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“I think people learned a long

time ago that there really wasn’t a
“I guess the positive is that
it opens up those lines of
“We’ve always had great
attendance, and I always
hammer that’s going to fall when communication because you’re say it goes back to the
you don’t send your kid to school.”
— Jill Ackerman,
sending more letters.”
— Aaron Rex,
— Scott Mangas,
levy getting
superintendent of Lima schools superintendent of Wapakoneta schools superintendent of Ottoville schools
2nd chance
Schools deal with absenteeism, truancy at the polls
By Josh Ellerbrock
House Bill 410

demands letters from LIMA — On Tuesday, Allen Coun-

Ohio’s school districts ty voters will have a second chance
to decide whether they will fund
By Sam Shriver the Allen County Regional Transit Authority.
Proponents of the May levy, which
LIMA would increase the Allen County
sales tax by 0.1%, say the additional

ouse Bill 410, passed in Decem- local dollars are necessary to avoid a
ber 2016 in the Ohio Legisla- downward spi-
ture, made sweeping reforms in ral in cuts that
the state’s truancy laws. could eventually
The bill provides a consistent policy eliminate the
across the state, gives schools ways service.
to discover why a student is truant On the flip-
and takes away the threat of criminal side, opponents — including a
charges resulting from a student’s couple of former employees of the
truancy. ACRTA — say that the levy is the
The goal is to reduce chronic absen- wrong way to provide those funds,
teeism to 5% or less. and existing resources could be
One thing is for certain, House Bill handled more efficiently to ensure
410 has resulted in a mountain of the ACRTA’s survival.
extra work for Ohio school districts.
“Our IT department built a pro- For the levy
gram for us, so it keeps track of hours ACRTA Executive Director Shelia
that kids are truant from school,” Haney said there are some new fac-
said Jill Ackerman, superintendent of tors differentiating the latest levy
Lima schools. “Then when they reach request from the ACRTA’s 2017
a certain threshold, the threshold by vote. Most notable is a change made
law, it automatically will generate a by the Ohio General Assembly
letter that the secretaries can then allowing the ACRTA to ask for less
send off to the parents that say that money than it had in 2017.
the student has reached the num- “I voted ‘no’ November of 2017 for
ber of excessive amount of hours of that very reason,” Campaign Chair
absence, even if it’s excused, or unex- Esther Baldridge said. “It’s not that I
cused.” don’t really trust Shelia, but I didn’t
want Shelia to have money that she
Establishing truancy didn’t need and decide: ‘Okay, well, I
Along with the letter comes a suc- think Allen County needs a sidewalk
cession of steps for the student who here.’ I’m happy to give Shelia the
is chronically absent from school. money she needs to operate RTA.
“It’s kind of like a warning letter, I’m not so happy to give her money
and then when it goes beyond to the that I don’t know what she’s going
next threshold, then it generates a to use.”
letter that will require the parent to Due to the state’s change, the
come in with the child,” Ackerman levy would add $1.5 million in local
said. “They will put together an atten- Craig J. Orosz | The Lima News
funds annually to the ACRTA, which
dance plan to try to help with getting Lima schools places door hangers, made by its graphic arts department, on a door handle to would be used to reinstate the fixed
the kid to school. Beyond that, we remind parents of the rules for attendance. A recent state law increased the demands on local night and weekend bus routes cut
have to track that and monitor that districts to communicate with parents about absenteeism. in 2018. If approved, Allen County’s
for so long, and then eventually we’re sales tax rate would increase by
able to file truancy charges.” more work for our secretaries and our families.” 0.1% from 6.75% as it is now to
It means more work for administra- principals,” he said. “Our hands are It sometimes raises concerns for 6.85%.
tors, said Aaron Rex, superintendent kind of tied, and there’s a lot more parents, said Scott Mangas, superin- Other factors differentiating 2017
of Wapakoneta schools. interventions that take place, which tendent of Ottoville schools. from 2019 also include the overall
“When House Bill 410 was put into makes the process take a lot longer,
place, what it did was create a lot so we send a lot of letters to kids and See TRUANCY | 4A See ACRTA | 10A

Beckman Jewelers owners to retire ater 35 years

By Jennifer Peryam son and Barney’s nephew, “We have a good following business sense to retire. He
Greg Beckman, will assume of people who have shopped will miss the customers the
ownership of the business here for years and know we most and said the clients have
OTTAWA — Beckman Jew- July 1. The business will be are trustworthy and honest,” been like family.
elers owners Stan and Barney closed the first week of June Stan said. “Customers see jewelry as
Beckman will retire after 35 and reopen July 7 with a new When asked why they were something they can wear, and
years of owning the business inventory. retiring, they said they both it is a symbol of love,” Barney
together. A member of the The business started a liqui- felt like it was time. said. He thanked customers
next generation, Greg, will dation April 24, with jewelry “We knew we would have to for their patronage over the
take over ownership of the marked down from 25 to 70% retire sometime and are in our years and said they have been
business. off, and continues through 60s, and it’s time to let go and wonderful, patient and kind.
The Beckmans’ great-grand- May 11. The owners said the let the next generation to take Greg, 30, said he started
Jennifer Peryam | The Lima News father, Alexander, opened the sales have been brisk and control,” Stan said. He said working part-time at Beckmans
Beckman Jewelers in Ottawa will business at 117 W. Main St. in attribute it to the business’s he will miss the customers the when he was 15 years old and
hand down to the next generation. downtown Ottawa, where it is positive reputation. Letters most and has gotten to know is looking forward to continu-
From left, Beckman Jewelers current were sent out to customers them as family and shared ing the family’s business.
still located.
owner Stan Beckman; Stan’s son
Greg, who will be the new owner; and Stan and Barney will retire last week notifying them of joys and heartaches together.
Barney Beckman, current owner. effective June 30, and Stan’s the sale and retirements. Barney said it made good See BECKMAN | 4A

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Other duties, as assigned by supervisor

Crawling under desks, I tried they think you want to meet That meant looking through a mostly
to trace the cable back to where that day. unused area and figuring out what we ONLY ON
it started. I’d been on my hands You don’t know what adjacent needed to do to make sure our phones LIMAOHIO.COM
and knees most of Thursday skills they might have. You can and computers would work flawlessly
morning, sweating as I tried to try to figure it out with your when we move them later this week. See past columns by David Trinko at
figure out internet connectivity questions, but you never really Our publisher, who sometimes calls
issues in an empty cubicle. know until you’ve worked with me our part-time IT guy, didn’t even
Why, exactly, was I here right David someone. have to ask me. Everyone in the room
now? What makes an editor Trinko I’ve worked with reporters knew who’d be making the technical request into a 10-minute conversion
with a journalism degree scoot The Lima who prove to have amazing part of this move happen. process so people can see them. I built
around trying to make connec- News spreadsheet skills. Some take It’s proving to be a challenge. Many our system for requesting a photogra-
tions work, I wondered. amazing photographs. Others of those network connections were pher’s presence at an event, too. And,
“And other duties, as have great ideas on how to disconnected. Methodically, I’ve got oh yeah, I still work with reporters to
assigned by supervisor,” I thought, illustrate a story so the public can see most of them working again and make sure they’re covering the right
smirking. what they can do. None of them listed expect to have the remaining hiccups news, which is more clearly defined as
This common line is at the bottom that kind of information when apply- solved before anyone changes locales. my job.
of my job description and I suspect ing. I’ve heard some people talk about So, sure, I wasn’t expecting to crawl
yours, too. In my case, I have a knack for tech- hiding their special skills at work. under desks, tracing cables back to
It’s an exciting time to be in the nology. I can usually figure out how There’s a fear if you show them, you their sources Thursday. I’m glad I’ve
workforce. If you’re willing to show to solve a problem, or at least what to might have to use them. That philoso- proven I have the skills and tem-
your special skills, employers are will- Google to fix it. It’s not the same as phy saddens me. I find work to be perament to make it happen, though.
ing to help you use them. an IT professional, but I can do a pass- more joyful when I’m able to use all There are no dull days at work when
I’ve been part of dozens of reporter able job getting necessary tasks done. my God-given gifts, not just the few I your mind is fully engaged.
hirings in the last 25 years. The one We learned this week we’re moving might’ve listed on my resume.
thing I know is the person I think I our newsroom from the west side of I’ve been able to find some news- David Trinko is managing editor of The Lima News.
Reach him at 567-242-0467, by email at dtrinko@
meet when I interview someone isn’t our building on Elida Road toward room shortcuts, turning several hours or on Twitter @Lima_Trinko.
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A look at what didn’t happen this week Zookeepers
can’t expel
By Beatrice Dupuy Algerians in the streets of
and Amanda Seitz
Associated Press
Algiers, the capital, during a
March 8 protest against Presi-
wild raccoon
dent Abdelaziz Bouteflika, BERLIN (AP) — A
A roundup of some of the who at 82 was seeking a fifth wild raccoon has moved
most popular but completely term in office. He stepped into Heidelberg Zoo in
untrue stories and visuals of down about four weeks Germany, and keepers
the week. None of these is later, The Associated Press can’t kick him out.
legit, even though they were reported. Casbah Tribune, an German daily Rhein-
shared widely on social media. Algerian media outlet, posted Neckar-Zeitung reported
The Associated Press checked the video with a caption that Friday that zoo staff
these out. Here are the real described violence against recently discovered the
facts: police during a March 8 dem- uninvited guest inside the
CLAIM: “Elijah Cummings onstration on Krim Belkacem, raccoon enclosure, where
wrote a bill to keep all of a street in Algiers. AP cover- he seemed to be getting
Obama’s records sealed, but age of the protest is consistent along fine with the seven
he insists that Congress must Pablo Martinez Monsivais | AP with images from the video, original residents.
see all of President Trump’s Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, D-Md., participates in a House subcommittee hearing and an AP video journal- The newspaper report-
on Capitol Hill in February 2014. The Associated Press found stories circulating
financial records.” on the Internet that Cummings wrote a bill to keep Obama’s records sealed but
ist said the blue police van ed that the interloper —
THE FACTS: Rep. Eli- insisted Congress must see all of President Trump’s financial records were matches those used in Algiers. nicknamed Fred — can
jah Cummings, D-Md., did untrue. CLAIM: This is how envi- expect free board and
not introduce a bill to keep ronmentalists left a park in lodgings for life, because
President Barack Obama’s being notified that they will ness organization have filed California after an Earth Day European Union rules
records sealed as posts being be made public in the National a federal lawsuit to block celebration —caption with forbid him from being
shared on Facebook say. In Archives. The amendments the subpoena, the AP has photo of a park strewn with released back into the
2014, Cummings introduced also included changes to the reported. garbage wild.
legislation to improve public definition of federal records to CLAIM: Video purports to THE FACTS: The image, Under a 2015 EU direc-
access to presidential records. include electronic records, and show Muslims attacking Dan- which began appearing days tive, raccoons are con-
The bill was signed into law clarified how federal officials ish police in Copenhagen after Earth Day celebra- sidered an invasive alien
by Obama on Nov. 26, 2014. could use private email. The THE FACTS: A video being tions on April 22, is falsely species that might pose a
The Presidential and Federal claim has been circulating shared on Facebook, which captioned. The photo was threat to European plants
Records Act Amendments of on Facebook with a photo of shows protesters attacking taken nearly a decade ago to and animals.
2014 created new guidelines Obama placing the Medal of a blue police van, was actu- show debris left from tailgate
to secure the timely release Freedom on Rep. John Lewis, ally taken during a protest in parties at the University of
of presidential records, while D-Ga., a leader in the civil Algeria. Social media users Georgia in Athens following
protecting documents relating rights movement, apparently attempted to link the video to a football game Sept. 12, TODAY
to national security, accord- mistaking Lewis for Cum- an April 14 demonstration in 2009. The Atlanta Journal
ing to a summary of the law mings. Cummings, chairman Denmark that was sparked by Constitution published the IN HISTORY
published on, of the House Committee on a far-right provocateur who photo with a story on Sept.
On May 5, 1821, Napoleon
the official website for fed- Oversight and Reform, has tossed in the air a copy of the 17, 2009, about the mess par- Bonaparte, 51, died in exile on
eral legislative information. subpoenaed years of President Quran in a predominantly tygoers left at the Bulldogs’ the island of St. Helena.
It gives presidents 60 days Donald Trump’s financial immigrant neighborhood in home opener against South In 1494, during his second
to review their records after records. Trump and his busi- Copenhagen. The video shows Carolina. voyage to the Western
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Ill. gov’s goal Trump team ights oversight, Dems dig in
is legal pot By Lisa Mascaro
CHICAGO (AP) — AP Congressional Correspondent
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritz-
ker said Saturday he’s WASHINGTON — They’re
reached an agreement talking about jailing people at
with key lawmakers on the Capitol. Imposing steep
a plan to legalize recre- fines. All sorts of extraordi-
ational marijuana in the nary, if long-shot measures
state starting next year. to force the White House to
The legislation would comply with Democratic law-
allow adults 21 and makers’ request for informa-
older to legally buy can- tion about President Donald
nabis for recreational Trump stemming from the
use from licensed dis- special counsel’s Russia inves-
pensaries. Illinois resi- tigation.
dents could possess up This is the remarkable state
to about an ounce of of affairs between the execu-
marijuana, while non- tive and legislative branches,
residents could possess unseen in recent times,
about half an ounce. as Democrats try to break
The measure also through Trump’s blockade
would automatically of investigations and exert
expunge some marijuana congressional oversight of the
convictions. administration.
If it passes, Illinois “One of the things that J. Scott Applewhite | AP
would join 10 other everybody in this country Whether fact or folklore, this small space in the basement of the Capitol with steel bars is sometimes referred to as
states, including neigh- needs to think about is when the old “House jail,” but it used today to protect the cherished Lincoln Catafalque, the pedestal for caskets used during
state funerals. When William Barr refused to appear before the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Ted Lieu, D-Calif.,
boring Michigan, in the president denies the Con- suggested a stay in the House “jail” for the recalcitrant attorney general.
legalizing recreational gress documents and access to
marijuana. While the key witnesses, basically what the backing of most Republi- report, along with its underly- Kushner and Ivanka Trump,
Illinois law would take they’re doing is saying, Con- cans in Congress. With Muel- ing evidence, or face a con- the president’s son-in-law and
effect Jan. 1, the first gress you don’t count,” said ler’s work completed, Trump tempt charge. daughter. Also, the House
licenses for Illinois Rep. Elijah Cummings, chair- wants closure to what he has Barr could face another Ways and Means Commit-
growers, processors and man of the House Oversight long complained was a “witch subpoena to appear before tee is being refused access to
dispensaries wouldn’t and Reform Committee. hunt.” Nadler’s committee after Trump’s tax returns.
be issued until May and “We cannot — we simply “No more costly & time con- skipping a hearing Thursday Republicans are largely
July 2020, the governor’s cannot — have a presidency suming investigations,” Trump in a dispute over the rules declining to join Democrats
office said. that is run as if it were a king tweeted. for questioning him. Nadler, in pursuing the investigations
or a dictator in charge,” said Stunned by the administra- D-N.Y., also has subpoenaed any further.
Cemetery Cummings, D-Md. tion’s refusal to allow offi- testimony from former White “It is over,” said Sen. Lind-
Trump’s blanket refusal to cials to testify or respond to House counsel Don McGahn. sey Graham, chairman of the
found at Giza engage in oversight — and
Democrats’ unrelenting
document requests, lawmakers
have been left to think aloud
Cummings is considering
what to do on several fronts,
Senate Judiciary Committee,
as Barr testified last week
CAIRO (AP) — demand that he do so — is about their next steps against including about testimony before the committee. Gra-
Egypt’s Antiquities Min- testing the system of checks the White House. from Carl Kline, the White ham, R-S.C., has asked Mueller
istry says archaeologists and balances with a deepening Rep. Jerrold Nadler, the House’s personnel security to respond to Barr’s testimony,
have uncovered part standoff in the aftermath of House Judiciary Committee director. Cummings said Kline particularly after the disclo-
of an ancient cemetery Robert Mueller’s investigation. chairman, has given Attor- declined last week to answer sure of a letter the special
near the country’s famed Trump derides the oversight ney General William Barr a specific questions in a closed- counsel sent Barr complaining
pyramids on the Giza of his business dealings and Monday deadline to comply session hearing about the about attorney general’s sum-
plateau just outside his administration as “presi- with a subpoena demanding a security clearances granted for mary of the 400-plus page Rus-
Cairo. dential harassment” and has redacted version of Mueller’s White House advisers Jared sia report.
Mostafa Waziri, sec-
retary general of the
Supreme Council of
Antiquities, says Satur-
day the cemetery houses
burial shafts and tombs
Under heavy rocket ire, Israeli reprisals kill 4
of top officials and a fine
limestone statue from GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — preventing a fraying cease-fire from
the Old Kingdom’s Fifth Palestinian militants on Saturday collapsing altogether.
Dynasty (2465-2323 fired over 200 rockets into Israel, It also comes at a sensitive time
B.C.). drawing dozens of retaliatory air- for Israel, which is to mark its
Ashraf Mohi, the strikes on targets across the Gaza Memorial Day and Independence
head of the Giza Plateau Strip in a round of intense fighting Day holiday this week, before host-
archaeological site, says that broke a monthlong lull between ing the Eurovision song contest in
scientists know that the bitter enemies. Four Palestin- the middle of the month. Prolonged
the cemetery had been ians, including a pregnant mother fighting could overshadow the Euro-
reused extensively in the and her baby daughter, were killed, vision and potentially deter interna-
Late Period (664-332 while three Israelis, including an tional travelers from coming in for
B.C.), as archeologists 80-year-old woman, were wounded the festive event.
found painted and deco- by rocket fire. Israel and Hamas, an Islamic Khalil Hamra | AP
rated wooden anthro- The fighting came as leaders from group that opposes Israel’s exis- An explosion caused by an Israeli airstrike on a building in Gaza
poid coffins, and wooden Hamas, the militant group that rules tence, have fought three wars and City on Saturday. Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip fired at
and clay funerary masks Gaza, and the smaller armed faction dozens of smaller flare-ups of vio- least 90 rockets into southern Israel on Saturday, according to
from that period. Islamic Jihad, were in Cairo for talks lence since Hamas seized control of the Israeli military, triggering retaliatory airstrikes and tank fire
against militant targets in the blockaded enclave and shattering
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the vendor or make it,” frames are for sale, as

Beckman Barney said.
Stan recalls custom-
well as crystal vases and
From page 1A ers who purchased their The Beckmans
engagement rings at the thanked the community
business 25 years ago for their support. Over
“I love that the cus- and remember the Ohio the years, there have
tomers are always here State vs. Michigan game been customers from
for us and say the nicest was on the radio while Florida and all over
things about my parents they purchased their Ohio to purchase jew-
and grandparents and rings. elry.
tell stories about my Remaining available The retiring brothers
family. That means a lot jewelry includes wom- said they plan to con-
to me,” Greg said. en’s engagement and tinue to be active in the
Barney said over the wedding rings, earrings, community. Stan hopes
years, the jewelry busi- necklaces and bracelets. to continue service with
ness has become more With the briskness of the Ottawa Lions Club,
digital. sales, the men’s jew- and Barney wants to
“Customers research elry including watches, do volunteer work and
jewelry online ahead of money clips and key continue his member-
time and come in the chains have sold out. ship with the Ottawa-
store and say they want In addition to jewelry, Glandorf Rotary Club.
a certain type of jewelry. giftware such as spiritu- Jennifer Peryam | The Lima News
We can either find it in al figurines and baptism Reach Jennifer Peryam at 567- Jill Ultrup, left, of Delphos, tries on a ring at Beckman Jewelers on Friday with assistance from
our store, find it from and communion photo 242-0362. Theresa Beckman, an employee of the downtown Ottawa jeweler.

On the report card

Truancy on school districts.
“I guess the positive
“The only problem
that we would have is
a great deal of effort by
the schools. Truancy also affects
may not sound like a
big deal, but it really is.
is that it opens up those what House Bill 410 “We had some door schools’ state report Kids work really hard to
From page 1A lines of communication changed when they hangers made up by cards. never miss days. I, for
because you’re sending make us send a letter our graphic arts depart- “It’s very disruptive one, have a senior, and
“I’ve actually had more letters. You’re mak- whether it’s excused or ment, so if they go out because they’re missing she will not miss school
parents that have called ing more phone calls unexcused because we to a house and nobody’s academic time, and then for any reason because
because they have because you’re required have students who, let’s there, they’re able to it’s also an indicator on she wants to make sure
received a letter,” he to,” Rex said. say, have their tonsils hang the door hanger, the (state) grade card, that she has perfect
said. “I explain it to The flip side is you’re out or surgery of some which kind of has those so if we don’t meet a attendance so she’s
them that no matter who freaking out the parents, sort where it’s a legit rules for attendance certain threshold for exempt from exams.”
they are, what it is, if he said. excuse,” Mangas said. on it for the parents,” attendance then we get They also give out
they go over X amount “So let’s say you have “We still have to send Ackerman said. “Yeah, dinged on that too, so interim rewards, he
of hours, and I think it’s a child who misses 38 a letter if they meet we do lots and lots of it’s extremely disrup- said.
38 hours that they’ve hours so far up in the the necessary hours for home visits. We’ll send tive,” Ackerman said. “Redskin Rewards are
missed school, then they school year and maybe excessive absences. So out the principal, school There’s only so much given out at the end of
will get a letter. I just they’re dealing with an even though the kid is resource officer, guid- schools can do about every nine weeks, and
explain that to them, illness, so you have a laying at home after ance counselor, people truancy, Ackerman said. part of that is atten-
and there’s different trig- child who is out because surgery, it puts us in a are always running “We can only do what dance, and so that’s
ger dates. It automatical- they have a long-term bad situation that we’re out. The (Closing the we can do,” Ackerman maybe a shorter stick
ly kicks to my secretary illness,” Rex said. “You sending the parents a Achievement Gap) peo- said. “We don’t have the to measure because
when I have a student still have to send them letter that says your ple will make runs out. authority to punish kids it’s every nine weeks
who has met a trigger a letter. So you can child has missed X We’re always running or parents, so there’s and not at the end of
date — you’re looking imagine you get this amount of days, and it’s out to homes to check really never been any the year,” Rex said.
at 38 in a month and it’s letter, and your child is a letter going home to up on kids all of the real teeth in truancy, so “Some of the things
65 or more in a school sick and then you’re like, a parent that’s probably time, trying to figure out it’s been a problem for we do at the end of
year, so when they meet ‘The school isn’t very going through a situa- why they’re not here,” as long as I’ve been here.nine weeks, if you have
those trigger dates or understanding; my child tion already. I don’t like Ackerman said. I think people learned a perfect attendance
thresholds, we send out has this illness, and now that part of it.” It means home visits long time ago that there and you meet like five
the letter.” you’re sending me this in Wapakoneta too. really wasn’t a hammer or six other require-
letter.’” Dragging kids “Our high school, that’s going to fall when ments you may get,
Positives and negatives The system doesn’t back into school middle school, elemen- you don’t send your kid we do ice cream for
While the process is distinguish between Getting kids with tary principals, they’ll to school.” rewards. We’ve taken
arduous, there is a posi- excused or unexcused excessive absences to go to people’s houses kids bowling. We have
tive impact the law has absences. come to school can take and check on them,” Rex Rewards for a movie day. We try to
said. “We’ll have parents perfect attendance do different things and
call us and ask us to Many schools have include rewarding kids
come to their house. tried to reward students for attendance. I don’t
We’ve done that. with perfect attendance. know that we do much
“Parents will say, ‘I “We have a car at the more than that because
can’t get my child out high school that you it’s just kind of an
of bed’ or ‘My child is can win if you’re able expectation that you’re
really upset,’ and so to make that (perfect) supposed to come to
that’s happened this year attendance,” Ackerman school. You just are.”
multiple times where said. “They’ll do cele- At Ottoville, students
our staff, administration, brations quarterly based are just expected to
guidance counselors will on grades and based on attend.
go to people’s houses attendance. We give a “I don’t think we
and talk with kids and lot of RTA bus passes do anything (extra),”
bring them to school. away because transpor- Mangas said. “I think
We do have one resource tation will be an issue, it’s the fact that it starts
officer for 3,300 kids, especially at the high with our parents. We’ve
which makes it a little school level for kids. got really good parents
hard, but he does go out. They do a lot of reward in Ottoville. They care
He’ll go out and talk to parties.” about their kid’s edu-
kids and get them to Wapakoneta also cation, and they get
come to school. Some- rewards perfect atten- them here. In my 19
times it’s a matter of just dance. years at Ottoville, it’s
putting somebody on the “At the high school, if always been that way.
phone and whether it’s you have perfect atten- We’ve always had great
‘We really want you here’ dance and you don’t attendance, and I always
or it’s maybe a little bit miss one day over the say it goes back to the
harder of a message like course of the year, then parents.”
‘You need to be here’ you’re exempt from
those conversations take taking all of your final Reach Sam Shriver at 567-242-
place.” exams,” Rex said. “That 0409.

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Pablo Martinez Monsivais | AP file
From left, Supreme court Associate Justices Elena Kagan, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and
The Allen County RTA is
Chief Justice John Roberts arrive for services for former President George H.W. Bush at the U.S. requesting a VERY SMALL sales 2017 – Provided nearly
Capitol in Washington in December. Thomas is now the longest-serving member of a court that tax increase to help fund their 400,000 rides throughout
has recently gotten more conservative, putting him in a unique and potentially powerful position
as the justices take on divisive issues such as abortion, gun control and LGBT rights. operations. In the past 5 Allen County which
years, their federal and state included 1,000 wheel chair
rides a month
Justice Thomas’ moment funding has decreased by 30
percent. This levy will give
them reliable, local funding

2018 – Provided 46,671
rides for elderly and
that will allow them to

may inally have arrived maintain current services as

well as bring back evening and
weekend services and three
persons with disabilities
from every corner of Allen
By Jessica Gresko ships by Trump . Thomas and his
Associated Press wife, Virginia, herself a well-known routes they had to cut in 2018.
Currently – Provides 1,475
conservative activist, have dined
WASHINGTON — Clarence Thom- with the president and first lady. rides a MONTH for special
as has been a Supreme Court justice Elizabeth Wydra, president of the needs school children from
for nearly three decades. It may finally liberal Constitutional Accountability 5 school districts including
be his moment. Center, acknowledged that Thomas’ Elida, Shawnee, Bath, Lima
Many Americans know Thomas views may now have more sway,
City and Bluffton.
largely from his bruising 1991 confir- something she described as “terrify-
mation hearing, when he was accused ing to many progressives.” WHAT WILL IT COST
of sexual harassment charges by for- Still, Thomas’ views can be so far US? Currently – Provides over
mer employee Anita Hill — charges from his fellow justices that neither 1,000 worker rides a
he denied. People may know he’s Roberts nor Chief Justice William 2¢ ON A $20 PURCHASE MONTH
a conservative and has gone years Rehnquist before him have assigned

without speaking during arguments Thomas big, landmark opinions The ALLEN COUNTY RTA
at the court. But scholars say it would on the belief that he won’t be able Currently - A part of the
(ACRTA) levy is for one-tenth
be wise to pay closer attention to to keep together the votes of his Emergency Contingency
Thomas. colleagues, said Ralph Rossum, of one percent. So – let’s do
Plan for police and fire
Thomas is now the longest-serving the author of a book on Thomas. the math. If you go out and
departments as well as
member of a court that has recently Instead, Thomas often writes sepa- buy a new shirt for $20, the
gotten more conservative, putting him rately, speaking only for himself. hospitals and schools.
increased sales tax will be 2
in a unique and potentially powerful Some critics dismiss those solo
position, and he’s said he doesn’t plan opinions as uninfluential, but Ros- pennies – 2 CENTS! If you buy Supported by 7 Allen
on retiring anytime soon. With Presi- sum disagrees. a new battery for your car and County Mayors (Delphos,
dent Donald Trump’s nominees Neil “He stakes out a position more it costs $100 – the increase in Spencerville, Cairo, Harrod,
Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh now on forthrightly or vigorously than other your sales tax will be 10 CENTS.
the court, conservatives are firmly in justices are willing to go, but they’re Bluffton, Lima and Elida)

control as the justices take on divisive kind of sucked along in his wake,” and endorsed by the City
issues such as abortion, gun control Rossum said, adding that, like a The good thing about this levy
Councils of Lima and
and LGBT rights. magnet, “Thomas drags the court in is that it does not affect your
Delphos as well as the
Thomas, for the first time, is on his direction. They may not go as far income or property taxes or
a court where there are at least four as he goes, but they go further than Bluffton Village Council.
the cost of utilities or
votes for some “pretty radical” deci- they would have otherwise.”
sions, said political science professor Some of the areas of law where, groceries.
Corey Robin, the author of a Thomas over time, Thomas has pulled the VOTE on MAY 7th
to support RTA.
book due out in September. Robin court closer to his positions include
says the question will be whether the voting rights, campaign finance, and The Faces of Those
court’s more conservative justices —
Thomas, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh and
the Second Amendment, Robin and
Rossum said. Who Ride
Samuel Alito — can get Chief Justice If it were up to Thomas alone, the
John Roberts, a more moderate con- high court would be willing to make Jacob King is an Assistant
servative, to go along. sweeping moves. While the court is Professor at Rhodes State
Thomas, 70, became the high typically cautious about overturning College. He is low vision and
court’s longest-serving justice, the its past decisions, Thomas, who as
cannot drive. He relies on RTA
“senior associate justice,” when Jus- an originalist believes in reading the
tice Anthony Kennedy retired last Constitution as those who wrote it to get him to work every day
summer . But unlike Kennedy, who meant, feels less bound by precedent as well as to appointments,
sat at the court’s ideological center than other justices. church, and community events.
and was most often the deciding vote Just this term, Thomas called on the
when the court split 5-4, Thomas is court to reconsider a landmark 1964
consistently on the court’s far right. First Amendment case, describing
That’s won him praise from Trump . it and later decisions extending it as John is a senior citizen with a
As a presidential candidate, he called “policy-driven decisions masquerading disability. He relies on RTA to get
Thomas “highly underrated.” Trump as constitutional law.” He also criti- him to doctors’ appointments,
said Thomas has “been so consistent cized a 1963 Supreme Court decision grocery shopping and to his many
for so long, and we should give him that guarantees a lawyer for anyone community volunteer activities.
credit.” too poor to hire one. And he equated
More than 20 of the men and the court’s Roe v. Wade abortion deci-
women Thomas mentored as law sion with its Dred Scott decision,
clerks have gone on to hold political which said African Americans weren’t
appointments in the Trump adminis- citizens, labeling both “notoriously
tration or been nominated to judge- incorrect.”

Prison looms for Michael Cohen

WASHINGTON (AP) Since mid-March, cussion” about reduc-
— For months, Presi- prosecutors in New ing his sentence, based
dent Donald Trump’s York have rebuffed on his cooperation.
former lawyer Michael Cohen’s repeated offers That meeting never
Cohen tried — but to provide more infor- happened. Erica is legally blind and cannot
failed — to position mation about alleged That snub might be
himself as a whistle- wrongdoing by Trump the best evidence yet drive. She has been riding RTA
blower in the vein of and other people in his that Cohen’s months- for many years to work, to school
Watergate hero John orbit, Cohen’s attorney long campaign to sell and now to doctor
Dean. Lanny Davis told The himself as a potential appointments, shopping and
As the time ticked Associated Press on witness hasn’t paid off.
down toward his Friday. Cohen is scheduled community events.
deadline to report to “Why not see him?” to report Monday to a Jennifer is an OSU student
prison, Cohen also lost Davis asked. “What’s federal prison 70 miles This is a workforce issue. studying social work. Her
the interest of the one the downside? He’s north of New York It is an economic issue. cerebral palsy and reliance
group of people who about to go to prison.” City to begin serving on a wheel chair, prohibit
could help him out: Cohen’s legal team a three-year sentence It is a quality of life issue.
her from driving.
the federal prosecutors reached out to prosecu- for campaign-finance Please Vote YES!
he desperately hoped tors in March asking violations, tax evasion,
would ask a judge to for an opportunity to bank fraud and lying to

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The Lima News Sunday, May 5, 2019 7A


the body’s immune “he response

system, defeat is up to

s “force ields”
cancer cells and
50 percent in
patients with
the highest
enable the PD-L 1, which
immune system means major
to seek out and shrinkage
destroy these or total
rogue cells. elimination of the tumors,” he says.

his is called immunotherapy, In 2018, researchers announced

and it’s one of the most promising that combining immunotherapy
areas of cancer research and with traditional treatment for
treatment. hink of cancer localized lung cancer doubles the
research as completing a very likelihood of survival. And these
complicated puzzle, with many gains are just the beginning with
people contributing vital pieces. immunotherapy, which Carbone
he basic science work of says is still in the early stages
Carbone and his lab team was of development.
one piece, but another key piece
of the puzzle helped make the “Building on these results, we’re
picture complete. looking at new therapies for lung
cancers involving gene-modiied
“Researchers found an important cells and custom vaccines,”
immunologic checkpoint protein Carbone says, noting that the
called PD-L 1,” Carbone says. OSUCCC – James has clinical
“It acts like a force ield around trials underway for cell-based
the cancer cell. If you have treatments as well.
a drug that blocks PD-L 1,
a checkpoint inhibitor, it allows hat’s why researchers and
the immune system to see and oncologists at the OSUCCC –
kill the cancer.” James study the unique
genetic and immune makeup
hese new immunotherapy of each patient’s cancer. heir
drugs have improved Carbone’s discoveries deliver the most
ability to treat and prolong the advanced individualized
lives of his lung cancer patients, treatments, leading to better
especially those whose tumors outcomes, fewer side efects
have a high level of PD-L 1. and more hope for cancer
hat’s about 30 to 35 percent patients and their families in
of his patients. Ohio and around the world.
O pinion
8A Sunday, May 5, 2019 The Lima News

New St. Rita’s CEO
brings inspiration
for local women
The Lima News

At a time when the Lima region is again

debating how it can attract and retain a talented
work force, along comes Ronda Lehman.
She officially became the new president of
Mercy Health-St. Rita’s Medical Center on April
29. Not only is she the first female lay person to
serve as the medical center’s president, but she
also becomes the CEO of the No. 1 employer in
the nine-county area.
And you know what? She’s a local person who
could have found work anywhere in the country,
but chose to con-
tinue to call the Lima
region home. INSIDE TODAY
Lehman graduated Read Business
from Allen East High Reporter Mackenzi
School and attended Klemann’s interview
college right down with Ronda Lehman
the road at Ohio today in the Business
Northern University. section — Page 1D. YOUR VIEW
She later obtained
her doctor of pharmacy from The Ohio State They know not elephants, and try to put an end
to the illegal ivory trade. While
and outside of their places. One
fight can completely destroy a
University and an MBA from Tiffin University. we couldn’t prevent the extinction good night scene. A shooting can
All of that makes her a poster person for what they do of the mammoth and mastodon, cause a complete loss of business.
those trying to sell the Lima region to anyone we can prevent the extinction of As I recall when we pressed
who will listen. I like everything about Eliza- elephants. It’s often said that ele- charges against the fighters and
Even more so, Lehman’s promotion should beth Warren’s student loan for- phants never forget, so, likewise, troublemakers, the courts did not
be an inspiration to women health-care workers giveness plan except the term we must never forget the needs of do much to discourage repeat
throughout the region. “forgiveness.” As if students the world’s largest land mammal. offenses. In addition, in order to
She began her career at St. Rita’s in 1995 as have committed a sin by going Thomas Miller Huffman file charges, we had to sit in the
a pharmacy intern and later became its director into debt up to their eyeballs in Lima hallway at the Municipal Court
of pharmacy, vice president of operations and order to obtain a college diploma. with the people we were filing
chief operating officer. What choice did they have? It’s RTA created charges against. This caused
She now joins a rare club of females who the conventional wisdom, that some interesting situations.
are CEOs of hospitals. Even though women
represent 65% of the health-care workforce,
if you want a career — and not
just a “job” — you need a college
its problems Perhaps instead of trying to
close bars and punish taxpaying
only 33 percent of senior leaders of health-care degree. And for the most part the businessmen, City Council could
companies are female, including just 13 percent conventional wisdom is right. As a former employee of RTA, pass an ordinance with some
of chief executive officers, according to Oliver The only ones in this scenario I agree our community needs teeth in it against disturbing the
Wyman, a leading global management consult- in need of forgiveness are those public transportation. However, peace in a liquor establishment. A
ing firm. Wall Street student loan sharks I do not believe a new levy is the large fine and some real jail time
To put it another way, the United States has who have economically crippled a answer to the problems that face would go a long way to stop the
more male chief executives named John than whole generation in order to line RTA. fighting and violence. It would
female CEOs combined. their capacious pockets. The ones When I left RTA in 2014, there not take long for the bad guys to
That’s mind-boggling. who need forgiveness are those was money in the fund for ser- learn that fighting and causing a
We congratulate Ronda Lehman and wish her who lobbied to make sure student vices. However, when Ms. Haney disturbance in a bar does not pay
the best. loan debt, unlike any other kind took the position of Executive off any more.
of debt in our society, could not Director in March 2014, she and Sure there would be calls for
be written off in bankruptcy. the RTA board were well aware service from the police, but once
And Father, please forgive those that two of the grants RTA was there are consequences to bad
THEIR VIEW individuals whose response to using for special routes to trans- behavior, the number of calls
Warren’s proposal goes something port clients to Marimor were would naturally be reduced.
like this: “I had to pay back my not going to be available within One of the biggest complaints
Maybe this time student loans, every penny with
interest. Why shouldn’t they? I
a few years. It was suggested we about Lima is that there is no
should begin cutting services that place for young people to go to
we’ll rebuild had to suffer for my education,
now it’s their turn.” Forgive these
did not generate many riders. have a good time. There are plac-
Instead, Ms. Haney continued to es to go, just enforce the law and
folks, father, for their churlish- add new routes. they will also be safe places to go.
infrastructure ness. They know not what they
If smaller communities are in
need of RTA services I believe
Kenneth E Harris
Newsday A decent, civil, democratic they should step up and give RTA
society makes higher education funds. Commissioners also should Residents do
Under President Donald Trump, the United attainable to as many of its young reinstate money taken from RTA
States has added another spring ritual to
accompany blooming flowers and the return of
people as possible. In this coun-
try, alas, higher education had
years ago.
I love Lima and believe in help-
depend on RTA
baseball: the fresh promise of a grand plan to been treated as just another com- ing those less fortunate, but I For any of us who have multiple
rebuild the nation’s infrastructure. modity, a thing to be bought and don’t think a tax levy for RTA is cars in our driveway or garage,
Tuesday, Trump and his advisers met with sold. And if you can’t afford to the answer. Without a fiscal plan it can be incredibly difficult to
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and buy it, well, just go flip burgers, for this new money, RTA gets a understand or realize how some
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. There were simi- you loser. blank slate to spend money. An in our community do not have
lar meetings and similar brandings of “infra- Let’s call Warren’s proposal independent study from an out- these resources.
structure week” in early 2017 and 2018, too. not the “forgiveness” program; side source is needed to see what I am acquainted with a good
But this time, Democrats Pelosi and Schumer let’s call it instead the “student makes sense. number of people who regularly
sounded optimistic about the conversation, reparation” program. Let our In full disclosure, my job as rely on RTA as public transporta-
and about a potential bipartisan plan to spend government allow those burdened Operations Director was elimi- tion. They are all people who are
$2 trillion to repair the nation’s crumbling with heavy student loan debt to nated while I was on medical working, or seeking an education,
roads, bridges and tunnels, improve the power jettison most of it, so they have a leave in October 2014. Ms. Haney or desire to get around the area
grid and expand broadband service. chance in life. told me they needed my salary for for medical treatments and retail
A vital nation must have high-quality infra- Dr. Kelly Anspaugh operations and she would be tak- purchases. Their commonalities
structure. Rebuilding ours would provide Ada ing over my duties. This letter is are people who want to be inde-
good-paying jobs, a better business environ- not in retaliation for that action. pendent, citizens who strive to
ment and a safer and more comfortable nation. Never forget Shortly after that happened, I live within their means, and they
There is little opposition in either party, so needed to be available to care pay taxes. And I have seen where
it’s vexing that a bipartisan deal hasn’t already
been done.
elephants for a family member. I feel that
when things happen that are not
education and better incomes
have allowed these Allen County
But it always comes down to funding and planned, there is always a reason citizens to become more financial-
priorities. To spend $2 trillion, that money Thousands of years ago, the for it. ly stable and eventually purchase
must be raised via public or private sources, woolly mammoth and the mast- Dianna Drexler their own vehicles.
whether it’s borrowed, assessed in gasoline odon roamed the state of Ohio. Lima My grave concern is that if
taxes or other levies or captured via tolls and However, they soon became the RTA levy fails, these public
fees. And then it must be parceled out fairly extinct from unknown causes. Lima’s war transportation resources will go
and wisely. But, today, their descendants, the away and when that happens,
The tri-state area needs major improve-
ments. One is the Gateway project, a $30 bil-
African elephant and the Asian
elephant roam the savannas and
on local bars hard working citizens serving
minimum wage jobs may not be
lion effort to build a rail tunnel under the Hud- rainforests of Africa and South- As a former owner of a down- able to get to work. Allen County
son River. We need more workaday improve- east Asia. These two species are town Lima night club, I closely prospers when we can all be at
ments, too, like safe roads and bridges. We in danger of becoming extinct as watched the Lima City Council’s work! The Board of Elections has
need to be able to easily move products and well. war on local bars with high rates extended hours for absentee vot-
people about. And we need to be able to move Poachers ruthlessly slaughter of service calls from the Lima ing in the days that remain before
important legislation, too. them for their ivory tusks, and Police. Of course when the bars the May 7 election – even Sunday.
Trump and congressional leaders plan to their habitats are being destroyed with high call numbers are shut I urge the community to get out
meet again on the topic in three weeks. This to make room for cities and down, the troublemakers will just and vote for this important com-
time, they need to the framework of a deal. farms. So, we must do everything find a new place to haunt. None munity resource and keep Allen
Because if failing to do so becomes an annual we can to protect elephants from of the proprietors of these estab- County at work.
tradition, the decline of our nation will become extinction. We must support our lishments want the fights and Beth Seibert
a foregone conclusion. state’s zoos’ efforts to protect violence that happens both inside Lima
The Lima News OPINION Sunday, May 5, 2019 9A


The persecution of Christians Cartoonist Viewpoints

After hundreds angry. week, a young Honduran
of Roman Catho- The death toll in evangelical who received
lics were killed in Sri Lanka dwarfs death threats every day
an Islamist terror that in New Zea- for six months and who
attack on Easter land, and I say was assaulted outside
Sunday, Hillary that not to dimin- of the church where she
Clinton tweeted ish the horror of preached, was granted
out the following: Christine the assault on asylum by a compassion-
“On this holy Flowers innocent Muslims ate immigration judge. It
weekend for Contributing but to point out might seem counterintu-
many faiths, columnist that Clinton didn’t itive that Christians are
we must stand take the Easter in danger in Christian
united against Sunday massacre majority countries, but
hatred and violence. I’m as an opportunity to there are no geographi-
praying for everyone decry “the normaliza- cal limitations when it
affected by today’s hor- tion of anti-Christian comes to hate.
rific attacks on Easter hatred and racism in all However, there is an
worshipers and travelers its forms.” She didn’t unwillingness in the
in Sri Lanka.” condemn “Islamic terror- west to acknowledge
The phrase “Easter ists.” She didn’t demand that Christians are an
worshipper” seemed that their “murderous endangered species.
strange, especially hatred must be stopped.” As John L. Allen
since former President She just said that on a observed in Crux, an
Barack Obama had used holy weekend for “many online newspaper that
the exact same phrase faiths,” we need to stand focuses on news related
when tweeting out his against “hatred and vio- to the Catholic Church,
own condolences: “The lence.” “conversation about anti-
attacks on tourists and Some people reading Christian persecution
Easter worshipers in this won’t see anything has gone through several
Sri Lanka are an attack wrong with her com- phases of denial … fueled
on humanity. On a day ments. Some people will by suspicion in some cul-
devoted to love, redemp- take issue with the fact tural and media circles
tion, and renewal, we that I am using the death that ‘anti-Christian
pray for the victims and of innocent people as an persecution’ had been
stand with the people of occasion to play politics. ginned up by conserva-
Sri Lanka.” But I have a problem tive western Christians
I chalked it up to that with the way Clinton, looking to win sympathy
foot-in-mouth disease and Obama, and others for socially unpopular
that afflicts some pro- were so quick to com- positions on matters
gressives when they try miserate with Muslim such as homosexuality
to talk about religion. victims in New Zealand, and women.”
I was willing to move and before that Jewish To me, this statement
on from Clinton’s state- victims of the Tree of resonated as I consid-
ment until I recalled her Life Synagogue in Pitts- ered Clinton’s tone-deaf
tweet after the assault burgh, and before that tweet. Consciously or
on two mosques in New the African American not, she sees Muslims,
Zealand: victims of Mother Eman- Jews, and other minori-
“My heart breaks for uel in Charleston, but ties as victims, and has a
New Zealand & the had a difficult time find- blind spot when it comes
global Muslim commu- ing the explicit words to Christians. She’s not
nity. We must continue to talk about how Chris- alone.
to fight the perpetuation tians were murdered in Language matters. So
and normalization of Sri Lanka. the next time a church
Islamophobia and racism I’m sensitive to the goes up in flames, or
in all its forms. White issue because I’ve spent people are massacred
supremacist terrorists the last few months in church pews, let’s
must be condemned in immigration court stop using euphemisms
by leaders everywhere. defending Christians like Obama’s “attack on
Their murderous hatred who have been perse- humanity.”
must be stopped.” cuted in other parts Let’s be honest: It was
That’s when I got of the world. Just this an attack on Christians.

Apologize to Clarence Thomas
Joe Biden recently apolo- picious sorts note she also kept
gized to Anita Hill for a bunch calling him over the years. She
of senators being so rough on said she didn’t. Unbiased phone
her at 1991 Senate hearings records were consulted on the
that he chaired on confirming issue. She did.
Clarence Thomas as a Supreme Some say the senators asking
Court justice. She thought her questions were “derisive,”
Biden, a Democratic presiden- Jay although it’s also said they were
tial candidate, didn’t go far
Ambrose “courteous” while tough enough
enough. He may actually have Contributing to try to get to the truth. Not
gone too far. He really owed an columnist every Democrat voted “no” to
apology to Thomas instead. making Thomas a justice but
Saying as much 27 years later Biden did, naturally enough,
is political and cultural blasphemy, I and what verdict would a jury have
realize, but I remember keeping up given? Read and learn that a huge
with the fracas at the time and having majority of Americans watched at
strong feelings about what seemed to least some of the proceedings on TV
me blatant, politically driven unfair- with 58 percent telling pollsters they
ness to Thomas. Recently, I have believed Thomas while just 24 percent
poured through a lot of interpreta- cheered Hill.
tions of what happened, and just as I Oh, poor Anita, some have said,
found a sea of sympathy and support even as she went on to win national
for Hill, I also found facts from such awards, get a book published, become
thinkers as Thomas Sowell punctur- a law professor at Brandeis University
ing the usual narrative to the point of and give speeches for fees ranging as
wondering how it stays afloat. high as $50,000. So very, very many
The background was that Thomas defend her even though she didn’t
was a conservative black man, an hon- defend women making allegations
est, clear-thinking constitutionalist against President Bill Clinton. She said
who just might have some problems he was too good on women’s issues.
with Roe v. Wade, it was thought. When the Smithsonian National
A member of one feminist group is Museum of History of African Ameri-
quoted in an online article as having can History and Culture opened, she
said, “We need to kill him politically.” found a home immediately. Thomas
At the last minute, Hill, a black law had to wait a year.
professor in Oklahoma appeared on In my view, Thomas has been a
the scene. She talked to the FBI, con- great justice, believing he should
veyed what she intended to say and uphold the meaning of the Constitu-
said something different. The FBI said tion instead of what some gods in
she lacked credibility. human clothing think it should mean,
Her actual message was that, when and writing in plain, decipherable
she and Thomas once worked togeth- English instead of legalese signify-
er and others were not around, Thom- ing nothing. He is a noble, honorable
as would sometimes ask her out while human being who rose high from
talking about juicy pornography, his humble beginnings to foul play — “a
sexual prowess and the wonder of his high tech lynching for uppity blacks,”
body parts. A dozen women who also he called the hearings — before his
worked with Thomas testified that the opportunity to bless America.
accusation was the opposite of who With assistance from Biden, Anita
he was. No one who worked with Hill Hill could have destroyed his contribu-
stepped forward on her behalf, it has tions with nothing to back her up, and
been noted. even if you do not like Thomas, do
Even after Thomas had supposedly you think that is how our government
humiliated her with his X-rated mouth, should work?
Hill followed him to another job. Sus- It’s still happening.
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Activate Allen County and member organizations
organization of the larger Allen County Community Health
campaign and the amount Allen County Democratic Party
of support that has been Area Agency on Aging 3
garnered for the levy. Since Dave Berger, Lima Mayor
the levy’s campaign officially Blufton Village Council
began earlier this spring, Delphos City Council
steering committee member Delphos Senior Citizens
Leslie Rigali has pointed to Elida schools
27 different organizations Chris Garlock, Lima Mall Manager
located throughout the coun- Josh Gillespie, Delphos Mayor
Craig J. Orosz | The Lima News Kim Hardy, Elida Mayor
ty which have publicly stated Health Partners of West Central Ohio
Ronnie Cash, left, and Nikia Vogel, exit an Alllen County RTA bus in Lima. The
support for the 2019 levy. transportation system has a 0.1% sales tax increase on Tuesday’s ballot. P.J. Johnson, Spencerville Mayor
While that may be the Rich Johnson, Blufton Village Mayor
case, little has changed in errands that circulate funds “I don’t think they could Joe Kitchen, Bath Fire Chief
the reason for the ACRTA’s throughout the larger com- be efficient as they could Lima City Council
need. Due to a lack of local munity. be,” said Shelley Gould, for- Lima City Schools
public transit taxes — a Outside of the social ser- mer ACRTA finance director. Lima Ministerial Alliance
unique situation for Allen vices that ACRTA may pro- “When we had money issues Lima Pallet
County — the ACRTA has vide, Haney said the ACRTA years ago, we had to cut Low Vision Coalition
a hard time finding local is also a major economic routes. We had to cut office Nelson Packaging Company
match dollars for the federal driver in the community. people. (Haney) is hiring Regional Planning Commission
Shannon Rumer, Harrod Mayor
grant it uses as its operating Workers without the option office people, and (staff) is Theresa M. Schnipke, Superintendent, Allen County Board of
budget. A one-to-one match of personal transportation double of what we had.” Developmental Disabilities
is necessary, Haney said, often use the public bus Gould, among others, West Ohio Community Action Partnership
and the ACRTA has already service to reach their places admitted that the some resi- Todd Wilkin, Cairo Mayor
examined multiple outlets to of employment, and outside dents need the service, but
raise those funds. companies looking to the her primary questions about
Such efforts include region may see the lack of a the levy is how much is nec- or find other sources of local transit, adding $37 million
leasing out space in the bus service as a detriment essary, as the local service income.” that could be allotted to
ACRTA’s building, working when considering site selec- already utilizes federal and Suggestions that have been the state’s 61 public transit
with Greyhound, selling hon- tion options. state funding to pay for its made to address the budget authorities.
ey-buns in bus lobbies and “The board is fully in sup- operations, especially ser- issues raised by the ACRTA State officials have yet
working with some commu- port of this,” ACRTA Execu- vices with low ridership. — by Gould and others who to state exactly how much
nity partners, such as Nelson tive Board President Brad “I would like to see an oppose the levy — include that may be specifically for
Packaging and Marimor, to Taylor said. “I just want to independent study from an streamlining operations by Allen County, and Haney
provide bus services to those make sure that the RTA’s outside source done to see cutting routes with lowest has said even if the ACRTA
locations. position is clear that we’re what new routes, if any, ridership and raising addi- was to see a major increase,
Haney and Rigali also unified on the need for this.” make sense and if night tional funds by increasing it would most likely need
point out that the ACRTA hours and weekend hours the service’s rates. a local match to take full
often services large num- Against the levy justify the cost of these Others that challenge the advantage of those dollars.
bers of elderly and disabled Many who oppose the routes,” former ACRTA RTA’s need for the levy also “There has to be a cheaper
riders, and without the sales tax increase consistent- Operations Director Dianna point to Ohio’s increased way for these people to be
ACRTA’s $2 door-to-door ly raise the issue of ACRTA’s Drexler said in an email public transit budget line as transported, without asking
service, many would have alleged mismanagement of to the Lima News. “In the a potential source of funds. the taxpayers to pay more
few options when trying to taxpayer funds as the prima- meantime, maybe they need The recently-passed state taxes,” Gould said.
travel to doctor’s appoint- ry reason they plan to vote to live within their means transportation budget dou-
ments or attending to “no” next Tuesday. like the taxpayers must do bled the allocation for public Reach Josh Ellerbrock at 567-242-0398.
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The Lima News Sunday, May 5, 2019 • Section B

Shawnee Fire Department
plans hydrant maintenance
Marital rape laws challenged
By Julie Carr Smyth the so-called “marital
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — The Shawnee and Steve Karnowski rape exemption” or
Township Fire Department will be con- Associated Press “spousal defense” still
ducting fire hydrant maintenance and flow exist in most states —
testing beginning Monday and continuing COLUMBUS — remnants of the English
through the month of May, depending on the Witches were still being common law that helped
weather. burned at the stake inform American legal
Water could become discolored. This is when Sir Matthew Hale traditions. Legislative
normal but can create a problem for residents came up with his legal attempts to end or mod-
who wash laundry during this time. Residents theory that rape could ify those exemptions
should flow water from a cold water tap for not happen within mar- have a mixed record but
several minutes, assuring that the water is riage. The 17th century have received renewed
clear, before doing any laundry. English jurist declared attention in the #MeToo
it legally impossible era.
Steve Karnowski | AP because wedding vows The most recent
VFW hosting Memorial Jenny Teeson, center in white, of Andover, Minnesota, looks on
as Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz signs a bill at the Capitol in St.
implied a wife’s ongoing efforts to roll back pro-
Paul, on Thursday, repealing a Minnesota law that prevented consent to sex. tections for spouses
Day wreath laying service prosecutors from filing sexual assault charges against people Three and a half cen-
turies later, vestiges of See LAWS | 4B
accused of raping their spouse.
LIMA — There will be a wreath-laying service
at noon Monday, May 27, at the VFW Post 1275,
124 E. Elm St., Lima.
Members of all area veterans organizations
are invited to lay wreaths on a mock tomb in the
VFW banquet room.
The speaker will be Mike Melvin, a repre-
sentative with Honor Flight. Post 1275 Honor
Guard will do the 21-gun salute and playing of

Attorney General: No
video in fundraising
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio’s attorney
general has removed a publicly funded video
from his state website after a newspaper
reported it was linked to a campaign fundrais-
ing email.
The Columbus Dispatch reports Dave Yost,
a Republican elected last November, concedes
the video’s inclusion “sends a wrong mes-
Yost says he takes full responsibility for
his campaign staff embedding the video in
the email. The video reviews Yost’s first 100
days in office and includes excerpts from his
inaugural address and Yost being interviewed Sam Shriver | The Lima News
Hundreds of people waited in line to get free comic books Saturday at Alter Ego Comics in Lima.
by his chief communications officer. It was
posted on his state website April 25.
The email sent Wednesday to Yost’s politi-
cal supporters discusses his accomplishments
since taking office and includes a “donate”
Lima celebrates Comic Book Day
button to click. By Sam Shriver mer, but we’re looking just a celebration of the It’s very clear that Hol-
An Ohio Democratic Party spokeswoman forward to moving art form of comics. The lywood thinks there’s
says it is “ludicrous” that taxpayers are subsi- into the newly formed rest of the world has some amazing stories in
dizing Yost’s campaign. LIMA — Saturday Legacy Arts District finally caught up with comics too.”
was likely the last Free with Rustgaze Records, the fact that comics are People could choose
Comic Book Day at Legacy Studios, Shop actually cool, and the from a wide variety of
Ohio inmate faces Alter Ego Comic’s cur- for Good and The Meet- characters that are in titles. All free.
rent location at 230 N. ing Place on Market them are also very cool. “Basically we got
threat charge Main St.
Owner Marc Bowker
with their coffee kiosk,”
Bowker said.
This is just a reminder
that lots of great stories
about 20 different titles
that people can choose
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio inmate announced recently he This is the 14th year start in comics. They’re from. Each visitor can
has been charged in federal court with mail- would be moving to for Free Comic Book a great tool for younger choose five different
ing more than a dozen threatening letters he another location. Day at Alter Ego Com- readers, and reluctant titles, and they can
claimed contained anthrax or fentanyl but “We’ll be moving over ics. readers may be to pick choose two more with
proved to be harmless powder. to our new location on “Every year is bigger up something and start a donation to Comic
The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Columbus said South Central probably and better than the last,” reading. But they’re also See COMIC | 3B
Friday 35-year-old Sean Heisa has been indicted by the end of the sum- Bowker said. “It’s really some amazing stories.
on two counts of making false information or
hoaxes and 13 counts of mailing threatening
communications. Prosecutors say the letters
were sent between July 2017 and July 2018 to
city, court and prison officials, two Ohio news- Graduation day celebrated at Rhodes State
papers and then Ohio Attorney General Mike
DeWine. By Sam Shriver marking the college’s today I’m exceptionally they rise to the occasion,
Some of letters threatened the use of explosive 49th commencement thrilled because I get to and take what we have
devices. ceremony. stand up and address the taught them, and they’re
Heisa is incarcerated at the Southern Ohio LIMA — Graduates “I’ve been in com- students and the fami- the best that they can
Correctional Institution in Lucasville where he’s in the Class of 2019 mencements for a long lies. I’m just thrilled.” be they will improve our
serving sentences for numerous convictions received their diplomas time here, and every Her message to communities where they
from four different counties. from Rhodes State Col- year I get that lump in students: “I want the work and where they
A message seeking comment was left Saturday lege during ceremonies my throat,” said interim students to know that live.”
with Heisa’s public defender. Saturday at Veterans Rhodes State President they’re going to rise to Spiers awarded Cathy
Memorial Civic Center. Cynthia Spiers. “It just the occasion, and their L. Kohli the Outstanding
A total of 192 degrees thrills me to watch the life has been changed Alumni Award. Kohli
Actress’ name voted were conferred during students walk across the as a result of being at
the afternoon ceremony stage at any age, and Rhodes State and as See GRADUATION | 3B
of campus theater
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP) — A univer-
sity in Ohio will remove from a campus the-
ater the last name of an actress who starred in
“The Birth of a Nation,” considered one of the
Lima News wins two irst-place AP awards
most racist movies ever made. Staf Reports Entries were judged rebuilding lives,” a look
The Blade reports Bowling Green State by editors from inside the Lima Rescue
University trustees’ 7-0 vote Friday to drop Digital First Media in Mission.
the last name of actresses Dorothy and Lillian COLUMBUS — A Troy, Michigan. “It’s another one in a
Gish comes after the school’s Black Student reporter and a photogra- Longtime photo long line of first-place
Union raised concerns when the little-used pher for The Lima News editor Craig J. Orosz finishes for Craig,” said
theater was relocated to the student union. won first-place honors won two of the three Jim Krumel, editor of The
Lillian Gish starred in the 1915 silent film, Saturday in the annual Orosz top spots in the Ellerbrock Lima News.
which served as a tribute to the Ku Klux Ohio Associated Press photo story category. Josh Ellerbrock finished
Klan and helped revive the white supremacist Media Editors newspaper compe- He picked up first place for best first for investigative reporting for
group. tition, announced Saturday at a photo story for “Memorable his story “NAACP claims not so
A university task force issued a report last luncheon. pitch for Tigers fan,” chronicling black and white,” a deep dive into
month saying the Gish name and displays The Lima News won seven 84-year-old Bob Stolly’s ceremo- NAACP racial accusations involv-
about “The Birth of a Nation” contributed to awards overall in Division IV, nial first pitch at a Detroit Tigers ing Lima’s streets department.
an “intimidating, even hostile, educational for newspapers with circulation game. He also won third place in
environment.” between 19,000 and 59,999. photo story for “Restoring hope, See AWARDS | 4B
2B Sunday, May 5, 2019 OBITUARIES The Lima News


WILLIAM YETMAN CRIDERS- of Springboro, WAPAKO- (Steve) Hast-

VILLE — Patricia 11 grandchildren NETA — Sonja ing of Wapak; 8
LIMA — Wil- Kevin and Jackie Ann Rone age 93, and 10 great D. Cummings grandchildren:
liam (Bill) Curtis Edwards, Scott of Cridersville grandchildren, age 81, of Wapa- James (Sarah)
Yetman, 61, of Custer and every- passed away sisters-in-law Fran koneta, passed Martin, Richard
Lima passed away one who helped Monday March Butler of Ada and away Friday, May Wills, Amber
on May 1, 2019 support Bill and 18, at Otterbein- Pauline Rone. 3, 2019, at 6:23 (Joshua) Stith,
surrounded by his his family during Cridersville. She She was a.m. She was Angel (Stephen)
family. He was his battle with was born Jan. 1, 1926 in preceded in death by born April 22, 1938, in Sagraves, Kyley (Adam)
born November 1, ALS. Lima to Muriel Butler. daughters Nelanne Rone Waynesfield to the late Fout, Brant Cummings,
1957 in Warren, Ohio, to Bill loved baseball, he She married Gerald J. Whetstone and Leslie Wayne and Irene Lusk Danielle Hasting and
Robert W. and F. Eliza- knew all the teams, all Rone Sept. 14, 1947 and McKinney and a brother Feikert. She married Trevor Hasting, 12
beth Yetman. On March the players and their sta- he preceded her in death Jack Butler. Leonard Leon Cum- great-grandchildren, a
25, 2016 he married love tistics. He was a positive Jan. 15, 2018. The family will mings Oct. 4, 1958, who brother Bruce Feikert of
of his life Jody Shivley. influence in many young Pat had been a sec- receive friends 10 to preceded her in death Idaho and Karen (Tom)
They waited a lifetime men’s lives as the Allen retary and clerk at 11 a.m. Sat. May 11th Aug. 24, 2018. Miller of Elida.
for each other. East High School’s base- the Auglaize County at Waynesfield United Sonja had been a The family will receive
He was a 1975 gradu- ball coach. He believed courthouse. She was Methodist Church. The homemaker. She enjoyed friends 1-3 p.m., Tues-
ate of Lima Senior High in potential and bringing a member of Waynes- memorial service will doing word games, day, May 7 at Bayliff &
School, and retired from out the best in everyone. field United Methodist follow at 11 with Rev. watching TV, especially Son Funeral Home, Crid-
the Allen Correctional He was also prominent Church and Auglaize Vera Welker officiating. westerns and ice skat- ersville. The funeral will
Institute after 30 years. in coaching football and County Mental Health Private burial will be in ing, and she followed follow at 3 with Char-
He always said it never wrestling. He had a pas- District. Wesley Chapel Cemetery Jeff Gordon’s NASCAR lotte Hefner officiating.
felt like work because he sion about developing Survivors include at a later date. career. She loved to spoil Burial will follow in St.
loved every minute of today’s boys to become children: Tasha Rone Memorial contribu- her grandchildren. Matthew Cemetery near
what he did and enjoyed the leaders of tomorrow. (William) Marshall tions may be given to Survivors include Cridersville.
every moment with his He was an avid golfer of Lewis Center, Liza Auglaize Mental Health children: Steve (Penny) Memorial contribu-
friends. and could be found on (William) Hemphill of Association or the Amer- Cummings of Marys- tions may be given to
He was devoted to the golf course when not Huntington, WV, Jayme ican Cancer Society. ville, Lori (Jeff) Wills Wapak Manor activities
family and committed to coaching. (David) Muncie of Online condolences may of Wapak, Lee (Nancy) fund and online condo-
his wife Jody and sons, He was an avid Ohio Canal Winchester and be shared at BayliffAnd- Cummings of Fort lences may be shared at
Matt and Curt. State Buckeyes, Cleve- Jerod (Veronica) Rone Mill, SC and Susan
He is survived by land Browns, and Cin-
his father Robert Yet- cinnati Reds fan. JAMES LOSEY BRENDA DONAHUE
man (Lima), brothers In appreciation of
Christopher (Peggy) Bill’s core principle of LIMA — James the United States LIMA — Bren- and playmate and
Yetman (Houston, TX), living life to the fullest
F. “Jim” Losey, Army during the da Hope Dona- inherited Brenda’s
Robert (Dawn) Yetman with those that reallyage 88, was called Korean hue, 65, passed artistic talent and
Jr. (Barto, PA), wife matter there will be no
home to the War, work- away on April 15, heart of gold.
Jody Shivley Yetman, formal funeral services.
Lord at 4:10 p.m. ing as a 2019, at St. Rita’s Brenda retired
sons Matt (Tracey) Otto In lieu of flowers,Thursday, May 2, combat engineer. Medical Center. from Wapak
(Lima), and Curtis Yet- please consider sup- 2019, at the Lima He is sur- Brenda was born Manor where
man (Lima), step son porting others fighting
Convalescent vived by several on August 11, she served as an
Thomas (Brandi) Gor- the battle with ALS Home with his loving grandchildren; great- 1953 in Oneida, Tennes- STNA. She was an avid
man, grandsons Ross with contributions to family by his side. grandchildren and two see to Michael Edward Jeff Gordon fan and
Otto and Kellan Yetman, ALS Association Cen- Jim was born March stepchildren. Donahue and Ruth Jean followed The Walking
three step grandsons, tral & Southern Ohio 4, 1931, in Lima, OH, to In addition to his (Stephens) Donahue Dead from episode one
Kian, Declan, and Beck- Chapter, or the Putnamthe late Walter and Elsie parents and wife, he is who preceded her in and will still riot if Daryl
ett Gorman. County Homecare & (Schafer) Losey. On preceded in death by a death. John Edward dies. Brenda inherited
A special thank you to Hospice. November 4, 1967, he son, Dennis Losey. Donahue, a brother, also her father’s natural musi-
married the love of his Funeral services preceded her in death. cal talent and had the
ROSE LONG life P. Sue (Kraft) Losey will begin at 7:00 p.m. Brenda is survived voice of an angel.
who preceded him in Monday, May 6, 2019, by five siblings: Eveline A celebration of
LIMA — Rose Services will be death on August 6, 2013. at CHILES - LAMAN Gates of Syracuse, NY, Brenda’s life will be held
Marie Long, 63, held at 11:00 Jim was a graduate FUNERAL AND CRE- Linda Donahue, Cathy on Saturday May 18,
passed away at a.m. Wednes- of Lima Central High MATION SERVICES, Thomason, and Alice 2019 at 1175 W. High
7:30 a.m. May day, May 8 at School. He retired from EASTSIDE CHAPEL. Donahue of Lima, Pat- St, Lima beginning at
2, 2019 at her Chiles-Laman Randall Bearing after Pastor Paul Scannell will rick Michael (Mike) noon. Anyone who knew
sister’s residence. Funeral and many years of service, officiate the service. Pri- Donahue of Bluecreek, Brenda is welcome to
Rose was born Cremation Ser- working as a machinist vate graveside services OH. She had two neph- come for an hour or for
August 9, 1955 vices, Shawnee and precision inspec- will be held at a later ews, Jonathan Donahue the day.
in Lima to Herbert O. Chapel. Major Phil tor. Jim loved sports date. and Mark (Stephanie) Brenda will be laid
and Naomi J. (Clark) Tamayo will officiate and especially enjoyed The family will Gilroy, of Lima, a niece to rest at a later date
Long who preceded the service. Burial will attending high school receive friends from Diana Gilroy of Colum- beside her parents at
her in death. Survivors be in Memorial Park sporting events. He 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Mon- bus. She was excited Woodlawn Cemetery
include sisters Kay Cemetery following the was a dedicated mem- day, May 6, prior to the about the arrival of a with a private family
Suddreth of Orlando, service. Visitation will ber of the Family of service at the funeral great-nephew, Beau graveside service. In
Florida and Terri Sue be from 6:00 to 8:00 Faith United Method- home. Gilroy, in June. Her lieu of flowers, send
(Denny) Salisbury of p.m. Tuesday, May 7 ist Church, where he In lieu of flowers, very special great-niece donations to Lima’s
Elida, sister-in-law and one hour prior to parked cars for the Lima memorial contributions Danica Gilroy served as Samaritan House or the
Lorena Long of Lima services Wednesday Senior and Lima Central may be made to The caregiver, companion, charity of your choice.
and many nieces and at the funeral home. Catholic football games, Wounded Warrior Proj-
nephews.She was Memorial contributions rain, sleet or snow. For ect, PO Box 758517, WIREMAN
preceded in death by may be made to the many years, Jim and Sue Topeka, Kansas 66675- LIMA — Kathleen L. Wireman, 77, died May 3,
brothers Larry E. Long, American Cancer Soci- volunteered at Churches 8517 2019, at the James Cancer Hospital in Columbus.
Ray Orlan Long and ety.Condolences may be United Pantry, a cause Condolences may be Arrangements are incomplete with Chiles-Laman
Herbie Edward Long, expressed to the family very close to both of expressed to the family Funeral and Cremation Services, Eastside Chapel.
and sisters Jean Hud- at www.chiles-lamanfh. their hearts. Jim proudly at www.chiles-lamanfh.
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ARNETT, Jacqueline — 11 BELLMANN, Bernard — Mass CUMMINGS, Sonja — Visitation: Services. Funeral and Cremation
a.m. Tuesday at Melcher- of Christian Burial 11 a.m. 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday at Baylif DYCK, Paul — 3 p.m. May 19 Services, Shawnee Chapel.
Sowers Funeral Home, Piqua. Tuesday at St. John the and Son Funeral Home, at First Mennonite Church, Burial: Memorial Park
Burial: Miami Memorial Park, Evangelist Catholic Church. Cridersville. Blufton. Burial: Maple Grove Cemetery. Visitation: 6 to 8
Covington, Ohio. Visitation: 5 Burial: At a later date. DAMRON, Carl — 7 p.m. today at Cemetery. Visitation: An hour p.m. Tuesday and one hour
to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral Visitation: 2 to 8 p.m. Monday. Baylif and Son Funeral Home, and a half prior to services at prior to services Wednesday at
home. BLYSTONE, Norma — 1 p.m. Cridersville. Visitation: Two the church. the funeral home.
ASKINS, Tommy — Mass Monday at Chiles-Laman hours prior to services at the ENGLE, Joseph — 1 to 3 p.m. MILLER, Charles — 10 a.m.
of Christian Burial 11 a.m. Funeral Home, Shawnee funeral home. today at Jameson Manor in Monday at W.H. Dick and
Monday at St. Charles Chapel. Burial: Spencerville DOWNEY, John — Mass Lima for a Celebration of his Sons-Hellwarth Funeral
Borromeo Catholic Church. Cemetery. Visitation: Two of Christian Burial 10:30 life. Home. Burial: Mercer Memory
Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery. hours prior to the service at a.m. Monday at St. Joseph KING, Sharon — Graveside Gardens. Visitation: 2 to 5
Visitation: 1 to 5 p.m. today the funeral home. Catholic Church. Burial: services 11 a.m. today at p.m. today and one hour prior
and 4 to 8 p.m. today at Chiles- BROWN, Betty — 10:30 a.m. Church cemetery. Visitation: Lafayette Cemetery. to the service Monday at the
Laman Funeral and Cremation Tuesday at St. Joseph Catholic 2 to 5 p.m. today at Schlosser LONG, Rose — 11 a.m.
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NAVY orado Springs, LIMA — Rob- He is survived

• Vincent Colorado. NORMA BLYSTONE ert J. “Dick” Gib- by daughters:
Abrams, a son, 91, passed Catherine (John)
senior at Bath MARINES LIMA — James Sylvester away at 4:55 a.m. McNamara of
High High • Madeline Norma M Bly- Holten, Dellace on Friday, May Lima and Bridget
School in Allen Magoto, a senior stone, 94, passed (Marilyn) Holten, 3, 2019, at his Gervais of Endi-
County, has at Minster High away May 1, Donald (Janice) home in Lima, cott, NY, sons:
accepted an Abrams School in Aug- 2019, at 6:15 am Holten, Mary surrounded by his Dennis (Marcia)
appointment laize County, has at Lima Convales- Stuttler, and loving wife and family. Gibson of Fishers, IN,
to the U.S. Naval accepted an appoint- cent Home. Julianne Marie Dick was born on Jan- Daniel (Jami) Gibson of
Academy. He will fin- ment to the U.S. Mili- Norma was (Larry (d)) Hol- uary 31, 1928, in Lima, Belmont, NC and Mark
ish his senior year tary Academy at West born August 17, 1924 ten-Irvin; Sister, Mel- Ohio, to the late Hugh Gibson of Kennesaw,
later this month and Point, New York. in Lima, Ohio to Cloy vina Shaffer, as well as and Margaret (Horri- GA, thirteen grand-
will be in Annapolis, • Olivia Skelton, a Cletus Kerr and Marie many grandchildren and gan) Gibson. On June 6, children: Nick, Katie,
Maryland, on June 27 senior at Crestview Agnes Kerr, both of great-grandchildren. 1964, he married Ruth Matt, Sarah, Annie,
for I-Day. Abrams will High School in Van whom precede her in Along with her par- (Weber) O’Connor, who Jack, Maggie, , L.E.,
major in Quantitative Wert County, has death. She married her ents and late spouses, survives in Lima. Jacob, P.J., Danny, Luke
Economics and Politi- accepted an appoint- late husband Frank Her- Norma is preceded Dick graduated from and Grace, three great-
cal Science in hopes of ment to the U.S. Mili- bert Holten Sr. and after in death by her Sons, St. Rose High School grandchildren: Ethan,
attending law school tary Academy at West his passing in 1988 she Frank Herbert (Lois) in 1946. Upon gradua- Cameron, and Kenley,
and becoming a Judge Point, New York. then married Raymond Holten Jr. and John tion, he enlist3d in the and a brother Edward
Advocate General. Blystone Sr. who also (Nancy) Holten; her Coast Guard where he Gibson of England.
MERCHANT MARINES precedes her in death. Daughter-in-law, Mari- served for several years. He was preceded in
AIR FORCE • Austin Birkemeier, Norma was known for lyn Holten; Her Sons- After leaving the Coast death by his parents,
• Chelsea Taylor, a 2017 graduate of her generosity and lov- in-law, Harold Stuttler, Guard he attended Pur- son-in-law Paul Gervais,
a senior at Crestview Wapakoneta High ing spirit. She would do and Larry Irvin; her due University and the daughter-in-law Maryc-
High School in Van School in Auglaize anything for anybody, grandsons, Brian Irvin University of Dayton lare O’Reilly Gibson,
Wert County, has County, has accepted all one had to do was and Bill Holten; and her where he studied electri- sister Mary McNamara,
accepted an appoint- an appointment to ask. She really enjoyed Siblings, G. Leroy Kerr, cal engineering. Dick’s and brother Tom Gib-
ment to the U.S. Air the Merchant Marine making things for oth- Audrey Eleanor Woolf, major in school led him son.
Force Academy in Col- Academy. ers. She was an amazing and Eugene Kerr. to a job working for Hig- The family will receive
cook, and she especially Services will be held gins Electric in Lima. friends from 4:00 to 8:00
loved to crochet. She at 1:00 PM on Monday After a few years there, p.m. on Tuesday, May
would crochet hats, May 6 at the CHILES- he started Arrow-Gibson 7, 2019 at Chamberlain-
blankets, baby clothes, LAMAN FUNERAL Electric in 1956 and ran Huckeriede Funeral
Comic and anything else that
you could think of, and
CHAPEL. A two hour
the company until his Home, Lima, Ohio. The
Mass of Christian Burial
retirement in 2000. He
From page 1B then give these away to visitation will take place could always be found will begin at 10:30 a.m.
her friends and family. immediately prior to the in the garage at his on Wednesday, May
Books for Kids, which is a charity we’re work- Ultimately, Norma was funeral, from 11:00 AM home tinkering-taking 8, 2019 at St. Gerard’s
ing with this year. They get comics into hos- an excellent parent. until 1:00 PM on May 6. things apart, fixing Catholic Church. Father
pitals and cancer treatment centers for kids,” She went above and Pastor Terry Brock to them, and putting them Mike Sergi will offici-
Bowker added. beyond, raising many officiate the service. back together again. His ate. Burial will follow at
Some of the titles were more familiar than children who loved her Burial will be in the mechanical mind and Gethsemani Cemetery,
others. more than anything. Spencerville Cemetery construction experience Lima.
“We’ve got a Disney Descendants book, so Above all else, Norma following the service. was best on display help- Memorial contribu-
that’s for fans of the TV series that’s on the enjoyed spending time Memorial contribu- ing his children making tions may be made to
Disney Channel; Pokemon; Teenage Mutant with her family. She was tions may be made to improvements on their St. Gerard’s Catholic
Ninja Turtles; Avengers; Spider-Man; Bat- the greatest mother that the family. homes. Dick was a Church.
man; the traditional ones like that. We’ve got anyone could hope to Condolences may be member of St. Gerard’s Condolences may
some titles I’m personally a fan of that I kind have. expressed to the family Catholic Church, the be expressed at www.
of invested in and hopefully other people will Survivors include: at www.chiles-lamanfh. Knights of Columbus chamberlainhuckeriede.
pick up. There’s a book called The Goon, Sons and Daughters, com. and the Eagles. com.
which I think is really fun and action-packed,”
he said. MILLER
Also as part of the event, there was Touch a
Truck, where people could get up close with a WAPAKONETA — John H. Miller Sr., 57, died follow in Memorial Park Cemetery.
variety of vehicles such as a police cruiser or May 3, 2019, at Mercy Health - St. Rita’s Medical Friends may call 2 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the
a fire truck. Center. funeral home.
Services will begin 10 a.m. Thursday at Chiles-
Reach Sam Shriver at 567-242-0409. Laman Funeral Home, Shawnee Chapel. Burial will SEE MORE OBITUARIES | 2B

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Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Civic Center.
LaRose first took today is don’t play it that have strived and
office as Ohio’s 51st Sec- safe. Seriously. Great really done something
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of Mom
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to being elected to state- thought out, carefully great risks. You have to
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Ohio Department of Van Wert in Van Wert to one lane in each to Third Street. The three days for a culvert Work is being performed
Transportation Districts 1 and 7
County direction through the project also includes replacement. Traic will by the ODOT Putnam
U.S. 30 between John work zone for pavement the replacement of the be detoured onto U.S. 68 County maintenance
ALLEN COUNTY Brown Road and Dutch resurfacing. The First Street and Seventh and state Route 81 back garage.
Interstate 75 over Little John Road, near the city project also includes Street bridges over to state Route 53. Work State Route 65 between
Riley Creek, north of of Van Wert in Van Wert replacement of curbs, Flat Fork Creek. It is is being performed by the villages of Ottawa
Beaverdam, will be County catch basins and being administered by the ODOT Hardin County and Leipsic
impacted minimally by State Route 65 between crossover drainage the Ohio Department maintenance garage. State Route 66 between
maintenance work on Fourth Street and Elm pipes. Work is expected of Transportation on State Route 67 between the Van Wert County
bridges and overpasses Street, Lima, will be to continue through behalf of the city of county Road 75 and line and the village of
in the following restricted to one lane early June. Work is being Delphos. This project township Road 65, west Ottoville
locations. Work will be of through traic in performed by Blufton is being performed by of the city of Kenton, is State Route 115 between
done primarily of the each direction through Paving, Blufton. The Eclipse Company, now open following a the village of Kalida and
highway, but occasional the work zone for State Route 309 between Chagrin Falls. culvert replacement. state Route 15
lane closures may occur pavement resurfacing. the Allen County State Route 67 between U.S. 224 between the Van
during daytime hours. Work is being performed Fairgrounds and the AUGLAIZE COUNTY county Road 115 and Wert County line and the
Work is being performed by Blufton Paving, Hardin County line will State Route 364 between township Road 135, west Hancock County line
by Complete General Blufton. be restricted to one Mercer Darke County of the city of Kenton, State Route 694 between
Construction, Columbus. State Route 81 between lane through the work Line Road and Winner will close Monday, June state Route 115 and the
U.S. 30 in Allen and Van Wapak Road and zone for pavement Road, bridge closure, 3, for approximately village of Glandorf
Wert counties will be Deiance Trail, west of resurfacing beginning April 30th–May 20th. three days for a culvert State Route 114 between
impacted minimally by Lima, will be restricted Monday, June 3. The The oicial detour is replacement. Traic U.S. 224 and Road M,
maintenance work on to one lane through project also includes state Route 705 to state will be detoured onto within the village of
bridges and overpasses the work zone for drainage work near Route 716 to state Route state Route 235 and Kalida, will be restricted
in the following pavement repairs. Work the Allen County 119. state Route 309 back to to one lane through the
locations. Work will be is being performed by Fairgrounds. Work Interstate 75 between state state Route 67. Work is work zone for pavement
done primarily of the the ODOT Allen County is being performed Route 219 and U.S. 33, being performed by the resurfacing through
highway, but occasional maintenance garage. by Blufton Paving, nightly lane closures ODOT Hardin County late July. Work is being
lane closures may occur State Route 117 between Blufton. April 14th-May 31st maintenance garage. performed by the Shelly
during daytime hours. Eastown Road and the Third Street over Flat between the hours of 6 State Route 81 just east of Company, Findlay.
Work is being performed village of Spencerville Fork Creek, between p.m. and 7 a.m. One lane state Route 235, within U.S. 224 between the Van
by Complete General will be restricted to one Douglas Street and will remain open in each the village of Ada, is now Wert County line and
Construction, Columbus. lane through the work Scott Street within the direction. open following a water the eastern corporation
U.S. 30 near state Route zone for pavement city of Delphos, will line repair project. limit of Kalida, excluding
115, west of Cairo in repairs. Work is being close Monday, May 13, HARDIN COUNTY the village of Ottoville,
Allen County performed by the for approximately two State Route 53 between PUTNAM COUNTY will be restricted to one
U.S. 30 between ODOT Allen County months for a bridge county Road 175 The following routes within lane through the work
Leatherwood Road and maintenance garage. replacement project. and county Road 90, Putnam County will be zone for pavement
Ridge Road, east of State Route 117 between Traic will be detoured between the city of restricted to one lane resurfacing through
Delphos in Allen County Greely Chapel Road onto Scott Street, Kenton and the village of through the work zone late July. Work is being
U.S. 30 over U.S. 127/U.S. and Bowman Road, Second Street, and Forest, will close Monday, for drainage structure performed by the Shelly
224, within the city of Lima, will be restricted Douglas Street back May 6, for approximately cleaning and repair. Company, Findlay.

law on Thursday. “The her as “appalling and preceding decades of During discussion rely on your faith and
Laws concept of a pre-existing
relationship defense
“Certainly, there was a
activism by women’s
rights groups or because
of the bill, one skepti-
cal male lawmaker
your commitment to
that to not bring those
From page 1B should have never been marital exemption lifted of a pivotal court ruling. wondered whether a charges. But that’s no
part of our criminal stat- years ago, but it was Nearly 9% of women and spouse might be charged place for the General
focus on rapes that hap- utes.” just for what in the pros- 0.8% of men have been with sexual assault for Assembly.”
pen when a partner is In Ohio, determined ecutorial world we call raped by an intimate “smacking the other’s The bill died in
drugged, unconscious or opponents plan to re- the force element — by partner, according to behind” during an argu- March.
otherwise incapacitated. introduce a marital rape force or threat of force,” the Centers for Disease ment. Maryland Del. Professor D. Kelly
Minnesota is the latest bill this month, after two she said. “You could still Control and Prevention. Frank Conaway Jr., a Bal- Weisberg of the Uni-
to take action. The state earlier attempts failed. drug your spouse and National surveys have timore Democrat, raised versity of California
Legislature this week Former lawmaker have sex with them, and placed the percentage religious concerns. Hastings College of the
voted to eliminate the and prosecutor Greta it’s not rape. You could of women raped within “If your religion Law said the Maryland
exemption, which had Johnson was the first commit sexual imposi- marriage between 10% believes if you’re mar- debate touched on some
prevented prosecutions to introduce the Ohio tion against your spouse, and 14%. ried, two are as one of the common ratio-
in those cases. legislation in 2015. She and it’s not a crime. It Still, many states’ body, then what hap- nales for the marital
“No longer will this said having to address was really troubling.” marital rape laws have pens? Can you get a rape exemption over the
antiquated and shameful whether a woman was All 50 states had laws loopholes — not only religious exemption?” he centuries.
law be on our books,” married to her attacker making marital rape a involving the victim’s asked. One is Hale’s premise
Gov. Tim Walz said as as part of sexual assault crime by 1993, whether capacity to consent, but “No, I would actu- from the 1670s that mar-
he signed the bill into prosecutions struck as a result of the two related to age, relation- ally say that the First riage implies irrevocable
ship, use of force or the Amendment would consent and even prop-
nature of the penetra- prevent the state from erty rights by the hus-
tion. Some impose short getting entangled in band over his wife and
timeframes for victims that sort of judgment,” her body. Those ideas
to report spousal rape. replied Lisae Jordan, have never truly disap-
A recent Maryland bill executive director of peared, said Weisberg,
sought to erase the mari- the Maryland Coalition author of a new refer-
tal exemption for all sex Against Sexual Assault. ence book on domestic
crimes. “So you would have to violence law.

Urban Meyer.
Awards Third-place finishers included:
• Don Speck, best sports photo for
From page 1B “Ouch,” a photograph of Delphos St.
John’s Dominic Metzger getting hit
Ellerbrock also finished second in by a pitch in May 7, 2018’s playoff
the best news writer category, for a game.
four-story portfolio highlighting his Also Saturday, two journalists were
best work in 2018. inducted into the Ohio APME Hall
“Josh’s curiosity serves him well,” of Fame for exceptional distinction
Krumel said. and honor in the field of journalism:
Second-place finishers included: Tom McKee of WCPO-TV in Cincin-
• News reporting staff, best nati and John Erickson of the Dayton
explanatory reporting for “Driving Daily News.
Change,” an in-depth look at autono- Jennifer Smola, a reporter at The
mous automobiles and their impact. Columbus Dispatch, was named Ohio
• Jim Naveau, best sports colum- APME’s Newspaper Rising Star. That
nist, for columns about Nick Bosa, award recognizes journalists with five
Earl Bruce, Baker Mayfield and years or less in journalism.

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Tri-City Herald (TNS)

Spring has sprung,

and with it spring fever
that has beckoned me
to stay inside. Why, just
the other day in a fever-
The Lima News Sunday, May 5, 2019 5B

ish pitch, I was bent on

Summer movie preview

reorganizing and deep
My closet came first.
In the winter-long
darkness — now
exposed to a ray of mote-
filled light instead of a
dust-covered light bulb
— I made an appalling
discovery. Spiders were
lying comfortably in lacy
hammocks, all wearing
somewhat smug smiles.
And why wouldn’t
they have happiness
written all over their
unblinking faces? It has
been a great year. Okay,
make it two. I skipped
spring cleaning in 2018
with a good excuse.
Instead of company com-
ing to my place, it was
their turn to frantically
clean before my “white
glove” arrived.
It isn’t that I didn’t try
to tidy up before giving
up — and then leaving
home. As Charlotte and
her “besties” are my wit-
nesses watching from
their shadowy corners,
each time I’d go into
my brimming closets,
my purpose was clear:
weed out clothes I never
wear, gifts I never use
and books that remain
unread. Jonathan Prime/Universal Pictures via AP
But in the middle of This image released by Universal Pictures shows Himesh Patel in a scene from “Yesterday,” directed by Danny Boyle.
being intentional, I’d

suddenly become dis-
For instance, when I
put my poodle skirt into
the Goodwill bag — the
very skirt my Aunt Hope
gave me — I’d have a
scary thought. What if it
galore, but
goes to the local charity
and someone buys it.
Then one day — horror
gems too
of horrors — they meet
my Aunt Hope and she
says, “My, that poodle
skirt looks awfully famil-
Never mind that she By Lindsey Bahr
lives three states away in AP Film Writer
assisted living. I can eas-
ily get sidetracked. LOS ANGELES (AP) —
Then there are all Pass the popcorn, the summer
those gifts that I have movie season is here and all Disney via AP
collected from birthdays the spectacle and air-condi- This image released by Disney shows the characters Mufasa, voiced by James Earl Jones, left, and Simba, voiced by JD
McCrary, in a scene from “The Lion King,” directed by Jon Favreau.
past that I intend to use tioned respite it offers audi-
— someday. But there ences. Summer at the movies There’s also diversity in the
they sit in a big heap in has long been synonymous independent realm with two
my closet. with blockbusters and fran- notable and highly personal
Why don’t I re-gift chises that are easy to spend a visions manifested in Lulu
them you say? Why don’t few hours with. For the most Wang’s “The Farewell,” with
I participate in that crass part, 2019 is no different. Awkwafina, and “The Last
act of passing on a per- You want superheroes? Black Man in San Francisco,”
fectly good gift and giv- You’ve got “Spider-Man: both A24 releases.
ing it a second chance? Far From Home” and “Dark Wang’s semi-autobiograph-
An act so despicable and Phoenix” on the horizon. Or ical film about a Chinese-
unheard of that there are sequels? There’s “Toy Story American family who decides
multiple online articles 4,” “John Wick: Chapter 3,” to keep their Chinese grand-
devoted to how you can ”Godzilla: King of the Mon- mother’s terminal illness from
pass on a present unde- sters,” ”The Secret Life of her, was a breakout at the Sun-
tected. Pets 2,” and even a “Fast & dance Film Festival.
Certainly, I wouldn’t Furious” spin-off, “Hobbs & “To have an entire film of
stoop to something Shaw.” How about a reboot Christian Black/Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures via AP
Asian faces and then have it
so low — at least not with a casting twist? Look no This image released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures shows Anne Hathaway predominantly be not English
anymore. I tried pass- further than the “Dirty Rot- as Josephine Chesterfield, left, and Rebel Wilson as Penny Rust, in a scene language, but to still have it
ing on a gift once — a ten Scoundrels” update “The from “The Hustle.” be American financed and dis-
box of stationery — and Hustle,” with Anne Hathaway tributed and marketed as a US
decided to do it close to and Rebel Wilson, or “Men “Yesterday,” coming from Uni- The one who stood out in a production is not the usual,”
home. Unfortunately, the In Black: International,” versal. sea of “Yesterday” auditions Wang said.
person who had mailed with Tessa Thompson and “Yesterday,” while a fresh was Himesh Patel, who Boyle “The Last Black Man in San
the gift to me in the first Chris Hemsworth. Biopics? conceit, does have a big recog- said made them sound new. Francisco” is another exciting
place had enclosed a few “Rocketman” is coming and nizable selling point: It’s about “It’s not cheap making a discovery from newcomer Jim-
photos inside the box. “Brian Banks” too. A literary the music of The Beatles and Beatles movie. The Beatles mie Fails who wrote and stars
She thought I’d be over- adaptation? There’s “The Sun what happens when everyone songs cost money. But (the in this story about gentrifica-
joyed upon seeing them. Is Also a Star” and “Where’d in the world forgets that they studio) saw the audition and tion and loving a home that’s
Well, overjoyed wasn’t You Go Bernadette?” Or a ever existed — except one they bought into him,” Boyle no longer yours.
exactly the feeling I had remake of an animated classic? struggling musician. said. “He’s a lovely discovery. “I love that company,” Fails
when the re-gifted recipi- Disney has you covered with Boyle laughed that the songs He has a modern sense of said of A24. “They give young,
ent handed the pictures two: “Aladdin” and “The Lion are “both the enabler and humor.” new voices a platform.”
to me several weeks King.” the destroyer. Because if you It’s not the only big original Another outfit taking
later. But there is also a world of get them wrong, it’s terrible, movie coming out this sum- gambles on new stories is
SIGH. original films that will add there’s nothing worse. If you mer featuring a South Asian Annapurna, which backed
You would think there fresh stories, unique perspec- get them right, it gives you an lead, either. There’s the Bruce Olivia Wilde’s directorial
would be a solution to tives, depth and diversity to advantage.” Springsteen-soundtracked film debut “Booksmart,” a sure-
all this clutter. Myriad the mix. And they’re not all He even made the bold “Blinded by the Light,” from to-be breakout about two
books tell us how to indies either. Some studios choice to cast a relatively “Bend It Like Beckham” direc- high school overachievers and
organize our homes, but are making big gestures, with unknown actor in the lead tor Gurinder Chadha , the devoted good girls who decide
mine are in a pile at the original horrors, comedies and role. Uber driver who gets in over to go to a party one night.
bottom of my closet. major releases from auteurs: “Any studio is going to his head comedy “Stuber,” Focus Features is releasing
Every time I get ready to Quentin Tarantino has his prefer one of the leading men with Kumail Nanjiani, and Jim Jarmusch’s star-studded
clean, I rediscover them 1969 Manson-era Los Angeles if you can get it,” Boyle said. Mindy Kaling’s “Late Night,” zombie-comedy, “The Dead
… and there goes the rest film “Once Upon a Time in “But there’s a natural inhibitor in which she plays a diversity Don’t Die,” with Bill Murray
of the day. Hollywood,” which Sony will here: They’ve got to be able to hire on a late night talk show and Adam Driver, and Neon
release; and Danny Boyle has play Beatles songs.” writing staff.
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Community Church,
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room. Room 3C, 718 W. Market
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School Senior p.m., 3230 N. Cole St.,
Concourse: 6:30 p.m., Shawnee Alliance
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11:40 a.m., Milano Cafe, events.
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Story time: 10:30 a.m., 101 Putnam Parkway, Theatre, 991 N. Shore
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Saturday, 2 p.m.
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Sunday, Van Wert Civic
Blood donation: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., South Wall
Theatre, 118 S. Race St.,
to 4 p.m., American Street, Cairo.
Van Wert. Tickets $15
Red Cross Allen County Story Time: 6:30 p.m.
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chapter: 7 p.m.
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information, additional p.m. Thursday through
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certifications. Saturday, 2 p.m.
107 W. Mechanic St.,
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The Lima News LIFESTYLE Sunday, May 5, 2019 7B

f od
Melted cheese: A treat for kids and grownups alike calories, 16 g fat, 7 g
By JeanMarie Brownson
Chicago Tribune (TNS) saturated fat, 53 mg
cholesterol, 15 g car-
By the time these bohydrates, 1 g sugar,
recipes are published, I 9 g protein, 209 mg
will have a granddaugh- sodium, 3 g fiber
ter — my first. I do not
feel old enough to be Skillet provolone
anybody’s grandmother, with salad
but I am thrilled to wel- Prep: 20 minutes
come a new child into Cook: 10 minutes
our lives. Makes: 4 appetizer
Another mouth to servings
feed. I can’t wait. The thickness of
Melty cheese of any the cheese is more
kind always makes me important here than
think of my own chil- the shape. I have used
dren as young ones. Our a wedge of imported
cast-iron griddle spent provolone, squares of
a dozen years on the kasserie cheese and two
stove waiting for the half-moon-shaped pieces
day’s quesadilla orders. of domestic provolone.
My son preferred sim- All will work here, as
ple renditions of white long as they are 3/4- to
cheese and flour torti- 1-inch thick. Cut away
llas, while my daughter any rind before cooking.
liked more complex Photos by Abel Uribe/Chicago Tribune/TNS 1 chunk aged provo-
combinations of tangy Scoop up the melty rewards of provoleta, an Argentine specialty sure to be a hit with cheese-lovers. lone cheese (3/4-inch
goat cheese and soft thick) or 2 smaller
vegetables. No matter chunks with the same
their age, the children thickness, totaling
in our house never tired about 12 ounces
of the warm, handheld 1 1/2 cups halved
goodness. cherry tomatoes
As they grew up, we 1 cup sliced baby
added mild guacamole romaine or baby salad
and salsas for dunk- greens
ing. Later, roasted 1 tablespoon olive oil
vegetables and shrimp 1 to 2 teaspoons red
got tucked into the que- wine vinegar
sadillas. As my prowess 1 tablespoon minced
in Mexican cooking fresh parsley
expanded, so did our 1 teaspoon minced
quesadilla concoctions. fresh oregano or 1/2
These days, we press teaspoon dried
fresh corn masa into Crushed red pepper
rounds to welcome bou- flakes, optional
tique cheeses and the 4 to 8 thick slices
garden’s squash blos- crusty bread, warmed
soms. Flour tortillas, 1. Let cheese rest,
quickly defrosted, turn unwrapped, at room
into midnight snacks temperature while you
with leftover roasted get everything else
vegetables and long Quesadillas, like these featuring Monterey Jack cheese on flour tortillas with avocado, were a favorite meal for JeanMarie ready. You can leave the
shreds of smoked hard Brownson’s kids. cheese out uncovered
cheese. for several hours.
Two secrets we the kids were with us. Dorothy’s Creamery in 2. Shortly before
learned that elevate Really. Lena, Ill. Brie or cam- serving, heat oven to
our quesadillas beyond In Argentina, provo- embert work well too. 200 degrees. Mix the
kids food: First, use leta is commonly served 2 teaspoons expeller- tomatoes and lettuce in
the freshest tortillas as the starter at an pressed canola, safflow- a bowl. Season with the
you can find, such as asado — a traditional, er or sunflower oil olive oil, vinegar and a
those delivered daily celebratory meal of 1/2 small yellow pinch each of the pars-
to a Mexican market. grilled meats. The stur- onion, very thinly sliced ley and oregano.
Or, follow the instruc- dy provolone-like cheese 4 asparagus spears, 3. Turn on the
tions on the package of often cooks directly on chopped exhaust fan over the
masa harina to make the?parrilla, or?grill, Salt to taste stove. Heat a small
fresh masa dough, then before it is served on 2 very fresh corn tor- (6- or 7-inch diameter)
press out fresh corn a plate. We also had tillas, about 6 inches in seasoned cast-iron or
tortillas to bake on a the specialty served to Goat cheese corn tortilla quesadillas with grilled onions and diameter nonstick skillet over
heated griddle. Sec- us in a?provoletera, a asparagus, prepared and styled by Shannon Kinsella, in the test 3 to 4 ounces crum- medium heat until hot.
ond, skip pre-shredded cast-iron pan dedicated kitchen, on April 11, 2019. bled soft goat cheese Reduce the heat to
cheese; the cellulose to the cheesy dish. Chopped fresh cilan- low. Add the chunk of
added to prevent caking Sometimes, small bowls Argentine Malbec. Per- soned or nonstick grid- tro cheese; sprinkle with
also prevents a good of chimichurri and haps a glass of cold milk dle over medium heat Roasted tomato salsa half the remaining pars-
melt. It only takes a olives accompanied the for the granddaughter until a drop of water 1. Heat a small ley and oregano, and
few seconds to shred a cheese. — when she’s ready for evaporates on contact. nonstick skillet over crushed red pepper to
couple of ounces of firm At home, I played my cooking. Add 2 tortillas in a sin- medium heat. Add 1 taste. Cook until the
cheese, and the rewards around with the cheese gle layer. Top each with teaspoon of the oil and bottom of the cheese
are great. for a quick version Jack and avocado 1/2 cup of the cheese, the onion. Cook, stir- starts to brown and
Other warm cheese of provoleta using quesadilla triangles spreading it to within ring often, until onion the middle starts to
offerings likewise unsmoked domestic and Prep: 10 minutes 1/2 inch of the edge. is soft and caramelized, soften and ooze, about
capture our attention. imported provolone. Cook: 5 minutes Sprinkle each with pep- 6 to 8 minutes. Add 3 minutes. Carefully
Saganaki, that Greek The domestic cheese Makes: 2 servings per flakes, if using, then asparagus; cook and stir flip the cheese with a
kasseri cheese flamed melted beautifully, but Quesadillas at their a second tortilla. When until crisp-tender, about spatula. Sprinkle with
with alcohol, tastes like rendered out a bit of most basic. Cutting the the bottom tortilla is 2 minutes. Season with the remaining herbs and
a salty, carb-free que- fat (which I mopped rounds into triangles hot and a bit golden, salt. Transfer to a plate. pepper flakes. Continue
sadilla. Queso fundido, up with a paper towel). helps prevent mouth about 1 minute, care- 2. Heat a nonstick or to cook until the bottom
the Mexican cheese cas- The imported sharp burns from hot cheese. fully flip to brown and well-seasoned griddle of the cheese is golden
serole, satisfies our pen- provolone had a saltier Add crushed red pepper heat the other side, over medium heat until brown but not hard, 1
chant for warm cheese; edge that really wel- flakes to the cheese if about 30 seconds. a drop of water evapo- to 2 minutes.
we happily scoop it up comed the salad top- you like things spicy. I 3. Transfer to a cut- rates on contact. Add 4. Meanwhile, warm
into hot tortillas or over ping. Other options I would never object to ting board; cut each remaining 1 teaspoon the bread on a baking
thick corn chips. We like for the provoleta chopped fresh cilantro into 6 wedges. Serve of oil and add torti- sheet in the oven for a
feel a similar fondness include tangy Greek or chives in the avocado right away with the llas. Turn once to coat few minutes. Transfer
for chunks of French kasseri and mild tasting mash. mashed avocado. tortillas with oil. Heat bread to a basket; cover
bread dunked in cheese Mexican queso fresco, 1 medium ripe avo- Nutrition informa- until softened, about 30 with a towel to keep
fondue. queso blanco and panela cado, halved, pitted tion per serving: 572 seconds. Immediately warm.
Little wonder then — all of which soften 1/4 teaspoon salt calories, 37 g fat, 15 top half of each tortilla 5. Serve the hot
that we ordered the nicely when heated. Chopped fresh cilan- g saturated fat, 50 mg with half of the onion cheese right away,
provoleta appetizer The ticket to success: tro or chives, optional cholesterol, 41 g car- mixture and half of straight from the skil-
everywhere we went in the thickness of the 1 cup shredded Mon- bohydrates, 3 g sugar, the crumbled cheese. let, topped with some
Argentina. La Tablita cheese. Look for chunks terey Jack cheese 22 g protein, 1,217 mg Fold tortillas in half to of the salad. Scoop the
in El Calafate served that are between 3/4- Crushed red pepper sodium, 9 g fiber enclose the filling. Press cheese onto the bread
our favorite version and 1-inch thick, so it flakes or smoked papri- with a flexible spatula slices and pass remain-
— a round disk of browns and melts at the ka, optional Caramelized onion, to compact everything. ing salad.
crusty cheese, soft on same time. 4 flour tortillas (6 asparagus and goat Cook until tortillas Nutrition informa-
the inside, seasoned Like any good melty inch) cheese quesadillas crisp a bit; flip to crisp tion per serving: 427
with fresh oregano and cheese offering, I could 1. Scoop avocado Prep: 10 minutes the other side, 1 to 1 calories, 27 g fat, 15
topped with a tomato, easily enjoy these time- pulp into a small bowl. Cook: 15 minutes 1/2 minutes. Serve hot g saturated fat, 59 mg
garlic and lettuce salad. less recipes as a main Roughly mash with a Makes: 2 quesadillas sprinkled with cilantro. cholesterol, 21 g car-
We scooped the warm, course with a hearty spoon; season with salt I also like this with Pass the salsa. bohydrates, 3 g sugar,
tangy cheese onto green salad and cold and cilantro, if using. the creamy soft-ripened Nutrition informa- 25 g protein, 919 mg
crusty bread and wished Mexican beer or an 2. Heat a well-sea- cow’s milk cheese from tion per serving: 231 sodium, 1 g fiber
8B Sunday, May 5, 2019 LIFESTYLE The Lima News

Pat and George Knebel Marilyn and Betty and Bud Vandemark
Mr. and Mrs. George
George Delph Jr. GOMER — Mr. and
Mrs. Bud Vandemark
Knebel are celebrating are celebrating 70 years
60 years of marriage. CRIDERSVILLE — of marriage with an
A family dinner is Mr. and Mrs. George open house from 2 to
planned. Delph Jr. are celebrating 4 p.m. June 1 at 3860
Knebel and the for- 50 years of marriage. Cambria St., Gomer.
mer Pat Metzger were Dinner with family is Please omit gifts.
married May 9, 1959, at planned. Vandemark and the
St. Joseph Church, Fort Delph and the former former Betty Thomas
Jennings, by the Rev. Marilyn Myers were were married June 7,
John Miller. married May 10, 1969, 1949, in Gomer.
They are the parents at St. Luke Lutheran, They are the parents
of six children, Rick Lima, by the Rev. Wesley of five children, Chris-
(Mary Lou) Knebel, Runk. tine Johnson, of Mar-
of Delphos, Matt They are the parents ion, Sharon Agler, of Vandemark is a
(Michelle) Knebel, of Harwood, Texas. They of two children, Jason Spencerville, Jim Van- retired brick mason of
Jefferson, Georgia, Mike have 19 grandchildren (Alexis) Delph, of Lima, demark, of Lima, Doug 38 years. His wife was a
(Terri) Knebel, of Tru- and eight great-grand- and Anthony (Cassan- is deceased. Vandemark, of Gomer, telephone switchboard
mansburg, New York, children. Two grandchil- dra) Delph, of Lima. Delph is employed and Jill Ricker, of New operator for many years.
Rob (Heidi) Knebel, dren are deceased. They have five grand- at Delph & Associates Philadelphia. They have She retired from Duff
of Boise, Idaho, Ron Knebel retired from children and a great- Appraisal Service. His 16 grandchildren and 28 Truck Line after 17
(Annette) Knebel, of farming and UNOH. His grandchild. A grandson wife is a homemaker. great-grandchildren. years.
Boise, Idaho, and Chuck wife retired from Jau-
(Denise) Knebel, of man Insurance.

Glitz up your space with silver and gold Closet
By Cathy Hobbs From page 5B
LIMA — Veronica Tribune News Service
Wende and Mark Despite my best
Hawk announce their When looking for ways to dress up attempts otherwise,
engagement. your space, why not glam up your I’m a closet clutter
Wende is the daugh- home the same way you would add bug and it’s easy to
ter of James and Lesa a bit of glitz to your wardrobe? Just hang onto things
Wende, of Lima. as in fashion, metallics such as silver, rather than letting
Hawk is the son of gold, bronze and even copper can be them go. Unfortu-
Janet Hawk, of Lima, used as jewel tones for the home. nately, this malady
Design Recipes
and the late Jeffrey Looking for ways to blend more must be part of my
Gold artwork, gold-toned lamps and a faux fur
Hawk. than one metallic finish in a single throw make a glam statement in the bedroom. nature because it
The couple will space? Here are some tips for ways to exists on my faith
exchange vows at 2 go bold with both silver and gold. and gold in an artistic statement. side too.
p.m. Oct. 19, 2019, at 1. Consider blending different fin- 6. Look for ways to build a palette Each time I go
St. John the Evange- ishes through various lighting selec- from a signature or inspiration piece. into my “closet” to
list Catholic Church, School and a 2014 tions. For example, try a chandelier in These types of statement pieces can pray — the quiet
Lima. graduate of the Univer- one finish and table lamps or a floor help be the springboard for your place that God tells
Wende is a 2010 sity of Dayton, earning lamp in a different finish. design or color story. us to find — mine is
graduate of Shawnee a Bachelor of Science 2. Add portable design elements 7. Don’t be afraid to mix and match full, jam-packed with
High School and a in biology. He earned such as a mix of silver and gold toss finishes, such as pairing a polished worries, fears and
2014 graduate of a Doctor of Philosophy pillows or throws. finish with a more muted or matte concerns. They’re so
Hillsdale College, in biological sciences 3. Blend silver and gold through one. distracting that it’s
earning a Bachelor of with a focus in cancer your fixtures such as handles or fau- 8. Use your metallic finishes as difficult to focus on
Arts in music. She is biology at Univer- cets. colors. It’s OK to blend gold with yel- talking to God.
employed by iHeart sity of Notre Dame in 4. Mix silver and gold accessories in low and yellow-based tones and silver Right away my
Media Columbus as an 2018. He is employed a single space such as blending vases with gray or gray-based tones. mind spies an item
on-air personality. by Medtronic as a or accent pieces of different finishes. 9. Create vignettes using a blend that requires further
Hawk is a 2010 clinical specialist in 5. Experiment with paint. Whether of various metallic elements. Design examination, and
graduate of Lima cardiac rhythm heart an accent wall or in the form of art- vignettes work well on surfaces such then my heart has to
Central Catholic High failure in Columbus. work, look for ways to blend silver as consoles, dressers and nightstands. muddle over it, fret
over it and refuse to
let go. By the time I
finish ruminating, my
Wapakoneta Board at east end near Mother/son super hero paper, toothpaste, conversational quiet
Calendar of Education Office,
1102 Gardenia Drive,
Bradfield Center.
Elida Local Schools
party: 7 to 9 p.m., Lima
Family YMCA, 345 S.
deodorant and laundry
time with God has
been missed. He’s
Wapakoneta. Cost Relay for Life: 9 a.m. Elizabeth St., Lima. Little Shop of Horrors: 8 been crowded out.
From page 6B $25. Proceeds to Hope to 9 p.m., middle school 24th annual Van Wert p.m. Thursday through Is your “prayer
Sensabaugh and family track, 4500 Sunnydale City/County D.A.R.E. Saturday, 2 p.m.
Public Library, Heart closet” that way too?
medical costs. St., Elida. Games, golf outing: 9 a.m. Sunday, Van Wert Civic
Collective. Register on Farce of Habit: 8 p.m. raffles, food, music. shortgun start, Hickory Theatre, 118 S. Race St., Do you hold onto
Facebook at https://bit. Friday and Saturday, Lima Area Concert Sticks Golf Course, Van Van Wert. Tickets $15 anger, and then when
ly/2GZPLZ9. 2 p.m. Sunday, Encore Band Dance the Wert. To golf or sponsor at door. Reservations you start to meditate,
Scrabble Run Theatre, 991 N. Shore Night Away: 7:30 p.m., a hole, call 419-238- 419-238-9689. your thoughts turn
motorcycle and Drive, Lima. Adults $15, Veterans Memorial 3866 or 419-238-2462. Amish fry pie sale: 9 to how you’ve been
classic car show: 9 Seniors $12, Students Civic Center, 7 27th annual Stamp a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday wronged? Or are you
a.m., Ohio Cycleworx, $10, Youth $8 at www. Town Square, Lima. Out Hunger Food through Thursday, hanging onto some-
4150 Elida Road, Lima. or box Saxophonist Henning Drive: All day. Postal Trinity United Methodist
Registration $20. Door
thing that worries
office. Schroeder. carriers collecting non- Church, Trinity United you, and then trying
prizes, entertainment, Gardeners of Lima Bluffton Arts and Crafts perishable food items Methodist Church, 137
food and refreshments. to figure out how to
Mothers Day plant Festival: 9 a.m. to in non-glass containers N. Pratt St., Ottawa.
Celebration of Hope sale: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., 3 p.m., Main Street, along with household Preorder at church or at
handle it alone? It
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scared to face a situ-
ation and even more
afraid to “let go and
let God.”
Some found luck “There are just not a non-animated original original movies. I This plethora of
Preview with Netflix, like Amy
Poehler with “Wine
enough representations
of long female relation-
topped the summer box
office was in 1998 with
think they also like big
franchises but I think
thoughts squeeze
out our ability to
From page 5B Country,” which is based ships,” Poehler said. “Saving Private Ryan.” there’s room for both,” commune in prayer. I
on a real trip she took “We’re obsessed with And this year needs all said Seth Rogen, who know, because it hap-
has “Wild Rose,” about with Maya Rudolph, the beginnings and end- the help it can get, even produced two original pens to me.
an Irish mother of two Tina Fey, Rachel Dratch ings of things and there’s with the “Avengers: End- films this summer with So, right now is
youngsters, recently and others. In the film, so much to tell in the game” boost, the year is “Long Shot” and the the time to clean
released from prison, the group of friends gets middle.” still down 13.3% . sixth graders go wild house, and I’ve
who dreams of being a together in Napa to cel- The film will be get- But the originals have film “Good Boys.” ”Stu- found a solution to
country music star. ebrate a 50th birthday. ting a limited theatrical a chance to provide dios have an appetite for overflowing worries,
run, too, but she likes upside. There’s rarely both.” brimming negative
that audiences will have the kind of grassroots- Plus, Boyle hopes that thoughts and unfor-

G O the option to watch
it with wine and then
level buzz as when
something truly fresh
even with all the possi-
bilities on television and
giving mental clutter.
As best I can see, the

just roll into bed if they
comes along.
“Last summer was a
streaming that there’s
still specialness to going
only way to clear out
our “prayer closet”

“The summer can be great example of how to the theaters to see is to call on the one
a land of opportunity original and fresh con- something new. who really knows
for films that offer an cepts were big drivers “Television is endless how to do the job.
EVERY antidote to the over- during the summer time, in a way,” Boyle His name is Jesus.
whelming onslaught of months with ‘The Meg,’ said. “But movies, you If we’ll hand over
TUESDAY blockbusters that are ‘Crazy Rich Asians,’ go and you give two our burdens to him
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The Lima News LIFESTYLE Sunday, May 5, 2019 9B


Just keep dancing

Finally, the big night was here.
’50s kids had
more freedom
than today’s
The night that most parents rave
about as their baby girl or boy
gets to shine on the big stage. My wife and I
As chaos, clutter, so many kids spent two days in my Looking back, I’m
and costumes filled the changing hometown of Charles- reasonably certain
rooms, so did excitement from all ton, South Caro-
the proud parents lina, recently. As we that my mother
who could not wait always do, we walked didn’t know where
to see the big dance around my boyhood I was most of the
recital. neighborhood — the time. I don’t even
And then there South-of-Broad his-
was me. Don’t get toric district (back
remember her
me wrong, I love then, more run-down ever tracking me
to see my babies than historic) — and down. Today, of
Sarah perform. But this the usual course, that would
Shrader big night really only memo- be grounds for a
Contributing excites me for one ries came
visit from social
columnist reason: dance sea- flooding
son was finally over. back. workers.
You see, I am not My
a very good dance mom — I kind friends
of don’t fit the mold. First of all, and I a half-minute, he’ll
it is like the longest season ever. John spent disappear.)
Seriously, it is dedication from Rosemond nearly As I walked down
September through April. That’s Contributing all day my memory lane
a lot on a working parent, espe- columnist of any (Church Street),
cially when the dance studio is 25 day that I thought of what
minutes from our house. wasn’t a today’s kids don’t
Plus, I struggle every year school day just run- know they’re missing.
with caking my already-beautiful ning the then-cob- In a word, freedom.
children’s faces with makeup and blestoned streets. At They don’t know
watching them strut their stuff the time, most kids what it’s like to not
in front of large crowds in outfits in America played be organized, sched-
suitable for the beach — even if “Cowboys and Indi- uled, directed and
they do look so darn cute! ans” or “War,” but hovered over by well-
And the actual dance recital this being Charleston, intentioned adults. It
night, it is a lot of work! Rushing we mostly played occurred to me that if
from my seat to their room after “Pirates.” The walled the adults in question
each individual performance to back yards were our can figure out how to
get them changed and prepped forts, iron outdoor plan and direct thou-
for the next dance (times two furniture our ships, sands of after-school
kids) and still making it back to trees our crow’s activities all going on
my seat before one of them comes nests, and so on. Bat- at once all over the
on, is not my idea of fun. It does, Courtesy of Sarah Shrader
tery Park, with its USA, they surely can
however, speed up the night. I am Glitch? What glitch? cannon and stacks figure out how to give
just not the mom reapplying lip- of cannon balls dis- children both freedom
stick and fixing curls in between cally taught during those months Maylie pressed forward through persed among the live and safety.
numbers. Outfit, shoes, bow. Yep, of preparation? What to do when that entire song and put her heart oak, offered a par- Today’s parents
you are good to go. your strap comes undone on your and soul into hitting those dance ticularly rich field for are taken with dem-
Yes, I realize that both of my tap shoe in the middle of your moves. She totally rocked it. fantasy. onstrating, at every
girls started at age 2, well before song while you are center stage in And that, the tenacity and After breakfast possible opportunity,
they could make their own deci- front of the crowd. determination of my baby girl (which, our mothers how involved and
sions. I know I did this to myself, Nothing could have prepared overcoming what could have been felt the compulsion to supportive they are.
but for good reason. I wanted Maylie for that. I mean, it was a complete disaster, showed me constantly remind us, By contrast, I did
them to have some social interac- her time to shine! She had waited that there is way more to dance was the most impor- all I could to ensure
tion before they started school. months — all year — for that than socializing, balance and tant meal of the day), that my single-parent
Plus, this basketball mom was moment. For a second, I wanted memorizing moves. we’d leave our homes, mom didn’t have
hopeful that some balance and to run up there and swoop her off My heart swelled with pride meet in the streets, to get involved. No
coordination will come out of stage, save her the humiliation. that night knowing that my little and run, gloriously one wanted to play
the years of dancing. And to be After all, I wasn’t going to let a girl gets it, that I no longer need run. Water was con- with the kid whose
honest, that was really all that I little glitch in her shoe (that I to immediately jump up to save sumed through mother was involved.
expected to come out of it. blamed myself about), ruin every- her in uncomfortable situations. garden hoses, of As for supportive,
But what I found — this year thing she worked so hard for. Whether on the big stage or the which there was no my mother could
especially — was so much more. But little did I know that nei- stage of life, she showed me that short supply. Around not have been more
You see, with the preparation ther was she. Oh no, my Maylie she can handle adversity even lunchtime, we’d dart supportive of my
that goes into the big night — the Jane, she rose above! Most peo- during what should be her bright- home, grab an apple rights to liberty, self-
weekly practices all year long, ple, including family members, est moments. or banana, and rejoin responsibility and the
repetition, staging night and the had no idea she had a shoe mal- After all, the show must go the mob. Sometimes pursuit of happiness.
full-blown rehearsal — the kids function. Oh, she noticed it — for on. And she knows — she has our mothers wouldn’t “Go outside and find
are ready. Somewhere along the a second, she looked down. She proven — that all she needs to do let us back in the something to do”
line of teaching dance moves (and could have fallen apart. She could is never stop dancing. house because we seemed to encapsu-
inevitably teaching them again have given up right then and were so dirty. They’d late her entire parent-
and again because the kiddos are there. She could have made a big Sarah (Pitson) Shrader was born and raised just hand our meager ing philosophy.
in Lima. She is a Lima Central Catholic and
so young), trust and love are built deal about it or melted down. Tiin University graduate. Sarah is a full-time but adequate lunches “But Mom! It’s rain-
up between the instructors and Instead, with encouragement working mama who enjoys writing about her to us through barely ing!”
the students. When they step out from her amazing instructors in somewhat crazy, always adventurous life as cracked screen doors, “Water never hurt
a mother. She lives in Bath Township with her
on that stage, the kids believe in the pit, her smile never left her husband, Paul, and their daughters, her writing
always reminding us anyone. Now go!”
themselves. face. While secretly scrunching inspirations, Maylie and Reagan. to be home by supper. My childhood free-
But you know what isn’t specifi- her toes to hold her shoe on, Looking back, I’m dom was my mother’s
reasonably certain freedom. Today’s
that my mother didn’t child has little free-
know where I was dom; neither does his

Movie review: ‘Pet Sematary’ – R most of the time. I

don’t even remember
her ever tracking
mother. From an early
age, I knew that my
mother wore many
The Story Louis and his wife is something ing semi-trucks on the me down. Today, of hats. In all too many
“What is this place?” see dead people? David out there,” says narrow road in front of course, that would cases (one being too
asks Dr. Louis Creed Are you good at Adams Jud, “that brings the Creed’s house, for be grounds for a visit many), today’s mom
(Jason Clarke). “Bury suspending your For The things back. But example. Visuals, too, from social work- wears only one hat.
your animal,” says take- disbelief? It might Lima News sometimes, dead are sometimes creepy, ers. And had today’s That’s not good at
charge elderly neighbor, help if you see is better.” thanks to cinematog- parenting police all, for either party.
Judson Crandle (John “Pet Sematary.” Also in the rapher Laurie Rose’s examined us — torn Children need to
Lithgow). “What exactly cast are Linda E. Smith shots in the dark woods clothing, perpetually learn — from early
are we doing here?” The Actors and Frank Schorpion behind the house. scraped knees, dirty on — that women are
Louis asks. “Burying Jason Clarke and Amy as Rachel’s parents, What’s not scary is the as all get-out — we’d interesting people.
your daughter’s cat,” Seimetz are convinc- visiting from Boston story line which, as it probably have been That requires that
says Jud. “That’s all?” ing as physician Louis for Ellie’s 9th birthday. unwinds, becomes more removed from the the most important
Louis says, skepti- Creed and wife Rachel Alyssa Brooke Levine and more like an unbe- custody of such an woman in a child’s
cally. “Nothing but,” who move from Boston is Rachel’s older sister, lievable slasher flick irresponsible lot. life have many inter-
Jud responds. It’s late to rural Ludlow, Maine, Zelda, who died when than a supernatural hor- (By the way, the ests, wear many hats.
at night. They’re deep with their 8-year old Rachel was a child. ror film. Silly enough, U.S. Justice Depart- As Mom would say,
in the dark woods of daughter Ellie — well in fact, that some in the ment has been unable “I’m your mother,
rural Maine. Thunder played by Jete Laurence Other Comments audience had a good to determine that but I’m lots of other
and lightning over- — and 2-year son, Gage, “Pet Sematary,” time laughing. the per capita rate things, too, and the
head, not to mention played by brothers Hugo directed by Kevin Kolsch Rated R for horror of child abduction sooner you accept
ominous music on the and Lucas Lavoie. John and Dennis Widmyer, violence, bloody images by individuals bent that, the better for
soundtrack. So we know Lithgow is Jud Crandle, with script by Matt and language, “Pet toward mischief has both of us.”
something spooky is their only neighbor. He’s Greenberg, from Ste- Sematary” runs 101 changed since my It was my introduc-
happening. That’s the a codger who knows the phen King’s novel, has minutes. I do like a good childhood in Charles- tion to women’s lib-
setup for this second deep woods and its leg- its moments but, as we horror movie. This one ton. What’s risen is eration.
film version of Stephen ends. “There are places say, they’re few and far is not. incidence — because
King’s 1983 novel, “Pet in the world,” says Jud, between. Most of them of population growth Visit family psychologist
John Rosemond’s website
Sematary.” (First ver- “that are older than we are “jump scares” — Final Words — along with media at;
sion, 1989.) are. Things happen there sudden noises on the “Pet Sematary” — coverage, leading to readers may send him email
Does “Church” — we cannot explain.” soundtrack, unexpected Not very scary; the mistaken notion at;
due to the volume of mail,
daughter Ellie’s cat Such a place is in the and loud — sometimes Slasher/horror flick; that if you take your not every question will be
— stay dead? Why do Creed’s woods. “There scary. The roar of speed- Not one I’d pick. eyes off your child for answered.
10B Sunday, May 5, 2019 LIFESTYLE The Lima News

tra el

Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel/TNS The house formerly owned by Fred Rogers is seen on Lake Osceola in Winter Park, Fla., during a tour
Joe Koerner leads a kayak tour of the Winter Park Chain of Lakes through Venetian Canal with with Peace of Mind Kayak Tours on April 8, 2019.
Peace of Mind Kayak Tours on April 8, 2019, in Winter Park, Fla.

Winter Park Chain of Lakes: Paddling with history and scenery

By Patrick Connollylake, but the message miss them, so in one across Lake Osceola,
certainly rings true
Orlando Sentinel (TNS) sense — these gems are we passed the house
while enjoying the hiding in plain sight. formerly owned by
“Pause friend let peace and quiet that Recently, I set out Mr. Fred Rogers, a
beauty refresh the comes with a morning with Peace of Mind Pittsburgh native who
spirit,” are the words on the water. Kayak Tours to experi- attended Rollins Col-
inscribed on the exedra Winter Park has a ence all of the beauty lege.
at Kraft Azalea Park chain of six lakes all — both manmade and As we approached
near Florida’s Lake Mai- connected by nar- natural — to be found the Venetian Canal that
tland. row, manmade canals. on the Winter Park would take us north to
You can’t see them You could easily drive Chain of Lakes. Lake Maitland, Koerner
A water lily is in bloom on Lake Maitland during a tour with while kayaking on the through the city and I met co-owner and talked about the appeal
Peace of Mind Kayak Tours on April 8, 2019, in Winter Park, Fla.
guide Joe Koerner at in exploring the chain
Dinky Dock to launch of lakes.
our single kayaks into “It’s surrounded by
the refreshing waters of Orlando and Winter
Lake Virginia. Park, but out here,
Koerner proved to be you’re away from it all,”
a fun and knowledge- Koerner said.
able guide, identifying Plus, if you can’t
plants and birds as we participate in the lives
went along and also of the rich and famous,
detailing some of Win- you can at least get a
ter Park’s history. glimpse of how they live
He pointed out a from a unique perspec-
house formerly owned tive out on the lakes.
by NBA player Horace When we reached
Grant, which at one Lake Maitland, we pad-
time was one of the dled past Kraft Azalea
largest in Winter Park. Park, glancing up at the
More recently, Koerner birds flying overhead.
said it was dwarfed by a Over near the Isle of
humble 27,000-square- Sicily, we saw where
foot abode on Lake the comedian Carrot
Osceola. Top and Los Angeles
Koerner also said Clippers coach Doc Riv-
that during Winter ers both have houses.
Park’s beginnings in Ahem, mansions.
the late 19th century, Ultimately, the tour
lakefront land was sell- proved to be as informa-
ing for just $2 per acre. tive as it was relaxing.
Across the lake from the I enjoyed hearing about
27,000-square-foot man- some of Winter Park’s
sion, we saw a 2.25-acre storied history while
empty lot selling for also taking in the sights
$6.5 million. and sounds of nature.
Oh, how the times Peace of Mind Kayak
have changed. Tours offers daily expe-
riences on the Winter
Peace of Mind Kayak Tour Park Chain of Lakes and
Koerner said that beyond. Adult tickets
when he first moved to for the two-hour tour
Winter Park in 1988, are $40 and tickets for
business slowed down children 3-13 are $33.
for restaurants and Alternatively, you can
shops during the hot rent a single or tandem
summer months as kayak for a half day, a
wealthy homeowners full day or even a week.
fled north for cooler Find more informa-
conditions. tion on peaceofmindkay-
As we paddled

By Chicago Tribune

GEOQUIZ: What is the

smallest country by
area in Asia?

Answer: The Maldives.

The collection of 26
atolls in the Indian
Ocean has a land area of
about 116 square miles.

S ports
The Lima News Sunday, May 5, 2019 • Section C
Indians extend
losing streak

Derby winner receives historic DQ Country House finished “I’m kind of speechless right
Country House second in the slop before
objections were raised, caus-
now,” Prat said, letting out a
long sigh.
awarded victory ing a 20-minute delay while
stewards repeatedly reviewed
Country House paid
$132.40 to win — the second-
several angles of video footage highest payout in the Derby’s
By Beth Harris before he was elevated into 145-year history.
AP Racing Writer the winner’s circle. “Looking at the tote board
That gave Hall of Fame there’s probably a lot of people
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Maxi- trainer Bill Mott his first that didn’t think we could
mum Security led the Ken- Derby victory at age 65. win,” Mott said, “but that’s
tucky Derby every step of the “It’s bittersweet. You always horse racing.”
way except for the last one — want to win with a clean trip Country House was dis-
into the winner’s circle. and have everybody recognize missed as a long shot with a
The colt became the first the horse as the very good bad post on the far outside.
winner disqualified for inter- horse and great athlete that It was only the chestnut colt’s
ference in the Derby’s 145- he is,” Mott said. “Due to the second win in seven career
year history, leading to an disqualification, I think some starts and his first stakes vic-
agonizing wait and an eventu- of that is diminished.” tory.
al stunning reversal that made Jockey Flavien Prat, who Maybe this was one for his
AP photo
Flavien Prat aboard Country House celebrates after being declared the
65-1 shot Country House the originated the claim of foul,
winner Saturday. also won his first Derby. See DERBY | 3C
winner of Saturday’s Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky.

Lima Senior
holds of
Elida, 6-4
By Jose Nogueras

DAYTON — Elida has dominated the annual

Tyler Williams-Scott Harmon Memorial game
since its inception in 2007 as the Bulldogs have
won all but one of the yearly contests.
But prior to this year’s morning affair at Fifth-
Third Bank Field, home of the Dayton Dragons,
Lima Senior head coach Casey Reed chal-
lenged his team to get the win and the Spartans
responded with a 6-4 victory Saturday.
With the win, Lima Senior improves to 7-13
on the season. Elida slips to 17-6.
The annual event that pits these two teams is
played to honor Tyler Williams, a Lima Senior
graduate, and Scott Harmon, an Elida graduate,
Richard Parrish | The Lima News
who were killed in a tragic bus accident as team-
Ottawa-Glandorf’s Parker Schomaeker hits a return during Saturday’s Western Buckeye League Tournament at UNOH.
mates on the Bluffton University baseball team
in 2007. A total of seven were killed in the crash.
“Our kids came out and gave everything they
had,” Reed said. “I challenged our kids. ‘Go out
there and play. We are a better team than our
O-G claims WBL in boys tennis
record shows,’ and the kids put up a heck of an
effort in this great atmosphere.” Titans add tourney, overall
See LIMA | 5C
crowns to regular season title
By Jim Metcalfe Parker Schomaeker
Van Wert boys, collected the second
singles championship
Spencerville girls LIMA – Ottawa-
Glandorf hopes to
by defeating St. Marys’
Andy Vogel 6-3, 6-4 in
finish out its Western the finals.
notch Ada titles Buckeye League boys
tennis regular season
Also winning finish-
ing first for O-G were
schedule unbeaten. the first doubles duo
By Mark Altstaetter Saturday at the WBL of Drew Kuhlman and tennis tournament Kamron Maag, who
at the University of defeated Elida’s Jacob
ADA – With conference meets fast approach- Northwestern Ohio, the Ramirez and Riley
ing this week and the postseason tournament Titans finished up as Creps 6-1, 6-3 in the
right around the corner, many area high school the league tournament finals as well as the sec-
track-and-field coaches were trying to fine tune champions for head ond doubles tandem of
their athletes at Saturday’s Ada Invitational at coach Jay Laubenthal. Nolan Unterbrink and
War Memorial Stadium. After Thursday’s Sam Schmenk defeated
The Van Wert boys team looked to be clicking first round indoors at St. Marys’ Mat Kawalec Van Wert’s Zane Fast hits a return during Saturday’s Western
Buckeye League Tournament at UNOH.
on all cylinders Saturday as the Cougars piled the Westwood Tennis and Justin Grannan 6-0,
up points in the field events early on, and then and Fitness Center, 6-0 in the champion- confidence coming into At third singles, John
later scorched the track to pull away for a deci- players Saturday had ship match. today.” Doll outlasted O-G left-
sive victory over second-place Bluffton, 150-100. to deal with chilly “We put ourselves Wapakoneta won hander Colin Welch 2-6,
Cory-Rawson finished a distant third (59), while weather and a bit of a in a good position the other two singles 6-3, 6-3.
Carey (50.50) and Arlington (50) rounded out breeze at UNOH and Thursday,” Laubenthal slots: at first singles, “At our practice Fri-
the top five squads in the 16-team field. even the later return of said. “Everybody won where Jeffrey Adkins tri- day, I hit with them and
sprinkles. their matches to set us umphed against Elida’s
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Reds release Kemp tOdaY
at Oakland
10:07 p.m.
1:10 p.m.
White Sox
White Sox
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CINCINNATI (AP) — The Reds have (FSO, 1150 (FSO, 1150 AM) FM) (STO, 940 (STO, 93.1
released injured outfielder Matt Kemp just over AM) AM) FM) FM)
four months after acquiring the 2018 All-Star CinCinnati CLeveLand
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from the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Cincinnati announced the move Saturday.
Kemp hit .200 with one homer and five RBIs
tOdaY tUeSdaY Wed. mOndaY WedneSdaY
before Cincinnati placed him on the injured Kansas L.A. L.A. Boston (if necessary)
list April 23 with a broken left rib. Kemp was City Angels Angels 7 p.m. (NBCSN, at Boston
injured colliding with an outfield wall in San 1:10 p.m. 7:10 p.m. 7:10 p.m. 93.1 FM) TBD (93.1 FM)
The 34-year-old was among four players detrOit COLUmBUS
acquired from Los Angeles in a seven-player tiGerS BLUe JaCketS
trade in December along with outfielder Yasiel
Puig, infielder Kyle Farmer and left-hander Alex
Wood. Kemp is in the final season of a $160 mil-
lion, eight-year contract. Perez c 2 0 1 1 1 1 .227 at 4. Monday, May 6: Boston at Columbus, 7
MLB Naquin rf 3 0 0 0 0 1 .267 ERA: Glasnow, Tampa Bay, 1.47; Stro- p.m.
Findlay golfer has 2 aces american League
By the associated Press
29 5 9 5 2 7
010110010— 4 7 1
man, Toronto, 2.19; Minor, Texas, 2.40;
Bauer, Cleveland, 2.46; Verlander, Hous-
x-Wednesday, May 8: Columbus at Bos-
ton, TBA
Cleveland 01110002x— 5 9 0 ton, 2.46; Morton, Tampa Bay, 2.52; Carolina 4, n.Y. islanders 0
east division 1-ran for Encarnacion in the 9th. Turnbull, Detroit, 2.53; German, New Friday, April 26: Carolina 1, N.Y. Islanders
FINDLAY (AP) — A golfer who got his first W L Pct GB E_Leake (1). LOB_Seattle 3, Cleveland York, 2.56; Odorizzi, Minnesota, 2.78; 0, OT
hole-in-one this week at a course in northern Tampa Bay 21 12 .636 — 3. 2B_Haniger (12), Ramirez (5), Kipnis Berrios, Minnesota, 2.91. Sunday, April 28: Carolina 2, N.Y. Island-
New York 18 14 .563 2½ (2). HR_Encarnacion (9), of Carrasco; STRIKEOUTS: Cole, Houston, 65; Boyd, ers 1
Ohio didn’t wait long for his second, recording Toronto 15 17 .469 5½ Vogelbach (9), of Carrasco; Moore (2), Detroit, 57; Bauer, Cleveland, 55; Ver- Wednesday, May 1: Carolina 5, N.Y. Is-
an ace just six holes later. Boston
15 18 .455
12 22 .353 9½
6 of Carrasco; Beckham (7), of Carrasco; lander, Houston, 53; Paxton, New York, landers 2
Lindor (4), of Leake; C.Santana (5), of 52; Carrasco, Cleveland, 50; Minor, Friday, May 3: Carolina 5, N.Y. Islanders 2
The (Findlay) Courier reports 62-year-old Central division Sadzeck. RBIs_Vogelbach (17), Encarna- Texas, 48; Morton, Tampa Bay, 48; 3 tied WESTERN CONFERENCE
Dale Cohen’s double aces came on a raw, rainy Minnesota
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20 11 .645

cion (21), Beckham (20), Moore (4), Lin- at 46. dallas 3, St. Louis 2
dor (7), C.Santana 2 (19), Bauers (12), national League Thursday, April 25: St. Louis 3, Dallas 2
and blustery Monday morning that prompted Cleveland 18 13 .581 2 Perez (7). SB_Bauers (2). CS_Ramirez BATTING Saturday, April 27: Dallas 4, St. Louis 2
most members of his league at Sycamore Chicago 14 16 .467 5½ (1). S_Martin. G AB R H Pct. Monday, April 29: St. Louis 4, Dallas 3
Detroit 14 16 .467 5½ Runners left in scoring position_Seattle Bellinger LAD 33 118 32 49 .415 Wednesday, May 1: Dallas 4, St. Louis 2
Springs Golf Course in Findlay to beg off. Kansas City 12 22 .353 9½ 1 (Vogelbach); Cleveland 1 (Naquin). Yelich Mil 29 102 26 36 .353 Friday, May 3: Dallas 2, St. Louis 1
West division
Cohen, a Findlay resident with a 17 handicap, W L Pct GB
RISP_Seattle 0 for 1; Cleveland 3 for 5.
Seattle iP h r erBBSOnP era
McNeil NYM 31 112 15 39 .348 Sunday, May 5: St. Louis at Dallas, 3 p.m.
Cabrera Pit 28 90 9 31 .344 x-Tuesday, May 7: Dallas at St. Louis, TBA
used an 8-iron to ace both the 135-yard second Houston 18 14 .563 — Leake 6 7 3 3 2 4102 4.91 DeJong StL 33 130 27 42 .323 San Jose 2, Colorado 2
Seattle 18 17 .514 1½
hole and the 138-yard eighth, finishing with a Los Angeles 15 17 .469 3
Elias 1 2-3 1 1 1 0 3 27 2.45
Sadzeck, L, 0-1, BS, 1-2 1-3
Markakis Atl
JBaez ChC
32 112 19 36 .321
30 129 27 41 .318
Friday, April 26: San Jose 5, Colorado 2
Sunday, April 28: Colorado 4, San Jose 3
round of 89. Texas 14 16 .467 3 1 1 1 0 0 5 2.31 Freeman Atl 32 122 25 38 .311 Tuesday, April 30: San Jose 4, Colorado 2
Oakland 15 19 .441 4 Cleveland iP h r erBBSOnP era Arenado Col 32 133 25 41 .308 Thursday, May 2: Colorado 3, San Jose 0
The National Hole In One Registry says the Friday’s Games Carrasco 72-3 7 4 4 0 9 94 5.60 Heyward ChC 28 91 16 28 .308 Saturday, May 4: Colorado at San Jose,
odds of making two aces in the same round are N.Y. Yankees 6, Minnesota 3 Olson, W, 1-0 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 4 3.24 RUNS: Bellinger, Los Angeles, 32; Baez, late
Oakland 14, Pittsburgh 1 Hand, S, 10-10 1 0 0 0 1 3 19 1.15 Chicago, 27; DeJong, St. Louis, 27; Story, Monday, May 6: San Jose at Colorado,
roughly 67 million to 1. Tampa Bay 7, Baltimore 0 Inherited runners-scored_Sadzeck 1-1, Colorado, 27; Albies, Atlanta, 26; Ozuna, 10 p.m.
Cleveland 2, Seattle 1 Olson 1-0. St. Louis, 26; Yelich, Milwaukee, 26; Are- x-Wednesday, May 8: Colorado at San
Cavs, Spurs assistant to talk Detroit 4, Kansas City 3
Toronto 1, Texas 0, 12 innings
Boston 6, Chicago White Sox 1
Umpires_Home, Phil Cuzzi; First, Tom
Hallion; Second, Adam Hamari; Third,
Todd Tichenor.
nado, Colorado, 25; Freeman, Atlanta,
25; 2 tied at 24.
RBI: Bellinger, Los Angeles, 38; Yelich,
Jose, TBA

Saturday’s Games T_2:41. A_18,420 (35,225). Milwaukee, 34; Ozuna, St. Louis, 29; TransacTions
San Antonio Spurs assistant Ime Udoka Minnesota 7, N.Y. Yankees 3 royals 15, tigers 3 Hoskins, Philadelphia, 28; Arenado,
played for three universities, went undrafted Cleveland 5, Seattle 4
Kansas City 15, Detroit 3
kansas City aB r h Bi BB SO avg. Colorado, 27; Alonso, New York, 26; Baez, BASEBALL
Merriield 2b 4 2 2 1 2 1 .295 Chicago, 26; Marte, Arizona, 26; Franco, American League
out of college and rose from the ranks of the G Baltimore 3, Tampa Bay 0 Mondesi ss 4 3 2 3 2 0 .284 Philadelphia, 25; Swanson, Atlanta, 25. BOSTON RED SOX — Reinstated INF Ed-
League to spend seven seasons in the NBA. Oakland at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. Gordon lf 5 2 3 5 0 0 .299 HITS: Bellinger, Los Angeles, 49; DeJong, uardo Nunez from the 10-day IL. Placed
Boston at Chicago White Sox, 7:10 p.m. Gore lf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .400 St. Louis, 42; Arenado, Colorado, 41; INF Tzu-Wei Lin on the 10-day IL.
That perseverance, along with his ability to Houston vs. L.A. Angels at Monterrey, Dozier dh 4 1 2 0 2 1 .346 Baez, Chicago, 41; Peralta, Arizona, 40; LOS ANGELES ANGELS — Appointed INF
7:10 p.m.
relate to players, has drawn the interest of the Toronto at Texas, 8:05 p.m.
Soler rf
O’Hearn 1b
Albies, Atlanta, 39; Blackmon, Colorado,
39; McNeil, New York, 39; Freeman, At-
Taylor Ward as the 26th man.
NEW YORK YANKEES — Reinstated 3B
Cavaliers. Sunday’s Games Gutierrez 3b 6 2 4 1 0 2 .344 lanta, 38; Eaton, Washington, 37. Miguel Andujar from the 10-day IL. Op-
Tampa Bay (TBD) at Baltimore (Means tioned 1B Mike Ford to Scranton/Wilkes-
A league source confirmed a report from 3-3), 1:05 p.m.
Maldonado c
Hamilton cf
DOUBLES: DeJong, St. Louis, 14; Peralta,
Arizona, 13; Bryant, Chicago, 11; Walker, Barre (IL). Placed LHP James Paxton on
Chris Fedor of Friday night Kansas City (Keller 2-3) at Detroit Totals 43 15 19 15 10 6 Arizona, 11; Jones, Arizona, 10; Marka- the 10-day IL. Recalled RHP Jake Barrett
(Turnbull 2-2), 1:10 p.m. detroit aB r h Bi BB SO avg. kis, Atlanta, 10; Posey, San Francisco, 10; from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
that Udoka will interview with the Cavs on Seattle (Swanson 0-3) at Cleveland Candelario 3b 5 1 2 2 0 0 .234 Rendon, Washington, 10; 11 tied at 9. SEATTLE MARINERS — Announced INF
Sunday. (Anderson 0-0), 1:10 p.m. Castellanos rf 3 0 1 0 1 1 .273 TRIPLES: Blackmon, Colorado, 3; Tapia, Joey Curletta was claimed by Boston
Oakland (Montas 4-2) at Pittsburgh Jones cf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .138 Colorado, 3; 11 tied at 2. (AL). Acquired RHP Austin Adams from
Udoka, 41, has spent seven seasons as a (Lyles 2-1), 1:35 p.m. Cabrera 1b 4 0 1 0 0 0 .293 HOME RUNS: Bellinger, Los Angeles, 14; Washington for LHP Nick Wells and cash
Spurs assistant, directing the Spurs’ Summer Boston (Porcello 2-3) at Chicago White Beckham 1b 0 0 0 0 0 0 .250 Yelich, Milwaukee, 14; Baez, Chicago, 11; considerations.
Sox (Covey 0-1), 2:10 p.m. Goodrum lf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .226 Hoskins, Philadelphia, 10; Ozuna, St. TEXAS RANGERS — Sent 1B Ronald
League team in 2013 and ’14. Toronto (Buchholz 0-1) at Texas (Smyly Rodriguez 2b 3 1 1 1 1 1 .325 Louis, 10; Pederson, Los Angeles, 10; Guzman to Frisco (TL) on injury rehab
0-2), 3:05 p.m. Hicks c 4 0 1 0 0 1 .298 Alonso, New York, 9; Arenado, Colorado, assignment.
Minnesota (Pineda 2-2) at N.Y. Yankees Dixon dh 4 0 0 0 0 2 .273 9; Goldschmidt, St. Louis, 9; Marte, Ari- National League
(German 5-1), 4:05 p.m. Mercer ss 4 0 1 0 0 0 .228 zona, 9. CINCINNATI REDS — Released OF Matt
Houston (Verlander 4-1) vs. L.A. Angels Castro cf-rf 4 1 1 0 0 1 .333 STOLEN BASES: Robles, Washington, 7; Kemp. Optioned OF Scott Schebler to
(Harvey 1-2) at Monterrey, 4:10 p.m. Totals 35 3 8 3 2 6 Story, Colorado, 7; Bellinger, Los Angeles, Louisville (IL). Recalled LHP Cody Reed
monday’s Games kansas City412020 060 — 1519 1 6; Tatis Jr., San Diego, 6; Wong, St. Louis, from Louisville.
Chicago White Sox at Cleveland, 6:10 detroit 002 000 010 — 38 1 6; Yelich, Milwaukee, 6; 8 tied at 4. COLORADO ROCKIES — Recalled RHPs
On the air p.m.
Seattle at N.Y. Yankees, 6:35 p.m.
E_Mondesi (2), Goodrum (2). LOB_Kan-
sas City 12, Detroit 7. 2B_Merriield (8),
PITCHING: Greinke, Arizona, 5-1; Arrieta,
Philadelphia, 4-2; Fried, Atlanta, 4-1;
Yency Almonte and DJ Johnson from
Albuquerque (PCL). Optioned LHP Tyler
Boston at Baltimore, 7:05 p.m. Mondesi (8), Soler (9), O’Hearn (5), Woodruf, Milwaukee, 4-1; 21 tied at 3. Anderson to Albuquerque. Placed LHP
Minnesota at Toronto, 7:07 p.m. Gutierrez (1). 3B_Mondesi (6). HR_Gor- ERA: Castillo, Cincinnati, 1.45; Paddack, Harrison Musgrave on the 10-day IL.
time event tv/radiO Arizona at Tampa Bay, 7:10 p.m.
Kansas City at Houston, 8:10 p.m.
don (6), of Ross; Merriield (5), of Fer-
nandez; Candelario (1), of Bailey; Rodri-
San Diego, 1.91; Smith, Miami, 2.00;
Fried, Atlanta, 2.11; Samardzija, San
MIAMI MARLINS — Placed OF Garrett
Cooper on the 10-day IL, retroactive to
aUtO raCinG guez (3), of Newberry. RBIs_Merriield Francisco, 2.53; Ryu, Los Angeles, 2.55; May 1. Recalled OF Peter O’Brien from
national League
imSa Weathertech By the associated Press (14), Mondesi 3 (30), Gordon 5 (27), Musgrove, Pittsburgh, 2.63; Marquez, New Orleans (PCL).
Soler 2 (23), O’Hearn (9), Gutierrez (9), Colorado, 2.94; Hamels, Chicago, 3.19; NEW YORK METS — Placed LHP Luis
1:30 p.m. Sports Car Championship NBCSN east division
Maldonado (3), Hamilton (5), Candelario Greinke, Arizona, 3.27. Avilan on the 10-Day IL. Recalled RHP
W L Pct GB
naSCar monster energy Cup Series Philadelphia 18 13 .581 — 2 (7), Rodriguez (8). SB_Gutierrez (1). STRIKEOUTS: Scherzer, Washington, 62; Chris Flexen from Syracuse (IL).
2 p.m. The Gander RV 400 FS1 Atlanta 17 16 .515 2 SF_Gordon. Strasburg, Washington, 57; Castillo, Cin- PITTSBURGH PIRATES — Placed RHP
New York 16 16 .500 2½ Runners left in scoring position_Kansas cinnati, 50; Syndergaard, New York, 49; Jameson Taillon on the 10-day IL. Rein-
nhra drag racing Washington 13 18 .419 5 City 5 (Dozier 2, O’Hearn, Hamilton 2); deGrom, New York, 49; Greinke, Arizona, stated INF Kevin Newman from the 10-
6 p.m. NHRA Southern Nationals FS1 Miami 9 23 .281 9½ Detroit 4 (Goodrum, Rodriguez, Castro 46; Flaherty, St. Louis, 45; Smith, Miami, day IL. Optioned INF-OF Pablo Reyes to
Indianapolis (IL). Selected the contract
2). RISP_Kansas City 5 for 17; Detroit 0 45; Woodruf, Milwaukee, 45; 3 tied at 44.
COLLeGe BaSeBaLL Central division
W L Pct GB for 6. of LHP Tyler Lyons from Indianapolis. Re-
12:30 p.m. Florida at Georgia ESPN2 St. Louis 20 13 .606 — Runners moved up_Hamilton, Cabrera.
n B a P L ay o f f s called RHP Dovydas Neverauskas from
GIDP_Dozier, Soler, Cabrera. Indianapolis. Designated OF JB Shuck
2 p.m. Texas Tech at Oklahoma ESPNU Chicago 18 12 .600 ½
DP_Kansas City 1 (Mondesi, Merriield, for assignment.
Milwaukee 18 16 .529 2½
3:30 p.m. Ole Miss at LSU ESPN2 Pittsburgh 14 15 .483 4 O’Hearn); Detroit 2 (Rodriguez, Mercer, All Times EDT ST. LOUIS CARDINALS — Reinstated
Cabrera), (Rodriguez, Mercer, Cabrera). Conference Semiinals RHP Luke Gregerson from the 10-day
4 p.m. Alabama at Auburn SEC Cincinnati 13 19 .406 6½
kansas City iP h r erBBSOnP era (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) IL. Optioned OF Tyler O’Neill to Memphis
West division
COLLeGe SOFtBaLL W L Pct GB Bailey, W, 3-3 6 7 2 2 2 4 94 5.25 EASTERN CONFERENCE (PCL).
Boxberger 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 6.75 milwaukee 2, Boston 1 SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS — Recalled
2 p.m. Michigan at Maryland BTN Los Angeles 21 13 .618 —
Newberry 1 1 1 1 0 1 11 3.86 Sunday, April 28: Boston 112, Milwaukee LHP-RHP Pat Venditte from Sacramento
Arizona 19 13 .594 1
4 p.m. Northwestern at Minnesota BTN San Diego 18 15 .545 2½ Lovelady 1 0 0 0 0 1 11 4.50 90 (PCL). Optioned RHP Tyler Beede to
5 p.m. UC Davis at Long Beach State ESPNU Colorado 15 18 .455 5½ detroit iP h r erBBSOnP era Tuesday, Apil 30: Milwaukee 123, Boston Sacramento.
San Francisco 14 18 .438 6 Ross, L, 1-4 1 1-3 7 5 5 2 1 45 5.34 102 Midwest League
GOLF Friday’s Games Garrett 1 2 2 2 3 1 30 4.35 Friday, May 3: Milwaukee 123, Boston 116 QUAD CITIES RIVER BANDITS — An-
PGa tour Golf Chicago Cubs 4, St. Louis 0 Fernandez 2 1-3 3 2 1 1 1 32 18.00 Monday, May 6: Milwaukee at Boston, 7
nounced INF Michael Wielansky and
RHP Cody Deason was transferred from
Reininger 21-3 2 0 0 1 1 32
1 p.m. Wells Fargo Championship GOLF Oakland 14, Pittsburgh 1
Philadelphia 4, Washington 2 15.75 Wednesday, May 8: Boston at Milwaukee, extended spring training to the team.
3 p.m. Wells Fargo Championship CBS Atlanta 7, Miami 2 VerHagen 1 5 6 6 3 0 37 15.00 8 p.m. Announced RHP Joey Gonzalez was
Farmer 1 0 0 0 0 2 12 3.65 x-Friday, May 10: Milwaukee at Boston, transferred to Fayetteville (Carolina) and
PGa tour Champions San Francisco 12, Cincinnati 11, 11 in-
Inherited runners-scored_Garrett 2-0, TBD RHP Felipe Tejada was transferred to ex-
3 p.m. Insperity Invitational GOLF Milwaukee 3, N.Y. Mets 1 Fernandez 3-0, Reininger 1-0. WP_Ver- x-Monday, May 13: Boston at Milwaukee, tended spring training.
Hagen. TBD American Association
LPGa tour Golf Arizona 10, Colorado 9
Umpires_Home, Quinn Wolcott; First, Philadelphia 2, toronto 1 SIOUX FALLS CANARIES — Released INF
L.A. Dodgers 4, San Diego 3
6 p.m. Mediheal Championship GOLF Saturday’s Games Gary Cederstrom; Second, Marvin Hud- Saturday, April 27: Toronto 108, Philadel- David Bergin and C Maxx Garrett.
son; Third, Adrian Johnson. phia 95 TEXAS AIRHOGS — Released RHP Aus-
maJOr LeaGUe rUGBY Chicago Cubs 6, St. Louis 5
T_3:00. A_19,500 (41,297). Monday, April 29: Philadelphia 94, To- tin Orvis.
Atlanta 9, Miami 2
5 p.m. Houston SaberCats Oakland at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. ronto 89 HOCKEY
vs. Rugby United New York CBSSN Washington at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. Thursday, May 2: Philadelphia 116, To- National Hockey League
N.Y. Mets at Milwaukee, 7:10 p.m. ronto 95 CAROLINA HURRICANES — Reassigned
men’S COLLeGe LaCrOSSe San Francisco at Cincinnati, 7:10 p.m.
MLB Leaders Sunday, May 5: Toronto at Philadelphia, G Alex Nedeljkovic to Charlotte (AHL).
Patriot League tournament Championship Arizona at Colorado, 8:10 p.m. 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday, May 7: Philadelphia at Toronto,
through Saturday’s early games
Noon Army vs. Lehigh CBSSN L.A. Dodgers at San Diego, 8:40 p.m.
Sunday’s Games american League 8 p.m. MLs
Noon Ivy League Tournament Championship Atlanta (Teheran 2-4) at Miami (Lopez BATTING x-Thursday, May 9: Toronto at Philadel-
G AB R H Pct. phia, TBD
ESPNU 2-4), 1:10 p.m.
Dozier KC 30 104 16 36 .346 x-Sunday, May 12: Philadelphia at To- major League Soccer
Oakland (Montas 4-2) at Pittsburgh
Noon Yale vs. Penn ESPNU (Lyles 2-1), 1:35 p.m. Reddick Hou 27 96 13 33 .344 ronto, TBD By the associated Press
TAnderson ChW 27 111 21 38 .342 WESTERN CONFERENCE all times edt
9 p.m. NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Selection Specials Washington (Sanchez 0-4) at Philadel-
Andrus Tex 29 117 19 40 .342 Golden State 2, Houston 0 eaStern COnFerenCe
phia (Elin 3-3), 2:05 p.m.
ESPNU N.Y. Mets (Vargas 1-1) at Milwaukee (Da- Goodwin LAA 29 88 20 30 .341 Sunday, April 28: Golden State 104, W L T Pts GF GA
Martinez Bos 31 118 16 40 .339 Houston 100 Philadelphia 5 3 2 17 15 10
men’S SOCCer vies 3-0), 2:10 p.m.
Mancini Bal 30 118 24 39 .331 Tuesday, April 30: Golden State 115, D.C. United 5 3 2 17 13 10
Arizona (Greinke 5-1) at Colorado (Mar-
Bundesliga quez 3-2), 3:10 p.m. Brantley Hou 31 122 17 40 .328 Houston 109 Montreal 5 4 2 17 12 16
7:20 a.m. FC Augsburg at Schalke 04 FS1 Choo Tex 29 111 21 36 .324 Saturday, May 4: Golden State at Hous- Toronto FC 5 2 1 16 21 13
L.A. Dodgers (Maeda 3-2) at San Diego
CSantana Cle 30 106 19 34 .321 ton, late New York City FC 3 1 6 15 13 12
8:55 a.m. Serie A: Atalanta at Lazio ESPNEWS (Margevicius 2-3), 4:10 p.m.
RUNS: Haniger, Seattle, 28; Merriield, Monday, May 6: Golden State at Hous- Columbus 4 5 1 13 8 11
San Francisco (Samardzija 2-1) at Cin-
Premier League Kansas City, 27; Garcia, Chicago, 25; ton, 9:30 p.m. Orlando City 3 4 3 12 13 16
cinnati (Castillo 3-1), 4:10 p.m.
Betts, Boston, 24; Mancini, Baltimore, 24; x-Wednesday, May 8: Houston at Golden New York 3 4 2 11 12 11
8:55 a.m. Manchester United at Huddersield Town St. Louis (Wainwright 3-2) at Chicago
Moncada, Chicago, 24; Voit, New York, 23; State, 10:30 p.m. Chicago 2 4 3 9 12 13
Cubs (Quintana 3-1), 7:05 p.m.
NBCSN monday’s Games Encarnacion, Seattle, 22; AGordon, Kan- x-Friday, May 10: Golden State at Hous- Atlanta 2 3 2 8 6 8
sas City, 22; 7 tied at 21. ton, TBD Cincinnati 2 6 2 8 8 16
9 a.m. Watford at Chelsea CNBC San Francisco at Cincinnati, 12:35 p.m.
RBI: Abreu, Chicago, 30; Mondesi, Kansas x-Sunday, May 12: Houston at Golden New England 2 6 2 8 10 19
Arizona at Tampa Bay, 7:10 p.m.
11:25 a.m. Brighton at Arsenal NBCSN Washington at Milwaukee, 7:40 p.m. City, 30; DSantana, Seattle, 30; AGordon, State, TBD WeStern COnFerenCe
Kansas City, 27; Voit, New York, 27; Gallo, Portland 2, denver 1 W L T Pts GF GA
Bundesliga Miami at Chicago Cubs, 8:05 p.m.
Texas, 26; Rosario, Minnesota, 25; Davis, Monday, April 29: Denver 121, Portland Los Angeles FC 7 1 2 23 26 8
Philadelphia at St. Louis, 8:05 p.m.
9:30 a.m. Fortuna Dusseldorf at SC Freiburg FS1 Atlanta at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m. Oakland, 24; Springer, Houston, 24; Soler, 113 LA Galaxy 7 2 1 22 17 11
Kansas City, 23. Wednesday, May 1: Portland 97, Denver Houston 6 1 1 19 17 9
Noon Frankfurt at Bayer Leverkusen FS2 N.Y. Mets at San Diego, 10:10 p.m.
HITS: Merriield, Kansas City, 41; Andrus, 90 Seattle 5 1 3 18 18 12
major League Soccer Texas, 40; Brantley, Houston, 40; Marti- Friday, May 3: Portland 140, Denver 137, FC Dallas 5 3 2 17 15 11
9 p.m. Atlanta United at Sporting KC FS1 MLB GaMe nez, Boston, 40; Mancini, Baltimore, 39; 4 OT Minnesota United 4 3 2 14 18 15
Semien, Oakland, 39; Anderson, Chicago, Sunday, May 5: Denver at Portland, 7 Real Salt Lake 3 5 1 10 11 16
mLB suMMaries 38; Mondesi, Kansas City, 38; DSantana, p.m. Sporting KC 2 2 4 10 19 15
1 p.m. Seattle at Cleveland STO, 93.1 FM Seattle, 38; Simmons, Los Angeles, 38. Tuesday, May 7: Portland at Denver, Vancouver 2 5 3 9 10 14
indians 5, mariners 4 DOUBLES: Buxton, Minnesota, 13; Healy, 10:30 p.m. San Jose 2 5 2 8 12 19
1 p.m. Minnesota at NY Yankees Seattle AB R H BI BB SO Avg. Seattle, 13; Haniger, Seattle, 12; Beck- x-Thursday, May 9: Denver at Portland, Portland 2 5 1 7 11 19
or Seattle at Cleveland MLB Gordon 2b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .294 ham, Seattle, 11; Choo, Texas, 11; Mancini, TBD Colorado 0 8 2 2 14 27
Haniger cf 4 0 2 0 0 1 .244 Baltimore, 11; Castellanos, Detroit, 10; x-Sunday, May 12: Portland at Denver, NOTE: Three points for victory, one point
4 p.m. San Francisco at Cincinnati FSO, 1150 AM Vogelbach dh 4 1 1 1 0 2 .288 Correa, Houston, 10; AGordon, Kansas TBD for tie.
4 p.m. Houston vs. LA Angels, Mexico ESPN Encarnacion 1b 3 1 1 1 1 1 .234 City, 10; Simmons, Los Angeles, 10.
1-Bishop pr 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Wednesday, may 1
7 p.m. St. Louis at Chicago Cubs ESPN Bruce rf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .182
TRIPLES: Mondesi, Kansas City, 6; Mer-
riield, Kansas City, 5; Kiermaier, Tampa
n H L P L ay o f f s Philadelphia 2, Cincinnati 0
nBa PLaYOFFS D.Santana lf 4 0 0 0 0 3 .268 Bay, 4; Polanco, Minnesota, 4; 9 tied at 2.
All Times EDT
Friday, May 3
Narvaez c 4 0 0 0 0 2 .277 HOME RUNS: Gallo, Texas, 11; Rosario, Vancouver 3, Colorado 2
3:30 p.m. Toronto at Philadelphia ABC Beckham ss 3 1 1 1 0 0 .286 Minnesota, 11; Sanchez, New York, 11; Conference Semiinals Saturday, may 4
7 p.m. Denver at Portland TNT Moore 3b 3 1 2 1 0 1 .220 Bruce, Seattle, 10; Davis, Oakland, 10; 7 (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) New York 3, LA Galaxy 2
totals 33 4 7 4 1 12 EASTERN CONFERENCE Houston 2, FC Dallas 1
nhL PLaYOFFS Cleveland aB r h Bi BB SO avg.
tied at 9.
STOLEN BASES: Anderson, Chicago, 10; Columbus 2, Boston 2 Toronto FC 2, Orlando City 0
3 p.m. St. Louis at Dallas NBC Lindor ss 3 2 2 1 1 0 .244 Mondesi, Kansas City, 10; DGordon, Se- Thursday, April 25: Boston 3, Columbus New York City FC 2, Montreal 0
2, OT
WOmen’S COLLeGe BeaCh vOLLeYBaLL Martin cf
Luplow cf
3 0 0 0 0 2 .209
0 0 0 0 0 0 .273
attle, 9; Ramirez, Cleveland, 9; Hamilton,
Saturday, April 27: Columbus 3, Boston
New England at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m.
Columbus at D.C. United, 8 p.m.
Kansas City, 8; Smith, Seattle, 8; Buxton,
10:30 a.m. LSU vs. USC ESPN2 Ramirez 3b 4 0 1 0 0 2 .188 Minnesota, 7; DeShields, Texas, 7; Villar, 2, 2OT Seattle at Minnesota United, 8 p.m.
Tuesday, April 30: Columbus 2, Boston 1
2 p.m. LSU-USC winner vs. UCLA ESPN C.Santana 1b 4 1 2 2 0 0 .321 Baltimore, 7; 3 tied at 6.
Thursday, May 2: Boston 4, Columbus 1
Portland at Real Salt Lake, 9 p.m.
Gonzalez dh 4 0 0 0 0 0 .211 PITCHING: Glasnow, Tampa Bay, 6-0; Cincinnati at San Jose, 10 p.m.
WOmen’S COLLeGe LaCrOSSe (WOmen’S) Kipnis 2b 3 1 1 0 0 0 .182 Berrios, Minnesota, 5-1; German, New Saturday, May 4: Columbus at Boston, Chicago at Los Angeles FC, 10:30 p.m.
Noon Maryland vs. Northwestern BTN Bauers lf 3 1 2 1 0 1 .245 York, 5-1; Gonzales, Seattle, 5-1; 9 tied late
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Country House trainer Mott: ‘Bittersweet victory’

By Josh Moore Lexington TV broadcast. “… But horse ran very Classic and the to run this horse in the Mott.
Herald-Leader it’s their duty to do the well. Our jockey inaugural Dubai Kentucky Derby worked “It’ll give somebody
right thing, and I hope rode very well, World Cup in out.” a lot to talk about for a
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — they do.” and I’m thrilled 1996 as part of Mott said he spoke long time,” Mott said
The Kentucky Derby Barbara Borden, to death for all 16-race win streak with Jason Servis, the with a laugh. “They’ll
or a maiden claiming: Kentucky’s chief stew- the connections. I to match a record trainer of Maximum be speaking about the
a disqualifying circum- ard, saw things Mott’s think they’re very set by Citation in Security, following the result of this race from
stance is a disqualifying way. It was determined deserving, we’ll Mott 1950. decision and “didn’t get now until they run the
circumstance, regard- that Maximum Secu- just have to prove “That was a a hint” from him that next Kentucky Derby,
less of a race’s magni- rity — the race winner ourselves in the pretty special there would be any legal the next 10 Kentucky
tude. — interfered with the future.” time, and the run with action forthcoming. Derbys, the next 20
That was trainer Bill path of War of Will and Mott in eight prior Cigar lasted almost two “I think he’s been Kentucky Derbys. I
Mott’s message to NBC Long Range Toddy, and Derby starts did not and a half years, so there around it long enough wouldn’t be surprised
Sports during an inquiry he was disqualified, have a horse finish in was a lot of pressure,” and I’m sure he if this race shows up on
that lasted about 20 becoming the first Derby the top three. Tacitus, Mott said. “We came watched the film well TV over and over and
minutes following the winner with that distinc- Mott’s other starter in over today and we were enough,” Mott said. “I over a year from now.
completion of the 145th tion. The inquiry was the race and among a bound to enjoy the day think the people that But there’s always a lot
Kentucky Derby on Sat- prompted by a challenge cluster of betting favor- and have a good time. … own the horse that of controversy in this
urday. One of his horses, lodged by Flavien Prat, ites following Maximum . I don’t know that our crossed the finish line sport and we’re prob-
Country House, was the who was aboard Country Security, showed as a expectations were that first, they’re experi- ably gonna be involved
second to cross the fin- House. result of the steward’s we were gonna wind up enced in the business in it from now on, but
ish line. “It was an odd way to decision. in the winner’s circle and they can see what I’m gonna take it and
“There’s over 100,000 do it and we hate to back His most famous but I think, naturally, happened. … . I know am just pleased for the
people here and I know into anything,” Mott Thoroughbred, Cigar, everybody was hopeful. how I would feel if I owners and breeders
they wish they didn’t said on the broadcast. did not race in the Ken- I think it was a real thrill was in his shoes.” of this horse that have
have to make that call,” “It’s a bittersweet vic- tucky Derby but won to find out that decision The significance of the put so much into the
Mott said during the tory, but I gotta say our the 1995 Breeders’ Cup we collectively made outcome was not lost on game.”

r e s u lt s
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Horse Wgt PP 1/4 1/2 3/4 1M Strch Fin Jockey Win Pl. Sh. Odds
Country House 126 18 9-½ 8-hd 9-1 3-hd 2-hd 2-¾ F. Prat 132.40 56.60 24.60 65.20
Code of Honor 126 11 10-½ 9-½ 8-hd 1-hd 4-2½ 3-¾ J. Velazquez 15.20 9.80 14.40
Tacitus 126 8 15-½ 16-2½ 14-½ 8-1½ 7-½ 4-hd J. Ortiz 5.60 5.80
Improbable 126 5 8-2 5-½ 5-hd 6-1½ 5-½ 5-½ I. Ortiz, Jr. 4.00
Game Winner 126 14 18-4 18-3½ 17-1½ 9-½ 8-2½ 6-hd J. Rosario 6.80
Master Fencer 126 13 19 19 19 19 12-hd 7-½ J. Leparoux 58.60
War of Will 126 1 6-1½ 4-1 4-½ 4-1½ 3-1 8-¾ T. Gafalione 16.70
Plus Que Parfait 126 9 12-1 12-hd 10-hd 5-½ 6-1½ 9-3¼ R. Santana, Jr. 57.10
Win Win Win 126 12 17-5 17-2½ 18-1 15-hd 13-2 10-¾ J. Pimentel 16.80
Cutting Humor 126 10 7-hd 11-1½ 11-hd 7-½ 11-1 11-2 M. Smith 24.10
By My Standards 126 3 13-hd 13-1 15-hd 11-hd 10-hd 12-3½ G. Saez 18.80
Vekoma 126 6 4-1 6-1½ 6-1 16-½ 17-1 13-nk J. Castellano 16.80
Bodexpress 126 19 2-hd 3-hd 3-½ 14-½ 15-hd 14-hd C. Landeros 71.00
Tax 126 2 11-1½ 10-hd 12-½ 12-hd 9-hd 15-1½ J. Alvarado 35.50
Roadster 126 15 16-3 15-½ 13-1½ 18-1 18-1 16-1½ F. Geroux 11.60
Long Range Toddy 126 16 3-1½ 2-½ 2-1 10-hd 16-½ 17-no J. Court 54.80
Maximum Security 126 7 1-hd 1-1 1-1 2-hd 1-1 1-1¾ L. Saez 4.50
Spinof 126 17 5-½ 7-hd 7-hd 17-½ 19 18-8¼ M. Franco 52.30
Gray Magician 126 4 14-hd 14-½ 16-hd 13-1 14-½ 19 D. Van Dyke 33.80
$0.2 Pick 6 Jackpot (4-2/8-3-7-12-20) 6 Correct Paid $271,869.82. Pick 6 (OAKS/DERBY P6 1-13-3-8-12-20) 5 Correct Paid
$67,936.00. $0.5 Pick 5 (2/8-3-7-12-20) 5 Correct Paid $72,317.60. $0.5 Pick 4 (3-7-12-20) 4 Correct Paid $11,325.65. $0.5
AP photo Pick 3 (7-12-20) 3 Correct Paid $638.80, $0.5 Pick 3 (OAKS/FRSTR/DERBY 13-12-20) 3 Correct Paid $2,072.65. $1 Daily
Double (OAKS/DERBY 13-20) paid $1,290.50; $1 Daily Double (12-20) paid $121.40; Exacta (20-13) paid $3,009.60; Future
Luis Saez rides Maximum Security, right, across the finish line first against Flavien Prat on Wager (SIRE WAGER - 24) paid $13.80; Future Wager (SIRE EXACTA 24-17) paid $89.20; Future Wager (EXACTA POOL 3 - 4-3)
Country House during Saturday’s Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky. Country paid $1,088.60; Future Wager (EXACTA POOL 1 - 24-2) paid $109.40; Future Wager (POOL 4 - 24) paid $40.00; Future Wager
House was declared the winner after Maximum Security was disqualified following a review by (POOL 1 - 24) paid $4.60; Future Wager (EXACTA POOL 4 - 24-5) paid $792.80; Future Wager (EXACTA POOL 2 - 24-18) paid
$550.60; Future Wager (POOL 3 - 4) paid $61.00; Future Wager (POOL 2 - 24) paid $7.60; $1 Superfecta (20-13-8-5) paid
race stewards. $51,400.10; $1 Super High Five (20-13-8-5-16) paid $544,185.90; $0.5 Trifecta (20-13-8) paid $5,737.65;
(c) 2019 Equibase Company LLC, all rights reserved.

Derby happened to us was the

only thing they were
The last claim of foul
by a jockey in the Derby
From page 1C
looking at I don’t think
you would have seen a
was unsuccessful. John
Velazquez, aboard
father: Lookin At Lucky disqualification.” runner-up Invisible Ink

$10 off 00
got saddled with the Mott said the inci- in 2001, alleged inter-
dreaded No. 1 post in dent was caused by ference at the quarter
the 2010 Derby, where Maximum Security’s pole against Monarchos
he got pinned to the rail action and not Saez’s and Jorge Chavez, who
and wound up sixth. He riding tactics. crossed the finish line
rebounded to win the “I don’t think Luis 4¾ lengths in front.
Preakness two weeks Saez did anything The stewards didn’t
later. intentionally,” the change the result.
The disqualification trainer said. “My heart The only other dis-
was a crushing turn of actually aches for them qualification in the
events for Maximum a little bit. That’s the Derby occurred long
Security trainer Jason
Servis and jockey Luis
way it is. I’ve been on
the other end of it, just
after the race in 1968.
Dancer’s Image, the
Saez, who already had not in the Kentucky
begun celebrating what Derby.”
first-place finisher,
tested positive for a
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Security was dropped millions more watching redistributed. Forward
to 17th of 19 horses. on television and online Pass got the winner’s
Sent off as the 9-2 sec- in suspense, clutching share. A subsequent
ond choice, Maximum their betting tickets. court challenge upheld Chaco Clarks Clarks
Security was placed Trainers and jockeys the stewards’ decision. Black • Purple Rose • Navy • Taupe Brown • Black • Navy
behind all the horses involved stared at the Country House wore
that he bothered. closest video screen the garland of red roses,
“I never put anybody waiting for a result. but it’s possible the sit-
in danger,” Saez said. “I know the stewards uation doesn’t end here.
Servis backed up his had a very, very difficult There could be appeals
jockey, saying: “He’s decision,” Mott said. to the Kentucky Horse
right. He straightened “I’m damn glad they put Racing Commission or Merrell Lattice Merrell Rieker
him up right away and our number up.” the courts. Brown • Black Beige • Black • Navy Navy • Black • Taupe
I didn’t think it affects Code of Honor was “That’s a nightmare.
the outcome of the moved up to second It’s a no-win situation
race.” and Tacitus — also for anybody involved,”
Prat claimed that trained by Mott — was said Mott, who spoke
Maximum Security third. with Servis after the
ducked out in the final Improbable was reversal. “I didn’t get a
turn and forced sev- fourth and Game Win- hint of that from him.
eral horses to steady, ner fifth, two of trainer He’s been around long Rockport
Hollywood Cuff Rockport
including Long Range Bob Baffert’s trio of enough, and I’m sure he Khaki • Black White • Black Brown • Black • White
Toddy, whose jockey, entries. His other watched the films well
Jon Court, also lodged horse, Roadster, was enough. He knows what
an objection. War of 15th. happened.”
Will came perilously
close to clipping heels
with Maximum Secu- HHHH
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lost all chance to win a
Kentucky Derby,” Mott
said. “They were in
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From page 1C

On the girls’ side,

Spencerville held off Van
Wert for the team title,
91-87. Bath finished a
close third (83), while
Arlington (80) and
Carey (69) rounded
out the top five teams.
There were 14 squads
figured into the scoring.
“We used this (invi-
tational) to envision
what our league and
tournament lineup will
be, and tried to get used
to these (weather) con-
ditions,” longtime Van
Wert boys coach Mark
Collins said, in refer-
ence to Saturday’s wet
weather conditions. “I
think with the elements,
the times and everything
are irrelevant. So, I’m
very pleased at how they
performed today.”
Van Wert started the
day, scoring well in the
Photos by Levi A. Morman | The Lima News
field events.
Van Wert’s Jacob Hart leads the way in the boys 100-meter dash during Saturday’s Ada Invitational.
In the high jump,
Blake Henry got Van
Wert off to a strong r e s u lt s
start, winning with a Ada Invitational
clearance of 6 feet, 4 At War Memorial Stadium (Ada)
inches. Team Scores: 1. Spencerville 91, 2. Van
In the throws, senior Wert 87, 3. Bath 83, 4. Arlington 80, 5.
Carey 69, 6. Mohawk 54, 7. Blufton 51,
standout Austin Clay 8. Kenton 41, 9. Allen East 33, 10. LCC
won the shot put with 29, 11. New Knoxville 27, 12. Ada 13,
13. Cory-Rawson 4, 14. Upper Scioto
a personal best mark of Valley 1.
Event Winners
59-2 ¾. Teammate Colin 3,200 Relay: 1. Mohawk 10:50.78.
Place finished second 100 Hurdles: 1. Nelaya Burden (S)
in the shot put with a 100: 1. Kylie Stackhouse (Bl) 13.63.
heave of 44-7. 800 Relay: 1. Spencerville (Gillian
Goecke, Ariana McMichael, Raigan
Clay, a two-time Divi- Staup, Lilyan Goecke) 1:51.30.
sion II state qualifier, 1,600: 1. Sarah Reinhart (C) 5:45.63.
400 Relay: 1. Spencerville (Gillian
will compete in throws Goekce, Ariana McMichael, Raigan
next school year at Cen- Staup, Nelaya Burden) 52.30.
400: 1. Addystin Lykins (C) 1:03.07.
tral Michigan University. 300 Hurdles: 1. Caitlyn Renner (Ba)
“On Tuesday, I PR’d 47.17.
800: 1. Caylee Phillips (VW) 2:29.52.
again with a 58-6,” Clay 200: 1. Addystin Lykins (C) 27.20.
said. “So, I’m just trying 3,200: 1. Sarah Reinhart (C) 12:43.26
1,600 Relay: 1. Kenton (Hannah
to keep moving up, and Holland, Paige Osborn, Addy Modd,
keep trying to get those Alyssa McLaughlin) 4:25.79.
Discus: 1. Kirsten Clay (VW) 137-02.
big throws. I felt pretty Shot Put: 1. Kirsten Clay (VW) 37-
good. I’m just trying to Pole Vault: 1. Maria Crawford (Arl)
go hard all the time in 9-06.00.
Long Jump: 1. Caitlyn Renner (Ba)
the weight room and 15-04.50.
keep preparing myself.” High Jump: 1. Taeylor Mullholand (M)
On the track, Van Boys
Wert speedster Jacob Team Scores: 1. Van Wert 150, 2.
Blufton 100, 3. Cory-Rawson 59,
Hart won the 100-meter Bluffton’s Bella Basinger competes in the long jump during Bath’s Keaton Liles competes in the 800-meter relay during 4. Carey 50.5, 5. Arlington 50, 6.
dash (11.35 seconds) Saturday’s Ada Invitational. Saturday’s Ada Invitational. Spencerville 44.5, 7. Ada 41.5, 8. Hardin
Northern 38, 9. Kenton 36, 10. Upper
and 200 (23.55). Hart Scioto Valley 28, 11. Bath 16, 11. LCC 16,
also anchored the win- 13. Temple Christian 13, 14. Allen East
12, 15. New Knoxville 5, 16. Mohawk 3.5.
ning 800-meter relay Event Winners
(Ethan Brown, Blake 3,200 Relay: 1. Blufton (Asher Antrim,
Luke Young, Tanner Pinks, Baylor
Henry, Nathan Jackson; Garmatter) 8:44.92.
1:33.62) and 400 relay 100 Hurdles: 1. Xavier Dunifon (Bl)
(Kenneth Salcido, Jack- 100: 1. Jacob Hart (VW) 11.35.
800 Relay: 1. Van Wert (Ethan Brown,
son, Ryan Chen; 45.96). Blake Henry, Nathan Jackson, Jacob
Van Wert also scored Hart) 1:33.62.
1,600: 1. Jackson Steinmetz (Bl)
well in the distance 4:41.25.
events. In the 3,200, 400 Relay: 1. Van Wert (Kenneth
Salcido, Nathan Jackson, Ryan Chen,
Gage Chiles pulled away Jacob Hart) 45.96.
in the final four laps to 400: 1. Baylor Garmatter (Bl) 52.01.
300 Hurdles: 1. Xavier Dunifon (Bl)
win in 10:12.80. 41.57.
“Today, with the 800: 1. Brady Hipsher (USV) 2:06.92.
200: 1. Jacob Hart (VW) 23.55.
weather, I was just try- 3,200: 1. Gage Chiles (VW) 10:12.80.
ing to go out as hard as 1,600 Relay: 1. Carey 3:35.32.
Discus: 1. Austin Clay (VW) 154-00.
I could,” Chiles said. “I Shot Put: 1. Austin Clay (VW) 59-02.75.
was hoping to go under Pole Vault: 1. Kaden Miller (K) 12-00.00.
Long Jump: 1. Philip Gautier (Ada)
five (minutes) in the 19-01.50.
first mile. … I think I High Jump: 1. Blake Henry (VW)
was 4:59, 5:00. So, I
was pretty good for the
first mile. Then, I just placed eighth in the
wanted to hang on. I did Division III state meet in
just that.” the shot put competing
Upper Scioto Valley’s for Delphos St. John’s.
Van Wert’s Blake Henry competes in the high jump during Saturday’s Ada Invitational.
Brady Hipsher did the Clay is looking for-
challenging 800/1,600 ward to a very com-
double Saturday. with about 300 (meters) the 300 hurdles (49.17) Spencerville coach Tim off. So, we’ll see how it petitive WBL meet
After just getting to go. I just kind of sat Saturday. Bath’s Caitlyn Wilson said. “They’re goes.” this Wednesday and
edged out by Bluffton’s back with 100 meters to Renner avenged her loss a little tired. It’s a long In the throws Satur- Friday, especially in the
Jackson Steinmetz in the go, and I thought I could to Burden in the 100 meet for us. The confer- day, Van Wert’s duo of discus. Along with her
1,600, Hipsher bounced out-kick him in the end. hurdles earlier in the ence meet is this coming Kirsten Clay (Austin and Gemmer, Clay feels
back and won the 800, So, that’s what I waited day, by coming back and week, and we are expect- Clay’s sister) and Jill Ottawa-Glandorf’s Grace
just beating Cory-Raw- for.” winning the 300 hurdles ing good things there. Gemmer, racked up big Hoffman will be battling
son’s Deontae Davis at The Spencerville girls (47.17). “(It’s) one last hard points for the Cougars. for a title in the discus.
the finish line. Hipsher’s were balanced Saturday, Spencerville won work out. Next week, In the discus, Clay “She’s right there with
winning time in the 800 scoring well in the field the 800 relay (Gillian we’ll do a few different won with a mark of 137- us,” Clay said about
was 2:06.92, while Davis events and on the track. Goecke, Ariana McMi- things. We’ll put some 2, while Gemmer was Hoffman. “The WBL
crossed in 2:06.99. Nelaya Burden, a chael, Raigan Staup, people in different races second with a toss of record is right there
“I wanted to push it in Division III state-placer Lilyan Goecke; 1:51.30) and see what we can 130-8. In the shot put, it with us (132 feet). So,
that first lap (800), but I in the 100 hurdles and and 400 relay (Gillian do. (Columbus) Grove was Clay winning with a someone is probably
had to use a lot of ener- state qualifier in the 300 Goecke, Ariana McMi- has won it (Northwest put of 37-2 ¼ and Gem- going to get it.”
gy in that mile (1,600),” hurdles last season, won chael, Raigan Staup, Conference title) the last mer was second (35-10
Hipsher said. “It was a the 100 hurdles (15.02), Nelaya Burden; 52.30). few years and we would ¾). Reach The Lima News sports
department at 567-242-0468.
close race. I was happy and placed second in “I’m pretty happy,” really like to knock them Last season, Gemmer

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Bell wins Xinity race at Dover

r e s u lt s The Associated Press in just 51 starts. Series champion, Bell beyond 2020 and so
“We’ve had really fast earned a $100,000 are Busch and Martin
NASCAR-Xinity Allied 20. (21) Gray Gaulding, Chevrolet,
Steel Buildings 200 197. DOVER, Del. — race cars, but we just bonus for scoring the Truex Jr.
Saturday 21. (24) Tommy Joe Martins, Toyota, Christopher Bell raced haven’t been able to highest finish among Erik Jones said at
At Dover International Speedway 197.
Dover, Del. 22. (32) Josh Williams, Chevrolet, to his third Xfinity capitalize on it,” Bell a field of four drivers Bristol he is discussing
Lap Length: 1 mile 196. Series victory of the said. “This one is really in the “Dash 4 Cash” a contract extension
(Pole position in parentheses) 23. (26) Garrett Smithley, Chevrolet,
1. (4) Christopher Bell, Toyota, 200. 196. season, winning an out to my pit crew. incentive program and with JGR. Bell will
2. (2) Justin Allgaier, Chevrolet, 200.
3. (5) Tyler Reddick, Chevrolet, 200.
24. (22) Ray Black II, Chevrolet, 196.
25. (25) Ronnie Bassett Jr, Chevrolet,
extra $100,000 for tak- They did a great job already has plans for likely find a Cup ride in
4. (1) Cole Custer, Ford, 200. 196. ing the checkered flag of getting me out first the money. 2020 but it’s unclear for
5. (7) Chase Briscoe, Ford, 200. 26. (23) Stephen Leicht, Chevrolet, at Dover International there where I could con- “That sprint car team which organization he’ll
6. (3) Austin Cindric, Ford, 200. 196.
7. (8) Brandon Jones, Toyota, 200. 27. (20) BJ McLeod, Chevrolet, 196. Speedway. trol the restarts. I knew is a long way down the drive.
8. (16) John Hunter Nemechek, 28. (33) David Starr, Chevrolet, 195.
Chevrolet, 200. 29. (36) Joey Gase, Toyota, 195.
Bell also won at if we could get out road, but it’s definitely “Winning races
9. (6) Zane Smith, Chevrolet, 200. 30. (27) Chad Finchum, Toyota, 195. Dover for the second front, we were going to a dream of mine to have doesn’t seem to be an
10. (15) Michael Annett, Chevrolet, 31. (35) Matt Mills, Chevrolet, 195.
200. 32. (31) Vinnie Miller, Toyota, 194. straight time, though he be tough to beat.” one,” he said. issue for us,” Bell said.
11. (14) Ryan Sieg, Chevrolet, 200. 33. (37) Mike Harmon, Chevrolet, led only 44 laps in the Bell matched Kyle The 24-year-old Bell Justin Allgaier was
12. (10) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, 144.
200. 34. (28) Bayley Currey, Chevrolet, No. 20 Toyota on Satur- Busch, who stars in is seemingly ready to second and Tyler Red-
13. (17) Brandon Brown, Chevrolet, Engine, 59. day compared with 110 the elite Cup series, move up to the Cup dick third. Pole-sitter
200. 35. (34) Morgan Shepherd, Chevro-
14. (18) Kaz Grala, Chevrolet, 199. let, Overheating, 50. last fall. Bell also won for most Xfinity wins series but faces a log- Cole Custer won the
15. (12) Riley Herbst, Toyota, 199. 36. (29) Jef Green, Chevrolet, this season at Atlanta this season. He gave jam at Joe Gibbs Rac- first two stages ad led
16. (19) Timmy Hill, Toyota, 199. Brakes, 15.
17. (11) Justin Haley, Chevrolet, 198. 37. (38) John Jackson, Toyota, Vibra- and Bristol and has 11 his checkered flag to a ing. Denny Hamlin, a race-high 156 laps
18. (13) Jeremy Clements, Chevrolet, tion, 13. career wins in NAS- young fan in the stands. a two-time Daytona but faded and finished
198. 38. (30) Josh Bilicki, Chevrolet,
19. (9) Noah Gragson, Chevrolet, 197. Transmission, 10. CAR’s second-tier series The 2017 Truck 500 winner, is signed fourth.

Lima “The first inning was

kind of a struggle
From page 1C
but once I found
Perhaps heeding the my spots and got
coach’s challenge the the fastball in there
most was Spartan hurler everything started
Bryce Binkley. The to work.”
lanky right-hander went — Bryce Binkley,
the distance to record Lima Senior pitcher
the win and garner the
game’s most valuable
player honors. said after the trouble-
“Bryce takes an inning some first inning. “The
or two to get loose but first inning was kind
if we can ride the storm of a struggle but once
through he is lights out I found my spots and
and we know he is a kid got the fastball in there
that if we put him out everything started to
there we can win a base- work.”
ball game,” Reed said. While Binkley was
In his seven innings wielding his magic on
of work, Binkley surren- the mound, the Spartan
dered 11 hits while fan- offense was coming up
ning three and walking with timely hits against
one. While not overpow- solid Bulldog pitching.
ering, Binkley induced Like Elida, the Spartans
key ground balls and got scratched out two runs
excellent support from in the first off starter
his defense that came up Noah Adcock. Spartan
with a couple of defen- Adrien Bowsher came
sive gems including a up with the big hit with
key running grab from a seeing-eye single up
Spartan center fielder the middle to drive in
Brayden O’Dell in the the two runs.
second inning. The Spartans tagged Photos by Jose Nogueras | The Lima News
Binkley gave up two Adcock for an additional Lima Senior’s Dakota Seaman celebrates hitting a double Saturday that sparked a three-run sixth inning for the Spartans against
Elida at Dayton’s Fifth-Third Field.
early runs in the first run in the fourth and
inning but then threw then manufactured three
five innings of score- key insurance runs in
less ball. In the seventh, the bottom of the sixth.
Binkley appeared to be Dugan, who was 3 for 4
heading towards the win with two runs, drove in
and another scoreless Dakota Seaman who had
frame when he fanned opened the frame with a
the first batter, walked double.
the second and then Elida head coach Todd
fanned the third batter Grapner who did not
to record two outs with want to take anything
a runner on. away from Binkley’s
An error followed by pitching performance,
a base hit allowed two said his team came out
runs to score and pull flat. Elida shortstop Brayden Lybarger tags out Lima Senior’s
Brayden O’Dell on a steal attempt during Saturday’s game at
the Bulldogs within two, “We just didn’t make Dayton’s Fifth-Third Field.
6-4. However a scream- plays early and let them
ing line drive off the bat score and felt we should Lima Senior pitcher Bryce Binkley was named most valuable huge and a big confi- of derailed us a little
of Brayden Lybarger have been out of the player of the annual Scott Harmon/Tyler Williams Memorial dence builder heading bit with our expecta-
was snagged by Spartan first with no runs and game after recording the win Saturday against Elida at Dayton’s into the final week of the tions but we are finally
shortstop Caleb Dugan then we gave them two,” Fifth-Third Field. regular season and the healthy and I think this
to secure the victory. Grapner said. “We had postseason. shows our guys what we
“Honestly I just found bad base running and today and you can’t do kley is a good pitcher.” “We have had a lot of can do when we put it
my groove,” Binkley had three guys picked off that because Bryce Bin- Reed called the win injuries and it has kind all together,” Reed said.

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High Schools

ONU teams fall in OAC championships

Versailles 13, Coldwater 1
Versailles 450 22 — 13 11 0
Coldwater 010 00 — 1 4 8
WP–Tara Fritscher. LP–Leanne
2B–H Barga 2, C McEldowney 1,
By Staf Reports 4-all with a 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 victory games in three seasons at her an RBI for the host Bearcats. Abby Stammen 1 (V); Kate Leichty
1 (C). at No. 1 singles. alma mater after recording 21 Ada 6, Spencerville 1
The Blue Streaks then post- wins in two seasons at Hiram. Versailles 13, Coldwater 1 Ada 300 210 0 — 6 8 1
Spencerville 000 000 1 — 1 5 1
The Ohio Northern men’s ed a 3-6, 6-2, 6-1 win at No. 4 The Muskies fell to 31-11 COLDWATER — Kate WP–Leona Dalton. LP–Kenzie
lacrosse and men’s and wom- singles to clinch the match. on the season and were the Leichty doubled for the host Brown.
2B–Brenna George 1 (A); Sierra
en’s tennis teams fell in Ohio “I’m very proud of the way first team eliminated from this Cavaliers. Baumgartner 1, Gracie Butoric 1 (S).
Athletic Conference champion- we battled,” ONU head coach year’s tournament. 3B–Raina England 1 (A).
Crestview 7, Shawnee 6
ship competition Saturday. Mike Bonnell said. “We did Allen East drops 2 Shawnee 101 001 3 — 6 5 1
not handle the transition from Baseball CALEDONIA — Allen East Crestview 101 001 4 — 7 8 2
WP–Kali Small (12-4).
Men’s lacrosse indoors to outdoors well and fell 13-3 and 20-0 to River Val- 2B–Bailey Gregory 1, Liv
got behind at the beginning Indiana Tech 5, UNOH 1 ley. Lakin Bashman homered Cunningham 1 (C); Laken George 1 (S).
Records: C 16-4; S 11-6.
John Carroll 13, Ohio Northern 5 of singles play. But we kept FORT WAYNE, Ind. — for Allen East (16-4). River Valley 13, Allen East 3
Allen East 200 10 — 3 3 2
UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS — playing and nearly came all the UNOH dropped its second River Valley 263 5x — 13 14 0
In its first-ever Ohio Athletic way back. This was our first game in as many days to Parkway 1, Triad 0 WP–Alcorn. LP–Olivia Lawrence
Conference championship trip to the OAC Tournament Indiana Tech to be eliminated ROCKFORD — Winning HR–Lakin Basham 1 (AE).
game appearance, No. 4-seed- finals for our program since from the Wolverine-Hoosier pitcher Macy Hendle allowed River Valley 20, Allen East 0
Allen East 000 00 — 0 3 5
ed Ohio Northern fell to No. 2013 and I am optimistic that Athletic Conference. Michael four hits while striking out River Valley (13)70 0x— 20 13 0
3-seeded John Carroll oat Don there will be more of these Knollman had a double, a six. Parkway catcher Allie WP–Corwin. LP–Montana
Huelsmeyer (2-1).
Shula Stadium. opportunities in our future.” single and knocked in the Rac- Ford threw out two runners Record: Allen East 16-4.
With the loss, the Polar ers’ lone run. Tech defeated attempting steals and Lauren Parkway 1, Triad 0
Triad 000 000 0 — 0 4 1
Bears dropped to 13-5 overall. Women’s tennis UNOH 6-2 late Friday. Henderson knocked in the Parkway 010 000 x — 1 3 4
The Blue Streaks improved game’s lone run. WP–Henkle. LP–Russell.
Records: P 11-3; T 11-9.
to 12-6 overall and earn the John Carroll 5, ONU 1 High schools Bowling Green 3, Bath 2
OAC’s automatic bid to the MIAMISBURG — Ohio Bath goes 0-2 Bath
Bowling Green
001 010 0 — 2 5 1
000 010 2 — 3
NCAA Division III National Northernell 5-1 in the finals of Baseball BOWLING GREEN — Bath 5 1
Tournament, which begins the OAC Tournament indoors lost 3-2 and 9-1 to the hosts. WP– Lexi North. LP–. Kaylee Grant
2B– Makenna Fry (BG).
next week. at the South Regency Tennis Shawnee 12, Russia 1 Bowling Green 9, Bath 1
Bath 000 001 0 — 1 6 4
Max Weese, Nicholas Club. RUSSIA — Logan Maxwell Track and ield Bowling Green 020 034 x — 9
Groves, Joseph O’Connell, The third-seeded Polar had two hits, including a 12 1
WP–Lexi North. LP–Dylan Grigsby.
Anthony Pavone and Peter Bears end their season with a home run, and three RBI, Jake Cooper Tire Invitational 2B– Makenna Fry, Brooke Mannin,
Hardt each had a goal for 20-7 overall record. Hutchins had two hits and two FINDLAY — Lima Senior Rylie Cramer (BG).
3B– Lexi North (BG).
ONU. Top-seeded John Carroll RBI and Johnny Caprella had a finished fourth (66.5 points) Baseball
improved to 15-5 and earned double, a single and an RBI for and Elida fifth (63.5 points) Lima Senior 6, Elida 4
Elida 200 000 2 — 4 10 1
Men’s tennis the league’s automatic bid to Shawnee. in the girls standings in the Lima Senior 200 103 x — 6 13 0
the NCAA III Tournament. 10-team competition Friday. WP–Bryce Binkley. LP–Adcock.
2B–Jordan Davis 1 (E); Dakota
John Carroll 5, ONU 4 ONU won at No. 2 doubles Celina 9, Allen East 2 Elida was fourth and Lima Seaman 1 (LS).
MASON — Third-seeded as Ashley Ochsenhirt and Ada CELINA — Grant Wagner Senior ninth in the boys team Shawnee 12, Russia 1
Shawnee 006 204 — 12 12 3
Ohio Northern rallied from graduate Mackenzie Wills won had two hits, Parker Mauer results. Russia 001 000 — 1 4 3
a 4-1 deficit, but top-seeded 8-6. doubled and knocked in three Lima Senior’s Deji’ona WP–A Brown. LP–Saunders.
2B–Jarin Bertke 1, Kale Ebling 1,
John Carroll held on for a vic- With her doubles victory, runs and Caden Highley had Shurelds Simpson broke her Johnny Caprella 1 (S).
tory in the finals of the OAC Wills finished the season with a hit and two RBI for the host meet record in the 400 with HR–Logan Maxwell 1 (S).
Celina 9, Allen East 2
Tournament at the Lindner a 50-9 overall record, tying the Bulldogs. Seven different play- a time of 59.38 seconds. She Allen East 000 110 0 — 2 7 3
Celina 010 116 x — 9 6 3
Family Tennis Center and the ONU single-season record of ers each had a hit for Allen also won the 200 and was a WP–Miller. LP–Evan Shafer.
South Regency Tennis Club. 50 wins set by Meghan Letizia East. member of the Spartans’ first- 2B–Mauer 1 (C).
The Polar Bears ended their in 2013. place 800 relay team along Baseball
season at 14-9 overall, while Softball with Ka’Niyah Stevens, India Indiana Tech 5, UNOH 1
UNOH 000 100 000 — 1 3 1
the Blue Streaks (9-9) received Softball Benton and Elyse Kelley. The Indiana Tech 100 100 03x — 5 6 0
the league’s automatic bid to Crestview 7, Shawnee 6 same foursome set a meet WP–Seth Sorensen. LP–Alex
the NCAA III Championships. Ohio Northern 2, Muskingham 1 CONVOY — The host mark of 4:06.78 in the 1,600 2B–Michael Knollman 1 (UNOH);
Connor Christian and fresh- NEW CONCORD — Sec- Knights scored four times in relay. Glen McClain 1 (IT).
HR–Jake DeFries 1 (IT).
man Andrew Cochran got the ond-seeded Ohio Northern the seventh after the Indians Also among the girls, Records: UNOH 19-27-1; IT 36-15-1.
Polar Bears off to a 1-0 lead needed just two runs in the took the lead with three runs Elida’s Kylie Lewis (100), the Softball
Ohio Northern 2, Muskingum 1
with an 8-3 victory at No. 3 first inning off a Hailee Lough- in the top of the inning. Elida 400 relay team of Jency Muskingum 010 000 0 — 1 2 0
doubles. man single and an Abby Elliott Bailey Gregory had a Jenkins, Jasmine Jones, Epi- ONU 200 000 x — 2 7 0
WP–Kaitlin Surdej (14-9). LP–
John Carroll then won on double to claim a victory double, a single and an RBI, fany Johnson and Lewis also Rachel Eberling (11-4).
courts one and three and led against top-seeded Musk- Lexi Gregory had a pair of hits won. 2B–Krissy Hughes 1 (M); Abby
Elliot 1 (ONU).
2-1 after doubles play. ingum and advance to game and Codi Miller had a hit and Elida’s Arzaiah Little set a HR–Rachel Eberling 1 (M).
Records: M 31-11; ONU 22-18.
The rains came just as the five of the OAC Tournament at an RBI for Crestview. Laken meet mark in 200 with a time From Friday
singles matches started, forc- Donna J. Newberry Field. George had two doubles and of 22.85. Third place Yarlen High Schools
Boys Track and Field
ing a 1 hour, 18-minute delay With the victory, the Polar a single and Mackenzie Peter- Chambers of Lima Senior also Cooper Tire Invitational
and moving play inside to the Bears improved to 22-18 over- man had a pair of hits and two finished under the former At Findlay
Team Scores: 1. Sylvania Northview
South Regency Tennis Club in all on the season and booked RBI for Shawnee. meet mark with a time of 109, 2. Findlay 97, 3. Anthony Wayne
Miamisburg. a matchup with third-seeded 23.51. Elida’s Jacob Michael 96.5, 4. Elida 90, 5. Otsego 82, 6.
Bowling Green 66, 7. Swanton 50, 8.
JCU grabbed the momen- Baldwin Wallace in game Ada 6, Spencerville 1 equaled the meet record in the McComb 34, 9. Lima Senior 23.5, 10.
tum out of the rain delay five. The ONU-Baldwin Wal- SPENCERVILLE — Win- pole vault with a height of 13 Waite 11.
Event Winners
and increased its lead to 4-1 lace game was halted due to ning pitcher Leona Dalton feet, 6 inches. 3,200 Relay: 1. Swanton 8:36.43.
with victories at Nos. 5 and 3 inclement weather in the top allowed five hits and a walk In the boys events, KeS- 110 Hurdles: 1. KeShawn Spivey
(E) 15.19.
singles. of the fourth with BW leading while striking out 10 in a hawn Spivey (110 hurdles), 100: 1. Dravyn Jones (E) 11.28.
Noah Elliott rallied for a 2-1. The game is scheduled to seven-inning complete game. Dravyn Jones (100) and the 800 Relay: 1. Sylvania Northview
0-6, 6-2, 6-4 victory at No. 2 resume at 11 a.m. today. Lexie White had three hits, 400 relay team of Jones, Cam- 1,600: Gavin Losey (SN) 4:38.33.
singles to get ONU within 4-2. In addition, the victory Raina England tripled and had eron Fetter, Nazareus Wright 400 Relay: 1. Elida (Dravyn Jones,
Cameron Fetter, Nazareus Wright,
Cochran then won 7-5, 2-6, against Muskingham marked a pair of RBI and Lexie Waugh and Little also finished first Arzaiah Little) 44.49.
400: 1. Ben Ireland (F) 51.90.
6-3 at No. 6 singles to make it the 100th career coaching had a hit and knocked in a for Elida. 300 Hurdles: 1. Conrad Weisner
4-3. win for third-year head coach pair of runs for Ada. Sierra (SN) 41.24.
800: 1. Andrew Fritz (AW) 2:01.84.
Vinh Thai tied the match at Jackie Price. She has won 79 Baumgartner doubled and had Reach The Lima News sports department 200: Arzaiah Little (Elida) 22.85.
at 567-242-0468.
3,200: 1. Cooper Losey (SN)
1,600 Relay: 1. Otsego 3:34.12.
Discus: 1. Nick Lehtomaa (F)

Royals rout Tigers

High Jump: 1. Dylan Gilsdorf (S)

Indians send Mariners 5-10.00.

Long Jump: 1. Sean Odonnell (BG)
15-3 ater 4-run irst Shot Put: 1. Keegan Digby (O)

to sixth straight loss

Pole Vault: 1. Jacob Michael (E)
The Associated Press Girls Track and Field
scored the game’s first Cooper Tire Invitational
seven runs. Homer At Findlay
The Associated Press Team Scores: 1. Anthony Wayne
DETROIT — In Bailey (3-3) allowed 166.5, 2. Findlay 127, 3. Sylvania
Northview 77, 4. Lima Senior 66.5, 5.
eight games with the two runs in six innings Elida 63.5, 6. Swanton 61, 7. St. Ursula
CLEVELAND — Kansas City Royals, in a solid outing for Academy 44, 8. Bowling Green 29.5, 9.
Otsego 24, 10. McComb 3.
Carlos Santana hit a Kelvin Gutierrez has Kansas City. Event Winners
two-run homer in the already made a nice Whit Merrifield 3,200 Relay: 1. Findlay 9:57.97.
100 Hurdles: 1. Bobbie Oberle (S)
eighth inning and the impression. also homered for the 16.64.
Cleveland Indians ral- Gutierrez had four Royals, and Jeimer 100: 1. Kylie Lewis (E) 12.65.
800 Relay: 1. Lima Senior
lied past Seattle 5-4 hits and a stolen base Candelario and Ronny (KaNiyah Stevens, Deji’ona Shurelds
Saturday, the Mariners’ Saturday, and the Roy- Rodriguez went deep Simpson, India Benton, Elyse Kelley)
sixth straight loss. als routed the Detroit for the Tigers. 1,600: 1. Emma Steingass (SN)
Santana tagged Con- Tigers 15-3. Kansas Ross was making his 5:28.35.
400 Relay: 1. Elida (Jency Jenkins,
nor Sadzeck (0-1) for AP photo City scored four runs first start since return- Jasmine Jones, Epifany Johnson, Kylie
his fifth home run of The Indians’ Carlos Santana is congratulated by Francisco in the first inning and ing from the paternity Lewis) 50.98.
400: 1. Deji’ona Shurelds Simpson
the season. Lindor after hitting a two-run home run during Saturday’s six in the eighth. Alex list. He and his wife (LS) 1:00.15.
game against Seattle in Cleveland. 300 Hurdles: 1. Sydney Raab (AW)
Tim Beckham hit Gordon homered and Ashley welcomed their 50.39.
a leadoff home run drove in five runs. first child, Jordan 800: 1. Katie Corbin (F) 2:25.39.
200: 1. Deji’ona Shurelds Simpson
to break a 3-all tie in Carlos Carrasco foiled that strategy and Gutierrez, acquired Anthony Ross, on (LS) 25.92.
the eighth — Seattle’s allowed all four home the Indians won for the from Washington Wednesday. 3,200: 1. Alyssa Heer (SU)
fourth solo homer runs, a career high for second straight game last year in a trade His outing Saturday 1,600 Relay: 1. Lima Senior
of the game. Edwin the right-hander, who in their final at-bat. for namesake Kelvin was a forgettable one. (Ka’Niyah Stevens, India Benton,
Deji’ona Shurelds Simpson, Elyse
Encarnacion, Daniel struck out nine in 7 2/3 Cleveland played Herrera, made his big He allowed six hits in Kelley) 4:06.78.
Vogelbach and Dylan innings. its second game since league debut April 27. the first inning, includ- Discus: 1. Lily Hassan (AW)
Moore also connected Francisco Lindor Corey Kluber broke his This was his third mul- ing Gordon’s two-run High Jump: 1. Jenna Rybicki (AW)
for Seattle, which leads singled to lead off the right arm after being tihit game, but his first homer that opened the 5-01.00.
Long Jump: 1. Bobbie Oberle (S)
the AL with 65 home eighth against Roenis hit by a line drive. with more than two. scoring and an RBI 15-09.50.
runs. Elias and took sec- Shane Bieber allowed “I feel great because double by Jorge Soler. Shot Put: 1. Lily Hassan (AW)
Tyler Olson (1-0) ond on Leonys Mar- one runs in 7 2/3 the team gives me an Ryan O’Hearn added Pole Vault: 1. Elaine Hohman (F)
retired the final hitter tin’s sacrifice. Jose innings Friday. opportunity and I play a run-scoring single to 10-00.00.
in the eighth for the Ramirez struck out Mariners starter great,” Gutierrez said. make it 4-0. Baseball
and Seattle manager Mike Leake allowed Adalberto Mondesi Indiana Tech 6, UNOH 2
win. Brad Hand walked “It felt great.” Indiana Tech 004 001 010 — 6 7 0
Encarnacion to begin Scott Servais went three runs in six The Royals chased hit an RBI triple in the UNOH 000 002 000 — 2 8 1
WP–Nate McBroom. LP–Jacob
the ninth, then struck to Sadzeck, a rookie innings. Seattle is 5-15 Detroit right-hander second, and Ross was Lewis.
out the next three hit- right-hander. since starting the sea- Tyson Ross (1-4) in done after a one-out 2B–Jacob Alvidrez 1 (IT).
HR–Jake DeFries 1 (IT).
ters for his 10th save. Santana quickly son with a 13-2 record. the second inning and walk by Hunter Dozier. Records: IT 35-14-1; UNOH 19-26-1.
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Dahmen hangs on for 3-way share of lead

The Associated Press
golf scores
CHARLOTTE, N.C. PGA — Wells Fargo Championship Martin Laird 67-71-71 — 209 -4 Alex Prugh 73-68-71 — 212 -1
— Joel Dahmen held his Saturday
At Quail Hollow Club
Adam Hadwin
Nate Lashley
73-69-68 — 210
71-70-69 — 210
Matt Jones 70-70-72 —
Richy Werenski 70-69-73 —
own playing in the final Charlotte, N.C. John Senden 68-73-69 — 210 -3 Julian Etulain 73-70-70 — 213 E
group for the first time Purse: $7.9 million Jim Knous 68-72-70 — 210 -3 Hideki Matsuyama 73-70-70 — 213 E
Yardage: 7,554; Par 71 Kevin Streelman 71-69-70 — 210 -3 Brandon Harkins 73-69-71 — 213 E
and wound up in a three- Third Round Sungjae Im 70-69-71 — 210 -3 Roberto Diaz 70-72-71 — 213 E
way tie for the lead with Max Homa 69-63-70 — 202 -11 Cody Gribble 71-72-68 — 211 -2 Byeong Hun An 72-70-71 — 213 E
Jason Dufner 68-63-71 — 202 -11 Bud Cauley 73-70-68 — 211 -2 Kramer Hickok 72-69-72 — 213 E
Jason Dufner and Max Joel Dahmen 66-66-70 — 202 -11 Ollie Schniederjans 74-69-68 — 211 -2 Jimmy Walker 71-70-72 — 213 E
Pat Perez 69-68-66 — 203 -10 Ryan Blaum 71-72-68 — 211 -2 Tony Finau 72-69-72 — 213 E
Homa on a stormy Sat- Rory McIlroy 66-70-68 — 204 -9 Webb Simpson 69-73-69 — 211 -2 Nick Taylor 67-75-72 — 214 +1
urday at the Wells Fargo Justin Rose 70-67-68 — 205 -8 Brice Garnett 70-71-70 — 211 -2 Luke List 75-68-71 — 214 +1
Paul Casey 69-71-66 — 206 -7 Shawn Stefani 76-65-70 — 211 -2 J.J. Henry 70-72-72 — 214 +1
Championship. Seamus Power 69-68-69 — 206 -7 Dylan Frittelli 67-74-70 — 211 -2 Nick Watney 70-72-72 — 214 +1
Very much in the mix Sergio Garcia 69-73-65 — 207 -6 Henrik Stenson 74-67-70 — 211 -2 Harris English 71-71-72 — 214 +1
Rickie Fowler 71-70-66 — 207 -6 Chez Reavie 70-71-70 — 211 -2 Trey Mullinax 72-69-73 — 214 +1
was Rory McIlroy, who Doc Redman 70-70-67 — 207 -6 Lucas Glover 70-69-72 — 211 -2 Adam Long 70-71-73 — 214 +1
was reminded at every Vaughn Taylor 68-71-68 — 207 -6 Sebastian Munoz 68-70-73 — 211 -2 Jason Kokrak 70-70-74 — 214 +1
Patrick Reed 67-69-71 — 207 -6 Brendon Todd 68-70-73 — 211 -2 Wes Roach 70-71-74 — 215 +2
turn that it was his Keith Mitchell 68-74-66 — 208 -5 Jason Day 68-69-74 — 211 -2 Tom Hoge 70-70-75 — 215 +2
30th birthday. He had a Colt Knost 73-68-67 — 208 -5 Chase Wright 71-72-69 — 212 -1 Zack Sucher 72-71-73 — 216 +3
Adam Schenk 67-74-67 — 208 -5 Joaquin Niemann 73-70-69 — 212 -1 Hank Lebioda 71-72-74 — 217 +4
3-under 68 and was two Jhonattan Vegas 72-67-69 — 208 -5 Brian Harman 68-75-69 — 212 -1 Matthew Short 76-67-74 — 217 +4
shots behind. Aaron Wise 69-70-69 — 208 -5
Rory Sabbatini 76-66-67 — 209 -4
Daniel Berger 73-69-70 — 212
Kyoung-Hoon Lee 72-70-70 — 212
Brendan Steele 72-70-75 —
Beau Hossler 69-72-76 —
Storms moved in Kyle Stanley 69-69-71 — 209 -4 Bill Haas 69-72-71 — 212 -1 Fabian Gomez 70-69-80 — 219 +6
sooner than expected
causing two delays, each
lasting a little more than today.” is three shots clear of ed No. 10 from about
an hour and making a The top of the leader- Mikko Korhonen (65) 40 feet, missed like a
firm Quail Hollow play board looked similar to and Jorge Campillo (68). 3-footer, then almost
slightly softer. when the round started, missed the next one,
Dahmen and Homa except that McIlroy and Insperity Invitational so it was kind of nice
each dropped a shot over Perez are a lot closer, THE WOODLANDS, that we didn’t have to
the last three holes for and they all have a lot Texas — Scott McCar- play anymore. I kind of
a 70. They were tied for AP photo more company. ron took a three-stroke figured some things out,
the lead when Dahmen’s Joel Dahmen lines up a putt on the second hole during Satuday’s Paul Casey made 15 lead Saturday in the and putted a little bit.”
third round of the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow pars and still managed
approach to the 16th PGA Tour Champions’ Paul Goydos and Scott
Club in Charlotte, N.C.
was left of the green and to make up five shots Insperity Invitational, Parel were tied for sec-
came close to the water. a wedge to 6 feet for chances and I like where on the lead, courtesy overcoming a stiff neck ond.
He missed a 12-foot par birdie on the next hole I’m standing after three of a pair of eagles and to complete a 5-under Goydos shot 68-67
attempt. Homa pushed and solid golf the rest of days.” on birdie. He was four 67 in the storm-delayed after only playing two
his drive to the right on the way. Dahmen will be in the shots back at 7-under first round and shoot a shots Friday.
the 18th and was blocked “I thought I was going penultimate group with 206, along with Seamus 65 in the second. “Hopefully, going to
by trees, played his sec- to be a lot more nervous Perez. Power (69). The 53-year-old have a nice day tomor-
ond across the creek into in those opening holes With two players Another shot behind McCarron was afraid the row,” Goydos said. “But
the gallery and missed a and I wasn’t,” Dahmen going for their first win, was a group that include neck problem might pre- I think if he (McCarron)
10-foot par putt. said. “After I made dou- and Dufner still trying Sergio Garcia, who shot vent him from playing. goes out and shoots
Dufner, the former ble, then I got nervous to emerge from a slump, 30 on the front nine in “I woke up this morn- 5- or 6-under par like he
PGA champion, atoned because I didn’t want to McIlroy liked his posi- the morning on his way ing and went to dry my did today, kind of a moot
for back-to-back bogeys shoot myself out of this tion two shots behind. to a 65, and Rickie Fowl- hair and my neck just point.”
after the first storm thing. I wanted to keep He heard “Happy er, who had a 66. Fowler tightened right up,” Parel shot 67-68, play-
delay with two straight having fun and keep Birthday” at every turn, won his first PGA Tour McCarron said. “It was ing 32 holes Saturday.
birdies, and he gave him- being in this tourna- made his first birdie as title at Quail Hollow in almost like Chevy Chase “For all the rain we got,
self chances down the ment. Geno, my caddie, a 30-year-old on hit the 2012. when he stuck his fingers I was surprised at how
stretch. He wound up did a great job today, par-5 seventh hole and in the car door. I was good it really was,” Parel
with a 71. just kept it light.” looked to be ready to China Open like, ‘I didn’t do that.’ said. “It was very wet,
They were at 11-under That would be Geno make a move when he SHENZHEN, China “I knew I was going and there were definitely
202. Bonnalie, who two years hit from a loose divot on — First he made the cut, to have to play a lot of places you could not find
Pat Perez had a bogey- when McIlroy parted the 12th fairway to just now he’s inside the top holes today, so I wasn’t some dry spots. But all
free 66 and was one with his caddie put out a outside 10 feet. 50. There’s no holding even sure I was going in all, I thought it held up
shot behind. Six players mock application for the That’s when the back 14-year-old Chinese to be able to go. I went pretty darn good.”
were separated by three job on social media that second horn sounded golfer Kuang Yang in his in the fitness trailer and Colin Montgomerie
shots going into the began by taking credit to stop play. McIlroy first-ever European Tour they kind of loosened it was 8 under after two
final round, a group that for guiding Dahmen to a returned and ran his event. up a little bit, but it was 68s. He started play Sat-
includes Justin Rose, tie for 68th in the Reno- birdie putt 5 feet by the With a 3-under 69 that bothering me all day. But urday with a par putt on
who bogeyed the 18th Tahoe Open. hole, missed the next featured five birdies in I think I was more just his fourth hole.
hole from a poor tee Homa ended 30 holes one and lost ground his first 10 holes, Kuang thinking about keeping “It’s a very long day
shot and shot 68. without a bogey when he with a bogey. That was moved into a tie for 44th it loose and wasn’t really for us, but at the same
Dahmen, the cancer missed a 6-footer for par his last mistake. He place after the third thinking too much about time the course has
survivor who keeps a on the 11th hole, and picked up birdies on the round Saturday in his score. And lo and behold, dried out remarkably
light perspective on golf, he failed to convert two reachable 14th and the historic appearance at I played pretty good.” since this morning,”
had never been in the birdie chances before his par-5 15th and is poised the Volvo China Open. McCarron was in the Montgomerie said.
top five starting a round bogey at the end. Now to join Tom Weiskopf On Friday, he became middle of his second “They squeegeed the
on the weekend, and it’s his turn to play in the as the only three-time the youngest person to hole Friday when light- driving range, it was
he had a chance to fade final group on Sunday winners at Quail Hol- make the cut at a regular ning and heavy rain under water, so they’ve
quickly when he was in with Dufner. low. Weiskopf won the European Tour event — wiped out most of the done a great job. Every-
the trees, misjudged a “All you can ask for old Kemper Open three outside the majors — at play at The Woodlands one’s done a great job to
pitch that went into the is to have a chance,” times on this course 14 years, 6 months, 12 Country Club. He won get us around and back
bunker and made double Homa said. “I think I before the tournament days. the Mitsubishi Electric on schedule.”
bogey. After five holes, did that today. Obvi- moved to Washington. Kuang is 12 strokes Classic two weeks ago Bernhard Langer, the
he already was four ously, we have a long “This golf course behind the leader, in Georgia for his ninth winner last year for his
shots behind. 18 holes to go on a hard really rewards patience France’s Benjamin senior title. fourth title in the event,
He answered with a golf course, but I’m and rewards discipline,” Hebert, who shot “It’s a long day,” was tied for 11th at 5
shot into 12 feet on the proud of the round. I like McIlroy said. “And I feel 8-under 64 to move 17 McCarron said. “The under after rounds of 69
par-5 seventh for eagle, how I played, I like my like I was both of those under overall. Hebert day before, I three-putt- and 70.

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Blazers-Nuggets game goes 4 OTs

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Rodney but fell out of favor and refused to lot already. double of the playoffs with 33 points,
Hood checked back into the game, a check into the final minutes of a blow- It was just the second quadruple- 18 rebounds and 14 assists, but
fresh body among the weary ones all out win over Toronto in the second overtime playoff game in NBA his- missed a crucial free throw with 5.6
over the court. round. He was acquired by the Blazers tory, joining a 1953 game between seconds to go. The 7-foot center
Eager for postseason redemption in a February trade. the Boston Celtics and the Syracuse played 65 minutes, two shy of the
after struggling in the playoffs last “I didn’t give up. I didn’t give up Nationals. postseason record.
year, Hood got his chance Friday night. on myself, just kept playing, kept CJ McCollum matched his career Jamal Murray had a playoff-high
All he had to do was wait until an working,” he said. “I had no idea that playoff high with 41 points and 34 points for the Nuggets. Game 4 is
NBA postseason record-tying fourth I’d end up in Portland in this type of Damian Lillard added 28 for Portland, Sunday.
overtime. situation. But to be here, to have my which stretched its winning streak at “We fought, we fought, we fought.
Hood hit the key 3-pointer with 18.6 family in the crowd when I saw a lot home to 12 games dating back to the That’s all you can ask for. Too many
seconds left and the Portland Trail of sad faces last go-round, to be here regular season. second-chance points too many
Blazers beat the Denver Nuggets 140- is very emotional for me, to be quite Hood scored seven points in the turnovers, that was the difference in
137 to take a 2-1 lead in the Western frank. final OT and helped the Blazers the game,” Nuggets coach Michael
Conference semifinals. “A lot more basketball to go, remain unbeaten at home this postsea- Malone said. “But that was a hell of a
Hood was a starter for Cleveland though. A lot more basketball.” son. basketball game by two very good bas-
last season when the playoffs opened, The Blazers and Nuggets played a Nikola Jokic had his third triple- ketball teams.”

Each week, The Lima News Lima: Hitting league registration play the irst round of match PICKLEBALL — Women’s Shooting and
publishes a calendar of events now open. Apex Sports Zone play that afternoon. The Lima: Pickleball is played at Self-Defense Group at the
of local interest. Events will be holding machine Open Flights will play the irst Bradield Center from 9 a.m. Lima Sabres, 5090 Hanthorn
should be submitted by noon pitch hitting leagues for both round of Match Play that day until 11 a.m. Tuesdays and Road. Gain conidence
Wednesday of each week to baseball and softball. Four- at Blufton and the Senior Thursdays. All skill levels are however that may be. Meeting
The Lima News. player teams will compete in Flights Match Play will begin at welcome. held the second Sunday of
a six-week season including Springbrook Golf Club. Friday Lima: The Lima YMCA is holding every month: May 16 and June
ADULT FITNESS ive league games and one will see all lights playing at open pickleball play from 7 9. Shooting sessions at 1 p.m.
Lima: Apex Sports Zone is now postseason game. Games Hidden Creek. The semiinals p.m. until 9 p.m. Tuesdays and 3 p.m. with instructional
ofering Adult Fitness Classes. are ive innings long in Apex’s and inals are scheduled and Thursdays and 10 a.m. training at 2 p.m. For more
Five week and 10 week professional, turfed cages. For to take place Saturday and to 2 p.m. Monday through information email: info@
programs are being ofered. more information or to sign up, Sunday at Shawnee Country Friday (appointment only).
Get it, tone and increase your go to or Club. Carts will be included Free for YMCA members and
energy. For more information call 567-712-7175. for all rounds. Lunches will $3 per visit for nonmembers SOCCER
visit or Delphos: The 10th annual also be provided for all players or $20 per month for Lima: Apex Sports Zone is
call 567-712-7175. Nathan Miller Memorial Wednesday through Friday. nonmembers(unlimited play). playing host to Advanced
Tournament will be May 31 Online registration will open in Individuals can register online Soccer Skills. College level
ARCHERY through June 2 at the Delphos May at at coaches and players will put
Lima: The Allen County Archers Stadium Park. The tournament Wapakoneta: The Wapakoneta Blufton: The Blufton Family participants through more
are holding open 3-D shoots is a 16-20 team tournament Chamber of Commerce golf Recreation will be ofering advanced soccer training with
the irst Saturday and Sunday for boys age 11-12 years old outing will be held at the pickleball from 8:30-10:30 an emphasis on foot skills,
each month from March (age cutof is March 1). The Prairie View Golf Club at 9 a.m. and 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays passing, receiving, striking a
through September. They are tournament will be pool play a.m. a.m, Friday, May 10. A and from 8:30-10:30a.m. and ball and much more. For more
open to all archery equipment. with a three-game guarantee. team registration fee is $250. 5-7 p.m. Thursdays. information or to sign up go to
Columbus Grove: Columbus Players must be from the same Individuals can register at
Grove Archery Club school district. Cost is $175. RUN/WALK Elida: Registration is under
memberships are available. For Deadline to enter is May 10. For Van Wert: The Van Wert City/ Putnam County: The Kalida way for Elida Youth Soccer
info call Tom Frick at 419-384- more information contact Sam County DARE Team will be Band 4-Miler at 9 a.m. Fall 2019. Kindergarten
3033. Miller at 567-825-8631. holding its 24th annual DARE Saturday is the last of the — 8th grade students are
The Columbus Groves Archery Golf the Hickory Superior Running Series encouraged to register on-line
Club hold traditional 3-D shoot FISHING Sticks Golf Course in Van Wert following April’s Bath Spring at
on the third Saturday of the St. Marys: The FLW Bass Fishing on May 11 with a shot gun start Fling and Delphos Organ for the upcoming Fall Season.
month all year long. League (BFL) tournament at 9 a.m.. The rain date for the Donor Dash 5K run/walk. Registration ends June 24.
season will continue Saturday, tournament will be Sunday Cost is $20 and registration STRENGTH AND
BASEBALL May 11, with the T-H Marine May 19. The cost to golf in the is available until Wednesday CONDITIONING/FITNESS
Lima: Registration is underway FLW BFL Buckeye Division tournament is $60.00 per at Lima: Apex Sports Zone is
for bus trips to attend the opener on Grand Lake St. man. Anyone interested in Cloverdale/KalidaBand4Miler ofering individual athletes,
Cleveland Indians take on Marys presented by Navionics. goling or sponsoring a hole and beginning at 8 a.m. the teams and adults the
the Cincinnati Reds at Great Up to 400 boaters and co- can contact Deputy Biberstine day of the event at 18031 opportunity to work out
American Ballpark at 1:10 anglers will be competing for or Deputy Gabriel at 419- Road M in Cloverdale. with certiied strength and
p.m. July 7 or watch the top awards of up to $8,000 238-3866 or Oicer Greg Kalida: The fourth annual conditioning coaches to
Detroit Tigers travel to face and $3,000 respectively in the Blackmore at 419-238-2462 Running with the Law Sprint improve their speed,strength
the Cleveland Indians at one-day tournament. Take-of Triathlon and 5K Race will and conditioning. For a free
Progressive Field June 22. is at 6:30 a.m. and the weigh in HORSESHOES be held at 8:30 a.m. Aug. 17 evaluation or trial, go to
The fee is $75 for each of the is at 3 p.m. Lima at Four Seasons Park,18031 or call
events and buses will depart The Allen County Horseshoe Road M. Register at 567-712-7175.
from the Ottawa Eagles #2234 FOOTBALL Pitchers, located at 1815 C
and the Lima Eastgate Super Lima: Private and small group St., have openings in leagues with-the-law.html. Go to SWIMMING
Wal-Mart. Deadline to pay lessons are available for and doubles. Open doubles Lima: Splash week will be held at
for the Tigers-Indians game players of all ages. No position begins at 8:30a.m.Saturdays. tyfundraisingevents the Lima YMCA June 3-7. The
is May 22 and deadline the is of limits. All techniques Corn hole leagues are for more information program is a fun way for kids
Indians-Reds game is June 7. and skills will be taught based forming. Horseshoe pitchers email questions to ages 3 and up to learn basic
All proceeds will be donated to on players’ needs. For more are needed for new leagues. fundraising4putnamcounty@ water skills and how to be safe
the Flag City Honor Flight. For information or to sign up, go to Contact Dwaine Klink All proceeds around water. Registration for
more information contact Mike or call at 419-235-3677or Roy will benefit Putnam County junior splash is underway for
Melvin at 419-303-9280. 567-712-7175. Moore at 419-231-3720 for Sheriff’sCommunity Projects Splash (6 years and up) and
Lima: Bath Baseball is having information. fund, school and community- Junior Splash (Ages 3-5). The
their annual “Best of the GOLF based programs. fee is $5.
Northwest” Youth Baseball Lima: The 92nd Lima City KARATE
Tournament on June 7- 9. Golf Men’s Tournament is Lima: The Lima Family YMCA SHOOTING TRAPSHOOTING
There will be a 12U, 10U and scheduled to take place June is holding a karate program Lima Sabres: The Lima Sabres Lima: The Lima Sabres have
8U-Coach Pitch Division. 26-30 at courses in the Lima from 6:30-8 p.m. Tuesdays have various shooting events. various shooting events.
Will only take 12 teams per area. The tournament will and Thursdays. The fee is Thursday Trap Practice and Thursday Trap Practice
division. Cost for the 12U and begin for the Open Flight $30 for members and$60 for League is 4 p.m. weekly. for Adults/Juniors/
10U Division will be $250 with players with a qualifying round nonmembers. Junior Wednesday morning Beginners is 4 p.m. weekly.
a 3 game guarantee. Cost for on June 26 at Colonial Golfers trap practice is 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday morning Adult
the 8U Division will be $200 Club. The Senior Flights will KICKBOXING weekly, weather permitting. Trap Practice is 9 a.m. to
with a 3 game guarantee. This start that day with qualiiers Lima: At 7:30 p.m Tuesdays and For additional information, go 11 a.m. weekly, weather
is a school team tournament. at Blufton Golf Club. The Thursdays, Apex Sports Zone to or visit on permitting. All trap sessions
Please call or text Jeremie Championship Flight will play will have classes for adults Facebook. are open to the public. For
Magrum at (419)233-3232 a qualifying round Thursday and kids 14 and older. Go additional information, go to
or email at jmagrum@ morning, June 27, at Colonial SELF-DEFENSE or visit on to register. Golfers Club and will then kickboxing. Lima: “ARMED … Like a Lady” Facebook.

F r i d ay M L B G a M e S u M M a r i e S
Giants 12, Reds 11 Barnhart c 2 1 0 0 3 2 .192 Peralta 1 4 4 4 0 1 21 4.09 Seattle Totals 32 3 7 3 1 13
San Francisco AB R H BI BB SO Avg. 1-Casali pr-c 1 0 0 0 0 1 .268 Lorenzen, H, 11 4 2 2 0 1 18 2.04 000 100 000 — 1 8 0 Detroit AB R H BI BB SO Avg.
Panik 2b 6 1 1 2 0 1 .200 Totals 49 11 13 10 7 16 Garrett, H, 42-3 2 1 1 0 2 14 2.02 Cleveland Candelario 3b 3 1 0 0 1 1 .226
Gerber lf 3 0 1 0 1 1 .333 San Francisco R.Iglesias, BS, 000 100 001 — 2 4 0 Castellanos rf 3 2 1 0 1 0 .271
Melancon p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- 000 304 031 01 — 12 17 2 2-8 1,1-3 2 1 1 0 2 21 3.94 Two outs when winning run scored. Cabrera dh 4 0 3 1 0 0 .295
a-Austin ph 1 1 1 0 0 0 .313 Cincinnati Hughes, L, 2-11,1-3 1 1 1 1 2 22 5.14 a-singled for Luplow in the 9th. 1-Dixon pr-dh 0 0 0 0 0 0 .333
Dyson p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- 305 110 100 00 — 11 13 0 Duke 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 2 9.00 LOB_Seattle 8, Cleveland 4. 2B_Beckham 2 (11), Goodrum lf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .236
Watson p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- a-singled for Melancon in the 8th. b-lied out for Lorenzen pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. Martin (5), Luplow (2). HR_Bruce (10), of Bieber. Rodriguez 1b 4 1 2 2 0 0 .324
c-Sandoval ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .271 R.Iglesias in the 9th. c-struck out for Watson in Inherited runners-scored_Vincent 2-0, Bergen RBIs_Bruce (18), Naquin (8). SB_Gordon (9). Beckham 2b 3 0 2 0 0 1 .250
Moronta p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- the 10th. 1-0, Melancon 2-0, Garrett 2-2, R.Iglesias 2-1, Runners left in scoring position_Seattle 4 (Vogel- Greiner c 4 0 0 0 0 1 .211
Smith p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- 1-ran for Barnhart in the 9th. Duke 1-0. HBP_Watson (Puig). WP_Beede, Mo- bach 3, D.Santana) Cleveland 1 (Gonza- Mercer ss 3 0 0 0 0 1 .226
Posey c 3 1 1 0 0 0 .253 E_Pillar (1), Vincent (2). LOB_San Francisco 8, ronta. lez). RISP_Seattle 1 for 6 Cleveland 2 for 4. Jones cf 3 0 0 0 0 1 .138
Bergen p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Cincinnati 13. 2B_Gerber (1), Vogt (1), Winker 2 Umpires_Home, Hunter Wendelstedt First, Runners moved up_C.Santana. GIDP_C.Santana. Totals 31 4 8 3 2 7
Solarte lf 3 0 0 0 0 3 .217 (4), J.Iglesias (5). HR_Panik (2), of Peralta Jordan Baker Second, Paul Nauert Third, DP_Seattle 1 (Gordon, Beckham, Encarnacion). Kansas City
Belt 1b 5 1 1 2 1 1 .229 Vogt (1), of R.Iglesias Longoria (4), of Chad Whitson. Seattle IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA 000 200 001 — 3 7 0
Longoria 3b 5 2 3 2 1 0 .223 Hughes Dietrich (6), of Beede Diet- T_4:29. A_23,478 (42,319). Kikuchi 7 3 1 1 1 10 93 3.98 Detroit
Crawford ss 5 1 2 1 1 1 .202 rich (7), of Beede Farmer (4), of Indians 2, Mariners 1 Rosscup 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 1.74 301 000 00x — 4 8 0
Pillar cf 6 1 1 0 0 0 .205 Vincent. RBIs_Panik 2 (9), Belt 2 (15), Longoria Seattle AB R H BI BB SO Avg. Swarzak, L, 2-1 2-3 1 1 1 2 1 18 3.60 a-doubled for Owings in the 9th.
Duggar rf 5 1 3 3 0 1 .256 2 (13), Crawford (3), Duggar 3 (14), Vogt 2 (2), Gordon 2b 4 0 2 0 0 0 .304 Cleveland IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA 1-ran for Cabrera in the 8th.
Beede p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Winker (14), Puig (16), Dietrich 6 (20), Farmer Haniger cf 4 0 1 0 0 3 .237 Bieber 7,2-3 6 1 1 1 8 114 3.16 LOB_Kansas City 5, Detroit 6. 2B_O’Hearn (4),
Vincent p 1 0 0 0 0 1 .000 2 (10). SB_Puig (4), Dietrich (1), J.Iglesias (1). Vogelbach dh 2 0 0 0 2 0 .289 Perez 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 7.94 Rodriguez (5). 3B_Gutierrez (1). HR_Soler (8), of
Vogt c 3 3 3 2 0 0 1.000 SF_Duggar. S_Beede. Encarnacion 1b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .231 Cimber 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 12 4.15 Greene. RBIs_Soler 2 (21), Gutierrez (8), Cabrera
Totals 47 12 17 12 4 10 Runners left in scoring position_San Francisco 4 D.Santana lf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .275 Hand, W, 1-1 1 1 0 0 0 2 15 1.23 (12), Rodriguez 2 (7). CS_Hamilton (4). SF_Soler.
Cincinnati AB R H BI BB SO Avg. (Gerber, Belt, Crawford, Pillar) Cincin- Bruce rf 4 1 1 1 0 1 .189 Perez pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. Runners left in scoring position_Kansas City 2
Votto 1b 7 0 0 0 0 3 .217 nati 10 (Votto, Puig 2, J.Iglesias, Farmer 2, Peraza, Narvaez c 4 0 1 0 0 0 .289 Inherited runners-scored_Cimber 1-0. (Maldonado 2) Detroit 3 (Greiner 3).
Senzel cf 5 1 1 0 2 2 .200 Schebler 2, Casali). RISP_San Francisco 5 for 15 Beckham ss 4 0 2 0 0 1 .284 Umpires_Home, Todd Tichenor First, RISP_Kansas City 0 for 3 Detroit 3 for 10.
Winker lf 5 2 3 1 0 1 .243 Cincinnati 4 for 17. Healy 3b 2 0 0 0 0 1 .231 Phil Cuzzi Second, Tom Hallion Third, GIDP_Greiner.
R.Iglesias p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Runners moved up_Posey, Crawford. GIDP_Dug- Moore 3b 2 0 0 0 0 2 .184 Adam Hamari. DP_Kansas City 1 (Owings, Dozier).
b-Suarez ph-3b 2 0 0 0 0 1 .220 gar. Totals 34 1 8 1 2 10 T_2:46. A_16,334 (35,225). Kansas City IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Puig rf 5 3 2 1 0 0 .188 DP_Cincinnati 1 (J.Iglesias, Votto). Cleveland AB R H BI BB SO Avg. Tigers 4, Royals 3 Lopez, L, 0-3 7 5 4 4 2 6 99 5.09
Dietrich 2b 4 2 3 6 0 0 .250 San Francisco IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Lindor ss 3 0 0 0 1 1 .214 Kansas City AB R H BI BB SO Avg. Peralta 1 3 0 0 0 1 19 6.60
Lorenzen p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .143 Beede 2,1-3 7 8 8 2 3 65 30.8 Martin cf 4 2 1 0 0 1 .214 Merriield 2b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .289 Detroit IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Garrett p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Vincent 2 1 2 1 1 4 47 2.75 Ramirez 3b 4 0 1 0 0 2 .186 Mondesi dh 4 0 0 0 0 2 .277 Boyd, W, 3-2 7 5 2 2 1 9 102 3.05
Schebler lf 2 0 0 0 0 1 .123 Bergen 1 2 0 0 0 1 19 4.50 C.Santana 1b 3 0 0 0 1 1 .314 Gordon lf 3 1 1 0 0 0 .286 Jimenez, H, 7 1 0 0 0 0 2 13 4.38
Hughes p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Melancon 1,2-3 1 1 1 2 0 31 2.02 Luplow rf 2 0 1 0 1 1 .273 Dozier 1b 4 1 1 0 0 3 .340 Greene, S, 13-13 1 2 1 1 0 2 24 1.80
Duke p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Dyson 1 1 0 0 0 2 18 3.18 a-Naquin ph 1 0 1 1 0 0 .278 Soler rf 3 1 3 2 0 0 .242 HBP_Boyd (Gordon), Lopez (Beckham). WP_Lo-
J.Iglesias ss 5 1 2 0 1 1 .308 Watson 1 1 0 0 1 1 28 3.48 Gonzalez lf 3 0 0 0 0 2 .226 Gutierrez 3b 4 0 1 1 0 2 .269 pez.
Farmer 3b-2b 6 1 2 2 0 2 .219 Moronta, W, 1-2 1 0 0 0 1 3 20 1.80 Kipnis 2b 3 0 0 0 0 0 .173 Owings ss 3 0 0 0 0 2 .143 Umpires_Home, Quinn Wolcott First,
Gray p 2 0 0 0 1 0 .111 Smith, S 8-8 1 0 0 0 0 2 10 2.84 Plawecki c 3 0 0 0 0 1 .200 a-O’Hearn ph 1 0 1 0 0 0 .170 Gary Cederstrom Second, Adrian John-
Peralta p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Cincinnati IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Bauers dh 3 0 0 0 0 2 .231 Maldonado c 4 0 0 0 0 1 .181 son Third, Marvin Hudson.
Peraza 2b-lf 3 0 0 0 0 2 .194 Gray 5 4 3 3 3 2 82 3.89 Totals 29 2 4 1 3 11 Hamilton cf 2 0 0 0 1 2 .212 T_2:33. A_14,020 (41,297).
The Lima News SPORTS Sunday, May 5, 2019 9C

St. Marys’ Howie Spencer gets his racket on the ball to make a return during Saturday’s Western
Buckeye League Tournament at UNOH.
Elida’s Riley Fricke hits a return during Saturday’s Western Buckeye League Tournament at UNOH.

In the third-place
WBL “No matter if you
win or lose, you
matches, Spencer
downed Welch 6-2, 6-3
have to keep it all at first singles.
From page 1C At second singles,
in perspective. I Perry got past Fast 1-6,
the guys were hitting made a habit of 5-4 (retired).
well. That gave us con- saying ‘nice shot’ At third singles,
fidence to come into or ‘nice play’ to my Fricke downed King.
today and play well,” opponents.” At first doubles,
Laubenthal said. — Taj Chahal Martinez and Fred-
“In our matches today, Kenton
erick beat Ruger and
Colin beat a guy he Thomas.
lost to in the regular At second doubles,
season in Mason King Carter and Jace Fast
of St. Marys 5-7, 6-4, Nathan Ruger and defeated Butler and
6-3 in the semifinals. Kaden Thomas 6-0, 6-2 Wuest.
That was a good sign and Ramirez and Creps The players voted
for us that we continue fought past Robert for a Sportsmanship
Photos by Richard Parrish | The Lima News to improve. As a coach, Martinez and Andrew Award, which went to
Ottawa-Glandorf’s Carter Welch returns a shot during Saturday’s Western Buckeye League that is what you like to Frederick of Defiance Kenton’s Taj Chahal.
Tournament at UNOH. see, getting better as 7-5, 1-6, 6-2. “No matter if you win
you move on.” Unterbrink and or lose, you have to
In the semifinals, at Schmenk knocked off keep it all in perspec-
SATURDAY’S Andy Vogel (SM) def. (D) 7-5, 1-6, 6-2. first singles, Adkins Wyatt Wuest and Eric tive. I made a habit of
Zane Fast (VW) 6-4, Final Butler 6-1, 6-3 and saying ‘nice shot’ or
defeated Carter Welch
RESULTS 6-2. Drew Kuhlman/
of O-G 6-2, 6-2 and Kawalec and Gran- ‘nice play’ to my oppo-
Final Kamron Maag (O-G)
WBL Tournament Parker Schomaeker def. Jacob Ramirez/ Christoff upended nan won a three-setter nents,” Chahal said.
Tournament (O-G) def. Andy Riley Creps (E) 6-1, Howie Spencer of St. against Nick Carter and “It was always about
Standings: 1. Vogel (SM) 6-3, 6-4. 6-3. Marys 4-6, 6-4, 6-1. Jace Fast of Van Wert, trying to improve
Ottawa-Glandorf, 2. Third Place Third Place At second singles, 4-6, 6-1, 6-1. myself and better my
Elida, 3. St. Marys, game, and you never
Perry (D) def. Fast Martinez/Frederick (D) Schomaeker downed “Our mindset this
4. Wapakoneta, 5. (VW) 1-6, 5-4, ret. def. Ruger/Thomas
Defiance, 5. Van Hunter Perry of Defi- year was ‘next point.’ improve yourself or bet-
Backdraw (VW) 6-2, 6-4. ance 6-0, 6-1 and Vogel The idea was always to ter your game by being
Wert, 7. Shawnee, 8. Final Backdraw
Kenton, 9. Bath, 10. did the same to Zane look forward instead of negative to yourself
Buetner (E) def. Final Fast of Van Wert 6-4, back,” Laubenthal said. or your opponent. My
Celina. Hughes (W) 8-2. Hancock/Kirby (W)
Regular season and Seventh Place def. Scutt/Stewart 6-2. “As we got better at parents taught me that
overall standings will Paysen (S) def. Chahal (S) 8-3. At third singles, Doll implementing that on from a young age. You
be determined when (K) 8-4. Seventh Place bested Elida’s Riley the court, we got better can only control what
matches are made Third Singles Lyons/Longbrake (K) Fricke 6-3, 6-4. at forgetting a bad shot you do on the court.”
up. O-G has already Semifinal def. Keller/Tennant At third singles, or a bad serve. That With regular-season
clinched overall and John Doll (W) def. Riley (SM) 9-8(7). Adkins defeated Carter was our mentality this matches to go, final
regular season titles. Fricke (E) 6-3, 6-4. Second Doubles
First Singles Welch of O-G 6-2, 6-2 year, and the guys did standings will not be
Colin Welch (O-G) def. Semifinals and Christoff upended a good job of applying determined until mid-
Semifinals Mason King (SM) Nolan Unterbrink/Sam
Jeffrey Adkins (W) def. Howie Spencer of St. it to their matches. We week, but O-G has
5-7, 6-4, 6-3. Schmenk (O-G) def. Marys 4-6, 6-4, 6-1. did a good job of put- already clinched the
Carter Welch (O-G) Final Wyatt Wuest/Eric
6-2, 6-2. Kuhlman and Maag ting that into play as championship as well
John Doll (W) def. Butler (E) 6-1, 6-3.
Tyler Christoff (E) def. Colin Welch (O-G) Mat Kawalec/Justin bested Van Wert’s we went on.” as the overall title.
Howie Spencer (SM) 2-6, 6-3, 6-3. Grannan (SM) def.
4-6, 6-4, 6-1. Third Place Nick Carter/Jace
Final Fricke (E) def. King Fast (VW) 4-6, 6-1,
Jeffrey Adkins (W) def. (SM) 6-7 (3), 6-2, 6-1.
Tyler Christoff (E) 6-1. Final
6-2, 6-0. Backdraw Nolan Unterbrink/Sam
Third Place Final Schmenk (O-G) def.
Spencer (SM) def. Hellman (VW) def. Mat Kawalec/Justin
Welch (O-G) 6-2,
Garcia (D) 8-4.
Seventh Place
Rutter (S) def.
Grannan (SM) 6-0,
Third Place
presents our
Final Robinson (K) 9-8(0). Carter/Fast (VW) def.

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Income can ‘Tidy up’ so each dollar sparks joy

peak before By Sean Pyles

you’re ready Marie Kondo has

inspired countless peo-
ple to wipe out clutter.
Her KonMari organizing
Most retirement calculators are optimistic method, popularized
to a fault. They assume our incomes will rise by her book and Netflix
throughout our working lives, or at least stay series, lays out how to
roughly the same. get more joy from your
In reality, our incomes are likely to peak life and possessions.
years — and sometimes decades — before we This approach can
retire. Consider this: extend to your money,
• People’s biggest wage increases tend to too. Applying her mind-
happen in their 20s and 30s, with more mod- set can reduce the finan-
est increases in midlife followed cial clutter in your life
by declines, according to a 2016 and help you make a bet-
analysis of Social Security earn- ter plan for each dollar.
ings records underwritten by the Here’s how to “Marie
Federal Reserve Bank of New Kondo” your finances.
• Most people’s incomes peak Commit — and imagine Seth Wenig | AP
by age 45, the researchers found, a better future Japanese organizational expert Marie Kondo appears at a media event in July 2018 to introduce
her new line of storage boxes in New York. Kondo has inspired countless people to wipe out clutter.
Liz Weston although the top 20% of earners Before you dive in,
Her KonMari organizing method, popularized by her book and Netflix series, lays out how to get
NerdWallet peaked in their 50s. commit yourself to the more joy from your life and possessions. This approach can extend to your money, too.
• More than half of those who task, and visualize what
enter their 50s with a stable job you’ll gain. tidying focuses on sort- see where you can trim. you’ll need good credit
are laid off or otherwise forced out the door, Do you want to spend ing through categories, Trading in your car for to qualify. And you’ll
and the vast majority don’t recover financially, less on eating out? Are like clothing, books and a less expensive one, for have less paperwork and
according to analysis by ProPublica and the you saving up for a car paperwork, and miscel- example, could mean an fewer monthly payments
Urban Institute. or a house? Have a clear laneous items. extra $100 in your bank to manage.
These may be grim statistics, but if you’re picture of your goal — a Pull a few months of account every month. WANTS: Chances are
tempted to put off saving for retirement, take zero balance on your bank and credit card That gives you the abil- this category brings you
heed. credit card, or that new statements and take the ity to tuck a little more the most joy — but it’s
“When you’re 40 and things are going car or home — to stay same approach to your into savings. also likely where you can
well, you think, ‘OK, I can see when things focused throughout the three main spending Debt payments may trim the most. Expenses
are going to get better and that’s when I can process. categories: needs, wants be an unavoidable part like meals out, new
save for retirement ,’ ” says Gary Burtless, an “If you can create a and savings. of your budget, but you clothes or vacations fit
economist with the Brookings Institution who mental image of what NEEDS: The non- can find ways to make here.
studies earnings patterns. “And those days just your life with your negotiables, like housing them fit more neatly. If Examine your spend-
don’t come.” money will look like on and debt payments, fall you’re sorting through ing on wants and ask if
the other side, it’s a lot into this category. These a mess of credit card each one brings com-
The biggest gains come early easier to create a path monthly expenses may bills, for example, see mensurate enjoyment.
What’s true on average for a group of people to get there,” says Kim- not bring you joy, but about reworking the If not, trim or cut that
may not be true for an individual, of course. berly Zimmerman Rand, they keep a roof over terms. By consolidating expense. Keeping that
Understanding these general patterns, though, a Boston financial coach. your head and your debt onto a credit card money in your accounts
could help people make better decisions about credit score afloat. with an introductory 0% could make you happier
spending, saving and when to retire. Understand your If this category con- interest rate or via a per- by reducing financial
Generally, the more education people have, categories sumes an outsized por- sonal loan, you can pay
the more money they make over their lifetime Kondo’s method of tion of your income, less in interest, though See JOY | 2D
and the later their earnings peak, Burtless says.
“For somebody with a position like profes-
sor at a university, it might be when they’re in
the second half of their 50s, as opposed to the
second half of their 30s, which it might be for
your brother-in-law who failed to complete high
school,” Burtless says.
But the 50s tends to be a dangerous decade
for workers, according to ProPublica , an inde-
pendent nonprofit newsroom, and the Urban
Institute, a nonprofit think tank that researches
social and economic issues.
The researchers found 56% of full-time,
full-year workers ages 51 to 54 suffered an
involuntary job loss after age 50 that had a sub-
stantial economic impact, either by reducing
their earnings at least 50% or resulting in six
months or more of unemployment. The median
household income of these workers dropped
42%, and only one in 10 ever earned as much
after they left their jobs as before. An addition-
al 9% left their jobs involuntarily for personal
reasons such as health. The analysis was based
on data from the University of Michigan Health
and Retirement Study, which tracks 20,000
people in the U.S.
Craig J. Orosz | The Lima News
Ronda Lehman was named the new president of Mercy Health-St. Rita’s Medical Center on Monday.

Lehman talks St. Rita’s future
ATM fees By Mackenzi Klemann
ty to leverage the larger
system benefits but
gram is going to enable
us to recruit and attract
Lehman, a Lima
native and graduate of
Top five highest out-of-network
also remembering that additional physicians Allen East, has worked
fees, average by city
LIMA — Change is care is delivered, and and services for decades for Mercy Health for 24
under way at Mercy always will be delivered, to come,” Lehman said. years. She started her
Health-St. Rita’s Medi- locally, personally to our Lehman said she career as a pharmacist
Detroit $5.28 cal Center. patients,” Lehman told doesn’t believe the hos- but has held leadership
The hospital’s parent The Lima News. pital today is facing a roles for the majority of
Atlanta 5.19 company, Mercy Health, Lehman, who oversaw crisis when it comes to her time with the health
Houston 5.18 merged with fellow Mercy Health Physi- recruiting staff, but she network, most recently
Catholic healthcare cians in Lima for five believes the residency serving as chief operat-
Denver 5.06 provider Bon Secours in years prior to her new programs will help miti- ing officer of Mercy
September 2018. And role, said she plans to gate those concerns in Health Physicians in
Tampa 4.97 the hospital has a new identify procedures and the future. Lima.
president, Ronda Lehm- services the hospital “As we look forward, “I think that every
U.S. average 4.68 an, who took over as needs. She declined having a shortage actu- position along the way
interim president in late to share details about ally in some key physi- has the opportunity to
January and was named potential projects on the cian areas is as big a impact patients directly.
president on Monday. horizon. concern as some of our … Each role along the
“There’s been a lot of She pointed to the nursing shortages as way, it’s really just been
organizational changes hospital’s new residency well,” she said. “That’s looking at the patient
along the way, but I’m programs as one of the one of the reasons why from a different perspec-
very excited about biggest changes coming the Graduate Medical tive or different journey
where St. Rita’s is head- to St. Rita’s within the Education program is in their life,” she said.
Source: BankRate ing because I think next several years. going to be so benefi-
Graphic: Tribune News Service Reach Mackenzi Klemann at 567-
there is great opportuni- “Offering that pro- cial.”
2D Sunday, May 5, 2019 BUSINESS The Lima News

WEEK AHEAD 50 Largest Stocks by Market Cap* 50 Largest Mutual Funds

Mkt YTD Total Net Last 1-week 12-mo 3-yr 5-yr
E Name Cap (00s) Divid Yield High Low Last Chg % Chg Name Assets (Mil) Price % Rtn % Rtn % Rtn % Rtn

Managing O Apple Inc 9,984,605 3.08f 1.5 215.31 199.11 211.75 +7.45 +34.2 Vanguard 500IdxAdmrl 272,295 272.17 +.2 +14.2 +14.9 +11.6
O Microsoft 9,889,482 1.84 1.4 130.70 125.52 128.90 -.99 +26.9 Vanguard TtlSMIdxAdmrl 222,973 73.33 +.3 +13.5 +14.9 +11.2
O Amazon 9,656,343 ... ... 1964.40 1881.87 1962.46 +11.83 +30.7 Fidelity 500IdxInsPrm 193,592 102.42 +.2 +14.3 +14.9 +11.7
N HSBC prA 9,457,344 1.55 6.0 26.09 25.85 26.02 +.14 +1.0 Vanguard TtInSIdxInv 142,281 17.16 +.6 -2.8 +8.7 +3.0
N Alibaba 5,060,202 ... ... 195.72 183.82 195.21 +8.12 +42.4 Vanguard TtlSMIdxInv 139,022 73.30 +.3 +13.4 +14.8 +11.1
O Facebook 4,698,039 ... ... 197.39 189.75 195.47 +3.98 +49.1 Vanguard TtlSMIdxIns 137,755 73.34 +.3 +13.5 +14.9 +11.2
O Alphabet C 4,140,495 ... ... u1289.27 1155.00 1185.40 -86.78 +14.5 Vanguard InsIdxIns 117,677 266.76 +.2 +14.2 +14.9 +11.6
N JohnJn 3,781,402 3.80f 2.7 142.35 138.96 142.01 +1.62 +10.0 Vanguard InsIdxInsPlus 115,012 266.78 +.2 +14.3 +14.9 +11.7

our trading
N JPMorgCh 3,771,420 3.20 2.8 117.16 114.45 116.12 +1.65 +19.0 Vanguard TtInSIdxInsPlus 108,360 114.81 +.6 -2.7 +8.8 +3.1
O Alphabet A 3,561,036 ... ... u1296.98 1158.33 1189.55 -87.87 +13.8 Fidelity Contrafund 96,225 13.14 +.2 +12.9 +17.8 +13.7
N ExxonMbl 3,279,386 3.48f 4.5 80.53 77.24 77.47 -3.02 +13.6 Vanguard TtBMIdxAdmrl 94,704 10.65 -.1 +5.4 +1.8 +2.4
N BerkH B 2,998,531 ... ... 219 215 219 +4 +7.1 American Funds GrfAmrcA m 90,833 50.51 -.2 +10.3 +16.8 +12.5
N BkofAm 2,960,120 .60 2.0 31.17 30.15 30.71 +.36 +24.6 Vanguard WlngtnAdmrl 88,542 70.79 +.3 +10.2 +9.9 +7.8
N WalMart 2,929,373 2.12f 2.1 102.92 100.24 102.08 +.55 +9.6 Vanguard TtInSIdxAdmrl 73,781 28.70 +.6 -2.8 +8.8 +3.1
N Visa s 2,835,986 1.00 .6 u165.74 160.43 162.04 -.89 +22.8 American Funds IncAmrcA m 73,688 22.48 +.3 +6.8 +8.0 +6.0
N RoyDShllB 2,661,145 3.76 5.7 66.16 63.80 65.49 +1.24 +9.3 American Funds AmrcnBalA m 70,015 27.23 -.2 +8.3 +9.2 +7.8

N ProctGam 2,653,676 2.87 2.7 106.62 104.66 106.08 +.22 +15.4 Dodge & Cox Stk 69,858 192.40 +.5 +10.1 +15.5 +9.8
N RoyDShllA 2,612,384 3.76 5.8 64.86 62.59 64.29 +1.23 +10.3 American Funds CptlIncBldrA m 65,413 61.13 +.1 +5.0 +6.0 +4.3
N MasterCrd 2,514,803 1.32 .5 u257.43 244.28 247.95 +1.27 +31.4 PIMCO IncInstl 63,555 12.05 +.1 +5.5 +6.2 +5.4
O Cisco 2,418,474 1.40f 2.5 56.35 54.18 54.94 -.94 +26.8 Vanguard InTrTEAdmrl 62,738 14.21 +.2 +5.7 +2.3 +3.1
N BerkHa A 2,376,300 ... ... 328555 322000 327766 +6766 +7.1 American Funds InvCAmrcA m 62,191 38.66 -.5 +8.4 +12.0 +9.4
N VerizonCm 2,365,183 2.41 4.2 58.23 56.52 57.24 +.66 +1.8 Vanguard PrmCpAdmrl 59,577 139.15 +.3 +11.8 +18.5 +13.8
O Intel 2,328,060 1.26 2.4 52.43 50.12 51.75 -.68 +10.3 American Funds WAMtInvsA m 59,462 46.49 +11.9 +13.6 +10.2
N Pfizer 2,297,892 1.44 3.5 41.50 39.59 41.39 +1.42 -5.2 Dodge & Cox Inc 56,626 13.70 -.1 +5.3 +3.3 +3.0
N AT&T Inc 2,236,369 2.04 6.6 31.31 30.57 30.70 +.02 +7.6 American Funds FdmtlInvsA m 54,032 60.47 -.2 +9.3 +14.0 +11.0
N Chevron 2,228,203 4.76 4.1 121.92 116.28 117.27 +.17 +7.8 American Funds CptWldGrIncA m 52,743 49.19 +.4 +2.4 +10.9 +6.3
By Tom Hudson erty in China. N
227.18 231.95
198.66 200.56
Dodge & Cox IntlStk 51,091 42.26 +1.0 -4.5 +9.2 +1.4
PIMCO TtlRetIns 49,873 10.11 +5.1 +2.7 +2.7
Miami Herald This is how inves- N WellsFargo 2,213,293 1.80 3.7 48.85 47.85 48.65 +.69 +5.6 Vanguard TtInBIdxAdmrl 48,655 22.28 +5.2 +3.2 +4.0
N Boeing 2,125,048 8.22 2.2 385.30 373.25 376.46 -4.33 +16.7
tors should assess N CocaCola 2,082,945 1.60 3.3 49.18 48.11 48.72 +.46 +2.9
Fidelity TtlMktIdxInsPrm
DoubleLine TtlRetBdI
+.3 +13.4
Remember when the any trade agreement. N
76.00 80.00 +3.37
132.38 134.33 -5.59
American Funds NwPrspctvA m 43,328 44.65 +.5 +9.0 +14.4 +9.8
Vanguard TtBMIdxIns 42,993 10.65 -.1 +5.4 +1.8 +2.5
trade war with China Beyond any deal to N UnionPac 1,992,827 3.52f 2.0 u180.02 173.81 179.20 +1.98 +29.6 Vanguard TrgtRtr2025Inv 42,758 18.92 +.3 +6.4 +8.8 +6.4
O Comcast s 1,955,200 .84f 1.9 43.80 42.36 43.29 +.21 +27.1
was going to tank the reduce or eliminate N ChinaMble 1,940,256 3.50e 7.4 47.98 47.18 47.38 -.26 -1.3
Vanguard MdCpIdxAdmrl
T. Rowe Price BCGr
+.3 +10.9
economy and the stock the billions of dollars N
82.61 +1.32
54.79 -.62
Vanguard WlslyIncAdmrl 41,985 63.29 +.2 +8.8 +6.2 +5.7
Vanguard STInvmGrdAdmrl 41,264 10.58 -.1 +4.1 +2.0 +2.0
market? Yea, didn’t of tariffs each country N HSBC 1,809,115 1.50e 3.4 44.93 43.14 44.70 +1.63 +8.7 Franklin Templeton IncA1 m 41,215 2.33 +7.7 +8.2 +3.7
O PepsiCo 1,792,846 3.82f 3.0 u128.39 126.02 127.67 +1.27 +15.6
happen. has levied on thou- N Toyota 1,780,275 ... ... 124.21 122.34 123.65 +.03 +6.5
Metropolitan West TtlRetBdI
Fidelity USBdIdxInsPrm
N FEMSA 1,774,084 .74e .7 99.49 94.77 99.16 +4.38 +15.2
Instead, the U.S. eco- sands of products, N ABInBev 1,723,676 3.19e 3.6 89.37 87.18 88.10 +.52 +33.9
Vanguard InsTtlSMIInPls 38,832 63.70 +.3 +13.6 +14.9 +11.3
Schwab SP500Idx 38,489 45.30 +.2 +14.2 +14.8 +11.6
nomic data is robust how does any agree- O
Netflix s
368.35 385.03 +10.18
69.48 70.67 +1.61
Vanguard SmCpIdxAdmrl 37,848 76.53 +.8 +10.0 +14.1 +9.3
Vanguard TrgtRtr2030Inv 37,523 34.60 +.3 +6.5 +9.5 +6.8
and the S&P 500 stock ment address “viola- N Unilever 1,590,616 1.48e 2.4 u61.08 59.45 60.52 +1.56 +15.8 T. Rowe Price GrStk 37,073 68.96 -.3 +13.5 +19.7 +15.0
N UnilevNV 1,570,893 1.43e 2.4 u60.59 59.22 60.09 +1.29 +11.7
index is near a record tions of intellectual N SAP SE 1,520,710 1.31e 1.0 129.95 125.65 127.40 -.08 +28.0
Vanguard HCAdmrl 35,887 80.37 +.9 +9.9 +7.3 +9.3
Vanguard DivGrInv 35,854 28.63 +.4 +19.5 +13.2 +11.1
high as a trade deal property rights and N
193.32 197.52
42.56 43.08
Vanguard TrgtRtr2035Inv 35,803 21.32 +.3 +6.6 +10.3 +7.2
Vanguard WndsrIIAdmrl 34,841 64.37 +.3 +10.3 +11.4 +8.1
between the two coun- other unfair technolo- * Market Cap is a way of measuring a company's value. It is the current share price
tries is rumored to be gy transfers” that were times the number of outstanding (total) shares. Data provided by Morningstar and The Associated Press

announced as soon as the basis for starting Money Rates

the week ahead. CNBC the trade war in the Friday 1-week 1-year Treasury Bill Treasury Note
3 months 2.42 2.41 1.83
sources say a deal is first place. Close Ago Ago
6 months 2.45 2.44 2.02
1 year
2 years
Prime Rate 5.50 5.25 4.25
“possible” by Friday. Tensions have eased Discount Rate 3.00 2.75 2.00 Treasury Bill, Annualized 5 years 2.33 2.29 2.78
Federal Fund Target 2.25-2.50 2.00-2.25 1.25-1.50 10 years 2.53 2.50 2.95
The No. 2 person in somewhat even as 1 year 2.42 2.44 2.25

the Chinese govern- the tariffs have taken

ment, Vice Premier hold. Still, the taxes
Liu He, is expected in have hurt business. APPLAUSE FOR BUSINESS ACHIEVEMENTS
Washington during the The Institute or Inter- AWARDS
week. His trip signals national Finance, in competition. Chris Lobsiger of Van Wert came in
talks are maturing
toward some kind of
an analysis for Bloom-
berg, estimates Chi-
Allen/Oakwood Correctional second place in the truck competition.
The Van Wert garage won the district team
outcome after months
of on-again, off-again
nese tariffs on Amer-
ican-made goods cost
honors Rower, Guice award, granted to the team with the top two com-
bined scores in the truck and loader competitions.
discussions and after $40 billion annually LIMA — Craig Rower was named
both countries have in lost U.S. exports to Allen/Oakwood Correctional Institu- Miller’s Textile
traded escalating tar- China. tion’s officer of the year for 2019.
Remember, though,
Rolling back tar-
iffs may provide an
Rower’s career started with the Ohio
Department of Rehabilitation in
employee recognized
the tough trade stance emotional relief for 1989. He worked for the Lima Cor- WAPAKONETA — Briana Widmark, a hospital
taken by the Trump worries over their pro- rectional Institution before joining route service representative with Miller’s Textile
Administration against longed affect on global Rower AOCI in 2004. Rower is also being Services, was recognized by the Textile Rental Ser-
China isn’t about tar- trade and trade rela- considered for the Ohio Department vice Association for her customer service and man-
iffs. Sure, tariffs are tions, but addressing of Rehabilitation and Correction’s offi- agement of a new hospital bulk scrub program.
the tool the administra- how the two conduct cer of the year.
tion has used to bring trade policies is the Brenda Guice, an administrative OTHER NEWS
China to the table, but real test of these talks. professional, was named AOCI’s
what the White House
Financial journalist Tom Hudson
employee of the year. Guice has Elida grad working
is after are protections worked for correctional departments
for American know-
how. The first formal
hosts “The Sunshine Economy”
on WLRN-FM in Miami, where
he is the vice president of news.
Guice since 1996, starting with the Ohio
Department of Rehabilitation, Lima
on ‘Beetlejuice’
action was a 2017 He is the former co-anchor and Correctional, Toledo Correctional, North Central NEW YORK — Elida High School
managing editor of “Nightly
presidential memo that Business Report” on public
Correctional and now AOCI. graduate Nick Bader landed a job as
laid out the defense of television. Follow him on Twitter assistant production manager for the
U.S. intellectual prop- @HudsonsView. Stolly Insurance named Broadway production “Beetlejuice.”
The show has been nominated for
‘presidential agency partner’ eight Tony awards.
Bader, a 2013 Elida High gradu-
when life gets messy, LIMA — Stolly Insurance Agency has earned Bader ate and former member of Encore
Joy such as when a sud-
den car repair pops
a presidential agency partner distinction, which
recognizes agencies with sound business practices,
Theater in Lima, has worked on pro-
ductions such as “The Royal Family
From page 1D up. Tucking away even service and professional advice, from the Western Broadway” and “The Beast in the Jungle” and has
$50 a month can make Reserve Group Insurance Company. worked at The Summer Repertory Theatre Festival
stress or helping you a difference. Stolly has represented Western Reserve Group and Skylight Music Theater.
see progress on retire- since April 2003. He graduated from Columbia College in Chicago
ment savings. Set yourself up for in 2018.
Subscription ser- success Local employees do
vices are an easy tar- Once you’ve tidied PromoHits seeks charities
get, says Brian Walsh, up your spending cat- well at ODOT’s ‘roadeo’
a certified financial
planner and manager
egories, it’s time to set
yourself up to achieve
for next round of support
of financial planning at financial goals. Stream- BLUFFTON — PromoHits is seeking nomina-
SoFi, an online lender. line your money man- tions for local charities that will receive 5% of the
“When people start agement and reduce company’s total product sales from July to Decem-
tracking their spend- paperwork you may ber.
ing, they may see have lying around. The promotional products company has already
unused services come Automating pay- committed to donating 5% of its product sales
up,” Walsh says. “Gym ments for things like through June to the Bluffton Community Assistance
memberships, game utility bills, student Program, Findlay Hope House, Lima and Ottawa
memberships, Netflix loan payments and Crime Victim Services and St. Paul’s Community
and Hulu at the same credit card payments Center in Toledo.
time. These can be is an easy option. It Nominations will be accepted through May 17
easy cuts to make.” also protects you from and may be submitted online at www.promohitsltd.
SAVINGS: This cate- accidentally missing a Submitted photo com.
gory can be a little too payment and tanking ODOT District 1 roadeo winners and runners-up were, from
left to right, Leon Goyings, Dylan Neff, Chris Miles and Chris
easy to keep minimal. your credit score.
Lobsiger. HOW TO received special training.
In fact, 4 in 10 Ameri- Shred old financial Any business or business
cans said they couldn’t paperwork, such as LIMA — Employees at the Ohio Department of SUBMIT organization is welcome
come up with $400 in bank statements or Transportation District 1 garages in Defiance and to submit an item for
an emergency or would paid utility bills. Sign- Allen counties won the district’s truck and loader APPLAUSE Applause. To submit an
have to borrow or sell ing up for digital ver- roadeo, held in Lima on May 1, while Van Wert’s ITEMS item, send to:
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savings helps keep want to hang on to tax in Lima, won the loader competition.
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your finances tidy documents. Chris Miles, of Defiance County, won the truck

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you no longer have their expenses, rather retirement funds. Since for instance, thinking your lifestyle, the more
From page 1D children in the house to than assume rising those raises are likely to that future salary boosts money you’ll need to
bulk up your savings, incomes will help them be largest in the early will make the payments retire.)
Save early and avoid more manageable, or “Recognize that it’s
you are using up your make up the deficit, years, saving half can
lifestyle creep to celebrate a raise by a lot harder to remove
savings even before you says certified financial jump-start retirement
Job disruptions and reach retirement age,” planner Michael Kitces, funds while limiting buying a fancier car. something from our
declining earnings help he says. who blogs at Nerd’s Eye “lifestyle inflation,” or If your income doesn’t lives than it is to just
explain why so many People entering their View. the tendency to spend rise — or starts to drop not add it to our lives in
people in their 60s have 50s without having Kitces advises people more as income increas- — it can be painful to the first place,” Kitces
so little saved, Burtless saved enough for retire- in their 20s and 30s es. downsize or go back to says.
The Lima News BUSINESS Sunday, May 5, 2019 3D

Billionaires told to reform capitalism

By Laurence Darmiento But while the 5,000 we make sure that capi- panel discussions that for everyone.” what they really mean is
Los Angeles Times attendees could go to talism is working the didn’t forget members Kerry Healey, presi- simply a bigger role for
sessions on the state of way it has in the past,” of the 1 percent were in dent of Babson College government.
BEVERLY HILLS, capital markets, listen to said Alan Schwartz, a the audience. — a suburban Boston “There’s evidence
Calif. — The atmo- the chairwoman of the managing partner at Consider Wednesday’s school ranked highly they really don’t know
sphere of incongru- International Monetary global investment firm lunch session on the for its entrepreneurship what socialism is,” he
ity that pervaded last Fund and strike up con- Guggenheim Partners, weighty topic, “The education — talked up said, pointing out how
week’s annual Milken versations with some of who warned of “class Future of the Free- the “conscious capital- his students seem to
Institute Global Confer- the world’s most savvy warfare.” Enterprise System.” ism” movement, which admire Eurporean social
ence was practically investors, it all had to He noted that salaries The panel was hosted posits that businesses democracies, which are
palpable. go down with a rather and wages as a percent- by Institute founder need a higher purpose nonetheless capitalist.
The gathering of bil- large dose of bitter age of the economic and L.A. billionaire beyond just making Preceding all that,
lionaires, hedge fund medicine. pie is a postwar low of philanthropist Michael money money. though, was a plug for
managers and other If the barricades have 40 percent, prompting Milken, and featured “We are trying to the Washington, D.C.,
financial industry not been erected in the a “throw out the rich” discussion of the threat change people’s feelings outpost of “Ned’s Club,”
professionals who con- streets, they were told mentality that would of climate change about capitalism,” she an elite offshoot of the
verged on the Beverly several times over, they require some form of as well as the rising said. SoHo House chain open-
Hilton hotel largely had could soon be unless income redistribution to popularity of socialism Niall Ferguson, a ing next year. It will be
a particular end in there is reform of the head off. among young people. senior fellow at the in the same the build-
mind: how to increase American economic The dire warnings Milken told the audi- conservative Hoover ing complex where the
their alpha, which, not system. were reflected in the ence that there is con- Institution at Stanford Milken Institute is con-
to get too complicated, “It’s not whether we conference’s theme, cern over the free enter- University, said that structing its Center for
means improving their should be capitalist or Driving Shared Pros- prise system: “Obvi- when young people say the American Dream, a
investment returns. socialist. It’s how do perity, and in a host of ously it is not working they favor socialism paean to capitalism.


this way
Warm weather a roadway does
invites us to not have marked
spend more time crosswalks, pedes-
outside. Often, trians are always
people will walk required to yield
or run through to the vehicular
their neighbor- traffic on the
hoods, especially Lee R. roadway upon
beginning this Schroeder which the pedes-
time of year. Contributing trian is traveling.
Ohio has several columnist If a roadway
laws that govern has sidewalks
pedestrian traffic adjacent to it,
Ben Margot | AP and how that traffic is pedestrians are to use
People walk on the Stanford University campus in Santa Clara, Calif., on March 14. Financial aid award letters are known to be to interact with motor those sidewalks if the
tricky to understand due to jargon and a lack of clarity about how much you have to pay out of pocket. If you can’t interpret
your financial aid award, you won’t be able to compare letters from different schools.
vehicle traffic. Ohio’s sidewalks are practically
laws do not prohibit usable. For instance,
additional local laws or sidewalk use is not
ordinances regarding required if the sidewalk
How to decipher your college aid pedestrian traffic, and is composed of signifi-
many Ohio communities cantly uneven concrete
have additional require- sections or is covered by
By Anna Helhoski supplies and trans- to navigate this pro- Mary Sommers, the ments for people who bushes or tree limbs.
NerdWallet portation, with direct cess if even the aid that school’s financial aid travel other than by If there is no sidewalk,
costs such as tuition, everyone qualifies for director. “That’s OK, motor vehicle. pedestrians are to walk
With college accep- fees, housing and food. is called something that’s our job,” she Notably, Ohio’s laws on the left side of the
tances in hand, now The cost of atten- different?” says Rachel adds. on pedestrians gener- road (facing vehicular
comes the hard part: dance is usually an Fishman, deputy ally treat people in traffic) and off the paved
understanding your average, says Brenda director for research How to compare wheelchairs the same as road surface (i.e on the
financial aid offers. Hicks, director of with the education financial aid award people who are traveling shoulder) of the road-
These letters are financial aid at South- policy program at New offers afoot. Electric or motor- way, if possible. And,
notorious for being western College in America. To compare finan- ized wheelchairs are pedestrians are to walk
laden with jargon that Winfield, Kansas. There are two main cial aid award offers, treated the same if the as far from the paved
differs from offer to Things like room and obstacles for colleges experts recommend wheelchair is incapable road surface as possible.
offer, making com- board could be pricier in standardizing offers, these steps: of going over 8 mph. Pedestrians walking
parison difficult. But if you opt for a more according to Fish- • Create a spread- Pedestrians must obey on roadways without
you can learn how to expensive package, like man: There’s no legal sheet with separate all pedestrian traffic- shoulders (or in north-
interpret award letters a single room. standard for language columns for each control signals. Pedes- west Ohio, when the
to understand the costs in award letters, and school. trian traffic-control sig- roadway shoulder is
and choose an afford- Why ofers are diicult schools use different • Under each col- nals include the electric literally a part of an adja-
able option. for students to read software to manage umn, start with the instructions at some cent drainage ditch) are
Schools use different aid. total cost of attending intersections that illumi- to walk as far to the side
What to expect names to refer to the In a push for more each school. nate the words “walk” of the road as possible,
from aid ofers same type of loan. consistency, the U.S. • List each award or “don’t walk.” Impor- facing vehicular traffic.
Financial aid offers For instance, one col- Department of Educa- type and amount. tantly, a flashing “don’t In these situations, like
should include all of lege’s aid offer might tion recently issued • Add all free aid walk” signal means that situations where pedes-
the federal, state and list a “Federal Unsub guidance on what together first and sub- it is improper to enter trians cross the road
school aid you can Stafford Loan,” and schools should avoid, tract from the total the intersection, but if other than at crosswalks,
access. That could another school’s might such as presenting cost to attend. a pedestrian is already pedestrians are to yield
mean free aid, such as say “DL Unsubsidized the cost of attendance Since you want to in an intersection, the to all vehicular traffic.
grants, scholarships Loan.” But they’re the without a breakdown. take all free aid first, pedestrian is permit- Even though pedestri-
and work-study oppor- same thing. There’s also bipartisan what you have left is ted to continue across ans on roadways (either
tunities, that doesn’t Unsubsidized federal support in Congress to the amount you would the roadway. Interest- along the roadways or
need to be repaid, and student loans are the make aid offers more need to cover with sav- ingly, within crosswalks, crossing the roadways)
unsubsidized and sub- only type of federal uniform, including two ings, income or loans. pedestrians are required outside of crosswalks
sidized federal loans, loan every student can current bills. Compare this bottom- to at least try to walk must yield to motor
which do. If these aid access, regardless of Some colleges have line amount with other within the right side of vehicles using the road-
types are grouped financial need. They’re tried to address the schools on the list. those crosswalks. ways, motor vehicle
together without expla- different from sub- problem, but others You can also use Pedestrians and cars operators do not have
nation, they can be sidized loans, which continue to use the tools like the Consum- sometimes get confused carte blanche rights
hard to distinguish. don’t accrue interest same format they’ve er Financial Protection over how to handle when encountering
Your offer also might while the student is used for years, says Bureau’s Compare pedestrians at intersec- pedestrians. Regardless
include a parent PLUS in school. Subsidized Brendan Williams, Schools tool or the tions who are crossing of the context, motor
loan as part of the loans ease costs for director of knowledge National Association of in front of stopped vehicle drivers have a
award, but avoid using students, which is why at uAspire. Student Financial Aid vehicular traffic but duty of reasonable care
it if possible. These they’re given to those The financial aid Administrators’ Award who find vehicles from when encountering
loans have higher who demonstrate need. office at the University Notification Compari- the intersecting road pedestrians within or
interest rates than But among 455 of Nebraska Kearney son Worksheet. attempting to turn onto outside of crosswalks.
loans made directly to college aid award let- overhauled its award “Bottom line: I the road upon which the
students. And unlike ters, there were 136 letter last year, includ- would encourage crosswalk is located. In Lee R. Schroeder is an Ohio
licensed attorney at Schroeder
typical student loans, different names used ing color coding each people to take a long these instances, vehicle Law LLC in Putnam County. He
only parents can take to describe the fed- aid type and providing look at that letter, drivers are to yield to limits his practice to business,
them on, and they eral unsubsidized loan, an estimated net cost. read it all, make sure pedestrians who are real estate, estate planning and
require credit history according to a 2018 Net cost is the cost of they understand it and properly using the cross- agriculture issues in northwest
Ohio. He can be reached at Lee@
to qualify. study by New America, attendance minus free reach out when they walk. or at 419-659-
Schools also must a nonpartisan think aid. It represents the don’t,” says Hicks. If painted pedestrian 2058. This article is not intended
provide the cost of tank , and uAspire, a amount that borrowers If it’s unclear how crosswalks are marked to serve as legal advice, and
speciic advice should be sought
attendance, but that’s Boston-based college will have to cover. to accept one type of on a roadway, pedes- from the licensed attorney of your
not the amount you affordability nonprofit . Despite the changes, aid or reject another, trians must only cross choice based upon the speciic
owe. It bundles indi- “How can we expect families still often want contact the school’s roadways upon those facts and circumstances that
rect costs like books, families and students a walk-through, says financial aid office. crosswalks. However, if you face.
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What kind of maintenance does my hardscape require?

By Paul F. P. Pogue toll on your hardscape, off your hardscape. A these stains by scrub- will quickly get bigger. can purchase the sealant
Angie’s List and this stonework will broom can sweep away bing with a basic water/ In most cases, you can at a hardware store. Be
deteriorate without most of it on an every- detergent solution. replace individual dam- sure to apply it only to
It’s easy to think of proper care. day basis. Regularly Pressure washing may aged stones without hav- clean, dry pavers. Pav-
stone hardscaping as The good news is spray down stone with a be required if you have ing to deal with the rest ers that are exposed to
needing little or no hardscaping mainte- garden hose. mold or standing moss. of the space. heavy rain, sun or foot
maintenance. Patio nance isn’t difficult. Winter and spring For oil stains, obtain You can also apply traffic will need to have
stones, pavers, retaining Follow these steps to debris, such as fallen an oil remover from an paver sealer once every new sealer applied more
walls and sidewalks are ensure many years of leaves, mud and dead automotive or hardware year or two. A good seal- often. In most cases,
made of stout material enjoyment from your grass, can leave stains store. ant prevents dirt and when you reseal a paver,
that seems indestruc- outdoor stone. on your stones — par- When you’re doing stains from penetrating the new layer can be
tible compared to wood, ticularly when left for all this cleaning, look and provides a pleasing directly applied on top
dirt and plants. But, the Regularly clean stone several weeks. In most for damaged stones or shine. Sealed pavers are of the original applica-
elements still take their Keep loose debris cases, you can remove pavers. Chips and cracks also easier to clean. You tion.

Design Recipes: Try these shades of gray for your home

By Cathy Hobbs for a neutral color that feel soft and soothing. pieces in a room such one shade dominate, er shades.
Tribune News Service blends well with other 2. Consider blending as sofas, area rugs and using the other as an 4. Overlook oppor-
colors without feeling multiple shades of gray tables. accent. tunities to use gray in
For a couple of years, overly harsh. in the same space. 2. Forget the oppor- accents such as pillows,
gray was the “it” color 3. Use gray to high- Don’t: tunity to use shades of throws and artwork.
gray on the runway, Do: light architectural fea- 1. Blend too many gray as accent walls. 5. Use gray on sur-
and the trend certainly 1. Pair gray with pas- tures such as moldings, shades of warm and cool 3. Overuse dark faces such as ceilings,
extended to home decor. tel colors such as blue, fireplaces and trims. grays in the same space. shades of gray in small as you will instantly
Gray remains a go-to pink, yellow and green. 4. Use gray for some A more successful com- spaces, as it may close reduce the light in a
color for those looking The combination can of the primary furniture bination may be to have in a space. Opt for light- space.


The trend of the real estate Stephens, 8120 Faulkner Road, Butlers’ Investment Properties
market in Allen County is shown HOME LOAN RATES Harrod, $53,000. Co., 120 S. High St., Lafayette,
by the following report, for the $4,200.
week running April 25 through Rates for 30-year and 15-year, ixed-rate mortgages with zero BATH TOWNSHIP
May 1. Figures relect the selling points as of noon, Friday, Jan. 11, 2019: Shawn D. Frese and Heather S. MARION TOWNSHIP
price of the property, along with 30 YR 15 YR RATE % Frese to Teresa M. St. Clair and Kim M. Binkley to Logan A.
the address or lot number of First Federal Bank 4.25 3.75% Corey St. Clair, 4625 Autumn Kehres and Samantha K.
same and are courtesy of Allen First National Bank 4.25 3.625% Ridge Drive, Lima, $245,000. Kehres, 6611 N. Deiance Trail,
County Recorder Mona Losh’s State Bank 4.145 3.75% Calvin Tyler Rex, Megan Jean Rex Delphos, $350,000.
Oice. Superior Credit Union 4.125 3.5% and Bridget Trumbull to Eddie Anthony L. Drerup and Mary K.
TopMark Federal Credit Union 4.25 3.875% L. Fisher and Linda A. Fisher, Drerup to Norman L. Koenig
CITY OF LIMA Union Bank 4.0 3.625% 3666 E. Bluelick Road, Lima, and Sydney A. Koenig, 6451
Steven C. Ackerman and Lindsey Area lenders: To join this list, email your rates each Friday to info@ $87,400. Kiggins Road, Delphos,
A. Ackerman to Johnny C. Andrew A. Richards to Michelle $243,000.
Miller and Alexa R. Miller, 2222 Elrod, 1572 Adams St., Lima, Mary Jane Watkins to Dane W.
W. Spring St., Lima, $173,000. $59,500. Stose and Melinda M. Stose,
Michael L. Binkley to Kim A. Last year Last week This week Bobby Thompson, James A. 8550 W. Lincoln Highway, Fort
Smith, 848 N. Elizabeth St., Deeds 123 83 118 Houston and Sheris A. Hailey Jennings, $95,000.
Lima, $50,000. Mortgage 86 63 86 to Kurt A. Kaufman, 2423
Matthew L. Bracy and Heather Mortgage cancellations 48 76 74 Harding Highway, Lima, PERRY TOWNSHIP
M. Bracy to Neal R. Burgos and Financing statements 3 0 2 $95,000. Accubuilt Inc. to S&S/Superior
Hazel F. Burgos, 730 W. Murphy Coach Company Inc., 501
St., Lima, $58,000. Larry H. Lambert to Larry H. Main St. Homes-Lima LLC, VILLAGE OF BLUFFTON Hanthorn Road (8.63 acres),
Diann Canavan, administrator for Lambert and Robert Moran, 1930 W. Market St., Lima, Thomas R. Benroth and Linda Lima, $50,000.
Donald Allen Gronas, to Kevin 531 Runyan Ave., Lima, $127,500. L. Benroth to Ronald R. Deborah Bartholomew and John
Canavan, 554 Cortlandt Ave., $30,900. Worcester and Kimberly B. Meister to Dale A. Adams, 2770
Lima, $18,000. Scott R. Lauber, Trois Lauber and AMANDA TOWNSHIP Worcester, 562 S. Main St., Dickson Road, Lima, $27,500.
Douglas M. Corwin, executor for Lynne E. Lauber to Desjuan Jackson W. Burklo to Rachel R. Blufton, $200,000. County Line Investments LLC to
Eugene W. Corwin, to Donald Sanchez, 519 N. Rosedale Ave., Nef, 9190 Allentown Road, Three S. Development Group Zachery Thomas Frye, 4505
G. Daley, 845 Richie Ave., Lima, Lima, $72,500. Lima, $85,500. LLC to Darrell W. Buroker Amherst Road, Lima, $117,000.
$14,000. Joseph A. Murphy and Dana A. Kevin L. Clark to Beau Smith and and Rhonda R. Buroker, 118
Cynthia L. Creps to Michael T. Murphy to David T. Moore, 813 Brittney Smith, 3232 S. Grubb Parkview Drive, Blufton, SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP
Braden and Megan C. Braden, College Ave., Lima, $72,000. Road, Lima, $200,000. $25,000. Blass Holding LLC to Dennis
2900 W. High St., Lima, Ann E. Schneidhorst to Garle Dennis R. Mullett and Joyce E. Three S. Development Group LLC Mullett and Joyce Mullett, 2657
$98,000. Smithson and Robert Mullett to Curtis E. Edwards to Keith A. Stoll and Angela Summer Rambo Court, Lima,
Shane Dershem to Briana Smithson, 1254 Latham Ave., and Ruth A. Edwards, 955 S. D. Stoll, 118 Parkview Drive, $254,500.
Morse, 646 S. Dana Ave., Lima, Lima, $56,200. Conant Road, Spencerville, Blufton, $25,000. Teresa A. Holden and Brian S.
$67,000. Jefrey Selby to Rhonda L. $155,000. Holden to Joseph P. Brautigam
Matthew J. Eckman to Rollin A. Lambert, 136 S. Cole St., Lima, CITY OF DELPHOS and Lisa P. Brautigam, 827
Brenneman, 1174 Brice Ave., $36,100. AMERICAN TOWNSHIP William J. Graves and Jill J. Tiqua Trail, Lima, $290,000.
Lima, $37,800. Melinda J. Spicer to Visit 4 Robert L. Hammell and Barbara Graves to Kenkade LLC, 212 N. Timothy J. Lovett and Patricia
Ava Christine Garver, successor Investments LLC, 624 N. Hammell to April S. Rex, 120 Main St., Lima, $120,000. J. Lovett to D&S Investments
trustee of Reed Family Trust, Collett St., Lima, $22,700. Paradise Place, Lima, $59,900. James A. Klausing and Angela of Lima LLC, 3565 Shawnee
to Joshua H. Reed, 915 and Angela M. Steele and Hoang Anthony R. Moore and Julie Klausing to Shane F. Kerner, Road, Lima, $225,000.
925-927 W. Wayne St., Lima, N. Dang and Tuyen Mong Moore to Kyle E. Brown 828 N. Main St., Delphos, Nalini Kamepalli and Ravi
$40,000. Dang, 2650 W. Elm St., Lima, and Jacklyn N. Brown, $68,000. Kamepalli to Tiini N. Payne,
Glendora A. Glazier to Bethany $100,000. 1760 Arlington Drive, Lima, 4485 Indian Hill Drive, Lima,
Jo Glazier, 1627 W. Wayne St., Douglas Paul Stanton and $122,900. VILLAGE OF ELIDA $330,000.
Lima, $21,000. Jennifer Susanna McNab to Pasion Family Limited Scott A. Cummings and Kylie John H. Lockwood and Sandra
Evelyn D. Grace to Rodger Lee Main Mercer Holdings LLC, 919 Partnership to Blue Steel R. Cummings to Jamon A. K. Lockwood to Danny V.
Smith and Lisa Sue Smith, Michael Ave., Lima, $42,000. Investments LLC, 2116-2120 Flowers and Lucy Lo Flowers, Bambalof, 3850 Maple Drive,
1150 N. West St., Lima, Kenneth A. Terry and Deborah R. Aspen Drive, Lima, $125,000. 4705 Amaryllis St., Elida, Lima, $120,000.
$34,000. Terry to Sarah J. Jordan and Jashon Stinson to Shenouda $196,500. Randall T. Rempe and Brenda J.
William A. Harthun Jr. and Linda Sean P. Jordan, 1236 Lakewood Vector Lamey, 370 S. Stevick Dean W. Kales and Mary A. Kales Rempe to Steven Paul Sasada
L. Harthun to Casandra Marie Ave. and South Jameson Road, Lima, $46,600. to Dominic M. DeRose and and Lauren Rhea Sasada, 2504
Easterly, 467-469 Ewing Ave., Avenue, Lima, $106,500. Kelly R. DeRose, 2114 Larkspur Adgate Road, Lima, $149,900.
Lima, $40,000. Alison Van Gorder to Aaron W. AUGLAIZE TOWNSHIP Drive, Elida, $267,000. Lowell Thomas and Dallie
F. Michael Hartung and Nancy K. Ray and Hannah L. Ray, 1825 Scott Bowsher, executor of Thomas to Pro Frame LLC,
Hartung to Hoang N. Dang and W. Spring St., Lima, $82,000. Elwood D. Logan estate, to JACKSON TOWNSHIP Wonderlick Road (.46 acres),
Tuyek Mong Dang, 1081 Brower Walking on Water LLC to George Derek Bowsher and Presley Jason A. Burke and Jennifer R. Lima, $9,000.
Road, Lima, $62,000. Austin, 544 S. Pine St., Lima, Bowsher, 9245 Glaize Road, Burke to Rollie Rhodes, 11540 Wells Fargo Bank NA to Chuen
Lawrence S. Hufman and $3,000. Harrod, $90,000. Sandusky Road, $12,000. t. Lam, 4304 Southgate
Shirley A. Hufman to Duane Clyde J. Wallen and Private Susan K. Nell, David M. Nell, H. Lee Davis Jr. and Jeanna M. Boulevard, Lima, $62,600.
A. Dulmage and Brenda J. Selling Oicer Rick Kigar to Michael A. Eley, Kathy Eley, Davis to Michael J. Hunter, 250
Dulmage, 509 S. Rosedale Ave., Bankunited NA, 700 E. Robb Ronald K. Eley, Pamela J. Eley, S. Cool Road, Lima, $83,000. SUGAR CREEK TOWNSHIP
Lima, $165,000. Ave., Lima, $26,600. Gary Eley and Christina Eley to C. Dale Jostpille and Elaine K.
Evan M. Humes to Melanie E. Wren Family Properties LLC to Kevin Dye, Bellefontaine Road VILLAGE OF LAFAYETTE Jostpille to Forty Five Fifteen
Lewis, 804 N. Nixon Ave., Lima, John E. Campbell, 1234 N. (35.76 acres), $185,000. Shane VanWaning, successor LLC, West Lincoln Highway,
$87,000. Union St., Lima, $37,000. John D. Stephens and Doris trustee of Glendoris V. Lima, $25,000.
Wright-Patt Credit Union Inc. to M. Stephens and John C. VanWaning Living Trust, to
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LEGALS Sheriff Legals Sheriff Legals Sheriff Legals ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

Sheriff's Sale of Real Es- Sheriff's Sale of Real
Sheriff's Sale of
Sheriff Legals tate Estate
Real Estate Putnam County Health Department is seeking
Revised Code, Sec. Revised Code, Sec.
Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 2329.26 a qualiied candidate for the full time position of
Sheriff's Sale of Real
2329.26 Case #CV20180219 Case #CV20180422 Environmental Health Sanitarian. Applicants must
Revised Code, Sec. Case #CV20180315 State of Ohio, Allen State of Ohio, Allen be a Registered Sanitarian, Sanitarian-in-Training
State of Ohio,Allen County County County
2329.26 (SIT), or be eligible to register as a SIT by the Board
Case #CV20180436
State of Ohio, Allen Ditech Financial LLC SUPERIOR FEDERAL SUPERIOR FEDERAL of Sanitarian Registration. Primary duties include
County by Wilmington Savings CREDIT UNION CREDIT UNION evaluations for Operation and Maintenance program
4230 Elida Rd 4230 Elida Rd
dba Christiana Trust Lima, Ohio 45807 Lima, Ohio 45807 and body art inspections. Other responsibilities
10561 Telegraph Rd.
3000 Bayport Dr., Plaintiff Plaintiff may include inspection and consultation in the
Glen Allen, VA 23059
Ste. 880 -vs- -vs- following areas: Swimming pools, schools, private
Tampa, FL 33607
Plaintiff MELODY R. VERMILLION, Rebecca S. Stemen, et al water systems, household sewage treatment systems,
et al 5 Jean Court campgrounds, body art facilities, food facilities, rabies
-vs- 2403 NW 19th St. Lima, OH 45805 surveillance, and nuisances. Must be able to interpret
Gainesville, FL 32605 Defendants
TODD J. MILLER, et el Defendants laws/policies, educate the public, initiate public health
2428 Kunneke Ave. Diane Sue Spradlin,et al In pursuance of an Order of orders and recommend enforcement actions. Applicant
Lima, OH 45805 2435 Kunneke Ave.
In pursuance of an Order of Sale with appraisal in the must be a motivated individual with excellent verbal
Lima, Ohio 45805 Sale with appraisal in the above entitled action, I will
Defendant above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auc- and written communication skills. All candidates must
In pursuance of an Order of offer for sale at public auc- tion, on the steps of the sec- have a valid driver’s license and access to a motor
Sale with appraisal in the
above entitled action, I will In pursuance of an Order tion, on the steps of the sec- ond floor of the Allen County vehicle. Salary is commensurate with experience.
ond floor of the Allen County Courthouse in Lima, Ohio
offer for sale at public auc- of Sale with appraisal in
Courthouse in Lima, Ohio 45801 in the above named PCHD is an equal opportunity employer. Please
tion, on the steps of the sec- the above entitled action, 45801 in the above named County on Wednesday, May submit resume and cover letter at
ond floor of the Allen County I will offer for sale at pub- County on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 11:00 a.m., the
Courthouse in Lima, Ohio lic auction, on the steps by EOB May 10, 2019.
15, 2019 at 11:00 a.m., the following described real es- OH-70122637L
45801 in the above named of the second floor of the following described real es- tate, situate in the County of
County on Wednesday, May Allen County Courthouse tate, situate in the County of Allen and the State of Ohio,
15, 2019 at 11:00 a.m., the
following described real es-
tate, situate in the County of
in Lima, Ohio 45801 in
the above named County
Allen and the State of Ohio,
and in the Village of Lafa-
and in the City of Lima
Orick Stamping, Inc.
on Wednesday, May 15, yette to-wit: Orick Stamping, Inc., in Elida, Ohio is a Tier II supplier of
Allen and the State of Ohio,
and in the City of Lima 2019 at 11:00 a.m., the A complete legal description automoive metal stampings and welded assemblies, is cur-
A complete legal description can be found at: Allen rently recruiing a quality person for the following posiion:
to-wit: following described real can be found at: Allen County Recorder's Office,
estate, situate in the County Recorder's Office, 301 N. Main Street, Room
A complete legal description County of Allen and the 301 N. Main Street, Room 204, Lima, Ohio 45801
can be found at: Allen
County Recorder's Office,
State of Ohio, and in the 204, Lima, Ohio 45801 Applicant must be able to work 2nd shit
Township of Shawnee PPN: 47-0612-01-017.000
301 N. Main Street, Room
to-wit: PPN: 38-2806-05-012.000 The successful candidate will possess a high level of
204, Lima, Ohio 45801 Said Premises Located at iniiaive, the understanding and importance of coninuous
PPN: 36-3511-05-018.000 A complete legal descrip- Said Premises Located at 813 E. Hope St., Lima, OH improvements, safety, teamwork and saisfying the
tion can be found at: Al- 107 N. High St., Lafayette, 45804 customer.
OH 45854
Said Premises Located at len County Recorder's
2428 Kunneke Ave., Lima,
Said Premises Appraised at Skill requirements include:
Office, 301 N. Main Said Premises Appraised at $7,500.00(SevenThousand
Ohio 45805 Street, Room 204, Lima, $27,000.00 (Twenty Seven Five Hundred and 00/100 • Problem solving techniques, troubleshoot, build, repair
Ohio 45801 Thousand and 00/100 Dol- Dollars), and cannot be sold and maintain dies
Said Premises Appraised at lars), and cannot be sold for for less than two-thirds of
$69,000 (Sixty Nine Thou- PPN: 46-0303-06-005.514 less than two-thirds of that that amount. • Able to operate general tool room equipment such
sand Dollars), and cannot amount. as Bridgeport lathes, drills, grinding machines and jig
be sold for less than For want of bidders, or insuf-
two-thirds of that amount. Said Premises Located grinders
at 8B Mews Rd. Lima, For want of bidders, or insuf- ficient bid, property will be
OH 45805 ficient bid, property will be offered for sale a second • Maintenance and repair of automoive producion
For want of bidders, or insuf-
ficient bid, property will be
offered for sale a second time on Wednesday, May stamping dies (Progressive and Transfer) up to 1,000 tons
time on Wednesday, May 29, 2019
offered for sale a second Said Premises Appraised 29, 2019 • Experience in building automoive metal stamping dies
time on Wednesday, May at $150,000.00 (One REQUIRED DEPOSIT:
29, 2019. Hundred Fifty Thousand Email resume to:
and 00/100 Dollars), and $5,000 or apply in person
REQUIRED DEPOSIT: cannot be sold for less TERMS OF FIRST SALE: 614 E. Kiracofe Ave.
$5,000 Required deposit shall be in
than two-thirds of that TERMS OF FIRST SALE: Elida, Ohio 45807
amount. Required deposit shall be in cash or certified check due
TERMS OF FIRST SALE: cash or certified check due at the time the officer in Fax resume to: 419-331-1552
Required deposit shall be in at the time the officer in charge of the sale accepts
cash or certified check due For want of bidders, or • Will pay relocaion fee up to $2000.00
charge of the sale accepts the bid and the balance in
at the time the officer in insufficient bid, property
• Will pay a sign on bonus of $4000.00
the bid and the balance in cash or certified check upon
charge of the sale accepts will be offered for a sale cash or certified check upon confirmation of sale. If the
the bid and the balance in a second time on confirmation of sale. If the Judgement Creditor is the • Pay commensurate with experience
cash or certified check upon Wednesday, May 29, Judgement Creditor is the purchaser, no deposit is re-
confirmation of sale. If the 2019. purchaser, no deposit is re- quired.
Judgement Creditor is the quired.
purchaser, no deposit is re-
Property shall be sold with-
Property shall be sold with-
out regard to minimum bid
Property shall be sold with-
out regard to minimum bid
OF FIRST out regard to minimum bid
requirements, subject to
requirements, subject to
payment of taxes and court & DIE, INC.
requirements, subject to Required deposit shall be payment of taxes and court costs; deposit and payment
in cash or certified check costs; deposit and payment requirements are same as
payment of taxes and court
costs; deposit and payment
requirements are same as
due at the time the officer
in charge of the sale ac-
requirements are same as
first sale.
first sale. MaNufaCTurING ENGINEEr
Phone inquiries may be di- Toledo Molding & Die, Inc., a full service, Tier 1, automotive
first sale. cepts the bid and the bal- Phone inquiries may be di- rected to the attorney listed
ance in cash or certified supplier located in Delphos, Ohio and currently has an opening
rected to the attorney listed below, or to the Sheriff's Of-
Pursuant to ORC 2329.21, check upon confirmation below, or to the Sheriff's Of- fice, Civil Division, at for a Plant Controller. Individual responsibilities include
purchaser shall be responsi- of sale. If the Judgement fice, Civil Division, at 419-993-1408. overseeing financial matters, analysis of business decisions
ble for those costs, allow- Creditor is the purchaser, 419-993-1408.
ances and taxes that the
and making strategic recommendations. Required tasks
proceeds of the sale are in- no deposit is required. Matthew B. Treglia, Sheriff will include cost analysis and capital justification; monthly
Matthew B. Treglia, Sheriff By: Pauline M. DeVita, forecasts; financial reports, budgets, general ledger, month
sufficient to cover. By: Pauline M. DeVita, Deputy
TERMS OF SECOND end/year end close; supervise accounting staff, fixed asset
Deputy Michael J. Tremoulis, At-
Phone inquiries may be di- SALE: T. Blain Brock II, Attorney torney management, physical inventory audits, finance and payroll
rected to the attorney listed Property shall be sold
below, or to the Sheriff's Of-
security officer and other duties as assigned.
without regard to mini- Legal #125 - April 21, 28, Legal #140 - April 21, 28,
fice, Civil Division, at mum bid requirements, May 5, 2019 (3t) May 5, 2019 (3t)
419-993-1408. Successful candidates must possess a four year Bachelors
subject to payment of
degree in Accounting or Finance and 5+ years in automotive
Matthew B. Treglia, Sheriff taxes and court costs;

deposit and payment re- manufacturing accounting, proven communication and

By: Pauline M. DeVita, Dep-
uty quirements are same as organizational skills, and be proficient in Excel/Microsoft
Bethany L. Suttingerr, Attor- first sale. Office and AS400. Candidates should also possess excellent
ney analytical skills and be willing to work with a diverse group as
Pursuant to ORC a Team Player.
Legal #139 - April 21, 28, 2329.21, purchaser shall ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN For confidential consideration please send a resume and cover
May 5, 2019 (3t) be responsible for those letter with salary requirements to
costs, allowances and Ohio Northern University is seeking a Full-Time with a subject of Controller or to:
taxes that the proceeds Electronics Technician. This position is responsible Toledo Molding & Die, Inc.
of the sale are insuffi- for assisting the College of Engineering with main- Attn: Human Resources Manager

cient to cover. taining the equipment, supplies and computers in the 24086 ST RT 697, Delphos, OH 45833
Engineering labs. Associate’s Degree or two-years For conidentialEqual consideration
Opportunity please
Employer send a resume
Phone inquiries may be college equivalent in Electronics Technology or relat- and cover letter with salary requirements to
directed to the attorney ed field is required along with two to three years of
listed below, or to the similar work experience. Bachelor’s Degree in Elec-
Sheriff's Office, Civil Divi-
sion, at 419-993-1408.
tronics or Computer Engineering preferred. Team Accountant
Unverferth Manufacturing, an established, family-
Each opportunity can be located on the Jobs & Em-
Matthew B. Treglia, ployment webpage with complete details including owned farm equipment manufacturer, has an

Check out our Sheriff

By: Pauline M. DeVita,
deadline and application requirements. Please visit
our web site at EOE
immediate open-ing for an experienced accounting
professional across a variety of areas.

F. Peter Costello, The core responsibilities for this position will
Attorney primarily be assisting in product costing, various
aspects of customer accounting, including customer
online! Legal #141 - April 21, 28,
May 5, 2019 (3t) interactions, accounts payable and other general
Qualiied candidates
accounting for this position will have a minimum
of aQualifi
bachelors degree in accounting
ed candidates or related
for this position willield,
minimum of a bachelors degree in accounting or
related field, or an associates degree in accounting with
2 years of accounting experience in a manufacturing
In addition, the successful candidate will possess
760 East 4th Street, Lima, Ohio 45804 SUNDAY, MARCH 5TH in Microsoft Oice and be able to efectively operate and
excel-lent interpersonal and communication skills,
Now accepting applications. 2 BR Apartments.
Appliances, carpet & A/C included. OPEN HOUSES experience in Microsoft Office and be able to
All utilities & trash removal included. effectively operate and thrive in our team-oriented
Please call 419.227.5325 to schedule an andenvironment.
an industry-leading beneit package that includes
appointment. Rent is based on income. Income employer-paid
Unverferth health insurance, provides
Manufacturing proit-sharing retirement
restrictions may apply. wages and an industry-leading benefit package that
Voice/TTY: 800-553-0300 includes employer-paid health insurance, profit-

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM sharing retirement and 401(k) plan.
142 E. EUREKA, 1919 HILLCREST DR., For consideration, please complete our online
LIMA, OH 45804 LIMA, OH 45805
3 BED, 2½ BATH, LIMA CITY SCHOOLS 2 BED, 1½ BATH, LIMA CITY SCHOOLS application at, or mail your
MLS #111609 • $79,900 MLS #112095 • $81,900
Duane Dulmage 419-604-9509 Sandy Kivimak 419-905-4148
cover letter, resume and references to:

Check us out on 209 N. Main St., Suite 2A! Manufacturing Company, Inc.
601 S. Broad St., P. O. Box 357 • Kalida, OH 45853

Attn: Human Resources Department


An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/H/V

Drug Screening Required
6D Sunday, May 5, 2019 CLASSIFIEDS The Lima News


PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, May 11th, 2019 @ 10:00 AM
Auction Location: Putnam County Fairgrounds
7:00 P.M. SHARP!

Tuesday May 7th at 5:30 Merchants Building, 1490 E. 2nd Street, Ottawa, Ohio
45875. Auction directional signs will be posted at State
@ 103 N. Main St., Glandorf, OH “Watch for Auction Today Signs
Able 2 Buy Auction Gallery, Route 65; State Route 224 as well as State Route 109
833 N. Main St., Delphos, OH 45833 41.295 +/- ACRES in OTTAWA TWP.
Peavey Valve King VK 112 Amp, Ariana Acoustic Guitar, Shane Targa Section 28 * Ottawa Twp.
Electric Guitar, Fender Squire Stratocaster, 2 Victrolas, full bed, Type BULLET VISE - ‘LOTS’ OF SHOP TOOLS - APPLIANCES
* Putnam County, Ohio
drawers w/stand & Lead Type, old lamps Cabinet w/Glass doors, pictures FURNITURE - HOUSEHOLDS - GLASSWARE Access off US. RT. 224 Between Glandorf & Ottawa Corps *
& frames, quilting stand, luggage, old Rockers, piano stool, puzzles, old “Watch for Auction Signs”
helmets, buttons, Samsung Flat Screen, Metal TV trays, quilts, sheets & COLLECTIBLES - MISC. - LIMA COLLECTIBLES
blankets, linens, towels, pots & pans, games, fans, Tea set, microwave, PETROLEUM MAPS - POST CARDS FROM 1890’S RARE OPPORTUNITY
small appliances, 3 dish sets, globe, toy drum, brown lighting canning FOREIGN POST CARDS - JEWELRY (SOME GOLD)
PARCEL #1: 41.295 +/- Acres in Section 28 of Ottawa Twp., Putnam
jar, Vintage Folk Art dolls, crocks, cast iron bank, Pyrex, area rugs, Bufet, County, OH “Main Body of Farm Adjoins Ottawa Corp. / Access from
US RT. 224 is Across from Glandorf Corp.” Access is Between Glandorf
console stereo, Wicker shelf, drop leaf table, cofee & end tables, Desk, 3 COINS (NICE COLLECTION) - BASEBALL CARDS (70’S)
Corp and Ottawa Corp. Farmland is a Good Mixture of Mostly Toledo
pc wood patio furniture, assorted chairs, pedestal table & 4 chairs, Metal DOLLS/CLOWNS - BEER NEONS - LIGHTS and Fulton Soils, R.E. Taxes Currently $1,314.14 Per Year
cabinet, dressers, 2 full bed frames, microwave stand, barrel woods
stove, Alum & Fiberglass Ladders, mirrors, wardrobe, refrigerator, yard THINGS of REAL ESTATE
cart, yard tools, Hand tools, old post cards, Enamel ware. This sale will be held indoors. Plenty of parking. Great food. “LOCATION, LOCATION and LOCATION”
Auction conducted by: Mike Reindel Auctioneer Mark your calendars for May 11th. We will be selling in two rings Buyers Will Be Landlord for 2019 Farming Season Will Receive All
Auctioneers: Mike Reindel 419-235-3607, throughout the day, so bring a friend(s). 2019 Landlord Share of Farm Income
Matt Bowers, & Gilbert Slothour
Auctioneers Licensed & Bonded in favor of the State of Ohio Visit (ID#23241) for a more FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: Contact AARON SIEFKER

Terms and Conditions: Cash, Check, Credit Card detailed listing and over 600 photos @ 419-235-0789
View pictures at Food & Meals Available. Terms: Cash or Good Check Day of Auction. No Credit/Debit
ABLE 2 BUY! • ABLE 2 BUY! • ABLE 2 BUY! • • ABLE 2 BUY! • ABLE 2 BUY! • ABLE 2 BUY! • ABLE 2 BUY! Cards accepted. No Buyer’s Premium. Positive ID required TERMS OF AUCTION: $20,000.00 Deposit on Day of Auction, Balance Due Within
30-45 Days, Sold Per
for registration. Out of State please bring Bank Letter of Credit.
Buyers Own Inspections, No Offers Conditioned Upon Financing, Final Offer
Any statements made day of sale will take precedence over any
MORNING AUCTION statement made herein. Not responsible for accidents.
Subject to Seller Approval

For Full Terms & Further Info View @

Conducted By: Fenbert Auctions -

Saturday, May 18, 2019 Doug Fenbert, Ottawa (419) 303-7205
OH auctioneer ID# 4664

Visit Licensed and Bonded in Favor of the State of Ohio Owners: RUTH & LARRY KUHLMAN / JOANN & DON
for the full auction ad, pictures, details,
SATURDAY* JUNE 8th, 2019 Conducted By:
engine info & mileage.
~ ~ ~ 9:30 AM ~ ~ ~

AARON SIEFKER, Broker/ Auctioneer
419-538-6184 Office * 419-235-0789 Cell
On location at 575 Ottawa-Glandorf Road
AUCTION LOCATION: ON SITE @ 5071 Rd. “O”, PANDORA, OH Tom & Eric Robbins, Darrel Yoder, Dan & Cole Limber; Assisting Auctioneers
STORAGE BUILDING: A good 12W’ x 22D’ x 12H’ storage
building to be moved, featuring 2x4 construction sitting Licensed by the Department of Agriculture • Not responsible for accidents
on 12” metal I-beams, vinyl siding. Located on Ottawa- Nice Ranch Style Home on Country Lot
Glandorf Road across the road from JFS/Glandorf Putnam
County office complex. Must be removed within 60 days
2 Car Attached Garage * Rear Deck & Gazebo * Nice Yard
at buyers’ expense. This will be auctioned on location on Pandora-Gilboa School District <> “Watch for Auction Signs” A to Z AUTO
Ottawa Glandorf Road, the remaining auction will take place
at the fairgrounds.