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  • 1. Mail-in ballots require one dollar in postage OUR TOWN PAGE 1 CharlotteSun BUCS PREP FOR SEASON FORD’S WORST QUARTERLY PERFORMANCE AND WEEKLY HERALD The Tampa Bay Buccaneers face plenty of questions as $8.7 BILLION LOSS Layoffs, plant revamping planned. FRONT training camp begins. SPORTS PAGE 1 PAGE 11 AN EDITION OF THE SUN VOL. 116 NO. 207 AMERICA’S BEST COMMUNITY DAILY F R I D A Y J U LY 2 5 , 2 0 0 8 www.sun-herald.com 50 cents Charlotte’s real estate ranks as most affordable By BOB FLISS percent off their year-ago pace The Punta Gorda metropoli- markets. June’s sales figures the Punta Gorda-Port Char- CHARLOTTE BUSINESS EDITOR of $199,000. This compares to a tan statistical area — which supported this point — 591 lotte-North Port Association of Charlotte County emerged 16 percent year-to-year drop includes all of unincorporated houses sold, up 4 percent from Realtors. from June as the most afford- statewide, the Florida Associa- Charlotte County — reported 567 in June last year. But “We’ve been on the plus side able residential real estate tion of Realtors reported 196 closed sales in June, Sarasota also posted its lowest since December. That’s obvi- market in Florida, with a Thursday. compared to 292 in May and median price of 2007 — ously not the case now,” median sale price of $141,000. Splitting the difference, it 218 in June a year earlier. And $235,500, down 20 percent Dryburgh said. “But we’re set to At least that’s the optimistic might be accurate to character- the $141,000 median price was from $293,800 in June 2007. pick back up in August, when way of looking at it. ize June as just another month down from $154,600 in May Considering that June is people come down, and have But if you’d rather read a in the local real estate market’s and $199,000 in June 2007. traditionally a slow month to put kids in school and stuff.” disaster narrative, the latest gradual recovery from the post- Sarasota County experi- locally, 196 closed deals in Still, every month from existing home sales figures Hurricane Charley boom in enced somewhat less turbu- Charlotte wasn’t all that bad, show that prices were 29 2005 to the doldrums of 2007. lence than other Florida said Bill Dryburgh, president of REAL | P3 New refineries unlikely It’s unlikely more offshore oil drilling would directly lead to new refineries in Florida — or anywhere REFINERY PROCESS FACTS: • After crude oil is removed from the ground, By NEIL HUGHES Mineral Management it is sent to a refinery by pipeline, ship or STAFF WRITER Service estimates there are barge. At a refinery, different parts of the crude Regardless of whether roughly 3.6 billion barrels oil are separated into usable petroleum oil drilling occurs off the of oil in the eastern Gulf. products. coast of Florida, Libby That’s enough to feed the • Crude oil is measured in barrels (abbreviat- Cheney figures that it’s U.S. oil consumption rate ed “bbls”). A 42-U.S. gallon barrel of crude oil probably a long-shot that of 20.6 million barrels-per- provides slightly more than 44 gallons of Florida will get into the day for roughly six months, petroleum products. This gain from processing refinery business. according to the U.S. the crude oil is similar to what happens to “I sometimes wonder if Energy Information popcorn, it gets bigger after it is popped. it’s not impossible to build a Administration. • One barrel of crude oil, when refined, brand new refinery with Numerous expansions of produces about 20 gallons of finished motor permits,” said Cheney, vice existing facilities have taken gasoline, and 7 gallons of diesel, as well as president of corporate place over the last 30 years, other petroleum products. Most of the support for Shell Oil (and but in that time an entirely petroleum products are used to produce no relation to the U.S. vice new refinery has not been energy. president). built in the U.S. • Other products created from petroleum Assuming drilling takes “There are a number of include propane, ink, crayons, bubble gum, place, and an unexpectedly reasons why a brand new dishwashing liquids, deodorant, eyeglasses, incredible amount of oil is refinery from the ground up records, tires, ammonia, and heart valves. not found in the eastern hasn’t been built since 1976 Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration Gulf of Mexico, pipelines in Garyville, Louisiana,” that intersect all over the said Bill Holbrook, commu- Gulf floor can easily trans- nications director for the port oil to many of the National Petrochemical & country’s other refineries. Refiners Association. And it’s unlikely any Consider, he said, that AP PHOTO/THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE, STEVE UECKERT drilling would result in a estimates for building a new A crane collapsed within the LyondellBasell Houston Refinery, July 18 in Houston, killing four workers and need for drastic refinery injuring seven others in the latest of several fatal accidents that have raised concerns about the safety of expansions. The U.S. REFINERIES | P4 construction cranes. Memo: ‘Good faith’ Should the votes protects against of dead people torture charge By PAMELA HESS and LARA JAKES JORDAN approved the CIA’s harsh interrogation techniques be counted? ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER By DEBORAH HASTINGS tion, raising new questions method by method, but AP NATIONAL WRITER about an age-old phenome- WASHINGTON — The warned that if the circum- non normally associated stances changed, interroga- If you vote by mail, but die Justice Department in 2002 with chicanery in places like tors could be running afoul before Election Day, does told the CIA that its inter- your vote count? It depends Chicago: What should be rogators would be safe from of anti-torture laws. done with the ballots of the The Aug. 1, 2002 memo on where you lived. prosecution for violations of Oregon counts ballots no recently dead? anti-torture laws if they signed by then-Assistant Laws in at least a dozen matter what happens to the believed ‘in good faith’ that Attorney General Jay Bybee states are evenly split voter. So does Florida. But in harsh techniques used to was issued the same day he between tallying and dump- South Dakota, if you die break the will of prisoners, wrote a memo for then- ing the votes. No one keeps before the election, so does including waterboarding, White House Counsel AP PHOTO your vote. records on how often such would not cause “prolonged Alberto Gonzales defining Increasingly popular mail- deaths occur. torture as only those 88-year-old Florence Steen votes for Hillary mental harm.” Rodham Clinton at the Rapid City Regional in ballots mean voters can Yet in this year’s The newly released but Hospital Auxiliary Hospice House in Rapid City, SD now choose candidates up heavily censored memo MEMO | P4 on April 29, 2008. Steen died on Mother's Day. to 60 days before an elec- DEAD | P3 INDEX| FRONT: Nation 2,8,9 | State 6,7 | World 9, 10,17 | Business 11-16 | Weather 18 | TV Grid 18 | OUR TOWN: Police Beat 3 | Obituaries 5 | Crossword 12 | Abby 13 Daily Edition 50¢ High Low WINNING HORSE CHARLIE SAYS ... Can I get sued for saying my socks cost 92 74 Partly sunny with a storm. Gene Gage of Punta Gorda recently won a APHA World Champi- on title in Fort Worth, Texas, with her horse Helens Reflection. OUR TOWN PAGE 1 50¢? 7 05252 00025 8 Send suggestions to charliesays@sun-herald.com
  • 2. Front Page 2 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com NATIONAL NEWS The Sun /Friday, July 25, 2008 | NATION Texas begins cleanup after Dolly Feds: Mine operator HARLINGEN, Texas (AP) many lives. Even so, there Rain and wind from courted danger — Residents across south will be substantial cleanup: Dolly probably doomed Texas slogged through President Bush declared much of the cotton crop in PRICE, Utah — The knee-deep muddy waters, south Texas a disaster area Texas’ Rio Grande Valley. operator of a collapsed tiptoed around downed to release federal funding About 92,000 acres of Utah mine violated safety power lines and dug to 15 counties, and insur- cotton in the region was protocols by cutting coal through debris Thursday, ance estimators put the awaiting harvest but pillars that should have but were thankful that losses at $750 million. driving rains and high been left standing to Hurricane Dolly didn’t By Thursday afternoon, winds knocked bolls to the prevent cave-ins, federal pack the wallop they had with the storm’s maximum ground, making them regulators said Thursday. feared. sustained winds blowing unsalvageable, Texas Agri The officials said a Downed power lines around 35 mph, forecast- Life Extension agent Rod subsidiary of Ohio-based remained the greatest ers downgraded Dolly to a Santa Ana said. Sorghum Murray Energy Corp. danger, and South Texas tropical depression. The acres damaged by rain in undermined other pillars officials urged people to storm was expected to early July also could be by excavating coal from stay home one more day tunnel floors. They also break up by Friday. doomed, he said. “unless it’s life or death.” faulted the company’s One person in Matamoros, engineering firm, Agapito Mexico, died from electro- HARDEE/DESOTO ENGLEWOOD Associates Inc. of Grand cution after walking past a Junction, Colo., for con- CIRCULATION CIRCULATION power line on the ground. ducting a flawed evalua- Residents picked up the Customer Service Customer Service tion of mining dangers. pieces of their houses and 863-494-2434 941-681-3000 The agency is fining businesses blown apart by Fax: 863-494-3533 Fax: 941-681-3008 Murray Energy $1.6 million AP PHOTO the storm. But as dry skies info@sun-herald.com and Agapito $220,000 for spread over the region, Jose Luis Ramirez walks through his home after the Classified Classified the disaster, he said. winds from Hurricane Dolly tore off the roof, Thursday, they were struck by relief in the Laureles area of Cameron County, Texas. that the storm didn’t take 863-494-2434 941-475-2200 Vast oil, natural gas Fax: 863-494-3533 Fax: 941-485-3036 reserves in Arctic WASHINGTON — Some 90 billion barrels of oil Cavers chart ‘snowy’ NORTH PORT CIRCULATION CHARLOTTE CIRCULATION and a third of the world’s undiscovered natural gas lie beneath an area north river of crystals Customer Service 941-429-3000 Customer Service 941-206-1300 of the Arctic Circle, FORT STANTON by members of the Fort Fax: 941-423-2318 Fax: 941-629-2085 government scientists CAVE, N.M. (AP) — Stanton Cave Study info@sun-herald.com info@sun-herald.com Hundreds of feet Project in early July estimate in the largest- Punta Gorda Herald office ever survey of the energy beneath Earth’s surface, added several thousand Classified ads 941-205-1000 a few seasoned cave feet to the measurement 941-429-3000 resources there. explorers venture where of the spectacular The U.S. Geological no human has set foot. formation, which is at Port Charlotte Town Center Survey, which announced mall kiosk the findings Wednesday, Their headlamps least four miles long. The Display Advertising 941-206-1700 illuminate mud-covered explorers who have been North Port 941-429-3000 called the region, which walls, gypsum crystals following the passage Charlotte 941-206-1214 includes parts of the and mineral deposits. under the rolling hills of Englewood 941-681-3000 Classified United States, Russia and AP PHOTO The real attraction, southeastern New DeSoto 863-494-2434 941-206-1200 Canada, “the largest though, is under their Mexico say there’s still Caver John McLean talks Hardee 863-494-2434 unexplored prospective Fax: 941-629-7740 shoes. more of Snowy River to about the many questions National & Regional Advertisers classified@sun-herald.com area for petroleum A massive formation be discovered. scientists have about the 941-206-1270 remaining on Earth.” that resembles a white The few who have Snowy River formation while ads@sun-herald.com All told, the area accounts river spans the cave’s walked on the formation on an expedition in Fort for about a fifth of the floor. A closer examina- say they’ve seen nothing Stanton Cave, N.M., on July 3. world’s recoverable oil and tion reveals that the odd else like it. Early studies natural gas reserves, the formation is an intricate point to its uniqueness: USGS says: 13 percent of the oil, 30 percent of crust of tiny calcite Already, some three IS YOUR A/C RUNNING crystals. dozen species of OUT OF STEAM? .. natural gas and 20 percent The explorers have microbes previously of natural gas liquids. reached Snowy River — unknown to science j thought to be the have been uncovered. Missile launch crew longest continuous cave New Mexico’s two U.S. 24 HO Clean & Check EMERGE UR 4 P Your Air Conditioner I falls asleep on job formation in the world. senators are pushing for “I think Snowy River is Congress to designate SERVICE NCY AL AVAILAB WAYS WASHINGTON — Three one of the primo places Fort Stanton Cave and “An Educated Customer is ballistic missile crew underground in the Snowy River as a nation- Our Best Customer” LE ___ 29_ _ _ members in North Dakota fell asleep while holding world and there’s still so much left that we al conservation area. The designation would NOW JUST $ 95 w/coupon classified launch code haven’t discovered. ... We protect the area from Offer ends 7/31/08. Ask for details. devices this month, don’t even know how big such activities as mining triggering an investigation it is,” said Jim Goodbar, that threaten the water by military and National a cave specialist with the flows that created the Security Agency experts, the Air Force said Thursday. federal Bureau of Land Management. cave. It also might generate funding for Quality The probe found that The survey expedition scientific research. Control Air, Inc. the missile launch codes air conditioning & duct cleaning conditining were not compromised, but the July 12 incident Sun Newspapers 941-766-1AIR 348325 comes on the heels of a series of missteps by the MEMBER of the Audit Bureau of Circulation (1247) Air Force that had already put the service under President..........................................Derek Dunn-Rankin................941-206-1001 intense scrutiny. Publisher..........................................David Dunn-Rankin................941-206-1003 The lapse, which Editor ...............................................Chris Porter.............................941-206-1134 involved a crew based at Managing Editor...............................John Hackworth......................941-206-1147 Minot Air Force Base, was DeSoto/Hardee Sun Editor..............Laura Schmid.........................863-494-0300 serious enough, however, DeSoto General Manager ................Joe Gallimore .........................863-494-0300 to prompt an investiga- tion by the 91st Missile Charlotte Sun Editor ........................Lorraine Schneeberger...........941-206-1168 Wing. And it delivers North Port Sun Editor.......................Elaine Allen-Emrich ................941-429-3003 another blow to the North Port General Manager............Steve Sachkar........................941-429-3003 beleaguered Air Force. 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  • 3. Friday, July 25, 2008/ The Sun FROM PAGE ONE www.sun-herald.com D/E/N/C Front Page 3 REAL: Charlotte County ranks high on the affordable housing list FROM PAGE 1 are about as low as have some confidence market, Dryburgh noted. sive price cutting is tive delegation and is a they’re going to go,” will be able to pay them At the opposite necessary to clear the Cape Coral homebuilder December through May Dryburgh said. back. extreme was Lee County, market. and real estate broker in topped its year-earlier Two of the three That leaves interest which turned its June “The banks have in private life. He noted that month in terms of houses elements needed to rates, and it’s here that sales volume around in a many cases gotten his own firm managed to sold, according to the restore balance to the Dryburgh sees some big way — 719 sales, or 29 access to properties that sell about $20 million in Realtors figures. And local real estate market room for action by the percent more than the were in default or that property over the last Dryburgh noted that it’s are already in place, Federal Reserve. The 588 houses sold in June, the banks were willing to quarter, which he charac- no accident that in all Dryburgh added. Sellers current mid-6 percent 2007. To achieve this negotiate over via short terizes as an encouraging these months, local have cut prices. Banks range for fixed 30-year volume, the median price sales,” he said. “It looks increase over last year sellers cut their prices have money to lend — all mortgages is scaring off had to drop 32 percent, like everyone has gotten and another bit of evi- more than the statewide the more so since the some potential buyers. from $253,900 to realistic about the right dence that the local average. subprime mortgage Get this down to the $172,400. pricing, and everyone’s market has bottomed out “What I’m noticing market is dead and upper 5 percent range State Rep. Gary Aubu- responding.” and will continue to now is that they’ve pretty lenders will only advance and many more buyers chon, R-Cape Coral, Aubuchon chairs the improve. well bottomed out, and money to people they would get into the explained that the aggres- Charlotte County legisla- E-mail: bfliss@sun-herald.com F R E E ON L I N E DEAD: Should the votes of the deceased count after they’re gone? 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  • 4. Front Page 4 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com FROM PAGE ONE The Sun /Friday, July 25, 2008 BUS Where are America’s oil refineries located? 50 Cent sues Taco Bell NEW YORK — 50 Cent has sued Taco Bell, claiming the fast-food restaurant chain is using his I lb .0 0 O Q name ? without permission in advertising that asks him to call himself 99 Cent. G IX The rapper 50 CENT says in a federal , lawsuit filed Wednesday that S/ i the Mexican-themed chain C7 features him in a print ad asking him to change his name to 79 Cent, 89 Cent or 01 0 . . 99 Cent. His real name is Curtis Jackson. The rapper’s court papers say the ad is part of Taco Bell’s “Why Pay More?” campaign, which promotes items for under a dollar, including Cinnamon Twists for 79 cents, Crunchy Tacos for 89 cents and Bean Burritos for 99 cents. More than 250,000 barrels per day The papers say the Irvine, Calif.-based company sent a 100,000 to 249,000 barrels per day bogus letter requesting the 50,000 to 99,000 barrels per day name change to the news 10,000 to 49,000 barrels per day media but not to the rapper. The rapper’s lawyer, Peter D. Fewer than 10,000 barrels per day Raymond, said his client didn’t learn about the letter or that he was featured in the ad campaign until he saw a news Alabama Hawaii Minnesota Oklahoma West Virginia report about it. Raymond said Three refineries processing Two refineries processing Two refineries processing Six refineries processing One refinery processing 148,700 barrels per day 147,500 barrels per day 335,000 barrels per day 488,700 barrels per day 19,400 barrels per day his client is seeking $4 million in damages. Alaska Illinois Mississippi Pennsylvania Wisconsin Taco Bell Corp. spokesman Six refineries processing Four refineries processing Four refineries processing Five refineries processing One refinery processing 375,900 barrels per day 896,000 barrels per day 364,800 barrels per day 775,000 barrels per day 33,000 barrels per day Rob Poetsch issued a state- ment saying: “We made a Arkansas Indiana Montana Tennessee Wyoming good faith, charitable offer to Two refineries processing Two refineries processing Four refineries processing One refinery processing Five refineries processing 76,800 barrels per day 433,000 barrels per day 180,000 barrels per day 158,000 barrels per day 50 Cent to change his name to 375,900 barrels per day either 79, 89 or 99 Cent for one California Kansas New Jersey Texas day by rapping his order at a 21 refineries processing Three refineries processing Six refineries processing 26 refineries processing Taco Bell, and we would have 2,117,201 barrels per day 303,200 barrels per day 728,000 barrels per day 4,925,500 barrels per day been very pleased to make the Colorado Kentucky New Mexico Utah $10,000 donation to the One refinery processing Three refineries processing Two refineries processing Five refineries processing .......................................... . charity of his choice.” 90,000 barrels per day 423,000 barrels per day 91,800barrels per day 163,600 barrels per day Delaware Louisiana North Dakota Virginia ALMANAC One refinery processing 16 refineries processing One refinery processing One refinery processing Today is Friday, July 25, the 175,000 barrels per day 2,945,800 barrels per day 60,000 barrels per day 58,600 barrels per day 207th day of 2008. There are 159 Ohio Washington Georgia Michigan days left in the year. One refinery processing One refinery processing 4 refineries processing Five refineries processing SUN MAP BY JOSH OLIVE 28,000 barrels per day 100,000 barrels per day 551,400 barrels per day 618,000 barrels per day Source: Wikipedia Today in history On July 25, 1956, the Italian liner Andrea Doria collided with the Swedish passenger ship Stockholm off the New England coast. 51 REFINERIES: Offshore oil drilling may not lead to new facilities FROM PAGE 1 would take years to break tion Administration. purgatory for years, wise move. people were killed. even on. And although no new although neither facility “Why would we want refinery suggest it would “There’s not a big facilities have been built, has a traditional big oil to invest billions of On this date take 10 to 15 years. incentive just for compa- expansions on existing company behind it. dollars annually in In 1868, Congress passed an “A lot of the impetus nies to go out philan- refineries have, for the But perhaps the largest expanding capacity,” act creating the Wyoming Territory. behind expanding thropically and build a last decade, produced the obstacle in building new Holbrook said, “only to In 1943, Benito Mussolini was capacity in the United refinery,” Cheney said. equivalent capacity of facilities is the fact that no have that abandoned 10 dismissed as premier of Italy by States through expansion Rising oil prices have one new large-scale one wants a refinery in years down the road Victor Emmanuel III, and placed projects at existing led to a steep decline in refinery per year, said his back yard. perhaps?” under arrest. (However, Mussolini facilities has purely been margins at refineries over Joanne Shore, a senior Enough pipelines have But with petroleum the was later rescued by the Nazis, and a matter of time,” he said. the past two quarters, petroleum analyst for the been put in place in the key ingredient behind re-asserted his authority.) “It gets product to Holbrook said. U.S. Energy Information U.S. that transporting oil everything from gasoline In 1946, the United States consumers faster than it “We’re the first to bear Administration. to a far-away refinery is to lipstick, it’s unrealistic detonated an atomic bomb near would be to build one the brunt of high crude “In general, it makes not a major concern. For to expect that U.S. Bikini Atoll in the Pacific in the first from the ground up.” prices,” he said. “We’ve more economic sense for example, oil drilled in dependence on oil will underwater test of the device. Another problem: got to buy the oil to make refiners to expand Alaska is sent to refineries subside anytime soon. In 1952, Puerto Rico became a Refineries require a huge the gasoline.” existing refineries,” Shore in California. “There’s still going to self-governing commonwealth of investment and don’t Thirty-two out of 50 said. And with rising oil be an incredible demand the United States. yield high profit margins, states currently have oil That’s not to say that prices fueling the current for our product,” Hol- In 1963, the United States, the Cheney said. Much like refineries in them. some companies aren’t political push to invest in brook said. “This country Soviet Union and Britain signed a with the time factor, it Together, they can trying to build new alternative energy is nowhere near close to treaty prohibiting the testing of makes more economic produce 17.4 million facilities. Proposed sources, oil companies replacing the hydrocar- nuclear weapons in the atmos- sense to expand existing barrels per calendar day refineries in South are left to wonder bon molecule.” phere, in space or underwater. facilities rather than make of crude oil, according to Dakota and Arizona have whether continuing oil In 1978, Louise Joy Brown, the a major investment that the U.S. Energy Informa- been in permitting refinery expansions is a E-mail: nhughes@sun-herald.com first “test tube baby,” was born in Oldham, England; she was conceived through in-vitro fertilization. MEMO: Interrogators told they would be safe from prosecution FROM PAGE 1 tion Act starting in 2004, The new documents employed, the identities prove they were tortured Today’s birthdays when the Abu Ghraib indicate that senior Bush of those present” and or coerced. Actress Barbara Harris is 73. “extreme acts” that cause prison abuse scandal administration officials other factors. “They will be very Rock musician Verdine White is pain similar in intensity to revealed detainee mis- were aware of the contro- Tenet’s memo also interested to know that 57. Singer-musician Jem Finer is that caused by death or treatment. Thursday’s versial and potentially authorized the use of document identifies 53. Model-actress Iman is 53. organ failure. That memo release adds to the problematic use of both “enhanced tech- techniques, how long Cartoonist Ray Billingsley was later rescinded by the growing record of the still certain interrogation niques” and “standard they were used and the (“Curtis”) is 51. Country singer Justice Department. secret program launched methods, including techniques,” and said names of the agents who Marty Brown is 43. Actor Matt Waterboarding is a after the Sept. 11 terrorist waterboarding. no other methods inflicted the torture,” ........................................... LeBlanc is 41. form of simulated drowning that critics call attacks. The new Bybee memo In a second memo, dated Jan. 28, 2003, then- could be used “unless otherwise approved by Jaffer said. “It is very important to those NEWS OF torture. CIA Director was obtained by the CIA Director George headquarters.” tribunals.” THE WEIRD Michael Hayden banned American Civil Liberties Tenet authorized CIA Jameel Jaffer, director A third document waterboarding in 2006 Union, along with two officers to interrogate a of the ACLU’s national released by the ACLU All-points bulletin but government officials other previously unre- terror suspect using an security project, said the Thursday is undated but Police in Osaka, Japan, have said it remains a leased documents “enhanced technique” Tenet document suggests likely was written in 2004, mobilized in January to possibility if approved by dealing with the CIA’s and ordered a record to the CIA at least contem- well after the last con- apprehend fugitive Hirofumi the attorney general, the interrogation program. be kept of it as the plated “super enhanced” firmed use of water- Fukuda, 27, who was wanted CIA chief and the The Bybee memo specifi- interrogation was hap- techniques that went boarding against a CIA for assaulting an officer . By president. cally approved proposed pening. It was not clear beyond waterboarding. prisoner. It addresses a the end of the two-hour Bush administration interrogation techniques whether such a record He also said the planned interrogation, episode, a helicopter and memos authorizing that were devised for use would be taken via notes, interrogation records, if saying that it should go 460 patrol cars, involving interrogation techniques against al-Qaida suspects videotape or audiotape, released, could be used forward only with the 2,240 law-enforcement have been leaked to the who were resistant to but it was to include the as evidence by defen- clear understanding of all officers, were on the case. press and released under traditional questioning “nature and duration of dants in military tri- policies pertaining to the — From wire reports the Freedom of Informa- methods. each such technique bunals at Guantanamo to treatment of prisoners.
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  • 6. Front Page 6 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com The Sun /Friday, July 25, 2008 FLORIDA REPORT Fort Myers Olympic AP FILE PHOTO welcomes y. s ? medalist’s talent lives on Mrs. Obama L R In this 2004 photo, four-time Olympic gold medalist Al Oerter stands in front of some of his artwork at the ACT gallery in downtown Fort Myers, By MATT CLARK Fla. Oerter died in 2007, but his final NAPLES DAILY NEWS Olympic effort will be headed to the FORT MYERS — Michelle Obama, wife of Beijing Games next month. “Art of the presumptive Democratic Presidential nominee Olympians,” an exhibit comprised of Sen. Barack Obama, held a fundraising event work from some of the world’s Thursday morning in Fort Myers. greatest athletes, is expected to open Obama spoke to over 500 support- in China on Aug. 8. About 30 copies ers who paid $100 or $500 a ticket of the art were transported from the to fill the Broadway Palms Dinner show’s home in Fort Myers, where Oerter’s family plans to open a Theater on Colonial Boulevard near permanent gallery for the works next the Midpoint Bridge. Her speech year. Al Oerter’s abstract works are began around 9 a.m. flurries of color — magentas and “It was very inspiring,” said greens and violets and golds — some OBAMA Naples resident Katerina Taylor, 13, created with the impact of his discus. after the event, which she attended with her family. “She had a lot to say, she put her heart into it.” During her speech, Obama alluded to the Scientists unfold northern lights’ mystery choice between her husband and John McCain, By MARCIA DUNN astronauts in orbit and of California, Los Angeles, An opposing theory has his Republican rival. AP AEROSPACE WRITER disrupt power and com- scientist Vassilis these geomagnetic events “In November, we’ve got a candidate who CAPE CANAVERAL — munications on Earth, Angelopoulos confirmed occurring much closer to believes the world as it is is just fine,” Obama Scientists have exposed scientists said. that the observed storm Earth, about one-sixth of said. “And then we’ve got this one guy, Barack some of the mystery A fleet of five small about 80,000 miles from the way to the moon. Obama, who believes we have to fight for the behind the northern lights. satellites, called Themis, Earth was triggered by a More Themis observations world as it should be.” On Thursday, NASA observed the beginning of phenomenon known as are needed to resolve the Throughout her speech, Obama threaded the released findings that a geomagnetic storm in magnetic reconnection. debate, said David Sibeck, idea that her husband can deliver the world as it indicate magnetic explo- February, while ground Every so often, the Earth’s NASA’s project scientist. should be when it comes to the War on Terror, sions about one-third of the observatories in Canada magnetic field lines are “Finally, we have the health care, education and the economy. She way to the moon cause the and Alaska recorded the stretched like rubber bands right instruments in the also shared several personal anecdotes, among northern lights, or aurora brightening of the north- by solar energy, snap, are right place at the right them how she met her husband. The first borealis, to burst in spec- ern lights. The southern thrown back to Earth and time, and it’s allowed meeting reportedly took place at the downtown tacular shapes and colors, lights — aurora australis reconnect, in effect creat- scientists to be able to Chicago law firm Sidney Austin, when Obama and dance across the sky. — also brightened and ing a short circuit. make the necessary was advising the firm’s summer associate from The findings should help darted across the sky at It’s this stored-up energy observations to settle this Harvard, her future partner in life. scientists better under- the same time. that powers the northern heated debate once and The event was the fourth in Florida for the stand the more powerful These auroral flare-ups and southern lights or, in for all,” said Nicola Fox, a presidential candidate’s wife in recent days, a but less common geomag- occur every two or three other words, causes them Johns Hopkins University campaign spokesperson said. A fundraising total netic storms that can days, on average. to dance, according to scientist who was not was not available from the Obama campaign. knock out satellites, harm A team led by University Angelopoulos. involved in the study. | OTHER HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE STATE Tampa man arrested Former guard indicted in attack on family on civil rights charges TAMPA — Hillsborough 10 JACKSONVILLE — A former deputies arrested a 21-year-old 11pa ac IJ 'o?E! Florida State Prison correctional man they say fatally stabbed his Tall ft ssee Jackso nrire officer has been indicted by a 10 father and attacked his mother federal grand jury on civil rights and sister. Suwanne e charges for allegedly pouring According to authorities, River St. JJ hr) hot water on an inmate in 2005. James Kenneth McElroy Riv& The three-page indictment by stabbed his three relatives Wednesday morning at the FLORIDA ylona Beach a federal grand jury against 43- year-old Paul Tillis was family’s Tampa home. McElroy announced Thursday by the fled and was arrested Wednes- day night. He is being held Woman critical Justice Department. The indictment only identifies without bail at the Hillsborough after car plunges Canaveral the inmate by his initials, J.W., County Jail. Mel and said the incident occurred His father, 49-year-old James into Tampa Bay Tampa 4 on Aug. 14, 2005. It does not say McElroy, died. His 53-year-old how seriously he was injured. CLEARWATER — A woman whose car St Vero Be mother, Karen, and 18-year-old — Associated Press careened off a causeway into Tampa 5ara4ata Fbdda ' s T sister Michelle are in the hospi- Bay is in critical condition after Arcodls tal in critical condition. bystanders pulled her from the water. Venice North Fbr1 Trial of trucker accused — Associated Press 5 Tampa General Hospital said Thurs- Charlaue in I-95 crash continues Punta day that 56-year-old Margaret DeMar- LOW Palm SeBct BUNNELL — The trial of a Planned Parenthood co’s condition is critical. DeMarco’s car Qkood t7b o trucker charged with killing two opens Manatee clinic hit a guardrail and plunged into the Flagler College students on Na Fart Lauderdale ONECO — Planned Parent- water off the Courtney Campbell Interstate 95 continues. Causeway between Tampa and Hialeah hood officially opened its first Miguel A. Leon of Ponte Vedra health center in Manatee Clearwater Wednesday evening. iarnl is charged with two counts of County on Wednesday night The sheriff’s office said DeMarco was EVEROLADES vehicular homicide. Prosecutors thrown from the car and then pulled NATIONAL PARK when supporters gathered to say he slammed his tractor- celebrate the event after from the water by several motorists trailer rig into the back of a decades of opposition. who witnessed the accident. Volkswagen Beetle, killing two But critics were still present as DeMarco’s car hydroplaned on the ow Flagler College students sitting Key Wesel d % more than three dozen peaceful wet road before hitting the guardrail. in the backseat. Eighteen-year- protesters gathered in front of — Associated Press old Jessica Kaufman, and 20- the clinic at 1105 53rd Ave. E., year-old Lindsay Chain died, holding signs that read, “Pray to Suspect in Bonita murder has Teen sues all-girls school while two others — the driver end abortion.” life sentence reduced in England over alleged bullying and a person in the passenger Nevertheless, the protesters’ seat — were injured. presence did not dampen the NAPLES — A man suspected of ordering a MIAMI — A teenage girl has sued her During testimony Wednesday, enthusiasm of more than 100 hitman to kill his wife’s on-again-off-again private, all-girls Catholic school, claiming it a witness testified Leon braked supporters who cheered when lover more than a decade ago in Bonita allowed bullying to spread from the class- at least twice before he hit the the ceremonial ribbon was cut. Springs won a small victory in a foreign court room to online social networks. VW. The witness — another — Bradenton Herald in an unrelated murder case this week. The lawsuit was filed Tuesday in Circuit trucker — said Leon’s truck More than a decade ago, Bonita Springs Court against Our Lady of Lourdes Academy, brake lights come on two or 42-cent fountain body builder Markus Mueller was found shot the Archdiocese of Miami and Archbishop three times and she had to slow thief still in jail to death, and the man authorities believed John Favalora. down because Leon slowed. ordered the hit was David Bieber. According to the filing, the victim, whose FORT MYERS — The Hungari- Bieber’s wife at the time had been Mueller’s name was not included in the lawsuit, was Polk County schools can an immigrant arrested for girlfriend, and Mueller and Bieber were also verbally and physically taunted at school by no longer spank kids stealing 42 cents from a foun- competitors in other arenas: in bodybuilding, classmates and that the harassment eventual- tain in a Naples mall was and, allegedly, dealing steroids. ly moved online to Facebook, where she was LAKELAND — Polk County spending his third day in jail While the shooter in the 1995 slaying, David allegedly targeted with a “hate page.” That elementary school principals Thursday. Snipes, stood trial in Florida and was convict- site allegedly broadcast a threat to “kill the can no longer discipline stu- That means taxpayers spent ed and sentenced to death — a sentence that flea,” referring to the victim. dents by spanking them. $264.54 to detain him, or $88.18 was later changed to life in prison — Bieber Both the defendant and a spokeswoman for The county’s school board cents a day. fled the country. the archdiocese, Mary Ross Agosta, say there Tuesday changed the district’s Laslo Mujzer, 43, a Hungarian Bieber, now 42, turned up in England in was a meeting at the school between the code of conduct to ban corporal citizen living in Bonita Springs, late 2003 after he was arrested for fatally accused bullies and the alleged victim. Agosta punishment. was arrested Monday on a petty shooting a law enforcement officer who was says the bullies were suspended for their Previously, a signed form by theft charge accusing him of trying to take him into custody. He was found actions, but the lawsuit claims the harass- parents allowed principals to stealing coins from a fountain guilty of that crime and sentenced to life in ment continued, and included threats of administer spankings if the outside Coastland Center mall. prison. harm to retaliate for reporting the behavior. child misbehaved. — Fort Myers News Press — Naples Daily News — Associated Press — Associated Press
  • 7. Friday, July 25, 2008/ The Sun STATE NEWS www.sun-herald.com D/E/N/C Front Page 7 | STATE Missing girl found dead after search Gizmo House promotes autonomy By LISA ORKIN EMMANUEL the Storck Center’s five FORT LAUDERDALE — ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER homes because the Authorities have identi- PLANTATION — From residents have the most fied a decomposing body the outside, the one-story self-sufficient skills, as that of a 13-year-old pink house on the quiet, McGuire said. But they are girl who had been tree-lined street looks like assisted around-the-clock missing for three weeks. any other in South Flori- by two or three aides. The body of Neica Marie da’s suburbia. But once The technology, by Gibbs of Fort Lauderdale you go through the glass Crestron Electronics Inc., was found wrapped in a double doors, it’s obvious is custom designed and tarp in front of a trash — this home is different. programmed. The Gizmo bin Wednesday. Doors and lights open House’s system cost Police said the trash bin and close by pressing a $60,000 to design and was just steps away from a touch-screen that looks install. The touch-screens home where Neica was like a giant remote cost $2,000 each. supposed to attend a control. The height of the “There are no two sleepover three weeks ago. kitchen table is also systems that are alike,” controlled by the panel, said Jeff Singer, the Fort Lauderdale as are the curtains. There Rockleigh, N.J., compa- airport among the is a rotating shelf system ny’s marketing and AP PHOTO that acts as a pantry. communications director. cheapest This is Gizmo House, Bennie Merchant, 41, talks to group home manager Stacey Verity as he watches televi- The touch panel sends FORT LAUDERDALE — where six people with sion, July 2, in Gizmo House, a group home where Merchant, his twin brother and four commands to a central A U.S. Department of multiple developmental others with various multiple developmental disabilities live in Plantation. control system, which Transportation report has disabilities live as inde- 44-year-old Linda least $600,000 and he The state’s Agency for then can control or ranked Fort Lauderdale- pendently as possible. Cothran, who has been estimates he will need to Persons with Disabilities automate virtually any- Hollywood International Operated by the Ann living at Gizmo House find an additional $1.6 said all providers are thing in the home, he said. airport as the fourth Storck Center and funded since it opened. “Please million to run the homes facing cuts. Stacey Verity, Gizmo cheapest in the nation. in part by the state and tell them not to close our for 2008-2009. “They are going to have House’s manager, said The study, which was federal government, home down.” He’s not sure how that to make choices and the technology allows the released Wednesday, residents are now wor- Jim McGuire, the will be made up, but he changes, but hopefully residents to do to more looked at affordability ried about the 10-year- center’s executive direc- vows it will. they will survive,” said for themselves. and drop in airfares. old home’s future as the tor, said the deficit this “I can’t allow Linda’s Melanie Etters, an ADP “They don’t have to rely Average fares at the state undergoes severe year for Gizmo House fears to become her life. spokeswoman. on the staff to get their airport fell 7.7 percent to budget cuts. and four other homes his That’s just not going to Gizmo House is the snacks, to open doors,” $238 in the first quarter, “We’re a family,” said group operates will be at happen,” cheapest to maintain of Verity said. according to the report. Nationwide, airfares rose 4.4 percent in the first quarter. Only airports in Atlantic City, N.J., Dallas’ Beachgoers ignore warnings, risk drowning in gulf Love Field and Burbank, By JON MILTIMORE they were gone,” said one ment even brought in the children’s parents Then I heard a call for PANAMA CITY NEWS HERALD woman, who declined to extra workers in anticipa- didn’t stop them from help,” Tyrrell said. Calif. were considered less expensive destinations. PANAMA CITY BEACH give her name. tion of a busy day. wading into deep waters. Prompted by Memori- — For the second con- The unidentified man “The gulf is normally a “They were out there a al Day weekend drown- Woman takes $20K secutive day, Hurricane and woman were talking pretty calm body of good ways,” said Shires, ings in the county, the Dolly turned the water as ambulances took them water, but when it gets who believed the boys Panama City Beach City from courthouse off Bay beaches into a away. rough, it gets rough,” were OK. Council has proposed an PANAMA CITY — A danger zone, as authori- One man was not as Humphreys said. Ronnie Tyrrell, a ordinance to add life- woman used fake docu- ties worked diligently to fortunate. Phyllis Shires wit- Mississippi resident guards at several sites ments, not a gun, to steal keep swimmers out of According to Panama nessed three teens vacationing here, said he within the city limits. $20,000 from one of the the water. City Beach police reports, rescued by a beach immediately noticed the Council members will most heavily guarded Despite double-red a 56 year-old Georgia service crew on jets skis. teens. continue discussion on locations in Bay County: flags signaling the gulf man was pulled from the Shires, a Panama City “I noticed they were the ordinance at a the courthouse. water was off limits, gulf in the 10600 block of Beach resident, said she really far out, farther meeting at 2 p.m. CDT The woman, who is swimmers frolicked in Front Beach Road. The became nervous when than anyone I could see. Thursday at City Hall. identified in a Sheriff’s the rough surf, and man, identified by Beach Office incident report as several had to be rescued. Police as Jeff B. Evert, Michelle Boyette, came to One man who was pulled was transported to Bay the courthouse in early from the water and taken County Medical Center, June and claimed to to a hospital later died, where he died later of an represent a family that according to a Panama “unknown medical was owed more than City Beach news release. condition.” $20,000 in surplus funds At about 3 p.m. Further details on the from the tax deed sale of Wednesday, a helicopter incident will become a property owned by and rescue vehicles sped available once a medical Tracy Wilson, who died in to the 17800 block of examination is com- 1986, and Gladys Wilson, who died in 1993. Front Beach Road to rescue a man and plete, according to Maj. 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  • 8. Front Page 8 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com NATIONAL/HEALTH NEWS The Sun /Friday, July 25, 2008 | NATION New disability rules $48B global cause concern WASHINGTON — AIDS bill passes Miniature golf courses By JIM ABRAMS of Bush’s harshest critics are among the millions of ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER both in Congress and businesses and other WASHINGTON — The around the world. Both public facilities that House voted Thursday to Democrats and Republi- would be affected by triple money to fight cans hailed it as one of proposed regulatory AIDS, malaria and the most significant changes under the tuberculosis around the accomplishments of the Americans with Disabili- world, giving new life and Bush presidency. ties Act, the milestone new punch to a program The United States, said 1990 civil rights law that credited with saving or Rep. Howard Berman, D- prohibits discrimination prolonging millions of Calif., chairman of the on the basis of disability. lives in Africa alone. House Foreign Affairs The proposed regula- The 303-115 vote sends Committee, “has given AP FILE PHOTO the global AIDS bill to hope to millions infected tions address a wide range In this 2005 photo, two destroyers are under construction at Bath Iron Works, in Bath, President Bush for his with the HIV virus, which of facilities — including Maine. Growing costs and vulnerability to anti-ship missiles sank the Navy’s once- signature. Bush, who first just a few years ago was access to courthouses, heralded “stealth destroyer,” a highly advanced warship designed to slip close to the floated the idea of a tantamount to a death drinking fountains, campaign against the shore unnoticed and pummel targets with big guns boasting pinpoint accuracy. sentence.” amusement park rides, scourge of AIDS in his According to a study by stadium and theater seating, fishing piers, boat slips and bowling lanes — Cost a big factor in 2003 State of the Union speech, supports the five- year, $48 billion plan. UNAIDS and the Kaiser Family Foundation, the United States provided and establish specific requirements for qualify- ing accessible designs. For decision to sack destroyer Passage of the bill culminated a rare instance of cooperation one-fifth of AIDS funding from all sources — governments, interna- miniature golf courses, 50 PORTLAND, Maine many new technologies into the newer warship. between the White House tional aid groups and the percent of the holes would (AP) — Growing costs on an untested plat- The DDG-1000’s and the Democratic- private sector — in 2007. have to be accessible for and vulnerability to form. The originally growing cost came as controlled Congress. It About 40 percent of the players in wheelchairs. anti-ship missiles sank envisioned 32 ships the Navy is trying to was “born out of a $4.9 billion disbursed in the Navy’s once-herald- dipped to 12 and then expand to a 313-ship willingness to work 2007 from the G-8 coun- US wants to hand ed “stealth destroyer,” a seven as costs grew. fleet. Officially, the new together and put the tries, Europe and other $226M to Pakistan highly advanced war- “I don’t think this ships are to cost roughly United States on the right donor governments came ship designed to slip thing was a shock double the $1.3 billion side of history when it from the United States. WASHINGTON — The close to the shore because fundamentally price of a Burke destroy- comes to this global The legislation approves State Department wants unnoticed and pummel the whole program was er. But estimates for the pandemic,” said Rep. spending of $5 billion for to use about two-thirds targets with big guns. a big fat target for many first two run as high as Barbara Lee, D-Calif., a malaria and $4 billion for of its proposed military Faced with cost years,” said Jay Korman, $5 billion. leader on the issue. tuberculosis, the leading equipment aid for estimates upward of $5 defense analyst at The Another problem with The current $15 billion cause of death for people Pakistan’s anti-terrorism billion per ship, the Navy Avascent Group. the DDG-1000 design act, which expires at the with AIDS. It authorizes programs to help the key had no choice but to let Sen. Susan Collins, a was its potential vulner- end of September, has spending of up to $2 billion U.S. ally upgrade its its prized DDG-1000 member of the Armed ability. Bombarding the helped bring lifesaving next year for the interna- aging fleet of U.S.-made Zumwalt destroyer Services Committee, shore with guns is anti-retroviral drugs to tional Global Fund to Fight F-16 fighter planes. program end after the said Wednesday that the cheaper than using some 1.7 million people AIDS. The measure also The planes traditionally first two ships are built, Navy instead plans to missiles, but the ship and supported care for provides $2 billion, on top have not been used in analysts said Wednesday. build nine more of its would be vulnerable to nearly 7 million. The of the $48 billion, for anti-terrorism opera- Congressional investi- current Arleigh Burke attack if it came within President’s Emergency American Indian water, tions, and Pakistan sees gators long had been destroyers, possibly 100 miles of shore to use Plan for AIDS Relief, health and law enforce- the planes as a chit in its concerned that the Navy with some added its 155-millimeter guns, known as PEPFAR, has ment programs. arms race against rival tried to incorporate too capabilities that went Thompson said. won plaudits from some India. Congress must approve the switch, which was requested days before Pakistan’s new prime minister, Early ovarian cancer difficult to detect How is your Yousuf Raza Gilani, is due DEAR DR. DONOHUE: Dr. you are not one of those contact dermatitis, a to meet President Bush at I am a 60-plus woman women. sensitivity your skin has the White House. who gets an annual Pap Donohue Transvaginal ultra- developed to the metal The Bush administration test and a colonoscopy Readers may sound, an ultrasound in your earrings. Nickel is every five years. My picture of the ovaries with the metal most often BNA is feeling its way in its write Dr. dealings with Pakistan’s father, grandmother, aunt Donohue at the unit positioned in the responsible. If the gold is new leaders, who are and cousin all died of P.O. Box vagina, provides valuable 14 karat, it probably friendly to the U.S. but far colon cancer. I have been 536475, information on the contains nickel. Silver less closely allied than the having abdominal Orlando, ovaries. It, too, is imprac- jewelry is usually safe, discomfort just prior to a Florida 32853-6475. tical for general screening. but the clasps and solder formerly supreme leader, President Pervez Mushar- bowel movement, and Removing the ovaries on it can have nickel. raf. Musharraf retains his my abdomen is begin- Family history is another is a preventive step If this is allergic post but with less authori- ning to protrude. My risk for getting it. You offered to women who contact dermatitis, the ty. The prime minister’s colonoscopy doctor said I have none of these risks, are in great danger of best treatment is stop- Business Name government has struck could wait another year which should provide you developing this cancer — ping the use of the Awareness proposed partnerships for a colon check because some relief. 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He pressure, stomach pain, pierced ears started to now equal to boys’ said it was unreliable, but frequent urination and reject (bleeding, itching, WASHINGTON — that many women opt to feeling full after taking swelling) my earrings. I Sixteen years after Barbie have their ovaries only a little food are some have used 14-karat gold, dolls declared, “Math removed to prevent of these signs and symp- sterling silver and cheap Business Name Awareness class is tough!” girls are ovarian cancer. Should I toms. If two or three of metal earrings. What is proving that when it have that done? — N.F. these things occur daily the cause? Is there a comes to math they are ANSWER: Last year in for two or three weeks, solution? — E.L. 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  • 9. Friday, July 25, 2008/ The Sun www.sun-herald.com D/E/N/C Front Page 9 NORTHERN REPORT 9/11 victim payback Sick residents, students get $30 million WASHINGTON (AP) _ time, New York elected Center site, said he and Federal officials said officials have charged the other lawmakers “fought Thursday they will give Bush administration has tooth and nail to see that $30 million to offer not done enough to track these people were provid- health services to New and treat those illnesses ed with the care they York residents and or the needs of non- need. As we approach the students affected by the recovery workers, such as seventh anniversary of Sept. 11 attacks and their the people who lived and 9/11, I am relieved that aftermath. went to school in lower the Bush administration The Atlanta-based Manhattan near the has given up their stall Centers for Disease disaster site. tactics and finally begun Control announced it CDC Director Julie to release this funding.” would distribute the Gerberding said the Government efforts to money to as many as agency has “never done treat 9/11-related three hospitals or clinics, anything like this.” illnesses have proceeded based on the grant The $30 million effort fitfully in the years since AP PHOTO applications they receive. to treat residents and the attacks, due to Since the 2001 terrorist attacks, thousands of students is “our good faith estimate and if disagreements about how many people are The latest campaign stop ground zero recovery we’re wrong we will sick, who should pay for Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., makes a campaign stop to workers have com- adjust,” she said. the treatment, and a talk with small business leaders, Thursday, at the Schmidt’s Restaurant and Banquet plained they were Rep. Jerrold Nadler, a separate legal fight Haus in Columbus, Ohio. At right is Duane Hickerson, partner and founder of Relay Gear. sickened by exposure to Democrat whose district between workers and toxic debris. At the same includes the World Trade New York City. MASSACHUSETTS hoping golf balls will be a smaller budget also was MASSACHUSETTS NORTHAMPTON — hit among U.S. soldiers. turned down. The group Officials have unveiled a The Detroit News reports wanted to hold a “pro-life House initially approves plan to revamp the nearly 200-year-old Three-County Fairgrounds in Northamp- the lodge and its 300 members spent nearly five months collecting trivia game” on a stage at Student Center North Commons, a busy area, gender-neutral law ton. Supporters of the 55- acre fairground say it’s in need of a major facelift. about 40,000 golf balls for soldiers overseas. Other lodges and businesses but was told by campus officials to use another area, according to the BOSTON (AP) — The Massachusetts insulted, considering we’re 52 percent Fairgrounds general were among those making lawsuit. House of Representatives has given its of the population,” said Atkins. manager Bruce Shallcross donations. The suburban initial approval to a bill that would Atkins still remembers how incredu- told the Daily Hampshire Detroit lodge plans to OHIO require all future legislation be written lous it was to read masculine pronoun Gazette of Northampton present buckets filled with in language that is gender neutral. in a bill related to nursing. that the board was CINCINNATI — The balls Saturday at Selfridge The one-paragraph bill says legisla- “I thought I must have picked up the impressed with a master Cincinnati Zoo plans to use Air National Guard Base tion should contain non-gendered wrong legislation because it was all, ‘he’ plan received Tuesday. The a $1.5 million state grant to near Mount Clemens. phrases such as “he/she” or “his/her,” this, ‘he’ that, when nursing is predom- marquee attraction would help pay for a breeding instead of following past practice and inantly a female profession,” she said. be a new 80,000 square TRAVERSE CITY — An facility for 28 species of using the masculine pronoun by default. The Massachusetts bill was sent to the foot exhibition buildingenvironmental group that endangered cats. The zoo is The legislation was inspired when Committee on Bills in the Third Reading coordinates Adopt-A- that could host events year known for its wild animal Rep. Cory Atkins, a Democrat, read a on Wednesday, meaning it could come bill related to nursing more than a back for a vote before the full chamber round. Three new show Beach cleanup programs breeding programs. year ago and noticed all the mascu- at any time. Members expect support in rings would be added andis helping the U.S. Coast Officials say the center will line pronouns. the Senate, where Therese Murray Guard search for the nearly every structure on be built on property the zoo “If you’re a guy, you think this is no serves as the first female president in the the site would be demol-source of garbage washing owns in southwestern big deal. And if you’re a woman, you’re chamber’s history. up on Lake Michigan ished and replaced by new Warren County and will be buildings. beaches. The Alliance for first of its kind at any North the Great Lakes is calling American zoo. NEW YORK “Gazillion Bubbles Show.” children in one bubble. BOSTON — State public for volunteers to scour MINEOLA — Long Island Someone has stolen the health officials are warn- beaches along Michigan’s COLUMBUS — The officials have now closed show’s specialized soapy FORT DRUM — Fort ing lobster lovers to avoid western coastline. They’re Columbus Symphony says more than two dozen local bubble solution, which Drum’s weekly newspaper the soft green substance being asked to collect the it won’t open its classical beaches over concerns takes two months to has a new name — “The found in the body cavity of debris and record any season this fall, the most that storm water runoff make. A show spokesman Mountaineer.” Fort Drum lobsters. The tomalley is labels or other informa- recent cancellation by the could spike high levels of says 3.4 tons of bubble officials ran a contest to considered a delicacy by tion that would help cash-strapped organiza- bacteria. A day after solution and 6,000 toys pick a new name, and R.D. some seafood aficionados, determine where it came tion. Symphony manage- closing four south shore went missing in the June Murphy of the Army post’s but the state Department from. Household and ment said in a statement beaches, Nassau County 10 break-in at a Hoboken, public affairs office says of Public Health says this street trash has shown up Wednesday that the 2008- health officials said N.J., warehouse. The readers picked “The part of the lobster can on beaches as far south as 09 classical concert season Thursday that 18 beaches interactive “Gazillion Mountaineer” over five build up high levels of Saugatuck and as far won’t begin in October, on Long Island Sound also Bubbles Show” was other finalists. The newspa- toxins and pollutants. north as Sleeping Bear and at least 10 perfor- were being closed until created by renowned per is changing its name That’s of particular con- Dunes National Lakeshore mances through early further notice. Suffolk bubble artist Fan Yang. It from “The Fort Drum cern this year because of in recent weeks. December are canceled. County health officials features dazzling light Blizzard” as part of a red tide, a toxic algae that have closed three beaches effects, lasers and lots of redesign. Many readers felt closed shellfish beds along DETROIT — A student LUCASVILLE — Author- in various locations. bubbles — some so the old name left the large swathes of New group is suing Wayne State ities say they foiled a plot intricate or big they have misleading impression the England’s coast earlier this University over the denial to help a killer escape from NEW YORK — The smoke, other bubbles or northern New York home of summer. Eating shellfish of money for a week of a maximum-security Ohio bubble might have burst even people inside them. the 10th Mountain Division with high levels of the anti-abortion events, prison where he is serving for off-Broadway’s Yang has put up to four is always cold and snowy. toxin can cause potentially saying its free-speech rights a life sentence. FBI and fatal paralytic shellfish were violated last spring. state agents took 53-year- | CANADIAN NEWS BRIEFS — from AP wire reports poisoning. Students for Life said it is a old Derrick Hancock into registered campus organi- custody on a suspected Border guard workers at a high-tech hunting methods are BOSTON — The Massa- zation. And like other parole violation last week arrested for drugs firm reported that he’d humane and he supports chusetts Turnpike Authority groups, it believes it should at his home in Cleveland. visited New York and any effort by Ottawa paid 43 employees $100,000 be entitled to a portion of No charges have been filed MONTREAL — RCMP Washington a few weeks aimed at getting the or more last year even as it student fees. The group in the alleged plot to say they’ve arrested a before the terrorist attacks. European Union to struggles with $2.4 billion in said it sought $4,000 from spring 33-year-old customs officer in con- When he returned to dump the proposed ban. debt. A payroll analysis by Wayne State’s Student Christopher Harris from nection with their investi- work, Asad was told by his Under legislation the Boston Herald found Council for snacks, T-shirts, the Southern Ohio Correc- gation into a drug ring. bosses that police were introduced Wednesday, that the agency has 24 fliers and publicity, but the tional Facility. The border guard called for a legitimate the EU’s 27-member employees with six-figure request was rejected. A will be charged with reason saying he resem- states would ban seal — From wire reports salaries, while another 19 corruption. bled the terrorists involved products from countries boosted their pay past the The customs officer in the 9-11 attacks. where hunting practices $100,000 mark with worked at the Lacolle, The B.C. Human are deemed inhumane B.N.A??? Rights Tribunal con- — though the proposal overtime work, including Que., border crossing cluded that the compa- does not offer a defini- two who hang road signs. into the United States. ny’s management tion of what constitutes The agency also paid 51 toll The investigation involved Mounties from engaged in “improper inhumane treatment. collectors $70,000 or more, conduct” that had a Nova Scotia has a with overtime. I Quebec and New Brunswick. “serious and substantial yearly quota of 12,000 impact” on Asad. grey seals, but hunters MICHIGAN F ? ? Business Name Awareness I Muslim man gets have rarely taken more Fisheries minister than a few hundred ROYAL OAK — The $11K in human 348565 rights case wants to expand annually. Royal Oak Elks Lodge is seal hunt VANCOUVER — A Making the M o st Muslim man of Arab descent has been award- NOVA SCOTIA — A day after the European of your SPACE How is your ed $11,000 by the B.C. Union introduced a B.N.A? 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  • 10. Front Page 10 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com WORLD NEWS The Sun /Friday, July 25, 2008 | WORLD Libya halts oil Obama addresses shipments to Switzerland crowd in Berlin TRIPOLI, Libya — Libya BERLIN (AP) — “People of Berlin, has halted all of its oil Cheered by an enormous people of the world, this deliveries to Switzerland international crowd, is our moment. This is and barred Swiss ships Democratic presidential our time,” he declared. from its ports to protest contender Barack Obama “The walls between old the arrest of Moammar on Thursday summoned allies on either side of the Gadhafi’s son in Geneva, Europeans and Ameri- Atlantic cannot stand,” a state-run shipping cans together to “defeat Obama said, speaking not company said Thursday. terror and dry up the well far from where the Berlin Libya’s General National of extremism that sup- Wall once divided the city. Maritime Transportation ports it” as surely as they “The walls between the Company stopped oil conquered communism a countries with the most shipments to Switzerland generation ago. and those with the least on Wednesday, said the Obama said he was cannot stand. The walls head of the company, Ali speaking as a citizen, not between races and tribes, Bilhajj Ahmed. The as a president, but the natives and immigrants, company says it is the only evening was awash in Christians and Muslims Libyan-based firm supply- politics as the first-term and Jews cannot stand,” ing oil to Switzerland. U.S. senator sought to he said. Libya supplies more than AP PHOTO burnish his international Obama’s speech was 50 percent of Switzerland’s credentials for the fall the centerpiece of a fast- crude imports, which totaled some 2.5 million Fishing in an effort to survive campaign at home. His remarks before a crowd paced tour through Europe designed to Tin Tin Latt, 33, stands in front of her hut with two of her three remaining children estimated at more than reassure skeptical voters tons in 2007, according to Sunday, in a Pyapong fishing village in the Irrawady Delta, Myanmar. Tin Tin Latt, who lost the latest available Swiss 200,000 inevitably invited in the U.S. about his her fisherman husband and two other children during last May’s cyclone, may now have comparison to historic ability to lead the country government figures. to fish to help her family survive. Tin Tin Latt is among thousands of widows of fishermen in Myanmar’s cyclone-devastated Irrawaddy delta who have been forced to become speeches in the same city and take a frayed cross- by Presidents Kennedy Atlantic alliance in a new Comedy stunt breadwinners without land to farm or the means to earn money from the sea. Cyclone and Reagan. direction after the Bush shocks airport staff Nargis, which struck in early May, killed 84,500 people and left 54,000 missing, according to the ruling junta, in the worst natural disaster in Myanmar’s modern history Now a presidential administration. STOCKHOLM, Sweden — and the world’s fifth deadliest in the past 40 years. Of the dead, 27,000 were fishermen, candidate himself, Obama met earlier in Swedish airport staff were the regime says, although aid workers believe the actual number is far higher. Obama borrowed the day with German not amused when a team rhetoric from his own Chancellor Angela Merkel from a TV comedy show appeals to campaign for a discussion that tried to check in a suitcase with a dwarf inside. Employees at Bromma Rice says US-India nuclear audiences this year in the likes of Berlin, N.H., as he spoke in one of the great ranged across the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, climate change, energy airport called police when the dwarf hopped out of the suitcase at the deal good for the world cities of Europe. issues and more. PERTH, Australia (AP) But Rice said India communist political check-in counter. Police soon found that it was a stunt being filmed by a hidden camera for a — Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Thursday that a pro- posed U.S.-India nuclear has a good record of not spreading its nuclear technology and that safeguards are built into parties withdrew their support for his govern- ment this month to protest the agreement, B usiness What program on private TV network Kanal 5. energy deal is good for both countries and for the deal. She added that its approval would help fearing it would draw India closer to the is your N global efforts to reduce India meet its huge United States. Iraqis enjoy Visa the spread of atomic demand for energy Though Singh made BNA program expansion technology and green- without using oil, coal enemies in his bid to BAGHDAD — The U.S. house gas emissions. and other petroleum products. push ahead with the nuclear deal, he had the ame Embassy on Thursday In her first public comments on the “India is a country backing of India’s power- launched an expanded A agreement since India’s that has tremendously ful business community immigration program growing demand for and won the vote. that provides 5,000 more government won a confidence vote that energy,” she said. “It is In addition to con- warness visas each year for Iraqis a country that, if it gressional approval, the paves its way forward, who have put themselves at risk by working for the Rice said the Bush tries to meet that deal requires India to Business Name U.S. government. administration would demand through strike separate agree- Awareness The new guidelines press U.S. lawmakers to approve the agreement carbon-based sources for energy, is going to ments with the Interna- tional Atomic Energy Coming represent a 10-fold in the coming months. contribute dramatical- Agency as well as the Soon!!! ????? 348547 increase in the number of “I think we can make ly to the continued Nuclear Suppliers visas and extend the a very good case that growth of greenhouse Group of countries that 348553 applicable categories this is not just a land- gas emissions.” export nuclear material. beyond an existing mark deal but a positive India imports about Rice made her com- 4190.p program for interpreters landmark deal,” she told 75 percent of its oil, and ments on a flight to to include all Iraqis who reporters aboard her Singh has argued the Perth, Australia, with have worked for the U.S. plane as she flew from country needs the Australian Foreign government, the military an Asian security nuclear deal to power its Minister Stephen Smith, or related contractors conference in Singapore financial growth and lift a Perth native. Australia and sub-contractors. to Australia. hundreds of millions of holds 40 percent of the The Bush administra- “It’s certainly our its 1.1 billion citizens world’s known uranium tion has come under hope that we can get out of poverty. reserves and is a key criticism from advocacy through all the process- On Tuesday, Singh member of the suppliers groups and lawmakers es and get this done in was forced to call a group, where support for how it has dealt with the Congress, and we confidence vote after for the deal is crucial. Iraqi employees who are going to work very have frequently been expeditiously toward targeted by anti-U.S. that goal,” Rice said. insurgents seeking to President Bush called Connecting Children, derail American efforts to Indian Prime Minister stabilize the country. 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  • 11. DOW BUSINESS 11,349.28 -283.10 ........................................................................................................ . NYSE ................................... ................................... .................................. 8,369.91 -210.66 . NASDAQ ................................... ................................... .................................. 2,280.11 -45.77 . S&P 500 1,252.54 -29.65 Friday, July 25, 2008 www.sun-herald.com Editor: Bob Fliss Jobless claims hit four-month high By JEANNINE AVERSA That matched the level seen rise in claims underscores the sold in June was $215,100, a 6.1 AP ECONOMICS WRITER in late March. The last time deterioration in employment percent decline from a year ago. WASHINGTON — The claims were higher was after the conditions. That was the fifth largest year- MALCOLM BERKO number of newly laid off people devastation of the Gulf Coast Another report out Thursday over-year price drop on record. Debt relief plan filing claims for unemployment benefits bolted past 400,000 last hurricanes in mid-September 2005. Then, they spiked to showed a housing market still in chaos, a huge problem that has The median price is the mid- point where half sell for more sounds too week as companies trimmed their work forces to cope with a 425,000. The new snapshot of layoffs spawned damage throughout the economy. and half sell for less. On Wall Street, the fresh batch good to be true slowing economy and fallout from a collapsed housing was worse than economists were forecasting. They were Sales of previously owned homes dropped 2.6 percent to a of economic news pulled stocks lower. The Dow Jones industri- market. expecting claims to rise to seasonally adjusted pace of 4.86 als were off more than 100 D ear Mr. Berko: During The Labor Department report- 375,000 according to the million units in June, the points in morning trading. the past six years we’ve ed Thursday that the number of consensus estimate of Wall National Association of Realtors The White House, while accumulated $63,600 in new applications filed for these Street economists surveyed by reported. With a glut of unsold noting that layoff filings can debt with credit cards, a benefits rose by a seasonally Thomson/IFR. and foreclosed homes on the bounce around from week to $171,000 mortgage and we adjusted 34,000 to 406,000 for the A year ago, new claims were market, prices continued to sag. owe $92,600 on our home week ending July 19. much lower — at 308,000. The The median price for a home JOBLESS | P12 equity loan. Well, we didn’t expect the economy to get bad. Now I’m way behind on my mortgage, my home equity loan at 9.5 percent, which used to be 3.5 percent, and the 21 percent interest on my credit cards exceeds my $900 to Ford posts $8.7 billion loss $1,000 cumulative monthly payments. I’m getting deeper Bleeding and deeper in debt because the banks and credit card companies made it so easy to cash, Ford borrow as much money as I needed. My wife and I earn $62,000 a year and we can’t looks to make it. But I heard this John Cummuta guy on XM Satellite Radio discussing his “Trans- Europe forming Debt into Equity” By TOM KRISHER and DEE-ANN DURBIN deal. He promises that he can AP AUTO WRITERS show us how to make all our DEARBORN, Mich. — Bleeding cash and with its very survival uncertain, debts disappear, including our . OtIISYIlle Ford Motor Co., an icon of American home loan, in less than seven Assembly automaking, will try to import some of years and then retire as its success from across the Atlantic. millionaires in nine more years Ford reported its worst-ever quarterly using only the $62,000 we earn loss Thursday and announced plans to today. Please tell us what you bring over six small, fuel-efficient cars it think. If Mr. Cummuta can makes in Europe and start selling them really get us out from under AP PHOTO in North America, where Ford is losing this heavy debt that the banks A Mercury Mountaineer sits outside Ford’s Louisville Assembly Plant, Thursday, in Louisville, Ky., billions on its truck-heavy lineup. and credit card companies where the automaker will begin production of smaller, fuel-efficient cars to sell in the United The company burned through nearly States by 2011, Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson and Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear said Thursday. $11 billion of its cash stockpile in the suckered us into. - R.L., Ft. past year and reported a second- Walton Beach, Fla. Dear R.L.: Sure as sunrise Automaker posts worst quarterly earnings quarter loss of $8.7 billion. Ford is trying to save itself by quickly and certain as sunset, John By DEE-ANN DURBIN and billion worth of write-offs cents per share, in the same morphing from a truck company into a “The Con” Cummuta’s Trans- TOM KRISHER because the sharp decline in quarter a year ago. car company. But the help from Europe forming Debt Into Wealth AP AUTO WRITERS U.S. truck and SUV sales has The second-quarter loss won’t arrive until 2010: It takes time to scam is aimed at Satellite DEARBORN, Mich. — reduced the value of Ford’s surpassed Ford’s previous retool U.S. plants, and importing the radio’s myriad brainless Ford Motor Co. posted the North American truck plants record quarterly loss, $6.7 cars directly is too costly. listeners in “Lum ‘n’ Abner” worst quarterly performance and Ford Motor Credit Co.’s billion in the first quarter of Industry watchers wonder whether in its history Thursday, lease portfolio. Even exclud- 1992. Ford has enough cash to survive until land. Satellite radio is so hard then. losing $8.67 billion in the ing those items, Ford lost 62 Second-quarter revenue up for money that, if approved cents per share, worse than was $38.6 billion, down $5.6 “You have the gap before the plan second quarter. by the U.S. Supreme Court in The company also said it Wall Street expected. Twelve billion from the year-ago can be fully executed,” said Jeff Schus- August next month, it will be will retool two more North analysts surveyed by Thom- period. Analysts expected ter, executive director of global fore- able to accept recruiting American truck and sport son Financial, on average, $34.6 billion. casting for J.D. Power and Associates. advertisements for al-Qaida. utility vehicle plants to build expected a 27 cent loss per Ford has been successful “You kind of have to weather the There are three lessons here. small, fuel-efficient vehicles, share. selling cars in Europe, and conditions, and you have to weather Lesson No. 1: The advertising and it announced plans to Including the write- the company is banking on the fact that you’re still the old compa- bring six new small vehicles downs, Ford lost $3.88 per the new European models to ny in transition.” you hear is designed for to North America from share in the April-June boost sales and revenue as it Ford has successfully sold cars in Satellite radio’s large audience Europe for years, and it made billions Europe by the end of 2012. quarter, compared with net of retarded listeners. 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Let’s assume If you are looking for a extremely well-cared tables set up in various Investment Act’s Re- SACHKAR | P12 that you pay zero taxes on your .... .............................................................................................................................. ... ........................................................................................................................... . . joint income of $62,000 and JOHN WRIGHT COLUMN | PUNTA GORDA CHAMBER that your total debt of $327,000 WALL STREET is not subject to interest costs. Election season is in full swing Stocks tumble after sales of existing homes fall (Wouldn’t that be wonderful?) Have you noticed there are election placards sprouting up Wall Street abruptly ended an earnings-driven rally and everywhere? PAGE 13 closed sharply lower Thursday. PAGE 13 BERKO | P12
  • 12. Front Page 12 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com FROM PAGE ELEVEN The Sun /Friday, July 25, 2008 | OFF THE TICKER JOBLESS: New layoff filings jump as companies retrench Dow reports FROM PAGE 11 creation,” said White figure stood at 2.54 million. jobs for six months in a is expected to climb to 6 2Q profit down House press secretary Several companies that row. That has left total job percent or higher by week, acknowledged that Dana Perino. announced job cuts in July losses at 438,000 so far this early next year. GRAND RAPIDS, the job market needs to be Meanwhile, the number are: IndyMac Bancorp Inc., year, the government The Federal Reserve, in Mich. — Dow Chemi- bolstered. of people continuing to Chrysler LLC, Pilgrim’s reported earlier this a fresh snapshot of cal Co. said Thursday “The bottom line is that draw unemployment Pride and American Axle. month. business conditions that despite record sales unemployment, while benefits dipped slightly to Nervous employers, The unemployment released on Wednesday, and two double-digit relatively low by historical 3.1 million for the week chafing under high energy rate didn’t budge at 5.5 said that the country is price increases unveiled standards, is still higher ending July 12, the most prices and uncertain percent in June, after getting whammed by in the second quarter, than we would like, and we recent period for which that about the economy’s zooming in May by the both slower growth and its profit for the period continue to take action to information is available. direction and their own most in two decades. rising prices for fuel, fell 27 percent, in large return to strong job However, a year ago, that sales prospects, have cut The unemployment rate food and other things. part because of sharply higher costs for energy and raw materials. The world’s second- FORD: Ford posts $8.7 billion loss, worst quarterly earnings largest chemical FROM PAGE 11 “We are pleased that we morning trading. Duty pickups. North America starting in company said its net went to the capital The company said it will The company also will 2010. income for the three- deals with a market shift markets at the right time,” retool the Michigan Truck retool the Louisville Ford also said its Twin month period ended from trucks to cars Ford President and CEO plant in suburban Detroit, Assembly Plant, which Cities Assembly Plant in June 30 was $762 brought on by high Alan Mulally said in a shifting its products from now builds the Ford St. Paul, Minn., will million, or 81 cents per gasoline prices. conference call with large SUVs to make global Explorer midsize SUV, to continue producing the share, compared with The company said it has investors and media. “We vehicles off the European produce vehicles on the Ranger small pickup $1.04 billion. sufficient liquidity to have the scale, the exper- Focus platform by 2010. European Focus frame, through 2011. The plant weather the latest down- tise and the financing to The SUVs made at starting in 2011. was scheduled to close turn in the U.S. auto execute our plan.” Michigan Truck — the The company had next year, but Ranger sales Daimler’s 2Q market without additional Wall Street wasn’t Lincoln Navigator and previously announced it are down just 4 percent in profit slips to borrowing. Ford borrowed impressed, at least Ford Expedition — will be would retool its pickup the first half of this year, nearly $2.2B $23.4 billion in 2006 to initially. Ford shares shifted to the Kentucky truck factory in Cuautit- versus 18 percent for the fund its North American dropped 58 cents, or 9.6 Truck plant in Louisville, lan, Mexico, to build the U.S. light truck market as FRANKFURT, Ger- turnaround. percent, to $5.45 in which makes Ford Super Fiesta subcompact for a whole. many — Car maker Daimler AG said Thursday its second- quarter profit slipped mainly on charges HELP: Bleeding cash, Ford looks to Europe for help FROM PAGE 11 underpinnings as the of this in Europe and a return to black ink, but Whether Ford succeeds related to Daimler’s European Focus. around the world.” Chief Financial Officer said depends not only on interest in Chrysler LLC, of dollars selling trucks to Ford also could bring its James E. Schrager, Ford had enough cash and building cars people want and blamed its reduced Americans. But U.S. drivers Mondeo midsize car from clinical professor of credit to make it through to buy, but also figuring full-year earnings have recoiled this year Europe to replace the entrepreneurship and the downtown. He said he out how to increase profit outlook on a slowing from high gas prices and Fusion and Mercury Milan. strategy at the University of didn’t expect a recovery to margins on them to global economy and bolted for smaller cars. Past efforts by U.S. Chicago Graduate School start until 2010. replace the lost truck higher production Most of the European automakers to bring in of Business, said Mulally The company has about revenue, said Efraim Levy, costs. models will be built in European cars have has been talking about $38 billion in cash and a senior industry analyst The company said North America. The Fiesta flopped, but Ford CEO bringing over European credit lines, Leclair said, with Standard & Poor’s. profit in the April subcompact will be built in Alan Mulally said the U.S. cars since he arrived at including more than $26 That’s likely to mean through June period fell Mexico, the European market as vastly different Ford in 2006 from Boeing billion in cash. It burned more job cuts. The 25 percent to 1.4 billion Focus will be built in today, with gas at $4 Co. through more than $2 company has already euros ($2.2 billion). Kentucky and Michigan, consumers cleaning “None of this was very billion in the second announced plans to cut its and the Transit Connect showrooms out of small hard to imagine, and I quarter alone. salaried work force Satellite radio small van will be imported cars. think he imagined it,” No one knows for sure expenses by 15 percent, companies to from Turkey. “They want the vehicles Schrager said. He said how far demand will fall. with 200 workers leaving pay $19.7 million Ford won’t identify the to be neat and have a lot of Mulally prepared well by J.D. Power and Associates the company as of June other three. But analysts features,” Mulally told mortgaging factories to is forecasting about 14 30. Earlier this week it WASHINGTON — are betting on the Kuga, a reporters and industry arrange a $23.4 billion million light vehicles will announced another round Approval of a merger of small crossover vehicle, analysts Thursday on a credit line shortly after be sold in the U.S. this of buyout and early the nation’s only two and the C-Max small van, conference call. “We have taking over the company. year, a drop about almost 2 retirement offers at satellite radio compa- both of built on the same seen this and the success Ford gave no forecast for million. selected factories. nies was imminent Thursday after the pair agreed to pay $19.7 million to settle charges SACHKAR: North Port Car Cruise Night tonight at Heron Creek Plaza they violated federal FROM PAGE 11 pleasure. The location day at 13801 Tamiami Trail, ments. You can register for 4 p.m. Sunday. All are rules. remains the same at 1221 Suite A, across from North the class by calling 941- welcome to enjoy a Sirius Satellite Radio 861-1300. S. Sumter Blvd. at the Port Library between S. 423-0360, 941-429-8559, or bounce house with slide Inc.’s proposed $3.9 Extra, extra read all corner of Price Boulevard Biscayne Drive and Pan e-mail and wall climbing, barbe- billion buyout of rival about it! Brick House Pizza in the Publix Plaza, or call American Boulevard. speakez2@verizon.net. cue food and refresh- XM Satellite Radio has a new name. They are for delivery to your front The class will involve an The Rev. Edward DeJesus ments, volleyball, and a Holdings Inc. has been now called Brick Grill. They door at 941-423-3950. overview of ribbons, Jr. (aka coach), lead pastor family movie at 6 p.m. (“Ice before the Federal expanded their restaurant North Port Title Insur- creating formulas and of New Hope Community Age 2”) with popcorn and Communications to offer much more than ance office is sponsoring setting up a basic spread- Church, 5600 S. Biscayne a drink. Commission for 16 pizza and now it can all be an “Introduction to Excel sheet. The program costs Drive, would like to invite months. delivered to your door. The 2007” class, presented by $55 and includes course everyone to a free commu- The five-member Brick Grill also has a full Susan Steele Miller, from materials, certificate of nity event, picnic and a Do You commission is dead- liquor bar for your dining 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Wednes- completion and refresh- Movie Summer Slam, at locked at 2-2, but Republican Deborah Taylor Tate was expect- BERKO: Debt relief plan too good to be true ed to cast the deciding vote approving the deal once a consent decree outlining the enforce- FROM PAGE 11 month, which is the same your credulity really takes dumb answer I’d expect So if you wrote checks for from you. Both of you the cupcake. That’s like shooting yourself in the twist in the wind. So ask someone at the Elgin, Tyndall or Okaloosa Have BNA ment action is circulat- $47,000 a year you would must have been born on foot then suing Colt County Teachers Federal ed for a vote. be debt free in 7 years just the second Thursday of because you bought the credit Unions for a as Cummuta promised. the month, which is the pistol from them. recommendation. Each Southwest 2Q But the two of you would day most Florida hospitals Ignore John “The Con.” employs good people who profit up have to live on ($62,000 have brain shortages. That This guy’s selling cotton can match you with an DALLAS — Joe minus $47,000) $15,000 a explains why you blame candy dreams and fairy appropriate counselor. DiMaggio’s hitting year. That’s doable! So the banks, which issue tale promises. 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But both of you would On Thursday, the low- and finance demographic debt following his “advice have to depend on the genocide or ethnic for a price.” fare pioneer reported a bigger second-quarter profit than Wall Street Salvation Army and cleansing if they could Because you’re so far Oxfam, then rely on food arbitrage a point of profit behind the eight ball, I Hercules Curbing expected, thanks again stamps, Medicaid, the and they do it by proxy suggest you call it quits AARP TIAA-CREF and the every day. But they didn’t and declare bankruptcy or , Starting at $1.99 per foot - 200 ft. minimum to financial deals that lowered its fuel spend- LPGA to survive. That’s send limousines to your locate a legitimate credit Also color curbing WE NOW OFFER ing. doable too. 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  • 13. Friday, July 25, 2008/ The Sun BUSINESS NEWS www.sun-herald.com D/E/N/C Front Page 13 Chamber gearing up for biannual Political Hob Nob vital importance to all you posted when and on amenities. As an added a terrific draw to an event I t’s that time of year again. Have you candidates this year. You what station. feature, the office lobby that has already proven to noticed there are will be able to complete Charlotte State Bank is and drive-thru services be a staple of the “Punta election placards sprout- the poll and the results proud to announce the are available on Saturdays Gorda Season.” ing up everywhere? Well, John will be made aware opening of its new from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Also our 18th Annual Aug. 26 is the date of the through this column and Charlotte Harbor Office, For more information, call Lighted Boat Parade will first election, with early Wright on our Web site located at 23112 Har- the Charlotte Harbor set sail on Dec. 6 (subject voting starting Aug. 11. www.puntagorda-cham borview Road, on the Office at 941-255-5235. to permitting). Parade For that reason, the Punta jrwright@puntagorda-chamber.com ber.com week commenc- corner of Harborview and For those of you who Commander Doug Buuck Gorda Chamber is gearing to answer your questions, ing Aug. 11. So, you’ll be Kings Highway. Charlotte may have missed the of All Marine Canvas is up for its biannual or indeed to question able to see for yourselves State Bank’s sixth area news last week, the Punta already in the planning Political Hob Nob and your answers! what the residents of location, the new office is Gorda Chamber is proud process to ensure yet straw poll. The general The all-important date Charlotte County are designed to reflect the to announce that our another truly memorable public is cordially invited is Aug. 8, between 5:30 saying are the main issues history and unique headliner for our Fourth and exciting evening for to this event, which and 8 p.m. at the PGI at local, state and federal environment of Charlotte Annual Wine and Jazz both participants and attracted over 800 people Civic Association, 2001 levels, that are influencing Harbor while offering all Festival will be Mindi spectators alike. Route two years ago, when it Shreve St., Punta Gorda. their vote this time the hospitality and Abair. Mindi will be details and viewing points was held in the Tentatori- From U.S. 41 (North or around. services Charlotte County coming to town on Feb. will be posted to our Web um — remember? The South), turn west onto Candidates who have residents have come to 21, 2009, and will be site, www.puntagorda- Hob Nob is the ideal Airport Road at the not yet registered should expect from the “Home- taking the stage at Laish- chamber.com, once opportunity to both Charlotte State Bank call 941-639-3720 as soon town Bank.” The Charlotte ley Park this year (subject permits are issued later in support your chosen office and immediately as possible to reserve Harbor Office features to the usual permits, etc., the year. candidate, ensuring they turn right (north) on space, as booth space will full-service personal and being granted). Check her Remember, here at PGCC, have a good showing on Shreve. The PGI Civic be limited. business banking, resi- Web site out on membership doesn’t cost — the night, and to meet Association building will Thanks to Clear Chan- dential and commercial www.mindiabair.com. it pays! Make it your and pose questions to be on your left as you nel Radio, Charlie Shoe loan departments, and Tickets will go on sale in priority to join your city’s those candidates. All head north. Each visitor will be conducting a live trust and investment December, but remember Chamber of Commerce and local, county, state and will also be invited to radio broadcast that services. The branch to mark your calendars. become part of this great federal candidates have complete an anonymous evening from the Hob includes four drive-thru The PG Chamber is very business community. Call been invited, and so far straw poll, made up of Nob, which will then be windows, a drive-thru excited to have secured 941-639-3720 for details over 30 have confirmed questions that we at the repeated on air the ATM machine, safe- her booking. She is a great and get your business on they will be in attendance Chamber believe are of following week. I’ll keep deposit boxes and other jazz talent and should be the (W)right track! Stocks tumble after sales of existing homes fall By TIM PARADIS The pullback erased the note, which moves oppo- would grant the Treasury percent, to $16.70. incremental improvement.” AP BUSINESS WRITER nearly 170 points added in site its price, fell to 4.02 Department power to Lancz said the run-up in Declining issues out- NEW YORK — Wall the two prior sessions. Last percent from 4.12 percent extend the government- previous sessions may numbered advancers by Street abruptly ended an week, the Dow gained from late Wednesday. sponsored mortgage have led some investors to about 4 to 1 on the New earnings-driven rally and nearly 400 points. While The dollar was mixed companies an unlimited become too optimistic York Stock Exchange, closed sharply lower some declines after the against other major line of credit and to buy an about the overall market’s where volume came to Thursday after a steeper- latest rally wouldn’t have currencies, while gold unspecified amount of prospects for a speedy 1.65 billion shares com- than-expected decline in come as a surprise, the prices rose. their stock, if necessary. recovery. Stocks are still pared with 1.72 billion existing home sales and drop Thursday revealed Financial stocks declined The companies together down nearly 20 percent shares traded Wednesday. worries about the financial fresh unease about the again Thursday after rising back or own $5 trillion in from the highs seen in The Russell 2000 index of sector chilled the market’s economy. sharply in the past week mortgages — nearly half October. smaller companies fell recent optimism. The Broader stock indicators from their recent lows. the nation’s total. “You’re going to have 16.80, or 2.34 percent, to major indexes fell about 2 also declined. The Standard Washington Mutual Inc. Fannie Mae fell $2.98, or these starts and stops but 702.39. percent, including the Dow & Poor’s 500 index fell fell 62 cents, or 13 percent, 20 percent, to $12.02, while it’s going to be a really long- Overseas, Japan’s Nikkei Jones industrial average, 29.65, or 2.31 percent, to to $4.03 after dropping 20 Freddie Mac fell $1.99, or term process,” he said. stock average rose 2.18 which lost more than 280 1,252.54. A jump in Ama- percent Wednesday as 18 percent, to $8.81. “All the numbers don’t percent. Britain’s FTSE 100 points. zon.com Inc. shares helped concerns persisted about Homebuilder Lennar turn at the same time,” he fell 1.61 percent, Ger- The National Association contain some of the the company’s mortgage Corp. fell $2.47, or 18 said of economic readings. many’s DAX index shed of Realtors said sales decline in the technology- portfolio. The nation’s percent, to $11.07 and KB “It’s usually one by one by 1.46 percent, and France’s resumed their decline in heavy Nasdaq composite largest thrift this week Home declined $3.04, or 15 one. You start seeing CAC-40 fell 1.38 percent. June after a slight rebound index, which fell 45.77, or posted a $3 billion loss due in May. Existing home 1.97 percent, to 2,280.11. to increases in its loss sales declined by 2.6 Stocks had risen in the reserves to cover souring percent in June, well prior two sessions as the loans in its mortgage beyond the 1 percent drop price of oil declined. Oil is holdings. economists had forecast. now down more than $20 Other financials lost Investors punished after just weeks ago hitting ground. Citigroup Inc. fell shares of homebuilders a record above $147 a $2.06, or 9.8 percent, to and financial companies barrel. A barrel of light, $19.06, while Merrill Lynch Thursday because both sweet crude rose $1.05 & Co. fell $4.77, or 14 sectors have struggled with Thursday to settle at percent, to $29.04. 4 the declining housing $125.49 on the New York Wachovia Corp. declined Money market. Mercantile Exchange. $1.96, or 11 percent, to } Alan Lancz, director at Bond prices jumped $15.69. investment research group Thursday as some Fannie Mae and Freddie Does LanczGlobal, said investors investors looked for the Mac fell sharply after are concluding that while safety of government debt. rallying earlier in the week financials had been The yield on the bench- on legislation speeding oversold in recent weeks mark 10-year Treasury through Congress that Grow and were due for a rebound, problems remain with tight credit and s 1a s rr i , dition un E-e n Trees souring mortgage debt. ? i ' .?_ '. : : u _. The S 9 “You have the rally and you almost get the hang- i ?7 5900 y 3t.h! Onrl mon $$ O ? over now where you say i Y ? i 1 pe ? ? tax) ’You know, we’re not out of . (plus with the woods yet,”’ he said. The Dow fell 283.10, or ? h The Sun E-edition appears The Sun E-Edition appears 2.43 percent, to 11,349.28. exactly as it does in print. exactly as it does in print. 329012 , ? 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  • 14. Front Page 14 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com BUSINESS NEWS The Sun/ Friday, July 25, 2008 THE MARKET IN REVIEW NYSE AMEX NASDAQ HOW TO READ THE MARKET IN REVIEW STOCKS OF LOCAL INTEREST MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) Here are the 1,300 most active stocks on the New York Stock Exchange and the 855 YTD YTD most active on the Nasdaq National Market. Stocks in bold are worth at least $5 and Name Div Yld PE Last Chg %Chg Name Div Yld PE Last Chg %Chg Name Vol (00) Last Chg Name Vol (00) Last Chg Name Vol (00) Last Chg changed 5 percent or more in price. Underlining for 50 most actively traded stocks of ActionPr h ... ... 9 1.45 +.18 +52.6 RJamesFn.44 1.6 13 27.62 -1.88 -15.1 WA Mutl3284813 4.03 -.62 SP Fncl 2677330 21.07 -1.33 PwShs QQQ136555644.69 -.68 Avatar ... ... 28 30.18 -1.80 -27.8 Wachovia1244512 15.69 -1.96 SPDR 2363875 125.51 -2.66 Qualcom 884196 52.43 +7.61 the day. Tables show name, price and net change, and one to two additional fields Ryder .92 1.4 15 64.00 -3.58 +36.1 rotated through the week, as follows: BkofAm 2.56 8.4 17 30.64 -2.80 -25.7 BkofAm 1180484 30.64 -2.80 iShR2K nya106785970.11 -1.82 Microsoft 787870 25.44 -.99 Name: Stocks appear alphabetically by the company’s full name (not CBRL Grp .72 3.0 8 24.10 -1.22 -25.6 StJoe ... ... 51 33.72 -2.58 -5.0 Citigrp 1108799 19.06 -2.06 ProUltFin 713093 20.85 -2.80 SiriusS 598052 2.42 -.26 FordM 913372 5.11 -.92 SP Engy 523620 73.50 -.47 Intel 596139 21.67 -.63 its abbreviation). Names consisting of initials appear at the beginning of Tuesday Carnival 1.60 4.3 13 37.63 -2.27 -15.4 SimonProp3.60 4.1 45 87.74 -5.80 +1.0 each letter’s list. Chicos ... ... 20 5.85 -.44 -35.2 Div Name Last Chg GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) Last: Price stock was trading at when exchange closed for the day. Disney .35 1.1 14 31.02 -.13 -3.9 SteinMrt .25 6.0 ... 4.17 -.28 -12.0 Chg: Loss or gain for the day. No change indicated by ... .44 ACE Ltd 24.88 -.13 Eaton 2.00 2.8 10 70.33 -3.22 -27.5 Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg 1.10 ACMIn 9.75 +.13 SunTrst 3.08 7.8 11 39.28 -3.93 -37.1 PE: Price-earnings ratio. Derived by dividing closing price by .80 ACM Op 7.25 # FPL Grp 1.78 2.8 18 63.20 -.56 -6.8 7.50 . # .i 1.10 ACM Sc .50 -.13 US Shipg 2.49 +.55 +28.4 InvCapHld 5.30 +.70 +15.2 TrumpEnt 2.11 +.51 +31.9 company’s earnings per share for the most recent four quarters. .96 ACMSp SuprUnifm .54 6.0 19 9.01 +.06 -9.4 Idearc 2.23 +.30 +15.5 ChinaShen n2.40 +.30 +14.3 PensonWw16.87 +4.06 +31.7 HarrisCorp.60 1.2 17 50.85 -.38 -18.9 PPE: Projected price-earnings ratio. Derived by dividing closing price Teledyne 63.44 +8.22 +14.9 ProUShtRE98.60 +12.24 +14.2 VitalSgn 73.11 +15.11 +26.1 by company’s projected earnings per share for upcoming 12 months. Wednesday HltMgmt ... ... 12 6.15 -.33 +2.8 TECO .80 4.2 11 19.21 -.30 +11.6 RadioShk 15.95 +1.93 +13.8 RydxInvFn n77.75 +8.67 +12.6 Cirrus 6.06 +1.23 +25.5 PPE supplied by I/B/E/S, Institutional Brokers’ Estimate System. Is a PE PPE Name Last Chg LennarA .64 5.8 ... 11.07 -2.47 -38.1 Lincare ... ... 11 31.86 -.33 -9.4 TechData ... ... 16 34.73 -.61 -7.9 AutoNatn 10.43 +1.04 +11.1 ProUShtFn130.37+13.29 +11.4 ComCntrl 3.83 +.68 +21.6 consensus forecast of all analysts following the company. Only 8 9 ACE Ltd 24.88 -.13 companies with three or more analysts following them have a PPE. 17 19 ACMIn 9.75 +.13 5 ... ACM Op 7.25 # McClatchy .72 15.2 ... 4.74 -.24 -62.1 Triarc A .32 5.9 ... 5.46 -.29 -37.5 LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) How to use: In general, if PPE is lower than PE, analysts believe 8 6 ACMSp 7.50 . # 12 10 ACM Sc .i .50 -.13 NatlCity .04 .9 ... 4.67 -.04 -71.6 earnings will be going up. If PPE is higher, they expect earnings to fall. Wachovia .20 1.3 ... 15.69 -1.96 -58.7 Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg OfficeDpt ... ... 6 6.78 -.54 -51.3 The numbers can be helpful in following stocks but as with all financial Thursday PGT Inc ... ... ... 3.95 -.06 -17.0 WldFuel .15 .7 10 22.51 -.27 -22.5 Mechel s 22.84 -13.77 -37.6 CitiFNM09 n5.00 -1.20 -19.4 CmtyBcNV 3.00 -2.22 -42.5 data are only one of many factors to judge a company by. Consult FstFed 7.22 -3.30 -31.4 CanoPet 3.73 -.66 -15.0 Cadence 7.11 -3.16 -30.8 your financial advisor before making any investment decision. Tkr Name Last Chg SturmRug 5.78 -2.06 -26.3 HKHighpw n3.61 -.59 -14.0 TechTarget 7.31 -3.14 -30.0 Stock Footnotes: cld - Issue has been called for redemption by company. d - New 52- Air ACE Ltd 24.88 -.13 ACL ACMIn 9.75 +.13 iStar 6.41 -2.26 -26.1 ProUltRE 26.99 -4.32 -13.8 CrescntB s 5.81 -2.13 -26.8 BenchElec 14.68 -4.34 -22.8 ProUltFin 20.85 -2.80 -11.8 Voxware 3.50 -1.07 -23.4 week low. ec - Company formerly listed on the American Exchange's Emerging Company Marketplace. g - Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h - Does not ACG ACM Op ADF ACM Sc GSF ACMSp 7.25 7.50 .i . # .50 -.13 # CURRENCIES meet continued-listing standards. lf - Late filing with SEC. n - Stock was a new issue in Yesterday Pvs Day Yesterday Pvs Day the last year. The 52-week high and low figures Wednesday, October 4, 2006 only from DIARY DIARY DIARY the beginning of trading. pf - Preferred stock issue. pr - Preferences. pp - Holder owes Friday Argent Peso 3.0166 3.0166 Jordan Dinar .7085 .7090 Advanced 604 Advanced 445 Advanced 898 installments of purchase price. rt - Right to buy security at a specified price. rs - Stock YTD Name Australia Dollar Last Chg 1.0447 1.0403 Mexico Peso 10.0301 10.0200 has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50% within the past year. s - Stock has Declined 2,601 Declined 1,075 Declined 1,972 split by at least 20 percent within the last year. wi - Trades will be settled when the Brazil +2.3 ACE Ltd 24.88 -.13 Real 1.5790 1.5830 N. Zealand Dollar 1.3488 1.3328 +0.2 ACMIn 9.75 +.13 Unchanged 68 Unchanged 99 Unchanged 125 stock is issued. wd - When distributed. wt - Warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock. u - -3.0 ACM Op 7.25 # Britain Pound .5039 .5006 Norway Krone 5.1787 5.1600 New 52-week high. un - Unit,, including more than one security. vj - Company in .i Canada Dollar . -0.2 ACM Sc .50 -.13 Total issues 3,273 Total issues 1,619 Total issues 2,995 +1.8 ACMSp 7.50 # bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in 1.0131 1.0107 Pakistan Rupee 71.43 70.92 New Highs 26 New Highs 14 New Highs 29 front of the name. New Lows 70 New Lows 46 New Lows 75 Chile PE Footnotes: q - Stock is a closed-end fund - no P/E ratio shown. cc - P/E exceeds 99. dd - Loss in last 12 Peso 493.25 494.75 Peru New Sol 2.843 2.835 Volume 5,977,857,761 Volume 1,540,803,794 Volume 2,470,883,116 months. Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial. China Yuan 6.8306 6.8306 Philpins Peso 44.25 43.86 FOREIGN Colombia Peso 1778.50 1767.50 Russia Ruble 23.4192 23.3645 INDEXES 52-Week YTD 1 Year 52-Week Net YTD 12-mo Czech RepKoruna 15.15 15.22 Saudi Arab Riyal 3.7509 3.7509 High Low Name Close Change Chg% Chg% Chg% High Low Name Last Chg %Chg %Chg %Chg Denmark Krone 4.7664 4.7619 Singapore Dollar 1.3622 1.3657 14,198.10 10,827.71 Dow Jones Industrials 11,349.28 -283.10 -2.43 -14.44 -15.77 559.43 374.09 Amsterdam 396.65 -8.73 -2.15 -23.10 -25.59 Euro Euro .6386 .6377 Sweden Krona 6.0496 6.0386 5,536.57 4,032.88 Dow Jones Transportation 4,945.30 -193.31 -3.76 +8.20 -3.15 4,610.71 2,794.18 Brussels 3,107.22 -37.60 -1.20 -24.72 -28.90 Hong Kong Dollar 7.8003 7.8003 Switzerlnd Franc 1.0370 1.0390 555.71 460.68 Dow Jones Utilities 482.98 -2.78 -.57 -9.30 ... 8,117.79 5,999.32 Frankfurt 6,440.70 -95.39 -1.46 -20.16 -14.23 Hungary Forint 149.25 149.48 Taiwan Dollar 30.49 30.40 10,387.17 8,089.49 NYSE Composite 8,369.91 -210.66 -2.46 -14.07 -13.30 6,751.70 5,071.10 FTSE 100 5,362.30 -87.60 -1.61 -16.95 -14.22 2,562.20 2,058.88 Amex Index 2,124.38 -33.53 -1.55 -11.84 -7.43 31,958.41 19,386.72 Hong Kong 23,087.72 -46.83 -.20 -16.99 -.53 Indnsia Rupiah 9128.00 9120.00 Thailand Baht 33.44 33.44 2,861.51 2,155.42 Nasdaq Composite 2,280.11 -45.77 -1.97 -14.03 -12.28 6,009.16 4,002.87 CAC-40 4,347.99 -60.75 -1.38 -22.55 -23.38 Israel Shekel 3.4892 3.4928 Turkey Lira 1.2090 1.2042 1,576.09 1,200.43 S&P 500 1,252.54 -29.65 -2.31 -14.70 -15.52 32,851.14 25,357.76 Mexico 26,878.19 -766.56 -2.77 -9.00 -10.40 Japan Yen 107.35 107.93 Venzuel Bolivar 2.1473 2.1473 924.07 731.29 S&P MidCap 792.10 -24.79 -3.03 -7.70 -8.97 18,018.94 11,691.00 Nikkei 225 13,603.31 +290.38 +2.18 -11.13 -23.15 British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All others show dollar in foreign currency. 852.06 643.28 Russell 2000 702.39 -16.80 -2.34 -8.31 -11.26 15,154.77 12,011.68 Toronto 13,206.14 -306.52 -2.27 -4.53 -4.61 NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE YTD Name Last Chg -2.7 BkAm pfW 22.25 -.37 -20.7 CityNC 47.23 -3.16 -10.9 Entergy 106.45 -1.87 +55.8 Hasbro 39.85 +.03 -33.0 LaPac 9.16 -.78 -51.3 OfficeDpt 6.78 -.54 -29.0 RubyTues 6.92 -.54 -12.2 TimeWarn 14.49 -.22 A-B-C -8.3 BkHawaii 46.92 -1.94 +2.8ClearChCm 35.50 -.12 -6.8 Equifax 33.90 -1.02 +8.1 HawaiiEl 24.61 +.25 -9.9 Lowes 20.39 -.81 -35.1 OfficeMax 13.41 -1.26 +36.1 Ryder 64.00 -3.58 +.6 Timken 33.04 -1.03 -55.8 AAR 16.81 -1.71 -17.5 BkMont g 46.72 -2.56 -45.2ClearChOut 15.17 -.66 -1.5 EqtRes 52.49 -3.07 +6.4 HltCrREIT 47.53 -1.74 -14.2 Lubrizol 46.48 -1.55 +49.9 OilStates 51.16 +.23 -22.2 Ryland 21.43 -5.07 +16.4 Titan Intl 36.38 -2.94 -7.2 ABB Ltd 26.74 -1.68 -27.7 BkNYMel 35.23 -.80 +84.5 ClevClf s 93.00 -2.06 -13.1 EqtyOne 20.01 -1.66 +2.8 HltMgmt 6.15 -.33 -49.9 LundinM 4.80 -.32 -1.1 OldNBcp 14.79 -1.05 -60.9 TitanMet 10.33 -.67 -6.0 BkNova g 47.49 -2.27 -17.1 Clorox 54.02 -.28 +13.2 EqtyRsd 41.29 -3.25 +7.5 HlthcrRlty 27.29 -1.50 -30.4 OldRepub 10.72 -1.08 S-T-U -3.9 TollBros 19.28 -1.80 -21.6 ACE Ltd 48.44 -1.21 M-N-0 -5.9 SAIC 18.94 -.14 -24.5 AES Corp 16.14 -.63 -58.5 BankAtl A 1.70 -.19 -9.8 Coach 27.58 -1.94 -1.2 EsteeLdr 43.09 -1.31 -44.3 HealthNet 26.92 -.46 +35.7 Olin 26.24 -.66 -20.6 TorchEn lf 8.31 -.72 -34.1 Barclay 26.59 -1.24 -34.5 CocaCE 17.04 -.32 -10.5 EthanAl 25.50 -2.16 -9.0 HeclaM 8.51 +.12 -16.0 M&T Bk 68.51 -2.91 +9.8 OmegaHlt 17.62 -.89 +6.6 SAP AG 54.42 -.68 -5.1 Trchmrk 57.30 -3.62 -15.2 AFLAC 53.09 -7.23 -70.9 MBIA 5.42 -1.04 -15.0 SCANA 35.83 +.04 -24.2 AGCO 51.50 -1.97 -.2 Bard 94.60 +3.03 -15.5 CocaCl 51.86 -.64 -46.7 Evercore 11.49 +.33 +6.2 Heinz 49.59 -.12 +72.2 OmegaP 16.00 +.28 -14.5 TorDBk g 59.31 -3.18 -31.2 BarnesNob 23.70 -1.04 -51.4 Coeur 2.40 -.01 -22.5 EverestRe 77.80 -1.67 -19.7 HelixEn 33.33 +.65 +6.1 MDC 39.41 -4.09 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-1.36 -75.4 MGIC 5.51 -1.39 +37.6 SabnR 59.00 -.12 -29.8 AU Optron 13.48 -.32 -33.1 BeazerHm 4.97 -.69 -10.9 ColonPT 20.17 -1.36 -27.9 ExterranH 58.99 -2.53 -49.2 Hertz 8.07 -.78 -59.8OshkoshCp 19.00 -1.55 -20.9 TriContl 16.54 -.43 -4.1 BeckCoult 69.85 -.26 -34.7 Comerica 28.44 -3.38 +6.2 ExtraSpce 15.18 -.59 -7.4 Hess 93.41 +1.17 -65.7 MGMMir 28.84 -3.26 +14.6 OwensM 48.62 -.68 +32.2 SadiaSA s 22.70 -.30 -6.3 TriCntl pf 40.10 -.65 -23.4 AXA 30.41 -1.39 -4.1 MPS Grp 10.49 ... +17.0 Safeco 65.17 +.17 +38.9 AaronR 26.72 -.13 +3.2 BectDck 86.28 +.68 -5.9 CmclMtls 27.72 -1.57 -13.8 ExxonMbl 80.80 -.19 -14.1 HewlettP 43.38 -.90 +15.4OwensCorn 23.33 -.05 -37.5 Triarc A 5.46 -.29 -22.3 Belden 34.58 -2.58 +2.9 ComScop 50.66 -2.17 +22.6 FMC Cp s 66.87 -1.55 -22.7 Hexcel 18.77 -1.15 +15.8 MSC Ind 46.87 -2.06 -9.2 OwensIll 44.96 -2.05 -24.0 Safeway 25.99 -.64 -52.3 TrinaSolar 25.67 -2.57 +1.4 AbtLab 56.96 -.03 -21.6 Macerich 55.72 -4.13 -5.0 StJoe 33.72 -2.58 -24.5 AberFitc 60.38 -2.71 -51.2 Belo 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  • 15. Friday, July 25, 2008 /The Sun BUSINESS NEWS www.sun-herald.com D/E/N/C Front Page 15 MUTUAL FUNDS 5-Yr. CGM Funds: KaufmA p 5.32 -.10 +73.9 21stCnt p 14.23 -.51 +78.1 TxEfGr r n 9.67 -.22 +16.0 TStkAdm n 30.55 -.75 +46.3 Name NAV Chg %Rtn Focus n 49.50 -.90 +257.1 Federated B: HOW TO READ THE MUTUAL FUND TABLES Master Select: TxEfMul n 12.30 -.28 +48.6 WellslAdm n 49.17 -.25 CRM Funds: CapAppB 18.87 -.35 +41.3 Here are the 975 biggest mutual funds listed on Nasdaq. Tables Intl 15.81 -.22 +117.7 TxFrSI n 5.37 ... +14.4 +32.3 AIM Funds A: MdCpVlI 27.00 -.56 +94.2 MidGrStB 31.50 -.87 +70.2 Tuesday Value r 12.25 -.33 +28.0 Value n 22.92 -.62 +54.3 WelltnAdm n 51.32 -.60 GroAllo p 12.25 -.26 NS Calamos Funds: Federated Instl: show the fund name, sell price or Net Asset Value (NAV) and Matthews Asian: Principal Inv: AIM Investments A: Gr&IncA p 27.95 -.34 +42.3 KaufmnK 5.32 -.11 +73.6 daily net change, as well as one total return figure as follows: 4-wk PacTiger 22.46 -.21 +167.7 DiscLCInst 12.90 -.28 +42.5 +54.1 ChartA p 15.25 -.28 +50.3 GrwthA p 49.40 -1.12 +57.3 Fidelity Advisor A: Name NAV Chg %Rtn Meridian Funds: SAMGrA p 14.83 -.27 +44.3 Windsor n 42.50 -1.30 +32.4 Const p 24.44 -.51 +29.4 GrowthC t 45.78 -1.03 +51.5 DivIntlA r 18.82 -.26 +90.5 Tues: 4-wk total return (%) AAL Mutual: Growth 34.29 -.71 +54.4 Putnam Funds A: WdsrIIAd n 46.58 -1.24 +51.4 EuroGr p 35.45 -.73 +149.0 Calvert Group: IntBdA t 10.32 +.07 +13.7 Wed: 12-mo total return (%) Bond p CaGrp 9.44 14.52 +.09 +.17 +2.2 +3.9 Metro West Fds: GrInA p 12.67 -.34 +17.8 Vanguard Fds: Inco p 5.55 +.03 +13.8 Inco p 15.86 +.07 +24.7 LgCapA t 15.85 -.53 +33.0 Thu: 3-yr cumulative total return (%) MuBd 10.44 +.09 +3.3 TotRetBd 9.38 +.09 +27.7 IntlEq p 23.78 -.32 +85.7 AssetA n 25.58 -.60 +40.0 SmCEA p 11.02 -.20 +62.4 Clipper 60.82 -2.20 +4.7 NwInsgh p 18.69 -.31 NS SmCoSt 10.28 +.19 +2.1 Midas Funds: NwOpA p 46.29 -.79 +39.5 CapOpp n 32.99 -.53 +85.0 AIM Investments B: Columbia Class A: Fidelity Advisor B: Fri: 5-yr cumulative total return (%) Midas Fd 4.41 -.07 +181.7 SmCVA p 9.65 -.28 +45.7 Acorn t 24.97 -.70 +77.2 EqGrB n 49.93 -1.02 Wednesday Convrt n 12.72 -.22 +53.6 ConstB t 22.29 -.47 +24.7 +34.3 Name: Name of mutual fund and family. Special 16.40 -.61 +29.8 VoyA p 16.65 -.36 +17.3 Energy n 77.13 -1.02 +278.7 GlGrB t 21.32 -.38 +63.0 21CntryA t 13.56 -.48 +80.2 IntCApB t n10.00 -.26 +39.7 NAV: Net asset value. 12-mo Morgan Stanley B: Putnam Funds B: LrgCGB t 10.55 -.22 +34.4 MarsGrA t 19.21 -.53 +39.5 IntmBdB n 10.30 +.06 +9.3 Name NAV Chg %Rtn DivGtB 15.73 -.31 +28.1 IntlNop t 14.95 -.22 +85.4 EqInc n 20.76 -.54 +49.5 AIM Investor Cl: Columbia Class B: LgeCpB p n 15.01 -.50 Chg: Net change in price of NAV. AAL Mutual: FocGroB 27.04 -.32 +39.2 UtilB t 14.06 -.15 +94.7 Explr n 63.19 -1.35 +51.0 Energy 44.49 -.32 +293.3 IntlValB t 16.48 -.14 +100.7 +28.1 Total return: Percent change in NAV for the time period Bond p CaGrp 9.44 14.52 +.09 +.17 -3.2 +1.5 HiYldB x 1.64 -.01 +34.2 Rainier Inv Mgt: FLLT n 11.15 +.03 +19.7 Tech 25.69 -.59 +22.7 21CentB t 12.88 -.46 +73.5 Fidelity Advisor I: MuBd 10.44 +.09 -3.0 PacGrB 21.54 -.05 +117.1 SmMCap 33.58 -1.09 +95.8 GNMA n 10.21 +.09 +23.9 Utilities 17.65 -.21 +121.4 Columbia Class Z: DivIntl n 19.16 -.26 +93.3 shown, with dividends reinvested. If period longer than 1 SmCoSt 10.28 +.19 -8.5 UtilB 13.96 -.18 +91.7 Reynolds Funds: GlobEq n 20.04 -.45 +94.2 Advance Capital I: Acorn Z 25.67 -.72 +80.1 NwInsgtI n 18.88 -.32 NS year, return is cumulative. Thursday Morgan Stanley I: BlChGr p n 31.92 -.01 +20.6 GroInc n 27.60 -.68 +38.0 Balanc p 15.97 -.25 +33.3 AcornIntZ 37.12 -.46 +173.1 Fidelity Advisor T: HiYldI x 1.65 -.01 +39.0 RiverSource A: LCpVlZ 11.36 -.30 +49.1 MidCpT p 19.63 -.35 Data based on NAVs reported to Lipper by 6 p.m. Eastern. 3-yr HYCorp n 5.51 ... +28.0 Equity p 22.02 -.58 +61.0 +57.9 Name NAV Chg %Rtn MorganStanley Inst: DEI 10.05 -.33 +75.1 HlthCre n 128.52 -.57 +53.1 RetInc 8.88 +.04 +19.0 ValRestr 50.98 -1.38 +85.2 Fidelity Freedom: Footnotes: e – Ex-capital gains distribution. f – Previous day’s EmMktI n 25.93 -.48 +242.0 LgCpEq p 4.48 -.11 +23.4 Alger Funds B: Credit Suisse Comm: FF2010 n 13.39 -.14 +34.4 AAL Mutual: IntlEqI n 16.87 -.13 +84.3 Royce Funds: InflaPro n 12.57 +.08 +35.5 SmCapGr t 5.54 -.12 CapAp 16.59 -.34 +18.5 FF2015 n 11.19 -.14 NS quote. n - No-load fund. p – Fund assets used to pay Bond p CaGrp 9.44 14.52 +.09 +14.4 +.17 +16.4 Muhlenk 52.57 -1.23 +25.0 LwPrSkSv r 14.27 -.31 IntlGr n 21.28 -.45 +104.1 +70.5 GlbSmCp p 20.47 -.46 FF2020 n 13.82 -.21 +44.4 distribution costs. r – Redemption fee or contingent deferred MuBd 10.44 SmCoSt 10.28 +.09 +17.7 +.19 NS Mutual Series: +76.8 IntlVal n 36.90 -.59 +117.6 AllianceBern A: +58.3 FF2025 n 11.48 -.19 NS sales load may apply. s – Stock dividend or split. t – Both p BeacnZ 13.39 -.24 +53.7 PennMuI r 10.19 -.24 +79.0 ITIGrade n 9.37 +.05 +20.0 IntlValA p 18.58 -.38 +104.1 DFA Funds: FF2030 n 14.02 -.28 +48.5 Friday DiscZ 28.70 -.18 +96.6 PremierI r 17.51 -.59 +110.9 LifeCon n 15.79 -.14 +35.1 SmCpGrA 26.22 -.67 +54.8 IntlCorEq n 11.71 -.22 NS FF2035 n 11.62 -.24 NS and r. x – Ex-cash dividend. NA - No information available. NE QualfdZ 19.55 -.20 +75.0 TotRetI r 11.90 -.28 +59.3 USCorEq2 n 10.18 -.29 FF2040 n 8.19 -.18 SharesZ 21.58 -.42 +49.5 LifeGro n 21.88 -.45 +51.1 AllianceBern Adv: +51.2 - Data in question. NN - Fund does not wish to be tracked. NS Name 5-yr NAV Chg %Rtn VlPlSvc 12.71 -.29 +114.1 LifeMod n 19.02 -.28 +43.5 IntValAdv 18.91 -.38 +107.1 NS Fidelity Invest: Needham Funds: Russell Funds S: DWS Invest A: AggrGr r n 18.15 -.51 +39.3 - Fund did not exist at start Wednesday, October 4, 2006. AAL Mutual: Growth p 30.91 -.38 +47.8 DivEq 41.25 -.98 +44.7 LTIGrade n8.43 +.07 +21.4 Allianz Funds A: Bond p 9.44 +.09 +43.4 Morg n 17.10 -.35 +48.4 NFJDvVl t 14.20 -.42 +66.6 DrHiRA 35.40 -1.57 +32.9 AMgr50 n 13.93 -.17 +24.3 Source: Lipper, Inc. and The Associated Press CaGrp 14.52 +.17 +59.6 Neuberger&Berm Inv: IntlSec 61.42 -.94 +95.5 Allianz Funds D: GlbOppA 36.17 -.68 +99.7 AMgr70 n 14.96 -.27 +25.5 MuBd 10.44 SmCoSt 10.28 +.09 +41.0 +.19 NS GenesInst 46.15 -.79 +107.6 MStratBd 9.82 +.07 +17.6 MuInt n 13.06 +.01 +18.4 Biotech p 27.75 -.03 +25.1 DWS Invest B: Balanc n 17.36 -.38 +51.3 SmCpGrIn 17.78 -.28 +73.6 QuantEqS 32.86 -.74 +33.4 PrecMtls r n 31.13 -1.10 Health p 23.06 -.05 +23.8 DreHiRB 35.28 -1.57 +27.5 BlueChGr n 38.47 -.70 Neuberger&Berm Tr: Rydex Advisor: +295.3 Alpine Funds: GlbOppB t 32.92 -.61 +92.2 +26.8 Genesis 48.15 -.82 +105.1 Hlthcare n 14.26 -.02 +32.4 PrmcpCor n 12.29 -.21 Dyn Bal 10.43 -.23 +31.6 DWS Invest C: Canada n 58.80 -1.32 GlbOpp t 33.09 -.62 +92.2 CapAp n 23.45 -.51 +195.3 COMMODITIES MONEY RATES Northeast Investors: Growth 17.27 -.37 +46.7 Rydex Investor: NS DynaDiv r 8.97 -.20 NS +51.6 Yesterday Wk Ago ElectInv n 9.71 -.39 -12.5 Prmcp r n 68.20 -1.03 +75.6 Amer Beacon Insti: DWS Invest S: CapDevO n 10.89 -.30 FUTURES Nuveen Cl A: NasdaqInv n 12.06 -.16 EmMkIn 11.68 +.02 +66.9 +44.6 Prime Rate 5.00 5.00 FLPrefMB 9.55 +.03 +16.9 +41.0 SelValu r n 15.97 -.55 +60.0 LgCapInst 19.66 -.60 +60.9 GlbOpp 37.14 -.70 +102.6 CpInc r n 8.12 -.05 Exch Contract Settle Chg STAR n 18.89 -.21 +45.2 Amer Beacon Plan: +46.4 Discount Rate 2.25 2.25 Nuveen Cl R: SEI Portfolios: LgCpPln 18.72 -.58 +58.9 GroIncS 15.52 -.33 +29.7 Contra n 63.11 -1.04 +78.3 Lt Sweet Crude NYMX Sep 08125.49+1.05 NY MBR 10.43 +.04 +22.3 CoreFxA n 9.69 +.08 +16.8 STIGrade n 10.45 +.03 HlthCare r 24.92 -.04 +51.5 CnvSc n 26.00 -.44 Federal Funds Rate 2.00 2.00 Oak Assoc Fds: +18.2 Amer Century Inv: +63.8 Corn CBOT Dec 08 592 +1ø IntlEqA n 11.36 -.23 +87.6 HiYldTx 12.14 +.02 +24.0 DisEq n 25.27 -.56 +51.8 Treasuries BlkOkEm n2.34 -.06 +26.5 LgCGroA n20.71 -.31 +34.0 StratEq n 18.24 -.52 +56.8 CapVal n 6.56 -.20 +36.6 EqInc n 6.94 -.13 +44.0 +110.6 Wheat LatAmrEq 66.49 -2.10 +388.0 DivIntl n 34.30 -.65 CBOT Sep 08 787fl +4ø 1.61 3-month 1.40 LivOakHlt n11.68 -.02 +30.8 LgCValA n 16.62 -.50 +41.9 TgRe2010 n 21.53 -.21 GrowthI n 23.28 -.32 +45.8 LifeC2020 13.82 ... NA DivGth n 25.27 -.62 +21.1 Soybeans CBOT Nov 08 1373 -11 1.84 6-month 1.85 PinOkAg n 19.73 -.69 +23.9 Schwab Funds: Davis Funds A: RedOakT n6.90 -.11 +20.4 NS HiYldMu n 9.43 +.03 +20.3 EmrMk n 27.09 -.70 +250.5 Cattle CME Oct 08105.95 +.45 3.35 5-year 3.32 1000Inv r 37.24 -.91 +41.5 TgtRe2025 n 12.34 -.21 LifeSci n 5.61 -.01 +40.3 NYVen A 33.84 -.93 +49.7 Eq Inc n 44.66 -1.51 +38.8 Oakmark Funds I: 1000Sel 37.25 -.90 +42.6 Davis Funds C & Y: EQII n +30.4 Pork Bellies 18.85 -.63 CME Aug 08 71.32+3.00 4.01 10-year 4.03 EqtyInc r 26.35 -.19 +61.7 S&P Inv 19.51 -.45 +38.3 NS TxFBnd n 10.60 +.02 +17.8 NYVenY 34.26 -.95 +51.8 Europe 35.46 -.91 4.61 30-year 4.64 GlobalI 21.27 -.18 +86.8 TgtRe2015 n 12.01 -.15 Tech n 20.75 -.30 +31.2 +134.2 Sugar (world) NYBT Oct 08 12.24 +.15 S&P Sel 19.59 -.45 +39.4 Ultra n 20.56 -.40 +20.8 NYVen C 32.51 -.89 +44.0 Export n 21.57 -.28 +58.3 Orange Juice NYBT Sep 08114.40-8.30 Intl I r 17.34 -.27 +77.0 S&PInstSl 10.02 -.23 +40.0 NS Delafield n 23.17 -.64 +81.0 Oakmark r 36.44 -1.14 +27.7 Vista n 17.86 -.55 +84.2 Delaware Invest A: Fidel n +49.5 33.83 -.70 SPOT Select r 22.12 -.80 +8.8 Selected Funds: TgRe2020 n 21.36 -.31 American Funds A: CorPlsBd 7.26 +.06 +15.9 FrInOne n 10.81 +.08 +49.0 GNMA n +22.6 27.02 -.50 Yesterday Wk Ago Old Mutual Adv II: AmShD 40.73 -1.08 AmShS p 40.65 -1.08 NS +47.7 NS AmcpA p 16.42 -.36 +30.4 Dimensional Fds: TS&WSCVZ 20.78 -.37 TgtRe2035 n 12.93 -.26 AMutlA p 25.05 -.49 +42.0 GovtInc 10.35 +.07 +23.3 EmMktV 37.27 -.64 +329.2 GroCo n 74.93 -1.14 Gold (troy oz., spot) $922.00 $970.00 Sentinel Group: NS BalA p 17.11 -.20 +35.3 +73.0 NYMX = New York Mercantile Exchange. CBOT = Silver (troy oz., spot) $17.246 $18.667 NS ComS A p 30.17 -.64 +57.1 IntSmVa n 16.91 -.26 +143.5 GroInc n 21.38 -.98 +9.5 Chicago Board of Trade. CME = Chicago Mercantile Tc&ComZ 14.32 -.04 +57.2 Sequoia n 122.33 -3.50 +35.3 TgtRe2045 n 13.35 -.27 BondA p 12.34 +.04 +20.2 USLgCo n 36.84 -.87 +39.5 HighInc r n 8.26 Copper (pound) $3.6770 $3.7350 Oppenheimer A: St FarmAssoc: NS CapWA p 19.95 +.07 +41.2 +39.5 Exchange. NYBT = New York Board of Trade USLgVa n 19.96 -.62 +57.4 Indepn n 25.46 -.67 ... CapIBA p 55.01 -.68 +67.6 +83.8 CapApA p 44.61 -.92 +34.9 Gwth 53.43 -1.01 +53.9 USGro n 17.55 -.27 +31.2 US Micro n 11.97 -.18 +53.9 IntBd n 9.84 +.06 +15.2 DvMktA p 42.29 -.85 +277.8 Stratton Funds: Wellsly n 20.29 -.11 +31.7 CapWGA p 38.57 -.75 US Small n 17.41 -.38 +55.5 IntlDisc n 36.12 -.59 GlobA p 61.66 -1.26 +77.0 SmCap 46.13 -1.05 +97.8 +112.2 +119.1 First Eagle: US SmVa 21.30 -.59 +69.8 InvGB n 6.89 +.05 GMO Trust III: Research 26.31 -.54 +54.9 Welltn n 29.71 -.35 +53.2 EupacA p 44.27 -.63 +121.1 +15.9 GlblA 42.53 -.14 +103.3 EmMk r 15.39 -.28 +259.8 RskMgSk 13.10 -.31 +54.3 IntBdA p 6.46 +.02 +73.4 Templeton Instit: Wndsr n 12.60 -.38 +31.7 IntlSmCo n 16.30 -.25 +131.0 LatAm n 58.04 -1.90 +455.3 OverseasA MnStFdA 31.24 -.69 +35.1 ForEqS 24.26 -.24 +120.6 FdInvA p 36.94 -.74 +81.6 EmgMkt n 28.58 -.50 +228.1 LevCoStk n 21.95 +.07 For 14.92 -.24 +104.6 Twenty 70.14 -1.06 +114.4 MSSCA p 17.76 -.47 +61.7 Third Avenue Fds: WndsII n 26.24 -.70 +50.6 GwthA p 30.25 -.59 +60.8 Fixd n 10.18 +.02 +16.3 -.85 +115.7 30.43 IntIntrVl 26.46 -.42 +109.3 Ventur 44.29 -.85 +59.6 Vanguard Idx Fds: MidCapA 16.92 -.51 +27.2 Value 49.52 -.78 +72.6 HI TrA p 11.08 -.01 +38.3 IntVa n 20.13 -.42 +135.6 +149.2r n 36.92 -.96 LowP First Investors A GMO Trust IV: +73.7 GloblA p 6.55 -.15 +64.4 Foreign 14.93 -.23 +105.3 Janus Adv S Shrs: WrldW r 44.51 -1.39 +34.1 S&MdCpVl 30.61 -.93 Thompson Plumb: 500 n 115.43-2.73 +39.2 IncoA p 16.89 -.26 +48.1 Glb5FxInc n 10.77 +.04 Magelln n 75.40 -2.10 +91.5 Growth 30.43 -1.12 -0.5 Balanced n 20.08 -.25 +36.9 IntBdA p 13.05 +.07 +13.6 +16.2 +35.1 TotRtA p 13.90 -.13 +32.5 IntlIntrVl 26.46 -.41 +109.9 Forty 38.90 -.64 +105.6 MegaCpStk n 9.77 -.27 Firsthand Funds: GMO Trust VI: JennisonDryden A: StrInA p 4.30 +.02 +46.7 Thornburg Fds: DevMkt n 11.77 -.20 +103.0 ICAA p 28.37 -.58 +44.5 TM USTgtV 19.16 -.52 +29.4 Oppenheimer Roch: IntValA p 28.04 -.17 +134.6 EMkt n 27.88 -.60 +225.9 NEcoA p 22.72 -.41 +54.6 +62.6 eComm r 3.73 -.10 +39.7 EmgMkts r 15.34 -.28 +261.4 BlendA 16.85 -.23 +62.7 LtdNYA p 3.23 +.01 +22.9 IntValue I 28.63 -.17 +139.6 N PerA p 29.98 -.47 +89.2 MCpGr r n 11.38 -.37 +43.9 Tech Val 36.58 -.94 +37.7 IntlCorEq 34.89 -.65 2YGlFxd n 10.42 +.01 +15.4 MidCap n 25.48 -.62 NS UtilityA 12.33 -.32 +171.9 Europe n 33.74 -.79 +107.7 +59.9 Frank/Temp Frnk A: StrFxInc 22.75 +.19 NS JennisonDryden B: RoMu A p 16.30 +.10 +26.2 Thrivent Fds A: Extend n 36.06 -1.04 +67.6 NwWrldA 52.71 -.74 +187.0 Dodge&Cox: RcNtMuA 8.85 +.01 +12.6 Incom 7.99 +.05 +15.0 SmCpA p 33.70 -.53 +101.8 Balanced 69.38 -1.59 +39.8 MuniInc n 43.84 -.91 12.25 +.05 +21.3 AgrGrA p 19.06 -.49 +78.1 USQltyEq 19.40 -.14 NS SmlCoB t 15.04 -.28 +76.3 PIMCO Admin PIMS: MidCpGr 14.27 -.38 +57.3 Growth n 29.43 -.59 +37.7 TxExA p 11.93 +.02 +19.0 Income 12.18 +.05 +19.6 OTC n +59.1 BalInv p 52.08 -1.78 +64.5 Gabelli Funds: 100Index 9.06 -.22 NS CalTFA p 6.96 +.04 +22.5 Asset JennisonDryden C: TotRtAd 10.58 +.11 +26.4 Turner Funds: ITBnd n 10.27 +.07 +23.0 WshA p 28.85 -.68 +38.6 IntlStk 40.21 -.55 +147.3 43.55 -.90 +68.2 IntlEqC 7.41 -.15 +90.1 PIMCO Instl PIMS: SmlCpGr n 29.43 -.59 +66.1 LgCapIx n 22.86 -.55 NS American Funds B: Stock 111.17-3.54 +52.9 Ovrsea n 39.16 -.85 +99.3 EqIncA p 16.56 -.58 +26.8 EqInc p 19.50 -.35 +59.6 John Hancock A: Puritn n 16.85 -.20 +40.6 FedTFA p 11.60 +.05 +22.3 Value t AllAsset 12.35 +.02 +47.3 Tweedy Browne: MidCap n 18.06 -.60 +71.0 BalB t 17.05 -.19 +30.4 Dreyfus: 14.04 -.30 +39.4 ClassicVl p 16.85 -.80 ComodRR 17.98 ... NA GlobVal 24.91 -.26 +73.6 Pacific n 11.60 -.06 +93.1 CapIBB t 55.01 -.68 +61.3 Aprec 40.13 ... NA RealE n 25.36 -1.94 n +83.7 FLTFA p 11.39 +.04 +20.6 Gateway Funds: +15.0 DevLcMk r 11.11 +.01 NS UMB Scout Funds: REIT r n 19.35 -1.37 +85.1 CpWGrB t 38.37 -.74 +104.1 Dr500In t 35.58 -.84 +36.8 STBF r n8.32 15.38 SmllCpS +.02 +10.9 FoundAl p 11.45 -.18 NS GatewayA 27.68 -.39 +35.8 HSciA -.41 GlComA 13.34 -.16 +103.0 Goldman Sachs A: 32.35 -.20 +32.8 HiYld 8.85 +.04 +35.3 Intl 33.24 -.58 +115.0 GrwthB t 29.12 -.56 +54.9 FL Int r 12.89 ... 0.0 +67.3 LCpSel p 16.18 -.34 +18.5 SmCap n 29.79 -.79 +66.2 GrwthA p 40.38 -.91 +52.4 MdCVA p 32.09 -1.00 +79.4 TechA LowDu 9.96 +.06 +18.6 USAA Group: SmlCpGth n 18.26 -.42 IncoB t ICAB t 16.79 -.25 28.24 -.57 +42.6 +39.0 NJ Int r ... ... 0.0 +203.7 HYTFA p 9.99 +.04 +24.3 ShDuGA 10.01 +.03 +17.8 John Hancock Cl 1: -4.5 MunBd r 11.10 +.03 +18.2 SEAsia n 29.05 -.42 3.18 -.06 RealRet 11.62 +.16 +45.6 BalStra 12.98 ... NA +69.0 RealRtnI 11.10 +.11 +36.8 Gr&Inc 14.98 ... NA Artisan Funds: NY Tax r n 14.22 +.04 +17.4 StratInc n 10.07 -.0810.18 +.02 +38.5 IncomA p 2.32 -.02 +50.7 Goldman Sachs Inst: LSAggr 13.37 ... NS TotRt 10.58 +.11 +27.9 HYldOpp 7.76 ... +33.5 SmlCpVl n 14.19 -.44 +61.9 Intl 25.00 -.50 +103.7 SmCoVal 19.20 -.49 +62.3 StrReRt rn 14.05 -.34 NS NYTFA p 11.47 +.05 +20.9 StruInt TaxMgd +63.7 SMCpGrA 30.26 -.88 +49.5 Harbor Funds: 12.71 -.25 +109.8 LSBalanc 13.04 -.17 NS PIMCO Funds A: SciTech 11.55 ... NA STBnd n 10.09 +.05 +18.5 MidCap 26.57 -.68 +65.3 Dreyfus Premier: LSGrwth 13.49 ... NS ComRR p 17.83 ... NA TxFIn 9.53 +.04 +18.8 TotBnd n 9.96 +.06 +22.1 MidCapVal 17.72 -.55 BlncdA p 13.08 -.17 +26.0 TotalBd n 10.68 +.08 10.05 +.07 +21.1 TtlRtnA p 9.51 +.06 +20.4 Bond 11.79 +.13 +26.5 +20.7 USGovA p 6.40 +.05 +21.0 CapApInst 32.92 -.23 +43.2 Juliusr Baer Funds: +138.2 RealRtA p 11.10 +.11 +33.8 TxEIt 12.55 +.02 +18.5 TotlIntl n 17.14 -.31 +117.0 +97.0 ST IncD 10.36 +.04 +10.2 USBI n n ValueDisc 14.98 -.57 Frank/Tmp Frnk Adv: IntlEqI 38.06 -.47 TotRtA 10.58 +.11 +25.0 VALIC : TotStk n 30.55 -.75 +45.7 Baron Funds: Value A ... ... 0.0 +68.5 IntlInv t 63.15 -1.46 +149.5 IntlEqA 37.11 -.46 +135.0 PIMCO Funds C: StkIdx 31.02 -.73 +37.7 Asset 54.83 -1.47 +75.5 Eaton Vance Cl A: IncmeAd 2.30 -.03 +51.4 Intl r 63.84 -1.48 +154.6 IntEqII I r 14.90 -.19 NS Value n 21.56 -.63 +48.2 Value n 64.72 -2.52 +67.0 Frank/Temp Frnk B: Hartford Fds A: TotRtC t 10.58 +.11 +20.4 Value Line Fd: Vanguard Instl Fds: Growth 44.53 -1.10 +62.3 LgCpVal 19.64 -.48 +69.7 Fidelity Selects: Keeley Funds: PIMCO Funds D: PreGro n 26.33 -.72 +77.4 Partners p 19.83 -.75 +116.8 NatlMun 10.22 +.03 +24.0 Electr n 35.93 -1.25 IncomeB t 2.31 -.02 +44.7 CpAppA p 34.60 -.93 +90.3 SmCpValA p 27.38 -.80 TRtn p 10.58 +.11 +25.9 Van Kamp Funds A: BalInst n 20.08 -.25 +37.7 DivBldrA 12.82 ... +8.7 Frank/Temp Frnk C: NA Enrgy n 60.40 -1.12 DivGthA p 18.50 -.46 +55.5 +143.8 DvMktInst n 11.68 -.20 SmCap 20.08 -.49 +56.2 +264.3 FoundAl p 11.23 -.17 Perm Port Funds: CmstA p 14.70 -.42 +39.3 Eaton Vance Cl B: NS Hartford Fds B: Berkshire Funds: FLPlMunB p +291.0 IncomC t 2.33 -.03 +46.6 SmlCoB t n16.10 -.28 +69.2 Kensington Fds: 10.02 +.02 EngSv n 62.99 -2.67 98.83 -1.96 SelectInA p 21.54 -.44 Permannt 37.21 -.31 +78.9 EqIncA p 7.80 -.12 +39.7 +104.2 Focus 8.28 +.02 +60.2 Leisr n +40.7 Frank/Temp Mtl A&B: Pioneer Funds A: GrInA p 18.31 -.43 +49.3 EuroInst n 33.80 -.79 +109.2 Bernstein Fds: +12.0 Hartford Fds C: -6.3 PionFdA p 41.09 -.89 +47.5 HYMuA p 9.93 +.04 +25.8 MedDl n 38.78 -.59 +96.2 DiscA TMSG B 14.76 -.31 +75.7 NtGas n 43.50 -.67 28.35 -.17 +93.5 CapApC t 30.94 -.83 +83.9 Kopp EGA ... ... 0.0 ExtIn n 36.12 -1.04 +69.1 IntDur 12.77 +.09 +20.1 +243.2 SharesA 21.39 -.41 +47.0 Hartford HLS IA : Price Funds Adv: US MtgeA 12.13 ... 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  • 16. Front Page 16 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com BUSINESS NEWS The Sun /Friday, July 25, 2008 Oil gains ground but natural gas continues slide By ADAM SCHRECK Nigeria’s main militant “We can only suggest Natural gas fell after the last week. billion to 84 billion cubic AP BUSINESS WRITER group Wednesday to that the market, finally Energy Department’s Investors hoping for an feet provided by analysts NEW YORK — Energy destroy major pipelines in weighed down by the Energy Information uptick in demand — and a surveyed by the energy market investors managed the oil exporting country specter of decreasing Administration said in its reason to stop the fossil research firm Platts. to win back modest gains within 30 days. The threat energy demand, may not weekly report that natural- fuel’s sharp decline — were In other Nymex trading, Thursday following oil’s big — which only weeks ago be as responsive to geopo- gas inventories held in looking for signs of a heating oil futures 1.7 cent drop a day earlier, but might have caused oil litical headlines as it once underground storage in slower build. However, the to settle at $3.5671 a gallon again drove natural gas prices to spike — did little was,” MF Global analyst the lower 48 states rose by Energy Department figure while gasoline futures rose prices sharply lower as a to push crude higher, Edward Meir wrote in a 84 billion cubic feet to came in at the high end of 2.5 cents to settle at three-week sell-off of that however. research note. nearly 2.4 trillion cubic feet a forecast range of 79 $3.0594 a gallon. fuel continued unabated. Light, sweet crude for September delivery rose $1.05 to settle at $125.49 a barrel on the New York END-OF-SEASON Mercantile Exchange — gaining back only about a quarter of Wednesday’s decline. August natural gas CLEARANCE tumbled 46.5 cents to settle at $9.283 per 1,000 cubic feet, its lowest point since March. At the gas pump, prices continued their retreat. The national average for a LOOK FOR THE YELLOW TAG IN THE STORE AND SAVE. gallon of regular dropped You can do it. We can help: SELECTION AND QUANTITIES VARY BY STORE. FRIDAY, 7/25 – THURSDAY, 7/31. more than a penny and a half to $4.026 a gallon, according to auto club AAA, the Oil Price Informa- tion Service and Wright Express. Retail diesel is down nearly half a cent to UP TO 25% $4.788. Falling prices at the filling station reflect the concern of many energy traders that the weakening OFF U.S. economy is hurting demand. Analysts say that † is helping keep oil prices from racing back higher. The day’s gains followed l ? a sharp drop on Wednes- SELECT PORTABLE 5 day, when oil tumbled POWER $3.98 to settle at $124.44 a barrel, its lowest finish since June 4. Crude has fallen in six of the previous seven sessions, and is now trading nearly 15 percent UP TO UP TO UP TO below its peak above $147 25% OFF 25% OFF 25% OFF † † † a barrel earlier this month. In overnight trading, oil rose as high as $126.01 as SELECT HAND TOOLS SELECT TOOL STORAGE SELECT WET/DRY VACS some investors tried to see if the market had reached a bottom and could rebound. But the gains couldn’t hold amid a growing belief that falling demand does not justify the recent high price. Americans used 2.4 percent less fuel over the past four weeks than they did last year, the latest figures by the Energy Department’s Energy Information Administra- tion show. While that may not sound like much, plus everyday low prices on all your project essentials industry experts say it represents a significant shift by the world’s largest energy consumer. A bigger-than-expected increase in gasoline supplies only added to concerns that drivers are cutting back. $ 13 97 $ 58 WAS $83 “We’ve grounded EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVE HUSKY® airplanes. People are WORKFORCE® 8' ALUMINUM driving less, they’re trading in their SUVs,” said James $ 397 EVEREADY® FLOATING LANTERN 100' 16/3 EXTENSION CORD Indoor and outdoor use. STEPLADDER Paint tray and top shelf for increased Cordier, president of Tampa, Fla.-based trading Includes heavy-duty 6-volt battery. 10 AMP. 16-gauge. working space. Shatterproof lens. 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  • 17. Friday, July 25, 2008/ The Sun WORLD NEWS www.sun-herald.com D/E/N/C Front Page 17 | WORLD Serbia IDs man behind Karadzic Iran refuses to BELGRADE, Serbia — The real Dragan Dabic has emerged — and the work with UN By GEORGE JAHN for nuclear reactors to y, + ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER ' z 66-year construction generate electricity. It worker was shocked VIENNA, Austria — agreed on a “work plan” Thursday to discover his Iran signaled Thursday with the Vienna-based identity had apparently that it will no longer IAEA a year ago for U.N. been stolen by one of the cooperate with U.N. inspectors to look into world’s most notorious experts probing for signs allegations Iran is still Lam. .j - war crimes suspects. of clandestine nuclear doing weapons work. Radovan Karadzic weapons work, confirm- At the time, IAEA chief assumed Dabic’s identity ing the investigation is Mohamed ElBaradei as a cover during the at a dead end a year hailed it as “a significant autocratic rule of his after it began. step forward” that would mentor Slobodan Milose- The announcement fill in the missing pieces vic, officials said Thursday. from Iranian Vice of Tehran’s nuclear The true Dabic lives in President Gholam Reza jigsaw puzzle — if AP PHOTO/KYODO NEWS Ruma, a Serbian town Aghazadeh compound- honored by Iran. He just north of Belgrade, according to Rasim Ljajic, ed skepticism about denting Tehran’s nuclear brushed aside sugges- tions Iran was using the No bones about it a government official in Researcher Mahito Watabe of Hayashibara Museum of Natural Sciences (HMNS) shows defiance, just five days deal as a smoke screen Wednesday in Okayama the fossilized skull, foreground left, the left hind leg, foreground charge of war crimes. to deflect attention from after Tehran stonewalled right, of a skeleton of 70-million-year-old young dinosaur Tarbosaurus that was uncovered demands from six world its continued defiance of in the Gobi Desert in Mongolia in August, 2006. The two shown together is a reproduction Asia powers powers that it halt a U.N. Security Council model of a chunk of sandstone with the complete skeleton of the Tarbosaurus — related to finalize relief plan activities capable of demand for a halt to the giant carnivorous Tyrannosaurus — that shows how it looked when it was uncovered by SINGAPORE — Asia- producing the fissile uranium enrichment. scientists from Japan’s HMNS, including Watabe, and the Mongolian Academy of Sciences. Pacific powers agreed core of warheads. The investigation ran Thursday to hold a U.S.- led relief exercise as part of a plan to pool their Besides demanding a suspension of uranium enrichment — a process into trouble just months after being launched. Deadline after deadline US envoy: Iraq’s weakened civilian and military assets in tackling that can create both fuel for nuclear reactors and was extended because of Iranian foot-dragging. insurgency has lost its luster cyclones, earthquakes payloads for atomic The probe, originally BAGHDAD (AP) — The ordinary Iraqis, enjoying came close to casting it and other disasters that bombs — the six powers meant to be completed insurgency that bedev- a new calm on their as having surrendered hit the region frequently. have been pressing late last year, spilled into iled U.S. forces for years streets, will not allow it. the initiative and lost its At their annual security Tehran to cooperate the first months of 2008, and killed thousands of “You talk to people appeal. meeting, foreign minis- with the International and beyond. Iraqis and Americans has (Iraqis), and they just “Under current cir- ters of 26 countries and Atomic Energy Agency’s Officials say that withered to the point say, ‘Never again. We cumstances, it’s not a the European Union probe. among the evidence where it is “not even almost destroyed our- threat and arguably not endorsed the proposal by Iran, which is obligated given to the IAEA are much of a challenge any selves,’ “ he said in an even much of a chal- the Philippines and the as a signer of the Nuclear what seem to be Iranian more” to Iraq’s future, hour-long interview. lenge any more,” Crocker United States to conduct Nonproliferation Treaty draft plans to refit Ambassador Ryan “There is almost a kind said. “There isn’t a whole a disaster relief drill in not to develop nuclear missiles with nuclear Crocker said Thursday in of embarrassment over lot left of that insur- 2009, Singapore Foreign arms, raised suspicions warheads; explosives an interview with The it: ’How could we Iraqis gency, at least certainly Minister George Yeo said. about its intentions tests that could be used Associated Press. do that?’ “ in an active sense.” In addition to the exer- when it admitted in 2002 to develop a nuclear Crocker, a veteran His characterization of Crocker said the cise, members of the that it had run a secret detonator; and a draw- Mideast envoy who plans the state of the insur- insurgency is so weak- ASEAN Regional Forum atomic weapons pro- ing showing how to to wind up a nearly two- gency was striking, given ened it cannot even try will develop guidelines for gram for nearly two mold uranium metal year tour here in January, its central role in the to confront the govern- relief cooperation, and decades in violation of its into the shape of war- would not rule out that more than 5-year war ment, let alone over- explore the feasibility of commitment. heads. There are also Iraq could again descend and its proven ability to throw it. deploying military The Tehran regime questions about links into sectarian warfare in adjust, regroup and “By and large, what’s resources to bolster civilian insists it halted such between Iran’s military a contest for power and recruit. Crocker did not left of the insurgency is operations in disaster relief. work and is now only and civilian nuclear resources. But he assert that the insur- just trying to hang on,” — From wire reports trying to produce fuel facilities. expressed optimism that gency was dead, but he he said. Friday Television VEN-VENICE SPECIALS E-N-ENGLEWOOD MOVIES SAR-SARASOTA PC-PORT CHARLOTTE NEWS SPORTS ARC-ARCADIA SPG-SOUTH PUNTA GORDA KIDS JULY 25 MORNING AFTERNOON 8 AM 8:30 9 AM 9:30 10 AM 10:30 11 AM 11:30 12 PM 12:30 1 PM 1:30 2 PM 2:30 3 PM 3:30 4 PM 4:30 ABC ?77 7 7 10 7 Morning 686496 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. 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  • 18. Front Page 18 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com WEATHER / TV LISTINGS The Sun /Friday, July 25, 2008 TODAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THE NATION -10s -0s 0s 10s 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 100s 110s Seattle Five-day forecast 75/56 NICE provided by WINK-TV Partly sunny with a Partly sunny with a Clouds and sun with a Some sun with a Some sun with a thunderstorm thunderstorm thunderstorm t-storm possible t-storm possible Billings z> channel 11/cable 88/60 Minneapolis 22 a ? 84/65 2 2 22 channel 5. Tune in 92° / 74° 93° / 74° 92° / 74° 92° / 75° 91° / 75° is 21 ' Detroit New York at 6 and 11 p.m. Chicago 83/67 87/73 Jim Farrell 40% chance of rain 40% chance of rain 40% chance of rain 40% chance of rain 40% chance of rain 82/69 ?. VERY iii ii Washington• San Francisco t i i , , r 2 . Denver WARM CONDITIONS TODAY AIRPORT Plant City . 71/55 22 92/62 22 22 89/72 © i I? ?• ?- ? UV Index and RealFeel Temperature® Today Possible weather-related delays today. 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Charleston, WV 88 61 pc 87 66 t Nashville 88 71 pc 88 71 pc Pollen Index readings as of Thursday so you will be fishing in good territory or hunting Port Charlotte in good cover during those times. Major periods 92/74 Charlotte 92 67 pc 92 69 t New Orleans 93 78 t 91 76 t Trees 2 begin at the times shown and last for 1.5 to 2 Englewood Chicago 82 69 t 88 63 t New York City 87 73 s 89 74 pc Grass 2 hours. The minor periods are shorter. 90/73 Cincinnati 88 63 pc 88 66 t Norfolk, VA 89 73 pc 91 74 t Weeds 9 Gulf Water Punta Gorda Cleveland 84 68 pc 87 66 t Oklahoma City 95 74 s 100 74 s Molds 11750 TIDES Temperature Placida 92/72 Columbia, SC 96 72 pc 94 74 t Omaha 90 68 s 92 68 t absent low moderate high very high 92/72 Columbus, OH 86 66 pc 87 66 t Philadelphia 88 70 s 90 72 t High Low High Low Source: National Allergy Bureau Punta Gorda 88° Boca Grande Concord, NH Dallas 84 59 s 98 78 s 88 66 t 98 78 s Phoenix Pittsburgh 109 88 pc 106 85 t 84 62 pc 84 64 t ALMANAC Today 8:18a 2:19a 10:04p 4:06p Sat. 9:01a 2:42a --- 5:34p 86/76 W Denver 92 62 t 94 64 pc Portland, ME 80 61 pc 82 66 pc Punta Gorda through 5 p.m. Thursday Englewood Forecasts and graphics, except for the Fort Myers , G L. 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  • 19. OUR TOWN CHARLOTTE Many options for health and safety training PAGE 7 Americ an Rod Cross Friday, July 25, 2008 www.sun-herald.com Charlotte Sun Editor: Lorraine Schneeberger carnold@sun-herald.com CHRISTY ARNOLD Voters face postage snag Ballots require $1 to mail in — 16 cents more than two stamps cover Register GOP By NEIL HUGHES two stamps. There’s just one notice of the postage charge. 25,000 ballots for the primary STAFF WRITER problem: At 42 cents each, two “It’s going to read and state alone. Those ballots will need to vote in the Without $1 in paid postage, stamps would fall 16 cents $1 return postage required, so to have $1 in postage affixed, August primary absentee mail-in ballots for this year’s primary election short of the required postage fee. that there will not be any confusion about the rest of the or must be hand-delivered to the supervisor’s office in Punta may not be counted. As a result, Supervisor of ballots that are going out,” Gorda. T here’s Richard Worch and Bill Cameron ... both Over 18,000 envelopes have Elections Mac Horton Horton said. “I can’t do any- The postage problem has been sent out by the Charlotte announced Thursday that any thing about the ballots that apparently led to confusion former sheriffs ... both County Supervisor of Elections envelopes sent out between have already (been mailed).” with voters who have Republicans ... both courting office, each with a return now and the Aug. 26 primary The supervisor said he your votes (well, just Republi- mailer with placeholders for will include a manually added expects to mail out as many as POSTAGE | P6 cans for now). Only registered Republicans can vote in this heated race. Worch’s and Cameron’s counterparts in Sarasota Man rescues woman from sinking truck County are in a similar GOP- By JASON WITZ only primary. There, the STAFF WRITER August ballot choice is PUNTA GORDA — Velda Lawrence Dunklee, David McLarney was trapped. Gustafson and Thomas Knight. The 2007 Honda Ridgeline Again, Republicans only. was already being swallowed by Same goes with: the deep canal waters. McLarney • Charlotte County Commis- managed to roll . ? sion District 1, a four-way down the driver’s f battle of incumbent Tom side window, but D’Aprile versus Ruth she could not get Bromberg, Russell Garrod and out. Bob Starr. And then he • Charlotte County Commis- came. Peter Anthony MCLARNEY sion District 3, a three-way race with incumbent Tom ?1. rushed to the dock Moore facing challengers and pulled the 71-year-old ? Punta Gorda woman from the Robert Skidmore and Richard .L water-logged cab. The vehicle Sinclair. sank moments later. • Charlotte County Commis- “I’m truly amazed how fast it sion District 5, also a three- happened,” McLarney said. “I way battle with incumbent don’t think I’ve Tricia Duffy against Ray Cowen had such a fright- and Douglas Tucker. ening experience • Airport Authority District 3, in my life.” a two-way between Gary IV The Punta Stasko and Herb Stephens. Gorda woman had • Sarasota County Commis- L _Y planned on taking - J. :t r jj ++ Y l her husband, sion District 1, a two-way I ?4 Patrick McLarney, ANTHONY between Carolyn Mason and - r = kayaking Thursday morning at Richard Redding. Ponce de Leon Park. The • Sarasota County Property peaceful trip became a night- Appraiser, a duel between Bill mare when Velda accidentally f Furst and Jim Todora. O 00 ? i drove the truck into the canal. • State Rep District 71, a It took emergency crews three-way of Chris Constance, several hours to remove the Ken Roberson and Richard submerged vehicle from the Santos. murky brown water. But it could have been worse • State Rep. District 72, a had Anthony not reacted so two-way of Paige Kreegel and fast, authorities said. Keith S. Richter. The 52-year-old Arcadia man • State Senate District 23, a had been fishing at a nearby north-side v. south-side battle - 4? pier when he saw the incident. between Nancy Detert and Anthony ran across the Michael Grant. concrete walkway to the boat • State Senate District 27, a launch. The current had swept two-way between Matt Cald- McLarney’s vehicle toward well and Ed Heeney. open water. Moments earlier, McLarney • U.S. Congress District 16, a SUN PHOTO BY SARAH COWARD, scoward@sun-herald.com was preparing for the morning three-way involving Gayle Tow truck personnel, city of Punta Gorda police, media and passersby watch as a silver Honda Ridgeline is trip with her husband. Harrell, Tom Rooney and Hal pulled out of the water at Ponce de Leon Park Thursday. The vehicle’s owner accidentally launched the Valeche. pickup down the boat ramp and into the mouth of Marion Creek at the entrance to Charlotte Harbor. TRUCK | P6 Lots of one-party-only action happening this August. The winners of those Repub- lican primaries will face a Democrat, write-in or other Love of horses pays off for local family By TEDDI THOSATH negotiate six to eight obsta- bred at Gauge’s stables, Gene candidate in November. SUN CORRESPONDENT cles that might be found on a Gage Performance Horses in For some races, the August PUNTA GORDA — Horses trail, as well as demonstrate a Punta Gorda, and trained by primary battle is the only have always been a family walk, jog and lope “in a Gage and Steffenhagen. ballot that matters ... yet, only event for Gene Gage. The responsive and willing During the show, Helens Republicans can play. Punta Gorda resident grew manner.” Reflection had to be guided Except that there’s a up going to horse shows and “It’s exciting, the over a bridge, allow Steffen- loophole. has turned her passion for adrenaline’s pumping and hagen to open a gate, turn horses into a career — with you’re just frozen in the around in a 6-foot-by-6-foot Democrats, Independents, her family still attending moment, hoping and praying box and complete other trail- Communists, etc., wanting to shows and helping her at the she can get through it,” said style obstacles while keeping vote in the Worch-Cameron, barn. Gage, who is also Steffen- an even stride and being on Detert-Grant, County Com- Gage proudly watched this hagen’s trainer, said. “It’s a pace during the course. mission and other races can month as her horse and her fun show, and highly com- “You work hard and you do so. 17-year-old niece, Ashle petitive, and we like to show just make commitments,” Voters can switch parties by Steffenhagen, won the on the national level. I’m Gage said. “I love the horses the end of Monday in order to American Paint Horse extremely competitive and — it’s a passion. I’m 48 and Association World Champi- want to go where the best have been doing it my whole participate in the many onship title in Solid Paint- go.” life. Luckily, we’ve been important primary elections Bred Trail. To win the top Gage has been attending successful with (our horses). PHOTO PROVIDED BY next month. honor, Steffenhagen and APHA shows for the past 20 It’s a family ordeal.” KC MONTGOMERY PHOTOGRAPHY The great thing about the Helens Reflection, a 5-year- years, and had two other Steffenhagen, a senior at Rider Ashle Steffenhagen with Helens loophole: Voters can return to old paint mare named after horses win World Champi- Charlotte High School, has Reflection, winner of the American Paint their parties for the general another niece of Gage’s, were onship titles in the past few Horse Association World Championship judged on their ability to years. Helens Reflection was HORSES | P6 in Solid Paint-Bred Trail. election. ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... . . Go to your nearest Supervi- INDEX| Calendar 2 | Police Beat 3 | Obituaries 5 | Puzzles 12 | Horoscopes 12 | Comics 13 | Dear Abby 13 | Viewpoint 14| Opinion 15 sor of Elections Office before ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... . . POLICE BEAT day’s end Monday, fill out a form declaring you’re a PAGE 3 CORRECTIONS • An editorial published in Thursday’s Our Town stated Florida Power & Light customers’ rates will increase by $9 a month to cover the cost of Republican and then you too building three solar energy plants in Florida. FPL rates to cover the plants’ construction will increase by at most 81 cents a month and an average can have a say in electing your of 31 cents a month over the life of the plant, according to the company. • Harvey Goldberg is the vice mayor of Punta Gorda. A story in Thursday’s Our Town reported otherwise. local leaders.
  • 20. Our Town Page 2 C www.sun-herald.com The Sun /Friday, July 25, 2008 | COMMUNITY CALENDAR All phone number area meeting. 941-625-4969. Avenue Recreation Mondays, Wednesdays include Eyeglass World, rian Church food pro- codes are 941 unless Singles/couples dance, Center, 23400 Harold and Fridays from the Panther Hollow Dental gram registrations, otherwise indicated. Ave., Port Charlotte. Cost, 7-10 p.m. at the Cultural Cultural Center of Char- Lodge, Hearing Centers of 10-11:30 a.m. today; $60. 627-1074. Center of Charlotte lotte County, 2280 Aaron Charlotte County, Unity 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 1 and ■ TODAY Intermediate adult County, 2280 Aaron St., St., Port Charlotte, to both Medical, Murdock Family Aug. 8 at the church, tennis, 2-3 p.m. Monday Port Charlotte. Doors Bay Pines and Fort Myers Medicine, Advanced 18305 Wintergarden Ave., ■ GOVERNMENT and Friday at the Harold open at 6:45 p.m. Soft clinics. Drivers needed. Imaging and Tidewell Port Charlotte. The Avenue Recreation drinks, wine coolers, beer 575-3670. Hospice. Free; open to the church is a SHARE Center, 23400 Harold and snacks are available. AA meeting, 6-7 p.m. public. 766-1882. Florida Food Distribution Punta Gorda Develop- Ave., Port Charlotte. Cost, Proper attire (no jeans) Wednesdays and Fridays Alex’s Lemonade Stand Site. Save money each ment Review Committee $60. 627-1074. requested. Cost, $5. at 308 Virginia Ave., Punta and yard sale, 8 a.m.- month on your food bill. meeting, 9 a.m. at City 625-4175. Ladies bridge, 2 p.m. at Gorda. Doughnuts and 3 p.m. at the Beckman No income requirements. Hall, 326 W. Marion Ave., the Punta Gorda Isles coffee provided. 575-4440. family residence, 1114 Cash, check or EBTs Punta Gorda. 575-3369. Charlotte County ■ CLUBS/CLASSES Civic Association, 2001 Manilla Lane, Punta accepted. 286-7860. Environmentally Sensi- Shreve St., Punta Gorda. ■ SATURDAY Gorda. The Beckman Nurse Practitioner Cafe Philo, philosophical 833-4441 or 575-8078. children will be taking Diabetes Clinic grand tive Lands Oversight discussion group, Youth strings group, ■ EVENTS donations for a cup of opening and open Committee meeting, 10-11:30 a.m. at the Mid- 4-5 p.m. at Good Shep- fresh lemonade, and a house, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at 3 p.m. at the County County Regional Library, herd Day School, Lower portion of the proceeds 21216 Olean Blvd., Suite Administration Center, Public forum, 10 a.m. at 2050 Forrest Nelson School campus, 1800 from the yard sale will 8, Port Charlotte. Brunch Building B, Room 106B, the Punta Gorda Isles Blvd., Port Charlotte. Shreve St., Punta Gorda. also go to Alex’s Lemon- available. No patients 18500 Murdock Circle, Civic Association, 2001 Topic: Chosen day of Student violinists and ade Stand Foundation, after 11 a.m. on opening Murdock. 764-4360. Shreve St., Punta Gorda. meeting; and 11:30 a.m.- other string instruments which emerged from the day; walk-ins welcome. Sponsored by the South 1 p.m. at the Punta Gorda are invited to join. Differ- front yard lemonade stand Clinic supervised by Dr. ■ EVENTS ent levels and ages. Charlotte County Coali- of cancer patient Alexan- Lenita Hanson, board- Public Library, 424 W. tion. Topic: upcoming Henry St. Topic: “Is war Performs at various dra “Alex” Scott (1996- certified endocrinologist. Florida Gulf Coast ballot initiative on the necessary?” Presented by community venues. Cost, 2004). At the age of 4, Diabetes classes provid- University Small Busi- 1 percent sales tax $5 per weekly lesson. Alex decided she wanted ed by Living Smart ness training seminars, the Arts & Humanities extension. Presentations to hold a lemonade stand 9 a.m.-noon at the Char- Council. Free; open to the 575-2139. by officials from Charlotte Diabetes Self Manage- public. 764-8100. Ballroom dancing, to raise money to help find ment Program. 484-1200 lotte County Chamber of County government and Cafe Socrates, learning 4:30-5:30 p.m. Fridays; a cure for all children with Kool Katz, 7 p.m. at Commerce, 2702 Tamiami the city of Punta Gorda. 11 a.m.-noon Wednes- cancer. Open to the American Legion Post Trail, Port Charlotte. Topic: and discussion group, days at South County Free; open to the public. public. 110, 3152 Harbor Blvd., “How to Manage Your 1:30-3 p.m. at the Mid- 637-8690. County Regional Library, Regional Park, 670 YaYa Girls golf tourney Port Charlotte. Credit.” Presented by Bicycle safety rodeo, Meeting Room A, 2050 Cooper St., Punta Gorda. benefit, 7 a.m. registra- The Top Hats, 5-9 p.m. FGCU Small Business 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Forrest Nelson Blvd., Port Sponsored by Charlotte tion; 8 a.m. shotgun start at Fishermen’s Village Development Center. Franz Ross Park YMCA, Charlotte. Topic: “Listening County Parks, Recreation at Bobcat Trail Golf Club, Center Stage, 1200 W. Cost, $20. Open to the 19333 Quesada Ave., Port & Cultural Resources 1350 Bobcat Trail, North Retta Esplanade, Punta public. Online registration to the sounds of silence.” Department. Instructor, Charlotte. AAA will have a Port. “The YaYa’s for Gorda. Swing/big band at http://cli.fgcu.edu/sbdc. Presented by the Arts & bicycle safety demonstra- Humanities Council. Free; Barbara File-Marangon. TaTa’s” Golf Tournament music. Free; open to the 627-2222. tion. Free bikes, helmets, open to the public. Cost, $35 individuals; $60 benefits breast cancer public. 639-8721. YMCA “Kids Night gun locks and other safety 764-8100. couples per month. research. Cost of $65 Out,” 6:30-10:30 p.m. items offered. Free American Legion Post 505-8686. includes green fee, golf SUBSCRIPTIONS today, Aug. 15 and Aug. popcorn, face-painting 110, 7-10 p.m. music by Contract bridge, cart, continental breakfast 29 at Franz Ross Park and hotdogs. Free; open Home Delivery Rates: The Doo Wops at 3152 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the and lunch. 429-0500 or YMCA, 19333 Quesada to the public. 629-9622. Newspaper designated market: Harbor Blvd., Port Char- Cultural Center of Char- 258-6262. Ave., Port Charlotte. Country jamboree City Zone- Carrier home delivered lotte. Full dinner menu lotte County, 2280 Aaron “Finding Poetry in 7 days. Activities include swim- benefit, noon at American available. 629-7442. St., Port Charlotte. Nature” workshop, ming, active games, Legion Post 103, 2101 Deep Creek Elks, 625-4175. 10 a.m.-noon at Edison Rates as follows plus 7% Florida Sales popcorn and movies, and Taylor Road, Punta 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday and Euchre, 7-9:30 p.m. College Charlotte Cam- Tax: game room. Open to Gorda. Benefit for all Saturday dinner with Fridays at the Cultural pus, 26300 Airport Road, Monthly Bank/Credit Card Draft.....$11.67 children in kindergarten Charlotte County veter- entertainment to follow at Center of Charlotte Punta Gorda. Presented 3 Months......................................$44.50 through fifth grade. Cost, ans. Festivities include a 1133 Capricorn Blvd., County, 2280 Aaron St., by the Peace River Center 6 Months......................................$80.00 $10 for Y members; $15 barbecue, bake sale, Port Charlotte. Cost, $1 for Writers. Poet Gail Ghai for nonmembers. Reserva- Deep Creek. Friday games, raffles and prizes. 1 Year.........................................$140.00 dinner, special fish fry, or for center members; $2.50 will demonstrate explo- Mail subscription rates: tions required. 629-9622, Live music by the country- chef’s special. Reserva- for nonmembers. ration of nature as the Rates as follows (advance payment ext. 106. western group Bob & tions preferred. 764-6825. 743-5536. basis for moving poetry. required): Fourth Friday Speaker Buck. Prizes awarded for 7 Days Trimnastics, 9:30 a.m. Mah-jongg, 7-9:30 p.m. Learn to turn sensory Series, 2 p.m. at the Best Dressed Western 3 Months 6 Months 1 Year at the Harold Avenue at the Cultural Center of responses to the natural Charlotte County Histori- Wear; dance contests. $95.00 $170.00 $300.00 Recreation Center, 23400 Charlotte County, 2280 world into poetry that cal Center, 22959 Auction for a limited- Sunday Only Aaron St., Port Charlotte. resonates with feeling and Bayshore Road, Charlotte Harold Ave., Port Char- edition 2008 All Star imagery. Cost, $10 per 3 Months 6 Months 1 Year lotte. Cost, $40 for 20 625-4175. Game baseball, the $49.35 $92.40 $153.30 Harbor. Tina Powell to workshop hour for mem- Single Copy rates speak about about coastal classes. 625-0895. official baseball used ecology. Cost, $2 for Peace River Quilters ■ SERVICES/ during the last All Star bers; $20 per workshop Daily . . . . . . .50¢ hour for nonmembers. Sunday . . . . $1.75 adults; $1 for children. Guild, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at SUPPORT GROUPS Game played in the Unclaimed account balances under $10, Episcopal Church of the 575-1976. 629-7278. original Yankee Stadium. inactive for 15 months, will be used to Good Shepherd, 401 W. Blood drives, 9 a.m.- Antique auto show, purchase newspapers for classroom use. Peace River shallow- Donations needed; bring Henry St., Punta Gorda. noon at Colonial 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at water adventure, items to the post on the Sun Newspapers CUSTOMER SERVICE 9:30 a.m. at Ponce de 833-3379. Bank,19720 Cochran the Punta Gorda Wal-Mart day of event. Everyone is POLICY – Delivery should be expected Leon Park, 4000 W. Tai chi, 11 a.m.-noon at Blvd., Port Charlotte; and Cruise-In, Jones Loop and invited. 661-3446. prior to 5 a.m. Monday through Saturday Marion Ave., Punta Harold Avenue Recreation 1:30-4 p.m. at Wal-Mart, Taylor roads. Presented by Fred Lang Founda- and 5:30 a.m. Sunday. Gorda. Sponsored by the Center, 23400 Harold 375 Kings Highway, Port tion’s fifth annual The Veteran Motor Car Customer Service hours: 6 a.m. to Charlotte Harbor Environ- Ave., Port Charlotte. Charlotte. Florida’s Blood Summer Ball, 6 p.m. Club of America. All 5 p.m. Monday - Friday; Saturday and mental Center and the Instructor, Bob Cameron. Centers-Port Charlotte. cash bar social; 7 p.m. owners of any type of Sunday 7 a.m. to noon. To subscribe or Peace River Basin Board Sponsored by Charlotte 625-1874. dinner at the Punta Gorda vehicle at least 20 years to report any problems with your service, County Parks, Recreation Holy Spirit Outpouring, old are welcome to please call 941-206-1300 or toll-free of Southwest Florida Isles Yacht Club, 1780 W. at 877-818-6204. You may visit our Water Management & Cultural Resources. 7 p.m. every evening at Marion Ave., Punta participate. Free; open to office at: 23170 Harborview Road, Port District. Learn the impor- Cost, $25 per month. Peace Lutheran Church, Gorda. Silent and live the public. 637-3800. Charlotte, FL 33980 tance of the Peace River 627-1074. 21500 Gibralter Drive, auctions with auctioneer Wintergarden Presbyte- watershed and Charlotte Well Quest low-impact Port Charlotte. Worship, Phil Wilson and music and aerobics, 11 a.m.-noon at prayer and healing Harbor estuary. Dress to get wet. Free; open to the the Harold Avenue services. 625-4969. dancing to MC Squared. 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  • 21. Friday, July 25, 2008/ The Sun LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS www.sun-herald.com C Our Town Page 3 Port Charlotte man charged with sexual battery A Port Charlotte man is Capps, 31, 21000 block of 46, 900 block of Bayard Charges: retail theft and accused of fondling a 16- | POLICE BEAT Meehan Ave., Port Char- St., Port Charlotte. resisting a retail mer- year-old girl at the home The information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriff’s office, lotte. Charge: writ of Charge: violation of chant. Bond: $3,000. where they both live. Florida Highway Patrol, jail and fire rescue records. Not every arrest leads to bodily attachment — probation (original • Guerero A. Leal, 52, Gary Leo Nixon, 42, was a conviction and guilt or innocence is determined by the court system. nonsupport. Bond: $670. charge: no valid driver’s Ruskin. Charge: no valid charged with sexual • Courtney Michelle license). Bond: $800. driver’s license. Bond: battery Tuesday, following allegedly became bel- report said. Warram, 20, 2000 block of • Al Rubin Jones, 25, $500. allegations that he ligerent. He appeared He will now be charged Warne St., Port Charlotte. 21000 block of Bersell • Trevor N. Turner, 27, attempted to have sex very intoxicated, accord- with burglary and grand Charge: amended viola- Ave., Port Charlotte. Cape Coral. Charge: with the teen while she ing to a Sheriff’s Office theft, to go along with the tion of probation (original Charge: violation of amended violation of slept. report. previous burglary and charges: possession of probation (original probation (original The girl told authorities As the deputy helped possession of burglary less than 20 grams of charge: amended DUI). charges: grand theft and Nixon removed her Kubiak sit up, Kubiak tools charges. He marijuana and posses- Bond: $1,500. criminal mischief ). Bond: panties and fondled her, reportedly punched him remained in jail Thursday sion of drug parapherna- • James Howard Wem- none. according to a Charlotte in the groin. The deputy on $12,500 bond. lia). Bond: $4,000. ple, 30, Boynton Beach. • Thorne Wolfgang County Sheriff’s Office reacted by smacking • Lori Gray Gardner, 43, Charge: violation of Norris, 25, Port Charlotte. report. The alleged Kubiak in the head with No underage alcohol 100 block of Duxbury probation (original Charge: giving false name incident occurred at his flashlight, the report Ave., Port Charlotte. charge: driving while to a law enforcement sales reported Charges: battery on a law license is suspended or Nixon’s home, where five said. officer. Bond: $1,000. of the victim’s siblings Kubiak was taken to Fourteen Punta Gorda enforcement officer and revoked with knowledge). • David Bruce McGov- lived. Peace River Regional businesses refused to sell resisting an officer Bond: $1,000. ern, 18, 20000 block of One of the siblings told Medical Center to treat alcohol to minors during without violence. Bond: • Ronald David Getz, Kinderkemac Ave., Port the teen a similar inci- his injury, and then to the a random compliance none. 34, 2000 block of David Charlotte. Charge: no dent occurred with her Charlotte County Jail. He check by authorities. • Ryan Arthur Spears, Ave., North Port. Charge: driver’s license. Bond: last year when they lived is being held without The Punta Gorda Police 24, 400 block of Glenridge violation of probation $500. in Michigan, the report bond. Department and investi- Ave., Port Charlotte. (original charge: attempt • David Stanley Hardi- said. gators with the Division Charge: violation of to purchase cocaine). probation (original Bond: none. son, 40, 25000 block of Nixon was taken to the Alleged thief faces of Alcoholic Beverages & Helena Ave., Port Char- Tobacco Bureau of Law charge: driving while • David T. Strickland, Charlotte County Jail, more charges Enforcement teamed up license is suspended or 38, 6100 Lomax St., Port lotte. Charges: grand where he is being held on theft and dealing in $50,000 bond. The 36-year-old Punta Wednesday to conduct a revoked). Bond: none. Charlotte. Charges: • Elizabeth Johanna domestic battery and stolen property. Bond: Gorda man who was sweep of area businesses. Smith, 25, 4000 block of criminal mischief. Bond: $7,500. Englewood man caught rafter of Winn- ceiling hiding in the The operation is the result of a partnership Ulman Ave., North Port. none. allegedly hit deputy Dixie Tuesday night will between the agencies to Charge: aggravated • Randy Louis Greene, The Punta Gorda Police face additional charges. stop illegal alcohol sales battery. Bond: none. 37, Port Charlotte. Department reported the A 24-year-old Engle- wood man learned the Richard Wayne Pearson to minors. • Linda Marie Thon, 49, Charge: violation of following arrest: hard way that punching a told detectives he Of the 14 establish- 3000 block of Elkcam probation (original • Brian Harold Bennett, deputy in the groin will planned to come down ments checked, no one Blvd., Port Charlotte. charge: state parks 27, 400 block of Showal- not go unchecked. after the supermarket was reported in violation, Charges: resisting a violation). Bond: $550. ter Ave., Punta Gorda. Brian Edwin Kubiak has closed to steal food, according to a police merchant and grand • Jesse Allen Smith, 24, Charges: dealing in stolen a gash on his head to according to a Charlotte report. theft. Bond: $3,500. 4300 block of Butterfly property and grand theft. remind him. County Sheriff’s Office • Michael Eldore Lane, North Port. Bond: $7,500. Kubiak, of the 6000 report. The Charlotte County Auclair, 18, 100 block of block of San Casa Drive, Pearson was linked to a Sheriff’s Office reported Eppinger Drive, Port was charged with battery June 27 burglary at the the following arrests: Charlotte. Charge: out of on a law enforcement same Winn-Dixie, located • Dawn Michelle warrant — violation of officer. along U.S. 17 in Punta Hedges, 25, 10 Golfview probation (original A Charlotte County Gorda, where store Road, Rotonda West. charge: driving while What’s going Sheriff’s Office deputy managers reported the Charges: possession of license is suspended). was dispatched to the theft of oxycodone pills drug paraphernalia and Bond: $5,000. on out on the • Antonio Raymond Publix parking lot in Englewood Wednesday to from the pharmacy. On Tuesday, Pearson possession of crack cocaine. Bond: $3,000. Campbell, 15, 3000 block water? a report of an individual climbed into the ceiling • Margaret Alcaraz, 42, of Maple Terrace, Port Find out every Thursday, passed out near the through an opening, but 3400 block of Bellefonte Charlotte. Charge: violation of community only in WaterLine, only in store’s entrance. his plan was foiled when Ave., North Port. Charge: The deputy attempted an employee noticed a DUI. Bond: $750. control. Bond: none. to wake Kubiak, who shoe print on a box, the • George Thomas • Steve Francis Carey, FLORIDAʼS LARGEST DISCOUNT BOUTIQUE HAND PAINTED CLOTHING • COORDINATE GROUPS • SEPARATES • SHORT SETS 50% to 70% • CRUISE WEAR • SWIM WEAR • SPORT WEAR • BEACH WEAR • FOOTWEAR • HEAD WEAR Hit-and-run victim saves six lives in final act By TERRY O’CONNOR ASSISTANT NORTH PORT EDITOR PORT CHARLOTTE — The investigation contin- honor their son’s organ donor commitment. “When we were approached in the hospital shape, no internal bleed- ing. It just looked odd to everybody.” His wife was more emphatic. viewing witnesses and following up on a number of leads. He said the next update on the case might come next week. He B usiness OFF ENTIRE N ues into the hit-and-run it was tough,” Tab said. “In death of 20-year-old Alex Tab Teehee of North Port. life, that was a decision he had already made by “You don’t have to beat around the bush,” Carol acknowledged the acci- dent was odd. STOCK Alfred Dunner The Florida Highway Patrol is pursuing several himself at a young age, 15 or 16 years old. We were said. “It was intentional.” “I think they are leaning “Hit-and-run fatalities, depending on the county ame Koret of California Jackets • Pants leads and talking to a given the final decision on toward this not being and the different areas and Capris • Shorts number of witnesses about that. We definitely had to accidental,” Tab said. “We circumstances, for the Embroidered Tops A the fatal July 13 incident, think about that. It would never felt it was accidental. most part they are pretty Cruise Wear which does not appear to have been very selfish At this point, we just want rare,” Miller said. Casual Wear be accidental. Teehee was struck at against us to potentially go against what Alex firmly them to work to find whoever did this, whether Alex moved to North Port in 2001 from Okla- warness FASHIONS 11 p.m. on the edge of Sibley Bay Street in Port believed in.” The nonsmoking Alex accidental or not, just find the people or persons homa. He graduated from North Port High School in ‘N’ MORE Charlotte, where he had just moved. He was taken was a rare donor, one whose young body was in responsible.” The vehicle involved in 2006, and had just moved to Port Charlotte. His Coming Port Charlotte 2150 Tamiami Trail CHARLOTTE SQUARE Soon!!! 334112 by MedStar to Lee Memo- good shape, except for the the accident fled the scene family is working through rial Hospital, where he was head injuries that caused traveling northbound, the the pain of losing him. 348552 625-3433 SANDALS • HATS • SCARVES • EARRINGS • PINS pronounced dead the next his death. When the Florida Highway Patrol “It’s certainly something day. Teehees decided, LifeLink reported. The Teehees said nobody should have to go The Teehee family, which includes Alex coordinator Elaine Maki quickly made the neces- the FHP has told them interviews with witnesses through, that’s for sure,” Tab said. “He hadn’t even J AHICK Teehee’s two young sons, sary connections to have been productive. been living in that neigh- PRO FESSIONAL Kaden and Eli, has been implant Alex’s donations. “They’ve interviewed borhood for a week.” told by the FHP that the “They were really excited some people who were In lieu of flowers, the investigation is progressing because certain organs changing stories around, family asks for donations well. were hard to find recipi- which is indicative that to an education fund for “NEW PATIENTS” WELCOME, “OLD PATIENTS” ADORED “They’re not telling us ents for, including kidneys they know something,” Tab Alex’s children. 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  • 23. Friday, July 25, 2008/ The Sun LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS www.sun-herald.com C Our Town Page 5 | OBITUARIES Belton; sons, Charles express your condolences Campbellton, Fla. daughter, Sandra Enga. In Memoriam (Cecilia) Kapudjija of to the family at Champ lived in Arcadia Visitation will be held R A Head Punta Gorda, Fla., and www.englewoodfh.com. for the past 52 years, from 9 a.m. until a funeral Kenneth Kapudjija of Arrangements are by moving service at 10 a.m. Satur- R A Head, 83, of Arcadia, Fla., passed away Rock Creek, Ohio; grand- Englewood Community from day, July 26, 2008, at Wednesday, July 23, 2008, at his home, surrounded sons, Nicholas and Justin Funeral Home & Crema- Tallahassee, Ponger-Kays-Grady by his family. of Punta Gorda; sisters, tion Service, Englewood. Fla. He Chapel, 50 N. Hillsbor- He was born Aug. 21, 1924, in Faye Woodard of Dallas, retired from ough Ave., Arcadia, with Jasper, Fla., and moved to Arcadia Texas, and Phyllis Wood- Stephen A. Orange the Rev. John Spratlin when he was 10 years old. ham (Eddie Burgess) of County, Fla., officiating. Burial will R A was involved in many business- Williams Austin, Texas; brother, where he follow at Oak Ridge es, including pulpwood, farming, Fred L. Woodham of A special thank-you to was employed for many Cemetery in Arcadia. mobile home sales and underground Summerville, S.C.; everyone and TideWell years. Arrangements are by utilities, and he originated trash nephews, James (Heidi) Hospice in Port Char- He leaves to cherish his Ponger-Kays-Grady pickup in DeSoto County, Fla. He was Woodard of Las Vegas, lotte and Englewood. memories a loving and Funeral Home. a member of the Elks, Moose, American Nev., Michael Woodard of You are all our “Angel devoted wife, Johnnie Bell Legion and AMVETS, and attended Pine Corpus Christi, Texas, Lee Hearts.” Washington; sons, Champ James C. Level United Methodist Church. As a (Denise) Woodham and Washington Jr. of Cordell, member of the U.S. Navy in World War II, Stephen A. Williams, 55, Williams Sr. Patrick Woodham, all of Ga., George (Yvonne) he served in the Atlantic and Pacific South Carolina, Michael of Port Charlotte, Fla., and Washington of Atlanta, James Clarence “JC” Theaters. Smith of Phoenix, Ariz., formerly of Reno, Nev., Ga., Ozie Washington of “Uncle Jake” Williams Sr., He is survived by his beloved wife, Darlene Ashton and Mark Smith of Austin; died Wednesday, July 23, Orlando, Fla., James 79, passed away Saturday, Head; son, John “Boo” (Linda) Head of Ruskin, Fla.; great-nephews Brian 2008, at TideWell Hospice (Deon) Washington of July 19, daughters, Connie (Rowdy) Bateman of Arcadia, Woodward of Corpus in Englewood, Fla. Port Charlotte, Fla., and 2008. and Bobbi (Steve) Bates of Arcadia; grandchildren, Christi, and Jackson He was born July 31, Johnny C. (Sharon) He was Walt Bates, Cason Bateman, Austin Bateman, Woodham of South 1952. Washington, Anthony born June 1, Dakota Head, Sierra Head, Noah Head, Brittany Carolina; and her many Stephen was the loving (Vickie) Washington, 1929, in Head, Richard Bird of Huston, Texas, Chris friends. She was preceded father of Stephanie (Ryan) Michael Washington and Lacount, (Suzanne) Bird of Gainesville, Fla., Karen (Fred) in death by her parents, Ruiz and Adam Ivonelli of Marvin Washington, all of La., to Teston of Lakeland, Fla., Susan Jacoby of Lakeland, the Rev. and Mrs. Fred D. Reno; grandfather of Arcadia; daughters, Inetta and and Aubry Hall of Indianapolis, Ind.; and many Woodham. Tatum and Tiana Ruiz, Deloris (Eli) Maybell of Oscar Williams. nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by Funeral services were both of Reno; beloved son Nocatee, Fla., Nancy (the JC met Mary Etta Bush his first wife, MaryLou Reynolds Head; son, Robert held Saturday, July 19, of Marilyn Williams; dear Rev. Leroy Shaw) and and they married Dec. 25, Head; grandson, Quinton Bates; brother, Russell 2008, in Belton, Texas. brother of Ray, Christine, Mary Ann Richardson, 1973. Head; sisters, Eula Dunn and Deatha Tinsley; and Arrangements were by Marty and Theresa both of Arcadia; sisters, He leaves to cherish his nephew, Darrell Head. Dossman Funeral Home, Williams, and Brenda Leona Clemons of Talla- memories four loving A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Belton. (Dale) Rowe. He was also hassee, Fla., Elizabeth children, Latasha I. July 26, 2008, at Oak Ridge Cemetery. A celebration the beloved son of Ray- Murphy of Tampa, Fla., Williams, James Clarence of his life will follow at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 26, Harry D. Rivers Jr. mond Williams, who Mattie (Rufus) Clark and Williams Jr., Mary 2008, at Pine Level United Methodist Church. At the preceded him in death. Lillie M. Brown, both of Williams and Dorothy conclusion of the service, a luncheon will be held at Harry D. Rivers Jr., 39, Services will be at a later Arcadia; eight sisters-in- Williams; grandchildren, the church. Online condolences may be made at formerly of Port Charlotte, date in Michigan. law; three brothers-in- T’Neasha M. Hillard, www.pongerkaysgrady.com. Fla., passed away sudden- Arrangements were law; 47 grandchildren; 51 Terence S. Williams, Kyla In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to ly Monday, July 21, 2008, made in Port Charlotte. great-grandchildren; four B. Peterson, Kayla B. TideWell Hospice. in Englewood, Fla. great-great-grandchil- Peterson and Jaishon Arrangements are by Ponger-Kays-Grady Funeral He was born Oct. 25, NORTH PORT dren; special friend, Williams; great-grand- Home and Cremation Services. 1968, the son of Dorothy Rubin Robinson; and a child, Tanecia Hillard; and Harry Rivers. Charles E. host of nephews, nieces, sister, Pearl B. (Roy) CHARLOTTE Punta Gorda; as well as Harry was employed by Quirk Jr. cousins and many Ashford of Barnwell, several aunts, uncles, Berlin Sign Company in sorrowing friends. He was Texas; sister-in-law, Nettie Joseph E. nieces, nephews, cousins Venice, Fla. He was a past Charles E. “Chuck” Quirk preceded in death by two Murphy of Wauchula, Daniel III and friends. She was member of the Castleton Jr., 77, of North Port, Fla., brothers-in-law; and a Fla.; special nephews, preceded in death by her Boat Club. He loved died Sunday, July 20, 2008, Joseph E. Daniel III, 32, sister-in-law. Johnnie Rhynes, Clinton father, Timothy J. Hoop; boating, fishing and at home. of Port Charlotte, Fla., Visitation will be held Kelly and Robert L. Bush mother, Katherine Hoop; hunting, and also was an He was born passed away Monday, July from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Jr.; special niece, Consue- and sister; Paula M. excellent chef. Oct. 30, 1930, in 21, 2008. today, Friday, July 25, lo C. Bush; and a host of Hoop. He leaves behind his Montour Falls, He was born May 22, 2008, at Hickson Funeral nieces and nephews. He Memorial services will brothers, Glenn (Sharon) N.Y. 1976, in Arcadia, Fla. Home. Services will be at was preceded in death by be held at a later date. and Shawn (Laura); sister, Charles had lived in Joseph loved being 11 a.m. Saturday, July 26, his parents; his wife, Arrangements are by Nadine (Charles) Fuda; North Port for more than outdoors and enjoyed 2008, at St. John Baptist Mary; three brothers; and Fort Myers Memorial several nieces, nephews, 30 years. He was a U.S. boating, tubing, riding his Church, 208 Gordon St., one sister. Gardens Funeral Home aunts and his special Navy veteran and was a four wheeler and going Arcadia. Visitation will be held mudding with his friends. and Cemetery, Fort aunt, Pearl; three loves of senior chief petty officer Arrangements are by from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Myers, Fla. his life, Diane Wade, storekeeper. He was a He enjoyed working with Hickson Funeral Home, today, Friday, July 25, Sandy Hughes and Betsy member of San Pedro his hands and working on Arcadia. 2008, at Hickson Funeral Wisheart F. Schultheis; and his pet Catholic Church, their his 4x4. Home Chapel, 142 South dogs, Jackie and Ratchet. Holy Name Society, head He will be greatly missed Hudson Marjorie R. Webb Orange Ave., Arcadia. by his mother, Debbie Jo He was preceded in death usher of all 5 p.m. Satur- There will be a service at Wisheart F. Hudson, 78, by his father. day Masses, bingo coordi- Marjorie R. Webb, 74, of 2:30 p.m. Saturday, July Rude Hill; father, Joseph of Port Charlotte, Fla., nator and their funding (Ruth Dixon) Daniel Jr.; Friends may call from Arcadia, Fla., passed away 26, 2008, at the funeral passed away Friday, July noon until the funeral auditor; a 50-year mem- Tuesday, July 22, 2008, at home. Burial will follow at brother, Justin Daniel; 18, 2008. ber of Branch 67 Fleet sister, Paige Daniel; services at 3 p.m. today, her home, from a brief Oak Ridge Cemetery in He was born Friday, July 25, 2008, at Reserve Association; a illness. grandmother, Mary Jo Arcadia. Aug. 7, 1929, in Ray Funeral Home in member of the VFW and She was born April 22, Rude; grandparents, Jim Arrangements are by and Marion Dixon; love of Washington, D.C. Castleton, N.Y. Burial will American Legion 0254 of 1934, in Nocatee, Fla., Hickson Funeral Home, Wisheart follow at Horizonview North Port; and a Smith- and was a lifelong his life and fiancée, Mary moved to the Port Char- Arcadia. Cemetary in Schodack, sonian member. resident. Hirschy, and her son, lotte area in 1980 from He is survived by his Jimmy Lee Porter; along Alexandria, Va. He retired N.Y. wife, Barbara; son, Marjorie was a real OBITUARY POLICY with many aunts, uncles, after 29 years of service in In lieu of flowers, dona- estate agent, an accoun- Obituaries are accepted cousins and friends. He tions in Harry’s name may Charles E. “Sam” tant and a small-business from funeral homes only. the U.S. Army. After be made to Suncoast (Embrey) Quirk III of owner. She was a member There is no charge for was preceded in death by retirement, he became a his pop, Eddie Rude; and member of the U.S. Coast Humane Society, 6781 San Cocoa, Fla.; daughter, of the Nocatee Church of publishing an abbreviated Casa Drive, Englewood. Sheila Quirk of Ocala, Fla.; God. She enjoyed fishing, death notice once. Full uncle, Mike Rude. Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 89 The family will receive Arrangements are by Ray brother, John M. Quirk of traveling and playing obituaries and repeat in Rotonda West, Fla., and Funeral Home, Castleton. Lakeland, Fla.; sister, bridge. death notices will be friends from 6 p.m. to was a past division Margaret Stuart of Hor- 8 p.m. Sunday, July 27, She is survived by her subject to an advertising captain. Wisheart was a ENGLEWOOD nell, N.Y.; and grandchil- husband, Charles Webb of charge. Faxed obituaries 2008, with a celebration former member of the dren, Charles E. IV, of Joseph’s life at 11 a.m. Arcadia; daughters, Lorna must be received by noon Masons, the Shriner’s and Mae M. Fuhrman Christina R. and Payne of Baton Rouge, and e-mailed obituaries Monday, July 28, 2008, at the Eastern Star. Nicole M. must be received by 2 p.m. Mae Marie Fuhrman, 77, La., and Amy Webb of Larry Taylor Funeral and He is survived by his A memorial Mass will be for next day publication. of Englewood, Fla., died Arcadia; mother, Gladys Cremation Services. wife of 53 years, Marcelle; held at 11 a.m. Friday, July The American flag accom- Wednesday, July 23, 2008, Ovieda Herndon Blocker Burial will follow at and sister, Marie June 25, 2008, at San Pedro panying an obituary at TideWell Hospice in of Arcadia; six grandchil- Indian Springs Cemetery Gary of Virginia. Catholic Church in North indicates a veteran of the Port Charlotte, Fla. dren; and three great- in Punta Gorda, Fla. To A memorial service will Port. U.S. Armed Forces. She was born Sept. 11, grandchildren. She was express condolences to be held at a later date, Arrangements are by Please send e-mails to 1930, in Ann Arbor, Mich. preceded in death by her obituaries@sun-herald.com. the family, please visit with a military burial at James A. McKee Funeral Mae had been a resident son, Robbin Levins; and www.Ltaylorfuneral.com sea. Memorial donations Homes, North Port. IFOWN I and sign the online guest may be made to the of Charlotte County, Fla., book. U.S.C. Flotilla 89, 3754 for 28 years, coming from DESOTO (OTHO GHT) Arrangements are by Cape Haze Drive, Roton- Ithaca, Mich. She was a I-F, Larry Taylor Funeral and nurse for the Ithaca Clinic da West, FL 33947. for 17 years, prior to her Alma V. Boatwright Cremation Services. Arrangements were made in Port Charlotte. retirement in 1970. Alma Virginia Rebecca H. She is survived by her Boatwright, 80, of Saraso- Hendrickson husband of 58 years, Fred ta, Fla., passed away Doris Ragalyi Fuhrman of Englewood; Tuesday, July 22, 2008, in Rebecca H. “Becky” Doris Kapudjija Ragalyi, daughter, Juli Fuhrman of Hendrickson, 37, of Punta 61, passed away Monday, Rotonda West, Fla.; sons, Sarasota. Arrangements are by Ponger-Kays-Grady SHOP LOCAL Gorda, Fla., passed away July 14, 2008, at her home Bradley (Sue) Fuhrman of Funeral Home and Sunday, July 13, 2008. She was born Nov. 28, in Belton, Perrinton, Mich., and Texas, after a Jason (Donna) Fuhrman Cremation Services. TODAY ! 1970, in Port Charlotte, short illness. of Port Charlotte; sister, Fla. Becky was a loving wife She graduated Pat (Rod) DeGraw of Mt. Pleasant, Mich.; and five In Memoriam SAVE GAS, Champ and mother and will be greatly missed by all who from high school in grandchildren. Services will be at a later Washington Sr. SUPPORT OUR knew her. Moss, Miss., date in Michigan. Memo- Champ Washington Sr., She is survived by her husband, Philip; sons, and attended Washburn rial contributions may be University in Topeka, Kan. made to TideWell Hospice 81, of Arcadia, Fla., passed away Friday, July LOCALLY OWNED Christopher and Philip Jr.; She moved to Texas from and Palliative Care, 5955 18, 2008, after a brief brother, Timothy Michael Ohio in 1983. Rand Blvd., Sarasota, FL illness. BUSINESSES SP17638 Hoop; maternal grandfa- Doris is survived by her 34238, in memory of Mrs. He was born ther, Klin Adkins, all of husband, J.R. Ragalyi of Fuhrman. You may April 19, 1927, in
  • 24. Our Town Page 6 C www.sun-herald.com FROM PAGE ONE The Sun /Friday, July 25, 2008 | COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS Writers workshops For more information or call 941-626-5399 or visit information, call 941- organized and fighting nations, and many tap for students to register, call 941-575- www.palmgrass.com. 457-5116. back. The Police Depart- steps, as well as a dance 1976, Joyce Schenk at 941- ment would like to invite to perform for friends Two workshops for 575-6324 or e-mail Dance National Night Out the public to join in this and family during the young writers will be held peaceriverwriters@ year’s event and encour- final class. by the Peace River Center comcast.net. classes offered The Punta Gorda Police ages them to enjoy the Leotard/tights, ballet and for Writers Aug. 2 at the John Spinosa will be Department announced wide range of fun and tap shoes are required. Charlotte Campus of offering beginner swing Aug. 5 is the scheduled free activities. There will Cost is $28 for YMCA Bluegrass Edison College, 26300 and foxtrot lessons from date for the annual city of be a dunk tank, giveaways members and $36 for Airport Road, Punta concert, pick-in 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Aug. 5, Punta Gorda National from local merchants, nonmembers. Gorda. They are open to The Acoustic Music 12, 19 and 26 at the Night Out. The event will free food and drinks, Cheerleading/Gymnas- high school and middle Society of Southwest YMCA fitness center at be held from 5:30 p.m. to displays by the police and tics will be offered for school students. Florida will sponsor the Edison College Charlotte 8 p.m. at the Cooper Street fire departments, catering kids ages 6-13 on Thurs- The morning workshop, next Basically Bluegrass Campus, 23600 Airport Recreation Center, 650 by Smuggler’s Enterprises, days from 3 p.m. to 4 “From Thoughts to Words: concert Aug. 3 in North Road in Punta Gorda. Mary St., Punta Gorda. a bounce house, free p.m. Children will learn A Creative Writing Work- Fort Myers. The concert Learn basic steps, part- Now in its third year in popcorn and snow cones, the importance of unity shop for High School begins at 2 p.m. at the Lee nership leading and Punta Gorda, National and a raffle for prizes. and teamwork, cheer Students,” will be held Civic Center, 11831 following. No partner is Night Out is a crime and motions, beginner/ 10 a.m. to noon. Bayshore Road (take I-75 needed, and anyone can drug prevention event YMCA kids advanced mounts, The afternoon workshop to exit 143-Bayshore Road. join. The cost will be $35 that has been held nation- summer programs gymnastics, jumps, “Story Writing for Fun and Go east 3 miles to Old per person for the month ally for 25 years. According The Franz Ross YMCA is cheers, and a cheer/ More Fun: A Creative Bayshore Road). of four classes. to the NNO Web site, dance routine. A tucked- taking registration for Writing Workshop for Acoustic musicians are If Latin dancing is more www.nationaltown youth summer programs. in T-shirt and athletic Middle School Students,” invited to bring their your flair, than take the watch.org/nno, the Summer Session III will shorts, socks and tennis will be held 1 p.m. to instruments and join in beginner Latin dance National Night Out is run Aug. 7-28. shoes are required. At the 3 p.m. various jam sessions. This classes from 7 p.m. to designed to: heighten Ballet/Jazz/Tap is end of the session, the Join freelance writer and concert will take place 8 p.m. Aug. 5, 12, 19 and crime and drug preven- offered for kids ages 3-6 children will do a perfor- workshop leader Dot outdoors in a covered 26 at the same location. tion awareness; generate on Thursdays form mance at the local Minzer and let your pavilion with plenty of Learn the basics of support for, and partici- 2:15 p.m. to 3 p.m. nursing home. Cost is imagination soar. Get it all shade. Coolers and lawn rumba, cha-cha, mambo pation in, local anticrime Children will learn $32 for members and $40 down on paper, and then chairs are welcome. and merengue. No programs; strengthen balance, strength, for nonmembers. learn ways to mold your Admission is $5 per partner is needed for this neighborhood spirit and flexibility and rhythm in Contact the Franz work so others will enjoy it person and free for youth class either; and it is also police-community this structured dance Ross YMCA for more as much as you. under 16 and members of $35 for the month. The partnerships; and send a class. The children will information at 941-629- No membership is the Acoustic Music Society cost is $35 per person for message to criminals also learn all basic ballet 9622 or register at 19333 necessary. Cost is $10 per of Southwest Florida. the month of four classes. letting them know that positions and exercises, Quesada Ave. in Port workshop. For more information, To register or for more neighborhoods are jazz stretches and combi- Charlotte. POSTAGE: Some voters confused by number of stamps required on ballots FROM PAGE 1 “Had (election officials) He said that any ballot to both weight and size of rate postage,” Stamoulis possible to know how changed the dimensions, sent with two 42-cent absentee ballot wrote. “Since no informa- exactly much the mailer contacted the Maple Leaf it wouldn’t have been that stamps will be returned envelopes, have occurred tion was provided in the would cost ahead of time. Shipping Post, a contract much.” to sender. If the envelope in other Florida counties. packet, we who have To get the word out, post office with the U.S. The problem is the does not include a return Paul A. Stamoulis, who learned of the $1 postage Horton and his employ- Postal Service. Postmaster envelope is too tall by less address, it will make its seeks to unseat Horton through the grapevine or ees have put a notice on Gene Stanley said the than a half-inch. The way to the Supervisor of for the supervisor of otherwise are truly the their Web site (charlot- Kings Highway business return envelope’s size Elections office with a elections job this fall, lucky ones.” tevotes.com) and have has been fielding ques- puts it into the oversized request to cover the released a statement Horton said 75,000 contacted both political tions about the absentee category, which results in additional postage. If the addressing the situation. envelopes to cover the parties. ballot postage regularly. additional fees. receiver does not cover “It is virtually impossi- primary and general “We’re trying to make “We get a lot of calls, “Had the envelope been the postage cost, the mail ble to calculate the elections were bought sure that everyone knows people asking how much 7/16ths-of-an-inch will not be delivered, correct postage at home some time ago at a it’s going to cost a dollar,” does it costs to mail an shorter,” Stanley said, “it leaving a ballot without a ruler and reduced cost. He said as he said. “We’ve done absentee ballot,” Stanley would have gone in the uncounted. familiarity with postal postal rates continue to everything we can.” said of the $1 postage fee. standard.” Similar problems, due regulations regarding flat increase, it was not E-mail: nhughes@sun-herald.com TRUCK: Man saves woman from sinking vehicle Can’t find it anywhere? FROM PAGE 1 Don’t give up – check The couple had just removed the kayaks from the truck. Velda was the Classifieds! already wearing her purple life vest, but she still needed to park the vehicle, which faced the boat launch. McLarney’s foot slipped off the brake pedal and rubbed against the accelerator. The vehicle, now in drive, Charlotte County plunged into the water. Notice of Election: Anthony reached through the window and Primary grabbed McLarney August 26, 2008 before the truck submerged. Do you need to register to vote? “It was a good thing the window was open,” SUN PHOTO BY SARAH COWARD, scoward@sun-herald.com he said. “It was very Have you moved since you last registered scary.” Punta Gorda Police Detective Tray Federici, a member of the PGPD Search & Recovery Dive to vote in the State of Florida? McLarney huddled on Team, attaches a hook and chain to the rear axle of a Honda Ridgeline pickup, which was driven into the water from the boat ramp at Ponce de Leon Park in Punta Gorda Thursday. Do you want to change your party a kayak afterward and The truck drifted 50 feet into Charlotte Harbor before divers stopped its progress. watched the recovery affiliation? process unfold. in the canal. A blue mug wooden pilings, as the down around noon. Dive teams hooked the that had been ejected truck was lifted from its McLarney felt embar- Do you need an absentee ballot? vehicle to a boat, which from the truck’s console watery grave. rassed by the accident. then pulled it toward the now bobbed on the rocky The crowd of onlookers “To me, it’s just a If any of the above applies to you, the dock. Gasoline leaked shore nearby. multiplied as the hours stupid thing,” she said. “I closing date for this to take effect for the from the tank, creating a Cables from a large tow passed. The damaged can’t believe I did it.” Primary is Monday, July 28, 2008 at 5:00 pm. iridescent discoloration truck wiggled around the truck was finally set E-mail: jwitz@sun-herald.com Please visit or call one of the offices listed below or visit our website at HORSES: Family’s passion nets world championship www.charlottevotes.com. FROM PAGE 1 in 187 events. About 1 www.apha.com or horses, as well as takes million American Paint aphaworldshow.com, or care of customers’ horses Elections Main Office been riding horses for Horses are registered call 817-834-2742. at one of her two stables. 226 Taylor St. about six years and through the APHA, with Steffenhagen also placed “I just don’t see a Punta Gorda, FL 33950 showing nationally for more than 93,000 active in the Hunt Seat Equi- different career for me,” 941-833-5400 about four years. She members, the APHA tation finals at the show she said. “We’re still raising rides almost every day at states. with her horse Charismat- babies, and will still go to Murdock Elections Branch Office Gage’s barn and helps Steffenhagen and ic Reflection. the world show.” 18500 Murdock Circle around the stables. Helens Reflection were Gage breeds and shows E-mail: tthosath@sun-herald.com The 2008 World Cham- recognized as the best Port Charlotte, FL 33948 941-743-1387 SLIDERYour Patio pionship Paint Horse paint horse team in the Show — held at Will world for their particular We Will Make Rogers Memorial Center event. The pair won a San Casa Elections Branch Office in Fort Worth, Texas, from ribbon, a belt buckle, a 6868 San Casa June 21-July 5 — is the jacket, a chair and gift Doors Slide Englewood, FL 34224 annual premiere event for certificates, Gage said. Like New! 941-474-8188 the APHA. The event Total prizes and payouts . , i Family Operated plays host to the largest during the show are more i i ? . Licensed • Insured * Online absentee ballot requests and gathering of paint horses than $400,000, according Early Voting schedules are available at during the two weeks of to the APHA. For more • Replacement Roller Systems • www.charlottevotes.com. 348705 competition, with nearly information about the 2,000 horses competing APHA, visit 334779 1-866-594-1969
  • 25. Friday, July 25, 2008/ The Sun LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS www.sun-herald.com C Our Town Page 7 Many options for health and safety training Sitters workshops. through the American has an option called “Full the classes are conducted, M ost people reading this Community classes are Red Cross instructor’s Service.” With Full making billing easier. article are aware great for individuals with course. Becoming an AP Service, the Red Cross will When the time comes for that the Charlotte County the inclination to get CPR allows that person to send a certified instructor employees to recertify the American Red Cross Jenifer training or who may need train their fellow employ- to a business or organiza- chapter will follow up offers CPR and first-aid the certification for ees within their respec- tion and conduct training with a reminder letter, Bettencourt employment. Although courses, as well as spe- tive companies. APs can on-site. They will be there phone call or both, cialty courses like pet first we offer an abundance of either rent or purchase with all of the necessary alleviating yet another aid. cized on various Internet community classes, they training manikins to use, training materials and time consuming respon- Moreover, most readers forums and Web sites, like are not always conducive and use Red Cross have a smile on his face sibility on the part of the know that for over 90 that of the Charlotte to the needs and schedul- certified training manuals as well. The value in the employer. years, the American Red County Chamber of ing of those that need a and kits when they Full Service option is that If anyone is interested in Cross has been the leader Commerce. Community multitude of people conduct their classes. it is ideal for companies our Health and Safety in CPR and first aid classes are held at the trained. This is why we This option is great for that have several employ- training services, please training. However, what chapter, with a variety of also have our Authorized companies or organiza- ees — fewer than 100 or call the Charlotte County people may not be aware day, evening or weekend Provider program and our tions with a large number so — who all need to be Chapter of the American of is the variety of ways classes on preselected full-service delivery of employees that need to trained. Rather than an Red Cross at 941-659- this training can be dates. We offer several program. be trained in CPR/AED employer needing to find 4345 Monday through delivered. types of courses through Here at the Charlotte and first aid. the time to follow up on Friday, 8:30 a.m. to The method that is our community classes — County American Red For those businesses each individual and make 4:30 p.m. probably most commonly First Aid, Automated Cross, we train what we with fewer employees sure that they’ve attended known is our “community External Defibrillator call “APs,” or authorized sending an AP through a community class, Jenifer Bettencourt is classes.” You may have (AED), Adult, Child and providers. the instructor’s course they’re certain of when account and training read about community Infant CPR, Pet First Aid, APs are individuals who may not be the best everyone has had their specialist for the Charlotte class availability in the Professional Rescuers become workplace option for them. If that is training. Additionally, the County Chapter of the Sun, or seen them publi- courses and Baby instructors by going the case the Red Cross company is invoiced after American Red Cross. | COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS Learning chapter office at 866 The CCSO Training through Thursday. Alex’s Lemonade Stand active elements of the Place courses Tamiami Trail on the Division is offering three Every blood type is Foundation emerged park include tennis corner of U.S. 41 and dates with four times to currently needed. Cancer from the front-yard courts, a fishing pier, The Learning Place at Toledo Blade Boulevard choose from each day for patients are in daily need lemonade stand of cancer canoe/kayak launch, a the Cultural Center of in Port Charlotte. Inter- retired law enforcement of treatment, burn patient Alexandra “Alex” restroom facility, a Charlotte County will be ested parties need to officers who live in victims use plasma, Scott (1996-2004). At the walking trail and picnic holding its July work- preregister and prepay for Charlotte County. Cost is trauma victims need red age of 4, Alex announced facilities. shops Saturday at 2280 courses by calling the $50 per person. Each blood transfusions and that she wanted to hold a In addition to being Aaron St., Port Charlotte. Charlotte County chapter officer needs to bring the patients having routine lemonade stand to raise developed as part of the Workshops are Buying & at 941-629-4345 Monday following items: their surgeries depend on the money to help find a cure sales tax initiative, other Selling on eBay, four through Friday between retired ID, ammunition gift of a volunteer donor. for all children with funding sources included hours; Creating a Simple the hours of 8:30 a.m. and (at least 100 rounds), Donors can be as young cancer. Since Alex held a Florida Communities Book, three hours; House 4:30 p.m. Space is limited. strong side holster, speed as 16, and there is no that first stand, the Trust grant, Florida for Sale? Stage it to For a full schedule of loaders or magazines, and upper age limit. foundation bearing her Recreation Development Improve Curb Appeal, classes available, go to pistol. Hearing and eye Check out other donor name has evolved into a Assistance Program grant, four hours; How to Read a www.redcross- protection will be provid- eligibility questions on national fundraising park impact fees and Person Like a Book, four charlotte.org. ed if the officer does not the Web site www.flori movement, complete Open Space funds. hours; Wire Sculpture bring his own. dasbloodcenters.org. For with thousands of volun- Bring your fishing pole, Workshop, three hours; Candidates’ night The agenda for each more information, call teers across the country tennis racket, walking Sculpture Workshop — officer includes registra- 941-625-1874. carrying on her legacy of shoes, canoe or kayak to Making a Turtle, six for Commission District 5 tion, review of the course hope. To date, Alex’s celebrate the park open- hours; Basic PC Mainte- of fire and range rules, Soccer Lemonade Stand Founda- ing. For more informa- nance for the Average The District 5 Election warm-up shooting registration tion, a registered 501(c)(3) tion, call the Charlotte User, three hours; and Forum Steering Commit- exercise and qualifica- charity, has raised more County Parks, Recreation Color it With Photoshop tee invites the public to a The Charlotte County tions. The dates are Aug. than $20 million toward and Cultural Resources Elements, four hours. candidates’ night for the Soccer Federation is 23, Aug. 30 and Sept. 6. fulfilling Alex’s dream of Department at Registrations are being four candidates in the holding its fall soccer late The morning times finding a cure, funding 941-625-7529. accepted for the August race for Charlotte County registrations from 1 p.m. available are 8 a.m., to 4 p.m. Aug. 2 at the over 80 research projects workshops as well. These Commission District 5 - 9 a.m., 10 a.m. and 11 nationally, according to will be held Aug. 23. Some incumbent Tricia Duffy, Toys R Us at 1381 Tamia- a.m. each day. foundation officials. of the July workshops will Ray Cowen, Don Coppola be repeated, including: Buying and Selling on and Douglas Tucker. The committee represents eBay, four hours; Creating civic organizations Buena Retired officers are asked to contact Linda Verwey in Training at 941- mi Trail in Port Charlotte. This is the last chance to register for the upcoming fall season. Cost is $20. Sunrise Park grand opening Do You Have 833-6281 to schedule an For more information, go a Simple Book to Be Vista, ELF and Grassy appointment. If there are The Charlotte County to the Web site ccsf Cherished by Family and Point. any questions about the Commission invites the soccer.com. Friends, three hours; How The forum will be 7 p.m. course, please contact Lt. public to the official to Read a Person Like a to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Mark Bala at 941-833- Lemonade stand openingon Edgewater of Sunrise Park BNA Book, four hours; Wire the Cultural Center of 6278, or Capt. Donna located Sculpture Workshop, Charlotte County, 2280 to fight cancer Drive near Port Charlotte Roguska at 941-575-5331. three hours; and Basic PC Aaron St., Port Charlotte. The Beckman Family Boulevard, at 11 a.m. Maintenance, three The candidates will be ‘Student Spirit Week’ will join the fight against Thursday. hours. New Workshops discussing the 1-cent childhood cancer by Sunrise Park was devel- include: Creative Type — sales tax, the future of at blood center oped, in part, with sales holding an Alex’s Lemon- Photoshop Text Secrets, Murdock Village and their Florida’s Blood Centers’ ade Stand during their tax funds and provides four hours; Digital vision of Charlotte Port Charlotte branch local yard sale from 8 a.m. open space with active Photography Workshop, County past 2020. Other wants to thank its student to 3 p.m. Saturday at 1114 and passive recreational Business Name seven hours; and Para- questions will be taken donors by holding a special “Student Spirit Manilla Lane, Punta amenities for public use, Awareness normal Studies, an from the audience. Gorda. according to county Introduction to the Week.” Between Monday The Beckman family officials. Set among a Science, six hours. Concealed and Aug. 1, any high decided to get involved natural environment of ????? 348548 For more information or school or college student after seeing Alex’s story mangroves and the firearm training who donates blood at the on television, and to register, call The Sunrise Waterway, the Learning Place at 941- The Charlotte County branch at 23080 Har- thought it would be an 625-4175, ext. 223, or stop Sheriff’s Training Division borview Road, Charlotte honor to have a lemon- in the school office. Costs is now able to do the for these workshops qualifications for retired Harbor, will be entered ade stand and continue into a drawing for special the girl’s mission of Broken Spring or Cable law enforcement officers prizes. finding a cure for all range from $15 to $30. AGE DOOR to carry a concealed firearm. Each day, up to five pairs childhood cancer. of Regal Cinema movie The Beckman children OVER GAR S ‘Water Safety CHARLOTTE According to Capt. tickets will be given away, will be taking donations Today’ course Donna Roguska, the and all student donors for a cup of fresh lemon- 18200 Paulson Dr., Unit #6 The Charlotte County will be entered to win an ade, and a portion of the qualifications come iPod nano. In addition, Port Charlotte, FL Chapter of the American under the Federal House proceeds from the yard Red Cross will be con- Resolution 218, Law students will have their sale will also go to (941) 625-6258 ducting “Water Safety Enforcement Officers choice of a $10 BP gas Alex’s Lemonade Stand Residential & Commercial Free Estimates Today,” a course open to Safety Act of 2004. The act card or a “Big Red Bag” Foundation. 357019 the community that exempts active and focuses on basic water retired “qualified law safety. Students will learn enforcement officers” ,or 28 years... 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  • 26. Our Town Page 8 C www.sun-herald.com The Sun /Friday, July 25, 2008 BUDGET SUMMARY NOTICE CHARLOTTE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE CHARLOTTE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE 4.9 PERCENT LESS THAN LAST YEAR’S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES. FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 PROPOSED MILLAGE LEVY OPERATING LOCAL EFFORT 4.0210 DISCRETIONARY 0.4980 SUPPLEMENTAL DISCRETIONARY 0.0910 CAPITAL OUTLAY 1.7500 DEBT SERVICE 0.0000 _____ TOTAL 6.3600 ==== -----BUDGET------ SPECIAL DEBT CAPITAL INTERNAL TRUST & REVENUES GENERAL REVENUE SERVICE PROJECTS SERVICE AGENCY Federal Sources $280,000 $18,314,644 $0 $0 $0 $0 State Sources 37,767,205 99,334 584,400 4,276,486 Local Sources 91,313,298 3,668,350 12,025 34,504,897 18,437,276 600 TOTAL REVENUES $129,360,503 $22,082,328 $596,425 $38,781,383 $18,437,276 $600 Non-Revenue Sources 40,749,913 Transfers In 5,266,000 21,895,094 242,709 FUND BALANCES - July 1, 2008 17,519,466 24,904,122 370,144 35,330,023 2,109,656 18,827 TOTAL REVENUES AND BALANCES $152,145,969 $109,631,457 $1,209,278 $74,111,406 $20,546,932 $19,427 EXPENDITURES Instructional $85,503,203 $4,886,302 $0 $0 $0 $0 Pupil Personnel Services 8,853,323 871,773 Instructional Media Services 2,362,826 15,087 405,276 Instructional & Curriculum Development Serices 4,210,394 2,986,650 Instructional Staff Training 1,221,174 1,346,972 Instructional Related Technology 561,675 Board of Education 721,034 General Administration 365,300 322,772 School Administration 9,021,344 465,480 Facilities Acquisition & Construction 89,082,486 45,697,243 Fiscal Services 1,131,136 58,922 Food Services 8,689,567 Central Services 3,339,046 162,748 17,831,000 Pupil Transportation Services 7,441,146 143,443 Operation of Plant 13,727,269 26,454 Maintenance of Plant 4,103,170 Administrative Technology Services 1,406,987 Community Services 208,001 Debt Services 0 598,075 TOTAL EXPENDITURES $144,177,028 $109,058,656 $598,075 $45,697,243 $18,236,276 $0 Transfers Out 0 0 27,403,803 FUND BALANCES - June 30, 2009 7,968,941 572,801 611,203 1,010,360 2,310,656 19,427 TOTAL EXPENDITURES, I I 348716 TRANSFERS & BALANCES $152,145,969 $109,631,457 $1,209,278 $74,111,406 $20,546,932 $19,427 HISTORICAL DATA Total Revenues (Federal, State, Local) Total Current Operating Revenues Capital Projects Revenue Debt Service Revenue 60,000,000 4,500,000 250,000,000 180,000,000 4,000,000 160,000,000 50,000,000 200,000,000 140,000,000 3,500,000 120,000,000 40,000,000 3,000,000 150,000,000 100,000,000 2,500,000 80,000,000 30,000,000 100,000,000 2,000,000 60,000,000 20,000,000 1,500,000 50,000,000 40,000,000 20,000,000 1,000,000 10,000,000 0 0 500,000 2007-2008 2002-2003 1997-1998 2007-2008 2002-2003 1997-1998 0 0 2007-2008 2002-2003 1997-1998 2007-2008 2002-2003 1997-1998 Total Revenues Total Current Capital Debt Year (Federal, State Year Operating Year Projects Year Service and Local) Revenues Revenue Revenue 2007-2008 210,480,617 2007-2008 155,728,933 2007-2008 53,124,334 2007-2008 1,627,350 2002-2003 136,205,200 2002-2003 109,770,310 2002-2003 22,401,581 2002-2003 4,033,048 1997-1998 107,852,249 1997-1998 88,105,080 1997-1998 15,918,397 1997-1998 3,828,772 Current Operating Revenue Per UFTE Number of UFTE Total Number of Employees Total Number of Instructional 17,600.00 3,000 Employees 10,000 9,000 17,400.00 2,500 1,800 8,000 17,200.00 1,600 7,000 2,000 1,400 6,000 17,000.00 1,200 5,000 1,500 1,000 16,800.00 4,000 800 1,000 3,000 16,600.00 600 H 2,000 400 500 16,400.00 1,000 200 0 - 16,200.00 - 2007-2008 2002-2003 1997-1998 2007-2008 2002-2003 1997-1998 2007-2008 2002-2003 1997-1998 2007-2008 2002-2003 1997-1998 Current Number Total Total Year Operating Year of Number Year Number of Year Revenue UFTE of Employees Instructional Per UFTE 2007-2008 17,198.83 Employees 2007-2008 2,437 2007-2008 9,055 2002-2003 17,384.88 2002-2003 2,207 2007-2008 1,599 2002-2003 6,314 _ 1997-1998 _ 16,726.79 1997-1998 1,934 2002-2003 1,448 _ 1997-1998 _ 5,267 1997-1998 _ _ 1,265 348718
  • 27. Friday, July 25, 2008/ The Sun LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS www.sun-herald.com C Our Town Page 9 NOTICE OF TAX FOR SCHOOL CAPITAL OUTLAY NOTICE OF The Charlotte County Public Schools will soon consider a measure to impose a 1.75 mill property tax for the capital outlay BUDGET HEARING projects listed herein. This tax is in addition to the school boardʼs proposed tax of 4.610 mills for operating expenses, and is proposed solely at the discretion of the school board. The capital outlay tax will generate approximately $33,245,097 to be used for the following projects: Construction and Remodeling: The Charlotte County Remodeling at various school and ancillary locations Athletic facility improvements New construction and additions: Public Schools will soon East Elementary Charlotte High Punta Gorda Middle consider a budget for 2008- Transportation/Maintenance/Warehouse/Food Service Land acquisitions Charlotte Technical Center 2009. A public hearing to Maintenance, Renovation and Repair: Maintenance and repairs of school and ancillary facilities make a DECISION on the Renovations at various school and ancillary locations Site improvements at various school and ancillary locations Paving at various school and ancillary locations budget AND TAXES will Motor Vehicles Bus purchases (11) Maintenance, operations and distribution vehicles be held on July 29, 2008, at New and Replacement Equipment: Furniture and equipment for school and ancillary locations Computer software for school and ancillary locations 5:30 p.m., at the Charlotte Payments for Renting and Leasing Educational Facilities and Sites County Public Schools Leasing portable classrooms Payments for Educational Facilities and Sites Due under a Lease -Purchase Agreement Educational Support Technology Upgrades/replacements; Computers- laptops; and Instructional Equipment Payment of Premiums for Property Casualty Insurance Necessary Services, Murdock Center, to Insure the Educational and Ancillary Plants of the School District All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing to be held on at 1445 Education Way, July 29, 2008, at 5:30 P.M. at the Charlotte County Public Schools, Education Support Services, and Murdock Center at 1445 Port Charlotte, Florida. Education Way, Port Charlotte, Florida. A DECISION on the proposed CAPITAL OUTLAY TAXES will be made at this hearing. 348722 Publish July 25, 2008 I I I I | COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS Church to buster song hits of the Jimmy Buffett. The offering an oil painting as a series of social and Education Fund, will hold hymn singgreat divas and famous Holiday Inn Express Hotel class. During previous networking activities. speak Friday morning male entertainers — & Suites in Port Charlotte sessions, the artist was so The retreat will begin and again in the early Marking the anniversary Barbra Streisand, Bette will serve as the host well-received that this Aug. 15 with a continental afternoon. She will Hurricane Charley, Burnt Midler, Judy Garland, hotel and events will take offering is being planned. breakfast at 8 a.m. at the address matters concern- Store Presbyterian Louis Prima-Keely Smith, place throughout Char- The class will be repeated Gulfview Grill in Engle- ing nonprofit marketing Church is planning a Dean Martin, Bobby lotte Harbor. if response warrants. wood. Following the plans and ways to engage special evening of “Tunes Darin and more. They The cost to participate Participants will learn to breakfast, the foundation board members in the and Tastes” at 6:30 p.m. have been performing in Birthday Party festivi- oil paint a tropical will host a series of planning process. Nita Aug. 13. Director of Music together for over 30 years, ties is $30 for Charlotte seascape with palm trees workshops with a net- Edmonson-Cole and Lee DePuy described the on stages from Lake Harbor Parrot Head Club swaying on the shoreline. working luncheon and Todd Foege will give event as an “old-fash- Tahoe, to Los Angeles, members and $35 for It will be ready for hang- breakout sessions. presentations during the ioned hymn sing” fol- Boston, New York, Penn- nonmembers. A trolley ing after the six-hour Participants who choose Friday morning session lowed by an ice cream sylvania, New Jersey and will transport Parrot session. With assistance to stay overnight at the and again in the after- social in recognition of Florida. Their show Heads between locations. from artist Mickey Brown, Englewood Bay Motel will noon session. Edmonson- the recovery the commu- business experience Reservations need to be attendees will learn brush enjoy Friday evening and Cole, of MarketWise nity has enjoyed since the includes stage, radio, TV, secured by Aug. 1, and strokes, color blending Saturday networking Advertising and Design, unwelcome visitor came and movies, and they the event is limited to the and perspective tech- activities. Friday’s activi- will speak about media to town four years ago. have appeared with such first 350 people who niques. The painting is on ties will include a barbe- plans and electronic The community is celebrities as Rodney register. Hotel room rates display in the entry to the cue, and Saturday’s invited to attend this communications, and Dangerfield, Fabian, Jack at the Holiday Inn church. activities will start with a family-friendly event and Carter and Pat Cooper. Foege will speak about Express Hotel & Suites The $55 fee covers all continental breakfast share in an evening filled During their two years as accountability as a (24480 Sandhill Blvd., materials. Participants are followed by a gallery walk with music and fellow- marketing tool. a featured act at Harrah’s Port Charlotte) begin at encouraged to bring their along historic Dearborn ship. A goodwill offering Street. The Charlotte Commu- in Lake Tahoe, Sebastian $69 per night, plus taxes. own lunch and a roll of nity Foundation, a will be taken. also hosted his own To register for the paper towels. The retreat registration For more information, fee covers the cost of nonprofit philanthropic morning comedy radio CHPHC First Birthday For more information, organization, exists to contact the church office show. Downey’s voice has Party and to view the or to register for the breakfast, lunch the at 941-639-0001 during barbecue dinner, the enhance the quality of life been heard singing current list of events, visit course, contact the business hours, 9 a.m. to commercial jingles on workshop series on in Charlotte County. The the club’s Web site at church office at 941-639- 4:30 p.m. Monday Friday and breakfast on foundation seeks to radio stations throughout www.chphc.com. Hotel 0001 during business through Friday, or by Saturday. Participants are advance the common the country. reservations can be made hours, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. e-mail to info83@ responsible for reserving good by nurturing a Tickets, at $15, are directly with the Holiday Monday through Friday, embarqmail.com. their own rooms. Those giving community and available at the Lemon Inn Express Hotel & or by e-mail to Burnt Store Presbyterian Bay Playhouse Box Office participants who want to connecting individuals, Suites at 941-764-0056; info83@embarqmail.com. Church is located at (reopens Aug. 4), 96 W. spend the night should businesses, and organiza- refer to the “CHPHC Burnt Store Presbyterian 11330 Burnt Store Road, Dearborn St., Englewood. contact the Englewood tions that care with Birthday Party” for the Church is located at Punta Gorda. Call 941-475-6756. Bay Motel immediately to causes that matter. discounted rates. 11330 Burnt Store Road, ensure room availability. For more information, call Parrot Heads arriving a Punta Gorda. Dawn Montecalvo, 941-637-0077 or ‘Diva and Parrot Head Club day early will be in for a e-mail ccf@charlotte executive director of the the Italian Guy’ 1st birthday musical treat. Jim Morris Foundation to Naples Children and communityfoundation.org. & the Big Bamboo Band, hold retreat “Diva and the Italian Come Labor Day week- recognized for playing Guy,” with Marcy Downey end, Charlotte Harbor Gregory Bobonich, chief island-beach music and Buddy Sebastian, will will morph into Margari- similar to Jimmy Buffett’s executive officer of the be featured at Lemon Bay taville, when hundreds of style, will be performing Charlotte Community Playhouse on Aug. 22 at Parrot Heads flock to the in a concert in Laishley Foundation, has 7:30 p.m. and Aug. 24 at coastal community to Park in Punta Gorda from announced that the 2:00 PM. The show is celebrate the Charlotte 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Aug. 28. foundation will hold its presented in the sponta- Harbor Parrot Head The concert is free and first nonprofit retreat Aug. neous and fun style of a Club’s First Birthday open to the public. 15-16 in Englewood. Vegas lounge act. Swing Party. Kicking off on Aug. Intended for staff and tunes, oldies, Broadway 29 and concluding on Church repeats board members of favorites, country and Sept. 1, the weekend-long nonprofit organizations, comedy songs are all part Birthday Party includes oil painting class the retreat will offer a of the act. They’ll even beach bashes, pool From 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. series of workshops take your requests. parties and island-beach Aug. 14, Burnt Store focusing on nonprofit The duo sing the block- music reminiscent of Presbyterian Church is marketing issues, as well
  • 28. Our Town Page 10 C www.sun-herald.com LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Friday, July 25, 2008 Charlotte Sea Grant agent heads to Indonesia Provided by delegation. Agricultural Sciences. ment allows the two buoys; MMAF is supply- • Explore creation of EMILY CHIDESTER Her travel The United States countries to learn from ing the ships and labor “sister university rela- CHARLOTTE COUNTY is being (through the National each other and dissemi- to put these buoys in tionships” between U.S. GOVERNMENT underwrit- Oceanic and Atmospher- nate information across place. This came about, and Indonesian universi- Betty Staugler, Sea ten by the ic Administration) has international bound- in part, due to the ties that would allow for Grant Agent for Char- National established an agree- aries. Several activities tsunami that hit Aceh in future teaching, research lotte County, is counting Oceanic ment with the Republic have been borne out of December 2002. and educational the days and frantically STAUGLER and Atmo- of Indonesia (through the agreement, such as: • Establish relation- opportunities. figuring out what to spheric the Indonesian Ministry • Provide better cli- ships and training pack. Staugler is leaving Administration, Florida of Marine Affairs and mate and ocean-observ- programs with Indonesia Emily Chidester is a for Indonesia on Sunday Sea Grant and the Fisheries) for the pur- ing system capabilities in MMAF Sea Partnership specialist for Charlotte for 17 days as part of University of Florida’s pose of sharing the Indian Ocean. NOAA Programs (equivalent of County communications a U.S. Sea Grant Institute of Food and resources. The agree- is supplying the data Sea Grant Programs). and marketing. Mahoney introduces bill to compensate tomato growers STAFF REPORT could be examine what reforms are compensated for their tomatoes now available Buchanan, directs the Following the Food & close to needed to ensure food losses to protect domestic in the domestic market Secretary of Agriculture Drug Administration’s $100 mil- safety. The Agriculture food production,” said are not associated with to make payments to announcement that lion, accord- Committee plans to Mahoney in a statement. the current outbreak, tomato growers and first tomatoes were not the ing to the schedule a hearing in In April, the FDA issued and the agency has handlers who were likely source of a recent Florida mid-September. a nationwide warning rescinded its warning unable to market tomato salmonella outbreak, U.S. Tomato “The FDA’s warnings that tomatoes were a against eating certain crops as a result of the Rep. Tim Mahoney, D- MAHONEY Exchange. about tomatoes devastat- possible source of a types of red raw FDA’s advisory. The U.S. District 16, has intro- Mahoney, ed the $1.3 billion tomato salmonella outbreak that tomatoes. Department of Agricul- duced a bill, H.R. 6581, to who is Florida’s only industry. Due to the made 1,220 people ill in The Mahoney Bill, ture will be responsible compensate tomato representative on the timing of the salmonella 42 states, the District of which is also cospon- for issuing regulations growers and packers House Agriculture Com- outbreak, Florida was hit Columbia and Canada. sored by U.S. Reps. Allen and determining eligibil- nationwide for their mittee, also called on the hard. We need to ensure After a long investiga- Boyd, Adam Putnam, ity for compensation, as losses due to the committee to hold field that all impacted tomato tion, the FDA recently Debbie Wasserman they have in other salmonella scare, which hearings in his district to growers and packers are determined that fresh Schultz and Vern disaster programs. | COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS Edison career Tamiami Trail in Port contact the Charlotte Clown of the Year, Bar- library. For more informa- The fee is $90 per couple assessment Charlotte. A light dinner County Environmental & bara Waters-Riddle, will tion or to register, stop by or $50 for an individual. and refreshments will be Extension Service at present “The History of the library or call 941- The destination for lunch The Academic Success included. For more 941-764-4340. Clowning” during Local 861-5000. will allow time to relax at Center at Edison College information, call History Month at the a historic inn, the former Charlotte Campus will be 941-625-6229. Stroke Elsie Quirk Library at Communication home of mystery writer holding special career screenings offered 2 p.m. Aug. 1. mini-cruise Mary Roberts Reinhart. assessment days on Fertilizer Sarasota County DeMaio will be available A King Fisher Fleet Wednesday and Aug. 11. Edison College has ordinance training be offeringScreening will libraries and the History Life Line low-cost cruise to Cabbage Key on to answer any questions Center are celebrating you may have from the career assessments As per a recently enact- stroke screenings at Local History during the Aug. 2 will be reserved for morning workshop. On available that can help ed Charlotte County 9 a.m. Thursday at the month of August. Elsie individuals and couples the return trip, the you identify careers and Fertilizer Ordinance, all Cultural Center of Char- Quirk Library, 100 W. alike to participate in a afternoon workshop will courses that you would applicators of fertilizer lotte County, 2280 Aaron Dearborn St. in Engle- communication work- focus on application of enjoy and find interest- (except homeowners on St. in Port Charlotte. The wood, will kick off their shop titled “Dance on your new dance steps. ing. These assessments their own property) must screenings are painless, celebration with the Water” and held by The expected time of the can give you insight into receive training and noninvasive ultrasound sights and sounds of the Helping Ministry. arrival back is 4:30 p.m. careers that match your certification in a Char- tests that take only about circus. Jim DeMaio will lead the The cost of lunch is not personality, value, and lotte County-approved 10 minutes to complete. Circus heritage has been dance of this faith-based included in the fee. You interests. Make an Best Management Prac- The tests scan for poten- a Sarasota tradition since ministry to counter can register by calling appointment with Janice tices Training Program. tial health problems such John Ringling moved the everyday stresses impact- 941-627-2100. Esdale, Academic Success Charlotte County Envi- as blocked arteries; aortic winter quarters of the ing life by strengthening Center coordinator, and ronmental and Extension aneurysms, which can family communication Ringling Brothers and BNA let her help start you on a Services is conducting a lead to a ruptured aorta; skills and relationships. Barnum & Bailey Circus Long-time Port Charlotte path to a career you will Green Industries Best and hardening of the to Sarasota in 1927. resident DeMaio has enjoy for the rest of your Management Practices arteries in the legs — all Immediately following worked in human ser- life. The assessments take Training from 8 a.m. to of which are strong this presentation, two vices for 30 years as a 20 to 30 minutes each. 3 p.m. Thursday at the predictors of heart circus films will be relationship counselor For more information or Charlotte County East- disease. Also offered is shown: “The Circus” and and certified addictions to set up an appointment, port Environmental bone density screening to “Our Community and professional based at assess the risk for call 941-637-5605. The Campus, 25550 Har- borview Road in Port osteoporosis. Dolly Jacobs, Pedro Reis: Helping Ministry. Helping Business Name center is located in the Learning Resources Charlotte. A complete vascular A Living History.” Both Ministry is a non-profit Awareness films are part of the organization that pro- If your company applies screening package costs ????? Building on the campus Community Video fertilizer to turf or land- $119 and includes vides counseling assis- at 26300 Airport Road in Archives Collection that scape plants in Charlotte Stroke/Carotid Artery, tance to area residence. Punta Gorda. was established in 1991 County, you must obtain Abdominal Aortic Couples and individuals Hepatitis C discussion this certification to be compliant with this new Aneurysm and Ankle with the objective of Brachial Index (hardening documenting and pre- of the arteries) tests. Sign serving the living history alike can join the Helping Ministries crew and renew their communica- ????? The Charlotte County Medical Society, in fertilizer ordinance. These new lawn and landscape Best Manage- up for the complete vascular package and of the community in professionally produced tion dance steps as they cruise to Cabbage Key. ????? conjunction with the Hepatitis C Support Group, invite all those ment Practices provide information and guid- ance on lawn and land- include the osteoporosis screening for $129. For more information or to biographic and thematic videos. After the film showings, stop by the The cruise will depart dockside at 8:45 a.m. Aug. 2 from King Fisher Fleet ????? library display case to see ????? 348550 interested in gaining scape maintenance for schedule an appoint- in Fishermen’s Village insight and information the purpose of conserving ment, call 800-324-1851. the clown and circus Marina at 1200 W. Retta on Hepatitis C, a preva- and protecting Florida’s Preregistration is memorabilia provided by Esplanade, Punta Gorda. lent disease in our county water resources. required. Circus Sarasota and according to local doc- There is a $25 fee for the browse the collection of historical poster repro- tors, to attend a night of information. class which includes light refreshments, lunch, up Clown history presentation ductions provided by the What is your At 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, to five CEUs, a certificate Ringling Circus Museum B.N.A? Dr. Mark Asperilla, a local of completion, and two The 2007 International on display throughout the infectious disease special- decals representing ist, will provide you with certification for your How prepared are you? answers to many of your business. Preregistration questions. This free event is required by July 28, as will be held at the Micro- seating is limited. To tel Inns & Suites at 4056 preregister for the class, '=' BROTHERS BOYD Business Name Awareness I348556 307920 EAR NOSE & THROAT CALL US! 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