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Good Prison shakemup
people One officer fired, 8 suspended after inmate"s death
By ADAM KREGER spokeswoman Jessica to how long the investigations could take,
STAFF WRITER Cary. but she suggested checking in I'monthly."
n U.S. 17, others a yellow cinder "I can't really give any Mae Atkins, Walker's sister, told
block with a courtyard bar where SOUTH OF PUNTA GORDA other information besides WINK News the family still hasn't
0 evervbodv's welcome all ages, A corrections officer at Charlotte that," she said.
gotten any information about what
on Harleys, afoot or in autos, snowbirds. Correctional Institution was fired CCIWardenThomas happened to her brother on April 11.
and locals. Dont let this week, but authorities won't say Reid said he couldn't "We're all wondering what hap -
that obnoxious "For whether his termination was related WALKER comment on the ongoing pened," she said. "He wasn't sick, so
Sale sign out front to the investigation into the death of investigation into the death we're like, 'What happened?"'
put you off Tilly's inmate Matthew Walker. ofWalker, 45. The Florida Department of Atkins said she heard "on the street"
Tap is open for busi- Lt. Tyler Triplett was dismissed Law Enforcement also is investigating, that her brother was killed by prison
ness. Tuesday, and eight other officers but spokeswoman Gred Plessinger also guards, although officials haven't
They're chowing from the Punta Gorda prison said she couldn't provide any additional confirmed that.
down on chili and remain on leave, according to information.
kraut dogs out back,
IL L where Sunday after- Florida Department of Corrections Plessinger said there is no estimate as PRISON 11
noon Bikes & Blues
has bragging rights to
Sue the best local blues.
WADE The inside bar is lit
COLUMNIST up like Christmas, Al
with colored lights
tangling alongside luminary Corona
bottles, Tilly's Tap signs, and such sayings
as "The liver Is Evil, It Must Be Punished"
and "Beer The Reason I Get up in the
Afternoon."
Bikers greet each other with bro hugs,
slapping the leather on one another's
backs. Provide a dollar bill and Ohio John
will fashion a lady a ring, which she may
later preserve with clear nail polish. A kid in
a Dropkick Murphys (Boston metal) T-shirt
hangs out with his girlfriend's folks.
You gotta love the T-shirts. They convey
not only places riders are proudest of
- Bentley's Saloon in Arundel, Maine;
Nicky's Handlebar in Phuket, Thailand;
Harley of Barre, Vt. but also such
helpful reminders 7-1
as "Pain is weakness
Y.
IF YOU GO leaving the body."
Where: Ti ly's Tap, Doug, who runs
3149 Duncan Road a biker B&B in
(U.S. 17), east of Bulgaria, has on a
Punta Gorda shift that's printed
When: I I a.m. in Cyrillic and ends
in an odd word that
to I I P.M. Sundayto
looks like "nameski."
Thursday; I I a.m. to
Doug chortles, "It
midnight Friday and
Saturday means,'By the time
I leave, I won't know
More info. I'll SUN PHOTO BY ADAM KREGER
941-505-07,98 myname.
Tilly's is named Prompt Towing Services recovered a car Thursday morning from a canal along Rampart Boulevard in Port Charlotte. An elderly woman had driven
after the owners' off the road and some passersby stopped to help.
Schipperke, a breed sometimes called "die
little black devil," reportedly raised to nip
at the fetlocks of mules hauling barges in
15th century Belgium. Tilly might be why G ood Sam aritans
co-owner Tom Stivison says they need no
bouncers here. "She s the baddest girl!"
The Stivisons are lovable gypsies,
boomer bikers who somehow got here by
boat from Pittsburgh via the Intracoastal pull wom an from canal
Waterway perhaps with Tilly trotting
alongside. Patchouli-scented Joyce and
Tom, a NavyVietnam veteran wearing a By ADAM KREGER had driven her car off the road into car was sinking and the woman's leg
Moose Riders headband, bought the bar STAFF WRITER a canal along Rampart around was stuck under the steering wheel. So
five years ago. Now they intend to sell, re- 10:45 a.m. Woods and a handful of oth- Woods and the two other men who had
tire, and pursue their wanderlust by 90mg PORT CHARLOTTE -When Daron er motorists pulled over -just across jumped into the water pulled the car
up to the Panhandle and turning left. Woods was driving on Rampart the street from Pilgrim United Church as close to the bank as they could until




OurTown Page 2 C www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun /Friday, April 25, 2014
Country Fest to take over Fa*irgrounds
ByBARBARA broke into the country
BEAN-MELLINGER IF YOU GO spotlight in 1993 with his
SUN CORRESPONDENT What: Country Fest 2014 album No DoubtAbout
It and singles "No Doubt
Don your favorite hat Where: Charlotte County
and pull on your boots Fairgrounds About It" and "Wink."
Since then, he's released
- Country Fest is back When: Sunday 711
in town. Time: I I a.m. to 6 p.m. 10 albums and 34 hit
-,4 4 singles, including three
Only a few VIP tickets Tickets: $40 VIP tickets M
remain for Sunday's at www.kixcountry929.com *'-.. I ,M, platinum albums and
one gold.
Country Fest 2014 at (parking included); $30 regular In the past decade he's
the Charlotte County admission, $12 parking
Fairgrounds featuring released "The Luckiest
Man in the World,"
headliner Neal McCoy of free $30 tickets (park "That's Life," and even
plus the Grayson Rogers ing is extra). To see if you
Band, the Chasing Dallas can still snag one, visit a big band and country
Band, Tim Charron and Higher Power Outfitters combination with Les
the Shane Wooten Band. in Punta Gorda, Don Brown Jr. entitled "Music
These special Gasgarth Ford in Port of Your Life." His music
$40 tickets get you seats Charlotte, participating has something for fans
in front of the stage, Hooters locations in of all ages to sing to,
access to aVIP area with Sarasota, Port Charlotte dance to, sway to and
a cash bar, bathroom and and Fort Myers, Gulf PHOTO PROVIDED Stomp to-
limited free food. Show Coast True Value in Doors open at I I a.m.
your VIP ticket and get Englewood and Vapor Country fans of all ages turn out for Country Fest every year. This year's Country Fest is Sunday at and the fun continues
free parking, too. City in Venice. the Charlotte County Fairgrounds. until 6 p.m. Neither
Regular admission to Country Fest is a country songs, try out "This year we have said Teresa Desguin of coolers nor outside food
Country Fest is $30 plus popular annual show what the food vendors new things like a roller Clear Channel Media and or drinks may be brought
$12 for parking. Local that calls country fans have to offer, and enjoy coaster simulator, a Entertainment. into the fairgrounds.
vendors have been giving together from all over the many activities on water ball feature and McCoy, this year's For VIP tickets go to
away a limited number the area to hear favorite the grounds. lots of other fun stuff," featured performer, www.kixcountry929.com.
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Road, PG. Classes on tree planting and benefit Special Olympics Charlotte Music with Heart& Soul 6:30-
care. Native tree sales, rain barrels. County, 4:30-9 pm, Phil's 41, 9:30 pm.
Deep Creek Elks 2763, 1975 Tamiami Trail, PG. FOE Eagles 3296, Elem
Stapt youp day with the Cposswopd Puzzle Dinner 5-8 pm, AYCE fried fish, prime Boys & Girls Club, Auction Computer Class @ Eagles, 10 am
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FOE Eagles 3296, Elem Dadion & Harold, YMCA Healthy Kids Day,
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til ? RSVP: 941-625-1512.23111 Fishermen's Village, Center Court, YMCA, PC. Free haircuts, pony rides,
Harborview Road, CH. 941-629-1645. 5-9 Pm. bike helmets, cinch bags.
Punta Gorda Elks, lunch American Legion 103, Coastal Awareness
L A D W IE S A P P A R E I I am-2 pm; Dinner 5-8 pm; Music by AIR prime rib, fish/shrimp 5:30-7 Pm, Day, 10 am-3 pm at laishley Park
Heart& Soul 6:30-10:30 pm; Tiki open music TBA until 9 pm, 2101 Taylor Municipal Marina.
2 pm @ 25538 Shore, PG. 637-2606 Road,639-6337. Monster Bingo, I I am, VFW
members/guests. Friday Night Dance, Post 5690, 23204 Freedom Ave., PC.
E N D O f S E A S O N S A LE Bingo Friday, Friendliest A variety of local entertainers for $50. Gail: 941-629-4200.
Bingo game in town. Quarter games your enjoyment. Cost: $7. 7 pm, The Punta Gorda Elks, lunch
start at 10:15 am, Centennial Hall, Cultural Center, 625-4175. 11 am-2 pm; Dinner 5-8 pm; Music by
Cultural Center. 625-4175. Hypnosis Comedy Show, Two Can Jam 6:30-10:30 pm; Queen of
April 25th April 26th April 27th Ukrainian Dinners, 4:30- 7 pm, CPAC, 701 Carmalita St. Punta Hearts 6 pm; Tiki open 2 pm @ 25538
6 pm, homemade pierogies, call about Gorda, Cost: $15. Info: silverkingband Shore, PG. 637-2606. members/
info@gmail.com, 941-916-5025. guests.
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Entire Stock of Regular Entire Stock of Entire Stock of City Zone- Carrier home at Charlotte Sports Park. Same day Rock'N Rythym,
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:OurTown Page 4 C www.sunnewspapers.net LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Friday, April 25, 2014
Council hopes to increase healthy assets for youth
By PAUL FALLON assets youngsters display, beginning of the school family support, positive "And I think we youngsters claimed they
STAFF WRITER the less likely they are to year, Lewis said. family communication (Children Services had attempted suicide.
engage in risky behavior A total of 2,577 ninth- and a connection with Council) need to act as Although he does not
Funding from a Florida such as drug and alcohol through 12th-graders in the religious community. a clearing house for re- believe the survey is
agency could help use. Charlotte County were Lewis hopes sources and help develop an inaccurate way to
improve the lifestyles for "This funding will make surveyed in August. youth will average at more resources," he said. measure developmental
Charlotte County youth. it easier for us to move Twelve percent of that least 22 developmental Like Lewis, Bell believes assets, he does think the
The Children's Services forward," Charlotte County total had to be discarded assets two years after educating community question may need to
Council received a Judge Peter Bell said. in order to clean the the action plan is members to the impor- be reviewed to see if it is
$24,000 grant from the Bell is chairman of results because some implemented. The action tance of children develop- confusing to students.
Florida Department of the Children's Service students do not answer plan would include ing the assets is essential. He also continues to
juvenile justice, said Council's Healthy truthfully and often play community outreach and One of the issues remain concerned about
Emily Lewis, the Family Communities/ Healthy games with surveys. It marketing strategies" discussed was that only the results of that par-
Services Division manag- Youth Committee. The Students in Charlotte to encourage business- about 17 percent of ticular question, but he
er. The funds will be used committee members County exhibited an es, organizations and the students surveyed believes that might be an
to help fund an action are formulating a plan average of only about individuals to "bridge believed the community issue best addressed by
plan to increase the to increase the number 19 of 40 developmental the intergenerational value youth. Bell hopes mental health providers
number of developmen- of developmental assets assets needed to become gap between youth and to work with groups, in the community.
tal assets exhibited by displayed by youth. a healthy adult, according adults in the communi- such as faith-based "If the council took this
county youth, she said. Bell hopes to have the to the findings given ty" Lewis said. organizations, in the on, we'd go to the mental
Developmental assets action plan submitted to by Minneapolis-based The Childrens Service community to help health community and
are behaviors exhibited by the full Children Service Search Institute, the com- Council will also likely address this issue. ask them to help develop
youth that lead to a healthy Council in the next pany which conducted begin to recruit mentors Bell also discussed a a program to address
lifestyle. The higher the It month or two." It should the survey. The assets in- for other agencies in the portion of the survey that issue," Bell said.
number of developmental be implemented by the clude whether they have area, Bell said. where 22 percent of the Email. pfallon@sun-heraid.com
GARAGE SALE Local real estate company aids Habitat
LISTINGS
ALwAys IN THE harlotte County
Habitat for Hu- HABITAT FOR
DECLASSIFIED i C manity has had HUMANITY
an incredibly busy year. ELLEN CARDILLO
The demand for
affordable housing
continues to rise, as 2014-2015 fiscal year
evidenced by the num- build schedule, which
ber of families applying begins July 1.
for home ownership. In order for home
Shop & dotte just this month, seven ownership to become
families met the qualifi- a reality, Charlotte
Where Shopping Makes Cents nations and are waiting County Habitat needs
charlottecountychamber.org to be approved. If to secure funding and
approved, these fami- volunteers to help build
50464,394 lies will be added to our homes. We are con-
stantly appealing to the
local community, both PHOTO PROVIDED
individuals and busi-
nesses, to help us assist Members of RE/MAX Harbor Realty support Charlotte County Habitat financially through Habitat's
one more family, which Businesses Building Hope program and by spending a recent Saturday painting an entire house
in turn makes Charlotte for a future homeowner.
County a better place an entire house for a Habitat. "They are a which to live.
to live. future homeowner. great role model for the For more informa-
One such example is "We are extremely community." tion, contact us at 941 -
RE/MAX Harbor Realty. grateful to all the Please consider 639-3162 or visit our
with specialperformances The agents at this local agents at RE/MAX becoming a Businesses website www.charlotte
by: real estate office voted Harbor Realty for their Building Hope partner countyhffi.org.
to continue support- generous donation or making an individual Ellen Cardillo is the
ing Charlotte County of $2,500 and their donation to Charlotte special events coordina-
Habitat both financially willingness to partner County Habitat for torfor Charlotte County
44 through Habitat's with us, including Humanity so we can Habitatfor Humanity.
J1111010 AA& AS Businesses Building attending our special continue our mission She can be reached at
2360 Tamiami Trail Hope program and events," said Gabrielle to help more families 941-639-3162, ext. 413,
Part Charlotte by spending a recent Reineck, senior director achieve a safe, decent, or events @cha rlo tte
TICKETS $ 10 Saturday painting of outreach for CC affordable home in countyhffi.org.
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M A IN E LO BUSTERS I IYOW WE WANT YOUR BUSINESSffl COJWE ON occupation, and his life in
LIVE N KICKIN OR COOKED OPEN DOWN Holocaust the concentiration camp.
(' remembrance Supporting this community
MUSSLES $4/1b or 31bs for $i0 I The Annual program is Kays-Ponger
19888 VETERANS BLVD. PH: 941-623-6192 Uselton Fmeral Homes.
I Community Observance Participating clergy
MAINE STEAMERS 16 $51b I ofYom Hashoah the include the Rev Roy Tuff
Driveway Mix Remembrance Service of from Church of the Good
FLORIDA COD SWORD SALMON the Holocaust, will be held Shepherd, the Rev. Bob
CLAMS SCALLOPS -HADDOCK STARTING at'3999/yd. starting at 4 p.m. Sunday. Carlson from First United
WILD CAUGHT FRESH BONELESS NO COUPON REQUIREDM This year, the service will be Methodist Church of Punta
FREE DELIVERY ON 5 YARDS OR MOREM held at Church of the Good
(Some Restrictions apply) Gorda and Rabbi Solomon
COME SEE JOHN, Shepherd, 401 W Henry St., Agin from Temple Shalom
NO YOUR HARDSCAPE PROFESSIONAL Punta Gorda. The speaker in Port Charlotte. This is the
Thurs. & Fri. Until 6Pm DEPOSITS I will be Steen Metz, who will seventh year that the com-
Bet"etatTeresa said A water 2 Bliss East of Dome Depot
11 1. Z ] 1987t) Veterans Blvd. talk about his childhood in munity has come together
LOBSTERS Hire Craftsmen, Not Installers
Seafood Market 2700 Placida Rd (941) 698-8 46 llo A+ Rated *Paver install excludes Charlotte County. Denmark during the Nazi to observe Yom Hashoah.




The Sun /Friday, April 25, 2014 LOCAUREGIONAL NEWS www.sunnewspapers.net C OurTown Page 5
OBITUARIES William J. Purdy
William J. "Bill" Purdy, 80, of Englewood, Fla., went home to be with his
CHARLOTTE
Heavenly Father, Friday, April 18, 2014.
He was born March 26, 1934, in Swartz Creek, Mich., to Joe and Olive
George W. Deen Purdy.
Bill was married 55 years to Betty, his loving wife and care-
George W. Deen, 84, of giver. He graduated from Adrian High School in Adrian, Mo.,
Port Charlotte, Fla, died where he and his family raised Hereford cattle on their family
Tuesday, April 22, 2014. farm. After high school, he attended The Spartan School of
He was born May 19, Aeronautics in Tulsa, Okla. While at The Spartan School, he
1929, in Brooksville, Fla. earned a mechanic's certificate, as well as a private pilot's Ii-
George lived most cerise. He later enlisted in the U.S. Air Force, and was stationed
of his life in Wauchula, at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Fla., where he met and
Fla., Arcadia, Fla., and married Betty.
Port Charlotte. He was ',11
2 i After Bill's service in the Air Force, he went on to a distinguished
currently a member career with the Federal Aviation Administration. Rising through the
of the Berean Baptist ranks from air traffic controller to data systems specialist, he was a
Church in Port Charlotte, key contributor to the development, deployment and integration of the FANs
and a former member of National Airspace System (NAS), which replaced aging systems and process-
Calvary Baptist Church es with modern equipment and procedures. Bill's experience and knowledge,
in Arcadia. combined with his natural ability to train others on the new systems, were
George is survived by critical to the success of the program. Retiring after more than 30 years of
his wife, Yvonne B. Deen service with the FAA, he continued his service to the FAA through IBM, Loral
of Port Charlotte; his and Lockheed-Martin, in support of the NAS. Even now, millions of travelers
daughter, Diane Deen traveling to, from or within the United States each day continue to benefit
SUN PHOTOS BY CAROL BRUYERE (Jeffery) Newell of Hobe from the valuable knowledge and experience Bill brought to this project.
Left: Tom Geffert shows guests how his Civil War rifle works. Sound, Fla.; his four During his career, Bill and Betty lived and traveled across the U.S. from
Right: Dolly Geffert shares the history of Chinese black tea grandchildren, Melissa Kansas, to Texas, to Florida, then Maryland. The majority of their time was
blocks. (Daniel) Burns of Port spent in Florida, where they were longtime residents of Pembroke Pines.
Charlotte, Michael E. While there, Bill was an active member of Pembroke Road Baptist Church,
oSt Deen 11 of Largo, Fla., and held leadership positions as a church deacon and as the president of
Historic church h s Melinda Deen (Zachary) Pembroke Christian Academy's Parent-Teacher Fellowship.
Garner of Largo, and After his second retirement, he and Betty spent time at their homes in
Rachel N. Newell of Englewood, and Blue Ridge, Ga. He was a member of the First Baptist Church
Hobe Sound; and his of both cities. Bill was an avid model railroader and train enthusiast, and also
Civil W ar presentation great-grandson, Robbie served as a Conductor and car-host on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway in Blue
Farmer of Port Charlotte. Ridge. He and Betty continued traveling after retirement, taking advantage
By CAROL BRUYERE He was preceded in of the available time to enjoy cruises ranging from The Panama Canal to the
SUN CORRESPONDENT death by his son, Michael glaciers of Alaska. And, of course, Bill was a devoted fan of all things Disney,
ENGLEWOOD E. Deen of Arcadia, and made several trips a year to his beloved Walt DisneyWorld.
Reliving the Civil War era July 11, 2007. Bill was a devoted and loving father to Paul (Nancy), Glenn (Patti) and
'A A memorial service
has become a passion for 4 Donald; a grandfather to Braden, Dalton (Alex), Erin, Mariah, Johnathon,
Tom and Dolly Geffert of will be held at 2 p.m. Carson and Christian; he was a dedicated older brother to Virginia (Ted)
Punta Gorda. Saturday, April 26, 2014, Zellmer and Dorothy (David) Norman; and he was blessed to have many
A chance meeting over at Berean Baptist Church good friends who were part of his life.
10 years ago with an The Florida Confederate in Port Charlotte. In lieu Interment will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday, May 19, 2014, at Sarasota
active Civil War re-enact- State Flag. of flowers, contributions National Cemetery in Sarasota, Fla. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that
ment "veteran" piqued JOIN THE WAR maybe made to Berean you consider making a donation in honor of Bill to the Fannin Christian
the couple's interest. Baptist Church, 17377 Learning Center in Blue Ridge, or to the charity of your choosing. You may
Since then, Dolly said, EFFORT Godwin Ave., Port express your condolences to the family at www.lemonbayfh.com.
they've become avid If you would like to share Charlotte, FL 33948. Arrangements are by Lemon Bay Funeral Home and Cremation Services.
historians, collectors, and some Civil War history, ask
members of Confederate questions, join the Sons of Jeannette Frederick T.
history groups. Confederate Veterans 2nd Lt. W. Favale Halbig Sr. Harvey N. Keen
They shared their Joel Knight Camp #2175 (you Harvey N. "Bo" Keen, 80, of Arcadia, Fla., passed
passion Tuesday evening do not have to be an ancestor to Jeannette W Favale, Frederick T. Halbig Sr.
during an interactive join), assist in their education or 85, of Punta Gorda, Fla., passed away Thursday, away Wednesday, April 23, 2014.
discussion with a stand- Veteran search and recognition passed away Tuesday, April 17, 2014 in Port Bo was born Sept. 5, 1933, at the family home in
ing-room-only crowd at programs, join the Order of April 22, 2014, at Florida Charlotte. Pine Level, Fla., to HarveyW. and Fannie
the historic Green Street Confederate Rose Emily Piggott Hospital in Tampa, Fla. Mae Albritton Keen.
She was born Jeannette He is survived by his
Church in Englewood. Chapter (women's group), or mother Betty E Halbig, At a very young age, he began riding
The Gefferts also par- participate in re-enactments, LeighWright, Jan. 28, his brother John D. and working horses. Bo joined the
ticipate in CivilWar re- you may contact the Gefferts 1929, in Perham, Maine, Halbig Sr., and wife U.S. Army in the early 1950s (the only
enactment events. While at 941-639-3734or poniul@ to Alice (nee Devoe) and Renee, three children, time that he was away from DeSoto County, Fla.,)
there, they camp out in aol.com. Acland L. Wright. Frederick Jr., Theresa, and, in 1955, he married Carrie Eleanora Griffin.
tents, dress, cook, eat and Jeannette, a longtime Jessie, five grandchil- Bo was one of the last old-time cow hunters,
live exactly like people in may have been burned resident of Connecticut, dren, and several nieces and was employed by several large ranches over
that time period. out of their dirt-farm moved with her husband and nephews. the years, before working his own ranch. He was
Imagine it's 1864, home and their crops John to Charlotte County, He was predeceased a hardworking family man, loved making others
and you're a soldier in destroyed, so they have Fla., in 1993. A retired by his father, John A. laugh with his jokes and pranks, and enjoyed
the Southwest Florida become "camp followers" Data Manager for Baskin- Halbig in 2000. fishing and hunting when he found time. Bo was
Confederate Army. who assist in cooking and Robbins, she was a mem- You may remember an extremely loving husband, a role model for his
You're preparing to fight caring for the soldiers in ber of the Order of the him at www.ics sons, and a wonderful Papa to his grandchildren
the Battle of Bowlegs exchange for meals. Eastern Star (Goodwill cremationandfunerals. and great- grandchildren.
Creek near Fort Meade, "Women of the era had Chapter) in Watertown, com. Bo is survived by his sons, Newt (Linda) Keen of
where Union soldiers are strict dress codes," Dolly Conn., and was a former Arcadia, and Tim Keen of Arcadia; grandchildren,
attempting to stop area said, "requiring them to Grand Lecturer; also, Jenny (David) Cross, Kristen Keen, Destiny Keen,
cattle ranchers from sup- wear up to 13 layers of she was a member of ENGLEWOOD Stormy Keen and KC Keen; great- grandchildren,
plying beef to Southern cotton clothing, including Order of Amaranth and Clint and Harley Cross; sister-in-law, Theda (Lee)
troops. a chemise, pantaloons, a Past Grand Matron, Sharon ONeill Swails; nephew, Bill Hollingsworth; and niece,
It's hot, but you're still slips, whale-bone cor- and of Daughters of the Eula Mae Sides. He was preceded in death by his
wearing your gray wool sets, crinolines, slips, Nile and a Past Queen. Sharon (nee wife of 59 years, Carrie Keen, who passed away
uniform with red trim petticoats, full-length, Jeannette also enjoyed Hungerford) O'Neill, 57, Jan. 1, 2014; his parents; and sisters, HazelVan
that indicates you're pleated skirts, long-sleeve longtime membership formerly of Englewood, Metre and Christine Forester.
an artilleryman, your blouses, belt or sashes, in Port Charlotte United Fla., passed away sud- A visitation will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
tall black boots, your and lace-trimmed jackets. Methodist Church in Port denly Monday, April 2 1, Saturday, April 26, 2014, at Ponger- Kays- Grady
long-sleeve shirt, and After age 22, it was Charlotte, Fla. 2014, in Newark, Del. Funeral Home in Arcadia. Graveside services will
your red Kepi, or cap. considered rude to wear She is survived by Sharon is survived be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 27, 2014, at Mound
You're carrying your a hat, so your pinned-up her beloved husband of by her daughter, Cemetery off Mizell Road (Highway 70 West). In
Mississippi Two-Bander long hair was covered by 62 years, John A. Favale; Jessica O'Neill; and lieu of flowers, donations in Bo's honor may be
rifle, a leather pouch for a fal ric bonnet during a daughter, Janice (Don) two granddaughters. made to the North Hillsborough Baptist Church




OurTown Page 6 C www.sunnewspapers.net LOCAUREGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Friday, April 25, 2014
To view today's legal notices NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF NOTICE OF NOTICE OF SALE
and more visit, 3116 HEARING MEETING 3130 Technical
f LZE LW4 3124 Lomita 3126 L:::
04/25/14,05/02/14 This nondiscrimination policy nation Plant, 13041 Wyandotte any bid. Sale is subject to college
3100 114849 3026020 involves every aspect of the Rd., Gibsonton, FL 33534 adjournment.
County's functions, including Pursuant to the provision of the Publish: April 18 and 25, 2014
NOTICE OF access to and participation in Americans with Disabilities Act, 111034 3028884 changes
FORECLOSURE meetings, programs and activi- any person requiring reasonable NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF
ties. FM Sound Enhancement accommodations to participate in PERSONAL PROPERTY
Units for the Hearing Impaired are this workshop/meeting is asked Notice is hereby given that the
available at the Front Security to advise the agency at least 5 undersigned will sell, to satisfy nam e
Desk, Building A of the Murdock days before the workshop/meet- lien of the owner, at public sale by
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Administration Complex. Anyone Ing by contacting SWFWMD's competitive bidding on Wednes- PROVIDED BY SOUTHERN
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT needing other reasonable accOrn- Human Resources Bureau Chief, day, May 7, 2014 at 12:30pm at TECHNICAL COLLEGE
LEGALS IN AND FOR dation or auxiliary aids and 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, the Extra Space Storage facility
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA mo
services please contact our office Florida 34604-6899; telephone located at: Southern Technical
CASE NO.: 2010002145CA at 941-764-4191, TDDITTY (352) 796-7211, ext. 4703 or 1- 2080 Tamiami Tr-, College in Port
V-1, INC. IN TRUST FOR 941-743-1234, or by email to 800-423-1476 (FL only), ext. Port Charlotte, FL 33948
FICTITIOUS NAME MORGAN STANLEY MORTGAGE Walt.Black@charlotteff.com. 4703; TDD (FL only) 1-800-231- (941) 625-3597 Charlotte, formerly
CAPITAL HOLDINGS, REFRENCE NO.: 051314-A 6103; or email to ADACoordina- The personal goods stored there- Southwest Florida
3112 Plaintiff,
vs. PUBLISHED: April 25, 2014 to r@swfwmd. state. f 1. us in by the following may include, College, an accredited
ALBERT KEIDEL; 163352 3031654 For more information, you may but are not limited to general e institution
VIVIAN KEIDEL; et al., The Board of County Commis- contact: cindy.taylor@watermat- household, furniture, boxes, private
4/25/2014 Defenclant(s). ters.org; 1(800)423-1476 (FL clothes, and appliances. offering career educa-
Notice Under Fictitious Name NOTICE OF sioners of Charlotte County pro- only) or (352)796-7211, x4150 Unit # Name tion through bachelor,
Law Pursuant to FORECLOSURE SALE poses to adopt the following ordi- (Ad Order EXE0322) 687 Charles Smith associate and diploma
Section 865.09, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 nance: Publish: April 25, 2014 719 William Holinka since 1974,
Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that AN ORDINANCE OF THE 112958 3031693 704 Enchantra Meade programs
BOARD OF COUNTY COM- 765 David Cann has been acquired by
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Sale will be made pursuant to an MISSIONERS OF CHAR-
the undersigned, desiring to Order of Final Judgment. Final NOTICE OF SALE 39 Jonah Northcutt Southern Technical
engage in business under the fic- Judgment was awarded on LOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA, Purchases must be made with Holdings.
titious name of Florida Nqn Au.Qust 10, 2010 in Civil Case AMENDING CHAPTER 3-2 LZ 3130 cash only and paid at the time of
Lawyer Services located at No.: 2010002145CA, of the Cir- OF THE CODE OF LAWS sale. In celebration of its
18245 Paulson Drive, Suite 104, cuit Court of the TWENTIETH AND ORDINANCES OF All goods are sold as is and must transition to Southern
Port Charlotte Florida 33954 (at Judicial Circuit in and for CHAR- CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Notice of Public be moved at the time of pur- Technical College, the
the Paulson Centre), in the Coun- LOTTE County, Florida, wherein, FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR Sale / Auction chase. Extra Space Storage Port Charlotte campus
ty of Charlotte, in the City of Port FV-1, INC. IN TRUST FOR MOR- SEVERABILITY; AND PRO- reserves the right to refuse any
Charlotte, Florida 33954 intends GAN STANLEY MORTGAGE CAPI- HIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN bid. is holding a ribbon-
to register the said name with the TAL HOLDINGS is the Plaintiff DATE. That Jobean Storage at 3900 El Sale is subject to adjournment. cutting ceremony at
Division of Corporations of the and, FV-1, INC. IN TRUST FO A public hearing on this ordinance Jobean Rd., Port Charlotte, FL Publish: April 18 and 25, 2014
Florida Department of State, Tal- MORGAN STANLEY M 10 a.m. Wednesday.
lahassee, FI ORTGAGE will be held at IOAM, or as soon 33953 will sell, or otherwise d's- 327465 3028964
orida. CAPITAL HOLDINGS are Defen- thereafter as it may be heard, on pose of, the personal property The campus, located
Dated at Port Charlotte, Florida, dants. the 13th day of May, 2014, in described below to satisfy delin- NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF at 950 Taurniami Trail
this 22nd day of Apd, 2014. The clerk of the court will sell Room 119 of the Charlotte Coun- quent amounts due and enforce a PERSONAL PROPERTY No. 109, has opened
/s/ Jack E. Cutter, to the highest bidder for cash ty Administration Center, 18500 lien imposed on said property Notice is hereby given that the
Owner/President of Florida online at www.charlofte.realfore- Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte, under the Florida Self-Storage undersigned will sell, to satisfy the event to the public.
NonLawyer Services, LLC close.com at 11:00 AM on 2 Florida. Facility Act Statues (Section lien of the owner, at public sale by Charlotte County
Publish: April 25, 2014 day of May 2014, the following Copies of the proposed ordinance 83.801-83.809). Sale will be con- competitive bidding on Conunissioner Stephen
110833 3031674 described eal property as set and the economic impact esti- ducted at the above address on 05/07/2014 at 2:00 PM at the R. Deutsch and campus
forth in said Final Judgment, to mate, if applicable, are availabe Saturday, May 10, 2014 at 10:00 Extra Space Storage facility locat-
wit: for inspection by the general pub- am. All property is sold as-is, for ed at: director Ken Reynolds
Notice Under Fictitious Name LOT 901, OAKLAND HILLS, lic in the Charlotte County Aftor- CASH ONLY. Property must be 17960 Paulson Dr will cut the ribbon,
Law Pursuant to ROTUNDA WEST, ACCORDING ney's Office, 18500 Murdock Cir- removed at the time of sale. We Port Charlotte, FL 33954 along with representa-
Section 865.09, reserve the right to reject any and
TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS cle, PortCharlotte, Florida. all bids and to cancel sale in 941-764-4085 tives from the Charlotte
Florida Statutes RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 8 Interested parties may appear at event of settlement with the oblig- The personal goods stored there- County Chamber
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PAGE 15A THRU 15K, OF TH9 the meeting and be heard with ated party(ies). in by the following may include
the undersigned, desiring to PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAR- respect to the proposed ordi- Unit 1-24 William Hanson Misc but are not limited to general of Commerce.
engage in business under the f'c- LOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA. nance.
titious name of International Prod- household and Unit 1-5 Donald household, furniture, boxes, Refreshments will be
uct Link located at 1617 Bobolink Property Address: 141 Should any agency or person Delaporte Misc household. clothes, and appliances. served.
Court, in the County of Charlot ROTONDA CIRCLE, ROTONDA decide to appeal any decision Publish: April 18 and 25, 2014 Unit #261 Levi Johnson "We are proud to be
in the City of Punta Gorda, Florida T, FLORIDA 33947 made by the Board with respect 312508 3028993 Unit #231 Samuel Piazza
33950 intends to register the ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN to any matter considered at such part of the Southern
said name with the Division of INTEREST IN THE S RPLUS meeting, he will need a record of FIRST INSERTION NOTICE OF Unit #542 Kim Mack
Corporati orida FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER the proceeding, and for such pur- PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL Purchases must be made with Technical College
Department of State, Tallahas- THAN THE PROPERTY OW IER AS pose, he may need to ensure that PROPERTY cash only and paid at the time of umbrella, which allows
see, Florida. OF THE DATE OF THE L S PEN- a verbatim record of the proceed- METRO SELF STORAGE sale. All goods are sold as is and us to operate as part of
Dated at Punta Gorda Florida, DENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH- ings is made, which record Notice is hereby given that the must be removed at the time of a cohesive recognized
this 23rd of April. IN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. includes the testimony and evi- undersigned self storage purchase. Extra Space Storage unit while reinforcing
/s/ Peter L. Keatin.Q WITNESS my hand and the seal Of dence upon which the appeal is Ito ul will be sold at a public reserves the right to refuse any
the court on AUH, 2013. be based. sale by competitive bidding, in bid. Sale is subject to adjourn- our capability to
Publish: April 25, 2014 CLERK OF THE COURT BOARD OF their entirety to the highest ment. educate students for
110833 3031683 Barbara T. Scott COUNTY COMMISSIONERS bidder, on or after date and Publilsh: April 18 and 25, 2014 careers in high-de-
J. Miles OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY, time below to satisfy the lien 130345 3028978
Deputy Clerk FLORIDA of Metro Self Storage for mand professions,"
I ITATION IM ORTANT rental and other charges due TUIM YOW Reynolds noted. "The
11 Charlotte County Board of County from the undersigned. The
TO BID If you are a person with a dis- Commissioners does not discrim- said property has been stored acquisition provides us
L*4Z 114 ability who needs any accom inate on the basis of disability. and generally described additional resources for
moclation in order to pal I I lil into
This nondiscrimination Policy be ow is ocated at the respec- tre" manpower and aca-
pate in this proceeding, you involves every aspect of the tive address. The sale will demic programs, which
INVITATION TO BID are entitled, at no cost to you, County's functions, including begin at the date and time
to the provision of certain access to and participation in below on or after on said date dM 11110 ultimately benefit
Bids will be accepted for catering ser- assistance. Please contact the ce" It!
vices for the Happy Hearts ELC (Venice) Administrative Services Mal meetings, programs and activi- and will continue hour by hou I the students and the
and Toy Boxc ELC (Englewood) Catering ties. FM Sound Enhancement until all units are sold. Auc,
to provide 30 hot lunches only or 30 hot ager, whose office is located Units for the Hearing Impaired are tioneer Lic# AU4167 and community."
lunches, breakfast & 2 snacks at the HH at 350 E. Marion Avenue, available at the Front Security AB2825, 10% Buyers Premi- A dvieft ise With campuses in
location. Catering to servie 20 hot lunch- Punta Gorda, Florida 33950, Desk, Building A of the Murdock um. Fort Myers, Bonita
es only or 20 hot lunches, breakfast & 2 and whose telephone number
snacks @ TB location. Bid Pack & Specs is (941) 637-2281, within two Administration Complex. Anyone Tuesday May6th2O141O:OO your yard Springs, Port Charlotte
ma be obtained at 620 Shamrock Blvd needing other reasonable accom-
Veryice 94 1_493-7940, 220 N McCallRd working days of your receipt modation or auxiliary aids and AM and Tampa, the college
Englewood 941-474-1825 both located of this notice; if you are hear- services please contact our office 1231 Kings Highway offers degree and
in Sarasota Fl. Bids will be opened at the ing or voice impaired, call Port Charlotte, FL. 33980 sale.
above address at 9:00am on May 9 711. at 941-764-4191, TDDITTY 06008 Paul Sanchez diploma programs in
2014. Publish: April 19 and 25, 2014 941-743-1234, or by email to 11069 Charles McCann III allied health, business,
PUBLISH: April 25, 2014 Wait.Black@charlotte ft.com.
127551 3030606 334261 3029644 REFERENCE NO.: 051314-B 10101 David Colon OTHER NOTICES design, education,
PUBLISHED: April 25, 2014 L Z
NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF Lemoyne Heaton 111 3138 information technol-
J 163352 3031658
HEARING The contents consist of general, ogy, legal studies and
3116 1 household and miscellaneous nursing, as well as GED
LimwaZ 3124 NOTICE OF items. The terms of the sale will Waterford Estates Community prep.
LZ E MEETING be cash only and must be paid for Development District Visit www.swfc.edu
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE The Board of County Commis 3126 at the time of the sale. All goods Request for Proposals for
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT sioners of Charlotte County pro- are sold as is. Metro Self Storage Annual Audit Services for more information.
IN AND FOR poses to adopt the following ordi- reserves the right to withdraw any The Waterford Estates Communi-
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA nance: The Southwest Florida Water Man- or all units for the sale at any ty Development District hereby
CIVIL ACTION AN ORDINANCE OF THE agreement District (SWFWMD) time. All contents must be requests proposals for annual COMMUNITY
announces the following public removed within 48 hours or soon- financial auditing services. The
Case Number: 13-2876-CA BOARD OF COUNTY COM_ er.
In Re: The Forfeiture of: meeting to which all interested proposals must provide for the NEWS BRIEF
One (1) 1997 Cadillac MISSIONERS OF CHAR- persons are invited: Publish: April 18 and 25, 2014 auditing of the District's financial
VIN # IG6KY5291VU832573 LOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA, 108437 3028943 records for the fiscal year ending
AMENDING CHAPTER 3-8 Dedication of the completion
Claimant: SOLOMON V. BRODIE ARTICLE Vill OF THE CODE of Phase I Terra Ceia Ecosys- Notice of Public Sale September 30, 2014, with an Girl Scouts to
NOTICE OF ACTION OF LAWS AND ORDI- tem Restoration Project in option for four (4) additional annu-
TO CLAIMANT, SOLOMON V Notice is hereby given that Stor- hold fundraiser
al renewals. The District is a local
- NANCES OF CHARLOTTE Manatee County. All activities age America will sell the contents unit of special-purpose govern-
BRODIE and his devisees, COUNTY, FLORIDA, RELAT- will take place outside. A guid- of the storage units listed below ment created under Chapter 190, at Fishville
grantees creditors, and all other ING TO ON-SITE SEWAGE ed tour will be available at a public auction to satisfy a lien
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The Sun /Friday, April 25, 2014 LOCAUREGIONAL NEWS www.sunnewspapers.net C OurTown Page 7
Reported, Teen fakes robbery HOMERIC WIT by S.N.
Edited by Stanley Newman
PUNTAGORDA-A www.stanxwords.com
16-year-old girl lied to POLICE BEAT ACROSS DOWN 20 Frittata 45 Prefix for sphere
police that a man on a The information for Police Beat is gathered from police sheriffs office Florida High way 1 Lisa on Friends 1 Interest meas. ingredient 46 Prepare to drag
bicycle had stolen her Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction and guilt or innocence is 7 Nerve near the 2 "Not a chance!" 22 Voice of Bugs 47 Foot part
backpack Tuesday, when determined by the courtsystem. hip 3 Refinement and Daffy 50 Polished off
in fact she feared her 14 Big name candidate 23 One wearing a Y 51 Designer's
mother would find out over to them and grabbed 21100 block of Coachman Ave., in peanut 4 Resort on 24 Fully model
that she had thrown it the deputy to pull her Port Charlotte. Charge: violation of research Lake Geneva 25 Shut, as a gate 54 Lead in
on the ground during a away, the report shows. probation (original charges: assault 15 Glasses without 5 Sully 26 Tuscan island 55 Pink drinks
fight with her boyfriend, Authorities tried to and disturbing the peace). Bond: temples 6 White-coated 27 007 before 57 Blues singer
authorities said. handcuff Gabaldon, and none. 17 Basic faith weasel Roger James
The girl went as far as she allegedly struggled Phillip Brooks, 64, 21100 block 18 Start of a 7 UV-blocking 31 Eastern 60 "Let's build a
describing the alleged with them and had to of Ionia St., Port Charlotte. Charges: Homer Simpson stat European capital smarter planet"
robber, the Punta Gorda be pinned down. She leaving the scene of a crash involving quote 8 World Factbook 33 Casino fixtures sloganeer
Police Department report was arrested on charges property damage and driving with a 19 Tahiti sweetie producer 37 Outer limits 61 Actress
shows, and police found of battery on an officer suspended license. Bond: none. 21 Not docked 9 Small-business 38 Days of old Vardalos
and questioned a man and resisting arrest. She Marisa Christine Gabalclon, 24, 22 Part 2 of quote mag 39 Superhero 62 Economic
matching the description. was being held in the 200 block of Day Break Circle, Port 28 Trusted one 10 Fill the role of access method indicator
The man explained he Charlotte County Jail Charlotte. Charges: battery on an 29 Half a rectangle 11 Try out 40 Keep changing 64 Something to
found the backpack without bond Thursday officer and resisting an officer. Bond: 30 Wine and dine 12 Reeling 41 Circles around check or tip
31 About 13 Edible grasses moons 65 Night-school
during his ride to work her 24th birthday. none. 35 ounces 16 Ardent 42 Sportscast subj.
and turned it in to his No one else in the Derro Conroy James, 40, 3400 32 Reddish purple proponent commentator 66 Edible grass
employer. vehicle was arrested, block of Idlewild St., Port Charlotte. 34 Schedule
The girl was arrested on according to the report. Charges: possession of less than placeholder 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 11 12
charges of false reporting 20 grams of marijuana, possession of 35 Tech sch. 14 15 16
of a crime and perjury The Charlotte County Sheriff's drug paraphernalia and resisting an 36 Part 3 of quote
(while not in an official Office reported the following officer. Bond: none. 40 Shell game 17 1 18
proceeding) and was arrests: Chesarae Marquis Graham, 43 Japanese 20
released to a parent. Molly Marie Constantine, 33, 32, 21600 block of Augusta Ave., dramatic form
6100 block of Tumberry Park Drive, Port Charlotte. Charge: violation of 44 Circumvent 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
Report: Seatbelt Sarasota. Charge: violation of probation (original charge: battery). 48 Ages and ages y9- 30 31
warning probation (original charge: driving Bond:none. 49 Imagined
with a suspended license second Corey Ryan Wood, 36, 22100 52 Big wheel, 5 34
leads to arrest conviction). Bond: $950. block of Felton Ave., Port Charlotte. briefly
ENGLEWOOD -A Jack Woodrow Reynolds, 36,1800 Charge: DIJI with property damage. 53 Influential
woman could have avoid- block of Narranja St., Punta Gorda. Bond:none. interval 43 1 1 44 45 46
ed spending her birthday Charges: two counts of petty theft. Adam Michael McCarthy, 26, 54 Part 4 of quote 49
Bond:none. 1500 block of Edison St., Englewood. 56 Foot parts
in jail had she just worn Andrea Wright, 38, 4700 block Charges: two counts of possession 58 Iterate 53
her seatbelt Wednesday. of Knollwood Circle, Punta Gorda. of a controlled substance without a 59 End of quote
A Charlotte County Charges: two counts of petty theft. prescription, and one count each of 63 Permissible 56
Sheriff's Office deputy Bond:none. possession of drug paraphernalia, 67 Place for trash 59 60 63
stopped a Hummer Raymond Brian Huffman, 43, driving with a revoked license and 68 Vag uely
around 4:45 p.m. at the 12300 block of Oscar Drive, Punta attaching an unassigned license plate. anxious 67 68
intersection of Gasparilla Gorda. Charge: violation of probation Bond: $23,000. 69 Galaxy locator '69-
and McCall roads because (original charge: possession of a Troy Thomas Zavodny, 45, 1400 70 Crushing tool 0 -
he noticed the front pas- weapon by a felon). Bond: none. block of Flamingo Drive, Englewood. CREATORS SYNDICATE 02014 STANLEY NEWMAN STANXWORDS(4AOL.COM 4/25/14
singer was not wearing Joshua Dutch Borst, 34, 22200 Charge: trespassing. Bond: none.
her seatbelt. block of Montrose Ave., Port Charlotte. Angela Rosemary Gaudioso, ...............................................
The passenger Marisa Charges: possession of a controlled 23, 2700 block of N. Beach Road, Answer to previous puzzle
Christine Gabaldon, 23, of substance without a prescription, Englewood. Charges: two counts of P 0 P S B A T C SKEW
the 200 block of Day Break EURO AMAZ P E E R
possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance P R 0 FES OIL A L A R E
Circle in Port Charlotte Look for a third MOP A PJE RIE R AT I N
driving with a suspended license. without a prescription and one count ET A EIP A S S E S
was issued a warning. I
Bond: $8,000. of possession of drug paraphernalia. D G T A L L HOME
Two other deputies Ryan James Smith, 18, 22300 Bond:none. cross ord in GNNATTY A G A B
A TSY H S OABA
arrived for backup, and block of Nyack Ave., Port Charlotte. Tiffany Lee Zukowski, 24, 25000 WYE N E MISI U R A T
they requested to search Charges: petty theft, possession of block of Wateau Court, Deep Creek. 0 YM I C 0 R C H
: the Sun Classified: OR NU
the vehicle. The driver alcohol by a person under 21 years Charge: violation of probation A _U I N
wouldn't give consent, and old, giving false identification to (original charge: possession of drug R E L -1 G H T 0 0 P S
he and his four occupants section, A.V 0 N ANG L SN I T
law enforcement and violation of paraphernalia). Bond: none.
were asked to step out of probation. Bond: none. Tyler Thomas Slate, 17, of Cape 4125/14
the Hummer. Gabaldon Donald Lewis St. James, 32, Coral. Charges: possession of heroin
and the driver refused to 3400 block of Westlund Terrace, Port with intent to sell, possession of
get out. Charlotte. Charges: dealing in stolen a controlled substance without a
When a female deputy property and presenting altered prescription and possession of drug
took hold of the driver identification to a secondhand dealer. paraphernalia. Bond: none. Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle
to escort him out of the Bond:none. Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Lewis
vehicle, Gabaldon ran Diamond Jack Baber, 19, Compiled byAdarn Kreger
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By ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH their guns drawn. When to protect his home and 17 Collins
STAFF WRITER Bomhorst wouldn't come me. Those two guys went contemporary 31 32
out of his home, SWAT was through a few backwards 18 Like some sales
ENGLEWOOD Rita called in. Residents were trying to get close enough 20 *Rio jokester? 35 37
Lee is terminally ill and asked to leave, and the to my car that was in a 22 Part of a black 38 39
has cirrhosis of the liver. usually quiet block was put fenced-in area. They had suit
She uses her 1997 Isuzu on lockdown. no right to be there." 23 It may be 41
Rodeo to drive to weekly 1 didnt want to talk Joey Mercado, manager of packed
treatments in Tampa. to the police because I Bayview, says he disagrees 24 Grand squared
On disability and with thought the two men who with nearly 100 percent of 27 General of
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OurTown Page 8 C www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun /Friday, April 25, 2014
Derek Dunn-Rankin Chairman Brian Gleason Editorial page editor
David Dunn-Rankin Publisher Stephen Baumann Editorial writer
Chris Porter Executive Editor
1 71E WP O IN T Email letters to letters@sun-herald.com
OUR VIEW. of honesty and realism we
1k le change April Fools' Day from
R FOSTS ppump the first of April to the 15th.
Another OTLE 13LUE HERAN :THE $1.5 MILLION SP9D all Sure felt that way after send-
ing in my tax check and then
feathering watching a young man selling
his free credit card so he could
buy beer and smokes.
Pirates'hat
Bill Hempel
Lake Suzy
OUR POSITION: Port
Charlotte earns second straight
silver awardfrom magazine. 'Gravity'also
P ort Charlotte High School C? 'only a theory'
students and educators Editor:
can put another feather The April 21 letter, "Global
in their pirate hats today. In warming only a theory," uses
the U.S. News &World Report's the ridiculous argument that
annual ranking of public high SUNSHINE there has been a 17-year
schools, PCHS was rated as the significant cooling trend" in
top high school in Charlotte Im A KlEw global temperatures and that
County and 79th in the state, CLERNUP "the Arctic ice was I -million
moving up 10 spots from square miles more than the
last year. The list-makers take last year" to deny global warm-
into account advance placement ing. While there's a temporary
tests, college readiness, student- 15-year plateau (not 17) in
teacher ratios and other factors. the continuing rise of global
The school earned a silver medal c, temperature, which includes
for the second straight year, 10 of the warmest years on
the only county high school to record, absolutely no data
receive the designation. BATES fvlESd9'14 exists showing cooling. The
Port Charlotte has long been global temperature varies year-
noted for its academic excellence to-year and twice has flattened
and extracurricular clubs, such or even briefly gone negative,
as its perennially strong Model think we can agree. Why, vital; Obama, feckless, timid but long-term data shows a
United Nations, Mock Trial and LETTERS TO then, wasn't someone from leader sitting around singing significant increase since 1900.
band programs. PCHS teachers THE EDITOR the county supervising this "Kumbaya." That's the gist of Likewise, the Arctic ice cover
have won multiple county project so that the nests could the tirade, remember? has its ups and downs. Cherry-
teacher of the year awards and have been knocked down After reading and pondering picking one-year's data does
last year's winner, Pirate music Rotonda to be before eggs were laid? I'm told the accusations and asser- not alter the fact that Arctic
teacher Michelle Kasanofsky, devastated by"bomb" this is legal and common. tions, I found the author to be ice has been disappearing at a
received a Governor's Shine As a real estate investor, I most, how do I say it chari- steady rate since satellite data
Award, one of only 23 teachers Editor: assure you, when my money table to our leader. Maybe, began in 1978. The author
in the state to do so. Students in The Rotonda West is on the line renovating a because of space constraints, conveniently omits 2014 data
its advanced placement English Association Board has been house, I'm there every day he was unable to mention the showing Arctic ice extent is the
classes, taught by former CCPS enforcing the clearance of supervising the work and many disgraces of the IRS, fifth lowest on record.
teacher of the year Eric Bishop, non-native vegetation from the workers. It yields a better NSA, CIA and DOJ along with "Only a theory"
have some of the highest pass unimproved lots. Fewer than result. numerous other sad scandal- Guess what? Gravity is a
rates in Florida. 2008 Florida 200 lots have been cleared by How the government can ous situations. But there have theory too, but few would
Teacher of the Year finalist owners after threats of legal spend millions of dollars and been so many presidential dispute it. Science accepts
Bob Johnson's Model U.N. action. The board claims not have a county employee lies and debacles that the Sun a theory when it accurately
program is considered by many they are enforcing the deed (we have plenty) checking in would have to greatly increase explains the phenomenon
to be the best in the world. restrictions. regularly is beyond compre- its word limit policy for him in question. Years of climate
Principal Steve Dionisio, The board recently voted hension and illustrative of to do it justice. If the Sun data have been gathered and
whose school has now won two six-one to expand this pro- why we need to take the mon- did, hopefully, he would then analyzed by codes based on
silvers and two bronze awards gram and force the owners of ey away from these clowns. include a truly impeachable well- established scientific
since 2009, said the recognition all remaining unimproved lots When I read these types of offense of this president (and principles. They explain long-
is a by-product of the school's to clear non-native species. articles, I am left wondering his equally "feckless" secretary term climate data very well.
efforts, not a goal. The area affected could be if the commissioners are of state), that of the tragedy at Those perpetuating the
"If we're doing what we should 400-500 acres which will have corrupt, stupid, or both? Benghazi. falsehoods regurgitated in
do at Port Charlotte High School, a huge detrimental impact on Ron Coulter The writer sounds like a die- the author's letter are moti-
that ranking will come out and the wildlife, the environment Port Charlotte hard Republican but I must vated by short-term financial
we'll be on it. My kids and staff and the natural beauty of confess the only fault 1, a self-interests. They wont be
work really hard. It is one of Rotonda. registered Democratic, found held accountable. You'll be left
those things that validates that Some of the lots which Landscaping with your letter is brevity. with a tab of trillions to deal
for us," he said. have been cleared look like Bob Filkins with the mess they created.
While high advance placement a "bomb" site and houses would help Punta Gorda Be smart and support the
passing rates are a key to the which look out on such sites Editor: switch from carbon-based
ranking, Dionisio said that is will have their value adversely Am I the only person who fuels to renewable energy now
only part of the mission. He not- affected. thinks the display of the Welfare loafers before irreversible damage is
ed that participation in highly No amount of logical trucking business located are not fools done.
regarded extracurricular activi- argument has been able to across from Tangerine Woods Frank Roeske
ties, such as band and ROTC, is persuade them to change this is most uncomplimentary to Editor: Englewood
part of producing well-rounded policy or seek the views of the the beautification of the State On the first of every month
students prepared for the next homeowners on this massive Road 776 corridor? (April included) millions of
step in their lives, whether that issue. The current vast display of people that never worked Bayflite chopper
means college, the work force or We are told that polling trucks appears unsightly to all year receive free money for is quiet, beneficial
the services. homeowners would be too local residents and passing welfare, SSI, alleged disability,
"My mindset as a principal costly, but they are happy to motorists. A sign, tastefully and/or school grants, food Editor:
has been simple. I want to reach squander many thousands of designed and well-placed, stamps, unemployment and As a parent of two small
all of the kids at the school. I dollars consulting their law- would serve the purpose, pro- other government entitle- children in the North Port
A __1, Z_, ___ __ I- vers on a wide ranLye of issues. '. 1-1 1 .1 I I I I I




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NASA: lost in space budgeting
ASA just con- ticket just yet because reach Mars at current logical decisions about plead" with Congress to
firmed what sci-fi scientists expect the sun funding levels, and it's alternative courses" the support human space
enthusiasts have to be around another difficult to see where way humans can, and he exploration. But begging
known all along: There 5 billion years, give or extra money will come pointed out that "if the does not a Mars mission
are other civilizations ut take. from in an age of shrink- ultimate goal is to make make, particularly when
there. But listening to Bolden ing budgets. Meanwhile, humans multi-planet NASA can arguably do
This bombshell was Dana and other NASA officials there's a compelling species, then you've got more with unmanned
dropped Tuesday by Milbank at the Mars summit argument that we could to do it at some point." exploration. The crafts
NASA Administrator (platinum sponsor: accomplish more with a That's true. But our are lighter and easier to
Charles Bolden at the Boeing; gold sponsor: less expensive strategy of current trajectory won't land, there are no wor-
Humans 2 Mars Summit Lockheed Martin), I won- unmanned exploration. get us there anyway; ries about life support,
in Foggy Bottom. "Here sun," he said. "And so if dered if their ambitions The Congressional estimates of the cost of and no need for a return
in the Western world we this species is to survive were proceeding at warp Budget Office said last a human trip to Mars trip.
think very shortsighted," indefinitely, we need to speed relative to realities fall that eliminating run into the hundreds And robots dont get
he explained. "We think become a multi-planet here on Earth. NASAs human space of billions. "We're going cancer or radiation
about the time in which species. So one reason President Obama exploration program to have to figure out poisoning. Gerstenmaier
we're going to be on this we need to go to Mars is revived the languishing (but leaving robotic ingenious ways to do said that NASA asked the
Earth, or which our kids so we can learn a little field of human space exploration intact) would it based on the present Institute of Medicine "to
or grandkids are going to about living on another flight, proposing to put save $73 billion over a budget plus modest take a look at our current
be on this Earth. Many planet, so that when humans on an asteroid decade. The CBO noted increases," Bolden said at standards for radiation
other civilizations think Mikaley, my granddaugh- in 2025 and on Mars in that "increased capabil- the summit. exposure limits on astro-
muuuuuch longer than ter, is ready to move out the 2030s. The admin- ities in electronics and Or maybe more nauts" to see if it might
that, and we need to start of the solar system we'll istration extended the information technology than modest. William be "ethically acceptable"
thinking that way." know a lot more about life of the International have generally reduced Gerstenmaier, NASA's to raise the limits.
Many other civi- living away from this Space Station to serve the need for humans to associate administrator You don't need to
lizations! Klingons, planet than we know as "our steppingstone to fly space missions. The for human exploration, be a rocket scientist to
Romulans and Vulcans? today." the rest of the cosmos," scientific instruments told the same audience recognize that if you're
Bolden, a former Bolden may not really as Bolden put it. That used to gather knowledge of the need to "break the weighing shortcuts like
astronaut, did not say. believe that humans will sounds really cool. But it in space rely much less paradigm" of current that, something maybe
But he spoke about being be traveling beyond the maybe a colossal waste (or not at all) on nearby funding. "We cannot do wrong with your mission
in a race to colonize solar system in the next of money. humans to operate it at the same budget plan.
other worlds before the couple of decades when Budget realities require them." level we're at today. It's Dana Milbank is a
sun burns out like other 14-year-old Mikaley will a modest approach to I asked Bolden about just not going to work." Washington Post colum-
stars have. "One of these be of space-traveling human space explora- the CBO report. He Bolden said he would nist. Readers may reach
days that's going to be age. And, happily, tion. Even NASA officials said that robots cant It get down on my hands him at danamilbank@
the story of our star, the Mikaley neednt book her admit humans won't It reason and make and knees and beg and washpost.com.
The subtleness of a court retirement
T he law operates not enter into his own the identity of his or her whether justices mulling of the Senate. The
with bright-line decision to retire in 20 10. successor. If, as Stevens retirement are mindful louder the clamor for her
rules but also "Well, my decision was observed, you care about about which parity oc- departure, or Breyer's, or
with balancing tests and not made for any polit- your work, and every copies the White House, the next justice down the
concerns over image. The 00' L ical reason whatsoever. justice does, you have to "but it certainly is true line, the more difficult
appearance of impropri- Ruth It was my concern about care about who will pick in more cases than not, I the more unseemly it
ety. The appearance of my own health," said it up or dismantle it would think." is for them to leave.
corruption. And so it is Marcus Stevens, who at 94 is not when you are gone. Admitting so is a dif- The latest was a
with lawyers, starting at only reading the Gates And while a new de- ferent matter. The court birthday push from
the top. book but has just pub- fense secretary matters, may be, and it may be University of California
Competing concerns lished his own rewriting a new justice really perceived by the public at Irvine law school Dean
must be weighed who told ABC's George the Constitution. If he is matters. For one, defense as being, a political Erwin Chemerinsky, who
personal health, institu- Stephanopoulos that it fading, we should all be secretaries come and go; institution, but this is not advised Ginsburg via
tional interests, legacy, was acceptable to take so lucky. justices stick around long the way justices prefer the Los Angeles Times
longevity. And so, too, politics into account in Yet Stevens' coyness after the president who to see it. They care about that "only by resigning
must appearances of deciding when to step is unsurprising. What appointed them. maintaining their own this summer can she
undue politicization of down. retired justice has ever For another, on a legacy but also about ensure that a Democratic
an entity supposedly "I think so," Stevens proclaimed: I gamed closely divided court, as preserving the integrity president will be able to
above politics, of gaming said. "I think certainly the system and quit in this one is, a different of the institution. So they choose a successor who
the system for ideological natural it's an appropri- timefor the president justice can make an worry, properly so, about shares her views and
ends. ate thing to think about on my team to name a enormous and all but any move that would values."
I am referring, of your successor, not only successor! irreparable difference. add to the appearance of I don't think Ginsburg
course, to Justice Ruth in this job," citing the Supreme Court The Supreme Court may politicization. The trick is is inclined to go in any
Bader Ginsburg, who recent memoir by former retirements are, and not follow the election to consider the successor case; she seems to be
turned 81 last month, Defense Secretary Bob should be, a more subtle returns in issuing rulings, without overtly seeming having a grand time as
and a debate about Gates. "He thought a lot enterprise, which is but Supreme Court to. the court's senior liberal.
whether she should about his successor ... why the hue and cry for justices certainly do in Thus, the short-sight- Stevens may have offered
retire which seems fated too. (If) you're interested Ginsburg and, next making retirement plans. edness of the insistent some cover, yet calls like
to continue until she in the job and in the kind at bat, Justice Stephen The late Chief Justice yelping for Ginsburg this are all but guaran-
actually does. The flames of work that's done, you Breyer to make way William Rehnquist to step aside and make teed to backfire.
of Ginsburg retirement have to have an interest for new (liberal) blood is acknowledged as much way for another liberal Ruth Marcus is a
talk were most recently in who's going to fill your so counterproductive. in a 1999 interview while a Democrat is columnistfor The
fanned by her once- shoes." Of course, it's idiotic with PBS' Charlie Rose, still president, and, even Washington Post.
colleague, retired justice But Stevens hastened to imagine that any "That's not 100 percent more urgently, while Readers may reach her at
John Paul Stevens, to note that politics did justice is insensitive to true," Rehnquist said of Democrats retain control marcusr@washpost.com.
JFK award illustrates Bush 41's political courage
ormer President spark the prosperity of nomination at the 1988 bipartisan deficit control tax increase since.
George H.W. Bush IM the 1990s. convention in New plan, Bush was forced to Later, Bush acknowl-
F doesn't play aer- "In his first term in Orleans, drawing wild concede that any pack- edged to me in an




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The adolescent president
ecently, Barack recognizes the four basic of man-made climate many hundreds of other large sum. And the
Obama a Dem- teenage tropes, which change is "over," so government programs 10 percent figure has not
osthenes deter- also are the only arrows everyone should pipe that are, unfortunately, been graven on stone by
mined to elevate our in Obama s overrated down. And they say the "working." the finger of God. It can
politics from coarseness rhetorical quiver. They debates about the effica- Finally, the real dis- be enlarged whenever
to elegance; a Pericles were all employed by cy of universal preschool, cussion-stopper for the Congress wants, as surely
sent to ameliorate our George him last week when he and the cost-benefit righteous and there it will, to enable more
rhetorical impoverish- Will went to the White House balance of a minimum is no righteousness like federal spending by
ment spoke at the briefing r om to exclaim, wage increase, are over. an adolescent's is an imposing more bur-
University of Michigan. as he is wont to do, about Declaring an argument assertion that has always dens on the states. Yet
He came to that very the excellence of the over is so much more been an Obama specialty. Obama, who aspired to
friendly venue in 2012, clever for use on a Affordable Care Act. restful than engaging It is that there cannot be tutor Washington about
he received 67 percent of playground. First came the invo- with evidence. honorable and intelligent civility, is incapable of
the vote in Ann Arbor's When Theodore cation of a straw man. A third rhetorical disagreement with him. crediting opponents with
county after visiting Roosevelt was presi- Celebrating the ACA's move by argumentative So last week, less than other than base motives.
a local sandwich shop, dent, one of his good enrollment numbers, adolescents is to declare two minutes after saying About one thing
where a muse must have friends he had been Obama, referring to that there is nothing to that the argument about Obama was right, if
whispered in the pres- best man at TR's 1886 Republicans, charged: argue about because the ACA "isn't about me," contradictory. He said
idential ear. Rep. Paul wedding was the "They said nobody would everything is going along he said some important Americans want pol-
Ryan, R-Wis., had recent- British diplomat Cecil sign up." Of course, no swimmingly. Seven times opposition to the ACA is iticians to talk about
ly released his budget, Spring Rice. So, when one said this. Obama Obama asserted that about him, citing ttstates other subjects but
so Obama expressed his visitors to Washington often is what political the ACA is "working." that have chosen not that Democrats should
disapproval by calling wanted to learn about philosopher Kenneth That is, however, unin- to expand Medicaid for campaign by celebrating
it, for the benefit of his TR, they asked Rice Minogue said of an ad- formative because it is no other reason than the wondrousness of
academic audience, a about him, and Springie, versary tta pyromaniac ambiguous. The ethanol political spite." the ACA. This would be
"meanwich" and a "stink- as TR called him, would in a field of straw men." program is "working" This, he said, must be candid because it is what
burger." say: "You must always Adolescents also try to in the sense that it is spiteful because expand- progressivism is a top-
Try to imagine Franklin remember that the pres- truncate arguments by being implemented as ing Medicaid involves down, continent-wide
Roosevelt or Dwight ident is about 6." Today's saying that nothing re- its misguided architects ttzero cost to these tissue of taxes, mandates
Eisenhower or John president is older than mains of any arguments intended. Nevertheless, states." Well. The federal and other coercions. Is
Kennedy or Ronald that. But he talks like an against their arguments. the program is a sub- government does pay the debate about it over?
Reagan talking like that. arrested- development Regarding the ACA, stantial net subtraction the full cost of expansion Not quite.
It is unimaginable that adolescent. Obama said the debate from the nation's for three years. After George Will is a colum-
those grown-ups would Anyone who has tried is "settled" and "over." well-being. The same can that, however, states will nistfor The Washington
resort to japes that to engage a member Progressives also say be said of sugar import pay up to 10 percent of Post. Readers may reach
fourth-graders would of that age cohort in the debate about cata- quotas, or agriculture the expansion's costs, him at georgewill@
not consider sufficiently an argument probably strophic consequences subsidies generally, or which itself will be a washpost.com.
Race and Obama news coverage
have a question for law: If you have the law care reform bill, as a pair treatment of the presi- depend on it will
George Will. on your side, argue the of cartoon spook eyes dent would differ if race claim that I consider any
If he can't answer law, if you have the facts against a black backdrop were indeed part of the disagreement with the
it, maybe Brit Hume can. on your side, argue the by an aide to a GOP mix. What misbehavior president to be sigh
Both men were recently facts. If you have neither, lawmaker and as an ape would make them say: "racist."
part of a panel on "Fox Leonard pound the table. This is by various opponents, "OK, this is definitely That's silly. But then,
News Sunday" to which pounding the table." who has been dogged about color of skin, not discussion of this
moderator Chris Wallace Pitts And here, let us remove by a "tea party" move- content of character?" seminal American fault
posed this question: Has Holder from the equa- ment whose earliest Because from where I line often reveals in some
race played a role in the tion because, frankly, the and most enthusiastic sit, much of the behavior of us an unfortunate
often-harsh treatment question I'm here to ask supporters included the toward Obama would fondness for clownish
of President Obama and Said Hume: "This is more pertinent to his Council of Conservative need white hoods to be superficiality. And yet
Attorney General Eric strikes me as kind of cry- boss than him. I just wish Citizens, infamous for more blatantly racial that silliness does not
Holder? Wallace was re baby stuff from Holder. Mssrs. Will and Hume declaring the children than it already is. detract from the critical-
acting to a clip of Holder My sense about this is would explain one thing: of interracial unions "a Hume, by the way, ity of the fault line itself.
strongly hinting that a that both Eric Holder You say race has played slimy brown glop;" who says some critics have Nor can I share Will's
testy encounter with and Barack Obama have no role in the treatment was called a liar by an called his comments conviction that manly
House Republicans was benefited politically of President Obama? obscure GOP lawmaker themselves "racist." taciturnity is the best
part of a pattern of race- enormously from the fact Fine. What would it look during a speech before a They've also scored the way to seal that fissure.
based abuse of himself that they are African like if it did? joint session of Congress fact that this discussion So what I ask is not
and the president. American and the first to I mean, we're talking who has had to con- was undertaken by an rhetorical, not abstract,
Some of the panelists hold the jobs that they about a president who tend with a yearlong all-white panel. While the not a joke. It is a serious
framed their answers in hold." was called "uppity" by campaign of people optics were odd, there question.
political dimensions, i.e., "Look," addedWill, one GOP lawmaker, pretending there is some was nothing in what he And I'd appreciate the
what does this mean for "liberalism has a kind "boy" by another and mystery about where he or Will said that would same sort of answer.
the midterms? But Hume of Tourette's syndrome "subhuman" by a GOP was born. seem to merit that label. Leonard Pitts Jr. is a
and Will responded these days. It's just activist, who was depict- There's much more, Those who slap him with columnistfor the Miami
directly. constantly saying the ed as a bone-through- but you get the drift. So it are likely motivated Herald. Readers may
Has race played a part? word 'racism' and 'racist.' the-nose witch doctor by I wish those men would by the same knee-jerk reach him at lpitts@
Heck no. It's an old saying in the opponents of his health explain how, exactly, the reflex by which my critics miamiherald.com.
was a courageous act that
LEUBSDORF produced primarily pos-
itive results. Along with
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ment of the Persian Gulf
rather than his reversal. War and the collapse of
"With the benefit of the Soviet Union, Bushs
historical hindsight, I bipartisan deficit plan
probably would have illustrates a record of
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MORE
Changes afoot at rec center INFORMATION
For more information,
contact New Operation Cooper
By BRENDA BARBOSA president Christine they are living and all the been a major component in school in August," Street, 650 Mary St., Punta
STAFF WRrrER Dollinger. "We're looking different opportunities of the center since 1986, Dollinger said. Gorda, call 941-639-3034, or
at ... embracing the for them here," Dollinger is being revamped. In addition, the center email cooper-Street@yahoo.
PUNTA GORDA community as a whole. told Punta Gorda City "We are going to keep is looking to partner com.
Changes are underway at We're taking baby steps Council members at the best parts of Study with other community
New Operation Cooper right now." a recent meeting. "We Partners and we're going organizations to carry make it multigeneration-
Street. Among the changes are very excited about to kick it up a notch," out its goals. al and you have facilities
After a period of underway at Cooper getting that started." Dollinger said. "We are Mayor Rachel Keesling there that people could
fiscal instability that Street is a new lineup of The four-week camp working to align the suggested Cooper Street use," Pralke said. "That
threatened the recreation programs that emphasiz- will focus on a different after-school program leaders collaborate would create awareness."
center's future, New es education and learn- theme earth, air, water with what the children with agencies like Dollinger told city
Operation Cooper Street, ing, Dollinger said. and life each week. are doing during the the Charlotte Harbor leaders Cooper Street
located in the Trabue Last week, the center "The camps in the school day in their Environmental Center plans to hire an executive
Woods section of the city, began accepting appli- past had been primarily classes. They will have on the summer camp director by the summer.
is taking "baby steps" nations for a new four- been more day care, access to the same com- program. "We're certainly not
to transform itself into week summer program Dollinger said. "So we're puter programs they use "They are a good going to hire somebody
a community meeting that will launch in June going in a whole new di- during the day, which resource for curricu- until we know that we
place that not only serves for children in grades reaction and really getting will provide us with very lum material. I hope can meet the salary
children but all citizens kindergarten through a lot more educational specific data on their you would take a field obligation," she said.
in Charlotte County. five. Camp Cooper Eco value." progress, what they will trip out there as well," "But we're looking good.
'As we continue to will teach children about The camp will be run need to master, and how Keesling said. We're taking more than
solidify programs for nature and ecology. by a Charlotte County to help them get there." City Councilwoman we're spending."
the children, we're really "There will be a lot of public school science Longterm, Cooper Nancy Pralke suggested City councilwoman
looking to expand more hands-on science activ- teacher, who has expe- Street's goal is to more painting pickleball Carolyn Freeland ap-
intergenerationally and ities. There will be field rience running summer than double the number stripes on Cooper lauded the center's
getting Cooper Street trips, there will be a lot ecology camps in the of children currently Street's tennis courts to progress. "I'm delighted
back to being a true of opportunities for the past. served. "We hope to encourage players from that Cooper Street is
community center children to really learn In addition, the cen- have over 100 children Gilchrist Park to use the moving forward," she
that serves citizens of about the environment ter's Study Partners tutor- at Cooper Street by the center's facilities. said.
all ages," said board in our community, where ing program, which has time everybody is back "You said you want to Email. bbarbosa@sun-heraid.com
"Postcard weather" COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS
National Day worship and intercession For more information on
of Prayer for 12 hours. The final hour Punta Gor&s Arbor Day
expected this w weekend will be a communitywide Celebration, call the city's
The National Day of Sacred Assembly from 7 p.m. Urban Design Division
Prayer is Thursday. "One to 8 p.m., involving various at 941-575-3372, or email
STAFF REPORT a storm front moves through the nights over Voice United in Prayer" churches and ministries in urbandesign(Opgorda.us.
across the Midwest and the weekend will help is the theme, based on our area for worship and
Patchy and possibly lower Mississippi River keep temperatures Romans 15:6, which states, corporate prayer. For more Wind orchestra,
dense fog should give Valley heading east, up in the mid to high "So that with one mind information about the band to perform
way to sunny skies and Garcia said. Although 80s during the days and one voice you may Charlotte County House of
almost perfect beach the National Weather because the heat will glorify the God and Father Prayer event, contact Monica The Port Charlotte High
weather well before Service will be keeping not have a chance to of our Lord Jesus Christ." Babcock at 941-740-4358, or School Concert Band
the morning commute an eye on the storm escape after the sun Two noontime events email gmj4173(0comcast.net- and Wind Orchestra will
hours, a meteorologist system, it is unlikely sets, Garcia said. are planned locally, both perform a Spring Concert at
with the National Southwest Florida will "That area is going at the Charlotte County City to celebrate 7 p.m. Monday at Murdock
Weather Service's experience any wide- to be flirting with the Administration Building, Arbor Day Baptist Church, 18375
Tampa office said. spread severe weather, 90-degree mark over 18500 Murdock Circle, Cochran Blvd. This concert
The fog should he said. the weekend," he said. Murdock; and at the Punta The city of Punta Gorda is free of charge; however
dissipate before 5 a.m. The highest chance Saturday's high Gorda City Hall Annex, will play host to the donations will be accepted
today and the sun of rain over the week- temperature should 126 Harvey St. 20th Annual Arbor Day graciously. For more infor-
should shine, bringing end is 20 percent in the be around 88 degrees Also, the Charlotte County Celebration from 10 a.m. to nation, call 941-626-7631.
temperatures up to interior of the state. and the sky should be House of Prayer will offer noon today at Laishley Park,
85 degrees throughout "We're going to mostly sunny. The tem- multiple opportunities for 100 Nesbit St., Punta Gorda. Band to perform
Charlotte and portions have almost postcard perature should drop churches, small groups and More than 300 first-grade jazz concert
of Sarasota counties, weather for this time of to around 65 degrees individuals to pray for our students will come together
said Robert Garcia, a year," he said. nation on this 63rd National for this event. Activities will The Port Charlotte High
meteorologist with the A light wind should Saturday night and the Day of Prayer. With Peace include the "Knowledge School band will perform a
agency. The weather blow out of the sky should be partly Church, 21500 Gibralter Trail," a tree-planting Jazz Concert from 5 p.m. to
pattern should re- west to southwest cloudy. Drive, Port Charlotte, playing ceremony, and possibly a 7 p.m. May 4 in Center Court
main in the area for at 5 to 9 miles per hour The temperature is host, the doors will be open It surpriseI'visit from Smokey at Fishermerfs Village, 1200
the remainder of the through the afternoon. expected to be around from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. People Bear. W Retta Esplanade, Punta
weekend, he added. Tonight should be 88 degrees again on may pray any time at seven The Tree City USA program Gorda. This concert is free of
There is a remote partly cloudy with a Sunday and the sky is self-guided prayer stations is sponsored by the Arbor charge; however donations
chance of severe low temperature drop- expected to be mostly focusing on seven areas of Day Foundation, in coop- will be accepted graciously.
weather dropping into ping down to around sunny. Sunday night's power in the USA. Public ration with the National For more information, call
Southwest Florida 61 degrees, Garcia said. temperature should be prayer watches will be held in Association of State Foresters 941-626-7631.
over the weekend as The cloud cover around 67 degrees. the sanctuary with live praise, and the USDA Forest Service.
had requested that it be other than, "Two staff male patient in his 50s Hawkins-Garland said. said. "Then we can see if
PRISON withheld. During the members are down, and I and a female patient in State Rep. Ken anything can be done..."
call which is less than dont know what's going on her 60s were in ttvery sta- Roberson, R-Port Walker had served
FROM PAGE 1 two minutes long an with the inmate." ble" condition when they Charlotte, said he has about 13 years of a
unidentified female There is no mention were taken by ambulance spoken with other local 20-year sentence for
The tape from the pris- at the prison tells the of specific injuries, or to Bayfront Health Punta politicians recently, and burglary and robbery in
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Komen foundations hold awards reception
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The Susan G. Komen Southwest Florida Charlotte County Grant Awards Reception was held
Wednesday evening hosted at Don Gasgarth's Charlotte County Ford in Port Charlotte. Three
grants were awarded at the reception. One of the grants for 2014-15 was awarded to the Virginia
B. Andes Volunteer Community Clinic. Volunteers from the clinic include Paul Dawson, Phyllis Carla Beyer in her Fight Like a Girl shirt; Debbie Munch; Claire Hauenstein, the president of
Dawson, Marge Daisey, Cindy Neads, Kathy Shepard, Jane Sprunk and Jerry Boon; (in front) Lymphedema Resources; and Ellen Poage, therapist and board member for Lymphedema
Phyllis Crider, Susan Boon and Rita Moran. Resources, which was one of the three 2014-15 Charlotte County Grant recipients.
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Family Health Centers of Southwest Florida, located in School-
house Square in Charlotte Harbor, was one of the three 2014-15
grant recipients Wednesday evening. It was represented by Noreen Chervinski of the Virginia B. Andes Volunteer Commu-
Maurie Woosley, Wendy Atkinson and David Lebron were among Josephine Rivera, Tatiana Rodriguez, Lourdes Santillan, Sylvia nity Clinic; Don Gasgarth, the evening's host; Suzanne Roberts,
those attending the reception in support of Susan G. Komen Delgado, Angela Kearley and grants committee chairwoman CEO of the Virginia B. Andes Community Clinic; and Darlene
Southwest Florida. Deb Newman. Ehrhart of Advance Imaging.
Left: Tish Sheesley, mission events
coordinator with Susan G. Komen,
visits with Dorothy Taylor, member
of the grants committee.
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Right: Sarah Layton and April
Barfus worked the meet and
greet table for the Grant Awards
Reception held Wednesday evening
at Don Gasgarth's Charlotte County
Ford.
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Komen Southwest Florida, applauds those survivors
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Delia Booth
and Tom Rice
St. Andpews Golf Club, attending the
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Southwest
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Israel halts peace
talks with Palestinians
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The break in talk s was in Afghan gunman k*ills 3 Americans
protest of an agreement
between the Palestinian As troops withdraw, civilians fear being targeted
Authority and the militant
group Hamas. ByAMIRSHAH and KAYJOHNSON Another American, a statement. However, Interior their safety and even if they
Page 3 ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS female medical worker, was spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said will stay.
wounded in the attack at the assailant was shot by other All three of the dead were
KABUL, Afghanistan Cure International Hospital security guards. identified as American doctors
Stocks close mostly Three Americans a pedia- of Kabul, run by a U.S.-based The attacker's motive was not by Bektash Torkystani, a
higher on earnings trician and a father and son Christian charity, and the clear, police said, and there was Health Ministry spokes-
- were killed by an Afghan gunman also was wounded, no Taliban claim of responsibil- man. But the U.S. Embassy
government security officer at officials said. ity by Thursday night. confirmed only that three
a hospital Thursday, the latest The hospital staff performed As international troops American citizens had been
in a series of attacks on for- surgery on the attacker, who withdraw, civilian workers killed. Cure said a doctor was
eign civilians that has rattled had shot himself, before he increasingly fear they are one of three people killed.
aid workers, contractors and was handed over to Afghan considered prime targets by
journalists. authorities, Cure said in a militants. Some are rethinking GUNMAN14
It was the seventh time in the
last eight days that the S&P FDA moves to regulate e-cigarettes
500 has closed higher. Despite
the recent upward momentum, By MICHAEL FELBERBAUM
traders remain nervous. AP TOBACCO WRITER
Page 6 WASHINGTON The
federal government's move to
10 things to know regulate e-cigarettes is a leap
into the unknown.
1. Afghan gunman Most everyone agrees a ban
on selling them to kids would
kills 3 Americans be a step forward. But health
As international troops withdraw, and public policy experts carft
civilian workers increasingly fear they are say for certain whether the
prime targets for militants. Seepage 1. electronic devices are a good
thing or a bad thing overall,
whether they help smokers
2. Ukraine moves kick the habit or are a gateway
against insurgents to ordinary paper-and-tobacco
A Ukrainian operation to drive cigarettes.
pro-Russia insurgents out of occupied The proposed rules, issued
Thursday by the Food and
buildings provoked Russia to announce Drug Administration, tread
new military exercises near their fairly lightly. They would
shared border. Seepage 1. ban sales to anyone under
18, add warning labels and
3. US proposes require FDA approval for new
products.
pay-for-priority Some public health experts AP PHOTO
Internet standards say a measured approach is Eric Scheman demonstrates an e-cigarette at Vape store in Chicago, Wednesday. The federal government wants
Under the proposal, a in access provider the right one. They think that to ban sales of electronic cigarettes to minors and require approval for new products and health warning labels
could dema nd that high-traffic services REGULATE 14 under regulations being proposed by the Food and Drug Administration.
pay for preferential treatment. Seepage 1.
4. FDA moves to Ukraine moves against insurgents
regulate e-cigarettes
The proposed rules would ban sales By YURAS KARMANAU people, this is clearly a grave
to anyone under 18, add warning
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER crime," Putin said.
labels and require FDA approval for
His statement and the
new products. Seepage 1. SLOVYANSK, Ukraine announcement of new mil-
- Russia announced new itary maneuvers by Defense
5. Winning Powerhall military exercises Thursday Minister Sergei Shoigu sharp-
involving ground and air ened anxiety over the prospect
ticket sold in Collier forces near its border with of a Russian incursion into
County Ukraine, swiftly responding to Ukraine. Russia s foreign
The winning ticket was purchased a Ukrainian operation to drive minister warned a day earlier
at a convenience store in Golden Gate pro-Russia insurgents out that any attack on Russian
of occupied buildings in the citizens or interests in eastern
Estates. Seepage 1.
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have passed the country's he said in a statement. Twenty-nine other wrong direction.
first state bill to require Genetically modified states have proposed "It sets the nation on MIAMI (AP) (Bloomberg) -
the labeling of genetically organisms often used bills this year and last to a costly and misguided Chiquita Brands Meredith Corp. is shutting
modified foods, under- in crop plants have require genetically modi- path toward a 50-state International asked a down regular publication
scoring a division be- been changed at their ge- fied organism or GMO patchwork of GMO federal appeals court of Ladies' Home Journal
tween powerful lobbyists netic roots to be resistant labeling, according to labeling policies that will Thursday to dismiss and will use the 130-year-
for the U.S. food industry to insects, germs or her- the National Conference do nothing to advance lawsuits filed against old magazine's brand only
and an American public bicides. The development of State Legislatures. the safety of consumers," the produce giant by online and for standalone
that overwhelmingly says in Vermont is important Two other New England the grocers' association relatives of thousands of special issues to be sold on
it approves of the idea. because it now puts the states have passed laws said in a statement. Colombians killed in a newsstands.
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approved the measure ernments taking a stance ing, but the legislation appointed thatVermont tending the cases do not female magazine readers
Wednesday evening, about against a practice that takes effect only when is going at it alone and belong in a U.S. court. remains healthy, Meredith
a week after the state has led to bountiful crops neighboring states also had hoped for a regional John Hall, attorney for has other publications
Senate, and Gov. Peter and food production approve the requirement. approach. Trying to have Charlotte, N.C.-based such as Parents and Family
Shunilin said he plans to but has stirred concerns They are Maine and 50 different state rules Chiquita, told a three- Circle that suit their needs,
sign it. The requirements about the dominance of Connecticut; neither about what goes on food judge panel of the I Ith Meredith Chief Executive
would take effect July 1, big agribusiness and the neighbor Vermont. packaging "gets very U.S. Circuit Court of Officer Steve Lacy said
2016, giving food produc- potential for unforeseen Organic farmers and costly, very confusing Appeals that any legal Thursday on a conference
ers time to comply. effects on the natural others are praising and very difficult for the action by the relatives call. The company plans to
Shunilin praised the environment. Some Vermont's move, while the entire food industry to should be pursued in shift Ladies' Home Journal
vote. "I am proud of scientists and activists Washington, D.C.-based comply with," said the Colombia. advertisers and subscribers
Vermont for being the worry about potential Grocery Manufacturers association's president, The lawsuits accuse to its other magazines, he
first state in the nation to effects on soil health and Association, which Jim Harrison. Chiquita, which for said.
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plantations in Colombia, a drain in fiscal '15 on the
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group labeled a terrorist December 1883, Ladies'
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now legal in all 50 states, ing of about 70,000 people traveling. more lenient gun regu- only made the payments shifts from a female
the National Rifle Friday in Indianapolis, "Right now it takes nations to trump stricter because of threats against perspective. Its first photo -
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weeWs annual meeting that concealed weapons find out where you are or travel across state lines. the AUC the Spanish 1898, with a picture of First
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Israel halts peace talks
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discuss the new Palestinian Charlotte County Spring
deal. The rival Palestinian Gaza's Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, right, shows a
factions Harnas and Fatah copy of a signed agreement while sitting next to senior Fatah
announced the reconcil- official Azzam al-Ahmad during their press conference after
nation plan Wednesday, the announcement of an agreement between the two rival
meant to end a seven-year Palestinian groups, Hamas and Fatah, at Haniyeh's residence in H o e & G a r d e n
rift. Shati Refugee Camp, Gaza Strip, Wednesday.
Israel objects to any
participation in Palestinian typically refers to financial customs money to the
politics by Harnas, which sanctions against the Palestinians each month.
has killed hundreds of Palestinians. It has withheld these funds S h o www
Israelis in suicide bomb- Despite Israel's decision, in the past as a punitive
ings and other attacks over State Department spokes- measure, money needed
the past two decades. woman Jen Psaki refused to keep Abbas' self-rule
In a statement issued by to declare the negotiations government afloat. Saturd4mmy 'a Sunday
Prime Minister Benjamin over and said the U.S. is Abbas won assurances in
Netanyahu's office, the It still making the effort." recent Arab League meet-
government said it would Even with the tough ings that Arab countries Apr1*1 26 a"O' 27
not hold negotiations with stance, Netanyahu left the would pay $100 trifflion to
a government "backed by door open to salvaging the Palestinian Authority if
Harnas." negotiations, which are set Israel freezes the transfers. 1 OAM-w4pm
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peace, Abu Mazen formed "He still has the oppor- donor countries have in
an alliance with a murder- tunity to reverse course, to the past not met their aid
ous terrorist organization go to the right direction, comn-Atments. Charlotte Harbor
that calls for the destruc- to abandon this pact Saeb Erekat, the chief
tion of Israel," the state- with Hamas," Netanyahu Palestinian peace nego-
ment said, referring to a told U.S. broadcaster tiator, said Palestinian Event & Conference Center
name Palestinian President NBC. "I hope he does it. reconciliation is an internal
Mahmoud Abbas is also Because if we encounter a matter. (Downtown Punta Gorda on the river, between the two bridges)
known by. Palestinian leadership and "Israel had no right to
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Israel also would respond that is ready to pursue gen- said. He condemned any $ 2 A D M IS S IO N &
to Abbas' recent decision uine peace negotiations, possible Israeli sanctions
to join 15 international we're going to be there." as ttpiracy" saying the tax
conventions "with a series Israel transfers about revenues are Palestinian
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Marshall Islands is taking the departments and that other countries will INCREASING
on the United States and secretaries of defense join the legal effort, he said.
the world's eight other and energy and the The countries targeted ProtectYbur
nuclear-armed nations National Nuclear Security also include Russia, Britain,
with an unprecedented Administration. France, China, Israel, Investment
lawsuit demanding that The Marshall Islands India, Pakistan and North Now is the time
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toward disarmament and are modernizing their parties to the 1968 Nuclear to repair & upgrade
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Page 4 WIRE www.sunnewspapers.net FROM PAGE ONE The Sun /Friday, April 25, 2014
Potential for health risk seen with marijuana use ALMANAC
Today is Friday, April 25, the
(LA Times) Over otherwise healthy patients risks associated with Heart Association. That pressure and worrisome 115th day of 2014. There are
a five-year period, a show up in emergency marijuana use." And with evidence, Jouanjus added, cholesterol numbers. 250 days left in the year.
government-mandated departments with symp- a growing movement to should prompt cardiolo- Rezkalla and Kloner Today in history
tracking system in France toms of heart attack, decriminalize marijuana gists to consider marijua- combed the recent med-
showed that physicians in stroke, cardiomyopathy use, they called for na use a potential cause of ical literature for animal On April 25, 1507, a
that country treated 1,979 and cardiac arrhythmia, data-collection efforts cardiovascular disease in experiments, observation- world map produced by
patients for serious health physicians have frequently capable of detecting and patients they see. al studies and case reports German cartographer Martin
problems associated with noted in case reports that measuring marijuana s In an editorial pub- linking marijuana use in Waldseernueller contained the
the use of marijuana, and these unusual patients are cardiovascular impact fished Wednesday in the close temporal proxitnity first recorded use of the term
nearly 2 percent of those regular marijuana users. among American users of AHA journal, Drs. Sheriff with cardiovascular events. "America" in honor of Italian
encounters were with Such reporting is cannibis setiva. Rezkalla and Robert A. They cited evidence that navigator' Amerigo Vespucci.
patients suffering from hardly the basis for de- "There is now com- Kloner asked, "Do we marijuana use probably
cardiovascular problems, declaring marijuana use an pelfing evidence on really know enough about increases clotting factors On this date
including heart attack, outright cause of cardio- the growing risk of the cardiovascular effects in the blood and that In 1792, highwayman Nicolas
cardiac arrhythmia and vascular disease. But on marijuana-associated of marijuana to feel heavy marijuana use may Jacques Pelletier became the first
stroke, and circulation Wednesday, cardiologists adverse cardiovascular comfortable about its use lead to significant changes person under French law to be
problems in the arms and writing in the journal effects, especially in in patients with known in the tiny vessels canymig executed by the guillotine.
legs. In roughly a quarter of the American Heart young people," said Emilie cardiovascular disease blood to the heart and In 1859, ground was broken
of those cases, the study Association warned Jouanjus, lead author of or patients with cardio- brain, such that even
found, the patient died. that "clinical evidence the French study, which vascular risk factors," after clearance of a major for the Suez Canal.
In the United States, suggests the potential for was also published in the including obesity, seden- blockage, blood flow In 1862, during the Civil War,
when young and serious cardiovascular journal of the American tary behavior, high blood remains impeded. a Union fleet commanded by
Flag Officer David G. Farragut
captured the city of New Orleans.
In 1898, the United States
Senate s newest class speaks out on foreign policy formally declared war on Spain.
In 1901, New York Gov.
WASHINGTON (AP) against Russia in retribu- repeatedly has challenged ColdWar's clarity has been debate over the post- Benjamin Barker Odell Jr. signed
Fresh voices in the U.S. tion for the annexation fellow Republicans and supplanted by a global war Sept. I I law authorizing an automobile registration bill
Senate are speaking loudly of Crimea and to send a the Obama adminis- on terror against an array the use of military force. which imposed a 15 mph speed
on foreign policy, a new clear signal to Moscow tration over National of faceless enemies. Until recently, a hand- limit on highways.
generation of Republicans about further aggression. Security Agency surveil- Sen. Chris Murphy, a ful of senators such as In 1915, during World
and Democrats who "We're essentially lance, the use of drones Connecticut Democrat, Richard Lugar of Indiana, War 1, Allied soldiers invaded
reflect a war-weary nation dealing with a former and spending on foreign joined Paul last year Joe Biden of Delaware the Gallipoli Peninsula in an
cautious about America s KGB colonel," Ayotte aid and wars. in opposing arms for and John Kerry of unsuccessful attempt to take the
next moves. said of Russian President Comniittee leaders Syrian rebels but was an Massachusetts pressured Ottoman Empire out of the war.
Sens. KellyAyotte of Vladimir Putin in a typically get the at- early proponent of aiding administrations and took In 1944, the United Negro
New Hampshire and recent interview. "He will tension and coveted Ukraine and imposing the lead in writing the College Fund was founded.
Rand Paul of Kentucky only respect strength spots on the Sunday penalties on Russia. laws with far-reaching In 1945, during World War 11,
stand on either side of and doesn't respect morning talk shows, the Virginia Democrat Tim implications worldwide. U.S. and Soviet forces linked up
the growing divide in the accommodation." only-in-Washington stan- Kaine has focused on Shaping the outlook of on the Elbe River, a meeting that
GOP, pitting those who Paul, for his part, voted dard that says a senator Afghanistan as the U.S. these men were decades dramatized the collapse of Nazi
favor more robust U.S. against providing $1 bil- has arrived. When the draws down its military of a Cold War standoff Germany's defenses. Delegates
engagement overseas lion in loan guarantees to topics are global hot spots forces after more than and the scars of Vietnam. from some 50 countries met in
against an isolationist's cash-poor Ukraine and like Ukraine, Afghanistan, a decade of war. At For members of the San Francisco to organize the
deficit-driven concerns punishing Russia for its Syria and Iran, television the same time, he has new generation, which United Nations.
about the cost of foreign brazen moves last month. hosts are turning to a established a bipartisan also includes Sen. Marco In 1964, vandals sawed off
entanglements. Ayotte, He raised concerns that new group of senators Senate group of about 10 Rubio, R-Fla., the world the head of the "Little Mermaid"
a self-described Ronald the aid would have "the young, studious and with to change how presidents view is shaped by the statue in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Reagan Republican, is perverse impact of using just a few years on the job. consult with Congress on terror attacks of Sept. I I In 1974, the "Carnation Revo-
moving ahead with a American tax dollars These lawmakers offer sending the military into and the long conflicts in lution"took place in Portugal as
new batch of sanctions to reward Russia." Paul more nuanced views as the war amid the growing Iraq and Afghanistan. a bloodless military coup toppled
the Estado Novo regime.
In 1983, 10-year-old
to Afghanistan in 2005. dozen people. In March, eastern province of Khost, of working in conflict Samantha Smith of Manchester,
GUNM AN Health Minister Soraya gunmen slipped past killing photographer zones. Maine, received a reply from
Dalil said the other two security at an upscale Anja Niedringhaus and "We're not seeing aid Soviet leaderYuri V. Andropov to
FROM PAGE 1 dead Americans were a hotel and killed several wounding veteran corre- workers running for a letter she'd written expressing
father and son, who were diners in its restaurant. spondent Kathy Gannon. the airport, but many concern about possible nuclear
Among the dead was visiting, and a U.S. nurse Two foreign journalists The hospital shooting organizations are taking war; Andropov reassured
Dr. Jerry Umanos, a was wounded. were killed and another is also the second "insid- a careful look at their Samantha that the Soviet Union
57-year-old pediatrician The shooting contin- wounded in two separate er attack"by a member security postures," said did not want war, and he invited
from Chicago, according ued a deadly pattern of attacks. of Afghan security forces Graeme Smith, a senior her to visit his country, a trip
to his mother-in-law, attacks on civilian targets But attacks on Western targeting foreign civilians analyst in Kabul for Samantha made in July.
Angie Schuitema. The in Kabul. civilians have not been this month. the International Crisis Today's birthdays
Lawndale Christian In January, a Taliban limited to Kabul. On While aid groups have Group. "The hard reality
Health Center in Chicago attack on a popular April 4, an Afghan been targeted before, the is that the country is Movie director-writer Paul
said Umanos worked restaurant with suicide police officer shot two frequency of such attacks becoming more violent, Mazursky is 84. Actor Al Pacino
there for more than bombers and gunmen Associated Press jour- has disturbed a commu- and Kabul has not is 74. Rock musician Stu Cook
16 years before moving killed more than a nalists working in the nity used to the daily risk escaped this pattern." (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
is 69. Singer Bjorn Ulvaeus
(ABBA) is 69. Actress Talia Shire
that's come along in a them to move on to tobac- Center for Public Policy risks of e-cigarettes and is 68. Actor Jeffrey DeMunn
REGULATE century to make the cig- co. And some wam that the Research, a conservative other tobacco products is 67. Rock musician Michael
arette obsolete," said FDA regulations could have think tank in Washington. as well as who uses them Brown (The Left Banke) is 65.
FROM PAGE 1 David Abrams, executive unintended consequences. Scientists haven't and why. Rock musician Steve Ferrone
director of the Schroeder "If the regulations are finished much research The FDA has left the (Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers)
the devices, which heat a Institute for Tobacco too heavy-handed, they'll on e-cigarettes, and the door open to further reg- is 64. Actor Hank Azaria is
nicotine solution to pro- Research and Policy have the deadly effect of studies that have been ulations, such as a ban 50. Rock singer Andy Bell
duce an odorless vapor Studies at the American preventing smokers from done have been incon- on TV advertising and (Erasure) is 50. Rock musician
without the smoke and Legacy Foundation. quitting by switching to elusive. The government fruit- or candy-flavored Eric Avery is 49. TV personality
tar of burning tobacco, Still, some wonder these dramatically less is pouring millions into e-cigarettes measures Jane Clayson is 47. Actress
can help smokers quit. whether e-cigarettes keep harmful alternatives," research to supplement that some anti-smoking Renee Zellweger is 45. Actress
"This could be the sin- smokers addicted or hook said Jeff Stier, senior independent and compa- groups and members of Gina Torres is 45. Actor Jason
gle biggest opportunity new users and encourage fellow at the National ny studies on the health Congress are demanding. Lee is 44. Actor Jason Wiles is
44. Actress Emily Bergi is 39.
residents voted to split Actress Marguerite Moreau is
UKRAINE off from Ukraine. Russian 37. Singer Jacob Underwood is
troops backed up local 34. Actress Melonie Diaz is 30.
Actress Sara Paxton is 26.
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The Sun /Friday, April 25, 2014 STATE NEWS www.sunnewspapers.net WIRE Page 5
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Florida doc faces 200 counts of health care fraud
GAINESVILLE (AP) -A treatments that patients did not include how of one prosecutor to decades," she writes. 10 years in prison for
Gainesville doctor sur- never received, authori- much the doctor allegedly destroy a person's world, A trial is set for June. each of the health care
rendered this week after ties said. billed the government a profession built up over If convicted, she faces fraud counts.
she was charged with She used that money programs for. But her
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of health care fraud for non-FDA- approved for a relatively low dollar
allegedly charging the drugs and devices online amount in 2012, accord-
government full price from Canada and other ing to federal health
for prescription drugs, countries, including officials. She billed just
even though she was mislabeled birth control over $55,000 compared
giving patients cheaper devices and osteoporosis to the state's top two
drugs not approved drugs, according to the billers, aWest Palm Beach As a .1; ... .... i Newspaper Subscriber
by the Food and Drug indictment. ophthalmologist who
Administration. The doctor then billed nearly $21 million you can access your account
U.S. Attorney's officials charged the government and an Ocala cardiologist inform ation online at
said Ona Colasante, 57, for administering those who billed $18 million.
turned herself in Tuesday drugs, according to the In a January blog post, www.yoursun.com
after being indicted by a indictment. Officials said the doctor details how she
grand jury. Colasante gave the drugs was forced to close her Go to Directory and then My Subscription
Colasante "mislead- to patients without their practice after the FBI raid-
ingly" billed Medicare, knowledge or consent. ed her office in 2011 and
Medicaid, and Blue Cross "She is going to defend that her bank account had Pay Subscription Renewal Notice
Blue Shield of Florida for each and every allegation been frozen. In the blogs, Transaction History Stop or Start Service
medical tests, including in an attempt to clear she says she has no idea
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STATE NEWS BRIEFS
Florida Senate the race is still volatile. soda and some trail
01(s speed "Florida voters contin- mix before taking the
limit bill ue to have reservations Florida Comprehensive
and mixed views about Assessment Test.
TALLAHASSEE (Ap) both presumptive party Brevard County schools
Speed limits on Florida nominees for governor," spokeswoman Michelle
highways could be raised Brad Coker, managing Irwin says they've advised S.U N
to 75 miles per hour under director of Mason-Dixon, officials at Creel Elementary Sharlott
a bill the Senate passed. said in a telephone School to provide only
The Senate voted 27-11 interview Thursday. water to students.
on Thursday to pass the The poll did not Irwin says Principal
bill, despite concerns by include former Senate Kathryn Eward started serv-
some that it would make Minority Leader Nan ing soda and tirail mix about
roads more dangerous. Rich of Weston, who is 10 years ago after reading
The measure would challenging Crist in the about its positive effect on
allow the Department of Democratic primary. students taking tests.
Transportation to raise Scott trails Crist by The newspaper reports
the speed limit on inter- eight points, 45-37, that Eward says it was
state and limited access among Hispanics, a part of an effort to get
highways from 70 to 75 coveted voting bloc that kids excited about the
miles per hour, from 65 to comprises a growing FCAT. ol
70 miles per hour on rural, portion of "swing" Now the students get
four-lane divided high- independents consid- water and trail mix.
ways and up to 65 miles ered critical for a win
per hour on other roads. in November. Scott
It does not automatically appointed Carlos Lopez-
raise the speed limits. Camera, a former state
An identical bill is waiting representative who is
for a vote in the House. of Cuban descent, as
his lieutenant governor, lard 's
and has come out this
University to week strongly in favor of
students: no seifies in-state tuition for un-
at graduation documented immigrant
students, something AFTER EASTER
TAMPA (AP) In the pushed by Hispanic
coming weeks, graduates lawmakers for years.
of the University of South CLEARANCE
Florida will be able to
frame their diplomas Fla. House poised
but not a seffie of their to OK changes
walk across the com- to state pension 0/0
mencement stage.
The university's TALLAHASSEE (AP) 40
Division of Student The Florida House is
Affairs is warning poised to pass a bill that
students against inap- would stop elected offi-
propriate behavior at cials and top employees OO F F
the ceremonies at the in state government from
SunDome and elsewhere, enrolling in the state's
including taking "selfies" traditional pension plan. LA D IE S
on stage with President The House spent nearly
Judy Genshaft or other two hours on Thursday L SPORTSW EAR
dignitaries. discussing the legislation,
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Stocks lose mostly New owner at
.~gero er*g 2nd Chance Furnishings
Owners Karen and to information provided
NEWOR (P)-Th uwad omntu, ndstia avrae loedRoger Taylor by the organization.
NEWOR (P)- Te pwrdmoentm, inusril aergeclse of 2nd Chance Enrollment for summer
stock market closed most- traders remain nervous. at 16,501.65, unchanged HoeFrihiga 4 rgas tteGn
ly higher Thursday, helped "Everyone is a little on the day.142TaimTrlMthesBy&Grs
by positive earnings out of apprehensive as we Apple was among the nerAvaosFmiyCu, 81S4Bsan
several large U.S. compa- move higher, waiting for biggest gainers in the S&P Rsarnhvsod\Steve DrvNthPtino
nies including Apple and the next shoe to drop 500 and helped push the \etarat SachkdDieNrh ot i o
their business to Leo Sacka open. Summer pro-
construction equipment that's going to make the Nasdaq composite up uealtrc
maker Caterpillar. market head lower," said more than the rest of the BueJ. fetv rm n
The markets gains Jonathan Corpina, a floor broader market. May 1. They have been a program focusing on
were modest, however, trader at the New York Apple rose $43.02, or family-owned business reading, writing, field
as investors turned their Stock Exchange with 8 percent, to $567.77 for 20 years in North ham, roasted breast trips and computer-based
eye bak t Rusiaand Meidin Euit Patnes. ftr te Clifrni-baed Port, providing quality of turkey, fresh baked activities; culinary
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BUSIN SS N WS B IEFSeveryone's compliments, The Olde World blood drive open to the
smiles and support, Restaurant, 14415 community from 10 a.m.
US jobless GM manag es General Electric making it seem like fami- Tamiami Trail, North to l p.m. Tuesday. For
claims rise more $125 million profit said in talks to buy ly and not a business. Port, wants to remind more information, call
than forecast amid recall crisis France's Alstom This is not goodbye, everyone that they have 941-426-11230orvisit www.
because you may see karaoke on Fridays from TheRxCares.com.
WASHINGTON DETROIT (Detroit Free NEWYORK (Bloomberg) Karen from time to time 7 to 10 p.m. They will be *
(Bloomberg) More Press) General Motors General Electric is in in the store helping out offering veal parmesan Limited to the first 22
Americans than forecast Co. eked out a small profit talks to buy Alstom, the the new owner when he or Bourbon New York aspiring Greek chefs,
filed applications for in the first quarter, strongly French builder of power needs extra help or goes strip steak for Mother's a Greek cooking class
unemployment benefits outperforming investors' plants and transmission on vacation so please Day on May 11. May 10 will be held at Greek
last week as the Easter expectations amid a recall gear, people with knowl- welcome Leo at the shop. will feature a perfor- Grille & Gallery at
holiday period made it crisis that threatened to edge of the matter said, For more information, mance of The Goldtones 2 p.m. Sunday at 14828
more difficult to adjust temporarily plunge the in what would be GE's call 941-426-3627 or email at 6 p.m.; May 17 will see Tamiami Trail in the
the data for seasonal automaker into the red. biggest acquisition ever. 2ndchancefurnishing@' Kim Jenkins with classic North Port Commons,
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jobless claims in- net income of $125 million, announced as early as next and '60s, and on May 24, is $50, which includes
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329,000 in the week year earlier, avoiding what asked not to be identified & Country Club, 5301 ing from 7 to 10 p.m. being prepared and
ended April 19, the most could have been its first because the talks are pri- Heron Creek Blvd., off with rock 'n' roll music. wine or refreshments.
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Department report 17taright coprftbe rany' nasportuineoswhic host a Mother's Day on any of these perfor- melitzanosalata, hori-
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315,000. The adjustment $1.3 billion in expenses said. Alstom's other assets per person; children the best of both worlds Steve Sachkar is
during spring holidays associated with GM's represent more than 4-10 are half-price and academic support, publisher of the North
is hard to quantify from ignition switch defect 70 percent of sales. children under 3 eat healthy lifestyles and Port Sun. Email him at
year to year, a Labor crisis and other recalls A potential transaction free. They will be serving leadership development, ssachkar@sun-herald.
Department spokesman that dragged down the may value Alstom at many favorite brunch all rolled into fun and im- com or fax business
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50 100150200 300 500 Apr 29 May 6 May 14 May 21 Atlanta 76 52 pc 81 58 s Knoxville 71 47 pc 79 53 pc
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Weeds 0 Gulf Water Punta Gorda Cleveland 59 41 r 57 38 pc Oklahoma City 84 58 s 92 59 pc
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Wild outing by Erik Bedard
sends Rays to a loss against
SPORTS Twins, 9 Page 3
Friday, April 25, 2014 YourSun.com Facebook.com/SunCoastSports @SunCoastSports SunCoastSportsBIog.com Sports Editor: Mark Lawrence
0 PREP WEIGHTLIFTING: State tournament preview Football returns
CLASS 1 A STATE Bobcats shed
CHAMPIONSHIP
WHO: Lemon Bay: Eric Smith
(139 pounds), Anthony Marinola
(154, top seed in his weight punchline role
class), Josh Schulte (183), Tyler
Nelson (199); DeSoto County: perhaps the best in school
North Port sets
Michael McEwen (169). history. The Bobcats
WHEN: Today, 10 a.m. sights on first won the Sarasota County
WHERE: Kissimmee Civic Center, championslrip last month
Kissimmee
TICKETS: $9 state medalS and send four lifters to
PARKING: Free Saturday's Class 2A state
DIRECTIONS: Take 1-75 north By ZACH MILLER championships.
SPORTS WRITER One of those state
to 1-4 east. Take 1-4 east to exit NORTH PORT North qualifiers, junior Roman
58 (Kissimmee/Poinciana). Turn
right on Osceola/Polk Line Road Port High School used Morales, is the first Bobcat
to be the butt of jokes in school history to win a
(Route 532) and proceed 4.2 when it came to boys district title after edgin
miles. Turn left onto U.S 17 N/S 9
Orange Blossom Trail and travel weightlifting. teammate Jake Bennett _177.
First ones on the for the 183-pound title
9.3 miles. Turn right onto West
Emmett (which is still Route platform, first ones off the two weeks ago.
532) and proceed seven-tenths platform that's what the "It's kind of a yardstick SUN PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO
of a mile. Turn right onto East Bobcats said they used to the kids work hard; Nyreon Washington runs the ball during a drill on the first day of spring football practice at
Dakin Avenue. Center will be on hear. they've come a long way," North Port High School, which is working out under first-year coach Larry Detwiler, on Thursday.
the left. But the joke doesn't coach Wayne Skelton said The day marked the first practice for Charlotte, Lemon Bay and Port Charlotte. DeSoto County
apply to this year's team, starts on May 1, and Imagine is not conducting spring workouts. For spring game schedules and
MEDALS 16 more photos, check out Facebook.com/SunCoastSports or SunCoastSportsBiog.com.
FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE: 0 PREP SOFTBALL: Cape Coral 12, Lemon Bay 10 0 PREP BASEBALL:
Charlotte 13, Venice 4
Bradenton 6 Port Charlotte 0
Goeddel DISTRICT PLAYOFFS
TODAY
District 5A-11 1
StaX7s h ot Lemon Bay at Hardee, 7 p.m.
in romp
by Crabs Pirates
By JOSH VITALE fall to
SPORTS WRITER
PORT CHARLOTTE Indians
Tyler Goeddel is on fire.
Not literally, of course.
But he might as well be. in final
The Charlotte third
baseman entered last By SCOTT LOCKWOOD
Friday's game with a.225
batting average. After SPORTS WRITER
going 4 for 5 on Thursday, VENICE Coming
he's batting .339 and into Thursday night's
pushing for a top- 10 District 6A- I I final, Port
spot in the Florida State Charlotte High School
League. coach Bryan Beisner said
Goeddel paced the he knew his team had to
Stone Crabs' 13-6 blowout play a perfect game to
of the visiting Bradenton denyVenice its second
IP
on Thursday, driving in consecutive district title.
four runs and scoring two Unfortunately for
more. Eight of the nine the Pirates, they were
starters recorded a hit as anything but perfect -
Charlotte racked up 15 7 ...... committing five errors
and scored a season-high SUN PHOTO BY KATHERINE GODINA and four balks in a 4-0
13 runs while cruising loss to the host Indians.
to a season-best third Lemon Bay's Brooke Clemens reaches for the ball in an attempt to get Cape Coral's Ashley Wagner out at home during "We just kind of shot
straight win. Thursday's regional quarterfinal at Cape Coral High School. The Manta Rays'season came to an end with the loss. ourselves in the foot
"It felt really good. I and made way too many
found some holes today, errors tonight," Beisner
which was nice," Goeddel said.
said. "The whole team A Port Charlotte pitcher
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www.fialottery.com Wilkinson hopes to stav healthy
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April 24N .................................... 1-4-8 S a m fo rd 's
April 24D ................................... 3-8-7
April 23N .................................... 5-2-0 senior ended spring camp as a frustrating. You want to do the with my hand down," he said.
April 23D ................................... 6-3-4 Redshirt senior starter. best you can." "Standing up, you can see the
April 22N .................................... 7-0-2
April 22D ................................... 8-8-3 com es outof "He did a good job for us He was effective when he field better."
D-Day, N-Night spring as starter this spring," Boone said. "He's played last year. He had four to- Boone expects Wilkinson's
healthy. He's right on track to be tal tackles in each of five games, veteran presence to serve the
0 PLAY4 By BARBARA BOXLEITNER where we think he should be. including four stops and two team well this fall. "He's a quiet
April 24N ................................. 6-2-0-0 SUN CORRESPONDENT I think Brandon's going to do a sacks in a win over Appalachian leader," he said. "A lot of people
April 24D ................................ 3-3-0-8 phenomenal job." State University. His four and follow him."
April 23N ................................. 6-3-7-8 Brandon Wilkinson is healthy. The 6-foot-3, 227-pound one-half sacks ranked second "I love coaching him," he
April 23D ................................ 2+9_6 He and the Samford Wilkinson had two sacks in the on the team and fourth in the said. "He's got one year full
April 22N ................................. 0-4-5_1 University (Ala.) football first spring scrimmage and one Southern Conference.
April 22D ................................ 3-3-8-1 coaches hope he'll stay that way speed. He's always going to give
.D-Day, N-Night during the upcoming season, in the final scrimmage. "It was a "His strengths are his first step everything he's got."
his last year of eligibility. blessing," he said about camp. and his quickness," Boone said. At school, Wilkinson said he is
0 FANTASY 5 Injuries have cost the Venice "I stayed healthy. The past two "He's always going to play with about 10 minutes from former
April 24 ..................... 12-17-21-22-27 High School graduate playing seasons I've had some trouble toughness." Venice teammate Brian O'Leary,
April 23 .................... 19-22-26-31-32 time during the last two sea- with concussions." This season Wilkinson will a University of Alabama at
April 22 ...................... 6-20-21-23-35 sons. The defensive end had 12 Wilkinson said he was a not always start in a three-point Birmingham starting offensive
PAYOFF FOR APRIL 23 tackles in five games in 2012 and starter going into those seasons stance when he's at the line of lineman. Wilkinson said he
4 5-cligit winners ............ $58,963-55 23 tackles and four and one-half as well, so being sidelined was scrimmage. Against the tri- keeps in contact with O'Leary
249 4-cligit winners ............. $152.50 sacks in 10 of 13 games last year. challenging. "It's given me time ple-option offenses, he said, he and others from Venice, includ-
8,522 3-cligitwinners ................. $12 Assistant coach Chris Boone, to sit back and realize things stands up and plays a linebacker ing Trey Burton, who recently
0 MEGA MONEY who oversees the defensive and understand why I love the position. "For me, I'm more completed his University of
April 22 ............................. 1-16-23-31 linemen, said the rising redshirt game," he said. "It's been real comfortable when I'm rushing Florida career.
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PAYOFF FOR APRIL 22 10W Florida diving
0 4-of-4 MB ......................... $750,000
3 4-of-4 .............................. $2,042.50 M a r t *in g o e s
33 3-of-4 MB .............................. $407 c o a c d ie s
800 3-of-4 .................................... $50 %h C ra in e
0 LOTTO TPC Louisiana
April 23 ................ 13-22-23-35-39-48 STAFF REPORTS FSU men, women
April 19 .................. 9-11-12-14-21-39 course record . ..... GAINESVILLE advance: In Cary, N.C., the No.
April 16 .................. 7-20-41-43-48-51 8-seed Florida State men's tennis team
PAYOFF FOR APRIL 23 falls with 62 University of Florida s
0 6-cligit winners ...................... $36M men's and women's diving topped No. 9-seed Miami 4-0 in the
28 5-cligit winners ............. $4,732.00 in first round coach Donnie Craine first round of the ACC Championships.
passed away Thursday The Seminoles battled for over three
1,304 4-digitwinners .................. $83 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS morning in a boating hours at the Cary Tennis Park.
28,030 3-cligit winners ............. $5.50 AVONDALE, La. Ben accident off the coast of The Seminoles started strong
0 POWERBALL Martin treated a tiny Bokeelia. He was 61. in doubles play, leading all three
April 23 ..................... 19-25-29-36-48 gallery to a course-record "Our thoughts are with matches. Sophomore Michael Rinaldi
Powerball ........................................ 12 round, shooting a 10-un- Mindy, their family and and freshman Grayson Goldin put up
... der 62 on Thursday in the all who had a chance to an 8-3 win over Gabriel Flores and
April 19 ......................... 5-6-29-35-51 first round of the Zurich know and be coached by Diego Soto on court two. Senior Blake
Powerball ........................................ 21 Classic. him," said athletics di- Davis and junior Cristian Gonzalez
PAYOFF FOR APRIL 23 Martins I Oth birdie rector Jeremy Foley. "This Mendez clinched the match 8-6
1 5of5+PB ........................... $150 was his most spectacular is such sad news about against Bernard Tefel and Hernique
0 50f5 ............................. $1,000,0(0 shot in a round full of Donnie Craine. Donnie Tsukamoto on court three.
I 4of5+PB ......................... $10,0(0 loved being a Gator and The No. 8-seed Florida State
55 4 of 5 .................................... $1(0 them as he chipped in spent his career here women's team opened the 2014 ACC
ESTIMATED JACKPOT from 55 feet on the par-3 coaching our men's and Championships by clefeateding No.
$40 million 17th hole. That came a women's diving athletes. -seed Syracuse, 4-1, to move on to
hole after the 26-year-old He will be missed."
0 MEGA MILLIONS former Clemson player he Thirty years of Craine's the quarterfinals.
April 22 ....................... 2-18-19-49-50 hit the flag on a chip from 37-year coaching career
MegaBall ........................................... I behind the green, setting Newman paces Miami
were spent with the jumpers: In Coral Gables, Miami's
... up a tap-in par. Gators. He started his
April 18 ..................... 18-25-38-45-63 The previous record jumpers put up impressive marks at
MegaBall ........................................... 9 at TPC Louisiana was a Gator coaching career the 2014 ACC Outdoor Championships,
PAYOFF FOR APRIL 22 64, accomplished many AP PHOTO in 1976 after graduating setting a school record and earning a
from the University of pair of All-ACC honors.
0 5of5+MB ............................ $48M times, including once Ben Martin waves after a birdie on the 17th hole during the Michigan. A four-time The Canes combined to score
0 50f5 ............................. $1,000,000 earlier Thursday, when opening round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Southeastern Conference 22 points in the jumps, eight by
0 4of5+MB .......................... $5,000 Andrew Svoboda did it to Louisiana on Thursday in Avondale, La. Martin finished the day Diving Coach of the the women and 14 by the men.
16 4 of 5 .................................... $500 take a lead that held up as the leader at 10-under-par 62. Year at Florida, Craine
until Martin surged past coached five NCAA cham- Miami scored in the women's pole
late in the day. Svoboda birdied six of because of darkness at Genzon Golf pions, including Florida s vault, men's triple jump and men's
Corrections Peter Hanson and his last nine holes. Club. first Chris Snode in long jump at the 2014 ACC outdoor
Sueng-Yul Noh were tied Like Martin, the Defending champion Brett 1978. championships
It is the Sun policy to correct all for third at 65. Craine is survived Alysha Newman's debut at the ACC
errors of fact. To report an error, call or Martin matched his 34-year-old Svoboda has Rumford was a stroke back along by his wife of 36 years, Outdoor Championships ended in a
career best Sunday with a never won on the PGA with Englishmen Tyrrell Hatton and new school record with her mark of
email the sports department. third-place tie in the RBC Tour and appreciates David Horsey, Spain's Adrian Otaegui Mindy, and three children 4.28m in the women's pole vault.
how much can change France's Alexander Levy and South Keith (31), Christopher
Heritage at Hilton Head, in the next three rounds- Korea's Park 11-hwan. Levy and Park (30) and Stephanie (26). Scharlow resigns from
S.C. He also finished third At the same time, New FGCU: Florida Gulf Coast University
How to ... last month in the Puerto Orleans has seen its share each had a hole left. England's Ian Four Gators earn SEC
Submit a story idea: Email or call Rico Open. of maiden tour triumphs Poulter had a 69. postseason tennis honors: women's basketball coach Karl Smesko
Mark Lawrence 941-206-1175. Must Martin opened with a It has happened in six of Sweden's Henrik Stenson opened Four Florida men's tennis players announced that assistant coach Abby
contain name, address and phone I O-foot birdie putt, the the past nine years, and with a 71. He was a chance to take Florent Diep, Maxx Lipman, Elliott Scharlow has resigned.
number. first of six birdies on the the top spot in the world ranking from Orkin and Gordon Watson were Scharlow served as FGCUs
front nine, most set up 10 of the past 16. Tiger Woods with a victory. each recognized by the Southeastern recruiting coordinator during her four
Submit local golf scores: Email scores by approach shots within "I'll take that stat," Conference men's tennis coaches. seasons with the Eagles. She was
to golfscores@sun-herald.com. Scores 10 feet. One exception Svoboda said. Trio takar Wah.com Gators senior Diep was named first instrumental in helping FGCU land the




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whole season," Goeddel
0 NFL: MLB:' :GO ED D EL said. "It's good to see
some results."
FROM PAGE 1
Goodell: Haw ff Confidence-booster:
first inning, doubled Goeddel wasn't the only Stone Crab to
and scored in the third, have a big night on Thursday. Center
singled again in the fourth fielder Andrew Toles broke out of his
vote could come
and drove in two more funk at the plate, going 3 for 5 with a
runs in the fifth. In his walk, two doubles, an RBI single and
bid for a fifth hit in the three runs scored.
n e x t m o n th seventh inning, Goeddel It was a much-needed lift for
lined out to the warning
Charlotte's leadoff man. He was
track in right field.
If approved, "He's off to a great start benched in Saturday's game for not
Bucs tickets on sale
running hard to first, and he was given
this season," manager
14-team setup Individual game tickets for a mental day off on Tuesday. Coming
Tampa Bay's home games are on Jared Sandberg said. "He's
could be used into Thursday's game, he hadjust three
sale at www.Buccaneers.com. got a ton of talent. He can hits in his last 32 at-bats.
this season Prices begin at $30. hit, he can run, he can
AP PHOTO play defense; he can do it "I think it's huge,"Sandberg said.
By BARRY WILINER aH. He's still learning the "His rhythm has really slowed down
Tampa Bay starter Erik Bedard delivers against Minnesota during third base position, but at the plate. You see it in his takes,
ASSOCIATED PRESS director Dean Blandino the Twins'three-run first inning Thursday in St. Petersburg. The
NEWYORK -The NFL said it became apparent having him get off to a where he's not really rushing, he's not
Rays lost to complete a 3-4 homestand.
will discuss expanded a 33-yard extra point was start like this is going to really drifting out and getting on his
playoffs at the owners' a wiser choice for the definitely give him some lont fool but h,1 really commanding
meetings next month in experiment. confidence." the strike zone and swinging at better
Atlanta. Blandino added that Much of the success pitches. He's not chasing as much."
Commissioner Roger veteran referees Scott can be credited to a
Twins walk:
Goodell told a gathering Green and Ron Winter mechanical adjustment Solid debut: On Wednesday,
of Associated Press Sports have retired, and will be Goeddel made at the Jorge Rodriguez was pitching on the
Editors on Thursday that plate during the final back fields at Charlotte Sports Park. On
replaced by Craig Wrolstad
vote is uncertain on the month of the 2013 season. Thursday, he was under the lights on
proposal to add two teams Sandberg said the third the main field.
Wrolstad had been a field
to the postseason. Should p a s t R a S baseman has become a Called up from extended spring
the owners vote on the lot "shorter and quieter at training to shore up a thin bullpen
side judge; both have col-
increase in May, Goodell the plate," allowing him to after Wednesday's Winning game, the
lege refereeing experience.
said the 14 quicken his stroke, swing
-team playoffs Two female officials will Bedard labors RAYS AT 22-year-old gave the Stone Crabs 3 18
could be implemented for at better pitches and not innings, giving up one run on four hits
work minicamps and pre- again, but will WHITE SOX expand the zone as much and a walk while striking out three.
the upcoming season, or season games: line judge
as he did in his first two
for 2015. stay in rotation WHO: Tampa Bay (10-12) at He replaced right-hander D.J. Slaton
If no vote is taken, then Sarah Thomas and head Chicago (11-12) "nor-league seasons.
linesman Maia Chaka. on the roster, who had warmed up in
2015 would be the target Both work in Conference By MARC TOPIKIN WHEN: Today, 8:10 p.m. Goeddel hit.246 in 2012 Wednesday's game and would have
TAmPA BAY TiMES and.249 in 2013. After
for expanded playoffs, WHERE: U.S. Cellular Field been unavailable to pitch on Thursday.
with a vote possible in USA. They are part of ST. PETERSBURG PROBABLE PITCHERS: Chris tonight, he's batting.339
the league's officiating with two home runs and "That was great. A huge help for
October or next March. The way Erik Bedard Archer (2-1, 3.65) vs. Erik
development program. 16 RBIs in 2014. us,"Sandberg said."For him to come
The league also would started Thursday's 9-7 Johnson (1-1, 5.32)
need to consult with the The NFL also hired loss, walking four in a TV: Sun Sports "Coming into last year, up from extended spring training, with
the sons of two current I was pretty inconsistent two years of experience, and show
players union on the three-run first inning, RADIO: 620 AM, 1220 AM, 1480
officials: field judge Brad : with my swing," Goeddel some poise and pitch in a game like
matter, but it seems clear allowing nine of the first AM, 1530 AM, 1580 AM
more playoff teams are on Freeman, the son of back 12 Minnesota batters to said. "But I finally figured that ... He pitched very well."
judge Steve Freeman,
the way. reach base, throwing 67 something out that last
"We're being very de- Buffalo; and field judge pitches to get his first just got to be patient, month last year, and I was Injury update: Injured
liberate about it," Goodell six outs, it seemed a fair and sometimes patience able to carry it over into starting pitcher Jeff Ames (sore
Shawn Hochuh, son of question if Tampa Bay is rewarded," Maddon this year."
said. "We want to make right bicep) threw a bullpen session
referee Ed Hochuh. would even take him on said. "I dont think we're Goeddel said he doesn't
sure we do it in the right on Thursday. Sandberg said the
11 Goodell and various the flight to Chicago. normally a knee-jerk kind look at his stats often this
way. right-hander looked good and felt
The NFL will experi- other NFL executives Instead, he's staying in of a group, so just keep early in the season, saying
ment with snapping the were asked about the their tattered rotation, working the plan and see doing so "can play mind great. The team hasn't mapped out
next week's rotation, but Sandberg
ball from the 15 -yard repercussions from the slated for his next appear- how it plays out. games with you." But if he said Ames will return to the rotation
line on extra points in bullying incidents with ance on Tuesday night "For right now it obvi- checks his numbers after and start sometime between Sunday
Thursday's win, he might
the first two weeks of the the Miami Dolphins when they move on to ously hasnt been fun. But : and Wednesday.
: like what he sees.
preseason to make them involving Jonathan Martin Boston's Fenway Park. you've got to keep working:
more challenging. A kick and Richie Incognito. The reality for the Rays, : "The swing has been (ontaahsh Vitale at 941-206-1122
"You never want to see right now anyway, is that : feeling really good this orjvita1e@sun-hera1d.(om1
from that distance would what you philosophically
any story that reflects on they dont have any better
wind up being about 33 have in place."
that we dont have the options to fill out their
yards. Previously, the plan That patience has been
starting five after David STONE CRABS GAME REPORT
had been to experiment right workplace envi- tested the past couple
with moving kicks back to ronment," Goodell said. Price and Chris Archer weeks, as Bedard's outin
than Bedard, Cesar Ramos 9 STONE CRABS 13, PITCHER OF THE GAME
the 20. "We've redoubled our marked the eighth me in
and Jake Odorizzi. MARAUDERS6 : Jorge Rodriguez, Stone
But in conversations efforts to make sure we the last 10 games a starter
With Alex Cobb, Jeremy Crabs: Making his Stone Crabs debut,
with the league's com- provide the right environ didnt last more than five
Hellickson and Matt HITTER OF THE GAME the 21-year-old right-hander pitched
petition committee and ment ... for everybody in innings and an American 31/3 innings, giving up one run on four
Moore injured, with Alex Tyler Goeddel, Stone Crabs:
various teams, officiating the NFL." League high I Ith time in
Colome suspended, The third baseman, went 4 for 5 with hits and a walk while striking out
............................................................................... with prospects Nathan 22 gam es.
four RBIs and two runs scored as the three. It was a big boost for Charlotte's
Karns and Enny Romero "How long could you bullpen, which was worked hard in
Stone Crabs scored a season-high 13
0 NFL NOTEBOOK not ready, manager Joe take it? Hopefully it's not Wednesday's Winning game.
runs. He's batting .545 (12 for 22) over
Maddon said the Rays much longer," Maddon his last five games with a double, a
known for their vaunted said. "But as long as it triple, two home runs, 10 RBIs and six
B u ffa lo Jills a re pitching depth are needs to (be). If they're the runs scored. QUOTE OF THE GAME
better off sticking with best guys you have to do it "It helps kind of make everybody
who they have, and with right now, you've got KEY INNING : feel a little more comfortable, get
hoping they improve. to keep going and keep First: Charlotte jumped to a into the flow of the game, give us a
p u t o n h ia tu s "Sometimes you've supporting." 5-0 lead in the first inning Thursday lead, let us relax a little bit. That was
on a bases-loaded walk from right : great to see out of the offense, taking
TWINS 9, RAYS 7 LATEWEDNESDAY'S GAME fielder Kes Carter, a two-run single advantage of (Bradenton starter
M anagem ent company's m ove Minnesota AB R H I I Avg. Twins 6, Rays 4,12 innings, from Goeddel, a throwing error by Jason) Creasy's lack of adjustment."
Dozier 2b 3 2 1 0 3 1 .224 Minnesota AB R H I I Av
follows suit by 5 ex-cheerleaders Mauer I b 1 1 2 0 1 1 .264 Dozier 2b 5 0 1 0 1 1 g* Marauders catcher Jin-De Jhang and Manager Jared Sandberg on the
Plouffe3b 5 1 2 1 1 0 .309 Mauer 1 b 4 1 1 0 2 1 .256 a sac fly from designated hitter Maxx Stone Crabs'five-run first inning
1 0 0
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS removed as a color commentator for Colabello rf 5 0 0 0 0 0 .325 Plouffe3b 5 2 1 0 1 2 .303 Tissenbaum. It was the third time
Herrmann rf 0 0 1 167 Colabello ch 6 1 2 4 0 2 .346
Cleveland's preseason games and Pinto ch 3 2 0 0 1 1 .222 -A.Hicks Pr-ch 0 0 0 0 0 0 .175 this season the Stone Crabs scored at
up the pom-poms in Fuld If 5 1 3 2 0 0 .275 pi m replaced by Solomon Wilcots, who Will K.Suzuki c 4 1 3 3 0 0 310 Kubel If 6 1 1 0 0 4 .294 least five runs in the first inning, and




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STANDINGS SCOREBOARD 0 MLB ROUNDUP
AMERICAN LEAGUE DIAMONDBACKS 5, CUBS 2 PADRES 4, NATIONALS 3, 12 INN.
East Division LA ELI ES ORES Arizona AB R H BI BBSO Avg. San Diego AB R H BI BBSO Avg. M .g v
W L Pt G WCB L0 SrHm AwyG.Parra rf 3 2 2 0 1 0 .258 E.Cabrera ss 6 0 1 0 0 0 .297
NewYork 12 9 .571 7-3 L-1 6-3 6-6 Prado3b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .234 Denorfia rf-cf 5 1 2 0 0 0 .333
Baltimore 11 10 .524 1 6-4 W-2 4-4 7-6 ..in5cofes from Wednesday's Goldschmidti1b 4 Ill 0 0 .330 S.SmithlIf 3 1 1 1 2 0 .277 S
Toronto 11 11 .500 l1/ 1/ 5-5 L-2 4-5 7-6 late MI.Bgames appear on Montero c 4 0 2 2 0 0 .276 CashnerlIf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .222
Bon 10 12 .455 21/ l1/ 5-5 W-1 5-7 5-5 Soe ar, g 5.Hill 2b 3 0 0 0 1 0 .232 A.Torres p 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- hr e
RAYS 10 12 .455 2%/ 11% 3-7 L-2 7-7 3-5 KieschnicklIf 4 0 0 0 0 3 .000 Street p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --
Central Division Pennington ss 3 1 1 0 1 1 .286 Grandal c 5 0 1 2 0 2 .250
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Campana cf 4 Ill 0 0 .211 Headley3b 1 0 0 0 0 0 .186
Detroit 11 8 .579 5-5 W-1 9-5 2-3 TIGERS 7, WHITE SOX 4 Bolsinger p 3 0 1 1 0 1 .333 Amarista 3b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .220
Minnesota 1 10 .524 1 6-4 W-2 5-4 6-6 Chicago AB R H BI BBSO Avg. O.Perez p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Alonsol1b 4 0 0 0 1 1 .198b os
Cleveland 11 11 .500 l1/ 1/ 5-5 W-2 7-6 4-5 Jo.akcf 5 0 0 0 0 3 .094 Ziegler p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Gyorko 2b 5 1 1 0 0 2 .139
Chicago 11 12 .478 2 1 4-6 L-1 6-4 5-8 Semien 3b 4 0 1 0 1 2 .235 c-C.Ross ph I 0 0 0 0 0 .045 Venable cf 3 0 0 0 1 0 .203
Kansas City 10 11 .476 2 1 6-4 L-2 6-3 4-8 J.brub 5 0 0 0 0 3 .244 A.Reed p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Stauffer p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
West Division A.Dunndch 4 2 2 1 0 1 .266 Totals 33 5 8 5 3 5 MedicalIf I 0 0 0 0 1 .143
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Viciedo rf 4 2 3 0 0 0 .377 Chicago AB R H BI BBSO Avg. Stults p 2 1 1 0 0 1 .200 T gr
Texas 14 8 .636 8-2 W-3 9-4 5-4 IRmrzs 01202.5 Bonifacio cf 4 1 2 0 0 0 .358 Thayerp 0 0 0 0 0 0 --
Oakland 13 8 .619 1/ 6-4 L-3 6-6 7-2 AIRmrzs 301202.5 Valbuena 2b 2 0 0 0 1 1 .233 b-Hundleyph I 0 0 0 0 0 .320
Los Angeles 10 11 .476 31/ 1 5-5 L-1 3-6 7-5 De AzalIf 3 0 1 0 1 0 .169 b-Barney ph-2b 1 0 0 0 0 1 .121 Vincent p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Seattle 8 13 .381 51/ 3 2-8 W-1 3-5 5-8 G.Beckham 2b 4 0 0 0 0 3 .000 Rizzol1b 4 Ill 0 0 .316 Benoit p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --
Houston 7 15 .318 7 41/ 2-8 L-1 3-7 4-8 Flowers c 4 0 3 0 0 1 .375 Schierholtz rf 4 0 0 0 0 3 .221 iNady rf 2 0 1 1 0 0 .192
Totals 36 4 11 3 215 S.Castross 3 0 0 0 1 0 .274 Toal 42 4 8 4 4 9
NATIONAL LEAGUE Detroit AB R H BI BBSO Avg. Olt3b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .184 Washington AB R H BI BBSO Avg. DETROIT Miguel
East Division R.Davis If 5 1 3 2 0 1 .328 Castillo c 4 0 1 0 0 1 .254 Span cf 6 1 3 0 0 1 .238 Cabrera drove in three
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Kinsler2b 5 1 1 0 0 1 .296 KalishlIf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .222 Rendon 3b-2b 5 0 0 1 0 1 .275
Atlanta 14 7 .667 7-3 W-1 6-3 8-4 Mi.Ca breral1b 4 0 2 3 0 0 .250 E.Jackson p 2 0 1 0 0 1 .100 Werth rf 6 0 3 0 0 0 .265 runs, Max Scherzer struck
NewYork 12 10 .545 21/ 7-3 W-2 6-7 6-3 V.Martinezdch 4 0 0 0 0 0 .290 ia-Lake ph I 0 0 0 0 1 .236 LaRochel1b 6 1 2 1 0 2 .316 out 10 and the Detroit
Wahanto 42 1 .2 1/2 46 L1 77 5 Tor.Hunter rf 4 0 1 0 0 1 .258 lights 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Desmond ss co l Tigesbeathe1icag
MARLINS 10 12 .455 4%/ 2 5-5 L-1 9-4 1-8 sonfb 422000 Totals 33 2 5 1 210 Espinosa 2b 5 1 3 1 0 0 .317 W~hite SOX 7-4 Thursday.
Central Division Cselns3 412101.63 Arizona 120000020- 581 Stamnmen p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Cahif
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Holaday c 4 1 2 1 0 1 .308 Chicago 100000010- 251 d-T.Moore ph I 0 0 0 0 1 .176 Carera hta pairof
Milwaukee 16 6 .727 6-4 W-1 7-5 9-1 Worth ss 3 1 1 0 1 0 .333 1a-struck out for E-ackson in the 7th. b-struck Lobaton c 6 0 2 0 0 2 .250 two-out singles for his
St. Louis 12 11 .522 41/ / 4-6 L-2 4-2 8-9 Totals 36 7 13 7 2 5 out for Valbuena in the 8th. c-flied out for Zimmermann p 2 0 1 0 0 0 .375 RBIs. Rajai Davis hom-
Cincinnati 11 11 .500 5 1 7-3 W-3 4-5 7-6 Chicago 010001020- 41'10 Ziegler in the 9th. E-Kieschnick (1), Kalish a-Frandsen ph I 0 0 0 0 0 .269 eedu ld ige
Pittsburgh 9 14 .391 71/ 31/ 2-8 L-3 6-8 3-6 Detroit 011010 22x- 713 (1). LOB-Arizona 4, Chicago 6. 2B-Gold- Beisp 000000eedu ld ige
Chicago 7 14 .333 81/ 41/ 3-7 L-2 5-8 2-6 E-Holaday (1). LOB-Chicago 8, Detroit schmidt (10), Montero (5), Pennington (1), Clippard p 000000 --addoei w u s
W L Pct stBimsio L10 Str Home Away 3B 2B-- Dunn (), Vicedo(8), RtDayi2) Ramanao(1), Borfaci (6) EJacksonolld). c-Mcouchph I 0 0 0 0 1 .069 Shre(7)lo e
LS Fanelsc 13 90 .5951- 5-5 W-1 5-6 8-3 Dunn (5),0off Scherzer; R.Davis (2), off Quin- schmidt (14), Montero 2 (13), Campana (2), Walters3b 1 0 0 0 0 1 .200 two runs mn six mmnngs.
Sanloadnco 1 1.2 11/ /2 64 L1 84 -7 tana. RBIs-A.Dunn (11), AI.Ramirez 2 (17), Bdig Rsrrpso A ig 0 030 1 Joe Nathan pitched the
San Diego 11 12 .478 21/ 11/ 5-5 W-1 7-6 4-6 R.Davis 2 (8), Mi.Cabrera 3 (13), Castellanos (KecncCRs):hcg4(atlo2 i-Wsigo 0010 0-36 ninth for his fourth save
Arizona 7 18 .280 71/ 61/ 3-7 W-2 1-11 6-7 rth),Holada-(1) SB- DeR na I3) oS BrnfoRS-rzao6Ch:o a ud t tfe edhie0iri i re.H o h
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE scoring position-Chicago 3 (G.Beckham, (E-ackson, SCastro, Rizzo), (S.CastroValbuena, inte7h -tukotfrCipr nte final two outs on a strike-
Wednesday's results Wednesday's results A.Dunn, Flowers); Detroit 3 (V.Martinez, Rizzo). 8th. d-struck out for Stamnmen in the 12th. out where Jose Abreu was
Texas 3, Oakland 0 Atlanta 3, MARLINS 1 Kinsler 2). RISP-Chicago 2 for 9; Detroit 6 Arizona IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA E-Stults (2), Lobaton (1). LOB-San Diego cle o nefrn wt
Seattle 5, Houston 3 Arizona 7, Chicago Cubs 5 forl10. Runners moved up-G.Beckham. BolsingerW, 1-162A4 1 0 2 7 97 5.27 6,Washingtonl14.2B-S.Smith (4),Grandalcaldfrit fengw h
Cleveland 5, KansasCity 3 San Francisco 12,Colorado 10, 11 innings DP-Detroit 1 (Holaday, Holaday). O.Perez H, 1 1 1 1 0 2 19 4.76 (2), Stults (1), Harper (4), Lobaton (4). HR- catcher Bryan Holaday's
Washington 5, L.A.Angels4 Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 2 Chicago IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Ziegler H,l1 % 0 0 0 0 0 3 1.54 Espinosa (2), off Stults; LaRoche (4), offVin- throw to second base on a
Baltimorel0,Tjoronto 8 Washington 5, L.A. Angels 4 Quintana L, 1-2 6 7 3 3 0 3 98 3.'90 A.Reed S, 5-6 1 0 0 0 0 1 10 3.27 cent. RBIs-S.Smith (7), Grandal 2(5), Nady
Chicago White Sox 6, Detroit 4 N.Y. Mets 3, St. Louis 2 Cleto 2A 2 2 2 1 1 20 3.24 Chicago IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA (4), Rendon (15), La Roche (13), Espinosa (4). stolen-base attempt.
Minnesota 6, RAYS 4,12 innings Milwaukee 5, San Diego 2 D.Webb l 4 2 2 1 1 30 3.46 EakoL12532405.2SB-Gyorko (2), Span (2), Werth (3). CS-
Boston 5, N.Y. Yankees 1 L.A. Dodgers 5, Philadelphia 2 Deri PH RBS PEA Veras 1 2 2 2 1 0 1615.88 Alonso (1). SF-Rendon. Runners left in
Thursday's results Today's results Dtot IHRERBSNPRA W.Wright 1 1 0 0 0 1 8 2.70 scoring position-San Diego 3 (Amarista Indians 5, Royals 1: In
Cleveland 5, KansasCityl1 Cincinnati 2, Pittsburgh 1 ScherzerW,2-1 6 7 2 2 1 10110 2.45 Inherited runners-scored-O.Perez 1-0. 3); Washington 10 (Desmond 3, LaRoche, Cleveland, Corey Kluber struck out a
Detroit 7, Chicago White Sox 4 N.Y. Mets 4, St. Louis 1 AlbrqurqueH,3 1 1 0 0 0 2 18 4.70 Umpires-Home, Brian O'Nora; First, DJ. Zimmermann, Rendon 2, Span, Espinosa
Minnesota 9, RAYS 7 Arizona 5, Chicago Cubs 2 Chamberlain H,31 3 2 2 0 1 20 5.87 Reyburn; Second, Dan Bellino; Third, Tom 2). RISP-San Diego 2 for 9; Washington career-high 11I and pitched a four-
Baltimorell ,Toronto4 San Diego 4,Washington 3,12 innings Nathan S, 4-6 1 0 0 0 1 2 18 6.23 Wood ring. T-2:5 1. A-33,085 (41,072). O for 16. Runners moved up-Denorfia, hitter for his first complete game, and
N.YYankeesat Boston,1ate Philadelphia at L.A. Dodgers,Ilate Inherited run ners-scored-D.Webb 3-2. Grandal. GIDP-Denorfia. DP-San Dieg Dai urh dsublb
Oakland at Houston, late Today'sgames WP-Quintana, Cleto. Umpires-Home, METS 4, CARDINALS 1 10 (ECbeayro;Wsigo Des- d Muphy and fsrblCbera
Today'sGames San Diego (Erlin 1-2) at Washington (Stras- Dan lassogna; First, CB Bucknor; Secondi St. Louis AB R H BI BBSO Avg. mond, Espinosa, LaRoche). drove in two runs apiece, leading the
Kansas City (Ventura 1-1) at Baltimore burg 1-2),7:05 p.m. Tripp Gibson; Third, Bill Welke. T-3:14. M.apne: 00002.8 San Diego IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA (|eveland Indians over the Kansas City
(Jimenez 0-3),7:05 p.m. MARLINS (H.Alvarez 1-2) at N.Y. Mets A2,1(,6).Jay cf 4 0 1 0 0 1 .300 Sut 0 041
L.A. Angels (C.Wilson 2-2) at N.Y. Yankees (Wheeler l-2),7:10 pm. HollidaylIf 3 0 0 0 1 0 .244 ThyrH4 H100001 .7 Royals.
(Kuroda 2-1),7:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Bailey 1-1) at Atlanta (E.Santana INDIANS 5, ROYALS 1 Ma.Adams l b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .325 Vincent BS, 1-1 Ill 1 0 0 9 1.64 Kluber (2-2) didn't walk a batter
Boston (Peavy 0-0) atToronto (Buehrle 4-0), 2-0),7:35 p.m. Craig rf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .179 Bni1100023.8
7:07p~~m. Chicago Cubs (Villanueva 1-4) at Milwau- Kassiy A HBBS v.Descalso ss 4 0 0 0 0 2 .115 Stauffer 2%200234 .1 and let Cleveland manager Terry
Detroit (Porcello 2-1) at Minnesota (Correia kee (Garza 0-2),8:10 p.m. Aoki rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .253 Wong 2b 3 1 2 0 0 0 .239 A.Torres W, 1-0 2A 0 0 0 0 1 13 0.93 EFancoMa give 50me needed rest to his
0-2), 8:10 p.m. Pittsburgh (Cole 2-1) at St. Louis (S.Miller Hosmer l b 4 0 0 0 0 3 .301 Siegrist p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sre ,- 110
Oakland (J.Chavezl1-0) at Houston (Pea- 1-2),8:15 p.m. B.Butlerdh 4 0 0 0 0 1 .195 C.Martinez p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Washington IP H RERBB SO NPERA blpn
cockO0-2),8:10 p.m. Philadelphia (R.Hernandezl1-0) at Arizona A.Gordon If 4 0 0 0 0 2 .275 Fornataro p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Zimmermann 6 53 3 1 5 91 4.05 Murphy and Cabrera delivered
RAYS (Archer 2-1) at Chicago White Sox (Collmenter 0-2),9:40 p.m. Infante 2b 3 1 1 0 0 1 .280 c-Bourjos ph I 0 0 0 0 0 .174 Blevins 1 0 0 0 1 1 19 3.48
(Er.Johnson 1-1), 8:10 pm. Colorado (Lyles 3-0) at L.A. Dodgers (Beck- Moustalkas 3b 3 0 0 0 0 1 .153 T.Cruz c 3 0 1 1 0 0 .417 Clpad 1100101 .8 big hits in the Indians'five-run fifth
Texas (Ross Jr. 1-1) at Seattle (Elias 1-2), ett 0-0), 10:10 p.m. A.Escobar ss 3 0 1 0 0 2 .300 iLynn p 2 0 0 0 0 1 .100 RSrao I0001070.0 off Bruce Chen (1-2), who controlled
v01 n..Cevln (Carraso 0-2) at San Francisco eDy(s:o02 a a Facs o n D cf 3 0 2 0 0 0 .38iMEls2b 30 0 0 0 1 0 .125 Strmn L,0- nner2score 0 341 .40 (|eveland's lineup for four innings.
(Hudson 2-1),10:15 p.m. Saturdlay'sGames Ttl 31140 11 NewYork AB R H BI BBSO Avg. IBofSafe(Hrr)WP eni. The Indians have won four of five
L.A. Angels at NY Ynees :0 p.m. nDevegon atSas Facsco 1:05 p. Cleveland AB R H BI BBSO Avg. r y2P B-Gsra nal. Urnpres-Home, Codi Bla- to get back to .500.
Boston at Toronto, 1:07 p.m. Pittsburgh at St. Louis, 4:05 p.m. A.Cabrera ss 4 0 2 2 0 0 .238 D.Wright 3b 3er 0F 25 Tir, arin Hude;Son -4:14 A-22,904
Detroit at Minnesota, 2:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee, 7:10 p.m. Swisherl1b 4 0 0 0 0 3 .205 Duda lb 4 0 0 0 0 1 .254 (41,408).Resia s1I
Cleveland at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. Cincinnati at Atlanta, 7:10 p.m. Kipnis 2b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .244 C.Young cf 4 1 1 1 0 1 .207Res2Pia s1:I
Kansas Cityat Baltimore, 7:05 p.m. MARLINS at N.Y. Mets, 7:10 pm. C.Santana 3b 4 1 1 0 0 0 .137 Matsuzaka p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Pittsburgh, Ryan tudwick lined a
Oakland at Houston, 7:10 p.m. Philadelphia at Arizona,8:10 p.m. Brantleycf 3 1 1 1 0 0 .296 B.Abreu rf 3 0 1 0 0 0 .250 Leaders two-run double after two Cincinnati
RAYS at chicagoWhite Sox, 7:10 pm. Colorado at L.A. Dodgers, 9:10 p.m. Raburndch 2 1 0 0 1 1 .184 C.Torres p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Texas at Seattle, 9:10 p.m. Y.Gomes c 3 1 1 0 0 1 .269 Rice p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --AMERICAN LEAGUE batters were hit by pitches, lifting
Day.Murphy rf 3 1 1 2 0 0 .290 ib-Nieuwenhs ph-cfl 0 0 0 0 1 .176 Excludes late games T0ny Cingrani and the Reds over
Aviles If 2 0 0 0 0 0 .238 Reckere 2 1 0 0 1 2 .227 BATTIN-Viciedo, Chicago, .377; Joyce', itbrhTeesofrh
Totals 29 5 7 5 1 6 Teaas 20 1 0 0 1 .203 Tampa Bay,.364; AIRamirez, Chicago,.352;
5 L O EB O ass~t 000 10 1 Colon p 2 0 0 0 0 1 .000 MeCabrera, Toronto, .350; Wieters, Balti- seventh time in nine games and
Cleveland 000 050 00x- 571 o drop-47420.3 nr,4Ra triN32 kca lreached.500 at 11-11. The Pirates
P *E-B.Chen (1), wisher (3). LOB-Kansas St. Louis 000010000- 1 41 RUNS-Dozier, Minnesota, 22; Bautista, have lost six of seven, scoring a totalI
t R THS1City 3, Cleveland 2. 2B-A.Cabrera (6), NewYork 000 011 20x- 4 71 Toronto, 18; Mauer, Minnesota, 17; Plouffe, of 22 runs in that span. Cingrani
P in e t a r la n d sKipnis (6), C.Santana (3). RBIs-A.Cabre- a-singled for Colon in the 7th. b-struck out for Minnesota, 17; Trout, Los Angeles, 17;
ra 2 (7), Brantley (19), Day.Murphy 2 (17). Rice in the 8th. c-fouled out for Fornataro in JbeChicago, 16; NCruz, Baltimore, 16; (2-2) allowed one run and six hits in
SB-Dyson (3). S-Aviles. Runners left the 9th. E-Lynn (1), Colon (2).LOB-St. Louis Pujols, Los Angeles, 16; Zobrist, Tampa Bay, six innings. He struck out seven and
Y a n k e e s P in e d a ERISPana Ciy or3;Cevlad4 or():of Ln. Bs T Hrz() DnMrh 0 ior,23 re, thiago, 21; Puos Lswakdto
9. Runners moved up-Hayes. GIDP- nu (cr nt a on anlw Mets 4, Cardinals 1: In
Kipnis. DP-Kansas City l (Hosmer, Hayes). (M.Carpenter, Ma.Adams); New York 2 (Colon, Ramirez, Chicago, 17; KSuzuki, Minnesota, New York, Chris Young homered
1 0 a m e b a n = L 2 H ER BBSO NP ERA B re) ISP-St Lui 0 fort3; ue lYork3 TSMearea Toono 3;Aamrz 10start NeW York's comeback and
1 0 -g a m e b a nMariot 32A 1 0 0 0 4 40 2.35 calsoMa.Adams). Chicago, 32; Rios,Texas, 28;Trout, Los Ange- slumping Curtis Granderson singled
Cleveland IP H R ER BBSO NP ERA St. Louis IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA les, 28; Colabello, Minnesota, 27; HKendrick, in a run as a pinch hitter as Bartolo
By THE ASOCIATED RESS expcted a sspension KluberW,2-2 9 4 1 0 0 11101 3.90 Lynn L, 4-1 6% 4 3 2 2 9104 3.30 Los Angeles, 26; Longoria, Tampa Bay, 26;Conadth esbtteCrial
BY TH ASSCIATD PRss expect a uspesion Inherited ru nners-scored-Ma riot 1-0. Siegrist % 3 1 1 0 0 7 4.15 Viciedo, Chicago, 26; Zobrist,Tampa Bay, 26. 0nadthMesbtteCrial
BOSTON Michael of about 10 games, "but I WP-Mariot. PB-Hayes. Umpires- C.Martinez % 0 0 0 0 0 1 3.65 DOUBLES-Colabello, Minnesota, 9; Pe- t0 send lance Lynn to his first career
Pineda says he was just think he got caught up in Home, Greg Gibson; First, Bill Miller; Sec- IP HRnar ER BBS I I 0 300 ,son 9 luff,o Kineoa, s; CtDsonnpi.Clo-23llwdfu
trying to get a better grip the moment of compet- on rAa za(T dmHmr.Colon W, 2- 7 4 1 1 0 8104 4.50 8; LoneyTampa Bay, 8;Viciedo, Chicago, 8. hits in seven innings, struck out eight
on the ball. ing and it got the best of Trres H,4 2A 0 0 0 2 0 28 1.2 TRIPLESAokEKansaew Cto, k2; Abr, Lo adwlesoeDask aszk
Now, he won't need one him." ORIOLES 11, BLUE JAYS 4 Matsuzaka S, 1-1 1 0 0 0 0 1 15 1.69 nesota, 2; I nfante, Kansas City, 2; AMackson, finished the four-hitter with a perfect
h'1 Girardi indicated Baltimore AB R H BI BBSO Avg* Inherited runners-scored-Siegrist 1-1, Detroit, 2; L-Martin, Texas, 2; IStewart, Los nitfohsfrtsaeice20
Of W e.Makaks r 4 10 10 .81 C.Martinez 1-0, Rice 2-0. HBP-by Lynn Angeles, 2.
A day after being David Phelps would N.Cruzdch 4 2 2 2 1 2 .312 (D.Wright). Umpires-Home, Alan Porter; HOME RUNS-Pujols, Los Angeles, 8; with the Seibu lions ofiJapan's Pacific
cuhusn pietr take Pineda's turn in the C.Davis l b 5 1 2 3 0 1 .257 First, Rob Drake; Second, Jeff Kellogg; Third, JbeChicago, 7; Bautista, Toronto, 6; league.
cu tusn pietr rotation. A.Jones cf 5 1 2 3 0 1 .291 Marty Foster. T-3:03. A-22,669 (41,922). NCruz, Baltimore, 6; Dozier, Minnesota, 6;
on the mound, the New 'Wieters c 5 0 2 2 0 2 .348 :6 tied at 5.
York Yankees pitcher was Hardy ss 5 0 1 0 0 1 .231 REDS 2, PIRATES 1 :STOLEN BASES-Altuve, Houston, 9; An- Diamnond backs 5, Cubs
D-bcks lac~ru bO laert~b 0 0 2 17 Cincinnati AB R H BI BBSO Avg. drus,Texas, 9; Ellsbury, New York, 8; RDavis' *nh kB
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FSI- NSCA,1Sp Cu, pactce orColumbus at Pittsburgh, 7p.m. NEWYORK YANKEES -Optioned INF Edmonds (V) 143-8. Locals: Kenneth RichterRLNA ERCEROM B KD BU
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at Rihmon, V' CONFERENCE QUARTERIFINALS contract. Recalled RHP Shane Greene from relay Estero 8:03.40, Charlotte 8:09.03,
at~ihmodV (Best-of-7;x-if necessary) Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Hillsborough 8:09.72, Ll8:75.ocs:TrnFC330967 lost in the first final of
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FSI NASCAR, Sprint Cup, pole qualifying Whee, nRoSuhCroia0dheignrT NES-Nae arn D d eJ u ( ey Jacksan Mcontel 0 4 3 3 6 14 final at the Arena Grand
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TGC LPGA, Swi30pnm kirts Classic, sec- Ontario 5, Stockton 2 Blake Parker tolIowa (PCL). Recalled LHP Zac Greene (A) 38.72. Local: Anthony Deijuste fri.Olympics.
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MAO LEGEmAEBL Wedlnesdlays results RHP Alfredo Figaro to Nashville (PCL). Re- Jack Rogers (R) 1:57.21, Marshall Dillon NeYor4Hutn time Olympic champion
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Indiana 101, Atlanta 85 DALLAS COWBOYS -Signed QB Caleb HJ Anna Peyton Malisia (PI) 5-4, Mer- Wednesday's result
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hitter." 0 NHL ROUNDUP
PIRATES Faulkner said that Football returns
having Ahern ready for
FROM PAGE 1 that situation was part of Boston outlasts
game into a pitchers' the Indians' plan.
duel. "Their first hitter is the
In the top of the fifth, one that could hurt you
Port Charlotte's Vince the most, and he had to D etroit in O T
Farragio reached second be ready for that situa-
on a single and a throw- tion," Faulkner said.
ing error. He advanced to Bruins hold For N HL playoff glance, see
Port Charlotte commit-
third when Kelvin Soto ted three of its five errors 3 -1 advantage Scoreboard, Page 5
singled to left.
Soto's hit prompted in the top of the sixth,
allowing the final Venice in the series Ken Hitchcock said from a selfish
Venice coach Craig run to score. Indians 77" standpoint it would be unfair if
Faulkner to pull By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
reliever Ryan Miller
Hunkapiller and replace Seabrook returned before Backes to
him with left-hander DETROIT Jarome a white-knuckle first-round playoff
struck out two of the four
Ryan Ahern. The move hitters he faced in the Iginla scored with 6:28 left series tied at two games apiece after
in overtime, lifting Boston Patrick Kane scored 11:17 of overtime
was designed so Ahern seventh to end the game. to a 3-2 victory against to left Chicago to a 4-3 win on
would face the Florida "Petrey did a good Detroit on Thursday night Wednesday night. The goal was Kane's
State-bound Petrey at the job pitching and he in Game 4 of their first- second of the game.
plate. Ahern threw noth- kept them off balance," round series.
ing but sliders at Petrey, Beisner said. "We had The Presidents' Trophy- NHL announces Selke
eventually striking him a few hits in there but winning and defending finalists: Anze Kopitar, Patrice
out on five pitches. we just coulddt get the Eastern Conference Bergeron and Jonathan Toews are
"I felt really good timely ones when we champions can advance finalists for the NHrs Selke Trophy,
and really focused up needed them. We'll keep with a win against Detroit awarded to the best defensive
there," Ahern said as he grinding and hopefully on Saturday afternoon at forward. The finalists were voted
was clutching both the we'll come back here in a home. on by members of the Professional
district championship couple of weeks and play
trophy and the game Detroit took a 2-0 lead Hockey Writers'Association. The
these guys again." early in the second period winner will be honored June 24 at the
ball presented to him after Pavel Datsyuk and NHL Awards in [as Vegas.
by Faulkner. "I felt like Niklas Kronwall each had
my slider was working hits for Port Charlotte, Around the league: Henrik
who will travel to District a goal and an assist.
in the bullpen, and I felt 12 champion Estero on SUN PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO Torey Krug scored mid- Zetterberg and Jonas Gustavsson
confident throwing it way through the second returned to the lineup for Detroit in
to the lefty. You have to Thursday. North Port quarterback Brennan Simms talks with Bobcats period to pull the Bruins Game 4 against Boston. Zetterberg
give him (Petrey) credit (ontact Scott Lockwood at coach Larry Detwiler during Thursday's first spring practice. within a goal. Milan Lucic has been out since having back
too because he's a great slockwood@sun-herald.com tied it at 2 early in the surgery Feb. 21. Gustavsson started
third period for the first time this postseason,
Bostorfs Tuukka replacing Jimmy Howard, who is out
Rask stopped 35 with the flu.
MEDALS CLASS 2A STATE
shots. Detroit's Jonas Montreal signed Union College
CHAMPIONSHIP Gustavsson made 37 scoring leader Daniel Carr and Ontario
FROM PAGE 1 saves in a surprise start Hockey league forward Connor Crisp
about Morales winning WHO: Charlotte: Tyler Loche Thursday night, filling in to entry-level contracts. On the ice,
(154), Billy Pesti (238), Forest
a district title. "We train for Jimmy Howard, who the club prepared for what could be a
Palmore (238); North Port:
hard and train right; we was out with the flu. 10- or I 1-day layoff before the start
Kawika Barnes (119), Roman
of its Eastern Conference semifinal
dorft piddle around. It's Morales (183), Jake Bennett
not a visitation thing here. (183), Nicholas Jusino (219); Blackhawks await against the winner of the Boston-
They get after it pretty Venice: Alec Brown (129), Seabrook's return: One more Detroit series.
well." Nicholas Vischulis (169), Tyler game, and Chicago will have linchpin Minnesota left wing Matt Cooke
Morales Bennett, Nick Gauthier (heavyweight). defenseman Brent Seabrook back in apologized for the knee-to-knee hit
Jusino and Kawika Barnes the lineup. St. Louis isn't certain when on Colorado Avalanche defenseman
are the Bobcats' four WHERE: Kissimmee Civic Center, captain David Backes, the player on Tyson Barrie. Cooke drew a seven-
state qualifiers and all Kissimmee the receivi ng e nd of the ja rri ng h i t game suspension from the NHL for the
epitomize the work ethic TICKETS: $9 that landed Seabrook a three-game hit that knocked Barrie out of action
Skelton has instilled in PARKING: Free suspension, will be ready, and coach for 4-6 weeks.
the program. They have DI RECTIONS: Take 1-75 north
also received training to 1-4 east. Take 1-4 east to exit
help from school board 58 (Kissimmee/Poinciana). Turn NBA ROUNDUP
employee Luis Morales right on Osceola/Polk Line Road
(no relation to Roman), (Route 532) and proceed 4.2
who used to compete miles. Turn left onto U.S 17 N/S H aw ks regain
in world weightliffing Orange Blossom Trail and travel
competitions. 9.3 miles. Turn right onto West
On Saturday, the Emmett (which is still Route
Bobcats hope to cap the 532) and proceed seven-tenths edge on P acers
season by bringing home of a mile. Turn right onto East
a top-six medal for the Dakin Avenue. Center will be on
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
first time. Morales and the left. SUN PHOTO BY KATHERINE GODINA HEAT AT BOBCATS
Bennett are the most ATLANTA -Jeff Teague WHO: Miami at Charlotte,
likely to medal, seeded Lemon Bay's Kacyn Shirley laces a hit during Thursday's regional flung in a wild 3-pointer Eastern Conference
fifth and seventh, respec- is basically the grand game at Cape Coral High School. after the officials missed
timely, in the 183-pound stage," Morales said. "It's him stepping out of quarterfinals, Miami leads 2-0
class. The teammates gonna have the same bounds, and Kyle Korver WHEN: Saturday, 7 p.m.
have improved all season impact on me; it gives me M A NTAS PREPSCHEDULE finished off Indiana from WHERE: Time Warner Cable
by being competitive with more motivation." TODAY beyond the arc to lead Arena, Charlotte, N.C.
each other, just as Skelton Charlotte and Venice FROM PAGE 1 Baseball Atlanta to a 98-85 victory TV: ESPN
hoped when he chose not each have three qualifi- Three consecutive District SA-1 1 Thursday and another
ers in Saturday's meet. RADIO: 99.3
to put them in separate DeSoto County has one two-out singles from the Lemon Bay at Hardee, 7 p.m. lead in the series with the INSIDE: Playoff glance in
weight classes. Seahawks tied the game, Boys weightlifting top-seeded Pacers.
qualifier in today's Class : Scoreboard, Page 5
Morales has state : and a fumbled routine Class 1A state championships at Hardly playing like a No.
championship experience 1A state championships grounder handed Cape Kissimmee Civic Center, 10 a.m. 8 seed that finished six
in wrestling, where he and Lemon Bay has Coral a 3-2 lead before (Lemon Bay, DeSoto County) games under .500 during they led by 17 before going cold for
went 1-1 before sustain- four, including Anthony the inning was through. the regular season, the
ing a concussion in his Marinola, who is favored Saturday most of the final 7:43 of regulation.
third match in February to win the 154-pound The disturbing pattern Boys weightlifting Hawks took control in Courtney Lee clinched the win, hitting
for Lemon Bay didrft end the third quarter the
weight class. Class 2A state championships at three of four free throws in the final
in Lakeland. there. decisive period in all three
"The atmosphere is Kissimmee Civic Center, 10 a.m. 10.9 seconds of 01
(ontactZach Miller at 941-206-1140 A Seahawks inside-the- games and held off the
(Charlotte, North Port, Venice) Pacers to go up 2-1 in the
basically the same, states ormiller@sun-heraid.m. park home run, a barely I Blazers return home uD




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Cultural Center hosts second annual Student Art Exhibit
By BARBARA PIERCE
Stay a ctive, check HERALD CORRESPONDENT
I.d0.0..C.n..U. On March 28, the Cultural Center
out o r cal ndarhosted the second annual Student Art
Exhibit. More than 100 paintings and
any lub an orgniztios-i works of art were on display by students
th rea tthae plentyTh of eent of the Learning Place. All students in the
opento he ubli. Te cal-art classes were invited to submit one or
lenge is getting that information to the ttwo contributions for the exhibit.
public, which is why the Port Charlotte Abstracts, oils, acrylics, pastels,
Herald has featured a calendar listing watercolors, pottery and 3-D) art objects
on page 2 for several weeks now. dazzled the large crowd of students,
To make this feature useful to our families, friends and instructors.
local clubs and also the readers, it's "1It's great to see all this talent here,
important to submi calendar itms ...... ....... ..and great to see all this variety of art,"
at lasta fw weks n avane. 'vesaid Nancy Thomas, student in the
added a small introduction to the 21pastel class.
calendar on page 2 to explain how to "It's fantastic! Whfat a great turnout!"
email event information to me. si lnaM~nly ntutri i
I hoe m reaersare njoingpainting. "So many good paintings."
seeing a list of activities each Friday. "I've never seen my paintings hung
So why not go visit the farmers market before," said student Sharron Curley,
today, release a butterfly tomorrow who recently began an abstract acrylics
and plan the rest of your activties for HERALD PHOTO BY BARBARA PIERCE class. "I just love it!"
the week? There's a whole list of events Student June Burns and instructor Dave Harney. Burns' painting won the People's Choice Award In each major category, first-,
waiting for you. at the Student Art Exhibit at the Cultural Center of Charlotte County. More than 100 paintings second-, and third-place awards were
and works of art were on display by students of the Learning Place, which is a part of the made by a juror. Those attending voted
Cultural Center. "I'm thrilled,"'said Burns. "She's my sweetie,"say Harney, who met Burns in one
of his acrylic classes. PICTURE |14
COMMUNITY NEWS
Bob White
Teen ins B ys &bwhite@sun-herald.com
Girls Clubs Youth
of the Year award.
PHOTO PROVIDED PROVIDED BY Fantastic Sam s
I Boys & GIRLS CLUBS OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY
Pet of the week ~Selected among several local out- c lb a e e e t
Daphne is an 18-month-old brindle and standing youth, Joesph Kennedy will an niver[sary
white pit mix. She's a little shy but sweet, compete against other Boys & GirlsJ
well-behaved, and loves to be around Club members for the Florida Youth atsi asonr oe n
people. Daphne and other pets are avail- of the Year title and a $1,000 college ahnai SmonearseRogeryand
able for adoption at the Animal Welfare scholarship from Tupperware Brands Rhndon eo a rset hap to
League of Charlotte County, located at 3519 Corporation. As the new Youth of the anus ne Theol ir e eeth yae ti
Drance Street in Port Charlotte. AHl animals Year for Boys & Girls Clubs of Charlotte business.ithywdlk to thak a e this a
are spayed or neutered and current with County, 14-year-old Joesph Kennedy oprut otakalo hi oa
shots prior to adoption, except for rabies. is a true example of an extraordinary PHOTO PROVIDED guests, both yearly residents as well as
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Herdld Pdge 2 Friddy, April 25, W4
W HATS, I I COMMUNITY CALENDAR
Email your calendar items to
nnoles88@gtnail.com. Pleasefollow the
INSIDE format you see in the listings: Event, STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
time, place, address, description, cost
and contact information.
SOCK HOP
0 APRIL EVENTS
Patricia Anderson Turner's fabric art
exhibit, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
of Charlotte County, 1532 Forrest Nelson
Blvd., Port Charlotte. Show runs from 40
April I to 30. Mary Cavanagh will also
display her glass art in the enclosed cases
at the Fellowship gallery. The gallery is
open from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Thursday, from 11:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. Sunday or by appointment.
Call 941-627-4303.
0 FRIDAY, APRIL 25
Parkside Farmers Market, 9 a.m.
to I p.m., Cultural Center parking lot,
Gertrude side, 2280 Aaron St., Port PHOTO PROVIDED
Charlotte. Team Parkside, in part-
nership with the Cultural Center of March students of the month at Port Charlotte Middle School include: (back row) Jonathan
Charlotte County, sponsors a farmers Pavone and Ms. Gilbert, counselor. In the front row are: Rebecca Diaz, Mitchell Derocher,
Kathleen Thai, Kimberly Grossano and Vandre Facey.
market in the common area of the
main entrance every Friday. Fresh
PRIDE FUNDRAISER, produce, local honey, kettle corn, skin jacinda jazefiak at 941-629-2220 or visit tug of war. Total points for the seven events
care products, worm composting prod- www.CharlotteCountyYMCA.com. will determine the winner; $500 is the
SEE PA6E 6 ucts as well as organic teas, herbs and first place prize, $1,000 in total cash prizes
spices available. For more information, N SUNDAY, APRIL 27 based on a full field of 24 teams. Event put
email parksideba(Ogmail.com. Pinochle, 12:30 p.m., Cultural Center on by the YMCAs Y's Meds Club, and raises
EASTER E66 HUNT Bingo, 11:45 a.m, Cultural Center of of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port money for youth programs in Charlotte
Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte. County. For more information and to sign
Charlotte. up, go to www.yincatnensclub.com or call
Mahjong, I p.m., Cultural Center of
0 MONDAY, APRIL 28 Steve jakubaitis at 941-661-3305.
Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port
"Independent Living" class, 10 a.m.
Charlotte. at the Visually Impaired Persons Center, 0 SUNDAY, MAY4
Chess, 5 p.m., Cultural Center of Port Charlotte High School Jazz
Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port 3459 Depew Avenue, Port Charlotte.
Free, registration required. Call Band concert, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.,
Charlotte.
941-625-8501. Fishermen Village, Center Court,
Euchre and bridge, 6 p.m., Cultural 1200 W Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda.
Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron 0 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30 Concert is free; donations accepted.
St., Port Charlotte.
Free Blood Pressure Clinic, 9 a.m. to Visit www.prideofpc.com or call
Friday Night dance, 7 p.m., Cultural
I I a.m., music room of the Charlotte 941-626-7631.
Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron
County Cultural Center, 2280 Aaron St.,
St., Port Charlotte. Port Charlotte. Dr. Don Delahaye and 0 MONDAY MAYS
registered nurses provide care. Sponsored Port Charlotte High School Spring
0 SATURDAY, APRIL 26 by the Port Charlotte Kiwanis Club. Concert, 7 p.m., Murdock Baptist
Port Charlotte High School Band Church, 18500 Cochran Blvd., Port
Car wash, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Busey Bank, 0 FRIDAY, MAY 2 Charlotte. Visit www. prideofpc.com or
1490 Tarniami Trail Port Charlotte. Parkside Farmers Market, 9 a.m. call 941-626-7631.
Fundraiser for the upcoming marching to I p.m., Cultural Center parking lot,
band season. Gertrude side, 2280 Aaron St., Port 0 TUESDAY, MAY 6
Bonsai Club, 10 a.m., Cultural Center Charlotte. Team Parkside, in partnership Master Gardener Clinic, I I a.m., first
PIL6RIM CHURCH of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port with the Cultural Center of Charlotte Tuesday of the month, Port Charlotte
Charlotte. County, sponsors a farmers market in the Library, 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
SEE PA6E 8 Expressions Fashion Show, 11:30 a.m. common area of the main entrance every Located between the library and the
to 2:30 p.m., Visani's Comedy Club, 2400 Friday. Fresh produce, local honey, kettle used book store.
Kings Hwy, Port Charlotte. Benefits the corn, skin care products, worm compost-
SPORTS Arts & Humanities Council's Art Therapy ing products as well as organic teas, herbs 0 WEDNESDAY, MAY 7
Program for Dementia Suffers. Mother- and spices available. For more informa- Free Blood Pressure Clinic, 9 a.m. to
daughter fashions by Nicole's and Little- tion, email parksideba(Ogmail.com. I I a.m., music room of the Charlotte
Minnow of Fishermains Village; hair and Bingo, 11:45 a.m, Cultural Center of County Cultural Center, 2280 Aaron St.,
make-up by Bisous. Tickets are $35 per Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port Port Charlotte. Dr. Don Delahaye and
person including lunch; $16 of each ticket Charlotte. registered nurses provide care. Sponsored
is a donation to the program. To order Mahjong, I p.m., Cultural Center of by the Port Charlotte Kiwanis Club.
tickets, call 941-764-8100 byApril 19. Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port
"Fly Away With Books" butterfly Charlotte. 0 FRI DAY, MAY 9
release event, noon to 2 p.m., Port Chess, 5 p.m., Cultural Center of Parkside Farmers Market, 9 a.m.
Charlotte Library, 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port to I p.m., Cultural Center parking lot,
Charlotte. Celebrates the opening of the Charlotte. Gertrude side, 2280 Aaron St., Port
butterfly garden. juggles the Clown, free Euchre and bridge, 6 p.m., Cultural Charlotte. Team Parkside, in partnership
refreshments, nature crafts, scavenger Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron with the Cultural Center of Charlotte
hunt, face painting, book giveaway St., Port Charlotte. County, sponsors a farmers market in the
and story time also available. For more Friday Night dance, 7 p.m., Cultural common area of the main entrance every
information, call 941-764-5662. Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron Friday. Fresh produce, local honey, kettle
Charlotte County FamilyYMCA St., Port Charlotte. corn, skin care products, worm compost-
Healthy Kids Day, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., ing products as well as organic teas, herbs
Dotzler Outdoor Center, 22801 Bayshore 0 SATURDAY, MAY 3 and spices available. For more informa-
Drive, Port Charlotte. Family Zumba, Charlotte CountyY's MejYs Club Fifth. tion, email parksidebaftmail.com.
alpine tower, bicycle safety with free bike Annual Charlotte Challenge, 8:30 a.m., Bingo, 11:45 a.m, Cultural Center of
helmet, free haircuts, manicures, pony YMCAs Dotzler Outdoor Center, 22801 Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port
rides, healthy snacks, tour the Punta Bayshore Road, Charlotte Harbor. Teams Charlotte.
6IRLS SOCCER, Gorda Fire Department Safety Trailer of four compete in seven events: Archery, Mahjong, I p.m., Cultural Center of
and receive a free cinch bag for the first basketball shooting, canoe port and pad- Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port
SEE PA6E 15 100 kids. For more information, call dle, corn hole, darts, obstacle course and Charlotte.
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From left, Karen Umber, Melissa Hansen, owner Rhonda Mongeon and stylist Liz Andrade celeb-
arate the seventh anniversary of Fantastic Sams in the Parkside District at the Promenades Mail,
3280 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte. For more information, call %1-627-1007.
BIZ BITS: Fantastic Sams anniversary
FROM PAGE 1 who are enjoying the fun and health
benefits of having a private oasis in
like to welcome Melissa Hansen and their backyard their own little piece
Liz Andrade to their staff. Liz, a color of paradise!"
specialist, comes from Arcadia where At their showroom, clients can
she worked as a stylist and would like view first hand the large selection of
her customers to contact her for an products they'll choose for their new
appointment in her new salon. swimming pool. Samples of over 375
The Mongeons would also like to standard waterline tiles, paver decking
thank all of their guests who voted for and quartz or Pebble Tec interior finish-
them for the Sun Readers Choice Award. es in an array of colors are available.
They earned three awards in the past To celebrate their 25th Anniversary,
five years. Fantastic Sams also named Nautilus Pools will be having drawings
them in the top 100 Fantastic Sams in for some great prizes throughout the
the nation. You can find coupons in the year. Stop by their office showroom,
Port Charlotte Herald on Fridays as well 18380 Paulson Drive, Port Charlotte,
as on Winn-Dixie register receipts. and fill out a contest registration form
The salon is located in the Parkside and they'll put your name in the "pool." For pain here, there and everywhere, come here.
District at the Promenades Mall, 3280 The first drawing is for a Pelican cooler,
Tarniami Trail, Port Charlotte. For more a $300 value, to be held on April 30. There are 360 joints in your body, each one capable
information, call 941-627-1007. Boys & Girls Club of causing pain. Here, at Bayfront Health Joint and
Nautilus Pools celebrates summer program Spine Academy, we offer a complete continuum of
25 years with contest registration is now open care-education, diagnosis, surgery, rehab and
Nautilus Pools Inc. is celebrating The Boys & Girls Clubs of Charlotte follow-up-and expertise in both non-surgical and
their 25th year in business in Charlotte County has their surnmer program surgical treatment options for joint replacement or
County. Pete Coccaro and his wife, registration now open. Space is limited,
Beth, own the family-operated busi- so they recommend to call ahead and spinal surgery. Don't let pain limit your life. Come to
ness. Started in 1989, they've won 21 secure your spot now for your children.
awards for design both state and The summer program is for children the one place with everything you need to eliminate it.
international awards. Nautilus has also entering first grade through 12th grade.
been voted the "Best Pool Contractor Summer program dates are from
of Charlotte County" five times and Monday, June 2, through Wednesday, To learn more, visit BayfrontCharlotte.com,
the Charlotte Desoto Building Industry Aug. 13, with shorter session teen pro- or for a free physician referral, call 941-637-2497.
Association (CDBIA) Contractor of the grams available. Cost is $50 per week
Year and CDBIA Sub-Contractor of the per child or $40 per week per child for
Year. two or more (cost is non-refundable).
Pete Coccaro is a hands-on There is a registration fee of $25 per Free Upcoming Seminars
contractor who personally designs and child. Lunch and snack will be provided
oversees each project. He is licensed daily. To register to attend, please call 941-637-2497.
for both pool construction and screen For more information, call the Boys &
enclosures, allowing Nautilus Pools Girls Clubs of Charlotte County at 941 Shoulder Pain and Treatment Options
to design and build the customized 979-8379 or visit their website www. Thursday, April 24 13:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.
enclosures to the exact parameters of bgcofcc.org. Boyfront Health Punta Gordo Medical Office Building
the pool and deck area. Their in-house 4th Floor Conference Center
team includes a great office staff who Little Good Times 773 East Marion Ave, Punta Gordo
expedites the project through the a
myriad paperwork for design, permit- Diner now open Jeffrey Bentson, M.D.
ting and construction as well as the Owners Arturo and Luz Guido Disorders of the Spine and Treatment Options
construction crew who maintain the opened Little Good Times Diner in Port Wednesday, April 30 15:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m.
high quality control standards that Charlotte back in February of this year. Boyfront Health Punta Gordo Medical Office Building
Nautilus is famous for. They even have Their first location is Good Times Diner 4th Floor Conference Center
a full-time repair technician on staff to in Englewood. 773 East Marion Ave, Punta Gordo
handle service needs. Little Good Times Diner is open for Gregory Gebaurer, M.D.
When reflecting on the anniversary, breakfast, lunch and dinner from 7 a.m.
Pete said, "It's amazing how fast time to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and
flies. I can't believe that we've been in from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday.
business for 25 years! During that time For good food, good times and
we've seen a lot of changes in Charlotte good friends, stop by and say hello to
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Student David Shurnway at the Student Art Exhibit at the Cultural Center. Two of his abstract
paintings were displayed. "Learning to paint was on my bucket list," he said. "It's been fun. It's
fun to be around the people here."
Rebecca Jennings, Learning Place Instructor of pastels, admires one of the winners at the Second
Annual Student Art Exhibit at the Cultural Center. "They did a good job, had a lot of fun, and
learned a lot," she said of her students.
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Student Patty Johnson with her acrylic painting on exhibit at the Cultural Center. "I love the
classes here; I never took art before last year. I never thought I would do anything like this.she
said of the art classes at the Learning Place of the Cultural Center.
Instructor Beverly Yankwitt and student Deana Digangi discuss the paintings at the Student Art
Exhibit at the Cultural Center. Yankwitt is a popular instructor of abstract art.
PICTURE: Student art at Cultural Center
year. I never thought I'd do anything
FROM PAGE 1 like this. My painting won last year; I
for a People's Choice Award. was so surprised!"
"Ordinary people not experienced in "I've learned a lot from the teacher;
art see the paintings one way. Someone she's wonderful," said Thomas of her
familiar with all the different style pastel instructor. "And I've enjoyed
and medias, someone who has been watching the other students change
painting for some time, sees it another and improve in their work."
way," is how McAnnally described the For three years, Dave Shurnway has
differences in the awards. taken art classes; two of his abstract
The People's Choice winner was June acrylic paintings were on display.
Burns' acrylic painting of a tiger. "I took the class because it was on my
"I'm thrilled," said Burns, who began bucket list," he explained. "I hadn't had
taking art classes two years ago. a paint brush in my hand for over 50
The Learning Place offers a large years. I like the people I meet here; it's a
Student Nancy Thomas at the Student Art Exhibit at the Cultural Center. Students in the Learning variety of art classes in oil and acrylic very welcoming environment."
Place art classes were invited to submit their work for the exhibit. painting, pastels, drawing, abstract art, The Student Art Exhibit was on
colored pencil, watercolor, pottery and display for a one-week period.
Port Charlotte/ design. Both day and evening classes For more information on the art
Punta Gorda are offered. classes, call or visit the Learning Place
"I love the classes here," said Patty at the Cultural Center, 2280 Aaron
(941) 766-0115 Johnson, student in the acrylics class. Street, Port Charlotte, 941-625-4175, or
North Port/Venice "I never took an art class before last vAm.theculturalcenter.com.
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By James Barrick
ACROSS 28. Heart 50. Caustic 65.Aromatherapy 82. Cuts 105. Indivisible entity
1. Pueblo people 29. Where Roma is 51.Varnish material: 2 wds. 83. -of London 106. Come about
5. Fishgig 30. Rank ingredient 68. Lawn bowling 85. Sacred bird 107. Pavilion
10. Moving about 31. Crop's undoing 52. Pane of stamps 69. Humclinger 86. Septs
15. Years BC and 33. Place for a 53. Racetracks 70.Auto-care device 87. Any Christmas
years AD, e.g. lecturer 54. Golfer's problem 71. B-F link carol
19. Bit 34. Preposterous 55. Having being 72. Vigor 88. Weedy grass
20. Plain, in 37. Bias 57. Derogatory 73. Astuteness 91. Hockey event
Paraguay 38. Be of use in 58. Limited 75.- -cle-France 92. Bad guys
21.Sound 42. Swabs 59.- -or-famine 76. Superlative suffix 95. Resilience
22.One billionth: 43. Boat 60. Fountain and 77. Pupil 97.Suppleness
Prefix 44.Gravestone, Townsend 78. Fertile spots 100. Feather part
23. Plainness technically 61.Swain 79. Ending for road 101. Freshet
25. Collaboration 45. Long time 62. Commands or rhyme 102. Singer Brooks
27.Woofer or 46. Mineral 64. Greek letters 80. Part of DST 103. Dies -
tweeter 47.Quirk or EDT 104. Dilettantish
DOWN 13. Creature of 34. Soap plant 54. Flavoring plant 69. Meg and Amy's 89.Winglike
1. Holds folklore 35. Cleansing agent 56. Painting on sister, and 90. Harangue
2. Bustard genus 14. In a dependable 36. Precision plaster others 91.- Carlo Menotti
3. "- and way 37.Trapshooting 57. Apparatus 70. Insects 92. Mata -
Circumstance" 15. Cover 38. Set of steps 58. Orbiting body 73. The "manly art" 93. Irish for Ireland
4. Motivation 16. Marsh bird 39. Mutual exchange 60. "- porridge 74. First fratricide 94. Getz or Kenton
5. Like a medieval 17. Naysayer 40. Express hot.. 77. Part of Asia 96. Naval rank
mace 18. Asian legume 41.Culminated 61.Vocabulary 79. Ask for 97. Sports org.
6. Race horse 24. Place of rest 43. Olfactory 62.Receded 8 1. -woolsey 98. Roman god
7.Arab prince 26. "-- tale property 63. Backs, in 82. Killed with humor 99. All the same
8. Fitting told ..." 44.Oodles anatomy 83.Abhor
9. Flat fish 28. Bellicose 47. Concern of heirs 64. Cap 84. Son of Jacob
10. Approach and 3 1. Stone that 48. Spassky's game 65. Shoestrings 86. Terra- -
address sparks 49. Creepers and 66. Ran out of gear 87. Puts one within
11. Curt 32. Balsa climbers 67. Wanton looks another
12. Duration 33. Musical works 50. Muesli brand 88. Buddhist god
Answers on page 14.
1 2 b b 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 E 15_ 16 17 18 Assistance provided for electric bills
19 20 21 The Charlotte County Human Services Department provides
23 25 26 qualified, low-income households with assistance in paying
electric bills through the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance
29 Program. The LIHEAP program provides a once -per- calendar/
anniversary-year benefit, to eligible households of all ages to
31 32 help offset the high cost of home energy. A Final Notice is not
I required to receive the home-energy benefit.
37 39 40 41 For households at risk of losing their source of heating or
cooling, an additional crisis benefit may be available. A Final
42 3 44 45 Notice energy bill is required to receive this benefit.
46 47 48 For households with at least one member 60 years old or older
and a Final Notice energy bill, the Emergency Home Energy
51 52 53 Assistance for the Elderly Program, sponsored by Senior Choices
of South West Florida, may have funds available. For EHEAEP,
56 call the Elder Help Line directly at 866-413-5337 for assistance.
LIHEAP services will be provided by appointment only; call
60 941-833-6500 to make an appointment. Walk-ins will be limited to
power turn-offs only. For more information, call 941-833-6500.
64 bb Project Lifesaver seeks volunteers
(38 69 71 The Volunteer Services Unit of the Charlotte County Sheriffs
72 75 Office seeks caring and compassionate volunteers to assist with
76 78 the implementation of Project Lifesaver. This program serves
Charlotte County residents by providing radio-frequency brace-
81 83 84 lets to people with cognitive disorders at risk for life-threatening
behavior of wandering away from their caregivers. This includes
85 those with Alzheimer's disease, autism and Down syndrome.
All volunteers will be trained on how to provide the bracelets
and conduct monthly home visits for the purpose of changing
95 91 8 99 the radio batteries, as well as on the use of the specialized
electronic search- and-rescue equipment that is linked to the
100 101 102 103 racelets. Each volunteer must be a Charlotte County resident,
have a clean driving record, and complete a background check.
104 106 107 To apply to be a volunteer, complete a general volunteer
application online at www.ccso.org/ContactUs/PDF/
4-20 0 2014 United Feature Syndicate, Dist. by Universal Uclick VolunteerApplication-saveable.pdf. Call 941-639-2101.
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Charlotte County Pride hosts sock hop fundraiser
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HERALD PHOTOS BY BETSY WILLIAMS
Raising funds for the upcoming Pride Fest to be held May 3 in Laishley Park, Punta Gorda,
Charlotte County Pride held a benefit at the American Legion 110 in Port Charlotte on March 29. Jay Corwin and Ellen Schaeffer during the "Twist and Shout" song.
Donning 50's attire and dancing to the music of the DooWop Crew, just a portion of the night's
activities that the committee members, Jan Bucklin, Terie Mallia, Carrie Egbert, JoAnn Donovan
(American Legion member) and Tracy Banks were hoping all would enjoy.
Salli Clarke and Caroline Cataldo slow dance to one of the oldie but goodie songs of the 50's.
Twisting the night
away, Carrie Egbert and
Dawana Cote get down
on the dance floor.
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Katelin Stoltz, Zachary
Biddulph, Darcey
Humphries, Sandy Avila
and Ryan Deschenes
dressed in their 50's
attire ready for a night
of fun, at the same
time supporting the
Pride Fest fundraiser. Line dancing is a favorite for most, even the more modern ones like the "Cuban Shuffle."
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2014 Summer Youth Program Lasers a"d FROM PAGE 1 Board Members and Community
2*Person Leaders participated in the process.
C HA RLO TTE 420S wiIhngness to give back to the community. Everyone was impressed by all three
Being named Youth of the Year is candidates," said Lynn Dorler, Executive
HA RBO R YO UTH SA ILING the highest honor a Boys & Girls Club Director of the Boys & Girls Clubs of
No Experience Needed Ages 7-19 member can receive. As Boys & Girls Charlotte County. "Joesph Kennedy is a
New boats available forTeen Sailing Lasers and 2-person 420s Classes run Monday through Friday for 2 Clubs of America s premier youth shining star; he will be a great represen-
Weeks Sessions run from 8:30-1 Pm Sailing class is taught by Certified US Sailing Instructors recognition program, the Youth of the native of our Club & Charlotte County."
Year title recognizes outstanding contri- If Joesph Kennedy wins at the state
2014 Summer Schedule buttons to a member's family, school, competition, he will compete for the title
SESSION DATES
I June 2-13 community and Boys & Girls Club, as of Southwest Region Youth of the Year
2 June 16-27 well as personal challenges and obsta- and an additional $10, 000 scholarship
3 June 30-Jully I I cles overcome. Youth of the Year en- from Tupperware Brands, the recognition
4 July 14-25 courage club members to reach their proRranYs national sponsor. Five repional
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Pilgrim Church hosts Easter Eggstravaganza Students present'The iigSainsa t hre
An HERALD PHOTOS BY BETSY WILLIAMS
a-- The students of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic
School, grades 5-8, presented on stage "The Living
Stations," both for the church congregation and
o her studet t f the Icoo. Playmg tr e part of
There was an egg hunt for children
ages 3-5 in the bigger playground.
HERALD PHOTOS BY BETSY WILLIAMS
Celebrating the Easter season, Pilgrim Church held an
Easter Eggstravaganza on Palm Sunday. Two-year-old
Alex (arrasquillo enjoys the bubble machine.
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Jesus, played by eighth-grader SamulAprla
Pontius Pilate, played by Giovanni Brugnola, issrpeofhsobsytegudJreGac,
, 7, ~eighth grade, proclaims his regret in sending Jacob Rykiel, Nino (asamassimaanAlxde
Jesus to his death. Villarreal before they nail him to tecos
Stephanie Goves, 5,
Julia Damico, 7, and her
brother Joel, 6, spent
Giovanny McDermott, 5, with the help time at the petting
After having her face painted, Alexis Baun, 4, enjoys of Cynthia Poudrette, gets to handle ae ihbb hcs
her cotton candy before lunch. one of the baby chickens. rabbits and ducks.
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Queen palm problems can be hard to d*iagnose
One of our queen palms has Thomas Becker fertilizer. Only use a good, slow-release, be only the size to get in and out.
lighter-colored leaves and declin- palm blend fertilizer containing boron, Screech owls will hunt in Florida-
ing growth. The lower trunk is manganese, magnesium, potassium Friendly landscapes and pocket lawn
also stained. Do you have any sugges- and iron. Follow label directions. areas. Yards with understory plants,
tions what to do? Ken, Port Charlotte both pruned and unpruned, will work.
How likely are we to see a screech Leave both sunny and places with
A Problems with palms are always owl in our backyard if we've left a dappled shade.
difficult to diagnose without Q Jew pine and palm tree snags and Expect them to stay year-round.
being there. A palm may look some occasional areas of underbrush? Good habitat will have hiding places
abnormal to you and still be healthy. Take a soil test or apply a palm Wed like to attract a screech owl to our for insects, reptiles, bats mice, small
Your palms symptoms are not defin- fertilizer. Palms take at least six months semi-wooded and sometimes marshy birds, earthworms, crayfish and small
itive. Continue to watch this palm. If to show recovery to a spring or fall ap- place. How open should we leave our mammals.
it continues to decline, look for ad- plication of a palm-grade, 8-2-12+4Mg landscape to attract wildlife? Florida For screech owls, food is brought
additional signs of a problem. Not all Yard Team, on Placida, Little Gasparilla back to the nest frequently to eat. This
abnormalities lead to the pahn's death. Island. habit protects them from losing their
If pruning, look for further signs of small food to larger raptors.
major concern like a crumpled new A leading expert found the
leaf, translucent leaf spot or a split or /-Jk Eastern screech owl prefers very .....
two-tiered canopy crown. L Xnatural surroundings, occasional
ining on the trunk could be
Rusty sta mature trees and an open understory
a sign of something serious. Oozing with many perching sites and branch- t
and staining can result from internal es to make hunting for food easier.
injury. Bleeding from large streaks 1,7
Despite this, they will live in a variety of
down the trunk or from shot holes habitats, but especially those contain-
often indicates a lightning strike. More ing some tree canopy. Multiple trees
general wilting and trunk staining left with cavities, holes and hollows is 4A
may be from a butt or bud rot dis- prefect. Urban oak forests, island scrub
ease like Ganoderma or Thielavipsis. mangrove sites and wet parkland is also
Thielaviopsis rot appears with soft acceptable.
and sunken trunk spots and gummy Screech owls do not use feeders but
black bleeding. Ganoderma rot causes will use a nesting box attached to a 10
old fronds to droop followed by the snag placed 10 feet above the ground.
pahn's crown to collapse, wilt and die. Pines and palms with woodpecker
Hard conk mushrooms form on the holes make easy nesting sites.
lower infected trunks or roots of palms. Owls like to hunt below their
Remove all parts of an infected palm PHOTO PROVIDED entrance hole. They use trees to perch PHOTO PROVIDED BY KATE PRESTON
with ganoderma rot to avoid infecting and survey for food. Gardens and
nearby palms. Problems with palms are difficult to diagnose landscapes should be left semi-open, The Eastern screech owl prefers natural surround-
Internal plant problems are often without being there. Internal plant problems contain old trees and contain areas ings, occasional mature trees and an open under-
terminal for the palm. However, if are often terminal for the palm. However, if with un-mowed woodlands. Provide story with many perching sites and branches to
leaves appear normal and are currently leaves appear normal and are currently not water nearby. The cavity in an owl box make hunting for food easier. Despite this, they
not wilting, a micronutrient deficiency wilting, a micronutrient deficiency that can be should be 10 inches deep and about 8 will live in a variety of habitats, but especially
that can be corrected is likely. corrected is likely. inches wide. The entrance hole should those containing some tree canopy.
Charlotte Chorale holds final concert of the season
HERALD PHOTOS BY BETSY WILLIAMS
The Charlotte Chorale held their final concert of their 25th anniversary season at Pilgrim United
Church of Christ in Port Charlotte. The chorale presented "Music from the Stage" under the direction
of Artistic Director and Conductor Dr. William Dederer, accompanied by pianist Dolores Smith.
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tunes and more modern selections such as "Little Shop of Horrors" (1986) and "Mama Mia!" (1999). 50 years and has been directing choirs for over 20 years.
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Do y ou remember when?
Thefollowing are excerpts from Fr. Patrick O'Sullivan, Fr. Thomas
the Daily Herald-News, April 20, Murphy and Fr. Julius Pitkowski, all
1974, through April 26,1974: Port Charlotte of St. Charles Borromeo parish.
Fred King, city pioneer Excerpts fr 40 years ago Library gift
and leader, dies Punta Gorda Junior Woman's Club
Fred B. King Sr. was a prominent members Susan Hays and Mary
Punta Gorda businessman and Norton presented a check on behalf
community leader for more than e rci t of their organization to Mary Ellen
50 years. King passed away today b I uller, children's librarian at Port
at the age of 76 in Medical Center Community news since 1893 Charlotte Library.
Hospital. The gift was presented in rec-
Born in Georgia, King came to ignition of National LibraryWeek
Punta Gorda in the land boom platoon; Jamie Thomson, fourth pla- from April 21-27. Members of the
of the mid-1920s. He joined his Janine Smith toon and Denise Dailey, fifth platoon. Woman's Club will participate in
brother-in-law, Grover Cleveland This year marks the first time that the summer reading program for
Persons, in real estate sales. When A-- female cadets have been able to par- children ages 3 through 10.
the land boom bubble burst, he ticipate as units a result of steadily
opened King Furniture Sales in 1926 Not too old at 88
next to Persons clothing store on Janine Srnith writes about Charlotte increasing female recruit members.
Iou tys Lt. Comm. Leonard Owe, the Charlotte Dont tell
Marion Avenue. County historic past Contacther COALGATE, OKLA.
at a High naval science instructor,
After two large fires, King sold atjaniinehsl@comcast.net. Mary Johnston she's too old to be a
the business in November 1972. He announced the winners of awards by paper carrier. Nearly every day, the 88-
often quoted his business credo as help attain these ideals. various patriotic organizations. year old woman walks briskly up and
It credit used and not abused is capital This year's theme for Law Day is down the streets of Coalgate carrying
that never melts away." He believed "Young America Lead the Way, Help Indian sculpture the Evening and Sunday News.
strongly in the future of the area. Preserve Good Laws, Help Change Bad nearly finished The International Association of
His belief was carried over in Laws, Help Change Bad News, Help Newspaper Circulation Managers
his constant work with Charlotte Make Better Laws." Peter Toth, the young artist, is com- said she is the oldest carrier in the U.S.
pleating his Indian sculpture at the West "Keeps me limbered up," she said.
County youth, organizing the first Almost half our population is under Retta Esplanade entrance to the Punta Johnston has been delivering the
Boy Scout Troop here and in Lee, 25. It is no exaggeration to say that this Gorda Holiday Inn. He was a recent news in her community for almost
Henry, Sarasota and Manatee sizable segment of our society will speaker at the Punta Gorda Rotary Club.
counties. He was awarded the Silver some day determine the future of our Toth told the Rotarians that his goal 34 years.
Beaver, the highest of scouting honors. country. America, in the year 2000, will was to sculpt monuments to the Native Today in history
Some of the other activities he be shaped and guided by the young Americans in every state in the union.
was involved in included Little people of today. To date, Toth has sculpted nine monu- April 20
League Baseball and Florida This year, the Charlotte County Bar ments in different states with this, his 9 In 1775: Paul Revere made his
Sheriff's Boys Ranch. King was Association has scheduled courthouse 10th and second in Florida. The other famous ride from Boston to warn:
one of the first Charlotte County tours so that all students and residents Florida sculpture is in Deland. "The British are coming."
residents to be named in Charlotte will have an opportunity to learn who Toth, after finishing his sculptures, 9 In 1934: Shirley Temple launched
Cultural Center's Senior Hall of Fame. their elected officials are, what they do gives them to the communities where her career as a child star when the
At first arrival in Punta Gorda, and how they can serve them. they were done. Toth said he corre- film, "Stand Up and Cheer," was
he lived at the Princess Hotel, and The morning of Law Day, May 1, has sponded with mayors in different cities released.
regularly met with FloridaIs former been entirely devoted to students. They regarding the possibility for a sculpture. 9 In 1955: Physicist Albert Einstein
Gov. Albert W. Gilchrist. King was an will be treated to a red carpet tour by He heard about the tree he is working died in Princeton, N.J., at the age of 76.
original founder of the Punta Gorda Sheriff Jack Bent and heads of various on in Punta Gorda from Fred Babcock,
Kiwanis Club, and, as a Mason, departments. owner of the Holiday Inn. Toth attended
donated the land for the new schools in Ohio after coming to the U.S. Youngblood -Wolfram
Masonic Lodge on Airport Road. Navy Junior ROTC drill with his parents at age I I from their engagement announced
His contributions were tremendous awards set for May 2 native Hungary. Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Youngblood of
to making Punta Gorda and Charlotte College Park, Ga., announced the
County a better place to live. Five platoons will participate in this Officers installed at
King carved a permanent monu- year's competitive drill of the Charlotte St. Charles Borromeo Church engagement of their daughter, Mary
ment to himself in the history and High School Junior ROTC battalion, Jane, to William Kenneth Wolfram 111.
growth of Charlotte County. It will sponsored by the Daily Herald-News. The Ladies Guild of St. Charles Wolfram is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
live in the fond memories of all who Two platoons are comprised of young Borromeo Church in Port Charlotte William K. Wolfram Jr. of Elmira
knew him. women. installed officers prior to a luncheon Road, Port Charlotte.
In addition, 10 awards will be made last week at the Ramada Inn. He is a graduate of Charlotte
Tours set for Law Day to outstanding cadets. The drill and The new officers are Mrs. Michael High School and is presently a senior
awards ceremony will be held May 2 in D'Amico, president; Mrs. Lawrence majoring in mechanical engineering.
Each year, Law Day is an occasion Tarpon Stadium. Ulrich, vice president; Mary H. The bride-elect will receive a
for our re-dedication to the ideals Platoon commanders competing Burkhart, recording secretary; Mrs. Bachelor of Science degree in
of the quality and justice under law. for the Daily Herald-News plaque are Joseph J. Duga, corresponding secre- elementary education.
This year, special emphasis will be Ensigns Jack Kinney, first platoon; Tom tary; and Mrs. James C. Cirest, treasurer. The couple will be married on
given on how young people can Lewis, second platoon; Sam Gibbs, third Luncheon guests included June 16 in College Park.
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HERALD PHOTOS BY BETSY WILLIAMS 8-year-old Brooke Bronson competes in the
Port Charlotte Relay for Life held at Port Charlotte High School had their best year yet, with 63 karaoke contest opting for the grass to the Dressed up for photo ops at the Macy's booth
teams and hundreds of team members raising funds all night long and at the same time having stage, in order to dance along with the song. were Genie Zimmerman and Susan Radz.
lots of fun. Wearing their Purple Survivor shirts, cancer survivors gathered for some inspirational
words before taking the lead lap around the track on Saturday.
Alexis Thibeault, 10, Brie-Ann Sinnott, 11, Jacei Peterson, 10, and Chris Carey, 9, dressed up for
the Halloween Lap. Horns in place, Laura Hensel and Leather Bills were with the Saints and Sinners Relay team.
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:Fri dayApril125,2014 Herald Pagel5;
Charlotte Premier U-13 girls take on West Florida
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HERALD PHOTOS BY MONICA AMAYA
Megan McGivern, No. 11 for the Charlotte Premierl.U-13 girls, fights for possession of the ball
with a West Florida player during a recent soccer game at North County Regional Park, in Port
Charlotte. The local team, coached by Bienvenidlo Reyes and Robert Porto, lost 0-1 on the first
round of the Region C Cup.
GOLF SCORES Letendre, 91; Low Net, 3.) Bob Scheeler, Don 2.) Peter and Linda
Maggie Kessler, 75. Bowder, Dave Metcalf, Church; Paul and Sharon
All golfscores must be F LIG HT B: Charles Elliot, 33. Biernat, 42.2.
emailed to golfscores@ 1.) Low Gross, Angela CLOSEST TO TH E P IN: CLOSEST TO THE PIN: 0
sun-heraldcom. Walker, 92; Low Net, Ann Hole No. 5: Frank Maren; Hole No. 6: Joan Bradley; Jenna Dunakey, No. 12 and captain for the -
Rezek, 68. Hole No. 8: William Tait. Hole No. 8: Brian Heer; Charlotte Premier U-13 girls, challenges the
0 DEEP CREEK 2.) Low Gross, Nancy Hole No. 12: Joe Della attack of a West Florida player during a recent
GOLF CLUB Anderson, 97; Low Net, 0 SEMINOLE Corte; Hole No. 15: soccer game at North County Regional Park in
* Hole-in-One Rosemary Bouleris, 75. LAKES GOLF Arlene Sofranko. Port Charlotte. Bailey Schultz, goalkeeper for the Charlotte
April 10 FLIGHT C: COURSE & Premier U-13 girls, stops the attack of a West
Richard Stewart aced 1.) Low Gross, Marny 0 TWIN ISLES Florida player.
Hole No. 8 from 121 Boardway, 103; Low Net, COUNTRY CLUB COUNTRY CLUB* *
yards using an 8-club. Carol Roark, 75. *Hole-in-One Shamble
Iwbert Etsini Denise 2.)nLoick s, Vi7 Lw Net, herrh Arthur aced Hole r. u Brown, Evana Myar
Ertsinian and Jim Kelly. MrlnLlam. N.2uiga6ro. Young, Mary Pedlalino,
* Hoe-inOneClaudia Hovey, 53.
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GOLF CLUB CHARLOTTE 9 from 155 yards using Haefner, Ginnie Myhr, 73
* Hole-in-One GOLF CLUB a 7-iron. Tena Stow, 54.
April 10 MGA, Even Holes, 1/2 Hole-in-One 3.) Cecelia Eames, Jo
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Bradshaw, Rich Bryson, & COUNTRY CLUB T-3.) Janet Kliska, Mickey 1.) Anita Campion,
Dave McGovern, Clancy Low No. of Putts Amy, 64. Bettye Brumit, 95.
Rimmey, PJ Fisher, 131. April 12 4.) Joyce Renz, 65. 2.) Eleanor Skinner; Joan
*-Sunday Couples, 1 BB FLIGHT A: 2014 Ellies Shootout Montovano, 97.
Front/2 BB Back 1.) John Calcott, 26. 1.) Anita Stensby. 3.) Karla Frazier, Louise
April 6 2.) Roger Williams, 32. 2.) Judy Plevin. McDaniel, 101.
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Season going strong 2014
ach year, folks talk about the end Pamela Staik Sm mm To
of Southwest Florida s busy season
coinciding with certain factors. ffl N20W HP 001ts
For some, it's the arrival of Easter and
Passover. Others gauge the northern Celebrate the Class A':&V
migration by the wait times at restau- Pamela Staik is the editor of the of 2014 with the 4K I
rants, traffic patterns or the harnmering Punta Gorda Herald. Contact her at May 23 edition of the
EDITOR'S INS16HTS of hurricane shutters on soon-to-be pgherald@sun-herald.com. Punta Gorda Herald.
vacant homesteads. The annual Salute
PUNTA GORDA However, my personal indicator to Seniors edition
is when the upcoming events in the pulled toward the PGH's annual Salute features students from
0 0 0 0 0 0 newspaper become a bit sparse. to Seniors section, which is set to pub- Charlotte and Edison
Taking a quick look at today's lish on May 23. This keepsake for the Collegiate
W H A T t 5 Happenings on the Harbor calendar Class of 2014 will feature all the seniors hnigh schools. For more
listing, printed just below this column, from Charlotte and Edison Collegiate information, contact
illustrates the city is still hopping high schools, shining a spotlight on Editor Pamela Staik at
and will be for some time. Even as some of their achievements and most 941-206-1125.
summer approaches, the calendar will memorable moments of the past To place an
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end-of-the year celebrations, proms The next month will be pretty busy call Mike Ruiz at
0 0 0 0 0 0 and graduations take place. here in Punta Gorda, but it will be fun 941-205-6402.
TABLE OF CONTENTS In fact, my attention is already being every step of the way.
Editor's Insights ........................... 2
Happenings on the Harbor ........ 2
Business News ......................... 4-7 The March of Dimes March for The flier can be printed from the
Community Beat ................... 8-11 Babies event is set to begin at 5:30 p.m. following website: www.ci.punta-gorda.
40 Years Ago ............................... 12 at Laishley Park, 100 Nesbit St., Punta fl.us /userdata/ spirit night.pdf. Call
Tarpon Page ............................... 13 Gorda. Registration is at 4:30 p.m. 941-505-2330 for details.
Golf Scores ........................... 12-13 Call 239-271-2563 or visit www. Historical fiction author Kate
Sports ................................... 14-16 marchofdimes.org for details. Nixon is set to speak about her book,
The Punta Gorda Historical "The Heirloom Pearls," and share her
Society's annual Florida Cracker Dinner genealogy experiences at 5:30 p.m. at
0 0 0 0 0 40 begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Punta Gorda Copperfish Books, 1205 Elizabeth St.,
Woman's Club, 118 Sullivan St. The Suite A, Punta Gorda. The event is free,
dinner will feature such offerings as but space is limited. Reserve a spot
FILE PHOTO swamp cabbage, fried mullet, pulled by calling 941-205-2560 or emailing
The Blanchard House Museum of African pork and tomato gravy. Tickets are $45 copperfishbooks(Ocomcast.net.
American History and Culture is one of the in advance or $55 at the door. Call 941- "An Italian Affair" food and wine
buildings to be spruced up as part of the 639-1887 to purchase tickets. pairing in benefit of the Charlotte
Paint Your Heart Out program on April 26. County Homeless Coalition takes
Throughout the day, volunteers will paint SUNDAYAPRIL27 place from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the
Orange House Wine Bar, 320 Sullivan
nine homes and the Blanchard House in a The Punta Gorda Historical
joint effort by TEAM Punta Gorda, Charlotte Society's Farmers Market at History St., Punta Gorda. The event is $30 per
H A PPEN IN G'S County Habitat for Humanity and Comcast Park, 501 Shreve St., runs from 9 a.m. person or $50 for a couple. Call 941-
Cares Day. To sign up, call 941- 637-8326 or to 2 p.m. Call 941-380-6814 for more 875-5990 or 941-505-8233 to reserve a
ON THE HARBOR email team@teampuntagorda.org. information. spot.
- The seventh annual community ob-
0 0 0 0 0 0 Avenue and Herald Court, runs from servance of Yom Hashoah, a Holocaust WE DN ESDAY, APRI L 30
Submit information about public 8 a.m. to I p.m. Call 941-391-4856 or remembrance service, begins at 4 p.m. 9 Registration for The Foot Landing's
events to Punta Gorda Herald Editor visit www.pgdowntownmerchants.com at the Church of the Good Shepherd, free, weekly Pub Run begins at 6 p.m. at
Pamela Staik via email at pstaik@ for details. 401 W. Henry St., Punta Gorda. The the store, 117 Herald Court, Suite 1112,
sun-herald or by calling 941-206-1125. A Charlotte Harbor Coastal speaker will be Steen Metz, who will Punta Gorda. This week's event will end
Awareness Day celebration will take talk about his childhood in Denmark at TT's Tiki Bar. All levels of runners
place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the during the Nazi occupation and and walkers are welcome. Call 941-347-
ONCAOINCA EVENTS Laishley Park Municipal Marina, 120 his life in the concentration camp. 7751 for details.
- The Spring Home and Garden Show Laishley Court, Punta Gorda. Attendees Participating clergy include the Rev. Capt. Ralph Allen is teaching a
is set to begin at 10 a.m. April 26-27 will learn about the area s conservation Roy Tuff from the Church of the Good series of six introductory Florida
at the Charlotte Harbor Event and efforts. For details, call Rocio Johnson Shepherd, the Rev. Bob Carlson from fishing courses from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Conference Center, 75 Taylor St., Punta at 305-432-2440 or visit www.nature. First United Methodist Church of Punta on Wednesdays. This is the fifth session
Gorda. Special guest Jim Parks, host org/coastalawarenessday. Gorda and Rabbi Solomon Agin from in the series being taught at the Punta
of HGTV's "New Spaces," will present A 12-hour fundraiser benefiting the Temple Shalom in Port Charlotte. Gorda Isles Civic Association, 2001
"Update My Kitchen, Bathroom and Charlotte County Homeless Coalition Shreve St. The class is $40. Call 941 -
Closest" at I I a.m. and 3 p.m. and is scheduled from I I a.m. to I I p.m. TUESDAYAPRIL29 637-1655 for details.
"Change My Living Space" at I p.m. at Hurricane Charley's, 30OW Retta Charlotte High School's female
both days. Parking is free and tickets Esplanade, Punta Gorda. Throughout basketball program is benefiting from a THURSDAY, MAY I
are $2. the event, various bands will perform, Spirit Night fundraiser from I I a.m. to The Gilchrist ParkWaterfront Music
and there will be raffles, prizes and items 10 p.m. at Beef'O' Brady's, 1105 Taylor Jam Session, better known as Guitar
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 for sale from local businesses. The cover Road, Punta Gorda. During the day, Army, will take place from 6 p.m. to
9 The Downtown Farmers Market on charge is $5. Contact Claudia DeBruyn at 15 percent of every check accompanied 10 p.m. at Gilchrist Park, 400 W. Retta
Taylor Street, between West Olympia 781-799-7570 for details. by a flier will go toward the program. Esplanade, Punta Gorda.
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Keep*ing the c*ity al*ive with activi
aster may have been last week, but PaintYour Heart Out at 5:30 p.m. on April 30. Because the
Punta Gorda is still swinging along event April 26 business is located within a secure area of
E with great events for everyone to the Punta Gorda Airport, reservations are
f l enjoy. Ten local homes, including the required.
Here's a few ideas for you during the Blanchard House Museum of African Call the chamber to sign up and receive
upcoming days and weeks: American History and Culture, will be parking instructions ahead of time.
BUSINESS NEW S spruced up from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. On May 1, the Punta Gorda Chamber
Discover Punta Gorda April 26 during a Paint Your Heart Out will join up with four other regional
event. chambers during a special mix-and-min-
PUNTA GORDA Consider taking a trip on the cham- The community project is sponsored gle event at the Charlotte Stone Crabs'
0 0 0 0 0 40 ber's trolley tours. They are a great and by Comcast Cares, TEAM Punta Gorda game.
fun way to learn about the area. and Charlotte County Habitat for The gates open at 5 p.m. at the
The tours occur most Fridays through Humanity. Charlotte Sports Park, 2300 El Jobean
May, and the cost of the trolley ride is Volunteers are needed and regis- Road. -Ax
$25. traction is required. Call 941-637-8326 The cost is $11, which includes the n -
John R. Wright Today (April 25), is the next tour date. today to add your name to the volun- er on the Boardwalk in left center field, a
To get on o an to c ec avai a i ity teer list. reserved seat, a food voucher for a large
for today or other dates, call the cham- hot dog, chips and 12-ounce soda or beer.
4"A ber office at 941-639-3720 during regular Have a Night Out There's also the Thirsty Thursday drink
.1 John R. Wright ispresident of business hours. special for $1 drinks that will be going on
the Punta Gorda Chamber of Group bookings are strongly advised with the Stars during the game.
Commerce. Contact him atirwright@ to be made well in advance to avoid A black-tie fundraiser called A Night Tickets must be purchased 48 hours be-
puntagorda-chamber.com. disappointment. Out with the Stars is taking place from fore the game date, so call 941-206-3509
6 p.m. to 10 p.m. April 26 at the Punta and tell them the Punta Gorda Chamber
Final Citywide Garage Sale Gorda Club YMCA, 2905 Tarniami Trail, sent you.
Punta Gorda. The event is in benefit of
The chamber is presenting its final the YMCA Community Kids Campaign. Murder mystery dinner
CONTACT THE CHAMBER Citywide Garage Sale of the season from Tickets are $50 per person, and the returns to OPUS
For more information about events listed in 8 a.m. to noon on April 26. The sale is evening will offer gourmet grilled cheese May 4
this column, contact the Punta Gorda Chamber of located in the parking lot of Centennial presentations made by local chefs
Commerce at 941-639-3720 or visit its website at www. Bank and Koch & Co. CPAs on the corner that have been paired with signature Murder returns to OPUS restaurant
puntagorclachamber.com. While on the chamber's of Taylor Street and Virginia Avenue. martinis. on May 4 as part of the Punta Gorda
website, don't forget to sign up for the"Friday Facts" There will be lots of bargains. If you Call 941-505-0999 for more Chamber's murder mystery dinner.
newsletter. have once-loved items to sell, give the information. Participants can be part of the murder
chamber a call to reserve a space. proceedings and investigations, even
The fee is $15, which includes a space Chamber happenings becoming a character in the plot may-
for a vehicle and a space to display on the horizon be even the murderer or the victim.
wares. The cost is $45 per person, which
The market fills up fast, so call the Members of the Punta Gorda Chamber includes a three-course dinner, tax and
chamber as soon as possible to reserve will welcome Aviation Partners Group tip. The event includes an open bar,
a spot. to the fold during a ribbon-cutting with cocktails at 5:30 p.m. Dinner will be
served at 6:30 p.m.
It is advised to get there at 5:30 p.m.
LF to start asking your probing questions.
31 Reservations are required and can be
accomplished by visiting the chamber's
websiteor by calling the chamber during
office hours.
'I OPUS will not be taking reservations
for this event, so call the chamber directly.
The venue can accommodate 80 people
for this event, and half of that number
has already been sold.
Corks'nCanvas
event May 22
The chamber's next Corks'd Canvas
A -ie Charlotte
event will be held at
Community Foundations new home,
located at 227 Sullivan St., Punta Gorda,
on May 22. The art session will be led by
Brush Strokes by Ashleigh.
This is a fun night of art, wine and
nibbles, with everything included for $35.
At the end of the night, participants can
take home their masterpiece as a souve-
PHOTO PROVIDED nir of a great night out with friends.
Space is limited, so call the chamber to
Members of the Punta Gorda Chamber of Commerce recently visited the new upscale sports bar at the Wyvern Hotel, called The Curve Sports reserve a space.
Tavern. While there, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held.
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is located in Port Charlotte, and my te was Leslee Peth is the publisher of the Punta
enlisted to paint the interior of the ho.re. Gorda Herald. Contact her at lpeth@ 7
What seemed a momentous task at 9 a.m. sun-herald.com.
soon became a fun and invigorating accom-
plishment by early afternoon. Much credit and
The home will be officially dedicated to
heartfelt thanks go out to my team members, the proud new owner on May 10, which is
who gave up their Saturday on a holiday
weekend to make a difference. Mother's Day weekend.
Proceeds fromWaterLine's Heels and Reels For more information on Habitat for
Fishing Tournament in March helped make Humanity, visit http://charlottecountyhfh.org.
the building of this home possible.
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the day were Donna Stephenson, Susan Habitat
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Class of 2014 were Joanne Reid and Sue Humanity home for the Women's Build project are, Bad
Garand. Together, we donned our pink Habitat from left, in the back row, Donna Stephenson, Mike
Women's Build T-shirts and successfully and Madeline Ruiz, and Sue Garand. In the front row,
applied two coats of a beautiful cream paint from left, are Joanne Reid, Susan Mathews and Leslee
to the bedrooms, kitchen, living areas and the Peth. Standing to the right is Gabrielle Reineck, the
bathrooms. senior director of outreach for Habitat.
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CURVE ON THE COVER:
FROM PAGE 1 HERALD PHOTO BY AL HEMINGWAY
Robert Moltzan, head chef at The Curve Sports
"When I came on board, John Perez, Tavern located in the Wyvern Hotel, stands
the general manager, had already had next to a photograph of the Sultan of Swat
the concept of a sports bar and restau- himself, legendary New York Yankee outfielder
rant. I was really excited to be able to George Herman "Babe" Ruth, as he hits one out
design the menu. I love to cook. I guess of Yankee Stadium.
I got it from my grandmother."
Moltzan, who has quite a local
following, said he prepares as much "You must consume, clean, I Owings
as he can from scratch. The pork is smothered with our hottest sauce and
seasoned and slowly cooked for 4 injected with a ghost chili extract in 10
hours, the Southwest vegan burger minutes," he said. "There is no drink,
made with black beans, onions, corn, dressings or napkins provided and you
garlic, potatoes, carrots, mushrooms have to lick your fingers clean. You
and topped with lettuce, tomato must sign a waiver as well to partici-
and chipotle is made fresh daily. pate in the challenge."
The brine brisket used in the "Not a Moltzan said the ghost chili, called
Reuben-Reuben" sandwich spends 8 Bhut jolokia, is extremely hot. In fact,
hours in the oven before it is thinly according to the Guinness Book of
sliced. All the house dressings are World Records, it is "the hottest pepper
his "family heirlooms," and only he FILE PHOTO in the known world." The winner of the
knows the recipes. "Closer Challenge" will receive one free
The bison meat used in the burger The Curve Sports Tavern's menu is the same whether you dine in the restaurant or upstairs on draft beer a week for I year and their
comes from the Three Suns Ranch in the Wyvern's famous rooftop. face posted on Facebook as a "super
Punta Gorda, Moltzan said, and all champion."
their beef is hormone-free and 100 It Only two people have beaten the
percent grass-fed bison. crackerjacks that we serve at the bar." shared plates and sandwiches, like challenge," he said. "But I have tweaked
III am very health conscious and Adorning the walls of The Curve are the "Catcher's Mitt BLT," "The Philly" it. It will be even more difficult to win."
only serve hormone-, antibiotic- and photographs, caricatures and posters pulled pork and chicken breast A finalist for "Hell's Kitchen," and
steroid-free chicken as well," he said. III pertaining to the nation's pastime. wrap, he also serves entr6es, such interviewed on the Food Channel,
use no genetically modified organism Many Hall of Famers, such as the as a 12-ounce rib eye steak, chicken Moltzan is always experimenting in
foods or oils. People who are con- legendary Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, Ted Milanese, mahi mahi and the "Outfield the kitchen. He clearly has a passion
corned about their health and want to Williams, the last player to have a bat- Delight," consisting of Thai-style for cooking and he wants to bring that
eat here should be aware of this." ting average over .400 in a season, New veggies with tofu, noodles in a spicy "high-level passion" to The Curve. If he
Moltzan said he also wants the public York Yankee catcher Yogi Berra, and coconut curry sauce and topped with is not busy, he will come out and even
to know everything at The Curve is slugger Ralph Kiner, are prominently sesame seeds, toasted peanuts and chat with the customers. "Someone
reasonably priced and the portions are displayed. scallions. once told me anyone can cook, but
large. The menu is the same downstairs "John (Perez) knows everything about For those brave-hearted souls, The truly great chefs create," he said.
at the restaurant as it is upstairs at the the game," Moltzan said. "He designed Curve offers "The Closer Challenge." It The Curve is open from 5 p.m. to
rooftop bar. the bar and restaurant. We have eight states on the menu that "you have to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursdays
"It's a great place to come, have a television sets, so at any time custom- clear waivers for this one." For those and from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday
great meal and watch a game," he said. ers can be watching their favorite team who are up to it, Moltzan is serving up and Saturdays. For more information,
"It's not your typical sports bar. It's in action." a blazing fastball for them to try and hit visit www.thewyvernhotel.com or call
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Gallery Walk fans
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wife Patti,
Ruth Spence, 40
and Carol 7 F A
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FROM OUR ARCHIVES
Do you remember when?
Thefollowing are excerptsfrom the organization to Mary Ellen Fuller,
Daily Herald-News, April 20,1974, children's librarian at Port Charlotte
through April 26,1974: Punta Gorda Library.
Excerpts from 40 years ago The gift was presented in recogni-
Fred King, city pioneer and tion of National Library Week from
leader, dies April 21-27.
Members of the Womarfs Club will
Fred B. King Sr. was a prominent participate in the summer reading
Punta Gorda businessman and com- program for children, ages 3 through
munity leader for more than 50 years. 10.
King passed away today at the age of
76 in Medical Center Hospital. Comm news since 1893 Not too old at 88
Bom in Georgia, King came to Punta I
Gorda in the land boom of the mid female recruit members. Lt. Cmdr. Leonard COALGATE, OKLA. Dorft tell Mary
1920s. He joined his brother-in-law, Janine Smith Owe, the Charlotte High naval science in- Johnston she's too old to be a paper
Grover Cleveland Persons, in real estate structor, announced the winners of awards carrier. Nearly every day, the 88-year
sales. When the land boom bubble by various patriotic organizations. old woman walks briskly up and down
burst, he opened King Furniture Sales the streets of Coalgate carrying the
in 1926 next to Persons clothing store Indian sculpture nearly finished Evening and Sunday News. ti
on Marion Avenue. anine Smith writes about Punta The International Associa on of
After two large fires, King sold Gorda historicpast. Contact her at Peter Toth, the young artist, is complet- Newspaper Circulation Managers said
the business in November 1972. He janinehsl@ comcastnet. ing his Indian sculpture at the West Retta she is the oldest carrier in the U.S.
often quoted his business credo as Esplanade entrance to the Punta Gorda "Keeps me limbered up," she said.
"credit used and not abused is capital Preserve Good Laws, Help Change Bad Holiday Inn. He was a recent speaker at Johnston has been delivering the
that never melts away." He believed Laws, Help Change Bad News, Help Make the Punta Gorda Rotary Club. news in her community for ahnost 34
strongly in the future of the area. Better Laws." Toth told the Rotarians that his goal years.
His belief was carried over in his Ahnost half our population is under was to sculpt monuments to the Native
constant work with Charlotte County 25. It is no exaggeration to say that this Americans in every state in the union. To Today in history
youtfi, organizing the first Boy Scout sizable segment of our society will some- date Toth has sculpted nine monuments April 20
Troop here and in Lee, Hendry, day determine the future of our country. in different states with this, his 10th and
Sarasota and Manatee counties. He America, in the year 2000, will be shaped second in Florida. The other Florida In 1775: Paul Revere made his
was awarded the Silver Beaver, the and guided by the young people of today. sculpture is in Deland. fLlorus ride from Boston to warn: "The
highest of scouting honors. This year, the Charlotte County Bar Toth, after finishing his sculptures, British are coming."
Some of the other activities were Association has scheduled courthouse gives them to the communities where 9 In 1934: Shirley Temple launched
little League Baseball and Florida tours so that all students and residents they were done. Toth said he correspond- her career as a child star when the film,
Sheriff's Boys Ranch. King was one of will have an opportunity to learn who ed with mayors in different cities regard- "Stand Up and Cheer," was released.
the first Charlotte County residents their elected officials are, what they do ing the possibility for a sculpture. In 1955: Physicist Albert Einstein
to be named in the Charlotte Cultural and how they can serve diem. He heard about the tree he is working on died in Princeton, N.J., at the age of 76.
Center's Senior Hall of Fame. The morning of Law Day, May 1, has in Punta Gorda from Fred Babcock, owner
At first arrival in Punta Gorda, he been entirely devoted to students. They of the Holiday Inn. Toth attended schools Youngblood -Wolfram
lived at the Princess Hotel, regularly will be treated to a red carpet tour by in Ohio after coming to the U.S. with his engagement told
met with Flori&s former Gov. AlbertW Sheriff Jack Bent and heads of various parents at age I I from their native Hungary.
Gilchrist. King was an original founder departments. Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Youngblood of
of the Punta Gorda Kiwanis. Club, and, Officers installed at St. Charles college Park, Ga., announced the
as a Mason, donated the land for the NJROTC drill awards May 2 Borromeo Church engagement of their daughter, Mary
new Masonic Lodge on Airport Road. Jane, to William Kenneth Wolfram 111.
His contributions were tremendous Five platoons will participate in this year's The Ladies Guild of St. Charles Bo Wolfram is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
to making Punta Gorda and Charlotte competitive drill of the Charlotte High rromeo William K. Wolfram Jr. of Elmira Road,
County a better place to live. School Junior ROTC battalion, sponsored Church in Port Charlotte installed officers Port Charlotte.
King carved a permanent monu- by the Daily Herald-News. prior to a luncheon last week at the Ramada He is a graduate of Charlotte High
ment to himself in the history and Two platoons are comprised of young Inn. School and is presently a senior
growth of Charlotte County. It will women. The new officers are Mrs. Michael majoring in mechanical engineering.
live in the fond memories of all who In addition, 10 awards will be made to D'Amico, president; Mrs. Lawrence The bride-elect will receive a Bachelor
knew him. outstanding cadets. The drill and awards Ulrich, vice president; Mary H. Burkhart, of Science degree in elementary
ceremony will be held May 2 in Tarpon recording secretary; Mrs. Joseph J. Duga, education.
Stadium. corresponding secretary; and Mrs. James The couple will be married on
Tours set for Law Day Platoon commanders competing C. Cirest, treasurer. June 16 in College Park.
Each year Law Day is an occasion for the Daily Herald-News plaque are Luncheon guests included Patrick
for our re-dedication to the ideals Ensigns Jack Kinney, first platoon; Tor O'Sullivan, Thomas Murphy and Julius
of the quality and justice under law. Lewis, second platoon; Sam Gibbs, third Pitkowski of St. Charles Borromeo. Living off the land
This year, special emphasis will be platoon; Jamie Thomson, fourth platoon; Library gift One of the most tasty vegetables
given on how young people can help and Denise Dailey, fifth platoon. you can grow here is broccoli. It can be
attain these ideals. This year marks the first time that female Punta Gorda Junior Womarfs Club planted from seed September through
This year's theme for Law Day is cadets have been able to participate as members Susan Hays and Mary Norton January. Broccoli grows best in soil rich
"Young America Lead the Way, Help units a result of steadily increasing presented a check on behalf of their in calcium. It has lots of protein.
GOLF SCORES April 10 Clancy Rimmey, PJ Fisher, 131. Net, Colette Dowdell, 70. 0 PORT CHARLOTTE GOLF CLUB
Dean P. Wild aced Hole No. 15 from 133 Sunday Couples, 1 BB Front/2 BB 2.) Low Gross, Linda Letendre, 91; Low MGA, Even Holes, 1/2 Handicap
Allgolf scores must be emailed to yards using a 5-iron. It was witnessed by Back Net, Maggie Kessler, 75. 1.) Tony Mardo, 32.5.
golfscores@sun-herald.com. Joseph E. Sultini, Joe Wild and Ed Wild. April 6 FLIGHT B: 2.) Jim Meredith, 34.
1.) Paul and Marny Boardway; Phil and 1.) Low Gross, Angela Walker, 92; Low 3.) Bill Klingler, 34.5.
DEEP CREEK GOLF CLUB KINGSWAY COUNTRY CLUB Deb Staat, 83. Net, Ann Rezek, 68. T-4.) Robert Anderson, Bob Brandt, 35.
Hole-in-One Men's Day, 1-2-3 on 3-4-5 2.) Walt and Liz Hammer; Dick and Diana 2.) Low Gross, Nancy Anderson, 97; Low WGA, Deduct 3 Worst Holes
April 10 April 1 Ritter, 85. Net, Rosemary Bouleris, 75. April 10
Richard Stewart aced Hole No. 8 from 121 1.) Claude Lamarche, Mike Carriere, Bob 3.) Dave and Carolyn Stewart; Robin and FLIGHT C: FLIGHT A:
yards using an 8-club. Itwas witnessed by Baxter, Ron Nutt, 129. Vivian Hendricks, 88. 1.) Low Gross, Marny Boardway, 103; 1.) Char Taylor, 45.
Albert Ertsinian, Denise Ertsinian anclJim Kelly. 2.) Tom Mau, Fred Taylor, Jim Dunn, Jim Ladles'Day, Low Gross/Low Net Low Net, Carol Roark, 75. 2.) Liz Kane, 46.
McGee, 130. April 10 2.) Low Gross, Vivian Hendricks, 107; Low 3.) Eve Rupinski, 52.
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CHARISMA made it to the Big Apple
By LAUREN SKEOCH
CHS JUNIOR
TARPON PA6E
In March, Charlotte High School's
elite performance choir, called
PUNTA GORDA CHARISMA, ventured to New York City
0 0 0 0 0 0 for five days to perform a variety of
songs at the world-renown Carnegie
7
Hall. Although Carnegie Hall was the
T im ely tip s sole reason for traveling to New York,
that is not all the students did in NYC.
"My favorite part of the trip was defi-
nitely seeing the two Broadway shows
from Tarpons -'Wicked' and'Phantom of the Opera.'
They were both really cool shows," said
By LAUREN SKEOCH sophomore Kevin Moody.
CHS JUNIOR The group also walked through
Central Park and Strawberry Fields.
Organization is an issue for many peo- While in Strawberry Fields, the group
ple, whether young or old. Everyone has sang "Imagine" by John Lennon. They
different methods to getting organized. toured the Museum of Modern Art, and
It Organization is everything ... if you CHARISMA members also ate at well-
are not organized, how are you going known restaurants such as Carmines, PHOTO PROVIDED
to learn a daily routine? How do you Sarabeths and the Hard Rock Caf6.
maintain sanity2 It is so important," said "Sarabeths was my favorite restau- CHARISMA members from Charlotte High School pose for a picture at the John F. Kennedy Inter-
junior Haley Fox. rant. I loved their pancakes," said national Airport. They wore their specially made "Ask me about my Carnegie Hall debut!" T-shirts
Being organized does, however, take sophomore Baylie Crawford. for the flight.
some extra thought. The pinnacle and primary reason for
their trip, though, was the performance helped us a lot, and we are so glad that "The parents, the community, the
One must know how their mind works. at Carnegie Hall. CHARISMA was con- we were able to perform with what he Charlotte High School and Charlotte
One must know what will be more ducted by Anton Armstrong. He placed taught us within two days." County Public Schools' staff and ad-
beneficial to them perhaps physically an emphasis on shadow vowels, proper Of course, the road to Carnegie Hall ministration ... it wasn't just one simple
writing a fist or putting helpful reminders tone and dynamics. in New York City was not a smooth one. effort by 20 kids. It was a huge effort
for specific things in a phone. Perhaps Many said that he was not only wise The students had to raise the money to with a big payoff," said vocal music
even having various folders for every in regards to music, but wise in regards go on this trip. It was $2, 000 per student director Jaci Cushman.
single type of paper known to man is to life. He told many tales of his life to to go on this trip. In all, 29 people went Perhaps it was not only the actual trip
helpful for some people. prove his points and to touch the hearts on this trip, including parents. This that changed these students' lives, but
It truly depends on the individual. of his students. monstrous task to raise so much money instead it may have been the bonding
"I make sure nothing is scattered, and "Mr. Armstrong was a really cool guy," was achieved through the kindness of experience between these students who
everything has a place. That allows me to said junior loannis Georgoulis. "He others who were able to help. already considered themselves family.
find exactly what I am looking for quick-
ly, right when I need it," said sophomore
Baylie Crawford. Shaw, Ed Johnson, 32. T-3.) Janet Kliska, Mickey Amy, 64. Peclalino, Claudia Hovey, 53.
Sophomore Kevin Moody said, "I make 3.) Bob Scheeler, Don Bowder, Dave 4.) Joyce Renz, 65. 2.) Mary Wood, Gunny Haefner,
a list a checklist of everything that I GOLF Metcalf Charles Elliot, 33. 2014 Elites Shootout Ginnie Myhr, Tena Stow, 54.
CLOSEST TO THE PIN: Hole No. 5: 1.) Anita Stensby. 3.) Cecelia Eames, Jo Buelow, Ann
need or need to do. That way when it's FROM PAGE 12 Frank Maren; Hole No. 8: William Tait. 2.) Judy Plevin. Fitzsimmons, 59.
done, I can just check it off and feel a lot FLIGHT B: 3.) Mary Elizabeth Jones. Ladies"I 8-Hole, 2 Person Best Ball
better." 1.) Kay Stewart, 40. SEMINOLE LAKES GOLF COURSE & 4.) Dianne Lupp. April 9
Although its not the easiest thing to do, 2.) Marlene Arthur, 42. COUNTRY CLUB 5.) Judy Johnson. FLIGHT A:
3.) Carole Souza, 43. Hole-in-One 6.) Leslie Nielsen. 1.) Carol Schahrer; Chris McCarthy, 97.
being organized has its benefits for sure. March 23 7.) Darlene Edwards. 2.) Linda Seber; Roz Hickey, 100.
ROTONDA GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB Sherry Arthur aced Hole No. 2 using 8.) Janet Kliska. 3.) Cyndy Dees; Sharon Naftzger, 104.
Low No. of Putts a 6-iron. 2014 Par 3 Scramble FLIGHT B:
April 12 Hole-in-One FLIGHT A: 1.) Joyce Clough; Judy Peters, 98.
FLIGHT A: April 10 1.) Tom and Carol Kerr; Eric Norlin, 38.9. 2.) Judi Budinger; Gail Puckett, 109.
PHOTO 1.) John Calcott, 26. Gil Lemire aced Hole No. 9 from 155 2.) Michael and Arelene Sofranko; Joe 3.) Barb Johnson; Franna Hall, I 10.
yards using a 7-iron. and Susan Della Corte, 39.1. FLIGHT C:
PROVIDED 2.) Roger Williams, 32.
3.) Chuck Crossman, 32. Hole-in-One FLIGHT B: 1.) Anita Campion, Bettye Brumit, 95.
April 14 1.) Joan Bradley and Sue Sanner; Bob 2.) Eleanor SkinnerJoan Montovano, 97.
Junior FLIGHT B:
1.) Jerry Beyer, 32. Arnie Jaeger aced Hole No. 14 from and Joyce Anderson, 40.8 3.) Karla Frazier, Louise McDaniel, 101.
Haley Fox 2.) Bob Ose, 32. 135 yards using a 6-iron. 2.) Peter and Linda Church; Paul and Men's Day, 2 Man Point Quota
says she 3.) Bob Wi rtzberger, 32. Sharon Biernat, 42.2. April 11
would look FLIGHT C: ST. ANDREWS SOUTH GOLF CLUB CLOSEST TO THE PIN: Hole No. 6: Joan FLIGHT A:
like this 1.) Charlie Maskell, 26. LGA, 9-Hole, Individual "If" Bradley; Hole No. 8: Brian Heer; Hole No. 1.) Lee Paque; Garry Paton, +3.
Apr! 10 12: Joe De a Corte; Ho e No. 15: Ar ene 2.) Bo Har esty an Dave Carney;
_I eyery day if 2.) Dave Hussey, 28. 1.) Lucy Mills, 27. Sofranko. Fred Buckingham and Dave Lucey, -5.
she wasn't 3.) Bill Lewis, 34.
- Scramble 2.) Shelia Cunningham, 31. FLIGHT B: 1.) Orrin Eames; George
organized. April 14 LGA, 18-Hole, Inclividual"If" TWIN ISLES COUNTRY CLUB Hindmarsh, +6.
1.) Jim Knowlton, Ray Kotzian, John April 10 Shamble 2.) Al Ricci; Ken Hall, -3.
Morsch, Bob Zimmerman, 32. 1.) Mary Elizabeth Jones, 61. April 9 CLOSEST TO THE PIN: Hole No. 16:
2.) John German, William Tait, Jim 2.) Barbara Wilts, 62. 1.) Lu Brown, Evana Young, Mary Orrin Eames.
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1Herald Page 14 Friday, April 25, 204
Luncheon honors Charlotte
County Women's League
f l he Charlotte County Women's Tennis League held a luncheon at the Charlotte Harbor Event and
5 SOTP RConference Center on April 7. The event was co-hosted by the Point Setters and the Gems from
5 PO RTS Emerald Point.
PUN1A GORDA
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Donnell Bates
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photographer. Contact her at 1\1
donnelbates@hotmail.com. 4V
HERALD PHOTOS BY DONNELL BATES
RIGHT: Members of the Dynamos, Point Setters,
and the Gems gathered for a picture during
the luncheon on April 7 at the Charlotte Harbor
Event and Conference Center.
Teammates from the Burnt Store Marina Mariners gather for a photo. From left are Marie Roop,
Linda Rousseau, Alice Fortin, Joanne Tharia, Pat 0'Neill, Carol Granger and Carrie Amazeen.
Board members for the Charlotte County Women's Tennis League are pictured here. They are Barb
Perry, Bobbi Crane, Debby Flate, President Ruth Damron, Rayetta Myers, Linda Sue Gertner and
Carolyn Farrar.
Tennis players Carolyn Hamilton, Sharon Caldwell and
Linda Muller attended the Charlotte County Women's
League lunch on April 7 at the Charlotte Harbor Event AHl smiles during the luncheon areA0
and Conference Center. Sandy Secord and Pat Richards.
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FILE PHOTO T
JA sh,
One of the T
many ways
the store gives 1r,
back to the
community
is through
its many
unique runs. fi
Here, dozens
of runners
and walkers
partake in a
Red Dress Run.
Runn*ing foundation gives back to communioty
FILE PHOTO
FILE PHOTO Foot Landing
New Balance tech rep owners Ralph and
Kristen Tenaglia shows a Sherri Lennon,
video on running form to right, pose for a
the pub runners before photo with their
heading outside for a live staff, Tina Ice and
demonstration during one Sherry LaBree,
of the first Wednesday during the store's
night Pub Run/Walks. grand opening.
he Foot Landing, owned by Sherri
Steve Knapp
Lennon, has been very involved
Twith several local organizations in
the short 16 months it has been open in
downtown Punta Gorda. The Foot Land-
ing is located in the Herald Court Centre,
Steve Knapp is a sports writer HERALD PHOTO
117 Herald Court, Suite 1112, and can be BY STEVE
seen from Northbound U.S. 41 between and photographer. Contact him at KNAPP
SbigdaddyKnopp@aoLcorn.
Olympia and Marion avenues.
Sherri Lennon,
One such venture brought the store equipment rental. We also have an Ice left, the owner
to the Tarpon Invitation track meet on
House run and a mystery run." As the of The Foot
March 22, where Lennon presented
Charlotte High School head coach Jerr name suggests, the mystery runs end at Landing in
y a surprise location. downtown Punta
Voss with a check for the track and field
team in the amount of $2,500. "Since the Pub Runs began just over Gorda, shows
"I saw a need here and didn't see a a year ago, the walkers/runners have A Lori Vasquez a
logged over 16,000 miles," Lennon said. running belt
connection between the running clubs "Every week, we have a hundred partic- while visiting the
and the high school running teams," ipants, and we've kept track of how far A store. Vasquez is a
Lennon said. "There was a lack of they have gone. We estimate that it is Z regular partici-
support for the team, so I just wanted to about half way around the world." pant in the Foot
build a relationship with the high school For more information on the founda- Is weekly
and their running teams." tion and its many works in the commu- walk/run.
Lennon, a 7-year resident of Punta nity, visit www.thefootlanding.com or
Gorda, has created a foundation called call 941-347-775 1.
"One, Two, Three, Runners Foundation."
That foundation has been involved with r
other local charities including the Yah,
Yah Girls, Inc., the Punta Gorda Historic
Mural Society, the Sgt. Michael Wilson
Memorial Trust and Girls on the Run of
Southwest Florida. utreach
The One, Two, Three, Runners
Foundation was responsible for the S 0 C I E T Y
donation to the Tarpon track and field 501c3Non-Profit Exotic Bird Rescue
team.
Their biggest undertaking involves
more than 100 local runners and walkers Full service grooming at no charge. Adopt!
every Wednesday night during the We provide intake and adoption.
weekly Pub Run /Walk. The runners and
walkers meet at the store at 6 p.m. and We carry a full line of bird supplies
participate in a 2-to-3 mile run or walk, from food to toys and cages.
which will end at a local establishment,




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HERALD PHOTOS BY CHUCK BALLARO
The heart of the 2014 Charlotte High School junior varsity softball team consisted of Amanda Fabian, Jessica Henry and Mary Boyd. The
team finished 17-1.
Tarpon softball team finishes best season ever
t was just a matter of time before the may come aboard), the competition
Chuck Ballaro "The biggest thing with the JV pro -
Charlotte High School junior varsity promises to be fierce. gram when I took it over was I wanted to
I softball team finally turned the cor- "We have the second group of a travel be as important to the school as varsity,"
ner. The Tarpons came within one run ball team coming in where the freshmen Higgins said. "Some schools don't place
of a perfect season, a 9-8 setback against and underclassmen have played for much importance on it. That's a feeder
Naples High School in the IV Wars Chuck Ballaro is a freelance writer the past 3 years," Brannon said. "It will program for us."
Tournament. Otherwise, it was 17 wins, and photographer. Contact him at make it interesting for someone to just Boyd, a sophomore that Higgins said
many of them of the mercy rule variety. Charlesballaro@aoLcorn. find a spot." has a great shot at varsity, said the team
They also did it despite seeing nearly With so few varsity positions, that also was able to tough out the latter part of
all their freshmen move straight to means not many JV positions opening, the season when the cupboard was bare.
varsity, which left them with nine soph- for the next 3 or 4 years," Brannon said. which could result in a lot of disappoint- "If one of us got hurt, even though we
omores who took pleasure in hitting the But therein lies a dilemma, one many ment for those who don't advance. complained, coach would make us play
field, even if they were without much of coaches wish they had. Higgins said he is not likely to expand or we'd forfeit, and we didn't want that,"
a bench at season's end. Varsity coach Greg Higgins, who his roster beyond 14 to accommodate Boyd said. "We had to play our positions
Simply put, never has the future of handed the reins of the JV team to them, since having too many players with sprained knees and ankles."
Tarpon softball been so bright. Brannon after also running it the past 4 means some will rot on the bench. "It was a lot of hard work, but it was
Tony Brannon, head coach of the years, has only two roster spots opening Higgins brought up Tiffany Dodson fun. We had lots of positivity and team-
junior varsity team, said the squad had as of now, though Higgins could see early in the season and was rewarded work," Henry said. "My goal is varsity,
a great core of players who played well another spot or two open up. when she became one of the Tarpons' but I'll be happy to be on a Tarpon team.
together as a team. With this group of sophomores and best hitters. he also brought up Mary It will be a challenge to make varsity.
"As a whole, all our girls have 5 to 7 as many as five freshmen to battle for Boyd, Amanda Fabian, Jessica Henry Worst-case scenario is we're all back on
years in which they've played," he said. those slots (not to mention possible and Lonnie Carmello for the end of IV and we kick butt."
"We have a great core that will be here transfers or Miss Charlotte players who the season.
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Tony Brannon, the head coach for the
Charlotte High School junior varsity softball
earn, works with the team during a recent
practice. Brannon took over for varsity coach
Charlotte High School junior varsity softball team's Jessica Henry fields Amanda Fabian, a member of the Charlotte High School junior varsity Greg Higgins so he could concentrate on the
a ground ball during a recent practice. softball team, practices her fly ball skills during a recent practice. big squad.
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HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE WATERFRONT
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NORTH PORT SALT WATER PORT CHARLOTTE 3/1
POOL HOME. 3/2/2 + DEN, Avail. May 1. 1218 Sultana
BUILT 2005 2433 TOTAL SF, St. $61900 Owner Financed
UPGRADES THROUGHOUT, DESIRED 941-626-3213
AREA, GREAT CURB APPEAL. THIS
IS A MUST SEE! $199,900
PRAIRIE CREEK PARK! GULF COVE 4/2/3 Custom FOR SALE BY OWNER PORT CHARLOTTE, Spa- Owner Financing
5-30 ACRES Starting (9 pool home on 3/4 acre. 2300 941-423-7168 cious Custom 3/2/2, Htd. North Port 3/2/2
$49,900 sq.ft w/ volume ceilings, open Pool & Spa! Beautiful Kitchen, Pool home. Gulf
it PENDING
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Punta Gordas's floor plan, granite, cherry cab- Top of the Line Appliances access. $25k Down;
BEST KEPT SECRET! inets plus more upgrades! Corner Lot! $199,900. Dori 5.79/o interest $1590/mo
Minutes to town, beaches Must see! NO FLOOD INS.. FWalters, Bud Trayner Real $298k 941-716-0040
$340K 941-286-0612 760 West Mario Ave.
harbor! Deed restricted Ity. 941-661 4019 n
Horses welcomeblack Charming 211 in Historic
District! Block from Gilchrist
top roads. "A Very Special NORTH PORT- 2007 Park, Fisherman's Village &
Ranch Community'! Beautiful Private 3/2/2 on 3 MORE! $169,900.
JUDY K PETKEWICZ Lots! 1550+ SF. New A/C & Sue Ellen Furnich,
GRICRS Well! Fresh Painted. Granite 941-276-2894
ALLISON JAMES Estates Count tps. Must See! lColdwell Banker Morris Really, In
Aztec & Associa womi
& Homes 941-456-8304 ISLAND OF VENICE $199,999. $144,900. PORT CHARLOTTE
www.PuntaGorda BOW to suite plans-are 941-451-4274 PORT CHARLOTTE- Like 310 Spring Lake Blvd.
Propertiesforsale.corn (No Realtors Please) California Spanish Revival Furnished 3/2/2 Lakefront
ready 3br/2ba 1971 sf Architecture? You Will Feel Pool Home W/Great Views,
living $419,000. incids. Right at Home! 3/2/LR/FR/ DR
lot. Call EJ Muohot w/ POOL! 2500+sf. Parameter Boat Dock & Lift. Remodeled
941-468-2201 Privacy Wall. Fantastic Family Kitchen & Pool. $299,900
Wayne Rose 941-268-6349
Dwelling $199,900 Stacl VENICE 3/2/1 Sandalwood Barnes & Phillips Real Estate
Scarrow, 941-916-0000 5+). 405 Longwood
NORTH PORT- Dr. Beautiful 1700 SF home.
5.22 ACRE PRAIRIE 5706 Concord in Sabal Trace Lots of Amenities, communi- t
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ty p ol, Open concept plan.
CREEK WEST ESTATE Beautiful 3 Bed w/ Bonus A w
HOME! MARVELOUS Room, 2 Bath, 2 Car, Pool Close to shopping, Like New
SCREENED POOL & LAKE SUZY 12567 SW Pem- Home at the End of a Lon i F ; q $179,900 941-412-5715 M ai
LANAI 2300 SQ FT broke, Circle. 3/2/2, 1964sf. Lake View in Gated Comm. PORT CHARLOTTE Sailors
ATTACHED GARAGE, HORSE Beautiful Split Plan w/ Sepa- MLS# N5782086 $279,900. SEMINOLE LAKES 3/2/2 WANTYOUR HOME Delight! 142' of seawall on
BARN, CROSS FENCED rate Living & Family Rooms! Allen Ramsey Very Fine Open Concept Home.
HORSE PASTURES, $249,900. MLS# C7048798 Venice Hometown Realty Beautiful Front & Back Views. ADDED M OUR a deep, no bridges to Gulf
DETACHED GARAGE & Jill Brouwer 941-276-4459 or Well Apportioned 1885 SF., LG. SOLD LIST? waterway. 3/2/2 Pool!
941-626-5225 Possible Seller Financing.
SCENIC GROUNDS & Linda 941-457-7245 Jill I aramseyreadtor@verizon.net Master BDRM, LG Dining Area $259,900 JEFF RICHARDS
POND. OFFERS MANY Brouwer Realty in Kitchen, Granite Ctrs, Cozy Here are just a FEW recently KELLER WILLIAMs941-875-33661
FEATURES NEW KITCHEN & Corner Fireplace & Formal DR SOLD by our team.
BATH JILE FLRS $420,000 Need To Place a $259k 941-637-8765
JUDY K PETKEWICZ GRI CRS Classified Ad? 1433 Franklin SOLD $206,000 R
ALLISON JAMES ESTATES & I FIND YOUR 3772 Shawnee Ter SOLD $196,000
FREE MERCHANDISE ADSH BEST FRIEND 6142 Deckard Ave SOLD $172,600
2408 Ponds St. SOLD $170,000
To place a FREE $ 69,900 $ Block & Tile IN THE 1G08 Stimmel St. SOLD $16G99OO
merchandise ad go to: Roof! Furnished, Attached CLASSIFIEDS! 3471 Lapeer Ave. SOLD $1399900 PORT CHARLOTTE-
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Immaculate 2/2 mmff 17259 Lake Worth Blvd.
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I ff/om Sue Ellen Furnich,
BRAND NEW 3/2/2 Hm. TO PLACE YOUR AD NOW" 2143 Pellam Blvd. P.C. 941-276-2894
Buy now and choose your and follow the prompts. Call Mike At Capital ANCHOR REALTY Coldwell Banker Morris Realty, Incl
own tile, cabinetscarpet, FREE ads are for 1 Properties 941-356-53081
appliances & fixtures. merchandise UNDER $500. PUNTA GORDA FSB Call
Across from Alligator "The Estill Team" to
creek, public kayak/canoe and the ad must be placed 4bd/2ba, large workshop, cov Get Your Home SOLD!
ered porch on 4.5 acres, fenced.
launch Only $189,900 online by you. One item per 1$149,500 864 965-8366 941-228-2849
with standard allowances ad, the ad must be 3 lines or I
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1 OM S1 0
in the ad. Your ad will appear PORT CHARLOTTE :HOMES 1030 PUNTA GORDA 4/3.5/3 +
online & in print for 7 days! 1032 ADALIA TERRACE Office, Sunroom, Private In-
Some restrictions do apply. Beautiful Brand New 3/2/2 Law Suite. Gorgeous View of
LIMIT 5 FREE ADS (2197 Total sq. ft). Spray the Peace River! Relax and
PER WEEK Foam Insulation, Ceramic PUNTA GORDA Watch the Sunset! $774,900.
"Everyone Needs to Tile, Granite Counter-Tops & Harbour Oaks Gated Com- Sharon Kerr 941-286-7315
BURNT STORE MEADOW Register on Our Stainless Steel Appliances!s] unity. 3 Bedrm/2.5 Bath I Coldwell Banker SunstaLJ
3/2/3 Model POOL Home! New Site" Over 40K Worth of Upgrade POOL Home. 2,401 SF on
Very GREEN Home with $174,900. $169,900. Oversized Lot. $2;15,999. REDUCED
Ener Efficiencies! This i's a Call Janice 941-258-3739 Now $239,900 Water Front 2012 Burnt
Water Front 2012 Burnt
Custom Canal Home!
Store I sles 2408 SF
MU6 SEE Home! $349,900. Aft, Store Isles 2408 SF
Elaine Martin, Fisherman's V'I SUN I R UCED! Deb Sesfilio 941-391-1873
NNSPAPERS Custom Canal Home!
I lage Realty. 941-661-480 0 11, hP Fisherman's Village Realtyl Seawall Dock & BoatLift
Nice locationPrivacy PUNTA GORDA ISLES
REDUCED! your credit card Viewing Nature Preserve. 3/2/2.5 POOL w/ Waterfall-
24 hours a d New Listing! Was $ 499 K Home on Canal. Fabulous
ii& r Now $479,000
ORT CHARLOTTE Kitchen and Master Suite.
3294 Kim Ave. 3/2/2 CALL JUDY PETKEWICZ Exquisite Gardens. $675,000
Split Plan in Desireable Area! ALLISON JAMES Sharon Kerr 941-286-7315
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DEEP CREEK- 1150 Ricardo Gourmet Kitchen, Formal PUNTA GORDA ISLES ESTATES & HOMES Coldwell Banker Sunstar
Well Maintained 3/2/2 POOL Dining, Master Bath w/ 3/2/2 Upscale Designer 941-456-8304
Home on Quiet Cul-De-Sac.1 Roman Tub, w/ Walk-In Clos- Home. Spool Pool Spa,
ets, Roman Tub, Dbl. Sinks & Bamboo Flooring, Granite
Spacious Rooms & Special )wer. NEED CAM ,;
Features! $199,999 NORTH PORT MORE! $219,999. Counters & Roman Shc
$189,900. 2300 Jasmine Way $215,000. Sue Ellen Furnich Move In Condition. A Steal At
VERY MOTIVATED SELLER! Beautifully Remodeled 2005 941-276-2894 $539,900 941-575-1697
Sue Ellen Furnich, Pool Home 3/2/2 Plus den, Coldwell Banker Morris Really, Incl
941-276-2894 1946 SF Under Air, New SS ........ ........
IlColdwell Banker Morris Really, In Appliances, tropically Land-
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EQUINE PARADISE IN PARADISE. of Char eston Park. Asking GULF FRONT COMPLEX
$249,900 PUNTA GORDA ISLES
Ba Bridge Homes On Venice Beach. Condo you 3BR/3BA Canal Front Home
4 1-626-8200 PUNTA GORDA, Burnt Store can rent out for ROL
PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2 Meadows. 3/2, Family R with Dock, Lift, Pool, Fenced
m. Mid $200,000s Yard & is Close to Harbor!
18398 Elgin Ave. Open floor + Add'I Formal Living & Dining. Karla Furry 941-320-8397 New Carpet. $299,900 Willie
plan, tile roof, granite, vaulted Lg. Lanai w/ Beautiful Pool.
Coldwell Banke r Keiser, Berkshire Hatha
ceil., fenced yd. $116,789 Home is in Pristine Cond. way
605-759-4251 w/Tropical Lush Landscaping. Residential Real Estate FL Realty 941-276-9104
PUNTA GORDA 3/2+/3 BIt Carolyn Starns, Downing Frye
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WATERFRONT CONDOS/VILLAS MOBILE HOMES MANUFACTURED OUT OF AREA HOMES FOR RENT
HOMES 1030 FOR SALE FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE HOMES 1210
44 L 1040 1095 LWM 1110
PUNTA GORDA. Immaculate, LA
Water View, Private Dock. PUNTA GORDA ISLES PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2 MOBILE HOME 14'X70y, 8, PORT CHARLOTTE WATER
Open Plan, 212. Harbor Front Penthouse $25,900! Priced Below Mkt original camp on 1/4 acre lot FRONT. 2 BR. 2 BATH AND 2.5CG
Active Community. On Great Sacan a a Lake i NEW KITCHEN AND DOCK. UPGRADED
Reduced to $158,900 3BR/3BA Top Floor Corner For Immediate Sale! No pets Upstate New Y r $79,900 AND ENERGY EFFICIENT 1600SF
2,700 Sq. Ft. of Luxury with Adult Community. Fishing HOME ON EICAM WATERWAY WALK
414-520-0374 Panoramic Harbor Views. Pier On Charlotte Harbor. 518-605-8288 TO EVERYTHING. LAWN CARE INCL.
- Immaculate & updated 212 $1200/mo. LEASE, NO SMOKING
- Willie Keiser, Berkshire Hath-1 double. Better hurry & call HOMES FOR RENT CALL MIKE 941-360-0553
- away FL Realty 941-276-91041 1 Mike @ 941-356-5308 A l in 1210
ppow- PUNTA GORDA Real Living
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Available from $64,500 2/2 PC HOME $925/MO
2/2, Carport, Shed & ANNUAL & SEASONAL FULLY REFURBISHED
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Screened Room.Monthly Call The Pineapple Girls (941)629-1121
w/Private Marina Fees $405 00 941-473-U333
A Waterfront Communi of PUNTA GORDA ISLES PineapNe Gulf Prop. t. in'. VENICE, Immaculate 21211
454 Homes & Building ites Prime Waterfront Location PUNTA GORDA, Mobile OM099.
55+ Resident Owned Harbor Point Turnkey Home, 2BDRM, Fla. Room, www. entEnglew com Newly Renovated. 1400 sf,
Sailboat Access-Gated 212 With Dock & Lift Lots, Fenced Yard, Lots Washer & Dryer. $1,050. mo.
Large New Clubhouse Motivated Seller $169,00011 [Trees, Perfect For Snowbird BAY INDIES RESORT 1 st, Last &Sec. 941-497-2728
w/Lots of Social Activities Email darby408@aol.com" 1$22,500 502-558-8460 COMMUNITY
215 Rio Villa Drive For Pics 330-715-8000 1 CONDOS/VILLAS
Punta Gorda VENICE RANCH M.H.E. FOR RENT
wind mil Ivi Ilage. org Community is being Renovat 1240
ed! Lot rental community LZ 2
12x46 2BR/1 BA, furnished,
CONDOSNILLAS 2. :ffs- asking $3,500
FOR SALE 24x32 2BRJ1BA, unfurnished, ANNUAL:
1040 new appliances, RENTALS MULTIPLE 2/2 CONDOS
!2 asking $5,300. Ranging From $750.-$850.
PUNTA GORDA ISLES Op Others to choose from. STARTING AT NO ANIMALS.
Floor 2 BR/Den-2.5 BA. Fan- WALKING DISTANCE TO $875.00 Call for Details:
26336 Nadir Rd tactic Water Views! Lovely PUBLIX & CVS Call Tocig for A pt.
Deep Creek Decor is in Pristine Condition. I Fiddlers Green Rentals
Two Large Private Garages 55+ comm. No pets 239 1ST MTH SPECIAL 941-698-4111
Willie Keiser, Berkshire Hath- 941-488-5672 DEEP CREEK, 212 Furn. on
-away FL Realty 941-276-9104 www.VeniceRanch.com Golf Course. Cvrd Parking. 2nd
COME SEE FIr. W/D No Smoke $750. Mo.
1 st, Last& Sec. 941-625-2255
ADVERTISE I PRED WHAT OUR ENGLEWOOD ISLES, Large
Wd M .. LUCED LIFESTYLE 1 bdrm, furn'd, canal front,
GORGEOUS 2/2 TURNKEY In PUNTA GORDA, MUST SELL HAS TO OFFER! heated pool, W/D $695 plus
FURNISHED GOLF CONDO. Palms & Pines MHP. 2/1/CP utilities. 941-475-1275
END UNIT W/ SKYLIGHTS The Classifieds! VENICE- Beautiful Home in Laundry Rm & Screen Rm w/ PORT CHARLOTTE Oaks IV
PANORAMIC GOLF COURSE Vinyl Windows. Fishing, Boat 950 RIDGEWOOD
VIEWS. $1500 BUYER Bay Indies. 2 Bed/213ath, Ramp, Clubhouse! $22,999. AVENUE VENICE, FL 212 furnished, very neat, $800
REBATE IF PURCHASED REDUCED! Garden in Lanai on Green $20,900 Owner Financing 34285 941-485-5444 mo. 1st, last. 440-610-6880.
THROUGH Belt. Large Storage Shed. w/ 1 OK Down! Aged Qualified
Fla Golf Properties Inc Computer Station in Office. L 941-626-6879 PORT CHARLOTTE, 212, 1st
Many Extra Amenties! floor, W/D, small pets ok, cen-
941-698-4653 $23,000. Georgene Rivers, CALUISA SPRIN&S rally located, water incl. $750
941-979-7757 NORTH PORT 1st, Last, & Sec. 941-28&6252
4BR/2BA/2CAR GARAGE
PUNTA GORDA ISLES, PUNTA GORDA ISLES,
FURNISHED TURNKEY MANUFACTURED SINGLE FAMILY HOMES 212, Furnished, All Tile, W/D,
Waterfront Condo HOMES FOR SALE VitiL X Starting at $1050/mo $1000/mo + Electric.
2 Bed/2 Bath Updated 1095 -A-ABring your pets!-A-A Call 1-866-481-7027
Kitchen. Low Condo Fees PUNTA GORDA- Now Open Mon Fri 8-4
LAKE SUZY By Owner. Be $120,000. $110,000. Brand New 2014 Home Evenings and Saturdays
tiful, Well Maintained Vill Deb Sestilio 941-391-1873 ........... 2BD/2BA/CP. Porch, By appt. only (941) 613-1469
Poss. 3/2/2 Secluded yet Min. Visherman's Village Realtyl Utility Room. $69,900. SECTION 8 WELCOME P
From Shopping, Golfing, 1-75, 1 Call Greg 941-626-78291 46.:-- 11A P.
Beaches! Total sq. ft. 2,198. DEEP CREEK POOL HOME
$135,000. 941-625-8114 3/2/2 442 Londrina Dr.
G knM ly.21 $1150 Per Month VENICE ISLAND BEAUTIFUL
2/2 2005 1468 SQ. FT. Call Ed 309-265-7487 CORNER CONDO, UPGRADED.
Aactec & Assocl Fleetwood Home Has Den, 00r d OR/ 213A. LANAI
Hardwood & Tile Floors, & ENGLEWOOD CABLE TV. COV PARK NEAR
PUNTA GORDA- Ground New 2 Mo. Old Water S 0 1/1 HOUSE PATIO, CLOSE SHOPS AND BEACHES $895
Floor 212 in Gated Comm. Of Heater. You have to see thi TREASURE IN THE TREES
o n !% Roll's Landing. Beautiful one to believe it. $78,500 2/2 Pergo TO DOWNTOWN. $600 941485-0328
LAKE SUZY, 11335 SW Grounds!! Ind: 21' Four Winns Call Joe 941-628-8751 Completely Updated. 0 2/2 CONDO PATIO, TILE, I I
Essex Dr. Located in CC Boat & Tandem Trailer & $$39,995 END UNIT WATER INCL $750 JADVERT150 1
Kingsway Golf Course Area. Sunstream 40001b Boat Lift. ADULT COMMUNITY riversideoalksflorida.com
y VENICE, Great Lake Views!
2+Bed/Den, 2 Bath, 2CG MQQ QQQ $97,900. Sta-A Or Call Mike West Coast Property
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Jill Brouwer 941-276- To Advertise in www.rentaisflorida.net Village. Nicely Furnished
4459 or Linda 941-457- The Showcase Mad your B"t Including Kitchenware &
7245 Jill Brouwer Realty I of Homes Decorations. Screened Lanai,
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Seize the sales CHARLOTTE HARBOR 2 son Downtown. Incl. Cable
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WATERFRONT CONDO j Move In Today To This HOMES Jan.-Mar. 5 7-254-2437
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boat dock, pool, elevator, Better Hurry & Call $1500..2+/2/2 Gated 55+....PC FOR RENT
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shopping and beach ARCADIA, Nearly New $1200..3+/2/2 2204 SqFt .... DC
PORT CHARLOTTE, PHONE 9 1 41-650-3714 FSB 3BR/2BA Manufactured $1000 ... 3/2/2 1383 SqFt ..... PC
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1st Floor 1/1 Fully Furnished.. Financing Available! $69,995 LET US RENT YOUR HOME 2BR/2BA $825/MO
Reserved Parking Space. Prestige Homes, Punta Gorda Agent Available On Weekends
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REDUCEDI MOBILE HOMES w/loft $50,000 941-249-8035 Paradise Properties & NOKOMIS 212, $700 mo,
FOR SALE 11. 7 Rentals, Inc 941-625-RENT Central Heat & Air, No Pets,
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ALTRATONSON ALL EXPRESS COMPUTER DIRM ELECTRICAL DAN THE HANDYMAN AN OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE
Certified Master Tailor REPAIR SERVICE, Bath rm & kitchen remodels may be required by the City
40 Yrs. Exp. Busy Schedule? Low Flat Rate. 7 Days! "Plug Into Personalized Service" Painting, Carpentry, Anything? and/or County. Please call the
All Fittings Done In Your Tech 10 Yrs. Exp! Electrical Maintenance 941-697-1642 appropriate occupational licens- A Cuatic
Home Or Office By Appt. (941)-830-3656 Lic./Ins. *Repairs Troubleshooting DAVE'S HANDYMAN ing bureau to verify pla
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FREE Computer Check! ECVTN/ Sm/Lg 941-628-8326 Lic/Ins 15% Sr Discount! LNAKE PODPERYVICES
ALUMINUM MENTION THIS AD $50.00 BUSH HOG FREE EST. Lic. & INSURED INCREASE A AETYETVALLE
500 CLEAN & TUNE! 5080 ENGL 941-475-6611 PLEASING AMENITY
Loom 5006Exp. 91/114 5L/ DEly OR N. POfR 941-423-0020 +SERVICES To FIT YOUR
941-764-3400 SERVING CI-ARI.OTTE AND SPECIFIC LAKE & POND NEEDS
THE HEIGHTS ALUMINUM, CONTRACTORS BUSH BUSTERS INC. SLIDING GLASS JARSOIAFREVIcEICO .M Call TFR Shedule An
INC. Screen Rooms Brush Mowing DOOR Appointment With One Of
aLanais Pool Cages L : 5054 Bush Hogging and Window Repair MEIA RIAIN Our Licensed & Insured
Rescreens Seamless ALL Mulching Lowet Price Call 941-587-2027 Technicians.
Gutters Soffit Fascia **Selective Clearing *GUARANTEEM!! FREE ESTIMATES!! 941-378-2700
* Pavers Concrete Tree & Stump Removal *Licensed & Insured II WWAOF.O
941-613-1414 OR Insert "We Can Do Anything!" 941-628-8579 Charlotte Co. lic#AAA-11- WWAOF.O
Lc/941-0260645 Ph oto 9146604 2 or GUTTERS 6" Seamless. O0010Sa ServigCCharilotte G A T LOOKl RDG 50t
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APPLIANCE Edward Ross Construction HANDYMAN/ GUTTERTOWN A I Slawn aiemtion starting at $85
SERVICE/REPAIR Services, Inc. 941-408-8500 GENERAL REPAIR Specializing in Fwe lawn & tree emluation by
5020 pool cases, Scr. Ianais, etc... 5089 5" & 6" gutters, Fascias, OU D O S Cert. Aekoist while onpremises!
LZ ~ ~TEDDY'S HANDYMAN & Sofits, Seamless runs. Spcamgm: 941-4)26-8983
REMODELING, INC. Call for FREE estimates! Land ighigIA etfedAbrs
DRYER VENT CLEANING & No Job Too Big or Too Small! Serving Sarasota County Sprinkler ytmRepair John Cannon FL-6444A
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30 yrs. exp. (941)-889-7596 Serving NP, Charlotte & PG Kitchen & Bath Tuse Ups HANDYMAN Presue WnigLAWN REPLACEMENT
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cCleaneyour dryer bfr CORERTX windows,edeos aad more! Call 941- 539-1694 Landsaing Malone' 3od
L94132/Ins7 5055 plumbing references2 exp. J & J HANDYMAN 40-4-36LB'S TOTAL LAWN &
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D TA 1cR V T E slNG A25 ORntng Trssr Eastin & Dependabiliy Accps abit P su Cre THlsino g0re
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Mon-Sat calls only $20! COURTEOUS & AFFORDABLE AC/DC AIR CONDITIONING. NO JOB TOO SMALL OR ODD One call for all your tree & RMNSLW R
941-249-1161 TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM Free Service Call with repair. CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE hom srie!
ALL AIRPORTS! $39 Maintenance Special. LICENSED & FULLY INSURED All yomelan aseices RESIDENTIAL & COMM.
ADULTCARE941-626-5226 941-716-1476 Lic#CAC1814367 eourinwdn n LICENSED & INSURED
RSW $55 SRQ $60 HONEST AIR CONDITION- J.1OAN =washing, tree removal, 94-30-AW
Lw 5050 TPA $125 MIA $225 ING & HEATING. Comm. & HANDYMAN SERVICES mulching, more! 15 yrs exp. SANDEFURS-HOME & TREE
a ~ ALL RATES ARE FROM PC SEE Res. Serving Sarasota & Char- Pressure Washing, Gutter 941-276-6979 Maintenance Tree trimming,
WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL RATES lotte County. 941-423-1746 Cleaning, Mowing, Yard Work DPsAIIYremoval. We do it all!
ALENDING HAND, INC. WW.LASEIBERNPRAINCM Lic. CA C056738 &al More 354years-exp. TREE SERVICE License/Insured941-484-6042
Caregi1rs ompanions, r -r l hn94 N & Trimming WMulching, lanting, S O W R REMOVE Al
94180937I 1 917328 1 I T Handyman Services. 941-889-8147 TYPES OF SOD941-716-9912
1 A V IE 7 S 1111] 24II-lurc Srvice- 1 L41-8d75-829 Lic#00000192 & Insured. STEVE'S TREE & HAULING
CN- il ar 1o Yur I ANYWHERE! EXPERIENCED LANDSCAPER Tree Removal & Trimming
Loved One In Your Home Or I Airport Service I John's Rescreening & Pruning & transplanting 2 er x.LcIs
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ReernesAaiale 1 Tampa $139. I ING- Rent to Own Your To Small, Free Estimates WINDOW WASHING
954-708-3721 1Door to Door Service I HmsA/.NCrdt. Lic9341./Ins. 941-883-1381 941-876-3097 TEYR U an
I Clean AC' Cars I No Problem. Easy Payments FAIYTE EVC re starting at $25.00 Serving
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w/eroalcre eas so- i#CACO58018 CAH. Trimming, Free Estimates. Call 1975. ASK ABOUT OUR
ping, housekeeping & appts. COCEES.O.S. RAINSCAPE INC A Full Tdy912782.LcIs NWIDSEIL
Please call 941-445-0312 5057 -Service Irrigation Company FLORIDA TREE INC. 941-276-9693
SENIORS HELPING SENIORS 941-468H4956 Monthly Maintenance starts at .Tree Trimming & Removal e TJ MILAZZO SR. 941-475-
Light Housekeeping, Meals, $094-888-2988 *Stump Grinding 0058 LAWN CUTTING
Errands and Companionship PRO PATH CONCRETE 16 SEER Lawn Service e MOST LAWNS. $25-$30.
Licensed & Bonded Driveways Pati0s LAORWCONDIONG SSTEMES *0 0 Bucket Service e EXPERTLY DONE IN ENGLEWOOD,
941-257-8483 *O Siewlk *$PadS INSTALLED RWRAT LDN 941-613-3613 ROTONDA & CAPE HAZE
CHILD CARE ReuSarnT.pdo ilbe 0 LUC #CA5116S23PY GIASS DOOR FREfSr CTmAWNic.MORE MILAZZ401 LANDSCAPING
5051 941-286-6415 Wh. IRF ee l riaepais. FRESH CUT LAWNSALPHSSOREINTL
Lic #AAA-1 1-00081 U..ARFe siae i/n.STARTING AT $25! ALPHSSOREINTL
L Heating & Air Conditioning Bob @ 941-706-6445 941-661-1850 LANDSCAPING, INSTALLATIONS,
Classified = Sales | Services LLC I Free Estimates Call Frank PLANTING, PEPPER BERRY CON-
ALL CHILDCARE New Air Conditioning Installs CARPENTER, INC. Handyman TROL & CONCRETE CURBING.
FACILITIES MUST INCLUDE, RICH LANDERS Starting at $2500! Rotten wood, doors, soffit, facia, GENERAL LAWN, landscape Tommy's Tree & Propert
WITH ADVERTISEMENT, STUCCO, INC. 941-697-8697 etc. Phil 941-626-9021 lic. & ins. services. (941)-426-7844 Sevc *Ti & reov
STATE OR LOCAL AGENCY Honest, Reliable work! 813-493-2655 "TeSuc u" Wright & Son Landscaping Inc Servicle Trim &aremov
LICENSE NUMBER. LIC/INS New Const & CAC1815695 "Thell Stuo Guy" Coplt lawn care.REELi/n 91-8993
FLORIDA STATE LAW Remodels. Rusted bands Drall ei, in d Sill s &ieILAWND BEREEZE Lic/i NS 941)-09-903
requires all child care centers & wire lathe repair. HOME / COMM. LateoraiRe Bands, Rsdnil&Cmca LAWN SEVC VEE ANSARABL
and day care businesses to spraycrete & dry-wall IMPROVEMENT Deativ BAndsexur, R4esex&Cmercia LAWNri & ANsCinGl
register with the State of Flori- repair (941)-497-4553 5100 Matchr A eture 14con ywers xperdice Comril &om rset.
da. The Sun Newspapers will Seio &IeeasDson we prtd i&Mbl oeprs
not knowingly accept advertis- z !I 941-716-0872 Ins.Venice & surrounding Pressure washing, handyman,
Ing which is in CLEANING .areas. For free estimate home watch, odd jobs, etc
violation of the law SERVICES :5100 Basic Gutter TILE (Ceramic), Wood Floor- call Keith 941-445-2982 941-447-2428
500Cleaning & Handyman ing, Installation. Robert Jones
L1111111%g56 Services Call: Mike Ceramic Tile (941)-204-2444 J RIZ TREE SERVICES LEGAL SERVICES
L-4G 4GD1< 1 240-925-6806 Lic. #AAA006338/ns. Complete Tree Services
rUMeMEcRl BTUTORI7NG316 AEC A RDW AUAEVN~aate!TILE remodelnbaths, floos ServicingECharlott &ESarasota 5115
6877 b.baldrich@comcast.net In/0ut, R&Scres Best price mn twn 5186,628-0442Lic.#AAA006387 941-306-7532 Lic & Ins
COMPUTER SERVICE Also Vinyls, Clean & Polish, WE SELL & INSTALL Pavers, JOHN EDWARDS LAWN NON-LAWYER SERVICES
H/W Team. Lic#25014 & Ins. BOB'S CABINET SOLU Curbing, Concrete, Rock, Mulch, SERVICE Mowing MOST Wills, Divorces, Taxes, Living
5053 941-441-8658 TIONS 35 yrs exp. All your DISCOUNT ROCKS 'Lawns $25. As Often As you Trusts. Call 941-629-0770
MAJSTI CLANIG cabmnet/counr Lo 2needs. 941-623-6192 Lic. 11-00002010 Like. Mo tService, Lo~w 1RMAONR
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HOUSEHOLD GOODS FURNITURE FURNITURE FURNITURE CLOTIIING / JEWELRY ANTIQUES
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MATTRESS, QUEEN & BOX. CHAISE LOUNGE Pale Yellow, GLASS TABLE 2chair tea oTal SOFA,, 82LX39W36H mint- JACKET BLUE fox short but- issues great condition $1
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I've recently been seen
by my primary care
physician and would p
like your take on some
issues. I've been expe-
riencing a throbbing
sensation in my neck, rip
which relates to my
pulse. Sometimes it ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman
feels like I am wearing F_ Dr. Roach= JWMy
something snug on my coN V0 0, U FIZONGE 1 PIP WX OU'RR
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"hear" the blood flow- inside the fluid of the MONW.
ing through my veins. brain. Weight reduc-
Oftentimes this pulse af- tion can reduce this
fects my hearing (I have sensation.
a fan running under my One other concern I
desk, for instance, that I have is that a wide pulse
can hear coming in and pressure (the differ-
out) and I sometimes ence between the top i
see tiny lights flashing number of your blood 044 *4119
with my pulse as well. pressure, the systolic,
This almost never and the lower number, GARFIELD By Jim Davis
causes me any pain, but the diastolic) can lead I'M BORED, LET'S 170 WANNA GOTO THE AIRPORT
sometimes I end up with to similar symptoms. GARFIELP SOMETHING AND PRETENP WE'RE GOING
a bad headache or a This can be tested easily, SOMEWHERE?
tender neck. by checking your blood
I am a 52-year-old fe- pressure. If the pulse LJKE 'TO A
male, 5 foot 3 inches tall pressure is wide (greater PLACE WITH
and weigh 160 pounds. I than 40), that might A LIFE?
am not in great physical need looking into.
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shape. I have asked DEAR DR. ROACH:
my doctor if that could There has been much
be the reason for this, reporting of the effect
and the suggestion was of not getting enough
brushed off. Instead sun during the winter
she ordered a carotid months. FRESHLY SQUEEZED By Ed Stein
Doppler screen, an MRI In your professional
and MRA of my head. opinion, can some peo- MILLIONS OF PG01PLG 4POT OUT PART OF MG STILL SLAMC-S TIHIC- PART OF YOU THAT'S
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can't seem to get any Southwest, all that heat
great answers as to why and sun from May to
I need them. She says October seemed to real-
she is "casting a big net" ly get to me. I wished for
to find out what's wrong a cloudy day often. Is it
with me. Could this just because I was raised in
be hormones? Or my the depressing North?
weight? L.T. J.R.W,
ANSWER: I think your ANSWER: Seasonal af
doctor is concerned fective disorder is a type
about abnormal blood of major depression with MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and Joe Giella
flow in your brain. recurrent seasonal onset W CAN WE HELP I. MAIJBG 'YOU AN I'LL
The sensation of being and remission. Although OMM*Y GET A N WILBUR CAN C E GIVE
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able to "hear" your it usually is described TOGETHER TO SLF A
pulse an actual as beginning in late fall 'YOUR SON CALL!
sound sensation that and early winter, and
comes and goes with going away in spring or
the pulse rate is summer, some people
called pulsatile tinnitus can have symptoms that
and is suggestive of an begin in spring and go
aneurism' blockagesin away in fall. People with
the arteries of the skull, spring-onset SAD more
tumors in the skull bone frequently have insom-
or abnormalities of the nia, poor appetite and
veins. Not everyone with weight loss. DILBERT By Scott Adams
pulsatile tinnitus will Light therapy is used E
have any of these, but only for fall-onset SAD. I CAN'T MEMORIZE
the risk is high enough Both medication and mi. I'm
that she wants to be psychotherapy, especial- RANDY. E NAMES AND SHAKE IT'S DON'T EVEN
J HANDS AT THE SAME BOTHER.
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Childhood abuse victim finds love 11LARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley
in arms of another woman
DEAR ABBY. I am a wom-
an in a loving relationship
with another woman. My to 70 0
family has been harsh in X -o14 npofzy.
their remarks to me, saying 10 1 NW -Wbo
they would rather I was FAKOtal VOY
dead than doing this, or that
I should move away if this is r*
the way I am going to live. *0
I have been married
twice. Neither marriage DearAbby PEANUTSByCharles Schulz
worked out. During my
childhood, I was molested
by a family member. Since diverse state and Dallas,
then, I have been scared of Houston or Austin might be W U up
men and dont want to be a better fit for you.
around them. I have had DEAR ABBY. I'm a
crushes on women in the 13-year-old girl who has
past, but didnt tell my fami- been told many times that
ly because I'm a 30-year-old I'm very mature for my
adult and I felt it was none age. Unfortunately, I'm
of their business. too mature. What I want CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers
I keep asking myself if most in the world is sex -TKYSAW WHEA STAIF,'11 No AW I FIC'
my attraction to my lover appeal. I long for the perfect FLAtAT5 WVOORS-To KeEP (A) rM lViE62 CIE
was a choice, but I dont sex-crazed boyfriend. What
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remember "choosing" this. can I do about this craving2 *NTI L ATFD FLACe:S FAw im ERE...
All I remember is falling -BEYOND MY YEARS IN
for her and not wanting to KENTUCKY ?C
look back. Should I end this DEAR BEYOND: The tirst
relationship and live alone thing you should do about
forever? I never want to be this "craving" is learn all you
with another man as long can about birth control and
as I live. -ACHING IN self-control, because the
AMARILLO perfect sex-crazed boy-
DEAR ACHING: Because friend" could get you and
your family is so unaccept- himself into a world of 14.2
ing of your sexual orienta- trouble. At 13, you should SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie
tion, it would be interesting be focused on sports and
to know how they view your getting into and out of high DO YOU CHANGE TWE OIL THERE'S NVER
molester. Did you tell any- school with a diploma. EVERY THREE MOW99 NO- ANY LVT
one what happened, and Whoever told you you
did you receive counseling are mature for your age
about it? If the answer is you must have meant physically,
didn't, then please consider because when a girls No. I
getting some now to help desire in the world is sex
you deal with any residual appeal and a sex-crazed
issues because you appear boyfriend, it is not a sign of
to have a few like your emotional maturity.
fear of and aversion to all DEAR ABBY. Last year I
men. made a beautiful welcome
What your family said wreath for my friend to 4/25
was cruel and uncalled-for. hang on her front door.
Ifs apparent they know After all this time, ifs still
nothing about homosexu- sitting in a box in her JANRIC CLASSIC SUDOKU
ality. There is a chapter of basement. If she doesn't Re
PFLAG (Parents, Families it, I would like to ask for it Fill in the blank cells using numbers 1 to 9. Each number can appear only once in each row,
and Friends of Lesbians back, so I can use and enjoy column and 3x3 block. Use logic and process elimination to solve the puzzle. The difficulty
and Gays) about two hours it. Abby, can I do thisWhat level ranges from Bronze (easiest) to Silver to Gold (hardest).
away from your commu- could I say2 LORRIE IN
nity, located in Lubbock. FLORIDA 8 Rating: SILVER
You can find it online at DEAR LORRIE: It has 9 4 3 2
pflaglubbock.org. It can always been my belief that Solution to 4/24/14
provide information to once a gift has been given, 7 5
help you build bridges of it's inappropriate to ask for 1 3 2 6 8 4 115 17 9
understanding with your it back. However, if you feel 3 1 1 2 1 6 E
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family. comfortable enough with
Assuraing the feelings your friend to do so, tell her 7 9 1 2 3 5 8 6 4
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6130 BIKE RACK holds 2 bikes $25 48-6110-10 w/ chainbrake vin $95
GOLF CATLIFTED LZ941-268-8951 LAWNMOWER CRAFTSMAN 941-697-6592 NOTICE: Statute 585.195
"BLACK" RECONDITIONED 21" push 6.75hp $100 941- CHOP SAW Ridgid steel cho states that all dogs and cats
2011 CLUB CAR DS AQAV TEISBIKES FOR sale, new 485-0681 sw1i.lte d $1p sold in Florida must be at least
Tiles ,Am Ra Sea Lights 100Uit able Used Oc10ZT ma33s7972hwn3 rii$0 MOWER HONDA-CRAFTS- 94-270634i te usee$25 leth ceriicate and prop
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dition $40 941-429-8513 0261 725E attachments can be add cial health certificate and prop-
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3454 SCHWINN, MAN'S Electric EXTENTION LADDER alu-
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W/D, electronics, tools, lawn *Household, Clothes, Lots Of SAT.-SUN., 8AM-3PM
SR A Imowers, nice mens/womens Fishing Tackle & Books. 3785 Albacete Circle B.S.I.
clotheIS smme. ceilin fas.Thur-Sat 8-2 2466 Rio Queen Pine Bed, Mattress,
OFRI-SAT 9-4 396 Dorch- de Janeiro. MOVING SALE! Boxspring, White Cottage
ester St. Huge Sale. 6"Everyhing must go! Furn., Table & 4 Chairs + Leaf,
ACDIA AREA HueodClteIfrd NDOSAE household, tools, mower, etc. Black Armoire, Mirrors,
GARAGE SALES NORTH PORT Gas Grill & Much MORE! SAT. 9-1 & SUN. 9-12 Home Decor, Fishing Gear,
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[SAT 9-2 Moving Sale kitchen-tools, baby clothes-etc' Linens, Entertainment Cntr., bridge s NW. BoHousehold [:THU.-FRI. 9AM-2PM
Quality items no junk. FIRI-SAT 8-2. 3289 FR-U .93TVs, Antiques & more! Iems, Dss, yokhles, 10303 Burnt Store Rd
Tools, Arcadia Village Lot 454. TOUATR oehn 7FTB~ 9 Cr Tools, Generator, A/C, CaircaFrid s/reezeriR Iaker, #130. Household items, Tools,
for everyone, tons Of stuff, Houshold, Clothes Comp Kitchen, too much to list' 2HP Seahorse motor, Tubular
ENGLEWOOD dont miss this!!! Pics online. Deousk & MucheMoremp 2286 Meetze St. PC F-THURS. -SUNDAY 8-? Chaise Lounge, Like new
GARAGE SALES (776 toward Englewood, right on 118158 Bracken Circle'. Clothes & decorative items.
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children's items and much 6887 KETONA SAT.8-1 tacal Washer/Dryer, Wall
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jewelry, tools-yarn-clothing etc Rattan Table, Clothes, Chairs, HUGE HUGE SALE 6007! toys, etc
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E-LIQUID MADE IN USA 209CEYHRL,7K 855-481-2060 DIr 1 Owner, 71k, $5495
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BOAT REPLICA stand 54"hgt, 70 0855-481-2060 DIr 39,488 mi, $18,754 2000 GRAND MARQUIS
2 shelf-2dra $300 941-240- -~855-481-2060 DIr 67k mi., Sen. Owned, Garaged, 2011 AUDI A6
5540 a2012 CHEVY MALIBU $40 8 41-268-5403 NICE PRICE $33,988
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