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ANNA FIREFIGHTERS finish putting out a car, at 1 a.m. Monday, that caught fire after a train struck it where West Main Street intersects the railroad tracks in Anna. Eric M. Carr, 18, of Anna, was transported to Lima Memorial Hospital.

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DEATHS Obituaries and/or death notices for the following people appear on Page 3A today: • Larry R. Longsworth • Susan J. (Maxwell) Carter • Richard J. “Dick” Jurosic

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Anna man injured after train hits car ANNA — An investigation is continuing in a train/vehicle accident which happened Monday in Anna. The accident happened on Main Street at the CSX Railroad crossing around 12:14 a.m. Eric M. Carr, 18, of Anna, was traveling westbound on Main Street at the crossing. A southbound CSX train was already proceeding through the

intersection. The preliminary investigation revealed approximately 102 railroad cars had already passed through the intersection when the vehicle proceeded around the safety gate and struck the train car. At the time of the crash, the crossing gates and signals were operating normally. After the collision the vehi-

cle caught on fire and was fully involved when emergency personnel arrived on the scene. The Shelby County Sheriff ’s Office, Anna Fire, Van Buren Fire and Anna Rescue responded to the accident. Carr was transported to Lima Memorial Hospital for treatment. His injuries were reportedly not life-threatening.

Thomas Kerrigan III, an independent candidate for Shelby County Prosecutor in November’s election, is dropping out of the race due to a serious medical condition. That leaves Republican Tim Sell as the Kerrigan sole candidate for the position, having defeated incumbent candidate Ralph Bauer in the primary election. “I’ve been diagnosed with a noncancerous blood disease which can be treated with medication, medical treatment, diet and six-day-a-week exercise,” Kerrigan said. He was recently diagnosed with See KERRIGAN/Page 3A

Charges dismissed ‘A sheriff’s sheriff’ dies against officer BY JENNIFER BUMGARNER

WAPAKONETA — Former Auglaize County Sheriff Larry Longsworth lost his battle with cancer on Monday and is remembered by Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart as “a sheriff’s sheriff.” Longsworth, 62, who had been battling cancer since late 2011, passed away on Monday at 12:55 a.m. at the Ohio State Longsworth

University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus. As a longtime friend, Lenhart visited the former sheriff last month. “I was up to his house three weeks ago and we visited for a bit and thought he might pull through,” said Lenhart. “I’ve known him and his family for three decades. He and I served together.” Lenhart and Longsworth were both sheriff ’s around the same time and according to Lenhart, Longsworth was someone he could go to for advice. “We had an excellent working relationship,” See SHERIFF/Page 3A

Troopers arrest Ga. trucker BY TOM BARNETT

second-degree felony, Darien Lakeith McKinley, 30, of Stonebridge, Ga., is being incarcerA commercial truck driver ated in the Wood County Jail. arrested in Shelby County by The patrol and the FBI in troopers from Toledo and Dayton are investithe Piqua Post gating the incident as a possible of the Ohio case of human trafficking and State Highway federal charges are pending. Patrol is facing Alerted by the caretaker of felony kidnapthe Interstate 75 milepost 179 ping charges for rest area in Wood Couty that a allegedly kiddistraught female reported she napping two had been released after being m i s s i n g abducted, troopers located the teenage girls suspect’s commercial vehicle McKinley from Kentucky. Saturday on southbound I-75 Charged with kidnapping, a at milepost 98 near Anna.

A 16-year-old girl was found in the vehicle. The two young women had been listed as missing and are in temporary protective custody to be released to their parents. The trucker remained in jail Monday in lieu of a $85,000 bond, according to Bowling Green Municipal Court records. It is unclear if McKinley is an independent contractor or who he was employed by. Investigation of the incident, initiated by the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Findlay District Investigation Unit, has been turned over to the FBI.

PORT JEFFERSON — In Mayor’s Court Thursday, Port Jefferson Mayor David Clem dismissed charges of making an illegal U-turn against Anna police officer Jeff Hodges due to lack of Hodges prosecution. Hodges was originally cited to court by Shelby County Sheriff’s deputies following a controversial traffic stop after Hodges allegedly made a Uturn from the 47 Bar and Grill in the village. Their action resulted in an internal affairs investigation by the sheriff’s office in which the deputies were ultimately absolved of wrongdoing for not citing Hodges for an OVI violation. Contacted Monday, Anna Police Chief Scott Evans, who had asked for the sheriff’s internal affairs investigation, declined to comment on Hodges and the court case until he completes his own department’s investigation of the incident.

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Police Chief Joe Cotterman asked council’s permission to apply for an Ohio Department of Criminal Justice grant to provide manpower for additional traffic enforcement or safety equipment. He said he hopes to upgrade local school-crossing signs to LED mode. Cotterman said he has asked Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart about applying as a joint agency. In response to citizens comments from Chris Coleman concerning an energy-choice program potentially less costly to the village, Metz said the 5 to 6 cents per kilowatt hour Coleman quoted are base rates only, with distribution charges and taxes to be added. Fiscal Officer Bev Wren told Coleman his electric rate information was comparing his company’s base rate to the village’s whole rate and he should compare “apples to apples.” The meeting included an executive session to discuss pending litigation and purchase or sale of real estate. No actions were taken. Council members canceled May’s scheduled second meeting due to the Memorial Day holiday.

Police log TUESDAY -1:33 a.m.: contempt. Sidney Police arrested Ashley N. Fuller, 25, no address listed, on an outstanding warrant. SUNDAY -7:24 p.m.: operating a vehicle under the influence. Police arrested James Bundy, 40, at large, on a charge of OVI. -2:40 a.m.: OVI. Police arrested James G. Clover Jr., 29, no address listed, at the intersection of North Main Avenue and Lane Street on a charge of OVI. -2:28 a.m.: OVI. Police arrested Roger T. Ball, 32, no address listed, at the intersection of East Bennett Street and Main Avenue on a charge of OVI. -12:37 a.m.: OVI. Police arrested Levi Combs, 20, 1508 Grove St., at the intersection of Michigan Street and Fourth Avenue on a charge of OVI. SATURDAY -2:29 a.m.: OVI. Police arrested Jonathan G. Howard, 24, no address listed, in the 1500 block of St. Marys Avenue on a charge of OVI. FRIDAY -11:47 p.m.: arrest. Police responded to 428 N. Main Ave. and ar-

rested Ashley Hickman, 23, no address listed, on a charge of assault and also arrested Britteny Bradley, 20, no address listed, on a charge of underage consumption. -3:56 p.m.: arrest. Police arrested Winchester Wiley, 26, no address listed, on a grand jury indictment for trafficking in drugs, possession of drugs and possession of criminal tools. -7:29 a.m.: arrest. Police responded to the Sidney Walmart, 2400 Michigan St., and arrested Elisabeth Young, 18, no address listed, for allegedly starting a fire in the women’s restroom and possession of stolen property.

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was also a possible gas leak as a result of the accident. Vectren responded. Sidney Police are investigating the accident. No further details were available at press time. -11:31 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 300 block of North Ohio Avenue on a medical call. -8:02 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to a medical call in the 200 block of East Edgewood Street. -2:29 a.m.: medical. Medics were called to the 700 block of Fulton Street on a medical call. SUNDAY -9:56 p.m.: medical. Medics were dispatched to the 100 block of West Poplar Street on a medical call. -2:27 p.m.: fire. Firefighters were dispatched to 121 S. Ohio Ave. on a report of a mulch fire. A small section of mulch was smoldering and extinguished. No loss occurred. -2:14 p.m.: injury. Medics responded to a report of an injury near the intersection of Campbell Road and Wagner Avenue.

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started in the kitchen, in the area of the stove and refrigerator. The fire was quickly controlled and extinguished. The residence sustained heavy fire damage to a couple of rooms and smoke damage throughout. The loss was estimated at $25,000 to the structure and $10,000 for the contents.

Crash injuries 2 from Sidney ST. PARIS — The Springfield Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is continuing its inof a vestigation two-vehicle crash that injured both Sidney drivers at 12:54 p.m. Sunday. Injured in the crash at the intersection of Purk and Kiser Lake roads in Champaign



CareFlight to Miami Valley Hospital. According to his parents, Tammy and James Eichelberger, T.J. had second-degree burns on his hands and was being treated for smoke inhalation but is improving. He is still recovering from his injuries. The fire has been ruled accidental and

Sheriff’s log SUNDAY -3:48 p.m.: larceny. Shelby County Sheriff ’s deputies responded to 12975 Sidney-Freyburg Road on a report of a theft from the residence. TUESDAY -1:25 a.m.: medical. Perry-Port-Salem Rescue responded to a medical call in the 600 block of Frazier Guy Road. MONDAY -11:48 p.m.: medical. Houston Rescue responded to a medical call in the 4300 block of H a r d i n - Wa p a k o n e t a Road. -5:40 p.m.: fire. Fort Loramie Fire responded to 3620 Michigan St. on a report of a field fire. -5:13 p.m.: medical. Fort Loramie Rescue re-

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County, were Donna Runkle, 84, and Duane Mullen, 65, both residents of Sidney. Runkle, who was flown to Miami Valley Hospital from the crash scene by CareFlight, was listed in serious condition at the Dayton hospital Monday afternoon. Mullen was transported to Wilson Memo-

rial Hospital in Sidney where personnel there could provide no information on his condition Monday. Troopers’ preliminary investigation of the crash shows Runkle, traveling east on Purk Road, failed to yield at the stop sign to Mullen’s vehicle, traveling southbound on Kiser Lake Road.

RECORD sponded to a medical call in the 400 block of Enterprise Drive. -3:09 p.m.; medical. Anna Rescue responded to the 500 block of East State Street on a medical call. -11:11 a.m.: medical. Fort Loramie Rescue responded to the 11100 block of Ohio 29 on a medical call.

Accident Shelby County Sheriff ’s deputies responded to a report of a motorcycle accident Monday at 5:08 p.m.. Danny P. Sell, 66, 745 Buckeye Ave., was oper-

ating the motorcycle involved in the accident, which happened in the 9900 block of Ohio 47. According to reports, Sell purchased the motorcycle in Versailles and was driving it to Sidney. He told deputies the bike wouldn’t turn as he entered the curve and it went off the road and across a driveway. There was minor damage to the motorcycle and Sell had minor injuries and was transported to Wilson Memorial Hospital by Fort Loramie Rescue. He was cited with failure to control and not having a motorcycle endorsement.


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JACKSON CENTER — During Jackson Center Village Council’s only May meeting, Bruce Metz, village administrator, showed sample website home pages provided by Midnet Media, of Minster, quoting a cost of $4,650 with a $50 monthly maintenance fee. Once the new website is completed, village staff would be trained to make changes as needed. Council agreed to proceed with the Minster firm’s quote. Mertz also reported the village’s trash-bag vending machine was not severely damaged and cost just $192 for repairs. A steel plate has been installed inside the machine to prevent entry to the money. It has been reinstalled, bolted to the ground at a corner of building, and village employees will be removing its cash contents on a daily basis. The administrator also reported the West Street reconstruction project is proceeding. Catch basins have been finished and work on fire hydrants will follow. The project has encountered an engineering problem and about 200 feet of road had to be torn out.

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Melisa Carter, Cheryl Carter, Katy and Carter; and a son, Matthew A brother, Carter. Michael-Jon (Sarah) Maxwell, of Fort Wayne, Ind.; and grandmother, Susie Maxwell, of Jackson Center, also survive. She was preceded in death by a brother, Eric Maxwell. A memorial service will be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Christ the King Church, 17570 State Route 274, Jackson Center.

Richard J. ‘Dick’ Jurosic W A PAKONETA — Richard J. “Dick” Jurosic, 76, of Wa p a k o n e t a , died at 7:28 a.m., on Tuesday, June 12, 2012, at St. Rita’s Medical Center, Lima. He was born March 31, 1936, in Wapakoneta, the son of Ivan J. and Louise A. (Schmith) Jurosic, who preceded him in death. On Dec. 26, 1959, he married Marilyn A. Elsass, and she died May 6, 2009. Survivors include four children, Diane (Dennis) Clarcq, of Chapel Hill, N.C., Mark Jurosic and John (Brenda) Jurosic, both of Wapakoneta, and Tim (Krista) Jurosic, of Anna; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Dorothy (Bob) Fritz, of St. Marys, Betty (Mick) Thompson, and Judy Jurosic, both of Bonita Springs, Fla. He was preceded in death by seven siblings, Carolyn Fisher, Robert Jurosic, Margaret Jane Kennedy, Kathryn “Kate” Volbert, Evelyn “Eppie” Smith, James “Jim” Jurosic and Joseph Jurosic. Dick retired in 1997 as a machinist at Wapakoneta Machine Co., after more than 40 years



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passed away at home on Monday, May 28, 2012, after a short illness. She was born Aug. 19, 1969, in Sidney and graduated in 1987 from Fort Wayne Christian School in Fort Wayne, Ind. She resided in the Ray City area for the past 18 years. Surviving are her mother, Sherrell Clifford, of Ray City, Ga.; and father, Thomas (Carin) Maxwell, of Fort Wayne, Ind. Susan was a loving daughter and de-

said Lenhart. “I don’t know that I ever called and asked for advice and he didn’t help.” The man Lenhart describes as having a quiet strength, severed as sheriff in Auglaize County for 16 years. He also served on the board of directors for the Buckeye State Sheriff’s Association. Longsworth was instrumental in starting the DARE program in Auglaize County and the Auglaize County Special Response Team. He was also key in starting the Grand Lake Drug Task Force. “He had a silent strength about him,” said Lenhart. “A lot of times when the going got a little rough he was the voice of reasoning. He was very thoughtful and thought things through. In three decades I don’t know that I ever saw him lost composure.” Auglaize County Sheriff Allen F. Solomon echoed Lenhart’s sentiment saying he had never seen Longsworth yell. “I like to say he was politely direct sometimes but that didn’t include yelling,” said Solomon. “He got his point across with the respect we had for him and knowing when he wanted something done, we got it done.”

of service. A graduate of St. Joseph High WaSchool, pakoneta, he was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He was a member of St. John Catholic Church, Fryburg. His other memberships included the Knights of Columbus Council 1272, the Fraternal Order of the Eagles, Aerie 691, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8445, all of Wapakoneta. He enjoyed spending time with his friends at the Wapakoneta McDonald’s restaurant. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday at St. John Catholic Church, Fryburg, the Rev. Oscar Seger officiating. Burial is to follow in the St. John Cemetery, Fryburg, where military rites will be conducted by the Wapakoneta VFW. The family will receive friends from 4 to 8 p.m. on Friday at the Bayliff and Eley Funeral Home, Ohio 501, Wapakoneta. Memorial contributions may be directed to the St. John Catholic Church. Condolences may be expressed at

From Page 1 Solomon started his career with the Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office in 1979 and learned a lot from Longsworth. “He was one of the guys who broke me in when I started,” said Solomon. “I worked with him in the sheriff’s office and under him when he was the sheriff. He was instrumental in me becoming sheriff and wanting to become sheriff.” Longsworth also served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War and received a purple heart and three bronze stars. “He never said a word about it,” said Lenhart. “Even though we were close, he never talked about what happened but it’s not uncommon for veterans to not talk about it.” The three things that Lenhart said he would remember about Longsworth was “his quiet strength, voice of reason and that he was a sheriff’s sheriff. He will be sadly missed and he was an excellent sheriff.” For Solomon, he’ll remember Longsworth as more than a boss. “He was the boss and I say that out of respect,” said Solomon. “But he wasn’t just a boss. He was my friend.” Longsworth’s obituary appears on this page.

Larry R. Longsworth, 62, of Wapakoneta, passed away at 12:55 a.m., on Monday, June 11, 2012, at The Wexner Medical Center at Ohio State University, Columbus, surrounded by his loving family. Larry was born Feb. 18, 1950, in Mercer County, the son of Robert and Bernice (Nuss) Longsworth. His father survives in Wapakoneta, and his mother preceded him in death. He is also survived by his beloved wife of 40 years, Janice (Haehn) Longsworth. Other survivors include a son, (Alicia) Aaron Longsworth; a daughter, Missy Longsworth (Casey) Crisp; two grandchildren, Alden and Allison Longsworth; and two brothers, Dennis (Gayla) Longsworth and Gary (Paula) Longsworth. honorably Larry served his country in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War where he was awarded three Bronze Stars and the Purple Heart. Larry dedicated 31 years of service, law enforcement and leadership to the Auglaize County Sheriff ’s Office, the last 16 years as sheriff. He was instrumental in bringing the DARE program to all county schools, the building of the new Sheriff ’s Office and jail, and in the creation of the Grand Lake Task Force and the Special Response Team. Larry was a devoted and loving

with his wife, Janice, tending to his wetlands area he created on his property, and serving as a source of quiet strength for his children, grandchildren, exfamily tended and friends. He enjoyed waterfowl hunting and loved nature and the outdoors. A 1968 graduate of Wapakoneta High School, his memberships included the Wapakoneta Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8445, the American Legion Post 330, Moulton Gun Club, and held life memberships in the AMVETS Post 333 and the Buckeye State Sheriff’s Association. He was an avid fan of the Cincinnati Reds and enjoyed watching the Weather Channel. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Friday at the Bayliff and Eley Funeral Home, Ohio 501, Wapakoneta, Pastor Joy Miller, Sheriff Allen Solomon and Deputy James Wachauf officiating. Burial will follow in the Greenlawn Cemetery, Wapakoneta, where military rites will be conducted. The family will receive friends from 2 to 8 p.m. on Thursday and one hour prior to the service on Friday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be directed to Auglaize County DARE Program. Condolences may be expressed at

KERRIGAN polycythemia. “It’s not curable; it’s treatable.” Kerrigan said he must follow the doctor’s orders. “If you do not follow this regimen, it could be fatal.” Kerrigan said with proper treatment, doctors tell him he could live another 20 to 25 years. “At this time, it would be best for my family and myself that I would postpone my campaign and drop out of the race. I think I’m going to keep an open mind a year or two down the road” and consider a possible run for office at that time, Kerrigan said. He noted he’s going to “take a lesson” from Ohio State University football coach Urban Meyer, who took time off to deal with health issues before returning to work. Kerrigan said he knew something was wrong when he participated in the Mayfest soccer tournament over Mother’s Day weekend. “I was so tired. I was fatigued,” he said. He said doctors told him he wasn’t getting enough oxygen. Kerrigan was admitted to Wilson Memorial Hospital where doctors were “pretty decisive” about the diagnosis. “When that doctor said ‘emia’ … my brother died last year. That got my attention,” Kerrigan said. His brother, wellknown radio personality Steve Kerrigan, died last year at the age of 51 after battling multiple myeloma, a form of leukemia. “I saw the devastating effect it has on the kids, his wife, the family,” Kerrigan said. How-

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ever, he said he does not have cancer. As for the campaign, Kerrigan said, “I’m going to thank everyone who signed my petition and offered their help. Especially Dale DeLoye, who was going to be my campaign treasurer and adviser.” “Tim Sell is a very good friend of mine and it’s difficult when you run against a good friend,” Kerrigan said. However, he said he is still concerned about the possibility of prosecutor’s office employees losing their jobs. “It is still extremely important to me to protect the jobs of those who work in the prosecutor’s office and in the law firm.” “If he (Sell) offered me a job in the prosecutor’s office, I’d be happy to work for him,” Kerrigan said. “From a PR (perspective), things could have gone a lot better for the prosecutor’s office,” Kerrigan said, “but from doing the job and convicting the bad guys, we have a 98 percent conviction rate.” Kerrigan, who is back at work, laughingly noted that since he is not running for office now, “I have a tent at the fair if anybody wants it.” According to Shelby County Board of Elections Deputy Director Philip Warnecke, anyone wanting to run for prosecutor as a write-in candidate, still has time to file their paperwork. Aug. 27 at 4 p.m. is the deadline for the declaration of intent for writeins. Sell currently serves as the Shelby County Public Defender.


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States forecast highest Husband found tax revenue in five years guilty in septic BY CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. states expect to collect higher tax revenue in the coming budget year that combined would top pre-recession levels, according to a survey released Tuesday. The increase could reduce pressure on states to cut budgets and lay off workers. A slowly healing job market and modest growth have boosted sales and income taxes, which provide nearly three-quarters of state revenue. Overall corporate income taxes are also growing. Still, many states continue to struggle with budget shortfalls. And some states, such as California, are seeing greater revenue only after raising taxes to stem deficits. Total tax revenue is forecast to rise 4.1 percent to $690.3 billion in the 2013 budget year, according to a

twice-yearly survey by the National Governors Association and the National Association of State Budget Officers. It’s the third straight year of revenue growth and $10 billion more than the budget year that ended June 2008. The recession began in December 2007. Total state spending would increase only 2.2 percent and remain below pre-recession levels, the report said. “The thing we’re definitely seeing is stability,” said Scott Pattison, executive director of the budget officers’ group. Only eight states were forced to close unexpected mid-year budget gaps this year, he said, compared to 39 states two years ago. Arizona, Ohio and Michigan are anticipating some of the biggest increases in tax revenue next year. Michigan has already benefited from higher revenue. Last year the state had its first surplus in a

decade. That enabled state officials in February to cancel plans to require 37,000 state workers to take four days of unpaid leave. In Ohio, tax revenue is projected to rise to $17.6 billion next year. That’s an 8.6 percent increase from the current budget year. Democrats in the state legislature have responded by pushing for more school funding. GOP Gov. John Kasich has downplayed the improved forecast, saying year-to-date tax receipts are only modestly above estimates. Others states are seeing less improvement. Iowa, Illinois and Arkansas are among those forecasting small increases. And even though California is forecasting much higher revenue, much of that is coming from a tax increase. The state is struggling to close a $16 billion budget deficit and is considering cutting programs.

tank body case LOGAN (AP) — A man whose estranged wife was found strangled in a septic tank last year was convicted Tuesday of aggravated murder and other charges in her death. A Hocking County jury in Logan deliberated for about four hours before finding William Inman II guilty in the death of his 25-year-old wife, Summer. Authorities said she was abducted in Logan on March 22, 2011, then strangled with a zip tie and dumped in an underground septic tank behind a church in nearby

Oakley’s gun sells for $143,400 at auction McALLEN, Texas (AP) — A shotgun that once belonged to Western sharpshooter and entertainer Annie Oakley sold for more than $143,000 at an auction in Dallas on Sunday. The trove of about 100 of the icon’s items headlining Heritage Auctions’ “Legends of the Wild West” event brought in nearly $520,000, according to the auction house. The items included several guns, her Stetson hat, photographs and letters. Oakley’s greatgrandnieces put up the items and had inherited them from their mother, who died in 2009. One of those descendants, Terrye Holcomb, said, overall, the auction’s success left her with a positive feeling, but “there's a little bit of melancholy and sadness that goes with it.” The items had been passed down through generations. Holcomb remembers shooting the guns for target practice on Sunday mornings in California’s Santa Monica Mountains and wearing Oakley’s Stetson hat, which sold for $17,925, for Halloween. But Holcomb said seeing how excited some of the buyers were with their purchases made her feel good. One man who flew in from Odessa to bid on one of two Marlin .22-caliber rifles — one sold for $71,700, the other for $83,650 — asked Holcomb and her sister, Tommye Tait, to sign his catalog after buying one of the rifles.

“He said his kids couldn’t wait to shoot it,” Holcomb said. The sisters inherited the items from their mother, Billie Butler Serene, who died in 2009 at the age of 95. Serene was raised by her grandparents, and her grandfather, William Butler, was the brother of Oakley’s husband, Frank Butler, a marksman who became Oakley’s manager. Oakley and Frank Butler frequently visited and Oakley taught Serene how to handle a gun. Holcomb said she grew up hearing stories about Oakley without fully realizing her impact. “I’ve not ceased being amazed by her enduring legacy,” she said. Oakley’s Parker Broth-

ers 12-gauge shotgun garnered the highest price, $143,400. Holcomb said she thought the shotgun’s winning bid was placed by phone or via the Internet. “Annie Oakley was arguably America's first female superstar, touring the United States and the world in the late 1800s and early 20th century and demonstrating her legendary Wild West sharpshooting skills,” Tom Slater, director of Historical Auctions for Heritage, said in a prepared statement Sunday. Oakley became famous for her marksmanship while traveling in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show. She was born in Darke County, Ohio, and died in Greenville, Ohio, in 1926 at the age of 66.

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THIS HANDOUT photo, provided by Heritage Auctions, shows Annie Oakley in one of her cabinet photos. Oakley wears the dark wig she wore for “The Western Girl.” The photo was taken in New York between 1902 and 1904. Relatives of Oakley are selling items that once belonged to the legendary sharpshooter, inlcuding about 100 items related to Oakley on Sunday in Dallas.

Athens County. 27-year-old The Inman also was found guilty of single counts of kidnapping, tampering with evidence and gross abuse of a corpse. Inman, who didn’t testify in his trial, could face the death penalty when he’s sentenced. One of Inman’s attorneys had said in court that the state didn’t prove that Inman strangled the woman. Inman’s attorneys, assistant state public defenders Jerry McHenry and Herman Carson, said Tuesday that they couldn’t comment on the verdict because of the judge’s gag order prohibiting comment outside of court. County Prosecutor Laina Fetherolf said Tuesday that she also couldn’t comment. She said the sentencing phase, which begins Thursday, hasn’t been completed and there are still two more trials in the case. Inman’s parents are also charged in the death and have pleaded not guilty. Their separate trials are scheduled later this year. Inman’s mother faces 15 years to life if convicted of murder. Inman’s father faces a possible death penalty if convicted of aggravated murder. Authorities said Summer Inman’s body — with a zip tie around her neck, her wrists bound with more zip ties and her purse still on her arm — was recovered from the septic tank of Faith Tabernacle Church on March 29, 2011, after her mother-in-law divulged the location to investigators.

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NATION/WORLD BRIEFLY Zimmerman’s wife charged ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The wife of Trayvon Martin’s shooter was charged with perjury Tuesday, accused of lying when she told a judge that the couple had limited funds during a hearing that resulted in her husband being released on $150,000 bond. Shellie Zimmerman, 25, was released on $1,000 bond. George Zimmerman has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder in the teen’s slaying and had been out on the bond after the April 20 hearing. However, Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester on June 1 revoked the bond and ordered Zimmerman returned to the Seminole County Jail. Lester in a strongly worded ruling said the Zimmermans lied about how much money they had.

Thousands protect crackdown MOSCOW (AP) — Undeterred by a sudden escalation in the Kremlin’s crackdown on the opposition, tens of thousands thronged Moscow’s treelined boulevards Tuesday in the first mass protest against Vladimir Putin since he returned to the presidency in May. The crowd was even larger than at a demonstration on the eve of Putin’s inauguration, which disintegrated into violent clashes and ushered in the crackdown. Tuesday’s rally ended peacefully, as both protesters and riot police took pains to prevent a confrontation as tensions were already running high.

Bacon sundae on BK menu NEW YORK (AP) — Burger King wants to lure customers this summer with a barbecue party — and a bacon sundae. The world’s second biggest hamburger chain on Thursday is launching several pork, beef and chicken sandwiches as limited time offers. And for a sweet ending, the company is also offering a bacon sundae — vanilla soft serve with fudge, caramel, bacon crumbles and a piece of bacon — that started in Nashville, Tenn. earlier this year. The salty-sweet dessert clocks in at 510 calories, 18 grams of fat and 61 grams of sugar. The limited-time items are Burger King’s latest push to win back customers with a revived menu and reverse sliding market share, an effort that started soon after the company was taken private by the private equity firm 3G Capital in late 2010.


50 Cent goose seeks new home MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. (AP) — The goose 50 Cent is on the mend. Named for the rapper who survived nine gunshot wounds, 50 Cent the waterfowl now needs a new home. The goose was brought into a northern Arkansas animal hospital with a damaged wing. Veterinarian Rob Conner says an X-ray revealed the goose had been shot seven times with a pellet gun. Conner operated on the bird’s wing, inserting a metal rod and plastic tube to help the bird heal. Conner tells The Baxter Bulletin that workers initially wanted to name the goose Tupac, after the late rapper, but that they settled on 50 Cent because he recovered from his shooting.

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U.N. observers attacked BEIRUT (AP) — The U.S. accused Russia of escalating the Syrian conflict by sending attack helicopters to President Bashar Assad’s regime, and U.N. observers were attacked Tuesday with stones, metal rods and gunfire that blocked them from a besieged rebel-held town where civilians were feared trapped by government shelling. The accusation by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton that Moscow was arming the Assad regime came as the top U.N. peacekeeping official said Syria was already in a state of civil war. “We are concerned about the latest information we have that there are attack helicopters on the way from Russia to Syria, which will escalate the conflict quite dramatically,” Clinton said in Washington. There was no immediate reaction from the Russian Foreign Ministry. Moscow insists that any arms it supplies to its Damascus ally are not being used against anti-government protesters in the 15month-old uprising. The U.N. observers were not hurt as they were turned back by the assault on their

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A RESIDENT (left) shows a shell to a United Nations observer (right) after shelling at the Talbisah area in Homs city Syria Monday. vehicles by an angry crowd servers in Syria. She said near the town of Haffa, the monitors have been trying to U.N. said. The source of the reach Haffa since June 7. gunfire was not clear. Meanwhile, the U.N.’s Activists blamed regime peacekeeping chief, Herve loyalists for the attack. The vi- Ladsous, said the Syrian conolence raised questions about flict had escalated into civil the ability of about 300 un- war. “Yes, I think one can say armed monitors to provide a that,” Ladsous told Reuters useful assessment of a coun- and Agence France-Presse in try that is spiraling toward an interview, his spokesman civil war. confirmed. “All U.N. observers are now U.N. observers have seen a back at their bases and are se- steep rise in violence and a cure,” said Sausan Ghosheh, a dangerous shift in tactics by spokeswoman for U.N. ob- both sides in Syria in the last

Verizon to phase out plans NEW YORK (AP) — Verizon Wireless, the nation’s largest cellphone company, is phasing out nearly all of its existing phone plans and replacing them with pricing schemes that encourage customers to connect their nonphone devices, like tablets and PCs, to the Verizon network. The revamped plans let families and other subscribers share a monthly data allowance over as many as 10 devices — the biggest overhaul in the price of wireless service since the cellphone became a mainstream device. The idea is likely to be copied quickly, at least by AT&T Inc., which has already said it is considering introducing shared-data plans soon. Verizon’s move “is the most profound change to pricing the telecom industry has seen in twenty years,” said Sanford Bernstein analyst Craig Moffett. For Verizon, the approach reflects a desire to keep growing now that nearly every American already has a phone. In the first quarter of this year, phone companies, for the first time, reported a drop in the number of phones on contract-based plans, which are the most lucrative. To keep service revenues rising, companies are betting on increased data usage, and that means getting more data-hungry devices on their networks. Verizon’s new “Share Everything” plans, announced Tuesday, will become available June 28. They include unlimited phone calls and texts and will start at $90 per month for one smartphone and one gigabyte of data. If used only with a smartphone, “Share Everything” prices are lower than for current plans with unlimited calling and texting, but higher than plans with limited calling and texting. The plans will push many subscribers toward spending more by including unlimited calling and texting by default. Unlimited calling plans provide peace of mind, but not many people need them, and the average number of minutes used is declining. From Verizon’s perspective, offering unlimited access is an efficient use of its network, because calling and texting take up little capacity. Data usage, on the other hand, consumes a lot of network resources.

five days, the spokesman, Kieran Dwyer said. The Syrian government, intent on wresting back control of rebel-held areas, is shelling heavily populated districts and using attack helicopters over cities “with devastating impact on civilians,” Dwyer said. The opposition, in turn, is increasingly coordinating attacks against government forces and civilian infrastructure, and “the conflict has reached all parts of Syria virtually,” he said. The U.N. observers have been prevented from entering other point areas besides Haffa. Last week, it took days for the monitors to reach Mazraat al-Qubair, where nearly 80 people were reported slain, because government troops and residents blocked them. As the conflict deteriorates into a murderous grind, regional power brokers from Iran to Turkey risk getting drawn into the fight. Diplomatic hopes have rested on Russia — Syria’s most important ally and protector — agreeing on a transition plan that would end the Assad family dynasty, which has ruled Syria for more than four decades.

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THIS UNDATED image from the film “Gone with the Wind” provided by New Line Cinema shows (l-r) Ann Rutherford, Vivien Leigh and Evelyn Keyes. Rutherford, who played Scarlett O’Hara’s sister Carreen in the 1939 movie classic “Gone With the Wind,” died at her home in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Monday. She was 94.

‘Gone With the Wind’ actress dies LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ann Rutherford, the demure brunette actress who played the sweetheart in the long-running Andy Hardy series and Scarlett O’Hara’s youngest sister in “Gone With the Wind,” has died. She was 94. A close friend, Anne Jeffreys, said she was at Rutherford’s side when the actress died Monday evening at home in Beverly Hills. Rutherford died of heart problems and had been ill for several months, Jeffreys said. Rutherford’s death was first reported by the Los Angeles Times ( ). “She was a dear person, a very funny lady, wonderful heart, was always trying to do things for people,” said Jeffreys, a leading lady of many films of the 1940s and a star of the 1950s TV sitcom “Topper.” Rutherford was a frequent guest at “Gone With the Wind” celebrations in Georgia and, as

one of the few remaining actors from the movie, continued to attract fans from around the world, Jeffreys said. “She loved it. It really stimulated the last years of her life, because she got thousands of emails from fans,” Jeffreys said. “She was in great demand.” She was also known for the Andy Hardy series, a hugely popular string of comical, sentimental films, that starred Lewis Stone as a small-town judge and Mickey Rooney as his spirited teenage son. Rutherford first appeared in the second film of the series, “You’re Only Young Once,” in 1938, and she went on 11 more. She played Polly Benedict, the ever-faithful girlfriend that Andy always returned to, no matter what other, more glamorous girl had temporarily caught his eye. (Among the other girls: Judy Garland and Lana Turner.)

Roberts has blood disorder NEW YORK (AP) — Five years after being treated for breast cancer, “Good Morning America” co-host Robin Roberts has a new health fight on her hands. Roberts said Monday she is beginning chemotherapy treatment for myelodysplastic syndrome, or MDS, a blood and bone marrow disease once known as preleukemia. She is expected to get a bone marrow transplant sometime this fall. Her older sister, Sally Ann Roberts, an anchor for WWL-TV in New Orleans, is considered a perfect match to donate marrow and said she will do so. “My doctors tell me I’m going to beat this, and I know it’s true,” Roberts, 51, said on the show Monday. Sally Ann Roberts said she’s thankful she has marrow her sister can use and that she can assist in her treatment. “I’m just so very grateful that I did match her because there are many, many people right now who are dying for a match and have no one in their family who are eligible,” Sally Ann Roberts said.

LONDON (AP) — Diesel fumes cause cancer, the World Health Organization’s cancer agency declared Tuesday, a ruling it said could make exhaust as important a public health threat as secondhand smoke. The risk of getting cancer from diesel fumes is small, but since so many people breathe in the fumes in some way, the science panel said raising the status of diesel exhaust to carcinogen from “probable carcinogen” was an important shift. “It’s on the same order of magnitude as passive smoking,” said Kurt Straif, director of the IARC department that evaluates cancer risks. “This could be another big push for countries to clean up exhaust from diesel engines.” Since so many people are exposed to exhaust, Straif said there could be many cases of lung cancer connected to the contaminant. He said the fumes affected groups including pedestrians on the street, ship passengers and crew, railroad workers, truck drivers, mechanics, miners and people operating heavy machinery. The new classification followed a weeklong discussion in Lyon, France, by an expert panel organized by the International Agency for Research on Cancer. The panel’s decision stands as the ruling for the IARC, the cancer arm of the World Health Organization.

Democrats try to hold Giffords’ seat PHOENIX (AP) — Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’ handpicked Democratic candidate squared off Tuesday in a special House election in Arizona against the Republican she narrowly beat just months before she was shot. It was a hard-fought preview of the broader fall campaign to come. Both the GOP and the Democrats were using the race to hone and test their political arguments for the November elections, when everything from the White House on down will be on the ballot. Republicans, sensing a chance to capture the former congresswoman’s seat in southern Arizona, sought to make the contest a referendum on President Barack Obama and his handling of the economy.


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This Evening • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Labor of Love, meets at 6:30 p.m. at First Christian Church, 320 E. Russell Road. • Lima Chronic Pain Support Group meets from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on West High Street, Suite 150, in the Outpatient Rehabilitation Center/Conference Room, the meeting is free and family members are welcome. For more information, contact Linda Chartrand at (419) 226-9802 or email at • Ladies Auxiliary VFW meets at 7 p.m. at the VFW Hall, 2841 Wapakoneta Ave. • GriefShare, a recovery seminar and support group, meets from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at St. Joseph Parish Life Center, 101 W. Pearl St., Wapakoneta. All adults experiencing grief are welcome. Call (937) 693-6251 for more information. • The Highly Recommended Book Club will meet at the New Bremen Public Library at 8 p.m.

Thursday Morning

• Super Star Storytime takes place at the New Bremen Public Library at 10:30 a.m. Stories and crafts for children 6 and under who can sit independently of parent. • Heritage Manor Skilled Nursing and Rehab in Minster offers free bingo and lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Thursday Afternoon

• The Narcotics Anonymous group, Addicts at Work, meets at noon at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 120 W. Water St. • Shelby County Toastmasters meets at noon at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA. Guests are welcome. For more information, contact Ed Trudeau at 498-3433 or or visit the website at • Pasco Ladies Aid meets at 12:30 p.m. at the Sidney American Legion Hall, 1265 N. Fourth Ave.

Thursday Evening

• The Narcotics Anonymous group, All in the Family, meets at 7 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 230 Poplar St. • The Epilepsy Foundation of Western Ohio offers an educational series at 7523 Brandt Pike, Huber Heights, at 6 p.m. For more information, call (937) 233-2500 or (800) 360-3296. • The Minster-New Bremen Right to Life group meets at 7 p.m. in the St. Augustine Rectory basement, Minster. • The Fort Rowdy Gathering committee will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the Covington City Building, 1 S. High St., Covington. The public is welcome.

Friday Morning

• A.J. Wise Library in Fort Loramie hosts storytime for children 3 1/2 and older at 10:30 a.m. To register, call 295-3155. • Stories and freezepops are at the Francis J. Stallo Library in Minster from 10:30 to 10:45 a.m. • The New Knoxville Community Library hosts storytime and crafts for children 3-6 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Children under 4 must be accompanied by an adult. • Super Star Storytime takes place at the New Bremen Public Library at 10:30 a.m. Stories and crafts for children 6 and under who can sit independently of parent.

Friday Afternoon

• Sidney Gateway Hi 12 Club No. 482, meets at noon at the Sidney American Legion on Fourth Avenue. All Master Masons are invited.

Friday Evening

• Hope in Recovery, similar to traditional 12step programs to confront destructive habits and behaviors, meets at the First Presbyterian Church, 114 E. 4th St., Greenville, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. For more information, call (937) 548-9006. • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Staying Clean for the Weekend, meets at 7 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 230 E. Poplar St.

Saturday Morning

• Agape Mobile Rural Food Pantry Distribution, in Russia, 9 to 10 a.m. • Agape Mobile Rural Food Pantry Distribution, in Fort Loramie, 10:30 a.m. to noon.

Saturday Afternoon

• A support group for survivors of sexual abuse meets at 1:30 p.m. on the second floor of the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center, 301 W. Main St., Troy. For information, call (937) 295-3912 or (937) 272-0308.

Saturday Evening

• The Sidney-Shelby County Chess Club “Checkmates” meets at 7 p.m. at the library at the Dorothy Love Retirement Community. All skill levels are welcome. For more information, call 497-7326.

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BERGMAN PIQUA — Tyler Bergman, a graduate of The West Ohio Community Concert Band from Bellefontaine performs in a guest appearance on the courtsquare Friday evening. This week, The Sid- Lehman Catholic High School, has been accepted ney Civic Band will play its first concert of the 2012 summer series. by the University of Cincinnati. The son of Nick and Ann Bergman, of Piqua, plans to study accounting. Schwieterman ceeds will benefit Com- Rosengarten, of Fort Lo- His high school activipassionate Care. ramie. ties included golf, basketgraduates Megan ball, CYO basketball and Bruns, Pro-life. ANNA — Kyle SchwiHe is employed by the eterman, the son of Dave Public retirees daughter of Jeanie Shelby Oaks Golf Club. a n d to meet Bruns RiNoelle The Public Employees e t h m a n , COMER SchwiRetirees Inc. will meet of Fort PIQUA — Michael eterman, Thursday at Fair Haven Loramie, a Lehman Comer, of Anna, Nursing Home. The w a s Catholic High School has gradluncheon meeting will n a m e d graduate, has been acu a t e d at noon. begin the altercepted by the University f r o m Bruns Administrator Anita nate. of Cincinnati. Bowling Miller and Sheriff John T h e T h e G r e e n S t a t e Schwieterman Lenhart will be the girls will report on their son of Tom speakers. experiences at an up- and Ann UniverLenhart will speak on coming meeting of the Comer, of sity with a Master of auxiliary. Piqua, Arts in mathematics ed- safety for the elderly. plans to ucation. bioHe earned a 4.0 grade Girls’ State Hite to speak in study medical point average. He is emdelegates Piqua engineerployed by Indiana UniComer ing. named versity-South Bend as a PIQUA — The Miami His honors include the mathematics instructor. FORT LORAMIE — County Historical and University of Cincinnati The Fort Loramie Amer- Genealogical Society will Cincinnatus Century ican Legion Auxiliary meet June 19 in the Scholarship, a University Poker run No. 355 Piqua Public Library’s of Cincinnati grant, Piqua Saturday h a s Louis Room, 115 W. High Rotary Club Scholarship, The Stardust Poker n a m e d St. at 7 p.m. Top 100 Scholastic Honor Run in memory of “Little V i c t o r i a The speaker will be Award, Lehman Honor Angel Wendy” will be “ T o r i ” Andy Hite, Historical Roll and Lehman Varsity Saturday. RosenSite manager of John- Soccer Sportsmanship The first bike out will garten as ston Farm and Indian Award. leave from the bar along its deleAgency. He will discuss His high school activiOhio 47 west of Sidney gate to “Pickawillany: The First ties included varsity socat 1 p.m. The last bike in t h i s Big Thing to Happen in cer, of which he was will be at 6 p.m. w e e k ’ s Rosengarten Ohio.” Ohio 36 is closed captain, National Honor The event also fea- B u c k e y e in Piqua between the Society, Lehman student tures a 50/50 drawing Girls State at the Uni- Miami River and Spring ambassador, Pro-Lifeand raffles and a meal of versity of Mount Union Street. Travelers on I-75 guards, tennis, basketball, pork or chicken, potato in Alliance. should use the County Academia, science fair in salad and baked beans. The high school junior Road 25-A exits to reach which he won the Soil & The fee is $15 per sin- is the daughter of the library. For informaWater Conservation Disgle, $25 per couple. Pro- Charles and Renee tion, call (937) 307-7142. trict Award, homecoming



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SPEARMAN Lindsey Spearman, a Lehman Catholic High School graduate, has been accepted by the University of Cincinnati. The daughter of Robert and Julie Spearman, of Sidney, plans to study nursing. She won the Cincinnatus Scholarship. Her high school activities included volleyball, basketball, track and softball.

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LOCALIFE ENGAGEMENTS Couple set date BOTKINS — Amber Zimpfer and Renee Zachary Theodore Heinfeld, both of Botkins, have announced their engagement and plans to marry June 23, 2012, in the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in McCartyville. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Arthur and Nancy Zimpfer, of Botkins. She graduated from Botkins High Heinfeld/Zimpfer School in 2006 and from Mount Carmel College of Nursing in 2011. She is employed by Wilson Memorial Hospital. Her fiance is the son of Theodore Heinfeld, of Houston, and Alice Emery, of Botkins. He is a 2004 graduate of Botkins High School and a 2010 graduate of Sinclair Community College. He served in the Ohio Army National Guard from 2003 through 2009. He is employed by the Wapakoneta Fire-EMS Department.

Heitman, Hoying to wed ANNA — Nicole Lynn Heitman and Craig Matthew Hoying, both of Anna, have announced their engagement and plans to marry Aug. 4, 2012, in the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in McCartyville. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Dennis and Lora Heitman, of Anna. She graduated from Anna High School in 2007 and from the KetHeitman/Hoying tering College of Medical Arts in 2010 with a degree in medical sonography. She is employed by St. Rita’s Medical Center. Her fiance is a 2007 graduate of Anna High School and a 2012 graduate of the University of Findlay, where he earned a degree in nuclear medicine. He is employed by Miami Valley Hospital.

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Holy Angels readies parish picnic BY PATRICIA ANN SPEELMAN Nightfall, a classic rock band whose members hail from Botkins, St. Henry, Celina and Cincinnati, will headline the entertainment during the Holy Angels Parish Picnic Saturday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. The picnic is open to the public. There is no admission charge. It will feature food, games, rides and the second annual 5K run/walk. Nightfall will perform beginning at 8 p.m. The picnic runs from 2 p.m. to midnight. “The big attraction at the picnic? I would say it’s the food, games, the entertainment — the stuff that makes it all fun,” said Chairman Chris Geise, of Sidney. “There’s a raffle with $16,000 worth of prizes. We had a big turnout for the first 5K last year.” Registration for the race is from 7 to 8:15 a.m. in the blue building the fairgrounds, at which is where the race starts and finishes. The course runs through the


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HOLY ANGELS Parish members walk along South Main Avenue Sunday during their celebration of the Feast of Corpus Christi. The procession was led by the parish pastor, Rev. Daniel Schmitmeyer. Saturday, members will welcome the public to the annual parish picnic at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Spruce, Westwood and Evergreen neighborhoods. Door prizes will be given as well as awards to the winners. Results will be immediately posted at A Mass will be said at 5:30 p.m. in the blue building. Hamburger, sausage and chicken dinners will be for sale.

Games of chance, including blackjack and tip books, will be available to adults. Nightfall began performing in the 1980s and resurfaced in 2010. Members of the band include drummer Larry Selhorst, of St. Henry; lead guitarist/vocalist Neal Anderson, of Botkins; keyboard player/vocalist Brenda Mendenhall, of Cincin-

nati, who also plays saxophone and harmonica; lead singer/acoustic guitarist Dianne Hart, of St. Henry; bass player/vocalist Scott Hole, and his son, guitarist/vocalist Jeffrey Hole, both of Celina. The band mostly plays music from the 1980s and has performed at local establishments, picnics and dances.

home by her sisters, HaileeJo, 5, and Hollee, 3. Her maternal grandparents are Charles Osborne, of Sidney, and the late Mary-Anne Stoler. Her paternal grandparents are Cynthia Wi-

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JONES PIQUA — Kristen Nichols and Kenny Jones, of Piqua, have announced the birth of a daughter, Madalynn Anne-Marie Jones, born May 22, 2012, at 1:55 p.m. in the

Copeland-Emerson Family Birth Center at Wilson Memorial Hospital, in Sidney. She weighed 5 pounds, 12 ounces, and was 18.5 inches long. She was welcomed

Ohio falls short in providing food to children during summer lower wages but also to major cuts in summer schools and youth programs. The number of children participating in the Summer Nutrition Program fell from 70,853 children in July 2010 to 66,038 children in July 2011, ranking Ohio 37th in performance. “The math is simple here. Fewer children are getting summer meals and more will go hungry. Ohio is failing to meet the needs of low-income children,” said Lisa HamlerFugitt, executive director of the Ohio Association of Second Harvest Foodbanks (OASHF). “When summer programs scale back services or shut their doors, children wind up paying the price. But it’s not too late to make a difference this summer.” “There is an opportunity for everyone to make a difference in participation and ensure that more children can access summer meals,” said Jim Weill, president of FRAC. “Children cannot continue to bear the burden of budget cuts. It is in everyone’s best interest to ensure that children have adequate nutrition during the summer so they stay healthy and are

ready to learn.” At the federal level, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is helping lead the charge with its National Summer Food Service Program Week. This week’s campaign aims to raise awareness about the risk of hunger low-income children face during the summer months and the benefits of summer food. The Summer Nutrition Programs, which include the Summer Food Service Program and the National School Lunch Program, fill the food gap for the thousands of lowincome Ohio children who rely on school breakfast and lunch during the school year to help keep hunger at bay. Through these programs, children can receive free meals at participating summer sites at schools, parks, other public agencies, and nonprofits. In Ohio, families can find nearby summer meal sites by calling (855) 570-7377 or visiting the Ohio Department of Education’s clickable map. Visit the Ohio Association of Second Harvest

Foodbanks website to view the full Hunger Doesn’t Take a Vacation report. Data for Ohio came from the annual report released by the FRAC, a national anti-hunger advocacy and research group. The FRAC report gives data for all states and looks at national trends. FRAC measures national summer participation during the month of July, when typically all children are out of school throughout the month and lose access to school meals. The report is available online at OASHF is Ohio’s largest charitable response to hunger, representing Ohio’s 12 Feeding America foodbanks and 3,300 member charities including food pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters. In summer 2011, OASHF and its member foodbanks were able to acquire and distribute more than 150 million pounds of food and grocery items. Follow @OASHF on Twitter, stay connected on Facebook at

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COLUMBUS — Participation in the Summer Nutrition Programs, including the Summer Food Service Program, continues to fall short in Ohio, with only 66,038 low-income children receiving summer meals on an average day in July 2011, according to a new national report released recently. This decrease from the previous year meant that summer meals only reached 10.6 children for every 100 low-income children who got regular school year meals in the 2010-2011 school year. Ohio’s performance was worse than the national rate, which reached one in seven lowincome children, according to Hunger Doesn’t Take a Vacation, an annual analysis by the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC). The report measures participation in the Summer Nutrition Programs by comparing the number of children receiving summer meals to the number of low-income children receiving school lunch during the regular school year. The continuing fallout of the recession has not only led to lost jobs and

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tions, ensuring that Wilson Memorial has the fiscal resources to grow and add the healthcare services and programs needed by the communities and patients we serve. We are confident that her experience and insight will help keep us on a financial path that will sustain Wilson Memorial’s growth.” As CFO, Covault will be responsible for the overall financial management of Wilson Memorial Hospital as well as Wilson Care Inc. She will manage the hospital’s financial reporting and related internal controls. She will also direct the organization’s financial planning related to growth, financing and associated issues and will coordinate all relationships with auditors, third-party reimbursement agents, and man-

aged care companies. “We are very fortunate for the opportunity to transition Julie into the CFO position,” said Boecker. “Julie is known throughout the hospital for her transparency. She is engaged at all levels and will play a vital role in our successes moving forward.” Covault holds a Master of Business Administration and earned her Bachelor of Science in business administration from Urbana University. She is active in numerous healthcare financial management associations including Medical Group Management Association and Healthcare Financial Management Association. She resides in the Bradford area with her husband, Bill, and their three children, twins Nicholas and Madison, 14; and Noah, 7.

PERMITS Holly Nicole Epley, dba Rustic Home Scent, 1247 Apple Blossom Lane, gift store. Logan Tech Electronics & Computers LLC, 705 Fair Road, electronics store. Darla K. Albers, dba Latanglz, 216 W. State St., Botkins, cosmetics/beauty supplies store. Reliable Wireless Solutions LLC, 15 N. Main St., Fort Loramie, Internet service providers.

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URBANA — The Friends of Cedar Bog Nature Preserve has started a fundraising drive with support from Honda of America Mfg. Inc. toward the goal to establish a $500,000 endowment fund to supthe preserve’s port Education Center operations and other initiatives. In this latest partnership with the Cedar Bog, Honda is committing up to $25,000 in matching funds through its philanthropy program. The grant will be allocated to the endowment fund as the Friends of Cedar Bog raises money from individuals and businesses the community. in Honda had previously provided a grant to assist with establishing the Education Center at the bog. During the kickoff event for the matching contribution effort, Ohio State Rep. John Adams paid tribute to the efforts of Honda and the Friends of Cedar Bog to enhance the educational experiences at this unique natural area. “The bog is a wonderful place that is now being supported with this grant from Honda,” Adams said. “The people at Honda are part of the community, because they make themselves a part of the community, and this is very much appreciated.” Currently containing approximately $334,000 from previous donations, the endowment fund’s interest earnings already are supporting Education Center operations, including the recent installation of a camera security system from Champaign County Telephone Sales and Service. “This matching grant from Honda is providing us the opportunity to work with other supporters throughout the re-

gion to raise a total of $50,000 for the endowment fund,” said William Heitman, Friends of Cedar Bog treasurer. “We are looking forward to strengthening our partnerships in the community, while also increasing awareness of this unique natural area.” As a nonprofit organization, donations to the Friends of Cedar Bog Nature Preserve are tax deductible. Donations to

the campaign can be sent to Friends of Cedar Bog Nature Preserve, c/o 430 Scioto St., Urbana, OH 43078. Cedar Bog Nature Preserve is located on approximately 400 acres four miles south of Urbana, at 980 Woodburn Road, about a mile off U.S. Route 68. To learn more about this unique natural area, visit its at website h t t p : / / w w w. c e d a r

STOCK MARKET Listed are Tuesday’s stock market prices at closing for firms in the Sidney-Shelby County area traded on the major markets. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE This Week Chng. Alcoa Inc...............8.52 +0.20 (PF of Alcoa Building Products, Stolle Machinery) Appld Ind. Tech..36.23 +0.63 +0.73 BP PLC ADR......39.02 +1.14 Citigroup ............27.62 +0.36 Emerson Elec. ....47.05 (PF of Copeland Corp. Division) +0.11 Griffon Corp. ........7.98 (PF of Clopay Corp.) H&R Block Inc...15.12 -0.11 Honda Motor .....31.96 +0.44 +0.46 Ill. Toolworks .....55.48 (Parent company of Peerless) JC Penney Co.....24.17 +0.17 (Store in Piqua) +0.95 JP Morgan Chase33.77 (Former Bank One, Sidney) Kroger Co. ..........21.50 +0.15 (PF of Kroger) -0.02 Meritor .................5.22

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE This Chng. Week +0.43 Lear Corp ...........38.25 (PF of C.H. Masland) +0.92 McDonalds Corp.87.51 Radio Shack .........4.23 +0.04 +2.80 Sherwin-Wllms 133.01 Sprint ...................2.92 +0.09 Thor Industries..28.71 +0.62 (PF of Airstream Inc.) +0.77 Time Warner Inc.35.33 (PF of Time Warner Cable) U.S. Bancorp ......30.63 +0.76 (Former Star Bank of Sidney) +0.03 Walgreen Co.......31.25 Walmart Stores .67.72 +0.19 Wendy’s Int. Inc. ..4.45 -0.02 0 YUM! Brands.....63.50 (PF of Taco Bell, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Pizza Hut) OVER THE COUNTER Bob Evans ..........38.79 +0.38 +0.15 Fifth Third ........12.86 Peoples Bank .......9.19 +0.07

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Karen Dean (left), of Vandalia, with DPL Energy, discusses utilities discounts with Deb Egbert, of Botkins, and Dick Platfoot, of Wapakoneta, during a Sidney-Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Member Benefits Showcase at the Sidney Inn June 7. Platfoot owns Buckeye Electrical Products Inc. in Wapakoneta and Egbert is employed there in quality control. The showcase at the Sidney Inn provided chamber members and other interested business representatives with opportunities to discuss benefits provided to chamber members by more than 15 area service providers.

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Memorial Wilson Hospital president and C E O , Thomas J . B o e ck e r, has announced that Julie Covault, MBA, has b e e n named Covault vice president of finance and chief financial officer (CFO) of the hospital. Prior to this appointment, Covault served as CFO of Wilson Care Inc., the hospital-owned provider network. “Julie has been with Wilson Memorial for over 18 years serving in various leadership positions,” said Boecker. “In all of her roles, she has been central to the coordination, supervision and direction of all dayto-day financial opera-

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Anna Anna Rescue Unit,Po Box 201 Boss Brenda,17800 Wells Rd Brown Chris A,13325 Whitefeather Trl Burden Laura,103 S Second St Deloye Tim J,201 N Linden St Denning Elaine D,303 S Pike St Dsr Llc,202 Commerce Dr Duncum Brad,113 W South St Echols Bob D,408 Tamala Ave Emerson Sheri L,213 Diamond Dr Fetters Belinda,202 E North St Finkenbine Ronald,521 E Main St Fogt Robert W,8765 SR 274 Fogt Shantella M,8765 SR 274 Glover Susie M,14601 Staley Rd Heiland Eileen E,8181 SR 274 Heiland Wilbur H,8181 SR 274 Heilers Alma,11405 SR 119 Henthorn Darrell,Po Box 226 Herrick Wesley A,308 W Main St Hoople Susan,436 Stonehedge Rd Huddleston Jennifer,Po Box 362 Huddleston Tim,Po Box 362 Hull Jaime,Po Box 145 Keys Chris,405 Risha St Longbrake Andilena,17552 High St Madison Building Sys,108 N Pike St Marshall Eric,207 Sapphire Maurer Diane J,Po Box 344 McCarthyville Drive,13300 Bornhorst Rd Newman Samantha,16197 N CR 25a Perez David,317 Ditto St Pettengill Priscila,1706 Lone Pn Phelps Jeannine M,Po Box 325 Phelps Nathan A,Po Box 325 Phelps Nicholas A,Po Box 325 Pleiman Elizabeth,205 S 3rd St Price Jackie,204 N Pike St Rimmer Joe W,206 Linkensmith Dr Roe Rhonda J,8322 SR 274 Roesser Mark,17860 Wells Rd Schwark Margaret,106d Brookside Schwartz Paulette K,205 Lacey Ave Sherman Brandilia,104 N Pike St Smart Norman J,14965 Wenger Rd Smart Veronica S,14965 Wenger Rd Speelman Amanda,14120 Fey Rd Spooner Richard C,c/o Marcia A West Stroh Timothy,401 Ruby Ct Suthers Jessica L,Po Box 484 Suthers Sheryl L,Po Box 484 Swearingin Robert,106 N 3rd St Unverferth Karen S,Po Box 83 Uw Walter G Daniels Jr,Po Box 484 Voisard Ronald L,13155 Sidney Freyburg Rd Warehouse Carpets,202 S Pike St Welsh Dwight A,103 N Linden St Wentz Esther N,208 W South Botkins Bailey Robert,4842 W Paradise Ln Brown Sherry,411 S Main St Burden Troy,200 S Oak Cartwright Marla M,4 Belle Cir Davis Chad,107 Buckingham Pl Featheringham Scott A,12501 Botkins Rd Finkenbine Andrew P,206 Roth St Greve Donald,15257 Botkins Rd Hinz Gertrude,105 Hickory St Holtzapple John,326 King St Ht Concepts Inc,13975 Lock 2 Rd Ht Concepts Inc,Po Box 429 Jackson Susan,4770 Lo Valley Pk Lotridge Enterprises Llc,105 Dinsmote St Marchal Christina R,16638 Southland Rd Marchal Ronald R,16638 Southland Maynard Keyna,Po Box 571 Meyer Yvonne,507 Mound Ct Mullikin Bob,810 Binebill Bay Ott Anna,Po Box 122 Pitts Audrey F,Unit 316 Schwochow William,945 Golden Beech Shank Cody T,Po Box 272 Subert Todd,400 W Walnut Teague Sandy,847 Carson Dr Waterway,8327 Herrington Fort Loramie Barhorst Anthony,Po Box 289 Bender John,Po Box 364 Bruns Adam,11022 SR 364 Goldschmidt Patrick,Po Box 63 Grieshop Jeff,282 Pine Rd Grillod Mike,2593 Cardo Rd Kramer Mark,7384 SR 66 Meyer Michelle,330 Greenback Rd Musser Lori,201 S Wagner Oen Ric,15523 Fryburg Dr Rupert Lynn,18935 SR 501 Schulze Ronald,150 Grandview Dr Seger Trucking Inc,4038 Basingburg Steinamann Michelle,43 Winner Rd Timmerman Angela T,1748 Fortman Vaughan Evan,158 24 Canyon Gln Wallace Rebecca K,4900 SR 47 Houston Beemer Leona A,4755 Stoker Rd Butts Cary,3663 SR 66 Depoyster Elva,3051 Stillwater Rd Depoyster James R,3051 Stillwater Hale Charles,3300 Loramie Washington Rd Jenkins Mary E,5850 Short Rd Kinney Eugene C,2961 Jerome Dr Kinney Nomia B,2961 Jerome Dr Leist David,5995 Dawson Meyer Jackie,6453 Gracely Dr Stephenson Pamela S,6301 Smith Rd Stewart Clarence,Rt 1

Subler Doug,10012 Darke Shelby Rd Thomas Matthew,4636 Russia Houston Rd Jackson Center Bodenmiller Tracy,605 Jackson St Bolin Joseph,208 Davis St Gilfillan Dwane,Po Box 137 Haas Nathan D,Po Box 689 Hudson James,Box 300 Hurley Carlyn J,Po Box 545 Kitchen Dwayne P,507 Davis St Kohler Matthew S,204 Northfork St Lazier Amber R,Po Box 457 McJunkin Russell,109 Jackson St Steenrod Daniel W,103 Island Ave Stephenson Caleb M,214 1/2 Davis St Teasley Cheryl L,15107 Morris Rose Weimert Brian J,300 Clay St Kettlersville Maurer Richard A,16320 Easy St Maurer Virginia G,16320 Easy St Reynolds Lisa,629 Cottage Ave Shroyer Rita,1831 Britton Dr Maplewood Archer Lori,21121 Maplewood Rd Baltzer Helen,5128 Stanley Burton Janet,8069 Pitsburg Lavra Rd Byrge Sarah,4335 Straight Arrow Diment David,1009 W Lake Ave Egbert Debra J,22323 SR 47 Gutierrez Jesse,1815 W 8th St Hawyer Mildred E,13707 Tawawa Maplewood Kingdom Enterprises,Po Box 108 Kock Donald,3575 Century Ci Lewis Joseph,Po Box 208 Mabrey Christy,943 W North Spicer Jane,21070 SR 47 Truax Shannon L,11937 Clay St Pemberton Johnson Judy,Po Box 112 Reed Eric,6685 Palestine St Shank Cody T,6681 Center St Strozdas Dee,2727 Wells Ford Travis Brenda,4040 Russia Versailles Port Jefferson Elmare David,Po Box 104 Knoll Cheryl,3863 N 875w Larue Amy,108 Canal St Lemaster Patrick,202 W Main St McIntosh Eric,417 Glenn Myers Ronald L,Po Box 45 Russia Apple Christopher P,1821 Miami Shelby Baker Anthony S,3833 Miami Shelby Dick Dora,1170 Toracero Francis Missy,Po Box 396 Gariety Iona,1400 Miller Rd Hammons T,85 Versailles Rd Hernandez Saul,266 Butternut Ct Minster Farmers Comp,109 Lynn St Paul Thomas,1800 Kelch Road Schulze Elizabeth,1180 Fessler Buxton Rd Seger MelIIssa,888 Redmond Rd Shade Gregory,2665 Russia Versailles Stahl Douglas L,3510 Redmond Rd Stahl Kelly R,3510 Redmond Rd Voisard Eugene S,Po Box 276 Voisard Paul J,103 Highland Ave Wickline Bebeccp,95 S Spling St Sidney Accuntius Dolcie L,RR 4 Adkins Dannie,429 Ironwood Dr Adkins Kyle,1720 Wapak Ave Agner James L,230 S Walnut Ailes Frances C,2028 Old English Ct Albers Emily,529 N Miami Ave Althaus Mary J,324 W Russell Rd Alvetro Lisa Dds Msd,1102 Fairington Dr American Land Invest,10480 Lockard Amos Press Inc,Po Box 150 Amrine Homer C,208 Grove St Anderson Margarithe V,Apt 110 Apple Chalmers S,Rd1 Arbogast Guy R,406 S Miami Ave Area Energy & Electric,2001 Commerce Dr Arnold Sherry,815 Arnold Ba Abdoulaye,953 Buckeye Ave Bailey Jeremy,2702 Leslie Ln Baldwin Dennis,314 Kossuth St Balloons Party Creat,109 S Ohio Ave Barhorst D M,19900 Elton Rd Barhorst M K,19900 Elton Rd Battson Alma B,1527 Fair Oaks Baumfolder Corp,Po Box 728 Bbi Enterprises,1167 S Fourth Ave Beatty Karen,549 Springdale Rd Becker Michael R,Po Box 299 Bedford Opal,328 S Walnut Ave Beemer John,14400 Runor Dr Bell Douglas,2617 Terry Hawk Berlekamp Kyle,10971 Russell Rd Bernardi Matthew C Jr,18816 Deam Bertsch Jan E,1137 Fairmont Dr Bertsch Janell E,1137 Fairmont Dr Betty Stimpson,1477 Liberty Ct Bickford Thomas,10950 Scorr Rd Blake Janice A,7375 E Balfoure Cir Blankenship K D,5635 Wright Puthoff Blankenship Rebecca L,5635 Wright Puthoff Boerger Elizabeth,449 Lunar St Bozarth Kelli,516 Addy Ave Brautigam Eugene,1517 N Main Ave Brautigam Rebekah J,18290 Deam Rd Brenner Ella,2816 N Broadway St

NOTICE: If you have made a claim for your unclaimed property, or if you previously received a refund of your unclaimed property, please read this notice. You may be entitled to an additional amount of money. On April 8, 2009, the Ohio Supreme Court, in a class action lawsuit called Sogg v. Zurz, ruled that the part of the Ohio Unclaimed Funds Act that ended the statutory requirement that the Ohio Dept. of Commerce pay interest earned on unclaimed funds is unconstitutional. As a result of that decision, the Division will now have to return interest to persons who made successful claims for the return of their unclaimed money, and those who previously received their unclaimed funds back may be entitled to an additional amount. The Ohio Supreme Court has returned the case to the Franklin County Common Pleas Court to decide issues related to payment of the interest, including those persons who

I thought that was really nice of them, and I knew she would love it. Well, the birthday celebration didn’t happen because she called a half an hour before we were to meet and left a message on my cellphone saying, “Hi, Margo. Mike just called and asked me to go with him to a fraternity party, and he’s picking me up in half an hour. You know I have a big crush on him, so I said yes. I know you’ll understand. Love ya!” She’s still my friend, and I love her, but I don’t understand how she could do this to me after

we made big plans. I think she should have just told Mike that it was her birthday and she had already made plans to celebrate with a friend. I think you will agree. Now I really need your advice because this is the hard part. Should I discuss her rudeness with her, or should I pretend that “I understand” why she skipped spending her birthday with me as planned? — Margo, Miami Beach, Fla. MARGO: I find it odd that Mike waited so late to get a date for the frat party. But Teri should

The Ohio Department of Commerce John Kasich Governor

David Goodman Director

SHELBY COUNTY Unclaimed Funds Accounts 2012

The following is a list of current or former county residents who had unclaimed funds worth $50 or more reported to the Ohio Department of Commerce’s Division of Unclaimed Funds within the past year. Check your name and your relatives’ and friends’ names in this year’s list. Owners’ names are listed under the hometown of the last known address reported to the Division. If you see a possible name match, you can choose one of the following ways to start the process to claim your money: Go to the Division of Unclaimed Funds’ Web site at Follow the directions to print your claim form. Complete the form and mail it with a copy of the required proof to:


Complete and mail the Unclaimed Funds Coupon. The Division of Unclaimed Funds will then mail a claim form to you if there is an actual match.

The Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Unclaimed Funds 77 South High Street, 20th Floor Columbus, OH 43215-6108 Remember: The accounts listed here are only those $50 or more received in the last year; so even if you don’t see your name here, check the Web site at for a full list of owners. UNCLAIMED FUNDS COUPON

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PLEASE PRINT name: address: city: What counties has that person lived in?

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Mail t his c oupon t o t he address list ed above. Brinkman Amanda,680 Doorley Rd Brittingham James,500 W North St Brittingham Janice,500 W North St Broaddrick Kyle J,10121 Northmoor Brown Jamie,5880 SR 29 Brown Keith,3907 Frazier Guy Rd Brown Michael R,208 Grove St Brown Nicholas C,1136 Hamilton Ct Burns Roy M,Rd 1 Buschman Charlotte,Overland Dr Callahan Booker T,323 S Miami Ave Carey Ryan W,820 S Walnut Ave Carey Stacey,702 E Court St Cartwright Christopher W,2234 Broadway Ave Chen Gang,603 Maywood Pl Chiles Gillum Amanda,1602 Park St Cilerman Jill,2335 Collins Dr Clark Jessica L,261 W Pinehurst St Clark Verona,RR 8 Clean All Services,825 W Russell Cobb Vivian D,1102 Hayes St Collins Laura P, Conner Paul,121 W Poplar St Continental Express Inc,10450 SR 47 Cotner Barbara Y,103 Edgewood Dr Cotterman Ernest L,1358 Logan Ct Couthut Gary,606 Foraker Ave Craun Stephanie,1128 Amherst Dr Crull Kyle M,514 W North St Cummings F,6999 Johnston Slagle Curtis Craig,3000 Schenk Rd Daniel Tanya M,Po Box 884 Daniels Jody,628 Linden Ave Darby Jamie L,228 S Vandemark Rd Davidson Karen E,1702 N Main Ave Davis Brian C,17077 Green Rd Deiser Elmer,1219 Evergreen Depinet Christopher,330 N Wagner

Dewhitte Agency,Po Box 500 Dillion Helen T,228 Brooklyn Ave Donaldson Scott,342 Apollo Dr Duhaime Robert,3289 Leatherwood Crk Echols Matthew,3769 Beulah Dr Ellis Grace E,1620 Fair Oaks Elmore William,1505 Spruce Ave Emerson Climate Technologies,Po Box 4309 Eversman Edna,RR 1 Fahrnow Tara,723 N Main Farraj Robby,113 N Highland Ave Ferree Amy,1300 St Marys Ave Ferree Kim,2996 Jonathan Dr Firestone Eric P,17500 Sharp Rd Fisher Jack,1721 Letitia Dr Fisher Jack D,1721 Letitia Dr Fisher Jack D,308 Bon Air Dr Fitzgerald Allen S,1465 E Court St Foster Artillus,104 N Wilkinson Foster Erin,21570 Tawawa Rd Foust Mildred M,2805 Wapakoneta Francis Leon J,313 S Vandemark Rd Frantz Louis H,1203 Colonial Dr Fries Eric F,9249 Hardin Wapak Rd Frost Jack,314 Michigan Ave Gariety Ashley,936 Buckeye Ave Gariety Ashley,Po Box 761 Gaylor Dave,1710 Wapakoneta Ave Gaylor David,1224 E Hoewisher Rd Ginn Vera D,1510 Bon Air Cir Goings Rebecca,134 Vandemark Rd Good Ralph,Rr 1 Graham Tonya L,321 Jefferson St Gray William J Dpm,1170 W Michigan Green Kyle L,2513 Apache Dr Greer James F,738 East Ave

are eligible for payment, the amount of interest owed to those persons, and how that interest should be calculated and paid. THERE IS NOTHING YOU NEED TO DO AT THIS TIME, other than update your address, if necessary. If you are eligible to recover money from the judgment, you will be contacted in the manner and at the time instructed by the Franklin County Common Pleas Court. Please DO NOT contact the Court about this case. The Division will continue to process and make payment of unclaimed funds to qualifying claimants. Although the Division will be revising its procedures to facilitate the payment of interest, it cannot begin to calculate and pay interest on those claims at this time until it receives further instructions from the Court. All eligible claimants receiving payment of unclaimed funds from April 8, 2009 forward will be notified regarding payment of any interest due as ordered by the

have told Mike, “Thanks, but I’ve already made plans to spend the evening with my best friend, but please call me again.” Even though I disagree with the way Teri spent her birthday celebration, you have to cut her a little slack. When someone she has a crush on called and invited her to a fraternity party, it was difficult to say no. Blame her decision on the fact that she was surprised to hear the invitation and it caused her not to think clearly. When you see her, ask her if she had a good Grimes Sharon S,16455 Sharp Rd Gruebmeyer Edward,313 Doering St Gruebmeyer Edward A,313 Doering Guichot Marie,2431 Apache Guren Jay,14444 Woodlawn Hammons Amy M,210 Sophia Ave Hanson Pipe,4625 Harow Wapak Rd Harshbarger Barbara A,791 W Parkwood Haynes Madge,1138 Broadway Ave Heckman Construction,525 Chestnut Helman Kevin,210 E Dallas St Helsinger Kristen D,2873 N Kuther Helyn H Spinner Tod,515 Aurora Pl Henry Sara J,811 Arrowhead Dr Herdt M E,19900 Elton Rd Herier Viola P,660 W Parkwood St Hicks Sandra,729 Arrowhead Dr Highley Dean,17290 Sidney Plattsville Rd Hines Terry L,1563 E Court St Hoaglin Donald,10980 Millcreek Rd Hockaday Collision Repair,14400 Runor Dr Holtzapple Joshua,4137 Hardin Wapak Hook Linda V,227 Maple St Hughes Rick,401 N Walnut Ave Hughes Roberta,7243 Tawawa Maplewood Rd Hughes Teresa,842 Fielding Rd Hulsmeye Albright G,RR 5 Hume Trixie,325h W North St Hutchinson Rani K,768 Country Side Hutchison Kenneth H,3003 Cisco Rd Hutchison Norma E,3003 Cisco Rd Jackson Howard,303 Dorman Dr Johnson Marlene S,1284 Turner Dr Jones Mary E,431 N Miami Ave Jones Patricia F,823 Mt Vernon Jones Teresa,590 Doorley Rd Jones Tharon,8040 W Russell Rd Jordan Mark,190 Plum Ridge Josyule Krishna,500 N Vandemark Rd Karn Tara C,616 E Parkwood Kbt Inc,Po Box 768 Kennedy Ivan,224 N Main Ave Kennedy Tammy J,771 Campbell Rd Kerns Rodney Physical Therapy,915 W Michigan Ave Kies Theresa,10360 Millcreek Rd Kilian Jennifer,322 Riverside Dr Kirby Elizabeth,2360 Wapkoneta Ave Kister Tom,422 Pinewood Ave Klauss Brent R,1050 St Marys Rd Knouff Joel M,1195 Rees Dr Kocher Allison,1280 Tully Dr Kolsky Stacy,10930 Comanche Dr Kovacs Mary Jane,718 S Walnut Ave Kuhlenbeck Kelly,17399 SR 47 Kuroiwa Masakatfu,777 S Kuther Rd Landis Bruce,412 1/2 N Walnut Ave Langley Janet,1830 Glenn Pl Langley Ronald,1830 Glenn Pl Laplante Mike,1991 St Marys Ave Larison Seldon,2971 Leatherwood Crk Lassus Handy Dandy,1301 Wapakoneta Latimer Wayne,1563 E Court St Lauterbur Richard,551 Culvert Lease Bethel,1210 Willow Pl Lee Pat,2354 Country Manor Dr Leighty William E,1637 Beck Dr Leiss William,16455 Sharp Rd Lentine Dorothy L,322 W Russell Liette Jordon,1746 Summit Link Zenith A,5114 Dormire Rd Litz Scott,500 N Vandemark Rd Loeffler Michael,467 W Parkwood St Luce Mildred A,2500 N Kuther Rd Luellen Deborah E,313 Williams St Lyons Paul C,8541 Greenville Rd Mama Rosas Llc,1910 Fair Rd Manger Chad,10822 CR 25a Martin Benjamin,2132 Wells Dr Martin Mildred,Rr 1 Maurer Brittany,17711 Kettlersville Maurer Sharon,17711 Kettlersville Mayberry Coila G,Rr 4 McCoy John,112 E North St McKnight Michael S,Po Box 174 Meyer Dwight,405 N Ohio Ave Middleton Kathleen,1306 Hilltop Miles Shane,1256 Taft Ave Miller,424 S Main Ave Miller Christian A,1819 Cheryl Pl Miller Clarence R,334 Grove St Miller Douglas W,144800 Harmon Miller Kirstie Lynn,1819 Cheryl Pl Minix Randell,717 Johnston Dr Minster Village Of,5 W Fourth St Mitchell Flora M,103 S Pomeroy Ave Mohan Franklin S C,Po Box 352 Monnin Mary,1075 St Marys Ave Monnin Richard F,1075 St Marys Morrow Amanda D,430 Kossuth St Morrow Elva,2901 Fair Rd Neal Louise,South St Ness Brad,2554 Alpine Ct Newell Ivan,682 W Hoewisher Rd Ngo Philip T,815d Arrowhead Dr Nishikawa Teiji,2360 Wapakoneta Nitchman Mindy,827 Arrowhead Dr Nollinger Dean F,10832 Mohawk Ct North Craig,313 E Court St Odle M,124 Bon Air Dr Orl Inc,Yager Bldg #301 Osborne Virginia M,3576 Wapakoneta Osborne William A,2760 Kristy Way Palmer Kenneth,11900 Fair Rd Parker Linda,806 Arrowheaol Dr Patel Jayesh,9002 W Michigan St Patterson Tammy,304 Lindsey Rd Pedigo Steve,608 W North St Peters Robert M,1510 Bon Air Cir Phelps Faith Ic,430 Kossuth St Poeppelman Neal P,12883 Sharp Rd Poeppelman Tracy N,12883 Sharp Potts Dale,Linden

time and if she plans on seeing him again. She is still your closest friend, so do your very best not to be “catty,” but continue enjoying a marvelous friendship. Getting on her case could put a dent in the friendship you both share. That is not necessary and would serve no good purpose. Dr. Robert Wallace welcomes questions from readers. Although he is unable to reply to all of them individually, he will answer as many as possible in this column. Email him at Putman Kelly,227 N Miami Ave Randolph Mildred,S Main Reagan Robert E,346 Frazier Guy Renal Care Group,Po Box 4367 Richwood Building Prod Inc,2405 Campbell Road Rml Affordable Furniture,1278 Wapakoneta Ave Roberts John,422 S Franklin St Ross Casting Innovation,Po Box 89 Rules Sta T,515 Aurora Pl Rupert Samuel,534 Jefferson St Russell Myra L,525 Chestnut Ave Russell Steve S,410 Belmont Ave Samuelson Annette D,228 Williams Samuelson John,228 Williams St Sanders Krystal,2573 Apache Dr Saunders Leona C,837 Third Ave Schachner Rosemary,2521 Wells Dr Schiff Raymond,1345 Corry St Schmidt Mildred,201 E Pinehurst St Schmitmeyer Mark,1317 Garfield Schulte Valerie,728 Westover Dr Schutte Amie,538 S Franklin Ave Schutte David,2360 Wapak Ave Selis Tracy,5635 Wright Puthoff Serenity Medical Massage,1460 Dorsey Hageman Rd Serna Jose P,736 Country Side Ln Shank Lee J,101 Hill Ave Shelby Co Kidney Center,Po Box 4367 Shelby County Emergency,800 Fair Shelby County Humane Society,Po Box 203 Shively Ernest M,432 S West Ave Shue Grace,123 N Miami Ave Sidney Daily News,Po Box 4099 Siler Hannah,781 Campbell Rd Skillman Karen,632 Folkerth Ave Smith Connie,918 S Mason Rd Smith Doris N,516 Uhle Pl Smith Kendra K,1226 Turner Dr Smith Lloyd O,516 Uhle Pl Snyder Stella,Rr 1 Song Jian,603 Maywood Pl Sparks Edward P Jr,1400 Pt Jefferson Spradling Sue E,760 Country Side Stang Timothy J,712 Chestnut Ave Stangel David A,363 Lindsey Rd Stewart Stephen,1675 W Campbell Stewart Ty W,520 Railroad St Stiefel Craig A,1401 Spruce Ave Stiefel Nathan M,1401 Spruce Ave Stiefel Seth,1401 Spruce Ave Stocker Sheila,924 E Parkwood Stotler Brian,705 W North St Sturn Coyla,3rd Ave Sturtevant Will,870 S Main Ave Sullivan Stanley,821 F Arrowhead Sunco Yt,2000 Aceir Rd Supinger Shirley,133 E Main Suttles Lucinda,347 E Court St Suzuki Norio,332 Ironwood Dr Swearingen James H,510 Buckeye Swiger Dana,809 Arrowhead Dr Taborn Barbara A,750 Campbell Rd Tauber Julie,413 Hall Ave Tennery David H,1366 River Rd Thomas Norman,128 N Pomeroy Ave Thorne Marline,604 E Russell Rd Thornton Sarah,375 W Parkwood St Titus Isaac,18913 Sidney Plattsville Trapp Kyle D,9956 SR 47w Triggs Marshall,837 N Buckeye Triple M Farms Inc,2498 Hardin Wapak Tucker Ryan L,500 N Vandemark Rd Turner Raymond,4091 Hardin Wapak Tyree Howard I,314 N West Ave Uppenkamp Ellen M,625 Broadway Uppenkamp Robert P,625 Broadway Usda Farm Service Agency,820 Fair Vance Jared,1302 Spruce Ave Vanskaik Edward,233 Gemini St Velasquez Moreno Magali,1020 Maple St Vfw Post 4239 V F,2841 Wapakoneta Voisard Angie,121 Canal Pl Vore Brenda J,315 Enterprise Ave Vorhees Jeffrey J,1461 Carrol St Waldroop Gerri,10953 Comanche Waldroop Gerri D,10953 Commanche Dr Waldroop Samuel,10953 Comanche Walker c/o Faye,608 E Parkwood Warr Younouss,500 N Vandemark Watanabe Natsumi,1161 E Hoewisher Rd Watercutter Rita J,1647 Miami Conservancy Weidner Nathan,7811 Stoker Rd Weipert Mary E,145 Brooklyn Ave Welch Thomas,608 E Parkwood Wells Judith J,11109 Skyline Dr Westerbeck Barry,883 Crescent Dr White Dorothy,417 4th Ave Wick Marcus,933 CR 25 A Wiesenmayer Rob,113 North Ohio Wilf Marjorie,1850 Shepherdet Williams Kendra R,2155 St Marys Williams Riana,404 Syracuse Ave Williams Tracy L,726 St Marys Ave Williamson Sean,1347 Logan Ct Willow Brook Counseling,113 N Ohio Ave Wilson Linda L,523 N Miami Ave Wilson Memorial Hospital,915 W Michigan St Winchester Johnny R,813 N Main Winemiller Christopher A,1947 Fair Oaks Wise Lena M,217 Drum St Wolaver Debbie Slife,425 Linden Wooten Corey D,Po Box 4831 Wu Xing D,603 Maywood Pl Zama Pauline,500 N Vandemark


is “lady’s night DR. WALout.” LACE: Teri is It was Teri’s my very best 18th birthday friend. We are last Friday, and closer than siswe had made ters, even plans that we closer than would go out to a twin sisters! nice restaurant We always go to a movie to’Tween (my treat) for and then gether on Fri12 & 20 dinner to our movie. I day nights and Dr. Robert even called the have a snack Wallace restaurant for a afterwards. been reservation. We’ve doing this for over a When I told them it was year, and we both look my friend’s 18th birthforward to it because we day, they said they always have fun when would have a small cake we’re together. I have a with a candle on it and boyfriend, and he under- the waiters would sing, stands that every Friday “Happy Birthday” to her.

Court. UPDATE YOUR ADDRESS: It is important that the Division have your current address information. If you have moved since your claim for unclaimed funds was paid, please provide an updated address to the Ohio Division of Unclaimed Funds. To do this, please mail any change of address to the Ohio Department of Commerce, Division of Unclaimed Funds, 77 S. High St., 20th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215-6108. Include your full name, the name of the original owner of the unclaimed funds or the unclaimed funds claim number, former address, current address, and daytime telephone number. You can obtain a copy of the Ohio Supreme Court’s decision, entitled Sogg v. Zurz, Slip Opinion No. 2009-Ohio1526, from the Ohio Supreme Court’s website: rod/docs/pdf/0/2009/2009-Ohio-1526.pdf


Sidney Daily News,Wednesday, June 13, 2012

MUNICIPAL COURT phone-harassment charge that was amended to disorderly conduct. The court suspended five days of the sentence and if fines and costs are paid in full, five days may be reconsidered. • Daniel Stant, 18, 1009 River Bend Blvd., was fined $150 and costs and sentenced to five days in jail on a theft charge that was amended to attempted theft. Jail may be reconsidered if fines and costs and restitution of $9.69 are paid in full. • Jason H. King, 30, 508 1/2 S. West Ave., was fined $50 and costs for fishing without a license. • Stephanie Copeland, 18, 330 Park St., was fined $50 and costs and sentenced to three days in jail on a criminal trespassing charge. The court suspended the jail sentence on condition she does not trespass on the property again. • Kathryn L. Howell, 18, 330 Park St., was fined $50 and costs and sentenced to three days in jail for trespassing. The court suspended the jail sentence on condition she stays off the premises involved in the case. • Alisha Johnson, 22, 318 N. Ohio Ave., was fined $75 and costs on a complicity charge that was amended to disorderly conduct. • Tessa Schmidt, 18, 324 E. Washington St., was fined $50 and costs for underage consumption of alcohol. • Isaac J. Pulfer, 18, 1225 Garfield Ave., was fined $150 and costs on a criminal trespassing charge. • Donald L. Sharp Jr., 40, 3051 Thompson-Schiff Road, was fined $375 and costs, sentenced to five days in jail and his driver’s license was suspended for six months for driving while under the influence. Jail may be reconsidered if he completes an alcohol-intervention program and pays fines and costs in full. • Levi P. Combs, 20, 1508 Grove St., was fined $375 and costs, sentenced to five days in jail and his driver’s license was suspended for six months for failing a blood-alcohol breath test. Jail may be reconsidered if fines and costs are paid in full. • Jade A. Phillips, 22, at large, was fined $75 and costs for driving while under restrictions. • Michael L. Spencer Jr., 24, 602 N. Wagner Ave., was fined $250 and costs and sentenced to 80 hours of community service for driving while under suspension. If fines and costs are paid in full, 40 hours of community service may be reconsidered. • Courtney G. Griffis, 21, 10839 Mohawk Court, was fined $150 and costs for driving without a license. • Jesse M. Fitzgerald, 29, 424 Elm St., was fined $150 and costs and sentenced to 40 hours of community service on a charge of driving with an expired license and also fined $50 and costs for a seatbelt violation. Twenty hours of community service may be reconsidered if fines and costs are paid in full. • Failure to display a license charges against Roger A. Williams Jr., 30, of Kettering, were dis-

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missed at the request of the prosecutor. • Amanda M. Smith, 30, 619 N. Miami Ave., was fined $35 and costs for a child-restraintsystem violation. • Blake R. Howell, 23, 13856 State Route 274, Botkins, was fined $50 and costs on a followingtoo-closely charge that was amended to driving without lighted lights. • Vernon L. Castle III, 40, 317 Buckeye Ave., was fined $35 and costs for a child-restraint-system violation, $30 for a seatbelt violation and $25 for driving on the wrong side of the roadway. Court fines These people recently paid fines and costs totaling $135 (unless noted) for various violations as follows: Alyssa M. Burton, 19, 1200 Cinnamon Ridge Drive, fishing without a license, $155. Joshua G. Clark, 24, 506 1/2 S. West Ave., following too closely, $136. James Mosier, 27, 18563 Herring Road, following too closely, $136. Danielle M. Lyons, 22, 2360 Wapakoneta Ave., Apt.118, reasonable control, $136. Alan M. Gepfrey, 38, 5130 Johnston-Slagle Road, speeding. Shawn J. Griffith, 21, 225 Pomeroy Ave., U-turn violation, $130. Amanda J. Smith, 31, 11122 Sidney-Freyburg Road, seatbelt, $116. Rodney L. Unverferth, 47, 212 Sapphire St., Anna, seatbelt, $116. Amanda M. Couse, 24, 13 Settlers Lane, Minster, speeding. Lee R. Homan, 24, 221 Robb St., Apt., A, Jackson Center, speeding. Matthew L. Rittenberry, 22, 300 Clay St., lot 16, Jackson Center, seatbelt, $116.

BY FRANCIS DRAKE What kind of day will tomorrow be? To find out what the stars say, read the forecast given for your birth sign. For Thursday, June 14, 2012 ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Your imagination will influence your finances today, which is why you’re thinking about big, moneymaking schemes. It’s also why you’re tempted to spend too much on elegant luxuries. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) You’re sensitive to the moods of others today. Naturally, people will eagerly talk to you because they sense your sympathy and compassion! GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Because you feel sympathetic to someone, especially someone in need, you will put the needs of others before your own today. It’s sort of a Mother Teresa thing. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) If you can join forces with others today or be active in a charitable organization, you will find it extremely rewarding. This is because your desire to help those in need is heightened. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Even if for just a brief moment, you will be noticed by others today. Quite likely, they will see you as someone who is caring and sympathetic. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) This is a lovely day for you, because your appreciation of beauty is heightened. Give yourself a chance to enjoy beautiful things and beautiful places. Visit parks, art galleries, museums and beautiful buildings. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) If sharing something with others today, you will be generous. You will

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In Sidney Municipal Court Tuesday morning, Judge Duane Goettemoeller fined Josh Root, 33, 625 Buckeye Ave., $250 and costs and sentenced him to 30 days in jail on an assault charge that was amended to disorderly conduct. He will receive credit for one day served and may complete 80 hours of community service in lieu of 20 days jail. If fines and costs are paid in full, the balance of the jail sentence may be reconsidered. • Terra A. Williams, 19, 12017 State Route 362, Minster, was fined $100 and costs and sentenced to 30 days in jail on a falsification charge. • Auttie S. King, 18, at large, was fined $150 and costs and sentenced to 90 days in jail on a criminal damaging charge. The court suspended 30 days on the sentence and he will be permitted to complete the Shelby House program in lieu of 40 days jail. The balance of the sentence may be reconsidered if fines and costs are paid in full. • Joel Weaver, 20, 114 Liberty St., Quincy, was fined $375 and costs, sentenced to five days in jail and his driver’s license was suspended for six months for failing a bloodalcohol breath test. If fines and costs are paid in full and he completes an alcohol intervention program, jail may be reconsidered. • Mohammad S. Mudtafa, 18, of Rossville, Ill., was fined $100 and costs, sentenced to eight days in jail, with credit for three days granted, and his driver’s license was suspended for 90 days for failing a blood-alcohol breath test. Jail may be reconsidered if he completes an alcohol-intervention program and pays fines and costs in full. • Ashley N. Fuller, 25, 848 Fielding Road, was fined $150 and costs and sentenced to 30 days in jail for contempt of court in a driving while under suspension case. She will receive credit for one day served, and if fines and costs are paid in full, and she obtains a valid driver’s license, 29 days of the sentence may be reconsidered. • Sandra K. Deal, 50, 307 Karen St., was fined $150 and costs and ordered to complete 20 hours of community service for driving while under suspension. Community service may be reconsidered if fines and costs are paid in full. In Municipal Court Monday, Goettemoeller ordered William R. Rose, 44, 503 Buckeye Ave., held for action of Shelby County Common Pleas Court on felony rape charges. Bond of $10,000 was transferred to the county court. • Victoria B. Brussell, 22, 12048 State Route 362, Minster, was fined $100 and costs and sentenced to 10 days in jail on a disorderly conduct charge. She may be evaluated for drug/alcohol abuse in lieu of five days jail, and if fines and costs are paid in full, the balance of the jail time may be reconsidered. • Justin E. Wigginton, 25, 402 N. Miami Ave., Apt. B2, was fined $125 and costs and sentenced to 10 days jail on a tele-


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Fort Loramie Local Schools FORT LORAMIE — Fort Loramie Local Schools have announced the honor roll for the fourth nine weeks grading period of the 2011-12 school year. 12th grade A: Megan Ahrns, Ryan Humphreys, Victoria Long, Katherine Meyer and Elizabeth Timmerman. A minus: Benjamin Barhorst, John Barhorst, Stephanie Bergman, Megan Chaney, Jake Cordonnier, Kylie Drees, Kathryn Eilerman, Brad Goldschmidt, Brent Goldschmidt, Amy Pleiman, Siera Swob and Roxanne Yates. B plus: Cody Arkenberg, Matthew Carter, Emily Chaney, Veronica Joshua Eidemiller, Frilling, Andrew Gaier, Leah Grewe, Joel Hilgefort, Austin Luebke, Brian Luttmer, Taylor Katelyn Middendorf, Plas, Morgan Rethman, Doug Seger and Taylor Sheipline. B Honor Roll: Jared Albers, Jae Barhorst, Anthony Bergman, Hillary Blagg, Kyle Fullenkamp, Julia Holthaus, Brett Langenkamp and Victoria Pleiman. 11th grade A: Brandon Barlage, Brandon Eilerman, Seth Guillozet, Amanda Holdheide, Paige Ordean, Lexie Rindler and Danielle Wehrman. A minus: Megan Regina Bollheimer, Brandewie, Jacob Branscum, Dylan Fleckenstein, Lindsey Hilgefort, Michelle Holthaus, Rebecca Holthaus, Victoria Rosengarten, Alaina Schulze, Sam Schulze, Ashley Siwek, Mandesha Thornton, Macy Turner and Selene Waters. B Plus: Dylan Aselage, Lyndsey Coverstone, Clay Hoying, Lauren Luthyman and Jhon Pangilinan. B honor roll: Brittany Aufderhaar, Meghan Bruns, Cole Koogler, Sara Koverman, Hayley Puthoff, Blake Ransdell and Jason Streib. 10th grade A: Madelyn Geise, Julie Hoying and

Meg Westerheide. A minus: Katie Ahrns, Toni Berning, Amy Holthaus, Tyler Kazmaier, Cole Meyer, Hannah Meyer, McKenzie Middendorf, Ashley Ordean, Morgan Siegel, Rebecca Stricker and Taylor Zimmerman. B plus: Elizabeth Barhorst, Jena Drees, Megan Imwalle, Matthew Langenkamp, Tara Luebke, Andrew Meyer, Renae Meyer, Morgan Pleiman, Darian Rose, Hope Ruhenkamp and Travis Siegel. B honor roll: Kenna Armstrong, Troy Benanzer, Taylor Broerman, Douglas Gigandet, Abby Goubeaux, Sara Meyer, Kyle Pleiman, Craig Poeppelman, Evan Riethman, Tanner Rittenhouse, Trey Rittenhouse and Logan Schwartz. 9th grade A : Hallie Benanzer, Sara Bornhorst, Cole Cordonnier, Caleb Hoelscher, Sara Maurer, Colleen Poeppelman and Clint Ratterman. A minus: Rachel Bollheimer, Kelly Brandewie, Regann Geise, Lukas Gigandet, Holthaus, Danielle David Holthaus, Jerrica Holthaus, Elizabeth Kunkler, Rachel Stager, Kelly Turner and Clair Wilt. B plus: Andrew Grewe, Janell Hoying, Jordyn Humphreys, Erin McGowan and Joseph Seger. B: Jillian Barga, Kellen Berning, Alex Dickerson, Brittany Eilerman, Kaytlinn Francis, Ty Frilling, Lukas Gephart, Tara Holthaus, Jordan Meyer, Thomas Meyer, Ashley Pleiman, Lindsey Pleiman, Sarah Puthoff, Amanda Seger and Hailey Wray. 8th grade A: Hillary Benanzer, Janelle Bollheimer, Logan Brackman, Makenna Geise, Claire Kazmaier, Jacob Kitzmiller, Lauren Meyer, Nicholas Ruhenkamp and Rachel Schmitmeyer. A minus: Mark Ballas, Kierstin Benanzer, Audrey Bender, Maddison Brandewie, Timothy Brown, Justin Eilerman,

Hollan Frey, Blake Gaier, Riley Hausfeld, Kaitlyn Hoying, Samantha Kunkler, Noel Mescher, Andrea Meyer, Kevin Meyer, Aaron Plas, Alyson Poeppelman, Kristin Ratermann, Brooke Ruhenkamp, Aaron Schwartz, Lauren Siegel, Jessica Stephens and Drew Wehrman. B plus: Jason Ahrns, Samantha Bensman, Jessica Boerger, Shelby Bohman, Luke Carter, Dylan Eilerman, Ashley Frilling, Taylor Gasson, Travis Hilgefort, Melanie Kremer, Kara Magoteaux, Julie May, Courtney Norris, Patrick Pangilinan, Brad Pleiman, Olivia Quinter, Connor Rose, Renee Seger and Gus Siegel. B honor roll; John Chaney, Allen Deloye, McKenzie Eilerman, Nicole Kessler, Mikaela McGee, Weston Puthoff, Jared Regula, Tanner Rosengarten, Josh Schulze, Darrin Seger, Josh Siegel, Racin Waters, Jaelin Wyatt and Jeremy Yates. 7th grade A: Thomas Ballas, Caleigh Barhorst, Logan Barlage, Taylor Boerger, Taylor Ernst, Maddison Fortman, Aliya Holdheide, Kaitlyn Luebke, Connor Meiring, Regan Middendorf and Carter Siegel. A minus: Hunter Barga, Brianna Barlage, Daniel Berning, Ethan Hunter Broerman, Drees, Reyan Frey, Cody Gasson, Logan Gigandet, Bradley Goettemoeller, Maeve Hilgefort, Alec Holthaus, Emily Knouff, Megan Koppin, Kara Langenkamp, Megan Maurer, Allison Meyer, Cody Pleiman, Nathan Pleiman, Kayla Rosengarten, Tate Sholtis, Luke Stager, Sara Stang, Emily Traub, Darren Turner and Jake Ward. B plus: Karlee Barlage, Lauren Birkmeyer, Rebeccah DeLoye, Frank Meyer, Nicholas Pleiman, Marissa Reithman and Alex Wilt. B honor roll: Morgan Heise, Alan Holtheide, Corey Mangas, Amanda Pottorf, Sonny Puthoff and Duvaul Thornton.

Friends funds purchase library cupboards, books

Plant open house planned FORT LORAMIE — The village of Fort Loramie and Fanning & Howey Engineering are hosting an open house at Fort Loramie’s new water treatment plant on Friday and Saturday. The new plant is located at 605 E. Park St. in the village. Hours are 1 to 4 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.

station, money has helped fund the library’s Summer Reading party and the purchase of new books. Future purchases will include additional cupboards, a new chair in which to relax and read, and a memorial display showcase. This year’s book sale will be held Sept. 14 and 15, the same weekend as the village’s garage sales and the Fort Loramie Lake Fest. It will be held

at the Community building next to the tennis courts. Area residents are asked to call Vicki Cotrell or Sue Eilerman to bring book donations to their homes or the branch library when a contribution is ready. Encyclopedias or magazines should be brought to the village’s recycling center in the industrial park as these items do not resell.

ADULTS OVERSEE a tug-of-war contest between youngsters during the weekend’s Family Fun Fling at Lake Loramie State Park.

Family Fun Fest entertains FORT LORAMIE — Lake Loramie’s seventh annual Family Fun Fling was held Friday and Saturday, beginning with a movie and craft time for families. Saturday morning

there was face painting for youngsters by naturalist Kelsey Brockman and other park volunteers. Later in the afternoon families joined hillbilly golf, bean bag tossing, cornhole, volley-

ball, tug-of-war, ball toss and hat-stacking games. Bingo and door prizes followed Saturday evening. The annual event was led by the Lake Loramie and Grand Lake St. Marys Camper Hosts.

Cutest baby contest opens FORT LORAMIE — A Cutest Baby Picture Contest will once again be a feature of Fort Loramie Liberty Day, sponsored by the Loramie Cancer Crusaders Relay for Life team. Voting will take place on the festival grounds June 29 and 30 during the celebration. The winning entry will be announced the afternoon of July 1. Votes may be cast by making a minimum $1 donation from 5 p.m. to closing June 29 and noon to closing on June 30. Prizes will be awarded the top three photo winners, with a $150 Heirloom Images Photography gift certifi-

cate to the winner, $100 certificate for second place and a $50 certificate for third place. The prizes have been donated by the Fort Loramie studio. The following contest guidelines must be followed: All babies must be between the ages of newborn to 18 months as of June 29, and submitted photos must be current frameless 4-by-6-inch home photographs. Studio photos will not be accepted. An entry fee of $1 must accompany each photo. The child’s full name, date of birth, parents’ names, address and telephone number must be

written on the back of each photo. Entries may be mailed or delivered to Loramie Cancer Crusaders member Paige Hilgefort at 10117 Hilgefort Road, Fort Loramie, OH 45845. Only one child is allowed per photo. Photos and entry fees must be received by June 24 and photos will not be returned after the event. All proceeds will be donated to Relay for Life, the American Cancer Sosignature ciety’s fundraising activity. Questions about the event may be directed to Hilgefort at (937) 2952804 or (937) 638-3855.

Buchy to speak to service club FORT LORAMIE — State Rep. Jim Buchy, of Greenville, candidate for election to the new 84th Ohio House District, will speak to the Fort Loramie Community Service Club June 19 at noon. The meeting will be held at Al’s Place in Fort Loramie. Buchy is president and

CEO of Buchy Food Service in Greenville, a fifthfamily generation business. He previously served nine terms in the Ohio House of Representatives from 1983 to 2000. From 2001 to 2004 he was the assistant director of the Ohio Department of Agriculture where he oversaw ad-

ministrative operations. In 2011 he was appointed to fill the unexpired term of Rep. Jim Zehringer who was named agriculture director. The new House District includes western and northern Shelby County, Mercer County and portions of Auglaize and Darke counties.

Relay For Life of Shelby County on August 3rd and 4th, 2012 at the Shelby County Fairgrounds We will be sending out an updated schedule of events to all survivors as the event gets closer. Please contact Mary King @ 538-6079 or Mindy Hiler @ 726-1682 for questions


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Shock therapy treats depression DEAR DR. fright. Someone DONOHUE: In ought to come up the past two with a better years a friend has name. Equally tried several diffrightening are ferent medicines the depictions of for depression ECT in movies. and anxiety. So No longer is far nothing has the treatment a worked for him. I To your scene of dread to recently heard onlookers. The good that electroconpatient is anesvulsive therapy, health thetized and feels ECT, is an effec- Dr. Paul G. no pain. Muscle tive treatment. relaxants stop the Donohue Will you please thrashing that shed some light on this? signaled the onset of the — R.O. convulsion. No muscle ANSWER: ECT — movement is now seen. electroconvulsive ther- The only evidence of it is apy, which is also called recorded on brain-wave electroshock therapy — is tracings. If you viewed a an excellent treatment treatment, you would ask for depression, especially when it was going to take depression that doesn’t place. You wouldn’t berespond to medicines and lieve that anything had talk therapy. The names happened. for this treatment — elecMemory loss also is a troconvulsive, elec- stumbling point for potroshock — generate tential patients. The

memory of facts stored in the brain is not affected by this treatment. Personal memories of past events might be hazy for a time, but most of them return. A depressed person not responding to medicines and talk therapy runs the risk of suicide, a much greater risk than anything induced by ECT. DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I have never seen an article on gastroparesis. How does one live with it? I took erythromycin, but it gave me heart palpitations. I continue to lose weight. How can I gain some? I drink Ultimate Meal once a day. My doctor doesn’t want me on Reglan because it caused problems for many of his patients. Please help. — M.H.

ANSWER: “Gastroparesis” indicates that the stomach empties very slowly. Normally, onethird to 90 percent of food leaves the stomach in one hour; by four hours, all food should have left it. Gastroparesis nauseates people. The stomach bloats and becomes uncomfortable. Small, frequent meals that are low in fat are better tolerated. Reglan is the only medicine in the U.S., in addition to erythromycin, that is approved for gastroparesis. Have you tried milkshakes? They have a good calorie load and will stop your weight loss. Or how about another supplement similar to Ultimate Meal? I don’t mean to stop Ultimate Meal. I mean add another meal supplement to it during the day. Ensure is an example.

Wally again, and tell him his continued contact with the woman he cheated with is hurtful to you and a threat to your relationship. Ask how he would feel if you continued to see and accept gifts from a man you’d had a drunken fling with. If he says he wouldn’t be thrilled, perhaps he’ll be able to understand your reaction to what’s going on. If he says he’d be fine with it, then Wally isn’t the man for you. DEAR ABBY: My husband committed suicide 20 years ago. He left a note, but I never shared it with our children, as they were very young at the time. They are all happy, successful

June 13, 1937 When the Sidney softball league gets underway at the Harmon playground here on June 15th, Harry Hollinger and Fritz Cook, both for many seasons faithful and efficient umpires, will be in charge of the games. Since the announcement of the formation of the league, interest has mounted and from all indications, large crowds will be on hand during the coming season. Team interest is also approaching a new high and each ball club in the league will possess many stars of the game. ––––– The recent organized Sidney Tennis club turned in its first victory of the year when they downed the Celina C.Y.O. 5 to 0 with loss of but a single set. The match was played at Miller’s court. ––––– Dr. Russell Wiessinger, son of Mrs. Bessie Wiessinger, of 222 East Washington Street, will graduate June 14th from Ohio State University College of Medicine. Following his graduation, Dr. Wiessinger plans to leave for a two year internship at City Hospital, located on Welfare Island, New York City.

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June 13, 1962 Twenty-three Shelby County Future Farmers attended the Ohio FFA Camp in Muskingum last week. Scholarships were given by Lowell Boyer and L.W. Holtkamp. The scholarships, valued at $15, paid for all essential camp expenses. Scholarships were given to Tom Bruns, Michael Phyillaier, Dan Pitts, Jim Foster, and Henry Albers. Don Meyers was the winadults. Should I share ner of the Holtkamp the note with them? I scholarship. ––––– still have it. — ANONYMOUS DOWN SOUTH DEAR ANONYMOUS: Your children are probably curious about why their father chose to end his life. Let them know the note exists, share it with them if they would like to see it and answer any questions they may have. They have a right to know.

Couple headed for altar trip over boyfriend’s fling DEAR ABBY: him. She buys My boyfriend, him gifts or “Wally,” and I brings him have been vegan meals. He friends for sevhas asked her reeral years, and a peatedly to stop, couple for nearly to no avail. Betwo. He recently cause Wally is a brought up the vegetarian and subject of marI’m not, I suspect Dear riage, and we she’s trying to Abby agreed that we prove she would Abigail are likely altarbe a better partVan Buren ner for him. bound. Only one I have asked thing gives me pause. A Wally to cut off contact few months ago, Wally with her, but he won’t. got plastered and had a He feels bad for her befling with a female cause she has few friend. He regretted it friends and lives in an immediately and said it isolated little town. was what made him re- What do you suggest I alize I am “The One.” do? — UNWILLING TO (He is getting help for SHARE his drinking now.) DEAR UNWILLING The problem is, the TO SHARE: Raise the woman is still pursuing subject of marriage with

June 13, 1912 To be born under the same roof under which he graduated does not often fall to the lot of anyone, but such was the case with Robert Cunningham of the class of 1912 of Sidney High School. He was born in the Lyric Theater building where the Commencement Exercises were held. ––––– The auditorium of the old Central School was crowded last evening by the alumni and friends who wished to give a most cordial welcome to the incoming class to this association. The music by the orchestra was under the direction of Lawrence Meyerholtz. The welcome to the class was given by Mrs. J.D. Barnes, with Karl Minneman responding on behalf of the class of 1912. ––––– Large wire waste baskets have been placed at the four entrances of the court square by the county commissioners for persons walking about the square to throw their waste paper into.

Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

Young residents of the Shelby County Children’s Home welcomed new “parents” this week and also two new sisters, the children of the new superintendent and matron. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart E. Sarver replaced Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Gillespie who retired recently. Mr. and Mrs. Sarver went to Columbus Friday to retrieve their two daughters, Louise, 17 and Susan, 12 who had been staying with an aunt until the family was settled. ––––– Tom and Ronald Finfrock and Douglas Latuerbur found a huge moth with a wingspread of 4 1/2 inches and a very mean face. They found it in the back yard of Douglas Lauterbur in the Meadow Acres Subdivision. The boy went to the library and soon found a picture of their “pet” and found its name was” polyphemus.”

25 years June 13, 1982 Meg McElroy, a Sidney High graduate, and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken McElroy of Sidney placed fifth nationally with a time of 10:16 in the NAIA 3000-meter run. McElroy, a junior at Manchester College, All-American earned honors by finishing in the top six and also was named an Academic AllAmerican. ––––– Jackson Center held its spring sports banquet recently, honoring participants in baseball. Softball and boys and girls track. Most valuable players awards were handed out in each, with Bryan Wahrer getting MVP honors in boys track, Jessie Symonds in girls track, Deb Shank in soft ball and Vince Wake in baseball. ––––– Autotube held a groundbreaking Tuesday for a 16,000-square foot addition to its existing 25,000-square foot plant in the Sidney Industrial Park. The expansion is a $400,000 investment in building and equipment Richard Freedland, plant manager said. Fifteen employees will be added by the end of the year. Ferguson Construction Co. will construct the addition. ––––– These news items from past issues of the Sidney Daily News are compiled by the Shelby County Historical Society (498-1653) as a public service to the community. Local history on the Internet!

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Battle for Ohio bragging rights Cueto pitches complete game; Reds win 7-1 CINCINNATI (AP) — Johnny Cueto allowed only one runner to reach second base during his second complete game of the season, and Joey Votto hit a two-run homer on Tuesday night, leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 7-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians in the opener of their intrastate series. Votto’s shot in the seventh inning off left-hander Tony Sipp made it 57 straight games with at least one home run at Great American Ball Park, the longest active streak in the majors. Votto added an RBI single as the Reds pulled away in the eight. Cueto (7-3) gave up six hits, including Jason Kipnis’ RBI single in the first, and fanned seven. He threw 122 pitches in the sixth complete game of his career. Jay Bruce hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the fifth off Jeanmar Gomez (4-5). The Reds won for only the second time in the last eight games of the interleague series. Cleveland won five of the six last season. Cleveland’s Michael Brantley extended his hitting streak to 19 games with a seventh-inning single off Cueto. It’s the longest current streak and one game shy of matching the longest in the majors this season. Brantley then was caught stealing when he took off for second base while Cueto was still in the stretch, allowing the pitcher to turn and throw him out. Cleveland’s Asdrubal Cabrera went 0 for 4, ending his hitting streak at 12 games. Gomez gave up six hits and two runs — one unearned — in five innings. He also had his first major league hit, a single in the fifth inning.

The Reds were without rookie shortstop Zack Cozart, who became ill before the game. Center fielder Drew Stubbs also became sick, preventing him from taking batting practice. Stubbs has missed the last six games with pulled muscles in his left side. Shin-Soo Choo opened the game with a double and scored on Kipnis’ single. Choo was the only Indians runner to reach second. The Reds tied it in the third when Cueto singled, advanced on a wild pitch and Wilson Valdez’s single, and came home when catcher Carlos Santana threw wildly to first base on a pickoff attempt. The Reds loaded the bases with one out in the fifth on a pair of singles around an intentional walk to Votto. Bruce’s sacrifice fly to center made it 2-1. Votto’s 11th homer made it 4-1 in the seventh, and Cincinnati scored three more in the eighth off Jeremy Accardo. NOTES: Cleveland leads the interstate series 39-37. … The Indians are 3-4 in interleague play, the Reds 4-3. .. The Indians acquired RHP Esmil Rogers from the Colorado Rockies for cash. Rogers went 0-2 with an 8.06 ERA in 23 appearances for Colorado. The Indians also designated 31-yearold C Luke Carlin for assignment. … Indians INF Jack Hannahan, on the DL since May 27 with a strained left calf, was expected to play six innings at 3B for Class A Lake County, then take a day off as part of a rehab assignment. … Mike Leake (2-5) tries for his third straight win in the second game of the series on Wednesday. AP Photo/Tom Uhlman Cleveland’s Derek Lowe (7-4) is 3-3 with a 4.57 ERA in seven career CINCINNATI REDS’ Jonny Cueto pitches against the Cleveland Indians in the starts against the Reds. second inning of an interleague baseball game in Cincinnati Tuesday.

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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — For now, only an umpire’s call on whether a home run really is a home run will be subject to video review at the College World Series. NCAA vice president for football and baseball Dennis Poppe said Tuesday that officials would have to think long and hard about adding other situations that could be reviewed. Division I baseball leaders for several years have discussed the possibility of using instant replay, Poppe said, but didn’t take action until after a home run was wrongly ruled a double at last year’s CWS. “There’s an example of where instant replay could have corrected that,” Poppe said. “Fortunately, it didn’t impact the game. But you don’t want human error or the in-

ability to see something to influence the game and the effort the kids put forth. You’ve got to make sure it’s as fair and square as can be.” Umpires at the CWS, which starts Friday, will be limited to reviewing whether a batted ball has cleared the fence, gone foul or if a fan has interfered. “Let’s walk before we run,” Poppe said. “Let’s make sure we have down the crucial issues, and there probably is no more crucial issue than the home run — whether it’s good or bad.” Last year, in an 8-4 win over Texas, Florida’s Brian Johnson hit a ball that bounced back into play after striking the railing above the yellow line atop the right-center wall. The NCAA umpire coordinator said after the game that the hit should have been ruled a home run and that the umpires’ deci-

sion to hold Johnson at second base was wrong. “All that matters last year is we won the game,” Johnson said Tuesday, adding that he heard a couple days ago that instant replay would be used this year. Florida coach Kevin O’Sullivan, whose team is back in Omaha as the No. 1 national seed, said anything that can help the umpires get the call right is a good thing. “That’s no knock on not getting the call last year,” O’Sullivan said. “That’s what makes this sport so good: there’s decisions sometimes in the game that aren’t right and you’ve got to battle through those decisions.” Instant replay couldn’t be used in the regular season or regionals because not all games are televised, Poppe said.

CHICAGO (AP) — Detroit Tigers closer Jose Valverde denied throwing a spitball in the ninth inning of Sunday night’s 7-6 win over the Cincinnati Reds. An internet video showed Valverde putting his glove, with the ball in it, to his mouth before delivering a 1-2 pitch to Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco. Mesoraco swung and missed at the 94-mile per hour fastball. “It’s nothing. I never did anything wrong,” Valverde said on Tuesday before the Tigers opened a series at Wrigley Field. “I put my glove on my mouth, yeah. Why? Because I sweat too much. That’s it.”

“Everybody can say whatever they want to, but I wasn’t doing anything wrong because I’ve never spit on the baseball. Everybody said what I was doing, but when you play in a stadium like that, Cincinnati is so hot. I sweat too much.” He said he saw the video and anticipated the media’s reaction, laughing as a group of reporters approached him in the clubhouse. Valverde is 3-1 with 12 saves in 15 chances. He has a 3.91 ERA. He said he has not been contacted by Major League Baseball. “When they want to talk, I’ll be here all the time,” he said.

Sidney Legion splits four games over weekend The Sidney Legion Baseball team split four games over the weekend, going 2-2. The team’s record for the season is now 4-9. Friday night against Lima Legion, Sidney held on for an 18-14 victory. Pticher Nick Lauth picked up the win. Pitching in relief were Caleb Earick and Jake Lochard. The catcher for the game was Storm Wolter. In the first inning, Sidney picked up five runs on five hits. The team added five more runs in the fourth inning on eight hits. Four runs were scored on three hits in the fifth inning. The team added single runs in the sixth and eighth innings. There were three hits in both innings. The final two runs came in the ninth inning when the team had two hits. Sidney had 26 hits in the game. Mitch Gigandet went four-for-four with a double. Alex White added three hits. Rusty Hodgson had two hits, which included a triple. Dalton Bollinger had four hits. Treg Francis added three hits. Jake Lochard and Nick Buchanan each had two hits. One of Buchanan’s hit was a double. Lima scored six runs in the first inning. They were shut out in the sec-

ond through sixth innings. They scored one run in the seventh and ninth innings. In the eighth inning, Lima scored six runs. “The first and the seventh inning is when the wheels fell off the wagon for us,” said coach Jason McLain. “We could not find the strike zone and we gave them a lot of opportunities to get back in the game. We were able to hold them off due to hitting the ball the way we did today. “Our pitchers didn’t have their best stuff today, but we battled and stayed in the game. Nick Lauth settled in after the first inning and allowed us the opportunity to stay in the game.” The team faced Bucyrus Saturday and lost 6-4. Treg Francis was the pitcher for Sidney and Storm Wolter was the catcher. “Treg Francis pitched a great game against a very good Bucyrus team,” said McLain. “This team could hit, and they hit a lot of good pitches. Treg kept us in the game and battled all afternoon. “We played had and had an opportunity to win this game. We are starting to gel as a team.” Sidney scored runs in both the sixth and seventh inning. They added two runs in the eighth. They had

eight hits in the game. Dalton Bollinger had two hits, which included a triple. Kalen Earick had two hits and Storm Wolter had three hits, a single, a double and a triple. In a doubleheader against Piqua Sunday, Sidney lost the first game, 61, and won the second game 6-2. In the first game, Trey Rutschilling and Ryan Miller pitched. The catcher was Storm Wolter. Sidney scored their only run in the fourth inning. “Burk, the pitcher from Piqua, outgunned us today,” said McLain. “He did a great job keeping my players off balance. He pitched a great game and was virtually unhittable the entire game. We squeeked three hits off of him.” Dalton Bollinger, Treg Francis and Kalen Earick were the only batters able to get hits off the Piqua pitcher. Piqua scored a run in the third inning, three in the fifth and two in the sixth. “Two bases on balls and an error cost us the fifth inning,” said McLain. “We should have been out of the inning and then Trey gave up a home run.” In the second game, pitcher Rusty

Hodgson picked up the win. His catcher was Dalton Bollinger. “Rusty pitched a great game,” said McLain. “He shut down Piqua from start to finish. “Rusty has been a pleasure to have on the team. he has done it all, played a great shortstop and has pitched some quality innings.” Sidney scored five runs in the second inning on four hits. They added their fnal run in the fourth inning. Kalen Earick was two for four. Dustin Poeppelman was three for three with a double. “Dustin really stepped up and hit the ball well the second game,” said McLain. Piqua scored two runs in the sixth inning. They were held to four hits in the game. “Overall, Sidney had a great weekend. We went 2-2 and very easily could have won the other games. We are making strides in the right direction,” said McLain. “I am proud of these guys. They are working hard and giving a lot of effort.” Sidney traveled to Gahana Tuesday night. They will be playing in the Nitzwich Tournament in Dayton Thursday through Sunday.


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CINCINNATI BENGALS cornerback Leon Hall runs sprints during NFL football practice Tuesday in Cincinnati. Hall is recovering from a knee injury suffered last season.

Hall, Shipley doing well as Bengals open minicamp CINCINNATI (AP) — Bengals cornerback Leon Hall is well ahead of schedule in his comeback from a torn Achilles tendon, inspiring hope that he could be ready for the start of training camp next month. Hall will be limited to working on the side during the Bengals’ threeday minicamp that opened on Tuesday at Paul Brown Stadium. Hall tore the left Achilles tendon on Nov. 13, leaving questions about whether he’d be ready for the start of the 2012 season. Hall has been running forward and backward without problem, regaining his leg strength and flexibility faster than expected. Instead of setting the opening game as the target for his return, Hall thinks he can be ready to take the first snap in practice when training camp opens on July 27. “Considering how I feel in mid-June, I feel like I will be OK,” Hall said, after emerging from the trainer’s room. If the 27-year-old cornerback is fully recovered, the Bengals will be in much better shape to make another run at the playoffs. The secondary

struggled after Hall got hurt. Even though Cincinnati made the playoffs as a wild card team, the Bengals lost a firstround game at Houston to finish 9-8. The Bengals took cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick in the first round, hoping he can team with Hall at cornerback at some point this season. Hall’s progress could allow them to become a tandem at the start of training camp. “Leon has done very well,” coach Marvin Lewis said. “He has exceeded expectations by far. He’s done well. He’s excited with where he is. What he hasn’t had to do is the day-to-day stuff — how many snaps, how many plays. “He’s been impressive, but we expected that from Leon. That doesn’t surprise anybody.” While teammates went through voluntary offseason workouts the last few weeks, Hall worked on the sideline, running without a problem or a setback. He’s working on getting the leg back to full strength and getting to the point where he can run and turn without worrying about whether

the tendon will hold up. “I think it’s just really the confidence that I have in my Achilles,” Hall said. “That’s kind of been one of the things with the rehab process. For the most part when I do new things, the Achilles is strong enough. I just have to mentally believe it and just do it.” Slot receiver Jordan Shipley also will be limited during the three-day camp as a precaution. Shipley tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during the second game last season and is in the final stage of his recovery. He’s expected to be fully recovered for the start of training camp. “There’s still a little bit of stiffness, but nothing big,” Shipley said. “I’m just kind of in the last phase of getting the speed back and all that.” Shipley’s return also would be a big boost. The Bengals didn’t have a receiver to complement Pro Bowler A.J. Green last season. Receivers Jerome Simpson and Andre Caldwell left as free agents. The Bengals took Mohamed Sanu from Rutgers, the Big East’s career receiving leader, in the third round.

The SC Alliance Shooters, an area girls U10 select soccer team, recently took first place in the Premiere division of the MVYSA (Miami Valley Youth Soccer Association) league. The team was undefeated in all eight games. The Shooters played teams from the Centerville United Soccer Association (CUSA), Troy, Club X and Springfield clubs. They played each team twice and came out victorious after every game. The Shooters outscored their league opponents 31-13 this spring. According to coach Jill Burden, strong offensive efforts were given by Ava Behr, Tayler Grunkemeyer, Lyndsey Jones, Rylie McIver and Emma Nees. Katelyn Burden, Endsley, Adrienne Megan Heckler and Olivia Monnin provided solid defensive support. Burden, Endlsey and Nees were also instrumental as goalkeepers throughout the season. “We have nine strong, determined young ladies who come out every game and give it their all,” said Burden. “We had almost every player score throughout our season, and we were able to get every girl playing

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THE SC Alliance Shooters finished a perfect 8-0 in the Premiere Division of the Miami Valley Youth Soccer Association league. In the front are (l-r) Adrienne Endsley, Megan Heckler, Olivia Monnin and Lyndsey Jones. And in the back are Emma Nees, Ava Behr, Katelyn Burden, Rylie McIver and Tayler Grunkemeyer. time on both offense and defense. It was a true team effort.” In addition to the MVYSA champion trophy, the Shooters were also the champions of the Club Ohio Nike Challenge Cup that took place in Dublin in April. The team was a finalist in the Bensar Mayfest Soccer Classic as well as semifinalists in the Adidas Warrior Soccer Classic. “This was our most successful season yet,

and we are excited to see these girls developing into such tough, skilled soccer players,” said coach/trainer Ram Vega. The Shooters are coached and trained by Burden, Cher Grunkemeyer, Bill McIver and Vega. The team is made up of girls from both Sidney and Piqua. The team will continue to train over the summer and then resume both league and tournament play in the fall.

Mintchell to receive referee lifetime achievement award Sidney resident Gary Mintchell will be the recipient next month of a Referee Lifetime Achievem e n t Award from the Southern Ohio Adult SocMintchell cer Association. Mintchell began officiating in 1989, arriving at the state level in 2004. In addition, he has served the state as a referee assessor (12 years), assignor (22 years) and instuctor (17 years). He works major youth and adult tournaments as director/assignor of

referees, as mentor at referee academies and/or on the field as referee. He works with the Western Ohio Soccer Officials Association in the areas previously mentioned and as webmaster. His efforts have induced many local youth referees to officiate adult games. He makes them aware of opportunities that adult soccer provided. He instills in them the thirst for advancement and challenge of working at higher levels, the association said. He has been on the Ohio South State Referee Committee since 1996, holding the posi-

tions as district referee administrator, district director of instruction, and district director of assessment. He serves as editor of OSSRC Policy Documents, devoting time as well as talent and experience carrying over from his personal vocation in the publishing business. He also has taken the lead in developing and delivering presentations to increase knowledge of the game and its laws for referees and spectators. “There are very few officials who have given so much back to the game,” the association said in announcing the award.

Witness said he saw shower assault BELLEFONTE, Pa. (AP) — A former Penn State assistant coach who was a central figure in Joe Paterno’s downfall testified Tuesday that he heard a “skin-on-skin smacking sound” in a campus locker room one night in 2001 and saw something that was “more than my brain could handle.” Jerry Sandusky was standing naked in the showers behind a boy, slowly moving his hips, Mike McQueary told the jury.

McQueary, one of the star witnesses in the child sexual abuse case against Sandusky, said he had no doubt he was witnessing anal sex. He testified that he slammed his locker shut loudly as if to say, “Someone’s here! Break it up!” Then, he said, he went upstairs to his office to try to make sense of what he had seen. Sandusky, 68, is on trial on charges he molested 10 boys over a 15-year period. Authorities say he abused them in

hotels, at his home and inside the football team’s quarters. The former assistant coach and founder of an acclaimed youth charity has denied the allegations. Paterno was fired last fall, shortly after Sandusky’s arrest, when it became known that McQueary had told the head football coach about the shower episode a decade ago. Two months after his dismissal, Paterno died of lung cancer at 85. McQueary was composed

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Weeden not assuming he’ll start for Browns (AP) — BEREA Browns coach Pat Shurmur wouldn’t pick his starting quarterback. So Seneca Wallace went ahead and did it for him. Although it’s only a matter of time before the job goes to rookie Brandon Weeden, Shurmur has been reluctant to say he’s the starter before training camp opens. But on the final day of media availability during the Browns’ offseason program, Wallace brought clarity to Cleveland’s QB situation. “I’m a realist,” Wallace said. “Obviously the kid was drafted in the first round for a reason and it wasn’t they drafted him to come and sit on the bench. At some point he’s going to play. If it’s the first week or it’s the 12th week, at some point the kid is going to play.” Wallace wasn’t done there. The 10-year veteran, who sat behind Colt McCoy last season, said Tuesday that he doesn’t think there’s room on the roster for himself, Weeden and McCoy. “Probably not,” said Wallace. “Can any of you guys see all three of us being here?” Wallace also made it

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SCOREBOARD 10:15 p.m. Wednesday’s Games Washington (Strasburg 7-1) at Toronto (Drabek 4-6), 12:37 p.m. Pittsburgh (Correia 2-5) at BalShelby Oaks timore (Matusz 5-6), 7:05 p.m. Wednesday Ladies Golf League Boston (Doubront 6-3) at June 6 Miami (Nolasco 6-4), 7:10 p.m. Play of the day: Best poker Cleveland (D.Lowe 7-4) at hand Cincinnati (Leake 2-5), 7:10 p.m. First flight: first, Kiyoke Ikeda; N.Y. Yankees (Kuroda 5-6) at second, Pris Reier; third, Anne Atlanta (T.Hudson 4-2), 7:10 p.m. Coon; fourth Connie Lewis. N.Y. Mets (Dickey 9-1) at Second flight: first, Mary Jo Tampa Bay (Price 8-3), 7:10 p.m. Raberding; second, Ann Engle; Arizona (Miley 7-2) at Texas third Doris Naseman; fourth Fran (M.Harrison 8-3), 8:05 p.m. Brockman. Detroit (Porcello 3-4) at Third flight: first, Lea Muh- Chicago Cubs (Garza 2-4), 8:05 lenkamp; second, tie, Marcia Shaf- p.m. fer and Pat Billing; fourth Mary Milwaukee (Wolf 2-5) at Lou Berning. Kansas City (Hochevar 3-7), 8:10 Fourth flight: first, Ruth p.m. Pleiman; second, tie, Faye Spangler Philadelphia (Hamels 8-3) at and Linda Spangle; fourth, Judy Minnesota (Walters 2-1), 8:10 p.m. Doll. Chicago White Sox (Peavy 6-1) Arrowhead Golf Course at St. Louis (Lynn 9-2), 8:15 p.m. Arrowhead Ladies Oakland (Milone 6-5) at ColPlay of the Day: Criers contest orado (Outman 0-2), 8:40 p.m. Championship flight: first, L.A. Angels (C.Wilson 7-4) at Kathy Winner; second, Jackie L.A. Dodgers (Eovaldi 0-2), 10:10 Huwer. p.m. First flight: first, Mary Jane San Diego (Marquis 0-1) at Kaylor; second, Becky Quellhorst. Seattle (Noesi 2-6), 10:10 p.m. Second flight: tie, Marie Andree Houston (Happ 4-6) at San Eiting and Dianne Sielschott. Francisco (M.Cain 7-2), 10:15 p.m. Results of putt pot: Sara OmThursday’s Games brello and Terrie Kerns. Cleveland at Cincinnati, 12:35 p.m. N.Y. Mets at Tampa Bay, 1:10 BASEBALL p.m. Detroit at Chicago Cubs, 2:20 p.m. Oakland at Colorado, 3:10 p.m. National League Houston at San Francisco, 3:45 By The Associated Press p.m. East Division Pittsburgh at Baltimore, 7:05 W L Pct GB p.m. 36 23 .610 Washington Arizona at Texas, 8:05 p.m. 34 27 .557 3 Atlanta Milwaukee at Kansas City, 8:10 32 29 .525 5 Miami p.m. 32 29 .525 5 New York Philadelphia at Minnesota, 29 33 .468 8½ Philadelphia 8:10 p.m. Central Division Chicago White Sox at St. Louis, W L Pct GB 8:15 p.m. 32 27 .542 Cincinnati San Diego at Seattle, 10:10 32 27 .542 Pittsburgh p.m. 31 30 .508 2 St. Louis 28 32 .467 4½ Milwaukee TRANSACTIONS 26 34 .433 6½ Houston 20 40 .333 12½ Chicago BASEBALL West Division American League W L Pct GB BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Ac39 23 .629 Los Angeles tivated 2B Brian Roberts from the San Francisco 34 27 .557 4½ 60-day DL. Transferred OF Nolan Arizona 30 30 .500 8 Reimold to the 60-day DL. OpColorado 24 35 .407 13½ tioned SS Steve Tolleson to Norfolk San Diego 20 41 .328 18½ (IL). American League CLEVELAND INDIANS — AcEast Division quired RHP Esmil Rogers from W L Pct GB Colorado for cash considerations. New York 35 25 .583 Designated C Luke Carlin for asTampa Bay 35 25 .583 signment. Baltimore 34 26 .567 1 DETROIT TIGERS — Placed Toronto 31 30 .508 4½ RHP Octavio Dotel on the 15-day Boston 29 32 .475 6½ DL. Recalled RHP Luke Putkonen Central Division from Toledo (IL). W L Pct GB KANSAS CITY ROYALS — AcChicago 33 27 .550 tivated 2B Chris Getz from the 15Cleveland 32 27 .542 ½ day DL. Optioned 2B Johnny Detroit 28 32 .467 5 Giavotella to Omaha (PCL). Kansas City 24 34 .414 8 TEXAS RANGERS — Placed Minnesota 24 35 .407 8½ RHP Alexi Ogando on the 15-day West Division DL. Recalled LHP Michael KirkW L Pct GB man from Round Rock (PCL). 35 26 .574 Texas TORONTO BLUE JAYS — Re33 29 .532 2½ Los Angeles leased OF Vladimir Guerrero from 27 35 .435 8½ Seattle his minor league contract. Op26 35 .426 9 Oakland tioned INF Yan Gomes and RHP Monday’s Games Chad Beck to Las Vegas (PCL). ReInterleague play called LHP Aaron Laffey and LHP Washington 6, Toronto 3 Evan Crawford from Las Vegas. Miami 4, Boston 1 National League N.Y. Yankees 3, Atlanta 0 CHICAGO CUBS — Fired hitL.A. Angels 3, L.A. Dodgers 2 ting coach Rudy Jaramillo. Named Tuesday’s Games minor league hitting coordinator Pittsburgh at Baltimore, 7:05 James Rowson interim hitting p.m. coach. Washington at Toronto, 7:07 LOS ANGELES DODGERS — p.m. Agreed to terms with OF Andre Boston at Miami, 7:10 p.m. Ethier on a five-year contract. Cleveland at Cincinnati, 7:10 NEW YORK METS — Agreed p.m. to terms with C Kevin Plawecki on N.Y. Mets at Tampa Bay, 7:10 a minor league contract. p.m. WASHINGTON NATIONALS N.Y. Yankees at Atlanta, 7:10 — Agreed to terms with 2B Anp.m. thony Renda, OF Brandon Miller, C Arizona at Texas, 8:05 p.m. Spence Kieboom, OF Hayden JenDetroit at Chicago Cubs, 8:05 nings, RHP Derek Self, C Craig p.m. Manuel, RHP Brian Rauh, 3B CarMilwaukee at Kansas City, 8:10 los Lopez, LHP Elliott Waterman, p.m. OF Jordan Poole, RHP Ronald Philadelphia at Minnesota, 8:10 Pena, RHP Blake Schwartz, RHP p.m. David Fischer, 1B Bryan LippinChicago White Sox at St. Louis, cott, SS James Brooks, C Austin 8:15 p.m. Chubb, RHP Will Hudgins, OF Oakland at Colorado, 8:40 p.m. Casey Selsor, RHP Kevin Dicharry, L.A. Angels at L.A. Dodgers, SS Hunter Bailey, RHP Leonard 10:10 p.m. Hollins, RHP Michael Boyden and San Diego at Seattle, 10:10 p.m. 2B Mike McQuillan on minor Houston at San Francisco, league contracts.


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IN THIS photo taken June 6, Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden passes during an off-season practice at the NFL football team's headquarters in Berea. Weeden is the presumed winner of Cleveland’s quarterback competition, but Browns coach Pat Shurmur has been reluctant to name him the starter over Colt McCoy. known he and McCoy have no desire to be Cleveland’s No. 3 quarterback. “No, not really,” he said. “We all know the third guy doesn’t dress Sundays, and if it comes down to that decision,

obviously neither one of us wants to be that third guy.” Wallace’s candor was refreshing amid the endless speculation and conjecture surrounding the Browns’ quarterback conundrum.

Coach killed in car accident BY BILL DELANEY PERKINS TOWNSHIP — Perkins Local Schools lost a staff member Sunday night, but Athletic Director Mike Strohl said it feels more like losing a family member. Chris Smith, 46, of Sandusky, a former school board member and most recently the Perkins High School boys cross country coach, died from a car crash Sunday evening on Campbell Street at the Ohio 2 overpass, according to the Highway Patrol. “(Chris) touched a lot of lives with his involvement in track, cross country,” Strohl said yesterday. “But it was even more wide-ranging than that. He knew lots of kids. There are a lot of heavy hearts, a lot of affected young men and women today.” Smith was driving his 1967 Ford

Mustang with his 12-year-old daughter, Samantha Smith, 12, about 7 p.m. Sunday when he failed to negotiate a curve on Campbell Street, the Highway Patrol said. The car crossed the center and went off the side of the road, striking a traffic sign and parapet over Ohio 2. The car spun back onto the road and came to rest in the southbound lane, troopers said. Samantha Smith was taken to Firelands Regional Medical Center, then flown to Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital in Cleveland. She was in stable condition in the hospital’s pediatric intensive care unit, according to a spokesman. Christopher Smith was flown to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center in Toledo, where he died of his injuries overnight. Smith leaves behind his wife Christine and their three children, Strohl said.

Kings win first Stanley Cup title LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Kings’ 45-year Stanley Cup quest ended in a triumphant flurry of blood, sweat and power-play goals. After missing two chances to claim the title last week, the long-suffering Kings are NHL champions for the first time. Hooray for Hockeywood. Jeff Carter and Trevor Lewis scored two goals apiece, playoff MVP Jonathan Quick made 17 saves in his latest stellar performance, and the Kings beat the New Jersey Devils 6-1 Monday night in Game 6 of the finals, becoming the first eighth-seeded playoff team to win the league title. Captain Dustin Brown had a goal and two assists for Los Angeles, which ended its dominant postseason run before a frenzied bunch of its heartiest fans, incessantly waving towels and glowsticks. The crowd including several dozen Kings faithful who have been at rinkside since the team’s berth as an expansion franchise in 1967, waiting for one glimpse of the Stanley Cup.

Kent State beats Oregon EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Jimmy Rider drove in the winning run with a shallow pop fly that landed just inside the left-field foul line in the bottom of the ninth, lifting Kent State to a 3-2 win over Oregon on Monday night and sending the Golden Flashes to their first College World Series. Rider’s hit off Oregon closer Jimmie Sherfy fell just out of the reach of shortstop J.J. Altobelli and left fielder Brett Thomas, who appeared to lose track of the ball when it was hit.

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called “a flawed man” who produced evidence from a “magic beer can.” There were asked to debate whether it’s “outrageous” that Clemens was charged in the first place, or whether it’s a byproduct from Congress’ “authority to protect the nation’s youth.” Having digested the competing spins on 26 days of testimony by 46 witnesses, the jury met for some 15 minutes before being excused for the day at 5 p.m. They will reconvene Wednesday afternoon, then unless they reach a quick verdict, take off until Monday because of a long-scheduled out-of-town business trip by the judge. Clemens is charged with perjury, making

false statements and obstructing Congress when he testified at a deposition and at a nationallytelevised hearing in February 2008. The heart of the charges center on his repeated denials that he used steroids and human growth hormone. Clemens’ chief accuser was his longtime strength coach, Brian McNamee, who spent more

than a week on the stand and testified that he injected Clemens with both substances. But also essentially on trial was Congress’ right to hold the hearings in the first place, and Clemens lawyer Rusty Hardin spent part of his closing statement appealing to the notion that the U.S. government was way out of line.

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Proposed ordinance would employ full-time legal secretary BY TOM BARNETT Sidney City Council Monday night gave first reading to an ordinance creating the new position of legal secretary to support the city’s recently combined positions of law director and municipal prosecutor. The ordinance, if adopted, would combine part-time legal secretary and clerk-typist positions in the office of Jeffrey Amick, law director. The fulltime secretary would be compensated at an hourly rate between $16.90 and $22.22. Since the position’s job description requires assistance to the law director in matters related to collective bargaining issues and other confidential matters, it will be classified as a nonbargaining position. The ordinance will receive a second reading and action at council’s June 25 meeting. Also introduced Monday night for action June 25 were ordinances levying assessments for decorative residential street lighting and adopting a new zoning map that includes rezonings and one annexation. Included are

Ace Hardware’s rezoning from industrial to business 2 district and annexation of the 12.5-acre Canal Feeder Trail to Vandemark Road. The decorative lighting ordinance establishes rates of 31 cents per front footage for standard lighting and $1.11 per foot frontage for decorative lighting. Assessments are made through the Shelby County Auditor’s office. Council adopted an ordinance banning parking on the west side of Knoop-Johnston Road near Brookside Park and prohibiting vehicles from turning left onto Michigan Street when leaving the Sidney Plaza Shopping Center. The shopping center restriction is necessary to support a steady flow of traffic on Michigan Street and vehicles exiting neighboring businesses. A directional curb, encouraging shoppers to exit the center by turning right, already exists. The Brookside Park ordinance declares Knoop Johnston Road too narrow to permit parking and authorizes placement of two no-parking signs near the former entrance to the park. Also adopted Monday night

was an ordinance increasing Shelby Public Transit contract rates to various elderly care and human services agencies, including Job and Family services, Area Agency on Aging, and Fair Haven Adult Day Care. The legislation increases per-hour rates from $45 to $50, from $15 to $19 per passenger and from $3.50 to $4 per mile. The ordinance does not increase rates charged the public for city and county routes. Council also adopted a resolution authorizing the city manager to apply for and execute a fiscal year 2012 Small Cities Community Development grant allocation in the amount of $81,000. Barbara Dulworth, Community Services director, told council $68,700 along with $111,300 in other funds, would be earmarked for sewer facility improvements, $4,200 for Fair Housing Program improvements and $8,100 for program administration. Following council’s legislative agenda, Dulworth discussed a new grant program, Moving Ohio Forward, that allocates $75 million from a settlement with five of the nation’s largest mortgage

services over foreclosure abuses to demolish vacant, abandoned and blighted properties in the state. “Shelby County has been allocated $254,066,” she said, “based on the percentage of local foreclosures filed between 2008 and 2011.” Shelby County’s lead entity working with the state’s attorney general on the program will be the Shelby County Regional Planning Commission and Dianna Reisinger, its director. Dulworth said city staff will be providing Reisinger a list of vacant, abandoned and blighted buildings within the city which funds could be used to demolish. Council will be asked to pass a resolution authorizing an application for funding at its June 25 meeting. Considering an application for new D1, D2, D3 and D3A liquor permits for Fricker’s, 2599 Michigan St., council elected to take no action to oppose the application. During citizens comments prior to council’s legislative session and during council comments later, Sara Bowman, 832 Spruce Ave., and several associates expressed concern over sections of the

city’s ordinance regulating private swimming pools, especially fencing and property line stipulations. City Manager Marc Cundiff and Mayor Mike Barhorst agreed to have staff re-examine the ordinances to determine if clarifications are necessary. Monday night’s meeting included an executive session to discuss employee negotiations, purchase or sale of public property and pending or imminent court action. Following the session, council authorized the city manager to enter into a three-year collective bargaining agreement with the AFSCME union, which represents about 45 city employees, primarily public works, utilities, and parks workers. The previous agreement expired Dec. 31. The new agreement provides no pay-scale increase in 2012 and 2013, although it does contain a contingency for a 1 percent increase in 2013 if the city’s 2012 income tax collections exceed $13.5 million. In 2014, employees will receive a 1 percent increase in the form of a one-time payment that does not increase the pay scale.

Soil, Water scholarship deadline is Friday The Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District is offering a $1,000 scholarship to people entering the Natural Resources Conservation field. Applicants must be Shelby County residents pursuing further education

at either a college or technical school. Any high school graduate, current college student, or high school senior is eligible. Three letters of recommendation must accompany the application. At least one of the recommendations

must be from someone not school related. A copy of the summary page (SAR Report) received from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid must also be included with the application if you want financial need to be considered as

a component of the selection process. Checks will be written to the college or technical school at the beginning of the second quarter/semester. Proof of admission and minimum 2.0 GPA is required before checks will be issued.

Applications must be received at the Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District office by 4:30 p.m. Friday. Contact Jason Bruns at or 492-6520, ext. 112 to secure an application or for questions.

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Church competes project MINSTER — St. Augustine Catholic Church will throw the switch on new air-conditioning units Friday at 3 p.m., climaxing a “Below the Floor” fund drive begun in May. The Rev. Rick Nieberding, pastor, and project committee members will lead the celebration. Goal of the fundraising project was $600,000, with a total of $779,438 donated or pledged to date by 608 church families and individuals. The project’s cost totaled $553,950. Baumer Construction Inc. was general contractor, with Buschur Electric Inc. and Regal Plumbing & Heating as the electrical and mechanical contractors. In addition to air-conditioning the church and choir loft, the project entailed installation of a new hot-water boiler system, removal of the outdated steam boiler and piping and upgrading electrical service to meet air conditioning’s requirements. Funds donated will only be used for capital improvements at the church, including refinishing of wooden doors, upgraded lighting fixtures and the remodeling of north and south sacrisities. St. Augustine parish traces its roots back to 1834.

Contract awarded During their meeting Thursday morning, Shelby County Commissioners awarded a contract for the DingmanSlagle/Tawawa-Maplewood roads bridge-replacement project to Brumbaugh Construction. The Arcanum company was awarded the contract on its best bid of $366,591. Commissioners also made appropriation transfers — $10,211 from salary to other expenses funds for Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities, and $1,463 from computer equipment to computer contact for Juvenile Court. County bills totaling $305,479.62 were approved for payment.


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Fighting poverty 40 years Tri-County Community Action continues mission BY MELANIE SPEICHER President Lyndon B. Johnson began a war against poverty during his State of the Union address on Jan. 8, 1964. That speech led the U.S. Congress to enact the Economic Opportunity Wingo Act, which established the way federal funds can be used to fight poverty. Today, the actions taken by Johnson and Congress remain strong through various agencies, including Tri-County Community Action Inc. “It’s been 40 years since we began serving our communities,” said Denise Birt, executive director of the Tri-County Community Action Inc., which serves residents in Shelby, Champaign and Logan counties. “We offer a variety of services to assist the elderly, disabled and low-income families. We are also able to help moderate-income families also.

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VOLUNTEERS ASSIST CAC clients at a meal. Tri-County Community Action Inc. was established 40 years ago as an outgrowth of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s war on poverty.

ing bills. The summer cooling program runs from June 1 to Aug. 31 each year and helps seniors with their electric bills. ‘Meeting needs’ “We have seen an increase “We are geared toward in HEAP funding,” said Birt. meeting the needs in our com- “The state had a surplus of munities,” said Birt. funds from the 2010-11 year.” Each county, said Birt, has The local agency was rean office to serve the local resi- cently notified that an addidents. In Shelby County, the tional $597,000 was available office is located at 1431 N. for the three counties. Main Ave., Sidney. “Our year starts in July,” Birt, who has been director said Birt. “Because of this adsince 2000, said the agency has ditional funding, the new year grown tremendously in the was moved to June 1. We can past 12 years. More services provide up to $250 for utilities are offered to those in need. if the person has received a “We are also more estabdisconnect notice.” lished in each community,” Air conditioners, fans said Birt. “We have purchased The agency also has air cona facility in each community. ditioners and fans available for This helps us build our equity qualifying residents. and assets. The Sidney buildWhile the agency relies on ing was purchased in 2008.” federal and state monies to asThe needs of the residents sist with the programs, volunin the agency’s coverage area teers are vital to the success of vary from county to county. In the program. Shelby County, there is a home “We rely heavily on volunenergy grant to help residents teers,” said Birt. “We have with electric and heating bills. around 70 volunteers who help The agency is also focusing on us. Without them, our services homeless prevention and sup- would struggle to keep going.” porting the services offered at One volunteer who Birt sinthe Countryside Commons. gled out is Maxine Wingo. There is also a weatherization “She has volunteered for the program available to residents. CAC for 25 years,” Birt said, “We have 60 units of safe, “and she will turn 95 years old affordable housing for low- to in November. She is amazing.” moderate-income families,” In 2011, the agency received said Birt. “We make sure the almost $5 million to assist the people’s needs are met so they residents in the three counties. can live independently.” They served more than 19,000 Another program that asindividuals and 7,000 families sists residents is the HEAP in the three-county area. program. HEAP is the Home Funds are received from ComEnergy Assistance Program. munity Services Block Grants, The winter crisis program as- American Recovery and Reinsists residents from Nov. 1 to vestment Act and non-ComMarch 31 each year with heat- munity Service Block Grants.

For more information about the programs offered in Shelby County, call 492-8118. The Ohio Association of Community Action Agencies recently had a study compiled on how the local agencies impact the communities they serve. The study was compiled by Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs. The study found that the agencies contribute greatly to their communities’ economic development, which included investing more than $200 million in 2010. The study, “Community Action Agencies: Strengthening Ohio’s Communities,” included a segment on the local agency’s senior nutrition partnership in Logan County.

According to the study, a flood damaged the building beyond repair where the nutrition center was located. The agency thought it would have to close the center for good. At the same time, the Liberty Gathering Place, a restaurant located in West Liberty, was struggling to survive. TriCounty officials decided this would be a good time for a public-private collaboration, which would benefit all parties involved. Tri-County purchased the facility, which allowed the restaurant’s owner to retain her business, thus keeping the jobs of her 12 employees. Tricounty also was able to save the senior nutrition program and to keep its 12 employees.

15-member board governs agency The Tri-County Community Action Agency, which serves residents in Shelby, Champaign and Logan counties, is governed by a 15-member board. Denise Birt serves as executive director. Members of the board are Robert Notestine, Bellefontaine; Max Coates, Urbana; Robert Hamilton, Urbana; John Bayliss, Bellefontaine; James HolyCross, Bellefontaine; Larry Bush, Bellefontaine; Alan Keirn, Bellefontaine; Thomas Paul, Sidney; Anthony Ehresmann, Urgana; Joseph Earley, Springfield; Michelle Mason, West Milton; Brenda Riddle, Sidney; and Janet Eakins, Sidney.Two seats are currently vacant. Notestine, Bayliss, HolyCross, Bush and Keirn all serve from Logan County. Coates, Hamilton, Ehresmann and Earley serve from Champaign County. Paul, Mason, Riddle and Eakins represent Shelby County.

Final phase of street reconstruction to get under way MINSTER — The progress on the Fourth Street reconstruction project is moving forward, village officials said. The next phase is the third and final phase, which consists of improvements to the intersection of Fourth Street and Main Street, plus improvements to Fourth Street from the intersection to Garfield Street. In anticipation of the work to be completed, the Ohio Department of Transportation has issued a road-closure notice. The area between Main and Garfield streets, including the intersection of Main and Fourth streets, will be closed starting Monday for 60 days. The anticipated opening date is set for Aug. 17. During this closure, local traffic will be maintained as best possible. Depending on the work being completed, there may be periods where access to local businesses may be difficult. Residents are urged to call ahead to see if they will need to take an alternate route to businesses along the construction area. In order to keep trucks on truck routes, construction signs and “no truck signs” will be posted at various intersections in town. The village is asking businesses in the area to inform both customers and delivery drivers that access will be permitted to their businesses.



Pets of the Week 1. Brianna is a coonhound that was picked up as a stray in the McCartyville area and had no tags on her when she was found. She has been a very sweet girl to work with and loves attention 2. Sadie is a shepherd /terrier mix. She is young, loves to play and is another of our owner-surrendered dogs. She loves to go out-

side and play and has a lot of energy. Stop by the Shelby County Animal Shelter, 1100 Clem Road, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and visit with these dogs and see if they would be a nice fit for you and your family. The shelter’s phone number is 498-7201.

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CREDIT ANALYST Osgood State Bank is accepting resumes for a Credit Analyst position. Two to five years experience as a Credit Analyst required. Banking experience is desirable. Send resumes to Human Resources Manager Osgood State Bank P. O. Box 69 Osgood, OH 45351-0069 Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

JOBS AVAILABLE NOW Auglaize County 2 FT Support Managers NEEDED TO ASSIST PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES Make a difference in somoeone's life! Paid training is provided Requirements: a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid drivers license, proof of insurance, SS Card or Birth Certificate, and a clean criminal background check. (this will be done at time of hiring) Contact Melissa Shroyer at 419-230-9203 Applications can be picked up at 13101 Infirmary Road, Wapakoneta or at OPEN INTRVIEWS at 401 Court Street (Church of the Nazarene) Wapakoneta on June 15th 2012 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Applications are available online at

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)Full, Part Time, & PRN Responsible for resident services including personal care services, social-recreational activities, dining services, medication assistance/ administration, nursing services, and others as needed for resident wellbeing. Train care staff as needed. Assists with instrumental activities of daily living, environmental orientation, assistance or administration of medication, treatments and other care while encouraging self care and independence, as permitted by Ohio regulations. Must be able to 2nd and/or 3rd shift and weekends. Experience in AL or SNF preferred. At Caldwell House Assisted Living, we are committed to providing personalized care for our residents and their families. Caldwell House is an equal opportunity employer that offers competitive salaries, comprehensive health and dental benefits, life insurance, 401(k), paid time off (PTO) and more. Applications can be filled out in person Monday thru Friday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Resumes can be submitted to or faxed to 937-339-2455. Caldwell House is located at 2900 Corporate Drive, Troy, Ohio.

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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 11CV000180 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, successor by merger to Chase Home Finance LLC, Plaintiff vs. Earl S. Bell, deceased, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, 5977 Hardin Wapak Road, Sidney, OH 45365 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on June 27, 2012, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Shelby, and in the Village of Hardin: being lot number 27 in the Village of Hardin, Shelby County, Ohio and subject to an easement for highway purposes in Volume 5, page 541 of the Shelby County Miscellaneous Records. Parcel Number 48-1831227.008 Said Premises Located at 5977 Hardin Wapak Road, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $27,000 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days. Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Tina R. Edmondson, Attorney June 6, 13, 20 2288302

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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 09 CV 268 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. Bank of America, N.A. successor by merger to Countrywide Bank, FSB fka Countrywide Bank, a Division of Treasury Bank, N.A., Plaintiff vs. Craig L. Gasson, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, 21 East Park Street, Fort Loramie, OH 45845 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on June 27, 2012, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, Situate in the Village of Fort Loramie, County of Shelby, and State of Ohio, to-wit: Being Inlot Number Eighty (80) in the Third Addition in the Village of Fort Loramie, Shelby County, Ohio. ALSO: The west half of the vacated alley adjacent to Inlot 80 in the Third Addition in the Village of Fort Loramie, Shelby County, Ohio, as described in Ordinance No. 72-440 recorded May 17, 1972 at Volume 12, Page 402, Shelby County Miscellaneous Records. Subject to legal highways, easements, covenants and restrictions, if any, of record. Parcel No: 31-1706326.011 and 31-1706326.022 Prior Deed Reference: O.R. Book 1059, Page 271 Said Premises Located 21 East Park Street, Fort Loramie, OH 45845 Said Premises Appraised at $50,000 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days. Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH S. Scott Martin, Attorney June 6, 13, 20 2288306

RECLINER, Blue, nice condition, you must move, $65, (937)698-6362

COMMERCIAL MOWER, Dixon Zero-turn 50" deck with 6x10 lawn trailer, both in great shape! $4500 OBO, (937)726-5761. POND PLANTS, Hardy water lillies & bog plants, potted and blooming, free umbrella palm w/purchase. (937)676-3455 or (937)417-5272 Laura, OH RIDING MOWER, Ariens, only used once, bought for $1386, will sell for $1186. (937)339-0162 RIDING MOWER, Craftsman 44 inch, just serviced, new battery, runs very good, $500 OBO, (937)538-6083.

LLAMAS, have moved and must get rid of our llamas. (937)541-5655.

ADULT SCOOTER, Go Go Ultra Handicap, made to travel, very little wear, $1200 new, would like $700 OBO, (937)570-8124. BATTERIES New 6 volt golf cart batteries. $79.99 while supplies last. (937)394-2223 CEMETERY PLOTS, Miami Memorial Park, Covington, Ohio, includes 2 lots and 2 vaults, Christus Section. sell at 1980 price, (937)773-3623. DRESSER with mirror, youth, black in color. $100. (937)622-1326 after 4pm. FREE HAULING! Refrigerators, freezers, batteries, washers, dryers, tanning beds, water heater, metal/ steel. JunkBGone. (937)538-6202 TOW BAR, used Stowmaster 5000 with cables, safety cords and cover. Very good condition. $175 (937)570-3476.

SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 11CV000372 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. Bank of America, N.A. successor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, LP, Plaintiff vs. Kathy D. Trisler, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction1, 3401 Chickasaw Court, Sidney, OH 45365 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on June 27, 2012, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, Situated in the Township of Washington, County of Shelby, State of Ohio, and is described as follows: Being Lot Number 185 in the First Addition to Arrowhead Hills located in part of the Southeast Quarter, Section 8, Town 7, Range 6 East, Washington Township, Shelby County, Ohio. Parcel No: 58-26-08-429-022 Prior Deed Reference: Volume 1605, Page 265 Said Premises Located at 3401 Chickasaw Court, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $40,000 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days. Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Mark P. Herring, Attorney June 6, 13, 20 2288309

SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 CASE NO. 11CV000456 The State of Ohio, Shelby County JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association successor by merger to Chase Home Finance, LLC, Plaintiff vs. Michelle A. Osborne, ET AL., Defendants In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction1, 827 Spruce Avenue, Sidney, OH 45365 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on July 11, 2012, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, situate in the City of Sidney, County of Shelby and State of Ohio: Being Inlot Number Sixteen Hundred Five (1605) in Glennova Addition to the City of Sidney, as shown on Plat Record No. 3, Page 6, subject to all legal highways; and subject also to the condition that no building or part thereof shall be erected on said Lot nearer than Twelve (12) feet to the front property line thereof. Parcel No: 01-18-36-354-013 Prior Deed Reference: Volume 1657 page 100 Said Premises Located at 827 Spruce Avenue, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $ 25,000 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days. John R. Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio PAMELA A. FEHRING Attorney June 13, 20, 27 2290790 SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SECTION 2329.25 NO. 11CV000460 The State of Ohio, Shelby County US Bank National Association, as Trustee for SASCO Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-WF1, Plaintiff vs. Jill Puff, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the second floor lobby of the Courthouse in the above named county, on Wednesday, the 27th day of June, 2012 at 10:00AM the following described real estate, situate in the County of Shelby and State of Ohio, and Village of Jackson Center , to wit: Situated in the County of Shelby, in the State of Ohio and in the Village of Jackson Center, and bounded and described as follows: Being Inlot Number One Hundred Nineteen (119) in the incorporated Village of Jackson Center, Ohio, in Baughman's Fifth Addition to said Village. Said Premises Located at 107 Jackson Street, Jackson Center, OH 45334 Said Premises Appraised at $40,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% deposit Kelly A. Spengler, Attorney John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio June 6, 13, 20 2289230


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Sidney Daily News, Wednesday, June 13, 2012

SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 11 CV 000268 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association successor by merger to Chase Home Finance LLC successor by merger to Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corporation, Plaintiff vs. Jaime Coca-Mendoza, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, 115 Birch Street, Jackson Center, OH 45334 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on June 27, 2012, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, Situate in the Village of Jackson Center, County of Shelby and State of Ohio: Being Lot Numbered FOUR HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE (439) in the Country Estates Subdivision of Jackson Center, Ohio, as disclosed by the plat thereof recorded in Volume 29, Page 39 of the Plat Records of Shelby County, Ohio. Parcel No: 20-0610476.017 Prior Deed Reference: Volume 1406 page 213 Said Premises Located 115 Birch Street, Jackson Center, OH 45334 Said Premises Appraised at $80,000 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days. Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Sara M. Petersmann, Attorney June 6, 13, 20 2288304

SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 CASE NO. 11CV000327 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. U.S. Bank, National Association, Plaintiff vs. Christopher R. Alexander, et al., Defendants. In pursuant of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the 2nd Floor Lobby of the Courthouse, in Sidney, in the above named County, on Wednesday, the 11th day of July, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Shelby and State of Ohio, and in the City of Sidney, to wit: Subdivision Number Four (4) of Outlot Number Forty-Two (42) in the City of Sidney, Ohio, being Fifty-Three (53) feet off the East end of the North half of said Outlot Number Forty-Two (42); beginning at the Northeast corner of said Outlot; thence West on the North line thereof Fifty-Three (53) feet; thence South parallel with the East line of said Outlot to the South line of said North half of said Outlot; thence East with said line to the East line of said Outlot; thence North to the place of beginning. Subject to legal highways, easements, conditions and restrictions of record. Said Premises Located at: 119-121 West Water Street, Sidney, Ohio 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $65,000 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Terms of Sale: 10% down day of sale John R. Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio Joshua J. Epling (SC#0079568), Attorney for Plaintiff June 13, 20, 27 2290740

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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 11CV000265 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. Bank of America, N.A., as successor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, LP, Plaintiff vs. Lynn S. Paul, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, 303 West State Street, Botkins, OH 45306 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on June 27, 2012, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, SITUATED IN THE VILLAGE OF BOTKINS, COUNTY OF SHELBY AND STATE OF OHIO: BEING LOT NUMBER ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SEVEN (137) IN THE VILLAGE OF BOTKINS AFORESAID COUNTY AND STATE. SAID LOTS HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY DESCRIBED AS THE EAST HALF OF THE WEST HALF OF LOT NUMBER FORTY-SEVEN (47) OF SAID VILLAGE AS WAS SURVEYED AND PLATTED BY A.J. WELLS IN THE YEAR 1880 BEING PART OF A LOT ORIGINALLY NUMBERED THIRTEEN (13). Parcel No: 11-05-05-227-002 Prior Deed Reference: Volume 369, Page 247 Said Premises Located at 303 West State Street, Botkins, OH 45306 Said Premises Appraised at $48,000 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days. Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Miranda S. Hamrick, Attorney June 6, 13, 20 2288308

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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 CASE NO. 12CV000082 The State of Ohio, Shelby County Bank of America, N.A., successor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, LP, Plaintiff vs. Barbara A. Harshbarger, ET AL., Defendants In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on Wednesday, July 11, 2012, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, Situated in the City of Sidney, County of Shelby, State of Ohio and described as follows: Being Lot Number 5803 of Eagle Glen Phase III, Subdivision, as the same is numbered and delineated upon the recorded plat thereof, of record in Plat Records Book 24, Page 44, Recorder's Office, Shelby County, Ohio. Said Premises Located at 791 West Parkwood Street; Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $90,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days John R. Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio Jeffrey R. Jinkens, Esq. Luper Neidenthal & Logan 50 West Broad Street, Ste 1200 Columbus, Ohio 43215-3374 (614) 221-766 Attorney June 13, 20, 27 2290823

SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 11CV000440 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. Bank of America, N.A. successor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, LP, Plaintiff vs. Bethany A. Petry, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, 320 Oak Street, Sidney, OH 45365 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on July 11, 2012, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, Situated in the City of Sidney, County of Shelby and State of Ohio: Being the South Half (S 1/2) of InLot No. Four Hundred Seventy-Six (476) in the City of Sidney, Ohio. Being the same premises as conveyed by a deed recorded in of Shelby County, Ohio. Parcel No: 01-18-25-382-005 Prior Deed Reference: Volume 1666, page 448 Said Premises Located at 320 Oak Street, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $32,000 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Jennifer A. Baughman, Attorney June 13, 20, 27

SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 CASE NO. 12CV000039 The State of Ohio, Shelby County Wells Fargo Bank, NA, Plaintiff vs. Jason E. Rader, et al., Defendants In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the second floor lobby of the Courthouse in the above named county, on Wednesday, the 11th day of July, 2012 at 10:00 AM the following described real estate, situtate in the County of Shelby and State of Ohio, and Township of Sidney, to wit: Situate in the County of Shelby, in the State of Ohio, and in the Township of Washington: Being Lot Number Two Hundred Fifty Four (254) in the Second Addition to Arrowhead Hills located in part of the Southeast Quarter, Section Eight (8), Town Seven (7), Range Six (6) East, Washington Township, Shelby County, Ohio, and subject to the protective covenants, easements and restrictions set forth on said plat recorded in Volume 16, Page 47 of the Plat records of Shelby County, Ohio. Said Premises Located at 3310 Red Feather Road, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $70,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% deposit. John R. Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio Kelly A. Spengler Attorney

SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 11681 REVISED CODE SEC. 2329.26 CASE NO. 12CV000014 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, Plaintiff vs. Sharon L. Cathcart aka Sharon Cathcart, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, on the Second floor lobby of the Shelby County Courthouse, in Sidney, Ohio, on Wednesday, the 27 day of June, 2012 at 10:00 A.M. o’clock, the following described real estate, to-wit: LEGAL DESCRIPTION CAN BE FOUND AT THE SHELBY COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 329 Fourth Avenue, Sidney, Ohio PROPERTY OWNER: Sharon L. Cathcart PRIOR DEED REFERENCE: OR Book 1710, Page 199 PP#: 01-18-26-458-027 and #01-18-26-458-028 Said Premises Located at 329 Fourth Avenue, Sidney, Ohio Said Premises Appraised at $51,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of this amount. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. Cannot be sold for less than 2/3rds of the appraised value. 10% of purchase price down on day of sale, cash or certified check, balance on confirmation of sale. John R. Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio REIMER, ARNOVITZ, CHERNEK & JEFFREY CO., L.P.A. By: Scott P. Ciupak (Reg. #0076117) Attorney for Plaintiff P.O. Box 968 Twinsburg, Ohio 44087 Telephone: (330) 425-4201 Fax: 330-425-0339 Email: June 6, 13, 20


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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE CASE NUMBER 11CV000422 U.S. Bank National Association, as Trustee for the Holders of the Specialty Underwriting and Residential Finance Trust, Mortgage Loan Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2006-BC1, Plaintiff -vsSherri Steinke aka, Sherri A. Steinke aka, Sherri Ann Steinke, et al., Defendants Court of Common Pleas, Shelby County, Ohio In pursuance of an Pluries Order of Sale (without reappraisal) in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction at the 2nd floor lobby of the Courthouse in the above county, on the 11th day of July, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. the following described real estate: Situate in the Village of Botkins, County of Shelby, and State of Ohio, and described as follows: Being Lot Numbered 184 in the Village of Botkins, Shelby County, Ohio as platted and surveyed by J.E. House, A.D. 1902. Plat Book 3, Page 62 Parcel Number(s): 11-02-32-484-003 Prior Deed Info.: General Warranty Deed, OR Book 1547, Page 209, Filed August 22, 2005 Said premises also known as 112 Roth St, Botkins OH 45306 PPN: 11-02-32-484-003 Appraised at: $85,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds (2/3) of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: A DEPOSIT OF A CERTIFIED CHECK, PAYABLE TO THE SHERIFF, OR CASH, FOR TEN (10%) PER CENT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME THE BID IS ACCEPTED; EXCEPT WHERE THE BID AMOUNT IS $3,000.00 OR LESS, THE MINIMUM DEPOSIT SHALL BE $300 AND THE MAXIMUM DEPOSIT IN ANY CASE SHALL BE $10,000. THE FULL PURCHASE PRICE PAID TO THE SHERIFF WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE, AND UNLESS PAID WITHIN EIGHT (8) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE SHALL BEAR INTEREST AT THE RATE OF TEN (10%) PER CENT UNTIL PAID, AND ON FAILURE TO DO SO, THE PURCHASER, SHALL BE ADJUDGED IN CONTEMPT OF COURT. Dean A. Kimpel, Sheriff of Shelby County THE LAW OFFICES OF JOHN D. CLUNK, CO., LPA John D. Clunk #0005376 Ted A. Humbert #0022307 Timothy R. Billick #0010390 Robert R. Hoose #0074544 4500 Courthouse Blvd, #400, Stow OH 44224 PH: 330-436-0300 FAX: 330-436-0301 June 13, 20, 27 2290573



SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE CASE NUMBER 11CV000462 Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas As Indenture Trustee For The Registered Holders Of Saxon Asset Securities Trust 20063 Mortgage Loan Asset Backed Notes, Series 2006-3, Plaintiff -vsLeona K. Mossman, et al., Defendants Court of Common Pleas, Shelby County, Ohio In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction at the 2nd floor lobby of the Courthouse in the above county, on the 27th day of June, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. the following described real estate: SITUATED IN THE COUNTY OF SHELBY, IN THE STATE OF OHIO, AND IN THE TOWNSHIP OF WASHINGTON AND BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEING PAT OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER, SECTION EIGHT (8), TOWN SEVEN (7), RANGE SIX (6) EAST AND BEING LOT NUMBER 149 OF THE ARROWHEAD HILLS SUBDIVISION AS THE SAME IS PLATTED AND WHICH PLAT IS OF RECORD IN PLAT BOOK 11, PAGE 28 AND IS REFILED IN PLAT BOOK 11, PAGE 39 OF THE PLAT RECORDS OF SHELBY COUNTY, OHIO. Parcel Number(s): 58-2608431.031 Prior Deed Info.: Quit Claim Deed, Volume 258, Page 137, Recorded June 12, 1986 and Re-Recorded Volume 259, Page 480, July 16, 1986 Said premises also known as 10981 Comanche Drive, Sidney OH 45365-9587 PPN: 58-2608431.031 Appraised at: $55,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than twothirds (2/3) of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: A DEPOSIT OF A CERTIFIED CHECK, PAYABLE TO THE SHERIFF, OR CASH, FOR TEN (10%) PER CENT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME THE BID IS ACCEPTED; EXCEPT WHERE THE BID AMOUNT IS $3,000.00 OR LESS, THE MINIMUM DEPOSIT SHALL BE $300 AND THE MAXIMUM DEPOSIT IN ANY CASE SHALL BE $10,000. THE FULL PURCHASE PRICE PAID TO THE SHERIFF WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE, AND UNLESS PAID WITHIN EIGHT (8) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE SHALL BEAR INTEREST AT THE RATE OF TEN (10%) PER CENT UNTIL PAID, AND ON FAILURE TO DO SO, THE PURCHASER, SHALL BE ADJUDGED IN CONTEMPT OF COURT. Dean A. Kimpel, Sheriff of Shelby County THE LAW OFFICES OF JOHN D. CLUNK, CO., LPA John D. Clunk #0005376 Ted A. Humbert #0022307 Timothy R. Billick #0010390 Robert R. Hoose #0074544 4500 Courthouse Blvd, #400, Stow OH 44224 PH: 330-436-0300, FAX: 330-436-0301 June 6, 13, 20 2287955


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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 11CV000430 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. Bank of America, N.A. successor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, LP, Plaintiff vs. Dock Foy, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, 425 Jefferson Street, Sidney, OH 45365 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on June 27, 2012, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, SITUATE IN THE CITY OF SIDNEY, COUNTY OF SHELBY AND STATE OF OHIO AND BEING THE WHOLE OF INLOT NUMBER 762 IN SAID CITY, COUNTY AND STATE. Parcel No: 01-1825433.008 Prior Deed Reference: OR Book 1657, Page 549 Said Premises Located 425 Jefferson Street, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $30,000 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days. Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Lori N. Wight, Attorney June 6, 13, 20 2288305 COURT OF COMMON PLEAS SHELBY COUNTY, OHIO Case No.: 12CV000080 Judge: James Stevenson LEGAL NOTICE IN SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association successor by merger to Chase Home Finance, LLC, Plaintiff, -vsTony M. Williams aka Tony M. Williams, Sr., et al., Defendants. Tony M. Williams aka Tony M. Williams, Sr. and Jane Doe, name unknown, spouse of Tony M. Williams aka Tony M. Williams, Sr., whose last known address is 809 East Court Street, Sidney, OH 45365, and the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, executors, administrators, spouses and assigns and the unknown guardians of minor and/or incompetent heirs of Tony M. Williams aka Tony M. Williams, Sr., all of whose residences are unknown and cannot by reasonable diligence be ascertained, will take notice that on the 7th day of March, 2012, JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association successor by merger to Chase Home Finance, LLC filed its Complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Shelby County, Ohio in Case No. 12CV000080, on the docket of the Court, and the object and demand for relief of which pleading is to foreclose the lien of plaintiff's mortgage recorded upon the following described real estate to wit: Property Address: 809 East Court Street, Sidney, OH 45365, and being more particularly described in plaintiff's mortgage recorded in Mortgage Book 1657, page 286, of this County Recorder's Office. All of the above named defendants are required to answer within twenty-eight (28) days after last publication, which shall be published once a week for three consecutive weeks, or they might be denied a hearing in this case. Miranda S. Hamrick, Trial Counsel Ohio Supreme Court Reg. #0084960 LERNER, SAMPSON & ROTHFUSS Attorneys for Plaintiff P.O. Box 5480 Cincinnati, OH 45201-5480 (513) 241-3100 May 30, June, 6, 13 2288116

SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SECTION 2329.25 NO. 11CV000390 The State of Ohio, Shelby County JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, Plaintiff vs. Chad J. Remaklus, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the second floor lobby of the Courthouse in the above named county, on Wednesday, the 27th day of June, 2012 at 10:00AM the following described real estate, situate in the County of Shelby and State of Ohio, and Township of Yorkshire , to wit: Situate in the County of Shelby, State of Ohio, and in the Township of Cynthian, and bounded and described as follows: Situated in the Northwest Quarter of Section Twenty-Two (22), Township Eleven (11) North, Range Four (4) East, Cynthian Township, Shelby County, Ohio, being part of a 40 acre tract described in Deed Records Volume 146, Page 540, in the office of the Shelby County Recorder, and being more particularly described as follows: Commencing at a spike found called over a stone at the Northwest corner of said Northwest quarter and in the intersection of Loy Road and Darke-Shelby Road; thence South 0 degrees 45' 15" East along the West line of said quarter and along DarkeShelby Road 380.00 feet to a spike set, being the true Point of Beginning for the tract herein described; thence North 89 degrees 15' 07" East along a new division line 621.40 feet to a point in the centerline of an existing ditch, witness an iron pin set South 89 degrees 15' 07" West 30.00 feet; thence South 28 degrees 30' 17" East along a new division line and along said ditch 186.46 feet to an iron pin set; thence South 5 degrees 45' 43" East along a new division line and along said ditch 227.87 feet to an iron pin set; thence South 55 degrees 35' 49" West along a new division line and along said ditch 93.84 feet to an iron pin set; thence North 83 degrees 18' 52" West along a new division line and along said ditch 231.95 feet to an iron pin set; thence South 89 degrees 15' 07" West along a new division line 420.00 feet to a spike set on the West line of said quarter and in said road; thence North 0 degrees 45' 15" West along said West line along said road 414.00 feet to the point of beginning, containing 6.715 acres, more or less. 6.563 acres exclusive of road right-of-way, being subject to legal highways and other easements of record. Bearings for the above description are based upon the North line of the Northeast quarter of Section 21 (North 89 degrees 15' 00" East) per prior survey. The above description was written and surveyed by James F. Stayton, Registered Surveyor #6739 from a survey plat made August 17, 2000. The above survey is recorded in Plat Book Volume 29, Page 51, in the office of the Shelby County Recorder. Said Premises Located at 7904 Darke Shelby County, Yorkshire, OH 45388 Said Premises Appraised at $120,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% deposit John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio Melissa N. Meinhart, Attorney June 6, 13, 20 2289228

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LEGAL NOTICE The Turtle Creek Township Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing on Monday, June 25, 2012 at 7:00PM at the township house on an Application for Variance from Kenneth A. Knapke, 10686 St. Rt. 47 W, Sidney, to build an addition to his house that does not meet the current set back requirements. The public is invited to attend. Kevin Orndorff, Secretary Turtle Creek Township Zoning Board of Appeals June 13 2292016


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