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  • 1. Suspected Kmart carjacker arrested in Tampa OUR TOWN PAGE 1 CharlotteSun IRAQ INSISTS ON US DEPARTURE Iraq’s government Monday ruled out allowing NASCAR SPRINT CUP SERIES STEWART-HAAS SURPRISES AND WEEKLY HERALD U.S. combat troops to remain in Iraqi cities after Everyone said Tony Stewart was crazy to leave the June 30 deadline for their withdrawal. FRONT PAGE 2 Joe Gibbs Racing. Not so much. SPORTS PAGE 7 AN EDITION OF THE SUN VOL. 117 NO. 125 AMERICA’S BEST COMMUNITY DAILY T U E S D A Y M AY 5 , 2 0 0 9 www.sunnewspapers.net 75 cents Obama targets tax loopholes President wants overseas profit taxes raised By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER proposal in 1961. ideas have been around though no tax increases ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER Obama’s proposal to for years. would go into effect until WASHINGTON — close tax loopholes was a The president’s plan 2011. That’s an average of President Barack Obama reliable applause line would limit the ability of $21 billion a year, less than promised sternly on during the presidential U.S. companies to defer a 2 percent nick in a federal Monday to crack down on campaign, but it got a paying U.S. taxes on budget deficit that is companies “that ship jobs lukewarm response overseas profits. At the projected to hit $1.2 trillion overseas” and duck U.S. Monday from Capitol Hill. same time, Obama would in 2010. taxes with offshore havens. Sen. Max Baucus of step up efforts to go after Lost revenue isn’t the It won’t be easy. Montana, the Democratic evaders who abuse only problem, Obama Democrats have been chairman of the Senate offshore tax shelters. says. He contends the AP PHOTO fighting — and losing — Finance Committee, said Obama said his plan current system gives this battle since John F. the plan needed further would raise $210 billion President Barack Obama speaks about tax reform in the Kennedy made a similar study, even though similar over the next 10 years, LOOPHOLES | P4 Grand Foyer of the White House in Washington, Monday. Florida flu cases now at 5 BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TALLAHASSEE — The state now has five confirmed cases and 15 probable cases of swine flu. A report Monday that alleged Charlotte County had its first swine flu case was incorrect. “Right now we’re still in surveillance mode, but we still have no cases here in Charlotte County,” county health department spokesman Adam DuBois said. The report was issued by the Florida Department of Health commu- nications office. By Monday afternoon, the statement was recalled. “Charlotte County does not have a probable or confirmed case of H1N1 Swine Flu,” Susan Smith, press secre- tary with the Florida Department of Health, wrote in an e-mail. A few test samples were sent to the PHOTO PROVIDED state to test for the presence of swine Charlotte High School graduates of 2008 celebrate at their project graduation event last May. flu. DuBois said the lab reported that there were no signs of the virus. The Florida Department of Health said Monday that a 7-year-old boy is Project Graduation parties — free of drugs, alcohol — the second confirmed Lee County case and a 24-year-old man in Pinellas County also has the flu. The depart- mapped out for several area high schools ment previously announced cases in By PAMELA STAIK anybody out in the woods drinking STAFF WRITER and partying. We want them to be in a CASES | P4 During the last week of May, hun- secure environment, hanging out one dreds of local high school seniors will last time as an organized group of move their graduation tassels from the classmates.” New data right to left, thus entering the next phase of their young lives. Regardless of what students plan to In general, each project graduation is based on the premise of offering lots of food, fun and safety for free. raises hopes do in their future, parents have vowed to make sure every single graduate lives to see their goals come true. Traditionally, parents keep as much as possible about the event a secret until the very last moment. of easing To accomplish this goal, parents from traditional area high schools are hosting drug and alcohol free lock-in But that isn’t so important to Char- lotte High parents. Just ask event chair Debbie recession parties called Project Graduation. “These are safe events and celebra- tions meant for everyone in the Llewellyn. “We want to get the kids excited about it,” she said, adding that posters By MARTIN CRUTSINGER graduating class,” explained Lemon appeared around campus before AP ECONOMICS WRITER Bay High’s Project Graduation chair Disney’s Grad Nite announcing the WASHINGTON — Evidence that Dave Dignam. “We don’t want event’s theme: 2009 Wii R Tarpon PHOTO PROVIDED housing is poised to improve and Heroes. Lemon Bay High School graduates took optimism about the results of banking Naturally, this theme will incorporate turns riding a mechanical bull last year “stress tests” raised hopes Monday that technological trends with the students, during their project graduation celebration. the recession is easing and helped lift a such as sending text messages and key stock market measure into the playing video games on Wii, a popular Englewood, the big giveaways will be black for the year. gaming device. two $1,500 scholarships to a secret, but Construction spending and pending At project graduation, seniors will be local, educational facility. home sales both fared better than able to play Guitar Hero, Rock Band While food and prizes are usually expected in March, and private and Wii Fit games, in addition to the donated by local businesses or individ- economists saw the reports as further regular activities. Llewellyn said this uals, committee members of the evidence that the overall economy is includes a casino gaming area, a project graduation events spend most stabilizing after its bleakest stretch in a jousting activity, an inflatable obstacle of the school year holding fundraisers half-century. If so, the economy might course, caricature and temporary to pay for the fiestas and additional gift be able to mount a recovery in the tattoo artists, a money machine and a items. second half of 2009. prize tent containing items for seniors To make this happen, Lemon Bay Wall Street took the same view. All to pick from. parents held bucket brigades around the major stock indexes jumped more Of course, all three graduation events Englewood and sold Christmas trees. than 2 percent. The Standard & Poor’s will incorporate door prizes and gift Including savings for next year’s 500 rose 3.39 percent, showing a gain PHOTO PROVIDED giveaways, including household items event, Dignam said Englewood parents for 2009. Gifts are displayed in a tent at last year’s such as bedding and towels, electronic hope to collect between $15,000 and project graduation for Charlotte High devices including laptops, not to HOPES | P4 School. mention gift certificates and cash. In GRADUATION | P4 INDEX| FRONT: Nation 2,4,7 | World 2 | State 6 | Business 8-10 | Weather 12 | OUR TOWN: Calendar 2 | Obituaries 4 | Police Beat 7 | Crossword 9 | Viewpoint 10 Daily Edition 75¢ High Low Look inside for valuable coupons This year’s savings to date ... CHARLIE SAYS ... SUN COUPON 90 67 VALUE METER $122,805 All this Buffalo news is making me want some chicken wings! 7 05252 00025 8 Partly cloudy, warm
  • 2. Front Page 2 D/E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net NATIONAL/WORLD NEWS The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 | WORLD S. Korean ship Mexico calms as fears of flu rebound rise thwarts piracy MEXICO CITY (AP) — guarantee that our now that the virus is Mexico announced a educational institutions taking off in the U.S., NAIROBI, Kenya — return to “normalcy” on are in adequate hygienic chances of severe cases South Korean snipers Monday, preparing to condition,” promised could rise as well. hovering in a heli- reopen businesses and Calderon, who called on “We’ve seen in many of copter Monday chased schools even as the virus parents to join educators the cases in Mexico, away pirates pursuing sickened more than 1,200 in a “collective” cleansing 'I there’s been sometimes a North Korean people in 20 countries. and inspection of schools five to seven days of freighter, a rare World health officials nationwide. being mildly ill with instance of recent 1 said the global epidemic “This is about going increasing respiratory cooperation between is still in its early stages, back to normalcy but distress and then being the two Koreas. and that a pandemic with everyone taking hospitalized, and then The South Korean could be declared in the better care,” Calderon spending five days or a ship has been oper- days to come. But said. week in hospital, so that’s ating off Somalia since Mexico’s president said it But experts inside a timeline of two weeks,” last month on a was waning at its Mexico’s swine flu crisis AP PHOTO he said. mission to protect its epicenter, justifying center warned that the A couple wearing masks as a precaution against swine flu As of Monday, Mexico cargo ships from Wednesday’s end to a virus remains active walks past closed stores in Mexico City, Monday. Mexican had 727 confirmed cases, Somali pirates, whose five-day nationwide throughout Mexico and officials lowered their flu alert level in the capital on and U.S. case grew to at acts of high-seas crime shutdown he credits for could bounce back once Monday, and plan to allow cafes, museums and libraries least 300 in 36 states. have exploded in reducing the spread of millions return to work to reopen this week, while world health officials weighed Globally, the virus has recent years as the the new virus. and school. It also may raising their pandemic alert to the highest level. reached more than 1,276 bandits continue to get Already, streets in the get worse north of the people in 20 countries — ransoms in the millions capital seemed more border. reopened Monday after a the epidemic. But other still in its early stages, to of dollars. lively, with more vehicles “The bottom line is that spring break trip to experts said the known the World Health South Korea’s Joint and fewer people wearing there hasn’t been time for Mexico led to as many as cases are almost certainly Organization. Chiefs of Staff said in a face masks. Some cafes the severe illnesses to 1,000 people being only a fraction of what’s The WHO was studying statement that the even reopened ahead of perhaps show up in the sickened. out there, meaning more whether to raise the 4,500-ton-class time. President Felipe U.S. yet,” Marc-Alain “We are by no means illnesses could surface pandemic alert to 6, its warship sent a Lynx Calderon said universities Widdowson, a medical out of the woods,” said once crowds gather again highest level, which helicopter to assist the and high schools will epidemiologist from the Dr. Richard Besser, acting in Mexico. would mean a global North Korean vessel reopen on Thursday, and U.S. Centers for Disease director of the CDC. “It’s clear that it’s just outbreak has begun. shortly after receiving a younger schoolchildren Control and Prevention, Health Secretary Jose about everywhere in WHO uses the term distress call that it was should report back to told The Associated Press. Cordova insisted that Mexico. I think now there pandemic to refer to being chased by the school on May 11. Experts in the U.S. also swine flu infections are is considerable person- geographic spread rather pirate ship. “The school schedule urged caution, even as a trending downward after to-person transmission,” than severity. Pandemics will resume with the New York City school 27 deaths at the center of Widdowson said. And aren’t necessarily deadly. Pig slaughter ires Christians CAIRO — The Egyptian government is Iraq insists on US Supreme Court leaving cities by June 30 rules for immigrant using swine flu as an excuse to get rid of tens of thousands of pigs raised by garbage collectors who live amid the refuse in Cairo BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq’s government 1G r in ID theft case slums. But the move Monday ruled out WASHINGTON (AP) — numbers belong to has prompted accusa- allowing U.S. combat A unanimous Supreme someone else, regardless tions Monday that troops to remain in Iraqi Court said Monday that of whether the defendant Muslims are attacking cities after the June 30 undocumented workers knew it. minority Christians, deadline for their with- who use phony IDs can’t Breyer said intent is who breed the animals. drawal, despite concern be considered identity often easy to prove in The government last that Iraqi forces cannot thieves without proof what he called classic week ordered the cope with the security they knew they were identity theft. “Where a slaughter of all the challenge following a stealing real people’s defendant has used country’s 300,000 pigs resurgence of bombings Social Security and other another person’s infor- as a precaution against in recent weeks. numbers. mation to get access to swine flu, even though Asking U.S. forces to The court’s decision that person’s bank no cases have been stay in the cities, limits federal authorities’ account, the government reported in the including volatile Mosul use of a 2004 law, can prove knowledge country. But after the in the north, would be AP FILE PHOTO intended to get tough on with little difficulty,” World Health embarrassing for Iraq’s identity thieves, against Breyer said. prime minister, who has In this March 13 file photo, Iraqi Army soldiers look at a immigrants who are But immigrants Organization criticized book of Arabic phrases as U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert the measure as entirely staked his political picked up in workplace without proper docu- future on claims that the Williams, 37, assigned to Delta Co., 1st Combined Arms raids and found to be mentation need identity unnecessary, the Battalion, 67th Armor Regiment, looks for help in government expanded country has turned the using false Social Security documents and often corner in the war communicating in Mosul, 225 miles northwest of and alien registration buy them from forgers, the rationale for the Baghdad, Iraq. slaughter to confront a against Sunni and Shiite numbers. never knowing if they long-standing hygienic extremists. with Pentagon violence had not risen to Advocates for immi- belong to anyone. problem posed by pigs The departure of spokesman Bryan a level that would force a grants had complained Such was the case with and garbage dumps in heavily armed combat Whitman saying it’s up to change in the withdrawal that federal authorities the undocumented the midst of densely troops from bases inside the Iraqi government to schedule. used the threat of worker on the winning populated areas of the the cities is important request an extension of Last month, however, prosecution on the side Monday. Ignacio capital. psychologically to many the U.S. presence in the the top U.S. commander identity theft charge, Carlos Flores-Figueroa, a Iraqis, who are eager to cities and “we intend to in Iraq, Gen. Raymond which carries a two-year Mexican immigrant Jailed journalist regain control of their fully abide by” terms of Odierno, said he was mandatory prison term, employed at a steel plant country after six years of the security agreement. worried that Iraqi forces to win guilty pleas on in East Moline, Ill., hospitalized war and U.S. military The chairman of the won’t be ready to assume lesser charges and traveled to Chicago and CAIRO — The occupation. Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm. full responsibility for acceptance of prompt bought numbers from American journalist on U.S. officials played Mike Mullen, told Mosul by the end of deportation. someone who trades in a hunger strike for two down the Iraqi decision, reporters Monday that June. “These prosecutions counterfeit IDs. weeks to protest her have been taken off the Unlike earlier fictitious table,” said Nina Perales, numbers Flores-Figueroa Program enlists doctors imprison- ment in southwest regional used, these numbers Iran was counsel for the Mexican belonged to real people. to help stem tide of addiction briefly American Legal Defense Flores-Figueroa had hospital- t and Education Fund. worked at the plant ized after The court, in an under a false name for six she opinion by Justice years. His decision to use WASHINGTON (AP) — workers past the stigma Someone else insists Stephen Breyer, rejected his real name and intensified If more doctors started and ensure that more she’s a social drinker? If her fast by SABERI the government’s exchange one set of asking, would more drug patients are asked for she’s ever had four or argument that prosecu- phony numbers for refusing to and alcohol abusers ’fess simple clues to addiction more drinks in a day, she drink water, Reporters tors need only show that another aroused his up so they could get help? at every visit — not just in may have a bigger the identification employer’s suspicions. Without Borders said It’s a huge irony of the ER, but anytime they problem. Monday. health care: Go to the see a doctor. The goal: To get The press freedom group said 32-year-old emergency room and It’s a step-by-step substance abuse treat- ENGLEWOOD DESOTO Roxana Saberi, accused you’ll be asked about a computerized guide that ment for more of the 23 CIRCULATION CIRCULATION tetanus shot, even though takes patients’ answers to million Americans Customer Service Customer Service by Iran of spying for the “most of us have never various behavior ques- estimated to need it. Only U.S., was taken Friday seen a case of tetanus,” tions, analyzes their risk about 2 million today get 941-681-3000 863-494-2434 to a clinic at Tehran’s says Dr. Gail D’Onofrio, for a serious substance use that help, NIDA says. Fax: 941-681-3008 Fax: 863-494-3533 Evin prison, where she emergency medicine chief problem and tells doctors Better would be finding info@sun-herald.com has been held since her arrest in January. She at Yale-New Haven what next steps to take. people early, when NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE Hospital. A patient admits to substance abuse is just was released from the CIRCULATION clinic within a day after Yet although up to half experimenting with taking hold and a doctor CIRCULATION Customer Service of ER visits involve illegal heroin? A few more intervening might keep it Customer Service again drinking water, drugs or alcohol, typically questions about how from getting worse. A 941-206-1300 the group said. Saberi, a “we don’t ask it. It makes often, when and if he felt government study last 941-429-3000 Fax: 941-629-2085 dual Iranian-American no sense whatsoever,” says cravings can guide how year found that some Fax: 941-423-2318 info@sun-herald.com citizen, has lived in Iran info@sun-herald.com D’Onofrio, who teaches big his risk is for ongoing simple doctor steps — Punta Gorda Herald office for the last six years. She new doctors to break that drug use and what brief in-office counseling was born in the U.S. and 941-205-1000 chain of silence. intervention is needed — or referral to a specialty grew up in Fargo, North A new program from the plus remind the doctor to center — could help slash Dakota. National Institute on Drug administer an HIV and drug use by patients Display Advertising — From wire reports Abuse aims to help health hepatitis test. coaxed to come clean. North Port 941-429-3000 National & Regional Advertisers Charlotte 941-206-1214 941-206-1270 Englewood 941-681-3000 ads@sun-herald.com Sun Newspapers J t JJL DeSoto Sun Editor ...................Laura Schmid .............................863-494-0300 DeSoto General Manager ........Joe Gallimore..............................863-494-0300 DeSoto 863-494-2434 MEMBER of the Audit Bureau of Circulation Charlotte Sun Editor.................Christy Arnold..............................941-206-1168 Classified Advertising North Port Sun Editor...............Lorraine Schneeberger................941-429-3003 President..................................Derek Dunn-Rankin ....................941-206-1001 North Port General Manager ....Steve Sachkar.............................941-429-3003 866-463-1638 Publisher..................................David Dunn-Rankin.....................941-206-1003 Fax: 866-949-1426 Editor........................................Chris Porter .................................941-206-1134 Englewood Sun Editor..............Mike Billington............................941-681-3000 classified@sunnewspapers.net 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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  • 3. The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 D/E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net Front Page 3 Port Charlotte Town Center MADISONS at the Mall Enjoy Yourself. Give mom a treat! Join us for Mother’s Day In addition to our regular menu we offer a lavish All you can eat Buffet $ only 18.95 kids 10 & under $10.95 Featuring Prime Rib Raspberry glazed Pork Loin Shrimp Scampi Seared Salmon Mango grilled Chicken Breast Assorted vegetables & potatoes Madison’s famous dessert table Entertainment ZZ FRIDAYS Prime Rib 5:00 & 7:30pm Doo Wop Oldies Revue with the Special! Doo Wop Crew Aged, Slow roasted, on the bone. Served au jus, with hot freshly baked garlic loaf, choice of seasonal vegetables, Madisons fries, an Idaho baked potato or Madisons braised cabbage You’re gonna love it! Queen cut 10.95 $ Dinner, Dancing & Fun! Madisons cut 12.95 $ Reservations suggested 16oz. served with a beef bone SATURDAYS @ 8:00pm Special ends Tuesday, May 12th Call (941) Don’t miss Talent Quest FL 2009 613-1692 KARAOKE For reservations Chance to represent Port Charlotte in LAS VEGAS All expenses paid! MADISONS at the Mall Enjoy Yourself. Every Time. Open 7 Days Banquet Room available 355970
  • 4. Front Page 4 D/E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net FROM PAGE ONE The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 Empty neighborhoods fester in Rust Belt By DAN SEWELL and to do just that — buy and certain areas like Cincin- tide, buying and either FRANK BASS either rehabilitate or nati’s Over-the-Rhine rehabilitating or bulldoz- ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS demolish foreclosed and neighborhood, roughly ing empty homes. Even CINCINNATI — Meet abandoned homes. two of every three homes with billions of federal the forgotten housing The AP’s analysis, are vacant or used by dollars pouring into crisis. however, shows the squatters. The area is cities, civic leaders such While most attention money will only make a more than 70 percent as Steve Leeper, director has focused on the wave modest dent in the black and poor, with of a Cincinnati develop- of foreclosures sweeping problem. As of March 31, unemployment often ment group, say fixing mostly middle-class, there were about 4 around 50 percent. lead paint, asbestos, suburban Sunbelt neigh- million homes that have Things may be even decay and other prob- borhoods from California been empty for 90 days — worse in Flint, Mich. lems takes a long time. to Florida, the nation’s a slight increase over last Jeffrey Taylor, 51, moved Leeper said there are emptiest neighborhoods AP PHOTO year’s figures and about 3 to a vanishing neighbor- plans to offer more have remained concen- percent of all U.S. homes. hood in the late 1960s, affordable housing and trated in the same place A woman, talking on a cell phone, walks past an The federal money will when his father worked more rental units, in for nearly a generation: abandoned home in east Buffalo, N.Y., Friday. be distributed based on a for General Motors. At its phased development the mostly minority, poor, of the 1980s — cities such many as 10,000 vacant, complicated formula that peak, the factories meant to make sure there urban neighborhoods of as Flint, Mich.; Colum- abandoned homes. considers local rates for employed thousands. aren’t pockets of empty the American Rust Belt. bus, Ohio; Buffalo, N.Y.; Suburban sprawl, an foreclosures, high-cost Now, all but one of the 20 housing left in the made- An analysis by The and Indianapolis. aging population and mortgages and vacancies. factories and buildings in over neighborhood. Associated Press, based “I’d move in a heart- manufacturing losses There won’t be enough the industrial valley have “When you don’t have on data collected by the beat if I had somewhere to have left the city with a money to completely fix been closed and torn an area populated,” he U.S. Postal Service and go right now,” said Cindy population under 300,000 places such as the neigh- down, driving residents said, “it doesn’t have a the Housing and Urban Olejniczak of Buffalo. — about half what it was borhood in western from his neighborhoods. heart.” Development Depart- Roughly every third home during the 1950s. Columbus that is the City officials are thinking ment, shows the emptiest in her neighborhood is Federal lawmakers nation’s emptiest. About 70 about bulldozing large ALMANAC neighborhoods are vacant. Not even pizzerias have designated nearly percent of the neighbor- swaths of the city. clustered in places hit will deliver to the area. $6 billion over the past hood’s housing is empty. Cities across the region Today is Tuesday, May 5, hard during the recession In Buffalo, there are as year for local governments In some sections of are trying to reverse the the 125th day of 2009. There are 240 days left in the year. GRADUATION: High schools plan drug-, alcohol-free parties Today in history FROM PAGE 1 North Port High Graduation, and $12,000 On May 5, 1961, School’s Project Gradua- remained for this year’s astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr. $25,000 before the event tion will begin following project. became America’s first space on May 29. commencement ceremo- “One thing we’d like to traveler as he made a 15- That could be difficult ny May 30, and continues emphasize,” Bickett said. minute suborbital flight in a because of the economic until 5 a.m. May 31. The “The party is not a lock capsule launched from Cape downturn. graduates are bused from in. Students can leave, Canaveral, Fla. “We have felt the pinch NPHS to the South but they can’t come back in our collections,” County YMCA in Venice in and they forfeit their On this date Dignam admitted. after the ceremony for a prizes (if they leave).” They aren’t the only celebration that includes Bickett said there are In 1821, Napoleon ones, said Yvette Johnson, a DJ, dancing, games with two more Project Grad Bonaparte, 51, died in exile Port Charlotte High’s prizes, “splash for cash” fundraisers scheduled — on the island of St. Helena. event chair. in the YMCA pool, a May 13 at Beef O’ Brady’s In 1891, Carnegie Hall Although the group has hypnotist, swimming, from 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. and (then named “Music Hall”) u - i set a goal of raising food and raffles. May 22-23 at the Basket had its official opening night approximately $20,000 for In past years, more Peddler Boutique — in New York City. the party, Johnson said than $10,000 has gone when both businesses RRaaaCT In 1904, Cy Young pitched only $6,500 has been into the event. Much of will donate a portion of GRA Q UATI the American League’s first collected with another the money comes from their receipts to the perfect game as the Boston $2,500 promised. fundraising and cash, gift project. Americans defeated the “We’ve been hit really certificate and prize Project graduation Philadelphia Athletics 3-0. hard,” she said. “Even the donations. committees are still In 1981, Irish Republican businesses that have DeSoto County High looking for help. For more PHOTO PROVIDED BY DALLAS EMRICH Army hunger-striker Bobby always donated to the School has raked in information on how you Sands died at the Maze cause are donating almost $25,000 to date for can donate or volunteer North Port City Commissioner Vanessa Carusone, left, who Prison in Northern Ireland in maybe a quarter of what its Project Graduation — your time, contact: has a daughter graduating from North Port High School his 66th day without food. they’ve normally donated thanks to a boost from • Charlotte High this year, helped collect money for prizes for Project Graduation recently in front of the North Port Walmart. In 2000, the tightest because they’ve been money left over from last School: Call or e-mail alignment in 38 years of hurting.” year’s inaugural event. event chair Debbie • Port Charlotte High or visit the Web site Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Considering a slow “We’re doing real well,” Llewellyn at 941-456-1212 School: Call event chair www.sarasotaschools. Saturn, the sun and the start, Charlotte High is said DeSoto County’s or llewellyn36@ Yvette Johnson at 941- com/nphsprojectgrad. moon — as seen from Earth doing fairly well. Project Graduation comcast.net. 889-8897. You can also • DeSoto High — took place. With the help of Chairwoman Leslie • Lemon Bay High contact Debbie Capo at School: Leslie Bickett members of the Rotary Bickett. “We take dona- School: Call or e-mail the school by calling (teacher at DeSoto Today’s Club of Harbor tions year around. People event chair Dave Dignam 941-255-7485. Middle School) cell Heights/Peace River, can donate cash, prizes at 941-460-1208 or • North Port High number: 863-990-5601 birthdays parents have been able to or food.” projgradlbhs@yahoo.com. School: Call Janice Staff writer John Actress Pat Carroll is 82. raise approximately The 2008 event was You can also contact Redenbo, at 941-423- Lawhorne contributed to AFL-CIO president John J. $16,000 of their $20,000 DeSoto County High Beth Johnston at 941- 8558, ext. 66012, or Nancy this article. Sweeney is 75. Actor Michael goal. School’s first Project 474-3864. DeCarlo at 941-426-7757, E-mail: pstaik@sun-herald.com Murphy is 71. Comedian-actor Michael Palin is 66.Rock LOOPHOLES: Obama plans to raise overseas profit taxes correspondent Kurt Loder is 64. NBC News anchor Brian Williams is 50. Actress Tina FROM PAGE 1 where they generate wealthy individuals evade impose billions of dollars make permanent a Yothers is 36. Singer Craig profits. taxes in overseas in new taxes on many of research tax credit that David is 28. Actress Danielle companies an incentive The bottom line? accounts. Obama said the the nation’s largest would provide firms Fishel is 28. R&B singer Chris to invest overseas rather “Nobody should miss government is hiring corporations, including about $75 billion in Brown is 20. than creating jobs in the the fact that this is about nearly 800 new IRS agents Google, General Electric, breaks over the next 10 U.S. revenue,” said Raymond to enforce the tax code. Hewlett-Packard, Intel years. The credit currently “It’s a tax code that says Wiacek, head of the tax “I want to see our and Johnson & Johnson, is to expire at the end of NEWS OF you should pay lower practice at the law firm companies remain the tax experts said. But it the year. THE WEIRD taxes if you create a job in Jones Day. “These most competitive in the falls well short of the Obama has widespread Revolutionized Bangalore, India, than if companies have the world,” Obama said at a broad overhaul of the tax support in Congress to you create one in Buffalo, money, and the U.S. White House announce- system that will probably crack down on tax parenting N.Y.,” Obama said government needs the ment. “But the way to have to wait until at least evaders who illegally hide “Consensual Living” Monday. money.” make sure that happens next year — after Con- assets in tax havens. But parenting, which was The business commu- Obama also proposed a is not to reward our gress deals with health he faces stiff opposition developed in 2006 and now nity argues the deferral package of disclosure and companies for moving care and energy. — even within his own has many hundreds of system helps them enforcement measures jobs off our shores or In exchange for the party — to increasing followers, supposes that compete against foreign designed to make it transferring profits to increased taxes some taxes on the legal transac- every family member’s needs companies that pay taxes harder for financial overseas tax havens.” companies would have to tions of U.S. multination- are equally valid and only in the countries institutions to help Obama’s plan would pay, Obama agreed to al companies. respectworthy. Even pre- adolescents are assumed CASES: Flu HOPES: New data points to easing recession able to understand their own needs and respect those of others. When little Kiernen, numbers FROM PAGE 1 Bolstering that picture future loan losses, the government will supply the needed resources, after the index hit a record low in January. The pending sales index which are causing more banks to tighten lending standards. 3, of Langley, British Columbia, hits another child, his mom told Toronto’s Globe jump to 5 were rising expectations that the government-run stress tests, showing how Bernanke has said. The Fed chairman is scheduled to testify to is now 1.1 percent above last year’s levels. Typically, there’s a one- The Fed reported Monday that about 50 percent of U.S. banks had & Mail in March, she does not invoke authority but instead asks about his FROM PAGE 1 the nation’s 19 largest Congress on Tuesday to two-month lag tightened their lending feelings and whether he’d banks would fare in a about the state of the between a contract being standards on prime like to express himself Lee, Broward and Orange severe recession, have economy. signed and a final deal mortgages and that 65 differently. If Kahlan, 18 counties. found most of them in The Commerce being sealed. So the percent had tightened standards on nontradi- months old, of Nanaimo, The department also reasonably good shape. Department reported index is a good barome- The test results are that construction ter for future home sales. tional mortgages. Both British Columbia, is grumpy said there are five at a time when her mother probable cases in expected to be released spending rose 0.3 Economists saw both percentages were higher Thursday after markets percent in March. It was reports as good news. than in the last survey in has made plans, Mom says Hillsborough County, she is obligated to consider close. the first increase after “Things certainly look early February. three probable cases in Many builders also are other plans. And when Federal Reserve five straight months of a bit less bad than in the Miami-Dade County, two finding it harder to get Savannah, 6, insisted on Chairman Ben declines. And it was far dark days at the turn of in Palm Beach County Bernanke has said none better than the the year,” Ian Shepherd- lending for their projects wearing her Halloween cat and one each in Alachua, of the 19 banks will be 1.5 percent drop analysts son, chief U.S. economist because of rising defaults costume every single day for Lee, Indian River, allowed to fail and that had expected. at High Frequency on commercial real estate. several months, her mom in Okeechobee and Clay any institution that Meanwhile, the Economics, wrote in a Because of such Burlington, Ontario, just counties. needs to raise more National Association of research note. problems, the overall shrugged, since she recalled Meanwhile, some capital will be given six Realtors said its index of Some analysts cau- economy, as measured how contentious the morning Florida schools are months to do so. pending home sales rose tioned that the economy by the gross domestic dressing rituals were, pre- closed while health If the bank cannot 3.2 percent to 84.6 in still faces threats from product, is expected to Consensual Living. officials monitor the raise the needed capital March. That was the waves of layoffs and keep shrinking in the cases. as a cushion against second monthly increase rising mortgage defaults, current quarter. — From wire reports
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  • 6. Front Page 6 D/E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 FLORIDA REPORT Lawmakers reach agreement on budget Watered-down state budget for fiscal year starting July 1 expected to top $65 billion TALLAHASSEE (AP) — House and combination of spending cuts, federal R-Lake Wales. during the next fiscal year, but that Senate negotiators Monday settled stimulus money and increases in the Alexander next will resume gambling money isn’t in the budget. It would go their difference over the next state cigarette tax, college and university talks that were suspended pending a into reserves that could be tapped if budget and now will turn to related tuition and fees for everything from budget resolution. revenues continue to fall below expec- issues including the expansion of court filings to license plates. The The House has been reluctant to tations as they have for the last two gambling as well as tax and fee spending reductions include a expand gaming, but the House’s chief years. increases, to generate many of the 2 percent pay cut for state employees negotiator on that issue, Rep. Bill One of the last issues resolved was dollars needed to balance the spending making more than $45,000 a year. Galvano, R-Bradenton, last week over what to do with $246 million plan. “It’s reasonable and responsible in moved closer to the Senate’s position expected to be left over this year in the The budget for the fiscal year starting view of the times that we’re in,” said by offering to let the Seminole Indians state-federal Medicaid health care July 1 is expected to top $65 billion, but Rep. Marcelo Llorente, a Miami have blackjack tables at the tribe’s three program for the needy. that’s nearly $8 billion less than Republican who chairs one of the Broward County casinos but not at four Alexander wanted to spend it, but lawmakers appropriated two years ago. House budget councils. other facilities in Tampa, Immokalee, Llorente preferred to save it in case the They’ve had to cut spending since then Llorente and Rep. David Rivera, a Big Cypress and Brighton. The Senate state is hit with a penalty over a deal due to a sagging economy that’s Miami Republican who chairs the wants to allow blackjack and other card former Gov. Jeb Bush made with the reduced tax receipts and other revenue. other House budget panel, hashed games at the Tampa, as well as Broward federal government that moved The decline is expected to continue out the final budget differences over County casinos. patients in Broward and Duval coun- next year. To avoid a potential the last three days with Senate Ways A gambling deal could generate ties into managed care as an experi- $6 billion deficit, lawmakers are using a and Means Chairman JD Alexander, around $500 million for the state ment to reduce costs. | OTHER HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE STATE Teen son escapes Fla. Slain toddler’s mom family slaying; 4 dead wants trial moved LAKELAND — A 34-year-old ORLANDO — The attorney for father who shot and killed his a Florida mother charged with wife and two young sons fell killing her toddler daughter over a bicycle and missed asked a judge Monday to move another son before killing the trial to South Florida. himself on the front lawn of their Jose Baez filed a motion for a house, authorities said Monday. change of venue. He told The surviving 13-year-old boy reporters that he didn’t believe escaped through the garage as his client could get a fair trial in his father fired a rifle at him, the Orlando in central Florida due to Polk County Sheriff’s the excessive local media Department said. AMR> coverage. Prosecutors, who have Investigators said Troy Ryan said they will seek the death Bellar fatally shot his wife, penalty if Casey Anthony is Wendy Bellar, 31, and their 5- convicted, did not immediately month-old and 8-year-old sons return messages asking for before killing himself late comment. “The local coverage Sunday in Lakeland, between has been so constant and at Tampa and Orlando. They said times so inflammatory that they had not found any suicide AP PHOTO members of the local commu- note and a motive for the killings nity have already formed their remained unclear. “I heard Wendy screaming and Full-court press opinions without even hearing one piece of evidence,” Baez the baby crying,” said next-door A custodial crew member mops the gym floor with a bleach-water solution at OakLeaf School said. neighbor Doug Lane. He in Clay County, Monday, after a possible case of swine flu was reported. Custodial crews from — Associated Press described hearing a barrage of around the region joined to sanitize the school after the possible case was reported. The state gunfire and Wendy Bellar now has five confirmed cases and 15 probable cases of swine flu. sounding as if she was in Alligator Alley opens “horror, terror.” after fog, smoke lifts Sheriff’s Department 10 NAPLES — Alligator Alley is spokesman Scott Wilder said R TaIR1haesee JacksorMs e open again after extreme fog and ensacola Wendy Bellar tried to leave the 10 smoke conditions hindered home with two of the children 5 Smarwe n traffic for hours. after a fight with her husband. River $t Jphns The Florida Highway Patrol But Troy Bellar opened fire with River said the major roadway a 7.62 mm rifle, killing Wendy, 5- month-old Zack James Bellar and FLORIDA Daylona Beach connecting Broward and Collier 8-year-old Ryan Patrick Bellar in the front porch area. Three astronauts 5 counties reopened Monday morning. It was closed for eight “It’s a very, very angry and selfish and cowardly person who enter hall of fame ando Cape Canaveral hours due to low visibility. A wildfire in Big Cypress National Preserve has been burning for murdered his family,” Wilder CAPE CANAVERAL — Three more 4 MoIbaUme almost two weeks and has said. “What motive or what shuttle astronauts have been inducted burned more than 30,000 acres. explanation can you give?” Tampa into the U.S. Astronauts Hall of Fame in St Peler bu Vero Beach It was apparently started by a Wilder said Troy Bellar chased Cape Canaveral. George Nelson, lightning strike. FioOda'6T 13-year-old Nathan Bellar William Shepherd and James Sarasota The agency reopened the l4rrda through their garage, but tripped Wetherbee were inducted Saturday. Van Nsevr westbound lanes of the road, over a bicycle and fell. The The total number of astronauts in the n e also known as Interstate 75, at father’s gun discharged, but he hall of fame is now 73. It’s the eighth P"" Lake Palm Beach U.S. 27 in Broward County. The got back up and fired at least group of shuttle astronauts to be Okeschobae eastbound lanes of the roadway two more rounds before killing inducted. Earlier inductees represented les were open at mile marker 101 in himself. Foil Lauftr doo Collier County. No neighbors were injured by the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Skylab Hialeah State Road 29 in Collier gunfire in the quiet suburban and Apollo-Soyuz programs. Nelson was on the first spacewalking team to County at U.S. 41 to Oil Well community, where the Bellars Road was also reopened. lived in a ranch-style home repair a satellite in-orbit. He flew three EVE DES NA AL PAAI( — Associated Press with green shutters and a shuttle missions. Shepherd screened-in front porch. commanded the first mission to the Investigators say Troy Bellar International Space Station and has Judge denies mistrial ran a home remodeling and been awarded the Congressional Medal Key W in terror trial handyman business. Wendy was of Honor. Wetherbee commanded five MIAMI — A federal judge on a stay-at-home mom. of the six space shuttle missions he Monday denied defense attor- Lane said Troy Bellar’s busi- flew from 1984 through 2003. neys’ request for a third mistrial ness seemed to keep going — Associated Press in the case of six men accused of despite the economic downturn. plotting to destroy Chicago’s — Associated Press Sears Tower and attack FBI Attorney seeks stay of Teen son faces 1st-degree offices, despite increasing signs execution for Fla. inmate murder charge in Miami city of disarray in the jury. Workers at Fla. site find commissioner’s death U.S. District Judge Joan Lenard TALLAHASSEE — An attorney for 5,000-year-old bones condemned killer John Richard Marek asked instead convened a hearing later MIAMI — The 17-year-old arrested in MALABAR — Workers at a the Florida Supreme Court on Monday to the shooting death of his father, a Monday to ask each of the 12 Space Coast project site have block his client’s scheduled execution next South Miami city commissioner, now jury members about a note uncovered teeth and bone week. faces a first-degree murder charge. signed by the foreman fragments believed to be up to The 47-year-old former Texas drifter was Jason Beckman was originally describing one juror as being 5,000 years old. convicted nearly a quarter century ago in the charged with manslaughter with a disruptive, offensive and The items were found in the June 16, 1983, kidnapping, rape and murder firearm. The county clerk’s Web site refusing to deliberate. The last month in Malabar at the site of Adella Marie Simmons. says a grand jury handed down the hearing in open court would of an area to be flooded to create She was one of two women returning home indictment last week on the first- determine whether the juror Lake Lawton. when their car broke down on the Florida degree murder charge. should be removed so that The human remains have Turnpike in Broward County. Marek and his Beckman told detectives that he deliberations, stalled since been reburied. Thousands of accomplice, Raymond Wigley, stopped and went to show his father a shotgun he Friday, could resume. other items, including fish hooks persuaded Simmons to ride with them to a had just assembled but slipped and “There must be an inquiry and tools believed to be fash- service station. They instead took her to a fell, causing the shotgun to fire. made of this jury,” Lenard said, ioned by American Indians from beach about 60 miles away where she was Jay Beckman was elected to the adding that it would focus solely bones, have been sent to a strangled with a bandanna after being sexu- commission of the small suburban city on whether each juror is “willing laboratory. ally assaulted. in 2006.Associated Press to follow the law and apply it to Work at the site has stalled as Defense attorney Martin McClain asked the — Associated Press the evidence.” Two previous trials federal officials negotiate with justices to halt Marek’s scheduled May 13 for the “Liberty City Six” — named the Seminole and Miccosukee execution by lethal injection, asserting that for their inner city neighborhood tribes over how to proceed. Wigley was the actual killer. — ended in mistrials. — Associated Press — Associated Press — Associated Press
  • 7. The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 D/E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net Front Page 7 NEWS ACROSS pursue bold ideas that could lead to breakthroughs, focusing on ways to prevent AMERICA and treat infectious diseases, such as HIV, malaria, tuberculosis, pneumonia and California as well as for the rest of the diarrheal diseases. The Filene’s Basement locations foundation said grant Roman Polanski trial and the chain’s other assets. recipient Eric Lam at Rutgers LOS ANGELES— An attorney University in New Jersey is for Roman Polanski has told a Georgia exploring tomatoes as a Los Angeles judge that the antiviral drug delivery system. fugitive film director won’t Missing professor Researchers at the University appear at a hearing this week ATHENS — Police say they’ve of Exeter in Devon, England, to seek dismissal of the 31- found the passport of a AP PHOTO will seek to build an inexpen- year-old sex case against him. A court document filed University of Georgia professor suspected of killing his wife Cinco de Mayo steps sive instrument to diagnose malaria by using magnets to Monday argues that Polanski’s and two others outside a Anthony Estrada Jr., 7, spins, jumps and gyrates to the beat of music provided by detect the waste products of personal appearance is community theater. Athens- local musicians 24/7 at the Cinco de Mayo celebration in Victoria, TX, Saturday. the malaria parasite in human irrelevant to the question of Clarke County Police Capt. blood. whether official misconduct Clarence Holeman confirmed violated his constitutional Monday that George Zinkhan’s concession demands were not cause during a Coast Guard play “Uncle Vanya.” Wisconsin rights. Polanski, now 75, passport was found inside his met. The Guild called that a hearing examining what pleaded guilty in 1977 to wrecked Jeep in a ravine a few “bullying” tactic. caused the Lady Mary to sink Rhode Island Triple homicide unlawful sexual intercourse miles from his home Friday. about 60 miles off Cape May STEVENS POINT — A judge in with a 13-year-old girl. He Zinkhan is accused of killing Missouri on March 24. Smith lost two Craigslist charge Wisconsin has set bail at subsequently fled to France. his wife, Marie Bruce, 63-year- sons in the wreck. Weeks, a WARWICK — A medical $500,000 for a man accused The judge has refused to old Ben Teague and 40-year- Sprint-Nextel good news marine lawyer, based hisstudent jailed in Boston on of killing his girlfriend and two consider dismissal as long as old Tom Tanner as they KANSAS CITY — Despite a conclusion on video of the suspicion of killing a of their children at their home Polanski remains a fugitive. If gathered for a picnic April 25. widening net loss, Sprint ship, now sitting on the ocean masseuse he met on Craigslist in Nelsonville. Portage County he returns to the United Two others were hit by bullet Nextel Corp. finally got some floor under 200 feet of water, was charged Monday in Rhode Circuit Judge Frederick States from France he would fragments. Authorities say the good news in its long taken by a remotely piloted Island with pulling a gun on a Fleishauer set the bail Monday risk arrest. marketing professor never recovery Monday, as a big undersea vehicle. The video stripper in a hotel. An arrest after District Attorney Tom showed up Saturday for a surge in “prepaid” customers shows the boat’s dredge — a warrant issued Monday Eagon said he plans to charge Creationism case flight to Amsterdam that he offset another nightmarish heavy steel bar and metal accuses Philip Markoff of 36-year-old Shane Kettner SANTA ANA — A federal judge booked before the shootings. drop in valuable subscribers rings connected to a nylon assault and weapons with three counts of first- has ruled that a history who sign annual contracts. mesh net — still laden with violations. Authorities degree intentional homicide. teacher at a Southern Louisiana Investors responded by scallops and resting on the previously said Markoff, 23, Deputies went to the family’s California public high school sending shares of the ship’s deck. was the suspect in the April home Thursday after a relative violated the First Amendment Tornado injures three nation’s third-largest wireless 16 robbery attempt at a expressed concern. The when he called creationism NEW ORLEANS — A tornado provider up sharply. Sprint New York Holiday Inn Express in prosecutor says 3-year-old Ash “superstitious nonsense” injured three people and shares gained 53 cents, or Warwick. An exotic dancer ley Kettner and 2-year-old during a classroom lecture. damaged nearly two dozen 11.4 percent, to $5.20 in Pete Seeger honored from Las Vegas who offered Griffin Kettner were each shot U.S. District Judge James homes Monday in southern afternoon trading after NEW YORK — A star-studded lap dances told Rhode Island once in the head. He says Selna issued the ruling Friday Louisiana, a day after severe reaching as high as $5.48 medley of musical guestsauthorities that she was their mother, 30-year-old after a 16-month legal battle thunderstorms across the earlier in the session. The played tribute to Pete Seeger bound with cord and held at Christine Gollon, was the between student Chad Farnan Southeast killed one person. A Overland Park, Kan.-based at a benefit concert for the gunpoint by a man she met victim of a complex homicide, and his former teacher, James woman was treated for a company lost $594 million, legendary folk singer’s 90th through Craigslist, a classified but he wouldn’t say what that Corbett. Farnan’s lawsuit broken leg after the twister or 21 cents per share, during birthday. Bruce Springsteen, advertising Web site. She said involved. alleged that Corbett made ripped through part of the the three months ending Dave Matthews, Emmylou her assailant fled when her more than 20 statements that rural community of Catahoula, March 31, versus a loss of husband came up to the hotel Wyoming Harris, Ani DiFranco and John were disparaging to Christians La., around 6 a.m., said Major $505 million, or 18 cents per Mellencamp were among the room. “He will be brought to and their beliefs. The judge Ginny Higgins of the St. Martin share, a year ago. 40 musicians performing in justice,” Attorney General Missing poet sought found that Corbett’s reference Madison Square Garden for Patrick Lynch said at a news CHEYENNE — A week has to creationism as “religious, the Sunday night show, aconference. passed since a well-regarded superstitious nonsense” benefit to raise awareness for poet disappeared on a violated the First Hudson River Sloop Washington Japanese island and his Amendment’s establishment Clearwater, an organization sister-in-law says the search clause. Courts have inter- Seeger started to preserveGates grants awarded will go on for at least one preted the clause as and protect the Hudson River. SEATTLE — Can tomatoes be more day. University of prohibiting government Most of the evening consisted taught to make antiviral drugs Wyoming professor Craig employees from displaying of multiple artists performing for people who eat them? Arnold vanished April 27 while religious hostility. together with one highlight Would zapping your skin with hiking up a volcano on a tiny coming before the intermis- a laser make your vaccination island in the northern Ryukyu Boy kidnapped sion — Seeger joined by work better? Could malaria- Islands. Arnold has been SAN BERNARDINO — Harris, Joan Baez, Billy Bragg carrying mosquitoes be given traveling all over the world, Investigators were searching and others for a spiritual a teensy head cold that would working on a book about Monday for a 3-year-old boy AP PHOTO version of “We Shall prevent them from sniffing out volcanoes. His sister-in-law, kidnapped by two gunmen who Overcome.” a human snack bar? These Augusta Palmer of New York, broke into his family’s home, tied up his mother and four Electric avenue Sarsgaard-Gyllenhaal are among 81 projects awarded $100,000 grants said Monday that Japanese authorities have committed to siblings, and stole property, A fast-moving thundershower rolled over uptown NEW YORK — Peter Sarsgaard Monday by the Bill & Melinda look for Arnold through at Charlotte, N.C., Saturday, dropping a few lightning authorities said. The California strikes and some brief intense rain. and Maggie Gyllenhaal have Gates Foundation in a bid to least Tuesday. The search Highway Patrol issued an made it official. Amanda support innovative, unconven- involves 20 to 30 people as Amber Alert late Sunday for 3- Silverman, Gyllenhaal’s tional global health research. well as search dogs and year-old Briant Rodriguez, publicist, says the couple were The five-year health research helicopters. about nine hours after the Parish sheriff’s department. married Saturday. 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  • 8. DOW 8,426.74 +214.33 BUSINESS ........................................................................................................ . NYSE ................................... ................................... .................................. 5,800.22 +231.46 . NASDAQ ................................... ................................... .................................. 1,763.56 +44.36 . S&P 500 907.24 +29.72 Tuesday, May 5, 2009 www.sunnewspapers.net Dow surges 214 points Standard & Poor’s 500 index turns positive for 2009 JULIE MATHIS NEW YORK (AP) — The housing news ignited the analysts are warning that Wall 4 percent for the year. Standard & Poor’s 500 index is advance: Pending U.S. home Street might not be able to The S&P 500 index rose 29.72 May is a up for the year. And for once, it was the housing market that sales rose more than forecast and had their second straight sustain its advance. Monday’s gain came on light trading Monday to 907.24, its first close above 900 since Jan. 8. It had ‘wow’ month sent stocks soaring. The S&P 500, considered Wall Street’s most important monthly gain, while construc- tion spending rose unexpect- edly in March after five straight volume, a sign that some investors are still cautious. “The bear market may not be shown a gain for the year only during the first five trading days of January, before the market D o you ever open your indicator, bounded up 3.4 declines. over,” said David Kotok, began a huge drop that carried calendar, look at a full percent Monday and erased the With Monday’s gain, the S&P chairman of Cumberland the S&P 500 and the Dow to last of its losses for 2009. And has soared 34.1 percent in the Advisors. He pointed out that their lowest levels since 1997. month and say “wow?” the Dow Jones industrials shot 39 trading days since the rally the real estate market is still The Dow rose 214.33, or Well, May is one “wow” up more than 200 points and began, its steepest gain over weakening and banks are still 2.6 percent, to 8,426.74. month for the Charlotte had their first finish above that many days since 1933. The taking losses on loans. The Nasdaq composite index County Chamber of 8,400 since Jan. 13. Dow, meanwhile, is up 28.7 “We have the makings of a ‘V’ rose 44.36, or 2.6 percent, to Commerce. Wednesday is Two months ago, an S&P 500 percent. or the first half of a ‘W,’ “ Kotok 1,763.56. The Nasdaq, with a Networking at Noon at The in positive ground would have Investors are betting that a said, referring to the shape of big representation of high-tech Perfect Caper (reservations, seemed impossible, with the stream of slowly improving the stock market’s path. “The and smaller company stocks, stock market having fallen to data since early March mean upward leg looks the same ... has run ahead of the other please at 941-627-2222 or on 12-year lows on fears of a that the economy, and Wall Only time will tell.” indexes, and is up 11.8 percent our Web site, www.charlotte worsening recession. Monday’s Street itself, have found a The S&P 500, the market in 2009. countychamber.org). rally was led by the same bottom. As they’ve kept buying, barometer preferred by About five stocks rose for Thursday, the Business financial and housing stocks they’ve also overlooked reports, professional investors, is now every one that fell on the New Services Committee will be that were decimated by the including millions of lost jobs, up 0.4 percent for 2009. That York Stock Exchange, where putting the final touches on credit crisis and the sinking that point to continuing matters not only for market volume came to 1.1 billion economy, and it added more economic weakness. watchers — many investments shares. our workshops for May 18-22 momentum to a stunning rally Still, as dramatic as the rally including mutual funds either Light, sweet crude rose $1.27 Small Business Week. There that began March 10. has been, no one is describing mirror or are measured against to settle at $54.47 on the New are eight opportunities to A double dose of good the market as euphoric, and the index. 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The initial stress test results were revealed Saturday night, Kingsway to the banks last month. Wells Fargo has Country Club will be trans- until Tuesday to convince officials the formed into Vintage Vegas for results were mistaken and that the bank the Leadership Charlotte does not need to adjust its finances. fundraiser for fifth-grade Wells Fargo spokeswoman Julia Tunis Bernard declined to comment. students to attend Enterprise After originally being scheduled for Village. Join us! release Monday, the results of the govern- The joint Business Card ment’s stress tests now are expected Exchange with the Charlotte, Thursday afternoon. The delay comes amid Englewood and Punta Gorda aggressive lobbying from banks that were chambers is May 13 at the told they would need to boost their capital AP PHOTO positions. A Wells Fargo Bank in Palo Alto, Calif. is shown Monday. Regulators are asking Wells Fargo Charlotte Sports Park. Join The stress tests of the 19 largest financial your business colleagues for & Co. to raise more capital after government “stress tests” showed the bank would have firms are a centerpiece of the Obama trouble surviving if the recession worsens. networking from 5 p.m. to 7 administration’s plan to stabilize the banks. p.m. and then stay for the The tests estimate losses the banks would mortgage, construction and credit card risk is fairly minimal. Stone Crabs game against the face in a “what-if” scenario that includes loans. The stress test treated those loans as “If indeed they need additional capital, Jupiter Hammerheads. 10.3 percent unemployment and a 22 especially vulnerable since borrowers it’s going to be a fairly modest amount and On May 19 at 4 p.m. in the percent drop in home prices during the would face trouble repaying their debts in a fairly insignificant in terms of dilution,” he next two years. much worse economy. said. “I think their earnings power is far Port Charlotte office, we will If the test showed that dismal economy Analysts expect regional banks that were greater than most in the industry.” have the drawing for the would push a bank below a minimum level stress tested also may be told to raise Marquardt said one reason for that premium pages in the 2010 of capital, regulators asked the bank to find capital, since their holdings are similarly strength is that Wells Fargo already has Chamber Visitor’s Guide. a way to boost its finances. tilted toward loans. Cleveland-based marked down 60 percent of the lifetime There are several pages in the One way to do that would be to convert KeyCorp and Cincinnati-based Fifth Third losses on its loan portfolio. guide that advertisers really preferred shares held by the government or Bancorp are among the banks in this Billionaire investor Warren Buffett, whose other lenders into common stock. That situation. company Berkshire Hathaway owns about want, so to be fair, we have a would help the Treasury avoid returning to Bank of America Corp. and Citigroup Inc. 6.85 percent of Wells Fargo’s shares, said he drawing for those pages. You Congress for more bailout money, but it also have been disputing preliminary doesn’t believe the bank needs additional must be present to win. would dilute the value of common shares findings that they needed to boost capital, capital. Our May 20 Coffee, in the and put taxpayer dollars at greater risk. sources have told The Associated Press. Besides Wells Fargo, Berkshire owns middle of small business Banks also could be given six months to Spokesmen for New York-based shares of three other banks the government week, will feature a motiva- raise money from private investors. If that Citigroup and Charlotte, N.C.-based Bank subjected to stress tests: US Bancorp, tional talk by Alan Thompson, doesn’t work, the government could give of America would not comment on SunTrust Banks Inc. and Bank of America. them additional money from the $700 whether the banks had been asked to raise “I can tell you that US Bancorp and Wells southeast region director of billion financial system bailout. more capital. Fargo are extremely strong banks,” Buffett multicultural markets for The government will brief banks Tuesday But Bank of America spokesman Scott said Monday in an interview with CNBC. Stewart Title. Thompson on its final decisions about their appeals. Silvestri called a news report that it plans to “They have terrific earning power, and comes highly recommended Regulators have said they will not allow raise $10 billion “completely inaccurate.” earning power is enormously important in from several committee any of the 19 firms to fail because it would Bank of America has not been given a final what happens to a business in the future. members and will help us be too dangerous for the rest of the finan- figure from the Federal Reserve, he said. And you couldn’t have two better banks discover the exact steps we cial system. Andrew Marquardt, a bank analyst at virtually positioned than those two for Wells Fargo holds billions of dollars in Fox-Pitt Kelton, said Wells Fargo’s capital future earnings.” need to attract more business through creative, aggressive Clear View Financial Services opens office and out-of-the-box marketing strategies. 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The npadgett@sun-herald.com session luncheon. Details to dealer, has opened an (GSP). As a GSP, Sutton prior to her most recent program, titled SHOP follow. office in the SunTrust is certified to oversee Series 24. Craig LOCAL, is designed to For more information about building in Murdock. A Jayne Young and variable annuities and DeYoung, president of keep residents shopping all of these events, please call wide variety of financial Douglas Young, CRPC. mutual funds, corpo- Charlotte State Bank, in our local stores. 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Tuesday, May 5, 2009 /The Sun BUSINESS NEWS www.sunnewspapers.net D/E/N/C Front Page 9 THE MARKET IN REVIEW NYSE AMEX NASDAQ FOREIGN STOCKS OF LOCAL INTEREST 52-Week Net YTD 12-mo YTD YTD MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) High Low Name Last Chg %Chg %Chg %Chg 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 496.12 194.99 Amsterdam 251.47 +10.71 +4.45 +2.25 -47.76 Avatar ... ... ... 18.83 -.02 -29.0 PGT Inc ... ... ... 2.39 +.13+111.5 BkofAm 567218410.38 +1.68 PSCrudeDL n3559583.14 +.20 PwShs QQQ111134035.05+.68 3,971.91 1,523.47 Brussels 1,993.47 +40.12 +2.05 +4.44 -49.45 DirxFinBear31480036.30 -2.31 NthgtM g 41639 1.65 +.17 Intel 80973316.66 +.85 BkofAm .04 .4 14 10.38 +1.68 -26.3 RJamesFn.44 2.5 11 17.51 +1.72 +2.2 7,231.86 3,588.89 Frankfurt 4,902.45 +133.00 +2.79 +1.92 -30.48 Citigrp 3059047 3.20 +.23 DenisnM g 41526 2.45 +.46 DirecTV 72002823.93 -.64 6,377.00 3,460.71 FTSE 100 4,243.22 -.49 -.01 -4.31 -31.73 Carnival ... ... 10 29.57 +3.43 +21.6 Ryder .92 3.1 11 30.02 +1.32 -22.6 WellsFargo288820824.25 +4.64 Taseko 25506 1.63 +.07 FifthThird 639303 4.83 +.98 26,387.37 10,676.29 Hong Kong 16,381.05 +860.06 +5.54+13.86 -37.44 Chicos ... ... ... 7.88 +.45 +88.5 DirxFinBull2669637 9.92 +2.10 EldorGld g 24331 8.61 +.61 Cisco 63389219.50 -.08 5,142.10 2,465.46 CAC-40 3,237.97 +78.12 +2.47 +.62 -36.05 StJoe ... ... ... 26.57 +2.02 +9.3 CrackerB .80 2.4 12 32.67 +.65 +58.7 32,211.48 16,480.01 Mexico 23,014.05 +1,115.20 +5.09 +2.83 -24.67 SimonProp.48 .9 27 51.88 +4.42 -2.4 GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) 14,601.27 6,994.90 Nikkei 225 8,977.37 +149.11 +1.69 +1.33 -36.10 Disney .35 1.5 11 22.86 +.92 +.7 Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg 15,154.77 7,479.96 Toronto 9,870.37 +373.41 +3.93 +9.82 -30.85 Eaton 2.00 4.4 10 45.75 +2.13 -8.0 SteinMrt ... ... ... 4.98 +.28+340.3 RAIT pfB 14.00 +6.40 +84.2 StreamGSv 4.72 +1.04 +28.3 AcadiaPh 2.34 +1.34 +134.0 FPL Grp 1.89 3.3 13 57.60 +1.55 +14.4 SunTrst .40 2.3 ... 17.27 +3.46 -41.5 Ferro 5.04 +1.80 +55.6 Metalico 2.98 +.62 +26.3 NashuaCp 3.50 +1.71 +95.6 ClearwP n 20.54 +6.08 +42.0 DenisnM g 2.45 +.46 +23.1 CrosstexE 3.66 +1.45 +65.6 HarrisCorp.80 2.5 14 31.86 +.69 -16.3 SuprUnifm .54 7.3 23 7.44 -.19 -2.0 AllisChE 2.95 +.85 +40.5 DeerfCap rs 3.62 +.62 +20.7 CrosstxLP 3.40 +1.22 +56.0 HltMgmt ... ... 17 4.73 +.05+164.2 TECO .80 6.9 15 11.62 +.35 -5.9 KKR Fn 2.34 +.58 +33.0 BiP Tin n 30.67 +5.22 +20.5 ChinaPStl 2.94 +1.04 +54.7 LennarA .16 1.5 ... 10.34 +.88 +19.3 EMBAR Q° TechData ... ... 12 29.98 +.98 +68.0 LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) BUSINESS Lincare ... ... 9 23.64 -.08 -12.2 McClatch h ... ... ... .62 +.03 -22.5 WendyArby.06 1.2 ... 5.11 +.40 +3.4 Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg DirxFinBear 6.30 -2.31 -26.8 InvCapHld 2.85 -.64 -18.3 Astronics s 7.89 -3.00 -27.5 OfficeDpt ... ... ... 2.80 +.10 -6.0 WldFuel .30 .8 11 39.88 +1.23 +7.8 BkA gold11 10.49 -3.16 -23.2 IncOpR 5.52 -.93 -14.4 Perfumania 4.00 -.90 -18.4 RdxInv2xF s12.00 -3.22 -21.1 CoffeeH 2.92 -.43 -12.8 Biocryst 3.08 -.67 -17.9 DirxEMBear17.92 -4.73 -20.9 PwSBMetS n32.43-4.51 -12.2 Orexigen 2.42 -.49 -16.8 PrUShCh2516.08 -3.57 -18.2 LGL Grp 3.40 -.43 -11.2 GeneticT h 2.91 -.44 -13.1 CURRENCIES L Yesterday Pvs Day Yesterday Pvs Day DIARY DIARY DIARY Argent Peso 3.6910 3.7170 Jordan Dinar .7089 .7087 Advanced Declined 2,635 468 Advanced Declined 386 185 Advanced Declined 2,140 639 How can I run Australia Dollar 1.3554 1.3689 Mexico Peso 13.3362 13.8315 Brazil Real 2.1270 2.1818 N. Zealand Dollar 1.7447 1.7539 Unchanged 66 Unchanged 51 Unchanged 121 Total issues 3,169 Total issues 622 Total issues 2,900 my business Britain Canada Pound Dollar .6682 .6704 1.1774 1.1840 Norway Krone Pakistan Rupee 6.5040 80.24 6.5451 80.19 New Highs 17 New Highs 9 New Highs 33 New Lows Volume 6 6,885,343,575 New Lows Volume 0 138,771,428 New Lows Volume 8 2,506,512,585 smarter, Chile China Peso Yuan 573.00 582.90 6.8270 6.8230 Peru Philpins New Sol Peso 2.987 48.09 2.994 48.00 INDEXES leaner and Colombia Peso Czech RepKoruna 2278.50 2293.50 19.84 20.12 Russia Ruble Saudi Arab Riyal 32.8278 3.7505 33.0480 3.7501 52-Week YTD 1 Year Denmark Krone 5.5710 5.6148 Singapore Dollar 1.4713 1.4815 High Low 13,136.69 6,469.95 Name Dow Jones Industrials Close 8,426.74 Change Chg% Chg% Chg% +214.33 +2.61 -3.98 -35.03 faster? Euro Euro .7477 .7537 Sweden Krona 7.9114 8.0321 5,536.57 2,134.21 Dow Jones Transportation3,366.53 +214.14 +6.79 -4.82 -36.28 Hong Kong Dollar 7.7500 7.7500 Switzerlnd Franc 1.1284 1.1356 530.57 288.66 9,687.24 4,181.75 Dow Jones Utilities NYSE Composite 347.34 5,800.22 +4.31 +1.26 -6.32 -32.73 +231.46 +4.16 +.75 -38.54 THE ANSWER IS Hungary Indnsia Forint Rupiah 213.04 215.66 10495.0010590.00 Taiwan Thailand Dollar Baht 33.02 35.19 33.16 35.32 2,433.31 1,130.47 2,551.47 1,265.52 Amex Index Nasdaq Composite 1,451.48 1,763.56 +11.45 +.80 +3.86 -36.64 +44.36 +2.58+11.83 -28.43 EMBARQ® MULTILINE BUNDLE. Israel Shekel 4.1362 4.1405 Turkey Lira 1.5666 1.5908 1,440.24 666.79 S&P 500 907.24 +29.72 +3.39 +.44 -35.54 Japan Yen 98.87 99.35 Venzuel Bolivar 2.1473 2.1471 897.37 764.38 397.97 342.59 S&P MidCap Russell 2000 582.06 506.82 +23.19 +4.15 +8.13 -31.52 +19.84 +4.07 +1.48 -30.03 IBM British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. 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StoneEngy 5.30 +.78 .45 Walgrn 31.52 -.01 ... Citigp pfM 18.86 +1.38 .40 Hess 60.00 +3.81 .96 LeggMason 22.53 +1.82 ... Ralcorp 58.79 +.44 .60m AtlasPpln 4.30 +.19 2.15f EntPrPt 24.66 +.53 1.00 LeggPlat 15.09 +.58 .67 NIFLP 12.21 +.06 ... StratHotels 1.14 +.26 .40 WalterEn 28.98 +3.28 1.32 ATMOS 26.37 +.73 ... Citigrp pfP 18.65 +1.35 2.60m EnterPT 24.93 +2.18 .32 HewlettP 37.14 +.62 .75a NvIQl 12.18 -.05 .16 RangeRs 44.15 .40f Stryker 39.57 +1.32 .40m CityNC 40.10 +4.69 ... Hexcel 9.86 +.49 .40 LenderPS n 27.78 +.72 +2.67 1.73 WREIT 22.02 +1.04 ...AtwoodOc s 24.96 +2.08 .16 Equifax 28.95 +.05 .16 LennarA 10.34 +.88 .64 NvMIPI 11.04 +.10 3.26f SubPpne 40.28 +1.22 ... WasteCon 25.69 +.14 ... AutoNatn 17.56 +.13 .01p ClayGSol 9.34 +1.00 1.93 EqtyRsd 23.76 +2.29 1.70 HighwdPrp 23.93 +1.27 .82a NvMAd 12.57 +.25 ... RaserT 4.30 +.23 1.44 SunLfFn g 25.05 +1.37 ... ClearwP n 20.54 +6.08 ... HilltopH 11.43 +.12 ... LeucNatl 24.13 +2.46 .44 RJamesFn 17.51 1.16f WsteMInc 26.83 +.66 ... Autoliv 26.36 +1.90 4.12f EssexPT 66.10 +4.20 .72 LexRltyTr 4.32 +.42 .71a NvNYP 12.54 +.24 .20 Suncor gs 28.36 +1.06 ... AutoZone 163.21+.94 .35 CliffsNRs s 28.29 +3.00 .55 EsteeLdr 36.88 +5.75 .60 HollyCp 23.67 +1.98 .77a NuvPP 12.60 +.08 +1.72 1.20 Sunoco 29.89 +1.58 ... Waters 45.11 +.65 1.84 Clorox 54.22 -1.08 .90 HomeDp 26.21 +.44 ... Lexmark 19.95 +.23 2.00 Rayonier 40.75 1.92f Watsco 49.16 +6.66 3.57a AvalonBay 58.53 +4.47 1.92 EverestRe 75.36 +.74 .33e LbtyASE 3.51 +.12 .75 NvMulSI&G 4.51 +.18 ... SunriseSen 2.30 +.23 1.64 AveryD 28.42 -.06 .30 Coach 25.48 +.63 ... ExcelM 8.86 +.86 2.68 HomeProp 38.82 +3.81 .74 NuvPI 12.10 -.05 +2.79 ... SunstnHtl 6.49 +1.16 ... WatsnPh 30.12 -.07 .28 CocaCE 17.33 +.33 1.90 LibtProp 25.48 +1.75 1.24f Raytheon 46.97 ... AvisBudg h 2.21 +.14 ... ExcoRes 13.36 +1.12 1.21 HonwllIntl 31.52 -.11 1.96 LillyEli 33.81 +.32 .69 NuvPI4 10.74 +.09 ... Suntech 16.55 +1.97 ... 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LloydBkg 7.28 +.78 .27e Och-Ziff 8.86 +.06 1.00 RedwdTr 17.16 .04m Synovus 3.76 +.67 .06 WendyArby 5.11 +.40 1.64e BHP BillLt 51.70 +2.26 ... ColBgp .84 +.08 ... FMC Tech 37.24 +2.32 1.40 HubbelB 34.02 +1.18 2.28 LockhdM 80.34 -1.25 ... OfficeDpt 2.80 +.10 +1.19 .96 Sysco 23.41 -.94 .60m ColonPT 7.46 +.39 ... Humana 28.86 -.06 .72 RegalEnt 13.65 +.72 ... Wesco Intl 26.86 +1.93 1.64e BHPBil plc 45.23 +2.04 1.89f FPL Grp 57.60 +1.55 .25 Loews 27.33 +2.14 ... OfficeMax 8.08 +.73 .27e TAM SA 7.29 +.43 1.16 WAstEMkt 9.31 +.11 .20 BJ Svcs 15.30 +1.02 .20m Comerica 24.35 +3.39 ... FTI Cnslt 50.91 -5.08 .40 Huntsmn 5.89 +.43 ... LongtopFn 27.64 +1.44 3.70e OilSvHT 98.86 +5.59 2.90 RgcyCtrs 37.83 .20m TCF Fncl 15.10 +1.56 ... BJs Whls 33.16 +.10 .48 CmclMtls 16.47 +1.23 .72 FactsetR 53.58 +.13 .06 IAMGld g 8.68 +.57 +3.01 .80 TECO 11.62 +.35 .46a WAstInfSc 11.20 -.15 3.84 Lorillard 62.50 +.40 ... OilStates 19.91 +.58 ... WDigitl lf 24.26 +.87 ... BMC Sft 34.73 +.09 ... ComScop 26.22 +.73 ... 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  • 10. Front Page 10 D/E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net BUSINESS NEWS The Sun/ Tuesday, May 5, 2009 MUTUAL FUNDS 4-wk MarsGrA t 13.95 +.54 +9.2 FF2020 n 10.55 +.28 +7.3 Nuveen Cl A: GlblUtilB 9.66 +.21 +7.1 Windsor n 32.54+1.21+10.2 Name NAV Chg %Rtn Columbia Class B: FF2025 n 8.65 +.24 +7.7 HOW TO READ THE MUTUAL FUND TABLES FLPrefMB 8.72 ... +2.5 Reynolds Funds: WdsrIIAd n 33.88+1.22 +9.0 AIM Funds A: IntlValB t 11.20 +.39 +8.5 FF2030 n 10.22 +.32 +8.3 Here are the 975 biggest mutual funds listed on Nasdaq. Tables Nuveen Cl R: BlChGr p n 35.76+1.67+10.1 Vanguard Fds: 21CentB t 8.64 +.46+11.1 FF2035 n 8.41 +.27 +8.4 Tuesday IntDMBd 8.57 ... +2.2 RiverSource A: AssetA n 18.58 +.49 +6.3 GroAllo p 8.20 +.25 +9.3 show the fund name, sell price or Net Asset Value (NAV) and AIM Investments A: Columbia Class Z: FF2040 n 5.85 +.19 +8.7 daily net change, as well as one total return figure as follows: 4-wk NY MBR 10.01 ... +2.3 DEI 7.13 +.27 +8.5 CapOpp n 23.61 +.68 +9.4 ChartA p 12.51 +.39+10.8 Acorn Z 19.23 +.73+11.5 Income n 9.79 +.10 +3.5 Tues: 4-wk total return (%) Name NAV Chg %Rtn Oak Assoc Fds: DivrBd 4.52 +.01 +2.4 Convrt n 10.52 +.20 +6.7 Const p 16.57 +.30 +4.9 AcornIntZ 25.14+1.03+11.8 Fidelity Invest: AAL Mutual: BlkOkEm n 1.86 +.06+12.0 HiYdTEA 3.98 ... +2.7 DivdGro n 11.09 +.24 +4.8 IntBdZ 7.88 +.01 +3.1 Wed: 12-mo total return (%) Bond p 9.44 +.09 +2.2 EuroGr p 21.07 +.57 +8.4 AllSectEq 9.72 +.36 +9.7 CaGrp 14.52 +.17 +3.9 LivOakHlt n 9.38 +.18 +7.4 Royce Funds: Energy n 49.99+2.23 +9.6 IntTEBd 9.99 ... +1.4 AMgr50 n 11.69 +.27 +7.5 Thu: 3-yr cumulative total return (%) MuBd 10.44 +.09 +3.3 Inco p 4.36 +.01 +2.0 SmCoSt 10.28 +.19 +2.1 PinOkAg n 18.17 +.49+17.6 PennMuI r 7.47 +.25+12.7 EqInc n 15.09 +.52 +6.6 LCpVlZ 8.61 +.36 +8.2 AMgr20 r n 10.76 +.11 +4.3 Fri: 5-yr cumulative total return (%) RedOakT n 5.79 +.18+14.0 SmCEA p 8.08 +.27+10.5 Wednesday PremierI r 13.15 +.36+10.9 Explr n 45.73+1.48+10.4 AIM Investments B: ValRestr 32.86+1.65+13.3 Balanc n 13.84 +.33 +7.0 Name: Name of mutual fund and family. Oakmark Funds I: TotRetI r 8.93 +.30 +9.2 FLLT n 10.86 ... +1.7 ConstB t 15.03 +.28 +4.9 Credit Suisse Comm: BlueChGr n 29.47+1.00 +9.5 NAV: Net asset value. Name 12-mo NAV Chg %Rtn EqtyInc r 22.08 +.41 +6.4 Rydex Advisor: GNMA n 10.66 +.01 +0.4 GlGrB t 15.29 +.38 +5.4 GlbSmCp p 12.82 +.39 +9.7 Canada n 38.90+1.80+12.3 Chg: Net change in price of NAV. AAL Mutual: GlobalI 15.06 +.54+13.8 Hlthcare 10.83 +.20 +3.6 GlobEq n 12.33 +.44 +9.7 LrgCGB t 7.74 +.16 +5.2 LgCapGr 12.63 +.30 +6.9 CapAp n 17.15 +.87+11.3 Total return: Percent change in NAV for the time period Bond p CaGrp 9.44 14.52 +.09 +.17 -3.2 +1.5 Intl I r 12.31 +.48+11.7 Rydex Investor: GroInc n 19.32 +.58 +7.5 AIM Investor Cl: DFA Funds: CapDevO n 7.10 +.26 +7.7 shown, with dividends reinvested. If period longer than 1 year, MuBd 10.44 SmCoSt 10.28 +.09 +.19 -3.0 -8.5 Oakmark r 28.34+1.07+13.8 ElectInv 39.40+2.02+10.1 HYCorp n 4.71 +.01 +7.3 Energy 28.83+1.44+11.2 IntlCorEq n 7.81 +.31+11.6 CpInc r n 6.33 +.07+13.0 Select r 18.19 +.93+13.3 NasdaqInv 9.40 +.20 +8.3 HlthCre n 95.33+1.56 +3.2 USCorEq2 n 7.42 +.30+10.7 return is cumulative. Thursday Tech 20.26 +.39 +7.4 Contra n 46.55+1.45 +6.0 Old Mutual Adv II: SEI Portfolios: InflaPro n 11.84 +.02 -1.2 Utilities 12.54 +.26 +4.2 DWS Invest A: DisEq n 17.27 +.48 +6.8 Data based on NAVs reported to Lipper by 6 p.m. Eastern. 3-yr TS&WSCVZ 13.08 +.42 +8.0 CoreFxA n 9.10 +.02 +3.0 IntlGr n 13.05 +.57+10.4 DrHiRA 24.33+1.25+11.9 Name NAV Chg %Rtn Advance Capital I: DivIntl n 22.09 +.80 +8.7 Footnotes: e – Ex-capital gains distribution. f – Previous day’s Tc&ComZ 11.26 +.25 +7.3 Schwab Funds: IntlVal n 24.01 +.95 +9.7 AAL Mutual: Balanc p 11.98 +.24 +5.7 GlbOppA 23.09 +.82+11.8 DivGth n 18.02 +.87+15.1 Bond p 9.44 +.09 +14.4 Old Westbury Fds: 1000Inv r 26.91 +.90 +8.1 ITIGrade n 8.67 +.02 +3.6 StrGovSecA 8.55 ... +0.6 quote. n - No-load fund. p – Fund assets used to pay distribution Equity p 14.74 +.50+10.6 EmrMk n 15.53 +.84+13.4 CaGrp MuBd 14.52 10.44 +.17 +16.4 +.09 +17.7 GlbSMdCap 10.47 +.28 +7.5 S&P Inv 14.07 +.46 +7.8 ITTsry n 11.65 ... -0.8 Eq Inc n 31.71+1.50+11.1 costs. r – Redemption fee or contingent deferred sales load may SmCoSt 10.28 +.19 NS RetInc 7.46 +.02 +2.9 DWS Invest B: Oppenheimer A: S&P Sel 14.11 +.46 +7.8 LifeCon n 13.51 +.22 +4.6 DreHiRB 24.24+1.25+11.8 EQII n 13.36 +.62+10.1 apply. s – Stock dividend or split. t – Both p and r. x – Ex-cash Friday CapApA p 31.57 +.97 +8.5 S&PInstSl 7.20 +.24 +7.8 Alger Funds B: LifeGro n 16.34 +.49 +7.4 GlbOppB t 21.05 +.75+11.7 Europe 23.16 +.82 +8.4 dividend. NA - No information available. NE - Data in question. DvMktA p 19.89+1.08+16.2 Selected Funds: SmCapGr t 4.10 +.12 +7.3 LifeMod n 15.37 +.35 +5.8 AllianceBern A: DWS Invest C: Export n 15.62 +.52 +7.6 NN - Fund does not wish to be tracked. NS - Fund did not exist Name 5-yr NAV Chg %Rtn GlobA p 40.52+1.41 +7.8 AmShD 29.87+1.35+11.9 LTIGrade n 7.89 +.04 +2.2 GlbOpp t 21.16 +.75+11.7 Fidel n 23.80 +.88 +9.1 IntBdA p 5.79 +.05 +2.3 AmShS p 29.88+1.35+11.8 SmCpGrA 19.31 +.58+10.6 at start Wednesday, October 4, 2006. AAL Mutual: LTTsry n 11.56 +.03 -3.3 DWS Invest S: FltRateHi r n 8.62 +.01 +4.5 Bond p 9.44 +.09 +43.4 MnStFdA 23.46 +.79 +9.5 Seligman Group: Allianz Funds D: EmMkIn 8.93 +.04 +5.1 Source: Lipper, Inc. and The Associated Press CaGrp 14.52 +.17 +59.6 Morg n 12.18 +.32 +7.4 FrInOne n 20.25 +.60 +7.5 MidCapA 10.66 +.28 +5.3 J ComunA t 30.40 +.47 +8.1 MuBd 10.44 +.09 +41.0 RCMWell p 17.04 +.29 +4.5 SmCoSt 10.28 +.19 NS MuInt n 13.14 -.01 +1.6 GNMA S 15.01 ... +0.5 GNMA n 11.31 ... +0.5 StrInA p 3.41 +.02 +4.3 Sentinel Group: Alpine Funds: GlbOpp 23.69 +.85+11.8 GovtInc 10.79 +.01 -0.1 MuLtd n 10.90 ... +0.6 Dyn Bal 8.29 +.25 +7.9 Oppenheimer Roch: ComS A p 22.58 +.69 +8.7 MuShrt n 15.84 -.01 +0.2 GroIncS 11.47 +.36 +7.8 GroCo n 54.22+2.07 +8.1 COMMODITIES MONEY RATES LtdNYA p 3.01 ... +2.8 Sequoia n 101.29 +2.57 +8.0 DynaDiv r 4.71 +.15 +4.7 HlthCare r 18.11 +.30 +2.8 PrecMtls r n 14.21 +.68 +9.6 GroInc n 13.28 +.54 +8.6 RoMu A p 13.24 +.04 +6.0 St FarmAssoc: Amer Beacon Inv: HiYldTx 10.64 +.02 +5.9 HighInc r n 6.88 +.05 +9.7 Yesterday Wk Ago RcNtMuA 5.56 +.01 +7.6 Gwth 41.00+1.19 +4.9 PrmcpCor n 9.70 +.30 +6.8 LgCap Inv 13.24 +.48 +9.9 FUTURES Prmcp r n 47.18+1.29 +6.3 LatAmrEq 34.45+1.85+12.4 Indepn n 15.32 +.83+11.0 Prime Rate 3.25 3.25 PIMCO Admin PIMS: Stratton Funds: Amer Century Inv: Exch Contract Settle Chg Discount Rate SelValu r n 12.56 +.43+10.1 LifeC2020 10.00 +.25 +6.5 InProBd n 10.69 +.02 -1.2 0.50 0.50 TotRtAd 10.22 +.01 +1.8 SmCap 33.75+1.36+10.8 CapVal 4.60 +.16 +7.7 MgdMuni S 8.52 ... +3.1 Lt Sweet Crude NYMX Jun 09 54.47+1.27 Federal Funds Rate STAR n 14.92 +.34 +6.2 EqInc 5.75 +.10 +2.5 IntBd n 9.33 +.01 +2.9 .00-.25 .00-.25 PIMCO Instl PIMS: TCW Funds: Davis Funds A: IntmMu n 9.95 ... +1.3 Corn CBOT Jul 09 405ø-8ü Treasuries AllAsset 10.29 +.10 +3.9 TotRetBdI 9.24 +.02 +2.4 STIGrade n 9.94 +.01 +2.5 GrowthI 17.75 +.51 +7.5 NYVen A 24.85+1.14+11.9 Wheat CBOT Jul 09 551 -19 3-month 0.195 0.135 STFed n 10.88 -.01 +0.5 HiYldMu 7.67 ... +2.1 IntlDisc n 23.75 +.84 +8.8 ComodRR 6.66 +.10 +3.1 TIAA-CREF Funds: Davis Funds C & Y: InvGrBd 10.69 +.02 +2.2 Soybeans CBOT Jul 09 1103ø+12ø 6-month 0.33 0.305 DivInc 8.92 +.02 +4.9 BondInst 9.83 +.01 +1.1 STTsry n 10.81 ... +0.1 LifeSci 4.28 +.08 +1.9 NYVenY 25.11+1.15+11.9 Cattle CME Jun 09 81.87-.23 5-year 2.02 1.84 StratEq n 12.19 +.46+11.0 TxFBnd 10.64 -.01 +1.5 InvGB n 6.47 +.01 +2.5 EmMkBd 8.95 +.04 +4.2 Templeton Instit: NYVen C 24.01+1.10+11.8 LgCapVal n 9.62 +.38 +7.7 Pork Bellies CME Jul 09 78.80+.68 10-year 3.15 2.92 FrgnBd 9.19 ... +2.8 ForEqS 15.06 +.55+10.0 TgtRetInc n 9.68 +.12 +2.9 Tech 14.31 +.30 +7.0 Delafield n 17.67 +.73 +20.7 30-year 4.06 3.84 TgRe2010 n 18.05 +.35 +4.9 Ultra 15.53 +.44 +6.5 LatAm n 35.58+1.68+12.7 Sugar (world) NYBT Jul 09 15.02-.03 HiYld 7.06 +.03 +7.6 Third Avenue Fds: Delaware Invest A: LevCoStk n 17.04 +.96+21.4 Orange Juice NYBT Jul 09 89.20+4.95 InvGrCp 9.92 +.02 +3.8 Value 36.91+1.94+14.6 TgtRe2025 n 9.52 +.26 +7.0 American Funds A: Diver Inc p 8.14 +.03 +4.3 SPOT TgtRe2015 n 9.80 +.22 +5.8 LowP r n 25.06 +.69+10.6 LowDu 9.51 +.01 +2.5 Thompson Plumb: AmcpA p 13.47 +.43+10.6 CorPlsBd 7.06 +.01 +3.3 Growth 21.99 +.70 +9.2 TgRe2020 n 17.01 +.42 +6.4 Magelln n 53.31+2.47+10.6 Yesterday Wk Ago RealRet 9.79 +.02 -2.1 AMutlA p 19.20 +.46 +6.0 Dimensional Fds: TgRe2030 n 15.99 +.48 +7.6 MA Mun n 11.39 ... +1.6 Gold (troy oz., spot) $901.60 $907.40 RealRtnI 9.90 +.02 +0.2 Thornburg Fds: BalA p 13.98 +.34 +6.1 EmMktV 21.24+1.29+17.2 NYMX = New York Mercantile Exchange. CBOT = IntValA p 19.55 +.62 +9.0 TgtRe2035 n 9.53 +.31 +8.0 MegaCpStk n7.06 +.28 +9.6 Silver (troy oz., spot) $13.093 $12.950 ShortT 9.50 ... +1.4 BondA p 10.80 +.02 +3.0 IntSmVa n 11.59 +.41+12.2 Chicago Board of Trade. CME = Chicago Mercantile IntValue I 19.99 +.63 +9.0 TgtRe2045 n 9.86 +.32 +8.1 MCpGr r n 7.59 +.29 +9.4 Exchange. NYBT = New York Board of Trade Copper (pound) $2.1450 $2.0040 TotRt 10.22 +.01 +1.8 CapWA p 18.37 +.09 +2.1 USLgCo n 26.76 +.87 +7.8 USGro n 13.22 +.41 +7.1 MidCap n 17.55 +.77+10.8 TR II 9.88 +.03 +2.5 Thrivent Fds A: CapIBA p 40.78 +.95 +5.4 USLgVa n 13.63 +.70+13.7 Incom 7.08 +.02 +4.7 Wellsly n 17.80 +.19 +3.5 MuniInc n 12.04 ... +2.0 TRIII 8.91 +.03 +2.4 CapWGA p 27.07+1.02 +8.3 US Micro n 8.46 +.29+12.2 MidCpGr 11.45 +.46+12.4 Welltn n 24.55 +.56 +5.8 NwMill n 19.33 +.86+11.3 PIMCO Funds A: EupacA p 29.80+1.16 +8.8 US SmVa 15.28 +.65+13.6 Frank/Temp Frnk C: Ivy Funds: StrInc C 11.20 +.08 +7.5 Wndsr n 9.64 +.36+10.2 OTC n 35.00+1.26+12.6 RealRtA p 9.90 +.02 +0.2 Turner Funds: FdInvA p 26.56 +.93 +8.3 IntlSmCo n 10.79 +.35+11.0 100Index 6.54 +.19 +6.5 FoundAl p 7.95 +.18 +8.8 AssetSC t 18.83 +.42 +2.5 LSBondR 10.88 +.08 +7.0 SmlCpGr n 20.69 +.76+10.7 WndsII n 19.08 +.68 +9.0 TotRtA 10.22 +.01 +1.8 GovtA p 14.07 ... -0.1 Fixd n 10.28 ... +0.4 Ovrsea n 25.24 +.90+10.0 IncomC t 1.70 +.02 +8.4 AssetStA p 19.26 +.44 +2.7 StrIncA 11.15 +.08 +7.6 Tweedy Browne: Vanguard Idx Fds: PIMCO Funds C: GwthA p 22.37 +.69 +7.9 IntVa n 13.15 +.57+12.4 Puritn n 13.55 +.29 +5.9 Frank/Temp Mtl A&B: JPMorgan Select: Loomis Sayles Inv: GlobVal 16.00 +.35 +7.8 500 n 83.64+2.74 +7.8 TotRtC t 10.22 +.01 +1.7 HI TrA p 8.51 +.04 +8.7 Glb5FxInc n 11.04 ... +0.8 StIntMu n 10.50 ... +0.6 DiscA 23.12 +.25 +3.5 HBSMkNe p 16.02 -.03 +0.3 InvGrBdA p 10.11 +.05 +5.5 UMB Scout Funds: Balanced n 16.88 +.37 +5.5 PIMCO Funds D: IncoA p 12.81 +.26 +5.2 2YGlFxd n 10.26 ... +0.4 STBF n 8.00 ... +1.1 SharesA 15.74 +.38 +9.5 JPMorgan Sel Cls: InvGrBdC p 10.05 +.05 +5.5 TRtn p 10.22 +.01 +1.8 Intl 22.28 +.85 +8.2 DevMkt n 7.44 +.28 +9.3 IntBdA p 12.79 ... +1.0 Dodge&Cox: SmllCpS r n 11.60 +.65+14.5 Frank/Temp Mtl C: CoreBd n 10.76 +.02 +0.8 InvGrBdY 10.12 +.06 +5.7 Perm Port Funds: USAA Group: EMkt n 18.62+1.14+14.4 ICAA p 21.24 +.54 +6.5 Balanced 52.67+1.53+10.7 StratInc n 9.30 +.05 +5.7 DiscC t 22.92 +.25 +3.5 HiYldBd n 6.40 +.02 +8.1 Lord Abbett A: Permannt 33.78 +.84 +4.7 BalStra 9.36 +.17 +7.5 Europe n 20.22 +.77+10.3 NEcoA p 17.87 +.65+11.2 Income 12.06 +.02 +3.9 StrReRt r 7.30 +.11 +5.3 Frank/Temp Temp A: IntmTFBd n 10.74 -.01 +1.4 AffilA p 8.45 +.44+10.5 Pioneer Funds A: Gr&Inc 10.53 +.41 +9.3 Extend n 26.02+1.08+12.0 N PerA p 19.99 +.71 +8.0 IntlStk 23.87+1.24+13.5 TaxMgd n 9.06 +.24 +7.3 ForgnA p 4.93 +.16+11.3 ShtDurBd n 10.71 ... +0.8 BdDebA p 6.26 +.03 +6.3 PionFdA p 28.99 +.77 +7.1 HYldOpp 5.99 +.04 +8.9 Growth n 21.77 +.54 +7.1 NwWrldA 35.36+1.34 +8.8 Stock 75.89+3.05+13.0 TotalBd n 9.54 +.02 +3.2 GlBd A p 11.77 +.14 +4.1 USLCCrPls n 14.27 +.51 +7.5 Inco 11.11 +.02 +3.0 MFS Funds A: Price Funds: ITBnd n 10.28 +.02 +1.4 STBA p 9.93 ... +0.6 Dreyfus: USBI n 10.77 +.01 +1.1 GrwthA p 13.09 +.35 +8.7 Janus : MITA 14.09 +.47 +7.0 Balance n 14.76 +.38 +7.1 SciTech 8.27 +.17 +7.3 WorldA p 10.97 +.30 +7.7 Balanced 20.98 +.33 +4.6 LgCapIx n 16.65 +.55 +7.9 SmCpA p 23.16 +.83+11.8 Aprec 27.27 +.72 +4.6 ValueDisc n 10.51 +.49+11.6 MIGA 10.58 +.26 +8.1 BlChip n 25.92 +.82 +7.8 TxFIn 8.99 ... +2.7 TxExA p 11.43 ... +2.3 Contrarian 10.41 +.55+15.9 LTBnd n 10.90 +.04 +0.3 Dr500In t 25.55 +.83 +7.8 Value n 44.46+2.46+18.0 Frank/Temp Tmp Adv: TotRA 11.47 +.22 +5.3 CapApp n 15.26 +.33 +8.8 TxEIt 12.13 +.02 +2.6 MidCap n 12.88 +.53+11.2 WshA p 20.58 +.63 +6.3 MunBd r 10.63 ... +2.3 GrthAv 13.10 +.35 +8.8 Enterpr 37.57+1.43+12.8 ValueA 17.29 +.53 +7.3 CorpInc n 8.24 +.02 +4.6 TxELT 11.89 +.01 +3.1 Fidelity Selects: Fund 20.83 +.58 +7.3 Pacific n 8.07 +.27 +7.0 American Funds B: NY Tax r 14.01 +.01 +1.8 Electr n 29.49+1.38+11.4 Frank/Temp Tmp B&C: MFS Funds B: EmMktS n 20.58+1.14+16.7 VALIC : REIT r n 11.04 +.88+17.9 BalB t 13.93 +.35 +6.0 ST IncD 9.89 +.01 +2.9 Enrgy n 36.28+2.13+14.6 GlBdC p 11.79 +.14 +4.1 GlbOpp 9.44 +.33+13.9 MA ITB 13.76 +.46 +6.9 EqInc n 17.12 +.74+11.5 StkIdx 18.72 +.60 +8.1 CapIBB t 40.77 +.94 +5.3 GrInc 23.21 +.74 +8.5 SmCap n 21.77 +.89+13.7 SmCoVal 17.25 +.62+15.8 Gold r n 32.73+1.61 +1.5 GE Elfun S&S: MainStay Funds A: EqIndex n 24.43 +.80 +7.9 Value Line Fd: SmlCpGth n 13.16 +.45+13.0 CpWGrB t 26.92+1.02 +8.2 Eaton Vance Cl A: Leisr n 56.63+1.91 +5.4 S&S Inc 10.34 +.01 +1.0 HiYld 7.34 +.01 +7.5 FinSvcs n 10.05 +.58+12.2 PreGro n 17.84 +.60 +9.4 HiYldBA 4.76 ... +7.3 SmlCpVl n 10.50 +.51+14.6 GrwthB t 21.65 +.67 +7.9 LgCpVal 13.79 +.52 +6.1 MedDl n 30.34 +.63+14.3 S&S PM 30.35 +.99 +8.9 Orion 7.58 +.33+14.3 GlbTech 5.52 +.17+11.7 Van Kamp Funds A: IncoB t 12.72 +.27 +5.2 TaxEx 11.27 ... +1.7 Ovrseas r 31.98+1.91+14.2 Mairs & Power: STBnd n 10.28 ... +0.9 NatlMun 8.57 ... +4.8 NtGas n 26.67+1.91+17.1 Growth 53.78+2.40+12.1 Growth n 21.68 +.57 +7.4 CapGro 8.66 +.42+14.1 TotBnd n 10.10 +.01 +0.9 ICAB t 21.14 +.53 +6.4 DivBldrA 8.00 +.27 +4.0 NatRes r n 22.78+1.38+14.5 GE Funds A: PrkMCVInv 16.39 +.55 +9.6 HiYield n 5.25 +.02 +8.8 CmstA p 10.94 +.42 +9.6 Artio Global Funds: PrmGrA p 15.88 +.48 +8.6 Research 19.39 +.62+10.5 Managers Funds: TotlIntl n 11.16 +.46+10.2 Eaton Vance Cl B: Wireless n 5.96 +.25+12.0 Bond n 20.21 +.15 +6.2 IntEqIdx r n 8.76 +.33 +9.2 EqIncA p 6.50 +.17 +5.7 TotStk n 22.24 +.75 +8.5 IntlEqI r 23.74 +.78 +8.6 TMS B 9.45 +.34 +9.9 Fidelity Spartan: GMO Trust III: RskMgSk 9.43 +.28 +7.0 IntlBond n 8.97 +.07 +1.7 GrInA p 13.84 +.52 +7.2 IntlEqA 23.20 +.76 +8.6 EmMk r 8.96 +.46+14.1 Twenty 49.51+1.34 +6.9 Marsico Funds: Value n 15.41 +.64 +8.8 Evergreen A: EqIdxInv n 32.11+1.04 +7.8 Focus p 12.34 +.52 +9.4 Intl G&I 9.62 +.38+10.2 HYMuA p 8.06 +.01 +2.8 Vanguard Instl Fds: IntEqII I r 9.63 +.33 +8.4 AstAll p 9.41 ... NA 500InxInv r n 62.97+2.06 +7.8 For 9.32 ... NA Ventur 32.60 +.79+11.5 IntlStk n 9.26 +.39+11.0 US MtgeA 12.47 ... +0.2 Artisan Funds: USQltyEq 15.74 +.20 +1.6 WrldW r 31.49+1.20 +8.3 21stCnt p 9.55 +.51+11.3 BalInst n 16.88 +.36 +5.5 Evergreen B: IntlInxInv n 26.25 +.90 +8.9 MediaTl n 29.74 +.83+11.1 Van Kamp Funds B: Intl 15.77 +.63 +8.8 OmegB t 20.99 +.46 +5.8 GMO Trust IV: Janus Adv S Shrs: Master Select: DvMktInst n 7.37 +.26 +9.2 TotMktInv n 25.64 +.87 +8.4 Intl 10.35 +.43+11.8 MidCap n 37.58+1.28 +9.7 AmVlB t 15.84 +.55+10.4 EuroInst n 20.22 +.76+10.2 MidCap 20.63 +.76+11.2 Evergreen C: Fidelity Spart Adv: IntlIntrVl 17.09 +.54 +7.9 Forty 25.26 +.68 +8.1 MCapVal n 16.11 +.66+13.9 Vanguard Admiral: MidCapVal 14.56 +.48+12.8 AstAllC t 9.12 ... 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NA Fidelity Advisor B: SmlCoB t n 11.18 +.35 +8.5 AmLdTrC p 11.37 +.48+13.2 SharesZ 15.86 +.38 +9.5 CoreInvA 4.08 +.15 +8.2 IncomA p 1.69 +.03 +9.1 ValTrC p 27.66+1.12+12.0 LT2020In 8.58 +.23 +7.7 STsyAdml n 10.81 ... +0.1 CGM Funds: EqGrB n 33.04+1.21 +8.8 InsTFA p 11.41 ... +2.2 Hartford Fds C: Needham Funds: SAMGrA p 9.97 +.29 +7.1 STBdAdml n 10.28 ... +0.9 Wells Fargo Adv : Focus n 25.79+1.31 +9.6 IntCApB t n 6.71 +.35+14.3 CapApC t 21.52 +.83+11.9 Legg Mason Ptrs A: Growth p 22.51 +.57+10.6 ShtTrAd n 15.84 -.01 +0.2 GrwthInv 19.11 +.59 +8.3 NYTFA p 11.24 +.01 +2.0 AgGrA p 72.02+2.56+10.8 Putnam Funds A: Calamos Funds: IntmBdB n 9.72 +.02 +2.8 SMCpGrA 23.13 +.69+10.2 Hartford HLS IA : Neuberger&Berm Inv: EqInA p 10.97 +.36 +7.3 STIGrAd n 9.94 +.01 +2.5 Wells Fargo C: GrwthA p 34.46+1.19+10.8 LgeCpB p n 11.45 +.58+13.9 CapApp 28.38+1.18+12.9 ApprA p 10.48 +.30 +6.3 GenesInst 30.72+1.00 +8.6 LgCoGroC p 34.87 +.97 +8.0 StratInc p 8.84 +.04 +4.7 MgMuA p 14.80 -.01 +4.1 GrInA p 9.63 +.36 +9.8 TxMCap r n 44.40+1.50 +8.1 Calvert Group: Fidelity Advisor I: TtlRtnA p 8.95 +.02 +3.0 Div&Gr 14.50 +.50 +7.9 SmCpGrIn 12.32 +.38 +9.0 SmCVA p 6.34 +.24+15.1 TtlBAdml n 10.10 +.01 +0.9 Wells Fargo Admin: Inco p 13.83 +.05 +2.1 NwInsgtI n 13.92 +.43 +5.9 USGovA p 6.64 +.01 +0.2 Advisers 14.71 +.42 +7.9 Longleaf Partners: TStkAdm n 22.24 +.75 +8.5 DJTg2010Ad 11.13 +.14 +3.7 Clipper 42.78 +1.93 +12.6 Partners 19.32 +.78+13.9 Neuberger&Berm Tr: VoyA p 14.72 +.52+13.9 Fidelity Freedom: Frank/Tmp Frnk Adv: TotRetBd 9.89 +.02 +2.8 Genesis 31.98+1.04 +8.5 Putnam Funds B: WellslAdm n 43.12 +.45 +3.5 Western Asset: Columbia Class A: FF2010 n 10.83 +.24 +6.2 HodgesFd 14.73 +.95 +17.6 Loomis Sayles: GlbBdAdv p ... ... +4.1 Northeast Investors: IntlNop t 10.17 +.34 +6.8 WelltnAdm n 42.40 +.97 +5.8 CorePlus 8.90 +.04 +5.4 Acorn t 18.68 +.70+11.5 FF2015 n 8.96 +.20 +6.4 HussmnStrGr 13.19-.06 +0.3 LSBondI 10.92 +.08 +7.1 IncmeAd 1.68 +.03 +8.5 Growth 12.35 +.42 +6.9 Core 9.04 +.02 +5.6 21CntryA t 9.15 +.49+11.0 NASDAQ NATIONAL MARKET Div Name Last Chg ... 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  • 12. Front Page 12 D/E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net WEATHER The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 TODAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY THE NATION -10s -0s 0s 10s 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 100s 110s Five-day forecast Seattle 56/48 provided by WINK-TV Partly cloudy and Partly cloudy and Partly cloudy and Partly cloudy and Partly cloudy and warm warm warm warm warm channel 11/cable Billings 66/43 channel 5. Tune in 90° / 67° 90° / 68° 90° / 69° 90° / 69° 90° / 69° Minneapolis 70/53 New York Detroit 58/49 Jim Farrell at 6 and 11 p.m. 20% chance of rain 10% chance of rain 10% chance of rain 10% chance of rain 10% chance of rain 66/47 Chicago San Francisco 70/52 CONDITIONS TODAY AIRPORT Clearwater Plant City 66/55 Denver 72/46 Kansas City Washington UV Index and RealFeel Temperature® Today Possible weather-related delays today. Check 87/70 72/53 65/55 90/67 Winter Haven with your airline for the most updated schedules. 89/69 Los Angeles 10 10 Hi/Lo Outlook Delays Tampa Brandon 78/60 Atlanta 6 6 Ft. Myers 90/68 part cldy none 88/69 89/67 El Paso 80/61 96/71 Sarasota 84/68 part cldy none Bartow 1 1 88/67 SUN AND MOON Shown are noon posi- Houston 71 83 94 93 89 83 St. Petersburg 88/71 8 a.m. 10 a.m. Noon 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. The Sun Rise Set 88/70 Apollo Beach tions of weather systems Miami 86/70 Ft. Meade 84/72 The higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index™ number, Today 6:47 a.m. 8:04 p.m. 88/65 and precipitation. Temperature the greater the need for eye and skin protection. 0-2 Low; Wednesday 6:46 a.m. 8:04 p.m. bands are highs for the day. 3-5 Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10 Very High; 11+ Extreme. The Moon Rise Set Fronts Precipitation RealFeel Temperature is the exclusive AccuWeather.com composite of effective temperature Today 5:03 p.m. 4:18 a.m. based on eight weather factors. Wednesday 6:01 p.m. 4:51 a.m. Wauchula Cold Warm Stationary Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Full Last New First Bradenton 88/64 AIR QUALITY INDEX 82/70 Today Wed. Today Wed. Air Quality Index readings as of Monday Myakka City City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W Longboat Key Limestone Albuquerque 85 56 pc 88 58 s Jackson, MS 85 67 pc 84 67 t 51 80/70 89/65 90/62 Anchorage 59 41 pc 54 39 r Kansas City 72 53 pc 75 58 pc 0 50 100 150 200 300 500 May 9 May 17 May 24 May 30 Sarasota Atlanta 80 61 t 79 63 t Knoxville 77 58 pc 76 61 t 84/68 Baltimore 62 52 c 68 56 t Las Vegas 94 67 pc 97 73 s 0-50 Good; 51-100 Moderate; 101-150 Unhealthy for sensitive groups; 151-200 Unhealthy; 201-300 SOLUNAR TABLE Osprey Arcadia Billings 66 43 c 65 44 t Los Angeles 78 60 pc 80 60 pc Very Unhealthy; 301-500 Hazardous Minor Major Minor Major Birmingham 80 64 pc 81 62 t Louisville 74 57 s 72 58 t 82/70 90/62 Boise 65 48 pc 68 45 t Memphis 74 64 pc 77 66 t Main pollutant: particulates Today 3:15a 9:26a 3:37p 9:48p Wed. 3:54a 10:05a 4:17p 10:28p Venice Boston 51 48 r 67 53 r Milwaukee 66 47 pc 64 48 r Source: scgov.net 85/68 North Port Hull Buffalo 59 42 c 67 48 pc Minneapolis 70 53 t 73 52 pc Thu. 4:35a 10:47a 4:59p 11:11p Shown is today’s weather. 90/63 Temperatures are today’s 89/64 Burlington, VT 60 41 r 63 44 pc Montgomery 83 66 pc 85 64 t POLLEN INDEX The solunar period schedule allows planning highs and tonight’s lows. Charleston, WV 74 49 pc 73 57 t Nashville 76 56 s 75 58 t Pollen Index readings as of Monday days so you will be fishing in good territory or Port Charlotte hunting in good cover during those times. Major 90/67 Charlotte 77 60 c 78 60 t New Orleans 86 72 pc 87 71 pc Trees 15 periods begin at the times shown and last for Englewood Chicago 70 52 pc 66 49 r New York City 58 49 r 68 54 pc Grass 4 1.5 to 2 hours. The minor periods are shorter. 87/66 Cincinnati 72 51 pc 69 54 t Norfolk, VA 74 63 t 74 66 t Weeds 20 Gulf Water Punta Gorda Cleveland 62 41 pc 66 50 t Oklahoma City 73 60 t 85 63 pc Molds 2611 TIDES Temperature Placida 90/65 Columbia, SC 82 64 t 85 66 t Omaha 74 53 t 79 52 pc absent low moderate high very high 90/65 Columbus, OH 70 49 pc 69 53 t Philadelphia 60 52 r 68 56 pc High Low High Low Source: National Allergy Bureau Punta Gorda 78° Boca Grande Concord, NH Dallas 52 43 r 82 69 pc 69 45 pc Phoenix 85 71 t Pittsburgh 100 72 s 102 75 s 66 47 pc 70 54 t Today 1:23a 7:26a 1:26p 8:33p 81/71 Denver 72 46 c 78 48 pc Portland, ME 52 41 r 64 44 r ALMANAC Wed. 2:33a 7:54a 1:46p 9:18p Forecasts and graphics, except for the Fort Myers Des Moines 72 54 t 76 54 r Portland, OR 60 51 sh 60 47 r Punta Gorda through 5 p.m. Monday Englewood Detroit 66 47 pc 67 49 t Providence 54 47 r 65 53 r WINK-TV 5-day forecast, provided by 90/68 Temperatures Today 12:00a 5:42a 12:03p 6:49p AccuWeather, Inc. ©2009 Duluth 60 43 sh 66 44 pc Raleigh 73 58 t 78 60 t High/Low 89°/62° Wed. 1:10a 6:10a 12:23p 7:34p Cape Coral Lehigh Acres Fairbanks 52 36 c 51 34 sh Salt Lake City 71 51 t 76 51 pc Normal High/Low 87°/64° Boca Grande 89/66 89/68 Fargo 68 44 sh 71 44 pc St. Louis 74 57 pc 73 61 pc Record High 94° (1986) Today 11:08a 4:03a --- 5:10p Hartford 54 49 r 74 53 pc San Antonio 88 74 pc 95 74 pc Record Low 55° (1981) Wed. 12:15a 4:31a 11:28a 5:55p MARINE Helena 62 41 c 61 40 t San Diego 70 60 pc 69 60 pc Precipitation (in inches) Wind Speed Seas Bay/Inland Sanibel Honolulu 85 72 s 85 72 s San Francisco 66 55 pc 64 51 pc El Jobean Houston 88 71 s 88 72 pc Seattle 56 48 sh 58 45 r 24 hours through 5 p.m. Monday 0.00” direction in knots in feet chop 81/72 Today 1:55a 7:55a 1:58p 9:02p Indianapolis 72 52 s 68 53 t Washington, DC 65 55 c 67 58 t Month to date 0.04” Wed. 3:05a 8:23a 2:18p 9:47p Cape Sable to Tarpon Springs Bonita Springs Normal month to date 0.20” SE 6-12 1-2 Light 88/68 Venice WORLD CITIES Year to date 2.44” Tarpon Springs to Apalachicola Normal year to date 9.16” Today 10:18a 4:21a 11:25p 5:28p Wed. 10:38a 4:49a --- 6:13p SSW 4-8 1-3 Light Today Wed. Today Wed. Record 0.90” (1997) City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W Amsterdam 54 46 r 57 45 c Mexico City 86 55 s 86 55 s MONTHLY RAINFALL FLORIDA CITIES Baghdad 100 68 pc 93 60 pc Montreal 64 46 pc 61 46 pc Month 2009 2008 Avg. Record/Year Today Wed. Today Wed. Today Wed. Beijing 87 57 s 89 64 pc Ottawa 60 43 pc 68 47 pc Jan. 0.68 1.61 2.21 7.07/1979 City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W Berlin 55 43 r 61 47 r Paris 61 45 pc 64 41 pc Feb. 0.44 1.72 2.32 11.05/1983 Apalachicola 82 68 t 82 66 pc Key West 84 74 pc 84 75 s Pompano Beach 84 73 s 84 72 pc Buenos Aires 63 50 pc 66 54 pc Regina 68 42 c 66 39 pc Mar. 0.64 3.04 2.73 9.26/1970 Apr. 0.64 3.98 1.70 5.80/1994 Bradenton 82 70 pc 82 71 s Kissimmee 90 67 s 89 67 s St. Augustine 84 68 pc 85 67 pc Cairo 84 62 s 82 64 s Rio de Janeiro 82 70 s 81 67 s May 0.04 1.22 3.15 9.45/1991 Clearwater 87 70 pc 87 70 s Lakeland 91 67 s 91 67 s St. Petersburg 88 70 pc 88 70 s Calgary 62 41 c 58 39 pc Rome 72 52 sh 72 50 pc Jun. 6.60 8.45 23.99/1974 Coral Springs 84 71 s 84 71 pc Melbourne 84 66 s 84 66 pc Sanford 90 68 s 90 69 pc Cancun 88 75 pc 90 75 pc St. John’s 47 32 s 51 43 r Jul. 12.38 7.78 14.22/1995 Daytona Beach 88 67 s 86 66 pc Miami 84 72 s 86 72 pc Sarasota 84 68 pc 85 68 s Dublin 57 45 r 57 43 sh San Juan 84 73 sh 82 72 t Aug. 8.53 7.82 15.60/1995 Fort Lauderdale 84 71 s 85 73 pc Naples 87 68 pc 86 68 s Tallahassee 88 65 t 87 63 pc Edmonton 64 36 pc 64 36 c Sydney 68 57 sh 68 57 s Sep. 3.95 6.75 14.03/1979 Fort Myers 90 68 pc 89 68 s Ocala 89 64 pc 89 64 pc Tampa 88 69 pc 88 70 s Halifax 56 49 c 60 47 sh Tokyo 65 60 c 67 62 c Oct. 0.92 3.12 10.88/1995 Fort Pierce 86 66 s 86 65 pc Okeechobee 88 66 s 86 65 s Titusville 85 67 s 85 69 pc Kiev 68 50 pc 62 49 pc Toronto 60 40 pc 65 49 pc Nov. 0.30 1.88 5.53/2002 Gainesville 86 65 pc 88 64 pc Orlando 90 67 s 90 67 s Vero Beach 86 67 s 85 67 pc London 64 48 pc 68 46 pc Vancouver 57 49 r 58 47 r Dec. 1.38 1.77 6.83/2002 Year 2.44 45.63 49.68 (since 1931) Jacksonville 86 64 t 87 65 t Panama City 82 71 t 82 69 pc West Palm Beach 84 71 s 85 71 pc Madrid 77 48 pc 81 50 pc Winnipeg 62 45 c 64 46 c Totals are from a 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. Key Largo 82 74 pc 81 71 s Pensacola 84 70 t 81 68 pc Winter Haven 89 69 s 90 69 s Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice. happening now at a IN N Stop by the Ladies’ Caribbean Joe department and o Register for a chance to Win a Caribbean Cruise! ls 4 lA N SS No purchase necessary. 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  • 13. CHARLOTTE OUR TOWN .y . Tuesday, May 5, 2009 Suspected Coke machine burglar arrested www.sunnewspapers.net PAGE 7 Charlotte Sun editor: Christy Arnold Judge could face reprimand capasso@sun-herald.com LANG CAPASSO Peter A. Bell awaits decision from Florida Supreme Court By NEIL HUGHES Let’s do our part domestic well-acquainted with the that Bell’s decision was STAFF WRITER violence. Bell, in judge. “misguided,” but not “ill reviewing the “Judge Bell admits that his intentioned.” It has recom- to keep them A state investigation has recommended that Charlotte case, determined that the victim, actions have had the appear- ance of unfairness, thus mended a public reprimand, though any actual punish- County Judge Peter A. Bell be coming back publicly reprimanded for violating the Code of Judicial the defendant’s ex-wife, should eroding the confidence of the public in the impartiality and ment must be handed down by the Supreme Court. O K, Englewood, we seem Conduct. also be placed in integrity of the court system,” When reached Monday, Bell to have our little town According to documents BELL custody for a Judicial Qualifications declined to comment. back. The snowbirds filed recently with the Florida domestic abuse. Commission document filed In 2006, a Charlotte County have made their rounds saying Supreme Court by the Judicial Bell’s decision was done with the Supreme Court judge was scolded by the goodbye to all and have packed Qualifications Commission, without recommendation states. “He acknowledges that Florida Supreme Court. The their cars and headed back to Bell had a domestic abuse from the Charlotte County he failed to properly appre- public reprimand required their homes, wherever that victim wrongfully incarcer- Sheriff’s Office, which ciate that the implementation the judge to stand alone, might be. The “spring breakers” ated overnight in a trial he arrested only the defendant. of his duties as judge, as he facing the seven-member have headed back to school or presided over in March 2008. Bell and the defendant understood them, may have high court, as his conduct taken the little ones away so In the case, a man was knew each other profession- been flawed.” was criticized. they can get back to school and arrested and charged with ally, and the victim was also The commission concluded E-mail: nhughes@sun-herald.com their daily grind somewhere far from our fine beaches and sunshine. Are we all really happier when we have the roads back, Suspected or can go into a restaurant without waiting, or not have to stand in line at the grocery Kmart store? Frankly, I doubt it. We are a gregarious people that like and enjoy contact with our carjacker fellow man. There is something uniquely exciting about seeing people arrested walking up and down By PAMELA STAIK Dearborn Street or seeing a STAFF WRITER restaurant full of happy people PORT CHARLOTTE — Carol talking about the day’s events Huban has always considered and making plans for herself to be a cautious person. tomorrow. T +? Doors to her For some reason this year, home and car are more than others, the lines of always locked, her traffic did not bother me. purse is always Maybe that’s because I under- kept close to her stand that these cars and body, and she has people represented an influx of been known to cash into our sagging economy. conduct Internet They say that Florida is searches for tips MUMBY losing ground to other states in on what she the battle for tourism. should do if she is ever They say that the western attacked or abducted. states are filling a need that But on Friday night, the Florida can no longer fill. 64-year-old North Port resident If that’s true, then we need to was caught off guard when a do everything we can to make 42-year-old man carjacked her sure that our beaches and Toyota Rav4 while she sat in sunshine are what people still the passenger seat. want to see and visit. As Huban explained, she and The first thing, and most r I her 67-year-old husband, Jerry, obvious, is to make sure we all had just finished grocery do our part and let them know shopping at Sam’s Club. we are indeed glad they are Because Sam’s didn’t carry the back. type of laundry detergent We need to be the first to say needed for their front-loading “hi,” and not wait for them to washing machine, the couple speak to us. made a last-minute stop at And it wouldn’t hurt to Kmart, 19400 Cochran Blvd. engage them in conversation While her husband ran into and learn a little more about the store, Huban waited in the them and where they are from SUV, which was left running either. with the doors locked. Next, I would like to see After a few minutes, Dearborn Street have store boredom set in and she owners and employees act as reached in her purse for some “ambassadors” and start chewing gum. walking the street offering help However, she couldn’t figure to tourists by answering out the inside lighting system questions and just making to the vehicle, as the couple them feel right at home. had only owned the SUV for How many times do you see two days. After giving up on tourists standing on a corner the buttons, Huban unlocked holding a map and looking the car so she could crack open perplexed? Let’s help them out her door for some light. with a smiley face and some As she rooted through her directions. purse, she noticed someone Who knows, you might direct getting into the car. She them to your store. thought it was Jerry. It works. If you don’t believe But when she turned to the that, take a look at downtown driver’s seat, Huban came face- Venice where merchants there to-face with a man later do this quite successfully. identified as Errol John Another thing: Do not give Mumby. tickets for parking at the beach After trying to jump out of at least for the first offender. SUN PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS the car, Mumby grabbed her ‘Celebrate good times’ Give out warnings to inform arm and pulled her into the the people of our rules and passenger seat. regulations here. The way the In a gruff voice, Mumby told signs and parking pass Huban he had a weapon, and Getting wild and crazy, seniors Andre Barksdale and Janet Bridges were having a ball at Charlotte dispensers are erected, no one High School’s prom Saturday evening. For more pictures, see page 12. can see them. A warning for CARJACKER | P6 the first time will go a long way toward making a beach visit a good thing and not a cause for anger and frustration. FEMA announces last Charley cleanup payment Lastly, I would like to see the STAFF REPORT years after the storm hit in In March alone, the county critical,” County Administrator adage “people are here, so I 2004. received $3.2 million. Roger Baltz said in the press don’t need to advertise and With its final $3.4 million check to Charlotte County, the The money trickled in over According to a county press release. “I am very pleased promote” changed to “people the years as the county release, 455,000 tons of storm with all of our County staff Federal Emergency are here, now is the time to completed what is known as debris were removed after the who have worked hard to Management Agency has advertise and promote.” the closeout process, reim- hurricane at a cost of $58.5 insure that we have met the closed out its reimbursement If my antenna is correct, this bursing the county for costs it million. The county’s total requirements for these funds. process for debris cleanup was a very busy season and I incurred out of pocket. As the incurred costs, after FEMA We also want to credit and from Hurricane Charley. for one would like to keep it The final payment, receipts for the catastrophe reimbursement, is $3.3 million. thank the FEMA representa- that way by making sure our announced by the county were tallied, FEMA sent money “These payments to tives who assisted in this visitors do come back instead Monday, came nearly five Charlotte County’s way. Charlotte County have been process.” of looking out west for next year’s getaway. INDEX| Calendar 2 | Pride and Joy 2 | Obituaries 4 | Police Beat 7 | Crossword Puzzle 9 | Viewpoint 10 | Opinion 11 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • 14. Our Town Page 2 C www.sunnewspapers.net LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 All phone number area codes corner of Northbound U.S. 41 are 941 unless otherwise indicated. Welcome to your community calendar i, 1 and Charlotte St., Punta Gorda. $2 cover charge; open to the If you would like to see your event listed on this page, public. 575-1384. ■ TODAY we can make it happen. ■ SERVICES/ ■ GOVERNMENT Contact me, Tracy Weikel, your community liaison. SUPPORT GROUPS e-mail: calendar@sun-herald.com Burnt Store Presbyterian Charlotte County County Commissioners MSBU phone: 941-206-1180 fax: 941-629-2085 t Church Angel Food program order dates, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Workshop, 10 a.m. at County Tracy Weikel, c/o Charlotte Sun, at 11330 Burnt Store Road, Administration Center, Room ,, 119, 18500 Murdock Circle, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980. Punta Gorda. No orders Murdock. 743-1551. accepted after May 17. Pick up Charlotte County County Gorda Alliance Church, 7500 Business Network County Regional Recreation Department. All ages and playing is between 9-11 a.m. on May Commissioners Budget Florida St., Punta Gorda. For International, 7:30 a.m. at Twin Center, 670 Cooper St., Punta levels. Cost, $2. 505-8686. 30. Low-cost food program open Workshop, 1:30 p.m. at County individuals and families in need. Isles Country Club, 301 Madrid Gorda. Free; open to the public. Chess, noon-4 p.m. at the to the public. No eligibility Administration Center, Room 637-6444. Blvd., Punta Gorda. 575-9777. 505-8686. Cultural Center of Charlotte restrictions. Obtain copy of the 119, 18500 Murdock Circle, Gulf Cove United Methodist Cafe Philo, philosophical Port Charlotte Elks Lodge County, 2280 Aaron St., Port current menu and order form at Murdock. 743-1551. Church’s “Friend to Friend,” discussion group, 7-8:30 p.m. 2153, 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. lunch; Charlotte. 625-4175. www.bspconline.org Charlotte County fellowship, 1-3 p.m. every at Florida Community Bank, 4-7 p.m. dinner at 20225 Duplicate Bridge, 1-4 p.m. at and pay by cash, credit card, Environmentally Sensitive Tuesday at 1100 McCall Road, Meeting Room,125 Nesbit St., Kenilworth Blvd., Port Charlotte. the Cultural Center of Charlotte money order or food stamps. Lands Oversight Committee, Port Charlotte. A place where Punta Gorda. Topic: “Fear.” Free; 627-9811. County, 2280 Aaron St., Port 639-0001 or e-mail info83@ 3 p.m. at County Administration those who have experienced a open to the public. 764-8100. Port Charlotte Kiwanis, noon Charlotte. 625-4175. embarqmail.com. Center, Building B, Room 106, loss can develop new friend- Charlotte County Concert at the Port Charlotte Elks Club, Mah-jongg, 12:30-3:30 p.m. Community Life Center 18500 Murdock Circle, Murdock. ships. Free; open to the public. Band rehearsals, 7 p.m. at the 20225 Kenilworth Ave., Blvd., at the Edison College YMCA, offers Share food program, 764-4360. Bring a non-alcoholic beverage. Cultural Center of Charlotte Port Charlotte. 625-7571. 26300 Airport Road, Punta 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday to 697-1747 or www.gulfcove County music room, 2280 Aaron Port Charlotte Lions Club, Gorda. Cost, $2.50. Open to the Friday at 19048 Edgewater umc.org. St., Port Charlotte. Musicians Drive, Port Charlotte. No orders ■ EVENTS Living Free support group, needed. 423-5981. 6 p.m. every first and third Tuesday of each month at public. 505-4000. Mah-jongg, noon-4 p.m. at accepted after May 15. Pick up 8-9 p.m. every Tuesday in the Charlotte County Computer Olympia Restaurant, 3245 Cultural Center of Charlotte is between 9:15-10:30 a.m. on Charlotte County Habitat for fellowship hall of First May 30. Low-cost food program Group Corp., 5 p.m. doors open; Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte. County, 2280 Aaron St., Port Humanity’s Women Build Day, Macedonia Missionary Baptist open to the public. No eligibility 7:15 meeting at Cultural Center 623-0603. Charlotte. All levels of play 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at 2465 and Church, 411 E. Charlotte Ave., restrictions. No basic package to of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron Punta Gorda Elks, 11 a.m.- welcome. Cost, $2. 625-4175 or 2475 Picnic Lane, Port Charlotte. Punta Gorda. Group for anyone purchase. Payment is made St., Port Charlotte. Board 2 p.m. lunch; 4-6 p.m. early bird 255-0860. Crews of women volunteers help suffering from a life-controlling upon placing an order. meeting held at 6:30 p.m. Oct. specials; 4-8 p.m. dinner at Non Smoking Euchre, 6 p.m. raise walls nationwide in issues. 637-7743, cheryllv1@ 629-0999 or e-mail at 30 in the Community Room of 25538 Shore Drive. 639-8180. every Tuesday and Thursday at recognition of National Women gmail.com, melodydw3@ sharefood@comcast.net. the Cultural Center. Members Punta Gorda Historical VFW Post 5690, 23204 Freedom Build Week. 639-3162. gmail.com. Celebrate Life Ladies welcome to attend board Society, 7-8 p.m. at the Ave., Port Charlotte (behind Peace River Audubon Society Nar-Anon Support Group, Cancer Support Group, 10 a.m. meeting. 625-4175 or Woman’s Club, 188 Sullivan St., Touch of Class Car Wash). Cost, offers Walkabout, 8 a.m.-noon 7:30-8:30 p.m. in the every first Wednesday of each www.cccgc.info. Punta Gorda. 639-1887. $4. Open to the public. at Prairie Creek Preserve, Community Room at Pilgrim month at Punta Gorda Isles Civic Charlotte County Ministerial Rotary Club of Charlotte 255-3092. Washington Loop Road, Punta United Church of Christ, building Association, 2001 Shreve St., Association, noon at South Port Harbor, 7 a.m. at the Cultural Pinochle, 6-8 p.m. at the Gorda. Long pants, hiking shoes, in back, 24515 Rampart Blvd., Punta Gorda. Group advocates Square, Gables East, 23053 Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Cultural Center of Charlotte drinking water, sunscreen, and Port Charlotte. Support to friends positive support, educational Westchester Blvd., Port Charlotte. Aaron St., Port Charlotte. County, 2280 Aaron St., Port insect repellent are recom- and family of anyone with an programs and encourages hope. Speaker Dick Erdmann. Suncoast Statesmen Charlotte. 625-4175. mended. Free; open to the addiction or substance abuse Enjoy optional lunch following Charlotte County Barbershop Chorus rehearsals, Shuffleboard Club, 1 p.m. at public. www.PeaceRiver problem. Not Narcotics meeting. Open to all women Woodcarvers Club, 8 a.m.-noon 7 p.m. at Burnt Store Higgs Park, 150 Higgs Court, Port Audubon.org. Anonymous. with all types of cancers as well at the Punta Gorda Boat Club, Presbyterian Church, 1133 Burnt Charlotte. Loaner equipment Easy Does it Club, 7:30 a.m., as survivors. 575-7266 or 802 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Store Road, Punta Gorda. All available. Open to the public. ■ SERVICES/ noon, 5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Gorda. 505-4246 or 639-1947. men interested in singing 743-8437. 637-7825. SUPPORT GROUPS Charlotte Harbor. RecoveringAve., every day at 23312 Harper Deep Creek Elks, 11 a.m.- welcome. 505-6675. Career Counseling, Monday, Stroke Screening, 9-11 a.m. alcoholics’ support group. 2:30 p.m. lunch; 5-7:30 p.m. Italian dinner; karaoke with Sour U.S. Air Force Auxiliary ■ WEDNESDAY Wednesday and Thursday by appointment at The Women’s Senior Civil Air Patrol at Village Place, 18400 Cochran 629-0110 or 426-7655. Notes at 1133 Capricorn Blvd., Squadron, 7 p.m. at the Resource Center, 6919 Outreach Blvd., Port Charlotte. Free; open Peer Counseling, Monday to Deep Creek. Take $1.50 off any Charlotte County Airport, 28000 ■ GOVERNMENT Way, North Port. Assistance with to the public. Register at Thursday at The Women’s resume writing, interviewing Resource Center, 6919 Outreach special/menu meal between Airport Road, Punta Gorda, next 624-4441. 5-6 p.m. No take outs. to Eastern Avionics. 639-1711. Punta Gorda City skills, and job search resources. Community Life Center Way, North Port. Appointments at Council/CRA meeting, 9 a.m. at Reservations preferred, not Visually Impaired Persons 429-3720. offers Share food program, 429-3720. City Hall, 326 W. Marion Ave. required. 764-6825. meeting, 1-3 p.m. at 22107 Peer Counseling, Monday to 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday to Faith Lutheran Church of 575-3369. Thursday at The Women’s Friday at 19048 Edgewater ■ CLASSES Punta Gorda-Men’s Tuesday Elmira Blvd., Port Charlotte. 625-8501. Peace River/Manasota Resource Center, 6919 Outreach Drive, Port Charlotte. No orders morning Bible Breakfast, Veteran Motor Car Club of Regional Water Supply Authority Way, North Port. Appointments at accepted after May 15. Pick up Aromatherapy demonstra- 7-8 a.m. at Skyview Restaurant meeting, 9 a.m. at County 429-3720. tions, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday to America, 7 p.m. in the Wellness is between 9:15-10:30 a.m. on at Charlotte County Airport, Center of Charlotte Regional Administration Center, Room Blood pressure clinic, May 30. Low-cost food program Friday at The Essence of Punta Gorda. Bring your Bibles. 119, 18500 Murdock Circle, 9-11 a.m. in the music room at Medical Center Hospital, 733 E. open to the public. No eligibility Harmony, An Aromatherapy 637-8387. Murdock. 743-1300. the Cultural Center of Charlotte Olympia Ave., Punta Gorda. restrictions. No basic package to Apothecary, Darkwood Center, Gulf Cove United Methodist Manasota and Sandpiper County, 2280 Aaron St., Port 502 King Street, Punta Gorda. Anyone interested in collector purchase. Payment is made Men’s Club, 8 a.m. on the first Key Advisory Committee Charlotte. Sponsored by the Port upon placing an order. Free; open to the public. autos are welcome. 575-0202. and third Tuesdays of each meeting, 9:30 a.m. at 2000 Bay Charlotte Kiwanis. Dr. Don 629-0999 or e-mail at 735-8373. Zen meditation group, month at J.F. Ducky’s, 3502 N. View Blvd., Englewood. Delahaye and a group of sharefood@comcast.net. 6:30 p.m. at the Mid-County Access Road, off S.R. 776, 764-4928. volunteer nurses are available Families Against Drugs, ■ CLUBS Regional Library, 2050 Forrest Englewood. 426-0646 or Nelson Blvd., Port Charlotte. weekly. Free; open to the public. 8-9 p.m. at First Macedonia www.gulfcoveumc.org. Free; open to the public. ■ EVENTS Walk-ins welcome. Missionary Baptist Church American Legion Post 110, Marine Corps League, Free bread, 2-4:30 p.m. fellowship hall, 411 E. Charlotte Non Smoking Bingo, 3 p.m. 613-3160. Charlotte County Detachment “Legends of Las Vegas,” Monday through Friday at Punta Ave., Punta Gorda. Support to doors open; 5:30 p.m. early 756, 7:30 p.m. at the American 7 p.m. at Charlotte Harbor Event Gorda Alliance Church, 7500 families affected with problems birds start; 6 p.m. regular games Legion Post 103, 2101 Taylor■ GAMES and Conference Center,75 Taylor Florida St., Punta Gorda. For associated with substance at 3152 Harbor Blvd., Port Rd., Punta Gorda. 740-1775 or St., Punta Gorda. Show features individuals and families in need. abuse. 637-7743 or 833-9198. Charlotte. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. lunch; www.mcldetachment756.org. Bingo, 5:30 p.m. regular at 637-6444. four Las Vegas impersonators Free bread, 2-4:30 p.m. 5-8 p.m. dinner. 629-7442 or American Legion Post 110, 3152 National Active and Retired Kid’s Midweek Stress doing the hits of Patsy Cline, Monday through Friday at Punta www.post110.org. Federal Employees (NARFE), Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte. Buster, 6-7 p.m. every Frank Sinatra, Neil Diamond and Peace River Chapter 2194, Open to the public. 629 -7446. Wednesday at Gulf Cove United Elvis. Tickets cost $25 each. 11:30 a.m. at Punta Gorda Elks Bridge Club, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Methodist Church, 1100 McCall 743-8236. at the South County Regional Lodge, 25538 Shore Drive, Punta Road, (State Road 776), Gulf Square and Round Dancing, Recreation Center, 670 Cooper Gorda. Speaker Jennifer Howell. Cove. Children can relax and 7-9 p.m. at Centennial Hall at 575-4252. St., Punta Gorda. Sponsored by have fun in a safe environment. the Cultural Center of Charlotte Parent-Tot playgroup, Charlotte County Parks, Open to area middle and high County, 2280 Aaron St., Port 10 a.m.-noon at the South Recreation & Cultural Resources school students. 697-1747 or Charlotte. 743-0545 or 863-494-2749. www.gulfcoveumc.org. 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  • 16. Our Town Page 4 C www.sunnewspapers.net LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 | OBITUARIES CHARLOTTE (Wayne) Stavoe and nine Cross County Baptist grandchildren and six A Funeral Mass will be good with children and grandchildren. Church, 3822 Old great-grandchildren. held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, enjoyed playing bingo Vera B. Aurand Services will be held at a Washington RD. Waldorf, Arrangements are by May 6, 2009 at the Sacred and bowling. later date in May. Md. 20602. Memorial National Cremation Heart Catholic Church in Nadine will be greatly Vera B. Aurand, of Punta Memorial donations in Donations can be made in Society of Port Charlotte. Punta Gorda. Burial to missed by her sons, Gorda, Fla., formerly of Ruth’s name can be made Sissy’s name to TideWell follow at Royal Palm Thomas Jr. and Timothy; Vero Beach, Fla., passed to American Cancer Hospice and Palliative Louise E. Memorial Gardens. Please daughters, Nadine away Saturday, May 2, Society, 992 Tamiami Trail Care, 5955 Rand Blvd LeBrecht visit kays-ponger.com to Hollywood, Elizabeth 2009. C-2, Port Charlotte, FL Sarasota, FL 34238. leave the family condo- “Lizzie” Hollywood- She was born September Louise E. LeBrecht, 90, of 33953. Arrangements were made lences and to sign the Trentacosta, Maryann 15, 1919 in New York City, Cogan Station, Pa. and a Arrangements are by in Port Charlotte. online guestbook. Martini and Darlene N.Y. guest at the Williamsport National Cremation Arrangements are by Kays- DeCataldo; sisters, Vera was one of six girls. All grew up in Cranford, Society, Port Charlotte, FL. Robert J. Holmes Home, formerly of Punta Ponger & Uselton Funeral Marilyn Charini and Gorda, Fla., died Sunday, Home Punta Gorda Elizabeth Phipps; 18 N.J. She married Elwin Robert John Holmes, 79, In Memoriam May 3, 2009 at the Chapel. grandchildren and 17 Aurand in 1942. They of Port Charlotte, Fla. died, Williamsport Home. moved to Vero Beach in great-grandchildren. She 1976 from New Jersey. She James E. Carroll Thursday, April 30, 2009 in Born July 13, 1918 in ENGLEWOOD was preceded in death by Port Charlotte. Brooklyn, N.Y. she was a her husband, Thomas moved to Punta Gorda 11 James Edward Carroll, 86, He was born daughter of Charles and Emery K. Allstaedt Hollywood in 1981 and years ago to be closer to passed away Friday, May 1, September 27, Louise Nachbar Grammar. daughter, Colleen in 1963. her daughter, Gale. Vera 2009 at his home in Punta 1929 in Jersey Emery King Allstaedt, 83, Louise was a graduate of A service in celebration was known as the “Shell Gorda, Fla. City, N.J. and came to Port Jamaica High School, of Rotonda West, Fla., died Lady” in Vero Beach. She of Nadine’s life will be He was born Charlotte from there in Queens, N.Y. She had Friday, May 1, 2009 at would walk for miles on 10 a.m., Thursday, May 7, May 23, 1922 in 1989. attended Holy Trinity Englewood the beach. 2009 at Larry Taylor Syracuse, N.Y. Robert was employed at Lutheran Church. Community Vera is survived by her Funeral and Cremation Jim attended Most Holy Sears, as a warehouse Surviving are a daughter, Hospital. daughter, Gale (Mark) Services. To express Rosary High School, where supervisor, retiring in 1989 Jacquilene (Darrell) Kidd of Born Kenyon of Punta Gorda, condolences to the family, he met his wife of 66 years, after 30 years of service. He North Fort Myers, Fla.; a January 14, Fla.; sons, Robert Aurand please visit Jane Clary; and starred as a was a member of the son, Frank (Judy) LeBrecht 1926 in of Atlanta, Ga. and Charles www.Ltaylorfuneral.com guard on the basketball American Legion Post 110 of Cogan Station; four Detroit, (Karen) Aurand of Helena, and sign the online team. Jim served in WWII and the German Club both grandchildren; one great- Mich. to Ala.; sisters, Joan (Harry) guestbook. in the U.S. Air Force, as a of Port Charlotte. Robert grandson; and a sister, Charles E. Cramer, Eileen Miller and Arrangements are by B-17 pilot accomplishing served in the U.S. Army, Frances Sweeney of Long and Hazel Mae Marjorie Miller; seven Larry Taylor Funeral and 35 missions in Europe. during the Korean War. Island, N.Y. Her husband Allstaedt. grandchildren, Melissa and Cremation Services, After the war he worked at Survivors include his wife of 65 years Frank LeBrecht, He attended Jeff Kenyon, Kimberly Van Punta Gorda, Fla. the Veterans Department of 57 years, Ruth of Port died August 30, 2005. She Lincoln Park Schools in Pell, Tracee Blanton, Todd, while attending Syracuse Michigan. He served in the Charlotte; daughter, Kathy was preceded in death by a Michael and Matthew University in the evenings. (Frank) Bellomo of Port U.S. Coast Guard during Leo J. Marino III Aurand; six great-grand- grandson; and four Upon graduation from Charlotte; sister, Ruth siblings. WWII from 1943 to 1946. Leo J. Marino III, 52, of children, Miranda Ellis, college, Jim joined the F.B.I Maddox of Georgia; and In September 1947, he Mark Kenyon III, Patrick, A memorial service will North Port, Fla., passed and had a distinguished his two grandsons, Jeffrey be held 11 a.m. Thursday married Mary Louise away Thursday, April 30, Ryan and Meghan Van Pell career until 1972, when he and Eric Bellomo both of Mayleth. Emery retired in and Callie Blanton. Vera at Sanders Mortuary, 821 2009 at Peace River retired. He then joined the Port Charlotte. Diamond St. Williamsport, 1981 after twenty-nine Regional Medical Center was preceded in death by faculty of Montgomery years with the City of her husband, Elwin after Inurnment services will Pa. with the Rev. Jonathan in Port Charlotte, Fla. Community College in be at 2 p.m. Friday, May 8, E. Porter officiating. In Lincoln Park Police Arrangements are by 49 years of marriage; Blue Bell, Pa. teaching Department as a sisters, Florence 2009 at Restlawn Memorial keeping with her wishes James A. McKee Funeral criminal justice for 10 Gardens Cemetery. there will be no visitation Lieutenant. Mr. Allstaedt Home, North Port. Steuerwald and Suzanne years, eventually retiring in Contributions in his then moved to Grove City Donnely. and the family will provide 1982 to Punta Gorda. He memory may be made to the flowers and suggests from Lincoln Park and to Dorothy M. Sauer Services will be private. was a member of Sacred Rotonda West in 1994. He Memorial donations can TideWell Hospice and memorial contributions in Heart Catholic Church, Palliative Care at, 5955 her name be made to Oak was a member of the B.P Dorothy “Dot” M. Sauer, .O. be made in Vera’s name to Punta Gorda, where he Elks Lodge 2378 and the 79, Venice, Fla., died TideWell Hospice and Rand Blvd. Sarasota, FL Grove Alliance Church, served as an usher for 34238. Please visit the 1680 Fox Hollow Road Loyal Order of Moose Friday, May 1, 2009. Palliative Care, 5955 Rand many years. Jim could Lodge 1933 both in She was Blvd., Sarasota, FL 34838. online tribute for Robert Williamsport, PA 17701. often be found at Twin John Holmes at www. Online condolences may Englewood. born Arrangements were made Isles Country Club, January 12, kays-ponger.com. be made at www.sander Survivors include his in Port Charlotte, FL. 1930 in enjoying a round of golf. Arrangements are by smortuary.com. daughter, Cheryl Lynn He was loved by all. Kays-Ponger & Uselton Arrangements are by (Morgan) Justice of Grosse Indianap- James F. Belcher Jim is survived by his Funeral Home 2405 Sanders Mortuary, Ile, Mich.; one son, David olis, Ind. James F. Belcher, 62, of loving wife, Jane Carroll; Harbor Blvd. Port Williamsport, Pa. Paul (Patricia) Allstaedt of and came to Port Charlotte, Fla., died daughter, Tricia Collins; Charlotte. Fairfield Glade, Tenn.; one Venice in Saturday, April 25, 2009 at son, Marty Carroll; sister, Eleanor M. Lutz sister, Gladys Allstaedt of 1972. his residence Anne Romano; brother, Eva D. Kecken Tarpon Springs, Fla.; seven Dot worked for the in Port Tom Carroll; five grand- Eleanor Morrison Lutz, Sarasota County School grandchildren; eight great- Charlotte. children; and five great- Eva D. Kecken, 92, of Port 89, of Harbour Heights, grand children; and lovingBoard as a bus driver for James was grandchildren. Charlotte, Fla., died Fla., formerly of Sarasota, companion, Helen Shaeff. special needs children. born Visitation will be held Wednesday, April 29, 2009 Fla., passed away Saturday, He was preceded in death Survivors include September from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in Port Charlotte. May 2, 2009 at Peace River by his wife, Mary in 2007.children, Joseph (Linda) 11, 1946 in Thursday, May 7, 2009 at She was born April 6, Medical Center. Sauer of North Port, Fla., Services will be private. Pruden, Kays-Ponger & Uselton 1917 in Baltimore, Md. and She was born August 20, Memorial contributions Paul Sauer of Venice, Bill Tenn. Funeral Home, 635 E. came to Port Charlotte in 1919 to Herbert and Mary may be made to TideWell Sauer of Venice, Dennis Arrangements are by Marion Ave., Punta Gorda, 1993 from, Severn, Md. Morrison in Mamaroneck, Hospice & Palliative Care,Sauer (Karen George) of Kays-Ponger & Uselton FL. Funeral Mass will Eva was a registered N.Y. 5955 Rand Blvd., Sarasota,North Port, Linda (Rick) Funeral Home, Port follow at 11 a.m., at the nurse, graduating from Eleanor was married to FL 34238 in memory of Mr. Coble of North Port and Charlotte, FL. Sacred Heart Catholic Johns Hopkins School of Frederick Lutz for 66 years Allstaedt. You may expressPattie (John) Herb of Church, Punta Gorda, FL. Nursing. She did private until his death in 2007. He your condolences to the Lehigh Acres, Fla.; Entombment immediately nursing, and was also was the owner of Phillippi Allstaedt family at 10 grandchildren; seven Ruth A. Berger following at Royal Palm Shores Marina in Sarasota, employed at Lever www.englewoodfh.com. great-grandchildren; two Ruth Ann (nee Snell) Memorial Gardens. Brothers for 20 years Fla. where they lived until Arrangements are by sisters, Marge Ruth of Berger, 71, of Clay Memorial donations may before retiring in 1993. She moving to Harbour Englewood Community Indianapolis, and Township, Michigan and be directed to TideWell was a member of the Heights, 15 years ago. Funeral Home & Catherine Torma of Punta Gorda, Fla., passed Hospice and Palliative Moose, Eagles and a Survivors include, F. Pete Cremation Services. Ivyland, Pa.; and brother- away Saturday, May 2, Care, 5955 Rand Blvd. member of Lutheran (Judy) Lutz of Islamorada, in-law, David Fisher of 2009. Sarasota, FL 34238. Please Church of the Cross in Port Fla., Andrea (Bill) England North Port. She was She was born October 11, visit the online guestbook of Sarasota, Carol L. Neil of Freddie S. Charlotte. Hammontree preceded in death by her 1937 in Grosse Pointe at kays-ponger.com. Survivors include her son, Lake Suzy, Fla. and husband, Bob Sauer in Farms, Mich. Arrangements are by Kays- Jerry (Meredith Shattuck) Howard A. Lutz of Freddie Sue March of 2009. Ruth and her husband, Ponger & Uselton Funeral Kecken of Port Charlotte; Nokomis, Fla.; nine Hammontree, 66, of Visitation will be held Lawrence, were longtime Homes and Cremation two grandsons, Robert grandchildren; and 14 Englewood, Fla., died from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., residents of Sterling Services. Kecken of Fort Myers, Fla., great-grandchildren. Saturday, May 2, 2009 at Wednesday, May 6, 2009 Heights, Mich. They retired and Timothy Kecken of Visitation will be from her Charlotte County at Farley Funeral Home, and moved to Punta Gorda Amelia G. Galt Jacksonville, Fla.; two 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, residence. Arrangements Venice Chapel. Funeral in 1997. She was an avid May 8, 2007 at Wiegand are by Englewood will begin at 9 a.m. golfer and loved to fish. Amelia “Sissy” G. Galt, 59, nephews, Torn Sullens of Brothers Funeral Home. of Port Charlotte, Fla., Baltimore, Md. and Torn Community Funeral Home Thursday, May 7, 2009 Ruth is survived by her Services will be at 1 p.m. & Cremation Service. from Farley Funeral husband of 52 years, Larry passed away Tuesday, April Blash of New Orleans, La. Burial will follow at Palms Memorial services at Home, Venice Chapel E; children, Michael, Mark 28, 2009. 4 p.m. Friday, May 8, 2009 Memorial Park, Sarasota, Ramon N. Nadeau with a Mass of Christian She was born December (Laura) of Michigan, Marty 29, 1949 in Washington, at Lutheran Church of the Fla. Burial being celebrated (Caroline) of Arizona, Arrangements are by Ramon N. Nadeau, 78, of at 11 a.m. at St. Raphael’s DC. Cross in Port Charlotte. Daniel (Linda) and Cherie Wiegand Brothers Funeral Englewood, Fla., passed Catholic Church in Amelia retired in 1990 Inurnment will follow at (Ken) Cichowski both of Home, Sarasota, Fla. away Sunday, May 3, 2009 Englewood. Burial from D.C. Metro and Lutheran Church of the Michigan; sister, Betty at Englewood Community immediately following at moved to Port Charlotte in Cross Memorial Garden. 2003 from Lusby, Md. She Please visit the online Dorothy V. Shawl Hospital. Arrangements Venice Memorial is of the Christian Faith. tribute to Eva D. Kecken at are by National Gardens. To share a Dorothy Vreeland Shawl, csmatlp n Sissy is deeply missed by www.kays-ponger.com. her husband, John Michael Arrangements are by 87, of Punta Gorda, Fla., died Tuesday, April 21, Cremation Society of Port memory visit Charlotte. www.farleyfuneral L 7 nc rals , Inc. 2620 D Highlands Road “Mike” Galt of Port Kays-Ponger & Uselton Charlotte; mother, Frances Funeral Home, Port 2009. She was born August 31, NORTH PORT home.com. Arrangements are by Harbour Heights, FL 33983 Louise Hager of Elkridge, Charlotte Chapel. 1921 in Blue Anchor, N.J. Farley Funeral Home. Simple, Direct Md.; son, Bruce Carter to William and Agnes Nadine A. DEATHS | P6 White of Lusby, Md.; Hollywood Cremation grandchildren, Savannah Betty Lanzetta Grefe. OBITUARY POLICY 350706 Dorothy was a graduate from $825 and Thomas White of Betty Lanzetta, 83, of Port of Hawthorne, N.J. High Nadine Ann Hollywood, R.S.V.P. for Seminar Toledo, Ohio. Charlotte, Fla., passed 76, of North Port, Fla. and 941-240-2515 School and the Miller formerly of New Brighton, Obituaries are accepted from Service will be held 2 p.m. away Friday, May 1, 2009. Institute. Mrs. Shawl lived funeral homes only. There is no 888-713-1224 Friday, May 8, 2009 at She was born January 3, N.Y. and Holiday, Fla., charge for publishing an a wonderful life and was 1926 in Desloge, Miss. and blessed to have traveled in passed away Friday, May abbreviated death notice once. moved to this area in 1972 most of the countries 1, 2009 at her residence. Full obituaries and repeat death JAMES W. MALLONEE, P.A. from Bellport, Long Island, throughout the world. She She was the daughter of notices will be subject to an advertising charge. N.Y. moved to Punta Gorda in Edward and Harriet ATTORNEYS AT LAW Obituaries must be received by Mrs. Lanzetta was the 1963 and was a charter (Seddon) Robison, born JAMES W. MALLONEE ELLIE K. HARRIS 2 p.m. for Tuesday through Saturday former owner of Charlotte member of the Punta June 1, 1932 in Staten publication. For Sunday publication • Real Estate • Probate Cabinet Inc. Island, N.Y. Gorda Country Club, Burnt deadline is noon on Saturday. For • Guardianship • Wills Survivors include her Nadine was raised in Monday publication deadline is Store Country Club (Twin • Wills/Trusts • Trusts daughter, Betty Bruer of West Brighton, N.Y. and noon on Sunday. Please note there Isles), St. Andrews South • Probate • Guardianship graduated from St. John is no Monday edition in DeSoto Port Charlotte; sons, Golf Club and was also a • Landlord Tenant County. The American flag Anthony (April), Nicholas, member of the Isles Yacht Villa Academy in Office Hours – Monday to Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM accompanying an obituary 946 Tamiami Trail, Unit #206, Port Charlotte, FL 33953 Richard Michael, all of Port Club, Civic Assoc., and Arrochar, N.Y. She will be indicates a veteran of the U.S. Charlotte; sister, Marilyn Sacred Heart Catholic remembered as a dedi- Armed Forces. Please send e-mails 355456 (941) 206-2223 Ritter of Missouri; eight Church. cated mother who was to obituaries@sun-herald.com.
  • 17. The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 D/E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net Our Town Page 5 COLDWFLL BANKER F l o r i d a 's Real I' stalt , 1-cader Comments? Opinions? Views? View and Map Open Houses Online at FloridaMoves.com. Blog today on FloridaMoves.com = E M N N The Upside to a Down Market Market Share Sales Web Traffic 2009 > Now, more than ever, it’s important to entrust your real estate needs with a proven market leader. Our market share, sales and Internet presence are increasing as more consumers choose Coldwell Banker. Find out how we’re earning trust, building confidence and FEB JAN MAR APR JUL MAY JUN SEP AUG NOV DEC OCT delivering results. FLORIDAMOVES.COM 2006 2007 2008 2008 2008 Ono 5310781_C7000497 C7000242 C6997545 C7001516 4125353_C695222 PUNTA GORDA $1,100,000 BURNT STORE MARINA $739,000 PUNTA GORDA $650,000 PRAIRIE CREEK PARK $535,000 PUNTA GORDA ISLES $469,000 This is a high traffic count corner in downtown Marina luxury at it's finest! This 2790 sf waterfront Prime neighborhood center/mixed use land that is 5 1/2 acre estate zoned for horses. 3 bedrooms & 3 PGI Sailboat w/very quick access. Tim Towles cus- Punta Gorda. Zoned city center allowing mixed pool home defines taste & elegance. Bright and airy clearly visible from US 41. 54000 sf has extensive full baths plus den/library which could be 4th bed- tom 2500 sf 3 bed/2.5 bath pool home with beauti- uses, commercial, retail, services and offices. home offers spectacular views through the dramat- road frontage on Aqui Esta, Baynard and Ames room. This custom designed home has all the ful great room floor plan, 4+ car garage (double Adjacent to City Hall & Govt. offices. ic windows accented. Streets. Four lots sold as package. upgrades and more. A must see. deep), and loads of extras! MLS# C7000497 941-380-4277 MLS# C7000242 941-916-0538 MLS# C695222 941-626-0696 MLS# C7001516 941-916-1178 MLS# C6997545 941-380-5354 LINDSAY HARRINGTON 941-639-0090 LISA LAFLAMME 941-639-0090 JEFF ZIEMER 941-639-0090 DIANE D'ANDREA 941-639-0090 JOHN LITTLEJOHN 941-639-0090 C7001006 5307307_C7000227 5323200_C7000640 C6997480 5312077_C7000489 PUNTA GORDA $449,000 PORT CHARLOTTE $440,000 PUNTA GORDA ISLES $399,900 PRAIRIE CREEK PARK $399,900 PUNTA GORDA ISLES $395,000 Fabulous 2691 sf waterfront showplace with Harbor Prof centre is a class A medical & profes- 3BR/2+BA pool home with 140' of seawall, 7x15 Drastically reduced - Seller wants this gone! Enjoy the golf course view from this quality custom dynamic open fl pln & soaring 20ft ceilings. This sional office complex built in 2003 providing high concrete dock, 8,000 lb boat lift. Kitchen has Exquisite country oasis on 5+ acres with lovely built home. Enter through the double door entrance stunning residence is being offered beautifully fur- quality office space. The 1,950 SF unit has 9 offices. recently been remodeled with granite counter tops, upgraded 2348 sf custom pool home, 3/4 acre & enjoy the light & bright open floor plan with nished, or unfurnished for $429,000. Easy access to parking. formal dining room. stocked pond and 6 stall horse barn! cathedral ceilings. MLS# C7001006 941-380-5354 MLS# C7000227 941-380-4277 MLS# C7000489 941-661-4798 MLS# C7000640 941-380-5354 MLS# C6997480 941-916-0538 JOHN LITTLEJOHN 941-639-0090 LINDSAY HARRINGTON 941-639-0090 GARY TEEPLE 941-639-0090 JOHN LITTLEJOHN 941-639-0090 LISA LAFLAMME 941-639-0090 4154733_C6992219 4160762_C697854 5309715_C7000454 C6999163 5383961_C7001345 1 I PUNTA GORDA ISLES $378,900 PORT CHARLOTTE $369,000 PRAIRIE CREEK PARK $293,900 THE HABITAT $289,900 BURNT STORE MARINA $280,000 limi moo Immaculate custom home totally remodeled in This office building is centrally located to all of Port This four bedroom home is in the process of being Gorgeous Masterbuilders former model on nearly Mainsail II model 2BR/2BA plus den. Pool/spa 2000. Quick boating access! Stunning open design, Charlotte. It is zoned Office, Medical & rehabed. It is located in Prairie Creek, a subdivision an acre w/beautiful views of small lake & golf home located on golf course. In Burnt Store Marina. gourmet kitchen with 2 sink areas, designer tile Institutional. There are 9 offices/rooms, 3 rest- of homes on five or more acres. Five Stall barn with course. Great rm fl pln, soaring ceilings, tile in Beautiful ceramic tile floors. This home is a must throughout, large htd pool and spa. rooms and 1 utility/com. room. tack room. main living areas. Awesome pool! see for the price. MLS# C6992219 941-380-5354 MLS# C697854 941-380-4277 MLS# C7001345 941-626-6146 MLS# C7000454 941-380-5354 MLS# C6999163 941-380-8100 JOHN LITTLEJOHN 941-639-0090 LINDSAY HARRINGTON 941-639-0090 CAROLYN DEPENBROCK 941-639-0090 JOHN LITTLEJOHN 941-639-0090 LISA LEVENDOFSKY 941-639-0090 5287009_C7000175 C6993877 3529451_690873 C7001059 C7001483 I 1 PUNTA GORDA $249,000 PUNTA GORDA ISLES $239,900 BURNT STORE MARINA $229,000 PUNTA GORDA ISLES $219,900 BURNT STORE MARINA $215,000 Brand new luxuriously appointed 2nd floor (w/ele- Immaculate furnished end unit villa w/sailboat Attractive ground floor North Shore condo in Burnt Exquisite beautifully furnished condo with dock, Smell that salty Marina air! One of the most beauti- vator)2 bd+study+media rm condo. Fabulous wide access, deeded dock and oversized 1 car garage. Store Marina just steps away from the docks and 5,000lb boat lift & 3 minutes to Charlotte Harbor! ful places to live in SW Florida. Enter this elegant, water views, lrg deeded dock and full size 1 car Beautiful open great room design. High ceilings community pool. 2 BR, open floor plan, screened Totally remodeled in 2005. Beautiful large tile & detached courtyard home to an open floor plan with Oilil garage. Premium extras throughout! throughout. Must see! Extras! lanai for sunset watching. granite. Prime location. newer tiled flooring. MLS# C7000175 941-380-5354 MLS# C6993877 941-380-5354 MLS# C7001483 941-276-4028 MLS# C690873 941-380-5354 MLS# C7001059 941-662-9636 JOHN LITTLEJOHN 941-639-0090 JOHN LITTLEJOHN 941-639-0090 CRAIG HAVEMEYER 941-639-0090 JOHN LITTLEJOHN 941-639-0090 ROBYN SIGURDSON 941-639-0090 5323201_C7000631 C6994874 C6998753 5413125_C7001651 5291255_C7000195 BURNT STORE MARINA $199,900 PUNTA GORDA ISLES $199,900 PORT CHARLOTTE $199,000 PORT CHARLOTTE $189,900 PUNTA GORDA $182,900 Enjoy the Marina Harbor View from this 1030 sq ft Curb appeal is just the beginning for this sweet 5/3/2 canal front home. You can have it all with this Kayakers & Canoeists! Immaculate 3/2/2 features Relax on your lanai and enjoy the view of the pool 2/2 furnished condo with covered parking. Resort home. Built in 04 by Schaefer Homes, it offers beautifully upgraded waterfront home with easy frontage & Myakka access on wide canal ideal for from this 2nd floor 3/2/1 1517 sq ft end unit condo. style living at its best in this gated, golf course com- cathedral ceilings, open floor plan, tile throughout access to I-75 and all Port Charlotte amentites. This fishing, kayaking & canoeing with optional Shows like a model with freshly painted walls and munity. Great rental. mail living with many upgrades is a must see. Community Boat Ramp just 1 mile away. decor. MLS# C6994874 941-916-0538 MLS# C6998753 941-662-9636 MLS# C7001651 941-380-8100 MLS# C7000195 941-204-2454 MLS# C7000631 941-916-0538 LISA LAFLAMME 941-639-0090 ROBYN SIGURDSON 941-639-0090 LISA LEVENDOFSKY 941-639-0090 LARRY SIGURDSON 941-639-0090 LISA LAFLAMME 941-639-0090 C7001419 C6995730 C6998156 C6999250 C7001519 ??+ ¦ p?t tl ?N -ft L IN ¦ t a /i tii l i BURNT STORE MARINA $179,900 DEEP CREEK $149,900 BURNT STORE LAKES $129,000 NORTH PORT $129,000 PORT CHARLOTTE $124,900 Beautiful tropical oasis in gated Burnt Store Marina 2BR/2BA pool home. Spacious eat in kitchen with This 3/2/2 nearly new home has 1875 sq ft under air 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 2 car garage pool home with Move right in to this never lived in quality built & Country club. 2/2 with outstanding view of the wood cabinets and skylight. Lighted plant shelves. with a great open floor plan. Includes a breakfast den. Split bedroom floor plan with family room. 1800 sq ft home. Features 3 bedrooms 2 baths and north basin from your 4th floor lanai. Be in Picturesque lanai overlooking wooded preserve for bar and eat-in kitchen. Beautiful landscaping and This home needs some TLC but great buy for the a 2 car garage. Enjoy the split open floor plan with Charlotte Harbor in 5 minutes. the ultimate in privacy. room for a pool. 1962 sq ft of living space. ceramic tile and carpet. MLS# C7001419 941-391-1061 MLS# C6995730 941-286-6194 MLS# C6998156 941-916-0538 MLS# C6999250 941-626-6146 MLS# C7001519 941-916-0538 MARILYN PURCELL 941-639-0090 BETH JOHNSON 941-639-0090 LISA LAFLAMME 941-639-0090 CAROLYN DEPENBROCK 941-639-0090 LISA LAFLAMME 941-639-0090 3943719_697385 C687592 C7001181 5402551_C7001511 C7001367 PUNTA GORDA ISLES $119,900 DEEP CREEK $114,900 RIVER FOREST VILLAGE $99,900 PORT CHARLOTTE $94,900 DEEP CREEK $79,900 Short Sale-Save! Vivante-Brand new unit on court- Brand new! Premium greenbelt location. Lovely Beautiful 2005 turn key furnished 3BR plus 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with indoor pool, great for Furnished ground floor 2BR/2BA unit in Villa yard directly across from the grand clubhouse & 2BR plus den/office. Fantastic open floor plan. den/sunroom home with lovely great room floor swimming year round. This home has a fenced yard Manor. Newly painted. Very private back area from spa - less than 3 min. Oversized 1 car garage. Volume ceilings. Oversized 2CG. Screened front & plan, large kitchen, attractive master bath, over- one car carport. Being sold as is. patio. Eastern exposure. Very well maintained! Spacious open design with 18" tile! lanai. Lots of upgrades & extras! sized 33x13 carport with covered lanai. MLS# C7001181 941-626-6146 Peaceful and serene. Community Pool. MLS# C697385 941-380-5354 MLS# C687592 941-380-5354 MLS# C7001367 941-380-5354 CAROLYN DEPENBROCK 941-639-0090 MLS# C7001511 941-286-6194 JOHN LITTLEJOHN 941-639-0090 JOHN LITTLEJOHN 941-639-0090 JOHN LITTLEJOHN 941-639-0090 BETH JOHNSON 941-639-0090 SEASONAL & ANNUAL RENTALS AVAILABLE C7000296 C7001569 FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED C6998731 C7001549 CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION! DIANE K. RULEY PROPERTY MANAGER Diane.Ruley@FloridaMoves.com DEEP CREEK $79,500 DEEP CREEK $72,900 PORT CHARLOTTE $69,900 PORT CHARLOTTE $42,600 941-347-6371 Totally renovated, like new!Wood cabinets in Not a short sale! Not bank owned! Just bank priced! Oversized lot, 3BR/2BA home. Roof redone recently Three bedroom two bath home with fourth room 800-448-3076 kitchen. Screened lanai. Community heated pool Fantastic buy for this nearly new 2/2 end unit & newer a/c. 2 driveways, enclosed lanai, huge liv- that could be used as bedroom, den, office or fami- out your front door. 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  • 18. Our Town Page 6 C www.sunnewspapers.net FROM PAGE ONE The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 City to close MUNICIPAL SERVICE BENEFIT UNITS Charlotte proposes fee increases lanes for By STEVE REILLY STAFF WRITER the construction of a sewer system, which is expected to fund future paving. • a $150 increase for 37 provide a minimum level of maintenance service. brick job MURDOCK — Rarely in to be completed in the properties in the Alligator The Charlotte County Charlotte County do next few months. The Creek Waterway-Sea Edge Commission are sched- residents and property increase will pay for the Sub-unit for additional uled June 9 to discuss the owners support increases hook-up of homes to the dredging of the Sea Edge Neal Road MSBU. to their municipal service sewer system. Canal. A property owners According to a staff STAFF REPORT Mark Gering, city benefit units. “It’s a win-win,” said petition requested the report, a number of PUNTA GORDA — engineer. Kendall Leach will be at Leach, who presented dredging. MSBUs that have seen Certain lanes of Marion The pavers, installed least one property owner commissioners with a • An addition of five their assessments rise in Avenue will be closed years ago as part of the supporting proposed copy of a petition that properties into the Greater the past may be lowered in beginning Wednesday city’s streetscaping MSBU increases at the shows 95 percent of the Port Charlotte Street and the future due to to give workers room to project, proved too thin Charlotte County homeowners in support of Drainage Unit. No change completed work and paid- rebuild brick-paved and have been popping Commission MSBU the MSBU increase. “We’ve in the off loans for projects. sidewalk areas. out, Gering said. A workshop at 10 a.m. today been working well with assessment. Commissioners will The project calls contractor will install at the County (Charlotte County Utilities • An addition of seven consider assessment brick pavers to be thicker brick pavers Administration Center in officials).” properties into the reductions to: the removed from pedes- and replace conduit for Murdock. Leach said homeowners Northwest Port Charlotte Charlotte Harbor trian areas between lighting. No adoption of any would be expected to pay Street and Drainage Unit. Wastewater MSBU curbs and sidewalks on The work will begin increase will be made at $7,000-plus to hook up to No change in the ($199.82), the Garden of both sides of Marion Wednesday in front of the workshop. Public the sewer system within a assessment. Gulf Cove Street and from Nesbit Street to the U.S. Post Office at notification and public year. By paying that • An addition of 104 Drainage Unit ($111.61), U.S. 41 South, said Nesbit Street. hearings will be scheduled assessment through the properties into the Punta the Northwest Port before any final decision is MSBU, residents won’t be Gorda Non-Urban Street Charlotte Waterway ($50), made. The workshop only hit with one big bill. And and Drainage Unit. No Pirate Harbor CARJACKER: Arrested allows commissioners to review and decide whether to move forward with the CCU, he suggested, will see new customers on its sewer system. change in the assessment. • An addition of 13 boat Waterway($30.21), Placida Area Street and Drainage ($35.60 for vacant lots, $25 FROM PAGE 1 continued driving, eventually making it all proposed increases. Vacant lot owners will slips into the South Bridge residences), the Punta that he would use it on the way to Tampa. Leach serves on the not be expected to pay the Waterway Unit Gorda Non-Urban Capital her if she didn’t do as he The Charlotte County Rotonda Sands and Rotonda Meadow and Maintenance. No change ($111.09), Rotonda Long Sheriff’s Office released Rotonda Meadows Sands MSBU increase. in the assessment. Meadow Street and instructed. He told her a report for the stolen association boards. Each The Rotonda Sands and • An addition of four Drainage ($27.05), he needed to go to Fort vehicle, which deputies subdivision is made up of Meadows aren’t the only properties into the South Rotonda Pine Valley Street Myers. with the Hillsborough 2,500 undeveloped lots, MSBUs under commission Burnt Store Street and and Drainage ($52.59), “Just as quick as but each subdivision has consideration today. Other Drainage Unit. No change Rotonda White Marsh lightning, he put the car County Sheriff’s Office few developed properties proposed changes and in the assessment. Street and Drainage in gear, and my car door found when they — 50 homes in the Sands responded to a increases include: • An addition of 295 ($19.49), South Burnt Store flew open,” she said. and another 12 to 15 domestic dispute • A $355 increase to the agricultural properties Street and Drainage “That’s when I homes in the Meadows. $45 base rate of the Boca into the Charlotte ($57.24 vacant lots and screamed, ‘Help! Help!’” Saturday night. According to a staff Grande Street and County Sanitation Unit. $56.51 residential), Burnt As her screams rang Mumby is being held presentation, both Drainage Unit to resurface No change in the Store Lakes, South Gulf out, the door slammed in Tampa on charges of Rotonda Sands and 3.1 miles of roads and to assessment. Cove Street ($133.63) and shut and Mumby aggravated battery, Meadows homeowners sustain the minimum level • A proposed rate of Drainage Phase 2 ($48.36) accelerated out of the aggravated assault and could see a a $423.88 of maintenance services. $3.50 an acre or maximum and Phase 4 ($41.87) parking lot. false imprisonment. increase for 17 years to the • A $25 increase to the rate of $5 an acre for the Capital and the South “I remember learning CCSO detectives said $225.94 MSBU assessment $73.64 vacant and $63.94 Neal Road Street and Punta Gorda Heights East that if you are in a Mumby will be charged they already pay. The rates of the Deep Creek Drainage Unit and to Street and Drainage (49.98) situation like this, to try with carjacking, false original assessment is for Street and Drainage Unit assess all properties to MSBU units. to pull the wheel so the imprisonment and car crashes into some- battery when he is Some fancy sets of wheels thing, but nothing was returned to Charlotte there,” she said. “Then I County. saw the traffic light at While the horrifying Quesada (Avenue) and event is over and the Cochran (Boulevard).” suspect is in custody, Slowly, Huban Huban is still shaky unbuckled her seat belt when talking about the and moved her purse incident. toward the door. As “It was absolutely, Mumby approached the totally frightening,” she red light, Huban said. “I’m aware, I clutched the door always have been. But handle and made her you think you’re in your escape. own town, you think “I just batted out,” she you’re safe, but things said. “I got out and ran like this happen. I was back to Kmart.” very, very lucky.” While Huban called her husband on her cell E-mail: pstaik@ phone, Mumby sun-herald.com DEATHS of North Port; sister, Rose Sclafani of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; grand- FROM PAGE 4 children, David III, Kim, Bradley and Derek; John J. Sclafani great-grandchildren, John J. Sclafani, 92, of Heather, Michele and North Port, Fla., passed Isabella; other grandchil- away Sunday, May 3, dren; great-grandchil- 2009 at Quality Health dren; and great-great- Care in North Port. grandchildren survive. SUN PHOTOS BY MIKE BILLINGTON, mbillington@sun-herald.com He was born October John was preceded in Twins David and Danny Christiansen of Englewood couldn’t resist peeking inside Rick “Herman” Baker’s replica of 12, 1916 in Brooklyn, N.Y. death by son, Michael; the Munster family hearse when they strolled Dearborn Street Saturday night. Their aunt, Robyn Dilday, took them the son of Michael and and grandson, John, Jr. to see dozens of hot cars and enjoy some popcorn with some 1,500 other people that showed up for the night’s Cecelia (Accucia) A visitation will be held festivities, which also featured music. Sclafani. for John from 10 a.m. to John and his wife, 11 a.m. Wednesday, May Marion moved to North 6, 2009 at the Farley Port in 1972 from New Funeral Home North Jersey after his retire- Port Chapel with a ment as a crane operator service being held for McCormick. He was a following the visitation at member of San Pedro San Pedro Catholic Catholic Church. Church at 11 a.m. Burial John is survived by his will follow the services wife of 72 years, Marion; Wednesday at Restlawn son, Nathan of Kingston, Memorial Park in Port N.Y.; daughters, Cecelia Charlotte. (David) McAuliffe and Arrangements are by Marian (Richard) Owen Farley Funeral Home. Looking for a Friend? 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  • 19. The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS C www.sunnewspapers.net Our Town Page 7 Firefighters battle Suspected burglar arrested blaze in neighborhood burglary to an unoccu- | POLICE BEAT pied dwelling and petty theft. He was held on The information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriff’s office, $8,000 bond. Florida Highway Patrol, jail and fire rescue records. Not every arrest leads By ED SCOTT their homes to watch throughout the night, Gonzalez was charged to a conviction and guilt or innocence is determined by the court system. STAFF WRITER the firefighters work. Frantz said. with grand theft and was NORTH PORT — “At the homes that FPL shut down power PORT CHARLOTTE — Collier counties. On released to a parent. Firefighters from several have been threatened, to homes in the area, A 53-year-old man from April 27, deputies with Ash was charged with area departments the fire has gotten up to which was restored by Lehigh Acres was the Collier County petty theft, criminal clamped down on a the edges but has not 7 p.m. arrested Friday after Sheriff’s Office met with mischief, burglary to an blaze in a residential consumed anything, as The fire hopscotched confessing to stealing the suspect at his home, unoccupied structure neighborhood Monday, yet. I think that we’ve through three blocks, nearly $4,000 from Coca where Sheets volun- and two counts of grand refusing to allow it to got a good handle on it, but firefighters were Cola vending machines teered to give a state- theft. He also was damage homes. that we are not going to able to protect homes in in the Port Charlotte ment. released to a parent. No injuries were lose any homes in this its path. Town Center mall during reported. The brush fire, one. The winds are “Because it is between a three-month period. Four Englewood The Charlotte County which started between pretty stiff out here, so it houses, we’ve got a lot Because of financial Sheriff’s Office reported the does keep moving of stuff that we’ve got to problems, Paul Douglas males arrested following arrests: Cranberry Boulevard and David Avenue, was around quite a bit. The work around, cars in the Sheets said he broke ENGLEWOOD — Four • Clayton Jesse Schorsch, contained to that area, fuel (brush) is very driveways, RVs and into the machines with male residents of 22, 20200 block of west of Toledo Blade heavy as well.” boats and things like keys he had while Shadow Lane were Hillsborough Boulevard, Port Boulevard and south of Units from North Port that,” Frantz said. “I employed with the soft arrested Saturday on Charlotte. Charge: driving Interstate 75, about a Fire Rescue, the state don’t think it’s going to drink company, stated a charges related to thefts while license is suspended or quarter-mile from the Division of Forestry, get away any farther report from the and burglaries. revoked. Bond: $500. interstate interchange. Charlotte and Sarasota than this.” Charlotte County Those arrested include • Sterling James Anthony, The 6-acre fire — of County fire departments Asked how firefighters Sheriff’s Office. 22-year-old Kevin 17, 200 block of Paramaribo undetermined origin — and the Nokomis managed to keep An auditor with Coca Carson McMullen, 18- Street, Deep Creek. Charge: was 100 percent Volunteer Fire structures from being Cola reported that year-old Joseph violation of Serious Habitual contained at 7 p.m., as Department responded, involved, Frantz said, between December 2008 Manasseh Long, 17- Offenders Comprehensive residents looked on, as well as a Sarasota “We’re good.” and March 2009, year-old Steven Action Plan. He was released “but it’s still iffy at this County Sheriff’s heli- “There’s a lot of fuel. approximately $3,937.06 Gonzalez and 16-year- to a parent or guardian. point,” Fire Marshal copter, toting a 350- There’s a lot of wind. was stolen from the old Jonathan R. Ash. • Kyle Brownly McKay, 22, Michael Frantz said at gallon bucket. These guys, their first mall’s vending McMullen was Venice. Charges: possession 5:30 p.m. Englewood and Venice priority is to protect the machines. charged with petty theft, of less than 20 grams of “There have been fire departments structure, even if the On Friday, Sheets was two counts of grand marijuana and possession of some self-evacuations covered the rest of stuff in the woods charged with grand theft theft and three counts of drug paraphernalia. because the fire has North Port while its continues to burn, they and posted bond of burglary to an unoccu- Bond: $2,000. come very, very close to firefighters battled the flank the area and $2,500. pied dwelling. He was • Richard Allen Conley, 49, some of the homes,” blaze. North Port Fire protect the structures.” Sheets also reportedly held on $20,500 bond. Port Charlotte homeless. Frantz added. Many Rescue planned to E-mail: escott@ broke into vending Long was charged Charge: retail theft. 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  • 20. Our Town Page 8 C www.sunnewspapers.net LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 Flu meds arrive in county; self-reliance, not panic urged By CAROL SAKOWITZ Department offices on Those doses will go to county schools public were recommendations to but still urge vigilance. NORTH PORT Ringling Boulevard. pharmacies in North Port support services. wash hands frequently, Panelists said a second ASSISTANT EDITOR Heymann said that a plan and Venice, in addition to In his introductory cover mouths when wave of the flu can be SARASOTA — Fifty-five for distribu- other county sites, he remarks, Buchanan said coughing, use paper expected in the fall and cases of Tamiflu from the tion is being said. the swine flu virus was tissues for coughs and that type could prove to nation’s stockpile made. Heymann said no unique because it is a new discard them immedi- be stronger. currently are in Sarasota “We are Tamiflu doses will go to virus without a vaccine. ately, and stay home from Using the 1918 Spanish County, ready to be prepared for Englewood; however, the He said the public should work or school if flu-like flu as an example, distributed if swine flu eventual drug should be available not panic in addressing symptoms appear. Gordillo said the first wave comes to the area, an cases in through commercial the pandemic (which the Buchanan said business was mild but the second emergency management Sarasota,” pharmacies. World Health owners should “make wave was more virulent, official said Monday BUCHANAN Heymann “There’s not a lack of Organization ranked at considerations for the killing 20 million to during a public forum said. medication,” he said. level 5 Monday). working family,” if 40 million. held by U.S. Rep. Vern Nine Florida counties The five-member panel Buchanan said with employees follow recom- Pritchard said the Buchanan, R-Sarasota. — Sarasota County is not assembled for the forum regard to closing U.S. mendations to stay home. recommendations being Dr. William “Bill” one — currently have also included Dr. Manuel borders, “We’re not close “I have businesses,” made by medical and Heymann, county recorded five confirmed Gordillo, Sarasota County to anything like that.” Buchanan said. “That’s emergency management medical executive cases of swine flu, labeled Hospital infection preven- Personal responsibility, what I would do.” personnel are based “on director, told the 40 H1N1 by officials, and 15 tion and control depart- which is the theme of the A number of questions the best information we people gathered in the probable cases. ment; Scott Pritchard, county’s emergency plan from the public addressed have now.” County Commission Following the forum, county epidemiologist; Ed this year, was repeated a contradiction from “There is still a lot we chambers that the large Heymann said there are McCrane, county emer- throughout the one-hour panels who say swine flu have to learn,” he said. portion of the federal thousands of doses in the gency management chief; forum. Chief among has proved to be no more E-mail: csakowitz@ supply is at the Health county health system. and Sherri Reynolds, preventatives to swine flu serious than seasonal flu sun-herald.com North Port’s Chancellor detoured for drainage project By ED SCOTT quent, but with 81 miles STAFF WRITER of waterways and named DETOUR DETAILS NORTH PORT — canals on more than 103 Chancellor Boulevard between Slowly, but deliberately, square miles of property, Eppinger Drive and Fountain the city hopes to improve and funding tight, city Street will be closed to traffic more than 100 dilapi- staff is preparing the 40- for approximately 90 days. dated water control year-old stormwater Westbound traffic is being structures, many of system for major flooding detoured from Chancellor which were installed by events. Boulevard southward onto General Development Water control struc- Cornelius Boulevard, west onto Corp. during the 1960s. tures regulate the flow of Chamberlain Boulevard, and “They’ve been around water in North Port’s north on Eppinger Drive, back a long time,” said above-ground drainage to Chancellor Boulevard. Marcello Ranalli, an system. The city is Eastbound traffic will be engineer with the city. repairing or replacing old detoured in reverse. “These things are pretty structures at a time when construction costs are and pavement markings old and they have been low. during construction, in a water environment Due to the $1 million according to the city’s so they get corroded very Chancellor Waterway Web site. easily.” project, Chancellor The Chancellor project, The city presently is Boulevard between jointly managed and improving three struc- Eppinger Drive and funded by the city of tures on the Apollo, Fountain Street will be North Port and Charlotte Cheshire and Jupiter closed to traffic for County, includes waterways — which start approximately 90 days. constructing a storm on Hillsborough The project began drain and water main Boulevard and proceed through Charlotte Wednesday of last week. installation. The work is County — and another Motorists, bicyclists located on Chancellor on the Cocoplum and pedestrians should Boulevard just east of Waterway. use extreme caution and Salford Boulevard, SUN PHOTO BY ED SCOTT, escott@sun-herald.com Rain has been infre- observe all traffic signs bordered by the city of North Port engineer Marcello Ranalli points to the gates in a water control structure North Port and on the Cocoplum Waterway. P, Nash A Family Tradition Of Northwest Port Charlotte. ture. property and pool, partially funded by the Cataract & Laser Institute Excellence In Eye Care Cocoplum project The contractor including the palm trees state. BOTOX® TREATMENTS installed Aqua Dams — along the canal, because “If we had more money The Chancellor project giant, water-filled inner “that’s why we bought the we could do more of FREE CONSULTATIONS is one of two stormwater tubes — on either side of place. It’s a beautiful site.” this,” Ranalli said. “It’s projects currently under the Cocoplum gates, tough. When it’s been dry 629-EYES (3937) way. The other is a which kept workers dry Customer service for a while, people tend Eric A. Nash, M.D., New Port Charlotte Location $300,000 project but irritated at least one to forget about the water F.A.C.S 18401 Murdock Circle 2007 repairing a water control canal resident. John Meanwhile, officials problems that we have structure on the Pravdica told Ranalli knocked on the doors of here in North Port. North Voted Charlotte County’s all of the homes near the 342112 Cocoplum Waterway. Monday that the project Port is very flat. We have a Best Ophthalmologist resulted in an algae Chancellor project. lot of water here when it Work began in March and will conclude later growth on his waterfront Providing good customer rains. These structures this month. property. service is one reason the have to work. Otherwise, In many cases, the city “Once the water starts Florida Stormwater the water starts to back NASIR KHALIDI, M.D. will replace corrugated metal structures with flowing again, it might clear up some of that,” Association gave the city stormwater management up in people’s yards.” For more information, NEUROLOGY concrete structures. Ranalli told him. program an Outstanding call either the city of ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY ELECTROMYOGRAPHY “Hopefully this thing will When the Cocoplum Achievement Award last North Port at 941-429- • Unsteadiness/Muscle Weakness be here for a lot longer project is completed and year. 7090 or Charlotte County than it was originally,” the high water level Both projects use funds at 941-575-3639. • Seizures or Blackouts Ranalli said of the returns, Pravdica will be from the Road and • Stroke/Slurred Speech/Head Injury Cocoplum gated struc- better able to enjoy his Drainage District and are E-mail: escott@sun-herald.com • Tremors/Twitches/Myasthenia Gravis Most Insurances Accepted | AREA SUMMER CAMPS Harbor Professional Centre Educare camps material will be provided by and June 22-26. 8 a.m.- 3420 TAMIAMI TRAIL • SUITE 3 • PORT CHARLOTTE, FLORIDA Educare Learning Center. 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  • 21. The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS C www.sunnewspapers.net Our Town Page 9 Building on a dream: NAACP celebrates unity By ERIN BROEMEL with their life, with their SUN CORRESPONDENT blood. It is up to us to Forty years ago, a black remember it and pass that man stood before the story on.” Washington Monument The Rev. Gary McNealy, and told everyone in a visiting minister from America of his dream. Clewiston, delivered the Today, people are contin- sermon that night, uing the dream — and the focusing on passing down mission — of Dr. Martin the stories that are the Luther King Jr. backbone of the NAACP. On Sunday night, the McNealy described the NAACP Charlotte County sufferings and trials that Branch 5093 came continue to this day in the together at St. Marks quest for peace and Missionary Baptist acceptance. He also told Church in Punta Gorda to the audience how impor- celebrate the unity of all tant it is for everyone to people from all walks of tell the stories of the life. beginnings of the NAACP This was the second and to lay the foundation year the NAACP has for a new generation. celebrated a “Unity “There was a time when SUN PHOTOS BY ERIN BROEMEL Service.” The theme of the no one saw a need for the service was “Dreams NAACP,” McNealy said. Josephine Qualls celebrates at the NAACP Unity Service Become a Reality.” “But we are needed now on Sunday night. “Freedom did not come just as much as back Frontier Days in Bayshore through 13. Branch free,” said the Rev. Louis then.” Live Oak Park on officials said they are Anderson Jr., president of The Charlotte County Bayshore Drive. hoping to attract new NAACP Charlotte County Branch President, the Rev. the newly re-formed Branch of the NAACP will Membership is $30 per members who are willing Louis Anderson, reflects on the past and urges to keep Charlotte County NAACP hold a membership drive year for adults, and $15 to volunteer on various up the fight for equality during the NAACP Unity Service branch. “Someone paid Saturday at Florida for children ages 1 committees. at St. Marks Missionary Baptist Church. City, county, schools update one another By PAMELA STAIK status of growth manage- In 2004, the county from 2004’s permitting six schools destroyed by changes and concur- STAFF WRITER ment in the county and approved a total of 3,558 total of 124 to 100 in Hurricane Charley in rency, which deals with a MURDOCK — city to the construction permits. After a slight 2005. While there was a 2004 have completed the community’s infrastruc- Members of the Punta progress the school gain to 4,619 in 2005, slight gain in 2006 to 118 rebuilding phase, with ture being able to handle Gorda City Council, the district has made permitting fell county- permits, the city saw a Charlotte High School residential growth so that Charlotte County School following Hurricane wide to 3,030 in 2006 and significant decrease to 37 being the last to the schools can maintain Board and the Charlotte Charley in 2004. to 1,112 in 2007. permits in 2007. As was complete construction. a certain level of class- County Commission met One interesting report However, the lowest seen at the county level, However, students were room services. Monday during their reviewed by the county figure reported in the year four of the trend saw welcomed back into the For more information annual tri-board work- and city staff was a four-year trend was in the lowest figure with 28 high school’s historic on topics discussed shop meeting. comparison of the 2008, as only 582 permits permits approved. three-story building in during the joint work- Here, staff members number of residential were obtained. Keeping on the topic of April. shop meeting, visit from the three boards building permits This downward cycle building progress, school Other school-related www.charlottefl.com. updated one another on obtained between 2004 was also evident in Punta staff was proud to topics discussed included everything from the and 2008. Gorda, which saw a drop announce that five of the the status of boundary E-mail: pstaik@sun-herald.com | COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS I f , Democratic choices which include visits or daily phone calls V 1 Women’s Club recycling, buying recycled to seniors who are well products and local enough to live indepen- You can’t catch them if you don’t know where they are! The Democratic products, reducing energy dently but could use a Check out the Fish Finder every Women’s Club of usage, using public friend to chat or visit. For Thursday, only in WaterLine, only in Charlotte County will hold its next meeting transportation, and updating your home to be more information, call Wendy at 941-613-2299. --- SUN?Ew from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. more energy efficient. May 11 at the Rebecca Information about Lodge, 222 Brown St., purchasing a “green Yoga and Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle Punta Gorda. Registration home” and what can be kayaking trip Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Lewis and refreshments start at done to green your The Yoga Sanctuary and 10:30 a.m., with the current home will be Big Kids Kayaking will ACROSS meeting to follow. All available at the homes. offer a Yoga and Kayaking 1 Cab fare Democratic women are These homes may be Adventure trip from 9 a.m. calculator invited to join the group. toured at the following to 1 p.m. Saturday from 6 Old saw For more information, locations: 22146 Belinda Laishley Park, 100 E. Retta 11 Jazz style call 941-833-4740. Ave., Port Charlotte and Esplanade, Punta Gorda. 14 One at __ The public is invited to 15 __ dancer 20439 Dial St., Port discover the natural 16 Game with Skip Christian Charlotte. 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For a Capricorn Blvd. The The trip cost is $65 per 25 Distance reservation, mail your program will begin at person. For more infor- runners check no later than Friday 1 p.m. with a tribute and mation, call 941-505-9642 27 “Who cares?” for $14 payable to: Punta flowers will be given to all or visit www.theyoga 30 Sesame Street Gorda/Port Charlotte mothers in attendance. A sanctuary.biz. grouch CWC, 3941 Tamiami Trail, dinner will follow. So no 31 Discount rack Unit 3157-303, Punta one is left out of the Las Vegas event abbr. By David W. Cromer 5/5/09 Gorda, FL 33950. festivities, there will be 32 Correct, as text two dinner seatings Leadership Charlotte 34 Dispenser of 68 “I’m with you, Monday’s Puzzle Solved Cancellations are neces- available. 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  • 22. VIEWPOINT Page 10 D/E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net Derek Dunn-Rankin — President David Dunn-Rankin — Publisher Chris Porter — Editor Brian Gleason — Editorial page editor Stephen Baumann — Editorial writer Howard James — Editorial writer E-mail letter to letters@sun-herald.com Tuesday, May 5, 2009 Give no bonuses | OUR VIEW for bankers’ failure Editor: Yellow again The bailout money for banks and financial institutions was for cameras necessary to avoid complete meltdown. Many taxpayers at intersections realize this, but the million- dollar bonuses paid to the executives is unacceptable. They did a lousy job and OUR POSITION: Both houses of made risky investments which the Legislature passed bills that warrants dismissal, not reward. would have allowed cameras to Our people working for a living catch motorists running red lights. know they get fired for poor But they failed to resolve differ- performance, it’s common ences, so the effort failed in knowledge, so should the conference. That’s for the best. executives. Proceed with caution. The CEOs and powers that be say the bonuses are a T he Florida Legislature got it necessity in order to keep their right this session when it experienced executives on failed to pass a bill allowing board. That is utter nonsense. red-light cameras but strength- There are other financial ened the state’s seat-belt law. people that will do the job, Red-light camera legislation hopefully much better. has inched forward in recent Bonuses should only be years but finally seemed to be on given for outstanding perfor- the road to passage last week. mances not for dismal failure. While proponents have always This must be enforced before insisted the measure was strictly a bailout money is given. Many matter of safety, the state’s current people have incurred heavy budget problems propelled it losses due to the mismanage- onto the fast track. ment of the executives. photovoltaic cells, let’s extinction to our economy. You didn’t have to squint hard to hard to see why. Initial esti- LETTERS TO examine the cost/benefit analysis and the environmen- Conservatism’s greater trust in corporations than govern- Get rid of them, they’ve had their chance. It’s time for a change, new thinking and less mates said a new film-and-fine camera system might bring the THE EDITOR tal impact of converting to this type of power. ment is a recipe for econom- ic extinction. greed. Our taxpayers will foot state $56 million in new-found the bill, but they have no say in Irked about comics? Severin Borenstein, a Frankly, 80 percent of the matter. revenues. That figure grew larger professor at Berkeley’s Haas Americans and 99 percent of Is it too risky for a vote? Yes, and larger, though, which Please, get serious School of Business and the world doesn’t give a hoot attracted increasing support, then it will never be put on a ballot, Editor: director of the UC Energy what America’s conservatives because it would be doomed. proved to be its undoing. I guess according to some Institute, found in his think. So let’s ignore conser- Rightfully, our elected politi- Similar bills passed the House this world would be just fine cost/benefit study that the vatives when making govern- cians must make the decisions, by a 101-7 vote last Monday, then if the local paper got their cost of a solar PV installation ment smart and weeding out that’s their job, and we must the Senate 35-2. Despite that comic section in order, put today is three to four times corporate rot at the top. abide by it. overwhelming support, every- the crossword puzzle in a greater than the benefits of As America makes extinct Walter Klinger thing fell apart in conference late more convenient location the electricity it will produce. financial dinosaurs and North Port Friday. The issue was over how to and Waste Management must PVs require lots of water incompetent CEOs, conser- carve up what looked to be a big pie. be better organized in waste and not salt water to clean vatives can listen to Lim- Thanks to maestra collection. them. Where are we going to baugh or watch the Flint- Rep. Ron Reagan, R-Bradenton, get the additional water? We stones for their Stone Age for bringing beauty who was the prime sponsor of the With an economy in dire straits, two wars being waged, can’t even water our lawns amusement. Enough of the Editor: House bill, told the Bradenton About this time of year, 14 children disappearing from And make sure you get an cavemen with corporate Herald his version of the legisla- years ago, Edison Community their own beds in alarming insurance quote before you clubs; let’s rebuild America tion would have sent more of the College approached Janita numbers and veterans being put PV’s up on your roof in through smart government. money to cities and counties, Hauk, conductor of the subjected to sub-par care, Florida. Conservatives will just say while the Senate version would Charlotte Symphony and you’re concerned with France is the only country no; modern Americans say have kept more for the state. Orchestra. comics? What world are you that has met the Kyoto accord yes we can! The House offered to compro- We were in the early plan- mise by hiking the state’s share living in? I suppose one could goals for greenhouse gas Douglas Kennedy say you have the “ostrich” emissions. France produces Punta Gorda ning stages of a premier event from 20 percent to 30 percent. to open the new campus; we syndrome. nearly 80 percent of its power Not bad. The latest figures could needed an orchestra and a have brought in another $220 I understand some need to with renewable nuclear Please don’t escape the realities that we power. That’s right, there is creative, understanding million. However, according to privatize libraries director in order to proceed. face every day, but may I be no such thing as “nuclear Reagan, the Senate held fast, Janita Hauk was that person. so presumptuous as to waste” anymore since waste Editor: looking for a percentage that What would privatizing our Her enthusiasm quickly suggest utilizing your time in is being recycled. could have yielded $400 million. libraries do? matched ours, and by October worthwhile endeavors, like We have the technology Without resolution, the mea- Think about the money 1996, Charlotte County visiting a VA hospital, corre- right now to power 20,000 sure died. raised for comfortable enjoyed its first Charlotte “Pops sponding with a soldier on homes with a nuclear reactor It was a fitting end to a measure furniture and outfitting the at Sunset” concert on the lawn the front lines or lending the size of a hot tub. Nuclear that was sparked by good inten- meeting rooms plus the of (now) Edison State College. assistance to those less produces no greenhouse tions, but fueled by greed. We children’s areas to excite Janita’s willingness to create fortunate than you. gases. don’t doubt the conviction and them with reading, providing programs to suit our themes If your biggest angst in life Solar is pie in the sky, just passion of those, like Reagan, computers and instructing and to lead her fine musicians is how the comics are pre- like it was in the late 1970s who have long fought for this on their use. Would a compa- through all the vagaries of sented, then I envy your when all those solar tax legislation. We just didn’t think ny use profits to do this? Florida weather, brought ability to turn off and tune credits went into the pools of cameras would solve the prob- Would members volunteer thousands of happy listeners to out what you find offensive, homeowners in Southern lem. The one certain result would for a company’s profit? How the concerts and many except for of course, the California. have been the institution of a self- could the Friends exist? There thousands of dollars to the perpetuating revenue machine comics. Steve Horrigan endowment, which provides I find your rantings offen- North Port would be no bookstore. No that would never have been more donated videos, books scholarships of various kinds sive. Get yourself involved in to the students of the Charlotte dismantled, even if it proved to be ineffective. real world problems, make a Conservatives and children’s items. Campus. difference. Comics? What about the library Both sides in the national back in Stone Age employees? Would the county Janita, your retirement debate over cameras have trotted Lawrence A. Mould saddens all of us at Edison Port Charlotte Editor: make sure their lives are not out studies to back up their State. You have added beauty Most conservatives consid- thrown away in the corporate to our stage and sophistication claims. However, studies tend to show West Village er government the problem. quest for a bottom line? to our musical evenings. They’re right, conservative Would the children’s summer dangerous T-bone crashes drop bullies unwanted government is a problem. reading program continue? On behalf of the campus somewhat, while rear-end president, Dr. Patricia Land, Editor: Conservatives see three Who pays? the faculty and staff and all of collisions rise even more. That’s Somehow, another “bully” workers watch another fill a A library is the heartbeat of because in people in places with our students, we thank you. emerged in our neighbor- pothole and want less a community. It’s a social You are a unique and amazing cameras tend to slam on their hood, West Village. government. relationship, lender and brakes when they see yellow, even woman. So, you, the West Villagers, However, they overlook borrower, a trust between us. though stopping short may be CEOs playing 18 holes of golf. In these hard times, will the Cort Frohlich are ashamed to belong to the more dangerous than clearing the city of North Port? Oh, I know, A CEO is paid 400 times as county utilize the power of its Punta Gorda intersection. “your dogs are better than much as a middle-class citizenry? Should they call for A 2005 Washington Post study worker. For a foursome, that’s us to help? Can enhanced What about ours?” of red-light cameras in the We, the proud North 1,600 workers watching a golf volunteerism be used to illegals entering? District over a six-year period Porters do not want you, the ball. Icelandic conservatism lower costs? What way will showed the program was a wash: Editor: West Villagers. Stay away ruined Iceland; American they go? All of the efforts to screen fewer side impacts, but more from us. I happen to live in conservatism has brought I have volunteered at my people coming into the rear-end collisions. One clear Warm Mineral Springs, North America to its knees. library since 2004. When I’m country for swine flu are result was the $32 million in Port, for 33 years and I and Conservatives (that reject there I feel I belong; it’s our praiseworthy. The efforts at the revenues. 55,000 other North Porters evolution) trust Darwin’s building and becomes what border crossing points and Money also may have played a are very happy without West survival of the fittest works we make of it. Maybe we will airports, etc. part in tightening Florida’s seat Village bullies. well for corporations. Survival have a few less hours of But in the back of my mind I belt laws, but this measure made of the fittest saw dinosaurs on operation or turn the lights have to wonder how the perfect sense and the greed was Peter Jacynicz North Port top. lower, but we will keep it government plans to protect less evident. Seat belt usage will Today’s corporate survivors going. the American public from the be mandatory as of June 1, and We will not let this essential police will be able to ticket Solar energy are dinosaurs like AIG, GM thousands of illegal aliens who and Citibank. Dinosaurian element of our society close, swarm across our Swiss-cheese anyone they see violating the law. is pie in the sky banks and insurers champi- so don’t take our library away border unchecked and Now, they must first have another oned by conservatives have from us. unaccounted for every day? Editor: reason to pull someone over. Before we get all touchy- caused massive unemploy- Bill Kupper Ray Black With this in place, the state will feelie about solar ment and nearly brought Sarasota Arcadia be eligible to receive $35.5 million in federal funding, a fact that likely brought some legislators on board. | LETTER SUBMISSION POLICY the number of letters received, we are able to run only one letter per person per month. The Letters to the Editor section is designed as a public forum for community discourse and the opinions and statements made in letters are solely those of the individual There is no doubt that everyone Letters are welcome on virtually any subject, but we do have some rules. Please keep them writers. The newspaper takes no responsibility for the content of these letters. Please should buckle up, though,like it less than 250 words. Letters will be edited for length as well as grammar and spelling. All send or bring correspondence to the Sun, Letters to the Editor, 23170 Harborview or not. 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  • 23. Tuesday, May 5, 2009/ The Sun VIEWPOINT www.sunnewspapers.net E/C Page 11 CCU charges, fines for heavy water users is piracy A John Hitzel hoy mates, check back to the April 8 Charlotte Sun edi- Hitzel is a member of the Charlotte torial, “Drier times means County Curmudgeon Club. Readers tougher water rules.” Is may reach him at curclub@ there a rational reason embarqmail.com. Charlotte County has, by far, the greatest penalty for first time offenders of the to Oct. 1, 2008 would have Tampa now tougher water been an aggregate of 7.2 (Hillsbor- regulations when com- percent. Since the emer- ough pared to other Southwest gency rates have been put County) $100, Pasco Florida counties? into effect the actual County $130 and Pinellas The editorial caused me increase in the two year County $188. to look into CCU water period is 19 percent. A little more research How do we compare reveals Charlotte County rates. What I found was with nearby counties? CCU to have the highest water that in the name of has by far the highest rates rates when compared to conservation Charlotte in the area. No other juris- other county or city County CCU customers jurisdictions in Southwest are being robbed as surely diction in the area has two rate schedules. That is, no Florida. Comparisons are as if pirates where holding not always apples to a gun on us. emergency rate schedule to penalize citizens in the apples. I have not tried to Did you know that compare base charges or Charlotte County commis- name of conservation. Charlotte County’s $250 charges other than the sioners agreed to five years amounts for single family of annual water rate first time penalty for water restriction violations is the residence usage which in increments per schedules Charlotte County starts at that included regular and highest in the area. The effect range from $2.35 to increases in the region the price of Charlotte $4.49 per thousand emergency rate schedules Sun noted DeSoto and $6.12. Charlotte County’s without justification. Also, County water. Their gallons. The rate increases with automatic minimum Sarasota counties’ first- in 6,000-gallon increments rate for the first 6,000 reconsider the need for an mission statement uses increases each Oct. 1 for time water restriction to $12.80 per thousand for gallons is 90.83 percent emergency rate schedule. such words as sufficient, the five years? penalty to be $50 and $100 26,000 gallons and over. more than the average. No other county sees the high-quality, safe, reliable The emergency rate respectively. Other counties’ lowest and The aggregate rate is need. Additionally, subject and sustainable. Nowhere schedule, designed to Water shortage condi- highest amount charges 103.65 percent more. I call CCU to the same perfor- in the statement is a punish users of more than tions in some counties to were as follows: Sarasota that piracy. mance-based budgeting as reference to efficiency. 6,000 gallons per month is the north of us have County $2.32 to $11.73, Solutions are up to the currently being performed. Commissioner Loftus an aggregate of 31.2 recently been raised from Lee County $2.84 to $5.43, BCC. Rescind the $250 Apply any budget savings should push for an percent greater than the extreme to critical condi- Tampa City $1.35 to $4.06, excessive first time penalty to a reduction in water appropriate addition to regular rate. The BCC tion. Charlotte and Hillsborough County $1.96 to the $25 approved in rates. Finally the Peace their mission statement. authorized CCU to charge surrounding counties are to $5.09, Pinellas County October 2007. Next, River Manasota Regional Citizens and commis- emergency rates Jan. 1, at the extreme condition. $4.28 to $4.28, Pasco overturn the October 2007 Water Supply Authority sioners, it is time to end 2007. The emergency rates Those counties with County $2.30 to $4.72 and approval authorizing CCU has a great influence on the CCU water piracy. remain in effect until critical water shortage Manatee County $1.69 to to automatically raise rescinded by BCC. Had conditions also have lower $7.53. Is anybody close? water rates annually. That r-- JOIN US FOR regular rates remained in first time water restriction The average of the simply leads the highest effect the water usage increase from Oct. 1, 2006 penalties than Charlotte County as follows: City of nearby jurisdictions water usage rates currently in priced water in the region to have the highest CINCO de MAYO! 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  • 24. Our Town Page 12 C www.sunnewspapers.net LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 ‘there’s 4e :f _ k? ' Audrianna Buttz, • ? I junior, dances . , A the night away a party F I ? r with friends. 1 1+ + going on right here’ Y 14 S U N P H O T O S B Y B E T S Y W I L L I A M S Charlotte High School’s Junior-Senior Prom was held Saturday at the new Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center in Punta Gorda, where hundreds took to the dance floor. Elizabeth Irk Summers, senior, Jordan Bridges, freshman, Marie Becnel, junior, Clifford Rice, freshman, Hayley Hogan, junior, and Brandon Sheena Conroy, sophomore, and Zach Jones, junior, take advantage of one II , Blondun, sophomore, enjoy pre-prom of the few slow songs played at the Junior-Senior Prom. activities at Bayshore Park. Right: Senior Tayt Jones (center) dances with friends at his last prom. Kyle Midgett, junior, Troy McClary, Juniors Jordan Butler, Chris senior, and Nick Stephenson, junior, Joyce and Coco Andrews at hang loose during the pre-prom Bayshore Park where the gathering at Bayshore Park. traditional pre-prom activities k 47 .3 ?? took place this year. Below: Seniors Nick Below: Juniors Zach Nordstrom, Glastonbury and Elizabeth Miki Matrullo, Andraya Jackson and Sheridan take advantage Doug Harris pose in between dinner of the great scenery and dancing. at Bayshore Park for fun photos. Jake Foley and Alyssa Fleming, seniors, enjoy their last pre-prom activities and prom before graduating this year. - •_ ? s a . . o 4wn • Seniors Brittany Fining, Sarah Merriman, Emily Right: Adam Armstrong, ’08 Community Christopherson, Christian alumnus, Julie Mason, senior, Larisa Evoy and Brennen Rueff, ’08 CHS alumnus, and Sarah Gordon Michelle Minerich, senior, pose for photos pose for photos under the pavilion at Bayshore Park at Bayshore before the prom. Park. S A M U I Dressed to impress, Alex Leonard, Alec Asher, Dillon Vitale and Nick Patel joined hundreds of Charlotte High students for photos at Bayshore Park before going to A ? 1 4 .. y T their Junior-Senior Prom at the Charlotte Harbor Event and Senior Brandon Baptiste goes all out Conference Center. f dancing with friends and classmates.
  • 25. Charlotte finds its stride at right time SUNSPORTS •PAGE 2 Tuesday, May 5, 2009 www.sunnewspapers.net Sports editor: Patrick Obley O’S OUST RAYS Baltimore brings big bats in 8-4 victory •PAGE 6
  • 26. Sports Page 2 D/E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net SPORTS The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 PREP BASEBALL: REGION 5A-3 PLAYOFFS | QUICK HITS Tarpons find their stride Survivor of Bluffton bus crash graduates BLUFFTON, Ohio — Two deserves. Haynesworth was indicted in March by a grand jury on charges of reckless driving and having an expired registra- tion for an incident Dec. 13. Charlotte’s route to title years ago, Tim Berta was fight- Haynesworth was driving a black Ferrari went through trying times ing to survive head injuries that left him in a coma follow- when he tried to pass Edmonson’s car, which crashed into the concrete median ing a bus crash that killed five on Interstate 65. By ROB SHORE Haynesworth signed a seven-year, SPORTS WRITER Bluffton University baseball $100 million contract with the Redskins Josh Corr never lost faith, even though there players. on Feb. 27. were plenty of times throughout the 2009 sea- A year later, he was learning son that you would not have blamed the to walk and read again. ■ STEELERS CUT LB FOOTE, WHO Charlotte baseball coach if he had. Now he’s a college graduate WANTS MORE PLAYING TIME: In Junior Jake Foley didn’t lose the confidence and planning to go to nursing Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Steelers school. released starting inside linebacker Larry that the Tarpons belonged Foote, a move expected since Foote in the regional playoffs. As “When they told me I would Tonight’s Charlotte stumbled into the never do it, that just fueled me, asked to be traded or cut. Foote has started every Steelers game District 5A-12 tournament by losing three of its last because if you tell me, ‘You’re not ever going to do this,’ well, game for five seasons, including their Super Bowl victories last season and REGIONAL four games, senior Dillon I’m going to do it,” he said. after the 2005 season. But he was PLAYOFFS Vitale wasn’t at all fazed. Doctors didn’t think Berta, unhappy with coming off the field on Seminole (20-8) It was that sort of 24, of Ida, Mich., would ever passing downs for Lawrence Timmons, a at Charlotte (18-10), walk again, let alone finish the 2007 first-round draft pick. 7 p.m. resilience that saw the With Timmons ready to start, Foote Tarpons to the regional four courses he needed to get told the Steelers last week he wanted to playoffs for the first time his biology degree. be traded or released. The Steelers cut since 2005 and saw them win their first district SUN PHOTO BY ROB SHORE He suffered critical damage him after failing to find a team willing to title since 2001. That is all the more impressive Junior second baseman Jake Foley throws to first to areas of his brain that con- deal a draft pick for him. when Corr and others will tell you this group during a drill Monday at Charlotte High School. trol his muscles and speech. might not even be as good as last year’s team — Foley leads the Tarpons with a .432 batting average He also broke all of his ribs on ■ LAUREN JACKSON RETURNS TO the top-seed that got bounced out in the first entering tonight’s game against Seminole. the left side, his collarbone and SEATTLE STORM: In Seattle, two-time a shoulder blade. MVP Lauren Jackson is staying in round. Charlotte 1-0 in their next game. Seattle. “We’re staying humble — we learned a lot last ■ Add those to winning the district tourna- He eventually recovered and An unrestricted free agent for the first year after starting out 14-0,” Vitale said. “We’re a learned to walk again. He com- time in her career, Jackson signed a ment after that bumpy run-in. good team, not a powerhouse like last year.” pleted his degree by taking one-year deal Monday to remain with Corr thinks the Tarpons’ success is as simple That says quite a lot when this year’s team classes online. the Storm, who she helped lead to the as the team having short memories — not let- WNBA title in 2004. still had players such as Foley (.432, 6 home ting the bad losses stay with them. With the ■ SPREAD OF SWINE FLU AFFECTS The Australian native and six-time All- runs), Brad Carlton (.338), Ryan Brnovich (.342 ) and Alec Asher on the mound (6-2, 1.88 ERA). highs this team has experienced this year, PREP EVENTS IN FLA, NM: The spread Star decided to return to Seattle rather doubt was never a problem, particularly with of the swine flu has affected high than join the Phoenix Mercury. Financial But if you only look at the team on paper, you school sports in two more states, with terms of the deal were not disclosed, will not see the whole story. Corr running a steady ship. New Mexico postponing athletic events but head coach Brian Agler said the If you ask the players the difference between “I don’t think I ever lost confidence,” Foley and Florida granting athletes pulled one-year contract was Jackson’s wish, last year’s squad and this year’s district champi- said. “It was all mental for us.” from a state track championship the and that conversations about a multi- onship team, you will get a myriad of answers. “Coach didn’t get after us after a tough loss,” chance to compete in a separate meet year deal have been positive. Carlton thinks this year’s team has more heart. Carlton said. “He just said, ‘It doesn’t matter later. Vitale believes this group is more relaxed. Foley until the district tournament.’ And it paid off.” The swine flu outbreak had already ■ VENUS WILLIAMS MAKES The payoff tonight is Seminole, a team with a forced the cancellation or postpone- WINNING START AT ITALIAN OPEN: At thinks this year’s team has more spunk. ment of sporting events across the Rome, Venus Williams needed three sets Corr has a different answer entirely, though tradition that Corr would dearly love to repli- country last week, affecting everything to win her opening match at the Italian he agrees last year’s squad had more raw cate. The Warhawks have been to the playoffs from prep contests in Texas and Open, beating Lucie Safarova of the talent. for the past 12 years and won’t be at all fazed by Alabama to a college baseball road trip Czech Republic 6-2, 4-6, 6-2. “Were we more talented last season?” Corr the trip to Punta Gorda. in Delaware. “I was OK with the match being a lit- asked. “Probably. But we didn’t have the ability This week, Florida’s Hillsborough tle longer,” Williams said. “I just I want But then, that mentality the Tarpons coach County School District closed Freedom to hit balls. In a way, it’s not too bad to to bounce back from a bad inning or a bad trumpets comes into play here, too. High School in Tampa and two middle go three sets. “ game.” “They asked questions about their record, schools because students from those She appeared to take control of the And there were a few times they needed to do schools are among the five suspected clay-court match in the first set, firing that. how hard does their pitcher throw, is their No. 4 cases of swine flu in the county. None eight aces and as many winners in 28 ■ After an 8-0 loss to Port Charlotte on March hitter a big-time power guy?” Corr said. “But of the cases has been confirmed. minutes. 13, the Tarpons defeated area power Sarasota 8- when the lights come on, the biggest key is Freedom High’s athletic director 7 three days later. playing baseball the same way we’ve been play- decided to cancel all sporting events, ■ KIEFER ADVANCES INTO 2ND ■ The Tarpons responded to a troubling 9-6 ing it.” including participation by about 10 ath- ROUND AT BMW OPEN: At Munich, letes in the 3A state track meet in sixth-seeded Nicolas Kiefer has beaten loss to Venice on March 31 by edging Port E-mail: shore@sun-herald.com Orlando on Friday. Ernests Gulbis of Latvia 2-6, 6-3, 6-2 in The Florida High School Athletic wet conditions to reach the second | COMMUNITY CALENDAR Association said that athletes who miss the state meet because of swine flu concerns would be allowed to compete round of the BMW Open. Kiefer was down 3-1 in the second set when he began his comeback. The Swimming fundamentals and will include daily competitions and daily games. Each camper will receive a T-shirt and camp ball. The in a makeup meet on May 16. Their results would be compared with those 31-year-old German is playing the clay- court tournament in Munich for the first Sign up to swim with the Blue Fins: The Charlotte County cost of the camp is $50 with family discounts available. Week 2 logged during Friday’s 3A meet. time since 2002. Blue Fins are offering a summer swimming league beginning in is for boys in grades 5-8 and will run from 9 a.m.-noon on June Philipp Kohlschreiber, the 2007 May and running through August. Any child between the ages of 15-18. This camp is designed for the most serious basketball ■ ASTON VILLA BEATS HULL: At champion, also advanced when Bjorn 5-18 is eligible; must be comfortable in the water and able to players and will focus on fundamentals and advanced team play. Birmingham, England, Aston Villa ended Phau had to retire because of a hand swim one length unassisted. Registration and evaluations are The cost of this camp is $50. Please contact Bill Specht at Port a 12-game winless streak, beating Hull injury while trailing 6-2, 2-1 in an all- Monday through Thursday from 4:00-5:30 p.m. at the South Charlotte High School at 255-7485 ext. 3107 for flyers and 1-0 Monday in the English Premier German match. information. League to clinch a berth in next sea- In other first-round matches, Mikhail County Regional Park pool in Punta Gorda. son’s Europa League. Youzhni of Russia defeated Ivo Minar of For more information, call Jeff at 941-661-1080 or visit the John Carew scored his 14th goal of Charlotte hosting hoops camps: The Charlotte boys basket- the Czech Republic 6-3, 7-6 (5) and Web site www.CCSwim.org. the season in the 34th minute, helping Jeremy Chardy of France beat Evgeny ball team will be hosting a series of camps designed to improve basketball skills. Session 1 is a day camp on June 22-25, where Villa (16-9-10) move into fifth place, Korolev of Russia 6-3, 6-3. Basketball the emphasis will be improving all facets of basketball. Cost is $100. Session 2 is a league camp on June 29-July 2 with two points ahead of Everton (15-9-11). Hull created few problems for Brad ■ RECRUIT WALL CHARGED WITH Port Charlotte camps coming up: Port Charlotte High School instruction given on 1-on-1, 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 team concepts. Friedel, Villa’s American goalkeeper. BREAKING AND ENTERING: At Raleigh, will be hosting two basketball camps this summer. The first is Cost is $50. Session 3 is a shooting camp on July 6-8 where Villa can no longer catch Arsenal (19- N.C., one of the nation’s most sought- open to boys and girls in grades1-9 and will take place the campers will work on all techniques of shooting. For more infor- 5-11) for fourth but is assured a place after basketball recruits has been week of June 8-11. Grades 1-5 will run 9-11:30 a.m. and mation, call Charlotte coach Tom Massolio at 941-815-6099. in the successor to the UEFA Cup. Hull charged with a misdemeanor breaking grades 6-9 will run from 12:30-3 p.m. This camp will focus on — Staff reports (8-17-10) has won just one of its last and entering after police found him 19 games and is in 17th place, three walking out of a vacant house in North points above the relegation zone with Carolina, police said. You ve three games to go. Got It! 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  • 27. Tuesday, May 5, 2009/ The Sun PRO BASKETBALL www.sunnewspapers.net D/E/N/C Sports Page 3 NBA PLAYOFFS: MAGIC 95, CELTICS 90 Howard, Orlando hold off Boston BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 6.6 seconds left to make it a three- Kendrick Perkins had 16 rebounds Boston BOSTON — Dwight Howard point game, but J.J. Redick went 4-for- for Boston, but Rondo and Allen both Celtics returned from his one-game suspen- 4 from the line in the last 14 seconds to went 2 of 12 from the field. The Magic forward Glen sion to get 16 points and 22 rebounds ice it. had a cold spell of their own in the Davis, right, Monday night and help the Orlando “We got complacent as a team, fourth quarter, going just 5 of 20 from blocks a Magic hold off the late-charging stopped doing what we did to get the the field to lose most of a huge lead dunk by Boston Celtics 95-90 in the opener of lead and against a good Celtics team that had the Boston fans booing. Orlando the Eastern Conference semifinals. you can’t do that,” Howard said. “I’m Boston had just one day off since Magic center not happy with the way we ended the eliminating the Chicago Bulls in a Dwight The Magic opened a 28-point lead game.” 3 best-of-seven series — 7 ⁄4, actually — Howard early in the second half before Boston during the cut the deficit to 91-87 in the final 2 Pierce scored 16 of his 23 points in one many consider the best first- first quarter minutes. The Celtics had several the second half and Rajon Rondo had round playoff series in NBA history. Monday in chances to come within one posses- 14 points, 10 rebounds and eight The teams played a record four over- Boston. sion — the best Ray Allen’s 3-pointer assists. time games and seven overtime peri- that rimmed out with 43 seconds left. Game 2 is Wednesday night in ods in all — nearly three extra quarters Paul Pierce made a 3-pointer with Boston. of basketball. AP PHOTO $20 $1600 $1200 Twilight before Noon after Noon (after 4pm) AP PHOTO With his Cleveland Cavaliers teammates behind him, LeBron James accepts the NBA Most Valuable Player award during a ceremony at James’ high school, St. Vincent-St. Mary High School, in Akron, Ohio on Monday. James grabs MVP Cavaliers superstar Bryant, last year’s winner, got two first- place votes and finished with 698 points. May Rates outraces field for AM Mon.PM & Weekends Miami guard Dwyane Wade was third $22 $19 with 680 points and was named first on NBA’s top award seven ballots. Orlando center Dwight Howard (328) was fourth followed by New By TOM WITHERS Orleans guard Chris Paul (192). ASSOCIATED PRESS The race was never in doubt. It was AKRON, Ohio — On one of the biggest James all along. days of his life, LeBron James took the “I’m 24 years old and I’m receiving this long way home. award, I never thought it would happen Once inside his hometown’s city limits, this fast,” he said, standing under three James pulled his high-powered Ferrari off state title banners he helped win for the I-77 and drove the back roads to St. Fighting Irish. “I never dreamed about Vincent-St. Mary High School, his alma being MVP but if I said I didn’t enjoy this , mater. award I’d be lying. Hard work pays off and Turning on Maple Street, he went past dreams do come true.” his first house on Hickory. Then, it was James is the first Cavaliers player to win past the one on Silver Street, where his the award. He averaged 28.4 points, 7.6 mother, Gloria, began raising him by her- rebounds and 7.2 assists this season, his self. James visited The Boondocks, where sixth as a pro. He also finished second in he and his friends first dribbled on the voting for defensive player of the year, playgrounds. making him perhaps the league’s most James retraced the steps on Monday. dominant two-way player since Michael His path to NBA superstardom. Jordan. An unstoppable offensive force who Along with a trophy, James was given a became an elite defender this season, new car, which he donated to a local James claimed the league MVP receiving , charity. the award in the gym where he first After learning he won, James knew he became a star. wanted to share it with family and friends. “This is a place where all my dreams He knew there was only one place to do it: started and where I thought they could At his beloved St. V., the school where he become real,” James said. “There’s really was a high school phenom. not a better place.” As James — who got a police escort for The Ohio kid anointed King James as a the final miles — drove up about an hour teenager has a new crown. before the ceremony in his metallic gray An MVP vote some expected to be close $225,000 car with W1TNES vanity license was another slam dunk by James. He plates, a crowd chanting “M-V-P” rushed received 109 of a possible 121 first-place into the street outside the school. votes to easily outdistance Kobe Bryant of The scene was more civil later when the Los Angeles Lakers. James totaled James took the stage and was serenaded 367930 1,172 points in balloting by media mem- by hundreds of students sitting in the bers in the U.S. and Canada. same bleachers he used to.
  • 28. Sports Page 4 D/E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net BASEBALL The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 TWINS 7, ROYALS 3, TIGERS 2 DETROIT (AP) — Francisco WHITE SOX 0 KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Zack Don’t we already Liriano finally has something to show for regaining his form. Liriano had a season-high nine Greinke struck out 10 in a six-hit- ter and became the majors’ first six-game winner with his second know all the juicy A-Rod stuff? strikeouts and Michael Cuddyer shutout in four starts, leading the hit a two-run triple in a five-run Kansas City Royals to a 3-0 win seventh, leading the Minnesota over the Chicago White Sox on Twins to a 7-2 win over the Monday night. Detroit Tigers on Monday night. More than 6,500 fans bought By WALLACE MATTHEWS rably sang, “Is that all Liriano (1-4) allowed four hits, walk-up tickets — pushing the matching a season low, and two NEWSDAY there is?” attendance over 21,000 — to runs over 7 1-3 innings to snap watch Greinke pitch and he didn’t NEW YORK — There is If so, that is probably his five-game skid dating to last disappoint. really only one question why Joe Girardi was a lot season. The right-hander baffled the left that Alex Rodriguez calmer on the subject of “This was a great night,” he White Sox all night, working inside needs to answer: Why on The Book before last said. “It’s a big relief to get the and out, up and down, slow and Earth couldn’t you put the night’s game, and why the first win out of the way. Now I fast. Greinke (6-0) didn’t walk a handful of Yankees who don’t have to worry about that toothpaste on the brush batter, dropped his ERA to 0.40 ventured into their over- every time I go out there.” and pushed his majors-leading yourself? AP PHOTO Liriano’s outing was reminis- strikeout total to 54 during his And even that is pretty stuffed pregame club- cent of his outstanding rookie third complete game of the sea- much irrelevant, because house seemed to be Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Aaron Hill tries to tag year. He was 12-3 with a 2.16 son. most of the paste in A- anticipating the immi- second base as Cleveland Indians shortstop Jhonny ERA in 2006 before pain in his Peralta slides in on a throwing error on a force attempt A.J. Pierzynski and Scott Rod’s life has already nent landfall of Hurricane left elbow ended his season, Podsednik each had two hits for been squeezed out of the Alex with a sense of by Jays third baseman Scott Rolen during the fifth inning leading to Tommy John surgery the White Sox, who had just three in Toronto on Monday. tube. eagerness rather than that sidelined him for 2007 and runners reach scoring position limited him to 14 games last As far as the Yankees dread. against Greinke and couldn’t over- LaPorta homers, year. come a shaky start from Bartolo and A-Rod are concerned, “Alex is my friend and I “It’s good to see Frankie pitch- Colon (2-2). the worst of this ridicu- support him and that’s it,” ing with a smile again,” Twins Greinke’s streak of not allowing lous soap opera of an Jorge Posada said. Indians win in 12th manager Ron Gardenhire said. an earned run ended at 43 extended offseason is “Besides, we need our The Tigers, meanwhile, were innings his last outing, when he over. The book, “A-Rod: cleanup hitter back. We somber about their lackluster gave up two to Toronto. He still think he’s gonna make results at the plate. The Many Lives of Alex won the game, striking out eight in Rodriguez,” has been our lineup more bal- TORONTO (AP) — Naturally, trade for CC Sabathia. LaPorta “We haven’t gotten our offense seven innings, and was even bet- when Matt LaPorta hit his first was called up from Triple-A on rolling yet,” manager Jim Leyland ter against Chicago. released, the rehab anced. I mean, Alex is a major league hit, it went a long Saturday and made his major said. “We’ve got too many guys Greinke started off by throwing assignment after hip special player and we’re way. league debut Sunday. not swinging well.” a 72 mph curveball and a 96 surgery is just about com- all looking forward to Out of the park, in fact. Tallet gave up a bunt single One of those players is Magglio mph fastball on consecutive pitch- plete, and the Yankees having him back.” But the former Charlotte High to Ben Francisco, a double to Ordonez, who went 0-for-4 to es to Jayson Nix in the first inning, Sizemore and an RBI fielder’s could have their cleanup Girardi, who on Sunday standout’s homer wasn’t drop his average to .242 this sea- then blew away Alexei Ramirez in enough to keep the Indians choice by Cabrera, giving the hitter back as early as expressed his distaste for son. He had a .317 batting aver- the third with a fastball below the from going into extra innings. Indians a 3-2 lead. age with 103 RBIs last season Friday. “books like that,” Monday chin, a knee-buckling curveball Josh Barfield singled home Toronto reclaimed the lead in and hit an AL-best .363 two years and two more pitches for the Best of all for them, tried to make light of the go-ahead run in the 12th the bottom half on a two-out, ago. strikeout. what had loomed as yet what was an awkward inning and the Cleveland two-run single by Wells, chasing “It’s not frustrating,” Ordonez Greinke made short work of Jim another major clubhouse moment. Asked if he felt Indians beat the Toronto Blue Indians starter Fausto Carmona. said. “I just need to hit.” Thome during Ks in the middle distraction, the release of “an obligation” to read Jays 9-7 on Monday night. Carmona allowed four runs Miguel Cabrera is doing his innings, then got Chicago’s slugger a blockbuster expose on the book, Girardi said, 2 Mark DeRosa opened the and eight hits in 6 ⁄3 innings. He part. He hit a solo homer in the to pop up for the final out, joining walked one and struck out sixth inning — his sixth this sea- the world’s most scruti- “Actually, I was in line at 12th with a double to right off Brett Saberhagen (1987) and Shawn Camp (0-1). One out three. son — and has a .391 batting nized professional ath- the bookstore today when Jose Lima (2003) as the only I got a call from Cash say- later, Luis Valbuena walked and Tallet gave up three runs and average to rank among the AL pitchers in franchise history to win lete, is likely to be a fizzle, Barfield followed with a single five hits a career-high seven leaders. their first six decisions. a one-day story that ing I had to come to the up the middle, scoring DeRosa. innings. He walked three and Detroit’s Edwin Jackson (1-2) Colon wasn’t nearly as efficient. Rodriguez should be able Stadium.” Grady Sizemore capped the struck out five. worked six-plus innings, setting The big right-hander, who’s to put away easier than Waiting a beat for the rally with a two-out, two-run season highs with five earned been so good at Cellular Field, he disposes of a Triple-A laugh, he continued: “No, double into the right-field cor- INDIANS 9, BLUE JAYS 7, 12 INNINGS runs and seven strikeouts. struggled again in a road start, Liriano won for the first time pitcher. I don’t feel the need to ner. working deep into just about every After all, how much of read it. My relationship Rafael Betancourt (1-1) Cleveland Sizemore cf AB 7 R H BI BB SO Avg. 0 2 2 0 1 .243 since Sept. 21, 2008, against count. He threw 98 pitches — 58 pitched two innings for the win. Tampa Bay and had nine strike- an expose can you do on with Alex is face to face, A.Cabrera 2b-ss 7 1 2 2 0 1 .315 for strikes — in five innings, allow- Jensen Lewis came on after V.Martinez c 5 1 1 1 1 0 .379 outs for the first time since a start ing seven hits and three runs, two a man intent on exposing his words and my words, Choo rf 4 0 1 1 1 0 .261 Rafael Perez gave up three hits DeRosa 3b-1b 6 1 2 0 0 2 .241 earlier that month against Detroit. earned, with seven strikeouts. himself first? not third-person words, in the bottom of the 12th, Peralta ss-3b 5 0 0 0 1 1 .198 “He’s very firm for a left-hander Colon hasn’t allowed an earned I confess I haven’t read and that’s the important including an RBI single to Rod Garko 1b 5 1 2 0 0 0 .302 at 91, 92,” Leyland said. “His run in 13 innings at home, but Selena Roberts’ book thing to me.” 3-Valbuena pr-2b 0 1 0 0 1 0 .000 Barajas, and got his first save nasty slider, that’s been his has given up 12 in 14 2-3 innings LaPorta lf b-Dellucci ph 3 1 1 1 2 0 0 .143 0 1 0 0 0 .538 bread-and-butter pitch over the cover to cover, but having It seems Girardi and the by striking out Aaron Hill with 2-Barfield pr-lf 2 2 2 1 0 0 1.000 away from Chicago. plenty of time to thumb rest of the Yankees may runners at first and third. B.Francisco dh 5 1 1 0 0 0 .236 years. It looks like he’s throwing Kansas City scored the not quite as hard as he used to, through Kat O’Brien’s have the opportunity to Cleveland’s first extra-inning Totals 50 9 15 9 4 5 unearned run in the second but he’s very good.” inning, when Podsednik bobbled copy during the nearly go face to face with A-Rod win of the season came after a wild ninth inning when both Toronto AB R H BI BB SO Avg. Alberto Callaspo’s single in right, 21⁄2-hour delay before the as early as this weekend Scutaro ss 6 2 1 0 1 1 .262 TWINS 7, TIGERS 2 start of last night’s in Baltimore after playing teams came within a strike of A.Hill 2b 6 2 2 0 0 2 .360 allowing Jose Guillen to score. victory only to blow the save. Rios rf 6 1 2 0 0 1 .267 Minnesota AB R H BI BB SO Avg. Yankees-Red Sox game at seven innings in the field V.Wells cf 6 0 2 2 0 2 .288 Span cf-lf 5 0 4 1 0 0 .323 ROYALS 3, WHITE SOX 0 Leading 4-3 to begin the Lind lf 4 0 2 1 0 0 .318 A.Casilla 2b 5 0 1 2 0 1 .163 the Stadium, I can tell you and going 1-for-6 with a ninth, Toronto handed the ball 1-Bautista pr-lf 2 0 1 2 0 1 .326 Mauer c 5 0 0 0 0 2 .467 Chicago AB R H BI BB SO Avg. that it was a lot like going home run Monday in Rolen 3b 5 2 2 0 1 0 .312 Morneau 1b 4 1 1 0 0 1 .324 Getz 2b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .311 to right-hander Brandon League Overbay 1b 6 0 1 0 0 1 .239 Kubel dh 3 2 1 0 1 2 .295 J.Nix 3b-rf 4 0 1 0 0 1 .429 to a movie because you Clearwater. because closer Scott Downs Barajas c 5 0 1 2 0 0 .333 Crede 3b 4 1 1 1 0 0 .227 Quentin lf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .233 liked the trailer. “So much of it depends had pitched in three straight Snider dh 3 0 0 0 0 1 .219 Cuddyer rf 3 0 2 3 1 1 .267 Thome dh 4 0 0 0 0 2 .224 a-Millar ph-dh 2 0 1 0 0 1 .341 Delm.Young lf 2 1 0 0 0 1 .266 Konerko 1b 3 0 0 0 0 1 .300 And then, finding out on how he feels and when games. Pierzynski c 3 0 2 0 0 1 .284 Asdrubal Cabrera gave 4-Jo.McDonald pr-dh1 Totals 52 0 1 0 0 0 7 16 7 2 10 .200 Gomez cf Punto ss 1 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 .213 .211 Al.Ramirez ss 3 0 1 0 0 1 .214 the trailer contained all he believes he’s ready,” League his second blown save, Totals 36 7 11 7 2 10 Podsednik rf-cf 3 0 2 0 0 0 .267 the best parts. Girardi said. “Friday is a Cleveland 000000303003—9 15 1 Lillibridge cf 2 0 0 0 0 1 .167 tying it 4-all with a two-out, Toronto 011000202001—7 16 2 Detroit AB R H BI BB SO Avg. a-Betemit ph-3b 1 0 0 0 0 1 .310 All the good, juicy stuff definite possibility. When two-strike single that scored Granderson cf 3 0 0 0 1 2 .262 Totals 31 0 6 0 0 10 came out in February, he feels he’s ready, we’ll b-singled for LaPorta in the 9th. Polanco 2b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .265 David Dellucci. Victor Martinez 1-ran for Lind in the 7th. 2-ran for Dellucci in the Ordonez rf 4 0 0 1 0 0 .242 Kansas City AB R H BI BB SO Avg. when A-Rod kinda sorta probably take him back.” followed with an RBI double 9th. 3-ran for Garko in the 10th. 4-ran for Millar in the Mi.Cabrera 1b 3 1 1 1 1 0 .391 Crisp cf DeJesus lf 5 4 0 0 0 0 1 .230 1 2 1 0 1 .253 acknowledged having Probably? That’s like 10th. C.Guillen lf 4 0 1 0 0 2 .200 and he scored on a base hit by E—DeRosa (5), Rolen (4), A.Hill (5). LOB— Laird c 4 0 0 0 0 1 .254 Teahen 3b 4 1 1 0 0 1 .286 used steroids for at least a saying the Yankees will Shin-Soo Choo. Cleveland 11, Toronto 13. 2B—Sizemore 2 (8), Inge 3b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .301 J.Guillen rf 2 1 1 0 2 0 .298 three-year period of his probably charge for park- Raburn dh 2 0 0 0 1 1 .077 1-Maier pr-rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .182 Toronto answered with two V.Martinez (8),DeRosa (6),Lind (9),Rolen 2 (5),Millar runs in the bottom half against (5). HR—LaPorta (1), off Tallet. RBIs—Sizemore 2 (21), Everett ss 3 1 1 0 0 2 .273 Butler 1b Jacobs dh 4 3 0 1 1 0 1 .241 0 2 0 1 0 .244 career. ing or that A-Rod will A.Cabrera 2 (13),V.Martinez (14), Choo (13), LaPorta Totals 31 2 4 2 3 11 Cleveland closer Kerry Wood. 2 (2), Barfield (1), V.Wells 2 (18), Lind (24), Bautista Callaspo 2b 3 0 1 0 1 0 .378 What’s left over is the probably make another Olivo c 4 0 1 0 0 3 .211 With two outs and runners at 2 (4), Barajas 2 (15). SB—Choo (6), Rios (3). S— Minnesota Detroit 010 000 501 — 7 11 0 000 001 010 — 2 4 0 Aviles ss 4 0 1 0 0 1 .216 equivalent of discovering off-the-field headline B.Francisco. SF—Barajas. second and third, Jose Bautista Runners left in scoring position—Cleveland 7 Totals 33 3 10 2 4 8 a felon also has some before the nine remaining sent it to extra innings by lining (DeRosa 2, Sizemore 3, Choo, A.Cabrera); Toronto 6 (Lind, Overbay 2, Rolen, Scutaro,A.Hill). LOB—Minnesota 5, Detroit 5. 2B—Kubel (8), Crede (5), Gomez (4), Polanco (11). 3B—Cuddyer (2). Chicago 000 000 000 — 0 6 1 overdue library books. years on his $275-million Wood’s 2-2 pitch into left-cen- Runners moved up—V.Martinez, A.Hill, Rios, HR—Mi.Cabrera (6), off Liriano. RBIs—Span (14), Kansas City 012 000 00x — 3 10 0 I mean, all of us who contract are up. ter for a two-run single. Overbay 2. GIDP—V.Martinez, Peralta. A.Casilla 2 (4), Crede (7), Cuddyer 3 (13), Ordonez a-struck out for Lillibridge in the 8th. have covered his Yankees But for now, Alex DP—Toronto 2 (Scutaro, A.Hill, Overbay), (A.Hill, (12), Mi.Cabrera (18). The Blue Jays took a 2-0 lead Scutaro, Overbay). Runners left in scoring position—Minnesota 1 1-ran for J.Guillen in the 7th. tenure already knew he Rodriguez will have to on Barajas’ sacrifice fly in the (Morneau); Detroit 3 (Everett 2, Mi.Cabrera). E—Podsednik (1). LOB—Chicago 4, Kansas City make headlines where the Cleveland IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Runners moved up—Punto, Ordonez. GIDP— 10. 2B—J.Nix (1), Podsednik (1), Jacobs (6). HR— was an egotistic, insecure second and Adam Lind’s RBI DeJesus (3), off Colon. RBIs—DeJesus (14), Butler double in the third. Carmona Sipp 62⁄3 11⁄3 8 1 4 0 4 0 1 0 3 2 96 6.11 16 0.00 A.Casilla, Delm.Young. DP—Detroit 2 (E.Jackson, Mi.Cabrera, Everett), (10). CS—Podsednik (1), Olivo (1). narcissist, which didn’t Yankees are paying him Toronto left-hander Brian K.Wood BS, 1-6 1 2 2 2 1 1 23 7.20 (Inge, Polanco, Mi.Cabrera). Runners left in scoring position—Chicago 3 (J.Nix, particularly make him to, in their lineup. R.Betancourt W, 1-1 2 2 0 0 0 3 34 5.14 Betemit, Thome); Kansas City 5 (Aviles, Olivo 2, Tallet didn’t give up a hit R.Perez H, 3 1 ⁄3 3 1 1 0 0 13 13.94 Minnesota IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Callaspo, Jacobs). stand out in any room of “We all just need to talk through the first six innings but J.Lewis S, 1-4 2 ⁄3 0 0 0 0 1 5 5.40 Liriano W, 1-4 71⁄3 4 2 2 3 9 103 5.30 Runners moved up—J.Guillen, Butler. GIDP— highly paid professional about baseball now,” Toronto IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Guerrier 12⁄3 0 0 0 0 2 14 3.68 Podsednik. was roughed up in the seventh. Tallet 7 4 3 3 3 5 94 5.83 Detroit IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA DP—Kansas City 1 (Aviles, Callaspo, Butler). athletes. Posada said. “Yankee base- Ryan Garko ended the no-hit League BS, 2-2 2 5 3 3 0 0 28 5.17 E.Jackson L, 1-2 6 7 5 5 2 7 105 3.08 So he’s a lousy tipper of ball and that’s all. When Frasor 2 ⁄3 2 0 0 0 0 14 0.00 Lyon 1 ⁄3 0 1 1 0 0 2 5.11 Chicago IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA bid with a one-out single up the B.Murphy 1 ⁄3 0 0 0 0 0 1 2.35 Rapada 1 2 0 0 0 2 22 7.71 Colon L, 2-2 5 7 3 2 3 7 98 4.05 money, an (allegedly) Alex gets here, that’s all he middle and LaPorta followed Camp L, 0-1 2 4 3 3 1 0 31 4.85 Perry 12⁄3 2 1 1 0 1 27 3.48 Richard 3 3 0 0 1 1 40 4.80 accomplished tipper of needs to do, talk baseball with a two-run homer to right, Kansas City IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA tying the game at 2. Inherited runners-scored—Sipp 1-0, J.Lewis 2-0, E.Jackson pitched to 4 batters in the 7th. Greinke W, 6-0 9 6 0 0 0 10 104 0.40 signs, and too pampered and play baseball.” B.Murphy 2-0. HBP—by Carmona (A.Hill), by Tallet Inherited runners-scored—Guerrier 2-1, Lyon 1-0, LaPorta, a former first-round (Choo).WP—Tallet. Rapada 2-2. HBP—by Lyon (Delm.Young). IBB—off Colon (Callaspo). to be bothered loading That is, until he starts draft pick by Milwaukee, was Umpires—Home, Bill Welke; First, Tim Welke; Umpires—Home, Brian Gorman; First, C.B. Umpires—Home,Tom Hallion; First, Jerry Crawford; Second, Phil Cuzzi; Third,Todd Tichenor. his own toothbrush. As providing material for the Second, Scott Barry; Third,Angel Hernandez. Bucknor; Second, Mike Everitt; Third, Gerry Davis. dealt to Cleveland in last year’s T—3:59.A—15,295 (49,539). T—2:41.A—21,298 (41,255). T—2:19.A—21,843 (38,177). Peggy Lee once memo- next book.
  • 29. Tuesday, May 5, 2009/ The Sun BASEBALL www.sunnewspapers.net D/E/N/C Sports Page 5 BREWERS 7, NATIONALS 9, CUBS 4, METS 6, PHILLIES 6, off-balance steps after making the catch and had the presence of PIRATES 4 ASTROS 4 GIANTS 2 BRAVES 4 CARDINALS 1 mind to take the ball out of his glove before attempting to brace PITTSBURGH (AP) — Rickie WASHINGTON (AP) — Adam PITTSBURGH (AP) — Rickie ATLANTA (AP) — Carlos Beltran hit ST. LOUIS (AP) — Ryan Howard himself with his left arm. Still, his Weeks hit a tiebreaking, three-run Dunn delivered a two-run single Weeks hit a tiebreaking, three-run a pair of two-run homers, David hit his seventh career grand slam, head appeared to absorb most of homer in the ninth after a suppos- during a five-run sixth inning, Ryan homer in the ninth after a suppos- Wright added a two-run shot of his tying Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt the blow when he smacked into edly unavailable Ryan Braun tied it Zimmerman matched a career high edly unavailable Ryan Braun tied it own and the New York Mets beat the for the Philadelphia Phillies the fence. an inning earlier with a two-run with four hits and the Washington an inning earlier with a two-run Atlanta Braves 6-4 Monday night to record, in a 6-1 victory over the Ankiel stayed flat on his back double, help- Nationals rallied to beat the double, help- match their 2008 total for wins at St. Louis for several minutes as teammates ing the Houston Astros 9-4 on Monday ing the Turner Field. Cardinals on gathered around him, and the Milwaukee night. Milwaukee The Mets, who went 1-8 in Atlanta Monday night game was delayed about 15 min- Brewers rally Zimmerman’s first-inning single Brewers rally last season, improved to 30-63 at that included utes as a hush fell over Busch for a 7-4 vic- extended his Nationals-record hit- for a 7-4 vic- Turner Field since the start of the a frightening Stadium. tory over the ting streak to 22 games. It’s the tory over the 1998 season. injury to Rick Ankiel was placed in a neck Pittsburgh longest in the majors this season. Pittsburgh Beltran, hitting .400, was 2 for 3 Ankiel. brace and strapped to a gurney Pirates on Elijah Dukes had three RBIs and Pirates on with a walk in New York’s first visit to The before being carted off the field Monday night. Zimmerman drove in two runs for Monday night. Atlanta this year.The two homers Cardinals’ accompanied by Paletta and The Brewers Washington, which won consecutive The Brewers gave him four this season. outfielder trainer Barry Weinberg. As he was scored six games for only the second time scored six John Maine (2-2) earned his sec- crashed wheeled off the field, Ankiel GALLARDO runs in the this season. The Nationals had a DEMPSTER runs in the ond consecutive win despite setting a HOWARD headfirst into flashed a thumbs-up sign. final two season-best 15 hits. final two career high with six walks. Francisco the fence innings to earn their 16th consecu- John Lannan (1-3) worked six innings to earn their 16th consecu- Rodriguez pitched a perfect ninth for after chasing down a line drive to PHILLIES 6, CARDINALS 1 tive victory over Pittsburgh. It’s the innings, allowing four runs — three tive victory over Pittsburgh. It’s the his sixth save. the gap in the eighth inning. He Philadelphia AB R H BI BB SO Avg. longest winning streak in the earned — on nine hits and two longest winning streak in the Javier Vazquez (2-3) gave up a flashed a thumbs-up sign as he Rollins ss 5 1 1 0 0 0 .200 majors by one team against anoth- walks. majors by one team against anoth- season-high six runs in 6 2-3 was carted off the field strapped Victorino cf 5 1 1 0 0 3 .283 Utley 2b 2 1 1 0 1 0 .346 er since the Diamondbacks took Kaz Matsui had two RBIs and er since the Diamondbacks took innings. Chipper Jones homered for to a gurney and wearing a neck Howard 1b 3 2 2 4 1 1 .293 16 in a row from the Reds from Carlos Lee added three hits for 16 in a row from the Reds from Atlanta. brace. Werth rf 4 1 2 2 0 1 .262 2001-03. Houston. 2001-03. Vazquez allowed seven hits, includ- St. Louis manager Tony La Ibanez lf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .344 Feliz 3b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .321 The Pirates led 3-1 in the eighth The Nationals erased a 4-2 The Pirates led 3-1 in the eighth ing the three homers — each to cen- Russa said after the game that Ruiz c 4 0 1 0 0 0 .235 behind Paul Maholm, only to tie it deficit with a five-run sixth. Wesley behind Paul Maholm, only to tie it ter field.The Braves led the major Ankiel was taken to a hospital for Blanton p 3 0 0 0 0 3 .167 when Braun — who wasn’t in Wright (1-1) loaded the bases on when Braun — who wasn’t in leagues with only 11 homers allowed evaluation. Dr. George Paletta, the S.Eyre p Madson p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- —- Pittsburgh when the game began — a walk to Anderson Hernandez, Pittsburgh when the game began — before facing the Mets. team physician, told La Russa the c-Dobbs ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .143 doubled to right. Braun underwent Cristian Guzman’s one-out single doubled to right. Braun underwent New York left-hander Oliver Perez outfielder showed signs of Durbin p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 Totals 35 6 8 6 2 11 an MRI exam in Milwaukee earlier and a walk to Nick Johnson. Felipe an MRI exam in Milwaukee earlier was tied for the National League lead whiplash and had signs of puffi- in the day, flew to Pittsburgh and Paulino relieved and walked in the day, flew to Pittsburgh and with 21 walks when he was sent to ness in his face. St. Louis AB R H BI BB SO Avg. was cleared to play. He gave the Zimmerman before allowing a go- was cleared to play. He gave the the bullpen on Monday. Maine is not Joe Blanton (1-2) allowed a run Schumaker 2b 5 0 1 0 0 1 .262 Thurston 3b 5 0 3 1 0 0 .303 Brewers a lift in a game in which ahead, two-run single by Dunn. Brewers a lift in a game in which far off the lead with 18 walks, includ- in six innings for his first win since Pujols 1b 3 0 0 0 1 0 .344 they had done little until then. Dukes’ RBI single up the middle they had done little until then. ing four in the first two innings. Sept. 26 while giving Duncan lf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .296 Pittsburgh regained the lead at made it 6-4. Pittsburgh regained the lead at Maine gave up three hits and Philadelphia’s rotation only its Ludwick rf Ankiel cf 3 2 0 1 0 1 0 .282 0 0 0 0 1 .247 4-3 in its half of the eighth on Austin Kearns was hit by a pitch 4-3 in its half of the eighth on three runs in six innings. He had a fifth win this year. Jayson Werth Rasmus cf 1 0 0 0 0 0 .266 rookie Jason Jaramillo’s RBI dou- to load the bases again and, after rookie Jason Jaramillo’s RBI dou- season-high seven strikeouts. added a two-run shot for the Y.Molina c 4 0 0 0 0 0 .313 ble, but closer Matt Capps — ble, but closer Matt Capps — B.Thompson p 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 a popup by Jesus Flores, Paulino The Braves took a 3-0 lead in the Phillies, who chased Kyle Lohse T.Greene ss 3 0 0 0 0 1 .083 roughed up for the second succes- walked Hernandez to force in roughed up for the second succes- second against Maine, who issued (3-1) with one out in the fifth for Lohse p 0 1 0 0 0 0 .273 sive day — quickly gave the lead another run. sive day — quickly gave the lead three walks in the inning. his shortest outing since Aug. 12, T.Miller p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- a-K.Greene ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .212 back. Jason Kendall and Craig Houston took a 1-0 lead in the back. Jason Kendall and Craig With one out and the bases 2008. Boyer p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Counsell singled, Corey Hart first on Lance Berkman’s RBI dou- Counsell singled, Corey Hart loaded, shortstop Jose Reyes fielded Joe Thurston had three hits and b-Barden ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .341 walked and J.J. Hardy hit a sacrifice ble. walked and J.J. Hardy hit a sacrifice Vazquez’s grounder and flipped to an RBI for the Cardinals, who D.Reyes p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- McClellan p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- fly to tie it. Matsui’s two-run double sparked fly to tie it. Luis Castillo for one out as Jeff have lost two straight at home Franklin p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- After running the count full, a three-run rally in the fifth. Matsui After running the count full, Francoeur scored from third. Castillo’s after winning nine in a row. LaRue c 1 0 0 0 0 0 .417 Capps (0-2) repeatedly attempted Capps (0-2) repeatedly attempted Totals 33 1 5 1 2 3 scored on Michael Bourn’s double throw to first was wild, allowing Howard hit a 1-1 pitch from a pickoff throw designed to make to center, but Bourn was thrown a pickoff throw designed to make Brandon Jones to score on the error. Lohse well over the right-field wall, Philadelphia 000 240 000 — 6 8 1 the runner on third take off, only to out trying to reach third. the runner on third take off, only to Yunel Escobar added a run-scoring an estimated 428 feet, for his fifth St. Louis 001 000 000 — 1 5 0 have Weeks hit the ball deep into Washington finally got to Astros have Weeks hit the ball deep into single after Maine’s third walk of the homer in the fifth inning to put a-flied out for T.Miller in the 5th. b-grounded into a the left-field bleachers for his sixth starter Brian Moehler in the fifth, the left-field bleachers for his sixth inning. the Phillies ahead 6-1. It was his fielder’s choice for Boyer in the 6th. c-lined out for homer after he finally threw home. scoring twice on two-out singles by homer after he finally threw home. The Mets took the lead on four second slam of the season after Madson in the 9th. E—Utley (3). LOB—Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 10. Mike DiFelice (3-0) won it Dukes and Kearns. Mike DiFelice (3-0) won it hits, including two-run homers by connecting off the Nationals’ 2B—Werth (7), Thurston 2 (7). HR—Werth (3), off despite giving up Jaramillo’s dou- Moehler, activated from the 15- despite giving up Jaramillo’s dou- Beltran and Wright, in the sixth. Shairon Martis last Monday in Lohse; Howard (5), off Lohse. RBIs—Howard 4 (19), ble, with Trevor Hoffman pitching day disabled list before the game ble, with Trevor Hoffman pitching Beltran’s shot drove in Daniel Murphy, Philadelphia, and it came only Werth 2 (13),Thurston (13). Runners left in scoring position—Philadelphia 2 the ninth for his fourth save in four after missing three starts because the ninth for his fourth save in four who led off the inning with a single. three pitches after Lohse got a (Werth, Feliz); St. Louis 5 (Pujols, Barden 2, Duncan, opportunities. of a sprained right knee, allowed opportunities. Wright’s homer drove in Carlos visit from trainer Barry Weinberg Thurston). The Pirates took the 3-1 lead The Pirates took the 3-1 lead Runners moved up—Schumaker 2, LaRue. two runs and eight hits in five Delgado, who had a single to left in for an undisclosed ailment. against Yovani Gallardo, who gave innings. He walked two and struck against Yovani Gallardo, who gave his return from a sore right hip. Howard, who was born in St. Philadelphia IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA up only two hits over eight shutout out five. up only two hits over eight shutout Louis and attended Missouri State Blanton W, 1-2 6 4 1 1 2 3 103 6.84 S.Eyre 1 1 0 0 0 0 11 8.31 innings, struck out 11 and home- innings, struck out 11 and home- University, is batting .383 (23 for Madson 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 3.00 red for the only run in beating NATIONALS 9, ASTROS 4 red for the only run in beating METS 6, BRAVES 4 60) with seven homers and 28 Durbin 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 4.20 them 1-0 on Wednesday. them 1-0 on Wednesday. RBIs at 4-year-old Busch St. Louis IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Houston AB R H BI BB SO Avg. New York AB R H BI BB SO Avg. Lohse L, 3-1 41⁄3 7 6 6 2 4 89 3.22 K.Matsui 2b 3 2 2 2 1 1 .266 Jos.Reyes ss 4 1 1 0 1 0 .257 Stadium. He and the Cardinals’ T.Miller 2 ⁄3 0 0 0 0 1 9 4.91 BREWERS 7, PIRATES 4 Bourn cf 4 0 1 1 0 0 .299 CUBS 4, GIANTS 2 Dan.Murphy lf 4 1 1 0 1 0 .316 Albert Pujols, who was 0 for 3 Boyer 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 10 12.00 Berkman 1b 4 0 2 1 0 0 .198 Fr.Rodriguez p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- D.Reyes ⁄3 1 0 0 0 2 12 2.35 Milwaukee AB R H BI BB SO Avg. Ca.Lee lf 4 0 3 0 0 0 .295 San Francisco AB R H BI BB SO Avg. Beltran cf 3 2 2 4 1 1 .400 with a walk, each have two grand McClellan 1 ⁄3 0 0 0 0 1 5 3.00 Hart rf 4 2 2 0 1 2 .278 Tejada ss 4 0 0 0 0 0 .286 F.Lewis lf 3 1 1 0 1 1 .312 Delgado 1b 4 1 1 0 0 2 .250 slams to tie for the major league Franklin 1 0 0 0 0 1 10 0.00 Pence rf 3 0 0 0 1 0 .300 D.Wright 3b 4 1 2 2 0 1 .293 B.Thompson 1 0 0 0 0 1 11 5.87 Hardy ss Weeks 2b 3 5 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 3 0 2 .167 .276 Keppinger 3b 3 1 1 0 0 0 .364 Renteria ss Sandoval 3b 4 1 1 0 0 1 4 0 2 1 0 1 .250 .322 Church rf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .286 lead. Fielder 1b 5 1 2 1 0 2 .256 F.Paulino p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .167 B.Molina c 4 0 1 1 0 1 .295 R.Castro c 4 0 0 0 0 1 .243 The Phillies have hit four grand Inherited runners-scored—T.Miller 1-0, McClellan M.Cameron cf 4 0 0 0 1 0 .307 Fulchino p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Rowand cf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .227 Castillo 2b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .344 slams overall and are an NL-best 1-0. HBP—by Durbin (T.Greene), by Blanton (Lohse, Hall lf 1 0 0 0 0 0 .293 b-Erstad ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .160 Winn rf 3 0 0 0 1 2 .209 Maine p 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000 Ankiel), by Lohse (Utley). Duffy lf 2 0 0 0 0 1 .111 Towles c 4 1 1 0 0 1 .250 Ishikawa 1b 3 0 0 0 1 1 .210 a-Cora ph 1 0 1 0 0 0 .321 14 for 27 with the bases loaded, Umpires—Home, Jim Wolf; First, Brian O’Nora; a-Braun ph-lf 1 0 1 2 0 0 .322 Moehler p 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Burriss 2b 2 0 0 0 0 0 .211 Parnell p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- while leading the majors with 11 Second, Fieldin Culbreth; Third, Chad Fairchild. McGehee 3b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .154 W.Wright p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- J.Miller p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Putz p c-Sheffield ph 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .176 —- bases-loaded walks and 46 RBIs. T—2:41.A—35,990 (43,975). Kendall c 4 1 2 0 0 0 .205 Blum 3b 2 0 0 0 0 0 .288 a-Schierholtz ph 1 0 1 0 0 0 .296 Gallardo p 3 0 0 0 0 2 .267 Totals 33 4 10 4 2 2 Howry p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Reed lf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .273 Lohse pitched for the Phillies in DiFelice p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- c-Aurilia ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .192 Totals 34 6 8 6 4 9 the 2007 playoffs, then signed a c-Counsell ph 1 1 1 0 0 0 .297 Washington AB R H BI BB SO Avg. J.Sanchez p 1 0 0 0 0 1 .000 free-agent deal with the Cardinals Hoffman p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- C.Guzman ss 6 2 2 0 0 0 .368 Velez 2b 2 0 0 0 0 1 .118 Totals 37 7 11 7 3 10 N.Johnson 1b 4 1 0 0 2 1 .326 Totals 32 2 6 2 3 11 Atlanta AB R H BI BB SO Avg. during spring training in 2008. Zimmerman 3b 4 3 4 2 1 0 .333 K.Johnson 2b 4 0 0 0 1 0 .208 Blanton, who entered with an Pittsburgh AB R H BI BB SO Avg. Dunn lf 3 2 1 2 2 1 .300 Chicago AB R H BI BB SO Avg. Escobar ss 3 0 1 1 1 1 .291 Morgan lf 5 0 0 0 0 1 .295 Mock p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- A.Soriano lf 5 1 1 0 0 2 .274 C.Jones 3b 3 1 1 1 1 0 .296 8.41 ERA, allowed four hits in six F.Sanchez 2b 5 1 2 0 0 0 .330 Dukes cf 5 0 3 3 0 2 .299 Theriot ss 3 1 1 2 1 0 .323 Kotchman 1b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .287 innings and worked out of a cou- McLouth cf 5 0 3 1 0 0 .306 Kearns rf Flores c 4 0 2 1 0 1 .267 5 0 1 0 0 2 .288 Bradley rf 3 0 1 0 0 0 .130 Francoeur rf B.Jones lf 4 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 .283 .308 ple of jams. The Cardinals left two Ad.LaRoche 1b 4 1 0 0 1 1 .264 D.Lee 1b 1 1 0 0 3 0 .207 Moss rf 4 0 1 1 0 0 .200 A.Hernandez 2b 3 1 2 1 2 0 .317 Ar.Ramirez 3b 3 0 0 0 1 1 .333 D.Ross c 2 0 0 0 1 2 .270 on twice and then left the bases An.LaRoche 3b 4 1 1 1 0 0 .250 Lannan p 2 0 0 0 0 1 .200 Soto c 3 0 1 1 1 0 .167 Schafer cf 4 0 0 0 0 3 .247 loaded in the sixth. R.Vazquez ss 3 1 1 0 1 1 .186 a-Belliard ph 2 0 0 0 0 0 .154 Re.Johnson cf 3 0 0 1 0 1 .233 J.Vazquez p 2 1 0 1 0 1 .000 Jaramillo c 4 0 2 1 0 0 .308 Hanrahan p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Miles 2b 4 1 1 0 0 1 .190 O’Flaherty p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Ankiel ran full speed to track Maholm p 2 0 0 0 1 2 .091 W.Harris lf 0 0 0 0 1 0 .211 Dempster p 3 0 0 0 0 3 .000 b-Norton ph 0 0 0 0 1 0 .125 down Pedro Feliz’s drive and Yates p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Totals 38 9 15 9 8 8 Marmol p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Moylan p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- couldn’t stop himself from slam- Grabow p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- b-Hoffpauir ph 0 0 0 0 1 0 .324 Bennett p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- b-Delw.Young ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .375 Houston 100 030 000 — 4 10 0 Gregg p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- d-Infante ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .360 ming into the padded outfield Capps p 0 0 0 0 0 0 —- Washington 000 025 20x — 9 15 1 Totals 28 4 5 4 7 8 Totals 29 4 5 3 7 10 wall. 1 Totals 37 4 10 4 3 5 New York 000 004 200 — 6 8 1 The converted pitcher took 2 ⁄2 a-flied out for Lannan in the 6th. b-grounded out San Francisco 000 002 000 — 2 6 0 Milwaukee 100 000 024 — 7 11 0 for Fulchino in the 9th. Chicago 120 010 00x — 4 5 0 Atlanta 030 000 010 — 4 5 0 18 HOLES & FREE LUNCH, Pittsburgh 010 110 010 — 4 10 0 E—N.Johnson (3). LOB—Houston 5, Washington 14. 2B—K.Matsui (3), Bourn (4), Berkman (3), Ca.Lee a-singled for J.Miller in the 7th. b-walked for a-singled for Maine in the 7th. b-walked for a-doubled for Duffy in the 8th. b-flied out for (7), Zimmerman 2 (11), Flores (3). RBIs—K.Matsui 2 Marmol in the 8th. c-flied out for Howry in the 9th. O’Flaherty in the 7th. c-walked for Putz in the 9th. d- Grabow in the 8th. c-singled for DiFelice in the 9th. LOB—Milwaukee 7, Pittsburgh 9. 2B—Hart (7), Braun (5),F.Sanchez 2 (12),Jaramillo 2 (7).3B—Moss (11), Bourn (7), Berkman (14), Zimmerman 2 (18), Dunn 2 (20), Dukes 3 (16), Kearns (13),A.Hernandez (7). CS—K.Matsui (3), Berkman (1). S—Moehler. LOB—San Francisco 6, Chicago 9. 2B—Sandoval (6), A.Soriano (7), Miles (3). HR—Theriot (3), off J.Sanchez. RBIs—Sandoval (8), B.Molina (20), Theriot popped out for Bennett in the 9th. E—Castillo (2). LOB—New York 5, Atlanta 6. 2B— D.Wright (6). HR—Beltran 2 (4), off J.Vazquez 2; BRUNCH OR DINNER.* $35. ** (2). HR—Weeks (6), off Capps; An.LaRoche (1), off Runners left in scoring position—Houston 2 2 (15), Soto (4), Re.Johnson (1). SB—Burriss (7), D.Wright (2), off J.Vazquez; C.Jones (3), off Putz. RBIs— *ANY DAY LUNCH, SUNDAY BRUNCH, MONDAY Gallardo. RBIs—Hardy (8),Weeks 3 (18), Fielder (20), (Pence, Tejada); Washington 8 (Dukes, C.Guzman, Theriot (6). SF—Re.Johnson. Beltran 4 (18), D.Wright 2 (12), Escobar (12), C.Jones DINNER ONLY. OFFER EXPIRES SEPTEMBER 30, 2009. Braun 2 (18), McLouth (16), Moss (3), An.LaRoche Lannan, Flores 2, Belliard 2, N.Johnson). Runners left in scoring position—San Francisco 3 (9), J.Vazquez (2). SB—Jos.Reyes 2 (6). CS—Sheffield **Rate does not apply to holidays. (11), Jaramillo (4). SF—Hardy. Runners moved up—Bourn, A.Hernandez. GIDP— (F.Lewis, Rowand, Aurilia); Chicago 5 (Re.Johnson 2, (1), Escobar (1). S—D.Ross. Runners left in scoring position—Milwaukee 4 Keppinger, C.Guzman. Ar.Ramirez, Bradley, Dempster). Runners left in scoring position—New York 3 (McGehee 3,Hardy); Pittsburgh 5 (Morgan 2,Maholm, DP—Houston 1 (Fulchino, Tejada, Berkman); Runners moved up—A.Soriano, Theriot. GIDP— (Beltran, R.Castro, Dan.Murphy); Atlanta 3 (C.Jones, Ad.LaRoche, Delw.Young). Washington 1 (C.Guzman,A.Hernandez, N.Johnson). Rowand. Schafer 2). Runners moved up—Weeks, McLouth. DP—Chicago 1 (Ar.Ramirez, Miles, D.Lee). Runners moved up—Church. GIDP—K.Johnson. Houston IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA DP—New York 1 (Jos.Reyes, Castillo, Delgado). Milwaukee IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Moehler 5 8 2 2 2 5 95 14.00 San Francisco IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA 1 Gallardo 7 7 3 3 3 5 108 3.02 W.Wright L, 1-1 ⁄3 1 3 3 2 0 19 8.31 J.Sanchez L, 1-2 4 5 4 4 6 6 101 3.80 New York IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA DiFelice W, 3-0 1 2 1 1 0 0 17 1.42 F.Paulino BS, 1-1 1⁄3 2 2 2 2 0 23 3.60 J.Miller 2 0 0 0 0 2 20 1.74 Maine W, 2-2 6 3 3 3 6 7 101 5.20 Hoffman S, 4-4 1 1 0 0 0 0 17 0.00 Fulchino 21⁄3 4 2 2 2 3 46 6.52 Howry 2 0 0 0 1 0 31 4.35 Parnell H, 5 1 0 0 0 1 0 13 1.46 Pittsburgh IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Washington IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Chicago IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Putz H, 6 1 2 1 1 0 2 20 3.60 Maholm 71⁄3 6 2 2 1 7 97 2.97 Lannan W, 1-3 6 9 4 3 2 0 92 4.59 Dempster W, 2-1 7 5 2 2 2 7 102 4.86 Fr.Rodriguez S, 6-6 1 0 0 0 0 1 11 1.69 Yates H, 2 1 ⁄3 0 0 0 0 1 8 7.56 Hanrahan H, 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 13 6.55 Marmol H, 6 1 1 0 0 0 2 15 5.25 Atlanta IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Grabow BS, 1-1 1 ⁄3 2 1 1 1 1 18 2.84 Mock 2 1 0 0 0 1 24 5.14 Gregg S, 4-5 1 0 0 0 1 2 23 4.97 J.Vazquez L, 2-3 62⁄3 7 6 6 3 8 110 4.19 Capps L, 0-2 1 3 4 4 1 1 36 7.56 O’Flaherty 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 4 3.38 Inherited runners-scored—F.Paulino 3-3, Fulchino J.Sanchez pitched to 3 batters in the 5th. Moylan 1 0 0 0 0 1 9 7.84 Inherited runners-scored—Yates 1-0, Grabow 1-1. 3-0. IBB—off Fulchino (Dunn). HBP—by F.Paulino Inherited runners-scored—J.Miller 3-1. HBP—by Bennett 1 1 0 0 1 0 16 0.71 PB—Jaramillo. (Kearns). J.Sanchez (Bradley). Member For A Day Reservations: 239.652.0102 350181 Umpires—Home, Bob Da vidson; First, Jeff Nelson; Umpires—Home, Mike Winters; First, Lance Umpires—Home, Jerry Layne; First,Tony Randazzo; Umpires—Home, Marvin Hudson; First, John Second, Mark Carlson; Third,Tim Tschida. T—2:53.A—8,482 (38,362). Barksdale; Second, Brian Knight; Third, Randy Marsh. T—3:05.A—14,115 (41,888). Second, Chris Guccione; Third, Chris Tiller. T—2:47.A—39,112 (41,210). Hirschbeck; Second,Wally Bell; Third, Marty Foster. 3.5 Miles North of the Shell Factory on US 41• MagnoliaLandingClub.com T—2:42.A—19,132 (49,743).
  • 30. Sports Page 6 D/E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net BASEBALL The Sun /Tuesday, May 5, 2009 Tuesday, May 5, 2009/ The Sun AUTO RACING www.sunnewspapers.net D/E/N/C Sports Page 7 EXPANDED STANDINGS tampa bay rays NASCAR: NOTEBOOK NASCAR: STEWART-HAAS RACING Ky. could AMERICAN LEAGUE 2008 Game 27: Rays 8, Orioles 1 WP: sonnanstine LP: albers Record: 15-12 GA/GB: Minus-1 East Division 2009 Game 27: orioles 8, rays 4 WP: baez LP: kazmir Record: 11-16 GA/GB: minus-7 W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Toronto 18 10 .643 — — 5-5 L-1 10-4 8-6 Boston New York 15 10 13 11 Tampa Bay 11 16 .600 11⁄2 .542 3 1 .407 6 ⁄2 — 11⁄2 5 6-4 L-1 10-2 5-8 5-5 L-1 6-3 7-8 4-6 L-1 5-7 6-9 get Cup Baltimore 10 16 Central Division W L .385 7 51⁄2 Pct GB WCGB 2-8 W-1 7-8 3-8 L10 Str Home Away date in 2010 Kansas City 15 11 .577 — — 6-4 W-3 8-6 7-5 1 BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Detroit 13 12 .520 1 ⁄2 2 5-5 L-1 7-5 6-7 Minnesota 13 13 .500 2 21⁄2 6-4 W-1 9-8 4-5 CONCORD, N.C. — Speedway Chicago 12 13 .480 21⁄2 3 4-6 L-3 6-6 6-7 Motorsports Inc. officials said Cleveland 10 16 .385 5 51⁄2 4-6 W-1 5-7 5-9 Monday they have asked NASCAR West Division to add Kentucky to the 2010 Sprint W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Cup Series schedule. Seattle 15 10 .600 — — 6-4 W-1 7-5 8-5 Any chance SMI has is contin- Texas 12 12 .500 21⁄2 21⁄2 6-4 W-2 8-6 4-6 Los Angeles 10 13 .435 4 4 5-5 W-1 6-6 4-7 gent on the former owners of Oakland 9 13 .409 41⁄2 41⁄2 4-6 L-1 4-5 5-8 Kentucky Motor Speedway drop- ping an antitrust lawsuit against NATIONAL LEAGUE NASCAR and International East Division Speedway Corp., its sister company. W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away SMI chairman Bruton Smith, Philadelphia 13 10 .565 — — 7-3 W-2 6-8 7-2 who traveled to the Kentucky Derby Florida 14 11 .560 — — 3-7 L-3 5-4 9-7 last weekend to make a case for New York 11 13 .458 21⁄2 21⁄2 5-5 W-1 6-6 5-7 dropping the suit, has so far been Atlanta 11 14 .440 3 3 4-6 L-3 5-8 6-6 Washington 7 17 .292 61⁄2 61⁄2 4-6 W-2 5-7 2-10 unsuccessful in his efforts. Central Division “We’re trying to persuade these W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away people to try to drop that appeal, St. Louis 17 9 .654 — — 6-4 L-2 10-4 7-5 and then they are out of the way of Chicago 14 11 .560 21⁄2 — 6-4 W-4 8-5 6-6 NASCAR, and it would make it 1 Cincinnati 13 11 .542 3 ⁄2 5-5 W-1 4-7 9-4 much simpler,” Smith said. “We 1 Milwaukee 14 12 .538 3 ⁄2 7-3 W-2 7-6 7-6 haven’t been able to make that 1 Pittsburgh 12 13 .480 4 ⁄2 2 3-7 L-2 7-6 5-7 occur. There’s only two people Houston 11 15 .423 6 31⁄2 5-5 L-1 5-8 6-7 AP PHOTO holding it up.” West Division Baltimore Orioles teammates Nick Markakis, center, Brian Roberts, left, and Adam Jones celebrate after Markakis hit a W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away Smith is willing to give up a race three-run home run off Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Scott Kazmir during the first inning Monday in St. Petersburg. BIRD BASH Los Angeles 18 8 .692 — — 7-3 W-4 10-0 8-8 date at one of his seven other facil- San Francisco 12 12 .500 5 11⁄2 6-4 L-1 10-4 2-8 STONE CRABS 10, HAMMERHEADS 8 ities to get Kentucky on the sched- Arizona 11 14 .440 1 6 ⁄2 3 5-5 L-1 8-10 3-4 Charlotte ule. He would not reveal which AP FILE PHOTO San Diego 11 14 .440 1 6 ⁄2 3 2-8 L-5 6-4 5-10 Player AB R H RBI BB SO AVG track he is considering, and SMI Tony Stewart prepares to practice for the Aaron’s 499 Sprint Cup Series race at Talladega Superspeedway last month. Three months Colorado 9 14 .391 71⁄2 4 4-6 L-1 4-5 5-9 Salem CF 4 2 1 2 1 0 .198 O’Malley SS 5 0 1 0 0 1 .244 president Marcus Smith said no into the season, Stewart looks like a genius. Using an extreme makeover on the former Haas CNC Racing organization, Stewart has Sexton 3B 3 2 1 3 0 1 .326 decision has been made on which put together one of the most solid organizations in the Cup series and made other drivers believe ownership might actually work. Risk reaps reward AMERICAN LEAGUE Fields 1B 4 1 1 2 0 2 .266 track would lose a date if NASCAR Cipriano DH 1 2 1 1 1 0 .321 Sunday’s results Detroit 3, Cleveland 1 Williams, S a- PH-DH Fronk RF 2 4 1 1 0 0 0 .333 0 1 1 0 0 .225 adds Kentucky to its 36-race Orioles power past Rays L.A. Angels at New York, ppd., rain Ashley C 3 1 1 1 1 0 .267 schedule. Royster LF 4 0 0 0 0 1 .206 Toronto 4, Baltimore 3 Luna 2B 4 1 1 0 0 0 .167 “We’ve done everything we need Tampa Bay 5, Boston 3 Hall, J P Flores P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 to make sure Kentucky is not out of Kansas City 7, Minnesota 5 Phillips, P P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 play in 2010,” Marcus Smith said. Seattle 8, Oakland 7, 15 innings Gorgen P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 “It’s sort of a chess game from Texas 5, Chicago White Sox 1 BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday’s result