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Telling The Tri-County’s Story Since 1869

50¢ daily Friday, September 24, 2010 Delphos, Ohio

Upfront Supper’s On Us marks Eagles Auxiliary donates to

first year of meals

Yearbooks in local endeavors
The 2010 Jefferson
yearbooks are in.
Yearbooks can be picked
up in the school office dur-
ing regular school hours.

Ag society sets
new office hours
The Van Wert County
Agricultural Society has
new office hours for
the next two weeks.
Monday through Oct.
8, the fair board office
will only be open from
11:30 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Premium checks can
still be picked up during
this time and camping fees
for 2011 can be paid.
Call the office at

Historical driving
Photos submitted

The Delphos Eagles 471 Auxiliary recently made

tour planned in donations to local charities and to the Ohio Auxiliary.
Funds were raised through its bingo games held at the
Putnam County Stacy Taff photo
Community Unity Supper’s on Us Committee members are, front from left, Jim Wilcox,
lodge. Local donations included $500 to the Delphos
Public Library. Library Director Nancy Mericle,
The Putnam County Suzanne Taylor, Pat Poling and the Rev. David Howell. The workers for Thursday’s meal above left, accepts the check from Auxiliary Secretary
Historical Society will were from St. Peter Lutheran Church, in back from left: Shirley Delong, Sharon Reel and Kathy Siefker. Below: Delphos Stadium Club Trustee
host its first Putnam Ryan Trentman. John Nomina accepts a $500 donation from Siefker.
County Historic Tour Delphos Senior Citizens Center also received $500. A
from 1-5 p.m. on Oct. 3. BY STACY TAFF seem easy. donation of $100 was also given to the Delphos Kiwanis
staff@delphosherald.com “Jim Wilcox is our chef
The driving tour includes
five historic sites in Putnam “Spring was our and meal coordinator and he’s Fireworks Fund and $50 was given to Vancrest Health
Care Center and Sarah Jane Living Center activity
County and is offered free DELPHOS — Over the highest and then the Supper’s On Us co-chair funds. Donations totaling $1,800 were given to other
of charge. Maps to all sites last year, local families have with Suzanne Taylor, who
will be available at all five felt the recession’s strain. it went down in coordinates all of the dates groups and state auxiliary-sponsored charities. See
more photos on page 9.
locations and each site will From a mere pinch to dev-
be marked. Area residents are astation, most residents have
the summer and and everything for the groups
who host the meals. She keeps
invited to visit their choice or felt the impact. Many have is now starting to track of everyone who comes
the history in Putnam County. and emotional support pro- go back up again. “Pat Poling is on the commit-
all of the sites to learn about benefitted from the financial and how often,” Howell said.
Guided or ongoing tours will vided by a common meal. In the last month tee, too, and she helps out a lot
be available at all the sites. Supper’s On Us has been or so, we’ve added as well.”
The sites include the going for one year. The “Chop Zirkle is really
Putnam County Court
House, 245 E. Main Street,
weekly community meal about 22 more important as well,” added
Ottawa; Continental News started on this date last year
to help accommodate local
households. ...” Wilcox. “He’s our designated
truck driver and none of this
Review, 201 N. Main
Street, Continental; Fort families struggling to make would’ve happened without
Jennings Depot, 15153 ends meet. — Rev. David Howell Pastor Dave.”
Twp. Road 22K, Fort The program is still going Thursday’s Supper’s On Us
Jennings; Bridenbaugh strong, 54 weeks and 3,065 go back up again. In the last served a record 103 residents.
One-Room School House, meals later. month or so, we’ve added In addition to Supper’s On
Corner roads M6 and 6, “Our average from the first about 22 more households. Us, Community Unity also
Pandora; and Putnam County quarter was 39 clients, 61 for We serve a wide range of includes School Supplies
Historical Museum, 201 the second, 70 for the third people, from children to the On Us to provide age-group
E. Main Street, Kalida. and about 60 for the fourth,” elderly.” specific school supplies and
Each site will offer the Rev. David Howell said. Feeding those in need Free Food On Us, which is
either guided or ongoing “Spring was our highest and may sound like a serious and a mobile food pantry in con-
tours of the building. then it went down in the sum- heavy undertaking but the junction with the West Ohio
The museum will also mer and is now starting to committee members make it Food Bank.

Beining finds self in the eye of a hurricane

feature presentations on
dolls through the ages,
hats through the years and
a demonstration of tools
used by cow farmers.

Sports ceyth@delphosherald.com

“It didn’t seem
like it bothered
TODAY World War II finally ended,
tired battle-weary soldiers us. We never
Football (7:30 p.m.):
St. John’s at St. Henry
were relieved to head home. gave a thought
(MAC); Columbus Grove
Though leaving the combat
zone, 1,500 troops did not to how serious
at Spencerville (NWC);
Elida at Kenton (WBL).
know they weren’t out of it was. Nobody
harm’s way when they board-
Boys Soccer: Continental ed the ship Athos on Dec. talked about that
at Kalida (PCL), 7 p.m. 15, 1945, to begin the long
Girls Soccer: Fort Jennings journey stateside.
stuff; there was
at Ottoville (PCL), 7 p.m. Six days into the voyage, no fear. You were
Boys Golf: NWC at
Hawthorne, 9 a.m.
the Athos encountered a hur- in a different
ricane in the middle of the
Officiating class slated Atlantic Ocean. The storm part of life then
The Mid-West Buckeye
Official Association is
raged for over a day while
the passengers hunkered
and you didn’t
sponsoring a basketball offi- down in the violently rocking think about that
ciating class 6 p.m. Oct. 4
at Parkway High School.
ship. One of those American
soldiers was Adolph “Ottie”
stuff — danger or
If interested, contact Beining of Ottoville. He still getting killed.”
Ron Golemon (419-513- remembers that day in vivid
0439) or Tim Buschur detail. — Adolph “Ottie” Beining,
(419-230-1936). “All we could do is lay in World War II veteran
Forecast our bunks stacked four and
five high. We sat there and wait out the storm. The situ-
Sunny held on for 24 hours during ation soon turned dire as the
Saturday; the storm,” Beining said. storm tossed and damaged
much cooler A GI Newsletter wrote a the ship.
with high in report of the storm on January “The rolls became extreme
upper 60s. 3, 1946. According to the 40 to 45 degrees and damage
See page 2. report, no one aboard the ship increased. Fire broke out in
sensed danger in the begin- the PX and was finally put Caitlin Eyth photo
Index ning, so the ship continue out despite the great dan-
Adolph “Ottie” Beining looks over news clippings and photos from the hurricane he
straight ahead. That abruptly ger from sliding crates. The
Obituaries 2 changed. steering device was impaired; endured as a World War II soldier on the ship Athos on Dec. 21, 1945.
State/Local 3 “The barometer now reg- the vessel was forced directly ed about that stuff; there was for seven hours in the bottom aged by the hurricane and
Politics 4 istered a phenomenon called abeam of the wind into acute no fear. You were in a differ- of the ship. Their weight was would not be able to finish
Community 5 ‘pumping’ — a very rapid danger.” ent part of life then and you necessary to act as a ballast to the journey to America.
Sports 6-7 needle vibration — which is Despite the frightening didn’t think about that stuff keep the ship stable and pre- “Two-thirds of our life-
Classifieds 8 a cyclone characteristic,” the scenario, Beining recalls that — danger or getting killed.” vent tipping. After the storm, saving equipment was
TV 9 report said. “The vessel slid everyone aboard remained There were several exam- many people waited days to destroyed. One engine was
World News 10 to starboard, off its course, calm. ples of people acting bravely report injuries so they would almost shaken from its mount-
and was unable to recover.” “It didn’t seem like it in the face of the difficult not crowd the ship’s medical ings. The tunnels of the pro-
With the ship unable to bothered us. We never gave circumstance. According to quarters for those more seri- peller shaft were flooded by
move in any direction, there a thought to how serious it the report, members of the ously injured.
was no choice but to sit and was,” he said. “Nobody talk- Women’s Army Corps stood The Athos was badly dam- See BEINING, page 2
www.delphosherald.com www.delphosherald.com Friday, September 24, 2010 The Herald –3
2 – The Herald Friday, September 24, 2010

For The Record STATE/LOCAL

‘50s pop singer Eddie Delphos man gets 90 days for The Delphos From The Vantage Point
Fisher dies at age 82
thefts, receiving stolen property
A Delphos man will his 90 days.
Herald Bingo robber Fair assessment!
gets $2,000
Vol. 141 No. 87
spend 90 days behind bars Brent Binkley, 14, of Nancy Spencer, editor and other projects. Foust (Jefferson) both dis-
for two counts of theft and Delphos was also taken Ray Geary, general manager Seth Bolenbaugh, also a played their FFA weld panels
By RAQUEL MARIA The Fisher-Taylor marriage After being discarded by one count of receiving sto- into custody Monday morn- Delphos Herald, Inc. BATAVIA (AP) — Police Van Wert senior, has been at the fair this year.
DILLON lasted only five years. She fell Taylor, Fisher became the butt len property after he pleaded ing with Schoffner and is Don Hemple, say a man blasted pepper spray a member of the Junior Fair Although not active in
The Associated Press in love with co-star Richard of comedians’ jokes. He began guilty Wednesday in Lima still being held in the Allen advertising manager into the face of a 66-year-old Board for the past two years, 4-H or FFA, seniors John
Burton during the Rome filming relying on drugs to get through Municipal Court. County Juvenile Detention Tiffany Brantley, church volunteer in southwest and his responsibilities this Whitten (Parkway) and
LOS ANGELES — Pop of “Cleopatra,” divorced Fisher performances, and his bookings Devon Schoffner, 18, was Center after a hearing was circulation manager Ohio, then stole $2,000 in year included acting as super- Amelia Wiseman (Van Wert)
singer Eddie Fisher, whose clear and married Burton in one of dwindled. He later said he had arrested early Monday morn- held Tuesday afternoon. William Kohl, bingo proceeds. intendent over the dairy and have been active participants
voice brought him a devoted the great entertainment world made and spent $20 million ing by Delphos Police in con- Prosecutors are reviewing general manager/Eagle Print Police say the man was poultry barns. He has been in open shows at the Van
following of teenage girls in scandals of the 20th century. during his heyday, and much of nection with theft of property additional charges of felony The Daily Herald (USPS 1525
leaving St. Elizabeth Ann involved in 4-H for as long Wert County fair. Whitten
the early 1950s before marriage Fisher’s career never recov- it went to gambling and drugs. from several parked vehicles theft against both defen- 8000) is published daily except Seton Roman Catholic Church as he can remember showing has shown horses in several
scandals overshadowed his ered from In 1983, Fisher attempted in the overnight hours. Judge dants. An additional charge Sundays and Holidays. with funds raised through dairy steers and taking other classes and has been doing
fame, has died at age 82. the noto- a full-scale comeback. But his Richard Workman also of contributing to the delin- By carrier in Delphos and bingo games when he was projects, as well. He has also so since he was eight-years-
He passed away Wednesday riety. He old fans had been turned off by ordered Schoffner to pay quency of a minor is also area towns, or by rural motor accosted by a young man who acted as a counselor at 4-H old. His favorite thing to do
night at his home in Berkeley married the scandals, and the younger $150 in court costs on each under review by prosecutors route where available $2.09 per demanded the money and camp for the past two years. when showing horses is get-
of complications from hip sur- actress generation had been turned on charge. against Schoffner. No formal week. By mail in Allen, Van then sprayed him. Police in Lincolnview junior ting them prepped and pretty
gery, his daughter, Tricia Leigh Connie by rock. The tour was unsuc- Schoffner was transported charges have been autho- Wert, or Putnam County, $105 Miami Township just east of
per year. Outside these counties Brittany Poling represented for the show. Wiseman has
Fisher of Los Angeles, told The Stevens, cessful. to Allen County Jail to serve rized. Cincinnati think the robber the Lincolnview FFA on the been showing horses for eight
$119 per year.

Lohan due back in court

Associated Press. and they He had added to his notoriety knew bingo money would be Junior Fair Board. She also years now, and this year she
Entered in the post office
In the early 50s, Fisher sold had two that year with an autobiography, in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as taken out of the church after was a candidate for the 2010 walked away with 1st place in
millions of records with 32 hit daughters. “Eddie: My Life, My Loves.” the night’s games.

after failed drug test

Periodicals, postage paid at Van Wert County Fair Queen the Women’s Easy Gaited (16
songs including “Thinking of Another Of his first three marriages, he Delphos, Ohio. It was meant to be deposited competition. and up) horse show.
You,” “Any Time,” “Oh, My divorce wrote he had been bullied into No mail subscriptions will be in a bank account. Police told Josh Grubaugh (Crestview), Dylan Long (Parkway)
Pa-pa,” “I’m Yours,” “Wish followed. Fisher marriage with Reynolds, whom accepted in towns or villages The Cincinnati Enquirer that
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. can be held. A return to rehab won first place at the Van and Bryce Perry (Crestview)
You Were Here,” “Lady of He married twice more. he didn’t know well; became where The Daily Herald paper the older man struggled and Wert County fair with his weld weren’t involved in 4-H or
Spain” and “Count Your Edwin Jack Fisher was born nursemaid as well as husband (AP) — Lindsay Lohan is is also an option. carriers or motor routes provide suffered minor injuries besides
due back in court today to Law enforcement and daily home delivery for $2.09 board. He has been a member FFA but both were very busy
Blessings.” Aug. 10, 1928, in Philadelphia, to Taylor, and was reluctant to a burning sensation on his face Dirk Ducheney, a senior in ag mechanics from Lincolnview, is pictured showing his hog
of FFA for four years, as well at the fair. Long spent the
His fame was enhanced by one of seven children of a marry Connie Stevens but she face a new judge but a likely court officials say they do not per week. in the Sunday night robbery. at the Van Wert County Fair.
familiar result — jail, rehab know how Fox will handle 405 North Main St. as 4-H, and has been showing week running the “Pigalicious
his 1955 marriage to movie Jewish grocer. At 15 he was was pregnant and he “did the TELEPHONE 695-0015
Police asked Friday for the BY BETH EVANS hogs for the past six years.
ing county fairs; the Paulding at the fair was operating the and More” food stand with his
darling Debbie Reynolds — singing on Philadelphia radio. proper thing.” or judgment postponed. Lohan’s case, but that they public’s help in solving the
The troubled starlet has are prepared for any ruling. Office Hours Sr. English teacher and Putnam County fairs held rides for Durant Amusements, Senior Payton Curran (St. mother, father, aunt and uncle.
they were touted as “America’s After moving to New York, Another autobiography, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. crime. in June; the Mercer County a company based in Putnam John’s) walked away from the Perry was afforded a very
publicly acknowledged fail- Steve Whitmore, a sher-
favorite couple” — and the
birth of two children.
Fisher was adopted as a pro-
tege by comedian Eddie Cantor,
“Been There, Done That,”
published in 1999, was even ing a court-mandated drug iff’s department spokesman,
Send address changes Police feared The school year is in full fair held in August; and the County that travels through
swing, and it’s hard to believe Van Wert County fair held in Ohio and Michigan providing
Van Wert County fair with
several distinguished awards.
unusual opportunity as he was
a flag man for the starting
test, which could trigger a agreed, saying the jail was
Their daughter Carrie Fisher
became a film star herself in
who helped the young singer
become a star in radio, televi-
more searing. He called
Reynolds “self-centered, total- 30-day jail sentence. But as ready to book Lohan if neces-
405 N. Main St. gang showdown that Vantage has been in ses- September. Vantage students midway rides.
sion for over five weeks. As have participated in all four
Curran’s accomplishments
included junior fair Champion
Rounding out the local
gates during the running races
held on Labor Day.
the first three “Star Wars” sion and records. ly driven, insecure, untruthful, with most things involving sary. Delphos, Ohio 45833
Lohan’s three-year-old court Immediate sentencing CINCINNATI (AP) — always, the academic class- county fairs in a variety of dif- county fairs was the 154th Dairy Female, Reserve The Van Wert County
films as Princess Leia, and Fisher’s romantic messages phony.” He claimed he aban- Police officers feared a show- rooms and labs are abuzz ferent ways including Junior edition of the Van Wert Champion Dairy Female, as Fair Band Show is always
later as a best-selling author of resonated with young girls in doned his career during the case, the script isn’t set. could result in Lohan going
It will be the “Mean Girls” directly to jail, but she would Scholars of the Day down between rival motor- with activity and discussion, Fair Board, 4-H, FFA, Open County Fair. Once again, well as senior fair Champion a crowd-pleasing event and
“Postcards From the Edge” and the pre-Elvis period. Publicist- Taylor marriage because he cycle gangs before a shooting and it’s not unusual to hear Shows and Band Showcases, several Vantage students not Dairy Female. He also showed Miranda Temple (Parkway)
other books. manager Milton Blackstone was too busy taking her to star’s first appearance before likely be released within days
Los Angeles Superior Court due to overcrowding. She has in which the officers killed students chatting away about to name just a few. pigs, and one of his pigs was
only participated in junior/ and Starla Silvestri (Wayne
Carrie Fisher spent most of helped the publicity by hiring emergency rooms and clean- a Maine man they say was a the events and organizations In June, the Putnam County open fair shows but also penned 5th in its drive. Dirk Trace) both strutted their
2008 on the road with her auto- girls to scream and swoon at ing up after her pets, children Judge Elden S. Fox, who is twice been released early to
holding an arrest warrant to overcrowding, with Lohan’s gang member, the city’s police they have been enthusiasti- Fair took place in Ottawa. For played an integral part in the Ducheney (Lincolnview), has stuff with their home school
biographical show “Wishful Fisher’s appearances. and servants. Both ex-wives chief said Thursday. cally engaged in within their the past seven years, Jared day-to-day operation of vari- also actively been showing marching band.
Drinking.” In an interview with After getting out of the Army were furious, and Carrie Fisher compel her appearance. The longest jail stay a 14-day stint
judge had said he would sen- on a 90-day sentence earlier Police on Saturday noticed home schools and local com- Ricker (Ottoville), has been ous junior fair events. Three hogs in the junior fair for Vantage students have
The Associated Press, she told in 1953 following a two-year threatened to change her name members of the Iron Horsemen munities. proudly showing dairy beef Vantage students were mem- many years. been very busy and active-
of singing with her father on hitch, hit records, his own TV to Reynolds. tence her to a month in jail for this summer.
each drug test she skipped or Lohan’s previous jail motorcycle gang sitting out- Recently, one of the most feeder calves. This year was bers of the 2010 Van Wert Becca Baker (Parkway) ly involved in a variety of
stage in San Jose. Eddie Fisher show and the headlined mar- At 47, Fisher married a side a bar on the city’s west talked about activities was particularly special for him as County Fair Junior Fair Board has been very involved in county fair activities. Many
was by then in a wheelchair and riage to Reynolds made Fisher 21-year-old beauty queen, Terry failed, but he still has discre- appearance in 2007 lasted 84
tion on her punishment. minutes. Her 90-day sentence side and saw many motor- the 154th Van Wert County he made it to the final round of and were instrumental in the FFA and 4-H. She has been a of the activities and orga-
living in San Francisco. a top star. The couple costarred Richard. The marriage ended cycles across the street, Chief Fair. In the state of Ohio, judging for the reserve cham- planning and organization 4-H ambassador and a mem- nizations these students are
When Eddie Fisher’s best in a 1956 romantic comedy, after 10 months. His fifth mar- The actress wasn’t present at an inpatient rehab facility
for that hearing, which was last month was shortened to St. John’s Scholar of the Tom Streicher said. approximately 91 county and pion dairy beef feeder calf. ber of the Van Wert County
of many junior fair events. involved in are teaching
friend, producer Mike Todd, “Bundle of Joy,” that capital- riage, to Betty Lin, a Chinese- Officers feared citizens independent fairs take place Endowment club. She has
Austin Eickholt (Ottoville) Acting as treasurer for the them leadership, dependabil-
was killed in a 1958 plane ized on their own parenthood. born businesswoman, lasted held hours after her release 23 days. Day is Katherine
from rehab. Another stint in rehab would be hurt in a showdown in various counties beginning had a rather unique experience Junior Fair Board, Van Wert received many awards, ity, and responsibility that
crash, Fisher comforted the In 1960 he played a role longer than any of the others. Honigford. between Iron Horsemen mem- in June and running through at the 2010 Putnam County senior Harrison Oechsle has
Unless Lohan, 24, requests remains a possibility, espe- worked the shaved ice stand, will allow them to demon-
widow, Elizabeth Taylor. Amid in “Butterfield 8,” for which Fisher had two children with Congratulations bers and a rival biker gang, October. Here in our neck of Fair. He didn’t participate in been active in 4-H and FFA and helped decorate her 4-H strate and refine their own
sensationalist headlines, Fisher Taylor won an Academy Reynolds: Carrie and Todd; and immediate sentencing, the cially since Lohan seemed Katherine!
judge will have to set bail to acknowledge an addiction Streicher said. the woods, we have the oppor- 4-H or FFA but he was busy for many years through his club’s booth. Levi Brincefield personal skills that will ben-
divorced Reynolds and married Award. But that film marked two girls with Stevens: Joely The Cincinnati Enquirer tunity to visit four outstand- nonetheless. His participation participation in dairy cattle (Lincolnview) and Jesstin efit their communities.
and release her until a formal problem after news of her Jefferson’s Scholar of the

Rail plan rides on ASHLEY

Taylor in 1959. the end of his movie career. and Tricia. reported that the chief said a
probation revocation hearing positive drug test broke last

Beining week.
“Substance abuse is a dis-
Day is Austin
six-vehicle caravan of police
officers, many in plain clothes, TAX MON.-WED.-FRI.

who’s governor 4FACTORY SALE

ease, which unfortunately arrived at the bar Saturday
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oil and water. The interior

zon for their ride home —
the USS Enterprise.
“We knew that if we saw
doesn’t go away over night,”
Lohan posted on her Twitter
Students can pick up their
feed last Friday. “I am work- awards in their school offices.
night and the officers were
fired upon by Iron Horsemen
member Harry Seavey.
Police fatally shot Seavey
damage was enormous — all the mast that it was 180
of which forced us to put miles away. That mast was a
ing hard to overcome it and
am taking positive steps.
after a gun battle that left two
undercover officers wounded,
COLUMBUS (AP) — Charlotte.
“This is certainly a setback
into the Azores (islands) for happy thing to see. It was the
for me but I am taking respon- Streicher said. The officers President Barack Obama’s Virginia Gov. Bob
repairs, supplies and fuel,” Enterprise coming to pick us
the report said. up,” Beining said. sibility for my actions and I’m Delphos weather — one shot in the leg and one plan for high-speed passenger McDonnell, a Republican
in the hip — are expected to rail has a lot riding on the out- who took office in January,
The ship could not dock There were two ships prepared to face the conse- High temperature Thursday come of some key gubernato- supports a $75 million stim-
at the islands and the troops waiting for the aircraft car- quences,” her posts said. in Delphos was 91 degrees, recover.
rial races in November. ulus-funded track improve- HEADQUARTERS
low was 62. High a year ago
Road signs
had to wait aboard the ship rier’s arrival — the Athos
with limited supplies until and the J.B. Hood which
alternate transportation was also damaged by the
today was 70, low was 61.
Record high for today is 92,
set in 2007. Record low is 32,
Republican candidates in ment project in the northern
Ohio and Wisconsin have part of his state, calling pas-
promised to cancel rail proj- senger rail important to future SOFAS
arrived. hurricane. Each vessel held
“The ship was too big to 1,500 passengers that need-
REPORT set in 1942. XENIA (AP) — Following ects that are getting millions development efforts.
complaints, an Ohio county from the federal stimulus But in Ohio, Republican RECLINERS
get into port,” Beining said. ed to be transferred to the Storage tank WEATHER FORECAST
will remove welcome signs package, mocking the plans candidate John Kasich has
“The ovens, stoves, every- Enterprise. Tri-county
that credit the local Republican as boondoggles or complain- declared that state’s rail proj- From:

stolen from The Associated Press

thing in the kitchen broke off “They brought boats party and look like the state’s ing the trains would leave ect dead if he’s elected gov-
so there were no hot meals from the Enterprise to take
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy
road signs. the states with too much of ernor.
in the evening then clearing.

From: $$ 9595
after the storm. All we had us over. There were five or
Lows around 50. West winds Greene County Engineer a financial burden for future Ohio is scheduled to get
to eat for 24 hours during the six of them and they could operations. $400 million for a startup ser-
Delphos Police responded 15 to 20 mph. Gusts up to 35 Robert Geyer says he realized
storm was candy bars.” hold about 75 men at a time. from comments he got that Florida Republican nomi- vice connecting Cleveland,
to the 500 block of North Main mph in the evening.
While they waited just off The water still wasn’t calm
Street at 9:14 a.m. Tuesday in SATURDAY: Mostly the signs were a bad idea, so nee Rick Scott is also making Columbus, Dayton and
the coast of the Azores, pas- and when we got to the Ottie Beining and other soldiers board lifeboats to take they’re coming down. threats. Scott is opposed to Cincinnati with trains reach-
sengers looked to the hori- Enterprise it was about 20 to another ship after the hurricane. reference to a theft. sunny. Highs in the upper 60s. We Offer the Entire Ashley Line of Sofas, Recliners, Dinettes, Bedrooms,
The victim reported that Northwest winds 10 to 15 The 10 signs say “Welcome any rail plan that would have ing 79 mph by late 2012
there,” Beining said. “Some to Greene County” and, in to be subsidized indefinitely, or 2013. Final engineering Occasional Tables, Lamps & Accents at LOW Factory Direct Prices.
at approximately 8:05 p.m. mph.
had broken limbs and had to on Sunday, an unknown SATURDAY NIGHT: smaller print, “Courtesy of The spokeswoman Bettina Inclan would begin this fall.
be hoisted up but the rest of subject(s) in a red or maroon, Mostly cloudy. Lows in the Greene County Republican said. She didn’t comment on Kasich, a former congress-
us climbed that ladder.” Party.” The signs that are whether Scott would return man and Fox News commen-
late model Chevy S-10 stole a mid 40s. North winds 10 to 15
Once all 3,000 men and white fiberglass storage tank mph. green with white lettering are $1.3 billion in stimulus money tator who is ahead in the polls SOLID WOOD
women were safely aboard similar in style to those used for high-speed trains connect- against Democratic Gov. Ted
the Enterprise, they contin-
ued the journey home. The
from the area of the business.

Computer stolen
SUNDAY: Partly sunny.
Highs in the upper 60s.
by the Ohio Department of ing Tampa and Orlando.
Strickland, said the speed
Rail advocates who say is too slow and questions
The Dayton Daily News the U.S. needs greater trans- whether enough people will
normal length of a voyage
across the Atlantic was two
weeks but with the storm
and waiting on the damaged
from vehicle
Northeast winds 10 to 15 mph.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy

Delphos Police responded with a chance of showers. Lows

reports both Democrats and portation options for the 21st ride it. About 6 million peo-
Republicans were annoyed century see GOP opposition ple live along the Cleveland
and complained to the news- as nothing but raw partisan to Cincinnati corridor, mak-
BEDROOMS Discontinued Suites
Athos, Beining’s journey to the 200 block of South around 50. Highs around 70. paper and to Geyer. politics, a way to destroy ing it one of the most heavily
projects that, if successful, populated corridors without
and Odd Pieces
OSU ag research
lasted a month — Dec. 15 Pierce at 5:49 p.m. Thursday Chance of rain 30 percent.

50-60% off
to Jan. 14. in reference to a theft. would stand as legacies to rail service in the Midwest.
MONDAY NIGHT: Obama’s stimulus plan. Kasich would rather use the
There are many memories
and stories that Beining has
The victim reported park- Mostly cloudy with a chance of
ing his vehicle in the afternoon showers. Lows in the mid 50s. center’s projects “I guess it makes sense for stimulus money to fix roads

hurt by tornado
from the war but this one of Saturday and discovered Chance of rain 30 percent. them politically, and it plays and bridges, but that doesn’t
stands out as unique. on Tuesday that an unknown into the fantasy that high- appear to be an option.
Ottie Beining rode the U.S.S. Enterprise the rest of the way home. “This really was its own subject(s) had entered his
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If Democrats hang onto and factories overseas and to BY SCOTT CLARKSON and on President Eisenhower. The Last Exorcism (PG-13) 9:00; Sat.: Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D (R) 1:30/4:15/
WASHINGTON — These power, their majority is vir- offer tax breaks for firms that Mamie had unknowingly 8:45; Sun.-Thurs.:7:00; 9:25
are two remarkably differ-
ent visions for governing
tually certain to be weak-
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bring jobs back to the United
Van Wert County Here are some interesting
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used a bottle of black ink for
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America. them little room to maneuver On spending, Republicans Court House about our First Families: 4:30
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to shrink the government, cut agenda, including energy leg- government back to 2008 • Lyndon Johnson Nixon liked seeing 2:00/4:15/6:30/8:45; Sun.: 2:00/4:30/7:00; 2100 Harding Hwy. Lima
taxes and undo health care islation to curb carbon emis- levels, although they would made a trip to San the South Fountain Mon.-Thurs.: 4:30/7:00 Saturday
and stimulus laws. President sions and creation of a path leave intact three politically Francisco in 1965. from inside the White Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (PG-13) Nanny McPhee Returns (PG) 1:10/4:10
Barack Obama and Democrats
want tax cuts for the middle
to legal status for millions of
illegal immigrants.
untouchable constituencies:
veterans, seniors and the mil-
EVENTS The wind from his House. She ordered it
turned on one freez-
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helicopter flung a 2:00/4:30/7:00; Mon.-Thurs.: 4:30/7:00 1:30/4:30/7:30/9:20
class, more stimulus spending Either way, it’s a recipe itary. They say they’d freeze TODAY chair against a wom- ing winter night. The Dinner for Schmucks (PG-13)
and an end to the outsourcing for likely gridlock, with the stimulus projects and impose 1-4 p.m. — Interfaith Thrift an’s leg. She sued White House engi- The Van Del Drive-In is 1:20/4:20/7:20/9:50
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Independents of the GOP’s “Pledge to the budget to immigration propose a ban on earmarks — SATURDAY Clarkson fountain all night in
American Mall Stadium 12
America” — a strongly policy. Veto showdowns the now-infamous practice of 9 a.m.-noon — Interfaith • When Harry Truman took a rowboat to break up 2830 W. Elm St., Lima Sunday
not happy either worded manifesto promising
to return government to the
could become common, and
neither party would command
individual lawmakers steer-
ing projects to their districts.
Thrift Store, North Main office, it took him awhile to the ice. Soon after, an electric
Street. realize he was the president. cable was installed to heat the
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of
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One Year Ago people, trim it through deep enough votes to force through It’s unclear how much
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• St. John’s will celebrate Homecoming 2009 at their spending cuts, and refocus it major initiatives. could be saved through these
More bad news for Democrats located at the east edge of the drove himself downtown to Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of 1:20/4:20/7:20
football game Friday night vs Versailles. Prior to the game, on defense and tax cuts — The starkest differences measures. Most of the $814 Contact syndicated colum- Ga’Hoole (PG) 3D 1:35/4:10/7:10/9:30
clinging to control of Congress: St. John’s High School park- Hamilton National Bank so Despicable Me (PG) 1:00/4:007:00
senior Lindsy Reindel will be crowned queen. Members Independent voters are nearly the two parties have laid out are on spending and taxes. billion in stimulus money ing lot, is open. The facil- he could make a payment. It nist Scott Clarkson at: clark-
of the court include, freshman, Katrina Etzkorn, sopho- deeply contrasting agendas Republicans want to extend has already been spent. The The Virginity Hit (R) 2:15/4:25/7:25/ Grown Ups (PG-13) 7:10
as grumpy as Republicans ity can also be opened by was the noon hour and those sonforpresident@yahoo.com
more Kaitlin Wrasman, junior Bailey Calvelage, junior for the next two years. all of George W. Bush’s GOP estimates its cuts would
about politics this year. appointment by calling John wanting to see him backed up
Alicia Ankerman, sophomore Courtney Grothouse, freshman Less than six weeks before income tax cuts permanently amount to $100 billion in

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Calvelage, junior Chris Pohlman, senior T. J. Cross, senior independents and 60 percent warning sirens by Delphos • Jackie Kennedy’s father
Kristina Franks, senior Mitchell MacLennan, senior Chris time for both parties, and vot- add new ones including a 20 be far less.
of Republicans said politics is ers are getting some insight percent deduction for small Exempting veterans, Fire and Rescue was very wealthy. He often
Ulm, senior Jenna Wurst, senior Scott Recker, junior Evan making them angry, compared 5 p.m. — Delphos Coon spoiled his little girl. He
Burgei, sophomore Jordan Bergfeld and freshman Brett into how the two parties want businesses. seniors and defense spending
with 31 percent of Democrats to change the country. Democrats are proposing “leaves a pretty small slice of and Sportsman’s Club hosts a would take her to fancy res-
Schwinnen. who said so. About 7 in 10 chicken fry. taurants, buy her expensive
Still, many of the vows to keep the rates where they pie to be whittling away at, and
independents and Republicans on both sides are deliberate- are for individuals making up hard to believe there is $100 7 p.m. — Bingo at St. clothes and travel on luxuri-
25 Years Ago — 1985 were disgusted, compared
• Several area law enforcement agencies are looking for a with 4 in 10 Democrats, and
ly vague. The reality behind
each party’s stirring rhetoric
to $200,000 and for families
earning up to $250,000 — but
billion in savings available as
promised,” Steve Ellis of the
John’s Little Theatre. ous vacations. Once, he even
rented a puppy for her to take
Saturday, September 25 & Sunday, September 26
large African eland antelope which escaped Monday from a independents and Republicans is that little may change after to hit wealthier individuals watchdog group Taxpayers SUNDAY on a walk through Central
moving vehicle near Woods and Waters Campgrounds and were likelier than Democrats Election Day. and some small businesses for Common Sense wrote in 1-4 p.m. — Putnam County Park.
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• “The Merchant of Venice” by William Shakespeare will pendents, who can be pivotal MONDAY Vicks and placed several dabs
Republicans on Thursday a main sponsor of the leg- effective date of the bill to 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. — Ottoville in each nostril. Awaking in
be presented in St. John’s auditorium-gym on Nov. 8 at 8:15 in many congressional races, gal.
stood fast in blocking legisla- islation, pointing to special next January so it would not Branch Library is open. the morning, there were black ea.
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vicinity is expected to be in attendance at a supper which ings, independents’ sullenness the bill as an attempt to win unanimous Republican block- which narrowly passed the 6 p.m. — Weight Watchers
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Panthers storm by Jefferson volleyballers MLB

By JEFF WITTLER it the rest of the day and they The Associated Press Cincinnati (H.Bailey 3-3) at San Diego (Richard
The Delphos Herald don’t,” she explained. National League
East Division
13-8), 4:05 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers (Billingsley 11-11) at Arizona
The Wildcats respond- W L Pct GB (J.Saunders 3-6), 4:10 p.m.

Fullenkamp leads Minster sweep of St. John’s Bulldogs score early,

JEFFERSON — Both ed for Merschman as they Philadelphia
92 61 .601
86 67 .562

American League
Jefferson and Paulding exploded out to a 7-0 advan- Florida 76 76 .500 15 1/2 East Division
entered their Thursday night tage to open up set three. New York 74 78 .487 17 1/2 W L Pct GB

shut out Titans

Washington 65 88 .425 27 New York 92 61 .601 —
Northwest Conference vol- However, Paulding slowly Central Division Tampa Bay 91 61 .599 1/2
By JIM METCALFE 6-0 spurt, five on the serves of leyball contest with four chipped away at that lead to W L Pct GB Boston 84 68 .553 7 1/2
The Delphos Herald sophomore Claire McGowan losses, each looking for some knot the game at 11. Then
St. Louis
86 67 .562
78 74 .513 7 1/2
— Toronto
77 75 .507 14 1/2
61 91 .401 30 1/2
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com (2 kills; 2 stuffs), put the visi- momentum heading into the the Panther front line took Houston 73 80 .477 13 Central Division
tors up 10-3. That just started By DAVE BONINSEGNA as McDorman and Bowman second half of the regular control with hard hitting (7
71 81 .467 14 1/2
69 83 .454 16 1/2 x-Minnesota
92 60 .605
Pct GB

DELPHOS — With the trend as the Wildcats had The Delphos Herald would hook up again; season. kills) to build their own lead Pittsburgh 53 99 .349 32 1/2 Chicago 80 72 .526 12
Bowling Green State too much firepower for the zsportslive@yahoo.com McDorman sent the ball into The Panthers were able of seven, 20-13. The home West Division Detroit 77 75 .507 15
University-bound senior Jays to deal with and secured the box from the right side to take the momentum home team tried to mount a come- San Francisco
86 67 .562
Pct GB

Kansas City
63 89 .414
62 91 .405 30 1/2
Erica Fullenkamp leading a 2-0 lead on a tip over the GLANDORF — and just as before, he found with them as they stopped the back, pulling back to within San Diego 85 67 .559 1/2 West Division
the way, Minster’s volley- block by Fullenkamp. Momentum is essential in any Bowman right at the goal and Wildcats three sets to one. two at 23-21, but fell short as
Los Angeles
82 70 .539 3 1/2
74 79 .484 12
W L Pct GB
ball team took down host St. The third set was much
Texas 84 68 .553 —
sport. the potential WBL all-leaguer Set one would unfold with the Panthers would capture Arizona 62 91 .405 24 Oakland 77 75 .507 7
John’s 25-15, 25-14, 25-18 closer most of the way. Grabbing that impetus in found the back of the Ottawa- ——— Los Angeles 75 77 .493 9
Thursday in Midwest Athletic Fullenkmap and Wolf did a close beginning and an set three 25-21. Thursday’s Results Seattle 58 94 .382 26
many occasions can determine Glandorf net to make it 2-0 equally close finish. Jefferson Back and forth was the St. Louis 9, Pittsburgh 2
Conference action at Robert their parts for the Lady the outcome of the contest. with 24:02 to go in the first Washington 7, Houston 2 x-clinched division
A. Arnzen Gymnasium. Wildcats, wile Reindel and jumped out with the first two story of set four as nei- San Francisco 13, Chicago Cubs 0 ———
The Elida Bulldogs seized half. points but Paulding countered ther team wanted control.
“We focused a lot of senior Tiffany Geise (4 kills; the moment early The Elida
Milwaukee 8, Florida 3
Arizona 10, Colorado 9
Thursday’s Results
Toronto 1, Seattle 0
our attention in practice on 4 digs) helped the Lady Jays. with the next five to lead Jefferson shook things up
in their Western defense was stel- 5-2. Jefferson regained the a little by inserting fresh-
L.A. Dodgers 3, San Diego 1 Kansas City 4, Cleveland 2
knowing where she was all However, up 17-15, the visi- Buckeye League lar in the match,
Today’s Games Tampa Bay 10, N.Y. Yankees 3
the time. She is their No. tors had the finishing kick boys soccer con- not allowing the serve and was able to rattle man Katie Goergens into the St. Louis (Wainwright 19-11) at Chicago Cubs
(Gorzelanny 7-8), 2:20 p.m.
Oakland 5, Texas 0
Today’s Games
1 player,” Jays coach Kellie behind Wolfe and finished off frontation with the first real threat off 12 straight points to take lineup. She contributed two Atlanta (T.Hudson 16-8) at Washington Boston (Beckett 5-5) at N.Y. Yankees (Pettitte
Sterling observed. “What hurt the sweep when the Jays com- Ottawa-Glandorf by the Titans what seemed to be a comfort- points as Jefferson went up (Zimmermann 0-2), 7:05 p.m.
Houston (Myers 13-7) at Pittsburgh (Ja.
11-2), 7:05 p.m.
Kansas City (Hochevar 6-5) at Cleveland
us is their other girls real- mitted their fifth service error Titans on Thursday when Derrick able lead at 14-5. During that 9-4. Paulding roared back to McDonald 4-5), 7:05 p.m. (Tomlin 4-4), 7:05 p.m.
ized that and stepped up. I (vs. 2 aces) on match point. night at Titan Field. Stechshulte sent in a free kick span, senior Kristin Klausing even the score at 9. From that N.Y. Mets (Dickey 11-7) at Philadelphia
(Blanton 7-6), 7:05 p.m.
Minnesota (Liriano 14-8) at Detroit (Verlander
17-8), 7:05 p.m.
am sure they are getting used Sophomore Heather Vogt Just 46 seconds into the from 20 yards out but Zuber served up three aces, while point on, both sides would Florida (A.Miller 1-3) at Milwaukee (M.Rogers Baltimore (Tillman 1-4) at Toronto (Cecil 13-7),
to that with almost everyone had 10 block-touches to pace contest, Trey Bowman scored scooped up the ball to keep senior teammate Bridget Culp make their share of mistakes 0-0), 8:10 p.m. 7:07 p.m.
focused on her. They played the Blue Jays, while senior the first of his two goals, lead- the home team off the board. put down six kills (26 kills, as well as good plays to
San Francisco (Lincecum 14-10) at Colorado
(J.Chacin 9-9), 8:10 p.m.
Seattle (J.Vargas 9-11) at Tampa Bay (Niemann
10-7), 7:10 p.m.
so well off of her; they are Katie Wallenhorst had nine ing the Bulldogs to a 2-nil The Titans got five shots 13 blocks, 9 digs, 1 assist, 1 wind up tied at 20. Moments L.A. Dodgers (Kershaw 12-10) at Arizona Chicago White Sox (F.Garcia 11-6) at L.A.
getting opportunities to get assists and sophomore Emily victory over O-G. on-goal in the first half, all ace). Several mistakes by the later, a thundering kill by the
(Enright 6-5), 9:40 p.m.
Cincinnati (Arroyo 16-10) at San Diego
Angels (Pineiro 10-7), 10:05 p.m.
good hitting tries and they Horstman added seven digs.
Texas (Tom.Hunter 12-4) at Oakland (Cramer
Bulldogs goal- after 20 minutes ’Cats allowed the Panthers to Panthers would give them the (C.Young 1-0), 10:05 p.m. 2-0), 10:05 p.m.
came through.” “We stayed right with keeper Austin had been played. climb back to within three at win 25-22.
Saturday’s Games Saturday’s Games
Minster head coach Ashley them most of the way but just Zuber made six Winston Fuetter 18-15, then two (20-18) and The loss by Jefferson
Atlanta (D.Lowe 14-12) at Washington (Maya
0-2), 1:05 p.m.
Baltimore (Guthrie 10-14) at Toronto (R.Romero
13-9), 1:07 p.m.
Rohrer concurred. not consistently enough. That saves for the shut- got an attempt
“It’s so nice to know you is the area we must improve then down to one (22-21). drops them to 5-5 overall and St. Louis (C.Carpenter 15-8) at Chicago Cubs
(Coleman 2-2), 1:05 p.m.
Texas (D.Holland 3-4) at Oakland (G.Gonzalez
14-9), 4:05 p.m.
out as the guests inside the box Jefferson was able to stay on an even 2-2 in the NWC.
have someone who will come upon as we move on,” outshot their hosts with 13:32 left
Cincinnati (Tr.Wood 5-4) at San Diego (Garland Boston (Lester 18-8) at N.Y. Yankees (Nova

through for you no matter Sterling added. “Minster just top as a kill by senior Melissa Paulding improves to 7-4 14-12), 4:10 p.m. 1-0), 4:10 p.m.
17-8 for the game. but it sailed wide; Shobe (8 kills, 8 digs, 3 aces) on the season and also 2-2 in
Houston (Norris 9-8) at Pittsburgh (Duke 7-14), Kansas City (Greinke 9-13) at Cleveland
the situation or the opponent. wanted it overall more than Bowman got Andrew Trenkamp Tom Morris photo
7:05 p.m. (J.Gomez 3-5), 7:05 p.m.
She is as dedicated as anyone we did. Right now, we don’t made it 24-22. A serving conference play. N.Y. Mets (Gee 1-1) at Philadelphia (K.Kendrick Minnesota (Pavano 17-11) at Detroit
the scoring started before sent one towards Zuber as Jefferson senior Lauren Claypool puts up a successful 10-9), 7:05 p.m. (Bonderman 8-9), 7:05 p.m.
to the game of volleyball; have enough girls that want it error by Paulding gave the Next action for the Lady
Tom Morris photo the fans were even settled in well a minute later with the blockof a Paulding hit attempt Thursday night at Jefferson Florida (Volstad 10-9) at Milwaukee (Narveson Seattle (Fister 6-12) at Tampa Bay (Garza
it’s her life,” she explained. bad enough to play up to their ’Cats set one, 25-23. ’Cats will be a Saturday 11-8), 7:10 p.m. 14-9), 7:10 p.m.
St. John’s sophomore gets the block for a point against their seats as the junior broke same results. High School. The visiting Lady Panthers got a 4-set victory L.A. Dodgers (Ely 4-8) at Arizona (D.Hudson Chicago White Sox (Danks 13-11) at L.A.
“Where she excels is that ability all the time. For exam- Tough Paulding serves morning home match with
Minster Thursday with support from senior Melanie behind the Titan defense and The second half saw the in NWC volleyball action. 6-1), 8:10 p.m. Angels (Kazmir 9-14), 9:05 p.m.
she is so team-oriented, she ple, we work a lot on getting placed the ball into the back hosts come out in a bit of and a lack of communica- Ayersville. The junior varsity San Francisco (Zito 9-13) at Colorado (Hammel Sunday’s Games
enjoys setting her teammates Mansfield at Arnzen Gym. However, the visiting Wildcats around the blockers we see tion by Jefferson put the would eventually be victori- coach April Merschman. contest begins at 10 a.m.
10-8), 8:10 p.m. Kansas City (Chen 11-7) at Cleveland
got a 3-set MAC sweep of the Lady Blue Jays. of the net from 8 yards out. a flurry, getting their first Sunday’s Games (Carmona 12-14), 1:05 p.m.
up. Her teammates accept she all the time in the MAC. I and Dylan McDorman got the ball attempt just 23 ticks in; Panthers in the driver’s seat ous 25-15. “They felt they had it in The Panthers also claimed Atlanta (Beachy 0-1) at Washington (Li. Minnesota (Duensing 10-2) at Detroit (Porcello
is our leader and they aren’t (13 assists), hitting (13 kills; the Lady Blue Jays (7-7, 0-5 my assistant (Jason Heffner) on the left side just outside Trenkamp had the first real to start set two as the maroon Overconfidence may have the first game; if they win the victory in the junior varsity Hernandez 10-12), 1:35 p.m.
Houston (Happ 6-2) at Pittsburgh (Maholm
9-11), 1:05 p.m.
Baltimore (Matusz 8-12) at Toronto (Marcum
afraid to follow. What’s hap- 3 aces) or blocking (4 solo MAC) until set point, when stand on chairs during my the box and fed it behind the shot for the Titans with 38:44 and white steamrolled their played a role in the second set, first game they’re always sat- match by the scores of 25-12, 8-15), 1:35 p.m. 12-8), 1:07 p.m.
pening is that they realize blocks, 2 stuffs). A stuff by Wolf went cross-court through practice to get them to work Ottawa-Glandorf defense; to go but his 18-yard free kick way to a 20-6 lead. Paulding according to Jefferson head isfied. They think they have 16-25, 25-14. N.Y. Mets (Pelfrey 15-9) at Philadelphia
(Hamels 12-10), 1:35 p.m.
Seattle (French 4-6) at Tampa Bay (J.Shields
teams are loading up on her, junior Kassi Brown (5 kills; the defense for a kill. on it. However, it just doesn’t 13-13), 1:40 p.m.

Bowman just followed it in attempt sailed over the cross- Florida (Mendez 1-1) at Milwaukee (Capuano Chicago White Sox (T.Pena 4-2) at L.A. Angels
so they need to elevate their 8 blocks, 2 stuffs) gave the The Wildcats wasted little translate into matches.” and placed it to the left of net- bar, keeping it a 2-0 score. 3-4), 2:10 p.m. (Jer.Weaver 13-11), 3:35 p.m.
effort, which they have done. Wildcats (9-4, 3-1 MAC) a time taking command of the The Wildcats won the minder Jason Fischer to give The first 40 minutes of the
St. Louis (Westbrook 2-4) at Chicago Cubs
(Samardzija 2-1), 2:20 p.m.
Texas (C.Lewis 11-13) at Oakland (Cahill
17-7), 4:05 p.m.
We have a lot of weapons.” 7-6 lead. They never looked second set. After St. John’s junior varsity match in two the guests an early 1-0 lead. match was played yellow-card Talbot gave up three runs first tie-breaker to decide the division straight games giving up three or fewer Chris Young also homered for San Francisco (M.Cain 12-10) at Colorado (De Boston (Matsuzaka 9-6) at N.Y. Yankees
The Jays had the early back. With Fullenkamp and junior Shelby Reindel (7 sets. The Elida offense came free; however, the second half and five hits over five innings
title if the teams are all square after runs, the longest streak since the Arizona. D.J. Carrasco (3-2) got the La Rosa 8-5), 3:10 p.m. (P.Hughes 17-8), 8:05 p.m.
lead of 5-2 on a Minster hit- St. John’s hosts Kalida 10

senior Delanie Wolf (10 kills; 10 block/touches, 2 solo
162 games. Chicago White Sox set the record with win after an early exit by starter Ian
onto the pitch with an offen- saw the match get a bit chippy in his first outing since Sept. Yankees reliever Javier Vazquez 20 in a row in 1917, the Elias Sports Kennedy.
ting error. However, the 5-11 kills, 2 stuffs; 5 digs) among blocks) put down an opening a.m. Saturday, while Minster sive flurry, sending four shots and the officials have to take 12, when he threw only 14 tied a big-league record by hitting Bureau said. Cardinals 9, Pirates 2
Fullenkamp set the pace early the leaders, the visitors kept kill, a kill by Fullenkamp got is in its own invitational 9 at O-G goalie Jason Fischer some control. Three yellows pitches against Minnesota,
three straight batters in the seventh
as the Rays added two runs without
San Francisco moved a half-game
ahead of San Diego, which lost at Los
PITTSBURGH — Albert Pujols hit
his 40th and 41st home runs and
and often with either setting steadily pulling away from the Lady Wildcats going. A a.m. Saturday. in the first 3:13 of the match. were issued, two for the Titans leaving with inflammation in getting a hit. Angeles. The Giants have the same Matt Holliday reached the 100-RBI
Ten days earlier, Sabathia and record as idle Atlanta, which leads the mark, leading the slumping St. Louis The Associated Press HOCKEY
The Bulldogs controlled the and one to Elida. his right shoulder.

Price showed why they’re leading can- wild-card race. Cardinals over the Pittsburgh Pirates. BASEBALL National Hockey League
tempo early and kept the The hosts had some late The rookie retired the last didates for the AL Cy Young Award, Madison Bumgarner (6-6) scat- The Cardinals snapped a 3-game American League ANAHEIM DUCKS—Assigned
Titans in their defensive end opportunities in the match eight Royals he faced, but fell
each tossing eight scoreless innings in
a game the Rays won 1-0 in 11.
tered seven hits over seven innings
and struck out nine.
losing streak and won for just the 13th
time in 38 games since Aug. 14, the
CLEVELAND INDIANS— C Nick Bonino; LWs Rob Bordson,
of the pitch for the better part to get on the board with a to 1-6 in 12 starts since beat- Athletics 5, Rangers 0 Uribe had only two hits in his pre- last day they were in first place in the
Signed a 2-year player develop-
ment contract with Columbus (IL).
Nicolas Deschamps and Brandon
McMillan; Ds Mat Clark, Joe
Lady T-Birds grab 15, 7-11 NWC) were Matt Roughriders take Miller City routs of the first half. pair of free kicks from just ing Cincinnati on June 27. OAKLAND, Calif. — Dallas Braden
allowed one hit in eight innings and
vious 21 at-bats before his quick six
RBIs as the Giants teed off on Ryan
NL Central.
St. Louis’ chances of defending its Selected the contracts of C Luke DiPenta and Mark Mitera; and
Willow Bend meet Waldick with a 45 and Jacob WBL boys golf title Spencerville soccer Bryant Gladen found him- outside the semi-circle at the “Physically, I felt better Oakland beat Texas, stalling the Dempster (14-11) and reliever Thomas division title remain slim. The Cardinals Carlin and RHP Vinnie Pestano RW Kyle Palmieri to Syracuse
VAN WERT — Shelby Violet with a 47. KENTON — Greg MILLER CITY — Three self open inside the box with top of the goal box, but both than I have in 95 percent of Rangers’ pursuit of their first AL West
title since 1999.
Dodgers 3, Padres 1
trail idle Cincinnati by 7 1/2 games with
only 10 games left.
from Columbus (IL). Transferred (AHL). Assigned RW Emerson
Warner logged a 38 to pace Taylor Kuffner’s 81 was the low score Miller City players scored at an opportunity two minutes attempts were kicked right my starts,” Talbot said. “I felt Braden (10-13) outpitched Cliff LOS ANGELES — Hiroki Kuroda Pittsburgh had its season-high
C Carlos Santana to the 60-day
DL. Placed RHP Hector Ambriz
Etem, C Peter Holland RW
Devante Smith-Pelly and D Scott
all golfers and led Lima Hoehn was for St. Marys as the Roughriders least two goals each in the into the match but the home into the 4-man Elida wall. great. I just didn’t know where Lee to end his 4-game losing streak pitched eight superb innings, Andre 5-game winning streak come to an
on the 60-day DL. Valentine to their junior teams.
Central Catholic’s girls to a low man for grabbed the Western Buckeye opening half Thursday after- team defense wouldn’t let the Matt Kaufman provided I was throwing it. I kind of
and keep Texas’ magic number at
four for clinching the division. The left-
Ethier had two run-scoring hits and
the Los Angeles Dodgers sent the San
end. The Pirates are one defeat short
of their first 100-loss season since NEW YORK YANKEES— COLUMBUS BLUE
victory at the 9-team Willow the Lancers League boys golf title Thursday noon as the Wildcats dominat- ball through. the last hope for the hosts to settled in and got a feel for hander, who tossed a perfect game Diego Padres back into second place. 2001. Recalled RHP Andrew Brackman JACKETS—Returned F Dalton
Bend Invitational Thursday at (4-27, 3-15 at Veterans’ Memorial Park ed Spencerville 12-0 in a non- The Bulldogs would get get on to the scoreboard with things around the fourth. I felt against Tampa Bay in May, retired 19
batters in a row after Nelson Cruz’s
Kuroda (11-13) allowed one run
and five hits, retiring 14 of his last 15
Jeff Suppan (2-7) won for just the
second time in 13 starts this season.
from Trenton (EL). Smith, F Petr Straka, D Brandon
Willow Bend Golf Club in NWC) with Golf Club. league boys soccer match. three more cracks at the Titan a nice move from close range like I was getting stronger as I 2-out single in the first inning. Ian batters. The right-hander, who has Brian Burres (3-4) was tagged for four
National League
Archibald and D Austin Madaisky
to their junior clubs. Released G
Van Wert. a 44. Landon Stahler was the Logan Konst opened scoring net in the series but each as the sophomore made a spin went on.” Kinsler ended the streak by drawing a
leadoff walk in the eighth.
made 65 starts without a complete
game since his 1-hitter against Atlanta
runs and six hits in 2 1/3 innings.
Nationals 7, Astros 2 NATIONALS—Announced the Riley Gill and G Dan Taylor.
Wayne Trace fin- All three medalist for third-place for the Wildcats (5-4-1) with a opportunity was thwarted and attempted to left-foot the Notes: Kansas City leads Braden walked two and struck out on July 7, 2008, threw 98 pitches WASHINGTON — Michael Morse resignation of president Stan MINNESOTA WILD—Signed
ished second behind Kacee teams are Wapakoneta with an 80. goal six minutes into the match away. ball into the net but again the season series 8-7 with seven. Brad Ziegler finished the 1-hit- before Hong-Chih Kuo struck out the homered, doubled and drove in three Kasten, effective at the end of Ds Josh Caron, Colton Jobke
Hockenberry’s 39. next in Ian Haidle was low scorer as that was the first of three Bowman nearly got his Zuber was there to quash the three games left. ... Cleveland
Lee (12-9) walked his first two hit-
side in the ninth to get his 10th save
in 11 chances.
runs, Roger Bernadina and Danny
Espinosa hit 2-run homers and Ross
the season.
American Association
and Jared Spurgeon. Reassigned
LW Brandon Buck; RWs Jarod
Deanna action at for fourth-place Elida with an goals he scored in the opening second goal at the 4:04 mark attempt. is 10-21 at home since July ters in the fourth, marking the first time Mat Latos (14-8) lasted 5-plus Detwiler earned his first win in nearly a
EL PASO DIABLOS— Palmer, Joel Broda and Jean-
Ray (40) led Hawthorne Hoehn 84. 40 minutes. Gabe Wenzinger into the first half as he nearly The victory moves Elida 24. ... Cleveland purchased he’s walked consecutive batters in
two years — a span of 80 starts. Both
innings and lost his third straight deci-
year as the Washington Nationals beat
the Houston Astros. Released OF Rico Santana, RHP Michel Daoust; and G Josh
Celina to Hills today Blake Doidge shit an 82 for and Robby Nadler scored twice got another cross pass attempt to 4-3 overall and evens their the contracts of RHP Vinnie runners scored. He lasted five innings, Diamondbacks 10, Rockies 9 It was the third consecutive win William Buzhardt, LHP Dustin Tordjman to Houston Aeros
third place, for the NWC meet. fifth-place Van Wert. each in the first half and Brent but a header effort towards the WBL record to 2-2, while Pestano and C Luke Carlin allowing four runs and six hits.
Blue Jays 1, Mariners 0
PHOENIX — Stephen Drew hom-
ered and had four RBIs, Kelly Johnson
for Washington, the first time they’d
won three straight at home since July
Birosak, RHP Kris Jiggetts and (AHL), G Darcy Kuemper to Red
followed Team Scores: Elida hosts Van Wert Hermiller scored the final goal net would sail high, keeping it O-G falls to 5-2-3 in all games from Triple-A Columbus. TORONTO — Jose Bautista drove hit a 2-run shot and the Arizona 29-31. Houston has lost three in a row
RHP Barry Fowler.
Deer (WHL), D Josh Caron to
Kamloops (WHL) and D Colton
by Antwerp Paulding 175: Sam Heilshorn and LCC 5 p.m. Tuesday at of the opening half with 1:49 a 1-0 contest. and 1-2-2 in league play. Carlin, who played for San in the only run with his major league- Diamondbacks held off Colorado to for the first time since early August.
National Basketball Jobke to Kelowna (WHL).
43, Dillon Ankney 43, Ricky
( P a u l a Bergalowski 44, Andy Smiley Tamarac. left on the clock. However, the next Elida Elida visits Bath in anoth- Diego in 2008 and Arizona
leading 50th homer to lift Toronto over
complete a 3-game sweep of the fad-
ing Rockies.
Detwiler (1-2) pitched six innings,
allowing two runs. It was his first win Association ECHL
Slattman’s 45, Devan Team Scores:
Besides scoring three times opportunity would have bet- er WBL contest 7 p.m. in 2009, made his AL debut Ichiro Suzuki also became the first Colorado had won 13-of-15 in since Sept. 28, 2009. He missed much DALLAS MAVERICKS— LAS VEGAS WRANGLERS—
47) and Bermajo 47, St. Marys 338, Shawnee 343,
in the first half, Hermiller ter results for the Bulldogs Tuesday. as a defensive replacement player with 10 straight 200-hit sea- another late-season run to get close of the season after right hip surgery in Signed F Steve Novak. Agreed to terms with F Greg

Royals beat Indians 4-2

Wapakoneta 344, Elida 345, Van sons, breaking his own record with a in the NL West but leaves the desert February. NEW YORK KNICKS—Signed Collins and F Matt Price.
T i n o r a Josh Boes
Wert 348, Kenton 352, Defiance assisted on three other Miller in the eighth. Pestano made fifth-inning single for the Mariners. 3 1/2 games behind San Francisco Nelson Figueroa (5-4) took the F Shawne Williams. LACROSSE
(Chelsea Jefferson 354, Bath 359, Celina 366, City goals and Josh Niese had his major-league debut in the Shawn Hill (1-2) pitched five shut- in the division and Atlanta in the wild- loss.
PHILADELPHIA 76ERS— National Lacrosse
out innings to win for the first time card race. Brewers 8, Marlins 3
Deniston’s ninth.

behind Sean O’Sullivan

Ottawa-Glandorf 385.
188: Matt a pair of assists. since April 10, 2009. Kevin Gregg Jeff Francis (4-6) struggled in his MILWAUKEE — Corey Hart hit Traded G Willie Green and F/C League
47) tied for Waldick Low Scorers:
Landon Stahler (WA) 80, Greg Mick Lammers scored twice
Rays 10, Yankees 3
NEW YORK — B.J. Upton and Carl
closed it out for his 35th save in 40
second start off the disabled list and
the Rockies got little production from
one of three Milwaukee homers, help-
ing Yovani Gallardo and the Brewers
Jason Smith to New Orleans for
F Darius Songaila and F Craig
Fs Brenden Thenhaus and Kyle
fourth, Parkway (Jennifer 45,
47, Kuffner (SM) 81; Blake Doidge in the second half for Miller Crawford each drove in two runs in a Bautista became the 26th player Troy Tulowitzki to go home on a debili- beat the Florida Marlins. Brackins. Clancy to 2-year contracts.
Schatzer’s 47) sixth, Crestview (VW), Johnny Ellis (SH), Henry City, while Ross Kaufman
7-run sixth inning and the Tampa Bay in major-league history to reach the tating 4-game losing streak. Hart reached 30 homers for the
(Marcy Saylor’s 46) sev-
Tyler Miller
Weisgerber (DE) and Damon Roll The Associated Press strikes. He changed speeds. Rays knocked around CC Sabathia 50-homer mark with a first-inning shot Carlos Gonzalez hit his first career first time in his career with his first-
48, Tyler and Ross Vennekotter notched But the way we’re swinging in his much-anticipated rematch with off Felix Hernandez (12-12), who took grand slam in the seventh inning and inning drive. Rickie Weeks and Prince coach Alvin Gentry to a contract NCAA—Placed Chattanooga
enth, St. John’s (Dani Hale’s Wrasman (KE) 82; Matt Watkins (BA), Jarrod
goals. Jacob Schroeder, the bat right now, we’re not
David Price and beat the New York yet another tough-luck loss. added a 2-run single in Colorado’s Fielder hit consecutive shots in the extension through the 2012-13 on probation until Sept. 22, 2012,
48) eighth and Lincolnview 48, Nick Kindle (KE) and Paul Carmean CLEVELAND — Sean Yankees 10-3 Thursday night. ---- 3-run ninth but the Rockies couldn’t seventh on the first three pitches of season. for failing to monitor phone calls
Gallmeier 49, (SM) 84; Ian Haidle (EL) 84. Kyle Heuerman and Brent O’Sullivan had never won as a helping ourselves.” Price (18-6) labored through six National League come all the way back. Sandy Rosario’s major-league debut. FOOTBALL and text messages by coaches
(Kaitlin Brant’s 45) last. Waldick Final Standings (Regular Riepenhoff all had assists. Aviles hit a 1-out homer and
innings but Sabathia (20-7) struggled
starter for Kansas City — until
Alex Garza CHICAGO — Juan Uribe hit a Tulowitzki, having a huge Gallardo (14-7) improved to 3-0 National Football League to recruits.
St. John’s is in the 51. season and tournament):
Miller City outshot the Yuniesky Betancourt added an
even more. The Rays beat New York grand slam and a 2-run homer, both September, went 2-for-12 in the series. with a 1.95 ERA in four September
MAC meet Saturday, while Lincolnview 202: Taylor Hoehn Shawnee, St. Marys Memorial, closer Joakim Soria helped for the second straight day, splitting shots coming during a 9-run second His only RBI came in the ninth on a starts. Anibal Sanchez (12-11) took
Wapakoneta, Van Wert, Defiance, Bearcats (1-8) 20-5 for the end his frustration. RBI grounder in the first. the 4-game set and pulling within a inning that sent the San Francisco groundout with runners at second and the loss. Agreed to terms with LB Sergio Hubbard assistant director of ten-
Lincolnview is in the section- 44, Brooks Ludgwig 51, Zach
match. Brent Niese had five Betancourt singled, went
half-game of the first-place Yankees in Giants past the Chicago Cubs 13-0 third and one out. That cut Arizona’s Florida rookie Logan Morrison Kindle on a 1-year contract. nis/men’s tennis coach.
als Tuesday at Celina.
Kreischer 52, Nick Sowers 55, Elida, Kenton, Bath, Celina, Soria pitched a perfect ninth the AL East. Thursday night and into first place in lead to 10-9 but Juan Gutierrez struck extended his streak of reaching base CAROLINA PANTHERS— MINNESOTA—Suspended
Logan Miller 59, Jacob Staley 62. Ottawa-Glandorf. saves for the Wildcats, while inning for his 33rd consecu- to third on a double by Alex The victory gave Tampa Bay a the NL West. out pinch-hitter Melvin Mora with two safely to 42 straight games, tying the Signed WR Marcus Henry to the WR Troy Stoudermire from the
Team Scores: ---- ----- Josiah McNulty had five saves Gordon and scored on a
10-8 edge in the season series — the Giants pitchers have gone 17 on for his 12th save. best mark in the majors this season.
tive save as O’Sullivan and the practice squad. Released RB football team indefinitely for con-
Lady Knights slug
Lima Central Catholic 178:
Shelby Warner 38, Ali Whitney Lady Green gets for Spencerville and Zach Gay Royals beat the Cleveland groundout by Lucas May in
Josh Vaughan from the practice duct detrimental to the team.
PCL triumph Bearcats in net play had five. the third to make it 3-0.
squad. PITTSBURGH—Dismissed
43, Jordin Moots 47, Celeste Indians 4-2 on Thursday night.
Shanahan 50, Sydney Moeller OTTOVILLE — Behind CONVOY — Crestview’s ---- Trevor Crowe, a late
CHICAGO BEARS—Signed DB Jeff Knox from the football
“You can’t ever get bored (Continued from page 6) of a 5-0 decision Thursday at Bulldogs shots and saved WR Greg Mathews to the prac- team following an off-campus
53. Tasha Kaufman (10 kills) and volleyball program has built up Lady ’Dawgs grab replacement for Michael
Deanna Kahle (KA) 23:40; 7.
by a closer that’s automatic,” aces), Haley McIntyre (5 kills), Evania Bonifaz (BL) 23:53; 8. Findlay High School. them all.
tice squad. Terminated the prac- incident.
Wayne Trace 187: Kacee
Megan Bendele (9 kills, 10 quite a legacy over the years in WBL volleyball sweep Brantley, had three hits for
Hockenberry 39, Olivia Hook Royals manager Ned Yost Halie Zenz (6 kills, 2 aces, 16
Amanda Giesige (KA) 24:05; 9.
The closest match was at ---
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blocks), the Ottoville volley- the Northwest Conference. ELIDA — The Elida vol- Cleveland. Brantley was in Katelyn Kortokrax (KA) 24:44; Folsom. women’s basketball coach Beth
46, Ashley Saylor 48, Ashley after Soria converted his 41st assists) and Lexi Decker (2 first singles, where Lindsay Titans whump Redskins
Goeltzenleuchter 54, Aryn Denny ballers downed Miller City The Spencerville team was leyball unit swept Kenton the original lineup but was
10. Delany Reineke (BL) 24:48. NEW YORK JETS—Waived T Burns to a 5-year contract exten-
save in 43 tries this season. aces, 13 assists). Barlett outlasted Jessie Adkins OTTAWA — Sara Basinger Patrick Brown. sion.
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Other Kalida Finishers (31
The All-Star reliever has Kalida travels to St. John’s Runners): 11. Katie Schmitz 7-6 (7-2), 3-6, 6-1. (3 aces; 12 kills; 21 digs)
Celina 198: Deanna Ray 40,
in Putnam County League Lady Knights dispatched their Western Buckeye League string.
Danielle Huff 47, Megan Stetler tossed 21 2/3 consecutive for a 10 a.m. (JV start) match
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Obama and God, once again

In the spring of 2007, candidate Barack TERRY MATTINGLY years. During the campaign, the Rev. Franklin Graham was only partially right when he Eagles Auxiliary donations St✩r Facebook founder giving
Obama met with a New York Times columnist Graham asked Obama if Jesus was the only told CNN: “The president’s problem is that he

$100M to Newark schools

and discussed his days as a “little Jakarta street way to heaven. “Jesus is the only way for me,” was born a Muslim. His father was a Muslim.
kid” who once got in trouble for making faces
during Koran classes. On he responded.
Meanwhile, the Obama team has had dif-
The seed of Islam is passed through the fa-
ther. ... His father gave him an Islamic name.”
Obama proceeded to recite the opening lines
of the Muslim call to prayer in Arabic, with Religion ficulty communicating a clear message about
his faith history. Campaign aides, at first, said
Graham added that Obama has “renounced Is-
lam and he has accepted Jesus Christ. That’s
Colbert to By GEOFF MULVIHILL for Everyone. “Newark pub- the ear of President Barack
what Nicholas D. Kristof called a “first-rate he had never been a Muslim, but later stressed

testify on
what he says he has done. I cannot say that he
accent.” Obama described this chant as “one of that he had never been “a practicing Muslim.” hasn’t.”
and SAMANTHA HENRY lic schools are like the new Obama and has helped the
the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset.” Obama’s family history is hard to describe. This view of Islamic tradition is much too The Associated Press Live Aid.” city get major donations from
Last year, the Bill & Winfrey and New Jersey’s

Capitol Hill
This text, in one English translation, pro- of Democrats said he is a Christian. His father was a Muslim from Kenya who be- simplistic, said Stephen Prothero of Boston
claims: “Allah is Supreme! Allah is Supreme! These numbers are strange in light of came an atheist. His stepfather was a Muslim University, author of “God is Not One: The NEWARK, N.J. — Melinda Gates Foundation Jon Bon Jovi.
... I testify that there is no god but Allah! ... Obama’s public testimonies about his con- who, in Obama’s words, was raised in an era in Eight Rival Religions that Run the World.” Facebook founder Mark announced $290 million in According to The New
I testify that Muhammad is the messenger of version to Christianity, after years of spiritual which Indonesia offered a tolerant approach to There is more to this debate about faith and Zuckerberg is about to make education grants, including York Times, Zuckerberg and
Allah.” These lines are known as the Shahada struggle. Islam that blended with “remnants of Hindu- identity than DNA, he stressed. NEW YORK (AP) — The a lot of new friends: The $100 million for the school Booker met at a conference
-- from the Arabic verb, “to testify” -- and re- In his memoir, “The Audacity of Hope,” ism, Buddhism and ancient animist traditions.” “As a matter of jurisprudence, however, United Farm Workers union 26-year-old tycoon is pour- system in Tampa, Fla., and over the summer and kept in
citing them, in public, with the intent of be- Obama confessed that as a young social activ- His mother was raised as a Christian, but ad- there is a presumption that a child born to a says Stephen Colbert will visit ing $100 million of his stag- $90 million for the Memphis, touch.
coming a Muslim, is a crucial act in entering ist he realized, “Rich, poor, sinner, saved, you opted her own mix of secularism and spiritual- Muslim father is Muslim,” said Prothero, in an Capitol Hill on Friday to testi- gering fortune into Newark’s Tenn., district. The Gates The donation was first
and then practicing the faith. needed to embrace Christ precisely because ity. e-mail exchange. “This needs to be followed fy at a U.S. House committee blighted school system after Foundation also has given reported Wednesday night
This is the kind of biographical detail that you had sins to wash away -- because you were While in Indonesia, Obama attended what up with ACTION, however. ... hearing on farm workers who hitting it off with the mayor more than $150 million to by The Star-Ledger of
keeps complicating matters for journalists who human. ... I was finally able to walk down the he has called a “Muslim” public school and “Like Christianity, Islam is a matter of are illegal immigrants. of the poverty-stricken city. New York City schools over Newark. An official familiar
try to make sense of the poll from the Pew Re- aisle of Trinity United Church of Christ one also a Catholic school. At both schools, ac- choice, not inheritance.” Colbert’s will appear as an The donation — which the past eight years. with the plan confirmed it
search Center and the Pew Forum on Religion day and be baptized. ... Kneeling beneath that cording to educators interviewed by the Los expert witness. He has focused is being announced today Exactly how Zuckerberg’s to The Associated Press on
& Public Life indicating that 18 percent of cross on the South Side of Chicago, I felt God’s Angeles Times, his faith was listed as “Mus- on the UFW’s “Take Our on Oprah Winfrey’s show donation will be used in Thursday. The official spoke
Americans think President Obama is a Muslim, spirit beckoning me. I submitted myself to His lim.” School friends recalled that they often (Terry Mattingly is director of the Washington Jobs” campaign on his night- — instantly establishes Newark — a school system on condition of anonymity
as opposed to 11 percent in March 2009. will, and dedicated myself to discovering His went to the mosque together. Journalism Center at the Council for Christian Col- ly show on Comedy Central, Zuckerberg as one of high- with about 40,000 students because those involved were
Only 34 percent of those polled said Obama truth.” Nevertheless, there is no single, definitive leges and Universities and leads the GetReligion.org “The Colbert Report.” He had tech’s biggest philanthro- and a budget this year of told not to steal the thunder
This was an open confession of faith, even if pists and comes just ahead $940 million — has not been from Winfrey’s show.
is a Christian and a stunning 43 percent did not
many conservative Christians choose to reject
Islamic approach to questions about the role of project to study religion and the news.) spent a day last month pick-
of the release of “The Social disclosed. Zuckerberg is ranked by
Delphos Rotary Club member Andy North accepts $300 ing vegetables on a farm in
know his current religion. Among his strongest birth and upbringing in establishing a person’s Copyright 2010, United Feature Syndicate
supporters, 43 percent of blacks and 46 percent the liberal beliefs he has articulated through the Network,” a movie that paints The district has been Forbes magazine as the 35th
from Eagles Auxiliary Treaurer Kathy Siefker. The money upstate New York.
religious identity.
The UFW launched the an unflattering portrait of the plagued for years by low test wealthiest American, with
for the club’s Music in the Park concerts.
“Take Our Jobs” campaign boy wonder of the Internet. scores, poor graduation rates a net worth of $6.9 billion.
in June to invite U.S. citizens The arrangement brings and crumbling buildings, and That makes him richer than
and legal residents to replace together the young entrepre- was taken over by the state in Apple’s Steve Jobs and News
illegal immigrants who work neur, Newark’s celebrated 1995 after instances of waste Corp.’s Rupert Murdoch.
on farms. Democratic mayor and a and mismanagement, includ- Facebook has 500 million
The hearing is before the governor who has become a ing the spending of taxpayer users and is valued by Forbes
House Judiciary Committee’s star of the Republican Party. money by school board mem- at $23 billion.
immigration subcommittee. And it underscores how the bers on cars and restaurant Some suggested that altru-
remaking of the nation’s meals. ism was not the only thing
Nancy Wilson urban schools has become a
popular cause among young
Zuckerberg grew up in
Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., gradu-
behind the gift.
The announcement comes
Our local churches invite you to join them for their activities and services. files for divorce philanthropists. ated from Phillips Exeter a week before “The Social
“What you’re seeing is Academy in New Hampshire Network” opens widely.
from director for the under-40 set, educa- in 2002 and attended Harvard The movie, whose tagline is
Cameron Crowe
PENTECOSTAL WAY CHURCH tion reform is what feeding before dropping out to work “You don’t get to 500 mil-
kids in Africa was in 1980,” full time on Facebook. He lion friends without making
Eucharist – Lord’s Day Observance; SALEM UNITED
dElPhos Saturday 4:30 p.m., Sunday 7:30, 9:15, Elida/lima PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Pastors: Bill Watson
Rev. Ronald Defore said Derrell Bradford, execu- has no connection to Newark a few enemies,” portrays
FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN 11:30 a.m.; Weekdays as announced on 15240 Main St. Venedocia
Sunday bulletin. IMMANUEL UNITED Rev. Wendy S. Pratt, Pastor
1213 Leeson Ave., Van Wert 45891
tive director of the Newark- other than knowing Mayor Zuckerberg as taking the
Court records show rocker
310 W. Second St. Baptism – Celebrated first Sunday Phone (419) 238-5813
419-692-5737 METHODIST CHURCH Church Phone: 419-667-4142 based education reform Cory Booker, a charismatic idea for Facebook from other
Nancy Wilson has filed for
of month at 1:30 p.m. Call rectory to Sunday - 8:30 a.m. - Adult Bell Head Usher: Ted Kelly
699 Sunnydale, Elida, Ohio 454807
Pastor Harry Tolhurst schedule Pre-Baptismal instructions. 10:00 a.m. - Sunday School 11:10 group Excellent Education 41-year-old politician who has Harvard students.
divorce from writer-director
Sermon: Pastor Gary Rode Choir; 8:45 a.m. Jr. Choir; 9:30
Reconciliation – Tuesday and a.m. - Worship 10:00 a.m. until 11:30


Sunday - 8:30 a.m. traditional; 10:45 a.m. - Worship; 10:45 a.m. - Sunday
Cameron Crowe after more
“When the Time is Right” Friday 7:30-7:50 a.m.; Saturday 3:30- a.m. - Wednesday Morning Bible Class
a.m. contemporary school; 6:30 p.m. - Capital Funds
1 Timothy 2: 1-7; Luke 16: 1-13 4:00 p.m. Anytime by request. 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. - Wednesday
Sunday - 11:00 Worship Service Matrimony – Arrangements must be
Monday - 6 p.m. Senior Choir. Evening Prayer Meeting than 20 years of marriage.
made through the rectory six months LIGHT OF LIFE CHAPEL 7:00 p.m. - Wed. Night Bible The Heart singer-guitarist
in advance.
422 North Pierce St., Delphos Anointing of the Sick – Communal 4680 North Kemp Rd., Elida Study.
cited irreconcilable differ- Linda L. Germann to
ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH Thursday - Choir Rehearsal
COUNTY Jeffrey D. Germann, Linda L. Fannie Mae AKA Federal
Delphos Little League President Mark Gerker accepts ences for the divorce, which
celebration in May and October. Pastor Dennis Johnson
Phone 419-695-2616 601 Jennings Rd., Van Wert Anchored in Jesus Prayer Line -
Administered upon request. Sunday – 9:30 a.m. Sunday School;
William A. Rager Germann, portion of section 2, National Mortgage Association,
Sunday is the Eighteenth Sunday
10:30 a.m. Service; 6:30 p.m. Service. Sunday 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m.; (419) 238-4427 or (419) 232-4379. $300 from Delphos Eagles Auxiliary officer Marty was filed Sept. 16. City of Continental, Lot 59,
After Pentecost Monday 8:30 a.m.; Tuesday 7 p.m.; Emergency - (419) 993-5855
Carder. The court filings say Revocable Trust, Lou Ann Willshire Township.
Rev. Don Pletcher, Pastor landECk Wednesday – 6:30 p.m. Midweek
Wednesday 8:30 a.m.; Thursday 8:30
Rager Revocable Trust to Jerry Shelly Christine Steele, Lot 60, to Carl F. Corbitt and
Saturday - 8:00 a.m. Prayer Service. a.m. - Communion Service; Friday Wilson and Crowe separated L. Rager Revocable Trust, Elizabeth C. Corbitt.
in 2008. Shelly C. Steele, Sheriff Stan Federal Home Loan
Sunday - 8:45 a.m. Sunday School Landeck - Phone: 419-692-0636 NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN CENTER 3025 Converse-Roselm Rd, Julie K. Rager Revocable D. Owens to Federal Home
10:00 a.m. - Worship w/Communion; Rev. Mel Verhoff, Pastor 2240 Baty Road, Elida Ph. 339-5673 VAN WERT VICTORY Grover Hill They were married in Trust, portion of section 27, Mortgage Corporation, City of
Administrative aide: Rita Suever Rev. James F. Menke, Pastor
1986 and have twin 10-year- Loan Mortgage, inlot 2110, Fort Jennings, Lot 20, to Gary
Union Township.
Choir Practice following Worship. CHURCH OF GOD Rev. Mark McKay, Pastor
Masses: 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Sunday – 10 a.m. Worship. 10698 US 127S., Van Wert Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
old sons. Wilson is seeking Van Wert. A. Stechschulte and Rose A.
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Sacrament of Reconciliation: Wednesday – 7 p.m. Evening ser- (Next to Tracy’s Auction Service) School; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service; Brian J. Pohlman, Melissa Tia M. Grunden, Tia M. Stechschulte.
Saturday. vice. Darryl Ramey, Lead Pastor 10:30 a.m. Junior Church. joint custody. J. Pohlman to Brian J. Belles of St. Nicholas
Hittle, Sheriff Stan D. Owens
“Where Jesus is Healing
Hurting Hearts!” Newcomers register at parish. Chuck Brantley, Executive Pastor Wednesday - 7 p.m. Bible Study,
Crowe is known for Pohlman, Melissa J. Pohlman, partnership, City of Miller City
Marriages: Please call the parish CORNERSTONE BAPTIST CHURCH Bryce Cadawallader, Youth Prayer Service; 7 p.m. Youth
portion of section 9, Ridge to Phil Fleming, portion of
808 Metbliss Ave., Delphos
directing films such as Lot 20, Lot 21 and Lot 22, to
inlot 687, Van Wert.
One block south of Stadium Park. house six months in advance. 2701 Dutch Hollow Rd. Elida & Assimilations Director Meeting.
Baptism: Please call the parish. Phone: 339-3339 Sunday - 10:00 am Worship Service “Jerry Maguire” and “Say Township. Kevin Niese.
& Children’s Ministry
Estate of Richard D. Lewis Jeffery D. Stittsworth,
Senior Pastor - Dan Eaton Rev. Frank Hartman
Putnam County Anything.” He won an Oscar Jamie G. Stittsworth, Sheriff
Nathan P. Reynolds and
Sunday - 10:30 a.m. - Celebration sPEnCErVillE Sunday - 10 a.m. Sunday School (all
www.acoolchurch.com for writing the screenplay for to Betty L. Lewis, Jennifer R. Heather R. Reynolds, City of
of Worship with Children’s Church & ages); 11 a.m. Morning Service; 6 p.m.
Profit, portion of lot 58, Van Stan D. Owens to Brenda Leipsic, Lot 190 and Lot 300, to
the film “Almost Famous.”
Sharrow, Shannon Coleman,
Evening Service.
Wert subdivision.
Nursery provided; 6:00 p.m. - Youth
Crew at The ROC ST. PATRICK’S CHURCH Wednesday - 7 p.m. Prayer FAITH MISSIONARY Reynolds Business Investments
inlots 176, 177, Ohio City.
Portia de Rossi
Monday- 7:00 p.m. Prayer 500 S. Canal, Spencerville Meeting.
303 S. Adams, Middle Point BAPTIST CHURCH Van Wert Federal Savings LLC.
Small groups offered at various times. 419-647-6202
Saturday - 4:30 p.m. Reconciliation;
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, Rev. Tom Cover Road U, Rushmore to Helen M. Kreischer,
takes wife Ellen
portion of section 26, Pleasant
Please call the church for information. 8-noon, 1-4- p.m. Sunday– 9:30 a.m. Sunday Pastor Robert Morrison
5 p.m. Mass, May 1 - Oct. 30. Sunday - Sunday – 10 am Church School;
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship service.
11:00 Church Service; 6:00 p.m. Township.
Degeneres’ name
CHURCH GRACE FAMILY CHURCH Evening Service Bank of Geneva to Richard
Edgell, Rhonda Edgell, inlot
Corner of Zion Church & Conant Rd., 634 N. Washington St., Van Wert Wednesday - 7:00 p.m. Evening
Pastor: Rev. Gary Fish Service
107 Broadway St., Spencerville
343, Willshire.
470 S. Franklin St., (419) 692-9940 Elida - Rev. Stuart Rames Pastor: Rev. Ron Prewitt
Pastor Charles Muter Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; Sunday - 9:15 a.m. Morning wor- Delphos Canal Commission Trustee Barb Seffernick
9:30 Sunday School
10:30 Sunday morning service.
Home Ph. 419-657-6019 10:45 a.m. Worship. ship with Pulpit Supply. accepts $300 from Eagles Auxiliary Secretary Kathy LOS ANGELES (AP) — Estate of Robert G. Hall to
Sunday: Morning Services - 10:00 ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA
Portia (POR’-shuh) de Rossi Ada C. Hall, portion of section
Youth ministry every Wednesday a.m. Evening Services - 7:00 p.m. CATHOLIC CHURCH Siefker. 32, Willshire Township.
from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday: 7:00 p.m. Worship ser-
512 W. Sycamore, Col. Grove has officially taken wife
Children’s ministry every third vice.
3995 McBride Rd., Elida 15482 Mendon Rd., Van Wert
Phone: 419-965-2771 Office 419-659-2263 Ellen Degeneres’ last name. Estate of Calvin C. Neiford,
Saturday from 11 to 1:30. Phone 419-339-3961
Pastor Chuck Glover Fax: 419-659-5202
A Los Angeles Superior Joy S. Showalter-Oliver to
ST. PAUL’S UNITED METHODIST AMANDA BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.; Worship Fr. Tom Oedy
Court commissioner granted Joy S. Showalter-Oliver,
portion of section 11, Pleasant
Back to Christ’s Ministry LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD - 10:25 a.m. Masses: Tuesday-Friday - 8:00 a.m.;
335 S. Main St. Delphos
Pastor - Rev. David Howell Conant Road & SR. 117 Elida - Ph. 222-8054 Wednesday - Youth Prayer and First Friday of the month - 7 p.m.; De Rossi’s request to take Township.
the last name of her part-
Rev. Larry Ayers, Pastor Bible Study - 6:30 p.m. Saturday - 4:30 p.m.; Sunday - 8:30
Ph. 647-5100 - Rev. Mike Decker
Week beginning Sept. 26, 2010 Adult Prayer meeting - 7:00 p.m. a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Tammy Lynn Dickman,
Sunday - 9:00 a.m. Worship Service.
Sunday – 10:30 a.m. Worship &
Fellowship. Wednesday – 6-9 p.m.
Service schedule: Sunday– 10 a.m.
School; 11 a.m. Morning Worship; 6 Choir practice - 8:00 p.m. Confessions - Saturday 3:30 p.m., ner during a closed hear- Tammy L. Dickman to Shawn
Bible Study. p.m. Sunday evening.
anytime by appointment.
ing Thursday. The televi- C. Ardner, Jennifer L. Ardner,
sion star will now legally be
11720 Delphos Southworth Rd. 605 N. Franklin St., Van Wert 45891 CHURCH OF GOD outlot 18, Delphos.
Delphos - Phone 419-695-1723 SPENCERVILLE CHURCH FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Ph: (419) 238-2788 18906 Rd. 18R, Rimer known as Portia Lee James Sandra J. Taylor to Tom A.
4750 East Road, Elida
Pastor Wayne Prater OF THE NAZARENE
Pastor - Brian McManus
Sr. Pastor Stephen Savage 419-642-5264 Fax: 419-642-3061 Myers, Diane M. Germann,
The couple was married in
Sunday - 10:30 a.m. Worship; 9:15 317 West North St. - 419-296-2561 Outreach Pastor Neil Hammons Rev. Mark Walls
a.m. Sunday School for all ages. Pastor Tom Shobe Sunday – 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; Sunday - 8:15 a.m. - Prayer time; Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday inlot 283, portion of inlots 2,
Wednesday - 7 p.m. Service and 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 10:30 a.m. Worship, nursery avail-
9:00 a.m. Worship, Sunday School, School; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service. August 2008. The 37-year- 282, Convoy.
prayer meeting. a.m. Morning Worship; 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday – 6:30 p.m. Youth
SWAT, Nursery; Single; 10:30 a.m.
Worship, Nursery, Children’s Church,
old Australian-born actress Carl Miller to Jacqueline
asked for the name change
Wednesday Service
Prayer, Bible Study; 7:00 p.m. Adult Discipleship class; Noon - Lunch
HOLY FAMILY Miller, inlot 248, Ohio City.
Prayer and Bible Study; 8:00 p.m. -
Break; 2:00 p.m. Service for men CATHOLIC CHURCH
Rev. Robert DeSloover, Pastor last month. William C. McClure,
7999 SR 66 Delphos METHODIST at Van Wert Correctional Fac.; 3:00
7359 St. Rt. 109 New Cleveland Neither woman attended Brenda McClure to Rose Marie
McClure, portion of section
p.m. Service for women at Van Wert
Sunday Services - 10:30 a.m. Corner of Fourth & Main, Spencerville
Phone 419-647-5321 Van WErt County Correctional Fac., Service at Paulding Saturday Mass - 7:00 p.m. the hearing. They married
Nurseries, Sunday school rooms.
Rev. Jan Johnson, Pastor jail Sunday Mass - 8:30 a.m.
during the five-month win- 13, Harrison Township.
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday School;
Tuesday - 1:00 p.m. - Share, Care,
dow in which gay marriage Rose Marie McClure to
TRINITY UNITED 10:30 a.m. Worship service. Prayer Group in Fireside Room; IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
was legal in California. Rose Marie McClure, Jason
METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH 10-noon - Banquet Table Food CATHOLIC CHURCH Sherry Fetzer of Up To The Challenge/Special Olympics R. McClure, Michael C.
211 E. Third St., Delphos 10686 Van Wert-Decatur Rd. Pantry; 6:30 p.m. Quilting Friends Ottoville accepts $300 from Eagles Auxiliary officer Rosie Hilvers. Portia DeGeneres is well-
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Van Wert, Ohio in Fellowship Hall; 7 p.m. B.R.E.A.L.
known for her roles on sever- McClure, Jody L. McClure,
Up to the Challenge holds softball games during the
Rev. David Howell, Pastor Spencerville Rev. John Stites
Week of August 29, 2010 419-238-9426 Women’s group in Room 108. Mass schedule: Saturday - 4 p.m.;
al television series, including portion of section 13, Harrison
Sunday - 8:15 a.m. Worship Service;
Rev. Ron Shifley, Pastor
Rev. Clark Williman. Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. Small Sunday - 10:30 a.m. Delphos Fourth of July celebration and other events for Township.
9:30 a.m. Church School for all ages;
Sunday– 9:30 a.m. Church School;
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. Pastor
groups, Discipleship Series in sanc-
tuary, Christian Life Club, Nursery, challenged individuals. “Ally McBeal,” “Arrested Brett A. Agler, Dawn M.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service/Coffee Hour; Sunday, Sept. 26-Oct. 3 Preschool; 7 p.m. R.O.C.K. Youth; 8 ST. BARBARA CHURCH Development” and “Better Agler to Federal National
Off Ted.”
11:30 a.m. Radio Worship on WDOH; AGAPE FELLOWSHIP MINISTRIES Sunday - 8:45 a.m. Friends and 160 Main St., Cloverdale 45827
Mortgage, inlot 1134, Van Wert.
Trust Account Committee Meeting; 1:30 p.m. Worship Team rehearsal.
9250 Armstrong Road, Spencerville Fellowship; 9:00 a.m. Sunday School; Thursday - 4-5:30 p.m. Banquet 419-488-2391
p.m. Megan Berelsman Bridal Shower.
Monday - 7:00 p.m. Chancel Choir.
Pastors Phil & Deb Lee 9:45 a.m. Friends and Fellowship; Table Food Pantry. Fr. John Stites STOCKS
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work. The Delphos Herald nities and complete appli- these businesses. (This dale, 2 houses west of the
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24 25 26 27 28 29 30
I was holding back tears. The she would have graduat-
cation. Send resume/ap - notice provided as a cus- park. All items priced to
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Hiker talks of year in Iran prison

By SAMANTHA GROSS wanted to make sure that I didn’t, that they rants and camping.
The Associated Press “I just had to be sure didn’t manipulate me into saying anything that I The first indication they were near the Iran

NEW YORK — Her 410 days of solitary

that I was strong when didn’t want to say,” she said.
She wondered whether she’d be hurt. If sud-
border was three hours into their hike when they
met Iranian officials on a trail leading from the
confinement in an Iranian prison were most- I went into the inter- denly the door might open and she’d be dragged waterfall. By then, it was too late.
ly cramped quarters and endless monotony,
but Sarah Shourd chooses to savor the few rogation room because away.
Instead, a few times a day, a female guard
Shourd tried to resist her imprisonment at
first. She constantly yelled, cried or begged her
moments of joy: a proposal from her boyfriend I wanted to make sure would come bearing layers of extra clothing captors for a phone call. She was confined to
and a birthday celebration complete with a
chocolate cake. that I didn’t, that they and a blindfold, so when Shourd arrived at the
interrogation room she couldn’t see the faces of
her 10-foot-by-5-foot cell. At night, the bit of
sunlight from the window would dim, but the
Shourd, her boyfriend Shane Bauer and didn’t manipulate me her questioners. lights stayed on.
their friend Josh Fattal were captured in 2009
while hiking near the Iran-Iraq border. Shourd into saying anything that She was amazed at their “good cop, bad
cop” approach, just like on TV shows back in
Eventually, the interrogations ended. The
two men were moved into a cell together. The
talked about her experiences Thursday with The I didn’t want to say.” the U.S. three Americans were allowed to see each other,
Associated Press in one of her first interviews They had her write down what felt like every at first for 30 minutes each day, then for an hour,
since her release on Sept. 14 after officials in - Sarah Shourd detail of her life, from her childhood in Los then for two.
Oman mediated bail. Angeles to her time living with Bauer in Syria, The trio had local TV, including 15 minutes
One of her happiest days, she said, was the capture: If they were separated, they would go where she taught English and Bauer, a native of English-language news every day. They
celebration of her 32nd birthday last month. on hunger strike until they were reunited. of Onamia, Minn., was a freelance journalist. received a bundle of letters from their parents
Somehow the men, who remain in Tehran’s Shourd starved herself for four days, lying Fattal, who grew up in Pennsylvania, had come and siblings about once a month. And they had
notorious Evin Prison, had persuaded a guard alone in her cell and growing weaker. In prison, to the Middle East to visit them. books in English. Shourd read the Quran, using
into bringing her the cake and even found a way she kept reviewing her last day of freedom. Over two months, she wrote hundreds of her basic Arabic to communicate haltingly with
to give her a whiff of liberty. What could they have done differently? What pages, she said. When she would finish writing some Farsi-speaking guards about religion.
They talked her through a whole imaginary if, when they asked a tea vendor near a water- an answer to a question, an interrogator would Shourd would spend all day saving up
day that they called a “freedom walk” — from fall for advice on a hiking path, they had gone tell her “this is not good enough” and tear up her details to tell the other two. At first, the three
waking up and having pancakes, to going to a another way? words. She would write again, and again hear went over what they called “reruns” — review-
lake, then walking to her mother’s apartment. On the fourth day, the hikers were reunited the pages tear. ing every memory of their lives in tremendous
When they came to the part of their story where for five minutes. Shourd began eating again, but “I would just write it the same every time,” detail. When those ran out, they started to
the apartment door opened, Bauer and Fattal their captivity was just beginning. she said. dream of the future and what they would do
spun Shourd around. Alone in her cell, Shourd began going over They questioned her about her e-mails and on the outside.
“They had brought all the pictures we had multiplication tables in her head. It was the only about her Skype contacts, looking for any indi- Some plans were bigger than others.
of our family and put them on these boxes, so way she could keep out thoughts of her mother. cation she had intended to come to Iran. On one evening, Bauer asked Fattal to stay in
everyone was there, and it was a surprise party. Of whether she knew where her daughter was. Should says she’d been missing the green their cell during their allotted time outdoors, so
It was beautiful,” she said, her voice catching. Of how worried she must be. Of whether they mountains of the U.S. after a year in Syria. that the couple could have a moment alone.
“I cried.” would see each other again. She and Bauer had heard from friends that the The two sat on a rough wool mat, cockroach-
But most days in prison were far more If she thought of her mother, she began to lush lands of northern Iraq had been largely es skittering around them and dust filling the air.
monotonous — or terrifying. fall apart, Shourd recalled. untouched by the war. So they and Fattal trav- They held hands, and Bauer asked her to marry
She recalled how the three made a vow while “I just had to be sure that I was strong when eled to Ahmed Awa waterfall, where they found him. He made them engagement rings from two
blindfolded in a prison van shortly after their I went into the interrogation room because I hundreds of Kurdish families eating at restau- thin pieces of string.

Preacher mum on sex allegations Education gets big screen close up

ATLANTA (AP) — On Sunday mornings, accused mega- The Associated Press
church Bishop Eddie Long is usually draped in regal robes and The troubles of the U.S. education system are getting a big
dripping with diamonds and platinum — the kind of material screen close-up.
rewards he often says are in God’s plan for those listening. There are no fewer than four education documentaries
Answers to Thursday’s questions: His message expected this Sunday will be the first in public slated for release by the end of this year, including “Waiting for
Centaurus and Sagittarius are named for mythical cen- since three young men accused him in lawsuits of having sex- ’Superman,”’ a poignant look at the lives of five children hoping
taurs. ual relationships with them, which he has vehemently denied to escape the dismal outcome of students at neighborhood public
The walls of Jericho were 21 feet high before they came only through his lawyer and a Twitter posting. schools by winning entrance to a successful charter.
Long built his congregation into a megachurch empire, tell- The film by Davis Guggenheim, the Oscar-winning director
tumbling down. ing his followers God wanted them to be wealthy and deliv-
Today’s questions: of “An Inconvenient Truth,” has already created a stir in educa-
ering fiery sermons with a secular swagger. He hangs with tion circles and opens in New York and Los Angeles Friday.
How many people were on Noah’s Ark? celebrities like rapper T.I. and donates money to charities and
How many times a day do observant Muslims pray? Those in the education community hope the films will do for
candidates. Even the county sheriff is among his followers.
Answers in Saturday’s Herald. Long spent more than 20 years building all that up, but his education what “An Inconvenient Truth” did for the environ-
Today’s words: empire hangs in the balance. And his 25,000 followers aren’t mental movement by putting a much-needed spotlight on the
Eidolon: a ghost about to let it all come tumbling down after the three men’s failures of schools in America.
Pseudologist: a liar claims that the bishop abused his spiritual authority. “In the education reform world, for the last 15 years, people
“I’ve always thought he was a very powerful man of God,” have been saying, ’We need a movie, like a big movie, to come
The Outstanding National Debt as of 9:45 am. today said Anshay Tull, a 27-year-old attendee of New Birth. “I’m along and tell people what is really going on,” said Joe Williams,
was $13,477,533,969,011. just praying, trying to stay hopeful that it’s not true. If it is true, the president of Democrats for Education Reform. “Now in one
The estimated population of the United States is he has to take that up with God. But that can’t take away from year we’ve got more than we can handle.”
309,171,119, so each citizen’s share of this debt is the Word that he gives. I think he’s very gifted.” Also on the list for red carpet treatment: “Race to Nowhere,”
$43,592.47. He’s preached against gay marriage, and his church has counseled gay created by a mother-turned activist upset at a high-stakes test
The National Debt has continued to increase an aver- members to become straight — even though the men claim in their lawsuits culture in public education; “The Lottery,” which profiles four
age of $4.09 billion per day since Sept. 28, 2007. that Long used money, cars, international trips, jewelry and other objects to Harlem children hoping to win a slot at a charter school; and
lure them into sexual relationships when they were 17 or 18 years old. “Lunch Line,” a look at the history of school lunch.

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