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GOOD MORNING Trailer destroyed in Sunday fire at Pleasant Lake BY AMY OBERLIN firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASANT LAKE — A trailer in Pleasant Lake was destroyed by fire Sunday afternoon. The Steuben Township Fire Department was called to a stove fire at 720 W. Parkway Drive at 2:10 p.m. and arrived to a fully engulfed blaze, said Steuben Township Fire Chief Jeremy Anstett. Angola, Hamilton and Hudson fire departments helped at the scene and Ashley’s fire department stood by at the Pleasant Lake station. The occupant of the trailer, whose name was not available Monday, sustained second-degree burns and was taken to a hospital for treatment, said Anstett. She had been released from the hospital Monday, he said. The trailer is considered a total loss. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Unemployment dips slightly While down, Steuben rate is 34th highest in state FROM STAFF REPORTS
INDIANAPOLIS — Unemployment rates improved slightly throughout the four-county area in July, said data released Monday by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. LaGrange County saw the largest change, falling to 7.2 percent in July from the revised June figure of 7.6 percent. Noble County’s unemployment rate dropped 0.3 percentage points to 8.4 percent in July. DeKalb and Steuben counties each saw 0.2 percentage-point drops, with DeKalb County’s
unemployment rate falling to 8.4 percent and Steuben County’s falling to 8.5 percent. Steuben County’s unemployment rate tied for 34th highest in the monthly ranking of the state’s 92 counties. The labor force increased in July for all of the four counties except LaGrange. In Allen County, the labor force dropped by nearly 1,000 in July, as that county’s unemployment rate rose from 8.3 to 8.6 percent. The statewide unemployment rate was unchanged at 8.4 percent despite the fourth month in a row
of job growth in the private sector, the DWD said. Ellen Cutter, director with the Community Research Institute at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, said while there was some improvement, unemployment for the region actually increased. “Despite some positive dynamics, the unemployment rate for the 10-county region is 8.4 (percent), up slightly over last month … and is identical to the rate for last July. This stalling out is contrary to what has been observed at the state and national
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Unemployment rates In percentages COUNTY DeKalb LaGrange Noble Steuben Allen Elkhart Indiana* U.S.*
JULY 2013 8.4 7.2 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.5 8.4 7.4
JUNE 2013 8.6 7.6 8.7 8.7 8.3 8.6 8.4 7.6
JULY 2012 9.0 8.0 9.1 8.8 8.3 9.5 8.4 8.2
*seasonally adjusted SOURCE: INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
levels, in which year-over-year declines have been recorded for the last four years in Indiana SEE UNEMPLOYMENT, PAGE A8
Council OKs tax break Electri-Tec to expand, add to its workforce
Summer reading wraps up at Fremont Library FREMONT — More than 350 readers participated in the summer reading program at the Fremont Public Library. The following are the winners in the final drawings: animal puppets for readers through fourthgrade — Janessa Ritter, Jacob Behm, Ethan Bock, Mary Bear Long, Aaron Sturtevant, Michael Fisher, McKinzie Quear and Joren Fisher. MP3 winners for teens were Carson Outwater and Jillian Springer. Adult prize winners were MP3 player, Barbara Lloyd; ice cream maker — Latrisha Nickolson; coffee grinder — Carol Hudson; smoothie maker — Angela Wirick and breakfast at Clay’s — Paul Musselman.
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said Rebecca, who said she enjoyed the time with her mom before returning to Defiance College in Defiance, Ohio, Sunday night. The Kains roomed with Miss Pike County Ashley Riley and her mother. “It was just uncanny how much the two girls had in common,” said Melody. The girls had plenty to chat about and even the mothers had connections, from being school bus drivers to running manufacturing companies. The Kains operate Kain Tool in Orland. Rebecca is a service leader and plays volleyball at Defiance College. Melody said the volleyball coach was accommodating with Kain returning to school a little later than practices dictated.
ANGOLA — A longtime Angola manufacturer with a Fort Wayne parent company interested in growing businesses was awarded a five-year tax abatement at Monday’s Angola Common Council meeting. Electric-Tec, 509 Growth Parkway, requested the tax abatement on $650,000 in real property improvements and $40,000 in new manufacturing equipment and has forecast adding five jobs. In its application to the city, Eletric-Tec officials said they are planning to complete a 69-foot by 225-foot metal building addition to add manufacturing and storage space. The addition will add 15,525 square feet, including additional restroom facilities, an enclosed air compressor room and high efficiency lighting. Greg Baker, Electric-Tec’s chief financial officer, said the company has already started work on the expansion in Angola. “We’re trying to grow the company,” Baker said. “We’ve already made the investment in equipment. We’ll add 15,000 feet and see where it goes.” Electric-Tec was purchased by and became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Khorporate Holdings,
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Miss Steuben County Rebecca Kain, back right wearing red dress, was one of the top 10 contestants in this year’s Indiana State Fair Queen
Pageant. The queen is Alyssa Garnett of Pulaski County and her court includes Miss DeKalb County Madison Seifert, second from left.
Steuben fair queen makes history BY AMY OBERLIN firstname.lastname@example.org
INDIANAPOLIS — Rebecca Kain made Steuben County history this weekend. Kain, Miss Steuben County, was chosen as one of the top 10 contestants in the 56th annual Indiana State Fair Queen Pageant. She is the first Steuben County 4-H Fair queen to achieve the top 10. Queen is Alyssa Garnett of Pulaski County and her court includes Miss DeKalb County Madison Seifert. Seifert was second runner-up; first runner-up was Emily Robertson from Cass County. “I was the first one called in the top 10 and I was just so surprised and so shocked,” said Kain, 19, the daughter of Rod and Melody Kain of Orland.
She was crowned Miss Steuben County in July and was among 87 candidates competing for the Miss Indiana State Fair title. “They’ve all done some really great things,” said Rebecca. “I was really honored.” The pageant spans several days, and Rebecca and her mother spent the weekend in Indianapolis. “It was really a great motherdaughter time,” said Melody. They took in the Montgomery Gentry concert Thursday night before Friday’s interviews and Saturday’s modeling competition, which includes professional wear and evening gowns. A public pageant was held on Sunday. Rebecca thanked the many supporters that spurred her on at the event and by Facebook and telephone calls. “It was a great weekend,”
Court ruling may let Mubarak go free CAIRO (AP) — Jailed ex-Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak could be released later this week, judicial officials said Monday, a move that would fuel the unrest roiling the country after the autocratic leader’s successor was removed in a military coup. Underscoring the growing anger over Mohammed Morsi’s ouster, suspected Islamic militants ambushed two minibuses carrying off-duty policemen in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, forcing the men to lie on the sand and shooting 25 of them dead. The brazen daylight attack raised fears that the strategic desert region bordering Israel and the Gaza Strip could be plunged into insurgency. The 25 were given a funeral with full military honors after a plane brought their bodies to an air base in eastern Cairo. Interior Minister Mohammed Ibrahim, who is in charge of the police, and the army’s Chief of Staff, Gen. Sedki Sobhi, led the funeral. The coffins of the victims were
draped in red, white and black Egyptian flags and, in a show of solidarity, were jointly carried in the funeral procession by army soldiers and policemen. Earlier, relatives and friends wept over the coffins. Despite the violence, Cairo, a bustling metropolis of some 18 million people, began to restore a sense of normalcy although the capital remained under a state of emergency and a dusk-to-dawn curfew. Daytime traffic was back to its normal congested levels and stores were open. Government employees also returned to work. And the Central Bank ordered banks to extend by one hour their curtailed opening hours effective today. During his decades ruling Egypt, Mubarak frequently warned that Egypt would fall into chaos without him at the helm. The 85-year-old former president has been in detention since April 2011, weeks after he was ousted in a revolution against his rule.
Damaged pharaonic objects lie on the floor and in broken cases in the Malawi Antiquities Museum after it was ransacked and looted between last week in Malawi, south of Minya, Egypt. The interim Cabinet authorized police to use deadly force against anyone targeting police and state institutions on Thursday. The violence capped off a week that saw more than 700 people killed.
He was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison in June last year for his failure to stop the
killing of some 900 protesters in the 18-day uprising. His sentence SEE MUBARAK, PAGE A8
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Several people arrested over the weekend ANGOLA â€” The following people were arrested over the weekend by law enforcement officers working in Steuben County and lodged in the Steuben County Jail. â€˘ Matthew L. Aldrich, 30, Hamilton, arrested in Hamilton for misdemeanor operating while intoxicated. â€˘ Carolyn A. Bowdish, 29, Fremont, arrested on a warrant for felony battery of a child. â€˘ Brennan J. Crist, 22, Brian, Ohio, arrested at North Wayne and Broad streets for misdemeanor operating while intoxicated. â€˘ Brendan C. Deforest, 20, Auburn, arrested in the 500 block of Northcrest Drive for misdemeanor minor in possession of alcohol. â€˘ Corey S. Eaves, 33, Fort Wayne, arrested in Hamilton for misdemeanor operating while intoxicated with .08 percent or more blood alcohol content and driving while suspended with a prior. â€˘ Kristi K. Fortkamp, 51, Mendon, Ohio, arrested on a warrant for failure to appear. â€˘ Brandon K. Hicks, 36, Fremont, arrested at Coldwater Street and Cora Lane, Fremont, for misdemeanor domestic battery. â€˘ April M. Huffman, 35, Angola, arrested on a warrant for misdemeanor operating while intoxicated and civil contempt of court. â€˘ Dale J. Mason III, 27, Angola, arrested on a warrant for probation violation. â€˘ Kenneth D. Morrill, 28, Angola, arrested at North Wayne Street and Harcourt Road for misdemeanor operating while intoxicated. â€˘ Jacob C. Myers, 39, Angola, arrested at C.R. 100N and C.R. 170W for misdemeanor operating while intoxicated and unlicensed driver. â€˘ Ricky L. Payton, 31, LaGrange, arrested on C.R. 100N, west of Wohlert Street, for felony habitual traffic offender. â€˘ Tyler J. Ritter, 22, Angola, arrested at home for felony residential entry and misdemeanor battery. â€˘ April S. White, 31, Angola, arrested on a warrant for felony neglect of a dependent.
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Angola teen gets 10 years for helping rob local couple BY AMY OBERLIN email@example.com
ANGOLA â€” A teen involved in a February 2012 armed robbery at a Steuben County home was sentenced Monday to 10 years. Phillip Edward Beach, 19, received a 10-year prison sentence with four years suspended. Steuben Superior Court Judge William Fee is
requesting that the Indiana Department of Correctioins allow Beach to enter the Therapeutic Communities for Purposeful Incarceration program, which is geared toward rehabilitation of people with addiction issues. â€œIt is up to you to do the heavy lifting,â€? Fee told Beach. During his sentencing Monday, Beach told the
judge he planned to start from that moment forward leading a better life. Fee noted that the best way to show respect to the victims of the crime is to make positive changes. Beach entered the home of a Loon Lake couple with a shotgun along with accomplice Mathew John Kaczmarek, 19, who was sentenced to 10 years with four suspended July 8.
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Lazoff trains for ISPâ€™s dive team INDIANAPOLIS â€” The Indiana State Police appointed 10 troopers to the departmentâ€™s Underwater Search Rescue/Recovery Team. The scuba team members had recently completed their six-month probationary period as divers and received their uniform pins from Superintendent Douglas Carter, designating them as USRT members.
Included in the group was Trooper Matthew Lazoff, Hudson, who patrols in Steuben Lazoff County as part of the Fort Wayne district. The state police training program started in 1960 with 14 men
that were sent to a six-day scuba school. The program has since evolved into a 24-day school where more than 25 dives are completed combined with 40 hours of classroom work. USRT Commander Sgt. Alan Lowrance said the divers leaving the program today are well equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to safely navigate the often
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ANGOLA â€” Steuben County Commissioners on Monday approved an alley vacation request near Long Beach Lake after it was tabled on Aug. 5. The request was made by Lake George Community Church and Tom Saylor, owner of Tomâ€™s Donuts, who has a store next to the church.
Pastor Paul Metzger said he and members of his congregation have worked out several details for the proposal with neighbors. On Aug. 5, Plan Commission member Bill Schmidt said the issue had been before the Steuben County Plan Commission twice. From their May meeting, the proposal was forwarded to the Steuben
Commissioners with a neutral, 3-2 recommendation with one abstention. The land is not used and Metzger said the church was trying to stabilize the hill. Property owners who hired attorney Allen Stout to fight the measure feared a road might be put in by the church. On Monday, Metzger assured commissioners that was not going to occur.
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Their intent was to steal prescription pills, court documents say. Beach received credit for 539 days spent in Steuben County Jail and good time credit for 276 days due to administrative penalties at the jail. Good time credit is one day for every one day served; and with good time Beach has about two years left to serve.
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ANGOLA â€” An Angola man was sentenced to eight years Monday for methamphetamine possession. Richard O. Brandon, 28, pleaded guilty to a Class C felony count and received the maximum eight years, with two years suspended
and two years probation. He admitted to having more than 3 grams of meth last year. He was arrested on a warrant filed in July 2012 alleging Class B felony meth possession along with several other drug-related charges. Those counts were dismissed in exchange for his guilty plea.
With Indiana good time credit, Brandon will serve three more years behind bars. He is currently housed at Westville Correctional Facility, serving a four-year sentence for probation violation and aiding in the possession of a controlled substance in DeKalb County.
Driver strikes police car FROM STAFF REPORTS
PIONEER, Ohio â€” A state trooper with the Defiance post was injured Sunday afternoon when a driver failed to stop at a stop sign on Ohio S.R. 576 in Williams County and struck the trooperâ€™s cruiser, sending both vehicles into ditches, the Toldeo Blade reports. Investigators said
Trooper Gale Horn, 43, was driving south on Ohio S.R. 576 when a car driven by Nathan Rios, 25, of Angola, went through the stop sign at Williams C.R. R and struck the left side of Hornâ€™s car. Riosâ€™ car went into a ditch and rolled, troopers said, while Hornâ€™s car went into another ditch. Rios and his passenger
were treated at the scene for minor injuries and Horn was taken to Bryan Hospital, where he was treated and released. Rios was cited for operating a vehicle while impaired and for failure to stop at a stop sign. Both drivers and a passenger in Riosâ€™ car were wearing seat belts, police said
jailed for child molesting FROM STAFF REPORTS
ANGOLA â€” An Angola man was arrested on Monday for allegedly molesting a child under age 14, said a news release from the Steuben County Sheriffâ€™s Department. Arrested on a preliminary charge of child molesting was Dayton Penland Penland, 23, for a Class A felony, which carries up to a 50-year prison sentence. The investigation was conducted on Monday, resulting in the arrest. The incident allegedly occurred between March and July 2013, the news release said. â€œDuring the course of the investigation, Steuben County detectives determined that the offense occurred within the town of Hudson in Steuben County,â€? the news release said. An official charge by the Steuben County Prosecutorâ€™s Office had not been filed as of late Monday afternoon. Charges were not expected to be filed until today at the earliest.
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People • Chris Brown shows canceled in Canada TORONTO (AP) — The promoter of four Chris Brown concerts in Canada scheduled this summer says the events have been canceled. Stephen Tobin, owner of Drop Brown Entertainment Group, said Monday that the decision was made after consulting with Brown and in light of his recent personal and health-related issues. The R&B star had his probation reinstated Friday after he was involved in an alleged hit-and-run accident. The hit-and-run charge was dismissed earlier. Brown also suffered a seizure earlier this month.
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Shark attack hurts teen in Hawaii HILO, Hawaii (AP) — Hawaii authorities say the second shark attack in the state in less than a week has left a 16-year-old surfer with leg injuries. The Hawaii County Fire Department said the boy suffered injuries on both legs after he was bitten Sunday afternoon southeast of Hilo. He was airlifted to Hilo Medical Center for treatment. The boy’s condition isn’t clear. A call to the hospital’s spokeswoman was not immediately returned. The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources closed ocean waters along the Pohoiki coastline after the attack.
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Supporters of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner hold up signs during a rally at
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San Diego mayor a no-show Filner had promised to return to work on Monday SAN DIEGO (AP) — City Hall opened as usual Monday but Mayor Bob Filner was nowhere to be found, still out of public view as he tries to survive a recall effort prompted by a cascade of sexual harassment allegations that led the entire City Council and many leading fellow Democrats to call for him to resign. City Council President Todd Gloria said he didn’t know if Filner would make a public appearance on Monday, the day the mayor promised to return to work after receiving two weeks of therapy to address behavioral issues. Filner is not obligated to show up but owes the people of San Diego an explanation of his whereabouts, Gloria said. The city’s daily operations have been running fine without Filner, he said, and should the mayor appear it could make female employees uncomfortable. “Those of us who have
called on the mayor to resign know he is not being effective at this time,” Gloria said. “The mayor’s presence is a distraction.” The mayor has not made his schedule public. His spokeswoman Lena Lewis and lawyer James Payne did not respond to calls. More than a dozen women, including a university dean and a retired Navy rear admiral, have gone public with sexual harassment accusations against Filner. Some contend he cornered, groped and forcibly kissed them. The accusations have prompted an avalanche of calls for Filner to resign and a recall effort that started Sunday. Hooters restaurants in San Diego even posted signs saying he’s not welcome. Filner’s former communications director, Irene McCormack Jackson, filed a lawsuit claiming that he asked her to work without
panties, demanded kisses, told her he wanted to see her naked and dragged her in a headlock while whispering in her ear. The latest accuser came forward Thursday — a 67-year-old great-grandmother and volunteer city worker who assists senior citizens. U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer are among a slew of California politicians who have called on the fellow Democrat to step down. Filner has acknowledged that his behavior was unacceptable but has not termed it sexual harassment. Filner, a feisty liberal who served 10 terms in Congress before being elected mayor last November — has long had a reputation for berating employees and has been dogged by rumors of inappropriate behavior toward women. But nothing in his past approaches what has surfaced in the last six weeks.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Potential presidential candidates’ recent burst of summertime Iowa visits belies this reality: No one has started to do the serious spadework of preparing for a 2016 White House run in this important state. Sure, it’s more than two years until Iowa is to begin the presidential selection process. But this is a state where presidential campaigning — including early wooing of state legislators, recruiting volunteers and identifying potential staff — is a near-constant undercurrent. And yet the biggest names in the 2016 speculation game are all but absent in Iowa, so well-known that they have the luxury of staying away and doing little to nothing at this early stage. None is bigger than that of Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton, and she appears to be in no hurry. Iowa has, however, heard from other possible candidates, most notably Republicans looking to position themselves from the outset in what’s expected to be a crowded field. Freshman Texas Sen. Ted Cruz lit up conservative audiences on two recent visits. And Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has stopped in Iowa three times this summer. Even former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown, who is also weighing a bid for Massachusetts governor and New Hampshire senator, threw his name out for consideration while strolling through the Iowa State Fair Sunday, according to The Des Moines Register. “I’m here, seeing if there’s any
interest,” the newspaper quoted Brown as saying. But Republicans with arguably larger profiles, including former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan have all stayed away so far. Bush is the scion of a presidential family. Christie, Rubio and Ryan have emerged as national figures. Ryan also was the 2012 Republican vice presidential nominee. Turmoil over how Republicans should move forward after last year’s election losses has also kept some from stepping out too soon, former Iowa GOP director Chuck Laudner said. “Republicans are all over the map because (President Barack) Obama won, and we can’t figure out why,” said Laudner. For Democrats, Clinton is the dominant early favorite. “I have not heard from Secretary Clinton,” said Bonnie Campbell, Iowa chairwoman of Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign. “I hope I do.” That hasn’t stopped Vice President Joe Biden — who has run for president twice before — from accepting Sen. Tom Harkin’s invitation to headline his annual fall fundraiser, the biggest Democratic event of the year. Longtime Iowa Biden supporter Teri Goodmann, who met privately with Biden last month, said the vice president is weighing a campaign. “Having said that, he’s not a neophyte. He’s a very pragmatic politician, and he is aware of the challenges,” said Goodmann.
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NOTICE OF SUIT SUMMONS - SERVICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE STEUBEN CIRCUIT COURT CAUSE NO. 76C01-1209-MF-0540 STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF STEUBEN SS: BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP, FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP, PLAINTIFF, VS. KIMBERLY M. MACKEY, DEFENDANT The State of Indiana to the Defendant(s) above named, and any other person who may be concerned. You are hereby notified that you have been sued in the Court above named. The nature of the suit against you is: Complaint on Note and to Foreclose Mortgage on Real Estate. Against the property commonly known as 915 Lane 201 Ball Lk., Hamilton, IN 46742-9313 and described as follows: A part of Section 32, Township 36 North, Range 14 East, Otsego Township, Steuben County, Indiana, described as follows: Commencing at the Southwest corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 32; thence North 03 degrees 15 minutes 22 seconds West (assumed bearing) 1470.66 feet along the West line of said Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 32 to a point on the North line of a public roadway; thence North 89 degrees 02 minutes 00 seconds East 555.83 feet along said North line to a 1/2 inch iron rod; thence South 84 degrees 40 minutes 00 seconds East 402.60 feet along said North line to the true point of beginning of this description; thence continuing South 84 degrees 40 minutes 00 seconds East 18.40 feet along said North line to a 1/2 inch iron rod; thence South 68 degrees 28 minutes 00 seconds East (recorded South 68 degrees 40 minutes East) 75.00 feet along said North line to a 1/2 inch iron rod; thence South 61 degrees 03 minutes 00 seconds East 130.20 feet along said North line to a 5/8 inch iron rod; thence South 65 degrees 35 minutes 00 seconds East (recorded South 66 degrees 04 minutes East) 76.40 feet along said North line to a 5/8 inch iron rod at the Northwest corner of land described in Deed Record 225, page 339; thence South 01 degree 36 minutes 05 seconds East (recorded South 01 degree 46 minutes 24 seconds East) 350.0 feet along the West line of land described in said Deed Record 225, page 339 to a 1/8 inch iron rod; thence North 65 degrees 37 minutes 38 seconds West 300.00 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod; thence North 01 degree 19 minutes 37 seconds West 350.00 feet back to the true point of begin-
feet back to the true point of beginning. Containing 2.19 acres. Subject to all legal highways and easements of record. Said description taken from a survey by Robert E. Rowland, R.L.S., No. 10617, State of Indiana, dated April 27, 1995, Drawing No. 95-080. This summons by publication is specifically directed to the following named defendant(s): This summons by publication is specifically directed to the following named defendant(s) whose whereabouts are unknown: Kimberly M. Mackey. If you have a claim for relief against the plaintiff arising from the same transaction or occurrence, you must assert it in your written answer or response. You must answer the Complaint in writing, by you or your attorney, within thirty (30) days after the Third Notice of Suit, and if you fail to do so a judgment by default may be entered against you for the relief demanded, by the Plaintiff. Feiwell & Hannoy, P.C. By Susan M. Woolley Attorney No. 15000-64 Attorney for Plaintiff Susan M. Woolley Feiwell & Hannoy, P.C. 251 N. Illinois Street, Suite 1700 Indianapolis, IN 46204-1944 (317) 237-2727 Publication@fiewellhannoy.com NOTICE: Feiwell & Hannoy, P.C. is a debt collector. HR,00349551,8/13,20,27,hspaxlp LEGAL NOTICE STEUBEN COUNTY, INDIANA TRAFFIC ORDINANCE NO. 2144 Whereas the Steuben County Commissioners have caused a traffic study to be made over and along Court Road 500 South (Main Street) from State Street to approximately 265 feet west of State Street, all in Steuben County, Indiana, and whereas, the Steuben County Commissioners have determined it is in the best interest of the health and safety and general welfare of the public traveling over and along County Road 500 South (Main Street) from State Street to approximately 265 feet west of State Street, all in Steuben County, Indiana, to have a No Parking Zone establishing on the north side of the roadway beginning at State Street and proceeding westerly approximately 300 feet. Therefore, Be It Ordained That: The Steuben County Highway Department shall post the north side of County Road 500 South (Main Street) beginning at State Street and proceeding westerly to approximately 265 feet, all in Steuben County, Indiana, at “No Parking”. The above described NO PARKING ZONE is hereby established for all motor vehicles traveling over and along said roadway. Violations of this ordinance shall be charged by a traffic summons issued by any police officer having traffic enforcement jurisdiction in Steuben County, Indiana. The Prosecuting Attorney for Steuben County, Indiana, is authorized to prosecute any violation. The courts of Steuben County, Indiana, having general traffic jurisdiction shall be empowered to process such charges as violations of the law as are all other traffic violations of the Indiana Code and like penalties shall be imposed as set forth in the Indiana Code for any violation, however, any fine is not to exceed Five Hundred Dollars, ($500.00) This ordinance shall become effec-
tive after the third reading and publication of this ordinance as required by law. Read and passed first reading on: August 5, 2013 Read and passed second reading on: August 5, 2013 Read and passed third reading on: August 5, 2013 Steuben County Commissioners Ronald L. Smith, President, South District James A. Crowl, Middle District Loretta S. Smart, North District Attest: Pam Coleman Steuben County Auditor HR,00349262,8/13,20,hspaxlp LEGAL NOTICE STEUBEN COUNTY, INDIANA TRAFFIC ORDINANCE NO. 2145 Whereas the Steuben County Commissioners have caused a traffic study to be made over and along County Road 500 South (Main Street) from Oak Street to Ransburg Street, all in Steuben County, Indiana and whereas, the Steuben County Commissioners have determined it is in the best interest of the health and safety and general welfare of the public traveling over and along County Road 500 South (Main Street) from Oak Street to Ransburg Street, all in Steuben County, Indiana, to have a No Parking Zone established from 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m., Monday - Friday, on south side of the roadway beginning at Oak Street and proceeding westerly to Ransburg Street and on the north side of the roadway beginning at a distance of approximately 300 feet west of State Street and proceeding westerly to approximately 190 feet west of Grove Street. Therefore, Be It Ordained That: The Steuben County Highway Department shall post the south side of County Road 500 South (Main Street) beginning at Oak Street and proceeding westerly to Ransburg Street and the north side of County Road 500 South (Main Street) beginning at a distance of approximately 300 feet west of State Street and proceeding westerly to approximately 190 feet west of Grove Street, all in Steuben County, Indiana, as “No Parking between the hours of 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m., Monday - Friday”. The above described No Parking Zone is hereby established for all motor vehicles traveling over and along said roadway. Violations of this ordinance shall be charged by a traffic summons issued by any police officer having traffic enforcement jurisdiction in Steuben County, Indiana. The Prosecuting Attorney for Steuben County, Indiana, is authorized to prosecute any violation. The courts of Steuben County, Indiana, having general traffic jurisdiction shall be empowered to process such charges as violations of the law as are all other traffic violations of the Indiana Code and like penalties shall be imposed as set forth in the Indiana Code for any violation, however, any fine is not to exceed Five Hundred Dollars, ($500.00). This ordinance shall become effective after the third reading and publication of this ordinance as required by law. Read and passed first reading on: 8/5/2013 Read and passed second reading on: 8/5/2013 Read and passed third reading on: 8/5/2013 Steuben County Commissioners Ronald L. Smith, President,
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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Complete details of budget estimates by fund and/or department may be seen by visiting the office of this unit of government at 317 S. Wayne St. Ste. 2J, Angola, IN . The political subdivision or appropriate fiscal body shall publish this notice twice in accordance with IC 5-3-1 with the first publication at least ten days before the date fixed for the public hearing and the second publication at least three days before the date fixed for the public hearing. Notice is hereby given to taxpayers of STEUBEN COUNTY, Indiana that the proper officers of Steuben County will conduct a public hearing on the year 2014 budget. Following this meeting, any ten or more taxpayers may object to a budget, tax rate, or tax levy by filing an objection petition with the proper officers of Steuben County not more than seven days after the hearing. The objection petition must identify the provisions of the budget, tax rate, or tax levy to which taxpayers object. If a petition is filed, Steuben County shall adopt with the budget a finding concerning the objections in the petition and testimony presented. Following the aforementioned hearing, the proper officers of Steuben County will meet to adopt the following budget: Public Hearing Date: Tuesday, August 27, 2013 Adoption Meeting Date: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 Public Hearing Time: 8:00 AM Adoption Meeting Time: 8:00 AM Public Hearing LocationL Commissioners Room Adoption Meeting Location: Commissioners Room 317 S. Wayne St., Ste. 2H, Angola, IN 317 S. Wayne St., Ste. 2H, Angola IN Estimated Civil Max Levy: $6,289,956 1 2 3 4 5 Fund Name Maximum Estimated Funds to be Raised (including appeals and Excessive Current Budget levies exempt from Levy Tax Estimate maximum levy limitations) Appeals Levy 0101-GENERAL $10,841,296 $5,146,688 $0 $4,446,976 0124-2015 REASSESSMENT $232,300 $228,257 $0 $207,506 0180-DEBT SERVICE $1,164,983 $1,182,501 $0 $1,054,824 0254-LOCAL INCOME TAX $2,007,000 $0 $0 $0 0702-HIGHWAY $2,072,386 $0 $0 $0 0706-LOCAL ROAD & STREET $297,000 $0 $0 $0 0720-MAJOR MOVES - TOLLROAD COUNTIES $905,000 $0 $0 $0 0790-CUMULATIVE BRIDGE $298,350 $193,249 $0 $172,922 0801-HEALTH $437,058 $331,100 $0 $285,321 0823-MENTAL HEALTH $271,646 $291,662 $0 $265,147 1151-CONTINUING EDUCATION $3,000 $0 $0 $0 2102-AVIATION/AIRPORT $122,400 $99,000 $0 $97,989 2391-CUMULATIVE CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT $569,980 $1,064,490 $0 $959,717 9500-EDIT $933,968 $0 $0 $0 9501-PUBLIC SAFETY LOIT $978,000 $0 $0 $0 9502-WIC Travel Training Peer Counselor $12,051 $0 $0 $0 9503-RECORDERS PERPETUATION $95,322 $0 $0 $0 9504-ID SECURITY FUND $15,000 $0 $0 $0 9505-Prosecutor Victim Assistance Grant $13,133 $0 $0 $0 9506-PLAT BOOK MAINTENANCE $15,400 $0 $0 $0 9507-CLERKS PERPETUATION $16,100 $0 $0 $0 9508-ADULT PROBATION USER FEE $176,812 $0 $0 $0 9509-JUVENILE PROBATION USER FEE $15,300 $0 $0 $0 9510-SUPPLEMENTAL PUBLIC DEFENDER $49,935 $0 $0 $0 9511-LOCAL HEALTH MAINTENANCE $33,141 $0 $0 $0 9512-Sex Offender Registry Fund $2,000 $0 $0 $0 9513-SURVEYORS PERPETUATION $9,200 $0 $0 $0 9514-PROSECUTOR DRUG ABUSE $7,600 $0 $0 $0 9515-WIC $178,393 $0 $0 $0 9516-PRE-TRIAL DIVERSION $124,740 $0 $0 $0 9517-LAW ENFORCEMENT USER-FEE $10,000 $0 $0 $0 9518-DRUG FREE COMMUNITY $29,400 $0 $0 $0 9519-LOCAL EMERGENCY PLAN $23,300 $0 $0 $0 9520-TAX SALE FEE $100,000 $0 $0 $0 9521-SCHOOL SYSTEM RADIO FUND $50,000 $0 $0 $0 9522-TOWER RENTAL FUND $3,000 $0 $0 $0 9523-MISDEMEANANT FUND $52,669 $0 $0 $0 $25,918 $0 $0 $0 9524-SERVICE OF PROCESS 9525-TOBACCO GRANT $0 $0 $0 $0 9526-ELECTED OFFICIAL TRAINING FUND $2,500 $0 $0 $0 9527-GIS Electronic Mapping $4,200 $0 $0 $0 9528-Jury Pay User Fee $10,000 $0 $0 $0 9529-Prosecutor IVD INCENTIVE $17,983 $0 $0 $0 9530-CLERK IVD INCENTIVE $23,331 $0 $0 $0 9531-Unsafe Building $21,000 $0 $0 $0 9532-Innkeepers Tax $400,000 $0 $0 $0 9533-Extradiction $300 $0 $0 $0 9534-Airport Grant Clearing $0 $0 $0 $0 9535-Medical Care for Inmates $8,500 $0 $0 $0 9536-G O B Equipment 2013 $0 $0 $0 $0 9537-Sales Disclosure County Share $3,200 $0 $0 $0 9538-Statewide E-911 Fund $914,045 $0 $0 $0 9540-Cemetery- Carter Cemetery $0 $0 $0 $0 Totals $23,597,840 $8,536,947 $0 $7,490,402 HR,00349579,8/13,20,hspaxlp
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AVILLA — Alberta M. “Bert” Zawadzke, 80, of Avilla died Sunday, August 18, 2013, at 7:55 p.m. in her residence. She was a lifetime area resident. She had worked at Magnavox, Taylor Made and along with Mrs. Zawadzke her husband was a part owner of Paul’s Tavern, all in Kendallville. Mrs. Zawadzke was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Avilla. She was a woman of strong faith and that helped her through her illness. She loved her family and enjoyed cooking for them at the holidays. Bert was a great golfer and in 1970 set the woman’s par record at the Elks Country Club in Kendallville with a 38. She was born March 9, 1933, in Allen Township, Noble County, to Roy and Blanche (Croupe) Sayles. On June 14, 1950, in St. John Lutheran Church, Kendallville, she married Paul “Buck” Zawadzke. He preceded her in death July 3, 1996. Surviving are two daughters and sons-in-law, Peggy and Harry Draper of LaOtto and Cindy and Larry Wineland of Avilla; a son and daughter-in-law, Paul and Mary Zawadzke of Big Long Lake; five grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Gladys Braun of Fort Wayne, Juanita Harmes of Corunna, and Darlene Morris of Ohio. She was also preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Bonnie Hypes; and four brothers, Robert Sayles, Roy Sayles, Judd Sayles, and Cecil Sayles. Private family services and visitation will be held in Young Family Funeral Home, Kendallville Chapel, 222 S. State St., Kendallville, with the Rev. Patrick Kuhlman of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Avilla will be officiating. Burial will be in Lake View Cemetery. Preferred memorials are to Immanuel Lutheran Church, P.O. Box 188, Avilla, IN 46710. View a video tribute after Thursday or send to the family at www.youngfamilyfuneral home.com
AUBURN — Carol M. Grogg, 81, of Auburn died Sunday, Aug. 18, 2013, at DeKalb Health in Auburn. Mrs. Grogg worked for the DeKalb County Treasurer’s office in Auburn, at the McKenneyHarrison Elementary School cafeteria, Mrs. Grogg and retired after more than 20 years as a Avon saleslady. She was a member of the Indian Village Church of God where she loved to serve and dedicate time in the youth and children’s department and also the church food bank. She was also a member of the DeKalb County Home Demonstration Club and volunteered at the DeKalb County Free Fall Fair where she enjoyed displaying her exhibits of needlepoint, sewing, and flowers. She was born June 27, 1932, in Auburn, to Herman and Harriet (Stauffer) Sommers. She married Wayne J. Grogg on Sept. 4, 1955, in Auburn, and he passed away Dec. 6, 2001. Surviving are two sons and daughters-in-law, Steven and Janice Grogg of Pleasant Lake, and David and Karen Grogg of Northwood, Ohio; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; a sister, Sally Feathers of Fort Worth, Texas; and a brother and sisterin-law, Mike and Jeanette Sommers of Auburn. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by her grandson, Nathan Grogg, and her brotherin-law, Harris Feathers. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Indian Village Church of God, 602 Erie Pass, Auburn, with visitation from 10 to 11 a.m. Friday prior to the service at the church. Pastor Raymond Warner and Pastor Lloyd Harlan will be officiating. Burial will be in Cedar Creek Cemetery in rural Garrett. Visitation will also be from 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Feller and Clark Funeral Home, 1860 S. Center St., Auburn. Memorials may be directed to Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana. To send condolences, visit www.fellerandclark. com.
KENDALLVILLE — Enid M. Haller, 95, formerly of Kendallville, died Sunday, Aug. 18, 2013, at Presence Sacred Heart Home in Avilla. Ms. Haller worked for Kraft Foods in Kendallville until retiring in 1982. She graduated from Kendallville High School in 1936, and helped organize all of the Kendallville High School class of 1936 reunions. Ms. Haller was a member of the Faith United Methodist Church in Kendallville. She was born in Kendallville on Oct. 10, 1917, to Oris Fern and Lela Mayree (Miller) Haller. Surviving are three nephews, Douglas W. and Linda Haller of Fort Wayne, Steven A. Haller of Sturgis, Mich., and Scott D. and Kimberly Haller of Sturgis; and several greatand great-great nieces and nephews. She was also preceded in death by her two brothers, Orval Haller and Arlon W. Haller. Memorial services will be Saturday, at 11 a.m. at Hite Funeral Home, Kendallville, with the Rev. Steven Bahrt officiating. Private burial will take place at Lake View Cemetery. There will be visitation an hour before the service. Memorials are to Visiting Nurse and Hospice or Presence Sacred Heart Home. Send a condolence to the family at www.hitefuneral home.com.
Madison Casey FORT WAYNE — Madison Noel Casey, daughter of Jon and Jessica (Moss) Casey of Fort Wayne, was stillborn Friday, Aug. 16, 2013, at Parkview Randallia Hospital. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. today at the Leo Cemetery. Memorials are to the family. Sheets & Childs Funeral Home in Churubusco is in charge of arrangements.
Susan Allen BUTLER — Susan Allen, 52, died Sunday, Aug. 18, 2013. Services are pending at Johnson Funeral Home in Hudson.
Jack Fletcher COLUMBIA CITY — Jack Julian Fletcher, age 62, of Columbia City, Ind., passed away at 1:15 a.m. Monday, August 19, 2013, at his farm. Born on July 19, 1951 in Columbia Mr. Fletcher City, he was the son of George M. Fletcher and Mary (Anderson) Fletcher. He graduated from Columbia City Joint High School with the class of 1969. Mr. Fletcher was a livestock and grain farmer. He was a member of St. Matthew’s United Methodist in Columbia City and Francis Slocum Trail Riders. Survivors include his father, George Fletcher of Warsaw; a brother, Hugh (Cindi) Fletcher of Columbia City; a sister, Nancy Fletcher of Warsaw; a brother, Mike (Doris) Fletcher of Kimmell; a brother, Randy (Cynthia) Fletcher of Warsaw; nieces and nephews, Erica (Jason) Bell, Chris
Fletcher, Stephanie (Mike) Armbrester, Adam Fletcher, Grace (Jarrod) Fletcher-Lantz and Brittney Fletcher; and great-nieces and nephews, Josiah and Sophia Bell, Owen Fletcher, Edison and Nora Armbrester. Visitation will be held on Thursday, August 22, 2013, from 3 to 7 p.m. at DeMoney-Grimes Countryside Park Funeral Home, 600 Countryside Drive, Columbia City. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, August 23, 2013, at the funeral home with the Rev. Kent Lundy officiating. Burial will follow at St. Matthew’s Cemetery. Memorial gifts may be given in Mr. Fletcher’s memory to St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church or Francis Slocum Trail Riders. Please visit www. demoneygrimes.com to send family condolences or sign the guest register book.
Janet Campbell AVILLA — Janet G. (Craft) Campbell, 44, a resident of Camby in Marion County and wife of rural Avilla native Joseph C. Campbell, passed away at 4:49 p. m. on Saturdy, August 17, Mrs. 2013, at Campbell St. Francis Hospital in Indianapolis after becoming unexpectedly ill on Wednesday. Mrs. Campbell was born in Winamac on May 18, 1969, a daughter of Woodrow and Goldie (Collins) Craft. She spent her formative years in North Judson, Indiana, and graduated from North Judson High School in 1987. On November 17, 1995, she was married in Sevierville, Tennessee, to Joseph C. Campbell. The couple first lived in Brown County, but spent most of their married lives in Marion County. She was the property manager and vice president of Campbell Homes, LLC, and will long be remembered as a caring, loving, and amazing individual. She loved books, music, beaches, and sunsets. Her personality was as strong as a mountain, yet tender as a spring breeze. The surviving relatives include her husband Joe; her mother, Goldie Craft of Avon; a brother, Jim (Penny) Craft of North Judson; three sisters, Connie Norberg of LaGrange, Annette (Stan) Akey of Kendallville and Angela Lynn (Ron) Kline of Rome City; and her in-laws Jerry and Karen (Whittaker) Campbell of Columbia City.
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Donald Michael COLUMBIA CITY — Donald R. Michael, 75, of Columbia City died Sunday, Aug. 18, 2013, at the home of his son, Scott. Mr. Michael had been employed as a machinist at Borg Warner in Auburn and retired after 30 years of service with Auburn Gear. He was born March 13, 1938, in Wolf Lake to Earnest and Katherine (Keister) Michael. Surviving are two sons, Stephen (Diana) Michael of Waterloo and Scott (Tara) Michael of Columbia City; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Mary Smith of Goshen and Dorie Hutzell of Cromwell. The memorial service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Smith & Sons Funeral Home, Columbia City, with the family receiving friends after noon Saturday at the funeral home. Memorials are to Hospice Home. Condolences may be sent www.smithandsonsfuneral home.com.
Shirley Hoover HOWE — Shirley L. Hoover, 49, of Howe died Sunday, Aug. 18, 2013, at her home. Arrangements are pending at Carney-Frost Funeral Home, LaGrange.
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Brief • Actor John Goodman gets honorary degree SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Actor John Goodman says he’s learned to be grateful for his blessings, rather than always striving for more. Goodman was awarded an honorary doctorate degree of humane letters Sunday during at the convocation at Missouri State University in Springfield. He graduated from the school with a fine arts degree in 1975. He says he originally went to Missouri State to play football but an injury led him to focus on drama. He says he owes his career to the school because its teachers helped him find and pursue his passion.
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The inaugural White River Arts & Music Festival (WARMfest) will feature Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue as part of a three-day lineup during the Labor Day weekend festival Aug. 31 to Sept. 2 at Broad Ripple Park in Indianapolis. Live music will be featured throughout the entire run of the event on five stages and will include a mix of national, regional and local talent. Trombone Shorty is a trombone and trumpet player originally from New Orleans with a background in jazz, funk and rap music. Since 2009, he has toured with his own band Orleans Avenue including Mike Ballard on bass, Dan Oestreicher on baritone sax, Tim McFatter on tenor sax, Pete Murano on guitar and Joey Peebles
HAMILTON — The second annual car and motorcycle show will be held during Hamilton’s Summer Bash on Saturday. The event is at Hamilton United Methodist Church, 7780 S. Wayne St., with registration and parking at 9:30 a.m. Dash plaques will be provided to the first 50 entrants. Prizes will be awarded to the top five people’s choice vehicles at 3 p.m. The entry fee is $5. Food and other activities during the event. Details will be available at 488-2803.
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Also new this year and operating in conjunction with the Ferdinand Folk Festival is the first Ferdinand Folk Fest Fondo, a two-day recreational bicycling event designed to entertain all levels of bicyclists. It is held through the rolling hills of Dubois County with forays into Perry and Spencer counties. The routes and distances were designed to be welcoming to novice cyclists and challenging for the experienced riders. The event starts and finishes at the magnificent Monastery Immaculate Conception sitting high atop the Town of Ferdinand. Details are atferdinandfolkfestival.com. The fest also can be followed on Twitter (@ferdinandfolk) and Facebook (facebook.com/ pages/Ferdinand-Folk-Fes tival/358219787216).
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• Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings: 8 a.m. First Congregational United Church of Christ, 314 W. Maumee St., Angola. • GED Classes: 9 a.m. Steuben County Literacy Coalition, 1208 S Wayne St, Angola. 665-3357 • Guided Buffalo Tours: 10 a.m. Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve, 6975 N. Ray Road, Fremont. 495-0137 • ImagiKnit: 10 a.m. Carnegie Public Library
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Harcourt Road, Angola. • Community Soup and Supper: 5 p.m. Faith Harvest Church, 200 Park Ave., Angola. • Knitters Group: 5:30 p.m. Fremont Public Library, 1004 W. Toledo St., Fremont. • Bingo: 6 p.m. Angola Kids League Bingo Hall, 1409 N. Wayne Street, Angola. 665-2900 • Hamilton Chamber of Commerce: 7 p.m. Hamilton Town Hall, 900 South Wayne Street, Hamilton. • Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting: 7:30 p.m. First Congregational United Church of Christ, 314 W. Maumee St., Angola.
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• Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings: 8 a.m. First Congregational United Church of Christ, 314 W. Maumee St., Angola. • GED Classes: 9 a.m. Steuben County Literacy Coalition, 1208 S Wayne St, Angola. 665-3357 • Weight Watchers: 9 a.m. Angola United Methodist Church, 220 W. Maumee St., Angola. • Guided Buffalo Tours: 10 a.m. Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve, 6975 N. Ray Road, Fremont. • Move It to Improve It: 10:15 a.m. Steuben County Council on Aging, 317 S Wayne St, Angola. 665-9856 • Weight Watchers: 5:30 p.m. Angola United Methodist Church, 220 W. Maumee St., Angola. • Angola Rotary Meeting: 6 p.m. Elks Lodge, 2003 N. Wayne St., Angola. • Little River Chorus rehearsal: 6 p.m. Fairview Missionary Church, 525 E. C.R. 200N, Angola. • Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book Meeting: 7:30 p.m. First Congregational United Church of Christ, 314 W. Maumee St., Angola.
of Steuben County, 322 S. Wayne St., Angola. • Story Time: 10 a.m. Carnegie Public Library of Steuben County, 322 S. Wayne St., Angola. • Tri-State Duplicate Bridge: 12:15 p.m. Presbyterian Chapel of the Lakes, 300 Orland Road, Angola. • Story Time: 1 p.m. Carnegie Public Library of Steuben County, 322 S. Wayne St., Angola. • Caregiver Support Group: 2 p.m. Carnegie Public Library of Steuben County, 322 S. Wayne St., Angola. • Grief Support Group: 4:30 p.m. Cameron Woods, 701 W.
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Folk festival in Ferdinand FERDINAND — The fourth annual Ferdinand Folk Festival will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21 and will feature critically-acclaimed singer-songwriter Todd Snider. Snider will be joined on the Folk Festival’s Main Stage by The Dirty Guv’nahs of Knoxville, Tenn., the Boscoe France Band of Madisonville, Ky., Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys of Ann Arbor, Mich., The Carper Family of Austin, Texas, Opal Fly & the Swatters of Evansville and Bethany Boeglin of Ferdinand, Ind. The Ferdinand Folk Festival is an earth-friendly and family-friendly event promoting music, the arts, and the environment. It is a free-to-attend event and is located in Ferdinand 18th Street Park. Visitors will experience a rich variety of music from both the
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NOTICE OF REAL PROPERTY TAX SALE STEUBEN COUNTY INDIANA BEGINNING 10:00:00 AM, 10/10/2013 MULTI PURPOSE ROOM-BASEMENT, STEUBEN COUNTY COMMUNITY CENTER, 317 SOUTH WAYNE ST. ANGOLA, IN 46703 LOCAL TIME Steuben County Pursuant to the laws of the Indiana General Assembly, notice is hereby given that the following described property is listed for sale for delinquent taxes and/or special assessments. The county auditor and county treasurer will apply on or after 9/23/2013 for a court judgment against the tracts or real property for an amount that is not less than the amount set out below and for an order to sell the tracts or real property at public auction to the highest bidder, subject to the right of redemption. Any defense to the application for judgment must be filed with the Steuben County Superior Court and served on the county auditor and treasurer before 9/23/2013. The court will set a date for a hearing at least seven (7) days before the advertised date of sale and the court will determine any defenses to the application for judgment at the hearing. The county auditor and the county treasurer are entitled to receive all pleadings, motions, petitions, and other filings related to the defense to the application for judgment. Such sale will be held on 10/10/2013 at the Multi Purpose Room-Basement and that sale will continue until all tracts and real property have been offered for sale. Property will not be sold for an amount which is less than the sum of: (A) the delinquent taxes and special assessments on each tract or item of real property; and (B) the taxes and special assessments on the real property that are due and payable in the year of the sale, whether or not they are delinquent; and (C) all penalties due on the delinquencies, and (D) an amount prescribed by the county auditor that equals the sum of: (1) twenty-five($25) for postage and publication costs; and (2) any other costs incurred by the county that are directly attributable to the tax sale; and (E) any unpaid costs due under IC 6-1.1-24-2(b) from a prior tax sale; and No property listed below shall be sold if, at any time before the sale, the Total Amount for Judgment is paid in full. If the real property is sold in the tax sale, the amount required to redeem such property will be 110% of the minimum bid for which the tract or real property was offered at the time of sale, as required by IC 6-1.124-5 if redeemed not more than six (6) months after the date of sale, or 115% of the minimum bid for which the tract or real property was offered at the time of sale, as required by IC 6-1.1-24-5 if redeemed more than six (6) months after the date of sale, plus the amount by which the purchase price exceeds the minimum bid on the real property plus ten percent (10%) per annum on the amount by which the purchase price exceeds the minimum bid on the property. All taxes and special assessments upon the property paid by the purchaser subsequent to the sale, plus 10% per annum interest on those taxes and special assessments, will also be required to be paid to redeem such property. In addition, IC 6-1.1-25-2 (e) states the total amount required for redemption may include the following costs incurred and paid by the purchaser or the purchaser’s assignee or the county before redemption: (1) The attorney’s fees and cost of giving notice under IC 6-1.1-25-4.5. (2) The costs of title search or examining and update the abstract of title for the tract or item of real property. The period of redemption shall expire on Friday, October 10, 2014 for an initial offering. The period of redemption may expire Friday, February 7, 2014 for certificates not sold. If the tract or item of real property is sold for an amount more than the minimum bid and the property is not redeemed, the owner of record of the property who is divested of ownership at the time the tax deed is issued may have a right to the tax sale surplus. The Auditor and Treasurer specifically reserve the right to withhold from the sale any parcel which has been listed in error, or which otherwise becomes ineligible for sale either prior to 10/10/2013 or during the duration of the sale. This notice of real property tax sale, and the tax sale itself are undertaken and will be conducted pursuant to the requirements of the laws of the State of Indiana which regulate the sale of land for delinquent taxes, pursuant to I.C. 6-1.1-24-1 et seq. The County does not warrant the accuracy of the street address or common description of the property, and a misstatement in the key number or street address does not invalidate an otherwise valid sale. Dated: 08/20/2013 Registration For Bidding On the Tax Sale: If you are interested in bidding on the tax sale for an Indiana county, you may register online at http://www. sri-taxsale.com/Tax/Indiana/Registration/. This registration is good for all counties that SRI services. You need to register only once for all counties. If you do not have access to a computer with internet service you may register the morning of the sale. Please arrive the morning of the tax sale at least 30 minutes before the beginning time to be assured you will receive your bid number before the start of the sale. Please bring your registration form and W9 form with you the morning of the tax sale. You will be able to print these forms from the registration web site. 761300002 76-01-16-340-101.000001 $581.42 Matthew L & Jennifer L Dye WELKERS 1ST ADD LOT 23 155 Ln 130 Long Lake 761300003 76-01-17-000-032.040001 $1,266.28 Rosalie A Hatch E PT SE 1/4 Sec 17 .25A N of 8980 E 700 N 761300004 76-01-17-000-034.000001 $183.34 Thurlow J & Bonnie J Maggart IN MD PT SE1/4 SEC 17 2.01A 8835 E 700 N 761300005 76-01-18-000-007.100001 $2,485.85 Jerry D & Julie K Hewes T/C PT SE FR 1/4 Sec 18 1.07A 7521 E 750 N 761300006 76-01-21-110-308.000-
kpcnews.com 001 $329.82 Jacob Cox SUNNY SLOPE LOT 13 & LOT 14 (EXC E 9’(TO LOT 13 - 12 1/2’ VAC ST) Ln 100 Long Lake 761300008 76-01-30-000-013.000001 $542.30 Ned O & Judy A Sullins N PT W1/2 W1/2 NW1/4 SEC 30 6A 7050 E State Rd 120 761300009 76-01-18-000-007.040002 $6,602.98 Jerry D & Julie K Hewes IN NW1/4 SE1/4 SEC 18 .52A 130 Penner Dr Round Lake 761300010 76-01-18-410-104.000002 $2,646.58 John B McElhinny Powhattan Bay Lot 4 Penner Drive 761300011 76-01-18-410-105.000002 $3,121.96 John B McElhinny Powhattan Bay Lot 5 Penner Drive 761300012 76-01-29-120-409.000002 $3,330.12 Robert J & Suzanne J Voorhees HOMESTEAD BEACH 2ND ADD LOT 53 Outer Drive Clear Lake 761300013 76-01-29-120-410.000002 $787.09 REO Logic LLC HOMESTEAD BEACH 2ND LOT 54 W of 116 Chapel Ave 761300014 76-01-29-120-411.000002 $787.09 REO Logic LLC HOMESTEAD BEACH 2ND LOT 55 W of 126 Chapel Ave 761300015 76-01-29-120-412.000002 $787.09 REO Logic LLC HOMESTEAD BEACH 2ND LOT 56 W of 126 Chapel Av Clear Lake 761300016 76-02-20-440-102.000004 $450.16 Carl M Dewitt S & M LOT 63 405 N Coldwater St 761300017 76-02-21-230-117.000004 $3,042.55 Carl & Erica Jones BLACKMAN PRAIRIE SEC I LOT 17 407 Prairie Ln 761300018 76-02-21-430-102.010004 $1,804.49 Anthony Lee & Jamie D Foster PT S1/2 SE1/4 SEC 21 .53A 300 Ray St 761300019 76-02-21-430-401.040004 $997.21 Dewonna S Goad PT SE1/4 SEC 21 .23A per survey E Spring St 761300022 76-02-28-120-110.000004 $244.59 Judith A Richter SIERER S PT LOT 19 76-02-28-120-110.000004 & 76-02-28-120-111.000-004 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Rear of: 107 S Baum St 761300023 76-02-28-120-111.000004 $1,457.21 Judith A Richter SIERER S PT LOT 20 76-02-28120-110.000-004 & 76-02-28-120111.000-004 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 107 S Baum St 761300024 76-05-11-000-007.000005 $1,173.79 Ruth Ann Kintz W1/2 NW1/4 SEC 11 3.63A 2590 N 700 W 761300025 76-05-15-000-009.030005 $737.82 Ronda J Tilbury SW COR SE1/4 SE1/4 SEC 15 1.511 A 7210 W 100 N 761300026 76-05-19-000-018.000005 $1,113.04 Gordon R & Judy L Mast PT SW1/4 SE1/4 SEC 19 1A TR B 10415 Us Highway 20 W 761300027 76-05-20-000-016.000005 $5,448.10 Steven L Stahlhut PT SW1/4 SW1/4 SEC 20 .50A 15 N Sr 327 761300028 76-05-20-000-017.000005 $1,018,504.93 Charles H & Sharon R Vaughan PT SW1/4 SW1/4 SEC 20 .84A PER SURVEY 55 N St Rd 327 761300029 76-05-20-000-020.000005 $3,692.04 John F Cress NW Cor SE1/4 SW1/4 Sec 20 .264A W US Hwy 20 761300031 76-05-20-440-209.000005 $3,816.52 Community Property SE1/4 SE1/4 SEC 20 BOAT BASIN FOR OTTERTARNE PARK 1ST ADD W Otter Lake 761300032 76-05-21-000-014.008005 $232.70 SBA Towers Inc Equipment Bldg/Fence Ref: L/G Parcel 8499 W 50 N 761300033 76-05-22-000-021.010005 $838.71 Phillip R & Bobbie L Tuttle N PT SE1/4 SEC 22 1.17A per survey 447 N Creek Bank Rd 761300038 76-05-25-000-008.070005 $527.42 Robert Cook Jr W PT NW 1/4 SEC 25 1A Contigious to: 252 S 600 W 761300039 76-05-25-240-127.000005 $391.62 Ruthy L Dennard IN SE COR NW1/4 SEC 25 .05A LOT 8 7605-25-240-127.000-005 & 76-05-25240-128.000-005 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 100 Ln 100a Bass Lk 761300040 76-05-25-240-128.000005 $195.23 Ruthy L Dennard 00503502-00 IN SE COR NW1/4 SEC 25 .05A LOT 9 76-05-25-240-127.000005 & 76-05-25-240-128.000-005 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDE 100 Ln 100a Bass Lk 761300041 76-05-26-000-002.000005 $458.06 Tammy S Fisher 00501470-00 PT SE1/4 NE1/4 SEC 26 5A 310 S 620 W 761300042 76-05-26-000-011.000005 $499.80 Donald L & Amelia Aronen E PT SW1/4 NE1/4 SEC 26 1A Corner of 620 W & 25 S 761300043 76-05-29-000-020.000005 $172.37 Steven L Stahlhut 00501507-00 NW1/4 NW1/4 SEC 29 .50A S State Rd 327 761300051 76-05-32-000-009.018005 $359.32 Centennial Cellular Tristate Operating Partnership Pt W1/2 NW1/2 Sec 32 .23A - Leased Ground, Cellular Tower, US 20 @ Otter Lake Site#: IN 02044 Tower ONLY on leased ground located@9855 W100 S 761300052 76-03-14-310-207.010006 $3,569.81 Arthur Keith PT SW1/4 SEC 14 .06A Adj To 400 ln 140 Lake George 761300053 76-03-14-320-214.000006 $6,640.36 Douglas J & Ann D Schwartz PT SW1/4 SEC 14 .31A 460Ln 201 Lake George 761300054 76-03-14-320-215.000006 $4,493.62 Douglas J & Ann D Schwartz PT SW1/4 SEC 14 .06A LOT 4-A 480 Ln 201 Lake George 761300055 76-03-14-320-302.000006 $968.14 Douglas J & Ann D Schwartz PT SW1/4 SEC 14 .165A 76-03-14-320-302.000-006 & 7603-14-320-303.000-006 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER South of 460/480 Ln 201 Lake George 761300056 76-03-14-320-303.000006 $1,761.75 Douglas J & Ann D Schwartz PT SW1/4 SW1/2 ALLEY SEC 14 .16A 76-03-14-320-302.000006 & 76-03-14-320-303.000-006 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER South of 460/480 Ln 201 Lake George 761300057 76-03-14-320-306.000006 $844.95 Douglas J & Ann D Schwartz Pt NW1/4 SW1/4 Sec 14 .11A Ln 201 Lake George 761300059 76-03-15-000-011.030006 $208.95 Triple Brown Bee Inc NW PT SW 1/4 (EXC ROAD) SEC 15 6.00A Ln 201 Long Beach Lk 761300060 76-03-15-330-103.010006 $217.95 Triple Brown Bee Inc LONG BEACH LAKE S 25’ LOT 49 Ln 101 Long Beach Lk 761300062 76-03-15-420-411.000006 $2,854.13 Benjamin A Mavis JM-
Legal Notices • STN VIL SW P LOT 5 BLK 6 & W1/2 VAC PUB WAY ADJ VAC ORD #3077 D/R 0207-0678 Contigious to: 1450 W 742 N 761300063 76-03-15-420-504.000006 $270.66 Louella J Root JMSTN VIL LOT 8 BLK 9 N 150 W 761300064 76-03-15-420-508.000006 $253.29 Louella J Root JMSTN VIL LOT 10 BLK 9 & W1/2 VACATED PUBLIC WAY ADJ LOT 10 VAC ORD #3051 D/R 9906-0106 Rear of: 7340 N 150 W 761300065 76-03-20-000-001.000006 $1,143.40 Anthony S King PT NE1/4 NE1/4 SEC 20 1.29A 3035 W State Rd 120 761300066 76-03-21-110-320.000006 $2,425.14 Walter C Griffith NORTH SNOW BAY 2ND LOT 38 ADD CHG 9/00 Ln 755A Snow Lake 761300067 76-03-22-320-203.000006 $391.20 Robert C & Margaret J Hamilton NW PT NW1/4 SW1/4 SEC 22 2.814A Ln 800 Snow Lake 761300068 76-03-22-320-234.000006 $554.16 Robert C Hamilton SILVER SPRINGS 1ST ADD UNPL AREA W W OF 8 & W OF 15’ LOT 8 West of: 100 Ln 825 Snow Lake 761300073 76-03-23-000-021.000006 $861.94 Rick L Puthoff N PT NW1/4 SEC 23 .50A 750 W 700 N 761300074 76-03-24-000-063.000006 $1,082.51 Michael & Kathy Sheckles PT SE1/4 SEC 24 1.94A E 625 N 761300075 76-03-24-000-063.010006 $785.82 Michael Harold & Kathy Lynn Sheckles PT SE1/4 SEC 24 .487A E 625 N 761300076 76-03-24-000-063.030006 $247.25 Jerry E Adams PT SE 1/4 SEC 24 2.689A Behind 980 E 625 N 761300077 76-03-24-000-064.000006 $694.11 Michael Harold & Kathy Lynn Sheckles BRIERWOOD EST W PT LOT 12 990 E 625 N 761300078 76-03-24-000-067.000006 $366.72 Jerry & Bettygene M Adams IN SE1/4 SEC 24 5.51A Behind 980 E 625 N 761300079 76-03-24-000-067.020006 $475.29 Donald & Deborah J Ruby MD PT N1/2 SE1/4 SEC 24 1.40A 765 E 640 N 761300081 76-03-24-000-073.000006 $835.39 Timothy L & Shannon N Bell PT SE1/4 SEC 24 3.09A 800 E 640 N 761300082 76-03-27-110-211.000006 $439.96 Barbara A Draggoo NE PT NE1/4 NE1/4 SEC 27 .287A TRACT 3 140 Ln 350B Big Otter Lk 761300083 76-03-27-110-213.000006 $867.76 Richard A & Cynthia M Hartman NE PT NE1/4 NE1/4 SEC 27 .321A TRACT 5 100 Ln 350 B Big Otter lake 761300084 76-03-27-110-214.010006 $872.94 Richard A & Cynthia Hartman IN MD PT NE 1/4 NE FR 1/4 SEC 27.651A 60 LN 350 B Big Otter lake 761300087 76-03-28-330-105.000006 $4,520.35 Harold D & Patricia A Bissell POKAGON VIEW 1ST ADD TRI PT LOT 35 EX TRI PT LOT 36 120 Ln 570 Lk James 761300088 76-03-29-420-215.000006 $550.61 Gerald L & Lois Deselms LAKE JAMES EST WEST SEC I LOT 172 240 Ln 587 Lake James 761300089 76-03-29-420-216.000006 $2,668.01 Nyal Chiddister IN MD PT NW1/4 SE1/4 SEC 29 .57A (UNREC LOTS 22 & 23) 260 Ln 587 Lake James 761300090 76-03-29-420-217.000006 $4,391.07 Rebecca A Chiddister PT NW1/4 SE1/4 SEC 29 .32A West of/Ad 260 Ln 587 Lake James 761300091 76-03-30-000-012.000006 $3,148.45 Betty J Perrey W PT N1/2 SE1/4 TR I SEC 30 1.37A 5380 N 450 W 761300092 76-03-32-110-123.000006 $13,119.81 Dale A Coleman BUENA VISTA 1ST ADD LOT 221 240 Ln 405 Jimmerson Lk 761300093 76-03-32-110-211.000006 $404.46 Joshua Feichter BUENA VISTA 1ST ADD LOT 189 76-03-32110-211.000-006 & 76-03-32-110212.000-006 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 195 Ln 405 Jimmerson Lake 761300094 76-03-32-110-212.000006 $6,723.00 Joshua Feichter BUENA VISTA 1ST ADD Lot 190 7603-32-110-211.000-006 & 76-03-32110-212.000-006 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 195 Ln 405 Jimmerson Lake 761300095 76-03-32-110-218.000006 $404.46 Dale Coleman BUENA VISTA 1ST ADD LOT 196 295 Ln 405 Jimmerson Lk 761300096 76-03-32-110-316.000006 $164.11 Charles J & Pauline T Brumbaugh BUENA VISTA 1ST ADD LOT 135 76-03-32-110-316.000-006 & 76-03-32-110-323.000-006 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 260 Ln 415 Jimmerson Lk 761300097 76-03-32-110-323.000006 $140.83 Charles J & Pauline T Brumbaugh BUENA VISTA 1st Add Lot 104 76-03-32-110-316.000-006 & 76-03-32-110-323.000-006 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 260 Ln 415 Jimmerson Lk 761300098 76-03-32-110-606.000006 $1,976.86 Cathy Craig BUENA VISTA SUB-DIV OF 26 LOT 26S 15 Ln 420 Jimmerson Lk 761300099 76-03-32-120-115.000006 $163.86 Charles F Oberlin BUENA VISTA 1ST ADD LOT 211 Ln 405 Jimmerson Lk 761300100 76-03-32-120-128.000006 $193,069.29 James Clay BUENA VISTA 1ST ADD LOT 202 355 Ln 405 Jimmerson Lake 761300101 76-03-32-120-148.000006 $6,991.03 Francene J Foster BUENA VISTA 1ST ADD LOT 142 Ln 410 Jimmerson Lk 761300102 76-03-32-120-149.000006 $381.14 Francene J Foster BUENA VISTA 1ST ADD LOT 143 Adj to 255 ln 410 Jimmerson Lake 761300103 76-03-32-120-152.000006 $500.42 Lois J Ogden BUENA VISTA 1ST ADD LOT 146 76-03-32120-152.000-006 & 76-03-32-120153.000-006 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 295 Ln 410 Jimmerson Lake 761300104 76-03-32-120-153.000006 $2,334.35 Lois J Ogden BUENA VISTA 1ST ADD LOT 147 76-03-32120-152.000-006 & 76-03-32-120153.000-006 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 295 Ln 410 Jimmerson Lk 761300106 76-03-32-120-322.000006 $10,870.57 Francene J Foster BUENA VISTA PARK 2ND LOT 511 Ln 365 Jimmerson Lk 761300107 76-03-32-120-323.000006 $1,625.99 Francene J Foster BUENA VISTA 2ND ADD LOT 510 Adj to 320 Ln 365 Jimmerson Lake 761300108 76-03-32-120-335.000006 $591.03 Francene J Foster BUENA VISTA 1ST ADD LOT 317 N of 260 Ln 370Jimmerson Lake 761300110 76-03-32-120-430.000-
006 $38,791.93 Theresa L & Tanya Brown Long BUENA VISTA 2 ADD LOT 606 195 Ln 360 Jimmerson Lake 761300111 76-03-32-120-437.000006 $8,540.10 James R Clay BUENA VISTA 2 ADD LOT 599 105 Ln 365 Jimmerson Lake 761300112 76-03-32-120-632.000006 $635.64 Roy C Mort BUENA VISTA 2nd ADD LOT 665 S of Ln 355 & Ln370AJimmerson Lake 761300113 76-03-32-140-117.000006 $404.52 Robert D Moreland PT NE FR1/4 SEC 32 TRI-PIECE 80.15’ X 6’ Contigious to: 4735 N 300 W 761300114 76-03-32-330-101.020006 $1,336.28 Douglas E Kinder PT NW1/4 SW1/4 SEC 32 .111A Across from : 500 Ln 205 Jimmerson Lk 761300115 76-03-32-330-108.060006 $3,651.59 Douglas E Kinder PT SW1/4 SEC 32 .39A 500 Ln 205 Jimmerson Lk 761300117 76-04-13-230-413.000007 $1,401.21 Jane Coler SELLERS SHADY SHORES 4TH UNPLATTED (W OF LTS 66-75 INC)SEC 13 2.15A W of Lots 66-75 Sellers Shady Shores 3rd 761300120 76-04-13-230-722.000007 $466.39 Mary E Crawford MD PT W1/2 S FR1/2 SEC 13 1.042A (TRACTS K & L) 5870 W 760 N 761300121 76-04-13-230-826.000007 $678.79 Ron & Laurie Sellers SELLERS SHADY SHORES UNPLATTED AREA SEC 13 2.6A (E of Channel) N of & behind 120 Ln 250 Lk Pleasant 761300125 76-04-19-310-415.000007 $5,843.95 Ismael Aguilar BRWALL GR LOT 338 6345 N 1050 W 761300126 76-04-19-340-126.000007 $371.34 Lamarr & Margie Ruhl BR-WALL GR LOT 145 6000 Block of: N 1055 W 761300127 76-04-19-340-215.000007 $182.40 Susan Diane Webster BR-WALL GR LOT 157 Corner of: W615 N & N 1060 W 761300128 76-04-19-340-233.000007 $182.40 Susan Diane Webster BR-WALL GROVE LOT 135 Corner of: W615 N & N 1060 W 761300129 76-04-19-340-234.000007 $182.40 Robert Lee Rippe IV BR-WALL GROVE LOT 156 Corner of: W615 N & N 1060 W 761300130 76-04-19-340-235.000007 $370.59 Vera Jean Maust BROWN WALL GROVE LOT 155 76-04-19-340-235.000-007, 76-0419-340-236.000-007 & 76-04-19340-237.000-007 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 6155 N 1055 W 761300131 76-04-19-340-236.000007 $5,244.31 Vera Jean Maust BR-WALL GR LOT 154 76-0419-340-235.000-007, 76-04-19340-236.000-007 & 76-04-19-340237.000-007 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 6175 N 1055 W 761300132 76-04-19-340-237.000007 $334.69 Vera Jean Maust 00900417-00 BR-WALL GR LOT 153 76-04-19-340-235.000-007, 76-0419-340-236.000-007 & 76-04-19340-237.000-007 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 6175 N 1055 W 761300133 76-04-21-000-013.010007 $913.34 Alejandro & Maria Munoz PT E PT NW 1/4 SEC 21 1.342A PER SURVEY 8705 W 700 N 761300134 76-04-24-000-016.020007 $4,703.69 Mike Redman SE1/4 NE1/4 Sec 24 23.80A 6778 N 525 W 761300135 76-04-24-000-018.000007 $5,054.40 Mike Redman PT SE1/4 NE1/4 Sec 24 2A 6785 N 525 W 761300136 76-04-26-430-110.000007 $221.62 Jeffery A Lowe WALDEN WOODS LOT 297 Muir Road 761300137 76-04-26-430-705.000007 $1,343.41 Garland D & Brenda J Walker WALDEN WOODS LOT 590 Audubon Rd 761300138 76-04-34-000-019.000007 $1,568.10 Jesse J Sr & Michelle L Johnson PT SW FR1/4 Sec 34 33.59A per survey 4258 N 800 W 761300140 76-04-35-210-801.000007 $252.19 James A Botzko & Gaylene Botzko WALDEN WOODS LOT 1139 Lot 1139 Thoreau Rd 761300143 76-04-20-000-024.000008 $1,441.96 Alejandro Munoz PT SE1/4 SE1/4 SEC 20 .60A 9100 W St Rd 120 761300144 76-04-20-340-219.000008 $356.50 Kevin Kellett EX W 15’ OP LOT 55 9670 W State Rd 120 761300148 76-10-11-000-016.030009 $2,514.39 Roger A & Shelly L Diehm E1/2 SW1/4 SEC 11 30.330A per survey on file 3749 S 550 E 761300149 76-10-21-000-015.000009 $1,045.68 David Duane Kipfer PT E PT N1/2 SEC 21 2.5A 5285 S 350 E 761300150 76-10-26-000-023.000009 $1,565.45 Darin Randol & Ronald Helmsing SE1/4 SE1/4 SEC 26 2.20A 5910 E 700 S 761300155 76-10-27-310-205.000010 $6,740.83 Lee H Blaine S1/2 NE1/4 SW1/4 SEC 27 .12A MD PT E1/2 SW1/4 SEC 27 .04A 160 Ln 150 Hamilton Lk 761300156 76-10-28-220-189.000010 $1,936.63 Northwest Hamilton Lake Development Company LLC Crystal Cove Common Area A & B Ln 280 Hamilton Lk 761300157 76-10-28-230-401.000010 $146.32 Northwest Hamilton Lake Development Company Crystal Bay Common Area Crystal Bay Common Area of the Plat of Crystal Bay 761300158 76-10-33-220-210.000010 $1,584.90 Robert S Beezley H L H Lots 557, 558 & 559 .167A(c) 255 Ln 221A Hamilton Lk 761300164 76-10-33-220-222.060010 $649.04 Robert S Beezley 03602084-06 PT NW1/4 NW1/4 SEC 33 .11A Ln 221AC Hamilton Lk 761300165 76-10-33220-347.000-010 $3,118.36 John C Campbell H L H Lots 649,650,651,652,653,654,655,656 & 657 (.64A(c)) Ln 221A Hamilton Lk 761300166 76-10-33-220-413.000010 $5,258.86 John C Campbell PENN BANK LOT 18 76-10-33-220413.000-010, 76-10-33-220-414.000010 & 76-10-33-220-415.020-010 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Ln 221 Hamilton Lk 761300167 76-10-33-220-414.000010 $4,216.75 John C Campbell PENN BANK LOT 17 EXC SW TRI PC 76-10-33-220-413.000-010, 7610-33-220-414.000-010 & 76-10-33220-415.020-010 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 400 Ln 221 Hamilton Lk 761300168 76-10-33-220-415.020010 $764.95 John C Campbell 03601279-02 PENN BANK NW TRI PC LOT 16 76-10-33-220-413.000-010, 76-10-33-220-414.000-010 & 7610-33-220-415.020-010 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Ln 221 Hamilton Lk 761300170 76-10-33-410109.000-010 $1,739.57 Virginia A
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Harshey-Meade N OF LOT 2 60’ WIDE TO LAKE Lake Front Only for: 3920 E Bellefontaine Rd 761300171 76-10-33-440-201.000010 $2,199.63 GKB Enterprises LLC LOT 1 & N 24’ of Lot 2 & E 20’ of N 90’ Lot 3 in BLK 12 7795 S Wayne St 761300172 76-10-33-440-208.000010 $1,521.77 Donald E Peel S 129.5’ OF LOT 7 BLK 12 3850 E Zion St 761300173 76-10-34-320-127.000010 $2,418.26 Donald E Peel FARLEYS LOT 1 4200 E Bellefontaine Rd 761300174 76-10-34-320-414.000010 $387.99 Daniel L Hein LOT 9 BLK 8 76-10-34-320-414.000-010 & 76-10-34-320-415.000-010 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Contigious to: 4060 E Church St 761300175 76-10-34-320-415.000010 $388.03 Daniel L Hein LOT 10 BLK 8 76-10-34-320-414.000-010 & 76-10-34-320-415.000-010 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Contigious to: 4060 E Church St 761300176 76-10-34-330-206.000010 $1,341.64 Kimberly Haver E PT LOT 5 BLK 10 4145 E Bellefontaine Rd 761300177 76-06-02-220-127.000011 $6,564.32 Ronald E & Suzanne Zdawczyk LAKE CHARLES 1ST ADD LOT 26 Ln 100 Lake Charles E 761300178 76-06-02-220-128.000011 $6,511.00 Ronald E & Suzanne Zdawczyk LAKE CHARLES 1ST ADD LOT 27 Ln 100 Lake Charles E 761300180 76-06-02-330-536.000011 $273.82 Bridget E McShane VALLEY OF THE PINES SEC 1 AM E TRI PT LOT 19 76-06-02-330-536.000011 & 76-06-02-330-537.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 240 Pine Lake Pass 761300181 76-06-02-330-537.000011 $323.46 Bridget E McShane VALLEY OF THE PINES SEC 1 AM LOT 18 76-06-02-330-536.000-011 & 76-06-02-330-537.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 240 Pine Lake Pass 761300182 76-06-04-110-130.000011 $10,947.97 Marian L Schnedler LONE TREE POINT LOT 44 2040 Ln 105 Lake James 761300183 76-06-04-120-210.000011 $11,991.99 Walter H & Jennie M Pierce LONE TREE POINT Lot 23 & S1/2 Vac 4’ Walkway between lots 23 & 24 1400 Ln 105 Lake James 761300184 76-06-04-240-224.000011 $5,994.53 Kathleen M Ahmad BAY VIEW W1/3 of Lot 20 & S Strip to Lake and Bayview SW Tripc S20.53’ Lot 21 3568 N BayView Rd 761300190 76-06-05-220-114.000011 $841.23 Ryan L & Lesa A Estes TREE HARBOUR LOT 4 (EXC N 39.99’) Ln 150A Jimmerson Lk 761300191 76-06-05-220-115.000011 $907.85 Ryan L & Lesa A Estes TREE HARBOUR LOT 3 Ln 150A Jimmerson Lk 761300192 76-06-05-220-116.000011 $899.89 Ryan L & Lesa A Estes TREE HARBOUR LOT 2 Ln 150A Jimmerson Lk 761300194 76-06-06-430-201.000011 $5,689.75 Perry Wise KIDNEYS 3RD ADD LOT 452 76-06-06-430201.000-011 & 76-06-06-430202.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 4305 W Orland Rd 761300195 76-06-06-430-202.000011 $250.88 Perry Wise KIDNEYS 3RD ADD LOT 453 76-06-06-430201.000-011 & 76-06-06-430202.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 4305 W Orland Rd 761300196 76-06-06-430-211.000011 $246.75 Perry Wise KIDNEYS 3RD LOT 450 Ln 260A Crooked Lk 761300197 76-06-06-440-303.000011 $548.23 Alberta Lee Welch Slusher KIDNEYS 3RD LOT 379 35 Ln 265 Crooked Lake 761300198 76-06-06-440-401.000011 $1,007.29 Antoni Grajcik KIDNEYS 2ND LOT 350 Corner of: Lane 270 & W Orland Rd 761300199 76-06-06-440-404.000011 $496.95 Alberta Welch KIDNEYS 2ND LOT 369 VET EX APPL 230 VALUE Corner of: Ln 268 Crooked Lk 761300200 76-06-06-440-518.000011 $805.34 Timothy L McAbee KIDNEYS 2ND LOT 325 76-06-06440-518.000-011 & 76-06-06-440519.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Contigious to: 160 Ln 272 Crooked Lk 761300201 76-06-06-440-519.000011 $8,145.60 Timothy L McAbee KIDNEYS 2ND LOT 326 76-06-06440-518.000-011 & 76-06-06-440519.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Contigious to: 160 Ln 272 Crooked Lk 761300202 76-06-06-440-606.000011 $2,151.93 Robert JK & Natasha N Devlin KIDNEYS 2ND LOT 311 Ln 272 Crooked Lake 761300203 76-06-07-110-109.000011 $224.88 Leon & Mary Mauricio KIDNEYS 2ND LOT 296 & W 15’ OF THE 30’ VAC PUBLIC WAY ADJVAC ORD #3064 D/R 0108-1135 9 Ln 274 Crooked Lk 761300204 76-06-07-110-201.000011 $232.16 Eric J & Katherine A Redding KIDNEYS 1ST LOT 279 Corner of: Ln 275 Crooked Lk & N 400 W 761300205 76-06-07-110-202.000011 $711.19 Herman S Zimmerman & Beulah & Jane Redding KIDNEYS 1ST LOT 278 Ln 275 Crooked Lake 761300206 76-06-07-110-209.000011 $2,248.69 Alma R & Marjorie June Grable KIDNEYS 1ST LOT 226 100 Block Corner Of Ln 275AA&275A Crooked 761300207 76-06-07-110-314.000011 $2,248.69 Milton & Myrtle Wallen KIDNEYS 1ST LOT 259 2700 Block N 400 W 761300208 76-06-07-110-317.000011 $605.97 Kruse Real Estate & Auctioneers KIDNEYS 1ST LOT 262 2700 Block N 400 W 761300210 76-06-07-140-113.000011 $682,919.04 Stewardship Property Group Inc KIDNEYS O P LOT 20 N 400 W 761300213 76-06-07-140-707.000011 $175.49 Teresa Richardson KIDNEYS O P S1/2 LOT 64 N of/Contigious: 595 Ln 274 Crooked Lk 761300214 76-06-07-140-709.000011 $242.51 Teresa Richardson KIDNEYS O P LOT 66 S of/Contigious: 595 Ln 274 Crooked Lk 761300215 76-06-08-140-118.000011 $418.37 Joe H & Elizabeth M Donnell ROSELAWN 2ND ADD PT LOT 3 76-06-08-140-118.000-011 & 76-06-08-140-119.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 3000 Block of: W Sycamore Beach Rd 761300216 76-06-08-140-119.000011 $1,221.72 Joe H & Elizabeth M Donnell ROSELAWN 2ND ADD NE PT LOT 4 76-06-08-140-118.000011 & 76-06-08-140-119.000-011
ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 3000 Block of: W Sycamore Beach Rd 761300217 76-06-08-140-209.000011 $1,117.79 Joe H & Elizabeth M Donnell ROSE LAWN O P 10’ALLEY Contigious Strip to: 3095 W Sycamore Beach Rd 761300220 76-06-10-000-006.020011 $10,697.83 Thomas C Clausen S PT NW FR1/4 SEC 10 9.41A per survey 2500 Block of: N 200 W 761300226 76-06-10-240-318.090011 $8,810.20 Michael D Dossett W PT SE1/4 NW1/4 SEC 10 .249A (AKA TRACT 18) & INT IN RDWY 175 Ln 273 Lake James 761300228 76-06-11-000-002.020011 $4,273.82 J E Summers Corp PT NE 1/4 NW 1/4 SEC 11 .90A 2931 N State Rd 127 761300230 76-06-15-420-104.000011 $1,010.92 Christopher J & Michelle A Martin PT W1/2 SE1/4 SEC 15 .46A (UNREC NORTHWOOD S 100 FT LOT 15) S of/Adj: 1340 N 140 W 761300231 76-06-16-240-218.000011 $2,870.69 Michael L Witmer PT NW1/4 SEC 16 .226A Between Lots 6 & 7 Ln 148 Crooked Lk 761300232 76-06-17-000-003.000011 $291.44 John M & Laura C Soullier E PT SE1/4 NE1/4 SEC 17 3.46A West of: Ln 152 Crooked Lk 761300233 76-06-20-000-017.090011 $2,523.08 Gregory A & Melissa A Hamer PTT NE 1/4 SW 1/4 SEC 20 14.32A 3678 W Loon Lk Rd 761300235 76-06-29-310-109.000011 $205.05 Brian L Zolman & Mark E Zolman PT NE1/4 SW1/4 SEC 29 .15A 600 S 360 W Silver Lk 761300236 76-06-29-310-125.090011 $624.11 Tri-State Financial Inc PT E1/2 SW1/4 SEC 29 1.23A per survey Corner of: W US HWY 20 & 355 W 761300237 76-06-29-310-206.000011 $400.23 Brian L Zolman & Mark E Zolman PT NE1/4 SW1/4 SEC 29 .22A 615 S 360 W 761300243 76-06-29-340-182.000011 $734.54 Christopher J Hardman & Ann M Hardman SILVER SIDE LOT 28 EXC E 130’ 76-06-29340-182.000-011 & 76-06-29-340183.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 955 S 355 W 761300244 76-06-29-340-183.000011 $1,716.53 Christopher J Hardman & Ann M Hardman SILVER SIDE LOT 29 EXC E 130’ & 16.5’ ALLEY EXC E 130’ 76-06-29-340-182.000011 & 76-06-29-340-183.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 955 S 355 W 761300245 76-06-30-320-105.000011 $5,029.39 Roy Oquinn PT NW PT SW FR1/4 (65’ X 338’) Sec 30 .50A 580 S 500 W 761300246 76-06-30-330-210.000011 $454.12 Terry L & Laura E Sells PT SE1/4 SW1/4 SEC 30 .37A 76-0630-330-210.000-011 & 76-06-30-330211.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Contigious to: 4660 W 95 S 761300247 76-06-30-330-211.000011 $275.03 Terry L & Laura E Sells PT SW1/4 SW1/4 SEC 30 .37A 7606-30-330-210.000-011 & 76-06-30330-211.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 4660 W 95 S 761300248 76-06-30-330-301.000011 $588.69 Aubrey J Hines PT SW1/4 SEC 30 .23A Corner of: 95 S & 465 W 761300249 76-06-31-110-201.000011 $212.75 Theodore H Bender HOLIDAY WOODS 2 LOT 312 76-0631-110-201.000-011 & 76-06-31-110202.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Contigious to: 4225 W 103 S 761300250 76-06-31-110-202.000011 $286.66 Theodore H Bender HOLIDAY WOODS 2 LOT 313 7606-31-110-201.000-011 & 76-06-31110-202.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 4225 W 103 S 761300251 76-06-31-110-222.000011 $2,696.77 Stanley W & Jan M Budzon HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 297 Corner of: 420 W & 105 S 761300252 76-06-31-120-118.000011 $152.04 Denny Caudill & Dena Wilson HOLIDAY WOODS 2 LOT S 1/2 LOT 372 W 105 S 761300254 76-06-31-120-526.000011 $173.57 Betty J Squier HOLIDAY WOODS 2 LOT 518 4300 W 115 S 761300255 76-06-31-120-531.000011 $3,630.19 Amari Chansamrit & Krisan Songer HOLIDAY WOODS 2 LOT 523 76-06-31-120-531.000-011 & 76-06-31-120-532.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 4340 W 115 S 761300256 76-06-31-120-532.000011 $889.23 Amari Chansamrit & Krisan Songer HOLIDAY WOODS 2 LOT 524 76-06-31-120-531.000-011 & 76-06-31-120-532.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 4340 W 115 S 761300257 76-06-31-120-603.000011 $348.97 Donbrock Enterprises HOLIDAY WOODS 2 LOT 542 1100 Block S 445 W 761300258 76-06-31-130-144.000011 $187.68 Eino Kohv HOLIDAY WOODS 2 LOT 570 W 135 S 761300259 76-06-31-130-442.000011 $2,072.31 Candace Blankenship HOLIDAY WOODS 2 LOT F-2 W 135 S 761300260 76-06-31-130-501.000011 $1,305.66 Billy J Albertson HOLIDAY WOODS 2ND ADD E 20’ LOT 735 76-06-31-130-501.000-011 & 7606-31-140-312.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 4215 W 140 S 761300261 76-06-31-130-504.000011 $235.08 Reyna Luz HOLIDAY WOODS II 733 4245 W 140 S 761300262 76-06-31-140-312.000011 $5,087.43 Billy J Albertson HOLIDAY WOODS 2ND ADD LOT 736 76-06-31-130-501.000-011 & 7606-31-140-312.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 4215 W 140 S 761300263 76-06-31-140-509.000011 $895.90 Jon L Zimmerman HOLIDAY WOODS ADD LOT 119 76-06-31-140-509.000-011, 76-0631-140-510.000-011, 76-06-31-140511.000-011, 76-06-31-140-512.000011, 76-06-31-140-531.010-011 & 76-06-31-140-532.010-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 4075 W 145 S 761300264 76-06-31-140-510.000011 $403.21 Jon L Zimmerman HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 118 76-0631-140-509.000-011, 76-06-31-140510.000-011, 76-06-31-140-511.000011, 76-06-31-140-512.000-011, 76-06-31-140-531.010-011 & 7606-31-140-532.010-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER W 145 S 761300265 76-06-31-140-511.000011 $403.21 Jon L Zimmerman Continued to A7
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2013 Continued from A6 HOLIDAY WOODS 1 ADD LOT 117 76-06-31-140-509.000-011, 76-0631-140-510.000-011, 76-06-31-140511.000-011, 76-06-31-140-512.000011, 76-06-31-140-531.010-011 & 76-06-31-140-532.010-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER W 145 S 761300266 76-06-31-140-512.000011 $403.21 Jon L Zimmerman HOLIDAY WOODS 1 LOT 116 76-0631-140-509.000-011, 76-06-31-140510.000-011, 76-06-31-140-511.000011, 76-06-31-140-512.000-011, 76-06-31-140-531.010-011 & 7606-31-140-532.010-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER W 145 S 761300267 76-06-31-140-531.010011 $329.50 Jon L Zimmerman Holiday Woods Sec 1 Lot 103 NW PT (25’) .029A 76-06-31-140-509.000011, 76-06-31-140-510.000-011, 76-06-31-140-511.000-011, 76-0631-140-512.000-011, 76-06-31140-531.010-011 & 76-06-31-140532.010-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER W 145 S 761300268 76-06-31-140-532.010011 $329.50 Jon L Zimmerman Holiday Woods Sec 1 NW PT Lot 102 .01A (20’X25’) 76-06-31-140509.000-011, 76-06-31-140-510.000011, 76-06-31-140-511.000-011, 76-06-31-140-512.000-011, 76-0631-140-531.010-011 & 76-06-31-140532.010-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER W 145 S 761300269 76-06-31-140-602.000011 $1,667.54 Dixie B Moody HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 143 Intersection of: 140 S & 415 W 761300270 76-06-31-140-603.000011 $1,667.54 Dixie B Moody HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 142 Intersection of: 140 S & 415 W 761300271 76-06-31-140-614.000011 $2,003.22 Michael L Root HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 131 76-0631-140-614.000-011 & 76-06-31-140615.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER S 410 W 761300272 76-06-31-140-615.000011 $2,009.31 Michael L Root HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 130 76-0631-140-614.000-011 & 76-06-31-140615.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER S 410 W 761300273 76-06-31-140-621.000011 $1,255.59 Candace Blankenship HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 124 S 410 W 761300274 76-06-31-140-709.000011 $2,103.14 John & Vera Crawford HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 209 W 104 S 761300275 76-06-31-140-710.000011 $1,987.16 John & Vera Crawford HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 210 W 104 S 761300276 76-06-31-140-711.000011 $1,673.52 John & Vera Crawford HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 211 Corner of 103 S & 104 S 761300277 76-06-31-140-712.000011 $694.35 James & Hazel Hautt HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 212 Corner of 103 S & 104 S 761300278 76-06-31-140-729.000011 $354.06 Harold E & Doris B Finkbiner HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 56 Corner of 140 S & 105 S 761300279 76-06-31-140-742.000011 $1,808.02 John & Vera Crawford HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 192 4140 W 130 S 761300280 76-06-31-140-743.000011 $3,574.57 John & Vera Crawford HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 193 W 130 S 761300281 76-06-31-140-803.000011 $1,227.03 Candace Blankenship HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 281 W 103 S 761300282 76-06-31-140-804.000011 $1,734.85 John F & Lucille Craney HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 276 W 103 S 761300283 76-06-31-140-811.000011 $1,970.05 Sleco Inc HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 269 W 103 S 761300284 76-06-31-140-812.000011 $1,797.22 Sleco Inc HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 268 W 103 S 761300285 76-06-31-140-813.000011 $835.05 Virginia Morrison HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 231 4150 W 104 S 761300286 76-06-31-140-814.000011 $905.64 Sleco Inc HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 230 4150 W 104 S 761300287 76-06-31-140-826.000011 $188.48 Christopher A & Rachel N Thomas HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 76 W 104 S 761300288 76-06-32-230-104.000011 $1,231.67 Candace Blankenship HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 277 W 103 S 761300289 76-06-32-230-107.000011 $220.45 Sigurd A & Marian J Wahl 013-13224-00 HOLIDAY WOODS PUBLIC AREA C 65’ X ?’ .23A W 103 S 761300290 76-06-32-230-201.000011 $2,116.04 John F & Lucille Craney HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 83 W 103 S 761300291 76-06-32-230-202.000011 $186.22 Christopher A & Rachel N Thomas HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 84 4030 W 104 S 761300292 76-06-32-230-203.000011 $180.15 Christopher A & Rachel N Thomas HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 85 W 104 S 761300293 76-06-32-230-204.000011 $180.15 Christopher A & Rachel N Thomas HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 86 W 104 S 761300294 76-06-32-230-307.000011 $7,549.82 Candace Blankenship HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 66 Corner of: W 105 S & S 398 W 761300295 76-06-32-230-413.000011 $1,852.55 Candace Blankenship HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 8 W 150 S 761300296 76-06-32-230-415.000011 $307.21 Daniel Levon Haifley HOLIDAY WOODS 10’ E SIDE LOT 9 76-06-32-230-415.000-011 & 7606-32-230-416.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 3930 W 150 S 761300297 76-06-32-230-416.000011 $148.24 Daniel Levon Haifley 013-00907-00 HOLIDAY WOODS LOT 10 76-06-32-230-415.000-011 & 76-06-32-230-416.000-011 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 3930 W 150 S 761300298 76-06-33-000-001.000011 $6,300.03 Gary M Myers PT NE1/4 NE1/4 SEC 33 4.20A 1045 W Fox Lake 761300299 76-06-33-110-232.000011 $282.98 Mrs Anna Ruffman FOX LAKE PLAT LOT 185 Ln 160 Fox Lake 761300300 76-06-33-140-113.000011 $773.43 Armaray Campbell FOX LAKE PLAT LOT 92 Ln 130A Fox Lake 761300301 76-06-33-140-309.000011 $194.10 Patsy Jolly & Dan Smith FOX LAKE PLAT LOT 204 Ln 160 Fox Lake 761300302 76-06-33-140-401.000011 $2,109.72 Paul A Jackson FOX LAKE PLAT LOT 247 Corner of Ln 150 & Ln 140 Fox Lake Rd 761300303 76-06-33-140-402.000011 $1,582.48 Paul A Jackson FOX LAKE PLAT LOT 246 Ln 150 Fox Lake Rd 761300304 76-06-33-140-403.000-
011 $1,582.48 Paul A Jackson FOX LAKE PLAT LOT 245 Ln 150 Fox Lake Rd 761300305 76-06-33-140-404.000011 $1,582.48 Paul A Jackson FOX LAKE PLAT LOT 244 Ln 150 Fox Lake Rd 761300306 76-06-33-140-405.000011 $1,582.48 Paul A Jackson FOX LAKE PLAT LOT 243 Ln 150 Fox Lake Rd 761300307 76-06-33-140-406.000011 $1,580.43 Paul A Jackson FOX LAKE PLAT LOT 242 Ln 150 Fox Lake Rd 761300308 76-06-33-140-407.000011 $1,582.48 Paul A Jackson FOX LAKE PLAT LOT 241 Ln 150 Fox Lake Rd 761300309 76-06-33-140-408.000011 $1,630.44 Paul A Jackson FOX LAKE PLAT LOT 240 Ln 150 Fox Lake Rd 761300310 76-06-33-140-420.000011 $5,236.85 Paul A Jackson FOX LAKE PLAT LOT 248 Ln 140 Fox Lake Rd 761300316 76-06-11-000-022.010012 $7,053.99 Stephen L Garman IN SE1/4 SW1/4 SEC 11 3.56A W Wendell Jacob Ave 761300317 76-06-11-000-031.000012 $2,723.55 Sheets Leckner Partnership SE PT SW1/4 SEC 11 1.67A 300 Block W Wendell Jacob Ave 761300319 76-06-14-410-186.030012 $1,095.58 Northcrest Park Community Asoc Inc Northcrest Park Common Area Sec I including Wetlands D and B Block B CommonArea Broadmore Cir 761300320 76-06-14-410-186.040012 $973.41 Northcrest Park Community Association Inc Northcrest Park Common Area Sec I including Wetlands Block D 1.458A per survey Block D Common Area Broadmore/ Sunstar Cir 761300321 76-06-23-240-103.020012 $59,706.03 Illoura Properties L L C IN NW PT NW1/4 Sec 23 1.601A 1460 Wohlert St 761300322 76-06-23-340-109.000012 $243,111.66 WeKon & Scott L L C PT S1/2 SW1/4 SEC 23 2.31A 410 Weatherhead St 761300323 76-06-23-340-111.000012 $58,001.43 WeKon & Scott L L C PT S1/2 SW1/4 SEC 23 1.03A 414 Weatherhead St 761300324 76-06-23-420-125.000012 $1,074.25 The Aro Corporation GLASGOWS ADD 66’ E MD PT LOT 17 200 Block Oak St 761300325 76-06-24-000-017.000012 $419.00 Beck Development Co Inc SUNNYFIELD SUB DIV POND AREA Sec 23 .61A 1300 Block Beckland Dr 761300326 76-06-24-220-150.000012 $397.47 Hamilton Lumber Company Inc The Fountains Phase I Detention Area (1.24A) Detention Area Williams St 761300329 76-06-26-120-212.000012 $2,705.89 Deborah Whitaker PARK ADD LOT 18 608 N Martha St 761300330 76-06-26-130-221.000012 $1,476.83 Marc E & Darci D Gaff E L MORSE LOT 90 EXC N 28 1/2’ 417 E Broad St 761300333 76-06-26-140-821.000012 $5,279.53 Phoenix Capital Inc T B MORSE ADD N 108.55’ LOT 28 612 E Gilmore St 761300334 76-06-26-140-822.000012 $23,983.85 Phoenix Capital Inc T B MORSE ADD LOT 29 610 E Gilmore St 761300335 76-06-26-210-102.010012 $201.08 Tri-State Financial Inc NE COR NW1/4 SEC 26 .080A Tripiece behind/adj to:643 N Wayne 761300336 76-06-26-210-106.000012 $18,290.97 Stonestreet & Stonestreet Oil PT NE1/4 NW1/4 SEC 26 1.20A 635 Wohlert St 761300337 76-06-26-210-128.000012 $12,978.78 Tri-State Financial Inc PT NW1/4 NW1/4 SEC 26 2.33A 101 W Stocker St 761300340 76-06-26-240-306.000012 $766.68 Cyril J Sauter PT NW1/4 69’X132’ SEC 26 .21A 424 N Superior St 761300342 76-06-26-340-207.000012 $284.90 Samuel J Hartman MCCONNELLS E1/2 LOT 44 211 Prospect St 761300343 76-06-26-340-210.000012 $415.58 Gregory & Shelli W Champion MCCONNELL E1/2 N1/2 LOT 43 76-06-26-340-210.000-012, 76-06-26-340-211.000-012, 76-0626-340-212.000-012, 76-06-26340-213.000-012 & 76-06-26-340214.000-012 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Adj to 212 W Pleasant St 761300344 76-06-26-340-211.000012 $539.68 Gregory & Shelli W Champion MCCONNELLS S1/2 LOT 43 76-06-26-340-210.000-012, 76-06-26-340-211.000-012, 76-0626-340-212.000-012, 76-06-26340-213.000-012 & 76-06-26-340214.000-012 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 212 W Pleasant St 761300345 76-06-26-340-212.000012 $3,672.78 Gregory & Shelli W Champion MCCONNELL LOT 42 76-06-26-340-210.000-012, 76-0626-340-211.000-012, 76-06-26-340212.000-012, 76-06-26-340-213.000012 & 76-06-26-340-214.000-012 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 525 S West St 761300346 76-06-26-340-213.000012 $4,394.78 Gregory & Shelli W Champion MCCONNELLS W 42’ LOT 25 76-06-26-340-210.000-012, 76-06-26-340-211.000-012, 76-0626-340-212.000-012, 76-06-26340-213.000-012 & 76-06-26-340214.000-012 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 212 W Pleasant St 761300347 76-06-26-340-214.000012 $503.18 Gregory & Shelli W Champion MCCONNELLS EXC 90’ X 56’ SE COR Lot 24 76-06-26-340210.000-012, 76-06-26-340-211.000012, 76-06-26-340-212.000-012, 76-06-26-340-213.000-012 & 7606-26-340-214.000-012 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 212 W Pleasant St 761300348 76-06-26-340-505.000012 $1,275.74 Ping Wha & Sylvia Lin COLLEGE E1/2 LOT 48 506 W Darling St 761300349 76-06-26-410-109.000012 $277.93 Karen L Sheppard MAUMEE PARK LOT 12 600 E Maumee St 761300350 76-06-26-420-301.000012 $14,593.70 Lawrence D & Deanna L Randall SE PT NW1/4 SE1/4 SEC 26 1.006A 303 S Euclid St 761300351 76-06-27-000-011.000012 $1,845.00 Elise V Whobrey W MD PT NE1/4 NE1/4 Sec 27 1.031A (Per Survey) 600 N McKinley St 761300352 76-06-27-410-109.000012 $4,857.57 Linda M Hankins WOODHULLS LOT 34 901 W Maumee St 761300353 76-06-28-000-024.000012 $46,819.16 Sapna Enter-
prises LLC W1/2 SW1/4 SEC 28 .86A 76-06-28-000-024.000-012 & 76-06-28-000-999.998-011(Dummy Parcel was annexed) 2995 W Maumee St 761300354 76-06-28-000-027.000012 $316.25 Sapna Enterprises LLC W1/2 SW1/4 SEC 28 .03A 725 S Shoup St 761300355 76-06-35-000-024.040012 $783.25 Kelly J & Michelle M Wilder N PT NE 1/4 NW1/4 SEC 35 .483A 100 Block of: Fox Lake Rd 761300361 76-09-05-220-130.000013 $485.37 April A Nickloy & Nathaniel A Nickloy METZ BARCALOWS MD PT LOT 2 76-09-05-220-130.000013 & 76-09-05-220-137.000-013 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Contigious: 2000 Block S 800 E 761300362 76-09-05-220-137.000013 $913.49 April A Nickloy & Nathaniel A Nickloy METZ BARCALOWS MD PT LOT 1 76-09-05-220-130.000013 & 76-09-05-220-137.000-013 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Contigious: 2000 Block S 800 E 761300363 76-09-05-220-206.000013 $254.59 Reno Realty METZ FERRIERS SE COR LOT 8 2000 Block E Metz Rd 761300364 76-09-08-000-008.000013 $1,180.13 Derk D Derck MD PT SW1/4 SEC 8 7.69A Contigious: 3575 S 850 E 761300365 76-09-08-000-008.040013 $2,582.41 Derk D Derck N PT N 1/2 SW 1/4 SEC 8 7.73A 3575 S 850 E 761300368 76-09-19-000-008.000013 $994.92 Kevin E Henderson NW1/4 NE1/4 SEC 19 2.036A 7545 E 500 S 761300369 76-09-19-000-016.020013 $1,782.04 Rene C Rivera N PT SW1/4 SW1/4 SEC 19 14.25A 5770 S 700 E 761300370 76-09-21-000-002.040013 $971.24 Leland R Daley PT N1/2 NW1/4 SEC 21 2.44A 9270 E 525 S 761300371 76-12-07-210-107.000014 $694.67 Tessa & Stacy Osborn WILDWOOD Lot 9 Block 1 76-12-07210-107.000-014 & 76-12-07-210108.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER E/Adj to: 20 Park Dr Turkey Lk 761300372 76-12-07-210-108.000014 $19,885.77 Tessa & Stacy Osborn WILDWOOD LOT 8 Block 1 76-12-07-210-107.000-014 & 7612-07-210-108.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 20 Park Dr Turkey Lk 761300376 76-12-07-210-224.000014 $2,862.49 Della & Harue Garringer Farris PT NW FR1/4 Sec 7 .207A N WILDWOOD UNREC 35 BLK 3 West of: 115 Ln 110 Turkey Lake 761300377 76-12-07-210-225.000014 $791.45 John P Mowan W PT NW FR 1/4 SEC 7 .207A UNREC N WILDWOOD LOT 36 BLOCK 3 155 Ln 110 Turkey Lake 761300380 76-12-07-210-527.000014 $164.52 Jack D Chaffins WILDWOOD LOT 7 BLK 14 & W1/2 VAC RDWY ADJ E SIDE ORD #3036 9710-0557 REV 97-12-0111 35 Ln 123 Turkey Lake 761300381 76-12-07-210-528.000014 $191.76 Leonard W Kats WILDWOOD ADD LOT 6 BLOCK 14 & E1/2 VAC RDWY ADJ W SIDE VAC ORD 3036 97-10-0557 REV97-120111 Ln 123 Turkey Lake 761300382 76-12-07-210-529.000014 $6,702.85 Leonard W Kats & Thomas Raynor WILDWOOD ADD LOT 3 BLOCK 14 Ln 123 Turkey Lake 761300383 76-12-07-210-530.000014 $1,066.47 Byron Chase WILDWOOD ADD N 40’ LOT 2 BLOCK 14 Ln 123 Turkey Lake 761300384 76-12-07-210-532.000014 $895.34 Leonard W Kats & Thomas Raynor WILDWOOD ADD LOT 4 BLOCK 15 Ln 123 Turkey Lake 761300385 76-12-07-210-551.000014 $320.76 Kirk A & Sherry S Noll WILDWOOD 5’ VAC ALLEY ADJ TO Lot 3 Block 16 76-12-07210-551.000-014 & 76-12-07-210552.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 60 Ln 124 Turkey Lake 761300386 76-12-07-210-552.000014 $4,997.48 Kirk A & Sherry S Noll WILDWOOD LOT 3 BLOCK 16 7612-07-210-551.000-014 & 76-12-07210-552.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 60 Ln 124 Turkey Lake 761300387 76-12-07-210-613.000014 $1,458.89 Byron Ellis & Elise A Lines WILDWOOD ADD LOT 5 BLOCK 9 Ln 118 A Turkey Lake 761300388 76-12-07-210-617.000014 $1,080.50 Bobbie Joe Klebe WILDWOOD PT NW1/4 Sec 7 .07A LOT 13 BLK 10 Corner of: Park Drive & Ln 118 Turkey Lk 761300389 76-12-07-210-623.000014 $2,379.57 Melvin Jones WILDWOOD LOT 2 BLOCK 10 & N1/2 VAC MAPLE ST ADJ S OF LOT 2 Ln 117 Turkey Lake 761300390 76-12-07-210-624.000014 $30,831.42 Melvin & Patsy Jones WILDWOOD LOT 1 BLOCK 11 & S1/2 VAC MAPLE ST ADJ N OF LOT 1 Ln 117 Turkey Lake 761300392 76-12-07-210742.000-014 $432.19 Melissa Prater WILDWOOD LOT 11 BLOCK 8 7612-07-210-742.000-014 & 76-12-07210-743.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 80 Ln 116 Turkey Lake 761300393 76-12-07-210-743.000014 $6,341.72 Melissa Prater WILDWOOD ADD LOT 14 BLOCK 8 76-12-07-210-742.000-014 & 7612-07-210-743.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER E of/Adj: 80 Ln 116 Turkey Lake 761300394 76-12-07-240-254.000014 $844.21 Jon Marler WILDWOOD 2ND HILLSDALE PARK Lot 10 100 Block of: Ln 131C Turkey Lake 761300395 76-12-07-240-256.000014 $1,820.14 C J Bagley WILDWOOD 2ND ADD HILLSDALE PARK Lot 12 100 Block of: Ln 131C Turkey Lake 761300396 76-12-07-240-257.000014 $1,967.67 C J Bagley WILDWOOD 2ND ADD HILLSDALE PARK Lot 13 100 Block of: LN 131C Turkey Lake 761300397 76-12-07-240-266.000014 $1,179.96 Kevin V & Angie M Schlegel WILDWOOD 2ND HILLSDALE PARK LOT 22 76-12-07-240266.000-014, 76-12-07-240-345.000014, 76-12-07-240-346.000-014, 76-12-07-240-347.000-014 & 7612-07-240-348.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER W of/Across Street: 315 Ln 131 Turkey Lake 761300398 76-12-07-240-345.000014 $645.44 Kevin V & Angie M Schlegel WILDWOOD 2ND ADD LOT 8 BLOCK 7 & W1/2 VAC EASEMENT ADJ 76-12-07-240-266.000-
014, 76-12-07-240-345.000-014, 76-12-07-240-346.000-014, 76-1207-240-347.000-014 & 76-12-07240-348.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 315 Ln 131 Turkey Lk 761300399 76-12-07-240-346.000014 $13,304.88 Kevin V & Angie M Schlegel WILDWOOD 2ND ADD LOT 7 BLOCK 7 76-12-07-240-266.000014, 76-12-07-240-345.000-014, 76-12-07-240-346.000-014, 76-1207-240-347.000-014 & 76-12-07240-348.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 315 Ln 131 Turkey Lk 761300400 76-12-07-240-347.000014 $572.05 Kevin V & Angie M Schlegel WILDWOOD 2ND HILLSDALE PARK LOT 6 BLOCK 7 76-12-07-240266.000-014, 76-12-07-240-345.000014, 76-12-07-240-346.000-014, 76-12-07-240-347.000-014 & 7612-07-240-348.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Contigious to: 315 LN 131 Turkey Lake 761300401 76-12-07-240-348.000014 $721.56 Kevin V & Angie M Schlegel WILDWOOD 2ND HILLSDALE PARK LOT 9 BLOCK 7 & W1/2 VAC EASEMENT ADJ 76-12-07-240266.000-014, 76-12-07-240-345.000014, 76-12-07-240-346.000-014, 76-12-07-240-347.000-014 & 7612-07-240-348.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Contigious to: 315 LN 131 Turkey Lake 761300402 76-12-07-310-104.000014 $311.17 Steven W Buckles WILDWOOD 2ND LOT 20 BLOCK 4 Ln 131G Turkey Lake 761300403 76-12-07-310-105.000014 $307.42 Steven W Buckles WILDWOOD 2ND Lot 17 Block 4 Ln 131G Turkey Lake 761300404 76-12-07-310-106.000014 $2,577.28 Steven W Buckles WILDWOOD 2ND LOT 16 4 40 Ln 131 Turkey Lake 761300405 76-12-07-420-119.000014 $432.19 Shane R Sowards WILDWOOD 3RD LOT 2 BLOCK 1 76-12-07-420-119.000-014 & 76-1207-420-151.000-014, 76-12-07-420152.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Rear of: 15 Ln 134 Turkey Lake 761300406 76-12-07-420-120.000014 $432.19 Shane R Sowards WILDWOOD 3RD LOT 3 BLOCK 1 76-12-07-420-120.000-014, 76-1207-420-121.000-014 & 76-12-07420-150.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER W 350 S 761300407 76-12-07-420-121.000014 $448.28 Shane R Sowards WILDWOOD 3RD LOT 4 BLOCK 1 & W1/2 VAC PUBLIC WAY ADJ (VAC ORD# 3061 D/R 0101-0399) 7612-07-420-120.000-014, 76-12-07420-121.000-014 & 76-12-07-420150.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER W 350 S 761300408 76-12-07-420-150.000014 $432.19 Shane R Sowards WILDWOOD 3RD LOT 26 BLOCK 1 76-12-07-420-120.000-014, 7612-07-420-121.000-014 & 76-12-07420-150.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER Ln 134 Turkey Lake 761300409 76-12-07-420-151.000014 $903.99 Shane R Sowards WILDWOOD 3RD LOT 27 BLOCK 1 76-12-07-420-119.000-014 & 76-1207-420-151.000-014, 76-12-07-420152.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 15 Ln 134 Turkey Lake 761300410 76-12-07-420-152.000014 $15,648.77 Shane R Sowards WILDWOOD 3RD LOT 28 BLOCK 1 76-12-07-420-119.000-014 & 76-1207-420-151.000-014, 76-12-07-420152.000-014 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 15 Ln 134 Turkey Lake 761300411 76-12-07-420-159.000014 $11,507.43 James & Ute Albright WILDWOOD 3RD ADD LOT 7 BLK 2 100 Block Ln 134 Turkey Lake 761300412 76-12-12-000-005.000014 $1,238.06 Rolling Valley Farms, L L C S1/2 N1/2 SW1/4 SEC 12 38.992A S 600 W 761300413 76-12-12-000-006.000014 $1,240.82 Rolling Valley Farms, L L C SW1/4 SW1/4 SEC 12 35.578A W 400 S 761300414 76-12-15-220-103.000014 $305.72 Alice Jane Shumaker IN NW1/4 NW1/4 SEC 15 .31A 4060 S 800 W 761300415 76-12-15-220-105.000014 $739.83 Alice Jane Shumaker PT W PT N1/2 NW1/4 Sec 15 1A South of: 4060 S 800 W 761300416 76-12-16-110-103.000014 $531.63 Kenneth D Burris NE PT NE1/4 SEC 16 .26A West/Adj 8045 W 400 S 761300417 76-12-16-110-105.000014 $167.40 Kenneth D Burris NE PT NE1/4 SEC 16 .03A Rear of/South 8045 W 400 S 761300419 76-12-18-140-112.010014 $559.01 Mark Kluesner & Myra Kluesner DENISONS BEACH W 10’ LOT 17 10’ Strip E/Adj: 155 Ln 180 Turkey Lake 761300422 76-12-27-000-005.000014 $816.27 Lyn L & Doris A Alleshouse N PT NW1/4 NW1/4 SEC 27 9.47A 6040 S 800 W Dr 761300423 76-12-32-310-108.000014 $279.83 Tony & Deana E Fugate HELMER 3RD ADD LOT 34 7600 S State Rd 327 761300425 76-12-32-310-202.000014 $1,957.54 Danny H & Cathy I Greenland PT N1/2 SW1/4 SEC 32 9.96A 7595 S State Rd 327 761300426 76-12-32-310-331.000014 $292.92 Wilgus & Janetta Slone HELMER 1ST ADD W1/2 LOT 17 Rear Lot 7690 S State Rd 327 761300433 76-12-36-140215.000-015 $311.57 Shelly Karacson ZONKERS LOT 92 76-12-36-140-215.000-015 & 7612-36-140-216.000-015 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 206 W Zonker St 761300434 76-12-36-140216.000-015 $378.66 Shelly Karacson ZONKERS LOT 89 76-12-36-140-215.000-015 & 7612-36-140-216.000-015 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 206 W Zonker St 761300435 76-12-36-410-421.000015 $937.89 Richard L & Treena Taylor 2’ X 20’ N Wall 1/2 S Wall & 1’ S Wall Lot 33 Broughs N1/3 Lot 32 Exc NW Cor 76-12-36-410-421.000-015 & 76-12-36-410-423.000-015 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 761300436 76-12-36-410-423.000015 $597.11 Richard L & Treena Taylor BRUGHS S 1/3 LOT 33 7612-36-410-421.000-015 & 76-12-36410-423.000-015 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 761300437 76-12-36-410-704.000015 $677.20 Youngs Home 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kpcnews.com LOT 25 204 W Wabash St 761300438 76-12-36-420-101.000015 $579.49 Randolph M Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 73 Rear Lot W Parsonage St 761300439 76-12-36-420-102.000015 $547.70 Randolph M Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 74 Rear Lot W Parsonage St 761300440 76-12-36-420-103.000015 $547.70 Randolph M Friedel BRUGHS HEIRS LOT 75 Rear Lot W Parsonage St 761300441 76-12-36-420-104.000015 $547.70 Randolph M Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 76 Rear Lot W Parsonage St 761300442 76-12-36-420-105.000015 $547.70 Randolph M & Anna L Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 77 Rear Lot W Parsonage Street 761300443 76-12-36-420-106.000015 $579.49 Randolph M Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 78 Rear Lot W Parsonage Street 761300444 76-12-36-420-107.000015 $579.68 Randolph M Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 79 Rear Lot W Parsonage Street 761300445 76-12-36-420-108.000015 $547.85 Randolph M Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 80 Rear Lot W Parsonage Street 761300446 76-12-36-420-109.000015 $595.25 Randolph M Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 85 Middle Lot W Parsonage Street 761300447 76-12-36-420-110.000015 $595.25 Randolph M Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 86 Middle Lot W Parsonage Street 761300448 76-12-36-420-111.000015 $595.25 Randolph M Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 87 Middle Lot W Parsonage Street 761300449 76-12-36-420-112.000015 $557.93 Randolph M Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 88 Middle Lot W Parsonage Street 761300450 76-12-36-420-113.000015 $557.78 Randolph M Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 89 Middle Lot W Parsonage Street 761300451 76-12-36-420-114.000015 $557.78 Randolph M Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 90 Middle Lot W Parsonage Street 761300452 76-12-36-420-123.000015 $244.90 Larry W & Chris A Snyder BRUGH HEIRS LOT 98 P O Box 152 E/Adj: 512 W Parsonage St 761300453 76-12-36-420-125.000015 $2,274.18 Randolph M Friedel BRUGH HEIRS LOT 100 Front Lot W Parsonage Street 761300456 76-07-10-000-002.008016 $226.79 New Cingular Wireless L/G Cell Tower on parcel 76-07-10000-002.000-016 Equipment shed 12x20 & fencing located at 4660 E 275 N Fremont. Site # IN-1716 - Permit # 11824 4660 E 275 N 761300458 76-07-18-310-205.000016 $380.82 Peter G & Inge N VanderVegt Autumn Hills 2nd Addition Lot 5 E/Adj to: 1052 E 145 N 761300461 76-07-27-000-035.000016 $1,820.80 Troy T & Jennifer D Hantz S1/2 SW1/4 SW1/4 SEC 27 19A 950 S State Rd 1 761300462 76-07-28-000-043.000016 $600.14 Alan J Royal SE PT SE1/4 SE1/4 SEC 28 1.14A 655 S 400 E 761300463 76-11-05-330-130.000017 $431.62 Karen Sue Doyle PT SW1/4 SEC 5 .01A LOT C 0215 N 035 W 2900Block S 390 W 761300464 76-11-07-000-009.000017 $2,618.26 Michael A & Mischelle R Musser E1/2 SE1/4 SEC 7 6.39A 3895 S 400 W 761300466 76-11-10-000-999.201017 $135.50 J F C Inc R/W PRIVATE ROADS 2.00A 310 Hickory Ln 761300468 76-11-14-310-301.000017 $676.09 G R C, L L C 02100529-00 LIFE OF RILEY LOT 150 76-11-14-310-301.000-017 & 76-1114-310-302.000-017 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 4620 S West Riley Square 761300469 76-11-14-310-302.000017 $1,013.23 G R C, L L C 02100528-00 LIFE OF RILEY LOT 149 76-11-14-310-301.000-017 & 76-1114-310-302.000-017 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 4620 S West Riley Square 761300470 76-11-14-310-335.000017 $11,883.18 Michael R & Cynthia L McMillan LIFE OF RILEY LOT 116 4695 S East Riley Square 761300472 76-11-14-330-201.010017 $2,465.95 M E & M J IV L L C PT W1/2 SW1/4 SEC 14 .054A per survey on file 76-11-14-330-201.010017, 76-11-14-330-202.000-017 & 76-11-14-330-204.020-0 S Old 27 761300473 76-11-14-330-202.000017 $6,169.17 ME & MJ IV L L C IN MD PT W1/2 SW1/4 SEC .214A 76-11-14-330-201.010-017, 76-1114-330-202.000-017 & 76-11-14-330204.020-017 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER S Old 27 761300474 76-11-14-330-204.020017 $434.22 ME & MJ IV L L C Md pt SW 1/4 SW 1/4 Sec 14 .008A per survey on file 76-11-14-330-201.010017, 76-11-14-330-202.000-017 & 76-11-14-330-204.020-017 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 46810 S Old 27 761300475 76-11-15-000-014.010017 $170.39 James C & Faye I Green 021-01298-01 PT SW PT SW1/4 SEC 15 .55A W/Adj to: 1765 W 500 S 761300476 76-11-15-220-120.000017 $1,401.38 Mary Ann P Keefer & Daniel B Keefer N SHORE-LONG LAKE 3RD ADD LOT 18 1800 Block W Long Lk Rd 761300477 76-11-15-220-121.000017 $1,425.59 Mary Ann P Keefer & Daniel B Keefer N SHORE-LONG LAKE 3RD ADD LOT 19 1800 Block W Long Lk Rd 761300479 76-11-15-410-219.000017 $479.25 David E & Karen C Roudebush P LAKE OP LOT 58 1190 W Main St 761300482 76-11-23-110-201.000017 $683.02 Phyllis J Richmond POINT CHRISTOPHER Lot 20 7611-23-110-201.000-017 & 76-11-23-
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110-202.000-017 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 25 E 510 S 761300483 76-11-23-110-202.000017 $2,959.34 Phyllis J Richmond POINT CHRISTOPHER LOT 21 7611-23-110-201.000-017 & 76-11-23110-202.000-017 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 25 E 510 S 761300498 76-11-32-330-128.000018 $715.86 Sandra Odell LOT 13 BLK 7 307 E Lincoln St 761300499 76-11-32-330-212.000018 $210.81 Alan D & Angela K Lechleidner LOT 11 BLK 12 ADD CHG 7/18/01 76-11-32-330-212.000018 & 76-11-32-330-213.000-018 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 761300500 76-11-32-330-213.000018 $940.48 Alan D & Angela K Lechleidner LOT 12 BLK 12 ADD CHG 7/18/01 76-11-32-330-212.000018 & 76-11-32-330-213.000-018 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 102 E State St 761300501 76-11-32-330-214.000018 $228.40 Robert L Doty S1/2 LOT 1 BLK 12 76-11-32-330-214.000-018 & 76-11-32-330-215.000-018 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 761300502 76-11-32-330-215.000018 $228.40 Robert L Doty N1/2 LOT 1 BL 12 76-11-32-330-214.000-018 & 76-11-32-330-215.000-018 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 761300509 76-11-31-320-431.000019 $568.36 Adam E Morris R & F E 1/2 LOT 23 Rear of: 206 N Hardy St 761300510 76-11-31-320-514.000019 $276.75 Jacqueline A Hiler & Douglas Martin ROPP & FULLERTON LOT 27 218 E Wabash St 761300513 76-08-29-000-003.000021 $5,318.84 James W & Renee L Carr NE PT W1/2 NE1/4 SEC 29 29.5A 76-08-29-000-003.000-021, 76-08-29-000-003.010-021, 76-0829-000-004.000-021, 76-08-29000-005.000-021 & 76-08-29-000006.000-021 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER E 40 S 761300514 76-08-29-000-003.010021 $581.19 James W & Renee L Carr PT W1/2 NE1/4 SEC 29 .50A 76-08-29-000-003.000-021, 76-0829-000-003.010-021, 76-08-29-000004.000-021, 76-08-29-000-005.000021 & 76-08-29-000-006.000-021 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 8740 E 40 S 761300515 76-08-29-000-004.000021 $2,205.91 James W & Renee L Carr N PT W1/2 NE1/4 SEC 29 29.70A 76-08-29-000-003.000-021, 76-08-29-000-003.010-021, 76-0829-000-004.000-021, 76-08-29000-005.000-021 & 76-08-29-000006.000-021 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER E 40 S 761300516 76-08-29-000-005.000021 $2,787.08 James W & Renee L Carr N3/4 E1/2 NW1/4 SEC29 37.60A 76-08-29-000-003.000-021, 76-08-29-000-003.010-021, 76-0829-000-004.000-021, 76-08-29000-005.000-021 & 76-08-29-000006.000-021 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 761300517 76-08-29-000-006.000021 $553.08 James W & Renee L Carr N3/4 W1/2 NW1/4 SEC 29 6.45A 76-08-29-000-003.000-021, 76-0829-000-003.010-021, 76-08-29-000004.000-021, 76-08-29-000-005.000021 & 76-08-29-000-006.000-021 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 761300518 76-08-31-000-002.020021 $212.67 David Grimes N MD PT NE 1/4 SEC 31 .623A Us Hwy 20 761300519 76-08-31-000-002.030021 $3,697.15 Michael L Word PT E 1/2 NE 1/4 SEC 31 6.33A 1345 S 800 E 761300527 76-08-32-330-163.000021 $3,478.74 Samuel E Carroll & Roxanne Kay Johnson SW PT W1/2 SW1/4 Sec 32 1.68A 8150 E Metz Rd 761300528 76-02-13-000-018.050022 $359.37 First Federal Savings Bank PT NE 1/4 SW 1/4 SEC 13 1.183A S of/Adj to: 6375 E 750 N 761300529 76-02-16-000-030.000022 $248.75 Retta Lewis OP SCHAEFFERS WOODLAND ADD LOT 3 76-02-16-000-030.000-022 & 76-02-16-000-031.000-022 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 761300530 76-02-16-000-031.000022 $1,030.44 Retta Lewis OP SCHAEFFERS WOODLAND ADD LOT 4 76-02-16-000-030.000-022 & 76-02-16-000-031.000-022 ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER 320 Schaeffers Ct Fish Lake 761300534 76-02-26-000-005.080022 $419.78 Bryan W Davis PT N PT SW 1/4 SEC 26 1.57A 5491 N 525 E 761300535 76-02-28-000-025.000022 $655.05 Walter Schwartzengraber SW PT SE1/4 SE1/4 SEC 28 .88A 5010 N 375 E 761300536 76-02-31-000-005.140022 $441.26 Robert R & Linda L Gilbert PT NW FR 1/4 SEC 31 55’ x 35’ 4915 N 100 E 761300537 76-02-32-000-016.010022 $2,472.29 Coriander Warren MD PT E1/2 SEC 32 2.75A 4540 N State Rd 827 761300538 76-02-32-000-016.130022 $305.64 Cinnamon Huss MD PT E1/2 SEC 32 2.78A 4540 N State Rd 827 Total Properties: 384 I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true list of lots and land returned delinquent for the nonpayment of taxes and special assessments for the time periods set forth, also subsequent delinquent taxes, current taxes and costs due thereon and the same are chargeable with the amount of tax, etc., with which they are charges on said list. Given under my hand and seal this 20th day of August, 2013. Pamela Coleman, Auditor Steuben County Indiana HR,00350440,8/20,27,9/3,hspaxlp
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UNEMPLOYMENT: Regional rate has stalled out FROM PAGE A1
Temperatures will begin warming today with highs in the mid-80s. Tonight’s low will be in the mid-60s. Partly cloudy Wednesday with a high of 87 and an overnight low of 67 expected. Slight chance of showers Thursday with daytime temperatures nearing 90 degrees. Low of 67 expected.
Sunrise Wednesday 6:56 a.m.
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South Bend 86° | 64°
Fort Wayne 84° | 63° Fronts Cold
Indianapolis 90° | 66°
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Terre Haute 86° | 66°
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1990,” said Scott B. Sanders, commissioner of the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. “Initial claims for unemployment insurance in 2013 have been at their lowest levels since 2000, the peak of employment in the Hoosier state.” THIS STORY was posted on kpcnews.com at 10:45 a.m. Monday.
PAGEANT: Kain hopes to have impact at home FROM PAGE A1
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July’s job gains totaled 5,900, the DWD said. The state has added more than 203,000 private-sector jobs since July 2009, the low point of employment in Indiana, with job growth occurring in 40 out of the past 43 months. “The Trade, Transportation and Utilities sector experienced the largest one-month growth since
Sunset Wednesday 8:33 p.m.
Monday’s Statistics Local HI 81 LO 61 PRC. 0 Fort Wayne HI 82 LO 61 PRC. 0
and for the last three years nationally,” Cutter said. “The current U.S. (non-seasonally adjusted) unemployment rate stands at 7.7 (percent). At this time last year, that rate was 8.6 (percent). The difference between our regional unemployment rate and that for the nation is growing.”
She’s been on the dean’s list and has received the John C. Price Service Award. Last year, Rebecca completed her 4-H career and was able to focus on the duties of queen during this July’s Steuben County 4-H Fair. She circulated throughout the activities, shows and major events. Rebecca has been involved in the Miss Indiana organization and competed
for Miss Steuben County several years ago. She said she wants to remain part of the Steuben County pageant and encourage more girls to compete for the $500 scholarship and honor of representing the county; being a 4-H member is not a prerequisite. There’s a lot that can be done right at home, it was noted during the state fair pageant, and Rebecca said she hopes to make visits to
local elementary schools and other youth events after volleyball season winds down. She received a lot of encouragement from local pageant coordinators Megan Stoy and Sara Wagner, said Melody. “She was just so happy … She did just make history in Steuben County,” said Melody. “It was just a great experience all the way around.”
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More than half of states show July unemployment increase WASHINGTON (AP) — Unemployment rates rose in more than half of U.S. states in July and fewer states added jobs, echoing national data that show the job market may have lost some momentum. The Labor Department said Monday that unemployment rates increased in 28 states. They were unchanged in 14 and fell in eight states — the fewest to show a decline since January. Hiring increased in 32 states in July compared with June, the fewest to report
job gains in three months. Seventeen states reported job losses. California, Georgia and Florida reported the largest job gains, while New Jersey and Nevada lost the most. Nationwide, hiring has been steady this year but slowed in July. Employers added 162,000 jobs, the fewest since March. The unemployment rate fell to 7.4 percent, a 4 ½ -year low, from 7.6 percent. And while the job market has improved over the past 12 months, the gains appear
to be benefiting southern and western states most of all. Unemployment in the West fell to 7.9 percent in July. That’s down from 9.3 percent a year earlier and the biggest decline of the four regions. In the South, unemployment fell to 7.3 percent, from 7.8 percent a year ago. Unemployment has barely dipped in the Midwest, to 7.3 percent from 7.5 percent in the past year. In the Northeast, it dropped to 7.6 percent from 8.4 percent.
ABATEMENT: Council sticks with tax break scoring FROM PAGE A1
Inc., Fort Wayne, last year. In the company’s tax abatement application, it stated the current manufacturing process is not as efficient as it could be due to cramped conditions. The addition is being positioned on the property to allow for additional future growth. The company plans to add terminal applicators, new molds, wire cutter and a dereeler. Eletric-Tec has 36 employees and hopes to add five additional positions. Angola Mayor Dick Hickman said he recently visited Electric-Tec and liked what he saw. “I was impressed with the atmosphere,” Hickman said. Electric-Tec’s website said it provides manufacturing capability for medical assemblies, power cords, cord sets and various types of electrical assemblies for medical, appliance, truck and trailer, electronics, telecommunications, recreational vehicles and agriculture. The company was founded in 1972 by Neal
Gaff, with the current manufacturing facility constructed in 1987. Wayne Luchenbill and a group of investors purchased the company in 2006. Electric-Tec will be operated as a family-owned business with Daniel Khorshid as the company’s president. In the last five years, Electric-Tec has doubled its sales. On a tax abatement scoring sheet, the city rated Eletric-Tec a 98 on a 265-scoring sheet, which qualifies it for a five-year tax abatement. In figures from Baker, he reported Eletric-Tec increased employees from 32 to 36 this year, in addition to purchasing $72,579 in equipment from the November 2012 company acquisition to July 2013. Khorporate Holdings owns other Indiana businesses in Garrett and LaOtto. Khorporate purchased Mossberg Industries Inc., Garrett, and Ontario, Calif., in November 2011, constructed a 45,000 square
foot building expansion and renovations to the existing building were completed in February at a cost of $2.4 million, with an additional $700,000 in equipment purchased since the acquisition. X-Y Tool & Die Inc., LaOtto, was purchased by Khorporate in 2007 and increased its workforce from 52 to 91 employees during the change in ownership. In 2010, the company completed a 38,000 square foot building expansion and purchased $2.2 million in equipment. In a related matter, the Common Council opted to stick with the current tax abatement scoring system it has. Dave Koenig, executive director of the Steuben County Economic Development Corp., approached the city about taking part in a county-wide tax abatement scoring system to streamline the process. Councilman Dave Martin said he liked the system the city has in place because it offers flexibility in tax abatement terms.
MUBARAK: Political costs of release may be great FROM PAGE A1
was overturned on appeal and he is now being retried, along with his security chief and six top police commanders. Two judicial officials, however, said there will no longer be any grounds to hold the 85-year-old former president if a court accepts a petition by his lawyer requesting his release in a corruption case later this week. Many analysts, however, expressed skepticism, saying the political cost of letting the former leader who was widely hated for widespread abuses and repression during his 29 years in power could keep him in jail. The judiciary officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to talk to the media, said a criminal court on Monday ordered Mubarak’s release in a corruption case in which he and his two sons were accused of embezzling funds for the maintenance of presidential palaces. His sons will remain in custody, the court said without giving reasons. Monday’s order, along with the fact that Mubarak had previously been ordered released in two other cases against him — the killing of the protesters and a case related to illegal earnings — opened the possibility of freedom for the former president. Mubarak is also facing trial for alleged acceptance of presents from state newspapers but has already repaid their value. His defense team has submitted a petition for his release in connection with the presents and a ruling is expected later this week. While he still faces trial, Mubarak secured a ruling to be released from custody in the case of the killing of
protesters because he could not be held for more than two years pending a final verdict, the officials said. However, his release during one of the worst bouts of turmoil since his ouster could be a huge risk for the military-backed government and authorities will likely decide to keep him in custody. Tensions in Egypt have soared since the army ousted Morsi, who was Egypt’s first freely elected president, in a July 3 coup following days of protests by millions of Egyptians demanding the Islamist president step down and accusing him of abusing his powers. On Wednesday, the military raided two protest camps of Morsi’s supporters in Cairo, killing hundreds of people and triggering the current wave of violence. Human Rights Watch, in a report released on Monday, accused Egyptian security forces of using excessive force when they moved on Wednesday to clear the larger of two sit-in protest camps. The New York-based group said the assault amounted to the “most serious incident of mass unlawful killings in modern Egyptian history.” HRW put the death toll from that sit-in camp, in an eastern Cairo district, at 377, and called on authorities to reverse a recent decision authorizing the use of deadly force by security forces when they come under attack or when key government facilities are assaulted. In all, nearly 1,000 people were killed in the crackdown and the clashes that erupted between Morsi’s supporters and security forces. Morsi’s supporters have fought back, staging demonstrations demanding that he be reinstated and
denouncing the military coup. The Sinai Peninsula has long suffered from violence such as kidnappings by Bedoins demanding the release from prison of relatives. Al-Qaida-linked fighters, some who consider Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood to be too moderate, and tribesmen have used the area for smuggling and other criminal activity for years and have occasionally fired rockets into Israel and staged cross-border attacks. A year ago, 16 Egyptian border guards were slain in Sinai near the borders with Gaza and Israel in a yet unresolved attack that is widely blamed on militants. But Islamic militancy in the area has been on the rise with almost daily attacks targeting security forces since Morsi’s ouster. Monday’s killings took place near the border town of Rafah in northern Sinai. A few hours later, militants shot to death a senior police officer as he stood guard outside a bank in el-Arish, another city in the largely lawless area, three security officials said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for either attack. The security officials initially said the 25 policemen were killed in a rocket-propelled grenade attack against the buses but later said further investigation showed that they were shot to death. The policemen were off-duty and not in uniform, the officials said. The attacks came a day after security forces killed 36 detainees during a riot on a prison-bound truck convoy north of Cairo. The killings came as police fired tear gas to free a guard who was trapped in the melee.
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Scores • NATIONAL LEAGUE CHICAGO CUBS .................11 WASHINGTON .........................1 CINCINNATI ...............................5 ARIZONA......................................3 PHILADELPHIA .......................5 COLORADO ...............................4 MIAMI .............................................6 L.A. DODGERS.........................2 INTERLEAGUE N.Y. METS ....................................6 MINNESOTA..............................1 AMERICAN LEAGUE TAMPA BAY........................LATE BALTIMORE ..................................
Area Events • VOLLEYBALL Central Noble at Lakewood Park, 6 p.m. East Noble at West Noble, 6 p.m. Lakeland at Northridg e, 6 p.m. Fremon t at Fairf ield, 6 p.m. Westview at Elkhart Memorial, 6 p.m. BOYS SO C CE R Woodlan at Angola, 6 p.m. Columbia City at Central Noble, 5 p.m. DeKalb at F W Northrop, 5 p.m. East Noble at Garrett, 5 p.m. Lakewood Park at F W South , 4:3 0 p.m. Westview at Wawasee, 5 p.m. West Noble at Carroll, 5 p.m. G I R LS SO C CE R F W Wayne at Angola, 5 p.m. Central Noble at Herit age, 5 p.m. F W Northrop at DeKalb, 5 p.m. Huntington North at East Noble, 5 p.m. Lakewood Park at Blackhawk Christian, 5 p.m. CROS S C OU NTRY Lakeland, Eastside, Fremont at DeKalb Invit ational, 5:3 0 p.m. Prairie Heights at Snider Hokum Karem, 6 p.m. BOYS TE N N I S Goshen at West Noble, 4:4 5 p.m. Westview at Warsaw, 5 p.m. Lakeland at DeKalb, 4 :3 0 p.m. Central Noble at East Nobl e, 4:3 0 p.m. G I R LS GOLF F W South at Angola, 11 a.m. Homestead at East Noble, 4:3 0 p.m. F W Snider at Fremont, 4:3 0 p.m. West Noble at Wawasee, 4:3 0 p.m.
On The Air • BAS E BALL Little League World Series, E S P N 1 and 4 p.m., E S P N2 8 p.m. Minnesot a vs. Det roit, E S P N-F M 92.7, W B ET-AM 123 0, 6:4 5 p.m. W N BA BAS K ETBALL Los Angeles vs. Seattle, E S P N2, 1 0 p.m.
On This Day • Aug. 20, 1995 — Monica Seles completes a remarkable first week back in tournament tennis play, demolishing Amanda Coetzer 6-0, 6-1 to capture the Canadian Open. She wins in 74 games, setting a tournament record for fewest played by a champion. Aug. 20, 2000 — Tiger Woods wins the PGA Championship in a playoff over Bob May.
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Reds down Diamondbacks CINCINNATI (AP) — Ryan Ludwick drove in his first run of the season with a double, and the Cincinnati Reds kept up their August surge, beating the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-3 on Monday night for their seventh win in nine games. The Reds moved 17 games over .500, matching their season high and keeping the pressure on Pittsburgh and St. Louis in the NL Central race. It’s an important series for Arizona, which now trails Cincinnati by six games for the final NL wild card spot. The Diamondbacks have won five of their last seven games. Bronson Arroyo (12-9) won his third straight start, allowing three runs in six innings. Aaron Hill hit a solo homer, extending his hitting streak to 12 games. J.J. Hoover retired the side in the eighth, his 23rd straight scoreless appearance — the longest active streak in majors. Aroldis Chapman gave up a pair of singles in the ninth while getting his 31st save in 36 chances. It was the left-hander’s first appearance since he gave up a two-run homer to Jonathan Lucroy for a 7-6 loss in Milwaukee on Friday night. Ludwick got his long-awaited RBI during a three-run fourth inning against Randall Delgado (4-4), who had won his last three decisions. The left fielder tore cartilage in his right shoulder while sliding headfirst into third base on opening day.
Cincinnati Reds’ Jay Bruce hits an RBI single off Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Randall Delgado in the fourth inning during a baseball game on Monday in Cincinnati.
He returned a week ago and had a pair of singles in 14 at-bats on a road trip, showing a lot of rust from his long layoff while recovering from surgery. Manager Dusty Baker has dropped him from the cleanup spot to sixth in
the order while he gets his swing straightened out. The Reds could use a consistent right-handed run producer in their lefty-dominated lineup. Ludwick led the offense when Joey Votto missed most of the second half
of last season with a knee injury, leading the Reds to the NL Central title. The Diamondbacks were coming off a 16-inning, 4-2 win in Pittsburgh that left their bullpen worn down. They needed a solid start from Delgado, who came up short. Todd Frazier hit a solo homer. Brandon Phillips had a triple among his three hits off Delgado and scored a pair of runs. Zack Cozart drove in two with a sacrifice fly and a groundout, helping the Reds pull ahead 5-1 after five innings. The Diamondbacks loaded the bases in the sixth, and Martin Prado singled for a pair of runs that cut it to 5-3. Arroyo allowed seven hits but didn’t walk a batter for the third straight start. Notes: Diamondbacks C Miguel Montero, on the DL since Aug. 1 with a strained lower back, is scheduled to catch on Wednesday, take a day off, then catch Friday and Saturday. He’ll be evaluated then. … LH Matt Reynolds, on the DL since June 10 with a strained left elbow, is playing catch but hasn’t thrown off a mound. … Hill is 8-for-21 career against Arroyo with three homers. … Phillips is 8-for-16 during a four-game hitting streak. … The Diamondbacks will start LH Patrick Corbin, who hasn’t won on the road since June 2, in the second game of the series. LH Tony Cingrani makes his first career appearance against the Diamondbacks.
Knights fall in 2013 opener Cubs bash Nationals
BY JAMES FISHER email@example.com
KENDALLVILLE — Things started well enough for East Noble’s varsity volleyball team in Monday’s season-opener with Leo. The Knights came out on fire, topping the Lions 25-11 in Game 1. But East Noble would never lead after the opening set, as Leo came back to win the next three games to secure the win. The Lions won Game 2 by a 25-18 margin, scored a 25-14 win in Game 3, and wrapped things up with a 25-16 verdict in Game 4. “Our serving was the best in Game 1 and we minimized our errors,” explained East Noble coach Nicki Ramey. “We passed well and they really couldn’t set up any offense.” The Knights never trailed in the opening set. Jacey Cauhorn had two aces and Sydney Rodenbeck had another as East Noble jumped out 6-1 at the outset. East Noble would later put together a 7-0 run highlighted by another Rodenbeck ace and went on to record the 25-14 win. But Leo ruled from there. “We have a really young team and only two that had played on varsity,” said Leo coach Ashlee Robbins. “For us, after Game 1, we thought if we were going to lose, we were going to go down swinging. Never in a million years did I think we’d come back like we did.” Leo jumped to a nine-point
East Noble’s Kirsten Wolf (2) and Kourtney Edwards (10) go to the net for a block during Monday’s season-opener with Leo.
margin midway through Game 2 before winning 25-18. Game 3 was close early, with Leo up 7-6. But the Lions embarked on an 11-3 run and won 25-14. The Lions opened Game 4 with a 5-0 lead and ruled throughout in a 25-16 win. “There was a shift in the momentum, they took it in Game 2 and we could never regain it,” Ramey said.
Kourtney Edwards had nine kills and five blocks to lead the Knights. Maddie Cook contributed five kills and Kirsten Wolf had two blocks and two aces. Sydney Rodenbeck was 22-of-22 serving with 11 assists. Freshman Payton Hart had eight digs in her first varsity start for the Knights. East Noble returns to action tonight at West Noble.
CHICAGO (AP) — Nate Schierholtz homered twice and drove in a career-high six runs, powering Jeff Samardzija and the Chicago Cubs to an 11-1 victory over the Washington Nationals on Monday night. Schierholtz connected for a three-run shot in the first and a two-run drive in the seventh in his fourth career multihomer game. He also had an RBI double in the third in Chicago’s highest-scoring game since a 14-6 victory over Houston on June 23. Donnie Murphy added a pair of solo homers and Dioner Navarro had a three-run shot for the Cubs, who managed just 12 runs total in their previous eight home games. Junior Lake doubled twice and scored two runs. It was more than enough for Samardzija (7-11), who pitched a six-hitter for his second complete game of the season and No. 3 for his career. He struck out five and walked none in his first victory in a month. Wilson Ramos hit his eighth homer in the seventh, but that was it for Washington. Bryce Harper finished with two hits. Nationals right-hander Jordan Zimmermann (14-7) allowed a season-high eight runs in five innings in his first loss since July 26 against the New York Mets.
Seven inducted into AMS Hall of Fame FREMONT — Seven people were inducted into the Angola Motorsport Speedway Hall of Fame Saturday night: Dick Marckel (Margo), Gerry Rumsey, Jr. Curtis, Bill West, Dale Miller, John Gearhart and Angie Roy. Randy’s Trannys Plus was the presenting sponsor for Hall of Fame Night and the business’ owner Randy Palmerton was on hand to induct the newest members. The EverageAuto.com Super Late Models were first up with Justin Claucherty being the fast qualifier with a time of 14.565 seconds. Brent’s Automotive & Towing Fast Dash Winner was John Gearhart. Craig Everage and Jack Landis were the Glenbrook Hyundai heat race winners. Brent Jack made his way to the Tri-State Line-X Winners Circle for the feature win. The drivers from Stroh battled it out to the finish in the Shepherd’s Chevy, Buick, GMC
Late Model Sportsman feature with Rick Everidge prevailing over current points leader and fast qualifier Mike Kugler. Joe Ellert and Rick Everidge were the heat race winners. In the Superior Auto Modifieds, Darwin Wolfe won the feature and a heat race. Russ Miller also won a heat race. Brad Springer was the fast qualifier. Todd Gearhart was second, and current points leader Zach Henderson placed third. In the Randy’s Trannys Plus Street Stocks, Troy Moyer won the feature for the second week in a row. Terry King and Chad Minnix each won heat races. Points leader Cam Schoeck was fast qualifier. In the Smith Enterprises Mini-Stocks, Dan Foulk won the feature in hard-fought fashion and also won a heat race. Matt Morton also won a heat race. Allen Tink was the fast qualifier. It will be $20 Carload Night this coming Saturday at AMS as well as CJ Racing Night at the
Races featuring Halloween in August. Kids in costumes will parade on the track. A $100 cash award will go to the driver voted for wearing the best costume. Racing on the high banks will be Midwest Classic Cars, late model sportsman, modifieds, street stocks, and mini-stocks. For more information, go online to angolamotorsportspeedway.com.
Angola Motorsport Speedway Saturday’s results Everage Auto.com Super Late Models Fast Qualifier: Justin Claucherty, Clarklake, Mich., 14.565 seconds. Brent’s Automotive & Towing Fast Dash winner: John Gearhart, Angola. Glenbrook Hyundai Heat Race winner: Craig Everage, Angola; Jack Landis, Edgerton, Ohio. Feature: 1. Brent Jack, Butler; 2. Justin Claucherty, Clarklake, Mich.; 3. Craig Everage, Angola; 4. Jack Landis, Edgerton, Ohio; 5. Joe Ellert, Waterloo; 6. Andrew Smith, Fort Wayne; 7. John Gearhart, Angola; 8. Fred Elkins, Helmer; 9. Ken Taylor. Shepherd’s Chevy, Buick, GMC Late Model Sportsman Fast Qualifier: Mike Kugler, Stroh, 15.236 seconds Glenbrook Hyundai Heat Race winners: Joe Ellert, Waterloo; Rick Everidge, Stroh. Feature: 1. Rick Everidge, Stroh; 2. Mike Kugler, Stroh; 3. Brandon Barcus, Kendallville; 4. Joe Ellert,
Waterloo; 5. Kaleb Presley, Hamilton; 6. Ken Wilson, Angola; 7. Nic Weimer, Auburn; 8. Cassten Everidge, Stroh; 9. Henry Dowker, Onodaga, Mich.; 10. Kale Asztalos, Angola; 11.Larry Henderson, Hamilton. Superior Auto Modifieds Fast Qualifier: Brad Springer, Hudson, 15.124 seconds. Glenbrook Hyundai Heat Race winners: Darwin Wolfe, Rome City; Russ Miller, Fort Wayne. Feature: 1. Darwin Wolfe, Rome City; 2. Todd Gearhart, Angola; 3. Zach Henderson, Waterloo; 4. Mike Murphy, Pleasant Lake; 5. Brad Springer, Hudson; 6. Jacob Mann, Pioneer, Ohio; 7. Tom Wiedman, Antwerp, Ohio; 8. Scott Moyer, West Unity, Ohio; 9. Russ Miller, Fort Wayne; 10. David Winans, Tekonsha, Mich.; 11. Tony Van Allen, Garrett; 12. Steve Shlater Jr., Fort Wayne; 13. Logan Parker, Hudson; 14. Justin Oberlin, Corunna; 15. Robby Henderson, Angola. Randy’s Trannys Plus Street Stocks Fast Qualifier: Cam Schoeck, Kendallville, 16.3 seconds Glenbrook Hyundai Heat Race winners: Terry King, Waterloo; Chad Minnix, Garrett. Feature: 1. Troy Moyer, Edon, Ohio; 2. Chad Minnix, Garrett; 3. Tanner Tallarico, Charlotte, Mich.; 4. Terry King, Waterloo; 5. Cam Schoeck, Kendallville; 6. Ben DeLong, Garrett; 7. Jeff Snyder, Angola. Smith Enterprises Mini-Stocks Fast Qualifier: Allen Tink, Fremont, 17.692 seconds Glenbrook Hyundai Heat Race winners: Dan Foulk, Angola; Matt Morton, Angola. Feature: 1. Dan Foulk, Angola; 2. Clif Bennett, Pleasant Lake; 3. Kyle Moonen, Angola; 4. Chris Bennett, Angola; 5. Dennis Pierson, Garrett; 6. Tim Bertoia Jr, Angola; 7. Hunter Jack, Butler; 8. Lloyd Depew, Butler; 9. Dylan Huffman, Waterloo; 10. Matt Morton, Angola.
FOOTBALL PREVIEW •
TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2013
This is the 2013 East Noble High School football team. Coach Luke Amstutz’s Knights begin the season on Friday at Northrop.
EN deep in all the right places BY JUSTIN PENLAND firstname.lastname@example.org
KENDALLVILLE — As the saying goes, records are meant to be broken. However, what does a program do when a core group of players who helped create those new records graduates? The best teams reload while others make it a “rebuilding year.” Don’t expect East Noble to be the latter. In coach Luke Amstutz’s second year at the helm, the Knights have filled some of the vacancies following graduation with numbers. “The kids are really excited (about this season),” Amstutz said. “Offseason training has been pretty good. We had a couple injuries this summer that were kind of big, but we are getting through them.” Amstutz returns his quick-attack offense and 3-4 defense in 2013. However, each side of the ball will have a new twist to it. Offensively, the Knights will rely on a man they
nicknamed “Tebow” in Harold “Bryce” Wolfe. Wolfe saw action in eight of the team’s 10 games last season as a backup to Franklin College QB Nic Weimer. The 6-foot, 1-inch junior who dons No. 15 is a strong hybrid quarterback with more speed than his foregone counterpart. In 2012, Wolfe was third on the Knights in both rushing attempts (41) and yards (226). His five rushing touchdowns were second on the team. Through the air, Wolfe completed 53 percent (17-32) of his passes for 190 yards. The latter statistic is what gives the offense a new flavor, as Weimer — who broke the record for passing yards and touchdowns in a game — was more of a passer than a runner. This year’s backup, Mannie Ritchie, is a little more like Weimer than Wolfe, but still has speed. “(Wolfe and Ritchie) are both different from Nic. Having Manny and Bryce really adds some things to the
running game,” Amstutz said. Alongside Wolfe in the backfield is a three-headed running back tandem led by senior sprinter Brandon Mable. Mable’s 736 yards and nine touchdowns doubled that of second-best Kyle Mundon, even though he missed the Bellmont game. “(Mable’s) looking like Brandon,” Amstutz said. Walker Boyles, the workhorse of last season’s New Haven game, is going to add depth to the running back position, as well as senior Tyler Leazier. When Wolfe or Ritchie do air the ball out, the two will have a very reliable receiver in Grey Fox. Fox returns for his senior season after pulling down 75 balls for 1,117 yards and a team-best 13 touchdowns in 2012. In the hunt for the other receiver positions, including outside spots vacated by Eli Parks and Lake Clark, are Bret Sible and Matt Strowmatt. “Athletically, we are a little better (at receiver) this year. In terms of speed and
size, we upgraded a little bit,” Amstutz, said. Defensively, it’s hard to put up numbers like last year’s team in terms of turnovers. In total, the Knights forced 33 turnovers (18 fumbles, 15 interceptions) and took two back for touchdowns. Three of the top five tacklers from last season return, including the linebacker Boyles. Jake Peterson (41 tackles, three sacks and an interception in 2012) and Jacob Brown round out the returning linebackers in the 3-4 defense. A new face will be in the front seven with Mable bumping down to linebacker after a logjam in the defensive backfield. Last season, Mable led the team with four interceptions and also had a fumble recovery. “We have some newbies playing linebacker. But as they gain experience, we will be a team that will get better as the team wears on,” Amstutz said. The logjam in the defensive backfield is five
or six deep as all of last year’s players return with Landan Tackett (three fumble recoveries, 39 tackles and an interception in 2012) and Dylan Jordan (2 INTs) leading the way. There is youth in the trenches on the defensive line after the graduations of Tyler Prentice and Drake DeMuyt. Stepping in at defensive end will be junior Keaton Osborn (6-1, 235 pounds), who recorded 14 tackles last year, including four for a loss. Junior Sid Napier (6-1, 295) will be set inside this season. Jared Teders will handle the kicking duties. “We feel like we have some really good kids out. We have some strong, fast kids on the line. We might be a little better on defense than we were last year,” Amstutz said. Amstutz said there is no reason a championship is out of reach. But the Knights must first improve every day before thinking of goals only measured near the end of the season. East Noble hosts both
of its huge Northeast Hoosier Conference tilts with Homestead (Sept. 6) and Carroll (Sept. 20). One has to look back to 2006 to see a team not named East Noble or Homestead winning the championship. Carroll, meanwhile, has stormed back into contention after a stretch of sub-.500 seasons. The Chargers and Spartans have two more seasons in the NHC before they depart. “I went to Carroll and grew up with Homestead, Carroll and East Noble as three of the most prominent schools in NHC football. It has been a big part of my life,” Amstutz said. East Noble opens the season Friday in Fort Wayne against Northrop. The Knights’ first home game is the following week against Class 6A opponent Warsaw. “Our goal is to get better after each practice and each game. Hopefully the (play) in October and November will take hold… If we take care of (our work) every day, (late-season play) will take care of itself,” Amstutz said.
Tough, talented core leads Fremont BY KEN FILLMORE email@example.com
FREMONT — Fremont’s football team brings back a majority of its starters after winning four games last season. But managing to build depth and avoid injury within another roster low on numbers will be important if the Eagles are to build open the success of 2012. FHS (4-6, 3-5 Northeast Corner Conference, in 2012), which only has 35 players in the program, will fall back on big impact players and big hearts this season. The Eagles will be playing for assistant coach Mike Herndon, who suffered a stroke on June 13, then had an aneurysm not too long after. Fremont head coach Nick Maksimchuk said Herndon has come a long way in his recovery to the point where he is now rehabilitating at a Fort Wayne hospital, but still has a long way to go. Herndon has been an assistant coach with the Eagles since Maksimchuk took the head coaching job in 2008. “The older guys especially know Mike. He was big in starting our youth program,” Maksimchuk said. “We’re glad he’s doing good, and we’re praying
that he will continue to get better.” Fremont’s numbers in the program are in the middle 30s. It has a solid core, led by seniors Nate Beatty, Brad Owen and Brock Baker. But there are also plenty of inexperienced guys who will need to develop into contributing roles. “There’s a few kids we would still like to get out. But we are happy with who we have. We had no injuries in the scrimmage (Saturday with Bowman Academy at John Glenn),” Maksimchuk said. “We have a mix of experienced and inexperienced guys and we need to find a happy medium. We need to work on depth where our twos can step in at any moment and we can carry out the next man up philosophy.” Beatty is the go-to guy on offense, and will also play defensive back and do much of the kicking duties in his fourth year of varsity football. He aspires to play college football and really invested during the offseason by connecting with a training outlet in Fort Wayne to improve his skills. Beatty was a Class 1A All-State honorable mention at wide receiver and tight SEE EAGLES, PAGE B3
The Fremont football team for 2013: front row, from left, assistant cheerleading coach Krystal Davis, cheerleaders Kinzie Williams, JoLynn Bruney, Aimee Kowalski, Audra Lantz, Baylie Musson, Makenna Behnfeldt, Madison McNaughton and head cheerleading coach Jennifer LaRose. Second row, cheerleaders Jessica Thomas, Alexandra Friend, Riley Seidel, Elizabeth Jordan, Colene Short, Jennifer Baker, Alison Stimmel and Courtney Hershberger. Third row, cheerleader Peyton Carey, Nate Beatty, Logan Peel, Brad Owen, Brock Baker, Kaleb Hayes and cheerleader Kennedy McCrea. Fourth row, Dakota Mitchell, Adam Dossett, Zach Roebel, Ryan
Sichling, Hunter Leskowyak and Cole Applegate. Fifth row, Denver Simpson, Garrett Winans, Keegan Knotek, Austin Maggart, Hunter Kline, Jared Eichler and Brice Schueler. Sixth row, Austin Goeckerman, Zachary Merrick, Hunter Jordan, Andrew LaRose, Matt Yerington, Jake Pelham and Kyle Lowe. Seventh row, cheerlifter Justin Papenbrock, Jacob Baker, Brendan Kuhn, Zach Cazier, Nathan Claxton, Travis Etheridge and Sam Vermilyea. Back row, assistant coaches Travis Foster and Zach Mofield, head coach Nick Maksimchuk, Tony LaRose as the Eagle mascot, assistant coach Kagan Gentry and defensive coordinator Chris Snyder.
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National League Standings East Division Atlanta Washington New York Philadelphia Miami Central Division Pittsburgh St. Louis Cincinnati Chicago Milwaukee West Division
W 76 60 57 55 48
L 48 64 66 69 75
Pct GB .613 — .484 16 .463 18½ .444 21 .390 27½
W 72 71 71 54 54
L 51 52 54 70 70
Pct GB .585 — .577 1 .568 2 .435 18½ .435 18½
W L Pct GB Los Angeles 72 52 .581 — Arizona 64 59 .520 7½ Colorado 58 68 .460 15 San Diego 56 68 .452 16 San Francisco 55 68 .447 16½ Sunday’s Games Miami 6, San Francisco 5 Arizona 4, Pittsburgh 2, 16 innings Baltimore 7, Colorado 2 Philadelphia 3, L.A. Dodgers 2 Atlanta 2, Washington 1 Cincinnati 9, Milwaukee 1 St. Louis 6, Chicago Cubs 1 San Diego 4, N.Y. Mets 3 Monday’s Games N.Y. Mets 6, Minnesota 1 Philadelphia 5, Colorado 4 Cincinnati 5, Arizona 3 Miami 6, L.A. Dodgers 2 Chicago Cubs 11, Washington 1 St. Louis at Milwaukee, late Pittsburgh at San Diego, late Boston at San Francisco, late Tuesday’s Games Colorado (J.De La Rosa 12-6) at Philadelphia (Cloyd 2-2), 7:05 p.m. Arizona (Corbin 12-3) at Cincinnati (Cingrani 6-2), 7:10 p.m. Atlanta (Beachy 2-0) at N.Y. Mets (Z.Wheeler 5-2), 7:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Capuano 4-6) at Miami (Ja.Turner 3-4), 7:10 p.m. Washington (Haren 7-11) at Chicago Cubs (Rusin 2-2), 8:05 p.m. St. Louis (Lynn 13-6) at Milwaukee (Lohse 8-8), 8:10 p.m. Pittsburgh (A.J.Burnett 5-8) at San Diego (T.Ross 3-5), 10:10 p.m. Boston (Peavy 9-5) at San Francisco (Vogelsong 2-4), 10:15 p.m. Wednesday’s Games Atlanta at N.Y. Mets, 1:10 p.m. St. Louis at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. Boston at San Francisco, 3:45 p.m. Pittsburgh at San Diego, 6:40 p.m. Colorado at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. Arizona at Cincinnati, 7:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at Miami, 7:10 p.m. Washington at Chicago Cubs, 8:05 p.m.
American League Standings East Division Boston Tampa Bay Baltimore New York Toronto Central Division Detroit Cleveland Kansas City Minnesota Chicago West Division
W 73 71 67 64 57 W 73 66 64 54 49
L 53 52 57 59 67 L 51 58 59 69 74
Pct .579 .577 .540 .520 .460
GB — ½ 5 7½ 15
Pct GB .589 — .532 7 .520 8½ .439 18½ .398 23½
W L Pct GB Texas 71 53 .573 — Oakland 70 53 .569 ½ Seattle 57 66 .463 13½ Los Angeles 55 68 .447 15½ Houston 41 82 .333 29½ Sunday’s Games Detroit 6, Kansas City 3 Baltimore 7, Colorado 2 Tampa Bay 2, Toronto 1, 10 innings Chicago White Sox 5, Minnesota 2 Seattle 4, Texas 3 Houston 7, L.A. Angels 5 Oakland 7, Cleveland 3 N.Y. Yankees 9, Boston 6 Monday’s Games N.Y. Mets 6, Minnesota 1 Tampa Bay 4, Baltimore 3 Houston at Texas, late Cleveland at L.A. Angels, late Seattle at Oakland, late Boston at San Francisco, late Tuesday’s Games Toronto (Rogers 3-7) at N.Y. Yankees (Nova 6-4), 1:05 p.m., 1st game Tampa Bay (Cobb 7-2) at Baltimore (Mig.Gonzalez 8-5), 7:05 p.m. Toronto (Buehrle 9-7) at N.Y. Yankees (P.Hughes 4-12), 7:05 p.m., 2nd game Minnesota (Pelfrey 4-10) at Detroit (Porcello 9-6), 7:08 p.m. Houston (Cosart 1-0) at Texas (Blackley 1-1), 8:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Joh.Danks 2-10) at Kansas City (E.Santana 8-6), 8:10 p.m. Cleveland (Salazar 1-1) at L.A. Angels (C.Wilson 13-6), 10:05 p.m. Seattle (J.Saunders 10-12) at Oakland (Gray 1-1), 10:05 p.m. Boston (Peavy 9-5) at San Francisco (Vogelsong 2-4), 10:15 p.m. Wednesday’s Games Seattle at Oakland, 3:35 p.m. Boston at San Francisco, 3:45 p.m. Cleveland at L.A. Angels, 7:05 p.m. Tampa Bay at Baltimore, 7:05 p.m. Toronto at N.Y. Yankees, 7:05 p.m. Minnesota at Detroit, 7:08 p.m. Houston at Texas, 8:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox at Kansas City, 8:10 p.m.
Major League Summaries NATIONAL LEAGUE Cubs 11, Nationals 1 Nationals ab r hbi Cubs ab rhbi Span cf 4 0 1 0 Lake cf 4 22 0 Krol p 0 0 0 0 Barney 2b 2 2 1 0 Zmrmn 3b 3 0 1 0 DNavrr c 2 3 1 3 Abad p 0 0 0 0 Schrhlt rf 4 2 3 6 DeJss ph-cf 1 0 0 0 StCastr ss 4 0 0 0 Harper lf 4 0 2 0 DMrph 3b 4 2 2 2 Werth rf 4 0 0 0 DMcDn lf 4 0 0 0 AdLRc 1b 4 0 1 0 Ransm 1b 4 0 0 0 Dsmnd ss 3 0 0 0 Smrdzj p 4 0 0 0 Tracy 3b 0000 WRams c 3 1 1 1 Rndn 2b-ss 3 0 0 0 Zmrmn p 2000 Lmdz 3b-2b 1 0 0 0 Totals 32 1 6 1 Totals 3211911 Washington 000 000 100— 1 Chicago 301 130 21x—11 DP—Chicago 1. LOB—Washington 4, Chicago 1. 2B—Lake 2 (8), Schierholtz (26). HR—W.Ramos (8), D.Navarro (11), Schierholtz 2 (18), Do.Murphy 2 (6). S—Barney. Washington IP H R ERBBSO Zimmermnn L,14-7 5 7 8 8 2 5 Abad 2 1 2 2 1 0 Krol 1 1 1 1 0 2 Chicago IP H R ERBBSO Samardzija W,7-11 9 6 1 1 0 5
Umpires—Home, Laz Diaz; First, Bill Miller; Second, Mike Winters; Third, Tim Timmons. T—2:14. A—31,290 (41,019). Marlins 6, Dodgers 2 Dodgers ab r hbi Marlins ab rhbi Crwfrd lf 4 0 1 1 Yelich lf 4 1 1 1 Puig rf 5 0 0 0 DSolan 2b 3 1 2 1 AdGnzl 1b 3 0 1 0 Stanton rf 4 1 2 1 HRmrz ss 4 0 0 0 Morrsn 1b 4 1 2 1 Ethier cf 3 1 0 0 Lucas 3b 3 1 1 1 A.Ellis c 4 0 0 0 Hchvrr ss 4 0 1 1 Uribe 3b 4 1 3 1 Mrsnck cf 4 0 0 0 M.Ellis 2b 3 0 1 0 Mathis c 3 0 0 0 Ryu p 3 0 0 0 Frnndz p 2 1 1 0 Withrw p 0 0 0 0 ARams p 0 0 0 0 Howell p 0 0 0 0 Ruggin ph 1 0 0 0 Marml p 0 0 0 0 Qualls p 0 0 0 0 Schmkr ph 1 0 0 0 Cishek p 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 2 6 2 Totals 326106 Los Angeles 000 011 000—2 Miami 002 001 03x—6 E—Lucas (5). DP—Los Angeles 2. LOB—Los Angeles 9, Miami 4. 2B—C. Crawford (20), Uribe (16), Yelich (5), Morrison 2 (13). HR—Stanton (15). SB—Hechavarria (10). CS—D.Solano (1). Los Angeles IP H R ERBBSO Ryu L,12-4 71-3 6 3 3 2 5 Withrow 1-3 1 1 1 0 1 Howell 0 3 2 2 0 0 Marmol 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Miami IP H R ERBBSO Fernandez W,9-5 6 4 2 1 3 8 A.Ramos H,10 1 1 0 0 0 2 Qualls H,11 1 0 0 0 0 1 Cishek 1 1 0 0 0 0 Howell pitched to 3 batters in the 8th. HBP—by Fernandez (Ethier). WP— Howell. Umpires—Home, John Hirschbeck; First, Quinn Wolcott; Second, James Hoye; Third, Jim Reynolds. T—2:53. A—27,127 (37,442). Phillies 5, Rockies 4 Rockies ab r hbi Phillies ab rhbi Fowler cf 4 1 0 0 Rollins ss 4 0 0 0 CDckrs lf 4 1 1 0 Ruiz c 4 12 1 Tlwtzk ss 3 1 2 1 Utley 2b 4 1 1 0 Cuddyr rf 3 1 1 0 DBrwn lf 4 1 1 0 WRosr c 4 0 1 2 Ruf 1b 3 01 0 Helton 1b 4 0 1 1 Asche 3b 3 1 1 1 Arenad 3b 3 0 0 0 Mayrry cf 3 1 1 3 LeMahi 2b 4 0 1 0 C.Wells rf 3 0 0 0 Manshp p 1 0 0 0 EMartn p 2 0 0 0 RWhelr ph 1 0 0 0 DeFrts p 0 0 0 0 Francis p 0 0 0 0 Frndsn ph 1 0 0 0 Blckmn ph 1 0 0 0 LuGarc p 0 0 0 0 WLopez p 0 0 0 0 Diekmn p 0 0 0 0 Brothrs p 0 0 0 0 Papeln p 0 0 0 0 Culersn ph 1 0 0 0 Totals 33 4 7 4 Totals 31 5 7 5 Colorado 000 000 220—4 Philadelphia 000 410 00x—5 LOB—Colorado 6, Philadelphia 3. 2B— Helton (13), Ruiz (7). HR—Tulowitzki (21), Ruiz (3), Mayberry (9). SB— Cuddyer (9). CS—LeMahieu (5). Colorado IP H R ERBBSO Manship L,0-3 5 6 5 5 1 4 Francis 1 1 0 0 0 1 W.Lopez 1 0 0 0 0 0 Brothers 1 0 0 0 0 2 Philadelphia IP H R ERBBSO E.Martin W,2-2 61-3 4 2 2 2 6 De Fratus H,7 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 Lu.Garcia H,1 1-3 2 2 2 2 1 Diekman H,6 2-3 0 0 0 0 2 Papelbon S,21-27 1 1 0 0 0 1 Balk—Diekman. Umpires—Home, Jim Joyce; First, Jeff Nelson; Second, Jim Wolf; Third, Mike Estabrook. T—2:51. A—35,269 (43,651). Reds 5, Diamondbacks 3 D’Backs ab r hbi Reds ab rhbi GParra rf 4 1 1 0 Choo cf 3 0 1 0 Eaton cf 4 0 1 0 Frazier 3b 4 1 1 1 Gldsch 1b 4 1 2 0 Votto 1b 3 1 1 0 A.Hill 2b 3 1 1 1 Phillips 2b 4 2 3 0 Prado 3b 4 0 2 2 Bruce rf 3 1 1 1 Kubel lf 4 0 1 0 Ludwck lf 4 0 1 1 Nieves c 4 0 0 0 AChpm p 0 0 0 0 Gregrs ss 3 0 1 0 Cozart ss 3 0 0 2 Pnngtn ph 1 0 1 0 Hanign c 2 0 0 0 Delgad p 2 0 0 0 Arroyo p 2 0 0 0 Davdsn ph 1 0 0 0 Hannhn ph 1 0 0 0 Thtchr p 0 0 0 0 MParr p 0 0 0 0 WHarrs p 0 0 0 0 Hoover p 0 0 0 0 Pollock ph 1 0 0 0 Heisey lf 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 3103 Totals 29 5 8 5 Arizona 000 102 000—3 Cincinnati 010 310 00x—5 DP—Arizona 1, Cincinnati 2. LOB— Arizona 6, Cincinnati 5. 2B—Ludwick (1). 3B—Phillips (1). HR—A.Hill (9), Frazier (13). CS—Choo (9). SF—Cozart. Arizona IP H R ERBBSO Delgado L,4-4 6 7 5 5 3 6 Thatcher 11-3 1 0 0 1 2 W.Harris 2-3 0 0 0 0 2 Cincinnati IP H R ERBBSO Arroyo W,12-9 6 7 3 3 0 6 M.Parra H,12 1 1 0 0 0 0 Hoover H,10 1 0 0 0 0 2 AChapmn S,31-36 1 2 0 0 0 0 HBP—by Arroyo (A.Hill). WP—Delgado. PB—Hanigan. Umpires—Home, Gary Darling; First, Jerry Meals; Second, Chris Conroy; Third, Will Little. T—2:47. A—20,349 (42,319). INTERLEAGUE Mets 6, Twins 1 Mets ab r hbi Twins ab rhbi EYong lf 5 1 2 1 Dozier 2b 4 0 1 0 DnMrp 2b 5 0 2 1 Mauer c 4 0 2 0 Byrd rf 5 2 2 1 Wlngh lf 4 0 0 0 I.Davis 1b 4 0 0 0 Mornea 1b 3 0 1 0 ABrwn dh 4 0 2 1 Doumit dh 4 0 0 0 Flores 3b 4 1 2 1 Arcia rf 4 00 0 TdArnd c 3 0 0 0 Plouffe 3b 4 1 2 0 Lagars cf 4 2 2 0 Thoms cf 4 0 1 0 Quntnll ss 4 0 2 1 Flormn ss 3 0 0 0 Totals 38 6146 Totals 34 1 7 0 New York 110 200 101—6 Minnesota 000 000 100—1 E—Dan.Murphy (16). DP—New York 1, Minnesota 2. LOB—New York 8, Minnesota 7. 2B—Flores (3), Mauer (35), Morneau (30), Plouffe (14). HR— Byrd (20). New York IP H R ERBBSO Gee W,9-8 72-3 6 1 0 1 9 Rice 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Atchison 1 1 0 0 0 0 Minnesota IP H R ERBBSO Gibson L,2-4 32-3 10 4 4 2 2 Swarzak 3 3 1 1 1 5 Duensing 11-3 0 0 0 0 3 Burton 1 1 1 1 0 1 Umpires—Home, Chris Guccione; First, Ron Kulpa; Second, Tom Hallion; Third, Phil Cuzzi. T—2:53. A—30,913 (39,021).
Major League Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING—CJohnson, Atlanta, .335; YMolina, St. Louis, .328; Cuddyer, Colorado, .323; Votto, Cincinnati, .316; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, .315; MCarpenter, St. Louis, .312; Segura, Milwaukee, .310; Craig, St. Louis, .310. RUNS—MCarpenter, St. Louis, 91; Votto, Cincinnati, 84; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 81; Choo, Cincinnati, 80; SMarte, Pittsburgh, 79; JUpton,
Atlanta, 79; Holliday, St. Louis, 78. RBI—Goldschmidt, Arizona, 96; Phillips, Cincinnati, 92; Craig, St. Louis, 88; FFreeman, Atlanta, 82; PAlvarez, Pittsburgh, 81; Bruce, Cincinnati, 81; DBrown, Philadelphia, 78. HITS—MCarpenter, St. Louis, 149; Segura, Milwaukee, 149; Votto, Cincinnati, 144; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 143; Craig, St. Louis, 141; DanMurphy, New York, 139; Pence, San Francisco, 137. DOUBLES—MCarpenter, St. Louis, 41; Bruce, Cincinnati, 33; Desmond, Washington, 33; YMolina, St. Louis, 33; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 32; Rizzo, Chicago, 32; Pence, San Francisco, 31. TRIPLES—SMarte, Pittsburgh, 10; CGomez, Milwaukee, 9; Segura, Milwaukee, 9; Span, Washington, 7; CGonzalez, Colorado, 6; Hechavarria, Miami, 6; Venable, San Diego, 6; DWright, New York, 6. HOME RUNS—PAlvarez, Pittsburgh, 30; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 30; DBrown, Philadelphia, 27; CGonzalez, Colorado, 26; Bruce, Cincinnati, 24; JUpton, Atlanta, 23; Tulowitzki, Colorado, 21; Uggla, Atlanta, 21. STOLEN BASES—ECabrera, San Diego, 37; Segura, Milwaukee, 36; SMarte, Pittsburgh, 35; CGomez, Milwaukee, 30; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 26; EYoung, New York, 26; Revere, Philadelphia, 22. PITCHING—Wainwright, St. Louis, 14-7; Zimmermann, Washington, 14-7; Liriano, Pittsburgh, 13-5; Lynn, St. Louis, 13-6; 7 tied at 12. ERA—Kershaw, Los Angeles, 1.80; Harvey, New York, 2.25; Fernandez, Miami, 2.41; Corbin, Arizona, 2.48; Wainwright, St. Louis, 2.66; Bumgarner, San Francisco, 2.87; Locke, Pittsburgh, 2.90. STRIKEOUTS—Harvey, New York, 187; Kershaw, Los Angeles, 182; Wainwright, St. Louis, 173; Samardzija, Chicago, 168; HBailey, Cincinnati, 161; Latos, Cincinnati, 160; Fernandez, Miami, 157; Bumgarner, San Francisco, 157. SAVES—Kimbrel, Atlanta, 39; Mujica, St. Louis, 31; AChapman, Cincinnati, 31; RSoriano, Washington, 31; Grilli, Pittsburgh, 30; Romo, San Francisco, 30; Cishek, Miami, 27. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING—MiCabrera, Detroit, .360; Trout, Los Angeles, .333; DOrtiz, Boston, .327; ABeltre, Texas, .326; Mauer, Minnesota, .324; Loney, Tampa Bay, .310; TorHunter, Detroit, .306; CDavis, Baltimore, .306. RUNS—MiCabrera, Detroit, 89; CDavis, Baltimore, 89; Trout, Los Angeles, 88; AJones, Baltimore, 85; Bautista, Toronto, 82; Encarnacion, Toronto, 76; AJackson, Detroit, 75. RBI—MiCabrera, Detroit, 120; CDavis, Baltimore, 115; Encarnacion, Toronto, 92; AJones, Baltimore, 89; Fielder, Detroit, 85; Trumbo, Los Angeles, 81; DOrtiz, Boston, 78; Trout, Los Angeles, 78. HITS—MiCabrera, Detroit, 160; ABeltre, Texas, 158; Machado, Baltimore, 157; Trout, Los Angeles, 156; AJones, Baltimore, 153; Ellsbury, Boston, 148; Pedroia, Boston, 145; AlRamirez, Chicago, 145. DOUBLES—Machado, Baltimore, 43; CDavis, Baltimore, 35; Mauer, Minnesota, 35; Trout, Los Angeles, 34; Saltalamacchia, Boston, 33; Lowrie, Oakland, 32; AlRamirez, Chicago, 32. TRIPLES—Ellsbury, Boston, 8; Trout, Los Angeles, 8; Gardner, New York, 7; Drew, Boston, 6; AGordon, Kansas City, 5; DeJennings, Tampa Bay, 5; LMartin, Texas, 5; BMiller, Seattle, 5. HOME RUNS—CDavis, Baltimore, 45; MiCabrera, Detroit, 40; Encarnacion, Toronto, 31; Bautista, Toronto, 28; ADunn, Chicago, 28; Trumbo, Los Angeles, 28; NCruz, Texas, 27. STOLEN BASES—Ellsbury, Boston, 44; RDavis, Toronto, 36; Andrus, Texas, 31; Altuve, Houston, 30; McLouth, Baltimore, 28; Rios, Texas, 28; Trout, Los Angeles, 28. PITCHING—Scherzer, Detroit, 18-1; MMoore, Tampa Bay, 14-3; Tillman, Baltimore, 14-3; Colon, Oakland, 14-5; CWilson, Los Angeles, 13-6; Masterson, Cleveland, 13-9; Darvish, Texas, 12-5; FHernandez, Seattle, 12-6; Verlander, Detroit, 12-9; Guthrie, Kansas City, 12-9. ERA—Kuroda, New York, 2.41; FHernandez, Seattle, 2.47; AniSanchez, Detroit, 2.50; Darvish, Texas, 2.68; Sale, Chicago, 2.78; Scherzer, Detroit, 2.82; Iwakuma, Seattle, 2.95; DHolland, Texas, 2.95. STRIKEOUTS—Darvish, Texas, 214; Scherzer, Detroit, 185; FHernandez, Seattle, 182; Sale, Chicago, 175; Masterson, Cleveland, 175; Verlander, Detroit, 160; DHolland, Texas, 157. SAVES—JiJohnson, Baltimore, 39; MRivera, New York, 36; Nathan, Texas, 36; GHolland, Kansas City, 34; GHolland, Kansas City, 34; AReed, Chicago, 31; Balfour, Oakland, 31.
Midwest League Standings Eastern Division W L Pct. GB Bowl.Green (TB) 34 23 .596 — x-So. Bend (Ariz) 33 24 .579 1 Grt. Lakes (LAD) 32 24 .571 1½ Dayton (Reds) 31 26 .544 3 Lake Cty. (Cle) 29 27 .518 4½ West Mich. (Det) 26 28 .481 6½ Lansing (Tor) 23 34 .404 11 Fort Wayne (SD) 21 35 .375 12½ Western Division W L Pct. GB CedRapids (Min) 38 18 .679 — Qd. Cities (Hou) 31 23 .574 6 Clinton (Sea) 29 27 .518 9 Peoria (StL) 27 29 .482 11 x-Beloit (Oak) 25 31 .446 13 Wisconsin (Milw)25 31 .446 13 Burlington (LAA) 23 32 .418 14½ Kane Cty. (Cubs)20 35 .364 17½ x-clinched first half Monday’s Games West Michigan 6, Dayton 1 Lake County 9, Lansing 3 Bowling Green 7, South Bend 2 Great Lakes 12, Fort Wayne 5 Cedar Rapids 2, Peoria 1 Clinton 9, Kane County 2 Beloit 8, Wisconsin 5 Burlington at Quad Cities, late Tuesday’s Games West Michigan at Dayton, 7 p.m. Bowling Green at South Bend, 7:05 p.m. Fort Wayne at Great Lakes, 7:05 p.m. Lake County at Lansing, 7:05 p.m. Cedar Rapids at Peoria, 7:30 p.m. Clinton at Kane County, 7:30 p.m. Burlington at Quad Cities, 8 p.m. Wisconsin at Beloit, 8 p.m. Wednesday’s Games Dayton at Lake County, 7 p.m. Lansing at Great Lakes, 7:05 p.m. South Bend at Fort Wayne, 7:05 p.m.
Burlington at Peoria, 7:30 p.m. Wisconsin at Clinton, 7:30 p.m. Beloit at Kane County, 7:30 p.m. Cedar Rapids at Quad Cities, 8 p.m. West Michigan at Bowling Green, 8:05 p.m.
Little League World Series At South Williamsport, Pa. Double Elimination Friday, Aug. 16 Taoyuan, Taiwan 10, Ottawa, Ontario 2 Chula Vista, Calif. 3, Grosse Pointe, Mich. 0 Tokyo 7, Brno, Czech Republic 3 Newark, Del. 6, Urbandale, Iowa 3 Saturday, Aug. 17 San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico 4, Perth, Australia 0, Perth eliminated Nashville, Tenn. 10, Corpus Christi, Texas 2, Corpus Christi eliminated Ottawa, Ontario 4, Brno, Czech Republic 3, Brno eliminated Urbandale, Iowa 6, Grosse Pointe, Mich. 5, Grosse Pointe eliminated Sunday, Aug. 18 Tijuana, Mexico 13, Aguadulce, Panama 0, 4 innings Westport, Conn. 9, Sammamish, Wash. 7 Chula Vista, Calif. 15, Newark, Del. 3, 4 innings Tokyo 3, Taoyuan, Taiwan 2 Monday, Aug. 19 Corpus Christi, Texas 5, Perth, Australia 2 Taoyuan, Taiwan 6, San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico, 4, San Lorenzo eliminated Nashville, Tenn. 10, Newark, Del. 0, 4 innings, Newark eliminated Aguadulce, Panama 12, Ottawa, Ontario 0, 4 innings, Ottawa eliminated Sammamish, Wash. 6, Urbandale, Iowa, 5, Urbandale eliminated Tuesday, Aug. 20 Consolation — Brno, Czech Republic vs. Grosse Pointe, Mich., 1 p.m. Game 21 — Taoyuan, Taiwan vs. Aguadulce, Panama, 4 p.m. Game 22 — Nashville, Tenn., vs. Sammamish, Wash., 8 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 21 Game 23 — Tijuana, Mexico vs. Tokyo, 4 p.m. Game 24 — Westport, Conn. vs. Chula Vista, Calif., 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22 Game 25 — Game 21 winner vs. Game 23 loser, 4 p.m. Game 26 — Game 22 winner vs. Game 24 loser, 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23 Rain day, no games scheduled. Saturday, Aug. 24 International championship, 12:30 p.m. U.S. championship, 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 25 At Lamade Stadium Third Place International runner-up vs. U.S. runnerup, 11 a.m. World Championship International champion vs. U.S. champion, 3 p.m.
WNBA Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE W L Pct GB Chicago 17 8 .680 — Atlanta 13 9 .591 2½ Washington 12 14 .462 5½ Indiana 11 14 .440 6 New York 10 15 .400 7 Connecticut 7 17 .292 9½ WESTERN CONFERENCE W L Pct GB Minnesota 18 6 .750 — Los Angeles 18 7 .720 ½ Phoenix 13 12 .520 5½ Seattle 11 13 .458 7 San Antonio 9 15 .375 9 Tulsa 8 17 .320 10½ Sunday’s Games Atlanta 76, Washington 58 Chicago 89, Connecticut 78 Minnesota 88, New York 57 Monday’s Games No games scheduled Tuesday’s Games Minnesota at Atlanta, 7 p.m. Chicago at Washington, 7 p.m. Phoenix at Tulsa, 8 p.m. Los Angeles at Seattle, 10 p.m. Wednesday’s Games San Antonio at Indiana, 7 p.m.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Leaders Through Aug. 18 Points 1, Jimmie Johnson, 813. 2, Clint Bowyer, 772. 3, Carl Edwards, 762. 4, Kevin Harvick, 749. 5, Kyle Busch, 706. 6, Matt Kenseth, 688. 7, Dale Earnhardt Jr., 679. 8, Brad Keselowski, 667. 9, Kurt Busch, 665. 10, Greg Biffle, 663. 11, Kasey Kahne, 659. 12, Martin Truex Jr., 653. 13, Joey Logano, 646. 14, Jeff Gordon, 637. 15, Ryan Newman, 636. 16, Jamie McMurray, 622. 17, Paul Menard, 599. 18, Tony Stewart, 594. 19, Aric Almirola, 587. 20, Jeff Burton, 561. Money 1, Jimmie Johnson, $6,565,912. 2, Kyle Busch, $4,645,191. 3, Matt Kenseth, $4,391,363. 4, Brad Keselowski, $4,332,302. 5, Kevin Harvick, $4,314,525. 6, Carl Edwards, $3,994,764. 7, Dale Earnhardt Jr., $3,940,478. 8, Jeff Gordon, $3,856,606. 9, Ryan Newman, $3,828,277. 10, Joey Logano, $3,753,703. 11, Clint Bowyer, $3,746,412. 12, Martin Truex Jr., $3,716,934. 13, Tony Stewart, $3,710,624. 14, Kasey Kahne, $3,648,028. 15, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., $3,561,956. 16, Greg Biffle, $3,394,519. 17, Kurt Busch, $3,387,273. 18, Aric Almirola, $3,380,898. 19, Jamie McMurray, $3,243,828. 20, Juan Pablo Montoya, $3,228,556.
Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Sent 3B Wilson Betemit to Frederick (Carolina) for a rehab assignment. Recalled DH Danny Valencia from Norfolk (IL). BOSTON RED SOX—Activated C David Ross from the 60-day DL. Optioned C Ryan Lavarnway, RHP Rubby De La Rosa and INF Brock Holt to Pawtucket (IL). Transferred RHP Andrew Bailey and RHP Clay Buchholz to the 60-day DL. Selected the contract of SS Xander Bogaerts from Pawtucket. Recalled RHP Brayan Villarreal from Pawtucket. HOUSTON ASTROS—Acquired 1B Japhet Amador and OF Leonardo Heras from Diablos Rojos del Mexico (Mexican) for cash considerations. Called up LHP Wade LeBlanc from Oklahoma City (PCL). Optioned OF Marc Krauss to Oklahoma City.
MINNESOTA TWINS—Optioned RHP Kyle Gibson to Rochester (IL). TAMPA BAY RAYS—Activated OF Desmond Jennings from the 15-day DL. Optioned RHP Brandon Gomes to Durham (IL). TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Reinstated SS Munenori Kawasaki from the paternity list. Optioned RHP Thad Weber to Buffalo (IL). National League CHICAGO CUBS—Activated OF Brian Bogusevic from the 15-day DL. LOS ANGELES DODGERS— Reinstated RHP Brian Wilson from the 15-day DL. Optioned OF-1B Scott Van Slyke to Albuquerque (PCL). MIAMI MARLINS—Placed 3B Placido Polanco on the seven-day DL. Selected the contract of INF Gil Velazquez from New Orleans (PCL). Transferred OF Marcell Ozuna to the 60-day DL. PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Sent RHP James McDonald to the GCL Pirates for a rehab assignment. Recalled RHP Ryan Reid from Indianapolis (IL). Optioned LHP Kris Johnson to Indianapolis. SAN DIEGO PADRES—Recalled RHP Brad Boxberger from Tucson (PCL). Designated RHP Sean O’Sullivan for assignment. WASHINGTON NATIONALS— Acquired OF David DeJesus from the Chicago Cubs for a player to be named. Released OF Roger Bernardina. Eastern League TRENTON THUNDER—Announced RHP Bryan Mitchell and RHP Manny Barreda were assigned to the team from Tampa (FSL) and INF Saxon Butler was assigned to Tampa. American Association EL PASO DIABLOS—Signed RHP Charlie Hejny. GRAND PRAIRIE AIR HOGS—Signed RHP Curtis Camilli. ST. PAUL SAINTS—Released C Adam Seaman. WICHITA WINGNUTS—Signed LHP James Giulietti. Can-Am League ROCKLAND BOULDERS—Released RHP Nathaniel Roe. Frontier League EVANSVILLE OTTERS—Released 1B James Maxwell. FLORENCE FREEDOM—Acquired RHP Jordan Conley from Southern Maryland (Atlantic) for future considerations. Signed RHP Patrick Robinson and C Brian Sheehan. Released RHP Dan Jensen and C Wes Meadows. FRONTIER GREYS—Traded OF Justin Vasquez to Schaumburg for OF Bubba Dotson and LHP Devon Pearson. Released LHP Alfonso Cardenas. Signed OF Mike Bolling. JOLIET SLAMMERS—Signed RHP Anthony Figliola. Released RHP Jonathan Gonzalez and RHP Ian Haley. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS MINERS— Acquired RHP Nelson Curry from Rio Grande Valley (United) for a player to be named. WASHINGTON WILD THINGS— Traded RHP Shawn Sanford to Schaumburg Boomers for a player to be named. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CHARLOTTE BOBCATS—Signed F Anthony Tolliver. FOOTBALL National Football League ARIZONA CARDINALS—Released P Will Batson, C Kyle Quinn and G-C Scott Wedige. BALTIMORE RAVENS—Released CB Chris Johnson. BUFFALO BILLS—Released PK Rian Lindell. CLEVELAND BROWNS—Acquired G-C John Moffitt from Seattle for DL Brian Sanford. DALLAS COWBOYS—Waived/injured LB Alex Albright, DT Travis Chappelear and DE Toby Jackson. DETROIT LIONS—Waived LB Cory Greenwood. HOUSTON TEXANS—Activated WR DeVier Posey from the active/PUP list. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS—Placed RB Dan Moore on the waived-injured list. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS—Released WR Mohamed Massaquoi and G-C Jason Spitz. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS—Traded WR Jon Baldwin to San Francisco for WR A.J. Jenkins. MINNESOTA VIKINGS—Released CB Jacob Lacey. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS— Reached an injury settlement with TE Brandon Ford. Released LB A.J. Edds, OL R.J. Mattes and DL Scott Vallone. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS—Terminated the contracts of QB Seneca Wallace, WR Steve Breaston and WR Patrick Crayton. Placed DE Kenyon Coleman on injured reserve. Waived DB A.J. Davis, WR Jarred Fayson, G Ricky Henry, LB Chase Thomas and DB Dion Turner. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Placed WR Danario Alexander on the waived-injured list. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS—Traded G John Moffitt to Cleveland for DL Brian Sanford. Released K Carson Wiggs. Signed DT Dewayne Cherrington. TENNESSEE TITANS—Activated TE Delanie Walker from the PUP list. Canadian Football League EDMONTON ESKIMOS—Signed K-P Hugh O’Neill. Women’s Indoor Football League WIFL—Signed coach Rick Reeder to a three-year contract. HOCKEY National Hockey League MINNESOTA WILD—Named Frank Buonomo senior director, team operation and business integration. Promoted Aaron Sickman to director of media relations and Ryan Stanzel to manager of digital content. MONTREAL CANADIENS—Signed G Dustin Tokarski to a one-year, two-way contract. ECHL IDAHO STEELHEADS—Agreed to terms with F Taylor Vause. COLLEGE EASTERN COLLEGE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE—Named Greg Dumais field director of hockey operations for Division III ice hockey. HAMPDEN-SYDNEY—Named Nick Goins linebackers coach and special teams coordinator. NORTHLAND—Named Ernie May baseball coach. RANDOLPH-MACON—Named Joe Meehan men’s assistant basketball coach. WAKE FOREST—Dismissed S Duran Lowe from the football team, for violating an undisclosed university policy.
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end last year after catching 31 passes for 545 yards and rushing for 760 yards on 159 carries. He had 19 total touchdowns, including 13 on the ground. He also made 53 tackles, broke up seven passes and intercepted three more passes on defense. Linebackers Owen and Baker are the heart of the Eagle defense. Owen had 83 tackles last year, including 42 solos and six for loss, with two fumble recoveries. Baker had 76 tackles, including 39 assists and five for loss, and two fumble recoveries. Owen and Baker will also line up in the backfield on offense. Owen has moved from the offensive line to fullback. Maksimchuk said Owen, Baker and junior defensive end Austin Maggart play bigger than
they are. “When they hit you, you’ll know it,” Maksimchuk said. “Brad is our strongest guy. He was our most dedicated player this summer. In the backfield, he will block real well for us.” Most of the linemen up front return on both sides of the ball with Maggart, seniors Logan Peel (50 tackles and five fumble recoveries in 2012) and Adam Dossett. and junior Cole Applegate back. Youngsters Austin Roebel and Brendan Kuhn will help give FHS depth up front. Senior left-hander Kaleb Hayes will replace the graduated Chandler McDowell as the starting quarterback. McDowell started the past two seasons and will try playing quarterback at NCAA Division III Franklin College.
“Kaleb had a great summer throwing the ball. He has shown more finesse,” Maksimchuk said. “When he played on the J.V. (junior varsity), he made great decisions. “He’s overcome some adversity. He hurt his shoulder playing defense last year. We’re happy with where he has come along.” Sophomores Andrew LaRose (four receptions, 96 yards and one touchdown in 2012) and Hunter Leskowyak (two catches, 50 yards and two TDs last year) will factor in the receiving corps for Fremont. Maksimchuk wants to utilize the speed of senior Zach Roebel in the backfield. Roebel was a state qualifier in the 200-meter run this past spring. Four of Fremont’s first five
games are at home in the Max Mitchell Memorial Sports Complex. The first three games will once again be an early gauntlet the Eagles need to run through against what has been the top three teams in the NECC over the past decade: home against defending champion Churubusco on Friday, at Lakeland next Friday and at home against Fairfield on Sept. 6. “We look at that first game as an opportunity,” Maksimchuk said. “We have to realize the physicality of the game. If we do that, we’ll have a great year.” Keep up with the Eagles on their team website fremonteaglesfootball.com and on Twitter at fremontfb. Their games will be televised live online on the 101 Lakes Network’s Ustream channel.
SPORTS BRIEFS • Von Miller might be suspended ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Von Miller lined up at his usual position Monday and flashed the freakish athletic moves that might soon be missing from the Denver Broncos’ ramshackle defense. The All-Pro linebacker brushed past reporters after another stellar practice, choosing not to stop and talk about the latest report that he could be facing an even longer suspension that originally thought. ESPN reported that Miller might have to sit out at least six games for violating the league’s drug abuse policy. Previously, it was believed Miller was facing a monthlong suspension to start the 2013 season. Miller had repeatedly expressed confidence he was going to successfully win an appeal of any pending penalty, insisting he had “done nothing wrong.” Now, Miller is unlikely to go forward with such an appeal, which was expected to be heard Tuesday, ESPN reported. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told The Associated Press, “We have nothing to report” on the matter, and Miller’s agent, Joby Branion, didn’t return a phone call from the AP. Without definitive word from the league that a suspension was forthcoming, the Broncos once again had Miller line up with the rest of the No. 1 defense at practice. “Well, there’s really no ‘latest,’” coach John Fox said afterward. “We are aware of reports and sometimes it’s erroneous because I think we’d probably find out before other people. … There is no suspension and at which time there is, we’ll report that. But anything else right now is really just talking heads.”
Stewart to miss rest of season BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Three-time Cup champion Tony Stewart will miss the rest of the season because of broken right leg. He will be replaced in the Stewart-Haas No. 14 Chevrolet by Austin Dillon and Mark Martin. Stewart is expected to return in time for preseason testing in January 2014. Martin was granted his release Monday from Michael Waltrip Racing to join SHS. He will drive the No. 14 this weekend at Bristol and in 11 other races. Dillon will race Oct. 20 at Talladega. Dillon filled in for Stewart on Sunday at Michigan and finished 14th. Stewart broke his right leg in a sprint car crash Aug. 5 at Southern Iowa Speedway. “Obviously, I’m disappointed to be out,” Stewart said in a statement. “But the team is in very good hands with Mark Martin and Austin Dillon. Mark is someone I’ve looked up to my entire career and I have a tremendous amount of respect for him. Austin is a great young talent, and he showed that Sunday at Michigan.” Greg Zipadelli, competition director at Stewart-Haas Racing, said Stewart needed to focus on his health and be ready to return next season. Brian Vickers will now drive the No. 55 Toyota for MWR in 12 of the final 13 races. He was originally scheduled to drive just three more times. Michael Waltrip will race the No. 55 at Talladega as previously scheduled.
Angels’ Pujols done for 2013 ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Albert Pujols will miss the rest of the season to rest his injured left foot, the Los Angeles Angels announced Monday. The $240 million slugger has given up his hope to play again this season when the Angels’ medical staff and front office advised him to give several months of rest to his partially torn plantar fascia before spring training. While sitting out the past three weeks, Pujols repeatedly said he hoped to return for the final two weeks of the Angels’ dismal season if possible. He eventually had to acknowledge the plan made sense only as a salve to his pride. “It’s not an easy decision, as competitive as I am,” Pujols said at his locker before the Angels opened a series against Cleveland. “But I also understand that we (need) to look beyond the season.” Pujols hasn’t played since July 26, when he partially tore his troublesome plantar fascia in Oakland. Pujols had been rehabilitating the injury with hopes of playing in September, but the struggling Angels’ inability to get into playoff contention made that plan increasingly unwise. Pujols consulted with owner Arte Moreno and general manager Jerry Dipoto before agreeing to shut himself down for the year.
NCAA rules ex-Marine eligible MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (AP) — The NCAA has ruled that a Middle Tennessee football player who spent five years in the Marines will be allowed to compete this fall and that he will have four years of eligibility remaining. It’s a reversal from the NCAA’s earlier decision to rule Steven Rhodes was ineligible because he played in a recreational league during his military service. School officials had said earlier Monday that they were working with NCAA officials to come up with a solution. “This is exciting news for Steven and Middle Tennessee State University,” school President Sidney McPhee said in a statement. “We express our gratitude to the NCAA for reviewing this situation and granting Steven the ability to play this fall. We are hopeful that the NCAA will look at the bylaws regarding all individuals who serve in the military before becoming a student-athlete.”
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Energy-saving project could save you money Indiana’s major utility companies are charging us money to save us money, we learned from a news item this week. However, they didn’t spend all the money, so they have to give some of it back. The money went to a new project known as Energizing Indiana. The need for a refund raises questions about the wisdom of the whole We’re not entirely idea. convinced that it But since Energizing makes sense to charge Indiana is consumers extra for a likely to program that achieves continue, local residents minuscule energy and savings. businesses should consider taking advantage of it. The news report focuses on Energizing Indiana’s results in 2012, its first year of operation. Six of the state’s largest electricity and natural gas companies take part in Energizing Indiana, including Indiana Michigan Power and Northern Indiana Public Service Co. Last year, they planned to spend $74 million on Energizing Indiana. However, they spent only $42 million, so they are required to make refunds of $32 million. The project reports saving 416 million kilowatt-hours of electricity. That sounds impressive until you realize that Indiana uses an estimated 30 billion kilowatt-hours per year. Doing the math, that computes to a savings of less than one-tenth of 1 percent. The results seem disappointing for a $42 million investment. But for Hoosier homeowners and businesses, Energizing Indiana could be worth a visit to its website, energizing indiana.com. Anyone who is a customer of the six utilities can qualify for a “residential home energy assessment.” An energy adviser will make a home visit to check the efficiency of heating and cooling equipment, insulation, light bulbs and plumbing fixtures. Lower-income households may qualify for free services from Energizing Indiana — such as free high-efficiency light bulbs, insulation for water pipes and low-flow shower heads. Energy auditors also will make free visits to schools for assessments and to install free, energy-saving devices. Each school can get vending-machine timers, light bulbs and devices that shut off lights in empty rooms. Businesses can qualify for rebates on improvements that save energy. Finally, the site helps consumers find stores that give discounts on efficient light bulbs‚ including retailers in Albion, Angola and Kendallville. We’re not entirely convinced that it makes sense to charge consumers extra for a program that achieves minuscule energy savings. But as long as Energizing Indiana exists, it would be wise for Hoosiers to make the most of its services. For your individual home or business, Energizing Indiana could make a significant payback.
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Levin leads us to a little noticed gem. Article V of the United States Constitution: “The Congress … on the application of the Le gislatures To the editor: of two-thirds of the several The 20th and 21st centuries States shall call a convention have not been good for for proposing Amendments, Americans who long for the which … when ratified by founders’ vision of a limited Legislatures of three-fourths federal government with checks of the States” would amend and balances between its three the Constitution. There it is. branches. Those thoughtful Congress must, not may but leaders of the 18th century must, respond to a call of understood that power truly does two-thirds of the states whose corrupt and that once corrupted, legislatures say it is time to it is incapable of self-imposed convene and consider the state cleansing. Who among us of federal governance. believes that Washington can fix Many within his audience Washington? will recoil at the very idea Author Mark Levin does, of a convention for fear that sort of. In “The Liberty James Madison’s handiwork Amendments” (Threshold would be scrapped for a new Edition, Simon and Schuster, constitution. More to the point 2013), the ever-passionate they fear what might emerge constitutional lawyer documents would be an exercise in liberal, the genius of our founding legal modernity so enabling of fathers by exposing the centralized planning. mechanism constructed in 1787 But to this crowd, Levin to extricate us from a governwould suggest: Understand our ment grown too large and founders were geniuses not costing too much. It is brilliant just because they were ahead in its simplicity but, as Levin of their time but because they admits, remains untried.
remain ahead of ours. Article V provides for a convention to amend only, not nullify, our legal foundation. Most of Levin’s text is a presentation of 10 amendments which he believes would act to limit government and provide for greater individual liberty. His proposals address our current legislative deadlock, bloated bureaucracy and economic stagnation. Several are not surprising: term limits for congressman and Supreme Court justices, a balanced budget amendment and an amendment that would prevent bureaucratic mission creep. And therein is the inspiration and potential promise offered by Mark Levin. His “liberty amendments” are overwhelmingly popular among Americans today. All make perfect sense but few believe they will ever live to see them happen. In this republic “of the people, by the people and for the people” how can it be that what the majority wants is assumed impossible? It is because we have grown cynical learning
that our politicians and bureaucrats will never work counter to their own convenience even as we, their constituents carry the burdens they impose. Levin believes our founders wrote Article V for a day such as this. They recognized that in the most extreme case, a ruthless, tyrannical government would never abdicate its power and in a lesser form, a soft tyranny exists when bureaucracies grown fat on public largess refuse to diet. In arguing that the individual states must initiate the cure through a Convention for Amendments, Levin is not naïve as to its likelihood nor, should it occur, that agreement will come easily among three-quarters of the states on any issue. Perhaps, Mr. Levin is the author who, one day, will be looked upon as the man who awakened Americans to the constitutional option that led to the revitalization of “this the last, best hope, of earth.” Indiana State Treasurer Richard Mourdock Indianapolis
If jobs open, will young people take them? BY MARYANN O. KEATING, PH.D.
There is a sub-discipline in economics that studies labor supply, specifically whether or not individuals increase hours worked outside the home when higher wages are offered. Those studies should be of interest to policymakers concerned with the fiscal and social effects of changes in the American workforce. For years, the studies concerned themselves with the extent to which the labor supply curve bends backwards as, for instance, when high-wage doctors and lawyers reduce hours available for appointments. The consensus, at that time, was that low- and medium-wage workers had no choice but to supply the standard 40-hour work week regardless of compensation. Now, however, government officials, concerned with the flow of tax revenue, are worried not only that jobs do not exist but that Americans are choosing not to accept them. Consequently, payroll and income-tax revenue per person is falling. Aside from the issue of funding government, there is the potential loss of a generation — one only loosely attached to the labor force. So, assuming for a moment that employers are willing to hire, it is useful to analyze why positions are not being accepted. The most obvious explanation is that some individuals do not need wage income. A few are so affluent that they need not concern themselves with earning a living. But most of those not seeking or accepting work are not “trust fund babies.” Some of us, on the other hand, are fortunate enough to extend the length of time we stay in school or remain dependent on parent income. The extension of family healthcare benefits to those 26 years old contributes to postponing full-time participation.
Furthermore, it is not at all unusual for parents to indefinitely subsidize interest on student debt, car insurance and cellphones. Finally, some potential workers qualify for unemployment, disability, academic stipends and other government income assistance. Another factor explaining the declining labor force participation rate is the differential between what people believe they should earn and the wage offered. It is repeatedly impressed on students that once they attain a certain degree or certification they will earn median wages or more. We fail to mention that this is based on probabilities for expected income over 40 years by those who were willing to pull up roots and start over several times throughout their careers. A careful study of data provided in the National Longitudinal Study of Youth (NLSY) shows that family formation is critical in determining the probability that a U.S. resident, between the ages of 26 and 31, participates to some extent in the labor force. Those with biological children, living in or out of household, have higher work participation. This is definitely true for males, but the result is also positive and statistically significant for women, regardless of the number of children. There is some indication that married women (and those who are cohabiting) are less likely to work outside the home. Marriage and co-habitation, however, strongly increase the likelihood of male employment. What do people in their 20s do all day if they are not working or providing care? Unfortunately, the NLSY survey does not address this issue directly except to categorize those who are or are not currently enrolled in school. Data is offered, though, to show that increased television viewing by an individual is statistically associated with
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... assuming for a moment that employers are willing to hire, it is useful to analyze why positions are not being accepted.
• fewer hours allocated to earning wage income. What are the implications of declining work participation for those entrusted with policy making? There are those who argue that the issue will self-correct as young people mature and are drawn into the labor force as the economy recovers. Others suggest exploring alternatives such as sales or value-added taxes as substitutes for taxing wage income in order to maintain government services. Most agree that we should avoid all policies that discourage employers from hiring or inhibit real take-home wages from rising. With regards to social concerns, government policy with respect to fertility and household formation is a dangerous game fraught with hazard, here and abroad. Through the mid-1990s in the U.S., a significant marriage tax penalty in conjunction with the Aid to Dependent Children program created a lethal policy combination. There appears, however, to be a natural proclivity for human beings to form households and become responsible for the next generation — unless, that is, they have better options. MARYANN O. KEATING, PH.D., a resident of South Bend and an adjunct scholar of the Indiana Policy Review Foundation, is co-author of “Microeconomics for Public Managers,” Wiley/Blackwell, 2009.
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Thin-skinned groom berates guest’s RSVP DEAR ABBY: I recently declined a wedding invitation because my spouse and I will be out of town on the date of the wedding. A few days after I sent the RSVP, I got an email from the groom saying he had “suspicions” that I wasn’t attending because I was bitter about not being in the wedding party. I was shocked by the email. Not only do I not care about who is in the wedding party, I don’t think we’re such close friends that we should have been invited in the first place. I think it’s appalling that he would accuse someone who declined an invitation of having ulterior motives for not going. I emailed him back, explaining that we will be out of town and how upset and disappointed I am that he would think something like that. Wasn’t what he did a breach of etiquette? — APPALLED IN NEW YORK
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DEAR APPALLED: Yes, it was. Your inability to attend the wedding appears to have brought to the surface the groom’s insecurity about his social relationships. I don’t blame you for being appalled. The man’s DEAR behavior was ABBY inappropriate. DEAR ABBY: My sister is 63, divorced, educated, intelligent, self-employed and receives monthly support from her ex-husband. The problem is she takes no responsibility for her health. She’s extremely overweight because she overeats and doesn’t exercise.
She complains every day that she feels “terrible.” (I call it self-pitying whining.) Our other siblings think it is too late to confront her about it. I want to address the issue now, before she gains even more, or has a stroke or heart attack and, quite frankly, won’t be able to care for herself. — SIBLING STANDING BY DEAR SIBLING: The problem with “confronting” someone is that it usually makes the person being confronted defensive. In a case like this I don’t recommend it. However, a family INTERVENTION might work. 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 www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.
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On this date: • In 1910, a series of forest fires swept through parts of Idaho, Montana and Washington, killing at least 85 people and burning some 3 million acres. • In 2003, the United States won the women’s overall team gold medal at the World Gymnastics Championships in Anaheim, Calif.; Romania took the silver medal and Australia, the bronze.
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Weigh the risks of depression medicines fluoxetine (Prozac), sertraline (Zoloft), citalopram (Celexa) and escitalopram (Lexapro). Another option is “talk therapy.” This can be traditional one-on-one sessions with a therapist. It also can mean family therapy, involving you, your spouse ASK and possibly DOCTOR K. other family members. Cognitive Dr. Anthony behavioral therapy (CBT) a particular Komaroff istalk-therapy technique that can help you learn ways to think positively and solve problems. Even if your doctor says you need to continue taking medication along with talk
therapy, you may be able to lower your dose or reduce the length of time you need the medication. You can also explore other nondrug options. For example, consider exercise (under your doctor’s supervision) or mindfulness meditation to help manage your depression. The risk to your baby from taking SSRIs during pregnancy is very small, but still real. SSRI drugs that are in your blood travel through the placenta and enter the bloodstream of your developing baby. SSRIs during pregnancy are linked to increased risk of heart birth defects, respiratory problems and withdrawal symptoms in babies. Risk of miscarriage and premature birth may also increase. The FDA has labeled paroxetine (Paxil) unsafe for use during pregnancy. Guidelines from the American Psychiatric Association and the American College
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DEAR DOCTOR K: I take an SSRI for depression. I’m trying to get pregnant, but I’m worried about going off my antidepressant during pregnancy. Can I continue to take an SSRI? DEAR READER: You can, but at some small risk to the baby. But if you stop taking the SSRI while you are pregnant, you may increase your own risk of worsening depression during and after the pregnancy. So I don’t have an easy answer. Treating depression is important for both your sake and your baby’s. Untreated depression during pregnancy increases your risk of postpartum depression. It also makes it more likely that your baby will be lethargic, irritable and underweight at birth. Medication is one option. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are the most common drugs prescribed for depression. SSRIs include
of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommend medication for expectant mothers with severe depression. But for pregnant women with mild to moderate depression, they recommend psychotherapy. That’s probably the most important point. If in the years before pregnancy your depression has been severe, you will probably need medication along with talk therapy during the pregnancy. By “severe,” I mean you have had many episodes of depression, or episodes that are quite severe. Particularly if you have had severe depression in the past, and your past reaction to medications has been positive, the risk to you and your baby from not taking medication is probably greater than the risk of taking medication. DR. KOMAROFF is a physician and professor at Harvard Medical School. His website is AskDoc torK.com.
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Defense secretary says he will visit China next year WASHINGTON (AP) — Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced Monday that he will visit China next year to capitalize on an improving trend in U.S.-China relations, even as Beijing casts a wary eye on the Pentagon’s strategic “pivot” to Asia and the Pacific. During a break in meetings at the Pentagon, Hagel and his Chinese counterpart, Gen. Chang Wanquan, told reporters they see room for greater U.S.-China military cooperation, including joint exercises and high-level visits. Chang
affirmed that China’s navy next year will participate for the first time in a major international maritime exercise known as Rim of the Pacific. Hagel said he accepted Chang’s invitation to visit Beijing in 2014. The last U.S. defense secretary to visit China was Leon Panetta in September 2012. Chang and Hagel both spoke hopefully of building greater trust between the two nations’ militaries and chipping away at long-held suspicions. But Chang
in particular cautioned against mistaking his country’s friendliness for weakness. “No one should fantasize that China would barter away our core interests, and no one should underestimate our will and determination in defending our territory, sovereignty and maritime rights,” Chang said through an interpreter. He appeared to be referring to China’s disputes with Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines and other Asian nations over territorial boundaries in the South China Sea. Hagel alluded to these
tensions, saying in a prepared statement that while the U.S. does not take sides in territorial claims, it encourages all parties to avoid allowing tensions to escalate into armed conflict. Chang seemed to suggest that the U.S. not intervene in the territorial disputes. “The Asia-Pacific is our common homeland,” Chang said. “Any action that leads to trouble or provocation, any unwanted action out of self-interest or (that) further complicates or magnifies the situation would be highly irresponsible and will not
lead to a favorable result.” The Obama administration for more than a year has promised a strategic pivot to the Asia-Pacific region following more than a decade of intense focus on the greater Middle East. Chang said China hopes this shift, which Washington now calls a “rebalance,” will be done constructively and as part of a comprehensive approach that includes greater U.S. economic and social interaction in the region. Already, however, it appears that Washington is focusing primarily on increased military activity,
he said. He said “certain Asia Pacific nations” have noticed that the military component of an adjusted U.S. strategy in the region is being “highlighted.” He appeared to be alluding in part to new U.S. Marine rotational deployments to Australia. “We also noticed that the frequency and intensity of such joint military exercises are increasing in recent time,” he said. “To a certain degree this kind of intensified military activity further complicated the situation in the region.” He did not elaborate.
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2005 Ford Taurus SE One-Owner, V6, Automatic, Air, All Power, ABS, 35,000 Miles
DVD Player, Leather, Heated Seats, Dual Power Sliders, Quad Buckets
Sunroof, Power Seat, Spoiler, Alloy Wheels, All Power, 47,000 Miles
Power Sliders & Liftgate, Full Stow ‘N Go, Power Seat, Alloy Wheels
2002 Honda Odyssey EX-L
2006 Dodge Grand Caravan SE
2005 Dodge Grand Caravan SE
2010 Chevrolet Impala LS
One-Owner, Stow ‘N Go Rear Seat, Rear Air, All Power, 52,000 Miles
One-Owner, Dual Sliding Doors, All Power Features, 24,000 Miles
One-Owner, Power Seat,, All Power, Factory Warranty, 39,000 Miles
One-Owner, Power Seat, Automatic, Air, All Power, 58,000 Miles
Local Trade, Hemi V8, Power Seat, Auto, Air, All Power, Tow Package
2007 Chrysler Town & Country Touring
2004 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT Crew Cab 4x4
2009 Ford Fusion SE
2006 Ford Taurus SEL
2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Reg. Cab One-Owner, 5.3L V8, Long Bed, Automatic, Air, Tilt, Cruise, 20,000 Miles
2006 Dodge Grand Caravan SE
2006 Ford F-150 XLT Ext. Cab 4x4
One-Owner, Stow ‘N Go Rear Seat, Rear Air, All Power, 27,000 Miles
Local Trade, 5.4L V8, Matching Cap, Power Seat, Tow Package
2006 Hyundai Azera Limited One-Owner, 3.8L V6, Sunroof, Leather, Heated Seats, 58,000 Miles
FEATURED CAR OF THE WEEK 2006 Mercury Grand Marquis LS
2006 Chevrolet Uplander LT Ext. AWD
2004 Ford Expedition XLT 4x4
2012 Ford Fusion SE
One-Owner, Leather, Dual Power Seats, Alloy Wheels, 59,000 Miles
One-Owner, DVD Player, Power Sliders, Power Seat, Alloys, 34,000 Miles
One-Owner, 9-Passenger, Power Seat, Running Boards, 41,000 Miles
One-Onwer, Power Seat, Alloy Wheels, Factory Warranty, 40,000 Miles
2006 CADILLAC CTS 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan SE
2010 Dodge Grand Caravan SE
One-Owner, Full Stow ‘N Go, Quad Buckets, All Power, Warranty
One-Owner, Full Stow ‘N Go, Quad Buckets, All Power, Warranty
Leather Seats, Power Seat, Automatic, Air, All Power, 61,000 Miles
2012 Ford Fusion SE
2011 Chevrolet Impala LT
2010 Toyota Camry LE
One-Owner, Power Seat, Alloy Wheels, Factory Warranty, 33,000 Miles
Power Seat, Remote Start, Alloy Wheels, Factory Warranty, 15,000 Miles
One-Owner, Power Seat, Side Airbags, Factory Warrranty, 30,000 Miles
2012 Volkswagen Jetta SE
2011 Ford Flex SE
One-Owner/Off-Lease, Leather, Automatic, Air, All Power, 14,000 Miles
3rd Seat, Power Seat, Rear Air Conditioning, Reverse Sensing, Alloys
2011 Ford Fusion SEL Monochrome Pkg., Sunroof, Heated Leather, Sony Audio, 22,000 Miles
One-Owner, Leather, Heated Power Seats, Alloy Wheels, 62,000 Miles
2012 Chevrolet Malibu LS
2012 Ford Fusion SE
One-Owner, Heavy Duty, Matching Cap, Hemi V8, Auto, Air, Tilt, Cruise
Automatic, Air, All Power, Side Airbags, Factory Warranty, 11,000 Miles
One-Owner, Power Seat, Alloy Wheels, Factory Warranty, 27,000 Miles
2008 Ford F-250 XL Ext. Cab One-Owner, Super Duty, 5.4L V8, Long Bed, Tow Package, Auto, Air
2009 Mercury Mariner Premier 4x4
2011 Ford Escape Hybrid 4x4
Navigation, Sunroof, Heated Leather, Reverse Sensing, 59,000 Miles
30 MPG, Power Seat, All Power Options, Alloy Wheels, Warranty
2012 Chevrolet Impala LT Sunroof, Power Seat, Rear Spoiler, Remote Start, Warranty, 17,000 Miles
2012 Chevrolet Malibu 2LT Sunroof, Heated Leather, Remote Start, Chrome Wheels, Waranty
2007 HONDA ACCORD LX COUPE
“3800” V6, Sunroof, Heated Leathers, Chrome Wheels, 60,000 Miles
FEATURED SUV OF THE WEEK
2008 Ford Taurus Limited
2008 Dodge Ram 2500 ST Reg. Cab 4x4
FEATURED CAR OF THE WEEK
4 Cylinder, Automatic, Air, All Power, Alloy Wheels, 65,000 Miles
2008 Buick LaCrosse CXL
2007 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO 4X4 2008 Ford Edge Limited AWD
2012 Lincoln MKZ Ultimate
Panoramic Roof, Power Liftgate, Leather, 20” Chrome, 43,000 Miles
Navigation, Sunrroof, Heated & Cooled Leather, THX Audio, 6,000 Miles
LOWEST MILES, LOWEST PRICE, OR BOTH!
DRULEY INVESTMENTS, INC. 100 S. Main Street, LaOtto •
Sunroof, Power Seat, Stability Control, Side Airbags, 54,000 Miles
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