Association 30 shots and recorded his has been impeccable since win. may not be the best thing for the
from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (IL). CLEVELAND CAVALIERS— second straight shutout and taking over for an injured Blackhawks, who are only 3-3 at
Optioned OF Greg Golson to Exercised the club option on F Philadelphia beat Montreal Brian Boucher in Game 5 of Blackhawks 4, Sharks 2 home this postseason.
Scranton/Wilkes Barre. Leon Powe. SAN JOSE, Calif. — Dustin The Blackhawks are the
TEXAS RANGERS—Assigned FOOTBALL 3-0 on Tuesday night to take the semis. Byfuglien and Jonathan Toews fifth team to win seven straight
1B Ryan Garko outright to National Football League a 2-0 lead in the Eastern Leighton has the Flyers scored on deflections 90 sec- road games in a postseason,
Oklahoma City (PCL).
National League
Signed K Shaun Suisham. Waived
Conference finals. two wins away from their first onds apart in the second period joining Colorado (1999), New
Danny Briere, Simon Stanley Cup finals appear- and Chicago rolled to its record- Jersey (1995) and the New York
ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS— K Leigh Tiffin. tying seventh straight road win in Islanders (1980 and ’82), accord-
Recalled RHP Billy Buckner from NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS— Gagne and Ville Leino scored ance since 1997. The Flyers the playoffs. ing to STATS LLC.
Reno (PCL). Designated RHP
Blaine Boyer for assignment.
Released CB Shawn Springs.
for the Flyers. haven’t won the Stanley Cup Andrew Ladd and Troy Patrick Marleau scored
LOS ANGELES DODGERS— Released QB Mike Reilly. Signed Game 3 is Thursday at since the second of their con- Brouwer also scored and Antti both goals for the Sharks, who
Placed OF Andre Ethier on the WR Marcus Maxwell. Montreal. secutive championships in Niemi made 25 saves for the dropped to 0-5 at home in two
Blackhawks, who have a 2-0 trips to the conference final. San
15-day DL, retroactive to May 15.
Recalled OF Zavier Paul from
Signed DE Carlton Powell.
The Flyers have scored 1975. lead in the conference finals. Jose has lost all seven playoff
Albuquerque (PCL). Released CB Darrell Pasco. 13 straight goals in the post- Montreal goalie Jaroslav This is the closest Chicago has series after falling behind 2-0.
www.delphosherald.com Wednesday, May 19, 2010 The Herald — 7

NBA PLAYOFFS No time to waste: Celtics

take 2-0 lead on Magic
The Associated Press Phoenix at L.A. Lakers, 9 p.m.,
CONFERENCE FINALS L.A. Lakers lead series 1-0
(Best-of-7) Saturday’s Game
Tuesday’s Result Orlando at Boston, 8:30 p.m.
Boston 95, Orlando 92, Boston
leads series 2-0 Sunday’s Game
Today’s Game L.A. Lakers at Phoenix, 8:30 p.m.


By ANTONIO GONZALEZ seasons. their championship form again. “It would have made a big
The Associated Press Age doesn’t seem to matter Garnett and Rondo made difference,” Magic coach Stan
these days for Boston’s vet- consecutive jumpers and after Van Gundy said. “We said in
ORLANDO, Fla. — The erans. Nelson made a layup, Pierce the thing to call a timeout. We
The Associated Press 28. LA Lakers (To Memphis) 57-25 Boston Celtics could have used Rasheed Wallace (35), answered with two free throws didn’t make the right play there
At New York
Thursday, June 24
29. Orlando
a break during parts of the sea-
30. Cleveland (to Washington) 61-21
Kevin Garnett (34), Ray Allen that put Boston ahead by three. at the end.”
First Round SECOND ROUND son with all their injuries. Now (34) and Pierce (32) are back to Carter missed two free Redick took the blame.
No. Team Record (Lottery) 31. New Jersey the last thing they want is time their winning ways. The Celtics throws with 31.9 seconds left “I made a mistake,” he said.
1. Washington 26-56 103 32. Minnesota (To Oklahoma City) off. have won five straight for the that cost Orlando dearly. “I didn’t hear the whistle ini-
2. Philadelphia 27-55 53 33. Sacramento Showing no signs of age, first time since they rolled off “I don’t take losses well,” tially. When I didn’t hear it
3. New Jersey
4. Minnesota
34. Golden State
35. Washington
the revived Celtics took a com- 11 in a row before Christmas. said Carter, Orlando’s big- initially, I just kind of went,
5. Sacramento 25-57 156 36. Detroit manding lead in the Eastern “I think we are becoming gest offseason acquisition. then I realized we should have
6. Golden State 26-56 104 37. Philadelphia (To Milwaukee) Conference finals with a 95-92 the team that started the sea- “Especially when you’re on a called a timeout. So that was
7. Detroit 27-55 53 38. New York victory over the Orlando Magic son,” Rivers said. “The team team like this. They bring me my fault.”
8. LA Clippers 29-53 23 in Game 2 on Tuesday night.
39. LA Clippers (To New York via Denver) that started the season was in to make plays and deliver in The Celtics went ahead by 11
9. Utah (From New York
via Phoenix) 29-53 22
40. Indiana
41. New Orleans (To Miami)
Paul Pierce scored 28 points pretty good.” crunch time. For me to step up in the first quarter. It wasn’t until
10. Indiana 32-50 11 42. Toronto (To Miami) and Rajon Rondo had 25 as Maybe even good enough to there and miss two free throws, backup center Marcin Gortat
11. New Orleans 37-45 8 42. Memphis (To LA Lakers) Boston bullied and bruised its take down the defending con- regardless, this doesn’t sit well and Howard teamed together
12. Memphis 40-42 7 44. Chicago (To Portland) way to a 2-0 series lead on the ference champion Magic. with me.” that Orlando showed any fight.
13. Toronto 40-42 6 45. Houston (To Minnesota) road against a Magic team that Dwight Howard had 30 Two years removed from With the Magic feeling intense
14. Houston 42-40 5 46. Charlotte (To Phoenix) had won 14 straight until this points and Vince Carter and their 17th NBA championship, postseason pressure for the first
15. Chicago (To Milwaukee)
16. Charlotte (To Minn.
41-41 47. Milwaukee
48. Miami
series. J.J. Redick scored 16 apiece for the Celtics, once thought too time this year, Orlando went
via Denver) 44-38 49. San Antonio Now they’ll have to wait the Magic, who overcame an old to contend for another title, on a 16-2 run behind the two
17. Milwaukee (To Chicago) 46-36 50. Oklahoma City (To Dallas) until Saturday for Game 3 in 11-point deficit to take a brief have found their footing. After centers.
18. Miami 47-35 Boston.
51. Portland (To Oklahoma City via Dallas lead in the fourth quarter. ousting LeBron James and the All the pushing and pulling
19. Boston 50-32 and Minnesota) “I wish we could take them Jameer Nelson’s despera- Cleveland Cavaliers, the team would finally spill over.
20. San Antonio
21. Oklahoma City
52. Boston
53. Atlanta
to Alcatraz for four days and tion 3-point attempt was an with the league’s best record, Pierce was knocked in the
22. Portland 50-32 54. Denver (To L.A. Clippers) be on the island by ourselves,” airball at the buzzer, sending Boston is showing no signs of head hard by Howard on a
23. Utah (To Minnesota 55. Utah Celtics coach Doc Rivers said fans to the exits in silence. stopping. layup attempt in the second
via Phila.) 53-29 56. Phoenix (To Minnesota) about his team. “That’s not “I won’t stop believing,” “Just think our mindset was quarter. Pierce got up after
24. Atlanta 53-29 going to happen. Going home,
57. Dallas (pick may be conveyed to Indiana) Howard said. “And I won’t let to be ready for the type of a minute, clearly upset, his
25. Denver (To Memphis)
26. Phoenix(To Oklahoma City)
58. L.A. Lakers
59. Orlando
it’s great in some ways. In a my teammates stop believing.” intensity they would bring after headband twisted to the side.
27. Dallas (To New Jersey) 55-27 60. Cleveland (To Phoenix) lot of ways but in other ways, The Celtics buckled down losing at home,” Pierce said. Howard was called for a fla-
it’s tough. Everywhere they go, just enough to hold on. “We know the Magic are a tal- grant foul.

they’re going to hear how great Ahead 11 points early in ented team and we won’t take The Celtics would go ahead
they are. the fourth quarter, that almost these two wins for granted.” by five after Howard picked up
“We haven’t done anything wasn’t enough. The Magic, just Before the final heave, his third foul moments later.
The Associated Press Chicago 4, San Jose 2, Chicago — you need four wins; we have as they did in Game 1, found Redick also made a crucial mis- Before they could deliver anoth-
CONFERENCE FINALS leads series 2-0 two.” their rhythm late. take by dribbling to half court er big blow, Matt Barnes hit a
(Best-of-7) Thursday’s Game After being hampered by They went on a 13-4 run before calling timeout. That 3-pointer as the shot clock buzz-
Tuesday’s Results Philadelphia at Montreal, 7 p.m. injuries for much of the season, to trim Boston’s lead to 85-83 wasted seconds and forced the er sounded in the final seconds
Philadelphia 3, Montreal 0, Friday’s Game
Philadelphia leads series 2-0 San Jose at Chicago, 8 p.m. often looking slow and worn with about six minutes left. Magic to take the ball out from for Orlando to trim Boston’s
down, the Celtics are just two Carter’s jumper gave Orlando a beyond half court. lead to 53-51 at the half.

wins away from their second 90-89 lead with 3:35 remaining The result was a shot that The Celtics are feeling good
NBA finals appearance in three and then the Celtics summoned didn’t reach the rim. but not overconfident.

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Sat. 9:00 am-2:30 pm Sat. 9:00-2:00
3BR RANCH house with
2 car attached garage DEAR DR. GOTT: Please
comment on neuropathy. How does DR. PETER J. GOTT
at 732 Wayne St.,
Delphos. Large yard. You one get it, what medication treats it,
pay electric & water. and is it curable? Can it be caused
by a broken toe?
567-204-0666 DEAR READER: Neuropathy can
be defined as a disorder or disease
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provide limited information, I cannot
determine which form, if any, you
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w/basement. Applicances was quite traumatic, it’s my guess
it’s not likely to have resulted in prescription medication and
included. Great location.
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stable despite the level of activity;
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Mother compares Tomorrow’s HI AND LOIS

sons to each other

By Bernice Bede Osol
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Dear Annie: I have two month illness. Should I con- In the year ahead, gather up the will
teenage sons. The oldest is tact him in some way, and and tenacity to achieve that personal
very athletic and makes good if so, when? I don’t want ambition you’ve been harboring for
grades. He will be gradu- to appear insensitive, and far too long. You can do it if, once
started, you are careful not to change
ating soon and leaving for I know he needs time to directions just when your target is in
college. grieve. I want to be respect- sight.
The problem is our young- ful. -- Just Wondering TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -
est son. “Logan” is very Dear Just: It is not dis- You have a tendency to be somewhat
of a loner, especially when working.
intelligent, but couldn’t care respectful to send a note
less about his grades. Half expressing your sympathy
You may have a need to bury yourself
in your work, but try to do so without
the time, he doesn’t turn in on his loss. Should he be appearing to be unfriendly.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
his homework. He refuses interested in contacting you Make your social plans when sugges-
to study and generally hates for anything more, he will do tions on what to do come up, because
school. He will lie about so. If you hear nothing after if you wait until later, those with
assignments and grades. We six weeks, you may call and whom you’ll want to share your time
will have made commitments.
have nagged him, grounded ask how he’s doing. CANCER (June 21-July 22) - Just
him and taken Dear Annie: because a close friend makes some
away privileges, Your advice to demands on you doesn’t mean you
have to comply, especially if what
but nothing seems “Mom in the your pal wants you to do goes against
to matter. Middle” was way your better judgment.
Logan is also off the mark. She LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Try not
extremely over- asked her boyfriend to take yourself or what others say
or do too seriously, or you’ll end up
weight. We to move in with her being particularly vulnerable when it
encourage him after five months, comes to protecting your pride, mak- BEETLE BAILEY
to exercise, but and you said she ing you hard to live with.
again, he ignores was rushing the VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - Any
frustrations you might experience are
us. After his relationship. likely to be of your own making. One
brother goes to People can and way you might be able to avoid them
school, I know he do develop rela- is to take pains not to be too negative
or rashly impulsive.
will quit the only Annie’s Mailbox tionships faster LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - When
team sport he has than you give them spending time with friends, try not to
ever participated in. credit for. I met my spouse burden them with your problems or
Fortunately, Logan isn’t less than a year ago, he troubles. Your pals have problems of
their own that they’re trying to forget.
involved in drinking or moved in less than a month SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -
drugs. His friends are good after we met, and we were When it comes to plans you made
kids, even though he doesn’t married last November. with others, instead of trying to
change things to suit your new sched-
have many. He spends most Don’t deny someone the ule, stick to what was collectively
of his time at home, doing pleasure of a loving part- agreed upon.
next to nothing. He helps out ner on the grounds of not SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. SNUFFY SMITH
with chores when I ask, but knowing him long enough. 21) - At those times when teamwork
is required, be as cooperative as pos-
he never volunteers. -- Brandon sible without attempting to run the
When Logan was in mid- Dear Brandon: We don’t show or change things to suit your
dle school, we took him for deny that you can fall in love way of doing something. Be sup-
counseling, but it didn’t help. in a short time and some- CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -
He came around for a couple times those relationships You’ll be fun-loving and cooperative
of years on his own, but now are successful over the long as long as things are going your way.
things are worse than ever. haul. We’re glad it is work- However, when and if something
should go amiss or you encounter
Maybe we just didn’t have ing out for you. But “Mom” opposition, you could have some bad
the right counselor. had a young teenager still moments.
How do you motivate living at home, and her first AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -
someone to make the right responsibility is to her child. Your interests and the desires of your
mate or friends are likely to be totally
choices? At the rate he’s It is unwise to bring some- different today. Unless you agree to
going, he will be a lonely, one into the household until
overweight adult with no everyone has a chance to
some kind of compromise, you could
end up going it alone. HAGAR THE HORRIBLE
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -
direction. Any advice? -- know him better. Take care that you don’t come off ap-
Worried Mom Annie’s Mailbox is writ- pearing to be too bossy, or you could
Dear Worried: ten by Kathy Mitchell and end up with a small rebellion on your
Sometimes nagging and Marcy Sugar, longtime edi- hands. Exercise all that wonderful
tact and diplomacy for which you’re
punishment don’t work as tors of the Ann Landers famous.
well as encouragement and column. Please e-mail your ARIES (March 21-April 19)
positive reinforcement. First questions to anniesmail- - There’s nothing wrong with want-
ing to have a good time even when
take Logan to his doctor for a box@comcast.net, or write you’re working, but you need to keep
complete checkup to be sure to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o your mind on what’s important first
there is no underlying medi- Creators Syndicate, 5777 W. and have your laughs at appropriate
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evaluated for hidden learn- Angeles, CA 90045. Copyright 2010, United Feature Syndicate, Inc.

ing disabilities, since those

can often cause a bright child BORN LOSER
to shut down in school.
Allow him to be more
involved in his choices.
Discuss why some foods will
aid in the development of
bone and muscle and others
will make him feel sluggish.
Make exercise a regular part
of the entire family’s rou-
tine -- a bike ride, basketball
pick-up game, bowling, roll-
erblading. If his behavior is
still troublesome, please get
him back into counseling. FRANK & ERNEST
Your pediatrician can refer
Dear Annie: For a long
time, I’ve had feelings for
“Stan.” I know he also cared
for me, but would never
have cheated on his wife,
for which I greatly admired
Stan’s wife recently
passed away after a six-

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Scientists watching Times Square car bomb suspect in court

where oils spreads to

NEW YORK (AP) — Appearing relaxed hand. The courtroom was closed just before his
and obedient, the man accused of plotting to kill appearance for a security sweep.
Americans with a car bomb in Times Square There was also no sign that Shahzad had
made his first appearance in a Manhattan court- secured any special benefits from his coop-
room where he was told by a magistrate judge eration, though he was wearing a sweatsuit
that he had the right to remain silent. rather than a prison uniform. When the hearing
WASHINGTON (AP) — He called it more complicated New underwater video Authorities say Faisal Shahzad’s willingness ended, he stood up and handcuffs were put
Scientists are anxiously await- than any spill he’s ever seen. released by BP showed oil to talk kept him out of court for two weeks, on his wrists behind his back. He walked out
ing signals about where a mas- “What we’re basically try- and gas erupting under pres- speeding up the progress of an investigation without looking at spectators, including mostly
sive oil slick in the Gulf of ing to do is protect the whole sure in large, dark clouds from into his May 1 plot to set off a homemade car prosecutors, investigators and reporters.
Mexico may be heading, while coast at one time,” Allen said. its crippled blowout preventer bomb on a spring Saturday evening amid hun- Magistrate Judge James C. Francis read him
containment of the looming The House Transportation on the ocean floor. The leaks dreds of people enjoying the tourist haven. his rights, including his right to remain silent,
environmental catastrophe and Infrastructure Committee resembled a geyser on land. Authorities said shortly after Shahzad’s and warned him that anything he might say
proves elusive. was set to address the spill at a Salazar, testifying before May 3 arrest that he had admitted driving the could be used against him. He was detained
With fears growing that the hearing today. the Senate Energy and Natural SUV bomb into Times Square and told authori- without bail in the attack in which the bomb
gushing well could spread dam- Government scientists, Resources Committee, prom- ties he had received terror training during a never exploded and no one was hurt.
age from Louisiana to Florida, meanwhile, were surveying ised an overhaul of federal reg- recent five-month trip to Pakistan. The ex-budget analyst from Bridgeport,
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar the Gulf to determine if the oil ulations and said blame for the His cooperation did not eliminate the need to Conn., was pulled two days after the attempted
told a Senate panel Tuesday had entered a powerful current BP spill rests with both indus- bring him to court Tuesday to face five charges, attack from a Dubai-bound plane at John F.
that his agency had been lax in that could take it to Florida try and the government, par- including attempted use of weapons of mass Kennedy International Airport.
overseeing offshore activities and eventually up the East ticularly his agency’s Minerals destruction and attempted acts of terrorism In addition to the most serious charges,
and that may have contributed Coast. Tar balls that washed Management Service. transcending national boundaries, each of which Shahzad was also charged with using a destruc-
to the disastrous spill. up on Florida’s Key West were “We need to clean up that carry potential penalties of life in prison. tive device in an attempted violent crime,
“There will be tremendous shipped to a Coast Guard labo- house,” Salazar said of the ser- The hearing lasted only 10 minutes. punishable by up to 30 years in prison; trans-
lessons to be learned here,” ratory in Connecticut to deter- vice. While most of the agen- Shahzad, 30, a Pakistan-born U.S. citizen, con- porting and receiving explosives, punishable
Salazar said in his first appear- mine if they came from the cy’s 1,700 employees are reli- firmed with a “yes” that his financial affidavit by up to 10 years; and attempting to damage
ance before Congress since the spill. Questions remained about able and trustworthy, he said, was accurate, permitting him to be appointed and destroy property with fire and explosives,
April 20 blowout and explo- just how much oil is spilling there were “a few bad apples.” an assistant public defender, Julia Gatto, who punishable by five to 20 years.
sion on the Deepwater Horizon from the well, and senators President Barack Obama, declined to comment afterward. Since his arrest, Shahzad “has provided
rig that killed 11 people. expressed frustration about a who has decried the “cozy Shahzad, wearing a gray sweat suit and with valuable intelligence from which further inves-
Coast Guard Adm. Thad lack of answers during a full relationship” between govern- his hair a bit longer than in photos splashed tigative action has been taken,” the U.S. attor-
Allen told another committee day of hearings that included ment regulators and the energy around the world, was treated like any other ney’s office in Manhattan said in a statement
that the growing size and scat- top executives from BP PLC, industry, has proposed splitting prisoner, except for the extra court officers on Tuesday.

Piracy suspect pleads guilty to hijacking

tershot nature of the spill were the oil giant that leased the the agency into two parts to
creating “severe challenges” in blown well, and Transocean separate regulatory duties from
containing it and cleaning it up. Ltd., the rig owner. those who collect royalty fees
from oil and gas companies. NEW YORK (AP) — A Somali suspect who captain to stop the ship and “conducted himself as
Sen. Jeff Bingaman, became the boyish face of 21st-century piracy the leader of the pirates,” the complaint said.
D-N.M., the committee chair- by staging a brazen high-seas attack on a U.S.- Muse, reading from a prepared statement, told
man, said the panel’s mission flagged ship off the coast of Africa pleaded guilty the judge on Tuesday that his crew had not inten-
was to decipher “the cascade on Tuesday to charges he hijacked the ship and tionally targeted an American vessel. The four
of failures that caused the cata- kidnapped its captain. pirates “agreed to capture any ship that we found
strophic blowout.” In addition, Abdiwali Abdiqadir Muse has been jailed in on the Indian Ocean,” he said.
Answers to Tuesday’s questions:
Many private clubs were able to serve alcoholic bever- he said, Congress needs to fig- Manhattan since he was captured last year and The pirates held Phillips, of Underhill, Vt.,
ages during the Prohibition because their alcohol had been ure what must be done to make faced what was called the first U.S. piracy pros- hostage for several days on a sweltering, enclosed
purchased before Prohibition went into effect. The 18th sure it never happens again. ecution in decades. lifeboat that was soon shadowed by three U.S.
Amendment didn’t ban the purchase, possession or con- While the cause of the acci- “What we did was wrong,” a subdued Muse warships and a helicopter.
sumption of alcohol, it banned its manufacture, sale, trans- dent at the well has yet to be said through an interpreter. “I am very, very sorry During hostage negotiations, Muse said, the
portation, importation or exportation. pinpointed, information uncov- about what we did. All of this was about the prob- pirates tried to cut a deal: “They get the captain
Showman P.T. Barnum opened the first public aquarium ered so far raises the question of lems in Somalia.” back and they let us go back to land safely. If not
in the United States in 1856 in New York City. where the Minerals Management He also pleaded guilty to hostage-taking and we will harm the captain.”
Today’s questions: Service was, Bingaman said. conspiracy. He faces a minimum 27 years in The end came when Navy sharpshooter on the
By law, how long must information collected in a U.S. “It is long past time to drain prison. Sentencing was set for Oct. 19. USS Bainbridge picked off the three pirates in
census remain confidential? the safety and environmental Prosecutors branded Muse the ringleader of a stunning nighttime operation, leaving Phillips
What is the unusual state gem of Washington? swamp that is MMS,” declared a band of four pirates who provoked a deadly untouched.
Answers in Thursday’s Herald. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore. “This drama by targeting the Maersk Alabama on April “I thought the pirates were shooting one
Today’s words: agency has been in denial about 8, 2009, as it transported humanitarian supplies another, and I was caught in the crossfire,”
Muckibus: drunk safety problems for years.” about 280 miles off the coast of Somalia. Phillips later wrote in a book about his ordeal.
Xenobombulate: to malign Sen. John Barrasso, The case could be the first of several piracy “They’d been arguing, and it had escalated to
Today’s joke: R-Wyo., pointed to an AP prosecutions in U.S. courts. It’s part of a larger gunfire. And now, after days of heat, punishment
A Saudi Prince went to Germany to study. investigation that found that rig U.S. policy debate over how best to deal with the and threats, there was complete silence.
A month later, he sends a letter to his dad saying, that exploded was allowed to insurgents and criminal activities that contribute “All of a sudden I heard a voice. A male
“Berlin is wonderful, people are nice and I really like it operate “without safety docu- to the persistent instability in Somalia, a poor American voice. ‘Are you OK?’ it said.”
here but I’m a bit ashamed to arrive to school with my gold mentation required by govern- and chaotic country that’s become a haven for After being swept into a federal court into
Mercedes when all my teachers travel by train.” ment regulations” and that the al-Qaida-linked terrorists. New York, the skinny, 5-foot-2 defendant looked
Sometime later he gets a letter from his dad with a $10 government conducted fewer In the Maersk Alabama case, a criminal com- bewildered and sometimes wept in court. His age
million check saying, “Stop embarrassing us, go and get oil rig inspections than it ini- plaint said Muse was the first to board the ship, was in dispute from the start: His lawyers insisted
yourself a train too!” tially claimed and less than its firing his AK-47 assault rifle at the captain, he was 15 and should be tried as a juvenile; pros-
policy requires. Richard Phillips. He entered the bridge, told the ecutors convinced a judge he was at least 18.


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BUICK LaCROSSE CXL 09 Chev Impala LT #H140
Silver, 16K mi. ...............................................
19,295 1LT, sunroof, red ..................................... $12,995
06 Chevy Silverado
XTRA 1500.00 OFF FOR CURRENT 08 Chevy Colorado 3/4 ton crew Cab, 4x4 diesel .................. $31,500
BUICK & COMPETITIVE OWNERS. Crew Cab, 4x4, 25K mi. .....................................
21,900 06 Chev Silverado Z71
08 Buick Lucerne CXL 1/2 ton crew cab, dark blue ........................... $20,975
1,00000 EXTRA SAVINGS Only 18,000 mi., local owner ................. $
08 Chevy Cobalt
06 Buick Rendezvous CX $
#J85A, silver, 2 seat........................... 13,975
ON MOST NEW MODELS 4 Dr., 2LT, 2 available .............................. $ 10,750 06 Chevy Impala LTZ
08 Chev Impala LT C42 #J160. bronze, 32K, sunroof, leather 14,900
16,900 06 Chev. Malibu LT

Precision red.................................................
08 Pont. Grand Prix #09I147 #L188, 24K Mi, red, one owner ......... 12,100
Shadow gray, PS & more ............................ 12,400
08 Pont. G6 GT #09H137 Black ................................................... 9,850
*Price includes rebate. Tax & Title & Doc fee Extra.
1 - 2SS - BLACK - AVAILABLE 4 dr., red ........................................................ 15,500
1 - 2 LT - YELLOW AVAILABLE 04 Volvo XC90 T6
08 Chev Malibu #I151 All wheel drive ................................. 15,990
LS, golden pewter, 4 cyl. ............................ 13,995
Sales Department $
01 Chevy Silverado LS
Service - Body Shop - Parts

Ext. Cab, 2 wheel.................................................. 8,595

Mon., Tues., Thurs. Mon. & Wed. 8:30 to 8:00
Tues., Thurs. 07 Chevy HHR 1LT $
25K mi. ............................................................... 11,500
& Fri. 7:30 to 5:00
Wed. 7:30 to 7:00 & Fri. 8:30 to 5:30; $
Closed on Sat. Sat. 8:30 to 1:00 00 Buick LeSabre
IN DELPHOS 419-692-3015 12,500 $ Custom. Local trade. ............................


4 Dr., silver ........................................................
1725 East Fifth Street, Delphos
07 Chevy Impala LT
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