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Charlotte sun herald
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Charlotte sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : 1995)
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Sun herald
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Vol. 103, no. 225 (Aug. 13, 1995)-
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SUNDAY JUNE 30, 2013

New tax break considered

County proposes homestead exemption for seniors

Charlotte County
Commissioners are pro-
posing an ordinance that
would allow eligible seniors
to file for an additional
homestead exemption.
Last week, the com-
mission agreed to set a
public hearing for 10 a.m.
July 23 in the County
Administration Building,

18500 Murdock Circle, to
discuss the matter.
Current state law allows
counties to adopt an
ordinance allowing an
additional homestead
exemption of up to $50,000
for any person who has the
"legal or equitable title to
real estate and maintains
thereon the permanent
residence of the owner,
who has attained age 65,
and whose household

income does not exceed
$27,590 for 2013."
If approved, the exemp-
tion would go into effect
for the 2014 tax year.
County officials said it is
estimated that the county-
wide ad valorem taxes will
decrease by approximately
$314 per eligible house-
hold due to the enactment
of this ordinance. This is
based on a $50,000 exemp-
tion and the fiscal year

2012-2013 countywide
adopted millage rate of
6.2796 mills. This exemp-
tion applies to ad valorem
tax millage rates levied by
the county only.
"We are only one of
half a dozen counties
that have not adopted
that," said Commissioner
Ken Doherty who spear-
headed the effort to get
the ordinance prepared.
"I would support that type

of an ordinance for our
County Administrator
Ray Sandrock estimates
the impact to the budget is
relatively small, given the
number of people across
the county who would
actually be eligible for the
Sandrock estimates the
cost to be between $30,000
to $90,000 per year.
"It's not a large amount,"

he told commissioners."
"There's no question it
would be a challenge for
us to find 90 grand, if it's
as much as that, but the
positive impact for some of
those folks could be really,
really significant," Doherty
Commissioners Bill
Truex, Tricia Duffy and
Chris Constance agreed.

People are expected to come out
in droves to celebrate America's
freedom by embarking on a 1.5- ....... ......
mile adventure across the waters
of Charlotte Harbor beginning at
noon Thursday.
The 22nd annual Charlotte
Harbor Freedom Swim will call
for participants to make their way
from the north end of the Gilchrist
Bridge to Fishermen's Village.
Literal swimmers have been plenti-
ful, but different means of crossing
the river are emerging.
"I've seen more people on
standup paddleboards in the past
few years. We've had more kayaks
join us, and there's people who
always dress up in sparkles and
things," said swim co-founder Mike
He also pointed out there are
always a lot of people just looking -
to have a good time..
"Every year there seems to be .
some sort of inner-tube set up -
that's more like a party float," he
Haymans said he's even been
trying to get someone to make the '- -, -
trek along the bottom of the river in .
scuba gear, but the idea has never
come to fruition.
"Some people put their face SUN FILE PHOTO
down and swim, and they're Mike Haymans, far right, rallies participants for the 2011 Charlotte Harbor Freedom Swim. The 22nd edition
FREEDOM 7 of the event will take place July 4.


to close


Veecher has already collected
deposits from travelers in
Ohio, Atlanta, California,
Canada and New York plan-
ning their annual October bus
trip to Warm Mineral Springs
Day Spa.
Last week, he was shocked
to learn the Springs may not
be open when his bus pulls up
to the gate with 75 out-of-state
passengers in October.
"I've been bringing people
to the Springs for the last
20 years," he said. "I take
about 200 people there each
year. They stay in October and
November, and then we come
back in April and May over
11 days. My customers stay in
a hotel in Venice. I take care
of booking their daily admis-
sion into the Springs and their

Dedication ceremony set

for Fountain of Freedom
At 7:30 p.m. on
Wednesday at the
Veterans Garden located
in Laishley Park, a switch
will be thrown and a
long-awaited dream for
many will finally come to
fruition the Fountain
of Freedom that has been
in the planning stages
for years will become
The effort was spear-
headed by the Punta
Gorda Kiwanis Club, the .
Punta Gorda Chamber of
Commerce, the Charlotte
CountyVeterans Council,
and Team Punta Gorda.
Members came from
each group to form the ..
Veterans Park Committee
and began a fundrais- SUN PHOTO BY AL HEMINGWAY
ing and construction
The 15-foot geysers at the new Fountain of Freedom will be
FOUNTAIN 1 12 illuminated at dusk until 11 p.m.

name is Bartholomew,
accent on the last syl-
lable, and he is dressed
to impress.
"A big name for a big
personality," said Pat
Stoppiello, introduc-
ing one of the kittens
available at Saturday's
adopt-a-thon at Petco in
Murdock. "He's a black
and white tuxedo."
Bartholomew and
friends were drawing a
crowd of cat lovers. By
noon, two kittens had
already found a home
with, perhaps, more
on the way. The Shaw
family Alicia and her
two sons, Dylan, 10,
and Nicholas, 5 are
looking for a cat.
"We would like some
company for our cat,

Baby, and for the kids,"
said Alicia, visiting from
North Port. "We actu-
ally just lost a dog, and
Baby's kind of lonely."
Cats are good

Bartholomew, a
black and white
tuxedo cat, makes
a new friend,
Dillon Rafferty
of North Port, at
Saturday's adopt-
a-thon event at

company, agreed
Stoppiello, who
started Pat's Cat Rescue
and volunteers for

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Charlotte County Habitat for
Humanity, in conjunction
with four different faiths in
the area, on Thursday blessed
the foundation of a new
house being built for John,
Patricia and baby Johnny
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Build foundation blessing
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'A surprisingly joyous adventure'

When I first found
out that my wife
was pregnant
and our first child was on
his way, I was overcome
with emotions.
Like many others, I was
nervous, anxious and a
little bit scared. This was
the beginning of a very new
chapter in our lives, and we
were going to have to learn
how to handle our lives very
Once the initial shock dis-
solved, I realized that there
were nine months ahead of
us. I was able to breathe a
sigh of relief. As an educator,
I am trained to research
material and search out
more information. So, I
thought, over the next nine
months I am going to teach
myself to be a dad.
Of course, on June 4
when my son was bom,
there was nothing in the


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world that could have
described my feelings. The
planning was great, the
reading was important, but
the actual introduction of
such a new and beautiful
baby boy was surprisingly
As with the birth of my
son, my tenure at Edison
Collegiate High School has
been a surprisingly joyous
In 2009, when I heard
that Edison State College
was introducing a
Collegiate High School to

Charlotte County I was in-
trigued and a bit skeptical. I
am from a family of public
educators, and charter
schools were a new concept
to Charlotte County.
Upon learning about
ECHS, I realized this school
was special because it
offered something that so
many of Charlotte County
students could benefit
from. A real chance to leave
high school with more than
just a high school diploma,
but an associate's degree.
At my interview, I knew
this would be a great place
to work. The culture of the
school was unique, and
the people were intelligent.
Once hired, I did as I usually
do, and planned. I planned
my lessons, I wrote my
classroom procedures and
I thought about different
projects or standards that I
wanted to teach.

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Then in August 2009,
when the doors of the
school swung open and
the hallway was filled with
bustling, eager freshmen,
I knew that what I had
planned was again not
enough to prepare me for
this experience.
The first days of school
were different. Discipline
was not an issue. Students
respected their teachers,
and the teachers respected
the students. During that
first week of school, ECHS
set standards.
These standards, like
the standards I teach my
two sons every day, are to
set high expectations and
work hard to achieve them.
Expect a quality education
and be prepared to study
for it. Respect and accept
each person and remember
that this school was built
on the foundation of
The first class, like my

first child, was just the
beginning. Every year a
new group of personalities
comes bursting through
the doors. We know that we
have to work to keep every
student on board with the
expectations of this school.
We also have learned that
each new year brings new
experiences and challenges.
In our first year we only
served freshman. Now, we
have students in all four
grade levels. We have to
unite to create experiences
for these students that are
meaningful and syn-
onymous with a traditional
high school.
We have held spirit
weeks each year that will
now transform into our
very first homecoming.
We have built the rivalry
among the classes, and the
students fight to win our
spirit awards. We held our
very first graduation this
year. It was a tremendous

success and an honor to
see so many scholarships
and awards granted to our
Prom, Grad Bash, and a
senior pool party are just
some of the many ways
we celebrated with our
students this year. Now,
as we continue to serve
students in all grade levels,
we look forward to celebrat-
ing many more milestones.
We are unique, we are
a family and we do work
hard to exceed expecta-
tions. The past provided the
steppingstones. However,
as Benjamin Franklin said,
"Without continual growth
and progress, such words
as improvement, achieve-
ment and success have no
Matt Catanzarite is
the assistant principal at
Edison Collegiate High
School. He can be reached
at matthew.catanzarite@

Imagine gets second principal


ter choosing a new principal
for Imagine School at North
Port's upper campus, the
school's parent company,
Imagine Schools Inc., has
selected Mary Anderson of
Hager City, Wis., as principal
of Imagine Elementary.
Chris Watson, regional
director of Imagine Inc., said
her selection has a "seren-
dipitous nature."
"We had a national
search, and when you do so,
sometimes you have candi-
dates who are already local.
And sometimes you have
candidates who are plan-
ning to make this part of
Florida their home," she said
Friday. "(Anderson) and her
husband have property just
a few miles from the school,
(and) have family who live in
this part of Florida."
For Anderson, 54, it also
seems meant to be, as
she and her husband had

talked about
a move to
Florida for
years. And
while that
was part of
the job's ap-
peal, she also
ANDERSON wanted a
good match
"The last elementary
school I was principal of
had a lot of similarities (to
Imagine) ... (in) the way
they grow children, and
parental choice, which was
very exciting to me, and
teachers working in teams,"
she said. "They were a lot of
foundational tenants that
were things I believed in
She looks forward to
being highly involved with
pre-K through fifth-grade
students at the city's only
charter school.
"I really enjoy the spark
and the energy and the
enthusiasm of the elemen-
tary kids," she said, adding

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she anticipates becoming
acquainted with staff and
families, working together
to make the school "a joyful
She said it is important
to have a good relation-
ship with her students and
"I want to get to know the
kids and their names, and
what makes them happy.
... I want to make sure we
do our best for the kids. I
believe parents know their
children best, and we need
to be partnering with them,"
she said. "I will do every-
thing I can to continue the
excellence that this school
already has."
Watson praised Anderson
as "a perfect fit" who, along
with Steven Black 63, of
Nokomis, new principal of
Imagine's upper campus of
sixth through 11th grades,
she called "a dynamic team
of principals in this growing
Imagine School."
Watson said Black and
Anderson have met once
and spoken several times.
"She will be arriving
July 15 and will spend a
week at the school meeting
staff and other stakehold-
ers, parents certainly, then
she'll be completing her
physical move," Watson
said. Anderson will also
meet with Imagine's local
governing board, and she
and Black will attend a
regional meeting of Imagine
Anderson was selected
by an interview panel that
included parents and
confirmed by the charter
school's governing board.
Watson said the panel was
"captivated ... by her won-
derful wealth of experience
in education and amazing
passion for the work. If I
were a parent at Imagine, I
would be very pleased."
Anderson holds a doctor-
ate in educational leadership
from the University of St.
Thomas in St. Paul, Minn.
She was most recently exec-
utive director of elementary
curriculum, innovation and
leadership for Stillwater Area
Public Schools in Minnesota,
and has 19 years of principal
experience. She was an
adjunct college professor,
elementary teacher and in-
structor to hearing-impaired
students. Like Black, she will
earn $100,000 annually.
Justin Matthews was prin-
cipal of the entire Imagine
School at North Port from
2008 until May 31. A court
battle ensued after Matthews
and the school's governing
board decided to break away
fromVirginia-based Imagine
Inc., in February, citing
financial and contractual
differences. In a settlement
with Imagine Inc., Matthews,
who made $97,850, agreed
to step down.
Imagine, located off
Toledo Blade Boulevard,
serves about 1,100 students.

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Bruce Budd Brown
Bruce Budd Brown, 83, of Kissimmee, Fla.,
passed away Sunday, June 23, 2013.
He was born in New York in 1930 and a resident
of Port Charlotte, Fla., from 2000 to
Both of his parents were musi-
d cally inclined, and Mr. Brown
enjoyed a long and full life as a
musician. He began playing clarinet
and saxophone at 11 years of age.
Serving in the U.S. Army during the
Korean War, Mr. Brown was part of a
30-man GI show, traveling throughout
*,: ... Korea entertaining the troops. Mr.
Brown became the bandleader, then
show director, and eventually platoon
After the war, he returned to New York where
he played with combos and local big bands until
he moved to the Palm Beach area in 1960. He
was secretary of the Musicians Union (covering a
six-county area in south Florida) for a number of
years. Mr. Brown later formed a partnership with
society bandleader Marshall Grant. Together, they
performed not only in the Palm Beach area, but
at charity balls and private parties throughout the
east coast of the United States. Each year, they
provided the orchestra for Bob Hope's annual
Cancer Benefit Show in Palm Beach, Fla.
In 1972, he left Marshall Grant Orchestras
to start an advertising agency, Carter Brown
Advertising, with his wife, De (Peter Duchin
took Mr. Brown's place as partner with his friend
Marshall Grant). Budd and De operated their
agency in Palm Beach County for over 40 years.
Mr. Brown is survived by his wife, De; one
son; stepdaughter; a brother; sister, Ginger
(Martin) Von Holden of Port Charlotte; and five
Burial services will be private. Mr. Brown will be
interred at Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell,
Fla. A memorial party will be held later in the year.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Society
For The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Central
Florida, 2727 Conroy Road, Orlando, FL 32839.
Arrangements are by Conrad and Thompson
Funeral Home, Kissimmee.


Judith Ann
Judith Ann "Judy"
Allsteadt, 69, passed away
Tuesday, June 25, 2013, in
Sugar Land, Texas.
She was born Oct. 27,
Judy, a librarian, retired
from the New Jersey
Public School System.
She then became the first
mate of the "Sand Shark,"
a commercial fishing
vessel out of Belmar,
N.J., and owned by her
husband, Lou. Upon
retirement, Judy moved to
Port Charlotte, Fla., where
she stayed until recently
moving to Sugar Land.
Judy is survived by her
stepdaughters, Carol Ann
Harris, and Peggy Ann
Pfaff; stepsons, Thomas
Richard Allsteadt, Robert
Aulden Allsteadt, and
Edward Patrick Allsteadt;
niece, Dolores Tharp
Pekruhn; nephew, Roger
Sherman Tharp IV;
and sister-in-law, Mary
Tharp. She was preceded
in death by her three
husbands, James William
Harris, Louis Faccenda,
and Thomas Allsteadt.
A Celebration of Judy's
life was held at 4 p.m.
Saturday, June 29, 2013,
at The Settegast-Kopf Co.,
Sugar Creek, Sugar Land,
Texas. Please share memo-
ries and condolences with
the family by visiting www.

Bruce Gordon
Bruce Gordon Anderson,
66, a veteran of the
U.S. Army passed away
Monday, May 27, 2013.
A memorial service
with military honors is
scheduled for 2:30 p.m.
Friday, July 5, 2013, at
the Sarasota National

Oscar A. Brown
Oscar A. Brown, 89,
of Port Charlotte, Fla.
passed awayWednesday,
June 26, 2013, at Fawcett
Memorial Hospital in
Port Charlotte.
He was bom Feb. 7,1924,
in Jamaica, West Indies.
Oscar moved to Port
Charlotte in 1995, from
Brooklyn, N.Y.
He was a devout and
beloved member of First

Baptist Church of Port
Charlotte, and a member
of the church choir. Oscar
was a wonderful father,
grandfather, great-great
grandfather, and friend and
will forever be missed by all
who loved and knew him.
Oscar is survived by
his daughter, Marcia
Melendez of Brooklyn;
son, Keith Gilmore
Brown of New York City,
N.Y.; grandchildren,
Tyrone Trotman Jr., and
Tito Melendez; and five
Funeral service will be
held 11 a.m., Wednesday,
July 3, 2013, at Roberson
Funeral Home, Port
Charlotte Chapel.
Interment will follow
at Restlawn Memorial
Gardens, Port Charlotte.
Friends may visit www. to sign the
memorybook, and extend
condolences to the family.
Arrangements are by
Roberson Funeral Home,
Port Charlotte Chapel.

Raymond Eugene
Raymond Eugene
Buzalski, 85, of Punta
Gorda, Fla., passed away
Thursday, June 27, 2013.
Arrangements are by
Kays-Ponger Uselton
Funeral Home and
Cremation Services, Port
Charlotte Chapel.

Kenneth L. Davis
Kenneth L. "Ken" Davis,
88, of Punta Gorda, Fla.,
passed away Wednesday,
June 26, 2013.
... He was born
.:... Aug. 16, 1924,
to Glenn and
Elizabeth (nee
Zimmerman) Davis in
Cedar Springs, Mich.
Ken served in the U.S.
Army in five different coun-
tries duringWorldWar II.
He retired from Charlotte
Regional Medical Center.
He was a member of the
Port Charlotte Seventh-day
Adventist Church where he
loved singing in the choir,
and also with the Liberty
Ken will be sadly missed
by his wife of 66 years,
Ella; children, Cheryl (Ron)
Barber, Carol (Ron) Strack,
Gary (Debbie) Davis
and Greg (Karen) Davis;
sister, Joyce Hammer; nine
grandchildren; and nine
great-grandchildren. He
was preceded in death by
his parents; two

Catherine Doris Kromer
Catherine Doris (nee Minns) Kromer, 90, of
Englewood, Fla., passed away Wednesday, June 26,
2013, at home surrounded by her loving family.
She was born Dec. 1, 1922 in
DuBois, Pa.; she was "Doris" to her
family and friends.
In 1942, Doris moved from DuBois
to Buffalo, N.Y., where she met and
married the love of her life, soldier
Donald Kromer, duringWWII. Doris
worked in Buffalo for Curtiss Wright
as a riveter on C-47 aircraft. The
Kromer family grew up in Ellwood City, Pa. Doris
has lived in Englewood since 1969 and worked
many years at Rotonda West Utilities as the office
manager prior to retirement. In recent years,
she enjoyed participating in Englewood's Senior
Friendship luncheons.
Later in life, she became "Mom," "Gram" and
"Mimi" to her four children, eight grandchildren
and 18 greats. Doris was very sweet and loving and
was the rock of her family; she had a great deal of
pride in her children. She never refused a request
from family. When Doris entertained or babysat
any of the grandchildren or greats, they were
consistently portrayed as having "behaved well."
A perfect example of "What happens at Gram's
house, stays at Gram's house."
Doris is survived by her children and their
descendants, Paula (Dave) Badger, Nancy Kromer,
Denise (Steve) Godwin, and Gary (Lynn) Kromer,
all of whom reside in the Englewood area; one
brother, William E. Minns of Reading, Pa.; numer-
ous well-loved nieces and nephews, grandnieces
and grandnephews. She enjoyed every minute she
could spend with her grandchildren, Julie Morin,
Jenny Bluhm, Dennis, David and Evan Hollister,
Laura Sayers, Nicole Davel, and Chad Kromer;
and great-grandchildren, Matthew Badger, Ryan
and Ashley Morin, Courtney, Patrick and Brandon
Bluhm, Jenna, Ally and Maddie Sayers, Gavin and
Sydney Gillespie, Karys, Kaleb, Cole, Christian and
Charlotte Hollister, and Leah and Nolan Davel
were also able to enjoy Mimi's abundant love. She
was preceded in death by her parents, William J.
and Freda Yutt Minns; her husband of 50 years,
Donald P. Kromer; brothers, Ted, Jack and Don;
and her sisters, Mayme Braund, Lois Rhed and
Grace Kalgren.
A celebration of her life will be planned by the
Arrangements are by National Cremation
Society of Port Charlotte, Fla.

brothers; and one sister.
A memorial service will
be held at 3 p.m. Saturday,
July 6, 2013, at the Port
Charlotte Seventh-day
Adventist Church at 2036
Loveland Blvd., Port
Charlotte, FL 33980. In
lieu of flowers, memorial
donations may be made
to 3ABN, PO. Box 20,
West Frankfort, IL 62896
or PCAS, 2036 Loveland
Blvd., Port Charlotte, FL
33980. To express con-
dolences to the family,
please visit Ltaylorfuneral.
com and sign the online
Arrangements are by
Larry Taylor Funeral and
Cremation Services.

Saint Armand
Saint Armand Edouard,
91, of Port Charlotte, Fla.,
passed away Thursday,
June 27,
in Port
l He was
born July 3,
1921, in
spent two years in Cuba
before immigrating to
the United States in 1949.
In 1990, he moved to Port
Charlotte from Brooklyn,
N.Y Armand was a
member of St. Charles
Borromeo Catholic
Church of Port Charlotte.
He is survived by his
daughters, Marie Lourdes
Constant, and Danielle
Laguerre; son, Erve
Anthony Edouard; grand-
sons, Jerry Laguerre, and
Jean- Wagner Constant;
and great-grandchildren
Jasmine and Monica
Visitation will be held
at 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.,
Tuesday, July 2, 2013, with
a Catholic Wake Service
at 7:30 p.m. at Roberson
Funeral Home, Port
Charlotte Chapel. Mass
of Christian Burial will be
held 1 p.m., Wednesday,
July 3, 2013, at St. Charles
Borromeo Catholic
Church. Entombment
will follow at Restlawn
Memorial Gardens in
Port Charlotte. Friends
may visit online at www. to sign

the memorial book, and
extend condolences to the
Arrangements are
by Roberson Funeral
Home & Crematory, Port
Charlotte Chapel.

Phyllis Edwards
Phyllis Edwards, 79, of
Port Charlotte, Fla., passed
away Friday, June 28,
2013. Arrangements are
by Kays-Ponger Uselton
Funeral Home and
Cremation Services, Port
Charlotte Chapel.

Olive McCrea
Olive "Ollie" McCrea
Pearson, 91, passed away
Wednesday, June 19,
2013, in her
in Port
She was
R.I., in 1922 and grew up
in Rhode Island before
marrying Robert "Bob" C.
In their younger years,
Ollie and Bob lived in many
states before settling in
Nashville, Tenn., for about
a decade prior to their final
move to Port Charlotte
in 1977. Ollie held many
interesting jobs during
her lifetime, including
executive assistant for
the Cheekwood Museum
of Art in Nashville and
secretary for various radio
stations. She retired from
her secretarial position
with the Charlotte County
school system in 1999 and
spent many years enjoying
her needlework crafts,
reading, and traveling with
her daughter. Her beautiful
smile, quick laughter, gentle
kindness, and witty sense
of humor were enjoyed by
all who met her during her
90 years of life.
Olive is survived by her
loving family members
and the close friends that
she thought of as fam-
ily. She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Robert, in 1977.
Plans for a future
memorial service are not
yet completed.

Arthur Sushko
Arthur Sushko, 84, of
Port Charlotte, Fla., for-
merly of Waldwick, N.J.,
passed away
H. Wednesday,
,:.>. June 26, 2013,
after a brief
He was born in New
York City, N.Y., Oct. 17,
1928, to Anton and
Sophie Sushko.
Arthur served his
country in both the
Marine Corps Reserve
and the U.S. Navy during
the Korean War, and went
on to work as Supervisor
of Accounts for the
Bergen County Public
Works Department in
Hackensack, N.J., for
35 years, retiring in
1989. He was involved
with Waldwick Little
League, and the Men's
Republican Club of
Bergen County, N.J.,
and was a member of
American Legion Post
110 in Port Charlotte.
Arthur was active in
the Home Owners'
Association of Tree Tops
at Ranger Point in El
He is survived by
his sons, Jeffrey of
Hawthorne, N.J.,
Kenneth of Hewitt,
N.J., and Roger (Kiki)
of North Port, Fla.; five
grandchildren; and one
great-grandchild. Arthur
was preceded in death by
his beloved wife, Gloria.
Memorial services for
Arthur and Gloria will be
scheduled in September.
Arrangements are by
Farley Funeral Home,
North Port Chapel.

Stanley A. Weller
Stanley A. "Stan"
Weller, 88, of Punta
Gorda, Fla., passed away
June 25,
2013, at
Health in
South Port
.. Fla.
': .;-. He was born
in Chicago, Ill.,
Feb. 17, 1925.
Stan served in the Army
Air Corp (U.S. Air Force)
"for the duration" begin-
ning on his 18th birthday,
and was a top gunner on
a B-29 in the Pacific cam-
paign ofWWII. He worked
for Sears Roebuck as an
attorney until he retired
in 1982. Stan was the first

President of the DuPage
Unitarian Church, Lisle,
Ill., and he enjoyed flying.
He was an ardent sailor,
moving to Miami in 1986
with his sailboat and then
to Punta Gorda in 1993
with JoAnne.
Stan will be greatly
missed by his wife,
JoAnne; sons, Stanley
(Sandy) Weller, Kevin
Weller and Scott Weller;
granddaughter, Amy
Allen; grandson, Michael
(Christina) Weller; great-
granddaughter, Emma
Allen; and many other
relatives. He was preceded
in death by his first wife,
Kathryn French Weller.
Inurnment will be
at Sarasota National
Cemetery. To express
condolences to the
family, please visit www.
and sign the online
Arrangements are by
Larry Taylor Funeral and
Cremation Services.


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Words of Comfort
Life varies it stories.
Time changes
- everything, yet what is
truly valuable what is
worth keeping -
is beyond time.
Ruth Senter



For a Limited Time Only!

27200 Jones Loop Rd.
Punta Gorda, FI 33982
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Jack H. Donkel

Aug. 18, 1929 -June 30, 2012

My darling husband,

It has been one year since the Angels
suddenly took you in the night.
I miss your warm embrace and your
tender kiss goodnight, but I know
we will be together again.

Until then my love,
I will always be your Donna Lee.
Together forever.

Office Hours Monday thru Friday, 9:00AM to 5:00PM
946 Tamiami Trail, #206, Port Charlotte, FL 33953
901 Venetia Bay Blvd. #360, Venice, FL 34285
(941) 207-2223
(941) 206-2223

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The County of Charlotte will be
receiving sealed bids at the Pur-
chasing Division, Suite 344, Char-
lotte County Administration Cen-
ter, 18500 Murdock Circle, Port
Charlotte, FL 33948-1094, for:
BID NO. 2013000343
It is the intent of Charlotte County
to secure the services of a Con-
tractor to construct a replace-
ment concrete structure on Har-
borview Road over the Desoto
Canal. The project will replace
bridge structure 014017 at the
Desoto Canal with a precast con-
crete deck bridge and a tempo-
rary bridge with related struc-
There is no local license required
to perform these services.
11:00 a.m., July 18, 2013
2:00 p.m., AUGUST 7, 2013
Bid Documents may be obtained
by accessing the Charlotte Coun-
ty Purchasing Division's website
chasing under "Purchasing Bids
Online", document number
133432. Any questions can be
answered by contacting Rhiannon
Mills, Contract Specialist at
941.743.1374 or email: rhian-
Publish: June 30, 2012
163352 2910439

CASE NO.: 08-2013-CA000367
To: Andre Villatte
Last Known Address:
21260 Brinson Ave Apt 101,
Port Charlotte, FL 33952
Current Address: Unknown
Last Known Address: Unknown
Current Address: Unknown

action to foreclose a mortgage
on the following property in Char-
lotte County, Florida:
A/K/A 21260 Brinson Ave
Apt 101, Port Charlotte, FL
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses within 30
days after the first publication, if
any, on Albertelli Law, Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is P.O.
Box 23028, Tampa, FL 33623,
and file the original with this Court
either before July 23, 2013 ser-
vice on Plaintiff's attorney, or
immediately thereafter; other-
wise, a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed in the Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once a week for two consecutive
weeks in the Charlotte Sun-Her-
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this court on this 18 day of June,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C. Coulter
Deputy Clerk
**See the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act
If you are an individual with a dis-
ability who needs an accommoda-
tion in order to participate in a
court proceeding or other court
service, program, or activity, you
are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assis-
tance. Requests for accommo-
dations should be directed to the
following based upon the county
in which your case is pending:
Ken Kellum
Operations Div. Mgr.
Phone: (239) 533-1700
Fax: (239) 533-1733
Jon Embury
Admin. Svc. Mgr.
Phone: (941)637-2110
Fax: (941) 637-2283
Mark Middlebrook
Admin. Svc. Mgr.
Phone: (239) 252-8800
Fax: (239) 774-8818
Sheila Mann
Court Operations Manager
Phone: (239) 533-1723
Fax: (239) 533-1796
Publish: June 30 & July 7, 2013
272484 2910479


suant to an Order or Summary
Final Judgment of foreclosure
dated April 16, 2013, and
entered in Case No.

082011CA003738XXXXXX of the
Circuit Court in and for Charlotte
County, Florida, wherein WELLS
Plaintiff and SCOTT RICCIO;
dants, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash website of
County, Florida, 11:00 a.m. on
the 5 day of August, 2013, the
following described property as
set forth in said Order or Final
Judgment, to-wit:
16A THRU 16Y AND 16Z1
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact the
Administrative Services Man-
ager whose office is located
at 350 E. Marion Avenue,
Punta Gorda, FL 33950, and
whose telephone number is
(941) 637-2281, at least 7
days before your scheduled
court appearance, or immedi-
ately upon receiving this noti-
fication if the time before the
scheduled appearance is less
than 7 days; if yu are hearing
or voice impaired, call 711.
DATED at Punta Gorda, Florida,
on May 22, 2013.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
By: C.L.G.
As Deputy Clerk
Publish: June 23 and 30, 2013
105230 2907208
CASE NO. 2012-CA-001403
Division No.
suant to an Order or Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated April
16, 2013, and entered in Case
No. 2012-CA-001403 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the 20TH Judicial
Circuit in and for CHARLOTTE
County, Florida, where U.S. BANK




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TRUST FUND is the Plaintiff and
Defendants, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash
com, the Clerk's website for on-
line auctions, at 11:00 A.M. on
the 7_day of August, 2013, the
following described property as
set forth in said Order of Final
Judgment, to wit:
and commonly known as:
Florida, this 22 day of May 2013.
CHARLOTTE County, Florida
By: C.L.G.
Deputy Clerk
Publish: June 23 and 30, 2013
109440 2907244
Advertise Today!l
CASE NO: 12-002418-CA
and any unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and other
unknown persons or unknown
spouses claiming by, through and
under any of the above-named
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Charlotte County, Flori-
da, will on the 19 day of July,
2013 at 11 o'clock A.M. at
in accordance with Chapter 45
Florida Statues, offer for sale and
sell at public outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash, the fol-
lowing-described property situate
in Charlotte County, Florida:
Lot 28, Block 535, PUNTA
20, according to the Plat
thereof as recorded in Plat
Book 11, Pages 2A
through 2Z42, inclusive, of
the Public Records of
Charlotte County, Florida.
pursuant to the Final Judgment
entered in a case pending in said
Court, the style of which is indi-
cated above.
Any person or entity claiming an
interest is the surplus, if any,
resulting from the foreclosure
sale, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Lis
Pendens, must file a claim on
same with the Clerk of Court with-
in 60 days after the foreclosure
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court the 26 day of
June, 2013.
TIES ACT. If you are a person
with a disability who needs
any accommodation in order
to participate in this proceed-
ing, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please
contact Jon Embury, Adminis-
trative Services Manager,
whose office is located at 350
E. Marion Avenue, Punta
Gorda, Florida 33950, and
whose telephone number is
(941) 637-2110, at least 7
days before your scheduled
court appearance, or immedi-
ately upon receiving this noti-
fication if the time before the
scheduled appearance is less
than 7 days; if you are hear-
ing or voice impaired, call
Barbara T. Scott
By: C.L.G.
Deputy Clerk
Publish: June 30 & July 7, 2013
111238 2910535

STEVE'S TOWING gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and intent to
sell these vehicles on
07/12/2013, 09:00 am at
27145 Washington Street Punta
Gorda, FL 33983, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the Florida
reserves the right to accept or
reject any and/or all bids.

Published: June 30, 2013
274754 2910419
To view today's legal notices
and more visit,

Report: Man

bites woman,

dog bites man


Justice was served, and
everybody took a bite.
It seems a police dog
bit a 47-year-old North
Port man who was
arrested Wednesday for
allegedly biting a woman
in the face, according
to the Charlotte County
Sheriff's Office.
Robert Earl Kennedy,
of the 1700 block of
Kirkwood St., North Port,
was charged with aggra-
vated battery and giving
a false identification to a
law enforcement officer
and taken to Charlotte
County Jail, where he was
booked with no bond.
But before he was
arrested, he had to
undergo treatment at a
local hospital for a dog
bite on his right buttock.
That particular memory
was made, authorities say,
when the dog caught up
with him as he attempted
to flee the arresting
When the North Port
Police Department
responded to victim's

residence, they first
talked to Kennedy, who
told them his name was
Dwayne Brown. He was
allowed to leave.
The victim told NPPD
officers that Kennedy
became upset when
she kicked him out of
the house. She became
scared when he report-
edly started banging on
the rear window of the
The victim was
trying to leave by the
front door to go to a
neighbor's house when
Kennedy allegedly
grabbed her around the
neck and bit her on the
right side of the face, a
report states.
Charlotte County
deputies found Kennedy
around 11:45 p.m. at San
Mateo Drive, the report
states. When the depu-
ties searched his wallet,
they found a "Miranda
warning" card that he
had allegedly stolen while
he was giving the NPPD
officer false information
earlier in the day. He was
additionally charged with
petty theft.

Traffic enforcement

locations set

Beginning Monday, the
Charlotte County Sheriff's
Office will increase traffic
enforcement at the follow-
ing locations:

Speed enforcement:
Entire length of Burnt
Store Road, Punta Gorda.
Entire length of Midway
Boulevard, Port Charlotte.

Traffic light/stop sign
Jones Loop Road and
1-75, Punta Gorda.
U.S. 41 and Toledo Blade
Boulevard, Port Charlotte.

The information for Police Beat is gathered
from police, sheriff's office, Florida
Highway Patrol, jail and fire records. Not
every arrest leads to a conviction and guilt
or innocence is determined by the court

The Punta Gorda Police
Department reported the
following arrests:
Dustin Scott Rodgers, 24, Lehigh
Acres. Charges: domestic battery,
disorderly intoxication and resisting
an officer. Bond: none.

Compiled by Gary Roberts


NAACP holds

The NAACP 429 E.
Virginia Ave., Punta
Gorda, would like to help
the victims of Moore,
Okla., who recently ex-
perienced a devastating
tornado, as well as raise
money for the group's
Educational Scholarship
Planning Fund. The
organization would like
20 people to contribute a
gift in the amount of $25,
15 people to contribute
a gift in the amount of
$20, and 40 or more
people to contribute a
gift in the amount of
$10. The proceeds would
be divided between the
tornado victims and the
NAACP's scholarship
fund. To contribute or for
more information, call

Draft code now
online for public
Charlotte County has
posted an initial draft
of its new Unified Land
Development Code, for
public review and com-
ment online. The ULDC
is an effort to consoli-
date all of the county's
land-use regulations
into a single ordinance
while modernizing the
standards, clarifying
the presentation and
writing of the code, and
working to streamline
some procedures. To
achieve the consolida-
tion, the ULDC includes
a comprehensive revision
of all of the county's

regulations, including the
zoning and subdivision
ordinances, as well as
many other development
standards, such as land-
scaping, site and building
design, and engineering
The draft ULDC is a
work-in-progress, and
staff still is preparing
some portions of the
code, which are not
yet available for public
review. The majority of
the draft code currently
is available at www.
- click the "Unified
Land Development
Code" link in the "Hot
Topics" list. Comments
currently are being
accepted by email, and a
more interactive site will
be available soon. Public
review and comment
will continue for several
months as the ULDC
is finalized, and public
meetings and input ses-
sions will be scheduled in
the near future. For more
information, call the
comprehensive planning
division at 941-764-4903.

Top deck of
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closed July Fourth
The top deck of the
Herald Court Parking
Garage, 117 Herald
Court, Punta Gorda,
will be closed all day
July Fourth for a private
party. Parking will be
available on the lower
floors. For more informa-
tion, call Kim Lovejoy at

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"I'm devastated the
Springs is closing, even
temporarily," he added.
"The economy in North
Port is going to suffer."
Veecher isn't the only
one with regularly sched-
uled tours. Alfa Travel out
of Illinois also has a list
of more than 30 faithful
Springs visitors who
come annually from all
over the U.S.
Hearing that bus
tours are still scheduled,
Sarasota County staff-
ers are trying to get the
word out that the Springs
will shut down, at least
temporarily, at 5 p.m.
The city of North Port
and the county jointly
purchased the 81-acre
Springs in December
2010 for $5.5 million.
They had 30 months to
create an agreement for
the operations and devel-
opment of the Springs,
but the two boards,
which had disagreed on
the direction of the spa's
future, only signed an
interlocal agreement last
week. Their contract with
current operator Cypress
Lending, which marketed
the Springs' 87-degree,
mineral-rich waters as a
"Fountain of Youth" with
healing properties, as
well as spa services, ends
today. Cypress officials
said they were not inter-
ested in staying on as the
property's management
Now the Springs will
close for at least 90 days
as the two govern-
ments go through a
competitive bidding
process for a short-term
operator to run the spa
for 12 months. During
that time, the boards will
work on an agreement
for a long-term operator.
Because the city and
county didn't communi-
cate with Cypress, most
contracts with subcon-
tractors expire today as
well, including for a spa
billboard on Interstate 75
in Punta Gorda, the
Springs' website and all
other advertising.
A temporary fence will
be installed Tuesday to
secure the lake, and a
security guard will be on
the property 24 hours a
day. Extra police protec-
tion has been added and


missing a lot of the fun,"
he said. "But that's up
to them. It's a 'freedom'
swim, they can do it
however they want."
Beverly Back, 44,
has taken part in the
Freedom Swim three
times, and it became a
family affair last year.
Back's now-ex-
husband, their two kids,
Back's friend and her son
all formed "like a little
pod," said Back.
Two from the pod trav-
eled in kayaks and were
surrounded by the rest,
who were swimming.
The kayaks provided the
swimmers something to
grab onto and rest when
needed. The setup was
practical, but Back has
seen some less-than-
ideal contraptions in the
"I've seen people use
milk jugs," she said.
'And one time my fiance
had one of those big,


"That's the total for the
entire county. It's not a large
number," said Constance.
"I think it's the compas-
sionate thing to do. I'm in


There are nearly 100 Warm
Mineral Springs Day Spa season
pass-holders who have already
paid. With the property's closure
today, those individuals can get
a refund. The money is being
held in a special fund.
Pass-holders will be given
a pro-rated refund. For more
information, call 941-426-1692,
or call 941-861-5000 and ask
for Sarasota County Parks and

city and county staff will
be on-site regularly.
"We had to cancel all of
our advertising contracts,"
said site manager Gene
Vaccaro, adding Cypress
spent thousands of dollars
advertising locally, region-
ally, nationally and interna-
tionally. "We were advertis-
ing the dinner shows (at
on-site restaurant CafO
Evergreen) locally and the
lake internationally. When
we first took over the spa,
the spa (which is popular
with Eastern Europeans)
wasn't being marketed
throughout the United
States. We began doing it
and found families liked
to come here with their
children. The faces of the
Springs began to change.
The culture changed too.
We built a very successful
Employing more than
40 workers required
an estimated $700,000
payroll through Cypress,
which was paid for in
part through advertising,
expanding the services
at the spa to include
bottling mineral water,
creating facial products
with the minerals from
the lake, and sponsoring
dinner shows. Now, those
employees, as well as
about 14 with the Caf6,
are losing their jobs.
The employees have
written and called media
outlets including "Good
Morning America," the
"Today" show and Oprah
Winfrey's "Oprah" show
trying to bring national
attention to the closure
of North Port's only
tourist attraction.
Vaccaro said once ad-
vertising halts, it's going
to be a challenge to get
the momentum back.
Lynn Hobeck-Bates,
communications man-
ager of Visit Sarasota
County, said they, too,
will stop telling visitors

blow-up swans.... It was
pretty hysterical."
Back has even seen
people strip off their
bathing suits and swim
across the river in the
nude, which has become
somewhat of a tradition.
"I've never done that,"
she insisted. "But there
are people out there that
Doug Chirinos, 41,
agrees the swim is "just
a way to let loose out
Chirinos is aware of
the crazy antics, includ-
ing naked swimming.
He's done the swim
(clothed) once before.
But he has a different
approach than three
years ago when he
swam halfway and got
"This year I rented a
kayak," he said, adding
that his girlfriend will be
joining him.
"Instead of swimming
it this time, let's relax
and watch the swim-
mers," he said is the

In an effort to unload its
inventory, Cypress Lending has
sent out multiple email blasts
promoting an "emergency sale"
at Warm Mineral Springs Day
"Everything must go,"at the
day spa, including equipment,
furniture, tools, decor, shelving,
and inventory at its gift shop.
"Bring cash and bring
a truck,"the email states.
"Everything must be gone by
some price by 5 p.m. (today)."
The sale continues at 12200 San
Servando Ave., North Port, with
everything sold as-is, no returns
or refunds.
Additionally, Cypress is
encouraging the public to
"swim for the last time or the
first time"today in the Springs'
87-degree, mineral-rich waters.
A 9 a.m.-5 p.m. day pass is
$20, or $15 for Sarasota County
residents. Bathers will get a
free pair of flip-flops with every
admission, while supplies last.
Caf6 Evergreen will also be open
for lunch and snacks.
For more information, call

and guests to Sarasota
about the Springs.
"Once it reopens,
we will talk about the
Springs to potential
guests who are planning
to come to Sarasota
for vacation," she said.
"In the past, we have
taken writers from other
countries to the spa."
North Port Area
Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director Bill
Gunnin said the Springs
is a part of regular adver-
tising when it comes to
marketing North Port.
"The Springs is on
our community guide,"
he said. "We send out
information about North
Port, and Warm Mineral
Springs is a part of it.
When they have free
events at the spa, we help
get the word out through
email blasts to our mem-
bers. The Springs is a
member of the chamber.
We have had events (like
business expos) there
to show off the lake to
guests and members.
"It's a shame it's closing.
When it reopens, we will
work with the operator to
help tell people it's up and
running again. We hope
it's sooner than later."

Freedom Swims have
certainly rendered
Haymans recalled
there was a time in
the late 1990s when
swim co-founder Frank
Desguin jumped into
water that was so
shallow he got injured.
Desguin used a flotation
device and paddled his
way across despite the
A few years later,
potentially harmful
weather threatened to
plague the swim.
"The year we had a
lightning storm in the
middle, that was inter-
esting," said Haymans.
"(Authorities) were try-
ing to get us out of the
water and we were like,
'No, get out of here.'"
It only took a few years
of fun early on for the
founders to know they
had a hit.
"We sort of knew it
caught the interest of the
community and it would
grow," said Haymans.

Hatches celebrate 65 years

Robert and Betty Jo Hatch of Punta
Gorda, Fla., will celebrate their
65th anniversary Wednesday,
July 10, 2013.
They were married July 10, 1948, at
First Presbyterian Church of Portville,
N.Y., with 200 guests in attendance.
Robert is a retired high school admin-
istrator in New York, and Betty Jo also is
retired. They have lived in the area for
14 years.
Betty Jo and Robert have three
sons, Steven (Laurie) of Delray Beach,
Fla., Mark (Jane) of Mahopac, N.Y.,
and Brooks (Margi) of Corvallis,
Ore.; five grandchildren; and two
The couple will celebrate their an-
niversary Thursday, July 4, 2013, with
friends and neighbors at Lakewood
Village in Punta Gorda.

Hunters celebrate 50 years

Ioan and Richard Hunter of Port
Charlotte, Fla., celebrated their 50th
anniversary Saturday, June 22, 2013.
They have lived in the area for 35
years. Joan is a retired nurse, and
Richard is retired from the U.S. Navy
They have four children, Holly
(Mike) Vida of Port Charlotte, Shawn
of Orlando, Fla., Kay of Port Charlotte,
and Flo of Port Charlotte; two grand-
children; and one great-grandchild.
Family planned to visit from out of
state to celebrate the Hunters' 50th an-
niversary during the last week of June.

Deeses celebrate 50 years

Dennis and Shirley Dees of
Punta Gorda, Fla., will cel-
ebrate their 50th wedding an-
niversary Saturday, July 6, 2013.
They were married July 6, 1963, at
Charlotte Harbor Baptist Church.
Dennis is a lifelong resident of
Punta Gorda, and Shirley moved to
Punta Gorda in 1960 from Georgia.
He is retired from the plaster and
stucco business, and she is a retired
They are both retired and enjoy
camping and being volunteer hosts
at state parks in Florida, Georgia and
North Carolina.
Dennis and Shirley have two
children, Connie (Willie) Winesett
and Dennis Dees Jr.; and five grand-
children, Dennis D. Dees, Matthew
L. Jones, Angelina L. Dees, Kayla C.
Jones and Abby Dees.
The will celebrate the occasion at
the Deep Creek Elks with family and

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No real option

but to approve

Dollar General

OUR POSITION: An ideal fit?
Maybe not. A legal and appro-
priate use? So it seems.
Right now, the intersection
at Price and Cranberry
boulevards in North
Port is densely wooded on all
four corners with single-family
homes along the roads into the
distance. The people who live
around there may not expect
the woodlots to remain, but
they've made it perfectly clear
they don't want anything but
houses near them in the future.
They may well be
The city's Planning and
Zoning Advisory Board recently
approved a commercial project
that would see construction
of a 10,000-square-foot Dollar
General store, along with some
smaller businesses, on one
corner of the intersection.
Despite the objections from
nearby residents, the board
decided correctly, it seems to
us that the developer had all
legal rights to build there. The
intersection is zoned for com-
mercial use, and has been for
decades. The City Commission
will review the application
July 8, but they may have no
other option than approval. If
they don't, the city will face a
property rights lawsuit it seems
likely to lose. That would be an
irresponsible waste of taxpayers'
The neighbors aren't giving
up. They've mounted a petition
drive. They've printed T-shirts
to signify their opposition.
They posted protests online.
They've voiced objections about
increased traffic, the possibility
of increased crime and they've
even bad-mouthed the quality
of items that would be sold at
the store. Frankly, those argu-
ments seem weak.
Price and Cranberry are
relatively busy roads. This
intersection isn't in the middle
of a neighborhood; it isn't the
corner of Lucaya Avenue and
Wapello Street, or Cerona
Terrace and Alesion Avenue.
These are main roads, with a
traffic light and turning lanes at
the intersection.
In future, it will be even
busier, regardless of commercial
development. The city's popula-
tion now stands at 57,000. It will
grow: at build-out, North Port
is expected to have well above
200,000 residents. It's only a
matter of time.
And the arguments about
crime and Dollar General's qual-
ity? Frankly, they're off-base,
if not offensive. A scan of an
advertising flier showed sales of
brand-name soda, chips, frozen
pizza, cereal, ice cream and
coffee, dog food, detergent, mo-
tor oil and bug spray. Cheaper,
maybe, but not cheap.
Still, we understand the
desire of residents to maintain
the integrity of their neighbor-
hoods. The City Commission
did the right thing recently
when it rejected a proposal
for an assisted living facility
in a residential neighborhood.
But that was to be located in
the midst of a neighborhood,
with neighborhood streets. The
project also required a change
in land use.
The Price-Cranberry inter-
section is a different kind of
place. These are well-trafficked
roads. The existing zoning is not
residential. It was no mystery
that it might someday become a
commercial node: Anyone who
looked at the zoning map would
have seen that.
Perhaps the zoning should
have been changed years before.
Perhaps the city should review
all the commercial node zoning
like this in the future. But the
city decided years ago this was
an appropriate and desirable

use for this intersection. It is in
the ordinances. Like it or not,
that is inescapable.


This can of soda
particularly tasty

Yes, there are still kind young
men out there between the
ages of 17 and 20.
A few days ago on a hot,
humid afternoon, I was at
Englewood Walmart and de-
cided to get a soda. While I was
getting my money out to pay
for my soda, this young man
and his girlfriend approached
me and he stated he wanted to
pay for my soda.
I turned and looked at the
young man and said, "Excuse
me?" I was not sure that I
heard him correctly. The young
man again stated he wanted to
pay for my soda.
The man stated, "I want to
do my good deed for today. I
want to show others that just
because we have spike hair-
cuts, earrings in our nose, and
wear our pants down low, that
we are still good kids." He also
stated that he used to do good
deeds before, but stopped. He
decided he would like to start
doing good deeds again.
He told me he just got paid,
so he had the money to pay
for my soda. He handed me
a dollar bill and asked me to
please take the dollar. I took
the dollar, said, "Thank you,
may God bless you, and to
keep up the good work."
I opened the soda can and
took a sip. I turned back to the
young man and said that he
made my soda taste extra well.
Carol Bryant
Port Charlotte

Absurd situation
in North Port
Watching our North Port
commissioners at work is
always entertaining, but
watching the unraveling of our
beautiful city is just sad.
I'd have to agree with the
letter on June 26. "Mayor Yates,
time to leave" hit the nail on
the head. The leadership, or
lack of it, seems to not be in
our best interests at all.
The dissolving of the
Economic Development Board
is absolutely absurd. Every
healthy city seeks out the
most knowledgeable people
they can find. Would you not
go out of your way to hire an
informed plumber to do your
plumbing work over your
neighbor who said, "I'll give it

a try"?
I ask you what city govern-
ment withdraws from their
own Chamber of Commerce?
I love living in North Port, but
I would like to also shop here,
thus support our city, and as a
homeowner have some of the
tax burden be shared by busi-
nesses. I also find it very strange
that Mayor Yates, with her
strong distaste of our chamber
and our business community,
introduced our city manager's
state of the city address at the
Chamber of Commerce. Is this
another Yates' hypocrisy?
Patricia Giuffre
North Port

North Porters
are displeased

If you live in Englewood,
how dare you presume to
speak for North Porters?
Ask the young parent who
must drive to Sarasota or Fort
Myers to work if they want jobs
to come to North Port. Ask the
teen who can't afford to drive
even as far as Punta Gorda to
work after school with gas at
$3.45 a gallon. Ask the mom
who would like to work while
her kids are in school if she
wants jobs to come to North
Port. Ask Mary and all of the
other great people who worked
at Warm Mineral Springs how
they feel about it.
You are right about one
thing: North Port citizens
are not happy with this
state of affairs. Come elec-
tion time Mayor Yates and
Commissioners Cook and
DeFranco will find out just
how unhappy the majority of
us are. They should all resign
now before they cost us any
more jobs or money.
Beth Hornick
North Port

Help is needed
in neighborhood

We live in a very nice sub-
division in Charlotte County.
About five years or so ago our
next-door neighbors passed
away. There were no close rela-
tives so the property has been
No one sees to the main-
tenance of the grass, and on
occasion the doors have been
left open. The condition of
the home is deplorable. There
have been rats and snakes
in the yard. I keep records
of when I call code enforce-
ment about this situation. I
have been told on one or two

occasions that there have been
no calls, that someone must
come out and look at the grass,
it takes a month to get some-
one out, etc.
Why does this become our
responsibility to see that the
grass is cut by calling time and
again. The residents in our
community work hard to keep
their property. This is hurting
our neighborhood. Could
you find out how this can be
accomplished? So far, nothing
is working. Any help you could
give us would be appreciated.
Alma Pate-Jones
Punta Gorda

Business as usual
in Charlotte County

Thank you, Mr. Skidmore
and the Charlotte County
I would like to express my
opinion as a Charlotte County
taxpayer on this matter.
I would rather pay my tax
dollars to the woman who
sued Mr. Skidmore, than to
give a single penny to
Mr. Skidmore's lawyer.
Every citizen in this county
should be outraged at this
disgraceful approval of dishing
out my and your tax money
for Mr. Skidmore's legal bills.
Mr. Skidmore has been seen
dining out, but does not have
the ability to pay for his legal
Typical Charlotte County
business as usual. Disgusting.
Joe Plitnick

CEO Obama
would be fired

President Obama's ratings
have recently dropped like a
rock, with the bottom nowhere
in sight. The same can be said
of his credibility standing.
After consistently striking a
familiar, chin-lifted pose while
making bold declarations
about firm stands he intends
to take on issues of national
importance, he has repeatedly
backed away from such verbal
commitments. Our would-be
leader has quickly come to be
regarded not only at home,
but throughout the world as
a man who, at best, has wishy-
washy principles and lacks
genuine conviction.
His ineffectiveness causes
other friendly nations to see
the U.S. as an unreliable ally
and those countries with
which adversarial relation-
ships exist view us "paper

tigers." These foes are no
longer apprehensive or fearful
of retribution about any stance
we might take as a result of
their negative actions.
For example, Syria defi-
antly used the lethal toxic
chemical sarin in response
to Obama's "red line" threat.
"Transparency" during his
tenure was assured by the
president, but just like the
"red line" he daringly drew
for Syria's President Assad,
that too has glaringly been
revealed as just another hollow
His penchant for leading
from behind and purported
unawareness of deleterious
actions that occurred within
the IRS, FBI, Department of
Justice, etc., causes one to
wonder just what Mr. Obama
perceives his role to be as
president. Were he the CEO
of a reputable company, he
would by now have likely been
summarily fired by its board of
Jim Townsend
Punta Gorda

Outraged by
Skidmore payment

I totally agree with a recent
letter in regards to paying
Robert Skidmore's attorney fees.
I am outraged to hear that
the commissioners have
the audacity to make such
a decision to spend taxpay-
ers' hard-earned money on
anyone's defense. Skidmore
has a bad reputation as it is.
Why on earth would we spend
one dime on him? Something
is wrong with this picture.
I, for one, cannot believe
some of the things I see hap-
pening with city and govern-
ment officials down here.
People getting away with driv-
ing drunk, destroying prop-
erty and showing up to work
drunk? Now I am wondering if
our tax money went to get that
one out of trouble also.
Kim Remer
Punta Gorda

Flag is missing
at Cultural Center

Last week I passed the flag
pole at the Cultural Center
and noticed that there was no
flag. I assumed it was being
Yesterday, I again went past
the flag pole, and still no flag,
so I telephoned the Cultural
Center to ask what had hap-
pened to the flag.
I was connected through
three staffers. None had
noticed that there was no
flag and none knew what had
happened to the flag that had
been there.
I could not believe that
staffers had not noticed that
the flag was missing.
Does anyone at the center
know what happened and
when the flag will be replaced?
Evelyn Richardson
Port Charlotte

Feral cats
now like pets

We, on Sibley Bay Street,
appreciate the services of
Community Cats of Charlotte
for helping with our feral cat
population. We had been
concerned about these cats
over-breeding, killing birds,
fighting, etc.
Last spring CCC spayed/
neutered eight feral cats that
live near us. Now we are able to
feed and take care of our feral
crew, as well as our own pets.
Bonnie Southwind
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The Sun /Sunday, June 30, 2013

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A unique attraction is potentially a great one

Good morning.
There is nothing like
it in our sunny south.
After tens of thousands
of years, boiling water
continues to escape
from a hot spot a mile or
more beneath the earth.
By the time it reaches
the base of the spring to
mix with cooler flows,
it has cooled to 94 de-
grees. Spring, winter
or summer, you can
count on it reaching the
surface in the mid-80s.
Warm Mineral Springs
in North Port is an
unmatched and under-
appreciated Florida trea-
sure. It has been 35 years
since Betty and I took
our first relaxed swim
there. This week looked
like the Springs' last
for a while as a unique
Florida attraction.
Tens of thousands of
years ago it was a cavern
beneath the earth,
carved from the lime-
stone by the water that
flowed in underground

streams. Flowing water
gradually dissolved
the softer parts of the
limestone that lies
beneath the shallow
layer of sand and earth
which keeps much
of peninsular Florida
above sea level. At some
point the cave ceiling
collapsed, creating a
cone of debris in a great
sinkhole 230 feet deep
and nearly the same
distance across. In the
Ice Age, when Florida
stretched many miles
into the present Gulf of
Mexico, the water level
in the sink hole may
have been 100 feet lower
than today's surface.

Prehistoric animals such
as the giant sloth met
their death when they
slipped over the side.
The hourglass shape of
Warm Mineral Springs
made it impossible to
crawl out at the prehis-
toric water level.
The warm water con-
tinues to flow and renew
the springs at a steady
nine million gallons a
day before making its
way to the Myakka River.
When I first enjoyed
the 87 degree water
temperature during a
swim in the Springs 35
years ago, the concrete
block changing rooms
and showers were
pretty basic. The view
across the water was of
a not-too-distant block
house. It was interest-
ing to listen to, but not
understand, the variety
of eastern European
languages on all sides
while the true believers
gloried in the rotten egg
sulfur odor and coated

their bodies with the
mud scooped from the
pond shallows.
A walk around the
Springs grounds this
week showed what some
thoughtful and loving
attention can do. The
first thing that struck
me was that the rotten
egg odor had disap-
peared. Gene Vaccaro,
who has managed the
property for Cypress
Development, said it
might be the diminished
algae growth that mini-
mized the problem of
the powerful sulfur smell.
There are those true
believers in the healing
of the mineral-rich water
who suspect the absence
of the sulfur odor drifting
over the small lake means
a lessening of the cura-
tive strength.
The damp concrete
bathrooms and showers
of earlier years have been
replaced by new con-
struction with modern
bathrooms. A small

attractive restaurant
was created and leased
to skillful operators.
Landscaping around the
deep spring-fed pond
and persistent mainte-
nance has created a mini
80-acre oasis that blocks
out any view of resi-
dences or parking lot.
The afternoon I was
there this past week,
people of all ages from
tots to great-grandpar-
ents, were enjoying the
waters. The mineral-rich
water makes floating al-
most effortless. Beneath
the branches of a large
tree a small group was
taking a yoga lesson.
Seeing how much
improvement has been
achieved, it is possible
to dream about what
might be done with
dedication and imagina-
tion. Selby Gardens in
Sarasota, Bok Tower
Gardens in Lake Wales,
and what Dick Pope did
with Cypress Gardens in
the 1930s and '40s come

to mind.
There are those who
will swear they are alive
and well today because
of the healing power of
the Springs. The mud
and minerals may or may
not have healing proper-
ties, but the warmth
of the water, attractive
landscaping, and the
camaraderie of the visi-
tors can add to anyone's
feeling of well-being.
For the hundreds who
were drawn to retire in
North Port and the busi-
nesses large and small
that depend on meet-
ing the needs of both
residents and visitors,
the closing of Warm
Mineral Springs is a
tragedy of misjudgment
and missed opportunity.
It can be turned into
an opportunity with an
even broader vision.
Derek Dunn-Rankin is
chairman of Sun Coast
Media Group. He can
be reached at derekdr@

Time caught up with the Voting Rights Act

( T ut history did
not end in
'B 1965."
Chief Justice John
Roberts on Tuesday
Progressives resent
progress when it renders
anachronistic once-valid
reasons for enlarging
the federal govern-
ment's supervisory and
coercive powers. Hence
they regret Tuesday's
Supreme Court rul-
ing that progress has
rendered Section 4 of the
1965 Voting Rights Act
This section stipulates
the formula by which
nine states and some ju-
risdictions in others are
brought under Section 5,
which requires them
to get federal permis-
sion preclearancee"
- for even the most
minor changes in voting
procedures. The 15th
Amendment empowers
Congress to enforce with
"appropriate legisla-
tion" the right to vote.
Sections 4 and 5 were
appropriate 48 years
ago, when the preclear-
ance provisions were en-
acted for five years. They
have been extended four

times, most recently in
2006 for 25 years.
The VRA is the noblest
legislation in American
history, more transfor-
mative than the 1862
Homestead Act, the 1862
Morrill Act (land-grant
colleges) or the 1944
GI Bill of Rights. But
extraordinary laws that
once were constitu-
tional, in spite of being
discordant with the
nation's constitutional
architecture, can be-
come unconstitutional
when facts that made
the law appropriate
change. The most recent
data, such as registra-
tion and voting rates, on
which Section 4 is based,
are from 1972. The
data would have been
59 years old when the
most recent extension
would have expired in

2031. Tuesday's decision
prevents this absurdity
that Congress embraced.
In 2009, in a case in
which the court chose
not to rule on the con-
tinuing constitutionality
of the VRA's formula, the
court Chief Justice
Roberts writing for
the majority clearly
challenged Congress to
update the VRA because
it "imposes current
burdens and must be
justified by current
needs." On Tuesday,
Roberts tersely said
Section 4 is "based on
decades-old data and
eradicated practices."
The 2006 extension
was passed by votes
of 390-33 and 98-0 in
the House and Senate,
respectively. Justice
Antonin Scalia suggested
during February's oral
argument that these
numbers indicated not
conviction based on
reflection about con-
tinuing necessities but
rather the reluctance of
risk-averse legislators to
vote against something
with the "wonderful"
name Voting Rights
Act. Scalia should have

cited the actual name
of the 2006 extension:
the "Fannie Lou Hamer,
Rosa Parks, and Coretta
Scott King Voting Rights
Act Reauthorization
and Amendments Act."
It is anti-constitutional
to argue that it would
have been admirable
"restraint" for the court
to respect Congress'
decision to extend all of
the VRA whether from
conviction, cowardice
or sloth regardless
of what the court has
called the act's "substan-
tial federalism costs."
Tuesday's decision
came nine years after a
presidential election in
which most of the states
where higher portions of
whites than blacks were
registered were in states
(e.g., Massachusetts) not
covered by Section 5.
The decision came eight
months after a presiden-
tial election in which
African- Americans
voted at a higher rate
than whites. It came
when in a majority of
the nine states covered
by the preclearance
requirements, blacks are
registered at a higher

rate than whites. It
came when Mississippi
has more black elected
officials not more per
capital; more than any
other state.
The Supreme Court's
1896 Plessy v. Ferguson
decision affirming the
constitutionality of
racial segregation in
separate but supposedly
equal public accommo-
dations rejected the idea
that such segregation
imposed a "badge of in-
feriority." But of course
it did, as the court
acknowledged in its 1954
school desegregation
ruling. And during oral
argument in February,
Justice Stephen Breyer
suggested the VRA
remains constitutional
because it acknowledges
the South's continuing
moral inferiority. He
likened Southern racism
to a dormant but still
dangerous disease:
"Imagine a state has
a plant disease, and in
1965 you can recognize
the presence of that
disease. ... Now, it's
evolved. ... But we know
one thing: The disease is
still there in the state."

Breyer's insinuation
was that we "know"
the covered jurisdic-
tions remain uniquely
diseased, or potentially
so. Tuesday, Roberts'
response was that (in
words from a prior court
ruling) "the constitu-
tional equality of the
states is essential to the
harmonious operation
of the scheme upon
which the Republic was
Section 5 is now a
nullity because it lacks
force absent a Section 4
formula for identifying
covered jurisdictions,
and today's Congress
will properly refuse
to enact another stig-
matizing formula. On
Tuesday, however, the
court paid the VRA the
highest possible tribute
by saying the act's key
provision is no longer
constitutional because
the act has changed
pertinent facts that
once made it so.
George Will is a
columnist for The
Washington Post.
Readers may reach him
at georgewill@washpost.

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's contempt

Supreme Court Jus-
tice Anthony Ken-
nedy has contempt
for a swath of his fellow
If you disagree with
him about gay marriage,
indeed, if you merely
think the federal govern-
ment should continue
to define marriage the
traditional way while the
states define it however
they want, then you are
a bigot. Your views
deserve no political
They should be ground
underfoot by the five
mightiest and most
broad-minded people in
the land, presiding from
their temple of rational-
ity and tolerance at the
United States Supreme
Kennedy wrote the
majority decision
striking down the 1996
Defense of Marriage Act,
which defines marriage
as a union between a
man and a woman for
purposes of federal law.
The decision declared a
position that had been
held by President Barack
Obama until the day
before yesterday as being
a relic of barbarism, and
set the predicate for the
court in its wisdom,
nay, in its heightened

state of enlightenment
- to enshrine its view of
marriage as the law from
sea to shining sea.
The majority held
that DOMA inflicts an
"injury and indignity"
on gay couples so severe
that it denies "an es-
sential part of the liberty
protected by the Fifth
Amendment." It is
motivated by a "'bare
congressional desire
to harm a politically
unpopular group.'" There
is, in short, nothing to
be said for it or the point
of view of its supporters.
Period. Full stop.
Kennedy mumbles
about federalism con-
cerns, but it's hard to
argue that the federal
government can't work
from its own definition of
marriage. As Ed Whelan
of the Ethics and Public
Policy Center points out,
it has myriad programs
that require such a

"Under provisions of
the Internal Revenue
Code," Whelan writes,
"a person who is le-
gally separated from
his spouse, but not yet
divorced, is treated as
unmarried, as is a person
whose spouse is a non-
resident alien. Likewise,
under the immigration
laws, a marriage entered
into for the purpose of
gaining an immigrant's
admission will be disre-
garded even though that
marriage remains valid
under state law."
Justice Antonin Scalia
asks in his dissent: If a gay
couple marries in Albany,
where gay marriage is
recognized, and moves
to Alabama, where it is
not, is the federal govern-
ment supposed to defer
to the law of New York or
Alabama? DOMA settles
the question.

In the end, Kennedy
simply declares the sup-
porters of DOMA hateful
people. The members
of Congress who passed
the act and the president
who signed it are morally
no better than members
of the Westboro Baptist
Church who picket mili-
tary funerals with their
heinous "God hates fags"
signs. Bill Clinton, appar-
ently, despised gays. So
did 342 members of the
House and 85 senators.
Bill Clinton now
wishes he hadn't signed
it. Like so many others,
he changed his mind on
the issue. Fine. There is
nothing to stop Congress
from overturning what
Bill Clinton considers his
mistakes. It did it with
"don't ask, don't tell."
It could have done the
same thing eventually
- with DOMA.

But Justice Kennedy
and his colleagues don't
want to wait for the
democratic process to
play itself out, not when
they have such immense
power to do whatever the
hell they want.
Properly understood,
the court's role here
is minimal, and the
decision could have been
rendered in a sentence.
To wit, as Scalia wrote,
"It is enough to say that
the Constitution neither
requires nor forbids
our society to approve
of same-sex marriage,
much as it neither
requires nor forbids us
to approve of no-fault
divorce, polygamy or the

consumption of alcohol."
The court stipulated
that it still permits the
states, if not Congress
and the president, to
debate and decide the
issue themselves. This
is a false assurance,
though. Once the high
court has declared that
the traditional definition
is a product of irrational
animus, over time it
won't be allowed to stand
It is Anthony Kennedy's
country. We only live in
Rich Lowry is the editor
of the National Review.
Readers may reach him
at comments. lowry@

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The Sun /Sunday, June 30, 2013

Invest, divest and prosper

It has been a busy
news week, what
with voting rights,
gay marriage and Paula
Deen. Even so, it's re-
markable how little at-
tention the news media
gave to President Barack
Obama's new "climate
action plan." Discount,
if you like, the terrific
speech he gave when
unveiling the proposal;
this is, nonetheless, a
very big deal. For this
time around, Obama
wasn't touting legisla-
tion we know won't
pass. The new plan is,
instead, designed to
rely on executive action.
This means that, unlike
earlier efforts to address
climate change, it can
bypass the anti-environ-
mentalists who control
the House of Represen-
Republicans real-
ize this, and they're
stamping their feet in
frustration. All they
can do, it seems, is
fulminate (and perhaps
scare the administration
into backing down).
Interestingly, however,
right now they don't
seem eager to attack
climate science, maybe

because that would
make them sound un-
reasonable (which they
are). Instead, they're
going for the economic
angle, denouncing the
Obama administration
for waging a "war on
coal" that will destroy
And you know what?
They're half-right. The
new Obama plan is, to
some extent, a war on
coal because reduc-
ing our use of coal is,
necessarily, going to
be part of any serious
effort to reduce green-
house gas emissions.
But making war on coal
won't destroy jobs. In
fact, serious new regula-
tion of greenhouse
emissions could be
just what our economy
So, what is the
plan? Mainly, Obama

announced his inten-
tion to use the powers
of the Environmental
Protection Agency to
impose limits on carbon
emissions from power
plants. Such plants
aren't the only source
of greenhouse gases,
but they do account
for about 40 percent of
emissions. Furthermore,
regulating power-plant
emissions is standard
practice; we already
have policies limiting
these plants' emissions
of pollutants such as
sulfur dioxide and mer-
cury, so adding carbon
to the list isn't that
much of a departure, at
least in principle.
But wouldn't imposing
carbon limits raise the
cost of electricity? And
wouldn't that destroy
jobs? The answer is, yes
and no.
Yes, new rules on
carbon emissions would
increase the costs of
electricity generation.
Power companies would
probably close some old
coal-fired plants, turn-
ing to more expensive
lower-emission alterna-
tives to some extent
renewables like wind,

but mainly natural
gas. Furthermore, they
would be forced to in-
vest in new capacity to
replace the old sources.
All of this would,
indeed, lead to some-
what higher electricity
bills although not
nearly as high as the
usual suspects claim.
It's kind of funny,
actually: right-wingers
love to praise the power
of free markets and
declare that the private
sector can deal with
any problem, but then
turn around and insist
that the private sector
will just throw up its
hands in despair and
collapse in the face of
new environmental
rules. The actual les-
son of history for
example, from efforts
to protect the ozone
layer and reduce acid
rain is that business
can generally reduce
emissions much more
cheaply than you think,
as long as regulation is
flexible to allow innova-
tive solutions.
Still, there will be
some cost. Won't this
destroy jobs? Actually,

It's always important
to remember that what
ails the U.S. economy
right now isn't lack of
productive capacity,
but lack of demand.
The housing bust, the
overhang of household
debt and ill-timed cuts
in public spending have
created a situation in
which nobody wants
to spend; and because
your spending is my
income and my spend-
ing is your income, this
leads to a depressed
economy overall.
How would forcing
the power industry
to clean up its act
worsen this situation?
It wouldn't, because
neither costs nor lack of
capacity are constrain-
ing the economy right
And, as I've already
suggested, environ-
mental action could
actually have a positive
effect. Suppose that
electric utilities, in
order to meet the new
rules, decide to close
some existing power
plants and invest in
new, lower-emission
capacity. Well, that's an
increase in spending,

and more spending
is exactly what our
economy needs.
OK, it's still not clear
whether any of this
will happen. Some of
the people I talk to
are cynical about the
new climate initia-
tive, believing that the
president won't actually
follow through. All I can
say is, I hope they're
Near the end of his
speech, the president
urged his audience to:
"Invest. Divest. Remind
folks there's no contra-
diction between a sound
environment and strong
economic growth."
Normally, one would be
tempted to dismiss this
as the sound of some-
one waving away the
need for hard choices.
But, in this case, it was
simple good sense:
We really can invest in
new energy sources,
divest from old sources,
and actually make the
economy stronger. So
let's do it.
Paul Krugman is a
columnist for The New
York Times. He can
be reached via www.
newyorktimes. com.

Celebration at the Supreme Court

he moment
Justice Anthony
Kennedy said the
words "Section 3 of
DOMA is in violation
of the Fifth Amend-
ment" a muffled
cheer pierced the quiet
in the Supreme Court
Heads turned to the
audience and secu-
rity officers looked for
the offender, but the
celebration was just
A few minutes later,
as the dissenting Justice
Antonin Scalia was
accusing the majority
of making opponents
of same-sex marriage
look like "enemies of
the human race" and
"unhinged members
of a wild-eyed lynch
mob," those seated near
the chamber's windows
heard vibrations that
sounded at first like a
But this was no
aircraft: Word that the
court had just dis-
mantled the Defense
of Marriage Act and
thereby removed
federal obstacles to
same-sex marriage

had made its way
from the courtroom to
news broadcasts and
finally to the hundreds
of gay-rights support-
ers massing in front of
the court. Their cheers
echoed over the marble
facade, across the
cloistered courtyards
and into the hallowed
chamber itself.
Twenty minutes
later, after the justices
announced a second
opinion that killed
off a California ban
on gay marriage, the
same-sex couples who
had brought the case
against the California
law emerged from the
courthouse with one
of their lawyers, David
Boies, and raised their
linked hands in tri-
umph at the top of the

The crowd chanted,
"Thank you! Thank
you!" and then, "USA!
"Today is a great
day for American
children and families,"
lead plaintiff Kristin
Perry said into the
microphones as her
partner, Sandra Stier,
stood at her side.
"Sandy and I want to
say how happy we are
not only to be able to
return to California and
finally get married, but
to be able to say to the
children in California
... 'No matter what
family you're in, you are
Gay-rights advocates
could not reasonably
have hoped for a better
result than the one the
Supreme Court gave
them on its final day
in session: Kennedy
joining with the court's
liberal justices to con-
demn the federal law
discriminating against
same-sex marriage,
and Chief Justice John
Roberts leading an
ideologically mixed
majority in refusing to
reinstate California's

Proposition 8 because
the law's defenders
lacked legal standing.
The combined effect
was to make clear that
the court would not
stand in the way of the
inexorable march to-
ward marriage equality.
Kennedy spoke
conversationally but
delivered a moral
denunciation of DOMA
for stigmatizing same-
sex couples and hu-
miliating their children.
"No legitimate purpose
overcomes the purpose
and effect to disparage
and to injure those
whom the state, by its
marriage laws, sought
to protect in person-
hood and dignity," he
Roberts, who sur-
prised many with
his ruling in favor of
"Obamacare" last year,
did so again on this
session's final day. He
didn't address the legal-
ity of same-sex marriage
but, by refusing to prop
up Prop 8, his opinion
had the same result.
Roberts merely said that
those citizens trying to
defend the California

ban had only "a general-
ized grievance," which
"no matter how sincere
is insufficient to confer
Scalia agreed with
Roberts on that, giving
the chief justice conser-
vative cover. But Scalia's
criticism of Kennedy's
ruling in the DOMA
case went on for nearly
12 minutes longer
than Kennedy took
to announce it. While
Kennedy sat, chin on
fist, Scalia ridiculed the
majority's "self-aggran-
dizement" and "clumsy"
intervention, and he
accused his colleagues
of "real cheek" for their
"lengthy lecture on how
superior the majority's
moral judgment in favor
of same-sex marriage
Seconds after Roberts
adjourned for the sum-
mer, a woman's exultant
cry echoed through the
court's central foyer and
was quickly met with
shushing. But there was
no quieting the hun-
dreds who had gathered
on the sidewalk, many
waving rainbow flags
or signs thanking the

plaintiffs. A gay men's
chorus assembled.
More people joined the
Some wept for
joy, some cheered
or took photos, and
all perspired in the
brutal heat. The few
opponents of same-sex
marriage were mostly
on the edges of the
carnival. Police tried to
hold back the crowd as
the plaintiffs reached
the cameras.
"Today the court said
that I am more equal,
that we are more equal,"
plaintiff Jeff Zarrillo told
the tangle of journalists
and celebrants. "I look
forward to growing old
with the man I love."
That man, Paul
Katami, stepped to the
microphones. "Today,"
he said, "I finally get
to look at the man that
I love and finally say,
'Will you please marry
The two men then
sealed it with a kiss.
Dana Milbank is a
Washington Post colum-
nist. Readers may reach
him at danamilbank@

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County births
Anthony Fashauer II, to Tara
and Anthony Fashauer of Port
Charlotte, at 1:57 p.m. May 17. He
weighed 8 pounds.
Otto Vonn Winford Hyde,
to Brett and Kathryn Hyde
of Port Charlotte, at 12:21 p.m.
June 18. He weighed 7 pounds,
8.2 ounces.
Preston Michael Towne, to
Tara and Seth Towne of Punta
Gorda, at 8:51 a.m. June 19. He
weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces.
Richard Mitchell Burke, to
Alene and Brian Burke of Port
Charlotte, at 11:49 a.m. June 25. He
weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces.
Brayden James Wayne
Oman, to Maria Carrillo and
Martin Oman of Port Charlotte,

at 8:23 a.m. June 26. He weighed
6 pounds, 12 ounces.

County marriages
Wayne Christopher Brue of Punta
Gorda, and Joyce Dahl of Punta Gorda
Michael Wayne Hill of Cherokee
Village, Ark., and Roxanne Marie
Johnson of Pocahontas, Ark.
Jason Julius Knoll of O'Fallon,
Mo., and Jennifer Lynn Boland of
O'Fallon, Mo.
Jimmy Rios of North Port, and
Lona Tatiana Fontaine of North Port
Justin Michael Soth of Rotonda
West, and Elizabeth Delpaine of
Rotonda West
Robert Emory Lewis of Port
Charlotte, and Tennille Renee
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Storage Wars" now
through July 13, to collect
food and donations for
the Charlotte County
Homeless Coalition. This
event is a food fundraiser
for the shelter residents
and low-income families
in Charlotte County.
The competing bands
are Archer Classic Rock,
Zombie University,
Just2Rock, Tropical Ave.,
and Copperhead.
Each band has been
assigned a storage unit,
which has been donated


by storage companies.
Patrons who attend the
bands' gigs are requested
to bring a bag of nonper-
ishable food items to sup-
port their band. Volunteers
will collect the bags of
food at the door. The
champion band of "Food
Storage Wars" will be an-
nounced at the final jam
session, which will be held
from 1 p.m. to midnight
July 13 at Harpoon Harry's,
1200 W Retta Esplanade,
Punta Gorda. At the finale,
there will be all-day music,
trivia and other games,
raffles, a look-alike contest
and a silent auction.
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Happy 100th birthday to
Herbert Peters on his special
day June 28.

Port, and Hanh Jacqueline Groton of
North Port
Edwin Maurice Maher IV of Port
Charlotte, and Ashley Marie Gouin of
Port Charlotte
Ryan Mark Harvey of North Port,
and Megan Grace Giuliano of Punta
Mitchell Lane Smith of Port
Charlotte, and Kelly Marie O'Brien of
Port Charlotte
Zackry Paul Barrilleaux of
Franklin, La., and Caitlin Marie Oliver
of Franklin, La.
Wesley Anthony Smith of Boca
Grande, and Carel Beverley McIntyre
of Boca Grande
Lawrence John Bestor of Boca
Grande, and Melissa Dawn Vanderbilt
of Boca Grande
Christopher James Clow of Port
Charlotte, and Kara Lynn Grote of
Port Charlotte

and have agreed to
have their Christmas in
July the weekend of the
final jam session to help
bring in donations. King
Fisher Fleet will offer
two harbor cruises, one
at 2 p.m. and another
at 4 p.m. Tickets for the
cruises are available
at the fleet's dock, and
all the proceeds of the
$16.50 ticket price will
benefit the homeless co-
alition. For information
and links to all the bands
and events, call Claudia

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Happy 13th birthday to
Reaghan Pressley on her
special day June 30.

Richard Gene Hall of North
Port, and Bobbi Lee Stevens of
North Port
Phillip Kyle Manis of Punta
Gorda, and Joni Louise Holder of
Punta Gorda

County divorces
Joseph Caggiano v. Mary Lou
Tiffany Dawson v. James
Robin Divizio v. Daryl Davizio
Melissa Lyn Helms v. Benjamin
Noel Helms
Scott Randolph Lemasterv.
Sarah Elizabeth Lemaster
Kenneth Earl Pangburn v. Diane
Mary Pangburn
David Rommel v. Tammy

at 781-799-7570, or visit

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 marionmputman@gmail.
com. 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 941-206-1183.

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restaurant where the menu
listings are ia la cartel each
item is shown and priced
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want. Florida Divorce a la Carte
brings this idea to family and
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are separately listed and priced,
and parties are free to choose
only those that they feel they
need, or want.
I've been a family law
attorney in the Charlotte
County area for over twenty
years. Along the way, I became
a certified family law mediator,
certified by the Florida
Supreme Court. The more

family mediations I handled,
the more it was apparent that:
Mediation is easier on
people than is going through a
Mediation offers flexibility,
especially in parenting
situations, not otherwise
People prefer writing their
own divorce rather than having
it dictated to them
People dislike paying up
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And so Florida Divorce a la
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people who don't need, or
prefer not to involve, attorneys.
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American Legion
Post 103
Sunday Darts winners
June 23: Round 1:1-Dee Wallace,
Dick Braun; 2-Harriet Ratyinski,
Joey Siracusa; 3-Bill Sutton, Bill
Tilley. Round 2:1-Mike Hanagan,
Wally Wallace; 2-Bruce Buzzell,
Joey Siracusa; 3-Dee Wallace, Kim

Charlotte Harbor
Yacht Club
Slam Bridge winners June 26:
1-Cleta Clark, 5780; 2-Geri Dempsey,
4610; 3-LaQuita Morris, 3450.
Mahjong winners June 25:
1-Bette Albarran; 2-Doris


campaign. The culmina-
tion of their efforts is the
completion of the new
fountain to replace the
old one in the retention
pond adjacent to the
The design has three
15-foot red, white, and
blue geysers shooting

Charlotte Square
Charlotte County Bridge Group
winners June 15: Len Harris, 6020;
Jim Deeble, 5720; Ro Johnson, 4720;
Barbara Deeble, 4570. June 22: Ro
Johnson, 6180; Trudy Riley, 5980; Marty
Lauer, 5860; Dee Woisoiborg, 5650.
Chubbyz Tavern
Big Dog's Live Trivia
Challenge winners June 26:1-The
Cat's Meow, $50; 2-Britches & Hose,
$25; 3-The Bimini Bay Buddies, $25.

Cultural Center of
Charlotte County
Duplicate Bridge Club winners

straight into the air. The
fountain will remain in
operation for 24 hours.
The LED lighting is on a
timer and will be turned
on at dusk and shut off
at 11 p.m. The Pompano
Beach-based Vertex Co.
was selected to build the
The presentation of the
colors by the Charlotte
County Paratrooper
Association, the singing
of the national anthem

June 18:1-Joan and Ted Walbourn;
2-Chuck Skarvan, Leslie Clugston;
3-Evelyn Palmer, Kathy Haag.
June 20 (a.m.): 1\2\3-Leslie Haines,
Pearl Hull; 1/2/3-Bruce Baurer, Jim
Thompson; 1/2/3-Richard Locker,
Bert Rockower. June 20 (p.m.): N/S:
1-Ginger Smith, John Avery; 2-Jim
Barrett, Lois Murff; 3-Brad Steele,
Fred Andreas. E/W: 1-Linda and
Marvin Darter; 2-Ken and Patty Earl;
3-Jerry Ungar, Chuck Skarvan.
Monday Night Pinochle
winners June 24:1-Lavaun
Berkland, 666; 2-Rita Harkey, 646;
3-Bonnie Weithman, 635.
Contract Bridge winners
June 19: Ernie Kamaitis, 5460; Jug
Gogia, 5140; Georgia Klemm, 5100;
Maria J., 4860.
Wednesday Double Deck

and "God Bless the USA"
by vocalist Marcella
Brown, and remarks from
federal, state, and local
dignitaries, will highlight
the ceremony.
Last year, retired U.S.
Army 1st Sgt. Rodney
Taylor was asked to
assist with the project.
Taylor, president of the
Charlotte Insurance
Agency, will be the
master of ceremonies at
the dedication. He had

Pinochle winners June 26:1-Allan
Weithman; 2-Jugal Gogia; 3-Lavaun
Berkland; 4-John Cahall.
Thursday Night Double Deck
Pinochle winners June 20:1-John
Cahill, 1583; 2-Betty Gowan, 1562;
3-Virginia Hansel, 1501.
Friday Evening Bridge winners
June 21:1-Jay Oberlander, 5060;
2-Jug Gogia, 4610; 3-Virginia Clayton,
4570; 4-Harold Clark, 4560.
Friday Night Euchre winners
June 21:1-Betty Blatt, 73; 2-Bonnie
Weithman, 69; 3-Jan Howard, 67.
Pinochle winners June 22:
1-Jan Howard, 705; 2-Allan
Weithman, 704; 3-Adele Rose, 689.
June 25:1-Larry Durbano, 544;
2-Alice Trautman, 538; 3-Jan Howard,
Port Charlotte Cribbage Club

been involved with the
creation of the Kiwanis
Veterans Garden back
in 1995 and had always
wanted to see a fountain
erected to pay tribute
to Charlotte County
Taylor said that the
Fountain of Freedom
will be a great showpiece
for the community. It
will be maintained with
the present city budget.
He thanked all the

147 winners June 26: Jack Stakley,
15; Doris Mills, 15; Lorraine Titus,
12; Leonard Polejewski, 12; Martha
Bryant, 12; Bob Sheehan,12; John
McPherson, 11.

Deep Creek
Elks Lodge
Monday Bridge winners
June 24:1-Bob Kueny, 4840;
2-Georgia Klemm, 4320; 3-Corolotta
Crowell, 3840.

Isles Yacht Club
Duplicate Bridge winners
June 26: N/S: 1-Pat Slaughter, Jan
Savino; 2-Gail and Mike Fortier;
3-Lance and Marilyn Kemp. E/W:
1-Bob and Jackie Whitaker; 2-Fred

organizations that raised
money to complete
the project, crediting
much of the fundrais-
ing success to Suzanne
McCormick of Team
Punta Gorda.
"Suzanne worked her
magic and got everybody
together," Bill Welsch,
head of Team Punta Gorda
communications, said.
To recognize all the
donors, a stone pedestal
bearing a bronze plaque

and Jane Jacobs; 3-Jim and Laurie

Country Club
Ladies Bridge winners June 21:
1-Allene Croy; 2-Lois Purcell; 3-Betty
Worthington. June 26:1-Marlene
Warburton; 2-Linda Bellmore.

Duplicate Bridge Club
winners June 17:1-Chuck Skarvan,
Earl Lewis; 2-James Kioski, Robert
Rancourt; 3-Susan Lewis, Sarah
Robin. June 21:1-Mary and Stephen
Chupak; 2-Marilyn Grant, Chuck
Skarvan; 3-James Kioski, Polly

will list each club, group
and individual who gave
$500 or more in funds
or performed in-kind
"This is quite an ac-
complishment," Welsch
said. "We went beyond
our goal. I am delighted
with the community's
response. It's a perfect
example of how we can
all work together for
a common cause. It is
really touching."


Quality TV Has The TV And Audio Equipment You Need

Over 40 years ago, Quality TV
opened under the ownership of
Mike Morales' father.
Consistently since then, the
business has grown in costumers
and also products and services
offered. Quality TV is known for
its selection of TVs audio/video
systems, antennas and repairs.
They also offer their products

you may not be aware of- security
alarm systems and service, metal
detectors, security cameras, blu
ray players, tailgate portable
antennas and used TVs with an
in-house warranty. Quality TV is a
factory authorized service agent
for most brands and is an
authorized Dish Network and
DIRECT TV dealer/ installer.
Morales will also match prices on

any in-stock TV. Before you make
your purchase, give Quality TV a call
at 941-426-1773 and allow them to
give you a quote, or stop by the store
located at 14212 W. Tamiami trail,
North Port and see their vast
selection. They can advise which
brands are the best engineered to fit
your needs. For more information,
please visit their website at

Quality TV Owner Mike Morales,
14212W. Tamiami Trail, North Port

Call Dale's Air Conditioning
& Heating for Sales and Service

jonn uanie at vale's Air onaitioning &
Heating, 18260 Paulson Drive, Port
Charlotte. 941-629-1712
You can count on the
service, advice and fair
pricing that you receive and
a thorough and complete

check at each service visit
from Dale's Air
Conditioning & Heating,
18260 Paulson Drive, Port
Charlotte. John and
Carrie Gable run a
focused business on
customer service and
pride themselves in
providing service on your
heating and cooling unit,
and pool heater. The
Gables strive to educate
their customers on how to
keep their home heated
and cooled in the winter
and summer, and what to
do to extend the life of the

unit. Dale's can advise
you on your duct design
and insulation and
explain the effects of the
sun exposure on each side
of your house. If you feel
your electric bill is too
high, you may need a new
unit. Call Dale's Air
Conditioning & Heating
for sales or service. The
phone number is 941-629-
1712 and business hours
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday,
with 24 hours emergency
service to their customers.


Q. Where can we go for a
good selection and fair
pricing for window
A. Absolute Blinds has
been in business in
Charlotte County and the
surrounding area for over
ten years and has become
one of the largest and
most successful licensed
window treatment
companies in Southwest
Florida. With unbeatable
pricing, blinds made
while you wait, free
advice from a
professional decorator,
and the best selection
available, Absolute Blinds
can fulfill all your window
treatment needs. An array
of verticals, a selection of
plantation shutters, wood
horizontals, mini-blinds,
pleated shades, top
treatments, cornices,
draperies and more is
among their offering.
Absolute Blinds is a
Graber priority dealer and
estimates are free. If you
need window coverings
for home or office,
Absolute Blinds is there to

assist you. The store is
located at 2842 Tamiami
Trail, Port Charlotte and
the phone number is call
941-627-5444. For more
information, please visit
their website at

Q. I want a custom paint
job on my antique
vehicle. Who can you
A. Local car dealers and
car collectors know where
to take their vehicles for
first class auto body work
or a custom paint job,
Jackie's Auto Body.
Whether you have a small
dent in your car door or
major collision damage,
your car will be put back
in like-new condition by
this first rate repair shop.
Jack D'Amico has over 35
years of experience and
uses only the finest
Sherwin-Williams paint
products and materials
and has state-of-the-art
equipment. Jackie's Auto
Body accepts all types of
insurance claims and is
on the preferred

insurance list. Jack and
Regina run a first class
operation and are always
available to give a free
estimate. Jackie's Auto
Body is located at 19888
Veterans Highway, Port
Charlotte. Stop by and
trust these pros to make
your vehicle like new

Q. Where can I go to have
my motor home
evaluated and repaired?
A. For all your auto repairs
give Dr. D's Auto Repair a
call. Dr. D's repairs all
types of vehicles including
motor homes and four
wheelers. At Dr. D's you
can count on the best
service, diagnostics,
repairs, replacement parts,
etc. Only superior quality
replacement parts are
used and rates are very
reasonable. Owner Mike
True, and his staff are all
ASE certified and they
offer the finest full service
repair in this area. With
the computerized engine
analysis, you can be
assured that the service

Westchester Gold &

Diamonds, Serving Charlotte

County Over 37 Years
Westchester Gold &
Diamonds, 4200-F
Tamiami Trail, Port
Charlotte, is known
for unsurpassed
e p quality, variety and
pricing when buying
or selling gold, silver,
S z diamonds, Rolex
watches and fine
Steve Duke ofWestchester Gold & collectibles. Owner,
Diamonds, 4200-FTarniami Trail, Steve Duke, is on site
Port Charlotte to assist you with
jewelry purchases and appraisals, or the sale of your
old gold and other valuables.
Specializing in pre-loved Rolex watches, new and
estate jewelry pieces, oriental rugs, unusual gifts,
paintings, rare collectibles, and more, Westchester
should be your destination. The selection is
amazing. This business is a community staple and is
known for its generosity in giving back. Listen to
Steve Duke's Friday morning show on 1580 AM
radio each week 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. It is interesting,
fun and always topical. The store is located in Baer's
Plaza, and the phone number is 941-625-0666.Visit
their website at

required on your vehicle is
necessary. True is well
known as an excellent
auto mechanic and the
business enjoys an
excellent reputation. Dr.
D's is located at 23415
Janice Avenue in the
Whidden Industrial Park
in Charlotte Harbor and
the phone number is 941-
743-3677. For the best
service at a reasonable
price, call or stop by Dr.
D's Auto Repair.

Q. It is time for me to
replace all the batteries in
our watches, electronics
and smoke alarms. Is
there one place that I can
purchase them all?
A. Batteries Plus is located
at 1690 Tamiami Trail, Port
Charlotte (Perkins Plaza.
For great service and
expert advice, Ingrid and
Tom Brummet and their


staff can answer your
questions, test your
batteries and advise you
if you need your batteries
recharged or if you need
new batteries. They carry
over 10,000 different
types of batteries for
everything from cars,
boats, motorcycles,
watches, alarms and
laptops. If it needs a
battery, Batteries Plus has
it for you. Did you ever
think how many objects
in your everyday life
require batteries? Think
about it and you will
understand why an entire
store is dedicated to the
sale of batteries and is
conveniently located. The
store phone number is
941-766-1400. Store
hours are M-F, 8-8, Sat.
10-6 & Sun. 9-5. The store
website is



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Community Cats of
Charlotte and the
Venice Cat Coalition,
sponsor of the adoption
event. While Stoppiello
enjoys seeing cats find
new homes, she prefers
going out in the field for
a little TNR trapping,
neutering and returning
free-roaming cats.
"That is my true pas-
sion," she said. "They're
everywhere. You go
behind any building and
you see the headlights,
their little eyes."
The cats are captured,
neutered or spayed,
given all necessary
vaccinations and
then released back to
the place they were
found healthy and
"You always take it
back to where you got it.
Cats are very territorial,"
she said. "That's why
TNR works."

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Christine Hill (left) and Judy Thomas, board members of
Community Cats of Charlotte, help publicize the group's mission
Saturday at Pampered Pets Health Center, 1851 Tamiami Trail.

TNR also works
because of the efforts
of the newly formed
Community Cats of
Charlotte and the
county's first trap-neu-
ter-return clinic, which
debuted this month and
will host its next clinic
July 14. Anita Holt,
veterinarian and owner
of Pampered Pet Health
Center in Port Charlotte

for more than 20 years,
donated space at her
facility for the clinic.
"We need to take care
of the feral cat popula-
tion and not rely on
other counties," Holt
Ron Lott, a retired
veterinarian who volun-
teers his services at the
clinic, said there are an
estimated 20,000 feral

Alicia Shaw and her son, Dylan, 10, are looking for a companion for their cat, Baby, at Saturday's
adopt-a-thon event at Petco.

cats in Charlotte County.
The clinic is an effective
alternative to putting
cats down, he said.
At the inaugural clinic
on June 9, 23 females
were spayed. With a

normal litter size of four
or five, occurring twice
a year, about 230 po-
tential cats were saved
from going into the feral
community, Lott said.
If community

members would like
to volunteer or
donate, they can
contact Community
Cats of Charlotte at


School supply
drive for
Oklahoma kids
Sushila Cherian,
Blair Lovejoy and Kim
Lovejoy have organized
a local school supply
drive for the children
of tornado-devastated

Moore, Okla. They're
calling their effort
Oklahoma Kids' Aid.
Items needed (school
supplies ONLY) are:
books (new): color-
ing, early reader,
chapter books; paper:
construction or wide-
lined; crayons; pens
and pencils: regular,
colored; erasers; rulers;
flash cards; scissors
(safety only); glue,

gluesticks: white or
craft; stickers; markers,
washable; tape; and
paints: finger or poster.
Currently, there is a
collection box at Blair's
office, One Blood
(formerly Florida's
Blood Centers) at
23080 Harborview
Road, Charlotte
Harbor. Another drop-
off location is Value
Self Storage, 23227

Freedom Ave., Port
Charlotte, which will
be the collection point
for all of the goods to
be sent to Oklahoma.
More drop-off loca-
tions are:
Punta Gorda:
Punta Gorda
Chamber of
Commerce, 252 W.
Marion Ave.
Punta Gorda
Herald, 312 Sullivan St.
Punta Gorda Isles
Civic Association, 2001
Shreve St.
Military Heritage
Museum, 1200 W. Retta
Elena's Restaurant,
615 Cross St.
Suncoast Schools
Federal Credit Union,
2310 Tamiami Trail
Port Charlotte:
Charlotte Bridal
Boutique & Formal
Wear, 2395 Tamiami
Charlotte Sun,
23170 Harborview

Clear Channel,
24100 Tiseo Blvd.
Complete Dental
Care, 1940 Tamiami
Panther Hollow
Dental Lodge, 19240
Quesada Ave.
Chick-fil-A, 1814
Tamiami Trail
Peace River
Regional Medical
Center, 2500 Harbor
Suncoast Schools
Federal Credit Union,
19501 Cochran Blvd.
North Port:
North Port Sun,
13487 Tamiami Trail
Englewood Sun,
120 W. Dearborn St.
The organizers
would like to have
everything collected
by July 15, so the
items can be shipped
in early August. For
more information,
contact Blair at 941-
204-4391, or Cherian at

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Girl doing well after
2nd lung transplant

A 10-year-old Pennsylvania girl
whose parents sued to chal-
lenge national lung transplant
rules received a second set of
lungs after the first failed, and
her family said she has taken
some breaths on her own.
Page 2

Key Zimmerman trial
moments this week

Beginning Monday, prosecutors
will continue presenting their
case for a second week. They
are likely to call forensic experts
and other investigators before
defense attorneys get a chance
to put on their witnesses.

Page 3 -

Face transplant
patient celebrates

After a shotgun accident blew
away his face, Richard Norris
faced cruelty from strangers,
fought addiction and contem-
plated suicide.
Page 2 -

Marijuana's change
to mainstream
confounds feds

It took 50 years for American
attitudes about marijuana
to zigzag from the paranoia
of "Reefer Madness" to the
excesses of Woodstock back to
the hard line of "Just Say No."

Page 6 -

In South Africa,
Obama pays tribute
to ill Mandela

President Barack Obama met
privately Saturday with Nelson
Mandela's family as the world
anxiously awaited news on the
condition of the ailing 94-year-
old anti-apartheid leader.
Page 7 -

22 million sign anti-Morsi petition;

CAIRO Organizers
of a mass protest against
Egyptian President
Mohammed Morsi
claimed Saturday that
more than 22 million
people have signed their
petition demanding the
Islamist leader step down,
asserting that the tally was
a reflection of how much
the public has turned
against his rule.
The announcement
adds to a sense of
foreboding on the eve
of opposition-led mass
demonstrations that many
fear could turn deadly and
quickly spin out of control,
dragging the country into
a dangerous round of

political violence.
The demonstrations
planned for Sunday reflect
the growing polarization of
the nation since Morsi took
power, with the president
and his Islamist allies in one
camp and seculars, liberals,
moderate Muslims and
Christians on the other.
There is a sense among
opponents and supporters
of Morsi that Sunday's
rally is a make or break
day. The opposition feels
empowered by the peti-
tion, known as Tamarod,
or Rebel, but it offered
no proof regarding the
figures. If verified, it would
mean that nearly double
the number of people who

protests planned today


A veiled Egyptian woman holds a banner with Arabic reading, "we need a new presi-
dent," during a press conference by the youth group leading the campaign against
Egypt's president in Cairo, Saturday. Mahmoud Badr, a leader of the Tamarod, or
rebel, movement said Saturday that 22,134,460 Egyptians have signed the petition
demanding President Mohammed Morsi's ouster.

A jet looks like it is melting into the runway as it is distorted by the heat waves rising up from the north runway at Sky Harbor International Airport,
Arizona, Friday, the hottest day of the year so far.

Southwest sizzles

Calif. -Scorching
heat blistered the
Southwest on Saturday,
where highs between
115 and 120 degrees
were expected for parts
of Arizona, Nevada and
California through the
Forecasters said
temperatures in sun-
baked Las Vegas could
match the record of
117 degrees Saturday.
Phoenix hit 119 degrees
by mid-afternoon,
breaking the record for
June 29 that was set in
1994. And large swaths
of California sweltered
under extreme heat
warnings, which are
expected to last into
Tuesday night and

Maria Wieser, of Italy, takes a drink of water while sightseeing in Death Valley National Park, Friday in Badwater,
Calif. Excessive heat warnings will continue for much of the Desert Southwest as building high pressure triggers major
warming in eastern California, Nevada, and Arizona.

maybe even longer.
Dan Kail was vaca-
tioning in Las Vegas
when he heard that
the temperature at

Gay marriage

California's Death
Valley could approach
130 degrees this week-
end. He didn't hesitate
to make a trip to the

opponents ask

court to intervene
- Less than 24 hours
after California started
issuing marriage licenses
to same-sex couples, ii
lawyers for the sponsors
of the state's gay marriage
ban filed an emergency
motion Saturday asking
the U.S. Supreme Court AP PHC
to stop the weddings
being performed in San Sandy Stier, left, exchanges wedding vows with Kris Perry
Francisco. during a ceremony presided by California Attorney General
Attorneys with the Kamala Harris at City Hall in San Francisco, Friday. Stier and
Perry were the lead plaintiffs in the U.S. Supreme Court case
GAY 14 that overturned California's same-sex marriage ban.

desert location that is
typically the hottest
place on the planet.
"Coming to
Death Valley in the

summertime has
always been on the top
of my bucket list," the

Search for

Snowden evokes

Edward Snowden's continent-jumping,
hide-and-seek game seems like the stuff
of a pulp thriller a des-
perate man's drama played
out before a worldwide
audience trying to decide if
he's a hero or a villain.
But the search for the
former National Security
Agency contractor who
SNOWDEN spilled U.S. secrets has
SNOWDEN become something of
a distracting sideshow, some say,


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Tension rises in Egypt

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The Sun /Sunday, June 30, 2013

Face transplant patient celebrates healing

the 15 years between
a shotgun blast that
ravaged the bottom half
of Richard Norris' face
and the face transplant
that ended a hermit-like
life for him, the man from
rural southwest Virginia
faced cruelty from strang-
ers, fought addiction and
contemplated suicide.
But even if he could
go back in time, he's not
sure he would erase the
accident that left him
severely disfigured.
"Those 10 years of
hell I lived through, it
has given me such a
wealth of knowledge,"
Norris recently told The
Associated Press, one of
only two news outlets
granted interviews since
his transplant last year.
"It's unreal. It has put
some of the best people
in my life."
Now, at 38, he's starting
a new life: taking online
classes in pursuit of a
degree in information sys-
tems and contemplating a
foundation to help defray
future transplant patients'
everyday expenses during
He also has been work-
ing with a photojournalist
who just completed a
book about his journey,
titled "The Two Faces of
He hopes his story
sends a message of hope
to people in similar situ-
ations and encourages
empathy in others.
"I've heard all kinds


In a series of four photos provided by the University of Maryland Medical Center and a June 18 Associated Press photo, face
transplant recipient Richard Norris, the recipient of the most extensive face transplant performed to date, is seen in a prom
photo, from left to right, a photo taken before his face transplant, a photo made six days after the transplant and a photo made
114 days after the transplant. Norris received the transplant in a 36-hour operation in March 2012. It included the replacement
of both jaws, teeth, tongue, and skin and underlying nerve and muscle tissue from scalp to neck.

In this Tuesday photo, Richard Norris ties a fishing fly at his
home in Hillsville, Va. The man whose face was disfigured by a
gunshot spent 15 years as a recluse, but now the 38-year-old
is doing things he never would have before.

of remarks," he said. 'A
lot of them were really
After the 1997 accident
at his home, Norris had
no teeth, no nose and
only part of his tongue.
He was still able to taste
but could not smell.
When he went out in
public, usually at night,
he hid behind a hat and

Norris had dozens
of surgeries to repair
his face, but eventually
reached the limits of what
conventional surgery
could do for him, said Dr.
Eduardo Rodriguez, who
performed some of those
operations and later led
the surgical team that
performed Norris' face

Some parts of the
anatomy, such as eyelids
and lips, are just too
complex to recreate, he
"You can create a sem-
blance of something, but I
can guarantee you it's not
normal by any means."
Just weeks after Norris
was told by another
doctor that there was little
else that could be done
for him, Rodriguez pre-
sented him with another
option: a transplant.
The doctor, who is head
of plastic surgery at the
University of Maryland
Medical Center's R Adams
Cowley Shock Trauma
Center, had been fol-
lowing advancements in
the face transplant field
for years. An Office of
Naval Research grant for
the purpose of helping
wounded warriors made
it possible for him and
his team to attempt their

first face transplant, an
operation that previously
had been performed by
only two other centers in
the United States.
The world's first partial
face transplant was
performed in France in
2005 on a woman who
was mauled by her dog.
Of the 27 other trans-
plants that have followed,
four recipients have died,
and the survivors face a
lifetime of immunosup-
pressant drugs, which can
take a toll on their health.
Unlike most organ
transplant recipients,
who need their surgeries
to live, face transplant
patients are risking
death to eliminate a
condition, noted Dr. Mark
Ehrenreich, the psychiat-
ric consultant to Norris'
transplant team.
Rodriguez says patients
are well aware of the

Federal rule

could upend

shark fin bans

Calif. (AP) Several
members of Congress
representing coastal
states are voicing con-
cern about a proposed
federal regulation that
could pre-empt state
bans on buying or sell-
ing shark fins.
Democratic Rep. Jared
Huffman of California
is being joined by
representatives of New
York, Florida and Guam
in seeking changes to
a proposal they say
would take away a state
tool to protect shark
California, Hawaii,
New York and several
other states have passed
regulations on the
sale and trade of shark
fins, which are used
in a soup considered
an Asian delicacy.
California's ban on the
sale, trade and posses-
sion of shark fins will go
into effect Monday after
a compromise allowed
time for restaurants and
businesses to use up
their existing supplies.
A letter from the rep-
resentatives and the del-
egate from Guam states
that a proposed rule by
the National Oceanic
and Atmospheric
fisheries management
division, the National
Marine Fisheries
Services, would un-
dermine those laws.

California state lawmak-
ers were also circulating
an opposition letter.
"If we are to ad-
dress the problem of
shark-finning head on,
we must allow state
and territorial statutes
to complement the
federal regulations and
further the U.S. leader-
ship in global shark
conservation," states
the letter, which has
not yet been sent to the
fisheries service but was
given in advance to The
Associated Press.
In addition to
Huffman, it is to be
signed by Democratic
Reps. Sam Farr of
California and Grace
Meng of New York,
Florida Republican Rep.
Vern Buchanan and
Democratic Delegate
Madeleine Bordallo
of Guam. Their letter
is dated July 8, which
is when the public
comment period on
the proposed rule is
scheduled to end.
A request for com-
ment was left with
a press officer for
the National Marine
Fisheries Services.
The proposal
under consideration
says state and terri-
tory shark fin laws are
pre-empted if they are
found to be incon-
sistent with federal
fishery management
plans or regulations.

A 10-year-old Pennsylvania
girl whose parents sued
to challenge national lung
transplant rules received a
second set of lungs after the
first failed, and her family
said she has taken some
breaths on her own.
However, she faces
another operation because
of complications from
previous procedures.
The mother of Sarah
Mumaghan said Friday that
the first set of lungs failed
within hours of the June 12
transplant at Children's
Hospital of Philadelphia,
and her daughter was
placed on machines. She
was placed back on the
lung transplant list the
night after her surgery and
received a second set of
lungs on June 15.
"We were told ... that she
was going to die," Janet
Mumaghan said Friday as
she explained why Sarah's
second transplant was not
publicly disclosed. "We
weren't prepared to live out
her dying in public."
Sarah's mother said the
second transplant was a
success and the girl was
able to take a few breaths
on her own.
But, Sarah was placed
back on a ventilator due
to partial paralysis of her
diaphragm, a complication
of surgery that is not allow-
ing her lungs to expand,
her mother said.
She is scheduled for

In this May 30 photo provided by the Murnaghan family, Sarah
Murnaghan, center, celebrates the 100th day of her stay in
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia with her father, Fran, left,
and mother, Janet.

surgery on Monday in
an effort to repair her
"There's still a lot in front
of us," Mumaghan said,
but then added: "Sarah's a
fighter. She's always been a
The suburban
Philadelphia girl initially
received lungs from an
adult donor after her
parents sued over national
rules that place children
behind adolescents and
adults on the priority list for
adult lungs even if the
children are sicker and are
capable of accepting adult
The action spurred a
national debate over the
organ allocation process.
The Murnaghans and
the family of 11-year-old
Javier Acosta of New York
City challenged the policy

making children under 12
wait for pediatric lungs to
become available or be of-
fered adult lungs only after
adolescents and adults on
the waiting list had been
considered. Both children
have end-stage cystic
A federal judge ruled they
should be eligible for adult
lungs after U.S. Health and
Human Services Secretary
Kathleen Sebelius declined
to intervene.
Janet Murnaghan
said Sarah's condition
began to "spiral out of
control" shortly after the
first surgery. A second
set of lungs was found
and transplanted even
though the donor once
had pneumonia, making
the surgery extra risky. The
second set was also from
an adult donor.

Underlying causes behind rise in boomer suicides

DAYTON, Ohio (Cox
Newspapers) Keith
Wildermuth was the life
of the party until the day
that he became part of a
grim statistic the grow-
ing trend of baby boomer
A new report by the
Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention
shows a 50 percent
increase in suicides
among men in their 50s.
The same study showed

that 2009 the year
of Wildermuth's death
- was the first year in
which deaths by suicide
surpassed deaths by car
On Nov. 16, 2009,
Wildermuth, 52, put a
gun to his head inside his
van parked in Kettering,
Ohio's Iron Horse Park.
The shooting followed
several unsuccessful
suicide attempts, includ-
ing an overdose of muscle

relaxants the previous
"People say a suicide
attempt is just a cry for
help," said his widow,
Barb Wildermuth of
Kettering. "Well, yes, it is.
Help them."
The CDC's report is
causing suicide preven-
tion experts to rethink
their emphasis on
outreach to young adults
and the elderly.
The greatest increases

were seen among men in
their 50s, whose rate went
up by nearly 50 percent
to 30 suicides per 100,000
men, compared with 20
per 100,000 in 1999. The
suicide rate for women
in their early 60s rose by
nearly 60 percent while
remaining relatively low
compared with men, at
seven suicides in 100,000.
In 2010, the latest year
for which figures are
available, 38,364 suicide

deaths were recorded in
the United States, com-
pared with 33,687 motor
vehicle deaths.
The CDC report's
co-author, Dr. Thomas
Simon, said there are
several possible ex-
planations for the rise
in boomer suicides,
including the downturn
in the economy and the
quadrupling of prescrip-
tion painkiller abuse
since 1999.


Alzheimer's drug
to be tested on
Down syndrome
TOKYO (Yomiuri
Shimbun) Major
drugmaker Eisai Co. plans
to start clinical tests to
see whether a drug for
Alzheimer's disease is
effective in treating symp-
toms of Down syndrome
seen in adulthood,
according to informed
If the drug is proven
to curb a deterioration
of the ability to conduct
daily activities seen in
adult Down sufferers,
it will become the first
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is expected to take three
to four years to complete.

BlackBerry reports
first-quarter loss
(Washington Post)
- BlackBerry reported
a disappointing first-
quarter loss Friday,
putting a serious hitch in
the company's comeback
narrative as it fights
to stay relevant in the
competitive smartphone
The company has
staked its future on luring
BlackBerry custom-
ers back into the fold
with a new operating
system, BlackBerry 10,
and phones with slick,
modern features. But
the early results were
disappointing and sent
the company's stock
plummeting more than
27 percent.
Only 2.7 million
smartphones running
its new system shipped
this quarter far less
than the 5 million in sales
Apple's iPhone 5 logged
in its opening weekend
alone. Those results are
even weak compared with
smaller competitors such
as Nokia, which shipped
5.6 million of its Lumia
smartphones last quarter.

'Reverse vaccine'
for Type 1 diabetes
shows promise
Times) A "reverse vac-
cine" that allows people
with Type 1 diabetes to
produce their own insulin
has passed its first test
with human subjects,
according to a new study.
The success points to a
potential new strategy
for treating those in the
early stages of the disease,
experts said.
The therapy is designed
to protect cells in the pan-
creas that make insulin, a
hormone the body needs
to convert sugars and
starches into energy. In
people with Type 1 diabe-
tes, the immune system
goes haywire and attacks
those crucial insulin-pro-
ducing cells for reasons
that medical researchers
don't understand.
Researchers dubbed the
treatment a reverse vac-
cine because it suppresses
the immune system
instead of stimulating
it. As hoped, the experi-
mental vaccine reduced
the number of immune
system "killer" cells that
went on the attack.
"We're trying to turn

off one specific im-
mune response," said
Dr. Lawrence Steinman,
an immunologist at
Stanford University and
senior author of the study
published Wednesday
in Science Translational
About 1.25 million
Americans have Type 1

Pa. girl doing well after

2nd lung transplant

SThe Sun /Sunday, June 30, 2013


WIRE Page 3

Scott signs bills

on guns, bunnies

and mullet

Gov. Rick Scott signed a
bill Friday that will close
a loophole that allowed
dangerously mentally ill
people to admit them-
selves for treatment, then
quickly check out and
buy a gun.
The legislation was one
of the most significant
gun bills to pass this
year's legislative session
and was supported by
Democrats, Republicans
and the National Rifle
Association. The measure
was one of 47 bills Scott
signed Friday, including
bills that will outlaw the
dyeing of bunnies and
chicks, give citizens the
right to speak at govern-
ment meetings and repeal
a law concerning mullet.
The gun bill addresses
people who doctors say
pose a danger to them-
selves or others. Their
names will be put into da-
tabases to prevent them
from buying guns.
If the patient doesn't
agree to be voluntarily ad-
mitted for treatment, an
involuntary commitment
petition would be filed.
Patients who voluntarily
committed themselves
would do so with the
understanding that they
would be barred from
purchasing firearms.
If patients refused
to give up their gun-
purchasing rights, the
involuntary commitment
process would proceed.
The bill includes a
pathway for people
to petition the court
to regain their gun-
purchasing rights after
they are treated. A doctor
would have to agree that
the person should regain
the right.
Among other bills Scott
signed is a measure that
will guarantee citizens'
rights to speak at govern-
ment meetings. The bill
allows governments to
set time limits on public
comment and exempts
some meetings of an
emergency or purely
ceremonial nature.
Another bill creates a
public records exemp-
tion for the names of law

enforcement officers'
spouses and children.
He also signed a bill
that prohibits the sale or
giving away of artificially
colored bunnies, chicks
and ducklings. Scott
signed a bill to rescind
a 45-year-old animal
dyeing ban last year after
groomers told lawmakers
they wanted to dye their
show dogs.
The ban had been put
into place to prevent
people from buying the
colored animals dur-
ing Easter. The animals
often would be released
afterward and die.
Scott also signed a
bill that will make it
illegal to possess without
permission other people's
personal information
like Social Security and
credit card numbers. It
makes it a first-degree
misdemeanor to possess
other people's Social
Security numbers,
driver's licenses, medical
records, passports, bank
account numbers, credit
cards and Medicaid or
food assistance account
numbers unless they have
Violators could face
a year in jail. It will be
a third-degree felony
punishable by up to five
years in prison to possess
personal information
from more than five
Another bill signed
Friday will repeal a law
that set a minimum size
limit for mullet caught in
Broward County.


first week of George
Zimmerman's second-
degree murder trial
closed Friday. At the start
of the week,
and defense
their cases
for the jury
of six
Then pros-
ecutors began putting on
their case.
Zimmerman is pleading
not guilty. He has said
he fatally shot 17-year-
old Trayvon Martin
in February 2012 in
Beginning Monday,
prosecutors will con-
tinue presenting their
case for a second week.
They are likely to call fo-
rensic experts and other
investigators before
defense attorneys get a
chance to put on their
Here are five key
moments from the past
Both came in opening
statements. Prosecutor
John Guy repeated
words Zimmerman had
uttered under his breath
to a police dispatcher
as he followed Martin.
In the courtroom, jaws
dropped and spectators
looked around at one
another. Defense at-
torney Don West began
his statement with a
knock-knock joke about
the difficulty of picking
a jury in the case. Even
he admitted the joke
sounded weird.


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told her he
was being
JEANTEL followed by
"a creepy-ass
cracker." But it was her
testy cross-examination
exchanges with West that
commanded the most
attention. Each asked the
other to repeat what they
were saying many times.
At one moment, Jeantel
urged West to move on to
his next question: "You
can go. You can go." On
her second day on the
stand, she seemed more
subdued. West asked her,
"You feeling OK today?
You seem different than

Even though he
was called Friday by
the prosecution, John
Good, a former neighbor
of Zimmerman, gave
testimony that seemed to
bolster the defense con-
tention that Martin was
on top of Zimmerman in
the fight. Good said he

saw Martin straddling
Zimmerman in a manner
similar to a mixed-martial
art maneuver known as
"ground and pound."

911 calls
The 911 calls made by
neighbors were repeat-
edly played for jurors.
Neighbors asked police
to respond as moans for
help followed by a gun-
shot are heard. A series of
neighbors testified about
what they heard of the
fight, and then prosecu-
tors played correspond-
ing 911 calls as witnesses
sat on the stand. Some
neighbors teared up as

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they heard their panicked

Martin's parents
Sybrina Fulton and
Tracy Martin, Martin's
parents, held a news
conference Thursday in
which their attorney said
they didn't want race in-
jected into the trial. Some
reporters asked why the
nation's most prominent
black civil rights lead-
ers had been invited
to Sanford to demand
Zimmerman's arrest if
race wasn't an issue. But
attorney Daryl Parks said
at this stage of the case, it
shouldn't be a factor.

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- Bolstering his centrist
image, Iranian President-
elect Hassan Rowhani on
Saturday vowed "mod-
eration" in foreign and
domestic affairs in his first
major nationally televised
address since his surprising
election victory this month.
In an almost hourlong
speech from the state
broadcaster's headquarters,
Rowhani used some variant
of the word "moderate" at
least 10 times, signaling his
intention to repair Iran's


voted for Morsi a year ago
are now calling for him to
step down.
"Honestly, if (Sunday)
is not a game changer,
we might all just pack up
our bags and leave," said
Mahmoud Salem, a promi-
nent blogger known by his
blog's name Sandmonkey
and a vocal critic of the
Muslim Brotherhood, from
which Morsi hails.
While violence is
likely in such a tense
atmosphere, Salem said
it would not play out in
favor of Morsi support-
ers because they will be
"They have alienated
everybody," he said. Even
if no violence breaks out,
Salem said civil disobedi-
ence is expected in a


67-year-old Pittsburgh
man said. "When I found
out it might set a record
I rented a car and drove
straight over. If it goes
above 130 I will have
something to brag about."
The forecast called for
Death Valley to reach
128 degrees Saturday as
part of a heat wave that
has caused large parts of
the western U.S. to suffer.
DeathValley's record
high of 134 degrees, set a
century ago, stands as the
highest temperature ever
recorded on Earth.
A couple hours south
in Baker, the temperature


Arizona-based Alliance
Defending Freedom
claim in the petition
that the 9th U.S. Circuit
Court of Appeals acted
prematurely and unfairly
on Friday when it allowed
gay marriage to resume.
The court lifted a hold it
had placed on same-sex
unions while a lawsuit
challenging the ban made
its way to and through the
Supreme Court.
"The Ninth Circuit's
June 28, 2013, Order
purporting to dissolve
the stay... is the latest
in a long line of judicial


overshadowing the
important debate over
the government's power
to seize the phone and
Internet records of
millions of Americans to
help in the fight against
"You have to be
humble on Day 1 to say,
'This isn't about me. This
is about the informa-
tion.' ... I don't think he
really anticipated the
importance of making
sure the focus initially
was off him," says Mike
Paul, president of MGP
& Associates PR, a crisis
management firm in
New York. "Not only has

fractured relations with the
international community
- while not compromis-
ing the Islamic Republic's
independence. In line
with previous comments
since his election, Rowhani
sought to send out a
message of optimism and
"Moderation in foreign
policy means constructive
interaction, not submis-
sion and confrontation,"
Rowhani told a media
conference in Tehran.
Known as the "sheik

diplomat" because of
his dual status as a cleric
and Iran's former nuclear
negotiator, Rowhani has
indicated that Tehran's
foreign policy would shift
to greater engagement
with the outside world. His
conciliatory comments
have contrasted with
the confrontational and
bombastic style of outgo-
ing two-term President
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad,
who steps down in August.
Some analysts, however,
have questioned whether

Supporters of Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed
his posters and national flags as they fill a public squ
of the Rabia el-Adawiya Mosque in Cairo, not far fror
dential palace, during a rally in Cairo, Saturday.

movement designed now
to "save the country."
Morsi's supporters,
on the other hand,
question the petitions,
saying his opponents are
led by members of the
ousted regime of Hosni
Mubarak who are trying

was expected to peak
at 120 degrees in the
road tripper's oasis in
the Mojave Desert on
Interstate 15. The strip
of gas stations and
restaurants between Los
Angeles and Las Vegas is
known by travelers for the
giant thermometer that
often notes temperatures
in the triple digits.
At the Mad Greek
restaurant there, a
waitress called out orders
for "Chocolate shake!
Strawberry shake!" while
the temperature hovered
at 112 degrees during the
lunch rush.
Downtown Los Angeles
was expected to hit 91
degrees, 7 degrees shy of
its record.
To make matters worse

irregularities that have un-
fairly thwarted Petitioners'
defense of California's
marriage amendment,"
the paperwork states.
"Failing to correct the
appellate court's actions
threatens to undermine
the public's confidence in
its legal system."
Alliance Defending
Freedom Senior Counsel
Austin Nimocks said the
Supreme Court's con-
sideration of the case is
not done yet because his
clients still have 22 days to
ask the justices to recon-
sider the 5-4 decision
announced Wednesday.
The justices said
Proposition 8's backers
didn't have legal authority
to defend the ban after

he weakened his case,
some would go as far
as to say he's gone from
hero to zero."
Snowden, he says,
can get back on track by
"utilizing whatever in-
formation he has like big
bombs in a campaign,"
so the focus returns to
the question of spying
and not his life on the
Snowden's disclosures
about U.S. surveillance
to The Guardian newspa-
per and The Washington
Post have created an
uproar in Washington
that shows no signs of
A petition asking
President Barack Obama
to pardon Snowden has
collected more than
123,000 signatures.

Rowhani will be able to
effect much change in the
face of likely resistance
from old-guard conserva-
tives and possibly from
Iran's supreme leader,
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei,
who has the final say on
major questions of state.
Some supporters fear
Rowhani could share
the fate of reformist
Mohammad Khatami, who
was elected president in
1997 on a sweeping liber-
alization platform. Hard-
line elements regularly

that Sunday will bring an
end to the questioning of

Morsi's mandate.
"Tomorrow is the end of
every corrupt person," he
said, as the slogan "legiti-
macy (of the ballot box) is
a red line," appeared on
the screen.
Already, clashes across
a string of cities north
of Cairo over the past
week have left eight
people dead, including an
American and a 14-year
AP PHOTO old, and hundreds injured.
Clashes broke out outside
Morsi wave offices of the Muslim
are outside Brotherhood and its party
n the presi- in at least five different
governorates, and rival

to orchestrate a come-
back and are instigating
"Today and tomorrow will
be the real birth of this na-
tion," said Hani Salaheddin,
a presenter on the Muslim
Brotherhood-affiliated TV
station Misr 25, predicting

in California, National
Weather Service meteo-
rologists John Dumas said
cooling ocean breezes
haven't been travel-
ing far enough inland
overnight to fan Southern
California's overheated
valleys and deserts.
Burbank set a record
overnight low with
temperatures dipping
to 74 degrees overnight,
much warmer than the
previous record of 68
degrees for Saturday's
early hours.
In Northern California,
temperatures Saturday
were expected to reach
the 80s in San Francisco,
upper 90s in San Jose
and into the triple digits
inland, about 20 degrees
above typical highs in the

California's governor and
attorney general declined
to do so. Under Supreme
Court rules, the losing
side in a legal dispute
has 25 days to request a
While such requests
are almost never granted,
the high court said that it
wouldn't finalize its judg-
ment in the case at least
until after that waiting
period elapsed. The San
Francisco-based appeals
court had said when it
imposed the stay that it
would remain in place
until the Supreme Court
issued its final disposition,
according to Nimocks.
"Everyone on all sides
of the marriage debate
should agree that the legal

But the head of the
Senate Intelligence
Committee, Sen. Dianne
Feinstein, D-Calif.,
meanwhile, has called
Snowden's disclosure
of top-secret informa-
tion "an act of treason."
House Speaker John
Boehner, R-Ohio, is
among those who've
called Snowden a
The president has dis-
missed the 30-year-old
Snowden as a "hacker"
and he had pledged
that the U.S. won't be
scrambling military jets
to snatch Snowden and
return him to the U.S.,
where he faces espio-
nage charges.
Snowden is possibly
holed up in the wing of
a Russian airport hotel

protests turned into
violent confrontations.
Thousands are still
taking part in rival sit-ins,
in place since Friday in
Tahrir Square for oppo-
nents and in an east Cairo
suburb, Nasr City, for
supporters of Morsi.

Bay area.
Farther north, triple-
digit temps were ex-
pected in Sacramento on
Saturday and Sunday.
Health officials warned
people to be extremely
careful when venturing
outdoors. The risks in-
clude not only dehydra-
tion and heat stroke but
burns from the concrete
and asphalt. Dogs can
suffer burns and blisters
on their paws by walking
on hot pavement.
Cooling stations were
set up to shelter the
homeless and elderly
people who can't afford
to run their air condi-
tioners. In Phoenix, Joe
Arpaio, the famously
hard-nosed sheriff who
runs a tent jail, planned

process must be followed,"
Nimocks said. "On Friday,
the 9th Circuit acted
contrary to its own order
without explanation."
Many legal experts who
had anticipated such a
last-ditch effort by gay
marriage opponents said
Friday that it was unlikely
to succeed because the 9th
Circuit has independent
authority over its own
orders, in this case its 2010
While the ban's backers
can still ask the Supreme
Court for a rehearing, the
25-day waiting period
is not binding on lower
federal courts, Vikram
Amar, a constitutional
law professor with the
University of California,

reserved for travelers in
transit who don't have
visas to enter Russia.
He might be waiting to
hear whether Ecuador,
Iceland or another
country might grant
him asylum. He fled
Hong Kong last week-
end after being charged
with violating American
espionage laws.
Some say Snowden
is losing ground in
the battle for public
opinion by cloaking
his travels in secrecy,
creating more interest
in his efforts to elude
U.S. authorities than
his allegations against
the government.
By disappearing in
Russia, he loses "access
to rehabilitate himself
in the public's mind,"


says William Weaver,
a professor at the
University of Texas at
El Paso who has writ-
ten about government
"You have to keep
selling yourself, if you
will, and do it in a smart
way so people don't
get tired of you. ... His
only hope was to hit a
grand slam home run
with the public and
make it stick. For every
hour that he's not doing
something like that, he's
in trouble."
Others say Snowden's
personality is irrelevant
and doesn't change his
major argument that
U.S. intelligence agen-
cies have lied about the
scope of its surveillance
of Americans.

Iran's president-elect touts 'moderation'

thwarted Khatami's reform
agenda during his eight-
year administration.
Rowhani, who is sched-
uled to take office in early
August, made no direct
mention of the nation's
controversial nuclear devel-
opment program, a major
source of tension with
Washington and its allies.
U.S. officials suspect that
Iran seeks to make nuclear
weapons, while Rowhani
and other Iranian officials
say the program is solely for
peaceful purposes.

An Associated Press
reporter saw Morsi
supporters at a Cairo
sit-in doing military-style
fitness drills, with some
wearing homemade body
armor and construction
helmets and carrying
sticks. They said they had
no intention of attacking
opposition protesters,
and would only act in
self-defense or to protect
the nearby presidential
Highlighting the
nervousness over Sunday's
protests, President Barack
Obama said the U.S. is
working to ensure its
embassy and diplomats
in Egypt are safe after the
21-year old American
was killed in Alexandria,
Egypt's second largest city.
He urged all parties to
refrain from violence and
the police and military
to show appropriate

to distribute ice cream
and cold towels to
inmates this weekend.
Officials said person-
nel were added to the
Border Patrol's search-
and-rescue unit because
of the danger to people
trying to slip across the
Mexican border. At least
seven people have been
found dead in the last
week in Arizona after fall-
ing victim to the brutal
desert heat.
Temperatures are also
expected to soar across
Utah and into Wyoming
and Idaho, with triple-
digit heat forecast for
the Boise area. Cities in
Washington state that are
better known for cool,
rainy weather should
break the 90s next week.

Davis law school, said.
"As a matter of practice,
most lower federal courts
wait to act," Amar said.
"But there is nothing that
limits them from acting
sooner. It was within the
9th Circuit's power to do
what it did."
The petition was sub-
mitted to Justice Anthony
Kennedy, who oversees
motions in cases on appeal
from the 9th Circuit.
Kennedy also wrote the
decision on the other gay
marriage case the Supreme
Court handed down
on Wednesday striking
down the federal law that
prevented the federal
government from award-
ing spousal benefits to
married gay couples.


Today is Sunday, June 30, the
181st day of 2013. There are 184
days left in the year.
Today in history
On June 30, 1953, the first
Chevrolet Corvette, with its inno-
vative fiberglass body, was built
at a General Motors assembly
facility in Flint, Mich.
On this date
In 1859, French acrobat
Charles Blondin walked back and
forth on a tightrope above the
gorge of Niagara Falls as thou-
sands of spectators watched.
In 1886, Arturo Toscanini, a
19-year-old cellist, made his
legendary conducting debut as
he stepped in as a last-minute
substitute to lead the orchestra
of an Italian touring company's
performance of the Verdi opera
"Aida"in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
In 1908, the Tunguska Event
took place in Russia as an
asteroid exploded above Siberia,
leaving 800 square miles of
scorched or blown-down trees.
In 1912, Canada's deadliest
tornado on record occurred as
a cyclone struck Regina, the
provincial capital of Saskatch-
ewan, killing 28 people.
In 1921, President Warren
G. Harding nominated former
President William Howard Taft
to be chief justice of the United
States, succeeding the late
Edward Douglass White.
In 1933, the Screen Actors
Guild was established.
In 1934, Adolf Hitler carried
out his"blood purge"of political
and military rivals in Germany in
what came to be known as"The
Night of the Long Knives."
In 1963, Pope Paul VI was
crowned the 262nd head of the
Roman Catholic Church.
In 1972, for the first time,
a leap-second was added to
Coordinated Universal Time to
account for the slowing rotation
of the Earth.
In 1985, 39 American hostages
from a hijacked TWA jetliner
were freed in Beirut after being
held 17 days.
In 1993, actor George"Spanky"
McFarland of"Our Gang"and
"Little Rascals"fame died in
Grapevine, Texas, at age 64.
Today's birthdays
Actress Lea Massari is 80.
Actor Tony Musante is 77.
Actress Nancy Dussault is 77.
Singer Glenn Shorrock is 69.
Jazz musician Stanley Clarke
is 62. Actor David Garrison is
61. Rock musician Hal Lindes
(Dire Straits) is 60. Actor-
comedian David Alan Grier is
57. Actor Vincent D'Onofrio
is 54. Boxer Mike Tyson is 47.
Actor Peter Outerbridge is 47.
Rock musician Tom Drum-
mond (Better Than Ezra) is 44.
Actor Brian Bloom is 43. Actor
Brian Vincent is 43. Actress
Monica Potter is 42. Actor
Rick Gonzalez is 34. Actress
Lizzy Caplan is 31. Rhythm-
and-blues singer Fantasia
("American Idol") is 29. Olympic
gold medal swimmer Michael
Phelps is 28.

Couple lets
coffee drinkers
choose baby
(AP) -A Connecticut
couple has named its
baby with help from
customers at a Starbucks
coffee shop.
Jennifer James and
24-year-old Mark Dixon
of West Haven told the
New Haven Register
they had been struggling
between two names
for the boy they are
expecting in September,
so they decided to put it
to a vote.
They placed signs
at the Starbucks on
the New Haven Green,
where they are regulars,
asking people to vote for
either the name Jackson
or Logan.
They received about
1,800 votes in the coffee
cup serving as a ballot
box. The names Logan
and Jackson were favored
by the customers, but
ultimately both names
won. The couple said
it will name the baby
Logan Jackson Dixon.

The Sun /Sunday, June 30, 2013 WIRE Page 5 STATE NEWS




R-DIST. 16 R-DIST 17

June 25
H.R. 2383: To designate the new
Interstate Route 70 bridge over
the Mississippi River connecting
St. Louis, Mo., and southwestern
Illinois as the"Stan Musial
Veterans Memorial Bridge."
Passed 395/2
* Rep. Buchanan: Yea
* Rep. Rooney: Not Voting

H.R. 1092: To designate the
air route traffic control center
located in Nashua, N.H., as the
"Patricia Clark Boston Air Route
Traffic Control Center." Passed
* Rep. Buchanan: Yea
* Rep. Rooney: Not Voting

June 26
H.Res. 274: Providing for consid-
eration of the bill (H.R. 1613)
to amend the Outer Continental
Shelf Lands Act to provide for
the proper Federal management
and oversight of transboundary
hydrocarbon reservoirs, and
for other purposes; providing
for consideration of the bill
(H.R. 2231) to amend the Outer
Continental Shelf Lands Act to
increase energy exploration
and production on the Outer
Continental Shelf, provide for
equitable revenue sharing for all
coastal States, implement the
reorganization of the functions of
the former Minerals Manage-
ment Service into distinct and
separate agencies, and for other
purposes; providing for consid-
eration of the bill (H.R. 2410)
making appropriations for Agri-
culture, Rural Development, Food
and Drug Administration, and
Related Agencies programs for
the fiscal year ending September
30, 2014, and for other purposes;
providing for proceedings during
the period from June 29, 2013,
through July 5, 2013; and for
other purposes. Passed 228/194
Rep. Buchanan: Yea
* Rep. Rooney: Yea

H.Res. 274: Providing for consid-
eration of the bill (H.R. 1613)
to amend the Outer Continental
Shelf Lands Act ... Passed
* Rep. Buchanan: Yea
* Rep. Rooney: Yea

June 27
On Agreeing to the Amendment:
Amendment 1 to H R 1613.
Failed 213/213
* Rep. Buchanan: Yea
* Rep. Rooney: Yea

On Motion to Recommit with
Instructions: H.R. 1613: Outer
Continental Shelf Transboundary
Hydrocarbon Agreements Autho-
rization Act. Failed 194/232
* Rep. Buchanan: No
* Rep. Rooney: No

H.R. 1613: Outer Continental
ShelfTransboundary Hydro-
carbon Agreements Authoriza-
tion Act. Passed 256/171
* Rep. Buchanan: Aye
* Rep. Rooney: Aye

H.R. 1864: To amend title 10,
United States Code, to require
an Inspector General investiga-
tion of allegations of retaliatory
personnel actions taken in
response to making protected
communications regarding
sexual assault. Passed 423/0
* Rep. Buchanan: Yea
* Rep. Rooney: Yea

H.Amdt. 235 (Hastings) to H.R.
2231 (Offshore Energy and
Jobs Act): To strike section 204
because it eliminates environ-
mental evaluation typically
provided by an Environmental
Impact Study (EIS) and because
conducting a single multisale
EIS for decisions with different
timelines create... Failed 188/233
* Rep. Buchanan: No
* Rep. Rooney: No

Atheists place monument

by Ten
STARKE (AP) A group
of atheists unveiled a
monument to their non-
belief in God on Saturday
to sit alongside a granite
slab that lists the Ten
Commandments in front
of the Bradford County
As a small group of pro-
testers blasted Christian
country music and waved
"Honk for Jesus" signs,
the atheists celebrated
what they believe is the
first atheist monument
allowed on government
property in the United
"When you look at this
monument, the first thing
you will notice is that it
has a function. Atheists
are about the real and the
physical, so we selected
to place this monument
in the form of a bench,"
said David Silverman,



June 24
Cloture on S.Amdt. 1183 (Leahy)
to S. 744: To strengthen border
security and enforcement.
Cloture Motion Agreed to 67/27
* Sen. Nelson: Yea
* Sen. Rubio: Yea

June 25
On the Nomination PN413:
Penny Pritzker, of Illinois, to be
Secretary of Commerce. Nomina-
tion Confirmed 97/1
*Sen. Nelson: Yea
* Sen. Rubio: Yea

June 26
S.Amdt. 1183 (Leahy) to S.744:
To strengthen border security
and enforcement. Amendment
Agreed to 69/29
*Sen. Nelson: Yea
Sen. Rubio: Yea

Cloture on S. 744: Border Secu-
rity, Economic Opportunity, and
Immigration Modernization Act.
Cloture Motion Agreed to 67/31
*Sen. Nelson: Yea
SSen. Rubio: Yea

June 27
On the Nomination PN406:
Anthony Renard Foxx, of North
Carolina, to be Secretary of
Transportation. Nomination
Confirmed 100/0
* Sen. Nelson: Yea
* Sen. Rubio: Yea

On the AmendmentS. 744.
Amendment Agreed to 68/32
* Sen. Nelson: Yea
* Sen. Rubio: Yea

Cloture on S. 744: Border Secu-
rity, Economic Opportunity, and
Immigration Modernization Act.
Cloture Motion Agreed to 68/32
* Sen. Nelson: Yea
SSen. Rubio: Yea

S. 744: Border Security, Economic
Opportunity, and Immigration
Modernization Act. Bill Passed
* Sen. Nelson: Yea
* Sen. Rubio: Yea

June 25
S.Res. 186: A resolution
congratulating the Miami Heat
for winning the 2013 National
Basketball Association Finals.
Sponsor: Sen. Marco Rubio

June 27
S. 1262: A bill to require the
Secretary of Veterans Affairs to
establish a veterans conservation
corps, and for other purposes.
Sponsor: Sen. Bill Nelson
S. 1254: A bill to amend the
Harmful Algal Blooms and
Hypoxia Research and Control Act
of 1998, and for other purposes.
Sponsor: Sen. Bill Nelson


president of American
It also serves another
function a counter to
the religious monument
that the New Jersey-based
group wanted removed.
It's a case of if you can't
beat 'em, join 'em.
American Atheists
sued to try to have the
stone slab with the Ten
Commandments taken
away from the courthouse
lawn in this rural, conser-
vative north Florida town
best known for the prison
that confines death row
inmates. The Community
Men's Fellowship erected
the monument in what's
described as a free speech
zone. During mediation on
the case, the atheist group
was told it could have its
own monument, too.
"We're not going to
let them do it without a
counterpoint," Silverman
said. "If we do it without a
counterpoint, it's going to
appear very strongly that
the government actually
endorses one religion over
another, or I should say
- religion in general over
About 200 people
attended the unveiling.
Most were supportive,
though there were protest-
ers, including a group
from Florida League of the
South that had signs that
said "Yankees Go Home."
"We reject outsiders

coming to Florida -
especially from outside
what we refer to as the
Bible Belt and trying
to remake us in their own
image," said Michael
Tubbs, state chairman
of the Florida League of
the South. "We do feel
like it's a stick in the eye
to the Christian people
of Florida to have these
outsiders come down
here with their money
and their leadership and
promote their outside
values here."
After a cover was
taken off the 1,500-pound
granite bench Saturday,
people rushed to have
their pictures taken on
it. The bench has quotes
from Thomas Jefferson,
Benjamin Franklin, John
Adams and Madalyn
Murray O'Hair, the
founder of American
Atheists. It also has a list
of Old Testament punish-
ments for violating the Ten
Commandments, includ-
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- It took 50 years for
American attitudes about
marijuana to zigzag from
the paranoia of "Reefer
Madness" to the excesses
of Woodstock back to the
hard line of "Just Say No."
The next 25 years took
the nation from Bill
Clinton, who famously
"didn't inhale," to Barack
Obama, who most
emphatically did.
Now, in just a few short
years, public opinion has
moved so dramatically
toward general accep-
tance that even those who
champion legalization are
surprised at how quickly
attitudes are changing
and states are moving to
approve the drug for
medical use and just for
It is a moment in
America that is rife with
contradictions: -People
are looking more kindly
on marijuana even as
science reveals more
about the drug's potential
dangers, particularly for
young people.
States are giving the
green light to the drug in
direct defiance of a federal
prohibition on its use.
Exploration of the
potential medical benefit
is limited by high federal
hurdles to research.
Washington policymak-
ers seem reluctant to deal
with any of it.
Richard Bonnie, a
University of Virginia law
professor who worked
for a national commis-
sion that recommended
decriminalizing marijuana
in 1972, sees the public
taking a big leap from
prohibition to a more
laissez-faire approach
without full deliberation.
"It's a remarkable
story historically," he
says. "But as a matter of
public policy, it's a little

This May 6 photo shows medical marijuana demonstrators holding up signs outside of the
Federal Courthouse in Sacramento, Calif. The California Supreme Court ruled that cities and coun-
ties can ban medical marijuana dispensaries, a decision likely to further diminish the network of
storefront pot shops and fuel efforts to have the state regulate the industry.

More than a little
worrisome to those in the
anti-drug movement.
"We're on this hundred-
mile-an-hour freight
train to legalizing a third
addictive substance," says
Kevin Sabet, a former
drug policy adviser in the
Obama administration,
lumping marijuana with
tobacco and alcohol.
Legalization strategist
Ethan Nadelmann, execu-
tive director of the Drug
Policy Alliance, likes the
direction the marijuana
smoke is wafting. But
knows his side has consid-
erable work yet to do.
"I'm constantly re-
minding my allies that
marijuana is not going to
legalize itself," he says.
By the numbers:
Eighteen states and the
District of Columbia
have legalized the use of
marijuana for medical
purposes since California
voters made the first

move in 1996. Voters in
Colorado and Washington
state took the next step
last year and approved
pot for recreational use.
Alaska is likely to vote
on the same question
in 2014, and a few other
states are expected to put
recreational use on the
ballot in 2016.
Nearly half of American
adults have tried mari-
juana, 12 percent of them
in the past year, according
to a survey by the Pew
Research Center.
Fifty-two percent of
adults favor legalizing
marijuana, up 11 percent-
age points just since 2010,
according to Pew.
Sixty percent think
Washington shouldn't
enforce federal laws
against marijuana in
states that have ap-
proved its use.
Where California led
the charge on medical
marijuana, the next

chapter in this story is
being written in Colorado
and Washington state.
Policymakers there
are grappling with all
sorts of sticky issues
revolving around one
central question: How do
you legally regulate the
production, distribution,
sale and use of marijuana
for recreational purposes
when federal law bans
all of the above? The
Justice Department began
reviewing the matter after
last November's election.
But seven months later,
states still are on their
Both sides in the debate
paid close attention when
Obama said in December
that "it does not make
sense, from a prioritiza-
tion point of view, for us
to focus on recreational
drug users in a state that
has already said that
under state law that's

Dinosaur dads

may not have been

very caring

(New Scientist) Male
dinosaurs may not have
had a caring side after all.
Five years ago, a study
of theropod dinosaurs
concluded that it was
male dinosaurs that
incubated the eggs of
their offspring. Now a
new analysis of the same
data is challenging that
It is notoriously dif-
ficult to work out how
long-extinct animals
behaved, but a few fossils
found in recent decades
show clearly that some
Mesozoic theropods, a
bipedal group of car-
nivorous dinosaurs, made
- and sat on nests,
apparently in the same
way that birds do today.
In 2008, David
Varricchio at Montana
State University in
Bozeman and his col-
leagues set about learning
more about dinosaur
parenting. Their strategy
was to combine data
from those fossils with
what we know about how
their descendants behave
They deduced the adult
body mass of the nesting
dinosaurs and counted
the maximum number
of fossil eggs in the nests
attributed to each species.
They then compared their
figures to similar data
from studies of birds and
This revealed that nest-
ing theropod dinosaurs
produced unusually large
clutches for their body
mass, a pattern often
seen in birds in which
the male alone cares for
the eggs. In these species,
female birds can plow
more resources into
bigger clutches, because
the female is free to leave
the nest and replenish
her energy reserves after
laying eggs. Varricchio's

team concluded that
among theropods, the
males were also the egg
But recently a group of
British researchers reana-
lyzed the data and came
to a different conclusion.
Led by Charles
Deeming at the University
of Lincoln, the research-
ers say the 2008 analysis
didn't consider a few key
points. For instance, some
birds today deliberately
lay their eggs in another
bird's nest to avoid having
to care for them. This
distorts the size of some
clutches, making them
seem unusually large.
Theropod dinosaurs may
have behaved in the same
To try to eliminate this
effect, Deeming's team
counted the eggs in all
known fossil nests and
worked out an average
clutch size for each
theropod species, instead
of simply taking the
largest clutch size for each
species, asVarricchio had
When they compared
these average figures
with the adult body
mass, they found that
the theropod dinosaurs
no longer fall into the
group of male-only
Varricchio says the
new analysis looks
solid, but "regardless
of what this paper or
our paper says, we are
really operating with
only a few pieces of the
puzzle," he says. "To ad-
dress the parental care
in these dinosaurs, one
needs to consider their
other relatives and not
just birds." For instance,
crocodiles, which share
a common ancestor with
all dinosaurs, might be
one source of clues to
brooding behavior.

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Kerry extends
Mideast shuttle

AMMAN, Jordan
(Bloomberg) Secretary
of State John Kerry ex-
tended his Mideast shut-
tle diplomacy Saturday
with another round of
talks with Palestinian and
Israeli officials.
The top U.S. diplomat
met with Palestinian
President Mahmoud
Abbas for two hours
in Amman, Jordan. He
then headed back to
Jerusalem, where he
planned to hold a third
session in three days with
Israeli Prime Minister
Benjamin Netanyahu,
according to a State
Department official who
asked not to be identified
discussing the itinerary.
While Kerry has given
no hints publicly about
whether the talks were
fruitful, the addition of
more meetings indicated
he saw value in extending
the hours of conversa-
tions that were punctu-
ated by hours of travel.
Kerry canceled plans
to travel to Abu Dhabi
Saturday evening to
accommodate the added

Japan mulls
TOKYO (Yomiuri
Shimbun) The gov-
ernment is considering
permanently deploy-
ing Patriot Advanced
Capability-3 (PAC-3)
missile interceptor units
at the Defense Ministry
to continuously defend
the capital functions
of Tokyo, according to
government sources.
On Friday, the
government lifted an
April 7 order issued to
the Self-Defense Forces
to destroy any North
Korean ballistic mis-
siles that threatened
to hit Japan, given in
light of the possible
launch of the missiles
by Pyongyang, accord-
ing to the sources. The
lifting of the order was
not announced officially
for reasons of national
The order to shoot
down mobile interme-
diate-range Musudan
ballistic missiles if
necessary was lifted
because North Korea
has recently refrained
from provocative ac-
tions and remarks. The
SDF was to withdraw
PAC-3 units from the
ministry, deployed
after the April order to
defend the capital from
the missiles.

flees to Canada

Christian girl who was
accused of burning Islam's
holy book in a case that
focused international
attention on Pakistan's
harsh blasphemy laws was
forced to move to Canada
over security concerns,
her lawyer said Saturday.
The girl left Pakistan
with her parents, three
sisters and a brother on
March 14, attorney Tahir
Naveed Chaudhry said.
A Muslim cleric who
lobbied for her release,
Tahir Mehmood Ashrafi,
said she had been facing
threats and was moving
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concerns prevented them
from saying whether she
was in the country.

Popularity rating
of Brazil president
- Public approval of
Brazilian President Dilma
Rousseff's government has
suffered a steep drop in
the weeks since massive
protests broke out across
this country, according to
Brazil's first nationwide poll
released since the unrest
Published Saturday by
Folha de S. Paulo, the coun-
try's biggest newspaper,
the Datafolha survey found
30 percent of respondents
rated Rousseff's govern-
ment as "great/good," a
sharp fall from the 57 per-
cent who gave it that rating
three weeks ago before the
demonstrations began.
Datafolha interviewed
4,717 people on June
27 and 28, and the poll
has a margin of error of
2 percentage points.
The firm said Rousseff's
rating suffered the biggest
drop in presidential ap-
proval since a 1990 fall for
then-President Femando
Collor de Mello, who was
forced from office because
of a corruption scandal.
Beginning mid-June, the
protests had first targeted
transportation fare hikes
but quickly expanded to a
variety of causes including
government corruption,
high taxes, poor public
services and the billions
of dollars spent for next
year's World Cup soccer
tournament and the 2016

(AP) Paying tribute
to his personal hero,
President Barack Obama
met privately Saturday
with Nelson Mandela's
family as the world
anxiously awaited news
on the condition of the
ailing 94-year-old anti-
apartheid leader.
Obama, who has
spoken movingly about
Mandela throughout his
trip to Africa, praised
the former South African
president's "moral
courage" during remarks
from the grand Union
Buildings where Mandela
was inaugurated as
his nation's first black
The U.S. president also
called on the continent's
leaders, including in
neighboring Zimbabwe,
to take stock of Mandela's
willingness to put
country before self and
step down after one term
despite his immense
"We as leaders occupy
these spaces temporar-
ily and we don't get so

U.S. President Barack Obama greets the public as
to deliver remarks and takes questions at a town h

with young African leaders at
Soweto campus Saturday.
deluded that we think
the fate of our country
doesn't depend on how
long we stay in office,"
Obama said during a
news conference with
South African President
Jacob Zuma.
Obama's stop in South
Africa marked the mid-
way point of a weeklong
trip to Africa, his most
significant engagement
with the continent since
taking office in 2009.

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economy now as a re-
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focus on the continent
by China, India, Brazil
and others.
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Syrian fighter jets hit central city of Horns

BEIRUT (AP) Syrian
warplanes and ground
forces bombarded rebel-
held neighborhoods in
Homs on Saturday as
part of the military's on-
going campaign against
opposition fighters in
the heart of the country's
third largest city, activists
The army of President
Bashar Assad has been
on the offensive in recent
weeks, reclaiming some
of the territory it has lost
to the rebels in the past
The military, building
on its capture of the
strategic town of Qusair
between the Lebanese
border and Horns at the
beginning of this month,

has overrun a number
of villages nearby. It
also has hammered the
center of the city, a rebel
stronghold since the
uprising against Assad
began in March 2011.
The Britain-based
Syrian Observatory for
Human Rights said air
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the center of the city. It
said the army also fired
mortar shells into the
An activist from one
of those neighborhoods,
Khaldiya, said tanks
were also involved in the
bombardment, and that
the military was trying to
push into the area from
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10 a.m. in that area and
in nearby Old Homs,
activist Tariq Bardakhan
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UV Index and RealFeel Temperatures Today Possible weather-related delays today. Check
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Hi/Lo Outlook Delays
Ft. Myers 89/75 storms all day possible
1 : Sarasota 89/78 storms all day possible

81 92 95 95 82 The Sun Rise Set
8 a.m. 10 a.m. Noon 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. The Sun Rse Set
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the eatertheneed foreyeand skin protection 0-2 Low, Monday 6:38 a.m. 8:26 p.m.
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Air Quality Index readings as of Saturday -0
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Main pollutant: particulates

Pollen Index readings as of Saturday
7rees absent!
Weeds' .00.
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absent low moderate hlgh veryhlgh
Source: National Allergy Bureau

Punta Gorda through 5 p.m. Saturday
High/Low 900/760
Normal High/Low 92/730
Record High 990 (1980)
Record Low 680 (1971)
Precipitation (in inches)
24 hours through 5 p.m. Saturday 0.00"
Month to date 10.22"
Normal month to date 8.56"
Year to date 20.57"
Normal year to date 20.60"
Record 2.05" (1983)
Month 2013 2012 Avg. Record/Year
Jan. 0.43 0.77 1.80 7.07/1979
Feb. 2.12 0.73 2.43 11.05/1983
Mar. 1.98 0.75 3.28 9.26/1970
Apr. 3.06 0.81 2.03 5.80/1994
May 2.76 3.08 2.50 9.45/1991
Jun. 10.22 13.44 8.92 23.99/1974
Jul. 5.43 8.22 14.22/1995
Aug. 8.36 8.01 15.60/1995
Sep. 5.05 6.84 14.03/1979
Oct. 5.71 2.93 10.88/1995
Nov. 0.02 1.91 5.53/2002
Dec. 1.78 1.78 6.83/2002
Year 20.57 45.93 50.65 (since 1931)
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Sports Editor: Mark Lawrence

Tampa Bay's Yunel Escobar hits a game-winning RBI
Detroit Tigers reliever Bruce Rondon during the 10th
Saturday's game in St. Petersburg.

* MLB: Tampa Bay 4, Detroit 3

Rays prevail in extras TIGERSAT RAYS
WHO: Detroit (43-36)
at Tampa Bay (42-39)

Bay Rays got to the halfway point of
what thus far has been a disappoint-
ing season in thrilling style Saturday
night with a 4-3 10-inning win over the
Yunel Escobar singled over center-
fielder Austin Jackson's head to score
Sam Fuld and spark a walkoff celebra-
single off tion before 23,809 at Tropicana Field.
inning of James Loney started the rally off
100-moh throwing Bruce Rondon, the

Tigers latest closer candidate, with a
single up the middle. Rookie Wil Myers
followed with a single to center, hit so
hard pinch-runner Fuld had to stop at
second. After Luke Scott stuck out they
moved up on a wild pitch.
Rookie starter Chris Archer lasted
only five innings, but though the Rays
were down 3-2 manager Joe Maddon
used his bullpen as though they
were protecting a lead, trotting out
Alex Torres for two innings, then Joel
Peralta, and it paid off as Luke Scott

* TRACK & FIELD: Amber Quinn


Charlotte High School graduate Amber Quinn smiles on the infield of Tarpon Stadium on Saturday. It has been more than two months since Quinn collapsed on
that part of the infield after tearing her hamstring at the Wally Keller Invitational. She is still recovering from the injury.

One step at a time, Quinn recovers from partially

torn hamstring that ended her prep career

It took five seconds, may-
be less. Amber Quinn went
from hungrily devouring
the Tarpon Stadium track
in a 100-meter dash final
to lying face down on the
infield, her high school
career finished.

* NHL DRAFT: Tampa Bay

WHEN: Today, 3 p.m.
WHERE: Prudential Center,
Newark, N.J.
TV: NBC Sports Network (3
p.m.) NHL Network (8 p.m.)
round (third overall), second
round (33rd), fifth round
(124th), sixth round (154th),
seventh round (184th and

It took five seconds,
maybe less, but Amber
Quinn was always fast.
In the grand scale, the
Wally Keller Invitational on
April 12 wasn't a particu-
larly important meet. Just
a warmup for the following
week's Class 3A and 4A
district meets the portal
to the high school track

Quinn, a state qualifier
in 2012, was having a good
meet. She finished sixth in
the high jump at 4-foot-10,
though it was not her main
event. She also qualified
first in the 200 (her best
event) and third in the 100.


Charlotte's Amber Quinn strides across the finish
line during the 100-meter dash at the Wally Keller
Invitational on April 12 in Punta Gorda.

Lightning strive for another strong class

NEWARK, N.J. -When
Al Murray analyzes the
past two Tampa Bay
Lightning drafts, he sees
as much potential today
as when those 14 players
were selected.
More, perhaps, as play-

to develop.
"There's not one player
drafted we've written off
yet," the team's director
of amateur scouting said.
"We view all of them still
as NHL prospects."
It is too early to grade
the 2011 and '12 drafts.
But the organizational
enthusiasm for those

ers have had a year or two classes likely is highest

top-to-bottom for any in
team history.
The list includes
goaltenders Andrey
Vasilevskiy and Adam
Wilcox, forwards
Nikita Kucherov, Vlad
Namestnikov, Ondrej
Palat, Cedric Paquette,
Matthew Peca and Tanner
Richard, and defense-
men Slater Koekkoek and

Nikita Nesterov.
Add college free agents
J.T. Brown, a wing, and
defenseman Andrej Sustr,
and you have potentially
significant additions to
the conveyor belt of
talent general manager
Steve Yzerman has spo-
ken of constructing that is


WHEN: Today, 1:40 p.m.
WHERE: Tropicana Field,
St. Petersburg
PITCHERS: Rick Porcello (4-5, 5.27)
vs. Jeremy Hellickson (6-3, 5.11)
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Atlantic Coast Conference


In with

the new
N.C. -Atlantic
Coast Conference
Commissioner John
Swofford has spent
nearly two years working
to bring in new schools,
refuting reports of
departures and secur-
ing a media rights deal
to pump the brakes on
The end result
comes Monday when
Pittsburgh, Syracuse and
Notre Dame officially
arrive to form a 15-team
"It's a very exciting
time to be a part of this
league," Swofford said.
"In a lot of ways, it feels
like Pitt and Syracuse
and Notre Dame are
already in the league.
They just haven't been
in it competitively but
they've been in our
meetings and been a part
of our discussions and
the decisions that will
move us forward.... We're
just in a really good place
right now."
The changes began
with the ACC inviting
Pitt and Syracuse in
September 2011. A year
later, Notre Dame said it
would join in all league
sports except football,
though it will play five
games annually against
ACC teams and gain
access to its bowl tie-ins
starting next fall.
Then, after Maryland's
surprise defection to
the Big Ten for 2014, the
league reached out to
Louisville as a replace-
ment and secured a
grant-of-rights agree-
ment giving the ACC
control of TV money for
schools that leave before
the broadcast deal ends
after the 2026-27 season.
The changes have

ACC 13

How the 15-team conference will
line up this season in football:

Boston College
Florida State
N.C. State
Wake Forest

Ga. Tech
N. Carolina
Va. Tech

Note: Notre Dame remains an
independent in football but will play
five games annually vs. A (( teams.
*-Louisville will replace
Maryland in 2014.

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A farewell to a Tampa Bay great

his column should be
read while listening to
"Thunderstruck" by AC/
DC (running time: 4 minutes, 53
Something close to an
era came to an end Thursday
when the Tampa Bay Lightning
decided to release center Vincent
Lecavalier, once the top pick
in the NHL draft. Since being
drafted (and infamously referred
to by then-Bolts owner Art
Williams as the "Michael Jordan
of hockey"), he's the 11th leading
active NHL scorer one place
behind now-former teammate
Martin St. Louis.
He never won a Hart Trophy
(MVP), never won a Ross Trophy
(points title), though St. Louis
won both.
But without Lecavalier, the
Lightning never would have

lifted the Stanley Cup. Certainly
St. Louis never would have
become the player he did.
Lecavalier might not have
the name recognition of, say, a
Ronde Barber.


But he was every
bit as important
a sports figure
during his time
in Tampa Bay.
He was the
foundation of
the Lightning's
Stanley Cup team
and might never

be truly appreci-
ated, as he is statistically behind
St. Louis and will eventually be
behind Steven Stamkos.
But he will be missed.
This is what arena rock does
to you, by the way: You can't
listen to this week's musical

selection without thinking of an
NHL pregame skate.
The Lightning have so many
needs ahead of today's NHL
draft if you don't agree, check
out their depth chart it would
be hard to mess up when they go
on the clock. Unless they draft
Cody Zeller.
Just thrown for a loop upon
hearing a Hockey News analyst
refer to Stephen Weiss as the
Florida Panthers' "old guard."
Trivia question: How many
times during Stamkos' five-year
NHL career has he outscored
Lecavalier in a season?
Nothing at all to say about
Aaron Hernandez, sorry.
ESPN reported this week that
Dwight Howard is unlikely to
stay with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Between the team running a
style unfriendly to big men,

ard chafing under aging diva
Bryant and the California
income tax, who could
seen that coming?
ust to recap: The
adelphia 76ers traded the
:hise's best player last
mer (Andre Iguadola), are
likely to resign the star big
he was traded for (Andrew
im), just dealt their young
tar point guard (Jrue
day) and put the fate of
franchise in a skinny big
with questionable knees
lens Noel). Here's hoping the
s' new GM Sam Hinkie has
the wording of his contract
rivia answer: Once, in
-kos' rookie year of 2008-09.
valier finished with 67 points
goals, 38 assists), while Stamkos
16 (23 goals, 23 assists).



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Steady Driscoll

ties 3 others

for PGA lead

N.Y. Inbee Park is one
round from making his-
tory by winning the first
three majors of the year.
The top-ranked Park
had a four-stroke lead
through three rounds
at the U.S. Women's
Open. She shot 1-under
71 on Saturday in harsh
conditions at Sebonack
and was 10 under for the
Fellow South Korean
I.K. Kim had a 73 to
remain in second but lost
two strokes to Park. With
the wind whipping, the
greens fast and the pin
placements tricky, Park
was the only player to
shoot under par for the
No one has ever won
the first three majors in a
year when there were at
least four.
"I'm just going to try
to do the same thing that
I did for the last three
days," Park said. "Yeah, it
will be a big day. But it's
just a round of golf, and I
just try not to think about
it so much."
Park. a five-time winner
this year, made three
straight bogeys on the
11th, 12th and 13th holes
to briefly look vulnerable


At Sebonack Golf Club
Southampton, N.Y.
Purse: TBA ($3.25 million in 2012)
Yardage: 6,821; Par: 72
Third Round
InbeePark 67-68-71 206
I.K.Kim 68-69-73 210
Jodi Ewart Shadoff 70-69-74 213
SoYeon Ryu 73-69-73 215
Angela Stanford 73-68-74 215
PaulaCreamer 72-73-72 217
Jessica Korda 70-71-76 217
AiMiyazato 76-70-72 218
Brittany Lang 76-69-73 218
Brittany Lincicome 72-72-74 218
CristieKerr 72-72-74 218
KarrieWebb 73-73-73 219
Catriona Matthew 70-75-74 219
Lindy Duncan 71-73-75 219
Karinelcher 70-72-77 219
Anna Nordqvist 68-74-77 219
Azahara Munoz 73-74-73 220
NaYeonChoi 71-77-72 220
LexiThompson 75-69-76 220
MiJungHur 75-71-75 221
Shanshan Feng 71-75-75 221
HaejiKang 71-73-77 221
KristyMcPherson 74-75-72 221
Ha-Neul Kim 66-77-78 221
StacyLewis 71-76-75 222
Morgan Pressel 73-74-75 222
Jennifer Rosales 70-76-76 222
MariajoUribe 70-76-76 222
Thidapa Suwannapura 75-74-73 222
Caroline Hedwall 68-75-79 222
Lizette Salas 68-72-82 222
Sarah-Jane Smith 71-76-76 223
Maude-AimeeLeblanc 69-77-77 223

Ryann O'Toole
Mika Miyazato
Julieta Granada
Ayako Uehara
Dewi Claire Schreefel
Chella Choi
Pornanong Phatlum
Natalie Gulbis
Hee Kyung Seo
Christina Kim
Mo Martin
Gerina Piller
Jane Park
Caroline Masson
Laura Diaz


Inbee Park hits from a bunker on the 18th hole during
round of the U.S. Women's Open on Saturday at the S
Golf Club in Southampton, N.Y.

- though she still led
by three strokes. Just in
time, her brilliant putting

Congressional sees
4-way tie for lead: A triple
bogey for Bill Haas. Double bogeys
for Andres Romero and Roberto
Castro. They still wound up in a
four-way tie for the lead in the AT&T
National with James Driscoll, whose
third round was pleasantly dull by
Castro put on the finishing touch
at Congressional in Bethesda, Md.,
when he hit his approach into the
water left of the 18th green, and
then chipped in for par from 80 feet
to salvage an even-par 71.
Haas made nine birdies and had
to settle for a 68, courtesy of two
wedge shots that cost him four
shots, including his triple bogey on
the beastly 11th hole. Romero had
a three-shot lead at one point, and
then it was gone. He went from the
water to a bunker on the 11th for

PGA Tour
At Congressional Country Club
Bethesda, Md.
Purse: $6.5 million
Yardage: 7,569; Par: 71
Third Round
James Driscoll 69-69-68 -
Bill Haas 70-68-68 -
Roberto Castro 66-69-71 -
Andres Romero 70-66-70 --
Jason Kokrak 71-66-70 --
Tom Gillis 70-72-66 -
CharlieWi 72-71-65 -
Brendon Todd 74-67-68 -
Brandt Snedeker 69-71-69 -
Jordan Spieth 69-66-74 --
Morgan Hoffmann 73-68-69 -
Brendan Steele 73-71-66 -
Stewart Cink 70-69-71 --
NicolasColsaerts 69-68-73 --
Fabian Gomez 69-73-69 -
Chad Campbell 72-70-69 -
Ken Duke 71-70-70 -2
Graham DeLaet 68-72-71 -
GaryWoodland 70-69-72 -
Rickie Fowler 71-71-70 -2
CamiloVillegas 71-70-71 -2
Angel Cabrera 70-70-72 -2
Martin Flores 73-71-68 -
David Lingmerth 74-65-73 -
Shawn Stefani 70-74-68 -
D.H.Lee 71-66-75 -2
John Huh 71-71-71 -
NicholasThompson 73-69-71 -
Richard H. Lee 74-68-71 -
Brian Davis 70-72-71 -2
Adam Scott 73-71-69 -
David Mathis 71-70-72 -2
CameronTringale 71-67-75 -
Ted Potter,Jr. 72-70-72 --
Jason Day 70-73-71 -
Jason Bohn 73-70-71 -
Bob Estes 73-71-70 --
Patrick Reed 76-6474 --
Russell Henley 69-70-75 -2
Luke Guthrie 71-74-69 -
Vijay Singh 70-75-69 -
Ricky Barnes 72-71-72 --
ChezReavie 71-71-73 --
Steve LeBrun 71-72-72 --
Kevin Chappell 70-72-73 --
David Hearn 73-68-74 -
George McNeill 71-69-75 -
Matt Jones 72-72-71 --
Chris Stroud 70-74-71 --
Charley Hoffman 74-71-70 -
Y.E.Yang 74-71-70 -
Robert Garrigus 72-71-73 -

J- essica Korda turned to her
boyfriend and said,"Johnny, grab
the bag, let's go."
The 20-year-old American fire
her caddie midway through the
third round of the U.S. Women's
Open, and Johnny DelPrete
1-i instantaneously went from
S spectator to participant.
-- Korda said she and Jason
AP PHOTO Gilroyed had several disagree-

ig the third ments over the first nine holes
Sebonack Saturday.
"It's a U.S. Open. It's a big week
for me,;'she said after the round.

double bogey and followed that with
a bogey on the next hole. He made
six pars the rest of the way for a 70.
Driscoll He had a 68, the only
player in the field to break 70 all
three rounds. Coming off a bogey on
the 15th, Driscoll though he might
be headed for another with a poor
tee shot. But he knocked a 4-iron
out of the rough, barely got onto the
green and rolled in a 25-foot birdie.

Couples strings
together late birdies for
lead: Fred Couples birdied three
of the final five holes for a 3-under
67 and a two-stroke lead after the
third round of the Senior Players
Championship in Pittsburgh.
Couples completed a 62 in the
morning in the rain-delayed second
round and had a 15-under 195 total at
Fox Chapel. Kenny Perry was second in
the Champions Tour major. He finished
off a 63 in the morning and backed it
up with another 63 in the afternoon.
Duffy Waldorf was third at 11 under
after rounds of 67 and 66.

Lucas Glover
Brian Stuard
Brandt Jobe
Martin Laird
Ryan Palmer
Sean O'Hair


Champions Tour
At FoxChapel Golf Club
Purse: $2.7 million
Yardage: 6,696; Par: 70
Third Round

Fred Couples
Kenny Perry
Mike Goodes
John Huston
Mark Calcavecchia
Morris Hatalsky
Corey Pavin
Michael Allen
Jeff Hart
Bernhard Langer
Fred Funk
Tom Lehman
Peter Senior
Bill Glasson
Hal Sutton
Colin Montgomerie
Rocco Mediate
Roger Chapman
Rod Spittle
Steve Elkington
Jeff Sluman
David Eger
Mark Brooks
Chien Soon Lu
Joe Daley
Peter Jacobsen
Jay Haas
John Cook

70-69-70 Tour
At Victoria National Golf Club
Raleigh, N.C.
Purse: $600,000
Yardage: 7,242; Par: 72
Third Round
Billy Hurley Ill 69-68-68 20
JoeAffrunti 70-69-68 20

"It's one of the most important
weeks for me of the year. I was
just not in the right state of mind."
The switch seemed to work:
After shooting 5 over on the front
nine, Korda was 1 under the rest
of the way. She finished with a 76
and was tied for sixth at 1 over, 11
strokes behind leader Inbee Park.
"The first few holes I was very
shaky, but my boyfriend/caddie
kept me very calm out there and
kept it very light,"Korda said."And
it was kind of funny seeing him
fumble over yardage."

Luiten's 66 good for
European Tour lead:
Dutchman Joost Luiten shot a
6-under 66 to take a one-stroke lead
after the second round of the Irish
Open in Maynooth, Ireland.
Luiten, the Lyoness Open
winner in Austria this month, had a
13-under 203 total at Carton House.
Spain's Pablo Larrazabal was second
after a 66.

Adam Hadwin
Alex Cejka
Ben Martin
Kevin Tway
Jim Renner
Joseph Bramlett
Michael Putnam
Jerod Turner
Alex Aragon
James Nitties
Ashley Hall
Peter Malnati
John Peterson
Will Wilcox
Fernando Mechereffe
Danny Lee
Wes Roach
Hunter Haas
Adam Crawford
Richard S.Johnson
Randall Hutchison
Roland Thatcher
Sam Saunders
AndrewD. Putnam
Jonathan Hodge


5 European Tour
7 At Carton House Golf Club
7 (Montgomerie)
7 Maynooth, Ireland
7 Purse: $2.63 million
7 Yardage: 7,271; Par: 72
7 Third Round
8 Joost Luiten, Netherlands 67-70-66 -
8 Pablo Larrazabal, Spain 69-69-66 -
8 Robert Rock, England 69-66-71 -
8 Paul Casey, England 68-72-67 -
8 Scott Henry, Scotland 74-64-69 -
9 Alvaro Quiros, Spain 72-68-68-
9 PeterWhiteford, Scotland 71-68-69 -
9 Raphael Jacquelin, France 69-69-70-
9 Ricardo Santos, Portugal 71-66-71 -
J.Maria Olazabal, Spain 68-69-71 -
Oscar Floren, Sweden 66-71-71 -
F.Andersson Hed, Sweden 70-71-68 -
AlejandroCanizares,Spain 71-69-69-
JamieDonaldson,Wales 69-71-69-
Thomas Bjorn, Denmark 68-71-70-
Rafa Cabrera-Bello, Spain 69-70-70 -
Peter Uihlein, United States 67-68-74 -
5 Paul Lawrie, Scotland 71-70-73 -
7 Francesco Molinari, Italy 73-67-76 -



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The over-30

set leads the

way after first

week of play
Date-Krumm remembers
the good ol' days, when
she used to shop in the
morning, then go play
tennis at night.
Those days are over -
at least the shopping part.
At 42 years young,
Date-Krumm is still out
there, leading the way in
what is turning into quite
a renaissance for the ag-
ing set this tennis season
and at Wimbledon.
"When I was young,
even during the tourna-
ment, I had energy for
the shopping, but now
I have no energy for
that," Date-Krumm
said Saturday, shortly
after she became the
oldest woman to play
a third-round match at
Wimbledon in the 45-
year Open era.
She fell 6-2, 6-0 to
the top 30-something,
Serena Williams.
In all, nine of the 32
players remaining for
the second week will
be 30 or over, tying the
Wimbledon Open-era
record for the fourth
round, last reached in
1975. Not among those
nine: 31-year-old Roger
Federer, the seven-time
champion, who exited
early, but upon leaving,
said "I still have plans
to play for many more
As of this week, the
average age of the top 20
players on the men's tour
is 27 years, 260 days -
more than 21/2 years older
than it was 10 years ago,
according to STATS Inc.
And on the women's tour
over the last 10 years, the
average age has spiked
by almost exactly two
years to 26 years, 213
Players such as
31-year-old Li Na,
31-year-old Mikhail
Youzhny, 31-year-old
David Ferrer and
35-year-old Tommy Haas
- all of them preparing
for Monday matches at
Wimbledon contribute
to those numbers.
Haas advanced by
defeating 31-year-old
Feliciano Lopez in four
"There's no doubt that
a certain type of train-
ing and proper practice
and maybe even diet, all
put together, can help
someone stick around
for a while," said Corrado
Barazzutti, a top-10
player in the 1970s who
coached Francesca
Schiavone when she won
the 2010 French Open.
Schiavone was less
than a month shy of 30

strengthened the ACC's
East Coast presence,
expanded its footprint
west into Indiana and
offered protection from
future realignment.
That's why Notre Dame
athletic director Jack
Swarbrick said there's
excitement in South
Bend about the move for
the Fighting Irish, who
will remain a football
independent. He said a
man stopped him on the
way to his office Friday to
say it was "the best thing
Notre Dame could have

"You want to go into
a conference where you
know the members are

Mr rn i
Serena Williams reacts after winning a point against 42-year-old Kimiko Date-Krumm during their
women's singles match at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon Saturday.

At TheAll England Lawn Tennis &
Croquet Club, London
Purse: $34.9 million (Grand Slam)
Surface: Grass-Outdoor
Third Round
Mikhail Youzhny (20), Russia, def. Viktor
Troicki, Serbia, 6-3,6-4,7-5.
Fernando Verdasco, Spain, def. Ernests
Gulbis, Latvia, 6-2,6-4,6-4.
KennydeSchepper,France,def.Juan Mo-
naco (22), Argentina, 6-4, 7-6 (8), 6-4.
Lukasz Kubot, Poland, def. Benoit Paire
Andreas Seppi (23), Italy,def.Kei Nishikori
(12),Japan,3-6,6-2,6-7 (4),6-1,6-4.
Ivan Dodig, Croatia, def. Igor Sijsling,
Netherlands, 6-0,6-1,1-0, retired.
Bernard Tomic, Australia, def. Richard
Gasquet (9), France, 7-6 (7), 5-7,7-5,7-6 (5).
Tomas Berdych (7), Czech Republic, def.
Kevin Anderson (27), South Africa, 3-6, 6-3,
Juan Martin del Potro (8), Argentina, def.
Grega Zemlja, Slovenia, 7-5,7-6 (3), 6-0.
Tommy Haas (13), Germany, def. Felicia-
no Lopez, Spain, 4-6,6-2, 7-5,6-4.
Novak Djokovic (1), Serbia, def. Jeremy
Chardy (28), France, 6-3,6-2,6-2.

when she took the title
in Paris, making her the
oldest woman since 1969
to win her first Grand
Slam championship.
All of this feels like
a different world to
Pat Cash, the 1987
Wimbledon champion,
who played in the days
when the sight of a
37-year-old Ilie Nastase
or a 39-year-old Jimmy
Connors prowling the
court wasn't unheard of
but certainly wasn't as
common as it is now.
"When I was playing,
once you hit 30, the
tournament directors
wouldn't look your way if
you needed a wildcard to
get in," Cash said. "Once
I hit 30, they completely
ignored me. Now, they're

fully committed to the
conference," Swarbrick
said. "They were saying
that publicly, they were
saying that privately,
but (the grant of rights)
was a very significant
manifestation of that
commitment. That's a
great place."
It's the second ACC
expansion in 16 years un-
der Swofford, who lured
Boston College, Miami
and Virginia Tech from
the Big East a decade ago.
This time, he expanded
campus visits with
presidents and athletic
directors to include uni-
versity trustees during
stops at Florida State,
Clemson and Virginia to
answer questions about
the ACC's future.
The ACC has sued
Maryland for payment

David Ferrer (4), Spain, def. Alexandr Dol-
gopolov (26), Ukraine, 6-7 (6), 7-6 (2), 2-6,
Third Round
Petra Kvitova (8), Czech Republic, def.
Ekaterina Makarova (25), Russia, 6-3, 2-6,
Sloane Stephens (17), United States, def.
Petra Cetkovska, Czech Republic, 7-6 (3),
Monica Puig, Puerto Rico, def. Eva
Birnerova, Czech Republic, 4-6,6-3,6-4.
Roberta Vinci (11), Italy, def. Dominika
Cibulkova (18), Slovakia, 6-1,64.
Laura Robson, Britain, def. Marina Era-
kovic, New Zealand, 1-6,7-5,6-3.
Tsvetana Pironkova, Bulgaria, def. Petra
Martic, Croatia, 6-1,4-6,6-2.
Agnieszka Radwanska (4), Poland, def.
Madison Keys, United States, 7-5,4-6,6-3.
Kaia Kanepi, Estonia, def. Alison Riske,
United States, 6-2,6-3.
Sabine Lisicki (23), Germany, def. Sam
Stosur (14), Australia, 4-6,6-2,6-1.
Li Na (6), China, def. Klara Zakopalova
(32), Czech Republic, 4-6,6-0,8-6.
Serena Williams (1), United States, def.
Kimiko Date-Krumm, Japan, 6-2,6-0.

realizing that these
players like (Lleyton)
Hewitt and Haas are still
drawing cards. So these
players can get into tour-
naments, get practice
and their bodies can get
toughened up again after
injuries more than they
could 15 years ago."
Rules that restricted
the number of tourna-
ments teenagers could
play actually date to
the 1990s when tours,
especially the women,
saw an increasing num-
ber of teens Jennifer
Capriati, Andrea Jaeger,
Martina Hingis enjoy-
ing early success, but
finding themselves
unable to cope with the
physical and emotional
strain of getting so good,

ACC commissioner John Swofford,
last week in New York, called it"a
the conference, which officially w
and Notre Dame on Monday.
of an exit fee of nearly
$53 million, set after the
Notre Dame announce-
ment that also allowed
the league to renegotiate

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KEY MATCHES: No. 1 Novak
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No.2 Andy Murray vs. No.20
Mikhail Youzhny, No. 4 David
Ferrer vs. Ivan Dodig, No. 7 Tomas
Berdych vs. Bernard Tomic, No.
8 Juan Martin del Potro vs. No.
23 Andreas Seppi; No. 1 Serena
Williams vs. No. 23 Sabine Lisicki,
No. 4 Agnieszka Radwanska vs.
Tsvetana Pironkova, No. 6 Li Na vs.
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so fast.
Tracy Austin won the
U.S. Open at 16 and was
all but done by 21. She
said the age restriction
certainly helps lengthen
today's average career,
but concedes there must
be other reasons for the
recent spike, given that
the age limits have been
in place for nearly two
"The only reason I can
think of is the physicality
of the game," Austin said.
"It's such a demanding
game, physically, and it
takes them a little while
to make the transition
from the juniors to
the pros and be strong
enough to withstand the
pace and power."

BASTIA, Corsica-
Riders at the Tour de
France know to expect the
unexpected. But nothing
could have prepared them
for the mayhem that
turned Saturday's first
stage of the 100th Tour
into a demolition derby
on two wheels.
Seemingly for the first
time at the 110-year-
old race, one of the big
buses that carry the teams
around France when
they're not on their bikes
got stuck at the finish line,
literally wedged under
scaffolding, unable to
move. The timing couldn't
have been worse: The
blockage happened as
the speeding peloton was
racing for home, less than
12 miles out.
Fearing the worst a
possible collision between
198 riders and the bus -
race organizers took the
split-second decision to
shorten the race. Word
went out to riders over
their radios and they
adapted tactics accord-
ingly, cranking
up their speed For r
another notch see Sc
to be first to the pa
new line, now 1.8
miles closer than
originally planned.
Then, somewhat
miraculously, the bus for
the Orica Greenedge team
wriggled free. So organiz-
ers reverted to Plan A.
Again over the radios,
word went out to by-now
confused riders and
teams that the race would
finish as first intended -
on a long straightaway
alongside the shimmering
turquoise Mediterranean,
where an expectant crowd
waited to cheer the first
stage winner of the 100th
Then, bam! Two riders
collided and one of them
went down, setting off
a chain of spills that
scythed through the pack
like a bowling ball.
And this was just Day
One. The bad news for
riders: They've still got an-
other 20 stages and 1,982
more miles to survive to
the finish in Paris.
Keeping his head and
riding his luck amid
the chaos, Marcel Kittel
sprinted for the win,
claiming the first yellow
"It feels like I have gold
on my shoulders," said
the German rider for the
Argos-Shimano team.
The 22 teams know
from experience that the
first days of any Tour are
always tough. Everyone
is nervous, full of energy
and jostling for position.
Team Sky's Chris
Froome survived Day One
more or less unscathed.


a person familiar with
the situation said. The
person spoke to The
Associated Press on
condition of anonymity
because the league isn't
releasing the financial
details of the TV deal.
Notre Dame will get a
basketball share worth
about 20 percent of
the ACC's TV package
roughly between $3
million and $4 million
because of its football
partnership with NBC.
AP PHOTO The per-school payouts
, shown at a news conference are up from an average
an exciting time"to be a part of of $16.9 million for 12
welcomes Pittsburgh, Syracuse teams for the 2011 tax
year with adjustments for
bowl revenue and other
its TV deal with ESPN. compensation, according
The 14 football mem- to the league's Form 990
bers will receive an tax filing.
average of more than The league is also
$20 million annually, researching the creation

TODAY'S STAGE: The 97-mile
course cuts through Corsica's
mountains and concludes in
TV: NBCSN, 7:30 a.m.
Marcel Kittel won the 132.4-
mile flat stage ending in Bastia,
Corsica in 4 hours, 56 minutes,
52 seconds.
NOTABLE: All riders were
assigned the same time because
of late race confusion and a

Two-time former cham-
pion Alberto Contador
didn't. The Spaniard, back
at the Tour after a doping
ban which also cost him
his 2010 victory, crossed
the line grimacing in pain,
his left shoulder cut and
bruised. He was tangled
in the crash that threw
about 20 riders to the tar-
mac. Contador said he'll
be sore for a few days,
"but I still have enough
time to recover."
Even for the Tour, which
has seen more than its fair
share of dramas
ults, in 99 previous
board, editions, Saturday's
e 7 calamitous chain
of events was
"We've never had
to change the finish
line before," said Jean-
Francois Pescheux, the
event director who helps
pick the route each year.
"There's never been a bus
stuck before."
The blockage at the line
presented organizers with
two solutions: cancel the
stage entirely or shorten
it, he said. They took the
second option.
"We announced that
in French, English, and
Spanish on the Tour
radio so that everybody
was up-to-date," he said.
Then, "in the following
three minutes, we were
told that the finish line
was cleared. At that point,
we announced that the
finish was back to the
real, original finish line."
Because of what
Pescheux called "the
little bout of panic and
crashes" caused by this
confusion, organizers
subsequently decided to
give everyone the same
time as Kittel 4 hours,
56 minutes, 52 seconds
over the 132-mile trek
from the port town of
Porto Vecchio to Bastia in
the north of the island.
"It's clear there was a
moment of panic, and
that's why we put every-
body on equal footing,"
said Pescheux.
"The lesson learned
is that buses, that heavy
vehicles, they should
avoid going through the
finish line," he added.

of its own TV channel.
Florida State President
Eric J. Barron said the
changes bolster foot-
ball before the College
Football Playoff begins
in 2014, and make men's
basketball long the
league's most tradition-
rich sport even
"I think that it provides
fresh opportunities,"
Barron said. "I think
that we're moving more
and more into a phase
in which who you play
(in football) is critical
as you start to compete
for a national champi-
onship. You're getting
Notre Dame on your
schedule, and Pittsburgh
and Syracuse are solid
schools. I think the con-
ference is scary in terms
of basketball."

TENNIS: like old times

Feels like old times


Confusion and

mayhem mark

Tour's start

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Markel cruises as Crabs

crank three home runs

Markel struck out 10
Hammerheads in six-plus
innings Saturday and the
Charlotte Stone Crabs
cranked three home
runs in a 4-1 win against
Markel (4-4) allowed
four hits and an unearned
run while walking one in
6 1/3 innings.
He ran into his only
bit of trouble in the
Stone Crabs 4, Hammerheads 1
Brett2B 5 0 1 1 0 0 .360
HagerSS 5 0 0 0 0 4 .283
ArgoRF 4 0 1 0 0 3 .312
Shaffer3B 4 0 0 0 1 1 .244
CasaliDH 3 1 1 1 1 1 .282
SegovialB 4 1 2 1 0 1 .268
MalmLF 4 2 3 1 0 0 .250
DePewC 4 0 2 0 0 2 .212
CarterCF 4 0 0 0 0 3 .238
Totals 37 410 4 215 .266
GoetzLF 3 0 0 0 1 0 .247
GallowayCF 3 0 0 0 0 1 .292
NolaSS 3 0 0 1 0 2 .258
BarnesC 4 0 0 0 0 1 .276
Burg RF 4 0 0 0 0 2 .322
Smith 1B 4 0 0 0 0 4 .167
Lopez3B 4 0 1 0 0 2 .321
GimenezDH 3 0 1 0 0 1 .240
Wilson2B 3 1 2 0 0 0 .226
Totals 31 1 4 1 113 .261
Charlotte 000202 000 4 10 2
Jupiter 001000 000 1 4 0
E- Brett (3, fielding), Hager (14, throw).
LOB- Charlotte 9. Jupiter 6.2B- DePew
(3), Brett (6). Wilson, Ro (6). HR- Casali (3,
4th inning off Heaney, 0 on, 0 out), Malm
(7),Segovia (10).RBI-Casali (8),Malm (27),
Segovia (28), Brett (8). Nola (31). SB- Argo
(20), Brett (8). Goetz (4). SAC- Galloway.
SF- Nola. RISP- Charlotte 2 for 9. Jupiter
0 for6.
Charlotte IP H R ER BB SO HR ERA
MarkelW,4-4 6.1 4 1 0 1 10 05.78
SueroS,1 2.2 0 0 0 0 3 06.31
Heaney L,1-2 4.1 6 2 2 1 8 2 1.56
Andrelczyk 1.1 3 2 2 0 2 1 2.08
Fermin 1.1 1 0 0 1 1 00.00
Cravey 2 00 0 0 4 0 2.48
Inherited runners-scored- Suero, E 1-0,
Andrelczyk 1-0, Fermin 1-0. HBP- Argo
(by Heaney). WP- Heaney, Andrelc-
zyk. Umpires- HP: John Libka. 1B: Alex


homered with one out
in the eighth to tie it 3-3.
Fernando Rodney got
them through the ninth
and the 10th in a 31-pitch
performance, including
a key strike of Miguel
Cabrera, after buzzing
him, and Cabrera didn't
like it, saying something
that looked inappropriate
from the plate and then
continuing to rant from
the dugout.
The win got the Rays
got to the halfway point
of the season at 42-39.
Archer got off to a shaky
start, throwing balls on
his first five pitches and
seven of eight, though
escaped a 25-pitch first
inning without any runs.
He didn't fare as well in
the third, allowing three,
hurt by a wild pitch in the
Austin Jackson hit
a homer to start the
inning, then with one
out Miguel Cabrera
singled to left. Archer got
Prince Fielder on a fly to
center, but then allowed
a two-out single to Victor
Martinez. An 0-1 pitch
that bounced past catcher
Jose Molina allowed the
runners to move up to
second and third, and
then became costly when
Jhonny Peralta delivered
what was then a two-run
Faced with the over-
powering Justin Verlander
on the mound, the Rays
slowly worked their way
back to within a run.
Desmond Jennings


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third inning, when Ross
Wilson's bunt toward
third base yielded a single
to start the inning. An
error by second baseman
Ryan Brett allowed Ryan
Goetz to reach base,
and Wilson advanced to
second. A pair of sacri-
fices scored Wilson with
the only damage done
against Markel.
Curt Casali led off the
fourth inning with his
third home run, and Jeff

Malm followed shortly
after with a solo shot to
give the Crabs a 2-1 lead.
Alejandro Segovia deliv-
ered his team-leading
10th homer of the season
in the sixth. Brett's double
to center scored Malm to
conclude the scoring.
Eliazer Suero picked
up his first save of the
season, striking out three
in 2 /3 scoreless innings
of relief.

H ammerneads 3, Stone Lraos ILUKIUA STIAITE LEAGUE
Second Game, late Friday North Division
Bradenton AB R H BIBBSO Avg. W L Pet. GB
Hanson SS 3 1 1 0 0 1 .289 Daytona (Cubs) 7 3 .700 -
1-GamachePR-2B 1 1 0 1 0 1 .276 Brevard Co. (Brewers) 6 4 .600 1
SosaCF 6 0 1 1 0 1 .220 Tampa (Yankees) 5 5 .500 2
Osuna DH 6 0 1 1 0 1 .245 Clearwater (Phillies) 4 5 .444 2/2
AllielB 5 0 1 0 0 2 .226 x-Dunedin(Blue Jays) 4 6 .400 3
GarciaRF 4 0 0 0 1 1 .248 Lakeland (Tigers) 3 6 .333 31/2
Mesa LF 5 0 0 0 0 2 .237 South Division
StallingsC 4 0 0 0 1 0 .224 W L Pct. GB
Gonzalez2B-SS 5 0 0 0 0 2 .219 Charlotte (Rays) 6 4 .600 -
Lashmet3B 4 1 0 0 1 2 .198 Palm Beach (Cardinals) 6 4 .600 -
Totals 43 3 4 3 413 Bradenton (Pirates) 5 5 .500 1
Charlotte AB R H BIBBSO Avg. x-Fort Myers (Twins) 4 5 .444 11/2
CarterCF 6 0 1 0 1 2 .242 Jupiter (Marlins) 4 5 .444 11/2
HagerSS 7 2 1 0 0 0 .289 St.Lucie(Mets) 4 6 .400 2
Vettleson RF 4 0 1 0 2 0 .270 x-clinched first half
Shaffer3B 4 0 1 0 1 0 .248 Friday's results
CasaliC 5 0 0 0 1 0 .280 Charlotte 9,Bradenton 8,1stgame
Segovia 1B 5 0 1 0 1 0 .263 Dunedin 3, Lakeland 2
MalmLF 1 0 1 1 3 0 .241 BrevardCounty2,Clearwaterl
2-Argo PR-LF 1 0 0 0 1 0 .314 Palm Beach 5, St. Lucie2,10 innings
DePewBDH 5 0 1 0 0 1 .202 Jupiter 0, Fort Myers 0, tie, 3 innings, susp.,
Kline2B 3 0 0 0 0 1 .174 rain
a-BrettPH-2B 3 0 0 0 0 0 .369 Daytona 13,Tampa 6
Totals 44 2 7 1 10 4 Bradenton 3, Charlotte 2, 13 innings,
Bradenton 100001 0000041--342 2nd game
Charlotte 101 000 000000 0-274 Saturday's games
1-Ran for Hanson in the 6th. a-Grounded Lakeland 5, Brevard County 4,11 innings
out for Kline, B in the 8th. 2-Ran for Malm Fort Myers 12,St.Lucie2
in the 8th. E- Mesa (1), Gonzalez (6); Kline Dunedin 6,Tampa 5
(1), Vettleson (13), Shaffer (10), Casali (4). Palm Beach 5, Bradenton 0
LOB- Bradenton 6, Charlotte 15. 2B- Charlotte4,Jupiterl
Hanson (18), Sosa (1), Allie (3); Malm (13). Clearwater 3, Daytona 2
3B- Carter (6). RBIs- Osuna (27), Sosa, Today'sgames
J (7), Gamache (32); Malm (26). SB- Argo Brevard County at Lakeland, 1 p.m.
(19), Carter (5). CS- Osuna (4). SAC- De- St. Lucie at Fort Myers, 4:05 p.m.
Pew. SF- Gamache. Runners in scoring Palm Beach at Bradenton,5 p.m.
position- Bradenton 1 for 9; Charlotte Charlotte atJupiter, 5:05p.m.
1 for 13. GIDP- Charlotte: Segovia, Brett. Clearwater at Daytona,5:35 p.m.
DP- Bradenton 2 (Hanson-Gonzalez, B-AlI- Tampa at Dunedin,6:30 p.m.
lie, Gonzalez, B-Gamache-Allie); Charlotte
(Garcia, N-Casali-Shaffer). CRABS LAN ER
Rowland 3 2 2 2 6 1 04.60
De Leon 4 2 0 0 1 2 0 3.64 Upcoming games for the Stone Crabs:
Von Rsnbrg 3 00 0 1 0 0 4.05
KilcreaseW,4-1 3 3 0 0 2 1 0 1.40 MON. TUES. WED.
Gomez 6 22 1 0 4 05.72 at Jupiter Off vs.P.Beach
Garcia 3 1 0 0 1 5 04.45 6:35 p.m. 6:30p.m.
BellattiL,1-1 4 1 1 1 3 4 02.70
HBP- Shaffer (by Rowland). IBB- Gam-
ache (by Garcia, N).WP- Rowland, Garcia,
Bellatti. Balk- Bellatti. Umpires- Home:
Tyler Curlis. First: Rich Gonzalez. T- 3:43.
A- 1,612.

Tampa Bay's Luke Scott high-
fives third base coach Tom
Foley after hitting an home
run off Detroit Tigers starter
Justin Verlander on Saturday
in St. Petersburg.

tripled to center with
one out in the third, and
Ben Zobrist brought him
home with a ground out
to the right side.
Matt Joyce reached on
an errant toss by Fielder
in the vicinity of first
base to open the home
fifth, went to third on a
one-out single by Zobrist
and scored on a single by
James Loney, who moved
into the cleanup spot in
Evan Longoria's absence.
Scott, one of the players
Maddon said needs to
step up in Longoria's
absence, knocked a 1-0
pitch from Verlander just
over the right-field fence,
his first since June 15.
But the missed oppor-
tunities were a big part of
the story, withVerlander
making the big pitch
when he needed to.
In the first, they had
two on and two outs
and rookie Wil Myers,
after taking a huge cut
at a 3-and-0 fastball and
fouling it back, flied to
right. In the fourth, after
Nos. 8 and 9 hitters Yunel
Escobar and Jose Molina
drew back-to-back
five-pitch walks with
two outs, Kelly Johnson
swung at the first pitch

and grounded into an
out. In the fifth, they
had two on and one out
after scoring one run,
but Myers grounded
into a double play. In the
seventh, they had two on
and one out and Loney
grounded into a double
Archer, making his sixth
start this season and 10th
of his career, had another
uneven evening, lasting
only five innings as threw
94 pitches. The three runs
and five hits weren't so
bad, the three walks and
three wild pitches more

Rays 4,Tigers 3,10 innings
Detroit AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
AJacksoncf 3 1 1 1 2 1 .296
Dirksl If 3 0 0 0 0 1 .247
a-A.Garcia ph-rf 2 0 0 0 0 2 .244
Mi.Cabrera 3b 4 1 1 0 1 1 .375
Fielder 1b 4 0 0 0 1 0 .277
V.Martinezdh 5 1 3 0 0 1 .231
Jh.Peraltass 5 0 1 2 0 1 .316
D.Kellyrf-lf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .220
Infante 2b 4 0 1 0 0 0 .296
B.Penac 4 0 1 0 0 0 .298
Totals 38 3 8 3 4 8
Tampa Bay AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
Joycelf 3 1 0 0 1 0 .247
c-S.Rodriguezph-lfl 0 0 0 0 1 .233
DeJenningscf 5 1 1 0 0 3 .252
Zobrist2b 5 0 3 1 0 0 .276
Loneylb 5 0 3 1 0 0 .314
1-Fuldpr 0 1 0 0 0 0 .179
W.Myersrf 5 0 2 0 0 0 .300
Scottdh 5 1 1 1 0 1 .235
Y.Escobarss 4 0 2 1 1 0 .247
J.Molinac 2 0 0 0 2 2 .259
KJohnson3b 3 0 0 0 0 0 .233
b-R.Robertsph-3b1 0 0 0 0 1 .236
Totals 39 412 4 4 8
Detroit 003000000 0- 3 81
TampaBay 001010010 1- 4121
Two outs when winning run scored, a-
struck out for Dirks in the 7th. b-struck
out for KJohnson in the 9th. c-struck out
for Joyce in the 9th. 1-ran for Loney in the
10th. E-Fielder (4), DeJennings (1). LOB-
Detroit 9, Tampa Bay 10.2B-Infante (15),
B.Pena (5). 3B-DeJennings (4). HR-A.
Jackson (4), off Archer; Scott (5), off Ver-
lander. RBIs-AJackson (18), Jh.Peralta
2 (36), Zobrist (43), Loney (40), Scott (28),
Y.Escobar (30). Runners left in scoring
position-Detroit 5 (V.Martinez 2, B.Pena,
D.Kelly, A.Garcia); Tampa Bay 4 (W.Myers
2, KJohnson, Loney). RISP-Detroit 1
for 8; Tampa Bay 2 for 8. Runners moved
up-Mi.Cabrera, Zobrist. GIDP-Loney,
W.Myers, Scott. DP-Detroit 3 (Infante,
Jh.Peralta, Fielder), (Jh.Peralta, Infante,
Fielder), (Infante, Jh.Peralta, Fielder).
Verlander 8 9 3 2 4 4119 3.77
Smyly 1 00 0 0 3 14 2.20
RondonL,0-1 2/3 3 1 1 0 1 1512.00
Archer 5 5 3 3 3 3 94 4.40
Al.Torres 2 00 0 1 3 26 0.39
JoPeralta 1 1 0 0 0 0 11 3.03
RodneyW,3-2 2 2 0 0 0 2 32 4.54
WP-B.Rondon, Archer 3. Umpires-
Home, Dan lassogna; First, Vic Carapazza;
Second, Mark Carlson; Third, Brian Knight.
T-3:24. A-23,809 (34,078).


Toronto's Jose Bautista hits an RBI double in the ninth inning of Saturday's game against the
Boston Red Sox in Boston. Bautista was out trying to advance to third. The Blue Jays won 6-2.

The Bautista blues

Boston falls to Jays by way of slugger's homers

Bautista hit a pair of long
homers over the Green
Monster, starting with the
200th of his career and
following with a tiebreak-
ing, two-run drive off
Junichi Tazawa in the
eighth inning that led
Toronto past Boston 6-2
After Shane Victorino's
two-run single against
Steve Delabar (5-1) tied
the score in the seventh,
Bautista followed Jose
Reyes' leadoff single in
the eighth with a drive off
Tazawa (4-3) that went off
the base of a light-tower
in left-center. Bautista
has 18 home runs this
season and 21st career
multihomer games.
Bautista also threw
out Victorino at the
plate from right field
when he tried to score
from second on Dustin
Pedroia's sixth-inning
single. Boston's Jarrod
Saltalamacchia was out at
the plate in the seventh,
when pitcher Darren
Oliver's throw home beat
him on Jonathan Diaz's
squeeze bunt.

Orioles 11, Yankees 3: In
Baltimore, Chris Davis homered twice
to raise his major league-leading total
to 30, and Baltimore extended New
York's losing streak to four games.
Davis hita three-run drive in the first
inning and added a two-run shot in
the sixth, his third multihomer game
of the season.

Indians 4, White Sox 3: In
Chicago, Nick Swisher singled in the
tiebreaking run in the eighth inning,
and Cleveland beat the White Sox for


essential to perpetuating
organizational success
and vital in a salary cap
"Al and the guys are do-
ing a good job," Yzerman
said. "I'm pleased with
our progress accumulat-
ing prospects for the
The process continues
with today's NHL Draft,
the third under Murray,
whose emphasis on
regional scouting al-
lows his scouts to watch
players for years and keep
a running tally as they
develop physically and
The Lighting have the
No. 3 pick and GM Steve
Yzerman said he does not
anticipate moving up or
Before Murray was
hired in August 2010,
Tampa Bay's scouts trav-
eled broadly outside their
For Lightning scout

the third time in less than 24 hours.
Swisher's homer in the ninth inning
Friday night helped Cleveland secure
a sweep of a marathon doubleheader
Friday night. This time, Cabrera,
Jason Kipnis and Swisher consecutive
one-out singles off Jesse Crain (2-3) in
the eighth.

Twins 6, Royals 2: In
Minneapolis, Kyle Gibson pitched six
innings in his major league debut, and
Trevor Plouffe homered to help the
Twins. Gibson (1-0) allowed two runs
and eight hits, and he struck out five
to become the first first-round pick
in Twins history to win a start in his
major league debut.

Angels 7, Astros 2: In
Houston, Joe Blanton pitched seven
innings, and Howie Kendrick and Chris
lannetta homered to give the Angels
their fifth consecutive win. Alberto
Callaspo and Erick Aybar drove in two
runs apiece in a big fourth inning for
Los Angeles.

Cardinals 7, Athletics 1:
In Oakland, Calif., Adam Wainwright
pitched a five-hitter to become the
NL's second 11-game winner, and
Matt Adams had his first two-homer
game for the Cardinals. Wainwright
(11-5) tied Washington's Jordan
Zimmerman for most wins in the NL.
He struck out eight and walked two in
a 112-pitch performance for his fourth
complete game this year and 15th of
his career.

Mets 5, Nationals 1: In
New York, Dillon Gee beat Washington
for the third time this season and
the New York Mets scored the
go-ahead run when third baseman
Ryan Zimmerman and shortstop lan
Desmond made errors on the same
play. Daniel Murphy delivered three
hits, and first baseman Josh Satin
started a pair of double plays for the
Mets. The Nationals fell back to .500,
losing to the team with the worst
home record in the majors.

Brian Putnam, all that
means is "you know a
little bit about a lot of
guys. When you do it
more regional you get to
know the players more
intimately. You get a sense
of what type of player
they are and what type of
person they are."
"You just feel more pre-
pared and comfortable,"
said head amateur scout
Darryl Plandowski. "We're
not just taking a flyer on
a guy in the fourth or
seventh rounds. We know
this kid is a solid person,
he comes from a solid
family and has a solid
work ethic and a chance
to improve."
Murray, 55, said he uses
pieces of systems from
his 12 years as director
of amateur scouting for
the Kings and three as
head scout for Canada's
national team.
Each scout in a region
grades players with a let-
ter. That comes in handy
at the draft table.
"When you talk about
five 'A players, those play-
ers are interchangeable in

Braves 11,
Diamondbacks 5: In Atlanta,
Jason Heyward hita tying RBI double,
and Andrelton Simmons scored the
go-ahead run on the same play in a
seven-run eighth inning that lifted
Atlanta. The Braves rallied for their
23rd comeback victory, tops in the
National League. Atlanta has won two
straight and four of five.

Rockies 2, Giants 1: In
Denver, Nolan Arenado hit a game-
ending single with two outs in the
ninth inning to lift Colorado past San
Francisco, which has lost six in row for
the first time in three years. Colorado's
Michael Cuddyer singled in the first
inning to extend his hitting streak to
26 consecutive games.

Marlins 7, Padres 1: In
Miami, Jacob Turner pitched a seven-
hitter for his first complete game
in 19 career starts and the first for
the Marlins this year. They had been
outscored 20-3 while losing their first
four games to San Diego this season,
but the lowest-scoring team in the
majors gave Turner a 6-0 lead after
four innings.

Pirates 2, Brewers 1: In
Pittsburgh, Pedro Alvarez and Garrett
Jones homered and Francisco Liriano
pitched six innings as Pittsburgh won
its eighth consecutive game and sent
Milwaukee to its fifth consecutive
loss. Alvarez hit his 20th home run
with one out in the second inning to
extend his hitting streak to 12 games,
and help the Pirates to their longest
winning streak since 2004.

Cubs 5, Mariners 3: In
Seattle, Alfonso Soriano hit a two-run
homer in the 11th inning to lift
Chicago. Nate Schierholtz opened the
11th with a drag bunt off Oliver Perez
(2-2). Soriano then connected on a
1-2 pitch over the center-field wall,
his ninth.

NHL Draft order, PAGE 7

our mind," Murray said.
"We also have no quotas.
If there are only six guys
from an area, then those
six guys are on the list."
From the regional lists,
the top 30 or so players
are identified. Those are
scouted by Murray and
Plandowski for possible
selection in the draft's top
three rounds.
In subsequent rounds,
the scouts take over.
"Once we get the top
players onto the merged
list, they own the next
group of players," Murray
said. "They get that
opportunity to have an
impact on the team in the
mid to late rounds.
"We're taking the top
guy on your list if we feel
he's better than play-
ers on the other lists.
That's why our guys take
tremendous pride in get-
ting out there and seeing
players enough so they
really know what's going

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The Week Ahead

Alumni update

Oakland Athletics
AGE: 28
HOMETOWN: Visalia, Calif.
B/T: L/R
STONE CRAB: 2009-2010
WHAT HE DID: A former fan
favorite, Vogt became this year's first
repeat winner when he recorded his
first major league hit on Friday. It
wasn't just a hit, either it was a
home run.

Top tweet
"It was awesome
playing behind
today #BestlnThe
Game #GreatGuy"

This week's best
6 hits, 4 doubles, 8 RBIs
Shaffer had a hit in every game this
week and took a commanding lead in
the team's RBI category with 40. He
entered Saturday with a seven-game
hit streak.

Quote of the week
"He's definitely one of the game's
top pitchers and one of the game's
top people, in my mind and a lot of
other minds. Definitely a highlight
of my career."

-Curt Casali on catching
David Price

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6:35 p.m.

at Bradenton
6:30 p.m.

In the spotlight: Jesse Hahn, RHP

Hahn follows

careful path on

road to recovery

plan is to get Jesse Hahn back to
That requires a calculated
balance of strength, endurance
and confidence, according to
Charlotte Stone Crabs head
trainer Scott Thurston.
The right-hander is in his third
year of recovery from Tommy
John surgery, and his progression
is a testament to that plan.
He has built up his arm
slowly: seven starts at a 45-pitch
limit, five at 60. He received
an invitation to the Florida
State League All-Star game this
season before recording a win.
On June 13, that limit went up
to 75 pitches or five innings, into
the territory of a regular start.
That's the plan.
"So that's why it's a long
progression, to get back to
pitching where they used to
be," Thurston said. "It's been a
long one, as you've noticed with
Jesse. But it's all for the purpose
of making sure he doesn't come
back with any other injuries."
Hahn said two of the three
goals are there. The third is a
matter of time.
"The confidence has defi-
nitely been accomplished, and I
think the arm strength has also,"
Hahn said. "Now, it's just endur-
ance. The endurance factor
takes place. I think I'm in good
enough shape to handle it."
Strength is a delicate part
of the process, Thurston said.
Hahn had surgery on his elbow,
but trainers must balance work
between the elbow and shoul-
der, to avoid any other injuries.
"That's one of the toughest
things, because if you only con-
centrate here on the elbow and
don't concentrate up here on the.
shoulder, next thing you know -,'
they have shoulder problems," .
he said.
Confidence has come from
results, both this season and last.
Hahn built up his innings
in a similar way last season Charlo
at Hudson Valley, though at a Brarld
quicker pace. At the end of the rade
season, he was named New
York-Penn League pitcher of the T H I
week two weeks in a row. AGE:
He said the transition last POSI
season was easier because it PARE
was fast; this season, he has SIBLI
already surpassed the number PORT
of innings he threw last year. Linsky
On Friday, his third 75-pitch MAJC
start, Hahn's fastball velocity OF PL
was down from his usual 94-95 Growii
mph, and he hit a season high
with four walks.
"I admit, I tired out a little was b
bit," he said. Tha
His job now is to find a Hahn
balance in his workload, which the fil
could mean fewer pitches in his holds
bullpen sessions between games batting
or another solution to help has 5!
build his endurance, walks
"Two or three more starts Hal
from now, I'll be more used to it at the
all," he said. "It'll be just like it and l1



tte Stone Crabs starter Jesse Hahn throws during the first game of a doubleheader Friday night against the

nton Marauders at Charlotte Sporl

NTS: Fred & Kathleen Hahn
NGS: Melissa and Stephanie Hahn

LAYING IN: Right now, Tropicana.
ng up, it was probablyYankee Stadium.

it was, of course, very good.
allowed six earned runs in
rst half of the season and
a 1.53 ERA. Opponents are
ng .208 against him and he
1 strikeouts, compared to 13

hn set a goal of 100 innings
beginning of the season,
books to be on track to meet

"It was really exciting. I've learned these
past two years not to worry about wins
because I can only qualify for a certain

or exceed it. He has thrown 53
innings and should have another
10-12 starts this season. He will
also have the opportunity for
wins, which he has rarely quali-
fied for over the past two years.
It's been a long process. But
the Rays' cautious plan could
pay off for the hard-throwing
"I think, if you look at the
success of all of our pitchers who
make it up to the big leagues and
have stayed there for a while,
that we're doing something

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right," Thurston said. "I've been
told by a lot of different players
that if you're a pitcher, you kind
of want to come (to the Rays
organization). They know we'll
take care of them."

Getting to Know: Pat Phelan, Head Clubhouse Manager

1. Why didyou become a clubbie?

It's the only thing I've ever done. I got hired when
I was 14 as a bat boy in Durham, North Carolina.
I was lucky enough that I was the only one that
didn't end up fired by the end of the year. There
I was, and I loved it. Just being around baseball,
being around the guys. You have 30 of the best
coworkers you could ask for. It's fun.

2. What's your first baseball memory?

1993, I1 believe, Joe Carter hitting the walk-off
home run in the World Series. I had fallen

asleep I was a little kid. My brother Matty
was watching it. I woke up to him yelling.

3. What's the most difficult stain you've ever had
to remove?

I tell you what. Stephen Vogt was a catcher here
in 2010, and every day was the most difficult
stain I had to remove. His pants were orange by
the end of the season. Poor guy.

4. Who's the neatest Stone Crab in the clubhouse?

Neatest? None of them. Not a single one. I'm

the neatest. I clean up everyone's lockers.
They're all messy. That's what I'm here for. I'm a
mother to 30 guys.

4a. Who's the messiest?

Oh, man. I'm gonna throw somebody under the
bus. Hector Guevara was bad. He was messy. I'd
have to go with Drew Vettleson. He knows it,
too. Oh, and Lenny Linsky. Actually, my answer's
Linsky. For sure. Linsky.

5. What aspect of yourjob would surprise

Probably the amount of grocery shopping that
you have to do. I do the away clubhouse, too.
I don't think people understand how it works
as far as feeding 60 people. That's a lot of
grocery shopping. You feed them before the
game and have dinner after the game. I get a
lot of interesting looks when I go to Wal-Mart.
People think I'm making the world's biggest
fruit salad, or I'm going to go home and eat
40,000 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
People are surprised when they know that
somebody actually has to go out and buy this
stuff. It's not delivered.

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The Sun /Sunday, June 30, 2013




Kansas City

Los Angeles

Atlanta 47 34
Washington 40 40
Philadelphia 39 42
NewYork 33 44

Pittsburgh 50 30
St. Louis 49 31
Cincinnati 45 35
Chicago 34 45
Milwaukee 32 47

Arizona 42 38
Colorado 41 41
San Diego 40 41
San Francisco 38 42
Los Angeles 36 43

Friday's result
Cleveland 19, Chicago Whi
Baltimore 4,N.Y.Yankees 3
Detroit 6, RAYS 3
Boston 7,Toronto 5
Texas 4, Cincinnati 0
Kansas City9, Minnesota 3
L.A. Angels 4, Houston 2
Cleveland 9, Chicago Whit
Oakland 6, St. Louis 1
Seattle 5, Chicago Cubs 4,10
Saturday's resu
St. Louis 7, Oakland 1
Toronto 6, Boston 2
Cleveland 4, ChicagoWhite S
Minnesota 6, Kansas City2
L.A. Angels 7, Houston 2
Chicago Cubs 5, Seattle 3,11
RAYS 4, Detroit 3,10 inning
Baltimore 11,N.Y.Yankees3
Cincinnati atTexas, late
Today's game
Toronto (Buehrle 4-5) at Bos
Detroit (Porcello 4-5) at RAN
Cleveland (Masterson 9-6
White Sox (Sale 5-6), 2:10 p.m
Kansas City (E.Santana 5-5)
(Correia 6-5), 2:10 p.m.
L.A. Angels (C.Wilson 7-5) at
rell 5-8),2:10p.m.
Cincinnati (Latos 7-1) atTexa
3:05 p.m.
St. Louis (Westbrook 4-2)
(Milone 6-7),4:05 p.m.
Chicago Cubs (EJackson 3-
(Bonderman 1-1),4:10p.m.
N.Y Yankees (Kuroda 7-5) at
man 9-2), 8:05 p.m.
Monday's game
Detroit atToronto, 1:07 p.m.
N.Y Yankees at Minnesota, 8:
RAYS at Houston, 8:10 p.m


Cubs 5, Mariners 3,H11
Chicago AB R H I
Valbuena3b 5 1 1
St.Castross 5 1 2
Schierholtzrf 5 2 2
A.Sorianodh 5 1 3
Rizzolb 5 0 0
Sweeneycf 1 0 0
Borbon cf 4 0 1
Boguseviclf 5 0 0
Barney2b 4 0 0
Castilloc 4 0 1
Totals 43 5 10
Seattle AB R H I
En.Chavez rf-cf 3 0 1
B.Miller2b-ss 5 0 0
Seager3b 5 0 0
K.Morales dh 4 0 2
1-Baypr-dh-rf 1 0 0
Ibanezlf 5 0 2
Smoaklb 5 1 2
Zuninoc 5 1 1
Ackleycf 3 0 1
Furbushp 0 0 0
b-H.Blancoph 0 0 0
2-M.Saunderspr 0 1 0
Medina p 0 0 0
O.Perezp 0 0 0
c-J.Saunders ph 1 0 0
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a-Franklin ph-2b 1 0 0
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Seattle 020000001
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Furbush in the 9th. c-flied
in the 11th. 1-ran forK.Mor
2-ran for H.Blanco in the 9
cago 6, Seattle 8. 2B-\
A.Soriano (19), lbanez (7), Z
(7). HR-St.Castro (4),offHar
(9), off O.Perez; Smoak (6), c
RBIs-St.Castro (25), Sch
A.Soriano 3 (34), En.Chave
(2), Franklin (5). CS-Bay (
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cago 3 (Rizzo, Borbon, St.C
3 (K.Morales, B.Miller 2). RIS
for 9; Seattle 3 for 6. Runners
Chicago IP H R ER B
Samardzija 7 6 2 2
Russell H, 11 1 3 0 0
GreggBS, 1-13 1 1 1 1
VillanuevaW,2-41 0 0 0
B.ParkerS, 1-1 1 0 0 0
Seattle IP H R ER E
Harang 8 5 3 3
Furbush 1 1 0 0
Medina 1 10 0
O.PerezL,2-2 1 3 2 2
Umpires-Home, Mark We
Diaz; Second, Tim Timmon
Winters. T-3:32.A-34,630

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Pet GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Forsythe2b 4 0 1 0 0 2 .300
.590 5-5 L-1 27-16 22-18 Amaristacf 4 0 1 0 0 0 .248
.561 2/2 5-5 W-3 24-17 22-19 Quentin f 3 0 1 0 1 0 .266
.525 51/2 3 3-7 L-4 23-18 19-20 Headley3b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .224
.519 6 31/2 6-4 W-1 24-18 18-21 Blanks 1b 4 0 0 0 0 3 .272
.500 7/2 5 6-4 W-1 22-17 18-23 Venablerf 4 1 1 0 0 0 .220
Central Division Hundleyc 3 0 2 1 0 0 .239
Pet GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Ciriacoss 3 0 1 0 0 0 .295
.544 4-6 L-1 26-16 17-20 Stultsp 1 0 0 0 0 0 .121
.531 1 2/2 7-3 W-3 24-15 19-23 Staufferp 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
.474 51/2 7 3-7 L-1 19-19 18-22 a-Kotsayph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .217
.468 6 7/2 5-5 W-1 21-18 15-23 Thayerp 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
.410 10/2 12 3-7 L-4 17-18 15-28 Totals 32 1 7 1 1 7
West Division Miami AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Ruggianolf 4 1 2 0 0 1 233
.588 8-2 W-3 23-15 24-18 Lucasb 3 1 1 0 1 0 .313
.573 1 5-5 L-1 25-13 22-22 Stantonrf 4 1 11 0 0 .268
.469 9/2 7/2 7-3 W-5 20-23 18-20 Ozunacf 4 1 1 1 0 0 .296
.432 12/2 10/2 4-6 L-1 21-21 14-25 Polanco3b 1 1 0 1 2 0 .238
370 17 15/2 4-6 L-2 16-28 14-23 Dietrich2b 4 1 2 0 0 0 .215
NATIONAL LEAGUE Hechavarria ss 4 1 1 1 0 0 .206
EastDivision Mathisc 3 0 1 2 1 1 .121
Pet GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away JaTurnerp 3 0 0 0 0 1 083
.580 5-5 W-2 27-11 20-23 Totals 30 7 9 6 4 3
.500 61/2 5 6-4 L-1 22-16 18-24
.481 8 61/2 5-5 W-1 19-18 20-24 SanDiego 000010000-1 71
.429 12 102 6-4 W-1 15-24 18-20 Miam
.354 18 161/2 6-4 W-1 16-24 12-27 a-struck out for Stauffer in the 8th. E-
Central Division Amarista (3). LOB-San Diego 5, Miami 5.
Pet GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away 2B-Hundley (12).3B-Venable (4).HR-
.625 9-1 W-8 27-13 23-17 Stanton (8), off Stauffer. RBIs-Hundley
.613 1 4-6 W-1 22-16 27-15 (18), Stanton (22), Ozuna (26), Polanco (12),
.563 5 3-7 L-3 26-14 19-21 Hechavarria (20), Mathis 2 (7). S-Ja.Turner.
.430 151/2 101/2 5-5 W-1 17-22 17-23 SF-Polanco. Runners left in scoring po-
.405 1712 1212 4-6 L-4 19-23 13-24 sition-San Diego 2 (Amarista, Venable);
West Division Miami 2 (Stanton, Hechavarria). RISP-San
Pet GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Diego 1 for 3; Miami 4for 8.GIDP-Quen-
.525 5-5 L-2 21-16 21-22 tin, Hechavarria. DP-San Diego 1 (Ciriaco,
.500 2 5 4-6 W-2 25-18 16-23 Forsythe, Blanks); Miami 1 (Ja.Turner,
.494 212 51/2 4-6 L-1 25-18 15-23 Hechavarria, Lucas).
.475 4 7 2-8 L-6 24-15 14-27 San Diego IP H R ER BBSO NP ERA
.456 51/2 812 7-3 L-1 23-21 13-22 StultsL,6-6 32/3 7 6 5 2 2 75 3.51
Stauffer 31/3 2 1 1 1 0 48 3.54
GUE NATIONAL LEAGUE Thayer 1 0 0 0 1 1 21 3.44
s Friday's results Miami IP H R ER BBSO NP ERA
te Sox 10, 1st Pittsburgh 10, Milwaukee 3 Ja.TurnerW,2-0 9 7 1 1 1 7111 1.76
San Diego 9, MARLINS 2 Inherited runners-scored-Stauffer 2-0.
Washington 6, N.Y Mets 4 WP-Stults. Umpires-Home, Paul Em-
Atlanta 3, Arizona 0 mel; First, Chris Conroy; Second, Gary Dar-
Texas 4, Cincinnati 0 ling;Third, Jerry Meals. T-2:24. A-19,266
Colorado 4, San Francisco 1 (37,442).
Oakland 6, St. Louis 1
Seattle 5, Chicago Cubs 4,10 innings Pirates 2, Brewers 1
e Sox 8, 2nd Philadelphia 16,L.A.Dodgers 1 Milwaukee AB R H BIBBSO Avg.
Saturday's results Weeks2b 3 0 0 0 1 0 .233
N.Y Mets 5, Washington 1 Segurass 4 0 1 0 0 2 .333
innings Atlanta 11,Arizona 5 C.Gomezcf 4 1 2 0 0 2 .317
Its St.Louis7,Oakland 1 Ar.Ramirez3b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .274
Colorado 2, San Francisco 1 Lucroyc 4 0 0 0 0 0 .269
MARLINS 7, San Diego 1 Y.Betancourt lb 3 0 1 1 0 1 205
Sox3 Chicago Cubs 5, Seattle 3,11 innings b-Aokiph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .290
Pittsburgh 2, Milwaukee 1 Haltonrf 4 0 1 0 0 1 .333
CincinnatiatTexas, late L.Schaferlf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .214
innings Philadelphia at L.A.Dodgers, late D.Handp 2 0 1 0 0 1 .333
gs Today'sgames Kintzlerp 0 0 0 0 0 0
San Diego (Cashner 5-3) at MARLINS (Eo- a-Bianchtph z 0 0 0 0 0 .261
valdil-0),1:10p.m. Axfordp 0 0 0 0 0 0 -
s Washington (G.Gonzalez 4-3) at N.Y Mets Hendersonp 0 0 0 0 0 0 -
ton (Dempster (Z.Wheeler 1-0),1:10p.m. Totals 34 1 7 1 1 8
Arizona (Cahill 3-9) at Atlanta (Maholm8-6), Pittsburgh AB R H BIBBSO Avg.
LYS(Hellickson 1:35p.m. S.Martelf 4 0 1 0 0 0 .287
Milwaukee (Lohse 3-6) at Pittsburgh (Mor- R.Martinc 4 0 1 0 0 2 .244
) at Chicago tonl-1),1:35p.m. McCutchend 3 0 1 0 0 0 .23
. Cincinnati (Latos 7-1) atTexas (Darvish 7-3), JMcCutchenesrf 3 0 1 0 0 0 .293
at Minnesota 3:05p.m. GJnesrf 3 1 1 1 0 260
St. Louis (Westbrook 4-2) at Oakland Watsonp 0 0 0 0 0 0 -
Houston (Har- (Milone 6-7),4:05 p.m. Melanconp 0 0 0 0 0 0 -
Chicago Cubs (EJackson 3-10) at Seattle : Grillip 0 0 0 0 0 0 -
s(Darvish7-3), (Bonderman 1-1),4:10 p.m. P.Alvarez3b 3 1 1 1 0 2 .247
Philadelphia (K.Kendrick 7-4) at LA. Dodg- Walker2b 3 0 0 0 0 0 .251
) at Oakland ers(Fife2-2),4:10p.m. G.Sanchezlb 3 0 0 0 0 1 .239
San Francisco (Bumgarner 7-5) at Colorado Mercer ss 3 0 1 0 0 0 .286
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Monday'sgames Sniderrf 1 0 0 0 0 0 .230
Baltimore (Till- Milwaukee atWashington,7:05 p.m. Totals 29 2 6 2 0 6
Arizona at N.Y. Mets,7:10 p.m. Milwaukee 000001 000- 1 70
es San Diego at MARLINS, 7:10 p.m. Pittsburgh 010100 00x- 2 60
San Francisco at Cincinnati, 7:10 p.m. a-popped outfor Kintzler in the 7th.b-lined
10 p.m. out for YBetancourt in the 9th. LOB-Mil-
waukee 7, Pittsburgh 3. 2B-S.Marte (15).
3B-C.Gomez (9). HR-RAIvarez (20), off
D.Hand; GJones (7), off D.Hand. RBIs-Y
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(53). SB-R.Martin (5), McCutchen (16).
Runners left in scoring position-Mil-
innings, Braves 11, Diamondbacks5 waukee 3 (Ar.Ramirez, Halton, Lucroy);
31 BBSO Avg. Arizona AB R H BIBBSO Avg. Pittsburgh 3 (McCutchen 2, PRAlvarez).
0 0 0 .241 G.Parrarf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .299 RISP-Milwaukeelfor8;PittsburghOfor4.
1 0 0 233 Prado2b 5 0 1 0 0 0 .243 Runners moved up-Ar.Ramirez.GIDP-
1 0 1 .286 Goldschmidtlb 3 1 1 0 2 0 .309 Ar.Ramirez, McCutchen. DP-Milwaukee1
3 0 0 .254 Er.Chavez3b 5 0 1 0 0 1 .319 (Weeks,Y.Betancourt); Pittsburgh 1 (Mercer,
0 0 0 .248 M.Monteroc 5 2 2 2 0 1 .226 Milwaukee P HRERBBSONPERA
0 0 0 .295 Kubellf 4 1 1 1 0 1 .261 D.Hand L,0-1 5 5 2 2 0 2 64 2.63
0 0 1 .203 Pollockcf 3 1 2 2 1 0 .255Kintzler 1 10 0 0 2 18 3.66
0 0 2 .235 Gregoriusss 4 0 0 0 0 1 .286 Axford 1 00 0 0 1 15397
0 1 1 .225 Kennedyp 1 0 0 0 1 0 .179 Henderson 1 00 0 0 1 91.88
0 0 1 .272 W.Harrisp 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pittsburgh IP H RER BBSO NP ERA
5 1 6 Zieglerp 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 LirianoW,7-3 6 7 1 1 1 6 91 2.23
BIBBSO Avg. a-C.Rossph 1 0 1 0 0 0 .256 WatsonH,12 1 00 0 0 0 11 3.86
1 2 0 .269 Bellp 0 0 0 0 0 Melancon H,23 1 00 0 0 2 200.92
0 0 2 .000 b-A.Hillph 1 0 1 0 0 0 .302 GrilliS,27-28 1 00 0 0 0 61.77
0 0 2 .268 D.Hernandezp 0 0 0 0 0 0 P-Melancon.Umpires-Home, Marvin
0 0 1 .278 Sippp 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hudson; First, David Rackley; Second, Tim
0 0 0 .218 Putzp McClelland; Third, Marty Foster. T-2:40.
Totals 36 5 10 5 4 5 A-38,438 (38,362).
0 0 1 .247 Atlanta AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
1 0 1 .249 Simmonsss 4 1 0 0 0 1 .240 Mets 5, Nationals 1
0 0 1 .233 Heywardrf 4 2 2 1 1 1 .227 Washington AB R H BIBBSO Avg.
1 0 0 .202 J.Uptonlf 4 2 3 0 0 0 .249 Spancf 3 0 0 0 1 1 .257
0 0 0 F.Freemanib 3 3 1 2 2 1 .305 Rendon2b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .315
0 1 0 .180 McCannc 4 1 2 2 1 0 .241 Abadp 00 0 0 0 0 --
0 0 0 .211 Uggla2b 4 1 1 2 1 1 .203 Zimmerman3b 1 0 0 0 3 1 .274
0 0 0 --- B.Uptoncf 2 0 0 2 1 2 .178 Ad.LaRochelb 4 0 1 0 0 1 .257
0 0 0 --- CJohnson3b 4 0 2 1 1 0 .322 Werthrf 4 0 1 0 0 3 .265
0 0 0 .000 Janish3b 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Desmondss 3 0 0 0 1 1 .273
0 0 0 .199 T.Hudsonp 2 0 0 0 0 1 .188 Bernadinalf 4 1 1 0 0 1 .186
0 1 0 .299 A.Woodp 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 K.Suzukic 4 0 3 1 0 0 .222
3 4 8 Varvarop 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Jordanp 2 0 1 0 0 0 .500
0 02- 5100 Avilanp 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stammenp 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
1 00- 3100 Waldenp 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- b-Lmbrdzziph-2bl 0 0 0 0 0 .234
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for Bell in the 8th. c-was hit by a pitch for Satin lb 3 0 1 0 1 0
Walden in the 8th. E-Kubel (2). LOB-: Nieuwenhuiscf-lf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Arizona 9, Atlanta 10. 2B-M.Montero Buckc 4 0 1 1 0 0
(10), Heyward 2 (12), McCann (3), Uggla (5). Quintanilla ss 4 1 2 0 0 0
HR-Pollock (6), offT.Hudson; M.Montero Geep 2 0 0 0 0 1
(5), offWalden; F.Freeman (8), off Kennedy. a-A.Brownph 1 0 0 0 0 1
RBIs-M.Montero 2 (27), Kubel (25), Pol- C.Torres p 0 0 0 0 0 0
lock 2 (24), Heyward (17), FFreeman 2 (50), c-Lagares ph-cf 1 0 0 0 0 1
McCann 2 (23), Uggla 2 (30), B.Upton 2 Totals 33 5 9 4 2 4
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5 90

ners left in scoring position-Arizona 5 a-struck out for Gee in the 6th. b-lined
(Er.Chavez2,Kennedy,G.Parra, M.Montero); out for Stammen in the 7th. c-struck out
Atlanta 6 (McCann, Simmons 2, B.Upton, for C.Torres in the 8th. E-Desmond (9),
T.Hudson 2). RISP-Arizona 2 for 11; At- Zimmerman 2 (13). LOB-Washington
lanta 5 for 11. Runners moved up-Gold- 7, New York 10. 2B-Ad.LaRoche (10),
schmidt. Bernadina (5), K.Suzuki (10), Quintanilla
Arizona IP H R ER BBSO NP ERA (4). 3B-Dan.Murphy (2). RBIs-K.Suzuki
Kennedy 41/3 5 4 4 4 4 97 5.36 (16), E.Young (13), Byrd (40), Nieuwenhuis
W.Harris 2/3 0 0 0 2 1 21 2.12 (6), Buck (37). SF-E.Young, Nieuwenhuis.
Ziegler 1 1 0 0 0 1 15 1.88 Runners left in scoring position-Wash-
Bell 1 0 0 0 0 1 13 4.70 ington 3 (Werth 2, Rendon); New York 4
HrnndezL,4-51/3 2 4 4 0 0 12 4.58 (Satin 2, E.Young 2). RISP-Washington 1
Sipp 1/3 2 3 3 1 0 174.76 for 4; New York 4 for 11. Runners moved
Putz 1/3 1 0 0 0 0 9 4.15 up-D.Wright, A.Brown. GIDP-Span,
Atlanta IP H R ER BBSO NP ERA Ad.LaRoche, K.Suzuki. DP-New York 3
T.Hudson 52/3 5 4 4 3 2100 4.22 (Satin, Quintanilla), (Satin, D.Wright, Satin),
A.Wood 2/3 1 0 0 0 1 12 3.29 (Quintanilla,Dan.Murphy, Satin).
Varvaro 1/3 0 0 0 1 0 63.05 Washington IP H RER BBSO NP ERA
Avilan 1/3 00 0 0 0 41.60 Jordan L,0-1 41/3 5 3 1 2 1 842.08
SStammen 12/3 3 2 2 0 1 33 3.16
WaldenW,3-1 1 3 1 1 0 1 182.63 Abad 2 1 0 0 0 2 23 1.23
D.Carpenter 1 1 0 0 0 1 152.04 NewYork IP HR ER BBSO NP ERA
Inherited runners-scored-W.Harris 3-2, GeeW,6-7 6 6 1 1 3 4 85 4.60
Sipp 2-2, Putz 1-1, Varvaro 1-0, Avilan 2-0. C.Torres 2 1 0 0 1 3 38 1.00
IBB-off Varvaro (Goldschmidt). HBP- Hawkins 1 0 0 0 1 1 11 3.24
by D.Hernandez (RJohnson, Simmons), Inherited runners-scored-Stammen
by Kennedy (J.Upton). WP-Kennedy, 2-1. HBP-by Stammen (D.Wright), by
T.Hudson. Umpires-Home, Brian O'Nora; Jordan (Byrd). Umpires-Home, Dana
First, Fieldin Culbreth; Second, Bill Welke; DeMuth; First, Angel Hernandez; Second,
Third, DJ. Reyburn. T-3:46. A-39,180 B Paul Nauert; Third, Doug Eddings.T-3:05.
(49,586). A-26,426 (41,922).

Rockies 2, Giants 1
San Francisco AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
An.Torreslf 4 0 3 0 0 0 .270
Scutaro2b 3 1 1 0 0 0 .319
Poseylb 4 0 2 1 0 1 .324
Pence rf 3 0 0 0 1 0 .283
Sandoval3b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .275
J.Perezcf 2 0 0 0 0 2 .250
a-G.Blancoph-cf 2 0 0 0 0 1 .284
Quirozc 4 0 1 0 0 1 .174
Affeldtp 0 0 0 0 0 0 --
B.Crawfordss 3 0 0 0 0 0 .272
M.Cainp 2 0 0 0 1 0 .100
H.Sanchezc 0 0 0 0 0 0 .222
Totals 31 1 7 1 2 5
Colorado AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
Co.Dickersoncf 4 1 1 0 0 1 .267
R.Betancourtp 0 0 0 0 0 0
LeMahieu2b 3 0 0 0 0 0 .285
C.Gonzalezlf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .296
Cuddyerrf 4 0 1 1 0 1 .346
Heltonlb 2 0 0 0 2 0 .237
1-Rutledgepr 0 1 0 0 0 0 .220
Arenado3b 4 0 1 1 0 0 .268
Torrealbac 3 0 1 0 0 0 .293
J.Herrerass 3 0 0 0 0 1 .270
J.DeLaRosap 2 0 0 0 0 0 .071
W.Lopezp 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Outmanp 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Belislep 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
b-Colvin ph-cf 1 0 0 0 0 0 .188
Totals 30 2 4 2 2 5
San Francisco 000001 000- 1 72
Colorado 100000001- 2 40
Two outs when winning run scored, a-
grounded out for J.Perez in the 7th. b-flied
out for Belisle in the 8th. 1-ran for Helton
in the 9th. E-Sandoval (10), J.Perez (1).
LOB-San Francisco 6, Colorado 5. 2B-
Posey (23), Co.Dickerson (4). RBIs-Posey
(47), Cuddyer (48), Arenado (24). SB-
An.Torres (3), Rutledge (6). CS-An.Torres
(2). S-Scutaro, LeMahieu. Runners left in
scoring position-San Francisco 3 (Pence,
Sandoval, An.Torres); Colorado 2 (Arenado,
LeMahieu). RISP-San Francisco 0 for 4;
Colorado 2 for 6. GIDP-Pence. DP-Colo-
rado 1 (J.Herrera, LeMahieu, Helton).
San Francisco IP H R ER BBSO NP ERA
M.Cain 8 3 1 1 1 5105 4.29
AffeldtL,1-4 2/3 1 1 1 1 0 13 3.29
J.DeLaRosa 6 6 1 1 1 4 86 3.09
W.Lopez 1/3 1 0 0 0 0 3 4.02
Outman 1/3 00 0 1 0 9 4.76
Belisle 11/3 0 0 0 0 0 174.79
BtncurtW,2-3 1 0 0 0 0 1 11 3.05
Inherited runners-scored-Outman 1-0,
Belisle 2-0. Umpires-Home, Bob Da-
vidson; First, Jim Reynolds; Second, John
Hirschbeck; Third, James Hoye. T-2:44.
A-44,612 (50,398).

Indians 4,White Sox 3
Cleveland AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
Bourncf 3 1 0 0 1 0 .299
A.Cabrerass 4 2 2 1 0 0 .268
Kipnis2b 3 1 2 2 1 0 .299
Swisherib 3 0 1 1 1 0 .235
Brantleylf 4 0 2 0 0 0 .271
C.Santanac 4 0 1 0 0 0 .269
Giambidh 2 0 0 0 0 0 .198
a-Reynoldsph-dh 2 0 1 0 0 0 .236
Chisenhall3b 2 0 0 0 0 2 .236
b-Aviles ph-3b 2 0 0 0 0 0 .264
Stubbsrf 3 0 0 0 0 2 .238
Totals 32 4 9 4 3 4
Chicago AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
DeAzacf 5 0 1 0 0 2 .260
Gimenezc 0 0 0 0 0 0 .191
AI.Ramirezss 5 0 1 0 0 1 .280
Riosrf 4 1 1 0 1 0 .272
A.Dunndh 5 0 0 0 0 3 .196
Keppingerib 4 1 1 0 1 1 .247
Gillaspie3b 3 1 2 1 1 0 .255
Viciedolf 4 0 3 1 0 0 .237
Beckham2b 3 0 1 0 1 0 .318
Flowersc 3 0 1 1 0 2 .216
c-Danks ph-cf 1 0 0 0 0 0 .121
Totals 37 311 3 4 9
Cleveland 000102010- 4 90
Chicago 010020000- 3110
b-grounded out for Chisenhall in the 7th.
c-grounded out for Flowers in the 8th.
LOB-Cleveland 4, Chicago 11. 2B-C.
Santana (20), Viciedo (10), Flowers (10).
HR-A.Cabrera (6), off Axelrod; Kipnis
(12), off Axelrod. RBIs-A.Cabrera (26),
Kipnis 2 (51), Swisher (29), Gillaspie (20),
Viciedo (23), Flowers (22). SB-Kipnis (19),
Brantley (8), Rios (14). Runners left in
scoring position-Cleveland 3 (Swisher,
Stubbs, C.Santana); Chicago 7 (Keppinger,
AI.Ramirez 2,Viciedo, Flowers 2, Beckham).
RISP-Cleveland 1 for 7; Chicago 3 for 12.
Runners moved up-Giambi, A.Dunn.
GIDP-Brantley, Giambi, Aviles. DP-Chi-
cago 4 (Keppinger, AI.Ramirez, Keppinger),
(Beckham, AI.Ramirez, Keppinger), (Beck-
ham, AI.Ramirez), (AI.Ramirez, Beckham,
UJimenez 5 93 3 4 81124.63
Jo.MartinezW, 1-022 0 0 0 1 300.00
J.SmithH,7 1 00 0 0 0 102.08
C.PerezS,7-9 1 00 0 0 0 11 3.86
Axelrod 6 5 3 3 3 3111 4.57
Thornton 1 0 0 0 0 1 14 3.20
CrainL,2/3 1 3 1 1 0 0 180.74
NJones 1 1 0 0 0 0 174.39
Umpires-Home, Wally Bell; First, Hunter
Wendelstedt; Second, Alan Porter; Third,
Mike Estabrook. T-3:05. A-26,289

Angels 7, Astros 2
LosAngeles AB R H BIBBSO Avg.
Aybarss 5 0 2 2 0 0 .285
Troutlf-cf 4 0 1 0 1 0 .315
Pujolsdh 4 0 0 0 1 0 .249
Trumbolb 5 1 2 0 0 0 .251
H.Kendrick2b 4 2 1 1 0 0 .312
Hamilton rf 3 1 1 0 1 1 .221
Callaspo3b 4 2 2 2 0 0 .272
lannettac 4 1 1 2 0 0 .214
Bourjoscf 1 0 0 0 0 1 .326
Shucklf 2 0 1 0 0 0 .297
Totals 36 711 7 3 2
Houston AB R H BIBBSO Avg.
Elmoress 4 0 0 0 0 1 .211
Altuve2b 4 0 1 0 0 2 .295
J.Castroc 4 0 0 0 0 2 .269
Carter If 2 1 1 0 2 0 .231
Martinezrf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .246
Wallace lb 4 1 1 2 0 3 .125
Dominguez3b 3 0 0 0 0 0 234
Kraussdh 3 0 0 0 0 1 .091
B.Barnescf 3 0 1 0 0 1 .256
Totals 31 2 4 2 210
Los Angeles 000410020- 7110
Houston 000000200- 2 42
E-Elmore 2 (2). LOB-Los Angeles 7,
Houston 4. 2B-Trout (25), Hamilton (15),
Altuve (15). HR-H.Kendrick (9), off Fields;
lannetta (6), off Blackley; Wallace (1), off
Blanton. RBIs-Aybar 2 (31), H.Kendrick
(38), Callaspo2 (30), lannetta 2 (26),Wallace
2 (5). CS-Shuck (3). Runners left in scor-
ing position-Los Angeles 6 (H.Kendrick
3, Pujols, Trout, Trumbo); Houston 2
(J.D.Martinez, Wallace). RISP-Los Angeles
2 for 12; Houston 0 for 4. Runners moved
up-Pujols, Trumbo, Callaspo, lannetta,
J.D.Martinez. DP-Houston 1 (Domin-
BlantonW,2-10 7 3 2 2 2 6 99 5.07
D.DeLaRosa 1 00 0 0 2 153.16

Richards 1 1 0 0 0 2 13 5.30
LylesL,4-3 4 5 4 4 2 1863.99
Fields 2 1 1 1 0 0 31 4.35
Ambriz 1 1 0 0 0 0 12 4.73
Blackley 1 3 2 2 0 1 19 5.54
W.Wright 1 1 0 0 1 0 194.40
HBP-by Lyles (H.Kendrick, Bourjos).WP-
Blanton. Umpires-Home, Lance Barks-
dale; First, Mike Muchlinski; Second, Gary
Cederstrom; Third, Kerwin Danley.T-3:01.
A-26,650 (42,060).

Orioles 11,Yankees 3
NewYork AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
Gardnercf 5 0 2 1 0 1 .290
J.Nixss 4 1 1 0 1 0 .240
Cano2b 4 1 2 0 0 0 .284
Alb.Gonzalez3b 1 0 0 0 0 1 .143
V.Wellsdh 5 0 1 0 0 1 .224
I.Suzukirf 3 0 1 0 1 0 .274
Almontelf 3 0 1 1 0 0 .310
D.Adams3b-2b 3 0 1 0 1 0 .190
Overbaylb 4 0 1 0 0 0 .239
Au.Rominec 2 0 0 0 0 0 .145
a-Hafnerph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .221
C.Stewartc 1 1 1 0 0 0 .257
Totals 36 311 2 3 3
Baltimore AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
McLouthlf 5 0 0 0 0 0 .283
Machado3b 5 1 1 0 0 1 .316
Markakisrf 5 2 3 0 0 1 .286
AJonescf 5 1 1 1 0 1 .295
C.Davisib 3 3 2 5 1 0 .333
Wietersc 4 1 2 0 0 0 .231
Teagardenc 0 0 0 0 0 0 .097
Hardyss 3 1 2 0 1 0 .265
A.Casilla2b 0 0 0 0 0 0 .222
Ch.Dickersondh 4 1 2 2 0 1 .275
Flaherty2b-ss 4 1 2 3 0 1 .215
Totals 3811 15 11 2 5
NewYork 000002001 311 0
Baltimore 40500200x -1115 1
a-flied out for Au.Romine in the 6th. E-C.
Davis (3). LOB-New York 10, Baltimore 5.
2B-Gardner 2 (20), J.Nix (7), Almonte (3),
C.Stewart (2), Wieters (17), Ch.Dickerson
(5). HR-C.Davis (29), off D.Phelps; Flaherty
(6), off D.Phelps; C.Davis (30), off Nova.
RBIs-Gardner (30), Almonte (5), AJones
(57), C.Davis 5 (79), Ch.Dickerson 2 (13),
Flaherty 3 (17). SF-Almonte. Runners left
in scoring position-NewYork8 (Almonte
2, VWells 3, Hafner 2, Overbay); Baltimore 4
(Flaherty 2, McLouth, Hardy). RISP-New
York 3 for 16; Baltimore 4 for 7. Runners
moved up-Cano 2,V.Wells. GIDP-Over-
bay, Au.Romine, AJones. DP-New York 1
(J.Nix, Cano, Overbay); Baltimore 2 (Hardy,
Flaherty, C.Davis), (Flaherty, Hardy, C.Davis).
D.Phelps L, 5-521/3 9 9 9 2 1 61 4.95
Nova 52/3 6 2 2 0 4 73 4.63
BrittonW, 2-2 52/3 6 2 1 3 1 83 4.50
Jurrjens 21/3 3 0 0 0 1 34 4.91
Strop 1 2 1 1 0 1 18 7.25
Inherited runners-scored-Jurrjens 3-0.
Umpires-Home, Jeff Kellogg; First, Paul
Schrieber; Second,Adam Hamari;Third, Eric
Cooper. T-2:51. A-46,607 (45,971).

Blue Jays 6, Red Sox 2
Toronto AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
Reyesss 5 2 2 1 0 0 .333
Bautistarf 4 2 2 3 1 0 .248
Encarnaciondh 4 1 0 0 0 0 .268
Lindlb 4 0 3 1 0 1 .329
DeRosa3b 3 0 0 0 0 1 .210
a-Bonifacio ph-2b 1 0 0 0 0 0 .205
R.Davislf 2 0 1 0 2 0 .314
Col.Rasmuscf 4 0 1 0 0 1 .238
Arencibiac 4 1 1 0 0 2 .221
M.Izturis2b-3b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .232
Totals 35 610 5 3 7
Boston AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
Ellsburycf 5 0 2 0 0 0 .296
Victorinorf 4 0 2 2 0 0 .299
Pedroia2b 4 0 2 0 0 1 .325
D.Ortizdh 4 0 1 0 0 1 .317
Napolilb 4 0 0 0 0 4 .262
Navalf 3 0 0 0 1 2 .282
SItlmcchiac 4 0 2 0 0 2 .262
Iglesiasss 4 1 1 0 0 0 .414
Jo.Diaz3b 3 1 0 0 0 0 .000
b-Carpph 0 0 0 0 1 0 .313
Totals 35 2 10 2 210
Toronto 100001 022- 6101
Boston 000000200- 2102
a-grounded out for DeRosa in the 8th. b-
walked for Jo.Diaz in the 9th. E-M.Izturis
(8), Napoli (5), Jo.Diaz (1). LOB-Toronto
5, Boston 8. 2B-R.Davis (5),Victorino (10),
Pedroia (22). 3B-Lind (1). HR-Bautista
(17), offDoubront; Bautista (18), offTazawa.
RBIs-Reyes (7), Bautista 3 (48), Lind (33),
Victorino 2 (21). SB-Bautista (6), R.Davis
2 (18). CS-R.Davis (2). Runners left in
scoring position-Toronto 3 (M.Izturis 2,
R.Davis); Boston 4 (Nava 2, Ellsbury, D.Ortiz).
RISP-Toronto 2 for 11; Boston 3 for 13.
GIDP-DeRosa, Ellsbury. DP-Toronto 1
(Reyes, Bonifacio, Lind); Boston 1 (Pedroia,
Iglesias, Napoli).
E.Rogers 6 6 0 0 1 6 99 3.12
OliverH,5 1/3 22 2 0 0 43.52
DelabarW,5-112/32 0 0 0 4 30 1.62
Wagner 1 00 0 1 0 12 1.98
Doubront 61/3 5 2 2 3 6103 4.22
Wilson 2/3 00 0 0 0 83.38
TazawaL,4-3 1 3 2 2 0 0 232.92
Breslow 1 2 2 0 0 1 142.55
Inherited runners-scored-Delabar 2-2,
A.Wilson 1-0. WP-E.Rogers. Umpires-
Home, Dan Bellino; First, Tim Welke; Sec-
ond, Mike Everitt; Third, Bruce Dreckman.
T-3:05. A-37,437 (37,071).

Twins 6, Royals 2
Kansas City AB R H BIBBSO Avg.
A.Gordonlf 5 0 0 0 0 2 .286
A.Escobarss 4 1 1 1 0 0 .254
Hosmerlb 3 0 2 0 1 0 .278
B.Butlerdh 4 0 1 0 0 2 .279
S.Perezc 4 0 2 1 0 2 .306
Moustakas3b 4 0 2 0 0 0 .216
L.Cainrf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .257
M.Tejada2b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .270
Dysoncf 3 1 1 0 0 1 .278
Totals 36 210 2 111
Minnesota AB R H BIBBSO Avg.
Thomascf 4 0 1 0 0 2 270
Dozier2b 3 2 1 0 1 2 .229
Mauerc 2 1 0 0 2 2 325
Morneaulb 3 1 2 2 1 1 .291
Plouffedh 3 1 1 3 0 1 .273
Arcialf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .278
Parmeleerf 3 1 0 0 1 1 .227
Carroll3b 4 0 2 0 0 0 .216
Florimonss 3 0 2 1 0 0 .232
Totals 29 6 9 6 511
KansasCity 002000000- 2100
Minnesota 510000 00x- 6 90
a-struck out for Dyson in the 9th. LOB-
Kansas City 9, Minnesota 5. 2B-Mousta-
kas (11), MTejada (3), Morneau (22). HR-
Plouffe (6), off W.Davis. RBIs-A.Escobar
(23), S.Perez (31), Morneau 2 (46), Plouffe
3 (29), Florimon (24). SB-Dyson (10).
CS-Thomas (3). SF-Plouffe. Runners
left in scoring position-Kansas City 5
(MTejada 3, Moustakas, A.Gordon); Minne-
sota 2 (Thomas, Arcia). RISP-Kansas City 3
for 12; Minnesota 3 for 5. Runners moved
up-Dyson. GIDP-Hosmer, Arcia. DP-
KansasCity 1 (W.Smith,A.Escobar, Hosmer);
Minnesota 1 (Gibson, Florimon, Morneau).
W.DavisL,4-6 1 5 6 6 5 2 69 5.55
W.Smith 5 3 0 0 0 6 58 3.09

Hochevar 2 1 0 0 0 3 30 2.37
GibsonW,1-0 6 8 2 2 0 5 91 3.00
Duensing 1 0 0 0 1 2 173.81
Fien 1 2 0 0 0 2 20 3.58
Perkins 1 0 0 0 0 2 17 2.05
Duensing pitched to 1 batter in the 8th.
W.Davis pitched to 3 batters in the 2nd.
Inherited runners-scored-W.Smith 3-1,
Fien 1-0. HBP-by Gibson (A.Escobar).
Umpires-Home, Ron Kulpa; First, Tom
Hallion; Second, Phil Cuzzi;Third, Chris Guc-
cione.T-2:53.A-36,881 (39,021).

Cardinals 7, Athletics 1
St. Louis AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
M.Carpenter2b 5 0 1 1 0 2 .317
Y.Molinac 5 0 1 0 0 0 .350
Beltrandh 5 1 1 0 0 1 .301
Craigrf 4 1 2 0 0 2 .318
Hollidaylf 4 1 1 1 0 0 .271
Ma.Adamsib 3 3 2 4 1 1 .320
Freese3b 3 1 0 0 0 1 .278
Jaycf 3 0 1 0 0 0 .245
Descalsoss 2 0 1 1 0 0 .276
Totals 34 7 10 7 1 7
Oakland AB R H BI BBSO Avg.
Crispcf 3 0 0 0 1 0 .277
S.Smithdh 4 0 0 0 0 2 .275
Lowriess 3 0 1 0 0 1 .306
a-Freimanph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .275
Cespedeslf 4 0 0 0 0 3 .222
Mossib 3 0 0 0 1 1 .232
Donaldson3b 3 1 1 0 0 0 .312
Rosales3b 1 0 0 0 0 0 .194
Reddickrf 3 0 1 1 0 0 .220
Sogard2b 3 0 0 0 0 1 .266
D.Norrisc 3 0 2 0 0 0 .196
Totals 31 1 5 1 2 8
St. Louis 000024010- 7101
Oakland 000000010- 1 50
a-grounded out for Lowrie in the 9th. E-
Ma.Adams (1). LOB-St. Louis 5, Oakland
5. 2B-Beltran (10), Craig (18), Jay (10),
Donaldson (21). HR-MaAdams (5), off
Blevins; Ma.Adams (6), off Neshek. RBIs-
M.Carpenter (31), Holliday (41), Ma.Adams
4 (20), Descalso (23), Reddick (25). S-Jay.
SF-Descalso. Runners left in scoring
position-St. Louis 3 (Holliday, Y.Molina,
Descalso); Oakland 1 (S.Smith). RISP-St.
Louis 4 for 7; Oakland 1 for 3. Runners
moved up-Sogard, D.Norris. GIDP-Bel-
tran, Crisp, Donaldson. DP-St. Louis 2
(M.Carpenter, Ma.Adams), (M.Carpenter,
Descalso, Ma.Adams); Oakland 1 (Sogard,
Lowrie, Moss).
WnwrghtW,11-59 5 1 1 2 8112 2.22
J.Parker 32/3 2 0 0 0 3 48 4.11
J.ChavezL, 1-211/33 4 4 1 0 31 3.76
Blevins 1 2 2 2 0 1 17 3.12
Neshek 12/3 2 1 1 0 2 31 2.30
Otero 11/3 1 0 0 0 1 20 3.86
J.Chavez pitched to 2 batters in the 6th.
Inherited runners-scored-J.Chavez 1-0,
Blevins 2-2, Otero 1-0. HBP-by J.Chavez
(Freese), by Blevins (Descalso). Umpires-
Home, Jeff Nelson; First, Ed Hickox; Sec-
ond, Jim Joyce; Third, Cory Blaser. T-2:48.
A-35,067 (35,067).

Excludes Saturday's late games
BATTING-YMolina, St. Louis, .350; Cuddy-
er, Colorado, .346; Segura, Milwaukee, .333;
Posey, San Francisco, .324;Votto,Cincinnati,
.321; Scutaro, San Francisco, .319; Craig, St.
Louis, .318.
RUNS-CGonzalez, Colorado, 62; Holliday,
St. Louis, 59; MCarpenter, St. Louis, 58; Vot-
to, Cincinnati, 55; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 53;
Choo,Cincinnati,52; SMarte,Pittsburgh,51.
RBI-Goldschmidt, Arizona, 67; Craig, St.
Louis, 62; Phillips, Cincinnati, 60; CGonza-
lez, Colorado, 59; DBrown, Philadelphia, 57;
Bruce, Cincinnati, 55; PAIvarez, Pittsburgh,
HITS-Segura, Milwaukee, 105; YMolina,
St. Louis, 100; MCarpenter, St. Louis, 97;
Craig, St. Louis, 96; Votto, Cincinnati, 96;
GParra, Arizona, 95; CGonzalez, Colorado,
DOUBLES-YMolina, St. Louis, 26; Bruce,
Cincinnati, 24; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 24;
GParra, Arizona, 24; Posey, San Francisco,
23; Rizzo, Chicago, 23; Pence, San Francisco,
TRIPLES-CGomez, Milwaukee, 9; SMarte,
Pittsburgh, 8; Segura, Milwaukee, 8; Span,
Washington, 7; CGonzalez, Colorado, 6;
Hechavarria, Mia, Miami, 5; DWright, New York,
HOME RUNS-DBrown, Philadelphia,
21; CGonzalez, Colorado, 21; PAlvarez,
Pittsburgh, 20; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 19;
Beltran, St. Louis, 18; Bruce, Cincinnati, 18;
Tulowitzki, Colorado, 16.
STOLEN BASES-ECabrera, San Diego, 31;
Segura, Milwaukee, 24; SMarte, Pittsburgh,
22; Revere, Philadelphia, 20; Pierre, Miami,
18; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 16; CGomez,
Milwaukee, 15; CGonzalez, Colorado, 15.
PITCHING-Zimmermann, Washington,
11-3; Wainwright, St. Louis, 11-5; Lynn, St.
Louis, 10-2; Corbin, Arizona, 9-0; Lee, Phila-
delphia, 9-2; Marquis, San Diego, 9-3; Minor,
Atlanta, 8-3; JDe La Rosa, Colorado, 8-4;
SMiller, St. Louis, 8-6; Maholm, Atlanta, 8-6.
STRIKEOUTS-Harvey, New York, 132;
Samardzija, Chicago, 120; Kershaw, Los An-
geles, 118; Wainwright, St. Louis, 114; Lee,
Philadelphia, 105; Bumgarner, San Fran-
cisco, 102; HBailey, Cincinnati, 102.
SAVES-Grilli, Pittsburgh, 27; Kimbrel,
Atlanta, 23; RSoriano, Washington, 21; Mu-
jica, St. Louis, 21; Chapman, Cincinnati, 19;
Romo, San Francisco, 18; Street, San Diego,
15; Papelbon, Philadelphia, 15.

Excludes Saturday's late games
BATTING-MiCabrera, Detroit, .375; CDa-
vis, Baltimore, .333; Lind, Toronto, .329;
Mauer, Minnesota, .325; Pedroia, Boston,
.325; DOrtiz, Boston, .317; Machado, Balti-
more,.316;JhPeralta, Detroit, .316.

Longoria, Tampa Bay, 52; Machado, Balti-
more, 52.
RBI-MiCabrera, Detroit, 81; CDavis, Balti-
more, 79; Encarnacion, Toronto, 66; Fielder,
Detroit, 62; NCruz, Texas, 58; AJones, Balti-
more, 57; DOrtiz, Boston, 57.
HITS-MiCabrera, Detroit, 117; Machado,
Baltimore, 112; Pedroia, Boston, 104; Trout,
Los Angeles, 104; AJones, Baltimore, 101;
CDavis, Baltimore, 8; Ellsbury, Boston, 97.
| DOUBLES-Machado, Baltimore, 37; CDa-
vis, Baltimore, 25; Trout, Los Angeles, 25;
Mauer, Minnesota, 24; 7 tied at 22
TRIPLES--EIIsbury Boston, 7; Drew, Bos
ton, 6; Trout, Los Angeles, 6; Gardner, New
York, 5; DeJennings, Tampa Bay, 4; Kawa-
saki,Toronto, 4; LMartin,Texas, 4.
HOME RUNS-CDavis, Baltimore, 30; Mi-
Cabrera, Detroit, 24; Encarnacion, Toronto,
23; ADunn, Chicago, 21; NCruz, Texas, 20;
SBautista,Toronto, 18; Ibanez, Seattle, 18.
STOLEN BASES-Ellsbury, Boston, 32;
McLouth, Baltimore, 24; Trout, Los Angeles,
20; Kipnis, Cleveland, 19; Altuve, Houston,
18; RDavis,Toronto, 18; AIRamirez, Chicago,
PITCHING-Scherzer, Detroit, 12-0; Colon,

Oakland, 11-2; MMoore, Tampa Bay, 10-3;
Buchholz, Boston, 9-0; Tillman, Baltimore,
9-2; Masterson, Cleveland, 9-6; FHernan-
dez, Seattle, 8-4; Lester, Boston, 8-4; Ver-
lander, Detroit, 8-5; Sabathia, NewYork, 8-6.
STRIKEOUTS-Darvish, Texas, 143; Scher-
zer, Detroit, 131; FHernandez, Seattle, 123;
Masterson, Cleveland, 117; Verlander, De-
troit, 114; Shields, Kansas City, 104; Sale,
Chicago, 104.
I SAVES-JiJohnson, Baltimore, 27; Rivera,
New York, 26; Nathan, Texas, 26; AReed,
Chicago, 21; Frieri, Los Angeles, 20; Perkins,
Minnesota, 20; Balfour, Oakland, 18.

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11:30 a.m.
NBCSN Formula One, British Grand Prix,
atTowcester, England (same-day tape)
TNT NASCAR, Sprint Cup, Quaker State
400, Sparta, Ky.
ESPN2 NHRA, Route 66 Nationals, at Jo-
liet, lll.(same-daytape)
7:30 a.m.
NBCSN -Tour de France, stage 2, Bastia to
Ajaccio, Corsica
NBC -Tour de France, stage 2, Bastia to
Ajaccio, Corsica (same-day tape)
11 a.m.
ESPN X Games, at Munich (same-day
8:30 a.m.
TGC European PGATour, The Irish Open,
final round, at Maynooth, Ireland
1 p.m.
TGC PGA Tour, AT&T National, final
round, at Bethesda, Md.
2:30 p.m.
TGC Champions Tour, Senior Players
Championship,final round, at Pittsburgh
CBS PGA Tour, AT&T National, final
round, at Bethesda, Md.
NBC USGA, U.S. Women's Open, final
round, at Southampton, N.Y.
TGC Tour, United Leasing
Championship, final round, at Newburgh,
Ind. (same-day tape)
1:10 p.m.
FSFL San Diego at Miami
1:30 p.m.
TBS -Arizona at Atlanta
1:40 p.m.
SUN Detroit at Tampa Bay
WGN Cleveland at Chicago White Sox
ESPN -N.Y.Yankees at Baltimore
NBCSN Draft, at Newark, NJ.
11:45 a.m.
ESPN2 FIFA, Confederations Cup, third
place game, Italy vs. Uruguay, at Salvador,
ESPN2 MLS, Houston at New York
5:30 p.m.
ESPN FIFA, Confederations Cup, cham-
pionship, Brazil vs. Spain, at Rio de Janeiro

Glantz-Culver Line
National League
San Diego -120 atMiami +110
Washington -115 at NewYork +105
at Pittsburgh -125 Milwaukee +115
atAtlanta -140 Arizona +130
San Francisco -115 at Colorado +105
at Los Angeles -120 Philadelphia +110
American League
at Boston -150 Toronto +140
Detroit -110 at Tampa Bay +100
atMinnesota -110 KansasCity +100
atChicago -140 Cleveland +130
Los Angeles -155 at Houston +145
at Baltimore -110 NewYork +100
atTexas -150 Cincinnati +140
atOakland -130 St.Louis +120
at Seattle -115 Chicago (NL) +105

LosAngeles 000 001012- 4 70
Houston 000 100001-2 72
Williams, D.De La Rosa (7), Jepsen (8), Frieri
(9) and Conger, lannetta; B.Norris, Clemens
(8), Blackley (9), Ambriz (9) and J.Castro.
W-D.De La Rosa 3-1. L-Clemens 4-3.
Sv-Frieri (20). HRs-Houston,J.Castro (11).
KansasCity 312 010 200- 9110
Minnesota 000 210 000 3100
Shields, Collins (7), B.Chen (8), Crow (8),
J.Gutierrez (9) and S.Perez;Walters, Swarzak
(4), Roenicke (8), Thielbar (9) and Doumit.
W-Shields 3-6. L-Walters 2-4 HRs-Kan-
sas City, B.Butler (6), Moustakas (5), Hosmer
2 (6). Minnesota,Thomas (2).
Cleveland 400 001 004 -9120
Chicago 100 014020--8130
Second Game
Carrasco, R.Hill (6), Langwell (8), Pestano (9)
and C.Santana; Quintana, NJones (7), Crain
(8), A.Reed (9) and Gimenez.W-Langwell
1 -0. L-A.Reed 3-1. Sv-Pestano (6). HRs-
Cleveland, Mar.Reynolds (15), Swisher (8).
St. Louis 000 010 000 1 70
Oakland 050 100 00x-6 90
S.Miller,J.Kelly (2), Siegrist (8) and YMolina;
Colon, Otero (9) and Vogt.W-Colon 11-2.
L-S.Miller 8-6.HRs-Oakland,Vogt (1).
Chicago 020000200 0-4 70
Seattle 000010120 1--5 91
(10 innings)
Tr.Wood,Villanueva (7), Russell (8), B.Parker
(8), Camp (10) and D.Navarro, Castillo;
Iwakuma, O.Perez (9), Medina (10) and
Zunino. W-Medina 3-2. L-B.Parker 0-1.
HRs-Chicago, A.Soriano (8), D.Navarro (8).
Seattle, Bay (9).
San Francisco 000 000 001 1 41
Colorado 103 000 Ox -4130
Zito, Dunning (6), Kontos (8) and Posey;
Chacin, Brothers (9) and W.Rosario. W-
Chacin 7-3. L-Zito 4-6. HRs-San Fran-
cisco, Posey (11). Colorado, Cuddyer (14),
W.Rosario (13).
Philadelphia 330114310 -16 211
LosAngeles 000001000 1 5 1
Lannan, Aumont (8), Savery (9) and Ruiz;
Capuano, Moylan (4), Guerrier (6), League
(8), Schumaker (9) and Federowicz. W-
Lannan 1-2. L-Capuano 2-5. HRs-Phila-
delphia, M.Young (5), Mayberry (6).
East Division
W L Pct. GB
Nationals 7 1 .875 -
Marlins 3 3 .500 3
Cardinals 3 5 .375 4
Mets 1 5 .167 5
Northeast Division
W L Pct. GB
Astros 5 3 .625 -
Tigers 3 2 .600 12
Yankees 3 4 .429 112

Braves 2 4 .333 2
Northwest Division
W L Pct. GB
Yankees 5 2 .714 -
BlueJays 4 4 .500 112
Pirates 4 4 .500 112
Phillies 2 5 .286 3
South Division
W L Pct. GB
Red Sox 5 3 .625 -
Orioles 4 4 .500 1
Twins 4 4 .500 1
Rays 3 5 .375 2
Saturday's results


Marlins 7,Cardinals6,10 innings Aug.1 8:45a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Nationals5, Mets4 Aug.2 8:45 a.m .- 11:30 a.m.
Braves 9, Blue Jays 2 Aug. 3 8:45 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Orioles 10, Rays 9 Aug.6 8:45 a.m 11:30 a.m.
Red Sox 4,Twins3 Aug. 10C 8:45a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Tigers at Phillies, ppd., rain
Gulf Coast vs. Yankees at Gulf Coast, ppd., oc e
rain Hockey
Pirates6,Astros2 NHLDRAFT
Today'sgames T 3m
No games scheduled Today, 3 pm.
Monday's games 1 Colorado
Marlins at Nationals, 12 p.m. 2. Florida
Phillies at Astros, 12 p.m. 3.Tampa Bay
4. Nashville
Basketball 5.Carolina
6. Calgary
WNBA GLANCE 7. Edmonton
W L Pct GB 9.NewJersey
Atlanta 9 1 .900 10.Dallas
Chicago 7 3 .700 2 11.Philadelphia
NewYork 5 4 .556 312 12.Phoenix
Washington 4 6 .400 5 13.Winnipeg
Connecticut 2 7 .222 61/2 14.Columbus
Indiana 2 7 .222 612 15.N.Y.Islanders
WESTERN CONFERENCE 16. Buffalo (from Minnesota)
W L Pct GB 17.Ottawa
Minnesota 7 2 .778 18.Detroit
Phoenix 7 4 .636 1 19. Columbus (from N.Y Rangers) AP PHOTO
LosAngeles 5 4 .556 2 20. San Jose
Seattle 4 5 .444 3 21.Toronto Odin Lloyd's Boston Bandits teammates arrive for Lloyd's funeral service Saturday in Boston.
San Antonio 3 6 .333 4 22.Calgary(from St.Louis)
Tulsa 3 9 .250 51/2 23.Washington
Indiana 80,Tulsa 69 25e Montreal FUNERAL HELD FOR were in acar with Lloyd winnerJonathanHuberdeauofthe
Atlanta 86,Washington 75 26. Anaheim shortly before his death. ... Florida Panthers and fellow finalists
Minnesota88,LosAngeles64 27.Columbus(from LosAngeles) MAN IN EX-PLAYER'S IndianapolisColtssafetyJoeLefeged BrendanGallagheroftheMontreal
New York67, Seattle62 28.Calgary(from Pittsburgh) S
Saturday'sresults 29. allas(from Boston) MURDER CASE was arrested on gun-related charges Canadiensand Brandon Saad ofthe
Saturday'sresults 29 Dallas (from Boston) M UR CASEa t
Phoenix 89, Connecticut 70 30. Chicago after a traffic stop in Washington Court Chicago Blackhawks were among players
Chicago94, Los Angeles82 BOSTON (AP) -
Today'sgames Hundreds of relatives records show police smelled marijuana chosen for the NHLs All-Rookie team.
San Antonio at Atlanta,3 p.m. Soccer atesin the car and found a container of Joining the three forwards were St. Louis
Tulsa at Washington,4 p.m. MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER friends and teammates alcohol and semi-automatic pistol Blues goalie Jake Allen, and defensemen
EASTERN CONFERENCE Wept together and hugged underneath the front passenger seat. Jonas Brodin of the Minnesota Wild and
W L T Pts GF GA Saturday at theefuneral of
Cycling Montrealphia 9 4 22 27 21 GA St l yerao A preliminary hearing is scheduled for JustinSchultzoftheEdmontonOilers....
Philadelphia 7 5 5 26 27 26 a se -pro football player Tuesday. USA Hockey named Dan Bylsma
TOUR DE FRANCE New York 7 6 4 25 23 22 whose killing led to mur- A
AtBastia, Corsica SportingKannssCity 6 5 5 23 20 15 der and weapons charges
SFirstStage Houston 6 5 5 23 19 16 anteteam for the 2014 Olympic Games in
132.4-mileflat ridefrom Porto-Vecchio Columbus 5 6 5 20 19 18 against former New BASKETBALLochi, Russia. The 42yearold Bylsma
to Bastia New England 5 5 5 20 18 13 England Patriots player
1. Marcel Kitel an, Team Argos- England 5 18 1 EnglandPatrio player Haslem played through is 201-92-25 infour-plus seasons with
1 M tGermany, Team Argos- Chicago 5 7 3 18 15 21
Shimano,4hours,56minutes,52seconds. TorontoFC 2 8 6 12 14 21 AaronHernandez. injury, needs surgery: Miami Pittsburgh handled theaPenguinstothe
2. Alexander Kristoff, Norway, Katusha, D.C. 2 12 3 9 8 27 The body of Odin Lloyd eatorward Udonis Haslem played 2009 tanley Cup.
sometime. WESTERN CONFERENCE was found June 17 near
3. Danny van Poppel, Netherlands, Vacan- W L T Pts GF GA through much of the second half of
soleil-DCM, sometime. RealSalt Lake 10 5 3 33 27 16 Hernandez's home. Police the season witha torn right meniscus, MOTOCR SS
4 David Millar, Britain, Garmin-Sharp, same Portland 7 1 9 30 28 16 arrested Hernandez onseason wt tr rg m MOTOCROSS
time. FC Dallas 8 3 6 30 27 22 and told The Associated Press that
5. Matteo Trentin, Italy, Omega Pharma- Vancouver 7 5 4 25 26 24 Wednesday and charged surgery will be required to repair the Dungey races to third
Quick Step, same time. Los Angeles 7 6 3 24 23 18 him with orchestrating the v win of season: In Southwick,
dialesametimeol, F R Seattle 6 5 3 21 1 17 execution-style shooting. m d lailnjrprmnal Mass., Ryan Dungey raced to his third
7. GregoryHenderson,NewZealand, Lotto- San Jose 4 7 6 18 15 25 Lloyd played for the appearance where hundreds of Heat fans 450 Class victory of the AMA Lucas
Belisol, same time. ChivasiUSA 3 10 2 11 14 30 Boston Bandits and
8. Jurgen Roelants, Belgium, Lotto-Belisol, NOTE: Three points for victory, one point Boston Bandits and began lining up to see the Miami native il Motocross season in Moto-X338,
sometime. for tie. was dating the sister of five h before he d. i winning the first moto and finishing
9.JoseJoaquin Rojas, Spain, Movistar, same Saturday's results Hernandez's fiancee.ours e arrive surgery wi an in
time. Real Salt Lake 1, Toronto FC 0 occur soon, he said, and Haslem expects
10. Kris Boeckmans, Belgium, Vacansoleil- Philadelphia 2, FC Dallas 2, tie Members of Lloyd's to be ready for training camp this fall second. Villopoto leads the standings,12
DCM, same time. Vancouver 1, D.C. United 0 team showed up for the to be ready for training camp this fall. points ahead of Dungey.
11. Daryl Impey, South Africa, Orica Colorado4, Montreal3 funeralintheiruniforms
GreenEdge, sometime. Columbus at Sporting Kansas City, late
12. SepVanmarcke,Belgium, Belkin ProCy- NewEnglandat Chivas USA, late and chanted his name
cling, same time. Los Angeles at San Jose, lateas pallbearers placed his COLLEGE FOOTBALL SWIMMING
13. Julien Simon, France, Sojasun, same Today's game
time. Houston at NewYork, 2 p.m. casket in a hearse outside Oklahoma football Ledecky, Lochte claim
14. Nicolas Roche, Ireland, Team Saxo-Tin- Church of the Holy Spirit player arrested for DUI: another title at nationals:
15. Simon Gerrans, Australia, Orica W LT PtsGFGA in Bostons Mattapan Universityof Oklahoma defensive In Indianapolis.KatieLedeckybrokeone
GreenEdge, sometime. SkyBlueFC 8 2 3 27 22 12 neighborhood. The crowd lineman Chuka Ndulue (en-DOO'- ofthe oldest national championship
Portland 8 2 2 26 18 9 of mourners was so large loo-way) was arrested in Norman for records, finishing the 1,500-meter
Also Western New York 6 2 4 22 22 12
38. Christian Vande Velde, United States, FC Kansas City 6 4 2 20 18 13 that some could not find driving underthe influence.Ndulue freestyle in15 minutes,47.15 seconds
Garmin-Sharp, same time. Boston 3 5 3 12 17 19 room inside the church for started 10ofOU's13 games last -surpassingJanetEvans'25-year-old
111. Andrew Talansky, United States, Gar- Chicago 3 5 3 12 12 17
min-Sharp,sametime Washington 7 3 6 9 22 the two-hour service, season. recordbynearly5seconds.Threeother
112. Thomas Danielson, United States, Seattle 1 9 2 5 7 21 Hernandez has pleaded Olympic gold medalists- Ryan Lochte
GarminSharp, same time d States, BMC fNOTE: Three points for victory, one point not and is held in the means 200 individual medley,
140. Brent Bookwalter, United States, BMC for tie. e H OCl
Racing, same time. Friday's result without bail Two other Natalie Coughlin in the women's 50
195. Tejay Van Garderen, United States, Western NewYork4,Washington 0 men are also in custody. Calder winner leads NHL free and Nathan Adrianin the men's 50
BMC, same time. Saturday's result
197 Edward King, United States, Cannon- Chicago at Seattle FC,late Prosecutors say the three All-Rookie team: CalderTrophy free- also won.
dale, same time. Today's games
Portland at FC Kansas City, 4:10 p.m.
Football SkyBlueFCatBoston,6:30p.m. TODAY'S FIVE Summer Rates are in full Swing
ARENALEAGUE Transactions THINGS TO WATCH At Maple Leaf Golf and CC
W LT Pct PF PA American League WHO: Brazil vs. ain 18 holes with 1/2 cart Regular Price $19
Chicago 8 6 0 .571 776 750 BALTIMORE ORIOLES Sent LHP Wei-
San Antonio 7 6 0 .538 572 641 Yin Chen to Bowie (EL) for a rehab assign- WHEN:5:30 p.m. Tee Times 6 days in advance.
Iowa 6 8 0 .429 666 684 ment.Designated INF Travis Ishikawa for WHERE:Riode Janeiro Why travel? Play here and SAVE!!!
West Division assignment.Recalled RHP JairJurrjensfrom TV: ESPN
W L T Pct PF PA Norfolk(IL). Summer Leagues Are Welcome
x-Arizona 12 2 0 .857 914 660 BOSTON RED SOX Designated RHP
Spokane 10 4 0 .714 935 734 Clayton Mortensen for assignment. Se- NEYMAR: Locals love the Call For Tee Times
San Jose 9 4 0 .692 728 668 elected the contract of 2B Jonathan Diaz
Utah 5 8 0 .385 656 712 from Pawtucket (IL). Agreed to terms with 21-year-ol01d Brazil striker 941-629-1666
AMERICAN CONFERENCE RHP Teddy Stankiewicz on a minor league t with the pseudo Mohawk, 94 1-62 -1666
South Division 0 contract. ho recently com pleated a
x-Jacksonville 9 5 0 .643 729 673 Brian Omogrosso and 3B Brent Morel to blockbuster move to Barcelona. S i ES IP
Tampa Bay 7 7 0 .500 787 749 Charlotte (IL). Recalled RHP Simon Castro Next season he will play alongside STILL AVAILABLE
Orlando 5 8 0 .385 666 738 from Charlotte. Lionel Messi and several oppo-
NewOrleans 3 10 0 .231 578 758 CLEVELAND INDIANS Optioned Lionel Messi and several oppo-
Eastern Division RHPs Trevor Bauer, Carlos Carrasco and nents he and Brazil will face today. $ 200
W LT Pct PF PA Matt Langwell to Columbus (IL). Selected Brazil's football poster boy has
Philadelphia 8 5 0 .615 766 632 the contract of RHP Joe Martinez from Co- e
Pittsburgh 3 10 0 .231 503 708 lumbus. scored in each of2the team's three GleCountyClub Ptax is not included
Cleveland 2 11 0 .154 576 745 DETROITTIGERS-Optioned RHP Evan group matches. More pressure will
x-clinched playoff spot Reed to Toledo (IL). be on him notjust today, but for
Friday's result TAMPABAY RAYS- Optioned RHP Alex bojust t oUdy b
Spokane80, Utah 41 Colome to Durham (L) Recalled INF Ryan the next year as Brazil tries to win CH A R L O T T E CO U N T Y
Saturday's results Roberts from Durham. Agreed to terms its sixth World Cuptitle in 2014. #1 G U N SH O P
Philadelphia 54, 1owa 30 with RHP Anthony Tzamtzis on a minor:
Jacksonville 43, Cleveland 41 league contract.
Orlando50,Pittsburgh35 National League 2 MACARANASTADIUM:
ChicagoS0,TampaBay49 ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS Rein- Officiallynamed Mario Filho
San Antonio 56, NewOrleans53 stated RHP JJ. Putz from the 15-day DL.
San Jose 72, Arizona 42 Optioned RHP Zeke Spruill to Reno (PCL). Stadium after a famous
CHICAGO CUBS Optioned C Steve Brazilian journalist, Maracana
CANADIAN LEAGUE Clevenger to Iowa (PCL). Transferred RHP hosted the World Cup final in 23S1. ramimi Trail
EAST DIVISION Zach Putnam to the 60-day DL.
W L T Pts PF PA CINCINNATI REDS Reinstated 2B 1950, when Uruguay beat Brazil Port Charlotte FL 33952
Montreal 1 0 0 2 38 33 Brandon Phillips from the paternity leave. 2-1. Since remodeled, Macarana
Toronto 1 0 0 2 39 34 Optioned NF HenryRodriguezto Louisville rhOslle:74l 8 97 065
Hamilton 0 1 0 0 34 39 (IL). Placed RHP Johnny Cueto on the 15- will bethe siteofnextyear's World Fa 941.689.7068
Winnipeg 0 1 0 0 33 38 dayDL.RecalledRHPLoganOndrusekfrom Cupfinal, which Brazil mustreach --
WEST DIVISION Louisville (IL). to get back into the iconic venue
Calgary 1 0 0 2 44 32 mer Escalona to Colorado Springs (PCL) for
Saskatchewan 1 0 0 2 39 18 a rehabassignment. THE REIGN IN SPAIN:
B.C. 0 1 0 0 32 44 MILWAUKEE BREWERS- Optioned OF From Xavi Hernandez
Edmonton 0 1 0 0 18 39 CalebGindltoNashville(PCL). the midfeldtz B uIT rad G u ns'
Thursday's result NEW YORK METS Sent RHP Jenrry controlling the midfield to
Montreal 38,Winnipeg 33 Mejia to the GCL Mets for a rehab assign- Andres Iniesta making pinpoint
Friday'sresults ment. nOVER 100 YEARS OF WEAPON EXPERIENCE.
Toronto 39, Hamilton 34 PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Optioned passes, Spain is soccer at its best.
Calgary 44, B.C. 32 INF Freddy Galvis to Lehigh Valley (IL). The first team to win European
Saturday's result PITTSBURGH PENGUINS Agreed Championships (2008 and '12)
Saskatchewan39,Edmonton 18 to terms with OF Nick Buckner, RHP Billy h
Roth and LHP Will Kendall on minor league and World Cup (2010) in succes-
NFL CALENDAR contracts, sion, Spain will be hard to beat. PE XP RIE\CE PURE G L F"
July 15-29-Training camps open. SAN DIEGO PADRES Agreed to terms
Aug. 3- Pro Football Hall of Fame induc- with RHP Jace Chancellor and OF Jordan
tions, Canton, Ohio. Paroubeck on minor league contracts. A BRAZILAT HOME: Brazil
Miami. LHP Eric Surkamp to Fresno (PCL). Bonito
Aug. 8 First weekend of preseason WASHINGTON NATIONALS Op- ("The Beautiful Game") AM PM

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Aug. 27-Roster cutdown to 75 players. KobernustoSyracuse(IL).Selectedthecon- kingtodisplaythatinits BIG SUMMER ARD
Aug. 31 Roster cutdown to 53 players. tract of RHP Taylor Jordan from Harrisburg display at in
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~Page8 SP The Sun /Sunday, June 30, 2013


Rain forces Cup restart today


SPARTA, Ky. Rain
Saturday night forced
NASCAR to postpone
the Sprint Cup race at
Kentucky Speedway until
today. The 400-mile event
was rescheduled for noon.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
will start on the pole in
a Chevy alongside Carl
Edwards' Ford.
It was the circuit's first
postponement since last
year's season-opening
Daytona 500. The marquee
event ran the following
night for the first time in
its history.
The rescheduling creates
the first day race for the
1.5-mile oval after two
events at night.
Showers arrived around
mid-afternoon with a
heavy downpour followed
by sporadic rain. NASCAR
delayed the start but
another band of rain led

Fans try to stay out of the rain before Saturday's Sprint Cup race
at Kentucky Speedway, which was postponed to noon today.

officials to postpone the
race just after 9 p.m.

Hamilton wins pole
at British Grand Prix: In
Silverstone, England, Mercedes driver
Lewis Hamilton clinched pole position
on his final lap at the British Grand

Prix, beating teammate Nico Rosberg
and three-time defending champion
Sebastian Vettel. He won his 28th
pole with a lap time of 1:29.607 and
beat teammate Mark Webber, who is
taking the track for the first time since
announcing he was leaving the sport
at the end of the year.


At Kentucky Speedway
Sparta, Ky.
Lap length 1.5 miles
(Car number in parentheses)
1. (88) Dale EarnhardtJr., Chevrolet, 183.636
2. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 183.306.
3. (48) JimmieJohnson, Chevrolet, 183.144.
4.(18) Kyle Busch,Toyota, 182.593.
5. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 182.587.
6. (11) Denny Hamlin,Toyota, 182.34.
7. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 182.254.
8. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 182.192.
9. (55) BrianVickers, Toyota, 181.922.
10. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet,
11. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 181.708.
12. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 181.653.
13. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 181.391.
14. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 181.36.
15. (15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 181.159.
16. (20) Matt Kenseth,Toyota, 181.111.
17. (47) AJ Allmendinger, Toyota, 180.892.
18. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford, 180.868.
19. (56) Martin Truex Jr.,Toyota, 180.832.
20.(16) Greg Biffle, Ford,180.765.
21.(5) KaseyKahne, Chevrolet, 180.638.
22. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 180.578.
23. (1)JamieMcMurray, Chevrolet, 180.445.
24. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 179.97.

25. (14)Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 179.964.
26. (51) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 179.802.
27. (78) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 179.39.
28. (30) David Stremme,Toyota, 179.075.
29. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, 178.944.
30. (33) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, 178.265.
31. (13) Casey Mears, Ford, 178.235.
32. (7) Dave Blaney, Chevrolet, 177.983.
33. (98) Michael McDowell, Ford, 177.713.
34. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, 177.486.
35. (36) JJ.Yeley,Chevrolet, 176.638.
36. (83) David Reutimann,Toyota, 176.488.
37. (35) Josh Wise, Ford, Owner Points.
38. (34) David Ragan, Ford, Owner Points.
39. (19) Mike Bliss, Toyota, Owner Points.
40. (93)Travis Kvapil,Toyota, Owner Points.
41. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, Owner
42. (44) Scott Riggs, Ford, Owner Points.
43. (32) Ken Schrader, Ford, Owner Points.

Formula One
At Silverstone Circuit
Silverstone, England
Lap length 3.66 miles
1. Lewis Hamilton, England, Mercedes, 1
minute, 29.607 seconds.
2. Nico Rosberg, Germany, Mercedes,
3. Sebastian Vettel, Germany, Red Bull,

4. Mark Webber, Australia, Red Bull,
5. Paul di Resta, Scotland, Force India,
6. Daniel Ricciardo, Australia, Toro Rosso,
7. Adrian Sutil, Germany, Force India,
8. Remain Grosjean, France, Lotus, 1:30.955.
9. Kimi Raikkonen, Finland, Lotus, 1:30.962.
10. Fernando Alonso, Spain, Ferrari,
Eliminated after second session
11. Jenson Button, England, McLaren,
12. Felipe Massa, Brazil, Ferrari, 1:31.779.
13. Jean-Eric Vergne, France, Toro Rosso,
14. Sergio Perez, Mexico, McLaren, 1:32.082.
15. Nico Hulkenberg, Germany, Sauber,
16. Pastor Maldonado, Venezuela,Williams,
Eliminated after first session
17. Valtteri Bottas, Finland, Williams,
18. Esteban Gutierrez, Mexico, Sauber,
19. Charles Pic, France, Caterham, 1:33.866.
20. Jules Bianchi, France, Marussia, 1:34.108.
21. Max Chilton, England, Marussia,
22. Giedo van der Garde, Netherlands,
Caterham, 1:35.481.

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Her qualifying times were
in line with what she had
been running during the
Racing to the finish
of the 100, straining to
gain inches on leader
Jammeria Higdon of
Sarasota, she felt a
curious sensation in
her thigh. In the micro-
second the sensation
reached her brain, it felt
like someone had thrown
a tennis ball at her.
Why would someone do
It made no sense.
She heard an audible
"pop." She had never
heard that before either.
"It was like a balloon
(popping) under some
blankets," Quinn remem-
bered. "But I felt it under
my skin, which felt really
weird. So that kind of
made me nervous."
The pain came quickly,
in waves.
It felt as if her left leg
was coming off her body.
Her arm involuntarily
shot to the back of her
leg, almost to make sure
it was still there.
Oh my God, what did
I do?
Clutching her failing
hamstring, she tried des-
perately to slow from a
full sprint with the finish
still in front of her.
With the strength in
her legs out of balance,
she veered into the next
lane, where a Gulf Coast
runner tried to shove her
Somehow, she finished.
Her time of 13.51 wasn't
great, but it wasn't her
worst of the season
The shove sent her
flying left onto the soft
grass, where she col-
lapsed in a heap, crying
in agony.
Charlotte coach Jerry
Voss tried his best to
lighten the moment,
telling Quinn she was
getting dirt on her face.
The Tarpons' senior
sprinter heard the joke
and appreciated it. But
all she could think of was
the pain.
Her mother Teresa,
an X-ray technician,
saw Quinn grab her
hamstring and went
flying down the Tarpon
Stadium stairs to get to
her daughter. Charlotte
trainer Chris Fink felt the
injured leg and felt a big
dent in the muscle.
That was problematic
in itself.
"If it's an ankle sprain,
you can usually tape
that and support the
ligaments," he said. "But
hamstrings are asked to
support too much."
Upon feeling the divot

in the hamstring, Fink
diagnosed it as a Grade
2 hamstring strain. That
doesn't sound bad until
you learn that a Grade 2
strain means you have
partially torn the muscle.
(Grade 1 is a strain;
Grade 3 is complete tear.)
Recovery time is gener-
ally between four and
eight weeks.
It's not an unusual
injury at track meets.
Charlotte High School
is a hub of prep track
in Southwest Florida
and hosted six meets
this spring. Fink said he
usually sees a couple
strained hamstrings per
year at these meets.
"It was probably the
worst I've seen off the
top of my head," he
Not that he told the
panicky, pained teen-
ager this. Fink tried to be
"He didn't tell me (it
was torn) because I was
freaking out," Quinn
said. "He said maybe
you'll be OK tomorrow or
next week. That kind of
helped me out, thinking
(I needed) rest or drink
some milk."
It took five seconds,
maybe less, for Quinn to
go from running all out
to lying face down in the
The comeback would
be slower and much
more deliberate.
She had seen a handful
of hamstring injuries at
track meets before and
most of them ended
with the athlete stiffly
rising and walking off the
injury. But her leg hurt
too much to move.
The Tarpon Stadium
crowd, which had au-
dibly gasped at Quinn's
infield fall, burst into ap-
plause as the senior was
helped into a cart. At that
moment, that applause
"When I got on the golf
cart, I heard everybody
clapping," Quinn said.
"That made me feel so
much better because
people weren't laugh-
ing at me because I fell.
There were making sure I
was OK and made every-
thing so much better."
Quinn declined a trip
to the emergency room,
afraid of needles. She
merely lay on the family
couch with painkillers
and an Ace bandage
wrapped tight as a
The good news came
when the diagnosis came
back confirming the
Grade 2 strain that
meant surgery was not
"The tear wasn't all the
way, completely torn,"
Quinn said. "They were
really worried it was
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I couldn't feel my leg.
That was pretty bad. The
doctor was freaking out
pretty bad. Usually, when
the doctor freaks out, it's
pretty bad stuff."
Any lingering thoughts
of coming back the next
week ended a few days
later when she couldn't
put her leg down without
She spent the next 10
days on two crutches and
endured the somewhat
surreal experience of
watching her events run
without her the follow-
ing week at the District
3A- 11 meet. Instead,
she cheered on her
teammates (including
her sophomore sprinter
brother Devin) and
watched the Tarpons win
boys and girls district
Quinn doesn't know
when she will run again
and is understandably
taking her time.
She is working with
coach Paul Williams
(Amanda Carr's trainer,
among others) to build
up her hamstring.
"He's been helping me
with different stretches
and helping me get my
leg strong again," Quinn
said. "He saw it as a good
opportunity to figure
out if my heart really is
in this. It's a pretty good
idea to work with him,
and he's helped me so
Most of the rehab
exercises can be done
around the house, along
with occasional trips to
see Williams in Sarasota.
And the family hot tub
has been invaluable.
The injury made
traditional senior mo-
ments a little trickier.
She went to the senior
prom with one crutch,
holding on to her date
for support much of the
night. Dancing for the
night was mainly limited
to standing upright.
Quinn shed the
crutches for graduation
on May 19, five weeks
after suffering the origi-
nal injury. The memory
of getting through the
ceremony in heels made
her beam as if she had
just qualified for the state
meet all over again.
The crutches are long
gone (hopefully, for
good) and she doesn't
limp anymore. But she
is still working her way
back. Quinn is still a long
way from the athlete
who who won the county
championship in the 100
meters in March.
"Right now, it's OK,"
she said. "There are
sometimes I feel shocks
here and there, but it's
actually doing very well.
I can't stretch that much
at all. But I can start
jogging for 10 meters
before it starts hurting. I
know 10 meters isn't that
much, but for me, it's the
best thing in the whole
Quinn still wears
the sleeve around her
left thigh, helping the
wounded hamstring heal.
It's become part of her
"I hate it," she said
unsmilingly, in a low, soft
She will start classes at
Edison College in August,
where she intends to
embark on courses
to become a physical
therapist. In that sense,
her hamstring injury
was (unintentionally)
She isn't yet done with
her track career and
hopes to eventually walk
on after transferring to a
four-year school.

She hopes to return to
full training by Christmas
or early next year.
"I never thought
I would be in this
situation," she said. "But
everything happens for a
reason. I'm a strong per-
son and I can kick butt
and get through this."

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day. Years ago, I read a science fiction
novel where everyone had a bank of
spare parts for their bodies. When
something stopped working, they
just replaced it with a new one. That
was so outlandish at the time pure
Not so anymore. New organs are
being made with our own stem cells
either from skin or bone marrow.
This area is still in its infancy but
parts of us have been manufactured
by scientists for implantation. Think
of all the people on wait lists for
organ transplants who can't get a
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from your own cells, there is little
or no chance of rejection. Not all
organs are being made yet, some of
the more difficult ones like the liver,
pancreas or nerves are going to take
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The process has been around for
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Fixing broken hearts

Tom Cappiello

I was diagnosed with stage 3A locally advanced
adenocarcinoma (nonsmall cell lung cancer) in
October of 2007.1 lam one of thefewsurvivors of
this terminal disease.
My diary is written to give cancer patients hope and
understanding about life after a cancer diagnosis.
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I have to say, I am absolutely
stunned at how far medical science
has come since I was a kid. Most
people don't know this, but when I
was a child I had a congenital heart
murmur. In those days no one paid
much attention to a heart murmur,
which was supposed to go away as
you get older. In my case, however,
the heart murmur never went away.
I wanted to participate in sports
when I entered junior high school
(seventh grade) which required a
perfunctory medical exam. The doctor
who listened to my heart would not
pass me because he heard a murmur.
He sent me home with a note suggest-
ing I see our family physician before I
could be cleared for sports.
Our family doctor saw me and took
an x-ray, which revealed an enlarged
heart. He, in turn, recommended that
we see a heart specialist at Thomas
Jefferson University Hospital in
Philadelphia. Getting in to see a heart
specialist in 1967 was a big deal. It
didn't happen right away.
We had to wait more than a month
before I could be seen. The specialist
we saw recommended admitting me
to the hospital for a battery of tests to
determine why my heart was en-
larged. Open-heart surgery was likely
to be the outcome once they knew
what was wrong.
I was admitted to the hospital in
the fall of 1967, and over the course
of 10 days had a battery of tests,
including a then brand-new technol-
ogy. The procedure that was most

heart-wrenching for my parents was
the heart catheterization, which was
cutting edge technology at the time.
The plan was to insert a catheter
through my arm into my heart to
see if the chambers were function-
ing properly. The risk was that the
procedure itself might cause a heart
attack or a stroke. It was a pretty seri-
ous thing to have any kind of heart
problem back in 1967.
Remember, that was the year world
famous South African surgeon, Dr.
Christian Bernard, performed the
world's first transplant using a heart-
lung machine. The surgery was a
"success," but the patient died just 18
days later due to complications.
Thankfully, the risky heart cath-
eterization procedure I had as a kid
proved that I didn't need to have open
heart surgery. Tests showed that I
had what is known as "straight back
syndrome." My heart only appeared
large in the chest x-ray because my
good posture in a skinny frame moved
the heart forward in the chest cavity,
making it appear larger. Duh!
To this day I remember finally being
discharged from the hospital and the
surgeon roughly grabbing and shaking
my very sore arm as we said goodbye.
It was a lot of pain, worry and expense
to go through just to be able to join
the track team! Thankfully, it was all
for nothing.
I was reminded of my childhood
heart issues today after attending a
reception for Dr. Christiano Caldeira
and his associates at Peace River

Heart Institute in Port Charlotte.
Caldeira is the founder of Florida
Advanced Cardiothoracic Surgery
(FACT Surgery) in Tampa, which is
teaming up with Peace River Heart
Institute. Caldeira is affiliated with
Tampa General Hospital, where he
is surgical director of heart and lung
transplantation, mechanical circula-
tory support and transcatheter aortic
valve replacement programs.
Richard Satcher, CEO of Peace River
Regional Medical Center, says that the
idea of bringing Caldeira and his team
to our area was the result of input
from patients and area cardiologists
who, until now, sent the most difficult
cases to Tampa General for advanced
high-risk cardiac surgical procedures,
including implantable ventricular
assist devices, left ventricular recon-
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heart and lung transplants.
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Alzheimer's treatment doesn't work in study


An anti-cancer drug about to be
tested in a clinical trial by a biomedical
company in Ohio as a possible treat-
ment for Alzheimer's disease has
failed to work with the same type of
brain plaques that plague Alzheimer's
patients, according to results of a study
by University of Florida researchers.
Dr. David Borchelt, a professor
of neuroscience affiliated with the
Evelyn E and William L. McKnight
Brain Institute of the University of
Florida, emphasized the importance
of verifying promising research results
before investing in clinical studies or
testing potential therapies in people.
Bexarotene has known side effects that
include effects on the liver, blood and
other metabolic systems.
"We wanted to repeat the study
to see if we could build on it, and
we couldn't," he said. "We thought it
was important that something like
this, which got a lot of publicity and
patients were immediately looking
to try to get access to this drug, that
it was important to publish the fact
that we couldn't reproduce the most
exciting part of the study. Maybe there
should be some caution going forward
in regard to patients."
Borchelt and Dr. Kevin Felsenstein,
an associate professor of neuroscience,
said a drug called bexarotene that their
team orally administered to mice did
not reduce amyloid plaques, waxy
buildups on the brain that are a key
culprit in Alzheimer's disease. Their
findings were published in the May 24
issue of the journal Science magazine,
with two additional articles detailing

similar results from other researchers.
The research follows up on a 2012
Science article that claimed bexaro-
tene had reversed Alzheimer's-like
symptoms in mice afflicted with the
plaques. Authors of that study also
administered the drug orally.
The paper "indicated that with as
little as three days of treatment, they
basically cleared the amyloid deposits
from these animals, as well as restored
cognitive abilities," Felsenstein said
of the 2012 paper. He said the results
of the original study were surprising,
given decades of research that had
failed to find a therapy successful in
dismantling amyloid plaques.
"We can shut down the production
of amyloid in these animal models and
the deposits in these animal models
don't disappear," Felsenstein said.
"These deposits have been described
by some as cement, and it will take
a lot to get rid of them. The fact that
something could actually make them
disappear in literally a couple of days
is again very remarkable."
Interested to see how bexarotene
might work to break down amyloid
plaques, Felsenstein and Borchelt
selected mice approximately the same
age as those used in the 2012 study
and orally administered the drug to
the mice. Tests confirmed the drug had
reached its target genes in the mice,
and that it elevated levels of a protein
called apolipoprotein E. Some scien-
tists believe one of the forms of this
protein may prevent the buildup of
amyloid brain plaques in people who
don't have Alzheimer's disease.
But elevated levels of the protein


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Florida researchers find drug that could reverse Alzheimer's


Scientists at Sanford-Burnham
Medical Research Institute have
discovered a combination of two
FDA-approved drugs that appears to
stop and possibly reverse the
destructive changes in the brain
caused by Alzheimer's disease.
By combining two widely used
drugs, nitroglycerin and memantine,
researchers created a third drug:
NitroMemantine. In animal models,
the hybrid appears to restore syn-
apses the connections between
neurons lost in the disease
process, according to findings from
a 10-year study published in the
Proceedings of the National Academy
of Sciences.
The new experimental drug may be
the first to restore brain synapses lost
during the progression of Alzheimer's
disease, said Dr. Stuart Lipton,
professor and director of Sanford-
Burnham's neuroscience, aging and
stem-cell research center, and the
study's lead researcher.
"These findings actually mean that
you might be able to intercede not
only early but also a bit later," said
Lipton, whose team studied the drug
combination in mice and in brain
cells derived from human stem cells.
The new combo drug developed
by researchers at Sanford-Burnham's
Lajolla, Calif., center is part of an
overall effort focused at its Orlando
sister facility that explores ways
scientists can "re-purpose" already
approved drugs in new ways to treat
"The potential of drug re-purpos-
ing is enormous and will accelerate
the pace of drug discovery," said Dr.
Steve Gardell, senior director of sci-
entific resources at Sanford-Burnham
in Lake Nona.
To get a new drug approved for
use in humans is a tremendous ac-
complishment, he said. Once a drug
makes it that far, it should be lever-
aged for other uses.
Drugs are typically developed for
one purpose; however, "observing
how they act in humans can open
our eyes to other, possibly more valu-
able, uses," Gardell said.
Alzheimer's disease progressively
destroys the connections among
neurons, leading to memory loss and
cognitive decline.
In the United States, an esti-
mated 5.4 million Americans have

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Researchers have discovered a
way to make a blood thinner safer
for about 40 percent of African-
Americans taking the drug by linking
a common gene variation to the
These findings, published June 4
in The Lancet, are the latest results
from ongoing collaborative work
by 42 researchers from 17 institu-
tions in the International Warfarin
Pharmacogenetics Consortium led
by University of Florida (UF) Health
researcher Julie A. Johnson, a dis-
tinguished professor of pharmacy
and medicine and director of the
UF Center for Pharmacogenomics,
A highly effective blood thinner
taken by patients at risk for strokes
caused by clotting, warfarin also
contributes to nearly one-third of all
hospital admissions for adverse drug
"Warfarin dose requirements vary
substantially among all patients
and the perfect dose is critical,"
said Johnson, the V. Ravi Chandran
professor of pharmaceutical sciences
at the UF College of Pharmacy. "A
little high might mean bleeding risk,
a little low raises a danger of a clot
that can cause pulmonary embolism
or stroke."
Also known as Coumadin, warfarin
is a low-cost drug option that may
FILE PHOTO be prescribed for short- or long-term
blood-thinning therapy. The IMS
Institute for Healthcare Informatics
reported that more than 33 million
U.S. prescriptions for warfarin were
filled in 2012.
Among all patients, warfarin daily
doses range anywhere from 1 mg to
20 mg, and even a small miscalcula-
tion can lead to complications. It
may take a couple of weeks to several
months to determine the right dose
without the use of genetics, leaving
.patients vulnerable in the process.
By compiling genetic data along
with other factors that affect dosing,
such as patients' weight, age and
other drugs being taken, doctors can
prescribe a more accurate dosage for
any patient from the start.
For African Americans, however,
that wasn't enough to predict the
widely variable dose of warfarin, so
the researchers began looking for
additional factors. They discovered a
difference in one part of the genome
that strongly influences how people
of African-American descent me-
lTER tabolize these drugs.
After adding this genetic marker
to dosing algorithms, co-author
Minoli Perera, an assistant profes-
sor of medicine at the University
of Chicago, showed a 21 percent
y improved predictability of warfarin
dosing for the at-risk population,
vith who often require a higher dosage.
irt "This finding demonstrates the
potential for genetic studies, es-
pecially those applied to minority
groups, to make a substantial impact
on both the population and the per-
sonal level," Perera said. "Physicians
will appreciate its impact on the
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difficult-to-dose drug. Patients who
carry this mutation will appreciate
that their doctors can start them at a
lower dose that is closer to what they
really require."
Studies conducted at the University
of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) and
the University of Chicago identi-
fied novel genetic associations
with warfarin dose requirements in
African Americans. Study co-author
Dr. Larisa H. Cavallari, an associate
professor in the UIC department of
pharmacy practice, has been a mem-
ber of the consortium since its early
efforts to identify a dosing algorithm
for warfarin.
Existing pharmacogenetic algo-
rithms have not accurately predicted
the best warfarin dose in African-
Africans, said Brian E Gage, an
internist and a professor of medicine
at Washington University in St. Louis
whose work is independent of the
Gage developed a website, www., that offers a
calculator for his widely used war-
farin dosing algorithm for clinicians
evaluating new patients or seeking
scientific resources, including patient
education. Johnson and her col-
leagues, who also have contributed a
dosing algorithm to the site, believe
that doctors and their patients will
benefit with the addition of the
consortium's newest findings.
The consortium obtained genetic
samples African-American partici-
pants with an average age of 59. To
compare the results of the new dos-
ing predictions, researchers collected
genetic samples from several clini-
cal study sites. They analyzed 533
samples from the discovery group
and compared them to a 432-valida-
tion group of African-American adult
volunteers all taking maintenance
dose of warfarin.
"Incorporating this gene vari-
ant into pharmacogenetic dosing
algorithms could improve warfarin
dose prediction in this population
and help more patients arrive at
their optimal dose more quickly,"
said Nita Limdi, an associate profes-
sor in the department of neurol-
ogy at the University of Alabama
at Birmingham (UAB) School of
Medicine, and a co-author of the
The UAB, with a large demographic
population at risk for health care dis-
parities, enrolled the largest number
of patients in the study.
"This newly discovered polymor-
phism will improve prediction sub-
stantially," Gage said. "Furthermore,
because it affects warfarin metabo-
lism, accounting for it should signifi-
cantly decrease the risk of overdosing
African-Americans who are initiating
The consortium researchers all
hope to improve patients' outcomes
worldwide by taking the next steps to
apply what they have learned.
"We are currently genotyping all
patients newly starting warfarin at
the University of Illinois Hospital and
Health Sciences System. We plan to
add the new variant, described in
the Lancet paper, to our genotyping
platform," Cavallari said.

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Two-pronged attack of diet and oxygen may combat cancer


Scientists at the Hyperbaric
Biomedical Research Laboratory at
the University of South Florida (USF)
are hoping a new therapy for cancer
will translate as well go humans as it
does to mice.
The study, titled "The Ketogenic
Diet and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Prolong Survival in Mice with
Systemic Metastatic Cancer," was led
by Dominic D'Agostino, principal
investigator in the department of mo-
lecular pharmacology and physiology
at the USF Health Morsani College
of Medicine in Tampa. The research
shows the effects of combining two
nontoxic cancer therapies in a mouse
model of late-stage, metastatic
"What's important is that this
is a nontoxic therapy," said lead
study author Angela Poff. "I'm sure
everyone's familiar with the cancer
therapies that are in use right now are
very toxic, and can be very, very hard
on the patient to go through. Our lab
is very interested in the idea of find-
ing these nontoxic therapies that we
think can make a very big difference."
This two-pronged approach that

attacks the metabolic makeup of
cancer cells seems to do the trick.
The first component is diet.
"The idea that you can treat
cancer based on what types of energy
sources it uses meaning the types
of energy such as from the food that
we eat has gotten a lot of inter-
est lately," Poff said. "But it actually
comes from a very old idea."
She explained that scientists have
known for a long time that cancer
cells are reliant on glucose, which
comes from carbohydrates. Healthy
cells can use fats, carbs and proteins
for energy very easily but cancer
cells can't. They're very unique in
that they cannot adapt to using fat
- called ketones, which is what fat
is converted to in the body as an
energy source.
"So the idea came about if you can
restrict carbs in the diet, you can
selectively starve the cancer cells,"
Poff explained. "That has been looked
at in several animal models of cancer.
There are also a couple of anecdotal
case reports in humans that show you
can have very dramatic slowing of
the cancer growth or even remission,
in some cases. It's called a ketogenic
diet a very low carbohydrate, high
fat diet."

Thle ItudV shhoed thalit nIce given
the ketogenic diet lived 5- percent
lonige i t al trle contl ol I- iniulia ls.
which eie fed ;i high caii hbolhdiate
diet to itelect lit milo-,St Amei icaiiiS
eat But tile n uce hlied 78 percent
longer nlien trie diet \\as coinlinh ed
witli ailoliei sui piiumgelemnent
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peiceit ox\gen Hvpei hl.iic o:,\\:gen
treatiineitS iaise that level tIo, 100u
pelceint. aid aiie pe ,:ito ned inside
a cliinlbei that comipieessed to ,r
elevated piesinlie
Becauiise c-ii cels gio s,-, lapidl.
the\ aren't able to oIi in piopei blood
vessels inside tle tUlinoi. Poff
explained \\ihar \o,:, end tip with
ale aeas,-A o \el v Io\\ ,:x\gell. ihlch
is ei\ adaiditlageeoluS to tle tuninoli
and pominote,- its glomtlh The idea
of using li\pei hatitc ox\:gell tliei;ip\
is thai b\ ptilShing movie o:x\\,gen: into
ycui tiastles, aiid into te truninoi -
you'ie offseting ithe beneficial effects
of the I,\\ o,:xgen iYol can liut do ,lvi
a lot oi gt4 o all paitinia\ inUide the
tulnoi "
The next step iS oin the long iload o
clhincal itiials that will. ii successftil.
haie i shot at being appio\ed b\ the
U S F ,ood alid D-)i ti: ) dminih-tiliti

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othei tiling that la;ni be inmoie dif-
icult to hild It depends oi support
;Ild ful ding." Poff, Said Thid T lit' liv t'
lequied oi i: fulthei stud\
\\e'ie til\ig to get off tlie giound
with s,-ome crllabo ato-rs aic l-ss tie
cointmri." shie added \\e ii\ae ;i
collaboilato i li ht i ,, \\hn : iS Iin
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chlliihc l ti lal Ill bilamn c;ilcei pa-itlelt$.
;ind aiie ieci mllming pairentiS r-, that

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appioach ic ill mike tle riirdiionial
tlieiaples Stclih -s clihemno ;-ind l;idl;i-
tion moine effectl\e But Po li hope s
that. :, one dai\. mnetalbolic tieatinetr
mIight be tle him t lie of defense
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appioiaclies uiimnece-s-.ii \
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tlieiapie that aiie efecti\e Iin trie
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S-tagie lmetaSitatic cilceis ;imd bi
imnetr-aita ic I me;iin ciiceis thai t li\e
spieadd fiiomi tlhe pl IiL;n\ rllini."
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iemiSSl,:,ion but then might develop ;a
lesirtaince to rtie tieainmenmt aid come
back But e hilink tlhee aiie a\si to,
optimize these tlieiapiles "

Researchers develop model to predict, reduce sudden cardiac deaths


Currently, more than 200,000 people
die each year in the United States be-
cause of sudden cardiac death (SCD).
But doctors might be able to reduce
that number through early predic-
tion and preventive care, according
to Dr. Pascal J. Goldschmidt, dean of
the Miller School of Medicine at the
University of Miami.
Goldschmidt, along with professors
Sylvia Daunert and Lucille Markey,
led a team of researchers who worked
to come up with a set of markers to
predict SCD.
Their findings were presented in
the May 7 issue of Nature Scientific
Reports. In essence, by using math-
ematical computations, researchers
are able to predict the formation,
growth and rupture of atheroma
plaques, which is what causes most of
the cardiac deaths in this country.

"My interest in this work started a
long time ago when my brother's best
man had a heart attack while playing
tennis and died. He left three little
kids and a wife," Goldschmidt said.
Cholesterol, fatty acids and other
debris settle into an artery and form
a plaque. Once the plaque ruptures,
heart attack often follows.
"What we did was create a fellow-
ship across schools of medicine, arts
and science and also worked with
people in the physics department,"
he said. "We asked ourselves, 'If we
were able to change the course of the
disease in someone at risk at 40 what
would be the effect?'"
Everyone has some level of plaques.
The team decided to design a com-
puter model that would look at the
number of plaques a person had at
a certain age. The model helps to
predict whether the patient would
become a victim of SCD.
"It appears that most people who

die of caidiac death bl i age 40 lto 50
allied\ hlid rlie Iceait of ;-it x80-\ieai-
old If ne \eie ;ible to identity tlirese
individuals witlh a test.r tlhos'e people
would live longer. fullei lives EaIl\
teslming foi li heaiit attack piob',bilmit iS
still omenilitr c,,nt\oveisidil It theie
weie a test rto, predict it. b\ identity -
ing b\ identit-iig genetic maukeis.
Goldsclimidt Ibelieves, minlm liees
would be extended nitli tlie imple-
mentation of cei rtain iiflest\ie clihdinges,
and rlie use of mnedicatiolnl,
\\e aliead\ cca do CT Scain o,-f tlie
heii t lihat allo-s a i nonin\mu iise look ;at
the coolleS o,, a patlen t h lgi,\es a
pierr\ good picrtie a;ind e ;iie ;ible to
identik siignilnc;iat blockageis Manl\
people aie iagan,-i t cirlig it because
of tlie laidl-itn llassclaited vlwi tlhe

test. ie -said \\e could look at ,oithei
teclim quesr that aiie le hI, liiinful
Ctleiintli most police maikeis coii-
scidei rtelmig in en it 4-5 amid nomenii
at 50 The piohblein iS that theie ;ii
people as vo \ ng as 2-0 \\ ,ii need to, be
Goldschlhmidl points, to coloIo,-
co,:p\. oniice coniideied queStiniiable
;-ind II:no p;ai of lotrille pieventim e
medicine. h iie, a iig iaiia huge impact ,:,t
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count i\
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lie in believe it or not viruses.
That's the ultimate hope of re-
searchers who have discovered that a
combination of the myxoma virus and
the immune suppressant rapamycin
can kill glioblastoma multiforme, the
most common and deadliest malig-
nant brain tumor.
"On one hand, it's surprising
because viruses in several settings are
known to cause cancer like HPV
causing cervical cancer in women or
HIV predisposing to various cancers,"
said. Dr. Peter Forsyth of Moffitt
Cancer Center's neuro-oncology
program, who has conducted the
research with colleagues from
University of Florida, University
of Calgary, University of Texas and
Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre
Research Laboratories.
Forsyth believes this may one day
be the key to treating a host of cancer
because it finally attacks the root of
the problem: brain cancer stem cells.
"Brain cancer stem cells are thought
to be like the queen bee of the hive,"
he said. "They are drivers of tumor
growth and proliferation. The queen
bee can differentiate into many kinds
of bees such as drones, for example
like the main cancer stem cell."
Forsyth compares current treatment
options to dousing a beehive with
an insecticide that kills all the bees
FILE PHOTO except for the queen.
"You come back three months later
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"We haven't been curing cancer be-
cause we've been targeting the drones
the cells that have already differ-
entiated into certain kinds of cancer
cells without attacking the stem
cell, which is like the queen bee."
Using the myxoma virus is the dis-
covery of Dr. Gates McFadden at the
ring... University of Florida in Gainesville,
atment Forsyth said.
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in Australia as the mechanism to
control the wild rabbit population,
so it's known to be safe. For example,
the people who thought it was a great
idea to do this stood on the steps
of the legislature in Australia and
injected themselves with the virus, as
well as every species in Australia to
prove it was safe."
But the virus alone would be de-
stroyed by the body's immune system.
Enter the immune suppressant
"The drug suppresses the immune
system and allows the virus to rep-
licate in brain cancer cells," Forsyth
The combination has been shown
to infect and kill both brain cancer
stem cells and differentiated compart-
ments of glioblastoma multiforme.
Though Forsyth admits the research
shows promise, he estimates it will
be one or two years before clinical
trials can begin. The goal would be to
have the treatment work well enough
in trials that it would receive ap-
proval from the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) for general use.
"We need better treatment for brain
cancers," Forsyth said. "These are
rapidly progressive tumors that are
incurable. We want better treatments
for our patients, instead of seeing
brain cancers come back and have
people die that are infected by them.
We're looking at various experimental
approaches around the world."
He noted that there are several
viruses now in clinical trials against
cancers that are currently being
evaluated. One of them has been
approved in China to treat head and
neck cancer.
"There are a handful of these that
are in later stage clinical trials that
may or may not reach the criteria
of the FDA for approval," Forsyth
said, "but the field is moving in that
"It's not a blue-sky discussion.
These things are actually getting into
the clinic and being tested, so it's
pretty cool."

with bexarotene showed no significant
difference in the number or size of
plaques in the animals' brains. Two
teams of researchers from other insti-
tutions also were unable to replicate
the breakdown of amyloid plaques.
Felsenstein emphasized that his
team does not claim the previous
study indicating bexarotene's effec-
tiveness is "totally wrong."
"We're just saying right now it's
extremely difficult to replicate and
there may be little nuances, that
there's something that we don't quite
understand," he added. Felsenstein
and Borchelt both work at UF's
Center for Translational Research in
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Gene therapy helps muscular dystrophy patients breathe easier


Children with a rare form of mus-
cular dystrophy called Pompe disease
often spend their days tethered to
mechanical ventilators in order
to breathe. But results from a new
clinical trial at University of Florida
(UF) Health show that gene therapy
improved respiratory function in these
patients and increased the time they
could spend breathing on their own
without assisted ventilation.
"This approach to treating an
inherited disease that affects respira-
tory function has been safe and we
are pleased to see it was also effective
at reversing some of the respiratory
deficits these patients had," said Dr,
Barry Byrne, director of the Powell
Gene Therapy Center at UF and a pro-
fessor of pediatrics in the UF College
of Medicine.
Pompe disease is a neuromuscular
condition that occurs when children
are born with mutations in a gene
responsible for the production of an
enzyme called lysosomal acid alpha-
glucosidase, or GAA. The enzyme is

necessary to convert stored sugar in
the body to glucose. Without it, the
stored sugar, or glycogen, builds up
in muscle. This accumulation leads
to muscle weakness and damage that
affects patients' ability to walk and
breathe, and can ultimately harm the
Patients with Pompe disease
typically take enzyme replacement
therapy, which helps stave off some of
the effects of the disease and prolongs
survival. But it isn't a cure, Byrne says,
and for patients who already require
ventilation, the therapy does not help
them breathe without assistance.
"Being freed from the ventilator is an
important milestone," Byrne said. "It
allows them to maximize develop-
ment as they grow and do things they
could not do if they were hooked to
the ventilator. There is also a safety
factor. If they have total dependence
on equipment and they lose access to
power, they will die."
Published in the journal Human
Gene Therapy, the phase I/II clini-
cal trial followed five patients with
Pompe disease whose condition had
progressed to the point they required

mechanical ventilation to breathe.
Researchers injected patients with a
corrective form of the gene using the
vector adeno-associated virus type
1, or AAV- 1, a harmless virus that
shuttles the gene directly into cells.
After following the patients for six
months, the researchers determined
that not only was the therapy safe, it
also improved respiratory function
in study participants. An additional
abstract, co-authored by Dr. Barbara
Smith, showed that all of the patients
the researchers followed for the
first year of the study continued to
improve. Improvements varied from
patient to patient depending on how
long participants had been using a
ventilator. After gene therapy, some
patients were able to breathe on their
own for additional minutes while
others were able to make it an hour or
more without using a ventilator.
"The ultimate hope is if we can
intervene earlier in their disease
process, we will be able to maintain
or improve their function even more,"
said Smith, an assistant professor of
physical therapy in the UF College of
Public Health and Health Professions.

"That's our goal."
As a next step, Byrne hopes to soon
begin testing a more efficient vec-
tor to transport the corrective gene
into cells. This new vector, AAV-9,
should allow the gene to more easily
penetrate the central nervous system
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Prenatal exposure to tobacco smoke linked to hearing loss


Exposure to tobacco smoke while
in the womb can lead to diminished
hearing by adolescence, doctors have
found in a study that links tobacco use
and hearing impairment.
The new research suggests that
compounds contained in tobacco
smoke cross the placenta and exert
harmful effects on the auditory
The analysis, conducted by Drs.
Michael Weitzman and Anil Lalwani of
NewYork University-Langone School
of Medicine in Manhattan, focused on
both maternal smoking and tobacco
use by other household members.
"This is the first time has produced
evidence that the ability to hear can
be affected by smoke," Weitzman said
"I think some people would say this
adds to the litany of horrible conse-
quences of an epidemic involving a

man-made product that began caus-
ing serious health effects 110 years
ago with the massive sale of tobacco
products," he said.
In the past, doctors have linked low
birth weight, asthma, sudden infant
death syndrome and recurrent ear
infections to both maternal smoking
and exposure of the mother to sec-
ondhand smoke while pregnant.
Weitzman noted that even though
his research was not designed to pin-
point a mechanism by which tobacco
smoke damages the ability to hear,
it is possible, he said, that tobacco's
byproducts can injure the developing
ear in numerous ways.
The research focused on hearing
loss due to nerve damage.
"It is possible that (hearing loss)
might occur because of decreased
blood flow and decreased oxygen-
ation, or higher carbon monoxide
levels," he said.
Weitzman, a professor of pediatrics
and environmental medicine, studied

the medical records of 964 adolescents
between the ages of 12 and 15, who
had participated in the federal govern-
ment's National Health and Nutrition
Examination Survey during 2005-2006.
Parents were asked about prenatal
smoke exposure. Weitzman said the
parents especially mothers usu-
ally lie about cigarette usage during
pregnancy because of the stigma
attached to the habit and its injurious
effects on the fetus. Sixteen percent of
parents admitted to smoking.
Reporting in the journal
Otolaryngology Head and Neck
Surgery, the team found that smokers'
children were more likely to suffer a
loss of hearing audible sounds, such
as those that occur during normal
There was also a threefold increase
in the odds of low-frequency hear-
ing loss in one ear, according to the
Lalwani studied the losses in tone.
The aim of their research, Weitzman

said, was to determine two factors
exposure to prenatal tobacco smoke
and what doctors call sensorineural
hearing loss, or impairment associated
with nerve damage.
This kind of hearing loss is subtle
but debilitating, Weitzman and his
colleagues say.
"If you have subtle hearing loss,
it can change how you perceive the
world, you may miss every other wo: id
that people are saying," Weitzman
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sure you get a hearing aid or a co-
chlear implant; people seat you in t ie
front of the room you get a lot of
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"the assistance you need really isn't
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Medication plus talk therapy helps treat anxiety in seniors


A study of older adults has found
that combining antidepressant medi-
cation with a type of psychotherapy
called cognitive behavioral therapy
(CBT) appears to be very effective
as a treatment for anxiety. Together,
they also seem to keep older adults
anxiety-free for longer periods of time
than either medication or CBT alone.
Researchers from Washington
University School of Medicine in St.
Louis, the University of California,
San Diego, and the University of
Pittsburgh studied 73 patients who
were at least 60 years of age and who
suffered from generalized anxiety dis-
order, a common problem estimated
to affect about one in 20 seniors.
Their study is published online in
The American Journal of Psychiatry.
In the past, the standard therapy
for anxiety has involved drugs called
benzodiazepines, a form of tranquil-
izer, but those drugs are not ideal for
"Benzodiazepines are particularly
risky in older adults because they can
contribute to falls and to cognitive
impairment," said Dr. Eric J. Lenze,
professor of psychiatry at Washington
University. "So we have been focusing
on alternative strategies for improving
anxiety disorders in older adults, and
we've had some success both with the
antidepressant drug escitalopram and
with cognitive behavioral therapy."
But neither the antidepressant drug,
sold commercially as Lexapro, nor
CBT has been completely successful
in older adults. So this study tested
them in combination.
"Our theory is that generalized
anxiety disorder has two compo-
nents," explained Lenze, a geriatric
psychiatrist. "One is a generally high
stress level that might be managed
with antidepressant medication, but
the other is excessive worry. Some
people are pathological worriers, and
we thought that might be helped by
cognitive behavioral therapy."
All patients began the study by
taking escitalopram for three months.
From there, they were randomly as-
signed to one of two groups. The first
simply stayed on the drug for another
16 weeks. The second group took the
drug and also received 16 weeks of
During CBT, patients learned about
the nature of worry and worked on
relaxation techniques such as deep,
slow breathing and progressive
muscle relaxation. They also were
taught problem-solving skills.

The researchers found that the
participants' anxiety levels improved
with the antidepressant medication
but that the individuals who also had
the 16 weeks of CBT improved signifi-
cantly more in a standard measure of
worry pathology.
"In my opinion, CBT with anxious,
older adults should include more
'B' than 'C,' that is more behavioral
strategies and less cognitive restruc-
turing," said first author Dr. Julie
Loebach Wetherell, staff psychologist
at the Veterans Administration San
Diego Healthcare System and profes-
sor of psychiatry at the University of
California, San Diego.
"The good news is that anxiety can
be treated effectively in older people,
and that's important because it's
a common, debilitating condition
that older people too often suffer in
silence. The other important finding
is that combining CBT and medica-
tion as therapy seems to allow older
people to remain well, often even
if they eventually stop taking the
medication in the weeks or months
after their anxiety subsides."
After 16 weeks on medication, or
medication plus CBT, the groups were
randomly divided again. The subjects
either remained on the antidepres-
sant drug for another 28 weeks, or
they slowly were weaned off the medi-
cation and were given an inactive pla-
cebo for the remainder of the study.
Finally, after 56 weeks, the researchers
compared patient outcomes.
"Those individuals who had both
the drug and cognitive behavioral
therapy also had a lower relapse rate,
and if they did relapse, it happened
later," Lenze said. He noted the find-
ings demonstrate that older adults
with anxiety have treatment options
for getting well and staying well. He
cautioned, however, that not all older
adults benefit from CBT.
"Antidepressant medication and
cognitive behavioral therapy appear
to work well in combination, but if
an older adult has begun to develop
dementia related to Alzheimer's
disease or some other illness, it ap-
pears even small amounts of cognitive
impairment from those disorders can
interfere with the benefits this combi-
nation of therapies provides," he said.
Lenze and Wetherell now are
collaborating on a new study testing
whether an intervention that's similar
to meditation, called mindfulness-
based stress reduction, can help
improve worry symptoms and cogni-
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Turning yoga's image on its head


Sitting on the ground with her
legs straight out in front of her, yoga
instructor Annie Carlin demonstrated
her problem with seated forward
bend. It's not an issue of flexibility -
Carlin has the bend part down pat.
It's that the size of her thighs makes it
physically impossible to keep her feet
So she prefers to keep them hip-
distance apart, as she explained to the
students enrolled in her four-week
Yoga for Larger Bodies workshop
series at Washington's Golden Heart
"The other thing we can do is move
our butt flesh out of the way," she
added, noting with a grin that "yoga
teaching is the only time I get to say
'butt flesh."'
Other teachers can say it, but most
of them don't actually have much of
it. And that's what can prevent people
who look like Carlin and her students
from feeling as if they belong in a
yoga class even though they derive
the same benefits from stretching,
strengthening and breathing deeply
as everyone else.
"I stand out no matter what I do,"
said Carlin, 31, who admits that
even she's wary whenever she walks

into a new studio. But with certain
modifications and props, Carlin can
be comfortable in any class, and that's
her goal for her students, too.
Every person brings something
different to the yoga mat, Carlin said,
and it's not always visible. In her case,
it's a decade of practice that started
when she fell for yoga while studying
at NewYork University. Over time, she
experienced changes in her career -
which brought her to Washington in
2007 as well as her body.
"I've lost 100 pounds and gained it
back," the Takoma Park, Md., resident
said. "For a really long time, I was
angry. All these moves, I couldn't do
them anymore."
But Carlin still adored yoga, and
in 2010, she went ahead with her
plan to take teacher training, despite
being the only "larger person" in the
program. Beyond lessons on prenatal
yoga that required her fellow trainees
to strap big pillows to their bellies,
most had no firsthand experience
working with different bodies.
To a certain degree, that doesn't
matter, Carlin said. None of her teach-
ers have been anything other than
skinny, and they've all been able to
help her grow in her practice. Even
when two people physically resemble
each other, she said, they're not likely
to have the same amount of strength,

tightness or flexibility.
As Carlin tells her students: "The
idea that my body will do poses the
same way as one of you is ludicrous."
But what Carlin understands better
than most instructors is that being
larger doesn't mean weaker. It just
means there's more to lift.
"Plank pose is basically bench-
pressing your body weight. That's just
physics," she said. "So it's not that I
can't do plank pose, but I just don't
hold it as long."
For similar reasons, in her Yoga for
Larger Bodies series, Carlin is focus-
ing on alternatives to downward-
facing dog. Resting on your hands and
feet in an inverted-V shape is gener-
ally considered a soothing stretch in
yoga. But putting excess pressure on
the wrist joints doesn't feel so nice.
"If a teacher has you hold it for
10 minutes, there's always another
option," said Carlin, who offered wall
dog, which involves hinging from the
hips and placing your hands on the
wall instead of the floor. A more dis-
creet choice is puppy, which is similar
to downward-facing dog except your
knees rest on the mat.
That move also works as a replace-
ment for child's pose, another popular
yoga position that's not as comfort-
able in bigger bodies. When Carlin
brought up this subject in the first

session of the workshop, 30-year-old
Emily Goodstein led the group in a
round of applause.
"You don't want to be the only per-
son who said, 'I don't like child's pose,'
or the only person using props,"
explained Goodstein, who researches
extensively to find "body-affirming"
yoga environments. It's tougher than
it should be to find classes that don't
feel competitive and instructors who
don't use weight-loss-focused lan-
guage, she added.
And it's even more of a challenge
to find a class that fits her criteria
that's actually challenging. "I'm not
new to yoga. I know what I'm doing,"
Goodstein said.
Carlin plans to build each week
through the series so students really
get the chance to see what their bod-
ies can do.
"I feel like I haven't moved in two
years. So I like a class that can ease
me back into it," said Michelle Weiner,
31, who was attending the workshop
after a lengthy hiatus from yoga.
Armed with her techniques and
advice, Carlin hopes the women she's
teaching show up at every yoga studio
in the area, and end up teaching them
a thing or two.
"The more we're out there," Carlin
said, "the more people will learn I'm
not a unicorn."

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There are a lot of factors to con-
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is in the 1/3-pound range (about 6 to
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Served with a bun, it can pack as
much as 620 calories and 9 grams of
saturated fat (that's nearly half your
daily limit) ... before toppings. A slice
of cheese adds another 110 calories
and 6 grams of saturated fat. On the
positive side, burgers deliver iron and



zinc. The USDA-approved serving
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you 11 percent of your daily value
of iron and 32 percent of your daily
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You can make your burger with
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200 calories and 5 grams of saturated
If you're eating out and not form-
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a typical-size burger in half and load
it with healthy toppings: lettuce and
tomato or some grilled vegetables to
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the total calorie count for burger and
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Hot dogs and hot dog buns are typi-
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There are some downsides to hot
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Wounded veterans turn to yoga


Army 1st Sgt. Chris Montera, who
lost both legs above the knee and
suffered third-degree burns over 60
percent of his body in a mortar attack
in Afghanistan, is doing a headstand,
guided by yoga instructor Sunny
"It takes a lot of pressure off my
back and spine," said Montera, 33,
who was on his fourth combat tour
when he was hurt. "It helps with the
Marine Sgt. James Bernard, 25, who
returned from combat in Helmand
province in Afghanistan with a severe
case of post-traumatic stress disorder,
is going through a series of stretch-
ing, relaxing and breathing exercises
nearby, under the gentle guidance of
yoga instructor Barbara Lyon.
Bernard's wife, Keely, 25, said yoga
is helping her husband regain the
composure and self-confidence that
he had before he went to war. She
accompanies him to yoga classes at
Naval Medical Center San Diego.
"He seems more aware now of who
he is," she said.
To help military personnel over-
come the physical and emotional
wounds from the wars in Iraq and
Afghanistan, hospitals run by the mili-
tary and the Department of Veterans
Affairs are increasingly turning to the
ancient Hindu practice of yoga and
other alternative therapies, including
tai chi, transcendental meditation
and Reiki.
Although not a cure-all, such
therapies can be helpful when used in
conjunction with Western methods of
counseling, medication, and physical
and occupational therapy, according
to military officials.
Preliminary military studies have
found that the calming effect of yoga
can assist PTSD patients in dealing
with the hypervigilance, flashbacks,
depression and anxiety common
to the condition. For veterans with
traumatic amputations, yoga can
help strengthen muscles and increase
flexibility, the studies suggest.
"There's a natural resonance among
our warriors with things with an
Eastern ethos, with things that the
samurai might have used," said Navy
Capt. Robert Koffman, a physician
and combat-stress expert at the
Walter Reed National Military Medical
Center in Bethesda, Md.
"Yoga is something that our war-
riors will actively engage in: It's a
challenge and it has readily evident
results," Koffman said, particularly
when patients adopt it as part of their
As soon as Bernard leaves active
duty and moves with his wife and
their 3-year-old daughter to Mesa,
Ariz., he plans to find a yoga instruc-
tor, either through the VA or a private
"Yoga's been helping people for
thousands of years. Now it's helping
me," he said.
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increase flexibility and improve physical strength.

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The food journal: A little tech could make it stick


You already know you should keep a
food journal if you want to lose weight,
So why don't you do it?
One weight-loss expert thinks he
knows the answer.
"It's just not sexy enough," said J.
Graham Thomas, a research professor
at the Brown Alpert Medical School
who helps oversee the National Weight
Control Registry, the nation's longest-
running weight-loss research study. "It
can feel like homework."
The registry studies thousands of
Americans who have maintained
weight loss for at least one year and
looks for common denominators that
can help the public. And that's where
food journaling comes in.
"It's extremely effective," Thomas
said. "One of the best ways to predict
how much weight someone is going
to lose is how well they adhere to the
self-monitoring protocol."
That's good news for people who
aren't thrilled about dieting or going
to the gym. Just carefully logging your
food intake is enough to build up the
kind of awareness that will help you
bypass those M&Ms in the office candy
"People are shocked by what has a
lot of calories, what has a lot of fat and
carbohydrates," Thomas said. "They
just have no idea. They think they're
dieting. Once they have that aware-
ness, it's easier to say no."
Also good news: the seemingly end-
less array of free online food journals
and smartphone apps that keep track
of your favorite foods and recipes.
(In the old days, you needed pen and
paper, a calculator and a food calorie
guide. Talk about homework!) Many
apps can instantly upload a product's
nutritional information by scanning its
Choosing an online or mobile food
journal is mainly a matter of personal
preference. Here, we highlight three
free services that we like. (Many offer
premium memberships, but you get
all the basics with the free versions.)
Do not hesitate to try them all out to
find the one that suits you. After all,
the best food journal for you is the one
you will actually use.

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Why we're fans: One of My Fitness
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foods. The website claims more than
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ability to connect to a variety of fitness
trackers, such as the Fitbit. That allows
you to easily calculate calories burned,
steps taken, etc., and how that offsets
calories consumed. (Remember,
though, to take calories burned with a
grain of, um, salt. Many such calcula-
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It also includes an impressive
database of exercises and calories
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Tips for keeping a journal
Ditch the judgment: Awareness
alone will help you clean up your eat-
ing habits. Use that to your advantage.
Commit to writing it all down, without
beating yourself up over the results.
Write it before you eat it: Calculating
the caloric damage of a fistful of
M&Ms before you toss them back
might be all you need to keep you
walking past the office candy jar.
OK, then log it immediately after
you eat it: If you wait until the end of
the day, you might conveniently forget
that 3 p.m. vending machine run.
Invest in plastic: Doing your best to
weigh and measure your food will help
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out your favorite foods (and pack
meals and snacks) so you're not always
hunting for a clean set of measuring
Commit to just 90 days: In three
months, you'll be a calorie-counting
Embrace routine: Calculate the
calories on a handful of healthful
breakfast, lunch and snack recipes that
you enjoy. Then stick to them. It will
make food journaling much easier and
give you room to splurge.
Come up with a reward system:
Sounds silly, but what about gold
stars on every day you faithfully keep
your journal? And maybe a movie or
a manicure for every 10 stars? And a
massage or a round of golf for every
Investigate before dining out: Many
restaurants put their menus online
and include calorie counts that can
easily transfer to your food journal.
Use that information strategically:
When your buddies are all standing
around wondering where to go for
grub, you can suggest the place that
suits your needs.
Don't sweat the unknown: If you
end up being wined and dined at an
exotic restaurant and find yourself
puzzling over how best to calculate
those unfamiliar ingredients and
dishes, don't panic. And, whatever you
do, don't ditch the journal just because
it's not 100 percent perfect. Just do
your best.
Remember the 80/20 rule: If you
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Exercising to lose weight


Most experts would agree that
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overeating, is responsible for obe-
sity more frequently than any other
single factor. Although its principal
role in weight control is to increase
ones daily caloric expenditure,
exercise also provides the following
*It curbs the appetite and is an
effective weapon in the struggle to
lose weight.
*It decreases the risk of heart
disease, hypertension, diabetes and
other complications that are associ-
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*It provides an excellent opportu-
nity for people who are overweight to
come together and offer each other
the kind of support that each one so
desperately needs.
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anxiety and depression, and a more
positive outlook on life.
Exercise also promotes fat loss
while conserving and building lean
body tissue (muscle mass). When
diet alone is used to lose weight,
muscle tissue, along with fat, is lost
from the body. Including exercise as
part of the weight reduction program
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"The Old Man's Guide to Health &
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These days, tips abound in
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about how to look and feel younger.
But the rerelease of a 250-year-old
treatise, "The Old Man's Guide to
Health & Longer Life," shows that in-
terest in healthy aging is not exactly
new. First published in the mid-18th
century, the book offers advice to
a population its author, physician
John Hill, described as "the ancient."
(Never mind that at the time the
majority of people didn't live to see
their 40th birthday, according to the
Today much of its wisdom may
seem humorous. "Carrots are to be
avoided, for no old stomach can
digest them," Hill writes. Salads,
heavy cheeses and butter as well as
raw pears and cucumbers are also
suspect. "The pine-apple, the most
pleasant of all fruit, is the most
dangerous," the book goes on to say.
"Its sharpness flays the mouth."
The "old man" is also advised to

rise early but not go outside until
"the dews are dispersed" by the sun,
to lunch on a fresh egg yolk beaten in
a glass of white wine, and to "avoid a
foolish fondness for women."
Amid discussions of fluxes and
humours, there are tidbits of still
sage advice: controlling one's temper,
taking warm baths before bed, going
for walks and staving off disease
through diet and lifestyle rather than
"The doctors will not thank me for
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You can avoid dangerous drug interactions

Every day, you may go through
a ritual, swallowing one or more
drugs to lower your blood pressure,
strengthen your bones, prevent a
heart attack or stroke, relieve pain
or slow the progression of other
health conditions. Many older adults
take five or more different prescrip-
tion drugs a day.
Drugs are intended to treat medical
conditions and help you feel better,
but they can also have side effects
and interactions. An estimated
100,000 Americans ages 65 and older
are hospitalized each year for adverse
drug reactions, according to a 2011
study in The New England Journal of
Medicine (NEJM).
A more recent study in PLoS One
found that about one out of every
five drugs prescribed to seniors is
inappropriate it's prescribed even
though it is likely to cause side ef-
fects and another drug is potentially
just as effective or more effective.
"So it's important for people to be
aware," said Dr. Suzanne Salamon,
an instructor in medicine at Harvard
Medical School and associate chief
for clinical geriatrics at Beth Israel
Deaconess Medical Center, Boston.
Any drug can have side effects
or interact with other medications
you're taking even over-the-
counter drugs and supplements.
For example, aspirin and other
nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory
drugs (NSAIDs) can slow the rate at
which your body removes immune-
suppressing drugs like cyclosporine
and heart medicines such as digoxin.
Mixing vitamin E with warfarin
can cause excess bleeding. The risk
of interactions is compounded when
you go to several specialists, and
each one prescribes a different drug
(or drugs), without knowing what
else you're taking.
In addition, as we age, our bodies
metabolize medications at a slower
"The drug hangs around in your
body longer. It accumulates in your
body," Salamon explained. So the
effects from your first pill can stay
with you even after you've taken the
next dose.
Several drugs require particular
care when used in older adults. In
the NEJMstudy, these were the drugs
most likely to cause hospitalization:
1. Digoxin, a drug used to treat


heart failure.
2. Blood sugar-lowering drugs and
insulin for diabetes.
3. Opioid pain relievers.
4. Warfarin (Coumadin), a blood
How can you avoid drug interac-
tions and side effects when you're
taking so many different pills?
First, make sure your doctor knows
exactly what you're taking, Salamon
said. "My advice is to put your pills
in a bag and bring them into the
doctor's office," she noted. Let your
primary care provider review all the
drugs you're taking, including over-
the-counter medicines, supplements
and medicines that were prescribed
by other doctors.
Your doctor might find that some
of the drugs you've been taking for
years are potentially harmful, could
interact with one another, or are
entirely unnecessary.
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2. Ask how this new drug might
interact with your other prescription
drugs, over-the-counter medicines,
supplements and foods.
3. Have your doctor write down the
directions for any new or updated
prescriptions. Keep those instruc-
tions at home as a reference.
4. Ask your doctor to start you
on a new medication at the lowest
possible effective dose, to minimize
the potential for side effects. If the
drug doesn't work, your doctor can
slowly increase the dose.
5. Keep a list of your medicines and
doses with you. Make a new list each

time a medicine is started or stopped
or the dose changes.
6. Make sure you know how and
when to take your pills. Should
you take them in the morning or at
night? Do you have to take them at
mealtimes or without food? Should
your medicines be taken together or
7. If you have a complicated
medicine regimen, ask your doctor to
help you simplify it.
8. To keep your medicines
organized, use a pillbox. Some
electronic pill dispensers will remind
you of when to take your pills.
9. Return to your doctor's office
periodically for medicine checks,
especially if you're taking drugs
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Study says long-banned chemicals found in pregnant mothers' blood

As a reminder of just how persistent
some toxic chemicals can be, a Johns
Hopkins-led research team reports
finding traces of long-banned DDT
and PCBs along with other con-
taminants in the blood of 50 pregnant
women checked from Baltimore and
its suburbs.
In a study posted online by the
Journal of Exposure Science and
Environmental Epidemiology, the
scientists say they detected more fre-
quent and vigorous fetal movements
in the wombs of mothers with higher
levels of contaminants.
While previous studies have looked
for impacts of such contaminants on
children's development after they're
born, this one differed in that it saw
effects in utero, explained the lead au-
thor, Janet DiPietro, a developmental
psychologist and associate dean for
research at the Bloomberg School of
Public Health. Her co-authors includ-
ed two other Hopkins researchers and
one from Emory University's Rollins
School of Public Health in Atlanta.
"To me, the fetus is the canary in

the coal mine," she said. "If you can
observe an effect on fetal behavior,
you know it's affecting the develop-
ing nervous system right at that
DiPietro cautioned, though, that
this study didn't look at whether
exposure to such low levels of con-
taminants actually harm the fetus.
A follow up with a larger number of
pregnant mothers is needed, she said,
which would track the development
of their children.
Meanwhile, DiPietro said she's
not advising pregnant women to get
tested for contaminants.
"There's nothing they can do about
it," she said. "They're not getting these
exposures by eating and drinking
certain things. These exposures are
just out there, and who knows? Some
of this may be passed on by their own
The blood samples involved in the
study were taken more than a decade
ago, from 1999 to 2001, but it's not
clear the results would be much dif-
ferent today. Indeed, DDT had been
banned for nearly three decades by
the time the blood was drawn, and
PCBs two decades.

One of the more surprising findings
of the study, DiPietro said, is that
higher traces of contaminants were
found in more affluent women than
in their poorer counterparts. That
would seem to conflict with other
research indicating that residents
of lower-income areas, often pre-
dominantly minority neighborhoods,
tend to be exposed to more pollu-
tion than denizens of more affluent
In this study, DiPietro explained, re-
searchers drew blood from volunteers
living around Johns Hopkins' inner-
city East Baltimore campus, but also
from women living in the suburbs.
She said she's not sure why there were
higher contaminant levels among
the better-off women sampled, but
she noted that a study in Spain got
similarly counterintuitive results.
One suggested explanation that
richer people tend to eat more fresh
fruits and vegetables, which may
carry more pesticide residues didn't
pan out, DiPietro said. Researchers
queried the women on what they ate,
and didn't find upper-income study
subjects eating that much healthier
than their lower income counterparts.

"The broader message is that the
downstream effects of these environ-
mental contaminants, even though
we get rid of them, once you get rid of
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Check 10 top websites for information on Alzheimer's disease


A diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease
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provides basic information about
options for paying for long-term
care, including health and disability
insurance, Medicare and Medicaid.
4. PBS (
theforgetting). "The Forgetting: A
Portrait of Alzheimer's" is a 90-min-
ute Emmy Award-winning documen-
tary that follows the stories of several
patients and their families. It also
weaves in the biology of the disease
and the attempts to find a cure. The
Web site provides links to other vid-
eos as well as information on coping
with a diagnosis and treatments.
5. Click on
a room in a virtual house, and you
will read about safety recommenda-
tions. Sponsored by Weill Cornell
Medical College, the site also lists
room-by-room solutions for dozens

of common problems, from forget-
ting to close a refrigerator door to
toileting issues. The site has reviewed
numerous products, such as fau-
cet devices that prevent scalding,
memory aids and automatic stovetop
fire extinguishers. (Read Technology
Helps Seniors Stay at Home to learn
more about such products.)
6. Lotsa Helping Hands (www.nfca. This ser-
vice offered by the National Family
Caregivers Association provides a
caregiving calendar for friends and
relatives. A coordinator sets up a
Web-based community of volunteers
who sign up for posted assignments,
from shopping to respite care.
7. Caregiving organizations.
Several groups provide special advice
to caregivers of individuals with
chronic conditions. Each group's
site offers information on different
aspects of caregiving, including find-
ing respite care and adult day care,
checking out health aides, family
strife and caregiver wellness.
You can find support groups and
chat rooms where you can share
your concerns and solutions with
other caregivers. Top groups in-
clude National Family Caregivers
Association (,
Family Caregiver Alliance (www., Family Caregiving
101 (www.familycaregivingl
and National Alliance for Caregiving
8. Fisher Center for Alzheimer's

Research Foundation (www.alzinfo.
org). This wide-ranging site provides
information on the latest research,
treatments and exercises to keep
mentally fit. Read blogs by caregiv-
ers, researchers and persons with the
The "Ask the Expert" feature
enables you to submit questions to
researchers. With its resource locator,
you can find nearby medical sup-
pliers, physical therapists, geriatric
physicians, elder law attorneys and
other resources.
9. The Hartford (www.thehartford.
The insurer provides information on
the impact of dementia on driving
safety. It offers tips on evaluating
one's driving skills, information on
safety technologies and pointers to
family members on how to persuade
those with impairments to stop
10. National Academy of Elder Law
Attorneys ( NAELA
is a nonprofit membership organiza-
tion for attorneys who specialize in
all aspects of elder law, including
estate planning and financial plan-
ning for Alzheimer's.
The site has a "Find an Attorney"
tool that can be used to locate elder
law lawyers in your area. Searches
can be refined to identify attorneys
with specializations such as special
needs trusts, long-term-care plan-
ning, or disability applications and

enhancingminds all across town. Genetic networks in brain reveal

g o77potential therapy for Alzheimer's

Most information about the cause
of Alzheimer's disease is based on
studies from animal models. A study
published in the journal Cell exam-
ines the brain tissue of deceased
human patients and sheds light on
dysfunctions in molecular networks
in the brain that are at the root of
Alzheimer's disease. By showing that
a certain gene plays a key role in
disrupting immune system pathways
in the brains of Alzheimer's patients,
the study reveals a potential thera-
peutic target for preventing brain
damage caused by this debilitating
"Our goal was to find genes that
lead the charge and direct many
other genes towards Alzheimer's
disease," said senior study author
Valur Emilsson of the Icelandic Heart
Association. "This findings presents
a comprehensive network-based
framework to test models of disease
mechanism and also offer novel
insights for drug discovery programs
that can affect neurodegenerative
Alzheimer's disease is an irre-
versible brain disease that slowly
destroys memory and thinking skills.
Symptoms usually appear after age
60, and as the population grows
older, the incidence of Alzheimer's
is expected to increase dramatically.
Yet very little is known about the
molecular causes of this complex
disease, in part because scientists
have relied on animal models that do
not replicate cognitive deficits and
brain damage in humans.
To gain new insights into the mo-
lecular underpinnings of Alzheimer's,
Emilsson and his team analyzed

1,647 brain tissue samples from
deceased individuals who either
had Alzheimer's or were healthy.
By measuring the activity levels of
thousands of genes in these tissues,
they determined which molecular
networks are disrupted in diseased
brains. Their computational analysis
revealed the important role of a gene
expressed in microglia immune
cells that clean up debris and destroy
pathogens in the brain. They found
that this gene TYROBP is over-
active in the diseased brain, and it
plays a key causal role in disrupting
the activity of many other genes that
control microglia activation.
"Our study shows that it makes
sense to study disease as it actu-
ally occurs in the brains of human
patients," Emilsson said. "We antici-
pate that our approach will enhance
the transferability of basic biological
discovery into meaningful medical


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Health department reminds parents

to get children's immunizations updated

With local schools scheduled to
resume on Aug. 19, Sarasota County
public health and school officials re-
mind parents to get their child's im-
munizations updated now. Parents of
children who will be entering schools
in Sarasota County for the first time
must provide the school office with
a completed Florida Certification of
Immunization (DH 680).
Available through your health
care provider or at the Florida
Department of Health in Sarasota
County (formerly known as
the Sarasota County Health
Department), with locations in
Sarasota and North Port, this is the
official record showing that your
school-age children have had all
the immunizations needed for their
grade level.
By the time a child starts school,
he/she should have already had a
number of required immunizations.
However, proof of updates, boosters
and series completion is required to
enter Sarasota County Schools for
the first time and to advance to some
grade levels.
"Let's all have a great start to the
school year. Compare your child's
immunization record with the im-
munization requirements and also
remember to get the influenza vac-
cine at the beginning of flu season,"
said Florida Department of Health
in Sarasota County (DOH-Sarasota)
School Health Supervisor Linda
Glover, a registered nurse.
Children entering seventh grade
in August must have proof they
received a tetanus/diphtheria/
pertussis booster (TDaP) within the
past five years. Parents also should
make sure their college-bound
teenagers have up-to-date required
and recommended vaccines, which
usually includes the meningococcal
vaccine. If your child needs updated
immunizations, get them done soon
to avoid a possible wait in early and
The registrar must be at the school
to process the DH 680 forms. While
some school staff members work
year-round, the majority of Sarasota
County School District school

For a complete shot schedule, visit the Sarasota
County School District's health website, www.
Parents with questions about immunizations
can visit

registrars will return to work on
Monday, July 29. According to school
officials, schools will be closed all
Friday through Aug. 9 and will
return to normal hours on Aug. 12.
"Bring your student's DH 680 form
to the school as soon as you can so
your child's first day of school will be
a positive experience," said Glover.
Students who do not have the
required immunizations will be sent
home from public schools on the
first day, Aug. 19. In addition, they
will not be able to ride the bus or
participate in sports, band or other
extracurricular activities until the
school has the DH 680 form show-
ing that they received the required
The DOH-Sarasota, through
the federally funded Vaccines for
Children (VFC) program, offers
immunizations to eligible children at
no cost. No appointment is needed.
A parent or legal guardian must be
present, and must bring prior shot
records. Immunizations for eligible
children are available at the following
locations and times:
William L. Little Health and
Human Services Center
Immunization Clinic
2200 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday: 8-11:30 a.m. and 1-4:30 p.m.;
Tuesday: 8-11 a.m. and 3-4:30 p.m.
North Port Health Center
6950 Outreach Way, North Port
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday: 7-11 a.m. and 1-5 p.m;
Tuesday: 7-11 a.m. and 2-5 p.m.
For more information, contact your
healthcare provider or the DOH-
Sarasota's Office of School Health at
941-927-9000, ext. 32101.

Single-site gallbladder surgery performed

at Charlotte Regional Medical Center

Charlotte Regional's first da Vinci
robotically assisted single-site
gallbladder removal was recently
performed by Dr. John Guarino.
Patients who choose Single-Site da
Vinci surgery experience virtually
scarless results. That's because the
surgeon operates through only one
small incision in the navel (belly
button). After a fast recovery, the scar
is almost impossible to see.
"DaVinci single-site has improved
visualization and safety and is less
cumbersome to use than traditional
laparoscopic technologies," said
Guarino. "Being able to do the
incision right through the umbilicus
means that the resulting scar is
barely noticeable and that's a posi-
tive for my patients."
Single-site da Vinci surgery offers
patients benefits including minimal
scarring and pain, low blood loss,
faster recovery and a shorter hospital
stay. This procedure is performed
using the daVinci Surgical System.

DaVinci is a state-of-the-art robotic
surgical platform that translates
the surgeon's hand movements into
smaller, more precise movements
of instruments inside the body.
The surgical system's vision system
provides the surgeon with 3D-HD
visualization allowing for enhanced
vision, precision, dexterity and
control. During the entire procedure,
the surgeon is 100 percent in control
of the da Vinci System.
Compared to manual single-port
(access) laparoscopy, daVinci sur-
geons have improved precision, con-
trol, better ergonomics and greater
access. These advantages allow the
surgeon to perform the most precise
and comprehensive single-incision
surgery available today.
Surgeons at Charlotte Regional
Medical Center use the da Vinci
Surgical System for a variety of
minimally invasive robotic surgical
procedures, including general and
gynecological surgery.

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Fawcett surgeon speaks at international conference

Dr. Allesandro Golino, Fawcett
Memorial Hospital's medical director
of cardiovascular services and area
medical director of cardiovascular
surgery, recently spoke at the Society
for Heart and Valve Disease's 7th
Annual Biennial Congress, held June
22-25 in Venice, Italy.
The objectives of the international

conference are to undertake, promote,
support and encourage research, and
the education of the public, in the
causes of heart valve disease. It's also
a focus on the prevention and treat-
ment of heart valve disease or any
related cardiac disease by top physi-
cians around the world.
"It is an honor to be asked to speak

at the Annual Biennial Congress and
we are fortunate to have a physi-
cian of his caliber leading Fawcett
Memorial's Cardiac Surgery program,"
said Tom Rice, CEO at Fawcett.
Golino, whose repair rate for mitral
valves is among the best in the nation,
currently about 96 percent, continues
to educate local physicians and the

public about the importance of earlier
intervention for heart valve disease.
Fawcett continues the development
of its new, state-of-the-art open heart
surgery program, scheduled to open
in August. The Port Charlotte-based
hospital has nationally accredited
chest pain, congestive heart failure
and stroke centers.

First aid & CPR classes held
FeverWise, Inc is pleased to an-
nounce the kickoff of our summer
educational and advocacy fund
raiser! Every Wednesday and Friday
through Aug. 2, American Heart
Association CPR classes will be held
throughout Charlotte County for $40
per person.
Classes are scheduled for:
July 3, 4-8 p.m.
July 5, 2-6 p.m.
July 19, 5-9 p.m.
They take place at the El Jobean
Community League, 14344 Jamison
Way, Port Charlotte.
Classes offered are heartsaver
adult, child & infant and basic life
support for healthcare providers.
First aid classes are currently being
scheduled and are $20 per person.
For more information or to register
for a class, visit
or contact Michelle Van Vranken at
All Classes are taught by an
American Heart Association Certified
Instructor. Successful completion
of CPR & First Aid classes include a
2-year AHA certification card.
FeverWise is nonprofit, nonparti-
san organization that helps people
improve the quality of their lives and
saves medical costs through informa-
tion, advocacy and service.

Millennium welcomes doctor
Dr. Kim Schurman, M.D., has
recently joined Millennium Physician
Group to establish her new practice
in Fort Myers and Cape Coral. She
in an internal medicine physician
with a special emphasis in preventive

Schurman was previously with
Internal Medicine Associates (IMA)
in Lee County. She completed her
undergraduate degree at Rollins
College in Winter Park, where she
graduated with honors.
Schurman attended medical
school at the American University
of the Caribbean in St. Maarten,
Netherlands Antilles, where she
received her master of science
and her medical degree. She com-
pleted her residency at Louisiana
State University in New Orleans,
Louisiana. Schurman is a member of
the Florida Medical Association and
the Lee County Medical Society.

Lee Memorial hires surgeons
Lee Memorial Health System has
announced that general surgeons
Drs. Bertrand Fonji and Barry N.
Haicken, have joined Lee Physician
Fonji's areas of expertise include
advanced minimally invasive sur-
geries, endocrine surgery-thyroid
and parathyroid, endoscopy and
colonoscopy, laparoscopic colorectal
surgery, and vagus nerve stimulator
implantations for the treatment of
seizure disorders.
Haicken's areas of expertise include
breast diseases and breast surgeries,
evaluation of breast lumps, endos-
copy and colonoscopy, laparoscopic
surgery including gallbladder re-
moval, and hernia repair with mesh.
Fonji earned his medical degree
from the State University of New
York Downstate Medical Center in
Brooklyn, N.Y., where he also com-
pleted a general surgery internship.
He completed a general surgery resi-
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Center in Orlando, Fla. As part of his
residency, Fonji received training in
oncological procedures at the M.D.
Anderson Cancer Center in Orlando.
Fonji is board certified in general
surgery by the American Board of
After earning his medical degree
from the University of Rochester
School of Medicine in Rochester,
N.Y., Haicken completed a general
surgery residency at Montefiore
Hospital of the Albert Einstein
College of Medicine in the Bronx,
N.Y. Haicken is board certified in
general surgery by the American
Board of Surgery and he is a Fellow of
the American College of Surgeons.
Their office is located at 1435
Southeast 8th Terrace, Suite B, Cape
Coral. For more information, call

Senior services offered
Senior Friendship Centers' dining
programs offer local residents, age 60
and older, nutritious lunches, healthy
aging activities, educational speakers
and a chance to meet new people.
The centers are open from 10 a.m.-
1 p.m. Monday-Friday. A donation of
$2 to $4 is appreciated to help cover
the cost of meals.
Dining sites in Charlotte County
include New Operation Cooper
Street, 650 Mary St., Punta Gorda,
941-373-5819; Rebecca Neal Owens
Center, 27420 Voyageur Drive, Harbor
Heights, 941-255-0723; 100 Rotonda
Lakes Circle, Rotonda West, 941-373-
5080); Christian City of Florida, 6433
Gasparilla Pines Blvd., Grove City,
941-373-5080; and 2295 Aaron St.,
Port Charlotte, 941-373-5027.
For menus or more information,
Home-delivered meals are also avail-
able by calling the Elder Helpline at

Vision & hearing assistance
Lions Foundation offers hearing
and vision help. The Punta Gorda
Lions Foundation offers eyeglasses
and surgeries to help prevent blind-
ness in individuals with vision

The foundation also offers hearing
aids and examinations for those who
are hard of hearing. These services
are offered to those who otherwise
would not be able to get help.
Volunteers coordinate requests
from those in need with action
through the board of directors fund-
ing actions and medical profession-
als who participate.
In Punta Gorda, contact Ringelstein
at 941-637-9979. In Port Charlotte,
contact Teri Parson at 941-624-5705.
In North Port, contact North Port
Penny Gregrich at 941-740-2860. In
Englewood, contact Jeri Zomes at

Road to Recovery program
Lack of transportation is one of the
biggest challenges many cancer pa-
tients face, and the American Cancer
Society needs more volunteers will-
ing to help patients get to treatment.
Many patients need daily or weekly
cancer care, and some patients don't
have a car or are too sick to drive.
That's where American Cancer
Society volunteers come in. Our Road
to Recovery program connects vol-
unteer drivers with patients in need
of a ride to treatment. Volunteers
need to have a valid driver's license,
safe and reliable vehicle and proof of
adequate automobile insurance. Call

Hope PACE volunteers
Hope PACE (Program of All-
inclusive Care for the Elderly)
volunteers assist clients in daily
social activities in a friendly, safe
environment. Activities include arts
and crafts, games, conversation and
assistance with lunch service.
The center is at 3280 Tamiami Trail,
Unit 46, Port Charlotte. Volunteers
are needed on Mondays, Wednesdays
or Friday from 9:30 a.m.-2:20 p.m.
Requirements: volunteer orientation
class; TB screening; background
check. No experience required. For
more information call 239-489-9181
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Now we can do so much more for cardiac patients.
By joining forces with Dr. Christiano Caldeira and his FACT
Surgery team of experts, we are able to give local patients new
options for complex treatment, right here at home. The addition
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Throw a

Fourth of

July party

with spark
Americans could shop for hours and
never suggest a more festive, patriotic
touch to their home than the simple
American flag.
So, whether you're spending the Fourth
of July with close friends and family or
planning a big backyard bash, don't forget
to put Old Glory on display.
In addition to the staple, take a few tips
from the experts and check out some of
the festive finds we've uncovered to add a
bit of sparkle to the holiday.
"July 4th is a wonderful occasion to cel-
ebrate the summer season with family and
friends;' said Ressa Tomkiewicz, spokes-
woman for Party City. "The warm weather,
patriotic pride and long holiday weekend
encourage people to get outdoors and
throw fabulous parties."
And social media and websites like
Pinterest have elevated the typical back-
yard BBQ by inspiring hosts, she said.
Here are a few inexpensive DIY tricks
from Tomkiewicz:
Knot flag bandanas together to create
a spirited banner and hang it above the
food table.
Create a "fireworks"display inside by
hanging paper fans, garland and other
festive d6cor from the ceiling.
Serve rock candy in red, white and blue
in centerpieces and poke in a few plastic
The key to a great party is making sure
your guests are comfortable. Start that by
making any outdoor furniture festive, said
Ralph Snyder, home design director for
Kohl's department stores.
"This 4th of July, create an outdoor
space perfect for celebration with family
and friends," he said. "Decorate for the
season by layering in red, white and blue.
Accessorize outdoor furniture with pat-
terned pillows and red and white lanterns."


Kohl's'( T-Light Lantern,
$19.99, in red and blue will set the mood
for evening festivities, and keep your
guests cozy with blue and white outdoor
Openwork pillows, $49.99 for two.
But don't worry, the pillows you've tossed
on your Adirondack chairs are good for
inside as well. We fell in love with Pottery
Barn's sturdy pillows in solid shades of red,
white and blue, or various combinations of
the classic colors.Their prices ranged from
$20 to $38.99 on sale (www.potterybarn.
com), depending on the size and shape
of the pillow. Or, bring home the message
that Americans are, above all, charitable
with Target's "Feed Love With Love" pillow
($25, The words are
printed in red and blue against white fabric.

Can you go overboard with patriotic decor? Not
a chance. This American flag bunting from Party
City is available in 36- or 48-inch widths.
Can you go overboard with patriotic
decor? Not a chance. This is the time
to have fun with your table settings.

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Five ways baby boomers can stay active


While it's difficult to encapsulate the moods of tens
of millions of people born between 1946 and 1964,
one thing has often been said about boomers they
share a determination to stay forever young.
Next to improving diet and shunning tobacco,
nothing a person does increases life expectancy more
than exercising, according to the National Institute
on Aging. As such, many boomers are busy with their
quest for immortality on the bike paths and exercise
mats of America.
While exercise is great for body and mind, it doesn't
come without risk. And an injury can derail a routine
Here are five ways boomers can ensure they're


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Family camping tips
The quintessential outdoor trip for every family is
the camping trip. Whether you're a seasoned camper
or a total newbie, you're going to want to take a tip
or two from me, because camping with kids can be
complicated, but it's definitely worth it.
BE KID FRIENDLY: Plan ahead and research your
destination prior to going. If you're camping with a
small child, you likely don't want to camp in a destina-
tion near cliffs, cacti or poison ivy. Additionally, you're
going to want to have games, toys and activities
that you brought along just for your child. Overall,
make the trip child-friendly. If you have to drive a
far distance to make it to the camping location, you
probably want to stop by any kid-friendly roadside
attraction or activity you can all enjoy along the way.


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One of the biggest areas of collect-
ibles is glassware. Just a few of the
categories are brilliant cut glass,
cranberry glass, milk glass, depression
glass and carnival glass. This article gives
you a brief introduction to each of these
five types of glass.
Brilliant cut glass pieces are prized
by collectors. After the Centennial
Exposition in 1876, American cut glass
became popular and was sought after
by people who could afford a little
extravagance. The more intricate the
design, the more the price usually goes
up. If the piece is marked or signed, the
value climbs even further. An inexpensive
look-alike is called pressed glass, and you
need to know how to tell the difference
from cut glass. As always you should read
about any collectible area that inter-
ests you. A good guide is "Identifying

American Brilliant Cut Glass;" by Boggess.
Another category is a delicate
pink glass known as cranberry glass.
Cranberry glass is made by adding gold
to molten glass. The result is a beautiful
pink to purplish colored bowl or dish
made mostly as a table display for candy,
fruit or flowers. It was also frequently
used for wine glasses, decanters, and
other tableware used for entertaining.
Some of the most rare and expensive
items are lamps, vases and decanters.
Milk glass, an opaque, translucent
white glass, was very popular from
1895-1910 and then it had a renewed
interest in the 1940s and '50s. Most of
the milk glass found today was made by
Westmoreland Glass and Fenton Glass.
Westmoreland made a paneled grape
pattern and a beaded grape. You can also
find old roses and bows patterns.

From the late 1920s through the early
1940s an inexpensive, but pretty line
known as Depression Glass was popular.
It was produced in a variety of colors
such as pink, cobalt blue and green. It
was also made in amber, iridescent and
opaque white. Some of the most popular
patterns are Cameo, Mayfair, American
Sweetheart, Princess and Royal Lace. A
good resource is the National Depression
Glass Association in Wellington, Kan.
Another line of the same era as depres-
sion glass is called carnival glass which
is made with a pattern and always with
a shiny, metallic, iridescent shimmer. Its
name comes from the fact that it was
sometimes given as prizes at carnivals
and fairs The basic items produced
include bowls, plates, vases, pitchers and
drinking glasses.
One particularly fine line of glass was

produced by Heisey in Newark, Ohio.
Heisey items include ashtrays, baskets,
bowls, plates, butter dishes, candlesticks,
sugar and creamers sets, pitchers and
vases. Heisey artwork includes etching,
glass cutting and a process called silver
deposit where a silver design is laid on
glass. Most Heisey is marked with an "H"
in a diamond, but some pieces are not
marked and a collector needs to learn
how to spot these which can often be
bought at bargain prices. The National
Heisey Museum is located in Newark,

Herb Fayer has been collecting for over 30 years and
knows his stuff. Please feel free to email him with
questions or comments at

New release from Joe

Here is the latest
upcoming major
The only one on the list
this week is a new release
by Joe called Doubleback:
Evolution of R&B.
Joe was born on July 5,
1973, as Joe Lewis Thomas
in Columbus, Ga. (Let me
wish Joe a Happy 40th
birthday later this week.)
Joe got his start in gospel
music since both his
parents were preachers.
His interest in contempo-
rary soul artists grew. He
idolized soul greats like
Stevie Wonder and Marvin
Gaye. His debut album hit

in 1993 and since then,
Joe has been quite busy.
He has had 10 albums
in 20 years. He has been
nominated for a Grammy
award seven times. His
style is old-school soul
music featuring sultry
vocals with hip hop beats.
His new release finds Joe
playing every instrument
on the CD and features a
duet with Fantasia from
"American Idol"fame.
I believe since this
week's release date is
so close to the July 4th
holiday, most record
companies are holding
them back. The only other


release on the schedule is
from John Scofield.
To celebrate the
holiday, I'll be in the
nation's capitol, leading
a group of 33 Boy Scouts
in Troop 37 exploring the
Washington, D.C., area for
12 days.
Keep rockin, folks!

Tom Koontz is the owner of TJ's
CDS & More at 3275-A Tamiami
Trail in Port Charlotte. He loves
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Remember, everything
changes once you have
children, and you're going to
need to modify the way you
used to camp, too.
Kids love adventure (as do
most dads!). An adventure
can be as small as collect-
ing pinecones, drawing a
picture in the sand, building
something out of rocks and
sticks, going for a hike, etc.
Have fun as you go, and
treasure the moments of
adventure and exploration
with your child. Being out-
doors and playing in the dirt
can be both wholesome and
educational. Give your child
time to do their thing -
learning about trees, plants,
flowers and all of nature's
beauty along the way.
line: you're going to want to
be prepared for anything,
and everything. Bring extra
diapers, extra clothes, plenty
of warm items and comfort


staying safe and having
fun with exercise:
Know your limitations:
Don't increase the inten-
sity of physical activity
too quickly, especially if
you have existing cardio-
vascular, joint or muscle
problems that could be
aggravated as a result.
Work with a licensed
trainer at first, who can
assess your strength,
flexibility, balance and
endurance, and create a
custom workout program

items, too. Have books and
soothing toys squirreled
away in case your child
has a hard time and needs
some comfort from home.
I suggest going all out and
loading your car full of ev-
erything you could possibly
need. If you do that, chances
are you'll be prepared for
every event.
in the backyard a few times
before actually heading out
on a"real"camping trip. I
also think it's important to
begin your first"real"camp-
ing trip in a campground, so
you'll have some amenities
and you'll likely be close to
a town should something
go wrong fingers crossed
they won't. You can build
up to a larger multiple night
campout in a more secluded
location after you develop
your child's camping skills
in the yard and at a camp-
ground. Trust me when I
say learning to camp is an
art, and you don't want to
rush it.
every opportunity you get
to teach your child about

Try something new:
New activities can keep
you motivated and help
you avoid over-working
particular joints and
muscles. Consider
something totally differ-
ent, such as pickleball,
a fast-paced court sport
combining elements of
tennis, badminton and
table tennis.
Take control: Whether
gardening, golfing or
dancing, it's inevitable
that physical activity will
create occasional muscle
pain, stiffness, swelling
and bruising. Pain can
be immobilizing and
depressing, so managing
it is important.
"Avoid medications
that mask pain com-
ing from strained or
damaged tissues," says
Jyl Steinback, author
of"Superfoods: Cook
Your Way to Health;'"
and executive direc-
tor of
"Instead, consider a
homeopathic medicine,
such as Arnicare Gel,
that works naturally with
the body to help it heal
and won't interfere with
other medications you're
taking. I bring it with me
whenever I exercise."
Unscented and non-
greasy, the gel is quickly
absorbed by the skin.
More information about
natural muscle pain
treatment can be found at

something. While camping,
you might be able to teach
your child how to fish, how
to tie special knots, how to
set up a tent, how to name
a species of bird, etc. The
things you teach your child
while camping are sure
to stick with them as they
reflect on the memories in
their later years.
DON'T PUSH IT: Camping
just isn't for everyone, and
I totally get that. So my last
tip is not to push it too hard.
If your child isn't enjoying
camping, don't force them
to go. Give it a year and try
again. Build a special fort
in the living room instead
and have a family movie
night and a slumber party.
Everybody is different, and
we certainly need to respect
that and appreciate each
person's individuality.
Enjoy every moment
and treasure the entire
journey, because, let's face it,
sometimes the journey can
be the greatest adventure,
and your kids may even
remember the journey bet-
ter than they'll remember
the destination.

Spice rack resources:
Turmeric, ginger and
cayenne pepper all have
anti-inflammatory proper-
ties, as well as many other
health benefits. Stick
to your good-for-you,
energy-boosting diet by
giving your bland foods
a low-calorie kick with
spices, roots and herbs.
Boost your metabolism:
As we age, our metabo-
lism slows down. Avoid
compounding this with
stress or fatty, heavy
meals. To maintain a
healthy weight and avoid
insulin spikes or hypogly-
cemia, try eating small,
balanced meals six times a
day, rather than three big
ones. Eating at the same
time each day in a relaxed
and convivial atmosphere
speeds up digestion and
makes energy more read-
ily available.
Recharge at night:
You'll need your shut-eye
with your new active
lifestyle. Luckily, exercise
can contribute to longer,
deeper sleep, helping
replenish and rebuild
every cell in the body.
This goes beyond beauty
sleep. Great sleep can aid
Don't let potential aches
and pains stop you from
exercising regularly. The
sooner you start moving,
the better you'll look and
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When firefighting and food come together

What is the desire
to be a firefighter?
Generation after
generation people from
all walks of life swarm to
the profession. For what?
Is it the pay, the glory, or
maybe the cool factor of
the job?
There are much cooler
jobs, like being a Navy
SEAL, a U.S. Marine, a dive
instructor or dive master.
How about a pilot or a
race car driver?
A lot of career firefight-
ers work second jobs
or own businesses, not
because of the time off in
their work schedule, it's
because they need the
money. Volunteers do just
that. Volunteer, and that
means no money.
We swarm to this profes-
sion because of a little
word that starts with a D
called desire. The desire
to serve our communities,
the desire to help others
and make a difference,
the desire to stand out
and step up when others
are standing down and
stepping out.
Isn't that called passion?
How does one acquire
passion? Passion is not
acquired, it's an emotion
of true desire and deter-
mination that many have

1 Rotisserie chicken from the
grocery store, de-boned and
2 stalks celery, chopped (Optional.
I did this originally, but was always
the first complaint since people don't
always like celery.)
18-ounce container ricotta
Crumbled blue cheese
16-ounce pack shredded
three-cheese mix
2 jars Italian tomato sauce or
pasta sauce (Choose your favorite.
Mine has become Pastorelli Conti-
nental Chef Marinara Sauce, which is
available at restaurant supply stores.)
1 large 18-ounce box no-boil
lasagna noodles (Barilla is amazing!)
3 tablespoons Emeril's Essence
or 3 tablespoons Albukirky Green
Chile Rub
3 tablespoons Albukirky BBQ Rub

been blessed with. It's an
uncontrollable need to
do for others and make
a difference, to go that
extra mile. For many, its
just knowing that they
can face the fear, and be
strong in someone else's
moment of weakness.
Passion is something that
comes with the job, but it
all starts with desire.
As for chefs, they tend to

Buffalo Sauce
'2 tablespoon labasco
1/2 tablespoon paprika
12 tablespoon cayenne pepper
112 tablespoon brown sugar
112 sticks butter, softened
1/ tablespoon vinegar salt
Preheat the oven to 400
degrees. Make the Buffalo sauce.
(If you have a favorite Buffalo
sauce from the grocer or restaurant
that you want to the marinara
sauce, you can skip this step.
Otherwise, this is how I make it
from scratch: In a large mixing
bowl, combine the Tabasco,
paprika, cayenne, brown sugar and
vinegar with the melted butter.
Stir to combine and salt to taste.
Set aside while prepping the rest
of the ingredients.
Make the cheese filling: In a
large mixing bowl, combine the
ricotta and blue cheese crumbles.
Stir in about 3 tablespoons Emeril's
Essence (or the Albukirky Spices)
or just enough to change the color

swarm to an outstanding,
ever-growing profession,
that boasts prestigious
culinary schools and
academies. These indi-
viduals, generation after
generation, have a desire
to make the most flavorful
dishes your taste buds
have ever had the privi-
lege of experiencing. This
becomes their passion.
When the two are

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Combine the Buffalo sauce with
the marinara sauce.
Build layers of the lasagna in a
large baking pan. Start with a thin
layer of sauce on the bottom of the
pan. Cover with a layer of no-boil
noodles right out of the box. Fill
the pan as best you can without
too much overlap. Spoon some of
the ricotta cheese mixture onto
the noodles and spread it out into
an even layer. Layer on the celery
(optional), then the shredded
chicken, another layer of sauce, and
finish with a covering of the three-
cheese mix. Continue with another
layer of noodles, ricotta cheese,
celery (optional), chicken and
three-cheese mix. Add as many
layers it takes to fill the pan, but
leave some room, as the no-boil
noodles will expand as they cook.
Bake the lasagna in the oven
for an hour at 400 degrees. After
it is cooked, let it set for 10-15

mixed you end up with
a firefighting culinary
master like Dewey David
Atkocaitis. Dewey is a
firefighter/para medic, and
part-time deputy fire chief.
This father of three lives
and works in the north-
west suburbs of Chicago,
near O'Hare Airport.
He's been cooking since
he was a child, and has
always loved to cook.

Networks going back

to roots for July Fourth


MTV, VH1 and CMT are
going back to their roots
on the Fourth of July.
The networks said
Wednesday they
will throw a "Music
Independence Day" party
that day, showing videos
and giving exposure to
artists at a time it can
be hard for them to
break through to a larger
Each of the networks
began their lives as
music video channels but
shifted to other, more
lucrative programming
through the years. Music
programming is lim-
ited now a wee hours
dance party on MTV, the
"Jump Start" morning
show on VH1, a weekend
Hot 20 on the country-
oriented CMT. Much of
their music content now
is concentrated online or
on digital channels like
VH1 Classic.
"This harkens back to
the core of these music
brands;' said Van Toffler,


Pottery Barn's American
Flag table runner ($69)
and flag napkins ($29.50
for four) are perfect for
the elegant party, but
keep in mind the holiday
does yield to some more
affordable deals.
Burgers and hot dogs
don't cost much, nor does
decor from Party City
( We're
partial to the Flag Pinwheel
Picks (99 cents for 20),
Red, White and Blue Rock
Candy Stick Act ($5.99), pa-
triotic folding stars ($9.99)
and the simple American
Summer Gingham Vinyl
Table Cover ($6.99).

Possibly the most
important element of a
party? Your outfit. Or, for
that matter, the outfit of
everyone in the house,
from baby to Dad.

head of the Viacom
MTV on July Fourth will
have hours devoted to
particular music genres,
highlighting artists like
Justin Timberlake, Bruno
Mars and Macklemore
& Ryan Lewis. VH1 will
show videos and perfor-
mances from the likes
of Alicia Keys, Pink and
Maroon 5, and telecast
a live concert that
night from Philadelphia
featuring the Roots
and John Mayer. CMT
will offer a "barbecue
playlist" of artists like the
Avett Brothers, Carrie
Underwood and Luke
The networks are also
offering emerging bands
a chance to set up their
own online pages on
the Artist Platform and
compete to have their
videos shown on TV. Even
if they don't make it on
the air, it's good exposure
and provides a gathering
place for fans, Toffler said.
If a bluegrass band
earns enough to buy a
new tour bus or a rap act

And nothing says
"American" more than
classic denim. This
summer, Target has
partnered with FEED
Projects to create a line
that includes home and
apparel all fittingly
festive. The FEED USA +
Target collection, which
benefits Americans
affected by hunger,
features plenty of classic
denim, including a
women's vest ($30) or
sleeveless top ($25); a
men's denim utility shirt
($25) or denim baseball
hat ($25); or denim-
colored infant bodysuits
emblazoned with the
word "FEED" ($20 for
three) for your baby.
Kohl's also offers an
adorable Jumping Beans
Stars & Stripes Sunsuit
($7.99) for infants. For
the older children, Kohl's
features T-shirts for boys
and girls sporting every-
thing from old-fashioned
tie-dyed peace signs to
patriotic puppies ($7.99).

This June 15, 2007, file photo, The Roots perform at the Bonn-
aroo music festival in Manchester, Tenn. MTV, VH1 and CMT are
going back to their roots on the Fourth of July. The networks
they will throw a "Music Independence Day" party that day,
showing videos and giving exposure to artists at a time it can
be hard for them to break through to a larger audience.

purchases new equip-
ment because of the
exposure, then Toffler
said he will consider it a
At a time it can be
confusing for fans to
seek out new music, the
special event emphasizes
the networks'ability to
curate material for fans,
he said.
"In part it is to remind
people what an immer-
sive experience we can
provide so people can
hear the music and the
artists and the stories

Let's face it: No matter
where you plan your par-
ty, chances are guests will
gather in the kitchen. Bed,
Bath & Beyond (www.
has sturdy, striped kitchen
towels in red, blue or
white. Grab one of each
to add a festive touch to
the kitchen ($3.99). Place
a set of four Kontiz Stars
N'Stripes coffee mugs

behind the artists," he
There's not much for
the networks to lose from
such an event. The first
week of July is tradition-
ally the lightest week of
the year for television
watching, primarily be-
cause so many people are
outside or doing other
things. The networks will
offer themselves up as
soundtracks for Fourth of
July parties.
"It is a celebration and
we hope we can do it
more often,"Toffler said.

near the coffee pot for
guests who might want
a caffeine boost during
the party. And the coolest
cooks in town will be
sporting Target's blue
and white striped apron,
printed with the word
"FEED"on the front ($16).
While you might be feed-
ing your guests, you're
also feeding hungry
mouths in America with
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Growing up, he remem-
bers his mom cooking at
home and his dad cooking
at the firehouse. "My Dad
would watch Julia Child,
Justin Wilson, the Frugal
Gourmet and Yan Can
Cook ... which just sparked
my passion to cook;' he
Knowing that he was
destined to be a firefighter
and paramedic, he never
lost that desire to cook or
that passion that was fu-
eled by his parents. Dewey
feels lucky enough to get
the best of both worlds "I
cook at work and get to
be a firefighter," he says.
"My dream is to one day
own a firehouse-style
restaurant and to serve
firehouse comfort food,
and to bring in guest fire-
house chefs from all over
the country to showcase
their talents and dishes."
Dewey's been lucky
to compete in the Regis


and Kelly Firehouse
Cookoff with his Buffalo
Chicken Lasagna. He
appeared in a Studio 88
Web-a-sode on the Web
show "Feeding the Fire,"
making the same dish
to rave reviews, and was
recently chosen to be
part of Sunny Anderson's
new show "Homemade in
America;' where they also
made his Buffalo Chicken
He started a firehouse
food blog at, and
his dreams include being
on an episode of Food
Channel's "Chopped"
Dewey has a desire to
be the best and a passion
not only for the fire service
but for cooking, and this
week he lets us share this
passion with his popular
Buffalo Chicken Lasagna.
And that's "Bringing the
Firehouse Home."

Firehouse Foodie, Frank E. Vaerewyck, is a graduate of Charlotte High
School who began his firefighting career in Punta Gorda. He is currently
with the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company 501 in Virginia. You can
contact him at frank.vaerewyck@

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Papa John's has a special online offer for a free
pizza. You can get a free pizza after just one online
Order $15 you must order by June 30 or
more at to get a free pizza on a
future order. After you qualify, you'll redeem 25
bonus points for a free large pizza with up to three
The summer bonus points must be used no later
than Sunday, July 7, or they will expire.
Get the deal and order online here: http://bit.

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Recipes for July Fourth

f/ freedom is nothing else
tbut a chance to be better."
I- Albert Camus
Happy Birthday on Thursday,
America. Unfortunately, the
Fourth of July falls on a Thursday
this year, but ... it's a day off!
Don't know if any of you have
ever been to the Steel Pier in
Atlantic City, N.J., but as a kid
of 12, I remember it well. After
my mom died, my older sister
decided we needed some time
off. So in July of 1953, we drove
up from Maryland to New Jersey
and spent two nights in an old
dumpy, wooden hotel right
on the boardwalk. It had sure
seen better days. But we had
a blast those two days. I still
have a black-and-white photo
of my little sister and me with
our faces poking out of holes
of a wooden board painted
with people wearing old-time
bathing suits. And I found out
the hard way that the Atlantic
Ocean had sinkholes!
Remember that our
Declaration of Independence
was signed in July 1776 by men
with bounties on their heads.
Ben Franklin, John Hancock and
the others would have been
hanged if caught ... what cour-
age that took!
Happy Fourth, and hope you
enjoy these July Fourth recipes.
Feel free to call me at 941-889-
7297, or email mkleiss@msn.

12 cup melted butter
1 8-ounce container sour cream
2 eggs
1 15-ounce can cream style
sweet corn
1 11-ounce can regular corn
1 11-ounce can Mexican style
1 8/2-ounce package corn
muffin mix
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Grease a 12-by-8-inch baking dish.
In a large bowl combine butter,
sour cream and eggs, mix until
well blended. Add the three cans
of corn and corn muffin mix. Stir
just until moistened. Pour into
baking dish. Bake 45-55 minutes
or until golden brown. Feeds
about 10.

8 bratwurst burger patties
8 rye burger buns
8 slices Swiss cheese
1 16-ounce jar sauerkraut,
drained, rinsed
12 cup Thousand Island dressing
Heat gas or charcoal grill. Place
patties on grill over medium heat
and cover. Cook 8-10 minutes,
turning once, until no longer pink
in center. Place buns, cut side
down, on grill. Top each bratwurst
patty with a slice of cheese and
cook about 1 minute or until
cheese is melted. Meanwhile,
microwave sauerkraut 1-2 minutes
until heated and stir in Thousand
Island Dressing. Top bottom of

each bun with patty and about
4 cup sauerkraut mixture. Cover
with top halves of buns. Feeds 8.

1 pound ground beef
1 8-ounce can chili with beans
1 tablespoon chopped green
6 hot dog buns, split and
Shape ground beef into 6 rolls
each about 5 inches long and
inch thick. Mix chili and green
chiles in a 1-quart saucepan. Cook
over medium heat until hot. Grill
ground beef rolls about 4 inches
from medium coals 3-5 minutes
on each side for medium, turning
once. Serve on toasted buns.
Spoon about 2 tablespoons chili
mix on each bun.

1 pound fresh pork sausage
links, cut into thirds
1 8-ounce can water chestnuts,
1 8-ounce can pineapple
chunks, drained
(Reserve 1 tablespoon
pineapple juice for glaze)
2 tablespoons honey
1 tablespoon reserved
pineapple juice
2 teaspoons soy sauce
1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
Salt and pepper to taste.
Prepare glaze and reserve.
Alternate sausage, water chestnuts

and pineapple on skew-
ers. Cover and grill kabobs
about 4 inches from i
medium hot coals 10 to
12 minutes, turning and
brushing with glaze once
until sausage is firm and golden.

% cup dark rum
1 tablespoon chili powder
1 tablespoon molasses
% teaspoon red pepper sauce
4 chicken drumsticks
4 chicken thighs
Mix all ingredients except
chicken pieces and pour over the
chicken. Cover and refrigerate
at least 1 hour. Remove chicken
and reserve marinade. Cover
and grill chicken 5-6 inches over
medium coals 15 to 20 minutes.
Turn chicken over. Cover and grill
20-40 minutes longer, turning
and brushing 2 or 3 times with
reserved marinade. Serve with
Ben's Cornbread Pudding.

Why not use the slow cooker
today as well as grilling? Saves
time and energy and this recipe
will serve 12.
2 pounds turkey breast
Seasoned salt and pepper to
1 medium chopped onion
1/ cup water
2 1%-ounce envelopes taco
seasoning mix


16 flour tortillas, 8-10 inches in
2 cups bite-size pieces of lettuce
2 cups (8 ounces) shredded
Cheddar or your favorite cheese
Place turkey in a 4-quart slow
cooker. Sprinkle with seasoned
salt and pepper. Add onion and
water. Cover and cook on low heat
setting 6-7 hours. Remove turkey
from the cooker and shred using
two forks. Measure liquid from
cooker; add enough water to mea-
sure 2 cups. Mix in dry taco mixes
and the 2 cups of liquid to the
slow cooker. Add the turkey. Cover
and cook for an additional hour on
low setting. To serve: spoon about
1A cup turkey onto the center of
each tortilla. Top with lettuce and
cheese. Roll up and eat!

1-2 bags long rod pretzels,
white chocolate, melted sprin-
kles (red, white and blue)
Lay pretzels on waxed paper
or stand up in a cup to dry.

Mary Kleiss welcomes calls, suggestions
and recipes for her column. Email her at, or call 941-889-7297.

Delicious, calorie-saving ingredient swaps

Eating healthier doesn't
have to involve a "taste pen-
alty,"says Missy Chase Lapine,
author of four cookbooks as
"The Sneaky Chef"in which
she"sneaks"vegetables into
kids'favorite foods to help
them eat healthier.
The healthy ingredient
substitutions make lighter
versions of favorite dishes
that are just as flavorful."It's
an effortless way to shave off
320 calories per day or more,"
she says. Each comes with a
nutrient boost you won't get
with the original ingredient.

What You'll Save: Calories
and fat. One cup of sour

cream has 492 calories and
48 g of fat. The yogurt has
just 130 calories and zero fat.
When to Use It: Any time.
It works for taco night, in
salad dressings, dips, mashed
potatoes, and when baking-
this swap works one-to-one
in each situation.
The Boost: Protein. One
cup of sour cream has 7.3 g
of the muscle-building nutri-
ent The yogurt has more than
triple that -23 g in a cup.
What You'll Save: 125
calories per ounce.
When to Use It: As a
spread on sandwiches, mixed
in to tuna or chicken salad,
or in dips.The avocado gives
any dish the creaminess of
the mayo, but with an added

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The Boost: Potassium.
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you against heart disease,
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What You'll Save: The fruit
purees have no fat, and you'll
also save calories. Both the
pumpkin and applesauce
are 50 calories for half a cup,
versus 810 calories for the
equivalent amount of butter.
When to Use It: Fruit
purees are often used as bak-
ing swaps to add sweetness
while keeping baked goods
The Boost: Fiber. Both
pumpkin and apple are
packed with the filling nutri-
ent, meaning you'll feel fuller
after fewer cookies.

What You'll Save: Salt.
But you won't give up the
flavor-brightening properties
it brings to your vegetables-
the vinegar will give them
the same kick.
When to Use It: When
sauteing, steaming or boiling
The Boost: Vinegar can
help your body absorb more
minerals especially calcium.

What You'll Save: You'll
preserve flavor, while also
adding more fiber to your
When to Use It: Whenever
you're baking.
The Boost: Again, fiber.
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just one ounce, compared
to less than 1 g for the same
amount of all-purpose flour.

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Xbox, Wii and PS3 can help get you into shape

Ever since the
Microsoft Xbox,
Nintendo Wii and Sony
PlayStation added
motion controls, couch
potatoes have had the
ability to transform
into fitness freaks.
Consumer Reports
recently evaluated five
of the most popular
fitness games to see
how much of a workout
they provide and how
much fun they offer. Its
findings include:
Nike+ Kinect
Training for Xbox 360
($40; ESRB rating:
Everyone): Best for a
serious workout. This
game is for people
who are determined
to get or stay in shape
and who take their
workouts seriously. It
evaluates your fitness
and athleticism and
creates a customized
training program based
on your fitness level.
Anyone who wants to
lose a few pounds or is
looking for an intense
home workout system
will appreciate this
game. The workouts
are extensive, chal-
lenging, engaging, fun
and well-paced. While
the game addresses
cardiovascular and
muscular endurance, it
doesn't do as well with
Zumba Fitness
Core for Wii and Xbox
360 ($40; ESRB rating:
Everyone 10+): Core is
a solid cardio workout.
This is a dance-based
game based on the
popular Zumba work-
out. It focuses mainly




on cardiovascular
fitness. The menu gives
you the option of
dancing to a single
song; choosing a preset
workout of short (about
20 minutes), mid (about
45 minutes) or full-
length (about one hour)
duration; or creating
your own custom class.
You can also choose
"Learn the Steps" to get
a tutorial on differ-
ent dances that are
incporated into the
workouts. Each workout
mode offers a choice of
different dance styles
and intensities.
Though it lacks
resistance and flexibility
training, Zumba Fitness
Core gives a solid cardio
workout that's challeng-
ing, engaging, fun and
well-paced. It would be
a nice cardiovascular
component of a well-
rounded fitness routine.
Just Dance 4 for
PlayStation 3, Wii, Wii
U and Xbox 360 ($40;
ESRB rating: Everyone
10+): More fun than
fitness. This is the latest
in a games series that
features popular music
tracks. You perform
specific dance routines
to the songs, mirroring
virtual dancers onscreen.
This is more of a
party game than a true
fitness routine. The "Just
Sweat" mode will have
you moving, but the
cardiovascular chal-
lenge is only moderate.
If you play the right
way, though, it's a lot of
fun. (If you like dance
games, Consumer
Reports suggests check-
ing out Dance Central 3,
a similar game for the
Xbox 360.)
*Your Shape: Fitness
Evolved 2013 for
Wii U ($50; ESRB rating:
Everyone 10+): Good
for entry-level exercis-
eis This is a mi\ of
fitness and fun It offei~s

workouts, a multiplayer
mode for up to four
people and online
components that let
you share your progress
with friends. The game
is best for a self-direct-
ed exerciser with some
knowledge of fitness,
but it also works well
for those who might
not be in great shape
Your Shape does a
decent job as a person-
al trainer. It offers fun
activities and motivates
you to burn calories via
in-game rewards and
competition with fellow
players. You'll need to
have some knowledge
of fitness, since the
programs are self-
directed. The exercises
are pretty entry level,
so this game is best
for people who aren't
already very fit.
UFC Personal
Trainer: The Ultimate
Fitness System for
PlayStation 3, Wii and
Xbox 360 ($30; ESRB
rating: Everyone): The
Ultimate Fitness System
is not that challeng-
ing. This transforms
the popular Ultimate
Fighting Championship
(UFC) into a fitness
game. Planned work-
outs vary from funda-
mental to advanced
and include tutorials
that range from basic
striking techniques to
more complex striking
and kicking combina-
tions. You can select a
30- or 60-day fitness
plan based on a goal
of strength build-
ing, weight loss or
For fans of mixed
martial arts, Consumer
Reports notes that this
could be used as a very
basic skill-learning
game. But it isn't very
physically challeng-
ing and doesn't give
enough feedback to
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hosts "American Ninja
Warrior," at 8 p.m. on

Megan (Dana Delany)
stars on "Body of
Proof," airing at 10 p.m.
on ABC.


Julie Chen returns to
host season 15 of "Big
Brother," airing at
8 p.m. on CBS.

Tony Stewart defends
his NASCAR title in the
"Coke Zero 400," at
7:30 p.m. on TNT.

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Golf Channel
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Discovery Channel
Entertainment Channel
Eternal Word Television Network
ABCFamily Channel
TV Food
FX Network
Game Show Network
Hallmark USA
History Channel
Home & Garden
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On the Cover

Schreiber Plays Tough Guy

FYI Televsion, Inc.
In Los Angeles, there are fixers
and "Ray Donovan" (premiering
Sunday at 10 p.m. on Showtime)
is one of the best. Ray (Liev Sch-
reiber) must deal with the dirty
side of the rich and famous, as he's
the man who makes troubles dis-
appear. But Hollywood's elite are
not the only ones with problems.
Smart, shrewd and lethal, there
isn't much Ray can't handle. He's a
good father to his children Conor
(Devon Bagby) and Bridget (Kerris
Dorsey), and he tries to be a decent
husband to his wife, Abby (Paula
Malcomson). But Ray is far from
perfect. He has a problem staying
faithful, and his wife is tired ofturn-
ing a blind-eye to his flaws. She is
also a social climber, who happens
to enjoythe money Ray's sometimes
ethically challenged job brings in.
Though he is cool under pres-
sure, there is always a simmering
of violence just below the surface
when it comes to Ray. He's quiet,
but when he does speak it's pow-
erful. "I think that's one of the
things that drew me to Ray as a
character is that he didn't talk
much," says Schreiber. "It's a
nice quality. I think, for me,
as someone who feels com-
pelled to talk more than I
should in many situations,
it's very healthy for me to
play a character like this."
This might not be the
first time Schreiber has
taken on a tough-guy
role, but it is different
than anything he's done
before. "When I met with
Ann (Biderman, creator
and head writer) and we
were beginning to do this
she said, 'It's not about
what, it's about how,'" con-
tinues Schreiber. "I guess
the first 'how' was Ann's
writing, which was writing that
is deeply investigative spiritually,
emotionally and physically in every
way. And then putting together a
group of actors that we felt maybe
the television audience hadn't seen
anything quite like this before, and
when I spoke with these guys about

the kind of people I wanted to work
with and then realized this group
ultimately," he waves to his cast," I
knew that this was going to be spe-
cial because everything is a trope
on TV now. Everything is a clich6.
It's about how you execute it."
Helping Ray at the office is his
right-hand man Avi (Steven Bau-
er), who is the muscle, and no-non-
sense Lena (Katherine Moennig),
who gives the tough guys a run for
their money. They have Ray's back.
Like him, they will do whatever it
takes to get the
job done.
Many of
the cli-
ents for
the agen-
cy come

Ezra Goldman (Elliot Gould),
who is an old friend of Ray's.
The biggest demon Ray must
face is his father, Mickey (Jon
Voight), who has landed in Los An-
geles and is determined to know his
grandchildren. Ray worked hard to
get away from his old life in Boston,
but with his murderous father back
in town, Ray must deal with even
more drama. It doesn't help that his
brothers Bunchy (Dash Mihok) and
Terry (Eddie Marsan) seem willing
to forget their father's treachery.
Mickey has been in jail for 20
years, so Ray's wife and children
don't know much about him. The
family's curiosity is one of the things
that drive Ray nuts. He can't tell
them much about his fatherwithout
revealing too much about the past.
And if anything, he wants that past
to stay hidden. But Mickey doesn't
make things easy on his sons.
"I've played some pretty strange
characters,' says Voight. "People
come up to me and say, 'You know,
you play such a great villain.' So,
probably some of that work landed
me this part, but it's a very com-
plex character, Mickey, and there's
quite a lot to come from him. He's
a dangerous fellow to himself
and to others, but he's got
a lot of dimension. So,
I'm really very chal-
lenged, and I'm excited
to be playing the part."
While Schreiber
has done some tele-
vision, this was a
different kind of
experience for him.
"Repeating myself
is something I've al-
ways been terrified
of as an actor," he
says. "It's one ofthe
problems I have in
theater, which is
my favorite thing
to do, is that you
have to do it eight
times a week.
And it drives me
nuts because
what I want to
do is I want to re-
hearse for 10 weeks,
I want to perform
for eight days, and then

Liev Schreiber is "Ray
Donovan" who wants
to keep his past hid-
den, Sunday at 10 p.m.
on Showtime.

I want to go home. And the thing
that terrifies me about television is
that I have to play the same char-
acter over and over and over again.
"But after seeing the pilot, I kind
ofgot it in myhead that this is an in-
teresting wayto work that you can
watch something grow alongside of
it. In other words, it's not the same.
Unlike the play where it's the same
material and what you are doing is,
kind of, playing with and improvis-
ingnewtakes on the same language,
with this you actually get to grow a
character over time. I think I'm ex-
cited about that process. I'm excited
about that. I'm scared, but I'm ex-
cited about it. It seems interesting."

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Sports ................................... 4-5
Soap Update .......................... 21
Radio/News/Weather............... 5
Q&A ........................................ 11
TV Crossword....................... 42
Movies .................................. 48

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coverage of the
tournament from
Congressional Coun-
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Md., Sunday at 3 p.m.

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won three World Cup
slaloms at age 17. Who
was the first?

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Q: One of my favorite
shows is TNT's "Rizzoli and
Isles." Can you give me any
clues as to what to expect
this season? -- Janet Y., via

A: I had the chance to
speak with series star
Sasha Alexander, who
plays Dr. Maura Isles, and
she gave me a few spoilers
about season four, which
began last Tuesday: "We
start three months after
the end of season three.
Maura has anonymously
donated her kidney to her
sister, Kayleen. Maura is in
a funky place. She's feeling
vulnerable and fragile.
She's not her normal, sunny

"It's fun watching Jane
try to lift her spirits. It

leads to funny antics
with Maura and Jane. It
brings Maura and Kayleen
together, which leads to a
relationship, and more of a
family drama."

In regard to future story-
lines and guest stars, we
can expect great ones
this season, starting with
Maura's love life. As Sasha
tells me: "Eric Winter (of
'The Mentalist,' 'Brothers
and Sisters' and 'The Ugly
Truth') is a potential love
interest. He's great -- I love
him. He plays a bomb-
squad tech that Maura is
attracted to."

Because of my affinity
for "Dawson's Creek,"
I had to ask her about
her time there. "I had a
wonderful experience.
I love that I went to the
prom with Dawson. James
(Van Der Beek), Michelle
(Williams), Josh (Jackson)
and I are still dear friends.
We don't have shows like

that anymore. I love the
innocence and the beauty
of that show. It was a really
fun experience for me,
and it was a really positive
show. I wish there were
something like it on the air

Q: Can you tell me how
Vivian Campbell of Def
Leppard is doing? I heard
he has cancer. -- Shelley W.
in North Carolina

A: According to the
axeman himself, the Def
Leppard guitarist is doing
just fine. He has Hodgkin's
lymphoma, which has an
80-percent cure rate, and
he is currently undergoing
chemotherapy. He plans
to continue touring with
the band throughout the
summer. In his words, he
wanted to warn fans about
his "new aerodynamic
hairstyle (read: no hair)...
I don't want anyone to be
so shocked by my new look
that they ask for a refund."

Sasha Alexander

Write to Cindy at King
Features Weekly Service,
P.O. Box 536475,
Orlando, FL 32853-6475;
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7 p.m. on LIFE
A recently fired television
producer gets a job on a
low-rated morning news
show and tries to revitalize
the program by introducing
a new host, who refuses
to report on the mundane
daytime news or work with
his beauty queen co-host.

Off the Hook:
Extreme Catches
8 p.m. on APL
"Kicking Ice" An extreme
adventure in the Great
White North puts Eric in a
frozen river in Canada to try
the extremely fast-paced
sport of ice boating; Young
tries free-dive spearfishing
under an icy river risking
hypothermia to experience
this extreme fishing. (HD)

Secrets of Henry
Vill's Palace
8 p.m. on PBS
The history of what many
consider to be the definitive
pleasure palace is explored,
including King Henry VIIl's
decline and the stories of
his queens, William and
Mary's renovation of the
Tudor palace, hidden art
and much more. (HD)

Resale Royalty
8:01 p.m. on STYLE
"Still Haute at 25" Diana
and Lauren make thorough
plans for a vibrant, fun
surprise party that's all
being put together for their
mother, and the women
plan an elaborate event
to commemorate their St.
Louis secondhand-store's
25th anniversary.

The Killing
9 p.m. on AMC
"Eminent Domain" Detective
Sarah Linden and Stephen
Holder manage to get a

hold of the victim that has
been on the run; after en-
during a difficult scenario,
Seward suddenly confronts
the demons from his past;
Bullet tries to cope with the
truth. (HD)

Long Island
9 p.m. on BRAVO
"Intermenschion" Amanda
offers to take Chanel out
after the run-in with her ex;
Chanel suggests the girls
confront Erica about her
recent behavior and drink-
ing habits; Amanda and
Joey work on their business
ventures; Ashlee goes on a
date with a new guy.

True Blood
9 p.m. on HBO
"You're No Good" Eric takes
a hostage as he contin-
ues to go after Burrell; Bill
wants to make a new syn-
thetic blood; Sookie begins
to uncover why Warlow is
pursuing her; Sam tries to

Detective Eva Vittoria (Ga-
briella Pession) discovers
a pattern of murders when
wealthy businessmen begin
dying from a mysterious
virus and the ICC team's
investigations lead them
to a group of art thieves on
"Crossing Lines," airing Sun-
day at 10 p.m. on NBC.

rescue a hostage and gets
some outside help; Steve
Newlin's past haunts his
present. (HD)


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AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidPro. Stooges One FlewOver theCuckoo's Nest75 (R) (CC)
CINE 320 320 320 320 63 320 420 (5:30)The Great Train Kitt Kittredge: An American Girl ('08) A girl In Time ('11) A corrupt police force An American Werewolf in Paris
INE 320320320320 63320420 deals with the Great Depression. chases a man. (CC) *1% Man loves werewolf.
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321422 Mean Seas. (:45) Child's Play (88) (CC) (:15) The Horse Whisperer ('98) Cowboy aids victims. (CC) Paparazzi ('04) **
EN 150 150 150 150 150 50 eil Young (:50) Ella Enchanted ('04, Fantasy) **% A Finding Nemo ('03) A fish searches (:15) Addicted to Love ('97, Comedy) A new cou-
15111 cursed woman seeks a cure. (CC) the ocean for his son. ple is stalked by their exes.
HBO 3023023 2 17 400 The Closer You Get ('00) lan Hart. (35) Hop ('11, Family) Easter Bunny (:5) Battleship ('12) **% An international fleet of ships bat- Devil (10)
O 32 32 32 32 17 3 4 rishmen need women. suffers an injury. (CC) ties an alien armada of unknown origins. (CC)
HB2 303 303 303 303 303 402 Airplane! ('80, Comedy) (CC) Love Wrecked ('05) ** (CC) The Out List (HD) This Means War (12) (CC) Edward
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 (:15) The Cutting Edge ('92, Drama) Miracle on 34th Street ('94) **% (CC) The Great Outdoors ('88) Bootmen
SHOW 3m 3 3 3 19 30 365 (545) All In: The Poker (:10) Phantoms ('98) A flesh-eating (:50) Knuckleball! (12, Documentary) **% A (:25) Agent Cody Banks ('03) **%
S3 3 ovie 12 monster stalks visitors, baseball pitch is explored. (CC) Undercover CIA. (CC)
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C 350 30 30 20 30 3 amp plagued by evil. ('11) Red and the Wolf. for a missing informant. (CC) tion)(CC)
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CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 422 Fat Albert Cartoons aid girl. |(:50) Something to Talk About ('95) ** (:45) John Carpenter's Vampires ('98) Speed
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defenders. deadly comet journeys to Earth. (R) woman saves a man. (12)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 402 Airplane II: The Sequel ('82) (25) Simply Irresistible ('98) Pitch Perfect ('12) A capella singing. Ruthless ('86) ***
HB3 304 304 304 304 304 404 Forrest Gump ('94, Drama) A simple man. (CC) One Day (11 Relationshi. (:15) Wanderlust (12) Alternative living.
cSHOW 1 M 19 An American Carol ('08, Comedy) Heavyweights ('95) Fat kids rebel (:15) Twins ('88, Comedy) **% Twin brothers Mallrts (95) Two re-
O Jon Voight. Filmmaker. against a fitness uru. search for their mother. (PG) ected lovers. (R)
TMC 350 350 350 30 2 0 510) Another Stakeout Charlotte's Web ('06) Friendly spi- (:40) The Ramen Girl ('08, Comedy) A woman The Understudy ('08) A perennial
TM 350 350 350 350 20 350 93) ** (CC) der saves little pigs life. tries to become a chef in Tokyo. understudy gains fame.
TCM 65 65 65 65 6923 Playing (R) Wings of the Morning ('37, Drama) Caesar and Cleopatra ('45, Drama) The em- (:15) A Matter of Life and Death ('46) Mixup in
Family curse. (NR) peror falls for an Egyptian queen. heaven delays pilot's death.
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Paid Prog. PaidProg. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. PaidProg. PaidProg. Eddie and The Cruisers ('83) **(CC) Swing Vote (08)
CINE T0 30 30 3 633 he Best Man ** A The Big Year ('11) Bird watcher Rising Sun ('93) **% Investigation implicates a U.S. sena- The Presence (10) Ob-
S_ novel is trouble, search for rare birds. (CC) tor and aowerul Japanese corporation. sessed ghost.
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321422 Wishcraft |(:25) Mr. Popper's (11) (CC) Elektra '% Assassin aids girl. (:45)Spy Game ('01) ***An agentin trouble. (CC)
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HB 302302 302 302 17 302400 (530) Off Air Station down- The Parent Trap ('98, Comedy) Twins conspire (:15)Wrath of the Titans ('12, Action) Perseus Harry Potter & Prisoner
S_ time. (HD) to reunite their parents. (CC) rescues father in underworld. (04) (CC)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 402 Happy Feet Two ('11) (CC) (:45) Volcano ('97) ** Lava flows in L.A. ISeeking a Friend ('12) ** (:15) Army ('13)
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304404 :20) Dirty Rotten Scoundrels ('88) *** (10) Miracle on 34th Street ('94) (CC)(05) Larry Crowne (11) (CC) Lieutenant
( H5:30) War Horse ('11, Drama) *** Jeremy The Prankster ('10, Comedy) Prankster Route 30 ('09) South Central Penn- Breakaway
SHOW 340 340 30 30 19 365 Irvine. A man searches for his horse. leader looks to get the dean. (CC) slvania citizens. (CC)
TMC 350 350 350 350 20 i (5:50) Ride (98) Es- (:15) The Magic of Belle Isle ('12) Author moves (:05) What Dreams May Come ('98) A man en- Bending the Rules (12)
S 0 30 ortin rappers. to a rural town to write. (CC) ters Hell to rescue his wife. (CC) Edge. (CC)
TM 65 656565 169230 Meet Me Up Periscope (59, Drama) **% A sub crew The Rise and Fall of Legs Dia- (:15) Ride the High Country ('62) Gunslingers
56 faces a daring WWII mission. (CC) mond Deluded angster. transport a gold shipment. (CC)
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Virus ('99) ** Ship harbors entity. (CC) |The Marine ('06)
NE 320 320 320320 63320420 (530) Jaws: The Revenge Maria Full of Grace ('04) *** Touch of Pink ('04) Gay Londoner's (:15) Beginners ('1) *** Ewan McGregor.
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CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 422 :10) Another Earth (11) **2% What's Love Got to Do with It? ('93) IFinal Destination 5 Cheating death. Friday 13
ENC 150 150 1500 150 350 (:15) Back to the Future (85) ***% A teen (:15) Back to the Future Part II ('89) *** A (:05) Back to the Future Part 111 ('90) A
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HB 302 302 302 30217 302400 :10) One Day ('11, Drama)Anne Hathaway. Two (:15) Spawn ('97, Fantasy) ** Murdered killer The Dark Knight Rises ('12) **** Batman
people's intricate relationship. becomes hero from hell. (PG-13) protects Gotham from terrorist. (CC)
HBO2 303303303303 303402 5:30) Off Air (HD) John Guare Game Change (12) Campaign in 2008. |The Contender ('00) Political scandal. IFirst Look
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304404 The Great Outdoors (88) (:35) Eat Cheese With ('06) Never Been Kissed ('99) ** (:50) Ruby Sparks (12) (CC)
SHOW 3 0 4 19 3 0365 CaptainCorelli's Mando-(:15) Knuckleball! ('12, Documentary) **% A Legendary (10) ** A teen brings Judge Dredd ('95) *% A Street
SHOW340 34 34 34 19 34 365 l baseball pitch is explored. (CC) his family back together. Jude is framed for murder.
TM 350350 350350 20 350 5 ang in Blue ('96) ** (:10) D3: The Mighty Ducks ('96) A hockey Bulletproof Monk ('03) Yun-Fat (:45) Hard Rain ('98) Bandits plan
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TCM 65 65 65 65 169 0 (:15) The Howards of Virginia ('40) **% Suc- (:15) The Devil's Disciple ('59, Com- (:45) The Scarlet Coat ('55, Adventure) A soldier Let Free-
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CINE320 320 320 320 63320420 Stewart. Queen vs. maiden. (CC) McClane battles airport terrorists. (CC)stop a deadly virus.
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HBO3 304304304304 304404 Bootmen ('00) ** Gameof Werewolves('1) |ln the Valley of Elah ('07) Missin son. (:50) Johnson Vacat'n ('04)
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TMC 350350 350 350 20 350385(11:00) Die Another Day On the Inside ('11) ** A killer en- (:45) Sylvia (03, Drama) Gwyneth Paltrow. A poet (35) The Woman in Black ('12, Hor-
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TM 65 65 6565 Rose Mari God's Country and the Woman Northwest Rangers ('42, (:15) Northern Pursuit ('43, Action) Canadian The Cariboo Trail Gold
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AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 King Arthur ('04) **% Battling invaders. Poseidon ('06) Trapped with fear. (CC) |King Kong ('05) Ape falls for girl. (CC)
INE 320 30 30 30 6 0 Taxi ('04) *2 Taxi driver has tips fo (:40) Dragnet ('87, Comedy) Dan Aykroyd. Cops Let's Go to Prison ('06) ** Post- A Thousand Words
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CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 422 Seed Mad bomber rigs bus. Spanglish ('04) *** Chef's family. (CC) Saving Private Ryan ('98 A desperate mission.
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HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 402 Ruthless Parenthood ('89) Parents have kids. The Birdcage ('96) **2 False sexuality. (:45) Mrs. Henderson ('05)
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 Fearless ('93) *** Crash changes man. Moonrise Kingdom ('12) *** INorth Country Sexual harassment. Loud
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TM 350 350 350 350 20 350385 That G ... Who Was In That Sophie's Choice ('82) A Nazi prison camp survivor moves to (:10) WiseGirls '02, Crime) **% Waitresses
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TCM 65 65 65 65 19 (:15) Under Capricorn ('49, Drama) An Irishman (:15) Pandora and Flying Dutchman ('51) ** James Ma- The Brave One ('56, Drama) Boy
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Battle: Los Angeles
8 p.m. on FX
After an unexpected alien
invasion overtakes Los An-
geles, Calif., threatening its
existence, an elite platoon
of United States Marines
are quickly deployed to
counter the attack of the
highly advanced and deadly
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American Ninja
8 p.m. on NBC
"Venice Beach Qualifying"
The world's most dreaded
obstacle course returns
as competitors convene at
Venice Beach, California, to
take on the feat for qualify-
ing rounds; competitors
hopes to eventually make
the finals in order to com-
pete for the $500,000 grand
prize. (HD)

The Carrie Diaries
9 p.m. on CW
"Dangerous Territory" Car-
rie runs into an old friend at
her internship and is invited
to his mother's dinner par-
ty; Mouse's worries about
being bad at sex drive her
to ask Walt for help; Maggie
takes on Donna and her
friends to reclaim her favor-
ite spot at the diner. (HD)
Gideon's Army
9 p.m.on HBO
Nearly 50 years after the
Supreme Court ruling that
established the right to
counsel, cameras follow
three young public defend-
ers in the South as they
struggle against long hours,
overwhelming caseloads,
high bonds, minimum sen-
tencing and more.
Major Crimes
9 p.m. on TNT
"I, Witness" A man is flown
into Los Angeles to testify
as a material witness in


It was a close call when Katie
walked in on a private conversa-
tion (about her) between Brooke
and Donna. Taylor apologized
to Brooke for assuming that she
had an inappropriate relation-
ship with Bill. Later, while
planning a special night for Eric,
Taylor gained information that
led her to believe that Brooke set
her sights on Eric. Katie made
final preparations for Brooke's
birthday party. Later, many
of the attendees were on edge
knowing that there was a big
secret looming over the guest
of honor's head. Taylor told
Thomas all the information that
she had learned about Brooke.
When Katie extended an invita-
tion to the party, Taylor consid-
ered attending solely to confront
Brooke about her misdeeds.
Wait to See: Caroline practically
pushes Maya into Carter's arms.
The relationship of two couples
is on the rocks.

Eric struggled to remem-
ber what happened to him.

Meanwhile, Brady and Nicole
reacted to Daniel's theory about
Eric. Chad made it clear that he
wanted to be with Abigail. Eric
was grateful when Nicole found
a way to save the school project.
Kristen and Marlena had a
scratchy encounter. Jennifer was
horrified when she learned that
JJ had been arrested. Cameron
asked Abigail what secret she
shared with Chad. EJ began
his plan to bring down Stefano.
Sami worried when she real-
ized that her case was much
bleaker than she imagined. Will
was touched when he over-
heard Sonny defending him to
Adrienne. Wait to See: JJ cooks
up another scheme. Justin and
Adrienne argue over Sami.

Luke deflected Laura's com-
ments about his health. Maxie
got emotional when Spinelli
caught her in a motherly mo-
ment. Laura and Lucy discussed
bigger goals with Deception.
Felicia and Mac asked Anna and
Duke to be their maid of honor
and best man, respectively. Duke
paid homage to Robert and
Mac's friendship. Felix acciden-

a murder case, but he is
suddenly labeled as the key
suspect in a completely dif-
ferent murder; Flynn begins
to feel the pressure of his
home and work life. (HD)
Bizarre Foods America
9 p.m. on TRAV
"Hidden Los Angeles"
Andrew visits the city of
Los Angeles to explore the
variety of food that reflects
the diversity of the people
who live there, featuring a
food tour of L.A. in which he
samples tempura chicken
testicles prepared by celeb-
rity chef Wolfgang Puck.
10 p.m. on A&E
"Tell It Slant" After Walt is
tipped off to the murder of
an alleged psychic by the
Contrary Warrior, a Chey-
enne Indian who's known
for his unpredictability, he
has trouble deciphering the
seemingly backwards clues
while dealing with a debate
against Branch. (HD)

tally told Britt that Patrick and
Sabrina were running a pater-
nity test -- and she headed off to
stop them. After Luke collapsed,
he vowed to be around for his
granddaughter's birth. Ava and
Franco tried to convince Kiki of
their reunion. Sonny asked Oliv-
ia to move in with him while she
recovered. Shawn told Alexis the
news about the second shooter.
Wait to See: Luke receives his
diagnosis. Michael is horrified.

Chelsea said yes to Dylan's
marriage proposal. Leslie and
Neil informed Avery that Gus
left half of his estate to his
children and the other half to
Rose Turner. Leslie made a
connection to something that
Rose wrote on one of her photos
and what the blogger recently
posted. Jack worried about Traci
and her marriage, but she didn't
want to talk about it. Avery told
Nick that she thought he needed
some space. Adam figured out
that Sharon still thought she
might have a chance with Nick.
Sharon visited Cassie's grave and
told her how much she missed
her. Chloe enjoyed telling Adam

More than 100 years after
a meteor hit deep into the
remote Siberian territory
of Tunguska, Sabina and 15
other reality-show contes-
tants are sent to the scene
- with no explanation of
its mysterious past or the
strange things that begin
to happen on the ground-
breaking, scripted drama
series "Siberia," premiering
Monday at 10 p.m. on NBC.

that Chelsea was engaged to
Dylan. Billy left Victoria a
heartfelt message asking her
to let him come home. Wait to
See: Jack's birthday has its share
of surprises. Victor and Nikki
return from their honeymoon.

SOAPS (Available through and

Colby thanked David for bail-
ing her out of her financial woes.
Dixie informed Joe that Billy
Clyde Tuggle was alive and back
in Pine Valley. Miranda's life at
school got even rougher. Brooke
made it clear to JR that she was
in charge of all things concern-
ing Chandler Enterprises, but
JR won't sit ideally back.

Viki received unexpected
news about the Pellegrino Fund.
Natalie confided in Destiny
about her feelings for John.
Jeffrey took the "Michelle" situa-
tion into his own hands and was
shocked to find out the truth.
Todd was shaken by what he
found at Willow Lake.

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8 p.m. on FX
An expert engineer and a
novice conductor work to-
gether and speed down the
tracks to try to stop a run-
away train full of poisonous
material from crashing and
causing a catastrophe in
a large town directly in its
path of destruction. J (HD)

The Statue of Liberty
8 p.m. on PBS
Interested viewers are pro-
vided with an informational
perspective that delves into
the fascinating history that
surrounds a towering struc-
ture in the harbor of New
York City that has come to
represent the freedoms of
America. (HD)
American Experience
9 p.m. on PBS
"Mount Rushmore" Inter-

Bear Grylls to host NBC
reality show- NBC
launches "Get Out Alive
with Bear Grylls" on July

Bear Grylls

8th. The reality show will
pit ten two-person teams
against one another in
survival scenarios. The
former "Man vs. Wild"
host will lead teams in
an elimination challenge
through New Zealand's
South Island. Grylls will
also be seen as a host on
the Discovery Channel's

views, home movies and
newsreels recount the
conception and creation of
Mount Rushmore, highlight-
ing the enthusiasm, artistic
vision and egomaniacal
drive of the sculptor and
the stories of the work-
ers who helped build the
unique monument. (HD)

Rizzoli & Isles
9 p.m. on TNT
"In Over Your Head" The
drug unit of the Boston
Police Department gets a
new lieutenant, and Jane
is not happy about it; Jane
is forced to interact with
someone from her past
while investigating the mur-
der of a journalism student;
Maura receives an interest-
ing tip. (HD)

Body of Proof
10 p.m. on ABC
"Abducted Part 2" After
Megan discovers key infor-
mation in their search and
deduces the identity of the

upcoming series,
"Bear Grylls: Ultimate
Survivors." NBC is also
launching "Camp," a
scripted comedy series
starring "Six Feet Under"
actress Rachel Griffiths.
She plays a newly
divorced summer camp
director who comes
back to the camp, only
to deal with spoiled kids,
college-age counselors,
and the rivalry with the
camp across the lake.
The series premieres on
July 10th.

'R&B Divas Atlanta' to
end its season 'R&B
Divas Atlanta' is ending
its season in mid-June,
but fans can enjoy a
West Coast version of
the show. "R&B Divas
LA" follows Kelly Price,
Chante Moore, Dawn
Robinson, Lil' Mo,
Claudette Ortiz and
Michel'le. The show
premieres on TV One on
July 10th, but fans with a
Video on Demand (VOD)

serial killer, she must with-
hold the knowledge from
her team and the police to
protect Lacey's life; Kate
comes under fire of District
Attorney Dan Russell. (HD)

10 p.m. on PBS
"Wikisecrets" In 2010 an
Army Intelligence analyst
leaked over half-a-mil-
lion classified military
documents to the website
Wikileaks, and now cor-
respondent Martin Smith
sits down with those close
to the case to expose the
complete story behind the
leaks. (HD)

Tattoo Nightmares
10 p.m. on SPIKE
"Couples Therapy" Jasmine
Rodriguez must assist an
arguing couple with alter-
ing old ink; Tommy Helms
attempts to correct a
frightening skeleton tattoo;
Big Gus works on fixing a
man's unicorn artwork that

account can stream the
debut episode as early
as July 7th. The debut
episode, "Lights, Camera,
Divas," features the six
women coming together
for a special project, but
is there room for all of
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Starz is turning to
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cancellations of "Boss"
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Starz has tapped Curtis
(50 Cent) Jackson for
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nightclub owner leading
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When the body of a missing
"NCIS" facilities manager is
found four months after dis-
appearing on the day of the
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season of "Girl Code."
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HBO renews 'Vice' -
HBO has renewed the
news show "Vice." The
show has seen ratings
on the upswing lately,
and HBO rewarded the
series by announcing
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Morton, Ryan Duffy and
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8 p.m. on AMC
An 8-year-old boy tries on
the Bracelet of Anubis and
finds that if he doesn't go
to an Egyptian site within
seven days, he will die as
the Scorpion King and his
army returns, and then he's
kidnapped by a cult which
has resurrected Imhotep.
[ (HD)
8 p.m. on PBS
"American Eagle" The coun-
try's most famous preda-
tor has become a symbol
of pollution, as DDT and
human encroachment left
the American eagle topping
the endangered species'
lists, but the raptors have
made a stunning comeback
as seen in this intimate
portrait. (HD)

"Texas Competition" An
expedition for the best bar-
becue in the United States
begins with a visit to two
eateries in the Lone Star
State of Texas, and later,
the host competes at the
Bedford Blues and BBQ Fes-
tival in the city of Bedford,
BBQ Crawl
8:30 p.m. on TRAV
"A Texas to Arkansas Crawl"
An expedition for some of
the best barbecue in the
United States begins with a
visit to see how sausages
are made at the Southside
Market in Elgin, Texas, and
later, the host meets up
with some of her friends in
the state of Arkansas to eat
9 p.m. on PBS
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that link the origin of dogs
to humans, as well as the
domestication of dogs in
Siberia. (HD)
Franklin and Bash
9 p.m. on TNT
"Captain Johnny" Rachel
enters into a competition
with Peter and Jared to see
which of their cases will
gain more notoriety; Jared
and Peter invoke "Pirate
Law" in a case; Rachel deals
with a self-proclaimed psy-
chic; Peter and Jared find a
discarded couch. (HD)
10 p.m. on COM
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well-known and famous
folk musician while at a
maximum security prison,
and he attempts to create
a replica of the musician's

1. Any list of movies
and TV shows about
the holiday should very
well include this 1972
musical, named for this
first year that July 4th
became so much more
than just another day in
the summer.

2. Tough-guy actor
James Cagney, who
began his career as a
song and dance man,
portrayed patriotic
composer George M.
Cohan in this classic
biographical musical
from 1942 named for
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tragedy, its date having
become even more
famous throughout the
world than July 4th.

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of a firefighter in that
film is this frequently
appearing actor, who
starred in a franchise-
launching movie about
a treasure hidden by
America's Founding
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wearing statesmen who
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8 p.m. on ABC
"Boss and Employee: Third
Shift" Bosses and employ-
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to the test while trying to
qualify on the course as
teams, but several realize
their communication may
need some work outside
of the office; finalists are
forced to turn on their part-
ners for the prize. (HD)

8 p.m. on FX
In the year 2154, a former
Marine joins a mission
designed to colonize an
exotic planet, but after
getting an alien body of his
own, he becomes a part of
the world's civilization and
joins them in opposing the
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Macy's 4th of July
Fireworks Spectacular
8 p.m.on NBC
NBC celebrates the nation's
237th birthday with a live
broadcast of Macy's "4th of
July Fireworks Spectacular,"
featuring performances
from multi-platinum singer-
songwriter Mariah Carey,
Taylor Swift, and Grammy
Award winner Tim McGraw
among others. (HD)

A Capitol Fourth
8 p.m. on PBS
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the U.S. Capitol, host Tom
Bergeron presents the
annual Independence Day
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various genre-spanning mu-
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renowned fireworks display.
The Fast and
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8:00 p.m. on TNT
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gangs that use suped-up
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9 p.m. on ABC
"Pushover" Alan The detec-
tives look for a link between
a killer and victim which
leads them to a waitress
at a dockside cafe after a
customs officer murders a
limo driver. (HD)

10:01 p.m. on CBS
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track down the accomplice
of a murdered blackmailer
who specifically targeted
the families of rape victims;
Sherlock tries his best to
resist his past urges to


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Lyndsey's (Courtney Thorne-
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beach house on "Two and a
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at 8:31 p.m. on CBS.

celebrate for his first year
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The Chronicles of
Narnia: The Voyage of
the Dawn Treader
7 p.m. on FX
Lucy and Edmund are
staying with their obnox-
ious cousin when they are
invited by King Caspian to
board a magnificent ship
that he has constructed
in order to embark upon a
maritime mission to rescue
seven lost lords and reach
Asian's home.S (HD)

Shark Tank
8 p.m. on ABC
Three men from Rhode
Island pitch their sugar-free
nut butters, while a mother
from California hopes to
find backers for her acu-
pressure bracelet; Colorado
friends pitch an at-home
tattoo removal device; a
woman pitches an inter-
changeable high heel. (HD)

8 p.m.on NBC
"Pilot" 16 contestants arrive
in a remote, unpopulated,
Siberian wilderness where
they are left with nothing
more than the clothes on
their backs to begin a real-
ity television competition
where the ultimate goal
is to be the last person to
survive. (HD)

8 p.m. on TNT
A doctor in Berlin wakes up
in a wrecked taxi and finds
that no one believes he is
who he says he is, including
his wife, so he must figure
out what happened and
find the man who took his
identity, while he also at-
tempts to evade murderous
assassins. M (HD)

Bue Bloods
9 p.m. on CBS
"Lonely Hearts Club" Jackie
goes undercover as an


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4. Sassy
8. Cary Grant comedy, "I Was a
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12. Take a
13. At any time
14. Dutch cheese
15. Actress Snow

17. Supreme Diana
18. Breathed audibly
19. Porky's place
21. Bard's "before"
22. Penn's partner
26. Actress Anna
29. Comment to the audience
30. "Moon_ Miami"
31. The Untouchables, e.g. (hyph.)

escort as she and Danny
aim to track down a serial
killer who is murdering
prostitutes inside hotel
rooms; Erin meets a poten-
tial suitor at an art gallery
who happens to share her
personal interests. (HD)

The Following
9 p.m. on FOX
"The Fall" Carroll reveals
his true intentions through
the introduction of Charlie,
his newest follower; Hardy
learns of Carroll's plans and
begins to turn Emma, Jacob
and Paul against each
other in order to stall them;
Emma makes a momentous
decision. (HD)

Life's Too Short
10 p.m. on HBO
"Life's Too Short Special"
Things seem to be looking
up for Warwick when he
hears from a fellow star
that a sequel to his 1988
fantasy film, "Willow,"
might be in the works, but

32. Liz of "30 Rock"
34. Madison Square Garden, e.g.
35. Talked in a monotone
37. Vaudevillian Olsen
38. Martial arts star Bruce
39. Long battles
43. Indira Varma on "Human
46. Travel document
48. State of mind
49. Mishmash
50. Another Day"
51. Small and weak
52. Michael J. Fox's "_ Wolf"
53. Make a seam
1. Subsides
2. Ms. Singer of "Footloose"
3. Swallow
4. Actress Bernadette
5. Get around
6. Cartoon canine
7. Sweethearts' meeting
8. Shown, Oscar winner for 16-
Down: 2 wds.
9. Brouhaha
10. "Viva Vegas!"
11. Printer's measures
16. Movie about Margaret
Thatcher: 3 wds.
20. Ms. Leoni of "The Family

When Stephen J. Cloobeck,
Chairman and CEO of Dia-
mond Resorts International,
obtains a new chain of
resort properties, he goes on
an undercover mission for a
second time to see how the
acquisition is going for the
team members and from the
perspective of a hotel guest
on "Undercover Boss," airing
Friday at 8 p.m. on CBS.

he must first help raise
funds to finance the movie,
which worries Ricky and
Stephen. (HD)

23. Vitamin C source
24. Paradise
25. Actress Sofer
26. Go out of business
27. Say it's so
28. San _, Italy
33. Jacqueline Kennedy,
34. Bluegrass singer Krauss
36. Train stop
37. Actor Davis
40.1998 film,"_ and Monsters"
41. Lake near Niagara Falls
42. Potpourri
43. Little rascal
44. Baseball's Brock
45. "Sanford and
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