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By ADAM KREGER Local officials weighed in this week. cellphones by authorities. of course. Florida's justices included
STAFF WRITER "Society and technology are Local attorney Chris Brown, of language in their conclusion stating
changing," said Punta Gorda Police Brown, Suarez, Rios & Weinberg, said that "a warrant was required before the
About 3 in 5 American adults own Department Detective Lt. Terry an eventual ruling will be interesting information, data, and content of the
a smartphone, according to a recent Cochran. "(New cellphones) bring because there have been so many dif- cell phone."
survey by the Pew Research Center. some new challenges. So, the courts are fearing lower court rulings throughout "That actually protects the Fourth
The advanced devices are frequently trying to catch up, and the police are the country in regard to the issue. Amendment of the United States,"
used by their owners in place of home just trying to do things right." For example, he pointed out, a Brown said, favoring Florida's stance.
computers and contain vast amounts The U.S. Supreme Court this week recent Florida Supreme Court ruling Scott Weinberg, a partner in the same
of personal data. That's why law began hearing arguments in two -Smallwood v. Florida, May 2013 law firm, said it's important that laws
enforcement's ability to search such cases involving arrestees convicted of -determined police cannot look and court rulings reflect the times. The
devices is at the center of a debate in crimes due, in part, to evidence found through photos on a cellphone without
the nation's capitol. during warrantless searches of their a warrant -with some exceptions, CALL I111
A moment to reflect NeeD:
Ades after teen
4#runs over her
L i"NORTH PORT Police don't antici-
i pate filing criminal charges against the
13-year-old girl whose grandmother
died after the teen allegedly ran her
~over with a minivan Wednesday
. evening, but North Port Assistant
~Police Chief Tony Sirianni said the
_ department has to remain objective
* until the Medical Examiner's Office
has completed its examination of the
68-year-old's body.
According to an NPPD report, the girl
~was asked by her grandmother, Judith
ii Anne Jellema, to straighten out a 2008
~Nissan Quest minivan that had been
~parked crookedly in the driveway of a
~home on the 4400 block of McKibben
The girl did as she was asked, but as
Don Knoeple of First United Methodist Church of Punta Gorda closed his eyes in quiet contemplation Thursday during the 63rd annual National she was backing up, Jellema was struck
Day of Prayer, an annual observance held the first Thursday in May. More than 80 people of all ages and faiths came together on the steps of the by the driver's side door, which was
Punta Gorda City Hall annex on Harvey Street one of several events held around town -to observe the day, which is celebrated across the
country by people of all religions. See morephots on pages 6-7. TEEN 111
! "Badges and guns for bats and mitts
By ADAM KREGER of getting together outside the office twice a week and in other tournaments
STAFF WRITER and doing something physical outside throughout the year. But players say the
of work," said Gorman. "And it gives our SAO tournament will be their first major
When the Charlotte Lawmen take families a chance to hang out." challenge since Murray passed away.
the field Saturday in Fort Myers for the About 24 Lawmen turned out for "It's a huge difference," Williams said.
area's largest softball tournament of its practice Wednesday. The team has "But we're carrying on his legacy."
kind, the focus will be more than just gotten so big, it will split into two The Lawmen came in third place in

Our Town Page 2 C The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014
Prilde Fest to be held at Lailshley
Charlotte County Pride
will have its second Pride ....
Fest at Laishley Park from
noon to 6 p.m. Saturday
at Laishley Park. eieta.....
The event focuses on Feace,* ei,
promoting awareness Ck,,
and equality within the ..
Carrie Egbert, president ..,
of Charlotte County Pride, ..
said the celebration wilJt .......
begin with a walk from ..
Gilchrist Park to Laishley..... ........
Park at 11: 15 a.m.r
spar a c m h gestg Linda Dresser, Mary Gay Hutcherson and Cindy {outts dance the Cuban Shuffle during the first
spakrs Rachelt Gordai, Charlotte County Pride Fest last June at the Charlotte County Fairgrounds in Port Charlotte. This
mayo ofPunt Goda, year, the event is moving to Laishley Park in Punta Gorda, where it is set to take place from noon
Rhonda DiFranco, vice to 6 p.m. Saturday. Carrie Egbert, president of Charlotte County Pride, said the celebration will Charlotte County Pride president Carrie Egbert, left, and Char-
mayor of North Port, and begin at 11:15 a.m. with a walk from Gilchrist Park to Laishley. lotte County Health Department employee Eric Stockley were
attorney Erica Raffel. pleased with the turnout at last year's inaugural event.
family-oriented, and IF YOU GO sponsors enough," awareness and equality,"
entrtanmet wll ha: CarltteCoutyEgbert said. "Especially she added. "That's why
bneprovinment bylcl Pride hrltteCut Macy's, Wells Fargo, we do it."
begrops e suc las ombiees the Community AIDS Visitors are asked to
gropssuh s omieWhen: Noon to 6 p.m. Network and Dr. Robert bring a nonperishable
University, Nexxlevel, Saturday Getter from the Spine food item to gain entry
the Kate Keys Band, Where: Laishley Park, Punta Institu3,the. whiho wil beD givpe n potor
and No Angel out Gorda .. .....nue" inJnurwheiChawilotte HIV/nt
of Fort Lauderdale. More information: www. 2013,nded misn anu A IDS th e oalte Suport/ o
Drag performances by Charlotte County Pride CHP.A$doains
Chyna DeLoves, Vinny pridefest.html for details "is to uplift and inspire
Fettuccino, Alyson tecm uiyocme suggested at the gate as
Wonder-Land and Trixie free and confidential together in unity as awelNopr naco-
Towers will take place hepatitis C, STD and fa iy norgn ers or pets are allowed.
thrughut he ay.HIVtesingoffredbyequality and diversity." Parking is free. Guests
Numerous food vendors the Community AIDS Travis Dumas, Alexis Wyman, Chloe Lauer and Lauren Jahr came Egbert said last year's are encouraged to bring
and arts and crafts tables Network. from Englewood to support last year's event. event drew about 1,200 their own lawn chairs
will be set up for visitors "The results are rapid," will be conducted with and a one-night stay at guests and she is hoping and sunscreen.
as well. Egbert said, "normally the grand prize round- Alexander's Guest House that this year they will For more information,
Individuals will be able within 15 minutes." trip tickets for two on in KeyWest. surpass that number. visit www.charlotte
to take advantage of the Egbert said a raffle the KeyWest Express "I can't thank our "It's all about
116OVERNMENT GFWC Woman's Club, meats, pasta, cheese, citrus, breads, or F e a tu re d E v e n ts
Board members will meet at 10 am, and more. 941-681-0477.
0 TODAY at the Clubhouse, 20271 Tappan Explorers car wash, JACD "A Round for the Kids,"to benefit water safety
Zee, PC. Sheriffs youth program members, 0 SUN DAY awareness, Saturday, May 3 @ 8 a.m., Port Charlotte Golf Course. After
TuitDvlp et Bingo Friday, Friendliest 9 am-noon, behind Charlotte State party @ Dean's in PG. $200 per team or $60 per individual. 50/50 raffles
Coucist meeg,8pment0 Bingo game in town. Quarter games Bank & Trust, I1100 Tamiami Trail. Farmers Market, History and prize money.
Murocilmeen, PC 764-49 8 0 start at 10:15 am, Centennial Hall 624-5400. Park Farmers Market 9 am-1 pm, 501 DAV chapter 82 Second Annual Beach Party
MUnifk ire PC.76-438 Cultural Center. 625-4175. Closet of Hope, Free Shreve St., between Virginia Avenue Bash, in appreciation for all veterans and their families WWII through
UnfidLadUkrainian Dinners, Friday clothing, ID required. 9:30 am-noon. and Henry Street. 941-380-6814. OEF/OIF. Free food, music featuring The Flashbacks, games, swimming,
Development Code, (ULDC) 4:30-6 pm, homemade pierogies, Gulf Cove UMC, I1100 McCall, PC. Punta Gorda Elks, Bar door prizes.11I a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, May 4 @ PC Beach Complex. All
Roundtable meeting, 2 pm, 18500 call about takeout. St. Mary's Church 697-1747. open 12 pm; Wings & Rings 2-5 pm; veterans and their family welcome. Info: Deborah 973-714-8960.
Murdock Circle, Bldg. B., Room 106-13, at Price and Biscayne. Cost $9. Free Tai Chi, Want serenity, Music by Gary & Kerri; Tiki open FOE Eagles 3296, stop in tonight at the Eagles for AYCE Fish
PC. 764-4909. 423-2427. balance, peace? Free Tai Chi and I pm. Dinner (5-6 pm.) and dance to the sounds of Verceal & Al (6:30-9:30
Bruce & Tiki D, live music, qligong w/Richard or Mary, 9:30 am, Deep Creek Elks 2763, p.m.). Join us! 23111 Harborview Road, CH. 941-629-1645.
EVE NTS 5-9 pm, Center Stage at Fishermen's Gilchrist Park. 407-923-8310. lodge opens @ I pm. 1
Village, 941-639-8721. Punta Gorda Elks, lunch PCHS Jazz Band, live 0 TUESDAY Punta Gorda Elks, lunch
TODAY Friday Night Dance, A I1am-2 pm; Dinner 5-8 pm; Music by music, Fishermen's Village, Center I11 am-2 pm; Dinner 5-8 pm; Karaoke
variety of local entertainers for your Geoff Schmit(TaT 2); Queen of Hearts Stage, 2-4 pm, 639-8721. Men's Club, Gulf Cove 6:30-9:30 pm with Sournotes; Tiki
Deep Creek Elks 2763, enjoyment. $7. 7 pm, The Cultural 6 pm; Tiki open 2 pm @ 25538 Shore, Methodist Men meet at 8 am, open 2 pm @ 25538 Shore, PG.
Wings & Dogs 12-2 pm, Dinner 5- Center, 625-4175. PG. 637-2606 members/guests. 0 MONDAY Stefano's Restaurant, 401 S. Indiana, 637-2606. members/guests.
8 pm, filet, ribs and more. Music with Public Open House, Bingo Saturday, Friendliest Englewood. 697-8373. Networking for Women,
Escape from 6:30-9:30 pm. Moore Observatory, Edison State Bingo game in town. Quarter games Deep Creek Elks 2763, Charlotte Carvers, wood Kumo Japanese SteakHouse, 17945
College, 26300 Airport Road, PG, start at 10:15 am, Cultural Center lunch with Amy I11 am-2:30 pro, carving/burning @ Punta Gorda Boat S. Tamiami Trail, NP. 11:30 am-1 pro.
8:30 pro. Free public open house info 625-4175. Cornhole @ 6 pro. Club, West Retta Boulevard, Phone: 239-985-0400.
SUBSCRIPTIONS 637-9156. Girl Scout Fashion, Punta Gorda Els, light 8 am-noon. Call Bob, 391-5064. Cribbag,Join us at the
HoeDlvr ae:1-3 pm, Fishermen's Village, Center lunch I11 am-2 pm; Chicken night Deep Creek Elks 2763, Cultural Center 12:45-4 pm,
Newspaper designated market: 0STRACorenrStg,6982. 4-8 pm; Karaoke w/Billy G. 6:30- luc ihDaeIIa-:0p, Centennial Hall. Call 625-4175 for
City Zone- Carrier home Thunder Mountain 10:30 pm; Tiki open 4 pm @ 25538 Dinner 5-8 pm Italian Night, AYCE info.
delivered 7 days. A Round for the Kids, Railroad Band, free concert Shore, PG. 637-2606 members/ pasta, pizza, and more. Karaoke with Food for the Soul, Bible
to benefit water safety awareness, 2-4 pm,Train Depot Dock, 1009 guests. Spot light from 6:30-9:30 pm. study 4:30 pm. Dinner 5:30 pm.
Rates as follows 8 am, $200 per team or $60 per Taylor Road, PG. Bring own chair. Fun With Music, An Meet the Author, Robert Activities for all ages 6-7:30 pmo.
plus 7% Florida Sales Tax: individual, 50/50 raffles and prize 916-74.afternoon of music, dancing and Talra h irr osl n in Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC.
Monthly Bank/ money. Mark Preuss Opening, fun!1I pm, Centennial Hall, Cultural copies of his books 10 am-1 pm @ 697-1747.
Credit Card ......................... $16.47 FC Men's Breakfast, Well-known local artist Mark Preuss Center. $2. 625-4175. 42 .HnyS.8356.Hip/Knee Replacement,
3 Months ............................ $66.51 8 am, church property, corner of opening reception. 4 pm, 1532 Punta Gorda Elks, Lunch
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:Our Town Page 4 C LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014
Life as seen by a psychic 7
By CAROL BRUYERE snapshot of what heaven his counseling and
SUN CORRESPONDENT FOR MORE is like, and includes a education services are ..
IN FORMATION chapter on reincarnation designed to assist in
"Nothing in life hap- and how we come back areas such as health,
pens by chance. We are For information on scheduled to renew our soul. family, relationships, ca-
all here to learn, grow, events, to plan your own "I have no secrets reers, past lives, finances,
and become a better event, or to purchase a copy now," said Marion. "I personal and social lifeI
person." of Marion's book go to www. wrtthsbobea e isu .
pschc autorz ainLrn0ain m I wanted the world to "We are all here for
frqtysy h acL res Marion om nHntntn know I haven't lived a a very specific reason.
frqueintlyishactres his Liog Isln Huign- perfect life. I'm in human Don't blame God and
quotekinhops leues n d o n mohrsand.ri ga d form. I go through the other people for your
workhop design t moter' spritwassame struggles and disadvantages. Everyone
help people understand sitting in a rocking chair won
and "fine tune" their own in his parents' bedroom herb akstem" iteau orfterow ,,
gifs, ivig erbl wrnigs Marion, a four- script. Use your common
Marin dicussd tohis athe. Sice ten, year resident of Port sense ... learn, grow, and _
his autobiography Marion has received and Charlotte, has conducted experience ... follow your /
"A Journey Through shared uncanny predic- professional psychic heart, your discernment,
a Psychic's Eyes" and tions of people, places readings since 1996, and just plain logic," he SNPOOB AO RYR
signed copies for fans and events. His gifts, he when he was 16. His has said. SNPOOB AO RYR
during a meet the author feels, are meant to be background and expe- Marion does periodic Local author Lorenzo Marion discusses his autobiography with
event at the Punta Gorda a conduit to guide and rience in education as a book discussions/ sign- Nell Malat.
Library on Tuesday. The inspire others. teacher's assistant, and ings at Port Charlotte, locations, answers all can communicate
story details Marion's The book, a part of director of after-school Punta Gorda and Venice call-in questions on his with those who have left
different spiritual and what he considers to programs encouraged libraries. These events Internet radio show Ask this world.
paranormal experiences, be his mission for God, him to expand his busi- are free and open to Lorenzo." As my travels on Earth
and explains what his life was designed to share ness to include lectures, the public. He also Marion's second book have become more inter-
was like growing up as a his, and his clients', mediumship classes, and does personal readings, "Messages Beyond the esting," Marion said, "I
psychic and a medium. spontaneous memories psychic development group parties or events, Grave" will be coming have learned it's not what
At 6, Marion experi- of past lives, and tell how workshops in 2001. workshops in various out at the end of the year. you do in life, it's what
enced his first "vision" at he uses his gifts. It gives a According to Marion, New York and Florida It will talk about how we you do with your life."
P a e y u l ass i ified ad COUNTY SEEKING for three years. Committee meets Works Department, 7000 Florida
I first and third Monday of each Lemon Bay St. and St., Punta Gorda, FL 33950,
VOLUNTEERS month at 8:30 a.m. in Murdock. Drainage Advisory Committee: call 941-575-3600, or email
T OA!The Board of County Commis- For an application, call 941-743- five volunteers who must be MSBU-TU@CharlotteFLcom.
i~i ii i i i i i ] sioners is seeking volunteers for 1300, or email joann.dillon@ residents of Charlotte County and Parkside Land Use Advi-
(9 1 0 -1 0the following appointments: CharlotteFLcom. reside within the unit. Terms: sory Committee: five volunteers
- Affordable Housing Englewood East four regular members and one as follows: one owner of
- Advisory Committee: one Non-Urban St. & Drainage alternate member. The term residential property who resides in
0 41 M I K u Bm residential home builder, one Advisory Committee: one l engths will be determined at the Parkside CRA; two commercial
for-profit provider, one real estate volunteer who must be a resident the first regular meeting. Submit property owners in the Parkside
NYOW OJEO prfsinlTemarfothe- of Charlotte County and reside application and resume to Public CRA; and two representatives from
OPN EW NTY U USN M Do "N years. The committee meets third within the unit. Term is for one Works Department, 7000 Florida land use, planning or construction
D IS O U T R C KWedesay f achqurte. or alternate member to serve a St., Punta Gorda, FL 33950, (this would include a licensed
an application, please call Joann two-year term from the date of call 941-575-3600, or email architect, a registered landscape
19888 VETERANS BLVD. PH: 941-623-6192 II Dillon at 941-743-1300 or email, appointment. Submit appli- architect, a general contractor, or
S, cation and resume to Public Manasota Key St. & an AICP planner or an individual
- Boca Grande St. & Works Department, 7000 Florida Drainage MSTU Advisory with five years of work experience
Drv wa iDrainage Advisory Committee: St., Punta Gorda, FL 33950, Committee: one volunteer to in land use planning). Please
Driveway Mix three volunteers who must be call 941-575-3600, or email serve as a regular member for a contact Kathy Knee for an applica-
STARTING at $3999/Yd. residents of Charlotte County and three-year term from the date of tion form at 941-764-4941, or by
NO COUPON REQUIREDM] reside within the unit. Terms: Grove City St. & Drainage appointment. Applicants must be email at kathy.knee@charlottefl.
FREE DELIVERY ON 5 YARDS OR MOREMZ two regular members to serve a Advisory Committee: two residents of Charlotte County and com.
{S meRetrcton apl)three-year term from the date of volunteers. Terms: one regular reside within the unit. Submit Sunco st W aterway
INO COME SEE JOHN, appointment and one alternate member to serve a three-year application and resume to Public Maintenance unit Advisory
DEPOSITS YOUR HARSCAPE PROFESSIONAL member to serve a two-year term term from the date of appoint- Works Department, 7000 Florida Committee: four volunteers
Bewe|Ti i 1 oi+,,+,, m a e epl from the date of appointment. ment and one alternate member St., Punta Gorda, FL 33950, who must be residents of
. Hire Craftsmen, Not Installers Submit an application and resume to serve a two-year term from the call 941-575-3600, or email Charlotte County and reside
l mA+ Rated : -*Pa.... install excludes Charlotte County. oPbi~rsDprmn, date of appointment. Applicants within the unit. Terms: three
7000 Florida St., Punta Gorda, FL must be residents of Charlotte Manasota and Sandpiper regular members to serve a
N O TIC E: 33950, 941-575-3600, or email County and reside within the unit. Key Community Plan Advisory three-year term from the date of Submit application and resume to Committee: one volunteer who appointment and one alternate
2013 FLO RIDA EN ERG Y Construction Board of Public Works Department, 7000 must be a full-time resident on member to serve a two-year term
Adjustments and Appeals: Florida St., Punta Gorda, FL 33950, either Manasota or Sandpiper Key. from the date of appointment.
DISC O U N T PRO G RA M one general building contractor, call 941-575-3600, or email Term is effective immediately and Submit application to Public
one mechanical contractor, one shall expire on Sept. 24, 2015. Works Department, 7000 Florida
architect, one member to serve Gulf Cove Waterway Please send request for application St., Punta Gorda, FL 33950,
TO: CHARLOTTE, LEE, as an alternate. The alternate Benefit Advisory Committee: to, or call 941-575-3600, or email
COLLIER, must be a licensed member of the one volunteer who must be a call 941-743-1956 for application.
AND SURROUNDING construction industry. Terms are resident of Charlotte County Northwest Port Char- Tourist Development
and reside within the unit. lotte Waterway Advisory Council: one volunteer who is a
COUNTIES Term: one alternate member to Committee: one volunteer who tourism industry member located
FROM: ENERGYCENSUS.ORG serve a two-year term from the must be a resident of Charlotte in the county and is subject to
SUBJECT: HOME REPAIR & ENERGY date of appointment. Submit County and reside within the the tourist tax. This term is for
EFFICIENT UPGRADES ... application and resume to Public unit. Terms: one regular member four years. Applications may be
, *Works Department, 7000 Florida to serve a three-year term from obtained by calling 941-743-1300,
TheFlria negy isout roramha aluedSt., Punta Gorda, FL 33950, the date of appointment. Submit or email joann.dillon@charlottefl.
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The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS C Our Town Page 5
O BITUARIES Theodore John WandzilakRa n s o l
CHA LTT-E Theodore John "Ted" Wandzflak, 89, passed awayWednesday, March 26, R ~ n s ol
2014, at Venice Regional Bayfront Health in Venice, Fla., after succumbing to
JeannetteW. Favale the end stages of Parkinson's disease, two months before his 90th birthday. o e n a e
He was born May 15, 1924, in Brownsville, Pa., of imm-igrant parents
JeanetteW. aval, ;' from Austria, John Wandzflak and Mildred Onuschak Wandzilak.
85, of Punta Gorda, Fla., .His parents worked as coal miners in Eastern Pennsylvania, before
passed away Tuesday, ,-- moving to the Greenpoint area of Brooklyn, N.Y., about four years
April122, 2014, at Florida after Ted was born. As a childhood hobby, Ted built "Hamn" radios n t 1 S u n d a y
Hospital in Tampa, Fla. from "whatever old parts he could find," and learned the Morse code by heart. Il
She is survived by her He later would use the Ham radio and Morse code to communicate with ut
beloved husband of 62 people in many countries. Ted attended Boy's High School in Manhattan, N.Y.,
years, John A. Favale; a where he graduated with honors and was fluent in Latin.
daughter, Janice (Don) After high school, he was drafted into the United States Army. He was ini- STAFF REPORT that amount during
Bowers; son, Albert Favale; tially deployed to Fort Dix, N.J., for basic training, and after a battery of tests, A lingering low-pres- thunderstorms.
and a sister, Velma Wright. the Army realized his knowledge of Morse code. From Fort Dix, he was sent to sure system should move "The low-pressure
A Memorial service Fort Riley, Kan., where in mock combat he became the head "radio man" in his out of Southwest Florida system is going to take its
celebrating Jeannette's division. From here, he was transferred to Jefferson Barracks, Mo. At Jefferson Saturday night, the sky time moving out of the
fife will be held at 2 p.m. Barracks, he applied to join the Air Force as a pilot, but the Air Force needed should clear and tem- area," McKaughan said.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014, a radio man in Alaska. The next thing he knew, he was transferred to the peratures should begin to The rain will con-
at Port Charlotte United Aleutian Islands in the I Ith Air Force. Before his transfer, he was sent to Fort climb at the beginning of tinue to hover in the
Methodist Church, Meade, Md., where he was taught high-speed Morse code. the new week, according area Saturday and
21075 Quesada Ave., Port Ted spent four years in the Aleutian Islands, mainly on Adak. Here, at age 19, to the National Weather into Saturday night,
Charlotte, Fla., with Pastor he became a Staff Sergeant. After World War 11, Ted moved back to Brooklyn, Service. he added. Saturday
Brian James officiating. and in 1949, he and Jane Kozaldewiez were married. He joined the family busi- However, there is a should be cloudy and
Comrittal with inurnment ness as an auto mechanic. The business moved to Lindenhurst, Long Island, slight chance of thunder- rainy with a high of
to follow will be held at N.Y. Here, Ted worked until he retired at age 65. storms, some of which around 85 degrees. The
a later date at Evergreen Ted and Jane moved to Englewood, Fla., in 1999. They enjoyed walking along could be strong, today, chance of rain is about
Cemetery in Watertown, Englewood Beach and collecting sea shells for over a decade. They truly loved said Andrew McKaughan, 60 percent. New rainfall
Conn. Friends may visit Englewood, and never missed the cold winters of New York. Ted was a loving a meteorologist for totals could reach about to husband to his wife of 62 years of marriage, and was a loving father to his four the National Weather a half to three quarters of
sign the memory book and children. All of his children graduated from college, thanks, in large part, to his Service's Tampa Bay an inch.
extend condolences to the generosity to them with what little he had. office. Saturday night should
family. Ted was an intelligent man, and if it were not for his childhood hobby as a "We're starting to be mostly cloudy with
Arrangements are Ham radio man and learning the Morse code, all of his children may never get to the time of year a chance of isolated
by Roberson Funeral have existed. For, after being sent to the Aleutian Islands, the remainder of his when we can't rule out showers. The tempera-
Homes & Crematory, Port boot camp fellows, according to his recollection, were sent to Europe, where a strong thunderstorm," ture should drop to
Charlotte Chapel. the majority perished in combat at the Battle of the Bulge. McKaghan said. "But it around 66 degrees. The
Ted is survived by his children, Theodore MarkWandzilak of Louisville, doesn't look like it's going chance of rain is about
Herbert C. Kraning Ky., Judy Zone of Salt Lake City, Utah, Robert Wandzilak of West Islip, to be widespread.*" 20 percent.
N.Y., and Ellen Elliot of Montauk, N.Y.; seven grandchildren; and two Today's forecast in-Thsytmwlbei
Herbert C. Kraning, 83, of great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Jane, in 2012. cludes a chance of scat- thcea syst ofl thegine
Punta Gorda, Fla., passed If anyone knew Ted, they may send a letter of condolence to Theodore Mark tered storms with a high t la u fteae
away Tuesday, April 29, Wandzilak, MD, 1348 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, KY 40217. of 87 degrees. Tonight Saturday night into
2014. Arrangements are Arrangements are by National Cremation Society of Port Charlotte, Fla. should be mostly cloudy early Sunday morning,
by Kays-Ponger & Uselton with a low of around and the sky should
Funeral Home and NORTH PORT March 11, 2014, stating he a Highlands County 70 degrees. There is still clear, McKaughan said.
Cremation Services, Punta had passed his GED test. Commissioner for a 30 percent chance of Sunday should be mostly
Gorda Chapel. He always tried to make 18 years. During his rain and thunderstorms sunny with a high near
Shan M. Breton his mother proud, in his Highlands tenure, he tonight as well. 81 degrees.
DulsSPotrvoice, "my ole girl." served on many com- The total rainfall Sunday night should
Doga otr Shan M. Breton, 27, of Hakeem was a very mittees, such as: Health amount could reach be mostly clear with
Douglas S. Potter, 70, North Port, Fla., passed special and unique Care & Rural Network three-quarters to an inch the temperature drop-
of Punta Gorda, Fla., died away Tuesday, April 29, person. He touched many Committee, Heartland throughout the day and ping down to around
Wednesday, April 30, 2014. lives, and always had a Library Cooperative, night, he said. Rainfall 63 degrees.
2014, in Punta Gorda. He smile on his face. Hakeem Library Advisory Board, totals could exceed Email pfallon@sun-heraldxom
Arrangements are by Kays- was born had a giving heart; like his Historic Preservation,
Ponger & Uselton Funeral Aug. 2 1, morn, he loved hard and Small County Coalition C0 M NT
Home and Cremation 1986, in Port just wanted to be respect- Board of Directors, C M U IYN W RES
Services, Punta Gorda Charlotte, ed in the same way. Insurance commit-
Chapel. Fla. He leaves his cherished tee, and Workforce Artist exhibit, old friends and make
Shan is memories to his mother, Investment Board. Guy reception plan ned some new ones. Bring a
Anthony D. Prete survived Melinda; stepfather, was also the President of covered dish to share, a
by his mother, Christina who loved Hakeem as the Florida Association of Mark Preuss, a well- folding chair and a card
Anthony D. Prete, 77, of Kovitch of Florida; his own, Ronnie; his Counties for a term. Guy known Punta Gorda artist, table if possible. DeSoto
Port Charlotte, Fla., passed father, Glenn Breton of fiancee, Sheryl Lafrance; had served as County will exhibit his large can- County Sheriff Will Wise
awayWednesday, April 30, Florida; sisters, Courtney grandparents, Wanda and Administrator for DeSoto vases from now through will provide iced tea
2014, at Signature Health Patterson of Florida, BobbyYoung, and Olivia County, Fla., since 2011. June 15 at the Unitarian and water. Pulled pork
Care. Arrangements are and Madisyn Kovitch of and Billie Sampson; He was a member of the Universalist Fellowship and barbecued chicken
by National Cremation Florida; brothers, Jacob step -grandparents, Carol Sebring Kiwanis Club of Charlotte County, 1532 will be provided as well.
Society of Port Charlotte. Kovitch of Florida, Dylan and Harold; great-grand- and Sebring Firemen Forrest Nelson Blvd., Port Bring any memorabilia
Breton of North Carolina, parents, Ruth Jackson Inc., and was a faithful Charlotte. All are invited you have. There will be
Carmela and Joshua Breton of and Virginia Young; member and Deacon at to the free opening re- a prize for the oldest
Scanapico North Carolina; second brothers, Jakarri, Shang, Bible Fellowship. He was ception at the Fellowship newspaper item or
mother, Michelle Smith Of Billie, Shingi and Isaiah an avid outdoorsman, Gallery, set for 4 p.m. to photo. For more infor-
Carmela "Millie" North Carolina; grand- Cook; sisters, Shanice and and served as director 6 p.m. Saturday. mation, call Irma Hay at
Scanapico, 88, of Port mothers, Elizabeth Ross Shaniya Cook; stepsis- of the Maxcy Memorial Preuss, born in 863-494-4908.
Charlotte, Fla., passed of Florida, and Sharen ters, Daniel and Janae; Fishing Event; he also Germany, studied
away Tuesday, April 29, Breton of Florida; grand- four aunts; five uncles; enjoyed coaching Little architectural design and Brown Bag Lunch
2014. Arrangements are father, Robert Breton of two step-aunts; two League baseball. worked for many years awareness event
by Kays-Ponger & Uselton Florida; and step-grand- step-uncles; and a host of Guy was a true family creating art for videos,
Funeral Home and mother, Martha Breton of great-aunts, great-uncles man who will be missed films and off-Broadway The Charlotte County
Cremation Services Port Florida. and cousins who loved by his loving wife, theater in New York City. Homeless Coalition and
Charlotte Chapel. Memorial services him dearly. Hakeem was Jacqueline G. Maxcy; son, In the 1990s, Preuss the Charlotte Community
will be held at I11 a.m. preceded in death by his Chet (Jennifer L.) Maxcy' began showing his Foundation will play
Jerry Smith Saturday, May 3, 2014, father, Shingi Cook. of Lake Placid, Fla.; paintings of abstract host to a Brown Bag
at First Alliance Church, Visitation is from 5 P.m. daughters, Caitlin Laura nudes, winning awards in Lunch ftndraising and
Jerry Smith, 61, passed 2044 Midway Blvd., Port to 7 p.m. Friday, May 2, Maxcy of Miami, Fla., and NewYork, Germany, and awareness event from
away quietly Monday, Charlotte. In lieu of 2014, at Hickson Funeral Caroline Louise Maxcy of Southwest Florida. He noon to 2 p.m. Tuesday
April 28, 2014. He flowers, donations may Home in Arcadia. The Sebring; brother, James currently has a studio at at the foundation, 227
Hebe made to the family, funeral service is at I p-m. G. (Nancy) Maxcy Jr. of the Punta Gorda Artisans Sullivan St., Punta Gorda.

Our Town Page 6 C LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014
andmoe istFORECLOSURE I HEARING National Day of Prayler
3100 WEST FLORIDA REGIONAL MED- will be held at lOAM, or as soon :=
ICAL CENTER; BARCLAYS BANK thereafter as it may be heard, on ,
DELAWARE; STATE OF FLORIDA the 13th day of May, 2014, in
"'L" .- DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE; Room 119 of the Charlotte Coun- ',
j UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; ty Administration Center, 18500 '~
: JOHN DOE OR ANY OTHER PER- Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte,
SON IN POSSESSION; are the Florida.
Defendants, I will sell to the high- Copies of the proposed ordinance
est and best bidder for cash at and the economic impact esti-
the WWW. CHARLOTTE. REAL- mate, if applicable, are available
LEGALS oco co ofteCA-for inspection by the general pub-
LOTTE County Courthouse, Flori- lic in the Charlotte County Ator-
da, at 11:00 AM on the 19th dayne'Ofi,180MudcCr-
of MAY, 2014, the following cle, Port Charlotte, Florida.
5/2/2014 described property as set forth in Interested parties may appear at .....
IN ]said Order or Final Judgment, to the meeting and be heard with
NOTICE OF ACTION| wit: respect to the proposed ordi-
LOT 129, BLOCK 1176, nne
VISION, SECTION 43, Should any agency or person
[z :EACCORDING TO THE MAP decide to appeal any decision
OR PLAT THEREOF, AS made by the Board with respect
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK to any matter considered at such
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 5, PAGE 53A THROUGH meeting, he will need a record of
IN AND FOR 53C, OF THE PUBLIC the proceeding, and for such pur-
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA RECORDS OF CHARLOI-rE pose, he may need to ensure that
CIVIL ACTION COUNTY, FLORIDA a verbatim record of the proceed-
Case Number: 13-2876-CA Street Address: ings is made, which record
In Re: The Forfeiture of: 121 SINCLAIR STREET SW, includes the testimony and evi-
One (1) 1997 Cadillac PORT CHARLOTnTE, dlence upon which the appeal is to
VIN # 1G6KY5291VU832573 FLORIDA 33952 be based.
Claimant: SOLOMON V. BRODIE Any person claiming an interest in BOARD OF SUN PHOTOS BY BRENDA BARBOSA
NOTICE OF ACTION the surplus from the sale, if any, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
TO CLAIMANT, SOLOMON V. other than the property owner as OF CHARLOTE COUNTY, Jean Ward Nikelson of Punta Giorda lifts her hand to the sky during Thursday's National Day of
B R O D IE a n d h is d e v is e e s o f t h e d a te o f t h e lis p e n d e n s F L O R ID A P a e b e v n e i u t o d o e t e u i y n h e p e c m n o e h r s e s i
grantees creditors, and all other must file a claim within sixty (60) Charlotte County Board of County Pryrosraeinunafod.loethuiyndheppe mngoehr"head
parties claiming by, through, days after the sale. Commissioners does not discrim- of the observance.
under or against it; and all WITNESS my hand and the seal Of inate on the basis of disability.
unknown natural persons, if alive the Court this 28 day Of AErl This nondiscrimination policy
and if not known to be dead or 2014. involves every aspect of the
alive, their several and respective BARBARA T. SCOTT County's functions, including
spouses, heirs, devisees, By K. Polito access to and participation in
grantees, and creditors or other As Deputy Clerk meetings, programs and activi-
parties claiming by, through, or if you are an individual with a dis- ties. FM Sound Enhancement
under those unknown natural per- ability who needs an accommoda- Units for the Hearing Impaired are
sons and their several unknown tion in order to participate in a available at the Front Security
assigns, successors in interest, court proceeding or other court Desk, Building A of the Murdock
trustees, or any other persons service, program, or activity, You Administration Complex. Anyone
claiming by, through, under or are entitled, at no cost to you, to needing other reasonable accom-
against any corporation or other the provision of certain assis- modation or auxiliary aids and
legal entity named as a defen- tance. Please contact Jon services please contact our office -
dant; and all claimants, persons Embury, Admin. Sv. Mgr., 350 E. at 941-764-4191, TDD/TTY
or parties natural or corporate Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda, FL 941-743-1234, or by email to
whose exact status is unknown, 33950 ,LetPnaod
claiming under any of the above phone (941) 637-2110 as far in Left:NC Punta 0G34 a orda
named or described defendants advance as possible, but prefer- RULEE DC : y0513214E
or parties who are claiming to ably at least seven (7) days PUBLSHED Ma 23 0147 4 Melayo reRache
have any right, title or interest in before your scheduled court1632 0478IAKelnadrss
and to the property hereafter appearance or other court activi- The Board of County Commis- more than
described. ty. sioners of Charlotte County pro- 80 participants
You are notified that a forfeiture Publish: May 2 and 9, 2014 poses to adopt the following ordi- who gathered
action on the following property, 102903 3034857 nance: Thursday for the
to-wit: One (1) 1997 Cadillac, VIN
#:1G6KY5291VU832573 has IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE AN ORDINANCE OF THlE annual National
been filed against you and you TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- Day of Prayer
are required to serve a copy of IN AND FOR SIONERS OF CHARLOTTE
your written defenses, if any, to it CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMEND- observance at the
& CARR, P.A., Attorneys for Plain- Bank of America, AND ORDINANCES, CHAR-
tiff, whose address is 99 Nesbit National Association LOTnTE COUNTY, FLORIDA, BY
Street, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, Plaintiff. PROVIDING FOR THE ADDI-
on or before the 13th day of May, -vs.- TION OF PROPERTIES TO THE
2014, and file the original with Ronald H. Hoke; Bank of CHARLOTnTE RANCHETTES
the Clerk of this Court either America, National Association STREET AND DRAINAGE
before service on Plaintiffs' Attor- Defendlant(s). MUNICIPAL SERVICE BENEFIT
ney or immediately thereafter oth- NOTICE OF SALE UNIT; PROVIDING FOR SEVER-
erwise a default will be entered NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- ABILITY; AND PROVIDING AN
against you for the relief demand- suant to order rescheduling fore- EFFECTIVE DATE.,
ed in the Complaint. coueslorFnlJdmtA public hearing on this ordinance
Witness my hand and seal of the entered in Civil Case No. 2011- will be held at lOAM, or as soon
Court this 7th day of AlW, 2014. CA-001263 of the Circuit Court of thereafter as it may be heard, on I t~
BARBARA T. SCOTi- the 20th Judicial Circuit in and for the 13th day of May, 2014, in '
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Charlotte County, Florida, wherein Room 119 of the Charlotte Coun-
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA Bank of America, National Associ- ty Administration Center, 18500
B:J. Kern ation, Plaintiff and Ronald H. Hoke Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte,
By:Deputy Clerk are dlefendlant(s), 1, Clerk OfFlrd. ,...
Publish: 04/11/14, 04/18/14 Court, Barbara T. Scott, will sell Cpe ftepooe riac
04/25/14, 05/02/14 to the highest and best bidder for Cpe ftepooe riac .......... 1
114849 3026020 cash AT WWW. CHARLOTTE. REAL- and the economic impact esti-
FORECLOSE.COM IN ACCOR- mate, if applicable, are available
NOTIE O DACE WTH HAPER 4 FLRI-for inspection by the general pub-
/ AUCTION / DA STATUTES at 11:00AM on lci h hrot onyAtr
AUCIONMay 28, 2014, the following ney's Office, 18500 Murdock Cir-
319described property as set forth inclPrChlotlria
said Final Judgment, to-wit: Interested parties may appear at
LOT 62, PALM POINT SUBDIVl1- the meeting and be heard with
ASTAR 4878 S. Delaware DR. SION, ACCORDING TO THE respect to the proposed ordi-
Apache Junction, AZ 85120. 877- PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED nne
912-1838 The following vehicles IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 33, OF Should any agency or person ..
will be sold at public auction THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF decide to appeal any decision
5/23/14 l0am at 5017 Duncan CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORI- made by the Board with respect ,21
Rd. Punta Gorda FL 33982 Char- DA. to any matter considered at such
2002 Oldsmobile INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS the proceeding, and for such pur-
1G3NL52F12C256323. FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, pose, he may need to ensure that
Publish: May 2, 2014 OTHER THAN THE PROPER- a verbatim record of the proceed-
365910 3034830 TY OWNER AS OF THE DATE ings is made, which record
OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST includes the testimony and evi-
S N O T I C E O F F IL E A C L A IM W IT H IN 6 0 d e n c e u p o n w h ic h t h e a p p e a l is t o ................ .......
] FO ECLOI ]If you are a person with a dis- BOARD OF
312ability who needs any accomn- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
modlation in order to partici- OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY,

The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS C Our Town Page 7
Man found with missing ALTOGETHER OOKY byRihad Silvestri
Edited by Stanley Newman
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4 Real hoot 67 Canine 21 Blue Angels' org. Van Gogh
8 Greek bread category 22 When 55 Down subjects
PUNTA GORDA- PO IEB A spread was formed 45 Honorary
A local man wanted for P LC BE T14 Doc bloc DOWN 26 Do something Ky. title
two burglaries was found The information for Police Beat is gathered from police sheriffsofice florida/ighway 15 Cry of panic 1 Inferno 27 Peter Pan, 46 Lucky charm
Sunday while authorities Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction and guilt or innocence is 16 Made good sections permanently 47 Manage
were investigating a determined by the court system. 17 Renee's refusal 2 Become, with 29 Kin of -kin somehow
missing juvenile case. 18 Soup holders 1to" 30 Morse click 48 Fetching
Nathan Aan Vann Charlotte. Charges: two counts of warrant. Bond: none. 19 Counters, as 3 Macbeth ghost 31 Small stuff 50 Anxious
Gould, 23, was arrested possession of drug paraphernalia; Casey Dan Padula, 18, 400 block arguments 4 Something to 32 Sort of skillet feeling
Wednesday after he was possession of less than 20 grams of Insull Court, Port Charlotte. Charge: 20 Stocking-cap skip 34 Swindled 53 Common
found to be staying with a of marijuana; and possession of operating a motorcycle without a site? 5 Denny's 35 Swindle cracker topper
it-year-old girl whose a controlled substance without a license. Bond: none. 23 Heavy load alternative 36 Lincoln 54 What's
father had reported her prescription. Bond information was Silvia Rivera -Hernandez, 46, of 24 Soup holder 6 Conscious of biographer happening
missing, according to unavailable Thursday. aocatee. Charge: driving with an 25 Light touch 7 Dispose of 37 51 Across 55 Detroit River's
the Charlotte County Karl Lynn Eichstadt, 35, 9200 expired license for more than six 28 Took pits from 8 Plaid pattern colleague destination
Sheriff's Office. The two block of Tacoma Ave., Englewood. months. Bond: 1,000. 31 Blokes 9 Ordered out not in Patton 56 Teeming
were found at a home Charge: DUI with property damage. Luis Antonio Rosa Sr., 54, 32 It's between 10 Chaplin persona 38 Lead balloon 57 Short cut
on the 5400 block of Bond information was unavailable 2200 block of Lake View Blvd., Dallas and 11 Overwhelm 39 Place to be 58 Deplorably poor
Swaying Palm Drive in Thursday. Port Charlotte. Charge: violation of Austin 12 Lacrosse goal pampered 59 Hoopla
Punta Gorda, and Gould Dan Kenton Grinde, 64, of probation. Bond: none. 33 Second-largest 1 2 1 9 1 0 1 2 1
w arrested W ednesday. Kalispell, Mont. Charge: petty theft. Roger Lee utter, 42, of Cape h m nb n
Gould kew the girl, and Bond information was unavailable Coral Charge: ut-of-county warrant. 35 Rather ecentric 14 1 15 1 16
was not to have contact Thursday. Bond: 2,000. 36 Peer on the- I
with her due to a court Eric Charles Hamel, 39, 300 Anthony Joseph Vuolo, 28, 2400 sofa? 17 18 19
order, the report shows. block of Scott St., Nokomis. Charges: block of Dando St., Port Charlotte. 39 Shampoo 20 21 2
While investigating that possession of cocaine, possession of Charge: petty theft. Bond: none. directions
case, officials learned less than 20 grams of marijuana and Corey Richard Watkins, 28, of Pass 41 Monopolize 23 I I -- 24 i N s 7
Gould was a suspect possession of drug paraphernalia. Christian, Miss. Charges: fugitive from 42 Fresh scent 28 29 130 03113
in two burglaries. He Bond: 8,500. justice and driving with a suspended 43 "_ you! I'
allegedly st le s om e TV s Tyler Guy Hamm nd 19 1600 licenseB nd: n ne 44 Pullu pstaes 33I 34
a bicycle, an Xbox and block of Hempstead Ave., North Bernard Apollo Weatherford, 49 Do the numbers 3 73
other various items from Port. Charge: violation of probation 44, of Miami. Charges: possession 50 Consist of 3 73
a storage unit in mid- (original charges: driving without a of less than 20 grams of marijuana, 51 Karl's role in 39 40 m 41 m
April, and stole another license). Bond: $820. possession of drug paraphernalia Patton. 424 4 454 74
TV from a Port Charlotte -Craig Michael Hargrave, 29,f and giving false identificatin t law 52 Sunday school 4. l 4 l 54 '4
home in March. Gould Port Charlotte. Charge: petty theft. enforcement. Bond information was lesson? 49 m so 51
was charged in relation to Bond: $5,000. unavailable Thursday. 58 Gulf War allies I__
those cases too. iulAgeHradz 0 ae ob ika,3,220 60 Banshee land m 52 53 54 55 56 57
IalGudifaig 27300 iulAgeHradz0block of Senator Drive, Punta block msolyWkh,31240of Catalina Drive, Punta Gorda. 61 Book ending 158 59 I 60 1
two counts each of Gorda. Charges: possession of less Charge: petty theft. Bond information 62 Commercial cost
burglary and grand theft, than 20 grams of marijuana and was unavailable Thursday. 63 Bistro amenity 62 m 63 m 64
and one count each of in- possession of drug paraphernalia. Christine Marie Zolinas, 27, of Fort 64 oSummer setting 19m _5 m 67
terfering with custody of Bond: $5,000. Myers. Charge: violation of probation frM n A6
a minor and violation of Donald James Cornelius Hogan, (original charge: child neglect). Bond: CREATORS SYNDICATE 2014 STANLEY NEWMAN STANXWORDS@AOL.OMb 5214
pretrial-release condition. 31, 700 block of Charlotte St., Punta none. ................................................
H e a l s o h a d h i s b o n d G o rd a C h a rg e : v io la t io n o f p ro b a t io n A n w e t o p e i u s p z l
revoked from a previous (original charge: possession of drug The Punta Gorda Police i
charge, and was held at paraphernalia). Bond: none. Depatmen reore 0theS C
the Charlotte County Jail -Jacob Patrick Jumps, 22, following arrests: A Loo for Sh r H 1
Thursday without bond. 1900 block of Yorktown Trail, Port Edgar Isaac Blanco, 19, 20000 Loo fo !h r I
Charlotte. Charges: possession of drug block of Sandcraft Ave., Port Charlotte. L Drs w r E n0
The Charlotte County Sheriff's paraphernalia and tampering with Charge: violation of probation. Bond: W
Office reported the following physical evidence. Bond: none. $345. L D !
arrests: Justin Michael Mahlan, 26, of David Dale Meadows, 54, 200 the Sun Classifieds E 0ARE S
John Thomas Burns, 68, of a Lakeland, Fla. Charge: out-of-county block of Gill St., Port Charlotte. AGEcio
withheld Port Charlotte address. warrant. Bond: $2,000. Charges: possession of a controlled N Y C i
Charge: driving with a suspended Tern Martin, 34, of a withheld substance without a prescription and T Y F F
license. Bond: none. Port Charlotte address. Charge: driving possession of drug paraphernalia,. 5 2 1
Thomas Jonathan Dennis, 22, without insurance, failure to register Bond: $2,500. :.............................................. 5/ /1
21200 block of Coulton Ave., Port a motor vehicle and an out-of-county --Compiled byAdam Kreger
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Our Town Page 8 C The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014
SI E WO I N TDerek Dunn-Rankin Chairman Brian Gleason Editorial page editor
David Dunn-Rankin Publisher Stephen Baumann Editorial writer
Chris Porter Executive Editor
'; IE WO IN TEmail letters to letters@sun-herald om
I OUR VIEW USIM N E OF OUR PROBLEMS TO EIIIHINRTE RNOTHER-rode hear these Republican lies~ t iies
repate in puliasmoteeiy
Tala a se Tecitizens of this great state
opensEE E I T AI I deserve the truth, not the hate-
opens buTdgOet L VE U ful lies drummed up against
the Affordable Care Act, one of
C ,,~ of our lifetime. GlJsn
OUR POSITION: Local proj- Punta Gorda
oct funding a welcome change
in state budget. pa
Z :Disgraceful action
After more than a half-
decade of lean budget .8,"by commission
A cyies, aprojected -"Editor:
$1.2 billion state surplus There are two issues I'd like
allowed Florida legislators to 0 to address.
sprinkle some tax dollars in The first involves the issue
members' districts. The Tampa ] of a person's HIV status being
Bay Times described the horse made public.
trading among lawmakers as I've worked with two state
an avalanche of hometown 6 health departments in the
projects, the likes of which| capacity of H1V/AIDS counsel-
Tallahassee hasn't seen in an |or, tester and educator. Under
election year since 2006." penalty of law, subject to fines
Charlotte County is slated R [ 0// and imprisonment, not to
to receive $2.17 million after mention ethically, we could
the Legislature adopts the under no circumstances reveal
$77.1 billion budget tonight. wobeo xs urnl n teRmnEpr olpe the status of an individual.
Anohe $15 illonwold o ETTRSTOthe ellipse, there is a 3 percent during times of global cooling. While I abhor the actions of
to the Peace River Manasota TH DTRdifference during the year be- Viking settlers in Greenland the man who sexually abused
Regional Water Supply TH DTRtween the closest and farthest raised cattle and crops that two boys, I don't understand
Authority for a reconstruction point the earth is from the sun. cannot yet be brought back to the reason for printing his HIV
project. None of the projects Harry Schorry, Over 100,000 years, the ellipse that island. Those settlements status, unless it was for pure
are written in stone. Gov. Rick local legend wil get 30 percent farther from were then abandoned as the sensationalism.
Scott has the power to veto the sun, then back to where we recent tittle Ice Age began. My second issue is with our
any line item in the budget Editor: are. The tilt, a 41,000-year cycle, Earth has warmed since the totally dysfunctional North
and Sen. Tom Lee of Brandon The "open" sign has been determines the directness of worst part of that tittle Ice Age, Port city commissioners and
told the Times, "I think this flipped to "closed" for the the surfs rays. The wobble is a sometime in the 17th century. their shunning of the Bayflite
budget will produce a record last time at Lemon Bay Golf 23, 000-year cycle. Currently the Thanks to weather satellites employees.
amount of vetoes in Florida Company on Placida Road in North Pole is pointed at Polaris we've been able to measure As demonstrated over time,
history." Englewood. and we are closest to the sun temperature globally for about I know most of the commis-
One of the losers this year The time has come to say during the winter. When we 40 years, but the globe has sioners have no concept of
was a request for additional the final goodbye to a local wobble over, the North Pole is been warming for closer to governing for the people, but
state money for the Nathan legend, local golf shop owner pointed atVega and we are the 400 years. their actions toward Bayflite
Benderson Park rowing center and friend. Harry Schorry farthest from the sun during And the human race has eagerl j ut lion u tIs
in Sarasota. There was some sadly passed away on March 5, winter. When we are 30 percent flourished as never before. The earlawieeconbths
good news for Sarasota. Local leaving a void in a lot of hearts farther from the sun during thinking behind AGW is that time I'm truly looking forward
lawmakers won $2 million and resulting in the closing of winter, we have ice ages. with 40 years of global tom- to voting them out of office.
for a new Sarasota County his business. Climate is also affected by perature data we can't really What a disgraceful group.
Technical Institute in North Harry used that business to sun cycles that occur every explain why Ice Ages (big or Patricia Moshure
Port and $500,000 for the not only repair and sell golf 1,500 years. Thus, the Roman little) come and go, so today's North Port
Sarasota County Fair. equipment, but more impor- Warming, followed by the cold warmer world must somehow
Included in the lo cal proj- tantly he used it to "shoot the DarkAges, warm Middle Ages, be our fault. That's not the sci-Loethta
ect list is $900,000 for Punta breeze" with his many friends the tittle Ice Age, which ended entific method, that's primitiveLoethta
Gorda's planned $28 million who would stop in to visit. about 1850. These periods have thinking, pure and simple. on capital gains
reverse osmosis water plant. Harry was also big supporter been going on for millions Kevin Kelly
Wedb upie fta u- of the golf leagues in Rotonda. of years. Punta Gorda Editor:
viest' ve t su prien nifdtu- He generously donated gift cer- Unless man can control how Many conservatives seem to
eines Scts evedtow p r osity tificates to his shop for various far the earth is from the sun, think that there are millions of
ring frthried Sotweproty fundraising golf tournaments. man can't control climate. For Vote all out, people on welfare, food stamps
lriatin r MaaemSuhet They will miss him and his less than the cost of carbon exetfrYtsand Medicaid who shouldn't be
Disrict. BuWate anagement generosity credits, man could provide ecp o ae and resent them for "leeching
Ditrc. utsat Rp KnHe enjoyed many things, clean water, health care and Eio:off hard-working Americans."
Roberson doesn't see it that but two that come to my mind education to the entire world. Nrt or t'iyCmiso hr sltl vdneta
way. was his "ultimate find" at the Jim Crawley pulled a good one. Scratch such widespread abuse of our
"These projects have all Goodwill store (he bought me a Punta Gorda Bayflite from the meeting. entitlement programs takes
been thoroughly vetted by pair of new Foot Joy golf shoes I nwsmtigwsfsy place, but we do give away
committees and subcom- for 75 cents) and his "winning Iwhen omissiner woos sy hundreds of billions each year
mittees. I don't foresee any hand" in the weekly card game Im peach Red Shirt Brigade from Heron t elh epebcueo
problems," Roberson told Sun he enjoyed with his buddies thrsdn re an hr.N ei extraordinary benefits they
staf wite Pal Fllo. (ohn Diger Frddi, Carlethere either like past meetings, receive through our tax code.
We're not so sure. City offi- Glenn and, who could forget, Eio:ecpfrteSu.LnaYes Because of generous tax loop-
cials seem convinced they can A1). OKEditllkor: wasbaept vote unot Lind scatch. holes, corporations pay only
ge at ifumofr the Yest thrlet Her. ond oun ra RIfhP Obama tied about Benghazi People of North Port and the 12.6 percent tax on average,
RO lat i teygetChrlote Hary.Yo an yurgol sop and four dead Americans, county should take notice. Vote and we all remember the low
County and the water authority will be missed by many. along with Hillary Clinton, Rice commissioners out. tax rate paid by Mitt Romney
to agree to build a $14 million Barb Buroker and the vice president. So, I ask Oh, they would have voted (14 percent).
pipeline from the authority's Rotonda West again, what are the prerequi- different if they were aware Romney protested being
DeSoto County water treat- stsfripahetBaftewshr.Ikn.Voe criticized for paying so little,
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The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014 VIEWPOINT C Our Town Page 9
We know this story well
ace is, hands like back, thank you very notion that her "feminine African-Americans. You could argue that
down, the most much. wiles ... overpowered "Honey, I'm sorry," she these two deserve one
repulsive aspect Interestingly, this [his] iron will." says. "Is there anything another. Stiviano, with
of the Donald Sterling wasn't the Sterlings' first Oh, those feminine that I can do to make you her Instagram photos of
scandal. But sex is a foray into return-to- wiles. Some guys I know feel better? ... Honey, Hermes handbags and
close second. To listen to Rut giver litigation. A decade believe Stiviano en- if it makes you happy provocative bikini poses,
the taped conversation Ruh earlier, Donald Sterling trapped Sterling, baiting I will remove all of the comes off as the ultimate
between the octoge- [] Marcus sued another former him to say ever more black people from my gold digger. Sterling
narian owner of the Los ] mistress for return of offensive things. Donald Instagram." emerges as a self-pitying
Angeles Clippers and the property. Trump concluded the Sterling refuses to be buffoon so out-of-touch
30-something V. Stiviano "It was purely sex for same, telling Fox News placated. He comes off he does not even realize
is to glimpse the tawdry that makes Sterling's money, money for sex, that Sterling "got set like a cranky, indulged his own offensiveness.
and inherently unequal reported aversion to sex for money, money for up by a very, very bad grandpa losing his Their arcs are about to
arrangement between having her associate with sex," Sterling recount- girlfriend." marbles yet accustomed diverge. The audiotapes
well, let's put it primly, or, more precisely, ed in a deposition. "I Certainly, there is a to getting his way. have destroyed what
benefactor and recipient. appear on social media wasn't giving her money whiff of premeditated "I don't want to remained of Sterling's al-
The Sterling-Stiviano to associate with without performing manipulation. Tapes change. If my girl can't ready stained reputation;
deal appears to involve African -Americans all the something for me. And if don't get made and do what I want, I don't with the NB~s action
a transaction as old more bizarre. it wasn't good, I wouldn't leaked by accident, want the girl," Sterling Tuesday, he is banned
as time. We've seen it They met, according give her anything." although TMZ Sports re- announces. "I'll find a for life and about to lose
before, yet we rarely see to a lawsuit filed against His use of endear- ports that Sterling knew girl that will do what I his team. Meantime, for
inside it, in such unvar- Stiviano by Rochelle ments, Sterling added, the conversation was want." Stiviano, the reality of
nished, ugly form. Sterling, Sterling's wife was meaningless: "If you being recorded, some- He knows: market modern celebrity means
just look at the photos of more than 50 years, are having sex with a thing Stiviano reportedly forces operate in his money; even before
of the pair, courtside, at the 20 10 Super Bowl. woman you are paying did as his "archivist." favor. The supply of the story broke, her
and you know what's Donald Sterling allegedly for, you always call her What I heard on the beautiful young women Instagram feed was full
up. Sterling, puffy-faced proceeded to shower honey because you can't tapes and I'm not exceeds the demand of hashtags with publish-
and unattractive; old Stiviano with luxuries: remember her name." exactly predisposed to be from wealthy trolls. ers' names. If Stiviano
enough to be Stiviano's a 2012 Ferrari, two Nice. sympathetic to Stiviano Which Stiviano seems gets the last laugh here,
grandfather, no less her Bentleys, a 2013 Range In the current lawsuit, was something to understand. "There's it is hard, listening to
father; but powerful and, Rover, a $1.8 million Stiviano counters, more pathetic. Stiviano no need to get upset," these tapes, to blame her
perhaps more relevant, home, and $240,000 in through her lawyer, that cajoles Sterling, fetches she purrs. She raises the for exacting it.
fabulously rich. living expenses. Rochelle Sterling knew him juice, even as he specter of the Holocaust; Ruth Marcus is a
Stiviano, striking in All, Rochelle Sterling the score her husband berates her for failing to he calls her a "mental columnist for The
" Cosmo girl way, with alleges, paid for out of was "infamous for his comprehend a "culture" case." Really, no fleet of Washington Post.
" Mexican /African- conmmity property gold-plated dalliances" that will not accept Bentleys could be worth Readers may reach her at
American background funds, which she would and ridicules the her consorting with this abuse.
Chec k for recording devices
ay what you will, and who leaked haven't little space. a refrigerator quote I've become your values,
but you'd best yet been established, First the practical: always liked. It's often Your values become your
S check for recording though gossip and If you don't want your attributed to Mahatma destiny."
devices. Alternatively, theories abound. words broadcast in the Gandhi but possibly may Whence our beliefs,
you might check your Sterling isn't a likable public square, don't say have tumbled from the it seems, is the crucial
thoughts. guy, most are agreed. them. The Orwellian lips of a new-age guru. challenge. Alas, big-
The past few days i Kathleen He has a checkered taint to this advice is not Regardless of the source, ots by definition are
have provided a cornu- Parker history as a landlord who meant to be harsh but it fits the occasion: not inclined toward
copia of reprehensible allegedly didn't want is offered in recognition "Your beliefs become self-awareness.
statements, reactions to to rent to Hispanics or of the world in which we your thoughts, Your Kathleen Parker is
which tell us as much African-Americans. His live. We're not so much a thoughts become your a columnist for the
about our country as the Finally, we should all comments suggest dis- global village as a small words, Your words Orlando Sentinel.
comments do about the be nervous about the in- respect for his players, town of gossips. become your actions, Readers may reach her at
speakers. Within those stantaneous formation of who are good enough On a higher note, such Your actions become kathleenparker@
reactions, one finds both social media mobs that to make him richer but potential exposure forces your habits, Your habits
cause for concern and attack a single individual not to sit in his stands. us to more carefully
consolation. whose comments, while For those connments, the select our words and CITY OF PUNTA GORDA
Concern includes contemptible, result in a NBA on Tuesday banned edit our thoughts. This
the potential ramifica- virtual execution. Once Sterling for life and fined isn't only a matter of NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
tions of cruel or poorly the mob descends, no him $2.5 million. survival but is essential
conceived expression. punishment short of The pain his state- to civilization. Speaking YOU ARE HEREBY notified that the Punta Gorda Planning
Making racist remarks absolute destruction ments caused his one's mind isn't really Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at
2:00 p.m., and the Punta Gorda City Council hold public hearing on
can do great harm to seems sufficient. People players, the African- all it's cracked up to be, Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at 9:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as may
the public trust and may want justice but the American community as any well-balanced be heard to consider the following requests:
damage hard-won gains mob wants blood. and basketball fans ev- person reading the com- AX-01-4 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
toward racial harmony. The characters erywhere was enough to ments section quickly PUNTA GORDA,' FLORIDA, ANNEXING WITHIN THE CORPORATE
Consolation can be corresponding to the warrant calls for him to concludes. PORTION OF SOUTH HIGHLANDS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT
found in evidence that above need no intro- step down. Never mind Ever wonder who OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH SECTIONS 21
Americans on the whole duction. The old white his callous disregard for those people are? I have PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED IN THE BOUNDARY SURVEY ATTACHED
have no tolerance for guy is Cliven Bundy, women, including his some thoughts but my PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 171, PART 11, FLORIDA STATUTES;
racim o dicriinaory he atte rnchr wo mitres ad epecall finly une sef-eit-REDEFINING THE BOUNDARY LINES OF SAID CITY IN
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behavior. greeted Bureau of Land his wife. ing skills prevent my MAP OF THE CITY OF PUNTA GORDA, FLORIDA; PROVIDING THAT
But there are other Management agents with So many morals, so sharing. Instead, I offer CHANGED BY CITY ORDINANCE; PROVIDING FOR ACCEPTANCE OF
layers of concern that guns. Fortunately, no PROVIDING FOR CONFLICT AND SEVER ABILITY, AND PROVIDING AN
at least bear mention: shots were fired, but the EFFECTIVE DATE.
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Our Town Page 10 C VIEWPOINT The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014
Stop whining Mr. President
top whining, Mr. We understand that our paragraph right." these reduced expec- commissioner seem
President. it's frustrating. You're Mr. President, I am just tations and truculent much more powerful
And stop dealing with som trying to get my para- passivity from the man thn that of president of
whiffing. really evil guys and some graph right. You need to who offered himself up the United States.
Don't whinge off the really nutty pols, and think bigger. as the moral beacon of Silver took the gutsy
record with columnists Muen the problems roiling the An American president the world, even before move of banning cretin-
and definitely don't do auen world now are brutally should never say, as you he was elected? ous Los Angeles Clippers
it at a press conference Dowd hard. As the Republican did Monday in Manila As Leon Wieseltier owner Donald Sterling
with another world lead- strategist Mike Murphy when you got frustrated wrote in the latest New for life, after many peo -
er. It is disorienting to says, it's not like the in a press conference Republic, oppressed and pie speculated that there
everybody, here at home campaign because you with the Philippine threatened swaths of was little the NBA chief
and around the world. because you think they have "bigger problems president: "You hit the world are jittery and could do except cave.
I empathize with just don't get your style than a song can singles; you hit doubles. despairing "because the But Silver realized that
you about being thin- of coolly keeping your fix.,, Every once in a while, United States seems no even if Sterling tries to
skinned. When you hate cards to yourself while But that being said, we may be able to hit a longer reliable in emer- fight him in court (and
being criticized, it's hard you play the long game. you are the American home run." gencies, which it prefers wins) he will look good
to take a giant steaming Besides, how short mem- president. And the Especially now that to meet with meals ready because he stood up for
plate of "you stink" every ories are. You were the American president we have this scaryWorld to eat." what was right.
day, coming from all Ice Man who ordered up should not perpetually War III vibe with the The Times' Mark Once you liked to have
sides. But you convey the the operation that killed use the word "eventual- Russians, we expect the Landler, who traveled the stage to yourself, Mr.
sense that any differ- Osama bin Laden. ly." And he should not president, especially one with the president on his President, to have the
ence on substance is I also appreciate the set a tone of resignation who ran as Babe Ruth, to Asia trip, reported that aura of the lone man in
l6se-majestO, fact that it's harder for with references to this hit home runs. Obama will try to regain the arena, not sharing
You simply proclaim you than it was for JFK, being a relay race and In the immortal words the offensive, including the spotlight with others.
what you believe as W. and all those other say he's willing to take "a of Earl Weaver, the Hall a graduation address at But now when cap -
though you know it to be pols who had their rich quarter of a loaf or half of Famer who managed West Point putting his tured alone in a picture,
absolutely true, hoping daddies and their rich a loaf," and muse that the Baltimore Orioles: foreign policy in context. you seem disconnected
we recognize the truth of daddies' rich friends to things may not come "The key to winning President, don't and adrift.
it, and, if we don't, then buy anything they need- "to full fruition on your baseball games is you know that we're What happened to
we've disappointed you ed and connect them up timetable." pitching, fundamentals, speeched out? It's not crushing it and swinging
again. and smooth the way for An American president and three-run homers." what we need right now. for the fences? Where
Even some of the chat- them. That gives them a should never say, as you A singles hitter doesn't You should take a have you gone, Babe
terers who used to be in certain nonchalance in did to the New Yorker scare anybody. lesson from Adam Silver, Ruth?
your corner now make the face of opprobrium editor, David Remnick, It doesn't feel like a nerdy technocrat Maureen Dowd is a
derogatory remarks and difficulty, a luxury about presidents leadership. It doesn't feel who, in his first big New York Times colum-
about your manhood. that those who propel through history: "We're like you're in command encounter with a crazed nist. Readers may reach
And that, I know, really themselves to the top on part of a long-running of your world. tyrant, managed to her via www. newyork
gets under your skin their own don't have. story. We just try to get How can we accept make the job of NBA
Obama seems sure to maintain restrained global course
nother week, strongly, including militar- is so eager to use military As the world's leading His decision to avoid
another round of fly, if Ukraine's indepen- force after we've just super power, the United any direct military
sanctions, as the dence is threatened. That's gone through a decade States remains the key action in Libya except air
United States and its main because this crisis came of war at enormous costs player in such situations. cover to protect civilians
European allies seek to against the backdrop of to our troops and to our Major European powers was accompanied by
deter Russian President Cal President Barack Obama's budget?" like Germany have always the devastating quote,
Vladimir Putin from fur- Cal larger efforts to reduce the Still, such comments been reluctant to act which The New Yorker
ther moves to destabilize /eubsdorf U.S. military role overseas. raise the question of outside their borders, magazine's Ryan Lizza
Ukraine and other one- ...............................He defended that policy whether even Obama's as was evident when attributed to an unnamed
time Soviet satellites. strongly Tuesday in the most appropriate and President George W. White House official, that
The latest moves are Philippines where, in sensible presidential Bush sought to mobilize the administration was
stronger than prior ones, the Russian military words clearly directed actions have created international backing for "leading from behind"
not only focused appro- But once again, their at GOP critics like Sens. skepticism among both U.S.-led actions in Iraq by letting other coun-
priately on companies likely impact is question- John McCain of Arizona friendly and adversarial and Afghanistan. But tries take the lead, with
linked to close Putin able, in part because Putin and Lindsey Graham of foreign leaders about his as the American public U.S. behind-the-scenes
aides but including firms doesn't seem to believe South Carolina, he asked, pledges of strong respons- began to resist overseas backing.
supplying technology to the West would react more "Why is it that everybody es in world trouble spots. comm-itments, even Bush The administration re-
acquiesced in withdraw- jected criticism that such
ins U.S. troops from Iraq. language represented
0As for Obama, one of actual policy, but it failed
his major 2008 campaign to dispel the appearance
EAV RAW, OCU l commitments was his of weakness.
D PAMAGI WIMSI pledge to reduce the Perhaps Obamas great-
U.S. military role over- est problem came from
HAI L, RLOOM &t1... 0 o#"seas, starting by ending his August 2012 state-
tX( L Hk N 'T the Iraq and Afghanistan ment that, while avoiding
WHT' NET .....Apo wars that have cost the military intervention in
$7,ll' United States billions of Syria, "a red fine for us is
0- > -) .1 oi~ dollars plus thousands (when) we start seeing a
..Iof dead and wounded whole bunch of chemical
, i { ......combatants and civilians. weapons moving around
0 ri.Z Polls have consistently or being utilized."
.... show the Aerican peo A yea laterwhen
.... .pie support that course Syrian President Bashar
and Obama's subsequent Assad launched a chemi-
.... ... moves to avoid becoming cal attack against civilians
enmeshed in the downfall that killed many children,
of Moammar Gadhafy in Obama said that "red
Libya and the brutal civil line" had been crossed
....war in Syria. and vowed retaliation.
0Just this week, three But he said he would not
separate polls indicated act without congressional

The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014 FROM PAGE ONE C OurTown Page I1I
Meals on Wheels competitive pay and ben- will have access to their All military personnel with Individuals are encouraged FROM PAGE 1
to hold Visani efits for full- and part-time properties from Aqui Esta a valid military ID, and vet- to create congratulatory
fun draise r employees, including insur- Drive. Residents north of erans with proof of service messages for inclusion still open.
ance, free digital television the construction, includ- (DD214, American Legion in the tribute's program.L Jellema was
Meals on Wheels of and Internet service for ing those who live on orVFW membership card, Tickets are $60 per person, knocked to the
Charlotte County will employees in serviceable Via Dolce Vita, will have VA ID card, driver's license and maybe purchased by ground, and the girl
hold a fundraiser at 8 p.m. areas, a 401 (k) program access to their properties with "V") receive free calling 941-258-2080 or then attempted to
Wednesday atVisani and a stock purchase plan. from West Marion Avenue. admission on any cruise 941-257-4826; by email to stop the minivan, but
Restaurant & The Comedy For more information FPL crews will continue offered at King Fisher Fleet president(; or via intahttegs
Zone, 2400 Kings Highway, about job openings with their work May 8, but the during the month of May insea, cauin thea
Port Charlotte. Tickets for Comcast, visit http: //jobs. road will be open to local Advanced reservations Barbara Scott was veeslef frosn tre
the show are $12 each,, traffic with only one lane are recommended via elected clerk in 1984, and toehicle ovefro tieea
with 100 percent of the closed. All motorists are 941-639-0969. currently is serving hertorlovrJlea
proceeds going to Meals Band to perform urged to use caution when "Military Heritage eighth consecutive term. the report states.
onWheels. There is also jazz con cert traveling near the con- Museum Donation Drive": She has served as president When officers
a two-drink purchase struction area, and should People making donations of the Florida Association arrived, they found
minimum. Seating is on The Port Charlotte be alert for workers. in the amount of $10 of Court Clerks, and is a Jellema lying uncon-
a first-come, first-served High School Jazz Band or more to the Military member of WhosWho in scious in the drive-
basis in the fundraiser sec- will perform a jazz Milita ry Heritage Museum during Government Services, a way. She was airlifted
tio. o oo areeraton Cncrtfrm pm.tothe month of May will recipient ofWoman & Boss by a Bayflite helicop-
call. 94T69o 1 1,o a srand Cocr7 o p.m. Sudyi eter appreciation receive a voucher for a free of the Year recogition by ter to Blake Medical
mentio Meals-991 nd pm. ourt a ierenter cruise specials sunset cruise at King Fisher the American BusinessCetrsram
Ticetso mas onepe s our Vlae 120OWhermen'sFserFeehed Fleet. To participate, visit Womens Association, center' intradenon
aits mayh e MelsonWhels spVilane, PuntaW.uarttaeding Fisher let ad the museum at Fishermens and a two-time recipient whner shied adetn
at te Mels o~hees, Eplande, untaquareredat Fsheren's Village, give your donation Of the "Clerk of the Year" weesede
3082 Tamiami Trail, Port Gorda. This concert is Village in Punta Gorda, is to a volunteer, and ask for award from the Florida short time later.
Charlotte. For more free of charge; how- celebrating May as Military the voucher. Association of Court Clerks Sirianni said Jellema
information, call Debbie at ever donations will be Appreciation Month by For more information & Comptrollers, among was not the girl's
941-457-1638. Visanii opens accepted graciously. For thanking all active-duty about these special offers, many other recognitions. primary caregiver,
for dinner at 5 p.m.; happy more information, call service members, members call 941-639-0969. adding that the girl's
hour is until 6 p.m. 941-626-7631. of the Reserve components, Animal league mother also lived in
and all veterans. This very 'A Tribute to to hold yard sale the home.
Comcast offers Road closure important month reminds Barbara' set Th~ia~laeGrief counseling
job fair announced Americans to continually TeAmaelaewould be left up the
honor, recognize and The Charlotte County League, 3519 Drance St. family, Sirianni said,
Comcast has scheduled A section of Ba Harbor appreciate those men and ReulcnPryadcus (Just off Harborview Road), adn htafl
RepublicanPor Charotte will clbholdngtaafl
job fair for open positions Boulevard in Punta Gorda women who have served will play host to 'A Tribute PrChlotwlhldincident report might
in Southwest Florida. will be closed Wednesday throughout our history, to Barbara" honoring a Huge Yard Sale from ntb vial o
Positions include retail and while Florida Power & as well as to acknowledge Barbara T. Scott, the I1I a.m. to 2 p.m. May 17. soevlableks fOnc
business sales and instal- fight crews replace a their families who have long-serving Clerk of the otpcomgwi, bevaesable completed, the report
lation, and service techni- concrete pole. The work sacrificed in order for us to Circuit Court and County for all the hungry shop- will be sent to the
clans based in Charlotte, between 627 and 641 enjoy our freedom. Comptroller for Charlotte pes. All proceeds from state Department of
Collier, Lee and Sarasota Coronado Drive in the Through the "Military County- June 4 at the this event will benefit Children and Families
counties. Recruiters and Punta Gorda Isles subdi- Cruise Free" promotion Cultural Center of Charlotte the shelter's homeless for informational
hiring managers will be on- vision will begin at 9 a.m. and the "Military Heritage County 2280 Aaron St., Port animals. The AWL pro- purposes, he said.
site to conduct interviews and conclude by 7 p.m. Museum Donation Drive," Charlotte. Friends, associ- vides medical services, a DCF spokeswoman
for qualified candidates. Detour signs will be in King Fisher Fleet hopes to ates and fellow Republicans temporary home and TLC Natalie Harrell said
The fair is set for 4 p.m. to place to help drivers navi- spread recognition for all are invited. The program to countless, precious dogs the agency has not
7 p.m. Wednesday at the gate around the construc- those who served in the will begin with a reception and cats that are waitinghaanprvosc -
Career Resource Center, tion area. Residents who Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and a silent auction at for a forever home. Forhaanprvoso-
3050 Horseshoe Drive N, live south of the construc- Air Force and Coast Guard. 5 p.m., followed by a surf- more information, call tact with the family.
Naples. tion area, including those Programs include: and-turf dinner and a mu- 941-625-6720, or visit www.
Comcast offers that live on Bianca Court, "Military Cruise Free": sical tribute by Al Holland. Email. dwinchester@sun-heraldxcom
CA Lan invasion of privacy." have permission to, obtain a warrant to be nowadays, there can be justices earlier this week
CA LSo local law enforce- even if they've been safe. But, Capt. Chris critical data that can be seemed unsure about
ment agencies avoid arrested," said Capt. Les Morales said, cellphones lost if not obtained right how they feel about
FROM PAGE 1 conflict altogether by Partington, criminal in- are a tricky item to deal away in some cases. You cellphone searches, and
not searching arrest- vestigations commander with. can lose evidence. It's a they may eventually
Fourth Amendment, for ees' phones without a with the Charlotte "Our guys know tough issue." favor a middle-of-the-
instance, guarantees "the warrant or permission, County Sheriff's Office. when they need to get a According to The road ruling.
right of the people to be unless there is an "But, in light of what's search warrant," he said. Associated Press, the
secure in their persons, imminent danger or a currently happening "But with cellphones U.S. Supreme Court Email. akreger@sun-heraldxcom
houses, papers." possibility the evidence in the Supreme Court,
"Nowadays, we have would be destroyed that may change. But we ...."F........ ......
cellphones that contain the two most clearly don't know what's going ii
all of our documents -- defined exceptions for a to happen with that." Ai .
those are our 'papers,'" warrantless search. At the North Port
hesi."fcourse the thiss agency, we Police Department,
police would want to really don't search a similar approach is ........ ..
search them, but that's a phone unless we taken to searches: just i...
determined to maintain native and his daugh-
SUE and remember every last ter pop deep-fried
fragment of its history. appetizers and rest up
FROM PAGE 1 The cafO's manager, from selling Girl Scout
grey-ponytailed Tim, cookies. Even more
And a bigger surprise who recalls when the valuable than the selling
is tucked in back of the site made the National experience is the history hill-..
museum the Bean Register, is both histori- lesson. Her grandpa Red
Depot Caf6, brimming an and laconic humorist. restored this site 15 years
over with music, food, "I give the servers a six ago. "He said it was full
libations, and more his- pack, and they go down of spiders and cobwebs. .....
tory. Over the bar dangles and catch the fish." That's the original
a fishing lure with the Pigtailed Howie, a molding and floor." ...
cryptic label "Jason Cupp seeming general store Wdedyngti'
sits here," alongside re-enactor, waits tables standing room only for
a sign "In Memory of with specs perched on
M4 adge D en te + ost hi n se bluegrass out back

:Our Town Page 12 C LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014
Parksilde Communilty Garden grows and grows
By GARY ROBERTS Community Garden got
STAFF WRITER its start in 2012 with
an emphasis on com-
PORT CHARLOTTE munity. In partnership
-For years and years with Charlotte County -...-....-...
each summer, Claudia Family Services and ...... o
Richardson grew bushels Keep Charlotte Beautiful, '
of vegetables up North, Team Parkside began +. 2+r.,,-
canning them for the the garden as part of 0!1 41"
long winter ahead. The anteEglScu
secrt t he sucesswas project, funded with a
to weed, water and woo $3,000 grant fromWasteN
her plants with love. Management. The latest
But when she arrived expansion was made
in Florida, supposedly a possible by a $3,800
lush landscape condu- grant from Mosaic Co.
cive to all things green, "This couldn't be done
her expectations did a without partnerships,"
double-take. Attacking said Susan Swanson of
hordes of white flies and Team Parkside.
nematodes wouldn't Swanson credits Team
allow her home garden to Punta Gorda for not only'i
produce produce. helping to establish the
"Vegetables were a no garden, but also her own
go," she said. community organization.
So two weeks ago she "Team Punta Gorda
packed up her seeds has been incredibly
and headed over to the supportive of Team
Parkside C om m un ity Parkside an d provided a P O O P O I E Y K T R N P
Garen whee prthec raied mentorship role for us,"
bedns. helperoet her s she said. Tyler toche (center) of Boy Scout Troop 37 and his work crew were on hand for last we' eiaino h xaddPrsd
plats.Alrad, hr bsh Plots are available for Communit dediaen, of thel expande project.
beans are popping up $15 per year, allowing ComntGadanEgeSutpjc.
their little heads, soon to ctz n tog wfl er, edible plants." "
yellow squash, cucum- vegetables and herbs in thewardns srt-ups +
bers and zucchini. 17 beds, each 3.5x6 feet. tegre' tr-p
Yes, he ca can. Every gardener is respon- when different gen- ,+
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fun experience," said the beds with watering seirhungdacre. ,
Richardson, who as a and keeping the beds facilities and Boys & I
Port Charlotte public free of pests and weeds, Girls Clubs helped one .
librarian is close enough without the use of another find the joy of.'. ...+ "-_"
to tend her garden even pesticides. creation. +
during lunch hour. "I'm Kathryn Preston, a "Ilearned what a real
excited, and I really hope master gardener and community garden is
it will grow." Team Parkside board like," she said. "It was..." "- -
The community gar- member, is sharing her such a beautiful mix of!
den also is growing. On expertise to maintain a our community."
April 3, Team Parkside healthy garden. And today, with the
held a dedication "It's just a fantastic way increased focus on eating .
ceremony for the Mosaic to bring the community healthy and eating local,
Garden Extension, culmi- together and offer some is greater than ever. & :+ i
hating an Eagle Scout instruction on Florida- "We're sort of going
project by Tyler Loche of friendly plants," Preston back to our roots," P O OP OI E YC A DAR H R S
Boy Scout Troop 37. said. "There are so many Swanson said. POOPOIE YCADARCADO
Located on Gibralter kids in the neighborhood In foreground, Claudia Richardson's garden grows along other beds in the Parkside Community
Drive, Parkside who are interested in Email. Garden on Gibralter Drive.
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STAFF WRITER motion in two weeks. following Turner's arrest.
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North Port and Sarasota- following a March 2 Barfield's favor.
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FRIDAY MAY 2, 2014
~Universities under investigation
~55 US schools face federal sex assault probes
A photo op with a squirrel that
went awry has left a teenager By KIMBERLY HEFLING For the first time, the public universities, including
flustered but unhurt. AP EDUCATION WRITER Education Department re- Ohio State, the University I NSI DE
vealed its list of colleges under of California, Berkeley and Pentagon chief orders steps to fight
--P age 4 --WASHINGTON From investigation on Thursday Arizona State, to private sex assaults.
huge state universities to though no details of the schools including Knox See page 2
small colleges and the Ivy complaints as the Obama College in Illinois, Swarthmore
Encouraging League, 55 schools across administration sought to bring College in Pennsylvania and Datoharalonteli.
e co0no0my news falls America are facing federal more openness to the issue of Catholic University of America ThDa rm nt epasiztedlst
investigation for the way they sexual violence on and around in the District of Columbia. Tegvmetepaie
to lift stocks handle sexual abuse allega- the nation's campuses. Ivy League schools including the fist was about investigations
tigris by their students. The schools range from Harvard, Princeton and PROBES 14
Video shows teens on sinking ferry
Encouraging news on the U.S. ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS
e c o n o m y w a s n 't e n o u g h t oS E U o u h K r a o n
give the stock market its fourth afeOU oth ryea oo n tilt
straght ay f gans.there was nervous laughter,
--P age 6 --jokes about the Titanic and talk k .
of selfies and Facebook postsV ..
10 Hg to MnOW from the doomed high school
students huddled below deck.
But the lighthearted atmo-
1. Video shows teens sphere soon turned serious
as the listing worsened. Fear
on sinking ferry began building, and one
The heartbreaking footage student asked, "Am I really
was found on the cellphone of going to die?"
a 17-year-o1d whose body was The shaky video at times
recovered after the disaster off South poignant and heartbreaking
Kore. Sepag the teens said last words to
Korea Seepge 1.their loved ones was found
on the cellphone belonging
2. Universities under to 17-year-old Park Su-hyeon
investigation when his body was recovered
Fohueuiestetosalafter the disaster on the AP PHOTOS
Fromhugeuniersiiesto sallmorning of April 16 off South
colleges, 55 schools across America are Korea. Workers carry a flag depicting a yellow ribbon as a sign of hope for the safe return of missing passengers of the sunken
being investigated for th e way th ey The boy's father, Park Jong- ferry Sewol during a May Day rally to pay tribute to the victims of the accident in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday.
handed exualabusealegations dae, prvddihursday to turst sland o eju fraihsoadsh
See page 1. Th soitdPress, saying scoltrip.
he wanted to show the world The group of teens in Park
3. Fla. Panhandle the conditions aboard the Su-hyeon's video alternated
Sewol as it sank. He earlier between bluster, attempts at
residents begin released it to select South humor and unmistakable fear.
cleanup Korean media. Information Only one could be seen
Residents and business owners started such as video can be recov- wearing a life jacket at the.........
thei~n cianp poces hurdayas ered from micro SD cards in beginning of the clips, which
the ongclenupproessThusda as cellphones even if the device started at 8:52 a.m. and
flood waters receded. SeepageS. is submerged. ended, with a small break
More than 300 people are between them, at 9:09 a.m.,
4. Hagei orders steps dead or missing in the disas- when everyone appeared to
to fight sex assaults ter, which has plunged South be wearing them. ...
Korea into mourning and Some of the students
he Defense Secretary said Thursday touched off anger and shame. struggled as they tried toL
that sexual assaults are a threat to About 220 bodies, mostly buckle the life jackets. As the
both women and men in uniform. from inside the submerged listing worsened, they joked
See page 2. vessel, have been recovered. about "final commemorative
More than 80 percent of the pictures" and "defying gravity" In this April 16 photo taken with a mobile phone by deceased South
5. Bob Ford heads to victims were students from a by trying to walk on the walls. Korean high school student Park Su-hyeon and released by his father Park
re afh g s ol n ther a y, soth eF R Y1 Jong-dae,n a Jn students t raare shown inside the sinking ferry Sewol on waters
His treatment will last at leastofSolonterwytthFER14 ea idouhKe.
a month, his lawyer says, but the
a ~tmyrs'qutigibd~second term. See pagea8. Florida jail explosion kills 2, 184 injured
6. Putin wants Ukraine By D..EISSCA NELN-SU 1ABRIEL A-+horitie lottrc-F

Page 2 WIRE NATIONAL NEWS The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014
Pentagon ch*ef orders steps Oil-train wreck Bombing suspect:
brings demands Can't use 'betrayal'
for more regulation argument
to f*9ht sex assaults LYNCHBURG, Va. BOSTON (AP) Lawyers
(AP) The latest in a for Boston Marathon
string of fiery oil-train bombing suspect Dzhokhar
WASHINGTON (AP) involved male victims. and local communities the military, up from just wrecks brought renewed Tsarnaev say federal prose-
Defense Secretary Chuck Defense officials said to better train bar work- 4 percent in 2012. demands Thursday that cutors shouldnt be allowed
Hagel said Thursday that Wednesday that en- ers and promote more "There is no indication the Obama adminis- to use his status as a new
sexual assaults are a threat couraging more men to responsible alcohol sales. that this increase in tration quickly tighten American citizen to argue
to both women and men report sexual assaults is a According to officials, reporting constitutes an regulations governing that his alleged "betrayal"
in uniform and that the difficult challenge because alcohol was a factor in as increase in crime," said the burgeoning practice of the United States is one
Pentagon must do more male victims often worry many as two-thirds of the Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Snow, of transporting highly reason he should be put to
to fight a culture that that it will make people cases. director of the Pentagon's combustible crude by rail- death.
discourages victims from think they are weak and Under the military's Sexual Assault Prevention With production boom- In a court filing
reporting assaults. trigger questions about definition, a sexual assault and Response Office. ing in the Bakken oil field Thursday, Tsarnaev's law-
Reports of sexual as- their sexual orientation. can be anything from "We assess that this along the U.S. northern yers say prosecutors are
saults by members of the In most cases, however, unwanted sexual contact, unprecedented increase tier and in Canada, some
military rose 50 percent sexual orientation has such as inappropriate is consistent with a experts say stronger rules trying to use Tsarnaev's
after the Pentagon began nothing to do with the touching or grabbing, to growing confidence in the to head off a catastrophe foreign birth and immi-
a vigorous campaign to assault and it's more an sodomy and rape. response systems." are long overdue. gratin history against
get more victims to come issue of power or abuse. While the number of Over the past two years, In the latest crash, a him. They say citing his
forward, according to "There is still a reported assaults shot up the military services have CSX train carrying Bakken status as a newly natural -
the Pentagon's annual misperception that this sharply in 2013, defense increased awareness crude from North Dakota ized U.S. citizen implies
report on sexual assaults, is a womens issue and officials said that based of the problem and derailed Wednesday in he is "more deserving of
released Thursday. womens crime," said on survey data and other treatment programs to downtown Lynchburg, the death penalty" than a
Hagel said he is order- Nate Galbreath, the senior information, they believe instill more confidence sending three tanker cars native-born person who
ing six new initiatives, executive adviser for the the increase was largely in the system and get into the James River and commits the same crime.
including efforts to get Pentagons sexual assault due to victims feeling victims to come forward. shooting flames and black Tsarnaev is awaiting
more male victims to prevention office. "It's more comfortable coming Phone numbers and smoke into the air. No one trial on 30 federal charges
come forward and a disheartening that we have forward. Overall, there contact information for was injured, but the wreck in the 2013 marathon
review of alcohol sales such a differential between were 5,061 reports of sex- sexual assault prevention prompted an evacuation bombing.
and policies. He says the the genders and how they ual abuse filed in the fiscal officers are plastered and angered local resi-
review must address the are choosing to report." year that ended Sept. 30, across military bases, dents and officials.
risks of alcohol being used Hagel called on the compared with 3,374 in including inside the doors There have been eight Botched execution
as a weapon by predators. military services to step 2012, for a 50 percent of bathroom staRs. And other significant accidents could renew'cruel'
Final data obtained by up efforts to encourage gain. About 10 percent of top military officers have in the U.S. and Canada challenges
The Associated Press show troops to intervene in the 2013 reports involved traveled to bases around in the past year involving COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)
that about 14 percent of assault situations and incidents that occurred the world speaking out on trains hauling crude, and
the reports filed last year work with military bases before the victim got into the issue. some of them caused The botched execution
considerable damage and of an Oklahoma inmate
deaths, according to the is certain to fire up the
National Transportation debate over what consti-
For GOP, runoffs could Safety Board. Bakken tutes cruel and unusual
crude ignites more easily punishment the phrase
than other types. written into the U.S.
Constitution and defined
complicate key Senate race by the courts, piece by
S Confederate sub: piece, over two centuries.
Chemical bath to Convicted killer
DAVIDSON, N.C. (AP) likely, potentially helping The problem expands in Overtime elections expose hull Clayton Lockett, 38,
-As Republicans try to Democrat Michelle Nunn the summer, when many also could play a began writhing, clenching
win control of the Senate in a state that hasn't families are on vacation factor late in the year. NORTH CHARLESTON, his teeth and straining to
in the 2014 elections, elected a Democrat to and paying scant atten- A fourth competitive S.C. (AP) Scientists lift his head off the pillow
they may be forced to the Senate since 1996. tion to politics and other Senate race, featuring near the city where the Tuesday evening after
confront runoffs in key And in Iowa, the win- news. Louisiana Democrat Civil War began prepared he had supposedly been
Thursday to soak an rendered unconscious
states that could expose ner of a crowded GOP A North Carolina runoff Mary Landrieu, holds the encrusted Confederate by the first of three drugs
conservative-vs.-estab- Senate primary on June 3 would fall on July 15, and potential to stretch into submarine in a chemical in the state's new lethal
lishment rifts and allow will need to capture Georgia s would come a December if she doesn't bath to reveal its hull for injection combination.
relatively tiny numbers 35 percent to avoid a week later. Given the tim- win 50 percent in the the first time in 150 years, The execution was halt-
of voters to pick the state GOP convention, a ing, "if you had a 15 per- November all-candidates seeking to solve the ed, and Lockett died of an
nominees. process that often favors cent turnout, that would election that includes mystery of the demise of apparent heart attack 10
In North Carolina, the most conservative be miraculous," said multiple Republicans. the first sub in history to minutes later, authorities
Republican Thom Tillis candidate. Marcus Kindley, a former Louisiana s unusual elec- sink an enemy warship. said.
hopes to capture at least The outcome of the Republican Party chair- tion process provides for The hand-cranked While officials later
40 percent of the vote three Senate campaigns man for North Carolina s a Dec. 6 runoff between H.L. Hunley -which blamed a ruptured
on Tuesday's primary could help determine Guilford County, which the top two November rests in a 76,000-gallon vein not the drugs
to avoid a mid-july whether Republicans includes Greensboro. finishers, regardless of conservation tank will themselves the case is
runoff. Tillis, the GOP gain Senate control Results of low-turnout party, if no one gets a be treated with a solution raising questions about
establishment's preferred during President Barack elections are harder to majority on Nov. 4. of sodium hydroxide for
candidate, would rather Obama s final two years. predict. The most moti- Under one nail-biting about three months to the ability of states to
focus on Sen. Kay Hagan, They need to pick up six vated voters who can scenario, if Republicans loosen the encrustation administer lethal injec-
among the most targeted seats for a majority in the include tea partyers and have picked up five coating the hull and tions that meet the Eighth
Senate Democrats seek- 100-member chamber. other strongly ideological seats in the November interior of the sub. Amendment requirement
ing re-election this year. Primary runoff elec- conservatives tend election, a Louisiana Conservationists will that punishments be
In Georgia, a large tions traditionally draw to have proportionately runoff could turn into a drain the tank each day neither cruel nor unusual.
field of Republicans small turnouts under the more influence in such postelection battle royal and later, wearing protec- Death penalty op-
makes a runoff election best of circumstances. elections. for Senate control. tive gear, use hand tools ponents such as the
to remove the hard sand, American Civil Liberties
sediment and rust coating Union called for a
the sub before refilling the moratorium on capital
Nevada ranchers neighbors weary of attention tank each evening. punishment. And the
"This is the end of the White House said the
BUNKERVILLE, Nev. opinions we have. They beginning" of the preser- procedure fell short of
(AP) American flags don't like it," said John vation work, said Nestor humane standards.
flap in the wind on the Booth, a resident of near- Gonzalez-Pereyra, the
two-lane state highway by Bunkerville who drove associate director of the
to Cliven Bundy's ranch. this week with his wife, Lasch Conservation Center High school senior
Along the roadside, Peggie, past the State at Clemson University's class prank leads
self-described militia Route 170 encampments. Restoration Institute. "In to 62 arrests

The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014 WORLD NEWS WIRE Page 3
Putin wants Ukraine to withdraw troops WORLD NEWS BRIEFS
Malaysia releases province and was walk-
DONETSK, Ukraine the country, which last, F;.-w preliminary report ingmeeoutside thesntation
( A P -- R u s i a P r s i d n t y e a r a n n o u n c e d p l a n s t o 0
Vladimir Putin said end military conscription 9 1 into MH370 the explosives went off
Thursday that Ukraine in favor of an all-vol- KUALA LUMPUR, and knocked her to the
should withdraw its mill- unteer force. His order Malaysia (AP) Air ground.
tary from the eastern and did not specify where traffic controllers did a a heso
southern regions of the conscript-bolstered not realize that Malaysia flesh and blood in my
coutry a taemet tatfores oul b deloyd.Airlines Flight 370 was hair and on my clothes.
could bolster tmnanti gov-a The renewal of militarydelyd missing until 17 minutes It was terrifying," said the
ernment insurgents who conscription affects onlyafeitdspardro wmnhooudnl
are seizing buildings. men 18 to 25 years old ...... civilian radar, according give her surname, Peng.
Hours later, Ukraine's Earlier in the week, +to a preliminary report on The official website
acting president ordered the acting president the plane's disappearance for Xinjiang's regional
that the military draft be said police and secu-] released Thursday by government said police
renewed, citing "threats rity forces had been AP PHOTO Malaysia's government. identified two suspects
of encroachment on the effectively "helpless" The government with a history of religious
nation's territorial integ- against insurgents in the Pro-Russia protesters burn Ukrainian symbols in front of the also released other extremism, including a
rity" and interference Donetsk and Luhansk regional administration building after a clash with police in information from the 39-year-old man from
by Russia in its internal regions, the heart of the Donetsk, Ukraine, Thursday. investigation into the southern Xinjiang.
affairs. unrest, and that efforts managed to wrest away Upon occupying the flight, including audio
Moscow has con- should be focused on shields from police. An building, protesters dis- recordings of conversa- North Korea: New
sistently denounced preventing the instability Associated Press reporter carded the Ukrainian flag tions between the cockpit
Ukrainian security from spreading to other saw a handful of officers and replaced it with that and air traffic control, the kin d of n uke test
forces' largely ineffectual parts of the country. being dragged away and of the Donetsk People's plane's cargo manifest still an option
operation against the In the regional capital beaten by members of Republic a movement and its seating plan. TOKYO (AP) North
eastern insurgents and city of Donetsk, anti-gov- the crowd. that seeks either greater It provided a map Krasy tmysilg
warned they should not ernment demonstrators Hundreds of onlookers autonomy from the showing the Boeing aoead sandstet may newtid
commit violence against took over the regional accompanying the pro- central government, or in- 777's deduced flight of nuclear device follow-
civilians. prosecutor's office testers shouted slogans dependence and possible path and a document ing U.S. President Barack
In a telephone con- Thursday. Several dozen and hurled abuse. annexation by Russia. detailing actions taken Obama's visit to Seoul,
versation with German riot police standing A car outside the Local news website by authorities during the but is keeping analysts
Chancellor Angela guard at the office fired building blared out patri- Novosti Donbassa hours of confusion that guessing as to when that
Merkel, Putin said the stun grenades and tear otic World War 11 music. reported that earlier in followed the jet's disap- ts ih aepae
removal of military units gas when some at the Inside, a passenger the day around 30 armed pearance near the border Matxertmg ts ak pae.
was the "main thing," front of the crowd of waved a flag bearing a men arrived in six cars in between Malaysian and the South Korean govern-
but it was unclear if that several hundred people doctored image of Soviet the town of Amvrosiivka, Vietnamese airspace. ment had suspected
could be construed as an attempted to force their leader Josef Stalin in a which lies close to the Many of the details the North would conduct
outright demand. way into the building. black vest and holding a Russian border, and took have previously been its fourth nuclear test
Oleksandr Turchynov's As the confrontation machine gun superim- over the city council disclosed.duigOaasvitBt
conscription order escalated, some in the posed with the words: and forced the mayor to the U.S. president has
marked a turnaround for crowd threw rocks and "Death to Fascism." resign. China points to come and gone and the
su icide blast in North is now sending
Urum i atack signals that could be
Victim's kids hope for charges in Belfast murder Uuqatck taken to mean it isready
URUMQI, China (AP) to test at any time, or may
BELFAST, Northern launched an often-lonely -Chinese authorities hold off indefinitely.
Irean (A) Fr potst amain i 195said Thursday that two Analysts remain divided
most of her life, Helen against Adams' denial reiiosexrmst....hehrth ctvt
McKendry has demand- of IRA involvement in carried out a terror means the North is ready
ed that Sinn Fein chief her mother's murder. On attack at a train station to detonate, or just going
Gerry Adams come Thursday, the 56-year- in far-western Xinjiang through the motions. It
clean about his alleged old said she found it hard region by detonating is notoriously difficult
leadership role in the to believe he was finally explosives, in an apparent to divine the intentions
Irish Republican Army- in custody and facing suicide bombing that also of North Korea's isolated
and about the outlawed police questions. killed one other person regime, particularly on
group's abduction, Under British anti-ter- and wounded 79. nuclear tests when most
slaying and secret burial ror law, the 65-year-old The strike late crucial activity happens
of her mother in 1972. Adams must be charged Wednesday in Urumqi underground. Commercial
As Adams spends a or freed by Friday night, AP FILE PHOTO was the third high-profile satellite imagery is
second day being inter- unless police seek a In this Dec. 31, 2013, photo, Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams attack in seven months relatively infrequent and
rogated by detectives judicial extension to his speaks to the media at Stormont Hotel, Belfast, Northern blamed on Xinjiang provides only a snapshot
over the unsolved crime, interrogation. Ireland. extremists that targeted of what's happening.
Mc~edryfear he Twodecdes civilians. These attacks,
day of justice will never Adams initially insisted had already diedof easpolice successfully IR sued iugnytwo of them outside the L fot
coe h a n f i hsfrtbiffc- cancer in 1971, author- in U.S. courts to obtain region, have marked a
1chilen efta orne to-fac eetisnfist brithe ities placed them into all tapes that mention departure from a previ-
by chidwed lef o rphne th-e m~ens thth different foster homes, the McConville killing. ous pattern of primarily
old mher' ai ng. I7-yA was Mendrht inole so the children grew up One tape's contents have targeting local authorities
ormthers Irlayng. h Ras nall involvuned, strangers to each other. already been published in a long-simmering
NotnIe dhs Finll Adm' W ite House prsude, If criminal prsc- bcueteIAmnisrec.Shop C'rot
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wrwarrestewith action bfith or amted slan plans to sue Adams for Hughes, has died and being treated at the WeeSopn ae et
anrd-wayniim Ads'gat of Jeanit Mconvlle saynd civil damages. in his account he ac- Xinjiang Traditional charlotte..... ychamb....g
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fants much foe's too unmaffred grav pnon ae end of my life not know- McConville's killing and Hospital said she had
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to talk honestly about his despite extensive dig- said. "But Adams is never 1 D L []N et
past command positions ging. Then in 2003, a dog going to admit anything.
in the Provisional IRA. walker stumbled across He's never even going to
The underground army her skeletal remains, admit he was in the IRA."
killed nearly 1,800 people with its bullet-shattered The police investiga- ......
-including scores of skull, protruding from tion of Adams appears As aS nNewspaper Subscriber
Catholic civilians and a bluff above a different based, at least in part, on
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Page 4 WIRE FROM PAGE ONE The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014
CDC. Thousands die unnecessarily every year Today is Friday, May 2, the
122nd day of 2014. There are
LOS ANGELES (LA government data show. between the ideal and mortality rates as low The researchers said 243 days left in the year.
Times) Health But many of them didn't actual mortality rates as they are in the ideal there was no way to
disparities in the U.S. have to. represented deaths that states, about 34 percent estimate the overall Today in history
lead to thousands of To figure out how could have been prevent- of heart disease deaths, number of Americans On May 2, 1908, the original
unnecessary deaths many people fit into that ed, the researchers said. 21 percent of cancer who die prematurely version of "Take Me Out to the
each year, according to a category, the researchers (The analysis was re- deaths, 39 percent of re- from those five causes Ball Game"with music by Albert
report from the Centers calculated the mortality stricter to people under spiratory disease deaths, of death. "A person who Von Tilzer 'and lyrics by Jack
for Disease Control and rates for each of those the age of 80 because the 33 percent of stroke avoids death from heart Norworth, was published by Von
Prevention. five causes of death in actual life expectancy in deaths and 39 percent of disease might then be Tilzer's York Music Co.
If all Americans had each of the 50 states plus the U.S. is about 79, the deaths due to accidents exposed to a higher risk
equal access to the best the District of Columbia. researchers said.) could be avoided. for dying from injury or On this date
preventive care currently Then they looked for the When they were done To make that happen, cancer," they wrote. But In 1519, artist Leonardo da
available somewhere three states with the low- crunching the numbers, Americans need to exer- better prevention would Vinci died at Cloux, France, at
in the country, roughly est rates in each category they found that 91,757 cise more, eat better, lose surely save lives overall, age 67.
20 percent to 40 percent and averaged them. That Americans die unnec- weight, quit smoking, use they said. In 1863, during the Civil
of premature deaths average was used as the essarily of heart disease sunscreen and wear seat In 20 10, these five War, Confederate Gen. Thomas
from the five leading best-case scenario. each year. Another belts in cars and helmets leading causes of death "Stonewall" Jackson was acciden-
causes of death could be Next, the researchers 84,443 die prematurely of when riding bicycles or accoumed for 63 percent tally wounded by his own men
avoided, CDC research- applied those ideal cancer, 28,831 die early motorcycles. They also of all deaths in the U.S.
ers calculated. mortality rates to each because of chronic lower need to work with their For the sake of compari- at Chancel lorsvi Ile, Va.; he died
Every year, about state and calculated how respiratory diseases, doctors to reduce their son, the next five leading eight days later.
In 1890, the Oklahoma
895,000 Americans under many people under the 16,973 are killed by cholesterol, control their causes accounted for only Territory was organized.
the age of 80 die as a age of 80 would have preventable strokes, and blood pressure and keep 12 percent of total deaths. In 1936, "Peter and the Wolf,"
result of heart disease, died of heart disease, 36,836 die as a result of their Type 2 diabetes The results were a symphonic tale for children by
cancer, chronic lower cancer, respiratory unnecessary accidents. in check, among other published Thursday in Sergei Prokofiev, had its world
respiratory diseases, diseases, stroke and Put another way, if things, the researchers the CDC's Morbidity and premiere in Moscow.
stroke and accidents, accidents. The difference all of the states had advised. MortalityWeekly Report. In 1945, the Soviet Union
announced the fall of Berlin,
and the Allies announced the
W Fla. Legislature surrender of Nazi troops in Italy
Microsoft fixes Internet EX"lorer fla passes flood and parts of Austria.
insurance bill In 1963, the Children's
(The Seattle Times) Microsoft said in a webcast at I I a.m. Friday 6 to 11, is a remote TALLAHASSEE (AP) Crusade began in Birmingham,
Microsoft on Thursday security advisory. geared toward answering code-execution vulner- Florida is trying to Ala., as more than 1,000 black
released a fix for an Individuals who don't questions from IT people ability, meaning cyber entice private insurance schoolchildren skipped classes
Internet Explorer have automatic updates about the fix. attackers could create a companies to sell flood and marched downtown to
vulnerability that had enabled on their PCs can Microsoft had said Web page and persuade policies in the state that s protest racial segregation;
been exploited by cyber install the fix manually earlier that any security users to view that Web the most vulnerable to hundreds were arrested.
In 1972, a fire at the Sunshine
attackers and led the U.S. by clicking the "Check for update would not apply page or attachment, storm surge. silver mine in Kellogg, Idaho,
government to recom- updates" button in the to the nearly 13-year-old which then allows the The Florida Senate vot- claimed the lives of 91 workers
mend that people use Windows Update portion Windows XP operating attackers to execute ed Thursday 30-3 for the who succumbed to carbon
other Web browsers until of in their Control Panel, system, which Microsoft code on a machine bill (SB 542) sponsored monoxide poisoning. Longtime
Microsoft patched the according to a Microsoft had stopped supporting without the victim by Sen. Jeff Brandes, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover died
problem. blog post. last month, the company knowing about it. a Republican from St. in Washington at age 77.
Users who are running Corporate IT depart- said Thursday that it The problem was first Petersburg. It now heads In 1982, the Weather Channel
Windows with automat- ments can find more had decided to issue the discovered by cybersecu- to the desk of Gov. Rick made its debut.
ic updates enabled will details on how to install security update to XP rity firm FireEye Friday Scott. In 1994, Nelson Mandela
not need to take any the update for their orga- customers. evening, which found The legislation is claimed victory in the wake of
action, as the update nizations in Thursday's The Internet Explorer active attacks exploiting designed to make it easier South Africa's first democratic
will download and security bulletin. vulnerability, which the vulnerability on IE 9 for private companies to elections; President FW. cle Klerk
install automatically, Microsoft is hosting a affects IE versions to 11. sell flood insurance. acknowledged defeat.
In 2011, Osama bin Laden
involving a football player. Spokesman Rick Fitzgerald safer community," said receive federal funds. It is was killed by elite American
PROBES The investigation began says the university has Dartmouth spokesman the same law that guar- forces at his Pakistan compound,
after federal authorities been "fully cooperating." Justin Anderson. "There's antees girls and women then quickly buried at sea after a
FROM PAGE 1 received complaints Schools on the list, for always something we equal access to sports, but decade on the run.
related to the expulsion the most part, were unwill- can learn and ways to get it also regulates institu- Today's birthdays
of complaints, not of Brendan Gibbons, a ing to talk about specific better." tions' handling of sexual
judgments. Education former placekicker. incidents but said they The Obama adminis- violence and increasingly Actor Theodore Bikel is 90.
Secretary Arne Duncan A student group exam- have been working with rations effort to bring is being used by victims Singer Engelbert Humper-
said there was "absolutely ined the school's student the federal department more attention to the who say their schools dinck is 78. Actress-activist
zero presumption" of guilt. sexual misconduct policy to be more responsive to issue of sexual assaults is failed to protect them. Bianca Jagger is 69. Singer
Few details of individual and last month deter- student complaints. not limited to colleges. The agency previously Lesley Gore is 68. Actor David
cases are known, but some mined the university failed "We are hopeful at The college investiga- would confirm such Suchet is 68. Singer-songwriter
are. One, at the University to explain a yearlong the end of this there will tions are done under Title Title IX investigations Larry Gatlin is 66. Rock singer
of Michigan in Ann Arbor, delay between the alleged be a resolution that will IX of a U.S. law, which when asked, but students Lou Gramm (Foreigner) is 64.
involves allegations of incident and Gibbons' strengthen our internal prohibits gender discrim- and others were often Actress Christine Baranski is
mishandling of a matter expulsion in December. processes and result in a ination at schools that unaware of them. 62. Singer Angela Bofill is 60.
Actor Brian Tochi is 55. Movie
director Stephen Daldry is 54.
on the bridge made the passengers were again That warning came Joon-seok took at least Actress Elizabeth Berridge is
FERRY ferry's first distress call, told to stay put, even as eight minutes after a a half-hour to order an 52. Actress Mitzi Kapture is 52.
one student said: "Am I some questioned wheth- Sewol crew member told evacuation. It is unclear Rock musician Todd Sucherman
FROM PAGE 1 really going to die?" er they should flee. a marine traffic official, whether that order was (Styx) is 45. Wrestler-turned-
At the start of the video, The last message from "The body of the ship has ever relayed to passen- actor Dwayne Johnson is 42.
"It's like we're becom- a message blared from the bridge came at 9:08: tilted, and it's impossible gers. Lee has said he Actress Jenna Von Oy is 37.
ing the Titanic," one the ferry's loudspeakers: "We're again announc- to move," according to a delayed the evacuation Actress Ellie Kemper is 34. Actor
student said. "Dont move away from ing: For passengers who transcript of communi- because of worries about Robert Buckley is 33. Actor
At 8:53 a.m., less than your places and brace for can wear life vests, please cations with the ferry. sending passengers into Gaius Charles is 31. Olympic
two minutes into the any possible accidents." wear them now. Never After the passengers cold waters and fast gold medal figure skater Sarah
video and two minutes In subsequent move away from your were ordered to stay in currents before rescuers I Hughes is 29.
before a crew member announcements, places." their cabins, Capt. Lee arrived.
it as a "collapse of the flooding. Barnes, the : "' I Squirrel goes
EXPLOSION concrete floors between inmate, said the toilets nuts on Maine
the basement and upper werent working, so in- teen taking 'selfie'
FROM PAGE 1 floors." mates had to use plastic

The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014 STATE NEWS WIRE Page 5
Leg islators other states, according to H u e h l s *l e a mi r n
reach deal on tax figures released Thursday.
hoiasHealth and Humanse k glali n e
h o ld aysServices officials took a
TALLAHASSEE (AP) victory lap, noting more e k n a
Shoppers buying clothes than 8 million signed up sIi es
and schools supplies nationally and spotlight-
will get a three-day tax ing Florida as one of its TALLAHASSEE (AP) Godinez-Samperio's for more than 10 years.
holiday in August. highest achievers. But The House amended a parents brought him The House language
The Senate on enrollment lagged among bill Thursday to include to the United States on added other conditions.
Thursday included Hispanics, who represent language that would help a tourist visa when he Candidates would also
the back-to-school tax the highest uninsured immigrants who are un- was 9 and the family have to have a Social
holiday in a $105 million rate of any racial or lawfully in the country to remained in the country Security number and
taxcutpacag tht lg- ethic rop, nd receive their law licenses after the visas expired. authorization to work in
taxcutpac ag th t l g- eth ic ro p, nd thunder certain conditions. He was an Eagle Scout the United States. M en
islators plan to pass this critical 18-to-34-year-old The decision comes and the valedictorian of seeking a license also
week. The back-to-school demographic. a month after the state his high school before would have to register for
sales tax holiday would In Florida, 106,647 en- Supreme Court denied a graduating from Florida the military draft.
last from Aug. 1- 3. rollees, or about 19 per- license to a man because State University's law Godinez-Samperio
Under the bill cent, of the 983,775 who of his immigration school. He passed the meets all of those qual-
(HB 5601), shoppers signed up were Hispanic. status. bar exam in 2011, but the ifications. The bill now
would not have to pay The figure was only Jose Godinez- Supreme Court said in goes back to the Senate AP PHOTO
sales taxes on any clothes slightly higher for African Samnperio watched from March that Florida law with the new language.
worth $100 or less. Americans. The numbers the gallery as the House didn't allow him to get a "I'm feeling great," Jose Godinez-Samperio
Shoppers would not have don't reveal a complete approved language to law license. Godinez-Samperio said. listens to debate on a bill in
to pay taxes on school picture since applicants give the Supreme Court The court suggested "Today is a great day for the house that would allow
supplies worth $15 or less were not required to re- the ability to grant law the Legislature could justice, for state's rights. him to practice law in Florida
or on the first $750 of a port their race. just a little licenses to immigrants pass a law to allow Today is a great day for during session on Thursday, in
personal computer. more than half of Florida here illegally under cer- immigrants here illegally fairness." Tallahassee.
The bill also includes applicants did so. ain conditions. House to obtain law licenses, Godinez-Samperio provides free legal help
a three-day sales tax Speaker Will Weatherford and noted that Godinez- received a work permit in to low-income people in
holiday in September on Nelson wants congratulated him after Samperio is an exempla- 2012 as part of President the Tampa Bay area.
the purchase of energy ef- the bill (HB 755) passed. ry candidate. Barack Obama's Deferred He hopes to practice
ficient appliances. It also Texas oil company "You've been given The Senate approved Action for Childhood immigration law.
includes a nine-day sales sc rutin ized an opportunity by language last week that Arrivals program, which "Just as I needed
tax holiday on the sale NALS(P .. this Legislature ... would allow the court to halted the deportation of somebody to navigate
ofLE hurrcan prepaatio an act of justice by issue law licenses to peo- immigrants brought to the complex immigration
supl surrca btepraies Sen. Bill Nelson wants the this Legislature," said ple in the country unlaw- the United States as chil- system in this country ...
andpgleruh at teries Environmental Protection Weatherford, R-Wesley fully if they came to the dren. He is working as a hopefully in the future
an eertr.Agency to look into a Texas Chapel. "Return that act country as a minor and if paralegal at Gulf Coast I will be able to help
company fined in Florida of justice to many others." they have been in Florida Legal Services, which somebody else," he said.
Leg islatu re for an unauthorized drill-
fixesgradution ing operation using acid to
fixes graduationcreate fractures.Pa h n er si nt b gnce nu
standards g litch In a letter Thursday to
TALLAHASSEE (AP) -- EPA Administrator Gina Pa h n l re i nt b gn ce nu
High school students in McCarthy, Nelson, D-Fla.,
10th grade this year won't said the "fracking-like PENSACOLA (AP) waters exposed buckled
hae o as Agera11in incident" raises concerns As Florida Panhandle roadways. About 660
order to pagerae. about activities that "pose residents and business Gulf Power customers
The Florida Legislature a threat to the drinking owners started the long remained without power 4
onThrda asedabiland surface water so close process Thursday of Thursday morning.
on husdy assd bllto the Florida Everglades." cleaning up as flood A boil water notice
to clear up a glitch from The EPA released a waters receded, a food remained in effect
last year's overhaul of statement saying it has no pantry with no space for parts of Pensacola _0_ "
high school graduation authority to issue permits to store canned goods along Escambia Bay.
star, lgsa or ohrierglt begged donors to give The Emerald Coast
Last ear, egisltors exploratory oil wells. nta.UiiisAtoiyls
elmntdteAgba1 TesaefndteDn moneyinta.UltesAhotyot..........
requirement for high AHuhso.$,00Manna Food Pantries, three service trucks inI
A. ughs o. 25,00 the primary food pantry the flooding, including
school graduation. But the latmnh fiil ntePnaoaae, oeta a nteac
bill did not include those said the company had a intePsaoara, nehtmitnnc
students w ho had entered perm it allow ing one acid m ay be a total loss after w orkers used to help free .- .....................
high school during the treatment but did another 3 feet of water flooded a woman trapped in her ...........
2012-13 school year. one in December without food coolers and ad- car, said executive direc-
The measure (HB 7031) approval. Collier County mnsrtv fie.I o tpe .Srel
now headed to Gov. Rick officials want the state to can't accept new food Kyle Schmitz returned
Scott would include those revoke a permit that has donations because it has to his Pensacola home
students. allowed the company to nowhere to store them, Thursday to find a dark .....
The bill also repeals drill on an island sur- said Executive Director brown line ringing the .. ....
more than 30 mentions rounded by a sanctuary DeDe Flounlacker. exterior, marking how: 7
of Common Core State since 2012. "If you were thinking of high the water rose after :
Standards that were giving a can of food, give he fled Tuesday night
plcdit tt a ut$5 instead," Flounlacker with his 18-month-old AP PHOTO
a year ago. Am rcnped odtePnaoaNw-sn ewspcig Autos sit on top of each other in a washed out section of Dog
guilty in '84 Cuba journal. "It's about as bad clothes, dishes and books Track Road in the Millview community as Gulf Coast residents
jet h ijackin g as it can be. Nobody got that had stayed dry on continue cleaning up from damage caused by torrential rains
Senate rejects hurt, though, and we're high shelves, but larger, in Pensacola, Thursday.
changes to 'stand FORT LAUDERDALE glad for that." soaked pieces of furni-
(AP) An American Nearly 2 feet of rain ture such as his bed and said, 'We get that."'" go, the water seeped into
your g round' law who returned from Cuba drenched Escambia and couch were destined to In Washington County, their home.
TALLAHASSEE (AP) after hijacking a jetliner Santa Rosa counties in be left at the curb. Bridgette Phillips' hus- "There was 2 feet of
- The Senate rejected to the communist island the span of about 24 Schmitz told his band had to kayak from water in the house. It was
proposed changes to the 30 years ago pleaded hours. Officials assessing landlords that he'd have the road to the front door coming up through the
"stand your ground" law guilty Thursday to a U.S. the damage Thursday to find somewhere else of their Greenhead home floors," Phillips said. "It's
that would have pre- kidnapping charge. Now, said they were exploring to live. to assess the damage. horrible."
vented people who start he's hoping for credit for whether to have both "It's pretty obvious They don't live near a The system that had
an altercation or seek the time he served behind counties declared disas- I'm not coming back to creek or reservoir, but the blown violent winds
revenge from using it as a brinCa.ter zones. this house," he said. "I neighborhood has poor across parts of Tennessee
defense. William Potts, 57, Burst water pipes told them, 'Rent's due drainage. Their yard had and Mississippi early this
Demcrti Se.isis e trt pldea beobin in Gulf Breeze corn- today, it's the first of been completely sub- week and then soaked
Smith of Fort Lauderdale U.Seb. D iiteRoinw pounded flooding from the month, but I'm not merged by the flooding. the Panhandle continued
tried m ndignther Reorsren um.n intrview the" rain, nd reedn go n A to n pa ht' TheyA Without anywhere else to to mo east Thu rsdray.

Page 6 WIRE BUSINESS NEWS/STOCKS The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014
Frigid winter has Weekly jobless Gold extends Viacom to buy
given way to a claims jump to slump on economy Britain's Channel 5
economy news warming economy 2-month high NEWYORK (Bloomberg) for $761 million
- The U.S. economy is Times) First-time longest slump in a month (Bloomberg) -Viacom
fails t0 hft stocks emerging from hiberna- unemployment claims as signs of a recovery in said it will acquire
tion after a bleak winter. surprisingly jumped last the U.S. economy curbed Britian's Channel 5 for 450
NEWYORK (AP) suggest that the econo- Consumers are ramping week to a two-month demand for the precious million pounds ($761 mil-
Encouraging news my is gaining momen- up spending, businesses high of 344,000, a metal as an alternative lion), giving the owner of
on the U.S. economy tum after the unusually are ordering more goods downbeat sign ahead of asset. Silver dropped to MTV and Comedy Central
and manufacturers are ex- Friday's jobs report. the lowest since July. a new stage for its shows
wasn't enough to give harsh winter. d
the stock market its The market remains panding. The strengthening The number of people Consumer spending in Britain and a chance to
numbers show that harsh filing for initial jobless in March jumped by the create programs for the
fourth straight day of close to its all-time snowstorms and frigid cold benefits was up from the most since August 2009, local market.
gains. highs, but for now in January and February previous week's revised government data showed Sumner Redstone's
Manufacturing grew investors, uncertain were largely to blame for figure of 330,000, the Thursday. Wednesday, the company will pay cash
faster in April than about which way the the economy's scant growth Labor Department said Federal Reserve said it to buy the broadcaster
in March as exports economy is headed, at the start of the year. Thursday. Economists pared monthly bond pur- from Northern & Shell,
picked up and factories appear reluctant to push Growth appears to be had expected the figure to chases to $45 billion and the publishing compa-
accelerated hiring. stocks higher. picking up, and econo- drop to 320,000. said further reductions in ny owned by Richard
U.S. shoppers ramped The Standard & mists think the govern- The 344,000 claims "measured steps" are likely. Desmond. The purchase
up their spending in Poor's 500 index fell ment on Friday will report were the most since late Gold slumped 28 percent will immediately boost
March at the fastest 0.27 points, or less a solid hiring gain in April February. in 2013, the most since earnings, according to a
pace in 4 V2 years and than 0. 1 percent, to exceeding 200,000 jobs. Last week was the third 1981, partly on concern statement from New York-
construction spending 1,883.68. The Dow Jones The economy barely ex- in a row in which claims that the Fed would slow the basedViacom.
also ticked higher. The industrial average fell panded in the first quarter, rose. It's a discouraging pace of monetary stimulus. Channel 5, with about
reports, coming a day 21.97 points, or 0. 1 per- eking out an annual growth trend after the closely Gold futures for for 42 million viewers in
after the Commerce cent, to 16,558.87. The rate of just 0.1 percent, watched labor market indi- June delivery fell 1 per- any given month, gives
Department said U.S. Nasdaq composite rose compared with a 2.6 per- cator dropped to 301,000 in cent to settle at $1,283.40 Viacom an opportunity
growth stalled in the 12.90 points, or 0.3 per- cent rate in the final three the week ended April 5, the an ounce at 1:39 p.m. on to capitalize on its U.S.
January-March quarter, cent, to 4,127.45. months of 2013. lowest level since May 2007. the Comex in New York. programming in Britain.
Sparkle Brite to hold Customer Appreciation Day
sparkle Brite Pools Wednesday at City Hall, perform, such as the child $4 house margaritas, on committee chair Brett
of North Port will 4970 City Hall Blvd. (off ID video program and the rocks or frozen. Also Hawker at 941-626-3560.
hold a Customer Sumter Boulevard), on citywide parking assis- try the Mexican-inspired
Appreciation Day, all day the second floor. The tance. The watch also has favorites sizzling faji- The American Legion
long Saturday at the 1511 watch will receive a spe- administrative positions tas, quesadilla burgers, Post 254 Auxiliary pres-
S. Sumter Blvd. store in Steve cial monthly report from to be filled periodically, chili-cheese nachos, ents "Kickin' Up Dust on
the Heron Creek shop- Sachk the Police Department. like secretary, treasurer, fiesta chicken chopped Armed Forces Day" from
ping center, at the corner ar Topics will include a social/media director, salad, and much more. I p.m. to 7 p.m. May 17
of Price and Sumter report on year-to-date operations and mem- For more information, at the post home, 6648
boulevards. burglaries, home-secu- bership coordinator. The call 941-423-1504. Taneytown St., North
Lunch will be available Sparkle Brite, voted rity recommendations, public is invited to join Port. There will be a raffle
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., "Best of North Port" by and a neighborhood their neighbors for this The North Port Young with prizes, food and two
with free food donated Sun readers for the last watch review. event. For more informa- Professionals will meet bands Sons of Beaches
by the Heron Creek seven years in a row, is There is a place for all tion about the group, visit from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. playing from 1 p.m. to
Subway, buy-one-get- offering the lowest prices North Port citizens in the, or email Wednesday at Beef'O' 3 p.m., and Bandana
one-free chlorine, up anywhere to show their Neighborhood Watch. Brady's, 1037 Sumter from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
to $500 off heat pumps appreciation for your The main objective is to Blvd., North Port. The All proceeds will ben-
(after rebate), 25 pounds business and support. serve as extra eyes and J.T. Adams, general NPYP is for professionals efit local veterans' and
of chlorine tablets for For more information, ears for the NPPD. This manager of Applebee's, ages 21 to 40 to network community programs.
$45.99, all pool filters call 941-423-6003. is done by patrol, which 17500 Tamiami Trail (in and connect. No signup For more information,
15 percent off (and has many methods, from the North Port Home is necessary, and there call 941-423-7311.
you get a free bottle of The North Port reporting a suspicious Depot plaza), invites is no charge, unless you Steve Sachkar is
filter cleaner), auto pool Police Department will act or person to formal everyone to a four-day wish to order off the publisher of the North
cleaners up to $200 off, assist the North Port patrols covering specific celebration of Cinco menu. The group meets Port Sun. Email him at
20 percent off all pool Neighborhood Watch areas by foot, bicycle de Mayo from today the first Wednesday ssachkar@sun-herald.
toys, and $200 off a pool at a special monthly or car. There also are through Monday, May 5. of every month. For com, or fax business infor-
pilot Nano salt system. meeting at 6:30 p.m. community services to Applebee's will feature more information, call mation to 941-429-3007.
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+32.0 AvisBudg 53.36 +77 -9.7 ConAgra 30.44 -.07 -6.5 FireEye n 40.77 +1.51 +10.0 iSh20yrT 112.02 +.92 -.2 MVreRMu 22.59 -.12 -3.1 OldRepub 16.73 +.17 +5.0 RetailOpp 15.46 -.18 -14.3 Transocn 42.34 -.73 -7.2 Yelp 64.02 +5.70
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-.2 BB&TCp 37.24 -.09 +18.7 ConsolEngy45.16 +.65 +2.7 FirstEngy 33.88 +.13 +1.0 iShiBxHYB 93.82 -.52 +18.6 MarlntA 58.55 +.62 -8.4 OmegaP 11.26 -.10 +52.2 RiteAid 7.70 +.40 +4.5 TriCntlpf 46.52 ... -26.4 YoukuTud 22.30 +.01
+3.1 BCE g 44.65 +.11 -.2 ConsolCom 19.60 -.32 -13.0 FstMerit 19.35 -.04 +3.4 iSR1KVal 97.36 -.02 +1.7 MarshM 49.17 -.14 +13.8 OnSmcnd 9.38 -.03 +1.7 RockwlAut 120.22 +1.04 -17.4 TrinaSolar 11.29 +.11 +.8 YumBrnds 76.25 -.74
B +5.1 ConEd 5808 +05 +18.8 Flextrn 9.23 +.24 -3.0 iShR2K 111.94 -.04 MartinMid 41.78 +.20 + -53.4 OncoGenex 3.89 +.01 +5.6 RockColl 78.07 +.42 +11.3 TriNet n 21.26 -.19 +.9 Zagg 4.39 +.04
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+7.1 BP PLC 85.31 -.17 +7.1 CooperTire 25.74 +.59 -5.9 Fluor 75.54 -.16 +7.0 iShUSPfD 39.39 -.16 -11.7 Masco 20.10 +.01 -.6 OpkoHIth 8.39 +.12 -.4 Roper 138.10 -.85 +.8 TripAdvs 83.50 +2.76 +4.6 Zimmer 97.50 +.70
+-.9 BP Pu 158.5 4.7 -.28.6 CoronDem 38.09 +1.33 +3.1 FordM 15.91 -.24 +11.4 iShREst 70.26 +.54 -11.2 MasterCls 74.22 +.67 -19.3 OplinkC 15.01 -2.13 -12.3 Rowan 31.02 +.10 +71.6 TriQuint 14.31 +.13 -4.5 ZionsBcp 28.61 -.31
+25.1 Bakru 68.1 -2.1 +18.2 Corning 21.06 +15 .13.4 FBHmSec 39.56 -.29 -4.9 iShHmCnst 23.61 +.22 -17.2 Mattel 39.39 +.18 +7.1 Oracle 40.97 +.09 -1.0 RoyalBk g 66.53 -.27 +3.5 TrueBlue 26.67 -.08 -7.3 Zoetis 30.31 +.05
+10.2 Ballo 156.94 +4.75 +12.5 Corpnf 26 .0 9 +5-. Formen 29.85 -.01 +8.6 Idacp 530 +.16 +41. McDnlds 1.96 -.42 +11.4Orbotch 15.06 +.32 +10.9 RylCarb 52.60 -.53 -7.7 TrstNY 6.63 +.01 +1.3 ZweigFd 15.05
+14.9 Ballarpw 36.74 +.08 -2.9 Costco 115.56 -.12 -9.4 FMCG 34.17 -.20 +1.4 ITW 85.28 +.05 -5.3 McnrwH 707.9 +.142 +.90Orexigen 5.68 +.06 +12.9 RoyDShllB 84.82 +.17 -9.4 Tuppwre 85.65 +.74 +2.6 Zynga 3.90 -.15
Bco.radcpAw147-.-7C+InvNG465.2-reaalem 2.MI +122 Keenon 168D4hOrAghao0xvo.31 Sto Footnotes lock Fooinoies: kcdIssu has been called for
+18. Bcoradpf 1.0 4.76. CSVlVST 32.76 .-1.2. Frontie 3.936 -.04 -2.7 IngerMd 59.96 +.21 cwn .0-2 +9.10OshkoshCp 54.94 -.57 -10.7 Ryland 38.76 +.37 merly listed on the American Exciange's Emerging Company Mar-
+23.5 BcoSaSil 6.67 +.02 -8.8 CSVxlIST 2.09 1...5. Fuenliel 2.24 -.03 +1.0 Ingrerdo 69.14 -1.16 +5.8 MeadWyco 39.07 .. +.30OtterTail 29.36 +.06 "ketplace. g Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h Does
-14.1 Bank~rutl 6.67+02 -25.6 Cree Incs46.52 -. 5 ulelE2.24Fsoni 8.1-.08 -7. InlandREn 10.145-.3 +10.7 Medgenics 6.63 +.11 S-T-U ntme otne-itn tned.1 aeiln ihSC
-3.1 BkofAm 15.09 -.05 -56Celc 6.2-6 -22Fso-o 87 +.8 .7IanR 105 '"+10.3 MedProp 13.48 -.02 P-Q-R -8.1 S&T Bcp 23.25 -.01 Stock was anew issue in the last year. The 52-week high and lowlig-
+3.1 BkM ont g 68.72 -.22 +3.0 3 Cr ocestwdEq 14.5525 +.214 G -H-I +16.74 Int g yEgDv 11.485 +.018 +3.2 Medtrnic 59.21 +.39 +1.5 PDL Bio 8.57 +.08 +13.6 SCANA 53.29 -.39 iue dat onl Prfromntes beginninde o e ra ing. l me t pif Pre rd hstoc
-2.8 BkNYMel 33.95 +.08 +56ConHold 470 .9+97.6 GT AdvTc 17.22 +.61 +1.7 Inte 26ysE +.2 -12.4 MelcoCrwn 34.34 +.18 +13.6 PG&E Cp 45.75 +.17 -3.9 SLM Op 9.02 -.18 ipr r-R Rist nbues scurity rtaspecfiedsI nriso rs- ch ha
-29Bkoa 0.6-.2+5 a~vn 2.8 .2+19.1 Merck 59.62 +1.06 +6.4 PMC Sra 6.84 ..-10.8 SM Energy 74.11 -.02 undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50% within the past year.
-4. Pacla 73 rs 2 +8. Cybpm 1 ..5 -181 bWultT 10.1 +.09 +2.50 ItrAP 62 -1h+ MRs+ Ul edd i petwsae
+3.0 Bard 138.02 +.69 -5.2 Gam&Lsr n 36.44 -.31' +. B 135 29 +33.7 Meritor 13.95 +2.08 -5.4 POSCO 73.76 +.16 +2.0 S&P500ETF188.33 +.01 high. un Unit,, including more than one security. vj Company in
+9.8 BarnesNob 16.42 +.02 -43.4 CytRx 3.55 +.48 +1.6 Gap 39.72 +.42 -3 IGame 1 .6 + .1 +31.1 MerrimkP 6.99 +2.60 +1.6 PPG 192.64 -.98 -6.0 SpdrHome 31.30 +.30 bankruptcy o reeiership, orbeingreorgfanizeundethebanrupt
-2. BrrckG 1711-.3 DE-+2.0Gamin 5682 6.28 -. Interpubi 17.034 -.08 -4.4 MetLife 51.57 -.78 +13.7 PPL Corp 34.21 +.87 +1.5 SpdrLehHY 41.18 -.17 least $5 and changed 5 percent or more in price.11alnn for 50
+61.3 BasricknG 25.46 -.96 +04 DInl- .8 + 2.01. Geekine 14.86 .8 -. nepbi 7 -.050 +20.7 MicronT 26.25 +.13 +8.3 Paccar 64.09 +.11 -5.6 SpdrS&P RB38.35 -.14 most actively traded stocks of the day. Dividend Footnotes: a -
+7.0 Baxter 74.39 +1.60 +11.9 DDR Corp 17.20 +.03 -3.7 Generac 54.53 4.35 -7.9 Intereg 359.632.5 +6.9 Microsoft 40.00 -.40 -1.1 PacBiosci 5.17 +.75 +1.6 SabnR 51.37 -.37 tckExtra dividendS Liudtnwere iedpaid, butare nounnt included.b Annual iratesplus
-18.9 eazerm 19.0 +.8 +6.2 DNP~elt 10.0 +.0 +1.3 G~lny 35.64 -.00 -.9 v ense3 +273.Micovisn 1.68s-011+1 8.8Pa0thnr l3.68 -1.92 30.6nhalnc 41.88+.68s.92i li3div6nd houncecla1dor dnlas
-22.7 BedBath 62.10 -.03 +2.3 DR Horton 22.83 +.55 -21.9 GnCable 22.97 -2.65 -.Ineo 360 +81 +6.0 Middleby 254.15 +1.67 -7.1 Pandora 24.71 +1.29 -2.2 St Joe 18.77 +.92 dividend announcement. i -Sumnof dividends paid after stock split, no
-2.0 Bemis 40.13 -.11 +17.8 DTE 78.19 +.05 +14.9 GenDynam109.77 +.32 -1.0 Irdnvcn 360 +.81 -29.6 MdsitruF 20.39 +.06 -11.2 Panraerd 156.9 +3.96 +1.9 Steude 63.14 -.33 rear rte.d o d iid, elds paid this year trcnive
+8.9 BerkHB 129.06 +.21 +7.4 DTEEn61 25.98 +.12 -4.5 GenElec 26.77 -.12 Iiu~ 1. isUJ 54 .5 -49Prmt .1-2 56Sefre5.8+4 aerhidhdsdkacae~upat c ltv
-34.8 BestBuy 26.02 +.09 +8.6 DanaHIdg 21.30 +.13 +15.0 GenGrPrp 23.09 +.12 +324.0 IsoRay 2.12 -.29 -1.5 Monlyor 45.69 -.06 -9.6 Parkerla 16.54 -.09 +23.9 Slix~hm 111.45 +1.45 decrad, bynmst raeent divnided notsounent p ntlae oradivi
+22.3 BigLots 39.50 ... -4.7 Danaher 73.61 +.23 +5.5 GenMills 52.68 -.34 +09taniH 1.0 +. 9 Modlz3.3-0p20Pakrar2.9-7 1.1Slyt 53 20 endianua rat ot knuok yided t w.- Dared or api-
+17.1 Biocryst 8.90 +.31 -8.7 Darden 49.63 -.08 -14.6 GenMotors 34.90 +.42 +2. tunb 64 .4 -5.4 Monsanto 110.24 -.46 +27.3 PattUTI 32.22 -.31 +11.3 SJuanB 18.63 -.48 cesilnnhpds1coied-ade k
+2.6 Biogenldc 286.75 -.37 +25.8 DeVryEd 44.66 -.37 +7.4 GenesisEn 56.45 +1.03 J-K-L -20.6 MonstrWw 5.66 -1.23 -3.3 PeabdyE 18.88 -.13 +20.6 SanDisk 85.05 +.31 a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd -
-.3 BioScrip 7.38 +.46 -8.4 DeanFds rs 15.74 -.10 -11.6 Gentex 29.02 +.35 +5.6 JA Solar 9.68 +.05 -3.2 Moog A 65.75 +.30 +11.1 Pembina g 39.14 -.18 +12.4 SandRdge 6.82 -.04 Loss in last12 months. Mutual Fund Footnotes: b Fee covering
-6.8 BlkRKelso 8.70 -.38 +2.1 Deere 93.22 -.12 +15.6 Genworth 17.95 +.10 -16.3 JDS Uniph 10.87 -1.81 -.4 MorgStan 31.22 +.29 +5.0 Pengrth g 6.51 +.01 +1.5 Sanofi 54.41 +.61 rnarket costs paid from und asselsh d Deered 1Ilesre,ao
+7.1 BlackBerry 7.97 +.31 +35.1 DeltaAir 37.12 +.29 -23.2 Gerdau 6.02 +.01 -4.1 JPMorgCh 55.72 -.26 -7.2 MotrlaSolu 62.65 -.93 -22.3 PnnNGm 11.13 -.03 -10.6 SantCUSA n22.54 -.20 chaged, usually a marketing ice and either a sales or redemption
+.3 BlkHIthSci 35.56 +.00 +1.9 DenburyR 16.75 -.07 -58.4 GeronCp 1.97 -.01 -7.8 JacobsEng 58.08 +.38 -5.4 Murph0 61.36 -2.07 +9.4 PennWst g 9.15 +.09 +11.9 Schlmbrg 100.80 -.75 iee. NA not available. p previous day s net asset value. s fund
-6.6 Blackstone 29.42 -.11 +13.0 DevonE 69.89 -.11 +5.2 GileadSci 79.02 +.53 +33.9 JkksPac 9.00 +.24 +14.6 Mylan 49.74 -1.04 -8.3 PennantPk 10.64 -.06 +2.2 Schwab 26.58 +.03 split shares during the week. x fund paid a distribution during the
-.8 BlockHR 28.81 +.39 -6.6 Diageo 123.72 +.94 +3.8 GlaxoSKln 55.40 +.03 -2.3 JanusCap 12.09 -.04 -10.5 NCR Corp 30.50 -.01 -7.8 Penney 8.44 -.08 -16.2 SeadrillLtd 34.44 -.78 week. Source: Morningstar and the Associated Press.
Interestrates NET 1YR Foreign 1YR. Commodities FJELS CLOSE PVS. %CHG %YTD
[ I ~ ~TREASURIES YEST PVS CHG AGo Exchange MAJORS CLOSE CHG %CHG AGO Crude oil fell a Crude oOil gl(bbl) 99.42 99.74 -0.32.3 +15.0
3-month T-bill .01 0.02 -0.01 .05 The dollar fell C nadan D lar o n 1.0 6 secon+18 100 7 d t ai gh e t eat n O(ralGa (rr ) 4.2 48 1.9 1 .
[ 6-mnonth T-bill .04 0.04 ... .08 only modestly USD per Euro 1.3865 -.0005 -.04% 1.3210 dattsl est NauapGs(mrt) 4.2 482 -.9e1.
52-wk T-bill .10 0.10 ... .10 against the Japanese Yen 102.32 +.20 +.20% 97.41 settlmeta price Unleaded Gas (gal) 2.94 3.01 -0.85 +5.5
2-year T-note .41 0.41 ... .21 British pound, Mexican Peso 13.0473 -.0186 -.14% 12.1796 inmrthnfv
The yield on the 5-year T-note 1.66 1.68 -0.02 .65 but it continued weeks. Silver fell METALS CLOSE PVS. %CHG %YTD
10-year Treasury 10-year T-note 2.62 2.65 -0.03 1.63 a trend that E-UROPEAFRICAIMIDDE 8AS .03 +1% .55 d a rh itriight Gold (oz) 1283.10 1295.60 -0.96 +6.8
pertoe2t.6 30 y as-b nu. 1m.6 .0 .3m er The Norwegian Krone 5.9444 -.0001 -.06% 5.7535 low est settle- P aiu mz(oz) 14 275 14 2 .0 03 + 1
Thursday. Yields dollar is at its South African Rand 10.4934 +.0001 +.10% 9.0117 ment price since Copper (lb) 3.03 3.03 -0.02 -12.0
affect rates on NT YR lowest point Swedish Krona 6.5063 -.0002 -.13% 6.4494 July. Palladium (oz) 814.30 812.65 +0.20 +13.5
m ortgages and BONDS YEST PVS CHG AGO against the S isF a c.7 1 +0 1 .0 9 5
other consumer pound since ASIA/PACIFIC AGRICULTURE CLOSE PVS. %CHG %YTD
loans. Barclays LongT-Bdldx 3.23 3.28 -0.05 2.55 August 2009. Australian Dollar 1.0785 +.0027 +.25% .9717 Cattle (lb) 1.39 1.46 +1.41 +3.5
Bond Buyer Muni Idx 4.61 4.63 -0.02 3.99 Chinese Yuan 6.2598 +.0002 +.00% 6.1695 g .. Coffee (lb) 2.01 2.03 -0.79 +82.0
Barclays USAggregate 2.31 2.35 -0.04 1.73 Hong Kong Dollar 7.7528 -.0002 -.00% 7.7598U Corn (bu) 5.03 5.14 -2.09 +19.3
PRIME FED Barclays US High Yield 5.04 5.06 -0.02 5.21 Indian Rupee 60.330 +.010 +.02% 53.700 Cotton (lb) 0.94 0.94 -0.07 +11.1
RATE FUNDS Moodys AAA CorplIdx 4.21 4.24 -0.03 3.70 .Singapore Dollar 1.2526 -.0014 -.11% 1.2325 mLumber (1,000 bd ft) 337.50 335.90 +0.48 -6.3
6 MO AG .5 .3 Barclays CompT-Bdldx 1.85 1.88 -0.03 .97 South Korean Won 1031.21 -2.14 -.21% 1099.52 SOane Ji(lb) 147 153 -.7 +13
1 YR AGO 3.25 .13 Barclays US Corp 3.00 3.04 -0.04 2.60 ~ Taiwan Dollar 30.20 -.01 -.03% 29.51 Wheat (bu) 6.99 7.13 -2.00 +15.5

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80/71 Today Sat. Today Sat.
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POLNIDXSun. 10:46a 4:35a 11:10p 4:58p Temperatures are today's 841/71 857Burlington, VTul 61242 ch 64 42 sh Montgomeryina~i 75 45 pc 79 51 s
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goo cverduingthse ims. ajr eridsbegn nglwod j-- IChicago 59 44 c 66 43 pc New York City 68 51 pc 67 50 pc
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Feb. 1.24 2.12 2.52 11.05/1983 Apalachicola 65 53 r 76 55 pc Key West 85 77 pc 85 76 t Pompano Beach 86 75 pc 87 70 t Buenos Aires 70 57 pc 68 54 pc Regina 51 28 pc 46 29 c
ar. 5.100 19 3.06 28 9.26/1970 Bradenton 80 71 t 79 63 t Kissimmee 82 69 t 79 60 t St. Augustine 71 60 t 68 57 t Cairo 87 71 s 97 77 s Rio de Janeiro 82 71 pc 82 73 c
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Iran mother recalls act of mercy for son's killler
ROYAN, Iran (AP) to praise her and her would die," she said. minute. But a series of
Her sonds killer stood on husband Families of murder photos by an Iranian
a chair on the gallows, Alinejad told The victims in Iran and some photographer for the
his hands shackled, the Associated Press during other Muslim countries ISNA news agency at the q
noose around his neck. a visit to her home that are often faced with the gallows in the nearby
Hundreds crowded retribution had been final word choice over town of Nour on April 15
outside the jailhouse in her only thought ever whether convicted killers offered a dramatic
a northern Iranian town since her 17-year-old son live or die. The Islamic window into what would
to see if the mother, Abdollah was killed sev- law concept of "qisas" have been Gheisari's last
Samereh Alinejad, would en years ago in a street -an "an eye for an eye" moments.
exercise her right to kick brawl when Gheisari's provision -gives them Abdolghani
the chair out from under knife sliced through his the chance to oversee the Hosseinzadeh, the
him to let him hang. neck. killer's execution. murdered teen's father,
But after seven years "My world collapsed They also have the was something of a local
of dreaming of revenge the day I heard about my option to have mercy celebrity as a well-known
-up to the last moment son's death," she said, often in return for blood former soccer player who AP PHOTO
she held the killer's life dressed in black with money payments of now coaches childrenIntipcursaknoMndyIainwmn meh
in her hands -Alinejad a black scarf covering $35,000 or more. Forgoing in the game. Both his Inti lftre an her husbnday Irdlaini woaenameeh ws
pardoned Bilal Gheisari. her hair. "If I pardoned qisas is seen as an act of son and his son's killer, -lnjd --- A_- her AdlhnHos Inzde -ws

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Friday, May 2, 2014 @SunCoastSports.- Sports Editor: Mark Lawrence
Crabs capitalize on Winston incident
Team makes game's theme 'Claw and Order' HAMMERHEADS
By JOSH VITALE the law, the Stone Crabs and they also raffled off a A TN RB
SPORTS WRITER dubbed Thursday's lineup card signed by the WHO: Jupiter (12-15)
PORT CHARLOTTE game against the Jupiter entire team. at Charlotte (13-14)
-WenFlria tae Hammerheads "Claw and General manager Jared WHEN: Today, 6:30 p.m.
--WenFloid Stte Order" night. Forma said the team WHERE: Charlotte Sports Park
quarterback Jameis The Stone Crabs will raised close to $300 in PROBABLE PITCHERS:
Winston was accused donate $1 of every ticket total during the Stone Scott yman (2-1, 0.56)
, of shoplifting crab legs sold between Wednesday Crabs' walk-off 6-5 win. vs. Reinald0 Lpez (2-1, 4.15)
t foma TllhaseePubix afternoon and Thursday "That's what minor RADIO: 91.7 FM,
late Tuesday night, the night approximately legebsbl s ut
Charlotte Stone Crabs 250 of the 1,582 fans in findigu basealle i; justON uerHr Ngt
saw an opportunity. attendance to a charityfidnistcelkePOTINSurHroig,
They......... pike...s m e ic..he that, running with it and Friday Happy Hour
~~~~instant kdnternet fame hafPulXa"Msighieeshy just being ridiculous with
SU .HOOBYJNNFR.RN with a timely tweet on Fund" donations bucket itMareting sad.ager I NSID E
SNPOOBJENFRBUOWednesday afternoon in the concourse at werely eog hd toSoe"Wewnowl-f
Charlotte's Tyler Goeddel connects during the Stone Crabs' 6-5 and, in honor of Winston's Charlotte Sports Park that weelcyeog oSerrorb AGE 3 nwl-
victory against Jupiter on Thursday at Charlotte Sports Park. crab-related run-in with raised another $25-$50, CRABS 13
0 MLB: 0 PREP BASEBALL: Estero 6, Port Charlotte 3
Tampa Bay 2-6,
Boston 1-5
WHO: Tampa Bay (13-6)
at New York (15-12)
WHEN: Today, 7:10 p.m.
WHERE: Yankee Stadium,
New York
David Price (3-2, 4.75)
vs. Vidal Nuno (0-0, 6.59)
TV: Sun Sports, MLBN
RADIO: 620 AM, 1220 AM,
1480 AM, 1530 AM, 1580 AM
sweep J...
Escobar homered off
Boston closer Koji Uehara
leading off the ninth
inning to propel Tampa
Bay to a 6-5 win and a
day-night doubleheader
sweep of the Red Sox on
T h u r s d a y n ig h t .S U P H T B Y K H E I E G D N
Escobar crushed theSUPHTBYKHEIEGDN
second pitch from Uehara Port Charlotte High School shortstop Brandt Little sprints toward a ground ball during Thursday's Region 6A-3 quarterfinal against Estero. The Wildcats beat the
(0-l1) over the Green Pirates 6-3.
Monster in left field for
his second homer of the
recorded the final three
outs for his second save
of the day and sixth of the
Sean Rodriguez andJutotfrec

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The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014 SID Page 3
jump on it first." for Josh Vitale's Crab Cakes, and
The Stone Crabs' front follow him on Twitter:A sigada buc
office became aware of @JoshVitale for the latest
the situation when the Stone Crabs news.
neso~ntnstaSgression first broke on R gn tosb tlfs
Wednesday. That after- ideas of there own, they
noo, aretng ssstntcame up with "Claw and Crabs past Jupiter
MarkSerrtor tweted Order."
Mar Seratre weeed They contacted a local By JOSH VITALE
from the Stone Crabs' Publix store about their SPORTS WRITER
offcia Twttr acout, idea to donate $1 to char- PORT CHARLOTTE Leonardo
@OStoneCrabs, saying,
"We'd like to invite Jameis ities of the store's choice, Reginatto's bat played the hero
Winson o agam at and Hegley said the store for the Charlotte Stone Crabs on
Winson o agam at manager "thought the Thursday. Twice.
Chrltt Sors ar. idea was pretty funny" The first time came when the
kno hes abigcra fa."and was on board with it. shortstop looped a single into
The byStinetwsce Publix regularly donates right-center field, moving the
up b Sprtig Nws, to Food for All, March of game-winning run to third base
and it had nearly 2,000 Dimes, Children's Miracle in a tie game in the bottom of the pl
retweets as of Thursday Network, United Way and ninth inning. The second time
night. the Special Olympics. came on the same play, when
"It wasfjust itoalmost too Hegley said the team the throw home from Jupiter
perfectreceived mostly positive Hammerheads right fielder Ross .
Serratore said. "He stole feedback about the Wilson bounced off of Reginatto's
crab legs; we are the promotion. bat near home plate and over the
Stone Crabs, and he's in "In the minor leagues head of catcher Austin Barnes.
Florida. It was just the you see wacky promotions The errant throw and fortunate
perfect storm." and marketing techniques, bounce allowed Stone Crabs left
The Stone Crabs and for the Stone Crabs to fielder Josh Sale to score from -----
decided to put together a try to get their name out third, giving Charlotte a walk-off ..............
theme night to capitalize there and get some more 6-5 win over Jupiter in front of
on the incident, as well. exposure, I think it's great." 1,582 at Charlotte Sports Park.
After receiving responses Stone Crabs manager Jared "That's the first time I saw that
on Twitter like "Free Sandberg said. 'And being happen," Reginatto said of the
Seafood University" and able to donate money to unusual ending to the game. "Very
"He fought the claw, charity is even better." glad it happened with us."
and the claw won," and Contact Josh Vitale at 941-206-122 "1 don't know if I've ever seen a
throwing around some orjivtale@sun-hrlxm play like that," Stone Crabs manag-
er Jared Sandberg said. "It's prettySUPHTBYJNIEBRO
..... ~~~~~~crazy."SUPHTBYJNIEBRO
"That's the first time in my life Charlotte's Kes Carter watches the flight of his home run during Thursday's game
I've ever seen that happen," Sale against Jupiter at Charlotte Sports Park.
said. "It was unorthodox and rare
to see, I'm sure." still got his chance to get home "I've seen the majority of this
If you ask Sale, though, he'll tell safe. His game-winning run ended group play for the last couple of
youthebouce ff egiatt's at a back-and-forth affair in the first years, and there's a lot of fight, a lot
shoudn' hae afeced he ut- of a three-game series between the of competition; they never really
....come of the game. The left fielder two teams. give up or give in," Sandberg said.
--who reached base on an infield Charlotte took a 1- 0 lead in the "They're resilient. It kind of showed
singe an advnce to econ on first inning on third baseman Tylertoy.
first baseman Jonathan Quinonez's GedlsBIouebtuper Before Thursday's game,
sacrifice bunt hesitated at came back to take a 2-1 lead with SadegsithSonCrb
"second before advancing to third two runs in the third. Right fielder
"' on R eg nat o's hit w a tin to see K es C arter's tw o-run h om e run in w ere gainin g th e confi den ce th ey
wheter r nt te bll ould drop the fifth gave the Stone Crabs a 3-2 neecmee~tbleehslvl"htfete a
whether. be or n oting, al lead, but three runs over the next co p t at hi le l. Af r a
beforerunnig. 4- roadtrip nd a al-f wi
~~~~~~~Sale said that was a mis- two put the Hammerheads up two 42ra rpadawl-f i
take, though. He knew the and ended starter Roberto Gomez's Tusa ihh ih ergt
Hammerheads' outfielders were night after giving up five runs on "You can see it in the energy we
playing in, so he said he should nine hits over six innings. have when we warm up, you can
/ have known they weren't in a But the Stone Crabs fought back see it when we play," Sale said.
position to catch the ball on the fly. with an RBI triple from Goeddel "With all the talent that we have,
........""I should be able to take one and RBI single from designated once we get on a roll it's going to be
@.peek, know where they're at and be hitter Maxx Tissenbaum in the a fun time for everybody."
...home safe, no problem," Sale said. bottom half of the sixth, setting up (ontoaosh Vitaleat 941-206-1122orjvitale@
Luckily for the Stone Crabs, Sale Reginatto's heroics in the ninth.
When Florida State's Jameis Winston walked out of a Publix ..
without paying for $32 worth of crab legs and crawfish, the A
Charlotte Stone Crabs saw a golden opportunity.
STONE CRABS 6, HAMMERHEADS 5 Quinonez's sacrifice bunt, moved to
HITTR OFTHE AME third on shortstop Leonardo Reginatt0's
Tyle Goedel Stoe Cabs:The single and scored the winning run
third baseman had a big night at the on Hammerheads right fielder Ross "
plate on Thursday, going 3 for 4 with Wilson's throwing error. ..
two doubles, a triple, two RBIs and two QUOTE OF THE GAME. .........
runs scored. "In that situation, I was trying to
PITCHE OF TH GAME find a good pitch to hit. I was happy t
Jose Alberto Molina, Stone find one. I was trying to be aggressive,
Crabs: The reliever provided Charlotte but at the same time look for a good
with three crucial innings to end the pitch, and I got a little bit lucky when
game, giving up just two hits and a the outfielder threw the ball. I thought A PH T First Game RY2,EDSX1Second GameS6 E O
wakwilkepig~pierffhe it was a good throw, but it hit the bat TmaByRsstte hiArerptesntefitinng Tampa Bay AB R H BI BBSO Avg. Tampa Bay AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
scrboralk whie keepin Jupite 0ver the cah r n~ ov the s a ter hurids duch erDthesadte fgirst th e Dnnigsf 4 10 1.7 aJyep-f 2 00 0.0

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A East Division Eighth powers Reds past Brewers
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
NewYork 15 12 .556 5-5 L-2 8-6 7-6 .iOrioles 5, Pirates 1: In
Baltimore 13 12 .520 1 5-5 W-1 6-6 7-6 M ri ssw eep
Toronto 13 15 .464 22 162 3-7 W-1 5-7 8-8 Baltimore, Steve Pearce had three
Boston 13 16 .448 3 2 4-6 L-2 6-10 7-6 /: hits and two RBIs in his return to
RAYS 13 16 .448 C3trlv2io 4-6 W-2 7-7 6-9 :Atlanta, Seattle teroeikakksoee
Central Division the Orioles, Nick Markakis homered
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away topsY nkees andNo.9hitterRyanFlahertydrove
Detroit 14 9 .609 7-3 W-2 9-5 5-4 ,in tWOruUs the Orioles. Pedro
Kansas City 14 13 .519 2 5-5 L-1 8-4 6-9
Chicago 14 15 .483 3 1 5-5 L-2 9-7 5-8 BY THE ASSOCIATED PREss Alvarez had two hits and an RBI for
Minnesota 12 13 .480 3 1 4-6 L-2 6-7 6-6 the Pirates, who stranded 13 and
Cleveland 11 17 .393 512 31/2 3-7 L-6 7-6 4-11CIN TI-
West Division CINCINNATI went I for 14 with runners in scoring
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Brayan Pena's second position. Pittsburgh has lost 14 of 18
Oakland 18 10 .643 5- W-3 6-6 12-4 career pinch-homer after a 6-3 start.
Texas 15 13 .536 3 4-6 L-4 9-7 6-6
LosAngeles 14 13 .519 31/2 6-4 W-3 6-6 8-7 started Cincinnati's big
Seattle 12 14 .462 5 1/2 5-5 W-3 5-6 7-8 eighth-inning rally and Mariners 4, Yankees 2:
Houston 9 19 .321 N A 52 4-6 L-2 5-11 4-8 In NewYork, Robinson Cano doubled
East Division Milwaukee 8-3 Thursday AP PHOTO and drove in two runs,and Roenis
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away night. Elias struck out10 in seven innings
Atlanta 1 7 0 .630 5-5 L-3 9-3 8-7fo S e tl .M c a l au d r h d
NewYork 15 11 577 11/2 -I 7-3 W-2 8g 7-3 The Reds hit three Pittsburgh left fielder Starling Marte reaches unsuccessfully for Seattle. Michael Saunders had
Washington 16 12 .571 1/2 6-4 W-2 9- 7-4 homers in all as they for a ball off the bat of Baltimore's Steve Clevenger's during the three hits, including an RBI double,
MARLINS 14 14 .500 31/2 2 6-4 W-3 12-4 2-10tohlteMairswnbhgms
Philadelphia 13 13 .500 3V2 2 6-4 L-1 4-4 9-7 pulled within 61/2 games first game of a doubleheader Thursday in Baltimore. to help the Mariners win both games
WCetraDivision of the NL Central leaders. for a two-run homer. for the team since the Marlins won ar id sahnot rt urn thaork
Milwaukee 20 9 .690 6-4 L-2 9-6 11-3 Tucker Barnhart led Cincinnati sent 1 I eight in a row from June 20 to July after signing a $240 million, 10-year
St. Louis 15 14 .517 5 1/2 4-6 W-1 7-5 8-9 off the fifth with his afterrsigningeap$240 million,10-yea
Cincinnati 13 15 .464 61/2 3 5-5 W-1 6-6 7-9 batters to the plate while 1,2009. contract with the Mariners during the
Pittsburgh 10 17 .370 9 51/2 2-8 L-2 6-8 4-9 first career homer. Todd scoring five times during offseason.
Chicago 9 17 .346 91/2 6 4-6 W-1 5-8 4-9 Frazier added a two-run the inning. Dodgers 9, Twins 4:
WestDivsion Ldrive in the sixth off In Minneapolis, Yasiel Puig tied a Blue Jays 7, Royals 3:
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Stir Home Away
San Francisco 17 11 .607 7-3 W-2 10-5 7-6 Marco Estrada, who gave Marlins 5, Braves 4: In career high with four hits and drove In Kansas City, Mo., Mark Buehrle
LosAngeles 16 12 571 1 5- W-2 6-9 10-3 up six hits and four walks Miami, Giancarlo Stanton and Casey in two runs and Dan Haren struck pitched into the seventh inning, Juan
Colorado 16 13 552 11/2 1/2 6-4 L-1 8-4 8-9 i n s x n i g .
San Diego 13 16 .448 4V2 32 4-6 L-2 7-6 6-10 in SiX inningS. McGehee hit consecutive run-scoring out seven in 6 2/ innings to help Los Francisco and Colby Rasmus each
Arizona 9 22 .290 91/2 81/2 4-6 W-1 3-15 6-7 Pena had homered singles off David Carpenter during a Angeles in Game I of a day-night went deep and Toronto avoided a
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE during a 9-4 loss to the two-run rally in the seventh inning doubleheader. series sweep. Francisco and Rasmus
Wednesday's results Wednesdays results Cubs on Wednesday that led Miami to a three-game Haren (4-0) gave up four runs each drove in a pair for Toronto, as did
Detroit 5, ChicagoWhite Sox 1 St. Louis 9, Milwaukee 3 night. He hit for Bailey sweep of the NL East leader. three earned and six hits Anthony Gose, who was recalled from
L.A. Angels 7, Cleveland 1 N.Y. Mets at Philadelphia, ppd., rain
Pittsburgh at Baltimore, ppd., rain Pittsburgh at Baltimore, ppd., rain with the score tied at 3 in Miami has won six consecutive with three walks and Juan Uribe also Triple-A Buffalo to start in place of
Seattle at NewYork, ppd., rain MARLINS 9, Atlanta 3 the eighth and connected home games for the first time at tied a career-high with four hits and injured Melky Cabrera. Buehrle (5-1)
RAYSat Boston,sppd, rain Ch cago Cubs 9, innesota 4 on the first pitch from Marlins Park, which opened in 2012. two RBIs for the Dodgers. Chris Perez worked 6 innings, allowing two
L.A. Dodgers 6, Minnesota 4 Washington 7, Houston 0 Jim Henderson (2- 1) It is the longest home winning streak pitched I innings for his first save. earned runs on seven hits.
Kansas City4,Toronto 2 Arizona 5, Colorado 4, 10 innings
Washington 7, Houston 0 San Francisco 3, San Diego 2
Thursday's results Thursday's results
RAYS 2, Boston 1,1st game L.A. Dodgers 9, Minnesota 4, 1 st game JS VHLUVHR
L.A. Dodgers 9, Minnesota 4, I st game Baltimore 5, Pittsburgh 1, I st game
Baltimore 5, Pittsburgh 1, 1 st game MARLINS 5, Atlanta 4
Seattle 4, N.Y.Yankees 2 Cincinnati 8, Milwaukee 3 MARLINS,BRAVES4 DODGERS 9, TWINS4 Leaders
L.A. Dodgers at Minnesota,2nd game, late L.A. Dodgers at Minnesota,2nd game, late Atlanta AB RH BI BBSO Avg. First Game For Wednesday's late linescores,
Pittsburgh at Baltimore,2nd game, late Pittsburgh at Baltimore,2nd game, late Heyward rf 5 1 1 0 0 1 .206 LosAngeles AB R H BI BBSO Avg. see5coreboard, Page5 ExdudesThursday'slategames
Toronto 7, Kansas City3 N.Y. Mets at Colorado, late B.Upton cf 4 1 1 3 1 1 .214 D.Gordon 2b 5 1 0 1 0 2 .326 AMERICAN LEAGUE
Today'sgames Today'sgames Freemanib 5 0 0 0 0 2 .305 Puigrf 4 0 4 2 1 0 .308 BATTING-AIRamirez, Chicago,.351;Vicie-
Chicago White Sox (Joh.Danks 2-1) at St. Louis (Wainwright 5-1) at Chicago Cubs IJ.UptonIf 4 0 1 0 0 0 .323 H.Ramirez ss 5 0 0 0 0 0 .262 do, Chicago,.348; MeCabrera,Toronto,.342;
Cleveland (Salazar 0-3),7:05 p.m. (T.Woodl-3),2:20p.m. Gattisc 3 1 2 1 1 0 .286 Ad.Gonzalezlb 2 2 1 0 3 0 .320 ORIOLES5, PIRATES1 Wieters, Baltimore, .338; RDavis, Detroit,
RAYS (Price 3-2) at N.Y. Yankees (Nuno Toronto (Morrow 1-2) at Pittsburgh (Cole Uggla 2b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .194 Kempdh 5 1 1 1 0 1 .224 FirstGame 333; Trout, Los Angeles, .321; Rios, Texas,
0-0), 7:05 p.m. 2-2),7:05p.m. CJohnson3b 3 0 3 0 1 0 .255 Ethiercf 4 2 2 0 1 1 .241 Pittsburgh AB RH BIBBSO Avg.321.
Toronto (Morrow 1-2)at Pittsburgh (Cole Washington (Strasburg 2-2) at Philadelphia 1-J.Schaferpr 0 0 0 0 0 0 .176 Uribe3b 5 2 4 2 0 1 .327 Tabatarf 5 1 1 0 0 0 .258 RUNS-Dozier, Minnesota, 25; Bautista,
2-2),7:05p.m. (CI.Lee 3-2),7:05 p.m. "Varvarop 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Olivoc 3 1 2 2 1 1 .667 1.Davisib 5 0 0 0 0 2 .179 Toronto,24;Donaldson,0akland,22;Pu-
Oakland (Straily 1-1) at Boston (Buchholz L.A. Dodgers (Beckett 0-0) atMARLINS Avilan p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- C.Crawford If 5 0 1 1 0 0 .195 .M c 3 0 2 0 11 .27 jols, Los Angeles, 21; Trout, Los Angeles,
1-2),7:10 p.m. (Koehler 2-2),7:10 p.m. Simmons ss 3 0 0 0 1 0 .280 Totals 38 9 15 9 6 6 P.Alcten 3b 5 0 3 1 0 0 .194 21; JAbreu, Chicago, 20; Eaton, Chicago, 20;
Baltimore (Jimenez 0-4) at Minnesota (No- Milwaukee (W.Peralta 3-1) at Cincinnati E.Santanap 3 1 1 0 0 1 .214 Minnesota AB RH BIBBSO Avg. varez 0 Mauer, Minnesota, 20.
lasco 2-2),8:10 p.m. (Leake2-2),7:10p.m. Thomasp 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- Dozier2b 5 0 2 2 0 0 .225 GSanch 4RBI-JAbreu, Chicago, 32; Colabello, Min-
Detroit(Porcello3-1)atKansasCity(Shields SanFrancisco(Lincecuml-1)atAtlanta(Mi- D.Carpenterp 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Mauerlb 3 1 1 0 1 0 .277 N.Walkero2b 2 0 0 0 1 0 .231 RB-ta, 27;NCruz,Baltimore, 25;Donald-
3-2),8:10p.m. nor0-0),7:35p.m. b-R.Penaph-3b 1 0 0 0 0 1 .227 Plouffe3b 3 1 0 0 1 1 .295 Martelf 3 0 2 0 1 0 .241 so a,23;ujLose,23;
Seattle (F.Hernandez 3-1) at Houston (Pea- N.Y. Mets (Wheeler 1-2) at Colorado (J.De La Totals 35 4 9 4 4 7 Kubel If 4 0 2 1 0 0 .298 T.Sanchez c 4 0 0 0 0 1 .276 Moss, Oakland, 21; Brantley, Cleveland, 20;
cock0-2),8:10 p.m. Rosa 2-3), 8:40 p.m. Miami AB R H BI BBSO Avg. Pintodh 4 0 0 0 0 1 .232 Mercer ss 3 0 0 0 0 0 .159 Lawrie,Toronto, 20.
Texas (Lewis 1-1) at L.A. Angels (H.Santiago Arizona (Arroyo 1-2) at San Diego (Cashner Yelich If 5 1 1 0 0 1 .288 K.Suzuki c 4 0 1 0 0 0 .299 a-Snider ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .224 HITS-MeCabrera, Toronto, 41; AIRamirez,
04),10:05 p.m. 2-3),10:10p.m. Dietrich2b 3 1 1 0 1 0 .265 Fuldrf 4 0 0 0 0 3 .273 Barmesss 0 0 0 0 0 0 .154 Chicago, 40;Rios, Texas, 35;Trout, LosAn-
Saturday'sgames Saturday's games Stantonrf 4 0 1 1 0 2 .268 A.Hickscf 2 1 0 0 1 2 .183 Totals 35 1 9 1 3 6 geles,35;Donaldson,0akland,34;Altuve,
RAYSatN.Y.Yankees,1:05p.m. St.LouisatChicagoCubs, 1:05p.m. *McGehee3b 4 0 2 2 0 1 .305 a-Herrmannph I 0 0 0 0 0 .150 Baltimore AB R H BIBBSO Avg. Houston, 32; Hosmer, Kansas City, 32;
Oakland atBoston, 1:35p.m. Toronto at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. Saltalamacchiac 4 1 1 0 0 0 .296 E.Escobarss 4 1 1 0 0 2 .333 J.Weeks2b 3 0 0 0 0 0 .273 HKendrick, Los Angeles, 32; Pedroia, Bos-
Baltimore at Minnesota,2:10 p.m. Washington at Philadelphia,7:05 p.m. G.Jones ib 3 1 2 1 1 0 .263 Totals 34 4 7 3 3 9 Schoop 2b 0 0 0 0 0 0 .241 ton,32; Zobrist,Tampa Bay,32.
SeattleatHouston,4:10p.m. L.A.DodgersatMARLINS,7:10p.m. Cishekp 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- LosAngeles 032000301-9153 N.Cruzlf 4 0 1 0 0 1 .283 DOUBLES-AGordon, Kansas City, 11;
Chicago White Sox at Cleveland, 6:05 p.m. Milwaukee at Cincinnati,7:10 p.m. Ozuna cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .298 Minnesota 200020000-4 70 Markakis rf 3 1 1 1 1 0 .301 Plouffe, Minnesota, ll;Viciedo, Chicago,I1;
Toronto at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. SanFranciscoatAtlanta,7:10p.m. Hechavarriass 3 0 1 1 1 0 .282 aconescf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .255
Detroit at Kansas City, 7:10 p.m. N.Y Mets at Colorado, 8:10 p.m. HAlvarez p 1 0 0 0 0 1 .250 aford (2) Oo (.Goron (3). L- D.Young ch 4 1 1 0 0 1 .317 City, 10; Loneyampa Bay, 10; 6 tied at 9.
Texas atL.A. Angels, 9:05 p.m. Arizona at San Diego, 8:40 p.m. M.Dunn p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Crawford (2), Olivo (1), D.Gordon (3). LOB- .ond 37 Ctl;oeTmaal;tea9
TeasatLA.ngl,905p~.ArzoaatSa Deo,:4 -m1" Clevenger c 3 2 1 0 1 0 .261 TRIPLES-1 2 tied at 2.
Sunday's games Sundays games a-RJohnson ph 1 1 1 0 0 0 .318 Los Angeles 9, Minnesota 6. 2B-Puig (5)' Hardyss 3 1 1 0 0 0 .246 HOME RUNS-JAbreu, Chicago, 10; Pujols,
ChicagoWhite Sox at Cleveland, 1:05 p.m. L.A.Dodgersat MARLINS, 1:10 p.m. A.Ramos p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Kemp (8), Uribe (9), EEscobar (3). RBs-D. Pearce b 4 0 3 2 0 1 .364 Los Angeles, 9; Bautista, Toronto, 8; NCruz,
RAYSatN.Y.Yankees, 1:05p.m. SanFranciscoatAtlanta, 1:35p.m. Lucasib 1 0 0 0 0 1 .400 Gordon (7), Puig 2 (17), Kemp (9), Uribe Flaherty3b 3 0 1 2 0 1 .194 Baltimore, 7;Donaldson, akland,7;Dozier,
Oakland at Boston, 1:35 p.m. Toronto at Pittsburgh, 1:35 p.m. Totals 33 5 10 5 3 6 2 (14), Olivo 2 (2), C.Crawford (5), Dozier2 Totals 31 5 9 5 2 5 Minnesota, 7;Lawrie, Toronto, 6;Trout, Los
Toronto at Pittsburgh, 1:35 p.m. WashingtonatPhiladelphia,3:05 p.m. Atlanta 003001000- 4 90 (11), Kubel (13). SB-D.Gordon (14), Pulg Pittsburgh 001000000- 1 92 Angeles,6.
Baltimore at Minnesota,2:10 p.m. Arizona at San Diego,4:10 p.m. Miami 110 100 20x- 5100 (2). SF-Olivo. Runners left in scoring po- Baltimore 000031 10x- 5 91 STOLEN BASES-Altuve, Houston, 9; An-
Detroit at Kansas City, 2:10 p.m. Milwaukee at Cincinnati,4:10 p.m. a-singled for M.Dunn in the 7th. b-struck sition-Los Angeles 4 (Kemp, H.Ramirez drugs, Texas, 9; RDavis, Detroit, 8; Ellsbury,
Seattleat Houston, 2:10 p.m. N.Y Mets at Colorado,4:10 p.m. out for D.Carpenter in the 8th. 1-ran for C. 2, D.Gordon); Minnesota 3 (K.Suzuki, Fuld a-groundedoutforMercerinthe8th.E-N. w York, 8; LMartin, Texas, 8; Crisp, Oak-
Texas at L.A.Angels,3:35 p.m. St. Louisat Chicago Cubs,8:05 p.m. Johnson in the 8th. LOB-Atlanta Miami 2). RISP-Los Angeles 5 for 12; Minneso- Walker (1), RAvarez (5), O'Day (1). LOB- land, 7;Gardner, NewYork, 7.
8. 2B-J.Upton (4), McGehee (7). HR-B. ta 2 for 7. GIDP-D.Gordon, C.Crawford. Pittsburgh 13, Baltimore 6. 2B-Clevenger PITCHING-Buehrle, Toronto, 5-1; Kazmir,
: Upton (2), off H.Alvarez; Gattis (7), off H.AI- DP-Los Angeles 1 (H.Ramirez, D.Gordon); (4). 3B-Tabata (1). HR-Markakis (1), off Oakland, 4-0; MPerez,Texas,4-1; Gray, Oak-
varez; G.Jones (5), off E.Santana. RBIs-B. Minnesota 3 (A.Hicks, Mauer), (E.Escobar, J.Gomez.RBIs-P.Alvarez(15),Markakis(9)' land, 4-1; Lackey, Boston, 4-2; CWilson, Los
H MLB NOTE BOO K Upton 3 (5), Gattis (14), Stanton (32), Mc- Mauer), (E.Escobar, Dozier, Mauer). Pearce 2 (2), Flaherty 2 (5). SB-Marte 2 (9). Angeles,4-2; 17 tied at 3.
Gehee 2 (18), GJones (14), Hechavarria (8). LosAngeles IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA CS-N.Cruz (1). S-J.Weeks, Hardy. Run- ERA-Ventura, KansasCity, 1.50; Gray, Oak-
SB-B.Upton (5), J.Schafer (3). S-H.Alva- HarenW,4-0 62/3 6 4 3 3 7103 2.39 ners left in scoring position-Pittsburgh land, 1.76; JChavez, Oakland, 1.89; Shields,
T w o t a: rez. Runners left in scoring position- Howell 2/3 1 0 0 0 0 14 2.38 9 (G.Sanchez 4, Mercer 2, N.Walker, Snider KansasCity,2.03; Scherzer, Detroit,2.08;Ka-
Atlanta 5 (Simmons, J.Upton, E.Santana, C.PerezS,1-1 12/3 0 0 0 0 2 22 1.35 2); Baltimore 4 (Hardy, AJones2,J.Weeks). zmir, Oakland,2.11; Buehrle, Toronto,2.25.
R.Pena 2); Miami 4 (Saltalamacchia, Yelich, Minnesota IP HR ER BBSO NP ERA RISP-Pittsburgh I for 14; Baltimore3for 8. STRIKEOUTS-Scherzer, Detroit, 51; Price,
McGehee, GJones). RISP-Atlanta 1 for8; Pelfrey L, 0-3 4 7 5 5 3 2 85 7.99 Runnersmovedup-T.Sanchez.GIDP-J. Tampa Bay, 47; FHernandez, Seattle, 47;
Miami 2 for 11.GIDP-Simmons. DP-Mi- Deduno 4 7 3 3 2 4 62 2.89 Weeks. DP-Pittsburgh 1 (Morton, Mercer, Tanaka, New York, 46; Lester, Boston, 43;
Ie dd amil (McGehee, Dietrich, GJones). Burton 111 1 1 0 99.00 I.Davis); Baltimore 1 (Hardy, Pearce, Fla- Sabathia, New York, 41; CWilson, Los An-
Atlanta IP H R ER BBSO NP ERA Inherited runners-scored-Howell 1-0, herty). geles, 41; Shields, Kansas City, 41; JChavez,
E.Santana 6 5 3 3 3 5 92 2.41 C.Perez 2-0. WP-C.Perez. Umpires- Pittsburgh IP H R ER BBSO NP ERA Oakland,41.
ThomasL,1-1 H 2 2 2 0 0 15 4.50 Home, Adrian Johnson; First, Tom Wo- MortonL,0-451/3 7 4 2 2 4 98 4.21 SAVES-Axford, Cleveland, 8; Holland,
Crpnter BS, 1-2 2 0 0 0 0 15 2.45 odring; Second, Tim Welke; Third, Chris J.Gomez 22/3 2 1 1 0 1 36 4.96 Kansas City, 7; TomHunter, Baltimore, 7;
: Varvaro 31 1 0 0 0 1 9 3.38 Segal.T-3:01.A-23,306(39,021). Baltimore IP H R ER BBSO NP ERA Uehara, Boston, 6; Balfour, Tampa Bay, 6;
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS games each following positive tests Avilan b 0 0 0 0 0 2 7.04 B.NorrisW,2-251/3 7 1 1 1 3105 3.94 BalfourTampaBay,6;Perkins, Minnesota,6;
under baseball's minor league drug Miami IP HR ER BBSO NP ERA REDS 8, BREWERS 3 R.Webb H,3 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 4.50 Soria,Texas,6; Rodney, Seattle,6.
NEWYORK-Two H.Alvarez 6 8 4 4 2 4 89 3.28 Milwaukee AB RH BIBBSO Avg. Z.Britton H,4 1 0 0 0 1 1 17 1.10
leaders of Major League program. Both players tested positive M.DunnW,3-3 1 0 0 0 0 2 10 6.17 C.Gomez cf 3 0 1 2 1 0 .294 O'Day 2/3 1 0 0 0 0 11 0.96 NATIONAL LEAGUE
formetabolitesofStanozolol,the A.RamosH,4 3 1 0 0 1 0 160.75 Gennett2b 4 0 1 0 0 0 .300 Matusz 2/3 1 0 0 1 1 185.00 BATTING-Blackmon, Colorado, .374; Tu-
Baseball's investigations commissioner'sofficesaid. CishekS,6-7 1% 0 0 0 1 1 20 1.80 Lucroyc 4 0 1 0 0 0 .293 HunterS,7-8 1/3 0 0 0 0 1 6 3.00 lowitzki, Colorado,.364; Utley, Philadelphia,
unit are among five em- : Inherited runners-scored-D.Carpenter Ar.Ramirez3b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .265 Inherited runners-scored-J.Gomez 2-0, .355; YMolina, St. Louis, .350; Morneau,
Monilla,22, had been in the 2-2, Avilan 1-0, Cishek2-0.WP-E.Santana, Overbay lb 4 0 0 0 0 1 .255 R.Webb 2-0, O'Day 1-0, Tom.Hunter 2-0. Colorado, .343; Pagan, San Francisco, .340;
Colorado farm system and Quezada, 25 A.Ramos. Umpires-Home, Fieldin Cul- K.Davislf 4 1 1 0 0 1 .238 IBB-off Morton (Markakis). HBP-by Bonifacio,Chicago,.337.
last year's drug inquiry breth; First, Jim Reynolds; Second, Manny Reynoldsrf 4 0 1 0 0 1 .225 Z.Britton(A.McCutchen),byB.Norris(G.San- RUNS-Tulowitzki, Colorado, 24; Black-
that led to suspensions of in the Houston system. The suspension Gonzalez; Third, Sean Barber. T-2:54. Segura ss 4 1 2 1 0 1 .255 chez, N.Walker).WP-B.Norris. Umpires- mon, Colorado, 23; MCarpenter, St. Louis,
0 f each right-hander will start when he :A-17,836 (37,442). Estrada p 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Home, Pat Hoberg; First, Jeff Gosney; Sec- 21; Gold schmidt, Arizona, 21; AdGonzalez,
14paer.. -b-R.Weeksph 1 1 1 0 0 0 .212 ond, Eric Cooper; Third, Chris Guccione. Los Angeles, 20; EYoung, New York, 20;
Dan Mullin, the senior sgswtabileueoanztn.MARINERS 4,YANKEES 2 Kintzler p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- T-3:08.A-0(45,971). Bruce, Cincinnati, 19; CGomez, Milwaukee,
vicepreidet o ines- Twenty-five players have been Seattle AB R H BIBBSO Avg. Henderson p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---m, 919; Rendon, Washington, 19; Stanton, Mi-
cegtpi ent f n e s- suspended this year under the minor M.Saunderscf-rf 4 0 3 1 0 1 23 Nootnp 33 3 8 3 1 5 TorontBLUEJAYS7RRHY1LBSSO Avg I--tanton, Miami, 32; AdGonzalez, Los
H a n t e s n o i e t r leag ue d ru prog r a Un d ri h aI A l m n te cf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0 incinnati A B R H BIBBSO Av5 R ys s 5 0 0 0 0 0 e10 i k ,ls d,2 ;Morse S nd an Tulo 0
ofivsiainae. :Hartdh 4 0 0 0 0 1 .228 a-Heiseyph-cf 4 1 2 0 1 2 .277 Ratsaf 401 22 weo, Washingto, 2Ar i ez Mil-
aonegt o s eartig performaince-enhancing drugs testing Seagerb 4 0 0 0 0 0 .20 Vtob 3 0 0 0 20 rs8 Enanconlb 4 0 0 2 0 .22 HTSeeGlo domit Ariznaal40; Black-
They were hired in 2008 smles Il1ected after Arill. Ackleylf 3 1 1 0 1 1 259 Brucerf 2 2 1 0 3 0 .226 Naaoc 31 0 0 1 0 01 m48 Ron,oloadhon,3; rie,oAo,36
fo allow in g th e recom m en sa p scupn ineo s 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 azirc f 4 0 2 2 0 .5 Franciscodh 5 0 0 0 0 0 e d7 le W d a d m St. L L uis 35;LsGo ne
dation by former Sen. Minor league games Totals 34 4 8 4 1 8 Broxton p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Lawrmesb 4 1 2 0 1 120 Milwnaukeeloa,35 ~lS. Lus3;Mr
GeorgeMitchellthatMLB get television deal:Fifteen NewYork AB R H BIBBSO Avg. Cozartss 4 1 2 0 0 1 .194 Rasmsef 4 0 2 2 0 0 De3 ,OBLES-Godschmidt, Arizona, 12;
sata inetgtos MnrLauBaealgmswlai EIsbusrsycf 4 1 1 1 0 2 .3(9 Banhartc 4 1 1 1 0 0 .21 Totals 38 7 11 7 6 6 HRamirez, Los Angeles, 11; Utley, Phil-
unit. nationallyontheCBSSportsNetwork Beltranrf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .253 c-B.Penaph I 1 1 2 0 0 .319 KnansCty~ AB RH BIBBSO289 Milake,ll0;HRendrizoWashingtonurro
Also leaving the cablechannelthisseason.Thenetwork A.Sorianodh 4 1 1 0 0 1 .248 Bernadinalf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .160 Hosmerlb 4 0 1 0 0 0 .299 MaAdams, St. Louis, 9; AdGonzalez, LosAn-
D epartm ent of said it can change its schedule if a M ceancb 4 0 0 0 0 .2 Miwukee 010000200 -3 80 BuPerecd 4 0 2 2 0 1 23 A gs9 Itk,9C lrd ,9;Uie.o
Investigations are investi- majr league star is set to make a Solarte3b 3 0 1 0 0 1 .304 Cincinnati 000012 05x-8120 A.Gordonlf 4 0 1 0 0 0 .269 TRIPLES-Hechavarria, Miami, 3; Sim-
gaor~d o inuead ehb eaaneitamnrla e a-I.Suzukiph I 0 1 0 0 0 .372 a-struck out for B.Hamilton in the 1st. Valencia3b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .222 mons, Atlanta,3;13tiedat2.
gTo Re oi ez nd reaappeaa wthmnregu .Gardnerlf 3 0 0 0 1 2 .270 b-singledforEstradainthe7th.c-homered Maxwellrf 3 1 0 0 1 2 .167 HOME RUNS-AdGonzalez, Los Angeles,
T omas ely. affliate. The first game was bradcast :B.Roberts2b 3 0 0 0 0 2 .213 for Bailey in the 8th. LOB-Milwaukee A.Escobarss 4 0 1 0 0 0 .286 8;Stanton, Miami,8;JUpton, Atlanta,8;Belt,
The department's Thursday, when the Indianapolis :Totals 33 2 7 2 212 5, Cincinnati 12. 2B-C.Gomez (8), Votto Dysondc 3 0 0 0 0 0 .316 San Francisco,7; Gattis, Atlanta,7; CGomez,
initial focus concerned Indians, theTriple-A affiliateo0fthe New ork 1000 0 47 HR) t o srda; t.Pena (2) rHeanderszn Toonto 1002012030- 57111 ilCaurad7Tmo, Arzna7Tloiz
the use, possession and Pittsburgh Pirates, visit the Pawtucket a-singled for Solarte in the 9th. E-Cano RBIs-C.Gomez 2 (17), Segura (6), Frazier 3 Kansas City 011010 000- 3 71 STOLEN BASES-DGordon, Los Angeles,
distribution of perfor- Red Sox, Boston's top farm team. (3), Jeter (3). LOB-Seattle 4, New York 6. (15), Ludwick 2 (12), Barn hart (1), B.Pena 2 E-Bautista (2), Guthrie (1). LOB-Toronto 14;nEnou, Ne Yorki, 12Hion, Cin-evre
mance-enhancing drugs. ----M.Saunders (2),Cs-o(6)u HR-EIs (58-Heise(4),Frazier (3). S--nstr a, Kana 4it 5.2G os (0),R aosm1 P hiaelh, 0;ate, Pttsugh;9;Back
MLB said Thursday Around the league: Center Cano 2 (14), B.Miller (8), Esbury (12), Mc- ing position-Milwaukee 4 (Ar.Ramirez, cisco (3), off Guthrie; Rasmus (5), off Guth- PITCHINGreinke, Los Angeles, 5-0;
the department is now fielder Juan Lagares rejoined the New Cann (10). CS-M.Saunders (3), Ackley (1). C.Gomez 2, Gennett); Cincinnati 8 (Frazier, ie. RBIs-Encarnacion (16), Francisco 2 Wainwright, St. Louis, 5-1; Haren, Los An-
handling "wide-ranging York Mets in Denver after spending nn(eaerr noero i)nNpos Yok3 Sob 2.RSP-iawakey,2 kr5cnnati r SBRasmus2 (),BG Batsta(21). BRunnrs 10 glesCnit,4-;amIchinFacsco,4-;Limn,
areas" and "felt compelled two weeks on the disabled list with erts, Solarte, Gardner). RSP-Seattle 2 for 10. Runners moved up-Lucroy, Barn- in scoring position-Toronto 5 (Navarro,4-;Hamml,Chnnisco, Lyn;
to restructure in order to a strained right hamstring. The Mets : for 8; New York 1 for 4. GIDP-Beltran, hart. GIDP-Ar.Ramirez, Phillips. DP-Mil- 2, Reyes, Bautista, Rasmus); Kansas City 3 Lohse, Milwaukee, 4-1; Fernandez, Miami,
,McCann. DP-Seattle 2 (B.Miller, Seager, waukee 1 (Ar.Ramirez, Gennett, Overbay); (Dyson, S.Perez, A.Escobar). RISP-Toron- 4-1.
increase the effectiveness ptined outfielder Kirk Nieuwenhuis Smoak),(Seager, Cano, Smoak); NewYork 1 Cincinnati 1 (Bailey, Phillips, Votto). to 2 for 10; Kansas City 1 for 6. Runners ERA-Cueto, Cincinnati, 1.15; Wainwright,
and efficiency of its inves- to Triple-A Las Vegas. ...: (McCann, McCann, B.Roberts). Milwaukee IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA moved up-Thole, Francisco, Valencia. St. Louis, 1.20; Teheran, Atlanta, 1.47; Fer-
tigative capabilities." Kansas City expects to place left- ElasW2-2 IP HR ER BB2 11 OA Knzer 6 6 0 0 4 69 o. B eoW,5-1 61P HR ER BBSO9 2A a.60 |alao, Milwauee,m .Samardzja
The departures were hander Bruce Chen on the disabled list Medina H,5 1 0 0 0 0 1 10 2.92 Henderson L,2-lb 4 5 5 1 1 18 7.15 LoupS, 1-2 2% 0 0 0 0 1 22 3.38 Chicago,1l.98.
first reported by The New with aswollen disc in his back that has RodneyS5,6-7 1 1 0 0 0 1 18 3.48 Wooten M 1 0 0 1 0 19 7.71 Kansas City IP HR ERBBSO NP ERA STRIKEOUTS-Fernandez, Miami, 55;
NewYork IP HR RER BBSO NP ERA Cincinnati IP HR RER BBSO NP ERA GuthrieL,2-2 6 8 4 4 2 4109 4.50 Strasburg, Washington, 53; Cueto, Cincin-
York Times. already caused the club tjuggle its Kuroda L,2-3 6 7 4 3 1 7 94 5.14 BaileyW,2-2 8 8 3 3 1 4108 5.50 Mariot 1 2 3 3 2 0 24 5.19 nati,50; Greinke, Los Angeles,46;Wacha, St.
startingr10tati0n. Chen was supposed Thornton 1/3 10 0 0 0 5 1.69 Broxton 10 0 0 0 1 7 0.00 Coleman 2 10 0 2 2 34 5.40 Louis, 44; Wainwright, St. Louis, 42; CILee,
Warren 12/3 0 0 0 0 1 22 1.72 Inherited runners-scored-Wooten 3-3. Mariot pitched to 4 batters in the 8th. In- Philadelphia, 40; Lohse, Milwaukee, 40;
Pair of free-agent to throw aside sessin Thursday, but Kelley I 0 0 0 0 0 10 2.19 IBB-off Henderson (Bruce), off Kintzler herited runners-scored-Coleman 3-2. Lynn, St.Louis,40.
pitchers suspended: manager Ned Yost said the 37-year-old :Inherited runners-scored-Warren 1-0. (Bruce). HBP-by Wooten (Cozart). Um- WP-Guthrie. Umpires-Home, John SAVES-FRodriguez, Milwaukee, 13;
Free-agent pitchers Manuel Montilla left-hander was in pain even before he ]Umpires-Home, Bill Miller; First, Vic Car- pires-Home, Mike Estabrook; First, Jerry Tumpane; First, Bob Davidson; Second, Street, San Diego, 10; Jansen, Los Angeles,
9 9P :apazza; Second, Adam Hamari; Third, Greg Layne; Second, Mike DiMuro; Third, Hunter James Hoye; Third, Mark Wegner. T-2:35. 10; Hawkins, Colorado, 9; Kimbrel, Atlanta,
and Euris Quezada were suspended 50 made it to the mound. ?Gibson.T-2:47. A-43,121 (49,642). Wendelstedt.T-2:52. A-16,779 (42,319). A-ll1,207 (37,903). 8; Papelbon, Philadelphia, 8.

The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014 SID Page 5
Placers, Oklahoma City force Game 7s
Co m m ittee o f minutes remaining, series. from a star of that team and T-shirts Cunningham, Bob Mcdoo, Phil
cheered on by a raucous Russell Westbrook added 25 for their fans. Then the Rockets rallied PI.AYOFF GLANCE Martelli and former referee Bob
ow ners m eet to crowd. points for the Thunder, who haven't for a 108-98 victory, to force a Game Thursday's results Delaney were among those attending
dic s t ri g But, for the fourth time been eliminated in the first round of 6 in Portland tonight. The Rockets Indiana 95, Atlanta 88 from the basketball world, along
dic ssS eri g in the series, the road the playoffs since 2010. They took trail the series 3-2. Oklahoma City 104, Memphis 84 with former coach Jim O'Brien,
procedures team won. control early with Durant scoring 14 L.A. Clippers at Golden State, Ramsay's son-in-law.
West seemed to make points in the first quarter, led by 15 Owners meet, discuss late
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS every big play down at halftime and never let Memphis Sterling: NBA owners seem as TdysgmsAon h ege h
ATLANTA David the stretch, scoring get closer in the second half in the committed as Commissioner Adam Toro aoyn, 7gam WahngonWid s theeague tht
West led Indiana on four straight points and first game in the series ended in Silver to ending Donald Sterling's ootSan Antonio olnat Dallas, 8mp.m. the ng~NBA has iadinvestigatedea person
a 16-4 run to end the forcing a huge turnover regulation since the opener. ownership of the Los Angeles Houston at Portland, 10:30 p.m. who made threats to the team
to begin the turnaround. Durant also had 10 rebounds and Clippers. The league's advisory/ on Twitter during its first-round
game, extending the West hit two more bas- made 14 of 15 free throws. finance committee held its first series againthehiaouls
seaon ortheto -sed- kets in the final minute meigaotSrlnonTusy, resembled his life both were full. Center Marcin Gortat said Thursday
ed Pacers with a 95-88 to wrap things up, Rockets force Game two days after Silver said he would With friends and family simultane- after practice that there was "one
victory against Atlanta on finishing with 24 points. 6: Houston reached back into its urge owners to force a sale of the ously mourning and celebrating his gentleman who really threatened us,
Thursday night. Game 7 is Saturday in history to stave off elimination in its team. The 10-member committee life, the Basketball Hall of Famer and actually made some terrorist threats
Trailing 3-2 after losing Indianapolis. first-round playoff series against the held a conference call to discuss "the NBA championship-winning coach to us" including about putting a
at home for the second Portland on Wednesday. process for termination of Donald was remembered at his funeral Mass bomb on the team plane ....
time in the best-of- Thunder 104, Grizzlies Houston earned the nickname T. Sterling's ownership of the Los on Thursday as someone endlessly Police say the home of Oklahoma
seven series, Indiana 84: Kevin Durant scored 36 points "Clutch City" back in the mid-1990s Angeles Clippers," NBA executive devoted to his family, fitness and City guard Andre Roberson was
was poised for an early to break out of a slump, and the when the team won back-to-back vice president Mike Bass said in a fih hi asydlvrdhsbrlrzdwieh a tpatc
summer when the Hawks Oklahoma City routed Memphis to NBA championships. The Rockets sttmn.father's eulogy, calling him'"a on April 21. According to the police
pushed out to an 84-79 force a deciding seventh game in brought the moniker back for Game Ramsay's life cele- basketball genius,:" report, an Xbox worth $400 and a
lead with just over 3 the first-round Western Conference 5 against the Blazers with a pep talk brated: Jack Ramsay's trophy case Pat Riley, Erik Spoelstra, Billy backpack worth $50 were stolen.
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ship at Laguna National, second round, at Sa: GodnS.18;LA lpes9 Svetlana Kuznetsova (7), Russia, def. Eug- Lo neevs nhi Nik Richie, ownerAm rs'fn:aroAboe
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:Page 6 SP The Sun /Friday, May 2, 2014
Hoppertunity L*ittle horse has b*ig heart
out with injury Vicar's in Trouble
Untapable is KENTUCKY DERBY eyes Derby history......
earl fav o rite WHAT: 140th Run for the Roses LEXNG O N CEALEA E
(Grade I stakes)LEIGOHRADEDR
for Oaks race WHO: 3-year-01ds LOUISVILLE, Ky.-This
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WHEN: Saturday, 6:24 p.m. Kentucky Derby could be the story
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Bob WHERE: Churchill Downs, of how a horse who could wina
Baffrt s dwn t on LoisvileKy.very big race comes in a very small
Bafr sdw ooepackage. ....... ...
horse for the Kentucky TV: NBC (4- 7 p.m.) So just how small is Vicar's in
Derby after early 6-1 sec- Trouble?No
ond choice Hoppertunity problems than a sore foot, "I would just say small for what ...........................
was scratched Thursday which will be soaked. you're expecting to see for a Derby....l.........................
because of a sore left In a bit of gallows horse," said trainer Mike Maker on.......t
front foot. humor, Baffert joked, "We Wednesday.i
The colt was to have missed a Hoppertunity." "..He's got a little tiny head," said ........................
been ridden Saturday by He said the colt could jockey Rosie Napravnik. "Maybe .......................................
Hall of Fame jockey Mike return in time for the that makes him look smaller."
Smith. Preakness on May 17. After all, to this point, the
"Bad news travels fast," Churchill Downs little Louisiana-bred, owned by r
Baffert said outside his oddsmaker Mike Battaglia Nicholasville, Ky.'s Ken and Sarah -AP PHOTO
barn, where onlookers revised the Derby morn- Ramsey, has sure run big, win-
gathered as word spread ing line odds, although ning the Lecomte Stakes and the Exercise rider Joel Barrientos takes Kentucky Derby entrant Vicar's in Trouble for a
around Churchill Downs. California Chrome Louisiana Derby. morning workout at Churchill Downs on Thursday in Louisville, Ky.
"The horse is OK. He's remained the favorite at In fact, Vicar's in Trouble entered
just not 100 percent and 5-2. Wednesday's Kentucky Derby to take it to the next level and he
it's too close to the race, draw No. 2 in the points standings really has." KE NT U CKY D E RBY FI EL D
so I pulled the plug." Untapable made early behind California Chrome. As the 5-2 favorite, he ran a Field for Saturdy's Kentucky erby, with post
Baffert first noticed favorite for Kentucky "He's got a great big stride," disappointing third behind Intense position, horses name, jockey's name and odds:
signs something wasn't Oaks: Untapable should feel right at Napravnik said. And he's extremely Holiday and Albano in the Risen
quite right on Wednesday, home when she takes to the track for well put together. If you look at any Star on Feb. 22 before bouncing 1. Vicar's in Trouble Rosie apravnik 20-1
when Hoppertunity took the $1 million Kentucky Oaks. of the photos of him, if you weren't back nicely in the Louisiana Derby- 2. Harry's Holiday Crey anerie 50-1
a few steps. The inside After all, she's undefeated in two standing near him, you'd think he Vicar's in Trouble won that 3. Uncle Sigh Irad rtiz Jr. 30-1
quarter of his left foot was previous races at Churchill Downs, and was as big as anybody else." March 29 Grade 11 by 32 lengths 4. Danza Joe Bravo 8-1
sore, so part of his shoe she's the early 4-5 favorite for today's Bred in Louisiana by Spendthrift over Intense Holiday and 5. California Chrome Victor Espinoza 5-2
was cut off. As the colt 140th running f the nation's richest Farm, the horse's size, or lack Commanding Curve, leading every 6. Samraat Jose rtiz 15-1
walked to warm up, he race for 3-year-01d fillies. Untapable thereof, drove his original purchase step of the way. 7. We Miss Artie Javier Cstellano 50-1
didn't appear bothered. has won both her starts this year by a price down to $8,000 as a yearling "He's a horse that's really done 8. General a Rod Jel Rosario 15-1
But Baffert decided to combined 171/ lengths. She'll take on at the 2012 Equine Sales Louisiana everything right from day one," 9. Vincerems Joe Rococo Jr. 30-1
scratch him anyway. 12 rivals in the 1/-mile race. September Sales. The Ramseys Napravnik said. "He's moved for- 10. Wildcat Red kuiz Saez 15-1
Hoppertunity will have a The filly will be ridden by Rslie bought the son of Into Mischief ward in all of his races. He stretched 11. Dance With Fate Crey Nakatani 20-1
full scan Thursday to elim- Napravnik, wh is seeking her secnd for $80,000 at the Fasig Tipton out from sprinting to going long 12. hitu Martin Gara 20-1
inate any other possible Oaks win. Midlantic 2-year-old sales last May. as well as any horse can. He's gone 13. Medal Count Rbby Albarad0 20-1
He's won three of five starts since. further and further in great order." 14. Tapiture Ricardo Santana Jr. 12-1
After breaking his maiden with a Maker has sent the horse to the 15. Intense Holiday John Velazquez 8-1
! 13-length win at Fair Grounds last track very early, too early for most 16. Commanding Curve S. Bridgmohan 50-1
December, the horse began turning observers, but claims Vicar is doing 17. Candy Boy Gary Stevens 15-1
heads in January by winning the well. 18. Ride On Curlin Calvin Borel 15-1
Lecomte by 63/ lengths. "He was a horse that after his 19. Wicked Strong Rajiv Maragh 6-1
"The way he rated off a horse races he would have some weight 20. Pable Del Monte Jeffrey Sanchez 50-1
Sand settled and did it very classy loss and so forth," said Maker, a
and drew off that was when, wow, former assistant to D. Wayne Lukas. the Kentucky Derby, however.
She's the real deal," Napravnik said. "After the Louisiana Derby and the Vicar's in Trouble would be just the
"Everybody had questions being ship up here, he really bounced tidLusaabe osati h
, ~~~~~~~~~a Louisiana-bred. What had he back and put on weight and really tidLusaabe osati h
Beaten in that maiden race? But looks well." race, the first since Zarb's Magic
-he showed that day he was ready A Louisiana-bred has never won finished 13th in 1996.
"I've seen that before
REGIONAL from coach (Frank Turco),,
he's not afraid to throw
FROM PAGE 1 a guy back in there,"
inning and 5-0 by the end Beisner said. "He kind
of the third. of had too, I thought he
The biggest blow during made a mistake when he
that stretch came on a took him out."
play that initially looked With the win, Estero
like a break for the Pirates. advanced to playVenice
After LePoint walked Ryan after the Indians beat
Keegan, Estero's Terrell Naples 1 -0 on Thursday.
: ........ : ....Chapman inexplicably With the loss, Port
satdtcredonteCharlotte will soon turn
third bas fin toward its attention to next sea-
hometplate.eBut Port~rd ,, son, where it will return
SUN~ CharOT YJNNFRBRN elotte the Gray .. ..................... all but four players.
....... FIEP O OB E NI E R N el o et r wt eb l "W e've got all of our
North Port High School's Ibsen Martial competes in the long into the outfield trying toarscmnbckbsi
jump during the Bobcat Relays this season. Martial and his pick him off, allowing two arscmigbck ai
brother, Evenson, will compete in the state meet on Saturday. runs to score and Keegan cally, and I've got some
to advance to third. guys on the JV team who
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Tnat maeste ol:ana Take stock in children
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your input. As staff starts work
on updating the Countywide
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The last master plan was done in 1997, PHOTO PROVIDED
so it's more than about time for an The Charlotte Local Education Foundation welcomed these eighth-grade students into the Take Stock in Children program recently. From left, in
update. the front row are: Zachary Gomez, Tichino Smith, Benjamin Orkins, Nicholas Lipp and Tyler Gatto. From left, in the back row, are: Taylor Torres,
The online survey will ask you Elizabeth Hicks, Ariana Cruz, Jack Kenny and Dakota Robles.
questions about your current park use,
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please take a moment right now to By NATALIE SHARBAmGH Take Stock in Children is a state-wide to meet certain standards throughout
hop online. A few minutes of your time HERALD CORRESPONDENT scholarship and mentoring program. In their high school years. Each student
today can help the county plan for your Charlotte County, the program is man- signs a contract, along with their parent
park wants and needs for tomorrow. Many children dream of going to aged by the Charlotte Local Education or guardian, and pledges to stay in
To complete the survey, visit www. college. But the price tag of a higher Foundation. The organization selects school, meet with their mentor, main-, and click education can keep that diploma far students in Charlotte County with tain a minimum 2.5 grade point average,
the survey banner, or follow this link: out of reach. Thanks to the Charlotte academic potential who might not have and stay away from drugs, alcohol and Local Education Foundation and the the financial means to attend college. criminal activity. At graduation, students
communityservicesparksneeds Take Stock in Children program, kids Students are identified in the eighth who follow these guidelines are awarded
assessmentsurvey. in low-income families are one step grade and matched with a mentor who with four years of tuition assistance.
After taking the survey, you may want closer to making their dreams come serves as a friend, listener and role On May 7, the foundation will
to spend the morning enjoying our true. They are looking for local support model. Scholarships are later awarded graduate 14 Charlotte County seniors,
parks and take advantage of our sunny as they participate in a 24-hour online to those who show the desire to further
days before the summer heat hits. fundraiser that begins at noon on May 6. their education, but they must continue STOCK 12
Bob White
PHOTO lHerculean patience pays off for BIZ BITS
RIGHT: dog at Animal Welfare League
patience paid JBy KRISTINE LARSEN she assumed he must be a
off when ANIMAL WELFARE LEAGUE problem.
Hercules,who Shewenthomebut Bicycle Center receives
waited for a Hercules is nothing if not couldn't get him out of her
newfamily patient. He waited almost mind. Thenext day, she and Game Changer Award
for almost 18 months at the Animal her husband, Gene, came
18 months at Welfare League for that back to spend some time icycle Center of Port Charlotte
the Animal special someone to walk and get to know Hercules. was recently presented Trek
Welfare by his kennel. That person They came four days in a Bicycle Corporation's 2014 Game
League, was Polly Green. row, and at the end of that Changer Award. This is in recognition
finally went Polly came to the shelter time, decided that they had of the business partnering with Trek
home with "just looking." When she found their dog. as a continued supporter of multiple
Polly and read how long Hercules cycling advocacy efforts, including
Gene Green. had been at the shelter, ANIMAL 112 BIZ BITS 16

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Email your calendar items to Pleasefollow the
IN I Eformat you see in the listings: Event, POOL S HARKS W I N 1316
time, place, address, description, cost
CHA/ B R NEW 5 and contact information.
Mark Preuss will exhibit his artwork i..
at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship,1
1532 Forrest Nelson, Port Charlotte
is invited to the free opening reception I
from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 3, at
the Fellowship Gallery. Preuss, born in
Germany, studied architectural design
and worked for many years creating
art for videos, films, and off-Broadway
.theater in New York City. In the 1990s, PHOTO PROVIDED
SPreuss began showing his paintings of The Port Charlotte team Something Good took first place in the Silver Division at the
abstract nudes, winning awards in New regional pool tournament Florida West Coast Challenge in Clearwater, Florida, during the
--York, Germany, and Southwest Florida. weekend of April 27. This is the first time a Charlotte County team has ever taken first place
,He currently has a studio at the Punta at the yearly event. In the photo, from left, are Ken Coulter, Bruce Monnier, Mike Kandy,
Gorda Artisans Atelier on W Olympia Neal Erbes, Rom Nichols and Al Hastings. Also at the tournament, Albert Baker (not in
..........Avenue where his large, brushy, colorful photo) competed with a team from Bradenton who took second place in the Gold Division.
" t! work is created and displayed. For more
C information, call 941-627-4303.
0 TUESDAY, MAY 6 Charlotte. Team Parkside, in partnership
0 FRI DAY, MAY 2 Master Gardener Clinic, I11 a.m., first with the Cultural Center of Charlotte
R I B BON-C UTTI N Parkside Farmers Market, 9 a.m. Tuesday of the month, Port Charlotte County, sponsors a farmers market in the
to I p.m., Cultural Center parking lot, Library, 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte. common area of the main entrance every
S EE PAGE 7 Gertrude side, 2280 Aaron St., Port Located between the library and the Friday. Fresh produce, local honey, kettle
Charlotte. Team Parkside, in partnership used book store. corn, skin care products, worm compost-
with the Cultural Center of Charlotte ing products as well as organic teas, herbs
SCHOOL N EW 5 County, sponsors a farmers market in the 0 WE DN ESDAY, MAY 7 and spices available. For more informa-
common area of the main entrance ever Free Blood Pressure Clinic, 9 a.m. to tion, email parksideba('
Friday. Fresh produce, local honey Ietl 11 a.m., music room of the Charlotte Bingo, 11:45 a.m, Cultural Center of
corn, skin care products, worm compost- County Cultural Center, 2280 Aaron St., Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port
ing products as well as organic teas, herbs Port Charlotte. Dr. Don Delahaye and Charlotte.
and spices available. For more informa- registered nurses provide care. Sponsored Mahjong, I p.m., Cultural Center of
tion, email, by the Port Charlotte Kiwanis Club. Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port
Bingo, 11:45 a.m, Cultural Center of Charlotte.
Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port 0 FRIDAY, MAY 9 Chess, 5 p.m., Cultural Center of
Charlotte. Parkside Farmers Market, 9 a.m. Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port
4 ;,-2' Mahjong, I p.m., Cultural Center of to I p.m., Cultural Center parking lot, Charlotte. ::::::::::
, Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port Gertrude side, 2280 Aaron St., Port Euchre and bridge, 6 p.m., Cultural
: iCharlotte. Charlotte. Team Parkside, in partnership Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron
k Chess, 5 p.m., Cultural Center of with the Cultural Center of Charlotte St., Port Charlotte.
Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port County, sponsors a farmers market in the Friday Night dance, 7 p.m., Cultural
Charlotte. common area of the main entrance every Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron
Euchre and bridge, 6 p.m., Cultural Friday Fresh produce, local honey, kettle St., Port Charlotte.
Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron corn, skin care products, worm compost-
St., Port Charlotte. ins products as well as organic teas, herbs TUSAAY2
Friday Night dance, 7 p.m., Cultural and spices available. For more informa- Check Yourself Out!, 10 a.m. to I p.m.,
Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron tion, email, third Tuesday of the month, Port
St., Port Charlotte. Bingo, 11:45 a.m, Cultural Center of Charlotte Library, 2280 Aaron St., Port
Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte. Deborah Carrier RN from the
D R ESS F OR SU CC ESS,5, 0 SATU RDAY, MAY 3 Charlotte. Virginia B. Andes Clinic offers blood
Charlotte CottyY's Men's Club Fifth Mahjong, I p.m., Cultural Center of pressure and glucose checks as well as
S EE PAGE 10 Annual Charlotte Challenge, 8:30 a.m., Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port breast health education thanks to a grant
YM~C~s Dotzler Outdoor Center, 22801 Charlotte. from the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Bayshore Road, Charlotte Harbor. Teams Chess, 5 p.m., Cultural Center of
S PORiTS of four compete in seven events: Archer, Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port 0 WEDNESDAY, MAY 21
basketball shooting, canoe port and pad- Charlotte. Free Blood Pressure Clinic, 9 a.m. to
ale, corn hole, darts, obstacle course and Euchre and bridge, 6 p.m., Cultural I11 a.m., music room of the Charlotte
tug of war. Total points for the seven events Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron County Cultural Center, 2280 Aaron St.,
will determine the winner; $500 is the St., Port Charlotte. Port Charlotte. Dr. Don Delahaye and
first place prize, $1,000 in total cash prizes Friday Night dance, 7 p.m., Cultural registered nurses provide care. Sponsored
: based on a full field of 24 teams. Event put Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron by the Port Charlotte Kiwanis Club.
I on by the YMC~s Y's Men's Club, and raises St., Port Charlotte.
.......... money for youth programs in Charlotte 0 FRIDAY, MAY 23
i 4County. For more information and to sign N SATURDAY, MAY 10 Parkside Farmers Market, 9 a.m.
!""up, go to or call Car wash to benefit homeless to I p.m., Cultural Center parking lot,
Steve Jakubaitis at 941-661-3305. high school seniors, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Gertrude side, 2280 Aaron St., Port
Walgreens, 1800 Tamniami Trail, Port Charlotte. Team Parkside, in partnership
0 SUNDAY, MAY 4 Charlotte, on the corner or U.S. 41 and with the Cultural Center of Charlotte
. ..Port Charlotte High School Jazz Cochran Blvd. Minimum donation $3. County, sponsors a farmers market in the
..................Band concert, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., common area of the main entrance every
... Fishermen's Village, Center Court, 0 WE DN ESDAY, MAY 14 Friday. Fresh produce, local honey, kettle
S[1200 W et splanade, Put orda. Free Blood Prssure Clinic, am.t corn, kncr products, worm compost-
............... ..... ......;.: ):Concert is free; donations accepted. Visit I11 a.m., music room of the Charlotte ins products as well as organic teas, herbs
,, or call 941-626-7631. County Cultural Center, 2280 Aaron St., and spices available. For more informa-
l! !]' :!i : Port Charlotte. Dr. Don Delahaye and tion, email parksideba(
0i MONDAY MAYS5 registered nurses provide care. Bingo, 11:45 a.m, Cultural Center of
Port Charlotte High School Spring Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port
Concert, 7 p.m., Murdock Baptist 0 FRIDAY, MAY 16 Charlotte.
T RAC K M4E ET, Church, 18500 Cochran Blvd., Port Parkside Farmers Market, 9 a.m. Mahjong, I p.m., Cultural Center of
Charlotte. Visit www. or to I p.m., Cultural Center parking lot, Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron St., Port
SE E PA 6E 5 14-15 call 941-626-7631. Gertrude side, 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
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Seen here attending the Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce's network lunch at Murdock
Baptist Church are Debbie Giuilbault from CareerSource Southwest Florida and Nancy 0nderko
from CFO Financial Services Inc.
From Paychex, Crystal Brntley is seen here cutting with Joanna Giorealt of Steve's Towing on
April 9 during the networking lunch.
Marie Pearling, owner of Marie Massage, is seen here with Jeri Ebbole and tara Praizner, both
from BM0 Harris Bank, at the lunch on April 9 for the Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce.
Seated for lunch at Murdock Baptist Church for the monthly meeting of the Charlotte Chamber of
Commerce are Aggie Augila and Sharon Thomas both from the Animal Welfare League.
Networking during the chamber lunch at Murdock Baptist Church on April 9 are Kelly Lake of ..
Charlotte State Bank and Pastor Sammie Brooks of Grace Presbyterian Church....
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ACROSS 26. Corps 45. Scuffle 63. Part 3 of quip: 84. Hooter-like 106. Under the covers
1. Cavort 27. Start of a quip by 46. Spelunker's 5 wds. 86. Opposite 107.- Bator
5. Social stratum Erma Bombeck: domain 67. Cotton cloth 87. Cal. abbr. 108. Artless
10.44th POTUS 5 wds. 47. Elver 68. Juliet's beloved 88. Tins 109. John Garner
15. Shindy 31. High chair part 48. Dresden's river 69.Jibe 89. Do a garden job 110. Large crucifix
19. First Oscar 32. Lugs 49. Catchphrase 70. Beverages 90. Posh 111. Torn
winner 33. Haggard title 50. Part 2 of quip: 71. Moxie 91. Hob 112. Kidd ies
Jannings 34. "The Iceman 2 wds. 72. Roadside sign 92. The out-of-doors 113. Cupidity
20. Some singers Cometh" 52. A conjunction 74. Cold and damp 93. Organic fuel 114. Say it isn't so
21. Greens, dressed playwright 53. Analyze 77. Part 4 of quip 94. End of the quip:
22. Old chest for 37. Copal, e.g. 54.An ungulate 80. Search or 4 wds.
riches 39. Et 57.- of passage slumber 103. Dossier
23. Russian (and others) 58. Closed curves 8 1. "- H a' 104. Fragrant
empress 41. Educ. gp. 60. Temptress 82. Consumed rootstock
24. Downturn 44. Mater 61. Repeating 83.- Patrick Harris 105. Desktop items
25. Bold pattern
DOWN 11. Starr and Scott 36. Like a sampler 54. Predatory animal 72. Might and 93. Juan de Leon
1. Scan 12. Jai 37. Furrows 55. Mythical ship 73. Gaelic 94. Luxor's river
2. Hotel chain 13. Abbr. in grammar 38. European 56. Legume 75. Cry of despair 95.- vital
3. Give heed to 14. Library paste dynasty 59. Recto's opposite 76. Lean and tough 96. Laugh out loud
4. School recess, 15. Skinny-dip 39. Interim 60. Wrestling sport 78. "- Vanya" 97. The phantom of
e.g. 16. Zone 40. Cowardly Lion 61. Pup 79. Resort location the opera
5. Laid-back 17. Begone! actor Bert 62. Concerning: 80. Falling 98. Cicatrix
6.Tin Pan 18.Over-the-top 41 .Auxiliary devices 2 wds. 81. Place for nautical 99. Musical sound
7. R-W link actor 42. Exam subject 63. Liking repairs 100. Hautbois
8. Book 28. Parisian suburb 43. Revamp 64. Nonessential 84. Fights 10 1. Gas that glows
9. Cappuccino 29. Fasten 45. Trunk things 85. SmallI bird 102. Whirlpool
base 30. Second-story 49. Sons and 65. Written record 86. Conspiracy 103. Fake -
10. "Look Back man grandsons 66. Solid ground 90. Came to an end
in Anger" 34. Sign 51. In a snit 67. Parrot 91. Happenstance
playwright 35.- contendere 53. Spotted rodent 71. Layer of ore 92. Tapenade
Answers on page 15.
I1 2 3 m4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1 C ounty conducts park-needs survey
19 20 21 m 2l Charlotte County Community Services is conducting a
23 2 ]1 2 26survey of park needs. The survey is another opportunity for
m 24 25 citizens to provide much-needed input into the development
. .. 293 of the Countywide Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The last
28 29 30long-term plan was completed in 1997, and the new plan will
31 m 32 mm 33- be included in the county's comprehensive plan. This short
I survey covers your views of current services, as well as future
34- 353 37 38 m39 40 41243 needs, and will be available through May 3 1. To complete the
m __ survey, visit, and click the survey
454m 46 47banner, or follow this link:
48 commnunityservicesparksneedsassessmentsurvey.
52 535565 'Show your Charlotte'
bb 59 mThe Charlotte Harbor Visitor & Convention Bureau invites
visitors and residents to "Show Us Your Charlotte." The
64 65 66 year-long program encourages photographers of every skill
level to submit photos taken in Charlotte County to www.
mmmI08 m m 0mShowUsYourCharlotte'com" Prizes will be awarded quarterly bypnlojugs
70 72 75 7 Each quarter, bureau staff will select four photos as contest
77 78 finalists based on the quality of the photos and how well
i 787 mmm mmthey represent and communicate Charlotte County's tourism
8283 4 5 86 offerings. The final decision on first- and second-place winners
will be made by the Tourist Development Council at its next
8788 89m -scheduled meeting. Prizes awarded will include gift certificates
____ __for local tourism-related businesses and services. First-prize
m m m 92 m 93mmm value will be no less than $200 and second prize will be no less
than $50. Prize winners will be announced the day following
99596 97 100 10110 the meeting via a press release and will be posted on the
104 15 106bureau's website.
m 104 15 mThe photos will be used to invite potential visitors to expe-
l07 I m108 log 101m0l rience the areas good nature and may be featured on the
Charlotte Harbor Visitor & Convention Bureau website (www.
1"1 I 112 m 113 m 11 I, on one of is social media chan-
nels such as Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest, or on a postcard or
4-27 2014 United Feature Syndicate, Dist. by Universal Uclick in a magazine.
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Charlotte County Jazz Society awards scholarships
Lissette Garcia
from Port Char-
Jake Robinson
from Lemon Bay X,
High school and
Alexander Wright
from Port Char- ".
lotte High Schooll
were awarded
scholarships L
sponsored by the
Charlotte County
Jazz Society at the
beginning of their "
season held at the
Cultural Center of The Charlotte County Jazz Society recently held their last concert of the season featuring the
Charlotte County Allan Vache Jazz Quintet at the Cultural Center of Charlotte County Theater. Next season will be
Theater. the 25th anniversary season for the CCOS and it is currently holding a special membership drive.
For more information, visit or call 941-766-%422.
BIZ BITS: Bicycle Center of Port Charlotte recognized for community partnerships
FROM PAGE 1 Republican clubs
to honor Barbara T. Scott,
ongoing improvement of trails as well as Clerk of Circuit-Cou"A
overall efforts to make the county a better .ClerkofCicuitCout
place for cycling and recreational activities. "ATibt t araa,-onrn
A few years ago, Trek launched their Barbara T. Scott, the long-serving
"I World, 2 Wheels" campaign that Clerk of the Circuit Court and County
continues today. The format is simple. Comptroller for Charlotte County,
When Trek ships a full-suspension will be held on Wednesday, June 4,
bike to an authorized retailer (like .at the Cultural Center of Charlotte
Bicycle Center), they hold $ 10 per County. The evening is being hosted
bike. Additionally, when Trek ships a by the Charlotte County Republican
Bontrager helmet, they hold $1 per Party and Clubs. Friends, associates
helmet. Then at the end of each year, and fellow Republicans are invited.
Trek takes this money and donates it to -A.The program will begin with a
the International Mountain Bicycling reception and silent auction at
Association (IMBA), The League of |5 p.m., followed by a surf-and-turf
American Bicyclists, and People forI dinner and a musical tribute by
Bikes. These nonprofit organizations Al Holland.
have since experienced significant |Individuals are encouraged to
growth per these monetary donations] create congratulatory messages for
and have an ever-growing, formidable inclusion in the tribute's program.
presence and voice in federal and state Tickets are $60 per person and
transportation projects. may be purchased by telephone at
Last August, Bicycle Center also 941-258-2080 or 941-257-4826, or by
agreed to match what Trek donates. For email to president( or to
more information, visit www.bicy- www. ccflrc org., call 941-627-6600, or Barbara Scott was elected Clerk
visit the store at 3795 Tamiami Trail, Port of the Circuit Court in 1984 and is
Charlotte. currently serving her eighth con-
secutive term. She has served as
Treasures two great President of the Florida Association
business, on loctionof Court Clerks and is a member of
Who's Who in Government Services,
Owners Sharon Honacher of recipient of Woman & Boss of the
Sharon's Handpainted Furniture and PHOTO PROVIDED Year recognition by the American
Art together with Jody Defore of Jody's Business Women's Association, and
Junque provide a unique selection of Bicycle Center of Port Charlotte was recently presented Trek Bicycle Corporation's 2014 Game two-time recipient of the "Clerk of
hand-painted furniture, accessories, Changer Award for partnering with Trek as a continued supporter of multiple cycling advocacy the Year" award from the Florida
antiques, collectibles and jewelry. efforts, including ongoing improvement of trails and overall efforts to make the county a better Association of Court Clerks &
Treasures will also be celebrating place for cycling and recreational activities. Comptrollers (FACC), among many
their one-year anniversary when they La Vie Day Spa for massage and skin care starting other awards.
opened their business on May 3, 2013. has new location at $49. Manicures and pedicures are Her many community service
Treasures is located in the Murdock performed in their beautiful spa nail activities include chairing or serving
Carousel, 1900 Tamiami Trail, Unit 118, La Vie Day Spa has moved to a room. charitable organizations such as the
Port Charlotte (north of Lowe's and new location in the Grand Oak Plaza LaVie Day Spa is a full-service United Way, C.A.R.E., The Salvation
next to Donato's). For more informa- at 992 Tamiami Trail, Suite D 1, Port facility providing massage therapy, Army, Alzheimer s Association,
tion, call Sharon or Jody at 941-456- Charlotte. LaVie Day Spa offers complete skin care, waxing, brow tint- March of Dimes, For the Love of
2318 or 941-468-6210. introductory specials to new clients ing, lash extensions, full nail services Kids and the Charlotte County
1111 q 111and Cavi-Lipo. Membership Wellness Homeless Coalition.
~programs are available as well.
For more information or to sched- Bob White is the Retail Advertising
NO ONE BEATS OUR SERVICE OR SELECTION! ule your next appointment, call Manager for the Charlotte Sun. Email
Offering a full line of custom decorating 941-629-7600 or visit their website at him at or call
services in addition to our complete line of 941-258-9521.
shades, blinds & shutters!
Verticals Horizontals
Pleated, Cell & Roman Shades fenos~e12:-0po di_ a

Chamber hosts r*ibbon-cutt'ing
at Premier Photographilc Events
graphic Events 1,flirm
PLin Port Charlotte e
joined the Charlotte
County Chamber of ,
Commerce recently
and held their ribbon-
cutting ceremony with
an open house on .....
April 10.
RIGHT: Cutting the
ceremonial ribbon on
April 10 at Premier
Photographic Events is
owner Steve Lineberry
assisted by his wife,
Mvarsha VanBuren, and
special guest Stoney
from the Charlotte
Stone Crabs.
Joanna Kathy Kemeny
Garnelt from Just Counters
Kevin Graham, Managing Member of Suncoast One Title Agency and President from Steve's an te Sufi
at Integrity Insurance Agency, is seen here with Rick Ilmberber of Suncoast Towing pictured here at
Glass and Mirror and President of Leadership Charlotte 2014 supporting Premier joins Mark PeirPoo
Photographic Events at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Clabaugh. graphic Events with
r J':-* fKat Padgett from
t ..p. .,// Pampered Chef, who
... ..... catered the event.
TAKER HEB~i i "! he LEFT:o rot Christina
P-M County Sheriff's
..... l # Office poses
~with Commis-
' sioner Stephen
Deutsch and
Steve Lineberry.
"You dontionmaks a ig dffernce
Please Donate Clean, Usable Items.
Standing in front of Premier Photographic Events during the open house and ribbon-cutting ,
ceremony on April 10 are Julie Mathis, Executive Director of the Charlotte County Chamber of
Commerce; Marsha VanBuren, wife of Steve Lineberry, Steve Lineberry, and T.J. Thornberry,
President of the Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce.
devlopnewintressCall To Sceule A Pickup For
- Pant Pttey Jue 3r uly 1stLarge Furniture & Appliances
Pan Ptte r su ned hu sda Now accepting pick up in Arcadia. All money received from donations
Fue Gass uesay Wedesdy hurdayin Arcadia will be utilized to assist DeSoto County residents in need.

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Award winning secret garden in Parksilde Do you reme brw e.
Charlotte State Bank and Trust recognizes activist for beautification effortsthegemnadohcig
ByR-ONNAAAMS I fie arbored entrance is draped with teDiyHrl-es pi Z araeo hi agtr le
TEAM PARKSIDE ir : thea honysukle Herld-ews Apri a2lvel
,c rlh n ys cl ,w i h sal vl 1974, through M ay 3. 1974:M ai.oJ n th nD dB ts Bu s
;; Ie orange color. Giving the illusion of
Behind this simple off-white house A > more height, and providing major Excrt rm4 er g stesno r.Ge ut fSW
~~~~~~~~focal points are white birds of paradise Medical Center rBaceCil.Pothrot.
located~~~~~ ondu t Aaro Charlott int eHighee d f rd sa t r
oaecommunity oof Port teCharlotte his ksda big _. which fill the space with their large rayfrdiat sjSho.h speetyasueto
surprise -an unexpected, secret beutfu gree levs n oreu Medical Center Hospital in Punta FoiaSuhr nvriy h
garden. In a space that's not more than flowers. Gorda has adopted a system to min- |bieeetgautdfo hrot
12 feet by 12 feet lays a lush, elegant In this compact space, there is still imize available hospital resources Hg coladi mlyda
and peaceful retreat. plenty of room to layer in buttercups, when replying to the medical Comntnesine 83pycaedainad.
An eclectic group of plantings pro alliums, dracaena, crown of thorns and demands of disasters. PTh copewlbemridJ y8
vide privacy from adjacent neighbors blue daze, just to mention a few. There According to James Bradburn. nteFrtPebtra hrh
and a place to unwind after a hectic iromeugfrbthsaendunadministrative assistant, "We classifyPotCalte
day. It's just enough space to get your loving plants in this cozy retreat. disasters as W plan when less than
hands dirty, but not feel like the garden The winding brick path that leads 10 people are involved, 'B' plan.,alcrir alyNwo
is holding you hostage. from the front of the house past the moren tmith 10,e outdooran masie.kJ
Thi sm l bu xeto a p c rose garden under the arbor is a work '@ Emergency rooms are cleared as ,RcadD~ n .ami are o h e d n e o u .3
belongs to Susan Swanson. Some of ,o,, of art in itself. Artfully placed chimes, quickly as possible, nurses are nodi-
you may know her from her previous bird feeders and bird baths complete led to be at their stations, supplies PutGodbrnhoteU..osa
position with Charlotte County as the the scene. are checked and available doctors Janine Smith wrie bu hrot evc."ie h utor. r n r.]B alyo uln
Neighborhood Revitalization Specialist.n Those of you who have read "The caldtCh cn. iatr ie ounty's historipc.,nahr D~eato h ii erieea tet unaGra none
president of Team Parkside, previously PHOTO PROVIDED even in a small space, you can layer the hospital personnel on duty resident are upsetr byte effamloarigrotherdugtrCni
Team Port Charlotte. So it's easy to Jacqueline Benjamin, manager of the Parkside branch of Charlotte State Bank & Trust, presents difrn hps egtadclr will be maximized and traffic department to eliminate duplcto fa vrg f30t 0 eieisady esmi h o fM.adMs
understand why Susan needs a garden former prsdn ofaeal Teat beautiful Susa Swansol will thi quatside the Beautiitalo creeet naes manaeabg yet beutfu outoor conro consder ber outside Newso hopfal strar names.A
space that is low maintenance but Awamrpresident ofoTeameParksie ban asnwt hsqatr' akieBatfcto peaceful space where both people and Emergency drills are held regularly. PnaGra
packs a good punch. Awrwihi pnoe ytebn.butterflies can find beauty and peace. The department is actingontenefthmantrcins
Prior to the construction of the space that can be enjoyed from inside jasmine vines were trained to climb Congratulation to Susan Swanson, Po tinatdrequet tle po ofc, an ansete nnurcdgadaeadi mlyda
hidden garden, the land was just a the lanai or outside at her cafO table the walls, and combined with a bank the residential winner of this quarter's Pooin tdprmntlpoecr
patchy, weed-filled space. Susan and sipping a cup of java. of bougainvillea and plumbago, total Parkside Beautification Award spon- Sheriff's Department other county interests who dpn n'isItrahn ace.Tebieeeti tdn
her landscape designer got to work and Latticed walls went up at 90-degree privacy is achieved on that side of the sored by Charlotte State Bank and Charlotte County Sheriff's Deputy ecto stt fnamo oe ry annc Melno or hrotei houlilbemrido
created a folliage filled, multilayered angles to the lanai. Confederate home. Trust. Ted Purcell assumed his new role as c ati n y sanc st rop e srlyoh m r tFoi a otenClee A g 3 .i ot otM es
lieutenant in charge of the road pa- name appears in a number o ud- i aead h a enslce
P ira te s e x h ib it a rt a t th e m a ll ~~~~~~trol division. DeputygAlan LeBeau. visions throughout the ruralrgo, frtehnrf"ssnelae"byP ta rd
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entitled "Country Dazed." Mary Nell Guenther principal; E. Here is the winrwainurtewhnRbtHwtt decoDveolhssgedn
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HERALD PHOTOS BY BETSY WILLIAMS winners of the drill competitospn lartrythwierf19-7.Svalgm
Port Charlotte High School's 10th Annual AP sored by the Daily Herald-Nes
Art and Photo Show was held April118-24 at the R em ig oreet Kinney received a plaque forcelec inrBtsHl n hrot ihSho
Port Charlotte Town Center Mail, showcasing fo ulse oehGasr nadto, eggmn none aktalcahDnSore
select pieces from the student artists. Most What's in a name? Based on let- he received a watch from the Rsrefe htteadtru sab te
pieces were priced for sale or entered in the Perusing the art show, J.C. Penny's employee ters received by the County Building Officers Association, presented icMran M s.C rl sD M s ero SE. f iit th n he ig sh ol ym
silent auction. Here is the work of senior Jessica Jeri White from Englewood found "Blue Ocean and Zoning Department, county Admiral Arnold Schade (USN -Nt) ct tetP r h rot .a n u cd wt eta dt eei oep ri g
Iglesias, just a sample of the talent at PCHS. Floor" by Kiki Marcel to be her favorite this year.!
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Dress for success at Port Charlotte Middle School
HERALD PHOTOS BY BETSY WILLIAMS Joshua Pitts-Torres, sixth-grader, strikes a
After four days of crazy and fun outfits, Dress for pose -his "success" pose.
Success was the theme for the last day of Spring Dress shirts, ties, a dress and even a suit was
Fest at Port Charlotte Middle School. Eighth-grade the Dress for Success choices by sixth-grader. ......
students Mariah Updike and Tiki Tyler pose in Trey Platt and eighth-graders Michela Colleen
their possible "future" modeling outfits. and Jean Miraccin. >
Eighth-grader Gabrielle Innello takes the arm of her classmate Branden Cantos for their Dress for
Success photo. Eighth graders Aaron Paquette, Kimberly (rowl and Jakob Siemonski in their idea of Dress for Success.
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STOCK: Foundation gears up for 24-hour fundraising challenge ANIMAL
F ROM PAGlE 1 She is currently the Executive Director of matched by funds put fourth by sponsors F ROM PAGlE 1
the Charlotte Local Education Foundation of the challenge.
all of whom are heading to college thanks and director of the local Take Stock in "The 24-hour Giving Challenge is about He's just a very happy dog," said
to the program. Children program. She has witessed the raising scholarship dollars. We have the Polly.
Chance Galloway is a junior at Lemon benefits of the program firsthand. potential for additional match money "When I let him out of his crate
Bay High School. He has every intention "I have seen so many miracles with Take during this 24-hour online giving," con- in the morning, he's so excited he
of graduating from high school and Stock," said Clemmons. tinued Clemmons. "We're trying to raise sometimes jumps on the bed. He's
becoming the first in his family to earn a She is proud of the many success enough money for full tuition for one new not allowed on the bed, but it's hard
college degree. He was awarded a schol- stories, including one about a young student in Charlotte County." to yell at him for being so happy."
arship through the Take Stock in Children woman who recently earned her degree A full scholarship will cost the founda- The Greens thought about renam-
program. and is currently working toward becoming tion $8,500. The goal can only be met with ing Hercules, but then decided the
"Ilt was one of the best feelings in the a licensed practical nurse. Clemmons help from the community. only other name he would recognize
world," said Galloway. "It was a big stress also recalls another child who grew up in In addition to raising funds, the is "Good Dog" because that's all he
reliever for me and my mom and dad. It's less than ideal living conditions who has program is always looking to recruit and hears.
a great opportunity for my future." now graduated from law school. These train adult mentors. Mentors are volun- Hercules knew some basic com-
Galloway, a self-described overachiever, examples and many more are all due to a teers who act as a guide, providing all of mands and, motivated by his favorite
is an honor-roll student with a weighted program that changes young lives. the intangible resources that can help a treats, is quickly learning more. He
GPA of nearly 4.0. He's involved with a "The mentors enjoy it ... the kids enjoy child graduate from high school and move loves to go down to the dock with
variety of activities including baseball, it," continued Clemmons. 'Amazing onto college. These volunteers meet with Polly and watch the fish swim by.
football, and weight lifting. fihings happen." the students strictly at school on a weekly Afraid he wouldn't know what to do
"I do my best every day," continued But these amazing -iings can'ft happen basis. if he fell in the water, the Greens put
Galloway. "I try to balance that out with without support from the community. The Fundraising events also take place Hercules in a doggie life jacket and
my academics. It's not the easiest, but I'm Charlotte Local Education Foundation, throughout the year and volunteers are taught him to dog paddle in the pool.
dedicated to everything I do." a nonprofit organization, raises money needed to assist with a variety of tasks. Hercules thinks of Gene and Polly
He is a student ambassador with the in order to buy scholarships through the Everyone is encouraged to take part as a single unit and is happiest when
Take Stock in Children program where Florida Prepaid College Foundation. Each because taking stock in children now they're both in the same room. This
he is in charge of organizing some of dollar is matched by Florida Prepaid, can only benefit us all in the future. means Gene doesn't get to sleep in
the events. Being an ambassador has which doubles the purchasing power. The Every effort is valuable when it comes to much anymore.
helped him develop many skills, including number of scholarships awarded each supporting a program that has the power I can't thank everyone enough for
leadership. year in Charlotte County depends on the to change the direction of young lives, all that they have done for Hercules,"
Galloway also meets with his mentor, available funds. including Galloway's. said Polly. "He is the most unbeliev-
Paul Rasmussen, each week at school. Anyone can donate to the local pro- "I've been faced with many problems, able dog!"
Together, they discuss things like taking grain, and all money raised through the but I know all of this is going to be history If Hercules could talk he just might
the SAT and talk about some of the colleges Charlotte Local Education Foundation one day. Success is important to me, and say the Greens were worth the long
that Galloway is interested in visiting. will benefit Charlotte County students. I'm not going to let anything stop me," wait at the shelter.
The purpose of meeting with a mentor An important fundraiser will begin at continued Galloway. "If you stick to what Thousands of Charlotte County's
is to help bring out the best in students, noon on Tuesday and end at noon on you believe in, it will pay off for sure." homeless animals are brought to the
and Galloway says that's exactly what Wednesday. This 24-hour giving challenge To learn more about Take Stock in Animal Welfare League each year.
happens when he meets with Rasmussen. will take place entirely online at www. Children or the Charlotte Local Education Many are still patiently waiting for a
"He definitely does that," added Everyone can Foundation, visit www.charlotteschool new home.
Galloway. "He's helping me get my mind log on to the website during the specified To speak with someone If you are interested in visiting
ready for college." time and donate to the Southwest Florida about donating, volunteering, or becom- or adopting a pet, please visit the
Mary Fred Clemmons has been with charity of their choice. ing a mentor, contact the foundation at shelter at 3519 Drance Street in Port
the Take Stock program since 1997. After This event is important to the Charlotte 941-255-7500 ext 294. The 24-hour Giving Charlotte, call1941-625-6720 or log on
working in Marion County for 10 years, Local Education Foundation because Challenge begins at noon on Tuesday at to to learn more.
she moved to Charlotte County in 2008. donations have the potential to be Volunteers are also welcome.
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Sweet Heat rally falls short, suffers second loss
The 14-under Port Charlotte softball
team from the Miss Charlotte Fastpitch
Softball league had a five-run rally in
the fifth but were unable to score in
any other inning and came up short to
the Englewood Bombers 8-5.
The loss drops the Sweet Heat to a
6-2 record for the season with both
losses coming to the two Englewood
Manager Frank Baker rotates players
to different positions every inning,....
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GOLFSCORES NancyAnderson, Carol BURNT Ferandes,RichardTaylor.
Carriere, Carol Fisher, STORE GOLF & 3.) Robert Paul, Joyhn
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John Leppek aced Hole & COUNTRY CLUB 3.) Bob Paul, Millie alionMan s
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Rich Blakley and Pete I.) Al Gagnon, 64. April 2 Tattar, Carol Smith, Carol
v., Carlis. 2.) John Calcott, 64. 1.) Pat Folio, Pam Chesser, Cheryl Fogg.
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ing month of May. like the readers with grade school-
As you may have noticed, the arrival aged children. May offers an up-tick
" ...... of a new month has come with a few in school-related activity, with many
slight changes. For one, the weather is a Paeakak steeitro h families bouncing from end-of-year
EDT RS.N 1 Punta Gorda Herald. Contact her at parties, dances and concerts to award
to make you feel the heat rising off the, celebrations and graduations.
PUNTA GORDA sidewalks at lunchtime, making you With the boost in activity throughout
wish you were facing the beach and not our entire community comes a natural
0 0 0 0 0 0 a pile of paperwork. time you look at it. It's as though everyone buzz in the air. The excitement is
With this pre-summertime sizzle comes is trying to pack as much into the next contagious, and I can't wait to let the
W H'$another indicator of change a calendar few weeks as possible in an attempt to surge of May events roll me right into
WASthat only gets busier and busier every reach all our north-bound visitors and summertime bliss and relaxation.
Editor's Insights .......................... 2 V6 ....., Leadership Charlotte Class of
Happenings on the Harbor ....... 2 7Sc 201lmbers Paul Andews
Business News ............................ 4-6 Rc i b re n n i
40~~~~ Yer Ag..................... Matthiessen, shown with
40 Years Ag ................................ 8-9 class mascot OLAD, are excited
Schol Bzz ........................ -9 for the group's May 2 fund-
Tarpon Page ................................ 10 rie tO d nsOfc a
Golf Scores .................................. 10 ...Lounge in downtown Punta
Community Beat ........................ 11-16 orda. The bar will donate
20 percent of sales between
5 p.m. and 10 p.m. back to the
CORRECTION organization, which is raising
MJ's Hair Shop, located at 205 Wood St., Punta funds for the Special Olympics
Gorda, offers traditional barbershop services. Owner Florida Charlotte County, the
and barber Michelle Justice will welcome barber Jammers Youth Basketball
Mary Hoover to the shop in July. The shop only takes League and Girls on the Run
walk-ins. For information, call 941-626-6557. A of Southwest Florida. Visit
story published on April 18 stated otherwise. www.leadershipcharlotte.
net or www.facebook.conm/
LeadlershipCharlotte2014 for
more information.
SATU RDAY, MAY 3 .ailSotcmuiysrie WEDNESDAY, MAY 7
9 A Healthy Minds, Healthy Communit, project with the BackPack Kidz pro- Registration for The Foot Landing's
Mental Health AwarenessWalk is set to gram, which is sponsored by Yah Yah free, weekly Pub Run begins at 6 p.m. at
begin at 8 a.m. at Gilchrist Park, 400 W Girls, Inc., will take place from I p.m. the store, 117 Herald Court, Suite 1112,
, Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda. Call 941 to 3 p.m. at Fishermen's Village, 1200 Punta Gorda. This week's event will end
639-8300, ext. 275, for details. W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda. Call at the Ice House. All levels of runners
HA PPE I S 9The Downtown Farmers Market on 941-759-3672 or visit or and walkers are welcome. Call1941-347-
Taylor Street, between West Olympia for details. 7751 for details.
ON T E HA BORAvenue and Herald Court, runs from
O TH HABR8 a.m. to I p.m. Call 941-391-4856 or SU NDAY, MAY 4 TH URSDAY, MAY 8
0 0 0 0 0 0 visit The Punta Gorda Historical The end-of-year Do the Right
for details. Society's Farmers Market at History Thing award program is set to begin at
ONAO NC E EN S The Thunder Mountain Railroad Park, 501 Shreve St., runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Charlotte Harbor Event
9omGOyIN to VENT3,SeGrp Band will perform a free concert from I p.m. Guided tours are available once and Conference Center, 75 Taylor St.,
Gallromy, 1 W.Mon Av PuaGp 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the historic dock at the market closes. Call 941-380-6814 for Punta Gorda. Call 941-639-4111 or
Gorallr, 113W. befaring the. workofa the Train Depot, 1009 Taylor Road. Call details. visit
Goda wllbefetuin te or o ay 941-639-6774 for more information. depts /police /policedtrt.html for
Stoy, a watercolor and acrylic artist. The The Charlotte County Pride Fest will details.
gallery is open until 8 p.m. on the third run from noon until 6 p.m. in Lashley TU ES DAY, MAY 6 Terry L. Howard will talk about his
Thursday of the month for GalleryWalk. Park, 100 Nesbit St., Puta Gorda. The A free Bra Fit Fest is set for 6 p.m. book, "High Seas Wranglers: The Lives
Regular hours of operation are 10 a.m. event will kick off with a Pride Promenade at The Foot Landing, 117 Herald Court, of Atlantic Fishing Captains," at 5 p.m.
to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and from Gilchrist Park, 400 W Retta Suite 1112, Punta Gorda. A represen- at Copperfish Books, 1205 Elizabeth
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays. Visit Esplanade, to Lashley Park Visit www. tative from Moving Comfort will be St., Suite A, Punta Gorda. Reserve a or call 941- on hand to help answer fit-specific spot by calling 941-205-2560 or email-
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For more information about events listed in this
column, contact the Punta Gorda Chamber of
Commerce at 941-639-3720 or visit its website
at While on the
chamber's website, don't forget to sign up for the
"Friday Facts" newsletter. PHOTO PROVIDED
Members of the Punta Gorda Chamber of Commerce gathered at the new Subway restaurant in the Turtle Crossing Plaza on Burnt Store Road,
Punta Gorda, for a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Ribbon-cuttings continue with PG Chamber
n the week ahead, the Punta Gorda Limoncello, the Iebba family, contacted Joh n R. Wright becoming a character in the plot may-
Chamber of Commerce will welcome the chamber recently to say that a rumor ... be even the murderer or the victim.
two new businesses to the community was flying around that they had closed [p The cost is $45 per person, which
during ribbon-cutting ceremonies. and asked whether we heard that. They includes a three-course dinner, tax and
The fun starts at 5:30 p.m. on were receiving numerous calls aid, since John R. Wright is president of tip. The event includes an open bar,
May 5 with the festivities for Two Brothers they are south of the city, they felt people the Punta Gorda Chamber of with cocktails at 5:30 p.m. Dinner will be
Home-style Cooking, located at 307 E. were not making the drive down to see for Commerce. Contact him atjrwright@ served at 6:30 p.m.
Marion Ave., Punta Gorda. On May 7, themselves. is advised to get there at 5:30 p.m.
members will visit Lovely Nails, located The truth is they are open and thriving, start asking your probing questions.
at 3941 Tamiami Trail in the Burnt Store and they look forward to seeing you all While on the website, dont forget to Rsrain r eurdadcnb
Publix Plaza, for a grand opening. Again, really soon. If you have any doubts in what jontemiigfs o h Fia at" accomplished by visiting the chamber's
this event begins at 5:30 p.m Feel free to you hear, either call us at 941-639-3720 or newsletter. You will never be out of the .....................hamb r d rin
join as we welcome both businesses to visit the business directory on the cham- hours.
the city. ber's website, www.puntagorda loagi.OPUS will not be taking reservations for
By the way, dont always believe every- If the business is listed, Wekn apnnsthis event, so call the chamber directly. The
thing you hear. The owners of Trattoria there is a really good chance they are open. We e ape nsvenue can accommodate 80 people for this
This weekend offers a couple of enter- event, and there are only a few seats left.
tainment options for you. Dsoe ut od
A E" S P R IN G The Nav-A-Gator presents Trop Rocks Dsoe ut od
in aid of the Southwest Florida Vietnam Consider taking a trip on the chamber's
It'sl int HardO Memorial Wall fundraising campaign. trolley tours. They are a great and fun way
int A C IO NThe fun starts at noon on May 3. Be sure to learn about the area.
to take along a lawn chair and partici- The cost of the trolley ride is $25 or $40
w ith thepate in the Chinese auction, the 50 /50 with an added boat tour with King Fisher
wi h t raffle and much more. Fleet. There are only two more tour dates
U IThey are asking for a $ 10 suggested left for the season -- May 9 and May 23.
U nst op pable donation for entry, all of which will be To get on board and to check avail-
donated to the wall building fund. ability, call the Punta Gorda Chamber
Tr ne S p i g The Nav-a-Gator is located at 9700 SW office during regular office hours. Group
Trane S p rinRiverview Circle, Arcadia, and the event is bookings are strongly advised to be made
hosted by the Patriot Riders of America. well in advance to avoid disappointment.
P rom otion! Also that day is Pride rest 2014, which
will take place from noon until 6 p.m. at Corks 'n'Canvas
Laishley Park. The event will feature live event May 22
0% i Intrs forii iii iitio music, food and vendors.
As always, there is something fun going The chamber's next Corks 'nf Canvas
on in our little city all the time. Visit the event will be held at the Charlotte
60 ont s*& u t $3 chamber's website for a fist of upcoming Community Foundation's new home,
happenings. located at 227 Sullivan St., Punta Gorda,
in T ane FP Reb teson May 22. The art session will be led by
M urd er mystery d in n er returns Brush Strokes by Ashleigh.
Eprs5314to OPUS May 4 This is a fun night of art, wine and
nibbles, with everything included for $35.
Murder returns to OPUS restaurant At the end of the night, participants can
4Con May 4 as part of the Punta Gorda take home their masterpiece as a souve-
pF.IALS Chamber's murder mystery dinner. nir of a great night out with friends.
F-r Participants can be part of the murder Space is limited, so call the chamber to
,ILproceedings and investigations, even reserve a space.
Celehe Cete

Friday, May 2, 2014 Herald Page
Leslee Peth
Leslee Peth is the publisher of the
Punta Gorda Herald. Contact her at
Launch party
celebrates .
PG Chamber's
During the launch party, members of the Punta Gorda Chamber of Commerce were treated to a
i first-peek of the"2014-2015 Visitor's Guide."Gathered for the occasion were John and Cynthia
ne g OW Ul Beane of Presely Beane Financial Services; Lee Bacon of Bacon's Furniture; Leslee Peth, Sun adver-
tising director; Madeline Ruiz from the Englewood Sun, and Teresa Desguin from Clear Channel.
A pril 25 was a special day at the chamber guide ever. We have enjoyed a healthy and
Purple House, the Sun's down- Volunteers from the Sun served prosperous season, and we look
town Punta Gorda location on up hot dogs and hamburgers while forward to all great things in future Della Booth of Time Realty flips through the
Sullivan Street. Here, members of the enjoying the beautiful afternoon sun- months. chamber guide at the Purple House in Punta
Punta Gorda Chamber of Commerce shine with fellow chamber members. The new "2014-2015 Visitor's Guide" Gorda during the launch party.
gathered for a launch party for the Everyone got to see the new visitor's is available at the chamber office,
much-anticipated "2014-2015 Visitor's book first-hand, and they shared just the Jones Loop Visitor's Center, locations for participating Punta
Guide." At a whopping 164 pages, it is what a beautiful place this is that we the Charlotte Harbor Event and Gorda Chamber of Commerce
the largest and most highly supported affectionately call paradise. Conference Center and at business members.
Palm Auto Mall welcomes PG Chamber members E IsDINNG SHOP
Coleen Daymude STORE SAVE GAS
Bh Bih aME
0RN, .Colleen Daymude is an advertising S
cIN amount executive for the Sun. ) CI2S
N( 11 Pe 41 i e Contat her at941-205-6403 or at ONE SHOPPI. GOCERIE
he Punta Gorda Chamberf iping Fling 0
| Commerce's Business After Hours
'Levent for April took place at the
Palm Auto Mall Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge egins NOW !
and Ram location in Punta Gorda. Fri. 1-6 PM
Sat. 10 AM-4 PM
Business Casual Church Clothing
LEFT: Palm Auto Mall's Sherie George, the
marketing director, and Tonya Blair, the AHl Regular Clothing $1/pc
general sales manager, pose for a photo Tops Bottoms Dresses* Jeans* Sets
around Paul Cleaver during the April 16 Church Hats Pocketbooks Shoes
Business After Hours event.
LEFT: During the event, the Medicine Shoppe's Thrifty Treasures
Paula Hnatyk poses for a photo with Ron 418 E. Virginia Ave., Punta Gord
Monck of Centennial Bank; John Wright,
Millas president of the Punta Gorda Chamber of GPGI is a 501(c)3 grassroots
Commerce; Phil Cerciello, the owner of Phil's 41 organization helping individuals grow
- j who was the caterer of the evening chamber from hardship to self-sustainment
mixer; and Jim Lawson of OPUS.
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SHerald Page 6 Friday, May 2, W4lz
Free cruises available for active-dluty military, eea siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
King Fisher Fleet celebrates
Military Appreciation Month
I though Congress enacted tooeigoa
j legislation in 1999 designatingAlE inwyN W-Gp
J.JMay as National Military Ap- [ffp n m
preciation Month so Americans could .....
publicly thank members of the armed
services who have sacrificed for this Al Heminway is afreelance writer. POOPOIE
country, Ralph Allen, owner of King PHOTOc PROVIDEDmigwy3
Fisher Fleet, wanted to do more. Good Times Too, one of the double-decker
That is why he will offer fee cruises cruise boats owned by King Fisher Fleet, will
for veterans, active-duty personnel, King Fisher Fleet for their free cruise, be used to give free cruises during the month
National Guard and Reserves through- sadKmLvjy eie ..ArFre of May as part of Military Appreciation Month.
said Kim Lovejoy aot retre U.S. King Foisher
ou te nir mnt f ay Kn Fshrmaster sergeant and museum executive H ERA LD P HOTO BY AL H EMI NGWAY
Fleet is located at Fishermen's Village, director.
1200 W Retta Esplanade. ElsaAln aktn ietrfr RIGHT: Elissa and father Ralph Allen are
Those eligible for the monthlong ElsaAln aktn ietrfr offering free cruises to active-duty members of
promotion include: double-decer etou boaid that cn o the armed forces and veterans during Military
- active-duty members with a valid dul-ekrtrbosthtcnAppreciation Month to thank them for their
military identification card; accommodate about 180 passengers. service.
veterans with proof of service, such havee cruises to Cabbage Key, A
as a DD214, or separation papers; Boca Grande, Cayo Costa, a harbor tour "My dad was a Navy veteran," Ralph
- those who are a current member or a sunset cruise," she said. "Any of our Allen said. "I have worked with the
of a veterans organization, such as the cruises are free to eligible veterans or museum in the past as well. Veterans
Veterans of Foreign Wars, American active duty servicemen and women." have put their lives on the line for us. I
Legion, AMIVETS, etc.; Allen said the monthlong veterans cant thank them enough for what they
and veterans with a driver's license special goes hand-in-hand with the have given to this country."
with the letter "Y' on them. Mother's Day weekend package, which Lovejoy was very grateful of the
King Fisher Fleet has partnered with will run from May 9 until May 11, when Allen family's generous offer and their
the Military Heritage Museum, also mothers can cruise free of charge the patriotism and appreciation for those
located in Fishermens Village, to assist entire three days. who served this nation.
them in raising money. The museum "If a veteran wants to take his mother "The purpose of Military Appreciation
is a 50 1 (c) 3 nonprofit and is funded by on a cruise that weekend, they both go Month is to remind Americans of the
donations and grants. free," she said. "We've already received important role the U.S. armed forces
"People making donations of $10 or reservations." played in the history and development Fisher Fleet for showing their support of
more to the museum should give it to King Fisher Fleet was started by Bob of our country, which is what we do us and all veterans."
one of our volunteers, and they will Allen, Ralph's father, and has been in every day at the museum," she said. For more information, visit www.
receive a voucher they can present to continuous operation for 40 years. "We're very grateful to the Allens at King or call 941-639-2628.
Lo a .u.h........ Donnell Bates -rhe Punta Gorda
Loa au h rsg Public Library
......... welcomedd local
book atlibr ry ..... Janet Martel
on April I for a book
books at-ira signing for "Malicious
O~~~~~onnell Rates is a freelance...........
photographer. Contact her at Intent." This is the third
...... ... ....d o n n e llb a te s @ h o tm a m in a s e r i e s a n d t h e
N. .. other books are called
........ : ~ ~~"Three Days" and ::::::::::
" ip -L "Taken in the Night."
~LEFT: Sandy Dillon, an
~avid reader and fan of
..... Janet M artel's books,
I was excited to attend
tebook signing.
HERAD POTOSBY ONNEL BTESAuthor Janet Martel from Punta Gorda holds
Jill Heffley poses for a photo with author Janet Martel at the her three books during the book signing at the
PuntaGord Libary.Punta Gorda Library.
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Do you remember when?
The following are excerpts from the of Southeast Scott Street, Port
Daily Herald-News, April 27,1974, Pu t or aCharlotte, announced the engage-
through May 3,1974: Punt G o d ment and forthcoming marriage
Medi al ent r r adyExcerpts from 40 years ago of their daughter, Ellen Marie, to
Medical Ceter eadyJonathan Dod Butts. Butts is the son
for~ diaser of Mrs. Gwen Butts of Southwest
for isatersJ ,Bracken Circle, Port Charlotte.
Medical Center Hospital, Punta ,A graduate of Charlotte High
Gorda, has adopted a system to |School, he is presently a student of
minimize available hospital resources Florida Southern University. The
whn elyn t hemdia d-bride-elect graduated from Charlotte
whnmeynds of diate mdialde Community news since {1893 High School and is employed as a
According to James Bradburn, physical education aide.
administrative assistant, "We classify The couple will be married July
disasters as A2 plan when less than 10 Janine Smith mail carrier likes outdoor work 8 in the First Presbyterian Church,
peoeare invoved'pa, massive." more Richard DeLena. a mail carrier for the Port Charlotte.
than10,and''pln, mssie."Punta Gorda branch of the U.S. Postal
Emergency rooms are cleared Sevc,"ieteotor. Hatley- Newso m
asqikl spssbe ure r DeLena took the Civil Service exam engagement told
notified to be at their stations, Janine Smith writes about Punta frpsa mlye hl tl nhg
supplies are checked and available i Gorda's historicpast. Contact her at fo otlepoeswiesili ih Mr. and Mrs. I.B. Haley of Burland
doctors called to the scene. Disasters janinehs 1@ comcastnet, school in New York. His family moved to SrePnaGra none
Punta Gorda, and now he has an average Sre.PnaGra none
like floods and hurricanes mean that of 350 to 400 deliveries a day. the engagement and forthcoming
the hospital personnel on duty will Zoning Department, county residents He considers being in the outdoors marriage of their daughter, Connie
be maximized and traffic control will are upset by efforts of the department to one of the main attractions. Lynne, to Gary Kurt Newsom.
be outside the hospital. Emergency eliminate duplication of street names. Newsom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
drills are held regularly. The department is acting on the Med len an nounced Earl Bert Newsom of Star Route A,
request of the post office, sheriff's de- 'Ms nelce'Punta Gorda.
Promotions at Sheriff's partment, telephone company and other 'Ms nelce'He is a 1974 Charlotte High School
Department county interests who depend on exact Nancy Medlen of Port Charlotte is a graduate and is employed as a
street name and number identification sophomore at Florida Southern College rancher. The bride-elect is a student
Charlotte County Sheriff's Deputy to function properly. in Lakeland. She has been selected at Charlotte High School.
Ted Purcell assumed his new role as In many instances, the same street for the honor of "Miss Interlachen" by The couple will be married on
lieutenant in charge of the road patrol name appears in a number of subdi- Florida singer Anita Bryant. Aug. 31 in North Fort Myers.
division. Deputy Alan LeBeau, formerly visions throughout the rural region, "Miss Interlachen" heads the beauty
of the road patrol, was appointed to fill according to Oscar Hettema, building section of the college yearbook, which Pu nta Go rda sailing
the vacancy left by Purcell's promotion and zoning director. is called "The Interlachen." Nancy is a clu b races
in the criminal investigation. The county engineering department 1972 Charlotte High School graduate
The sheriff's department expects to is putting together new street maps and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilt Stiff, steady winds provided Punta
get two Honda model 750 motorcy- complete with unduplicated names. Palm, Medlen of Aquilos Court, Port Charlotte. Gorda Sailing Club members with
cles soon and a van-type vehicle will Palmetto and Charlotte may be the most one of the finest days of sailing. It was
be purchased. These are for providing popular names of streets in the county. Today in history also one of the closest races of the
traffic surveys and county studies for On May 1: spring series on Charlotte Harbor.
improved road safety. Holloway to head The participating captains were
Meaow arkEleentryHousing Authority In 1847: the cornerstone for the Dave Burke, George Kelly, Paul
Medo PrkElmetaySmithsonian Institution was laid in Schmidt, Jack Kelso, Monte Kenaren.
breaks ground The board of directors of the Punta Washington. Mark Lane, Duff Duffen. John
Gorda Housing Authority approved the In 1931: The Empire State Building, Dibble, Jim Apple and John Poe.
Ground was officially broken appointment of Juanita Holloway as then the tallest in the world, was dedi-
today for the new Meadow Park executive director. She will fill the vacancy cated in New York. Tarpon cagers to play in
Elementary School at Essex Avenue, created by the resignation of Vemon Drew, county auditorium
Port Charlotte. The school will cost who is joining an area banking firm. On May 3:
$1,137,000. Charlotte High School athletic
On hand for the ceremony were NJROTC winner announced In 1919: airline passenger service director Dave Holt has signed an
Mary Nell Guenther, principal; E. was inaugurated when Robert Hewitt agreement with Charlotte County
Benner Jr., superintendent; Donald Ensign Jack Kinney and the first platoon flew two women from New York to Memorial Auditorium. It calls for
Birrell, School Board member; Steve of Charlotte High School Junior ROTC Atlantic City. nine home basketball games to be
Brekkus, Gulf superintendent; and battalion were selected today as winners In 1944: synthetic quinine was played at the auditorium during
Jerry Stevens, Gulf project manager. of the drill competition sponsored by the produced in a Harvard University the winter of 1974-75. Several game
Daffy Herald-News. laboratory. dates have already been set.
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big chore from Publisher Joseph Glasser. In addition, Misner-Butts engagement basketball coach Don Spoerner
he received a watch from the Reserve an nou nced feel that the auditorium is a better
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1.) Jerry Hunter, Lynn Hunter, Gary 5.) Pat Cataldo. 3.) Norm Letendre, Sandy
Wieczorek, Lynn Powers. 6.) Jim Carrol. TallianTom Block, Nicki p. .
2.) Bill Story, Corrine 0sicki, Chris FLIGHTB: DiSandro, 126. T P..
Smith, Jim Brown. 1.) Stan Borchers. Men's Day, 2 Best Ball
3.) Bob Paul, Millie HierroVic 2.) Roy Howard, Phil Leonard. of 4 PUNTA GORDA Charlotte High School junior Jillian Serrano,
Martel, Marg MacDougal. 3.) Missy Coykendall, Ron Olson. April 15 Ashley Striker, a CHS senior, and junior
* Ladies' League 4.) Susan MacIntosh. 1.) Bob Pezzullo, PJ Fisher, 0 0 0 0 0 0 Natasha Drayton helped out during the Relay
April 2 FLIGHTC: Clancy Rimmey, Ron Nutt, Tarpon Page contributors are for Life event in Punta Gorda as part of the
1.) Pat Folio, Pam Williams, Judy 1.) Pam Morrison. Dennis McGuire, Dave students at Charlotte High School. Cure Catcher team.
Schinneller. 2.) Paul Nicholls. Threlkeld, Mike Carriere, Dan The content displayed on this page is
2.) Joan Cullen, Lynn Powers, Helen 3.) Pam Morrison, John Bulbolz. Rothbauer, 116. part of grading requirements for Kelli
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3.) Yolanda Henry, Marianne Paul Nicholls. Baxter, Mike DiSandro, 119.
Gassner, Pat Barry, Judy White. FLIGHT D: Ladies' Day, Blondes vs.
4.) Cherie Hamner, Corrine Osicki, 1.) Nancy Harrison. Brunettes
JanConrad, PatLawlor. 2.)NormaYoder. April17 Tarpons support
5.) ManyAnne SanJuan, Sandy 3.) Marrianne Gassner. Winner: Brunettes .
Howard, Carol Smith, Bev McIntosh. 4.) Herb Husnick. CarolTaylor, Jane R delay for Life
* Men's League 5.) Sandy Howard, Norma Yoder. Threlkeld, Dottie Bovill,
April 2 *9-Hole Scramble Nancy Anderson, Carol
FLIGHT A: April 15 Carriere, Carol Fisher, Maxine By JESSICA BENNETT
1.) Gordon FoCh. 1.) Jim Brown, Jeanne Brown, Doug Zartarian, Deb Nemesi, Lori CHS JUNIOR (harlotte High School juniors Amber Jelen,
3.) Dave Vigdal, Don Clements. 2.) Jerry Hunter, Lynn Hunter, Allan Rothbauer, Nicki DiSandro, Relay for Life is an event put on every Hannah Ryals and Druonna Grace participated
FLIGHT B: Griswold, Julie Griswold. Ann Rezek, Vivian Hendricks, year to help raise money in the search in the Punta Gorda Relay for Life event.
1.)LikHenry 3. Phionad, J rSara Croak, Carol Weston, of finding a cure for cancer. Each year,
1.) Mike Henry. 3.) Phil Leonard, Jack Orr, Herb JuyMnIS.tashr gottecm uiyae
2.) Bob SanJuan, Bill Brandt, Larry Husnick, Kitty Husnick. Judy Mau, 155. teams throughout the community are "I was on the Cure Catchers team,"
Marks. Ladies'League formed to come up with ideas to raise said Natasha Drayton, a junior. "We sold
Maks Lais'Legua ROTONDA GOLF & funds. ...
3.) Paul Nicholls. April 16 dream catchers, baked goods and water."
4.) Carl Millerschoen,Tim Murphy, 1.) Deb Bums,5haron Mars,andy COUNTRY CLUB Relays are held at multiple schools, When asked if Relay was something
Ron Olson. Howard, Maggie Hart. 3 Clubs and Charlotte High School is the site for positive for the community, many
* Scramble 2.) Carol Romaine, Lynn Powers, Bev April 19 the Punta Gorda event, which took place members who attended Relay agree that
April 5 McIntosh, Ann Alcorn. FLIGHT A: April 5-6. without Relay many people would never
1.) Patrick Cataldo, Vic Martel, 3.) Babe Aherns, Erika Kallweit, 1.) Al Gagnon, 64. "Relay is an event where everyone have an opportunity to help those who
Paula Allton, Jocelyn Honan. Marilyn Faber. Andrea Millerschoen. 2.) John Calcott, 64. comes together to raise money for a cure are struggling in their community. With
2.) Phil Leonard, Thomas 4.) Ruth Defour, Becky laquinta, 3.) Bill Dennis, 65. for cancer and to acknowledge those cancer unfortunately being one of the
Fernandes, Richard Taylor. Amy Loughman, Pat Lawlor. FLIGHT B: who are struggling with it," said CHS most common causes of death today,
3.) Robert Paul, Joyhn Bubolz, 5.) Jeanne Brown, Carol Smith, Sue 1.) Dick Saunders, 57. junior Victoria Lee. many students at Charlotte know or
Bettye Brumit, Ken Murray. Leffingwell, Jocelyn Honan. 2.) Mike Freitas, 57. Many Charlotte students dedicated have known someone with cancer.
* Ladies' League Men's League 3.) Jerry Beyer, 58. themselves this year to rally a team. "I think Relay is a positive thing
April 9 April 16 FLIGHTC: Charlotte students from the Student because it brings everyone together to
1.) Pam Morrison, Elba Brandt, FLIGHT A: 1.) Dave Best, 55. Government Association, Mock Trial, help find a cure and support cancer
Cherie Hanmer, Joan Cullen, Lucienne 1.) John Sacco. 2.) Art Frezza, 57. Future Farmers of America and the (research)," said Natasha Drayton, a
Jessen. 2.) Mike Marella, Ron Marker, Jon 3.) Wayne Mengel, 64. yearbook, to name a few, had teams at junior. "I know a lot of family members
2.) Marion Jinkens, Pat Folio, 0emig. Scramble this year's all-night event. When a team and friends with cancer, and that is one
Marg MacDougal, Patti Orrigo, Rhea FLIGHT B: April 21 is created, members decide what they of the reasons I attend Relay."
Fleishman. 1.) Paul Nicholls. 1.) William Tait, Robert can contribute to the ongoing fight For more information about Relay for
3.) Joan Ebbens, Donna Tattar, 2.) Ken Pelto. Bowen, John Morsch, 34. against cancer. Life, visit
Carol Smith, Carol Chesser, Cheryl 3.) Ron Olsen, Tom Fernandes, Jerry 2.) Jim Jones, Len Kolden,
Fogg. Hunter, Jim Williamson. John Vanzutphen, Charles
4.) Pat Lawlor, BevMcntosh, Linda Elliott,p35. High school relationships the good and the bad
. Men's League CLUB No. 3: Brad Gordon; Hole No. By MORGAN TRACY extra activities and a relationship at the
April 9 Hole-in-One 8: Robert Bowen. CHS JUNIOR same time."
FLIGHT A: April 22 Relationships are not the easiest things School can be very stressful on students.
1.) Tom Tiedemann. John Leppek aced Hole 0 ST. ANDREWS SOUTH in the world. Some last, some do not. For "Relationships in high school are a very
2.) Ron Marker. No. 11 from 143 yards using GOLF CLUB high school students, balancing a job, a difficult job to manage and maintain all
3.) Rich Bodenschatz. an 8-iron. It was witnessed Ladies'18-Hole, Step partner, sports and grades all at the same at once," said Janine Matheis, a junior at
4.) Cal Hersom, Fred Hart. by Mac Miller, Rich Blakley Aside Scramble time can be very stressful. CHS. "If your relationship
FLIGHT B: and Pete Carlis. April 17 Some students agree with falls through, you have to re-
1.) Tom Fernandes. 1.) Janet Piepenbrink, having high school rela- member that school doesn't
2.) Tony Orrigo. 0 KINGSWAY COUNTRY Judy Plevin, Muriel tionships and others do not fall through and that this
3.) Ron Olsen. CLUB Lomenick, Karol Abell, 51.7. just because of their beliefs one person is not the end of
4.) Larry Marks, Tommy Shannon. Sunday Couples, 2 Best 2.) Trudy Cheatham, Peg as well as their priorities. your world. You always have
5.) Roy Howard, Tim Murphy. of 4 Headley, Edith Brady, 52.5. "I think relationships to remember your future."
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- r" Painting a difference in Punta Gorda
Y ~~~~ ~ .!_ Tolunteers took up paint brushes and rollers April 26 for the first- of-its-kind
SPaint Your Heart Out event, which was organized by TEAM Punta Gorda, Donnell Bates
I Comcast Cares, Charlotte County Habitat for Humanity, Deep Creek Com-
.. munity Church and numerous area businesses. As a result of the day's activities, 1
nine homes and the Blanchard House Museum of African American History and
COMM U NI TY BAT Culture were spruced up.
Donnell Rates is a freelance
PU TAGO DAON THE COVER: Volunteers Phil Sanders, Kathy Platt and Cathie Allie paint the porch of the phtapeonnelates h erotmalc
Blanchard House Museum of African American History and Culture. phtgahe.lnaahra
From the Punta Gorda Fire Station, bike medics Jim Klages,
Danny Felico and Fire Marshall Jennifer Molnar made their
~rounds during the Paint Your Heart Out event.
Volunteers spend the day at the Blanchard House Museum of African American History and Culture.
RIGHT: Joining together .
for a group photo are Board member Clover Virgo and Martha Biredla, the executive
the coordinators and director for the Blanchard House Museum of African Amer-
committee members Jan History and Culture, pose for a photo beside a picture of
responsible for making I .. Martha's mom, Bernice Russell, who was the driving force in
the Paint Your Heart Out ......... ....opening the museum.
event a success.
BELOW: The Secret Life
of Bees Book Club made
up a team to tackle some
painting for the Paint Your W
Heart Out event. Here,-.
they are waiting for lunch... ...
at Deep Creek Community...- -
Church, which offered the
use of the church as a home
base throughout the day. :..
~~~~RIGHT: In charge of J' f
~~painting the bird house
, at the Blanchard House 4V
P IP-- Museum of African Amer-
i ican History and Culture is
L i 1 volunteer Wanda Bailey.
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Punta Gorda accolades continue
Edna Kelly has been selling her herbs at the Punta Gorda
wih e hath atn History Park for about 2years. She is one of about30Ovendors
w ith ne health ratingthatse up atthe park everySunday.
F or at least the past decade, Punta Barbara Bean-Mellinger these communities to promote healthy activities.
Gorda has been receiving acco- weight," stated Dr. John Armstrong, Punta Gorda Pathways is an example
lades as being among the best [B1]( Florida's surgeon general and the of one of the programs that sets Punta
places to live. It has garnered spots on secretary of health, in a press release Gorda apart. Paths that can be used by
lists of the top 50 and top 100 places to announcing the honor. bicyclists, pedestrians and their pets
live, one of the best small cities, among Barbara Bean-Mellinger is a Mitchell Austin, an urban plan- traverse the city and connect one end
the hottest retirement areas, the best freelance writer. Contact her at ner for the city, spearheaded the to another. Harborwalk encircles the
healthy place to retire (U.S. News 2008) batbr~diqrqalcm effort for Punta Gorda to participate city, while Linear Park makes a scenic
and a finalist in the "Most Beautiful" ( br~elne~mi~o. as a Healthy Community Weight route of the old railway right-of-ways.
category of Rand McNally's 2013 Best Deateto elh elhet Champion. Dr. Henry M. Kurban, di- Add to these the bicycle routes that
of the Road contest. And that's just Weighmt Fod InitatiThs ideais rector of the Charlotte County Health take riders over the bridges and all
naming a few. WihFlrdIntaieTeiea Department, was also recognized for around town, and it's easy to see how
None of this is news to those who of the program is to bring together his role. the city has made opportunities for
live here. In fact, some readers may state agencies, local governments, "The city has participated in the staying active a priority.
have checked out Punta Gorda be- nonprofit organizations, businesses, Community Health Improvement The city also promotes community
cause of one of these lists and found schools, faith-based organizations and Plan (CHIP) initiative with Florida gardens and farmers markets. The
their new home as a result. communities "... to help citizens make Health Charlotte County (formerly the foot traffic at the downtown Farmers
Recently, the city received another informed choices about healthy eating Charlotte County Health Department) Market on Saturdays and the Punta
honor. Punta Gorda was one of only and active living." since its inception in 2010," Austin Gorda History Park on Sundays shows
37 communities in Florida named "Efforts to improve health are often said. "CHIP developed an action plan how the city has promoted the markets
a 2014 Healthy Weight Community most effective at the local level and for improving community health vigorously and how the community
Champion. the department wants to recognize through planning and partnerships in has embraced them.
The program is part of the Florida the outstanding progress made by 2012 ... Since 2012, the Florida Health Being named a nealthyWeight
Charlotte County has been working to Community Champion "... goes
10 H N N ALimplement the action items identified hand in hand with all the work we're
0_rH N U tin the plan." trying to do to have everyone go out
H I I C S E T V A LThrough the chronic disease and enjoy the community and lead a
sub-committee, Punta Gorda has healthier lifestyle," said City Manager
H I I CS F E T Vt focused on increasing access to Howard Kunik.
GILCHRMST PARK healthy foods, reducing smoking and Find out more about the Healthiest
encouraging active lifestyles, such Weight Florida program by visiting
PU NTA GORDA as bicycling, walking and other daily
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Volunteers make oyster egg reefs for Peace River
0ooo,,St st. n ta t i[;e ... ........ __ I DparmenHERALD PHOTOS BY DONNELL BATES
LEFT: Holding a bag of oyster shells to be used as
...... al a habitat, or reef, for the oyster eggs is Kate Aug,
.... i the community outreach coordinator with the
Ito Ha^ b/u Florida Deatetof Environmental Protection
Done/Baesis feeaoe and Charlotte Harbor Aquatic Preserves. She is
photgrap ... Cotc her.... at.... helped by visitor David Greenlee.
or Coastal Awareness Day, which ... ..... ,::
was celebrated on April 26, the ti:: i:
Florida Department of Environ-
mental Protection, Charlotte Harbor
Aquatic Preserves, the Nature Conser- 5 i
vancy, Busy Bee Early Learning Center ,i ...
and many volunteers combined their ... q-
efforts at the Laishley Marina in Punta........
Gorda. Together, they made experi- ...
mental oyster mats out of oyster shells,
some of which were fossilized. The mats
will serve as a reef, or habitat, for the x
eg th at a e e d n r d .ABOVE: Anne Birch, m arine conservation director
~for the Nature Conservancy, and Barbara Wilson,
.....................director of marketing for the Nature Conservancy Florida and Georgia, helped out with the nearly
~200 visitors that came out for Coastal Awareness
.... Day at Laishley Marina.
........ L
Volunteer Maggie Swetkoff shows one of the many mats she completed ,
for Coastal Awareness Day at Laishley Marina on April 26. ;
Volunteer Judy Ott carries buckets of oyster RIGHT: Offering their assistance for the day are Jennifer ) ,
shells to be attached to the mats for a habitat Badillo, Shari Ewing and Sheryl Jones, all representing the
for the endangered oyster eggs to gestate. Busy Bee Early Learning Center. I.
RIGHT: Guest Bonnie = /;;
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LEFT: Jill and Steve Sanders, Julie Please Donate Clean, Usable Items.
Michele Moe volunteered their day
to help make the experimental
C... mats for the Peace River.
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Cartoonist calls iiiiiiiiii
Punta Gorda home
S ome passions take form at a young mTon ..... ..
age and last a lifetime. For Art Haw- Maiy -TtE Udrf
ldns, that couldn't be more true. / 7 ..
His love of drawing cartoons started
at the age of 7. More than 70 years later < .. -
the Punta Gorda resident is still putting 1
his ideas onto paper with bright colors, Marilyn Thorndycraft writes about ..
catchy designs and witty words. the local art scene. Contact her at
"I drew my first cartoon when I was
7 years old, and I still have it," Hawkins
said. Korean War, business beckoned and he
Born and raised in New York City, began working for an advertising agency.
Hawkins' creativity came naturally, as It was a career that lasted through his
his father was an artist and his mother retirement, often pushing his love of
was a writer. His father was friends cartooning into the back seat. HERALD PHOTOS BY MARILYN THORNDYCRAFT
w ith fam ous cartoon ist Ed C arter, w h o D urin g his career, H aw kin s lived L f l n a t o i tA t H w i s m k sh sc e t o sa i o es u i n P n aG r a
created national strip "Just tKlds." This 2 years in London before traveling Lfln atoitAtHwismkshscetosa i oesui nPnaGra
connection helped shape Hawkins' around the world on assignment for var- Hawkins, McCain & Blumenthal, and he i ""
desire to start drawing. ious advertising agencies, seeing exotic started a magazine enterprise.
Throughout his schooling, Hawkins places that would soon show up in his In 1970, he produced what he consid- ., .. .e f ..
concentrated on art. However, after vol- cartoons. He eventually opened his own ers his crowning achievement: the Urban ,i
unteering for military service during the agency in New York, which was called Coalition's documentary called "Love
................... It Comes in All Colors," which won
~the grand prize for documentaries at the
SGU Cannes Film Festival.
WK T S UT" 'rALK Al T A man of many talents, Hawkins
r seems to be surrounded by creativity.
AT' TK ENP) OF T HE bAVf Wife Kathy is a writer, one daughter is
a movie producer and another is a pro-...
..............ducer at ABC TV Network in New York.
Four equally talented sons are scattered .._..
across the country.
The couple often spent their get-away
time in Point 'O Woods on Fire Island,
fib) New York. He even authored three books
~of photographs and cartoons about the -
island. 01W 1~
2 ~ ~~~~~~~When it came time to retire, the"cS O ,' o -'
; Hawkins decided to seek sun and sand
.... i- i Floida.Cartoonist Art Hawkins is known for his
~~~~~~~~~"We traveled down the east coast, corfliaeyndwtyies
finding it too glitzy and Key West was ...
too, well, touristy," he said. "But when we
I arrived in Punta Gorda, we saw school
~buses and a railroad track running
through this charming small city."
~Two months later they were owners of
{ a Punta Gorda Isles home, where they
now reside. J
Hawkins recently released a book
of his latest cartoons, called "What
Mosquitos Talk About at the End of the T
: ... Day." The books are being sold for $26 a
piece and can be ordered by calling k
C&RGraphics, Inc., at 941-624-3713 or
....... 'by sending an email to crgraph(Odaystar.
~RIGHT: Since the age of 7, Art Hawkins has
' P I" '1 / I been creating cartoons. He recently compiled........
Mosquitosron Talk About nat the okEndld of the htDay."
Cartoonist Art Hawkins just released a new book -'1hat Mosquitos Talk About at the End of
the Day:." ..... .
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The intersection of U.S. 41 and Airport Road/Pompano Terrace has bike trails, pedestrian crossings, stoplights and high vehicle counts. It is a good example of why the city needs volunteers to help
count walkers and pedestrians.
FROM PAGE 1 Several bikers race down U.S. Highway 17
in Punta Gorda during the annual Wheels &,
Vehicle traffic is simple enough to Gordon Bower is a freelance writer Wings cycling event. The annual event is just
collect; cars and trucks stay on the and photographer. Contact him at one of the many to bring bicyclists to the
pavement, where automated traffic gbwromate.roadways in Punta Gorda.
counts are easy to conduct. It's a differ- 9bwrcmatnt
ent story with bicycles and pedestrians, .........
Human eyeballs are needed to count
walkers and cyclists, who crisscross-,
intersections and traverse streets in all
directions and often in groups. ",FILE PHOTOS
Mitchell Austin is the city's bicycle JA group of bicyclists head south on Nesbit
and pedestrian coordinator, and his .. Street during a bicycling event in Punta
duties include conducting surveys to -....ora
collect the bike and pedestrian counts. [ t
He said, "City Council passed a yet, and we need people to come in
resolution in September of last yearonM dathfihfrafemnus
modeed o theComleteStrets of training, count orientation and
policies that have been adopted by materials. We provide all the materials,
400 other communities nationwide,.t and volunteers need to bring their own
This will be our third count at 15 = ,sunglasses, sunscreen, hat and water.
intersections throughout the city where They will be stationed at intersections
we would like data. We used staff and throughout the city; we don't want to
volunteers from the last two counts in bias the results by giving them out in
mid-January and mid-March, primarily advance."
bicycle and pedestrian advocacy/corn- You can reach him at mastin('
munity-people knowledgeable about .. or 941-575-3335. Meanwhile,
walking and biking." Bicyclists hit the road during the Pedal and Play in Paradise event this year. The annual event is take some advice from local bicycle
At a policy level, Austin said the just one of the many to bring bicyclists to the roadways in Punta Gorda. advocate and computer guru Court
data, over time, allows staff to evaluate Nederveld, a volunteer who's partici-
the existing pedestrian and bicycle more bike lanes or other solutions." of volunteers to keep costs down pated in two counts.
environment and to measure the need The counts also play into the and is looking for volunteers to do a He said, "I volunteered because I
for structural or operational changes city's participation in the League of minimum 2-hour shift (7 a.m. to 9 a.m., was intrigued by the city collecting
caused by capital improvements, such American Bicyclists' Bicycle -Friendly noon to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.) data. Nothing happens without data. It
as the new bike trails. Community program. Austin point- counting bikes and pedestrians at one wasn't difficult. I just sat and watched
"Let me give you an example," he ed out, "What sort of planning and of the 15 intersections. Up to three people go by. I was very surprised by
said. "We could see a lot of bicycle and evaluation you do is one of the key shifts are allowed for those who want the high numbers at my intersection,
pedestrian traffic at a certain intersec- components for being declared bicy- to do more. He needs a total of 25 to 30 Aqui Esta and Bal Harbor (Boulevard).
tion, which could cause us to look at cle-friendly. Conducting manual and counters to cover all the locations for There were also far more bikes than
a pedestrian signal and make sure it's automated counts is something they the May 6 count. pedestrians, which suggests that traffic
sufficient. On the more expensive end look for. If you are doing counts, they Potential volunteers reading this has gone up considerably since the
of the spectrum, if we see a lot of traffic know you are serious about improving story need to contact Austin frame- new infrastructure projects."
in an area is bike and not pedestrian, the infrastructure." diately if they want to help. He said, He continued, "It's one of those civic
that indicates we might need some Austin needs to expand the number "We haven't hit our volunteer target things you do just because it helps."
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top roads. "AVerySpecial head door. Salt water pool REDUCED'
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Shingles can recur, REX MORGAN By Woody Wilson and Terry Beatty
am in my 60s. About 40 --
years ago, I had a case
of shingles. Can shingles
reoccur, or having once
had it am I protected from
having it again? I've been
given conflicting informa-
tion about whether I need 1.....
to be vaccinated. M.E
I heard a report from a
recent study that said a ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman
person who has shingles The uncontrollable facial A o @( SoM5 ANPA IF tx)
to suffer a stroke. Would heartbreaking to observe, WtF'O1 [ 15-U t7 FOUNTA N ID[
you please explain why? and for the patients to WPI
- A.L.R. suffer. Tardive dyskinesia's
ANSW ER: Shingles is m anifestations profoundly W ..............
a disease caused by the alter quality of life that any
reactivation of varicella risk of developing irre-
zoster virus, the virus for versible tardive dyskinesia
chickenpox, which lays would far outweigh any
dormant in the body for benefit of controlling
years or even decades. GERD. P.C.
Shingles itself is painful, ANSWER: Tardive dyski-
but the most feared nesia is a late (more than
complication has been one month, often years
post-herpetic neuralgia, after starting) side effect GARFIELD By Jim Davis
which can be horrifically of some medications, LIZ IS COMING MAYBE I SHOOLP THINK SHE'LL WANT
painful and can last for especially antipsychotic OVER TONIGHT TIDY OP A CLEAN FORK?
months, especially in older medications, usually used
people. for schizophrenia, and
In January 2014, re- also including metoclopr- LETS NOT
searchers in the UK found amide. Tardive dyskinesia GET GRAZY,
an increased risk of stroke manifests through abnor- HERE...
and other vascular disease, mal movements, espe-
including heart attack, in cially of the mouth and
people who'd had shingles face, but also may include
before the age of 40. The limbs, neck and trunk.
study could not answer Chewing movements of
why, but previous research the mouth, tongue pro-
has shown that blood trusion and smacking of FRESHLY SQUEEZED By Ed Stein
vessels in the brain can be the lips are very common. THIS PROGRAM LETS IT'S USTOMIZep SGG IT MINIMIZE UH IT'S NOT VERY
affected by the virus that As you point out, once it US SGG WHAT IT'LL POP COLOVAPI'S THE LAWN ANP W.414, 15 IT?
causes shingles. There may occurs, it may stay forever; LOOK LIKG WHGN W 4ARSH IMATG. RGP.AGS IT WITH
be a role for the antibodies however, if it is recognized RG-LAN1PSAPS PROU&HT-TOLGRANT OH, THAT'S WHAT
produced by the body as early and the offending OUR YARVP. PLANTS. ITU LOOK LIVE
well. medication stopped HAILSTON1.
It is clear that people immediately, 50 percent to
with shingles at an early 90 percent of patients may (' r
age should be even more remit.
careful about other risk It is not clear how many
factors for stroke, especial- people taking metoclopr-
ly smoking, blood pressure amide will develop tardive
and cholesterol. A pre- dyskinesia. I have read
vious history of shingles estimates ranging from
does not guarantee against less than one in 100 to 29 MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and Joe Giella
further episodes, so the percent. 'f ANI-OR IS LEAVING 11-7 AT
vaccine is recommended I agree with you that sOON! I'LL. HAV4E TO ASK THE POES HE FLOORSRESTROOMT 0 SUGGEST
at age 60 with or without we need to be much OTHER STAFF TO PICK MP P0T LK..- AN P SOMEONE TO
a history of shingles in the more cautious about L REHI:RE! TH AT!
past. The recommenda- using this medication.
tion for shingles vaccine It is not recommended ,,
may change: The vaccine to take metoclopramide
has a Food and Drug for more than 12 weeks.
Administration indication For the antipsychotics, -
for ages 50-59, but is not using smaller doses and
recommended by the stopping immediately on
Advisory Committee. suspecting the condition
DEAR DR. ROACH: I am may prevent permanent 6 w,'-,
interested in your input symptoms.
regarding the commonly READERS: The booklet DILBERT By Scott Adams
prescribed metroclo- on Alzheimer's disease
pramide (Reglan). I gives a detailed presenta- MY PROTECT I5 COMING DO YOU REALLY EXPECT I NO, BUT APPARENTLY
researched possible side tion of this common ill- ALONG GREAT. EVERY- ME TO BELIEVE THAT YOU BELIEVE I WORK,
effects of this recom- ness. Readers can obtain a THING 15 ON TIME EVERYTHING YOU'RE AND I DIDN-T SEE THAT
mended medication prior cop by writing: Dr. Roach AND UNDE BUDGET.~ WORKING ON IS GOING COMING EITHER.
to taking the first dose. No. 903, Box 536475, ,OTILYs
I was horrified to find Orlando, FL 32853-6475. ] J
tardive dyskinesia (and its Enclose a check or money / c
irreversible complications) order (no cash) for $4.75 8 1 C i L
cited. As a speech pathol- U.S./$6 Can. with the
ogist, my patients have recipient's printed name 8
included those afflicted and address. Please allow
with Huntington's disease. four weeks for delivery. .

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BLONDIE By Dean Young and John Marshall
Now arrange the circled letters -
to form the surprise answer, as
suggested by the above cartoon.
.UTTS By Patrick McDonnell
Print answer here: II S.2
(Answers tomorrow) M 0 CY/S
Yesterday's Jumbles: ELDER BLESS AFLOAT UPROOT +Odly 1n
Answer: The couch had turned into a- Dear Di
Emergency clothes for kids
Dear Heloise: I was go- -- -- -$sedd ?n asoH.
ing through my children's S tn z sN
clothes and was about to ,
throw out several pairs of
pants that had developed
holes in the knees, since I BABY BLUES By Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott
didn't think a thrift store
would want clothing with CN YOU YGP ) ldD BS
holes. Then I remem-I 10 ON 00 WO4 16, ME t
bered our school nurse k-0 rut OT
lamenting the fact that Hints from Heloise v O 09 '
she never had enough sZ
pants to put on the kids N Wlk. ~ *
at school who had spilled paper on the table under
on or soiled their pants your work when replacing
and needed a clean pair. a screw on your eyeglass-
She was very happy to es. The paper "brightens
accept these pants to up" your work area. And -
keep in the health office when you drop that tiny :
for these situations. I screw the third and fourth
would encourage other time, you'll see it right DOONSBURY By Garry Trudeau
parents to call their local away on top of that white
elementary school to paper! ED. Logan in tMN At OVR a
see if they also would be New Mexico X/5 MA IN MM/M*VN A5 M, V0 MA
willing to accept clothing M A Ae 4 P A6 C177WITr oe FRi4 s A r7
donations rather than Easy clean W 9AP Rla W
throwing them out! aArts er 4Ao me yOKA?
Carol, via e-mail Dear Heloise: I clean 7 CA/## SCRPPY MS 60,e4tMRr K W/7 ( A/Y
my walk-in shower stall REF/d-fS. I 7 NOT
Travel hint with a stiff broom. I spray
the stall with a cleaner, let
Dear Heloise: The it sit awhile, then scrub
lack of humidity in New with the broom. It gets
Mexico would cause me into all the corners and
to have bloody noses and grout lines, and the long
chapped skin. Since we handle makes it easy to
were traveling, I did not get all of it standing up. FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston
have a humidifier, so I Cecile B., Englewood,
had to improvise. I would Fla. WOAI DD IT I MADE SUT MtE, I Ti,'IOUGHT MR 'S DA I 03.N
wet a hand towel, wring E DH TO \4) EIARNIG HER 1HIN
it out and hang it in the Snack bowl oM1 8 Mo U HUH.
hotel room. In the morn- U*Aa)PW I cmks
ing, the towel would be Dear Heloise: I use pa- GI BAR FT!
mostly dry, and I would per coffee filters as snack
not have a bloody nose or bowls for the grandkids.
dry skin. -- Fernanda, via They also are great for
email putting hot sausage, "
bacon and burgers on,
Clever idea because they collect the
grease. Then you can just
Dear Heloise: Place toss them. -- Carol L. in .........o..
a sheet of white printer Virginia ..........

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Kids are collateral damage MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley
in wife's war on marriage
and I both served in Y g Vv, pA the military. When she
returned from Egypt 19 A Gr
months ago, she dropped AAY,,,
a bomb on me, saying she A IAN
didn't want to be married
anymore. She said she had
settled for second best all -
her life and that's what she
had done with me. She Dear Abby PEANUTS By Charles Schulz
went on to say she knows I'HN q oN -AAMS DTHEY DO HURT! 0RE TN
there's someone better 6HU LD610PST NG, CA HURT! RIDCULOU. T HE=1 'NAA AN CRAZ. THEY AN IF y
than me out there, and of the students here; many Yj "NA jM A SECOME fNFEC D..
she's going to find him. are adults who are chang- REALLY NHT TH T
All the evidence points to ing careers or getting the CZ? ANY0p- C
an affair, which she denies education they've always
- constant trips out of wanted. V6Cv442 tes
town, emails and phone One woman in my class w V Q*
calls. We are now living has a habit of bringing herI2 s :.,-
paycheck to paycheck. We toddler with her. I under-
have no more savings and stand that sitters can be CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers
I'm paying all the expenses unreliable and child care is
when it comes to the kids. expensive, but this disrupts TO 156A 5 oW I" A... I CUUIDAV6 6 FVE
She retired a year ago and the class and I know TOLFK...q" THE a (.6 YTHR E R F5
refuses to get a job worthy it distracts the mother,
of her experience. The as well. She often has to 5
worst part is, our kids have get up mid-lesson when
suffered. her child needs to use the
We have been separated restroom.
ever since she got back. I don't want to step on
She says our kids aren't toes or intrude in people's
worth her trying to save personal lives, but college
our marriage. Our close is no place for an unruly -
friends and family are toddler. How can I handle /f I
still shocked, but no one this? STUDENT IN NEW
more than me. It has been YORK SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie
caused me to have a break- wholeheartedly agree with THROUG79 COLL..EE. DAUGHER-SWAY, T00.
down. Everything I do now you that toddlers do not D......_'S W TO
is to lessen the impact on belong in college lectures
our kids. What advice can where they distract the
you offer me? TRYING students. This is something
TO COPE IN VIRGINIA that should be discussed
DEAR TRYING TO with whomever is conduct-
COPE: Please accept my ing the class, and if that
sympathy. Your marriage doesn't fix the problem,
is over and you have to with the dean.
accept it. PS. Some colleges have
If you haven't consulted baby-sitting facilities on 5/2
a lawyer, you should do it campus.
NOW to figure out what DearAbby is written by
your responsibility- and AbigailVanBuren, also JANRIC CLASSIC SUDOKU
HERS will be to the known as Jeanne Phillips,
children once your divorce and wasfounded by her Fill in the blank cells using numbers 1 to 9. Each number can appear only once in each row,
is final. They should be mother Pauline Phillips. column and 3x3 block. Use logic and process elimination to solve the puzzle. The difficulty
cared for by the parent who Write DearAbby at www. level ranges from Bronze (easiest) to Silver to Gold (hardest).
is willing and able to give or PO. Box
them stability, and the law- 69440, Los Angeles, CA 7 5 4 8 Rating: SILVER
yer can help you determine 90069.
this. From your description To order "How to Write Solution to 5/1/14
of your wife, that would be Letters for All Occasions,"
you, while she searches for send your name and 6 2 9 4 8 5 7 3 1
someone she"deserves." mailingaddress, plus 1 5 7 4 8 1 5 9 3 7 6 2 4
Personally, I hope she finds check or money order for a
him, because the way she $7 (U.S. funds) to: Dear 3 1 5 3 4 7 2 1 6 5 8 9
has treated you has been Abby- Letter Booklet, PO. 5
brutal. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 6 5 1 4 6 8 1 5 3 2 9 7
DEAR ABBY: I'm a 61054-0447 Shippingand 7 3 2 8 4 9 1 6 5
student in a community handling are included in 5 3 n 9
college. I enjoy the diversity the price. 5 3 9 5 1 7 6 2 3 4 8
6 8 2 7 2 8 4 3 7 1 9 5 6
- i 1 9 6 5 2 8 4 7 3
"Son of man, these men have set up their idols in 5 4 5 7 3 6 9 4 8 1 2
their heart, and put the stumbling block of their iniq-
uity before their face: should I be inquired of at all by 7 9 3 2
them?"- Ezekiel 14:3.
Idols in our hearts can hinder our walk with God. 5/2/14
Repent and forsake these idols and follow the Lord
with all your heart. Venice Gondolier readers: Look for the puzzle solution in the Our Town section
history? It may seem like overkill, and yet closure are those around you who claim otherwise, and you dozen small ways, especially if it'syour job to care talent for relating to misfits.Your life will be
HO ROS OP E_ will be linked to a symbolic gesture. will do well to avoid them. for, educate or feed people. made richer by your experiences on the
ARIES (March 21-April 19). Usually it is pointless CANCER (June 22-July 22). You're not worried about LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You'll lean on your com- CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Consistency is what fringe.
to wonder after the fact whether a deal you made what's in it for you, and that's precisely why you'll municative talents. Whatever your role, you relate matters now.The job at hand is not easy, nor is it TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (May 2). You'll be persuasive
is a good one. However, today provides you with a be promoted to a position ofauthority.People trust better to the role of"friend"and"companion"than hard. It does, however, take a great deal of integrity and outspoken as you take charge ofyour personal
certain amount of wiggle room.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You don't have to that you'll make an impact that benefits all. you do to the title you're supposed to be filling. to keep showing up strong time after time. life this year. Because you make proper use of
change to meet the demands swirling around you. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You've already overcome SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You'll handle respon- AQ}UARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). It's the little things what's in hand this month, you'll be given more
You're the stable rock in the middle now, and more enough in your life to realize that some ofthe things sibilities and chores with the aplomb of a person that bond you to a certain person the private resources in June. In July, you'll play a high stakes
than one person will anchor around you. that people call"obstacles"are merely speed bumps planning on running for office. You're not in it for the joke, the opinion you share with a glance, the game. The stylish choices you make in September
GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Do you really need in the road that are best taken slowly glory or the votes, though thought that pops into both ofyour minds at once. will lead to special invitations. Cancer and Scorpio
someone to perform a ritual of contrition and VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).You live in a great SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21).You'll inspire PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20).You have a soft people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 3, 22,
appeasement in order to help you move past hurtful moment in history among admirable people.There smiles and provide relief.You'll be successful in a spot for the oppressed or abandoned and a 24, 38 and 18.

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0226 42- P4RSTER Sportster TOMATO, ZUCCHINI g.pep- pressor $300 941475-3626
DSPRTRSrttr per, dill plants 6-10 inch $1LO4
ANTIQUES shop manual 70's on $15 94-1-l582a06 BASKETBALL GOAL
COLLECTIBLES 941-468-3488 sand/water base $15 941- SPAS WHOLE SALE
6070 LIP'S AND 45'S 100'S EXC X-MAS CACTUS Medium,Very 423-6979 TO PUBLIC
COND THE WHO ETC $300 healthy. 10 941-629-4973 BOAT INFLATABLE 10 S HME
941-391-6090 GOLF ACCESSORIES Achilles inflatable $460 941- SARASOTA FAIR
w/handle.bottom st $85 941- (600) $30 $30 941-585-8149 7 yUs 9- CK86 -99 164 6125 COLEMAN 3 burner stove SHOW 941-421-0395
MEXICAN POTTERY DISHES Nice Shape light use 941-276-
NEED CASH? "1970's".from Juarez,mexi MUSICAL 4425 $50 941-276-4425
Have A Garage $75 941-235-2203 6090BOYS GOLF k 20 941-627- FIREWOOD No camping
Sale! MIRROR MICHELOB trip is complete without it!
16"x24" vintage collector $85 FACTORY RECONDITIONED Pine, Oak, or Citrus
2 BOXES of LP records rock 941-697-6592 2011 "Red" Club Car DS Split, Bundled, and ready for
doo-wop country 941-276- 100 W radio shack amp Great New Rear Seat, Windshield the fire m
4425MOTOR'S AUTO repair rnanu- amp 4 chnl 941-276-4425 and Lights. 6-8 Volt Batteries 941-468-4372 **SAS & MORE*
al 1948 $25 941-468-3488 $70 941-276-4425 48 Volt System. Top & Charg- AYS OVER
ANTIUES, ART" SILVER NEWSPAPER 100 yr. old. CD 400 classical cd $100 er. $3675 941-716-6792 TENNIS RACQUET HEAD I S
NEW ENGLAND ANTIQUES London Times. TTANTIC Great 941-255-1535 NO Text Please COVERS WILSON. $30 941PA E
(941) 639-9338 gift. $25 941-488-8531 GARAGE KEPT 918-1239 ma
boardfoot board $300 941- Good Condition $35 6095 48 Volt, New Trojan Batter- HAYWARD C500 Body With
258-0654 941-255-0087 ies 04-23-14. Flip Back Seat 6131 filter, 1-1/2" pipe $90 314-
ANTIQUE WHEEL chair full OX-YOKE HAND carved oak New Tires, Windshield. 609-1540
sizE,1880. $399 941-697- 5' vintage $105 941-697- Lights, Charger &Top. HOT TUB 5-person. Excellent
6553 6592 Full Service 46 gaug.6 a $;Winchester condition $499 941-629-
AUTOGRAPHED PIC POTS & PANS, Cast iron, $ 2895 941-716-6792 30-30 Ranger lever action $425;
AUTaPbHED PC 1PTs &GPANeast ron. 595NO TEXT PLEASE savage 270 w/scope $425; Snub 5244
BuffaloBob/Howdy $55 12pcs. Great shape. $95 nose 38 special"Undercover" POOL HEATER, Haywood,
941-735-1452 941488-5595 GOLF BAG Callaway brand $375; ................ Propane 2 years old $500
BOOK ENDS petrified wood SERVICE MANUAL 1957 new silver/black $75 941- -- --,a... e=.ease 401-523-7911
from Calif. forest $50 941- Chrystler Imperial. $35 941- BATHTUB & SHOWER 743-2656 $0 Ex cond POOL VACUUM ZODIAC G3
585-8149 468-3488 GRAB BARS INSTALLED GOLF BAG Wilson. VG condo 8 1-9079 woses Pool Vac $125 941-
CANE CHAIRS Pair Antique SHINWA WIDEBAND Don't Wait to Fall to Call! Blue/black/pink $30 941- BROWNING 28" 12GA 7641279
Need Recovering $20 Scanner Includes Manual Free In-Home Evaluation 743-2656 Automtic, 3" mag., New, never
941-286-1170 $395 941-735-1452 22 Years Experience GOLF BAG, brand name fired, $800. (941)-624-3162 LAWN & GARDEN
CAT L B S Bagboy $15 941-625-1537 FOR SALE: 500 Rounds
941-626-4296 GOLF BALL monogramer 7.62 x 39 Fresh TULA.
S U N park avenue its new $10 941- $160941-423-7047
CHIROPRACTIC POWER 228-1745 SIG SAUER P239 40 cal B&D EDGEHOG electric good
S U N Massage Table likenew $475 ---- SA/DA, 3 mags $650. Others cond $20 941-474-4013
CAI Ias well. 941-650-5122
C L A SSIFIED $400 Pd BICYCLES/ Firewood- Split, Bundled and
Call 941-473-3577 TRICYCLES ready for the firepit
Pine, Oak, or Citrus,
SWING ARM for lift for a hand- 6135 941-468-4372
icap scooter. Mounts on trailer GOLF CART LIFTED
To Place, Correct, or Cancel Ad hitch. $350 941-460-9265 "BLACK" RECONDITIONED GAS TRIMMER troy- built 4
2011 CLUB CAR DS 3 WHEEL trike $175.00 941- cycle $125 941-204-7747
I Employ Classified! 12' Aluminum Rims & 22' 629-4875 JOE MADDON garden nome
CA LL WHEELCHAIR ELECTRIC r den re et L Lh BICYCLE 20" BOYS $25 new in the box $50 941-228-
WHEELCHAIR ELECTRIC Tinted Windshield and 6 Lift 174LE2" OS 5
Shoprider Jimmie $499 941- 6-8 Volt Batteries 941-697-8160 1745
882-3139 48 Volt System BICYCLE 26",18SP.,GIRLS KUBOTA B3030 HSD Hydro,
Factory Serviced $25 941-697-8160 30 HP, 4 cylinder Diesel, tilt
' HEALTH / BEAUTY -$ 4475- steering, Sold New $17,800
610 I 941-830-5312 BICYCLE BUILT for 2 people Asking $10,500
Fax: 8Please no text messages schwinn $195 941-456-2943 Call 941-812-0809
BEAUTICIAN CHAIRS (2) clubs/bag set ladies' $150 ridden 26" woman's Schwinn UM $300. MULCHER $300.
BA c ChAIR ood c 941-743-2656 three wheel bicycle with rear Call 941-575-0873.
1348 TiA MIAMIE I TI"iR Black & Chrome Good condo. basket. $300 new, asking
$75/ea Joan 941-627-6224 GOLF CLUBS LH Starter set, $150. 423-307-9723. LAWN MOWER 21"self prop
tL1AlTU D~lT CIUn A+,complete/w bag $50 31 5.42337-73 Honda 5 hp $175 941-255-
HEAERI'il~ T 0 Meter Professional mp9-e40wbg$034 BICYCLE MENS 26" Free 195a5h$15912-
L Scales 350 lb capacity $75 Sii odCn.$091
[, r I Jl],] ] 765-365-3202 GOLF CLUBS&BAG mens 423-9371Cod.54 91 LAW MOWER Club Cadet
golfclus an ba vgc$50self-propelled rear $120 941-
ITREES & PLAN'TS 941-698-0729 BICYCLE MENS 26" Schwin 485-0681
6110 GOLF UMBRELLA have two -ch-m37Glears Exc $95LANMWRewHmlt
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propelled 6.75hp $200 941- wheel, Self-propelled $125 shape. $100 941-460-9004 HURRICANESHED.COM
485-0681 941-456-5001 FENCED YARD....
LAWN MOWER TROYBILT self PRESSURE WASHER Excel call: 941-468-4372 941-626-4957
prop w/bag Ivmsg $175 941- Honda Engine 5.5hp $150 WEED WHIP Echo SRM 225 LICENSE # CBCI259336
493-0674 941-485-0681 starts right up $125 941-
21" push 6.75hp $100 941- heavy duty $5 941-585-8149 BUILDINGS Purchase or BUILDINGS Purchase or BUILDING
485-0681 YARD BROOM, CRAFTS- Rent To Own! Free Delivery & Rent To Own! Free Delivery & SUPPLIES
RIDING MOWER MURRAY MAN 42" pull behind. Ex. Set Up. Ask Your Dealer, Set Up. Ask Your Dealer, 6170
LEAF BLOWER Electric Exc 17hp X 42" deck $125 941- Cond. $125 941-627-2285 Mattas Motors About Options Mattas Motors About Options
$15 941-423-9371 625-0340 941-916-9222 941-916-9222
ZERO TURN Grasshopper
MAIL BOX post New Light RIDING MOWER Sears rear 2012. 121 hours run model BALL VALVES,NEW 1/2 &
Wood $5 941-235-9600 engine 10 HP 30" $350 941- 220. Kohler 20hp. 48" Deck 3/4 ips & swt $6 314-609-
Advertise Today! 204-7747 $6,500 860-729-0041 1540
lines ($5.75 ea add'I line)
prey 4-7 days $44.33
rel lines ($5.75 ea add'I line)
004 70 Arcadia
- 6001 Community/Multi-Family
. 2 days $50
V e 601 3 days $60
6 lines ($5.75 ea add'l line)
Anter Rd.
SO. Venice 6005 7 opae u
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7r 6 03 Arcadia
Muroc 494-2434
6002ge SJo a t60 Charlotte
*o r Englewood 601 Pot CHARLOTTE COUNTY
6001 Arcadia Area 76 ea l 429-3110
6002 Englewood Area rove City Englewood
6003 Lake Suzy Area 6 08 77 d t0's 475-220O
6004 Nokomis/Osprey 77 Puna 4
6005 North Port Area Ro nda GoraO Venice
6006 Port Charlotte W 75
6007 Punta Gorda 207-120O
6008 Rotunda Area
6009 Sarasota Area Boca P FREE GARAGE
6010 South Venice Grande FREEcidaG
- 6011 Venice Area SALE SIGN
6014 Gulf Cove restore WITH ANY AD
L" 6005 6006 6006 6007! 6011
FRI-SAT. 8-2 Thur-Sat 9-? 5471 Graves [jFRI. 8-12 & SAT. 8-10 [jFRI. ONLY. 8-? 1013
12331 Benner Ln. Ter. MOVING SALE! Lots of fur- 355 Madrid Blvd. ESTATE Poinciana Rd. Unique
Boat, Marine, Collector niture, unique collectibles, SALE Assisted by the Isles Items, Prices Negotiable
Items & Much More! home decor, etc. 697-4604 Girls and Guys. (Dir: 41S to
MERCHANDISE Madrid; Right to the house at A S K U S
&PUNTA GORDA 355 Madrid Blvd) 2 Leather
GARAGE SALES 12767 S. TAMIAMI TR. ST BLDG A-APT 202. FRIDAY 6007 Mahogany Dresser; Mirror;
Lots Of V It ONLY SECOND FLOOR TAKE Chest & 2 Nightstands; 2 you can place a
Adult & Kios CIothes. ELEVATOR apartment liquida- Queen Bedroom Sets (includes PICTURE
Furniture, Appliances, tion sale everything must go E:]FRI & SAT 9-3 BeICTURE1 igtTale
Funiture, lns, priced to sell make an offer 499 Sorrento Ct Chair); Lanai Glass Table and 4 of your item
SAT. 8-? 201 E Horton House Wares, Toys, Alot of nice items priced to sell chairs; Wall Hangings; Pic- fo se
DEER CREEK MOBILE Books, Tools & Much EISAT 5/3. 9-3. 22268 we have combined 2 homes! tures; Artificial Flowers; 2 Tele- r sa
CLUBHOUSE Much More STATE AV. Assorted cigar visions; TV Stand; Kitchen in your
Estate & Multi Family Seize the sales o baby, women clothes, Table & Chairs; Rugs; Some classified ad!
Y aSae La g vut ariey w i eth e sfied! household, misc. ............... Tools; 3 Beach Chairs; Miscel- 4~
Y FRI-SUN 8-? 771 Coral Drive laneous Kitchen and Garage FRI.-SAT. 8-2 600 Center
f S i e ty wTHU-SUN. 9-5 4682 Forlano e lat. 8-1 246 Orlando Boats, fishing equip., freezer, Items. Buyers are responsible Rd. ESTATE SALE!! New
CiritemsTHU-S. (of B e Dr.Tleo cBlvd. 4 Family Sale!Lots of 40hpmotor, in/out pool table, for removal of purchased Sofas, Tables, King Size Bed
chairs, dog cage, smoker, niture and much more! furniture, variety of household! items. Our cashier has a list of Set, Lamps, Hsld., & MORE!!
office equip. children's & FRI. & SAT 8-12 independent, qualified movers. FRI.-SAT. 9-12 613 S.
Clss' men's clothes (suits), bedding! 1423 Sea Fan Dr., PGI Armada Rd. (Island) 300+
Lots of great items. 10101 Burnt Store Rd, Nice Florida Plants. Plumira,
iSAT. 8-? 2700 Placida Rd. PT. CHARLOTTE/DEEP A little bit of everything. Lot 33 Spring clean out! Bromeliad, Kalanchoe, Oyster,
(Rear of Twin Lobsters) CREEK GARAGE SALES E ]FRI.-SAT. 10-4 1120 Something for everyone! Vincia, Pencil, Snake, Coleus,
NAUTICAL SALE!! 6006 SATURDAY & SUNDAY Lucia Dr. P.G.I. MULTI FAM- oSAT. 8-12 123 East Cactus, Pink Lady, Ferns, Etc.
Sails, Dinghy, Chains, Lines, MAY 3RD & 4TH ILY! Lawn Equipment, Men's E
5 Achos, hars, AM3PMaw, Chalote Ae.New & IGULF COVE/SGC
EVRYHNGhors oat!!3478'PHallcrest Dr. Clothing, 10" Table Saw, Used Movies, Electronics, G R ESA S I
EVERYTnHhNGBu hoat!! FRI-SAT 7-3 3364 Vasser St. (Off Peachland) Household Items & MUCH MORE Comm. Hot Dog Cooker & MORE! G AGE S
F-] SATURDAY ONLY. 8-1 8KW Generator, mower, Port Charlotte FRI.-SAT. 8-1 4bb1 Brickell SAT. 8-12 25477 Mar-6014
4 aia, Gf kitchen appl., glassware, fish- Tommy Bahama Broyhill Dr. Antiques, furniture, on Ave. The Corner of
4 Family, Generator, Golf ing equip., tools & misc. Table & 6 Chairs w/ 2 Lvs. collectibles, household items Marion & Florida Street.
Frames, Household & Lots FRI-SAT 8-2 2437 Green- Matching Buffet & Cab, and more! Rummage Sale! Lots of Stuff! [FRI ONLY 9-3 8885 St.
More!! Rain or Shinet land Ct. Tools, lawn equip Reclining & Massage Sofa &
crtpcrirfuncia( Love, Lanai Glass Table w/ FI-A.82RTN AEA Everything must go! Bedroom
I NORTH PORT more! All items priced to sell. 6 Chairs, Futon, Queen Ann 2735 Rio Ct. P.G.I. Furni- IGARAGE SALES ISets; Dining Room & Kitchen
NOT OTSofa, Curio Cab, Desk, ture, Household & MORE! Set; Leather sofa & chair;
GARAGE SALES IFRI-SAT 8-2. 22201 Brick-a Brack, Tools, Something for Everyone! 6008Sofabed & oveseat; newer
605Breeze Swept Ave. Books, & MUCH MORE! desk, library table & coffee
Christmas, housewares, ladies 941-628-0941 Sat 8-? 14270 Burnt Storetal&losfmic
access, lots of misc. items. Rd. The Green Barn. 2 FamilyI FRI SAT. 9-2. 138tal&losfmic
FRI-SAT. 8-2 FRI-SAT. 10AM-2PM I-ITHU & FRI 9-1 Moving Sale! Gently used furni- BROADMOOR LANE plan- --FRI.-SAT. 9-2 5549 Eyer-
i-I 12331 Benner Ln. i-456 San Ambrosio St. 1189 Yachtsman Ln ture, lots of books, nice glass- shelf greenery table saw tools ly Terr. (Look for Pink
Boat, Marine, Collector Deep Creek Moving Sale" MOVING SALE No early birds ware & dishes, iron skillets, furniture Signs on David & Gillot) Benefit
Items & Much More! ONLY FURNITURE!!! pls. Way too much to list. silk trees & greens, etc.. for Relay for Life!

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conrete blocks $30 941-391- Food Bags 4 Large $60 (3) 21 x 16 X 20 IN BOX 32 MEM $20 L K Convert. V6, automatic, full
3766 941-375-4054 $15/ea. 941-627-3210 941-475-7577 Cash paid FOR WWI Well eCt condition n ouEtc60E3c
DRYWALL CORNER Bead FUSION FOOD warmer stain- LARGE DOG Crate used dog DOOR INTERIOR 6 panel Korean Vietnam,German, orig mi. $3900 585-396-9006
50/10 mud on bull nose $60 less steel $80 941-375-4054 crate up to 1001bs dog 36x80 plus hardware $75 Japanese, etc Miliary mtems
941-661-8115 ICE CREAM MAKER $50.00 941-626-0266 941-441-8030 (941}416-3280 1998 SEBRING CONV.
FEDERAL PACIFIC Breakers with chargers commercial LARGE DOG crate,dogie DUFFLE BAG/BACKPACK Good9C 8dl$3300 0
Very hard to find! $15 314- $75 941-375-4054 door,toys large dog crate 50 folds, w/wheels, new $25 04 19
609-1540 RESTAURANT AND COFFEE 330-397-9997 941-505-6290 7000U2004 GMC ENVOY
M1-8-16 COST $300 $150 941-375-4054 501bs dog create $35.00 42w x 67h 36" tv $20 941- -2, p
941-391-6090 941-626-0266 697-8160 2006 CHRYSLER 300M
STEEL HURRICANE panels BIRDS FIREWOOD SEASONED split 53,758 mi, $15,784
price per panel $15 941-918- 6231 APPLIANCES oak 1/2 facecord FREE DELY 855-481-2060 DIr
1239 6250 $294-67592008 CHRYSLER SEBRING
FIREWOOD Split, Bundled, LX Convertible, Exc. Cond
TOOLS/ MACHINERY AFRICAN GREY Female, and ready for the firepit! TR| NSPO| TATI|N $11,500. 941-255-3074
6190 Talks with cage. $375 AIR CONDITIONER Perfect for these cooler nights! 2008 CHRYSLER T&C
941-408-3334 FRIGIDAIRE 12K BTU NE $375 Pine, Oak, Citrus BUICK LTD, NAVI, 74K $16,990
BIRD CAGE VERY large exc. 941-828-0226 941-468-4372 855-280-4707 DLR
10" DELTA Shopmaster Miter cond. $100. 941-626-1137 AMANA REFRIGERATOR FISH PONDS 3 largeponds- 2008 CHRYSLER T&C Sil-
Saw New blade. $65 side/side water/ice in door from homedepot $100 941- ver, 1 owner, well maintained,
941-266-4731 W Exotic Bird $125 941-698-5069 255-1535 85K. $13,500 941-286-6189
Exoti Bird1999 BUICK LESABRE
Great shape, light use 941- Sun, May 4, w/book and accessories $50 ley Ball Net New.9' $25 941-916-9222 DIr. 51,673 mi, $14,950
276-4425 $275 10-4. Sarasota 941-629-5746 941-421-9984 855-481-2060 DIr
CHAIN SAW Stihl #MS250- Fairgrounds205BIKRNEVU
CHI sA st #M25 Potter Building- DISHWASHER MAYTAG, FOUNTAIN TIKI 3 heads fiber- 200572,508K mi,EN1DE$10,450 2012 CHRYSLER 200
Low use runs great. $199 Adm $4. white. Like new $150 941- glass led lights $250 941- 855-481-2060 DIr 51,682 mi, $12,950
941-505-7272 Pat 941-475-7103 629-5244 585-8149 855-481-2060 DIr
CHAINSAW MCCULLOCH DRYER Kenmore Elite Oasis GAS CAN 2.5 gal $5 941- | Classified = Sales | 2013 CHYSLER T&C
10-10 chainbrake 16" $95 CATS white $200 941-423-6979 743-0582 2008 BUICK LUCERNE 43,871 mi, $22,457
941-697-6592L 6232 FRIGIDAIR 26 CF side/side GAS CAN 5 gal $7 941-743- 72,127 mi, $12,875 855-481-2060 DIr
DUST COLLECTOR JET 1.5 Bisque ice/water $199 941- 0582 855-481-2060 DIr
H/P with attachments $225 249-3564 GAS GRILL & 2 tanks, cover 4 2011 BUICK LUCERNE DODGE
941-993-8074 NOTICE: Statute 585.195 GAS WATER HEATER LP, Liq. burners & side. $70 941-235- 10,893 mi, $20,451 7060
GAS TANK 17 gal alum states that all dogs and cats Propane, 40 Gal. Used 10 Mo. 9600 855-481-2060 DIr
w/attachments $95 941-423- sold in Florida must be at least $165 OBO 941-923-9521 GAS GRILL W/TANK Gas Grill 2012 BUICK LECROSSE
9371 eight weeks old, have an offi- MICROWAVE WHITE, over $50 9416214931 $50 941- 26K $26,990 2003 DODGE DURANGO SLT
GENERATOR 5hp Craftsman cial health certificate and prop- range.Maytag $150 941-629- 621-4931 877-211-8054 DLR 3rd Row Seat $6495
2500watt $150.20"-PUSH er shots, and be free of intesti- 5244 GRAND CAFE Grill 941-916-9222 DIr.
tMOWER 4.5H Brigs Ostrat- nal and external paasites. MIXER KITCHENAID with New.21"x14".Cover.Ignitor.Ga CADILLAC 2004 DODGE DURANGO ST
attachments $25 941-423- s. $75 941-421-9984 7030 $7995 941-916-9222 DIr.
LADDER, Werner 20' Alu- ITTENS WITH MITTENS 8524 HOTTUB obo $100 941-268-92Mattas Motors
minum Extention 225LB $50 Plain Jane Tabbies, all want to 82 O U b 109128 atsMtr
941-626-1365 be your cat. Call Soon. RANGE FRIGIDAIRE, white 5423 2005 DODGE NEON
941-270-2430. glass top $150 941-629- JEEP TIRES Set of tires, 1998 CADILLAC DEVILLE Black, $6495 $5995
LINCOLN WELDER/GENER- 5244 Came Off A Jeep, In Good 71k miles, Beautiful Diamond 941-916-9222 DIr.
Power welder/ enerator, 2 hel- with Classified! REFRIDGERATOR WORKS Condition, With Rims. white, $3800. 941-416-3737 2011 DODGE RAM150
mets & rods. 500 941-423- good. good for garage $100 Size Is 265/70R15. $450 2001 CADILLAC CATERA 32,227 mi, $31,866
0793 DOGS 941-268-5423 860-710-7167 72k miles, Only $4995 855-481-2060 DIr
old,v.good.cond,20x9.5x8.5 s/s ref/freezer $125 941- MUSIC PAGEANT 48,504 mi, $16,987
$15 941-445-9069 625-2779 Hey Girls! Here's your chance. 855-481-2060 DIr
OX/ACET ~ ~~REFRIGERATOR WHITE side- Win $5,000 cash, a recording 854126 ~
OX/ACET SET mini Tips,cut- NOTICE: Statute 585.195 byside$150 941-629-5244 -contract and many more 2013 DODGE AVENGER
head,ex tnks $225 314-609- states that all dogs and cats prizes. 18+ only. 16,257 m, $16,987
1540 sold in Florida must be at least ROTISSIERIE OVEN Counter- 904-246-8222 855-481-2060 DIr
RIGID C/SAW 165941 451 eight weeks old, have an offi- top good condition $45 941- 2004 CADILLAC SILVER FORD
1775 $165 941-451-1775 cial health certificate and prop- 629-5746NEW 3500 watt generator CTS 75,800. miles, New
SHALLOW WELL Jet Pu ershots, and be free of intesti- STOVE GE Digital coil top still in box $350 941-204- tires, New battery, $7800. 7070
Rebuilt 1/2h $12 9-m nal and external parasites. w/cord $125 941-625-2779 5945 941-441-5565
0681 NEW BIG Home Depot Water 2011 CADILLAC CTS
TOOLBOX, CRAFTSMAN roll- fi d 0 in g d Cooler Orange4. $25 NICE PRICE $26,990 2000 FORD MUSTANG
awa 1 dawr omoit5 941-421-9984 855-242-9258 DLR Cony., Red, V6, 86Kmi, exc.
941-575-4270 POTS & PANS, Cast iron, 12 2011 CADILLAC SRX condo. $7,000 941-639-4340
WALLPAPER TABLE pcs. Great shape. $95 941- 33K $27,990 2002 FORD EXPLORER
$65, 0BL 488-5595 855-280-4707 DLR 75,407 mi, $6,987
941-923-9521 THERMADOR OVEN SS Wall R/O TANK list[ $179 ] 2012 CADILLAC CTS-V 855-481-2060 DIr
WOOD LATHE chisels full set oven/microwave $300 941- NEW $50 NICE CAR! $49,990 2003 FORD EXPLORER
with case $35 941-918-1239 World Top German 875-3334 941-235-9600 855-242-9258 DLR 67K $9,990
WORK BENCH Le only For bloodline. Female, pick TOASTMASTER 2 section SET OF 7 framed prints Great 2012 CADILLAC ESCALADE 855-280-4707 DLR
30" x 60" Bench 5 941- of the litter. Both parents belgian waffle maker new $10 for office. $28 941-889-7592 ALL THE EXTRAS! $53,990
30" 60 Bech 15 41- on prem. Great w/kids 941-375-4054
681-0428 $8O0 941-423-9612 or UPRIGHT BISSEL quick 855-242-9258 DLR Great Deals in
941-626-4675 WASHER Kenmore heavy duty steamer. $30 941-697-6553 .
FARM EQUIPMENT $100 941-423-6979 UTILITY TRAILER 4x8 metal CHEVY the Classifieds!
61 WHIRLPOOL STOVE electric mesh $400 941-743-5762 7040
941-698-5069 UTILITY TRAILER Triple 74,994 mi, $9,874
Crown metal mesh 4x8 $400 855-481-2060 DIr
30 HP, 4 Cylinder Diesel, Tilt Anniversary Ruby Red Convert- 2008 FORD EXPLORER
Steering, Sold New $17,800 L L 6260 VENDORS WANTED ible, Excl. Cond., 48K miles, 77,048 mi, $17,950
Asking $10,500 Call ENGLyHul L May 17th Watermelon Festival $14,500 941-766-1712 855-481-2060 DIr
Askng$1,50 Cll and Playful pup For Sale,she's For more info: 863-494-2020
941-812-0809 11 weeks old, shots up to 1999 CHEVY CAMARO 2008 FORD F-150
date, AKC Champion Blood- AFFORDABLE SMOKES WALKING SHOES SZ. 10 Z-28 Only $6995 110,250 mi, $12,584
OFFICE/BUSINESS lines,Cost $800 Email $1.30/PACK $13./CARTON men's rocker box $15 941- 941-916-9222 DIr. 855-481-2060 DIr
6220 HAVANESE 9 weeks. M/F. TOP BRAND TOBACCOS, TUBES, WARMING TRAYS elec stain- CONVT. 27K $23,990 39,488 mi, $18,754
Health certificate. Paper CASES, RYO MACHINES & PARTS less, 10x16&14x25, both $20 855-280-4707 DLR 855-481-2060 DIr
trained. 941-223-0201 VAPOR E-CIGS 941-830-0524
Pre-owned & new office furniture. SOFT COATED WHEATON LOW PRICES! x 31 1/2W $50 269-251- 56,567 mi, $24,875 SHO NAVI 33K $24,990
VENICE 941-485-7015 TERRIER PUPPIES. MUST ROLL A PACK TOBACCO 4543 855-481-2060 DIr 855-280-4707 DLR
TYPEWRITER, Olivetti HAVE fenced yard. Health Cer- 2739 Taylor Rd. P.G. 2006 CHEVY CORVETTE 2011 FORD FUSION
901 Electronic Typewriter sand Papers. Raised in 941-505-2233 WORK LIGHT with tripod FUN CAR! $29,989 30,146 mi, $16,875
w/rbbns& rin had. 75loving home. $800/each. 941- extend to 6 FT. $25 941-697- 85-4958DR5-8100Dr
916-4489 or 941-286-5941 CARBURETOR EDELBROCK 6553
727-515-0058 In box, never used, all items 2012 CHEWY MALIBU 2011 FORD FUSION
I .ETAU.NT / LIVESTOCK / included are in box. $250 I WANTED TO 29=,507 mi, $17,451 30,771 mi, $16,875
RESUPPLIEST 6235 I860-710-7167 I BUY/TRADE I 855-481-2060 DIr 855-481-2060 DIr
625CASINO SLOT machine casi- 6270 2012 CHEVY SUBURBAN 2012 FORD ESCAPE
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Waffle Maker Ex.Cond. $150 My Horse. Call Carolyn club it looks like a driver $5 .and vmntage costume 9K $27,990 46,322 mi, $20,987
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4X4 4,212 MILES $45,990 62,917 mi, $14,987 20K $47,911 24,270 mi, 17,854 14K $22,990
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2013 FORD MUSTANG 1995 CHRYSLER LEBARON 855-280-4707 DLR 855-481-2060 DIr 855-481-2060 DIr
CONVERTIBLE $24,990 66,059 mi, $3,987 2011 HONDA ACCORD 2012 HONDA ODYSSEY
855-242-9258 DLR 855-481-2060 DIr / HONDA / 30,164 mi, $16,825 35,960 mi, $21,987 LRmfnPA
2013 FORD TAURUS F~mp lsiid]L,,,, 7160 J 855-481-2060 DIr 855-481-2060 DIr
33,328 mi, $19,748 201 Employ ClasifidRD 2012 HONDA ODYSSEY
855-481-2060 DIr / PONTIAC /30,348 mi, $15,874 44,380 mi, $18,957
2014 FORD ESCAPE 10855-481-2060 DIr 855-481-2060 DIr
NICE PRICE $24,990 7130 J 1995 Honda Del Sol -IZ3 X
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85 -4 -2 8DRCOND. Wont Dissapoint 31,822 mi, $16,874 44,382 mi, $22,457 2.5 SL, 75K mi, leather,
2014 FORD MUSTANG $3950 941-468-1489 855-481-2060 DIr 855-481-2060 DIr $5,800 OBO 941-492-2003
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mi, Estate Sale, exc. cond. 117,052 mi, $4,895 33,344 mi, $17,8456,48m,$,75210mi$185
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and the ad must be placed l SATURN l2005 HONDA CIVIC Orig. 2OlHNAACR 28,387Ami, $12,987
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online & in print for 7 days! 2005 SATURN ION 855-481-2060 DIr 855-481-2060 DIr 2008 HYUNDAI SANTAFE 7207
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LII REAS115,280 mi, $9,758 4,0 i 1,7
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2horada,7dywek109,108 mi, $7,987 855-481-2060 DIr 2011 HONDA CIVIC 20 OOASEN
85-41200 C 2007 HONDA ACCORD, 842 060 i ,7 101,622 mi, $8,975
~~~~Fully Loaded! Beautiful Car! 5-8-26 ~ 855-481-2060 DIr
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49,685 mi, $17,452 855-481-2060 DIr 855-481-2060 DIr
98 SW2 Wagon $1,550 855-481-2060 DIr 2011 HONDA CR-V 2006 JAGUAR XK8
2011 GMVC YUKON 00 SL-1 Sedan $2,350 2628m,$874CONVERTIBLE 2006 2008 TOYOTA HILANDER
DENALI125K $49,990 98 SW2 Wagon $2,500 2008 HONDA ACCORD 2628m,$874 (last year of this body style) 58,031 mi, $21,457
877-211-8054 DLR 01 SL1 Sedan $2,800 66,822 mi, $14,987 855-481-2060 DIr champagne/cashmere, auto, 855-481-2060 DIr
00 SL2 Sedan $2,950 855-481-2060 DIr 2011 HONDA CR-V all options, 4.2 V8 Excellent 2008 TOYOTA PRUIIUS,
JEEP 04 Ion Sedan $3,400 20 8H N ACVC30,876 mi, $17,845 condition, only 58,000 miles Loaded! Great on Gas!
04 Vue SUV $4,200 $00 22,50b LoatdVICenc
7080 06 Vue SUV $5, 8909 117,313 mi, $9,875 855-481-2060 DIr (70 22, 50 37 $12,488. 94in9161 Venic
06 StrVu $689 855-481-2060 DIr 2011 HONDA CR-V(7065-38 $24.91-310,Dr
068atr Vue 6 7899 20 OD DSEY 3,7 i 1,4 2012 JAGUAR XK8 2008 TOYOTA SEQUOIA
20 8J E R N R 098 at Vue $107, 800 20 86,1A61SS Y 3,7 mi, $17,5 5- 8 ,1-2 25K $64,911 77,015 mi, $24,975
200 JEP RAGLR 0 Stun Ve 10800 7616 mi $7,57 5548-200 ~r855-280-4707 DLR 855-481-2060 DIr
65K $18,988 U e SaunP rs& evie855-481-2060 DIr 2011 HONDA CR-V 2008 TOYOTA YARIS
85 -8 -77DR941-627-8822 2009 HONDA CIVIC 36,758 mi, $17,845 KI 63K $8,990
2012 JEEP PATRIOT 11 72,642 mi, $13,745 855-481-2060 DIr 717 7 855-280-4707 DLR
24,751 mil $17,854 USED CAR DEALERS 855-481-2060 DIr 2012 HONDA ACCORD NEE CAH
855-481-2060 DIr 2009 HONDA CR-V 18,825 mi, $15,950 NE AH
2012 JEEP PATRIOT 7137 35,720 mi, $18,754 855-481-2060 DIr 2011 KIA OPTIMA H a e!Grg
33,882 mi, $15,450 L 855-481-2060 DIr 2012 HONDA ACCORD 43,312 mi, $19,950Sae
855-481-2060 DIr 2009 HONDA ODYSSEY 25,225 mi, $17,895 855-481-2060 DIr 2009 TOYOTA CAMRY
2014 JEEP GR.CHEROKEE 75,723 mi, $18,450 855-481-2060 DIr 2011 KIA SOUL 27K $14,990
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Matta Motor 2010 HONDA ACCORD LowHOD ACR 7178 2011 TOYOTA CAMRY
Mta Moos 55,536 mi, $18,754 CERT,. 12,485 mi, $18,975 28,119 mi, $16,458
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2012 TOYOTA COROLLA 2000 CHRYSLER CIRRUS, 2013 FORD F-150 4X2 19' POLAR Center Console
26,010 mi, $15,984 4 Door Sedan! $1,188. super crew, V8, less than 7K 150 Yamaha Loaded
855-481-2060 DIr 941-639-1601, DIr miles, Leather, Estate Sale, $15,500, OBO 941-587-6100
2012 TOYOTA COROLLA 2002 MITSUBISHI LANCER, mint condo. 941-661-4463
34,618 mi, $13,474 4 Door Sedan! Red. $1,488.H H
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2002 DODGE RAM Conv. Top Dollar for your car 18' CRESTLINER 2001 4
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31,572 mi, $26,745 Pkg. $4,300. 941-484-2208 941-473-2277 anchor. Orig owner. $4,500.
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2010 DODGE Grand Caravan 8' ZODIAC Inflatable, 4hp
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EED.AUTOS WANTED rdW Merc 4 strk, freshwater use,
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48,444 ml, $20,875 22,623 mi, $22,875 I MUST HAVE INCOMESALOT
855-481-2060 DIr 855-481-2060 DIr & DONPAMN 7331
2012 TOYOTA RAV4 2011 HONDA CR-V 941-473-2277 20' SEAMASTER RENKEN
55,590 mi, $19,854 22,623 mi, $22,875 130HP Yamaha + Dual Axle
855-481-2060 DIr 877-219-9139 DIr a.. ....g Trailer. Live Bait Well, GPS, 14'WINDFLITE 500 Lb. Crew
2013 TOYOTA AVALONG Radio & DF. Good Condition! Capacity. Full Cockpit. Excel-
NAVI 8K $33,990 SPORT UTILITY/ $4,800. 941-697-9794 lent Condition! $495. Trailer
855-280-4707 DLR VEHICLES Available. 419-575-0712
16,179 mi, $26,987 31,635 mi, $26,745 MISC. BOATS
8855-481-2060 DIr 2003 BUICK RENDEZVOUS 7333
2014 TOYOTA COROLLA 30 78 mi, $2295 49K orig mi, V6, A/C, power
10K $19,988 855-481-2060 DIr windows, Like new, Very 20' TEAM SAILFISH, 1996
855-280-4707 DLR 2011- O DIr Clean. $7,000 941-639-4884 w/ trailer. Ctr console, Yama-
2011 HONDA PILOT 2008 LANDROVER RANGE ha 130 2 stroke w/SS prop,
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7220 855-481-2060 DIr $29,990 855-242-9258 DLR 941-627-5777
2011 HONDA PILOT my o
53,453 mi, $25,668 CHECK 10'6" INFLATABLE BOAT,
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| FOR YOUR CAR!! | 2011 HONDA PILOT S 4,205 MILES $79,990 and floorbaords. Rated for 8
$$$$$ 75,215 mi, $22,950 855-280-4707 DLR HP Florida title, bag, foot
DE AGUR 855-481-2060 DIr pump, cover. Exc. Condition
WII. JAGUA 2005 24" SEACHASER $500 865-566-2258
2006 VWJETTA Diesel, 72 941-232-4230 | 75,215 mi, $24,875 7330 Yamahas. Great Condition! 14' ROWING BOAT alden
2006 VWaJETTA Daieel, 7r 877-219-9139 DIr Includes GPS (FISHING sliding seat rig 10' sweeps
Miles, Leather, Daily Drier $$$$$ SPOTS), Outriggers & $300 941-475-3626
Last 6 Yrs. New Tires. Have- L J 2012 HONDA CR-V Radio $23,000
Car Fax, Shows Repair. WE BUY CARS 26,294 mi, $24,751 941-276-6189
$8,400. 941-916-9156 (PGI) $400 CASH + UP 855-481-2060 DIr w p
2009 VOLKSWAGEN EOS Frank 941-276-0204 2012 HONDA CR-V BO
49K $18,990 31,220 mi, $23,458 11 i I A/DOCKINGE/
855-280-4707 DLR 855-481-2060 DIr D
2010 VOLKSWAGEN 2012 HONDA CR-V 7336
ROUTAN 50,842 mi,$16,758 32,034 mi, $25,687
855-481-2060 DIr 855-481-2060 DIr 21'8" ROAMER 112100 Cen- FISHERMANS WHARF
2011 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 2012 HONDA CR-V 10.5' BOAT 2 seater. 3Hp ter console w/storage & porta Floating Docks NOW OPEN!
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2012 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 2012 HONDA ODYSSEY waters $1,200 941-485-4641 Details call: 239-896-8550
NICE PRICE! $22,988 37,688 mi, $29,875 MARINE SUPPLY
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855-481-2060 DIr 855-481-2060 DIr BOAT FENDERS
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L.. ASS J 28,075 mi, $24,987 computors etc $150 941-
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0322 855-481-2060 DIr 17' CAPE HORN 115HP 8379
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1995 ROLLS-ROYCE 23K cover $200 941-875-3334 TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS YAMAHA, BIMINI, LIVEWELL Less then 200 Hrs. Yamaha fury Inflatable w/rope for 1
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$34,900. obo Compare to a 941-627-6922 7300 Extras. Includes Trailer. 941-475-8379
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@ $39.95 Installed & Balanced 19' 2008 STARCRAFT Deck
Call for Inventory 941-639-5681 1997 DODGE 1500 Club cab boat, 90HP 4-Stroke Yamaha 29'6" REGAL COMMODORE
runs & drives good, depend- New Full Canvas, Bimini, Snap 2002 Twin 10 Radar, GPS,
VANS able $2500 obo 941-637-8476 in Carpet, Changing Room. AC, Loaded. $41,000
Looks & Runs Like New! 508-942-4600
7290 1999 CHEWY BLAZER, $14,000. 941-276-0488
.0000 4x4, Only 80K Mi! Leather!
$4,488. 941-639-1601, DIr RDCD18'-20' PERFORMANCE
, 4 ~ ...... p p : D: D ,11T .... ER CENTER WALK BOARD, NEW
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