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DELPHOS HERALD
The

Telling The Tri-County’s Story Since 1869


50¢ daily Friday, November 5, 2010 Delphos, Ohio

Upfront ‘Captain Hook’


dead at 76
Delphos CDofA
to hold cookie
walk, game night
The Delphos Court Legendary Reds the news. “Baseball will have
very few people like Sparky.
of Catholic Daughters of
the Americas will hold
manager Anderson He was a unique individual.
a cookie walk at 9 a.m. falls to dementia He was a character with a
great passion and love for the
Saturday at ALCO. game.”
Stock up on delicious BY JOE KAY
cookies for the holidays. The Associated Press Anderson never tried to
The annual “Game and overshadow his teams, giv-
Card Party” will be held at Reds fans were taken ing his stars great leeway
the Knights of Columbus aback when Sparky Anderson while trying to stay in the
Hall at 7 p.m. Tuesday. showed up in Cincinnati for background. At Anderson’s
Attendees can bring his first day as a big league request, there will be no
friends and a favorite manager, an unknown taking funeral or memorial service.
game for a night of fun. over baseball’s first profes- Always affable, ever
Dessert will be provided, sional team. talkative and known for a
along with chances to win Sparky who? self-deprecating demeanor,
delicious home-baked pastries. Really? Anderson was
The party is open By the time equally popular
to the public. he was done, this among players,
Health Care man with the
shock of white
fans and media.
“Revered
Reform Seminar hair and school-
boy nickname
and
by his
treasured
players
for businesses would produce a
considerable list
for his humility,
humanity, eter-
Citizens National Bank of achievements nal optimism and
will host a free seminar for that featured three knowledge of the
businesses, titled “Health Care World Series game,” his Hall
Reform: The Impact on Small titles — including of Fame plaque
Business,” on Tuesday at the crowns in each reads.
Courtyard by Marriott, 936 league — and a Anderson Baseball
Greely Chapel Road, Lima. Commissioner
Registration will begin at Hall of Fame entry
on his resume. Bud Selig called Anderson a
7:30 a.m., followed by the Nancy Spencer photo
1-hour program at 8 am. Delphos Community Christmas Project Coordinator Edna Fischer, left, and Delphos Anderson, who directed the gentleman and dear friend.
Big Red Machine to back- “I recall with great fond-
The seminar will discuss Salvation Army Unit representative Stacy Youtsey stand in front of the Angel Tree at First ness the many hours we would
what the health care reform Financial Bank. Residents can take an Angel, shop and return the unwrapped gifts by Dec. to-back championships and
bill contains and what its 1. The Delphos Optimists also assist with the Angel Tree Project. won another in Detroit, died spend together when his

Christmas project kicks


implications will mean for Thursday from complica- Tigers came to Milwaukee,”
Ohio businesses. While the tions of dementia in Thousand Selig said. “Sparky was a
bill is complex and ever- Oaks, Calif. He was 76. A day loyal friend, and whenever
changing, some provisions earlier, his family said he’d I would be dealing with dif-

off with Angel Trees


will take effect in 2010. These been placed in hospice care. ficult situations as commis-
include, but are not limited to: Anderson was the first sioner, he would lift my spir-
• “Grandfathering” of manager to win World Series its, telling me to keep my
current group policies; titles in both leagues and the head up and that I was doing
• Small business pre- only manager to lead two the right thing.”
mium tax credits; BY NANCY SPENCER With increased demand brought back to the bank they franchises in career wins. The Reds put a photo of
• Group plans will be nspencer@delpho- each year, Fischer believes came from by Dec. 1. Items “Sparky was, by far, the Anderson on their outfield
required to comply with best manager I ever played videoboard at Great American
IRS Section 105 (h); sherald.com this year will see more num- should not be wrapped.
bers again. A crew of shoppers will for,” said former Reds star Ball Park on Thursday after-
• Prohibition of life- Pete Rose, the game’s career noon, honoring the man who
time limits on the dol- DELPHOS — The Delphos “I don’t see the economy begin scouring stores for
lar value of benefits; Community Christmas any better this year and the items on wish lists. Veteran hits leader. “He understood led them to their greatest
• Extension of coverage Project started in 1976 by just need will be as much, if not shoppers include Diane people better than anyone I moments.
one woman who wanted to more,” Fischer said. Hetrick, Avis Birkmeier, ever met. His players loved “In one way or another,
for dependents up to age
26 (28 in State of Ohio); provide a better Christmas for Filling the need isn’t some- Karen Edelbrock, Lisa Staup, him, he loved his players, Sparky touched the life of
• Elimination of pre-exist- 10-12 local families. Today, thing Fischer worries about. Marcia Birkmeier, Cheryl and he loved the game of every Reds fan,” owner Bob
ing condition provisions for her vision is carried on by an There’s always enough. Ditto, Sharon Mosier, Vicki baseball. There isn’t another Castellini said.
children age 19 and under; and almost-countless number of “The community is still Siefker, Puala Langhals and person in baseball like Sparky Anderson’s win total of
• Mandating of spe- volunteers. very generous, even with the Pat Dempsey. New to the Anderson. He gave his whole 2,194 was the third highest
cific preventive services. “When Marie Dorman growing need. I don’t worry ranks this year are Rose life to the game.” when he retired after the 1995
All area business owners started this 34 years ago, I about it. They always come Morris and Sue Vasquez. Anderson’s teams in season, trailing only Connie
are invited to attend; space don’t think she could have through,” Fischer said. “I think what makes our Cincinnati — featuring Mack and John McGraw.
is limited. Those wishing imagined serving 171 fami- The Delphos Salvation project unique is that each Johnny Bench, Joe Morgan He’s still sixth on the career
to attend should RSVP to lies and 414 children,” cur- Army service unit, local child is shopped for,” Fischer and Rose — won crowns list — he won 863 games in
info@cnbohio.com. If the 8 rent project director Edna banks and the Delphos added. “A lot of places they in 1975 and 1976 and rank nine years with the Reds and
a.m. session fills up, a sec- Fischer said Thursday. “I Optimist Club launch the just collect items and bring among the most power- 1,331 in 17 seasons with the
ond session will be added at worked with Marie on the project with the local Angel the people in to pick through ful of all time. Led by Kirk Tigers.
9:30 a.m. Attendees will be very first endeavor. She start- Tree Program. Trees filled it. Our children get clothing Gibson and Alan Trammell, He’ll be remembered as
notified via e-mail which ses- Anderson won with the much for the little things that
sion they are registered for. ed a good thing. I think she with paper soldiers listing the items they ask for in the right
would be saddened by the needs of more than 230 local size. They also get a toy or Tigers in 1984. made him beloved as for the
growing need but encouraged children can be found in all fun item.” “He was a good guy,” big numbers that made him a

Sports by how the community steps


up and fills it.”
Delphos banks. Angels can
be taken, items purchased and See PROJECT, page 2
former Tigers pitcher Jack
Morris said, choking up over See SPARKY, page 6

Blast from volcano


TODAY
Football Regional quarter-
finals (7:30 p.m.)

raises deaths to 122


22: Edgerton at St. John’s.
24: Marion Local at
Fort Loramie; Minster at
Springfield Catholic Central.
By SLAMET RIYADI landscape. Merapi was active
SATURDAY The Associated Press throughout the day today.
Football Regional quarter- The volcano, in the heart
finals (7 p.m.) MOUNT MERAPI, of densely populated Java
10: Elida at Tipp City Indonesia — Searing gas ava- island, has erupted scores of
Tippecanoe. lanched down an Indonesian times, killing more than 1,500
18: Tinora at Lima Central volcano with a thunderous people in the last century
Catholic. roar, torching houses and alone. But tens of thousands
20: Coldwater at Anna. trees and incinerating vil- of people live on its rolling
Co-ed Cross Country: State lagers as they fled Mount slopes, drawn to soil made
at Scioto Downs, 11:05 a.m. Merapi’s worst eruption in fertile by molten lava and
a century. Dozens of bodies volcanic debris.
found today raised the death Its latest activity started
Forecast toll to 122. Oct. 26. After today’s explo-
Mostly cloudy The injured — with sion — said by volcanologists
Saturday with clothes, blankets and even to be the biggest since the
high in low 40s. mattresses fused to their 1870s — officials announced
See page 2. skin by the 1,400-degree by loudspeaker that the moun-
Fahrenheit (750-degree tain’s danger zone had been
Celsius) heat — were carried expanded to 12 miles (20
away on stretchers following kilometers) from the crater.
Index the first big explosion just Previously, villages like
Obituaries 2 before midnight. Bronggang were still consid-
State/Local 3 Soldiers joined rescue ered to be in the “safe zone.”
operations in hardest-hit “The heat surrounded us
Politics 4 Bronggang, a village nine and there was white smoke
Community 5 miles (15 kilometers) from the everywhere,” said Niti
K of C gives to local schools
Stacy Taff photo
Sports 6-7 crater, pulling at least 78 bod- Raharjo, 47, who was thrown
Classifieds 8 ies from homes and streets from his motorbike along with
TV 9 blanketed by ash up to one- his 19-year-old son while try- Ed Klima of the Knights of Columbus, center, presents checks for $1,072 to
World News 10 foot (30-centimeters) deep. ing to flee. Delphos City Schools Superintendent Jeff Price, left, and Delphos St. John’s High
Crumpled roofs, charred “I saw people running, School Principal Don Huysman. The money is to be utilized by the schools for their
carcasses of cattle, and broken screaming in the dark, women developmentally-disabled programs. The checks are a product of the “Measure Up”
chairs — all layered in white Campaign.
soot — dotted the smoldering See VOLCANO, page 2
2 – The Herald Friday, November 5, 2010 www.delphosherald.com

For The Record


trucks outsell cars by Volcano FUNERALS The Delphos
widest margin in 5 years Herald
(Continued from page 1) Vorst, Frances Camille
(Donston), 71, of Ottoville,
so scared they fell uncon- Mass of Christian burial will Vol. 141 No. 123
scious,” he said from a hos- begin at 10:30 a.m. Saturday Nancy Spencer, editor
pital where they were both at Immaculate Conception Ray Geary, general manager
DETROIT (AP) — Trucks percent in September - mean- owners return to the market. being treated for burns. Catholic Church, Ottoville, the Delphos Herald, Inc.
outsold cars by the highest ing people don’t feel the need “Last year, businesses were “There was an explosion Rev. John Stites officiating. Don Hemple,
margin in nearly five years in to hoard cash at the bank. very cash strapped, and many that sounded like it was from Burial will follow in St. Mary’s advertising manager
October, a small sign that the — Gasoline is still afford- small businesses were having a war ... and it got worse, Cemetery, Ottoville. Friends Tiffany Brantley,
economy may be starting to able. Truck sales have been to conserve cash and defer any the ash and debris raining circulation manager
may call from 2 to 8 p.m. today
improve. sensitive to high gas prices in non-essential purchases, and down.” William Kohl,
at Love-Heitmeyer Funeral
These trucks aren’t the trac- the past, falling dramatically vehicles fall into that catego- The greatest danger posed general manager/Eagle Print
Home, Jackson Township (on
tor-trailers that haul freight. when gas topped $3 and $4 ry,” he says. While some buy- by Merapi has always been the corner of State Routes 224 The Daily Herald (USPS 1525
They were vehicles such as a gallon in 2008 and many ers may need to buy a truck, pyroclastic flows — like and 634), where a scripture 8000) is published daily except
pickups, SUVs, minivans and drivers were spending over they don’t necessarily have to those that roared down the service will be held at 2 p.m. Sundays and Holidays.
smaller SUVs, which made up $100 to fill their tanks. After buy a new one. And given the southern slopes at speeds of Memorial contributions may By carrier in Delphos and
54 percent of all U.S. vehi- nearly eight straight years of increasing durability of cars up to 60 miles per hour (100 area towns, or by rural motor
be made to St. Rita’s Hospice
cle sales according to indus- dominating the vehicle sales and trucks, drivers can hang kilometers per hour). route where available $2.09 per
or Immaculate Conception
try tracker J.D. Power and market, truck sales quickly onto their vehicles for longer. With bodies found in front week. By mail in Allen, Van
Catholic Church. Condolences
Associates, while cars made declined after that gas price This year, sales to commer- of houses and in streets, it Wert, or Putnam County, $105
may be expressed at www.
up 46 percent of the market. spike, which was driven by cial customers are rebounding, appeared that many of the vil- per year. Outside these counties
lovefuneralhome.com. $119 per year.
That’s the biggest margin of fears that demand from China Pipas says, which is proof that lagers died from the searing FLore, Ray J., 79, of Entered in the post office
difference between the two would constrain U.S. supplies. small businesses are buying gas while trying to escape, Celina, Funeral services begin in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
categories since December Now, gas prices are around trucks and cars again. Ford vehi- said Col. Tjiptono, a deputy at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Periodicals, postage paid at
2005, when trucks accounted $2.80 a gallon, according to cles, including F-series trucks, police chief. Mount Zion United Methodist Delphos, Ohio.
for 56 percent of sales. AAA, higher than the $1.50 to Econoline vans, and the Ford More than 150 injured Church in Celina, the Rev. No mail subscriptions will be
Strong truck sales make $1.90 range through the peak Escape and Ford Taurus sedan, people — most with burns accepted in towns or villages
Kenneth Baker officiating.
economists giddy because it of truck and SUV popularity, make up about 80 percent of the and some with respiratory where The Daily Herald paper
Burial will follow in Fairview
means people are willing to but not enough to hinder sales. increase in commercial sales problems, broken bones and carriers or motor routes provide
Cemetery in Celina. Friends
spend money again. Small Truck sales are “encour- The economy is still weigh- cuts — waited to be treated daily home delivery for $2.09
may call from 2-4 and 6-8
business owners feel com- aging, because we know that ing on Felicia Smith, 44, of at the tiny Sardjito hospital, per week.
p.m. today at Cisco Funeral 405 North Main St.
fortable enough to buy a new gasoline prices have not been Silver Spring, Md. The office where the bodies piled up in Home in Celina. TELEPHONE 695-0015
pickup truck or delivery van particularly low recently,” says worker says she sometimes the morgue, and two other
WEATHER
for their company; and regular Dana Johnson, chief economist worries about unemployment Office Hours
hospitals. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
folks are confident enough in for Comerica Bank. and the economy, but she “We’re totally over- POSTMASTER:
their jobs and finances to take — Promotions are helping. thinks it’s time to buy a new whelmed here!” said Heru Delphos weather Send address changes
on beefy SUV payments. Ford, which just wrapped up a car. She’s looking to get some- Nogroho, a spokesman at to THE DAILY HERALD,
Here are the trends behind month of zero-percent financ- thing bigger than the 2005 Sardjito. High temperature Thursday 405 N. Main St.
the stronger truck sales: ing offers on its F-series pick- Mazda Tribute small SUV she Despite earlier predictions in Delphos was 47 degrees, Delphos, Ohio 45833
— People are spending up trucks, saw sales jump 24.2 currently owns. that dozens of big explosions low was 31. Rainfall was
more. Personal savings rates percent in October. George “I’m a little nervous” about that followed the initial blast recorded at .02 inch. High a
are coming down. The most Pipas, manager of sales analy- the economy, she says. “But last week would ease pres- year ago today was 53, low Scholars of the Day
recent figures show the rate has sis for Ford, says sales of the I need something bigger . it’s sure building up behind a was 33. Record high for today
decreased from a yearly high F-series have been rebounding about finding something that’s magma dome, eruptions have is 75, set in 2008. Record low
of 6.4 percent in June to 5.3 this year, as small business going to make me happy.” been intensifying, baffling is 15, set in 1991.

Van Wert County court news


experts who have long moni- WeAtHer ForeCAst
tored Merapi. tri-county
In terms of the amount of the Associated Press
volcanic material released —
Van Wert County Common Adult Probation Department. active arrest warrants issued toniGHt: Mostly
1,765 million cubic feet (50
Pleas Judge Charles D. Steele The Adult Probation against them. cloudy. Lows in the mid 20s.
million cubic meter), “it was
has released the following Department supervised a total Judge Steele reported 44 Northwest winds 10 to 15
the biggest in at least a cen-
report of the court’s activi- of 296 probationers presently civil cases were filed during mph.
tury,” said Gede Swantika, a
ties for the month of October, under Community Control the month. The court conduct- sAtUrDAY: Mostly St. John’s Scholar of the
state volcanologist, as plumes
2010. Sanctions and defendants ed one Trial to Court, held cloudy. Highs in the lower Day is Emily
of smoke continued to shoot
Ten defendants were released on bond pending dis- 17 pretrial conferences and 40s. Northwest winds 5 to 10 McRedmond.
up more than 30,000 feet
arraigned on felony criminal position of pending criminal heard 28 motions. Seven cases mph. Congratulations
(10,000 meters).
charges as a result of indict- proceedings. There were 218 were dismissed due to the par- sAtUrDAY niGHt: Emily!
ments issued by the grand required reporting visits by ties reaching a settlement.
POLICE
Partly cloudy in the evening
jury or bills of information probationers and defendants Judgment was rendered in 27 becoming mostly clear. Lows Jefferson’s Scholar of the
presented by the prosecuting on bond. The department con- cases. Three cases were termi- in the mid 20s. Southwest Day is Jordan
attorney. The court conducted
36 criminal pretrial confer-
ducted nine drug tests and
there were 133 hours of com-
nated by summary judgment.
One civil case was referred to
REPORT winds 5 to 10 mph. Vorst.
ences and 16 defendants were
convicted as a result of trial or
munity service work com-
pleted by probationers under
mediation/arbitration. No civil
jury trial was held this month.
Driver cited eXtenDeD ForeCAst
Congratulations
Jordan!
guilty pleas. No criminal jury
trial was held. Twenty-two
supervision of the Probation
Department.
Thirteen domestic relations
cases were filed during the
after rear-ending sUnDAY: Mostly sunny.
Warmer with highs in the mid Students can pick up their
awards in their school offices.
motion hearings were held. Five probationers had their month. Domestic Relations vehicle 50s. Southwest winds 10 to
15 mph.
CorreCtions
One trial to court was con- probation revoked for viola- Magistrate Joseph Quatman, At 7:08 p.m. on Thursday, sUnDAY niGHt-
ducted. tions of Community Control conducted 18 pretrial con- a collision occurred when MonDAY niGHt: Mostly
Ten search warrants were Sanctions. No defendants had ferences and 21 hearings on a vehicle was struck from clear. Lows in the upper 30s.
signed by Judge Steele in their bonds revoked for viola- motions regarding modifica- behind while stopped prepar- Alyssa Berelsman
Highs around 60.
October. tion of bond conditions. tion of custody or visitation. ing to turn. was left off the list of st.
tUesDAY, tUesDAY
Fifteen defendants were Four probationers success- Three civil protective orders Merle Harruff, 42, of John’s seniors playing
niGHt: Mostly clear. Highs
sentenced to incarceration fully completed their terms of were filed, and there were Delphos was stopped facing their final girls soccer
in the mid 60s. Lows in the
with the Ohio Department of probation and were released. nine final divorce or disso- east on East Fifth Street, pre- match Wednesday versus
lower 40s.
Corrections and Rehabilitation, The court collected $5,443.30 lution of marriage hearings. paring to turn left onto Scott Cuyahoga Valley Christian
W e D n e s D A Y ,
Western Ohio Regional in fines and court costs. One Case was referred to Street when Brian Stepleton, Academy.
WeDnesDAY niGHt:
Treatment and Habilitation Sixty percent of the pro- mediation regarding issues of 41, of Delphos came up Partly cloudy. Highs in the
Center (WORTH), the Van bationers was gainfully custody, visitation, and prop- behind him and failed to on the business page in
mid 60s. Lows in the mid
Wert County Correctional employed with the assistance erty. The court also heard 11 keep a reasonable distance, Wednesday’s Herald, H.G.
40s.
Facility or Electronically of the probation department. cases presented by the Child resulting in the front of his Violet equipment was mis-
tHUrsDAY: Mostly
Monitored House Arrest. Nine The remaining 40 percent Support Enforcement Agency vehicle striking the rear of named. the Herald regrets
cloudy in the morning becom-
defendants were placed under comprise probationers who for collection of delinquent Harruff’s. this mistake.
ing partly cloudy. Highs in the
Community Control Intensive are retired, under disability, court-ordered child support There were no injuries and lower 60s. The Delphos Herald wants
Supervision under the supervi- laid off, or who have abscond- payments.
Cops lose box of
minor damage to Harruff’s to correct published errors in
sion of the Van Wert County ed from the county and have vehicle, heavy damage to its news, sports and feature
Lil Wayne emerges from NYC jail after 8 months Stepleton’s.
Stepleton was cited for an drugs that says articles. To inform the news-
room of a mistake in published
NEW YORK (AP) — Lil
Wayne was freed from jail
ried nor bothered by the
situation” behind bars, Lil
Eminem, that came out while assured clear distance ahead
he was incarcerated — and violation. ‘METH’ on it information, call the editorial
department at 419-695-0015.

Project
Thursday after serving eight Wayne said Tuesday through he recorded a verse for the Corrections will be published
months in a gun case, emerg- Weezythanxyou.com, a web- Drake/Jay-Z collaboration JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) on this page.
ing with a hot new album, well- site he set up to give fans a “Light Up” over on the — Officials in Wyoming
wishes from a former president
and a deepened appreciation
glimpse of his life in jail.
Lil Wayne, who had the
phone for a “Rikers Remix”
that made the rounds online. (Continued from page 1)
want people to be on the
lookout for a black box BIRTHS
for his fans. best-selling album of 2008 and President Barack Obama with white lettering that st. ritA’s
“Welcome home, Weezy!” won a best rap album Grammy recently told Rolling Stone he If possible, new and used says “METH,” after a dep- A girl was born Nov. 4
the rap star’s Facebook page with “Tha Carter III,” kept has some Lil Wayne music on bicycles are also provided. In uty lost a stash used to train to Amber Bidlow and David
proclaimed, using one of his his career in high gear while his iPod. And former President 2009, 48 were distributed. police dogs. Rupert of Delphos.
nicknames, after his morning locked up for having a loaded Bill Clinton praised the rap- The project is not limited Teton County sheriff’s A boy was born Nov. 4 to
release from the Rikers Island gun on his tour bus in 2007. per’s abilities during a phone to children. In 2009, it pro- Sgt. Lloyd Funk says the Zane and Tiffany Slusher of
jail complex. He was freed at His latest album, “I interview with a Pittsburgh vided 143 food boxes, 23 trees deputy accidentally left the Delphos.
a location jail officials and his Am Not a Human Being” radio station Tuesday, adding with lights and decorations, box on a bumper after a
lawyer wouldn’t disclose.
His managers have said he
— released while he was
in solitary confinement in
that “what I hope will hap- 425 pairs of shoes and boots
pen is that he has a good life (with the aid of the Phi Delta
canine training exercise Oct.
27. It contained nearly an L P
OCAL RICES
planned to head for his home September — hit No. 1 on now.” Sorority), 143 bags of paper ounce of methamphetamine. Corn: $5.62
in Miami, where they’re plan- the Billboard 200 chart last Lil Wayne, born Dwayne products, three complete twin The deputy drove off Wheat: $6.14
ning a welcome-home party month. He also was featured Carter Jr., pleaded guilty in beds, $20 food gift cards for with the drugs perched on Beans: $12.46
Sunday. on a string of hits by other October 2009 to attempted 170 families and 125 fruit the vehicle.
“I was never scared, wor- artists, including Drake and weapon possession, admitting plates to shut-ins. Kay Best
he’d had a loaded, semiauto- and Arnie and Helen Fischer
The Jackson Hole News
& Guide reports that offi-
LOTTERY
Special election: Ambulance takes voter to polls matic .40-caliber gun on his coodinate the fruit plate dis-
CLEVELAND (AP) —
cers literally trying to get These Ohio lotteries were
HAVERTOWN, Pa. (AP) Gorby’s Havertown home, the bus after a Manhattan concert. tribution. drugs off the street haven’t drawn Thursday:
— A Philadelphia-area man crew agreed. He started a yearlong sen- To donate to the project been able to find the box. Mega Millions
didn’t let an ambulance ride Gorby voted from a stretcher tence in March but got time or pass along the name of a Anyone with informa- Estimated jackpot: $16
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Eighty-three-year-old under the voting booth’s curtain. a disciplinary knock that sent day season, sent to: Delphos the sheriff’s office. Sheriff Midday 3
Charles Gorby persuaded an Gorby tells the Delaware him to solitary for the last Community Christmas Project, Jim Whalen says someone 9-5-6
emergency crew to stop and let County Daily Times he felt it month of his term. A charger c/o General Delivery, Delphos possessing the amount of Midday 4
him vote Tuesday as they took was his responsibility to make and headphones for a digital OH 45833. meth that was lost would 7-6-7-4
him home after a two-week it to the polls if he was able. music player were found in Bev Cross-McNeal pro- face a felony charge. Pick 3
hospital stay. He tells the paper that “vot- his cell in May, jail officials vides screening for applicants Whalen says his office is 5-3-1
Since the polling place ing is the least you can do” as said. The items are considered for the project and Bob Mosier taking action to make sure Pick 4
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he would take steps to eliminate
the state income tax. The cur-
CHILLICOTHE (AP) Center cosmetology stu- elect John Kasich put Statehouse rent state budget, which covers a
— Officials say a fire dur- dents got the chance of a lobbyists on alert Thursday: two-year period ending June 30,
ing a gospel performance lifetime helping backstage at They’d better get on board with is roughly $51 billion.
forced the evacuation of the the Niswonger Performing upcoming budget cuts. Across town at a Statehouse
historic Majestic Theater in Arts Center with a national The former Republican policy conference, state lawmak-
Chillicothe. touring company for the congressman told about 200 ers reflected on the impending
The Chillicothe Gazette musical Oklahoma! guests at a luncheon gather- budget deficit but offered few
reports that a curtain caught Last year, several stu- ing at a suburban Columbus specifics on how they planned
fire Thursday night in the the- dents assisted with ward- restaurant that he won’t allow to handle it.
ater that dates to the 1850s. robe changes for “Annie.” political bickering to hurt his “The governor and the
Aaron Crisler, spokesman When contacted again by intentions to position Ohio for Legislature definitely’s not
for Nashville, Tenn.-based Niswonger Performing Arts economic recovery. Kasich beat going to be looking at raising
gospel singers The Nelons, Center Coordinator Laurie Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland taxes, so that means that we
says the group had just begun Thompson, cosmetology in Tuesday’s election. have to cut,” said State Sen.
its first song when a fire alarm instructors Susie Smith and “Changes are coming,” he John Carey, a Republican
sounded. Amy Grothouse immediate- said. “Some of it will be uncom- who chairs the Senate Finance
Crisler says Kelly Nelon ly said yes. fortable for people, but this is Committee.
Clark, her husband Jason This show doesn’t need our chance to save this state. I Carey urged conference
Clark and daughter Amber quite as much help as last don’t think there’s much time attendees to come up with ideas
Nelon Thompson credited year’s, but the students vol- left. Our brand is starting to about how to manage the cuts,
members of the group Beyond unteered to work for several change now and we need to and be prepared to tell state
the Ashes for helping them hours. They steamed cos- rebuild it, and we can.” lawmakers — particularly those
to escape. He says the three tumes, ironed, put costumes Kasich invited ideas for solv- newly elected — why their
members of The Nelons, on racks in the order of ing the state’s looming $4 billion agencies’ or groups’ services are
three singers from Beyond appearance, set up individ- to $8 billion budget deficit and important.
the Ashes and a member of ual actor vanity spaces and welcomed lobbyists and policy State Rep. Ron Amstutz, the
their management team were organized cowboys boots experts to intervene when they top Republican on the House
treated at a hospital for smoke and hats. This year’s vol- see him going astray. He likened Finance and Appropriations
inhalation and released. unteers were seniors Sara government policymaking to the committee, said filling what
The Majestic Theater Gardner from Paulding, process of developing a product he estimated was an $8.4 bil-
has hosted many legendary Amelia Pierce from Wayne for customers. lion budget gap would require
entertainers, including Laurel Trace, Ashley Collins from “If you think I’m going in the many adjustments. “This isn’t
and Hardy, Milton Berle and Continental and Kayla wrong direction, stop me. I don’t going to be one or two or even
Sophie Tucker. Peoples from Lincolnview. want to drive over a cliff, I just three big things that will balance
The cause of the fire is Peoples thought this was want to be a good governor,” he the budget, because that would
under investigation. a great experience. She is said. “And in being a good gov- probably be devastating to some
Photo submitted
the only student who was ernor, I just want you to be part of the services that our state
Ohio whooping also on the crew last year. The four Vantage senior Cosmetology students who of the team; that’s all I want.” delivers.”
cough cases up
This isn’t something we volunteered their time to help backstage for the Oklahoma Kasich then issued a stern The policy conference,
get to do every day. It’s show were, front from left, Ameilia Pierce of Wayne Trace warning for lobbyists to put which featured discussions on
COLUMBUS (AP) — good to do some different and Ashley Collins of Continental; and back, Kayla Peoples aside business as usual or they’d the state’s budget and the recent
State health officials say Ohio things. Pierce would like to of Lincolnview and Sara Gardner of Paulding. be left out of the budget-writing elections, drew a surprise visit
whooping cough cases are minor in drama in college. process that is a livelihood to from Strickland.

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up more than 40 percent this She enjoys the theatre. This girls had been backstage at instructor and Vantage Experience many. The Difference During his impromptu
year, mirroring a trend seen experience really peaked a facility like the NPAC. cosmetology graduate Amy “Please leave the cynicism appearance at the Columbus
elsewhere. her interest in continuing Smith said it’s a great Grothouse said she had and the political maneuvering Convention Center, Strickland
State Health Department with drama. She said she experience for the students some incredible lab expe- at the door, because we need made the former Cuyahoga
spokeswoman Jen House tells had minor roles in com- and could lead some of riences during high school you on the bus,” he said. “And County Democratic chairman
The Columbus Dispatch that munity theatre productions them to consider using but nothing like helping if you’re not on the bus we will who’s been embroiled in a cor-
1,345 cases had been report- and really enjoyed that. their cosmetology skills backstage for a national run over you with the bus. I’m ruption scandal the butt of an
ed statewide by the end of This was the first time the in a theatre setting. Junior touring company. not kidding.” election-year joke.

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POLITICS “Pioneers are seldom from the nobility. There were no Dukes on the Mayflower.”
— Mack Sennett, Canadian-born American movie producer (1880-1960)

Republican gains
set stage for conflict
By ANNE GEARAN or isolationists who could policy achievements, but
The Associated Press split the GOP with debates Republicans have held it up
over the U.S. commitment to in the Senate and Obama is
WASHINGTON — The shaping events abroad. now trying to speed its pas-
big Republican gains in Tea party hero Rand Paul, sage before the new, more
Congress could make it harder now a senator-elect from Republican, Senate arrives.
for President Barack Obama Kentucky, has said the great- On Thursday, Obama used
to keep his pledge to start est threat to U.S. national remarks during a Cabinet
bringing U.S. troops home security is a lack of border meeting to urge the Senate to
from Afghanistan by next control. On his website, Paul ratify the treaty in the lame-
summer and dim prospects also says that “when we must duck session that starts Nov.
for several of his adminis- fight, we declare war as the 15.
tration’s centerpiece military Constitution mandates and “I am hopeful that we can
and diplomatic initiatives. we fight to win.” Congress get that done before we leave
The GOP’s victories seem has not formally declared war and send a strong signal to
likely to derail congressional since World War II. Russia that we are serious

IT WAS NEWS THEN


efforts to repeal the “don’t If the Republicans can about reducing nuclear arse-
Employment ask, don’t tell” ban on gays avoid internal divisions, they nals, but also send a signal
serving openly in the mili- will be able to slow some to the world that we’re seri-
report expected tary, thwart efforts to curb the
growth of Pentagon spend-
Obama programs or policies
and kill others.
ous about nonproliferation,”
Obama said.
One Year Ago
WASHINGTON (AP) — ing and frustrate hopes for On Afghanistan, some Republican Senate leader
• Michelle Schafer of the Delphos Salvation Army Unit;
Newly elected members of quick ratification of a nuclear Republicans say they will Mitch McConnell responded
Edna Fischer, Delphos Community Christmas Project director;
Congress will get a reminder arms control agreement with increase pressure on Obama that he didn’t think there will
and Ken Grothous of the Delphos Optimist Club, showed off today of the economic chal-
the angels available on the Angel Tree at First Financial Bank. Russia. to stick with a war plan they be enough time.
lenges they face in January: More Republicans in generally support, using the Even with majorities in
All Delphos banks have Angel Trees with names of children The jobs report for October is
who need a sponsor’s help to have a brighter Christmas. Washington may also mean bully pulpit of congressional both houses of Congress,
expected to show hiring weak trouble for Obama’s efforts to hearings this spring. Democrats did not give the
and unemployment still high. improve U.S. relations with They will argue that White House what it sought
25 Years Ago — 1985 The outlook for 2011 isn’t
• Funeral mass for Delphos Third Ward Councilman Iran and Cuba and restart dis- Obama’s plan to begin with- — repeal of the “don’t ask,
much better. armament talks with North drawing forces in July 2011 don’t tell” ban on gays serv-
Francis J. “Buck” Weisgerber, 75, will be Wednesday in St. Economists expect the
John’s Church. He died Nov. 4 in St. Rita’s Medical Center. Korea. is arbitrary and that war com- ing openly in the military.
Labor Department to report But the wild card in the manders should not be asked Republicans have even less
He had served three terms as third ward councilman and had that employers added just
previously served 10 years as city treasurer. looming conflict between to yank forces prematurely. inclination to end the ban
60,000 jobs in October, fewer the White House and Capitol “If we see the White House now.
• Winners were announced in the Ottoville Jaycee-sponsored than the 100,000 needed to
soccer tri-skills which were held recently in Ottoville. They Hill, especially the new beginning to discuss with- Obama said Wednesday
keep pace with population
were Gary German, Missy Calvelage, Jamie Turnwald, Chad Republican-controlled House, drawing, and the conditions that he considers the ban
growth — and far fewer than
Heitmeyer, Jeremy Leis, Nathan Ricker, Guy Turnwald, Brad could be tea party candidates aren’t right on the ground, unjust and said there is still
the 200,000 needed to start
Horstman, Olivia Knippen, Terry Burgei, Paul Kroeger and elected Tuesday. you’re going to see us talk time to repeal it before the
returning the 15 million unem-
Jaylene Schnipke. More than 30 tea party about the importance of new Congress arrives.
ployed Americans to work.
• Jenny Vogt of Delphos Gymnastics Academy qualified As a result, the unem- candidates won election to keeping focused,” said Adam “This should not be a par-
in the juniors 12 to 14-year-old division for the state United ployment rate is expected to Congress, according to an Kinzinger, a Republican and tisan issue,” he said. “You’ve
States Gymnastic Federation Class III competitions. Last remain 9.6 percent for a third analysis by The Associated former Air Force pilot who got a sizable portion of the
Sunday in Toledo, she qualified for state with a bronze medal straight month. Press, enough to affect some won a House seat in Illinois American people squarely
performance in the all-around. The jobs report will also policy decisions. Some with tea party support. behind the notion that folks
likely illustrate why the haven’t staked out clear The arms control treaty who are willing to serve on
50 Years Ago — 1960 Federal Reserve felt it need- national security priorities, called New START is one our behalf should be treated
• Four hundred five-seven persons ate more than 2,000 ed to announce Wednesday while others are libertarians of Obama’s top foreign fairly and equally.”

Obama may compromise


pancakes at the second annual Lions Club Pancake Day here a plan to buy $600 billion in
Tuesday, it has been announced by John Pitsenbarger, club Treasury bonds. Those pur-
president. All proceeds from the affair will go into the sight chases are intended to lower
conservation fund of the organization. Since 1957, when the interest rates on mortgages

on Bush tax cut extension


Lions started the sight program, the group has spent more and other loans and help boost
than $500 to buy glasses for Delphos school children who the economy.
needed glasses and could not afford to buy them. In addition Since new members of the
the group helps maintain an eye research clinic in Cincinnati. House and Senate won’t take By ANDREW TAYLOR 2001 and 2003, are due to and Means Committee in
Pitsenbarger was general chairman of the event this year office until January, the bur- The Associated Press expire Dec. 31. They include January.
and was assisted by the following committee heads: Gene den of trying to energize the lower income tax rates, a Even before the election,
Buettner, ticket committee; Herb Dunlap, promotion commit- economy will fall initially on WASHINGTON — A pos- $1,000 per-child tax credit, Democrats were splintered
tee, and Walt Heidenreich, serving committee. current members. They will sible compromise on extend- relief for married couples and over Obama’s plan to raise
meet in a so-called lame-duck ing Bush-era tax cuts for rich lower taxes on investments taxes on people with high
75 Years Ago — 1935 session Nov. 15. and poor alike — at least for and large estates. incomes. The GOP might win
• Francis Fast, Delphos, who has been employed for some Many economists think a while — is in the works Gibbs said the White a showdown if it came to that
time past an assistant relief auditor in Van Wert County, has lawmakers will extend the after the Republican triumph House wants the issue dealt in the current Congress.
been given a promotion. Fast, who is a son of Mrs. Rose Fast, 2001 and 2003 tax cuts, which in midterm elections. with before Jan. 1 so that tax- The obvious — and per-
received word that he has been named as relief auditor of are scheduled to expire at the A day after President payers will avoid seeing more haps only — way to get an
Darke County under the Works Program Administration. end of this year. Obama had Barack Obama signaled flex- money withheld from their agreement this year is for a
• The members of the Ella Huber Delphian Chapter met favored letting the tax cuts ibility on taxes following the paychecks or being hit by the one- or two-year extension of
with Mrs. Martin Shenk, West Sixth Street. Mrs. H. M. lapse for the highest-earning “shellacking” voters deliv- higher alternative minimum
Viel discussed Verdi’s “Aida.” A review of Anne Morrow 2 percent of taxpayers. But all the tax cuts. The incoming
ered to Democrats, White tax. This would produce an Congress and Obama would
Lindbergh’s “North of the Orient” was given by Mrs. Shenk. Republicans have pushed to House press secretary Robert average $3,700 higher tax bill
The next regular meeting will be held in two weeks with Mrs. make them permanent for then have plenty of time to
Gibbs said Obama is willing come April for some 30 mil- sort it out later.
T. P. Critchfield, South Main Street. everyone. to consider a compromise for lion middle-income families.
• A group of Ottoville residents were in Columbus Saturday On Thursday, White House “There’s bipartisan oppo-
a one- or two-year extension “I think what the president sition to raising taxes on any-
to attend the Notre Dame-Ohio State football game. Among spokesman Robert Gibbs said
of the full roster of tax cuts, believes is that we have both body,” said Senate Minority
those present at the game were: Rev. Father J. S. Arnoldi, Obama would be open to
even for families earning houses coming back and that Leader Mitch McConnell,
Marie and John Ulrich, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schweller, Mr. and extending the cuts for upper-
more than $250,000 a year. this is an issue that must and
Mrs. L. J. Wannemacher, L. W. Heckmann, Albert Warnecke, income earners for one or two R-Ky. “What I hope we’ll
years. “He’d be open to having has to be dealt with in that
Syl. Odenweller, Dr. and Mrs. O. J. Fatum and Frederick do is come together ... and
The economy is likely to that discussion,” Gibbs said. session,” Gibbs said.
Koenig. Obama’s long-standing Republicans welcomed the agree to extend the current
remain sluggish either way, tax policy for everyone.”
and many economists see position has been that indi- developments but expressed
viduals with incomes less caution since the White House McConnell spokes-
unemployment remaining man Don Stewart said the
Moderately above 9 percent through next than $200,000 a year and
couples making less than
hasn’t been more explicit.
“I take any signal that the Republican Senate leader
year.
Confused “Nobody is expecting rapid $250,000 should continue to president may be backing off is amenable to a two-year
extension.
economic growth in the near enjoy the tax cuts enacted his pledge to raise taxes on
during George W. Bush’s small businesses as a good Gibbs reiterated that
future,” said Zach Pandl,
an economist at Nomura presidency, but that those sign, but we have to see where Obama won’t go along with
Securities. “The economy still making more should return to this discussion goes,” said a permanent extension of the
has a lot of challenges in front the higher rates before Bush Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., upper bracket tax cuts, which
of it.” took office. who will become chairman of would cost about $700 billion
That’s why the Federal The tax cuts, enacted in the tax-writing House Ways over the upcoming decade.
Reserve wants to spur more
borrowing and spending, boost
the economy and encourage Bachmann bids for GOP leadership
more hiring. By LAURIE KELLMAN making him the next House Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa,
“The job market remains The Associated Press speaker, is endorsing no one. said Bachmann is a talented
quite weak,” Fed Chairman His lieutenants are lining up communicator who would
Ben Bernanke wrote in a com- WASHINGTON — Self- behind Rep. Jeb Hensarling represent the views of the
mentary published Thursday proclaimed tea party leader of Texas, leaving no doubt more than 30 newly elect-
in the Washington Post. “A Michele Bachmann’s bid for that Hensarling — and not ed tea partiers who helped
large number of people can a top Republican post in the Bachmann — is the lead- return the House majority to
find only part-time work, and House received a cool reac- ership favorite to chair the Republicans.
a substantial fraction of the GOP conference. “The new majority-mak-
unemployed have been out of tion Thursday from Speaker-
to-be John Boehner, an early “There are few who ers need to have a voice
work six months or longer.” inside the leadership team,”
But the Fed’s efforts like- test of how GOP leaders have done as much for the
will treat the antiestablish- Republican team as Jeb,” King said. Hensarling is said
ly won’t do much to reduce to have lined up dozens of
unemployment anytime soon, ment movement’s winners in the expected House major-
Tuesday’s elections. ity leader, Eric Cantor of endorsements for the lead-
economists said. That’s partly ership elections scheduled
because many Americans are “Constitutional con- Virginia, said in a statement.
to take place after Congress
reducing their debts — and servatives deserve a loud Departing conference returns Nov. 15.
will use the new lower interest and clear voice in leader- chairman Mike Pence of Boehner is careful to
rates toward that effort — and ship!” Bachmann, R-Minn., Indiana also endorsed avoid alienating either one.
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grew up very poor in They spent hours
a little Texas house. swatting at mosqui- Mon.-Thurs.: 4:30/7:00 The Other Guys (PG-13) 1:20/4:20/7:15/ 9:30
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named Carol Davis
toes, chasing out liz-
ards and stepping on
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2:00/4:15/6:30/8:45; Sun.: 2:00/4:30/7:00;
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her wealthy father also chased bats out 2:00/4:15/6:30/8:45; Sun.: 2:00/4:30/7:00; The Other Guys (PG-13) 1:20/4:20/7:15
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1-4 p.m. — Interfaith Thrift his daughter to stay Toy Story 3 (G) 1:00/4:00/6:45
Store is open for shopping. away from Johnson; • The first elevator American Mall Stadium 12
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SATURDAY be anything. Lyndon was installed during Saturday and Sunday
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Thrift Store is open for shop- he would someday become took two months to install Due Date (R) 2:15/4:40/7:25/10:00
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St. Vincent DePaul Society, Megamind 3D (PG) 2:00/2:30/4:30/5:00/7
located at the east edge of the • Franklin Roosevelt’s staff on the roof. It was so heavy
tried to hide his handicap, it greatly damaged the timber :15/7:45/9:50
St. John’s High School park- Saw 3D: The Final Chapter (R)
fearing people would think frames. After is was finished,
ing lot, is open. The facil- 2:05/4:35/6:50/7:20/9:35
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SPORTS
Jays clean up Jays set to open playoffs
MAC awards
The St. John’s football Ryan Densel.
By JIM METCALFE
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com
Four Blue Jay senior offen-
sive linemen have 10-plus
pancake blocks, led by Austin
It might be a matter of Vogt (20), Joey Grubenhoff
about a spread team is that completion percent — 2,608
they will complete some yards, 30 TDs, 13 picks; 100
passes; it’s inevitable. We’ve rushes, 470 yards, seven TDs.
faced it enough to know they He has a lot of weapons around
team grabbed the Midwest Others on the team a movable force meeting an (16), Alex Recker (13) and will,” Schulte acknowledged. him: Nathan Stark (junior; 61
Athletic Conference title were Long (lineman), Greg irresistible object tonight in a Derek Klaus (12). However, “The key is to force them to catches, 753 yards, 7 scores),
in 2010 and dominated the Schwieterman (defensive Region 22 quarterfinal play- Grubenhoff is definitely play another play; be solid in Caleb Stark (6-4, 222-pound
All-MAC units as well as back); junior lineman Dustin off game at Stadium Park as out with a knee injury, with our tackling and not let them senior; 42 receptions, 620
selected by the coaches. Noffsinger (Anna), senior top-ranked and top-seeded St. senior Vinny Wiley taking turn a 4-yard gain into 40. yards, 9 TDs), junior dual
Seniors Jordan Leininger inside linebacker: Aaron John’s (10-0) hosts Edgerton over the left-guard slot. Secondly, don’t let the quar- threat Jimmy Radabaugh (36
(co-offensive Player of the Rammel (Coldwater), senior (7-3). “That’s a real shame about terback sit back there with catches, 411 yards, 10 tal-
Year) and Chris Pohlman outside linebacker Brandon Or an immovable force Joey; he works really hard time; force him to be uncom- lies; 36 totes, 221 yards, 4
(co-defensive POY) and Arling (Marion Local), facing an irresistible object. and I feel for him,” Schulte fortable. Finally, we want to scores; 1 kickoff return TD),
head coach Todd Schulte senior defensive back Dylan In the first place, the St. said. run the football and control sophomore wideout Hunter
(Coach of the Year) earned Schwieterman (St. Henry) John’s running game The Jays the clock. That keeps Flower (22 grabs,
individual accolades for and senior corner Damian averages 247.7 yards will match that their offense off the 366 yards, 3 scores),
leading the team to a 10-0 Winner (Versailles). per game (337.7 yards Edgerton attack field.” senior back William
mark (the seventh perfect Second-teamers include total, with a 34.4- with a defense led The Jays com- Reynolds (59 rush-
regular season in program Fogt and Kaiser (inside line- point average) versus by Chris Pohlman pleted their seventh es, 326 yards, 3) and
history, not fifth as previ- backer), Siefring (outside a Bulldog defense that (50 solo stops, 30 perfect regular sea- senior kicker Bill
ously reported). linebacker), Stewart (cor- cedes 245.7 yards rush- assists; 3 sacks), son in the program’s Radabaugh (3-of-8
Blue Jays on the ner), senior Cody ing per game (424.3 Kyle Neumeier history (not fifth as field goals, 35-of-
first-team offense total) and 24 points. (37 and 37), Dylan was reported) with a 47 extra points, 44
Brinkman for St.
On the other side, Dancer (31 and 29; 50-16 bashing of New points; 23 punts,
besides Leininger John’s (lineman); the Blue Jays’ defense 5 fumble recover- Bremen Saturday. 34.7-yard average).
at quarterback were Anna’s Caleb gives up a measly 8.3 Grubenhoff ies; full go after “We started slow Wiley
seniors Alex Recker Maurer (junior points and 197.9 yards an injury), Cody because they played
at center, Joey outside linebacker) (113.5 passing) per game Brinkman (30 and 17, 3 an entirely different defense For the defense, senior
Grubenhoff at guard, and junior safe- that will go against a high- sacks), Derek Klaus (30 and we hadn’t worked on. Once Wyatt Herman (35 solos,
Austin Vogt at tackle ty Wes Wolters; powered Bulldog attack that 14; 4 sacks, 16 quarterback we made the adjustments, we 66 assists) leads the way,
and tailback Evan Coldwater’s Kyle scores 33.6 points a game and harassments; 3 fumble recov- were fine,” Schulte added. along with sophomore Jacob
Burgei. Post (senior end) averages 401.3 yards (276 eries), A.J. Klausing (25 and “We faced a lot of expec- Adams (33 and 50; 6 sacks),
Coldwater senior Pohlman and sophomore passing). 10), Recker (15 and 16; 7 tations this season but this Bill Radabaugh (24 and 40;
receiver Reese Klenke corner Caleb All in all, St. John’s coach quarterback harassments; 30 senior group has done a nice 3 picks, 2 fumble recover-
was co-offensive POY, the Siefring; Marion Local’s Todd Schulte is a bit con- punts, 35.1-yard average) job of keeping things even- ies), senior William Reynolds
only Cavalier that earned senior Trevor Jacobs (line- cerned about tonight. and Ryan Densel (4 picks). keeled and no letting us look (22 and 41), senior Jimmy
first-team on offense. man) and junior end Jack “They run that spread However, junior defensive ahead. We have taken it one Newman (19 and 31; 3 fum-
Co-runner-up Marion Homan; and the Versailles offense and it’s comparable back Tanner Calvelage has game at a time; we’ve played ble recoveries) and senior
Local put five on the unit, duo of senior Joey Brandt to the one that Versailles been limited this week due in enough big games.” Kyle Carlin (2 picks).
all seniors: receiver Greg (lineman) and junior Aaron uses. At times, they have one to injury. Turnovers are the key However, the Bulldogs
Schwieterman, guard Grant McNeilan (safety). back but mostly they have The Blue Jays have their for the Bulldogs (4-3 in the only have 32 players on the
Lochtefeld, tackle Jason H O N O R A B L E no backs and five wides,” own set of skill people, led Green Meadows Conference) roster.
Reichert, tailback Niles MENTION: Schulte noted. “Their runs are by Evan Burgei (142 rushes, of head man Kevin Kline. “Obviously, we can-
Keller and kicker Mitch St. John’s: Justin mostly with the quarterback 959 yards, 15 scores; 6 grabs, “If you look at our season, not turn the ball over. St.
Bergman. Grothouse (senior (Brody Flegal). One thing 40 yards, 1 score), Jordan which has been up and down, John’s isn’t No. 1 for noth-
Co-runner-up tight end), Tanner they do we haven’t faced yet Leininger (113 rushes, 789 that’s it. In our seven wins, ing,” Kline added. “You can
Anna had three first- Calvelage (junior is their no-huddle attack; they yards, 7 tallies; 56-of-110 we are plus-12 in that depart- see by how they play; they
teamers: senior tight receiver/defen- also vary the pace. If things passing, 864 yards — 50.9 ment; in our three losses, we don’t just have great players,
end Alex Fogt, senior sive back), Jordan are going good, they speed completion percentage — 13 are minus-16,” Kline said. they are well-coached and
running back Dexter Bergfeld (junior it up; when they aren’t, they TDs, 1 pick), Jordan Bergfeld “We haven’t been as consis- disciplined. They don’t beat
Bensman and junior running back). slow it down. They have a lot (60 carries, 413 yards, 6 tent this year as we’d hoped; themselves.
punter Maverick Anna: Jay of weapons on the perimeter. scores; 8 grabs, 101 yards, we’ve had moments but “We’ve seen some option
Long. Meyer, Cole “Defensively they use a 1 score), Tyler Bergfeld (20 we’ve also hurt ourselves. this year but definitely not
St. Henry senior Furgason. 5-3/3-5 look; they flex their catches, 357 yards, 8 tallies; “Defensively, we gradu- like they use it. The option
wideout Cory Coldwater: Brad ends, either up on the line or 8 kickoff returns, 31.1-yard ated a lot from last year and forces you to do your assign-
Leininger
Siefring is the final Buening, Jordan standing up. Their defense average, 1 score), Justin we’ve been fortunate that the ment every play, plus their
member of the unit. Chapin, Ross Wermert, ends are more like outside Grothouse (8 grabs, 132 seniors we have stepped up other plays are a concern.
The second team has two Dustin Gillis. linebackers. That’s a little yards, 1 score) and Josh Rode and played well.” Offensively, we have to be
Blue Jays: Recker at punter different look for out line- (3-of-4 field goals, 36-of-38 Flegal, a 6-3 junior, is a more balanced and hang onto
Ft. Recovery: Aaron men; are those guys coming extra points, 45 points). dual-threat at quarterback: the football.”
and senior Tyler Bergfeld at Vagedes (punter and run- or dropping back?” “The one thing you know 200-of-330 passing — 60.61 Kickoff is 7:30 p.m.
wide receiver. ning back), Jacob Whitacre,

Sparky
Joining them are a trio of Kenny Wenning, Ryan
Flyers: senior running back Schoen, Adam Rohrer.
Alex Post, senior Marion Local:
quarterback Ryan Craig Grieshop, (Continued from page 1) Tony La Russa, Bobby Cox and He was voted into Cooperstown got him fired. Cardinals’ gen-
Mescher and junior Josh Berning, Alex Hall-of-Famer. Joe Torre. His overall record by the Veterans Committee. eral manager Bob Howsam gave
tight end Kellen Rosenbeck. George “Sparky” Anderson was 2,194-1,834 and he was Even then, he showed his him a second chance to manage
got his nickname in the minor a 2-time AL Manager of the usual self-deprecation. Anderson in the minors, then moved to
Goettemoeller; the Minster: Mitchel leagues because of his spirited Year. had refused to step foot inside Cincinnati to build the Reds.
Anna trio of senior Poeppelman, Dan play. He made it to the majors He had the right touch with the Hall until 2000 because he When he needed a big-league
running back Danny Gushing (offense for only one season, batting .218 superstars and it came in handy felt unworthy. manager there, he decided to
Stewart and juniors and defense), for the Phillies in 1959. when he led the star-studded For a long time, he was a call Anderson, who was shocked
Drew Guisinger (cen- Ryan Will, Chase Anderson learned to control Reds to World Series wins in long shot to make the Hall. to get the chance. The youngest
ter) and tackle Nick Paxson (Offense a temper that nearly scuttled his 1975-76. The only notable thing about manager in the majors at age
Reier; Coldwater Schulte and defense), fledgling career as a manager “He was a people person,” Anderson as a player was his 35, he signed the $28,500 con-
senior Cody Homan Travis Flaute, Evan in the minors and went on to Morgan, a Hall of Fame second prematurely graying hair and his tract — by far the most money
(tackle) and junior kicker Eshelman, Jared Sekas, become one of baseball’s best baseman, told The Associated nickname. He was playing for
he’d ever made — and set out
Troy Otten; Minster seniors Zach Holscher. at running a team. And he won Press. “I don’t think anybody Fort Worth in the Texas League
with a humility that couldn’t else could have managed that to make himself known in a city
Ben Heitbrink (center) and New Bremen: Calib Cox, in 1955 when a radio announcer,
obscure his unique ability to team nearly as well as he did. taken by his feisty play, started asking: Sparky who?
running back Adam Kaiser; Tom Staton, Tony Brown, Howsam assembled one
two receivers from Versailles Trevor Wynk, Nick Homan. manage people. We had a lot of different person- calling him Sparky.
“I got good players, stayed alities. Sparky was able to deal The name stuck. He didn’t. of the most talented teams of
in senior Jordan Monnin and Parkway: Jason Ford, out of their way, let them win with all of us on an individual Anderson made it to the majors all time — Bench, Morgan,
junior Mitchell Campbell; Joel Cesar, Hank Bevington, a lot and then just hung around basis but also collectively as a in 1959 but was back in the Rose, Tony Perez, Ken Griffey
and St. Henry junior guard Tyler Deitsch. for 26 years,” he said during his team.” minors the next year and soon Sr., George Foster, Davey
Mitchell Rinderle. St. Henry: Kyle Stahl, Hall of Fame acceptance speech Anderson won four National realized it was time to think Concepcion. Anderson was
Anna senior end Cody Dominic Leugers, Alex in 2000. League pennants in Cincinnati about another career. charged with making it work.
Bensman was co-defensive Post, Matt Steinbrunner. Of course, there was a lot from 1970-78, then was stung He decided to try managing. Anderson’s plaque in
POY. Versailles: McNeilann more to him. He liked to twist when the Reds fired him after That almost flamed out, too. Cooperstown calls him “the
Joining inside linebacker (offense), Damian Winner the language, using double-neg- consecutive second-place fin- His first job was managing a crank that turned the Big Red
Pohlman on the first-team (quarterback, kicker and atives to make a roundabout ishes. Anderson took his disap- minor-league team in Toronto Machine,” and his players agree
defense were senior team- punter), Caden Leichty point. He also reassessed things pointment to the other league in 1964. He was overly aggres- that it fit. Bench noted that
mates Dylan Dancer at (offense and defense), James constantly. and won there, too, directing the sive in his strategy and argued Anderson treated his players
outside linebacker, safety Wilker, Monnin (defense), Anderson’s win total trails Tigers to the 1984 champion- every close call with umpires, respectfully and was always on
only those of Mack, McGraw, ship and a division title in 1987. showing a short fuse that soon top of game strategy.
Bergfeld and end Derek Mike Rutschilling, Jacob
Klaus and junior cornerback Heitkamp.
Regional Quarter Final Pairings
NBA Glance DIVISION I (All Games at 7
p.m. Saturday)
Region 1: 8 Brecksville-
1 Columbus Marion-Franklin (10-
0); 7 Dresden Tri-Valley (8-2) at 2
New Albany (10-0); 6 Columbus St.
7:30 p.m. today)
Region 13: 8 Perry (6-4)
at 1 Akron Manchester (10-0); 7
Region 19: 8 Coal Grove
Dawson-Bryant (8-2) at 1 Oak Hill
(9-1); 7 Woodsfield Monroe Central
The Associated Press Denver 2 2 .500 1 Broadview Heights (7-3) at 1 Solon Charles (5-4) at 3 Uniontown Lake Garrettsville Garfield (8-2) at (8-2) at 2 Fredericktown (10-0); 6
Utah 2 2 .500 1 (10-0); 7 Warren G. Harding (8-2) (7-3); 5 Sunbury Big Walnut (8-2) at 2 Chagrin Falls (9-1); 6 Cortland West Lafayette Ridgewood (10-0) at
EASTERN CONFERENCE Minnesota 1 4 .200 2 1/2 at 2 Cleveland Glenville (10-0); 6 4 Canal Winchester (9-1) Lakeview (8-2) at 3 St. Clairsville 3 Wheelersburg (8-2); 5 Nelsonville-
Mentor (7-3) at 3 Lakewood St. Region 8: 8 Dayton Carroll (7-3) (8-2); 5 Campbell Memorial (9-1) at York (8-2) at 4 Minford (8-2)
Atlantic Division Pacific Division Edward (10-0); 5 Willoughby South at 1 Cincinnati Winton Woods (9-1); 4 Martins Ferry (7-2) Region 20: 8 Hamilton Badin
W L Pct GB W L Pct GB (9-1) at 4 Austintown-Fitch (9-1) 7 New Carlisle Tecumseh (7-3) at 2 Region 14: 8 Mansfield Ontario (5-5) at 1 Richwood North Union
Boston 4 1 .800 — L.A. Lakers 5 0 1.000 — Region 2: 8 Medina (8-2) at 1 Kings Mills Kings (9-1); 6 Cincinnati (7-3) at 1 Bellville Clear Fork (9-1); (10-0); 7 Cin. Summit Country Day
New Jersey 2 2 .500 1 1/2 Golden State 3 1 .750 1 1/2 Canton McKinley (8-2); 7 Twinsburg Mount Healthy (8-2) at 6 Cincinnati 7 Huron (7-3) at 2 Elyria Catholic (7-3) at 2 West Jefferson (10-0); 6
New York 2 2 .500 1 1/2 Sacramento 3 2 .600 2 (9-1) at 2 Sylvania Southview (10- Turpin (9-1); 5 Harrison (5-5) at 4 (9-1); 6 Wooster Triway (8-2) at 3 Lees Creek East Clinton (8-2) at
Toronto 1 3 .250 2 1/2 Phoenix 1 3 .250 3 1/2 0); 6 Massillon Washington (7-3) at Trotwood-Madison (8-2) Orrville (7-3); 5 Ottawa-Glandorf 3 Cincinnati Hills Christian Acad.
Philadelphia 1 4 .200 3 L.A. Clippers 1 4 .200 4 3 Toledo Whitmer (9-1); 5 Fremont DIVISION III (All Games at 7 (8-2) at 4 Genoa Area (10-0) (7-3); 5 Coldwater (7-3) at 4 Anna
——— Ross (9-1) at 4 Toledo St. John’s p.m. Saturday) Region 15: 8 Coshocton (8-2) at (8-2)
Southeast Division Jesuit (9-1) Region 9: 8 Hunting Valley 1 Ironton (8-2) DIVISION VI (All Games at
W L Pct GB Thursday’s Results Region 3: 8 Troy (8-2) at 1 University School (7-3) at 1 Parma 7 Albany Alexander (8-2) at 2 7:30 p.m. today)
Atlanta 5 0 1.000 — New York 120, Chicago 112 Pickerington Central (9-0); 7 Padua Franciscan (7-3); 7 Akron St. Heath (9-1); 6 Amanda-Clearcreek Region 21: 8 Dalton (7-3) at 1
Miami 4 1 .800 1 Oklahoma City 107, Portland 106, Columbus Northland (8-2) at 2 Vincent-St. Mary (6-4) at 2 Hubbard (7-3) at 3 Columbus Bishop Hartley Bucyrus Wynford (10-0); 7 New
Orlando 2 1 .667 2 Hilliard Davidson (10-0); 6 Hilliard (8-2); 6 Youngstown Cardinal Washington Buckeye Central (9-1)
OT (8-2); 5 Portsmouth West (8-2) at 4 at 2 Mogadore (10-0); 6 Monroeville
Washington 1 2 .333 3 Today’s Games Darby (8-2) at 3 Springfield (8-2); Mooney (5-4) at 3 Mogadore Field Sparta Highland (8-2)
Charlotte 1 3 .250 3 1/2 5 Dublin Coffman (8-2) at 4 (7-3); 5 Poland Seminary (7-3) at 4 (8-2) at 3 Thompson Ledgemont
Milwaukee at Indiana, 7 p.m. Region 16: 8 Cincinnati Taft (10-0); 5 McDonald (8-2) at 4 Berlin
New Jersey at Orlando, 7 p.m. Westerville South (8-2) Akron Buchtel (7-3) (7-3) at 1 Clarksville Clinton-Massie
Central Division Region 4: 8 Huber Heights Region 10: 8 Columbus St. Center Western Reserve (9-1)
W L Pct GB Cleveland at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. (10-0); 7 Waynesville (8-2) at 2 Region 22: 8 Edgerton (7-3)
Wayne (7-3) at 1 Middletown (10- Francis DeSales (5-5) at 1 Columbus
Chicago 2 2 .500 — Charlotte at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. 0); 7 Hamilton (7-3) at 2 Cincinnati Bishop Watterson (8-1); 7 Shelby Plain City Jonathan Alder (9-1); 6 at 1 Delphos St. John’s (10-0); 7
Indiana 2 2 .500 — Washington at New York, 7:30 p.m. Colerain (10-0); 6 Cincinnati St. (8-2) at 2 Clyde (9-1); 6 Columbus Kettering Archbishop Alter (8-2) at 3 Fremont St. Joseph Central Catholic
Cleveland 1 3 .250 1 Atlanta at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Xavier (5-4) at 3 Cincinnati LaSalle Eastmoor Academy (6-3) at 3 Tiffin Cincinnati North College Hill (10-0); (9-1) at 2 McComb (10-0); 6 Toledo
Milwaukee 1 4 .200 1 1/2 Miami at New Orleans, 8 p.m. (9-1); 5 Centerville (8-2) at 4 Columbian (9-1); 5 Elida (8-2) at 4 5 Kenton (9-1) at 4 Carlisle (10-0) Christian (8-2) at 3 Sycamore
Detroit 0 5 .000 2 1/2 Chicago at Boston, 8 p.m. Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (7-3) Tipp City Tippecanoe (9-1) DIVISION V (All Games at 7 Mohawk (9-1); 5 Leipsic (9-1) at
Memphis at Phoenix, 10 p.m. DIVISION II (All Games at Region 11: 8 Minerva (8-2) at 1 p.m. Saturday) 4 Ada (9-1)
WESTERN CONFERENCE Utah at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. today) Alliance Marlington (10-0); 7 Dover Region 17: 8 North Lima South Region 23: 8 Glouster Trimble
Toronto at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m. Region 5: 8 Kent Roosevelt (8-2) (8-2) at 2 Steubenville (8-2); 6 Salem Range (7-3) at 1 Yougstown Ursuline (7-3) at 1 Shadyside (9-1); 7
Southwest Division L.A. Clippers at Denver, 10:30 p.m. at 1 Tallmadge (10-0); 7 Chagrin (8-2) at 3 Thornville Sheridan (10- (10-0); 7 Independence (8-2) at 2 Salineville Southern (8-2) at
W L Pct GB Falls (8-2) at 2 Mentor Lake Catholic 0); 5 Newark Licking Valley at 4 Kirtland (10-0); 6 Hanoverton 2 Bridgeport (10-0); 6 Lancaster
Saturday’s Games United (7-3) at 3 Cuyahoga Heights
New Orleans 4 0 1.000 — (9-1); 6 Ashland (8-2) at 3 Copley East Liverpool (8-2) Fairfield Christian Academy (9-0) at
Orlando at Charlotte, 7 p.m. (9-1); 5 Creston Norwayne (8-2) at 4 3 Newark Catholic (7-3); 5 Malvern
Dallas 3 1 .750 1 Cleveland at Washington, 7 p.m. (9-1); 5 Aurora (8-2) at 4 Ashland Region 12: 8 Wash. C.H.
San Antonio 3 1 .750 1 (8-2) Washington (8-2) at 1 Springfield Columbiana Crestview (9-1) (7-3) at 4 Willow Wood Symmes
New Jersey at Miami, 7:30 p.m. Region 18: 8 Northwood (7-3) Valley (9-1)
Memphis 2 3 .400 2 1/2 Region 6: 8 Sandusky (6-4) at 1 Shawnee (9-1); 7 Dayton Dunbar
Houston 0 4 .000 4 New Orleans at Milwaukee, 8:30 at 1 Archbold (10-0); 7 Jeromesville Region 24: 8 Minster (5-5)
p.m. Avon (10-0); 7 Maumee (7-3) at 2 (7-3) at 2 Cin. Archbishop
Northwest Division Avon Lake (8-2); 6 Cleveland John McNicholas (8-2); 6 Cincinnati Hillsdale (9-1) at 2 Collins Western at 1 Springfield Catholic Central
Houston at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Reserve (10-0); 6 Columbia Station (9-1); 7 Lockland (6-4) at 2 Sidney
L.A. Clippers at Utah, 9 p.m. F. Kennedy (7-3) at 3 Olmsted Falls Wyoming (9-1) at 3 St. Bernard
W L Pct GB (7-3); 5 Maple Heights (10-0) at 4 Roger Bacon (7-3); 5 Jackson (9-1) Columbia (9-1) at 3 Hamler Patrick Lehman Catholic (9-1); 6 Ansonia
Portland 4 2 .667 — Denver at Dallas, 9 p.m. Henry (9-1); 5 Defiance Tinora (9-1) at 3 Covington (10-0); 5 Maria
Toronto at Portland, 10 p.m. Toledo Central Catholic (8-2) at 4 Eaton (10-0)
Oklahoma City 3 2 .600 1/2 Region 7: 8 Zanesville (9-1) at DIVISION IV (All Games at (10-0) at 4 Lima Central Catholic Stein Marion Local (8-2) at 4 Fort
Memphis at Sacramento, 10 p.m. (9-1) Loramie (8-2)
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screen, very computer readers to contact The
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classified ad buy is sim- inside and out. No smok- ize to you. 0 Down, Home
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138. entering into any agree-
600 Apts. for Rent
dependable, knowledge
of eBay and antiques a ment involving financing,
36 Onassis, e.g. 10 Tailless cat state
040 Services
0 DOWN, warranty, free
plus. If interested send business opportunities, or appliances, Remodeled 38 Hunts for food 12 Took big steps 47 Is, to Pedro
39 Worn-down 16 Currier’s 50 Mont. neighbor
resume to Coins, Cur- work at home opportuni- home. A great country 4
1 BDRM Apt. 321 S. Ca-
pencil partner 51 1040 org.
rency and Collectibles, ties. The BBB will assist bed, 1 1/2 Bath home
LAMP REPAIR nal St. Available Soon.
40 Corp. exec 20 Actor Beatty
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Come to our store. 45833 by 11/19/10. notice provided as a cus- 2 BDRM Apt. 317 S. Ca- paint, landscape, new
Hohenbrink TV. tomer service by The Del- nal St. (419)695-2761 central air, water 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
419-695-1229 phos Herald.) heater, new lighting, up-
2 BR Remodeled apt in 11 12 13 14
dated plumbing and elec-
080 Help Wanted
Ottoville. Excellent loca-
290 Wanted to Buy
PROFESSIONALLY RE- tric, some new
WARDING position for a tion. W/D Hook-up. No
registered nurse in Lima smoking/No pets. Refer-
windows, 19176 Venedo- 15 16 17
cia-Eastern Rd., Venedo-
specialist’s office. Must be ences required.
cia. 419-586-8220.
FULL-TIME SECRETARY
position available.
detailed oriented and able
to work alternate Saturday
Raines 419-233-7911.
www.creativehomebuying- 18 19 20
Wanted: Dependable, en-
ergetic person that works
mornings. Competitive Jewelry 2 BR, 2 BA, 1 story Apt.
at Kalida Golf Course. At-
solutions.com
21 22
Auto Repairs/
810 Parts/Acc.
compensation package
well with others. Position with 401K. Send replies to Cash for Gold tached garage. No pets.
419-302-7724
will eventually assume Box 147 c/o Delphos Her- Scrap Gold, Gold Jewelry, 23 24 25 26 27 28
most office duties in a rap- ald, 405 N. Main St., Del- Silver coins, Silverware, Pocket LARGE 2 BDRM, 1 1/2
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Midwest Ohio 29 30 31 32
Delphos. Some bookkeep- Stove/Refrig. included.
ing, MS Word, & Excel are 2330 Shawnee Rd.
a must. QuickBooks is SMALL WORLD DAY Lima $450/mo. & deposit. Auto Parts 33 34 35
(419)203-6810
helpful, but not necessary. CARE looking for loving, (419) 229-2899 Specialist
Weekdays 8am-5pm. caring, and fun person to SPACIOUS 2 BDRM Apt.
Windshields Installed, New 36 37 38
Send replies to Box 146 work 2-5 pm also seeking for rent. Heating bills paid,
c/o Delphos Herald, 405
N. Main St., Delphos, OH
a sub. Please send
resume to:
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quired. No pets. No smok-
Lights, Grills, Fenders,Mirrors,
Hoods, Radiators 39 40
45833. smallworld@bright.net ing. Call: (419)302-6017 4893 Dixie Hwy, Lima
NEW, QUEEN plush top 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
mattress, never used, still
620 Duplex For Rent 1-800-589-6830
OPEN HOUSE sealed in original wrapper.
$75.00. (260)220-1596. 48 49 50 51
Dawn to dusk Fri., Sat. & Sun.
UPRIGHT PIANO, refin-
1 BDRM Duplex. 702 N.
Main St., water, sewage
840 Mobile Homes 52 53 54
19176 Venedocia- ished oak. Needs tuned and garbage included.
Eastern Rd., $200. Two antique dress- Stove & refrigerator. W/D RENT OR Rent to Own. 2
55 56 57
ers, one with mirror. $300. bedroom, 1 bath mobile
Venedocia Hookup. Deposit. No Pets.

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0 down, warranty, free appliances, 815-451-0454. (419)236-2722 home. 419-692-3951. NOTICE TO Bidders
Remodeled home. A great country 4 Sealed proposals will be
890 Autos for Sale
bed, 1 1/2 Bath home in Lincolnview school district. Has new carpet, paint, received at the Ottoville
landscape, new central air, water heater, new lighting, updated plumbing Fire Department, 102
and electric, some new windows.
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GOLD 950 Home Improvement 950 Transmission Sealed proposals will be Ohio Administrative Code
head and may have even as genital warts, one of
suffered a concussion. the most common types
received at the Ottoville Chapter 123, the Gover-
There is evidence that of sexually transmitted
Fire Department, 102 nor’s Executive Order of
CANYON POHLMAN
Geise stress can cause sugar diseases, which may
West Canal Street, Otto- 1972, and Governors Ex-
levels to elevate in known resemble flesh- or gray-
ville, Ohio 45876 until 7:00 ecutive Order 84-0 shall
CANDLES POURED p.m. (Local Time) on No- be required.
diabetics. This still leaves colored bumps, or that
CONCRETE WALLS Transmission, Inc. vember 9, 2010, for fur- In accordance with the
a big question unanswered have a cauliflower-like
Gina M. Fox 3 & 4 Season
Residential • automatic transmission nishing all materials, train- Ohio Revised Code Sec- as to whether stress is appearance when a
419-236-4134 & Commercial
Sun Rooms • standard transmission ing and technical support tion 2909.33, the success-
a trigger in a person number of them grow
with no prior history. close together. The warts
www.mygc.com/ginascandlesgalore • Agricultural Needs • differentials necessary to the Ottoville ful bidder will be required
Perhaps some light can may itch, and there
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30%
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be shed on the matter if may be bleeding with
Breast Cancer Candles $20 Mark Pohlman • brakes & tune up for: One (1) 3000 Gallon provide material assis -
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419-339-9084 2 miles north of Ottoville
Vacuum Tanker, with a tance to any organization your physician has lab intercourse. Two-thirds
cell 419-233-9460 500 gpm PTO driven on the United States De- results in your file done of all people who have
Life Tastes Replacement 419-453-3620 pump and all required partment of State Terrorist
NFPA lights , sirens and exclusion list. The Terror-
prior to and following sexual contact with a
the accident. Request a person who has genital
Good Again Windows
950 Tree Service equipment. On November ist exclusion list may be review of the results to warts will develop the
Eating Gluten Free HERRON Retractable
9, 2010, 7:00 p.m. all bid found on the Ohio Home-
proposals shall be publicly land Security Web site at:
determine whether there condition, either within a
was a gradual increase few months of contact or
New Product Line
CONSTRUCTION
419-692-2329
& Aluminum
Awnings
TEMAN’S opened and read aloud, http://www.homelandsecu-
Contract specifications rity.ohio.gov/ certification
in readings that might several years later.
not have been identified Genital warts can be
Elida Health Foods • Kitchen and Bath- OUR TREE may be obtained from the shall be made by complet- prior. treated with medication
205 S. PIERCE STREET Office of the Mayor, Otto- ing a Declaration Regard- From the copies of the and surgery, but they
101 W. Main Street
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Writer having Tomorrow’s HI AND LOIS

Horoscope
trouble with By Bernice Bede Osol
Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010

stepdaughter
Get yourself a good lawyer,
because a significant contract having
to do with your work or career might
be offered you in the next year, and
you’ll need someone sharp to read
the fine print. Things could become
Dear Annie: I’ve known animal because the dog is her interesting and constructive.
my 26-year-old stepdaughter, link to her daughter. You need SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -
“Monica,” since she was 5. to talk to her and find out A large dose of common sense will
help filter out useless information and
She never spent much time why she has put the dog first needless filler. This asset will help BLONDIE
with her father, but when the in your marriage. You might you immensely in dealing with certain
first grandchild was born, she also enlist a neutral third personal affairs.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
came by more often because party to referee. Or give your 21) - As long as you are not merely
she wanted a babysitter. Her daughter a few months to find being a dreamer, honest intuition
dad and I were together 21 a new apartment that is dog could serve you well in both a
financial matter and a personal issue.
years before he passed away friendly. Your hunches could be keener than
six months ago. Dear Annie: Your advice usual.
Now when I to “Shirley” regard- CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
hear from Monica, ing a 5-month-old, 19) - Open up a frank discussion on
a dilemma that is troubling both you
all she wants to do 12-pound baby and several close friends. Only an
is rehash everything whose mother kept honest exchange of who said what can
that happened at the him wrapped in a resolve a problem that has sprung up.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
end of her father’s blanket most of the - It’s one of those days when one is
life. She harangues time was off the tempted to try to force round pegs into
me about difficult mark. square holes, so try to keep your head
screwed on straight. Then, and only
BEETLE BAILEY
choices I had to Having worked then, will you be able to handle things
make, even though as a child abuse/ capably.
my husband and neglect investigator, PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -
Several friends who understand your
I discussed those I can tell you that if ambitions and fears are likely to have
things in advance. Shirley had contact- some sage advice to offer. Don’t take
I still have two Annie’s Mailbox ed Child Protective it as a put-down; none of us has all the
answers.
children at home Services, we would ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
and work full time, and I am have opened an investigation Those who make the best salespeople
trying to deal with my own based on Petey’s size alone. are usually the easiest to sell, which
grief. Monica’s attitude makes Keeping the baby wrapped could be the case for you. Try to make
sure all great sales pitches are being
it hard to stay in contact. I tightly and napping most of made by you, not to you.
know she is grieving, too, but the time also sets off alarm TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -
I think she feels guilty for not bells. If Petey is not given As long as you don’t pretend to more
about a matter than you actually do,
spending more time with her enough attention and stimula-
dad before it was too late. She tion, not to mention food, he
you can have a good meeting of the
minds with another on an important SNUFFY SMITH
hurt him a great deal over the could suffer lasting develop- issue. If not, you lose.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
years. mental delays or even starve This can be a better than usual day
I’m sure Monica is angry to death. to accomplish tasks that require two
that I haven’t called lately, but Petey is likely the victim people to handle, assuming each is
competent. Team up with someone
I just can’t deal with her. I do of physical neglect. Shirley you know works well with you.
love her and our grandchild, should immediately report CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
but am I wrong to want some Petey’s situation to her local Any commitment you make will be
strong in both the spirit and the letter,
distance right now? -- Still Child Protective Services thus you’re the one most will come to
Grieving office. Whether or not the for help. People know they can count
Dear Still: We understand child is being neglected, CPS on you to do what say you will.
that you want to avoid being will likely offer Petey’s moth- LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - A
nosy neighbor who is interested in
assaulted by Monica. But er some assistance and moni- everybody’s business will need to be
please know that these things tor the family until the situa- held at arm’s length, because if this
can take on a life of their tion improves. -- Concerned person is given free rein, you can take
bets s/he will meddle. HAGAR THE HORRIBLE
own, and the relationship may Social Worker VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
not recover -- even when you Dear Social Worker: Make sure you have your cell phone
are ready. Because you love Depending on the child’s birth with you at all times, because an
important message is on its way that
her and the grandchild, we weight, 12 pounds is not unrea- you won’t want to miss. It could mean
recommend instead that you sonably low at five months. the difference between success and
maintain minimal contact (as And Shirley is only guessing failure.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
much as you can handle at a the actual weight. Petey sees Surprise developments are afoot
time) and urge Monica to get the pediatrician regularly, and concerning the recovery of something
grief counseling. You might if he were failing to thrive, you thought was lost forever. The
lesson here is to never give up on
even offer to go with her. it would be noticed. We do what is important, regardless of
Dear Annie: My wife agree, however, that the situa- appearances.
and I have been happily mar- tion bears watching. Copyright 2010, United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
ried for 30 years without any
major arguments, until now.
Our 22-year-old daughter BORN LOSER
recently moved into an apart-
ment and discovered that no
pets were allowed. This meant
her 9-year-old cocker spaniel,
who is blind and incontinent,
did not have a home. My wife
offered to take the dog into
our house, and it has been liv-
ing with us for six weeks.
I cannot tolerate the smell
and the mess any longer. I
told my wife the dog must
leave. She said if the dog
goes, she goes with it. I do FRANK & ERNEST
not wish to end my marriage,
but I cannot remain here with
the dog. What should I do?
-- Solicitous Spouse
Dear Spouse: Something
more is going on if your wife
of 30 years is willing to throw
you over for a blind, incon-
tinent dog she’s had for only
six weeks. It’s possible she
is reluctant to part with the
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Earthquake camps bet on Tomas missing capital


By JONATHAN M. KATZ of a high school on the Delmas 33 thoroughfare stopping at a supermarket for food and other spokeswoman Mary Sanderson said.
The Associated Press said their camp’s governing committee had supplies. Most of Haiti’s post-quake homeless live
passed along the official advice to leave, but The storm was expected to cross over Haiti’s under donated plastic tarps on open fields. It is
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Mud up to they decided to stockpile water and tie down southwestern tip, then swirl through the strait often private land, where they have been con-
their ankles and a steady rain falling on their their tents instead. that divides Haiti from Cuba. stantly fighting eviction. A September report
tents, residents of Haiti’s earthquake camps Buses began circulating around the camps At the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay from U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said
ignored warnings to leave their makeshift just after dark Thursday night to take residents in southeastern Cuba, the military cleared away 29 percent of 1,268 camps studied had been
homes as Hurricane Tomas raked the western away, but few were willing to go. Four civil any debris that could fly off in strong winds, closed forcibly, meaning the often violent relo-
tip of their deforested and flood-prone nation protection buses that pulled up at a camp in the suspended flights, canceled school and closed cation of tens of thousands of people.
early today. Canape-Vert district left with about five pas- the harbor to recreational craft. Haitian human-rights lawyer Mario Joseph,
Tomas’ maximum sustained winds were sengers on them. “We have a well-rehearsed plan that is going to who testified on behalf of those evicted before
near 85 mph (135 kph) and it was centered Many camp residents stayed put out of fear serve us well,” said Navy Cmdr. James Thornton, the Inter-American Commission on Human
close to the point of Haiti’s southwestern penin- they would lose their few possessions and, Guantanamo Bay’s operations officer. Rights this summer, said he fears the govern-
sula, said the U.S. National Hurricane Center in worse, be denied permission to return when the Early today, the hurricane was located about ment is using the storm as an excuse to drive
Miami, which predicted dangerous storm surges storm was over. 160 miles (255 kilometers) west of Port-au- people off disputed land.
along the coast and possible flash floods and “I’m scared that if I leave they’ll tear this Prince and 80 miles (130 kilometers) south- “I think it’s going to be a time of eviction,”
mudslides in mountainous areas. whole place down. I don’t have money to southeast of Guantanamo, Cuba. It was moving he said. He said he has advised people who
Haitian radio, citing the Interior Ministry, pay for a home somewhere else,” said Clarice to the northeast at about 10 mph (16 kph). know they are at risk for floods, landslides and
reported that a man drowned in the far-western Napoux, 21, who lives with her boyfriend on Tropical-storm-force winds extended as far as wind damage to stay in buildings near the camp
department of Grand-Anse while attempting to a soccer field behind the St. Therese church in 140 miles (220 kilometers) from the center. and return to their squatters’ sites as soon as
drive through a swollen river. The report could Petionville. They lost their house to the quake Forecasters warned of a dangerous storm possible after the storm.
not be independently confirmed. Tomas killed and their only income is the little she makes sell- surge that would generate “large and destruc- Reconstruction has barely begun and even
14 people in the eastern Caribbean earlier. ing uncooked rice, beans and dry goods. tive waves” and raise water levels up to 3 feet the building of transitional shelters — sturdier
Haiti’s civil protection department had urged Late Thursday, Tomas passed to the east of (nearly 1 meter) above normal tide levels. It also than makeshift tents, but not solid houses —
people living in camps for the 1.3 million Jamiaca, where earlier schools closed in eastern predicted rainfall of 5 to 10 inches (12 to 25 cen- has been slow. Large installments of long-term
Haitians made homeless by the Jan. 12 earth- provinces and traffic was jammed in the capital, timeters) for much of Haiti and the Dominican funds, including a promised $1.15 billion from
quake to go to the homes of friends and family. Kingston, as businesses closed early. Republic, which share the island of Hispaniola. the United States, have not arrived. The State
By evening it was clear most camp residents “I’m taking no chances,” said Carlton Port-au-Prince’s airport was expected to Department now says it still has to prove the
were not heeding the advice. People in the yard Samms, a bus driver who went home early after be closed through today, American Airlines money won’t be stolen or misused.

Elizabeth Smart trial halted Holiday shopping Fort Hood still healing after attack
By ANGELA K. BROWN that they have come together to

discounts expected
By JENNIFER DOBNER
The Associated Press The Associated Press remember what happened.
Those at Fort Hood rarely
SALT LAKE CITY — A federal appeals court on Thursday FORT HOOD, Texas — discuss the tragedy, and Army
halted the trial of a man accused of kidnapping Elizabeth Smart to By ANNE D’INNOCENZIO The 6-foot-tall block of granite combat uniforms hide most
decide if he can get a fair trial in Utah. The Associated Press is etched with 13 names, each a scars marring the bodies of
Opening statements in the case of Brian David Mitchell were victim in the shooting rampage more than two dozen soldiers
interrupted to announce the decision by the three-judge panel of the NEW YORK — Shoppers took a breather in October, result- at Fort Hood one year ago. wounded that day.
10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver. ing in lackluster gains for retailers and raising the stakes on what “Death leaves a heartache “Nobody talks about it. It’s
The trial was put on hold as the panel considered a claim by is sure to be a competitive holiday season. no one can heal — Love leaves too much to handle,” said Staff
defense attorneys that extensive publicity about the abduction has For Christmas shoppers, that means that heavy discounts will a memory no one can steal” Sgt. Jeannette Juroff, who can
tainted the jury pool. Prosecutors have until 12:59 a.m. today to be coming early and often. is engraved at the top of the see the medical building’s roof
respond to the claim. “The deals will be so attractive that shoppers may not want to rectangular marker that will from her desk. “I’ll have my
U.S. District Judge Dale Kimball, who is presiding at the trial, sent wait,” said John Long, retail strategist at Kurt Salmon Associates. be unveiled near other post moments, and I’ll catch myself
jurors home just an hour after they were selected in Salt Lake City. “This is going to be a great (time) to be a consumer.” memorials today, the one-year staring at it. Sometimes a tear
“I’m of course very unhappy about this,” Kimball told the nine For the holidays, competition already looks fierce. Many mer- anniversary of the shooting. will come out of my eye, and I
men and five women serving as jurors and alternates before he apol- chants have started pushing early morning discounts on holiday Until now, the only outward don’t even realize it.”
ogized and released them for the day. “I have to do what the 10th gifts. They’re also expanding layaway programs to help shoppers reminders of the worst mass One year ago, a gunman
Circuit says. I don’t know what they’ll do when they consider it.” stretch their gift buying. Sears even plans to open its doors on shooting on a U.S. military wearing an Army combat uni-
Kimball previously rejected defense requests to move the case Thanksgiving Day. base have been several wreaths form stood near the building’s
from Utah. TV viewers are being bombarded even earlier with holiday and crosses along the fence front door, shouted “Allahu
Like federal prosecutors, the judge maintained an impartial jury commercials. Best Buy Co., for example, started its holiday TV built around the now-shuttered Akbar!” — which means “God
could be found, based on the court’s decision to call more than 500 ad campaign Monday; last year, it began Nov. 11. building where it happened. is great!” in Arabic — and
prospective jurors and to prescreen their attitudes with a 42-page But the question remains: Will Americans do what they did last
questionnaire. year: wait until the day after Thanksgiving, when the season unof- Army Chief of Staff Gen. opened fire in a crowded medi-
News of the appeals court decision came shortly after defense ficially kicks off — and then take another shopping break until the George Casey and Army cal building where deploying
attorney Parker Douglas began his opening remarks. final days before Dec. 25, when the deals are often even better. Secretary John McHugh also soldiers get vaccines and other
“It’s horrible timing, no one should be stopped in the middle of October is typically slow because it’s between the back-to- will present awards to more tests, witnesses say. He fired
opening arguments,” he said. school and Christmas seasons. But shoppers’ reticence this year than 50 soldiers and civilians rapidly, pausing only to reload,
It was unclear how quickly the court might rule or when the trial had retailers pushing discounts even more. whose actions “went above shooting at soldiers hiding
might resume. While the arrival of cooler weather should help perk up sales, and beyond the call of duty” under desks and those fleeing
Ed Smart, Elizabeth’s father, said the family did not want to shoppers are expected to remain reluctant to spend with unem- — including the two police the building, according to wit-
comment on the 10th Circuit decision. ployment stuck near 10 percent. officers who first responded nesses.
Melodie Rydalch, a spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney, also So far, retailers cite strong sales of some toys, such as Mattel to the scene and engaged in The gunman was identified
declined comment. Inc.’s Loopz, which uses motion detection technology in memory separate gun battles with the by witnesses and authorities as
In its petition filed Wednesday, the defense contended that three games, and Blip Toys’ Squinkies, tiny collectible figures that shooter. Capt. John Gaffaney, Maj. Nidal Hasan, an Army
days of jury selection proved that pretrial publicity made finding an come with toy vending machines. Electronic-book readers and who was fatally shot after he psychiatrist and American-born
impartial panel a “practical impossibility.” Apple’s iPad are expected to fare well. But looming over the holi- threw a chair at the gunman, Muslim who was to deploy
The petition alleged the court was only able to impanel a jury by day season is a TV glut, which is expected to put more pressure on is to receive an award posthu- to Afghanistan the following
discounting the significance of the bias against Mitchell. pricing. And clothing retailers are likely to face a tough season. mously. month. Hasan, who was par-
The filing included selected transcripts from jury questioning Behind October’s results were clear winners and losers. Family members of those alyzed from the chest down
in which prospective jurors said they believed Elizabeth Smart had Luxury stores including Neiman Marcus and Saks Inc. were the killed will be at the ceremony when he was shot that day,
been abducted, held captive and raped by Mitchell. best performers as the affluent have recovered from the recession and a memorial service, as will is charged with 13 counts of
Rebecca Woodridge, whose mother had been married to more quickly than everyone else amid a rebounding stock market. the soldiers, emergency per- premeditated murder and 32
Mitchell, praised the appeals court’s decision. Macy’s Inc., powered by its sweeping initiatives to tailor mer- sonnel and others who helped counts of attempted premedi-
“People are biased in this state toward this case,” she said. “They chandise to local markets, had a decent performance, outshining save lives on Nov. 5, 2009. For tated murder. His Article 32
don’t look at Brian as a person who deserves a fair trial. They look rivals like J.C. Penney and Kohl’s Corp., both of which suffered many, it will be the first time hearing to determine if there’s
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w/ titanium gray interior Heated seats and lots more
Jet Black Cloth interior
3LT Package • Chrome wheels
Lease now for Power $
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MSRP $25,450
229
00 per mo**

Priced to sell!! MSRP $21820.00


Priced to sell!!
** 36 month lease w/12k miles per yr. $2300.00 down.
MSRP $74,620.00 Tax/title not incld. Must qualify for GMS.
6 More Equinox’s due any day!!

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