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Concerns raised over pending Missouri executions
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Missouri
Supreme Court’s decision to move
ahead with two executions was ques-
tioned Thursday by some death pen-
alty observers and opponents, in part
over concern about Missouri’s pro-
posed use of a drug that remains
unproven in lethal injections and
which gained infamy in the 2009
death of pop star Michael Jackson.
The state High Court on Wednes-
day set execution dates of Oct. 23
for Allen Nicklasson and Nov. 20 for
Joseph Franklin. Both men are con-
victed killers.
Missouri plans to become the
first-ever state to use the anesthetic
propofol.
Richard Dieter, executive direc-
tor of the Death Penalty Information
Center in Washington, said there is
particular concern about propofol
because Missouri no longer requires
a physician to be part of the exe-
cution team. Propofol is typically
administered by a physician or nurse
anesthetist under the physician’s
direct supervision. If improperly
administered, the inmate could suf-
fer, experts say.
“This is an experiment with a
human subject,” Dieter said Thurs-
day. “This will be sort of a brute
force approach where you give them
enough and they die.”
Jeff Stack, a legislative consultant
with Missourians for Alternatives to
the Death Penalty, said the decision
to move ahead with executions “is
a shocking wakeup call to remind
people in our state that we are part of
this barbaric tradition.
“Whether we do it by lethal injec-
tion or behead them or use poison
gas, it’s all murder,” Stack said.
Missouri Attorney General Chris
Koster on Wednesday said in a state-
ment that by setting execution dates,
the state High Court “has taken an
important step to see that justice is
finally done for the victims and their
families.” On Thursday, his office said
he was not available for an interview.
Jackson died from an overdose of
Councilmen
broach idea of
hiking property
tax levy
City’s financial straits focused
on cuts amid falling revenue
By Madeleine Leroux
madeleine@newstribune.com
Public hearings will be held Monday on
Jefferson City’s property tax levy and pro-
posed 2014 budget.
The City Council is expected to take action
and approve the property tax levy Monday
after the public hearing. As of Thursday, there
is no proposed change to the tax rate, keep-
ing the property tax rate for the general fund
at 46 cents and the Fireman’s Pension rate at
.0961 cents.
But the city has the option to increase
the tax rate for the general fund this year.
City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus said the
council could increase the property tax rate
by about one and a half cents without a vote
of the people.
Third Ward Councilman Bob Scrivner said
though he’s not proposing to increase the rate,
in a tight budget year he’s surprised there’s
been no conversation about whether that rate
should be increased.
Council sets
tentative date for
budget approval
Aug. 26 may be final budget
committee meeting
By Madeleine Leroux
madeleine@newstribune.com
A tentative date has been scheduled for
the Jefferson City Council to wrap up budget
discussions.
At the Budget Committee meeting Thurs-
day, committee chair and 2nd Ward Council-
man Shawn Schulte said he expects the com-
mittee to be ready to vote on the proposed
2014 budget on Aug. 26. The council then
would vote on a bill adopting the budget in
September.
The council has been in budget discus-
sions since mid-July, but has made almost
no changes to the mayor’s proposed budget
so far. On Thursday, the committee contin-
ued to go through the budgets of each city
department, listening to presentations from
the Fire Department, Planning and Protec-
tive Services, and the Finance Department,
among others.
New year at ‘new’ school
Kris Wilson/News Tribune
TOP LEFT: First-grade teacher Angela Meredith sorts out math journals while her students are out of the classroom during her afternoon open
period on the first day of school at South Elementary School. TOP RIGHT: South School third- and fourth-graders play on the jungle gym dome
during their afternoon recess. ABOVE: South students fill the seats while waiting on the bus to leave after their first day back at school.
South students, staff get big kick out of first day of school
By Kris Hilgedick
kris@newstribune.com
Most South Elementary students saw their
newly refurbished school for the first time at
an open house Wednesday evening. By Thurs-
day morning — the first day of school for the
Jefferson City Public Schools — the school’s
304 students were clearly enjoying their new
classrooms.
“They are so proud of the changes,” said
Principal Carey Drehle. “There was a lot of
excitement with both the kids and parents.”
When 9-year-old Monet Davis first walked
in the building, she was astonished at the
changes work crews had accomplished over
the summer.
“It was awesome!” she said.
Adults had told Davis last spring that reno-
vations were being planned, but the reality
was different than what she had envisioned. “I
just thought they were going to level the school
and build anew,” she said.
Instead workers renovated the structure
from the back loading dock to the front steps,
giving the entire building a needed facelift.
“It’s changed so much,” added Aidan Hau-
gen, a schoolmate of Davis.
Haugen commented on how good the new
ceilings, tile floors and freshly painted walls
look. But he also said he expected “a ton more”
new technology in the building.
Asked what his favorite part of the reno-
vation is, Haugen said: “It’s hard to choose
between the classrooms and the gymnasium.”
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — “That ’70s
Show” actress Lisa Robin Kelly has
died at age 43.
Manager Craig Wyckoff says Kelly
died Wednesday at a Los Angeles
addiction treatment facility she had
entered early this week. No official
cause of death was disclosed.
Kelly portrayed Laurie Forman,
sister of Topher Grace’s lead character
Eric, on the Fox series. It concluded
in 2006.
Unlike some of her co-stars —
Grace, Ashton Kutcher and Laura Pre-
pon — Kelly fell out of the spotlight
after appearing on the sitcom until
she started making headlines for per-
sonal troubles.
__________
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Los Ange-
les judge has dismissed a hit-and-run
driving charge against singer Chris
Brown.
The judge said Brown had reached
a civil compromise with the other
driver and City News Service says the
misdemeanor was dropped Thursday.
Brown didn’t attend the hearing.
Brown claims he traded insurance
information with the woman after his
Range Rover struck her Mercedes in
Toluca Lake in May.
His attorney says he accidentally
gave the woman the wrong insurance
information. Mark Geragos also says
insurance covered the $800 in dam-
age to the Mercedes.
__________
LOS ANGELES (AP) — R&B singer
Miguel has been arrested in Los Ange-
les on suspicion of drunken driving.
A spokeswoman for the California
Highway Patrol says the 27-year-old
“Adorn” crooner was pulled over in
his BMW X6 just after 2 a.m. Thursday
for speeding and driving with tinted
windows.
She says officers administered
field sobriety tests, and a preliminary
test measured his blood alcohol level
at 0.10 percent. The state’s legal limit
is 0.08 percent.
Miguel won the Grammy for
best R&B song earlier this year for
“Adorn.”
A spokeswoman for the singer,
whose full name is Miguel Jontel
Pimentel, did not immediately pro-
vide comment about his arrest.
__________
Today’s Birthdays: Actress Ann
Blyth is 85. Sportscaster Frank Gifford
is 83. Actor Gary Clarke is 80. Actress
Julie Newmar is 80. Actress Anita Gil-
lette is 77. Actress Carole Shelley is 74.
Actress Lesley Ann Warren is 67. TV
personality Kathie Lee Gifford is 60.
Movie director James Cameron is 59.
Actor Jeff Perry is 58. Singer Madonna
is 55. Actress Angela Bassett is 55.
Actor Timothy Hutton is 53. Actor
Steve Carell is 51. Actor Seth Peterson
is 43. Singer Vanessa Carlton is 33.
Actress Cristin Milioti is 28. Actor
Shawn Pyfrom is 27. Country singer
Ashton Shepherd is 27. Actor Kevin
G. Schmidt is 25. Actress Rumer Wil-
lis is 25.
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Sunday
Lunch box 101
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tips on a good lunch.
Monday
Meet the school mom
Eugene school secretary
Vonda Berendzen seems like
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Record high for today’s date:
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River, lake stages
Kansas City 10.10
Boonville 7.00
Jefferson City 6.42
Hermann 12.16
Lake of the Ozarks 659.06
Precipitation
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7 p.m., the National Weather
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with a low in the upper 50s.
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MISSOURI
MISSOURI FAIR: The Missouri State Fair
got a strong show of political support
Thursday from many of the state’s top
elected officials who flocked to a big-top-
tent ham breakfast despite criticism of a
weekend rodeo clown act that mocked
President Barack Obama. Scores of
politicians and hundreds of fairgoers
attended the annual ham breakfast at the
Sedalia fairgrounds in what amounted to
a symbolic reaffirmation of the state’s
support for the fair.
PLAZA FIRE: The federal government
levies stiff fines against a Kansas cable
company subcontractor for safety viola-
tions after a fatal explosion that leveled
a Kansas City, Mo., restaurant. The U.S.
Department of Labor said in a news
release that a Heartland Midwest crew
breached a natural gas supply line Feb.
19 with a horizontal drilling machine
while installing fiber optic cable.
NATION
MANNING: Some of the Pentagon’s most
painful themes of the past decade have
played out at the court-martial of Army
Pfc. Bradley Manning, such as its con-
flicts over gays in the military, the lack of
local support for U.S. counterinsurgency
campaigns and the shortage of troops
earlier in the war.
NEW MAMMAL: Imagine a small rac-
coon with a teddy bear face that is so
cute it’s hard to resist, let alone overlook.
But somehow science did — until now.
Researchers announce the rare discov-
ery of a new species of a mammal called
the olinguito.
WALL STREET: Warnings of weaker reve-
nue from two big companies and worries
that the Federal Reserve could slow its
support for the economy sent the stock
market sharply lower Thursday. The Dow
Jones industrial average fell as much as
230 points before trimming some of its
losses in the early afternoon.
WORLD
EGYPT: Weeping relatives in search of
loved ones uncover the faces of the
bloodied, unclaimed dead in a Cairo
mosque near the smoldering epicenter
of support for ousted President Moham-
med Morsi, as the death toll soars
past 600 from Egypt’s deadliest day
since the Arab Spring began. Violence
spreads — government buildings are
set afire near the Pyramids, policemen
are gunned down and churches attacked
— amid widespread condemnation from
the Muslim world and the West.
LEBANON: A powerful car bomb tears
through a bustling Hezbollah stronghold
south of Beirut, killing at least 14 people
and wounding more than 200 in the
worst such attack to hit the militant
group’s bastion of support in years.
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propofol that was adminis-
tered by a physician as a sleep
aid. In the period before his
death, Jackson’s physician,
Conrad Murray, had been giv-
ing the singer nightly doses of
propofol as Jackson prepared
for a concert tour.
Dr. Jonathan Groner, a pro-
fessor of clinical surgery at the
Ohio State University College
of Medicine who has studied
lethal injection extensively,
said improperly administered
propofol could cause suffering
for the inmate.
“From my own point of view
a firing squad is a lot safer, a lot
quicker, and a lot less painful,”
he said.
For decades, Missouri and
the nearly three dozen other
states with the death penalty
used a three-drug cocktail for
executions. Makers of those
drugs now prohibit their use in
lethal injection.
Meanwhile, concerns raised
about the death penalty have
prompted several lawsuits in
Missouri and across the coun-
try. Some states have abolished
the death penalty entirely. For
all those reasons, the number
of executions has declined
sharply.
Dieter said U.S. executions
peaked with 98 in 1999. There
were 43 each year in 2011 and
2012, and 23 so far this year.
Missouri has had just two exe-
cutions since 2005.
The Missouri Department
of Corrections has three quan-
tities of propofol remaining,
Koster’s office said in court
document filed in July. One
expires in October, another
in May 2014 and the third in
2015. It appears unlikely more
propofol would become avail-
able. The U.S. maker of the
drug, Fresenius Kabi, prohibits
distribution for use in execu-
tions.
“We don’t accept orders
from departments of correc-
tion nor will we do so,” spokes-
man Matt Kuhn said.
Propofol is manufactured in
Europe. The European Union
is so opposed to the death
penalty that if propofol is used
in executions here the product
could be banned for import
into the U.S., Kuhn said.
“There are far-reaching
implications for U.S. patients,”
said Kuhn, who said propofol
was administered 50 million
times in the U.S. in 2012.
Nicklasson was convicted
of the 1994 killing of Excelsior
Springs businessman Richard
Drummond, who stopped to
help when a car used by Nick-
lasson and two others broke
down on Interstate 70 in cen-
tral Missouri. Drummond was
forced to drive the group west,
taken to a field and shot in the
back of the head. Another man
in the car, Dennis Skillicorn,
was executed in 2009.
Franklin, a drifter from Ala-
bama, was convicted of the
1977 sniper shooting of Gerald
Gordon as a crowd dispersed
from a bar mitzvah at the Brith
Sholom Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation in suburban St. Louis.
Two others were wounded. He
has said he tried to start a race
war by traveling the country
shooting people.
When he confessed in 1994
to the shooting, he was serv-
ing several life sentences in a
federal prison for the killing
of two black joggers in Salt
Lake City and an interracial
couple in Madison, Wis., and
the bombing of a synagogue in
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Continued from p. 1
Executions:
Both Haugen and Davis
said the building’s new cool-
ing system is an improvement
over the air units teachers used
to rely on.
“It used to get really, really
hot in here,” Haugen noted.
In order to heighten the
“Wow!” factor for staffers and
the public, Drehle kept the
school’s front entrance under
wraps until 7:30 a.m. last
Saturday. The new entrance
features new wooden “trees”
attached to the ceiling, much
brighter hallway lighting and a
modernized office.
First-grade teacher Abby
Funderburk said both teachers
and students were delighted
with the renovations.
“I heard parents tell oth-
ers, ‘You have to come and see
the new school.’ They were so
surprised, so excited and so
shocked,” she said.
Drehle said it’s been a busy
five days as teachers and vol-
unteers worked within a com-
pressed schedule to ready their
classrooms for the upcoming
year. Drehle said she never
worried that contractors
wouldn’t finish in time for the
first day of school. With the
exception of a few minor tasks,
the renovation is complete,
she said.
“I had total faith in every-
body who was working on it.
They were determined to make
it happen,” she said.
Revealing the new school at
Wednesday’s open house was a
lot of fun, she said.
“It was the best night ever,”
she added.
Across the district, the first
day of school “went smoothly”
with only a few delays, report-
ed David Luther, assistant to
the superintendent.
“I spoke to First Student
Inc., our bus company, and
they reported that the morning
routes went very well ... better
than last year,” Luther said.
He said the district nor-
mally encounters a few busing
delays during the first week of
class, but he expects them to
subside by Tuesday.
Luther explained that on
the first day, bus drivers typi-
cally will wait an additional 30
seconds per stop. By the end of
the route, those waits can add
up to five or six extra minutes.
“But we didn’t have any
accidents. All our walkers
arrived safely. And, as far as
I know, all of our high school
drivers arrived without inci-
dent,” he said.
Continued from p. 1
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Art teacher Meghan Dudenhoeffer radios the names of students whose parents are
waiting in line to pick them up at the end of the first day of school at South Elementary
School on Thursday.
School:
The council will have a pub-
lic hearing Monday on the pro-
posed budget and Schulte has
opted to cancel the next sched-
uled budget meeting, which
would have been held Aug. 22,
to allow council members time
to evaluate any input received
from the public before delving
back into what he hopes to be
the final discussion Aug. 26.
Schulte noted the council
always can take more time
with the budget discussions,
if needed.
Only the Parks, Recreation
and Forestry Department has
yet to give a presentation to
the committee and that is
expected to be done Aug. 26.
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Budget:
“It’s never popular to raise
taxes,” Scrivner said. “But it
almost seems counterintui-
tive that we’re talking about
not having revenues, revenues
falling, and we’ve had no dis-
cussion at all about whether
or not the property tax rate
should be adjusted.”
Fifth Ward Councilman
Ralph Bray requested informa-
tion from staff on what the
effect of increasing the prop-
erty tax rate would have on the
city’s general fund and on the
average taxpayer.
The City Council will meet
at 6 p.m. Monday at City Hall.
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Tax levy:
NTSB: No engine
failure in fatal UPS
plane crash
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP)
— Federal investigators found
no initial evidence that a UPS
cargo jet suffered engine fail-
ure or was burning before it
clipped trees at the end of a
runway and slammed into a
hillside, killing the two crew
members onboard, officials
said Thursday.
UPS on Thursday night
identified the victims as Capt.
Cerea Beal, Jr., 58, of Matthews,
N.C. and First Officer Shanda
Fanning, 37, of Lynchburg,
Tenn. In an email, the com-
pany said the Jefferson County,
Ala., medical examiner had
confirmed their identities.
A former Marine helicop-
ter pilot, Beal had been with
UPS since 1990. Fanning,
described by UPS as an avia-
tion enthusiast who was active
and well-known in Lynchburg,
had worked with the company
since 2006.
Robert Sumwalt, a member
of the National Transporta-
tion Safety Board, said during
a news conference that the
findings were only prelimi-
nary, and investigators hope to
get additional evidence from
data and voice recorders that
were pulled from the plane’s
burned-out tail section earlier
in the day.
“They were blackened and
sooted,” he said of the record-
ers, one of which captures voic-
es in the cockpit and the other
that records flight information
about the plane’s operation.
“We are cautiously optimistic
that we will be able to obtain
good data.”
The twin-engine A300
bound for Birmingham from
Louisville, Ky., was attempt-
ing to land on a 7,000-foot-
long runway at Birmingham
Shuttlesworth International
Airport when it crashed before
dawn Wednesday. Sumwalt
said the airport’s other, 12,000-
foot runway was shut down
for repair work on its lights at
the time.
Pilots are forced to navigate
over a large hill to reach the
shorter runway, and the plane
clipped trees in a neighbor-
hood before plummeting into
the ground well short of the
landing area.
Sumwalt said there was no
indication of problems with
the lights on the runway where
the jet attempted to land, but
investigators did find pieces
of wood from trees inside an
engine, plus dirt.
Investigators are still ana-
lyzing the debris, he said.
“We’re just in the very
beginning stages of the inves-
tigation,” he said.
One of the investigators’
tasks will be to determine why
the plane was low enough to
hit trees. The impact sheared
off pieces of the aircraft and
sent them crashing onto two
homes along with large pieces
of limbs.
Residents who live near the
airport said they have worried
for years about the possibility
of a plane crash.
The plane went down in a
rolling field where a neighbor-
hood stood until airport offi-
cials began buying up homes
and razing them to clear the
area near the end of the run-
way. Cornelius and Barbara
Benson, whose trees were hit
by the plane, said they haven’t
received a buyout offer but
hope that will now change.
The jet clipped trees around
the Bensons’ yard, leaving bro-
ken plastic and twisted metal
on the ground.
Other neighbors reported
seeing flames coming from the
aircraft and hearing its engines
struggle in the final moments
before impact. Sumwalt didn’t
address whether flames could
have erupted after the plane
struck trees but while still air-
borne.
Sheriff says crosses to be
put where bodies found
PHOENIX (AP) — Sheriff
Joe Arpaio announced Thurs-
day that his deputies will begin
placing white crosses near the
sites where authorities find
bodies of immigrants who are
dying in the desert after cross-
ing the border from Mexico.
The sheriff stood amid about
a dozen crosses to announce
an effort that he said would
serve as a reminder of just how
dangerous the journey is from
Mexico through the rugged
desert of southern Arizona.
He said four bodies have
been found in the last four
days near Gila Bend after suc-
cumbing to the scorching des-
ert heat. Two others were res-
cued this week.
Each cross also will be
numbered and assigned GPS
coordinates to aid his deputies
in rescuing people who find
themselves in distress in the
area and can call for help.
The U.S. Border Patrol’s
Tucson sector located 177
bodies in the last fiscal year.
Judge: EPA may have tried
to skirt disclosure law
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge says
the Environmental Protection Agency’s use of
secret email accounts may have been aimed at
skirting public disclosure requirements.
U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth ruled
Wednesday that a conservative public interest
law firm, the Landmark Legal Foundation, can
question and obtain records from EPA officials
as part of the firm’s Freedom of Information
lawsuit against the federal agency. The judge
granted Landmark the right to seek the infor-
mation to determine whether top EPA officials
used personal email accounts to conduct offi-
cial business — and whether the agency ini-
tially excluded those accounts from Landmark’s
Freedom of Information request.
Salvation Army to be named
in collapse suits
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Salvation Army
will become the latest defendant in litigation
over a deadly Philadelphia building collapse,
and a contractor has asked to delay the lawsuits
amid a criminal grand jury probe.
Six people died inside a Salvation Army thrift
store when an adjacent building being demol-
ished collapsed on them in June.
Lawyer Robert Mongeluzzi on Thursday
accused the Salvation Army of playing “a game
of chicken” with its neighbor over the demoli-
tion, despite the known safety risks.
Utah fire destroys 14 homes
near resort town
WANSHIP, Utah (AP) — Officials were brac-
ing for another possible flare-up Thursday
afternoon in a lightning-sparked wildfire that
has destroyed 14 homes near a Utah mountain
resort town.
Hundreds of firefighters are setting back
fires and bulldozing lines to contain the 2,000-
acre fire. They also repositioned fire engines
and crews inside the heart of the 2,000-acre fire
to protect 250 threatened homes.
For the third day, an evacuation remains in
place. The Rockport Fire is burning about 10
miles from Park City.
Climate research targets
wildfire smoke
PASCO, Wash. (AP) — Researchers are fly-
ing over Western wildfires to sample the thick
smoke they emit to study its role in cloud for-
mation and climate.
The data-gathering campaign is intended
to help researchers flesh out one of the least
understood areas of climate: the role of aero-
sols, or particles given off by wildfires, and how
they evolve over time.
So far, the researchers from Brookhaven
National Laboratory and Pacific Northwest
National Laboratory say they’re finding that the
white smoke from smoldering fires actually has
a cooling effect on the Earth, while the black
smoke from a fire that is burning heavily has a
warming effect.
Romanian princess among
Ore. cockfighting arrests
GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) — A Romanian
princess and her husband, a former sheriff’s
deputy, are apparently among several people
federal agents arrested in Eastern Oregon on
Thursday in connection with an alleged cock-
fighting ring.
Indictments unsealed in U.S. District Court
in Portland charge Irina Walker, 60, and her
husband John Wesley Walker, 67, with hosting
cockfighting derbies and illegal gambling at
their ranch outside the small Morrow County
town of Irrigon.
Federal prosecutors are seeking forfeiture of
the ranch, listed in state incorporation records
as Stokes Landing Sport Horses. There was
no answer to phone calls to the Walker home
and the business, and it’s unclear if it is still in
operation.
Zumba prostitute declines
to testify at a trial
ALFRED, Maine (AP) — A judge says a Maine
woman convicted of running a prostitution
business out of a Zumba studio doesn’t have to
answer prosecutors’ questions in the trial of a
man accused of patronizing her.
Justice Roland Cole ruled Thursday after
Alexis Wright’s attorney argued that testimony
could open her up to prosecution on new
charges.
Prosecutors wanted Wright to testify in next
week’s trial of former Kennebunk High School
hockey coach Donald Hill. Wright declined
under oath to answer questions about him.
‘Bucket List Bandit’
gets 11-year sentence
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A bank robber nick-
named the “Bucket List Bandit” after allegedly
telling a Utah teller he had just four months
to live was sentenced Thursday to 11 years in
federal prison for a string of heists spanning
10 states.
Michael Eugene Brewster’s public defender
told the federal judge who handed down the
sentence that a medical evaluation found his
client didn’t have cancer or any other terminal
illness.
Police get promising lead
in disappearance
APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. (AP) — Investiga-
tors who have had little luck in unraveling the
mystery of an Arizona college student’s disap-
pearance two months ago came across their
most promising lead when badly decomposed
human remains with similarities to the missing
student were found in a dry wash.
The remains haven’t been formally identified
as 19-year-old Adrienne Salinas, but police say
there’s strong likelihood that the body is hers.
Vote to legalize alcohol
on SD reservation passes
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Native Americans
on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation — home
to some of the highest rates of unemployment,
domestic abuse and suicide in Indian Country
— have voted to end prohibition and legalize
alcohol so the tribe can use the profits for edu-
cation and treatment.
A majority of voters on Tuesday approved
the measure, but the outcome was left hang-
ing because of 438 challenged ballots that were
more than the difference between the yes and
no votes.
Washington Post website hacked
NEW YORK (AP) — The Washington Post
said Thursday that its website was hacked. A
group that supports Syrian President Bashar
Assad’s regime claimed responsibility.
Washington Post Managing Editor Emilio
Garcia-Ruiz said in a statement that for about
30 minutes Thursday morning, readers of some
Washington Post stories were redirected to the
website of the Syrian Electronic Army.
The SEA has taken credit for a string of Web
attacks on media targets. Among the targets the
group claims to have hacked are Twitter feeds
of The Associated Press and Al-Jazeera English.
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Home construction pickup?
Economists expect that the pace of
new construction picked up last
month after falling sharply in June.
Homebuilders broke ground on
new residential properties at a
seasonally adjusted annual rate of
836,000. Most of that drop occurred
in apartments, while applications for
permits to build single-family homes
have been climbing in recent
months. The Commerce Depart-
ment reports July housing starts
figures today.
Cleared to start
The Department of Commerce
reports today its latest data on
applications for permits to build
homes.
Economists anticipate that the
number of building permits that
received approval in July increased
sharply from the previous month. An
increase in the number of approved
homebuilding permits suggests a
pickup in construction. Permits
approved for building single-family
homes are a key barometer of
demand for new homes.
Eye on consumers
Americans are feeling more
optimistic about their financial
prospects than they have in years.
A new snapshot of consumer
confidence is due out today with the
release of the first University of
Michigan Consumer Sentiment
Survey index for August. The July
reading was the highest since July
2007. In the survey, more Ameri-
cans said they expected their
inflation-adjusted income to rise in
the coming year. Many also noted
that the value of their homes had
increased.
A. Veiga, J. Sohn · AP
Source: FactSet
Housing starts, in thousands
Seasonally adjusted annual rate
Consumer Sentiment Index
800
850
900
950
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75
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10-year Trea-
sury note
jumped to 2.77
percent on
Thursday. Yields
affect interest
rates on con-
sumer loans.
Crude Oil (bbl) 107.33 106.85 +0.45 +16.9
Ethanol (gal) 2.26 2.23 +0.76 +3.2
Heating Oil (gal) 3.07 3.05 +0.82 +0.9
Natural Gas (mm btu) 3.42 3.34 +2.30 +2.0
Unleaded Gas (gal) 2.98 2.98 +0.05 +6.1
FUELS CLOSE PVS. %CH. %YTD
Gold (oz) 1361.60 1334.00 +2.07 -18.7
Silver (oz) 22.93 21.78 +5.27 -24.0
Platinum (oz) 1532.30 1505.20 +1.80 -0.4
Copper (lb) 3.34 3.34 -0.07 -8.3
Palladium (oz) 755.95 739.45 +2.23 +7.6
METALS CLOSE PVS. %CH. %YTD
Cattle (lb) 1.24 1.24 -0.24 -4.8
Coffee (lb) 1.22 1.23 -0.65 -15.3
Corn (bu) 4.82 4.65 +3.60 -31.0
Cotton (lb) 0.92 0.92 +0.26 +22.2
Lumber (1,000 bd ft) 323.00 324.00 -0.31 -13.6
Orange Juice (lb) 1.30 1.31 -0.69 +12.4
Soybeans (bu) 12.88 13.68 +1.37 -9.2
Wheat (bu) 6.38 6.31 +1.11 -18.1
AGRICULTURE CLOSE PVS. %CH. %YTD
Commodities
Oil prices closed
higher on
Thursday amid
escalating
violence in
Egypt and a
decline in U.S.
crude supplies.
Metals were
mostly higher,
led by silver.
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sales drive US
stocks sharply lower
NEW YORK (AP) — Warnings of weaker
sales from two major companies and
concern that the Federal Reserve will
soon start withdrawing its support for the
economy pummeled the stock market
Thursday. The Dow Jones industrial aver-
age slumped 225 points, its worst day in
nearly two months.
Before the start of trading, Wal-Mart
cut its estimates for annual revenue and
profit, warning that cautious shoppers
are spending less.
The news followed a disappointing
revenue forecast from Cisco Systems late
Wednesday.
In a twist, more signs of resilience in
the U.S. economy drove long-term inter-
est rates to their highest level in two years
and wound up rattling the stock market.
Reports on inflation and the job market
appeared to raise the odds that the Fed
would begin winding down its massive
bond-buying program next month. Many
investors think that the Fed’s effort has
underpinned the stock market’s record
run.
“People are worried that this move up
in interest rates will kill the recovery, and
we won’t see the anticipated second-half
improvement in growth and corporate
earnings,” said Alec Young, global equity
strategist at S&P Capital IQ.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index fell
24.07 points, or 1.4 percent, to 1,661.32.
The selling swept across all 10 industry
groups in the index.
The Dow lost 225.47 points, or 1.5 per-
cent, to 15,112.19. The Nasdaq composite
index fell 63.16 points, or 1.7 percent, to
3,606.12.
“It seems like an overreaction today,”
said Randy Frederick, managing director
of active trading and derivatives at the
Schwab Center for Financial Research.
Judge questions giving OK
to AMR bankruptcy plan
NEW YORK (AP) — Lawyers
for American Airlines pressed a
judge Thursday to approve the
company’s plan to merge with
US Airways and exit bankruptcy
protection, but the judge delayed
a ruling because of the federal
government’s lawsuit against the
merger.
This was supposed to be Amer-
ican’s victory lap — the day that
a judge would remove the last
hurdle for a merger that would
make American the world’s big-
gest airline.
Instead, it was a sideshow.
The U.S. Justice Department
ruined American’s plans — at least
temporarily — on Tuesday by fil-
ing a lawsuit against the merger,
which it said would hurt com-
petition and increase prices for
consumers by leaving four airlines
controlling more than 80 percent
of the U.S. air-travel market.
In court Thursday, lawyers
for American parent AMR Corp.
and its unsecured creditors said
the Justice Department’s case
shouldn’t stop the bankruptcy
judge from approving AMR’s reor-
ganization plan.
But Judge Sean Lane wasn’t so
sure. He said he had “lingering
doubts” about approving the turn-
around plan and even considered
postponing Thursday’s hearing.
Instead, he went ahead with the
hearing but delayed a decision on
AMR’s plan until at least Aug. 29.
American and US Airways had
hoped to close their merger by
late September, but executives
for both companies say that is
unlikely now. They vowed to fight
the Justice Department in court,
but that could take months. If the
government wins, AMR could be
forced to dust off a plan to emerge
from bankruptcy as a stand-alone
company — another long pro-
cess.
The merger was supposed to
cap an era of consolidation that
has helped the airline industry
limit seats, raise prices and return
to profitability.
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GREELEY, Colo. (AP) — A
veterinarian has been charged
with practicing medicine on
humans without a license after
a man said he had to have
three toes amputated because
of improper care.
Greeley detectives wrote
Dr. Fran Freemyer a ticket for
the misdemeanor on Wednes-
day after the 58-year-old man
told police he went to North-
ern Colorado Medical Center
in late June and doctors said
he needed the toes removed.
Police Sgt. Susan West said
Thursday the man went to the
vet with a foot ailment, and
the vet gave him ointment.
The problem got worse and he
went to a hospital.
Freemyer told The Associ-
ated Press on Thursday he was
treating a dog for skin cancer,
and a woman who owned the
dog took some of the medicine
home and gave it to a neighbor
without his knowledge.
“I don’t treat people,”
Freemyer said.
He said the dog, a Jack Rus-
sell terrier named “Scooter,”
had lesions on his back and
he rubbed it with a thick topi-
cal ointment and sent the dog
home. He said the woman who
owns the dog somehow got
some of the medicine, and
when a neighbor complained
of a similar ailment on his
foot, the dog owner thought
the medicine would help.
West said Freemyer was
issued a citation because
the crime is covered by state
regulatory agencies and not
by criminal statutes. Possible
penalties for the offense can
differ.
West said there is no evi-
dence a person other than
the man who lost his toes was
involved.
West said the victim’s name
was being withheld for medi-
cal privacy reasons.
WAILUKU, Hawaii (AP) — A
German woman was critically
injured Wednesday in a sus-
pected shark attack off south
Maui.
Maui County emergency
responders say the woman’s
right arm was severed as she
snorkeled about 50 yards off
shore at Palauea Beach.
The woman, who is about
20 years old, was helped to
shore by two male friends and
a kayaker and rushed to Maui
Memorial Medical Center. A
hospital spokeswoman did not
immediately respond to phone
messages left before office
hours Thursday morning.
The attack was the fifth off
Maui this year and the eighth
in Hawaii, according to state
Department of Land and Nat-
ural Resources statistics. Last
year saw 11 attacks, the most
in a dozen years and far above
the annual average of 4.75.
The woman was snorkel-
ing at a section of the beach
known as White Rock. Choppy
water limited visibility.
“She screamed and called
for help,” said Maui Fire Ser-
vices Chief Lee Mainaga.
The Maui Fire Department
took a call on the emergency
at 4:41 p.m.
The woman was uncon-
scious when she reached the
beach on the kayak.
“Her right arm was severed
right below the shoulder,”
Mainaga said. The limb was
not found, he said.
The woman’s friends did
not see the attack and Main-
aga said it is assumed, but
not confirmed, that she was
injured by a shark.
County officials closed
beaches for a mile in both
directions.
The fire department and
lifeguards flew in a helicop-
ter along the coast to look for
sharks, the Land and Resourc-
es Department said in an email
announcement.
Hawaii has not seen a fatal
shark attack since April 2004.
Willis McInnis, 57, died in an
attack as he surfed off Maui’s
Pohaku Park. The attack left
him with a 14-inch bite wound
in his right thigh and he died
from a loss of blood.
Veterinarian cited after
Colo. man loses 3 toes
Woman loses arm in
shark attack off Maui
MIAMI (AP) — A 7-month-old Florida
boy has died after swallowing a candy-
colored liquid laundry packet, raising con-
cerns about the access that young children
have to the increasingly popular products.
The Florida Poison Information Center
says the boy’s death may be the first in the
U.S. involving young children who were
exposed to chemicals in concentrated
laundry packets since May 2012, when the
center first received an exposure report.
The center says it has received almost 300
exposure reports so far this year.
“With young children, any household
product is likely to end up in their mouth,”
said Dr. Cynthia Lewis-Younger, the cen-
ter’s medical director. Most exposures in
Florida involved children tasting or licking
the concentrated liquid packets, which
don’t cause children to become seriously
ill.
“Parents know that things in the house
can be dangerous and they call for advice.
And (in) many of those cases we can reas-
sure parents,” she said.
The American Association of Poison
Control Centers said national data for this
year had not yet been compiled, but that
this kind of poisoning death had not been
reported in prior years.
The boy was taken from a shelter for
abused women to the hospital Friday after-
noon “in some distress” and pronounced
dead about an hour later, said Kissimmee
Police spokesman Capt. Warren Shepard.
Police declined to release further infor-
mation, citing the ongoing investigation.
No charges had been filed.
The Florida Department of Children
and Families said it had prior history with
the family of the boy, Michael Williams, but
officials declined comment.
“While we have the cause of death,
we just don’t know if it was as a result of
abuse or neglect, which prevents us at this
point in the investigation from opening the
records or giving out any detailed informa-
tion about our involvement with the fam-
ily,” DCF said in a statement Thursday.
Police and child welfare officials have
not identified the mother, citing privacy
concerns.
“We continue to work with law enforce-
ment as the investigation moves forward
into the circumstances surrounding the
poisoning,” the DCF statement said. “The
death of little Michael is a tragedy. It
reminds all of us as parents of the dangers
of leaving household cleaning supplies
around our little ones.”
More than 5,700 children under the
age of 5 were exposed to the chemicals
in the concentrated packets so far this
year, according to the American Associa-
tion of Poison Control Centers. There were
no reported deaths before 2012, the most
recent records available and when the
bright blue-and-red packets first came on
the market.
“People are not listening to the warn-
ings,” said Bruce Ruck with the New Jersey
Poison Center. “Last year at about this
time, there were quite a few issues relat-
ing to this,” he said of children swallowing
the single-dose packs, with many of them
ending up on ventilators and in intensive
care units.
Hundreds of children across the U.S.
have required hospitalization for ingesting
the chemicals in the packets — suffering
loss of consciousness, excessive vomiting,
drowsiness, throat swelling, and difficulty
breathing.
Toddler dies after eating
liquid laundry packet
AP
Detergent packets like these claimed
the life of a 7-month-old boy in Florida.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A
second hostage shot during a
standoff at a rural Louisiana
bank died Thursday at a hos-
pital.
LaDean McDaniel was one
of three bank employees taken
hostage Tuesday by 20-year-old
Fuaed Abdo Ahmed. Ahmed
released one of the hostages
during negotiations.
McDaniel died Thursday
morning at Rapides Regional
Medical Center in Alexandria,
said hospital spokeswoman
Charla Ducote. Police say
Ahmed shot her and Jay War-
bington when police stormed
the Tensas State Bank in St.
Joseph. Ahmed was shot and
killed by police.
Ahmed had told police he
planned to kill the hostages
before officers came into the
bank.
Authorities say Ahmed was
angry and believed his ex-
girlfriend’s family had been
responsible for their breakup
and for putting a device in
his head, according to a letter
found in a van parked near the
bank. The letter detailed his
plan to take employees hos-
tage and had a list of demands,
including safe passage to
another country.
The mayor of the small town
of 1,200 near the Mississippi
border said he has heard from
a lot of angry residents.
“The healing process is
going to take time,” Mayor
Edward Brown said.
Herman Watson, 52, said
he and Warbington used to
work together at Mac’s Fresh
Market, just down the street
from the bank in St. Joseph.
Sitting in a back office at Mac’s
on Wednesday, Watson wiped
away tears as he talked about
the qualities he loved and will
miss in a man he described as
being as close as a brother.
“He loved to listen to music,
all kinds of music. He liked
nice clothes. He loved jokes.
One of his favorite comedians
was Richard Pryor,” said Wat-
son.
Warbington, he said, was
single and had no children.
Watson also said he knew
McDaniel, who also had once
worked at Mac’s. She was mar-
ried and had a son, Watson
said, and had several grand-
children.
He said McDaniel’s husband
waited near the scene through-
out the stand-off.
“They were great people,
and I know they are going to
Heaven,” Watson said. “They
got a first-class ticket”
Two neighbors said they
heard gunshots from near
Ahmed’s house Monday and
Tuesday before the standoff,
but didn’t think it was unusual
enough to call police.
2nd hostage shot in La.
standoff dies in hospital
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP)
— Florida A&M University’s
Marching 100 will return to the
field Sept. 1 in Orlando, nearly
two years after it was suspend-
ed for a hazing-related death.
New band director Sylves-
ter Young made the announce-
ment Thursday at practice.
FAMU lifted the famed
band’s suspension in June, but
Young was unsure at the time
when it would be ready to per-
form again. He now says it will
play at halftime when the uni-
versity opens its football sea-
son against Mississippi Valley
State.
FAMU band will return to field Sept. 1
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A6 FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 2013 INTERNATIONAL
Death toll from Egypt violence at 638
CAIRO (AP) — As the death toll
soared past 600 on Thursday, weeping
relatives in search of loved ones uncov-
ered the faces of the bloodied dead
in a Cairo mosque near the flattened
epicenter of Islamist support for ousted
President Mohammed Morsi.
Violence also spread, with govern-
ment buildings set afire near the Pyr-
amids, policemen gunned down and
scores of Christian churches attacked.
As turmoil engulfed the country, the
Interior Ministry authorized the use of
deadly force against protesters target-
ing police and state institutions after
Islamists torched government build-
ings, churches, police stations and cut
main roads in retaliation for the crack-
down on their encampments.
The Muslim Brotherhood, mean-
while, tried to regroup after the
encampments were razed Wednesday
and many leaders arrested, calling for
a mass rally on Friday in a challenge
to the government’s declaration of a
monthlong nationwide state of emer-
gency and a dawn-to-dusk curfew.
At least 638 people were confirmed
killed and nearly 4,000 wounded in vio-
lence sparked when riot police backed
by armored vehicles and bulldozers
smashed the two sit-ins in Cairo where
Morsi’s mainly Islamist supporters had
been camped out for six weeks calling
for his reinstatement. It was the deadli-
est day by far since the 2011 popular
uprising that toppled autocratic ruler
Hosni Mubarak and plunged the country
into more than two years of instability.
The Health Ministry said in a state-
ment that 288 of those killed were in
the largest protest camp in Cairo’s Nasr
City district, while 90 others were slain
in a smaller encampment at al-Nahda
Square, near Cairo University. Others
died in clashes that broke out between
Morsi’s supporters and security forces
elsewhere in the Egyptian capital and
other cities.
Mohammed Fathallah, the ministry
spokesman, said earlier that the blood-
soaked bodies lined up in the El Imam
mosque in Nasr City were not included
in the official death toll. It was not
immediately clear if the new figures
included the ones at the mosque.
Inside the building, the names of
the dead were scribbled on the white
sheets covering the bodies, some of
which were charred, and a list with
265 names was plastered on the wall.
Heat made the stench from the corpses
almost unbearable inside the mosque,
where posters of Morsi were piled up
on in a corner.
Many people complained that
authorities were preventing them
from obtaining permits to bury their
dead, although the Muslim Brother-
hood announced that several funerals
had been held for identified victims on
Thursday. Fathallah denied that per-
mits were being withheld.
Omar Houzien, a volunteer helping
families search for their loved ones, said
the bodies were carried to the mosque
from a medical center at the protest
camp in the final hours of Wednesday’s
police sweep because of fears they
would be burned.
Elsewhere, a mass funeral was held
in Cairo for some of the 43 security
troops who authorities said were killed
in Wednesday’s clashes. Interior Min-
ister Mohammed Ibrahim, who is in
charge of the police, led the mourners.
A police band played solemn music as
red fire engines bore the coffins draped
in white, red and black Egyptian flags in
a funeral procession.
Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood put the
casualty toll at a staggering 2,600 killed
and some 10,000 injured, but the fig-
ures appeared high in light of footage
by regional and local TV networks, as
well as The Associated Press.
The deadly crackdown drew wide-
spread condemnation from the Muslim
world and the West.
Despite the curfew and state of
emergency, violence spilled over to a
second day Thursday.
The Interior Ministry said its deci-
sion to authorize police to use dead-
ly force came after an angry crowd
stormed the governor’s office in Giza,
the city next to Cairo that is home to
the Pyramids.
Associated Press reporters witnessed
the burning buildings in Giza — a two-
story colonial-style villa and a four-
story administrative building, located
on the road that leads to the Pyramids
on the west bank of the Nile River.
Attackers also set fire to churches
and police stations across the country
for a second day Thursday as several
attempts by the Muslim Brotherhood
devolved into violence.
In the country’s second largest
city of Alexandria, Islamist protesters
exchanged gunfire with an anti-Morsi
rally, leaving scores injured, witnesses
and security officials said. Attempts to
storm police stations in the southern
city of Assiut and northern Sinai city of
el-Arish left at least six policemen dead
and others injured.
Obama scraps US
military exercises
with Egypt
CHILMARK, Mass. (AP)
— President Barack Obama
on Thursday canceled joint
U.S.-Egypt military exercises,
saying America’s traditional
cooperation with Egypt “can-
not continue as usual” while
violence and instability deep-
en in the strategically impor-
tant nation.
It’s unclear whether scrap-
ping the Bright Star exercise
will have any impact in stop-
ping the clashes between
Egypt’s military-backed
interim government and sup-
porters of ousted President
Mohammed Morsi. Obama
said his administration would
look at possible further steps,
but he gave no indication that
the U.S. planned to cut off its
$1.3 billion in annual military
aid to Egypt.
Speaking from his vaca-
tion home on Martha’s Vine-
yard, Obama said the U.S.
wants democracy in Egypt to
succeed. But he said achiev-
ing that outcome is not the
responsibility of the United
States.
“America cannot determine
the future of Egypt,” Obama
said in his first statement since
violence erupted Wednesday.
“That’s a task for the Egyptian
people. We don’t take sides
with any particular party or
political figure.”
AP
Egyptian soldiers and people sift through debris spread out by the
Rabaah al-Adawiya mosque in Cairo. Egyptian authorities on Thursday
significantly raised the death toll from clashes the previous day between
police and supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.
India official: Divers in sub
where 18 feared dead
NEW DELHI (AP) — Indian navy divers
have entered a crippled submarine hit by twin
explosions but have yet to reach any of the 18
sailors who are feared dead inside the vessel,
a naval official said Thursday. The Russian-
built submarine had also been damaged in a
deadly explosion in 2010 and had only recently
returned to service.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said he
was deeply pained by the deaths in Wednesday’s
explosion and fire.
The navy official said water was being
pumped from the flooded, diesel-powered sub-
marine so it could be raised completely to the
surface. It is currently partially submerged at
a dock in a Mumbai navy base, with a portion
visible above the waterline.
Brazil court convicts 3
for rape of American
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — A Rio de Janeiro
court convicted three men Thursday in the gang
rape of an American woman aboard a public
transit van that shocked Brazil and made head-
lines around the world.
Judge Guilherme Schilling delivered the ver-
dict Wednesday, sentencing 20-year-old Jona-
than Froudakis de Souza and 21-year-old Wal-
ace Aparecido de Souza Silva each to 49 years
and three months in prison on rape, robbery
and extortion charges. Carlos Armando Costa
dos Santos, whose age was not given, was sen-
tenced to 21 years and seven months in prison,
while a minor detained in connection with the
rape has yet to be tried.
Pakistani police shoot
gunman after standoff
ISLAMABAD (AP) — Police shot and wound-
ed an armed motorist in Pakistan’s capital
Thursday after an hours-long standoff broad-
cast live on TV, during which he demanded the
implementation of Islamic law in the country.
The gunman, Mohammad Sikandar, was
armed with a pair of assault rifles that he fired
periodically and was accompanied by his wife
and two children. He parked his car in the
middle of one of Islamabad’s main roads lead-
ing to the parliament as police tried to figure
out what to do.
Sikandar was shot after an altercation with
a negotiator at the end of the nearly six-hour
stand-off. He is alive but in critical condition,
said Aisha Esani, a doctor at the hospital where
he is being treated.
India asks Pakistan to rein
in Islamic militants
NEW DELHI (AP) — India’s prime minister
on Thursday asked Pakistan to prevent Islamic
militants from using its territory as tensions rise
between the longtime rivals following the recent
killing of five Indian soldiers in fighting along
the disputed Kashmir border.
India feels that Islamabad is not doing
enough to rein in Islamic militants. It says the
Pakistani military has nurtured the militants to
fight a covert war over Kashmir, though Pakistan
denies the claim.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said that
for relations with Pakistan to improve, it is
essential that Islamabad prevent the use of its
territory for any anti-India activity.
Russian hiker found alive
on Indonesian volcano
YOGYAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Searchers
in Indonesia have rescued a Russian hiker who
was missing for six days while climbing the
country’s most volatile volcano, an official said.
Yevgeny Luchina, 25, went missing Saturday
while climbing the southern side of the 9,737-
foot Mount Merapi, a popular site for visitors on
the main island of Java.
He sent a text message to his Indonesian
girlfriend saying he had lost his way and asking
to be rescued.
Paraguay’s new president
takes office
ASUNCION, Paraguay (AP) — Multimillion-
aire Horacio Cartes vowed to battle poverty
on Thursday as he assumed the presidency of
Paraguay, one of the most unequal nations in
South America and a place where his business
dealings have made him a target of U.S. crimi-
nal probes.
Wearing Paraguay’s red-white-and-blue
presidential sash, the tobacco magnate said
he intends “to win every battle in the war we’re
declaring today against poverty in Paraguay.”
“I’m not in politics to make a career of it or
become wealthier,” said Cartes, 57, who prom-
ised to strengthen Paraguay’s international ties
and its commitment to human rights.
British stuntman dies in wingsuit
mishap in Alps
GENEVA (AP) — He wasn’t a competitor, but
Mark Sutton still got one of the biggest cheers of
the 2012 Olympics.
Sutton, who was killed during a wingsuit
jump in the Alps this week, was the skydiver
who parachuted into London’s Olympic Sta-
dium during the opening ceremony dressed
as James Bond, alongside another stuntman
disguised as Queen Elizabeth II.
Swiss police confirmed that Sutton died
Wednesday when he crashed into a rocky ridge
near Trient in the southwestern Valais region.
They gave his age as 42.
Wingsuits — aerodynamic jumpsuits that
make wearers look like winged superheroes
— allow fliers to jump from planes, helicopters
and occasionally cliffs and soar long distances
before opening parachutes to land.
Iran parliament rejects
3 Cabinet nominees
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s conservative-
dominated parliament rejected three of the
new president’s 18 nominees for his Cabinet,
but approved 15 others, including those head-
ing portfolios key to implementing his agenda
to reduce the Islamic Republic’s international
isolation and improve its economy.
Hard-liners had attacked Hasan Rouhani’s
nominees for having Western educations and
for being close to the opposition. But after
four days of debate, they only rejected three
— Mohammad Ali Najafi as Education Minister,
Jafar Milimonfared as Science, Research and
Technology Minister and Masoud Soltanifar as
Sports and Youth Minister.
QUICKWORLD
Powerful car bomb kills
14 in south Beirut suburb
BEIRUT (AP) — A power-
ful car bomb tore through a
bustling south Beirut neigh-
borhood that is a stronghold of
Hezbollah on Thursday, killing
at least 14 and trapping dozens
of others in an inferno of burn-
ing cars and buildings in the
bloodiest attack yet on Leba-
nese civilians linked to Syria’s
civil war.
The blast is the second in
just over a month to hit one
of the Shiite militant group’s
bastions of support in years,
and the deadliest in decades. It
raises the specter of a sharply
divided Lebanon being pulled
further into the conflict next
door, which is being fought on
increasingly sectarian lines pit-
ting Sunnis against Shiites.
Syria-based Sunni rebels
and militant Islamist groups
fighting to topple Syria’s
President Bashar Assad have
threatened to target Hezbol-
lah strongholds in Lebanon
in retaliation for intervening
on behalf of his regime in the
conflict.
Thursday’s explosion ripped
through a crowded, over-
whelmingly Shiite area tightly
controlled by Hezbollah, turn-
ing streets lined with vegetable
markets, bakeries and shops
into scenes of destruction and
burning cars.
Dozens of ambulances
rushed to the scene of the
explosion and fire fighters used
cranes and ladders in trying to
evacuate dozens of residents
from burning buildings. Some
terrified residents fled to the
rooftops of buildings and civil
defense workers were still
struggling to bring them down
to safety several hours after the
explosion.
The blast appeared to be an
attempt to sow fear among the
group’s civilian supporters and
did not target any known Hez-
bollah facility or personality.
The state-run National
News Agency said at least 14
died and 212 were wounded,
distributed over four hospi-
tals in the area. Hezbollah’s
Al Manar TV put the death toll
at 18.
The army, in a statement,
said the explosion was caused
by a car blast. It called on
residents to cooperate with
security forces trying to evac-
uate people trapped in their
homes.
Syria’s conflict has spilled
across the border into its neigh-
bor on multiple occasions in
the past two years. Fire from
Syria has hit border villages,
while clashes between Leba-
nese factions backing different
sides have left scores dead.
But direct attacks against
civilian targets were rare until
Hezbollah stepped up its role
in Syria. Since then, its sup-
port bases in southern Beirut
have been targeted. Since May,
rockets have been fired at sub-
urbs controlled by the group
on two occasions, wounding
four people. On July 9, a car
bomb exploded in the nearby
Beir al-Abed district, wound-
ing more than 50 people.
However Thursday’s explo-
sion was much deadlier than
those, the bloodiest single
attack in south Beirut since a
1985 truck bomb assassination
attempt targeting top Shiite
cleric Mohammed Hussein
Fadlallah in Beir al-Abed left
80 people dead.
The explosion occurred on
a commercial and residential
main street in the Rweiss dis-
trict, about 100 yards away
from the Sayyed al-Shuhada
complex where Hezbollah usu-
ally holds rallies.
AP
A pillar of smoke rises from
a massive car bomb in a
Beirut suburb.
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MIDMISSOURI
Skating equipment
exchange slated
A skate and equipment exchange will
be held from 9 a.m.-noon Saturday in the
multipurpose room at Washington Park
Ice Arena.
This is an opportunity for the public
to buy and sell seldom used or outgrown
equipment, skates and other skating
apparel.
New skates and equipment can also
be ordered at this time.
Police conducting DWI
crackdown
The Jefferson City Police Department
will be out in force as part of the annual
nationwide “Drive Sober or Get Pulled
Over” crackdown on drunken driving.
The campaign will begin today and
end Sept. 2.
Through funding provided by the
MoDOT’s Division of Traffic and High-
way Safety, officers will be seeking out
and arresting impaired drivers.
Authorities said 230 people died
in 2012 in Missouri crashes involving
drunken drivers.
As a reminder, authorities ask that cit-
izens use the Sober Driver Program avail-
able at local bars and restaurants. This
program is a cooperative effort between
the City of Jefferson and Fechtel Bever-
age Company.
For more information about the pro-
gram, contact the traffic office of the
police department at 634-6400.
Volunteer opportunities
Heisinger Bluffs seeks volunteers in
the memory care unit to help with music,
crafts, games, reading, children’s groups,
church groups, tea parties and coffee
club. Contact Ginger Salmons at 636-
6288.
Homemaker Health Care Inc., a con-
tinuation of the Outreach program for-
merly provided by Hospice of Jefferson
City, seeks volunteers to provide respite
care and/or transportation to scheduled
medical appointments, lead fundraisers
for various needs but mostly for durable
medical equipment. Contact Deborah
Ketterman at 635-3900.
Not-for-profit groups that would like to be added to the data-
base for periodic inclusion may contact Mary Fischer, editorial
assistant, News Tribune Co., 210 Monroe St., Jefferson City,
Mo., 65101, by telephone at 761-0240 or send an e-mail to
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TODAY
• Cole County Farmers Market, 4-6 p.m., Kmart park-
ing lot.
• “Young Frankenstein the Musical,” 6:30 p.m.,
Capital City Players at Shikles Auditorium, 681-9012 or
www.capitalcityplayers.com.
• Family Movie Night: The Smurfs, 6 p.m., Missouri
River Regional Library, Art Gallery, 634-6064, ext. 229.
SATURDAY
• Cole County Farmers Market, 2-4 p.m., Kmart park-
ing lot.
• “Young Frankenstein the Musical,” 6:30 p.m.,
Capital City Players at Shikles Auditorium, 681-9012 or
www.capitalcityplayers.com.
• 6th annual Run for the Vets Poker Run, registration 10
a.m., last out 11:30 a.m., last in 5:30 p.m., Elks Lodge,with
raffle drawings, barbecue dinner and auction, 680-9418 or
291-2199 or 291-5375.
• Caring for Carol 5K, 8-10 a.m., Jefferson City Municipal
Airport, 417-848-5672.
• Lincoln University Farmers Market, 9 a.m-noon.
• Teen After Hours, 6 p.m., Missouri River Regional
Library, Art Gallery, 634-6064, ext. 248.
• Adopt-A-Thon, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Jefferson City Animal
Shelter, $10 for cats and $50 for dogs.
Scrambling to find chairs, space
Blair Oaks begins
another year of classes
with more students
By Kris Hilgedick
kris@newstribune.com
The Blair Oaks School District is
continuing to see signs of growth in
its student population, although the
spike this year isn’t quite as intense
as in the past.
Total enrollment was expected to
be 1,148 pupils on Thursday when
classes started. That is up from
1,124 last year — an increase of 24
pupils, or a 2.14 percent increase.
Blair Oaks Elementary will have
about 30 new students, although
eight students transferred out of
the district over the summer. Last
year the elementary school had
378 students; this fall about 395 are
expected to start class today.
“We are scrambling to find chairs
and space,” said Elementary Princi-
pal Kim Rodriquez.
Blair Oaks High School will have
a record-high school enrollment of
433 students, up from 419 students
last school year. Of those 433 stu-
dents, 11 have moved into the dis-
trict recently and are not coming
from parochial schools.
“We are going to have the larg-
est freshman class ever with 128
students,” said Gary Verslues, Blair
Oaks High School principal.
Most of those freshman were
part of a particularly large eighth-
grade class last year or are students
transferring in from area parochial
schools.
Overall, Blair Oaks Middle School
will have six fewer students this
year.
Official enrollment data will be
recorded on Sept. 25.
The district spends about $6,803
per pupil.
Although Blair Oaks administra-
tors are approached from time to
time by out-of-district parents who
are interested in paying tuition to
send their children there, it is a
“closed” district.
“You have to be a property owner
in the district to do that,” Superin-
tendent Jim Jones told the Board of
Education at its regularly scheduled
meeting Tuesday evening. “I think
we had two students doing that last
year and one this year.”
The district is also continuing to
see increases in its total assessed
valuation. In 2012 total property in
the district was valued at $92.3 mil-
lion; this year property is valued at
$93.7 million.
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Local man
killed in
St. Louis
shooting
By the News Tribune
A Jefferson City man was shot
and killed in St. Louis this weekend.
Akeem Mayes, 19, was found on
the doorstep of a home at Brentwood
Townhomes, near the Norwood Hills
Country Club, east of the Lambert-
St. Louis International Airport.
Police say Mayes and a second
person knocked on a couple’s door,
then exchanged gunfire with the
male resident.
What prompted the shootout
was not known.
Mayes had criminal charges
pending against him in Cole Coun-
ty, and the prosecutor’s office has
filed motions to end the prosecu-
tions in the cases.
Mayes had been charged in
November 2012 with second-degree
burglary, as well as some misde-
meanor cases between March and
June of this year.
Two-county rash of thefts ends
with car chase, arrests
By the News Tribune
A string of thefts and burglaries
in Osage and Gasconade counties
led to a search warrant, resulting
in a car chase and three arrests on
Tuesday, and one more man taken
into custody on Thursday.
Around 11:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
the Osage County Sheriff’s Office
executed a search warrant at 10482
Missouri 100, along with deputies
from the Gasconade County Sheriff’s
Office and officers from the Lake
Area Narcotics Enforcement Group.
Osage County Sheriff Michael
Dixon said his office had been
working closely with the Gascon-
ade County Sheriff’s Office after
burglaries and thefts occurred in
the Morrison and Chamois area.
Deputies found stolen prop-
erty during the search, including a
tractor and a firearm.
While executing the search war-
rant, a vehicle fled from deputies,
but after a brief chase, the vehicle
was located on Cherry Street in
Chamois.
Jimmy Brown, 32, and Joshwa
Haddox, 27, were taken into cus-
tody for resisting arrest.
Deputies also arrested Billy
McCrocklin, 29, and charged him
with unlawful possession of a fire-
arm and receiving stolen property.
On Thursday, the fourth sus-
pect, David McCrocklin, 27, was
taken into custody by the Union
Police Department.
Young JC orator wins
national contest
By the News Tribune
A Jefferson City girl recently won her category of a
national contest that drew 8,000 contestants.
Eighth-grader Hannah Chaney took first place in
the Short Sermon, Junior Category in front of a crowd
of 15,000 on Aug. 9 at the National Fine Arts Festival
in Orlando, Fla.
She opened her sermon with this: “Racers start your
engines! Cars roaring around an oval race track nearing
speeds of 200 miles per hour — with all racers in hopes
of a glorious finish and claiming the coveted checkered
flag. And why not, the official website touts — No race
has the guaranteed power to elevate careers and change
lives, generation after generation like the Daytona 500.”
The event, sponsored by the Assemblies of God, is
designed to encourage and strengthen youth in their
faith and their talents. The festival has more than 40
categories that young people can enter ranging from
human video to photography to original art to piano
solo. In the short sermon category, finalists are lim-
ited to five minutes and must use original material.
District competitors with a high enough score
advanced to nationals. Chaney received the highest
score in the Springfield district competition held in
March.
With this year’s festival theme centering on the
word “finish,” Chaney’s winning sermon compared
her own race observations pertaining to the Daytona
500 to our race in life. She referenced the Apostle
Paul, missionary William Carey and personal stories
from her grandmothers as examples of people could
emulate to finish life’s race well.
“It’s all about the finish,” Chaney says in her
sermon, which can be heard in its entirety by visit-
ing www.firstassemblyofgod.org. Click on sermons,
then on Hannah Chaney.
Kris Wilson/News Tribune
Starting school
Above, Quincy Hester puts his crayons in
his supply box Thursday during his first day
of school in Mrs. Cathy Schnieders’ kinder-
garten class at East Elementary School. At
left, kindergarteners swing as high as they
can while enjoying their afternoon recess
at East Elementary.
Submitted photo
Jefferson City youth Hannah Chaney recently
won a national contest for her oratory skills.
The eighth-grader took first place in the Short
Sermon, Junior Category at the National Fine
Arts Festival in Orlando, Fla.
New Bloomfield
schools to get
extra $37,000
By Don Norfleet
For the News Tribune
The New Bloomfield School
District will receive an estimated
$37,000 more in property tax reve-
nue generated by this year’s increase
in assessed valuation in the district.
Superintendent David Tramel
said the district’s assessed valuation
increased from $42.8 million in 2012
to $44 million in 2013.
Prior to its regular August meet-
ing, the New Bloomfield Board of
Education conducted a public hear-
ing to set the district’s property and
real estate tax rate for the coming
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year. No one appeared at the
hearing.
The board set the district’s
overall real estate property
tax rate at $4.3858 per $100
assessed valuation. Tramel
said that rate amounts to an
increase of 4.46 cents per
$100 assessed valuation for
the 2013-14 school year. The
increase, he said, will produce
an extra $37,000 in property
and real estate tax revenue for
the district.
Tramel said even though
the 2.8 percent increase in
assessed valuation was more
than the benchmark consum-
er price index increase of 1.7
percent, the actual increase in
valuation allowed in calculat-
ing the tax rate was only .34
percent or about one-third of
1 percent.
The district’s operating tax
rate was set at $3.04 per $100
assessed valuation, which is
an increase of 4.46 cents over
last year.
The district’s debt service
tax rate was calculated at
1.5761 cents. But the board
approved keeping it at the
current rate of 1.3452 per-
cent.
Tramel said the district’s
bond consultant, LJ Hart Co.
of St. Louis, had assured him
that the current debt service
rate was sufficient to service
the district’s debt for the 2013-
14 school year.
The district’s overall bud-
get for the 2013-14 school
year is about $5.4 million.
Of this amount, $1.3 million
is raised through local real
and personal property taxes
and $2.49 million comes from
the state’s school foundation
aid program. The remaining
$1.61 million comes from
other federal, state and local
tax funds that include sev-
eral hundred miscellaneous
sources.
The district’s current year’s
budget remains on track and
is well within spending lim-
its.
In other action, Tramel said
a fiber optic telephone line
used for Internet service at the
school was damaged during
construction of a sidewalk,
knocking out Internet service
at the school.
Tramel said it was learned
the cable had been installed
improperly several years ear-
lier and there is no record of
the installer.
He said it was buried only
about six inches below the
ground when it should have
been at least two feet under-
ground. It also was installed in
a spiral metal conduit that was
not waterproof.
Tramel said it was neces-
sary to rebuild the entire cable
system.
The board also discussed
drainage problems on the dis-
trict’s new track. That led to
discussion of other problems
encountered with drainage
throughout the district’s 50-
acre complex.
The board agreed to prepare
a request for proposals from
area excavation and landscap-
ing firms on how to deal with
the drainage problems.
Board member Craig
Abbott said the district needs
to figure its current costs of
maintenance of the grounds
and compare that with costs
of contracting with a private
firm for grounds mainte-
nance.
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POLICE
REPORTS
SHERIFF
REPORTS
Wednesday
calls for service
Thefts were reported in
the 300 block of Old Gibler
Road, 400 block of Cherry
Street, 1400 block of Mis-
souri Boulevard, 2900 block
of Valley View Terrace, 1000
block of Industrial Drive,
700 block of West Stadium
Boulevard and 200 block of
McKinley Street.
Property destruction
was reported in the 400
block of Virginia Trail.
Child neglect was
reported in the 1200 block
of East Elm Street.
An illegal burn was
reported in the 200 block
of Schumate Chapel Road.
An accident with prop-
erty damage was reported
in the 1100 block of Jeffer-
son Street.
Domestic violence was
reported in the 2500 block
of Southridge Drive.
Fraud was reported in
the 2100 block of Schot-
thill Woods Drive.
An accident with inju-
ries was reported in the
2100 block of Missouri
Boulevard.
Trespassing was report-
ed in the 200 block of West
Elm Street.
Wednesday
calls for service
Assaults were reported
in the 5200 block of Collier
Court and 3800 block of
Randall Drive.
An accident with prop-
erty damage was reported
at Route T and West Busi-
ness 50 in St. Martins.
Lost or stolen prop-
erty was reported in the
9700 block of Pleasant Hill
Road.
Property destruction
was reported in the 10500
block of Marina Road.
Area teenager
hurt in accident
A Belle teen was injured
in a one-vehicle accident
at 9:50 a.m. Wednesday on
County Road 422, east of
Route H, in Maries County.
According to the High-
way Patrol report a 2010
Polaris Ranger HD driv-
en eastbound by Felic-
ity A. Rutledge, 14, slid on
gravel, ran off the road,
returned to the road and
overturned.
Rutledge was taken to
Phelps County Regional
Medical Center.
She was wearing a seat
belt.
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SUNDAY
• “Young Frankenstein the Musical,”
12:30 p.m., Capital City Players at Shikles
Auditorium, 681-9012 or www.capitalcity-
players.com.
MONDAY
• Jefferson City Council, 6 p.m., City
Hall.
• Adult Summer Reading Event, 6 p.m.,
Missouri River Regional Library, Annex Con-
ference room, 634-6064, ext. 238.
TUESDAY
• Centertown Board of Trustees, 6:30
p.m., City Hall.
• Cole County Farmers Market, 4-6 p.m.,
Kmart parking lot.
• Free Community Meal, 5-6 p.m., Holts
Summit Civic Building.
• Trivia Night, 6 p.m., Marine Corps
League, 4925 Bus. Hwy. 50 West, 893-8762.
• Tail Waggin’ Tutors, 7 p.m., Missouri
River Regional Library, Children’s Play Area,
634-6064, ext. 229.
• A Pet Project - for the World, 7 p.m.,
Missouri River Regional Library, Art Gallery,
634-6064, ext. 250.
WEDNESDAY
• Become a Teacher in Missouri, 4:30-
7:30 p.m., Missouri River Regional Library,
free, 877-669-2228.
• Family Fun - Up the Mountain, Missouri
River Regional Library, Art Gallery, 634-
6064, ext. 229.
• Computer Class: Facebook 101, Mis-
souri River Regional Library, Annex Confer-
ence room, 634-6064, ext. 257.
THURSDAY
• Lincoln University Farmers Market,
5-6:30 p.m., 1219 Chestnut St.
• Free Community Meal, 5-6 p.m., Holts
Summit Civic Building.
• “Anything Goes,” 7:30 p.m., Miller Per-
forming Arts Center by The Little Theatre of
Jefferson City.
• Teen Duct Tape School Supplies, Mis-
souri River Regional Library, Art Gallery,
634-6064, ext. 248.
AUG. 23
• Cole County Farmers Market, 4-6 p.m.,
Kmart parking lot.
• Golden Age Eagle chicken dinner, 11
a.m.-1:30 p.m. and 4:30-7 p.m., deliveries of
five or more 636-2440 before 10:30 a.m.
• “Anything Goes,” 7:30 p.m., Miller Per-
forming Arts Center by The Little Theatre of
Jefferson City.
AUG. 24
• Cole County Farmers Market, 2-4 p.m.,
Kmart parking lot.
• Community Appreciation Day, 11 a.m.-
2 p.m., Columbia College-Jefferson City,
free, 634-3250.
• Hayden Backes Benefit, dinner 5-7
p.m., live and silent auction, Loose Creek
Community Center, 301-2772; 680-5968;
291-1777; 619-6752; 291-2226; 619-8769.
• Lincoln University Farmers Market, 9
a.m.-noon, 1219 Chestnut St.
• “Anything Goes,” 7:30 p.m., with 2 p.m.,
matinee, Miller Performing Arts Center by
The Little Theatre of Jefferson City.
• Taste of Local Missouri Food Festival,
4-8 p.m., Old Munichburg.
• Boy Scout Troop 1 barbecue, 11 a.m.-4
p.m., Schulte’s parking lot.
AUG. 26
• Russellville City Council, 7 p.m.
• Ladies with disabilities meeting, 2-4
p.m., Independent Living Resource Center,
1760 Southridge Drive, to register call 556-
0400.
AUG. 27
• Free Community Meal, 5-6 p.m., Holts
Summit Civic Building.
• Cole County Farmers Market, 4-6 p.m.,
Kmart parking lot.
AUG. 28
• Lincoln University’s Vegetable and
Integrated Pest Management Festival, 4-
7 p.m., George Washington Carver Farm,
free event but registration is required at
681-5312.
AUG. 29
• Lincoln University Farmers Market,
5-6:30 p.m., 1219 Chestnut St.
• Free Community Meal, 5-6 p.m., Holts
Summit Civic Building.
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The bulk of the dis-
trict’s wealth comes from
residential and personal
property, not commercial
or agricultural sources.
Also on Tuesday, the
Board of Education held
a tax rate hearing, but ulti-
mately voted to keep the
district’s property tax rates
the same as they’ve been
for the past six years.
The operating levy
will remain at $2.75 and
the debt service levy will
remain at 91 cents per $100
of assessed valuation. The
last time the levies were
increased was in 2007 when
30 cents was added to com-
plete the Middle School.
The board also
approved a $10.1 million
budget on Tuesday. Of
that amount, $9.1 million
will be used to operate the
schools; the rest will ser-
vice the district’s debts.
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Jefferson City authori-
ties didn’t know if there
was any connection
between Mayes’ death and
his criminal charges here.
Shades of Grace will perform
a southern Gospel concert at
10:30 a.m. Sunday at Harvest
Time Ministries Church, 100
Chet-Jac Drive, Holts Summit.
Call 636-7956 for more
information.
Financial Peace University
will be offered at 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday nights beginning
Sept. 4 at Wesley United Meth-
odist Church, Missouri 179.
E-mail to stephanie.grein-
er@hotmail.com or call 298-
2711 for more information.
The Rev. Derrick Perkins,
senior pastor of Centennial
Christian Church, St. Louis,
will be the guest speaker at the
163rd anniversary celebration
for Quinn Chapel A.M.E. Church
at 3:30 p.m. Sunday in its new
building at 415 Lafayette St.
The choir from the St.
Louis church will join Per-
kins in the theme “We come
this far by faith,” based on
Hebrew 11:6.
Call 635-4421 or visit
quinnchapeljc on Facebook for
more information.
CHURCHNEWS
Mo. county
reports
most roads
damaged by
flooding
WAYNESVILLE (AP) — Offi-
cials in south-central Mis-
souri’s Pulaski County say at
least 90 percent of their roads
were damaged by last week’s
heavy flooding.
Presiding Commissioner
Gene Newkirk said the damage
to 65 percent of the roadways
in the county is considered
major. About two dozen low-
water crossings were washed
out and remain closed.
Pulaski County was among
the hardest hit by floods that
swamped much of southern
Missouri amid several days of
rain. A 23-year-old woman and
her 4-year-old son died when
their car was caught in a flash
flood in Waynesville.
The Red Cross and other
agencies opened a one-stop
relief center Tuesday in Waynes-
ville for homeowners and oth-
ers needing help with flood-
related losses. The Red Cross
says more than 200 families
had registered for assistance by
Wednesday afternoon.
Missouri
entities get
$1.8M
for health
navigators
The federal government
says several Missouri entities
will share up to $1.8 million in
grants to help people sign up
for insurance through a new
online marketplace.
Primaris Healthcare Business
Solutions will get more than $1
million to lead a coalition of
11 health care and social ser-
vice organizations that are sup-
posed to raise awareness about
health insurance options.
An additional $750,000 will
go to the Missouri Alliance of
Area Agencies on Aging for out-
reach and education efforts.
The Missouri grants are
among $67 million being
awarded nationally by the U.S.
Department of Health and
Human Services to provide
“navigators” for participants in
health insurance exchanges.
Enrollment through the
online marketplaces begins
Oct. 1. Missouri’s health insur-
ance exchange is being run by
the federal government.
3 arrested
in connection
with Columbia
homicide
COLUMBIA (AP) — Police
have arrested three people in
connection with a July 14 shoot-
ing death at a Columbia park.
Thearrests made late
Wednesday and Thursday
morning are tied to the death
of Tre’Veon Marshall. The sus-
pects range in age from 17 to
19.
Police said the investigation
is ongoing.
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SCHUPP
George Oscar Schupp, 78, of Jefferson City, passed away on
Wednesday, August 14, 2013, surrounded by his family and his
dogs, Chrissy and Claire.
George's death came after several years of struggling with
Alzheimer's.
George was born on January 11, 1935, in West
Plains, Mo., the third child of Oscar George
Schupp and Esther Stanley, whom preceded
him in death. He was also preceded in death by
his brother, Stanley Schupp.
George's wife, Janice Gail Fay Schupp, pre-
ceded him in death on August 16, 2010.
George was a life-long resident of Jefferson
City after moving to Jefferson City in the 1940s.
George earned the prestigious Eagle Scout.
George graduated from Jefferson City High School in 1953.
George lettered in football, track, baseball and basketball at
Jefferson City High School. George's skills as on offensive guard
in high school allowed him to continue to play football in college
at Central Missouri State University, however he seemed
especially proud of the fact that he lettered in basketball even
though he was mainly on the practice squad.
During his college years, George served in the National
Guard from 1953 through 1956. In 1957, George entered active
duty Army and served honorably until 1959. While stationed at
Killeen Base, Texas near Fort Hood, George was a specialist in
military ammunition supply and storage. Although George did
not know it at the time, this was one of the United States' first
National Stockpile Sites for nuclear weapons commonly known
as "Site Baker."
Following his time in the service, George worked various jobs
around Jefferson City. Many local residents remember George as
the co-owner and primary operator of the once popular
Randazzo Park-In Liquor Store in Cedar City. George also served
as Mayor of Cedar City. After his retirement, George became
active in volunteer activities, including AARP and the Salvation
Army Thrift Store.
On October 4, 1986, (on the feast of St. Francis) George
married Janice Fay. George loved Jan tremendously and would
listen to her for hours on end as Jan would discuss her relentless
pursuit of issues involving end-of-life care. In George's step-
children's eyes, this is what made George particularly special!
While many knew George as a people person, he was also a
big lover of animals. In fact, his two surviving dogs were at his
bedside when he passed. Even as George's memory faded to
only the most familiar memories of his childhood, he still
frequently asked for his two "kids," his dogs.
George was a great cook. He also loved playing golf (member
at Meadow Lake for many years), enjoyed camping, watching
sports on TV (mainly the Cardinals and Mizzou football and
basketball), doing "handyman" projects (many of which were at
the behest of his wife) and gardening.
George is survived by his sister, Mary Edna Nower, four step-
children, Charlotte McDonough and family (husband Mike and
children, Tim and Kaitlyn), Brenda Fife and family (husband
Matt and children, Will and Beth), Rich Murray and family (wife
Carla and children, Samantha and Jada) and David Murray;
niece and nephews, and many others.
Funeral Mass will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, August
17, 2013, at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Jefferson City and
visitation time with family will be from 12:00 to 1:45 p.m. Satur-
day at Memorial Park pavilion, across the street from the
Cathedral. The celebrant will be Father Dylan Schrader. Burial
will be in Hawthorn Memorial Gardens.
Memorials are suggested to The Alzheimer's Association or
The Salvation Army.
Online condolences may be left for the family at
www.rollfuneralhome.com
DICKERSON
Jessie L. Dickerson, age 97, formerly of Lapel, Indiana, passed
away August 14, 2013, at Summit Villa in Holts Summit, Mis-
souri.
She was born on February 6, 1916, in Madison County, In-
diana, the daughter of William and Hazel Meeker.
She was a 1934 graduate of Lapel High School.
Jessie was married October 16, 1942, in Lapel Indiana to Neal
F Dickerson who preceded her in death on January 30, 1985.
Jessie worked for Delco Remy for 80 years before she became
a homemaker. She was a resident of Lapel, Indiana, for 91 years
and was very involved in a variety of community activities and
organizations. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist
Church for 92 years and served on the church advisory board, as
well as other committees. She was a children’s Sunday school
teacher and a longtime member United Methodist Women. She
belonged to the Nameless Bridge Club for 73 years, the Lady
Lions Club, the Home Economics Club and the Women’s
Society of Christian Service. Jessie was a troop leader for the
local Cub Scouts and Brownie Scouts. She worked as a clerk in
the Lapel Drug Store for 17 years.
Jessie was a devoted wife, mother, sister, and friend, whose
life goal was serving others without notice. Jessie loved to laugh
and live life to its fullest. She had many interests including
reading, keeping up with local and national politics, needle
work, bridge, cooking and traveling.
Survivors include one daughter, Linda Ennis and her
husband Dr. Jim Ennis of Jefferson City, Missouri; and two
grandchildren, Ashley Greeno and her husband Chad of
Shawnee, Kansas, Andrew Ennis and his wife Sara of Liberty,
Missouri; and four great-grandchildren, Riley Greeno, Brady
Greeno , Chase Greeno and Elizabeth Ennis.
Jessie was preceded in death by her husband, Neal; her son,
Kenneth N. Dickerson; three sisters, Martha Keesling, Mary
Payne, and Alma Neese; and two special nieces, Mary E Neese
and Sandra Neese.
Visitation will be held at Scott E. Hersberger Funeral Home
in Lapel Indiana on Saturday, August 17, 2013, from 1:00 to 3:00
p.m. with a memorial services following at 3:00 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to
Trinity United Methodist Church, P. O. Box 606, Lapel, Indiana
46051-0606.
GORE
Beverley R. Gore, age 72, of
Sunrise Beach, passed away
Tuesday, August 13, 2013, at
the Laurie Care Center.
She is survived by her
sisters, Sandra Foster and
husband Don of Sunrise
Beach, and Linda Cornelius
and husband Bill of
Wetumpka, Okla.; an aunt; and
several cousins, nieces,
nephews, great-nieces and
great-nephews.
A celebration of Beverley's
life will be 11 a.m., Monday,
August 19, at the Kidwell-
Garber Laurie/Sunrise Beach
Chapel.
Memorial contributions are
suggested to S.T.A.F.F. Animal
Rescue in Sunrise Beach.
www.kidwellgarber.com
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STATE
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Mo. officials back State Fair
despite Obama stunt
SEDALIA (AP) — The Mis-
souri State Fair got a strong
show of political support
Thursday from many of the
state’s top elected officials who
flocked to a big-top-tent ham
breakfast despite criticism of
a weekend rodeo clown act
that mocked President Barack
Obama.
Scores of politicians and
hundreds of fairgoers attend-
ed the annual ham breakfast
at the Sedalia fairgrounds in
what amounted to a symbol-
ic reaffirmation of the state’s
support for the fair.
The breakfast was held five
days after the bull riding con-
test in which one rodeo clown
wore an Obama mask while
another riled up spectators
while asking if they wanted
to see Obama run down by a
bull.
Missouri’s elected officials
quickly denounced the stunt
as disrespectful, and the
State Fair imposed a lifetime
ban on the rodeo clown who
made the disparaging state-
ments about Obama. Some
Democratic Missouri House
members had suggested fur-
ther repercussions, includ-
ing cancelling the governor’s
annual ham breakfast and
possibly cutting state fund-
ing for the fair.
But Democratic Gov. Jay
Nixon pressed forward with
the breakfast, which has been
a traditional gathering spot at
which politicians of all parties
can shake hands with Missouri
residents in an informal atmo-
sphere.
Nixon, who on Thursday
wore cowboy boots with his
blue blazer and tie, said the
rodeo clown act was “inap-
propriate and offensive” but
wasn’t a reason to cancel the
breakfast or cut fair funding.
“One action like this is
not going to in anyway slow
down the strong progress and
the vital importance that this
showcase is for agriculture,”
Nixon said.
Rather than curtailing fund-
ing, Nixon said he supports
efforts to improve the century-
old fairgrounds.
“We’re looking at ways to
both refresh these facilities
and to make them ... a desti-
nation not just for ten days in
the summer but also to get the
maximum impact out of these
facilities year-round,” Nixon
said.
Republican House and Sen-
ate leaders also pledged their
support for the fair.
The rodeo clown’s stunt
“was out of line — it was dis-
respectful — but it shouldn’t
be seen as an indictment of
the entire fair,” Senate Presi-
dent Pro Tem Tom Dempsey,
R-St. Charles, said. “I hope this
doesn’t keep us from looking at
some of the investments that
need to be made to keep the
fair vibrant.”
House Budget Committee
Chairman Rick Stream, who
toured the fairground facili-
ties Wednesday with sev-
eral other lawmakers, said
he supports spending more
money on capital improve-
ments that could allow the
fairgrounds to be rented out
for more events. Stream, R-
Kirkwood, said that could
bring in more revenues,
which could further reduce
the state subsidy for the fair’s
operations.
Most of the Missouri State
Fair’s roughly $4.5 million
operating budget comes from
fees charged to attendees
and vendors, but it receives
about $558,000 from the state,
according to the state budget
office.
Despite wanting to elimi-
nate state funding for the fair,
Rep. John Mayfield, D-Inde-
pendence, attended the ham
breakfast. He suggested Thurs-
day that Missouri could sell
the naming rights to the fair,
which could allow it to be
entirely self-financed.
Although a few Demo-
cratic lawmakers cited the
rodeo clown act as a reason
for skipping the fair, nearly
all of Missouri’s statewide
elected officials were present.
Spokespeople for U.S. Sen.
Claire McCaskill and Attor-
ney General Chris Koster said
their absences were unrelat-
ed to the rodeo clown stunt;
McCaskill was at a family
wedding-related event and
Koster was participating in
jury selection for a murder
trial.
Ham breakfast attendee
Robert Wood, who wore a
sticker with the words “RIGHT
WING EXTREMIST,” said that
while the rodeo clown’s state-
ments were unnecessary, the
hubbub over the Obama mask
had been blown out of propor-
tion.
“It’s a sad state of affairs
when people get uptight over
the fact that this guy just had
a clown mask,” said Wood, 75,
of Glasgow.
Westminster College
officially opens
Mesa campus
For the News Tribune
Westminster College Presi-
dent Barney Forsythe officially
opened the college’s second
campus Thursday in a ribbon-
cutting ceremony at the newly-
dubbed Mesa Center for High-
er Education in Mesa, Ariz.
A handful of college officials
in Fulton “attended” the event
via streaming video feed.
The new college will share
space in the recently renovated
former Mesa Municipal Court-
house with Wilkes University
of Pennsylvania.
“It’s a great day to be a blue
jay,” Forsythe said. “At West-
minster, we mark our history
and traditions of 162 years with
some key days ... and now, Aug.
15, 2013, there’s the establish-
ment of Westminster at Mesa.”
Forsythe said the Mesa
campus will seek to provide
the same educational environ-
ment and methods the college
is known for.
Rob Crouse, director of col-
lege relations, said many Ful-
ton campus activities, such
as the upcoming symposium,
would be shown via stream-
ing video in Arizona, but that
campus would also get its own
speakers simultaneously. The
new campus would also open
internship and employment
opportunities for Fulton stu-
dents, with Mesa’s proximity
to several health professions
and the Chicago Cubs’ training
facility.
The first semester in Mesa
is expected to start on Aug. 22
with about two dozen students
enrolled.
QUICKMISSOURI
AP
Gov. Jay Nixon watches The Baker Family perform at the Governor’s Ham Breakfast at
the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia on Thursday.
Submitted photo
Westminster College cel-
ebrated the grand opening
of a second campus on
Thursday in Mesa, Ariz.
Fuel charge increased approved for KCP&L
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — Missouri regulators have approved
a request from Kansas City Power & Light-Greater Missouri
Operations to raise the fuel charge on electric bills.
The Public Service Commission says the increase amounts
to about 78 cents a month for residential customers in portions
of Kansas City, and $1.29 for those in St. Joseph. They take effect
Sept. 1.
The fuel adjustment charge allows power companies to
recover most of its fuel costs. Charges appear in a separate cat-
egory on customer bills. The charge is designed to help utilities
address volatility in fuel pricing.
The change affects about 313,000 electric customers in an
area of Missouri that includes Kansas City and St. Joseph.
Man charged in incident
that spurred lockdown
WELDON SPRING (AP) — A St. Charles man is facing charges
of making a terrorist threat for an incident that spurred a lock-
down in the Francis Howell School District.
Gary Richard Schneider, 42, was charged Thursday and is
jailed on $25,000 bond.
Police say Schneider and his ex-wife had an argument over
the phone related to child custody and he allegedly showed up
at Francis Howell High School, where she works. Authorities
say he made threats, then left. The high school and some other
schools in the district were placed on lockdown until Schneider
was arrested later Tuesday morning in Chesterfield.
Teen flees secure Springfield hospital
SPRINGFIELD (AP) — Another teen has managed to flee a
secure psychiatric hospital in Springfield that has reported at
least three other runaways.
The teenage boy ran away Sunday from Lakeland Behavioral
Health System, which cares for children and young adults.
Officials at Lakeland didn’t immediately return phone calls
and emails from the News-Leader seeking comment.
A state inspection of Lakeland conducted after a teen ran
away in March found that two other patients had also run away.
Hospital officials told state Department of Health and Senior
Services they have improved how they transport patients and
will randomly audit patient charts to check for patients at risk
of running away.
Driver in KC day care crash
likely hit wrong pedal
KANSAS CITY (AP) — Police say a 74-year-old driver probably
stomped the accelerator instead of the brake before knocking a
parked car into a Kansas City day care last month.
The driver told police a maroon car pulled out in front of his
sport utility vehicle and hit his Range Rover. The driver said he
then lost control of his vehicle before knocking a parked Cadillac
into the Christian Academy Child Care east of downtown. Three
children were injured.
But investigators said the Range Rover bore no evidence of a
crash with a car other than the Cadillac.
Investigators concluded that the primary factor in the wreck
was the driver “failing to give his full time and attention to the
safe operation” of his vehicle.
Ex-license office worker
gets probation for theft
FARMINGTON (AP) — A former employee of a state license office
in eastern Missouri has been placed on probation for stealing.
Tiffany De-Nay Huskey, 27, of Bonne Terre pleaded guilty
last week. In addition to five years of probation she repaid the
$48,000 that was stolen.
An investigation of the Farmington License Office began after
a 2011 audit. Huskey told authorities she changed the tax rates
from a city to a county rate after the customer had already paid
the correct amount, and she kept the difference.
Missouri license offices are operated by independent con-
tractors. Alternative Opportunities operates the Farmington
office. A spokesman says customers were not victimized by
Huskey’s scam, but the Missouri Department of Revenue was
shortchanged.
Sunset Hills weighs bow hunting of deer
SUNSET HILLS (AP) — A St. Louis County town may allow
limited bow hunting in an effort to reduce the growing deer
population.
Sunset Hills aldermen have given preliminary approval to the
plan. A final vote will be taken at the next board meeting.
City Collector Mike Sawicki, who led the committee that set
up the deer control policy and hunting regulations, says Sunset
Hills has a “severe” deer problem. He says the deer create safety
and ecological concerns.
The plan would allow the use of a bow during the hunting
season that runs Sept. 15 through Nov. 15 and Nov. 27 to Jan. 15.
Hunters would be required to agree to several regulations.
Convicted Missouri killer dies;
autopsy planned
CHARLESTON (AP) — A man sentenced to life in prison for a
southern Missouri killing has died.
The Missouri Department of Corrections says 35-year-old
Benny Volner died Wednesday at a hospital in Cape Girardeau,
where he had been taken from the Southeast Correctional Cen-
ter in Charleston. An autopsy is planned to determine the cause
of death.
Volner was convicted of first-degree murder, robbery and
armed criminal action in 2010. He was one of four people
accused in the killing of a man whose body was found in 2008 in
a water-filled quarry near Lebanon.
Fines levied after
fatal blast levels
KC eatery
KANSAS CITY (AP) — The
federal government said Thurs-
day it is seeking a $161,000 fine
against a cable company sub-
contractor after a fatal explo-
sion leveled a Kansas City res-
taurant.
The U.S. Department of
Labor said in a news release
that Olathe, Kan.-based Heart-
land Midwest was being cited
for two willful and three seri-
ous violations after a crew
breached a natural gas supply
line Feb. 19 with a horizon-
tal drilling machine. The blast
that came that evening leveled
JJ’s restaurant near the Coun-
try Club Plaza, a busy outdoor
shopping area. One restaurant
worker died and 15 other peo-
ple were injured.
“This explosion was a trag-
ic event that stemmed from
errors on behalf of Heartland
Midwest,” said Marcia Drumm,
acting regional administrator
for the Occupational Safety
and Health Administration in
Kansas City. “It is heartbreak-
ing that a person was killed,
and numerous employees were
severely injured as a result of
these violations.”
Heartland attorney Brad
Russell disputed the allegations
and said in a written state-
ment that Missouri Gas Energy,
which owned the gas line that
was ruptured, and the utility
locating service didn’t provide
the cable contractor the depth
of the gas line or correct num-
ber of utility lines in the area.
“Heartland is disappoint-
ed that OSHA has decided to
issue ill-founded and unsub-
stantiated allegations that are
neither supported by facts or
even law under these circum-
stances,” the statement said.
Among the willful viola-
tions, OSHA alleges Heartland
failed to provide its employees
with a workplace “free of rec-
ognized hazards” while bor-
ing underground and crossing
the paths of existing utilities.
The second willful violation
alleged the company failed
to ensure all crew members
were equipped with footwear
that protected them from elec-
trocution while boring near
underground electric lines.
OSHA defines a willful vio-
lation as one committed with
intentional knowing or vol-
untary disregard for the law’s
requirements or with plain
indifference to worker safety
and health.
The serious violations,
defined as those with a sub-
stantial probability of death or
serious physical harm, include
claims that Heartland failed to
ensure workers were qualified
to operate the equipment and
instructed to avoid hazards.
OSHA said no training or certi-
fication records could be pro-
duced for the drilling equipment
operator. And the agency found
that although the drilling equip-
ment manufacturer requires
workers to read the machine’s
operating manual, the opera-
tor wasn’t provided a Spanish
version, even though he neither
speaks nor reads English.
The release also noted that
the company didn’t prevent a
worker from smoking after the
gas line was breached.
Because of the violations,
OSHA placed Heartland in a
severe violator program that
focuses on “recalcitrant employ-
ers that endanger workers.”
JJ’s also faces a proposed
$2,000 penalty for having a
deficient emergency action
plan. But Steve Emerson, an
attorney for JJ’s, stressed that
JJ’s employees had evacuated
all of the patrons safely and
were in the process of evac-
uating themselves when the
explosion occurred.
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The Associated Press
“It has become difficult for me
to continue to take responsibil-
ity for decisions I disapprove of,
and I fear their consequences.”
— U.S., and Nobel Peace Prize
winner Mohamed ElBaradei
who resigned as Egypt’s interim
vice president after riot police
smashed two protest camps
of supporters of the deposed
Islamist president, touching off
street violence that officials said
killed nearly 300 people.
“I misled the American people.
I misled the House of Represen-
tatives. I misled the Federal Elec-
tion Commission. I was wrong.”
— Former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.
after he sentenced to 2
1
⁄2 years
in prison for illegally spending
$750,000 in campaign funds on
personal items.
Timing an
issue in
scheduled
executions
The News Tribune
State and federal judges may need
to synchronize their watches if two
Missouri executions are expected to
be carried out.
The Missouri Supreme Court
restarted the execution clock for two
Missouri death row inmates — Allen
Nicklasson and Joseph Franklin —
when it set their respective execution
dates for Oct. 23 and Nov. 22.
The state court’s action marks a
reversal of an ongoing delay while
Missouri awaited a federal court rul-
ing on the constitutionality of using a
designated execution drug, propofol.
If that name sounds familiar, it is
because it is the anesthetic drug that
killed pop star Michael Jackson.
The federal court challenge essen-
tially claims the drug may not prevent
offenders from suffering cruel and
unusual punishment during execu-
tions.
Presumably, the state could desig-
nate a different anesthetic for execu-
tions, but the practical effect might
be further delay while the existing
lawsuit becomes moot and a new
lawsuit challenges the replacement
drug.
Propofol was designated as Mis-
souri’s execution anesthetic after a
previous drug became unavailable.
And it also appears to be on its way
out.
The manufacturer of the drug said
it will not sell propofol to states that
intend to use it for executions.
As a consequence, timing also is
a factor regarding use of the drug.
The state’s three remaining dosages
of the drug have the following expira-
tion dates — October, May 2014 and
2015.
Death by execution remains on
the books in Missouri as a possible
punishment in some capital murder
convictions.
As a practical matter, however,
Missouri executions gradually have
become fewer and farther between.
Capital punishment opponents
have been fairly successful at blocking
a procedure they have been unable to
eliminate.
A death penalty is irrevocable. Our
justice system must be certain an per-
son is guilty of specific capital murder
circumstances before sentencing that
offender to death.
If and when that determination is
made, however, let the punishment
be carried out.
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Thoughts on proposed
conference center
Frank Rycyk
406 Chestnut St.
Dear Editor:
What if we built a conference center and
nobody came? This might happen if we build it
too small. I commend the City Council for vot-
ing money for a market study. This may save us
money in the long run.
Market studies of years ago pointed toward
a larger building. Responsible citizens tell of
conventions which might come here if the space
were available.
Again, the question of how to pay for it.
Nine million dollars has been budgeted toward
a noted conference center combination Five
million dollars is being spent by the Parks and
Recreation Department for a building twice the
size of proposed conference centers. This does
not include a hotel.
One purpose of the hotel is to provide some-
body to manage the building. How can we man-
age the building without hotel involvement? A
hotel might be a good idea. It does not appear to
be in the budget.
How about the Convention and Visitor’s
Bureau (CVB)? Could we ask them to manage the
convention center? They may not have expertise
in food service. Food service could be contracted
out. They may not have expertise in building
maintenance. This could be contracted out. What
we do hope that they have expertise in is bring-
ing conventions to town. A larger building would
help.
Remember the $9 million and $5 million dol-
lar figures. The $4 million difference could pay
for management.
By eliminating the hotel from the RFP we
could build a convention center instead of a
conference center. The CVB might enjoy their
new building. There might be room for the MSP
museum. Win-win thinking may result. The city
may be on the way to greater prosperity.
As an afterthought, how about the RR Don-
nelley building. We could then include a small
museum dedicated to the printing industry. This
would save the expense of relocating some of the
equipment. There are many possibilities.
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Medicaid expansion
would cushion job loss
Cynthia Johnson
Jefferson City
Dear Editor:
More than 470 RR Donnelley workers will lose
their jobs in October, just two months before
Christmas. I’ve no doubt the community and its
citizens will want to do all they can to help these
workers and their families get past this crisis and
into new jobs as soon as possible. Given the state
of our economy, this may take some time.
Our neighbors and friends at the RR Don-
nelley will lose their jobs in October. For many,
this will mean filing for unemployment benefits,
retraining and months of job hunting. RR Don-
nelley paid a living wage and these salaries may
be hard to replace. This was also the case when
Daniels Construction completed its work on the
power plant in the early ‘80s.
Today’s unemployed workers have an advan-
tage that wasn’t available back then. The health
insurance marketplaces will open on Oct. 1.
RR Donnelley workers will be able to purchase
good insurance plans at low cost and many will
qualify for subsidies to bring their out-of-pocket
expense even lower. These plans must accept
them and cannot charge more if they have pre-
existing conditions. There are no lifetime caps on
coverage and their young adult children may be
covered under their plan up to age 26.
Previously, the only coverage option available
was under COBRA, a law that allows employees
to remain on an employer’s health plan for up to
18 months. The employee pays the full cost of the
plan, not just the amount that was deducted from
his pay. Paying double or more is not unheard of
to keep the same coverage.
Even the low cost plans in the marketplace
may be out of reach for RR Donnelley workers
who are sole breadwinners for their families.
For them, an unexpected illness or accident can
mean years of debt or financial ruin.
Coverage could be made available if our elect-
ed official would expand Medicaid to 138 percent
of poverty ($15, 856 for an individual, $30,000 for
a family of four). Medicaid expansion would pro-
vide some peace of mind for these workers, and
bring new jobs into our community.
Under current rules a mom with two kids
making $5,000 is considered too wealthy for ben-
efits. Adults without disabilities cannot qualify at
all, no matter how destitute.
Jefferson Citians are known for lending a help-
ing hand to those in need. Our elected officials
need to follow our lead and expand Medicaid
now.
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Humane alternatives
to gas chamber
Cathe Bauer
Jefferson City
Dear Editor:
As an animal and nature lover I am writing in
support of doing away with the gas chamber at
the Jefferson City Animal Shelter.
The gas chamber has been proven to be
extremely inhumane. Why euthanize feral cats
and dogs when we have the Wild Thing Program
and the SNAP program?
Spaying and neutering our cats and dogs is the
most effective tool for animal control.
I think it is important to rehome pets, educate
the public and encourage people to be more
compassionate to all creatures. Instead it seems
we are needlessly fighting about something
that can actually be discontinued and changed
tomorrow!
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vineyard, neither shalt thou gather
every grape of thy vineyard, thou
shalt leave them for the poor and
stranger, I am the Lord your God.
Leviticus 19: 10
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A constitutional cure for what ails us
When I studied the U.S. Constitu-
tion in school, I learned that for a
bill to become law it first had to be
introduced in either the House or the
Senate. Today, a cynic might
say for a bill to become law
a member of Congress must
first be introduced to a lob-
byist.
Much of government’s
dysfunction, cost and over-
reach can be traced to the
abandonment of the con-
stitutional boundaries the
Founders put in place for
the purpose of controlling
the lust for power.
In his new book, “The Liberty
Amendments: Restoring the Ameri-
can Republic,” Mark R. Levin asserts
the U.S. government isn’t perform-
ing up to standards established by
the Founders because, like a flooding
river, politicians have breached their
constitutional limits.
Levin, who graduated with hon-
ors and a law degree from Temple
University and who hosts a popular
syndicated radio talk show, believes
“The nation has entered an age of
post-constitutional tyranny” resulting
in this attitude by our lead-
ers: “The public is not to be
informed but indoctrinated,
manipulated and misled.”
Before this is dismissed
as the ranting of a far-right
extremist, consider the case
Levin builds: The executive
branch has assumed for itself
“broad lawmaking power,”
creating departments and
agencies that contravene the
doctrine known as separa-
tion of powers; Congress creates mon-
strosities like Obamacare that have
no constitutional origin, spending the
country into record debt and making
America dependent on foreign gov-
ernments, especially China; the judi-
ciary consists of men and women who
are “no more virtuous than the rest of
us and in some cases less so, as they
suffer from the usual human imper-
fections and frailties.” And yet they
make decisions in the name of the
Constitution that cannot be defended
according to the words of the Found-
ers, who believed the judiciary should
be the least powerful and consequen-
tial branch of government. In Federal-
ist No. 78, Alexander Hamilton wrote
that the judiciary branch would be the
weakest of the three because it had
“no influence over either the sword
or the purse. ... It may truly be said
to have neither FORCE nor WILL, but
merely judgment.”
Who can credibly disagree with
Levin when he writes: “What was to
be a relatively innocuous federal gov-
ernment, operating from a defined
enumeration of specific grants of
power, has become an ever-pres-
ent and unaccountable force. It is
the nation’s largest creditor, debtor,
lender, employer, consumer, contrac-
tor, grantor, property owner, tenant,
insurer, health-care provider and pen-
sion guarantor.”
To return America to its consti-
tutional boundaries, Levin proposes
a series of “liberty amendments” to
the Constitution, beginning with one
limiting the terms of congressmen so
they might avoid the bipartisan virus
that infects even some who believe in
limited government, mutating them
into power-hungry influence seekers
with little regard for the public good.
Another amendment would estab-
lish term limits for Supreme Court
justices. “The point is,” argues Levin,
“that the Framers clearly intended
to create intrinsic limitations on the
ability of any one branch or level of
government to have unanswered
authority over the other.”
Another amendment would estab-
lish spending limits for the govern-
ment. Another would grant states the
authority to check Congress.
Levin admits these amendments
are unlikely to win congressional
approval because in Washington
power is not willingly relinquished.
That’s why he proposes the states
bypass Congress, as the Framers pro-
vided, and pass these amendments
themselves. As Levin notes, “Article V
(of the Constitution) expressly grants
state legislatures significant authority
to rebalance the constitutional struc-
ture for the purpose of restoring our
founding principles should the fed-
eral government shed its limitations,
abandon its original purpose and
grow too powerful, as many delegates
in Philadelphia and the state conven-
tions had worried it might.”
Americans who care about the
health and future of their country
have the power through the states
to force the federal government to
abide by its founding document. Mark
Levin’s book is a serious work that can
serve as an action plan for curing
what ails us.
What’s needed is less focus on
Washington and more on state capi-
tals where legislators are more likely
to be responsive to the demands of
“we the people.”
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A decade of Pentagon struggles
bared at trial
WASHINGTON (AP) — Some
of the Pentagon’s most painful
themes of the past decade have
played out at the court-martial
of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning.
At its core, the trial is about
a young soldier who orchestrat-
ed the largest leak of classified
documents in U.S. history, but
it also dramatized some of the
most confounding struggles
at the Defense Department as
it maneuvered through the
longest period of war in the
country’s history. They include
the Pentagon’s internal con-
flict over gays in the military;
the wisdom of counterinsur-
gency campaigns in Iraq and
Afghanistan, which often frus-
trated even the highest military
commanders; and the struggle
to find enough troops to fight
both wars at once.
“You have a number of
themes — overarching themes
— and it’s rare to have all of
that going on in one case,”
retired Army Judge Advocate
Victor M. Hansen said.
“I can’t think of another
case like it,” said Hansen, now
teaching at the New England
School of Law in Boston. “It’s
worth contemplating and
thinking about.”
The trial before military
judge Col. Denise Lind was set
to resume Friday at Fort Meade
Army base outside Baltimore.
Lind is expected to begin delib-
erating in the next couple of
days over the prison sentence
she’ll give the former intelli-
gence analyst for his convic-
tions last month on charges
of espionage, computer fraud
and theft of the documents he
leaked to anti-secrecy group
WikiLeaks while serving in Iraq
in 2010.
The leaks aside, here are
other major issues woven into
the fabric of the case:
NOT ENOUGH TROOPS
One witness, retired Sgt. 1st
Class Paul Adkins, at the court-
martial testified repeatedly
that he remembered nothing
about an important fact in the
trial, having severe memory
loss after a brain injury in Iraq
in 2004 — then being deployed
again in 2006, 2007 and 2009
because his commanders said
he was still fit for duty. Adkins
said commanders had decided
to send the troubled Manning
to Iraq because they believed
they had enough help in place
to keep him functional in the
war zone — and because they
needed intelligence analysts
there. Adkins was eventually
demoted for not reporting to
superiors his concerns that
Manning had serious mental
health problems.
Keeping the war machine
supplied with troops required
extraordinary efforts by the
Pentagon. Over several years,
officials held nearly 200,000
troops involuntarily in the ser-
vice after their recruiting con-
tracts were up; they extended
some tours of duty from the
usual year to an often grueling
15 months, and they sent some
back to the war zones, some as
many as six times.
It was common knowledge
that some were sick and not
fit for duty, but were sent any-
way.
“Keep in mind that it’s not
uncommon for people to deny,
fail to disclose or actively cover
up post-traumatic stress” and
other problems because they
want to deploy for career rea-
sons and other reasons, retired
Navy Judge Advocate Philip D.
Cave said.
“If there’s a theme, it’s the
lowering of standards ... that
seemed necessary at the time,”
said Cave. He also noted that
the military at mid-decade was
using an unusual number of
“waivers,” for example, bring-
ing in recruits who had arrests,
health issues and other prob-
lems in order to fill out the
ranks.
The defense argued Man-
ning should never have been
sent to Iraq.
DON’T ASK DON’T TELL
The Pentagon struggled
over whether to do away with
the law that since 1993 had
prohibited gays from serving
openly in the military, and
it finally began dialing back
the law in 2011, a year after
Manning’s arrest. Manning is
a gay man who was eventually
diagnosed with a gender iden-
tity disorder, and his emotional
turmoil over the issue during
the era of “don’t ask don’t tell”
was an element of the defense.
Navy Capt. David Moulton,
a forensic psychiatrist, testified
that Manning was increasingly
stressed by having to hide his
sense that he was a woman in
a man’s body. That, combined
with the turmoil of a recent
breakup, narcissistic tenden-
cies and youthful idealism,
caused Manning to believe
he could change the world by
spilling classified documents
he believed exposed wrongdo-
ing, Moulton said.
The stream of testimony
over the issue begged the
question of whether Manning
might have fared better or got-
ten more help had he served
after repeal of the “don’t ask,
don’t tell.” Retired Army Col.
Elspeth Ritchie thinks perhaps
not.
“People are still quite dis-
creet — it’s not something that
someone would feel complete-
ly free to go to someone and
talk about,” said Ritchie, for-
mer psychiatry consultant to
the Army surgeon general and
now chief clinical officer at the
District of Columbia’s Depart-
ment of Mental Health.
Straight or gay, troop hesi-
tance to get mental health care
also was a huge issue in the
military over the decade, par-
ticularly with the historic rise
in military suicides. Though
the Pentagon put unprecedent-
ed effort and money toward
addressing the mental health
of the force, many troops still
don’t get help because they
fear the stigma will ruin their
careers.
COUNTERINSURGENCY
CAMPAIGNS
Manning was disturbed by
what he saw at war, including
the civilian deaths and tactics
that turned the local popula-
tions in Iraq and Afghanistan
against U.S. and other foreign
troops. Those are issues that
frustrated other troops who
served, up to the war’s highest
commanders.
Manning said he hoped
exposing how America fought
in Iraq and Afghanistan might
prompt debate and reform of
its counterinsurgency strategy,
which created the battlefield
around any corner and any vil-
lage and neighborhood — and,
as Manning said, often pro-
duced resentment and lack of
cooperation among the people
of both nations.
Ritchie said the question of
Manning’s motives is interest-
ing on various levels.
“People are obviously cast-
ing him as either the hero
who felt he had to reveal — or
the villain,” she said. “Whis-
tle-blower motives are often
a combination of different
things” — feeling angry, left
out or “feeling ‘I’m going to do
something and then I’m going
to be a hero,’” she said.
“That’s played out through-
out his trial ... whether he’s a
hero or a villain or something a
lot more complicated.”
“That’s played out throughout his trial ...
whether he’s a hero or a villain
or something a lot more complicated.”
Retired Army Col. Elspeth Ritchie
NASA, Navy practice
space-capsule recovery
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Dur-
ing the glory days of the U.S.
space program in the 1960s
and ‘70s, astronauts return-
ing to Earth splashed down at
sea in their capsules and were
picked up by the Navy in a tri-
umphant moment that made
for stirring TV. Now, NASA and
the Navy are training again for
the first such recovery in more
than a generation.
On Thursday, they com-
pleted several days of tests,
practicing the retrieval of an
unmanned mock-up of the
Orion capsule that the U.S.
hopes to send someday to an
asteroid and Mars.
Navy divers and the crew
of the USS Arlington carried
out the exercise in the calm
waters of the Elizabeth River at
a Naval Station Norfolk pier.
In a statement, Adm. Bill
Gortney, commander of Navy’s
U.S. Fleet Forces Command,
welcomed the chance to take
part again in recovering NASA
astronauts “just as we did
nearly a half-century ago in
support of America’s quest to
put a man on the moon.”
From 1961 to 1975, teams of
Navy ships tracked and recov-
ered Mercury, Gemini and
Apollo spacecraft after they
re-entered Earth’s atmosphere
and splashed down.
Typically, frogmen would
swim up to the pitching, bob-
bing spacecraft and help the
astronauts out. Then helicop-
ters would hoist the men and
their capsule and fly them to a
waiting aircraft carrier. In a few
instances, the astronauts would
remain inside the capsule while
a crane lifted it aboard a ship.
After Apollo ended, U.S.
astronauts began flying the
space shuttle, which returns to
Earth on a landing strip like an
airplane. With the end of that
program in 2011, astronauts
began hitching rides aboard
Russia’s Soyuz capsule, which
parachutes to a landing on the
steppes of Kazakhstan.
Now, with Orion still under
development, the Defense
Department and NASA have to
dust off their old recovery play-
book and update it to achieve
something they haven’t done
since 1975.
“The test we’re seeing today
is really the first time that we’ve
worked together with DOD to
recover a capsule, really since
that mission. So it’s a pretty
historic start to this program
that we’re doing,” said Scott
Wilson, NASA’s manager of
production operations for the
Orion program.
In a break with the past,
the Navy doesn’t plan to use
helicopters to retrieve Orion,
although they will be avail-
able on standby. Instead, an
amphibious transport ship will
come close to the capsule and
dispatch divers and small boat
teams to go secure it.
As they did on Thursday,
those crews will attach a winch
line to Orion and tow it into
the amphibious ship’s well
deck, a compartment that can
be deliberately flooded. Then
the well deck will be drained,
allowing the astronauts to step
out of the capsule.
AP
Sailors assigned to the amphibious transport dock ship
USS Arlington practice recovering an Orion capsule Tues-
day into the well deck of the USS Arlington as part of
NASA’s first key Orion stationary recovery test at Naval
Station Norfolk.
AP
Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is escorted out of a court-
house in Fort Meade, Md. Manning gave a statement
Wednesday, during the sentencing phase of his court-
martial for leaking military and diplomatic secrets.
Hagel looks to cut impact of recent Obama remarks
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a
highly unusual move to blunt
the legal impact of the presi-
dent’s comments on military
sexual assaults, Defense Secre-
tary Chuck Hagel has ordered
his top leaders to be sure to
only base their judicial deci-
sions on facts and their own
independent judgment.
The one-page memo tells
the military that even though
senior U.S. leaders may open-
ly condemn sexual assault,
drug abuse, hazing and other
crimes, such comments are not
intended to sway the outcome
of any particular case.
In early May, as high-pro-
file incidents of sexual assault
in the military spiked, Presi-
dent Barack Obama — the
nation’s commander-in-chief
— declared he had no toler-
ance for the matter.
“I don’t want just more
speeches or awareness programs
or training but, ultimately, folks
look the other way,” he said. “If
we find out somebody is engag-
ing in this stuff, they’ve got to be
held accountable — prosecut-
ed, stripped of their positions,
court-martialed, fired, dishon-
orably discharged. Period.”
Obama’s remarks have
already affected the outcome in
some cases, including the deci-
sion by a judge in South Caro-
lina to dismiss sexual assault
charges against a soldier.
Defense lawyers have argued
that the president’s remarks
amounted to unlawful com-
mand influence on the cases.
“The comments made by the
president did result in an impact
in some of the cases that were
ongoing from the view of the
judges,” Lt. Gen. Curtis Scapar-
rotti, director of the Joint Staff,
said during a Pentagon press
briefing Thursday. “As a result,
we believed it was necessary ...
to make a statement, simply to
ensure that commanders under-
stood that they act independent-
ly, based on the merits of a case,
and to ensure that there’s no taint
in any of the jurisdiction that
takes place or any of the cases
that are ongoing now.”
It’s not clear if the memo will
effectively limit the legal argu-
ments that defense attorneys
have made. But Scaparrotti said
that commanders understand
their responsibility to act on the
merits of a case and will con-
tinue to act independently in
line with the justice system.
The memo, obtained by
The Associated Press, was first
reported by The New York Times.
Its disclosure comes as the Pen-
tagon on Thursday released
additional steps to increase
accountability of commanders
reviewing sexual assault cases
and to improve support for vic-
tims of the crimes.
The new measures include
the creation of a legal advocacy
program to provide legal repre-
sentation for victims; require-
ments that pretrial hearings
of sexual assault charges be
conducted by judge advo-
cate general officers; and new
authorities for commanders
to reassign or transfer troops
accused of sex crimes to elimi-
nate contact with victims.
In a statement, White House
press secretary Jay Carney said
the initiatives are a step along
a path toward eliminating the
crime from the military ranks.
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Nevada petroglyphs the
oldest in North America
PYRAMID LAKE, Nev. (AP)
— Ancient rock etchings along
a dried-up lake bed in Nevada
have been confirmed to be the
oldest recorded petroglyphs in
North America, dating back at
least 10,000 years.
The petroglyphs found
on limestone boulders near
Pyramid Lake in northern
Nevada’s high desert are simi-
lar in design to etchings found
at a lake in Oregon that are
believed to be at least 7,600
years old. Unlike later draw-
ings that sometimes depict a
spear or antelope, the carv-
ings are abstract with tightly
clustered geometric designs
— some are diamond patterns,
others have short parallel lines
on top of a longer line.
Scientists can’t tell for sure
who carved them, but they
were found on the Pyramid
Lake Paiute Tribe’s reservation
land.
“We initially thought peo-
ple 12,000 or 10,000 years ago
were primitive, but their artis-
tic expressions and technologi-
cal expertise associated with
these paints a much different
picture,” said Eugene Hattori,
the curator of anthropology at
the Nevada State Museum in
Carson City who co-authored
a paper on the findings earlier
this month in the Journal of
Archaeological Science.
The petroglyphs could be as
much as 14,800 years old, said
Larry Benson, a geochemist
who used radiocarbon testing
to date the etchings and co-
wrote the paper.
Radiocarbon testing dated
the carbonate layer underly-
ing the petroglyphs to roughly
14,800 years ago. Geochemical
data and sediment and rock
samples from adjacent Pyramid
Lake show they were exposed to
air from 13,200 to 14,800 years
ago, and again from 10,500 to
11,300 years ago.
“Whether they turn out to
be as old as 14,800 years ago or
as recent as 10,500 years ago,
they are still the oldest petro-
glyphs that have been dated in
North America,” said Benson,
a former research scientist for
the U.S. Geological Survey and
current curator of anthropol-
ogy at the University of Colo-
rado Natural History Museum
in Boulder.
Dennis Jenkins, an archae-
ologist with the University of
Oregon’s Museum of Natural
and Cultural History, called it
a significant discovery. He led
recent excavations of obsid-
ian spear points near Pais-
ley, Ore., that he dated back
13,200 years, and noted that
the bigger challenge is iden-
tifying who created the petro-
glyphs.
“When you get back into
this time period, if you speak
with Native Americans they
will tell you they were made
(created) there and that is obvi-
ously their people and their
artwork,” Jenkins said. “But
approaching it from a scien-
tific point of view — what we
can prove — at this point, it is
impossible to connect these to
any tribal group.”
William Cannon, a long-
time archaeologist for the
U.S. Bureau of Land Man-
agement who discovered the
petroglyphs at Long Lake in
Oregon, brought the Nevada
site to Hattori’s attention
years ago. He said they bore
similarities to petroglyphs at
nearby Winnemucca Lake,
and Hattori began connect-
ing the dots.
The etchings in Nevada
and Oregon have relatively
deep, carved lines dominated
by linear, curved and circular
geometrical designs. Some
feature “tree-form designs”
with a series of evenly spaced,
vertically oriented ‘V’ shapes
bisected by a vertical line.
Researchers have suggested
the etchings represent various
meteorological symbols, such
as clouds and lightning, per-
haps the Milky Way.
“But we really have noth-
ing to go on for these particu-
lar petroglyphs that go back
10,000 or more years,” Hattori
said Wednesday.
Benson has no idea what
they mean.
“When I looked at it, I said,
‘These things are incredibly
beautiful.’ We have so much
beautiful, old Native American
stuff in the United States, but
this shows it didn’t necessarily
get more interesting or more
pretty with time,” he said.
Ben Aleck, a co-author of
the study who is the collection
manager at the Pyramid Lake
Paiute Tribe’s Museum and
Visitor Center in Nixon, said
Wednesday he could not com-
ment without permission from
tribal leaders.
Adorable new mammal
species found ‘in plain sight’
AP
This 2012 photo provided by the Nevada State Museum shows ancient carvings on
limestone boulders near Nevada’s Pyramid Lake which have been confirmed to be
the oldest recorded petroglyphs in North America — at least 10,500 years old. Larry
Benson, the curator of anthropology at the University of Colorado Natural History
Museum, and Eugene Hattori, curator of anthropology at the Nevada State Museum,
were among the co-authors of a paper on the findings published this month in the
Journal of Archaeological Science. This site was once the shoreline of the now dried up
Winnemucca Lake.
Olinguito mistaken
for similar species
WASHINGTON (AP) —
Imagine a mini-raccoon with
a teddy bear face that is so
cute it’s hard to resist, let alone
overlook. But somehow sci-
ence did — until now.
Researchers announced
Thursday a rare discovery of
a new species of mammal
called the olinguito. The red-
dish-brown animal is about
14-inches long with an equally
long tail and weighs about 2
pounds.
It belongs to a grouping of
large creatures that include
dogs, cats and bears.
The critter leaps through
the trees of mountainous for-
ests of Ecuador and Colombia
at night, according to a Smith-
sonian researcher who has
spent the past decade track-
ing them.
But the adorable olinguito
shouldn’t have been so hard to
find. One of them once lived in
the Smithsonian-run National
Zoo in Washington for a year in
a case of mistaken identity.
“It’s been kind of hiding
in plain sight for a long time”
despite its extraordinary beau-
ty, said Kristofer Helgen, the
Smithsonian’s curator of mam-
mals.
The little zoo critter, named
Ringerl, was mistaken for a sis-
ter species, the olingo. Before
she died in 1976, Ringerl was
shipped from zoo to zoo in
Louisville, Ky., Tucson, Ariz.,
Salt Lake City, Washington and
New York City to try to get it to
breed with other olingos.
She wouldn’t.
“It turns out she wasn’t
fussy,” Helgen said. “She wasn’t
the right species.”
The discovery is described
in a study in the journal ZooK-
ey.
Helgen first figured olingui-
tos were different from olingos
when he was looking at pelts
and skeletons in a museum.
He later led a team to South
America in 2006.
“When we went to the field
we found it in the very first
night,” said study co-author
Roland Kays of the North Car-
olina Museum of Natural Sci-
ences. “It was almost like it was
waiting for us.”
It’s hard to figure how olin-
gos and onlinguitos were con-
fused for each other.
“How is it different? In
almost every way that you can
look at it,” Helgen said.
Olinguitos are smaller, have
shorter tails, a rounder face,
tinier ears and darker bushier
fur, he said.
“It looks kind of like a
fuzzball ... kind of like a cross
between a teddy bear and a
house cat,” Helgen said.
It eats fruit and has one
baby at a time. Helgen figures
there are thousands of olingui-
tos in the mountainous forest,
traveling through the trees at
night which makes them hard
to see.
While new species are found
regularly, usually they are tiny
things like insects and not
mammals, the warm-blooded
advanced class of animals that
have hair, live births and mam-
mary glands in females.
Outside experts said this
discovery is not merely renam-
ing something, but a genu-
ine new species — with three
new subspecies. It’s the type
of significant find that hasn’t
happened in the Americas for
about 35 years.
“Most people believe there
are no new species to discover,
particularly of relatively large
charismatic animals,” said
Case Western Reserve Univer-
sity anatomy professor Darin
Croft. “This study demon-
strates that this is clearly not
the case.”
The olinguito is the smallest
member of the raccoon family
of mammals.
Cops dealing Doritos at
post-legalization Hempfest
SEATTLE (AP) — A few
things will be different at this
year’s Hempfest, the 22-year-
old summer “protestival” on
Seattle’s waterfront where
tens of thousands of revelers
gather to use dope openly,
listen to music and gaze at
the Olympic Mountains in the
distance.
The haze of pot smoke
might smell a little more like
victory, after Washington and
Colorado became the first
states to legalize marijuana
use by adults over 21. Having
won at the state level, speak-
ers will concentrate on the
reform of federal marijuana
laws.
Oh, and the Seattle police
— who have long turned a
lenient eye on Hempfest tokers
— don’t plan to be writing tick-
ets or making arrests. They’ll
be busy handing out Doritos.
“I think it’s going to be a lot
of fun,” said Sgt. Sean Whit-
comb, department spokesman
and junk-food-dispenser-in-
chief. “It’s meant to be ironic.
The idea of police passing out
Doritos at a festival that cel-
ebrates pot, we’re sure, is going
to generate some buzz.”
The idea isn’t just to sat-
isfy some munchies. The
department has affixed labels
to 1,000 bags of Doritos urg-
ing people to check out a
question-and-answer post
on its website, titled “Mari-
jwhatnow? A Guide to Legal
Marijuana Use In Seattle.” It
explains some of the nuanc-
es of Washington’s law: that
adults can possess up to an
ounce but can’t sell it or give
it away, that driving under
the influence of pot is ille-
gal, and that — festivals aside
— public use is illegal.
Organizers are expecting as
many as 85,000 people each
day of the three-day event,
which begins Friday and is
the first Hempfest since voters
passed Initiative 502 last fall.
The vote legalized posses-
sion of marijuana and set up a
system of state-licensed mari-
juana growers, processors and
stores to sell taxed and regu-
lated weed. Officials are still
writing rules for the new pot
industry, with sales scheduled
to begin next year.
Hempfest executive direc-
tor Vivian McPeak said that
despite the state-level legaliza-
tion, work remains as long as
pot is illegal under federal law.
The event is free, but McPeak is
asking attendees to contribute
$10 to offset the $800,000 cost
of Hempfest so it can continue
next year.
“It’s going to be the most
interesting Hempfest we’ve
ever had because it’s going to
be part victory celebration,”
McPeak said. “That said, we feel
it’s very important to remind
everyone that as long as it’s still
a Schedule 1 drug under the
Controlled Substances Act, it’s
not legal anywhere. The job’s
not done yet.”
The event will feature 117
musical acts on six stages and
more than 100 speakers, not
to mention 400 vendors offer-
ing informational pamphlets,
colorful glass bongs, food and
art.
AP
This undated photo provided by the Smithsonian Institu-
tion shows an olinguito. The Smithsonian announced
Thursday that they have discovered the mammal, which
they had previously mistaken for an olingo, is actually a
distinct species. The olinguito belongs to the grouping of
large creatures that include dogs, cats and bears.
AP
A participant holds up a bag of marijuana during the first
day of Hempfest 2011, a gathering of thousands of peo-
ple at Myrtle Edwards Park in Seattle. Tens of thousands
are expected to attend Hempfest this weekend, even
though marijuana is newly legal in Washington state.
Some wonder if the festival is becoming irrelevant, but
organizers argue they still need to change minds nation-
ally, and the festival is a good place to start.
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Franklin named
starting quarterback
for Tigers
By Brent Foster
sports@newstribune.com
COLUMBIA — The most interest-
ing news from the Missouri Tigers’
scrimmage Thursday came hours
after the event at Faurot Field.
In an announcement that had long
been anticpated, Missouri coach Gary
Pinkel announced he had decided to
name James Franklin as the starting
quarterback for the Tigers.
That came on the heels of the
senior having a better effort than
challenger Maty Mauk, a redshirt
freshman, during Thursday’s work-
out.
Pinkel said both quarterbacks
have been impressive during the pre-
season, but settling on Franklin was
the right call for the team.
“James has shown that he’s very
capable of leading this team at a high
level, and we fully expect him to do
that,” Pinkel said. “He’s really devel-
oped as a leader of this offense, and
of this team, and we feel he’s ready
to be the difference-maker he was
before all of the health challenges he
dealt with last season.”
Pinkel added Mauk has made pos-
itive strides, and the coaching staff is
looking at giving him some planned
series per game to provide him some
experience.
“We have a history with that, and
it’s something that has worked very
well for us,” Pinkel said. “When Brad
Smith was a senior, we had Chase
Daniel as a freshman show that he
earned a series or two per game, and
that was tremendous for his growth.
When Blaine Gabbert was in his last
year here, James Franklin was a fresh-
man, and we got him some work on
a fairly regular basis, and we feel that
was instrumental in what he was able
to do the next year as a starter.”
The way the announcement came
out, via a press release Thursday eve-
ning, was an odd move for Pinkel.
However, he said the circumstances
around the situation dictated it.
“Obviously, quarterback draws the
most attention from media and fans,
so we just felt like it made sense to
end the speculation since we knew
the course we’re taking,” he said.
The decision wasn’t much of a
surprise, especially considering the
reps during the first two scrimmages
made it clear there wasn’t much of a
competition.
Franklin has gotten all but a hand-
ful of snaps with the first team, with
Mauk getting the leftovers.
When Franklin was asked Thurs-
day morning if he knew when a start-
er would be named, he said he did
not. He added, “The only time I think
about the quarterback competition
is when you guys ask me. Other than
that I don’t really think about it at
all.”
Franklin was sharp, as he com-
pleted 16-of-21 passes for 189 yards
and two touchdowns. Mauk finished
12-of-20 passing for 150 yards with
two touchdowns and two intercep-
tions. Most of his work came with the
second-team offense.
“Compared to last week I felt a lot
better about myself,” Mauk said. “I
was standing up tall and getting in
there and making some plays.”
Both quarterbacks seemed more
poised than in the first scrimmage,
but Pinkel said he is hoping for more
continuity out of the first- and sec-
ond-team offense than he is seeing
An expected decision
Please see Missouri, p. 4
Lincoln to pay tribute
to Soto this season
By Adam Stillman
sports@newstribune.com
The Lincoln Blue Tigers have more to
play for this season than just a winning
record. They will also play for a fallen
teammate.
Gabriel Soto, a redshirt junior defen-
sive back last season, was killed by stray
gunfire May 25 during a nearby drive-by
shooting while in his garage at his home
in Los Angeles.
So now Lincoln will dedicate its sea-
son to him.
“We lost a great young
man in Gabriel Soto,”
Lincoln head football
coach Mike Jones said.
“These guys want to
play for him, because
he didn’t get an oppor-
tunity to play a game.
These guys are playing
for a winning season
and playing for him.”
A memorial service was held Wednes-
day at Jason Gym on Lincoln’s campus,
as more than 100 people gathered to
remember Soto.
“It was heartfelt,” Jones said. “Soto was
a great young man. It was good because
we have a lot of transfers in from East
L.A. that knew him. I think we have nine
guys from East L.A. that played junior-
college football with him or played at the
same place. They thanked us.
“It was a good thing for our players.
Some of the guys that weren’t here (last
season) learned about him, and the ones
that were here that weren’t able to go to
the funeral, they were able to honor him.
It was a good event.”
Soto’s No. 33 jersey will be worn by a
different Blue Tiger in all 11 games this
season.
“Someone wears (No.) 33 in practice
and then the player council decides who
will wear the number the first game and
then from there on,” Jones said, acknowl-
edging no selection has been made yet
for Lincoln’s season opener Sept. 5 at
Lindenwood. “They make sure every-
body knows how important it is and how
important he was to us.”
Running back Martee Tenner had the
Honoring
a friend
Please see Lincoln, p. 4
Long feels healthy
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Jake
Long wants to set the record
straight.
The St.
Louis left
tackle is
100 percent
healthy enter-
ing his first
season with
the Rams.
After miss-
ing the final
four games
last season because of a left
triceps injury that required
surgery, the 28-year-old Long
is anxious to cut loose.
“I’m feeling great, the best
I’ve felt in years,” he said. “The
triceps feeling good. Every-
thing is feeling good. I’m mov-
ing around pretty well.”
Those words are just what
the St. Louis brass wants to
hear after signing Long to a
four-year contract worth $34
million on March 22. He spent
the previous five seasons with
the Miami Dolphins and made
the Pro Bowl four times (2008-
2011).
The Rams aggressively went
after the free agent in the off-
season in an effort to shore up
the protection for quarterback
Sam Bradford.
The 6-foot-7, 322-pounder
missed six games over the past
Set to cut loose
Please see Rams, p. 4
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James Franklin was named the
starting quarterback for the
Tigers this season Thursday by
head coach Gary Pinkel.
AP
Matt Carpenter of the Cardinals celebrates as he crosses the plate for the game-winning run as
Pirates catcher Russell Martin walks off the field after St. Louis’ 6-5 victory in 12 innings at Busch
Stadium.
AP
Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith will square off against
his former team tonight when the 49ers come to
Arrowhead Stadium for a preseason contest.
Soto
Long
Chiefs’ Smith gets
to square off against
former team
KANSAS CITY (AP) — Alex
Smith treads carefully when
subject of the San Francisco
49ers is broached. He politely
talks about the positive days
he spent with them, and then
seems to usher along the
conversation whenever their
divorce is brought up.
After all, he’s with the Kan-
sas City Chiefs now. No need
to dwell on the past.
But most would quickly for-
give him if he wanted to “stick
it” to the 49ers — a phrase
he used in a recent interview
to refer more generally to
his doubters. Smith had San
Francisco headed back to the
playoffs last season when he
sustained a head injury, and
when he was healthy enough
to return, he found he had lost
his job to Colin Kaepernick.
He never got it back as
Kaepernick led the 49ers to
the Super Bowl, and then was
shipped to Kansas City for a
pair of draft picks this past
offseason.
Now, he’ll get a chance to
see many of his former team-
mates — and show 49ers brass
what they discarded — when
Looking forward
Please see Chiefs, p. 4
Cardinals beat Pirates in 12 innings
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Just a few days ago, the St. Louis
Cardinals had no wins when trailing after eight innings
and just one extra-inning victory.
They certainly showed the Pittsburgh Pirates they
can go the extra mile.
“We did a good job of bouncing back,” said Matt
Holliday, who hit a game-ending RBI single in the 12th
inning of St. Louis’ 6-5 victory Thursday against Pitts-
burgh. “Winning this game could be very important
for us.”
Matt Carpenter had four hits and scored the winning
run in the Cardinals’ second extra-inning triumph over
the NL Central leaders in three days.
“Anytime having a walk-off win, it’s a big deal,” man-
ager Mike Matheny said. “Jumping on it again it today is
just the resiliency of this club.
“You could sense it on the bench. The guys weren’t
going to give in, weren’t going to stop pushing.”
The Cardinals took two of three in the series to pull
within two games of the sagging Pirates, who have
dropped five of six. St. Louis won 4-3 in 14 innings in the
opener Tuesday night.
“We had a number of guys that had opportunities,”
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said. “The great thing
about what we’re going through is the challenge and
opportunities we’re all getting.
“It’s playoff atmosphere baseball.”
The Cardinals lost the division lead when they
dropped four of five July 29-Aug 1 in Pittsburgh.
Rookie Kevin Siegrist (1-1), St. Louis’ seventh pitcher,
struck out two in a perfect 12th against the heart of the
order.
Russell Martin and Clint Barmes homered for Pitts-
burgh, which blew a 4-0 lead in one inning. Jose Tabata
had three straight hits after entering as a pinch hitter.
Carpenter sparked the winning rally with a one-out
walk. He went to third on Jon Jay’s single before Hol-
liday grounded a single up the middle off Bryan Morris
(5-6).
Carpenter, the Cardinals’ leadoff man, leads the
National League with 48 multihit games and 40 dou-
bles. He entered with league-leading averages of .366 at
home and .367 in day games.
Holliday also had an RBI double and is batting .452
during a 12-game hitting streak.
Martin hit a tying leadoff drive off Trevor Rosenthal
in the eighth, handing the setup man his second blown
save of St. Louis’ 4-6 homestand.
The Pirates hit for the cycle against Lance Lynn
Going the extra mile
Please see Cardinals, p. 3
Royals drop 4-1
decision to Tigers
DETROIT (AP) — Jeremy
Guthrie is well aware the mar-
gin for error is thin against the
Detroit Tigers.
Guthrie allowed a two-run
homer by Prince Fielder in
the first inning, and the Kan-
sas City Royals went on to lose
the opener of this key five-
game series against the Tigers
4-1 on Thursday night.
The Royals have now lost
three straight after a 17-3
stretch that put them in con-
tention for a postseason spot.
“They were tough all the
way through the lineup — a
lot of base hits, a lot of baser-
unners,” Guthrie said. “Aside
from the home-run pitch, we
had a chance.”
Andy Dirks added two dou-
bles and two singles for the AL
Central-leading Tigers. Anibal
Sanchez (11-7) allowed a run
and seven hits in 7
1
⁄3 innings.
Bruce Rondon finished the
eighth, and Joaquin Benoit
pitched a hitless ninth for his
16th save in 16 chances.
Guthrie (12-9) allowed
four runs and 13 hits in seven
innings.
Kansas City now trails the
Tigers by 8
1
⁄2 games and is 5
1
⁄2
games behind Oakland in the
race for a wild card.
Fielder went deep for the
first time since July 24, belting
a towering drive to right-cen-
ter to give Detroit a 2-1 lead.
The Tigers scored two more
runs in the fifth on RBI singles
by Torii Hunter and Miguel
Cabrera.
“Prince produces runs. I
don’t care how he does it,”
Tigers manager Jim Leyland
said. “Tonight happened to be
by way of the home run, but
he’s a run producer, always
has been. It’s in the book and
it’ll be in the book at the end
of this year.”
Dirks, batting leadoff
because Austin Jackson had
Falling in
opener
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PITTSBURGH ST. LOUIS
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Pittsburgh 000 040 010 000 — 5
St. Louis 000 050 000 001 — 6
One out when winning run scored.
DP—Pittsburgh 1, St. Louis 1. LOB—Pittsburgh
9, St. Louis 8. 2B—S.Marte (25), Lambo (1), Tabata
2 (11), J.Harrison (1), M.Carpenter (40), Holliday
(20), Freese (21). 3B—S.Marte (10), M.Carpenter (5).
HR—R.Martin (11), Barmes (3). CS—S.Marte (12).
S—S.Marte, Barmes. SF—Walker.
IP H R ER BB SO
Pittsburgh
A.J.Burnett 4 1-3 8 5 5 1 4
Mazzaro 1 2-3 1 0 0 1 0
Ju.Wilson 1 0 0 0 0 1
Watson 3 1 0 0 0 2
Morris L,5-6 1 1-3 2 1 1 1 0
St. Louis
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S.Freeman H,1 1-3 1 0 0 0 0
Maness H,11 1 1 0 0 1 1
Choate H,12 1-3 0 0 0 0 1
Rosenthal BS,4-4 2 2 1 1 0 2
Mujica 2 1 0 0 1 1
Siegrist W,1-1 1 0 0 0 0 2
Umpires—Home, Alan Porter; First, Greg Gibson;
Second, Jerry Layne; Third, Hunter Wendelstedt.
T—4:11. A—41,502 (43,975).
Royals Box
Tigers 4, Royals 1
KANSAS CITY DETROIT
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Kansas City 100 000 000 — 1
Detroit 200 020 00x — 4
DP—Kansas City 2, Detroit 1. LOB—Kansas City 7,
Detroit 6. 2B—Maxwell (11), Dirks 2 (12), V.Martinez
(27). HR—Fielder (18). SB—Getz (11), A.Gordon (9),
Bonifacio (13).
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Kansas City
Guthrie L,12-9 7 13 4 4 0 2
Coleman 1 0 0 0 0 0
Detroit
Ani.Sanchez W,11-7 7 1-3 7 1 1 1 5
B.Rondon H,2 2-3 0 0 0 0 0
Benoit S,16-16 1 0 0 0 1 0
Umpires—Home, John Hirschbeck; First, James
Hoye; Second, Quinn Wolcott; Third, Bob Davidson.
T—2:24. A—37,872 (41,255).
Little League
World Series
At South Williamsport, Pa.
Double Elimination
United States
GREAT LAKES, Grosse Pointe, Mich.; MID-ATLAN-
TIC, Newark, Del.; MIDWEST, Urbandale, Iowa;
NEW ENGLAND, Westport, Conn.; NORTHWEST,
Sammamish, Wash.; SOUTHEAST, Nashville, Tenn.;
SOUTHWEST, Corpus Christi, Texas; WEST, Chula
Vista, Calif.
International
ASIA-PACIFIC, Taoyuan, Taiwan; AUSTRALIA,
Perth; CANADA, Ottawa, Ontario; CARIBBEAN, San
Lorenzo, Puerto Rico; EUROPE & AFRICA, Brno,
Czech Republic; JAPAN, Tokyo; LATIN AMERICA,
Aguadulce, Panama; MEXICO, Tijuana.
Thursday, Aug. 15
Aguadulce, Panama 9, San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico 4
Sammamish, Wash. 8, Corpus Christi, Texas 4
Tijuana, Mexico 12, Perth, Australia 0, 4 innings
Westport, Conn. 3, Nashville, Tenn. 2
Today, Aug. 16
Game 5 — Taoyuan, Taiwan vs. Ottawa, Ontario,
noon
Game 6 — Chula Vista, Calif. vs. Grosse Pointe,
Mich., 2 p.m.
Game 7 — Tokyo vs. Brno, Czech Republic, 4 p.m.
Game 8 — Newark, Del. vs. Urbandale, Iowa,
7 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 17
Game 9 — San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico vs. Perth,
Australia, 11 a.m.
Game 10 — Corpus Christi, Texas vs. Nashville,
Tenn., 2 p.m.
Game 11 — Game 5 loser vs. Game 7 loser, 5
p.m.
Game 12 — Game 6 loser vs. Game 8 loser, 7
p.m.
Sunday, Aug. 18
Game 13 — Aguadulce, Panama vs. Tijuana,
Mexico, 11 a.m.
Game 14 — Sammamish, Wash. vs. Westport,
Conn., 1 p.m.
Game 15 — Game 6 winner vs. Game 8 winner,
4 p.m.
Game 16 — Game 5 winner vs. Game 7 winner,
6 p.m.
Monday, Aug. 19
Consolation — Game 9 loser vs. Game 10 loser,
11 a.m.
Game 17 — Game 16 loser vs. Game 9 winner,
1 p.m.
Game 18 — Game 15 loser vs. Game 10 winner,
3 p.m.
Game 19 — Game 13 loser vs. Game 11 winner,
5 p.m.
Game 20 — Game 14 loser vs. Game 12 winner,
7 p.m.
Tuesday, Aug. 20
Consolation — Game 11 loser vs. Game 12 loser,
noon
Game 21 — Game 17 winner vs. Game 19 win-
ner, 3 p.m.
Game 22 — Game 18 winner vs. Game 20 win-
ner, 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 21
Game 23 — Game 13 winner vs. Game 16 win-
ner, 3 p.m.
Game 24 — Game 14 winner vs. Game 15 win-
ner, 7 p.m.
Thursday, Aug. 22
Game 25 — Game 21 winner vs. Game 23 loser,
3 p.m.
Game 26 — Game 22 winner vs. Game 24 loser,
7 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 23
Rain day, no games scheduled
Saturday, Aug. 24
International championship, 11:30 a.m.
U.S. championship, 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, Aug. 25
At Lamade Stadium
Third Place
International runner-up vs. U.S. runner-up, 10 a.m.
World Championship
International champion vs. U.S. champion, 2 p.m.
NFL
Preseason
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East
W L T Pct PF PA
Buffalo 1 0 0 1.000 44 20
New England 1 0 0 1.000 31 22
Miami 1 1 0 .500 47 27
N.Y. Jets 0 1 0 .000 17 26
South
W L T Pct PF PA
Houston 1 0 0 1.000 27 13
Indianapolis 0 1 0 .000 20 44
Jacksonville 0 1 0 .000 3 27
Tennessee 0 1 0 .000 21 22
North
W L T Pct PF PA
Baltimore 2 0 0 1.000 71 39
Cleveland 2 0 0 1.000 51 25
Cincinnati 1 0 0 1.000 34 10
Pittsburgh 0 1 0 .000 13 18
West
W L T Pct PF PA
Denver 1 0 0 1.000 10 6
Oakland 1 0 0 1.000 19 17
Kansas City 0 1 0 .000 13 17
San Diego 0 2 0 .000 38 64
NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East
W L T Pct PF PA
N.Y. Giants 1 0 0 1.000 18 13
Washington 1 0 0 1.000 22 21
Dallas 1 1 0 .500 41 39
Philadelphia 1 1 0 .500 36 40
South
W L T Pct PF PA
New Orleans 1 0 0 1.000 17 13
Carolina 1 1 0 .500 33 31
Tampa Bay 0 1 0 .000 16 44
Atlanta 0 2 0 .000 33 61
North
W L T Pct PF PA
Detroit 1 1 0 .500 32 41
Chicago 1 1 0 .500 50 52
Green Bay 0 1 0 .000 0 17
Minnesota 0 1 0 .000 13 27
West
W L T Pct PF PA
Arizona 1 0 0 1.000 17 0
Seattle 1 0 0 1.000 31 10
San Francisco 0 1 0 .000 6 10
St. Louis 0 1 0 .000 19 27
Thursday’s Games
Cleveland 24, Detroit 6
Baltimore 27, Atlanta 23
Philadelphia 14, Carolina 9
Chicago 33, San Diego 28
Today’s Games
San Francisco at Kansas City, 7 p.m.
Minnesota at Buffalo, 6 p.m.
Oakland at New Orleans, 7 p.m.
Tampa Bay at New England, 7 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Green Bay at St. Louis, 7 p.m.
Dallas at Arizona, 3:30 p.m.
Tennessee at Cincinnati, 6 p.m.
Jacksonville at N.Y. Jets, 6:30 p.m.
Miami at Houston, 7 p.m.
Denver at Seattle, 9 p.m.
Sunday’s Game
Indianapolis at N.Y. Giants, 6 p.m.
Monday’s Game
Pittsburgh at Washington, 7 p.m.
Preseason Lines
Tonight
FAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG
at Buffalo 3 3.5 (43) Minnesota
at New England 3.5 3 (40) Tampa Bay
at New Orleans 6.5 6.5 (42) Oakland
at Kansas City 1.5 1.5 (40) San Francisco
Saturday
at Arizona 2.5 3 (41) Dallas
at Cincinnati 2.5 3 (41) Tennessee
at N.Y. Jets 1.5 2.5 (38.5) Jacksonville
at Houston 2.5 3 (41) Miami
at St. Louis 3.5 4.5 (40.5) Green Bay
at Seattle 3.5 4.5 (41) Denver
Sunday
at N.Y. Giants 2.5 1.5 (40) Indianapolis
Monday
at Washington +1 1 (38) Pittsburgh
Major League Soccer
EASTERN CONFERENCE
W L T Pts GF GA
Sporting Kansas City 11 7 6 39 36 24
New York 11 8 5 38 36 31
Philadelphia 10 7 7 37 36 32
Montreal 10 7 5 35 34 34
Houston 9 7 6 33 26 22
Chicago 9 9 4 31 29 32
New England 8 9 6 30 27 23
Columbus 7 11 5 26 27 30
Toronto FC 4 11 8 20 21 31
D.C. 3 16 4 13 13 38
WESTERN CONFERENCE
W L T Pts GF GA
Real Salt Lake 12 7 5 41 39 26
Vancouver 10 7 6 36 36 30
Colorado 9 7 9 36 31 27
Portland 8 3 11 35 32 21
Los Angeles 10 9 4 34 35 30
Seattle 10 7 4 34 29 23
FC Dallas 8 6 9 33 30 33
San Jose 8 10 6 30 25 35
Chivas USA 4 13 6 18 20 40
NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie.
Saturday’s Games
D.C. United at Montreal, 6 p.m.
Chicago at New England, 6:30 p.m.
Toronto FC at Columbus, 6:30 p.m.
Philadelphia at New York, 7 p.m.
Seattle FC at Houston, 8 p.m.
Vancouver at Colorado, 8:30 p.m.
Real Salt Lake at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m.
FC Dallas at Portland, 10 p.m.
Sunday’s Game
Sporting Kansas City at San Jose, 9 p.m.
NWSL
W L T Pts GF GA
x-FC Kansas City 11 5 5 38 33 20
x-Western New York 9 4 8 35 34 19
x-Portland 10 6 5 35 30 24
x-Sky Blue FC 10 6 5 35 30 25
Boston 8 7 6 30 34 32
Chicago 7 8 6 27 30 35
Seattle 5 13 3 18 21 34
Washington 3 14 4 13 15 38
NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie.
x-clinched playoff berth
Saturday, Aug. 10
Boston 1, FC Kansas City 0
Chicago 3, Sky Blue FC 3, tie
Washington 1, Seattle FC 0
Western New York 0, Portland 0, tie
Saturday’s Games
Boston at Western New York, 7 p.m.
Portland at Seattle FC, 10 p.m.
Sunday, Aug. 18
Chicago at FC Kansas City, 3:10 p.m.
Sky Blue FC at Washington, 4 p.m.
WNBA
EASTERN CONFERENCE
W L Pct GB
Chicago 15 8 .652 —
Atlanta 11 9 .550 2 1/2
Indiana 11 12 .478 4
Washington 11 13 .458 4 1/2
New York 10 13 .435 5
Connecticut 7 15 .318 7 1/2
WESTERN CONFERENCE
W L Pct GB
Minnesota 17 5 .773 —
Los Angeles 17 7 .708 1
Phoenix 13 11 .542 5
Seattle 10 12 .455 7
San Antonio 8 15 .348 9 1/2
Tulsa 7 17 .292 11
Wednesday’s Games
Connecticut 88, Atlanta 86
Phoenix 75, Indiana 58
Thursday’s Game
Chicago at Seattle, (n)
Today’s Games
Connecticut at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m.
Washington at New York, 6:30 p.m.
Tulsa at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
Indiana at Los Angeles, 10 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Phoenix at San Antonio, 7 p.m.
Indiana at Seattle, 9 p.m.
Golf
Wyndham Championship
Thursday
At Sedgefield Country Club Course
Greensboro, N.C.
Purse: $5.3 million
Yardage: 7,127; Par: 70 (35-35)
First Round
Chris Stroud 32-32 — 64
Ross Fisher 31-33 — 64
Matt Jones 33-32 — 65
Robert Garrigus 33-32 — 65
Andrew Svoboda 30-35 — 65
Jordan Spieth 32-33 — 65
Sergio Garcia 33-32 — 65
Trevor Immelman 31-34 — 65
Morgan Hoffmann 34-31 — 65
Patrick Reed 33-32 — 65
John Senden 36-30 — 66
Bryce Molder 33-33 — 66
Chris Kirk 31-35 — 66
Stuart Appleby 33-33 — 66
Charles Howell III 34-32 — 66
Bob Estes 34-33 — 67
Matt Every 35-32 — 67
Rory Sabbatini 32-35 — 67
Brian Harman 35-32 — 67
Seung-Yul Noh 34-33 — 67
Alistair Presnell 35-32 — 67
Scott Gardiner 32-35 — 67
Jim Herman 32-35 — 67
Michael Letzig 34-33 — 67
Shawn Stefani 32-35 — 67
Scott Langley 33-34 — 67
Scott Verplank 33-34 — 67
Zach Johnson 32-35 — 67
Geoff Ogilvy 32-35 — 67
Martin Flores 32-35 — 67
Doug LaBelle II 33-34 — 67
Henrik Norlander 33-34 — 67
Jin Park 33-34 — 67
J.J. Henry 32-36 — 68
John Huh 34-34 — 68
Jerry Kelly 33-35 — 68
Tommy Gainey 32-36 — 68
Sang-Moon Bae 31-37 — 68
Peter Hanson 35-33 — 68
Nick O’Hern 32-36 — 68
Daniel Summerhays 33-35 — 68
Jeff Overton 32-36 — 68
Robert Streb 33-35 — 68
Chez Reavie 33-35 — 68
Sean O’Hair 34-34 — 68
Charlie Wi 34-34 — 68
Will Claxton 34-34 — 68
Greg Owen 33-35 — 68
Cameron Percy 35-33 — 68
Brendon Todd 32-36 — 68
Steve LeBrun 33-35 — 68
Colt Knost 33-36 — 69
Arjun Atwal 33-36 — 69
Ricky Barnes 35-34 — 69
Boo Weekley 33-36 — 69
Tim Clark 34-35 — 69
Mark Wilson 33-36 — 69
Stephen Ames 34-35 — 69
Tom Gillis 32-37 — 69
Andres Gonzales 33-36 — 69
Greg Chalmers 34-35 — 69
Kevin Chappell 35-34 — 69
Erik Compton 34-35 — 69
Camilo Villegas 34-35 — 69
Jimmy Walker 32-37 — 69
Justin Leonard 33-36 — 69
George McNeill 35-34 — 69
Bill Haas 33-36 — 69
Ted Potter, Jr. 35-34 — 69
Brandt Snedeker 36-33 — 69
K.J. Choi 35-34 — 69
Charlie Beljan 33-36 — 69
Jeff Gove 33-36 — 69
Richard H. Lee 33-36 — 69
Jeff Maggert 32-37 — 69
Aaron Watkins 34-35 — 69
Paul Haley II 34-35 — 69
Tag Ridings 35-35 — 70
Vijay Singh 34-36 — 70
Woody Austin 34-36 — 70
William McGirt 33-37 — 70
Jason Kokrak 34-36 — 70
Brendon de Jonge 34-36 — 70
Brian Davis 36-34 — 70
Hideki Matsuyama 35-35 — 70
Robert Karlsson 38-32 — 70
Josh Teater 34-36 — 70
Martin Kaymer 35-35 — 70
Nicholas Thompson 34-36 — 70
Paul Casey 35-35 — 70
Neal Lancaster 36-34 — 70
Ryo Ishikawa 34-36 — 70
Chad Campbell 35-35 — 70
Chris DiMarco 34-36 — 70
Kyle Reifers 35-35 — 70
Fabian Gomez 33-38 — 71
D.H. Lee 36-35 — 71
David Mathis 33-38 — 71
Brendan Steele 34-37 — 71
D.J. Trahan 35-36 — 71
Ernie Els 34-37 — 71
Johnson Wagner 35-36 — 71
Ben Curtis 35-36 — 71
Steven Bowditch 33-38 — 71
James Driscoll 35-36 — 71
Stewart Cink 35-36 — 71
Webb Simpson 37-34 — 71
James Hahn 37-34 — 71
Casey Wittenberg 35-36 — 71
Eric Meierdierks 36-35 — 71
Chris Williams 35-36 — 71
Brian Stuard 35-37 — 72
Brandt Jobe 33-39 — 72
Mike Weir 34-38 — 72
Robert Allenby 36-36 — 72
Carl Pettersson 35-37 — 72
Nick Watney 36-36 — 72
Y.E. Yang 39-33 — 72
Bud Cauley 34-38 — 72
Luke List 36-36 — 72
Donald Constable 33-39 — 72
Chesson Hadley 35-37 — 72
Bobby Gates 34-38 — 72
Justin Hicks 35-37 — 72
Pat Perez 35-37 — 72
David Lynn 35-37 — 72
Ben Crane 37-35 — 72
David Toms 37-35 — 72
Solheim Cup Pairings
At Colorado Golf Club
Parker, Colo.
Yardage: 7,066; Par: 72
All times CDT
Today
Foursomes
8:40 a.m. — Anna Nordqvist and Caroline Hedwall,
Europe, vs. Stacy Lewis and Lizette Salas, United
States.
8:52 a.m. — Suzann Pettersen and Beatriz Recari,
Europe, vs. Brittany Lang and Angela Stanford, United
States.
9:04 a.m. — Catriona Matthew and Jodi Ewart-
Shadoff, Europe, vs. Morgan Pressel and Jessica
Korda, United States
9:16 a.m. — Azahara Munoz and Karine Icher,
Europe, vs. Cristie Kerr and Paula Creamer, United
States.
Transactions
BASEBALL
American League
KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Designated 2B Elliot
Johnson for assignment.
NEW YORK YANKEES—Selected the contract LHP
David Huff from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (IL). Optioned
RHP Dellin Betances to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Trans-
ferred RHP David Phelps to the 60-day DL.
TAMPA BAY RAYS—Reinstated RHP Alex Cobb
from the 60-day DL. Designated INF Ryan Roberts
for assignment.
National League
SAN DIEGO PADRES—Placed C Nick Hundley on
the paternity leave list. Selected C Chris Robinson
from Tucson (PCL). Transferred RHP Jason Marquis
from the 15- to the 60-day DL.
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Activated C Yadier Molina
and OF Shane Robinson from the 15-day DL. Placed
C Tony Cruz on the 15-day DL. Optioned INF Jermaine
Curtis to Memphis (PCL).
WASHINGTON NATIONALS—Recalled RHP Drew
Storen from Syracuse (IL). Optioned RHP Ryan Mat-
theus to Syracuse. Agreed to terms with 3B Anderson
Franco.
BASKETBALL
National Basketball Association
MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES—Traded F Donte Greene to
Boston for C Fab Melo.
FOOTBALL
National Football League
BUFFALO BILLS—Announced they reached an
injury settlement with DT Aaron Tipoti.
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS—Placed OL Tyrone
Green on injured reserve. Released OL Kevin Haslam
and WR Michael Jenkins.
WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Signed LB Quan
Sturdivant.
Arena Football League
AFL—Announced the expansion Los Angeles Kiss
will begin play in 2014.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
NHL—Announced the Board of Governors approved
the sale of the New Jersey Devils to the partnership of
David Blitzer and Joshua Harris.
Major League Baseball
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Boston 72 51 .585 — — 4-6 L-2 39-21 33-30
Tampa Bay 68 51 .571 2 — 4-6 W-2 39-22 29-29
Baltimore 65 55 .542 5 1/2 3 4-6 L-3 33-25 32-30
New York 62 58 .517 8 1/2 6 5-5 L-1 34-27 28-31
Toronto 56 65 .463 15 12 1/2 5-5 W-2 31-32 25-33
Central Division
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Detroit 71 49 .592 — — 6-4 W-2 38-19 33-30
Cleveland 65 56 .537 6 1/2 3 1/2 3-7 W-2 38-25 27-31
Kansas City 62 57 .521 8 1/2 5 1/2 5-5 L-3 33-28 29-29
Minnesota 54 65 .454 16 1/2 13 1/2 6-4 W-1 28-29 26-36
Chicago 46 74 .383 25 22 5-5 L-2 28-32 18-42
West Division
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Texas 70 51 .579 — — 9-1 W-1 34-25 36-26
Oakland 68 52 .567 1 1/2 — 4-6 W-1 36-22 32-30
Seattle 55 65 .458 14 1/2 13 4-6 L-2 31-32 24-33
Los Angeles 54 66 .450 15 1/2 14 3-7 W-1 30-32 24-34
Houston 39 81 .325 30 1/2 29 3-7 L-1 19-43 20-38
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Atlanta 74 47 .612 — — 8-2 W-2 42-17 32-30
Washington 59 61 .492 14 1/2 9 1/2 5-5 L-1 36-29 23-32
New York 54 64 .458 18 1/2 13 1/2 5-5 L-3 25-32 29-32
Philadelphia 53 67 .442 20 1/2 15 1/2 3-7 L-2 29-27 24-40
Miami 46 73 .387 27 22 3-7 W-2 26-32 20-41
Central Division
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Pittsburgh 71 49 .592 — — 5-5 L-1 41-20 30-29
St. Louis 69 51 .575 2 — 4-6 W-1 36-23 33-28
Cincinnati 69 52 .570 2 1/2 — 8-2 W-5 37-20 32-32
Chicago 52 68 .433 19 16 1/2 3-7 L-4 23-36 29-32
Milwaukee 52 69 .430 19 1/2 17 5-5 L-2 27-32 25-37
West Division
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Los Angeles 70 50 .583 — — 9-1 W-8 37-25 33-25
Arizona 62 57 .521 7 1/2 6 6-4 W-3 36-26 26-31
Colorado 57 65 .467 14 12 1/2 5-5 W-1 36-27 21-38
San Diego 54 66 .450 16 14 1/2 3-7 L-1 31-27 23-39
San Francisco 53 67 .442 17 15 1/2 4-6 W-1 31-31 22-36
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Wednesday’s Games
Cleveland 9, Minnesota 8, 12 innings
Detroit 6, Chicago White Sox 4
N.Y. Yankees 11, L.A. Angels 3
Toronto 4, Boston 3, 10 innings
Tampa Bay 5, Seattle 4
Houston 2, Oakland 1, 11 innings
Thursday’s Games
Detroit 4, Kansas City 1
L.A. Angels 8, N.Y. Yankees 4
Oakland 5, Houston 0
Toronto 2, Boston 1
Tampa Bay 7, Seattle 1
Minnesota 4, Chicago White Sox 3
Today’s Games
Kansas City (Duffy 0-0) at Detroit (Verlander 12-8),
12:08 p.m., 1st game
Kansas City (Shields 7-8) at Detroit (J.Alvarez 1-2),
6:08 p.m., 2nd game
N.Y. Yankees (Pettitte 7-9) at Boston (Doubront
8-5), 6:10 p.m.
Toronto (Dickey 9-11) at Tampa Bay (Hellickson
10-6), 6:10 p.m.
Seattle (Iwakuma 10-6) at Texas (D.Holland 9-6),
7:05 p.m.
Chicago White Sox (Quintana 6-4) at Minnesota
(Correia 8-8), 7:10 p.m.
Cleveland (Masterson 13-8) at Oakland (Griffin
10-8), 9:05 p.m.
Houston (Peacock 1-4) at L.A. Angels (Williams
5-8), 9:05 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Kansas City at Detroit, 6:08 p.m.
N.Y. Yankees at Boston, 3:05 p.m.
Chicago White Sox at Minnesota, 6:10 p.m.
Toronto at Tampa Bay, 6:10 p.m.
Seattle at Texas, 7:05 p.m.
Cleveland at Oakland, 8:05 p.m.
Houston at L.A. Angels, 8:05 p.m.
Sunday’s Games
Kansas City at Detroit, 12:08 p.m.
Toronto at Tampa Bay, 12:40 p.m.
Chicago White Sox at Minnesota, 1:10 p.m.
Seattle at Texas, 2:05 p.m.
Houston at L.A. Angels, 2:35 p.m.
Cleveland at Oakland, 3:05 p.m.
N.Y. Yankees at Boston, 7:05 p.m.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Wednesday’s Games
Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 1
Cincinnati 5, Chicago Cubs 0
Colorado 4, San Diego 2
Washington 6, San Francisco 5
Atlanta 6, Philadelphia 3
L.A. Dodgers 5, N.Y. Mets 4, 12 innings
Thursday’s Games
St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 5, 12 innings
San Francisco 4, Washington 3
Cincinnati 2, Milwaukee 1
N.Y. Mets at San Diego, (n)
Today’s Games
St. Louis (Westbrook 7-7) at Chicago Cubs (Arrieta
0-0), 3:05 p.m.
Arizona (McCarthy 2-6) at Pittsburgh (Cole 5-5),
6:05 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers (Greinke 10-3) at Philadelphia (Cl.
Lee 10-5), 6:05 p.m.
San Francisco (Gaudin 5-2) at Miami (Eovaldi
2-2), 6:10 p.m.
Washington (Jordan 1-3) at Atlanta (A.Wood 2-2),
6:30 p.m.
Cincinnati (Leake 10-5) at Milwaukee (Gorzelanny
3-4), 7:10 p.m.
N.Y. Mets (Niese 4-6) at San Diego (Kennedy
4-8), 9:10 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
St. Louis at Chicago Cubs, 3:05 p.m.
Arizona at Pittsburgh, 3:05 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers at Philadelphia, 6:05 p.m.
Cincinnati at Milwaukee, 6:10 p.m.
San Francisco at Miami, 6:10 p.m.
Washington at Atlanta, 6:10 p.m.
N.Y. Mets at San Diego, 7:40 p.m.
Sunday’s Games
St. Louis at Chicago Cubs, 1:20 p.m.
San Francisco at Miami, 12:10 p.m.
Arizona at Pittsburgh, 12:35 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers at Philadelphia, 12:35 p.m.
Washington at Atlanta, 12:35 p.m.
Cincinnati at Milwaukee, 1:10 p.m.
N.Y. Mets at San Diego, 3:10 p.m.
INTERLEAGUE
Wednesday’s Games
Miami 5, Kansas City 2
Arizona 5, Baltimore 4, 14 innings
Texas 5, Milwaukee 4
Thursday’s Games
No games scheduled
Today’s Game
Colorado (Nicasio 6-6) at Baltimore (W.Chen 6-5),
6:05 p.m.
Saturday’s Game
Colorado at Baltimore, 6:05 p.m.
Sunday’s Game
Colorado at Baltimore, 12:35 p.m.
By the Associated Press
The “final hurdle” to
testing players for HGH this
season apparently involves
the NFL and union agree-
ing on whether commis-
sioner Roger Goodell will
hear appeals for violations
other than a positive test,
according to a person who
works for the league.
The person sent an
email Thursday to the
Associated Press to update
the status of negotiations
between the league and
the NFL Players Associa-
tion. The information was
provided on condition of
anonymity.
The person said that
while several issues stand-
ing in the way of HGH test-
ing have been resolved,
“the final hurdle appears
to be” the union’s desire to
have someone other than
Goodell rule on appeals
that involve violations of
the law or “demonstrated
use” of a performance-
enhancing substance with-
out a positive test.
The e-mail adds the
NFL does not “believe it
is appropriate further to
limit the commissioner’s
disciplinary authority.”
It also says: “We have
made clear to the NFLPA
... that we are not prepared
to resolve issues relating to
HGH on a piecemeal basis.
Two years after agreeing
to HGH testing in the first
place, we think the goal
should be to reach a com-
prehensive agreement on
all aspects of HGH testing
so that the program can be
fully implemented for the
current season.”
Final hurdle
to HGH testing
in the NFL
FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 2013 C3
BASEBALL
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in a four-run fifth that featured rookie
Andrew Lambo’s first hit and RBI on a
double and Barmes’ two-run homer. The
Cardinals responded by knocking out
A.J. Burnett with five runs in the bot-
tom half on a two-run single by Daniel
Descalso and RBI in consecutive at-bats
from Carpenter, Jon Jay and Holliday.
“As good as it looked early, it’s never
easy against this group,” Burnett said.
“They figured me out early.”
Both managers put a heavy stamp on
the game. Hurdle hit for two regulars in
the sixth and emptied his bench, and
Matheny used three relievers in the sixth
and seventh.
St. Louis activated All-Star catcher
Yadier Molina from the 15-day disabled
list, and he announced his presence
almost immediately. He threw out Star-
ling Marte trying to steal third to end
the first.
Notes: The Pirates begin a three-game
homestand today against the Diamond-
backs. Pittsburgh rookie Gerrit Cole (5-5,
3.95 ERA), who opposes Brandon McCar-
thy (2-6, 4.73 ERA) in the opener, has
lost five of his last six decisions. ... The
Cardinals open a three-game series in
Chicago aganst the Cubs, with St. Louis’
Jake Westbrook (7-7, 4.11 ERA) opposing
minor-league callup Jake Arrieta. It will
be Westbrook’s first appearance since
giving up nine runs in 4
2
⁄3 innings of relief
on three days’ rest after Shelby Miller was
knocked out by a liner off his elbow on
his second pitch of the game. ... Cardi-
nals reliever Seth Maness, who grounded
into a double play and struck out to
strand five runners Tuesday night, got
his first career hit in the sixth. ... Pirates
reliever Tony Watson worked three score-
less innings and retired the heart of the
order in the 10th.
Continued from p. 1
Cardinals: Molina activated from disabled list
AP
Cardinals third baseman David Freese prepares to tag out Starling Marte of the Pirates on a stolen base attempt
during the first inning of Thursday afternoon’s game at Busch Stadium.
Royals: Teams scheduled to play doubleheader today
MLB to add
to system in 2014
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP)
— Calling it a historic moment,
commissioner Bud Selig said
Thursday that Major League
Baseball plans to expand its
video review process next
season, giving managers a
tool they’ve never had in an
effort to dramatically reduce
the number of incorrect calls
made in games.
Selig made the announce-
ment after two days of meet-
ings with representatives of
the 30 teams. The proposal is
to be voted on by the owners
in November.
“I’m proud of them,” Selig
said of the replay committee.
“It’s worked out remarkably
well. It’s historic. There’s no
question about it.”
A 75 percent vote by the
owners is needed for approv-
al, and the players’ associa-
tion and umpires would have
to agree to any changes to
the current system. But the
announcement was met with
mostly praise at ballparks
across the country.
“This is the time. It’s time to
make the right decision,” Rays
manager Joe Maddon said. “It
was not available several years
ago. So, just live with it, under-
stand it. It makes things better.
It makes things more accurate,
so what’s wrong with that?”
MLB vice president Joe
Torre gave the replay presen-
tation to representatives from
all 30 teams Wednesday and it
was discussed Thursday morn-
ing.
Atlanta Braves president
John Schuerholz, a member
of the replay committee along
with Torre and former man-
ager Tony La Russa, said the
umpires were receptive to the
change. Schuerholz said 89
percent of incorrect calls made
in the past will be reviewable,
but he did not provide a list.
Umpires have come under
increased scrutiny following
several missed calls this sea-
son.
“We believe this will be very
impactful and very, very mean-
ingful and useful for all sides,”
Schuerholz said. “Managers
will have a new tool that they’ll
have to learn how to use.”
Managers will be allowed
one challenge over the first
six innings of a game and two
from the seventh inning until
the completion of the game.
Calls that are challenged will
be reviewed by a crew in MLB
headquarters in New York City,
which will make a final ruling.
A manager who sees a call
he feels is incorrect can file
a challenge with the crew
chief or home plate umpire.
Only reviewable plays can be
challenged. Non-reviewable
plays can still be argued by
managers, who can request
the umpires discuss it to see
if another member of the
crew saw the play differently.
Reviewable plays cannot be
argued by the manager.
Challenges not used in the
first six innings will not carry
over, and a manager who wins
a challenge will retain it.
The home run replay rules
currently in use will be grand-
fathered in to the new system,
Schuerholz said.
MLB expects to use the
new system in the 2014 play-
offs, and the system could be
enhanced in the postseason.
Training sessions for umpires
will start in the Arizona Fall
League this winter and con-
tinue into spring training.
“We know we have to pre-
pare people for this,” Schuer-
holz said. “Everyone is embrac-
ing it. We believe managers will
in time.”
Schuerholz said after the
first year MLB will look at what
worked and what didn’t and
make adjustments for 2015.
“It’s going to take some time,”
he said.
One of Selig’s major con-
cerns was the possible slowing
of games. Schuerholz said with
a direct line of communication
between the central office and
the ballparks the expectation
is that replays under the new
system will take 1 minute, 15
seconds. Current replays aver-
age just more than 3 minutes.
“We want to prevent stall-
ing,” Schuerholz said. “If it’s a
reviewable play, he (the man-
ager) has to tell the umpires
he’s going to review it.”
In other matters, Selig said
baseball’s investigation of Bio-
genesis, the now-closed Flor-
ida anti-aging clinic accused
of distributing banned perfor-
mance-enhancing drugs, has
been completed.
Alex Rodriguez was sus-
pended through 2014 and All-
Stars Nelson Cruz, Jhonny Per-
alta and Everth Cabrera were
banned 50 games apiece Aug.
5 when Major League Base-
ball disciplined 13 players for
their relationship to Biogen-
esis. Rodriguez has appealed
his suspension.
Selig also called the Tampa
Bay Rays stadium situation
“very, very discouraging.”
“Baseball needs a resolu-
tion to this problem,” Selig
said with Stuart Sternberg,
principal owner of the Rays,
in the room listening. “I find
it a very, very troubling situa-
tion. We were optimistic this
was moving in a very positive
direction. Unfortunately, it’s
stalled.”
Selig said the situation was
serious enough he was giving
“very strong consideration to
assigning someone from MLB
to intervene in this process,
find out exactly what the hell
is going on.”
“They’ve been a model
organization, extraordinarily
capable,” Selig said. “They’ve
done everything in their power
to make their ballpark situa-
tion work. Years have ticked
by now with no tangible prog-
ress.”
The team is obligated to play
at outdated Tropicana Field
through 2027 and is averag-
ing just more than 13,000 fans
a game this season. The low
attendance figures have led to
the Rays receiving millions of
dollars in revenue sharing.
“Without that, we wouldn’t
be able to compete,” Sternberg
said. “The other owners are
looking at it. How many years
is this going to be? How much
money is it going to be? We
should be able to get to the
point where the revenue shar-
ing dollars we would receive
don’t need to be so significant
year in and year out.”
Relocating is not on the
table, Sternberg said.
“Frankly, I haven’t been
able to get this (new stadium
deal) done,” Sternberg said.
“Something needs to be done
and nothing’s happening.
We’ve got an enormous follow-
ing, but something is clearly
stopping people from coming
through our doors. This isn’t a
one- or two-year thing. Even
the economy has picked up
a bit and our attendance has
gone down.”
Expanded replay
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis Car-
dinals will purchase the contract of one
of their top prospects, second baseman
Kolten Wong, from Triple-A Memphis
prior to today’s game at the Chicago
Cubs.
Outfielder Adron Chambers was
optioned to Memphis after the Cardi-
nals beat Pittsburgh 6-5 in 12 innings
Thursday.
The 22-year-old Wong was a first-
round draft pick and the 22nd overall
pick in 2011. He has played was batting
.303 in 107 games at Memphis with 21
doubles, eight triples, 10 home runs and
20 steals.
Matt Carpenter has had a breakout
year at second base and in the leadoff
spot, leading the National League with
48 multi-hit games and 40 doubles, but
can also play corner outfield spots and
third base.
Cardinals calling up Wong
the night off, scored twice. It was the
second four-hit game of the season for
Dirks, who is from Kansas and went to
Wichita State.
The Tigers won despite an atrocious
night on the bases. Dirks led off the
Detroit third with a double but was caught
in a rundown when Hunter grounded to
the mound. After Dirks was tagged out,
the Royals got a double play because
Hunter had turned too far around first.
In the sixth, Brayan Pena took too
much of a turn after hitting a single, and
he too was caught off the bag.
Kansas City, meanwhile, stole three
bases, but the Royals couldn’t break
through against Sanchez after scoring a
run in the first inning.
“We had a good scouting report
today,” Kansas City’s Alex Gordon said.
“When you’re not hitting doubles and
home runs, you’ve got to make some-
thing happen.”
Gordon’s RBI single made it 1-0, but
Dirks singled to start the bottom of the
first, and Fielder went deep for his 18th
homer of the season.
“It was a slider,” Guthrie said. “It just
caught a lot of the plate.”
The Royals had runners in scoring
position in the second, fourth and fifth
innings but finished 1-for-9 in those situ-
ations.
After a double by Dirks in the fifth,
Detroit had men on second and third
with one out. Hunter singled to make
it 3-1, and Cabrera’s fly ball to center
dropped in front of Jarrod Dyson for
another run.
Cabrera, who has been bothered by
hip and leg injuries lately, made a nice
sliding catch in foul territory near third
base on an eighth-inning popup by Gor-
don.
Notes: Emilio Bonifacio, acquired
Wednesday by Kansas City in a trade
with Toronto, went 1-for-4 with a stolen
base. ... A concession stand was closed
after a small grease fire about three hours
before the first pitch sent smoke high
into the air behind the scoreboard in
LF, but the situation was under control
quickly and hardly anyone on the field
at the time seemed to notice. ... Detroit
and Kansas City play a doubleheader
today. The Tigers send RHP Justin Ver-
lander (12-8) to the mound in the opener
against Royals LHP Danny Duffy (0-0).
Detroit LHP Jose Alvarez (1-2) faces Kan-
sas City RHP James Shields (7-8) in the
nightcap.
Continued from p. 1
AP
Royals third baseman Emilio Bonifacio tags out Andy Dirks of the Tigers to end a rundown during the third inning
of Thursday night’s game in Detroit.
AP
Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig speaks
during a news conference Thursday in Cooperstown, N.Y.
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they visit Arrowhead Stadium
for a preseason game tonight.
“Those guys gave me an
opportunity, a couple oppor-
tunities over the years there,”
Smith said this week. “Obvi-
ously we disagreed what hap-
pened last year, but we move
on from it.”
Yes, there will certainly be a
mixed bag of emotions when
Smith steps on the field, gazes
across the line of scrimmage
and sees guys such as Aldon
Smith and Donte Whitner, with
whom he spent so much of his
professional career but who
are suddenly trying to take off
his head.
The 49ers once made Smith
the No. 1 overall pick in the
draft, and then stuck by him
when many labeled him a
bust. They gave him one more
chance when Jim Harbaugh
was hired as the coach a cou-
ple of years ago, and he finally
made the most of it by leading
them to a 13-3 record.
Smith was playing steadily
along last season, too, until the
injury occurred. Even now, he
argues he lost his job without
ever doing anything wrong.
“I know the competitor he
is, and he wants to win and
we do as well,” Harbaugh said.
“It feels different right now.
Long and good memories of
the time when we were team-
mates, a personal friendship.
Then we wish him the best. A
long and healthy and success-
ful career.”
Just like that? Well, in a way,
yes.
The 49ers have obviously
moved on with Kaepernick,
and the Chiefs are thrilled to
have Smith stabilizing a posi-
tion that has been in flux for
the better part of a decade.
“I can’t wait to see him,”
49ers running back Frank Gore
said. “Me and Alex, we came in
together. When I get out there
I’m going to go look for him.
... As long as he’s happy and
he’s doing well, I’m happy for
him.”
Whether that’s the case,
only Smith knows for sure.
Smith always seems to have
a level head, his voice even and
tone measured as he answers
the most probing of questions.
He’s about as unflappable with
a camera in his face as he has
been in the huddle the past few
years, when he put together
a 19-5-1 record as a starting
quarterback.
“Alex’s personality and
mentality has just been even-
keeled,” Chiefs offensive coor-
dinator Doug Pederson said.
“He doesn’t get too high or too
low and that’s great for a quar-
terback.”
Chiefs coach Andy Reid,
who will go through similar
emotions when he leads his
new team into Philadelphia in
September, didn’t sound con-
cerned that a game oozing
with such intrigue — albeit a
preseason game — would dis-
tract Smith as he prepares for
the regular season.
“I think he’ll handle it,” Reid
said. “He’s going to know a lot
of people, obviously. There will
be that part of it, guys he hasn’t
seen for a few months here. But
once it’s all said and done, it’s
playing the game, and I think
he’ll handle that fine.”
Smith handled it just fine in
the Chiefs’ preseason opener
against New Orleans, when his
only incompletion on a touch-
down drive was a ball thrown
away.
The Saints’ defense was
ghastly last season, though. So
aside from any personal feel-
ings about San Francisco, pre-
season game No. 2 should give
Smith and the rest of the Kansas
City offense a better barometer
of their progress against one of
the league’s stingiest units.
Continued from p. 1
two years including the last
two in 2011. A variety of ail-
ments including biceps, knee
and back injuries slowed his
efficiency.
But the first overall choice
in the 2008 draft is ready to
show those health problems
are in the past.
“I know I’ve had some
unlucky injuries the last cou-
ple years and missed some
games,” he said. “But things
like that happen and I’ve
worked through them. Right
now, I’m feeling good.”
Long is looking good as
well. He works mostly with the
first team, although he does
not take all the snaps with the
starters. Beginning his sixth
season, Long knows what
it takes to get ready and he
understands the Rams want to
take it easy with him.
“I’ll do whatever they want
me to,” Long said. “I’m fine
with them taking me out for a
few reps now and then.”
Long has been butting
heads with former first-round
pick Robert Quinn in drills
and scrimmages. The battles
between the two behemoths
have caught the eye of offen-
sive coordinator Brian Schot-
tenheimer.
“It’s fun to see those two
going at it,” Schottenheimer
said. “Jake’s doing great, he’s
a pro and he’s working like
crazy.”
The two late-season inju-
ries the past two years gave
potential free-agent suitors the
impression Long’s body may
have a tendency to break down
late in a long season.
But the soft-spoken Long
disagrees.
“That’s just part of football,
you get hurt,” he said. “When it
happens, you just bounce back
and work harder to get back
out there.
That’s what I’ve been
doing.”
The University of Michigan
standout started the first 61
games of his career in Miami
and never had any serious
injury problems until the close
of the 2011 season.
The Rams are hoping Long
will provide stability to an
offensive line that has used 16
different starters over the last
two seasons.
Long realizes his main role
will be protecting Bradford’s
blind side.
“That’s my only job,”
Long joked. “If we keep him
clean, I think everyone will
be impressed with the way
he’s going to throw the ball
around.”
Continued from p. 1
privilege of wearing No. 33
during Lincoln’s first fall prac-
tice Thursday.
“(Soto) was a great kid,”
Jones said. “Regardless of what
type of football player he was,
he always had a smile on his
face and he always gave you
everything he had. He got a
lot better from the time he got
here. He was going to play for
us this year.”
Lincoln starting quarterback
Jacob Morris remembered Soto
as a model football player.
“He was a good friend of
mine,” he said. “He was prob-
ably one of the hardest workers
on the team. Out of anybody
on our team, out of the last
three years I’ve been here, he
probably had the most heart
I’ve ever seen. He came out to
practice each day with a smile
on his face. He never really
played like he had a chip on
his shoulder, but he gave it all
he had.
“I wouldn’t say he was the
most talented player we have
out here or the fastest or the
biggest, but you wouldn’t have
known it by watching him play
out here. He was always flying
around and just going 100 per-
cent every play. We’re going to
miss him this year.”
Continued from p. 1
right now.
“I still think we’re dropping
too many balls, or missing a
guy open here or there,” Pinkel
said. “I’m looking for perfec-
tion, that’s the bar I’m looking
at. We push for that all the time
and that’s what we try and get
done.”
✩✩✩
MISSOURI’S DEFENSIVE
LINE started bringing some
pressure late in Thursday
morning’s scrimmage.
So much
so defensive
end Michael
Sam got car-
ried away,
k n o c k i n g
down Mauk
at the end of
a play. That’s
a major faux
pas when it
comes to practice.
“(Stuff ) happens, you know,
that’s football,” Sam said with
a smile. “Luckily I wasn’t some-
body from Georgia or any-
thing.”
While the line got an earful
from Pinkel for the incident
that could be heard up in the
bleachers, it showed a group
that is hungry to improve from
last year, when hits on oppos-
ing quarterbacks were few and
far between.
“First off, to afford us to get
pressure, we need to stop the
run,” Sam said. “We stop the
run, force them to pass, then
we get some sacks back there.”
Missouri finished ninth in
the Southeastern Conference
in run defense last year, allow-
ing nearly 150 yards per game.
It wasn’t much better getting to
opposing quarterbacks.
Missouri had just 21 sacks
last season, 12th in the SEC,
ahead of only Tennessee and
Mississippi State. With Sheldon
Richardson now playing in the
NFL, it only looks to get more
difficult. But the line has a goal
of at least 30 sacks this year.
“I think we can be pretty
good up front if we can iden-
tify the guys up front who are
second team that can play,”
Pinkel said.
Flashes of that potential
were on display Thursday.
Although Missouri’s quarter-
backs completed more than
64 percent of their passes and
threw for nine touchdowns
during the scrimmage, Frank-
lin and Mauk were rushed
at times, and Pinkel said he
thought the quarterbacks took
too many sacks and held onto
the ball too long.
“I think we could have
achieved that last year, but we
had some adversity,” defen-
sive end Kony Ealy said about
reaching 30 sacks. “Even
through that adversity, I feel
like we could have gotten 30
sacks. I’m shooting for higher,
40.”
A total of 40 would likely put
Missouri near the top nation-
ally. That’s unlikely, but the line
showed Thursday it has some-
thing to prove.
“Fine and good is not good
enough for the SEC, especially
if we talk about being one of
the top five defenses in the
SEC,” Ealy said. “I know we
have that ability to do that.”
Ealy had two sacks and Sam
had one during the scrim-
mage.
✩✩✩
ONE RESERVE CONTIN-
UED to turn heads during
Thursday’s scrimmage.
Receiver Gavin Otte, a Rolla
native and transfer from the
University of Central Missouri,
caught seven passes for 77
yards and three touchdowns.
He’s listed third on the depth
chart at the Y position and had
nine catches for 74 yards in last
Saturday’s scrimmage.
“We’ve been talking the last
couple practices about him,
the Gavin Otte show,” Franklin
said. “He’s been making plays
in practice, scoring touch-
downs, making big runs and
he’s continuing to do it.”
Cornerback E.J. Gaines did
not participate in the scrim-
mage after injuring a patella
tendon earlier this week. He is
not expected to miss a signifi-
cant amount of time.
Missouri returns to practice
this morning.
The Tigers’ final scrimmage
of camp will be held Thursday
afternoon.
Continued from p. 1
Sam
Missouri: Defense fired up
Lincoln: Soto will be missed
In Manziel case
By the Associated Press
If Johnny Manziel did violate NCAA
rules by receiving money for signing auto-
graphs, a Texas law could put the people
who allegedly paid him at risk of being
sued by Texas A&M.
Christian Dennie, an attorney with Bar-
low Garsek & Simon, LLP in Fort Worth,
Texas, writes on the firm’s website the
state of Texas passed legislation in 1987
to make “a person who violates a rule of
a national collegiate athletic association
... liable for damages in an action brought
by an institution.”
To be liable, the person must have
known or reasonably should have known
a rule was violated and the violation must
lead to disciplinary action against the stu-
dent or institution.”
Manziel, who last year became the first
freshman to win the Heisman Trophy, is
being investigated by the NCAA. ESPN
has reported it is for possibly receiving
payment from memorabilia brokers for
signing autographs in Florida, Connecti-
cut and Texas this year. If he is found
to have been paid for signing, it could
compromise is amateur status and put his
eligibility at risk.
Manziel’s attorney, Jim Darnell of El
Paso, Texas, has said the quarterback is
cooperating with the investigation. Dar-
nell has said he believes Manziel will be
playing Aug. 31 when the Aggies open
against Rice. Texas A&M plays Sam Hous-
ton State a week later and hosts Alabama
on Sept. 14.
Dennie, who attended law school at
Oklahoma, worked in its athletic depart-
ment and is the author of College Sports
Law Blog, said Thursday if the NCAA finds
reason to penalize Manziel and/or Texas
A&M, the school could file a lawsuit in
Texas even if Manziel is punished for
transgressions committed in Florida or
Connecticut.
“With personal jurisdiction, it’s more
complicated than just where something
happened,” Dennie said.
Other factors that could determine
jurisdiction include, where negotiations
took place, where products were sold (in-
person or online) and where advertising
for the products was done.
Texas A&M would have to claim dam-
ages in a lawsuit, which Dennie writes
could include lost television revenues and
lost ticket sales of regular season and
post-season athletic events” and “reason-
able attorney’s fees and costs.” But those
are just suggestions.
“The statute itself doesn’t outline spe-
cifics for damages,” Dennie said.
Texas A&M could get creative, and even
claim damage to its reputation that could
be tied to revenues.
“He is a good kid. He is an honest kid,”
Texas A&M University system chancellor
John Sharp told the Fort Worth Star-Tele-
gram. “He has his heart in the right place.
My mother wishes I was as nice a kid as
Johnny when I was a sophomore in col-
lege.”
Law could be trouble for brokers
Rams: Provides stability
Chiefs: Steady before injury
Jaguars to stick with
Gabbert vs. Jets
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP)
— The Jacksonville Jaguars
want and need to see more of
quarterback Blaine Gabbert.
Coach Gus Bradley named
Gabbert the starter Thursday,
two days before the Jaguars
face the New York Jets in their
second preseason game.
Gabbert played the first
four series in the team’s exhi-
bition opener against Miami,
completing 5-of-10 passes for
19 yards. He had two passes
dropped and another one go
off a fullback’s hands for an
interception.
“We feel like he needs the
reps right now considering he
missed six games last year at
the end,” Bradley said, refer-
ring to the forearm injury that
ended Gabbert’s 2012 season.
“He got 17 snaps in the opener,
and we just felt like we’d like
to increase it this week and
get a better chance to evaluate
where he’s at.”
Chad Henne, who’s com-
peting with Gabbert for the
starting job, also will see play-
ing time with the first-team
offense. Henne got some work
with the starters against the
Dolphins, completing 8-of-11
passes for 87 yards.
Both quarterbacks should
benefit from the return of three
starters. The Jaguars will have
center Brad Meester, running
back Maurice Jones-Drew and
receiver Justin Blackmon back
on the field against the Jets.
“It’s going to be a big differ-
ence having those guys back,”
Gabbert said. “They’re anxious
and ready to play. ... It will be
the old crew back there play-
ing ball.”
The Jaguars will, howev-
er, be without receiver Cecil
Shorts III (calf ) and rookie
right tackle Luke Joeckel (hip).
Bradley has rotated both
quarterbacks throughout
training camp, giving Gabbert
and Henne plenty of work with
the starters while trying to fig-
ure out who will win the job.
Many believe it will be
Gabbert, who’s younger, more
mobile and coming off con-
secutive seasons in which
Jacksonville had issues around
him. Gabbert had no offseason
as a rookie because of the NFL
lockout, was thrown into the
starting lineup in Week 3 and
played with one of the worst
receiving corps in the league.
He was expected to show
significant improvement last
year, but he played behind a
patchwork offensive line and
with two young receivers in
Shorts and Blackmon. Jack-
sonville also lost Jones-Drew
to a season-ending foot injury
in October.
So Bradley and new gen-
eral manager Dave Caldwell
believe it’s difficult to truly
evaluate Gabbert’s viability as
an NFL starter.
“I know that conventional
wisdom tells us that, ‘Hey, we
start one and the other one
starts,’” Bradley said. “But
there’s a lot of things that we
do that aren’t conventional. I
know maybe some of you felt
that way. But to us it made
sense in our evaluation pro-
cess.
“We just looked at the whole
thing and said, ‘OK, he had 17
reps, didn’t play the last six
games of the season and we
just need to get more looks at
him.’ Knowing our situation,
we just took that approach.
This isn’t any determining fac-
tor. We’re just still figuring the
whole thing out.”
Gabbert was the 10th over-
all pick in the 2011 draft. The
former Missouri standout has
completed 54 percent of his
passes for 3,876 yards, with 21
touchdowns and 17 intercep-
tions, in two seasons. He is
5-19 as a starter.
“I’m just looking at it as
another opportunity to go out
there and prove to the coaches
and prove to the guys on the
team that I’m the right guy
for the position,” Gabbert said.
“But it’s also another oppor-
tunity to learn our offense,
another chance to go against
a different defense and perfect
the things we’ve been working
on all week.”
Back as a starter
AP
Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert throws a pass dur-
ing a preseason game against the Dolphins last Friday in
Jacksonville, Fla.
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15 Slangy event
suffix
16 Forever and a
day
17 Buzz
19 Just as it should
be
20 Patterned cotton
cloth
21 Words said with
an eagerly raised
hand
22 Three-time
Boston
Marathon winner
Pippig
24 Buzz
27 Monopoly
player?
29 __ Palace
30 Kona cookout
31 Dome cover
33 Buzz
39 Some discount
stores
40 Squeal
41 Fixes the
weatherproofing
on, say
44 Vicky in the
Nixon White
House
46 Buzz
49 Pre-1991 atlas
initials
50 She played
Ninotchka
51 Moon of Jupiter
53 Coal-rich valley
54 Buzz
58 Quito
questionnaire
catchall
59 Treads the
boards?
60 Bounce back
61 Thomas who
drew Santa
62 Hush-hush
hookup
63 They hold the
answers
DOWN
1 Schubert’s
unfinished
“Symphony No. 8
__ Minor”
2 Saldana of recent
“Star Trek” films
3 Like some
diamonds
4 Qatar’s capital
5 Good-humored
6 Put up
7 Chevy K5 Blazer,
since 1995
8 Swift-running bird
9 Push firmly
10 Learns to cope
with
11 “No hands!”
lead-in
12 Enthrall
13 Beer-flavoring
compounds
18 __-et-Vilaine:
French
department
21 Tottering
22 Pac-12 school
23 Cross-shaped
letters
25 Rabbits’ tails
26 Taberna snack
28 Ragtime round
dance
31 Tibia neighbors
32 Dead to the world
34 Home of
ConAgra Foods
35 Simba’s love
36 Marinara, e.g.
37 Misfortunes
38 Nat or Phil
41 Teases
relentlessly
42 List of slips
43 Window washer’s
concern
44 Least spoiled
45 Chiwere
speaker
47 Toss back into
the hot oil
48 Perp’s bracelets
52 Nursery sch.
54 Manitoba hrs.
55 “__ House”:
CSNY hit
56 Reserved
57 5-Down laughs
By Jean O’Conor
(c)2013 Tribune Content Agency, LLC
08/16/13
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APOSTOLIC
THE APOSTOLIC CHURCH - UPC, 119 S. Grant St. Rev.
Richard Ward. Sunday School 9:45 am; Worship 11:00 am
& 6:30 pm; Wednesday 7:30 pm.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH, Sue Drive &
Mo. 179. Rev. Jeffery B. Higbie, Pastor, Sunday School 9:30
am; Worship 10:30 am & 5:00 pm; Adult Bible Study & Youth
Services Wednesday 7:00 pm.
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD, 1900 Route C. Rev. Lowell
Perkins. Sunday School 9:45 am; Worship 8:30 & 11:00 am
& 5:00 pm; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
LINN FAMILY WORSHIP CENTER, Linn. Pastor Matt
Lee. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:45 am & 6:00 pm;
Wednesday 7:00 pm.
RUSSELLVILLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD, Russellville. Rev.
Frank Dunbar. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:45 am &
6:00 pm; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
SUMMIT FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD, 261 Spalding Rd.,
Holts Summit. Rev. J.C. Steele, Pastor. Sunday School 9:00
am; Worship 10:00 am & 5:00 pm.
BAPTIST
BIBLE BAPTIST, 4730 Country Club Drive. Rev. Randy
Dignan. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am & 6:00
pm; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
CALVARY BAPTIST, 1436 Hough St. Pastor Dr. Kevin
Kohler. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:45 am & 7:00
pm; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
CEDAR GROVE BAPTIST, Holts Summit. Rev. Charles
“Dusty” Klein, Pastor. Sunday School 9:00 am; Worship
10:00 am & 6:00 pm; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
CENTERTOWN BAPTIST, Centertown. Sunday School
9:30 am; Sunday Worship 10:30 am. No evening services.
CENTRAL BAPTIST, 1812 East McCarty.
Rev. Ted Huston. Sunday School 9:30 am;
Worship 10:30 am & 6:30 pm; Thursday 7:00 pm.
COLE SPRINGS BAPTIST, Russellville. Pastor Steve
Webb. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am.
CONCORD BAPTIST, 3724 W. Truman Blvd. Rev. Monte
Shinkle. Sunday School 8:00 am, 9:15 am & 10:45 am;
Worship 9:15 am, 10:45 am & 6:00 pm Prayer meeting
Wednesday 6:15 pm.
CORNERSTONE BAPTIST, 4930 Old Lohman Rd. Rev.
Brian K. Credille. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30
am & 6:00 pm; Wednesday Activities 7:00 pm.
CORTICELLI BAPTIST, 4 miles west of Russellville on
Route C. Dr. Rick Seaton, Interim Pastor. Sunday School
9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am & 6:30 pm Wednesday 6:30 pm.
DRY FORK BAPTIST CHURCH, Guthrie. Dr. Lewis
Curtis. Sunday School, 10:00 am; Worship 11:00 am
ENON BAPTIST, Enon. Rev. Gary Digby, Pastor. Sunday
School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am & 6:30 pm; Wednesday
7:00 pm.
FAITH BAPTIST, 194 E. Simon Blvd. Pastor Bill Dillon.
Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am, 6:30 pm;
Wednesday Prayer Meeting/Bible Study 7:00 pm.
FAITH BAPTIST (Independent), Etterville. Rev. Shay
Carpenter. Sunday School 10:00 am; Worship 11:00 am;
Wednesday 7:00 pm.
FIRST BAPTIST, 301 E. Capitol Ave. Dr. Doyle M. Sager.
Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 8:15 am, 10:45 am;
Wednesday 5:45 pm.
FAMILIA CRISTIANA INTERNACIONAL, 301 E. Capitol
Ave. Rev. Noah Angel, Sunday School 9:30 am, Worship
11:00 am (Spanish & English); Friday Praise & Bible Study
7:00 pm.
FIRST BAPTIST, Elston. Sunday School 9:30 am;
Worship 10:40 am & 6:30 pm; Wednesday 6:30 pm.
FIRST BAPTIST, Henley. Pastor James Theriac. Sunday
School 10:00 am; Worship 11:00 am.
FIRST BAPTIST, Linn. Rev. David M. Krueger. Bible study,
9:30 am; Worship 10:40 am & 6:00 pm; Wednesday 7:00
pm.
HICKORY HILL BAPTIST, Hwy. 54 South. Pastor Dr.
Steve Hogard. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am
& 6 pm.
HIGH POINT BAPTIST, 2 miles west of Mo. 87 & Route C
junction in Moniteau County. Rev. Glen A. Golden. Worship
10:30 am; Sunday School 9:30 am; discipleship/praise
service 7:00 pm; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
HOPEWELL BAPTIST, New Bloomfield. Rev. Ricky
Hopkins. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am.
IMMANUEL BAPTIST, 706 Ohio St. Rev. Shane Crum.
Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:45 am & 5:30 pm;
Wednesday 7:00 pm.
JEFFERSON CITY BAPTIST, Route C. Sunday School
9:30 am; Worship 10:45 am & 6:00 pm; Wednesday 7 pm.
JORDAN FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH, 5308
Monticello Rd. Bro. Jimmy Kiser, Pastor. Worship 10:00 am
& 6:00 pm; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
LIBERTY ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH, 7815 Liberty Road,
Taos. D. Kim Smith, Pastor. Bible & Breakfast Sunday 9:15
am Worship 10:30 am & 6:00 pm; Wednesday 6:00 pm.
MEMORIAL BAPTIST, 1120 Madison. Mark Towns,
Pastor. LifeLink Groups 10:45 am; Worship 9:15 am.
MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST, Route AA, Russellville. Pastor
Alan Earls. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am &
6:30 pm; Wednesday 7:30 pm.
MOUNT PLEASANT BAPTIST, U.S. 63, 8 miles north
of Jefferson City. Bible Study 9:15 am; Worship 10:30 am
& 6:00 pm; Youth & TeamKID Wednesday 6:00-7:30 pm.;
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:00 pm.
MOUNT ZION BAPTIST, Heritage Highway. Rev. Vern
Williford. Worship 10:00 am & 7:00 pm; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
MT VERNON MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH, 11515
Oilwell Rd., Holts Summit. Rev. Gordon Coleman. Sunday
School 10:00 am; Sunday Worship 11:00 am.
NEW HOPE BAPTIST, 6 miles north of Centertown on
Route N. Rev. Joshua Crider, pastor. Sunday School 10:00
am; Worship 11:00 am; TeamKID & Adult Bible Study 5:00
pm; Wednesday prayer meeting 7:00 pm.
OAK CHAPEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST, Guthrie. Rev.
Marion Mitchell. Sunday School 10:00 am; Worship 11:00
am.
OLD PATHS BAPTIST (Independent), 1106 St. Mary’s.
Rev. Allen Golden. Sunday School 10:00 am; Worship 11:00
am & 6 pm; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
ONE IN CHRIST BAPTIST CHURCH, 900 Jefferson,
Pastor James A. Howard, Jr., Sunday School 9:30 am;
Sunday Worship 11:00 am; Wednesday Prayer Service
6:00-6:45 pm & Bible Study 6:45-8:00 pm, Thursday
Women’s Bible Study 6:00 pm.
PLEASANT HILL BAPTIST CHURCH, Hwy. 54 South
& Route D. Sunday School 9:30 am, Worship 10:45 am,
Wednesday Evening Supper 5:30 pm, Soup & Dessert; 6:00
pm Adult Bible Study, Team Kids, Youth Activities.
PLEASANT RIDGE BAPTIST (Independent), Route AA,
Holts Summit. Rev. Craigg Burcham. Sunday School 10:00
am; Worship 11:00 am & 6:30 pm; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
PROVIDENCE BAPTIST, New Bloomfield. Rev. Jim
Shaver. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am.
RUSSELLVILLE BAPTIST, Bro. Dinzel Webb. Sunday
School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am & 7:00 pm; Wednesday
7:00 pm.
SECOND BAPTIST, 501 Monroe St. Rev. Cornell C.
Sudduth Sr. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:50 am;
Wednesday 6:30 pm & 7:30 pm.
SOUTHRIDGE BAPTIST, Rev. Ron Zamkus, 1815 Vieth
Drive. Worship 8:00 am; Bible Study 9:15 am; Worship 10:15
am & 6:30 pm; Wednesday 6:30 pm.
SPRING GARDEN BAPTIST. Rev. Kenneth Martin. Bible
Study 10:00 am; Worship 11:00 am & 7:00 pm; Wednesday
7:00 pm.
SPRING VALLEY BAPTIST, Henley. Rev. Dean Waters.
Sunday School 10:00 am; Worship 11:00 am & 6:00 pm;
Wednesday 7:00 pm.
UNION HILL BAPTIST, Holts Summit. Rev. Frank Whitney,
Pastor. Sunday School 9:45 am; Worship 8:30 am, 11:00 am
& 6:00 pm; Wednesday 6:00 pm.
WESTVIEW MISSIONARY BAPTIST, 1036 Lomo Drive.
D.M. Hearst. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am &
6:30 pm; Wednesday 7:30 pm.
WOODCREST PRIMITIVE BAPTIST, Ashland. Elder
Wallace Johnson. Bible Study 9:30 am; Worship 10:45 am.
BUDDHISM
VIPASSANA BUDDHIST CHURCH, 203 Dunklin, Rev. Ho
Bang William Edwards, 9:00 am-11:30 am Sunday Morning
Meditation Service.
CATHOLIC
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, 1206 E. McCarty St. Rev.
Msgr. David Cox. Masses Saturday 5:00 & 7:00 pm; Sunday
7:00, 8:30, 10:00 & 11:30 am.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, Loose Creek. Rev. Donald
Antweiler. Masses Saturday 5:30 pm; Sunday, 7:00 & 10:00
am.
OUR LADY OF THE LAKE, Lake Ozark. Rev. Msgr.
Michael J. Wilbers. Masses Saturday 5:00 pm; Sunday 8:00
& 10:00 am.
OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS, Marys Home. Rev. Pat
Shortt. Masses Saturday 5:00 pm; Sunday 7:45 & 10:00 am.
SACRED HEART, Eldon. Rev. Msgr. Donald Lammers.
Masses Saturday 5:30 pm; Sunday 8:00 & 10:00 am; PSR
Sunday 9:00-10:15 am.
SACRED HEART, Rich Fountain. Rev. Phil Niekamp.
Mass Saturday 6:30 pm; Sunday 7:45 am.
ST. ANDREWS, Holts Summit. Rev. Msgr. Greg Higley.
Masses Saturday 5:30 pm; Sunday 9:30 am.
ST. ANTHONY, Folk. Rev. Mark Smith. Mass Saturday at
6:30 pm.
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER, Taos. Rev. Wayne Boyer. Masses
Saturday 5:00 pm; Sunday 7:00, 8:30 & 10:00 am.
ST. GEORGE, Linn. Rev. John Schmitz. Masses Saturday
6:00 pm; Sunday 9:30 am.
ST. JOSEPH, Westphalia. Rev. Mark Smith. Masses
Saturday 5:00 pm; Sunday 7:00 & 9:00 am.
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PEACE LUTHERAN ELS, 7808 New Church Rd. Pastor
Jeffery Merseth, Pastor. Sunday Worship 8:30 am; Sunday
School 9:45 am
PILGRIM LUTHERAN, Freedom. Sunday School & Bible
classes 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am.
ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN, Meta. Rev. Gerald Scheperle.
Worship 8:00 am; Sunday School 9:00 am.
ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN, Schubert (U.S. 50 east at
Osage City-Taos exit). Rev. Gerald R. Scheperle. Worship
10:00 am; Study hour 9:00 am.
ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN, Stringtown Road, Lohman. Rev.
Warren P. Brandt. Sunday School & Bible classes 9:00 am;
Worship 10:00 am.
ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN, California. Rev. Peter M.
Kurowski. Worship 9:00 am; Sunday School & Bible Class
10:30 am.
ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN (ELCA), Hwy. D between U.S.
50 & Hwy. C in Lohman. Rev. Edward L. Merckel, Pastor.
Worship 9:00 am; Church school 10:00 am.
TRINITY LUTHERAN, Stadium & Jefferson. Rev. Russ
Bowder, Worship 6:00 pm Saturday; 8:00 & 10:30 am
Sunday; Sunday School 9:15 am.
TRINITY LUTHERAN (ELCA), 13007 Highway C,
Russellville. Interim Pastor William Say. Sunday School 9:00
am; Worship 10:00 am; Sunday evening classes 5:30 pm.
METHODIST
CALIFORNIA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 201 S.
Oak. Rev. Eric Moore. Sunday School 9:00 am; Worship
10:00 am.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 201 Monroe
St. Rev. Daniel Hilty, Rev. Keith Vessell. 6:00 pm Saturday,
Traditional Service; 9:00 am Sunday, Contemporary
Service; 11:00 am Sunday, Sunday School; 10:00 am
Sunday, Traditional Service.
FREE METHODIST, 1124 W. Miller St. Rev. Dan Slater.
Sunday School 9:45 am; Worship 10:45 am & 6:30 pm;
Wednesday 7:00 pm.
NEW BLOOMFIELD UNITED METHODIST. Rev. Joan
Deboe. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am.
NEW HOPE A.M.E. ZION CHURCH 1406 Mo. Blvd..
Suite 4 (inside Jefferson Plaza). Rev. James P. Mahaney, Sr.
Worship 11:00 am.
QUINN CHAPEL, amE. CHURCH, 529 Lafayette St. Rev.
Cassandra Gould. Worship Service Sunday School 9:30 am;
Morning Worship 11:00 am, Bible Study Tuesday 12:00 pm
& 7:30 pm.
RUSSELLVILLE UNITED METHODIST, Pastor Art
Moore, Sunday School 9:15 am; Worship 10:30 am.
SHILOH UNITED METHODIST, Holts Summit. David
Hartsfield, Pastor. Worship 9:00 am; Sunday School 10:00
am; Sunday Service 6:45 pm.
ST. JOHN’S UNITED METHODIST, Linn. Rev. Floyd
Gudde. Sunday School 9:15 am; Worship 8:00 & 10:30 am;
Youth 5:00 pm.
ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST, New Bloomfield. Arnold
G. Parks Pastor.Worship 11:00 am Every Sunday; Sunday
School 10:30 am.
WESLEY UNITED METHODIST, 2727 Wesley Street.
Rev. Tom Vansant, Pastor. Sunday School 9:45 am; Worship
8:30 & 11:00 am.
MUSLIM
JUMAH - 1:15 pm Friday prayer at Jefferson City Muslim
Community Mosque, 5123 Moreau Ridge Rd. Magrib prayer
at sunset, daily. Call the Mosque for daily prayer schedule.
NAZARENE
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE, 202 Schumate
Chapel Rd. Jake Blankenship, Pastor. Sunday School 9:30
am; Worship 10:30 am.
RICKER MEMORIAL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE,
Meta. Jake Blankenship, Pastor. Sunday School 10:00 am;
Worship 9:00 am; Wednesday 7:00 pm .
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP OF JEFFERSON CITY, 600
Beck St. Gary Behrns. Worship 10:00 am Sunday. Home
Fellowship Groups 2nd & 4th Sunday, Wednesday &
Thursday each month.
COWBOY CHURCH, Timberline Stables, Rt. MM at Rt.
J, New Bloomfield. Saturday Worship 7:00-9:00 pm by the
Cowboys for Christ.
ETERNITY CHURCH, 830 E. High St. Lead Pastor Marc
Backes. Sunday Mornings 11:00 am.
FELLOWSHIP BIBLE CHURCH, Eldon. Worship 9:45 am
& 6:00 pm; Wednesday 6:30 pm.
GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH, Intersection of
Fairmount & Chestnut - in Concord Baptist Assn. building or
BSU.. Pastor Dennis Helton. Worship 10:00 am.
GREAT WORKS WORLD OF FAITH, Hwy. 54 & Hickory
Road near Eugene, Mo. Worship 10:30 am & Wednesday
7:00 pm.
HARVEST TIME MINISTRIES, 100 Chet-Jac Dr., Holts
Summit, MO (2 blocks east of watertower). Rev. Charles
Norris, Pastor. Sunday School 9:45 am Worship 10:30 am
& 6:00 pm.
HOUSE OF REFUGE WORSHIP CENTER CHURCH
OF JEFFERSON CITY, 5505 Heritage Rd. Pastor Alfonse
Webb Jr. & Jennifer Webb. Worship 11:00 am & 7:00 pm;
Wednesday 7:00 pm.
JEFFERSON CITY BIBLE CHAPEL, 2804 Sue Drive
(Highway 179 & Sue). Worship 9:30 am; Sunday School &
ministry 11:00 am; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
JEFFERSON CITY CHRISTIAN CENTER (Charismatic),
3614 Church Lane (off Schott Road). Pastor Doug Crader.
Worship Sunday 10:00 am; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
MOKANE BIBLE CHURCH, 9101 Holiness Hwy.,
Mokane. Mike Haugh. Worship 4:00 pm Saturday.
NEW FOUNDATION DELIVERANCE MINISTRIES, 1442
Aaron Ct.. Pastor Antonio Moton. Sunday Worship Services
1:00 pm; Tuesday Bible Study 6:00 pm; Mid-Week Hour of
Power 6:00 pm Wednesday.
STRAIT WAY TEMPLE OF DELIVERANCE, 3622 Hwy.
179., Pastor Queen Ford. Sunday School 9:45 am; Worship
11:00 am; Wednesday Prayer, 6:30 pm; Wednesday Bible
Study, 7:30 pm.
WESLEYAN HOLINESS CHURCH, 2215 Missouri Blvd.
Ron Harp, Pastor. Sunday Childrens Church & Bible Study
10:30 am; Sunday Worship 6:00 pm; Wednesday Bible
Study 7:30 pm.
WOODCREST CHAPEL–JEFFERSON CITY CAmPUS,
meeting in the Sears Wing of the Capital Mall. Pieter Van
Waarde, Senior Pastor. Services Sundays at 9:15 am &
11:00 am Children’s programs provided during all services.
ZION HISTORIC CHAPEL, 2346 Zion Road. Rev. Mitch
Seaman. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:00 am.
PENTECOSTAL
BIBLEWAY CHURCH, 900 Monroe St. Rev. Stephen
Williams. Sunday School 10:00 am; Worship 11:30 am;
Wednesday 7:30 pm.
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST, 616 Locust St. Elder
Gregory Reeves. Sunday School 10:15 am; Worship
11:30 am; Evening Services 6:00 pm; Tuesday & Thursday
Services 6:00 pm.
FOUNTAIN OF LIFE FAMILY WORSHIP CENTER, 95
Grant St. Pastor Marcus Sage. Sundays: Discipleship
Classes 10:00 am; Worship 11:00 am; Family Life Groups
6:00 pm; Wednesdays: Worship & Classes 7:00 pm;
Saturdays: Teen C.A.G.E. Nights 6:00-8:00 pm.
GOSPEL LIGHTHOUSE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF
GOD, Holts Summit. Pastor Greg Smith. Sunday School
9:30 am; Sunday Morning Service 10:30 am, Sunday Night
Service 5:00 pm and Thursday Night Service 6:00 pm.
LANDMARK CHURCH, 1015 Northeast Dr., Jefferson
City, Pastor Scott Breedlove. Services at 10 am Sunday and
7 pm Wednesday.
SOLID ROCK FAMILY CHURCH, 508 Hunter’s Run Rd.
Rev. Joe Skiles. Sunday Worship & Children’s Services
9:00 am & 11:00 am; Discipleship Sunday 5:00 pm; Family
Ministries Wednesday 7:00 pm.
PRESBYTERIAN
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN, 324 Madison St. Pastor Robert
C. Erickson. Sunday Schedule: Worship 8:30 & 10:45 am;
Sunday School 9:40 am in the Chapel; Sunday Night Live
5:00 pm.
SALVATION ARMY
SALVATION ARMY, 900 Jefferson Major Kevin Cedervall.
Sunday School 9:45 am; Worship 11:00 am & 6:00 pm;
Wednesday 6:30 pm.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST, 4776 Old Lohman Road.
Pastor Neil Dye. Sabbath School Saturday 9:15 am; Worship
Saturday 11:00 am; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP, 1021
Northeast Dr. Sunday Worship 10:30 am; Youth Classes
10:30 am; Adult Forum Discussion 9:15 am; Childcare
available 9:15-11:30 am.
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
CALIFORNIA UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, California.
Rev. Dr. Andrew Lovins, Pastor. Sunday School 9:30 am;
Worship 10:30 am.
CENTRAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, Washington
& Ashley Streets. Rev. Coletta Eichenberger, Interim Pastor.
Church School 9:00Am; Worship 8:15 am & 10:30 am
EBENEZER RYORS UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Ryors (near Linn). Rev. Barbara Zastrow, Pastor. Worship
7:45 am Sunday.
FRIEDENS UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, Wendell
Stoneburner, Pastor. US 54 W, Brazito. Adult Sunday School
9:00 am; Worship 10:00 am
SALEM UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, Route K,
California. Rev. Dr. Andrew Lovins, Pastor. Worship 8:30 am
ZION ST. PAUL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, Bay.
Rev. Robert Baur, Pastor. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship
10:30 am.
UNITY
UNITY CHURCH OF PEACE - 5400 Bus. 50 W. Children’s
Sunday School & Worship at 11:00 am.
ST. JOSEPH’S CATHEDRAL, 2215 W. Main St. Rev. Msgr.
Robert A. Kurwicki. Masses Saturday 5:30 pm; Sunday 7:00,
9:00 & 11:00 am.
ST. LOUIS CHURCH, Bonnots Mill. Rev. Donald Antweiler.
Mass Sunday 8:30 am.
ST. MARGARET, Osage Bend. Fr. Joseph Corel. Masses
Sunday 9:00 am.
ST. MARTIN, St. Martins. Rev. Edwin A. Schmidt. Masses
Saturday 5:30 pm; Sunday 8:00 & 10:00 am.
ST. MICHAEL’S, Russellville. Sister Mary Rost, SSND.
Mass Sunday 9:00 am.
ST. PETER, 216 Broadway. Rev. Greg Meystrik. Masses
Saturday 5:15 & 7:00 pm; Sunday 7:00, 8:30, 10:00 & 11:30
am; Spanish Mass 1:00 pm.
ST. STANISLAUS, 6418 Rt. W, Jefferson City. MO 65101.
Fr. Ignazio Medina. Masses Saturday 5:30 pm; Sunday 7:30
& 10:30 am.
ST. THOMAS THE APOSTLE, St. Thomas. Rev. Mark
Porterfield. Masses Saturday 5:30 pm & Sunday 10:00 am.
OUR LAND OF HELP CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
Frankenstein. Rev. John Schmitz. Mass Sunday 8:00 am.
CHRISTIAN
ASHLAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 14775 S. Hwy. DD,
Ashland, MO 65010. Drew Snyder, Minister. Meeting in the
SoBoCo’s High School Commons. Minister Mark Kummer.
Family Bible School 9:00 am, Sunday Worship 10:00 am
with nursery provided.
CAPITAL CITY CHRISTIAN, 1512 Swifts Hwy. Services
at 8:30 & 11:00 am; Sunday School at 10:00 am. Nursery
provided. “A City Set on a Hill.”
CAPITAL WEST CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 1308
Fairgrounds Rd. Ken Harland. Sunday School 10:00 a.m;
Bible Fellowship 10:00 am.; Worship 8:45 am & 11:00 am;
Wednesday 6:30 pm Youth Activities.
COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN (Disciples), 409 Ellis Blvd.Rev.
David Avery. Sunday Morning Worship 9:30 am; Fellowship
10:40 am; Sunday School 11:00 am; Youth Group 5:30 pm.
CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN, Tipton. Rev. Mark Howard.
Sunday School 9:45 am; worship 10:45 am.
DIXIE CHRISTIAN (Disciples), Steve Nelson. Worship
9:30 am; Church School 10:30 am.
ETTERVILLE CHRISTIAN, Bill Lange, Pastor. Bible
school 10:00 am; Worship 11:00 am & 6:30 pm; Wednesday
7:00 pm.
EUGENE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Matt Boughan, Pastor.
9:30 am Sunday School, 10:10 am Fellowship, 10:30 am
Worship, 6-8 Thursday and Saturday open gym.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF TIPTON (Disciples of
Christ), 323 S. Osage, Tipton, Mo. Rev. Frank Eastman.
Sunday School 8:45 am, Worship 9:30 am.
FIRST CHRISTIAN (Disciples), Rev. Don Carter Senior
Minister, 327 E. Capitol Ave. Worship 8:20 & 10:40 am;
Church school 9:30 am.
FIRST CHRISTIAN (Disciples), Eldon. Rev. Shirley
Williams. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:45 am.
GUTHRIE COMMUNITY CHURCH, State Road Y, .8 of
a mile west of Guthrie. Pastor Ben Montgomery. Sunday
School 9:45 am; Worship 11:00 am.
MOKANE CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Disciples of Christ).
Russ Hamilton. Sunday School 9:30 am every Sunday;
Worship 10:30 am on first & third Sundays only.
MOUNT PLEASANT CHRISTIAN, Eldon. Walter D.
Simpson. Bible school 10:00 am; Worship 11:00 am.
NARROW ROAD CHRISTIAN UNION CHURCH, 14824
Hwy. 17, (across from Eugene School). Pastor Marvin E.
Chaney. Sunday School 10:00 am; Morning Worship 11:00
am; Evening Worship 6:00 pm; Thursday Bible Study 7:00
pm.
NEW BLOOMFIELD CHRISTIAN, Rev. Joe Gibson.
Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am; Bible Study
Thursday 7:30 pm; Men’s Fellowship 4th Saturday 7:30 pm.
NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN, 9th & McKinley, Eldon.
Chris Reynolds. Worship 8:00 & 10:30 am; Bible School
9:30 am Wednesday classes 6:30 pm (meal 5:30 pm).
OPEN AND AFFIRMING TABLE OF GRACE (Disciples),
1124 W. Miller St. Saturday Service 5:00 pm, dinner to follow.
SECOND CHRISTIAN (Disciples), 703 E. Dunklin St.
Pastor John Underwood; Church School 9:30 am; Worship
10:45 am.
TUSCUMBIA CHRISTIAN CHURCH, contact is Jack
Brumley 369-2276, 9:30 am Sunday School and 10:30
Church Service.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
CAPITAL CITY CHURCH OF CHRIST, 920 Leslie Blvd.
Evangelist Brandon Stephens. Worship Sunday 10:30 am &
5:00 pm; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
FAIRGROUNDS ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST, 1316
Fairgrounds Rd. Brent Newton. Bible classes, 9:00 am;
Worship 10:00 am & 5:00 pm; Wednesday 7:00 pm.
HWY. 54 CHURCH OF CHRIST, 4217 Greenbriar. Pastor
Howard Scott. Bible class 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am;
Wednesday 7:00 pm.
JEFFERSON CITY CHURCH OF CHRIST, 402 Dix Rd.
Evangelists Fred Singleton & Karl Hennecke. Sunday: Bible
Study 10:00 am, Worship 11:00 am & 5:00 pm; Wednesday:
Bible Study 7:00 pm.
SOUTH COUNTY CHURCH OF CHRIST, Ashland.
Worship 10:00 am & 6:00 pm.
CHURCH OF GOD
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD, 1614 Southwest Blvd. Rev.
Rob Kespelher. Sunday School 9:00 am; Worship 10:00 am;
Wednesday 7:00 pm.
SOUTHWOOD HILLS CHURCH OF GOD (Holiness),
3114 Southwood Hills Rd. Rev. Dwight Hatfield. Sunday
School 9:45 am; Worship 10:45 am & 6:30 pm; Wednesday
7:00 pm.
COMMUNITY OF CHRIST
COMMUNITY OF CHRIST, 1620 Vieth Drive. Pastor Tim
Decker. Church School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am; Brunch
& Fellowship fourth Sunday 9:00 am.
COMMUNITY OF CHRIST, U.S. 50 E., Linn. Elder Kathy
Amsinger. Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 10:30 am;
Prayer Service Wednesday 3:00 pm.
EPISCOPAL
GRACE EPISCOPAL, 217 Adams St. Fall/Winter/Spring
Schedule: Worship Services at 8:00 am & 10:30 am
Sundays; Wednesdays 12:10 pm; Sunday School at 9:30
am June, July, August: 8:00 am & 9:30 am Sunday; 12:10
pm Wednesday; no Sunday School classes.
EVANGELICAL FREE
GRACE EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH, 3011 S. Ten
Mile Dr. Rev. Mark Kiekhaefer. Sunday Worship 8:30 & 11:00
am Sunday School 9:45 am.
HEBREW ROOTS
YAHWEH’S RESTORATION MINISTRY, 11608 County
Road 4031, Holts Summit Pastor Alan Mansanger. Worship
Saturday 1:30 pm, Fellowship meal following service; Bible
Study Saturday 12:00 Noon.
INDEPENDENT
MASON RIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH, 1/4 mile north
of the Jct. of Hwys. 42 & 133. Pastor Larry E. Neal. Sunday
School 10:00 am,Sunday Worship 10:45 am & 6:00 pm.
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
HOUSE OF PRAYER FAMILY CHURCH, 2707 W. Main
St. Rev. James Jackson. Prayer Before Service 9:15 am;
Worship 10:00 am; Children’s Church 10:00 am; Wednesday
Bible Study 7:00 pm; Fire & Water Youth Group 7 pm.
LIVING FAITH CHURCH, 1-1/2 miles east of Ashland on
Route Y. Rev. Fred E. Martie. Worship 10:00 am & 7:00 pm;
Thursday 7:00 pm.
JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES
JEFFERSON CITY ENGLISH CONGREGATION OF
JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES, 821 Magnolia Place. Sunday:
Public Talk 12:30 pm, Watchtower Study 1:05 pm;
Wednesday: Congregation Bible Study 7:00 pm; Theocratic
Ministry School 7:30 pm, Service Meeting 8:00 pm.
JEFFERSON CITY SPANISH CONGREGATION OF
JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES, 821 Magnolia Place. Sunday:
Public Talk 10:00 am, Watchtower Study 10:35 am; Tuesday:
Congregation Bible Study 7:00 pm; Theocratic Ministry
School 7:30 pm, Service Meeting 8:00 pm.
HOLTS SUMMIT CONGREGATION OF JEHOVAH’S
WITNESSES, 185 Northstar Dr. Sunday: Public Talk 9:30
am, Watchtower Study 10:05 am; Thursday: Congregation
Bible Study 7:30 pm; Theocratic Ministry School 8:00 pm,
Service Meeting 8:30 pm.
JEWISH
TEMPLE BETH-EL, 318 Monroe St. Friday 7:30 pm.
LATTER DAY SAINTS
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS,
4618 Henwick Lane. Bishop Karl Hubbard. Sacrament
meeting 10:00 am; Sunday School & Primary 11:15 am;
priesthood meeting, relief society & young women 12:10 pm
Family History Center hours Wed. 10:00 am-3:00 pm.
LUTHERAN
BETHANY LUTHERAN, Eldon. Rev. Peter Lange.
Worship 9:00 am; Sunday School 10:15 am.
CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN CHURCH, LCMS, 1700
Bagnell Dam Blvd., Lake Ozark. Pastor Ron Lehenbauer.
Saturday Evening Worship 5:00 am; Sunday Worship 7:30
am & 10:15 am; Sunday School & Adult Bible Classes 9:00
am.
FAITH LUTHERAN, 2027 Industrial Dr. Rev. Anthony A.
Alter. Sunday School 9:15 am; Worship 8:00 & 10:30 am;
Faith Rocks Sunday 5:00 pm.
GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH & EARLY CHILDHOOD
CENTER, 618 Halifax Road, Holts Summit. Rev. Michael
Diener. Sunday School & Bible Classes 9:00 am; Worship
Sunday 10:00 am.
HOPE LUTHERAN CHAPEL, Osage Beach. Rev.
Guillaume Williams. Worship 7:30 & 10:00 am; Sunday
School & Bible class 8:45 am.
IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH, 8231 Tanner Bridge
Rd., Honey Creek. Rev. Jeff Schanbacher. Bible Class &
Sunday School 8:30 am; Sunday Worship Services 9:30
am., Thursdays 7:00 pm.
OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN, 1529 Southwest Blvd.
Rev. Dr. Scott Musselman. 9:00 Traditional Worship; 10:00
Brunch; 10:30 Children’s Church; 10:30 Praise Worship.
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Sunday Worship – 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Sunday School – 9:15 a.m.; Bible Class – 9:15 a.m.
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First United Methodist Church
Worship:
Sat. 6:00 p.m.; Sun. 9:00 & 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School for all ages 10:00 a.m.
201 Monroe Street • (573)635-6886 • JCFUMC.org
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Saturday 6 p.m.
Sunday 8 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Sunday School Bible Class 9:15 a.m.
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Trinity Lutheran Church
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
“Where Love Abounds”
501 Monroe Street (573) 636 3326
Rev. Cornell C. Sudduth, Sr. Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30AM WORSHIP 10:50AM
WEDNESDAY PRAYER SERVICE & BIBLE STUDY 6:30PM
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10920 Old Hwy 54 North
Holts Summit, Missouri
573-896-5572
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St. John’s Lutheran Church
Invites You To Worship With Us
Sundays – 10 a.m. Worship
Children’s Sunday School 9:00 a.m.
Adults Bible Study 9:30 a.m.
For More Information 395-4591 or
email: st.jschubert@hotmail.com
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Lunch Specials - Monday thru Friday
1904 Southwest Blvd. 634-2520
Pastors: R. Erickson, D. Henry & Z. Wolfe
Services 8:30 & 10:45 a.m.
Sunday Nite Live Worship 5 p.m.
DOWNTOWN MADISON & MCCARTY
636-2149
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First Presbyterian Church
Charlie Christiansen
2713 Industrial Dr., Ste. B
Jefferson City, MO 65109
Office: 573-893-3388
Cell: 573-619-2803
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SOUTHRIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor
Ron Zamkus
1815 Vieth Dr.
Jefferson City
635-6398
SUNDAYSCHEDULE
OF SERVICES
8:00 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Worship
9:15 a.m.. . . . . . .Bible Study (All Ages)
10:30 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Worship
5:00. .Adult/Youth Choir Practice
6:30 p.m.. . . . . . . . . .Evening Worship
WEDNESDAY
5:45 p.m.. .Mission Groups
(School Year)
6:30 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .AWANA
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6:30 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Youth
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Central United Church of Christ
635-1041 118 W. Ashley St. - Jefferson City
Informal Worship 8:15 a.m.
Church School 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.
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635-4101
210 Monroe St.
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232 E. High Street • 632-9700
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Served with house chips - $7
Shep’s Southside
112 E. Dunklin • Now Open Sat. for lunch
Lunch: Shep’s Signature Rueben Sandwich
with fries. $8.50
Dinner: Build-a-Grill with salmon or tuna
with topping and two sides. $14.99
Lunch served 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dinner served 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Daisy Delight Restaurant
2715 E. McCarty, Jefferson City • 573-635-1221
Popcorn Catfish, hush puppies, slaw, fries or tots and 16
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fresh brewed tea or coffee - $6.70
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1650 Jefferson Street
Come in and enjoy our Double Burgers
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Add a side salad for $1.89.
Breakfast always served 24/7.
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Tuesday
Will pick up your chainsaw, lawn
equipment on Tuesday for $15 - the
following Tuesday we will deliver.
If you want the product before
Tuesday, an additional fee will
apply. Must call by Monday
afternoon for Tuesday pick up.
Jefferson City city limit only!
Call
Diamond R Equipment
573-635-4500
DUDLEY'S
Fri. & Sat.
Special
2 10 oz. Top Sirloins $22
10 oz. T-Bone $10
Includes Salad, Choice of
Potato & Texas Toast
5525 Business 50 West
Apache Flats
893-3235
ST. THOMAS
Parish Family
Picnic
Sun., August 18
(15 miles South of
Jefferson City on Route B)
Fried Chicken &
Roast Beef Dinner:
Includes
real mashed potatoes & gravy,
green beans, kraut, corn,
tomatoes, cucumbers & dessert
Serving 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Adults: $10, Children 6-12: $5
5 & under: Free
(Credit Cards Accepted)
Number system - no waiting in
line - Air-conditioned Hall
Carryouts Available
Handicap Parking
Quilt Auction
with 35 hand crafted quilts
and baby quilts at 5:00 p.m.
Live Bluegrass Music
Country Store, Craft Stand,
Air-Conditioned Bingo,
Indoor & Outdoor Games
Grand raffle with
1st prize - $1,000 cash
Turkey Creek
Customer
Appreciation
Week
20-40% Off
Shirts, Shorts &
Equipment
Aug. 12 - 18
573-636-7833
090 Lost
FEMALE BEAGLE, Bonnie, tri-color,
no collar. Reward, Call 573-676-5205
LOST: DOG, black. Missing since
Tuesday evening or early Wednesday
morning. Answers to the name
Buford. Very friendly, but scared of
storms. Half black Lab and half
Basset Hound. Reward offered. Taos.
573-301-9916 cveltrop@hotmail.com
"MONTY", small male dog, white with
tan on ears, long wavy hair,
10-15lbs., Last seen on County Road
356, may have been picked up, so he
could be anywhere. REWARD if re-
turned. Please call with any informa-
tion: 573-592-0031 or 573-220-5030
EMPLOYMENT
170 Help Wanted
Access www.cs-business.com
For area job opportunities
AL SCHEPPERS MOTOR CO. is a
Medium/Heavy Duty International
Truck dealership located in Jefferson
City Mo. We are in need to two
experienced Truck Technicians for
our Service Department. Benefits in-
clude competitive salary based on
experience, paid health insurance,
paid vacation, paid sick leave, uni-
form program. If you are an experi-
enced Truck Technician looking for a
career with a great company, please
call: 573-680-5279.
CONTRACT SUPERVISOR
The Missouri Department of
Conservation has temporary Contract
Supervisor positions available,
headquartered in Jefferson City, Mis-
souri. Requires a high school educa-
tion, at least four years construction
experience, current or past certifica-
tion to operate nuclear
density/moisture meter, and able to
be certified by the American
Concrete Institute. Supervisory
experience preferred. Extensive
travel required. Wages will start at
$14.24 per hour. Visit our web-site at
www.mdc.mo.gov/about/jobs for
more information. Please send re-
sume to Nickie.Phillips@mdc.mo.gov
no later than Friday, August 30, 2013.
Drug free work environment. EOE
Assistant Plant Controller
Gardner Denver, Inc. is a leader in
the worldwide manufacturing of air
compressors, blowers, and pumps.
We have an opportunity at our loca-
tion in Sedalia, MO for an Assistant
Plant Controller. This position will
assist in managing the accounting
systems that support fund manage-
ment, cash flow, tax management,
budgets and financial control/re-
porting. This position will be integral
in the fiscal inventory process.
Good knowledge and practical
experience with corporate
accounting, reporting and consolida-
tion issues including those associat-
ed with GAAP and SEC rules and
regulations is a must. The successful
candidate should have the ability to
identify and investigate trends and
potential issues.
The successful candidate must have
a Bachelor's degree in accounting or
finance, five years of accounting
experience in a manufacturing
setting, with at least 2 years in a lead-
ership capacity. SAP experience is
preferred.
We offer excellent pay and benefits.
Qualified candidates only may send
their resume and salary history to:
Gardner Denver
Attn. HR Manager
305 N. State Fair Blvd
Sedalia, MO 65301
Or
HR.Sedalia@gardnerdenver.com
EOE/AA
Car Title Loans
Customer Service Rep
Full time. Benefits, 401K & Bonus.
High school diploma required. Pay
based on experience $8-$10/hour.
Experience in rent-to-own, collec-
tions and/or customer service help-
ful. Duties include writing loans,
collections, bank runs & more.
Please go to 1706 Missouri Blvd. for
applications and more details. Can
fax resume to 573-556-1079.
Check-Out Scheduler
Busy medical practice is seeking an
energetic, highly motivated self-start-
er to check out patients, schedule
appointments, procedures, obtain in-
surance authorization and pre-
certification. The exceptional
candidate must have medical experi-
ence. EMR/eCW experience will be
given first consideration. Along with
strong computer skills, attention to
detail, exceptional communication
and organizational skills are must
have qualities. We offer a competitive
wage and benefit package. Please
send cover letter and resume to P.O.
Box 415, Jefferson City, MO
65102-0415
FREE Bible study in your home or by
mail, 573-635-1690
Cole R-V School in Eugene is
seeking applications for a Special
Education Paraprofessional for the
2013-2014 school year. If interested,
call 573-498-4004 for application and
information. Closing date is
September 6, 2013. Cole R-V School
is an equal opportunity employer.
EXPRESS LUBE OIL TECH
Full time. Stop by Capitol Automotive
Inc., 3201 Missouri Blvd., to fill out an
application.
Full-Time Seasonal Golf Course
Maintenance
Experience with mowing required.
Position requires early morning
hours. Drug testing required. Apply in
person at 516 S. Country Club Dr.
GROUNDSMEN & CLIMBERS
WANTED. Must have 3 years of
electrical right of way experience.
Clean cut and willing to work. 10
hour days. 573-642-6724
Fast paced local commercial general
contractor is in search of a qualified
project field superintendent. Re-
sponsibilities would include, but not
limited to, coordinate and supervise
all construction activities. Preparing
construction schedule, identify and
solve problems. Promote and ensure
job site safety, encourage safe work
practices and rectify job site hazards
immediately. Perform all quality
control, safety, and SWPPP inspec-
tions per the Policy & Procedures.
High school diploma or equivalent is
mandatory; however a degree in
Construction Management or
Engineering preferred. 10 hours
OSHA certification training and a
minimum of 5 years hands on field
experience is required. Please submit
a resume, attention Bob Brown P.O.
Box 233 Eldon, MO 65026.
GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Central Mo. Newspapers, Inc., is
seeking a Graphic Designer. This full
time position includes designing print
and digital ads along with various
other duties. Experience in Adobe
Creative Suites required. Must be
neat in appearance, pleasant and
enjoy working with the public.
This is a great opportunity for a self-
starting team player who is flexible,
willing to learn and likes a busy, fast-
paced environment. Benefits include
vacation, sick leave, 401k and
medical insurance. Interested parties
please email resume, along with
cover letter and salary requirements,
to:
Jane Haslag, Marketing Director at
jane@newstribune.com
or mail to
Graphic Designer Position
News Tribune
P.O. Box 420,
Jefferson City, MO 65102
3 days - 2 lines
free ads
210 Monroe, Jefferson City
publish 3 days
Mon. - Sat.
Items priced at
$20,000 or less
Order at
newstribune.com
or fax to
634-7433
Rates apply to private party customers.
Some stipulations apply.
Photo submitted by Barbara Chilcutt
636-3131
To place an ad, call
Index
Announcements 60-90
Employment 170-180
Transportation 200-280
Merchandise 300-615
Financial 650-660
Real Estate Rent 730-810
Mobile Home 840-860
Real Estate Sale 890-954
Legal/Public Notice 964-980
Deadlines
Monday Edition
3:30 p.m. Friday
Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday & Friday Editions
2:00 p.m. the Previous Day
Saturday Edition
10:00 a.m. Friday
Sunday Edition
2:00 p.m. Friday
Legal & Display Deadlines
Available Upon Request
PHOTOS WANTED
We welcome your personally taken scenic
or landscape photos for our banner. Please
e-mail them to class@newstribune.com. Please
include your name & a brief description.
Fax: 634-7433 • Email: class@newstribune.com
www.newstribune.com
FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 2013 D1
CLASSIFIED
Graphic Designer/
Coordinator
This position is responsible for the
Champs Chicken store opening POS.
This will include receiving orders
from the sales staff, determining
proper production for the order, de-
sign & layout for special pieces, and
proper shipment. This position is
entry level and highly administrative.
Please send resume to:
jobs@champschicken.com, fax:
866-236-8772, or P.O. BOX 160,
Holts Summit, MO 65043.
Great opportunity for professional
sales consultants NOW! We are an
industry leader in solar energy
systems and energy efficient solu-
tions, offering unique and valuable
products with clear competitive
advantages. Our industry certifica-
tions are the gold standard, and our
parent company has served central
Missouri for over 60 years. Our sales
leaders are aggressive, highly
motivated and well organized with
outstanding communication skills.
This industry offers a growing
number of prospects, and our market
area is largely untapped. Compensa-
tion includes a generous draw plus
an attractive commission schedule.
For consideration to become part of
our outstanding team and a key
player in the excitement of the
emerging renewable energy industry
in Missouri, send your resume to Mis-
souri Solar Applications, P.O. Box
1727, Jefferson City, MO 65102) or
cathy@mosolarapps.com .
Harry's Place Cafeteria is looking for
hardworking and reliable kitchen
help. No nights, no weekends.
Please apply in person, 4th Floor,
Truman Bldg. Starting $7.50/hour.
Here is an opportunity for the right
person.....A local company will be
expanding its products to include
watercraft (personal watercraft/
boats). This is an opportunity to join
an existing team that covers Mid-Mis-
souri, Midwest and National Sales.
Base salary 32K plus commissions to
?. Vacation & Holiday pay, 401K and
other perks. Familiarity with internet
sales a must + walk-in customers.
Computer skills a must. People skills
a must. Great opportunity for the per-
son looking for a change and a
GREAT opportunity. Send resume to
File 3019, News Tribune, 210 Monroe
St., Jefferson City, MO 65101.
Independent
Contractor
Delivery Route
The Jefferson City News Tribune is
searching for a contract carrier to de-
liver newspapers to home subscrib-
ers. This route delivers papers to
single copy locations and subscrib-
ers in and around the areas of New
Bloomfield and Fulton. This is an in-
dependent contractor position. Deliv-
ery time is approximately 3.5-4 hours
each night and all deliveries must be
completed by 5:30 a.m. Monday-
Friday, and 7 a.m. on Saturday and
Sunday. Interested candidates must
have reliable transportation and the
ability to work overnight hours. To be
considered please call the News Trib-
une circulation department at
573-636-3132.
INFANT/TODDLER TEACHER
Full & part time. Increasing enroll-
ment, loving & energetic teacher
needed for full time position. Experi-
ence and/or education required to
start your rewarding career. Benefits.
Learning Connection, 893-4469.
ISS FACILITY SERVICES
is now hiring for part time and full
time janitorial positions. Applications
are available at 721 Jefferson St.
Jefferson City.
ISS Facility Services Inc. is an Equal
Employment Opportunity Affirmative
Action Employer.
JOHNNY'S PIZZA & STEAKHOUSE
is now hiring dishwashers & servers.
Please apply in person between 2-4
p.m. Mon. - Fri. at 2102 MO Blvd.
No phone calls, please.
LAWN TECH
Wiggins Co. Grounds Care is
seeking an individual for a full-time
position with benefits. Must have
good driving record. Commercial
mowing experience preferred.
Starting wage $11+. Jefferson City.
Apply to: wigglawn@aol.com
Local Driver
CDL-A plus pour concrete
Concrete foundation business
looking for a driver that is not afraid
to work. Good salary. Callaway
Foundation Service, Holts Summit
573-690-2668
Now Hiring:
DIETARY AIDE
& PART-TIME COOK
Apply within at
3108 W. Truman Blvd.
-NOW HIRING-
MIZZOU FOOTBALL
Claim your Spot Today!
*Ushers *Ticket Takers
*Bag Checkers *Parking
*Field Staff *Suites
Opportunity is knocking…
Will you answer?
Call 1-800-844-2664 today!
Ask for Mike or Rob
Or apply online at
Keystoneeventstaffing.com
Part-time Administrative Clerk
The Missouri Board of Law Examin-
ers is accepting applications for an
administrative clerk at 24 hours per
week. The position requires some
previous office experience including
typing, data entry, and general
clerical duties. High school diploma
or equivalent required. Visit
www.mble.org for a detailed job de-
scription and to obtain the required
employment application.
Part-time assistant needed. 20
hours/week. Julie at RE/MAX
JEFFERSON CITY. Send resume to
julies@realtor.com or bring to
RE/MAX office.
PART-TIME EDITOR
KRCG 13, Mid-Missouri's local news
leader, is seeking a creative in-
dividual to take live raw video feeds
from reporters, photographers, and
other various news agencies and edit
the video for on-air presentation.
This is a part-time, evening position.
The ideal candidate will have experi-
ence with Avid Newscutter. Submit
resume to: jobs@krcg.com
Background and drug screen are re-
quired. KRCG is an EOE.
www.connectmidmissouri.com
PRESCHOOL COOK - Please apply
at 640 Gaylord Dr., Fulton.
PRESCHOOL TEACHER - Must have
3 college hours in Early Childhood
Education. Apply at 640 Gaylord Dr.,
Fulton.
PROGRAM ASSISTANT
Full time, part-time and as needed
positions available in Fulton and
New Bloomfield. Providing
assistance with daily living needs to
individuals with developmental
disabilities. You will also work with
professionals from other agencies
and family members. Requires high
school diploma or GED. Must pass
a background check. Benefits in-
clude retirement and health in-
surance.
Call Finck Supported Living
Services 573-581-8202 or go to
www.finckinc.com for application.
Ria's Restaurant & Lounge
3550 W. Edgewood Dr.
Server positions available
Apply in person.
Welcome Inn Again
Looking to hire an experienced
breakfast cook. Taking applications
between 10 a.m. & 11 a.m., ask for
Heather. 130 E. Dunklin.
Rollins Automotive
We are currently accepting applica-
tions from hard working, responsible,
clean, detail-oriented mechanics. If
you possess the necessary tools and
attitude to repair vehicles in a fast-
paced busy environment, apply
today at 2004 Idlewood Court. No
phone calls please.
SCHOLASTIC JOB Opportunities
Job Line 632-1787
www.scholastic.com
Teller - Full-Time and Part-Time
Positions Available
Become a team member for a retail
banking branch where unlimited
opportunities are available.
Applicants must display a high
energy level in a fast-paced environ-
ment delivering outstanding member
service and demonstrate excellent
communication skills. Weekdays in-
cluding rotating Saturdays. Please
email resumes including specific
position and availability to: busi-
ness.development@rrcu.org or mail
to River Region Credit Union, Attn:
Business Development, 3608 W. Tru-
man Blvd., Jefferson City, MO
65109. EOE
TRUCK DRIVER
Class B, CDL with air brakes. Apply
in person, Hometown Lumber, Linn,
Mo.
171 Help Wanted - Medical
Bailey Cosmetic Surgery & Vein
Centre` in Osage Beach, Missouri is
seeking a Certified Surgical
Technologist. The position is full time
Monday - Friday. Duties include
surgeries, both cosmetic and vein,
and assisting in daily operations of
the clinic. Please email resumes to
drussell@baileyveinandskincare.com
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!!!
CMA positions available. Apply in
person, 3409 N. Ten Mile Dr. No
phone calls, please.
Correctional Healthcare Companies
needs a part-time Physician (2
hours/week), Miller County Jail,
Tuscumbia, MO $130.00/hour
($260/week) + Malpractice Cover-
age. Curriculum Vitaes/Resumes with
Salary expectations can be sent via
email:
david.welch@correctioncare.com
or Fax: 720-458-3482
Or Call the Physician Recruiter at
720-622-8015
LPN & CNA
Full Time, Part Time & PRN
All Shifts
Apply in person at: Westphalia Hills,
1899 Hwy. 63, Westphalia, MO
65085. No phone calls please.
Now Hiring:
ACTIVITIES ASSISTANT
Full Time, Mon. - Fri.,
chauffeurs license a plus.
Apply within at
3108 W. Truman Blvd.
173 Help Wanted - Sales
Sakelaris Ford of California, MO has
an immediate opening for an experi-
enced Sales Professional. Must be
driven to sell while maintaining the
highest regard for the customer
experience. Employment with the
Sakelaris family of dealerships offers
a great opportunity for those who
want to advance their career.
Attractive pay plan with benefits.
Please send your resume by fax to
573-796-3838 or by email to auto-
loan@fidmail.com. All inquiries are
confidential. Ford certification a plus.
Professionals with sales experience
in other fields are encouraged to
apply.
174 Help Wanted - Drivers
O-T-R drivers needed for Midwest
runs. Out for two weeks and home
for three days off. Must have recent
OTR experience, good employment
and driving record. Starting rate de-
pends on experience and PSP score.
We also offer a refresher course for
OTR drivers who have been off of the
road.
Please call Debra, at 573-635-4570
178 Business Opportunity
PHOTOGRAPHY BUSINESS FOR
SALE. Locally owned for 20 years.
For information call 659-9703 or
email: mjevans35@gmail.com
TRANSPORTATION
210 Auto Accessories/Tires
SET OF 4 Hankook Optimo tires,
195/60/R15, less than 10K miles,
$250. 573-353-1219 or 573-694-4759
220 Antique/Classic Cars
WILLYS JEEP WAGON, 1959, 6
cylinder, 4x4, good engine, rough,
rusty, original, 45 years ownership,
$2,500 firm. 217-336-2191 (Illinois)
230 Autos For Sale
BUICK LUCERNE CXL, 2007, good
condition, 90k miles, heated leather
front seats, climate control
temperature, moonroof, 1 owner,
$10,995. 893-8375
CHEVROLET CAVALIER, 1999, 4
cylinder, 4 door, automatic, very
good condition, 108,700 miles,
$2,195. 573-694-0841
CHEVROLET IMPALA LT, 2006, V6,
new tires, 111k miles, sale price:
$6,950. Governor Motor Company,
573-636-2277 GovernorMotorCo.com
CHYSLER SEBRING, 2007, Air condi-
tioning, anti-lock brakes, cruise
control, compact disc player, power
mirrors, sun roof, power windows,
power locks, power seats, six
cylinder, will take best offer by 8/23,
cash only., good condition, 11,500
miles, $10,000. 501-425-9422
steveweston84@gmail.com
FIAT 500 HATCHBACK, 2012, auto-
matic, "fun-mobile", 34k miles,
$12,750. Governor Motor Co.,
573-636-2277 GovernorMotorCo.com
FORD Crown Victoria 2003, 149k
miles, has some cosmetic flaws but
nice car, $1,295. 573-634-7168
FORD E250 Cargo van, 2003, 5.4,
$6500/best offer. FORD Taurus,
2000, $2500/best offer. 573-644-4242
MERCURY MYSTIQUE, 1996, air
conditioning, anti-lock brakes, cruise
control, power windows, front wheel
drive, runs and drives good, good
commuter car, fair condition, 143,000
miles, $1,500. 573-680-6946
HYUNDAI ELANTRA, 2010, automat-
ic, loaded, 71K, $6350. 573-619-9129
FORD MUSTANG, 2005, Mach 1, new
tires, red leather interior, after market
exhaust. Very sharp car. excellent
condition. 101,000 miles, $12,000.
573-619-9504
HONDA CIVIC, 1997, 5 speed, new
paint, wheels & tires, asking $3,500.
573-230-1797
HONDA CRV EX-L, 2011, moonroof,
backup camera, power locks/
windows, heated leather seats,
cruise, anti-lock brakes, air, 4x4,
multi-disc player, power mirrors,
satellite radio, navigation system,
keyless entry, alloy wheels, new tires
with only 4,000 miles on them, recent
oil change and tire rotation, excellent
condition. 25,700 miles, by owner,
$24,250. 573-353-1761
MERCURY SABLE LS,1998, 97k
miles, $2700. 573-291-4676
NISSAN MAXIMA, 2001, leather, alloy
wheels, moonroof, all power, hwy.
miles, gas saver, excellent condition,
$3999 or best offer. 573-353-6865
NISSAN SENTRA 2.0, 2010, 4
cylinder, automatic, 48k miles, just
$11,800. Governor Motor Company,
573-636-2277 GovernorMotorCo.com
SCION XB, 2005, "toaster car", auto-
matic, air, 125k miles, only $6,950.
Governor Motor Company,
573-636-2277 GovernorMotorCo.com
SUBARU Forester Wagon, 2001,
standard shift, $2100. 573-301-4598
TOYOTA COROLLA, 1996, cold air,
great gas mileage, 139,000 miles,
$2,250. 573-744-5565
Volvo S40 Sedan, 2005, black,
standard shift, beautiful, safe car,
$4500/best offer. Honda Odessey,
2000, 185k miles, runs good, $1900.
Dodge 2500 Cargo Van, 2003, 138k
miles, $2100/best offer. 573-301-4598
240 Trucks For Sale
CHEVROLET LS, 2000, 4x4, extended
cab, runs great, fair condition,
240,000 miles, $3,600. 573-301-0158
DODGE 5 speed manual truck, 1997,
106k miles, runs great, looks great,
$1900/best offer. 573-280-0119
DODGE DAKOTA, 2000, V8, 4x4,
automatic, extended cab, almost new
tires, $2750. 573-619-5535
DODGE DAKOTA SLT, 2005,
extended cab, V6, 4x4, 42K, new
tires, $12,750. 573-728-6469 or
573-690-6431.
FORD F-250 XLT SUPER CAB, 2008,
automatic, 4x4, 5.4, white, tow pack-
age, new plugs, wires, fuel filter, oxy-
gen sensors, transmission serviced,
near new tires, good condition,
107,500 miles, $15,800.
573-338-0777
ascheperle@yahoo.com
245 Sport Utility Vehicles
CHEVROLET TAHOE LT, 2004, 188k,
4x4, 5.3 liter, V8, power windows &
heated seats, $6000. 573-619-2198 or
636-3032
CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER, 2004,
extended with third row seating. Pow-
er seats, power locks, power
windows, power mirrors, rear air,
front wheel drive, cruise control, anti-
lock brakes, air conditioning, keyless
entry, 4x4, good condition, 150,000
miles, $6,500. 573-690-5624
racejunkie@embarqmail.com
GMC ACADIA SLT, 2011, front wheel
drive, leather, diamond white, dual
moonroofs, 40K, excellent condition,
$28,250. 573-808-3126
GMC YUKON XL 2004, 183k miles,
leather, running boards, loaded, very
well maintained, $8,995/or best offer.
573-690-3182
HONDA CR-V SE, 2011, 4 wheel
drive, remote start and more!
Excellent condition, 34,000 miles,
$19,500. 573-644-3488
250 Vans For Sale
Dodge Caravan Sport, 2003, 123K,
excellent condition, 3.8 V6, loaded,
excellent tires, $5600. 573-896-5807
FORD E350, 2010, 12 passenger van,
V8, 60k miles, nice, $15,950.
Governor Motor Company, 573-
636-2277, GovernorMotorCo.com
NISSAN QUEST SL, 2005, 1 owner,
3.5 liter V6, air conditioning, power
windows, locks & sliding door, 123K,
$7,000. 573-353-5688
260 Motorcycles
HONDA GOLDWING, 2004, low
miles, $11,500. 573-498-3749
HONDA SHADOW 600, 49k miles,
good shape, $2500. 573-632-2858
HONDA SHADOW SABRE 1100,
2001, Great starter bike, runs great,
saddlebags, windshield, Cobra
pipes, passenger back rest included,
low miles. $4,000 or best offer.
573-680-0003
270 RVs/Campers
2008 Coachmen 17 ft. fold down
camping trailer with air, $4495. US
Rents-It RV Sales. 635-6171
Check out the two new 2014 model
Bunkhouse travel trailers by Forest
River. Yes we trade! US RV Center,
1513 Industrial Drive. 635-6171
FIFTH WHEEL CAMPER, 2004, 36',
with 10' toy hauler, $6330.
870-405-4590 (Vienna)
SERVICES
100 Adult Care
CAREGIVER
(former Certified Nursing Assistant
for 19 years) available to work night
shift, any nights, doing private duty
home care for 1-2 elderly, recovering,
hospice or physically challenged per-
sons. If you can use my services,
please call Julie Clark, 573-592-0051.
IN-HOME CARE
11 Years Experience
Trusted Home Care,Inc.
206 West Dunklin Street
573-632-1924
Needing someone to take care of
your love ones? Call Donna 469-5423
110 Child Care
1 TODDLER spot for a family looking
for exceptional care. (East). 634-3520
ACCEPTING NEW ENROLLMENT at
Show-Me Child Care, 2-4 year olds.
Contact Julie at 761-9998 or stop by
to visit at 2702 E. McCarty.
Day Care, lots of TLC, experienced &
preschool learning. 634-8354
EXPERIENCED licensed home
daycare has 2 full time openings, 2-5
years, West end. Charlene, 893-2561
FAMILY neighborhood daycare home
has openings for 1-5 years. 7:15 -
5:30, Mon. - Fri. Family friendly rates.
Licensed. East end. 893-7986
Home daycare openings, 6 months &
up. $75 weekly. 761-3822
Kids are going back to school!
Openings for 2 & above, $100/week.
Babies, $130/week. Great State
employee location. 573-634-3933
KIDZ ZONE Child Enrichment
• Bestowing Christ Love
• Enhancing development
• Compassionate mentors
• Contributing quality child care
Ages 2-12 years. 896-5050
Opening for four children in my
home. Hot meals provided. Refer-
ences and background check
available. Call Monica, 573-353-4130.
The Happy Place Daycare, located
East, will have openings for age
group 3-4 in Sept. 635-5634
114 Concrete/Asphalt
Best Rates - Concrete Work
Driveways, Patios, Sidewalks, Floors,
Retaining Walls, Etc. Septic tanks
systems installed. Free Estimates.
Credit cards Accepted! 659-1100
Concrete Engineering, LLC
Driveways, Patios, Walks & Re-
taining Walls. Excavating, Grading
& Drain Lines. Free Estimates. Call
Greg Leary @ 573-680-9504.
130 Hauling/Cleanup
1A Clean up, in/out of home, hauling,
lawn care, powerwashing. 893-8366
ALL REMOVAL & HAULING
1 item, room, shed or whole house
full. Or cleanup. Free estimates.
Licensed & Insured. 573-418-5895
PROPERTY CLEAN-UP SERVICES
Large or small! Call Frank, 797-6997.
133 Home Improvement
#1A HANDYMAN
Remodeling & Home Improvement
FIX ~ REPAIR ~ REDO...We Do It All!
Whether you need it or want it.
Quality work - reasonable pricing!
573-592-9195 or 573-694-2117
A1 JMH REMODELING
573-645-3896 or 573-644-2998
ALL HANDYMAN SERVICES.
Painting, remodeling, siding, decks,
powerwashing, roofing. No job too
big or small. 573-690-6763
ALL TYPES of home improvements:
baths, family rooms, deck, concrete
work, etc. 35 years experience. Call
573-619-6284. Major cards accepted.
Bathtub & Tile Repair
Porcelain & fiberglass. Over 25 years
experience, free estimates. 498-3402
BROWN'S CONSTRUCTION
Remodeling experts! Additions, si-
ding, windows, kitchen, bath, pain-
ting, roofing. Deck & sunroom spe-
cials! Licensed, insured. 636-9645
HANDYMAN SERVICES, repairs,
painting, powerwash, roofs. 378-1016
HAYDEN PAINTING
Interior & exterior. FREE estimates.
634-4052
JASON'S
PRO PAINTING
Interior & exterior, drywall repair &
texture. Powerwashing & deck refin-
ishing. Free estimates. 680-6277
NILGES POWERWASHING
Siding, Concrete, Decks & Fencing
Also Painting
896-5134 or 573-291-0579
TUCKPOINTING, caulking, water-
proofing. Specializing in masonry re-
pair & restoration. From chimneys to
churches and everything in between.
Tim Capps, 573-619-4299. Thank you
& God bless.
WILSONS WOOD FLOORS
Tod Wilson, Owner.
Installation and refinishing for new &
existing wood floors and stairs. Free
estimates. References. 573-353-3799
135 House/Office Cleaning
***AN EYE FOR DETAIL***
Local, Affordable, Dependable
Home or Office, **Insured**
Excellent References 573-864-5822
DIRT ALERT ONE CLEANING
Bi-Weekly & Monthly Openings
Residential & Commercial
Jefferson City & Local Area. 619-1442
138 Lawn Care/Landscaping
AJ LAWN CARE - 619-5644
Mowing available. Tree/Hedge
Trimming. Aerate, De-Thatch & Over-
seed. Free estimates.
ALL SEASONS LANDSCAPING
• Landscape design, installation &
maintenance. • Fertilization • Mulch
• Yard Renovation & Clean up.
• Pavers & stone patios & versalock
walls. Call Kris 893-4257
ALL SEASONS LANDSCAPING
Irrigation, Installation & Maintenance
Call Kris 893-4257
CAIN'S LAWN CARE:
Lawn mowing, mulch hauling, shrub
removal and trimming, lawn debris
hauling. Call Fred, 694-9504.
MO RIVER BOTTOM TOP SOIL
Garden quality. References.
573-694-0750 or 573-690-7929
MOST RELIABLE LAWN CARE
Mowing, mulching, aeration,
powerwashing, shrub removal & trim.
Licensed & insured. 573-645-6307
www.mostreliablelawncare.com
Rob's Lawn & Landscaping, 694-4777
Tree/Shrub Trimming/Removal
Stump Grinding, BOBCAT Trackhoe
& GUTTER CLEANING & MORE
SCULLEY LAWN SERVICE
Mowing, mulching, limb, brush & ivy
removal, flower bed maintenance.
Free estimates. Call or text Mike at
690-5007.
142 Misc. Services
Gun Repair & Cleaning Services
Capital City Gunsmiths
Professional gun repair & cleaning.
573-821-1798
www.CapitalCityGunsmiths.com
TODD'S Pool & Spa Service
Scheduling pool closings. Low rates
guaranteed. 573-690-1085
148 Painting/Wallpapering
PAINTING/STAINING
Interior & Exterior Custom Painting &
Staining. Pressure washing & much
more. Gold Seal Painting. 529-1983
154 Roofing/Gutter
!BILL'S ROOFING
Serving Jefferson City for over 30
years. It's how we do, what we do.
Call 636-8433
160 Tree Services
A ABLE TREE SERVICE 636-4410
Licensed & insured. Senior discount.
Neat cleanup. Call anytime. 636-4410
Alford Tree Service
25 years experience. *Trimming *Re-
movals *Stump Removals. Licensed,
insured. Free estimates. 893-5967
!TREE WORKS PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES 636-6973!
Professional tree service. Insured.
Senior discount. References. Serving
Jefferson City since 1985. Accredited
with Better Business Bureau.
D2 Friday, August 16, 2013
CLASSIFIED
SMOKERS WELCOME
Open Mon. - Sat. 11 AM - 1:30 AM (573) 634-TWIN (8946)
2 Miles South of Jefferson City at HWY 54/CC Junction
Friday 8/16 – Hot Box – 8:30 PM-12:30 AM
Saturday 8/17 – Shea & Silver Streak – 8:30 PM-12:30 AM
Tuesday 8/20 – Skyler Hunt – 9 PM-12 AM
F.O.R.R. Meeting – 6:30 PM
Happy Hour 4-7 Daily / Kitchen Open Late / Never Close Early!
COLUMBIA NORTHWEST specialty
hard shell camper. Cute &
expandable with tilt out sides, 18 ft.
easy tow, new tires & bearings, 2001
model, sleeps 4-6, shower& toilet,
kitchen, gas or electric refrigerator,
air, gas furnace & hot water heater,
$5300. 573-230-7979
New 2012 V Cross 34 ft. travel trailer
with super slide fiberglass exterior.
Front lounge model loaded. Full For-
est River warranty. Price drastically
reduced for quick sale. US RV
Center, 1513 Industrial Drive.
635-6171 or 1-800-324-4846 ask for
Jim.
PALOMINO YEARLING TENT CAMP-
ER, 2009, excellent condition, $6,000.
Call for details, 573-645-1991.
TOYOTA GRANDEILLE MOTOR
HOME, $3,000. 870-405-4590 (Dixon)
280 Boats/Motors/Accessories
Motor Guide trolling motor, electric,
new in box, 4' bow, 36" shaft.
573-782-4923
SAIL BOAT, Sunfish, good condition,
includes trailer (new wheels, tires,
bearings), $1400 or best offer.
301-802-4169 or 573-796-2570.
MERCHANDISE
320 Appliances
Appliances for sale. ALSO, DO RE-
PAIRS. Will haul off appliances.
573-796-2711 or 353-9376.
G.E. DISHWASHER, white, good
condition, $75. 635-2478
KENMORE 70 series matching wash-
er & dryer, $375. 635-2478
Kenmore freezer, 12 cubic ft., works
good, very clean, $95. 573-690-0801
KENMORE side by side refrigerator,
water & ice in door, very clean, white,
$135. 30" Kenmore electric range,
good condition, almond color, $60.
Whirlpool microwave, under cabinet,
1000 watt, good condition, black,
$60. 1-314-660-3234 (cell)
Will pick up for free - all appliances
including TVs. Hours 10-4. 496-0154
440 Farm Equipment/Trailers
FIRST CHOICE FINISHING MOWER,
3 point, less than 10 hours, $1000.
573-220-4367
For Sale:
16 ft. Doolittle Flatbed Trailer with
rails and fold up ramp, $1,000;
801 Ford Tractor, good tires and
paint;
850 Ford Tractor, new paint;
1952 8N Ford, new paint;
5 ft. John Deere Brush Hog;
5 ft. Bush Hog;
6 ft. Brush Hog;
2 6 ft. Blades.
Centertown, 584-3583, 644-4016 cell.
JOHN DEERE 7000 PLANTER, 4 row,
insect boxes, dry fertilizer, monitor,
corn & milo cups, $2500. 291-2651
New trailer, 6x12, 3500 lb. axle, fold-
up ramps, $1,135. 496-9990 821-0641
460 Foods
Slicing tomatoes, $1/lb. Good
canning tomatoes, $.50/lb. 635-9841
TOMATOES FOR SALE
$1.75/pound. 680-5976
470 Free for Free
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BARN KITTENS & BARN CATS
573-395-4981 or 644-4088
FEMALE BEAGLE, 5 years old, great
with kids, pet friendly. 573-310-5173
FREE 2 orange kittens plus mother to
a good home. 573-644-6822
FREE APPLES, you pick.
573-301-5976
KITTENS to a good home. Raised
outside. 573-291-5952
YELLOW LAB, 2 years old, neutered,
registered. 573-680-2444 call or text
480 Furniture
(2) END TABLES, $20.
338-0862
3 PIECE WICKER SET, $40
636-8657
B & B Furniture, 626 Jefferson St.,
690-9991. New Sealey Sterns &
Foster mattresses with free box, plus
quality furniture for the entire home.
Brown velvet wingback chair, $40.
635-2924
Green sectional sofa, $175. White
bedroom set - queen headboard,
mattress, box springs & rails,
dresser, mirror, night stand, $150.
Dining room set - small china
cabinet, drop-leaf table, buffet, 6
chairs, $300. White wicker loveseat,
chair, table, $50. 573-636-6414
Love Seat & Sleeper Love Seat, $100.
338-0862
LOVESEAT - HIDE-A-BED, good
condition, $125. 573-632-7082
Printer table with drawers/storage,
excellent condition, $20. 353-1554
Sofa and chase lounge, beige/tan/
black, $150. 573-301-9451
Solid light wood desk with bookshelf
above, excellent, $175. 353-1554
Used full sized mattress and box
spring, just $30 a set. 573-619-3100
WALNUT TABLE, 2 extra leaves, 4
chairs, nice, $110. 635-2924
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490 Hay/Grain/Feed
4X5 FESCUE MIX HAY, $24. Can load
on trailer. 573-619-7446
STRAW, 4x5 bales, net wrapped, in
the barn, $30 each. 573-395-4981 or
573-644-4088.
492 Health & Fitness
EVERLAST punching bag, $65
636-8657
495 Healthcare Items
2 HEAVY DUTY WALKERS, $50 each.
Power wheelchair, less than 1 year
old, $4500. 573-821-1567
510 Jewelry/Watches
WE BUY GOLD
Our customers tell us we pay
the highest price in town.
The Blue Diamond 634-4241
www.thebluediamond.com
520 Lawn & Garden Supplies
Hustler Sport Zero Turn Mower, 42
inch cut. Priced to Sale, $2,000.
Phone 573-690-1376.
530 Livestock/Horses
10 young laying hens, 1 duck, $70 for
all - MUST TAKE ALL. 573-496-3259
2 miniature horses, 1 bayroan and 1
bay, 3 years old, both for $500.
573-353-6998
FEEDER PIGS, 5.5 weeks old, $45
each. Slaughter pigs & pair of hogs.
573-229-4010
540 Machinery
Need to sell extra equipment 955K
Caterpillar. 85J Series Hi lift $15,000
or best offer. 573-220-8228
550 Merchandise Wanted To Buy
Always buying antiques, estates, old
furniture, whole households. South-
side Furniture, 573-556-6400.
Cash paid for your gold or silver
jewelry. Any condition. Capital Pawn,
703 Eastland, 573-659-PAWN.
560 Miscellaneous For Sale
1 Burial Plot. Riverview Cemetery.
Asking $650. 573-418-9330
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(2) Color TVs with stand, $40 for
both. 338-0862
7/8' tall rubber tree in large ceramic
pot, $200. 573-378-5363
Armoire/Entertainment Center ($100);
(2) Dog Houses ($65 each); Cat Tree
($40); Queen Bedroom Set ($150);
(2) Shutoff Boxes ( $100 each); Ice
Machine - Make Offer. 573-680-1450
Charbroil smoker & grill, $75.
896-4404
Kenmore 400 washer & dryer, 2.5
years old. 4 poster all wood oak king
size bed. $400. 573-418-9330
OFFICE CUBICLES, $200.
573-291-5255
Porcelain Art Business
Attn: Porcelain Art Decorators
At 88 years and failing, I must close
my Grannie b studio, including the
kiln, table, German & Japanese paint
plus carriers, brushes, oils, enamels,
gold and some supplies for glass. A
great stock of German & Japanese
white glaze china blanks.
My Grannie B studio was open for at
least 1 class a week during all of the
1970s and 1980s, plus several now &
then afterward. Bettie M. Benke,
573-638-8212.
570 Musical Instruments
Band & Orchestra Instruments
Rent-To-Own - Low Monthly Rates
Capital Music Co. 635-2732.
MSA CLASSIC double neck steel
guitar, 70's model, with hard case,
$900. PEAVY NASHVILLE 1000
AMPLIFIER, $250. 636-5406
WILL WEST MUSIC has Band &
Orchestra instruments and supplies!
Excellent selection of new and used!
807 Missouri Blvd, 635-7777
Youth Peavey drum set, great shape,
$150. 573-353-6998
575 Pets & Supplies
20+ Puppies - Non Shed! Miniature
Aussies, Miniature Schnauzers,
Havanese, Chihuahua, Shih-poo,
Malti Poo, Jack Russells, Yorkies!
11-5 daily Across from Wal-Mart
OSAGE BEACH 573-348-5400
ADORABLE GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPPIES, ACA, Vet checked,
wormed, shots, HOME and family
raised. 3 males. Reserve yours now.
$600. No Sunday calls. 573-528-6807
AMERICAN BULLDOGS PUPS, pure
breed, 9 weeks, shots, wormed,
white with brindle marks, $250 each.
Call 573-461-2519.
BABIES! Shih-Tzu, Shih-Poo, Yorkie
Poo, small, Sale! 573-259-8534
BABY RABBITS, $5 each.
573-395-4981 or 644-4088.
BOSTON TERRIER PUPPIES, $250
each, 2 females & 1 male, 7 weeks
old. 280-3646
CATTLE DOGS: Border collie
father/Hangin Tree mother. Parents
work cattle good. Pups easily trained.
Loyal, make good pets. $250.
660-888-2283.
CHIHUAHUA, 5 months, playful,
loveable, extras, $150. 573-491-3691
English Bull Dogs, Bichons, Mini
Schnauzers, Silkys, Yorkies, Design-
er pups. Vaccinated, guaranteed.
573-493-2548 www.K9kabin.com
YORKSHIRE TERRIER PUPPIES, 4
females, silver/black, registered.
Have had tails docked, dew claws re-
moved, have been wormed and had
first shots. Are being paper trained
and are eating soft food. Ready now,
vet checked, parents on site, pure-
bred, home raised, 6 weeks, $650.
573-964-5678 patsnjim@aol.com
580 Sporting Goods
HOYT SUPER SLAM HUNTING BOW,
top of the line, 90 lb., Winn release,
new string, sights, hard case.
Excellent condition, $175.
573-473-1655
Ruger 10/22, .22 LR, $200. Walther
Colt M4 Carbine, .22 LR, $400. Rem-
ington 1100 Sam Walton edition, 12
gauge, $800. Cash paid for used
guns. We loan on guns. Capital
Pawn, 703 Eastland. 573-659-PAWN.
RUMMAGE SALES
600 Rummage Sales East
2 PACK RATS CLEANED HOUSE!
Thurs. & Fri. 8-6, Sat. 8-2. Nice
casual clothes (girls up to 4T, adults
M-plus), antique bed with dresser, 4
dining chairs, vintage linens,
pictures, fireplace, electric heater, 2
toaster ovens, bed linens, 14 tables &
counting - all must go!
1514 ROSEWOOD, off Ellis
A FLEA MARKET EVENT
Fri. 8-4, Sat. 8-4
Many items!
1136 E. DUNKLIN
A MAN'S GARAGE SALE
FRI. 7 - 5:30 & SAT. 7 - NOON.
Craftsman Tiller 900 series 24" (used
one season), Craftsman rear tine
tiller, 4'x2' lawn roller with 2.5" spikes,
DR pull behind grass catcher for Z-
turn, lot of 4" black coil pipe, electric
poly fence wire, electric fence in-
sulators, Blitzer electric fencer DC,
hand tools, one lot of new & used 6'
T-post, Martin House, on lot of
1/4"-3/16" & 5/16" cable, Acetylene
gas torch with 40' hose & gages, 50'
hose for acetylene welder, PTO HPY
RO Roller pump, spray painter,
fishing rods, electric hack saw, 2"
discharge hose for water pump, size
10 hip waders, hydraulic cylinders
welded (2 1/2" x 16", 2" x 12" & 2 1/2"
x 12"), Four spool hydraulic control,
electric winch 2,000 lb., misc.
6621 ROUTE Y- TAOS
Hwy. 50/63 East to Taos exit. Turn
right on Rt. M for 3 miles, left on Rt. Y
for 1/2 mile. WATCH FOR SIGNS.
ESTATE HOME SALE
Fri. & Sat. 8 - 5. Antiques, furniture,
kitchen, wall decor, holiday. Quilts,
lace items, tools and outdoor.
103 STONNER CIRCLE- Chamois MO
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GARAGE SALE - JUST MOVED!
Fri. & Sat., 7-11.
Lots of DVDs, misc. items.
1304 ROSEVIEW DR., off Leslie
GARAGE SALE APALOOZA
Thursday, 2 p.m. - 6 p.m., Friday 7
a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m. - noon.
Multi-family sale. Incredible items.
Crafts, baked goods, collectibles,
sports equipment, home decor,
clothing.
2224 TANNER BRIDGE RD.
GARAGE SALE
FRI. 7-5 & SAT. 8-12. Computer table,
old iron bed, mens & womens
clothing, baby clothing infant - 3T,
housewares, books, knick knacks,
and lots of misc. quilt & needle work
patterns.
314 HILLVIEW DR.
HUGE MULTI-FAMILY SALE
Sat. 7-1. Lots of name brand clothing,
school uniforms including Helias,
dance clothes, formals, entertain-
ment center, girls bike, TVs, sporting
goods, Little Tikes & other toys,
housewares, Christmas decor, & lots
more!
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL
Tanner Bridge Rd.
HUGE NEIGHBORHOOD
GARAGE SALE
Sat. 7 to 12. Furniture, tools, house-
hold, books, collectibles, clothing
(baby, kids, jr. & adult), Lionel, K&N
air charger, retired Longaberger &
more
323 - 331 LANDWEHR HILLS RD.
Large Family Yard Sale
Friday 7 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m.-
Noon. Adult & children (boy and girl)
clothes (summer & winter, brand
name), shoes too! Interior decor,
Christmas decor, wicker patio
furniture, toys (ages infant to 11),
CDs, DVDs, phone accessories/char-
gers, books (all ages), collectibles,
high chair, hunting accessories,
tools, toboggan, gazebo.
1316 MOREAU DR.
MOVING SALE
Fri. 8:30-4, Sat. 8-2. Recliner,
basketball goal, clothes - childrens &
adults, housewares, movies & more!
1120 MAJOR DR.
MOVING SALE
Sat. 8:00-2:00. Furniture and mis-
cellaneous items.
1211 WINSTON DR.
Close to Oak Hills Golf Course
Rummage Sale
August 16, 2013
7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
718 E. Capitol Ave.
All proceeds will support buying
assistive equipment for our
Community Outreach Program
Homemaker Health Care, Inc.
SATURDAY ONLY 7:30 -NOON
Formal living room chairs, TV, girls
clothes 3-12 (Gap), boys 2-7, ladies
medium.
310 HILLVIEW DR., off E. McCarty
610 Rummage Sales West
2 FAMILY GARAGE SALE
Fri. 8-5. Mens & womens clothes L-
XL, teen girl clothes M-L, little girl
clothes 10-12, shoes, purses,
furniture, jewelry, car seats, books,
toys, & more!
5424 HATLER, RUSSELLVILLE, West
on Rt. C to Russellville, left on Hatler
2 FAMILY SALE ON HORSESHOE DR
FRI. 4-7 & SAT. 8-1. Stroller/car seat,
baby girl clothes 0 - 12 months, crib
comforter/curtain set, changing table,
headboard, vanity with sink, tools,
gardening supplies, housewares,
jewelry, variety of CDs, antique pump
organ, GTR National Organ, purses,
books, & much more going cheap!
Hwy. 54 S, right on Heritage Hwy.,
left on Horseshoe to 5610 & 5611.
3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE
Sat. 7-Noon. Kids clothing - all sizes,
household, exercise machine, misc.
701 GLENDALE
Boonville to Belmont to Glendale
3 FAMILY REDUCTION SALE
Saturday Only 7 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Summer & winter-boys & girls
clothes 0-5, shoes, coats, men's
clothing, pop-up camper, fishing
poles, trimmer, live traps, wedding
and household decorations/misc.,
wedding dress, prom formals, dolls,
LOTS of household misc. Finding
more every day! NO EARLY
BIRDS/SALES!!!
8716 WASHINGTON ST., LOHMAN
Rt. C to Rt. D, turn right to Lohman or
Hwy. 50, turn left onto Rt. D to Loh-
man, look for signs
4 FAMILY GARAGE SALE: Fri. & Sat.
7-? Like new unique items, seasonal
decor, king size bedding set with
pillows, toddler desk with chair.
5305 BOND DR., RUSSELLVILLE
A + BARGAINS - Sat. 7-2.
Microwave, dishes, TV stand, 19" TV,
Home Interiors, prints & decorator
items, sewing table, sewing machine,
computer, tools, gun cabinet, kids
clothes, sports equipment, toys, &
much more.
5503 S. BROOKS, Westview Hgts.
A 40 FAMILY GARAGE SALE
Sat. only, 8 a.m. - 12 noon.
Grace Evangelical Free Church
3011 S. Ten Mile Dr.
A GYM SALE: FRI. 7-6 & SAT. 7-12
Something for everyone. Proceeds
go towards the missions. Everything
is priced to sell!
SOLID ROCK FAMILY CHURCH
508 HUNTERS RUN RD.
A Little Girls Dream Sale
Saturday 7-1. Toddler Dora bike,
Princess TV, tons of toys, little girls
clothes size 3T-5T, little girl shoes
size 8-10, girls bedding set and
decor, women's clothes size S-M,
6-8, and shoes size 7. Men's clothes
size S-M, size 32. Housewares,
jewelry, and so much more.
1812 FOREST PARK COURT
2 Miles North of Gerbes West off
Hwy. 179
A SUPER SALE
Fri. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. & Sat. 7 a.m. to 2
p.m. Cheap clean couch, chair &
loveseat, computer desk, flat screen
computer monitor, wall-mount gas
heater, toddler folding table & 4
chairs, foosball table, beer pong
table, working Golden T arcade
game, clothes and lots of miscellane-
ous. 573-645-0706
315 RIDGEWAY
off West Main
BACK TO SCHOOL GIRLS CLOTHES
Fri. 7:30-6, Sat. 8-11. Half price after
10. Girls 14-16, lots of jr. girls tops
and jeans, purses, shoes, misc.
items, softball catchers equipment.
5321 SMITH ST.
off Rt. C Russellville near Lutheran
Church, CITYWIDE SALES
BIG SALE - THURS. 1-5 P.M., FRI. &
SAT. 7-5. Silver refrigerator with
water dispenser, washer & dryer,
beds, dishwasher, bathroom sink,
clothes, shoes, purses, knick-knacks,
misc. items. 821-0551
1601 SWIFTS HWY.
BOUTIQUE CLOTHING SALE
Fundraiser for Dreams to Reality
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
All clothing slightly used or new
STUDIO 1 SALON, 801 WEST HIGH
**RAIN CANCELS THE SALE**
GARAGE SALE : FRI. & SAT. 7 - 3
Helias uniforms, furniture, GPS,
household, womens name brand
M-2X/16-20 & mens 2X-3X & more!
1114 CHARM VILLA APT. B
GARAGE SALE - SAT., 7-noon
3-in-1 game table, chair top high-
chair, strollers, Pack-N-Play, Radio
Flyer folding tricycle, boys clothes
size 2T-3T, wood table - perfect for
poker, womens shoes, purses, &
misc. items.
2537 CONCORD AVE., off Southridge
GARAGE SALE
FRI. & SAT. 9 - 5. Designer clothing:
Coldwater Creek, Ruby Rd., Mygard,
etc.; Coach, Brahmin, Dooney &
Burke, MK purses; shoes size 4.5 - 6:
Clarks, Stuart Wheitzman, some
housewares. Come early for best
selection.
3580 GETTYSBURG PLACE
West on West Edgewood, north on
Harpers Ferry, west on Gettysburg
GARAGE SALE
Fri. 7-5 & Sat. 7-12 - Two couches,
dresser, home decor, girls clothing
(size: 12-16, plus size) and lots of
misc. items.
324 SCHUMATE CHAPEL RD.
GARAGE SALE: One Day ONLY!
SATURDAY 7 - 2. Books, dresser,
toys, glassware, car seat, high chair,
lawn tools, pet supplies, stroller,
chairs, linens, tools, clothes: boys 9
months - 4, Men's M-XL, Women's
XS-M, kitchen table, washer/dryer,
crib mattress and bedding. Anything
you need for BABY!
5116 BIG HORN DR.
Take Big Horn exit; turn right at stop
sign, turn right at next stop sign, we
will be on the left side of the street.
GARAGE SALE
Sat. 8-5 & Sun. 9-3. Slightly used
clothing - $1 each, furniture, lots of
misc.
2908 STRONG SUBDIVISION RD.
GARAGE SALE
SATURDAY ONLY 7-2. Children and
adult books, fishing poles, golf clubs,
bookshelves, wood desks, office
chairs, bar stools, chest of drawers,
lots of Barbie dolls and accessories,
toys, girls clothing 16 1/2 - 20 1/2,
juniors 5-7, womens plus, mens
m-2xl,
5806 HERITAGE HWY.
From Jefferson City, Hwy. 54 West,
cross Twin Bridges, turn right on
Heritage Hwy.
GARAGE SALE: Thurs. & Fri. 8-5. Girl
clothes size 4-10 - some Justice,
boys size 14-20, mens size M-4X,
womens M-4X, lots of home decor,
knick-knacks, toys, books.
4616 RT. U, RUSSELLVILLE
GARAGE SALE
THURS. 4-7 p.m. & FRI. 2-6. Baby
swings, Medela breast pump, boys
clothes 0-24 months, toys, maternity
clothes L-XL, truck tool box, compost
bin, kids bikes, convection oven.
7512 HERITAGE HWY.
GARAGE SALE
Wed. 4-6, Thurs. & Fri. 7-5, Sat 7-12.
Books, toys and toy box, misc. items,
kids bikes, collectibles, clothes,
shoes, linens, jewelry, large collec-
tion of Pyrex dishes and 35' toy haul-
er camper.
9504 PLEASANT HILL RD.
Brazito Area
HUGE 4 FAMILY SALE
Thurs., Fri. & Sat., 7 a.m.-?
Tons of nice, clean, name brand kids
clothes. All sizes, womens dress
pants & shirts size 8-13/14, toys,
household items, dresser, PlaySta-
tion accessories & games, etc.
2414 BLUEBIRD DR., off Idlewood
HUGE GARAGE SALE
Sat. 7-4 - Antiques, primitives, sewing
machine, 3 room tent, quilts and
much more.
4805 ANGELIA
(Rainbow to Henwick, to Gary to
Angelia)
HUGE GARAGE SALE
Sat. only, 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Baby & childrens clothes & shoes,
adult clothes, household items,
furniture, antiques, kitchen items,
appliances, home decor, linens,
knick-knacks, jewelry, toys, sports
equipment, tools, electronics, CDs,
DVDs, books, bikes, & much more!
OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
1529 Southwest Blvd.
PANCAKE & SAUSAGE BREAKFAST
served 8 a.m. - 12 noon
HUGE INDOOR SALE
Fri. & Sat. 9-5:30. Wedding items,
household, decor, books, costumes,
toys, shoes & clothes (boys 0-2T,
girls 5-8, maternity, jrs. & ladies),
formals & homecoming (4-16) & new
mother-of-bride dresses (8-12).
744E STADIUM WEST PLAZA
in the Tupperware Office between
Target & Wal-Mart 573-230-8643
HUGE MULTI-FAMILY SALE
Fri. 7-5 & Sat. 7-1. Baby swing,
strollers, high chairs, toys, name
brand clothing (infant toddler, boys,
girls, juniors, misses, young mens &
mens), 1980s Camaro parts, boat
seat, furniture, stove, ab lounger,
Christmas, home decor, books, misc.
4017 BECK RD., Hwy. 54 South to
Heritage Hwy. to Propst Rd. to Beck
Rd., follow signs.
Large Garage Sale
Sat. & Sun. 7 a.m. to ??. Kitchen
Items, Cookbooks, Antique Furniture,
Romance Books, Clothing, Glass-
ware, High Chair, Baby Bath, Toys,
Crib, Chairs, Home Decor, Candle
Holders, Pictures and Beer Lights,
Legal Size File Cabinet, Shop Draw-
ers.
405 CREST DRIVE
Boonville Rd. to Lowell to Crest
LARGE MOVING SALE
SAT., AUG. 17, 9 - 3. Patio furniture,
foosball table, living room furniture,
oil painting, bar chairs, designer
rugs, kitchen cabinet, adult clothing,
home decor/indoor & outdoor
Christmas decor.
418 PHEASANT RUN RD.- St. Martins
Parkview Meadows Subdv.
MOVING SALE - Fri., Aug. 16, 8-8 &
Sat., 8-1. Emptied 2 storage units,
rained out twice. Sunroom wicker
furniture, John Deere bagger, old
wood stove, teenage clothes.
1536 CEDAR RIDGE PLACE
off Southwest Blvd.
MOVING SALE
SAT. 7 - 2. Clothing - name brand jrs.
size XS/S/M, baby boy 0-12 months,
nice maternity size XS/S/M, women
XL, mens 3X and 50” pants, baby
swing, jumperoo, car seat/stroller
with extra base, toys, Home Interiors
pictures, desk, tools, greeting cards,
fan, big Christmas tree.
5604 RAVENWOOD DRIVE
(across from Binder Park)
MOVING SALE
Friday/Saturday 7-5 p.m. Furniture,
appliances, kitchen items, clothing
(plus size and small adult), books,
movies, glass items, and more.
Everything must go!
5320 SMITH ST., RUSSELLVILLE
Rt. C to Russellville, Smith Street
before gas station, East after gas sta-
tion to West
MOVING SALE
SAT. 5 - 8 p.m. & SUN. 9 - NOON.
Furniture, Hot Rod collectibles &
magazines, vintage outboard motor,
household, some kids, wood picnic
table, umbrella with stand, vintage
cameras, remodeling tools/supplies.
624 BELMONT DR.- off Boonville
MULTI-FAMILY SALE
Thurs. & Fri. 6 p.m.- 8 p.m. All you
can get in a bag for $2! Microwave, 4
post bed frame, dishes, lots of
childrens good school clothes.
1614 N. BROOKS CT.
(corner of North & South Brooks)
MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE
Fri. & Sat., 7-2. Maternity clothes,
womens and young girls clothes and
shoes, little girls clothes and shoes
0-2T, wedding dress, craft items,
baby items, purses, toys, home
decor, PS3 games, furniture, exercise
equipment,movies, misc. items.
4032 SCARBOROUGH WAY
MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE
Fri. & Sat. 7-1. Furniture, antique
dining chairs, clothing, kids toys, lots
of misc.
289 MADELINE'S PARK CIRCLE
Multi-Family Garage Sale
Thurs. 1:30-?, Fri. 7:00-?, Sat. 7:00-?.
Lots of kids clothes, kids toys,
toddler bed, like new Pack-n-Play,
strollers, dishes, glider rocker, tons
of shoes, kids books, boys dresser.
This is the "we are done having
babies sale". Other items: Baby bed,
bed, chairs, dishes, stroller, pet
supplies, high chair, Little Tikes toys,
dresser, books.
913 AMETHYST LN.
Edgewood or Wildwood to Diamond
Ridge, up the hill from Dunn Bros. or
behind Lowes
Multi-Family Garage Sale
Thurs. 5 p.m. - 8 p.m., Fri. 7 a.m. - 7
p.m. and Sat. 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. Desk, air
conditioner, baby bed mattress, boys
clothes newborn - 2 toddler, womens
and mens clothes, school uniforms,
books, lawn mower, gas grill, tent
electronics, and much more.
3307 GLENSTONE DR.
Rt. C south to Rockridge Rd., turn
right go 1.8 miles to right on Glen-
stone Dr.
Nice People Sell Nice Stuff
Sat. only, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Kirby vacu-
um and shampooer, twin bed with
trundle, lawn chairs, ladies' clothes,
all sizes, jeans, toddler boy clothes,
toys, long twin sheets & spread,
household items.
1617 INDEPENDENCE DR.
RETIREMENT RUMMAGE SALE
PHASE 1: FRI., AUG. 16 & SAT.,
AUG. 17, 7:30 A.M. - 1 P.M.
Mens & womens clothes, household
items, baby & childrens items,
wrought iron patio set, a little of
everything.
313 WILLOW CREEK DR.
off Sharon Dr., follow the pink signs
RUMMAGE SALE - AUG. 16 & 17, 7-?
Womens clothes L - 2XL, mens
clothing L - 2XL, many new with tags,
Jack Dempsey quilt blocks (reduced
prices), VHS player, DVD player, TV,
lots of misc.
PALACE 1 - 13115 RAILROAD AVE.,
RUSSELLVILLE
RUMMAGE SALE
FRI. 7 - 2. Boys 2T - 5, 8 & up, mens
M-L, jeans & shorts 30/32, womens
XL-XXL, misc. household and toys.
All non-smoking.
5309 HATLER STREET- Russellville
VERY LARGE YARD SALE
FRI. & SAT. 7 - 7. Furniture, antiques,
electronics, name brand clothing,
jackets, jeans, coats, etc. Too much
to mention!
101 VENTURA AVE. APT. #3
YARD SALE
Sat. 7-1. Brand name childrens &
adult clothing, furniture, books,
movies, silk flowers, toys, etc.
635 NORRIS
620 Rummage Sales North
4 FAMILY JUST-MOVED,
ONCE IN A DECADE SALE!
Fri. 7-11 a.m. & Sat. 7-Noon. Non-
smoking house! Bright pink 4x6 shag
rug with matching sheer curtains,
brand new play kitchen, princess
scooter, white book shelf, charcoal
Weber grill, baby gate, John Grisham
& science fiction books, mens size 10
brand new Rocky boots - used 1
time, new ironing board, baby bath,
car mats, nice rugs, matching white
oven & range with microwave &
hood, lots of kitchenware & house-
wares, green suede couch. This is
the place to be - we will not be taking
anything home!
107 VENUS, HOLTS SUMMIT
Turn at the McDonalds in Holts
Summit and drive straight & you will
run right into the house
FIRST TIME RUMMAGE SALE
Saturday 7:00 a.m. Furniture, books,
guitar gear, men and womens
clothes, toys, games, video games,
movies, record albums, speakers,
and lots of household.
157 HICKORY LN., HOLTS SUMMIT
Hwy 54 North to OO/AA exit, take a
right and look for signs.
GARAGE SALE
Friday and Saturday 7:00 to 12:00.
Baby items (boy and girl), infant seat
with 2 bases, women's size 7, home
décor, desk, lots of miscellaneous.
12122 COUNTY ROAD 4049
HOLTS SUMMIT
Halifax to County Road 4040
(Whispering Oaks), left on 4049.
GARAGE SALE TO BENEFIT
ALZHEIMER'S ASSOC.
Fri. & Sat., Aug. 16 & 17, 7 a.m.-1
p.m. Very nice girls clothes 0-5T,
name brand misses clothes, boys
khakis, mens suits, books, toys,
knick-knacks, glassware, kitchen
items, TV with built-in DVR, V rocker
chair. All proceeds donated to the
Alzheimer's Assoc. New items added
on Saturday.
400 ST. ANDREW DR., Holts Summit
HUGE GARAGE SALE
FRI. 7:30 - 5 & SAT. 7:30 - 3. Mens L-
XL shirts, womens clothing, small
boys clothing, lots of misc. items.
1131 SOUTH SUMMIT DR.
Holts Summit
630 Rummage Sales California
HUGE GARAGE SALE
Fri. 7:30-4 & Sat. 7-1. Lots of name
brand clothes. Boys 4-10, girls junior
sizes and up, lots of nice shoes vari-
ous sizes. Kitchen table, knick-
knacks, home decor, books.
Dishwasher and lots of misc items.
915 PAMELA DR.
Friday, August 16, 2013 D3
CLASSIFIED
Fahrni-Tambke Auction Service
Russellville, MO
Don Fahrni, Auctioneer 573-782-3215
ESTATE AUCTION
The following personal property will be offered at public
auction at Braykley’s Banquet Hall, 219 Murphy Ford
Road, Centertown, MO. From Jefferson City, take Hwy. 50
approximately 10 miles west to Murphy Ford Rd (north side
of highway).
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17
AT 10 A.M.
FURNITURE
Very Large ornate Cherry Secretary/Bookcase; 2 Antique
Dark Walnut, Highly Carved Chairs w/Griffin Arms & Claw
Feet; Dresser, Chest & 2 Night
Stands w/Gold Plated Pulls & Trim;
Black Lacquer Bedroom Suite,
Headboard, Mirror, Side Bookcases;
Small Ornate Podium; Upholstered
Captain’s Chair; Small Marble
Top Table w/Brass Legs; Several
Straight Chairs; Upholstered
Bench; Ornate Upholstered Bench
w/Attached Side Table; Desk;
Cherry Rocker; 2 Matching Marble-
Top Tables; Drop-Leaf Fruit Wood
Dining Table; Very Ornate Dark
Cherry Davenport Writing Desk,
Reproduction; Wash Bowl Stand w/
Mirror; Armoire; Small Drop-Leaf
Table; Cherry What-Not Table; Oak
What-Not Table; Large Mirror; End
Tables; 2 Small Cedar Chests; 31.5”
Sanyo Flat Screen TV; Metal Hall
Tree; Several Bookcases; Round
Oak Ornate Piano Stool w/Glass
Ball Feet; 2 Old Floor Lamps &
Other Lamps.
MISCELLANEOUS
Large Walking Cane Collection, Some Primitive & Many w/
Heads that Unscrew; Very Ornate “Alice in Wonderland” Chess
Set; Poly-Resin Statues - Chef & Butler; Very Large Sword
Collection; Several Mantle Clocks;
Ornate Coal Scuttle; Old Picnic
Baskets; Gargoyle Ceramic Pieces; 2
Armor Head Shields; Several Animal
Mounts including Small Brown Bear,
Javelina, Aoudad Sheep, Kudu; Lot of
Picture Frames; Small Arrowheads;
1 Oz. Silver Necklace; Gold-Plated
Watch; Many Furs - Including Mink,
Fox, Raccoon & Others (Coats, Caps
& Jackets); Wireless Radio; Very Large
3-D Picture; Several Framed Celebrity
Photos; Small English Saddle; 2
Bumper Pool Tables; Nevada Casino
Art; Small Old Slot Machine from Reno,
NV; Old Hat Box.
COIN COLLECTION
Coins will sell after other items
500 Buffalo Nickels; 23 Casino Tokens
from $2 to $200 each; 27 Silver Half
Dollars Through 1964 & Many Others;
20 Silver Half Dollars Through 1965; 17
Silver Dimes; Lot of Pennies; Lot of Half
Dollars & Quarters; Lot of American
Dollars; Half Dollars & British Silver;
Lot of Silver Dollars; 14 Silver Pieces;
Large $20 Certificates; Large $5
Certificates; Large $2 Certificates;
Large $1 Certificates; State Quarters;
Many Foreign Coins & Bills; Many
Miscellaneous Old Coins; Silver Halves
& Other Silver Pieces; Silver American
Eagles; 8 Uncirculated Nickels, $5, $10 & $20 Bills; 7 Large
Mixed Certificates; Confederate Currency; Wooden Nickels;
Coin Jewelry; Many Other Items Too Numerous to Mention.
To view pictures of this sale, visit www.
auctionarrows.com
Auctioneer’s Note: This is a lifetime collection of many very
unusual pieces ~ Don
Terms: Cash and checks with proper ID. Not responsible
for accidents or loss. Statements made day of sale take
precedence over printed material. Lunch served.
RICHARD MOFFAT AUCTION SERVICE
708 E. McCarty St., Jefferson City, MO 65101
Auctioneers:
Richard Moffat The Moffat Center Matt Michelson
573-761-4293 573-897-4004 573-680-6188
Jefferson City, MO Linn, MO Jefferson City, MO
www.moffatauction.com
PUBLIC
AUCTION
SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 2013
12:00 NOON
1021 BRANCH ROAD, HOLTS SUMMIT, MO
DIRECTIONS: From Jefferson City, Mo take Hwy 54 E to the Center
Street exit turn right. Center Street turns into Branch Road.
TRUCK AND CAMPER
1994 DODGE RAM 1500 Laramie SLT magnum v8 short bed automatic,
pw, ac, cruise, tilt, 203,305 miles; Palamino pop up camper.
HOUSEHOLD
Antique 3 drawer chest; Antique oak knock down wardrobe; Singer
sewing machine in cabinet; Antique dresser with marble top with
mirror; Antique doctor office scale; Antique dish set; Misc glassware
and dishes; Canning jars; 3 Piece wicker patio furniture; Antique 2
piece white chest of drawers and dressers; Fabric chair with ottoman
floral; Fabric 1950’s fan chair; Glass computer desk; Antique bookcase/
shelving unit; Amana refrigerator l/n; Kitchen aide ref; Whirlpool electric
stove; Kitchen island; Dishes pots and pans; Tall cabinet; Full size bed;
Oak rocker; Glider rocker; Antique oak chest; Chairs; Sharp flat screen
tv; Small chest freezer; Computers; Mircowave;; Oak four door pantry
cabinet; Folding table; Office chairs; Telescope; Bbq grills gas grill;
Patio furniture; Electric furnace; Fireplace mantle; Wooden chairs; Old
desk; Bread box; Old pot belly stove; Lots of misc not listed.
LAWN AND GARDEN
Massey Ferguson 2614 riding mower 144p kohler 42”cut; Precise lawn
sweeper; 4X6 Utility trailer; Bush hog gt 42 atv brush cutter 11.5 hp; Atv
sprayer; Garden tools, Weed-eater;
TOOLS
Craftsman radical arm saw; Craftsman 6 1/8” jointer; Craftsman 11”
band saw; Grizzley knife sharpener; Chop saw: Dovetail jig; Air tools
nailer and staplers; Detail sander; Stamp set; Drill Bits; Sunco 1000
air compressor; Belt disc sander; Chain saw; Shop vac; Ext. ladder
;Hyd jack; Durocraft lathe; Misclumber; Jet 12 planer; Metal shop saw;;
Welding table, Hobart welder; New truck tool box; Large amount of
hand tools and power tools; Set of Chevy 16” tires and wheels; Two
saddles; and Horse tack.
REAL ESTATE SELLS AT 2:30 PM
Three bedroom brick ranch style home; New trane gas furnace: Central
air; Rinnai gas water heater, Full basement with two car garage, Newer
Pella windows, Deck, Gas stove, Built-in microwave; District water,
Septic system, Two baths up and one down; Possible fourth bedroom
in basement.
Note: Nice solid home. Ideal for family.
Terms: Cash or good check with proper identification. All sales are
final. Everything sells as is, where is. Proper identification is necessary
to obtain a buyer’s number. Announcements day of sale supersede all
printed material. Food on grounds.
Terms for Real Estate: $5000 of the selling price must be paid down
the day of sale upon signing the real estate contract, to be escrowed
with Title Co., with the balance due at closing in 30 days. All bidders
must be pre-approved by their lender because the sale of the home is
not contingent upon financing. The owner is highly motivated to sell,
but reserves the right to accept or reject the final bid. Announcements
day of auction take precedence over all printed matter. Property taxes
for 2013 will be prorated. Property sells as-is
OWNERS: GEORGE (DECEASED) &
JACQUELINE KAUP
GRATZ REAL ESTATE & AUCTIONEERING
BILL GRATZ – 690-0477 CRAIG GRATZ – 635-5138
AUCTIONEERS
2821 S. Ten Mile Drive, Jefferson City, MO 65109
Office – 635-4168 www.callgratz.com Fax – 634-8832
REAL ESTATE
AUCTION
THURSDAY, AUG 29 @ 5:30 P.M.
ON SITE
11821 Main Street, Centertown, Mo
This 2 story frame structure with 3,960 sq. ft. can be either a duplex
or a single family residence located on a .41 acre lot with outbuildings.
OPEN HOUSE
THURSDAY, AUGUST 22
5:30 TO 6:30 P.M.
BOTH OF THESE PROPERTIES SELL AS IS
WITH A MINIMUM BID OF $15,000.00 EACH.
PROPERTY OF SA Holdings,
Owner
TERMS and CONDITIONS: 5 (Five) percent of purchase price to be paid into
escrow on the day of auction. Cole County Abstract Company will be the escrow
agent. Buyer must be preapproved by his lender and have a pre-approval letter
from Bank to present to Gratz Real Estate & Auctioneering on day of auction.
Buyer must sign a sales contract prepared by legal counsel. Closing to be within
30 (thirty) days or as soon as Sellers can furnish clear and marketable title to
buyers. The cost of the title insurance will be split equally between the buyer and
seller. Taxes will be pro-rated at closing. Owner agrees to give possession and
clear title at closing. Announcements at Auction take precedence over all printed
matter. Owner reserves the right to approve the final bid. (For an appointment
to view the home prior to auction, call Bill Gratz at 690-0477.) Auctioneer is
licensed in Cole County, Missouri. License #50006. (Subject to prior sale)
11814 Main Street, Centertown, Mo.
This 2 story frame structure with 2,176 sq. ft. can be either a duplex or
single family residence located on a .37 acre lot with a good garden area.
MULTI-FAMILY SALE!
Friday, 7-5, Saturday, 7-12. Boy items
0-4, TOYS, TVs, holiday, womens,
shoes for all, scrubs, purses, kitchen.
302 CASE ST., CALIFORNIA, MO
650 Auctions/Estate Sales
TURN YOUR UNWANTED ITEMS
INTO FAST CASH
Call us today and we will haul it way.
573-645-6346 Auction every Saturday
at 2:00 p.m. 17 and 54 Junction in
Eugene MO. We now how a property
clean up crew. Junction 17 Auction.
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301-2288
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See color photos along with detailed
information on area apartments.
For advertising information, please
call the News Tribune Classified
Department 636-3131.
Clean 1 bedroom apartment near
downtown, $350. 573-680-9345
Clean 2 bedroom, nicely updated,
central location, 1.5 bath, 1 car gar-
age, no pets, $600. 573-301-6787
NEWER 1550 sq. ft. apartments. 3 or
4 bedrooms, 2 baths, on Saratoga,
$700-$750. 659-1961
East end, large 2 bedroom, off street
parking. Water, sewer, garbage
furnished. No pets. References re-
quired. 2633 Schott Rd. $450.
635-8939
Excellent Location-West End
2 bedroom (4-plex), no steps, fully
applianced, water softener, VERY
NICE, no pets. 573-338-6200
Great, neat 2 bedroom, one-bath
apartment for rent in a quiet
neighborhood, $500 per month.
Water and trash included. No pets.
Deposit required. Please call
573-634-2694 for appointment.
HIDDEN OAKS
APARTMENTS
839 Southwest Blvd. 636-4964
http://www.devillesw.com
2 bedroom, 2 bath, washer/dryer
hookups, appliances, trash
furnished.
LAKESIDE APARTMENTS
1& 2 bedroom apartments.
Call 893-6227
Office: 120 Amador Apt. 5
Realty of Jefferson City, MO, Inc.
2 or 3 bedroom, West, $530-$950.
www.actionrealtyrentals.com
We manage rental properties!
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments
$300 to $695
Located throughout Jefferson City
573-659-7777
740 Duplexes For Rent
** DUPLEXES **
2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, basement &
garage, storage, $550.
2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1 car garage,
nice yard, Holts Summit, $650.
New 2 bedroom, 2 bath, garage,
vaulted ceilings, deck, West, $795.
New 3 bedroom with rec room &
garage, West, $850.
Schrimpf Management
1001 Madison 636-3171
www.schrimpfmg.com
1 BEDROOM, 518 Broadway, new
appliances plus washer/dryer, hard-
woods, 1 car garage. Trash, water,
sewer paid. Spacious! $395.
573-680-0323.
2 & 3 BEDROOM units with attached
garages, clean, quiet area,
$600-$800. 573-340-8687
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, central loca-
tion, 1901B Cedar Hill, $450/month +
$450 deposit. No pets. 573-635-2255
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, no steps, very
nice, washer/dryer hookup, Cedar
Hill School, $485. 573-644-4636
2 BEDROOM, 2 bath, fireplace,
cathedral ceiling, quiet West end,
$595. 573-634-7474
Quiet, west end duplex, 2 bedroom, 2
bath, 1 level, no pets allowed, $625.
573-690-0095
2 BEDROOM, 2 bath, washer/dryer
hookup, garage, 1 level, no steps,
West end, no pets, $585/month.
573-644-4636
3 BEDROOM, 3 bath, 2 car garage,
finished basement, 2100 sq. ft., lots
of storage, Duane Swift Parkway,
$995 + deposit. Gold Star Realty &
Enterprises LLC, 573-378-5560
Call 573-659-5166.
3 BEDROOM, carport, utility shed,
West, $595. 573-619-5782
BRAND NEW 2-3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1
car garage duplexes for rent in the
newest subdivision in Holts Summit -
HollyBrook. Spacious floor plans,
ceramic tile, designer kitchens,
laundry hook ups, plus much more.
Please call Sara at (573)298-2318 or
Shelia at (636)208-0848.
Luxury Townhome.... 2 bedroom,
2 bath, 2 car garage, open plan,
gallery entry, large deck, NO STEPS,
5 minutes to Capitol. Great view,
privacy, & quiet! We cut the grass!
$800/month. 896-4888 or 644-4057
NEWER 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX
• Large bedrooms, lots of large
closets
• 1.5 Baths, Garage
• $695. No lease, no pets. 690-1818
750 Homes For Rent
** HOMES - CALL US FIRST! **
2 bedroom, 1 bath home, $450.
3 bedroom, 3 bath, rec room & 2 car
garage, nice large home, West, $850.
Custom executive home off Tower
Dr., nice large home, huge master
suite with fireplace, $2200.
Schrimpf Management
1001 Madison 636-3171
www.schrimpfmg.com
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, basement. No
pets. Lease. Background & credit
check. References, $615. 635-5897
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, laundry
hookups, off-street parking, $550/
month, $550 security deposit re-
quired. 307 Cherry St. No pets.
Available September. 573-230-9163
2 BEDROOM home, 1 bath, full base-
ment, $550. 308 Woodlawn.
573-301-5068
3 BEDROOM, 1.5 bath, available
now, $595/month. 573-230-8206
3 BEDROOM, 1.5 bath, finished base-
ment, central location, off street
parking, $675. 573-619-3693
3 bedroom, 2 bath, Home for Rent.
$995/month. 4044 Oxford Rd. Call
573-694-1010.
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, large rec room,
available 9/1, $785. 2961 E. McCarty.
573-230-7901
3 Bedroom, 2 bath, no pets, Lohman,
$700/month. 645-2473 or 619-8686
3 BEDROOM, 2.5 bath, Holts Summit
area, Jefferson City Schools, no in-
side pets, $750. 8-5:30, Mon.-Fri.
635-9050
3 BEDROOM, 3 bath, 2 car garage,
quiet West end, corner lot, lease or
lease purchase, $875. 634-7474
3 BEDROOM, dry basement, garage,
(WEST), on Meier St., $785. 353-1876
4 BEDROOM, newly remodeled,
Belair Dr., $850/month + deposit.
680-1191 or 301-8181
613 GEORGIA STREET - 3 bedroom,
1 bath, $650/month. Background and
credit check required. Days
573-893-3633, evenings/weekends
573-257-1062 or 573-257-1054
Blair Oaks, 3 bedroom, St. Thomas,
price negotiable, wheel chair
accessible. 694-6104 or 477-3437
BOONVILLE RD. Small 2 bedroom, 1
bath, basement, garage, washer &
dryer, lawn care, trash paid, no pets,
1 year lease, $600/month + $600 de-
posit. 584-9214
HOUSE + 3 ACRES
4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2,600 sq. ft., rural
Callaway, rent $800 to $1000 nego-
tiable. Jetted corner bath, 2 fire-
places, patio, deck. 3158 County
Road 338, New Bloomfield.
573-896-4927 or 573-220-0520
dramsay50@embarqmail.com
LUXURY 3 bedroom, 3 bath, family,
office, large eat-in kitchen, patio,
deck, pet. East, $1200. 573-216-3673
NEWLY CONSTRUCTED 3 BED-
ROOM, 1 bath, washer/dryer hookup,
cabin on 5 acres, private dock on
pond, beautiful setting just outside
Ashland city limits, $1200/month.
573-657-4090
Realty of Jefferson City, MO, Inc.
3 bedroom, hardwood floors, no
pets, Covington Gardens area, $950.
www.actionrealtyrentals.com
755 Mobile Homes For Rent
2 & 3 BEDROOM MOBILE HOMES
for sale, lease option or rent. YOUR
JOB IS YOUR CREDIT! We'll move
your home to our park for free. For
details: www.mylowcosthousing.com
or 866-686-2066.
2 or 3 bedroom mobile home starting
at $365 per month. 573-896-4303
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, 16 x 80, nice
home, $425. 573-584-3441
View pictures and apply online at:
www.elstonacres.managebuilding
.com
756 Mobile Home Lots For Rent
Available nice mobile home or RV
sites in Jefferson City. 635-3339
Nice level mobile home lots for rent.
1st month free. 573-230-2643
780 Office Space For Rent
!Schrimpf Management
2000 sq. ft., prime office or retail
space, Eastland area, $1300/month.
22,500 sq. ft., professional office
space available, $7.25/sq. ft.
1630 sq. ft. new office space,
$9.50/sq. ft., build to suit, high traffic
CALL US FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS!
1001 MADISON 636-3171
www.schrimpfmg.com
!BOWMAN COMMERCIAL REALTY!
LEASING-SALES-PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT
Contact Bowman Commercial Realty
for all your Commercial needs
Call 893-2516
BowmanCommercialRealty.com
!KOLB PROPERTIES!
OFFICE-RETAIL-WAREHOUSE-LAND
Commercial Property for sale or
lease. Large or small, we have it all.
See at www.kolbproperties.com
CALL 893-7320
PRIME BUSINESS LOCATIONS FOR
LEASE. Retail/Office, we will help
you! 573-353-8990 for information.
gordoncommercialrealestate.com
D4 Friday, August 16, 2013
CLASSIFIED
GRATZ REAL ESTATE & AUCTIONEERING
BILL GRATZ – 690-0477 CRAIG GRATZ – 635-5138
AUCTIONEERS
2821 S. Ten Mile Drive, Jefferson City, MO 65109
Office – 635-4168 www.callgratz.com Fax – 634-8832
PUBLIC
AUCTION
SUNDAY, AUGUST 18 @ 10:30 AM
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS BUILDING (DAV)
5054 MONTICELLO ROAD, JEFFERSON CITY
DIRECTIONS: 3.8 MILES SOUTH ON HWY 54 FROM ELLIS BOULEVARD
GUN, ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES
Smith and Wesson 38 Special Snub Nose Revolver; Lot of 22 ammo; Lot
of 38 Special Ammo; Box of 380 Ammo; Cast Iron Log box; Antique Shoe
Last; Nail Keg; Capital Brewer Keg End; Central Dairy Box; Golf Clubs;
Granite Ware; Christmas items; Child’s Wagon; 5 Gallon Crock; 3 Gallon
Crock Butter Churn; Several Toy Trucks and Tractors New with Display
Cabinet; Bally Dollar slot Machine; Carl Edwards Collectibles; Lot of Carl
Edwards Race used Sheet metal; Harley Davidson Collectibles; Zippo
Lighters; Vintage Stratomatic Baseball and Football Games; Shot glass
Collection; Dell Computers; Antique Light Bulbs; Old Hand Crank Wringer
with 2 Tubs;
FURNITURE
Dinette Table with 6 Chairs with Buffet; Twin Bed; Computer Table; Two Full Size Beds with Matching
Dressers; Child’s Metal Chairs; Folding Chairs; Camel Back Trunk; Wooden High Chairs; School
Desk; Double Bed with 2 Nigh stands and Bookcase Headboard; Chest; Double Bookcase; Dresser
and Mirror; Coffee Table; Misc Chairs; Bakers Rack; Drop Leaf Table; File Cabinets;
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
Upright Freezer; Maytag Washer; Kenmore Dryer; Dishes; Pots; Pans; Quilts; Blankets; Linens;
Stereo Turn Table; Older TV; VCRs; DVD Player; Weights; Small Trampoline; Coat Rack; Vacuums;
Movie Projector 8 mm
TOOLS & OUTDOORS ITEMS
Toro Wheel Horse Riding Mower; Lawn Trailer; Shovel; Hoes; Rakes; Shop Vacuum; Home Lite
chains; Hand Tools; Car Ramps; Electric Power Tools; Gas Cans; Tow Cables; Electric Smoker;
Router Table with Router; Drill Press; Radial Arm Saw; Car Chains; Fishing Rods; Huffy Bicycle;
Sad Irons; Weed Eater; Lawn Boy Mower; Gas Tiller; New Craftsman Gas Blower; Riding Mower
Jack; Gas Cans; Gas Blower; Wheel Barrel; Yard Spreader; Poulan Chain Saw; Coleman power
Mate 10 hp Generator; Hercules Moto Bike with Sachs Engine; Bear Tamer Lane Recurve Bow; 4
Gals Behr Concrete Etcher; Lot Tile Setting Tools; Deer Antlers; Campbell Hausfield Professional
Air Compressor 4 Gal 1.5 hp; 83200 24 inch Bridge Tile Saw; Craftsman Table Saw; Black and
Decker Professional Angle Grinder; Work Bench; Porch Swing;
VEHICLE - TO SELL AT 1 PM
1989 Lincoln Town Car with approximately 98,122 miles, Leather Seats, Four doors, Full Power
1981 Chevy Luv Pickup, 100,000 miles, 4 cylinder, 4 speed, in excellent condition
PROPERTY OF
CLYDE KORSMEYER; AND OTHERS
Terms: Cash, Credit Cards or Approved Checks. A 3% surcharge will be charged on all credit card
purchases. Not Responsible for Accidents, Theft, or Loss. Buyer must register for bidder’s number day
of Auction and show proof of proper identification. Announcements day of Auction take precedence over
printed matter. Auctioneer is licensed in Cole County, Missouri. License #50006.
ESTATE & MOVING
“TAG” SALE FOR
VARIOUS OWNERS
1412 S. Summit Dr., Holts Summit, MO
August 17 and 18
Sat. 9-4, Sun. 12-4
Link to Photos may be found on our Web site:
www.McCorkleEstateSales.com
Furniture
Black wicker with turquoise cushions set including sofa, 2
chairs, coffee table and 2 ottomans, Oak dresser and mirror,
chest of drawers, lingerie chest; New library card file cabinet,
Oak round table with leaf, 4 chairs and sideboard, Computer
desk, Unusual desk chair, Kitchen table and 3 chairs, Antique
sewing rocker, Walnut day bed, 2 plaid wing back chairs, 2
Brown ottomans, Rust colored love seat, Painted Bombay
chest, and more!!
Antiques and Collectibles
Picnic basket, American Girl Doll, Crosley radio replica CD
player, Marie Osmond dolls, Christmas, Lots of decorative
copper, Nippon cups and saucers, Small red cast iron coffee
grinder, Trunk, Quilts, Kids aluminum cooking pans, lots
more!!
Miscellaneous
Barbie dolls, KitchenAid pans, Lots of CDs, Books and DVDs,
Purses, Pyrex, Pottery pitcher, Lot of Linens, Nut crackers, Pier
One blue onion set of dishes, fabric, yarn, knitting needles, and
much much more!!
Directions: From Jefferson City, East on 54 to first Holts
Summit exit which is Summit Dr. Up ramp, turn left to 1412 S.
Summit. Watch for our signs!!
Announcements Sale days take precedence over printed material.
Sale Conducted by: Ann McCorkle Estate Sales
We sell personal property.......Your Place or Our Place!
573-896-5095 Email: Ann@McCorkleEstateSales.com
RICHARD MOFFAT AUCTION SERVICE
708 E. McCarty St., Jefferson City, MO 65101
Auctioneers:
Richard Moffat The Moffat Center Matt Michelson
573-761-4293 573-897-4004 573-680-6188
Jefferson City, MO Linn, MO Jefferson City, MO
www.moffatauction.com
PUBLIC
AUCTION
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 2013
9:00 AM
THE MOFFAT CENTER, LINN, MO
DIRECTIONS: From Linn, take Hwy. 50 west 1 ½ miles to Co. Rd.
604, turn left & go 1 mile to building on right, or from Jefferson City,
take Hwy. 50 east approx. 18 miles & turn right on Co. Rd. 604.
ANTIQUES TOYS AND MARBLES
German horse on platform pull toy; C/F fire truck; C/F boat; C/I
locomotive; C/I Kenton horseless carriage; C?I arcade bus; Model
shooting gallery; Lehman Drgm Onkel, Germany; Lehman balky mule;
Gibbs horse and cart tin; Parka Bros trap and shoot marble game;
Thousands of marbles: Large swirl marbles; Small swirl marbles;
Bennington; Clay; Sulfid; Shooters; Candy containers; 1950’s Pedal
car; Wood marble game;
Note: Wayne was known all around for collecting marbles. Some of his
marbles were in reference books, must see.
DECOYS
Over a hundred decoys including 3 purdew crows, Hayes grand prix,
Mason hen, Skippy Barto Ill river, Hayes coot, and Gundel finger blue
bill grand prix; 3 mounted goose, Large wood goose- cloth goose
decoy; 3 JW Reynolds folding decoys; Goose decoys; Acme folding
decoys; Live decoy holders; Decoy weights; C/I goose decoys; Benz
adv; C/I decoy molds from Benz factory Jefferson city, mo; Many other
decoys wood and mache.
Note: This is one of the best collections we have ever had at auction. If
you are a collector do not miss this sale!
INDIAN ARTIFACTS
Several pieces of Indian pottery including pig pot Kingsman KY, Rat
monster NE AR., beaver pot, fish AR., bat SE MO>, Bradley plaq
Whitendon county AR, animal head effigy pre-columbian, early
Mississippian pottery; Points include Dalton, Clovis, Etley, Kings corner
notch, Clets, Scraper, Cahokia notched, Mississippi triangular, Reed
side notches, Table rock, Eilat , Bird points; Grind stone, Bird figurines;
Beads; Bone fish hook;
Note: This is an outstanding collection of artifacts. Wayne found all of
his artifacts mostly over 60 years ago. Some of these items have never
come up for sale.
ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES
Walnut 2 drawer chest, Walnut drawer table; Walnut oval table; Birdseye
maple full bed and twin bed; Birdseye maple vanity and chair; Oak
bookcase secretary; Machinist tool box; 5 Drawer JP Coats spool
cabinet; Willet dining table and six chairs; Maple chest; Oak spindle back
bench; Globe oak 20 drawer office cabinet; Wood benches; Stone bible;
Quilts; Pocket knives; Hunting including: Lynch turkey call, shell boxes,
victor trap thermometer, ammo boxes, peters, wards, Winchester, and
two glass target balls; Niewald game plate freedom; Decco lamps:
Picture frames; Brass lanterns; Flue covers: Pencil tin; Mahogany
desk; Dixie kid tobacco tin; Paper weights; Six Brass props; Cobalt
blue glass including pitcher, vase, remember the Maine; Pattern and
press glass; Fiesta ware including: cobalt charger, nesting bowls, red
stacking bowls, pie plate, candle holders, bowls, plates, cups, saucers,
and pitchers; Wagon with wood wheels; Antique tools including: Sargen
79 plane, KK 64 plane, Stanley #80 plane, Stanley # 4 and 7 plane;
Harness markers leather stripper knives; KK hack saw; Early brace and
bits; Barrel topper; Scribes; Old hand forged tools; Broad axe head;
Squares; Dicks beer box and tray Quincy, IL.; Lightning rod glass balls;
Wood boxes, Snow shoes; Copper boiler; Quilts, Misc. household pots,
pans, dishes; Sofa, End tables, Chairs, Hand and power tools.
Note: There were six boxes of Fiesta Ware packed at the time of the
listing. Wayne had a large collection of fiesta ware.
Note: Wayne was 94 years old when he passed away. He was still
attending auctions and marble shows up to a year ago. His marble
collection was referenced in the first Marble Book Publications. This is
a once in a lifetime collection. Due to the amount of small items to be
sold we will run two auction rings. Mark your calendars now and make
plans to attend- thanks Rick
OWNER: WAYNE SANDERS ESTATE,
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
Terms: Cash or good check with proper identification. All sales are
final. Everything sells as is, where is. Proper identification is necessary
to obtain a buyer’s number. Announcements day of sale supersede all
printed material. Food on the grounds.
790 Retail/Warehouse Space
A MINI-STORAGE: 5x10, 10x10,
10x15, 10x20, 10x30, 12x36x16 tall 4
miles East of MO River bridge on
Hwy. 54. 896-9996 or 645-5864 (cell).
Howerton Distribution Warehouse
312 Wilson Drive
LOWEST RATES IN TOWN
100,000 Sq. Ft. (Divisible)
(573) 257-4606
METRO MINI STORAGE
5x10, 10x10, 10x20, 20x20
6 month lease - 1 month free.
1 year lease - 2 months free!
Call 893-6227
NEW STORAGE UNITS FOR RENT.
5x10 - $25; 10x10 - $30; 10x15 - $40;
10x20 - $50; 10x25 - $60. By the Katy
Trail. Call 659-1961.
Schrimpf Management
• Retail spaces available now,
Holts Summit Plaza, $5.50/sq. ft.
• Warehouse, 6500 sq. ft., over-
head doors, utilities paid, $2500
• 2300 sq. ft. retail, Industrial Dr.,
high traffic area, $690
• 2000 sq. ft., heat/air, $665
Many to choose from - call us first!
1001 MADISON 636-3171
REAL ESTATE
900 Commercial Property
7000 sq. ft. newer building on 9+/-
acres, blacktop frontage. Rental
home included. REDUCED TO
$274,900. Will separate shop for
$220,000 & home for $63,000. Mark
Knapp, RE/MAX Jeff City, 761-3464.
Business or construction slow? Lake
Ozarks Millions visit, a 1st/2nd home
market-retirees! Investors-Builders
8,000' prime shoreline/acreage. 45
Minutes-fair prices 573-257-0123
910 Condos & Townhomes
Furnished Condo - Villa Panorama
1 bedroom, 1 bath, beautiful view of
the city and the Capitol. The unit
boasts an open floor plan and is
located adjacent to pool, $65,900.
573-634-3722 ansrrealty@gmail.com
New Luxury Condo Near Completion
Hardwood Granite 9 foot Ceilings 2
Car Garage Private Setting Sunroom
1849 Cedar Ridge, 573-690-5082
920 Farms/Acreage For Sale
40 ACRES of timber land. Good deer
& turkey hunting, has marketable
timber, 8 miles south of Versailles,
$1000/acre. 573-896-8667
45 Minutes away 90 open-woods
Acres-creek $175k! 30/$1500 per
Acre 12/$20k, 5/$8k lake access
Swim fish hunting 573-257-0123
7.8 ACRES, approx. 700 ft. of road
frontage, W. Brazito Rd. 690-3400
MILITARY COUPLE LOOKING TO
BUY a farm but wanting to lease
purchase until home in St. James is
sold. 25+ acres. 573-263-5005
930 Homes For Sale
1/2 PRICE SALE - 3 residential
building lots. Nearly an acre in city.
Won't wait. $6,500 each. 3
available. All utilities. Call Kenny,
761-3403. RE/MAX Jefferson City
www.circlepix.com/home2/XJ6SWK
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, hardwood
floors, new stainless appliances, 3.8
acres, new horse barn with 2 stalls,
tack room & loft. Westphalia area,
$265,000. 573-298-1767
www.westphaliahome.webs.com
3 BEDROOM RANCHER, 7 acres in
Holts Summit city limits, barn, huge
family room, screened-in porch, lots
of storage, recently remodeled.
$159,000. 896-5325 or 619-8248.
4% MORTGAGE MONEY
Purchase or refinance.
Call 573-303-5520
Beautiful Country Home built in 2005,
4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2 car garage with
3rd garage down, finished basement,
main floor laundry room, hardwoods,
2658 sq. ft., 3427 Rudy Lane, off
Wardsville Rd. just outside city limits
at end of cul-de-sac, $189,000.
573-680-4738 or 573-690-9976
BLAIR OAKS - 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath,
full basement, 1150 sq. ft., totally re-
modeled, big lot, $132,500.
573-821-4085
Exceptional Updated Older Home
4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2 car garage,
3,300 sq. ft., 117 East Circle Drive,
completely remodeled. Screened
porch, hot tub, hardwoods. West
School District, $215,000.
573-821-3090 jimbo2@mchsi.com
Custom built in 2010, this 4700+ sq.
ft. home features 5 bedrooms, 3
baths, an open floor plan, hardwoods
throughout, granite countertops,
theater room & workout room. Must
see. $350,000. Call Steven at
573-821-0857.
http://902martinway.weebly.com
FOXBORO - 800 CHADWICK CT.
Built in 2004. 1840 sq. ft.. 3 Bedroom,
2 bath, $189,900/best offer. 645-3903
!View all MLS listings & virtual tours!
www.ActionRealEstate.com
573-893-6295
House/Shop/Barn/Pond/25 Acres in
Eugene: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2,400
sq. ft., 3-acre stocked pond, fenced
for cattle, newly finished basement,
new wood boiler for heat, $249,900.
573-694-9700
Why wait for Open House. These
special deals are available anytime.
The sooner, the better. 5310 Smith
St., Russellville. Dramatic price re-
duction, $71,900 & $2000 closing
cost. That's over a $10,000 price re-
duction. Call Kenny to see this nice
little home, 761-3403.
RE/MAX Jefferson City
www.circlepix.com/home2/KKCM95
OPEN HOUSE - 1106 Major Dr.
Fri. 5-6 p.m., Sat. 11-12:30
& Sun. 1:30-3 p.m.
Gorgeous all brick, 4-bedroom ranch-
er. Moreau Heights School, one
block off bus line. 2-Full kitchens,
upper has granite counter tops, new
stainless steel appliances, beautiful
cherry cabinets. See-thru fireplace
separates living and dining rooms.
Screened in porch with built in grill
off dining room. Walk out basement
with covered patio. New roof and
gutters. 2800+ Sq. Ft., totally updat-
ed throughout. $182,000. Directions:
Moreau Dr. to Leslie Blvd. Right on
Leslie, Left on Rosevalley, Left on
Major, 2nd house on right. 634-2351
**YOUR HOME SOLD IN 90 DAYS
GUARANTEED, or I will sell it for
FREE!! www.heathhiggins.com. Re-
alty Executives of Mid MO 761-3343
WESTPHALIA - Fatima Schools, pick
your 3-10 acre building site from 175
private wooded acres, electric &
water on site, only a few sites will be
sold by broker/owner, 1 mile South of
Westphalia just off Hwy. 63.
BRICK RANCHER in cul-de-sac, 204
Eastwood, 3 bedroom, 1.75 bath on
main, hardwood floors, full basement
with family room & double garage
down, fenced backyard, off 50/63, E.
McCarty to Skyview, motivated seller,
priced right at $114,900. Dewayne,
690-3683.
Robert L. Wilbers Real Estate, 36 Co.
Rd. 400B, Linn. 573-645-0494
940 Lots For Sale
5 ACRE LOT, West end, outside of
city limits. 573-659-4107
For Sale Large homesite with private
fishing pond, paved road,
underground utilities, park, trails,
many other amenities.
Call 573-590-1370
LAKE OF THE OZARKS- Family fun-
Lots reduced to $3,595 each, $75
down, $59/month. Owner financing,
no credit checks, beautiful trees,
great fishing, swimming, boating,
free lake access and boat ramps.
Prices good thru August 19th. Hwy.
135-12 to the Ivy Bend office. Closed
Tuesdays (573)372-6493
www.ivybendlandoffice.com
LOTS FOR SALE, St. Martins. Owner
broker, Betty Steck. 573-893-2963
942 Mobile Homes For Sale
For Sale 16x80, 3 bedroom, 2 bath
fixer upper. 573-896-4303
Friday, August 16, 2013 D5
D6 FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 2013
CLASSIFIED/FEATURES
www.newstribune.com
NT August 13,14,15,16,17, 2013
Sealed bids for Roof
Replacement Garage/
Radio Shop, Troop F
Headquarters, 2920
N. Shamrock Road,
Jefferson City, MO,
Project No. R1407-
01 will be received
by FMDC, State of
MO, UNTIL 1:30 PM,
8/29/2013. The pre-
bid meeting is 10:00
AM, on 8/20/2013.
For speci¿c project in-
formation and order-
ing plans, go to http://
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PUBLIC NOTICES
970 Public Notices
According to the Lease by and
between unit # #47 Micheal Wright,
#140 Danielle Orcutt, #143 Kavin
Burgeson or Kevin Burgson, #175
Kaylyn Shepherd, #197 Madison
Putnam, #515 Cathy Bradford and
TKG-StorageMart and its related
parties, assigns and affiliates in order
to perfect the Lien on the goods
contained in their storage units, the
Manager has cut the lock on their
Unit(s) and upon cursory inspection
the unit(s) were found to contain,
white wooden baby crib and
mattress, 13 inch box TV, pink and
purple girls Huffy bike, nursing kit, a
blue recliner and a brown recliner,
coffee and end tables, Emerson
microwave, wooden rocking chair,
outdoor chairs, buffet, grinder and
tools, lawn mower carburetors, black
kids dodge truck, lawn chairs, island
bar, dressers infant car seats, glider
rocking chair, outdoors standing
ashtray, computer desk, shelves, box
style TVs king mattress and frame
assorted dishes, clothing, kids toys
and boxed item. Items will be sold or
otherwise disposed of on August 26,
2013 at 2:30 pm at the location listed
below to satisfy owner's lien in
accordance with state statutes. Stor-
age Mart #107, 2420 St. Mary’s Blvd
Jefferson City, MO, 65109.
573-634-4474.
N.T. August 16, 2013
IN THE 19TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI
Judge or Division:
PATRICIA S JOYCE
Plaintiff/Petitioner:
RONNICKA D BRYANT
Defendant/Respondent:
YAW BANNUAH SARFO
Nature of Suit:
FC Dissolution- w/o Children
Case Number: 13AC-FC00452
Notice Upon Order for Service by
Publication
The State of Missouri to:
YAW BANNUAH SARFO
1075 RUE LA VILLE WALK
CREVE COUR, MO 63141
You are notified that an action has
been commenced against you in the
Circuit Court of Cole County, Mis-
souri, the object general nature of
which is FC Dissolution- W/O
Children.
The names of all parties in this action
are stated in the caption above and
the name(s) and addresses(s) of the
attorney(s) for the plaintiff/petition-
er(s) are:
RONNICKA D BRYANT, 606 LOCUST
ST APT B, JEFFERSON CITY, MO
65101.
You are further notified that, unless
you file an answer or other pleading
or otherwise appear and defend
against this action within 45 days
after, judgment by default will be
entered against you.
7/26/2013
D Davidson by JB
N.T. August 2, 9, 16, 23, 2013
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI
PROBATE DIVISION
In the matter of: FINNIS SCOTT,
incapacitated and disabled.
Estate No. 13AC-PR00154
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
OF A CONSERVATOR
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF FINNIS SCOTT, A
DISABLED PERSON.
On the 6th day of AUGUST, 2013,
MARILYN SCHMUTZLER was
appointed conservator of the estate
of FINNIS SCOTT, a person
adjudicated disabled under the laws
of Missouri by the Probate Division of
the Circuit Court of Cole County, Mis-
souri. The business address of the
conservator is 301 EAST HIGH
STREET, ROOM 404, JEFFERSON
CITY, MISSOURI 65102. All creditors
of said disabled person are notified
to file their claims in the Probate Divi-
sion of the Circuit Court.
Dates of Publication:
09-AUG-2013
16-AUG-2013
23-AUG-2013
30-AUG-2013
Deanna Nilges
Clerk of the Probate Division
of the Circuit Court of
Cole County, Missouri
N.T. August 9, 16, 23, 30, 2013
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COLE
COUNTY, MISSOURI
In re: the marriage of:
Latosha Lynn Echelberry and
Jack Elliott Echelberry
LATOSHA LYNN ECHELBERRY
Petitioner
vs.
JACK ELLIOTT ECHELBERRY
Respondent
Case No. 13AC-FC00351
NOTICE UPON ORDER FOR
SERVICE BY PUBLICATION
The State of Missouri to: Jack Elliott
Echelberry
You are hereby notified that an action
has been commenced concerning
the above-referenced minors in the
Juvenile Division of the Circuit Court
of the County of Cole, Missouri, the
object and general nature of which is
the adoption of the minors by the
Petitioners set forth above.
The names of all parties to said ac-
tion are stated above in the caption
hereof and the name and address of
the attorney for the petitioners is:
Scott A. Hamblin
Brydon, Swearengen & England
P.C., 312 E. Capitol Ave.
Jefferson City, MO 65101.
You are further notified that, unless
you file an answer or other pleading
or shall otherwise appear and defend
against the aforesaid petition within
45 days after the 9th day of August,
2013, (first date of publication) judg-
ment by default will be entered
against you.
Witness my hand and the seal of the
Circuit Court this 6th day of August,
2013.
M. Jacquin, Clerk
N.T. August 9, 16, 23, 30, 2013
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
Default having been made in the pay-
ment of that certain note secured by
Deed of Trust executed by Eric J
Riley and Eroica Cyani Riley,
husband and wife, dated August 13,
2003 and recorded on August 21,
2003 in Book 489, Page 887, as
Document No. 200317498, Office of
Recorder of Deeds, Cole County,
Missouri. The Successor Trustee will
on August 19, 2013, between the
hours of 9:00 o'clock A.M. and 5:00
P.M. more particularly at 10:00AM, at
the Cole County Courthouse, 301
East High Street, South Front door,
Jefferson City, MO 65101, sell at
public venue to the highest bidder for
cash, the following real estate:
Lot No. 3 in Block No. 3, East
Fairmount Place, in the City of Jeffer-
son, Missouri, per plat of record in
Plat Book 2, Page 24, Cole County
Recorder's Office.
1306 Moreland Ave., Jefferson City,
MO 65101-3735
For the purpose of satisfying said in-
debtedness and the costs of
executing this trust.
S&W Foreclosure Corporation
Successor Trustee
Pub Commences July 26, 2013
S&W File No.13-021406
By: Shapiro & Weisman, L.C.
www.shapiroattorneys.com/mo
Purported address: 1306 Moreland
Ave., Jefferson City, MO 65101-3735
N.T. July 26, August 2, 9, 16, 2013
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
For default in the payment of debt
secured by a deed of trust executed
by Colin Ciolli, dated November 9,
2009, and recorded on November 16,
2009, Document No. 200914642, in
Book No. 585, at Page 620 in the
Office of the Recorder of Deeds, Cole
County, Missouri, the undersigned
Successor Trustee will on August 30,
2013, at 2:00 PM, at the South Door
of the Cole County Courthouse,
Jefferson City, Missouri, sell at public
vendue to the highest bidder for
cash: Lot Number 8, in Block No. 2 of
OAK PARK, a subdivision of parts of
Outlots 59, 60, and 66 of the City of
Jefferson, Missouri, a plat of which
subdivision was filed for record, in
Plat Book 2, Page 50, COLE County
Recorder's Office., commonly known
as 808 Houchin Street, Jefferson
City, MO, 65101
subject to all prior easements, re-
strictions, reservations, covenants
and encumbrances now of record, if
any, to satisfy the debt and costs.
South & Associates, P.C., Successor
Trustee
First Publication: August 2, 2013. For
more information, visit www.south-
law.com
NOTICE
Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection
Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. §1692c(b),
no information concerning the collec-
tion of this debt may be given without
the prior consent of the consumer
given directly to the debt collector or
the express permission of a court of
competent jurisdiction. The debt
collector is attempting to collect a
debt and any information obtained
will be used for that purpose (Case-
file No. 142113 / Invoice No.
142113-611618).
N.T. Aug. 2, 9, 16 & 23, 2013
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE`S SALE
For default under the terms of the
Deed of Trust executed by Beverly K.
Quigley, a single person and Daryl
Wayne Morley a single person, dated
October 24, 2006, recorded on
October 30, 2006 as Document No.
200612053, in Book 541, Page 810,
Office of the Recorder of Deeds,
Cole County, Missouri, the under-
signed Successor Trustee will on
Monday, August 26, 2013, at 10:00
AM at the South Front Door of the
Cole County Courthouse, 301 East
High Street, in Jefferson City, Mis-
souri, sell at public vendue to the
highest bidder for cash:
Lots Nos. 28 and 29, in Block H, in
MCDAVITT`S ADDITION to the Town
of Russellville, Missouri, per plat of
record in Plat Book 1, Page 27, Cole
County Recorder`s Office,
to satisfy said debt and costs.
Martin, Leigh, Laws & Fritzlen, P.C.
Successor Trustee
Richard L. Martin, Vice President
(816) 221-1430
www.mllfpc.com
(Quigley and Morley, 5723.046,
Publication Start: 08/02/2013)
MARTIN, LEIGH, LAWS & FRITZLEN,
P.C., AS SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE, IS
ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT
AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED
WILL BE USED FOR THAT
PURPOSE.
N.T. August 2, 9, 16, 23, 2013
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
WHEREAS, Robert E. Canale III and
Lisa F. Canale, husband and wife, by
their Deed of Trust dated June 30,
2011, and recorded on July 8, 2011,
in the office of the recorder of deeds
for Cole County, Missouri, as Docu-
ment No. 201105722 in Book 605,
Page 996 conveyed to P. Pierre
Dominique, Trustee, the following-de-
scribed property situated in the
County of Cole, State of Missouri, to-
wit:
PART OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF SECTION 12, TOWN-
SHIP 44 NORTH, RANGE 13 WEST,
COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
FROM THE NORTHEAST CORNER
OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF
THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF
SAID SECTION 12; THENCE SOUTH
0 DEGREES 11 MINUTES 32
SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
QUARTER QUARTER SECTION LINE,
42.1 FEET, TO THE SOUTHERLY
LINE OF U. S. ROUTE NO. 50, SAID
POINT BEING THE NORTHEASTER-
LY CORNER OF A TRACT
CONVEYED TO MOSELEY
MANUFACTURING CORPORATION,
BY DEED OF RECORD IN BOOK 208,
PAGE 531, COLE COUNTY RECORD-
ER'S OFFICE, AND THE BEGINNING
POINT OF THIS DESCRIPTION;
THENCE CONTINUING SOUTH 0 DE-
GREE 11 MINUTES 32 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG THE QUARTER
QUARTER SECTION LINE, AND THE
EAST LINE OF SAID TRACT, 242.92
FEET; THENCE NORTH 87 DE-
GREES 54 MINUTES 52 SECONDS
WEST, 53.38 FEET, TO THE NORTH-
EASTERLY CORNER OF A
BUILDING; THENCE CONTINUING
NORTH 87 DEGREES 54 MINUTES
52 SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE
NORTHERLY LINE OF THE
BUILDING, 78.73 FEET, TO THE
NORTHWESTERLY CORNER THERE-
OF; THENCE SOUTH 2 DEGREES 05
MINUTES 08 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG THE WESTERLY LIEN OF
SAID BUILDING, 29.63 FEET, TO
THE SOUTHWESTERLY CORNER
THEREOF; THENCE SOUTH 89 DE-
GREES 59 MINUTES 50 SECONDS
WEST, 157.58 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 0 DEGREE 11 MINUTES 32
SECONDS WEST, 267.71 FEET, TO
THE SOUTHERLY LINE OF U. S.
ROUTE NO. 50; THENCE NORTH 89
DEGREES 59 MINUTES 50
SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
SOUTHERLY LINE OF SAID U. S.
ROUTE 50, 290.81 FEET, TO THE
BEGINNING POINT OF THIS DE-
SCRIPTION.
which conveyance was made to the
said Trustee in trust to secure the
payment of the Promissory Note de-
scribed in said Deed of Trust; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to said Deed of
Trust the holder of the aforesaid
Promissory Note has appointed the
undersigned, John S. Pletz, as Sub-
stitute Trustee as provided in said
Deed of Trust; and
WHEREAS, default was made and
still continues in the payment of said
note;
NOW THEREFORE, at the request of
the legal holder of said note and in
accordance with the provisions of
said Deed of Trust, the undersigned
Substitute Trustee will on August 22,
2013, between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m., to-wit, at 2:00 p.m.,
sell said property at public vendue to
the highest bidder for cash at the
South front door of the Cole County
Courthouse, 301 E. High Street,
Jefferson City, Missouri, to satisfy
said debt and the costs of executing
this trust.
John S. Pletz, Substitute Trustee
Dated: July 24, 2013
Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection
Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1692c(b),
no information concerning the collec-
tion of this debt may be given without
the prior consent of the consumer
given directly to the debt holder or
the express permission of a court or
competent jurisdiction.
N.T. July 26, August 2, 9, 16, 2013
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LONDON (AP) — For-
get “Mad Men” modernism.
This season’s style is all about
“Downton Abbey”’s Edwardian
opulence.
Millions around the world
have been seduced by the strait-
laced but stylish world of the
British historical drama. Soon
they’ll be able to take some of
that style home, getting lips as
soft as Lady Mary’s, wine inspired
by Lord Grantham’s favorite tip-
ple — and even walls as gray as
Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen.
Since it premiered in 2010,
the series about the family and
servants of a grand English
house in the 1910s and 1920s
has become a television jug-
gernaut, sold to 220 territories
around the world.
The program’s makers have
arguably been slow to exploit
the commercial potential of
that popularity through mer-
chandising, selling little more
than DVD sets, wall calendars
and desk diaries. But that is
about to change. Along with
the fourth season starting on
British TV next month, and on
PBS in January, comes a range
of merchandise that includes
a board game, homewares,
clothes, beauty products, and
even “Downton” wine.
All in the best possible taste,
of course.
“We haven’t rushed into
it,” executive producer Gareth
Neame told The Associated Press
this week. “We don’t want to car-
pet bomb the retail sector.”
In keeping with the pro-
gram’s posh-frothy image,
the products being rolled out
aim to be quirky rather than
kitschy.
This fall, British retail chain
Marks & Spencer will be sell-
ing a “Downton Abbey” beauty
line, including soap, nail polish,
lip gloss, lotion and scented
candles. The items are whim-
sically packaged and adorned
with quotations from the series,
including the advice offered
by Maggie Smith’s Dowager
Countess of Grantham in the
first episode: “No one wants to
kiss a girl in black.”
“Downton” merchandis-
ing in the U.S. and Canada is
handled by Knockout Licens-
ing, which has struck deals for
a jewelry range from Danbury
Mint and “Downton”-themed
Christmas ornaments from
Kurt Adler — both going on
sale later this year.
It also has a licensing agree-
ment with figurine manufacturer
Bradford Exchange, raising fans’
hopes for a range of “Downton”
dolls — Scheming Thomas and
Admirable Bates, perhaps.
North American fans also
can soon drink “Downton
Abbey” wine, marketed by
Wines That Rock, the Califor-
nia company behind Rolling
Stones’ 40 Licks Merlot and
Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the
Moon Cabernet Sauvignon.
The “Downton” red is a gen-
teel departure for the firm, a
French claret reminiscent of
those favored by the early 20th-
century British aristocracy.
Cele Otnes, a professor of
marketing at the University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
says the richly detailed world of
“Downton Abbey” is key to view-
ers’ intense bond with the show.
She likens it to “Mad Men”
— “It’s not just a television pro-
gram, it’s really an aesthetic”
— and cites reported rises in
sales of cravats, waistcoats
and sherry as evidence of a
“Downton”-driven appetite for
Edwardian elegance.
“It’s that whole thing about
presenting a lifestyle,” she said.
“We get in the house, we get
inside these characters’ lives.
We see inside their bedrooms,
their bathrooms, their kitch-
ens. We can absorb ourselves
not only in the story, which is
compelling, but in the details
of their lives.”
No detail is too small for
emulation — down to the paint
on the abbey walls.
Mylands, the London-based
paint company that supplies
the show with historically
accurate pigments, recently
began marketing two of its
“Downton” tones to the public
— Amber Gray, the color of the
downstairs kitchen overseen
by cook Mrs. Patmore, and
Empire Gray, which adorns Mr.
Carson’s butler’s pantry.
These are not just any grays.
They are “Downton” grays.
“On the sets they look quite
dark because they use them
below stairs,” said Mylands
spokeswoman Simone Barker.
But in real life, “they do look
extremely chic.”
Otneshopes “Downton”‘s
makers keep the products
tasteful rather than tacky.
As a fan, she urges produc-
ers to “take a page from Lord
and Lady Grantham’s pool of
reserve” and limit the range of
merchandise,
“I hope they don’t over-mar-
ket the show,” she said.
Neame — who heads ‘Down-
ton’ production company Car-
nival Films, owned by NBC Uni-
versal — isn’t worried.
“I don’t have a nervous atti-
tude about the idea of merchan-
dising,” said Neame, who per-
sonally approves every item of
merchandise. “When a show is
this global and this loved, I don’t
see any problem with offering
products to hardened fans who
want to extend their relationship
with the show that they love.
“We are businesspeople. We
are running a business, which
is to create intellectual prop-
erty and to monetize it. We sell
as many DVDs as we can, and
we sell the show in as many
countries as we can, and you
know what, by doing that we
get the money on the screen
and it allows me to finance
other shows that we want to
make and employ people. So
I’m not coy about the mer-
chandising and its purpose.”
Class act? ‘Downton Abbey’
enters merchandise fray
Worker dreams of trading
a cubicle for a classroom
DEAR ABBY: I am 39 and
have been at my job for 15
years. I don’t enjoy
it and haven’t since
day one. The work is
stressful and doesn’t
bring me one single
ounce of gratification.
I have always want-
ed to be an elemen-
tary school teacher,
but now I’m afraid that
ship has sailed. I’m
currently back in col-
lege for business (my
job helps to pay my tuition)
and feel like I’m not being fair
to myself. I don’t like finance,
and I was never good at math.
I get paid well and am well-
invested in my retirement plan,
but I’m miserable every minute
I must sit in my little cubicle. I
consider it my jail cell.
I need advice on where to
take my career because I’m not
getting any younger. Or is it
too late? — OVER THE HILL IN
NEW JERSEY
DEAR O.T.H.: You are not
incarcerated, and you are only
as trapped as you choose to
make yourself. Most colleges
have career counseling servic-
es, and you should avail your-
self of them.
If teaching children is your
heart’s desire, you will have to
take the time to prepare for
it, know ahead of time what
opportunities are available
and what the compensation
is. Make it your business to
find out before making any
drastic changes. You’ll be glad
you did.
DEAR ABBY: I fer-
vently want to help
my daughter and her
father (my ex) fix their
relationship. They are
both a lot alike — bull-
headed and stubborn.
They can’t see how
much they hurt each
other.
My daughter feels
he has chosen his
“new” family (wife and step-
children) over her because she
isn’t invited to family game
nights, dinners out, etc.
He feels she doesn’t appre-
ciate what he does for her.
She’s expecting a baby (our
first grandchild) in December,
and I think they should try to
mend fences before the birth
occurs. We lost our son (her
brother) three years ago, and I
know this figures into the fam-
ily dynamic as well. I just don’t
want to see them hurt each
other anymore. Can you help
me fix this? — ANXIOUS IN
COLORADO
DEAR ANXIOUS: I wish
you had clarified what your
ex “does” do for his daughter,
because from your descrip-
tion it appears he has done the
minimum and little else. Hav-
ing been excluded from “family
game nights and dinners out,”
it’s natural that she would feel
her father made a new family
and left her in the dust.
While I admire your
impulse to be the peacemaker,
I don’t think you can fix this.
Family counseling might be
able to mend the rift, but only
if all parties are willing.
DEAR ABBY: My wife died
on my birthday a few years
back. It was the most traumatic
thing that has ever happened
to me, and my birthday has
been depressing since.
Every year, people continue
to send cards and gifts, wishing
me a happy birthday. All I want
to do on that miserable day is
get through it. It will never be
“happy” for me again. Ever.
I don’t want to be nasty to
these well-meaning people,
but I really do want them to
stop. How can I convey that
my birthday is not a happy
occasion anymore? — PARTY
POOPER IN NEW MEXICO
DEAR PARTY POOPER: I
am sorry for your loss. A way
to ensure your message gets
across would be to write or call
these well-meaning individu-
als, thank them for their good
wishes and tell them exactly
what you have written to me.
I think you expressed it very
well.
Dear Abby is written by Abi-
gail Van Buren, also known
as Jeanne Phillips, and was
founded by her mother, Pauline
Phillips. Write Dear Abby at
www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box
69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.
Dear Abby
AP
Sophie McShera, right, and Phyllis Logan, cast members in
the Masterpiece series “Downton Abbey,” take part in a panel
discussion on the show at the PBS Summer 2013 TCA press
tour in Beverly Hills, Calif. Millions around the world have
been seduced by the straight-laced but stylish, old-fashioned
but opulent world of the British drama. Soon they’ll be able
to take some of that style home, getting lips as soft as Lady
Mary’s, wine inspired by Lord Grantham’s favorite tipple —and
even walls as gray as Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen.
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Questions:
1) “Duck Dodgers,” a 2003-05 animated series that aired
on the Cartoon Network, was a sendup of what space
jockey from Saturday matinee movie serials?
2) Duck Dodgers, who previously appeared in vintage Warner
Bros. cartoons as well, often found himself matching wits with
a testy Martian. What was that character’s first name?
3) As in the older cartoons, the Cartoon Network series
featured what endearing cartoon character as Eager
Young Space Cadet, Duck Dodgers’ able sidekick?
4) Daffy Duck co-starred in the 1996 movie comedy
“Space Jam” with what real-life basketball legend?
5) In 1980, what producer-director commissioned car-
toonist Chuck Jones to create a “Duck Dodgers” sequel to
be released theatrically with one of the “Star Wars” films?
6) In 1937, Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny were introduced
as foils for another character who was then the reigning
cartoon star at Warner Bros. Can you name him?
7) What was Daffy called in his first screen appearance?
8) “Ali Baba Bunny” emphasized which of Daffy’s person-
ality traits most strongly?
9) “Duck Amuck” found Daffy being tormented by an un-
seen artist who kept re-drawing Daffy and his surround-
ings. Who was the mischievous brush-holder?
10) In 1965-68 theatrically released cartoon shorts, Daffy
Duck was teamed with what high-energy cartoon co-star?
August 16, 2013
to August 22,
2013
Tuppence Middleton and Tom Hughes star in “The Lady
Vanishes: Masterpiece Mystery!” Sunday on PBS.
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‘The Lady Vanishes’ appears on PBS
By Jacqueline Cutler
© Zap2it
Taking on a Hitchcock title borders on cinematic
heresy for many. Yet the new version of “The Lady
Vanishes” is not trying to remake the master’s
1938 version.
Airing Sunday on PBS (check local listings),
“The Lady Vanishes: Masterpiece Mystery!” hews
closer to the novel than the film, but the basic
story is the same. It’s a film shot rich with ambers
and shadows, perfect for a mystery.
The story unfolds in 1931 on a train traveling
from the Balkans and revolves around an indepen-
dent, wealthy young British woman, Iris (Tuppence
Middleton, “Inspector Lewis”).
“When you first meet her, she is not a particu-
larly likable person,” Middleton says. “Taking this
character, who was actually quite spoiled and
privileged, and making her into this likable char-
acter” was her aim.
It’s already been a rough day for Iris — and
a somewhat confusing one for the audience. Iris
bribes the ticket agent at the train depot into
selling her a ticket, though she can’t secure a
reserved seat.
About to board, Iris loses consciousness, and
precisely what happens then is where it becomes
muddled for viewers. But stick with it; once she is
on the train, the story picks up.
As with any train, particularly when people
are going to be aboard it for some time, they are
aware of one another, which is an important plot
point.
“You are rather young to be traveling alone,”
notes one biddy trying to get in her business. “Your
family will be worried.”
“I have none,” Iris retorts. “Aren’t I lucky?”
Iris encounters nothing but unfriendly and, in
some cases, downright hostile passengers. An
older woman, Miss Froy (Selina Cadell, “Doc
Martin”), takes Iris under her care, fussing about
her, ordering tea and chattering. The woman never
stops chattering.
Soon, Miss Froy simply vanishes from the mov-
ing train.
Many people definitely saw her, though they
deny it. People have their own reasons for lying.
Iris is made out to be mad or — as is more favored
for 1931 — a hysterical young woman in need of
supervision.
Iris questions the passengers, trying to jog
their memories about this most average-look-
ing woman in the tweed suit. No luck. She grows increas-
ingly agitated and eventually encounters a professor and
his younger associate, Max (Tom Hughes), who is instantly
smitten with her.
“He has traveled the world a little bit,” Hughes says of his
character. “She is like no other woman he has ever met. He
has this ability to stand back and watch things, albeit with
a youthful naivete. He has never met a girl with that much
wealth — and (is) that complicated and that ballsy.”
Max wants to believe Iris, but all of the evidence indicates
Iris is inventing Miss Froy. Iris is convinced Miss Froy met
an evil end. People who she knows had seen them together
refuse to acknowledge this truth.
But why? Why would a pleasant middle-aged lady vanish,
and why would everyone who had seen her deny it?
A train is the perfect setting for such a mystery.
“I think they are kind of their own environment,” Middleton
says. “It is a bit as if you are on a holiday or if you are on a
set. It is almost an alternate reality, and it feels like nothing
else exists outside of that. You are traveling. The one con-
stant is your surroundings and the people on the train.”
“There is always danger, excitement and danger,” Middle-
ton says. “Although if something bad happens, everything is
more heightened in that sort of environment.”
Iris is furious as she questions people who she knows
saw Miss Froy, and person after person simply does not
want to get involved for personal reasons. One man is having
an affair and doesn’t want authorities questioning him. One
woman is rushing home because her son has died.
A doctor aboard the train wants to put Iris in a hospital,
and though she refuses, he insists. He wants to sedate her,
which she also refuses. Eventually, the doctor, who seems
reasonable as Iris grows more agitated, manages to sneak
in a sedative, using Max as an accomplice.
“I was shocked when Max spiked the soup because he
seemed like the old all-American hero,” Hughes says. “Every-
thing about him is upfront and optimistic. Everyone has their
weaknesses. The doctor is an evil soul. He had his hand on
the shoulder, whispering in Max’s ear.”
It would be too much of a spoiler to relay what happened
to Miss Froy and why.
It is, though, safe to say that this ending differs from the
Hitchcock version.
“The reason Hitchcock would have adapted the original
story is it is classic,” Middleton says. “It is a bit of everything
— action, thriller, a mystery to it. A bit of every genre to it.”
“You can enjoy the costumes, and you can enjoy the ’30s
setting, but ultimately it is about being young and slightly lost
in the world and taking a risk and people taking advantage
of that and trusting yourself when everyone else is question-
ing you — even yourself,” Hughes says. “It is a psychological
thriller, far more than an edge-of-your seat thriller.”
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sportslistings
Who said that?
By George Dickie
© Zap2it
Identify the authors of the following
quotes:
1) “One of the advantages bowling has over golf is
that you seldom lose a bowling ball.”
2) “I celebrate a victory when I start walking off the
field. By the time I get to the locker room, I’m done.”
3) “The day you take complete responsibility for your-
self, the day you stop making excuses, that’s the day
you start to the top.”
4) “The fewer rules a coach has, the fewer rules there
are for players to break.”
5) “When we played, World Series checks meant
something. Now all they do is screw up your taxes.”
6) “I don’t think the discus will ever attract any interest
until they let us start throwing them at one another.”
7) “If you make every game a life-and-death thing,
you’re going to have problems. You’ll be dead a lot.”
8) “Cricket is baseball on Valium.”
A n s w e r s :
1 ) D o n C a r t e r
2 ) F o r m e r N e b r a s k a f o o t b a l l c o a c h T o m O s b o r n e
3 ) O . J . S i m p s o n
4 ) J o h n M a d d e n
5 ) D o n D r y s d a l e
6 ) A l O e r t e r
7 ) D e a n S m i t h
8 ) R o b i n W i l l i a m s
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Adam Sandler’s Top 10 Movies
“Funny People” (2009):
Tempering his usual act for
writer-director Judd Apatow,
Sandler plays a terminally
ill comedian who decides to
show a newcomer (Seth Ro-
gen) the ropes.
“You Don’t Mess
With the Zohan” (2008):
Sandler is in fine form in this
spy spoof as an Israeli com-
mando posing as a New York
hairstylist.
“I Now Pronounce You
Chuck and Larry” (2007):
Sandler and Kevin James
make appealing cohorts as
firefighters who pretend to be
gay.
“Reign Over Me”
(2007): Sandler goes effec-
tively dramatic as a man dev-
astated by personal results of
9/11, with his former college
roommate (Don Cheadle) his
only possible salvation.
“Anger Management”
(2003): Sandler and Jack
Nicholson show their stuff
with fine results, with Sandler
counseled by therapist Nich-
olson.
“Big Daddy” (1999):
A warm yet typically goofy-
funny Sandler plays a slacker
who appoints himself surro-
gate father to his unaware
roommate’s young son (twins
Dylan and Cole Sprouse).
“The Waterboy”
(1998): Only on the side-
lines for so long, Sandler’s
title character becomes the
secret weapon of the football
team he serves.
“The Wedding Singer”
(1998): A Broadway musi-
cal’s source, this Sandler fun
fest casts him as the title
crooner, who gets a renewed
belief in love from a sweet
waitress (Drew Barrymore).
“Happy Gilmore”
(1996): Sandler’s fisticuffs on
a golf course with “The Price
Is Right” icon Bob Barker will
remain among the most re-
membered moments of both
men’s careers.
“Billy Madison” (1995):
Sandler becomes the oldest
student in his class as he
returns to school to ensure
his inheritance from his rich
family.
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really open to changing something on the spot.” — Vincent Kartheiser of “Animation Domination
High-Def” on Fox, about his voice work on the segment “High School USA!”
“There were those bonding moments. I did not know (the contestants), and they would share
their products and their dreams ... and in at least two instances, they turned to me and said, ‘You’re
the reason I’m doing this.’ And honestly, the tears would come. I was so touched.” — Debbi Fields
of “Supermarket Superstar” on Lifetime, about the impact her founding of Mrs. Fields Cookies had
on some of the show’s competitors
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once people have identified you in advertising as ‘the guy who writes the best copy for sodas,’ the
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opportunities “ — Sam Champion of “Good Morning America” on ABC, about his recent co-hosting
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The Middle
Frankie and Mike (Patricia Heaton,
Neil Flynn) don’t have plans for their
20th anniversary, but when he ignores
a phone call from her, she fears he’s
losing interest. Sue (Eden Sher) tries
to get Brick and Axl (Atticus Shaffer,
Charlie McDermott) to help her plan a
party for their folks, but they’re distract-
ed; Brick’s reaction to having the end-
ing of a beloved book spoiled has his
big brother — who spilled the beans
— freaking out in “Twenty Years.”
monday
9 p.m. on KRCG
Under the Dome
A mysterious woman named Max-
ine (Natalie Zea, “Justified”) shows
up in Chester’s Mill in this new
episode. Her arrival has Big Jim and
Barbie (Dean Norris, Mike Vogel) re-
alizing their lives are more intercon-
nected than they’d thought, as they
both know this woman. Rachelle
Lefevre and Alex Koch also star in
“The Fourth Hand.”
tuesday
9 p.m. on KRCG
Person of Interest
As Finch and Reese (Michael Em-
erson, Jim Caviezel) try to protect a
brilliant surgeon, they discover that a
third party has raised the stakes, forc-
ing them to seek help from an unlikely
source in “Critical.” Sharon Leal (“Bos-
ton Public”) and Julian Sands (“24”)
guest star.
thursday
9:01 p.m. on KMIZ
Rookie Blue
Traci (Enuka Okuma) finds herself
investigating her first homicide in the
wake of a routine drug bust. Andy,
Nick and Gail (Missy Peregrym, Pe-
ter Mooney, Charlotte Sullivan) work
overtime trying to solve the unusual
case. Swarek, Oliver, Chris and Dov
(Ben Bass, Matt Gordon, Travis Milne,
Gregory Smith) spend a weekend at
Oliver’s new cabin, enjoying some guy
time as they work on the generator, in
the new episode “You Are Here.”
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NFL Preseason Football
Two teams that figure to contend for playoff berths this year clash tonight
at Gillette Stadium, where Tom Brady and the New England Patriots wel-
come in Josh Freeman and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Pats still have
an elite offense with Brady at the helm, but their defense likely will give up
as many points as the offense can score. Defense is not a problem for the
Bucs, who added ex-Jet All-Pro Darrelle Revis to the secondary.
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The Mentalist
As the CBI team works with the FBI to investigate the murder of a hotel
employee, Jane (Simon Baker) tries to figure out how Lorelei Martins (Em-
manuelle Chriqui) is connected to Red John. Polly Walker and Ivan Sergei
guest star as FBI agents in “The Red Glass Bead.” Robin Tunney and Tim
Kang also star.
8 p.m. on KOMU
Crossing Lines
In the opener of a two-part story,
Dorn (Donald Sutherland) has some
new information that could lead to
Alexander Dimitrov’s (Marcel Iures)
capture. This is good news for Louis
(Marc Lavoine) and his wife, who
have never gotten over his murder of
their son. Hickman (William Fichtner)
becomes a suspect in the death of
one woman and the disappearance
of another in the new episode “New
Scars/Old Wounds, Part 1.” Part 2 fol-
lows immediately.
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Kirstie Alley runs ‘Baby Sellers’ racket in Lifetime drama
By Jay Bobbin
© Zap2it
Two familiar television faces wel-
comed the opportunity that one proj-
ect gave them to change things up.
The fact-inspired Lifetime drama
“Baby Sellers,” premiering Saturday,
Aug. 17, offers Kirstie Alley and
Jennifer Finnigan (“Monday Morn-
ings”) chances for something dif-
ferent. “Cheers” and “Dancing With
the Stars” alum Alley notably un-
derplays the part of a seemingly
respectable adoption agency chief
with a worldwide network, her illegal
supply chain for the youngsters she
needs.
The Immigration and Customs
Enforcement agent portrayed by
Finnigan is on to the scheme. She
infiltrates the operation, and one
notable scene gives the actresses
a face to face confrontation remi-
niscent of the midstory showdown
between Al Pacino and Robert De
Niro in 1995’s “Heat.”
“I get to be the bad guy, right?”
Alley asks with a knowing laugh. “I
think when you’re the bad guy, you
think you’re the good guy, or you
wouldn’t do what you do. You have
to justify it. I think every villain thinks
they’re right, though they may be
crazy. I don’t think they know they’re
crazy, and that’s what the danger is.
“This woman knows these kids in
these Third World countries might
not make it to 3 years old and that
they probably will have horrible lives
... and that’s how I played it,” adds
Alley. “She does have a point. Yes,
she’s ripping babies away from their
mothers, but it’s a bit like going out
on Hollywood Boulevard and ripping
a crack baby away from its mother.”
Previously a star of such other
series as “Close to Home” and “Bet-
ter With You,” Finnigan — a three-
time Daytime Emmy winner for her
tenure as Bridget Forrester on CBS’
“The Bold and the Beautiful” — en-
joyed turning into a very physical
action heroine for certain “Baby Sell-
ers” sequences.
“I took karate for a couple of
years,” she reports. “I love combat;
I just get to do it so rarely. When I
was working with the stunt doubles
and they were teaching me the fight
routines, I think they thought I was
a little crazy. We’d rehearse and re-
hearse, and two or three hours later,
I’d be like, ‘Keep going!’ And they
were like, ‘OK, you’re good. You’ve
got it.’ I loved every minute, but I was
a sore girl for a few days.”
India and Brazil were among lo-
cations used in the film by veteran
executive producer Robert Halmi Sr.
Finnigan confirms the atmosphere
not only helped her performance,
she was “forever changed” by it.
“After having seen the way so
many of those communities are,” she
reflects, “I get to come back home to
comfort. I’ll never take what I have
for granted again. When you’re ‘in it,’
it’s a completely different experience
from shooting in a studio. I think it
made me a better actor and a better
person.”
Alley allows she found “Baby Sell-
ers” educational in a sense. “I’ve
been aware of human trafficking;
I just wasn’t aware of this baby
market until this movie. I have two
adopted kids, and I went through it
in a very civil and conservative way.
I wasn’t really privy to this sort of op-
eration, and I had my eyes opened
by this.”
Now filming a TV Land sitcom
slated to premiere in December
— and to reunite her with “Cheers”
co-star Rhea Perlman — Alley is
pleased “Baby Sellers” is timed as
it is.
“I like to do what I haven’t done
very much of,” she says, “so I was
excited to play this interesting sort
of villain. I guess every actor’s plight
is to find as many different roles to
play as they can.”
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SPIKE ¨ 71 241 168 (1:56) ›› “Fantastic Four” (2005) (:27) ››› “Batman Begins” (2005) Christian Bale, Michael Caine. ’ ››‡ “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift” (2006) ’ Ink Master ’ Å Ink Master ’ Å
AMC ≠ 31 254 130 ››› “Scarface” (1983) Al Pacino. A Cuban immigrant fights to the top of Miami’s drug trade. ›››› “The Godfather” (1972, Crime Drama) Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan. Å ››‡ “Next of Kin”
USA Æ 38 242 105 Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Necessary Roughness CSI: Crime Scene
DISN ∞ 52 290 172 “Adventures of Sharkboy” Phineas Phineas Phineas Jessie ’ Jessie ’ Phineas and Ferb (N) Austin (:40) Jessie Dog Good Luck Austin Austin Austin Shake It
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OXY ≤ 61 251 127 (2:30) ››› “Freedom Writers” (2007, Drama) ›› “My Super Ex-Girlfriend” (2006) ››› “13 Going on 30” (2004) Premiere. ››› “Sex and the City” (2008) Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall.
SYFY ≥ 73 244 122 “2010: Moby Dick” ››‡ “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” (2006) Å WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (N) ’ Å Continuum (N) Heroes of Cosplay Continuum
BRAVO ¥ 72 273 129 Inside the Actors Studio Former guests return. To Be Announced Matchmaker To Be Announced Housewives/OC Real Housewives ›› “Honey” (2003) Jessica Alba, Mekhi Phifer.
HIST μ 56 120 Modern Marvels Å Modern Marvels Å Modern Marvels Å American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers (:02) American Pickers (:01) American Pickers
TRAV ∂ 64 277 215 The Dead Files Å Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures The Dead Files Å The Dead Files Å Ghost Adventures
FOOD ∑ 62 231 110 Cupcake Wars Cupcake Wars Diners Diners Restaurant: Impossible Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners The Shed The Shed Diners Diners
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E! ∫ 65 236 114 Kardashian ››› “Ever After: A Cinderella Story” (1998, Romance) E! News (N) Pop Innovators Fashion Police (N) Fashion Police Chelsea E! News Chelsea
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Page 8 TV Week, August 16 to August 22, 2013
Nattie Neidhart of “Total Divas”
on E! Entertainment Television
“I record, always, ‘Monday Night
Raw,’ ‘Friday Night Smackdown.’
... And then, I can’t miss ‘Cold Case
Files.’ I love ‘Cold Case Files,’ and
I love watching Nancy Grace and I
love watching Anderson Cooper. And
obviously, I love watching ‘Keeping Up
With the Kardashians.’ That is one of
the things I never miss. So when I’m not
home, I make sure that I record all those
shows so I don’t miss a thing.”
Poppy Montgomery of “Unforgettable” on CBS
“I am obsessed with the ‘Real Housewives’ shows, to the point
where I made my boyfriend walk into Kyle’s (Richards) store
in Beverly Hills because they were filming there. I was like, ‘I
can’t be on that show because I’m on a show, so you have
to go in and buy something so I can look for you on the next
season.’ And he went in and bought me a $2,000 necklace.
Ben Bass of
“Rookie Blue”
on ABC
“I’ve been watching
‘Game of Thrones’
and rewatching
‘House of Cards.’
And I’m revisiting
‘The Wire,’ which is
just so well-done.”
Aaron Sorkin
of “The
Newsroom” on
HBO
“I record ‘Veep’ and
‘Girls,’ and until
the series ended, I
was evangelical for
nine years about
‘The Office.’ And I
have been for five
years about ‘Parks
and Recreation.’ I
think those (last two)
shows are miracles.”
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ESPN > 35 206 140 SportsCenter Å SportsCenter Å SportsCenter Å SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å Little League Baseball NASCAR NASCAR Racing
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MSN B 47 356 209 Weekends-Witt Up W/Steve Kornacki (N) Melissa Harris-Perry (N) Weekends With Alex Witt (N) MSNBC Live (N)
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FX E 77 248 137 How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met Two Men Two Men Two Men Two Men ›› “Sucker Punch” (2011, Action) Emily Browning. ››‡ “What Women Want”
TNT F 49 245 138 Law & Order “Refuge” Perception “Asylum” King & Maxwell Å Major Crimes Å Rizzoli & Isles Å Law & Order ’ ›‡ “Beyond a Reasonable Doubt” (2009) “Edge of Darkness”
WE G 167 260 128 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Proactiv WEN Hair More Sex Patrick ›››‡ “Chocolat” (2000) Juliette Binoche, Lena Olin. My Fair Wedding My Fair Wedding My Fair Wedding Wedding
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CNN J 38 202 200 (5:00) New Day Saturday (N) Your Mney CNN Saturday Morning CNN Newsroom (N) CNN Newsroom (N) Your Mney Next List CNN Newsroom (N)
HLN K 39 HLN Weekend Express With Natasha Curry Nancy Nancy Detectives Detectives
TVL L 70 304 106 (:12) Three’s Company 3’s Co. 3’s Co. 3’s Co. 3’s Co. Cosby Cosby Soul Man Cosby (:12) The Cosby Show Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby (:12) The Cosby Show
FAM M 50 311 180 Daddy ››› “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” (1989) ››‡ “Honey, I Blew Up the Kid” (1992) ››‡ “Little Giants” (1994) Rick Moranis, Ed O’Neill. ››‡ “The Little Rascals” (1994) Bug Hall
TBS N 51 247 139 Prince Prince Payne Browns There Yet? Jim Rules Rules King ›› “The Wedding Date” (2005) (:15) ›› “Monster-in-Law” (2005) Jennifer Lopez. Raymond
TOON O 45 296 176 Teen Johnny T Beyblade Pokémon Beyblade Beyblade Batman Teen Annoying Adventure Adventure Annoying Gumball Gumball Gumball Incredible Annoying Regular
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AP Q 58 282 184 To Be Announced To Be Announced
TLC R 55 280 183 Perf. Yard Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Epic Houseboats (N) Epic Log Homes ’ Epic RVs ’ Å Epic Pools (N) Å Cellblock 6 Cellblock 6 Cellblock 6
MTV Y 42 331 160 Parental 16 and Pregnant ’ Å 16 and Pregnant ’ Å ››› “(500) Days of Summer” (2009) ’ 10 on Top Catfish: The TV Show Awkward. Awkward. Awkward. Awkward.
VH1 Z 41 335 162 VH1 Plus Music ’ VH1 Plus Music ’ Top 20 Count. Top 20 Count. ›››‡ “Jerry Maguire” (1996) Tom Cruise, Cuba Gooding Jr. ’ (:10) ››› “Risky Business” (1983) ’ Å
CMT [ 40 327 166 (5:00) CMT Music ’ CMT Social Hour CMT Music ’ Hot 20 Countdown (N) ››› “Good Morning, Vietnam” (1987) Å
SPIKE ¨ 71 241 168 Tummy Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Williams Xtreme Horse. Trucks! ’ MuscleCar Tattoo Tattoo (10:55) ›› “Fantastic Four” (2005) Ioan Gruffudd. ’ (:26) ››› “Kick-Ass” (2010) ’
AMC ≠ 31 254 130 “The Public Enemy” Hell on Wheels Å ››‡ “Next of Kin” (1989) Patrick Swayze. ›››› “The Godfather” (1972, Crime Drama) Marlon Brando, Al Pacino. Å
USA Æ 38 242 105 Cook Safe Cook Safe Paid Prog. Sonic Duo Royal Pains Burn Notice Suits Å (DVS) Graceland NCIS “Reveille” Å NCIS “Forced Entry” NCIS “Silver War” ’
DISN ∞ 52 290 172 Mickey Doc McSt. Pirates Sofia Jessie ’ Jessie ’ ANT Farm Jessie ’ Phineas and Ferb ’ Dog Dog Dog Gravity Gravity Gravity Gravity ANT Farm
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OXY ≤ 61 251 127 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Snapped Å ››‡ “The Royal Tenenbaums” (2001) Gene Hackman. ››› “Freedom Writers” (2007, Drama) Hilary Swank. ›› “My Super Ex-Girlfriend” (2006)
SYFY ≥ 73 244 122 Proactiv WEN Hair Cook Safe Cook Safe “Chupacabra: Dark Seas” (2005, Horror) Å ›› “Rock Monster” (2008) Chad Collins. › “Yeti” (2008, Horror) Peter DeLuise. Å ›› “Ogre” (2008)
BRAVO ¥ 72 273 129 Property Property Interior Therapy Interior Therapy Interior Therapy Interior Therapy Eat, Drink, Love Real Housewives Housewives/OC Below Deck
HIST μ 56 120 Ancient Aliens Å Ancient Aliens Investigating aliens. Å Ancient Aliens Å Ancient Aliens Å Ancient Aliens Å Ancient Aliens Å Ancient Aliens Å Ancient Aliens Å
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E! ∫ 65 236 114 Pop Innovators Fashion Police Vanessa The Soup E! News (N) ››› “Ever After: A Cinderella Story” (1998, Romance) ››‡ “Shallow Hal” (2001) Gwyneth Paltrow.
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JCTV ¡ 109 Top 10 Videos Conqueror Manna History Heavenly I-Shine Peculiar Music Videos Top 10 Video What’s So Funny? Laugh/Skit Cruise 40/40
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CW % 2 14 36 ››‡ “Charlie Bartlett” (2007) Anton Yelchin. ››‡ “The Cake Eaters” (2007, Drama) Å Cheaters ’ Å Cops ’ Cops ’ News ’70s Show The Border ’ Å Payne Cops ’
KMOS & 9 6 6 MotorWeek Cook’s Baking Well Read Nature Å (DVS) Lawrence Welk Season Red Green KMOS Live Rock, Pop and Doo Wop (My Music) Architect Just Seen
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FNC A 48 360 205 America’s News Headquarters (N) FOX Report (N) Huckabee (N) Justice With Jeanine Geraldo at Large (N) Jour. FOX News Justice With Jeanine
MSN B 47 356 209 Karen Finney The Ed Show (N) Caught on Camera Caught on Camera Caught on Camera Lockup Lockup (N) Lockup: Indiana Lockup: Indiana
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WE G 167 260 128 Wedding My Fair Wedding My Fair Wedding My Fair Wedding › “Coyote Ugly” (2000) Piper Perabo, Adam Garcia. › “Coyote Ugly” (2000) Piper Perabo, Adam Garcia. Wedding
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HLN K 39 Detectives Detectives Detectives Detectives Detectives Detectives Detectives Detectives Detectives Detectives Detectives Detectives Detectives Detectives Nancy Grace Mysteries Detectives Detectives
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TBS N 51 247 139 Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’ King Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Sullivan Deal With ››‡ “Just Friends”
TOON O 45 296 176 Regular Regular ››‡ “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” (2010, Comedy) ››‡ “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules” King of Hill Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy Cleveland Boondocks Bleach (N) Naruto
NICK P 32 299 170 Sam & Cat Sam & Cat Hathaways Hathaways SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob Sam & Cat Hathaways Marvin Big Time See Dad The Nanny Friends Friends Friends ’ Friends ’
AP Q 58 282 184 To Be Announced Too Cute! ’ Å America’s Cutest (N) Too Cute! (N) ’ Too Cute! ’ Too Cute! ’ Too Cute! ’
TLC R 55 280 183 Cellblock 6 Cellblock 6 Cellblock 6 Untold Stories of ER Untold Stories of ER Untold Stories of ER Untold Stories of ER Untold Stories of ER Untold Stories of ER
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VH1 Z 41 335 162 Risky Bus. (:20) Couples Therapy Love, Hip Hop La La Marry T.I.-Tiny 40 Greatest Pranks 3 40 Greatest Pranks 3 “Sound City” (2013) The history of the recording studio. Artists
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AMC ≠ 31 254 130 Godfather ›››› “The Godfather, Part II” (1974, Crime Drama) Al Pacino, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton. Å Hell on Wheels (N) Hell on Wheels Å ››› “Scarface” (1983) Al Pacino. Å
USA Æ 38 242 105 NCIS “Deception” ’ NCIS “Blowback” ’ NCIS ’ Å NCIS “Jack Knife” ’ NCIS “Borderland” ’ NCIS “Psych Out” ’ NCIS “Need to Know” Graceland (:01) Suits
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SYFY ≥ 73 244 122 (2:00) ›› “Ogre” Å “Snow Beast” (2011) John Schneider. Å “Axe Giant: The Wrath of Paul Bunyan” (2013) “Bigfoot” (2012) Danny Bonaduce. Å (:01) “Snow Beast” (2011) John Schneider. Å
BRAVO ¥ 72 273 129 Below Deck Below Deck Million Dollar LA Million Dollar LA Million Dollar LA Million Dollar LA ›‡ “Gone in Sixty Seconds” (2000, Action) Nicolas Cage. Gone
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TRAV ∂ 64 277 215 Food Paradise Å Food Paradise Å Food Paradise Å Food Paradise Å Monumental Mysteries Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures
FOOD ∑ 62 231 110 Food Truck Race Food Truck Race Food Truck Race Food Truck Race Food Truck Race Food Truck Race Food Truck Race Iron Chef America Food Truck Race
HGTV ∏ 30 229 112 Property Property Property Property Hunters Hunt Intl Hunters Hunt Intl Love It or List It Å Love It or List It Å Hunters Hunt Intl Hunters Hunt Intl Love It or List It Å
COM π 69 249 107 (1:48) ›› “Beerfest” (3:52) ››‡ “American Pie 2” (2001) Å (5:56) ›‡ “Grandma’s Boy” (2006) Å ›› “50 First Dates” (2004) Adam Sandler. (:04) ››‡ “Jackass 3D” (2010) Premiere.
E! ∫ 65 236 114 Total Divas Kardashian Pop Innovators E! News ››‡ “Austin Powers in Goldmember” (2002) Total Divas Fashion Police Chelsea The Soup
BET ª 68 329 124 Scandal ’ Å Scandal ’ Å Scandal ’ Å Scandal ’ Å Scandal ’ Å Scandal ’ Å ››› “Love & Basketball” (2000) Sanaa Lathan, Omar Epps. Å
JCTV ¡ 109 Music Videos “The Penny” (2010) Tom Lodewyck. Music Vid Ventures The Drive Music Videos Top 10 Video Night/Joy 1music What’s So Funny?
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celebrityscoop... By Jacqueline Cutler
By Jacqueline Cutler
Q:
Where is home?
A:
L.A. is home. It’s where the kids go to school. I lived
in Australia for two years. It was fun. I am an L.A. girl.
In L.A., you can be work-work-work or completely re-
lax. Here in New York, if I was just relaxing, I felt like I
should be doing something.
Q:
As you judge the hopefuls for “America’s Got Talent,”
what are you looking for?
A:
Someone supertalented, someone who makes us
say, ‘Wow! We are seeing someone doing something
incredible.”
Q:
You stand up to Howard Stern. What’s your relationship
like?
A:
Howard and I have a little bit of a go at each other. I
got him to a club. It was, “Put your hands in the air.”
Nick (Cannon) was DJ’ing. I tell him, “You are not
the boss of my buzzer.”
Q:
That’s a beautiful rock on your finger. What is it?
A:
It’s a yellow diamond. It got bigger through the
years. I can’t believe I am married seven years. I
married my best friend, my everything.
Q:
What do you like to do with your kids?
A:
Hang out at the pool and hang out at the house.
We have a movie theater.
Q:
When did you know you wanted to be an entertainer?
A:
When I was young, I would pretend to have a ra-
dio show for my family and make them applaud.
Q:
Do you have a guiding philosophy?
A:
My first tattoo: qi — spirit, heart and mind.
Mel B
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ESPN > 35 206 140 SportsCenter Å SportsCenter (N) (Live) Outside Reporters SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å NASCAR Countdown NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup: Pure Michigan 400. (N) (Live)
ESPN2 ? 36 209 144 SportsCenter Special Bassmasters (N) NASCAR Now (N) Baseball Junior League, Final: Teams TBA. Little League Baseball Baseball Senior League, Final: Teams TBA.
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FNC A 48 360 205 (5:00) FOX and Friends Sunday (N) News HQ Housecall America’s News HQ America’s News Headquarters (N) Fox News Sunday Jour. FOX News
MSN B 47 356 209 Hardball Business Up W/Steve Kornacki (N) Melissa Harris-Perry (N) Weekends With Alex Witt (N) Meet the Press Å MSNBC Live (N)
CNBC C 46 355 208 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Cancer Hair Loss Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Cook Safe Paid Prog. Cook Safe Paid Prog. Daily deal Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog.
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TNT F 49 245 138 Law & Order ’ Law & Order ’ Law & Order ’ Franklin & Bash Å Law & Order “Thrill” Law & Order “Denial” ››› “The Firm” (1993) Tom Cruise, Jeanne Tripplehorn. Å
WE G 167 260 128 DeepClean WEN Hair Hour of Power Vivica Fox More Sex Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne
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CNN J 38 202 200 (5:00) New Day Sunday (N) State of the Union Fareed Zakaria GPS Reliable Sources (N) State of the Union Fareed Zakaria GPS CNN Newsroom (N) Your Money (N)
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FAM M 50 311 180 ›› “Dennis the Menace” (1993, Comedy) ›› “Richie Rich” (1994) Macaulay Culkin. ››‡ “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” (1992) ››› “A Bug’s Life” (1998) Kevin Spacey Toy Story
TBS N 51 247 139 Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’ Sullivan Deal With King King ›› “Valentine’s Day” (2010) Jessica Alba. Å (DVS) MLB Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers at Philadelphia Phillies.
TOON O 45 296 176 Dragons Johnny T Beyblade Pokémon Legends Ben 10 Batman Teen Annoying Grojband Grojband MAD Annoying Regular Regular Annoying Adventure Adventure
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MTV Y 42 331 160 Mind Right Mind Right Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Being Maci (N) ’ Sweet 16 Blingest Sweet 16 Blingest Sweet 16 Blingest Sweet 16 Blingest Sweet 16 Blingest
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USA Æ 38 242 105 Cook Safe Jeremiah P. Chris J. Osteen Summer Camp Å Necessary Roughness Covert Affairs ›‡ “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” (2009) NCIS ’ Å NCIS ’ Å
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Adam Sandler is back
in ‘Grown Ups’ territory
By Jay Bobbin
If ever there was a movie that will not reinvent the form,
“Grown Ups 2” is it.
Not only is it a sequel, it’s a sequel to an Adam Sandler com-
edy. Combined, those two factors make it clear that you’re in for
more of something that came before.
And that something is the typical brand of Sandler humor,
which certainly has its audience, confirmed by the business that
the “Saturday Night Live” alum’s movies continue to do .. and
which “Grown Ups 2” reaffirmed its opening weekend.
Unless it’s one of his departures such as “Punch-Drunk Love”
or “Reign Over Me,” there’s little question of what a filmgoer is in
for. And while that may be predictable, it’s also reliable.
Which is not to say Daniel Day-Lewis has anything to worry
about in award rivalry terms. “Grown Ups 2” largely is made up of
the continuing adventures of Lenny, Sandler’s character who has
relocated from Hollywood back to his quaint hometown.
There, he gets to spend more quality time — and please note
we’re using the term “quality” loosely here — with the longtime
pals played by fellow returnees Kevin James, Chris Rock and
David Spade. Rob Schneider is missing this time; for that fact
alone, whatever he’s paying his agent, it’s not enough.
Apart from the group scenes, each of the guys has his own
story, Sandler’s being his uncertainty about his wife’s (Salma
Hayek) desire to add to their brood. Don’t expect any lasting
revelations from that subplot, though: Like the first film, “Grown
Ups 2” is built for snickers and guffaws, and perish the serious
thought that tries to intrude.
Maybe the funniest thing about “Grown Ups 2,” also like its
forerunner, is its title. There’s virtually nothing remotely grown-
up about this movie, but that’s just the way Sandler’s followers
like him.
And we’d speculate that he and the picture’s other makers are
grown-up enough to know it, but we’re not quite sure we should
take that leap.
AAd SS dl i b k
the continuing adventures of Lenny Sandler’s character who has
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TNT F 49 245 138 ››› “1408” (2007, Horror) John Cusack. Å ››‡ “Disturbia” (2007) Shia LaBeouf. ››› “A Time to Kill” (1996, Drama) Sandra Bullock. Å (DVS) ››› “A Time to Kill” (1996) Sandra Bullock.
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NICK P 32 299 170 Parents Parents Sam & Cat Sam & Cat Sam & Cat Hathaways Hathaways Hathaways See Dad Wendell ››› “Rugrats in Paris: The Movie” (2000) ’ Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’
AP Q 58 282 184 To Be Announced To Be Announced Gator Boys ’ Off Hook Off Hook Wildman Wildman Gator Boys (N) ’ Wildman Wildman Gator Boys ’
TLC R 55 280 183 Who Do You Who Do You Who Do You Breaking Amish: LA ’ Sister Wives ’ Å Sister Wives (N) Å Breaking Amish: LA (N) Sister Wives ’ Å Breaking Amish: LA ’
MTV Y 42 331 160 16 and Pregnant ’ Å 16 and Pregnant Å 16 and Pregnant Å 16 and Pregnant “Alex” ’ Å 16 and Pregnant Å Being Maci ’ Teen Mom 3 Catfish: The TV Show
VH1 Z 41 335 162 Basketball Wives ’ Basketball Wives ’ Basketball Wives ’ Love, Hip Hop Love, Hip Hop Hollywood Exes (N) ’ La La Hollywood Exes ’ La La Hollywood Exes ’
CMT [ 40 327 166 “National-European” (:45) ›› “RV” (2006, Comedy) Robin Williams, Jeff Daniels. Orange County Choppers (N) Tattoo Titans Monster Garage (:15) Monster Garage
SPIKE ¨ 71 241 168 Bar Rescue “Bar Fight” Bar Rescue ’ Bar Rescue ’ Bar Rescue ’ Bar Rescue ’ Bar Rescue (N) ’ Tattoo Rescue (N) ’ Bar Rescue ’ Bar Rescue ’
AMC ≠ 31 254 130 Pulp ›››‡ “The Departed” (2006) Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon. Premiere. Å (6:57) Breaking Bad Breaking Bad “Buried” (:04) Low Winter Sun Talking (:35) Breaking Bad Low Winter
USA Æ 38 242 105 NCIS “Recruited” ’ NCIS ’ Å NCIS “Defiance” Å NCIS “Kill Screen” ’ NCIS “One Last Score” NCIS “Tell-All” ’ NCIS “Secrets” ’ Burn Notice “G.I. Joe: Cobra”
DISN ∞ 52 290 172 Jessie ’ Shake It Good Luck Good Luck Austin Shake It Austin Austin “Teen Beach Movie” (2013) ’ Austin Austin Phineas Shake It Shake It Good Luck Good Luck
HALL ± 165 312 185 “Accidentally in Love” (2010) Jennie Garth. Å ›› “The Lost Valentine” (2011, Drama) Å Cedar Cove Å “This Magic Moment” (2013) Diane Neal. Å Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’
OXY ≤ 61 251 127 Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å
SYFY ≥ 73 244 122 “Cirque Du Freak” “A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors” › “Freddy’s Dead: the Final Nightmare” (1991) ›› “Freddy vs. Jason” (2003) Ken Kirzinger (:01) ››‡ “Daybreakers” (2009, Horror) Å
BRAVO ¥ 72 273 129 Housewives/OC Housewives/OC Housewives/NJ Housewives/NJ Housewives/NJ Eat, Drink, Love (N) Housewives/NJ Housewives/NJ Real Housewives
HIST μ 56 120 Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Mountain Men Å Mountain Men (N) Ice Road Truckers (N) Hatfields Hatfields (:01) Mountain Men
TRAV ∂ 64 277 215 Extreme RVs Å Tricked Out Trailers Mega RV Countdown Magic Man Magic Man RIDE. RIDE. Adam Horney Rock-RV Bikinis Food Paradise Å Adam Horney
FOOD ∑ 62 231 110 Food Network Star Diners Diners The Shed The Shed Chopped Chopped (N) Food Truck Race Cutthroat Kitchen (N) Chopped “Wasted!” Food Truck Race
HGTV ∏ 30 229 112 Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunt Intl Hunters Hunt Intl Alaska Alaska House Hunters Brother vs. Brother (N) Hunters Hunt Intl House Hunters
COM π 69 249 107 “Vegas Vacation” Å (3:46) ››‡ “The Ringer” (2005) Å (5:50) ›› “50 First Dates” (2004) Å (7:54) ››‡ “Jackass 3D” (2010, Comedy) Daniel Tosh: Happy Greg Fitzsimmons
E! ∫ 65 236 114 America’s Got Talent ’ Å America’s Got Talent Total Divas Kardashian Kardashian Total Divas (N) Kardashian Total Divas
BET ª 68 329 124 “Friday After Next” ››› “Love & Basketball” (2000) Sanaa Lathan, Omar Epps. Å Sunday Best (N) Å Sunday Best Å Sunday Best Å Sunday Best Å Popoff Inspiration
JCTV ¡ 109 The Voux Music Videos Reflection 15th Street Praise Amplify Laugh/Skit Illuminate Music Videos “Believe: The Misfit Pawn” (2011) Music Videos
CREATE Δ 85 Coastal Katie Mexico Katie Old House Cooking Cooking Baking Pépin Kitchen John Besh Cooking Old House Steves Rudy Maxa Pépin Kitchen Cooking
EWTN Π100 370 261 Holy Wood Door Faith Savoring Evangeliz. Devotions Crossing World Over Live Sunday Night Prime (N) Chesterton Rosary Theology Roundtable God Bookmark Daily Mass: Our Lady
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Best Doomsday Movies
BY JAY BOBBIN
“The Day the Earth Stood Still” (1951): The understated manner of the original version of the sci-fi classic is its
main strength, with calm alien Klaatu (Michael Rennie) warning what could happen to mankind ... vividly demon-
strated by his fearsome robot Gort.
“The War of the Worlds” (1953): Veteran fantasy producer George Pal’s take on the classic H.G. Wells story of a
Martian invasion has more scares, many through the power of suggestion, than the five-decades-later remake.
“Earthquake” (1974): The big one hits Los Angeles, with Charlton Heston and George Kennedy among those feel-
ing the effects ... along with theatergoers who sampled the then-new “Sensurround.”
“Meteor” (1979): The slow-moving title threat looks about as dangerous as a hunk of stale bread, but there’s still
fun in seeing such big names as Sean Connery and Natalie Wood try to beat fate.
“Independence Day” (1996): The U.S. president (Bill Pullman), a fighter pilot (Will Smith) and others fight back
when aliens target Earth in one of director Roland Emmerich’s disaster epics.
“The Day After Tomorrow” (2004): Emmerich returns and makes global warming the villain when a climate expert’s
(Dennis Quaid) warnings go unheeded, with an iced-over Manhattan among the results that soon follow.
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Med Fult Dir Dish 3 PM 3:30 4 PM 4:30 5 PM 5:30 6 PM 6:30 7 PM 7:30 8 PM 8:30 9 PM 9:30 10 PM 10:30 11 PM 11:30
WGN-A # 23 307 239 Walker, Texas Ranger Law Order: CI Funniest Home Videos Funniest Home Videos Funniest Home Videos Funniest Home Videos WGN News at Nine (N) Funniest Home Videos Rules Rules
CW % 2 14 36 Bill Cunningham Wendy Williams Show King ’70s Show Seinfeld ’ Rules Hart of Dixie ’ Å Breaking Pointe (N) ’ News Seinfeld ’ Rules ’70s Show King ’Til Death
KMOS & 9 6 6 Arthur WordGirl Wild Kratts Electric Martha Business PBS NewsHour (N) ’ Antiques Roadshow Antiques Roadshow POV The Middle East conflict. (N) Business Charlie Rose (N) Å
KOMU _ 8 8 8
Dr. Phil ’ Å The Dr. Oz Show ’ Å KOMU 8
News
Nightly
News
KOMU 8
News
Wheel of
Fortune ’
American Ninja Warrior
“Denver Finals” (N)
Get Out Alive With
Bear Grylls (N) Å
Siberia The contestants
are pushed to the limit.
KOMU 8
News
(:34) The Tonight Show
With Jay Leno Å
Jimmy
Fallon
ME-TV ) Dragnet Adam-12 Emergency! “Gossip” Rifleman Rifleman M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Bewitched Jeannie Mary Rhoda Van Dyke Odd Cple. Gallery Perry Mason Å Kojak
KMIZ * 10 17 17
Judge
Judy ’
Judge
Judy ’
Be a Mil-
lionaire
Jeopardy!
’ Å
ABC 17
News at 5
ABC World
News
News (N)
Å
ABC 17
News
Shark Tank A three-in-
one nail polish. Å
Castle “Hunt” Castle
tries to find Alexis.
(:01) Mistresses Joss
tries to win Olivier over.
News (N)
Å
(:35) Jimmy Kimmel
Live (N) ’ Å
(:37) Night-
line (N)
KQFX + 11 38 22
Family
Feud ’
Family
Feud ’
Friends
’ Å
Friends
’ Å
Two and a
Half Men
Two and a
Half Men
Big Bang
Theory
Big Bang
Theory
Raising
Hope ’
Raising
Hope ’
New Girl
“Chicago”
The Mindy
Project ’
ABC 17 News at 9:00
on Fox 22 (N)
TMZ (N)
’ Å
Dish Na-
tion (N) ’
Inside Edi-
tion (N) ’
How I Met/
Mother
KRCG ` 13 13
The Doctors ’ Å The Ellen DeGeneres
Show ’ Å
KRCG 13
Live
CBS Eve-
ning News
KRCG 13
Live
Entertain-
ment Ton.
How I Met/
Mother
Mike &
Molly ’
2 Broke
Girls ’
Mike &
Molly ’
Under the Dome “The
Fourth Hand” (N) ’
KRCG 13
Live
(:35) Late Show With
David Letterman (N) ’
Ferguson
KZOU , 12 32 Law Order: CI King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU The Office The Office 30 Rock Sunny Jim Frasier ’
ION ø 216 Criminal Minds “JJ” ’ Criminal Minds Å Criminal Minds Å Criminal Minds Å Criminal Minds Å Criminal Minds Å Criminal Minds Å Criminal Minds Å Criminal Minds Å
KNLJ 4 5 25 25 Gerbert Fitness Herman Feldick The 700 Club ’ Å Wommack Great Awakening Listening Place Unspoken P. Stone Christ the Bloodstr Great Awakening You
LIFE = 29 252 108 Wife Swap ’ Å Wife Swap ’ Å Wife Swap ’ Å Wife Swap ’ Å Movie Movie (:02) Movie
ESPN > 35 206 140 Little League Baseball SportsCenter (N) Å Monday Night NFL Preseason Football Pittsburgh Steelers at Washington Redskins. (N) SportsCenter (N) Å SportsCenter (N) Å
ESPN2 ? 36 209 144 NFL Live (N) Å Football ESPN FC Little League Baseball From Williamsport, Pa. Little League Baseball MLB Baseball Teams TBA. (N Subject to Blackout) (Live) Å
FXSP @ 37 671 418 NFL Football Halls Fame The Sub Preview Football Cardinals Cardinals MLB Baseball St. Louis Cardinals at Milwaukee Brewers. (Live) Cardinals Halls Fame FOX Sports Live (N)
FNC A 48 360 205 Your World W/ Cavuto The Five (N) Special Report FOX Report The O’Reilly Factor (N) Hannity (N) Greta Van Susteren The O’Reilly Factor Hannity
MSN B 47 356 209 Martin Bashir (N) Hardball Matthews PoliticsNation (N) Hardball Matthews All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show
CNBC C 46 355 208 Closing Bell-Bartiromo Fast Money (N) Mad Money (N) The Kudlow Report (N) The Facebook 60 Minutes on CNBC The Profit Mad Money 60 Minutes on CNBC
TRUTV D 63 246 204 Full Throttle Saloon Full Throttle Saloon Cops ’ Cops ’ Lizard Lick Lizard Lick Lizard Lick Lizard Lick Lizard Lick Lizard Lick Lizard Lick Lizard Lick Worked Worked Lizard Lick Lizard Lick
FX E 77 248 137 How I Met Two Men Two Men ›› “Death Race” (2008) Jason Statham, Tyrese Gibson. ››‡ “The A-Team” (2010, Action) Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper, Jessica Biel. ›› “Death Race” (2008, Action)
TNT F 49 245 138 Major Crimes Å Major Crimes Å Major Crimes Å Major Crimes Å Major Crimes Å Major Crimes (N) Å Castle Å (DVS) Major Crimes Å CSI: NY ’ Å
WE G 167 260 128 House of Curves Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne CSI: Miami ’ Å CSI: Miami ’ Å CSI: Miami ’ Å CSI: Miami ’ Å CSI: Miami ’ Å
DISC H 33 278 182 Fast N’ Loud ’ Å Fast N’ Loud ’ Å Fast N’ Loud ’ Å Fast N’ Loud ’ Å Fast N’ Loud ’ Å Fast N’ Loud ’ Å Fast N’ Loud ’ Å Fast N’ Loud ’ Å Fast N’ Loud ’ Å
A&E I 34 265 118 The First 48 Å The First 48 Å The First 48 “Missing” Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. The Glades (N) Å Longmire (N) Å (:01) Longmire Å Duck D. Duck D.
CNN J 38 202 200 Jake Tapper The Situation Room (N) Erin Burnett OutFront Anderson Cooper 360 Piers Morgan Live (N) Anderson Cooper 360 Erin Burnett OutFront Piers Morgan Live
HLN K 39 Now in America (N) Evening Express Jane Velez-Mitchell (N) Nancy Grace (N) Dr. Drew on Call (N) HLN After Dark (N) Showbiz Tonight Dr. Drew on Call
TVL L 70 304 106 Bonanza “The Clarion” (:09) M*A*S*H Å M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond King King The King of Queens ’
FAM M 50 311 180 ’70s Show ’70s Show ’70s Show ’70s Show Switched at Birth ’ Switched at Birth ’ Switched at Birth ’ The Vineyard ’ Å Switched at Birth ’ The 700 Club ’ Å Prince Prince
TBS N 51 247 139 Friends ’ Friends Friends King King Seinfeld ’ Seinfeld ’ Seinfeld ’ Family Guy ’ Å Family Guy Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan Å The Office Conan
TOON O 45 296 176 Gumball Drama Incredible Adventure Adventure Regular Regular Adventure Regular MAD King of Hill King of Hill Burgers Amer. Dad Family Guy ’ Å Chicken Aqua Teen
NICK P 32 299 170 SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob Sam & Cat Victorious Full House Full House Full House Full House The Nanny The Nanny Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’
AP Q 58 282 184 To Be Announced To Be Announced Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman Gator Boys ’ Å Gator Boys ’ Wildman Wildman Gator Boys ’ Å
TLC R 55 280 183 Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Toddlers & Tiaras ’ Cake Boss ’ Å Sex, Lies and Zumba The 132-lb. Scrotum 40-Year-Old Child The 132-lb. Scrotum 40-Year-Old Child
MTV Y 42 331 160 Teen Wolf ’ Teen Wolf “Currents” Teen Wolf “Visionary” Teen Wolf ’ Teen Wolf ’ Teen Wolf ’ Teen Wolf An ancient ritual. (N) ’ Teen Wolf An ancient ritual. ’
VH1 Z 41 335 162 Basketball Wives ’ Basketball Wives ’ Basketball Wives ’ Basketball Wives ’ Basketball Wives (N) T.I.-Tiny Marry Basketball Wives ’ T.I.-Tiny Marry Basketball Wives ’
CMT [ 40 327 166 Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Cops Rel. Cops Rel. ›‡ “Wild Hogs” (2007, Comedy) Tim Allen. Premiere. Å ›‡ “Wild Hogs” (2007) Tim Allen, John Travolta. Å
SPIKE ¨ 71 241 168 Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Jail Å Jail Å
AMC ≠ 31 254 130 Desperado ›› “Mercury Rising” (1998) Bruce Willis. Å ››‡ “S.W.A.T.” (2003, Action) Samuel L. Jackson. Å ››‡ “The Last House on the Left” (2009) Tony Goldwyn. ››‡ “Demolition Man” (1993)
USA Æ 38 242 105 NCIS “Sandblast” ’ NCIS “Twisted Sister” NCIS “Smoked” Å NCIS: Los Angeles ’ WWE Monday Night RAW (N) ’ (Live) Å (:05) Summer Camp (N) (:10) Royal Pains
DISN ∞ 52 290 172 Shake It Shake It Shake It Shake It Good Luck Jessie ’ ANT Farm Jessie ’ Good Luck Good Luck ››‡ “Frenemies” (2012) ’ Austin (:05) Jessie ANT Farm Good Luck Good Luck
HALL ± 165 312 185 The Waltons Å Little House on Prairie Little House on Prairie Little House on Prairie › “Flower Girl” (2009) Marla Sokoloff. Å Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Gold Girls Gold Girls
OXY ≤ 61 251 127 Law Order: CI Law Order: CI ›‡ “Catwoman” (2004) Halle Berry. Å Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å ›‡ “Catwoman”
SYFY ≥ 73 244 122 “Nightmare 3” › “Freddy’s Dead: the Final Nightmare” (1991) ›› “Freddy vs. Jason” (2003) Ken Kirzinger ››‡ “Quantum of Solace” (2008) Daniel Craig. Å Joe Rogan Questions Quantum
BRAVO ¥ 72 273 129 Below Deck Real Housewives Housewives/NJ Housewives/OC Housewives/OC Real Housewives Below Deck (N) Housewives/OC Real Housewives
HIST μ 56 120 American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers (N) God, Guns God, Guns (:02) American Pickers (:01) American Pickers
TRAV ∂ 64 277 215 Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Man, Food Man, Food Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Man, Food Man, Food Bizarre Foods America Bizarre Foods America Hotel Impossible (N) Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Bizarre Foods America
FOOD ∑ 62 231 110 Contessa Contessa Pioneer Barbecue Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners The Shed Bubba-Q Diners Diners Diners Diners
HGTV ∏ 30 229 112 Love It or List It Å Love It or List It Å Love It or List It Å Love It or List It Å Love It or List It Å Love It or List It Å Hunters Hunt Intl Love It or List It Å Love It or List It Å
COM π 69 249 107 Disaster Futurama Futurama Sunny Sunny Tosh.0 Colbert Daily Show Key Futurama South Park South Park South Park South Park Daily Show Colbert South Park Brickle.
E! ∫ 65 236 114 America’s Got Talent Total Divas Kardashian E! News (N) ››‡ “Shallow Hal” (2001) Gwyneth Paltrow, Jack Black. Chelsea E! News Chelsea
BET ª 68 329 124 (2:30) “He’s Mine Not Yours” (2011) Å 106 & Park: BET’s Top 10 Live (N) ›› “Dance Flick” (2009) Shoshana Bush. Å ›‡ “B.A.P.S” (1997) Halle Berry, Martin Landau. Å Wendy Williams Show
JCTV ¡ 109 Music Videos Videos Illuminate Campolo Music Videos Revolution Travel Ventures Music Vid
CREATE Δ 85 Steves Woodshop Garden organic Old House Cooking Simp. Ming Pepin Lidia’s Italy Cook’s Cooking Cooking Old House Steves Travel Lidia’s Italy Cook’s Simp. Ming
EWTN Π100 370 261 Animated Catholic Truth Bookmark Faith Believe Daily Mass: Our Lady The Journey Home Evangeliz. Rosary World Over Live Remember Women of Daily Mass: Our Lady
ACROSS
1. __ __ Jr.; actor on
“Happy Endings” (2)
10. Mr. Sandler
11. “As I was going to
St. Ives, __ __ __ ...”
12. Stacey’s guy
13. “The Man With the
Golden __”; 1955
Frank Sinatra movie
14. “__ Like, You Know
...” (1999-2001)
16. Rainn Wilson’s
series (2)
18. Actress McClanahan
20. Worth or Knox
21. Role on “Night
Court”
22. Either of Ray’s parents
on “Everybody Loves
Raymond,” e.g.
23. File drawer, perhaps
24. Actor Kaplan
25. One of the
continents
27. Molinaro and
Michaels
28. Donald Glover series
32. __ Paulo, Brazil
33. O’Neill and Sullivan
34. Actor __ G. Carroll
37. “Get Him __ __
Greek”; 2010 Jonah
Hill movie
39. “__ Town”; 1985
Robert Blake series
40. Actor on “Vegas” (2)
DOWN
1. Penn Badgley’s role
on “Gossip Girl”
2. Fruity drink
3. “__ About You”
4. Initials for Felix
Unger’s roommate
5. “Bird on a __”; 1990
Mel Gibson film
6. Bullets, for short
7. “My Son, My Son,
What Have __
Done”; 2009 movie
for Willem Dafoe
8. Have __ __; quarrel
9. “__ Treasure”; 2004
film for Nicolas Cage
13. Hitchcock’s initials
15. 2001-10 series set
at a hospital
16. __ Aviv
17. Ending for Paul or
Ann
18. Actress Rene and
family
19. “__ Spider-Man”
21. Bric-a-__
24. “The __ Divorcee”;
1934 Fred Astaire/
Ginger Rogers movie
26. “__ __ for the
Misbegotten”;
Eugene O’Neill play
29. Favorite drink of
Radar on “M*A*S*H”
30. Bad day for Caesar
31. Poet Eliot
34. Actress Thompson
35. Wallach or Marienthal
36. “Ask This __ House”
38. Dolly Parton’s state
of birth: abbr.
39. Actress Kelly
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10
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16
26
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15 14
17
20
22
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in the puzzle. In order to take the TV Challenge, unscramble the
letters noted with asterisks within the puzzle.
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Med Fult Dir Dish 3 PM 3:30 4 PM 4:30 5 PM 5:30 6 PM 6:30 7 PM 7:30 8 PM 8:30 9 PM 9:30 10 PM 10:30 11 PM 11:30
WGN-A # 23 307 239 Walker, Texas Ranger Law Order: CI Funniest Home Videos Funniest Home Videos “Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd” WGN News at Nine (N) Funniest Home Videos Rules Rules
CW % 2 14 36 Bill Cunningham Wendy Williams Show King ’70s Show Seinfeld ’ Rules Whose? Whose? Capture (N) ’ News Seinfeld ’ Rules ’70s Show King ’Til Death
KMOS & 9 6 6 Arthur WordGirl Wild Kratts Electric Martha Business PBS NewsHour (N) ’ The Life of Muhammad The Life of Muhammad The Life of Muhammad T. Smiley Business Charlie Rose (N) Å
KOMU _ 8 8 8
Dr. Phil ’ Å The Dr. Oz Show ’ Å KOMU 8
News
Nightly
News
KOMU 8
News
Wheel of
Fortune ’
Hollywood Game Night
’ Å
America’s Got Talent Twelve acts perform. (N)
’ (Live) Å
KOMU 8
News
(:34) The Tonight Show
With Jay Leno Å
Jimmy
Fallon
ME-TV ) Dragnet Adam-12 Emergency! Rifleman Rifleman M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Bewitched Jeannie Mary Rhoda Van Dyke Odd Cple. Gallery Perry Mason Å Kojak
KMIZ * 10 17 17
Judge
Judy ’
Judge
Judy ’
Be a Mil-
lionaire
Jeopardy!
’ Å
ABC 17
News at 5
ABC World
News
News (N)
Å
ABC 17
News
Extreme Weight Loss “Ashley” Chris helps a
woman get healthy. (N) ’ Å
Body of Proof “Disap-
pearing Act” ’ Å
News (N)
Å
(:35) Jimmy Kimmel
Live (N) ’ Å
(:37) Night-
line (N)
KQFX + 11 38 22
Family
Feud ’
Family
Feud ’
Friends
’ Å
Friends
’ Å
Two and a
Half Men
Two and a
Half Men
Big Bang
Theory
Big Bang
Theory
So You Think You Can Dance “Top 8 Perform, 2
Eliminated” The dancers perform; elimination.
ABC 17 News at 9:00
on Fox 22 (N)
TMZ (N)
’ Å
Dish Na-
tion (N) ’
Inside Edi-
tion (N) ’
How I Met/
Mother
KRCG ` 13 13
The Doctors ’ Å The Ellen DeGeneres
Show ’ Å
KRCG 13
Live
CBS Eve-
ning News
KRCG 13
Live
Entertain-
ment Ton.
NCIS “Shiva” The team
unites to find answers.
NCIS: Los Angeles
“Rude Awakenings”
Person of Interest
“Critical” ’ Å
KRCG 13
Live
(:35) Late Show With
David Letterman (N) ’
Ferguson
KZOU , 12 32 Law Order: CI King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy House “Human Error” House “Alone” Å The Office The Office 30 Rock Sunny Jim Frasier ’
ION ø 216 Criminal Minds Å Criminal Minds “Coda” Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Flashpoint ’ Flashpoint ’ Å
KNLJ 4 5 25 25 Colby’s Fitness Herman Feldick The 700 Club ’ Å Wommack Great Awakening Brody File Place Eve. Beau. Difference KNLJ Van Impe Great Awakening You
LIFE = 29 252 108 Wife Swap ’ Å Wife Swap ’ Å Wife Swap ’ Å Dance Moms Å Dance Moms Å Dance Moms (N) Å Double Double Double Double (:02) Dance Moms
ESPN > 35 206 140 Little League Baseball SportsCenter (N) Å ESPN All-Access (N) Nine for IX (N) World Series World Series SportsCenter (N) Å SportsCenter (N) Å
ESPN2 ? 36 209 144 NFL Live (N) Å Football ESPN FC SportsNation Å SportsCenter Special Little League Baseball WNBA Basketball: Sparks at Storm Baseball Tonight (N)
FXSP @ 37 671 418 UEFA Soccer Triathlon West Coast Customs The List Cardinals MLB Baseball St. Louis Cardinals at Milwaukee Brewers. (Live) Cardinals Boys in the FOX Sports Live (N)
FNC A 48 360 205 Your World W/ Cavuto The Five (N) Special Report FOX Report The O’Reilly Factor (N) Hannity (N) Greta Van Susteren The O’Reilly Factor Hannity
MSN B 47 356 209 Martin Bashir (N) Hardball Matthews PoliticsNation (N) Hardball Matthews All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show
CNBC C 46 355 208 Closing Bell-Bartiromo Fast Money (N) Mad Money (N) The Kudlow Report (N) The Twitter Revolution The Profit The Profit “Eco-Me” (N) Mad Money American Greed
TRUTV D 63 246 204 Pawn Pawn Caught Caught Cops ’ Cops ’ Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Dome Pawn Pawn Repo Repo Pawn Pawn
FX E 77 248 137 (12:30) “The A-Team” How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met Two Men Two Men ›› “Battle: Los Angeles” (2011) Aaron Eckhart. ›› “Battle: Los Angeles” (2011) Aaron Eckhart.
TNT F 49 245 138 Castle “Love Me Dead” Castle ’ Å Castle ’ Å Castle ’ Å Rizzoli & Isles Å Rizzoli & Isles (N) Perception “Wounded” Rizzoli & Isles Å Perception “Wounded”
WE G 167 260 128 House of Curves Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Bridezillas Bridezillas Obsesse.- Dress Obsesse.- Dress Bridezillas
DISC H 33 278 182 Amish Mafia ’ Å Amish Mafia Levi’s war with Merlin escalates. ’ Amish Mafia ’ Å Amish Mafia Amish Mafia (N) Å Tickle (N) Porter Amish Mafia ’ Å Tickle ’ Porter
A&E I 34 265 118 The First 48 Å The First 48 Å Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Barter Kings (N) Å (:01) Barter Kings Storage Storage
CNN J 38 202 200 Jake Tapper The Situation Room (N) Erin Burnett OutFront Anderson Cooper 360 Piers Morgan Live (N) Anderson Cooper 360 Erin Burnett OutFront Piers Morgan Live
HLN K 39 Now in America (N) Evening Express Jane Velez-Mitchell (N) Nancy Grace (N) Dr. Drew on Call (N) HLN After Dark (N) Showbiz Tonight Dr. Drew on Call
TVL L 70 304 106 Bonanza Å (:09) M*A*S*H Å M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond King King The King of Queens ’
FAM M 50 311 180 ’70s Show ’70s Show ’70s Show ’70s Show Twisted ’ Å Pretty Little Liars ’ Pretty Little Liars (N) Twisted (N) ’ Å The Vineyard (N) Å The 700 Club ’ Å The Vineyard ’ Å
TBS N 51 247 139 Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’ King King Seinfeld ’ Seinfeld ’ Seinfeld ’ Family Guy Family Guy Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan Å The Office Conan
TOON O 45 296 176 Gumball Drama Incredible Adventure Adventure Regular Johnny T Teen Looney Adventure King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy Chicken Aqua Teen
NICK P 32 299 170 SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob Hathaways Victorious Full House Full House Full House Full House The Nanny The Nanny Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’
AP Q 58 282 184 To Be Announced To Be Announced Wild Amazon ’ Wild Amazon ’ Eating Giants: Elephant Eating Giants: Hippo Wild Amazon ’ Eating Giants: Elephant
TLC R 55 280 183 Who Do You Who Do You Who Do You Who Do You The Little Couple ’ Who Do You Couple Couple Who Do You Couple Couple
MTV Y 42 331 160 Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Catfish: The TV Show Catfish: The TV Show Catfish: The TV Show Sara Catfish: The TV Show True Life
VH1 Z 41 335 162 Basketball Behind the Music ’ Behind the Music ’ Hollywood Exes ’ La La Marry T.I.-Tiny Basketball Wives ’ Couples Therapy ’ ›› “Soul Plane” (2004) Kevin Hart. ’
CMT [ 40 327 166 Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Cops Rel. Cops Rel. Tunnel of Fire (N) Fat Cops Hillbilly Tunnel of Fire Cops Rel. Cops Rel. Monster Garage
SPIKE ¨ 71 241 168 Tenants Tenants Ink Master ’ Å Ink Master ’ Å Ink Master ’ Å Ink Master ’ Å Ink Master ’ Å Ink Master (N) Å Tattoo Tattoo Ink Master ’ Å
AMC ≠ 31 254 130 ››‡ “S.W.A.T.” (2003, Action) Samuel L. Jackson. Å ››‡ “Demolition Man” (1993) Sylvester Stallone. Å ››› “Erin Brockovich” (2000) Julia Roberts, Albert Finney. Å “League-Own”
USA Æ 38 242 105 Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Covert Affairs (N) (:01) Suits (N) (:02) Graceland (:02) Covert Affairs
DISN ∞ 52 290 172 Shake It Austin Austin Austin Good Luck Jessie ’ ANT Farm Jessie ’ Phineas and Ferb ’ ANT Farm Austin Shake It Good Luck Jessie ’ ANT Farm Good Luck Good Luck
HALL ± 165 312 185 The Waltons Å Little House on Prairie Little House on Prairie Little House on Prairie ››› “Back to You and Me” (2005) Å Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier Frasier Gold Girls Gold Girls
OXY ≤ 61 251 127 Bad Girls Club Bad Girls Club Bad Girls Club: Miami Bad Girls Club: Miami Bad Girls Club: Miami Bad Girls Club: Miami Bad Girls Club: Miami ›› “She’s All That” (1999) Freddie Prinze Jr.
SYFY ≥ 73 244 122 Destination Destination Truth ’ Destination Truth ’ Heroes of Cosplay Face Off “Going for Gold” Face Off (N) Heroes of Cosplay (N) Face Off
BRAVO ¥ 72 273 129 Below Deck Real Housewives Real Housewives Housewives/NJ Interior Therapy Interior Therapy BIdding Million Dollar LA Property Interior Therapy
HIST μ 56 120 MonsterQuest Å Bigfoot: The Definitive Guide Å Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Shelby Shelby Shelby Shelby Hatfields Hatfields Pawn Stars Pawn Stars
TRAV ∂ 64 277 215 Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Man, Food Man, Food Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Man, Food Man, Food Bizarre Foods America Airport Airport F’ing Fast (N) Å Sturgis: Biker Madness Airport Airport
FOOD ∑ 62 231 110 Contessa Contessa Pioneer Trisha’s Chopped Chopped Chopped Chopped Chopped Cutthroat Kitchen Chopped
HGTV ∏ 30 229 112 First Place First Place First Place First Place First Place First Place Hunt Intl Hunters Property Property Power Broker (N) Å Hunters Hunt Intl Renovate Renovate Power Broker Å
COM π 69 249 107 Tosh.0 Futurama Futurama Sunny South Park Tosh.0 Colbert Daily Show Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Drunk The Jesel Daily Show Colbert Drunk The Jesel
E! ∫ 65 236 114 Total Divas ››‡ “Shallow Hal” (2001) Gwyneth Paltrow, Jack Black. E! News (N) ›› “The Craft” (1996, Horror) Robin Tunney. Kardashian Chelsea E! News Chelsea
BET ª 68 329 124 (2:30) ›‡ “B.A.P.S” (1997) Halle Berry. Å 106 & Park: Top 10 ›› “White Chicks” (2004, Comedy) Shawn Wayans. Å The Game The Game The Game Husbands Husbands Wendy Williams Show
JCTV ¡ 109 Music Videos Not a Fan The Merge Music Videos Top 3 Amplify Reflec Music Videos 1music Believer Top 3 Music Vid
CREATE Δ 85 Steves Woodsmith Victory Your Home Hometime Cooking Sara’s Cooking Pépin Kitchen John Besh Cooking Hometime Steves Burt Wolf Pépin Kitchen Sara’s
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WGN-A # 23 307 239 Walker, Texas Ranger Law Order: CI Funniest Home Videos Funniest Home Videos MLB Baseball Washington Nationals at Chicago Cubs. (N) (Live) News/Nine Videos Rules Rules
CW % 2 14 36 Bill Cunningham Wendy Williams Show CW 2013 ’70s Show Seinfeld ’ Rules Arrow “Salvation” ’ Supernatural ’ Å News Seinfeld ’ Rules ’70s Show King ’Til Death
KMOS & 9 6 6 Arthur WordGirl Wild Kratts Electric Martha Business PBS NewsHour (N) ’ Nature Å (DVS) NOVA Å (DVS) NOVA Å (DVS) T. Smiley Business Charlie Rose (N) Å
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Performance recap. (N)
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(N) ’ (Live) Å
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ding” (N) ’
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ABC 17 News at 9:00
on Fox 22 (N)
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tion (N) ’
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tion (N) ’
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KRCG ` 13 13
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in the veto competition.
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“Alchemy” Å (DVS)
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ION ø 216 Law Order: CI Law Order: CI Law Order: CI WWE Main Event ’ WWE Main Event (N) Flashpoint ’ Flashpoint ’ Flashpoint ’ Flashpoint ’
KNLJ 4 5 25 25 For Kids Fitness Herman Feldick The 700 Club ’ Å Wommack Great Awakening Karen Dye Place Generation 7th Street Baptist Church Great Awakening You & Me
LIFE = 29 252 108 Wife Swap ’ Å Wife Swap ’ Å Trading Spouses Trading Spouses “Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous” ›‡ “Because I Said So” (2007) Diane Keaton. “Miss Congeniality 2”
ESPN > 35 206 140 Little League Baseball SportsCenter (N) Å Audibles (N) (Live) Little League Baseball Baseball Tonight (N) SportsCenter (N) Å SportsCenter (N) Å
ESPN2 ? 36 209 144 NFL Live (N) Å Soccer MLB Baseball Teams TBA. (N Subject to Blackout) (Live) Å College Football Prev. ESPN All-Access (N) Baseball Tonight (N)
FXSP @ 37 671 418 MLB Baseball Cardinals Boys in the World Poker Tour Big 12 UFC MLB Baseball St. Louis Cardinals at Milwaukee Brewers. Cardinals The List FOX Sports Live (N)
FNC A 48 360 205 Your World W/ Cavuto The Five (N) Special Report FOX Report The O’Reilly Factor (N) Hannity (N) Greta Van Susteren The O’Reilly Factor Hannity
MSN B 47 356 209 Martin Bashir (N) Hardball Matthews PoliticsNation (N) Hardball Matthews All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show
CNBC C 46 355 208 Closing Bell-Bartiromo Fast Money (N) Mad Money (N) The Kudlow Report (N) American Greed The Profit “Eco-Me” American Greed Mad Money Hotel: Marriott
TRUTV D 63 246 204 Repo Repo Repo Repo Cops ’ Cops ’ Pawn Pawn World’s Funniest Funniest Commercials Funniest Commercials Bait Car Bait Car World’s Funniest
FX E 77 248 137 (2:00) ›› “Ghost Rider” (2007) Anger Two Men Two Men ›› “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” (2009) Shia LaBeouf. The Bridge “Destino” The Bridge “Destino” The Bridge “ID”
TNT F 49 245 138 Castle “Sucker Punch” Castle Å (DVS) Castle Å (DVS) Castle Å (DVS) Castle ’ Å Castle “Boom!” Å Castle ’ Å The Mentalist ’ Å The Mentalist ’ Å
WE G 167 260 128 House of Curves Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Tamar & Vince Tamar & Vince Tamar & Vince Tamar & Vince L.A. Hair “You’re Fired”
DISC H 33 278 182 Porter Porter Tickle ’ Tickle ’ Yukon Men ’ Å Jungle Gold ’ Å Jungle Gold ’ Å Gold Rush ’ Å Gold Rush ’ Å Gold Rush ’ Å Gold Rush ’ Å
A&E I 34 265 118 The First 48 Å The First 48 Å The First 48 Å Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck Dynasty Å Duck D. Dads Dads Duck D. Duck D. Duck D.
CNN J 38 202 200 Jake Tapper The Situation Room (N) Erin Burnett OutFront Anderson Cooper 360 Piers Morgan Live (N) Anderson Cooper 360 Erin Burnett OutFront Piers Morgan Live
HLN K 39 Now in America (N) Evening Express Jane Velez-Mitchell (N) Nancy Grace (N) Dr. Drew on Call (N) HLN After Dark (N) Showbiz Tonight Dr. Drew on Call
TVL L 70 304 106 Bonanza “The Fence” M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Raymond Raymond Cleveland The Exes Soul Man King King King
FAM M 50 311 180 ’70s Show ’70s Show ’70s Show ’70s Show Daddy Daddy Melissa Melissa Melissa Daddy Spell-Mageddon (N) ’ Melissa Daddy The 700 Club ’ Å Prince Prince
TBS N 51 247 139 Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’ King King Seinfeld ’ Seinfeld ’ Seinfeld ’ Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Deal With Conan Å Deal With Conan
TOON O 45 296 176 Gumball Drama Incredible Adventure Adventure Regular Annoying Gumball Leg.-Chima Teen King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy Chicken Aqua Teen
NICK P 32 299 170 SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob Sam & Cat Victorious Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends ’ Friends ’
AP Q 58 282 184 To Be Announced To Be Announced River Monsters River Monsters River Monsters Super Squid River Monsters River Monsters
TLC R 55 280 183 Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Toddlers & Tiaras ’ Extreme Cougar Wives Honey Honey Honey Extreme Cougar Wives Honey Extreme Cougar Wives Honey Honey
MTV Y 42 331 160 Cribs Priciest Pads Cribs Priciest Pads Cribs Priciest Pads Catfish: The TV Show Catfish: The TV Show The Challenge: Rivals 2 The Challenge: Rivals 2 The Challenge: Rivals 2 MTV Special ’
VH1 Z 41 335 162 Hollywood Exes ’ ››‡ “Sixteen Candles” (1984) ’ Å Couples Therapy ’ Couples Therapy ’ Couples Therapy ’ Couples Therapy (N) Basketball Wives ’ Couples Therapy ’
CMT [ 40 327 166 Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Cops Rel. Cops Rel. Biker Battles (N) Å Tunnel of Fire Å Fat Cops Hillbilly Biker Battles ’ Å Tunnel of Fire Å
SPIKE ¨ 71 241 168 (1:00) “Batman Begins” Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Cops ’ Fight Master ››› “Batman Begins” (2005) Christian Bale.
AMC ≠ 31 254 130 CSI: Miami ’ Å CSI: Miami ’ Å CSI: Miami ’ Å ››› “16 Blocks” (2006) Bruce Willis. Å ››› “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” (2000) Å (:31) ››› “Bad Boys” (1995)
USA Æ 38 242 105 NCIS “Suspicion” ’ NCIS “Sharif Returns” NCIS “Jurisdiction” ’ NCIS “Guilty Pleasure” NCIS “Pyramid” ’ Royal Pains (N) Necessary Roughness (:02) Suits (:03) Royal Pains
DISN ∞ 52 290 172 Shake It Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Jessie ’ ANT Farm Jessie ’ Dog Dog “Lemonade Mouth” (2011) Bridgit Mendler. ’ Jessie ’ ANT Farm Jonas ’ Jonas ’
HALL ± 165 312 185 The Waltons Å Little House on Prairie Little House on Prairie Little House on Prairie › “Uncorked” (2010) Julie Benz. Å Frasier Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Gold Girls Gold Girls
OXY ≤ 61 251 127 I’m Having Their Baby I’m Having Their Baby ›› “She’s All That” (1999) Freddie Prinze Jr. ››› “13 Going on 30” (2004) Å I’m Having Their Baby I’m Having Their Baby “13 Going on 30” Å
SYFY ≥ 73 244 122 Haunted Collector Heroes of Cosplay Heroes of Cosplay Joe Rogan Questions Paranormal Witness Paranormal Witness (N) Joe Rogan Questions Paranormal Witness Joe Rogan Questions
BRAVO ¥ 72 273 129 Top Chef Masters Eat, Drink, Love Eat, Drink, Love Real Housewives Million Dollar LA Million Dollar LA Top Chef Masters (N) Million Dollar LA Top Chef Masters
HIST μ 56 120 Mountain Men Å Mountain Men Å Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Larry the Cable Guy Top Shot All-Stars (N) Larry the Cable Guy Pawn Stars Pawn Stars
TRAV ∂ 64 277 215 Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Man, Food Man, Food Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Man, Food Man, Food BBQ Crawl BBQ Crawl Adam Adam Best Daym Best Daym Food Paradise Å RIDE. RIDE.
FOOD ∑ 62 231 110 Contessa Contessa Pioneer Sand. King Diners Diners Restaurant: Impossible Restaurant: Impossible Restaurant: Impossible My. Diners My. Diners Restaurant: Impossible Restaurant: Impossible
HGTV ∏ 30 229 112 Income Property Å Income Property Å Income Property Å Income Property Å Love It or List It, Too Property Brothers (N) Hunters Hunt Intl Brother vs. Brother Property Brothers
COM π 69 249 107 South Park Futurama Futurama Sunny South Park Tosh.0 Colbert Daily Show Futurama Futurama South Park South Park Futurama Futurama Daily Show Colbert Futurama South Park
E! ∫ 65 236 114 ›› “The Craft” (1996, Horror) Robin Tunney. Total Divas E! News (N) Kardashian Kardashian The Soup The Soup Chelsea E! News Chelsea
BET ª 68 329 124 (2:30) ›› “White Chicks” (2004, Comedy) Å 106 & Park: BET’s Top 10 Live (N) Husbands The Game The Game Scandal ’ Å Scandal ’ Å Sunday Best Å Wendy Williams Show
JCTV ¡ 109 Music Videos Laugh/Skit Revolution Music Videos Hot Press Revolution TV One Music Videos Campus Church Revolution Music Vid
CREATE Δ 85 Steves W’dwright Garden Katie Old House Cooking Cooking Baking Lidia’s Italy Cook’s Cooking Cooking Old House Steves Rudy Maxa Lidia’s Italy Cook’s Cooking
EWTN Π100 370 261 Catholic The Friar Truth/Heart Saint Faith Believe Daily Mass: Our Lady EWTN Live (N) Saint Rosary Religious Vaticano Catholic Women of Daily Mass: Our Lady
By Jay Bobbin
“AMOUR”
The latest Oscar winner for best foreign
language film, director Michael Haneke’s
deeply moving drama is a superb show-
case for two veteran talents, Emmanuelle
Riva and Jean-Louis Trintignant. They
play a couple whose love faces ma-
jor challenges when the wife suffers a
stroke, with the husband doing his best
to meet her needs. Isabelle Huppert also
stars as their daughter, who offers in-
sights into their relationship and their rel-
ative isolation from the rest of the world.
DVD extras: “making-of” documentary; in-
terview with Haneke. ›››› (PG-13: AS,
P) (Also on Blu-ray and On Demand)
“SCARY MOVIE V”
Now that it’s reached the fifth edition,
viewers pretty much know what to ex-
pect from this series of horror spoofs.
Here, a lot of the humor is spun from the
“Paranormal Activity” franchise, as new
parents (Ashley Tisdale, Simon Rex) fear
their home also is housing a sinister de-
mon. Video equipment and authorities on
the supernatural are enlisted to help ...
and let’s just say the outcome veers in a
different direction from that other series.
The cast is loaded with familiar faces
including Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan,
Heather Locklear, Snoop Dogg, Molly
Shannon, Jerry O’Connell and Mike Ty-
son. DVD extras: deleted and extended
scenes. ››› (PG-13, and unrated on
Blu-ray: AS, N, P, V) (Also on Blu-ray and
On Demand)
“BOARDWALK EMPIRE: THE
COMPLETE THIRD SEASON”
In this round of the acclaimed HBO dra-
ma series, which counts Martin Scorsese
and Mark Wahlberg among its executive
producers, Nucky Thompson (Steve Bus-
cemi) is Atlantic City’s ruling Depression-
era mobster. Someone else wants in on
his turf: Gyp Rosetti (Bobby Cannavale),
a dangerously spontaneous rival whose
actions eventually turn the streets of the
city red. Continuing cast members also
include Kelly Macdonald and Michael
Shannon. DVD extras: four “making-of”
documentaries, including “Scorsese on
Season 3”; audio commentary by cast
and crew. ››› (Not rated: AS, P, V)
(Also on Blu-ray)
“NOVA: MANHUNT — BOSTON
BOMBERS”
The investigative science that went into
tracking down the perpetrators of April’s
tragedy at the finish line of the Boston
Marathon is examined in this episode
of the PBS series. Reporter-producer
Miles O’Brien traces the timeline of
the pursuit, including the period when
the entire city of Boston was on virtual
lockdown, and the role that social me-
dia played in keeping the public alerted
and locating the suspects. ››› (Not
rated)
“SCOOBY-DOO! STAGE FRIGHT”
As might be determined from that title,
the animated canine gets the spotlight in
this tale that has an “American Idol”-like
theme. Daphne and Fred are finalists on
a similar show, but Scooby and Shaggy
are cooking up an act that they’re sure
will steal attention ... until they learn a
phantom is haunting the Chicago theater
where the contest is unfolding. DVD ex-
tras: two “Scooby-Doo!” episodes. ›››
(Not rated) (Also on Blu-ray)
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fromthecouch... By Jay Bobbin
Kids Sports Movies
Jacinda
Barrett’s
latest
‘Hour,’ and
others
By Jay Bobbin
© Zap2it
Q
: Where have I seen
the actress who played
Anthony Edwards’ wife on
“Zero Hour” before? — Sue
Drake, Buffalo, N.Y.
A
: Jacinda Barrett has quite
a few acting credits under
her belt now, but many people
still remember her from the
media vehicle that provided her
first big public profile after her
run at modeling ... MTV’s “The
Real World,” on which she was
one of the housemates during
the 1995 London season.
The native of Brisbane, Aus-
tralia, got her performing career
going soon after that. She also
was in the series “Wind on
Water,” “Bull,” “D.C.” and “Citizen
Baines,” and her notable movies
have included “Urban Legends:
Final Cut,” “The Human Stain,”
“Ladder 49,” “Bridget Jones: The
Edge of Reason,” “Poseidon”
and “School for Scoundrels.”
Barrett also has an actor
husband: She’s appeared op-
posite Gabriel Macht on his
USA Network series, “Suits,”
and they have a daughter
named Satine who turns 6
this Tuesday, Aug. 20.
Q
: Can you tell me when,
or if, the series “240-
Robert” and “Sierra” will
come out on DVD? — Wan-
da Peery, Marietta, Ohio
A
: Neither was on that
radar as of this writing,
despite the fact that “240-
Robert” was ongoing “NCIS”
icon Mark Harmon’s first turn
as a weekly series regular.
We always like to add that
we never say “never” in such
cases, but for now, there’s no
indication those are coming
anytime soon.
Q
: When did Nancy
O’Dell become the
co-host of “Entertainment
Tonight?” — Mark Holt, Mil-
waukee
A
: At the start of 2011.
She’d been off the rival
syndicated newsmagazine
“Access Hollywood” for more
than a year at that point, and
when we spoke with her in
2010 — shortly after she’d
been announced as Mary
Hart’s “ET” co-anchoring suc-
cessor — she was diplomatic
about her former show but
also clearly pleased to be
joining the one that’s her cur-
rent television home.
Q
: Is “The Firm” return-
ing on Saturdays any-
time soon?— Steve Roman,
Delray Beach, Fla.
A
: No. The John Grisham-
inspired series was
relocated there by NBC last
year to play out its remaining
episodes after it had disap-
pointing ratings in its initial
Thursday slot. Though the
concluding scene left the im-
pression there might be more
coming, with lawyer Mitch Mc-
Deere (Josh Lucas) evidently
still on the run from enemies,
there won’t be. However, the
existing season of the show is
available in a DVD set.
Send questions of general
interest via email to tvpipe-
line@tribune.com. Writers
must include their names,
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CW % 2 14 36 Bill Cunningham Wendy Williams Show King ’70s Show Seinfeld ’ Rules The Vampire Diaries America’s Next Model News Seinfeld Rules ’70s Show King ’Til Death
KMOS & 9 6 6 Arthur WordGirl Wild Kratts Electric Martha Business PBS NewsHour (N) ’ Note by Note Heartland Heartland Austin City Limits ’ T. Smiley Business Charlie Rose (N) Å
KOMU _ 8 8 8
Dr. Phil ’ Å The Dr. Oz Show ’ Å KOMU 8
News
Nightly
News
KOMU 8
News
Wheel of
Fortune ’
America’s Got Talent
’ Å
Hollywood Game Night
’ Å
Hollywood Game Night
“The Office Party” (N)
KOMU 8
News
(:34) The Tonight Show
With Jay Leno Å
Jimmy
Fallon
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KMIZ * 10 17 17
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Judy ’
Judge
Judy ’
Be a Mil-
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Jeopardy!
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News at 5
ABC World
News
News (N)
Å
ABC 17
News
Wipeout “How Jill Got
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’ Å (DVS)
(:01) Rookie Blue “You
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News (N)
Å
(:35) Jimmy Kimmel
Live (N) ’ Å
(:37) Night-
line (N)
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Feud ’
Family
Feud ’
Friends
’ Å
Friends
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Two and a
Half Men
Two and a
Half Men
Big Bang
Theory
Big Bang
Theory
Glee The glee club tack-
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New Girl
“Cooler”
The Mindy
Project ’
ABC 17 News at 9:00
on Fox 22 (N)
TMZ (N)
’ Å
Dish Na-
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Inside Edi-
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How I Met/
Mother
KRCG ` 13 13
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Show ’ Å
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CBS Eve-
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KRCG 13
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Entertain-
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Big Bang
Theory
Two and a
Half Men
(:01) Big Brother (N) ’
(Live) Å
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(:35) Late Show With
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Ferguson
KZOU , 12 32 Law Order: CI King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy White Collar ’ Å White Collar ’ Å The Office The Office 30 Rock Sunny Jim Frasier ’
ION ø 216 Without a Trace Å Without a Trace Å Without a Trace Å Without a Trace Å Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ House “Dead & Buried” House ’ Å
KNLJ 4 5 25 25 Gospel Bill Fitness Herman Feldick The 700 Club ’ Å Wommack Great Awakening Christ the Place KNLJ Stakelbeck Difference Theater Great Awakening You & Me
LIFE = 29 252 108 Wife Swap ’ Å Wife Swap ’ Å Wife Swap ’ Å Wife Swap ’ Å Project Runway Å Project Runway (N) Å Supermarket Superstar Double (:02) Project Runway
ESPN > 35 206 140 Little League Baseball SportsCenter (N) Å Monday Night NFL Preseason Football Carolina Panthers at Baltimore Ravens. (N) SportsCenter (N) Å SportsCenter (N) Å
ESPN2 ? 36 209 144 ATP Tennis Football ESPN FC SportsNation (N) Å Football Hell Week Little League Baseball ATP Tennis NFL Live (N) Å
FXSP @ 37 671 418 The Sub Break UFC Destination West Coast Customs Coaching Cardinals MLB Baseball Atlanta Braves at St. Louis Cardinals. (Live) Cardinals Game 365 FOX Sports Live (N)
FNC A 48 360 205 Your World W/ Cavuto The Five (N) Special Report FOX Report The O’Reilly Factor (N) Hannity (N) Greta Van Susteren The O’Reilly Factor Hannity
MSN B 47 356 209 Martin Bashir (N) Hardball Matthews PoliticsNation (N) Hardball Matthews All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show
CNBC C 46 355 208 Closing Bell-Bartiromo Fast Money (N) Mad Money (N) The Kudlow Report (N) American Greed American Greed American Greed Mad Money American Greed
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Real Estate Guide
AUGUST 16, 2013
Provided by the Jefferson City Area Board of REALTORS, Inc. & the
Flower in bloom
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Tip of the Week:
“For better home showings, don’t disregard minor repairs. Small problems such as sticky doors, torn screens, cracked
caulking, or a dripping faucet may seem trivial, but they’ll give buyers the impression that the house isn’t well maintained.”
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2509 MO Blvd., Ste. A
Darice Stark
Managing Broker,
GRI
761-3303,
ext. 313
Darrel Gordon
Broker,
CRB, GRI *
761-3301,
ext. 302
Lisa Kauffman
680-0083,
ext. 308
Adam Stark
230-7791,
ext. 306
Terry Moore
CSSA, CFA, GRI
291-2163,
ext. 307
Monica Schmitz
GRI
690-1924,
ext. 310
Ron Pleus
690-2009,
ext. 314
Allen Hollander
ABR, CCP, CNS
CRMS,ISS *
761-3309.
ext. 304
Clare Darnell
CRS, GRI, ABR
690-0414,
ext. 403
Leigh Ann
Berlener
821-0388
Sherri O’Dowd
230-9999
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Call anytime
573-634-4747

Saturday 12:00 - 1:30
1025 HALIFAX
$159,900 RANCH HOME 4 BR,
3 full BA, with almost 2700 sq ft. Hwy
54 to Summit Dr, R the L onto Halifax.
Adam Stark/230-7791 /
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Saturday 11:15 - 12:15
3923 RANDALL DR
$129,900 UPDATED HOME load-
ed w/charm. 3 BR, 2.5 BA tri-level,
open spacious floor plan, crowm mold-
ing, Scott Station to Randall. Leigh
Ann Berlener/821-0388 /
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Saturday 10:00 - 11:00
613 MICHIGAN
$99,900 4 BR, 2 BA 7 yrs new,
spacious living room open to the airy
kitchen Missouri Blvd to Michigan
Leigh Ann Berlener/821-0388 /
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$99,900 613 MICHIGAN 4 BR, 2
BA 7 yrs new, picket fence, front porch
spacious living room open to the airy
kitchen, this home is located on a level
lot, maintenance free. $99,900 Leigh
Ann Berlener/821-0388 /
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RED EAGLE 5.46 acres of level land
right off Hwy 50 W and Big Horn inter-
change. All utilities available. $550,000
Lisa Kauffman/680-0083 /

5928 BUSINESS 50 12,600 sq
ft General Steel metal building built
in 2004 w/14x14 door & 2 8x8 foot
doors& a 1492 sq ft 3 BR, 1 BA earth
contact. 3.8 acres $450,000 Terry
Moore/291-2163 /

219 ROUTE T Start your rental
portfolio with this great Investment,
take advantage of the low interest rates
with this 5 unit rental opportunity.
$399,000 Adam Stark/230-7791 /

2815 FOXDALE Private views in
the back, lake views, manicured lawn
& landscaping, open concept, granite,
ample cabinetry, arched doorways,
FmRm down, fenced yard. $345,000
Adam Stark/230-7791 /

1102 MISSOURI BLVD Newer
building/current established business
in high traffic lcoation, all brick exterior
w/an abundance of parking. $315,000
Adam Stark/230-7791 /

3610 W GORDON 5 BR, 3.5 BA
1+ story on large secluded lot, cus-
tom cabinets w/granite, formal DR,
FmRm w/custom wet bar, sprinkler
system. $312,500 Allen Holland-
er/761-3309 /

5607 KNERNSCHIELD Ranch
home on 5 acres, wood floors, open
concept, kitchen has island & cus-
tom cabinetry, FmRm down & a
ton of storage. $260,000 Adam
Stark/230-7791 /

3038 MERCEDES LN New con-
struction brick/stone front, 2 story,
hardwoods, DR/kitchen w/island,
tiled walk-in shower in master suite.
$255,000 Adam Stark/230-7791 /

311 REDTAIL DR Custom home,
large master, custom kitchen cabinets,
coffered ceilings, 3 BR, 2 BA, office,
3 car garage. $249,900 Allen Hol-
lander/761-3309 /

10831 CO RD 371 4 BR, 2.5
BA w/open floor plan, FmRm down,
dream property on 6.41 ac w/private
lake, big barn & a new 3 car detached
garage/shop w/ a pull thru for an
RV. $239,900 Leigh Ann Berlen-
er/821-0388 /

1102 MEADOWS PL 4 BR 1+
story on cul-de-sac, vaulted ceilings, gas
fireplace, sun room, formal DR, FmRm
down, 2 car garage. $199,900 Allen
Hollander/761-3309 /

1620 INDEPENDENCE 3 BR
ranch w/fabulous pool, priced below
recent appraisal, kitchen has granite &
stainless steel appliances, wood floors
throughout main level $197,900 Allen
Hollander/761-3309 /

5020 SUNRISE Solid & qual-
ity constructed, top of the line ranch
home. Open design, custom cabinetry,
private back patio. $194,900 Adam
Stark/230-7791 /

1605 INDEPENDENCE Custom
built 2 story home, soaring ceilings,
gleaming hardwoods, breakfast bar,
formal DR, FmRm down, spacious front
patio, screened in deck. $188,000
Adam Stark/230-7791 /

5204 SHARON 1+ story, almost
1/2 acre of gorgeous landscaping,
mature trees, gleaming hardwoods, eat-
in ktichen master suite, shaded patio,
FmRm down w/wet bar $176,250
Adam Stark/230-7791 /

901 SCHUMATE CHAPEL Lots of
room & a rare opportunity, spacious 1+
story w/updated kitchen, LR, , office,
laundry on main open FmRm down,
3 BR, 4 BA on 3.3 Acres. $170,000
Adam Stark/230-7791 /

10442 PINECREST 2200 + sq ft 3
BR, 2 BA ranch on cul-de-sac. custom
wood floors & cabinets, open floor plan,
split BR design, FmRm private wood-
ed backyard w/mature landscaping
$169,900 Sherri O’Dowd/230-9999 /

236 WOODRIDGE 3 BR, 3 BA
ranch w/nearly 1500 sq ft on the main,
FmRm down w/ bar, private back yard
w/privacy fence. $156,900 Adam
Stark/230-7791 /

105 CEDAR PARK DR Solid ranch-
er will amaze you, new flooring, main
level living, 2 car oversized garage, 3rd
garage down, FmRm down $143,500
Adam Stark/230-7791 /

9440 ERIKA Beauti ful newer
ranch w/ large 2+ car garage, trails
across street w/view of public lake,
open floor plan. $139,000 Monica
Schmitz/690-1924 /

616 SHAWN BUILD INSTANT
EQUITY.Brick ranch, $10,000 below
assessed value, 3BR, 3BA, 2200+ sq
ft, 800+ sq ft for expansion. Home
to current owner 27+ yrs. $131,900
Terry Moore/291-2163 /

1220 FAIRLAND RD 3 BR, 2 BA,
oversized deck, private backyard, wood
floors and warm colors, FmRm down
w/fireplace, move in ready $129,900
Sherri O’Dowd/230-9999 /
3100 SOUTHWOOD CIR New
flooring & updates throughout, master
bath updated w/walk-in tiled shower,
FmRm down, new furnace & water
heater, mature trees. $125,000 Adam
Stark/230-7791 /

2513 PLYMOUTH ROCK Solid
ranch, vaulted wood lined ceilings, big
bay windows, eat-in kitchen, master
suite, FmRm down, fenced yard. &
extra parking spaces. $124,000 Adam
Stark/230-7791 /

628 BELMONT 3BR, 2 BA brick
home, Belair schools, updated with
lots of new carpet and paint, new A/C,
newer roof, immediate possession pos-
sible $123,999 Ron Pleus/690-2009 /

4907 RAINBOW DR Completely
remodeled throughout, hardwoods,
New FmRm addition gives extra space,
FmRm down w/ extra bedroom,
above ground pool, two storage sheds.
$120,000 Adam Stark/230-7791 /

109 RIDGEWAY Charming 4 BR,
1+ story on beautifully landscaped lot,
close to public & private schools, possi-
ble 2 masters, gas fireplace, both baths
have updated, sunroom $117,500
Allen Hollander/761-3309 /

135 DOUGLAS 1 block from West
School, 1+ story, a little TLC will go
a long way, wood floors throughout
and FmRm down. $110,000 Adam
Stark/230-7791 /

1608 BEVERLY ST Adorabl e
rancher on a cul-de-sac, gleaming hard-
woods, built-ins , oversized LR, FmRm
down, plenty of extra storage, $98,000
Adam Stark/230-7791 /

SADDLEBROOKE LOTS Only
3 lots left! Gated community, private
rural area, paved roads, 15 acre lake,
JC Schools $69,500- $89,500 Clare
Darnell/690-0414 /

2769 SOUTHRIDGE Great home
on dead end street, main level living w/
garage & large deck in back overlook-
ing park-like backyard, storage shed.
$79,900 Monica Schmitz/690-1924 /

1002 MONROE Wonder updated
home top to bottom, new appliances,
refinished hardwoods, tile & carpet,
refinished claw foot tub, furnace &
A/C + MORE $69,900 Doug Puck-
ett/761-3318 /

SLEEPY HOLLOW SUBDIVISION
Large wooded lots are available for the
1st time in an extablished subdivision,
many are in a cul-de-sac w/ gorgeous
views of the Moreau River. $20,000
Lisa Kauffman/680-0083 /
407 JEFFERSON Located down-
town, single story building w/6000 sq.
ft. & plenty of off-street parking. Darrel
Gordon/761-3301?/
2509 MO BLVD Retai l space
for lease, great location, high vis-
ibility. $1095/sq ft NNN. Darrel
Gordon/761-3301?/
3501 W TRUMAN BLVD FOR
LEASE 3200 sq ft and up. Darrel
Gordon/761-3301?/
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(573) 636-9994
308 EAST HIGH STREET, SUITE 101 - JEFFERSON CITY
www.themehmertgroup.com
Serving the
Jefferson City Area
Contact us today for personal and professional service
Located in Downtown Jefferson City
DeeDee
Mehmert
ABR, CRS, GRI
680-1002
Kevin
Kohler
378-0511
Gwynn
Ready
e-PRO, GRI, ABR
690-4035
Donna
Hildebrand
680-7137
Phyllis
Wood
690-9464
Sharon
Schlueter
291-4795
Laval
Dunn
694-4078
Sarah
Fontaine
690-4275
Alice
Riegel
291-1886
2541 Plymouth Rock Dr
Updated 4 bedroom, 3 bath home in
Cedar Hill school district. Must see!
$132,900. Call Sarah. Dir: Route C
to Vieth Dr to L on Yorktown, to L on
Rolling Hills to R on Plymouth Rock
Dr. Last home on the L.
104 King Ridge Rd
Hard to find new constrution in Pio-
neer School District. 1600 sqft main lvl
rancher, 3BDR, 2BA, 2 car attached ga-
rage. No basement to worry about here.
Must see! $167,500. Call Dee Dee.
2312 Bluebird Dr
Hurry on this cute 3BDR home priced
to sell! New roof, 2 car carport. Private
fenced in back yard. Almost 1300sqft.
Need to see! $85,900. Call Dee Dee.
Dir: Route C to Idlewood to Bluebird,
home on R.
809 Southern Air
Lots of updates in this 4 bedroom, 3
bath home in Belair school district!
Lower family room. Plenty of storage
througouth the home. $136,900. Call
Sarah Dir: Belair to Royal Air to R on
Airview, L on Southern Air, home on R
718 Dean Dr
Priced to sell! Quiet street, Belair
school, all brick, large deck, newer hard
wd flrs and carpet. Newer appliances,
granite counter tops, large family down.
$129,900. Call Kevin. Dir: North on
Hwy 179, L on Sue Dr, R on Kay Lynn,
R on Dewayne, L on Dean.
OPEN SAT. 10:00-12:00
OPEN SUN. 1:30-2:30 OPEN SUN. 3:00-4:00
2111 Hastings Rd
3BDR, 2BA new home w/ split bed-
room floor plan. Hardwoods in the
kitchen, dining, and entry. Unfinished
basement for that future needed expan-
sion. $179,900. Call Gwynn
2035 Buehrle Dr
Must see this cozy 3BDR, 1BA home w/
hardwood floors, newer paint, newer
appliances, newer windows & doors.
Spacious 1 car gar w/ storage area.
Seller will assist w/ some closing cost.
$99,900. Call Alice.
905 Latham Rd., California
Family friendly beauty with a remod-
eled kitchen & 2BA 3BDR with a large,
flat back yard just right for family fun.
Main level laundry in great neighbor-
hood. $126,500. Call Kevin. Dir:
From US 50 to 87 N Exit, L on Rice,
R on Latham
OPEN FRI. 6:00-8:00
2853 Foxdale Dr
Country Victorian 2 story in Quail
Valley Lake subdivision. Ovr 5400sqft,
4BDR, 4.5BA, 2 Mstr suites. Very
open & natural light. Hardwds, crown
molding, formal areas & game area.
Beautiful landscaped yard! $475,000.
Call Dee Dee.
2113 Schotthill Woods Dr
Commercial Building, great east end
location!l Priced to sell! Over 2500sqft.
Parking for 23! Perfect for office, restau-
rant , medical or insurance company.
Building & Land only. $195,500.
Call Dee Dee.
608 E State St
Great Location across from the new fed-
eral court house! This is a very versatile
property w/ opportunity for income
from the 2 family units. Property is
sold as is. $74,900. Call Sharon.
21155 S Belfry Ct
Your exclusive showplace in Eagle
Knoll SD, near golf course . 5BDR,
3.5BA. Lots of glass for sun-filled liv-
ing, custom builder owned w/ total
uniqueness! Private mstr suite. Lwr
lvl has many features. $365,000. Call
Dee Dee.
OPEN SAT. 1:00-3:00
INVESTMENT
AUCTION SAT. AT 10:00
INVESTMENT
Mark Knapp
With 25 Years of Experience in Our Community!
For virtual tour and more info go to www.markknapp.net
(573)761-3464
Your Commercial & Farm Land Specialist
www.MarkKnapp.net • MarkKnapp@remax.net
This would make a great horse
or cattle farm with woods for
great hunting. 2480+- sq.ft 4
bedroom home that has been
totally updated through out.
45x60 & 45x45 pole barns
great for livestock or other
uses, also a 24x30 detached
garage. Pond for fishing and
swimming. On Blacktop road.
House is in J.C. schools but
has 2 acres in New Bloomfield
Schools. $249,900.
20+- ACRES ON BLACKTOP
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$245,900 Come by and see this lovely
home! 4 bed/3 full baths and great yard
just waiting for a new family. Pam
Barkhaus 632-8504
Saturday 9:00 - 10:30
3005 Glenstone Court
$230,000 4 bdrm, 2 full & 2 half baths,
formal dining, open kitchen & family
room area & 2nd FMD. Pam Barkhaus
632-8504
Friday 5:00 - 6:00
401 Brookwood Court
$124,900 3 bed/2.5 bath/2 car garage w/
additional storage, fresh paint, new deck,
Cedar Hills Schools. Damion Gerlt 632-
8511
Saturday 9:00 - 10:30
1627 Independence Dr.
$359,900 Reduced - Awesome 5 bed/3.5
bath 1.5 story, game room, FMD, bar,
kitchen fireplace, granite & marble entry.
Greg Holtmeyer 338-0046
Saturday 10:00 - 11:00
4024 Catalina Drive
$230,000 4 bdrm, 2 full & 2 half baths,
formal dining, open kitchen & family
room area & 2nd FMD. Pam Barkhaus
632-8504
Saturday 1:00 - 2:00
401 Brookwood Court
$72,500 Charm, character & updated!
3 bed, 2 full baths, 1 car garage & main
level laundry, tons of new throughout!
Nicole Patterson 632-8506
Saturday 10:00 - 11:00
102 Third St. , California
$179,900 Brick ranch, great curb appeal,
main level living, 5 bed/3 bath, great
view from deck, split bedroom plan. Alan
Mudd 632-8507
Saturday 10:30 - 11:30
2107 Deer Trail
$119,900 Brick ranch, 4 bed/2.5 baths,
updated kitchen, attached garage, fenced
backyard, updates. Shirley Luebbering
632-8505
Saturday 10:30 - 11:30
629 Belmont Dr.
$155,000 3 Bdrm/2 bath move-in ready
home on 9.94 acres in town, nice deck
overlooks woods - a must see! Pam
Barkhaus 632-8504
Saturday 11:00 - 12:00
2203 Idlewood Road
$134,900 Charming 4 bed/2.5 bath home
on an impressive level lot, private wooded
backyard, great family room w/fireplace.
Alan Mudd 632-8507
Saturday 12:00 - 1:00
2605 Twin Hills Rd
$87,000 Fantastic 3 bed/1.5 bath ranch w/
huge deck, updated roof, siding, soffits,
garage door & carpet! Nicole Patterson
632-8506
Saturday 12:00 - 1:00
5407 Bagnall Dr. 3005 Glenstone Court - $245,900 4
bed/3.5 bath ranch home that’s had lots
of tender loving care located just outside
city limits & ready for new family. Pam
Barkhaus 632-8504
2033 Buehrle Dr. - $126,900 Updated
& move in ready! 3 bed/1 bath, 1 car ga-
rage, 4 sides brick, FMD, custom kitchen,
200’ deep lot, Cedar Hill Schools! Jami
Wenzel 632-8632
350 Northrup Ave. - $239,000 New Price
- New house, you help design the down-
stairs to your liking such as theater room,
wet bar & fireplace - a must see! Dottie
Bemboom 690-1551
5428 Scruggs Station Rd - $244,900 Im-
proved price, 2 story, 3.95 wooded acres,
4 bed/3.5 bath, carport, detached garage
& 2 metal buildings. Alan Mudd 632-
8507
3102 Cassidy Rd. - $184,900 New Price
on this 3 bed, 3 bath, 3 car garage home
on 8 acres. Home shows beautifully and
has many updates! Marianne Pollock
632-8600
10532 Dody’s Little Acres - $115,000
Earth Contact in Eugene School District,
2.5+/- acres, 2 car attached, 2 detached
workshops! Joanie Forck 632-8502
30280 Hwy PP - $99,500 New Price - 2
bedroom ranch, family room down, appli-
anced kitchen, woodburning FP, & cov-
ered porch. Helen Bolin 230-8780
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BEAUTIFUL ONE-OF-A-KIND HOME. Magnificent interior
with huge rooms - especially the master suite. Luxuriate in the
jetted tub and feel overwhelmed with the super sized walk in
closet. Four bedrooms, three baths, formal dining room, eat-in
kitchen, fireplaced living room, rec room, bunches of storage,
and two car attached garage round out the sensational picture.
$215,000.
GREAT GETAWAY! Here it is - a home on the Osage River
with 1.39 acres! Many new updates including interior doors,
windows, flooring, paint, vinyl siding, some kitchen cabinets,
counter top and more. Room for boat storage in the carport;
plus an outbuilding. Only $89,900!
1826 Grand Point Ct.
PRICE REDUCED! $210,000
Great Location! Directions: Route C to left on
Route CC to right on Grand Point.
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1105 WINSTON DR. - $82,500
All brick 3 bedroom rancher, 1 1/2 baths, fireplace,
refinished hardwoods, remodeled kitchen, newer
windows on main, french doors to concrete deck,
private backyard.
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New Listings
NEW

Monticello Acres! This
outstanding neighborhood has an
opening for you. This wonderful
1+ story home greets guests w/
hardwood floors in the foyer spill-
ing into the beautiful formal dining
room. The inviting & grandiose liv-
ing room features soaring ceilings
that open to the balcony above
& a glorious fireplace. The over-
sized kitchen is a cook’s delight
w/ a large island, solid surface
countertops, ample cabinetry, &
2 pantries. Retreat to the main
level master suite & unwind in the
luxurious jetted tub. The fabulous
walk out basement is perfect for
entertaining w/ a large family
room with fireplace & a great,
wrap around wet bar. Relax in
the sun on the sizable deck or the
shaded patio below overlooking
the private yard. Finishing the deal
to this stunning 5 bedroom home
is the 3rd car garage for storing
your tools & toys. Being offered at
$379,900. For more information
call or visit AlanWheatHomes.com
Alan Wheat
761-3444

NEW

2929 Cantaberry Won-
derful 5 Bedroom 3 bath home
sitting waterfront at Quail Valley
Lake. Brick Ranch features:
granite kitchen; master with
double walk-in closets, custom
tile shower, & gorgeous lake
views; living rm with hardwoods,
fireplace and million dollar lake
view, open floorplan, heated tile
floors in large open family room,
and more! BethMcGeorge.com
for more details and pics!
Beth McGeorge
761-3489
New Listings
NEW

21 ACRE NATURE
LOVERS RETREAT! Twenty
One acres that the sellers have
reverted back to natural grasses
with beautiful natural flowers
and an abundance of wildlife.
Gorgeous home included with
a three car detached garage/
workshop. Set up to raise your
own chickens. A pole barn to
accommodate a horse or two.
A fantastic tree house for the
kids with a zip line! Beautiful
views from every window in the
home! Very very private setting.
$299,900
Carlene Bax
761-3406

NEW

PEACE & QUIET Pri-
vacy galore in this quality main-
tenance free home on over a
acre lot. Soak up your view
of woods in the living room w/
wall of windows & wood floors.
Kitchen is fabulous: 36 linear ft
of cabinetry! Island w/breaksfast
bar, desk, lazy susans, wood
floors & pantry! Master suite
w/wall of windows too & deluxe
master bath w/giant walk in
closet, corner jetted tub, tile floor.
All 5 bedrooms have oversized
closets. Lower level fully fin-
ished w/large family room w/wall
of windows & corner gas fire-
place, 2 more large bedrooms
plus an office & laundry room.
Community lake nearby w/lake
privileges. $225,000
Lois Hogan
761-3202

NEW

OVER 3,100 sqft FIN-
ISHED WITH 2100+ ON THE
MAIN FLOOR! This home is
plenty spacious and its been
updated with new carpet, paint
& light fixtures throughout. This
home has a 2 car attached ga-
rage. High efficiency furnace,
main level laundry, a fireplace
and a wood stove, a central
vacuum system, 4 bedrooms
plus an office, 3 full baths, a
huge unfinished storage room in
the lower level with double doors
to the outside, and the list goes
on & on. From the maintenance
free deck you can relax and
enjoy the private back yard with
numerous beautiful mature trees
all around. This one is worth a
look! $224,900
Chris Christian
761-3435

NEW

LOVELY UPDATED 4
BEDROOM RANCH 140 Riv-
erwood Dr. $214,900 See Open
House Ad
Teresa Regalado
761-3404
NEW

Spacious Care Free
Living! An Inviting town home
is what you will find here where
you can leave the lawn work
and snow removal to someone
else. You will feel welcome as
you enter the front door from
the covered front porch into the
wonderful large spaces com-
fortable for quiet evenings or
large gatherings. You will want
to check this out for yourself.
Being offered at $189,900. For
more information call or visit
AlanWheatHomes.com
Alan Wheat
761-3444

NEW

WONDERFUL HOME
WI TH FABULOUS FLOOR
PLAN! You’ll feel at home the
moment you set foot inside the
spacious living room. You’ll also
love the eat-in kitchen with won-
derful stainless steel appliances,
a tile backsplash and more than
enough cabinets. The large mas-
ter bedroom has plenty of space
for large furniture, a wonderful
master bath, and walk in closet.
The family room down is the
perfect place to entertain with
a wet bar & plenty of room for
game night or movie night. The
laundry is conveniently located
on the main floor, the driveway
is level, and the garage is over-
sized this is one you want to see!
$157,900
Chris Christian
761-3435
NEW

LIL BIT COUNTRY!!
want to stretch out a bit, this 4
bedroom 3 bath home offers
breathing room inside and out.
The columns make for an estate
feel, with the large shade trees
and hydrangea and deck over-
looking beautiful countryside.
Family sized kitchen with island
and pantry. Formal dining room
for entertaining.Main level of-
fice with built-ins. Lower level
fireplace with insert will keep
you toasty on cold nights to
come. Pioneer Trail school and
located just off Hwy 50W to zip
into town!!! $139,900
Kim Huffman
761-3407

NEW

MAIN LEVEL LIVING in
this beautiful & well-maintained
condo conveniently located
close to everything you need.
This 2 bedroom 2 full bath home
is ready to move into. Warm
colors & decor will make you
feel welcome the minute you
enter. The homeowners take
pride as you can see from the
beautiful landscape yard. Large
semi-open floor plan offers large
kitchen with breakfast bar oak
cabinets & stainless steel ap-
pliances. Nice-appointed living
room with high ceilings & dining
area. Large master bedroom
with large walk-in closet. Nice
patio overlooks fenced in yard
which allows for privacy. This
home will impress you inside &
outside & especially the price of
only $125,000.
Connie Nussbaum
761-3425

NEW

HOME ON 2.5 ACRES
WITH POOL! Manufactured
home with 4 bedrooms, 2 full
baths, and woodburning fireplace.
Home has spacious living room
and kitchen, and a large master
bedroom. Sliding glass doors in
living room lead to a deck and
above ground pool. Concrete
pad is in place for a shed or de-
tached garage. Home also has a
handicap side entrance. $75,900
Cathy Hennessy
761-3481
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NEW

Cedar Hills School! Here
you will find a wonderful all brick
home. You will be pleased w/ this
home as soon as you enter the
driveway from the nicely main-
tained landscaped lawn to the in-
side with newer windows, kitchen,
& heating & cooling. Outside you
will find a large deck & patio per-
fect for entertaining. All areas of
this home show love & care that
the sellers have had for this home
in the past years. This is a great
place to call home. Being offered
at $119,900 for more information
call or visit AlanWheatHomes.com
Alan Wheat
761-3444
NEW

NEW LISTING!! Great
home with tons of updating! Easy
living with no maintenance exterior
and laminate and tile floors. Spa-
cious living room has a vaulted
ceiling. Newer kitchen cabinets
and appliances. Large master bed-
room with HUGE walk in closet!!
Enormous patio in back, perfect
for outdoor entertaining. Fenced
backyard and shed. Only $64,900.
Julie Shiery
761-3412

513 Split Rock
OPEN

SAT 9:30-11:00 AN
OMG! ... YOU MUST SEE INSIDE
DELIGHT! The design & attention
to detail puts this newer home
above grade! Arched walkways,
rich hrdwds, soaring ceilings &
Walls of Windows create open
spaces for easy living. Picture
perfect dining rm, Vaulted great
rm, Granite lined kitchen, Amazing
master w/chandelier bath, glass
block window, huge walk in cloet
and private deck entrance! An ex-
pansive lower level boasts large
rec area PLUS bonus area and
3rd garage down! Delightful cul de
sac location w/level front & back-
yards w/great backyard privacy!!
Charming neighborhood close to
Binder Lake priced $20,000 below
appraisal! $299,900
Sandy Prenger
761-3488

3624 Willow Brook
OPEN

SAT 11:30 - 1:30
TREE BORDERED 1.56 ACRE
LOT... within jogging distance
to the Mall and in Belair school
district. Everything updated with
tiled baths and kitchen. Designer
colors. Fireplaced MANCAVE.
Vaulted ceiling in fireplaced Family
Room plus Rec Room plus office.
Covered deck, brick patio with
Hot Tub. Detached Shop with
electricity. Excellent condition.
Artfully landscaped. YOUR OWN
PARK @ $229,900 Truman Blvd.
to Scott Station Road, to right on
Willow Brook, home on left at end
of street on cul de sac
Mary Kinstler
761-3408

329 Eastland Dr.
OPEN

SAT 10:15-11:15 6
BEDROOM, 3 FULL & 2 HALF
BATHS This home has is all when
you are looking for lots of room for
family & entertaining. Formal living
room, Dining room, 2 Family rooms
with fireplaces . All on a large lot
across from Lewis & Clark Middle
School. Easy access to grocery,
restaurants, etc. A lot of home
for the money at $165,000. 329
Eastland
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

3510 Shermans Hollow
OPEN

FRI 5-6 Spacious Sun-
filled 3 BR/3.5 bath condo beauti-
fully cared for. Sunroom and north
facing deck look out over park like
backyard. $239,900
Leslie Davis
761-3426

1007 Las Brisas Ct.
OPEN

SAT 9-10 NEW CON-
STRUCTION w/3 CAR GARAGE
Spectacular new construction brick
rancher w/4 bedrooms on main.
Spacious open floor plan with
vaulted ceiling & gorgeous hard-
woods in the living room. Fabulous
kitchen with beautiful cabinets & a
breakfast bar. Step out onto the
deck to overlook your backyard
with a peaceful, wooded view. Main
floor laundry. Master bath is luxuri-
ous with a tiled walk in shower &
a heated jetted corner tub for your
relaxation. Eastland to Bald Hill to
R on Las Brisas Ct. $229,900
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

5519 LaCharette Dr.
OPEN

SAT 9: 30- 10: 30
SPECTACULAR INSIDE AND
OUT! NEW WESTEND RANCH-
ER! Another beauty built by Schan-
bacher Construction Co! Gorgeous
rancher with 3 car main level ga-
rages, large main level mud room
with built in cubbie area just off
laundry room. An expansive island
with granite countertop separates
the kitchen from the great room.
Top of the line stainless steel ap-
pliances includes a 5 burner gas
cooktop! Both formal and informal
dining areas. Open floor plan with
split bedroom design. Master suite
with a huge tiled walk-in shower
with multiple shower heads. Cov-
ered deck to enjoy the outdoors!
$325,000 West on Country Club
dr. to right on Rainbow Dr. to right
on Henwick Ln to left on Natchez
Trace to right on La Charette
Carlene Bax
761-3406

511 William Waye
OPEN

SAT 9:30-10:30 CUS-
TOM BUILT ELEGANCE AND
comfort can be found throughout
this 3 yr old, 4 bedroom, 3 bath
rancher! With beautiful architectur-
al trim, plenty of wood & tile floors,
and unique ceilings, this home is
the key to happiness. Just some of
the wonderful amenities include,
stainless appliances, custom cabi-
nets, a walk-in, tile shower, his &
hers vanities, main level laundry
room, a spacious family room, a
3rd garage/workshop, nice storage
space and a sprinkler system. A
quality buy at $293,000 and your
FIRST opportunity to see this gor-
geous home! Dir: Country Club to
Rainbow, right on Henwick, left on
William Waye (before Binder Lake)
Cathie Hirschvogel
761-3427

140 Riverwood Dr.
OPEN

SAT 9: 30- 10: 30
GREAT CENTRAL LOCATION
- MOVE IN READY RANCH It is
such a treat to walk into this beau-
tiful 4 bedroom 3 bath ranch with
something for everyone. Featuring
fantastic updates throughout in-
cluding newly redesigned modern
open floor plan with sculptured
ceilings, all new kitchen w/granite
countertops breakfast bar/island,
cabinetry, and ceramic backsplash.
New and refinished hardwood
flooring, new lighting, and more.
You will certainly enjoy the lovely
finished basement with a family
room complete w/wet bar and gas
fireplace, also a spacious office
with built-in desk, separate game
room, plus 4th bedroom. Relax on
the deck or patio in the peaceful
private back yard. A must see at
$214,900!
Teresa Regalado
761-3404

1108 Lee
OPEN

SAT 9:30-10:30 3
Levels of WOW! Love the Kitchen,
Master Suite you won’t want to
leave, Living & Dining ideal for
entertaining and super nice Fam-
ily Room. Sunroom Included!No
Short Cuts taken in this Beautifully
updated home. $124,900 JeffCity-
RealEstate.com
Leslie Davis
761-3426

952 Sardonyx Drive
OPEN

SAT 10-11 ALL MAIN
LEVEL LIVING - offering over
2200 sq.ft. Vaulted Living Room,
3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths. Stunning
Hardwoods show off the Kitchen
with Oak cabinets and island.
Screen Porch overlooking nice
backyard. Family Room down.
$174,900 Dir: W. Edgewood to
Diamond Ridge to Sardonyx.
www.LylaStark.net/10040329
Lyla Stark
761-3401

4305 Rainbow Circle
OPEN

SAT 10- 11 NEW
PRICE! Gorgeous West End
Ranch Style home. Beautiful kitch-
en, luxurious master suite, vaulted
ceiling living room with fresh paint
colors throughout home, maint.
free deck, fenced yard, 2 car ga-
rage and more! MUST SEE PICS
@ BethMcGeorge.com $144,900
Beth McGeorge
761-3489
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2536 Concord Ave
OPEN

SAT 10-11 Have a
First Hand LOOK at this unique
3BR home! Soaring ceilings &
a open stair case welcomes you.
Adorable kitchen overlooks a great
landscaped back yard. Featuring 2
BR on the main level & an upper
master suite with serene lower lev-
el family room. Move to the TOP
of your list at $124,900. Vieth Dr.
to Yorktown, Left on Rolling Hills,
Right on Concord. Home on Right.
Helen Lange
761-3456

96 S Larand
OPEN

SAT 10:30-11:30
AWESOME RANCH IN LAKE
MYKEE warm colors welcomes
you into this 3 bed, 3 bath home
in beautiful Subdivision. Nice
entry opens to large living & din-
ing room. Very functional kitchen
with movable island has just been
remodeled with new appliances,
floors & more. Home has all new
carpet has been freshly painted &
updated lights. Nice master w/walk
in closet. Great family room down
large enough for many functions
and has 3rd bath w/jetted tub.
Gorgeous lot overlooks lake from
dining room but is across from lake
& backs up to field for lots of pri-
vacy! Enjoy the screened in porch
off kitchen. Priced to sell, owners
transferring. THIS ONE WILL NOT
LAST LONG Hwy 54 East to OO/
AA exit, left then rt at light on to Old
54 Hwy, rt into Lake Mykee, when
road splits, stay right.
Karen Leydens Martin
761-3442

1310 Swifts Highway G 105
OPEN

SAT 10:30-12 VIEW
OF THE CAPITOL - right from your
own Condo! Enjoy the sun from
this spacious deck overlooking the
city. 1100 sq.ft. plus garage. Open
floor plan, 2 spacious Bedrooms, 2
Baths. Complex amenities include
swimming pool and tennis court.
Dir: Southwest Blvd to Swifts
Highway(Across for Helias) G
Building , End Unit. $79,900
www.LylaStark.net/10039599
Lyla Stark
761-3401

3620 Darice Ln.
OPEN

SAT 11-12 WONDER-
FUL SOUGHT AFTER NEIGH-
BORHOOD Don’t miss out on this
amazing spacious 3 bedroom 3
bath home located on a quiet cul-
de-sac street. Featuring a huge
living room complete w/cathedral
ceiling and gas fireplace, spacious
formal dining room w/circle top
window, gourmet kitchen w/lots
of cabinets and counter space.
Lovely master suite w/double clos-
ets, double vanity, jetted tub, and
step-in shower. The full unfinished
basement offers the opportunity
for future expansion to create your
own ideal family room/game room
plus the 3rd full bath has already
been completed! A real steal at the
reduced price of $164,900!
Teresa Regalado
761-3404

128 Lavinia
OPEN

SAT 11- 12 JUST
LISTED! Relax- it’s been restored!
This 3 bedroom 2 bathroom has
been renovated by the present
owner. Some of the remodeling
includes updated kitchen, updated
bathrooms and much more! Dir:
W. Main to W Circle to N Circle
to Lavinia.
Ashley Pederson
761-3429

112 Bolton
OPEN

SAT 11-12 A Walk in
the Park or a block to West School.
HW Floors under carpet, fireplace
in LR & woodstove in huge main
level family room. Great multi-
level deck, large level backyard &
workshop w/ vac system! $89,900
JeffCityRealEstate.com
Leslie Davis
761-3426

118 Tomahawk Lane
OPEN

SAT 11:30-12:30
MUST SEE! NEW CONSTRUC-
TION 1 1/2 story home with master
bedroom, laundry, & garage on
main. Designer ceilings. Open floor
plan. Galley kitchen. Bonus room
upstairs with 2 bedroom & bath.
Did heated floor on slab. Has 5x7
concrete storm shelter. Foamed
insulation great for storage above
garage. E. McCarty to 118 Toma-
hawk $162,900
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

114 Arden
OPEN

SAT 11:30-12:30 114
Arden Drive Wonderful 4 Bed 2.5
Bath home with 2 Car Attached
Garage. Main Level Laundry,
Huge Family Room, Updated
Kitchen, Fenced Backyard, and
Master Suite offers double closets
& attached bath! Must See pics
@ BethMcGeorge.com $121,900
Beth McGeorge
761-3489

1624 W. Main
OPEN

SAT 11:30-12:30 Beau-
tiful Shaded Landscape welcomes
you to the front porch of this charm-
ing home with all of today’s recent
updates. New windows & HVAC says
this home is energy friendly. Large
deck overlooks the big back yard of
this 3 bedroom home. Enjoy the tree
lined sidewalks in a west end neigh-
borhood. A must see at $118,500.
(Seller is Listening). Dix Rd. Right on
West Main, Home on Left
Helen Lange
761-3456
3018 Bradley Drive
OPEN

SAT 12-1 SPACIOUS
RANCH ON 5 ACRES Could be
HOBBY Farm or HORSE Ranch...
endless possibilities! Enjoy valted
ceiings and light and airy at-
moshere. Great room offers lots
of space for the whole family with
cozy fireplace w/insert. Great Entry
with large dining room and bay
window. Eat-in kitchen includes
lots of cabinets and walks out to
large deck/gazebo area. Awe-
some Master with new tile shower,
granite & sun deck with relaxing
view of acreage. Enjoy the barn
complete with electric, water, 5
stalls, fenced riding arena or could
have many other uses & possible
chicken coop for farm fresh eggs.
Beyond the barn is every mans
dream a 38x24 shop! Pasture
area is fenced & cross fenced with
lean-to & pond. Beautifully land-
scaped yard and level land. Many
GARDEN possibilities. Less than
a mile from Hwy 54 E. REDUCED
and won’t last long $235,000 Hwy
54 E to right on TT (Just past Holts
Summit), 1 mi. on left
Karen Leydens Martin
761-3442

1508 S Summit
OPEN

SAT 1-2 7 PRIVATE
WOODED ACRES - Just minutes
from Jefferson City. Custom Brick
Ranch offering over 2000 sq.ft.
Spacious Kitchen with Breakfast
Bar walks out to cozy Sunroom.
Formal Living Room, Fireplace and
Jetted Tub. Family Room Down in
walk-out basement. 2 car carport.
$164,900 Dir: Hwy 54 North to
Summit Dr exit, turn left. Home
on Left.
www.LylaStark.net/10038963
Lyla Stark
761-3401

522 Holiday
OPEN

SAT 1-2 522 Holiday
4 Bedroom 3 Bath home with
wonderful level fenced backyard!
Features: 2 Car Garage, New
Windows, Updated Kitchen, new
fixtures and much more! $118,000
Beth McGeorge
761-3489

9467 Erika Lane
OPEN

SAT 1:30-3 STYLISH
NEWER RANCH - with appealing
Floor Plan. Open Living Room
and Kitchen. Oak Cabinets, Black
Appliances, Granite Composite
Sink and Center Island. Master
Bedroom with Private Bath and
wal k-i n Cl oset. Fami l y Room
down in Walk-out Basement. 2
Car Garage. $141,500 Dir: Hwy 54
North to New Bloomfield exit, Left
through New Bloomfield. Straight
on Route MM. Left on Erika Lane.
www.LylaStark.net/10039881
Lyla Stark
761-3401

7521 Route BB
OPEN

SUN 12:30 - 2:30
Breath-Taking Views This builder-
owned home rests comfortably on
5 hilltop acres with miles of views.
Soak in the scenery from your very
own SunRoom. With an open floor
plan, the kitchen boasts a break-
fast bar, stainless appliances, huge
pantry with roll out drawers & 3
lazy susans. Impressive master
suite with 2 walk in closets, private
shower & jetted tub. Tile & wood
floors. 4 Garages & Work Shop.
This home is now an even better
value at $199,900 plus new carpet
& hardwoods. Preview @ Jared-
Dollar.com then come see in per-
son. Hwy 54 to Hwy 17 (Eugene),
Left on BB, Home on Right.
Jared Dollar
761-3483
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761-3435
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HOGAN
GRI, SRES, CRS
761-3202
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GRI, e-PRO
761-3497
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LEE
761-3482
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KNAPP
761-3464
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BRZUCHALSKI
CRS, GRI,
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761-3409
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761-3417
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STARK
HALL OF FAME
761-3401
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WIGGINS
761-3423
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BROWERS
761-3433
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761-3427
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PEDERSON
761-3429
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SCHULTE
761-3470
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CRB, GRI
761-3408
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RUSH
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761-3405
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ABR, GRI
761-3413
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761-3460
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PRENGER
GRI, e-PRO
761-3410
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761-3419
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761-3426
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204 So. Capistrano
OPEN

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RIDGE Stunning rancher with a
wall of windows overlooking a pri-
vate backyard with mature trees.
Three car main level garages, 4
bedrooms with potential for more
if needed, 3 fireplaces, and a full
yard sprinkler system. This well
planned rancher has large rooms
throughout. Main floor great room
with an alcove for the grand piano
plus a family room on the main
floor too! Private screened porch
off the master suite. Rec room with
wet bar on lower level. There’s
more! Terrific price at $314,500.
Country Club West of Mall to Right
on Monterey into Emerald Ridge
Sub. to right on Carmel to left on
So. Capistrano
Carlene Bax
761-3406

118 PALISADES DRIVE
OPEN

SUN 1- 3 WHEEL
OVER & DEAL! Heirs want es-
tate settled and have reduced
the price on this 5 bedroom, 3+
bath home with over 3800 sq.
ft. of finished area! Outstanding
features include 18’ ceiling height
in the Great Room & Entry along
with an open staircase, central
vac system, 2 gas log fireplaces,
double slider door entrances onto
the maintenance free deck as
well as lower level double slider
door entrances from its spacious
Family Room onto the patio with
its privacy fenced backyard and
located on a cul-de-sac street in
the EMERALD RIDGE SUBDIVI-
SION. Real luxury at a sensible
price of $299,500! EVELYN will
be on hand to show you through!
For interior views, go to www.jef-
fcityhomes.net. Country Club Drive
to Monterey (EMERALD RIDGE
SUBDIVISION), right onto Terra
Bella, left onto Capistrano, left onto
Palisades Drive.
Evelyn Loethen
761-3445

3572 county Rd. 4006
OPEN

SUN 12-1:30 FAN-
TASTIC HARD TO FIND MINI
RANCH The spacious 4 bedroom
home is just a part of the whole
package. Featuring updated baths
and kitchen, main level laundry,
and nice family room down w/
fireplace and walk to patio. This
wonderful property also includes
a 60x30 barn, 80x60 outdoor rid-
ing arena, loafing sheds, and 9.4
acres of gorgeous pasture which is
fenced and cross fenced. Perfect
for the horse lover but also just a
great country home! $214,900 Hwy
54 to Holts Summit to AA/OO exit
to State Rd. AA. Go approx. 4.5
miles to left on County Rd. 4006
to property on right.
Teresa Regalado
761-3404

1619 Northport
OPEN

SUN 12:30-1:30 THE
WHOLE PACKAGE! AWESOME
HOME! Loaded with TLC this 4
bedroom, 3 bath, 2800 +/- sq. ft.
home has been extensively updat-
ed with totally remodeled kitchen
including cherry stained cabinetry,
countertops, wood flooring, light-
ing, fixtures, etc. All bedrooms
are spacious! Master boasts huge
walk-in closet, double vanity, jetted
tub! Private backyard with newer
trek deck and fire pit area! A must
see @ $184,900
Carol Gardner
761-3460

220 Northrup
OPEN

SUN 1-2 THIS HOME
SAYS COME IN! You’ll feel right at
home the moment you step inside
this newish, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath
rancher with an oversized living
room & a vaulted ceiling. The
wonderful kitchen includes custom
cabinets, all the appliances & a
pantry. If you have large master
bedroom furniture, then you’ll have
no problem placing furniture here.
The gas fireplace in the family
room will be perfect this winter. Add
to that, a huge 2 car garage, no-
maintenance exterior & level yard,
& your home search could be over!
Now only $150,000. Dir: Hwy 54E,
right on Center St, left on Karen,
right on Northrup, home on left
Cathie Hirschvogel
761-3427

3143 Moreau View Dr
OPEN

SUN 1-2 WELL TAKEN
CARE OF PROPERTY! Lots of up-
dates, shiny hardwoods, situated
on a double lot, 3 total garages,
it’s a MUST SEE! $135,000 Dir:
Hwy 50 East to E. McCarty exit, go
over Hwy 50 at first roundabout,
take 2nd right on 2nd roundabout,
right on Robinson, left at fork,
home on left.
Chris Christian
761-3435
204 South East St.
OPEN

SUN 1-2:30 Grand
Old House built in 1906, TO-
TALLY RESTORED!!! From the
moment you step onto her beautiful
porch you will feel welcomed. This
house has been tastefully updated,
leaving many of the historical as-
pects in tact. BUT she has a brand
new kitchen with cabinets, counter
tops, high quality appliances, 2
new full bathrooms. All the wood
floors and stair case have been ful-
ly restored to their former beauty.
Other major updates include new
roof, furnace/ACs, windows, elec-
trical service to name a few. The
house and workshop rests on a
double lot. WOW, what a property
priced at $119,500!!! Guess what,
this property qualifies for 100%
financing. Call Linda Lee at 573-
353-6559 for a private showing.
Hwy 50 W. to California, turn right
on South East St. House on right.
Linda Lee
761-3482

926 Tanya Lynn Drive
OPEN

SUN 1:30-3 FAMILY
SIZE 1 1/2 STORY - Towering
entry foyer and hardwood flooring
throughout main level. Formal Din-
ing. Formal Living Room with fire-
place. Spacious Kitchen with Eat-
in area. Huge Master Bedroom on
main level. Updated bath includes
custom tile shower, jetted tub and
tile flooring. L Shape Family Room
down. Workshop down. 40 ft. deck,
and fenced backyard. $205,000
Dir: Edgewood to Tanya Lynn
www.LylaStark.net/10040802
Lyla Stark
761-3401
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RON
KAISER
761-3424
CATHY
HENNESSY
GRI
761-3481
KAREN
LEYDENS
MARTIN
761-3442
JON
BEASLEY
761-3436
KYLIE
WERNER
GRI
761-3416
CONNIE
NUSSBAUM
ABR, GRI,
MRE, AHWD
761-3425
JOE
SCHAEFER
761-3430
TERESA
REGALADO
HALL OF FAME
761-3404
BRETT
SHIPLEY
761-3454
KIM
HUFFMAN
761-3407
SANDYPRENGER
CRS,GRI
761-3488
HANK
VOGT
e-PRO, GRI
761-3485
JULIE
SHIERY
HALL OF FAME
761-3412
HELEN
LANGE-KNIGHT
Hall of Fame
761-3456
JARED
DOLLAR
ABR
761-3483
MICHELLE
BAKER
761-3494
STEPHANIE
BIGGS
GRI, WHS, SRES
MGRI
761-3334
ALAN
WHEAT
ABR, GRI, MGRI,
MRE, WHS
761-3444
KEATING
RS, GRI
3414
CARLENE
BAX
CRS, Hall of Fame
761-3406
JORDAN
GILBERT
761-3492
JOYCE
BREMER
ABR,CRS,GRI
Lifetime Achievement
761-3418
BETH
McGEORGE
GRI, SRS
761-3489
Country Homes
Above $300,000

121 Highland Waye
OPEN

SUN 12-1:30 SPEC-
TACULAR OPEN HOUSE! Luxury
abounds in this custom built execu-
tive home in a contemporary style!
Separate living quarters down
+ 4 Fireplaces; master suite w/
fireplace, private screened porch
access; his and her bathrooms
& walk-in closets! Extra storage
EVERYWHERE, including ga-
rages. Nearly 6000 sq. ft. offered
at $575,000! Hwy 179 to right on
Tanner Bridge Rd; right on High-
land Waye; home on left.
Kris Ballage
761-3419

52910 W RAILROAD, Centertown
- 200 ACRE ESTATE - Located only
15 minutes from Jefferson City just
off Highway 50 lies this Beautiful
Cattle Ranch featuring a 26 ACRE
Stocked Lake plus several ponds.
This amazing find has several newer
metal buildings, all pipe fencing plus
a 5000 sq.ft. 1 1/2 Story Gorgeous
Home. Could have potential for Golf
Course, Organizational Retreat or
Planned Subdivision. $2,130,000
www.LylaStark.net/10039477
Lyla Stark
761-3401

8118 SCRIVNER ROAD Park like
6.5 acres with a 3 bedroom, 2.5
bath rancher. Semi open floor plan.
Fenced and cross fenced with a
small horse barn. Extra large kitchen
with family room off kitchen. Master
suite with double closet and private
bath. Sunroom with view of park like
yard. 2 car attached garage and a 20
x 30 detached garage / work shop .
Large front porch and deck in back.
New carpet in bedrooms. Newer
furance, A / C, windows, sofits, gut-
ters, siding, well and pumps. Move
in condition. $179,900.00 HWY 54
to W Brazito Road 2.5 miles, R on
Colonial Road, R on Scrivner Road
Roger Wiggins
761-3423

LOVELY 2 STORY HOME IN
META Located in a nice country
settling on 1.4 acres sits this
lovely 4 bedroom, 3 bath 2 story
home with so much to offer. This
property shows wonderfully with
great updates throughout includ-
ing newer baths w/jetted tub, new
ceramic tile, new fixtures, kitchen
countertops and ceramic back
splash, newer roof,& so much
more. Featuring spacious formal
living room & dining room plus
main level family room & brkfast
room, separate office/den, 2 car
att. garage plus a huge detached
garage/shop with unfinished guest
home above garage. A must see
and great value at only $159,900!
Teresa Regalado
761-3404

ENJOY YOUR PRIVACY on 5
ACRES in EUGENE Attractive
Home Has Nice Open Floor Plan,
Very Large Rooms, All 3 Bedrooms
Have Walk In Closets. Kitchen Has
Newer Appliances, Gorgeous Oak
Cabinets, Roll-outs In Pantry. Huge
Dining Room. Master Bath Has
Double Vanities, Shower & Garden
Tub. Decorator Colors, Extra Insula-
tion & Tilt Out Windows. Shows Well.
Comes With Very Nice 16x16 Shed
With Double Loft. Hwy 54 To R On
W. Brazito Rd For 3.5 Miles, L On
Old Forge Rd to 10402. $109,900
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

PICTUREBOOK BEAUTY! Spa-
ciousness (5560 sq. ft. finished
area + 2300 sq. ft. storage/ex-
pansion area) with class and
nestled among towering trees in
this park-like 3.37+ acre setting
located in the gated community of
SADDLEBROOKE ESTATE! Truly
a masterpiece packed with every
conceivable luxury feature and
convenience you would expect in
this upper bracket home. Features
include soaring ceilings, curved
formal staircase + informal back
stairs, a chef’s dream kitchen +
hearth room, 3 fireplaces, wine
cellar, formal library + informal
upstairs office/family room, huge
master bedroom suite with a pri-
vate entrance onto the 18x21 hot
tub porch and much more! For
the ultimate in country living, call
EVELYN to see! Priced below
replacement cost at $879,000. To
view interior pictures visit www.
jeffcityhomes.net.
Evelyn Loethen
761-3445

522 BOONVI LLE ROAD -
$474,900 - FULL VIEW OF THE
MISSOURI RIVER Hi ghl i ghts
this gorgeous 1 1/2 story. 18 ft.
entry foyer and looks out a wall of
windows. Beautiful open Kitchen
with Isalnd, Granite Countertops,
Stainless steel Appliances. Fan-
tastic Sunroom overlooks Master
Gardens display of beauty. Master
Suite has Jetted Tub and Custom
Shower. Jack-n-Jill Bath up perfect
for children. Recreation Room
down with Wet Bar. Don’t miss
out on this rare opportunity to
own the best view in the city. 4190
sq.ft. of Luxury, 4 bedrooms and 5
Bathrooms.
www.LylaStark.net/10040965
Lyla Stark
761-3401

ROLLS ROYCE... of a home well
addressed in Monticello Acres.
Custom built for present owner
with aesthetic quality, functional
design and simplicty in the details.
5420 Square Feet with 6 bedrooms
and 4 baths. Julia Childs kind of
kitchen with large Harvest Table
type family dining. Formal Dining
with Butler Pantry. Main level Study
and lower level office. Media Room
includes full kitchen. For those who
think in terms of mink@ $439,000
Mary Kinstler
761-3408

Country Club Estates! Wonderful
custom built home w/ over 4800
square feet that boasts pride of
ownership & care. You will be wel-
comed w/ abundant natural light,
large rooms, & comfortable living
for all stages of life. This home
was built with everything in mind
from the butlers pantry between
the kitchen & formal dining room,
wonderful eat in kitchen, to the
large 4 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths &
the 3 car main level garage. This
home was built for quiet evenings
at home or entertaining large
groups w/ the well flowing open
floor plan. This is a home you
will want to see. Being offered at
$429,900. For more information
visit AlanWheatHomes.com
Alan Wheat
761-3444

YOU WILL LOVE IT as you step
onto the stamped concrete front
porch with barrell ceiling. Fulfill
your fantasies as you step inside
on the gorgeous hardwoods in the
open floor plan with dark columns
& airy archways. Relax in front of
the gas fireplace contrasting its
whitewash finish against the dark
woods. Custom cabinets, stain-
less appliances, an island topped
with pendant lights, & granite coun-
tertops create a dream kitchen.
High ceilings throughout top off this
spectacular home. You can watch
for wildlife sitting on the screen
porch overlooking the 1.2 ac. lot.
At 5203 Edinburgh Way in Grande
Highland Estates, this one is being
built just for you at $420,000.
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334
JEN
COLVIN
761-3434
12 FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 2013 REAL ESTATE GUIDE
$200,000-$300,000

4701 GLENSHIRE WAY - IM-
PRESSIVE describes this 4300
sq.ft. 1 1/2 Story in Bridgehampton
Subdivision. Loaded with Quality
and Charm. Gleaming Hardwood
Floors, Vaulted Ceilings, Crown
Molding, Elegant Formal Living
Room with Artistic Fireplace and
Formal Dining Room. Spacious
Kitchen with Double Ovens and
Center Island. Master Bedroom
Suite with Luxurious private bath.
Great Family Time in spacious
Family Room down to include Wet
Bar and game area. 4 Car Garage.
$399,900
www.LylaStark.net/1004061
Lyla Stark
761-3401

4920 ROUTE HH HEY COW-
BOY - Bring Horses, dogs and
kids to this 30 ACRE SPREAD
just a few miles from Russellville
on Blacktop. Pretty as a picture
Ranch featuring over 2440 sq.ft.
Open Great Room with Fireplace.
Fantastic Kitchen with Stainless
Steel Appliances and Center Is-
land with Vegetable Sink. Plus
enjoy the main level Family Room
with tongue-n-groove wood walls.
3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths to include
two Jetted Tubs. 30 x 36 2 Car
detached Garage. Some white
vinyl fencing and automatic waters.
$399,500
www.LylaStark.net/10040520
Lyla Stark
761-3401
PRI CE REDUCED ON THI S
SPECTACULAR EMERALD
RIDGE HOME! You will love this
5 bedroom, 5 bath home with so
many extras! The kitchen has
solid surface counters, roll out
pantry shelving, spacious island,
and a cozy hearth room. Home
also has 3 fireplaces, 2 family
rooms, 2 offices, main level garage
and laundry room, central vac,
and a beautiful 2 story entryway
with curved staircase. The kids
will love the fenced in basketball
court and large yard. Now priced
at $379,900!
Cathy Hennessy
761-3481

300 MONTEREY DR - LOADED
WITH SPACE! From the Formal
Living and Dining Room to the
Main level Family Room, Office
or the Sunroom or Family Room
Down you wont know where to
spend your time! Almost 5,000
sq.ft. to call home. 5 Bedrooms, 5
Baths, 4 Grages plus huge Deck
and Gazebo! Pioneer Trail School.
$379,900
www.LylaStark.net/10040615
Lyla Stark
761-3401

3914 CATALINA DR - CUSTOM 2
STORY - offering over 4200 sq.ft.
Entry Foyer with 18 foot ceilings
welcome you inside! Cooks Delight
Kitchen with stainless steel appli-
ances! Formal Living and Dining
Room plus Open main level Family
Room. Not to mention the Office
and Family Room Down! 3 car at-
tached garage. $374,900
www.LylaStark.net/10041228
Lyla Stark
761-3401

140 PALISADES DR - JUST
STUNNING - Everything inside will
Take Your Breath! Beautiful Updat-
ed Kitchen with Granite Counters,
Stainless Steel Appliances and
stylish newer cabinets. Breakfast
Area overlooks Backyard. Formal
Living and Dining Room. Master
Suite with Luxury Bath. Huge Fam-
ily Room Down with Wet Bar. Over
3690 sq.ft. Its All Here! $374,900
www.LylaStark.net/10040960
Lyla Stark
761-3401

1925 MERTENS LANE - 8 ACRES
Fronting the Moreau River. En-
joy over 4980 sq.ft. to include 5
Bedrooms plus Office. Kitchen
overlooks large Hartford Sunroom.
Cozy Cupola with a panoramic
view. Upper Family Room plus
Game Room down. 2 Car Attached
plus 3 car basement garage. Plus
heated in-ground pool. Blair Oaks
School. $474,900
www.LylaStark.net/10039459
Lyla Stark
761-3401

NOT A HOME TO BE MISSED
Featured in City Magazine, this
home shows quality construction.
You’ll find this lake home pro-
vides beautiful views from many
places. Inside you will find such
features as Brazillian hardwood
flooring, special designed ceilings,
arched doorways, granite coun-
ters. $369,000
Kim Prenger
761-3410

Gorgeous 4 Bedroom Story &
1/2 with 3 Car Garage! This home
offers designed inspired paint col-
ors, beautiful kitchen with an abun-
dance of cabinets, eat in breakfast
nook, formal dining room, private
walkout patio, oversized lot, large
bedrooms, sewing/craft room, walk
out basement including a wet bar,
2nd family room, large storage
area & exercise room. The home
also portrays a 3 car garage with
one oversized bay which would
allow room for a workshop or a
great storage area for a boat or
a 4th vehicle. Go to www.Ashley-
Pederson.com for more pictures
and price.
Ashley Pederson
761-3429

IN A CLASS BY ITSELF! Distinc-
tive (HOBBS WOODS SUBDIVI-
SION), custom-built, brick rancher
with over 4700 sq. ft. of finished
living area, featuring 5 bedrooms,
3 full baths and a private wooded
lot. Extras galore: extensive hard-
wood flooring, granite countertops,
huge Family/Sun Room with a wall
of windows, main level Library/
Office, gas fireplace, 20’6x20 Hot
Tub/Exercise Room, dual heating/
cooling systems, central vac, in-
ground sprinkler system and on
and on! A luxury home, yet only
priced at $359,900! Call EVELYN
today for your private showing.
For interior pictures go to www.
jeffcityhomes.net. West School
District
Evelyn Loethen
761-3445

10454 COUNTY ROAD 397,
Hartsburg - 21 Acres of Hilltop Wil-
derness. Located only 8 Miles from
Jefferson City in Hartsburg. Across
Cedar Creek lies this Custom 1 1/2
Story beauty nestled in the trees.
High Vaulted Great Room with
Rock Fireplace opens to Rustic
Vaulted Screen Porch overlook-
ing Wooded Acreage. Hardwood
Floors in Entry, Formal Dining and
Spacious eat-in Kitchen. Finished
Family Room Down with Wood
Burning Stove and John Deere
Garage. 3 Bedrooms, 4 Baths and
Lots of Privacy. $339,900
www.LylaStark.net/10039808
Lyla Stark
761-3401

THIRD CAR GARAGE/WORK-
SHOP! BACKYARD PRIVACY!
Custom built, one owner rancher
style home located in a wonder-
ful Westend neighborhood. The
carefully designed kitchen features
a large gas cooktop, center island
with second sink, a pantry and
multiple built-ins. The morning sun
fills the great room and adjoining
sun room. Main floor media room
for family movie night and a large
rec room finished on lower level
for larger gatherings. Spacious
master suite will accommodate
even the largest bedroom furni-
ture. Three car garage - third is an
oversized garage/workshop. Mint
condition throughout! $324,900
Carlene Bax
761-3406

5816 TANNER BRIDGE ROAD
FRESH AIR AND BEAUTIFUL
VIEW - Life just doesn’t get any
better than this. Enjoy this newish
custom all Brick Ranch featuring
over 2700 sq.ft. on the main level.
It’s loaded with all the amenties.
Granite countertop island, Hard-
woods, Master Bedroom Suite. Its
Gorgeous. $284,900
www.LylaStark.net/10039809
Lyla Stark
761-3401
Great Westend Subdivision!
Beautiful Ranch maintenance
free home located on a nice lot
with a great level back yard.
Inviting rooms with rich colors,
gas fireplace, wonderful eat-in
kitchen, formal dining room, wood
floors, split bedroom plan, a dream
master bedroom and bath, huge
family room down with wet bar, 3
car garage, and the list just keeps
going. Located in Pioneer Hills
School District. Being offered at
$269,900. For more information
visit AlanWheatHomes.com or call
Alan Wheat
761-3444

MOREAU HEI GHTS HOME!
Quality built ranch home being
offered at $239,900 w/ 3000+ sq
ft. 4 bdrms,3 full bths, main lvl liv-
ing, lrg family rm, covered deck,3
car garage, maintenance free and
boasting with convenience. For
more info visit AlanWheathomes.
com or call
Alan Wheat
761-3444
Ready to Buy? Ready to Sell?
Ready for RE/MAX!
FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 2013 13 REAL ESTATE GUIDE
$100,000-$200,000

GREAT WEST HOME in VALLEY
PARK SUBDIVISION All brick one
plus story with grand entry featur-
ing a beautiful staircase leading
to the upper bedrooms. Master
bedroom on main with it’s own
sunroom. Other main bedroom
is being used as office. Elegant
formal dining room. Huge vaulted
great room with wood beams,
stone fireplace, & wet bar. Main
level laundry. Open kitchen with
octagonal breakfast room w/win-
dows overlooking the brick patio.
The large corner lot has a drive-
way entrance from both streets.
This elegant home is priced to sell
almost $20,000 below county ap-
praisal. Add a few updates to make
it the perfect home for you! Country
Club to Valley Park to R on Val-
ley View Terrace to 418 Meadow
Brook Dr. $269.900
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

NO MORE LAWNCARE! Why not
let someone else cut your grass?
Stand alone villa/condo is your
dream come true w/main level liv-
ing plus tons of room downstairs to
spread out. Many special features:
Wood floors, upgraded stainless
appliances, screened porch plus
lower deck, vaulted ceilings &
more. Tons of storage. Main level
master has BRAND NEW CAR-
PET. Garages & laundry on main
floor so say goodbye to stairs, too.
Over 3,000 sq ft! $255,000
Lois Hogan
761-3202

9632 PLATINUM Rd, New Bloom-
field - HOME AND WORK - all in
the same place! Enjoy the 2,000
sq.ft. Ranch plus the Fantastic
30x60 metal building with heat and
air, office and work area. Perfect
for cabinet or mechanic shop.
3 Bedrooms, Hardwood Floors,
Cozy Sun Deck and 3 LEVEL
ACRES! $225,000
www.LylaStark.net/10040970
Lyla Stark
761-3401

1701 LONDON WAY BE THE
FIRST TO OWN - This Brand New
Ranch. Built with Quality! Open
Floor Plan, 3 Car Garage, Main
level Laundry, Formal Dining and
Finished Family Room down. Won-
derful Master Bedroom with Jetted
tub, Double Vanity, Coffered Ceil-
ing and Two Closets. 5 Bedrooms,
3 Baths, over 2890 sq.ft! $224,900
www.LylaStark.net/10039302
Lyla Stark
761-3401

REDUCED $5,000!!! Beautifully
maintained home! 3,000 sq ft, 4
bed, 3 full bath, great family room
down with wet bar! 2413 Courtyard
Dr. $219,000
Chris Christian
761-3435

Madelines Park! The covered
front porch invites you inside to
a friendly grt rm w/ the added
volume of 9ft ceilings, fireplace &
a wall of windows. Comfy eating
area off kitchen enjoys the view
and fireplace ambiance of great
room as it leads to a spacious
kitchen w/ direct garage entry &
doors to a relaxing deck. Master
has walk in closet & double vanity.
Walk out lower level w/ a wonderful
family room w/ wet bar & plenty of
room for a pool table. This great
home has a total of 4 bdrms & 3 full
bths, & a 2 car attached garage.
Being offered at $219,900. For
more info visit AlanWheatHomes.
com or call
Alan Wheat
761-3444

SUMMER’S HERE - STAY GREEN
with the cool in-ground sprinkler
system. Quiet neighborhood, yet
close to everything. Wonderful
ranch in a quiet subdivision, on a
level street, with a level driveway,
and a level front yard. Wow, all that
in Jefferson City, the home of huge
hills? Main level living starts with
a spacious fireplaced living room
with cathedral ceiling, a formal
dining room, and an up-to-date
kitchen. The bright breakfast room
with bay overlooks the private
wooded back yard. You will love
the additional living space in the
lower level with rec room, fourth
bedroom, third bathroom, huge
storage room, and a third garage
stall for even more storage. A great
family home, in a great location,
with a great value. $211,900. Call
Julie at 761-3412.
Julie Shiery
761-3412

4 BEDROOM 3 BATH HOME IN
BLAIR OAKS New quality con-
struction in Taos w/open floor plan.
Main floor has living rm, kitchen,
dining area, laundry, 3 bedrooms,
& 2 full baths. Lower level has a
family room with kitchenette, great
for in-law quarters or teen space
w/4th bedroom & 3rd bath. Rt. M
to L on Sunrise to 5024. $194,900
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334
2930 COUNTY ROAD 4002, Holts
Summit - WEEKEND HIDE-A-
WAY - Very Rustic Location on 10
ACRES. Pond and Outbuildings.
Vaulted Living Room with Fire-
place opens to Kitchen and Dining
Room. Main level Master Bedroom
features Jetted Tub and Custom
Shower. Main level Laundy. Enjoy
relaxing evenings on the huge front
porch. $193,500
www.LylaStark.net/10041123
Lyla Stark
761-3401

QUALITY THROUGHOUT!! The
moment you walk up, you will know
you are HOME. This 3 bedroom,3
bath ranch has a warmth that
invites. Wood floors, cathedral
ceilings, custom cabinetry, pantry,
main level laundry room. The
master suite is massive with huge
walk-in closet and bath and arched
window. Lower level needs just lit-
tle work to complete a family room.
Garage is super sized, complete
with workshop. Deck off kitchen is
perfect for entertaining and over-
looks the beautiful tree shaded,
level yard. Blair Oaks School and
priced to sell at $189,900 Rt B to
Rt W to right on Deer Haven
Kim Huffman
761-3407

1-2-3-4 BEDROOMS & 4 WALK-
IN CLOSETS! Now’s the time to
check out this well kept, 2 story,
family home situated on an extra
deep .94 acre lot in the BELAIR
SCHOOL DISTRICT! Extras
galore: stainless appliances, new
Trane high efficiency heating/
cooling system in 2013 along with
new carpeting throughout entire
home also in 2013, walk-in closets
in ALL bedrooms, a 23’10x12’10
lower level entertainment/family
room wired for 7.1 surround sound
and on and on! Priced to sell at
$189,900! Don’t delay - call EV-
ELYN now! For interior pictures go
to www.jeffcityhomes.net.
Evelyn Loethen
761-3445

2416 YORKTOWN!! wonder-
ful family home located in Ce-
dar Hill School district. Spacious
rooms,vaulted ceilings, skylites for
lots of light. Breakfast bar and built-
in desk, pantry and stainless steel
in cooks kitchen. Hardwood floors
and ceramic tile. Enjoy relaxing on
the screened in porch or covered
front porch. Fenced in back yard
perfect for children or furry friends.
Lower level offers large game-
family room, third bath and stor-
age. Garage is super sized. Nice
extras that you just need to see..
Kim Huffman
761-3407
WONDERFUL RANCH WON-
DERFUL NEI GHBORHOOD
Warm colors accented by de-
signer window coverings, tower-
ing ceilings, and a cozy fireplace
welcome you to this beautiful
home. Indulge yourself in this
stylish kitchen with new tiled
back splash, counter tops and
appliances. The spacious master
suite is set off by coffered ceilings
& has the convenience of his and
her closets. The four bedrooms,
and 3rd bath w/jetted tub plus
an office gives this home great
space for the entire family. Enjoy
the privacy of the back yard in the
screened porch. Great location
great price$157,500

Karen Leydens Martin
761-3442

9484 ERIKA LANE, New Bloom-
field - PEACE AND RELAXATION
is waiting for you in Ryan’s Lake.
Brand New and still under con-
struction. Open Kitchen/ Living
Room design, 3 Bedrooms, 3
Baths. Family Room down. 2 car
Garage. Fishing privileges, walking
path and picnic house. $151,900
www.LylaStark.net/10040708
Lyla Stark
761-3401

IN HOME DAY CARE/SEPARATE
QUARTERS Beautifully updated
3-4 bedroom, 4 bath, 2 garage,
3,000 +/- sq. ft. home with fenced
backyard in West Schools! Loaded
with updates and an incredible
master suite with adjoining sitting
room and spacious bedrooms this
home is A STEAL! Great loca-
tion! Now $134,900-1804 Allen Dr.
MAKE OFFER!
Carol Gardner
761-3460
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ATTRACTIVE HOME IN GREAT
NEIGHBORHOOD! When you
step in the foyer you will be greeted
w/ lots of hardwood floors, arch-
ways & the nice living room w/ gas
fireplace. Any cook will love this
kitchen w/ alder cabinets, stainless
steel appliances, center island &
nook area. A great formal dining
room for entertaining. Master bed-
room is wonderful with private bath
featuring jetted tub, double vani-
ties, and step in shower. Nice size
family room down. Covered patio.
Fenced private back yard 24x32
garage. NEW CARPET THRU-
OUT! Being offered for $190,000.
Visit AlanWheatHomes.com for
more information.
Alan Wheat
761-3444

GREAT FAMILY HOME Warm col-
ors, soaring entry and hardwoods
welcome you. Eat-in Kitchen W/Hw
Floors.Beautiful Custom Cabinets
W/Large Pantry & Planning Desk.
Separate Dining opens to bright
Living room with gas Fireplace.
Enormous Master suite W/Coffered
Ceiling. M/Bath Dbl Vanity,Ceramic
Tile & 2 Person Whirlpool,Tub W/
Separate Shower. Plus bonus
room off master great for reading
room or hobbies.
Cozy family room down, walkout to
nice backyard with privacy fence.
PRICED RIGHT $164,900
Karen Leydens Martin
761-3442
GORGEOUS HOLTS SUMMIT
HOME 1 LEVEL LIVING Country
living close to Jeff City. Each of the
3 bedrooms have walk-in closets.
Very large lot. Phenomenal open
floor plan with very high ceilings,
formal dining, breakfast nook,
stainless appliances, a wonderful
sunroom, large laundry room. A
must see! Hwy 54 North to AA/OO
exit, take outer road to AA to 2 mi.
down to left onto Maple Leaf Lane
to 11057. $169,900
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

SURROUNDED BY NATURE
on 1.28 ACRE You will enjoy the
private setting watching wildlife
from the 3 seasons room. The
brick ranch home features 3 large
bedrooms (2w/walk-in closets) & 3
full baths. Lovely fireplace in living
room & wet bar in large lower level.
Gleaming hardwoods & gorgeous
cabinets create a great kitchen
& dining area. Hwy 179 to R on
Christy, L on Southwood Hills, to
R on S. Tree. $159,900
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

GREAT PROPERTY IN PIONEER
SCHOOL!! Pride of ownership
shows in this lovely west-end 3
bedroom, 3 bath rancher. A cov-
ered porch invites you into a spa-
cious living room with cathedral
ceilings, which open into the dining
and kitchen areas. From there you
step out to a great patio area suited
for entertaining. The level backyard
is fenced. The master includes a
walk-in-closet, large bath with jet-
ted tub. Other features include a
split bedroom design, large family
room down with full bath, and 2
car garage.
Linda Lee
761-3482

BEAUTIFUL SPACES INDOORS
& OUTDOORS! Fabulous ranch
home in the Belair School district.
Comfortable living with this open
floor plan of kitchen into hearth
room. Rooms are spacious. There
is a huge covered patio as well as
an all season room. Lots of stor-
age and unfinished basement.
Shed with electric is included. New
windows. Gorgeous hardwoods
throughout! You will love this won-
derful west end home at 401 Norris
Dr. off Boonville Rd. at $147,000.
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

339 TOMAHAWK ROAD Warm
and inviting colors welcome you
into this one owner home. Featur-
ing 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms,
kitchen with custom cabinets and
pantry. Master suite with full bath
and walk in closet. Cozy family
room down with fireplace, wet bar
and full bath. Main level laundry.
Entertain on the deck over looking
a beautiful landscaped back yard,
backs up to woods. Over size 2 car
garage. Pride of owner ship shows
inside and out. This a must see
home! $139,900.00 MOTIVATED
SELLERS
Roger Wiggins
761-3423

BLAIR OAKS SCHOOLS-! 4810
Sunrise Drive (Taos)!! “One of
a kind” property in a wonderful
subdivision. This well maintained
ranch house offers 3 bedrooms, 2
full baths, great kitchen with lots of
cabinets and island. All appliances
stay including the refrigerator! A
family room down beckons the
family to relax and enjoy life. The
half acre, level lot is wonderful for
summer fun. Call Linda Lee @ 573-
353-6559 for your appointment.
Linda Lee
761-3482

REDUCED $5,000!!! Completely
remodeled, vaulted ceilings, awe-
some sun porch, nice family room
down, 3 baths. 2521 Lexington Dr.
$119,900
Chris Christian
761-3435

LOTS OF NEW! 3 bed 2 bath
ranch near Memorial Park. Spa-
cious living room with fireplace; for-
mal dining area; large bedrooms;
screened porch; fenced yard; Up-
dated kitchen. Lower level family
room with wet bar and bonus room.
Fresh paint, some new carpet,
6 panel doors, and all new win-
dows. 2222 Hillsdale Dr. $118,900;
SeeJeffCity.com/10040217
Emily Herndon
761-3413

PRICE DROP! Brick ranch w/main
level garage in quiet setting in
Belair School district. Super low
utilites costs w/newer furnace & air.
Gardner will enjoy raised garden
beds in level fenced backyard.
Double sided fireplace great for
ambiance in living room & kitchen.
Tons of storage down. Jumbo
sized family room down has fire-
place & 1/2 bath. Freshly painted.
New price $114,500
Lois Hogan
761-3202

All-brick ranch fixer-upper with
attached 1 car garage and 1 car
basement garage. Approximately
1300 square feet with main level
family room, formal living room,
three bedrooms, and an unfinished
wet basement. The basement has
a canning kitchen, fireplace room
potentially suitable as a rec room,
and a very basic full bath. Newer
roof, water softener, furnace/air
conditioner, and tiled shower on
main level. It’s a great value at
$106,900. Call Julie at 761-3412!
Julie Shiery
761-3412

1312 Kolb-Moreau Heights All
Brick Ranch home with 1 car
oversized garage! Features: New
windows, large backyard, fin-
ished basement, and near Moreau
Heights School on cul-de-sac
street. Pics @ BethMcGeorge.com
$104,900
Beth McGeorge
761-3489

LARGE HOME! 3 BR, 2 bth
rancher with main level laundry &
garage. Hardwoods; formal dining;
arched doorways. Eat in kitchen
updated with cherry cabinets and
stainless appliances. Sunroom
overlooking park-like yard and
patio. Newer windows and furnace
in 2008. Huge living room with
stone fireplace and original mantle.
$129,900 804 Linden Dr.
SeeJeffCity.com/10039843
Emily Herndon
761-3413

LOTS OF HOUSE FOR THE
MONEY... Fully applianced, sunny
and bright kitchen with breakfast
bar and adjoining pleasant eating
area opening to main level patio
and the large and level fenced
backyard. Three bedrooms, 2
baths, Bonus Room. Attached
Garage. Built in 2001. $132,900
Mary Kinstler
761-3408
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UP TO $100,000

Price REDUCED Summer is wind-
ing down and this home has been
reduced to sell ! This 3 bedroom
home with 2 car garage has many
updates. With a large level fenced
yard and a deck to entertain, this
might be what you were looking for
NOW $108,000
Kim Prenger
761-3410

PRICE REDUCED! $92,900!
Beautiful 4 bedroom home with
an enormous formal dining room,
open kitchen & huge back deck
over looking the river bluffs. This
home al so portrays spaci ous
bedrooms, beautiful wood floors
& work shop. Visit www.Ashley-
Pederson.com for pictures.
Ashley Pederson
761-3429
1021 Fai rmount Char act er
abounds in this updated 3 bedroom
home! Features: Hardwood floors,
updated bath, lg living room with
fireplace, fenced backyard, and 1
car garage! $99,900
Beth McGeorge
761-3489

4 Bedroom: West School Dist.
Features: 4 Beds 2 Baths, updated
kitchen and baths, hardwoods,
fireplace, privacy fenced backyard,
fresh paint, large maintenance free
deck! BethMcGeorge.com for pics
$94,900
Beth McGeorge
761-3489

2708 WESLEY ST - $96,900 -
WEST END RANCH - Main level
laundry. 3 Bedrooms, Newer Paint,
carpet and updated kitchen cabi-
nets. 2 car gararge.
www.LylaStark.net/10041346
Lyla Stark
761-3401

REDUCED $3,100!!! Beautiful
hardwood floors, lots of sunshine,
great backyard! 2010 Meadow Ln.
$94,900
Chris Christian
761-3435

All Brick Ranch Features: 3 Beds
2 Baths 1 car garage in West
School Dist. Large Updated Kitch-
en, New Windows, Hardwoods,
Lg backyard, Full Basement, and
fireplace! Pics @ BethMcGeorge.
com $86,900
Beth McGeorge
761-3489

WESTEND - PRIVATE, FENCED
BACKYARD! AWSOME KITCH-
EN! Located on a quiet cul-d-sac
street and backs up to farmland,
this three bedroom, two bath home
with pretty decor throughout is just
the place you’ve been looking for!
Lots of updates on the big ticket
items. Backyard fenced for the
kids and pets! $84,900
Carlene Bax
761-3406

ENJOY THIS 3 BEDROOM WELL
MAINTAINED RANCER with main
level living. The sprawling fenced-
in level backyard with mature trees
is perfect for kids or pets. Relax
on the large multilevel deck. The
comfortable and spacious living/
dining area with open floor plan
welcomes you home and invites
you to stay. Attractive updated
kitchen with newer flooring, paint
& refaced cabinets. New roof in
2012. This home qualifies for the
USDA 100% financing. $83,500.
See virtual tour at www.Ken-
Crutchfield.net/10040828
Ken Crutchfield
761-3497
CUTE, CLEAN AND COZY! This
2 bedroom, 1 bath home is priced
to sell! Has maintenance free
exterior, main level garage, full
basement, hardwood floors on
main level, nice size eat-in kitchen,
gas fireplace in living room, and is
close to shopping, schools, and
bus line. Only 59,900!
Cathy Hennessy
761-3481

SPACIOUS HOME ON DEAD
END STREET. This home fea-
tures 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2
car garage, woodburning fireplace,
screened porch, patio, and LOTS
of newer updates. Master bed-
room is very spacious and has full
bath. Beautiful brick fireplace with
large hearth. Call today to see this
one. Quick possession possible!
$129,900
Cathy Hennessy
761-3481
Refreshing open floor plan! 3
bedroom, 2 full bath rancher on
large level lot with plenty of room
for sports, BBQs, or gardening!
Spacious living room with high
vaulted ceiling and stylish dormers
that let in plenty of natural light.
Attractive dine in kitchen with
plenty of cabinet space and pantry
storage. The large master suite
has a nice walk in closet, vaulted
ceilings, and a full private bath.
This home qualifies for the USDA
100% financing. $128,500. www.
KenCrutchfield.net/10040703
Ken Crutchfield
761-3497

NEW PRICE! Completely reno-
vated 3 bed, 2.5 bath home in a
peaceful no-outlet community.
Open floor plan & Large family
room down with wood burning
fireplace. Kitchen fully loaded with
new appliances. 4 garages provide
plenty of room for the hobbyist.
1310 Biscayne. $124,900.
SeeJeffCity.com/10040031
Emily Herndon
761-3413

MOVE-IN READY AND IN A
GREAT LOCATION! No work to do
here. Treat yourself to this wonder-
ful move-in ready all brick 3 bed-
room 2 bath ranch. You will love the
country feel and the warm designer
colors and dÃ"©cor throughout.
Featuring a gorgeous remodeled
kitchen w/new cabinets, coun-
tertops, ceramic backsplash and
flooring, new windows, gleaming
refinished hardwood floors, new
lighting, and ceiling fans. You will
also enjoy the cozy family room
and exercise room down complete
w/new carpet. All of this and so
much more. Call today to take a
look. $126,900
Teresa Regalado
761-3404

GREAT WEST HOME w/BIG
FENCED BACKYARD Enj oy
the back deck this summer. 4
bedroom 3 full bath home Large
2 car garage. Great family room
down with room for pool table. 2
wb fireplaces Lots of sq. footage
for $124,900!Add a little TLC &
increase your equity in this large
home. Hwy 50 W to Apache Flats
exit, R on Gateway, R on Wood-
haven to 4923.
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

STATELY 2 STORY HOME El-
egant curb appeal with circle drive.
Rooms are large. Seller says
hardwood under carpets in most
rooms in this comfortable home.
Entertain indoors or out. Pergola,
patios, a courtyard, & a screen
porch allow you to enjoy the beauti-
fully landscaped large double lot.
A good value for the money & only
10 min. from anywhere in the city,
very close to elementary school.
Swifts Hwy to Pamela to L on Lin-
den $123,000
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO SEE this
wonderful, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath
home with a family room & office,
too! From new roof, windows,
furnace, AC, gutters & garage
doors, to the beautiful wood floors
& more, this home is ready to go.
With a 2 car garage, plus a LOT of
extra parking, a fenced backyard
& above ground pool, the tree
shaded yard has something for
everyone. A fantastic home & NOW
ONLY $122,000! 1815 BASSMAN
Cathie Hirschvogel
761-3427
Inviting 2 Bedroom Rancher with
numerous updates including newer
flooring and newer roof. Open and
welcoming floor plan gives a feeling
of spaciousness. The cabinets in
kitchen surround you for a delight-
ful cooking space. Oversized 2 car
garage/shop for all your tools and
toys. Nice size level lot with com-
pletely fenced very private back-
yard. This home qualifies for the
USDA 100% financing. $82,000.
www.KenCrutchfield.net/10040736
Ken Crutchfield
761-3497
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LANDS
AND LOTS
INVESTMENT
Listings up to $100k
Cottage House! Cl ose to
churches, schools, & shop-
ping. This 3 bedroom rock house
has been remodeled--newer
roof, electrical and plumbing.
Nice decorator colors, level lot,
with shaded patio area in back.
Even the basement has been
painted so you can use it for
a game room, or family room.
Beautiful level lot and wonderful
street of cottage houses. Very
affordable, call Linda Lee today
for your private showing. 573-
353-6559.
Linda Lee
761-3482
West Elementary Gorgeous 2
Bedroom All Brick home with
1 car garage. Features: up-
dated kitchen, hardwood floors,
screened in porch, and large bed-
rooms! Must see pics! BethMc-
George.com $69,900
Beth McGeorge
761-3489
$46,000... this three bedroom, l
bath home is centrally located in
Old Town at 204 Chestnut within
walking distance to town and
the bus line. Appliances, cov-
ered front porch and rear deck.
Prison Re-Development area.
202 Chestnut priced at $36,000
Mary Kinstler
761-3408
INSTANT INCOME! BOTH
SIDES RENTED! Interior will
impress you in this all-brick du-
plex with very large rooms. Good
location in West School district.
Excellent rental history. Each 2
bedroom, 1 car garage. 1209 W
McCarty $79,900
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334
AFFORDABLE! Move-in ready
2 bedroom 1 bath home with
lots of new including applianc-
es, plumbing, wiring, furnace,
central air, and water heater.
ADT security system. 1 car ga-
rage. 1511 Marsha Ln. $50,000.
SeeJeffCity.com/10041149
Emily Herndon
761-3413
REDUCED $20,000!!! Great
piece of property with 4+/- acre
lake! 100 acres on Route NN in
Centertown. $379,900
Chris Christian
761-3435
COUNTY ROAD 328 - 47 Acres
$141,000
52940 W RAILROAD - 174 Acres
$1,680,000
www.LylaStark.net
Lyla Stark
761-3401
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE
Perfect site to build your dream
home in the Trails of Kauffman
Hills subdivision. Over a half
acre lot with a gentle slope to
accommodate a walkout base-
ment. Located on Sherwood
Dr.! $69,500
Carlene Bax
761-3406
BUILDING LOT IN GREAT
AREA west JC on Sharon Drive
$17,000
Karen Leydens Martin
761-3442
A D OR A B L E - S E L L E R S
WILL HELP WITH CLOSING
COSTS This cute 3 bedroom
home awaits new owner. Hard-
wood floors, arched doorways,
updated kitchen and bath, make
this well worth your look. Built-in
drawers and shelves, staircase
to unfinished attic for place to
expand or storage. Playroom on
lower level. Glassed in back porch
overlooks shaded and fenced back
yard, plus side lot is included!!!
$67,900
Kim Huffman
761-3407
9407 TASHA LN, New Bloomfiled - BEAUTIFUL
LANDSCAPING - Surrounds this 3 Bedroom, 3
Bath Home in Ryans Lake. Vaulted Ceilings, Tile
Floor, and Slate Backsplash are just the beginning!
Great Master Bedroom, Huge Family Room Down,
and Above Ground Pool with Decking. $139,900
www.LylaStark.net/10041265
1864 RABBIT RUN COURT, Holts Summit - OVER
ONE ACRE - surrounds this country Rancher
offering over 1850 sq.ft 4 Bedroom 3 Bath. All
newer flooring on the main level. Fully applianced
Eat-in Kitchen is loaded with cabinets. Large Fam-
ily Room down. Double decks overlook private
backyard. $129,500
www.LylaStark.net/10040931
1003 HOLLY – Charming Brick 1 ½ Story with
Lots of Hardwood Floors. Spacious Newish Kitchen
with updated Cabinets and Black Appliances. 3
Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Full Basement and Garage.
Located close to elementary school. $114,900
www.LylaStark.net/10041367
1427 SATINWOOD DR - FOR THE GROWING
FAMILY - 4 Bedroom Traditional in convenient
location. Formal Living and Dining Rooms, Eat-in
Kitchen and Main level Family Room. Deck and
Patio overlooks Private wooded backyard. 2 Car
Attached Garage. Updates include Newer Hard-
wood Floors, Stainless Steel Appliances, Roof and
More! $164,500
www.LylaStark.net/10040681
1001 M A D I S O N • 6 3 6 - 3 1 7 1
650 OAK CREEK CT.
2 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH
- Very clean condo with a
fireplace in the living room.
Nicely updated. Dining room
has very nice oak built-ins for
storage. Galley kitchen. Large
1 car garage. Priced to sell.
MOTIVATED SELLER!!
2100 LEGEND CT.
$209,900
3 BEDROOM, 3.5 BATH -
Very clean home with nicely
manicured yard. Two car
attached garage. Main level
sun room. Owner’s suite
with double sink, jetted tub,
shower & walk in closet. Kitchen has newer counter tops and newer
appliances. Sprinkler system for the yard. Main entry has a vaulted
ceiling & hardwood floors.
PRICE REDUCED $10,000!!
CONDO - $85,900
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NESTLED IN THE TREES Nestled on a
quiet street this ranch home built in 1997
has lots to love. The two story entry has
an arch way with columns greeting you to the open floor plan. You’ll find main level
living with a split bedroom design. A large master suite. A large finished basement
with 9 foot ceilings, 4th bdm, wet bar, family room, work out area and office space !
Eastland, to Wilmore to Springwood. $229,000 p g
2193 June Court
NEWLY BUILT HOME- LAGE RIDGE
Have you been thinking about buying a
newly built home? From the architectural
designs, quality of construction details such as wide plank hardwood flooring, Alder
wood cabinets, specialty ceilings and an exterior complete with yard and landscaping!
$229,900. Veith to June Ct ,,,,
3822 Viola View
BLAIR OAKS SCHOOLS & VAN LOO ES-
TATES This brick ranch home with main
level living provides the open floor plan you prefer with hardwood flooring in the living
room, dining room and kitchen. The kitchen you will find has a large breakfast bar open
to the living with an abundance of cabinetry. 2 car attached and 3rd garage down with
drive. 179 to Wardsville, left on M, Left on Roling, to Sterling to Viola View. $225,000
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1504 HIGHWAY 52, TUS-
CUMBIA $550,000. Nice cattle
farm with 60% open! 228 beau-
tiful acres with running creek
& great fences. New addition
added to home. Call Dustin at
694-1010.

1319 MEHMERT PLACE
$399,999. Pri ce Reduced!
Wardsville/Blair Oaks. 4 large
BR, 4 full BA & 2 half BA. In-
cluding main level master suite,
laundry, eat in kitchen open to
family room, walk in closets,
deck, and 4 full garages.Call
Carol Galbraith at 645-0199.

4317 NATIVE STONE ROAD
Located 6 miles from city limits
of Jefferson City. JC school
district. 46 acres. Over 100 year
building for home or retail busi-
ness. Call Harold McDowell at
634-2100.

2631 JENNI FER DRI VE
$299,000. Beautiful 3549 sq.
ft. rancher with 4 BR, 3 BA,
amazing sun porch and game
room with log burning fireplace.
Jetted tub in master BA. This
is a MUST SEE! Call Bill at
690-0477 or Nancy Gratz at
659-0550.

1408 PLEASANT VALLEY
DRI VE PRI CE REDUCED
$274,900. Quality built by Sig-
nature Homes. Spacious open
floor plan with many upgrades.
Established west side subdivi-
sion, Pioneer Trails School.
Call Jeff Schaeperkoetter at
301-7514.

7809 HUNTERS LANE Price
Reduced $215,000. 3 BR, 2.5
BA, with a ranch style home
and main level laundry room.
2 car attached garage & full un-
finished basement! Blair Oaks
school. Nancy Gratz 659-0550

1906 MONROE STREET,
CENTERTOWN $199,000.
Stunning custom built home
with an open floor plan. 3 BR,
2.5 BR, nice big living room with
fireplace. Located on 4 + acres.
Must see to appreciate! Call
Charles Pardon at 690-0506.

221 FREDERI CKS LANE
$169,500. GREAT ENTER-
TAINMENT HOME! 1st floor
has nice comfortable family
room joined by a huge concrete
screened-in patio overlooking a
well maintained flower garden
& yard. Large wet bar & 2nd
family room. Call Harold Mc-
Dowell at 634-2100.

100 VENUS STREET, HOLT
SUMMIT PRICE REDUCED!
$140,000. New brick rancher
on a nice big lot with fenced
back yard. 3 BR home & 2
BA with carpet & tile through-
out. Great ceiling fans & nice
kitchen. City water and sewer.
Must see to appreciate. Call
Charles Pardon at 690-0506.


1811 STADIUM BOULEVARD
$130,000. 3 BR, 2 BA. Newer
windows & updated electric
panel. Beautiful master suite
in knotty pine. 3 large walk-in
closets and remodeled bath-
room with jetted tub. Call Bill
at 690-0477 or Nancy Gratz at
659-0550.

723 REDWOOD DRIVE, NEW
BLOOMFIELD $114,900. 4 BR
ranch style home with 3 BA and
2 car garage in basement with
openers and lots of storage.
New Bloomfield School District.
Call John Bosch at 619-5507.

72 CHURCH LANE Price Re-
duced $90,500.Nice 3 bedroom
home on quiet street with a
private lot. Home has open
kitchen and large LR up with a
finished basement. Large stor-
age shed stays new window
& roof. Call Dustin Backes
694-1010.

1723 WEST MAIN STREET
$89,900. 2 story house with
beautiful woodwork that has
been restored to its natural fin-
ish. The home has new wiring
and plumbing. Large updated
kitchen with many new light
fixtures. 2 enclosed porches in
the back. Call Dustin Backes at
694-1010.

119 RI VERSI DE DRI VE
$62,500. Great starter or in-
vestment home Brick 1 1/2
story, 3 bedroom, 1 bath home
with hardwood under carpet.
East Elementary. John Bosch
619-5507

1114 BALD HI LL ROAD
$29,500. Ranch style home
with 2 BR, 1 BA with finished
walk-out basement. Great buy
for a handyman fixer upper.
Contact Bill Gratz at 690-0477.
1919 SOUTH CIRCLE DRIVE
$120,900. Nice 3 BR, 2 BA
ranch style home in a quiet
neighborhood with easy ac-
cess to Hwy 50 & downtown
Jefferson City. New tile & paint.
Hardwood floors under carpet.
Partial basement finished. Call
Dustin Backes at 694-1010.
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HWY. 63 SOUTH, Fr eebur g
$1,200,000 A mansion with 40 acres
of woods within 30 minutes of the
Capitol City. Built to last by Elmer
Goldammer & designed by an archi-
tect to resemble an English manor,
you have an opportunity of a lifetime
to own this property. Beautiful stone
exterior, a port cochere, detached
game room with fireplace, in-ground
& indoor pool, heavy custom crown
molding, a 2-story wing specially de-
signed for guests or weekend parties,
another guest suite on the main floor
with shared bath, a 3-story teardrop
fountain in the massive entry foyer,
custom designed light fixtures, wall
hangings, fireplace mantel & more,
more, more! It is an amazing &
beautiful retreat not to be rivaled in
Central MO.
4211 PINEHURST CT. $675,000
You will believe you are entering a
dream when you walk through the
grounds & the inside of this superbly
built & decorated home. Every little
thing is attended to with hundreds
of feet of crown molding, specialty
cabinetwork, granite counters every-
where, plantation shutters & custom
window treatments, stunning lighting.
And the master suite is a retreat just
for you with a sitting room accented
by a fireplace & window seat & its
own private office space. The closet
is massive & of course the bath is
spectacular. 2nd bedroom on main
has its own bath. The lower level has
wide open entertainment opportuni-
ties with its own fancy kitchen, media
room, game room, exercise room &
2 more bedrooms. There’s even an
outdoor kitchen & pool overlooking
the lake. You’ve got to see this one!
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3421 COUNTRY CLUB DR.
$347,000 Here’s a rare opportunity
to live in Jeff City on 2 acres with a
pond. This HUGE 1+ story, all brick
home boasts 4-5 bedrooms, an office
with built-in cabinetry and a private
setting but in the middle of it all.
You’ll want to decorate but the home
seems well built and cared for. This
is a Fannie Mae Homepath property.
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23348 OAKLAND CHURCH RD.,
California $224,750 There are lots
of great things about this house but
let’s start with the spectacular views
from every window. Custom designed
for the original owner, owner number
2 was looking for that special place
with acreage & privacy but not too far
off the beaten path. Here it is! 1990’s
built 1+ story with four bedrooms &
multiple baths, there is a massive
amount of space in the unfinished
basement to expand your living
possibilities. The 10 acres are laid
out in a huge rectangle with just the
right spot of woods & loads of field.
Fence it on the one unfenced side &
unload the horses! Now to consider
the house---Vaulted ceilings, formal
dining, spacious eat-in kitchen,
master suite & jetted tub + shower
in the master bath are just a few of
the good features. Located Just off
Rt O, commuting to Jefferson City or
Columbia is easy and taxes are low.
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345 LADUE RD. $207,900 Spacious
is the first word that comes to mind
when you walk through this all brick
ranch style home. All rooms are large
& the traditional ranch floor plan is
eminently livable. Main floor has
formal living & dining but then a family
room with a beamed, cathedral ceil-
ing anchored at one end by a pretty
fireplace. The kitchen has plenty of
cabinets and a breakfast nook with a
spectacular view of the Capitol year
round. But you really get a feel for
the size of this rancher when you
walk down to the basement & see
the expanse of the lower level family
room that stretches from one end of
the home to the other. And then there
is another third of it in unfinished
storage you’re sure to appreciate.
Outside the spacious feel continues
with the level front & back yards.
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485 EDWARDS, Holts Summit
$173,900 Enjoy one-level living and
quality construction in this brand new,
3 bedroom, 2 bath rancher. As you
enter you are greeted with a large
living room open to the very spa-
cious kitchen complete with island
and custom Wolken cabinets. To
the left is the massive laundry room
with built-in ironing board and its own
closet. The large master bedroom is
enhanced by the coffered ceiling and
large walk-in closet. The master bath
is complete with a double vanity and
walk-in tile shower. All of that plus a
2-car attached garage. What more
could you want?
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522 BREANNA BLVD., California
$145,000 This 7 year young ranch
style home boasts one-level living
inside and an absolutely gorgeous
yard outside, complete with an
inground sprinkler system. The
split bedroom floor plan features 3
bedrooms, 2 full baths, a fully appli-
anced kitchen, separate dining room
and a spacious living room with a tray
ceiling and crown molding. Other
features include a walk-in closet in
the master bedroom, plenty of closets
and cabinetry throughout for ample
storage, a screened patio you’re sure
to love, large covered front porch and
a 2-car attached garage. This home
has been well cared for and it shows.
Do nothing except move right in and
enjoy easy one-level living.
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4513 VILLAGE DR. $123,500 Re-
done and ready to move the furniture
and family right in! In the past 5 years
this 3 bedroom, 2 bath split foyer
has had a new roof, new siding, new
windows, new patio door, fresh paint,
new flooring, new light fixtures, cabi-
netry, counter tops, appliances, lots
of new plumbing fixtures. So see,
there’s nothing to do. The neighbor-
hood is wonderful with quiet streets
and well tended yards. Elementary
and middle school are just a couple
of blocks away.
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1302 BISCAYNE DR. $109,900 A
gardener’s paradise awaits you with
a very level yard that it fenced in the
back and features an arbor, multiple
flowerbeds and 2 water features...
one in front and one in the backyard.
To survey your idyllic paradise there
is a covered deck that spans the
entire length of the home and un-
derneath it is a spacious patio. And
the home itself sports new windows,
newer roof and siding. Inside find
three bedrooms and three full baths
so there will be no fighting over who
gets the bathroom next! Some new
carpet and other updating. Lots of
fresh paint. This is one to definitely
check out.
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2810 BALD HILL RD. $101,900
This 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath ranch-style
home has been completely remod-
eled with newer windows, siding,
tile and updated baths. The kitchen
has been updated as well and even
boasts an island. Upstairs is a mas-
sive, semi-finished room that’s ready
for your personal touch. You’ll even
enjoy doing laundry in the huge, main
level laundry room.
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3752 ST. RD. AA, Holts Summit
$89,500 This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath
split foyer is situated on 3.43 acres
in a picturesque setting off the road
and tucked into the woods. The
home has loads of potential with an
all brick exterior and large windows
in the living room. The basement
rec room has a walk-out door to the
patio under the deck. There’s also
an over-sized garage with room for
a workbench. This is a Fannie Mae
HomePath property and is approved
for HomePath Renovation Mortgage
Financing. Property is sold “as is.”
Seller will make no repairs or conces-
sions for repairs.
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9310 ALEXANDER RD., Russell-
ville $84,900 Here’s one of the nic-
est manufactured homes you’ll find.
This very spacious home sits on 2+
acres and features 4 bedrooms, 2
baths and a fireplace. But that’s not
all. There’s also a small run-in for a
horse, a very nice detached 2-car
garage/shop plus another shed. Just
off of Rt. A.
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2916 GLOVERS FORD RD. $55,000
All the flavor of a cabin in the woods
and actual Moreau River frontage.
This 3 bedroom, 1 bath rancher is
clean and ready for you to occupy.
The spacious living room features a
fireplace and the bathroom is large.
Two decks overlook the .86 acre lot
which is wooded and leads to the
river.
4 LOTS ON N. ROCK BEACON RD.
$35,000 each These four large lots
(.31 acre each) are located in Cha-
pel Hill Commons and are excellent
building lots for either duplexes or
single family. Call for more informa-
tion.
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Dale P. Vaughan, GRI (573) 694-0197
A Jude Markway Remodel with Character you can Afford. Move in Ready!!! 3 or 4 bedrooms, 1 full bath home located
near Riverside Park. Oak hardwood floors, neutral colors throughout with Solid Oak kitchen cabinets leading to the deck
overlooking the Huge fenced back yard. Bonus Room down could be a 4th bedroom with
coffered ceiling & indirect lighting. A Must See!
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2104 WHITNEY WOODS CT. $309,000 This
3 bedroom, 2.5 bath rancher is spacious &
like new with hardwood floors everywhere.
This one shows like a model home. As you
walk in the front door you will be enthralled
with the spacious great room with vaulted
ceiling & large stone fireplace facing you. It is
big enough for a baby grand & you might not
even notice it! There are multiple specialty
ceilings, some with dramatic mood lighting.
Crown molding. Solid surface counters in
kitchen & baths. A pantry that is a large walk-
in style. The laundry room & mudroom is just
off the three car garage. The sunroom off
the kitchen/dining room is a delightful heated
& air conditioned space to relax in or enjoy
your morning beverage. The master suite
is exceptional & you will adore the massive
walk-in closet. Lots of built-in features. Very
private setting at the end of a cul-de-sac.
10435 PINECREST ST., New Bloomfield
$207,900 Join me at this exceptionally family
friendly home. The attractive exterior is brick
accented with stone and three garages (2
on the main) and a front porch perfect for a
rocker or two. Inside from the roomy foyer is a
cathedral ceilinged greatroom with a fireplace,
of course. BIG kitchen to the right with lots of
cabinets and counters and a large dining area.
All three bedrooms are spacious and the mas-
ter is separated from the other two and has
a walk in closet, specialty ceiling and its own
bath. But wait! We aren’t done! Might you
be a Cardinal fan? The HUGE family room
is Redbirds fan’s dream and the third full bath
is there, too. Top it off with a quiet cul-de-sac
street and you’ll say, “Move me in!”.
1438 SATINWOOD DR. $135,000 This 3
bedroom, 2.5 bath 1+ story home features up-
dated dà ©cor including a new stylish rock
fireplace, eat-in kitchen with tiled backsplash,
walls removed to make an open floor plan & a
redesigned main bath with jetted tub & sepa-
rate shower. But your opportunity starts right
there. Owner is moving due to job change &
hasn’t the time to complete all the remodel-
ing he had planned so here’s your chance
to make it your own. Very level front yard,
attached 2-car garage & a fenced backyard.
Enjoy the view off your deck of the wooded
area behind & live just a hop, skip & a jump
from the neighborhood elementary school.
5128 SHADY LANE $69,900 This 3 bed-
room, 1.5 bath split foyer with a 1-car base-
ment garage is a diamond in the rough, wait-
ing for you to polish it right back to its former
beauty. The last time it was on the market, it
showed beautifully and while it needs some
updating, the good “bones” are there. Situ-
ated on a great lot, this home is priced to allow
for the improvement. It qualifies for Homepath
Mortgage financing. See www.homepath.
com for details.
403 ARDEN DR. $164,900 This completely
remodeled spacious ranch home sits on
a large lot just off Hwy. 50 with three pri-
vate warehouse/garage units, two of which
are currently rented for some good addi-
tional income. The current owner keeps one
for their own use. Features include 3 bed-
rooms, 2 baths and an unfinished walkout
basement. Easily seen from the highway if
you wanted to run your own business. Call
for more info.

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OPEN HOUSE LISTINGS
FRIDAY
$129,900 6:00-8:00 718 Dean Dr.
$230,000 5:00-6:00 401 Brookwood Court
$239,900 5:00-6:00 3510 Shermans Hollow
SATURDAY
$72,500 10:00-11:00 102 Third St., California
$79,900 10:30-12:00 1310 Swifts Hwy G 105
$82,500 11:00-12:00 1105 Winston Dr.
$85,900 10:00-12:00 2312 Bluebird Dr.
$87,000 12:00-1:00 5407 Bagnall Drive
$89,900 11:00-12:00 112 Bolton
$99,900 10:00-11:00 613 Michigan St.
$118,000 1:00-2:00 522 Holiday
$118,500 11:30-12:30 1624 West Main
$119,900 10:30-11:30 629 Belmont
$119,900 11:00-12:00 128 Lavinia
$120,900 10:00-11:00 1919 S. Circle Drive
$121,900 11:30-12:30 114 Arden
$124,900 9:00-10:30 1617 Independence Drive
$124,900 9:30-10:30 1108 Lee
$124,900 10:00-11:00 2536 Concord Ave.
$126,500 1:00-3:00 905 Latham Rd., California
$131,900 11:15-12:15 3923 Randall Dr.
$134,900 12:00-1:00 2605 Twin Hills Road
$141,500 1:30-3:00 9467 Erika Lane
$144,900 10:00-11:00 4305 Rainbow Circle
$149,900 10:30-11:30 96 S Larand, Lake Mykee
$155,000 11:00-12:00 2203 Idlewood Road
$159,900 12:00-1:30 1025 Halifax, Holts Summit
$162,900 11:30-12:30 118 Tomahawk
$164,900 11:00-12:00 3620 Darice
$164,900 1:00-2:00 1508 S Summit
$165,000 10:15-11:15 329 Eastland
$174,900 10:00-11:00 952 Sardonyx
$179,900 10:30-11:30 2107 Deer Trail
$207,900 10:00-11:00 313 Joe Lane
$210,000 10:30-12:00 1826 Grand Point
$210,900 10:00-11:00 1604 Northport Drive
$214,900 9:30-10:30 140 Riverwood Dr.
$229,900 9:00-10:00 1007 Las Brisas Ct.
$229,900 11:30-1:30 3624 Willow Brook Drive
$230,000 1:00-2:00 401 Brookwood Court
$235,000 12:00-1:00 3018 Bradley, New Bloomfield
$245,900 9:00-10:30 3005 Glenstone Court
$293,000 9:30-10:30 511 William Waye
$299,900 9:30-11:00 513 Split Rock
$325,000 9:30-10:30 5519 La Charette Dr.
$328,000 1:00-2:00 105 Covered Wagon
$359,900 10:00-11:00 4024 Catalina
SUNDAY
$119,900 1:00-2:30 204 South East St., California
$132,900 3:00-4:00 2541 Plymouth Rock Dr.
$135,000 1:00-2:00 3143 Moreau View Drive
$136,900 1:30-2:30 809 Southern Air
$150,000 1:00-2:00 220 Northrup, Holts Summit
$184,900 12:30-1:30 1619 Northport
$199,900 12:30-2:30 7521 Route BB, Henley
$205,000 1:30-3:00 926 Tanya Lynn Dr.
$214,900 12:00-1:30 3572 Co. Rd. 4006, Holts Summit
$299,500 1:00-3:00 118 Palisades Drive
$314,500 1:00-3:00 204 South Capistrano
$575,000 12:00-1:30 121 Highland Waye
SATURDAY 10-11 - 313 Joe Lane
PLENTY OF ROOM FOR EVERYONE TO HAVE THEIR OWN SPACE
three separate living areas on three different levels. Entertain from
your large eat-in kitchen complete w/pretty wood cabinets, break-
fast bar, pantry & built-in desk. Massive floor to ceiling fireplace
in living room. 4 well-appointed bedrooms w/master bedroom on main level & spa bath. Main
level laundry & 2 car attached garage. Large unfinished area. Great deck & yard. Over 3200 sq.
ft. Recently just reduced to $207,900 to make this even a better deal. Hosted by Sarah Rhodes.
Dir: Hwy 50 East to a left on Eastland to right on Scenic Dr. to right on Joe Lane. Home on left.
Connie Nussbaum
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761-3425
RE/MAX Jefferson City
Soldonservice@mcshi.com
YOU’LL LOVE TO CALL THIS HOME wonderful 1 plus story home
located in West school district. Eat-in kitchen with tiled floors ,plus
formal dining room. Large living room with wood burning fireplace.
You can have a main floor office or perhaps a 5th bedroom. 2
bedrooms on the main & 2 up. 2 baths. Large playroom up or could
be a second family room. Over 2500 sq.ft. Large level back yard.
1 car basement garage. Priced at $119,000
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SATURDAY 10-11 - 1604 Northport Dr.
A HOME THAT HAS IT ALL this main level ranch home
is located on a quiet cul-de-sac. Home offers privacy
with a split bedroom design on main level with 3 bedrooms
& 2 full baths. Cook’s eat-in kitchen with plenty of cabinets,
all appliances & plenty of work space. Formal dining room with pretty hardwood floors. Main
level laundry right off a 2 car main level garage. A well- appointed master bedroom with large
walk-in closet. Master bath with double vanities, jacuzzi tub, & separate shower. On the lower level
you’ll find another bedroom, bath, bonus room & family room. Large unfinished area for abundant
storage. Over 2800 sq. ft of living space. New Roof 2013, all new carpet throughout home. All this
for only $210,900. Dir: S. Country Club, R on Westport, R on Northport.
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