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~Charlotte Sun temttsOoa
In the 104th edition of Churchill Downs' Kentucky Derby, As the session ended, the Florida Legislature got tougher
favorite California Chrome wins easily. SPORTS PAGE 1 on sexual predators and softer on immigration issues.
An Edition of the Sun
VOL. 122 NO. 124 AMERICA'S BEST COMMUNITY DAILY S U N D A Y M A Y 4, 2 0 1 4 $.0
Do weapons permits keep peace?0
Gun-related crimes hit record low in Charlotte
By ADAM KREGER "With the amount of people beginning of April, according annually since 2011, according messing with people."
STAFF WRrrER who can carry guns nowadays, to the most current data from to Florida Department of Law Jenny Malone, a sales
I think criminals are thinking the Florida Department of Enforcement data released in associate and a certified pistol
There are more Charlotte twice about their actions," Agriculture and Consumer late April. instructor at J&J One Stop
County residents with con- local National Rifle Association Services. The number of new "The whole thing to like Gun Shop in Port Charlotte,
cealed firearms licenses than firearms instructor Bob applicants has risen in each of about a conceal permit is, said she's seeing a noticeable
ever. And officials say that may Rexroad said. the last three fiscal years. you never know who is or jump in the number of women
be why the local number of There were 12,457 concealed But the number of gun- who isn't carrying," Rexroad including single mothers
gun-related violent crimes hit weapon or firearm license related violent crimes in the said. "So you just don't
a record low recently. holders in Charlotte at the same area has decreased want to take the chance of PEACE I15
Father searches for hero
Man takes to streets for J
kidney donor for sonL
By S TEVE RE I LLY G rah atm's kidn e ys a re b a rely
STAFF WRITER functioning, and he needs
ENGLEWOOD Charles days a week.
Lynch will do whatever is "He's a good man," Charles
necessary to find a kidney said. Both he and his wife are
donor for his 35-year-old son, retired teachers from Kentucky. X ,
Graham. Graham also taught science,
the corner of Pine Street and for three years, before going to ehstknt tnigo n aht ihhgaes-0 / gJ.
South McCall Road (State Road work for the Corvette assembly ~ 0
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hero and donate life. I will work ing on dialysis for three years," O e
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he's heard others have been Graham's kidneys. A urine test
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to find organ donors for their protein. Graham said the NPOTBYTEERIY
loved ones. He thought it was Charles Lynch will do anything to find a kidney donor for his son. He recently stood on an Englewood street corner,
worth the effort. H ERO 114 hoping to attract a motorist who would want to be a "hero" and donate a kidney.
Pride Feet rescheduled for today
By PAUL FALLON groups. And although there Laishley Park today. and plan to hold the event at Laishley Park, she added,
STAFF WRITER was plenty of rain Saturday, The second annual Charlotte today and this time, the with the group nixing the pre-
sunshine was lacking. County Pride Festival, an weather should cooperate. ceding walk that was planned
PUNTA GORDA One must However one local orga- event held in Punta Gorda to "We want to see everyone to kick off Saturday's event.
have both rain and sun for nization is making sure the promote equality among all, come out," said Carrie Egbert, Charlotte County Pride
rainbows, a symbol long asso- soggy weather doesn't damp- was postponed after Saturday president of Charlotte County is a nonprofit organization

Our Town Page 2 C The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014
Each week in Sunday's Charlotte Sun, we run free
birthday announcements along with a photo. Email your
.jpg photo of the birthday boy or girl of any age, along
with the person's name, age, and birthday month and
date, to Marion Putman, assistant Charlotte editor, at Deadline is noon Thursday.
Note: If you bring or mail in a hard-copy photo (to 23170
Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980), we will try
to accommodate you, but we CANNOT guarantee the ability
to return it to you. For more information, call Marion at
Happy 70th birthday to Mike Happy 16th birthday to Joshua Happy 100th birthday to Happy 100th birthday to Ruth 941-206-1183.
Zuraski on his special day Haynicz on his special day Jeanette Michele on her E. Chisman on her special day
May 7. April 24. special day April 6. May 7.
Charlotte County births Rick William Goff of Punta Gorda, and Kendra Lynn Charlotte Harbor 708; 2-Ruth McGinty, 696; 3-Duane Hartline, 659.
Toner of Punta Gorda Yacht Club April 29: 1-Virginia Clayton, 693; 2-Joe Lupton, 684;
* Patrick Dewayne Horne Jr., to Tami Kennedy and Edward Mohrman of Port Charlotte, and Patricia Lois 3-Jan Howard, 681.
Patrick Horne of Punta Gorda, at 7:33 p.m. March 26. He Gyulai of Port Charlotte Partners Bridge winners May 1: 1-Geri
weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces. Boubacar Toure of Boone, N.C., and Molly Elizabeth Dempsey, Irene Runkle; 2-Diane and Chuck Deep Creek Elks Lodge
* Avaya Rae Winsome Myers, to Kyle Marie Lueck Toure of Boone, N.C. Floramo; 3-Cleta and Harold Clark.
and Jason Emanuel Myers of Port Charlotte, at 4:32 p.m. Frederick William Salo of Cape Coral, and Martha Ladies Bridge winners April 22: 1-Maria Monday Bridge winners April 28: 1-Dianne
April 26. She weighed 7 pounds, 14.4 ounces. Estibalis Hernandez Ornelas of Cape Coral Couper; 2-Phoebe McMillan. April 29: 1-Phoebe Kidneigh, 5180; 2-Barbara A pore, 4430; 3-Bill
* Gage Micah Dennis, to Susan and Jason Dennis of Douglas Lowell Godwin Jr. Rotonda West, and Lisa Ann McMillan; 2-Fran Dumke; 3-Kaye MacDonald. Marsh, 4030; 4-Ann Lewis, 3700.
Port Charlotte, at 3:22 p.m. April 27. He weighed 7 pounds, Martin of Naples M Slam Bridge winners April 30: 1 -Chuck
8 ounces. Christopher Sherman Mitchell of Boston, and Kathryn Floramo, 4830; 2-Irene Runkle, 4520; 3-Geri
* William Jeffrey Jacobs, to Baylie Jacobs of North Elizabeth Lefevre of Boston Floramo, 4830 Isles Yacht Club
Port, at 12:02 a.m. April 28. He weighed 7 pounds. Jason Michael Marrone of Punta Gorda, and Lorena Elisa Dempsey, 3890.
* Cayden Vincent Mong, to Suzie and Jason Mong Delise of Punta Gorda Mahng winners April 29: 1-Karen Elmque Scrabble winners April 25: Judith Howell,
of North Port, at 10:46 a.m. April 28. He weighed 7 pounds, Marc Joseph Cross of Hanover, Pa., and Mailley Melinda 2-Lynne Oakley. 369, 334; Liane Riley, 308, 236.
3.8 ounces. Thurman of Hanover, Pa. Duplicate Bridge winners April 30: 1-Lance
* Kyra Nicole Bennett, to Shareese Ann Riker and Edward Randell Cheek III of Port Charlotte, and Angel Cultural Center of and Marilyn Kemp; 2-Gail and Mike Fortier; 3-Jim
Daniel Nicholas Bennett of Port Charlotte, at 9:40 p.m. Lynn Keen of Port Charlotte Charlotte County and Laurie Druyor.
April 29. She weighed 7 pounds, 4.1 ounces. Thomas Clyde Mott of Port Charlotte, and Haley
* Braxton Jordan Rodgers, to Chelsey and Colby Elizabeth Paula of Port Charlotte Duplicate Bridge Club winners April 22:
Rodgers of Port Charlotte, at 12:41 a.m. April 30. He .Thaddaeus Stephen Torix of Clever, Mo., and Courtney N/S: 1-Paul St. Laurent, Polly Hollenback; 2-Ginger Kingsway Country Club
weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce. Janette Piazza of Clever, Mo. Smith, John Avery; 3-Diana and Warren Prince. E/W:
* Kenneth Adam Young of Long Bottom, Ohio, and Carrie 1-Fred and Linda Andreas; 2-Joan and Ted Walbourn; Ladies Bridge winners April 18:1-Nancy
Charlotte County marriages Elissa Madden of Punta Gorda 3-Jackie Forslund, Robert Rancourt. April 24 (a.m.): Anderson; 2-Tessie Cox; 3-Allene Croy. April 23:
* John Bruce Corwin of Venice, and Jessica Lee 1-Richard Locker, Bert Rockower; 2-Leon and Martha 1-Linda Bellmore; 2-Betty Worthington. April 30:
* Helder Fernandes Ramos of Hyannis, Mass., and Katie Whittington of Port Charlotte Bisson; 3/4-Sharon Topping, Dave Valliant; 3/4-Pearl 1-Norma Block; 2-Mary Baxter.
Marie Crosby of Barnstable, Mass. Charles Joseph Fanelli of Charlotte Harbor, and Hull, Jackie Forslund. April 24 (p.m.): N/S 1-: John
* Nicholas Adam Hauschild of Port Charlotte, and Lorin Rosemarie Mathilda Hennelly of Port Charlotte Avery, John Bush; 2-Lois Kenyon, Pat Betts; 3-Martha G
Marie Speir of Port Charlotte I
MarieSpeirof Pot ChalotteBisson, Jan Antholz. E/W: I -Bob Sandahl, Ernie G
Malik Mohammad Akbar of North Port, and Tina Irene Charlotte County divorces Bourque; 2-Warren Prince, Zenon Shpon; 3-Florence
Miller of Port Charlotte BunDv alat Duplicate Bridge Club winners April 21:
* David Carter Hilston of Punta Gorda, and BrigettCarol *Dani Leigh Bourke v. Justin Robert Bourke Burns, Dave Valliant. N/S: 1-Fred and Linda Andreas; 2-Bob Sandahl,
Hart of Punta Gorda Louis Michael Daponte v. Brianna Catherine Daponte Sunday Double Deck Pinochle winners Leslie Clugston; 3-James Kioski, Robert Rancourt.
* Shawn Eric Michael Heinis of Port Charlotte, and Laura Anna Marie Henderson v. Philip Lynn Henderson April 27: Kathy Garbowicz, 1552; Janet Knechtel, E/W: 1-Patricia and Larry Linn; 2/3-Ed Hartman,
Elizabeth Johnson of Port Charlotte *Nicole M. Hunt, v. Kyle Jeffrey Hunt 1444; Paul Headrick, 1436. John Noble; 2/3-Chuck Skarvan, Pat Betts.
* Michel Kadri of Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, and Sarah Salim Jeudy v. Nadine Jeudy Riche Monday Night Pinochle winners April 28: April 23: 1-Bob Sandahl, Goran Hanson; 2-Mary
Antelias Dakouny of Lebanon, Fla. Cathleen Mary Johnstone v. John Thomas Johnstone 1-Jan Howard, 686; 2-Terry Pravettone, 663; 3-Joe and Stephen Chupak; 3-Patricia and Larry
* Joam Joseph of Port Charlotte, and Alexis Wildrenne of Jean Eleonor Joseph v. Eleonore Fleury Lupton, 655. Linn. April 25: N/S: 1-Fred and Linda Andreas;
Port Charlotte Amanda Marie Kirkv. Ian Michael Kirk Wednesday Double Deck Pinochle winners 2/3-Goran Hanson, Pat Betts; 2/3-Barbara Johnson,
* Eugene Louis Croteau of Port Charlotte, and Chasity Alicia Jean Lynch-Morris v. Brian Keith Morris April 30:1-George Speidell, 1730; 2-Al Haines, Paula Farr. E/W: 1-Ed Hartman, Everett Dehn;
Leeann Kosnik of Port Charlotte Jessica Eileen Nottingham v. Michael Robert 1524; 3-Georgia Klemm, 1510; 4-Gloria Ostrander 2-Chuck Skarvan, Zenon Shpon; 3-Grace Campbell,
* Jason Eric Morse of Port Charlotte, and Ingrid Marleny Nottingham 1506. Chuck Pohle.
Vasquez of Port Charlotte *Vickey Elizabeth Petrillo v. Michael Lee Petrillo Thursday Night Double Deck Pinochle
* Cody Wayne Prescott of Port Charlotte, and Kristie Ann Myriam Sauchuk v. Roman A. Kwaszka winners April 24:1-Kathy Garbowicz, 1724;
Valdes of Port Charlotte Alexandr A. Shur v. Victoria Nikolayevna Shur 2-Bonnie Weithman, 1630; 3-Betty Gowan, 1624. Port Charlotte Golf Club
*Timothy Michael Montoya of North Port, and Samantha *Danielle Marie Stewart v. Eric Scott Stewart Friday Night Euchre winners April 25:
Ellen Furspan of North Port Lynn B. Thacher v. Robert Francis Thacher 1-Mary Lewis, 71; 2-Tony Rottenbucher, 67; 3-Allan Monday Bridge winners April 21: 1-Joyce
* Santos Eufemio Martinez Sosa of Punta Gorda, and Jessica Lynn Thompson v. Donald Scott Thompson Weithman, 65. Weibel; 2-Mary Price; 3-Peg Darland. April 28:
Lazara Teresa Robaina of Punta Gorda Hillary Lynn Williamson v. Jeremie Ray Williamson Pinochle winners April 26: 1-Joe Lupton, 1 -Jo Brumfield; 2-Mary Price; 3-Joyce Weibel.
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:The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014 LOCALREGIONAL NEWS C Our Town Page 3
Edison Guiding Lights give support, get experience
p rofessional work Edsn our campus and ensure students of important are people who want to volunteering, is a pow-
experience, leader- Edisod n the visitors are directed dates and navigating the help. Hearing about the erful tool to increase the
P ship roles, assisting State to the appropriate staff online student informa- support and programs quality of a student's time
students and campus College members or depart- tion portal. offered by Edison directly in college. All students
involvement are all part ments. They also serve as The EGLs strive to pro- from their peers can be should seek out oppor-
of the experience our MjI a wealth of information vide a positive experience an effective tool to help tunities, large or small, to
student assistants, known Michael themselves. to current, new and po- connect students to our engage their college cam-
as the Edison Guiding West Recently, a student tential students through campus community and pus. They will be reward-
Lights, receive at Edison visited the Charlotte every interaction. Being increase student academ- ed with higher graduation
State College. campus to apply for ad- students themselves, the ic success. rates, increased academic
The EGLs (pronounced mission, and needed help EGLs understand the "I love working here," performance and, most
ItEagles") are an integral along with the impor- navigating the online importance of positive, Rosalind Flores, EGL and importantly, a sense of
part of the Charlotte tance of responsibility. application. Julie Coyle, helpful support when try- elementary education ownership in their educa-
campus team, supporting At the same time, the AS nursing student and ing to navigate the world major said. "It's like being tion and their campus.
our staff, campus and professional staff serves EGL, took the time to sit of higher education. part of a family; everyone
students in a multitude of to help mold the EGLs, with the student, create Positive peer interactions is always looking out for Michael West is the stu-
ways. Beyond the admin- and provides a supportive an account, and complete benefit the EGLs and the each other." dent services coordinator
istrative support the EGLs environment for them to the application process. students they assist. It is Getting involved on at Edison State College
provide, they themselves develop the skills they will The EGLs are able to important for students campus, whether in Charlotte Campus in
benefit from the program. need upon entering the provide information and to learn they are not clubs, organizations, Punta Gorda. He can be
For many of the EGLs, professional workforce assistance in a variety of alone, their concerns are student government, or reached at 941-637-5602
this role is their first after they graduate. ways, including informing not unusual, and there campus employment and or
experience working in a One of the primary
professional setting. The roles of an EGL is to serve
students learn how to as a liaison to current and
interact with the public, potential students at the
and handle difficult or Information Desk. The
uncomfortable situations, EGLs welcome visitors to
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:Our Town Page 4 C LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Sunday, May 4.,2014
Oxygen leak prompts brief evacuation
By PAUL FALLON Fire/EMS spokeswoman. flammable. The Fire/EMS while the scene was cleared, the tank at the business
STAFF WalTER Upon closer inspection, special operations team was she said. about 30 minutes before
those first responders dis- dispatched, along with an No injuries occurred due to the call came in, Hawkins-
PUNTA GORDA- covered that the substance ambulance and a fire engine, the incident. Garland added. She was
A tank leaking liquid oxygen was liquid oxygen, she said. she said. It was determined that the unsure of the name of the
Saturday morning caused the Although liquid oxygen is The special operations "large" liquid oxygen exte- business.
brief evacuation of a small odorless, it does cause a team handles issues like hat- rior tank, outside a medical The road was reopened and
strip mall on Acline Road. cloud to form when it is ardous-material incidents. oxygen-supply business, individuals in the strip mall
First responders received released into the air, because About six people from was releasing the substance were allowed to return to the
the call of a gaseous sub- it is stored at an extremely businesses in the strip mall because it was too full, building around 11:50 a.m.
stance leaking from an cold temperature, Hawkins- were evacuated briefly while Hawkins-Garland said. The Punta Gorda Fire
exterior tank outside the strip Garland said. the investigation continued, "The tank was actually Department also sent an en-
mall at about 10:50 a.m., The call then was made as a precaution, Hawkins- doing what it was supposed gine to the scene, Hawkins-
according to Dee Hawkins- to evacuate the strip mall, Garland said. Acline Road to do," she said. Garland said.
Garland, Charlotte County since liquid oxygen is also was closed temporarily An individual had refilled Email.
Traffic enforcement locations set
CHARLOTTE COUNTY Entire length of Traffic light/stop sign Circle, Murdock. Charge: battery. Bond: none. PO IEB A
--Beginning Monday, the Taylor Road, Punta enforcement: Eldon Daniel Sundberg, 61, 300 PO IEB A
Charlotte County Sheriff's Gorda. El Jobean Road The Charlotte County Sheriff's block of Rio dle Janeiro Ave., Deep The information for Police Beat is gathered
Office will increase Veterans Boulevard, (State Road 776) and Office reported the following Creek. Charges: driving while license from police, sheriffs offce, FloridaHighway
traffic enforcement at the between U.S. 41 and Flamingo Boulevard, Port arrests: is suspended, and driving with Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest
following locations: Harbor Boulevard, Port Charlotte. Robert Jay Rice, 42, 200 block noncurrent insurance. Bond: none. leads tona conviction and guilt or innocence
Speed enforcement: Charlotte. 9 U.S. 41 and Murdock of Annapolis Ave., Rotonda West. Jason Nicholas Thomsen, 29, is determined by the courtsystem.
2700 block Charlene St., Punta Gorda.
Charge: battery. Bond: none. suspended license. Bond: none.
- Shari A. Leiterman, 52, 25400 Steven L. Wagner, 56, 5000
block of Aysen Drive, Punta Gorda. block of San Luis Terrace, North Port.
Charge: petty theft. Bond: none. Charge: scheming to defraud to
- Anthony Vilnes Dume 11, 33, obtain property worth $300 or more.
26300 block of Sucre Drive, Punta Bond: none.
Gorda. Charge: out-of-county Amy Marie Davis, 47, of North
warrant. Bond: $753. Fort Myers. Charges: two counts of
- Levi Gauge Earnest, 21, 3000 failure to appear. Bond: $10,000.
block of Easy St., Port Charlotte. Kristine Kelly Boblits-Cadenas,
Charges: possession of less than 20 41, of Fort Myers Beach. Charges:
grams of marijuana, possession of possession of cocaine, possession
drug paraphernalia and petty theft. of a controlled substance without
Bond: $2,500. a prescription, possession of drug
- Lisa Ann Newlin, 34, 2300 block paraphernalia, possession ofa
of Slash Pine Court, Punta Gorda. harmful new legend drug without a
SCharge: battery. Bond: none. prescription and driving while license
-Bryan Douglas Handlon, 39, is suspended third or subsequent
I 2300 block of Achilles St., Port offense. Bond: none.
i Charlotte. Charge: out-of-county Rosston Deon Smith, 49, of
warrant. Bond: none. Fort Myers. Charges: possession of
r L Sharron M. Kantor, homeless in drug paraphernalia, possession of
FF1 LPort Charlotte. Charge: out-of-county a controlled substance without a
warrant. Bond: $1,500. prescription and possession ofa
' J ', AI~~~~ L= I J l [ I~ i I Jl I.ummielIsaac Snead Jr., 39, harmful new legend drug without a
TAL E F O M O 500 block of N.W. Spruce St., Port prescription. Bond: $10,000.
Selec models with purhas of an ne [Srm a !rtph Charlotte. Charge: driving while Jeremy David Powell, 33,1600
im I !l .,,. ..., amtvmrm /t subsequent offense. Bond: none. Charges: organizing theft and dealing
- Shane Patrick Hudson, 24, 400 in stolen property, and providing
bock of Hippel St., Port Charlotte. false ID to secondhand dealer. Bond:
Charges: robbery, organizing theft none.
and dealing with stolen property, and Alan Frank Lenard, 38, Eighth
petty theft- third or subsequent Street, Grove City. Charge: battery.
offense. Bond: none. Bond: none.
- Jacqueline Jean Parr, 56, 21200
block of Knollwood Ave., Placida. The Punta Gorda Police
Charge: DUJI with damage to property Department reported the
or a person. Bond: none. following arrest:
..........FR E Xavier Richaud Flemming, 23, James Doss Green, 44, 2500
PowranerfracEultaon o 2800 block of Duar Terrace, North block Cannolot Blvd., Port Charlotte.
LGGPd83LEPort. Charge: violation of probation. Charge: driving while license is
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The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS C Our Town Page 5
CHARLOTTE Matthew (Cassandra)
Vacca and AliaVacca; John George Pappas Jr. Millie Muhlberg
JohnHdges eat-graca;and heri Millie Muhlberg, 93, a longime resident of Port
Broh Hoge r.dion caie and oer Charlotte, Fla., passed away Saturday, April 26, 2014.
BarowJrd yoears carive frmse. She was born May 18, 1920, in Hamlet, Ind., to
John Hodges Barlow She was preceded in death Ai n eneJhsn
Jr., 65, of Punta Gorda, by husband, Norbert Paul ,\ ,Millie lived a long and full life,
Fla., passed away Fennell, whom she mar- < ,in which her passions were family,
Saturday, May 3, 2014. ried in 1947; son, James mscadtae.Sesae e
Arrangements are Fennell; and brother, musical talents with many people
entrusted to Kays-Ponger CharlesWixom. and organizations. Millie was a
&Uselton Funeral Home A gathering of friends church organist for a number of
and Cremation Services and family will be held churches in the towns where she
Port Charlotte, Fla., from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. lived. From 1978 until present,
Chapel. Wednesday, June 4, 2014, she played the organ and piano in many of the
at Mull Funeral Home. John George Pappas Jr., 85, passed away peacefulfly Charlotte County churches, Temple Shalom,
Owen L. Felton Inurnment will follow Saturday April 26, 2014, at his home in Punta Gorda, civic organizations, and the Charlotte Harbor
at St. Mary's Cemetery Fla. Yacht Club. In February she moved to the Palms
Owen L. Felton, 79, in Waterloo. Memorial He was born July 21, 1928, in Philadelphia, Pa., to A.L.E, where she played the piano for religious
passed away Friday, donations may be made John George Pappas Sr. and Alice T. Pappas. services and singalongs. She was a member of
May 2, 2014. to First Presbyterian John was a very successful restaurant entrepreneur the Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club, and served as
4 He was born Church of Waterloo. and investor. Along with his father, he developed and club president for one year. Millie was a founding
lwk- l and raised in later co-owned the Pike Family Restaurant in Spring member of the Charlotte Chorale, and sang
' ,Sheboygan, Frederick T. Halbig House, Pa. He later also owned and operated Johs with them for many years. She was a member of
" Wis. Place in Cape May N.J. Both were iconic establish- First Presbyterian Church of Port Charlotte for
Owen was S r. ments where friends met friends for great food. 35 years. Millie sang in their choir and worked on
involved in Boy Scouts / Frederick T. Halbig Sr. In addition to being an expert chef, he was an avid various committees. She was a substitute organist
Sea Scouts while in High passed away Thursday, fisherman- for which he won numerous awards. there many times. Millie was loving and loyal to
School, and earned April 17, 2014, in Port He also supplied his restaurants with firesh-caught her family and friends, and lived life with honest
scouting's highest rank Charlotte, Fla. fish, to the delight of his customers, who would call courage, vigor and enthusiasm to the end. She
of Eagle Scout. He He is survived by his the restaurants to see if "Joh's Freshly Caught Fish" will be missed.
attended the University mother, Betty E Halbig; was on the specials menu for that night. Family and Survivors include her sister-in-law, Stephanie
of Wisconsin, graduating sister-in-law, Renee friends greatly enjoyed their time with John as Captain Johnson; daughter, Patricia (Jack) Palmer;
from the Medical School- Halbig; brother, John D. on one of his many fishing expeditions. He was a four grandchildren and their spouses; eight
Owen was in the ROTC Halbig Sr.; three children, remarkable and unforgettable host. In Punta Gorda, great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews
program while in college, Frederick Jr., Theresa and he enjoyed the game of tennis at Twin Isles Country and their children. She was preceded in death
and, upon graduation, Jessie; five grandchildren- Club. He served on the board for SCORE. by her parents; four siblings; her first husband,
entered the Air Force and several nieces and John is survived by his sons, John G. (Anne) Elmer W Rebol; an infant daughter; her second
and proudly served for nephews. Frederick was Pappas III of Brunswick, Maine, and James Pappas daughter; and her second husband, Kurt H.
10 years as a Medical preceded in death by his of Philadelphia; along with their mother and his first Muhlberg.
officer. A poignant mem- father, John A. Halbig, in wife, Ruth Pappas; his sister, Anne (Frank) Pappas Millie will be buried with her first husband,
ory of those years was 2000. O'Brien of Lansdale, Pa.; granddaughters, Carol (Mike) Elmer W Rebol, in a private graveside remem-
a call on Christmas Eve You may remember McKay of Dover, N.H., and Cheryl Pappas of Bermuda; brance in Cleveland, Ohio, at a later date. She
one year from a grateful him at www.icscrema great-granddaughters, Ava, Molly and Katelyn McKay; expressed her desire that contributions be sent to
husband, and father,, his loving former second wife, ElaineWatson Pappas First Presbyterian Church of Port Charlotte or the
recalling the lifesaving of Punta Gorda; and several nieces and nephews. Charlotte Chorale, or to your favorite charity.
delivery of his daughter, Herbert C. Kranin g Besides his parents, John was preceded in death by his Arrangements are by National Cremation
18 years previously. After sister, Evelyn Pappas Hare, in March 2014. Society of Port Charlotte.
leaving the Air Force, he Herbert C. Kraning, At Johs request, there will be no funeral. He will
was in private pathol- 83, of Punta Gorda, Fla., be cremated and, per his wishes, his ashes spread out Vincent Ricketts Memorial Hospital in Port
ogy practice at Theda passed away Tuesday over the waters of Punta Gorda, where he spent many Charlotte.
Clark Medical Center April 29, 2014. of his happiest times in life. Vincent Ricketts, 85, of He was born Dec. 15,
in Neenah, Wis., during He moved Arrangements are by National Cremation Society of Port Charlotte, Fla., passed 1931, in Queens Borough of
which he also served a ,to Newark, Port Charlotte, Fla. away Thursday April 24, NewYork City, N.Y., to Anni
term as hospital Chief of ': Ohio, in 1955 tl2014, at and Johanne Schumacher.
Staff. In retirement, he from Detroit, States Army. He moved to offer condolences. Bayfront Rudy, a veteran of the
split his time between Mich., and then moved Port Charlotte in 1977. Arrangements are by Health Port U.S. Navy was a technol-
Egg Harbor, Wis., and to Punta Gorda in 1987. John is survived by his Kays-Ponger & Uselton Charlotte. ogy engineer, and worked
Punta Gorda, Fla. As an Herbert worked as Master brothers, Michael (Jeanene) Funeral and Cremation He four years with Bell Labs,
avid reader, he served Mechanic for Rockwell LaPorta andVincent (Elaine Services, Port Charlotte was born and 27 years with IBM,
on the local Friends of International in Detroit Miller) LaPorta; as well as Chapel. Aug. 2 1, before retiring. A part-time
the Library board. He and Newark; he retired many nieces and nephews. ? 1928, in resident of Port Charlotte
loved sailing, and was a in 1985 after 32 years of He was preceded in death Jecan Peters Jamaica, since 2003, Rudy became a
lifetime member of the service. He was baptized by his parents. West Indies, and moved full-time resident in August
Sheboygan Yacht Club. and a member of the A memorial Mass Jean (nee Gray) Peters, to Port Charlotte in 1991 2013. He enjoyed many
Owen was also a member Lutheran Church Missouri will be held at I11 a.m. 86, passed away Tuesday, from there. activities, but none more
of the Elks. Synod. Herbert was a Tuesday, May 6, 2014, April 29, 2014, at Bayfiront Vincent was a wonderful than those with his family.
He is survived by his shop instructor at Heath at St. Maximilian Kolbe FAW Health Punta man who enjoyed life to Rudy will be missed by all
wife of 55 years, Judith Vocational School in Church, 1441 Spear St., Gorda, Fla. the fullest, and will be who knew and loved him.
Felton; his daughter, Heath, Ohio. He was also a Port Charlotte. interment Sh Ia forever missed by all whoHeisuvedbhs
Debra (Steve) Porter veteran of the Michigan Air will follow immediately born Feb. 15, loved and knew him. loving wife, Dorothy (nee
of Richmond, Va.; his National Guard. at Resflawn Memorial 1928, in Survivors include his Boer) Schumacher; sons,
son, Dr. Thomas (Tanja) Herbert is survived Gardens in Port Charlotte. London, wife, Cecile; his son, Levi Robert (Lisa) Schumacher
Felton of Milwaukee, by his wife of 43 years, Anrangements are by England. Ricketts of Atlanta, Ga.; his and Richard Schumacher;
Wis.; his sister, Margo Rosemary Kraning; sons, Kays-Ponger & Uselton Jean daughter, Valerie Jarrett daughter, Karen (Timn)
Connor; stepsister, Leslie Herbert (Debi) Kraning of Funeral Home and traveled to of Port Charlotte; a sister, Cockayne; 10 grandchil-
(Pat) Kramer; and four Newark, Gordon (Barbara) Cremation Services, Port Venezuela, South America, Sloretta Ricketts-Smith dren, Chris, Paul, Kelly,
grandchildren. Kraning of Lafayette, Charlotte Chapel. in 1950, at the age of 22, to of Jamaica; four brothers, Daniel, Michael, Jane and
Funeral Services will Ind., and Paul Kraning of work for Shell Oil Company Alexander Allen, Wilfed, Bill Schumacher, and
be private, and a celebra- Newark; brothers, Kenneth Donald C. She met her future hus- Jonathan and Cleveland Matthew, Elliot and Peter
tion of life will be held (Barbara) Kraning of Mohimaster Sr. band Albert N. Peters on Ricketts, all of Jamaica; Cockayne; brothers, Henry
at a later date. Memorial Pinckney, Mich., and a blind date in Caracas, I11 grandchildren; and (Doris) Schumacher and
contributions are sug- Gordon (Shirley) of Donald C. Mohlmaster Venezuela. They were I11 great-grandchildren. August (Erika) Schumacher;
gested to the Alzheimer's Livonia, Mich.; grand- Sr., 87, of Port Charlotte, married Sept. 21, 1952, and Visitation will be held stepson, Marlin (Laurie)
Association for research, daughters, Corey Haynes Fla., passed away lived in Venezuela until from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Boer, stepdaughter,
or the Friends of the and Bridget Scarer; Thursday, May 1, 2014, their retirement to Punta Friday, May 9, 2014, Melissa (Eric) Haas; four
Punta Gorda Library. grandsons, Kyle Kraning, at Tidewell Hospice Gorda in 1975. In retire- at Roberson Funeral step-grandchildren, Todd
The family would Greg Kraning and Adam House in Port Charlotte. ment, Jean enjoyed playing Home Port Charlotte Marten, Jonathan Andrew,
like to thank te staff Kraning; great-grand- Arrangements are by bridge, square-dancing and Chapel. Funeral Services isette and Morgan Boer;
BaI rn ealt and he augters Brleycanrer, National Cremation traveling,. will be held at 10 a.m. and many extended famfly

Our Town Page 6 C LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014
Publix contributes $100OK to United Way I"NTNEwS BRIEF
PROVIDED BY UNITED WAY philosophy that directly I m&Wine, cheese
OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY links to the pride Publix t reception set
employees take in their
The United Way jobs, and in how they -- .... Kays-Ponger & Uselton
of Charlotte County support the community. Funeral Home and
received a $100,400 Publix's principal areas ..Cremation Services, 635
donation from Publix of community concern E. Marion Ave., Punta
Charities. The contri- are youth, education Gorda, will play host to
bution, presented last and health. \i a Complimentary Wine
week, will help the "Publix's Spirit of &Cheese reception from
United Way in reaching Giving extends through- -5 p.m. to 7 p.m. May 15.
its 2014 Campaign goal out all levels within the ...Take a stroll down from
of $900,000. company. Volunteerism I!"Gallery Walk and join
In the last five years, and community in- ; i... Artist Sandi Orgovan
Publix Charities has volvement (are) enthu- .... "..........moved to Florida in 2004
contributed more than siastically modeled," after years of interest
$1 million, and histor- Blackwell Hussey said in her dad's sketches,
ically invested millions "That is why Publix is so tFpoems and paintings.
throughout the years in successful today." Being overwhelmed by
local human services for The United Way the beauty of Florida, she
residents of Charlotte of Charlotte County began taking pictures
County. represents Port of sunsets, wildlife,
Local United Way Charlotte, Boca vegetation and the water.
Executive Director Grande, Englewood, Explore the beauty she
Carrie Blackwell Hussey Punta Gorda and the has captured in her
said Publix Super surrounding com- photos at the reception.
Markets Inc. is consid- munities. The United A variety of wine and
ered a critical partner in Way Campaign for N ..cheeses will be able for
the United Way's efforts the Common Good ... iall to enjoy. The business
to campaign for the mobilizes people and is proud to be part of the
common good. organizations through- PHOTO PROVIDED BY UNITED WAY OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY Art & Humanities Council
"Publix is the flagship out Charlotte County to of Charlotte County's Art
of social responsibility," take action and improve Celebrating Publix's contribution to United Way of Charlotte County are, from left: United Way in Public Places program.
she said. The company the education, income board member and Publix district manager Jerry Reed; former United Way board member Kathy For more information,
is "successful, because and health of our Silverberg; board members Leah Valenti and Sue Sifrit; United Way Executive Director Carrie call 941-639-1133, or visit
of their corporate communities. Blackwell Hussey, and Brian West, Publix Lakeland Division community relations manager.
[ BUSINESS Journal]
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The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS C Our Town Page 7
Doris M. Scott, 66,
FROM PAGE 5 of Englewood, Fla., May Day picnic accepted graciously. For Mahrs celebrate 65 years
passed away peacefully on tap more information, call
W illia m Storlie Thursday, 941-626-7631.I
May 1, 2014, The 120th annual
William "Bill" Storlie, at Fawcett Fort Ogden May Day Comcast offers
75, of Punta Gorda, Memorial Homecoming Picnic, or job fair
Fla., passed away Hospital annual reunion for all
Thursday, April 17, in Port Fort Ogden residents, Comcast has
2014, surrounded by Charlotte, will be held starting at scheduled a job fair
love and in the arms of Fla., follow- I p.m. Sunday at Kings for open positions in
his wife. ing a period Park, 6294 S.W. River St. Southwest Florida.
He was born Feb. 23, of declining health. All residents, past and Positions include retail
1939, in Lakeville, She was born May 29, present, are invited. and business sales and
Minn., to Oren and 1947, in Chicago, Ill., Come and visit with installation, and service .
Mary Storlie. a beloved daughter of old friends and make technicians based in
Bill will be greatly Stanley and Beverly (nee some new ones. Bring a Charlotte, Collier, Lee
missed by his best Bennett) Robson. covered dish to share, a and Sarasota counties.
friend and wife of Miss Scott was a folding chair and a card Recruiters and hiring
nearly 20 years, Mary; bartender and a wait- table if possible. DeSoto managers will be on-site
children, Chad (Deb), ress most of her life. County Sheriff Will Wise to conduct interviews l ak and Joan Mahr of North Port, Fla., will
Chip, Rick and Melissa; She enjoyed spending will provide iced tea for qualified candidates. --ceebrate their 65th wedding anniversary
brthrs Lonrdtime with family and and water. Pulled pork The fair is set for 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 7, 2014.
(Judy), Donald (Alice) friends. Doris was a and barbecued chicken to 7 p.m. Wednesday Originally from Ohio, they were married May 7,
and John (Mariann) doll collector, and built will be provided as well. at the Career Resource 1949, in Angola, Ind. They eloped because Joan was
and their children; mini dollhouses in her Bring any memorabilia Center, 3050 Horseshoe only 19, and they could not get married in Ohio.
grandchildren, Brianna, spare time. She was an you have. There will be Drive N., Naples. Frank's career in electrical engineering took them to
Aaron, Mason, Conner animal lover and always a prize for the oldest Comcast offers several locations in Ohio, and also to Texas, North
and Tanner; and a wide had many pets. Doris newspaper item or competitive pay and Carolina and to Saudi Arabia for six years, working
circle of close friends. was with her partner, photo. For more infor- benefits for full- and for the American Arabian Oil Company. While living
He was preceded in Robert E. Anderson, for mation, call Irma Hay at part-time employees, in Saudi Arabia, Joan worked for the same company,
death by his parents; 29 years, and they shared 863-494-4908. including insurance, as a receptionist.
and previous wife, Sue. a home in Englewood. free digital television Joan and Frank retired to the Harbor Isles
A celebration of life She is survived by Spring recital and Internet service Community in North Port in 1985. They have
will be held at 5:30 p.m. two children, James L. on tap for employees in enjoyed participating in many activities over the
Wednesday, May 7, Laws of Englewood, serviceable areas, a years, such as golf, bowling, bocce, potlcks and
2014, at Twin Isles and Brandy L. Monarch The Peace River 401 (k) program and a Bible study. "Joanie" is well-known for her many
Country Club in Punta of Jacksonville, Fla.; Music Teachers stock purchase plan. humorous skits in the Harbor Isles Follies, and she
Gorda. three grandchildren, Association presents For more information continues to sell the 50/50 tickets every Saturday
Jena Preston of its Spring Recital about job openings with morning during Coffee Hour.
E N GLEWO0OD Texas, Trevor Laws of with piano and voice Comicast, visit http:/ The Mahrs were blessed with five children, Bill
Massachusetts, and students performing jobs. comicast. com, and Tom Mahr of Florida, John of Kentucky, and
William "Boo" Preston at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Mary and Jim of Texas; along with six grandchildren
George Howard Ill of Jacksonville; and Unitarian Universalist Meals on Wheels and 14 great- grandchildren, all of Ohio.
Gibb one great- grandchild, Fellowship of Charlotte to hold Visani They will celebrate their anniversary with family
Adriana Kasinger. County, 1532 Forrest fu nd raiser and their special little dog, Lucy.
George Howard Gibb, There will be a Nelson Blvd., Port
99, of RotondaWest, Fla., celebration of her life Charlotte. Students Meals on Wheels of
passed away Monday, at I p.m. Saturday, performing range in Charlotte County will FAMILY ALBUM ANNOUNCEMENTS
April 21, 2014, at his May 10, 2014, at Beaver's age from 6 to adults. hold a fundraiser at
home. Arrangements Sports Bar and Grill, Vocal students will offer 8 p.m. Wednesday at $27 fr a pht, up to 200 wrds
are by Roberson Funeral 4299 S. Access Road, songs from Broadway Visani Restaurant & The
Home & Crematory Port Englewood. musicals, and advanced Comedy Zone, 2400 $54 for a photo, up to 300 words
Charlotte, Fla., Chapel. Arrangements are piano students will Play Kings Highway, PortStpbyorlclunfie
by Lemon Bay Funeral pieces by Clementi and Charlotte. Tickets forStpyyorlclunfie
Marilyn Conklin Home. Brahms. the show are $12 each, to pick up a form.
Johnson The public is invited with 100 percent of the
NORTH PORT to this concert, which proceeds going to Meals
M arilyn is free of charge. on Wheels. There is also ,
Conklin Donations will be a two-drink purchaseLATMSBT-EERIT
Johnson, Shan M. Breton accepted graciously. For minimum. Seating is NONFICTION FICTION
90, passed more information, call on a first-come, first- l:'Flash Bys,"by Michael Lewis l:'The Gdfinch by Dnna Tartt
away Shan M. Breton, 27, of 941-743-2408. served basis in the (Norton: $27.95) A post-fi- (Little, Brown: $30) A young man
peacefully North Port, Fla., passed fundraiser section. To nancial crisis taleof a group of clings toa painting yearsafter
Satr day2 a a Tu s a rl2 9, B row n Bag book a reservation call Wall Street guys reforming the surviving an explosion at a museum
He1-as9-9nchawareness markets via high-frequency that killed his mother.
2014, at her winter Hews Lnhaaees tion Meals on Wheels. trading. 2:'The Fault in Our Stars;'byJohn
home, surrounded by born event Tickets may be picked 2:'Face the Music," by Paul Green (Dutton: $17.99) Two teenagers
her fam ily. Aug. 2 1, T eC al teup at the Meals on Stanley (Harper~ne: $28.99) A fighting cancer fall in loe.
She was born July 15, 1986, Cute CHaotes Wheels, 3082 Tamiami behind-the-music memoir from 3:-'In Paradise,"by Peter Matthiessen
1923, in Glenn, Mich., in Port Coaltou n dthes Trail, Port Charlotte. For the frontman of KISS. (Riverhead: $27.95) An American
whres here ied Chl otte Charlotte Comm unity m ore information, call 3:'10 Percent Happier,"by Dan schar attends a meditative retreat at
rien t re Fl Sano n ain ilpa Debbie at 941-457-1638. Harris (It Books: $25.99) The Auschwitz in 1996.
Mar ily n r a estar t ess ried her Shan F on atBon wilpay Visani opens for dinner "Nightl ine" anchr's meditative 4."Can't and Wn't: Stries"by Lydia
carer n ealesate is urive b hi hot o aBr wn agat 5 p.m.; happy hour is adventure to find peace after an Davis (Farrar, Straus & Giroux: $26) This
in 1961, establishing mother, Christina Lunch fundraising and until 6 p.m. on-air panic attack. sixth collection of short stories strips
Conklin Real Estate in Kovitch of Florida; awareness event from "vrtigINetoKw naaietotsmtesnilfr.
1963, and remaining father, Glenn Breton noon to 2 p.m. Monday Cont."Evcs erhn Fro aNette oldn Inve oismsention o form.,"y u
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OurTown Page 8 C The Sun /Sunday, May 4,2014
Derek Dunn-Rankin Chairman Brian Gleason Editorial page editor
David Dunn-Rankin Publisher Stephen Baumann Editorial writer
Chris Porter Executive Editor
'; IE W P O IN T Email letters to
Sea turtles
make the swim
back home again
enjoy an amazing natural
U nless you've recently
moved here, you prob- ML__
ably know the sea turtle
drill by now:
Turn off. Clean up. Drop by
to watch at a distance.
Sea turtles are coming back
to Southwest Florida for the 0
annual nesting season, which
began May I and extends to OVOR
Oct. 31. The phenomenon
can be something special to -------------
experience, but you've got to
steer clear of the activity and t
respect the rules regarding
these endangered or threat-
ened species.
Here are the rules as
set down by Charlotte and
Sarasota County ordinance:
Of primary importance if
you live near the beach or are
visiting after sundown: Shield
all lights that can be seen from
shore. Better yet, just turn off
outdoor house lights at night.
Close the drapes or plastic
blinds. Try your best to make
sure bright light doesn't project A WHi"fic'
out into the Gulf.
The reason is that nighttime
lights deter sea turtles trying to being able to be made almost much-talked-about homeless 12.6 percent tax on average,
find a suitable spot for digging LETTERS TO at will. shelter out there. I'm sure and we all remember the low
a nest onshore. Artificial light THE EDITOR We have a very good group the county owns plenty of tax rate paid by Mitt Romney
disorients hatchlings emerging of commissioners now and adjacent land in that area. It's (14 percent).
from the nests. They navigate they provide sound guidance. close to the interstate, there is Romney protested being
by the brighter horizon and
their natural GPS system can Don't cheapen Will we always have such a fire station with paramedics, criticized for paying so little,
a sage group in the future? etc., plenty of shops and gas saying that he took just legal
be thrown off easily. Many our county History says no. stations. deductions and tax credits.
years, we get reports some- Let's keep a strong Comp What more could you ask This is exactly the problem. It
where of hatchlings wiggling Editor: Plan and keep one that for? Two problems solved at shouldn't be possible for such
off in the wrong direction, The recent guest column actually complies with the once. high income earners to pay so
across a road, perhaps. The in the April 30 Sun regarding state statutes. Please contact little.
result isn't pretty. the comprehensive plan was your commissioners and ask Steve Gardner One reason their taxes are
- This also is the time to interesting. After getting over them to listen to the other South Venice so low is that many of them
stop using flashlights, lan- the fact that almost 20 percent side, whose goal is to preserve pay mostly capital gains
terns or torches at the beach. of the column was devoted the character of our county, tax, which is a much lower
Campfires are a no-no. The to the author's background, I and reject the weakening of Raise the tax rate than the tax on earned
same holds for fireworks. launched into an analysis of this sound plan. on capital gains income. The capital gains
Although it's virtually impos- what was said. Being "open for business" rate should be increased.
sible to stop beach fireworks It is clear that the impetus doesn't mean we have to (Editor's note. the headline Despite the claims of some
around the Fourth of July, we for this effort to eviscerate that ran with this letter was
cheapen our county. conservatives, this could
do wish people would keep the the Comp Plan, which was incorrect.)
celebration to a minimum. just so recently developed, was Bill Dahms Editor: be done without stifling
saying. driven by developers and their Cape Haze Many conservatives seem to investment, as shown by the
- If you are lucky enough to lawyers, whose interests may think that there are millions very strong performance of
be staying at the beach, please not always be to protect the of people on welfare, food the stock market during the
remove plastic chairs, tables character of our communities. Two problems stamps and Medicaid who Clinton years.
and toys at night. They create The author references solved at once shouldn't be and resent them Removing tax loopholes
obstructions. Also fill in any Florida statutes, but the for "leeching off hard-workin that favor the wealthy would
holes you've dug: hatchlings proposed changes don't seem Editor: Americans." 9 help to reverse the massive
can get themselves trapped in to comply with the basic There has been and will There is little evidence that redistribution of wealth. If we
holes, and when they do, they requirements as promulgated continue to be a lot of con- such widespread abuse of our want to do something about
die. Chances of survival in the by the state. The Comp Plan troversy with the proposal of entitlement programs takes income and wealth inequality,
wild are slim enough as is. should set the policy and building thousands of new place, but we do give away we must insist that the cur-
Don't diminish their opportu- principles from which proce- homes on all of this environ- hundreds of billions each year rent tax code be made fairer.
nities any further. dures, like land development mentally sensitive land in the to wealthy people because of This will almost surely require
- Don't let your dog run crazy regulations, follow. Removing far east reaches of Venice. extraordinary benefits they that we change the makeup of
on the beach. They scare off the policy protections opens Actually, the simplest receive through our tax code. Congress with our votes.
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The Sun /Sunday, May 4,2014 VIEWPOINT C OurTown Page 9
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Harry Reid 10 s Koch habit
he time has come with you anymore."' he suggested that the Reid was responsible for number of Republicans
to stop the denial I caught up with Reid Kochs' attempt to "buy 29 of them. voted with us, we would
and to admit that in the hall outside and America 'made them In Wednesday's Senate have minimum wage."
Senate Majority Leader -WWI asked whether he was "about as un-American debate, Reid found a An aide said Reid was
Harry Reid has a Koch concerned that all these as anyone I can imag- way to blame the Kochs referring to public re-
problem. Dana Koch mentions were ine." That is factually for the Republicans' marks by six Republican
More than 100 times turning him into a Koch incorrect. The Roberts opposition to the senators defending the
on the Senate floor in Milbank addict. "I tried that line; Supreme Court has made minimum wage increase. Kochs. Minority Leader
the past few months, the nobody picked it up," it downright patriotic to "Absolutely no one was Mitch McConnell of
Senate's top Democrat he said. "I said they were buy elections. surprised yesterday when Kentucky called the
has invoked Charles Koch addicts." The senator recognizes Americans for Prosperity, pair "the left's latest
and David Koch, the bil- I repeat, billionaire He did, on March 4: that in modern politics it which is only one of the bizarre obsession," while
lionaire brothers who benefactors the Koch "Senate Republicans are works to demonize Koch-funded political Louisiana s David Vitter
have pumped hundreds brothers." addicted to Koch." the enemy and as organizations, instructed proclaimed "God bless
of millions of dollars into After Republicans But somebody picked it ultra-secretive oil Republicans in Congress the Koch brothers" and
conservative causes and blocked a minimum up: The Washington Free tycoons, the Kochs come to vote against a mini- Ted Cruz of Texas spoke
campaigns. wage increase with a Beacon, a conservative from bogeyman central mum wage increase," he of the "impropriety" of
After a brief respite filibuster, Reid went to website, included it in casting. Conservatives said. Reid trying to turn "two
during the Easter recess the Senate TV gallery a montage it made this did the same thing Reid went on to con- private citizens" into
(during which time Reid and complained that month of the 134 times and worse to tend that "the will of the 11 characters almost out of
turned his ire to the "Republicans are defend- Reid uttered the Koch liberal billionaire George Koch brothers seems to Dr. Seuss." The Louisiana
"domestic terrorists" who ing ... the Koch brothers, name, nearly all since he Soros, who endured be the top priority for my Republican Party filed an
supported Cliven Bundy while they come to the first tried a Koch fine on attacks by Glenn Beck in Republican colleagues" ethics complaint against
in Reid's home state of floor and oppose raising Feb. 26. These include: 20 10 that had anti- Semit- and that House Budget Reid, saying he used
Nevada) the senator has the minimum wage." "Koch dollars," "Koch ic overtones. Tom DeLay, Committee Chairman his government-funded
relapsed into a full- A reporter asked a money," "Koch ads," Nancy Pelosi, Karl Rove Paul Ryan, R-Wis., "will website to attack the
blown Koch habit. question about a pro "Kochs'immorality" and Reid himself, among need to check with the brothers.
Opening a minimum posed constitutional "Koch brothers' radical many others, have served Koch brothers first" be- Good luck with that.
wage debate Wednesday, amendment that would philosophy," "Koch broth- as demons. fore drafting legislation. An ethics complaint
he said that if "Americans limit campaign contribu- ers' fies," "Koch-Ryan bud- Some Democrats have After Democrats is weak medicine for
are searching for an an- tions. Reid answered with get" and "I'm not afraid of joined Reid in his Koch fell six votes short of an advanced Koch
swer" to why Republicans a non sequitur: "The Koch the Koch brothers." Reid campaign, but a search breaking the filibuster, dependency.
11 would refuse to raise brothers, of course, have also described the Kochs of the Congressional Reid told reporters that Dana Milbank is a
the minimum wage, they they scored this vote," as Las Vegas iflusionists Record finds that of the 11 six Republicans have Washington Post colum-
should look no further he said. "In effect what and "power-drunk 74 occasions on which rushed to defend Dave nist. Readers may reach
than Republicans' bil- they did is say, 'If you vote billionaires." the Kochs have come and Charlie, the Koch him at danamilbank@
lionaire benefactors yes, we're not going to be Reid went too far when up during this Congress, brothers. ... If the same
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Hig h P lains moochers
t is, in a way, too bad actually welfare queens money from hard-work- speeches (as opposed to such problems aren't
that Cliven Bundy of the purple sage. ing Americans and gives his actual governance, real, that they're invented
the rancher who And this in turn means it to Those People. White which was a lot more by elitists who want to
became a right-wing that treating Bundy as people who wear cowboy flexible than the legend). take away our freedom.
hero after refusing to some kind of libertarian hats while profiting They insist that the And along with this an-
pay fees for grazing his Paul hero is, not to put too from government rights of private property ti-intellectualism goes a
animals on federal land, fine a point on it, crazy. subsidies just don't fit the are absolute, and that general dumbing-down,
and bringing in armed Krugman Suppose he had been stereotype. government is always an exaltation of suppos-
men to support his defi- grazing his cattle on Most of all, however the problem, never the edly ordinary folks who
ance has turned out to land belonging to one of or at least that's how solution. don't hold with this kind
be a crude racist. Why2 his neighbors, and had it seems to me the The trouble is that of stuff. Think of it as
Because his ranting has of Land Management refused to pay for the Bundy fiasco was a such beliefs are funda- the right's duck-dynastic
given conservatives an charges fees for the privilege. That would byproduct of the dumb- mentally indefensible moment.
easy out, a way to disso- use of its property. The clearly have been theft ing down that seems ever in the modern world, You can see how
ciate themselves from his only difference from and brandishing guns more central to the way which is rife with what Bundy, who came across
actions without facing private ownership is when someone tried to America s right operates. economists call exter- as a straight-talking
up to the terrible wrong that by all accounts the stop the theft would have American conserva- nalities costs that Marlboro Man, fit right
turn their movement has government charges too turned it into armed tism used to have room private actions impose into that mindset.
taken. little that is, it doesn't robbery. The fact that in for fairly sophisticated on others, but which Unfortunately, he turned
For at the heart of the collect as much money this case the public owns views about the role of people have no financial out to be a bit more
standoff was a perversion as it could, and in many the land shouldn't make government. Its eco- incentive to avoid. You straight-talking than
of the concept of free- cases doesn't even charge any difference. nomic patron saint used might want, for example, expected.
dom, which for too much enough to cover the costs So what were people to be Milton Friedman, to declare that what a I'd like to think that
of the right has come to that these private activ- like Sean Hannity of Fox who advocated aggres- farmer does on his own the whole Bundy affair
mean the freedom of the ities impose. In effect, News, who went all in on sive money-printing, land is entirely his own will cause at least some
wealthy to do whatever the government is using Bundy's behalf, thinking? if necessary, to avoid business; but what if of the people who
they want, without re- its ownership of land to Partly, no doubt, it was depressions. It used to he uses pesticides that backed him to engage
gard to the consequences subsidize ranchers and the general demoniza- include environmental- contaminate the water in self-reflection, and
for others. mining companies at tion of government if ists who took pollution supply, or antibiotics that ask how they ended up
Start with the narrow taxpayers' expense. someone looks as if he seriously but advocated speed the evolution of lending support, even
issue of land use. For It's true that some is defying Washington, market-based solutions drug-resistant microbes? briefly, to someone like
historical reasons, the of the people profiting he's a hero, never mind like cap-and-trade or You might want to that. But I don't expect it
federal government owns from implicit taxpayer the details. Partly, emissions taxes rather declare that government to happen.
a lot of land in the West; subsidies manage, all one suspects, it was than rigid rules. intervention never helps; Paul Krugman is a
some of that land is open the same, to convince also about race not But today's conserva- but who else can deal columnistfor The New
to ranching, mining themselves and others Bundy's blatant racism, tive leaders were raised with such problems? York Times. He can be
and so on. Like any that they are rugged but the general notion on Ayn Rand's novels Well, one answer is reached via www.
landowner, the Bureau individualists. But they're that government takes and Ronald Reagan's denial insistence that

Our Town Page 10 C VIEWPOINT The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014
Obama at a 'dead p oint'
hen the 44 percent job-approval consequences can be response to Russia's home and looking at a
Washington rating in The Wall Street avoided until, say, Hillary slow-rolling invasion of brutal November.
Post-ABC Journal-NBC News poll, Clinton's first term. a sovereign European Maybe the mid-
News poll at the end of while he is at 41 percent, There are two big country constitutes, at terms won't be so bad.
March showed a very [ :his lowest showing ever, problems with this best, a flashing yellow Certainly, this White
slim plurality supporting Ric in the Post-ABC News approach. One is that light for Vladimir Putin's House has proved itself
Obamacare, Democrats Lowry survey. while the public is ex- aggression. adept at turning the
hoped the health care Lowry According to every hausted with the world, As the distressing pointless and jejune to
law had finally turned indicator, the public is it can't enjoy seeing us news piled up during its advantage. So per-
the proverbial corner. sour, the economy lack- look powerless or get the president's Asia haps the Koch brothers
Then came the Post- luster and Republicans humiliated by thuggish trip no Trans-Pacific and the "pay gap" and
ABC poll in April. It had standing with the much more motivated adversaries. Partnership, no Middle whatever else it comes
the law underwater public changes, the to vote than Democrats. This explains the East peace deal or even up with will limit the
again, with 44 percent more it stays the same. The general environment seeming paradox of the Middle East peace losses.
supporting it and 49 per- Democrats always want looks to be November president giving the pub- process the president But barring some-
cent opposed, right to insist that the debate 2010 all over again, lic what it wants -You compared himself to a thing truly unforeseen,
back to where it was in over the health care law except it hasn't been think we should have less singles hitter. The leader the president will
January. is over. If so, they have preceded by an interlude influence in the world? of the free world prob- still be worse off in
This is consistent lost it at least the of historic Democratic No problem! but still ably imagines himself Congress than he is
with a new Wall Street debate over whether the accomplishments. getting low marks on Ichiro Suzuki, one of now, and another step
Journal-NBC News poll law is worthy of support. The president just con- foreign policy. He's at his the great contact hitters closer to certified
that has 36 percent of The March Obamacare cluded an appropriately lowest rating yet, 38 per- of all time, when his lame-duckery. Despite
people considering the enrollment surge hasn't desultory trip to Asia. He cent, on his handling record puts him more his boasting about
health care law a good brought springtime for has always wanted not to of foreign affairs in the in league with Mario March enrollments, it
idea and 46 percent a President Barack Obama, "pivot to Asia," as the slo- WSJ-NBC News poll. Mendoza. is still the springtime of
bad idea, and consistent just the soggy reality that gan would have it, but to Approval for his Obama is at what his discontent.
with the Kaiser poll that he stands to be about pivot to home. The grand handling of the Ukraine Abraham Lincoln once
has had support for as much of a drag on strategy abroad has been crisis specifically is referred to during his Rich Lowry is the editor
the law at 38 percent to his party in November to duck and cover and in the 30s in both career in Illinois, using of the National Review.
46 percent the past two as anyone would have hope the unraveling of polls. And that seems steamboat lingo, as a Readers may reach him
months. expected a few months the U.S. position is slow high. The president's "dead point" -weak at comments. lowry@
The more Obamacare's ago. He ticked up to a enough that any dire excruciatingly labored abroad, frustrated at nationalreviewcom.
Wh Y the rich are rattled
he Milken Institute When wealth grows spot. Perhaps it's that, of Harvard students' to do, might help, but
Global Conference, faster than income, so on some level, we're all parents is now about it wouldn't get at those
an annual gather- does the gap between finally worried rich $450,000 a year. That's giant pools of inherited
ing of investment bank- rich and poor. Those and poor alike that, the parents of all Harvard wealth. Or, Piketty sug-
ers plus a smattering of with wealth will see their as he warns, the growing students, not just the gests, we could reinsti-
social entrepreneurs, Dye assets grow ever larger, inequality is likely to alumni legacies. So much tute the estate tax, which
scientists and Hollywood Dye while those who have create resentment and for pure meritocracy. now applies only to
stars, is a sea of expen- McManus little or no wealth will class warfare. But even if we all agree bequests over $5.34 mil-
sive suits and beautiful ...............................miss out. These resentments there's a problem, we're lion, the top 0. 1 percent
shoes a convention There was no real dis- will increase, Piketty still far apart on a solu- of estates. But none of
not of the top I percent agreement at the Milken suggests, as wealth tion, and the prescription that is likely to happen in
but of the top 0. 1 per- Piketty's argument conference with Piketty's passes from the hands Piketty offers belongs on this anti-tax era.
cent. boils down to this: premise. of entrepreneurs and the fantasy shelf. We've reached a
Hot topics this year in- Economic history As Alan Schwartz, investors who at least He says the best rem- moment, in other words,
cluded some you would suggests that the gold- chairman of Guggenheim had a hand in creating edy would be an annual when there's broad
expect: the outlook for en years that followed Partners and a charter their fortunes to their tax on capital. Anyone consensus that we have a
the world economy, ways World War 11 and the member of the I percent, heirs, who simply had who owns more than problem but we've sworn
to make new fortunes in technology boom of the put it, "If society doesn't the good luck to be born $1.5 million in assets off all the obvious ways
finance and energy, the 1990s were exceptions, think it's a fair game, it into wealthy families. might be taxed, say, to fix it.
prospects for disruptive and that the kind of slow will not work, no matter The growth of that I percent, while assets Long ago, Herb Stein,
innovation in technology growth we're seeing now what we think. 'Let them inheritance-heavy over $5 million might be the chief economic ad-
and medicine. is more normal. eat cake' didn't work so elite, Piketty warns, will taxed at 2 percent. visor to President Nixon,
But there was also a lot During periods of well in France." "radically undermine That idea is econom- coined Stein's law: If
of talk at the conference slow growth, he posits, Still, it's striking that the meritocratic values ically logical, but it's something cannot go on
this week about a 656- income grows slowly for a 656-page economics on which democratic politically impossible. Too forever, it will stop. Our
page book on inequal- all but the top I percent. treatise is commanding societies are based," with many American voters growing gaps in income
ity. Thomas Piketty, a But investments are an- such a large share of public "consequences (that) are would think it sounds like and wealth are likely to
French economist who other matter; on average, debate at the moment- potentially terrifying." communism. Besides, it continue for a long time,
thinks the increasing they grow faster than the especially from people Inequality of wealth, would require an inter- but they won't continue
concentration of wealth economy. who are unlikely to ever Piketty argues, also national treaty to keep indefinitely. All that
threatens democratic These days, we'd be read it. (In fact, itfs not makes it harder to create rich people from simply remains to determine is
societies, didn't attend delighted to see the as daunting as it looks, the kind of equal op- moving their assets to tax how and how badly -
the Milken gathering, U.S. economy grow by especially if you stick to portunity that can help havens. Even Piketty calls they will end.
but his message and 3 percent a year, but the easy chapters at the level the playing field. it "a utopian idea."
his conclusion that the anyone with investments beginning and the end and Take education, the most Raising income Doyle McManus is a
solution is to tax the expects them to grow skip the denser economics important escape route taxes on the I percent, columnist for The Los
assets of the rich rat- at least 4 percent a year in the middle, as I did.) from poverty for gen- as President Obama has Angeles Times. Readers
tled through the Beverly (and, of course, hopes for Piketty has clearly erations. Piketty notes repeatedly and fruit- may reach him at doyle.
Hilton's meeting rooms. more). found our not-so-sweet that the average income lessly asked Congress
W l ta tax in many respects." the Senate "amended" revenue bills would be not analogous to a fine, committed the legis-
W I LIt is collected by the this bill by obliterating nullified. fits neither exception to lative legerdemain of
IRS, and the proceeds it. The Senate renamed Case law establishes the Origination Clause. pretending to merely
FROM PAGE 9 go to the Treasury for it and completely erased that the Origination The ACA's defenders amend a House bill
the general norations it,, content, replacingr Clause does, not applyT say it', tax is, snohowIA while ac-tu]ally origrinat-

The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS C OurTown Page I
Diving into lake cleanup history
By GARY ROBERTS --' .... .- %
While Charlotte County : --: ;
has grappled with the .... '-- -
algae contamination ofI '";""
Sunshine Lake/Sunrise -,7 ,
Waterway with mixed. .. ;d-.-.. .
results, waterfront home- Y
oweshave lived and
breathed the issue for
the past five years. Some ; <
residents have endured ,
skin rashes and respira-... -j. ;
tory problems due to the :
smell and acrid odor. PHOTO PROVIDED BY DAVID TOMASKO :
At a Apil 2 metin The algal bloom as it appeared in May 2011, on the Sunrise
in Parkside, the scien- Wtra tteGrrd vnebig rsig
tific community and Wtra tteGrrd vnebig rsig
neighborhood residents
converged to hear the SUNSHINE LAKE TIMELINE
l a t e s t o n a n u p c o m i n g- S p i g 2 0 C h r o t C o n y a e t d t t e a l e b y a k s e
water-testing program Spig20 ChrotConyaetdttealebyaese
and to rehash events homeowners.
leadng u to he evi- Summer 2011 -County undertakes study after seeing an
rnetlcii.increase in algae. PHOTO PROVIDED BY DAVID TOMASKO
'At that time, in Spring 2012 -The Atkins Report stated the equivalent of 100 ThthcmukoteSnrsWarwytteGrrdeAnebigenJnay20.
m d20,teew million to 150 million gallons of raw sewage would be needed toTh th kmukoth Snrs Waewy tteGrrdeA nebigenJnay20 .
nod-20colathee ud ing generate the amount of nutrients in the lake and waterway, but does
nonohig ter w snot find a direct cause of the algae.
no nohing;therewas- Spring 2012 -Charlotte County health officials asked residents ,
orange, bubbly scum to stay away from the algal blooms growing in the lake and to stop i -,i.,i~l L ,.._Jl
foam on the lefhand watering their lawns with its water to avoid an allergic reaction.
side bank. That's where Fall 2012 -A Florida Department of Environmental Protection
it all began," said Joanne stud y fi nds n o traces of h uma n waste wi th in th e wate rway system.
Mulvaney, who lives on Fall 2012 -Charlotte County accepts a $1.9 million bid of
the Sunrise Waterway. ProLime Corporation to dredge the lake and waterway to remove algae. ::
"From that point on, it An estimated $2.5 million will be needed to clean up the lake. .
progressed." Winter 2012-2013 -Last samples of FDEP study determined -
At its worst, a thick the type of algae present is non-toxic. ...;
layer of cyanobacteria, Summer 2013 Charlotte County completed testing in the lake ... ... ...' :
also known as blue-green and waterway system and found fecal levels fell within tolerable limits. ..... z..-.... ;:
algae, consumed nearly January 2014 -Charlotte County approves a $1.1 million ......
50 percent of the eight- additional payment for the cleanup of Sunshine Lake/Sunrise Waterway.
acre lake's water volume April 2014 -Dredging delayed due to discovery of Little Blue
and parts of the adjacent Heron nests, pushing the overall cost of lake and waterway cleanup
Sunrise Waterway that to $4 million, to be paid by the Mid County Stormwater MSBU and tax k
flows into Charlotte increment financing from the Parkside Community Redevelopment ...
Harbor. Area. Sr
Since dredging Compiled by Gary Roberts ; .. -
operations began to.. ,-ar": .-,
remove the thick muck, Midway Boulevard, testing is about to begin,
water quality has visibly where the homes are covering three locations testing program due to SUN PHOTO BY GARY ROBERTS
improved, but the time served by septics and the and several sampling budget considerations, T eedywtrq aiyi iil m rvda h ot n
and cost required for groundwater flows down techniques, starting this and willing to cut corners ofh ie a ke, t e ultsvi s ly po e d of the o rt fagen
the cleanup continues to the lake. month and extending on the potential solution, contamination.
to multiply. And the "It's unusual to have through the rainy which could include
cause of the algal sewer areas and have season. Residents don't installing re-charge wells there have been no cost to fix this," Tomasko
bloom still has not been waterway problems," understand why this next and a downstream weir restrictions set on solving said, "and we wouldn't
determined. Montgomery said. comprehensive testing to maintain active water the problem. pay attention if there
David Tomasko is a There is no lack of program wasn't begun flow and water levels "There's no pressure was."
biologist working with potential sources of nu- sooner. through the waterway from the county for us to
the Atkins environmental trient overload, however, "This should have been system. limit how much it would mail grobert@un-heraldxor
firm on the water-test- and the cause of the done years ago," said Public Works director
ing program that will nitrogen and phosphorus Scott Andrichak, who Danny Quick took issue
help forge a long-range contamination may is not a resident of the with this characteriza-
waterway management end up being a combi- Sunshine Lake area but tion, saying the county is
plan. He said the exact nation of some or all of lives in Port Charlotte. providing the resources
cause of the algal bloom them -sewage infil- "If your family was living needed to get the job
may never be known. tration, fertilizer runoff, on the lake, wouldn't done. In addition, he
"We're not necessarily Hurricane Charley, and you want more testing to promised complete
going to find a smoking low water levels and poor make sure it's not toxic? transparency, saying up-
gun there," he said. "It circulation in the lake The question is, Why dated information on the
could be that whatever and waterway. wasn't it done?" water-testing program
it was, the problem was The Atkins Report Andrichak also charged will be made available on
fixed." posed its own scenario, that the county was the county website.
Mulvaney believes raw stating raw sewage limiting the scope of the Tomasko also said
sewage from a failing leaking from hundreds
county sewer system and ofhomes over a couple FE
lift station in the area is of decades the equiva-
the source of the high lent of 100 million to 150
nutrient levels that fed million gallons -would F
the algae outbreak. She be needed to generate
questions why Atkins the amount of nutrients SK NA NE
wasn't given evidence needed to create a seven- SK N CC E
of the county's cracked foot-thick algal mat.S CEN N
sewer pipes -consisting However, the report itself 4 7 P 7+ T -

Our Town Page 12 C LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014
TviwtdyslglntcsNOTICE OF NOTICE OF
3100 https://www.charlotte realfore- a Final Judgment filed the 28 day
close.corn, in accordance with of March, 2014, in Case [o. 12-
Q, Chapter 45 Florida Statutes, rela- 36604A 1fteCrutCuto
. tive to the following described the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in ./ ...
property as set forth in the Final and for Charlotte County, Florida,
- Judgment, to wit: in which CAPITAL VIL LLO is the
LOT 30, BLOCK 4211, PORT Plaintiff and GEORGE OSPINA
_TION 58, A SUBDIVISION Defendants. I shall sell to the
LE A S BOOK 5, PAGES 72A THROUGH a.m. on the 11 day of July, 2014, eel ..
72J, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS the following described property ........
OF CHARLOTi-E COUNTY, FLORI- set forth in the Final Judgment. :
IDA. Lot 16, Block 1354, Port
FICTITIOUS NAME Any person claiming an interest in Charlotte Subdivision, Section .........
the surplus from the sale, if any, 13, according to the map or
3112other than the property owner as plat thereof as recorded in
Z z of the date of the Lis Pendlens Plat Book 5, Page 2A, Public
must file a claim within 60 days Records of Charlotte County,
5/4/2014 after the sale. Florida. .....
NOTICE OF TIES ACT. If you are a person 2014.
] ACTIN ] with a disability who needs BARBARA T. SCOTi-
AUCTIONany accommodation in order CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
319to participate in this proceed- By: J. Miles
ing, you are entitled, at no Deputy Clerk -./:
cost to you, to the provision of If you are a person with a disabili-
NOTICE OF AUCTION certain assistance. Please ty who needs any accommoda- ..
GR18VENTURES TOWING contact Jon Embury, Adminis- tion in order to participate in this
Dae Ma o6,214 ,rative Services Manager, procedng you are entlea
Time: 8:00 a.m. whose office is located at 350 no cost to you, to the provision of
Location: 19500 Peachland Blvd. E. Marion Avenue, Punta certain assistance. Please con-
Port Charlotte, FL 33950 Gorda, Florida 33950, and tact the Administrative Services
Chevy Van 1986 whose telephone number is Manager whose office is located
Vin # 1GCDM15Z2GB208088 (941) 637-2110, at least 7 at. 350 East Marion Avenue,
Chevy Van days before your scheduled Punta Gorda, FL 33950 and
Vin# 1GNDM19W9XB142730 court appearance, or immedi- whose telephone number is 941- SUN PHOTO BY AL HEMINGWAY
Publish: May 4, 2014 ately upon receiving this noti- 637-2281, within two working
362632 3035989 fication if the time before the days of your receipt of this notice Charlotte County FL-051 Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol members Jim Kaletta and
scheduled appearance is less of sale; if you are hearing or voice
NOIE F than 7 days; if you are hear- impaired, call 711. Ernie Maresca hold their Wright Brothers Master Pilot Awards. Both men have more than 50 years
OTCEOUF ing or voice impaired, call Publish: May 4 and 11, 2014 of flying with noaccidents or violations.
FRCOUE 711. 119616 3036133 o l i g s f
Z2Dated at PUNTA GORDA, Florida 50 years o li gs f
this 16th day of A&ri, 2014.
K oitoPU
20TH JUDICIAL C IRCUIT, IN AND CLERK O F THE CIRCUIT CO URTBy A HE I G Yo n y t o w o h v ituf a X a d s ar e
FLORIDA. Publish: 4/27/14 and 5/4/14 SUN CORRESPONDENT who reside in Charlotte flying at the age of 12,
CASE No. 08 2010 CA 002639 329037 3032757 TO W ORK County. soloed when I was 16,
BANK OF AMERICA, ITHCICTCOROFHEWhen Ernie Maresca "I sponsored Ernie, he and got my license at 17.
NAINLASOITO, TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOR YOU! ws renewing his flight filled out the application, Ernie got his license at
v.Plaintiff. IN AND FOR instructor's permit at and I wrote a short bio the age of 18. 1 became
AGUILAR, MARTHA, et. al., CARLE ON TY, 08-2012 A1 the Orlando office of about him," he said. "It an airline pilot at 19; 1
Defendants. CS O 821-A011
NOTICE OF FIDELITY BANK FIND A JOB' the Federal Aviation takes about three to four was one of the youngest.
FORECLOSURE SALE V.Plaintiff, B YAH M Administration recently, months to receive it. It's I am also rated on heli-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- MURA BUYEN INDIRAEY the inspector there in- a real honor to get it. A copters and seaplanes."
sunttoa Ode o inl ud-GOMEZ N/K/A INDIRA YAIZETH BUY A CAR! formed him he qualified fraction of the pilots, less Maresca was a check
ment entered in Case No. 08 GOMEZ-TUGMEN; UNKNOWN for the prestigious Wright than I percent in the pilot on the original
2010 CA 002639 of the Circuit SP U E O M RA G EN
Cor fte2T uiilCrutUNKNOWN SPOUSE OF INDIRA Y. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Brothers Master Pilot U.S., have it"35 Airbuses that were
in and for CHARLOTT-E County, GOMEZ N/K/A INDIRA YAIZETH TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Award. Both men were really purchased by American
F lo r id a w h e r e in B A N K O F A M E G M Z T M E ; U K O NIN A N D F O R M r s a e i e u p i e o l a n t a i l n s
ICA, N.A., Plaintiff, and, AGUILAR, TENANT 1UE;: UNKNowOWNTENANT CHARLOTT-E COUNTY, FLORIDA Mrsa eie upie olanta ilns
MARTHA, et. al., are Defendants, 2; AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES GENERAL JURISDICTION American Airlines the FAA had compiled "We would fly from
will sell to the highest bidder for CAMNBYTHOG.UDRDIVISION pilot and a flight a history of their flight Miami to Collier County
cahaww~hrot~rafr-OR AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED CASE NO. 08-2013-CA-3001118 instructor with the time, from the first day Airport for pilot train-
close.corn in accordance w ith DEFEN DANT(S), W HO (IS/ARE) THE BANK O F NEW YO RK C a l t e C u t L 0 1 t e e e v d t e rl c n i g h a d I a
Chapter 45 Florida Statutes, at NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR MELLON FKA THE BANK CalteCut L01 te eevdterlcn-ig"h ad I a
the hour of 11:00 AM, on the 9 ALIVE, WHETHER SAID OF NEW YORK, AS Composite Squadron es more than 50 years two-engine plane, and
day of June, 2014, the following UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM AS TRUSTEE (CWALT 2004-24CB); of the Civil Air Patrol, ago, to the present day. we trained the new
describTd property: HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, Plaintiff, said he had no idea that "They had the date pilots on single-engine
UNIT 204, BOCA LAGO AT ASSIGNEES. LIENORS, CREDI- vs. ND AN I U th e FA A offered su ch an th tI s l e t at w s p ro c s. n f c ,o e
UM CODN OTE OTHER CLAIMANTS; REGIONS A!K!A FERNANDO A. MANRIQUE, award. on March 24, 1964, in of the guys I checked
DECLARATION OF CONDO- BANK SUCCESSOR BY MERGER ET AL; It's no wonder. The Amityville, Long Island," out on the Airbus more
MFIIAS RECORDED INO TO AMSOUTH BANK Deednscriteria needed to qualify he said. "They had every- than 20 years ago found
3122 PAGE 719 THROUGH NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in so a pilot can be nomi- thing. It was amazing." out I received the award
779, AND SUBSEQUENT Notice is hereby given that, pur- accordance with the Final Judg- nated is quite rigorous. By the time Maresca and got ahold of me and
AMNMET THECREOD suant to the Summary Final Judg ment of Foreclosure dated AplW,
OFn THE Forecosur RECORDS on 25, 2014 in the above-styled Pilots must have 50 years had retired from congratulated me."
OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY Aptoreclosr e104 n ter ue on cause, I will sell to the highest and of flying -yes, 50 years American Airlines in Kaletta said getting
FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH the Circuit Court of Charlotte best bidder for cash at -with no accidents or 1998 with nearly 31 years the coveted award also
AN UNDIVIDED INTEREST County, Florida, the clerk shall hps/wwcalferloe- violations. That is why, of service, he was cap- is beneficial for pilots, in
IN AND TO THE COMMON sell the property situated in Char close.corn, on May 28, 2014, at
ELEMENTS AND LIMITED lot ony lrddsrbd1:0amtefloig as of April 30, there are tain-rated on the Boeing terms of insurance rates.
CMO ELMNS described property: only 2,779 pilots who 727, the McDonnell "You do get a break," he
WHICP LITEAN THROMMO LOT 6, BLOCK 550, PORT LOT 19, BLOCK B, CHAR- have been presented the Douglas DC-9, the said. "So it's an incentive
W H LMIED C O NC D C H A R L O T T E S U B D IV IS IO N L O T T E P A R K R E P L A T O F S E C -a w r w h c b e n i n M o n ll D u a sf r p o t t o l y a e y .
GARAGENT SPACLD24 SECTION 13, A SUBDIVI- TION 2, A SUBDIVISION awr whcbenin M onllDuasfrpottofyaey.
GAG PAEro climn 24.ners SION ACCORDING TO THE ACCORDING TO THE PLAT October 2003 -and are MD 11 and the Airbus, Although both men
ny hesrpso claimn tha intrs PLAT THEREOF AS THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN registered in the FAA Roll manufactured by a are humbled by becom-
inth srlu fomte al, fRECORDED IN PLAT BOOK PLAT BOOK 7 AT PAGE 28 OF of Honor. Maresca was consortium of European ing recipients of the
any, other than the property 5 PA G ES 2-A TH R O UG H 2- T H E P U B LIC R EC O R D S O F gi e h s at a c r m nav t o n o p n e .a w d h ir a n b
owner as of the date of the lis GICUIE FTE CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORI- giehiatacrmn avtonopnesawdhiranob
pnlnmutflacliwihn PUBLIC RECORDS OF DA. April 20 at Peter 0. Knight Maresca flies a Cessna jective is to pass along
6 0 d a y s a f t e r t h e s a le C A L T EO U Y P r o p e r t y A d d r e s s :A i p r i n T m a1 8 s n g e n i e p l e t h r v s t k o e d e f
DATED this 15 day of AlW, CHLOTEoRIDA. CUT, 821 MARLIN DR,AiprinTma18snleniepae thrvstkoedef
2014. a/k/a 3090 NEWBURGH PUNTA GORDA, FIL 33950 Lt. Col. Jim Kaletta, on CAP harbor patrols to aviation to the younger
BARBARA T. SCOTTi-ET PR HR ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN former FL-051 com- maintain his continuous generation.
CekCrutCutLOTTE, FIL 33952-6930 INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS mander and current flying status. Both he and "Ernie and I both
Be y K .Pl ito at public sale, to the highest and FRO M THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER d p t o m n e fK l t a s i l h v l fm d u i i g f o
DeuyCekbest bidder, for cash, at THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS deuycm adro Kltasilhealofaeorlvngrm
IMPORTANT OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PEN- CAP Group 5, has been a their log books from half aviation," Kaletta said.
If you are a person with a disabili- ; on June 9, 2014 beginning at DENS MUST FILE A CLALM WITH- pilot for 59 years. He was a century ago, verifying "Even though we are both
ty who needs any accommoda- 11:00 AM. IN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. presented his award in every flight they were on. retired, we still fly and
toinodrtpatcptintiIfyuaeainiiulwtproceeding, you are entitled, at diailt who need aaesonlimn August 2005, and, to the "We both started want to give back to the
no rost to you, to the proviion ()f right to funds remaining after the diilm~ it n wh n neds Man f1; AD- c- -

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:OurTown Page 14 C FROM PAGE ONE The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014
Buchan Fly-In group awards first scholarship
."-'--- :By ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH tuition at Embry-Riddle helped the group with
1 mIl~ll-STAFF WRITER Aeronautical University the scholarship criteria,
..... .M! at Daytona Beach. including requiring
...... u mENGLEWOOD She "That campus is applicants to get letters
--wasn't even done with rated the top college in from representatives,
l, m middle school by the aviation and aerospace having good grades, and
I ~ll time she decided on in the nation," Lown writing an essay about
a career in aerospace said. "We'll see when I why aviation is important
ui engineering. get there. I want to get to them.
la i im It's that confidence, a BA degree. It will take "Each candidate had
i -.,, ....... li coupled with excellent four or five years. Then to go through the brutal
n ilIliilllll .....grades, athleticism, I hope to either work interview process," King
and playing the piano for Lockheed Martin or said jokingly. "It was
ll~lllland oboe, that caused Boeing. I would like to exciting, because Jessica
"' l 'i 'l!the judges to give be apart of a man age- is a high-quality stud ent.
"' !J essica Lown a $500 ment team or design She is an outstanding
For the members of the has a aerospace engineer Bay High School and
Buchan Fly-In Breakfast working with them on herself. She's impressive."
committee, hearing new designs." Organizers of the
WE MMM"about the 17-year-cid's town, who went to the Buchan Fly-In Breakfast
SUN PHOTO BY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH accomplishments made state championship in say they already are plan-
them know she was the girls tennis at Lemon Bay, ning the next breakfast
Bill Bond, an organizer of the Buchan Fly-in Breakfast at Buchan Airport, gets ready to give a real right choice for a schol- has a 3.75 grade-point from 9 a.m. to I p.m.
$500 check to Lemon Bay High School senior Jessica Lown, 17. Lown smiles as she looks at the arship they had hoped to average in Advanced Oct. l1l.
oversized check Saturday at the airport. award for three years. Placement and honors "There have been years
8 trilg om~rl The annual breakfast classes. when the coffee was
Shutter & Blind Manufact~il ~ M a~ has been held for seven "I thought about other late and we were short
SHUTTERS VERTICALS FAUX WOOD & WOOD HORIZONTAL BLINDS years at the Buchan professions, but even at on meals," committee
CELLULAR SHADES WOVEN WOODS SUNSCREEN SHADES PRIVACY SHADINGS MORE Airport in Englewood. 12, 1 kept coming back to member Russ Kyper
I !:::::: Three years ago, aviation and engineer- said. "Each year we work
2"FAUX BLINDS, members decided if ing," she said, adding harder to improve the
PLATAION..J. they could grow the she will continue to play event. We couldn't do it
VETCAS event, they could give tennis at Embry-Riddle. without our sponsors."
$ 95 VERTICALS. proceeds tona deserving Lown, who turns 18 Sponsors for this year's
........ Our blinds student at Lemon Bay or on May 23, was joined event that helped build
S.F.are built with Venice high school, or by her parents, sister the scholarship fund
MesrdaSTEEL to a Charlotte Technical and grandmother while included: Allure Boat
&IsaldHEADRAIL. Center student going into receiving the scholarship Rentals, Applebee's North
IFETIM Unlike the the aviation field. at the Buchan Airport Port, Auto Club South
WARNYFlirmsy Plastic Saturday, Lown was conference building. Insurance, CPA, Beef
Headrail presented with an She was introduced by '0' Brady's, Brad's Coin
HomeCenter's. oversized $500 check, her instructor at Lemon Appraisal, Dearborn
EXAMPLE OF OUR PRICES along with a real one, to Bay, Joe King, who works
24" W X 36" H $84 Inst. EXAMPLE OF OUR PRICES EXAMPLE OF OUR PRICES go toward her $46,000 fall for Embry-Riddle. He BUCHAN 115
36" W X 50" H $175 inst. 36" W X 48" H- $39 Inst. 36" W X 48" H $39 Inst.
48" W X 48" H $224 inst. 52" W X 62" H $68 Inst. 52" W X 48" H $49 Inst.
48" W X 0 H. 20 is., 60 2 7 nt 0" W X 4".H$69Inst. E R By 2011, Graham said live-organ donation,
72" W X 62" H $434 inst. 72" W X 72" H~ $93 Inst. 72" W X 72" H $86 Inst. H R he resigned from his job administered by the
CalTdyfrFE nhm siae at the Corvette plant, and United Network of Organ
EAPEOOUPR Call SoayfraE nm so t iate FROM PAGE 1 since has suffered other Sharing, to determine
EXM FOUR RES Saaoaailments related to his what donations go to
24" W X 36" H $49 Inst. 941-306-6041 doctor suggested he get kidney failure. He's now a whom, said Dr. J. Harold
36" W X 48" H $62 Inst.> Port Charlotte a follow-up exam. A few patient with the trans- Helderman, medical
52"W 48 H$9 Int.94-25-026weeks later, he experi- plant center of Vanderbilt director of Vanderbilt's
52" W X 60" H $131 inst. suno 941-257-0726ns~cm/om enced pain in his lower University Medical transplant center, and
72"w x60"H 131Ins. sncasthutersndlins~cm/hmeback. A follow-up exam Center in Nashville, Tenn. the chief of kidney-trans-
Fo aFR Einho e sim te c l u tda revealed his kidneys He's been assigned a plant medicine.
were functioning at transplant coordinator. Graham is one of 950
30 percent. Both Charles and patients waiting for
C o u d y u lGraham said Vanderbilt kidney transplants at
so m o n ov maintains strict protocols Vanderbilt University
Coud om oneyo lvefor people wanting to Medical Center.
donate kidneys. Kidney transplants
M FT C H A R 7"Fifty to 60 percent will have become a routine
use a L F HI 7be ruled out during the medical procedure,
Interviewss" Charles said. Helderman said.
ShopCar ft "And if you get past the Vanderbilt had planned
Buy d ~ ~~~~interviews,on youhsclwill have five transplanted opera-t
Buy no uring our oeof the best pyias tions Fiaandexct
!-I! 1" HAR ALEEV NT Where Shoppig Makes Cets you will ever receive." to do between 225 to 250
charlotte.... ych amber .....g Vanderbilt follows by the end of the year.
LIFT HAI SA E E ENTfederally established pro- He also said data show
and receive a 15044,39 tocols for deceased- and those who have kidney
transplants can expect
FR E Thomas M.D -Sur-geon- -- a longer life expectancy
FREEQuigley, F R E than those who remain
F RE I on dialysis.
4- h eldEYE EXAM I Helderman encourages
Ey Phicard erIFORNEedTETS people to visit www.srtr.
&4 SrgeoPyiin FO E AINS orb, a website that offers
Wal]ked r! complete medical exam with one of information on trans-
Liitd im our board certified eye doors plant centers nationwide.
lA s Liie tme ofe.20600 VETERANS BLVD., SUITE A :includes prescription for eyeglasses, i Anyone wishing
Plae e tePORT CHARLOTTE Iand tests for cataracts, glaucoma and to be evaluated as a
store for details i941-766-7474 other eye diseases. Offr applies to donor for Graham
2529 TAMIAMI TRAIL new patients 59 years and older. can call Vanderbilt's
PUNTA GORDA kffer does not apply to Freedonm An d ne-anra trn-

:The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014 FROM PAGE ONE C OurTown Page 15
Corner Market, Dearborn
St. Jeer ear For
Pete's Sake Hairstylist, r
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Henry,
Hinck Private Wealth
Management, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Marx, Michael J.
Looney Electric, Mosaic,
Outback Steakhouse, -
Myakka Golf Club, Harry
financial adviser), Publix, |"
designWorks Advertising,
Peter Mason (Raymond
James financial adviser), -
Silhouette Spa, Sterling
House Englewood,
Ron Smith (State Farm
Insurance), Sweetbay
Supermarket, Suncoast
Gold & Silver, Tents &I
Events, Walgreens at
Walmart of Venice and
Winn-Dixie. Members of the Buchan Fly-in Breakfast committee applaud Jessica Lown as their first recipient of a $500 scholarship. Pictured are Tina Bond, Bill Bond, Joy Kyper
Email. eallen@sun-heraldxcom and Russ Kyper. Not pictured is member Vito Bisceglia.
PRIDE IF YOU GO GOING WITH THE FLOW Highway), near Lake Suzy. This event was postponed
a day due to Saturday's rains.
FO PAE1What: Charlotte County Pride Festival Today's high temperature should be around Those who attend today should be sure to take
FRM AG IWhen: starting at noon today 86 degrees, and the sky should be sunny. Saturday along a lawn chair and participate in the reverse
woegaist"uieWhere: Laishley Park, 100 Nesbit St., Punta Gorda started out warm and rainy, with about 1.69 auction, the 50/50 raffle, door prizes and much
whoe oalisto unteCost: $5 suggested donation; and bring a nonperishable food/ inches of rain being reported at the Punta Gorda more. Paul Roush will kick off the event, singing
the LGBTQ Community hygiene item as a donation if you can Airport, from just after midnight until around the national anthem at noon. Other scheduled
though the challenge Includes: Live entertainment. Food and drink vendors. No private I p.m. Saturday. The wet weather affected many performers include Trop Rock Junkies, Dani Hoy, Rob
that diversity is the true coolers or pets allowed. Parking is free in the city. Two round-trip tickets events, in addition to Pride Fest. Some others Mehl, Cindy Walsh, John Friday and more.
backbone of conmnu- on the Key West Express and a one-night stay at Alexanders Guest include: A $10 suggested donation is requested for entry,
nity" according to the House in Key West will be raffled off. The Patriot Riders of America will play host to all of which will be donated to the wall-building
group's website. More info: Trop Rocks to benefit the Southwest Florida fund. The event is sponsored by the Nav-A-Gator,
Egbert she hopes to Vietnam Memorial Wall fundraising campaign Coastal Cruisers and Uncle Sammy's Freedom Store.
have numerous events at should be much better. rain was reported at the beginning at noon today at the Nav-A-Gator, 9700 The Charlotte Stone Crabs rescheduled a fireworks
Laishley Park today. The storm system moved Punta Gorda Airport S.W. Riverview Circle (off County Road 769/Kings show set for Saturday until May 16 due to the rain.
"We're not sure what through Punta Gorda from just after midnight
acts we're going to be quickly on Saturday with until around I p.m. Weather Service's office Egbert was "bummed" she said. "We live in
able to reschedule," heavy rains, thunder and Saturday, said Rodney in Tampa. Today should that Pride Pest had to be Florida."
Egbert said. lightning. Wynn, a meteorologist be mostly sunny, with a rescheduled.
But today's weather About 1.69 inches of with the National high near 86 degrees. "But what can we do?" Email. pfallon@sun-heraldxcom
and widows -getting (CHARLOTTE i
permitted and purchas- COUNTY) CA._ LLING A] LL
ing guns.
"Times are changing," 2113 32 -MAN 1 llll 'aff KV A lI I I Kl'A l 51,9,
Malone said. "More peo- 2012 41 ,
ple are starting to want to 2011 57N
protect themselves." 2010 50 i c e My
There were 1,231 new 2009 77
licenses issued in the Source: Florida Department of Cl b a i n
county between July 1, Law Enforcement A C e e ra i n
20 10, and June 30, 2011.
During the same time for
2011/12, there were 1,340 NEW CONCEALED Monday, May 5 at 2:00 pm
new licenses handed out. WEAPON/
In 2012/13, there were
1,845. And there have FIREARM Join our community for Cinco de Mayo!
been 1,515 since July I of LICENSES ISSUED, jyn
last yea. Enjoyfestive food, drinks and activities.
According to the stats, (H ROT
nearly 8 percent of COUNTY, @i CALLIIITIO I_'DA
Charlotte County resi- JULY 1- JUNE 30)V1 LI y
dents are able to carry a 2031 1,18 941D-787-5142[]i P
gun with them. 2012/13 1,518" RET I REMHEN T
"And there are a lot 2011113 1,340 M[I LEARN11 MORE
more people who own 2010111 1,231 Royal Palm Retirement Centre OR RSVP
guns than that," Malone 2009/10 1,734 Af
said. "But 'an armed soci- *projected Independent Living Assisted Living Memory Care 1
ety is a polite society."'" Source: lorida Department25 0A rnS e tP tCh lo eF 3 9 2
The FDLE's numbers of Agriculture and Consumer25 0A rnS e tP tCh lo eF 3 9 2
back up that statement. Services 941-787-5142 1
In 2013, there were 32
violent crimes involving Partington said mak Im ', :, ,:",, ,
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:Our Town Page 16 C LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014
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Stephen Covert says alligators Whirivnd 2014 session accomplishes bevy of accomplishments
have been spotted on the
sprawling Osprey cam pus in By BRENDAN FARRINGTON highways to 75 mph. a low profile for much Leader Chris Smith,
the past, but the four that ASSOCIATED PRESS WarrEN "It was a whirlwind I N S IDE of the session, but he'll of Fort Lauderdale,
were captured Thursday was an but it ended ight. It Lists of winning and losing gettor veiera g stra uti g isholamtued thant en
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The Florida Legislature seen," Republican Rep. See page 2 tion fees and other tax Medicaid or make
P a ge 5 --began its 2014 session Jose Felix Diaz, of Miami, Desoto County man could breaks. He'll also be able changes to the "stand
by getting tougher on said after the 60-day ses- receive $1.2 million for to woo Hispanic voters your ground" law. The
sexual predators and sion ended late Friday. wrongful imprisonment. by supporting in-state law came under scrutiny
ended by getting softer "We accomplished See page 4 college tuition for youth_ after Trayvon Martin was
on immigration issues. everything we said we'd in the country illegally fatally shot by neighbor-
In between, lawmak- accomplish." and a bill that will let a hood watch volunteer
ers largely had a feel- Of course, legislative non-citizen from Mexico George Zimmerman.
Nigerian president good session that will sessions are always election year, lawmakers get his law license. Some of the bills
orders probe into provide tax cuts, legalize easier when fthere's tend to get along a lot "It's an election year lawmakers passed would
low-THC medical mari- plenty of money, and the better, and flhere was a so they embraced have been unfthinkable
girls' kidnapping juana, help members of Legislature had a lot to bipartisan spirit in many a lot of Democratic in recent years es-
the military get degrees work with as they passed of the bills that were principles. That made pecially in the tea party
and jobs and possibly a record $77.1 billion passed. it a little better," said
raise flhe speed limit on budget. And in an Gov. Rick Scott kept Senate Democratic LEGISLATORS 14
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J ury s ay s Sa m su ng the tidal basin with the Jefferson Memorial in the background in Washington, April 10. Deegan said yes to the surprise marriage proposal.
infringed on
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He lured his girlfriend Go to any wedding woman somewhere in In practice, only
WASHINGTON there on the pretext celebration this nuptial America, odds are fliat about 5 percent of those
Steve Paska waited two of buying a painting season, whether in a he proposed to her. currently married say
weeks for Washington's of the blooms. Then ballroom or backyard That may seem the woman proposed,

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TALLAHASSEE (AP) Legislation and generators. against students. TALLAHASSEE (AP)- Measures poker rooms.
that passed during the 2014 regular that failed to pass during the
session of the Florida Legislature, C rime Education / 2014 regular session of the Florida Govern ment
which ended Friday: -Cetsamnaor iiu ol llwsaeuiest Legislature, which ended Friday,
Crate a andtor miimu oul alow tat unveritywould have: Closed off the state's pension
Abo rtion prison sentence of 50 years for foundation boards to meet in secret plan to newly elected officials and
people who rape children, elderly or if they are discussing research ,, Bus in ess & top employees while also increasing
- Would ban abortions if a doctor mentally disabled people. proposals and funding for that economy the vesting period.
determines the fetus could survive Revises the Jimmy Ryce Act research. Ended the perk that allows
outside the womb. to potentially make more sexual Would ban school districts from 4+.-r Set aside state incentives for the governor and other top state
Would allow criminal charges for predators go through a review being able to collect information on fimadtlvso rdcin, employees to pay lower premiums
the death or injury of a fetus at any to determine if they should be the political or religious affiliation of 2014 Raised the state's minimum for health insurance than other
stage of development after crimes committed to a treatment center students and their parents. It would Leg iltive wage to $10.10 an hour. rank-and-file state workers.
committed against the mother. after finishing their sentences. also ban the collection of biometric l Session Regulated the growing number Required drug testing of elected
Current law only allows murder or Would increase the penalties information including student of craft breweries in the state. officials and judges.
manslaughter charges after the for harvesting or possessing spiny fingerprints, palm scans or iris scans. March opening. Permitted the sale of liquor in
death of a fetus that has developed lobsters out of season. Would expand a private-school Would limit state courts in grocery stores instead of requiring it Guns
to the point it can survive outside Increase penalties for leaving voucher program to make more recognizing rulings and agreements to be sold in a stand-alone facility.
the womb. the scene of an accident in which families eligible. out of foreign courts pertaining to Repealed the state's "stand your
someone is injured or killed., ol lo prnsacac divorce, alimony, child support or Consumers glound selfdeene tarry
Consumers Would eliminate mandatory life to object to textbooks used at public child custody. -Alwdsmoet ar
- Will reduce motor vehicle sentences for juveniles who commit schools. -Would allow the Department Legalized the sale of half-gallon concealed weapon or gun while
registration fees. first-degree murder and create a of Transportation to raise the speed refillable beer containers known evacuating during an emergency.
- Would give shoppers buying sentencing review for juveniles who Govern ment limit on Florida highways from 70 as growlers. While Florida allows
clothes and school supplies a commit first-degree felonies. An Would state that the Depart- to 75 mph. unlimited gallon and quart growler Health care
three-day tax holiday in August, exception would be made for juve- ment of Children and Families make sales the 64-oune'siz dbtht las h-Taken $50 billion in federal
a three-day sales tax holiday in niles convicted of violent felonies protecting a child from abuse more G u n s bn uysan d r the 4 7 sie tats ,m nyo e the n x ea et
September on the purchase of before committing a first-degree important than keeping a family in usr standard inpl 47 states wearing y n ovediai t he lth d coverage
energy efficient appliances and murder. together. sh los pft eoare toeingtre ae d wd arnio n expnedy Flrdiadhe lhs. erg
a nine-day sales tax holiday on Would enhance penalties for Would move the start of the shiftheyut being ubje atnd Ed c to forooted Flordiaseftee
the sale of hurricane prepara- school employees or volunteers legislative session to January of tout einu suetne tor ana AloePcolmlyer moed e use F orid andealish
tio spplessuc a bateies wh comi seua ofenes 2016 instead of the traditional offenses. volunteers with law-enforcement requirements for health providers
- Would make it illegal for insur- or military training to carry firearms who treat patients remotely.
ance companies to deny policies or to fight back in the event of a Marketed the state as a
charge higher rates solely based on schoolhouse attack. destination for medical procedures
,,, ,., gun ownership. Split the Florida A&M University to national and international
,,+. ......... and Florida State University engi- audiences. While the bill did not
+" r" .......... .... ....H e a lth neering college. pass there is still m oney in the state
SUNot e S nm Removed from public record the budget for medical tourism.
' S N ,..,Ch.........e-.$ i Would legalize low-THC mari- names of applicants for university Ended a legal dispute over the
" juana to treat epilepsy and cancer and college presidents. creation of three trauma centers.
patients. Mandated all school districts Revised eligibility requirements
Would limit who can be named review textbooks and ended a state for the state's subsidized children
..... ,,, r,, ?+.,,as defendants in lawsuits against approval process for textbooks. health insurance program so that
"'i .. i nursing homes. Required high school students legal immigrants no longer have to
" .... .............................. ............ take a semester-long course that wait five years to become eligible.
.... == ,, =-,,===,,_Imm graiondeals with personal finances.
......,+ ..... ...........Changed the service require- I nsu rance
:i ..... ,,,.o..,,,.,,.,..,,, ..... ......... Would allow students in the ments for the Bright Futures
.......... 5 ............. country illegally to pay in-state college scholarship program so that Allowed the shift of home-
+ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 10 tuition at the state's public colleges stdnscudwr npltcl owner policies away from Citizens
.... .;"-1:"o~: ................. and universities. campaigns and get credit for it. Property Insurance and into largely
Would allow the state Supreme Halted implementation of unregulated surplus line carriers.
Court to give law licenses to noncit- Florida's transition to new school
izens who came to the country as standards based primarily on Taxes
L 7.minors and have lived in Florida for Common Core State Standards.
at least 10 years. Reduced the state taxes paid on
Environment commercial rent.
Sports Increased the number of busi-
pors Protected Florida's springs by nesses exempt from having to pay
-,i r I T Establishes a sales tax rebate trying to limit overpumnping of the state's corporate income tax.
Don't forget to take us wth you'. program to help pay for the groundwater and limiting potential Cut the taxes consumers pay on
Read the SUN-online for only 3 $ 41,o I S U I"NI,,NEWSPAPERS construction or renovation of profes- sources of pollution. cellphones and cable television bills.
Anclkc&. BEST ColmlntUffly [)aiHN sional sports stadiums.
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To rs Allowed casinos in South Blocked local regulation
- Would establish the Florida Florida and created a new statewide of limousine services that has
Tourism Hall of Fame commission to oversee gambling. prevented the Uber car service from
- Would regulate the parasailing Let dog tracks end greyhound starting up in certain Florida cities.
industry, including a ban on the racing but keep their permits for Repealed the law allowing the
activity during severe weather. other gambling activities such as use of red-light cameras.
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1982 Partnership
Peace River Manasota
Regional Water Supply Within relatively few years the Authority has accomplished much. It ;$'
Authority formed with f ... has been challenging. Millions of hours in meetings, scores of
Charlotte, Desoto, Manatee! millions of dollars in experts and lawyers and staff time have been
and Sarasota Counties. spent. And yet, the result is a facility with enough water to support '
General Development : the region now and into the future. Collaboration, cooperation and
Utilities provides water to partnership has made this possible.
Charlotte and DeSoto
Counties and City of North Collaboration Cooperation
Port ._
Planning to connect theEcnm s
watr s ppiesof heA safe, reliable water supply supports a vibrant .............. ..
member governments economy. By securing the water supply, the Authority
and its member governments ensure that a growing j
1992 population and the businesses they support have the-
Most of the water produced (90%) went to water they need today and into the future.
Charlotte County.
12 *MGD Treatment Capacity Security Jobs
S to ra g e : 0 .6 **B G R e se rvo ir....................................................
2 **BG Aq uifer Storage/Recovery WellIfield E nviro nmentalI
Transmission Lines: 7 miles
12 *MGD delivery to member governments The Peace River Facility was built to take water from the Peace .........
River when it's abundant during the wet season and store it for
2002 future use. Nearly one-third of the Authority's infrastructure
24002Tramn Cpct investment has been for storage most recently the 6 Billion
24 *GD reatentCapaitygallon reservoir expansion.This secures the water supply but it
18 MGDDeivey o mmbr gvenmets does a whole lot more. It protects the health of Charlotte00
Storage: 0.6 **BG Reservoir Harbor Estuary.
6 **BG Aq uifer Storage/Recovery Wellfield
Charlotte Environmental Sustainability Smart Management
Sarasota People

Page 4 WIRE FROM PAGE ONE The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014
Wrongly incarcerated Desoto man could get $1.e2M MAC
Today is Sunday, May 4, the
TALLAHASSEE (News children died in 1967, in chair, and I prayed to ful- a special prosecutor to During Richardson's 124th day of 2014. There are 241
Service of Florida) In Arcadia, from insecticide fill my need," Richardson review the claimant's incarceration, suspicion days left in the year.
the waning hours of placed in their lunch. In said Thursday at the conviction; the special fell on a babysitter for Tdyi itr
the 2014 session Friday, 1968, long before DNA Capitol. "Sometimes prosecutor decides not his children, but she was Tdyi itr
Florida lawmakers signed testing, he was convicted my fellow men have let to pursue charges, a never charged. On May 4, 1979, Conservative
off on bill that could of one of the deaths me down,' but God have concept known in the The bill (HB 227) Party leader Margaret Thatcher
allow a 78-year-old man and later was nearly lift(ed) me up." legal world as entering a unanimously passed the became Britain's first female
to finally receive pay- executed. Richardson House sponsor Dave nolle prosequi; and the Senate late Friday, after prime minister after the Tories
ment for the 21 years he was released in 1989, Kerner, D-Lake Worth, claimant was originally passing the House unani- ousted the incumbent Labor
wrongly served in prison after Martinez appointed said the measure was convicted and sentenced mously last week. House government in parliamentary
after his seven children a special prosecutor narrowly tailored, and to death before Jan. 1, Speaker Will Weatherford elections.
died of poisoning. then-State Attorney Janet Richardson, who was a 1980. welcomed Richardson,
James Joseph Reno of Miami, later farm worker when his Under current law, a who now lives in Kansas, On this date
Richardson, who was U.S. Attorney General children died, would be claimant's eligibility for to the chamber on In 1776, Rhode Island declared
released after then-Gov. and his sentence was the first person to apply compensation is estab- Thursday. its freedom from England, two
Bob Martinez ordered vacated. under the bill. lished through a court "There's no question months before the Declaration of
a special investigation, "I've been wrongly If Gov. Rick Scott signs order that vacates the that anybody could Independence was adopted.
could receive accused, I've been left on the measure, it would conviction and sentence ever imagine the pain In 1886, at Haymarket Square
$1.2 million. Death Row and had one apply to cases in which a as the result of exonerat- that you endured, sir," in Chicago, a labor demonstra-
Richardson's seven hour to die in the electric governor has appointed ing evidence. Weatherford said. tion for an 8-hour work day
turned into a deadly riot when a
L~il L TO SBut he now vows to sign a bill sexually violent offenders even effort on most issues that bomb exploded.
L G S A O S that will do just that. And he'll also after they finish their prison we've seen in a long time," said In 1904, the United States took
sign a bill that will allow a Mexican- sentences. Democratic Rep. Alan Williams, of ovrcntuinofhePam
F ROM PArGE 1 bom immigrant, in the country On the last day of session, Tallahassee. "I think this session, Canal.
illegally, to obtain a law license. another girl was mentioned as the unlike most, we had some very convce 1932 imose-ta Alaione,
year that swept Scott to victory in "It doesn't matter what country inspiration for a bill that allows good relationships." convted the inederax eaitenr
2010. you're bom in, what family or the use of low-THC marijuana to Among other items that enAnt th ~e feea enteiry
Scott has previously taken a what ZIP code, you will have your treat epilepsy and cancer patients. passed were an abortion bill itanerredaton wlatra Iland.)
hard line against inmrigration shot to live the American dream," RayAnn Moseley, an I1I-year-old that bans the procedure if a trnsferred tho Alatraz IslandCor)
issues, campaigning in support Scott said after the session ended. girl who has up to 300 seizures doctor determines a fetus can Sea, the first naval clash fought
of an Arizona-like measure on Scott already signed into law a week, won the hearts of many survive outside the womb, a entirely with carrier aircraft,
illegal immigrants and last year bills that will get tough on sexual skeptical lawmakers. Her parents measure that creates a manda- began in the Pacific during
vetoing a bill that would have predators. On the first day of the hope to use the non-euphoric tory 50-year prison sentence World War 11. (The outcome was
allowed temporary licenses for session, lawmakers cited the death strain of marijuana to reduce for child rapists, a bill that considered a tactical victory for
young immigrants in the country of 8-year-old Cherish Perrywinkle, her seizures. Supporters say it allows people to fire warning Imperial Japan, but ultimately a
unlawfully. He even previously of Jacksonville, when supporting has worked to help children in shots without facing mandatory strategic one for the Allies.)
came out against in-state tuition a bill that closes loopholes in a Colorado. Scott said he will sign sentences under gun laws and In 1959, the first Grammy
for non-citizens who were brought law that allows for the psychiatric the bill. an overhaul of the child welfare Awards ceremony was held at
to the country as minors. review and civil commitment of "It was the most bipartisan system. the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Dome-
nico Modugn0 won Record of
the Year and Song of the Year for
LAN SL DEManagement Authority, "Ne, Bu Dipint0 Di Bu (V01are);
LA D LI Esaid fears of new land- Henry Mancini won Album of the
slides had slowed the Year for "The Music from Peter
FROM PArGE 1 operation. Gunn:
"Tatwil e herThe ground on a hill In 1964, the daytime drama
"Tht wll e teiroverlooking the village "Another World" began a 35-year
cemetery," said was soaked from recent run on NBC-TV.
Mohammad Karim Aheavy rainfalls that offi- In 1970, Ohio National
Khalili, one of the cials believe triggered the Guardsmen opened fire during
country's two vice slide. About I kilometer an anti-war protest at Kent State
presidents, who visited (more than half a mile) University, killing four students
the scene Saturday. "It is away, government and and wounding nine others.
not possible to bring out aid groups set up tents In 1989, fired White House
any bodies." -- -for those displaced. aide Oliver North was convicted
Though figures on "... Few had time to flee of shredding documents and
the death toll varied, before the mud wall two other crimes and acquitted
residents knew the toll caved in. of nine other charges stemming
the tragedy had taken on -, unulaaoclfrom the Iran-Contra affair.
their own families. :, farmer, was outside (However, the three convic-
From atop a muddy whnh et h at tins were later overturned on
hill, Begam Nesar point- str omv.H a o appeal.)
ed to the torrent of earth ..... .his house, grabbed his
... -Today's birthdays
below that had wiped wiead hlre n
out much of her village. AP PHOTO then ran to the top of a The former president of Egypt,
"Thirteen of my family nearby hill. Minutes later, Hosni Mubarak, is 86. Opera
members are under the Afghans search for survivors after Friday's landslide buried Abi-Barilk village in Badalkhshan he said, part of the hill singer Roberta Peters is 84.
mud," she said, including province, northeastern Afghanistan, Saturday. Afghan rescuers and hundreds of volunteers collapsed. Katherine Jackson, matriarch
her mother, father, broth- armed with shovels rushed on Saturday to help villagers hit by a massive landslide in the remote "The houses were of the Jackson musical family, is
ers, sisters and children. northeast a day earlier, officials said, while fears of a new torrent of mud and earth complicated just covered in mud," 84. Jazz musician Ron Carter is
She said she had been rescue efforts. he said, adding that he 77. Actor Richard Jenkins is 67.
visiting relatives at a the International landslide struck. roughly 300 homes were had lost 10 members of Country singer Stella Parton is
nearby village when the Organization of At least 255 people wiped out. But since no his extended family, his 65. Irish musician Darryl Hunt
disaster struck. Migration said infor- were confirmed dead, one knows how many house and his livestock. (The Pogues) is 64. Singer Jackie
The United Nations mation they gathered Khalili said. Most of people were in those Authorities distrib- Jackson (The Jacksons) is 63.
said Friday at least 350 indicated 2,700 people those were people who homes, counting the uted food and water to Singer-actress Pia Zadora is
people died, and the were dead or missing. had rushed to the scene dead is difficult, Khalili survivors, said Abdullah 62. Rhythm-and-blues singer
provincial governor Part of the confusion to help after a previous, said. Homayun Dehqan, the Oleta Adams is 61. Rhythm-
said as many as 2,000 lay in the fact that no one smaller landslide. When Mohammad Aslam head of Badakhshan and-blues singer Sharon
people were feared knew how many people a bigger landslide hit, Seyas, deputy director province's National Jones is 58. Country singer
missing. On Saturday, were home when the those people along with of the Natural Disaster Disaster Department. Randy Travis is 55. Actress
Mary McDonough is 53.
Comedian Ana Giasteyer is 47.
UK A N aUkrainians were de- In recent days, at least and a soldier each from hppy," Schneider said Actor Will Arnett is 44. Rock
UK A Nrained by insurgents in four Ukrainian soldiers the Czech Republic, at Tegel Airport. "We musician Jose Castellanos
the city of Slovyansk, were killed on the city's Denmark and Poland. saw our families again is 37. Sports reporter Erin
FROM PAGE 1 the crucible of unrest in outskirts two of them "They had a very that's not something Andrews is 36. Singer Lance
the east. The insurgents when helicopters were good attitude and we would have imag- Bass ('N Sync) is 35.

The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014 STATE/NATIONAL NEWS WIRE Page 5
Data: Adultery rises when economy slips
(Washington Post) Each month, around states where the econo- Madison's membership to cheat," said Eric as likely to sign up for
The financial crisis of 130 million people my remained relatively nearly quadrupled in Anderson, a sociologist Ashley Madison as
2008 may have driven around the world visit strong, fewer people Massachusetts, the state at the University of women aged 38 or 40.
many people to betray Ashley Madison. signed up for Ashley with the highest level of Winchester in England About one-third of
their wedding vows, Analysts at Ashley Madison. educational attainment, who is working as a Ashley Madison's users
according to data from Madison found evi- There was a lot of vari- even though the econo- consultant to Ashley seek their first affair from
Ashley Madison, an dence of a relationship ation among the states, my there fared relatively Madison. He also said three to five years after
unusual and apparently between the economy and it's easy to think of well during the crisis. an extramarital affair their wedding, around
very popular dating and infidelity when they other possible causes All the same, in states might look like an easy the time when the first
website for those seeking examined user data in besides economic ones where the employment way for people to distract child is born.
extramarital relations. individual states. They for those differences. level fell further, more themselves from wor- A little more than
Ashley Madison has ex- compared the change in Ashley Madison's people signed up for rying about financial a quarter of Ashley
panded rapidly, but 2008 the number of employed marketing campaigns Ashley Madison. People problems. Madison's users first
was a banner year for people in each state with might explain member- out of work might find Other interesting notes create an account when
the company. According the growth in Ashley ship increases in some they have more time to from Ashley Madison's their children leave the
to the site, membership Madison's membership areas, for example. In pursue an affair. Also, a data: house for college. Men in
swelled 166 percent there. The tentative con- addition, 74 percent of reduction in family in- Almost all of the ac- this group are generally
worldwide that year and clusion: People who've Ashley Madison's users come might spark stress tivity on Ashley Madison between the ages of 60
192 percent in the United lost their jobs might be have a college degree, so and conflict between around 95 percent and 65, while women are
States, compared with more likely to cheat or, a lower concentration of spouses. is heterosexual. between the ages of 55
average yearly growth at least, are more likely highly educated people "It may very well be Husbands with and 58.
of 50 percent worldwide to sign up for an adultery might correspond to a that in times of distress 39-year-old wives should There are around
and 71 percent domes- dating site. smaller target audience that one's partner could be extra nice: Women 60 million American
tically since the site's From the end of 2007 for the site. During also be viewed with who are 39 years old are married couples, ac-
launch 12 years ago. to the end of 2009, in those two years, Ashley antipathy, leading one more than four times cording to the Census.
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Cautionary signs in April's US jobs report
WASHINGTON (AP) household survey, in cal- 543,000 fewer Shierholz, an economist at lower figure likely reflects high school graduates.
Employers added a sizable culating unemployment, see ki ng work the progressive Economic how much housing has This group isn't sharing
288,000 jobs in April. found that 73,000 fewer Policy Institute. cooled this year after a in a recovery in which
Hiring in February and people had jobs. Let's dive a bit deeper The number of people solid improvement in college has become
March was better than first Why did the unemploy- into that unemployment who began seeking work 2013. Sales of new homes practically a pre-requisite.
thought. merit rate sink? Because rate. People flow into and for the first time fell plunged 14.5 percent last Only 54.3 percent of high
The unemployment rate 806,000 fewer people were out of the job market each 126,000 from March to month, according to the school grads either have a
plunged to 6.3 percent in the workforce. Many month. Some leave for roughly I "Rlion. The Commerce Department. job or are looking for one.
from 6.7 percent. At first retired or ended their job school; others retm, armed figure for new grads and Friday's report suggested That's down from roughly
glance, Friday's U.S. jobs hunts. And fewer-dian-ex- with a degree. Some quit to parents who began looking that homebuflding could 60 percent before the
report suggested that the pected people began raise a family. Some apply was even bleaker: Down remain sluggish. recession.
agonizingly slow 5-year-old looking for work. for jobs after their kids start 417,000 to 2.6 million. "You see that in the
economic recovery had The unemployment kindergarten. in April, the If those 543,000 people hiring numbers," said Steve Flat wages
burst into a sprint. rate typically drops when number of people who combined had all started Blitz, chief economist at
Yet several cautionary fewer people seek work If began looking for work fell looking for work in April, ITG Investment Research. Average weekly pay-
signs emerged from the they're not hunting for a off a statistical cliff. the unemployment rate "You see it in the borrowing checks didn't budge in April.
report, starting with that job, they're not counted as This suggests that the would be 6.6 percent- a numbers. And you see They were $838.70, exactly
spectacular plunge in the unemployed. All of which recovery lacks the kind of dip from March's 6.7 it in the value of private as in March. Stagnant
unemployment rate. points to an underlying gravitational force needed percent, rather than the construction put in place." p ay could slow growth,
Here's why: The gov- weakness in an otherwise to draw more workers plunge to 6.3 percent. since about 70 percent of
emment uses two surveys improving job market. back into the fold. just 58.9 Grads, dropouts economic activity comes
for the jobs report. The "When you have a percent of the working-age N o ho us i ng los i ng o ut from consumers. They
job gain comes from a robust economy, you donft population holds a job. re b ounId can't ramp up spending
survey of businesses, get these mixed messages," That's down from 62.9 per- People who've never unless their wages rise.
the unemployment rate said Douglas Holtz-Eakin, cent before the recession Builders added 32,000 been to college about "Firms are hiring again, but
from a survey of house- a former head of the began at the end of 2007. workers in April. But just a third of workers older we still need wages to rise
holds. Sometimes, the Congressional Budget "We do not yet have 41 percent of them were than 25 are struggling. faster if the economy is to
two conflict. The survey Office and now president a jobs recovery that is for constructing homes. More than 200,000 high really accelerate," said Joel
of businesses showed of the conservative strong enough to really That share is usually school drop-outs lost jobs Naroff, president of Naroff
288, 000 more jobs. Yet the American Action Forum. pull people in," said Heidi around 50 percent. The last month. So did 276,000 Economics.
Efrem Zimbalist Jr., star of 'The FBI," dead at 95
LOS ANGELES (AP) "We are heartbroken Strip," which aired from show the complete also took up acting [
Efrem Zimbalist Jr., the to announce the passing 1958 to 1964. As soon seal of approval of the and small-screen detec-
son of famous musical into peace of our beloved as that show ended he agency's real-life director, tive work, in the hit 1980s
parents who established father, Efrem Zimbalist segued seamlessly into J. Edgar Hoover. TV series "Remington
his own lasting celebrity Jr., today at his Solvang "The EB.I." which aired The son of violin virtu- Steele." Her father had
in two of television's ranch," the statement from 1965 to 1974. oso Efrem Zimbalist and a recurring role in that --
most popular series, read. "He actively At the end of each acclaimed opera singer show as a con man.
"77 Sunset Strip" and enjoyed his life to the episode of the latter Alma Gluck, young Efrem After serving in
"The F.B.I.," died Friday last day, showering love show, after Zimbalist initially appeared headed World War 11, Zimbalist
at age 95. on his extended family, and his fellow G-men for a musical career. He made his stage debut
Zimbalist died at playing golf and visiting had captured that week's studied violin for seven in "The Rugged Path," TI
his Solvang home in with close friends." mobsters, subversives, years under the tutelage starring Spencer Tracy, AP PHOTO
California's bucolic horse Zimbalist's stunning bank robbers or spies, of Jascha Heifetz's father, and appeared in other
country, said family good looks and cool, the series would post but eventually developed plays and a soap opera Veteran actor Efrem Zimbalist,
friend Judith Moose, deductive manner made photos from the FBI's more interest in theater. before being called to Jr., known for his starring roles
who released a state- him the ideal star as the real-life most-wanted He became an actor Hollywood. Warner Bros. in "77 Sunset Strip"adud"The
ment from his children hip private detective list. Some of those and "77 Sunset Strip" signed him to a contract FBI '"stands outside his home,
Stephanie Zimbalist and ferreting out Hollywood pictures led to arrests, made him a star. and cast him in minor in this Feb. 16, 1982, file photo
Efrem Zimbalist 111. miscreants in "77 Sunset which helped give the His daughter Stephanie film roles. taken in Los Angeles.
jury says Samsung infringed Apple patents
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) cry from the $2.2 billion creating the iPhone 4 and professor Brian Love said. deliberations on a minor verdict a victory.
A California jury awarded Apple sought and the 5. jurors awarded Samsung "This amount is less than matter that could result in "Samsung willfully stole
Apple $119 million far $930 million it won in $158,400, trimming that 10 percent of the amount a higher award for Apple. our ideas and copied our
less than it demanded a separate 2012 trial amoun from the original Apple requested and Because the jury was still products," Apple spokes-
- in a patent battle with making similar patent $119.62 million verdict. probably doesn't surpass empaneled, jurors were woman Kristin Huguet
Samsung over alleged infringement claims Samsung had sought by too much the amount prevented from talking said. "We are fighting to
copying of smartphone against older Samsung $6 million. Apple spent litigating this publicly about the case. defend the hard work
features, and the jury products, most of which "Though this verdict is case." Samsung spokes- that goes into beloved
made the victory even are no longer for sale in large by normal stan- The award may be man Lauren Restuccia products like the iPhone,
smaller by finding that the United States. dards, it is hard to view adjusted slightly in favor declined comment, which our employees
Apple illegally used one of The jury found that this outcome as much of of Apple. Jurors were citing the ongoing devote their lives to
Samsung's patents. Apple had infringed one a victory for Apple," Santa ordered to return to court deliberations. designing and delivering
The verdict was a far of Samsung's patents in Clara University law Monday to continue Apple declared Friday's for our customers."
CDC confirms first case of MERS virus in American
NEWYORK (AP) The man fell ill after northwest Indiana with not clear how many may treated MERS patients. W Ian Lipkin, a Columbia
Health officials confirmed flying to the U.S. late last Middle East respiratory have been exposed to the Overall, at least 400 University MERS expert.
the first case of an week from Saudi Arabia syndrome, or MERS, virus. people have had the MERS belongs to the
American infected with a where he was a health the Centers for Disease So far, it is not known respiratory illness, and coronavirus family that in-
mysterious virus that has care worker. Control and Prevention how he was infected, more than 100 people cludes the common cold
sickened hundreds in the He is hospitalized and Indiana health Schuchat said. have died. All had ties to and SARS, or severe acute
Middle East. in good condition in officials said Friday. Saudi Arabia has been the Middle East region or respiratory syndrome,
The" viruis knot h1ighlyA at the" center of n Midle to peop" le wh trqave"t lle wh ic asd some 800

The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014 WORLD NEWS WIRE Page 7
Nigerian president orders probe into girls' kidnapping
ABUJA, Nigeria state were closed after captors, 223 remain and largest economy. by the government to government and the
(Bloomberg News) recent attacks on schools missing. "Right now, we Leader Abubakar Shekau rescue the hostages. Economic Community of
- Nigerian President in the northeast, the are going to publish the warned in a video The insurgency in the West African States.
Goodluck Jonathan Abuja-based presidency names and photographs released in March that north and the security Jonathan also on
ordered an investi- said in a statement of the missing girls so all students should leave operations by Jonathan's Saturday approved the
gation into efforts to emailed late Friday. The that henceforth there university and girls drop administration to end it shutdown of schools,
rescue more than 200 inquiry will also ascer- won't be any conflicting out of school to get have left at least 1,500 government offices and
schoolgirls abducted in tain the exact number figures," she said. married. people dead this year, private firms with large
the town of Chibok by of girls missing and Borno is the birthplace "In Islam, it is allowed Amnesty International workforces in Abuja, the
suspected Boko Haram their identities following of the Islamist militant to take infidel women as said on March 31. capital, to ease traffic
Islamists following a late discrepancies in the group Boko Haram, slaves," Shekau said. "In The probe panel, ahead of the May 7-9
night raid on April 14. number of students whose name means due course, we will start headed by former Army World Economic Forum
The probe by a seized. Itwestern education is a taking women away." General Ibrahim Sabo, to be held in the city. The
26-member panel, due A total of 276 girls were sin" in the Hausa lan- About 200 protest- will include members closing follows a blast in
to begin on May 6, will kidnapped, Principal guage. The group wants ers marched through from government and the Nyanya district, the
also investigate why the Asabe Kwambura said to impose Shariah, or major streets in Abuja on security agencies, such second in a month, that
school remained open by phone on Friday. Islamic law, in Africa's Wednesday to the parlia- as the State Security killed more than 90 and
while others in Borno While 53 escaped their biggest oil producer ment to demand action police, Borno state wounded at least 200.
Tide of "fl eeing brains" blights Iran's economy
TEHRAN, Iran amid optimism that found that 140 of 255 stu- begun. Iran won as much he said. recently began work in
(Bloomberg News) nuclear talks may ease its dents who participated as $7 billion in relief One is Mohammad, a Iran said they earn at
Drawing on a cigarette at isolation, they could find in International Science from sanctions under postdoctoral student of most $500 a month.
his flat in central Tehran, their ambitions thwarted Olympiads between 1993 a November interim communications at an From his corner office
Araz Alipour counts on by a skills shortage. and 2007 were at leading nuclear accord and hopes institute in Ireland, who on the large garden cam-
one hand his college Each day, Tehran's vast universities abroad. to sign a permanent deal asked that his surname pus of the Institute for
friends who have chosen Enghelab Square be- While Iranians had by July. Inflation slowed and the name of the Research in Fundamental
to build a career in Iran. comes home to clusters been leaving since to a two-year low of 23 college not be published. Sciences in northern
"Easily 90 percent of of booksellers, translators before the 1979 Islamic percent in February His sister is at the Tehran, Reza Mansouri
them have gone over- and document-verifiers, revolution, the economic and the International Massachusetts Institute said it's not just poor pay
seas," the 29-year-old a cottage industry cater- decline and disputed Monetary Fund forecast of Technology, while a that fuels the migration.
software developer said, ing to students dreaming election presided over by the economy will expand brother is a postgradu- Mansouri, a former
reflecting on a middle- of a life abroad. Rouhani's predecessor, for the first time in three ate at Canada's McGill deputy science min-
class flight that has seen "Mostly they want to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, years in 2014, growing University. ister who also teaches
many of the nation's best go to Canada, Australia, spurred a new wave of 1.5 percent. "No matter how good physics at Tehran's elite
scientists and engineers Germany or Sweden," migration. A rising tide of Math graduate you are, you're never Sharif University of
leave. "Of my 45 univer- said Bahram Yousefi, a angry rhetoric aimed at Mehrdad Agha-Bozorgi, going to earn $3,000 Technology, bemoans
sity classmates, I guess baby-faced 26-year-old the U.S. and Israel, and 31, chose to stay. Yet a month in Iran, and the lack of investment in
maybe five are left." who renders applica- strident defiance of calls almost all of the 300 that's a starting salary for science and an emphasis
Photographs of new tions written in Farsi for monitoring of Iranu's students from his Tehran Iranians in Canada or the on religious ideology in
cars, homes and expand- into English and other nuclear program, led to high school days settled U.S.," Mohammad said higher education that he
ing families posted on European languages. tighter sanctions and abroad. "They are either by phone. blames for fueling the
Facebook and Instagram "There's no job security, deeper isolation. at really good universities While there's no official exit of Iran's brightest
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Totals are from a24-hour periodending at 5p.m. Key Largo 83 75 pc 83 72 pc Pensacola 84 64 s 85 65 s Winter Haven 84 63 s 88 66 s Weather (W): ssunny, pc-parly cloudy, c-cludy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sfsnow flurries, sn-snowiice.
Below S. Africa's'City of Gold' a boom in illegal mining
JOHANNESBURG succumb to poisonous involved in illegal mining, need to act with speed." Mozambique and Lesotho Shabangu's minis-
(Bloomberg News) gases and gangs wage turf which comes as a drop in Sithole, in jeans and as well as fired workers try didn't respond to
Smoke rises from a der- wars underground. gold prices and aging ore slip-on shoes, typically from South Africa, where questions first sent on
elict mine shaft 25 miles 'Any mistake and bodies shut South African earns less than $5 a day almost one in four is March 13 on the number
east of Johannesburg, you feel you're going to shafts. The practice has but said it's worth the risk, unemployed, are drawn to of illegal miners killed
where illegal miners cook, be killed," said Joseph grown to create a complex because hitting a rich the shafts. and convicted in 2014
work and sleep below Sithole, 23, an undocu- criminal industry valued seam can earn signifi- Rockfalls, gang violence compared with previ-
ground for weeks at a mented Mozambican mi- at 6 billion rand ($566 cantly more and allows and robbery are becom- ous years. She wont
time. grant, as he stood among million) a year, Mineral him to send money home ing more common as be available until after
They have broken corrugated-iron shacks Resources Minister to his mother in Maputo, some of the zama-zamas national elections on May
through a slab of concrete and rubbish-strewn paths Susan Shabangu said in Mozambique's capital. fight between themselves 7, spokeswoman Ayanda
covering the entrance to near the mine. February. Sithole and prospectors for a bigger share of the Shezi said.
the shaft, one of 6,000 Last year he heard a The government like him are known as za- profit. Sithole says that he For Sithole, it's about
abandoned mines, many crack and dashed to one now plans to block up ma-zamas, or hustlers, in and his colleagues work survival.
around Johannesburg, side of a shaft, narrowly entrances to abandoned Zulu. They live and work "innocently" and carry no Using hand tools, a
known as "eGoli," or avoiding being buried by mines, compel owners in subterranean tunnels weapons, which means head torch and rope, he
"City of Gold" in Zulu. falling rocks, he said. He to heighten security and rife with robbery and they are victims of the and three friends can
At least 40 unlawful felt his way to the surface increase convictions for prostitution, according violence. mine three grams
prospectors have died in through clouds of dust. illegal mining. to police. Illegal miners Sithole was once held (0. 1 ounce) to four grams
South Africa this year as Sithole is one of an "It's getting out of con- from job-scarce nations at gunpoint by a gang of gold in a week, earning
mines collapse, workers estimated 14,000 people trol," Shabangu said. "We including Zimbabwe, from Lesotho, robbed and the group 960 rand to

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NASCAR Sprint Cup 12.(19) Mike Bliss, oyota, 117,81.9,32. P a e eS
NASCARSprint Cup 5) John Wes Townley, Toyota, 117,84.3,
Series 14. (29) Tommy Joe Martins, Dodge, 117,
AARON'S 499 61.9,30.
After Saturday qualifying; race today 15. (7)Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 117, 75.8, 30. f ns
At Talladega Superspeedway 16. (39) Jeffrey Earnhardt, Chevrolet, 117,
Talladega, Ala. 66, 28.
Laplength2.66miles 17.(18) Eric McClureToyota, 117,54.9,27.
(Car number in parentheses) 18. (5) Dakoda Armstrong, Ford, 117, 74.3,
1. (33) Brian Scott, Chevrolet, 198.29. 26.
2.(27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 197,888. 19. (37) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 117, 95.1,
3.(47) A J AIImendinger, Chevrolet, 197.704. 26.
4.(13) Casey Mears, Chevrolet, 197.37. 20.(27) Ryan Sieg,Chevrolet, 117,77,24.
5.(3) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 197362. 21.(6)Ryan Blaney, Ford, 116,98.8,0. x
6.(31) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 197297. 22. (31) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, accident,
7. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, 194.995. 111,97.3,0.
8.(4) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 194.393. 23. (33) Jeremy Clements, Chevrolet, acci- BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
9.(41) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 193.619. dent, 111,60.4,22.
10. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 193.615. 24.(4) Ryan Reed, Ford, 108,783,21. INDIANAPOLIS- Paul
11. (24)JeffGordon, Chevrolet, 193.486. 25. (40) Chad Boat, Dodge, accident, 107, George scored a playoff
12.(14)Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 188.958. 81.4,19.
13.(2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 194.963. 26. (24) Josh Wise, Chevrolet, engine, 91, AP PHOTO career-high 30 points and
14.(95) Michael McDowell, Ford, 194.959. 49.6,0. Roy Hibber finally came
15.0(3) Aric Almirola, Ford, 194.911. 27. (17) Jamie Dick, Chevrolet, 87, 45,17. RyHbetfnlycm
16.(22) Joey Logano, Ford, 194.88. 28. (26) Mike Harmon, Dodge, accident, 86, Kasey Kahne moves off the track into Turn 4 during Saturday's Aaron's 312 Nationwide series auto up big to lead the Indiana
17.(7) Michael Annett, Chevrolet, 194.098. 35.7,16. race at Talladega Superspeedway. Elliott Sadler won for his first victory at Talladega. Pacers past the Atlanta
18.(55) Brian VickersToyota, 194.035. 29.(9) James BuescherToyota, 86,71.7,15. Hawks, 92-80 on Saturday
19.(18) Kyle Busch,Toyota, 193.541. 30.(20) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 78,51,0.
20.(48)JimmieJohnson,Chevrolet,193.478. 31.(3)DarrellWallaceJr.,Toyota,74,72.7,0. Night in Game 7.
21.(20) Matt Kenseth,Toyota, 193.458. 32.(22) Robert Richardson Jr., Chevrolet, en- Indiana staved off elimi-
22. (36) Reed Sorenson, Chevrolet, 190.89. gine, 63, 48.1,12.
23.(21)Trevor Bayne, Ford, 190.575. 33. (10) Brian Scott, Chevrolet, accident, 61, nation for the second time
24.(83) Ryan Truex,Toyota, 197.913. 83.8,12. in three days. The Pacers'
25.(17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 197.908. 34. (11) Brendan Gaughan, Chevrolet, acci- regular starters won back-
26. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 197.835. dent, 61,57.2, 11. rglrsatr o ak
27.(15) Clint BowyerToyota, 197.806. 35.(28) Dylan Kwasniewski, Chevrolet, acci- to-back games for thef irst
28.(66)MichaelWaltripToyota, 197.806. dent,43,54,9. time since mid-March.
29.(42) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 197.77. 36. (30) Bobby Gerhart, Chevrolet, engine,
30. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 31,36.6,8. Instead of becoming
197.765. 37. (35) Carl Long, Dodge, electrical, 14, : the sixth top seed to lose
31.(26) ColeWhitt, Toyota, 197.721. 28.7,7.
32.(1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 197.443. 38.(25)Jeff Green,Toyota,vibration,4,28.3, in the first round of the
33.(23) Alex Bowman,Toyota, 197.403. 6. Br a Sc tt five-minutesession, and the12 drivers current 16-teamplayoff
34. (11)Denny Hamlin,Toyota, 197.378. 39.(23)2Matt DiBenedetto, Chevrolet, vibra- ianAARON'S499 allwaiteduntiljustovertwominutes format,thePacerswillbe
35. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 197.244. AARON' 499 all watdutljs5ve.w iue om ttePcr ilb
36.(98) Josh Wise, Ford, 197.029. 40. (14) Blake Koch, Toyota, vibration, 1, W InS pole; WHEN:Today, 1 .m remained to head onto the track. Tony back on their home floor
3 2.1()Terry Labonte, Ford Own er 25.4,4. Stewart posted the fastest lap and held Monday night against
38 (1Juti I~aer Ceroet wnrRaceStatisticsa l r a e WHE:RE::Talladega, Ala.
Points. Average Speed of Race Winner 131.224 Sadler takes down the top spot until time expired, Washington in the Eastern
39.(34) David Ragan, Ford, Owner Points. mph. TRACK: Talladega Super- when Scott shot to the top of the Conference semifinals.
40.(38) David Gilliland, Ford, Owner Points. Time of Race 2 hours, 22 minutes, 18 sec- N ationw ide speedway (val, 2.66 miles) leaderbard.
41. (40) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, Owner N a i n ienpewy(oa,266mlss.aebad
Points. Margin ofVictory 0.124 seconds. TV: FOX Scott turned a lap at 198.290 mph Thunder 120, Grizzlies
42. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, Owner Caution Flags 7for 291aps.
Points. Lead Changes 27 among 13 drivers. BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RADIO: 102.5 FM to win the pole for Richard Childress 109: In Oklahoma City, Kevin Durant
43. (78) Martin Truex Jr, Chevrolet, Owner Lap Leaders R.Reed 1-29; B.Gaughan 30; DEFENDING CHAMPION: Racing. scored 33 points, Russell Westbrook
Points. T.Dillon 31-33; E.Sadler 34-39; B.Scott 40- TALLADEGA, Ala.- David Ragan RCR teammate Paul Menard had a triple-double, and the Thunder
44.(77) Daedyo ,al56. 41; E.Sadler 42; &Scott 43-45; J.Clements David Ragan's surprise was second and was followed by beat Memphis in Game 7 of their
44.(77) Dave Blaney, Ford, 195.56. 46; J.Gase 47; R.Blaney 48-49; B.Scott 50; wasor secon seaso waatlwdb ba epi n ae7ohi
45.(87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, 194.551. E.Sadler 51; B.Scott 52; E.Sadler 53; B.Scott AJ Allmendinger, Casey Mears and Western Conference quarterfinal series.
46.(35) Eric McClure, Ford, 194.366. 54; E.Sadler 55-57; B.Scott 58-9; E.Sadler Talladega Superspeedway 10 guys that are in conten- Daytona 500 pole-sitter Austin Dillon. Nestbro had 27 ints,16 assisid
47.(44) J3.Yeley, Chevrolet, 192.154. 60-66; J.Yeley 67; E.Sadler 68-83; R.Smith gave his fledgling Front tion for the win," Ragan Dyoa50p1-itrAsi iln etr0 a 7pit,1 sit
84-103; D.Starr 104-107; C.Elliott 108-110; and 10 rebounds. His assist total tied
NASCAR D.Starr 111; E.Sadler 112-115; C.Buescher Row Motorsports team said, "they're going to be Sadler finally wins one the franchise record for a playoffgame
NSer Eader y Dir Tirnes ts. f bos Sht shtas at Talladega: Elliott Sadler won set in 1987 by Nate McMillan when the
Naton ideSeie Laps Led) E.Sadler, 9 times for 40 laps; inside the organization. berth if they can cross the
AARON'S 312 R.Reed, I time for 29 laps; R.Smith, 1 timefor Back at Talladega to finish line first." a thea towide ere e aat
Saturday 20 laps; B.Scott, 6 times for 10 laps; D.Starr, d e e d h s w n h t k s T e e h v e n s v n flag in the Nationw ide Series race at
At Talladega Superspedway 2 times for 5 laps;TDllon, time for 3 laps; defend his win, the stakes There have been seven Talladega Superspeedway. Around the league:
Talladega,Ala. C.Elliott, I timefor3 laps;R.Blaney, I timefor are far greater today. winners through the first The race was stopped for a little The NBA said it will appoint a chief
Lap length 2.66 miles 2 laps; C.Buescher, 1 time for 1 lap; J.Yeley, 1 Should Ragan win again nine races of the season, Terc a tpe o ite TeNAsi twl pon he
(Start position in parentheses) time for 1 lap; J.Gase, 1 time for 1 lap; J.Cle- more than nine minutes to clean the executive officer to supervise the Los
1. (2) Elliott Sadler, Toyota, 117 laps, 130.4 ments, I time for 1 lap; B.Gaughan, I time this year, the victory could with Kevin Harvick and track following a six-car accident that Angeles Clippers'operations....
rating, 48 points. for 1 lap. bewrhaso nte Joey Logano leading the
2.(8) Chris Buescher, Ford, 117,88.8,43. Top 10 in Points 1. C.Elliott, 339; 2. E.Sadler, be worth a spot in the began when Jeremy Clement was Damian Lillard's 3-pointer as time
3. (32) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, I17, 103.9, 338; 3. R.Smith, 336; 4.T.Bayne, 308; 5.T.Dil- : 6-driver Chase for the pack with two wins each. turning into an outside wall and his car expired sent Portland to the Western
42. Ion, 308; 6. B.Scott, 277; 7. B.Gaughan, 250; Sprint Cup championship "It definitely does shot back into traffic Conference semifinals with a 99-98
4.(13) David Ragan, Ford, 117,80.2,0. 8. J.Buescher, 244; 9. C.Buescher, 229; 10. : field ihnt h e w ay y o u rale,"
5. (1) Sam Hornish Jr.,Toyota, 117,1055,39. R.Reed, 225. fe change te way you race, There were three laps remaining on Game 6 victory over Houston on Friday
6.(38) Joe Nemechek,Toyota, 117, 84.7, 0. NASCAR Driver Rating Formula Under new Chase said Jinmie Johnson, still the restart, and Sadler had to throw night. It was the first buzzer-beating
.(12) JdYeley, s, D o let, 117, 86.7, i a maximum of50 o ntsma c nbe athei nd qualifying rules enacted looking for the win that several blocks to hold off a charge from shot to win a playoff series since John
36. lowing categories Wins, Finishes, Top-15 this season, drivers could put them in the the pack of traffic behind him. Stockton's 3 led Utah over Houston in
9.(16) David StarrToyota, 117,86.3,36. Finishes, Average Running Position While can become eligible Chase. "I think with that It was the 10th Nationwide Series the 1997 Western Conference finals.
10. (21)Trevor Bayne, Ford, 117,83,34. on Lead Lap, Average Speed Under Green,
11.(36)JoeyGase, Chevrolet, 117,64.4,34. Fastest Lap,Led Most Laps, Lead-LapFinish. forNASCAR's 10-race pretty-muchguaranteed victoryofSadler'scareer, butfirstsince
championship format lock with one win lets 2012. He went winless last season in
with a victory as long as you take two tires when his first year with Joe Gibbs Racing. It'sGLAN E
they are ranked inside the maybe you should take Sadler's first career win atTalladega. Saturday's results
top-30 in the standings. four, or try for fuel. Why Indiana 92, Atlanta 80
Although there have been not try?" Hessert wins ARCA race Oklahoma City 120, Memphis 109
no surprise winners this at Talladega: Tom Hessert used Golden State at L.A. Clippers,
= iM season, Talladega is the Scott leads RCR to pole a bold pass of John Wes Townley late
lottery ticket that can at Talladega: Brian Scott won and Bobby Gerhart with three laps Today's games
t change the fortune for one the pole for today's Sprint Cup race at remaining to win the ARCA Series race Brooklyn at Toronto, 1 p.m.
AP PHOTO lucky driver. Talladega Superspeedway, where he atTalladega Superspeedway. Dallas at San Antonio, 3:30 p.m.
"In the closing laps of posted the fastest lap as time expired in Townley had led late but was passed See more NBA playoffseries
Matt Kenseth (20) leads a pack of cars moving through the (today's) race, I guarantee knockout qualifying. with four to go by Gerhart, who was glance in Scoreboard, Page 7
tri-oval during qualifying Saturday at Talladega. the top six or eight or top The third and final round was a celebrating his 300th career series start.
1 Ith Race at Churchill Downs 14-Miles. Purse Paid $2,000,000 Open 3-Year-Olds Grade I 140th Running
FROM PAGE 1 Horse Wgt PP 1/4 1/2 3/4 1M Str Fin Jod(ey Odds
DAP Racing, which stands California Chrome 126 5 3-hd 3-hd 3-hd 1-hd 1-5 1-1% Espinoza 2.50
Commanding Curve 126 16 18-6 18-212 17-hd 11-12 9-112 2-14 Bridgmohan 37.80
for Dumb Ass Partners. Danza 126 4 12-2 9-2 8-2 5-hd 4-hd 3-2% Bravo 8.70
Their silks include an Wicked Strong 126 19 14-hd 12-1/ 11-12 10-112 6-hd 4-no Maragh 6.50
image of a donkey. Samraat 126 6 4-12 4-hd 4-1 2-12 3-112 5-12 Ortiz 16.70
Coburn lives near Reno, Dance With Fate 126 11 13-hd 14-1 15-hd 9-1 7-hd 6-12 Nakatani 16.00
Nevada, rising at 4:30 RideOnCurlin 126 18 19 19 18-hd 17-5 14-12 7-% Borel 17.30
Medal Count 126 13 10-2 10-hd 12-2 8-hd 8-hd 8-2 Albarado 26.20
a.m. for his job as a press Chitu 126 12 1-2 2-1 2-12 3-1 2-hd 9-nk Garcia 25.50 BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
operator at a 13-employ- WeMissArtie 126 7 17-1 16-1 16-11/ 13-hd 12-21/ 10-hd Castellano 27.60 PLAYOFF GLAN(E
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magnetic strips for credit Intense Holiday 126 15 5-hd 5-V4 5-V4 4-hd 5-V4 12-2% Velazquez 14.10 Bruins rallied from two Saturday's games
c ar s n d ri erlic ns s. CandyBoy 126 17 15-14 17-1 19 15-14 15-114 13-4 V% Stevens 9.40
cad n rvrlcne. UncleSigh 126 3 2-114 1-14 1-hd 6-1 10-2 14-1V% Ortiz Jr. 30.80 goals down to avoid Boston 5, Montreal 3
Martin lives on the Tapiture 126 14 8-14 7-hd 7-hd 7-hd 11-V4 15-6V% Santana Jr. 35.20 another two-gam~e deficit Los Angeles at Anaheim, late
California side of the bor- Harry's Holiday 126 2 9-14 8-114 9-14 12-1 16-6 16-514 Lanerie 44.30 against the archrival Today's games
der near Reno, running vinceremos 126 9 11-1 13-1 10-hd 18-1V4 18-V4 17-nk Rocco Jr. 49.70 Montreal Canadiens. Minnesota at Chicago, 3 p.m.
laboratory that tests VIcarsa inrduble 16 10 -hd 6-I 16-2 14-V 1719 18- Napravni 204 Reilly Smidth scored N.Y. Rangers at Pittsburgh,
high-reliability equip- Time 23.04 47.37 1:11.80 1:37.45 2:03.66 the go-ahead goal with 7:30 p.m.
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a handshake, and their 5 a) if(5rn7C h3 7.00 564.0 1(1)CmadnCuv 3.8 1.0() Dnz600Saturday and even the Bruins or their fans for racist tweets
wives are friends who (c) 2014 Equibase Company LLC, all rights reserved. Eastern Conference directed at him after Game 1 of their
enjoy the sport, too. The semifinals at one game NHL/playoff series."It's completely
Caluforni rm name win for Espinoza, who away to become the first said. "Now he has a new apI was a fun last part unfaie forganiboioy torpo the sne"
by drawing it out of a hat. rode1Var Emblem to California-bred to win the fan." of the third period," said he said. Subban scored two goals
The horse hadn't even victory in 2002. Derby since Decidedly in Commanding Curve, Torey Krug, who set up in Game l, including the winner in
been out of his home "I thought he rode him 1962. a 37-1 shot, rallied for Smith's goal. "We're very double oetie He had tw asits
state until this week. perfect," said Sherman, "This horse has so second, with Danza third. excited with how things in Game 2oSaurday whwo sise
"Sometimes you don't a former jockey. "I was much talent," Espinoza Wicked Strong was fourth turned out, but we've got Bruins beat Montreal 5-3 to tie the
get a lot of respect," riding the last 70 yards said. "By the three- and Samraat finished t oeaogfo tbs-fsvnsre toegm
Sherman said. "We're with Victor, so I think he eighths pole I knew fifth. pretty soon." apece.
in Kentucky and you was riding two. He had that was it. I could see Commanding Curve Games 3 and 4 are on a
know most of the Derby a lot of weight on him, I other horses struggling a returned $31.80 and Tuesda ad ThurdaBlchw soktog
winners are bred here and can tell you that." little bit, and he was just $15.40, giving trainer .n eMonay a rn rs2ayBlackhws look irto goe h
few outside of Kentucky." Espinoza had California smooth." Dallas Stewart his second inreeinu 2-:Iwa'thefstimte
Sherman visited Swaps' Chrome sitting com- Dale Romans, who straight runner-up 2011 Boston won twice Chicago Blackhawks saw a spectacular
grave near the Derby mu- fortably in third in the trained eighth-place finish with a double-digit nisf t- nd ees gafr Prcka.Ythy
seum earlier in the week 19-horse field as Uncle Medal Count, quickly longshot. Danza, named afe oig tefrtwo were stl amazed ady ltrKane
and whispered a r paer: Sigh and Chitu set the changed his tune about for actor Tony Danza of at home. The Bruins won scored twice in the third period on
"I hop ch's another early pace. California Chrome after "Who's the Boss?" fame, tesre nsvngm s Fia ih olf h lchwst
Sw aps."California Chrome believing the colt had no paid $6 to show as the 8-1 and went on to win their a 5-2 victory over Minnesota. But it
Ie sure was. made his move on the chance to win. third choice. first Stanley Cup title in was his dash through the Wild zone
California Chrome final turn in tandem "I'm very impressed Trainer Todd Pletcher 39 years. on the tiebreaking goal that had his
extended his winning with Samraat. It looked the way he came into it, came up empty with his teammates still in awe. Game 2 is
streak to five races, won like those two would the way he looked, the four starters, finishing Subban: Don't blame today in Chicago, and the Blackhawks
bya combined 26 lengths, decide the outcome, until way he was prepared and third with Danza, 10th Bruins for racist tweets: are in position to take a commanding
It was the second Derby California Chrome sped the way he ran," Romans with1Ve Miss Artie, 12th Montreal defenseman P.K. Subban lead thanks to a late charge that
said he doesn't blame the Boston started with one memorable goal.

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CRABS~~~~~~STN CRABS codnewETpstonpaesarAtn
"I think we're gaining a lot of confidence. It's real easy
FROM PAGE1good at-bats together and making plays behind us." i
we've kind of built, and isn
continue to build on that, Stone Crabs pitcher JEFF AMES
I think it's going to be L
good. Balls down in the
ALUMNI OF THE WEEK zone, attacking the hitters
and quality strikes."
CURT CASALI The improvement has tR. "
Oouble-A Montgomery Biscuits come in large part from
the increased success
The former Stone Crabs'catcher of the starting rotation, TWITPIC OF THE
has swung a hot bat all season in whose members haveWEEK
Double-A. Through the first 22 games, begun to settle in after
Casali is batting .314 with a home run having a month to adjust look for the Missing Legs Fund bucket
and 13 RBIs. to either a new league, a1 on our table, across from guest services.
new manager or a new All donations go to a Publix charity!
organization all together,. -Caltt~oerb
The lone newcomer
PITCHER OF THE WEEK: to the Tampa Bay Rays' TWEET(S)
AUSTIN PRUITT organization is Leonel :OF HE EE
Santiago, who joins the f ,OFT EW K
Theriht-anerteam after spending last After a rainout? Gotta watch @
posted his best year in the Kansas City RaysBaseball thru 13 and I ponder
Royals' system. Santiago when was the last time Jeter went
outing of the gave up six or more t0-7?- Manager Jared Sandberg
season on Tuesday |,xI
ina inoerth runs in three of his first (@jlsofoly)
in. auine the : four starts of the season ,
giving up just because he was trying to Just got passed by a semi going around
oneru ontheedo too much, Sandberg ,a corner in this bus #findthegaspedal
hits and three walks over six innings. said, but he settled down #embarrassing -- Outfielder Josh
It was the first start this season he t ieu utoerno ae(sljsS
allowed less than three runs. toht nhsls uig
Roberto Gomez has / We'd like to invite Jameis Winston to
been solid over the first :a game at Charlotte Sports Park. We
six starts of his second know he's a big crab fan. Charlotte
HITE F HEW E~ vnseasonpin hePort Charlotte,ruso Stone Crabs (@StoneCrabs)
MAXX TlSSENBAUM less in four of them. But BEST OF TH E BLOG
as the No. I guy in the
four games for only averaging 51/3 innings sad news for the fans in attendance at
the Stone Crabs, per start. Charlotte Sports Park, because it was
batting .571 over IL The other three mem- supposed to be Super Hero Night.
that stretch. He' IL bers of the rotation -There was still some bad-guy-
on an eight-game Reinaldo Lopez, Jeff Ames fighting fun, though, despite the lack
hitting streak since April 22. and Austin Pruitt all of baseball. When members of the
played for Sandberg in Stone Crabs'front office staff rolled the
#Bowling Green last year. tarp onto the field, they did it dressed
Lopez has become more as Hulk, Clark Kent, Superman, Robin,
STAT OF THE WEEK comfortable after a rough ------Flash and Wolverine.
2:Tasthnubroruste outing to start the season, A L.Josh Vitale had some time to talk
Stn rb aesoe nteffh allowing four runs or less to some of the Stone Crabs about who
Ston Crab hast score intartsft their favorite super heroes were, too.
inning this season, the most they've Heeswhat they had to say:
scored in any inning. They scored six Mange Jare Sandberg:r"That
run intha famethi wek. Sandberg thinks they MngrJrdSnbr:Ta
runld in thhe frame thi wee.eM would probably be a better question for
rotation. SUN PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO my son. He's into that. But I would say
"I tinkAmesandSuperman, growing up."
"I hin A es nd Charlotte Stone Crabs starter Roberto Gomez throws against Jupiter on Thursday at Charlotte 1 B Patrick Leonard: "Probably
QUOTE OF THE WEEK Pruitt are definitely Sot ak
sleeers, OFdbr TH EK :S porsd.rk Iron Man, because I like Robert Downey
"You can see it in the energy we have "Pruitt's in his first full the Rays' organization the inside part of the obviously, as well as we Jr.11
when we warm up, you can see it season -he pitched entering the season, and plate," Pruitt said. "I did could have," Prutt said. SP Jeff Ames: "I guess The Hulk,
when we play .... With all the talent in college last year, was he could end up being that a lot in my last start, "But now all of us have had SPcAust Pritt: "Probblkmvy
that we have, once we get on a roll it's drafted and kind of the Stone Crabs' ace if he and I was pretty success- some starts under our belt. Batn. I uiketan HePareuarl
going to be a fun time for everybody." moved up the ranks -so lives up to that potential. ful with it." We've been able to learn BamnIlkeatn.esargur
Outfielder Josh Sale this is going to be some Pruitt posted great The numbers don't a little bit from each start, dude, and he saves Gotham."
uncharted waters for numbers between show it yet -all five and now we've kind of Visit for
#him, to be in the five-day Hudson Valley and starters have an ERA figured it out a little bit." more ofJosh Vftale8 Crab Cakes.
rotation and pitch every Bowling Green after over 4.00 -but they're "I think we're gaining a
PROMOTION fifth day. And then Ames, being drafted out of the starting to get more lot of confidence," Ames THE WEEK AHEAD
OF THE WEEK getting him healthy and University of Houston last comfortable. They're said. "It's real easy to gain Toa:v.S.Lce10am
built back up." season, compiling a 1.44 still trying to find their confidence when the po- Toy:v.t.Lce10am
Thursday's "Claw and Order Night"at Ames missed two ERA in 14 appearances. rhythm, Sandberg said, siinpaesaeptig Monday: vs. St. Lucie, 1:30 p.m.
Charlotte Sports Park was inspired by weeks with a sore bicep He gave up five or more but once they do, their good at-bats together and Tua: v.S.Lce:0pm
Jameis Winston's citation for shop- before returning Monday runs in three of his first manager thinks they "can making plays behind us. Wednsday: Bradentn, 6:30 p.m.
lifting crab legs from a Tallahassee to give up one run over four outings this season, compete with any five So definitely it seems like Fia:v.Baetn :0pm
Publix late Tuesday night. The Stone three innings in his first but he righted the ship to starters or any rotation in we've become a lot more
Crabs donated $1 of every additional start off the disabled list. throw six innings of one- the league right now." comfortable." Saturday: at Bradenton, 6:30 p.m.
ticket sold to a charity of Publix's ranked him as run ball in his last start. "We started off pretty (ontaaJosh Vitale at 941-206-1122 Sunday: Off

The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014 SID Page 5
Cubs: Stone Crabs sweep doubleheader
By JOSHn VIs" AL" finally capitalized on a Sandberg said. "So to go get a base hit, but today "He can use his decep-
SPORTS WRITER bases-loaded opportunity out there and compete the was a good day. Base hit, tion to his advantage. He
b akwhen the Stone Crabs way we did and get two RBI; that's good for me." was able to locate some
PORT CHARLOTTE- needed it most. The wins is unexpected. But Right-hander Reinaldo offspeed pitches and
When Hector Guevara speedy center fielder hit we've been playing good Lopez kept the Stone keep them off-balance,"
fouled out to first base a ground ball down the baseball." Crabs in Game I with six Sandberg said. "There
in the seventh inning first-base line and beat First baseman Jonathan innings of five-hit, four- wentaloofg d
C a r d s Saudyeeig hard-charging first base- Quinonez was the unlikely run ball, notching his fifth swnsofohi.
ilokdathuhte man Viosergy Rosa to the hero in Game 2. He was consecutive start with four Wt h eissepo
Charlotte Stone Crabs bag with a head-first slide, batting .036 entering the runs or less scored against Wt h eissepo
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS were headed for more of diigithwnigru gaeihmoeus(2 hm.Jupiter, Charlotte has won
CHIAG -same. as Charlotte walked off than hits (1) this season, "He's on a roll right now. anfi ght c oisectv las0
CHICAGO-- lakeThey still had the bases with a 5-4 win. but he came through in a He's pitching very well," aneihoftslt10
Arrieta struck out seven loaded with two outs, "He made a good play big spot. Sandberg said. "In my After starting the season
an ove fournngi his but they had been there on it, and I just had to At the plate with run- mind, his only bad outing 1-6, the Stone Crabs have
ovr513inigsi hs before during Game I of beat him to the bag," Toles ners on first and third in a was in his first start. .... a chance to be just a 12
season debut, leading Saturday's doublehead- said. 'And I beat him." tie game in the bottom of He's keeping us in the game out of first place
the Chicago Cubs over er against the Jupiter The Stone Crabs picked the fifth, Quinonez looped game." when they take the field
the St. Louis Cardinals Hammerheads. They had up another win, 4- 1, in a single into right field, Bruedlin Suero was ti feno gis h
3- 0 Saturday for their already loaded the bases Game 2 of the double- driving in Kes Carter from even more impressive in StLuiMes
firs thee-amewining four times entering that header, securing their first third to score what was Game 2. Making a spot"tsalysgoto in
streakthis sasonseventh, but they had left series sweep of the season ultimately the game-win- start out of the bullpen to Thtswawerhreo
shoulder stiffess thi nine runners on base. and getting their record ning run. keep the rest of the week's do"Tlsai.Wewn
shouder tiffess his They were 6 for I11 with over .500 for the first time "That's awesome," said rotation on schedule, the do"Tlsai.Weon
spring, walked two and runners in scoring posi- since opening day. Quinonez, who finished I left-hander gave up just so that's all that matters in
thre 82pitcestion, but they only had "It's a big day. It's a for 2 to nearly double his one run on four hits over mybo.
Chicago's bullpen four runs to show for it. tough day after the rain season average to .067. "1 52/ innings to pick up his ContatJosh Vitale at 941-206-1122 or
finished a seven-hitter. But Andrew Toles (Friday)," manager Jared have 30 at-bats and I can't second win of the season.
Brian Schlitter (1-0) got
tw o outs for the win, and ................................................ ............
Hector Rondon worked LB .oake Ta a a3STONE CRABS GAME REPORT
around a pair of leadoff G1: STONE CRABS 5, STONE CRABS 4, HAMMERHEADS 1
singles in the ninth for his HAMMERHEADS 4 Second game
third save. Jupiter AB R H RBI BB SO AVG
G2: STONE CRABS 4, Barber 3B 2 00 0 00 .273
Flynn CF 2 0 1 0 00 .240
Pirates 8, Blue Jays HAMMERHEADS 1 Moran DH 3 0 10 00 .279
6:I itbrh el akriaRosaI1B 3 0 0 0 0 0 .311
6: InPts ug ,NelW l e i HITTER OF THE DAY Ju n e LF 3 0 0 0 0 0 .263
tiebreaking, two-run double in the ... Andrew Toles, Stone Crabs: AdamsC 2 0 10 10 .300
eighth inning, capping a comeback Tespadthhrowhawakff Gomez SS 3 0 0 0 0 0 .000
-ru deict t lad heWilson RF 3 00 0 00 .232
from a five- ndecttola th hit in Game I and added another RBI Perio 2B 3 1 1 0 00 .235
Pirates over Toronto. i a e2 iihn o ihto Totals 24 14 0 10 .265
RBIs and a run scored. Charlotte AB R H RBI BB SO AVG
PhlisNtoas:nToles CF 3 0 0 101 .248
Phillias, yainals 2:and oyPTHRO H Reginatto SS 3 00 0 00 .290
PhiadlphaRya Hwar ad CdyCoyle 2B 3 00 0 01 .261
Asche homered, and A.J. Burnett threw Bruedlin Suero, Stone Crabs: Leonard DH 3 00 0 00 .305
sisldnigtla te hlisMaking a spot start out of the bullpen Goeddel 3B 3 1 1 0 00 .298
ovrahntnJmyolnhdin Game 2 of the doubleheader, Carter RF 2 1 0 0 1 1 .283
ovrWsigo.Jim2oln a Tissenbaum C 2 1 2 0 00 .333
four hits and Marlon Byrd doubled and Suero twirledS5/3innings of four-hit, Quinonez 1B 2 1 1 1 0 0 .067
drove in apair of runs for Philadelphia, one-run ball to earn his second Gantt LF 1 0 0 0 00 .282
whcwnojsthtidien1victory. Totals 22 4 4 2 1 3 .271
whih on orusthethid imein11Jupiter 001000 0 1 4 3
games against the Nationals. KEY INNING Charlotte 010030 X 44 1
Fifth, Game 2: The Stone Crabs :E: Adams, J (2, throw), Perio (4, throw), Go-
Reds6, rewrs 2 In. .. .. go th wal-of vitor in he eveth:mez, A (1, throw), Goeddel (4, throw). LOB:
Red 6,Breers2: n gt te alkoffvicoryin he evethJupiter 5. Charlotte 2. 2B: Perio (3), Goeddel
Cincinnati, Johnny Cueto gave up three- I inning of Game 1, but the three-run (7). RBI: Quinonez (2),Toles (7). SB: Goeddel
hits over eight innings, including two AP PHOTO fifth inning in Game 2 secured their (5). CS:Toles (7). RISP: Jupiter 0 for 7. Char-
solo hom ers, and singled home a run Ne o k sM s h r a a ad l v r i c ui g t efrti n n fS t r a a e a a n t doubleheader sweep. First basem an lotte 1 for 3.PB:Tissenbaum (3).
New ork' MashiroTanaa deiver a ptch urin thefirs innng o SatrdaysigaeraginstJupierRI H BRER HRO HEER
leaingtheRed toa vctoy oer Tampa Bay. The Yankees won, extending Tanaka's regular-season unbeaten streak to 40 starts Jnta unnzdoei h sh41 03 67
Milwaukee. go-ahead run with an RBI single, and McCarthy L, 0-1 12 3 2 1 0 018.00
Chalotego to nsuane un o a Crabaugh 1 O00 00 000.00
R a y ud oe y halotegottw isuane un o a Charlotte IP H RERBB SO HRERA
Giants 3, Braves 1: In fielder's choice and an error. SueroW,2-2 51A 4 1 1 0 0 0 5.81
Atlanta, Brandon Belt, Buster Posey Jensen S, 2 iE 00 0 1 0 02.05
and Michael Morse hit home runs, each QUT FTEDYHBP: Gantt (by McCarthy). Umpires: HP:
to~~~ ~Ry u n d o n bfa nig n tekn a "It was good to see him running Scott Costello. 1 B: Brennan Miller. T- 1:46.
Francisco beat the slumping Braves in a hard down the line in that situation. Ar ,7 .
matchup of first-place teams. t h n, Tl a k It got us the victory:."- Stone Crabs FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE
manager Jared Sandberg on Andrew North Division
,oe'aewnin i nGm W L Pct. GB
Red Sox 6, Athletics 3: Toles'in g T a n a knigai i am Dunedin (BlueJays) 20 8 .714 -
In Boston, Jon Lester (3-4) struck out -Js Viale Lakeland (Tigers) 18 10 .643 2
career-high 15, allowing one hit By MARC TOPIKIN LATE FRIDAY TapaC (Beers) 15 13 .536 5
over eigh scoreles inning CraigRays l, Yankees 5,14 innings STONE CRABS 5, HAMMERHEADS 4 Tma(ake) 1 3.3
ovregtsoeesinns- agTAMPA BAY TIMES RAYS AT YANKEES Tampa Bay AB R H BI BBSO Avg. First game Daytona (Cubs) 9 17 .346 10
Gentry's leadoff bloop single in the Zors~ 1 I 0 3 .7 uie BRH BB S AG Clearwater (Phillies) 5 21 .192 14
third over the head of second baseman NEWYORK--The WHO: Tampa Bay (14-17) Deennings cf 6 21 12 3.277 BarnesC 3 12 11 0.330 South Division
W L Pct. GB
Dustin Pedroia. Jonny Gores hit a events of the preceding at New York (16-13) Longoria 3b 6 1 3 1 11 .286 Flynn CF 4 0 2 2 00 .235 Fr yr Tis 6 3 .5
Myers rf 7 2 3 2 0 0 .241FotMes(wn) 1 13.5
grand slam in the first off Tommy days finally caught up to WHEN: Today, 1:05 p.m. S.RodriguezlIf-l b 6 23 1 11 .275 Moran 3B 3 00 0 01 .275 Bradenton (Pirates) 15 13 .536 12
Milone (0-3), and David Ortiz and David the Tam pa Bay Rays on WHERE: Yankee Stadium, Loel 37 Rsl 30 St. Lucie (Mets) 15 13 .536 12
R1sdes1h~esn~tn Stryaeno .NwYk -Guyer pr-lf 1 1 1 1 0 0 .154 uengel LF 3 0 00 0 0 0 .270 Charlotte (Rays) 15 14 .5171
RsadesoohmrinBso's Straafeno.NwYk Forsythedch 1 0 0 1 0 0 .154 Barber DH 3 1 1 1 0 2 .281 Palm Beach (Cardinals) 13 16 .448 3
second straight win after losing a Certainly, overall fatigue PROBABLE PITCHERS: a-Joyce ph-h 4 1 0 0 1 1 .289 Keefer RF 2 1 0 0 1 0 .221 Jupiter (Marlins) 12 17 .414 4
day-night doubleheader to Tampa Bay., had to be a factor in the Erik Bedard (0-1, 5.52 ERA) vs. .oiaY'Escobar ss 6 03 11 2 28239 Goetz SS 3 1 2 0 0 0 .217 Saturday results
9-3 loss to the New York CC Sabathia (3-3, 5.11 ERA) c-DeJesus ph 1 00 0 01 .197 Perio 2B 2 00 0 00 .231 Charlotte 5, Jupiter 4,1lst game
Twins 6, Orioles 1: In Yankees as they com- TV: Sun Sports Haniganc 2 02 1 0 0 .270 Totals 26 47 4 24 .268 Bradenton 3, St. Lucie 2, 1st game
Totals 561020 10 714 Charlotte AB R H RBI BB SO AVG Clearwater at Daytona, 1lst game, ccd., rain
Minneapolis, Joe Mauer and Brian pleted their fourth game RADIO: 620 AM, 1220 AM, NewYork AB R H BI BBSO Avg. Toles CF 5 13 1 00 .254 Lakeland 2, DunedinO0
Dozier homered, Kevin Correia --and 41 st inning -- in a 1480 AM, 1530 AM, 1580 AM Ellsbury cf 6 04 1 11 .330 Goeddel 3B 3 00 1 11 .297 Brevard County 7, Tampa 4, comp. of susp.
] ~Leroux p 0 ol2 20game
earned his first win of the season and span of 511 /2 hours in two Jees 0 0 0 0 0 0 --. ye2B50 00.7
Minnesota ended its four-game losing cities. Beta r 2 5 Leonard 1B 4 1 1 0 0 0 .315 T m a ,rvr ~ ut 27 nigpl e c 0 otM es
streak. Mauer had three hits and four But the real cause of this so elieral a, exiab 61210120CreR 8 Charlotte 4, Jupiter1, 2nd game
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East Division Los Angeles AB R H BI BBSO Avg. Washington AB R H BI BBSO Avg. For Friday's late linescores, see Seattle AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away D.Gordon2b 6 2 5 2 0 1 .357 Spancf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .221 Scoreboard, Page7 M.Saunderscf 5 1 2 2 0 0 .250
NewYork 16 13 .552 5-5 W-1 9-7 7-6 Puigrf 6 1 2 3 0 2 .311 Rendon3b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .301 Romerorf 5 1 2 1 0 1 .234
Baltimore 15 13 .536 2 6-4 L-1 7-6 8-7 H.Ramirezss 6 0 1 1 0 3 .256 Werthrf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .295 Cano2b 5 1 2 2 0 1 .288
Boston 15 16 .484 2 12 6-4 W-2 8-10 7-6 Ad.Gonzalezlb 4 0 0 0 1 0 .302 SouzaJr. rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .125 Hartdh 5 0 0 0 0 0 .213
RAYS 14 17 .452 3 21/2 4-6 L-1 7-7 7-10 Kempcf 5 1 3 0 0 1 .227 LaRocheb 2 1 2 1 1 0 .323 CUBS 3, CARDINALSO Smaklb 5 1 1 1 0 .23
Toronto 13 17 .433 3 2 3 2-B L-2 5-7 -10 Ethierf 5 0 0 0 0 3 .230 T.Moore b 1 0 0 0 0 1 .214 Hrok da 0 0 0 0 u lles 2 1 0 1 .
Central Division League p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Desmondss 3 0 1 0 1 0 .233 Aamsenteib 0 3 0 0 0 t 0 R B .1B A
W L Pt GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Uribe3b 4 2 2 1 1 1 .333 Espinosa2b 4 0 0 0 3 .273 Car 4 0 0 0 0 1 .256 Zuninoc 2 1 0 1 2 128
Detroit 16 9 .640 7-3 W-1 9-5 7- ol 17 McLouthf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .0 rigchkph I 0 0 0 0 1 C 2 0 .169
Los~ngeles 14 1050 3 1 8- amon AB RH BIBS Av12 ~src 0 0 0 C.MoliatIez 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- eo2lel70304
KansasCity 14 15 .483 4 12 4-6 L-3 85 6- Maholmp 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Lobaton c 1 0 0 0 0 1 .250 hodaep 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- Totals 35 9 9 9 5 5
Minnesota 13 15 .464 412 2 4-6 W-1 7-9 6-6 B.Wilson p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- a-Leon ph-c 2 0 0 0 0 1 .162 Houslina AB R H B0 0S Avg.4
h o u st o 1 0 2 0 3 3 3 8 6 4 -6 L 6 1 8 H o w e ll p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- R o a r k p 1 0 0 0 0 .1 0 0 N e sh e k 00 3 1 1 1 1 0 .20
NATIONALLE E Withrow p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mattheusp 0 0 2 0 0 .29 Totas 3 0 7 0 0 Seae 00 0100-
hleved o 3 17 .4350 2iB WG L6 Lr H e Aay *wc a abs 0 0 1 .2IO
hlaelp a 14 14 .5 2 2 4 W -1 5-7 d-Figginsph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .111 -W altersph 1 1 1 1 0 0 .214 lcf 0 0 0 0 0 Cartr o fl a m ; i r() eo1 .209
West Division 2 0 0 0 1 1 M.Dominguez3b 4 1 1 0 1 2 .235
tuh W-2 8-8 4-10 lowC.Perezyp 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Stamen p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 G.Garciat2b 2 ( Seager);
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Stir Home Away .lc-YelIc f 2 0 0 0 0 1.5 Totals 31 2 4 2 213 a-M.Ellisph-2b 2 0 1 0 0 1 .143 Krausslb 5 0 0 0 0 1 .145
Sananco 19 11 .633 -- -2 W-4 15 9-6 :Totals 44 916 9 213 Philadelphia AB R H BISBBSO Avg. 0 0 0 70 Carterh 4 2 2 2 0 0 .16g
Texas 16 13 .552 112 5-5 W-1 9-7 7-6 Miami AB R H BI BBSO Avg. GwynnJr.c 4 1 2 0 1 0 .270 b-Grichukph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .167 Presleyrf 4 0 1 1 0 0 .230
Los Angeles 14 14 .500 3 1 6-4 L-1 6-7 1-7 RohnsonI f 5 0 1 0 0 ( .321 Rolins ss 5 2 4 0 0 0 .272 C.Martinez p 0 00 0 0 0 -- Ma.Gonzalez If 3 2 3 0 0 0 .333
Sate 3 15.6 4 2 6- W- 5 Bg Hand p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Utley 2b 3 1 0 0 2 0 .350 Chae -Villar ss 3 2 2 3 1 0 .256
Houston 10 20 .433 8 6 4-6 L-1 6-12 4-8 f-Dietrichph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .245 Howardlb 4 1 1 3 0 2 .255 Neshekp 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 8 11 7 3 5
Aatn0 8 5 5 W 3 1 C ishe k p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Byrd rf 4 0 2 2 0 2 .24aca in t 7 LO B S Seatt le 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 00 9 9 1
:itafilesfMarmolop 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- R D.Brown nrf 4 1 1 0 0 0 .243 Chicago AB R H BI BBSO Avg. Houston 002000420- 8112
W L PAt GB WCGB L10 Stir Home Away Hechavarriass 4 2 2 0 1 0 .288 Ruizc 4 0 1 1 0 0 .2 6 Bonifacio -2b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .330 e.Mina H, 1/3 32)2 1 0 17(4.61
Atlanta 17 12 .586 4-6 L-5 9-5 8-7 Stanton rf 4 1 2 0 2 1 .275 Asche3b 4 1 1 1 0 1 .221 Valbuena 2b-3b 3 0 0 0 1 1 .210 Set.BLuiles 35(a Houston IP 2H R aBSO B-
Washington 17 13 .567 ,h2 ia2 6-4 L-1 : -8 (-59), R ( Sat ( upD.Brown. Rizzo 2 b 3 1 1 1 1 0 .2f6 Ci agCinoS, 3 1 0 137.
DetoitKasasity Sa5acso2Alna 1, f Maom Mahi (1 of Maholm Ma.ttu 2 3 0 0 1 1 26.0 S.CastroRizzo). Wliams.10 0ege 06) 0ma 17) 7.oig 6.5
NewYork 15 13 .536 1 Cl2 1a2 6-4 L-2 t 8 7-5 Ozunacf 6 1 2 3 0 2 .2Bl Hollands p 0 0 0 0 0 0 S.CLos IP R R B SO NP EA Keucel pice tmobate 7 .ingez hLe
MARLINS 15 15 .00 21/2 21/2 6-4 L-1 13-5 2-1ug 3 ( H (12 U (1 PilAd a I H E B N E Wch ar L,2-3 6 5 2 2 3 6 11 Ma.Gonzalez (1). 3B- Romero (1), Carter
Philadelphia 14 14 .500 2rs 2 2ut2 6-4 W-1 5-7 -7 Je.Baker 2b 6 1 2 1 0 0 .130 c-Revere ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .284 C 0 0 a1 .76 (), Vllar-- Lon (4), offBeimel
Central Division Mathisc 3 1 1 1 1 1 .250 Bastardop 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 ae 2/3 1 1 1 0 1 7 1.4 t-, Rode, C mi ero (), aleo.
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Stir Home Away e-Saltalamacchia ph-cl 0 0 1 1 Totals 36 712 7 3 6 --Olt3b 2 0 0 0 1 1 .156 2B(16),Sauner2(6),meo(7),Canno
Milwaukee 21 10 .677 6-4 L-1 9-6 12-4 1 .306 Washington 000001 100- 2 40 N.Ramirez p 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- (1), aguer (1), Cart 2 (1), reley(6)
St. Louis 15 16 .44 6 3 3-7 L-2 7-5 C-11S-Pigui.Aam 1 0 0 0 0 21 Strop 1/3 0 0 0 0 0 5 1.38 HPboe(Fower 0),y eina (Ma
Minnesota6,Baltim 1 Philadelphia7 n (, Km (. S m 2H.Rondon p 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 Vllar 3 (12). SB-Altuve (11). CS--Fowler
Cincinnati 14 16 .467 61/2 31/2 5-5 W-1 7-7 7-9 a-Solanoph 1 0 1 0 0 0 .240 a-grounded out for Lobaton in the 7th. Arrieta 4 0 0 2 .00 o. s- e es e is
Pittsburgh 8,Toronto681/ L .A D o g er 9, ARL N S ,11 nn ng 3 ,8h s n, t n o 2, i t i h 2 I P H B y A B r et ( o at n m p r s Russe llH 1/3 0 0 0 0 0 3 .50 ( ) Thid ob a v idRu eson. t4 .A -15 ,79
Deroitt 9, Kansas City 2 N.Y.Mets at Colorad, le oSloweysp 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 b-homered for Mattheus in the 7th. z t B ; iez H 2 0 0 0 2 14 position-Seattle 2 (Gillespie, Seager);
Chicago 11 17 .393 82 51/2 5-5 W-3 7-8 4-9 b-Lucas ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .364 c-grounded out for MiAdams in the 8th. Rsshte p 0 0 0 0 0 0 __ Houston 4 (M.Dominguez, Altuve 3).
TeasatLA.AnelIae W rioastta Di egItverioesp-ugitirMohenScnFedi ubeh;Tid i Reyn- l Srp ,3 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 IPSate 2.92 ostn3fr.Rn
ToaysgmeDTdy'gaes:nICappsp 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- E-Asche (3). LOB-Washington 6, Phil- Kalish f 1 0 0 0 0 0 .255 TINS 6,RIOLS1
W L Pe t GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away c-YelichMph-Af 2 0 0 0 0 1 .284 adelphia 8. 2B-LaRoche (6), Byrd (7), Totals 30 3 6 3 3 7 nersmoved up-Hart,J.Castro, Krauss,Vil-
RSa (Bardsc 01) at N..3 Yake (S San Frncsc (Bugane 2 -3) atAlatt2(.ononLe.aer,(Mtissati GATSRAE10e0Hrane;0eonAdin0onsn- Mcad0 400700.7
bathirans 3-3), 1: p. Wood- 8-2 W-4),35 p 0m. eTotals 44 7 13 7 8 7 D.Brown (4), Ruiz ( B). HR-LaRoche (5), off aullar. GIDP-Krauss. DP-Seattle 1 (Seager,
Colorado 18 13 .581 1o2 M 7-3 W-2 10-4 8-9 LosAngeles 011401000 02- 9162 A.Burnett; Walters (3),offHollands; Howard Chicago 000 002 0 1x- 3 60 Cano, Smoak).
LosAngeles 18 13 .581 1 l2 6-4 W-1 6-9 12-4 Miami 011001301 00- 7130 (6), off Roark; Asche (2), off Roark. RBIs- Seattle IP H R ERBBSO NP ERA
San Diego 13 17 .433 6 412 4-6 L-3 7-7 6-10 a-singledforJa.Turner in the4th. b-ground- LaRoche (19), Walters (3), Howard 3 (17), a-singled for G.Garcia in the 7th. b-struck Iwkma W, 1-0 62/3 6 4 4 1 3 81 5.40
Arizona 10 22 .313 10 8B2 5-5 W-2 3-15 7-7 ed out for Slowey in the 6th. c-grounded Byrd 2 (22), Ruiz (8), Asche (7). SB-Rollins out for Wacha in the 7th. LOB-St. Louis 8, Leone 0 2 2 1 1 0 15 2.13
into a elder's choice for Capps in the (5).S-Roark. Runners left in scoring po- Chicago 6. 2B-S.Castro (6), Lake (4). HR- Beimel H, 4 2/3 0 0 0 0 0 10 3.27
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE 8th. d-grounded out for Withrow in the sition-Washington 4 (Lobaton, McLouth, Lake (3), off Wacha; RiBo (6), off Choate. Medina H,6 1/3 3 2 2 1 0 17 4.61
Friday's results Friday's resu g ts th. e-walked for Mathis in the th. f-flied Rendon, Leon); Philadelphia 5 (A.Burnett, RBIs-Rizzo (16), Lake 2 (6). Runners left Rodney S, 7-811/3 0 0 0 0 2 25 3.0
Dletrive land e 3-)iag hte aSas Cit (Va- iwuee(ohe -1otCicnntC(i on Laue ,1- 100, 3S.0tadoa.3 Lo0 00ui17s.Klylb 0 0 0 0 .22 Ttas34 17,
g a ,2, 40 p .mout for Hand in the 9th. E-D.Gordon (4), Ruiz 2, Utley 2). RISP-Washington 1 for icara3 l l .2l in neHouston IP H R ERBBSO NP ERA
SetlPMuei00ttHutn M~g ..ts gee21 ajrotCrao (Udcd JaTre: 999 ah A.Rominter lss ; 0 hcg 0 0 (0as0t.09lo zir2, 3100.4
RAYS 10, N.Y.Yankees5, 14 innings Pitbrhoot5Puig (1). LOB-Los Angeles 6, Miami 13. 9; Philadelphia 3 for 12. Runners moved .Cret, Eli)Chcg3(CsloKeuchel L,2-2 6 4 4 4 3 3 91 3.96
Pittsburgh 6:orontod5 Washington 5, Philadelphia 3 Romp Rizzo 2). RISP-St Louis 0 for 6; Chicago url 2 3 4 0 0 .9
Texs(arvsh-1atLA.nges(kags t.ous(Lnn-1)t~icgo~bsHa -apw 29) 00 0 0 n 320ano 0.00 u B.rwds 3 0ir 0S 0 0 1223 TrHner/ 11311.0 luf 3 4 0 1 1 0 23 .75
Boston 7,Oakland 1 MARLINS6,L.A. Dodgers 3 0 0120 .87 Bisb 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 for 5. Runners moved up-Schierholtz. alorf 4 0 1 0 0 2 .27
ModysaeMona'gms :cshe 1 19) 0R i 04) 0f 2W1s2.5 iVgelon 2 0 0 0R 0B 1O .09 E A IJanc 4 0 1 0a 1 1 .298on 1-Hderranrr 0/ 0 0 0 0 0 120
BaltMinnesotae velanm0 Milwaukeer2,Cincinnati0 er; C.Crawford (1), off Marmol; 52.B RoarkL,f2-1 4 7 7 7 1 5 85 4.17 Catlas 4P0C1c 3 0 1.234 bFields 1 0 0 0 1 1 16 8.74
Detroito8,KansasCity2 75m SanFranciscoattuh:poff Maholm; Mathis (1), off Maholm; Mattheus 2 3 0 0 1 1 2 H 0.00 S.Castro, Ri10o). Williams 1 0 0 0 0 1 7 6.35
Houston at Deatrt,70 p1 m Tnigoornoaa Piaelhao70 .10isoHchvri).Upre-oeNtat.AYHBIBS.Ag orhs-b l00.12 KSzuic 4 00.9
Chio(t Sat chicg s atL N S m I 5offB.Wilson. RBIs-D.Gordon 2 Starmen 2 20 0 1 0 3g3.63 otas 3 B5 23 61 5 Keuchel pitched to 3 batters in the 7th. Le-
Texas 5, LLA.Angels2 Arizona 2, San Diego 0 (10), Puig 3 (21), H.Ramirez (12), Uribe (16), B p c 3 0 I l l 0 ahnas Cy A R B B 1 v 2. F orone sc o ene 1 0 e
Saturday's results Saturday's results C.Crawford 2 (8), McGehee (20), Ozuna 3 A.BurnettW,2-1 6 3 1 1 2 7 31 0 0 261 273 Tta5 6 1
N.Y.Yankees9, RAYS3 ChicagoCubs3, St.Louis0 (), Je.Baker (4), Mathis (1), Saltalamac- Hollands 1 1 1 1 0 1 13 3.75 Choate 2/3 1 1 1 0 1 7 1.64 1-0, Rodney 3-0, Cisnero 3-3, Valdes 1-1.
Boston 6, Oakland,3 Pittsburgh 1r oronto 6 chia (11). SB-D.Gordon 3 (AR ). CS-Puig MiAdams 1 0 0 0 0 2 15 6.75 Neshek 1/3 0 0 0 0 5 1.38 HBP-byRodney(Fowler),byMedina (Ma.
M innesota 6, Baltim ore 1 Philadelp hia 7,W ashingto n 2 2R e es ss ) 4 0-1M1h1l Cuoh nsBastardo 1 0 0 0 0 3 12 3.46 C h icago IP H R ER B B 1SO N P ERA 1 -ra zfo C a b elo in t e r7th .nE a (
Kansas~(2) Ciy tS nDe oK1:0pmeC bera If) 4 0 0 1 1 32 Ugglar 2b 3 0 1 0 1on18 AG rd n|z 1 1 1 .6 aha oz(). LO altch i morre6, Minneso-
Seattle, Houston Cincinnati6,Milwaukee2 left in scoring position-Los Angeles 3 Roark pitched to 2 batters in the 5th. In- 3 4 0 0 2 tro. Umpires-Home, James Hoye; First,
Cleveland 2, ChicagoWhite Sox 0 San Francisco 3,Atlanta 1 (Kemp, Puig, H.Ramirez); Miami 8 (Ozuna herited run ners-scored-Mattheu s 2-2. SchlitterW, 1-02/3 0 0 0 0 0 7 4.00 Mark Wegner; Second, John Tumpane;
St~~~~olleson ~ ~ ~~ useb 3H0, 1 1/ .20 Ha0 0 0 0 0 0 .00 t4t.005220710 S-~ns3,lrmn5.unrlf
DeritENTOA LEGU MIDWEST LEAGUE Loup pt 0t 0ooao 0at 0 0e 0, Sa Frncsc 01 100-341 KnaCiy 0 00 002 2 00 crn osto-atmoe4(cop
N ori Di v o n L.Pc t ..G BE as t r D vso nL P c t.aG Bt e knLo s A n g e le s 5 f o r 1 2 ; M ia m i 3 f o r014 R u n H o m e M a n n y G o n z a le z ; F ir s t S e a n B a r b e r ; C i tym4 2 B K i n sl e ra(4 2 ,0 6 0 ) .
Texas atLA. Angels, late Arizona at San Diego, late ners moved up-Puig, Ethier, McGehee. Second, Fieldin Culbreth;Third, Jim Reyn- StropH,3 1 0 0 0 0 0 2.2
Today'sgames Today'sgames GIDP-McGehee, Je.Baker. DP-Los An olds.2T-2:57 (Rain delay: 0:24). A-(33,4)1),.odon(12H T.ne4o Peace) TWINS 6, ORIOLES 1
Chicago White Sox (Rienzo 2-0) at Cleve- L.A. Dodgers (Undecided) at MARLINS 36 6 9 d5G5n5 HR-Bel (43,651). Inherited run ners-scored-Sch litter 1-0 Baltimore AB R H BIBBSO Avg.
landc(Kluber 2-3),1:05 p.m. (Fernandez 4-1), :10 p.m. 2:Ptsrgh BRHBI BSo Umpires-Home, Larry Vanover; First, An- Markakis rf 4 0 2 0 0 0 .310
RAYS (Bedard 0-1) at N.Y. Yankees (Sa- San Francisco (Bu 11garner 2-3) at Atlanta 2 (R Johnson, Je.Baker), (Mathis, Mathis, GIANTS 3, BRAVES 1 gel Hernandez; Second, Adrian Johnson; Machado 3b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .077
bathia 3-3),:05 pm. (A.Wood 2-4),1:35 p.m. 5 e r 2ard () R ( Runne Third Paul Nauert e T-2:43. A-37,874 .Brch 4 3 3 0 2 0.25
Oakland (Gray 4-1) at Boston (Lackey 4-2), Toronto (McGowan 1-1) at Pittsburgh LosAngeles IP H R ER BBSONP ERA Pagan cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .324 (41,072). AJones c 4 1 1 0 0 1 .261
1:35p.m. (Volquez -2),:35 p.m. Maholm 6 1 3 3 2 3102 4.70 Pencerf 4 0 0 0 0 3 .252 Clevenger c 4 0 0 0 1 .222
Toronto (McGowan 1-1) at Pittsburgh Washington (G.Gonzalez 3-1) at Philadel- B.Wilson p 0 0 01 01 Posey c 4 (Sandval,.cs TIGERS ROYALS C f r5.Fe 1 0 0 0 0 1 .25
(Volquez(t-2),1:35 p.m. phia(R.Hernandezl-1), 3:05 p.m. HowellH,7 0 0 2 0 0 3 2.31 Morse yf 3 1 1 1 0 0 .312 D er o RHunterVAnc Pearceb 4 0 0 0 0 1 .261
Baltimore (Mi.Gonzalez 1-2)at Minnesota Arizona (Miley 2-3)at San Diego (T.Ross p 0 0 0 0 0 0 BisetR.Davislf 5 1 1 0 0 1 .325 Chen p t 1 i t .1In
Westhro DiHso Bulng o (A ges 15 12 .55 4 c-nie ph066 0 0 0 0 0 .216 Sang Frncsc IP H R ERB S1PE A S yy 0 0 2 6.324 eie u n r -c rd Bah 1-0 7Pt
(P.Hughes2-1),2:10 p.m. 3-3), 4:10p.m. C.Perez BS, 1-2 1 2 1 0 2 1 32 1. Belt b 4 1 1 1 0 1 .252 Kinsler2b 4 0 2 1 0 0 .299 Schoopn2b 3 0 0 0 0 1 .227
Detroit (Verlander 3-1) at Kansas City (Var- Milwaukee45o s e 116a.429a 7%i : T.ancezc 4 0 1 0 0 1 .29 MachivH,3 1 0 0 0 0 0 .t75 D.Kelly b 0 0 0 0 0 0 .22 onaz Da T S B T25
Lo ivle(es 2 16 .2 eot(tleis 0 1 3 7 9 ames ss 1 4 1 2 1 0 13 .76 Ranoo l S,9- 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 .0 Duffys L, 1- 4 2 1 14 5 21 -2 ,1 3 ,2 )
gas2-0),2:10p.m. 4-1),4:10 p.m. Miami IP H RERBBSONP ERA Affeldtp 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mi.Cabrera lb 4 3 2 1 1 1 .22 Minnesota AB R H BIBBSO Avg.
Seattle (Maurer 0-0) at Houston (McHugh IN.Y. Mets (Gee 2-1) at Colorado (Undecid- JaTre: 6613ggg0 Mci An.Romine ss 0 0 0 0 0 0 .209 oirb 433100.4
Sauda' results Lak Cont8 Dato 6 .Hughes0 ach p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tehra Lzi2-227 4 3 30781.0 KHrea 23 1 0 0 1.212.8RDSO4,AHLTC6
2-0), 2:10 p.m. ed), 4:10 p.m. Slowey 2 3 1 1 0 1 23 5.40 Romo p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- V.Martinezdch 3 2 2 0 2 0 .326 Mauer lb 4 2 3 4 0 0 .298
Texas(Darvish 1-1) atLA. Angels(Skaggs St. Louis (Lynn 4-1) at Chicago Cubs (Ham- Capps 2 0 0 0 0 320 0. B.Crawfordss 3 0 0 0 0 1 .253 Tor.Hunterrf 4 1 1 3 1 1 .303 Plouffe3b 4 0 1 1 0 2 .275
Rcs, Lousvile Beloit5,Qua5ites Hand 0 0 0 0 0 0 He2b 3 0 0 0 0 1 .20 J.Martinez rf 0 0 0 0 0 .27 Colabellorf 4 0 1 0 0 2 .27
S odoy'orane8o nd4'sg1DavCishek 1 1 0 0 0 2 17 2.25 Vogelsong p 2 0 0 0 0 1 .0n AJacksoncf 4 0 1 0 1 1 .28 1-Herrmannpr-rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .120
Minnesota atCleveland, 7:05p.m. LaA.Dodgers atWashington, 7:05 p.m. 12 7 7 5 hin ners-scored-MaciCastellanos3b 4 0 1 3 0 1 .234 Kubelof 3 0 1 0 1 1 .287
TorontoatPhiladelphia, 7:05 p.m. San Francisco at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. :Mfor Mrinte 8t B ( P EDS 6, B R EW ER Holaday c 3 1 1 0 1 0 .260
Houston at Detroit, 7:05 p.m. Toronto at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. B.Wilson (Hechavarria). Umpires-Home, Atlanta AB R H BI BBSO Avg. B K.Suzukic 4 0 2 0 0 0 .207
Chicago White Sox at Chicago Cubs, 8:05 N.Y.Metsat MARLINS, 7:10 p.m. lassogna; First, Buck r (5), Mrr n n Heyward rf 3 1 1 0 1 0 .226 Totals 35 9 12 9 6 5
Toe oa y a u e)p.m. Qtu Citisat el it,31 p.m. Barme (1 .H a t S c(9) boff Ma zao Lucro c 44 0 0 0 .9 .ek a~ 0 1 0 1 2 B so B R IB S v.24
a .Third, ScottT-4:07.A-24,104(37,442). B.Upton cf 3 0 1 1 1 0 .217 KansasCity AB R H BIBBSO Avg. Florimon ss 4 1 1 0 0 0 .121
Texas at Colorado, S:40p.m. Chicago White Sox at Chicago Cubs, (:05 Freemanl b 3 0 1 0 1 0 .304 Aokirf 4 1 1 0 0 1 .273 Totals 3 612 6 1 8
R..hIee atRlmbus,6: 5p.m D G ,p DTk 8, BLUE JAYS r6 gh uf 4 0 1 0 0 2 .311 Infante2b 4 0 0 0 0 Baltim ore 010000000- 1 72
Seattle at Oakland, 10:05 p.m Arizona at Milwaukee, : 30 p.m 1uts 3 2 3o ur c 2 0 1 0 0 0 .266 T ota 30 6 6 140
KansasCityat SanDiego, 10:10p.m. Ceda sat uad,8p.m. ButitToleo nA.Mch DP-S Htisycf 4 0 0 0 10 2.255 Swsherlb 2 0 0 1 1 0 .211 Boso 401100x--662
TorontoI0(Reyesss 4 0 1 1 1 0 .1 6 C Johnson 3b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .235 Bratley I- 0 0 0 0 .271 -f ofor Colabello in the 7th. E- Hardy(1),
MeCberl 0011 36 Uggla 2b 3 0 1 0 1 0 .198 A.GordonlIf 3 0 1 1 1 1 .264 Mcao1.O-BlioeMneo
Bautistarf 5 2 2 1 0 0 .302 annc 4 0 0 0 0 0 .1 (.2B-Markakis (5), Hardy (4), Plouffe
Encarnacion lb 4 1 0 0 1 1 .243 Teheranp 2 0 0 0 0 0 .125 A.Escobarss 3 0 0 0 0 1 .260 .2B -Lowrie(9),Punt o (), o 1
W L PtG B W Lawrie 3b 5 HR B O ERA Faziernb 3 2 2 1 0 0 .26 A.Cabrerass 2 0 1 0 0 0 .21 H -J.Gesu e (), off Milone D.Or (
TeNnese(us 16 GU 13ND NG .55 2 resooMris 51 .3 op1433112 .1-chaer prI 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- a-Rbunp-d I 0 0 0 0 0 .172 Lore(2,DOtz(1):.oe 1)
Rasmusd 5 0 1 1 0 3.32gB.Penc 4 1 2 0 0 09 Day.r f 3 0 0 0 0 0 (8), Dozier (12), Mauer 4 (11), Plouffe (20).
StTolleson2b 3 0 0 0 1 1 .2 u Halep 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Totals 30 2 5 2 2 7 2B oston es r adeyJr).R ISP -
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE MIDWEST LEAGUE Loup p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- s3 1 5 7D tot00 1 2 0 -9 2 in scoring position-Balti more 4(Schoop,
NothDviin asen iisonRdmnp 000 ]]San Francisco 010100100- 3 41 KansasCity 000000002- 2 50 ::Clevenger, N.Cruz, Pearce); Minnesota 4
South Division LaEwood r (Piies o 111 339 LRiamn 32/ 60 845 -.oop 0 0 0 0 0 .167 Chicago 0000000 00 000 0-eri 52 Oakland 2it for 6; oson fr .GIP-en
W L Pct. GB W L Pt. GB Jenkins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- eland 01001000x- (Kubel2,Florimon, Pinto).RISP-Baltimore
Buffalo (BlueJays) 16 10 .615 Dayton(Reds) 16 12 .571 -2 Tholec 3 2 2 0 1 1 .41 a-grounded out for Teheran in the 7th. (7),SMi.Cabrera(),V.Martinez(6),AJackson for 7; Minnesota 3 for E0. GIDP-N.Cruz,
Pawtucket (Red Sox) 17 13 .567 1 South Bend (D'backs) 16 13 .552 2 Dickey p 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EiB.Crawford (2). LOBSan Francisco 2, (7), Castellanos (4), Worth (1), Hosmer 2 Pinto. DpiBaltimore 1 (Hardy, Schoop,
Rochester(Twins) 15 12 .556 1 2 an(es)Atlanta 7. 2BHeyward (6), B.Upton (4). 10,0A0o0o1102.03oCHncff Pearce); Minnesota 1 (Florimon, Dozier,
Mississippi(Braves) ~Wes 136.4i5A hi(Rociers) 16 12.5721/ 3 et 2beanon,111 0 0 01 17.2 a-ale fo.hrbr3nth3t.hl()RBsSihr1)CSFoesGeeso30 128
LehighValley (Phils) 14 14 .500 3 Great Lakes (Dodgers) 15 13 .536 1 Totals 36 6 9 5 5 5 HR- Belt(8),offTeheran; Posey (7),offTe- (1). Ais.Fisher .CRers Mauer).
Syracuse(Nationals) 13 15 .464 4 Lansing(BlueJays) 14 14 .500 2 Pittsburgh AB R H BIBBSO Avg. heran; Morse(8),offTeheran. RBIsi-Posey Tor.Hunter3(16),Castellanos3(17),Worth Baltimore IP H RERBBSO NP ERA
Scranton/W-B (Yanks) 12 15 .444 412 FortWayne (Padres) 12 16 .429 4 J.Harrison rf 5 2 2 1 0 1 .241 (14), Morse (22), Belt (14), B.Upton (6). SBI (1), B.Butler (12), A.Gordon (15). SBR. W.Chen L, 3-2 5 6 3 2 1 5 108 4.24
South Division Bowling Green (Rays) 10 17 .370 /2 N.Walker 2b 4 1 2 2 1 0 .272 Heyward (5) zier (8). HR-A Runners Davis (). SF-Kinsler, Castellanos, B.Butler. Branch 11/3 4 3 3 0 2 34 20.25
Tod CarletonSC.6,elmara5 (8,362 Runers lft i scoing psitin-Mil Cleeland2 (Cisenhllr.Ramrez, wish heriednrnnersscord-0teoe1-,oUe
W L Pe t GB LakeCounty(Indians) 20 .310 72 A.McCutchencf 4 1 1 0 1 1 .307 left in scoring position nAtlanta3 (Tehe- erse rPatton 12/3 2 0 0 0 1 17 4.50
Mr m sat C1 A W eastern Division RAvarez3b 3 1 1 1 2 0 .207 ran 2JUpton). RSP- SannFrancisco for 0; C oll 2 0 1 0 M innesota IP H R ERBBSO NP ERA
Gwinnett (Braves) 15 13 .536 3 W L Pct. GB G.Sanchez 1b 1 1 0 0 2 0 .268 Atlanta 2for 8. GIDP-J.Upton, C.Johnson. City 3 (A.Escobar, A.Gordon, Valencia). Correia W, 1-3 7 5 1 1 0 3 102 6.09
Charlotte (White Sox) 10 18 .357 8 Kane County (Cubs) 20 9 .690 J.o ep --- 0 0 0 DP- San Francisco 3 (Sandoval, B.Hicks, RISP- Detroit 4 for 13; Kansas City 1 for 5. Fien 1 1 0 0 0 0 13 2.25
eirina s 1 0 1 2 0 0 .162 Belt), (Posey, Posey, B.Hicks), (B.Crawford, Runners moved upTorHunter Valencia. Burton 1 1 0 0 0 1 16 7.4
nolko 0 Cedar Rapids (Twins) 16 12 .571 32 Morrisp 0 0 0 0 0 0 B.Hicks, Belt). Detroit IP H R ER BBSONP ERA W.Chen pitched to 1 batter in the 6th. n-
s s Burlington(Angels) 15 12 .556 4 c-Sniderph 0 0 0 0 1 0 .216 San Francisco IP H R ER BBSO NP ERA SmylyW,2-1 7 2 0 0 2 6 3 2.45 herited runners-scoredBrach 1-0, Pat-
W L Pct. GB Clinton (Mariners) 14 13 .51r 5 Melanconep 0 0 0 0 0 0 VgsongW, -1 6 5 1 1 4 6107 4.60 ChmbrlainH,5 1 0 0 0 0 1 12 397 ton 1-0. WP-Correia. Umpires-Home,
Indianapolisv(Pirates) .67 Quad Citiesh(Astros) 12 16 .42 72 S.Marte f 5 0 1 0 0 1 .262 Affeldt H,4 1 0 0 0 1 0 21 0.00 Coke 1 3 2 2 0 0 22 .39 Jeff Nelson; First, Marcus Pattllo; Sec-
Clmu(Idas 131.41 /2Wisconsin (Brewers) 12 16 .429 712 T.Sanchezc 4 0 1 0 0 1 .297 Machi H, 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0.61 KansasCity IP H R ER BBSONP ERA ond, Laz Diaz; Third, Scott Barry. T-2:51.
Louisville (Reds) 12 16 .429 7 Beloit (Athletics) 10 18 .357 9g2 Barmes ss 4 1 2 1 0 1 .176 Romo S, 9-9 1 0 0 0 0 1 13 2.03 Duffy L, 1-2 4 2 1 1 4 2 75 2.19 A-25,318B(39,021).
Toledo(Tigers) 11 18 .379 8 2 Saturday's resuvh ts Liriano p 1 0 0 0 0 0 .083 Atlanta IP HR ER BBSO NP ERA Coleman 11/3 2 2 2 1 120 6.75
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Buffalo 6, Charlotte 5 Clinton 16,Wisconsin13 a-Tabataph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .247 D.Carpenter 1 0 0 0 1 1 17 2.25 Crow 1 00 0 0 0 0.00 Oakland AB R H BIBBSO Avg.
Rochester 2, Louisville 0 Beotu--te-Mzzrp 000 Hale 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 2.03 Brooks 2 7 6 6 0 2 45 27.00 Crisp cf 4 1 1 0 0 2 .263
Syracuse 14, Toledo 3 FotanB:ot ed .Dvsb 211000.0 Affeldt pitched to 1 batter in the Bth. In- Inherited run ners-scorediK.Herrera Lowrie ss 4 0 1 1 0 1 .283
Durham1,Columbus0,11 innings Lansing 2,West Michigan 1 Totals 35 8 12 7 7 5 herited runners-scoredMachi 1-0. Urn- 2-2. IBB -off Duffy (V.Martinez), offCole- Donaldsonr3b 3 1 0 0 0 2 .273
Indianapolis 4, PawtucketS3 Kane County4, Burlington 2 Toronto 001401000- 6 90 pires-Home, Fagan;First, Porter; Second, man (V.Martinez). WP-Smyly, Duffy. U Cespedes h 3 0 0 0 1 1 .253
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TV (7), Qualls (9), Bass (10) and J.Castro,Corpo- Orlando 5 2 0 .714 425 406 ETSU3,SC-Upstate2 slan Herrera outright to Salt Lake. Selected
Sportson Soccer ran. W-Bass 1-0. L-Furbush 0-3. HRs- TampaBay 3 5 0 .375 414 458 FAU8,OldDominion7 thecontractoflNFCJ.CronfromSaltLake.
ARENA FOOTBALL MAJORLEAGUESOCCER Seattle,Zunino (4). Jacksonville 2 5 0 .286 372 368 Florida 4,Alabama 3 MINNESOTATWINS- Placed RHP Mike
7p.m. EASTERN CONFERENCE NewOrleans 1 5 0 .167 240 341 FloridaGulfCoast17,N.Kentucky5 Pelfreyonthel5-dayDL,retroactiveMay2.
ESPN2- Spokane at Los Angeles W L T Pts GF GA RANGERS 5, ANGELS 2 East Division Florida St.5-3, Minnesota 4-2 Recalled INF Danny Santana from Roches-
AUTO RACING New England 4 3 2 14 9 10 Texas 000 003 200 5 90 W L T Pct PF PA FloridaTech atTampa, ppd. ter (IL).
1 P.m. Columbus 3 1 3 12 10 7 LosAngeles 010 100 000 2 80 Cleveland 6 0 0 1.000 301 234 Georgia Southern 1, Furman 0, 11 innings NEW YORK YANKEES Selected the
FOX-NASCAR, SprintCup, Aaron's499,at SportingKansasCity 3 2 2 11 9 6 Lewis, Poreda(6),Frasor(7),Cotts(7),Ogan- Pittsburgh 4 3 0 .571 389 326 GeorgiaTech3,VirginiaTechl contractofRHPAlfredoAcevesfromScran-
Tallad Ala D.C. 3 2 2 11 10 8 do (8), Soria (9) and Arencibia; H.Santiago, Iowa 3 3 0 .500 271 288 Jacksonville St.6, Belmont 5 ton/Wilkes-Barre (IL).Designated RHP Chris
FS-USCC, Prototype Challenge/GT Day- NewYork 2 2 5 11 13 12 Jepsen(7), Maronde (7), Morin (8), Frieri (9) Philadelphia 3 4 0 .429 377 412 Lipscomb8,TennesseeTech 4 Lerouxfor assignment.
tona, Monterey Grand Prix, at Monterey, Torontoand Conger.W-Lewis 2-. L-H.Santiago Maryland 6, Notre Dame2 SEATTLE MARINERS Optioned LHP
Calif, Houston 2 4 2 8 8 13 0-5. Sv-Soria (7). HRs-Texas, Choo (3), Saturday'sresults Memphis6,UConnl Lucas Luetge to Tacoma (PCL). Activated
Calif..Philadelphia 1 3 5 8 9 11 Rios (2). Arizona 70, Jacksonville 61 NC State 9, Coastal Carolina 2 RHP Hisashi lwakuma from the 15-day DL.
5:30 pm. Montreal 1 4 3 6 7 14 Pittsburgh 65,Philadelphia 57 Northwestern St.7,IncarnateWord 4 TORONTO BLUE JAYS Placed RHP
tereyGrand Prix, at Monterey, Calif Chicago 0 1 6 6 10 11 ROCKIES 10, METS 3 Portland 61,Tampa Bay42 Radford 3, High Point 1 Brandon Morrow on the 15-day DL. Re-
tery Ean Prix, WESTERN CONFERENCE NewYork 100 002000 3 91 Iowa at San Antonio, late Tennessee5, Kentucky l called RHP Chad Jenkins from Buffalo (IL).
COLLEGE BASEBALL W L T Pts GF GA Colorado 420 10030x -10130 OrlandoatSanJose, late Wofford1,TheCitadel0,10innings NationalLeague
2p.m. Seattle 5 2 1 16 18 12 Z.Wheeler, Familia (5), C.Torres (6), Farn- Today'sgame Thomas More9-4, Bethany (WV) 2-3 CHICAGO CUBS Activated RHP Jake
ESPNU-LSUatTexasA&M FC Dallas 5 2 1 16 18 14 sworth (8) and d'Arnaud; J.De La Rosa, Spokane at Los Angeles,7 p.m. Tusculum 13, Bluefield St.3 Arrieta from the 15-day DL. Placed OF Ryan
COLLEGESOFTBALL Real Salt Lake 3 0 5 14 13 8 C.Martin (7), Belisle (8), Kahnle (9) and Rosa- UAB 12,Charlotte2 Sweeney on the 15-day DL. Recalled OF
1 p.m. Vancouver 3 2 4 13 15 12 rio.W-1J.DeLaRosa3-3. L-Z.Wheeler1-3. UT-Martin 3, SIU-Edwardsville 2 Chris Coghlan from lowa (PCL).Transferred
ESPN Florida at Arkansas Colorado 3 2 2 11 9 9 HRs-NewYork, Granderson (2).Colorado, Tennis UTSA9, MiddleTennessee4 RHP Kyuji Fujikawa to the 60-day DL. Op-
3p.m. LosAngeles 2 1 2 8 7 4 Blackmon(6). MUTUAMADRIDOPEN MIDWEST tioned LHPZacRosscuptolowa.
ESPN- Stanford at UCLA San Jose I 3 3 6 8 10 Franklin 12-6, Bluffton 5-7 CINCINNATI REDS Reinstated INF/OF
GOLF ChivasUSA 1 4 3 6 8 14 DIAMONDBACKS2, PADRES0 PuAste Mend, M plai, 0); Illinois5,MichiganSt.4 SkipSchumakerfromthe15-dayDL.Desig-
6:30a.m. Portland 0 3 5 5 9 13 Arizona 002000000-2 72 Kansas6,TexasTech4 natedOFRogerBernadinaforassignment.
PiWomen, $5.1 million (Premier) Mai(ho ,BwigGen2CLRD OKE -Rcle
m- NOTE: Tree points for victory, one point San Diego 000 000 000 0 30 ace: Clay-Outdr3, Bowling Green
onshipatLaguna National inalround, at for tie. Arroyo, Ziegler (8), A.Reed (9) and Montero; Singles Michigan 13, Northwestern 6 Michael McKenry from Colorado Springs
Singapore (same-day tape) Cashner, Stauffer (7), Thayer (9) and Rivera, lOhio St.9, owa 4 (PCL). Optioned RHP Chad Bettis to Colo-
Women St.L) Scholostic 0-2 ChadMori Betti tod Springs
1 p.m. Saturday's results Hundley. W-Arroyo 2-2. L-Cashner 2-4. First Round St. Scholastic 10-12, Minn.-Morris 0-4 radio Springs.
TGC PGA Tour, Wells Fargo Champion- New England2,Toronto FC 1 Sv-A.Reed(7). Garbine Muguruza, Spain, def. Silvia Sol- SOUTHWEST MILWAUKEE BREWERS Placed OF
ship, final round, at Charlotte, N.C. Vancouver 3, San Jose 2 er-Espinosa, Spain, 6-7 (4), 6-3, 7-6 (2). Concordia-Austin 9-11, Mary Hardin-Baylor Ryan Braun on the 15-day DL, retroactive to
3 p.m. Real Salt Lake at Chicago, late Pro hockey Christina McHale, United States, def.Lau- 8-1 April 27. Activated OF Logan Schafer from
CBS PGA Tour, Wells Fargo Champion- Los Angeles at Colorado, late P oh c eCritn caUiedStsefLu-IDallas Baptist 1, Missouri St. 1 the 15-day DL.
ren Davis, United States, 7-6 (2), 6-3. HosoBats7,Lmr3PTSUG PIAE --lceRP
ship,final round, at Charlotte, N.C. Philadelphia at Seattle FC, late NHLHPLAY FFS r son s i tes 2, def. Kaiat L r 5 T H I nT a d P
TGC LPGA, North Texas Shootout, inal D.C. United at Portland, late CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS Kanepi, Estonia,6-7(7),6-1,6-2. OkTexa A 3, 7 Stolmy Pimentel on the 15-day DL, retro-
rond t rinexsHostnatCivsUSlaeTexas A&M 3, LSU 2 active to May 2. Optioned RHP Brandon
round,atlrving,Texas HoustonatChvasUSA,late (Best-of-7;x-ifnecessary) Bojana Jovanovski, Serbia, def. Karin TexasA&M-CC8,AbileneChristian4 Cumptontolndianapolis(lL).RecalledRHP
7 p~. Tdays gmesEASTERN CONFERENCE Knapp, Italy, 6-1, 6-1.
Ne~oka F DllsTexas-Pan American 8, North Dakota 5 Jared Hughes Indianapolis. Selected the
TGC Champions Tor, Insperity Invita- NewYorkatFCDalla',3ames MtEAlRNCBFstonN1CE K gln ybtikova,Slovakia,def.An- TesPas.,roy2 rnecican8,No5 tdacuh n R Vin zz roS rt An-a
tional, final round, at The Woodlands, Texas Columbus at Sporting Kansas City, 4 p.m. Thursday: Montreal 4, Boston 3, 2T nika Beck, Germany, 6-2, 7-5. li
(same-daytape) o bWednesday'sgames Saturday:Boston5,Montreal3 SaraErrani(10),Italy,def.AndreaPetkov- Angelo St. 9, E. NeW co4 no s American Association
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Colbus at Houston, 8 p.m. Tuesday: Boston at Montreal, 7 p.m. ic, Germany, 7-5, 6-1.
1 p.m. FC Dallas at Seattle FC, 10 p.m. Thursday: Boston at Montreal, 7:30 p.m. Lara Arruabarrena, Spain, def. Tzvetana Nada 1, AiU 4 Anco
SUN/MLB- Tampa Bay at N.Y.Yankees Colorado at San Jose, 10:30 p.m. x-May 0: Montreal at Boston,TBD Pironkova, Bulgaria, 6-3, 6-4. Nevada 12, Air Force 4 Polanco.
FSL LA Ddgr a Mam atrdys amsNew Mexico 6, San Diego St. 1 LAREDO LEMURS Signed RHP Seth
FSFL L.A.Dodgers at Miami D.C. United at Phildy'sgames x-May 12: Boston at Montreal,TBD UC Davis 11, CS Northridge 0 Lintz and RHP Cesar Carrillo.
ESPN-St.Louisa8CiagoCubs SportingKansasCi at Mne a, 4 p.m. x-May .R t soD PNRUGAL rPou UC Irvine 3, UC Santa Barbara 2 SIOUXCITY EXPLORERS- Released OF
ESP --St.Lois t Cicao ubs Spotin Knsa Ciy a Mntral,4 pm.N.Y. Rangers 1, Pittsburgh 0 At Estadio National, Oeiras, Portugal:
MOTORSPORTS Chicago at New York, 7 p.m. Friday: N.Y. Rangers 3, Pittsburgh 2, OT Purse: Men, $590,000 (WT250);Women, Washington 11,Utah 1 Eliezer Mesa.
MOORPOTSVancouver at Columbus, 7:30 p.m. TOURNAMENTS Frontier League
7a.m. T y .gtFC Dallas at San Jose,10:30 $250,000(Intl.) Red River Athletic Conference NORMAL CORNBELTERS Released
FSI MotoGP World Championship, MM 11 pmMonday: Pittsburgh at N.Y. Rangers, 730 p.m. Surface:Clay-Outdoor EliminationRound OFSpencerAnderson.
GrandPrixofSpain,atJerez,Spain LosAngelesatPortland,2:30 p.m. Wednday:Pa.YRangers ,7:30ptm.rSinglesnJarvisChristianil,Wiley8,Wileyeliminated TRAVERSE CITY BEACH BUMS -
NBA BASKETBALL Chivas USA at Colorado,R3 p.r x- a: tng rs at Nt Rgerh, TBD SeMinals Sooner Athletic Conference Signed INF Kevin Taylor.
I ~.Seattle FC at New England, 6 p.m. xFirst Round HOCKEY
ABC-Playoffs,first round, game7, Brook- RealIaakeaewo spnm. x-May13: N.Y. Rangers at Pittsburgh,TBD Vic W d t1Oa a e 2 C AGyCzech Republic, def.
lyn atToronto i WESTERN CONFERENCE Victor Hanescu, Romania, 6-2, 6-2. WyadBpit1,Olhm cec ,Aeia okyLau
3:30 pm. i Chicago 1, Minnesota 0 Carlos Berlocq, Argentina, def. Daniel Gi- sretid22Caga fromVE his pressioned trou
ABC -- Playoffs, first round, game 7, Dallas Friday: Chicago 5, Minnesota 2 meno-Traver, Spain, 7m (6),6-2. contract.
NATONL WME'S OCER EAUE Today: Minnesota at Chicago, 3 p.m. WomenTr ns ci s
W L T Pits GF GA Tuesday:ChicagoatMinnesota, 9p.m. Championship
NHL HOCKEY Seattle 5 0 0 15 12 2 Friday:Chicago at Minnesota,TBD Carla Suarez Navarro (1), Spain, def. Svet- BASEBALL Boxing
3p.m. Portland 2 0 2 8 6 3 x-May11:Minnesota at Chicago,TBD lana Kuznetsova (7),Russia,6-4,3-6,6-4. American League
NBC Playoffs, conference semifinals, FCKansasCity 2 2 1 7 8 7 x-Mayl3:ChicagoatMinnesota,TBD CHICAGO WHITE SOX Placed OF FIGHTSCHEDULE
game2,MinnesotaatChicago Washington 2 3 0 6 7 9 x-May15: Minnesota at Chicago,TBD ATPBMWOPEN Adam Eaton on the 15-day DL. Recalled Wednesday
7:30p.m. SkyBlue FC 1 2 2 5 5 7 LosAngelesys.Anaheim At MTTCIphitos, Munich LHP Frank De Los Santos from Charlotte At Osaka, Japan, Amnat Ruenroeng vs. Ka-
NBCSN Playoffs, conference semifinals, Western NewYork 1 1 1 4 4 3 Saturday:LosAngelesat Anaheim, late Purse: $590,000 (WT250) (IL). Claimed OF Moises Sierra off waivers zuto loka, 12,for Ruenroeng'slBF flyweight
game2,N.YRangersatPittsburgh Chicago 1 2 0 3 1 2 Monday:LosAngelesatAnaheim, 10p.m. Surface:Clay-Outdoor from Toronto. TransferredRHPNateJones title;KatsunariTakayamavs. ShinOno, 12,
SOCCER Boston 1 3 0 3 5 9 Thursday:AnaheimatLosAngeles, 10p.m. Singles tothe60-dayDL. forTakayama'slBFstrawweighttitle.
8:25a.m. Houston 1 3 0 3 3 9 May 10:Anaheim at Los Angeles,TBD Semifinals CLEVELAND INDIANS Placed C Yan Saturday
NBCSN Premier LeagueWest Bromwich NOTE: Three points for victory, one point x-May 12: LosAngeles at Anaheim,TBD Fabio Fognini (1), Italy, def. Jan-Lennard Gomes on the paternity leave list. Desig- At La Guaira, Venezuela, Johan Perez vs.
atArsenal forte. x-May 14:AnaheimatLosAngeles, TBD Struff,Germany,6-3,6-1. nated INF Elliot Johnson for assignment. Fernando Monte de Oca, 12, for Perez's
10:55a.m x-May 16: Los Angeles at Anaheim,TBD Martin Klizan, Slovakia, def.Tommy Haas Selected the contract of C George Kottaras interim WBA World light welterweight
NBCSN Premier League, Norwich at Wednesday'sresults (2),Germany,6-3,6-2. from Columbus (IL). Recalled LHP Nick title.
Chelsea SeattleFC2,SkyBlueFC 0ECHL PLAYOFFS Hagadonefrom Columbus. At The Galen Center, Los Angeles (ESPN),
4p.m. FC KansasCity 1,Chicago0 CONFERENCESEMIFINALS IIlg a LOSANGELESANGELS- Placed3BDa- BermaneStivernevs. ChrisArreola, 12, for
NBCSN-SMLS, Columbusat KansasCity Saturday's results Friday'sresults vid Freese on the 15-day DL. Optioned OF the vacant WBC heavyweight title; Eric
Seattle FC 2,Washington I Fort Wayne2,Cincinnati 1 SATURDAY'S SCORES J.B. Shuck to Salt Lake (PCL). Recalled INF Molina vs. DaVarryl Williamson, 10, heavy-
Proebrn NewYork ,nPortland 1,tie Bakersfield 3, Stockton 2, Bakersfield leads EAST Luis Jimenez from Salt Lake. Sent RHP Yo- weights.
Pro basketball Sky Blue FC 1, Boston 0 1-0
FC Kansas City 4, Houston 0 Alaska6,Idaho4,seriestiedl-1 Bates 6-2,Tufts 5-4
INBALAYFFS ednsdays gmesBridgewater (Va.) 3-3,Wesley 2-1
COFRNCE PLAYOFASWensa'gms Saturdlay' results Csltn8 an-amntn2C A L T E C U T '
CONFERNE QARTERFINALS Chicago at Sky Blue FC, 7 p.m. Greenville 7, Wheeling 3, Greenville leads B n ter mW n 2 CH A R LO T T E CO U N T Y 'S
(Best-of-7;x-if necessary) FC Kansas City atWestern NewYork, 7 p.m. 1-0 Cincinnati 3, Army 2 U S
EASTERN CONFERENCE Saturday's games Cincinnati 5, Fort Wayne 2, series tied 1-1 Clia 4, Penn 0 :-@
Indiana 4, Atlanta 3 Seattle FC at Portland, 10 p.m. Stockton at BakersEield, late ndicott 10, Salve Regina 4
April l9: Atlanta 101, Indiana 93 May 11 Today'sgame Forcham 3, LaSalle
April 22: Indiana 101, Atlanta 85 Sky Blue FC at Western New York, 3 p.m. Greenvlle at Wheeling, 6 p.m.Dominican (NY) 9, Chestnut Hll 5
April 24: Atlanta 98, Indiana 85 Houston at Chicago,6 p.m. Farmingdale 10,Old Westbury9
April 26: Indiana 91, Atlanta 88 Washington at FC Kansas City, 7 p.m. George Mason 7, UMass 0
Monday: Atlanta 107, Indiana 97 Hofstra 10, Northeastern 8
Thursday: Indiana 95, Atlanta 88 Pro football Husson 7, Castleton 6
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... .--ot Ihrot' Miell Ahre right run .h Allmte
..... ":hurdles at the FHSAA finals Saturday.
i iihad seen earlier in the day.
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,/FROM PAGE 1 hands dried," the North
inches it was her fourth Port junior said bluntly.
consecutive top-five finish "Basically, that was really
in the discus and the it."
fourth place matched her The Bobcats also gota
finish last year. medal from long jumper
"I'm kind of disappoint- Evenson Marcial, who
ed in myself, because I placed eighth with a leap
can throw a lot better," of 21-7 1/. Marcial also
she said. "I don't know, for placed 15th in the triple
some reason, I didn't get jump. His brother Ibsen
. =.., excited. I don't understand placed ninth in the high
why. I don't know. When I jump, clearing 6-2.
woke up, I was so excited North Port's Jonathan
to go and ready, then I Osinga placed 13th in the
when I got here, I was just 200.
SUN PHOTO BY GARY MGGULLOUGH :like meh." The Port Charlotte
But her finish tied with boys had two athletes
Charlotte High School's Julia Fowlie competes in the pole vault, where she finished tied for fourth Saturday in the Class 3A state pole vaulter Julia Fowlie as just miss out on medals
track meet at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville. Charlotte's best finish of a ye ihrto it
the meet. in the 3,200 and Anthony
Fow lie sees bright side Tarpons sprinter Devin Diutpaelti
Quinn made the finals in the tripled Ip. i
both of his events, placing tetil up
eighh i the100andFreshman Kaley Boethig
r igt in eh 20.: a was the lone North Port
With eason next yer. Conditions weren't ideal in fact, when Green state nmeet.fis Iea ath girthintheet3,
Wt sesn Abruptly, Fowlie's Saturday with overcast went on talking about his "Igv tt ycah The North Port boys had
over, ice cream train of thought turned skies and occasional mist- next pole vaulting prodigy, (Charlotte coach Jerry the best showing among
elsewhere. ing rain. But last year's he referred to her hopeful- Voss), so he's probably relays, taking 10th in the
is back on menu "Well, now I don't were worse when Fowlie ly as "my next Julia."ththigsonQun 3,0reaadaan
By ROB SHORE have to worry about my won her only state title. That's high praise for qup e ." mn vrint e1 00 elyTh
SPORTS WRITER weight," she added. "So That was hard to Fo le whoma etepe d.n "I'm thnevera in hale 0 ory Tihed
JACKSONVILLE -If I a a c ra n xliadsedd' r.state meet three consec Marshall Dillon placed 16th in the 3,200 relay.
Julia Fowlie hadn't been a tie""tjs:inthpe, tv er n ruh 10th in the 800 for In the team scoring, St.
state pole vault champion It was a happy thought Fowlie said of Saturday. "I home three medals. :Charlotte. Thomas Aquinas swept
last year, she might have on a disappointing day for don't know. I can't really But Green saw big :North Port's William the boys and girls scoring
been thrilled by SaturdayIs Fowlie, who topped out explain and I cant make things from Fowlie inGlseardhifrt inheCss4me.
fourth-place finish at the at 10 feet, 6 inches, then an excuse up." her sophom ore season, F S Afnl e ap a M a i N rh et r o
Class 3A state meet. crashed at I11 feet. That left the Tarpon hinting even then that seing eighth in the Class 4A the Class 3A girls meet
Bu ha aste u; She had jumped a crestfallen. Defending her would make a big splash discus, unleashing a throw and Chiles took the Class
she was a defending state school-record I11 feet in thot il about the only "ca is aliet of 137-2 in preliminaries 3A boys meet.
champion. That tends to sideways rain last year, thuh buteol Yucnvsaieagainst a stronger rain (ontact Rob Shore at 941-206-11714 or
change expectations. dueling Pine Forest's goal that would keep her certain athletes, seeing the than what D'Alessandro
pushing. She admitted potential in them," Green
"It changes a little bit," Christina Wiggins before shdprblyealite ad."fhywokad
shesad. Yo g frm met ffcias alld he more disappointed when enough an hey lsten IPREP TRACK & FIELD SCOREBOARD
champion to not winning. event, awarding each a shhatieotinadtetcniuco s
ButI hik bot t, nd god edlabout it later. together, it turns out OK." BOYS Port (Jonathan Osinga,William Castrovince,
Sh fascn ilte Adwt e tt ilCLASS 3A STATE MEET MalikJohnson,Trequan Moreland) 3:23.20.
I co Je 2O 14 Sy o a ecod ttle th An wih hr satetite, Shot put: 1. Freddick Jones, Central, 58- Girls
W l o e 2 14senior left an impressive her place in Charlotte's 00.5. Discus: 1. Freddick Jones, Central, CLASS 3A STATE MEET
legacy at Charlotte: A history is secure. Her 186-04; 7. Jovon Edmonds, Venice, 149-10. Shot put: 1. kloydricia Cameron, North-
Sum ep ate Ap He e!!High jump: 1. Chris Rogers, Pine Forest, western, 46-08. Discus: kloydricia Camer-
school record, state title, name is one of the indi- 6-08. Long jump: 1. Tyler Byrd, Naples, 23- on, Northwestern, 160-03; 4. Jenny D'Ales-
lo 8hlsscholarship to keep pole vidual state champions 07.5. Triplejump:. Dwayne Lawson, Hills- sandro, Charlotte, 141-01. High jump: 1.
vautin attheUniersty haningon he allof heborough, 47-06.75. Talia Falco, Lakewood Ranch, 5-06. Long
i n c 1 / c a t v ul t n g t t e U i v e si t h a g i n o n t h e w al o f t h e P o le v a u lt: 1. D ev o n Je ro th e, R ive r R id g e, ju m p : 1.B e JaM Fray, La ke W e ir, 18 -11.0 0 .
8 lycpsaalbeof Central Florida. None of Wally Keller Gymnasium. 1400. 3200 relay: 1. Niceville, 7:50.56.
~~~~~~~~~that seemed to be on the "I'm happy because 1 16. Charlotte (Kharis Beneby, ChaunceTrpejm:.TaiFlcLkwo
Graham, Matt Coward, Marshall Dillon), Ranch, 38-02. Pole vault: 1. Taylor Ander-
Oc Is menu when she took up know my name's never 8:28.05. 110 hurdles: 1. Justin Cromartie, son, Mitchell, 11-06; 4. Julia Fowlie, Char-
Day Bullet' the event, ~~~~~~going to leave the gym, Chiles, 13.97; DNQ. Isaiah Noel, Charlotte,Iot,1-61.TesaKlyVnc80.
M o h p s D y B f e h v n .15.39. 3200 relay: 1. Northwestern, 9:13.10. 100
3Sotings Between 1Oanm & 2pm "' ru fh r"sesi." aetesae 100: 1. Kendal Williams, Stanton, 10.33; 8. hrls ,]mti icel 41;3 i
NMom'sl1st $17.99 +ta T" Green said. "She's come a title; and my record, it may Devin Quinn, Charlotte, 11.07. 200:l1. Ken- chelle Atherley, Port Charlotte, 14.32; DNQ.
{ ioa ~ sr~e s long way since she was a change. But as long as it's dalWilliams, Stanton, 20.96; 9. Devin Quinn, AssitaToure, Charlotte, 15.67
7, M m s n eviaulgesli'm Charlotte, 22.43. 1600: 1. Sukhi Khosla, 100: 1. Jadzia Beasley, Lincoln, 11.78.
FREE! NsrutosRrtpdfreshm an; shed walk down by som eone who believes Leon, 4:05.96. 400 relay: 1. Liberty, 41.33. 1600: 1. Emily Harding, Sarasota, 4:51.61.
the runway as a freshmann" tecadoianwok 401.efrreNrhesr,474.400 relay: 1. Northwestern 47.16. 400: 1.
o300 hurdles: 1. Brandon Cachon, Bar- JaaCaldwell, Spoto, 55.50. 300 hurdles:
1X .She has also spoiled hard, I'm OK with that." ron Collier, 37.59. 800: 1. Avery Bartlett, 1 iaiAsi-esNrad 22;3
Charlotte pole vault coach Now get that girl her ice Cie,15.710MasllDlohr-Michelle Atherley, Port Charlotte, 43.08; 9.
OP N TIHE P B I otte, 1:57.22. 3200: 1. Sukhi Khosla, Leon, Asia urC rlte4 .7
Jere y G eenforanyath cram.9:05.75. 1600 relay: 1. Northwestern, 800: 1. Emily Harding, Sarasota, 2:15.12.
lete who approaches him ontact Rob Shore at 941-206-11714 Or 3:14.71; 10.Venice, 3:22.95. 201 azaBaly icl,25.20
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Feeling Fit FGCU in the spotlight
CEO ast month, my wife and I I Basketball Championships. Fort
DerekDunn-Rankin attended a brunch at Florida Myers became "Dunk City" and
l Gulf Coast University (FGCU) FGCU made it on the map.
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President and Publisher thank you to foundation donors enrollment will exceed local. It is a
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Charlotte County's medical mission in the wake Ofad super typhoon
Editor's note.:Bob Massey took part ; iE
in a mission organized by a group I-:? .,: ,,, of Charlotte County physicians and ,... ; :
Philippines, in the wake of Super )
Typhoon Haiyan (known as Yoadalt
there). This article is the second in a ,......
series of three about the March 20-30
Hurricane Yolanda Relief- Charlotte ;
County, Fla. Medical Mission.
r'he scene on Bantayan Island
|immediately following the
.Ltyphoon was a grim one. Many ... .
who withstood the devastating wind r
did not survive the 20-foot storm surge t '-
that pum m eled the island. New York- .... ...
City was crippled by a similar surge in /
November 2012, courtesy of Hurricane
Sandy- but that surge took 24 hours
to peak. The Philippines were struck all
at once the equivalent of being hit by....
a tidal wave.
Arnold Secusana, a retired lieutenant
in the Philippine air force, was one of
the earliest aid workers on the scene.
He said that throughout the first week,
survivors wandered aimlessly across PHOTOS BY BOB MASSSEY
theand asnly detrytoye d a ae Aida Gabarda, left, and Lee Estepa interact with Filipino children after handing out toys and candy.
"There were a lot of injuries," upper respiratory ailments, problems begin healing property.
Secusana said. "Many were in such stemming from malnutrition and skin Fortunately, the Bantayan Island
trauma, they were literally unable to disorders. Holganza, a pediatrician, hospital was somewhat cleaner than We listen so you can hear.
speak. They lost everything." said there were some goiters caused the one in Cebu City, although there I orhaigdentse sgo
News reports claimed that it took by vitamin deficiency, and numerous were small lizards running loose in the I orhaigdentse sgo
nearly two weeks before any signifi- children who required cough and cold reception area. The x-ray technician as it used to be, perhaps it's time for
cant aid was delivered to the island. medication. had clocked out at 5 p.m., but had some real facts. Let's talk.
And when it was, the roads were not At the Bantayan clinic, the physicians forgotten something at the hospital, so
passable. Not only was there no heavy break out into separate stations. There he returned three hours later -- on cue We offer a complete range of
equipment to move the debris, there is also a pharmacy, where patients can to get an image of Lee's wrist. [ audiology services for our clients
was no place to move it to. pick up medications free of charge, and It was a situation that could have including the following:
Dr. Rhona Holganza's father, who a station where toys and candy are dis- been much worse. V Diagnostic Hearing Testing
owns a significant piece of land on tributed to the many children who have V' Tinnitus Evaluation & Treatment
the island and opened it up for the come from around the island. Some of V Hern Ai TO DispLensingT.V.eEars
medical teams first clinic said that children give fresh-picked flowers to the HO T H LPMaiynK. Larkin, Au. ID I/ B..aris&Sple
the 2,000 coconut palms on his prop- tea-i members at the end of the day. The Charlotte County Medical Society Doctor of Audiology VBteis&Sple
erty were completely uprooted. In the On the way to dinner that night, the is continually involved with charitable We ~artldiipainmos uance progr~wcamswi-
absence of food, water and supplies, unthinkable happened. Dr. Samuel functions, including medical missions LThe Best of Charlotte for the Past 10 Years!
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!!!! !!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!M AN 0 continues to provide
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" ATson Gedeon remembers the MANO the Multicultural
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on television would not only affect his (www.saintmarieorphanage.
life, but alter the lives of others. org) is responsible for
AIt was on that day when Gedeon, oraingmdalisos
a Haitian-born registered nurse with oraingmdclisos
to Haiti, and also founded an
Bayfront Health Port Charlotte, saw
devastating footage of the aftermath orphanage there. Donations are
of the catastrophic magnitude 7.0 always needed, and founder
earthquake that had rocked Port- Wilson Gedeon encourages
au-Prince, the capital city of his
homeland. donors to visit the orphanage.
"They showed a little girl, complete- For information on how to
ly nude, nothing to eat, surrounded doaeortarngatipo
...... ~~~~~~~by debris about 16 feet high," he said. doaeortarngatipo
the orphanage, contact Wilson
"Tears came to my eyes, and I said
to myself, 'This little girl could have Gedeon at 941-875-0394.
been me.' I asked God if there's a way
I can help those people. 'God, you've medical missions over the years. All
got to show me a way to help those told, he has returned about 20 times,
kids.'" sometimes alone in order to handle
Gedeon was determined to make paperwork or deal with financial
a trip to Haiti himself. He started issues.
soliciting doctors he knew to help After the first few trips, he said, it
him with medications. To his surprise, disturbed him that the teams were
several physicians and fellow nurses treating the orphaned children and
wanted to join him on his excursion. then releasing them back to the
He organized a fundraising dinner- camps where they had no resourc-
dance at the top of Punta Gorda's es, education or family members to
Wyvemn hotel and raised $5,000. care for them.
The first trip proved to be an With the support of the Charlotte
eye-opener for the medical team County Medical Society, the physi-
members including Gedeon. cians and nurses who have accompa-
"Conditions were horrible," Gedeon nied the missions, and the donations
said. "What you saw on TV was only from county residents, MANO was
the beginning of it." finally able to open the Saint Marie
One of the doctors described it this Orphanage.
way: "The scale of need is something "Up to the fifth or sixth trip, 95
that overwhelms you at first. To put it percent of the funding had been
in perspective, Hurricane Charley was coming from me, and I became aware
It's a beautiful thing. an inconvenience not devastation." I couldn't do it myself," Gedeon said.
Unable to land in Port-au-Prince, "So I appreciate every cent that peo-
When you need surgery, look to Bayfront Health the early tea-is had to touch down ple give. I'm very grateful for that. But
Robotics. Using robot ic-assi sted technology in the Dominican Republic, take a I much prefer they would go down to
comine wih hgh-efiitin 3 imgin alows5-hour drive to the border, and then see how their money is being spent.
comine wih hgh-efiitin 3 imgin alowscontinue a further three hours to When we started there was nothing.
surgeons to perform complex procedures with a reach the capital city. The trip and the Now we have an orphanage, which is
higerleelof reisontha tadtinalsugey.border tax ate into the funds. a tremendous accomplishment."
higer eve ofpreisin tan radtioal urgry."We adopted a camp with about He is serious about taking visitors -
And for patients, that means smaller incisions, 4,500 people," Gedeon said. "We and several donors have taken him up
started to work at 8 a.m. and didn't on his offer. Their accommodations
less pain, faster recovery times and better outcomes. finish until 10 p.m. We were not only are within the safety of the orphanage
providing medical care, we were also compound.
To learn more, visit BayfrontHealthRobotics.comn, trying to help family members find The orphanage has six guest bed-
their loved ones. We worked so hard. rooms upstairs and facilities for the
or for a free physician referralI, call 941-637-2497. We not only took care of men, women children downstairs. Gedeon also
and children at the camp, we also wants to add a medical clinic, so that
went to private individual places." children don't have to leave the safety
Fee Upcoing Seminar: RobticvsTraditional Surgey Soon the medications ran out. Tea-i of the compound for their health care
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What is robotic surgery? How is it different infectious disease specialist, had to "The ultimate goal is to take 20
than traditional surgery? Learn the pros andI use his own money to buy antibiotics children- 10 boys and 10 girls," he
cons. To register, call 941-637-2497. for the patients. said. "But due to financial strain right
"There were medications available now, the number has been reduced
Friday, May 9 1 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. but you had to buy it because it to three. I am not taking children
Boyfront Health Punto Gordo Medical Office Plozo was like the black market," Gedeon that I can't educate. If you just give
4th floor Conference Center Alvaro Bada, M.D. said. "So the people who needed the them a place to live and meals, it's
713 East Marion Avenue, Punto Gordo medicine weren't getting it. Here we not enough. Unless you school them,
had come all the way from the United they won't learn to be self-sufficient,
States to help them out, and we have productive members of society."
jto spend our own money to buy med- Now his goal is to assemble the
,, y L~'-*on"Heathications to give to their own people. members of the first team so that they
Bay ro t eathBut this is the nature of things, how can see the progress that has been
Robotic theyX condct~ buslinss don there. made.1

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fawcett Memorial Hospital nurses find niches
By RE NEE LePE RE in the right place." pae~i
FEELING FIT CORRESPONDENT While Pettit has found her plac
in cardio, Teri Saunders, a registered
ichelle Pettit knew from the nurse, has found hers in orthopedics.
beginning of her nursing ca- Originally from Canada, Saunders
reer she wanted to be involved started at Fawcett two decades ago,....
in cardiology. when all surgical patients were on
"I've always loved the heart," said the same unit. Spine and orthopedics
Pettit, a registered nurse at Fawcett would later split off into its own area. ..
Memorial Hospital, Port Charlotte. "The ortho patients are fun to work~iiiil
"When I finished nursing school, I with because they're usually not sick .. -
spent two years on the telemetry unit. they're there for elective surgery to..........
So, hen he oporunit cam to improve their quality of life," Saunders
work on a cardiovascular intensive said. "We see a lot of people who are
care unit, it sounded like a challenge." having knee surgery because they
Pettit was one of about five med- want to play with their grandchildren,
ical professionals "instrumental" to or they're having hip surgery because O
starting Fawcett Memorial Hospital's they want to be able to walk without a
cardiovascular intensive care unit walker."
(CVICU), according to Alexandria Saunders said she has a lot of job ....
French, director of marketing and pub- satisfaction because she does see aJ
lic relations. Pettit downplays her role, lot of positive life changes. Former
saying she and the other were tasked patients will come back to visit the
with "getting the policies together and staff after their surgeries without theN
acquiring the supplies." walkers they once had and tell them
The CVICU saw its first patients stories about riding their bikes.
on Sept. 6, 2013, Pettit said. While a Saunders said she thinks part of it
typical intensive care unit does treat is because of the "team" mentality of ...
cardiovascular patients, the CVICU ortho patients and their families. ..........
deals with the most serious procedures "There tends to be a lot of family........., ..
for the lungs and heart, including valve interaction and they usually have '":. ......
replacements. a family member that is a coach ,
Pettit said she is amazed at the someone who pushes them along A i
advances she's seen in cardiothoracic and gets them up and moving. We've i
treatment since she became an nurse even gotten away from them wearing, t
in 1993. 'A lot of times, people would hospital gowns because we want them j
stay in bed 5 days following a proce- up and active."J
dure; now they're out of the hospital in Saunders also said the Spine and
five days," she said. Ortho Center has a team mentality\I#4 U
Pettit said it is the interaction with in how the nurses, doctors and other COURTESY PHOT
th e p a tien ts th at giv e s h er th e m o st m e d ical p ro fe ssio n als w o rk w ith o n eMi h l e P t i ,a r g s e e n u e at F w tt e m i l H o p al n P rt C r o t w s o e of i v
satisfaction. "You'll have patients that another. "It is very family- oriented in meicllinictita "eistrental" t startgthema hospital inrtCardiovascua intnsi e uni.
think they are going to die and they how we treat and talk to each other," mdclciiin isrmna"t trigtehsia' adoaclritniecr nt
end u up n doingl,"Pe ti quiteu de s well,"ha e Pettitton s...................................................................................................................
"The first time I got a hug from a ships. We talk to each other just like "I've always loved the heart. So when the
patient's family member, I knew I was you or I would with a family member." op ruiy ca adovsua
intensive care unit, it sounded like a challenge."
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oThe Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014 Page 7
.U Daughter's leukemlia inspired
UJor MMt eOe d nurse
- [ary Prokop makes no bones O M RCNNRE
about the emotional reality of The lives and work of five very different nurses
1 her chosen profession. are featured in a documentary that will premiere
"I cry every day," she said. May 7 at the AFN Silver theater in Silver Spring,
Of course, Prokop, 4 1, knew that Md. Photographer and filmmaker Carolyn Jones
when she became a pediatric oncology created'"The American Nurse"after publishing a
nurse in 2012 at St. Mary's Medical coffee-table book on the subject two years ago.
0 Center in West Palm Beach, tears
wouldd be part of the job, Over the film's 78 minutes, viewers see Jason
LUAfter all, she has a special perspec- Short, an auto mechanic, describe how a bad
LUtive about what her patients' parents motorcycle accident taught him what it was like
0go through. to be helpless and in need of care; he is now a
"My daughter Kate was diagnosed home health nurse in Appalachia.
with leukemia at age 4 in 2008,"
Prokop said of the youngest of her and They follow Tonia Faust into her job at the
husband John's three children. Louisiana State Penitentiary: "People ask
That Prokop -who wasn't even me howlI can take care of people who have
a nurse in 2008 now works at the committed such horrific crimes "she says. "But
Lnsame facility where Kate was treated when I'm at their bedside, I'm taking care of just
for, and survived, the blood disease is another human being."
...... _why the Port St. Lucie resident believes
"everything in life happens for a reason The other nurses are a nun who runs a nursing
--even your child battling cancer." home in Wisconsin, a labor and delivery nurse
f" ~~~~~~~~~~~Until Kate's diagnosis, life had been a on okn optli atmr n
prety iylli fo Proop.former Army medic who rehabilitates wounded
A chemist by trade, the Tennessee slir nSnDeo
i Z' native met her future spouse while
z on spring break in South Florida. The
0 Ascouple have been married for 20 years. After its premiere before an invited audience,
the movie will be distributed nationwide
W hen she w as pregnant in 1997 w ith t ru ht et r n elh cr et r.T
zher first child (Emily), Prokop said, truhtetr n elhcr etr.T
LU"I stopped working in a lab because I see a trailer and a schedule of screenings, go to
LUdidn't want to be exposed to all those ww.mrcnusroetc.
0 chemicals."
Instead, she worked part-time in a -Nancy Szokan, The Washington Post
Home Depot. That led to an interest
Uin interior design and, eventually, "I another nurse had given Prokop to
::Eopened an interior design store with a give to Kate before her first treatment.
partnere" "When your child has cancer, you
>_During this period, Alexander was become so close with the nurses that
5 born in 1999 and Kate in 2003. you start thinking of them as family,"
AX "Things were great." Prokop explains.
0 0 But that would change virtually in Prokop was too busy with Kate's
0 an instant. condition to maintain the interior
"On z hrdy aeloe n design store, so the business folded in
CC01 n felt a little fatigued," Prokop recalls. 2009. "We now had a lot of debt, and I
03 "The next day, she had red dots on herhatofgrouwatodoihth
ankles, so I brought her to our pedia- rest of my life," Prokop said.
UJZ trician on Saturday." That's when she knew what she was
The pediatrician immediately recog- meant to do: "The nurses at St. Mary's
nized Kate was not well and sent the had been so comforting and inspira-
cer_ Prokops to the Martin Health System tional to me. I thought, 'What better
V emergency room. Blood tests showed way to repay them than by becoming
Z that she'd need an immediate blood one?'"
9 transfusion and further evaluation. By the end of 2010, Kate was deemed
0 "Our pediatrician told us to head cancer-free and is now considered a
straight to St. Mary's," Prokop said. long-term survivor.
By Sunday, the family had the devas- After two years of full-time classes
0 taking diagnosis. at Indian River State College, Prokop
"I didn't even know what the word passed her board exams in 2011. "1 got
'leukemia' meant," Prokop said. the news while we were taking Kate for
cr.Overwhelmed, Prokop momentarily her Make-A-Wish Foundation trip."
Uc retreated to the restroom and "sat on Prokop joined the St. Mary's staff
the floor, ready to break down." later that year as a pediatric nurse.
>W M That's when a St. Mary's oncology When the oncology position opened,
AAccD o soMo nurse joined her. "I hesitated at first because I wasn't
"She said to me: 'You have other sure if it would be healthy for me
Lnfkids, don't you?' Somehow she knew. emotionally."
UJZ Then she said, 'Here's what we're going She hasn't regretted taking the
r4 to do: You're going to call your five best job for an instant. "When I tell my
friends and tell them what's happened. patients' parents about Kate's journey
You're going to need their help and our happy ending it gives
and your other kids' lives won't stop them real hope that their child will also
because of Kate.'" survive."
As Prokop said, "It was what I Every patient Prokop treats receives

:Page 8 feelingfit.comn The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014
Englewood Community nOspita] nurses'Wcreers span decades
By RENEE LePERE take it out." ........ ...........
FEELING FIT CORRESPONDENT Giovanni said the hospital's OR.. ....
ometmesit ake a lttl bi of also performs a lot of endloscopic
omtiesittae alitl bt f procedures in which a camera is sent
" time to find your niche in nursing. through the mouth and down the
Stephanie Giovanni, director throat to visually scan internal organs.
of surgical services at Englewood Giovanni said one such scope has an
Community Hospital (ECH), admits ultra sound probe attached where the
she had a rough go, initially, as a physician can view the pancreas and
student more than 30 years ago. liver and any possible tumors. .....
"If they cried, I cried," Giovanni, a "If we do, we can send a person to!
registered nurse, said. "If they threw Tampa," Giovanni said. "In the case of
up, I threw up. It was awful. It was the pancreas, the patient can have half
when I got to the OR (operating room) of it removed before they even begin to
I realized it was perfect for me. The show symptoms of pancreatic cancer."
patients were asleep, and they weren't The emergency room is another
in pain. It was an area very heavy area of the hospital that has seen
on anatomy and physiology and it dramatic changes in its ability to
was very technical. So for me, it was treat patients. There has been one t ..
perfect." consistent factor, though, according to ...
So perfect, in fact, Giovanni's first Vickie Koppelmann, ECH emergency ..
job was as an registered nurse at room director. You never know what's
University of North Carolina Chapel walking in the door. ....
Hill's hospital. She brought those skills "I've delivered babies. I've seen ...
to ECH about 18 months ago, before amputations from car accidents,"
becoming the director of surgical Koppelmann said. ....
services about 6 months ago. Koppelmann started her career as ',
Her duties now include scheduling an registered nurse in Indiana in 1994,
and staffing the OR and recovery where she worked in a more rural area.
room, and managing an outpatient Prior to working at ECH starting in
clinic where outpatients receive either January, she spent several years at St.
blood transfusions or daily antibiotic Petersburg General Hospital where she
I.V treatments often the patients treated patients with injuries ranging Z q
are fighting cancer and their weakened from a gun shot wound to "incidents" ... .,-,,,
immune system needs the drugs to An aetcntl o bu -a ',H., .. ,
help them fight possible infections. young child lodging an item such as a .:,,,,,.,, 5'
Giovanni also manages an area crayon in their nose or ear. COURTESY PHOTO
known as "specials" where nurses "I always wanted to do the ER," Vicki Koppelmann, director of the emergency room at Englewood Community Hospital, began
assist radiologists with monitoring Koppelman. "My brother was a para- her nursing career in 1994. Working in the ER allows her to help patients in their time of need.
tredatens suc spienlts. uegIn meiad alwy around. Intructo, yo ..................................................................................................................................................................................
"The biggest thing that has changed have to have knowledge in all areas of brother was a paramedic and a paramedic
in the OR since I started is tech- medicine."intu orsoIwsa ay ao nd(m gec
niques," Giovanni said. "For example, Koppelman said she loves the ERintu orsoIw sa ay aond em gnc
when I started, if you needed your because she loves being able to help medicine). In the ER, you have to have knowledge in
gall bladder out, the surgeon would patients in their time of need.
have to make a giant, 8-inch cut to get "1 love just being able to help pa- all areas of medicine."
to the gall bladder. Now, we do a few tients when they're at their worst," she Vicki Kppelmann, RN
punctures and w e can use a scope to said. "That's w hen you're at your best. ..................................................................................................................................................................................
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Bayfront Health Punta Gorda nurses devote careers to patients
atherine Abounader planned on
earning a law degree, studying ....
.. to become a paralegal. That all ... .
changed when her mother also a
registered nurse was diagnosed ]
with breast cancer.
"I spent time with her in the hospi-
tland around the nurses," she said.
"Isaw what she did for people."
Abounader, a registered nurse
on Bayfront Health Punta Gorda's
telemetry unit, said today's nurses ... ..... ... .....
face challenges as they care for a....
sicker patient population with more
complex medical histories and ...
conditions. ..
"People are living longer and there.....
is a lot more management of med-.. .
ications and conditions," she said,.....-C
noting her favorite patient popula- .....
tion is the senior citizens.
"They have the best stories.
They've lived through hard times and
have seen everything. They always
appreciate the care they receive,"...........
Abounader said. "The patients are
the reason I am a nurse."
Also a clinical leader on her unit,
she has been a nurse for 6 years, andA
with Bayfront for 2. ,
"Catherine is a true leader," said PHOTO BY KARIN LkLS
Pfier. "Hore's asitn hie-fa-k singe From left are Catherine Abounader, a registered nurse and clinical coordinator on Bayfront Health Punta Gorda's telemetry unit, Perry Horne, assis-
soffice "Ses onotffa-nd atents tant chief nursing officer, and Emily Virtudazo, an emergency department registered nurse.
You'll find her rounding on patients Saudi Arabia, where she attended "My sister is a nurse and I wanted States, to Florida by way of Kansas
most of the time." nursing school and eventually took a to be like her," said Virtudazo, a na- and Texas.
Emily Virtudazo career began in job at a trauma center. tive of the Philippines. "I love taking Now a registered nurse in Bayfront
care of my patients." Punta Gorda's emergency depart-
on eHHer experience in Saudi Arabia was ment, has been with the hospital for
vastly different than in the United a year and three months. She first
M cD o n f States, she said. came to the hospital accompanying
"We went from home to the hos- her husband, who was there for a job
1_. a[ 1 gr rrn L lopital, and from the hospital home. interview. She happened to walk into
You really couldn't get out anywhere the human resources department
D e n a-olv- we weren't allowed to drive," and found the hospital was inter-
C Virtudazo said. viewing for emergency nurses. Horne
Hospital wards and emergency and the ER's clinical coordinator
room bays were segregated male interviewed Virtudazo that day.
nurses and doctors cared for men, "Emily has that 'it' factor," Horne
MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY and female nurses and physicians for said. Virtudazo's dedication to her
women. patients and coworkers is outstand-
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Bayfront Port Charlotte nurses follow calling
By KARIN LILLIS patient safety and following the right
FEELING Frr EDrrOR protocol whether things are going
well or not going well." Next stop,
A t 19, Marcy Corridino never she said, is the neonatal intensive care
expected to deliver a baby but unit.
he knew immediately afterward Corridino joined Bayfront Port
her life's calling was nursing. Charlotte as a licensed practical nurse
"I was staying over at a friend's in 2007. She earned her associates
house she was pregnant and I just degree in nursing in 2010, becoming
had my son. She was helping me learn a registered nurse. Two years later,
about first-time parenthood. Her hus- she earned a bachelor of science in
band worked out of town. She had two nursing.
small kids and one on the way so For Marsha Orr, the decision to
we helped each other," said Corridino, become a nurse was also clear-cut.
a registered nurse who works the "My mom had an accident and I
night shift on Bayfront Health Port didn't like the care she received," Orr
Charlotte's labor and delivery unit. She said. "I turned my world around and
is also a clinical instructor for the nurs- became a nurse in 1974."
ing program at Edison State College. Orr, who works in the same-day
"One night, she called me from an- surgery unit at Bayfront Health Port
other room. She said she wasn't feeling Charlotte, recently won the employee
quite right. It turned out she was in of the year award. She has been with
labor, and planned to have the baby Bayfront since 1987 and seen many
at home. We called the midwife and changes at the hospital.
found out she couldn't come she Among her many accomplishments
was delivering a baby in Tallahassee was starting the hospital's epidural
and we were in Bradenton." pain management program with a PHOTO PROVIDED BY EDISON STATE COLLEGE
Corridino tried all of the back-up local physician. Orr has also worked as In this May 11, 2011 file photo, Edison State College Charlotte Campus President's Award winner
resources and no one could come a flight nurse, watching over patients Marcy Corridino, left, shares a smile alongside fellow registered nursing graduates Nancy Burton
through. on private medical flights from Punta and fellow President's Award nominee Amber Maksymiak during the Spring Commencement Cere-
"I ended up delivering the baby," Gorda to Ontario, Canada. mony at Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center. Now a clinical instructor for Edison State
she said. "It was frightening beyond She said she is proud to be part of College, Corridino first group of students graduated last week, on May 1.
recognition but it was amazing. a cohesive team of nurses and other
That really was the foundation for my clinicians in Bayfront Port Charlotte's 0
interest in women's health." surgery division. Together, they work
Although she initially wanted to be like a well-oiled machine to provide
a nurse midwife, Corridino found she the best patient care possible.
was happiest on the mother-baby unit. Among the biggest changes Orr
"You're sharing a really intimate and has seen over her long nursing career
meaningful moment in someone's is patient length of stay. "Today, the
life. For someone to allow that is the turnaround time for so many surgeries
greatest of honors," she said. is one day. I remember when cataract
She takes pride in providing her surgery meant a 4-day stay in the
patients with education and keep- hospital," she said. ......
ing them safe. "(Marcy and Marsha) continually
"Giving birth is a beautiful and pursue excellence in their profession,"
natural process, but it's also the most said Hollie Vaughan, interim chief
dangerous thing a woman will do in nursing executive at Bayfront Port
her life," Corridino said. Charlotte. "They really go above and
"I am enormously crazy about beyond for patients and coworkers."
"Giving birth is a beautiful and natural process, but
it's also the most dangerous thing a woman will do in
her life. I am enormously crazy about patient safety."
Marcy Corrodino, RN
......................................................................... ... ... !.o. ... !.i... o..R.N. ..........................................................................
"(Marcy and Marsha) continually pursue excellence
in their profession. They really go above and beyond POTO BY KRIN LS
for patients and coworkers."
fr Pictured above are Hollie Vaughan, interim chief nursing executive at Bayfront Health Port Char-
Hollie Vaughan, RN Iotte, and Marsha Orr, a registered nurse in the hospital's same-day surgery department.
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The Sun /Sunday, May 4, 2014 Page I11
Scientists report another embryonic cloning success
By M ONTE M ORIN .......................................................................................
Los ANGoL TWE Researchers hope that
cientists have taken skin cells the cells will one day be
from a woman suffering from used to create transplant
Type I diabetes, reprogrammed
them into embryonic stem cells, and tissues that will not be
then converted those cells into insu-
lin-producing cells in mice, according rejected by the patient's
to a new study.
The announcement, which comes body because they carry
soon after another stem cell success their own DNA.
involving therapeutic cloning, was
published in the journal Nature.............................................
"This advance brings us a signifi-
cant step closer to the development who has had Type I diabetes since she
of cell replacement therapies," said was 10 years old.
senior study author Dieter Egli, a In Type I diabetes, a patient's
researcher at the NewYork Stem Cell pancreas stops producing insulin. In
Foundation. healthy individuals, that hormone
Embryonic stem cells, or pluripo- allows glucose to enter cells and be
tent cells, are cells that can reproduce used to produce energy.
endlessly and transform themselves The pancreatic cells that produce
into any type of human tissue. insulin are called beta cells, and re-
Researchers hope that the cells will searchers set out to demonstrate that
one day be used to create transplant their pluripotent cells could become
tissues that will not be rejected by beta cells.
the patient's body, because they carry After harvesting pluripotent cells
their own DNA. from the cloned embryos, they were
Egli and his colleagues used a then transplanted into mice. The mice
cloning technique known as somatic suffered from weak immune systems,
cell nuclear transfer, or SCNT -a so that their bodies would not reject
process similar to the one used to the human stem cells.
clone "Dolly" the sheep in 1996. Study authors said the human stem
The process involves removing cells gave rise to both nerve cells and
the nucleus from a human egg cell, beta cells within the mice.
replacing it with the nucleus from a While the study is encouraging, it
foreign "donor" cell, and then allow- remains unclear when similar stem
ing the egg to divide and develop cells can be implanted into humans.
for a period of days. The developing Egli said the process has yet to be
embryo will contain a mass of plurip- perfected in mice, and that he and his
otent cells, which are removed and colleagues were now working on this.
FILE PHOTO used to create a line of reproducing The problem, he said, was that when
cells. the beta cells were created, other cells
If the cloned embryo were implant- also appeared.
ed in the womb of a surrogate mother "One of the main obstacles that still
Spe ialzed H ea th ar an act scientists consider unethical hold back this field is that we cannot
Spe ia ize H alt C refor a number of reasons it could make one and only that one cell type,
fo h R st f Y u L possibly develop into a baby. without any other contaminating
r rUp until now, the stem cell field cells," Egli said. "So learning how
fo t e es o Y ur L e has relied on a very different method to better control that, and perhaps
of pluripotent cell production called eliminate that, is going to be key."
SL E EP M ED IC I NE S ERVI C ES: induced pluripotency. The process Like other researchers, Egli and
" All aspects of Sleep Medicine is viewed as being much easier than his colleagues found that eggs from
" InsmniaSCNT, because it does not involve the younger women -- age 21 to 26
Isomiacontroversial use of human egg cells, were most likely to produce usable
" Sleep Apnea/Snoring which are also difficult to obtain. embryos.
" Restless Leg Syndrome At a news conference, Egli told They also found that they had more
reporters that the SCNT process was luck cloning embryos when they
becoming increasingly refined and delayed cell division after introducing
,,W'"''""jshould be viewed as a reliable source the donor nucleus.
of plrion cel.Wil te esaces aeue
' '. "For me this is the way to go," Egli caffeine to delay cell division, a trick
said. "Thisplurip o utlsWheohr reprogrmchershe have dubd"h truse
: ~ia patient's own cells, with their own effect," Egli said he and his colleagues
. ::..: t~Igenotype, with their own DNA that had better luck using histone deacety-
<: = : c+,,:, !; :are immunologically matched to them lase inhibitors, which essentially
" '" J 'i "and no one else, essentially. I think .block the activity of certain enzymes.
this is going to become a reality." "It is entirely possible that the
| |Egli and his colleagues used donor caffeine has a beneficial effect, but
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Bradin-chip researchers look ahead to bionic age
had Bouton snapped awake at
5 a.m. He skipped coffee, threw
some Clif bars in a bag and left
his wife and children and robot at
Bouton is a research engineer, not
a doctor, and he worked with an
engineer's precision. By 7 a.m., he and
his tea-i had set everything up in the
operating room and tested it the
computer with the secret algorithm,
the uplink cable, the Wand. They were
ready to go, right on time. As they had
been told to expect, the patient was
late. So they tested the equipment
Nearly a decade of research had
brought them here: Doctors would, on
this day, insert a chip into the brain
of a man four days shy of his 23rd
birthday. The chip would connect by
wire to a port screwed into the man's
skull. A cable would link the port to a
The computer was programmed to
decode messages from the brain and
beam their instructions to strips of
electrodes strapped around the man's
forearm. The electrodes were designed
to pulse and stimulate muscle fibers,
so the muscles could pull on tendons
in his hand. F ILE P HOTO
If it all worked, a man who was
paralyzed from the chest down would When Bouton was in high school in what's called a functional magnetic The surgery couldn't progress until
think about wiggling his finger, and in Iowa, he was programming computers resonance imaging machine. Inside, the tea-i was sure it had found the
less than one-tenth of a second, his in a language that wasn't yet in most doctors showed him images of hands right spot to embed the chip. One
finger would move. college textbooks. He won an interna- moving. The machine recorded what of Rezai's colleagues, Jerry Mysiw,
They would bypass his broken spinal tional science fair with a large, boxy parts of his brain lit up when he imag- the chair of the university's physical
cord and put a computer in its place. robot that navigated its way around ined making those movements. The medicine and rehabilitation depart-
It will take weeks to see if the rooms with a rotating beam of light. Battelle and Ohio State team made the ment, explained why. "You don't want
procedure was successful enough to The robot still lives in a basement lab brain map out of those recordings. the patient to think about moving his
help usher in what Bouton calls "the at Bouton's house in the Columbus In the operating room, doctors wrist," he said, "and end up scratching
bionic age," offering hope to millions suburbs. His name is Marvin. tested the map's accuracy. They fired his nose."
of victims of strokes, muscle disorders In the brain and the spinal cord, electric pulses into the "red" areas of They finally found the spot, several
and for the man on the table Bouton has found the ultimate control the brain and then watched for reac- millimeters away from the red blotch
even broken necks. system. Several years ago, he worked tions in the patient's body to confirm area, where the shocks made the
On this day, engineers and doctors on a project called BrainGate. His job they were in the right place. (His hands patient's arms twitch.
alike just wanted the patient to survive, was "decoding" or "deciphering" brain wouldn't move, doctors explained, Soon the doctors laid gauze on the
and after that to achieve two smaller actions. Doctors would put chips in because of his broken spinal cord, but brain to protect it while they drilled a
feats to make the big one possible: for brains of people who were paralyzed a pulse in the hand-control area of the trough through the skull for the wire
the proper part of the brain to engage and have them think about moving brain should provoke a reaction at the that would run to the port.
with the chip, and for the system to something. Bouton developed algo- tops of his arms, which the patient can At 10:52, the drill whirred to life.
generate the right kind of electrical rithms to see what the patients' brain- still move.) At 10:58, Bouton started to test
impulses. waves looked like when they thought "On!" Rezai called out. equipment, again. This particular
Hospital staffers wheeled the patient about movements. "In a way," Bouton Nearby, an assistant watched lines piece a long metal device called the
into the operating room shortly after explained the day before the surgery, rise and fall on a monitor. "No re- Wand didn't work to his satisfaction.
8 a.m. Bouton asked how he'd slept. in a windowless Battelle conference sponse!" she said. He asked for its backup, produced
Well, was the answer. "You slept better room, "we're reading their minds." Rezai moved the probe. from a sterile shipping box.
than I did," Bouton said. Eventually one of those patients was "O!. At 11:02, Rezai slowly lowered the
At 8:30, an anesthesiologist put able to control an electric wheelchair "No response!" chip onto the surface of the brain.
the patient under, and then a worker with her thoughts. Again and again, there was noCHP1
shaved his head. Around 9 a.m., the Lots of researchers around the world response. CI 1
surgeon, Ali Rezai, made a small are working to restore motor function
incision and began to remove a piece to victims of spinal injuries. Some
of skull. The day before, he'd acknowl- are using stem cells in an effort to
edged all the things that could go revive the broken spine. A team at the Epr ec
wrong with the procedure a bad University of Louisville recently helped
connection between the brain chip patients briefly stand and move their
and the computer, or the very slim legs by sending electric currents intoH i xlec
chance of a post-operation infection. the spinal cord.
"But we're hopeful," he said, "and we're What no one has been able to do,Wila T.M en eJr ID, S
prepared." thus far, is allow paralyzed patients to Svn mlsi hrot onySne19
Bouton stood behind the surgical control their own limbs with their own
tea-i, next to the computers he'd thoughts.
set up hours before, wearing green Until, perhaps, now.
scrubs, a red hairnet and tennis shoes. It was just past 9:30 a.m. in the
He is the research leader for neuro- fourth-floor surgery room at the Ohio Fi-NcKNZ CNTR
technology at Battelle, a nonprofit State University Wexler Medical Center. rtO7)J-,
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Fighting for his life in isolation
St precisely the time 6-year- old
Sammy most needed his par-FT
IvJknts, they were forced to keep
their distance because his unique can-
cer treatment made him radioactive ........
Even his favorite blanket and stuffed .........
animal were off-limits, lest they, too,
become contaminated.
Two weeks ago, Sammy Nahorny
became the first patient at Comer:
Children's Hospital to undergo high-
dose radiation therapy for neuroblas- ...
toma, one of the deadliest pediatric
The treatment confined him to a
room of less than 200 square feet, lye..
lined with 450,000 pounds of bricks
that contain lead. Every inch in-
cluding the floor was covered in
paper or plastic, as well as any object
Sammy touched, such as video games
and the remote control. For five days,sik
Sammy was mostly alone, waiting for MCT PHOTC
his nrdiactylevlodrpcoe Cancer patient Sammy Nahorny, 6, reaches out as his father Chris enters the recovery room at Comer Children's Hospital at the University of
"Not being able to snuggle him Ciao pi 7 04
completely breaks my heart," said his And so this is the couple's "Hail said, "but he wouldn't have any part allowing Sammy to spend hours
mother, Erin Nahomny. "It's probably Mary." They have put their lives on of it." playing video games. Bingo is on the
the worst feeling I have experienced. hold he's in manufacturing, and The Nahornys had to do more than hospital's in-house TV network, in
He gives me these puppy dog eyes and she's a social worker because they keep their son occupied under trying which a doctor calls out the numbers.
just wants me to hold him." have run out of options. The radiation circumstances. Anyone who entered Then, staff members bring a cart
Erin and Chris Nahomny interacted therapy has been shown to have a the unit was exposed to gamma around stocked with prizes to the
with their son primarily through a 30 to 40 percent response rate for radiation emitted from Sammy's anteroom, just beyond Sammy's door.
closed-circuit TV monitoring system patients. body from his urine, saliva, even From his bed, he chose Hot Wheels
and walkie-talkies. They helped care "You can read all the statistics you perspiration. and a memory card game.
for Sammy and made brief visits, but want," his father said. "But all you For medical staff, radiation exposure The night shift, though, can be the
they could not linger or comfort him really care about is how it affects just is an ongoing occupational concern. toughest. Nurses talked to Sammy
the way they wanted. Only one parent one." So the parents must sign a contract through the intercom, but the major-
at a time was allowed in the room, MIBG, short for metaiodobenzyl- and agree to be trained and take ity of nocturnal duty was up to the
for a total of about 40 minutes a day guanidine, is a compound that can be on many caregiving duties, such as Nahomnys.
between the two of them. combined with radioactive iodine and dispensing medications and emptying "On that first night, he asked if I
When his mother or father entered delivered intravenously, where it has his catheter into a lead-lined box. could please hug him before he went
his room, she or he would don a been effective destroying neuroblas- The Nahornys both wore a gadget to sleep, and I could not say no," his
disposable gown, gloves and shoe toma cells while sparing surrounding called a dosimeter to monitor their mother said. "It's too much to expect
coverings and stand behind a large healthy tissue, said Dr. Susan Cohn, a exposure, which they dutifully logged from a 6-year-old. Yep, I broke the
lead shield, covered with yellow tape pediatric oncologist at Comer and one into a notebook every time they left. rules."
usually associated with crime scenes. of the nation's leading experts on the How meticulously they followed the Amid all the safeguards, it's easy to
Despite the hurdles, the Nahomnys disease. rules would greatly affect the health forget that at the center is a 47-pound
consider themselves "so fortunate" While the infusion process takes risks to them and others. One lapse boy who barely dents the mattress.
to be at Comer, one of about a dozen only about 90 minutes, it imposes for example, walking out of Sammy's The sign taped to his door listed
children's hospitals nationwide to a daunting burden on the family, room without first removing the paper his career aspirations as FBI agent,
offer the treatment and the only site in typically requiring a 3- to 5-day hos- booties could contaminate an firefighter or bobsledder.
Illinois. pital stay. Young patients are mostly entire hospital corridor. After four days, Sammy learned he
The family made the 10-hour trip confined to their beds, alone in their Given all the upheaval, the treat- could not yet be discharged because
from its home in Columbus, Neb., to rooms while waiting for their radioac- ment is not for everybody, Cohn said. his radiation level was still too high.
the University of Chicago because tivity to diminish. Any beloved toy that "To be eligible, a child must not just He expressed his frustration as only a
surgery, chemotherapy and a stem- accompanies them would need to be have a tumor that can take up MIBG 6-year-old can: by hurling his plastic
cell transplant have not slowed the quarantined for up to six months after but also be in the room alone safely." dinosaur at the door.
primary tumor and growth of neu- treatment or thrown away. Sammy's illness started with corn- On Good Friday, though, the
roblastoma cancer cells, which have The family decided to keep Sammy's plaints about his neck in June 2012. Nahomnys got good news. Sammy
spread to Sammy's bones and bone favorite stuffed frog at home. "We The next month, he was in the emer- could leave his room, and the fam-
marrow, physicians said. bought him another frog," his mother gency room with stomach and leg ily would be back home in time for
pains, dismissed as constipation and Easter.
ilygrowing pains. On July 30, he became The Nahornys created a founda-
For All Your Family's one of the 650 cases of neuroblasto- tion called Sammy's Superheroes
M in r ed calN e dsma diagnosed every year, usually in to increase awareness and funding
M n r M d c lN e children younger than 5. for pediatric cancers. On June 22,
The hospital and the family are Sammy is scheduled to throw out the
" Physical Exams Women's Health Allergies Arthritis Hypertension allies in making the protocol as first pitch at Wrigley Field, which has
" ECHOs IXV Therapy Impotence X-Rays Stress Test Weight Loss kid-friendly as possible. Sammy didn't him "super- excited," according to his
" Diabetes Minor Surgical Procedures Worker's Compensation have much of an appetite, but he had mother.
access to frozen pops and chocolate "We just want to ensure he has as
DAVID S. BALLESTAS, M.D., P.A. & ASSOCIATES milk. The Nahornys transferred their much quality of life as he can, for as
INTERNAL MEDICINE Netflix account to Comer's iPad, long as he can."

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Students create robotic hand for 8-year-old boy
teele Songle was born without a
. left hand but has never let that
k hold him back from the thing he
loves most playing sports.
And now, the 8-year-old from
Wilmington, Del. who plays
lacrosse and golf, swims, skis, and
bounces on his friend's trampoline
until the two of them collapse is
getting a bit of bionic help from
engineering students at the Westtown
School in Chester County, Pa.
As part of their design and engi-
neering class, using a 3-D device, the
students are making a robotic hand
with fingers that can open and close
around a lacrosse stick or ski pole.
Among other things, Steele said he
is confident the hand will improve
his trampoline -basketball game. R
"I can grip better on the tram-
poline and slam-dunk better," said
Steele, a sandy-haired charmer whoIFV-4w
maneuvered and played with the .........
device as if it were the coolest toy
on the planet, during a visit to the
600-acre campus.
"That would be fabulous," said his
mother, Ellen, associate director of MCT PHOTO
path 25arod aunage nt b atn Eight-year-old Steele Songle, left, smiles at his mother Ellen after trying on an artificial hand designed by engineering students at Westtown High
school, although she also hopes ShoArl1,21,i etCetr a
the hand will help Steele with more to develop a mechanical finger in school's lake, an improved geriatric the hand can be made in any color.
mundane activities, such as button- 2011. Soon they had developed the walker, and an emergency stove that Steele, "the Man of Steel" to his
ing his shirt and tying his shoes. Robohand and put the design on- also creates electricity for use in parents, asked for Superman's colors.
The two, along with Steele's father, line so anyone with access to a 3-D disasters. "We're going to put the Superman
David, saw the plastic hand-in-prog- printer could make fingers, hands, or Layer by layer, 3-D printers build logo on top," said Alex Nunes, 17, a
ress Friday in the school's recently arms. objects out of strands of filament that junior. "We figure after that, we're
renovated Science Center. The six While 3-D printing lets students are heated and become gooey plastic. going to have to make them for all
engineering students were eager to explore ideas and solve problems For the Robohand, fishing line and his friends."
show Steele what they had so far, as never before, said teacher Steve pins are inserted into internal holes Songle said the family had not
although there were some tense Compton, making a hand is a real in the fingers to make them move. thought about prosthetics before,
moments before the family arrived challenge. Many parts must interact During Steele's visit, the students taking the attitude that Steele would
when a needle used to thread fishing smoothly and reliably, and the design were printing another set of fingers. decide what he wanted. And since
line through the fingers, which allows has to be form-fitted to an individual With a picture on a computer, the the super-confident boy could do
the fingers to move, broke. body. printer moved back and forth, build- with one hand just about anything
The idea for a simple robotic hand "This is a real and transformative ing layer upon layer of filament into anyone else can with two includ-
was created, like many good invert- thing for a real kid, so doing it right the shape of fingers. ing making par on a hole at a regula-
tions, out of need and ingenuity. no matter how many prototypes it The device is strapped on with tion golf course with his grandfather
Richard van As, a carpenter from takes to get to finished product it's Velcro and driven by the motion of recently- there seemed to be no
South Africa who lost four fingers got to be focused and tailored and the wrist. Move the wrist up, and the need.
while sawing wood, teamed with great," Compton said. hand opens; down, and the fingers "He doesn't let it affect him in any
Ivan Owen, a mechanical special-ef- His other students are making a close. Clay McKee, 18, a senior, said wy," Songle said. "ttimes I forget
fects artist from Washington state, submarine to test water quality in the Steele ultimately will be able to about it. He's adapted."
adjust the tension of the fingers for But now that he is in first grade
k different activities. at Brandywine Springs Elementary
pop Total cost $3 and some screws. School, she said, she wanted him to
A commercially made hand can cost be fully independent.
$10,000 or more. Steele's initial reaction was low-key.
................"We're thinking of making one "The fact that all these cool kids are
specially for swimming," McKee said. making it for him" won him over, his
Although the prototype was white, mother said.
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Summer ispust around the corner
S ummer officially begins on June,,
. 21 but it comes much earlier RO
for us. The heat and humidity
can be stifling. On some days it is
so uncomfortable outside, we don't
even care to go out. For many this
leads to a sedentary lifestyle in the .........
summer months.
People would rather stay inside ..... 'l
with the air conditioner running,
doing little to nothing. Staying :
sedentary for any am ount of tim e ..... ....
makes it difficult to get active again..........
The answer to this problem is to stay ;
active all year round.....
It can be a challenge especially
for the senior population, who are ..
more vulnerable to heat exhaustion.
We, here at the Cultural Center ..
Fitness Salon, have an answer: join a
temperature -controlled fitness cen-
ter. The average temperature for a
fitness center should be maintained
between 70 and 72 degrees.
J o i n i n g a fi t n e s s c e n t e r s e r v e s t w o L.. ......................
purposes. It will keep you active,
and in good physical condition, and
it gets you out of the house, en-F
couraging you to meet new friends.
At the Fitness Salon at the Cultural
Center of Charlotte County, mem- CUTS UTRLCNE FCALTECUT
bers receive free personal training. CUTS UTRLCNE FCALTECUT
Our trainers will devise a workout Sylvia Smith works out on the treadmill at the Fitness Salon at the Cultural Center of Charlotte County.
program designed with your goals their routine. Does anything need non competitive. Most, but certainly remember to do your outdoor work
in mind. They will work with you, to be changed? Do we need to add not all, of our members are seniors. like gardening, lawn work or mow-
demonstrating how to properly use additional exercises, more weight The age range for our members is ing in the morning, late afternoon or
exercise machines, and observing or more repetitions? This is the generally 35 to 96 years. evening, when the sun is lower and
you while you perform what you personal attention every member We encourage everyone to enjoy the temperatures cooler.
have just been taught. can expect to receive at our Fitness the summer by staying healthy, Keep hydrated by drinking plenty
The training does not end there. Salon. involved and active. You will feel of fluids, all day long. This, along
We encourage each client to seek us The atmosphere here is very better emotionally and physically. with staying in shape, will lessen the
out whenever they wish to go over comfortable, non threatening and We guarantee it. As a side note, chance of heat exhaustion or stroke.
Girls called't00 fat' are more likely to become obese, study finds
By DEBORAH NETBURN told they were too fat. The study was conducted as a family member were 1.62 times more
Los ANGELES TWMES And that's regardless of what they response to those who believe shamn- likely to be obese at 19. Girls who
weighed at the beginning of the study. ing people into losing weight is an were labeled too fat by a non-family
alling a girl "too fat" may "Making people feel bad about effective way to deal with the obesity member were 1.4 times more likely to
increase her chances of being their weight can backfire," said Janet epidemic, Tomiyamna said. be obese.
obese in the future, new re- Tomiyamna, an assistant professor of To see whether simply being labeled The effect of a girl's BMI at the start
search suggests. psychology at UCLA and the study's "too fat" has an effect on a girl's of the study was removed.
In a letter published Monday in senior author. "It can be demoraliz- chances of gaining weight, Tomiyama Tomiyama said she understands
JAMA Pediatrics, researchers at the ing. And we know that when people and her colleagues used data from that people who tell loved ones they
University of California, Los Angeles feel bad, they often reach out to food the National Heart, Lung and Blood are too fat often do so with good
report that 10-year-old girls who are for comfort." Institute Growth and Health Study intentions. "I know it's hard if you
told they are too fat by people that Tomiyama studies issues surround- that followed more than 2,300 girls call your child 'too fat' she may gain
are close to them are more likely to be ing weight, dieting stress and health from the time they were 10 until they weight, but if you dont do anything,
obese at 19 than girls who were never at the DISH Lab at UCLA. were 19. are you enabling an unhealthy
When the participants were 10 lifestyle?" she said.
years old, they were asked if they had Her advice: Stay away from the
PANTHER HOLLOW been called too fat by any one of a list word "fat."
DENTAL LODGE people that included father, mother, "We don't really need to talk about
brother, sister, best girlfriend, boy you fat or not fat if we are trying to talk
like best, any other girl, any other boy, about health," she said. "Just say let's
or a teacher. go eat healthier and let's go exercise
If a girl answered yes to any of the and not even make weight part of the
Ou 1"1. kle etss1NcO labeledd" She added that weight is not nec-
Ou Nghy !! d~tis hve ve{The researchers found that girls essarily a great marker for health
25 Nycars Of combined experince mid offel, who were labeled "too fat" by a anyway.
sen ices in al!1 ph'iSc of gce~ral dcntistry.
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GolIsNo Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida breaks ground
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On April 29, Lee Memorial Health System broke ground on its new Golisano Children's Hospitall
of Southwest Florida. The original pediatric facility opened in 1994 within the health system's
lHealthPark Medical Center. The new hospital will be a 128-bed state-of-the-art facility on the
l-ealthPark campus in Fort Myers. Above, E~van Hampel on backhoe represents patients and Above, children create hand prints for a banner celebrating the hospital's 20-year anniversary iiiiiiiiiii
families --"let's move that dirt!" and breaking ground ona new facility.
Sdras~td Memorial Health Care CEO steps down
Provided by which collectively have 3 1, 000 honored by the American Nurses .
SARASOTA MEMORIAL HEALTH CARE employees and more than 150,000 Credentialing Center (Magnet
patient discharges and 4 million out- designation), U.S. News, Thomson, ::!
f ter nearly 10 years at the helm, patient visits throughout the state. Reuters and numerous other national :
-- Gwen MacKenzie is stepping "Sarasota Memorial is a very organizations for excellent care and .j
downn as president CEO of special organization with outstand- robust operational performance. / ?
Sarasota Memorial Health Care Sys- ing doctors and staff, and it's been During the past several years, :{ ..
tem next month and returning to her an honor to serve this community," MacKenzie's strong focus on growth 1
home state to assume a leadership MacKenzie said. "It will be hard to opportunities and cost-saving ..
position in the nation's largest Catho- leave so many good friends and measures helped turn around a .
lic and nonprofit health system. colleagues. I've had the privilege of financial loss into a positive margin.
MacKenzie will remain at Sarasota working with a phenomenal team. The organization's positive financial
Meoilthrough the month of May. I'm proud of all we have accom- results paved the way for bond-rating
On June 1, she will assume a national plished these past 9 years and I know upgrades and its $250 million cam-
leadership role with Ascension that SMH is on a path to continued pus improvement project.
Health, the nation's largest Catholic success." MacKenzie also led the organiza-
and nonprofit health system, with The Sarasota County Public tion through a period of growth and
executive oversight of the organiza- Hospital Board, announced improved access to care, opening
tion's Michigan Ministries. MacKenzie's has appointed Sarasota seven outpatient centers in the
In her new role as Senior Vice Memorial's chief operating officer past nine years, including Sarasota
President, Ascension Health/ David Verinder as interim CEO, effec- Memorial's freestanding Emergency Gwen MacKenzie
Michigan Market Leader, MacKenzie tive June 1. Verinder joined Sarasota Room and Health Care Center in the
will be responsible for the admin- Memorial in 2006 as chief financial medically underserved community of "We and the Sarasota community
istrative direction, strategic posi- officer and has served as COO since North Port. will miss a wonderful leader and
tioning and operations of Ascension 2010. Throughout her tenure, MacKenzie friend," Malone said. "She has made
Health's five health systems in Since joining Sarasota Memorial also has been a steadfast advocate, a tremendous impact that reaches
Michigan Borgess Health, Genesys in 2005, MacKenzie has successfully serving on committees and boards far beyond the walls of Sarasota
Health System, St. John Providence implemented numerous patient care locally and at the state and national Memorial and positions us well for
Health System, St. Joseph Health and operational improvements. Tthe level, to advance high-quality health the future. We wish her all the best
System and St. Mary's of Michigan organization has been repeatedly care. and much success in her new role."
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Researchers finding wdys to erdSe UDhdppy memories
By WILLIAM HAGEMAN recollection of an event is still not a panda. 'A couple days later, I ask,
CHICAGo TRIBUNE fully understood, though we're discov- 'What was the animal we talked A.,
ering some surprising things. about?'You say, 'A panda bear.' I say,
W 11 h ve things we'd like to "We clont remember everything, 'Actually it was a grizzly bear.' A cou-
oargeta- being the victim of only bits and pieces," said Jason ple of days later I ask again, and it will
a crime, a bad relationship, Chan, an assistant professor of psy- be more difficult for you to remember
an embarrassing faux pas. What if we chology at Iowa State University. "We the panda bear. The grizzly bear has
could erase those bad memories? Or take these pieces (when we recall a updated the memory."
at least take the edge off them? memory) and reconstruct a story that There are other methods of altering
Over the last 10 or 15 years, re- makes sense to us. But it might not be memories. Certain drugs, protein
searchers have gotten a better under- correct." inhibitors, have been shown to make
standing of how memories are formed Those memories can also be memories more malleable. Electric
and recalled. altered. Writing on the Scientific shocks to the brain can also erase
Dr. Susannah Tye, an assistant American Blog Network earlier this certain memories, and Massachusetts
professor in the departments of psy- year, neuroscientist R. Douglas Fields Institute of Technology researchers
chiatry and psychology at the Mayo explained that when a specific memo- have found a gene that can help with _7
Clinic in Rochester, Minn., said that ry is recalled, it is vulnerable to being memory extinction. Even alcohol can
bad memories affect people on two altered or even extinguished for a do the job. Chan said that alcohol A.
levels. There's the recollection of the certain period of time. affects the memory formation mecha- L1
traumatic event, as well as a physical Chan is doing research along those nism. Research continues in all these
aspect a person's heart may race or lines. His team's studies, published areas. FILE PHOTO
they may get depressed or withdrawn recently in the Proceedings of the Another possible way to edit memo-
- that can be debilitating. National Academy of Sciences, found ries doesn't involve professional assis- injury and for the last two years of her
"These memories, when they're that if a memory is reactivated by tance, drugs or medical intervention. life was a different person. Because he
traumatic, they've been stored effec- being recalled a process called Mike Byster is the author of "The didn't want to remember her that way,
tively because they're very import- reconsoliclation it becomes suscep- Power of Forgetting: Six Essential he focused instead on happy times.
ant," she said. tible to being changed. Skills to Clear Out Brain Clutter and "I took two or three happy mem-
Science hasn't found a delete button "We found you can make it harder Become the Sharpest, Smartest You" ories, and made myself remember
you can hit to eliminate certain mem- for people to remember a previous (Harmony Books). Part of his theory them vividly, with as much detail as I
ories, though researchers are looking. event if they recall it, and right after involves forgetting the unnecessary could recall," he said. "I tell people to
In the meantime, Tye suggests, "a that you give them information that's and retaining what's needed. He do this, make the memories as vivid
psychologist or psychiatrist with different from the original memory," explains that in the book. But he also as possible. Now and then my mom
expertise in trauma can help facilitate he said. "(It) makes it more difficult." suggests ways to have some control pops into my head, and it's the fun
what the individual can do." As an example, he suggested a over major memories. things, the good memories, that are
The very process behind the conversation in which he talks about His mother, he said, suffered a brain so vivid."
supplies a lot of information. It's the can help stroke victims regain the use "We're in," Bouton said.
CHIP middle manager of movement. For of parts of their bodies that have gone The cable hooked to the port and
example: Drum your fingers right now. dark. to the computer. A Battelle engineer
FROM PAGE 12 Which finger strikes first your index The goal for this patient, presuming clicked open a program. The first
or your pinkie? Odds are you do it the the surgery goes well and the chip results were spotty. The team removed
At 11:05, Bouton tested the backup same way every time, and that's your in his brain is sending clear signals, the cable, wiped some fluid off the
Wand. spinal cord calling out the sequence. is to engineer one movement from port, screwed the cable back in, and
At 11:07, Bouton, still in his scrubs Once the algorithm filled in that his brain to his hand. Just one. The tried again.
and his hairnet, leaned over and information, the team needed to send Battelle tea-in has already made the More than a dozen doctors and
whispered. the complete commands to a patient's patient's hand move by, essentially, scientists crowded around the screen
"I feel like an expecting father," he limbs. They built a "sleeve" eight playing recordings of other people's at 12:09. The engineer refreshed the
said. thin, film-like, copper-colored ten- thoughts through the sleeve. Now the screen. Bouton beamed at the results.
The chip is four millimeters wide, drils that wrap around the arm like question is, will his thoughts make it "This looks fantastic," he said.
studded with 96 blade-like electrodes. a gauntlet, with 20 electrode dots on all the way through? The doctors prepared to close the
For three years, Bouton and his tea-in each strip. For the sleeve to work, the At 11:25, the surgeons finished skull.
decoded the thoughts that similar team needed to know exactly which screwing the port into the patient's The patient lay motionless under a
chips beamed out of other paralyzed muscle fibers to command, so they skull. At 11:44, Rezai placed the chip blue sheet, wrapped in yellow egg-
patients. They spent three more mapped which fibers were required to on the brain surface. He called for the crate cushioning. The soft, pink soles
years figuring out how to engineer trigger about 20 different hand, wrist Wand. Another surgeon lowered it into of his feet poked out.
movements to correspond to those and finger movements. The tea-in calls the cavity, held by clamps. It stopped Sometime in late May, Bouton and
thoughts, by sending commands to the finished system everything just above the chip. his tea-in will plug the patient into its
nerves. from the decoding to the sleeve the Bouton picked up a small controller computer again. A few weeks later, if
It was harder than just picking out Neurobridge. that looked like a "Jeopardy!" buzzer. all goes well, the sleeve will go on his
commands from the brain and send- Someday, if it works, that technol- At 11:53, Rezai counted: "One, two, arm. They will all watch for that one
ing them along to the nervous system. ogy could help not only paralyzed three, go!" Bouton tapped a small movement.
The tea-in had to design a special people but also other people with button with his thumb. The Wand The Post will revisit the patient in the
algorithm to fill in for the spinal cord. limited motor function. The doctors puffed air at the chip. The chip stuck coming weeks to see if the procedure
The spinal cord isnt just a conduit; it are particularly optimistic that they to the brain surface, like velcro. succeeded.
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A birthday on the calendar doesn't have to be a budget buster.
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corporate America. THE WASHINGTON POST
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fast-food giant unveiled a new lookfor The character's new duds were concentrated on being the ever-so-
the redheaded clown. designed by Ann Hould-Ward, who white face of Ronald McDonald House
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and Wheres Waldlo-esque sleeves. In and won a third for dreaming up the Later in 2014, McDonald's will send
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Always had a soft spot for Reddy Kilowatt of Nipper items and they range from $5 to when it comes to logos. Gas stations gave
the logo character used by some of the $5,000. One very familiar icon is Smokey the us the Mobil flying horse and the Sinclair
electric utilities back when I was a much bear. His stuff doesn't seem to have much dinosaur, both of which are collectible. Esso
younger man. value, but a very early Smokey would be had its tiger and there isn't much more that
About 20 or so years ago I met a retiree collectible and would make a great display. I found. Ipana toothpaste had Bucky Beaver
from a Georgia utility that used Reddy. Kellogg's Snap, Crackle and Pop were a big and I couldn't find one collectible on eBay.
I was a ble to get a bunch of items with hit in their day and there is a wide variety of States have their animal logos, but very few
that logo and was surprised at how well SCIP items. Some of the nicest are the hand seem to draw collector interest. Universities PHOTO PROVIDED
they did on eBay. However, the demand puppets and the mugs. At this point I was have many mascots and some date back a RedKioat
for Reddy has waned and many items fighting to come up with more and most are hundred years or more and for alumni these RedKioat
are now going for under $5. For logo too modern like Ronald McDonald, Pillsbury images are very sought after. scaring animals in the zoo.The elephant
collectors this means they can pick up Dough Boy and the Michelin Man. A some- I finally found two logos that do draw was labeled'"The Republican Vote"and from
some really nice pieces on the cheap. what older logo is the Bobs Big Boy figure big-time interest- the GOP's elephant and that time on the Republicans have had the
As I thought about collecting corporate that topped many of that chain's restaurants. the Democrat's donkey. Both logos were elephant symbol.
logos, I tried to make a list of those that are Today baseball mascots like the Philly promoted by political cartoonist Thomas
well known and I ended up with less than 20. Phanatic are very collectible as are player Nast. Andrew Jackson had turned a deroga- HAVE A QU ESTION ?
Second on my list is Speedy Alka-Seltzer. A bobble-heads. There are also many Playboy tory jackass comment from an opponent into Hr ae a encletn o vr3 er n
few of his items bring $50 or more, but he's bunny collectors and many people collect his political symbol and Nast popularized the HerbFay his ff Ifollaeqtins or omenteasan
still too new to be really collectible. Of course, new characters like Chuck-E-Cheese. image. pes rt ohma ruk4@ mi~o n
as a phonograph collector I cant leave out The movies gave us the MGM lion and the In 1874 Nast had a cartoon in Harper's please wte0 him at ciyurejnk4gl.c~n
Nipper, the RCA dog.There are hundreds Columbia torch la*y and not much more Weekly showing a donkey dressed as a lion, pes elhmwa iyyur n
Iflalso get the added bonus
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Natalie Merchant 1 By TJ KOONTZ waterproof jackets, like oftecuryhahs
" Bean's Pathfinder jackets, suffered through drought
ere are the new known for her emotional the newspaper and until that offer durability and a is eagerly awaiting the
major releases for ballads. 1989. Natalie herself didn't three-layer TEK shell. downpours of late spring%
H May 6. She returns this week have a television or read A big, sturdy umbrella and summer. We offer
First is a new release by with a new album I am newspapers and her songs can sometimes suffice, a few winning styles to
Sarah McLachlan called sure will tug on our heart deal with social issues ? but if you live in an area keep you dry from your MTPOO
Shine On. strings. Shine On is her She states "I grew up of the country where toes to the top of that MTPOO
Sarah Ann McLachlan eighth studio release and in a house where no one heavy downpours are the perfect head of hair. The L.L.Bean Pathfinder Shell
was born on Jan. 28, 1968, is inspired by her father's watched the news on norm, an investment in a And yes, men we are ($169, is water-
in Halifax, Nova Scotia, passing and the effect it television or read the pa- quality raincoat is essen- talking to you, too. We proof and features a three-
Canada. By the time she has had on her life. No per. I've been discovering tial, says Bridgette Raes, know you care. layer ripstop with a wicking
was in high school she more sad pictures. I will these things as I get older, president of the Bridgette L.L.Bean Pathfinder inner layer to keep the wearer
was the lead singer of a send money. and the news affects me Raes Style Group and Shell ($169, dry, and an adjustable hood
local rock band. After a Next we have a new more than it ever has m).ro "tl R:Ti aeprotrely for a custom fit.
record executive saw her self-titled release by before"Wow, no TV during Drsngtho oy You T ier prips o f, e t re la y c m ay-a a ,a
perfonract butine her ts Natalie e Merchant the "Manu80s, NoMV./ Have to Create the Body wicking inner layer to just over 13 ounces. A
a cntrctbu he paent Ntale Ane erhan No"Manu P.", o MV.You Want" (www.bridget keep the wearer dry, and quick-adjust hood and
insisted on her complet- was born Oct. 26, 1963, No "Diff'rent Strokes", an adjustable hood for a pockets that won't inter-
ing high school and at in Jamestown, N.Y., huh, Whatcha talkin' 'bout "It's important to have custom fit. fere with your pack make
least one year of college. both this week's artists Willis? How does anyone one raincoat tailored for Pour Osity Jacket this perfect for hikers and
The record producer have continued to use live without television in your lifestyle," Raes says. ($200, Columbia.corn). climbers.
knew she was worth their real, given names, the modern era. Aim to find one stylish This jacket, from one REI Rainwall
waiting for. After she maybe I should run some I bet we can all guess coat for evenings out of the leaders in "dry" Toddler's Rain Jacket
finished her schooling, she kind of poll of how many what I was doing during on the town. "Look to technology, features an ($49.50, Let's
moved to Vancouver and artists keep their birth the'8Os. Watching TV! Burberry (www.burberry. Omni-Dry breathable not forget the little ones.
by 1988 completed her names and compare with Thanks for letting me get corn) if you want to waterproof seam sealed, REI offers sturdy water-
debut album with more the others that change that off my chest. Now invest, as this is the gold, and is guaranteed to proof, windproof jackets
to follow. In 1997, she them to something cool back to Natalie Merchant standard of trench coats.' stretch with you as you for active kids. Elastic
had her most successful like Buster Poindexter or again. This CID is her sixth The label Mackage move. If you're wearing cuffs and stormflaps seal
release to date calIled Ringo Starr. Both not real studio release and her first offers dressier coats for a helmet no problem. out the elements.
Surfacing. I feel everyone names, just stage names. with all original songs in the professional, she says, Bikers can depend on dl.e.t.a.i.l.s Hooded
knows her one song called Now back to Natalie 13 years. Natalie, get a TV, adding that she's a fan of this hood to be helmet Anorak Rain Jacket ($80,
"Angel"from this album Merchant. By the time you can afford it. L.L.Bean for athletes and compatible. Naturally, it's This water-re-
because it has been used she was 17 she was the Other major releases those who prefer jeans to all waterproof, from the sistant coat, which comes
by the ASPCA to help stop lead singer of the band this week are from Gregg dress slacks. tails to the hood. in an array of colors, is
animal cruelty. You know, 10,000 Maniacs. The band Allman, Black Stone REI, which focuses on L.L.Bean Relay Full lined to keep you warm,
show us awful photos and recorded seven studio Cherry, Ben & Ellen Harper, athletic wear, also offers a Zip Jacket ($109, Ilbean. as well as dry on those
make us cry so we send albums and enjoyed some Santana, Hunter Hayes & wide selection of jackets corn). This men's jacket chilly spring days.
money. success. She left the band Now 50. that will keep you looking offers waterproof and REI Kyoto Jacket
This album earned her for a solo career in 1993. Independent releases warm and fashionable. windproof panels over ($149, This
two Grammy awards and Her debut release called are from Epica, Liam Finn, Laura Hauser. product areathable knit fabric, trnch rain jacket is cu t

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C inco dle Mayo, May 5, is a 2 tablespoons butter simmer about 15 minutes or till 12 cup water 1/ teaspoon sugar
day of parades, Mariachi I egg tender. Serves 4. 1 2-ounce jar pimento strips 1/ teaspoon dried thyme
ba nds, da nci ng, pa rties I cup sugar Cooked white rice for 4 1/ teaspoon dried rosemary
and food celebrated in mostly 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg FRIED PORK CHUNKS In deep frying pan add 2 1 tablespoon canola oil
the southwestern United States 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon 1-2 12 pound fresh pork loin tablespoons olive oil, arrange 4 flour tortillas, 10 inches
due to the Mexican Army's victo- 1 12 cups all-purpose flour 12 garlic cloves, peeled and the potatoes in a layer. Layer fish 2 medium tart apples, sliced
ry over French forces at the Bat- Cooking oil crushed over the potatoes. In separate I 8-ounce round Brie cheese,
tle of Puebla in 1862. Mexican Peel calabaza, cut into chunks 12 large onion chopped bowl mix Sofrito, wine and water. rind removed and quartered
forces were not expected to win, and boil in a large pot of water 12 cup sour orange juice (or Pour over fish and potatoes. In small skillet over medium
as they were drastically outnum- till very tender. Drain off water, 1/4 orange juice and 1/4 cup lime Cover and cook for about 20 heat cook onions, vinegar, sugar,
bered. They won the battle, but mash calabaza and drain again. juice) minutes on medium low till pota- thyme and rosemary in oil for 10
unfortunately, lost the war. Mix calabaza together with 12 cup Spanish olive oil toes are tender and fish is done. minutes or till onions are golden
Although it's not their major butter, egg and sugar. Sift flour 12 teaspoon salt Sprinkle pimento strips on top. brown. Spoon mixture over half of
holiday, it's a day of joy none- with nutmeg and cinnamon, Oil for deep frying Serve with cooked rice. Serves 4. each tortilla. Top with apples and
theless and sometimes referred add to calabaza mixture. Mix 12 fresh onion, sliced into rings (Cuban Home Cooking, 1996.) cheese. Fold over. Cook on a g rid-
to as a Mexican St. Patrick's well and drop by spoonfuls into 4 lime wedges with rind dle for 2-3 minutes on each side or
Day. Food, bands, party recipes, heated cooking oil that almost Cut pork into I or 2 inch SOFRIT0 SAUCE till cheese is melted. 4 servings.
along with lots of Corona and covers the fritters. Cook on both chunks removing most of the 1/4 cup pure olive oil
Dos Equis, start the fun day. sides till lightly browned. Serve fat. To prepare ma ri nade: mix I tablespoon minced garlic MEXICAN ICE CREAM
Saturday was Kentucky Derby immediately. Makes 12 fritters. together garlic, chopped onion, I medium onion finely 2 cups vanilla ice cream
Day, as readers Jack and Sue orange juice, olive oil and salt. chopped 12 cup frosted cornflakes,
mentioned to me, but it was SMOTHERED OKRA Pour marinade over pork chunks 12 green pepper, finely crushed
too late for a column. My dad's I large onion chopped and marinate for several hours, chopped 1/ cup sugar
hobby was betting on horses 12 cup chopped green preferably overnight, in refriger- 12 cup tomato sauce I teaspoon cinnamon
and growing up, I still remember peppers ator. Remove meat from mari- 1,/4 cup water 1,/4 cup honey
all the racetracks we visited 2 tablespoons butter or nade and deep fry in cooking 18 teaspoon oregano Place four 12 cup scoops of
throughout the United States, margarine oil till well done. Garnish with Salt to taste ice cream on waxed paper-lined
and can still hear that trumpet I 10-ounce package frozen onion slices and lime wedges. 2 teaspoons vinegar baking sheet. Freeze for I hour
blasting off indicating the start of cut okra, thawed 4 servings. (Recipe from Cuban Cook garlic, onion and green or till firm. In shallow bowl corn-
the race. As Dad was a financial 2 medium tomatoes, peeled, Home Cooking, 1996.) pepper in olive oil till onions are bine cornflake crumbs, sugar
wizard, he had a system as seeded and chopped soft. Add remaining ingredients and cinnamon. Roll ice cream in
most bettors do but his was 1,/4 teaspoon salt CODFISH BASQUE and cook over medium low crumb mixture to coat. Freeze till
advanced to the point that Dad 1,/4 teaspoon ground red Fresh boneless codfish heat for about 5 minutes. Store ready to serve. Drizzle each serving
usually won or broke even. Wish I pepper (4 fillets) tightly covered in refrigerator. CHEAP1[8
had the smarts to learn his system! 18 teaspoon black pepper 2 tablespoons Spanish olive Makes I cup. (Double recipe for
Enjoy the recipes and thanks In large skillet cook onion and oil Codfish Basque recipe above.)
for reading! pepper in butter about 5 minutes I large potato cut into 1,/4 inch HAVE A RECIPE?
or till tender. Stir in okra, toma- slices APPLE BRIE QUESADILLAS Mary Kleiss welcomes calls, suggestions
CALABAZA FRITTERS toes, salt and peppers. Bring to 2 cups Sofrito (recipe below) 2 medium sliced onions and recipes for her column. Email her at
1 12 pounds calabaza (squash) boiling. Reduce heat. Cover and 1/4 cup dry white wine 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar,0orcall1941-889-7297.
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Advancements in technology ByFAKE 1RWC
wiss playwright and
novelist Max Rudolf Frisch SOY-GARLIC CHICKEN Cut leg quarters at the joint if desired.
S 0 11-191) aid tech ol-Place in a 4 qt. slow cooker. In small bowl,
(111191 sid"ecno- 6 chicken leg quarters, skin removed combine next 4ingredients, pour over Company from Cincinnati was here at the Firehouse Foodie,
ogy is the knack of so arrang- I can (80oz.) tomato sauce chicken. Cover & cook on low for 4-5 hours.
ing the world that we don't 1/ cup soy sauce Note: Betty adds barbecue sauce to thiis the leading company when Betty Cerreto of Port Charlotte,
have to experience it." 1/ cup packed brown sugar and it gives it a little different flavor. Enjoy! it came to these conversions. sent us a recipe to try. After
As a society, we have 2 tsp. minced garlic Serves six. From 1911, Mack Trucks began trying it, out we found that
evolved into individuals who producing fire trucks, slowly this Soy-Garlic Chicken is a big
have become very dependent becoming the most famous hit!
upon technology, which in and have a conversation using the steam-powered fire engine manufacturer of that time. Thanks, Betty. We know Tom
some ways has alienated us words. actually did catch on. But its The kitchen is not much is as well-fed as we are at the
from each other as a commu- Throughout history not all reign didn't last long. different. Advancements in station. And "that's bringing
nity. Advancements in technol- technological advancements Despite the fact that technology throughout the the firehouse home."
ogy allow some of us to work have been accepted with open steam-powered fire engines years brought us from fire pits
from home, shop from home, arms. The first self-propelled, were still in use, here and to cast-iron wood stoves, to HAVE A COMMENT?
and essentially never leave the steam-powered fire engine there, up until the I1920s, kitchen appliances that have
confines of home. in the United States came to motorized fire trucks became more circuitry and innovation Firehouse F0die, Frank E. Vaerewyck,
Just about everyone has be in 1841 and was built in more and more common than the first computers. is agraduateof Charlotte High School
a cellphone, and even with New York. Strangely enough, by 1910. Horse-drawn or Through all of these ad- who began his firefighting career in Punta
this popular communication it didn't catch on. Firefighters steam-powered engines vancements, one thing has Gorda. He is currently with the Manassas
device, we would rather spell considered such a propulsion started being converted remained unchanged, and Volunteer Fire Company 501 in Virginia.
things out on a text message solution dangerous and unre- into fire trucks and by 1913. that is our love of good home You can contact him atftan k.vaerewyck@
than actually dial a number liable. It took decades before Ahrens-Fox Manufacturing cooked meals. A friend of ours
of your children, enjoys the experience ,
more knowing she's burned a few cal- :
ories first, Stacy Finnemore, activewear ,\
merchant for L.L.Bean (, has ,
several ideas.
"When shopping for Mom, it's import- '
ant to look for something that will make I' :J
her feel as great as she looks, and that > 4 I
means something comfortable, practical, '
problem-solving and stylish," Finnemore -
For morns who live in the city, versatil- 14 .
ity is key. !
"She needs to be able to layer her 1
look so she can hit the gym, then head ']
out to town to enjoy the day,"she says. Pei ."
Look for a feminine workout tank, basic
black fitness pants and a stylish top, all
moisture wicking and quick dry. -"
For morns who love to hike or camp, !
Finnemore recommends the woven
skort, just as comfortable as traditional
hiking shorts, but with a feminine feel. ii
On top, try a feminine T-shirt.
"She may be going on an outdoor ad-
venture, but the active morn still wants
to look great and feel feminine," she says.LA
For the mom who loves being MOT PHOTOS
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classic -flowers. But there's still a key to N.Y., is perfect for Mother's Day.
finding the perfect blooms.i
Charlotte D'Costa Taylor, owner of keep you dry, whether you're at a ,__ _
Floral Heights in Brooklyn Heights, N.Y., backyard barbecue or out for a hike. The
(floralIheig, says she's noticed lightweight fabric packs up small for
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blooms. L.L. Bea n Seawall Tee -($S34.95, i .
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nation. spoons, check out the measuring cups, features hyacinths and herbs, and is perfect
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FROM PAGE 1 Because of this, while technically a 3 to 4 ounces club soda or seltzer Add berries to a shaker and muddle.
liqueur, Cointreau also could be served Build all ingredients in a glass with ice. Add remaining ingredients, ice and shake
the company's first product. Brothers as a dligestif because of its high alcohol Stir briefly. Garnish with orange peel and well. Strain into a sugar-rimmed rocks
Edlourd-Jean and Adolphe Cointreau first content. lime twist. glass.
produced a wild cherry liqueur called The triple sec is "generally seen as Garnish: 2 blackberries on a silver
Guignolet. a modifier," Ford said, but it's recently THE ORIGINAL MARGARITA toothpick
In 1875, they created another fruit seen huge popularity in the rickey a 2 ounces blanco tequila
liqueur triple sec, made with a blend cocktail with lime juice, soda water and I ounce Cointreau THE PINA MARGARITA
of bitter and sweet orange peels. This liquor or liqueur. I ounce lime juice 2 ounces tequila
became their main product and was The popularity is likely, Ford said, be- Combine all ingredients in a mixing I ounce Cointreau
introduced at the World's Fair in Paris in cause "it's 80 proof and you're not losing glass and acid ice. Shake and strain into a I ounce lime juice
1889. the alcohol's integrity in this drink,"and Margarita glass. Garnish with a lime wheel I ounce pineapple juice
That's quite a long history for a liqueur it's sweet. "It balances out the lime juice and salt. Muddle fresh pineapple in the bottom
and it remains a standout today. But and makes a far more balanced cocktail." of a mixing glass. Acid remaining ingredi-
why? Today, the company remains a family SPICY MARGARITA ents with ice and shake. Strain over ice in a
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dor and a former bartender in New York is a fifth generation Cointreau working I ounce Cointreau Garnish: Cinnamon sugar rim, pineapple
and San Francisco, said it is the original for the company. He's the company's 3/ ounce lime juice wedge
triple sec it defined the category. historian and he also runs one of the 2 slices jalapeno
But the company wasn't able to patent distilleries. Pinch of cilantro RIO BRAVO
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generic "triple sec" term from their label said. iced rocks glass. Garnish with cilantro and I ounce Cointreau Noir
altogether since "Cointreau" already had Try the Cointreau rickey, the classic jalapeno spiral. I ounce lime juice
become defined as the liqueur, Ford said. margarita recipe and some interesting Shake all ingredients with ice. Strain over
Another possible reason for its twists on that classic to keep your taste THE BERRY MARGARITA ice into a chili salt rimmed rocks glass.
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But WAishClouds is about young, hip consumers with a system that could power to find out their latest retail ping sites where shoppers
You can find out "who" more than sharing fashion disposable incomes. the WAishClouds website and picks. can interact such as wish.
your favoriteTV stars are fun with celebrities and Miller has a digital app. WAishClouds also has hired corn, and
wearing and where to friends. The site sends con- strategy background while "We had to create a fashion stylists to curate, he said.
get that outfit or something sumers a mobile alert when Ivarone has worked for system that worked like clothing, accessories and But WAishClouds and its
similar- on WAishClouds, a their favorite item goes Wall Street firms including Google, a smart system that other products featured parent company are clearly
website and app developed on sale. Meanwhile, the Deutsche Bank and Merrill identified retail sites;'Miller on popular TV shows and striving to do more.
in Boca Raton, Fla. company collects valuable Lynch. The partners raised said. movies. During the Oscars Chief Operating Offcer
Celebrities from data about what and when $4 million in initial funding He said he was inspired in February, WAishClouds Ivarone said WAishClouds is
Nickelodeon, MTV and shoppers buy. from friends and family. to start the business by his featured dresses from the different because it offers
other TV networks are Commerce Data Commerce Data Science own shopping experiences red carpet telling consum- a "triple threat of celebrity
fashion "tastemakers"for the Science is one of several has grown from a staff of as a single father and during ers where to find similar influencers, social elements
site, picking their favorite startup businesses in the seven to nearly 20, hiring difficult economic times. outfits. a nd p rice trac king ca pa bilIity
clothes and accessories for Technology Business technology professionals "The recession has taught The company makes all in one."
browsing by shoppers Incubator at the Research from San Francisco, Boston consumers to buy on a deal," money through sales Ultimately, he expects
mostly younger women. Park at Florida Atlantic and other tech centers as he said. commissions an average their platform will power
"Consumers can see the University in Boca Raton. well as fashion stylists. More than 100 retailers of I11 percent and from multiple apps. "We track
history of the price so they The company "has found Ivarone said investors are featured on WAishClouds. advertising placed next to 1.2 billion data points across
can dlecide,'s it a good a significant opportunity initially wanted the compa- The site adds pizazz by suggested products. Since the entire catalogs of the
time for me to buy?' said to create value in the retail ny to move to Silicon Valley. featuring items chosen by it is a startup, the company top I100-plus brands and re-
Greg Miller, co-founder of sector;'said Andrew Duffell, "Instead of chasing the more than 75 celebrities, doesn't yet have a "relevant" mailers, more than 40 million
the website and app with president of the Research party in Silicon Valley, we who are expected to pick number to report on products," lvarone said.
John Ivarone, and chief Park He said the concept want to create our own buzz items themselves not to revenues, the partners said. Their system tracks "pur-
leave it to their agents, Miller Jay Berkowitz, chief chase intent"dlata as well as
said. executive of Boca Raton- the effect of price changes,
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old fashion stylist for the marketing firm Ten Golden influence, he said.
website, said she regu- Rules, said he likes the Berkowitz said generating
larly talks with celebrities WAishClouds concept with that"big dlata"will be the
including Nicole Murphy of sales alerts and trend and key.
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thanks to his masterful single father and former and sees director Matt
control of the power grid. architect; Keri Russell's Reeves ("Cloverfield""Let
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Peter Parker. Andy Serkis'Caesar, the Liebesman Goldberg, Abby Elliott and
What's next: The studio orphaned offspring of a Opening: Aug. 8 others, in addition to Fox.
already has announced laboratory chimp who has The story: The heroes Michael Bay produces.
that the third and fourth evolved into the leader of on the half shell get a new
installments in the saga are his own expanding tribe. origin story in this latest "GODZILLA"
set for release on June 10, Timeline: 2011 I's break- movie adventure starring Director: Gareth
2016, and May 4, 2018. out hit "Rise of the Planet the Turtles, who first Edwards
of the Apes" rebooted the appeared in the comics Opening: May 16
"DAWN OF THE sci-fi franchise inspired by created by Kevin Eastman The story: Edwards had
PLANET OF THE APES" Pierre Boulle's 1963 novel and Peter Laird in the early directed only the low-bud-
Director: Matt Reeves (which was previously 1980s. Megan Fox stars as get indie "Monsters" before
Opening: July I11 rebooted by Tim Burton reporter April O'Neil, who he was tapped to resurrect
becomes allied with the the King of All Monsters
masked crime fighters who for the big screen. The
bear the names of famous new model "GodzilIla" stars
Renaissance painters and Aaron Taylor-Johnson,
must protect New York Elizabeth Olsen and Bryan
City from a villain known Cranston as a family torn
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were last on the big screen rebirth;" Edwards said. Ian McKellan as Magneto and Patrick Stewart as Xavier, reunite
in the 2007 animated film "We tried to put a lot of in-MnDasoFurePt'
"TMNT"; before that, they Easter eggs and things in What's next: Will largely James McAvoy as a
starred in a live-action for the fans, but really it's depend on how Edwards' younger Xavier, Michael
franchise launched in 1990 for people who have never update fares at the box Fassbender as Magneto
that concluded with 1993s seen a Godzilla movie. It's office, but the film has a nd "H unger Ga mes" sta r
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FRI-SUN 8-? 771 Coral Drive Cleaner only $25 941-743- bases must see (2) $40 DINING SET With Hutch Table
Boats, fishing equip., freezer, 0582 4 chairs & hutch $400 703-
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TO M*EN furniture, variety of household! 1 side black, 1 gold, $20 941- embr 8 naps new pkg $25
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6 TRUCK 691 Harbor Blvd. ESTATE DINER SET for 6 edelstien UTILITY SINK W/ Faucet
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Thomasville dressers $450 941-391-6090 Massage Table likenew $475 45-531-9079
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color $150 941-743-5762 697-6592 $400 OBO fired, $800. (941)-624-3162
co~r 15094-74-562 COMPUTER KEY board CUHBATFLatqe Cl 44337
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unter high stools $100 1745 31 $49 s272397- SWING ARM for lit for a hand- GOLF CART LIFTED $160 941-423-7047
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er, high back $30 941-258- COND THE WHO ETC $300 6100 -$ 4475- 629-4875
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Both vulnerable. North deals. opener re-bids one no trump, to ask I L D F W S G D X M B B X T B U U H C D G H U
for information about opener's major
NORTH suits, usually looking for three-card
* 7 43 support for his major. The bid H F X L S W DX C B 0 D H TG H TZ LF M
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28 hands outside of the trump suit. This
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card spade support perfect holding in hearts no
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DEAR PRUDIE: During l it is childish, it makes us
and t i o n y l p d a an amazing man, I have i 1 luck ran out when he tried
had a cordial relationship 47to block me from hitting
with his mother. I am ....him and accidentally
DEAR ABBY. My hus ....... recourse with the now pregnant with his hit my jaw instead. That
band tends to be a ma- .... .carrier. "BUSTED" family's first grandchild. My caused my teeth to collide,
jor clutterbug. We had ........IN PENNSYLVANIA husband and I mutually and chipped my front
an argument last night a.DEAR "BUSTED": decided that we didn't want tooth. I was devastated,
about him storing a set .I agree with you to a to know the sex before de as I have always admired
argument is that we be thanked, and the was livid with our decision, saddened by this perma-
have never used them fact that the gift ar- even though I tried to nent damage. It didn't
and never will, since rived damaged should placate her by using the to have found another help that my boyfriend
they are "dinosaurs" in be mentioned. It's obstetrician she suggested practitioner. It should also felt that it was my fault
today's modern world. Dear Abby smart to insure pack- and allowing her to attend be comforting thaat thais for being a "spaz." Then
Any information can ages before sending, some of my prenatal ap- obstetrician understands my overly critical mother
be looked up digitally. so if the contents are pointments. She continued your mother-in-law needs lambasted me instead of
He was given these in the attic. At some damaged, there will to bring up gender at every to be treated as a security being supportive. Am I1100
encyclopedias by point, your husband be compensation. But opportunity. My doctor's risk Thank goodness your percent responsible for
his grandparents, so will probably arrive at even if they weren't staff was aware of our husband is standing firm this accident? Should I be
he feels they have a the same conclusion insured, the sender decision not to know the with you. Your mother- upset with my boyfriend
"deeper meaning." that you have after should be informed baby's sex, but after one in-law has proven herself for making me feel that I
Although he has never they have been refused that the gift arrived sonogram I was surprised unable to distinguish was being dramatic and
once used them, he by the progeny for broken, so the next to see my mother-in-law between her desires and useless? Should I avoid
says they make the whom he has been time precautions can at the office sniffing ear someone else's. Given her ever going to my mother
bookshelf look nicer. saving them. And try to be taken before the to ear. A few days later I remark to you about your for advice because her first
We recently got rid hang on to your sense item is shipped. had messages from family deceased mother, she is response is to criticize and
of the bookshelf and of humor, because this However, I do not members congratulating also cruel and insensitive. exacerbate the situation?
now he wants to store isn't worth arguing agree with stating me on the baby gir I was Your husband should Chipped Tooth
them in our already over. that in the future having! My mother-in-law explain to his mother that DEAR CHIPPED: Even if
cluttered attic. DEAR ABBY. What such gifts should be wheedled die information because of her behavior a couple mutually engages
His plan is to pass should someone do avoided because it out of the ultrasound duing your pregnancy in a Punch and Judy show
them on to our child when gifts received via would imply the gift technician, who is a friend you two are on hiatus for fun, when Punch
or grandchildren. I mail or UPS have been was unwelcome or of hers, then announced from her. Say that it would accidentally decks Judy, he
don't think they would damaged in transit? inappropriate. it. I threatened the clinic be sad not to have her should issue a prompt, sin-
want to inherit them, We have received some Dear Abby is written with legal action and found in your child's life, but if cere apology. Then, instead
as they take up so ceramic objects for by Abigail Van Buren, a new doctor mid-preg- she wants to enjoy being of assigning blame, Judy
much space and there Christmas in the last also known as Jeanne nancy My mother-in-law a grandmother, a basic should acknowledge tliat
are more efficient two years. B oth were Phillips, and was is smug about her tactics requirement is that she this is die kind of t~ing that
ways to find informa- packed and sent by the founded by her mother, and told me nastily that treat her daughter-in-law happens when two people
tion. Please help. givers. Pauline Phillips. Write if I "still had a mother," I with respect. An apology enjoy messing witli each
FRUSTRATED WIFE IN My wife would rather Dear Abby at www. wouldn't be so selfish. (I from her and a recognition other's heads. Your mother
CONNECTICUT remain silent about DearAbbycom or PO. was orphaned at age 14.) 1 she needs to do better may not be warm and nur-
DEAR WIFE: The the damage to avoid Box 69440, Los Angeles, can't express how betrayed would be a start. But in the during, but even the most
encyclopedias DO the appearance that a CA 90069. and hurt I am by dais. My absence of thar, after the concerned motlier might
have a deeper meaning replacement is ex- Good advice for husband sides with me and baby is born and you feel conclude, 'An accident was
for your husband that pected. I contend that everyone teens to we've made a birthing plan ready, allow her some short inevitable and you're lucky
almost surely has less the damage should seniors is in "The that includes her not being visits to see iffshe seems your jaw wasn't broken."
to do with "looking be mentioned and Anger in All of Us and permitted in the facility capable of reform. You're You concede the childish-
nice on a bookshelf" that no replacement How to DealI With It." until we've been released. not being vengeful; she's hess of your hijinks, and
than their sentimental is necessary when To order, send your We will not inform anyone the one who has to regain now tliat you're facing an
value. They symbolize writing the thank-you name and mailing of the birth until after we're your trust. Prudie expensive tooth repair, it's
the love his grandpaMr- note, or even that address, plus check home, and for die time DEAR PRUDIE. I have time to reconsider the way
ents had for him, as certain gifts should be or money order for $7 being, she won't be wel- been with my boyfriend for you two get your thrills. But
well as the idea that he avoided in the future. (U.S. funds) to: Dear come to visit. Am I being two years and we feel com- even more childish is the
can pass an heirloom Otherwise, the sender Abby, Anger Booklet, too vengeful here? How do fortable roughhousing with way you've each retreated
down to the next has no way of knowing PO. Box 447, Mount I overcome di~s feeling of each other. This consists to defensive comers. You
generations. that a better packag- Morris, IL 61054-0447. betrayal? Sad Mommy of trying to slap each other have to start thinking about
Please relent about ing job is necessary. (Shipping and han- DEAR SAD: After the in the face and using scare whether not only the game
boxing them up and Also, there may be dling are included in technician violated your tactics to see who gets has run its course, but ie
making room for them some (insurance) the price.) privacy, you were right startled the most. Altliough relationship, too. Prudie
Face wash item, I open both ends, zippered plastic bags.
then remove the bottom For items that need to M M TO THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
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34,225 mi, $16,875 25,761 mi, $21,875 2005 HYUNDAI ELANTRA 31,572 mi, $26,745 2011 HONDA ODYSSEY
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40,619 mi, $15,874 CERT,. 6,650 mi, $21,874 NAVI 8K $33,990 2011 HONDA PILOT
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