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Vol. 144 No. 234 Delphos, Ohio case has been scheduled for Wednesday. Fishbein has been held in prison in Lancaster on a three-year sentence for intimidation of a witness and telephone harassment of a female former employee back in 2012. He told the court Thursday that he is due to be released this fall. The release date could be pushed back if Fishbein is found guilty of any of the eight counts against him. Three years ago, Fishbein was charged with 21 felony and two misdemeanor counts of telecommunications harassment, stemming from making 300-400 telephone calls to the then22-year-old, with some of those calls being threatening in nature. At one point, Fishbein was released on bond with the stipulation that he was not allowed to use the telephone unless another person placed the call and monitored the conversation. Minutes after those conditions were explained to him, Fishbein was observed by court officials in the lobby outside the courtroom talking on a cell phone. His bond was then revoked and he was held in jail until he was sentenced.

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Drug store Relay team to host Health Fair


The Delphos Discount Drugs Relay for Life team will host a Health Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the store. Events include free blood sugar and blood pressure testing by ONU pharmacy students; free height, weight and Body Mass Index checks by Shelley Kreeger from Van Wert County Hospital and Gaylord E. Leslie Wellness Center; a cook-out with hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, water and pop; a bake sale; and a 50-50 drawing. Upon completion of all testing, register to win one of four gift certificates (three to Delphos Discount Drugs and one free month to the Gaylord Center).

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Fishbein asks for public defender


BY ED GEBERT Times Bulletin Editor news@delphosherald.com VAN WERT In the end it apparently was not such a good idea after all. At his arraignment hearing on Wednesday, Robert Fishbein, 50, had requested that he act as his own attorney for his case. Fishbein, the former CEO of I & K Distributing, formerly of Delphos, reconsidered when his case reconvened Thursday morning. Fishbein explained, Your honor, I had just seen the indictment 10 minutes prior to coming in here. I was just kind of taking it all in and I was thinking about various types of things I wanted to do but after further consideration, it would probably be in my best interest to take on counsel. Judge Charles D. Steele agreed and appointed Ryan Warnecke to serve as Fishbeins defense attorney. Fishbein pleaded not guilty to the eight fifth-degree felony counts of violating a civil protective order. A pretrial hearing in his

Robert Fishbein, former CEO of I & K Distributing in Delphos, enters the courtroom Thursday morning in Van Wert County Court of Common Pleas. Fishbein was arraigned on eight fifth-degree felony counts of violating a civil protective order, to which he pleaded not guilty. (Times Bulletin/Ed Gebert)

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Kruisin for a Miracle offers brat dinner

The K&M Tire Kruisin For a Miracle Relay for Life Team offer a brat dinner from 4-7 p.m. on May 19. Tickets need to be purchased by today by calling 419-695-1061. The meal consist of one or two brats, chips, pasta salad and a cookie. Meals are $4 for one brat; and $5.50 for two. Meals are carry-out only. Dinners can be picked up in the parking lot on the south side of K&M Tire.

Sports
Jefferson, St. Johns hosting first-round sectional baseball As part of the new OHSAA playoff format, Jefferson and St. Johns are hosting the first round of their respective sectional baseball contests Saturday, with a noon first pitch. The Blue Jays are hosting Lincolnview and Jefferson is at home versus Paulding. Since it is sectional action, admission will be charged: adults $6 and students $4. TODAY Baseball (5 p.m.): St. Johns at Versailles (MAC); Ottoville at Lincolnview; Fort Jennings at Continental (PCL); Spencerville at St. Marys; Miller City at Kalida (PCL). Softball (5 p.m.): Spencerville at New Bremen; Elida at Perry. Track and Field: PCL at Columbus Grove, 4 p.m. Nine member of St. Johns High School Mission Society and six chaperones recently traveled to McKee, Kentucky, to perform works of service. (Submitted photo) BY CHRISSY ELWER Mission Society Co-Advisor The junior and senior members of the St. Johns Mission Society and their chaperones recently traveled to McKee, Kentucky, to perform works of service for the elderly and the many families suffering the effects of poverty in that region. The group is hosted by St. Pauls Catholic Mission and lodged at Camp Andrew Jackson, a partner in the Christian Appalachia Project. Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, McKee boasts a population of only 878 people, although it is the largest community in Jackson County. They are notorious for averaging the lowest income per family in the state at $12,857. However, the tough economic situation of these citizens did not damper their warm southern hospitality and spirit. One of the largest projects completed during the four-day trip was the construction of a wheelchair ramp for a man who lived by himself in a log cabin he had built. In recent years, he suffered a stroke and heart attack, thus limiting his physical mobility. Much of the time, he was housebound without any visitors, living deep in the backwoods. Junior Zach Gable commented on his efforts St. Johns Mission Society member Nick Bockey, left, works with a parishioner with the ramp. I not only appreciated his (Carls) welcomefrom Appalachia on setting posts for a ness but also his faith-centered life, Gable wheelchair ramp. (Submitted photo) said. I believe he will benefit so much not only from our labor but our visit, too. Another important project was creating a large garden for a young family of five so they could not only use the produce for food but hopefully sell some fruits and vegetables at the local farmers market for profit. One of the students working on this job site was senior Samantha Bonifas. Tilling was hard work and all of the digging and bending over made me wonder how gardening was a hobby for some people. Yet when it was all over and I saw little Devin (their son) getting excited about the crops, it was then I knew we planted a future for that family, she said. Service was not just limited to physical labor. One of the two mornings, volunteers went to visit individuals staying at the Horizon Adult Day Care Center. This facility allows families of elderly or special-needs adults to go to work during the day, knowing their loved ones are in good hands. Students and chaperones played cards, pool or corn hole with residents. They also visited and made crafts. Special friendships were made at the center. Many other tasks were accomplished on the trip, such as painting a house and cleaning apartments in a retirement complex. Mission Society President Maddie Burgei summarized the trip. See MISSION, page 10

Showers and thunderstorms likely today and tonight. Windy. Highs in the mid70s. Lows in the upper 50s. Chance of precipitation 60-70 percent. See page 2

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Veterans ID cards now available


Information submitted Barry Johns, the Van Wert County Veterans Service Officer, and Kim Hughes, the Van Wert County Recorder, are pleased to announce a new initiative benefiting our Van Wert County Military Veterans. Honorably discharged veterans will soon be able to obtain an identification card through these two offices. This card will display a picture of the veteran as well as various information regarding his or her service to our country. In Ohio, the office of the county recorder is responsible for maintaining veterans military service discharge records, known as a DD214 form. In order to receive an ID card, the veteran must first record this form in the Van Wert County Recorders Office. There is no fee to record a DD214 form. Once the veterans ID card is issued, it can be used as proof of military service, and to obtain discounts at participating retail and commercial businesses. In some cases, it may be used as a form of identification for other purposes. No date has been set for the implementation of this program. There will be more information available at a later date.

Letter carriers annual food drive Saturday


On Saturday, the National Association of Letter Carriers will hold its 22nd annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive and once again the carriers at the Delphos Post Office will be participating. Approximately 50 million people in this country live in homes that lack sufficient food to feed them, with one in three being a child. A lot of those people live right here in Delphos and that number increases every year. All customers, both within the city of Delphos and the surrounding rural routes, are asked to place their non-perishable food donations, including baby food and pet food , by their mailbox, or in some instances at the place designated for their mail delivery, and the city carriers will pick them up at their normal delivery times. Rural route customers are asked to either hang them from their mailbox or place inside their box with the flag raised and your rural carrier will collect it. There will also be a box located in the lobby of the Post Office for those who wish to drop their donation off there. This year all donations will be divided equally between the St. Vincent DePaul Society and the Interfaith Thrift Shop, both located here in Delphos. Last year the Delphos community contributed 1,860 pounds of food, bringing the total collected to more than three tons just in the past three years.

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Twisters rouse interest in shelters, safe rooms


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Last years tornado season wasnt the worst in Oklahoma history, either in the number of twisters or the number of lives taken. But the deadly barrage that killed more than 30 people scared Oklahomans in a way that previous storms had not, moving them to add tornado shelters or reinforced safe rooms to their homes. Theres just one problem: The surge of interest in tornado safety has overwhelmed companies that build the shelters, creating long waiting lists and forcing many people to endure the most dangerous part of this season without any added protection. Pretty much anywhere you go right now, the soonest anyone can install is about mid-June, said Kayli Phillips, who works in sales and accounting at Norman-based Thunderground Storm Shelters. Were booked solid until then. Thunderground, which opened about two years ago, is part of a booming new industry that has taken shape as more Americans seek to shield their families from severe weather. The demand intensified last year following the series of deadly twisters in central Oklahoma, where a single tornado on May 20, 2013, killed 24 people and destroyed 1,100 homes in Moore. Since then, Moore residents have added about 1,100 basements or shelters, according to city spokeswoman Deidre Ebrey. In all, the city has an estimated 6,000 shelters or basements. In nearby Oklahoma City, more than 8,000 storm shelter permits have been issued since May 2013, according to Kristy Yager, a spokeswoman for Oklahoma City. In 2009, just 322 permits were issued. The 2013 tornadoes pretty much kept us booked up the entire year, Phillips said. Abby Brown, a sales manager for Edmond, Oklahoma-based GFS Storm Shelters, said theres always a waiting list for installations, but it generally peaks starting in March, when people begin thinking about the upcoming storm season. The company, which has been in business for four years, installs about 175 shelters a month. People are thinking about it more. People who have lived in Oklahoma all their lives sometimes may not have ever thought that they needed a storm shelter until last year, she said. Oklahoma is not the only state where families are confronting their twister fears. After a half-mile-wide tornado hit the Little Rock suburb of Vilonia last month, officials said the death toll of 15 could have been worse if residents had not piled into underground shelters and fortified safe rooms. Alisa Smith, sales manager for Austin, Arkansasbased Tornado Shelters Systems, said the company is working around the clock to keep up with demand. Sales have doubled since last year, to about 300 shelters. New customers have to wait six to eight weeks for installation, she said. I think this tornado scared a lot of mothers, she said. There were two little boys lost in the Vilonia storm, so I think a lot of mothers are saying, Forget those granite counter tops or sunroom, lets put in a shelter. Its not unusual for an episode of severe weather to send demand soaring, said Ernst Kiesling, executive director of the National Storm Shelter Association. Just as parts of the central U.S. are seeing an increase now, the South experienced a similar trend in 2011, after twisters killed more than 300, he said. But the shelters and safe rooms dont come cheap. Pricing is based on a variety of factors, including size, location within the home and the type of door used. The priciest models can cost as much as $14,000. Smaller ones can be had for a few thousand dollars. Some people turn to a lottery-style federal program that provides matching money for residential shelters. The government offers rebates of up to $2,000 per home. About 10,000 people or families apply annually for one of about 500 rebates, said Keli Cain, spokeswoman for the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management. Other cities and towns may offer their own rebate programs. Jennifer Sweeten and her husband used a refund from their federal taxes to install a shelter in their Oklahoma City home in March 2013. I thought, How stupid are we to live in Oklahoma without a storm shelter or basement? Sweeten said. We felt like that was the best use of our refund. My husband actually wanted to go on a little vacation, and I said, Nope, were getting a storm shelter. Its lucky they did. Two months later, two tornadoes swept through the area, and the family took shelter underground. It gives me great security, Sweeten said. I felt like we were prepared, and we were safe, and that was worth great peace of mind. Prior to last Mays storms, only one neighbor had a storm shelter, Sweeten said. Since then, four more have installed them. Tessa Beaulieu, of Edmond, Oklahoma, made sure the new home she is building with her husband had a shelter. She ordered the shelter in January, and it was installed at the end of April.

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Van Wert: Local law enforcement partner to promote traffic safety


Information submitted VAN WERT On May 2 and 3, Ohio State Highway Patrol Troopers and officers from the Van Wert Police Department, partnered in a joint effort to contribute to a safer Ohio. During this partnership, law enforcement officers worked together in an effort to save lives and reduce crash causing violations. During this joint effort, over 200 traffic stops were conducted. Those traffic stops resulted in over 120 traffic safety reminders and over 80 enforcement contacts. Officers initiated eight OVI arrests, seven driving under suspension arrests, 30 seat belt arrests and three child restraints arrests, issued over 17 misdemeanor drug arrests and one felony drug arrest. An additional five misdemeanor criminal arrests were made. In addition, officers from the Van Wert Police Department served three warrants.

Detectives: 4 found dead in Florida home were shot


MIKE SCHNEIDER Associated Press TAMPA, Fla. A man, his wife and their two teenage children were shot before the million-dollar home they were renting burned down in what investigators called arson, a fire perhaps exacerbated by fireworks and gasoline, authorities said Thursday. Autopsies were still being completed to determine how they died, but investigators have said they are looking into the possibility of a murder-suicide. Authorities recovered a gun at the home registered to Darrin Campbell and he bought an exceedingly large amount of fireworks and gas cans days before the fire, Hillsborough County Sheriffs Col. Donna Lusczynski said. Authorities still have not positively identified the bodies, but the family has not been accounted for and a relative said they were inside the home when it burned. As flames shot through the roof Wednesday morning, neighbors reported explosions, presumably hearing fireworks go off inside. Authorities have not indicated who may have started the fire or why. Campbell bought $650 of fireworks on Sunday and authorities said fireworks were found throughout the fivebedroom home. Still, it wasnt clear what role the fireworks might have played, though Lusczynski said they couldve been used to ignite the fire or keep it going. Campbell had been an executive for several high-profile businesses. He was currently working at a records management firm and volunteering as treasurer at his childrens private school. His wife, Kimberly, was a stay-at-home mom, according to her father, Gordon Lambie. The family moved to Tampa more than a decade ago. They sold their home in 2012 for $750,000 and signed a twoyear lease for the 6,000 square-foot home owned by former tennis pro James Blake. He bought the home in the Avila community in 2005 for $1.5 million, according to property records. Avila is known for its mansions, heavy security, country club and golf course. Many well-known athletes have called the community home over the years. Lambie said the family wanted to move closer to the childrens school, Carrollwood Day School. Nineteen-year-old Colin Campbell was a talented baseball player who planned to graduate high school next month. His teenage sister, Megan, was a ninth-grader who made an honor roll and took dance lessons. Ive lost my entire family, Lambie said from his Michigan home. Its very tough right now because Im 1,500 miles away. Campbell bought six packages of firecrackers and about the same number of fireworks designed to shoot into the air, said William Weimer, vice president of Ohiobased Phantom fireworks. He described them as backyard fireworks someone might set off on the Fourth of July. He said the fireworks could have started a fire but it would have spread slowly. The amount of powder inside each one was smaller than an aspirin, he said.

The Delphos Herald wants to correct published errors in its news, sports and feature articles. To inform the newsroom of a mistake in published information, call the editorial department at 419-695-0015. Corrections will be published on this page.

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WISEMAN, Dale D., 54, of Delphos, a graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Walnut Grove Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the family. To leave condolences for the family, please go to www.harterandschier.com.

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WEATHER FORECAST Tri-county Associated Press TODAY: Showers and thunderstorms. Windy. Highs in the mid 70s. Southwest winds 15 to 20 mph becoming 20 to 30 mph in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation 80 percent. TONIGHT : Cloudy. Showers and thunderstorms likely through midnight. Then chance of showers after midnight. Lows in the upper 50s. Southwest winds 10 to 20 mph. Chance of precipitation 70 percent. SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers in the morning. Then partly cloudy in the afternoon. Highs in the lower 70s. West winds 10 to 15 mph. SATURDAY NIGHT : Mostly clear through midnight. Then partly cloudy with a chance of showers and a slight chance of a thunderstorm after midnight. Lows in the mid 50s. South winds 5 to 10 mph. Chance of measurable precipitation 30 percent.

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One Year Ago Fort Jennings Catholic Ladies of Columbia Council 88 recently presented a $1,000 check to Putnam County Right to Life. Donations were collected after weekend Masses April 27 and 28 at St. Joseph Catholic Church. CLC President Shelley Hoersten presented the check to Right to Life President Maryjane Stechschulte and CLC Treasurer Elaine Wehri.

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25 Years Ago 1989 Lyle and Myrna Heller, co-presidents of the Delphos ParentTeacher Organization, announced that the PTO honored teachers Tuesday in the Delphos Public School District. Teachers receiving awards were Jerry Mueller, third-grade teacher at Landeck; Pat Poling, kindergarten teacher at Franklin School; Laura Osburn, sixth-grade teacher at the middle school; and David Whittington, biology teacher at the high school. Spencerville pushed an unearned run home in the sixth inning to edge Jefferson 1-0 in Class A girls sectional tournament play Monday at Convoy. Winning pitcher Doris Brotherwood allowed five hits, struck out five and walked two. Spencervilles hits consisted of a Kerry Barnett triple and singles by Mary Bayliff, Brotherwood, Rene Virgo and Angie Kahle. Jill D. Etgen, Elida High School, is one of 231 Ohio high school graduating seniors who will share $346,500 in the federally-funded Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship Program. The students were chosen from more than 950 applicants statewide to receive awards of $1,500 each to study at an

50 Years Ago 1964 Douglas Harter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harter, has been accepted as a member of the American Youth Band and will tour Europe with the organization this summer. In addition to appearances in London, the band will play in Brussels, Cologne, Heidelberg, Munich, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Lucerne, Milan, Venice, Florence, Rome, Pisa, Rabello, Monte Carlo, Lyon and Paris. Members of Psi Chapter, Alpha Delta Omega National Sorority, held an impressive candlelight pledge service Thursday evening in the Janba Room at NuMaudes Restaurant. Pledges to Psi Chapter were Jane Lloyd and Ruth Gasser. The service was conducted by the chapter president, Mrs. Keith Kiggins, assisted by Mary Ellen Gerdeman. Varsity athletes of four high schools: St. Johns, Jefferson, Ottoville and Fort Jennings will be honored at the fourth annual Knights of Columbus Sports Award Banquet slated for Monday night at the council club rooms on Elida Avenue. The banquet will get underway at 6:30 p.m., according to Gilbert Gip Pohlman, chairman of the K of C Youth Activities. Other K of C members on the committee are Ronnie Baumgarte, Roger Lindeman, Paul Metzner, Jerome Pohlman and Mike Schimmoeller.

HONORING OUR ACTIVE MILITARY


On Memorial Day our nation pays tribute and remembers all those from our country who paid the ultimate sacrifice in defense of freedom for our nation ... and locally we want to honor those who are actively serving in our military.

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Send us the names of ACTIVE military personnel as well as where they are serving, spouse and/or parents name to the Herald by May 19. Send info by email to: nspencer@delphosherald.com mail to: The Delphos Herald, 405 N. Main St., Delphos OH 45833 or drop off at the office. Publication date Fri., May 23.

75 Years Ago 1939 Members of the Allen County (Delphos) Fair Board were in Columbus Monday in conference with state officials in connection with the staging of the annual fair in Delphos. Those who went to Columbus were Ed. Busch, Fred J. Buettner, Ed. Wheat $7.05 Hoelderle, Frank Kurber, Fred Moenter, Henry Lang and Art Corn $4.87 Wulfhorst. Soybeans $15.18 A three-act play entitled Dont Darken My Door will be presented in Jennings Memorial Hall Sunday evening by the students of the senior class. The cast included Edward Klima, Margaret Helmkamp, Robert Rose, Wilma Gerker, John Hohenbrink, Agnes Kohl, Rita Eggeman and Bernadine CLEVELAND (AP) Berelsman. Mrs. Howard Apger, North Maple Street, was hostess to These Ohio lotteries were the members of the Willing Workers Class of the Presbyterian drawn Thursday: Mega Millions Sunday School and one guest, Doris Rice, at her home Estimated jackpot: $105 Monday evening. Mrs. Earl Scott and Mrs. Samuel Roberts were the assistant hostesses. Mrs. F. W. Knowlton was in million Pick 3 Evening charge of the devotions and Mrs. Don Miller gave the lesson. 6-7-2 Pick 3 Midday 5-9-8 Pick 4 Evening 7-3-4-2 Full Line Of Truck & Auto Accessories Pick 4 Midday Complete Auto Detailing Inside & Out 7-5-7-6 Window Tinting & Remote Car Starters Installed Pick 5 Evening Rhino Spray-In or Penda Drop-In Bed Liners 4-5-5-6-5 Ranch & Swiss Truck CapsWeatherTech Liners Pick 5 Midday B&W Gooseneck, DMI Cushion, & Drawtite 1-9-4-8-3 Powerball Receiver Hitches & Trailer Harnesses Installed Estimated jackpot: $80 New, Reconditioned & Used Rims & Tires million 602 W. ERVIN ROAD VAN WERT, OHIO Rolling Cash 5 01-08-23-25-27 Estimated jackpot: $277,000 Lift & Leveling Kits Available

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Assisting the homeless in accessing social security benefits
Information submitted PUTNAM COUNTY The HHWP Community Action Commission has funds to assist the homeless in accessing social security disability benefits. Funding and resources are provided by the Coalition on Housing and Homelessness in Ohio (COHHIO). In order to be eligible, an applicant must be a resident of Hardin, Wyandot or Putnam counties, be 18 years of age or older, homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless, suffering from a severe physical/mental illness expected to last 12 months or more and are unable to work substantially due to their disability. Once determined eligible, the SSI specialist will guide the individual through the application process, assisting in completing forms and gathering necessary medical and/collateral information to send to SSA and the Bureau of Disability Determination. The SSI Specialist will also assist the individual in accessing community resources needed to meet his/her basic needs to include housing, food, medical, etc., as well as assist individuals in finding a payee to help manage their funds and one-time back award as needed. Marci Sease, SSI Specialist, can be contacted for an appointment by calling 419-889-3539 or 1-800-423-4304 or stop in and see her in her new office at the New Hope Ministry Park Office at 13671 W. Pattison Avenue, Kenton, Ohio 43326.

New energy bill delays Summer protection green targets 2 years starts with immunization
Measles, mumps outbreaks provide clear warnings
Information submitted COLUMBUS As summer camps, fairs, vacations and family picnics take you and your family away to many fun-filled places during the warm weather months, now is a good time to get vaccinated. The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) reminds Ohioans that immunizations are the most effective way to prevent illness from vaccine-preventable diseases. The ongoing measles and mumps outbreaks in Ohio also serve as a reminder to all Ohioans that they should be up-to-date on immunizations. Activities that bring large groups of people together can accelerate the spread of these diseases, said ODH State Epidemiologist Dr. Mary DiOrio. When coming into close contact with sick individuals, immunizations can provide the protection you need to keep from getting ill. Given the on-going measles and mumps outbreaks, ODH recommends that Ohioans are familiar with the signs and symptoms of the diseases. Symptoms for measles include fever, cough, runny nose, red eyes, sore throat and a red rash appearing three to five days after the start of the symptoms. Symptoms of mumps include runny nose, cough and swelling of the salivary glands. When individuals are fully vaccinated, the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine is 97 percent effective in preventing the measles and 88 percent effective in preventing the mumps. Those who are not up-to-date on their immunizations should contact their healthcare provider or local health department and receive the MMR vaccine if there is no medical reason not to do so. ODH and its local public health partners support the vaccine recommendations set forth by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and CDC. These recommendations include vaccination schedules for when individuals (children and adults) should receive their vaccinations. Whether your summer plans include sending the kids to camp or traveling in or out of the country, please be aware that immunizations may be required to protect you and your children from vaccine-preventable diseases. For more information about measles, mumps and other vaccine-preventable diseases, visit the ODH website at http://www.odh.ohio.gov. COLUMBUS (AP) A proposal headed to the Ohio House freezes state-set targets for the amount of energy that utilities must produce from renewable sources such as solar and wind, but stops short of repealing the targets permanently. The closely watched bill cleared the Ohio Senate just after 1 a.m. Thursday, about 15 hours after a compromise was struck. Lawmakers who initially sought to permanently freeze phasing in the 7-year-old standards backed off Wednesday. The Republican-led Senate worked with Gov. John Kasich on an alternative that pauses progress on the targets for two years as a legislative committee looks at the issue. Public Utilities Chairman Bill Seitz, a Cincinnati Republican, noted that amendments of both Republicans and Democrats were accepted in the final version. State Sen. Eric Kearney, the committees ranking Democrat, criticized the process. He said the final version of the bill was subject to no testimony, and lawmakers were pressed to read and analyze its contents before a vote. Questions and answers on the bill as it stands: Q: What are the targets? A: Under a 2008 law, Ohio utilities were required to produce 12.5 percent of energy from renewable sources,

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such as wind, solar and captured heat, and 12.5 percent from advanced sources, such as clean coal, by 2025. The law also required companies to help customers reduce electricity use 22 percent by 2025. Q: What happens to the targets under the Senate bill? A: Targets for advanced energy are eliminated. Targets for renewable energy are frozen for 2015 and 2016 and a condition is eliminated that required at least half of those resources to come from Ohio. The benchmarks will resume as scheduled in 2017 unless lawmakers act on a new study commissions recommendations before then. The new date for clean energy and efficiency targets to be met is 2027. Q: Whats the makeup of the study commission? A: 13 members: six from the Ohio House and six from the state Senate, including no more than four of the same political party from either chamber, and the chair of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. Q: Are lawmakers required to accept the commissions recommendations? A: No. The bill states that it is the intent of the Legislature in the future to pass legislation reducing targets for energy efficiency, use of renewable energy resources and for reduced peak demand at power plants.

Van Wert Outdoorsmen hosts Ladies Day


The Ladies Day at the Van Wert County Outdoorsmen Association was a huge success! There were 30 ladies taking advantage of a day at the range. All participants had instruction in marksmanship, safety, and range etiquette. Specic instruction in 22 caliber ries and pistols was also a part of the day. The club was aided with a grant from The Friends of the NRA to provide this clinic free to all of the participants. The Outdoorsmen Association is planning an additional Ladies Day later in the year. Check the web page at www.vwoutdoorsmen.ino for the upcoming Ladies Day. (Submitted photo)

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Schaufelberger speaks on finding graves


Information submitted VAN WERT On May 18, the Van Wert County Historical Society will welcome Larry Schaufelberger as he presents Finding A Grave. Are you looking for a grave of a long lost friend, relative, etc.? Schaufelberger will demonstrate how to find that grave. Schaufelberger is a retired music teacher with 35 years of experience, 29 at Van Wert High School. He has degrees from Ohio Northern and Ohio State. The lecture will be held at the Van Wert Historical Museum Annex starting at 2 p.m. All are welcome and like always there is no admission charge.

Report: Ohio leads country in metal thefts


COLUMBUS (AP) Ohio continues to lead the nation in metal thefts, with 1,446 insurance claims made last year, according to a new report. A National Insurance Crime Bureau report released Wednesday said the state reported more than 4,000 claims from 2011 through 2013 from homes and businesses, nearly all copper thefts. Thats about a third more claims than second-place Texas and about 40 percent more than third-place California, according to The Columbus Dispatch (http:// bit.ly/1fY9as5). The 1,446 claims last year in Ohio is about flat with the number in 2012 and up from 1,232 in 2011. Thieves have stripped sheets of metal from rooftops, stolen decorations from cemeteries, ripped apart air conditioners for the copper coils and stripped homes of wiring and piping, then sold the pieces for scrap.

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Superman and need to be challenged on this issue, he said. Sex and religion remains a volatile mix. Thus, this sex summit in Nashville generated its share of online buzz and news coverage, with its discussions of hot topics -- from private issues such as adultery and divorce to public controversies surrounding gay marriage and sex trafficking. But while the culture wars rage on and draw the most attention, Lambert argued that the greatest moral threat to the church today is the Christian pastor, the Christian schoolteacher, the Christian Bible college and seminary student, who exalts sound theology, who points to the Bible and then retreats to the basement computer to indulge in an hour or three of Internet pornography. The bottom line, he said, is hypocrisy:

Porn is something that evangelicals can do in a dark room, behind a shut door after they have railed against homosexual marriage and talked about conservative theology. In addition to looking in the mirror, Lambert challenged religious leaders to: -- Face the fact that 12 is now the average age at which American boys first experience video pornography, which means some people are getting exposed to it a lot earlier, he said. This is the reality. ... We have no idea what kind of generation we are creating. We havent tested it yet. We dont know what its like to have a nation of grown men who were taught about sex from Internet pornography. God help us. -- Help members of their congregations -- of all ages, male and female -- learn strategies for how to avoid the common dangers on the digital roads that lead into the online marketplace that dominates modern life. Far too many people, he said, keep going to places where they shouldnt be at the times when they shouldnt be there. Many are alone and vulnerable, and pastors need to openly discuss that fact. In particular, he said, religious-education leaders must talk to adults about Internet security in an age in which their homes are packed with Internet devices. Most of the time, of course, its the children who know significant-

ly more about how to operate this technology than their parents. -- Confront the belief that consuming pornography is a sin that only affects individual users. For example, he said believers should feel concern -- at least at the level of prayer -for performers who are caught up in the porn industry. Then there are the patterns in modern divorce, with 50-plus percent of those in broken marriages confessing to some degree of problematic involvement with pornography. Its simply wrong, said Lambert, to think this is all about you. ... You wouldnt do it if you thought everybody was going to find out. You wouldnt do it if you knew that you were going to lose your ministry position. You wouldnt do it if you knew your wife was going to leave. You wouldnt do it if you knew that your kids were going to think that you were a pervert. The lie is: Nobody has to know. (Terry Mattingly is the director of the Washington Journalism Center at the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities and leads the GetReligion.org project to study religion and the news.) COPYRIGHT 2014 Universal Uclick

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A.C.T.S. NEW TESTAMENT FELLOWSHIP 8277 German Rd, Delphos Rev. Linda Wannemacher-Pastor Jaye Wannemacher -Worship Leader For information contact: 419-695-3566 Thursday - 7:00 p.m. Bible Study with worship at 8277 German Rd, Delphos Sunday - 7:00 p.m. For Such A Time As This. Tri-County Community Intercessory Prayer Group. Everyone welcome. Biblical counseling also available. DELPHOS BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Jerry Martin 302 N Main, Delphos Contact: 419-692-0061 or 419-302-6423 Sunday - 10:00 a.m. Sunday School (All Ages) , 11:00 a.m. Sunday Service, 6:00 p.m Sunday Evening Service Wednesday - 7:00 p.m. Bible Study, Youth Study Nursery available for all services. FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN 310 W. Second St. - 419-692-5737 Pastor Harry Tolhurst Sunday: 11:00 Worship Service Everyone Welcome Communion first Sunday of every month. Communion at Van Crest Health Care Center - First Sunday of each month at 2:30 p.m., Nursing Home and assisted living. MARION BAPTIST CHURCH 2998 Defiance Trail, Delphos 419-339-6319 Services: Sunday - 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.; Wednesday - 7:00 p.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Where Jesus is Healing Hurting Hearts! 808 Metbliss Ave., Delphos One block so. of Stadium Park. 419-692-6741 Lead Pastor - Dan Eaton Sunday - 10:30 a.m. - Worship Service with Nursery & Kids Church; 6:00 pm. Youth Ministry at The ROC & Jr. Bible Quiz at Church Monday - 7:00 p.m. Teen Bible Quiz at Church Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Discipleship Class in Upper Room For more info see our website: www.delphosfirstassemblyofgod. com. DELPHOS WESLEYAN CHURCH 11720 Delphos Southworth Rd. Delphos - Phone 419-695-1723 Pastor Rodney Shade 937-397-4459 Asst. Pastor Pamela King 419-204-5469 Sunday - 10:30 a.m. Worship; 9:15 a.m. Sunday School for all ages. Wednesday - 7 p.m. Service and prayer meeting. DELPHOS CHRISTIAN UNION Pastor: Rev. Gary Fish 470 S. Franklin St., (419) 692-9940 9:30 Sunday School 10:30 Sunday morning service. 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TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 211 E. Third St., Delphos Rev. David Howell, Pastor Week beginning May 11, 2014 Sunday - 8:15 a.m. Worship Service/Communion; 9:30 a.m. Church School for all ages; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service/ Communion; 11:30 Radio Worship on WDOH; 7:30 p.m. Ladies Bible Fellowship; Confirmation Sunday; Mothers Day. Monday - 6:15 p.m. UM Mens Dinner and Meeting. Wednesday - 11:15 a.m. UMW Day Away (reservations needed); 6:00 p.m. Pastors Bible Study; 7:00 p.m. Chancel Choir; 7:00 p.m. Staff/Pastor Parish Committee Meeting. Thursday - 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Suppers On Us. ST. JOHNS CATHOLIC CHURCH 331 E. Second St., Delphos 419-695-4050 Rev. Dave Reinhart, Pastor Rev. Chris Bohnsack, Associate Pastor

TRINITY UNITED METHODIST Corner of 4th & Main, Spencerville Phone 419-647-5321 Rev. Jan Johnson, Pastor Christmas Eve services: 6:3 p.m. Message - Christmas Uncensred Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Worship service. UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 102 Wisher Drive, Spencerville Rev. Elaine Mikesell, Interim Pastor Sunday 9:30 a.m. Cafe; 10:00 a.m. Worship Service.
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Celebration of the Sacraments Eucharist Lords Day Observance; Saturday 4:30 p.m., Sunday 7:30, 9:15, 11:30 a.m.; Weekdays as announced on Sunday bulletin. Baptism Celebrated first Sunday of month at 1:00 p.m. Call rectory to schedule Pre-Baptismal instructions. Reconciliation Tuesday and Friday 7:30-7:50 a.m.; Saturday 3:30-4:00 p.m. Anytime by request. Matrimony Arrangements must be made through the rectory six months in advance. Anointing of the Sick Communal celebration in May and October. Administered upon request.

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HARTFORD CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Independent Fundamental) Rt. 81 and Defiance Trial Rt. 2, Box 11550 Spencerville 45887 Rev. Robert King, Pastor Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday school; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service; 7:00 p.m. Evening worship and Teens Alive (grades 7-12). Wednesday - 7:00 p.m. Bible service. Tuesday & Thursday 7- 9 p.m. Have you ever wanted to preach the Word of God? This is your time to do it. Come share your love of Christ with us.

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Information submitted At the age of 38, General John Hunt Morgan was a hero to the Confederates. He was known for his courage, dignity and resourcefulness. But Northerners considered him a freebooter-guerrilla-horse thief and a blackbeard with a bridle. Morgans Raid took place from June 11-26, 1863. The Confederate Calvary rode for Mowery 46 days over 1,000 miles covering a region from Tennessee to Ohio. The raiders destroyed bridges, disrupted the railroads at more than 60 places, and diverted thousands of Union troops from other duties. They plundered farms and towns and spread terror throughout Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio. Morgan was captured on July 26, 1863, and he and his remaining men were put in the Ohio Penitentiary at Columbus. Morgan escaped and made his way back to the south. Ohio suffered at least 350 casualties, approximately 2,500 horses stolen, and nearly 4,375 homes and businesses were raided. The cost to Ohio taxpayers was nearly $600,000 in damages and over $200,000 in wages paid to the 49,357 Ohioans called up to man 587 companies of local militia. The Allen County Historical Society is pleased to present David L. Mowery, a native resident of Cincinnati and graduate of the University of Cincinnati, at 2 p.m. May 18 at the Allen County Museum. Mowery has lived at various points along the path of Morgans Raid for most of his life. The American Civil War piqued his interest at an early age. Since childhood, he has

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The Wildcats, who sent nine to the dish against Ada (4-15) starter Cory Kellum (3 innings, 10 hits, 13 runs, 10 earned, 2 bases- in the first frame, sent 10 in the second, on-balls, 1 strikeout; 78 pitches, 43 strikes). scoring four times. Stockwell was hit by Jace Stockwell (2 runs batted in) got aboard a pitch and after stealing second, so was ADA Jefferson and Ada competed via an error to lead it off, advanced on a Binkley. Thompson sliced a liner to left to well for one inning on a brilliant and breezy passed ball and scored on a sharp single to load the bases. Jettinghoffs grounder into Thursday afternoon at War Memorial Park left by Hunter Binkley (4 runs scored). In left got Stockwell home and Herrons forcein Ada, with the visiting Wildcats leading turn, the latter stole second and kept going out of Jettinghoff at second plated Binkley; on a wild pitch. After Ross Thompson (3 an error on the relay allowed Thompson 5-3 after one frame. runs scored) was plunked, he to touch the dish. Herron advanced on a Then the roof caved in on promptly burgled second. Austin wild pitch and came home for the Jefferson the host Bulldogs, with the Jettinghoff (3-for-5, 2 runs) eighth tally on a double to the right-field Wildcats putting up innings got aboard on an error, plating corner by the lefty-swinging Rassman. of four runs, four runs and Ada got a 2-out single by Sautter in the Binkley and moving Thompson five en route to an 18-3 rout to third. Jettinghoff stole second second. in five innings in Northwest The Red and White made it 13-3 in and both scored courtesy of a Conference baseball action. line double down the left-field the third, sending nine more to the plate. The Wildcats (15-10, line by Jordan Herron (2-for-4, Binkley got aboard via an error and stole 5-3 NWC) coming off 4 RBIs, 2 runs). He took third second. An out later, a Jettinghoff liner an emotional 12-7 win over on a ground by Gaige Rassman put runners on the corners, with Binkley cross-town St. Johns the night but was caught trying to score by scoring on a Herron double to right center. before amassed 13 hits, Seth Evans on a grounder to third Rassman singled to right to get Jettinghoff eight bases-on-balls and three by Gage Mercer. He stole second home; a 2-base error on the play got Herron hit batters, swiping nine bases Jettinghoff home as well. Finally, Mercer and scored on two wild and getting five errors from the hit a rocket double past the Ada defense; they also left 13 runners on pitches for a 5-0 edge. third-base bag to plate Rassman. Ada got three back in the base, four times with the bases loaded in The visitors sent 11 to the every frame but the first. They faced 139 home half against Wildcat startplate in the fourth against pitches (61 for strikes) against four hurl- er Stockwell (2-0; 3 IPs, 6 hits, Ada reliever Alex Nickelsen. ers a major concern for Ada head man 3 ERs, 4 Ks). With one down, Binkley walked to commence Jason Campbell while their three throw- Brayden Sautter singled to centhe inning and advanced on ers compiled 69 total tosses (44 for strikes). ter and Connor English doubled a wild pitch. Thompson also If head man Doug Geary felt the Red to right center just off the glove got a free pass and Jettinghoff and White were going to have a letdown, it of centerfielder Binkley. Slade singled to left. An out later, Downing slapped a no-doubt didnt come to fruition. Rassman forced Jettinghoff We came out right away. Its a league 3-run blast to straightaway cenat second but Binkley scored. game and you take nothing for granted, ter for a 5-3 deficit. Kellum Herron After a Rassman burglary of secGeary explained. We hit the ball very well singled to left and an error on the ond, Mercer, Zavier Buzard in all game long and kept adding to the lead; play placed him at second. Caleb when we werent hitting, we were being Garman grounded to third and Herron his second game back from off-season patient and not allowing ourselves to get alertly caught Kellum too far off second shoulder surgery and pinch-hitter Tyler into bad habits. Our approach is always to and he was eventually tagged out. Seth Rice all walked, scoring Thompson and forget the score and stay within your strike Evans lined a hit to left but Steven Gray Rassman for a 16-3 edge. zone; I felt we only had a couple of swings forced Garman at third. See WILDCATS, page 8 That was the last hurrah for the Purple that we didnt do that. Delphos got going early and often and Gold. By JIM METCALFE Staff Writer jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com By CORT REYNOLDS The Ada Herald

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ADA - The Ada softball squad plated four runs in a big sixth-inning rally to knock off upset-minded Delphos Jefferson 7-4 in the Northwest Conference and home-season finale for the Lady Bulldogs on a very warm Thursday evening. The victory lifted Adas overall record to 11-7; they end up 1-7 in NWC play. Jefferson dropped to 1-12 overall and finished 0-8 in league action to finish last in the 9-team NWC. Junior Tori Wyss slammed a tie-breaking 3-run double to left-center field to give the Bulldogs a 7-4 edge in the bottom of the sixth, a clutch blast that provided the final margin of victory. Tori is really seeing the ball well; that was a big hit, said Ada head coach Ken Jochims. That was a huge situation and she cleared the bases. But offensively other than her, we did not do that much. The Bulldogs had carefully built a 3-0 lead heading to the fifth inning with solid defense and pitching. The game was scoreless until the home half of the third when Wyss led off with Branham a sharp single to left field. Wyss stole second to get into scoring position. The next batter was retired on a groundout to shortstop but when Wyss attempted to advance to third after the out was recorded, the throw across the diamond from the first sacker sailed wide and into foul territory, allowing Wyss to scamper home with the games first run. In the top of the fourth, the Wildcats threatened with two singles. With runners on second and third and two out, the next batter drilled a liner to deep center field but senior Alexis Gonzaga made a fine stab of the shot that almost got over her head to end the inning. That was a nice catch but even if it had gotten past her, the girl had batted out of order and would have been out, Jochims pointed out. In the bottom of the fourth, Ada shortstop Quinn High singled to center and stole second base. Ashley Windle tagged a long fly to left that was dropped and High scurried home for a 2-0 lead. Windle advanced to second on a passed ball and Gonzaga drilled a liner to shortstop that was caught on a fine backhanded, diving effort. Ashley Sumners soft liner to the hole caromed off the diving shortstops glove and into the outfield to drive in Windle for a 3-0 cushion. In the top of the fifth, the Ada defense fell apart. A single to center field was followed by a dropped infield pop-up. A sacrifice bunt to first base turned into a bases loaded, none-out jam on a fielders choice. Another error on a spinning grounder to second base allowed two runs to score. Yet Ada avoided a bigger inning when a potential third run unwisely tried to score with none out and was cut down at the plate on a throw from Windle to pitcher Alexis Amburgey covering home. After a ground-out to second knocked in the tying run, a long RBI double off the base of the right-field wall by Samantha Branham gave the visitors a 4-3 edge. Then after a single to center field, Gonzaga gunned down the Wildcat runner at the plate with a fine throw to Windle, who blocked home well to record the final out of the frame. Thus in an unusual occurrence, two of the outs in the inning were recorded at home plate, or it could have been a much more damaging rally for the Wildcats. It could have been worse, admitted Jochims. Tessa (Coulson) has been our best defensive player all year. Other than that inning, we played pretty well defensively. In the top of the sixth, Sumner relieved Amburgey and retired the side in order. See JEFFERSON, page 8

Aleshin making himself at home at Indy


trim the cars have to be, and even the different configurations that teams may choose to run the race. INDIANAPOLIS Mikhail Aleshin made his first trip to BOURDAIS QUICK AGAIN: Sebastien Bourdais was the U.S. last November when he was contemplating taking a again one of the fastest drivers on the track, clocking the ride in IndyCar. He stepped off a plane from Moscow expect- quickest time in the morning and third-fastest in the combined ing a balmy Indianapolis winter and learned the hard way it two sessions. was colder than he was used to in Russia. It remains to be seen if he can translate that into a solid Fast-forward six months and the first Russian driver to finish on Saturday. compete in the IndyCar Series has adjusted quite well to his Bourdais has been consistently quick since signing with new home. Aleshin likes living in Indy, is finding his way KV Racing-SH, the team that won the Indianapolis 500 last in the open-wheel series and getting quite comfortable at year with Tony Kanaan. The Frenchman has nothing to show Indianapolis Motor Speedway. for his fast practice sessions, though, and his best Four days after completing the Indianapolis 500 finish this season was 13th at St. Pete. Hes been rookie orientation program, Aleshin was back at penalized by IndyCar five times in the first three the speedway Thursday for the opening day of the races. inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis. He briefly sat BAD WEATHER: The opening day of the Grand atop the leaderboard in the second practice session Prix of Indianapolis may have had the best weather and ended the day with the fifth-best overall time. of the 3-day event. Thunderstorms are expected in Scott Dixon paced the day at 1 minute, 10.4654 the Indianapolis area today, the day drivers will seconds. Aleshin, who was the fastest of the five qualify for the inaugural road course race. rookies in Mondays rookie program, posted a best It could be dry for Saturdays race but will cerlap at 1:10.6681 and told reporters hes been awed tainly be cooler than the near 90 degree heat drivers by the speedway. prepared in on Thursday. When I had my (rookie) test, I understood why But its the rain for qualifying that could present its so special because it really is very special, this biggest issue. Aleshin Aleshin said. Its just amazing. You drive so fast. I I think we have enough data to keep improving think I really like the oval stuff. I just cant wait til in the dry condition, said Simon Pagenaud, who Im going to be racing with the guys around because thats was second-fastest Thursday. In the wet, you just deal with it. going to be exciting. Theres not much you can do. Usually a good car in the dry is Aleshins first experience on an American race track was a good in the wet. Hopefully its the case if it rains. November test with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports at Sebring THEY SAID IT: Aleshins career goals, like most European International Raceway in Florida. But the 26-year-old said drivers, were always geared toward Formula One. He previRussians are aware of the Indianapolis 500 and race fans in ously won the Formula Renault 3.5 Championship in 2010 and Europe try to watch the event each year. tested the Lotus Renault F1 car and Red Bull F1 car. But three But IndyCar is an unknown in his home country, something races into IndyCar, he said his fans are enjoying the American Aleshin believes will change later this month when he expects series more than F1. media attention as he prepares for his Indy 500 debut. PENALTIES: Both Josef Newgarden and rookie Jack IndyCar was never showed on Russian TV so much. We Hawksworth were penalized by IndyCar on Thursday for had a couple Indy 500 races a long time ago, he added. But showing up late to the mandatory weigh-in session. Newgarden from this year, it is on TV already, so people start to follow. was docked six minutes of track time from Thursdays second For the 500 race, there is a lot of media coming here from practice, while Hawksworth was held out for three minutes. Russia, as well. The penalties correlated to how many minutes late each driver Heres five things from the opening day of the inaugural was to weigh-in. Grand Prix of Indianapolis: Pennzoils Yellow Submarine scheme back at Indy: WHAT TO EXPECT: Indianapolis Motor Speedway recon- Pennzoil will return its iconic Yellow Submarine paint figured its existing road course for this inaugural Grand Prix, scheme to the Indianapolis 500 this month with 3-time winner which will be run on a 14-turn, 2.439-mile circuit Saturday. Helio Castroneves. It will look nothing like the Indianapolis 500 and the cars The bright, distinctive design earned its nickname in 1979 will race clockwise. Turns 2 through 6 run through the north when Johnny Rutherford first used the scheme, then won in portion of the infield and the exit of Turn 6 begins a long run the car at Indianapolis Motor Speedway a year later. through the middle of the facility into a left-hand turn. Pennzoil moved its sponsorship to Team Penske in 1983 The cars will race behind the Hall of Fame Museum and and the organization won the Indy 500 with Rick Mears drivtheir final braking point will be in Turn 12, which is a right- ing a similar yellow, black and red scheme in 1984 and 1988. handed turn in front of the South Vista. My favorite memory of the Yellow Submarine is (it) I think this layout, because it is smooth, the grip is quite winning the Indy 500, said Castroneves. I remember Rick high, youll see some really good racing, said reigning series Mears going down the straightaway and into Turn 1 you champion Dixon. I expect it to be one of the best races we could spot the car anywhere. 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Grove rallies late to knock off Lancers in NWC baseball By Charlie Warnimont DHI Correspondent COLUMBUS GROVE Lincolnview had more than their share of scoring opportunities Thursday evening at Columbus Grove. The problem was the Lancers were unable to come through with a key hit leaving the Bulldogs in the game. And with the last at-bat the Bulldogs took advantage of their opportunity. Columbus Grove scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to rally for a 7-6 Northwest Conference win on Senior Night at Bulldog Field. Before the contest, the three Lincolnview seniors and four Grove seniors were recognized by the Columbus Grove players and coaches. The win keeps the Bulldogs one game back of Crestview in the NWC as they are 6-1 and 12-7 overall. Columbus Grove will play at Crestview on May 17 with a share of the NWC crown on the line. The Lady Lancers dropped to 10-12 on the season and 5-3 in the NWC. Lincolnview had a 4-0 lead before the Bulldogs rallied to take a 5-4 lead in the fifth inning. The Lancers battled back to tie the game in the sixth inning on an RBI double by Mikenna Klinger that scored courtesy runner Stephanie Longwell, who was running for Macala Ashbaugh, who had walked to start the inning. Lincolnview grabbed the lead in the top of the seventh as Macey Ashbaugh doubled to left to start the inning and took third on a sacrifice bunt

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by Julia Thatcher. After a popup to shortstop, that nearly saw Ashbaugh doubled off third, Ashbaugh scored on a wild pitch. Devann Springer reached second base on an error but was stranded there. Columbus Grove wasted little time in tying the game. Hope Schroeder, who was the Bulldogs starting pitcher before being removed, reentered the lineup to bat for sister Grace Schroeder and took the first pitch she saw deep over the left field wall to tie the game. What a spot to put her back in there in the top of the seventh, Grove coach Travis Gallmeier said. She cranks one over the fence and ties the game. You cant script something like that. She had struggled at the plate before that and I was in a dilemma on when to bring her back in and get a chance to bat. We waited and it paid off for us. With the game tied Micah Stechschulte dropped a single just out of the reach of Lancer first baseman Macey Ashbaugh. Katie Roose laid down a bunt and when the throw to first base sailed high that allowed Stechschulte to race to third base. With Monica Delgado at the plate, the first pitch she saw sailed to the backstop and Stechschulte raced home with the winning win. One of our things this year is that you have to believe, Gallmeier said. You have to believe in yourself and what we want to get accomplished. If you believe in yourself and can keep your head we will get it done and we have gotten it done in a lot of games. See ROUNDUP, page 7

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Halfway there: Miami tops Nets in Game 2, 94-82


By TIM REYNOLDS Associated Press MIAMI Strange as it sounds, missing shots worked wonders for the Miami Heat. And after the Brooklyn Nets went nearly 2 minutes a basketball eternity without the ball down the stretch, the 2-time defending NBA champions would soon find themselves two wins from another trip to the Eastern Conference finals. LeBron James scored 22 points, Chris Bosh added 18 and the Heat pulled away late to beat the Nets 94-82 on Thursday night, taking a 2-0 lead in the East semifinals. To be able to get some stops like that at the end and then execute; its something thats critical in this series, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. Dwyane Wade had 14 and Ray Allen scored 13 for the Heat, who tied a franchise record with their eighth straight playoff victory. Theyll go for No. 9 on Saturday night, when the best-of-7 series shifts to Brooklyn for Game 3. Mirza Teletovic set a Nets playoff record with six 3-pointers, on his way to a 20-point night off the bench. Shaun Livingston scored 15 and Paul Pierce and Joe Johnson each added 13 more for the Nets. Deron Williams was 0-for-9 from the field, the worst shooting night of his career. That one hurt, Nets coach Jason Kidd said. We were right there. We gave ourselves, on the road, an opportunity against the world champs. We let the game slip away. That one possession when they got four offensive rebounds, it didnt lose the game for us. It was three rebounds but no matter. It was still a back-breaker for the Nets. Teletovic scored inside with 3:39 left to get Brooklyn within eight. For the next 100 seconds, Miami kept possession. James missed a 3-pointer and Allen maneuvered his way around four Nets to grab the rebound. James missed again and Wade grabbed that board. James missed a layup but Bosh controlled that board. And finally, almost mercifully, Wade found James for a layup with 1:59 remaining. The lead was 10, the outcome decided. That was a killer, Johnson said. Wade had just six points in the games first 37 minutes, then eight more in the next three, setting the tone for a grind-it-out fourth quarter from Miami. The Heat led 79-77 when Brooklyns Marcus Thornton missed a 3-pointer with 6:21 left which, had it gone down, would have had the Heat facing a fourthquarter deficit for the first time in these playoffs. But it missed. And thats when the Heat found separation for the first time all night. James was in trouble with less than 4 seconds on the shot clock and still found a way to get a bounce pass out to Mario Chalmers in the left corner for a 3-pointer. After a stop on the ensuing Brooklyn trip, Allen hit from the same spot as Chalmers for an 85-77 lead. As the game wore on we started picking up the pace, Allen said. We started to

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Associated Press CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Mondays Results Washington 102, Indiana 96 L.A. Clippers 122, Oklahoma City 105 Tuesdays Results Miami 107, Brooklyn 86 San Antonio 116, Portland 92, San Antonio leads series 1-0 Wednesdays Results Indiana 86, Washington 82, series tied 1-1 Oklahoma City 112, L.A. Clippers 101, series tied 1-1 Thursdays Results Miami 94, Brooklyn 82, Miami leads series 2-0 Portland at San Antonio, 9:30 p.m. Todays Games Indiana at Washington, 8 p.m. Oklahoma City at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m. Saturdays Games Miami at Brooklyn, 8 p.m. San Antonio at Portland, 10:30 p.m. Sundays Games Oklahoma City at L.A. Clippers, 3:30 p.m. Indiana at Washington, 8 p.m.

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getting how we play basketball. Teletovic kept the Nets afloat. He made his first four 3-pointers, needing less than six minutes to do so after checking in for the first time late in the opening quarter. He had 15 points on 5-for-7 shooting from beyond the arc by halftime alone, a boost that Brooklyn definitely needed. And his shots came at big times. Of Teletovics five 3s in the first half, three broke ties. His sixth 3 of the game, late in the third, tied the game at 61. But in the end, Miami was too much. This series is far from over, Johnson said. Miami was scoreless for the games first 3:32, the longest Heat drought to open a home game since Feb. 26, 2005 443 contests ago. And that set the tone for some serious offensive struggles in the early going, with the Nets scoring only 21 points in the first quarter and still leading by six when the period was over. James had only three shots in the games first 21 minutes, then closed the half on a 4-for-4 flurry and Miami went into the break trailing 46-45. NOTES: Trying to save a loose ball in the third quarter, James leaped over a row of people sitting along one sideline, then ran about 10 more rows deep into the stands. Mason Plumlee had three first-half fouls for the Nets, matching the entire Heat total. Brooklyn didnt take any free throws until the third quarter. Miami shot 6-for-18 in the first quarter, 12-for-18 in the second. Nets F Kevin Garnett, who went scoreless in Game 1, had four points.

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Pennzoil is returning the paint scheme as part of a monthlong celebration of the launch of its platinum and ultra-platinum synthetic motor oils with PurePlus Technology, which uses natural gas. Rimes to sing national anthem at Indy 500: Country music star LeAnn Rimes will sing the national anthem before the start of this years Indianapolis 500. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway announced the selection Thursday. Rimes said in a statement that it is an honor to be picked to sing the anthem at the races 98th running on May 25. Rimes had her first national hit in 1996 when she was 13 years

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old and has since won multiple Grammy Awards. This years pre-race festivities will be highlighted by what actor Jim Nabors says will be his final singing of Back Home Again in Indiana at the track. The 83-year-old Nabors has performed the song nearly every year since 1972. Drivers, teams contend with new oddities at Indy: Michael Andretti thought he had experienced everything at Indianapolis Motor Speedway until he strolled down pit row Thursday. Suddenly, the 51-year-old IndyCar team owner who grew up around this historic track, who raced against his father and his son here, who led more laps than any non-race winner in Indy history, was surprised at seeing tire marks going the wrong way.

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Grace Schroeder picked up the win for Grove in relief of Hope Schroeder. Grace Schroeder worked three innings allowing two runs on two hits. Hope Schroeder allowed four runs in four plus innings on five hits and she walked 10 batters. However, the two Bulldog pitchers combined to strand 15 Lancer runners on base, including leaving the bases loaded three times in the contest. We just couldnt get that timely hit, Lancer coach Kent McClure said. Id hate to see how many runners we left on base. You have to take your hats off to them for fighting back when we didnt produce. Were a roller coaster as a team. We have great games, then we have games like this. Ashley McClure took the loss for the Lancers as she allowed seven runs on six hits with eight strikeouts and four walks. Lincolnviews troubles getting runners home started early as they left the bases loaded in the first inning, left two runners on in the second inning and left the bases loaded in the third inning. However, they had a 4-0 lead as they sent 10 batters to the plate in the third inning to score four times. Thatcher opened the Lancer third with a single and stole second before the next batter struck out. Springer was hit in the foot by a pitch and Macala Ashbaugh dropped a single into short center to load the bases. After a popup to the pitcher, Kelsey Mohr walked to force in a run and Klinger plated a run with a slow roller to third base. Autumn Proctor was hit by a pitch to force in a run before Macey ashbaugh walked to make it 4-0. A strikeout ended the inning. The Lancers loaded the bases in the fourth inning with two outs before a popup to shortstop ended the inning. Columbus Grove got on the scoreboard in the bottom of the fourth as Stechschulte singled and took second on a wild pitch. After the next two batters were retired, Brooke Hoffman slapped a single to left to score Stechschulte. The Bulldogs took the lead in the bottom of the fifth as Kyrah Yinger walked and Deanna Kleman reached on an error and both moved up a base on a double steal. After an out, Stechschulte walked before Roose sent a slow roller to second base. The Lancer second baseman attempted to field the ball and step on second, but did not field the ball cleanly allowing two runs to score. Delgado tied the game with a single to right field and the Bulldogs took the lead on a wild pitch. We didnt make the plays, McClure conceded. Defensively no one really wants to step up and that is disappointing because we have a veteran infield. But hats to off to Grove, they came through when they had to. *** Lincolnview 004 001 1 - 6 7 5 Columbus Grove 000 140 2 - 7 6 1 WP-G. Schroeder. LP-McClure. INFORMATION SUBMITTED Bearcats smack Mustangs in baseball HARROD In varsity baseball action Thursday at Allen East High School, Spencerville blasted the host Mustangs 10-2 in Northwest Conference action. Thad Ringwald (3-1) was the winning pitcher for the Bearcats (8-9), going six

Associated Press National League East Division W L Pct GB Miami 19 15 .559 Washington 19 15 .559 Atlanta 18 15 .545 New York 16 17 .485 2 Philadelphia 15 18 .455 3 Central Division W L Pct GB Milwaukee 22 13 .629 St. Louis 18 17 .514 4 Cincinnati 15 18 .455 6 Pittsburgh 14 20 .412 7 Chicago 11 21 .344 9 West Division W L Pct GB San Fran 21 13 .618 Colorado 22 14 .611 L Angeles 19 16 .543 2 San Diego 15 20 .429 6 Arizona 13 24 .351 9 ___ Wednesdays Results Pittsburgh 4, San Francisco 3 Miami 1, N.Y. Mets 0 Washington 3, L.A. Dodgers 2 Arizona 3, Milwaukee 2 Kansas City 8, San Diego 0 Toronto 10, Philadelphia 0 Boston 4, Cincinnati 3 St. Louis 7, Atlanta 1 Colorado 9, Texas 2 Chicago White Sox 8, Chicago Cubs 3 Thursdays Results Toronto 12, Philadelphia 6 Colorado at Texas, 8:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m. Miami at San Diego, 10:10 p.m. San Francisco at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m. Todays Games St. Louis (Wacha 2-3) at Pittsburgh (Liriano 0-3), 7:05 p.m. Colorado (Chacin 0-1) at Cincinnati (Cueto 3-2), 7:10 p.m. Philadelphia (R.Hernandez 2-1) at N.Y. Mets (Mejia 3-0), 7:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Hammel 4-1) at Atlanta (Teheran 2-2), 7:35 p.m. Arizona (McCarthy 1-5) at Chicago White Sox (Rienzo 2-0), 8:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Tanaka 4-0) at Milwaukee (Gallardo 2-1), 8:10 p.m. Washington (Fister 0-0) at Oakland (Milone 0-3), 10:05 p.m. Miami (Fernandez 4-1) at San Diego (T.Ross 3-3), 10:10 p.m. San Francisco (Bumgarner 3-3) at L.A. Dodgers (Maholm 1-2), 10:10 p.m. Saturdays Games San Francisco at L.A. Dodgers, 4:10 p.m. St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. Arizona at Chicago White Sox, 7:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Atlanta, 7:10 p.m. Colorado at Cincinnati, 7:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Milwaukee, 7:10 p.m. Philadelphia at N.Y. Mets, 7:10 p.m. Miami at San Diego, 8:40 p.m. Washington at Oakland, 9:05 p.m. Sundays Games Colorado at Cincinnati, 1:10 p.m. Philadelphia at N.Y. Mets, 1:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Atlanta, 1:35 p.m. Arizona at Chicago White Sox, 2:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. Washington at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. Miami at San Diego, 4:10 p.m. San Francisco at L.A. Dodgers, 4:10 p.m. St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 8:05 p.m.

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Associated Press NASCAR SPRINT CUP Columbus Groves Micah Stechschulte scores the winning run as Lincolnview 5-HOUR ENERGY 400 pitcher Katie McClure applies a late tag during the teams NWC softball enSite: Kansas City, Missouri. counter Thursday at Grove. (Delphos Herald/Charlie Warnimont) Schedule: Today, practice (Fox Sports 1, noon-1:30 p.m., 2:30-3:30 p.m.), qualifying (Fox Sports 1, 6:30-8 p.m.); Saturday, race, 7:30 p.m. (Fox, Score by Innings: innings (8 hits, 2 earned runs, 4 walks, 5 Spencerville 3 0 0 0 3 1 0 - 7 15 9 (8 left on base) 7-11 p.m.). strikeouts). Jacob Meyer threw an inning Track: Kansas Speedway (oval, Allen East 2 0 4 8 0 0 x - 14 11 2 (7 left on base) of relief. WP: Aubrey Davis; LP: Tori Johnston (7-6). 2B: 1.5 miles). Race distance: 400.5 miles, 267 Getting two hits each for the Bearcats Spencerville - Caitlyn Propst 3, Tiffany Work 2, Tori were Meyer (4 at-bats), Ringwald (3), Johnston; Allen East - Rodriguez, Sizemore. HR: Allen laps. Last year: Matt Kenseth raced to Hunter French (5), Bubba Shimp (3) and East - Rodriguez. his second straight Kansas victory, Luke Carpenter (3). holding off Kasey Kahne. Kenseth was Bulldogs bash Spartans The Bearcats will play in the Sectional penalized after his engine failed postELIDA Elida got the bats out early race inspection. tournament Saturday at home at noon. Last week: Denny Hamlin won Clum took the loss for the hosts (13- and often Thursday night at Ed Sandy 10, 2-6), going 2 1/3 innings, three hits, Memorial Field, bashing out 16 hits to at Talladega for his first victory in a race at a restrictor-plate four earned runs, two walks, two hit bat- bop Lima Senior 11-1 in a 5-inning base- points-paying track. He won a drag race with Kevin ball contest. ters and one strikeout. Harvick on a restart with two laps Score by Innings: Josh Bull was the recipient of the remaining and was out front when Spencerville 0 4 0 3 0 1 2 - 10 13 1 offensive largesse for the Bulldogs, giv- NASCAR froze the field because of Allen East 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 - 2 8 3 ing up eight hits and an earned tally, debris. WP: Thad Ringwald (3-1); LP: Clum. 2B: James Fast facts: Harvick (Phoenix, walking one and fanning five. Schaad (S), Stippend (A). Darlington) and Joey Logano (Texas, Brady Allen gave up all 16 hits and Richmond) lead the series with two Lady Mustangs double-up error- 11 earned runs for the Spartans, walking victories. Hamlin, Dale Earnhardt four and whiffing one. Jr. (Daytona), Brad Keselowski (Las prone Spencerville softballers Adam Purdy was the top Dog with Vegas), Carl Edwards (Bristol), Kurt HARROD Allen East defeated (Martinsville) also have won. Spencerville 14-7 Thursday night at a 4-for-4 performance at the dish (run, Busch run batted in), while Bull was 3-for-3 (3 Harvick in October at the track. Moms and Dads Field at Allen East. Clint Bowyer, from Emporia, Kansas, Allen East improves to 17-5 (6-2 runs, 2 RBIs), Travis Watkins 3-for-4 (3 won the Truck Series race at the track runs, RBI) and Max Stambaugh 2-for-4 in 2011. Truck Series driver Ryan NWC). Blaney is attempting to make his series Spencerville falls to 10-11 (2-6 NWC). (2 RBIs, run). Josiah Shoemaker (run) and Aaron debut in Penske Racings No. 12 Ford. The Lady Bearcats actually out-hit the Father Dave Blaney also is entered. Mustangs 15-11 but doomed their efforts Reed were 2-for-2 for the Spartans, while Next race: NASCAR Sprint AllAllen was 2-for-3. with nine errors in the field. Star Race, May 17, Charlotte Motor LIMA SENIOR (1) Tori Johnston was the hard-luck loser Speedway, Concord, North Carolina. ab r h rbi Online: http://www.nascar.com with a complete game of 11 hits and 14 Isiaha Burkholder 3 0 0 0, Brady Allen 3 0 2 0, Josiah ___ runs ceded (6 earned), walking three and Shoemaker 2 1 2 0, Khiry Williams 3 0 1 0, Devin Wilcutt 2 CAMPING WORLD TRUCK 0 0 0, Aaron Reed 2 0 2 0, Mike Holobaugh 2 0 1 1, Jaime fanning two. SFP 250 Delgado 2 0 0 0, Darius Collins 2 0 0 0. Totals 21 1 8 1. Aubrey Davis got the win for the hosts ELIDA (11) Site: Kansas City, Missouri. with five innings on the mound (10 hits, 6 ab r h rbi Schedule: Today, qualifying (Fox Austin Morrison 3 0 0 0, Josh Bull 4 3 3 2, Adam Sports 1, 4:30-6 p.m.), race, 8:30 p.m. runs, 2 walks, 4 Ks). Purdy 4 1 4 1, Max Stambaugh 4 1 2 2, Logan Alexander Leading hitters for Spencerville: 3 1 1 0, Travis Watkins 4 3 3 1, Jared Blymyer 2 1 1 1, (Fox Sports 1, 8-11 p.m.). Track: Kansas Speedway (oval, Haleigh Mull 3-for-4 (2 runs scored), Alan Tyrrell 1 0 1 1, Riley Overholt 1 0 0 2, Justin Murphy 1.5 miles). Caitlyn Propst 3-for-4 all doubles (run 3 1 1 0. Totals 29 11 16 10. Race distance: 250.5 miles, 167 Score by Innings: scored, 3 runs batted in), Johnston 2-forlaps. Lima Sr. 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 (2 runs scored, 3 RBIs, BB), Tiffany Last year: Matt Crafton raced to Elida 1 4 1 2 3 - 11 Work 2-for-4 both doubles (run scored E: K. Williams, Burkholder, Shoemaker, Collins. LOB: his lone 2013 victory en route to the and Alix Hamrick 2-for-2. Lima Senior 6, Elida 9. 2B: Watkins 2, Purdy, Blymyer. season title. Last race: Crafton won the rainLeading hitters for Allen East: 3B: Purdy. SF: Overholt. SB: Alexander, Blymyer, Murphy. delayed race at Martinsville on March IP H R ER BB SO Rodriquez 3-for-5 (double, home run, 30. LIMA SENIOR 2 runs scored), Schmiedebush 2-for-3, Fast facts: The race is the third Allen (L) 4.67 16 11 11 4 1 Lloyd 2-for 2 (3 runs score) and Sizemore of the season. Sprint Cup driver Kyle ELIDA Bull (W) 5.0 8 1 1 1 5 Busch won the opener at Daytona in 2-for-3. PB: Reed. SO: Wilcutt 2, Burkholder, Delgado, February for his 36th series victory. Spencerville visits New Bremen Collins, Blymyer. BB: Shoemaker, Alexander, Overholt, Busch, Joey Logano and Austin Dillon tonight. Blymyer, Morrison. are racing. Dillon, the 2011 season

American League East Division W L Pct GB Baltimore 17 14 .548 New York 18 15 .545 Toronto 18 17 .514 1 Boston 17 17 .500 1 Tampa Bay 15 19 .441 3 Central Division W L Pct GB Detroit 20 10 .667 Chicago 18 17 .514 4 Kansas City 16 17 .485 5 Cleveland 16 19 .457 6 Minnesota 15 18 .455 6 West Division W L Pct GB Oakland 20 15 .571 Seattle 17 16 .515 2 Texas 17 17 .500 2 L Angeles 16 17 .485 3 Houston 11 24 .314 9 ___ Wednesdays Results Seattle 6, Oakland 4, 10 innings, 1st game Kansas City 8, San Diego 0 Cleveland 4, Minnesota 3 Oakland 2, Seattle 0, 2nd game Toronto 10, Philadelphia 0 Detroit 3, Houston 2 Baltimore 4, Tampa Bay 3 Boston 4, Cincinnati 3 Colorado 9, Texas 2 Chicago White Sox 8, Chicago Cubs 3 N.Y. Yankees 9, L.A. Angels 2 Thursdays Results Cleveland 9, Minnesota 4 Houston 6, Detroit 2 Toronto 12, Philadelphia 6 Baltimore at Tampa Bay, 7:10 p.m. Colorado at Texas, 8:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m. Kansas City at Seattle, 10:10 p.m. Todays Games Houston (Feldman 2-1) at Baltimore (W.Chen 3-2), 7:05 p.m. L.A. Angels (Richards 3-0) at Toronto (McGowan 2-1), 7:07 p.m. Minnesota (P.Hughes 3-1) at Detroit (Verlander 4-1), 7:08 p.m. Cleveland (Kluber 2-3) at Tampa Bay (Odorizzi 1-3), 7:10 p.m. Boston (Buchholz 2-2) at Texas (Darvish 2-1), 8:05 p.m. Arizona (McCarthy 1-5) at Chicago White Sox (Rienzo 2-0), 8:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Tanaka 4-0) at Milwaukee (Gallardo 2-1), 8:10 p.m. Washington (Fister 0-0) at Oakland (Milone 0-3), 10:05 p.m. Kansas City (Vargas 2-1) at Seattle (Maurer 1-0), 10:10 p.m. Saturdays Games L.A. Angels at Toronto, 1:07 p.m. Minnesota at Detroit, 1:08 p.m. Houston at Baltimore, 7:05 p.m. Arizona at Chicago White Sox, 7:10 p.m. Cleveland at Tampa Bay, 7:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Milwaukee, 7:10 p.m. Boston at Texas, 8:05 p.m. Washington at Oakland, 9:05 p.m. Kansas City at Seattle, 9:10 p.m. Sundays Games L.A. Angels at Toronto, 1:07 p.m. Minnesota at Detroit, 1:08 p.m. Houston at Baltimore, 1:35 p.m. Cleveland at Tampa Bay, 1:40 p.m. Arizona at Chicago White Sox, 2:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. Boston at Texas, 3:05 p.m. Washington at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. Kansas City at Seattle, 4:10 p.m.

champion, is making his first series start of the year. Camping World has renewed its series sponsorship through 2022. The company has sponsored the series since 2009. Next race: North Carolina Education Lottery 200, May 16, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, North Carolina. Online: http://www.nascar.com ___ NATIONWIDE Next race: Get To Know Newton 250, May 18, Iowa Speedway, Newton, Iowa. Last week: Elliott Sadler raced to his first Talladega victory, winning a three-lap shootout to the checkered flag. Chris Buescher was second. Online: http://www.nascar.com ___ VERIZON INDYCAR GRAND PRIX OF INDIANAPOLIS Site: Indianapolis. Schedule: Today, practice, qualifying; Saturday, race, 3:50 p.m. (ABC, 3:30-6 p.m.). Track: Indianapolis Motor Speedway (road course, 2.439 miles). Race distance: 200 miles, 82 laps. Last year: Inaugural race. Last race: Ryan Hunter-Reay raced to his second straight victory at Barber in Alabama on April 27 in a rainshortened event that finished under caution. Andretti Autosport teammate Marco Andretti was second. Fast facts: The race is the fourth of the season. Team Penskes Will Power took the opener in St. Petersburg, Florida, and Ed Carpenter Racings Mike Conway won in Long Beach, California. The course has 14 turns five left and nine right. The race will begin with a standing start. The first Indianapolis 500 practice is Sunday. The Indy Lights series is racing Friday and Saturday. Next race: Indianapolis 500, May 25, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis. Online: http://www.indycar.com ___ FORMULA ONE SPANISH GRAND PRIX Site: Barcelona, Spain. Schedule: Today, practice (NBC Sports Network, 8-9:30 a.m.; Saturday, practice, qualifying (NBC Sports Network, 8-9:30 a.m.); Sunday, race, 8 a.m. (NBC Sports Network, 7:30-10). Track: Circuit de Catalunya (road course, 2.89 miles). Race distance: 190.8 miles, 66 laps. Last year: Ferraris Fernando Alonso won in front of his home fans. Last race: Mercedes Lewis Hamilton won the Chinese Grand Prix on April 20 for his third straight victory. Teammate Nico Rosberg was second.

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Kaymer ties course record with a 63 at Sawgrass


Associated Press PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. Martin Kaymer stopped thinking, started swinging and played his way into the record book Thursday in The Players Championship. Kaymer missed only two fairways. He putted for birdie on all but one hole. And the former PGA champion finished with four straight birdies to become only the fourth player to shoot 9-under 63 on the Stadium Course at the TPC Sawgrass, giving him a 2-shot lead over Russell Henley. Kaymer took advantage of a perfect day for scoring warm weather, hardly any wind and soft greens. There were 28 rounds in the 60s, which made the score by Adam Scott look even worse. With another chance his best one yet to get to No. 1 in the world for the first time, Scott finished with a pair of double bogeys from shots in the water and signed for a 77. It was his highest opening round at The Players since his first trip in 2002. Kaymer was flawless, hitting whatever shot he felt he needed. His final blow was a hybrid that ran through the ninth green and into a bunker, leaving a simple up-and-down for birdie. He had a 29 on the back, the first player in the 32-year history at Sawgrass to break 30 on either nine. Roberto Castro also opened with a 63 last year. The only others with 63 were Greg Norman in the first round in 1994 and Fred Couples in the third round in 1992. Its just a nice bonus, Kaymer said. Its only the first round of a long, long tournament. Its nice to make some history. No one shot 29 on that golf course before. Kaymer would not have seemed like a good candidate. He has not won since the HSBC Champions in Shanghai at the end of 2011. He hasnt had a top 10 all year. But the 29-year-old German has felt his swing start to come together in recent weeks. His name has been featured on leaderboards more and more. And he had a simple explanation. I stopped thinking, Kaymer said, a former world No. 1. I thought a lot the last two years about swing changes that every shot I made I reflect on it, what I did wrong, what I did right. A few weeks before the Masters, he

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Cabrera, Brantley lead Indians past Twins 9-4


Associated Press CLEVELAND After a difficult April, the Cleveland Indians are starting to play a bit better. Asdrubal Cabrera had four hits and three RBIs, Michael Brantley also homered and the Indians beat the injury-riddled Minnesota Twins 9-4 Thursday for their first 3-game winning streak this season. Cleveland went 5-2 on a homestand that followed an 0-6 trip to San Francisco and the Los Angeles Angels. Were still inconsistent at some things but were doing a lot of things better than we were, manager Terry Francine said. Were playing with a little more confidence, a little more purpose. Its just a little better feel. Cabrera, who entered hitting .215, had a solo homer in the second inning and RBI doubles in the seventh and eighth. He also singled in the fifth. Shows how smart I was, I was going to give him the day off, Francona explained. He talked me out of it. Cabrera declined to talk with reporters after the game. Francona thought he should have been credited with a triple in his final at-bat, which would have given him a cycle. Brantley hit a 2-run homer in the fifth and had an RBI grounder in the sixth. He also doubled and scored in the first, then singled in the third. Hittings contagious, Brantley said. It was fun to be a part of. Justin Masterson (2-1) allowed four runs two earned four hits and four walks in 6 1/3 innings. Kevin Corriea (1-4) gave up four runs, eight hits and four walks in 4 1/3 innings for the Twins. Minnesota played its fourth straight game without first baseman Joe Mauer, who could be headed to the disabled list because of back spasms. Outfielder Sam Fuld was placed on the 7-day DL with concussion-like symptoms, leaving infielder Pedro Florimon as Minnesotas only bench player when the game began. Were looking for nine right now, nine people that can play, manager Ron Gardenhire said. Shortstop Eduardo Escobar was forced to play the outfield for the second straight day and struggled again. He misjudged a fly ball in left field in the ninth inning Wednesday night that led to Cleveland scoring the winning run. Brantley doubled with two outs in the first Thursday, advanced on ball four to Carlos Santana and David Murphy hit a line drive directly at Escobar. Escobar froze, then broke back too late to make the catch as the ball landed on the warning track. Brantley scored but Santana was out on a relay throw to the plate. Escobar dropped Lonnie Chisenhalls sinking line drive in the seventh but avoided an error by throwing to second to force Ryan Raburn, who had held up to see whether the ball would be caught. Cabrera led off the second with a home run. Brantleys homer scored Nick Swisher, who started the fifth with a walk. Cleveland (15-19) headed to Tampa Bay for the start of a series. The Indians are 4-11 away from home. Weve got to play really well, Francona added. Were going to a tough place to play.
NOTES: Indians CF and leadoff hitter Michael Bourn returned after missing three games with a tight left hamstring. He had a sacrifice fly in the seventh. INF Eduardo Nunez was recalled from Triple-A Rochester to take Fulds roster spot. Santana broke an 0-for-21 slump with an infield hit in the fifth. Minnesota added RHP Matt Guerrier to the 40-man roster after selecting his contract from Rochester. LHP Brooks Railey was claimed by the Los Angeles Angels after being placed on waivers. Florimon and OF/C Chris Herrmann were optioned to Triple-A Rochester following the game.

spent time with longtime swing coach in second to even have a chance at No. Gunter Kessler in Phoenix, then they had 1. Kuchar has to win for a shot at No. 1. Stenson would have to finish around another good session in Germany. And then it just clicked a little bit, sixth. Kaymer reached No. 1 three years he added. I thought, OK, I know I can hit pretty much every shot when I ago, then sought to change his swing needed to hit it. If its a draw, if its a because he could only hit a fade. He fade, low or high, I know that I can do it. prefers to play by feel, not by mechanics. A swing change left him little Its just a matter of getting the choice but to think too much. confidence on the golf course Now, he can only hope its as and then letting it happen and simple as see the shot and hit really doing it. the ball. Henley, who won the TURNAROUND: Geoff Honda Classic in a four-way Ogilvy last week said his game playoff in March, made birdie had reached a point where he on half of his holes to atone for started thinking about makone big mistake. He hooked a ing the cut if he started poortee shot into the water on No. ly on Thursday. There was 7 and compounded that with a something different about the 3-putt for double bogey. But opening round of The Players he answered with six birdies Championship. on the back nine for a 65. Kaymer Through five holes, he I knew I was playing well and felt really comfortable on the already was 4-over par on a day for low greens, Henley said. But it was one of scoring. I really didnt feel like I was playthose back nines where you get to 18 and I just realized that I had a putt for 7 under. ing that bad, Ogilvy said. I was more annoyed than anything else. I thought if So that was pretty cool. I got somewhere near par by the end of Bae Sang-Moon had a 66. The group at 67 included Sergio the day I would have been in good shape. Garcia, who spent last year in a war of Dont get me wrong. You wouldnt have words with Tiger Woods that lasted right heard many positive words out of me on up until the Spaniard hit three balls into the sixth tee. But I knew I was playing the water on the two closing holes and all right. He just didnt think he would sign for Woods walked away with the win. Garcia looked sharp, happy and was confident in a 69 at the end of the day. Ogilvy made seven birdies over his his game. And he had loads of company. Lee last 10 holes, a remarkable turnaround for Westwood, 20-year-old Jordan Spieth a guy who hasnt won in more than three and U.S. Open champion Justin Rose years. The former U.S. Open champion also were at 67. The group at 68 included has shown glimpses of progress. He was Ernie Els and Dustin Johnson. There in the top 10 for much of the final round were 67 rounds under par, and the scoring at Quail Hollow until three-putt bogeys average of 71.99 was the eighth-lowest on the last two holes dropped him into a for an opening round at The Players tie for 14th. A photo in the newspaper the next day Championship. showed a broken putter buried into the But it wasnt easy for everyone. Rory McIlroy made three bogeys turf near a creek beyond the 18th hole. Guess who it used to belong to? over his last seven holes and tumbled LEFTY LAMENTS: When last seen to a 70. That was nearly as bad as Phil Mickelson. Coming off a 76 in the final on a golf course, Mickelson couldnt round at Quail Hollow last week, he make a putt inside 4 feet and closed with started his round by missing a 3-foot par a 76 at Quail Hollow, his highest score in the final round in nearly two years. putt and shot 75. Of the four players with a mathemati- Thursday at Sawgrass, he missed a 3-foot cal chance to reach No. 1, only Masters par putt on the first hole. And it never got much better. champion Bubba Watson broke 70. He Mickelson had to take a penalty shot had a 69, while Henrik Stenson and Matt Kuchar each had a 71. Only four players from a buried lie in the face of a bunker on the par-3 eighth hole and staggered had a worse score than Scott. Watson would have to finish alone home to a 75.

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In the bottom of the sixth, High blooped a single to shallow right center to ignite the winning rally. Amburgey laid down a nice sacrifice bunt and the first baseman dropped the throw. High sped around to score the tying run when the ball caromed away. Windle beat out an infield single to shortstop to keep the inning going. A fielders choicegrounder to shortstop resulted in a bases-loaded, no-out situation when she missed the force play and a tag at second. Sumner hit an infield pop-up to third that invoked the infield fly rule but in a mix-up, the ball dropped near the bag and Amburgey scored the tie-breaking run. Wyss then smoked the 3-run double to left-center field, a shot that proved to be the game-winner. In the top of the seventh, Sumner got the first batter on a strikeout and retired the second on a pop-out to senior first sacker Katelyn Guagenti. After a walk, Sumner induced a grounder to third baseman Amburgey, who field it cleanly and gunned down the runner to end the contest. Wyss collected a double and a single, while High singled twice to pace the 6-hit Ada offense. We have to try and build off today to get some momentum, said Jochims. We havent come from behind to win all year, so that was nice. But it is disappointing to still be making mental mistakes. Hopefully, this win can give us some confidence. Ada plays at Pandora-Gilboa in a non-league makeup game Friday. Jefferson is slated to open Division IV sectional play 5 p.m. Tuesday at home versus Perry.

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Score by Innings: R H E Jefferson 000 040 0 - 4 7 3 Ada 001 204 x - 7 6 3 WP-Sumner (6-2) LP-Thompson (2-11). 2B-Wyss (A), Rice (DJ), Branham (DJ).

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Fast facts: The race is the fifth of the season. Rosberg won the season-opening race in Australia and also was second behind Hamilton in Malaysia and Bahrain. Rosberg leads the season standings, four points ahead of Hamilton. Four-time defending series champion Sebastian Vettel won 13 races last year for Red Bull to match Michael Schumachers record.

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JEFFERSON (18) ab-r-h-rbi Jace Stockwell p/ss 4-2-1-2, Hunter Binkley cf/lf/p 2-4-1-1, Kurt Wollenhaupt ph/rf 1-0-1-0, Ross Thompson 1b/ss 3-31-0, Austin Jettinghoff 2b 5-2-3-1, Jordan Herron 3b 4-2-2-4, Gaige Rassman rf/cf 4-2-2-3, Gage Mercer 1b/c 4-0-0-0, Tyler Rice p 3-2-1-1, Zavier Buzard dh 3-1-1-1, Nick Fitch c 0-0-0-0, Adam Rode rf/p 0-00-0, Ryan Bullinger lf/1b 20-0-0, Tyler Rice ph/lf 1-0-0-1. Totals 32-18-13-14. ADA (3) ab-r-h-rbi Alex Nichelson rf/p 3-0-0-0, Brayden Sautter ss 3-1-2-0, Connor English 1b 3-1-1-0, Slade Downing 2b 3-1-2-3, Cory Kellum p/cf 3-0-1-0, Caleb Garman cf 2-0-0-0, Seth Evans 3b 1-0-1-0, Kyle Lesh 3b 0-0-0-0, Steven Gray lf 1-0-0-0, Cort Everhart ph 0-0-0-0, Brady Pitney lf 0-00-0, Mason Klingler cf/rf 1-0-0-0, Gavin Boehm ph 1-0-0-0, Justin Shoemaker 1b 0-0-0-0. Totals 21-3-7-3. Score by Innings: Jefferson 5 4 4 5 0 - 18 Ada 4 1 4 2 1 1 x - 13 E: Evans 3, Binkley, Bullinger, English, Downing; LOB: Jefferson 13, Ada 6; 2B: Herron 2, Rassman, Mercer; HR: Downing; SB: Binkley 2, Buzard 2, Stockwell, Thompson, Jettinghoff, Rassman, Mercer. IP H R ER BB SO JEFFERSON Stockwell (W, 2-0) 3.0 6 3 3 0 4 Rode 1.0 0 0 0 2 2 Binkley 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 ADA Kellum (L) 3.0 10 13 10 2 1 Nickelson 0.2 1 5 5 3 0 Boehm 0.2 2 0 0 3 0 English 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 WP: Kellum 4, Binkley, Nickelson; PB: Garman; HBP: Stockwell (by Kellum), Stockwell (by Kellum), Stockwell (by Kellum).

That brought Gavin Roehm into the game to pitch and he was greeted with a 2-run slap to center by Stockwell to get Mercer and Buzard home for an 18-3 score. The good thing is we got three young pitchers an inning or more and got to see what they could do, Geary added. We made a couple of mistakes in the outfield, letting the ball play us because of the hard ground. That wont change unless we get rain, so well have to shore that up for tournament. Ada challenged Wildcat reliever Adam Rode with backto-back walks to commence the fourth but they remained there. Downing chopped a hit into left with one down in the Ada fifth against Binkley but he fanned the last two batters of the contest. Jefferson is set to host Paulding at high noon Saturday in the opening round of the Division III sectionals.

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(2) OLD Storage Cabinets with sliding doors, 805 Auto bought from WT Grant, $20/set. Antique Buffet, 1994 DODGE Ram box $30. Call 419-692-6102 truck for sale. 3500 Cummins Turbo Diesel. 575 Live Stock 16L, 92H, 94W overall box size. Original owner 40 FREE Laying Hens, and perfect for delivery 1yr old. C o n t a c t : or construction. All service performed by profes419-863-9264 sional dealership. Call Mon-Fri 9am-5pm 419-303-3596 577 Miscellaneous (2) GARDEN tractors. 953 Merchandis one 26-Horse, 54cut; other is 22-Horse, 26 RCA Console TV. 42cut. Call after 5pm Works great! FREE. 567-204-5536 419-286-2191

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Dear Annie: Six months ago, I became involved with a man 20 years my senior. It has become evident that his ex-wife is still very much in the HUGE GARAGE SALE! picture. They divorced 30 3-4BR, 1.5BA, 2 Story. 8 460 S. Grant St., Delacres, includes 3 acres phos. Holiday decor, years ago, when he of woods, very secluded. knickknacks, Clothing: found out she was OPEN HOUSE May 9th, mens & womens to 3x, cheating. He gave her 10th, 11th, 8am-7pm. craft items, shop lights. the house and half of 12549 W. Union Rd., Thurs. 5/8 Fri. 5/9 his earnings until their Sat. 5/10 Spencerville (nearest 9 a m - ? , children were grown. Yet crossroad -Arcadia). 9am-2pm. he still phones her and Annies Mailbox 419-296-0123 asks whether she needs anything. Those needs are usually financial, in 510 Appliance spite of her cushy job and mortgage-free life. What sent me over the edge was a recent visit GENERAL ELECTRIC to his mothers house. I randomly picked up a Glass-Top, Self-cleaning family photo of his parents 50th anniversary Oven. Like brand new, party, and there she was -- right in the center. $225. Call 419-286-2670 I have voiced my displeasure loud and clear: or 419-234-1512 Either I am it, or I am out! He says she is family. What is a divorce exactly if people are going to Garage Sales/ exchange gifts and phone calls and show up at In the Classifieds 555 Yard Sales family functions? -- Too Little Too Late Dear Too Little: Every divorced couple is 4 FAMILY Garage Sale! Call different. Many remain friendly with each other. Kids and adult clothes, Those who have children together have a lifelong Pampered Chef, furnibond, no matter how old the kids are. The in-laws ture, desk, books, toys, may still consider the ex to be part of the family tractor ride-along and and so invite her to all of their functions. That is much more. Thurs 5/8 & their business, not yours. While giving her money Fri 5/9 9am-5pm. Sat. is not necessary, your boyfriend is not going to 5/10 9am-3pm. 19862 Rd. 23-Q, Delphos stop contacting his ex simply because you dont (Close to Menke Conlike it. If you cannot deal with that, better to get crete) out now. Dear Annie: I am 61 years old and own my own home. I am retired and live off of my investments. I have lived in this house for 30 years and have taken good care of it. Digging Grading Leveling Hauling Fill Dirt Ive been dating Ralph for five months, Topsoil Tile and Sewer Repair Stone Driveways although Ive known him for 20 years. Ralphs Concrete Sidewalks Demolition Ditch Bank Cleaning Snow Removal Excavator house is worth twice as much as mine, and hes Backhoe Skid Loader Dump Truck hinting that if we marry, I should move into his home. I love his house, but if we marry and he Locally Owned and Operated | Registered Van Wert Contractor Registered and Bonded Household Sewage Treatment System Installer predeceases me, I could not afford the taxes, mortgage and maintenance on such an expensive Fully Insured place. Hes already told me that he is leaving everything to his adult children. He claims I dont rgarv42@yahoo.com need his assets unless I get sick. I moved a lot when I was young. I have no children and want the security of knowing that I will not have to move again unless its to a nursing home. Wed., May 28 @ Ralph is very nice, but 1:00 P.M. Id rather live in my Delphos, OH own house. 3 Parcels Offered Individually & Combinations Also, he doesnt Investors & Speculators Welcome want me to meet his daughters yet, so I dont know whether they will accept his having a girlfriend, let alone a wife. -- Nancy Dear Nancy: Tell Ralph youd like to take things more slowly and Location: 24414 St. Rt. 697, Delphos, OH (west edge of Delphos on Rt. 697) not discuss marriage until you have met his Parcel 1 24414 St. Rt. 697 (across from Unverferth Manufacturing) 6+- acres children. But Ralph zoned I-1 . 136,000+- sq. ft. bldg (46,150+- sq. ft. is steel building area, circa 1985) also could speak to a (8,800+- sq. ft. is steel building circa 1979, with overhead crane) . balance mostly steel & masonry construction built 1951 thru 1972 .. 3 phase heavy electrical, loading lawyer about setting up docks and more Disregard Auditors value of $1,029,060 ------- may very well sell for a trust that would pay salvage value .. part leased to Unverferth Mfg Co Interior inspection only with aucthe mortgage, taxes tioneers present. and maintenance on his house and allow you Inspections: A Gorrell Bros. Representative will be at Parcel 3 (carryout) to live there until your on Fri., May 9 & Fri., May 16, & Fri., May 23 from 1 P.M until death (whereupon it 2P .M. for inspections of all parcels reverts to his children). Parcel 2 .. 6+- acres of land zoned I-1, with frontage on Rt. 697 If that would ease your Parcel 3 .. 24302 St. Rt. 697 ---- 1+- acre zoned C-1, with 2,800 sq. ft. steel Butler mind, please look into bldg, circa 1995 built for use as a drive thru carryout / convenience store ..... Currently it. closed, but many of the amenities are still present such as 2 ADA compliant restrooms, Please email large walk in cooler, office / retail area, drive thru area and more . a nice building on 1 your questions to acre with paved parking and drive, public water & sewer and much potential for many uses, anniesmailbox@ including its former use. comcast.net, or write Visit our web site @ www.gorrellbros-paulding.com Terms: $10,000 earnest money to: Annies Mailbox, for parcels 1 & 3 and $5,000 earnest money for parcel 2 - closing approx 30 days following c/o Creators Syndicate, auction .. Seller: Parcels 1 & 2 are owned by Chas Inc., whose sole stock holder is 737 3rd Street, Charles D. Moeller Estate, Allen Co., OH, Probate Crt Case 2013 ES 40, Charles L. Hermosa Beach, CA Lewie Moeller, Ex, Attorney is Law Firm Of Balyeat, Leahy, Daley & Miller ... 90254. Seller: Parcel 3, Thomas L. & Elizabeth Anne Become Gorrell Bros. Auctioneers; COPYRIGHT 2014 Larry D. Gorrell, Broker; Don Gorrell Auction Mgr., Nolan Shisler, Joe Barker, Aaron Timm, Sandra Mickelson Auctioneers. CREATORS.COM

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Zits Blondie

Todays Horoscope
By Bernice Bede Osol

Study and learning will provide you with lots of ideas. An intellectual outlook will improve your chances of snagging a leadership role. Intimate dealings with family, friends or neighbors will lead to an ideal partnership. Check out different philosophies and alter your life to suit your needs.

FRIDAY, MAY 9, 2014

For Better or Worse

TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -- Social engagements will play a major role in your life if you let them. Make a fresh start. Its a good time to enhance your appearance and improve your image. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -- You have to meet any obligations youve made to family members before you help outsiders. Confrontations can be avoided by living up to past promises. Do whats right. CANCER (June 21-July 22) -- Let someone else do the talking while you sit on the sidelines. You will learn valuable information by closely listening to people with experience. Use the information you receive to get ahead.

Beetle Bailey

ACROSS 1 Fourthdown options 6 Spock portrayer 11 Laundry problems 13 Simply awful 14 iPad, for one 15 Is of use 16 -- de cologne 17 Make leather 18 Doctor Who network 21 Special skill 23 Owns 26 Murmur of content 27 Have a rash 28 Like a sequoia 29 Most daring 31 Vermont tree 32 Prickly plant 33 Seized the throne 35 Gave temporarily 36 Dit partners 37 Nest item 38 Newspaper execs 39 Jet jockey 40 Born as 41 Serenade, maybe 42 Part of a circle 44 A string of pearls 47 Kind of gas 51 Cloudseeding compound 52 Appetizing 53 Outdoes 54 Thick DOWN 1 Seattle hrs. 2 Ms. Hagen

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of films 3 Catch a crook 4 Scrabble block 5 Trickier 6 Kim of Picnic 7 Persia, today 8 X-ray kin 9 Van Gogh medium 10 Fabric meas. 12 Circus acts 13 Incubate 18 Gurgle, as a brook 19 Latched 20 Mountain ranges 22 Real 23 Come to pass 24 Declare without proof 25 Heavy hammer 28 Pothole filler 30 Wine cask 31 A recommended book (hyph.)

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LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -Even if you feel like slacking off, push yourself to get things done. Moneymaking opportunities are apparent, but you must keep your career as a top priority. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- Dont get caught up in an unfortunate battle of wills. Get all the information first and wait to take action. Time is on your side, and you dont need to make hasty mistakes. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -- Dont allow anyone to put you down. Your good judgment and sound decisions have served you well in the past, so continue doing what youre doing. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -- Avoid joint ventures. Reviewing your financial documents will help to alleviate any confusion you may have regarding investments and money matters. Improve your personal surroundings and relationships. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -- Your work may suffer if you dwell on your personal problems. Keep your plans to yourself if you dont want someone to take credit for your ideas.

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CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19) -- Let others know whats on your mind. You will gain valuable insight if you speak up. Round up close friends for some recreation and entertainment. Romance is on the rise.

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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20Feb. 19) -- Risky financial ventures will be your downfall. Your desire to help those less fortunate is admirable, but keep an eye on your pocketbook. Investigate an organization carefully before making a donation. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -- Relationships should be your focus. Pay extra attention to the way you present who you are and what your life goals are. Sharing common aims will bring you closer to someone special. ARIES (March 21-April 19) -- You are on a fast track to completing a multitude of different tasks. Others will be hard-pressed to keep up, but if you maintain control, they will enthusiastically align with you. COPYRIGHT 2014 United Feature Syndicate, Inc. DISTRIBUTED BY UNIVERSAL UCLICK FOR UFS

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Applications for US unemployment aid fall to 319K

WASHINGTON (AP) The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell 26,000 last week to 319,000, the latest sign that the job market is slowly improving. The drop follows two weeks of increases that reflected mostly temporary layoffs around the Easter holiday. The holiday can cause an uptick in layoffs of bus drivers, cafeteria workers and other school workers during spring break. Those earlier increases caused the fourweek average of applications, a less volatile number, to rise 4,500 to a seasonally adjusted 324,750. With the impact of the holiday fading, applications are returning to pre-recession levels. The average fell in early April to 312,000, the fewest since October 2007. The recession officially began in December 2007. Through the volatility, the data remain encouraging, said Jim OSullivan, chief U.S. economist at High Frequency Economics.

Airlines ask Congress to roll back airfare rule


WASHINGTON (AP) Airlines tried and failed to block a federal rule making them tell passengers up front the full cost of airfare, including government taxes and fees. So theyre trying another route, asking Congress to do what the Obama administration and the courts refused to do: roll back the law. A bill in Congress would allow airlines to return to their old way of doing things, which was to emphasize in ads the base airfare the amount airlines charge passengers to fly but reveal the full price including taxes and fees separately. Its backed by a bipartisan group of 33 lawmakers led by House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster, R-Pa. Before the Transportation Department put its regulation in place two years ago, airlines and ticketing services would typically display the lower base fare in large type and show taxes and fees in small print. Consumers shopping online often werent shown taxes and fees unless they scrolled to the bottom of the web page or clicked through several pages after selecting a flight. The bill, supported both by the airline industry and by its pilot and flight-attendant unions, is moving through the House at Mach speed. It was introduced in March and approved by the transportation committee a

Immigration: US warns schools against bias


WASHINGTON (AP) Despite a 32-year-old court ruling, school districts continue to raise barriers to enrollment for children brought into the U.S. illegally, the Obama administration said Thursday, characterizing reports of hindrances as troubling. The Justice Department and Education Department issued new guidance reminding schools and districts they have a legal obligation to enroll every student regardless of immigration status. The guidance says schools should be flexible in deciding which documents they will accept to prove a students age or residency. The guidance also reminds them not to ask about a students immigration status or require documents such as a drivers license, if that would prevent a student from enrolling because of a parents immigration status. The Education Department said it is investigating 14 schools or districts for possible violations since 2011. They are in Arizona, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina and Virginia. There were four complaints against Kansas City, Kansas, Unified School District 500. Education Secretary Arne Duncan said that in some instances, school leaders have inappropriately required information such as a childs visa status or date of entry into the United States. Justice Department officials said they also have taken action, sometimes collaboratively with the Education Department and sometimes working separately. The Justice Department has entered into settlement agreements with school districts in states such as Georgia, Florida, and Virginia. And it said that after it contacted officials in Alabama, the state education department sent guidance to districts spelling out that they may not bar or discourage students from enrollment because they lack a Social Security number or birth certificate or because their parents dont have an Alabama drivers license.

month later without a hearing and by a voice vote, which means there is no record of who voted for or against it. The committees entire discussion of the measure lasted 9 minutes. The bill is a gift to the airlines, said Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., a transportation committee member who said he voted against it. What youre going to see is $200 for the airfare, and then youre going to be shocked when it turns out to really be $250, he said. Its misleading to the consumer. Its just dishonest. Airlines say they should be able to able to advertise their fares the same way hotels, car rental agencies and other businesses do by advertising the price of their service and adding in taxes and fees before the final purchase. Consumers are better served when they can buy airfares like they buy any other product, said Sharon Pinkerton, senior vice president of Airlines for America, which represents major carriers. I think whats confusing is to have airfares treated differently. The measures supporters also say the industry is overtaxed. They want airlines to be able to break out taxes and fees so that consumers can see how much of their ticket price goes to the government. The industry says taxes are about 21 percent of a typical $300 round-trip domestic ticket.

Ignoring Putin, Ukraine insurgents to hold vote


DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) In an obscure government office guarded by a man in a red T-shirt armed only with a stick, two photocopy machines churned out ballots Thursday for eastern Ukraines referendum on secession, as they have been doing around the clock for days. In apparent defiance of a call by Russian President Vladimir Putin to put off the vote, insurgents in eastern Ukraine insisted Thursday they will go ahead with this weekends referendum as planned. Putin is seeking a way out of the situation. We are grateful to him for this, said Denis Pushilin, co-chairman of the Donetsk Peoples Republic, as the proRussian rebels call themselves. But we are just a bullhorn for the people, he declared. We just voice what the people want. Ukraine has in recent weeks grown perilously polarized, with the west looking toward Europe and the east favoring closer ties with Russia. Thursdays pronouncement was likely to further inflame tensions between the interim government in Kiev that took power amid chaos in February and the armed insurgents, who have seized police stations and government buildings in more than a dozen cities in the east. Support for the referendum is most pronounced among eastern Ukraines proudly Russian-speaking working class. Rage against the central government that came to power after months of nationalist-tinged protests is blended with despair at Ukraines dire economic straits and corruption. The occasionally violent protests that culminated in President Viktor Yanukovychs fleeing to Russia were viewed by many in the east as a coup and a portent of repression against the regions majority Russian speakers. This isnt our government. Its the government of those that destroyed everything, said construction laborer Galina Lukash, 48, who plans to vote in favor of autonomy. Along with the vote Sunday in the eastern Donetsk region, a similar and even more hastily improvised referendum is to take place in the neighboring Luhansk region. Together they have about 6.5 million people. The votes are similar to the one in Crimea in March that preceded Russias annexation of that strategic Ukrainian Black Sea peninsula. Like the one in Crimea, they are regarded as illegitimate by both Kiev and the West. But unlike the Crimean vote, which was held as Russian soldiers and affiliated local militias held control of the peninsula, the latest votes are being held amid armed conflict. And, critically, unlike Crimea, whose majority Russian-speaking population made approval a foregone conclusion, the Donetsk and Luhansk regions have a more mixed population. A poll by the Washington-based Pew Research Center released on Thursday found that 70 percent of the residents of Ukraines east want the country to maintain its current borders. That suggests Sundays votes have a chance of failing, if opponents turn out in force and the count is honest. However, those opposed to the referendum seem likely to ignore it, many out of fear or desperation over the anarchy that has taken grip in eastern Ukraine. This is a madhouse. That isnt a particularly literary word, I know, but there is no better way to put it. People are killing one another and we dont know why, said 58-year-old retiree Svetlana Amitina.

Oklahoma court agrees to 6-month stay of execution


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals agreed Thursday to a six-month stay of execution for a death row inmate while an investigation is conducted into last weeks botched lethal injection. The court reset the execution date of inmate Charles Warner to Nov. 13. Warners attorneys requested the delay, and state Attorney General Scott Pruitt said in a court filing Thursday he wouldnt object. While the stay only applies to Warner, the attorney general and governor have said Oklahoma will not carry out any executions until the investigation is finished, which is expected to take at least eight weeks. If the state is allowed to enforce the ultimate penalty of death, it is incumbent upon this court to allow the state the time necessary to ensure that the penalty is carried out in a constitutionally sound manner, Justice Charles Johnson wrote in a specially concurring opinion. Warner was scheduled to be executed the same night as Clayton Lockett last week in what would have been the states first double execution since 1937. But Locketts vein collapsed during his lethal injection, prompting prison officials to halt the execution. He later died of a heart attack. Gov. Mary Fallin then issued a two-week stay of execution for Warner, but his attorneys asked for a sixmonth delay. Pruitts office agreed in a motion filed with the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals.

House votes to start new Benghazi investigation Obama popular in tech world, policies less so
DONNA CASSATA Associated Press WASHINGTON House Republicans on Thursday rammed through a measure opening a new investigation of the deadly assault in Benghazi, Libya, vowing to dig deeper in a search for truth. Democrats declared it merely a political ploy to raise campaign cash and motivate voters. A bitterly divided House voted 232-186 to establish the panel that Speaker John Boehner insisted would answer questions that linger almost 20 months after the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission. Seven Democrats, many facing tough re-election campaigns, broke ranks and joined Republicans in supporting the probe. The panels investigation will be the eighth on Benghazi and will examine the entirety of the attack that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans. Independent, bipartisan and GOP-led probes have faulted the State Department for inadequate security at the outpost, leading to four demotions. No attacker has yet been brought to justice. Republicans say theyre unsatisfied with explanations so far, and they have leveled a range of accusations against President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and other senior administration officials. Chief among them: that the administration misled the American people about the nature of the attack during a presidential election campaign and stonewalled congressional investigators. We will not take any shortcuts to the truth, accountability or justice, Boehner said during House debate. LOS ANGELES (AP) Silicon Valley recoils at the governments cyber data-gathering done in the name of national security. It bristles at new potential Internet rules. Its fast-paced ethos doesnt understand Washingtons gridlock. Yet, President Barack Obama remains a popular political figure in Silicon Valley, and the wealthy tech entrepreneurs appear willing to part with their money to support the Democratic Party, especially if the president is making the pitch. Obama on Thursday was attending two high-dollar Democratic Party fundraisers hosted by Silicon Valley executives, drawing attention to the complicated relationship between the president and the high-tech industry. For Obama, Northern California and the high tech redoubt around Palo Alto has been a key part of Obamas campaign money base. And it is especially attractive to politicians because it is continually expanding. One of the dynamics that people on the East Coast and particularly in Washington, D.C., may not fully appreciate is that these folks are in a space that is growing, said California-based Democratic consultant Chris Lehane, a former aide to President Bill Clinton. That adds an entire pool of fresh donor blood into the mix. Obamas message at fundraisers has focused this years midterm election and on retaining Democratic control of the Senate, essential to the remaining two-and-a-half years of his presidency. Before heading to Silicon Valley Thursday, Obama warned Democratic National Committee donors at the La Jolla home of billionaire and former Qualcomm Chairman Irwin Jacobs that even though the economy has rebounded in the past five years, the American public remains anxious and that Democratic voters, in particular, may just stay home this election. The American public is on our side, he said. Theyve just lost faith that we can make it happen. Were not going to be able to make the progress we need, regardless of how hard I push, regardless of how many administrative actions I take, were not going to be able to go where we need to go and can go and should go unless I have a Congress that is willing to work with me, he added. Later, Obama attended a fundraiser hosted by Anne Wojcicki, a biotech entrepreneur who founded the genetic testing firm 23andMe and separated last year from her husband, Google co-founder Sergey Brin. The event was advertised as a Tech Roundtable, with 30 guests and tickets set at $32,400 a potential haul of nearly $1 million for the Democratic National Committee.

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Mission Society member Alicia Buettner runs a rotatiller in preparation of planting a garden at one of the homes she and her fellow missionaries donated their time and energy. (Submitted photo) (Continued from page 1) Taking this trip has given me the opportunity to use my hard work to benefit others in need. I also gained many new friendships and a greater appreciation for my life, she said. The trip has opened my eyes to how some people may have so little yet they are so much happier than others who have so much more. Service has a whole new meaning to me! Students and chaperones attending the trip include seniors Maddison Burgei, Alicia Buettner, Samantha Bonifas, Nick Bockey and Quinn Wise; juniors Colleen Schulte, Samantha Wehri, Alyssa Martin and Zach Gable; and chaperones Ken Wise, Carl Bonifas, Jeana Burgei, Father David Reinhart, Lynette Haehn and Chrissy Elwer.

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Answers to Thursdays questions: A rule change was made in 1949 regarding the rink ice at National Hockey League games. The ice had to be painted white to make the black puck easier to see. Games previously had been played on water that was frozen on top of concrete, which created a dull gray surface. To accommodate the new rule, teams began adding white paint to the water before freezing it. Ernest Hemingways heroine in For Whom the Bell Tolls shared her name with the authors famous 38-foot fishing boat Pilar. It was also Hemingways nickname for his second wife, Pauline Pfeiffer, to whom he was married when he purchased and christened the new fishing boat in 1937. Todays questions: Which three popular 2011 films included performances by Uggie, a gifted Jack Russell terrier? What widely-accepted concept about the origin of the universe is known by a phrase that was originally used to discredit it? Answers in Saturdays Herald. The Outstanding National Debt Thursday evening was $17,488,906,449,563. The estimated population of the United States is 318,179,334, so each citizens share of this debt is $54,966. The National Debt has continued to increase an average of $2.43 billion per day since Sept. 30, 2012!

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