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50¢ daily Wednesday, June 30, 2010 Delphos, Ohio

Upfront ‘Alex’ first June


‘Fourth’ fun Atlantic hurricane
at Stadium Park
The annual Delphos
in fifteen years
Kiwanis Club Fourth of By MARY FOSTER maximum sustained winds
July Celebration will take and TOM BREEN near 80 mph (130 kph). The
place Saturday and Sunday The Associated Press National Hurricane Center
at Stadium Park. The event said the Category 1 storm is
will include fun for all ages, GRAND ISLE, La. — the first June Atlantic hurri-
culminating with a fireworks Dozens of small skiffs, huge cane since 1995. It is on track
show after dusk Sunday. shrimp boats and even a for the Texas-Mexico border
swamp tour boat were tied to region and expected to make
Relay team sets docks, winds whipping their landfall Wednesday night.
flags and waves rocking them Skimming efforts off the
scrapbooking even in the sheltered marina. coasts of Louisiana, Florida,

day-long event
Most days, the fleet would Alabama and Mississippi
be skimming oil from the have mostly stopped.
Gulf of Mexico and ferry- At the main staging area
St. Rita’s Delphos ing workers and supplies. for oil cleanup efforts around
Ambulatory Care Center But Hurricane Alex churn- Grand Isle, stacks of boom,
Relay for Life team will ing in the Gulf turned many bottled water, ice chests and
sponsor a scrapbook people fighting the massive cleaning materials stood
event from 9 a.m. to mid- 11-week-old spill into specta- ready to load up when the
Mild weather great for skating
Stacy Taff photo
night on Oct. 23 at the tors on Tuesday. And they work restarted.
Delphos Eagles Lodge. will be for days. Brothers Otis and Vahn
Representatives from 12-year--old Quinn LeValley showed his skateboarding prowess Tuesday at “Yesterday we had red- Butler of Houma got there
“Close to My Heart” & Waterworks park along with friends Chad Rutledge and Joe Gormon. caps instead of white caps,” jobs just three days ago.
“Creative Memories”

State program to benefit area schools


said Jesse Alling, a marine “I like the work,” Otis
will help with scrap- science technician with the Butler said. “We’ve been
booking needs. Coast Guard. steady busy until today. Now
Several raffles: Cricut, Officials scrambled to we’re mostly standing around
scrapbook items, other BY MICHAEL FORD He also said the elementary will focus on
The Delphos Herald rearranging classrooms in order to have all reposition boom to protect and looking around. We just
miscellaneous items. the coast, and had to remove find things to do when we can
The team will also mford@delphosherald.com of its youngest students in close proximity to
each other. barges that had been blocking today. But once this is over, I
hold a silent auction oil from reaching sensitive bet we’ll be twice as busy.”
ending at 6 p.m. While students and teachers take a break “We’re painting and moving classrooms
for the summer, districts around the region around; we’re moving the kindergarten class wetlands. Those operations The loss of skimming work
Other items include: could soon get a boost. The combined with 25 mph gusts
• Hourly door prizes conduct routine custodial duties such as clean- that was downstairs by the cafeteria upstairs.
ing rooms, waxing floors and resurfacing First grade is being moved down and second U.S. accepted offers of help driving water into the coast
from noon to 10 p.m. from 12 countries and inter- has left beaches especially
• Lunch is provided gymnasium hardwood. In addition, several grade is being moved down. Other than that,
are participating in an initiative that began in we have no major projects,” he said. national organizations. Japan, vulnerable. In Alabama, the
with pop/water. for instance, was sending two normally white sand was
• Snacks and drinks state government and benefits area taxpayers, Delphos public schools will also spend
skimmers and boom. streaked with long lines of
provided all day. schools and the environment. approximately $7,500 to repave parking lots oil. One swath of beach 40
Delphos City and Fort Jennings Local have at the administration building and middle Alex is projected to head
Table space is lim- for the Texas-Mexico border feet wide was stained brown
ited. First come first serve. taken advantage of the Ohio School Facilities school and conduct a patchwork project on the and mottled with globs of oil
Commission Energy Conservation Program. middle school roof. region and stay far from the
Registration deadline is Sept. spill zone off the Louisiana matted together.
1. Drop checks and registra- This was enacted by House Bill 264 and Ottoville Local Schools Superintendent The nasty weather will
involves rebates through American Electric Scott Mangus said nothing other than routine coast. It is not expected to
tion forms off at the Delphos affect work at the site of likely linger in the Gulf
Ambulatory Care Center Power to install energy-efficient light bulbs. cleaning is planned for the summer. He added through Thursday, National
“We have completed our lighting project, that the energy conservation program is under the blown-out well. But the
(1800 E. Fifth St.), or mail to storm’s outer edges compli- Weather Service meteorolo-
Stacey Bennett, 111 Sophia’s which cost about $130,000 to put in more review by his maintenance director. gist Brian LaMarre said.
energy-efficient lights in all but the middle cated the cleanup. Waves
Lane, Ottawa, OH 45875 by were as high as 12 feet in Scientists have said
deadline. Make all checks school. This will save the district money in the rough seas and winds,
the long run and we got some rebates from parts of the Gulf, accord-
payable to Stacey Bennett. ing to the National Weather though, could actually help
Checks are nonrefundable. AEP. There isn’t as much payback with the break apart the oil and make
middle school but we will have to do some- Service.
Any questions: call Early today Alex had it evaporate faster.
the Delphos Ambulatory thing because, as was the case with the other See ALEX page 2
buildings, the light bulbs we were using will
Care Center at 419-996-
5676 and ask for X-ray no longer be manufactured. So, we had to do It’s My Job
Hanna uses attraction to
(Stacey, Caryn, Charissa, something and this was a good opportunity,”
Julie or Stacie) or e-mail said Delphos City Schools Superintendent
Jeff Price.
psychology to help children
your questions to cewen-
ning@health-partners.org. Fort Jennings Local Schools is also taking
All proceeds go to the advantage of the “green” program.
Delphos Relay for Life. “We’re working with AEP to replace all BY SARA BERELSMAN
of our lights with energy-efficient bulbs. The Delphos Herald
For every one we bought, we got close to
Sports
sberelsman@delphosherald.com
50 percent back through the program. All of
our lights are at the 5- or 6-year mark where DAYTON — Jennifer
Bearcat girls they start going out, so we took advantage of
this opportunity,” said Superintendent Nick
Hanna, of Delphos, always
knew she wanted to help
holding cage Langhals.
Jennings also plans to switch from pro-
people.
“Although I started out as
camp pane to natural gas this summer in order to
have a more clean-burning fuel and get away
a music major thinking of
going into music therapy, I
The Spencerville Lady from the frequent fluctuation in propane fuel went into counseling,” she
Bearcats Basketball Camp prices. said.
will be held at Spencerville St. John’s Schools are also participating in Hanna earned her masters
High School July 12-14. the program. of counseling in Springfield,
This instructional camp “We are replacing some of the light fix- Missouri, at Central Bible
will be from 12:30-3:00 p.m. tures in the gym. They will be brighter and Michael Ford photo College and now works as
for girls entering grades 6-8; more energy-efficient but we aren’t putting in Jefferson High School student Jeff HANNA
a counselor for elementary
the Little Bearcats camp will as many as we now have, so that will affect Schleeter mops classrooms at the middle school children at Samaritan
be from 9-11:30 a.m. for the financial savings and I don’t know how school. Tri-county school districts each Behavioral Health in the is taking some sort of medi-
girls entering grades 3-5. much that will be yet,” said Business Manager employ students for summer cleaning, Dayton area. cation and they just didn’t
The cost of the camp Ted Hanf. while other projects are conducted. While she doesn’t mind realize it.”
is $40 and each par- the drive, she would be open What Hanna encounters on
ticipant will receive a to finding something closer to a daily basis at work involves
T-shirt and basketball. home and has thought about children who have many
To register, contact starting her own practice in times been exposed to a lot of
coach Katie Fisher by the area. trauma such as drug overdos-
phone at (419) 234-3755 “I was always attracted to es and shootings. Although
or e-mail at fisher.696@ the science of psychology,” some have issues that aren’t
buckeyemail.osu.edu she explained. “What makes severe, they just might lack
people act the way they act the coping skills many others
were taught as children.
Forecast and do what they do?”
Hanna stressed that when “Some of the kids have
Sunny it comes to society as a whole, trouble paying attention in
Thursday; there is still a stigma involved class, or they have behavioral
high in mid with mental health and admit- problems,” she said. “I do a
70s. See ting the need for professional lot of play therapy.”
page 2. help. With the close, trusting
“There is just a lack of relationships she tries to build
knowledge and education with each client, some might
about it, about the history assume a high risk of “taking
Index of psychology and psychol- the job home at night” or feel-
Obituaries 2 ogy in general,” she said. ing a burden if a client didn’t
State/Local 3 “Most people think if they’re magically “get better.”
Photo submitted depressed, they shouldn’t talk “It might sound callous,
Politics 4
Community 5 Ottoville Volunteer Fire Department about it, and so it remains
this stigma in our society. I
but at the end of the day, no
matter what happens, it’s a
receives infrared camera
Sports 6-7 job. I leave it at work; I don’t
Classifieds 9 want to raise the awareness
and increase the knowledge think about it when I get
TV 10 Rich Wurst (2nd from left), Otto Wenzlick (middle) and Don Miller (right) from the of these disorders. The more home. I can’t,” Hanna said.
World News 11 Ottoville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post present Ottoville Volunteer Fire Department people see that it’s okay to She also said that she does
Chief Dennis Bendele and Assistant Chief Dan Honigford with an Eclipse infrared talk about it, the less taboo it the best she can and that she
camera. The camera cost $4,800 and is used to see temperature variations in buildings is. If people would just bother can’t expect miracles when
and for search and rescue. It’s a smaller unit for the first responders to see hot spots to find out, they’ll see that it comes to positive changes
in structure fires. almost everyone they know See HANNA, page 2
2 – The Herald Wednesday, June 30, 2010 www.delphosherald.com

For The Record


Courts need $40 million Alex FUNERALS The Daily
Herald
(Continued from page 1)

for border security plan


GRONE, Katherine
The wave action, combined “Trinka” (Edwards), 66, of
with dispersants sprayed by the Lake Senaca, Montpelier, Vol. 141 No. 15
Coast Guard, have helped break graveside services will begin Nancy Spencer, editor
a 6-by-30-mile oil patch into at 11 a.m. Friday at St. John’s Ray Geary, business manager
By AMANDA budget proposals, but wasn’t take cases home on weekends smaller patches, Coast Guard Catholic Cemetery in Delphos, Don Hemple,
LEE MYERS in this case. and while they travel. Cmdr. Joe Higgens said. the Rev. Jacob Gordon offici- advertising manager
The Associated Press White House spokesman Judges in the five bor- “It’s good news because there ating. There is no visitation. Tiffany Brantley,
Luis Miranda said the request der courts handle hundreds is less on the surface,” Higgens Memorials are to the Williams circulation manager
PHOENIX — President wasn’t submitted with the more cases than most of their said. “It’s surface oil that washes County Humane Society. William Kohl, general manager/
Barack Obama’s $600 mil- president’s because it’s a sep- counterparts in the rest of the up on the beaches.” WOODWORTH, Londa Eagle Print
lion border security plan arate branch of government. country. On the beach, cleanup L., 56, of Delphos, funeral The Daily Herald (USPS 1525
seems to have it all: More Obama’s plan does include The system became so workers struggled with wind services begin at 11 a.m. 8000) is published daily except
than 1,000 agents, seven gun- more money for immigration overrun with pot busts, for that blew sand into their eyes Thursday at Harter and Sundays and Holidays.
runner teams, five FBI task judges, which operate in the example, that until recent- and mouths and humidity that Schier Funeral Home, the By carrier in Delphos and
let the sand stick to their skin. Rev. David Howell officiat- area towns, or by rural motor
forces and more prosecutors executive branch. But those ly federal prosecutors in
Jefferson Parish Council ing. Burial will follow in route where available $2.09 per
and immigration judges. judges deal almost exclusive- Arizona generally declined to member Chris Roberts said Walnut Grove Cemetery. week. By mail in Allen, Van
But it doesn’t include $40 ly with civil deportation mat- press charges against mari- the oil was entering passes Friends may call from 2-4 Wert, or Putnam County, $105
million to help the already ters, not criminal cases, like juana smugglers caught with Tuesday at Barataria Bay, per year. Outside these counties
overwhelmed federal courts the district courts. less than 500 pounds. home to diverse wildlife. A and 6-8 p.m. today and for $119 per year.
along the U.S.-Mexico bor- The chief judge for the The increase in immigra- day earlier, barges that had an hour prior to the ser- Entered in the post office
der that will likely be inun- District of Arizona in tion cases since 2005 can be been placed in the bay to block vice at the funeral home. in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
dated with additional drug Tucson, located in what’s attributed to increased law the oil were removed because Memorials are to the Allen Periodicals, postage paid at
and other criminal cases, a become the busiest corridor enforcement and a Border of rough seas. Boom was being County Humane Society. Delphos, Ohio.
judiciary official tells The for illegal immigration and Patrol initiative to arrest and displaced and had to be reposi- No mail subscriptions will be
Associated Press.
Increased patrols will mean
drug smuggling, said he fears
that increased patrols will
prosecute illegal immigrants
in federal courts on charges
tioned, he said in an e-mail.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy
WEATHER accepted in towns or villages
where The Daily Herald paper
more arrests and more cases bring even more cases to his of illegal entry, rather than Management, Regulation, and Delphos Weather carriers or motor routes provide
sent to the five district courts already swamped court. send them to an immigration Enforcement said 28 platforms daily home delivery for $2.09
on the border, from California “If you have more agents judge for civil deportation and three rigs in the path of the The high temperature per week.
to Texas. The courts handle in the field, they’re going proceedings. storm in the western Gulf have Tuesday in Delphos was 72 405 North Main St.
cases including drug traf- to make more apprehensions. In Arizona, nearly 23,000 been evacuated. Still in the water and the low was 51. A year TELEPHONE 695-0015
ficking, smuggling and ille- ... Being here on the ground people were charged with are vessels being used to capture ago today, the high was 74 Office Hours
gal immigrants charged with in the middle of everything immigration offenses in fiscal or burn spewing oil and gas and and the low was 61. The 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
those drilling relief wells that record high for today is 99, POSTMASTER: Send address
other serious crimes. happening, we would have year 2009, almost triple the
changes
“The current workload in to have more resources if 7,700 people charged with such officials say are the best hope for set in 1953 and the record low
of 42 was set in 1943. to THE DAILY HERALD,
our Southwest border courts is they’re going to bring us offenses in fiscal year 2005, stopping the leak for good.
405 N. Main St.
staggering,” said James Duff, more cases,” Judge John Roll according to Duff’s office. The storm pushed the oil WEATHER FORECAST Delphos, Ohio 45833
director of the Administrative told The AP. Immigration offenses more patch toward Grand Isle and Tri-county
Office of the United States Last fiscal year, which than doubled in that time in uninhabited Elmer’s Island, The Associated Press
Courts. ended Sept. 30, nearly 2,700 New Mexico and the south- dumping tar balls as big as
apples on the beach.
TONIGHT: Clear. Lows POLICE REPORT
Duff said the judiciary of the district’s more than ern district of California, and in the lower 50s. North winds
asked Congress for the $40 5,200 criminal cases involved nearly doubled in the west- “The sad thing is that it’s been 5 to 10 mph.
about three weeks since we had
Teenager cited
million on June 22 after immigration, Roll wrote in a ern district of Texas. Such THURSDAY: Sunny.
realizing it wasn’t sent with letter this month to a hand- cases grew by 70 percent in any big oil come in here,” marine Highs in the mid 70s. North At 9:40 a.m. Tuesday, a
Obama’s plan. He said judi- ful of lawmakers on appro- the southern district of Texas, science technician Michael winds 5 to 10 mph. traffic accident occurred when
ciary requests are usually priations committees. He said which saw the most total Malone. “With this weather we THURSDAY NIGHT: the driver of one vehicle failed
included with the president’s judges work long hours and cases at 26,700. lost all the progress we made.” Clear. Lows in the lower 50s. to stop behind another vehi-
Hurricane warnings were Northeast winds 5 to 10 mph. cle.
posted for parts of the coast
In memory of IN THE WORLD TODAY along Mexico and Texas.
becoming east after midnight. Paul Hesseling, 79, of
Except for the border area itself, EXTENDED FORECAST Delphos, was stopped at the
DARRELL R. By The Associated Press
Today is Wednesday, June
though, most of the warning FRIDAY: Sunny. Highs
in the upper 70s. East winds
stop sign at First and State
Streets when Cassandra
area is lightly populated.
WIECHART 30, the 181st day of 2010. So far, between 70.8 mil- around 5 mph. Schimmoeller, 17, of Delphos,
8/20/1934 - 6/30/2004 There are 184 days left in the lion gallons and 137.6 million FRIDAY NIGHT, pulled up behind his vehicle
Our hearts still ache with sadness, year. of oil have spewed into the THURSDAY: Clear. Lows in and rear-ended it with her
and secret tears still flow, Today’s Highlight in Gulf from the broken BP well, the mid 50s. Highs in the mid own.
History: There were no injuries
Page 80s.
What it meant to lose you, according to government and
Delphos Herald_1.83inx3in
no one can ever know. On June 30, 1860, the BP estimates. The higher esti-
1 of 1
SATURDAY NIGHT- and moderate damage to both
famous Oxford University mate is enough oil to fill half SUNDAY NIGHT: Clear. vehicles. Schimmoeller was
Sadly missed by wife Barbara, Museum debate on Darwin’s of New York’s Empire State Lows in the upper 60s. Highs cited for an Assured Clear
family and friends theory of evolution took place Building with oil. in the upper 80s. Distance Ahead violation.

Hanna
as Anglican Bishop Samuel
Wilberforce led his side in
Workin’ Family denouncing the concept,
while biologist T.H. Huxley (Continued from page 1) and they think that there must live with clinical depression
rose to defend it. (Although be something wrong with them and other mental illnesses;
Workin’ Family exact details of the debate, in people. if they need medicine. it doesn’t mean a person is
which was not transcribed, “The success rate can’t both- “The highest success rate “crazy” or should be locked
are in dispute, it is generally er me,” she said. “Realistically comes from a combination of up. She stated that although
believed that Huxley’s side not everyone will change, and behavioral therapy and medi- acceptance has improved, so
Deal prevailed.)
On this date:
I’ve learned that.” cation,” she expressed. “Yeah, many misconceptions continue
Deal To increase the overall some people don’t need medi- to exist about psychological
In 1958, the U.S. Senate awareness of disorders like cation and might just feel bet- disorders. She has even thought
passed the Alaska statehood depression and anxiety among ter through eating right and about starting a support group
1 Large 2 Item Pizza bill by a vote of 64-20. people, Hanna recommends exercising, but people who in the area for those living with
1 Large 2 Item Pizza something as simple as dis- really do need medication, depression and other debilitat-
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“Be open to talking about imbalance, will benefit from “Many people think those
4 Cheesy Breadsticks it,” she said. “Once people start
talking, others will see that it’s
taking an antidepressant.”
Just from watching television
with depression use it a crutch.
Sure, we all get ‘the blues’
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to take medicine if you’re person can respond somewhat a weakness because he or she
depressed. Mental health issues differently to different medica- has a chemical imbalance, or
are no different than any other tions,” she said. “While they because life has thrown several
medical condition.” all have the same end goal, a curve balls and he or she needs
Hanna said she thinks one person’s chemistry reacts spe- help dealing with it,” she con-
of the reasons people are so cifically to a particular drug.” tinued. “Most people just don’t
resistant to taking medication When it comes down to it, understand these disorders. Be
for depression is because they Hanna said, individuals need open to talking about it. Educate
662 Elida Ave., Delphos think they should be able to to initiate the dialogue within yourself — read books about it.
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POLITICS “The good Lord set definite limits on man’s wisdom, but set no limits on his
stupidity — and that’s not fair!”
— Konrad Adenauer, German statesman (1876-1967)

Kagan moves step closer


By JESSE J. HOLLAND ed back-and-forth, Sen. Jeff legal issues or her political
The Associated Press Sessions of Alabama accused views, despite her having
Kagan of defying federal law once denounced Supreme
WASHINGTON — by barring recruiters from Court nominees for dodging
Supreme Court nominee Harvard Law School’s career questions.
Elena Kagan, who has dis- services office because of her “You are dancing a bit
played a cool demeanor and strong opposition to the mili- — maybe you should be on
a sense of humor during her tary’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” ’Dancing with the Stars,”’
Senate Judiciary Committee policy banning openly gay said Sen. Tom Coburn,
hearing, was expected to service members. R-Okla. Later, he pressed her
move one step closer today “I know what happened on how she would take off
to succeeding Justice John at Harvard. I know you were her “political hat.”
Paul Stevens, barring a major an outspoken leader against “That hat has not been on
gaffe. the military policy,” said for many years,” Kagan shot
Republicans who oppose Sessions, the committee’s back.
her nomination will need to top Republican. “I know you She did call recent Supreme
resort to a filibuster to block acted without legal author- Court rulings upholding gun
a confirmation vote, a pros- ity to reverse Harvard’s pol- rights “binding precedent.”
pect that seems less and less icy and deny those military She said the court’s rulings
likely. equal access to campus until require that in any law regu-
A few uncomfortable you were threatened by the lating abortion “the woman’s
exchanges with Republican United States government of life and the woman’s health
senators about her treatment loss of federal funds.” have to be protected.” She
of the military and her politi- Kagan said she was trying said a 5-4 decision this year
‘Bucking’ GOP cal views didn’t slow down to balance Harvard’s nondis-

IT WAS NEWS THEN


that corporations and unions
Kagan during Tuesday’s crimination policy, which she
were free to spend their own
establishment hearing. She tried to assure
conservatives that her work
believed “don’t ask, don’t
tell” violated, with a federal money on political activity
One Year Ago in Colorado as a Clinton White House
aide and as President Barack
law that required schools to
give military recruiters equal
was “settled law.”
A master of the deadpan
• Hundreds of listeners filled Stadium Park for the per- GLENWOOD SPRINGS, quip, Kagan used humor to
formance of the 3rd Floor Band during the Delphos Rotary Obama’s solicitor general access as a condition of eligi-
Colo. (AP) — In a dingy, wouldn’t make her a partisan bility for federal funds. disarm some senators.
Club’s Concert in the Park series. wood-paneled restaurant with justice. “We were trying to make She told the notoriously
a $9 pizza buffet, Ken Buck is “It’s all about law when sure that military recruiters cranky Sen. Arlen Specter,
25 Years Ago — 1985 waging the latest fight with a
• Dr. John H. Jones of Columbus, has joined Dr. E. F. you put on a judge’s robes,” had full and complete access D-Pa., that allowing televi-
Republican Party establishment Kagan said. “It’s not about to our students, but we were
Laman, 151 W. Third St., in his veterinary practice. Dr. sion in the Supreme Court
that favors candidates with politics, it’s not about policy. also trying to protect our own
Jones graduated summa cum laude from the College of shinier political pedigrees. — something Specter objects
It’s all about law and mak- antidiscrimination policy and to — would mean “I’d have
Veterinary Medicine at Ohio State University, a member of A group of retirees has ing your best judgment about to protect the students whom
the college’s centennial class. Dr. Jones’s wife, Bonnie, is gathered to hear Buck, a pros- to get my hair done more
what the law requires. And it is ... supposed to protect, often.”
also a veterinarian working with Dr. McNutt in Lima. ecutor who had little name rec- that is the pledge that I said which in this case were our
• A friendship was renewed this week in Spencerville ognition until he became a hero That got a smile. “You
to conservatives by targeting
is the only pledge I would gay and lesbian students,”
when Jim Wu and his wife Yen flew from New York to pay make yesterday and I’ll make she said. have shown a really admi-
a visit at the Lealand “Mouse” Wierwille home. The friend- illegal immigrants in northeast rable sense of humor, and
Colorado’s Weld County. For it again now.” Republicans were also
ship began in 1952 in Korea and was kept alive through the Some Republicans didn’t frustrated by her refusal to I think that is really impor-
years by an annual exchange of Christmas cards. the past year, the indefatigable tant,” Specter said.
Buck has pitched a hard-right seem convinced. In a heat- answer questions on specific
• Angie Moore, 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Denny

Petraeus open to changes in pullout


Moore of Delphos, was honored recently for having the conservatism to tea party fol-
highest junior bowling score in the state in her age group. lowers and GOP clubs, turning
She was awarded a medal from the Youth Alliance Bowlers the Republican Senate prima-
ry into a fiercely competitive By ANNE GEARAN and battlefield rules, designed said. “As we take away the
Association and a ribbon for her score of 277. race. ANNE FLAHERTY to limit civilian casualties enemy’s safe havens and
His rival, Jane Norton, is a for- The Associated Press and improve support for reduce the enemy’s freedom
50 Years Ago — 1960 mer lieutenant governor backed the foreign forces fighting of action, the insurgents will
• The Delphos Rotary-Legion team topped Coldwater, by the National Republican WASHINGTON — Gen. the Taliban-led insurgency. fight back.”
9-5, in a game called after the sixth inning in Celina. The Senatorial Committee and David Petraeus left open the Some troops and congres- Beneath bipartisan rounds
local team jumped off to a 2-0 lead in the top of the first only most Republican senators. She possibility of recommend- sional Republicans complain of praise for Petraeus lay fault
to have Coldwater tie it up in the bottom of the inning. But raised nearly $1 million her ing that President Barack they handicap U.S. forces. lines over the nearly nine-
the Delphos team added three more runs in the third and led first few weeks in the race and Obama delay his plans to Obama has said troops year war. A make-or-break
the game with a four-run fourth. The only extra-base blow in once appeared to be a shoo-in. start withdrawing troops from will begin to leave in July military push across south-
the game came in the first inning, when Laudick, who had 2 But she’s run into Republican Afghanistan next summer if 2011, but that the pace and ern Afghanistan is stuck in
hits in 2 at-bats, doubled in two runs. Fred Dray started on resentment over the party’s the new commander can’t size of the withdrawal will neutral, though U.S. officials
the mound for Delphos and struck out five, walked five and failed choices in recent elec-
turn around the stalemated depend upon conditions. insist there are signs of prog-
allowed four hits. He was relieved by Hirn who struck out tions — and the denim-clad
Buck’s tireless campaign and war. Petraeus did not rule out ress and reason for hope.
three, walked none and allowed two hits. “There will be an assess- a significant exodus then, “On the Democratic side,
folksy charm.
Buck rails against ment at the end of this year as Vice President Joe Biden there is solid support. But
75 Years Ago — 1935 after which undoubtedly we’ll favors, but he would not there’s also the beginnings of
• The Inter-club League which has been formed by Democrats, President Barack
Obama’s health care overhaul make certain tweaks, refine- promise one either. Petraeus fraying of that support” for
members of the Park Horseshoe Club, is ready to begin ments, perhaps some signifi- has previously said that he the war, committee Chairman
play when Frank Sakemiller’s team will meet Claris Fritz’s and the federal stimulus pack-
age. Then he rolls right to criti- cant changes,” Petraeus told would recommend putting Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich.,
tossers. The teams are as follows: J. A. Ayers, captain; a Senate panel Tuesday of the off any large-scale withdraw- said ahead of Tuesday’s ses-
cize his own party.
Pleas Moorman, John Hittle and Dave Baringer; Frank “These issues were around battle plan and the timeline al if security conditions in sion.
Sakemiller, captin; Chas. Gould, Minor Truesdale; Cloris when we had power,” said Obama has laid out. Afghanistan can’t sustain it. As the number of troop
Fritz, captain; Carl Gladen and Wilbur Ayers. Buck, 51. “And we did noth- The Senate Armed Services The general, credited with deaths rise, support for the
• Initial plans for the beautification of state ground at the ing.” Committee quickly approved turning around the Iraq war war is dropping in the United
rear of the post office were made at a meeting of Delphos The retirees nod. Petraeus for the job of run- after the height of sectarian States and Europe. June is
Legionnaires. The state has given to Commemorative Post Upstarts have toppled the ning the Afghan war, and the violence there in 2006, told the deadliest month of the
No. 268, authority to make a Memorial Park on state ground parties’ preferred candidates full Senate was expected to the Senate panel that Obama war so far, with the total U.S.
on the east bank of the canal between First and Second in a handful of Senate pri- confirm him today. Obama wants him to provide unvar- deaths above 1,000, and the
streets. This plot is approximately 40 feet by 200 feet. maries, from Republican nominated Petraeus to take nished military advice. new British government says
• An excellent of marksmanship was given at a meet- contests in Kentucky and over from the disgraced Gen. He did not paint a rosy it wants its troops out in five
ing of Commemorative Post, No. 28 American Legion, by Nevada to Democratic races Stanley McChrystal, fired last picture on Tuesday. years.
Ralph S. Marshal of Lima. One of the most difficult feats in Pennsylvania and North
week for disparaging remarks “My sense is that the tough A careful student of poli-
was the smashing of two disks placed ten feet apart, using Carolina. Voters fed up with the
status quo have embraced the about his civilian bosses. fighting will continue; indeed, tics, Petraeus gave something
two pistols fired simultaneously. The climax of the shooting Petraeus also told senators it may get more intense in the to everyone while leaving
exhibition was the clipping of a cigarette from the mouth of hard-charging hopefuls prom-
ising to upend Washington. that he may change the war’s next few months,” Petraeus himself room to maneuver.
a smoker with a blast from a 44-calibre weapon.
The Oprah presidency
WASHINGTON -- If and therefore reassuring. Global Language Monitor,
Moderately Bill Clinton was our first KATHLEEN PARKER Generally speaking, men which tracks and analyzes
Confused black president, as Toni and women communicate language.

Point
Morrison once proclaimed, differently. Women tend to Granted, the century is
then Barack Obama may be be coalition builders rather young -- and it shouldn’t sur-
our first woman president. than mavericks (with the prise anyone that Obama’s
Phew. That was fun. Now,
if you’ll just keep those of View occasional rogue exception).
While men seek ways to
rhetoric would simmer next
to George W. Bush’s boil.
hatchets holstered and hear measure themselves against But passivity in a leader is
me out. others, for reasons requiring not a reassuring posture.
No, I’m not calling Obama ways our former first lady no elaboration, women form Campbell’s research, in
a girlie president. But ... he was chastised for the sin of circles and talk it out. which she affirms that men
may be suffering a rhetorical- talking like a lawyer, and by Obama is a chatterbox can assume feminine com-
testosterone deficit when it extension, “like a man.” who makes Alan Alda look munication styles successful-
comes to dealing with crises, Could it be that Obama is like Genghis Khan. ly (Ronald Reagan and Bill
with which he has been richly suffering from the inverse? The BP oil crisis has Clinton), suggests holes in
endowed. When Morrison wrote offered a textbook case of my own theory. She insists
It isn’t that he isn’t “cow- in The New Yorker about how Obama’s rhetorical style that males are safe assum-
boy” enough, as others Bill Clinton’s “blackness,” has impeded his effective- ing female styles as long as
have suggested. Aren’t we she cited the characteristics ness. The president may not they meet rhetorical norms
done with that? It is that his he shared with the African- have had the ability to “plug for effective advocacy -- clar-
American community: the damn hole,” as he put it in ity and cogency of argument,
approach is feminine in a appropriate and compelling
normative sense. That is, we “Clinton displays almost one of his manlier outbursts.
every trope of blackness: sin- evidence, and pre-empting
perceive and appraise him No one expected him to don opposing positions.
gle-parent household, born his wetsuit and dive into the
according to cultural expec- I’m not so sure. The
poor, working-class, saxo- Gulf, but he did have the
tations and he’s not exactly phone-playing, McDonald’s- masculine coded context
causing anxiety in Alpha- authority to intervene imme- of the Oval Office poses
and-junk-food-loving boy diately and he didn’t. Instead,
maledom. from Arkansas.” special challenges, further
We’ve come a long way he deferred to BP, weighing, exacerbated by a crisis that
If we accept that prem- considering, even delivering demands decisive action. It
gender-wise. Not so long ise, even if unseriously prof- jokes to the White House would appear that Obama
ago, women would be cen- fered, then we could say that Correspondents’ Association tests Campbell’s argument
sured for speaking or writ- Obama displays many tropes dinner when he should have that “nothing prevents” men
ing in public. But cultural
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
of femaleness. I say this in been on Air Force One to the from appropriating women’s
expectations are stickier and the nicest possible way. I Louisiana coast. style without negative conse-
sludgier than oil. Our enlight- don’t happen to think that His lack of immediate, quences.
The Delphos Herald welcomes letters to the editor. Letters ened human selves may want doing things a woman’s way Indeed, negative reaction
should be no more than 400 words. The newspaper reserves commanding action was per-
to eliminate gender norms is evidence of deficiency, but to Obama’s speech suggests
the right to edit content for length, clarity and grammar. Letters ceived as a lack of leader-
but our lizard brains have a rather suggests an evolution- the opposite. Obama may
concerning private matters will not be published. different agenda. ship because, well, it was.
ary achievement. prove to be our first male
Failure to supply a full name, home address and daytime Women, inarguably, still Nevertheless, we still do When he finally addressed
president who pays a political
phone number will slow the verification process and delay pub- are punished for failing to have certain cultural expec- the nation on day 56 (!) of price for acting too much like
lication. adhere to gender norms by tations, especially related the crisis, Obama’s speech
Letters can be mailed to The Delphos Herald, 405 N. Main a woman.
acting “too masculine” or to leadership. When we ask featured 13 percent passive- And, perhaps, next time
St., Delphos, Ohio 45833, faxed to 419-692-7704 or e-mailed “not feminine enough.” In questions about a politician’s voice constructions, the high- will be a real woman’s turn.
to nspencer@delphosherald.com. Authors should clearly state her fascinating study about
they want the message published as a letter to the editor. Anon- beliefs, family or hobbies, est level measured in any Kathleen Parker’s e-mail
“Hating Hillary,” Karlyn we’re looking for familiarity, major presidential address address is kathleenparker@
ymous letters will not be printed. Kohrs Campbell details the what we can cite as “normal” this century, according to the washpost.com
www.delphosherald.com Wednesday, June 30, 2010 The Herald – 5

COMMUNITY
LANDMARK
Editor gives Lovina Putnam County libraries
set July events
much-needed break
BY KEVIN WILLIAMS September and beyond this ing more orders. I’m oddly
The Putnam County
District Library in Ottawa
has announced upcom-
ing events at its locations
Continental at 3 p.m.
July 12
Columbus Grove at 1
p.m. July 13
column will probably be optimistic about the col- as well as other county Pandora-Riley at 3 p.m.
Fountain Park Lovina is taking a much- on sound ground for a long umn’s future. Ironically, libraries. July 13
Van Wert needed break time. It’s getting more people now read The Movie Time at the This event is sponsored
this week after a to September Amish Cook in more plac- Library by donations from Putnam
tough month of that is tricky es than ever before thanks The Putnam County County Businesses. Come
CALENDAR OF losing a niece,
holding a funeral
and I don‘t want
all the amaz-
to our growing Facebook
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District Library in Ottawa
(located at the Educational
out and see various birds
of prey. All are welcome
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ingly supportive
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gram.
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6 p.m. — Shepherds of serious head inju- this column to ing and also purchasing Thursday. “Silent Library”
Christ Associates meet in the ry to 12-year-old come up short. If additional time for the All children in grades Program
St. John’s Chapel. daughter, Verena. we can make it column. This is a way to 5-12 are invited to par- The Putnam County
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ping. insightful, sweet self. She on this book, it will be my cover the costs of a set, you Rehab Center on the fol- Come and try your skill
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although she still has some my journey. are slower. (On a sepa-
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World Cup ... second take


Sometimes, things to feeling.
Spain, Paraguay advance in WCup
write about fall into my Soccer is a great game By SIMON HAYDON “The match was extreme- on high-tech methods to improve how fast the game is and as a
lap. — these guys and gals The Associated Press ly intense,” Spain coach decision-making on the pitch fol- referee, you can’t see everything,”
lowing the errors in Bloemfontein Donovan said. “So you either need
Take the World Cup and are out there busting their Vicente del Bosque said. “In and Johannesburg, when Germany more eyes on the field or you need
the continuing controversy butts. It seems to me that JOHANNESBURG — the second half, we were bet- and Argentina advanced. some sort of instant replay. It’s
about some ... er, uh, ah ... the officials — especially Spain showed touches of ter than Portugal. We had “Naturally, we deplore when frustrating to put that much into
“interesting” officiating. at that level with so much the class that won the 2008 greater depth in our play and you see the evidence of referees’ something you’re doing and then
The “no-goal” that on the line — should also European Championship we controlled the game very mistakes,” said Blatter, adding it all of a sudden, it’s taken away
would be “a nonsense” for FIFA from you.”
England “didn’t” score be out there doing the same and Paraguay went the limit, well.” not to look again at goal-line tech- Fresh off the plane from South
against Germany that and I sometimes wonder if needing a shootout to dispose Paraguay qualified for the nology with its rule-making panel. Africa, Donovan spoke to a group
crossed the line (even the that is true. of Japan at the World Cup. quarterfinals for the first time “After having witnessed such a sit- of student volunteers. He was a
German coach David Villa finished off a when Oscar Cardozo finished uation,” — referring to England’s surprise guest as part of a forum
non-goal against Germany — “we for the National Conference on
conceded that); JIM METCALFE fluid move of intricate pass- off a 5-3 win in a penalty
have to open again this file, defi- Volunteering and Service.
another goal ing — classical Spanish soc- shootout victory over Japan nitely. Naturally, we will take on Students cheered and hollered
disallowed cer — to finally break down after 120 minutes of exhaust- board again the discussion about when Donovan joined the stage.
in the United
States match Metcalfe’s Portugal’s defense and give
Spain a 1-0 victory. Villa’s
ing play in Pretoria’s Loftus
Versfeld Stadium. The deci-
technology. Something has to be
changed.”
The refereeing system won’t
They asked the star of the U.S.
World Cup team questions about
his game-winning goal against
versus Algeria goal was his fourth of the sive miss came when Yuichi
due to an off-
sides call (look
Musings tournament, putting him a
tie atop the scoring list in
Komano hit the crossbar with
Japan’s third kick.
be changed midway through the
World Cup. Blatter added the panel,
known as the International Football
Algeria, how to spread football’s
popularity and volunteering.
“(I’m) trying to stay in front of
at the replay: South Africa, while his coun- “We prac- Association peoples’ eyes,” he replied. “Some
there is no way terpart, Portuguese star and ticed penalty Board, would of it is beyond our control.”
2008 world player of the year kicks once, so begin consider- He added he hopes the U.S. run
that side referee ing changes at a in the World Cup will be forever
saw offsides because there I understand it is a Cristiano Ronaldo, could not nobody could July meeting in remembered.
WAS none for him to see, tough game to call some- inspire his nation. Ronaldo say we weren’t Cardiff, Wales. Other celebrity guests included
so he simply made it up times because of the action was billed as one of the top prepared,” Uruguay’s Ben Nemtin from the MTV show
- did you get the feeling involved — there is so stars coming into the tourna- coach Gerardo Jorge Larrionda “The Buried Life” and former first
and Italy’s daughter, Barbara Bush.
that the fates were simply much going on — and ment in South Africa but left Martino said. Roberto Rosetti, Elano out for Brazil: Elano
against the USA making many a player will do his/ much as England’s Wayne “But our exe- whose blunders will not play for Brazil in Friday’s
it to the next round?) but her part to “help” the refer- Rooney did: with bitter dis- cutions weren’t prompted the World Cup quarterfinal match
one that should have been ees out — heh heh — and appointment. too good. FIFA turnaround, against the Netherlands because of
disallowed — Argentina players do make mistakes Villa, in contention to “You can’t have been left a right ankle injury, a team doctor
off the list of announced today.
versus Mexico — because but they also have an oppo- replace Ronaldo as Iberia’s recreate the referees for the Jose Luis Runco said Elano
of a clear offsides but was nent trying to force them biggest football star, saw his environment rest of the World may be fit by next week but did
not due to ... who knows? into mistakes. first shot blocked by Portugal you’ll face in a Cup. FIFA did not rule out the possibility that the
FIFA’s response? Ban Yet again, maybe these goalkeeper Eduardo but on real game, with not announce its playmaker could miss the rest of
showing replays of the con- controversies are exactly the rebound, he coolly put 40,000 fans.” reasons but referees involved in the World Cup.
controversy rarely make it to the Elano scored a goal in each of
troversial calls in the sta- what FIFA wants, to keep home the ball with his right But the execution was per- later rounds. Brazil’s first two matches and was
diums!! Apologize to the the focus on the World Cup foot. The goal was set up fect, climaxed by Cardozo’s Donovan: Football needs practicing normally Tuesday but
teams affected!!! hot and heavy. by superb passing from mid- winner. more referees or replay: Football was forced to leave after appar-
Well, la-dee-dah! It will be interesting to fielders Andres Iniesta and “Character plays a big either needs more referees or ently feeling pain in the ankle. He
I know there are hot and see what FIFA does after- Xavi. role,” Martino said. “What instant replay, U.S. World Cup was undergoing a light training
midfielder Landon Donovan told session with the rest of the players
heavy calls to incorporate ward. Will they allow some “It was one of my best can you say when a Cardozo television interviewer David but had to cut it short after consult-
technology to help the offi- experimental use of tech- goals because it got us asks to kick the fifth penalty Letterman on Tuesday night. ing with team doctors.
cials do their job in an nology: for example, a chip through to the next round,” and he does it the way he Donovan appeared on the “Late Elano, a regular in Dunga’s
admittedly tense environ- placed in the ball to decide Villa said. “Keep scoring so did it?” Show” on U.S. broadcaster CBS team since the coach took over
we can keep going.” after returning from the World the Brazilian squad after the 2006
ment but FIFA officials are if it crosses the net in cer- FIFA reconsidering: FIFA
Cup, where the Americans won World Cup, has played 46 matches
not inclined to do so. tain matches in lower-level Spain will face Paraguay president Sepp Blatter, acknowl- their group for the first time in 80 with Brazil, scoring nine goals.
I can see their point: series, a la tennis in World on Saturday at Johannesburg’s edging the fury of fans around years. The United States was twice Dunga again may also be with-
Ellis Park in the quarterfi- the world, said he apologized to
it would slow the game Team Tennis having let England and Mexico for referee-
the victim of the disputed calls that out midfielder Felipe Melo, who
down, referee and player cords played as is? How nal, hoping for a semifinal have plagued the tournament, as is nursing a left ankle injury sus-
ing mistakes that helped eliminate the team had goals disallowed. tained late in the first half against
mistakes are part of the many of these officials meeting with Argentina or their teams from the World Cup, “It’s difficult because we know Portugal.
game, etc. etc. might not be employed, if Germany. noting FIFA will reopen the debate
However, when you any?
have such glaring — and Apparently,
I do mean GLARING — Blatter, FIFA president, has
Sepp LeBron James leads elite NBA free agency class
mistakes by the officials announced that the orga- By BRIAN MAHONEY he left Cleveland and he’s going to haps Gay could be pried away. his ball-handling and defense have
get plenty of intriguing opportunities David Lee, Knicks: New York greatly improved. He’s a restricted
that maybe don’t com- nization will take another The Associated Press to do so. finally had an All-Star again and free agent, so the Magic can match
pletely determine the out- look at using tech help for Dwyane Wade, Heat: Has now is prepared to lose him if it can any offer for him.
come of a game — the US the officials. It takes more than just one bounced back in a big way from sign two of the max players. One Kyle Korver, Jazz: Playing with
King to make a free-agency a couple of injury-shortened sea- of the league’s best rebounders is Boozer and Deron Williams in Utah,
no-goal against Slovakia When all is said and sons, returning in dominant form at now a very good outside shooter Korver has proven he can work
did — but unduly influ- done, though, the United class elite. the 2008 Olympics and not slowing for a big man. He certainly would within the offense to find his shot.
ence it, you have to won- States still lost in the sec- LeBron James is the prized down since. He seems most likely benefit from a move back to his natu- He could be available if Utah uses
piece of this year’s group but among the big free agents to stay ral power forward spot after being its funds to keep Boozer, especially
der at what point do the ond round because, for put — as long as Miami brings in forced to play as an undersized cen- since it drafted a potential replace-
powers-that-be do some- some reason, they decided he’s not even the only NBA some help, which it is in great posi- ter with the Knicks. ment in Butler’s Gordon Hayward.
thing to address this. I see to wait until the second MVP that will be on the mar- tion to do. John Salmons, Bucks: An under- Quentin Richardson, Heat: After
calls like this that are wide half — and after giving up ket. Some fellow Olympians Chris Bosh, Raptors: He seems rated shooting guard whose scoring a few injury-plagued seasons, he’s
set to be a nice addition to a team next was a key in playoff pushes for played more than 70 games each
open and should NOT be an early goal in overtime are joining James and maybe season. Even GM Bryan Colangelo Chicago in 2009 and Milwaukee of the last two seasons and shot
missed — aren’t these the — to start playing. together they will chase a has admitted that his power for- last year. If the Hawks lose Johnson, a career-best 40 percent beyond
best of the best? — and I I just don’t understand ring to go with their gold. ward likely will leave Toronto, so there’s speculation they’d look into the arc in 2009-10. With the Heat
the Raptors will consider sign-and- Salmons. pointing all their cash toward the
wonder how could an offi- how that happens; this is Free agency opens at trade options. Both James and YEAH, BUT WOULD biggest superstars on the market,
cial/officials make or not the World Cup, something midnight EDT on Thursday, Wade would like Bosh to join THEY REALLY LEAVE? Richardson’s veteran toughness
make the call? offering what is widely con- them — unless all three end These guys can become could be available.
up together. free agents but it’s hard to Mike Miller, Wizards: Was
If I weren’t a paranoid, these guys have been train- sidered the greatest group MAYBE THE MAX? imagine them moving on. expected to be a key contributor
conspiratorily-inclined per- ing for as a team since that’s ever been available. These guys may view Dirk Nowitzki, last year after the Wizards acquired
son — oh wait, I am!!! 2006 — and long before Teams have been clear- themselves as worth maxi- Mavericks: The former him but nothing went as planned in
ing payroll for years just so mum value deals but the mar- NBA MVP is using the ear- Washington. Now maybe the former
but only because people that, if you look at it — ket might say otherwise. ly-termination option in his Rookie of the Year and sixth-man
are out to get me!!! — I and you lay an egg. they’d be in position to offer Amare Stoudemire, Suns: contract but owner Mark awardwinner can try elsewhere.
might believe there is some Yes, I understand that maximum salary contracts to An explosive scorer who is Cuban always has been THINK BIG
one or more players. still only 27 years old and willing to spend on a con- Shaquille O’Neal, Cavaliers:
match-fixing going on. Or this was historic for the whose averages of 26.4 points tender, so the big German Shaq couldn’t help the King win
at least the appearances are United States, making it James, Dwyane Wade and and 9.8 rebounds after Feb. 1 likely will find his best deal a ring in Cleveland and now he’ll
there. to the second round for Chris Bosh are at the head trumped Bosh’s 23.8 and 9.6, is to stay. join LeBron James on the free-agent
Or that there is a clear the second time but going of the class; two or more of according to STATS LLC. Paul Pierce, Celtics: market. He’d likely have to take a
But with two knee surgeries ESPN.com is reporting that massive pay cut from last season’s
bias against certain coun- unbeaten through group them could even wind up among his injury history, he he has notified the team $21 million salary. Having shown a
tries, like the United play for the first time. playing together. could be viewed as a risk. he will opt out of the final year willingness to stay in shape the last
States. To see it end — with Not to worry. There’s Joe Johnson, Hawks: The Hawks of his contract and become a free couple of years, he might get the
could offer him a max deal but their agent. Pierce’s agent, Jeff Schwartz, 2-year deal he wants.
Do I believe that? Not a very favorable draw to plenty more out there. competition likely views the All-Star told ESPN.com in a text message Brad Miller, Bulls: The kind of
necessarily because I think the semifinals — like this, At least one of Boston’s shooting guard as a No. 2 piece, Tuesday night the All-Star forward player who always will draw inter-
FIFA does try to get the especially against a team Big Three will be available especially after he managed just will forfeit next season’s $21.5 mil- est; he’s not just a typical center and
12.8 points per game on 30 percent lion salary for a chance to sign a new is comfortable playing away from
best officials for each game that eliminated you in the and speaking of big, so will shooting in a dreadful second-round 4-year deal worth more than $90 mil- the basket. A team looking for a vet-
but sometimes, you just group phase in 2006 (that Shaquille O’Neal. There’s sweep by Orlando. lion. But the Celtics certainly would eran big man might consider him.
shake your head. For those would leave me angry All-Star options everywhere Carlos Boozer, Jazz: The 2-time re-sign the 2008 NBA finals MVP, LOOKING AT LAKERS
on a list that got even deeper Olympian is ferocious around the who would risk going down among The point guards of the NBA
of us who are football and with revenge on my mind), basket and a double-double threat the Boston greats if he left. champions are on the market and one
basketball — or any other leaves us all scratching our Tuesday with news that Dirk every night. But he might suffer HAVE A SHOT seems anxious to move on.
sports — fans, we know the heads. Nowitzki would opt for free in comparisons next to Bosh and Teams in need of outside shoot- Derek Fisher, Lakers: The vet-
agency. Stoudemire and the Jazz seem will- ing can pick through this group of eran guard has been a part of all five
ing to let Paul Millsap replace him if marksmen. title teams since 2000 and always

YOUTH BASEBALL
Some players are bargains, the price is too high. Ray Allen, Celtics: He wants to seems to come up with a big shot
others will break the bank. CHEAPER CHOICES stay in Boston and coach Doc Rivers or two at some point in the postsea-
Here’s some of what teams These guys lack the accomplish- hopes the Celtics will re-sign him. son. The Lakers will want to keep
ments of the studs atop the class but But it’d likely require a big pay cut Kobe Bryant’s good friend in Los
will be looking at when they
Delphos Minor Musketeers, 6:30 p.m. Ft. Jennings they seem on their way. from this season’s $19.8 million sal- Angeles.
League Standings Eaton White Sox vs. Delpha Chevy start their shopping. Rudy Gay, Grizzlies: He’s added ary and Allen might find there are Jordan Farmar, Lakers: Fisher’s
Reds, 7:45 p.m. Delphos HEAD OF THE CLASS a decent perimeter shot to go along more teams with cash to spend who backup said after the season he’s
Teams Record GB RF RA Inner County League LeBron James, Cavaliers: One his superior athleticism and fell just might be willing to give him more ready to seek a bigger role after
Orioles 13-1 - 186 79 Convoy Rockies vs. Optimist Reds 7:45 of the most coveted free agents that shy of averaging 20 points for the than the Celtics. spending the last four years as a
Dodgers 13-1 - 182 82 p.m. Smiley Park-Field 4 sports has ever seen. The 2-time second time in three years. Memphis J.J. Redick, Magic: Might never reserve in Los Angeles, adding
Tigers 8-6 5 146 150 NBA MVP would crush the spirits can match an offer but the Grizzlies be the explosive scorer he was at he doesn’t fit well in the triangle
Reds 6-8 7 132 118 Thursday’s Games of fans throughout his native Ohio if aren’t known as big spenders, so per- Duke but his shot is still great and offense.
Delphos Minor League

Sports Briefs
Pirates 5-9 8 107 127
Mets 5-9 8 103 158 July 4 tournament
Indians 4-10 9 85 169 Orioles vs. Cubs, 6 p.m. LL
Cubs 1-13 12 106 165 Dodgers vs. Mets, 6 p.m. Dia. 4
Tuesday’s Scores Reds vs. Indians, 8 p.m. LL
Cubs 19, Pirates 3 Tigers vs. Pirates, 8 p.m. Dia. 4 The Associated Press a 0-0 tie on Tuesday night in the Osael Romero’s long pass and con- the right net from 16 yards out.
Dodgers 12, Tigers 6 SOFTBALL third round of the U.S. Open Cup. verting an 18-yard shot inside the Miami’s Caleb Patterson-Sewell
Reds 10, Indians 3 Inner County League CARACAS, Venezuela — Chicago’s Brian McBride, left post. stopped Richard Mulrooney’s pen-
Orioles 11, Mets 2 1st Round Tournament, 6 p.m. Convoy-
Field 1 Jennie Finch hit an inside-the-park Kyzysztof Krol and Wilman Conde Chivas USA goalkeeper Zach alty kick in the 48th minute.
1st Round Tournament, 6 p.m. Convoy- home run and the United States missed their attempts in the shoo- Thornton made two big saves Miami, which plays in the
The Delphos Little League finished group play unbeaten after tout. against the United Soccer League’s
Association is pleased to announce Field 2 USSF2, played a man down after
that the Dodgers and Orioles are defeating the Czech Republic 9-0 The teams were scoreless Division One team. Thornton JP Rodrigues earned his second
the co-champions for the 2010 regu- Tournament Draw & All Star Selections, on Tuesday at the world softball through regulation play and two blocked Lawrence Olum’s 25-yard yellow card in the 83rd minute.
lar season; both teams will receive 7 p.m. Delphos championships. 15-minute overtime periods, a total line drive in the 15th minute and CARSON, Calif. — Chris
their championship trophies after the 1st Round Tournament, 7:45 p.m. The victory gives the United of about 126 minutes including leaped to tip Eddie Johnson’s
Convoy-Field 1 Klein and Juninho scored second-
year-end tournment championship States the top spot in Group B. stoppage time. 13-yard header with his right hand half goals as the Los Angeles
game. 1st Round Tournament, 7:45 p.m.
Convoy-Field 2 Eileen Canney was the winning Charleston, from the USL-2 in the 67th minute. Galaxy defeated AC St. Louis 2-0
pitcher with eight strikeouts and league, soccer’s version of base- Chivas USA broke a 7-game on Tuesday night in the third round
Tuesday’s Other Scores
Tri-County Little League Buckeye Boys Pony League Alissa Haber had a 3-run double. ball’s AA level, visits Columbus in losing streak in all competitions of the U.S. Open Cup.
1st Federal Athletics 8, Eaton White Convoy vs. VW Alspach-Gearhart, 6 Haber is leading the team with a the quarterfinals next Tuesday. and the Aztex’s 4-game winning After receiving byes for the
Sox 7 p.m. Smiley Park-Field 3 .750 average and has 12 hits, six Chicago pressed in the second streak.
Wren vs. Middle Point, 8 p.m. Middle first two rounds, the Galaxy
K of C Indians 10, Eaton White Sox 0 doubles and 16 RBIs. half, forcing Charleston GK Tim HOUSTON — Second-half advanced to the quarterfinals on
Inner County League Point-Field A Japan also went 7-0 in Group Melia to make four saves. The substitute Lovel Palmer scored in
Middle Point 12, Convoy Rockies 2 Grover Hill vs. Ohio City, 8 p.m. Ohio
A after its 10-0 win over South July 7 against the winner of today’s
City-Fireman’s Field best opportunity was a bicycle kick the 80th minute to lead Houston to
Buckeye Boys Pony League Africa. by F Stefan Dimitrov in the 69th a 1-0 win over Miami FC Tuesday Portland-Seattle match.
Ohio City 6, Convoy 3 Van Wert Elks vs. Payne, 8 p.m. Payne AC St. Louis, a first-year team
Community Park Also Tuesday, Australia defeat- minute. night in the third round of the
ed Botswana 10-0 and guaran- FULLERTON, Calif. — Jesus Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. from USSF Division II, snapped its
Today’s Games 2-game Open Cup winning streak.
Tri-County Little League Sunday’s Games teed itself a place in the playoffs. Padilla scored in the 12th minute Houston of the MLS advances
1st Federal Athletics vs. VFW Cardinals, Delphos Minor League Britain beat Argentina 2-1 in a to give Chivas USA a 1-0 victory to the quarterfinals for the second Klein scored the first goal in
6 p.m. Delphos July 4 tournament 9-inning game. over the Austin Aztex on Tuesday straight year where it will face the 70th minute when his shot from
Orioles/Cubs winner vs. Reds/ just outside the penalty area went
Delphos Pirates vs. Greif Rangers, 6
Indians winner, 9 a.m. LL SOCCER night in the third round of the U.S. Chivas USA July 6.
p.m. Smiley Park-Field 2 BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. — Lamar Open Cup tournament. Palmer, who entered in the 46th over St. Louis GK Alec Dufty’s
K of C Indians vs. Young’s Waste Dodgers/Mets winner vs. Tigers/
Pirates winner, 11 a.m. Dia. 4 Neagle, Mike Zaher and Ian Fuller Chivas USA advanced to the minute, scored off a pass from head. Juninho, meanwhile, dou-
Service Yankees, 6 p.m. Smiley Park- bled the lead when he scored from
Field 4 Winners in championship game 5 scored to give the Charleston quarterfinals against the Houston Dominic Oduro in the middle of
Delphos Braves vs. Ft. Jennings p.m., LL Battery a 3-0 penalty kicks victory Dynamo on July 6. the box. Palmer took three steps nearly the same spot in the 80th
over the Chicago Fire following Padilla scored after receiving into the center and hit a bullet into minute.
www.delphosherald.com Wednesday, June 30, 2010 The Herald — 7

MLB SC Gamecocks come from


behind again to win CWS title
The Associated Press San Francisco (Bumgarner 0-1) at
National League Colorado (Cook 2-5), 8:40 p.m.
East Division Houston (Moehler 1-4) at San Diego
W L Pct GB (Garland 8-5), 10:05 p.m.
Atlanta 45 33 .577 — ------
New York 43 34 .558 1 1/2 American League
Philadelphia 41 34 .547 2 1/2 East Division By ERIC OLSON down to their last strike. field of the Bruins and into ballplayers with his passion
Florida 37 40 .481 7 1/2 W L Pct GB The Associated Press In a fitting end to a fan- right field. for the team and how he cou-
Washington 34 44 .436 11 New York 47 29 .618 —
Central Division Boston 47 31 .603 1 tastic season, South Carolina Price (5-1) allowed one rageously and without com-
W L Pct GB Tampa Bay 44 32 .579 3 OMAHA, Neb. — South came from behind again hit over 2 2/3 innings for the plaint fought cancer.
St. Louis 43 34 .558 — Toronto 40 38 .513 8 The team adopted him.
Cincinnati 43 35 .551 1/2 Baltimore 23 53 .303 24 Carolina closed out the final Tuesday night, tying the Gamecocks, who also went to
Milwaukee 35 42 .455 8 Central Division College World Series at game in the eighth inning the CWS finals in 1975, ’77 Players visited him. He threw
Chicago 34 43 .442 9 W L Pct GB Rosenblatt Stadium with its and beating UCLA (51-17) in and 2002 but came up short. out the first pitch of a game in
Houston 30 48 .385 13 1/2 Minnesota 42 35 .545 — March. When the Gamecocks
Pittsburgh 26 51 .338 17 Detroit 41 35 .539 1/2 first baseball title and big- the 11th on Whit Merrifield’s Klein (6-1) took the loss
West Division Chicago 40 36 .526 1 1/2 time bragging rights. RBI single. after working 3 1/3 innings break team huddles, the play-
W L Pct GB Kansas City 33 45 .423 9 1/2
“To be the last team to win The Gamecocks won six for the Bruins — “the great- ers chant “1-2-3-BAYLER.”
San Diego 45 32 .584 — Cleveland 29 47 .382 12 1/2 They also wear his initials on
Los Angeles 42 35 .545 3 West Division it here,” winning pitcher Matt straight games after losing est club we played the entire
Colorado 41 36 .532 4 W L Pct GB Price said, “that’s amazing.” their CWS opener against year,” Tanner said. their caps.
San Francisco 40 36 .526 4 1/2 Texas 46 30 .605 —
The Gamecocks provided Oklahoma and became the UCLA bounced back from Bayler’s 2-year battle
Arizona 30 48 .385 15 1/2 Los Angeles 44 35 .557 3 1/2 against neuroblastoma, a rare
——— Oakland 38 40 .487 9 the perfect send-off for the third first-time champion a 27-29 campaign a year ago form of cancer, ended last
Tuesday’s Results Seattle 32 44 .421 14
Florida 7, N.Y. Mets 6 ——— stadium that has been home since 2006 after sweeping the to reach the College World week. The 7-year-old died
Philadelphia 9, Cincinnati 6, 10 Tuesday’s Results to college baseball’s biggest best-of-3 series. Series finals. Thursday, about the same
innings Oakland 4, Baltimore 2 event since 1950 with a 2-1 Each team had plenty “I’ve told the players that
Washington 7, Atlanta 2 Seattle 7, N.Y. Yankees 4 time the Gamecocks were
Chicago Cubs 3, Pittsburgh 1 Cleveland 5, Toronto 4 victory over UCLA in 11 of scoring chances but had they have now reached the rallying to beat Oklahoma in
Milwaukee 7, Houston 5 Boston 8, Tampa Bay 5 innings Tuesday night. The difficulty converting in pinnacle in college baseball,” a 12-inning elimination game
St. Louis 8, Arizona 0 Chicago White Sox 4, Kansas City 3
Colorado 6, San Diego 3 Minnesota 11, Detroit 4 CWS moves to a new sta- Rosenblatt’s finale. A video UCLA coach John Savage after being down to their last
L.A. Dodgers 4, San Francisco 2 L.A. Angels 6, Texas 5 dium in downtown Omaha tribute to the stadium, fire- said. “Now every player in strike. Bayler was wearing
Today’s Games Today’s Games next year. works and a trumpeter play- that locker room knows what
Philadelphia (Halladay 9-6) at Detroit (A.Oliver 0-1) at Minnesota his Gamecocks cap the day
Cincinnati (Harang 6-7), 12:35 p.m. (Slowey 7-5), 1:10 p.m. “It dawned on me, it would ing a slow version of “Take it feels like, what all the hard he died.
Houston (W.Rodriguez 4-10) at Oakland (Sheets 3-7) at Baltimore be wonderful to go deep into Me Out to the Ballgame” work and all the sacrifice to With South Carolina win-
Milwaukee (Bush 3-5), 2:10 p.m. (Millwood 2-8), 7:05 p.m.
Arizona (Enright 0-0) at St. Louis Seattle (F.Hernandez 5-5) at N.Y. this thing and be around at finished Rosenblatt’s 61-year get to where they are. Now ning a spot in the best-of-3
(Suppan 0-3), 2:15 p.m. Yankees (Vazquez 6-6), 7:05 p.m. the end,” coach Ray Tanner run. the bar’s been raised and we College World Series finals
Pittsburgh (B.Lincoln 0-2) at Chicago Toronto (Litsch 0-2) at Cleveland recalled thinking when the It was the fifth champi- look to be back as soon as last Saturday, a movement
Cubs (Gorzelanny 2-5), 2:20 p.m. (Laffey 0-2), 7:05 p.m.
Colorado (Francis 2-2) at San Diego Tampa Bay (Garza 8-5) at Boston CWS began nearly two weeks onship decided in an extra- possible.” started among Gamecocks’
(Richard 5-4), 3:35 p.m. (Matsuzaka 5-2), 7:10 p.m. ago. “I know the new stadium inning final, the first since Price worked out of a bas- fans to pay for Rob and Risha
L.A. Dodgers (Padilla 1-2) at San Chicago White Sox (Peavy 7-5) at Teal and 5-year-old son
Francisco (J.Sanchez 6-5), 3:45 p.m. Kansas City (Greinke 3-8), 8:10 p.m. will be very special and a Southern California topped es-loaded jam in the ninth,
N.Y. Mets (Pelfrey 10-2) vs. Florida Texas (Beltre 0-0) at L.A. Angels great facility but this is his- Florida State — also 2-1 — then allowed only one baser- Bridges to attend the games
(Volstad 4-7) at San Juan, 7:05 p.m. (Kazmir 7-6), 10:05 p.m. tory. And we’ll be a part of in 15 innings in 1970. unner the rest of the way. against UCLA at Rosenblatt
Washington (J.Martin 0-3) at Atlanta Thursday’s Games Stadium.
(Jurrjens 0-3), 7:10 p.m. Toronto (Marcum 7-3) at Cleveland the College World Series and Merrifield was surprised South Carolina had run-
Thursday’s Games (Masterson 2-7), 12:05 p.m. Rosenblatt for a long, long UCLA closer Dan Klein ners in scoring position in A flight cancellation
Cincinnati (T.Wood 0-0) at Chicago Seattle (Rowland-Smith 1-7) at N.Y.
time.” didn’t intentionally walk four of the first six innings, looked as if it would scuttle
Cubs (Silva 8-2), 2:20 p.m. Yankees (Sabathia 9-3), 1:05 p.m. the Bishopville, S.C., fam-
N.Y. Mets (J.Santana 5-5) at Washington Oakland (Cahill 7-2) at Baltimore Not only because they won him and Jackie Bradley Jr., including loading the bases
(L.Hernandez 6-4), 7:05 p.m. (Arrieta 2-1), 7:05 p.m. it but how the Gamecocks the CWS Most Outstanding in the second, but could ily’s travel plans but a per-
Philadelphia (Hamels 6-6) at Pittsburgh Tampa Bay (Niemann 6-2) at Minnesota
accomplished it. South Player, to set up potential push nothing across until the son who knew their story,
(D.McCutchen 0-3), 7:05 p.m. (Pavano 9-6), 8:10 p.m. Ashley Gilfillan of Irmo,
Milwaukee (Wolf 5-7) at St. Louis Texas (C.Wilson 6-3) at L.A. Angels Carolina (54-16) trailed in forceouts all around and a eighth. UCLA also missed S.C., offered to pay for a
(Hawksworth 2-4), 8:15 p.m. (Jer.Weaver 7-3), 10:05 p.m.
the middle innings of all three possible double play. out on early scoring chances private plane to bring them to
of its NCAA regional games Scott Wingo drew a and went 1-for-8 with run-
WNBA and had to win two one-run
games in the super region-
leadoff walk and took sec-
ond when catcher Steve
ners in scoring position.
UCLA starter Rob
Omaha. They arrived for the
second inning of Game 1 on
Monday.
The Associated Press ___ als to make it to the College Rodriguez, perhaps distracted Rasmussen allowed six hits The connection between
EASTERN CONFERENCE Tuesday’s Results World Series. when Evan Marzilli squared in six scoreless innings.
W L Pct GB Washington 68, Indiana 65 the Gamecocks and Teal fam-
Atlanta 12 4 .750 — Atlanta 94, Phoenix 88 Once they got to Omaha, to bunt, let an inside 1-0 pitch Boy who lost cancer fight ily is associate head coach
Connecticut 10 5 .667 1½ Connecticut 101, Tulsa 89 the Gamecocks lost their get past him. Wingo moved inspires Gamecocks: Bayler Chad Holbrook, whose son,
Washington 10 5 .667 1½ Seattle 86, San Antonio 72
Indiana 9 6 .600 2½ New York 80, Los Angeles 68 first game and had to stave to third when Marzilli got a Teal loved the South Carolina Reece, is a childhood leuke-
New York 7 7 .500 4 off elimination four times to bunt down and scored when Gamecocks. And they sure mia survivor.
Chicago 6 9 .400 5½ Today’s Games reach the finals, even win- Merrifield drilled Klein’s 2-0 loved him.
WESTERN CONFERENCE No games scheduled Bayler’s funeral was
W L Pct GB ning one game after being pitch past the pulled-in out- The little boy inspired the Sunday.
Seattle 14 2 .875 — Thursday’s Games

No all-Williams final at Wimbledon: Venus stunned


San Antonio 5 8 .385 7½ Minnesota at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Minnesota 5 10 .333 8½ Connecticut at Chicago, 8 p.m.
Phoenix 5 10 .333 8½ Washington at Phoenix, 10 p.m.
Los Angeles 3 11 .214 10 San Antonio at Los Angeles, 10:30
Tulsa 3 12 .200 10½ p.m. By HOWARD FENDRICH and never had she won so few sy-turvy day by coming back unheralded member of this
The Associated Press games. The only time she’s to oust No. 8 Kim Clijsters 3-6, year’s final four, 62nd-ranked
been beaten at Wimbledon by
U.S. Open Cup
6-4, 6-2. Unlike Pironkova, Petra Kvitova of the Czech
WIMBLEDON, England — someone ranked lower than Zvonareva at least can boast Republic, who saved five
Venus Williams would shank a Pironkova was all the way back of some experience at this match points and erased third-
The Associated Press 10:30 p.m. shot — and she shanked many on June 28, 1997, when the stage, having reached the 2009 set deficits of 4-0 and 5-2 to
THIRD ROUND ----- on this day — then turn toward American lost her Australian Open eliminate 80th-ranked qualifier
Tuesday’s Results QUARTERFINALS the Court 1 player guest box tournament debut to semifinals. Kaia Kanepi of Estonia 4-6,
Chicago Fire 0, Charleston Battery 0, Tuesday’s Games
Charleston won 3-0 on penalty kicks Harrisburg City Islanders at Richmond where her parents were seated No. 91 Magdalena On the other 7-6 (8), 8-6.
Chivas USA 1, Austin Aztex 0 Kickers, 7 p.m. OR vs. D.C. United at and put her palms up or shrug Grzybowska. side of the Pironkova and Kvitova
Columbus Crew 2, Rochester Rhinos 1 Fairfax, Va., 7:30 p.m. her shoulders, as if to indicate, Really, the only draw, defend- give Wimbledon two unseed-
Harrisburg City Islanders 1, New York Charleston Battery at Columbus Crew,
Red Bulls 0, OT 7:30 p.m. “I don’t know what’s happen- factor prevent- ing champion ed women in the semifinals
Houston Dynamo 1, Miami FC 0 Chivas USA at Houston Dynamo, 8:30 ing here.” ing this result from and top-seeded for the first time since 1999.
Los Angeles Galaxy 2, AC St. Louis 0 p.m. The 5-time Wimbledon truly being consid- Serena Williams Indeed, Serena Williams is the
Today’s Games Wednesday, July 7
Richmond Kickers vs. D.C. United at Los Angeles Galaxy at Seattle Sounders, champion was out of sorts, out ered one of the big- smacked 11 only remaining woman with a
Fairfax, Va., 7:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m. OR Portland Timbers at Los of answers and out of the tour- gest upsets in ten- aces — lifting Grand Slam championship; she
Seattle Sounders at Portland Timbers, Angeles Galaxy, 10:30 p.m. nament in the quarterfinals, nis history is that her total for the owns 12.
stunned 6-2, 6-3 Tuesday by Pironkova actually tournament to Zvonareva, at least, was
National League Leaders the lowest-ranked woman left,
No. 82 Tsvetana Pironkova of
managed to do this before: she
defeated Williams at the 2006
a Wimbledon-record 73, one
more than she hit last year —
in Wimbledon’s fourth round
twice before. But she was 0-5
The Associated Press York, 5. Bulgaria, meaning there won’t Australian Open. and made only six unforced against Clijsters before turn-
BATTING—Prado, Atlanta, .334; HOME RUNS—Hart, Milwaukee,
Polanco, Philadelphia, .318; Votto, 18; Pujols, St. Louis, 18; Reynolds, be an all-Williams title match Set aside, for a moment, errors in a 7-5, 6-3 victory over ing things around this time by
Cincinnati, .313; BPhillips, Cincinnati, Arizona, 18; Dunn, Washington, at the All England Club this all of Williams’ bona fides — No. 9 Li Na of China. letting the 2-time U.S. Open
.312; Pujols, St. Louis, .312; Ethier, Los 17; Fielder, Milwaukee, 17; Rolen, year. seven Grand Slam titles, seven That Centre Court match champion make mistakes.
Angeles, .312; Byrd, Chicago, .311. Cincinnati, 17; Votto, Cincinnati, 17.
RUNS—BPhillips, Cincinnati, STOLEN BASES—Bourn, Williams, the No. 2 seed, runner-up finishes at majors, a began after Pironkova’s vic- Over the last two sets,
60; Prado, Atlanta, 55; Howard, Houston, 25; AMcCutchen, Pittsburgh, double-faulted five times and stint at No. 1 in the rankings — tory was completed, so tennis’ Clijsters made 25 unforced
Philadelphia, 52; Kemp, Los Angeles, 19; JosReyes, New York, 19; Morgan, totaled 29 unforced errors, 23 and consider the 22-year-old two most successful siblings errors, Zvonareva nine. After
52; Uggla, Florida, 52; JosReyes, New Washington, 17; Stubbs, Cincinnati, 16;
York, 51; Weeks, Milwaukee, 51. Victorino, Philadelphia, 16; Theriot, more than her solid-if-not- Pironkova’s resume: she never crossed paths in the locker going 0-for-3 on break points
RBI—DWright, New York, Chicago, 15. spectacular opponent. made it beyond the second room. Venus — who had just in the opening set, Zvonareva
61; Hart, Milwaukee, 60; Pujols, St. PITCHING—Jimenez, Colorado, It was the older Williams’ round in 18 previous Grand lost — and Serena — about to converted 4-of-10 the rest of
Louis, 57; Glaus, Atlanta, 56; Howard, 14-1; Wainwright, St. Louis, 11-5;
Philadelphia, 55; Loney, Los Angeles, Pelfrey, New York, 10-2; Carpenter,
77th career singles match at the Slam events and never made play — chatted, already aware the way.
54; Votto, Cincinnati, 54. St. Louis, 9-1; DLowe, Atlanta, 9-6; All England Club — she par- the final at any tournament. they would not meet in the Pironkova became the first
HITS—Prado, Atlanta, 110; Moyer, Philadelphia, 9-6; Halladay, ticipated in eight of the past 10 On Thursday, Pironkova will Wimbledon final for a fifth woman representing Bulgaria
BPhillips, Cincinnati, 97; Braun, Philadelphia, 9-6.
Milwaukee, 91; Byrd, Chicago, 90; finals, losing to her sister three face No. 21 Vera Zvonareva of time. to reach a major semifinal in
STRIKEOUTS—Gallardo,
Howard, Philadelphia, 88; Loney, Los Milwaukee, 120; Lincecum, San
times, including in 2009 — Russia, who added to the top- She next faces yet another the 42-year Open era.
Angeles, 87; Pujols, St. Louis, 87;

MLB Capsules
DWright, New York, 87. Francisco, 117; Haren, Arizona, 115;
DOUBLES—Byrd, Chicago, 25; Wainwright, St. Louis, 114; Kershaw,
Werth, Philadelphia, 25; Prado, Atlanta, Los Angeles, 108; JoJohnson, Florida,
24; KJohnson, Arizona, 23; 7 tied at 107; Dempster, Chicago, 105.
SAVES—Capps, Washington, 22; The Associated Press BOSTON — David Ortiz hit a 3-run a modern-era record with three triples and twice and doubled with a season-high five
22. homer to break a fifth-inning tie and had five RBIs to get Minnesota back into RBIs and Adam Wainwright handcuffed
TRIPLES—Victorino, Philadelphia, HBell, San Diego, 21; BrWilson, San American League Adrian Beltre had four hits for Boston. first place in the AL Central. the Arizona Diamondbacks into the sev-
7; SDrew, Arizona, 6; JosReyes, New Francisco, 21; FCordero, Cincinnati, 20; NEW YORK — Cliff Lee John Lackey (9-3) won his fifth Span also had a single and a walk enth inning in the St. Louis Cardinals’
York, 6; Bay, New York, 5; AEscobar, Lindstrom, Houston, 18; FRodriguez, straight decision, allowing one run and for the Twins (42-35). Span became the victory.
pitched his third straight com- eight hits to give the Red Sox their 10th first player since Atlanta’s Rafael Furcal Dontrelle Willis (1-1) had another
Milwaukee, 5; Furcal, Los Angeles, 5; New York, 17; Broxton, Los Angeles,
Morgan, Washington, 5; Pagan, New 16; Nunez, Florida, 16. plete game and the Seattle win in 13 games. in 2002 to hit three triples in a game. wild outing for the Diamondbacks, walk-
Mariners beat the New York Lackey and James Shields (6-8) had Minnesota’s Jim Thome hit a solo homer ing six, hitting a batter and getting lucky

Minor League Glance


dueling shutouts until the bottom of the in the seventh, the 572nd of his career, on a really wild pitch thrown behind a bat-
Yankees 7-4 on Tuesday fifth, when Ortiz homered with runners which moved him within one of tying ter that caromed back to catcher Miguel
night. on second and third and two outs. Beltre Twins’ Hall-of-Famer Harmon Killebrew Montero for a tag play at the plate in the
singled and scored to make it 5-0 after six, for 10th place. fourth. The Cardinals had 14 baserunners
The Associated Press High Desert 6, Rancho Cucamonga 5 Lee (7-3) beat New York then doubled and scored on Bill Hall’s Nick Blackburn (7-5) earned his first in 23 at-bats against the 28-year-old lefty.
Texas League Glance Lake Elsinore 6, Inland Empire 1 twice in last year’s World homer that made it 8-1 after seven. victory of the month, allowing four runs Dodgers 4, Giants 2
North Division Modesto 10, Lancaster 5 Willy Aybar hit a 2-run pinch- and seven hits with four strikeouts in SAN FRANCISCO — James Loney
Series for the Philadelphia homer in the eighth to make it seven innings. hit a go-ahead, 2-run single in the fifth
W L Pct. GB Today’s Games
x-Northwest Lancaster at Modesto, 2:05 p.m. Phillies. This time, the left- 8-3. Indians 5, Blue Jays 4 ---- inning to give Los Angeles a boost after
Arkansas (Royals)4 2 .667 — San Jose at Visalia, 10 p.m. hander allowed two solo hom- CLEVELAND — Fausto Carmona National League slugger Manny Ramirez injured his
High Desert at Rancho Cucamonga, rebounded from his worst start of the SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Hanley right hamstring as the Dodgers beat San
Tulsa (Rockies) 3 2 .600 ½ ers to Nick Swisher and his season by pitching into the seventh inning Ramirez hit a grand slam and Dan Uggla Francisco.
Arkansas (Angels)3 3 .500 1 10:05 p.m.
Springfield Bakersfield at Stockton, 10:05 p.m. first walk in almost a month. for Cleveland. singled home the winning run in the ninth Loney also had an RBI single in the
Carmona (7-6) gave up four runs — inning for his third RBI, giving Florida first, the play on which Ramirez was hurt.
(Cardinals) 1 4 .200 2½ Lake Elsinore at Inland Empire, 10:05 The Yankees scored twice in three earned — and six hits over 6 1/3 a 7-6 victory over the New York Mets Rafael Furcal tripled, singled twice and
South Division p.m. the ninth. innings to help the Indians. Kerry Wood on Tuesday night hours after the Marlins scored a run as the Dodgers gave John Ely
W L Pct. GB Thursday’s Games worked the ninth for his third save in three announced Edwin Rodriguez will remain
x-Frisco (Rangers) 6 0 1.000 — Lancaster at San Jose, 10 p.m. Jorge Posada’s walk in the games and eighth in 11 chances overall. their manager for the rest of the season.
(4-5) plenty of support.
Ely went seven innings. Ronald
San Antonio Stockton at Visalia, 10 p.m. second inning was Lee’s first Brandon Morrow (5-6) struck out Pedro Feliciano (2-3) retired his first Belisario got one out for his first career
(Padres) 4 2 .667 2 Bakersfield at Modesto, 10:05 p.m. since walking June 2 — 144 eight over six innings and Adam Lind two batters in the bottom of the ninth save. Ramirez hurt his hamstring running
Midland (Athletics) 2 4 .333 4 Lake Elsinore at Rancho Cucamonga, broke out of a 1-for-17 slump with a 2-run but Jorge Cantu doubled to right-center
Corpus Christi 10:05 p.m. batters ago. Lee yielded three single for Toronto, and Uggla hit a grounder up the middle. the bases and left the game. The team
didn’t immediately have further details.
(Astros) 0 6 .000 6 High Desert at Inland Empire, 10:05 earned runs in his 18th career Matt LaPorta hit a 1-out homer to Cantu slid home safely, beating a strong
Matt Cain (6-7) fell to 0-8 in 14 career
x-clinched division p.m. put Cleveland ahead 5-2 in the sixth. The throw by centerfielder Jesus Feliciano,
complete game and fifth this Blue Jays got within 5-4, scoring twice on and Uggla was mobbed by excited team- starts against the Dodgers.
Tuesday’s Results - No games ------
Today’s Games Northwest League season. He allowed eight hits two poor fielding plays by Cleveland after mates in the infield at Hiram Bithorn Rockies 6, Padres 3
Carmona left with one out in the seventh. Stadium. SAN DIEGO — Clint Barmes hit a
TEX North at TEX South, 8:05 p.m. East Division and one walk, striking out Athletics 4, Orioles 2 Phillies 9, Reds 6, 10 innings 2-run homer and finished with four RBIs
Thursday’s Games W L Pct. GB two. BALTIMORE — Substitute starter CINCINNATI — Raul Ibanez ended and Carlos Gonzalez added a solo shot to
Springfield at Frisco, 8 p.m. Boise (Cubs) 7 5 .583 — Vin Mazzaro allowed three hits in 6-plus Arthur Rhodes’ record-tying streak of lead Colorado over San Diego.
Arkansas at Midland, 8 p.m. Rob Johnson hit a 2-run innings and Kurt Suzuki had three RBIs as scoreless innings with a run-scoring dou- The Rockies have hit six homers in
Tri-City (Rockies)6 5 .545 ½
San Antonio at NW Arkansas, 8 p.m. Yakima double in the sixth and Ichiro Oakland won its fourth straight. ble in the 10th, rallying the Philadelphia two nights at spacious Petco Park, includ-
Corpus Christi at Tulsa, 8:05 p.m. (Diamondbacks) 5 7 .417 2 Suzuki drove in two runs with Coco Crisp had three hits, stole two Phillies past the Cincinnati Reds. ing one each night by Gonzalez. Barmes
----- bases and scored twice for the A’s. Rhodes (2-2) hadn’t allowed a run in added an RBI single in the ninth and the
California League Spokane (Rangers)4 7 .364 2½ an RBI single in the third and After Oakland starter Dallas Braden his last 33 appearances, tying the major- Rockies won for the sixth time in eight
North Division West Division a sacrifice fly in the fifth. was scratched because of elbow stiffness, league season record. The left-hander games.
W L Pct. GB W L Pct. GB Mazzaro (3-2) was pressed into action on gave up a leadoff double by Ryan Howard Jason Hammel (6-3) won his fifth
Everett (Mariners)8 4 .667 — Franklin Gutierrez homered short notice. The right-hander gave up and walked Jayson Werth. Ibanez then straight decision and Huston Street
Bakersfield
(Rangers) 4 2 .667 — Salem-Keizer for Seattle. one run, walked six and struck out two. doubled — the ball bounced off Drew pitched a perfect ninth for his first save
Modesto (Rockies) 4 2 .667 — (Giants) 6 6 .500 2 Angels 6, Rangers 5 Andrew Bailey worked a perfect ninth for Stubbs’ glove at the wall in center — for this season.
Vancouver ANAHEIM, Calif. — Bobby Abreu his 15th save. the first run allowed by Rhodes since Wade LeBlanc (4-6) matched his
Stockton (Athletics) 4 2 .667 — hit a tie-breaking, 3-run double in the Baltimore starter Brian Matusz (2-9) April 10, starting the winning rally.
Visalia (Athletics) 6 6 .500 2 career high with eight strikeouts while
sixth inning and Los Angeles overcame allowed three runs and seven hits in 6 1/3 Joey Votto’s 3-run homer with two allowing three runs and two hits in 5 1/3
(Diamondbacks) 3 3 .500 1 Eugene (Padres) 5 7 .417 3 Vladimir Guerrero’s homer and three innings. Cesar Izturis and Luke Scott had outs off Brad Lidge (1-0) tied it in the innings.
x-San Jose (Giants) 1 5 .167 3 Tuesday’s Results RBIs in his return to Angel Stadium. RBIs for the Orioles. ninth. Nationals 7, Braves 2
South Division Spokane 6, Everett 2 Abreu delivered with a full count and White Sox 4, Royals 3 Brewers 7, Astros 5 ATLANTA — Craig Stammen,
W L Pct. GB Salem-Keizer 11, Tri-City 4 two outs in the sixth for the second-place KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Chicago’s MILWAUKEE — Prince Fielder called up from the minors earlier in the
High Desert Boise 5, Eugene 2 Angels. Mike Napoli homered and Joel Gavin Floyd pitched into the seventh homered twice and Yovani Gallardo hom- day, pitched 7 1/3 strong innings to lead
(Mariners) 4 2 .667 — Yakima 5, Vancouver 2 Pineiro (8-6) allowed eight hits over six inning to earn his first win in five weeks. ered and was good enough in six innings of the Washington Nationals past the Atlanta
x-Lake Elsinore innings to win his fifth straight start for Royals starter Brian Bannister (7-6) work to earn the victory as the Milwaukee Braves.
Today’s Games the Angels. was lifted after four innings, allowing Brewers beat the Houston Astros.
(Padres) 4 2 .667 — Josh Willingham hit a 2-run homer,
Inland Empire Everett at Spokane, 9:30 p.m. Guerrero, who wasn’t re-signed by four runs and eight hits on 90 pitches. Milwaukee hit four homers off Astros Ryan Zimmerman had a 2-run double
(Dodgers) 2 4 .333 2 Tri-City at Salem-Keizer, 9:35 p.m. Los Angeles last winter after six seasons, The Royals, trailing 4-3, loaded the bases starter Brett Myers (5-6). and Alberto Gonzalez had four hits as
Lancaster (Astros)2 4 .333 2 Vancouver at Yakima, 10:05 p.m. singled after getting a standing ovation in on two singles and a walk in the eighth Gallardo (8-3) labored in six innings, the Nationals snapped a 5-game losing
Rancho Cucamonga Boise at Eugene, 10:05 p.m. the first inning. He drove in a run with a but J.J. Putz, the third White Sox pitcher, giving up four runs, seven hits and two streak.
Thursday’s Games third-inning sacrifice fly before an impres- retired Mike Aviles on a fielder’s choice walks. He struck out five. John Axford Cubs 3, Pirates 1
(Angels) 2 4 .333 2 sive 2-run homer to center in the seventh to end the inning. Putz worked the ninth pitched a shaky ninth for his eighth save
x-clinched division Salem-Keizer at Everett, 10:05 p.m. CHICAGO — Alfonso Soriano hit
off reliever Kevin Jepsen. Ian Kinsler for his second save in three opportunities. in eight chances. two solo home runs and Ted Lilly pitched
Tuesday’s Results Eugene at Vancouver, 10:05 p.m. homered for the Rangers. Twins 11, Tigers 4 Cardinals 8, Diamondbacks 0
Stockton 8, Bakersfield 6 Yakima at Boise, 9:15 p.m. seven strong innings to lead the Chicago
Red Sox 8, Rays 5 MINNEAPOLIS — Denard Span tied ST. LOUIS — Albert Pujols homered
Visalia 5, San Jose 3 Spokane at Tri-City, 10:15 p.m. Cubs over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
8 – The Herald Wednesday, June 30, 2010 www.delphosherald.com

BUSINESS
Google scrambles to save license in China
BEIJING (AP) — China is The impasse could drag on stock market.
threatening to revoke Google’s for months, analysts predicted, China has not produced a
business license over the com- as both Google and the Chinese big windfall for Google yet,
pany’s decision to redirect government jostle in a heavy- partly because it’s one of the
Chinese traffic to computers in weight wrestling match unfold- few markets where the com-
Hong Kong that are not gov- ing on an international stage. pany’s search engine is not
erned by the communist gov- Google Inc. announced in the most popular. (The home-
ernment’s censorship practices. January that it would no longer grown Baidu.com holds a 60
The latest skirmish between comply with Chinese censor- percent share compared with
Beijing and the Internet search ship after being hit by a hack- about 30 percent for Google.)
leader threatens to cripple the ing attack traced to China. The Analysts estimate Google
company in one of the Web’s high-profile challenge irritated gets $250 million to $600 mil-
biggest markets. Chinese leaders, even though lion in annual revenue from
Google agreed Tuesday to they want foreign companies China, or about 1 percent to 2
dismantle the virtual bridge to to help develop the country’s percent of its total revenue.
its Hong site that was created in technology industry. Even if Chinese regulators
March, but it was unclear wheth- Google met today’s deadline approve Google’s new naviga-
er that will be enough to stay in to apply to renew its Internet tion tool, the added click to
business in China. The license license in China. It’s not clear reach Hong Kong could still
is required for the company to how long the Chinese govern- drive away some users.
continue providing its mapping ment will take to review the If that were to happen,
and music services in China. application, but BGC Financial “then advertisers will panic and
Rendering by Vetter Design Group
Google hopes to keep its analyst Colin Gillis expects the cut spending,” said Edward
license by turning its Chinese company “to twist in the wind Yu, president of Analysys
Paulding-Putnam Electric Cooperative, Inc., hopes to begin construction on its new website into a so-called “land- for a while.” International, an Internet
location in Paulding.

Paulding-Putnam
ing page” anchored by a link Google’s uncertain fate in research firm in Beijing.
that users must click on to China could become a distrac- Google could still remain in
send visitors to the Hong Kong tion for management, but it’s China even if the government
search service. The company one that is probably worth the pulls the plug on its website in
has no plans to revert back to trouble, said Gartner Inc. ana- that country. The company has

Electric to begin
its previous practice of omit- lyst Whit Andrews. indicated it would like to retain
ting search results that the That’s because China already its engineering staff in China to
Chinese government considers has about 400 million people take advantage of the country’s
subversive or pornographic. online, making it the world’s technology talent and to main-

expansion in October
“This new approach is con- largest Internet market, and that tain a sales force that also sells
sistent with our commitment figure is expected to steadily ads to Chinese businesses try-
not to self-censor and, we grow for decades to come. ing to reach customers outside
believe, with local law,” David “Google knows its share- the country.
Drummond, Google’s top law- holders think it’s important to be If Google.cn is shut down,
yer, wrote in a blog post. in China, and a lot of its future mainland Chinese users could
Paulding-Putnam Electric Paulding. The building has ed, “The current economy A foreign ministry spokes- value is riding on that,” Andrews still reach Google’s services by
Cooperative, Inc., is one step had two major renovations provided the answer to the man, Qin Gang, said he had not said. And China’s government manually typing in the address
closer to realizing their goal and several building remod- site dilemma. PPE was able seen Google’s announcement knows it has to flex its muscle of the Hong Kong site. But
for expansion. The Vetter eling projects including a to purchase a vacant build- and could not comment on it. because “if it looks like Google China’s government could also
Design Group located in warehouse facility built in ing at a very low price. The However, he added, “I would is running the show, it could use its own technology tools,
Toledo is the chosen archi- 2003. depressed market made it an like to stress that the Chinese affect their power.” sometimes called a “Great
tecture group who will be “The age of the building, ideal time to take on a build- government encourages for- Google shares fell $17.82, Firewall,” to prevent its citizens
designing the new building heating and cooling capa- ing project.” While the con- eign enterprises to operate in or nearly 4 percent, to $454.26 from connecting to Google’s
location for PPEC. bilities, technology require- gestion at the current loca- China according to law.” on a rough day throughout the sites outside the country.
The Vetter Design Group ments, and safety concerns tion causes member safety
presented an artist’s render-
ing of the new facility. With
were key factors in determin-
ing whether or not to pursue
and convenience concerns for
PPE, the location could be
Why not let her pay for the privilege of driving?
a few modifications, the exte- this project,” Karl Koenig, valuable property for another DEAR BRUCE: I have had legal
rior design was approved by Facility Committee chairman business. guardianship of a child since she was an infant. BRUCE WILLIAMS
the board and employee build- said. Paulding-Putnam Electric She now is of driving age, and, of course, wants
ing committees. Construction
bids are to be released by
August with construction
Building studies indicat-
ed that PPE had utilized all
of the space available to the
Cooperative has been serving
the local community for over
75 years and is committed to
to drive. I recently contacted my insurance
company and added her to the policy. As you
can imagine, my insurance premium went
Smart
mobilization in October and
completion scheduled for late
maximum capacity. Special
consideration was placed on
serving the local community
for many more years.
sky-high! She is a great person, never giving
me any problems, and I would like to do this
Money
summer of 2011. Members keeping the current location Paulding-Putnam Electric for her, but I live from paycheck to paycheck.
are encouraged to follow the and whether to renovate one Cooperative is a Touchstone After complaining to my friends I have found
building progress by visit- more time, move to a new Energy Cooperative. that they if I had waited a couple of years, the of the house? I already removed her from my
ing the cooperative’s web site location or find an existing Paulding-Putnam Electric rates wouldn’t be so high. Do you have any will. -- Reader, via e-mail
suggestions? -- S.L., via e-mail DEAR READER: You didn’t say what state
www.ppec.coop. facility that could accommo- Cooperative serves nearly DEAR S.L.: Don’t let her drive for a couple
Since the 1950’s PPE has date member needs for the 13,000 member/consum- you live in but if you are still legally married
of years. If she insists on wanting to drive, at the time of your death, the likelihood is you
been at their current loca- future. ers in Northwest Ohio and then she needs to get a job to help pay for the
tion, 910 N. Williams St., George Carter, CEO, stat- Northeastern Indiana. would not be allowed to cut her out of your
premium. Why would that be so difficult? A will. In most states, the wife is entitled to at

Ottoville Bank Co. named top performer


teenager can certainly find a job working at least one-third of the deceased spouses estate.
a burger joint where they could easily earn If you have decided to live apart, maybe you
enough money to pay for their own insurance. should be considering divorce. You may wish
ICBA Independent Banker, $100 million in assest. This in the ICBA Independent This should not put an additional burden on to consider yourself still married, but legally, it
the national magazine of the year’s “ICBA 400” high- Banker year-end ranking of you. would be to your advantage to divorce.
Independent Community lights the 20 top community ICBA members based on DEAR BRUCE: My husband became very DEAR BRUCE: When I’m wide-awake
Bankers of America, recent- bank performers based on the standard industry perfor- ill so we had some paperwork drawn up. After watching infomercials, I see a lot of these
he died, I found out that what was opened was ads where you buy now but pay the interest
ly highlighted The Ottoville two standard banking indus- mance measures of return on a quitclaim deed. I have no idea what that is
Bank Company as an out- try efficiency measures, five average assets and return on next year. How does this work? -- Reader, via
and what we did? Can you fill me in? Is this e-mail
standing “ICBA 400” com- bank asset categories and two average equity. what should have been done? -- Louise, in
munity bank performer. bank tax-status categories. “Even though 2009 was a DEAR READER: Understand that nothing
Virginia is EVER free. The interest is always in the
The magazine recognized The magazine compiles its very challenging year for the DEAR LOUISE: A quitclaim is simply
The Ottoville Bank Company annual member rankings in banking industry, community purchase price. While it may not be expressed
someone giving up their rights in a piece of as interest, the use of that money is still part
for posting one of the best its June issue from year-end banks like The Ottoville Bank property, not necessarily their responsibilities. of the deal. This is often true of products that
year-end earnings in 2009 for FDIC report data. Company continued to serve If a mortgage is still in place, they are still carry a very high markup price, where they can
ICBA member community The Ottoville Bank the needs of their custom- responsible for it but they no longer have afford to write off the interest. In reality, the
banks with $50 million to Company was identified ers and their communities,” rights. You didn’t indicate whom the quitclaim consumer is always paying it, period.
Karen Tyson, ICBA senior deed was signed over to. If it wasn’t to you, DEAR BRUCE: I am 35 years old, married
vice president of communi- you probably should consult an attorney to get

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and have three children. My family and friends
cations said. “The ICBA 400 it straightened out. keep saying that I should be investing for my
banks are notable for uphold- DEAR BRUCE: My best friend recently future, but I have no idea where to begin.
ing the everyday common- passed away. Over the years he has told me on Can you give me some guidance? -- L.O., via
INSURANCE sense values and responsible
business practices for which
numerous times, that he had put me in his will.
Since he has passed away, I have been trying to
e-mail
DEAR L.O.: For someone your age, there
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find out from his family if indeed that was the
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Girl fears birds


Dear Annie: I am a Sister
Tomorrow’s
Horoscope
HI AND LOIS

14-year-old girl who suf- Dear Distressed: Your By Bernice Bede Osol
fers from ornithophobia, sister could be depressed. Thursday, July 1, 2010
which is a fear of birds. It’s also possible her pain There is a strong possibility that in
I have researched how to medication is not doing the the year ahead you will be instrumen-
tal in organizing a substantial endeav-
overcome it. One website job. She may be relying on or that will involve more resources,
listed steps to follow, and other forms of self- medica- both human and material, than you’ve
I did all of them except the tion to get through the day, ever dealt with before. Take it slow,
and you’ll do fine.
last one, which said to go so please suggest she talk CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
to a place where there are to her doctor about this. Keep your hands on the wheel and
birds and learn not to freak Are the drinking and the don’t take anything for granted when
it comes to things that don’t look
out. I have an opportunity smoking the cause of her
to do this every day, but health problems? Does she
right. The moment you relax and
glance away, you can take bets you’ll
BLONDIE
when the birds come close, get drunk and put herself get hit.
I run away. in jeopardy? Determine LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Al-
though you generally are very care-
I don’t mind having how negatively her addic- ful about what you say when out in
this irrational fear, but my tions are affecting her, as public, this time it will pay to care-
friends do. They constantly well as you, and consider fully weigh your every word. If you
don’t, you could carelessly blurt out
tell me it is stupid, and they whether pulling the rug a no-no.
are embarrassed out will help her VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
to be around me in the long run. Generally there is no need to be on
guard, but conditions are now ripe for
when birds fly Then we recom- a misunderstanding to occur between
by. I know they mend making the you and a close friend, with each
complain about decision that best blaming the other. Don’t let anything
become an issue.
my phobia to allows you to LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - Show
other people. sleep at night. your family, especially your mate, the
They say, “Just Dear Annie: same tolerance and appreciation you
BEETLE BAILEY
display to friends. You could inadver-
get over it. It’s “Help” said her tently make a loved one feel insignifi-
not a big deal.” It husband never cant by your behavior or actions.
hurts when they closes cabinet SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -
say these things. doors and asked Don’t make everybody feel bad by
openly worrying about jobs you be-
They have no if anyone else had lieve you’re neglecting in order to be
idea what it feels Annie’s Mailbox this problem. Yes. with them. If it’s important, take care
like. I have tried Big time. of duty first and then join the others.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
to explain, but they roll Not only does my hus- 21) - You’ll have a much better time
their eyes. I want them to band leave doors open, when you’re out with friends if you
understand and calm me but he leaves the cap off practice moderation in all you do, espe-
cially when partaking in the good things
down when I panic. the toothpaste and the top in life, such as food and libation.
Annie, I am so stressed off the orange juice (so CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
by this problem. I have that it flies all over when 19) - If you unexpectedly feel like
making some improvements around
talked to school counsel- I shake it), fails to close the house, be careful you don’t take
ors, my mother and other cheese packages, loaves of on anything you can’t finish. Left un- SNUFFY SMITH
people, but nothing seems bread and cereal boxes, and done it might become an eyesore until
you can get back to it.
to help. -- Help Needed leaves all the lights on. Last AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -
Dear Help: Ask your week, he even left the hot Volatile topics could quickly arise if
friends whether they would water running in the sink. I you’re not careful to avoid them. Re-
be as derisive if you were call this condition “failure member, both discussions of religion
and politics can easily erupt into full-
afraid of snakes or spi- to complete.” -- Hamden, blown arguments.
ders. Fear of birds falls Conn. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
into the same category, Dear Hamden: Leaving - Just because you’re reasonably
good in managing your own affairs
but because birds are so the hot water running can doesn’t mean you are equally adept
abundant and seem so be dangerous, as well as at handling those of others. Be smart
innocuous (Hitchcock not- expensive. If your hus- and mind your own business, even if
asked.
withstanding), most people band’s “failure” is getting ARIES (March 21-April 19)
don’t understand the prob- worse, you might suggest - Whether it is a personal matter or
lem. There are techniques he see a doctor just in case one of business, it wouldn’t be wise
and treatments to help you something more is going to discuss an issue in front of oth- HAGAR THE HORRIBLE
ers. It could either bore them to tears
overcome your fear. Look on. or inform them of things that they
into the Anxiety Disorders Annie’s Mailbox is writ- shouldn’t be aware of.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -
Association of America ten by Kathy Mitchell and You can do well at work as long as
(adaa.org) at 8730 Georgia Marcy Sugar, longtime edi- you don’t make any unreasonable de-
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20910. column. Please e-mail your work. Handle matters without preju-
dice or complaints.
Dear Annie: My older questions to anniesmail- GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
sister is 63 and has mul- box@comcast.net, or write When at a social gathering, don’t try
tiple medical problems that to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o to steal the show or be someone or
something you’re not. You’ll make
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Suspected secret agent dubbed femme fatale


By TOM HAYS and CRISTIAN SALAZAR tating.” She is “someone who has extraordi- that they used invisible ink, coded radio trans- Wall Street and began using online social net-
The Associated Press nary training, who is a sophisticated agent of missions and encrypted data and employed works, including LinkedIn and Facebook, to
Russia,” he said. methods such as swapping bags in passing at a develop business contacts and to market her
NEW YORK — Anna Chapman has been Chapman and nine others accused of being train station. skills. On her LinkedIn page, Chapman is listed
called the femme fatale of a spy case with Cold ring members were arrested across the Northeast Farbiarz called the arrests “the tip of the ice- as the chief executive officer of PropertyFinder
War-style intrigue — a striking redhead and and charged with failing to register as foreign berg” of a conspiracy by Russia’s intelligence Ltd., which maintains a website featuring real
self-styled entrepreneur who dabbled in real agents, a crime that is less serious than espio- service, the SVR, to collect information inside estate listings in Moscow, Spain, Bulgaria and
estate and mused on her Facebook page, “if you nage and carries up to five years in prison. Some the U.S. The arrests raised fears that Moscow other countries.
can dream, you can become it.” also face money laundering charges. An 11th has planted other couples. “Love launching innovative high-tech startups
Chapman’s American dream, U.S. authori- suspect was arrested in Cyprus, accused of pass- Such deep-cover agents are known as “ille- and building passionate teams to bring value into
ties say, was a ruse. ing money to the other 10 over several years. gals” in the intelligence world because they take market,” Chapman’s LinkedIn summary says.
The 28-year-old Chapman, they say, was a Prosecutors said several of the defendants civilian jobs instead of operating inside Russian She lists previous jobs at an investment com-
savvy Russian secret agent who worked with were Russians living in the U.S. under assumed embassies and military missions. pany and a hedge fund in London. The sum-
a network of other operatives before an FBI names and posing as Canadian or American Russian officials initially denounced the mary also says she earned a master’s degree in
undercover agent lured her into an elaborate trap citizens. It was unclear how and where they arrests as “Cold War-era spy stories” and economics at a Russian university in 2005.
at a coffee shop in lower Manhattan. were recruited, but court papers said the opera- accused elements of the U.S. government of In more than 90 photos posted to Facebook,
Though the U.S. has branded the operatives tion went as far back as the 1990s. Exactly what trying to undermine the improving relation- Chapman is pictured in various countries,
as living covertly, at least in Chapman’s case, sort of information the agents are alleged to ship between Moscow and Washington. But including Turkey, where she is in one of the
she had taken care to brand herself publicly as a have provided to their Russian handlers — and the White House and Russian Prime Minister rooms of the luxurious Hotel Les Ottoman, in
striver of the digital age, passionately embracing how valuable it may have been — was not Vladimir Putin expressed confidence that the Istanbul. There are also what look like family
online social networking by posting information disclosed. arrests would not damage ties between the two photographs from Russia and photographs of
and images of herself for the world to see. The FBI finally moved in to break up the nations. her dressed in a student uniform.
Prosecutors have charged Chapman and 10 ring because one of the suspects — appar- At a court hearing Monday in federal court Her Internet footprints also include a photo
other suspects with following orders by Russian ently Chapman, who was bound for Moscow, in Manhattan, where Chapman was jailed with- of her posing with a glass of wine between two
intelligence to become “Americanized” enough according to court papers — was going to leave out bail, her attorney called the case against men at the Global Technology Symposium at
to infiltrate “policymaking circles” and feed the country, the Department of Justice said her weak. He said she had visited the United Stanford University in March — it cost more
information back to Moscow. Tuesday. States on and off since 2005 before settling in than $1,000 to attend — and video clips, speak-
Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Farbiarz The court papers allege that some of the Manhattan to start a business. ing in Russian about the economic opportunities
has called evidence against Chapman “devas- ring’s members were husband and wife and Chapman took an apartment a block from in her adopted home.

Elizabeth Edwards says it


was not easy to leave John
By MIKE BAKER told his wife in private that years of memories in him.
The Associated Press he’d had a one-night stand They were law school sweet-
with a videographer. hearts who got married just
RALEIGH, N.C. — “One day, I did not want days after they took the bar
Elizabeth Edwards says it to try anymore,” she said. exam together in the summer
was not easy to leave her The couple has since of 1977. They had four chil-
husband in the wake of the separated and he acknowl- dren together, including a son
two-time presidential con- edged fathering a child with who died at the age of 16.
tender’s infidelity, writing in mistress Rielle Hunter dur- “So when I closed the
a new chapter to her memoir ing his 2008 campaign for door on the John of today, I
that she still sees in him the the White House. The 2004 also had to say good-bye to
memories of their 30 years Democratic vice presidential that sweet man whom I had
together. nominee also acknowledged loved for so long,” Edwards
Edwards says in the updat- a federal investigation into writes. “It was not as easy
ed version of her book released his campaign funds, with for- as it might have seemed to
Tuesday that she spent two mer campaign aide Andrew anyone looking in from the
years trying to “reinvent” her Young saying a grand jury outside, who knew only the
role as a wife so that they asked questions about money John of today.”
could stay together despite used to keep Hunter in hiding Elizabeth Edwards is bat-
the affair. But she says the during the presidential race. tling cancer and says she
“tender thread” holding the Elizabeth Edwards says in hopes to live another eight
family together unraveled at her book “Resilience” that years — long enough to see
the very end of 2009 — three it was not easy to leave the her youngest child graduate
years after John Edwards first marriage because she saw 30 high school.

Benigno Aquino
III sworn in as
Photo submitted
Philippine leader
Fishin’ the day away By OLIVER TEVES
The Associated Press
Kaden Overholt, 8, Brock Klaus, 10, center with his yellow-belly catfish, and Colby MANILA, Philippines — Answers to Tuesday’s questions:
Klaus, 8, spent Tuesday afternoon fishing in the canal off Tenth Street. Benigno Aquino III was sworn Dalmations are named for an area along the coast of
in today as the Philippines’ 15th Croatia. The popular spotted dog is believed to have
been originally bred along the Dalmation Coast.
Eight militants killed in gunbattle at Afghan airport
president, leading a Southeast
Asian nation his late parents More meteorites have been discovered in Antarctica
helped liberate from dictator- than have been found in the rest of the world. More
By RAHIM FAIEZ tion security forces,” German died in June. ship and which he promises than 600 have been found there.
The Associated Press army Brig. Gen. Josef Blotz, Today also marked the to deliver from poverty and Today’s questions:
a spokesman for NATO, told first anniversary of the capture pervasive corruption. What does the dragonfly signify in Japan?
KABUL, Afghanistan — reporters. of Spc. Bowe W. Bergdahl Hundreds of thousands of What is the warmest month of the year in the
Militants set off a car bomb The airport, which includes of Hailey, Idaho, the only people, many clad in his yel- Arctic?
and stormed the entrance to a major military base shared by American service member low campaign color, applauded Answers in Thursday’s Herald.
a major NATO air base in Afghans and the international held prisoner by the insurgents. and yelled Aquino’s nickname, Today’s words:
eastern Afghanistan on today, force, on a main road that leads Bergdahl was discovered miss- “Noynoy,” as he took his oath Jimpricute: well-dressed; fashionable
authorities said. Eight insur- to the Pakistani border. ing during his unit’s roll-call before a Supreme Court justice Unigeniture: being the only child
gents died in the failed assault. In a text message to The the following day. at Manila’s seaside Rizal Park. Today’s joke:
The Taliban claimed Associated Press in Kabul, “Since he was captured on Vice President Jejomar
A mechanic was removing a cylinder head from
responsibility for the attack, Taliban spokesman Zabiullah June 30, 2009, it has been a Binay was sworn in before the motor of a Harley motorcycle when he spotted a
the third ground assault against Mujahid said six suicide top priority for U.S. and coali- Aquino in the nationally tele- well-known heart surgeon in his shop. The surgeon
a major coalition base in the attackers killed 32 foreign and tion forces to find him, recov- vised ceremonies that resem- was there waiting for the service manager to come
past five weeks. The attacks Afghan security forces at the er him, and bring him home bled a music concert, with
and take a look at his bike.
failed to overrun the bases but airport, about 80 miles (125 safely,” said Rear Adm. Greg celebrity singers and an orches- The mechanic shouted across the garage, “Hey,
tra belting out nationalist and
showed that the Taliban have kilometers) east of the Afghan Smith, deputy chief of staff folk songs. Yellow confetti Doc, can I ask you a question?”
not been cowed by U.S. efforts capital. The insurgents often for communication. “We con- rained from two helicopters.
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