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Upfront Yeung achieves

Eagles to host
blood drive ‘American Dream’
The American Red
Cross will hold a blood
drive from 10:30 a.m. to DELPHOS — Needing to
4:30 p.m. Thursday at the flee draconian oppression from
Delphos Eagles Lodge. a totalitarian government isn’t
Donors must be 17 years something most Americans
of age, in good general have ever experienced. Having
health and meet height and
weight requirements. done so, however, has given
Call 1-800-RED CROSS one local man a unique appre-
or visit to ciation for freedom.
schedule an appointment. Born in China in 1944, Peter
Yeung was forced to leave his
Council plans home and his family for politi-
cal asylum in the United States
flag placements to escape certain death during
the cultural revolution in the
The Delphos Veterans 1960s.
Council will place flags “Everyone knows that China
on a gravesites at local was a bad place. They were Yeung
cemeteries on Saturday killing people for no reason,”
in preparation for the Yeung said. “There were no “I wrote to Senator John
Memorial Day holiday. human rights, no human rights Glenn. He had a lot of influ-
May 21 is the rain date. at all. They were taking people ence and helped bring them
Veterans and anyone to forced labor camps for re- over. They got here in 1983.
wishing to help are asked education.” When we moved to Delphos,
to meet at VFW Post 3035 Yeung was one of many my mother lived here for about
shortly before 9 a.m. men in the most danger due to 10 years. Then she moved to
Close to 1,500 flags will his level of education. After he New York City to live with my
be placed this year. If a graduated from high school at two brothers. She passed away
family member finds a fel- age 15, he attended college and five years ago.”
low veteran’s plot has been went on to become a teacher Yeung’s sons took some
missed, please notify the and an engineer. time to learn English before Dena Martz photos
VFW at 419-692-8816. “I was forced to go into exile setting off for college.
and I spent some time farming,” “They moved out to southern
VFW Relay team he said. “I also did some teach- California to go to a univer-
ing and started a high school in sity there,” he said. “They were
sets annual BBQ a remote area. I was one of the young, so my wife moved with
founders and teachers. After I them. They’re still out there.
The VFW Relay for went into exile in Hong Kong, My wife, too. I never get to see
Life team will hold its I was sponsored to come to her. We communicate over the
annual chicken BBQ with America as a refugee by an phone. It’s something you get
a poker run on Saturday. American family. I was in the used to. This area was hard for
Dinners will be served last group of Chinese refugees her because she didn’t speak
after 2 p.m. with poker run to be given political asylum in much English. Out there in
registration at noon and the the United States. I was one of California, there is a Chinese
first bike out at 1 p.m.
Dinners are $7 and the
the lucky ones. I was 25 years
community so it’s easier.
“I have a daughter who
Jefferson prom
poker run is $10 per person
and includes a dinner.
When he came to the United
States, Yeung looked for work.
was born here and she went to
high school here and college
A 50/50 drawing and door Though he couldn’t put his edu-
prizes will also be offered. cation to use, he was grateful to
in Columbus. She lives there
now. I have three grandchil-
be safe. dren, too, my sons’ children. I Above: Jefferson

Sports “I worked as a dishwash-

er for a while but I was very
happy,” he said. “It was a pretty
feel very fortunate to be in this
country, for my children to have
had these opportunities and to
High School senior Colin
Barclay, left, looks on as
classmates Nick Cook
Today good job and I had my freedom. have achieved the ‘American and Jesse Cano show
Sectional Baseball: Div. In 1973, I was in Lima and Dream.’ I’m very happy for my off their dancing shoes
IV/Crestview: Fort Jennings I started a restaurant there. I family. I have no desire to go at Saturday’s Jefferson
vs. Wayne Trace (WT relocated to Delphos eventually back to China.” Senior Prom. This year’s
up 3-1; 4 p.m.); Div. II/ and started the restaurant here Having owned two local theme was “Shipwreck
Elida: St. Marys vs. Elida in 1984.” businesses, Yeung says he Serenade.” Left: Megan
(SM up 3-1; 4:30 p.m.) Throughout his cultural doesn’t get worked up over the Gilden and her date
Regular Season Baseball adjustment, Yeung also worked economy. Jordan Vorst share a slow
(5 p.m.): Kenton at Jefferson; hard to bring his family to the “I’ve run the restaurant for dance.
Spencerville at St. Henry. U.S. 27 years and I’m very appre-
Sectional Softball “I started to look for my ciative of this area. With the
(5 p.m.): Division IV/ family, who were still hiding in local customers and the support
Lincolnview: Kalida China. My wife and sons, who they give, I’m doing well. I’m
vs. Lincolnview. were 2 years old and 6 months, hoping to remodel and expand
Softball (5 p.m.): Jefferson and my mother and my broth- soon,” he said. “I opened that
at Ottawa-Glandorf (ppd.). ers. My father had been a four- restaurant in Lima in 1973 and
Track and Field: star general for the old govern- the economy was worse then
Fort Jennings/LCC at ment and he couldn’t leave the and I did fine. People say the
Ottoville, 4:30 p.m. country. He died there at the economy is bad but I don’t
Tuesday age of 87. worry. I feel very fortunate.”

Quake shifted Japan; towns

Sectional Baseball:
Div. IV/Perry: W-G vs.
St. John’s, 5 p.m.
Regular-Season Baseball
(5 p.m.): Ottoville at Miller
City (PCL); Spencerville at
now flood at high tide
Kalida; Paulding at Elida By JAY ALABASTER among crumpled homes and
Sectional Softball The Associated Press warehouses along now unin-
(5 p.m.): Div. IV/ habited streets.
Lincolnview: Continental ISHINOMAKI, Japan — A cluster of neighborhoods
vs. Crestview; Div. II/ When water begins to trickle in Ishinomaki city is rare in
Bath: Wapak vs. Shawnee. down the streets of her coast- that it escaped tsunami dam-
Regular-Season Softball al neighborhood, Yoshiko age through fortuitous geog-
(5 p.m.): Jefferson at Kalida; Takahashi knows it is time to raphy. So, many residents still
Spencerville at Perry; Kalida hurry home. live in their homes, and they
at Columbus Grove (PCL). Twice a day, the flow now face a daily trial: The
Track and Field: MAC steadily increases until it area floods at high tide, and
at Minster, 4 p.m. is knee-deep, carrying fish the normally sleepy streets
and debris by her front door turn frantic as residents rush
Forecast and trapping people in their
homes. Those still on the
home before the water rises
too high.
Mostly cloudy streets slosh through the sea “I just try to get all my
Tuesday water in rubber boots or on shopping and chores done by
with 30 per- bicycle. 3 p.m.,” says Takuya Kondo,
cent chance “I look out the window, 32, who lives with his family
of showers, and it’s like our houses are in his childhood home.
storms and high in the in the middle of the ocean,” Most houses sit above the
mid-70s. See page 2A. says Takahashi, who moved water’s reach, but travel by
Index in three years ago.
The March 11 earthquake
car becomes impossible and
the sewage system swamps,
Obituaries 2A that hit eastern Japan was so rendering toilets unusable.
State/Local 3A powerful it pulled the entire Scientists say the new con-
Politics 4A country out and down into ditions are permanent.
Community 5A the sea. The mostly devas- Japan’s northern half sits
Sports 6-8A tated coastal communities on the North American tec-
Stacy Taff photo
Announcements 9A now face regular flooding, tonic plate. The Pacific plate,
World News 10A Church hosts annual Mother/Daughter Tea because of their lower eleva-
tion and damage to sea walls
which is mostly undersea, nor-
mally slides under this plate,
Classifieds 2B
TV 3B Delphos First Assembly of God hosted its annual Mother/Daughter Tea Saturday from the massive tsunamis slowly nudging the country
afternoon. Attendees enjoyed finger sandwiches and sweets. After speaking to the triggered by the quake. west. But in the earthquake,
guests, Holly Green sang “How He Loves.” Sherree Bambury, left, and Nettie Backus In port cities such as the fault line between the two
wear fabulous hats as they enjoy their tea and refreshments. Onagawa and Kesennuma,
the tide flows in and out See JAPAN, page 2A
2A – The Herald Monday, May 9, 2011

For The Record

Japan Child reported killed as The Delphos
Syrian forces crack down Herald
(Continued from page 1A) most pronounced around
Ishinomaki, the area closest
plates ruptured, and the North to the epicenter. The effects Vol. 141 No. 278
American plate slid up and are apparent: Manholes, sup- Nancy Spencer, editor
out along the Pacific plate. ported by underground pip- By SARAH EL DEEB cancer. ing to rights groups. Ray Geary, general manager,
The rising edge of plate ing, jut out of streets that and ZEINA KARAM The exact circumstances The government disput- Delphos Herald Inc.
caused the sea floor off fell around them. Telephone The Associated Press of the boy’s death in the city ed the civilian toll and says Don Hemple, advertising manager
Japan’s eastern coast to bulge poles sank even farther, leav- of Homs were unclear. Like about 100 soldiers have been Tiffany Brantley,
up — one measuring station ing wires at head height. CAIRO — Gunfire and several other trouble spots, killed. circulation manager
run by Tohoku University As surrounding areas clear shelling rattled a city in cen- the government has answered On Sunday, the state-run The Daily Herald (USPS 1525
reported an underwater rise rubble and make plans to tral Syria on Sunday and protests there by sending in news agency SANA said 8000) is published daily except
of 16 feet (5 meters) — cre- rebuild, residents in this sec- killed a 12-year-old boy, as tanks and soldiers to seal it security forces were pursuing Sundays and Holidays.
ating the tsunami that devas- tion of Ishinomaki are stuck President Bashar Assad’s off and cutting phone ser- “armed terrorist groups” in By carrier in Delphos and
tated the coast. The portion in limbo — their homes autocratic regime expanded vice to leave it even more the cities of Daraa, Homs and area towns, or by rural motor
of the plate under Japan was are mostly undamaged and its military crackdown on a isolated. Banias, and that six Syrian route where available $2.09 per
pulled lower as it slid toward ineligible for major insur- seven-week uprising by send- The continued crackdown soldiers, including three offi- week. By mail in Allen, Van
the ocean, which caused a ance claims or government ing tanks and reinforcements suggests that Assad’s regime cers, were killed in clashes. Wert, or Putnam County, $105
corresponding plunge in ele- compensation, but twice a to key areas, activists said. is determined to end the upris- The report also said 10 per year. Outside these counties
vation under the country. day the tide swamps their $119 per year.
Activists said authorities ing by force and intimida- Syrians workers who were Entered in the post office
Some areas in Ishinomaki streets. also arrested a 10-year-old tion, despite rapidly escalat- on their way back to Syria in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
moved southeast 17 feet (5.3 “We can’t really com- boy, apparently to punish his ing international outrage and from Lebanon were killed in Periodicals, postage paid at
meters) and sank 4 feet (1.2 plain, because other people parents, and filed charges a death toll that has topped an ambush by armed terror- Delphos, Ohio.
meters) lower. lost so much,” says Yuichiro against a leading opposition 580 civilians since the unrest ist groups on the Damascus- No mail subscriptions will be
“We thought this slippage Mogi, 43, as his daughters figure who is suffering from began in mid-March, accord- Homs highway. accepted in towns or villages
would happen gradually, bit examine a dead blowfish where The Daily Herald paper


by bit. We didn’t expect it floating near his curb. carriers or motor routes provide
to happen all at once,” says The earthquake and tsu- daily home delivery for $2.09
Testuro Imakiire, a research- nami left more than 25,000 per week.
er at Japan’s Geospatial people either dead or miss- Police probe Parent reports Delphos weather 405 North Main St.
TELEPHONE 695-0015
Information Authority, the ing, and many more lost their
assault complaint children bit by
High Temperature Sunday Office Hours
government body in charge homes and possessions. in Delphos was 68 degrees, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.

At 8:31 p.m. on Sunday, puppy

of mapping and surveys. Mogi noticed that the low was 47. Weekend rainfall POSTMASTER:
Imakiire says the quake daily floods were slowly car- was recorded at .18 inch. High Send address changes
was powerful enough to rying away the dirt founda- Delphos police were called a year ago today was 55, low to THE DAILY HERALD,
move the entire country, tion of his house, and built a to the 700 block of Harmon At 1:32 p.m. on Saturday, 405 N. Main St.
Delphos police were called to was 37. Record high for today
the first time this has been small embankment of sand- Street in reference to an assault Delphos, Ohio 45833
the 900 block of Lima Avenue is 87, set in 1993. Record low
recorded since measurements bags to keep the water at complaint. is 27, set in 1947.
began in the late 19th centu- bay. The shipping company Upon officers’ arrival, in reference to an animal com-
plaint. WEATHER FORECAST Scholars of the Day
ry. In Tokyo, 210 miles (340 worker moved here 10 years the alleged victim stated that Tri-county
kilometers) from Ishinomaki, ago, because he got a good while at Leisure Park, they Upon officers’ arrival,
they spoke with the com- Associated Press
parts of the city moved 9 deal on enough land to build were confronted and then
inches (24 centimeters) sea- a home with a spacious front assaulted by a subject known plainant who advised that
her two children were play- TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy
ward. lawn, where he lives with his to them. with a 50 percent chance of
The drop lower was four children and wife. The officer went to another ing at Waterworks Park when
they were bitten by a pit-bull showers and storms. Lows
location and spoke with the in the lower 50s. Southeast
subject involved in the inci- puppy.
Officers spoke with the winds 5 to 15 mph.
dent, at which time the subject TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy
denied any involvement. owner of the dog and witness-
es in the matter and advised with a 30 percent chance of
The alleged victim was showers and storms. Highs in
explained the process on filing all parties involved that the St. John’s Scholar of the
Allen County Dog Warden the mid 70s. Southeast winds
in Lima Municipal Court. 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to Day is Sierra
would be contacted. Ditto.
Resident reports Car struck in
Answers to Saturday’s questions: 25 mph.
Clark Kent, aka Superman, worked as a reporter a the TUESDAY NIGHT: Congratulations

verbal abuse,
Daily Planet. Peter Park, aka Spider-Man, worked at The Partly cloudy with a 30 per- Sierra!
Daily Bugle as a freelance photographer.
parking lot, driver cent chance of showers and
In Venice in the mid-17th century, coffee — with storms. Warmer. Lows in the Jefferson’s Scholar of the
purported medicinal benefits — was sold on the street by
lemonade vendors. The first coffee house didn’t open in leaves scene mid 60s. Southeast winds 5
to10 mph.
Day is Samantha
Venice until 1683. At 3:52 p.m. on Saturday,
Delphos police were called to At 3:18 p.m. on Friday, a Congratulations
Today’s questions: collision occurred when the EXTENDED FORECAST
How many peanuts does it take to make a 12-ounce jar the 600 block of Lima Avenue Samantha!
driver of an unknown vehicle WEDNESDAY: Partly
of peanut butter? in reference to a dispute at a cloudy. Highs in the lower Students can pick up their
residence in that area. struck a second vehicle and
What powerful world leader was barred from visiting fled the scene. 80s. Southeast winds5 to 10 awards in their school offices.
Disneyland in 1959 for security reasons? Upon officers’ arrival, they mph.
The vehicle of Joan M.
Answers in Tuesday’s Herald.
Today’s words:
spoke with the complainant
who stated a neighbor had Patthoff was parked unoc-
cupied in the parking lot of
Partly cloudy. Lows in the
Disboscation: deforesting; clearing forest land become verbally abusive and ST. RITA’S
Tauromachian: a bullfighter Beckmann’s Furniture when lower 60s.
threatened them and another THURSDAY: Partly A boy was born May 5 to
family member. an unknown vehicle turned Ryan and Kristen Karhoff of
into the lot and struck it, caus- cloudy with a 40 percent
chance of showers and storms. Delphos.
ing minor damage. The vehi-
Delphos Hearing Aid Center to cle then left the scene.
Witnesses stated the
Highs in the lower 80s.
A boy was born May 6
to Josh and Billie Hurless of
unknown vehicle was a grey Mostly cloudy with a 40 per-
give away set of hearing aids high profile vehicle that
looked like a box truck.
cent chance of showers and
storms. Lows in the upper 50s.
A boy was born May 6 to
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analyzed the data. are down because most busi- Carrollton bar Bojangles,

1122. Elida Delphos,

Avenue OH 45833
summer driving season begins 1122 Elida
The newspaper found the nesses comply with the law, where 134 smoking com-
Delphos, OH419-695-0660
and more gas becomes avail- 419-695-0660
Delphos, OH 45833
percentage of fines collected but it can’t say for certain, plaints and $1,100 in fines
able. drops each year. It was 81 spokeswoman Jennifer House aren’t deterring patrons from 419-695-0660
percent in 2007 but just 26 said. The department sends lighting up.
Zoo celebrates Member SIPC
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The agencies involved in those that go unpaid after 45 food or serve anyone under
solar panel collecting the fines say they
do what they can to get the
days are referred to the attor-
ney general, she said.
21, so owner Jo Risk sees the
smoking ban as a threat to the Mem

power project money.

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Dan Tierney, a spokes-
man for Attorney General
survival of the family-owned
Cincinnati Zoo is celebrat-
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the ban, but some officials
argue the holdouts would
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Mike DeWine, said the
office tries to collect and
sometimes has to hire a
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business, and I don’t think
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POLITICS “Television has changed the American child from an irresistible force into an immov-
able object.” — Laurence J. Peter, Canadian-born educator (1919-1990)

Getting bin Laden

outweighed risks
WASHINGTON (AP) emailed supporters encourag- “and more importantly, the
— President Barack Obama ing them to watch the pro- Pakistani government has to
ordered the commando raid gram. The note included a investigate.”
that killed terrorist leader link to a listing of all of Some members of Congress
Osama bin Laden after decid- the network’s local affiliates have called for a cessation of
ing the risks were outweighed around the country — and U.S. aid to Pakistan, at least
by the possibility “of us final- another one requesting dona- until it becomes clear what
ly getting our man” following tions to Obama’s re-election role, if any, the government
a decade of frustration, he effort. played in bin Laden’s ability
said in a Sunday broadcast In the interview, Obama to avoid detection for years.
interview. said that as nervous as he But Obama said that since the
The helicopter raid “was was about the raid, he didn’t Sept. 11 attacks, “Pakistan
the longest 40 minutes of my lose sleep over the possibil- has been a strong counter-
life,” Obama told CBS’ “60 ity that bin Laden might be terrorism partner with us”
Minutes,” with the possible killed. Anyone who questions despite periodic disagree-
exception of when his daugh- whether the terrorist master- ments.
ter Sasha became sick with mind didn’t deserve his fate The president was guard-
meningitis as an infant. “needs to have their head ed in discussing any of the
US, China to Monitoring the commando examined,” he said. details of the raid, and offered

IT WAS NEWS THEN talk human rights

raid operation in the White
House Situation Room a
week ago, Obama said he
Obama said bin Laden
had “some sort of support
network” inside Pakistan to
no details that have not yet
been made public.
Discussing his own role,
One Year Ago WASHINGTON (AP) — and top aides “had a sense of be able to live for years at he said the decision to order
• On April 25, the Delphos sister city of Verl, America’s massive trade defi- when gunfire and explosions a high-security compound in the raid was very difficult,
Germany, celebrated becoming a city. Delphos Mayor cit with China, currency rates took place” halfway around Abbottabad, a city that hous- in part because there was no
Michael Gallmeier, Councilman Rick Hanser and guests Bill and human rights concerns the world, and knew when es numerous military facili- certainty that bin Laden was
Gunter and Keith Ebbeskotte were on the scene to help enjoy will all be on the agenda when one of the helicopters carry- ties. But he stopped short of at the compound, and also
the festivities. The Friendship Link between the Delphos and top officials from the United ing Navy SEALs made an accusing Pakistani officials because of the risk to the
Verl was established in March 1991. Every three years since, States and China sit down for unplanned hard landing. “But of harboring the man who SEALs.
Delphos and Verl have taken turns hosting their sister-city high-level talks this week. we could not get informa- planned the Sept. 11, 2001, “But ultimately, I had
brethren. The annual meetings will tion clearly about what was terror attacks that killed near- so much confidence in the
bring together top officials happening inside the com- ly 3,000. capacity of our guys to carry
25 Years Ago — 1986 pound,” he said. “We don’t know who or out the mission that I felt that
from both countries repre-
• Jefferson Senior High School students who won ribbons Public opinion polls have what that support network the risks were outweighed by
senting dozens of govern- shown a boost in Obama’s was. We don’t know whether the potential benefit of finally
at the recent Lima Mall Art Show included Angie Culp, first ment agencies in the areas of
place in melted crayon; Kim Baker, third in mono print; Mona support in the days since there might have been some getting our man,“ he said.
trade and finance, and foreign the raid, and his re-election people inside of government, Two influential lawmak-
Ericksson, second for cut paper and print; John Martin, second policy. campaign was eager to draw people outside of govern- ers rebutted calls for a cut-off
for mono print; Adam McBride, second for mono print; Janel While no major break- attention to the interview. ment.” He said the United in American aid to Pakistan,
Hesseling, first for ink and tissue paper; Michelle Brinkman, throughs are expected, both Jim Messina, the presi- States wanted to investigate an inconstant ally in the long
third for mono print; and Jeff Hartsock, second in pen and sides hope to build on the dent’s campaign manager, further to learn the facts, struggle against terrorists.
Defending aid to Pakistan is not easy
progress made during a state
• Townhouse Drive Thru Carry Out, 944 E. Fifth St. will visit by Chinese President
sell pizzas, pizza rolls and hot sub sandwiches in the for- Hu Jintao to Washington in
mer liquor store located inside the carryout. Owners of the January.
Townhouse Drive-Thru are Joe, Dan and Jim Warnecke. RICHARD LARDNER six-year stay at a compound and the Justice Department
That visit helped smooth Associated Press in a military garrison town show Locke Lord has rep-
• Jefferson boys’ track team whipped Paulding 81-51 and relations that had been
the girls’ team lost to the Panthers 71-57. First place winners outside Pakistan’s capital has resented Pakistan since May
strained in 2010 over such WASHINGTON — left Locke Lord’s lobbying 2008 and has been paid just
for the Wildcat boys were Keith Dickman, Scot Boggs, Mark issues as U.S. military sales Within hours of the stunning team with plenty of explain- over $2.7 million. Pakistan is
Hulihan, Damon Ulm, Andy Mox, Alan Syphrit, Jay DeWitt, to Taiwan. announcement that Osama ing to do. the firm’s biggest client.
Tom Sampson, and Tony Closson. Treasury Secretary bin Laden had been killed by The relationship between Siegel is a former assistant
Timothy Geithner, Secretary U.S. commandos, a lobbying the two countries was badly to the president in the Carter
50 Years Ago — 1961 of State Hillary Rodham firm representing Pakistan’s strained even before a team White House and was chief
• Bonnie Rauch and Patricia Keysor have been chosen as Clinton and Federal Reserve government began contact- of Navy SEALs stormed bin of staff to Rep. Steve Israel,
co-valedictorians for the first graduation class of Lincolnview Chairman Ben Bernanke will ing members of Congress and Laden’s home. His body was D-N.Y., from 2001 to 2004.
High School. Pat is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne lead the U.S. team. their staffs to counter claims buried at sea just hours later. Other Locke Lord lobbyists
Keysor of Van Wert. Bonnie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Both countries will, for the Islamabad protected the al- Republicans and Democrats working the Pakistan account
Clyde Rauch of Venedocia. first time, bring top military Qaida chief for nearly six are angry that bin Laden found also have congressional expe-
• At a Court of Awards held recently, members of Girl leaders to the discussions in years. a safe harbor in Pakistan and rience. Phil Rivers is a former
Scout Wing Troop No. 82 in Elida were presented their an effort to defuse military The push by Locke Lord want a painstaking review chief of staff to Sen. Richard
wing pins. The following girls were so honored: Lynn tensions that were heightened Strategies to turn the tide of how the money that goes Shelby, R-Ala., a Senate
Sharr, Barbara Dean, Roberta Erskine, Sally Searfoss, Vicki last year by the U.S. arms against criticism of Pakistan there is spent. Appropriations Committee
Holtzapple, Mary Ruth Deniston, Norma Buckmaster and sales. — and preserve the coun- CIA Director Leon Panetta member. Brian Heindl was a
Dianna Kohlhorst. The Chinese team will be try’s billions of dollars in stoked emotions on Capitol top aide to Sen. Herb Kohl,
• A long and distinguished career in banking was noted led by Vice Premier Wang U.S. aid — illustrates one Hill earlier this week, telling D-Wis., also a member of
Saturday night when the members of the board of directors Qishan, China’s top eco- of Washington’s enduring lawmakers during a closed- the Senate Appropriations
and the employees of The Commercial Bank honored the nomic policymaker, and State realities: No matter the issue door briefing: “Pakistan was Committee.
chairman of the board, Otto G. Weger, at the completion of Counselor Dai Bingguo, a or the crisis, lobbyists are involved or incompetent.” In an interview, Siegel
his 58th year with that institution. Still one of the most active veteran diplomat. working behind the scenes Since 2002, Pakistan has said there is no evidence that
members of the bank, Weger began his career in banking on The talks will begin with to shape opinions on Capitol received more than $20 bil- President Asif Ali Zardari’s
May 7, 1903 at the bottom and worked his way to the bank’s an opening session and then Hill. lion from the U.S., making civilian government knew
top post. break into separate dis- At stake is the contin- the country one of the largest of bin Laden’s whereabouts.
cussions on the economy ued flow of U.S. economic U.S. aid recipients, accord- Cutting aid and military sup-
75 Years Ago — 1936 and foreign policy. The U.S. aid and military support to ing to the Congressional port to Pakistan would only
• While the attendance on the opening night of the May Pakistan, America’s iffy part- Research Service. Nearly $9 weaken the relationship
and Chinese leaders are also
Festival was not as large as had been anticipated, the Festival ner in the fight against terror- billion of that has been in the between Washington and
scheduled to meet today ism and religious extremism. form of reimbursements for Islamabad, leaving Pakistan
started off nicely. Style shows were held in accordance with
with President Barack Congress is not expected to Pakistan’s costs to support the less able to combat terrorism,
the advance announcements. Music for the event was fur-
Obama. The talks wrap up on shut off the nearly $3 bil- U.S.-led military campaign in he said.
nished by the Eagles band and the Jefferson High School
band. Displays of automobiles were made on Main Street and Tuesday. lion in assistance planned for Afghanistan. Siegel acknowledged there
attracted considerable attention. China is facing threats of 2012. Despite deep misgiv- Mark Siegel, a Locke Lord were “security lapses” within
• Saturday, May 23, was designated as Poppy Day in a U.S. economic sanctions on ings, the U.S. does not want partner, would not identify Pakistan’s military and intel-
proclamation issued by Mayor Taylor. The proclamation goods shipped here to its larg- to allow Pakistan to become which congressional offices ligence service that allowed
urged all citizens to observe the day by wearing memorial est foreign market unless it unstable and risk having its he and the other five lobbyists bin Laden to go undetected
poppies in honor of the World War dead. does more to end what U.S. nuclear arsenal fall into the working the Pakistan account for so long in the town of
• Activities for the Gomer High School graduates in con- manufacturers say are unfair hands of Islamic radicals. are calling and visiting. Abbottabad, just a few dozen
nection with the closing of high school are near at hand. The trade practices, including cur- But bin Laden’s nearly Records filed with Congress miles from Islamabad.
rency manipulation, that have
baccalaureate sermon will be delivered by the Rev. E. B.
Fischer on May 17. Commencement exercises will be held cost American jobs.
At the same time, China,
Health care costs a hefty price tag for Pentagon
on May 22, with Prof. Hinson of Bowling Green, giving the
class address. Jay Evans is valedictorian and Helen Bourne America’s biggest foreign By DONNA CASSATA increase of $2.50 per month increases to military retirees’
salutatorian. creditor, wants assurances Associated Press for an individual and $5 per cost-of-living adjustment,
that its $1.2 trillion in U.S. month for families, which which this year was zero.
Treasury holdings are safe WASHINGTON — A mil- approaches the current McKeon planned to release
despite the impending con- itary built for fighting wars is price of a gallon of gaso- his version of the defense bill
Moderately confused gressional debate over raising
the government’s $14.3 tril-
looking more and more like
a health care entitlement pro-
line. Future increases start-
ing in 2013 would be pegged
today. The legislation says
members of the military face
lion borrowing limit. gram. to rising costs as measured “unique and extraordinary
“The Chinese are astound- Costs of the program that by the national health care demands and make extra sac-
ed that the U.S. government provides health coverage to expenditure index produced rifices over the course of a
would let the debate get to some 10 million active duty by the Centers for Medicare 20-30 year career in protect-
the stage where there is even personnel, retirees, reservists and Medicaid Services, which ing freedom for all Americans.
a remote possibility of a and their families have jumped projects 6.2 percent growth. Decades of sacrifices is a sig-
default,” said Eswar Prasad, from $19 billion in 2001 to “Health care is eating the nificant prepaid premium for
a China expert at Cornell $53 billion in the Pentagon’s department alive,” Defense health care that is over and
University. latest budget request. Secretary Robert Gates said above what the member pays
The higher debt limit is Desperate to cut spending bluntly — two years ago. The in money.”
needed to make sure America in Washington’s time of fiscal explosive expense of health The full committee meets
can keep paying the interest austerity, President Barack care rivals what the Pentagon Wednesday to pull together
bill on the debt to China and Obama has proposed increas- shells out to buy fighter air- an overall defense bill for the
ing the fees for working-age craft, submarines and high- budget year beginning Oct. 1.
other investors.
retirees in the decades-old tech weapons, and is about The committee is expected to
While Geithner said last health program, known as half of the $118 billion that the override members of its per-
week that the U.S. would press TRICARE. After years of Obama administration wants sonnel subcommittee who last
China to accelerate efforts to resisting proposed increas- in the next budget to fight week unanimously approved
revalue its currency, the yuan, es for the military men and wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. a one-year prohibition on any
he also sounded a concilia- women who sacrificed for a Rep. Howard “Buck” increase in health care fees.
tory tone. He noted that the nation, budget-conscious law- McKeon, chairman of the “I strongly believe military
yuan has risen in value by 5 makers suddenly are poised to House Armed Services retirees have made signifi-
percent since last June, and make them pay a bit more for Committee, backs Gates’ pro- cant down payments through
even faster once inflation was their health care, though not posal to raise fees for work- their dedicated service to the
taken into account. on the president’s terms. ing-age retirees in the next nation,” said the subcom-
A softer approach on The current fees, unchanged budget, and he has the sup- mittee chairman, Rep. Joe
China’s currency will not in 11 years, are $230 a year port of the committee’s top Wilson, R-S.C. “In view of
please American manufactur- for an individual and $460 for Democrat, Rep. Adam Smith that service, it is not right for
ers. They contend that China’s a family. That’s far less than of Washington state. the nation to ask them to pay
currency is undervalued by as what civilian federal work- But McKeon, R-Calif., more for the health care for
much as 40 percent and they ers pay for health care, about rejects the plan to link increas- which they are entitled as all
want Congress to approve $5,000 a year, and what most es in 2013 and beyond to the citizens are being personally
economic penalties if Beijing other people in the U.S. pay. health care expenditure index. challenged financially by ris-
doesn’t move faster. Obama is seeking a fee He wants to tie any future ing gas prices.” Monday, May 9, 2011 The Herald – 5A

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Four Winds Casino —
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7 p.m. — Marion Township The Delphos Optimist Club recently named Alex beautiful facility. June 27 beautiful scenery.
trustees at township house. Schnipke as student of the month. He is the son of Scott Holmes County — June This is always a favorite Guy and Ralna at
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Wildcats stomp Pioneers in sectional baseball

gle (Evan Sutton) but Cook Mitchell was hit for a sec- right now. That’s the inter- host Kenton today in regular-
fanned Calen Crawford to ond time to open the Temple esting part of baseball; you season play.
leave them loaded, the Red third and advanced on a can still have games while In the opener, Waynesfield-
and White unloaded against grounder by Craig. However, you’re in the tournament, Goshen eliminated Upper
Sutton in the home half. With Sutton grounded out to short- especially league games.” Scioto Valley and ended its
one gone, Nick George (2-for- stop Moore and Miller’s relay The Wildcats advance to play season with a 7-3 triumph.
3, 2 runs scored) doubled to Cook covering third got Allen East, a 3-0 victor over The Tigers battle top-seed-
off the fence in left. An out Mitchell for a double play. host Perry in the day’s finale, ed St. John’s 5 p.m. Tuesday
later, Curtis Miller walked. As a sprinkle began to fall, at 5 p.m. Wednesday. They back at Perry.
Both stole the next bases and the Wildcats stranded Miller
advanced on a wild pitch, at third in the bottom half. LIMA TEMPLE CHRISTIAN (0)
Curtis Shaner 3b 2-1-1-1, Dylan
Little ss 2-0-1-1, Zach Gilroy 2b
with George crossing the Freshman Ross Thompson Zeke Bolon ss 3-0-1-0, Seth 3-1-1-2, Sheldon Shobe lf 3-0-1-
plate. Justin Rode chopped came on in relief in the LTC Wierwille 2b 3-0-0-0, Jared Mitchell 1, Jordan Barns rf 3-1-1-0. Totals
one into left Field, plating fourth and retired all six bat- c 0-0-0-0, Marcus Craig 1b/p 1-0-0-
0, Evan Sutton p/1b 2-0-1-0, Calen
Score by Innings:
Miller. Rode moved up on ters he faced, fanning three. Crawford 3b 2-0-0-0, Zach Cooper lf Upper Scioto Val. 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 - 3
a wild toss and scored as The Wildcats finished 2-0-0-0, Josh Rone cf 2-0-0-0, Eric Waynesfield-Gosh. 2 0 3 1 0 1 x - 7
Drew Kortokrax singled into it off in the fourth. Pinch- Goodman cf 0-0-0-0, Isiah Roebuck
rf 1-0-0-0. Totals 16-0-2-0.
E: B. Watkins, Hale, Jarvis, Little;
DP: Upper Scioto Valley 2; LOB:
Left. An error on a grounder hitter Ben Babcock singled JEFFERSON (10) Upper Scioto Valley 5, Waynesfield-
hit by Jeff Schleeter left two to right. Pinch-runner Adam ab-r-h-rbi Goshen 6; 2B: C. Watkins, Lewis,
runners on and both runners Wollenhaupt stole second and Nik Moore ss 3-0-0-0, Tony
George 2b 3-2-2-1, Zack Ricker
Gilroy; SB: Gage Hennon 6, Miller
2, Lewis, Gabe Hennon, Shaner,
moved up on a steal. Jordan scored courtesy of a double to 3b 0-0-0-0, Kyle Anspach lf 2-1-0- Little; CS: B. Watkins (by Jarvis),
Vorst and Cook worked back- the fence in right by Vorst. In 0, Evan Neubert lf 1-0-0-0, Curtis Lewis (by Jarvis).
to-back walks (Sutton threw turn, he scored as Thompson Miller 1b 2-1-0-0, Justin Rode c 3-2- IP H R ER BB SO
44 pitches in the frame) as doubled to the fence in left.
2-2, Drew Kortokrax dh 2-1-1-2, Jeff
Schleeter 3b 1-1-0-0, Ben Babcock Hale (L, 2-5) 6.0 8 7 3 4 7
Kortorkax scored the fourth An out later, George walked, ph 1-0-1-0, Adam Wollenhaupt WAYNESFIELD-GOSHEN
run of the inning. finishing Sutton’s day on the pr/2b 0-1-0-0, Jordan Vorst rf 1-1- Miller (W) 7.0 7 3 2 1 3
The Pioneers had another mound (123 pitches). Craig 1-1, Zach Kimmet rf 0-0-0-0, Nick
Cook p 0-0-0-0, Ross Thompson p
WP: Hale 3; HBP: Gage Hennon
chance in the second, getting retired the final two batters. 1-0-1-1. Totals 20-10-8-8.
(by Hale), Miller (by Hale).
Tom Morris photo Isiah Roebuck (free pass) and “We’re young but we Score by Innings: ALLEN EAST (3)
Zeke Bolon (bloop single) were a whole lot better this Lima TC 000 00-0 ab-r-h-rbi
Jefferson junior Justin Rode barrels for home plate aboard with two down but year than last. Last season,
Jefferson 4 4 0 2 x - 10 Tyler Wilson lf 4-1-2-0, Tory
E: Mitchell, Craig, Rone; DP:
and looks to be caught but LTC catcher Jared Mitchell is Seth Wierwille was retired to we were run-ruled very near- Jefferson 1; LOB: Lima Temple
Anderson rf 3-0-0-1, Tyler Stevens
unable to handle the throw and Rode is safe. He helped the
ss 4-1-0-0, Levi Hoy cf 2-0-1-0,
leave a goose egg on LTC’s ly every game; this year it Christian 5, Jefferson 9; 2B: George, Jake Lawrence c 3-0-0-0, John
Wildcats shut out the Pioneers 10-0 in the Perry Division side of the board. was only a couple,” Pioneer
Vorst, Thompson; HR: George; SF: Swaney 1b 3-0-0-0, Zach Gossard
IV sectional baseball tourney Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats again sent 10 coach Devin Dye noted. “Our
Kortokrax; SB: Miller 2, George.
Kortokrax, Schleeter, Wollenhaupt.
dh 2-1-0-0, Levi Creeger p/3b 2-0-
0-0, Austin Lloyd 2b 2-0-1-1. Totals
By JIM METCALFE Crestview; we really wanted batters to the dish in inning 2. infield has two freshmen, IP H R ER BB SO 25-3-4-2. to win that game because it George led off with a solo a sophomore and a junior.
Sutton (L, 1-3) 3.1 8 10 9 9 3
was a league game. It was blast to left. Kyle Anspach Today was just like most Craig 0.2 0 0 0 0 0
T.J. Sloan p 4-0-1-0, Drew Smith
PERRY TOWNSHIP good that we turned the page was hit by a pitch, advanced of our season; one or two JEFFERSON lf 2-0-0-0, Brey Buetner 1b 2-0-0-0,
— Tournament action is all quickly today,” Jefferson on a grounder by Miller and innings that get out of hand.”
Cook (W, 1-1) 3.0 2 0 0 2 3
Thompson 2.0 0 0 0 0 3
Trevor Wallace 3b 2-0-0-0, Tyler
about advancing. coach Doug Geary explained. scored on a single to center When LTC went down in WP: Sutton 3, Craig; HBP:
Cornwell cf 1-0-0-0, Tanner Hunt 2b
3-0-1-0, Cory Smith c 3-0-0-0, Seth
Jefferson’s baseball team “I knew when we took bat- by Rode (2-for-3, 2 runs, 2 order in the fifth, the game Mitchell 2 (by Cook 2), Anspach Ewing rf 3-0-0-0, Ben Sanders ss
made no doubt about who ting practice this morning runs batted in); an error on the was over. (by Sutton).
3-0-1-0. Totals 23-0-3-0.
was going to survive Saturday that we had turned the page. play allowed Rode to scoot to “That’s what we want- UPPER SCIOT0 VALLEY (3)
Score by Innings:
Allen East 2 1 0 000 0-3
afternoon’s Division IV sec- We did a lot of our damage second, from where he scored ed; get Nick out of there as ab-r-h-rbi Perry 000 000 0-0
tional clash at Perry High today with two outs and we on a fly ball to deep center by soon as we could. He had 36 Chase Watkins 2b 4-1-1-0, E: Sanders 2; LOB: Allen East
Blake Watkins 3b 4-1-2-0, Brandon
School involving themselves stayed aggressive from the Kortokrax. Consecutive free pitches today so he would Overs cf 3-0-1-2, Cole Crawford
6, Perry 7; 2B: Lloyd; 3B: Wilson;
and Lima Temple Christian. first inning to the fourth.” passes to Schleeter, Vorst be fresher for Wednesday,” ss 3-0-0-0, Sean Hale p 3-0-0-0,
Sac: Anderson, Creeger; SF: Lloyd;
SB: Hunt 2, Wilson, Hoy, Sloan,
The Wildcats (9-9) scored After the Pioneers missed and Cook loaded the bases. Geary added. “He had a cou- Quentin Lewis lf 2-0-1-0, Devin Carl Wallace.
four times in each of the first a golden chance in the top A wild pitch plated Schleeter ple of tough innings but he
dh 3-0-1-0, Cain Haney rf 3-0-0-
0, Trent Canfield c 3-1-1-0. Totals
two innings and went on to of the first against Jefferson for an 8-0 spread. Nik Moore worked out of them quickly. 28-3-7-2.
Creeger (W, 2-3) 6.0 3 0 0 5 1
a 10-0 5-inning rout of the starter Nick Cook (1-1), load- walked to reload the bases We have a couple of games WAYNESFIELD-GOSHEN (7) Derek McDaniel (S, 1) 1.0 0 0 0 0 0
Pioneers (1-9). ing the bases with a 2-out but Sutton retired the next the next two days so we can
Gage Hennon cf 2-2-2-0, Garret
“We used a lot of ener- hit batter (Jared Mitchell), batter to end the uprising. keep playing, which we need Miller p 2-1-0-0, Gabe Hennon 1b
Sloan (L, 4-1) 7.0 4 3 2 2 5

gy the night before against walk (Marcus Craig) and sin-

Bearcats win in 10; Archers oust Lancers in baseball tourney

4-1-0-0, Ronnie Jarvis c 4-0-1-1, WP: Creeger, Sloan; PB: Lawrence.

By Kirk Dougal came away with a 3-2 win. time on the mound. In the first bunt to move the runners to sec- field but it hit second base lutely been our strong point all
Times Bulletin Editor Before the Bearcats could inning, Derek Schimmoeller ond and third. Ringwald scored and popped up into the throw- season and it never came up ever get the “W”, they had to walked, moved to second on on a passed ball before Delong ing hand of Honigford, who bigger than it did today. I can’t
find a way around Delong. He a wild pitch and then moved struck out his 11th Bearcat of threw out Vandemark at first. say enough about my infielders
CONVOY - A tremendous was nearly unhittable through to third on the ensuing errant the day. But then Cory Rieman Youngpeter singled again with and a couple of great plays by
effort on the mound from the first six innings, allowing throw from the Spencerville singled to score the second run one out. Ringwald and Kasey our outfielders as well.”
Ottoville’s Cody Delong was only three singles while strik- catcher. He scored on an Aaron and send the game into extra Lee then walked to load the “That was a great game by
lost as Spencerville used a hit ing out 10. Wehri double to right. innings. bases. Following the second Cody (Delong),” said Ottoville
batter, a walk and two singles Only Matt Youngpeter had In the fourth, the Big Green Defense was the name of the out on a strikeout, Tanner coach Anthony Castronova.
to tie the game in the top of any real success against the Big would cross the plate again on game in the eighth and ninth Koverman walked to force in “The kids played hard and it
the seventh and then scored Green hurler, fouling off mul- Krouskop when Travis Maag innings. Spencerville threat- Youngpeter with the go-ahead was a heck of a baseball game.
three times in the 10th inning tiple pitches in each at-bat until doubled to left field with two ened with the bases loaded with run. The batting order rolled We had a lot of opportunities
to knock off the Big Green he was able to find something outs. Krouskop then hit a bat- two outs in the eighth but a around to the top again and and couldn’t produce. But it
5-3 in their Division IV sec- he could handle. In his first ter and walked the next two strikeout ended the threat. Rieman singled in two more was a good year for these guys.
tional opening baseball game three at-bats against Delong, to force in Maag for a 2-0 In the ninth, Bearcat cen- runs for a 5-2 lead. It’s just a tough one to take
Saturday at Convoy. Youngpeter saw 20 pitches and Ottoville lead. terfielder Garrett Croft made The Big Green tried to right now.”
In the morning, Lincolnview ended up with two singles for Jared Rex came on in relief a diving grab of a Matt rally in the bottom of the Spencerville will take on
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Lancer error and the Archers allowed only two runs in his bats finally cracked the score- a tailor-made 5-4-3 double play to left field. Jacob Turnwald game between those two was
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LadyCats, Pirates move on in tournament Kalida’s end – and would put the second batter of the inning,
runners on second and third Nienberg plated the game’s first
in the fourth, Schnipke stayed run on a wild pitch and give the
composed throughout and held Big Green a 1-0 advantage.
her opposition scoreless both “That has been our story,”
times. She retired the side in said Continental head coach
order in the third and fifth Jordan Streicher. “We can be
frames. inconsistent. During the first
“The only thing I didn’t like part of the season, we were
today was the defense in the awesome. Then we hit a stretch
second inning but that was it,” where we struggled but then we
said Coble. “I’m really glad started to put things together.”
that we have realized that if we Unfortunately for the
make mistakes, we can make Ottoville faithful, the Lady
up for it later. That was encour- Pirates quickly put things
aging.” together in this contest and that
Kalida would add three lead would quickly evaporate.
more runs in the third inning, Continental scored five runs
on RBI hits from Vandemark in the bottom of the second
and Schnipke and a run-scoring inning, putting together three
groundout from Hundley. hits and taking advantage of
In the fourth, the LadyCats two free passes from Ottoville
plated four runs, this time starter McKenzie Martin.
on RBIs from Kayla Siefker, Whitney Ellerbrock started
Vandemark, Verhoff, and the rally for the Lady Pirates
Hundley. with a single and after a ground-
In total, Kalida rapped out out, a Krystle Prowant walk
13 base hits to score their 10 and an Erica Fitzwater single
runs. Jefferson only managed loaded the bases. One out later, Kirk Dougal photo
two base hits in their five Taylor Williamson walked to Ottoville hurler Mackenzie Martin follows through
innings at the dish. force in Ellerbrock and tie the on a pitch to a Continental batter Saturday afternoon at
“I give Kalida credit,” said game at 1-1. On the next at-bat,
Jefferson head coach Dave the game’s momentum shifted the Lincolnview sectional softball tournament. The Lady
Wollenhaupt. “They hit the ball dramatically. Weller stepped to Pirates took advantage of 10 hits and seven Lady Green
and they hit the ball consistent- the dish and took a big hack miscues to eliminate the Green and Gold 16-1.
ly. On the other hand, we have at the first pitch she saw from battled and she’ll be alright. the fifth.
Tom Morris photo not hit the ball well for the last Martin. The result was a deep She did a good job.” “In the first couple innings,
Jefferson senior third sacker Paige Ricker secures a week. We had a stretch in the fly ball over the left-field fence On the defensive end, the Leva wasn’t taking much off
season where we were hitting for a grand slam and a 5-1 Lady Pirates were nearly as her change,” said Streicher.
pop-up to end the second inning Saturday morning versus dominant from the second “But in the last few innings, she
the ball well and seeing the ball Continental lead.
Kalida at the Lincolnview Division IV sectional. However, well but the last week, I’m not “We hit,” emphasized inning on. Weller settled down took more off and it was really
the Lady Jeffcats lost 10-0 to the LadyCats. sure we could hit a beach ball. Streicher on his team’s offen- after the first inning of work to working. When she changes
By DREW BITNER frame, when Schnipke fanned We just aren’t consistent.” sive ability. “That’s the one only face one batter over the speeds like that, she’s really
Times-Bulletin the Jefferson side, things went “It’s not the outcome I thing that has stayed consistent minimum throughout the rest dominant.”
Correspondent well for the eventual victors. would have liked but I wish the whole year. We score runs. of the game. Continental racked up 10
Kalida followed that top- Kalida luck. We have three Our hitters, one through nine, “We didn’t get too many hits in the contest, with Weller
RURAL MIDDLE POINT of-the-first performance by games left in our season, so can all hit. We aren’t a small- hits today,” noted Modica. and Burke each collecting two
– Paced by Emily Schnipke’s giving Schnipke three runs of now we go back to the drawing ball team; we go up there hack- “[Weller’s] a nice pitcher. hits to lead to the team. Weller
complete-game shutout and support in the bottom of the board.” ing. That’s how we play and Continental always has a decent knocked in six runs on the day
Julia Vandemark’s three hits, frame. Vandemark walked to Schnipke struck out six and what we do.” team to play against and they and Deken added three RBI.
the Kalida Lady Wildcats lead things off for the home walked just two in her com- The Lady Pirates kept hit- are a good competitive team. Lucas accounted for
defeated Jefferson 10-0 in five team on the scoreboard and plete-game victory. Offensively ting in this game. A RBI from We just need to hit the ball bet- Ottoville’s lone hit on the day.
innings on Saturday in Division Summer Holtkamp singled for Kalida, Vandemark paced Sara Deken would give the ter and get the girls focused on
Game 1
IV sectional tournament play at from the No. 2 hole. A sacri- the team with three hits but Lady Pirates a 6-1 lead after Jefferson 0 0 0 0 0 – 0 2 3
Lincolnview. fice fly from Amy Smith plated Verhoff, Hundley, Schnipke, three innings and Continental She retired the side in order Kalida 3 0 3 4 x – 10 13 3
Kalida improves to 4-7 Vandemark and then, one out and Siefker each added two blew the game wide open in in the second, fourth and fifth WP – Emily Schnipke; LP – Taylor
Branham. 2B: Jorrey (KL), Verhoff
on the season and will play later, Kaylyn Verhoff doubled apiece. the fourth frame with 10 more frames. A Paige Lucas single (KL).
Lincolnview on Monday at home Holtkamp for the sec- Jefferson received base runs. in the third proved to be the Game 2
the home of the Lady Lancers. ond run. A single by Devon knocks from Kelsey Goodwin During that 10-run fourth, only hiccup over the final four Ottoville 100 00– 1 17
Continental 0 5 1 10 x – 16 10 2
Jefferson falls to 4-12 on the Hundley knocked in Verhoff to and Paige Ricker in the con- the Lady Pirates sent 15 batters frames for the Lady Pirate hurl- WP – Weller; LP – Martin. 2B:
year. complete the 3-run rally. test. to the plate and recorded seven er, who struck out seven in the Williamson (CT), Weller (CT), Deken
In the second game Saturday, “I thought we hit the ball The Jeffcats are scheduled hits before the inning’s sec- contest, including the side in (CT). HR: Weller GS (CT), Burke
Leva Weller threw a complete well, hit well with runners in to play at Ottawa-Glandorf ond out. The outburst included
game and hit a grand slam scoring position and we moved today. Burke’s 2-run blast, as well
and Continental also received runners around,” said Kalida In game 2, contrary to what as doubles from Williamson,
a 2-run home run from catcher head coach Kelly Coble. “We the score would suggest, it was Deken and Weller. Continental
Stephanie Burke as the Lady made some defensive plays the Big Green who managed to was also helped by three
Pirates downed Ottoville 16-1. when we needed it and I was cross the plate first in the game, Ottoville errors in the inning,
The Lady Pirates improve really pleased with how we jumping on Weller early in the as well as several other mental
their season mark to 6-8 and played today.” first inning. mistakes.
will take on Crestview Tuesday With the offense soaring, Marissa Nienberg reached “The errors hurt us again,”
at Lincolnview. Ottoville falls Schnipke continued to domi- first base due to a Continental explained Ottoville head coach
to 0-12 on the season. nate the Jefferson lineup on error with one out in the first Joe Modica. “McKenzie got
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Mustangs Bearcats
(Continued from Page 7A) remain, 5-1. Crow went the distance throughout the season with
ourselves wait long enough The game ended on a for Allen East collecting the only three seniors and starting
for the ball,” said Wegesin. bizarre note for Spencerville. win. She surrendered one run three and sometimes four fresh-
Allen East tacked on three In the top of the seventh with on five hits, walking one and men at the varsity level.
more insurances runs in the “We are definitely a young
two outs, the Bearcats batted striking out six. Kaytlynn team and that is sometimes a
bottom of the sixth to extend out of order for the third out of Warnecke received the loss good thing and sometimes not a
the lead to 5-1. Kourtney the inning to end the game. going six inning allowing five good thing. But we have made
Reneau lead off with a single Coach Newland was runs on nine hits, walking two great strides,” he added. “We
and Alex Mertz advanced her pleased with every aspect of and striking out two. just need to keep getting better
to second with a nice sacrifice the game, especially with how With the loss, Spencerville every day, especially offensive-
bunt. Ahlie Szippl then hit his team dealt with outside ends its tournament run and ly. We didn’t have very many
a high fly ball to right that distractions. falls to 2-15 on the season. good at bats the first half of the
dropped to put runners at the “It was a huge win for Spencerville will be back in game. We probably threw away
corners. Sierra Sizemore came us. They had just beat us on action on Tuesday when they some at bats by swinging at
through next with a ground Thursday 8-4 and I wasn’t go on the road to take on Perry, some early pitches and helping
ball to the second baseman to sure how our girls were going with a 5 p.m. start time. him out by not going after some
score Reneau. Alyssa Thomas of his get-ahead fastballs. But
to react with it being prom day Allen East takes on top- that’s part of getting that expe-
then drew a walk for senior but we had a really good prac- seeded Ada today to continue rience and the more we learn,
leadoff batter Roberson, who tice last night and we came its tournament run. the better we will get. We will
stroked a single to left-center out here and hit the ball well Spencerville 000 010 0 - 1 be better in the long run but it
to score two more runs to and played great defense,” Allen East 101 003 x - 5 just kind of hurts right now.”
put the score where it would added Newland. WP: E. Crow; LP: K. Warnecke. Lincolnview was led offen-
sively by Williams and his two
doubles on the day. Longstreth
and Hoehn both had RBIs as
Kirk Dougal photos Antwerp received nine of
Ottoville’s Bryan Hohlbein fields a ball hit by their 10 team hits from the
Spencerville’s Dylan Layman Saturday at Crestview’s first four batters in their lineup.
Hitzeman had three hits with
Division IV baseball sectional. The Bearcats went 10 a double, while Zac Coleman,
innings to oust the Big Green 5-3. Andy Coleman and Delgato all
(Continued from Page 6A) needed to see and he took had two hits apiece.
out the freshman Delgato and Delgato picked up the win,
bunt that turned into a brought in senior Zac Coleman. going 5 1/3 innings while
Lincolnview fielding error Hoehn greeted the new pitcher allowing two earned runs on
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‘Thor’ hammers Engagement Anniversary

competition with
$66M opening
By CHRISTY LEMIRE movie looks spectacular on
The Associated Press the screen. It was fun, and it’s
a big, epic movie.”
LOS ANGELES — “Thor” box office
kicked off the summer movie analyst Paul Dergarabedian
season by smashing the com- thought “Thor” had a pretty
petition at the box office with respectable opening given
a $66 million opening week- that it’s a lesser-known comic
end. book title.
The 3-D action picture “Expectations always get
from Paramount, based on wildly overblown with super-
the Marvel comic, was by far hero movies — a superhero
the No. 1 movie, according to movie has the biggest open-
Sunday studio estimates.
Australian actor Chris
ing weekend of all time: ‘The
Dark Knight,’“ Dergarabedian
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Maas
Hemsworth stars as the arro- said of the hit in the Batman Mr. and Mrs. Gary Maas observed their 25th wedding
gant god of thunder who’s sent franchise. ”Expectations are anniversary on May 10.
down to Earth as punishment. always extremely high, espe- Gary and the former Donna Jean Hemker were united
It was directed by Kenneth cially on the first weekend in in marriage on May 10, 1986, at St. John the Evangelist
Branagh, best known for mak- May, which is traditionally a Catholic Church, the Rev. Bruce Farmer officiating.
ing films based on Shakespeare huge weekend.“ They will celebrate with a family dinner.
plays such an epic “Hamlet,” “It may have a solid hold,” They have three children, Amanda, Bryan and
and featured a supporting he added. “Sometimes it’s not Stephanie.
cast that included Anthony just about opening weekend. Donna is employed at the Delphos Public Library.
Hopkins, Natalie Portman and Sometimes it’s about playabil-
Stellan Skarsgard. ity.”
In second place was a hold- The next big competition for
over from last week, the car-
racing sequel “Fast Five” from
“Thor” comes in two weeks,
on May 20, with the opening Clouse/Illyes
Universal Pictures. It made of “Pirates of the Caribbean:
$32.5 million for a total of On Stranger Tides,” the fourth Susan Hall of Cocoa Beach, Fla., and Kim Clouse
nearly $140 million in just 10 film in the blockbuster Disney of Hermitage, Tenn., announce the engagement of their
days. franchise. On Memorial Day daughter, Carrie Ann Clouse, to Ryan Illyes, son of Ron
Although the opening for weekend come the sequels and Rhonda Illyes of Delphos.
“Thor” wasn’t as enormous “The Hangover Part II” from The couple will exchange vows in April 2012 in
as those of other superhero Warner Bros. and “Kung Fu Nashville, Tennessee. They recently became engaged in
movies, it still exceeded stu- Panda 2” from Paramount. the ancient city of Petra, Jordan.
dio expectations, which were Opening in a close third The bride-elect is a graduate of Hendersonville High
around $55 million. It was and fourth place were two School in Hendersonville, Tenn. She attended Western
the third-highest opening for wedding-themed movies, both Kentucky University. She is a flight attendant with
a Marvel franchise launch, of which served as counter- Southwest Airlines.
behind “Spider-Man,” which programming to the effects- Her fiance is a Jefferson High School graduate and
made $115 million in 2002, laden spectacles in theaters. received his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and
and “Iron Man,” which made “Jumping the Broom” from his master’s from Oregon State University. He is Director
$98.6 million in 2008. TriStar Pictures came in third of International Business for Europe, Middle East and
Don Harris, Paramount’s Africa for Acclarent, a Johnson & Johnson Co. that sells
with $13.7 million, higher than
executive vice president for medical devices.
distribution, thought the film studio expectations, which
held appeal for both men and were around $10 million.
women; 37 percent of the Angela Bassett and Loretta
audience was female. Devine star as the mothers
“Chris Hemsworth looks of two families that clash as
like he’s going to be a movie they’re about to be united in
star,” Harris said. “Kenneth their children’s marriage.
Branagh made a very smart In fourth place was the Expand your knowledge
movie, and the idea that the Warner Bros. romantic drama every day by reading the
newspaper. It’s reliably
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Cowell, this time on Fox’s speaking on the condition reigned on “Idol” as the nice ALL NAMES SUBMITTED WILL BE PUBLISHED IN THE
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ducers had not authorized fellow judge Cowell, her group the Pussycat Dolls
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By ADRIAN SAINZ staying in shelters. county or the federal govern-
The Associated Press But while some evacuated, ment to give him a hotel vouch-
others came as spectators. At er so he does not have to go to
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Beale Street, the famous thor- a shelter.
Forecasters say the Mississippi oughfare known for blues music, “I just want a new life and
River could crest late today at dozens gawked and snapped relocation,” Blue said. “I would
Memphis — hours sooner than photos as water pooled at the like the elected officials to come
previously predicted — but the end of the road. Traffic was down here to see this with their
mayor says the city’s ready for heavy downtown on a day the own eyes and see what we’re
it. streets would normally be quiet. going through.”
Mayor AC Wharton said that The river is “probably the Flood waters were about a
despite the tightened timeframe, biggest tourist attraction in half-mile (800 meters) from the
he’s confident that precautions Memphis,” said Scott Umstead, Beale Street’s world-famous
such as door-to-door warnings who made the half-hour drive nightspots, which are on higher
have prepared the city. from Collierville with his wife ground.
“We don’t have as much and their three children. The river already reached
time, but fortunately we’re Col. Vernie Reichling, Army record levels in some areas
ready for it,” Wharton told The Corps of Engineers commander upstream, thanks to heavy
Early Show on CBS today. for the Memphis district, said the rains and snowmelt. It spared
Wharton said disasters homes in most danger of flood- Kentucky and northwest
such as Katrina have shown ing are in areas not protected by Tennessee any catastrophic
that you can’t simply get the levees or floodwalls, including flooding and no deaths have
word out by issuing warnings near Nonconnah Creek and the been reported there, but some
on TV. Authorities spent the Wolf and Loosahatchie rivers. low lying towns and farmland
weekend knocking on doors About 150 Corps work- along the banks of the river have
to tell a couple hundred peo- ers were walking along levees been inundated.
ple that they should abandon and monitoring performance And there’s tension farther
their homes before they are of pump stations along what south in the Mississippi Delta
swamped by waters from the Reichling called the “wicked” and Louisiana, where the river
rising Mississippi. Wharton said Mississippi. “There should be could create a slow-developing
officials are returning to some no concern for any levees to disaster.
houses multiple times. fail,” he said in a downtown There’s so much water in the
“Door-to-door is a key thing park on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi that the tributaries
that we’re doing,” he said, add- river. that feed into it are also backed
ing there are stepped up patrols For Cedric Blue, the flood- up, creating some of the worst
to prevent looting in areas where ing in his south Memphis neigh- flood problems so far.
people have left their homes borhood near the overflowing Downriver in Louisiana, offi-
behind. Nonconnah Creek is a source of cials warned residents that even
Forecaster Joe Lowery of the frustration and anger. if a key spillway northwest of
National Weather Service office Blue, 39, has watched as Baton Rouge were to be opened,
in Memphis said it looks like the water engulfed three homes residents could expect water 5 to
the river is starting to level out on his street, including that of 25 feet (1.5 to 7.5 meters) deep
and could crest as soon as today an older woman who had to over parts of seven parishes.
night, at or near 48 feet (14.63 be rescued in a boat because Some of Louisiana’s most valu-
meters). Forecasters had previ- she had refused to leave. Blue able farmland is expected to be
ously predicted the crest would fears the rising water will ruin inundated.
come Tuesday. his house and his belongings The Morganza spillway,
Memphis residents have been while washing away a lifetime northwest of Baton Rouge,
abandoning low-lying homes for of memories that were created could be opened as early as
Elaine Evans days as the dangerously surging there. Thursday, but a decision has not
Mortgage Lender river threatened to crest just shy Sunday afternoon, a garbage yet been made.
of the 48.7-foot (14.84-meter) can floated in the high water A separate spillway north-
record, set by a devastating 1937 near his house. Some feet away, west of New Orleans was to be
flood. the water had reached more opened today, helping ease the
The swollen river has than halfway up a yellow “No pressure on levees there, and
swamped houses in Memphis Outlet” street sign. inmates were set to be evacuated
and threatens to consume many He became emotional talk- from the low-lying state prison
Bank with the people you know and trust more, but its rise has been slow ing about how he has about 7 in Angola.
enough that some people were feet of water in his backyard and Engineers say it is unlikely
clinging to their normal lives less than a foot inside the house, any major metropolitan areas
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2008 Pontiac G6 4 dr., red................................... $13,900 2006 GMC Envoy XL 4x4.............................. $14,700 290 Wanted to Buy 4 BR 1 BA house with
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2008 Chrysler 300
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9,990 Silver coins, Silverware, home warranty, and free
Pocket Watches, Diamonds. appliances. Several
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1995 Camaro
2001 Sport Trac
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& Fri. 7:30 to 5:00
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2003 Chevy Crew Cab
V6, auto, air .................
2001 Ford F-250
300 Household Goods BEAUTIFUL 3 BR
Country Ranch
Wed. 7:30 to 7:00 1500 HD ................
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with 2 1/2 car
Closed on Sat. attached garage
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19” to 60” screen sizes 6927 2007 BMW 3 SERIES 335I Navigatition, moonroof, 6 spd, leather, sporty, dark gray, 28K mi. ................... $27,795
6898 2008 LINCOLN MKZ
V6, convertible, chrome wheels, one owner, clean Carfax, white, 14K mi....... $22,995
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6925 2009 MERCURY GRAND MARQ. LS heated seats, steer wheel mounted, controls, silver, 12K mi. .......................... $17,795 bedroom, 1 bath mobile
• Pole Barns Mark Pohlman 6890 2009 MERCURY MILAN PREMIER 4 cyl, heated leather, moonroof, black 33K mi. ................................................ $17,295
207 S. Main St. • Painting • New Barns 419-339-9084 home. 419-692-3951.
6887 2008 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS GS 4 Dr, one owner, clean carfax, black, 48K........................................................ $13,995
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Delivery Available 6834 2007 FORD 500 LIMITED
FWD, Leather, chrome wheels, moonroof, white, 50,416 miles....................... $12,995
one owner, clean Carfax, serviced here, keyless remote, blue, 45K mi. ............... $10,995 890 Autos for Sale
950 Miscellaneous 419-733-6309 6915 2005 MERCURY MONTEGO PREMIER AWD/heated leather/dual climate control, silver .................................................... $9,995
LEO E. GEISE SPEARS 6892 2007 FORD TAURUS SE 4 Dr., 1 owner, clean carfax, silver, 66K mi. ........................................................ $9,895

Interior & Exterior Painting LAWN CARE
Signature, cartier/dual climate control, steering wheel controls, ivory ................ $8,995
Cartier edit. great condition, gold ........................................................................ $5,495
4 door sedan, maroon ......................................................................................... $3,995
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6891 2008 LINCOLN MKX AWD Ultimate, 18” chrome wheels, vista roof, red fire, 49K mi. ............................... $26,795 FOUR TIRES
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6896 2008 JEEP COMMANDER LIMITED leather, navi, DVD, remote start, red, 48K mi., 3rd row moonroof ................... $25,895

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6917 2009 FORD RANGER S.CAB 4D
4 dr., FWD, chrome wheels, vapor silver, 41K mi., Vista roof, heated leather ........ $25,895
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or 419-203-9006
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Location: Lear’s Alternative Health 6821 2008 FORD EXPLORER EDDIE BAUER 4x4, moonroof, leather, Black, 34,025 miles ................................................... $21,995
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950 Electricians AWD, Leather, Navi, Quad seating, gold, 51K miles ....................................... $19,495
210 N. Main St., Delphos, OH 45833 6872 2007 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER
cell 419-233-9460 •LAWN AERATION• 6867A 2006 TOYOTA 4RUNNER SR5 4Dr., 4x4, V6, Leather, DVD, white, 57K miles ............................................... $20,995
•FALL CLEANUP• 4x4, navigatiion, moonroof, white, leather, 57,317 miles ................................ $19,495
6899 2007 LINCOLN TRUCK MKX 4DR, AWD, owner, clean carfax, white, 121K mi. ............................................ $17,895


6910 2004 FORD F150 SCAB FX4 F150
FWD, V6, cloth interior, Blue, 1-owner, 41K miles ........................................... $17,595
S. cab, FX4 4x4, silver, 68K mi. ....................................................................... $16,995
Dealer-installed retail tire
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•SHRUB INSTALLATION, 6889 2008 FORD ESCAPE XLT V6, 4 dr., 2 WD, XLT, light sage, 44K miles ..................................................... $16,695 Expires 5/31/11.

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Lindell Spears 6919 2006 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER AWD
Luxury/remote start/back up camera, black, 72K mi. ....................................... $15,995
Leather, quad seating, pwr sliding doors, remote keyless entry, dune pearl .. $14,495 See service advisor
419-236-4134 Improvement COMMERCIAL 419-695-8516 6868 2004 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT Quad cab, 4x4, beige, 92K miles ..................................................................... $12,895
for details.
WIRING 6903 2007 CHEV EQUINOX 4 dr., FWD, 1 owner, clean carfax, maroon, 75K mi. ....................................... $13,495
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Windows, Doors,
Siding, Roofing,
Expedition XLT 4x4, stone, 1 owner, 96K mi. .................................................. $12,995
4Dr., 3rd row seating, 2WD, silver, 75K miles ................................................. $12,295
950 Tree Service
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6871A 2006 FORD FREESTAR SEL VAN Rear DVD, quad seating, remote start, gray, 69K............................................ $11,495
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6900 2005 FORD FREESTYLE SEL 4Dr, clean carfax, grey, 87K mi.. ...................................................................... $10,995
Kitchens & Bathroom 419-692-0055
950 Lawn Care
6845A 2001 FORD F-150 XLT SUPERCREW 4x4, toneau cover, running boards, beige ....................................................... $10,895 Over 85
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3rd row seating, clean carfax, black.................................................................... $8,995
Premier, AWD, moonroof, trailer tow, homelink, white ........................................ $8,595 Free & Low Price
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6920 2001 FORD EXPLORER SP TRC 4x4, moonroof, leather, one owner, clean Carfax, red ........................................ $7,495 920 Merchandise
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Berne, IN 46711 (419) 235-3708 Ernie Teman 419-230-4890 Monday, May 9, 2011 The Herald – 3B

Failing night- Tomorrow’s


vision a concern
Dear Annie: I’m wor- the engagement ring I lost. I
By Bernice Bede Osol
Tuesday, May 10, 2011

You are likely to be most fortunate

ried about my younger sister, gave him two years’ notice working with systems that you either
“Louise.” I recently retired, and got a card instead. This personally create or control during
the next year. Your imagination and
and Louise will be eligible man does not have a romantic creativity can be a powerful force in
to retire in four years. She bone in his body. It would helping you realize your ambitions.
is a full-time operating-room be nice if he put some kind TAURUS (April 20-May 20) --
nurse who is required to rotate of thought into one of these Push all doubt of failure out of your
mind, because you are surrounded by
being on call at night. occasions. Any suggestions? opportunity. All you have to do is look
The problem is that -- Neglected around you, pick something and give BLONDIE
Louise’s night vision has Dear Neglected: It will it your best effort.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -- Joy
become terrible this past help if you stop expecting and fulfillment will overshadow any
year. Her optometrist says your husband to be what he minor mishap you might experience
that it will undoubtedly get is not. You will only remain early on, if you push it out of your
worse the older she gets. frustrated by hitting your mind. March happily into the future
where good things can happen.
Every time my phone rings head against the same wall. CANCER (June 21-July 22) --
at night, I fear it’s Since romance is Ignore any early minor setback you
someone calling important to you, might experience in a joint endeavor
with another. Continue to proceed
to say Louise was we suggest you take along your planned course of action
killed in a car acci- the lead and make until you reach your goal.
dent on her way the plans for your LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) --Don’t
to the O.R. She’s 25th anniversary. lower your hopefulness with someone
who tries to encourage you to do so.
already had a few He’ll probably be Lady Luck will be doing her best to
near-misses. relieved, and you’ll try to gratify your wishes, so at least BEETLE BAILEY
Louise has spo- get what you want. give her a chance.
ken to her supervi- Dear Annie: VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
-- There’s a good chance you’re not
sor about this, but “ W o r r i e d expecting anything good to happen,
their policy is “take Stepmom” said her but in spite of yourself, something
it or leave it.” If she husband wants to will. An advantageous occurrence will
provide you with something of value.
quits, she’ll lose a Annie’s Mailbox give his children LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -- It
significant portion equal amounts of isn’t likely that you will be bored,
of her hard-earned money as gifts. even though you might start out that
retirement money. However, her 33-year-old way. Certain friends of yours will
come up with an exciting, fun activity
Louise means the world stepson, “Clark,” isn’t moti- that you’ll want to take part in.
to me. I always assumed vated to work, and she wor- SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) --
our families would grow ries he’ll misuse the funds. Your ingenuity and resourcefulness
will be put to good use, whether you
old together, but now I’m Her husband can still make employ them in work-related projects
genuinely concerned for her gifts to a number of accounts or for personal endeavors. Boldly
safety. Maybe if her supervi- that restrict Clark’s ability to pursue your objectives.
sor reads this in the paper, spend the money. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) -- Exercise your leadership
he will be more understand- An alternative to an IRA abilities and engage in activities that
ing and accommodating of would be an annuity that acts best suit your objectives, whether
their experienced, long-time like an IRA for tax deferral, they are personal or career-oriented.
Associates will happily let you have
senior nurses who simply but restricts withdrawals until your way.
cannot drive at night any- age 59 and a half, the same CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
more. -- Scared Sister as an IRA. They could also 19) -- Anything you do for or with
Dear Sister: It might help set up a trust, using insurance your family will prove to be the most
gratifying for you. You’ll let the
if Louise brings her supervi- or other vehicles to restrict desires or needs of your loved ones
sor a doctor’s note saying access until the future. Please take priority.
she is visually impaired at advise her to speak with a AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) --
night. Another alternative is financial professional who is If you don’t have any plans that would
involve you with multitudes of people,
to provide transportation on well versed in wealth preser- make some. The more people you get
those nights when she is on vation. -- Financial Adviser involved with, the happier you’ll be.
call. Can a friend or relative in Baltimore, Md. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
-- Although you normally might not
drive her? Are there trains or Annie’s Mailbox is written necessarily care for it, competition
buses? Can she carpool with by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy will stimulate your juices and
another staffer or work out an Sugar, longtime editors of the resourcefulness, especially if you’re
arrangement with a taxi com- Ann Landers column. Please competing for something material.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) --
pany? Please look into all the e-mail your questions to Your friendly, outgoing personality
possibilities., will be operating at full force and
Dear Annie: Mother’s or write to: Annie’s Mailbox, will draw others to you like a magnet.
Most everyone you encounter will
Day has come and gone. My c/o Creators Syndicate, 5777 find you extremely charismatic.
mother canceled our plans, so W. Century Blvd., Ste. 700,
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-- and it’s not the first time.
My daughter is 21 and a
mother herself. It hurts my
feelings that they care so
little about me. I’m a nice
person, the kind who lets oth-
ers into traffic and throws
parties for my friends on their
Our 25th wedding anni-
versary is coming up, and I
know I will be disappointed.
For our 20th, I asked my
husband if he would replace
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4B –The Herald Monday, May 9, 2011

Keith’s Landeck Tavern and Catering, Co.

Tried the rest ... come back to the best

Landeck Tavern has stood
on the same ground for 73
Famous for its fried
chicken for many years, the
tavern enjoys a wide range
of customers for made-from-
scratch entrees and new
owner Keith Yonker has
brought back the tavern’s
famous staple.
“The first thing people ask
is if the fried chicken is the
way it used to be,” Yonker
said. “Yes. I have brought
back the original recipe and
people can come in and order
the chicken and it tastes just
like it did 30 years ago.”
Hand-breaded every Keith and Rana Yonker are the owners of the Keith’s
day using fresh poultry, the Landeck Tavern.
chicken basket also includes
french fries or sweet potato the Roadhouse Chicken, For a little something to
fries, roll and coleslaw. Fried Bologna, Philly Cheese get you started, Keith’s appe-
Yonker has introduced Steak, Grilled Chicken tizers include Jumbo Chicken
his Famous Stuffed Burgers. Breast, Tavern Patty Melt and Wings, Fried Mozzarella
Burgers are hand-pattied Breaded Pork Tenderloin. “Logs”; Bread Sticks;
using fresh ground beef and All sandwiches are served Ultimate Onion Rings; Beer
served on a toasted bun with with french fries or sweet Battered Wisconsin Cheese
lettuce, pickle, onion and potato fries. Curds, Country Style Fried any other event. His catering Peppers. At least 72 hours The tavern is open 11 a.m.
Keith’s special sauce. Diners For dinner, dig into some Pickles; Toasted Ravioli and menu includes the Famous notice is needed for a catered to 9 p.m. Tuesday through
can choose two stuffings pure comfort food with the Volcano Cheese Fries. Tavern Fried Chicken, Jumbo event or let Keith plan for Thursday; 11 a.m. to mid-
from bleu cheese, cheddar, tavern’s Baked Macaroni and On the lighter side, enjoy Chicken Wings, Baked your special event. night Friday and Saturday;
American, swiss, mozzarel- Cheese with elbow macaroni a bowl of Dad’s Chicken Italian Chicken with olive Save yourself time pre- and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on
la, bacon, mushrooms and and velvety cheese baked Soup made from Keith’s oil and rosemary, Rigatoni paring your home and use Sunday.
grilled onions. under a blanket of seasoned father’s recipe or Bourbon Marinara, Cheese Ravioli, the tavern’s 18,000-square- Call 419-692-0833 to
Other burgers include the bread crumbs; enjoy Beer Sirloin Chili. Pair it with a Keith’s Baked Lasagna and foot patio or 50-seat private order ahead or for delivery
Jo, with a 1/2-pound burger Brazed BBQ Ribs roasted fresh salad like Keith’s Dixie Italian Sausage and Sweet dining room. to local businesses.
and double the cheese; the with beer and smoked fork- Fried Chicken Salad, Buffalo
Double-Double with two tender; moist, tender and Chicken Salad, Tavern Chef
1/2-pound patties and double lightly fried Okeechobee or Grilled Chicken Caesar.
the cheese; the “Landecker” Frog Legs; Keith’s Chicken Little Landeckers can
Special with two 1/4-pound Fried Steak or Almond enjoy a Junior Decker Burger,
burgers, two slices of cheese Encrusted Walleye; a hand- Chicken Tender Basket,
on a triple-decker bun; the cut 10-ounce Top sirloin Grilled Cheese, Junior Fried
Old Fashioned Burger with grilled just the way you like Shrimp Basket or 2-piece
1/2-pound burger made it; Fried Jumbo Shrimp light- chicken dinner served with
just the way you like it; the ly dusted in seasoned flour; fries or a salad.
Diablo with 1/2-pound burg- Chicken Tender Basket; or Can’t decide what to have?
er topped with pepper jack, Lake Perch Dinner. Let the tavern’s knowledge-
cheddar and onion rings and Sides include tossed or able, friendly staff help you.
Keith’s special sauce; and house salad, french fries, Keith’s Landeck Tavern
the Bacon Double Cheese sweet potato fries, mashed will also cater birthdays,
with smoked bacon and dou- potatoes with gravy, vegeta- retirement parties, business
ble the cheese. ble, baked potato and cole- groups, funerals, bridal show-
Other sandwiches include slaw. ers, wedding receptions or

229 W. Fifth KOSTA’S
$ Saturday, May 14 ...
Delphos, Ohio •DINING ROOM
Topp Chalet •CARRY-OUTS
A salute to

419-692-8751 Restaurant and Lounge Costumes Welcome! LANDECK SPEEDWAY

Meet famed racer
We welcome your family to join

our family for dinner in our
fun, family-friendly atmosphere! A LARGE UP TO
$ 10 PIZZA
DRAFT 7p.m.-11p.m.


BANQUET ROOM DINE IN 133 E. Fifth St., Delphos
FOR PRIVATE PARTIES or CARRY OUT Ph. 419-695-8085 14620 Landeck Rd. • 419-692-0833

DINE IN & CARRY OUT Rambler’s Roost 18191A LINCOLN HWY.
Ph. 419-968-2118
• pasta
• pizza
Restaurant * FuelOPEN
or 419-968-2209
349 Towne Center Blvd.
* Convenience Store
BUFFET Van Wert, Ohio • 419-238-5888 24 HOURS • subs
1825 Scott St.
Napoleon, Ohio • 419-592-1888
and Truck Stop *Restaurant
OPEN 24 HOURS • stromboli
BREAKFAST MENU: • salad bar
#1. Bacon, Eggs, Potatoes & Toast................ $4.99
#2. Sausage, Eggs, Potatoes & Toast ............ $4.99 • Deliver
$1.00 off of 2 Reg. $2.00 off of 2 Reg. #3. Ham, Eggs, Potatoes & Toast ................... $4.99
Bacon & Egg ......... $1.99 1-Buiscuit & Sausage Gravy.... $1.99
Expires 6-9-11 Expires 6-9-11
Sausage & Egg ..... $1.99 2-Buiscuits & Sausage Gravy.. $2.99
• Pickup
Ham & Egg ............ $1.99 3-Buiscuits & Sausage Gravy.. $3.99
Double Egg............ $1.99 209 S. Washington
All You Can Eat Super Buffet MORE THAN *Add Cheese ............. .25
All of these food items and more available Van Wert, OH
Best Chinese Restaurant in Town 100 ITEMS
at our convenience store menu
IN A HURRY ... We have Subs, Wraps, Ready to Go
CALL FOR CARRYOUT 419-968-2118

239 W. Fifth
Next to
(the) Grind Café and Topp Chalet
Coffeehouse 419-692-3333
226 N. Main St., Delphos 419-692-2132
Don’t forget (the) Grind Specials 24302 St. Rt. 697
for your large groups - all day everyday! Delphos
Fax: 419-741-7211 419-741-7210
parties for breakfast,
lunch or dinner.
We custom cater • Contact us for your DAILY $5.00 SPECIALS

all events ...

catering needs Mon. ......Fried Bologna & F.F.
PLEASE CALL AHEAD FOR RESERVATIONS. • Meat & Cheese trays Tues.. ............ 9” 1 item Pizza
Wed. .........................6 Wings graduation parties, etc. • Free Delivery Thurs....Stromboli & Can pop
Open: Mon.-Fri. 7:00 am-8:00 PM DINE IN - CARRY OUT - DRIVE THRU to local business Fri. .......... Sub & Chips & Pop
Sat.-Sun. 7:00 am-2:00 PM OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 11 AM - 9 PM Hours: 10am-10pm Sunday thru Saturday Check us out on Facebook!

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