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  1. 1. Mailer misunderstanding won’t affect ballots OUR TOWN PAGE 1 CharlotteSun GOING ALL THE WAY GREEN NFL FAVRE MUST ACT TO GO TO CAMP AND WEEKLY HERALD Florida couple builds home from old car FRONT If Brett Favre plans to show for Packers’ SPORTS tires, recycled bottles and cans. PAGE 9 camp, he’ll need permission from the NFL. PAGE 1 AN EDITION OF THE SUN VOL. 116 NO. 208 AMERICA’S BEST COMMUNITY DAILY S A T U R D A Y J U LY 2 6 , 2 0 0 8 www.sun-herald.com 50 cents Jet lands with hole in fuselage By PAUL ALEXANDER landing that they realized how in front of her as rapidly ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER lucky they had been: A hole the size approaching land appeared MANILA, Philippines — The 346 of a small car had been ripped into through a window. Loud applause passengers were cruising at 29,000 the Boeing 747-400’s metal skin and relieved laughter went up as feet Friday when an explosive bang and penetrated the fuselage. the plane touched down. shook the Qantas jumbo jet. The The eerie scene aboard Flight There were no injuries and only a plane descended rapidly. Oxygen QF 30, captured on a passenger’s few cases of nausea, airline officials masks dropped from the ceiling as cell phone video-camera, showed said. An official of the U.S. Trans- debris flew through the cabin from a tense quiet punctuated only by portation Security Administration AP PHOTO a hole that had suddenly appeared a baby’s cries as passengers sat said initial reports indicated no link in the floor. with oxygen masks on their faces. to terrorism. Luggage can be seen from the damaged right wing fuselage of a Qantas Airways Boeing 747-400 passenger plane following an It wasn’t until they were safely on The jerky footage showed a emergency landing at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Friday. the ground after an emergency woman holding tightly to the seat JET | P5 Woman allegedly sells car for drugs CRUDE By RACHEL MYERS Estates, FORT MYERS NEWS-PRESS where A 51-year-old Port Peter Cook, Charlotte woman was 64, said his arrested in North Fort wife was Myers this week after missing deputies say she sold a and she 1998 Mustang for $50 of had taken RECKONING crack cocaine, nearly his Mus- COOK ran over a deputy and tang with encouraged a Jack her. He believed she was Russell terrier to attack likely buying crack another officer. cocaine. Shelli Lyn Cook, of the Cpl. Vallie Arvin found 18400 block of Monet Shelli Cook in the area World Oil Production Ave., is charged with of Laurel Lane and Gage MILLIONS OF BARRELS A DAY 80 A peaking interest aggravated battery on an officer, battery on an officer and resisting an Way, waving her hands, trying to get his atten- tion. She asked for a 70 in the future of oil officer without violence. Deputy Robert Gizzi reported he was first courtesy ride, saying someone had stolen her car. Arvin noted she called Thursday to an By STEVE REILLY DRUGS | P5 STAFF WRITER address in Suncoast 0 “The Stone Age didn’t end because 1900 1980 2030 we ran out of stones.” Projected by www.lifeaftertheoilcrash.net — Sheik Yamani, Saudi Arabia oil minister 1962-1986 Yamani envisioned a similar geologist and Shell Oil researcher, No easy fate for the oil market. But first projected the rate of the since the 1950s, some analysts overall oil production would peak, solution have worried about what will reaching the pinnacle of a bell when oil happen when oil production reaches its peak and the supply curve. Hubbert hypothesized U.S. “sweet oil” — that which is easy to is gone begins to dwindle in the face of ever-increasing demand, possibly pull from the ground and process — would reach its maximum by the middle of this century. production in the 1970s, while the By STEVE REILLY “Thirty years from now, there demand for oil would AP FILE PHOTO STAFF WRITER will be a huge amount of oil — continue to rise. It did, at Thursday, U.S. Democratic presidential contender Sen. In 2001, the Saudi and no buyers,” Yamani, recog- 10 million barrels a day. Barack Obama, D-Ill., places a note in the Western Wall, Arabia oil minister nized by many as a “key player” in “Stop calling it a Judaism's holiest site, in Jerusalem's Old City. worried about his the first oil crisis in 1973, said in theory,” Kyle Saunders country sitting on oil with no market in 30 or an interview with the British Telegraph newspaper in 2001. said in an e-mail to the Sun. Israeli paper more years. When he made his prediction, he expected Seven years ago, Yamani could see a crash in the oil market in 20 or 30 years, partly Saunders, a Colorado State University political science associate publishes Iraq and Iran to be flooding the market due to technology and new discoveries, and partly due to the world turning to other professor, is the execu- tive director for the Institute for the Study Obama’s prayer with oil by now. But that By ARON HELLER published in Maariv. energy sources. of Energy & Our Future hasn’t happened and But long before Yamani, other and the Oil Drum Web ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER Maariv ran a photo- the reason points to a analysts started anticipating site at www.theoildrum. com. Oil JERUSALEM — An graph of the note on its U.S. Government worldwide petroleum production Drum is just one of many Web Israeli newspaper’s front page Friday. It said Accountability Office reaching its “peak,” ending forever sites on peak oil. decision to publish a the note was removed the days of cheap oil and gasoline. handwritten prayer left from the wall by a Jewish In the 1950s, M. King Hubbert, a by Barack Obama in the seminary student imme- SOLUTION | P5 PEAK | P5 diately after Obama left. cracks of Jerusalem’s Western Wall drew Obama spokesman criticism Friday as an Robert Gibbs would Housing rescue on track to pass today invasion of his privacy and his relationship neither confirm nor deny the note was Obama’s, but the handwriting was By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS legislation in a generation — is designed to help an with God. ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER estimated 400,000 homeowners escape foreclosure by In the note, placed at similar to another letting them refinance into more affordable loans Judaism’s holiest site message written by the WASHINGTON — The Senate presidential candidate cleared the last hurdle Friday to passing backed by the Federal Housing Administration. Thursday, Obama asks It was set to clear Congress as a private company God to guide him and during his time in Israel a housing rescue aimed at sparing this week. hundreds of thousands of homeowners reported that the number of households facing the guard his family. foreclosure process more than doubled in the second “Lord — Protect my The paper’s decision to from foreclosure and bolstering trou- make the note public bled mortgage giants Fannie Mae and quarter of 2008 compared with a year ago. Irvine, family and me. Forgive DODD Calif.-based RealtyTrac, Inc., said that 739,714 homes me my sins, and help me brought quick criticism Freddie Mac. The 80-13 test vote from religious authorities. showed broad support for the election-year package received at least one foreclosure-related notice during guard against pride and the quarter, or one in every 171 U.S. households. despair. Give me the The rabbi in charge of the and put it on track to pass the Senate by Saturday. Western Wall, Shmuel The White House says President Bush will sign it, The plan gives the Treasury Department power to wisdom to do what is spend unlimited amounts to prop up Fannie and Rabinovitz, called it an having earlier dropped a threat to veto it over $3.9 right and just. And make intrusion on Obama’s billion in neighborhood grants. me an instrument of your The bill — regarded as the most significant housing RESCUE | P5 will,” reads the note PRAYER | P5 INDEX| FRONT: Nation 2,3,9,10,11,12 | State 6,7 | World 11, 14 | Business 15-23 | Weather 24 | TV Grid 24 | OUR TOWN: Obituaries 5 | Police Beat 7 |Crossword 10 | Abby 11 Daily Edition 50¢ High Low SCRAP METAL THEFTS CHARLIE SAYS ... 92 75 Scattered afternoon storms. Two Port Charlotte men have been arrested in connection to a series of appliance and scrap metal thefts, where the items were sold to recycling centers. OUR TOWN To get the best service possible, I call ahead and let them know I’m coming. 7 05252 00025 8 PAGE 1 Send suggestions to charliesays@sun-herald.com
  2. 2. Front Page 2 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com NATIONAL NEWS The Sun /Saturday, July 26, 2008 | NATION Connie Francis Tarantulas, fire ants lurk in Texas floodwaters EDINBURG, Texas (AP) ! state’s homeland security hospitalized — South Texans eager to y y. director, said about 1,500 GARDEN CITY, N.Y. salvage what they can workers were on hand to — Singer Connie from waterlogged homes help restore power and Francis is being treated struck by Hurricane Dolly seven stations were at Long Island Jewish have another problem: distributing water, ice, Medical Center in New The floodwaters they’re food and hygiene kits. York where she was slogging through are laced Gov. Rick Perry, who hospitalized after with stinging fire ants, flew over the area Thurs- falling ill earlier this snakes and tarantulas. day with U.S. Sen. John week. “You don’t want to wade Cornyn, cautioned in this water,” state Health residents not to rest easy Her agent, Mike Services Commissioner . ? _ -- - ON 1 just yet. Church, says the 69- year-old singer had David Lakey said during a “It appears that we have been scheduled to visit to the Rio Grande handled it as well as it can perform Wednesday Valley Friday. “You don’t be handled. But it is far night with Neil Sedaka want to play in this water. from over,” Perry said, at The Capital One You want to stay out of noting possible flooding Bank Theatre at West- this water.” over the next five days bury. Instead, she was It was timely advice, but from runoff as the storm taken to the hospital residents in many neigh- moves northward. with dangerously high borhoods with waist-deep After crashing ashore on water had little choice as AP PHOTO South Padre Island, Dolly blood pressure. Francis, who record- they sifted through the Daniel Tamez reads a local newspaper outside his home after power to the area was meandered north, leaving ed ’50s and ’60s pop mess left by the Category knocked out during Hurricane Dolly, Friday, in San Benito, Texas. towns on the northern tip hits including “Who’s 2 storm that hit the yards. Tempers among the night carrying runoff Fewer than 200 people of the Rio Grande Valley Sorry Now?” and eastern Texas and Mexico longtime neighbors were from a cow pasture and remained in shelters in with a surprise. Officials “Lipstick on Your coasts Wednesday. In becoming strained. “worms, spiders and Hidalgo County, down had feared the levees Collar,” had been eastern Hidalgo County, Iliana Reyna, 34, was ants.” from a peak of nearly would breach, but the expected to leave the as much as 12 inches of monitoring the floodwa- Fire ants and tarantulas 3,300. But rescue crews in storm veered from its coronary care unit rain fell in six hours, ter’s rise to the second — hairy spiders some- boats were still searching predicted path and they Friday. turning neighborhoods step of her front porch in times the size of a dinner flooded neighborhoods held strong. Church says that into coffee-colored lakes. Edinburg. plate — can deliver and plucking people from “We’re glad it didn’t although she is “doing Officials estimated it Reyna, her husband and stinging, painful bites but homes. make a direct hit, but it well,” doctors decided could take six weeks for three children waded into are not deadly. Still, officials were just refocuses on the she should remain in the low-lying region to the water Friday to gather The National Weather relieved it wasn’t worse issues we have,” said the hospital for obser- completely dry out and a few belongings and what Service said the remnants that no one died in the Cameron County Judge vation for at least 118,000 people still had no dry goods they could. of Dolly could still add a first hurricane of the Carlos Cascos. “The levees another day. electricity Friday morning. Suddenly, 4-year-old few inches of rain to some season to hit the U.S. are suspect. Nothing’s Emergency managers Adolfo, standing on the areas, and the forecast mainland. changed in my opinion.” State mulls fees tried to assure people that shoulder of the road in called for isolated showers The clean up will be On South Padre Island, for road memorials they would come to help bare feet, screamed and in the Rio Grande Valley. substantial: President which bore the brunt of and begged for patience. began hopping. The other But water wasn’t the Bush declared 15 counties the winds, officials said no CHARLESTON, W.Va. They said they were children scooped up water only danger. Illness also in south Texas disaster buildings were in danger — Balancing safety beginning to pump water in their shoes and lurked in refrigerators, areas to release federal of collapse, but damage concerns against the from some of the worst hit splashed it on his feet, health officials said. funding to them, and was widespread to hotels wishes of families of areas and working to while his father lifted him “If it doesn’t look right, insurance estimators put and other businesses. highway fatality vic- move water into flood- and brushed away the doesn’t smell right, don’t the losses at $750 million. Avi Fima was mourning tims, West Virginia’s ways. attacking ant. eat it,” said Eddie Olivarez, The storm brought 100 the damage to “my baby” Division of Highways Residents were using “This is just too much Hidalgo County health mph winds and broke all- — his Surf Stop store on wants to offer the backhoes to dig their own for us,” said neighbor administrator. He said time July rainfall records Padre Boulevard. Windows option of state-main- drainage canals and clear Arnold Silva, whose yard inspectors were fanning in the Lower Rio Grande were blown out, half the tained memorial signs water off their property. was flooded when another out to restaurants to make Valley, dumping a foot of roof was torn away and near crash sites. But the water simply neighbor dumped water sure they disposed of food rain in some spots. water bubbled up the The cost to the flowed into the neighbors’ into it. It rose throughout properly as well. Steve McCraw, the carpeting inside. grieving relatives — up to $400. “It’s not about the money as it is about making it a safer First ships crawl down Mississippi after spill situation for every- body,” said John Walker, NEW ORLEANS (AP) — among vessels affected by a deputy state highway The first of 200 ships idled the closure. Carnival Corp. O - by a massive oil spill began said its Carnival Fantasy engineer. “Some of crawling down the Missis- liner, due in New Orleans these memorial mark- sippi River Friday after the Saturday, was diverted to ers are hazards not only Coast Guard reopened the Mobile, Ala. Passengers to the traveling public waterway to traffic, but it would be bused to New but to the people that could be days before all of Orleans. place them. The the ships are cleared. The shutdown could maintenance of them A 100-mile stretch of the cost shippers millions of present issues for river has been shut down dollars in lost commerce, mowing and the safety since Wednesday, when a said John Hyatt, vice of the motorists.” barge split open in a president of Irwin Brown There is no federal collision with the Liberian- Co., a New Orleans-based law on roadside memo- flagged tanker Tintomara. freight forwarder. rials, leaving regulation Roughly 419,000 gallons State authorities were up to states and munic- spilled into the fast- optimistic environmental ipalities. According to flowing waterway to damage could be con- the National Confer- commerce, and crews tained. Divers were ence of State Legisla- have sopped up about inspecting the barge, AP PHOTO tures, at least a dozen 11,000 — just a fraction of which is wedged against states allow roadside Workers in small boats are part of the effort to clean up a massive fuel spill in the what the barge was the Mississippi River memorials under Mississippi River at the Port of New Orleans, Friday. The Coast Guard reopened the river to carrying. bridge. Officials said they certain conditions. limited traffic, as work continues to clean up the fuel oil that spilled when a ship and a The first ship to leave believe little fuel is left, barge collided early Wednesday. the mouth of the river, the and say they don’t think it Man killed after Overseas New York, is is a danger to navigation ed the total impact on radio threats bound for refineries or a hazard to the struc- shippers and receivers STATE COLLEGE, Pa. upriver from New Orleans, ture of the bridge. would quickly climb into HARDEE/DESOTO ENGLEWOOD — An official at a said Coast Guard Capt. The spill was the largest many millions of dollars. CIRCULATION CIRCULATION Christian radio station Lincoln Stroh. Ships will since a tanker ran aground Also Friday, residents Customer Service Customer Service in central Pennsylvania move based on economic in 2000 about 40 miles sued the owners and 863-494-2434 941-681-3000 says police shot and priorities, Stroh said. The south of New Orleans, operators of the vessels Fax: 863-494-3533 Fax: 941-681-3008 killed a man who had Mississippi between New dumping more than half a that collided, alleging in info@sun-herald.com threatened the station. Orleans and Baton Rouge million gallons of crude oil U.S. district court that they WTLR station manager is dotted with oil refineries on the Mississippi. That have been exposed to Classified Classified Mark VanOuse (van- and huge grain operations. spill closed about 26 miles fumes from the fuel oil wafting off the river. 863-494-2434 941-475-2200 OOS’) says police A cleaning station was of the river. Authorities are Fax: 863-494-3533 Fax: 941-485-3036 showed up and warned set up near the mouth of investigating the cause of A fuel odor hung in the employees to stay inside the river to scrub the hulls the crash, and said there air in the French Quarter around 10:30 a.m. Friday. of vessels heading into the wasn’t a properly licensed and Algiers areas Wednes- NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE Gulf Of Mexico as they sail pilot aboard the tugboat day and Thursday. By He says the station got a Friday, morning diners at CIRCULATION CIRCULATION tip that an armed man through the oil sheen that towing the barge. the Cafe du Monde near Customer Service Customer Service was on his way. extended south from New It wasn’t clear how much Orleans. The ships are cleanup would cost, or the French Quarter 941-429-3000 941-206-1300 VanOuse says that Fax: 941-423-2318 Fax: 941-629-2085 within minutes he scrubbed to avoid further what the economic impact riverfront were sipping coffee, and the aroma of info@sun-herald.com info@sun-herald.com could hear shots being contamination. on commerce will be. John Barges carrying grain Hyatt, vice president of New Orleans’ signature Punta Gorda Herald office fired. He says police beignets, a fried and sugar- Classified ads 941-205-1000 later told him the man south from the American Irwin Brown Co., a New heartland and a 2,000- Orleans-based freight powdered pastry, had 941-429-3000 was dead. Port Charlotte Town Center passenger cruise ship were forwarder, said he expect- replaced the fuel smell. — From wire reports mall kiosk Display Advertising 941-206-1700 North Port 941-429-3000 Sun Newspapers i J?L DeSoto/Hardee Sun Editor..............Laura Schmid.............................863-494-0300 i DeSoto General Manager ................Joe Gallimore..............................863-494-0300 Charlotte Englewood DeSoto 941-206-1214 941-681-3000 863-494-2434 Classified 941-206-1200 MEMBER of the Audit Bureau of Circulation Charlotte Sun Editor ........................Lorraine Schneeberger ...............941-206-1168 Hardee 863-494-2434 Fax: 941-629-7740 North Port Sun Editor.......................Elaine Allen-Emrich.....................941-429-3003 National & Regional Advertisers President..........................................Derek Dunn-Rankin....................941-206-1001 classified@sun-herald.com North Port General Manager............Steve Sachkar ............................941-429-3003 941-206-1270 Publisher..........................................David Dunn-Rankin ....................941-206-1003 ads@sun-herald.com Editor ...............................................Chris Porter.................................941-206-1134 Englewood Sun Editor......................Christy Arnold .............................941-681-3000 Managing Editor...............................John Hackworth..........................941-206-1147 Englewood General Manager...........Lang Capasso ............................941-681-3000 The SUN (USPS 743170) is published daily at Sun Coast Media Group, Inc., 23170 Harborview Road, Port Charlotte, FL 33980-2100. 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Saturday, July 26, 2008/ The Sun NATIONAL NEWS www.sun-herald.com D/E/N/C Front Page 3 | NATION Grandmother Inspirational professor, speaker dies at age 47 By RAMIT In it, Pausch celebrated phone, and Zaslow pleads guilty in PLUSHNICK-MASTI living the life he had recalled Friday that he child porn case ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER always dreamed of was “strong and funny” MARSHALL, Texas — A PITTSBURGH — Randy instead of concentrating during their collaboration. woman prosecutors say Pausch, the Carnegie on impending death. “It was the most fun 53 helped make a graphic Mellon University “The lecture was for days of my life because it videotape of her two computer scientist whose my kids, but if others are was like a performance,” visiting grandchildren “last lecture” about finding value in it, that is Zaslow told The Associated has pleaded guilty in a facing terminal cancer wonderful,” Pausch Press. “It was like getting 53 Texas child pornography became an Internet wrote on his Web site. extra lectures.” He recalled case. sensation and a best- “But rest assured; I’m that Pausch became The U.S. attorney’s selling book, died Friday. hardly unique.” emotional when they office said Friday that 51- He was 47. The book “The Last worked on the last chapter, year-old Denise Ward of Pausch died at his home Lecture” leaped to the though, because that to Overland Park, Kan., in Chesapeake, Va., said top of the nonfiction him was the “end of the Jeffrey Zaslow, a Wall Street AP FILE PHOTO best-seller lists after its lecture, the book, his life.” pleaded to coerced sexual activity. Journal writer who co- Randy Pausch, a former University of Virginia professor, gives publication in April and He is survived by his Ward was living in wrote Pausch’s book. his final lecture on Time Management to a packed house at remains there this week. wife, Jai, and their three Texas’ Harrison County Pausch and his family had Old Cabell Hall Auditorium in Charlottesville, Va., in 2007. The book deal was children, Dylan, Logan and in May 2000, when she is moved there last fall to be cancer in September 2007 garnered interna- reported to be worth Chloe; his mother, Virginia accused of helping closer to his wife’s relatives. 2006. His popular last tional attention and was more than $6 million. Pausch of Columbia, Md.; produce a tape in which Pausch was diagnosed lecture at Carnegie viewed by millions on the Pausch said he dictated and a sister, Tamara Mason her grandchildren were with incurable pancreatic Mellon in September Internet. the book to Zaslow by cell of Lynchburg, Va. photographed nude. The children were 10 and 11 at the time. Prosecutors say the parents were not aware Arrest of the videotaping. She remains in custody made in Last 2 Days! and faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine when sentenced. college Annual Fall Preview Sale Audit: Abandoned shooting New fall arrivals. Wear-now styles. 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