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January 25 February 7, 2013
Jumping off the fscal cliff
Volume V, Issue 2
Finally turning the
corner in Middletown
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Controversial
redistricting
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Spring events
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Season of sneezes
and sniffes arrive
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Virginia Cooperative Extension ofers Managing Your Money series
Virginia Cooperative Exten-
sion is ofering a Managing Your
Money series to help participants
take control of their personal f-
nances. Topics for the fve-lesson
series include personal fnances,
understanding credit, develop-
ing a spending and savings plan,
traditional and non-traditional
banking, and insurance and re-
cordkeeping. Tere will also be
an optional session on Getting
Out of Debt. Each session will
include a list of Action Steps to
help participants apply what they
learn to their own money man-
agement situation. Te series has
a fexible format, with the option
of taking the classes on a monthly
basis or a weekly basis. Sessions
are held regularly throughout the
Northern Shenandoah Valley.
When people have attended all of
the fve sessions, in any combina-
tion of weekly or monthly classes,
they will receive a certifcate of
completion. Extension Agent
Karen Pof says of the program,
Te format of this series allows
participants the opportunity to
take the classes at their own pace,
to easily make up missed sessions,
and to meet the requirements
some organizations have for f-
nancial education.
A weekly series will begin in
Winchester on Tuesday, February
5, 2013, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. at
the VCE-Frederick County Of-
fce, Frederick County Govern-
ment Center, 107 North Kent
Street, Winchester. Participants
MUST register at least three days
in advance, as classes with fewer
than fve people registered will be
cancelled. For more information
about the Managing Your Mon-
ey series, call the Shenandoah
County Ofce of Virginia Coop-
erative Extension at 540-459-6140
or visit our website at http://of-
fces.ext.vt.edu/shenandoah/.
If you are a person with a dis-
ability and desire any assistive
devices, services, or other accom-
modations to participate, please
contact Karen Pof by calling your
local ofce of Virginia Coopera-
tive Extension to discuss accom-
modations at least fve business
days prior to the event. Virginia
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CRIME
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WEEK
Winchester Crime of the Week 1/14/2012
On 12/17/12, at approximately 8:58 p.m. offcers responded to
the area of North Loudoun Street and Piccadilly Street for a re-
port of a pedestrian struck. The vehicle that allegedly struck the
victim stopped at the scene for a brief time and then left prior to
the police arriving. No suspect vehicle description was able to be
provided and the only description of the driver was that it was a
black female. The victim was transported to Winchester Medical
Center with non life threatening injuries.Case Agent Offcer Mach-
er , Incident # 12049417
Frederick County Crime of the Week - January 21, 2013
The Frederick County Sheriffs Offce is investigating a burglary
and grand larceny at 4325 Back Mountain Road between Novem-
ber 28 and 29, 2012. The victim returned home from work to fnd
the front door of the home had been forced open. A Mossberg
Maverick 88 .12 gauge shotgun was removed from the residence.
A jewelry box and several drawers had been rummaged through
but nothing else was reported missing.
If you have any information regarding a suspect or suspect vehi-
cle in these incidents, please contact the Crime Solvers Hotline at
(540) 665 TIPS (8477). Information leading to the arrest of a sus-
pect may result in a reward of up to $1,000. Investigator Holmes
D. Smoke Case #12006850
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Susan W. Carter
Susan Wynne Carter slipped
quietly from this earth on Mon-
day, January 21, 2013, after a
courageous and valiant battle
with complications associated
with cancer. In lieu of fowers,
please consider a memorial
contribution to Blue Ridge
Hospice, 333 West Cork Street,
Suite 405, Winchester, VA
22601 or to Sherando Presbyte-
rian Church, 751 Fairfax Pike,
Stephens City, VA 22655.
Darlene Wells Kesner
Darlene Wells Kesner, 79,
of Stephens City, VA died
Monday, January 21, 2013 in
Winchester Medical Center.
Memorial contributions may
be made to the Esther Boyd
Animal Shelter, 161 Fort
Collier Road, Winchester, VA
22603, or Blue Ridge Hospice,
333 W. Cork Street, Suite 405,
Winchester, VA 22601.
Maria H. Ward
Maria Hilda Ruf Ward, of Ste-
phens City, Virginia died Sat-
urday, January 19, 2013 at her
home. Mrs. Ward was born in
1938 in Germany, the daugh-
ter of the late Albert and Elsa
Ruf. She was a homemaker,
and a devoted mother, grand-
mother and great grandmother.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Blue Ridge Hospice,
333 West Cork Street, Suite
405, Winchester, VA 22601 or
the American Cancer Society,
2654 Valley Ave., Suite B, Win-
chester, VA 22601.
Susan E. Ellinwood
Susan Emery Ellinwood, 65,
of Frederick County, Virginia,
died Friday, January 18, 2013,
in Winchester Medical Center.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Catholic Charities
USA, 2050 Ballenger Avenue,
Suite 400, Alexandria, Vir-
ginia 22314.
Frances W.Bageant
Frances Whitacre Bageant,
age 94, of Winchester, VA died
January 16, 2013. In lieu of
fowers, donations will be
gratefully accepted at Fred-
erick Co. Animal Shelter, 161
Ft. Collier Rd., Winchester, VA
22603 OR Burnt Presbyterian
Church, 168 Burnt Church
Road, Winchester, VA 22603
OR Wesley Chapel Methodist
Church Cemetery Fund, c/o
Roger Crosen, 110 Hunting
Ridge Rd., Winchester, VA
Spay today
Get the cat or dog spayed or
neutered! Contact Spay Today,
this areas reduced-cost spay
and neutering program. At the
time of surgery, initial shots
and tests can be had at lower
rates. Contact Spay Today:
www.baacs.org or call 304-728-
8330.
Death notices
The SPCA is open Monday thru
Friday 10-5 Saturday 10-4 Sunday 1-
5. 115 Featherbed Lane, Winchester
66-8616. The SPCA accepts donations
for the following items, donations can
also be made at Newtown Antiques &
Pawn 375 Fairfax Pike, Stephens City:
Cat Litter Kitten, puppy food Cat
and dog food Toys Rawhides Dog
treats Sheets Towels Blankets
Bleach Pine-Sol Liquid dish and
laundry detergent Large trash bags
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Middletown
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Finally turning the corner in Middletown
By Sue Golden
Frederick County Report
Finally there is good news in
Middletown. Lots of it. Tripp
Chewning, the chair of the per-
sonnel and fnance committee
reports that as of December 31,
2012, Middletown had $32,000
in the bank. Water bills and busi-
ness license statements were just
sent out, so the town can expect
another bump up in its fnances.
Middletowns investment in its
infrastructure is paying of re-
markably; according to Donald
Rifey, the head of public works,
the town saved approximately
one million gallons of water in
the last water cycle. Tat savings
was mostly from the replace-
ment of water pipes on Church
Street between Fourth and Fifth
Streets. Te water savings will
save the town about $4,000 dol-
lars or more. Te old galvanized
pipes were installed around 1950.
Te new pvc pipes are bigger and
should last for 100 years, accord-
ing to Rifey. Currently, the town
is working on replacing the pipes
in the alley that runs from First
Street to the old Middletown
school building.
Rifeys persistence in address-
ing chain problems at the water
treatment plant also paid of. Af-
ter four long and expensive years,
new chains have been provided
to the town under its warranty.
Councilman John Copeland sang
Rifeys praises in continuing
to seek the coverage under the
warranty, even when the coun-
cil did not believe it would be
fruitful. Hats of to Don. He had
a difcult time convincing the
former council and myself that
new chain was needed. Don was
correct when he said the chain
was not sufcient; the company
replaced the chain at no charge
to Middletown Councilor Co-
peland stated at the last town
council meeting.
At the next town council meet-
ing, the council is expected to re-
hire lawyer David Grifn as town
attorney. Grifn, who represents
Stephens City, Boyce and Loudon
County, represented Middletown
for a short period of time before
resigning, after the retirement of
longtime town attorney Stephen
Butler. Grifn told the council
that he has a strong passion for
helping municipalities. Grifn
said that Middletown has some
amazing potential. Look at what
youve got a historic district,
park land, and amazing resourc-
Newly elected members of the Middletown planning commission:
Mark Davis, Gil Barrington, John Copeland and Fred Warton.
Missing is John Blaisdell.
Te chains in use at the Middletown water treatment plant.
Open House
Sun. January 27th
1 - 3:30 PM
ALL YOU CAN EAT
SPAGHETTI DINNER
FRONT ROYAL CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN
106 W. 13th Street Front Royal
February 2, 2013
4:00 7:00pm
Prices for advance tickets: $6.00 adult/ $3.00 child
Prices at the door: $7.00 adult/ $4.00 child
Children 4 & under eat free!
(price includes all you can eat spaghetti, bread, drink and dessert)
All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society
In Memory of Connie Sargent
.
N
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es right at your back door. Grif-
fn, who charges from portal to
portal or door to door, will only
charge Middletown $200 per
hour, a discount from his nor-
mal hourly rate. Te council is
discussing when and how to use
Grifns advice.
Middletown now has a full
contingent on the planning com-
mission. Councilor Copeland,
the liaison to and a member of
the commission, said he intends
to push through revisions to the
comprehensive plan as soon as
possible. He hopes to have the
revisions to the council for ap-
proval in early February. He also
will activate the steering com-
mittee for the proposed bound-
ary adjustment on the east side
of Interstate 81, to try to fnalize
the adjustment.
Tere are some things temper-
ing all of the good news out of
Middletown. Middletowns next
bond payment of $180,000 on
the water treatment plant is due
in February, and might put the
town back in to the red. Te in-
frastructure of town is failing and
will continue to cost the town
money. Meal taxes are expected
to be lower with the closing of
the Wayside Inn restaurant, and
there is no new income expected
to take its place. Treasurer Sha-
ron Falady also expects real es-
tate taxes and grant money to
decrease. Faladys general feeling
is that $200,000 in cuts will be
needed in the next budget to of-
set the losses.
Te council will be working on
new ordinances passed by the
Virginia general assembly last
July that set out guidelines for
water and sewer useage. Under
the legislation, a town may place
liens on property for lack of pay-
ment, can charge up to fve times
the average water bill for depos-
its, and rental property owners
must sign and deliver a form to
town stating that the property is
being leased and that the owner
understands that he or she is
ultimately responsible for the
payment of the bill. Te average
water bill in Middletown is cur-
rently $100. Terefore, under the
guidelines, water deposits can go
up signifcantly. Te council also
may review the cost of a business
license.
Middletown
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Some of the old chains from the water treatment plant New chains for the Middletown water treatment plant.
Punxsutawney Phils cousin Bowman Bill will be
at library to reveal whether he saw his shadow
About 200 people are expected to fock to Bowman Library Saturday,
February 2 at 11 am to fnd out if we can expect another 6 weeks of win-
ter weather.
Bowman Bill has made his annual appearance for 11 years to prog-
nosticate about springs arrival. Tis year, children will have the plenty to
do until Bowman Bill climbs out of his ground hog hole with the weath-
er report. A puppet show, Zhu Zhu pet races, and a ground hog craft will
keep children and families entertained.
If Bowman Bill sees his shadow, he will be scared, run back into
his hole, and wait another 6 weeks for warmer weather. Te rest of the
crowd will lessen their disappointment by adding chocolate sauce to the
ice cream that will be served at the end of the program.
Tis event is free and open to the public. For more information about
Bowman Bills visit to Bowman Library, contact Donna Hughes at 540
869-9000 ext. 215, or by email at dhughes@handleyregional.org.
Bowman Bill with Trish Ridgeway 2012
How Does the American Taxpayer
Relief Act Afect You?
On January 2, 2013, President Obama signed the American Tax-
payer Relief Act (ATRA) into law. Tis new law addresses many of
the tax issues that were debated by Congress at the end of 2012,
and which were referred to by many as the fscal clif.
Here is what the law addressed, and how it could afect you:
Te Bush-era tax cuts
Te new law permanently extended reduced tax rates on in-
come and capital gains and dividends if you make less than
$400,000 ($450,000 if youre married and fle jointly). If you make
more than that, the marginal tax rate for income beyond the new
levels rose from 35 percent to 39.6 percent.
Tis change also increased the top tax rate on long term capi-
tal gains and dividends from 15 percent to 20 percent and made
changes to several other tax credits, the marriage penalty and ed-
ucation-related incentives.
Te Estate Tax Rules
ATRA permanently extended the estate tax laws as they cur-
rently exist, except for the top tax rate, which was increased from
35 percent to 40 percent. Now up to $5 million of an estates
worth is exempt from taxes.
Te American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Tax Pro-
visions
Te child tax credit, some provisions surrounding the Earned
Income Tax credit and an education tax credit, the American
Opportunity Tax Credit, were all temporarily extended through
2017.
Te Payroll Tax Reduction
Tere was a two percent reduction in the amount of money
you paid through the Social Security payroll tax that Congress
put in place in 2010. Tis tax reduction was not extended as part
of ATRA. As a result, the tax rate reverted back to the original
amount 6.2 percent for employees and 12.4 percent for the self-
employed. You may notice a change in the amount of your take-
home pay in your frst paycheck of the 2013 calendar year.
Te ATRA also addressed several other issues, including unem-
ployment, Medicare and other health provisions and the farm bill.
To learn more visit usg.gov
Become a CERT Member
Trained CERT volunteer
members fll a vital role in the
moments immediately follow-
ing an emergency before frst
responders arrive on scene.
Training involves basic disaster
preparedness, such as fre safety,
light search and rescue, team
organization, triage, frst aid, di-
saster psychology and terrorism
awareness. CERT members also
support emergency response
agencies by taking a more active
role in emergency preparedness
projects in their community,
both in spreading the word about
preparedness and in assisting
agencies during response opera-
tions. CERT members may also
support major community activi-
ties such as festivals and celebra-
tions.
Te Winchester/Frederick
CERT will be conducting Basic
CERT Training beginning Tues-
day, January 15, 2013 and con-
tinuing until Saturday, March 2,
2013.
To learn more about CERT or
register to become a CERT mem-
ber and participate in the train-
ing go the Citys Website at www.
winchesterva.gov/ems/cert.php.
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By Mark Robinson
Capital News Service
RICHMOND Sen. Creigh
Deeds, D-Bath, and Sen. Em-
mett Hanger Jr., R-Mount Solon,
are friends. And theyll remain
friends, Deeds says, even if a con-
troversial measure Hanger voted
for costs Deeds his seat in the Vir-
ginia Senate.
Deeds is the odd man out of the
redistricting measure passed on
Monday by Senate Republicans.
Te measure would combine his
and Hangers districts and create
a sixth majority-African-Ameri-
can Senate district.
What the Republicans did is
unconstitutional, Deeds said by
phone after the vote. He also took
to his Twitter account to address
the issue.
Deeds told his followers on
the social media site: Everybody
needs to take a deep breath. Were
a long way from this redistricting
becoming law. We have a lot of
fght still in us.
Deeds is right, according to
John Aughenbaugh, a political sci-
ence professor at Virginia Com-
monwealth University.
Virginias Constitution says re-
districting may only occur every
10 years, following the federal
census. Te last census was done
in 2010, and redistricting oc-
curred in 2011. Tus, Deeds and
Senate Democrats have a case to
challenge the redistricting plan in
state court, Aughenbaugh said in
an email.
To become law, the bill passed
by the Senate still must be ap-
proved by the House of Delegates
and then signed by Gov. Bob Mc-
Donnell.
Moreover, it would need federal
approval to take efect. Te Vot-
ing Rights Act of 1965 requires
states with a history of voter dis-
crimination to have any major
voting changes approved by the
U.S. Justice Department or a fed-
eral judge.
Were a long way from know-
ing if this is going to be real or
not, but Im not afraid of any dis-
trict, Deeds said. I believe in the
process. Ill do what I have to do.
At the federal level, the redis-
tricting plan will face additional
scrutiny.
Te Voting Rights Act calls for
states to create as many voting
districts with a majority of mi-
nority voters as possible. Virginia
currently has fve; the Senate plan
would make it six.
In remarks on the Senate foor
on Monday, Sen. John Watkins,
R-Powhatan, said the creation of
a sixth district with an African
American majority would save
Virginia from litigation under the
Voting Rights Act.
Watkins introduced the revi-
sion to House Bill 259, which was
originally written to make techni-
cal adjustments to House districts
established in 2011. His revision
passed 20-19 on a party-line vote.
Sen. Henry L. Marsh III, D-Rich-
mond, was absent: He was in
Washington for President Barack
Obamas inauguration.
Under the bill, the number of
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Longaberger/
Vera Bradley Fundraiser
Hosted By Sherando FFA
Friday, February 8th, 2013
@Sherando Cafeteria.
Doors open at 5 p.m. Games start at 6 p.m.
Tickets are $20 pre-sale
(available on-line at school website or call 540-869-0060)
or $25 at the door
15 games, door prizes and a raffle basket and bag.
Free babysitting services and refreshments will be for sale.
For more information or to reserve tickets contact
whitacrc@frederick.k12.va.us or call 540-869-0060.
Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013
@ Kays School of Dance
5103 Main St., Stephens City, VA
Class, History, Snacks,
Performances & Fun!
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Registration @ 2:45pm
Class: 3 - 4pm
Performances @ 5pm
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Area lawmakers divided by redistricting controversy
Sen. Creigh Deeds, D-Bath
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Republicans in Watkins district
would increase by more than 8
percent, according to an analy-
sis by the Virginia Public Access
Project, a nonpartisan group.
Hangers district would become
almost 15 percentage points more
Democratic.
Hanger could not be reached
for comment.
In a joint statement Tuesday,
U.S. Senators Mark Warner and
Tim Kaine, both Democrats,
called Senates approval of the
measure disappointing and dis-
ruptive partisan action.
Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling, a Republi-
can who holds a tie-breaking vote
in the Senate, has grave concerns
about the adoption of a revised
redistricting plan, according to
an email sent by an aide. Te aide
said the measure was not some-
thing that (Bolling) supported.
According to the aide, the lieu-
tenant governor is afraid the mea-
sure will distract from issues such
as transportation and education.
Both are priorities for McDonnell
in his last year in ofce.
Tucker Martin, an aide to the
governor, said in an email that
McDonnell has not seen the legis-
lation but would review it closely
should it reach his desk
If approved, the new boundar-
ies would take efect for the next
Senate elections in 2015.
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Sunday, February 10 6 7 p.m.
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In case of bad weather, the event is cancelled
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Man Arrested for Sexu-
ally Assaulting a Juvenile
On January 20, 2013 the
Winchester Police Department
arrested 50-year-old Ignacio
Ramirez for sexually assaulting
a 14-year-old female. Around
5 oclock the victim was ap-
proached by Ignacio who
convinced her to go to a stor-
age unit on West Monmouth
Street where the incident oc-
curred. Ramirez is charged
with abduction, strangulation,
forcible sodomy, aggravated
sexual battery, and object sex-
ual penetration. Te incident
remains under investigation.
Anyone with information
on this incident is asked to
call Crime Solvers at 540-665-
TIPS.
Middletown
Committee
Assignments
Facilities Committee
Mary Shull, Chair
Donna M. G. Gray
Carole Snyder
Personnel & Finance
Committee
Trip Chewning, Chair
John Copeland
Donna M. G. Gray
Ordinance Committee
Donna M. G. Gray, Chair
Mary Shull
Tom Simon
Public Safety
Committee
Carole Snyder, Chair
Mary Shull
Trip Chewning
Planning & Zoning
Committee
John Copeland, Chair
Trip Chewning
Tom Simon
Public Works
Committee
Tom Simon, Chair
Carole Snyder
John Copeland
Special Committees
Charles H. Harbaugh, IV
Middletown Planning
Commision
Anita Holley, Chair
Gilbert Barrington
John Blaisdell
John Copeland, Council Lai-
son
Mark Davis
Stephanie Pendleton
Fred Wharton
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Spring events coming to the valley
By Sue Golden
Frederick County Report
Mark your calendars for two
very special events coming to
the Valley: Te Strasburg Gar-
den & Flower Show and Te
Elegant Wedding Festival. Te
fower show is geared toward
Romancing the Memories,
while the wedding show is billed
as Silk & Lace.
Te garden show will take
place on Saturday and Sunday,
February 23 and 24 in Stras-
burg. According to co-chair of
the event, David Lassiter, the
garden show is designed to help
the businesses of the Shenan-
doah Valley come together to
highlight how the various busi-
nesses of the Valley can compli-
ment each other. Individuals
attending the show will be able
to experience horticultural edu-
cation through landscaping, fo-
ral designs, vendors, exhibitors,
speakers, and demonstrations.
Organizers expect garden clubs,
small shop owners, herb special-
ists, and others generally related
to gardening.
Lassiter believes that garden-
ing provides stress relief, exer-
cise, and is a universal language
that can make perfect strangers
friends. Seeds can be passed
from generation to generation,
friend to friend, and neighbor to
neighbor. Te organizers hope
to make the garden show a year-
ly event.
Te wedding show will be on
Saturday and Sunday, March 23
and 24, also in Strasburg. All
facets of your perfect wedding
can be planned at the show.
Tere will wedding planners,
representatives from various
venues, photographers, jewel-
ers, music, bakeries, caterers,
framers, and more.
Lassiter says the wedding
show is designed to be like
the perfect southern wedding.
Te bridal couple can wander
through the exhibits at a slow
pace, linger, meet vendors, ex-
amine product, taste the cake
and fnger the fabric. Tere will
be a fashion show to preview
outfts for every member of the
wedding party, including your
canine best friends. Door priz-
es, rafes, and demonstrations
round out the event. Organizers
hope to make the wedding show
a bi-annual spring and fall festi-
val.
Walter Jagiello, co-owner
of Artistically Framed in Ste-
phens City intends to be a ven-
dor at both events. Te price
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to vend is very reasonable, and
as a custom framer, it is an au-
dience we cater to. Jacqueline
Bray, a local artist and teacher,
also intends to vend at both
events. Ive shown my work at
the Winchester Museum of the
Arts, and I teach at Shenendoah
University. I will bring some of
my art to the events, and paint
while I am there. I am available
to paint your wedding portrait,
recreate your favorite photo,
make a wonderful memorial of
your faithful companion, or to
help you experience the joy of
being an artist.
Both events will take place at
the Phoenix Fitness & Aquatic
Center and Phoenix Fine Arts
at 35 Brandi Court in Strasburg.
Te cost is $5 per person. Te
event is sponsored by Home-
town Strasburg, Inc., partnering
with E Pearls, Friends and Fami-
lies Fighting Cancer, Strasburg
Fairfeld Inn & Suites, Hupps
Hill Civil War Park, Phoenix
Aquatic and Fitness Center and
Phoenix Fine Arts. For more in-
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tiques.com or call either (540)
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February 2, 2013
Middletown Police
Department
Case Review for
December, 2012
Grand Larceny - 25 cases are
actively being worked on at
this time, 40 cases open pend-
ing additional information. 2
cases closed, 4 hours court,
2 calls for service. Meeting
with commonwealth on drug
overdose case
Trafc Citations
Defective lights - 1
Drive after forfeiture of
license - 1
Driving with suspended or
revoked - 2
Driving while intoxicated
- 2
Defective exhaust - 1
Failure to obey highway
signs - 3
Habitual ofender - 1
Inspection violation - 1
No insurance - 1
No operators license - 1
Speeding - 16
Vehicle registration
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Diversions
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Diversions
ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You
might feel bolder as each new suc-
cess falls into place. But caution is
still advised through the end of the
week. Until then, a step-by-step
approach is best.
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) That
cooperation you request could come at
too high a price. Since few can beat the
Bovine at being clever and resource-
ful, why not see what you can do on
your own?
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20)
Aspects favor a quieter time spent
getting closer to the people who are
especially important to you. Theres
always much more to learn and appre-
ciate about each other.
CANCER (June 21 to July 22) The
concerned Crab will act to resolve
workplace misunderstandings before
they get out of hand and cause more-
serious problems. Co-workers rally to
support your efforts.
LEO (July 23 to August 22) What
the Big Cat might see as a disturbing
act of disloyalty might just be a failure
of communication on both sides. Take
time for mediation rather than con-
frontation.
VIRGO (August 23 to September
22) Be more patient with those who
seem unwilling to accept your version
of whats right. The fact is, theres a lot
more to learn on all sides of this issue.
LIBRA (September 23 to October
22) It should be easier to assess the
facts youll need to make an important
decision. But dont commit if you still
have doubts. There could be more you
need to know.
SCORPIO (October 23 to Novem-
ber 21) Your excitement level remains
high as you continue working on that
new project. Expect some setbacks.
But on the whole, all will move pretty
much on schedule.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to
December 21) It might be wise to be
more prudent with expenses right now.
But your financial situation should
soon clear up, and you could be back
shopping, happily as ever.
CAPRICORN (December 22 to
January 19) You might prefer sticking
with your current schedule. But some
newly emerging information could
persuade you to consider a change.
Keep an open mind.
AQUARIUS (January 20 to Febru-
ary 18) You might want to reject a sug-
gested change. But it could be wise to
go with the flow, at least for a while.
You can always return to your first
plan if you like.
PISCES (February 19 to March 20)
Youre bolstered by both the practi-
cal and poetic sides of your nature as
you maneuver through some unsettled
emotional situations. Things ease up
by weeks end.
BORN THIS WEEK: People reach
out to your generosity and wisdom,
and consider you a trusted and trea-
sured friend.
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On Feb. 8, 1587, after 19 years of
imprisonment, Mary Queen of Scots is
beheaded in England for her complic-
ity in a plot to murder Queen Elizabeth
I. Her son, King James VI of Scotland,
accepted his mothers execution, and
upon Queen Elizabeths death in 1603,
he became king of England, Scotland
and Ireland.
On Feb. 5, 1631, Roger Williams,
the founder of Rhode Island and an
important American religious leader,
arrives in Boston. Williams alarmed
the Puritan oligarchy by speaking
out against the right of civil authori-
ties to punish religious dissension. In
1635, he was banished from the Mas-
sachusetts Bay Colony by the General
Court.
On Feb. 6, 1917, a German subma-
rine torpedoes and sinks the passenger
steamer California off the Irish coast.
The explosion of the torpedo was so
violent that the 470-foot, 9,000-ton
steamer sank just nine minutes after
the attack.
On Feb. 9, 1942, the Normandie,
regarded by many as the most elegant
ocean liner ever built, burns and sinks
in New York Harbor during its conver-
sion to an Allied troop transport ship.
A welder accidentally set fire to a pile
of flammable life preservers, and by
morning the ship lay capsized in the
harbor, a gutted wreck.
On Feb. 10, 1957, Laura Ingalls
Wilder, author of the best-selling Lit-
tle House series of childrens novels
based on her childhood on the Ameri-
can frontier, dies at age 90 in Mans-
field, Mo. In 1932, Wilder, then in her
60s, published her first novel, Little
House in the Big Woods.
On Feb. 7, 1970, Louisiana State
University basketball star Pete Mara-
vich scores 69 points in a game against
Alabama, setting a Division I record
that would stand for 21 years. He died
of a heart attack at age 40 in 1988 dur-
ing a pickup game of basketball in
California.
On Feb. 4, 1983, Karen Carpenter,
a singer who long suffered under the
burden of the expectations that came
with pop stardom, succumbed to heart
failure brought on by her long, unpub-
licized struggle with anorexia. She
was just 32 years old.
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Te cold weather brings with it
a season of smiles, the frst snow-
falls and, unfortunately, cold and
fu outbreaks. While everyone
else is sufering, there are ways
you can make it through the sea-
son unscathed.
It is estimated that a billion peo-
ple across North America will
succumb to the cold virus this
year, says Medline. Consider-
ing there is no cure for cold and
fu viruses, prevention remains
a persons best option at fending
of cold and fu. Tere are difer-
ent precautions to take that can
help protect you against getting
sick or at least reduce the fre-
quency and severity with which
cold and fu strikes.
Although there is no magic
pill to take that will prevent you
from catching a cold or the fu,
there are ways to improve your
odds.
* Wash your hands the right
way. Washing your hands fre-
quently remains the single-best
way to keep viruses and bacteria
that can make you sick from in-
fltrating the body. Washing your
hands for at least 20 seconds
can efectively remove any dirt,
grime and invisible invaders.
* Skip antibacterial products.
Because colds and the fu are the
result of viruses, which are dif-
ferent in behavior and structure
from bacteria, they will not be
killed of with the use of antibac-
terial products. What you may
succeed in doing is killing of any
benefcial bacteria on your hands
as well as creating resistant bac-
teria that form with over-use
of antibiotics and antibacterial
products.
* Get the fu shot. Tere is no
vaccination to prevent the com-
mon cold, but there are immuni-
zations that can help reduce your
risk of getting the fu or help
minimize its severity. Doctors
ofces, clinics and even pharma-
cies all ofer annual fu shots.
* Use sanitizer on items around
the house. Surfaces that are fre-
quently touched by all mem-
bers of the household should be
wiped down with a disinfectant
product. A bleach-and-water
solution is an efective sanitiz-
er. Surfaces to sanitize include
phones, doorknobs, light switch-
es, remote controls, computer
keyboards, faucets, toys, and
countertops.
* Avoid sick people. KidsHealth.
org states that fu viruses and
colds can travel up to 12 feet
(from a sneeze or cough). Steer
clear of anyone exhibiting symp-
toms, especially someone who is
frequently sneezing or coughing.
Parents should keep children
home from school if they are
sick. Do so until symptoms sub-
side so as not to infect others.
* Use a sanitizer product.
Te Centers for Disease Con-
trol and Prevention advise that
when hand-washing is not read-
ily available, a good way to kill
germs is to use an alcohol-based
sanitizer lotion. While not as
efective as washing hands in
warm, soapy water, sanitizing
products can be used in a pinch
while youre on the go.
* Cough into your sleeve. Rather
than coughing or sneezing into
your hands, do so into the crook
of your elbow since this area
rarely touches anything else.
* Skip the bufet lunch. Bufet-
style oferings are convenient and
ofer variety, but they are also
a breeding ground for illness-
es. Tese foods may have been
sneezed or coughed on. Also,
the serving spoons have been
touched by dozens of people.
Tere are many diferent ways
to avoid getting a cold or the fu
this season. Diligence is one of
the keys to staying germ-free.
Health
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Saturday January 26
2:30 Smoke on the Mountain
Homecoming Wayside Te-
atre,7853 Main Street, Middle-
town VA 22645 Back by popu-
lar demand! In this sequel to
*Smoke on the Mountain*, Pas-
tor Oglethrope is moving to
Texas, and the Sanders Family
is there to send him of with hi-
larious and touching stories, and
25 fabulous Bluegrass Gospel fa-
vorites! Contact the Box Ofce
at (540) 869-1776 for ticketing
information. Low-priced perfor-
mances at 2:30PM and 7:30PM.
Te ofcial opening night is
Sunday, January 27 at 6:30PM.
Performances will continue until
March 16. Tursday, Friday, and
Saturday performances are at
7:30PM; Saturday matinees are
at 2:30PM; Sunday performanc-
es are at 2:30PM. Check the cal-
endar on the Wayside Teatre
website for moreinformation on
the schedule. Ticket prices are
$25-$30 for adults and $10 for
children 17 and under. Tere are
also discounts available for se-
niors, students, and groups.
Sunday January 27
Te Valley Stars Baseball Orga-
nization will conduct the follow-
ing tryouts for its travel teams:
13U Sunday, January 27th 4:00-
5:30. 15U Sunday, February 24th
5:00-7:00. 17U Sunday, Feb-
ruary 24th 5:00-7:00. Tryouts
will be held at All-Star Batting
Cages located at 1127 Berryville
Avenue in Winchester. For any
additional information contact
Jim Singhas at 540-539-3123 or
email info@allstarcages.com.
9:15 am Sunday School and
stay for Gospel Music Service
at 10:30am with Te Promised
Land Quartet at First Baptist
Church, 275 Double Toll Gate
Rd, White Post, VA
Please join us for Sunday School
prior to the concert at 9:15 AM.
A love ofer will be taken during
the service. For more informa-
tion contact, Bro Mike Blitch,
Pastor at 540-664-1541 or email
mike.blitch@fbc4u.com. Visit
our website - http://www.fbc4u.
com/ for information also.
Saturday February 2
Handley Regional Library is
launching an early literacy pro-
gram for young children in Feb-
ruary. Families and childcare
professionals are encouraged to
register for the Snuggle Up with
a Book Winter Reading program
through www.handleyregional.
org. Te program kicks of with
Bowman Bill at Bowman Library
on February 2 at 11 am and con-
cludes with dance parties during
story times on February 28 at
10:15 am and 11 am at Handley
Library. Contact Donna Hughes
at dhughes@handleyregional.
org, or by phone at 540 869-9000
ext. 215 for more information.
Wednesday Februay 6
At 4:30 pm, Ms. Potter will pro-
vide an age-appropriate program
entitled Little House in the Na-
tional Archives for children ages
8 and up in the Handley Library
Auditorium. Library staf will
extend the learning opportunity
through activities, a craft from
that time period, and a special
take-home birthday treat. Fol-
lowing the childrens activities,
at 6:30 p.m., Ms. Potter will
demonstrate how records stored
at the National Archives and Re-
cords Administration can shed
new light on old family stories
and popular literature. For ex-
ample, census records from the
Dakota Territories confrm that
Charles Ingalls fled homestead-
ing documents, while federal
climate records from that period
reveal how harsh the winters
were that pioneer families en-
dured (http://www.archives.gov/
publications/prologue/2003/
wi nter/l i ttl e-town-i n-nara-
1.html). Wednesday, February
6th, Handley Library Audito-
rium, free of charge: 4:30 p.m.
children ages 8+ and 6:30 p.m.
adults.
Tursday February 7
Community Education Se-
ries Announced: Northwest-
ern Community Services and
Healthy Families Northern
Shenandoah Valley is co-spon-
soring an upcoming Community
Education Series for Parents and
Professionals in the Lord Fairfax
Service Region. Te goal of the
Community Education Train-
ing Series is to provide FREE
educational opportunities for
both professionals working with
children, youth and families and
parents with children ages birth
to 12.
All of the workshops are FREE
and will be held in the Eagle
Board Room on the Our Health
Campus located at 301 North
Cameron Street, Winchester,
VA. Registration is required for
each of the trainings. To regis-
ter, please call Healthy Families
Northern Shenandoah, Jasmine
Midkif at 540/536-4113 or
email at jmidkif@valleyhealth-
link.com
Te dates/times for the upcom-
ing workshops include:
Tursday, February 7th -- Cyber-
Bullying How can we help? --
from 6 p.m. till 8 p.m.
Tursday, March 7th -- Double
Trouble- Managing Substance
Abuse & Mental Health -- from
6 p.m. till 8 p.m. Tursday, April
4th -- Cycle of Trauma Par-
ents and Children -- from 6 p.m
till 8 p.m. For more information
on services visit: Northwestern
Community Services visit www.
nwcsb.com. Healthy Families
Northern Shenandoah Valley at
www.healthyfamiliesnsv.org
Saturday February 9
10am to 2pm Super Saturday is
designed to educate individuals
about the fnancial aid process
and assist with the completion
of the 2013-14 Free Application
for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
form. Super Saturday will take
place in room 140 in Fairfax
Hall, located at 173 Skirmisher
Lane in Middletown. Te event
is free and open to the public.
Friday February 15
6pm to 10pm WPRD Parents
Night out for ages 4-12 years
old. Register by Feb. 8. Fee $15
for frst child, $10 for additional.
Located at George Washington
Room. Activity #414401/01.
Bring you r child to the park to
enjoy fun activities and take ad-
vantage of a kid-free evening.
Event listing
To advertise, please contact:
Angie Buterakos: angie@FredCoReport.com or 540-683-9197
Alison Duvall: alison@FredCoReport.com or 540-551-07
HU, A Love Song to God
A free presentation for the community
Singing HU can:
Help you experience divine love
Offer solace during times of grief
Bring peace and calm
Wednesday February 27, 2013 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Daily Grind Conference Room
Front Royal
Virginia Satsang Society, a Chartered Affiliate of Eckankar
www.eckankar.org
Serving The Valley with High-tech
Dentistry and Old-fashioned Service
www.thomasfamilydentistry.com
540-465-3980
33820 Old Valley Pike (Rt. 11) Strasburg, VA 22657
All Phases of Dentistry Including:
Cleanings And Exams Invisalign
Orthodontics Extractions
Partials And Dentures Implants
Patient Friendly Payment
Plans Available
Thomas Family Dentistry, PC
Dr. Stephen J. Thomas DDS
Dr. Kenneth J. Thomas DDS
NEW
LOCATION!
Less than 1 mile
from I-81
General Dentistry & Orthodontics
NEW PATIENTS WELCOME!
HOURS:
Mon. Wed. Thurs. 7am - 5pm
Tues. 7 - 7 Fri. 7 - 1
See Our Website for
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Print: LN, framed and matted, 31 x 42, Vic-
torian Lunch, have original receipt $111.
Call 540-550-6674
Crossbow (Similar to Bowfex) Good
Condition $125. Call 540-622-2424.
High-def projection TV for sale. 50-
inch Toshiba. 5 years old, New lamp,
Excellent condition. $250. Call #540-
869-7571. Love Seat for sale. Floral
print cushions with wicker trim. Good
condition. $50. Call 540-869-7571
6/28)
White Crosley heavy duty washer with
20 lb. capacity. Good Condition. $100.
Please call 540-336-9531 after 6PM.
30 NATURAL GAS RANGE four years
old - white $125. Call 540-869-3506
(8/9)
100 year old wooden headboard, cookie
jars all prices, 100 year old wicker baby
stroller, 50s Schwiin girls bike, needs
tires. Call 540-662-9023
Consew Blind Hemmer Sewing Machine,
complete with manual and needles.
Sew a hem in less than a minute. Won-
derful machine for alterations or deco-
rator business. $300. 540-675-3508
(9/20)
Thomas Kinkade Telafora Teapot
Home is Where the Heart Is II $10.00
(9/20)
Christmas Holly Holiday Pattern Never
Used/In Box. $25/ea. Salt & Pepper
Shakers, Soup Bowls, Dinner Plates,
Cookie Jar, Sleigh (Votive Candle used
- cleaned out), Disney Winnie the Pooh
Simply Pooh Figurines $20/ea. Call
540-869-4236 (10/4)
Love Seat for sale. Floral print cush-
ions/pillows. White wicker trim. Good
condition. $40. Call 540-869-7571
(10/4)
Console tv with wood cabinet $50 or bo
Hitachi 56 HD Projection tv $200. 24 tv
$45 obo 540-868-9226 (10/18)
Eli Terry Pillar & Scroll Clock, circa 1805,
Mahogany, serious inquiries only. Call
540-869-3333. (11/02)
Caleb Davis Tall-Case Well-Documented
Valley Clock, 8-day bell strike, serious
inquiries only. Call 540-869-3333.
Mink Coat, full length, Size 12, gorgeous
brown mahogany. Serious inquiries only.
540-869-3333
PIANO, electric, digital. Technics PCM
Digital Ensemble PR50V Price: $1,000
(25% of original price), Model SX-PR50V,
Owners Manual, Full size keyboard,
Never needs tuning, with bench, music,
and manualsOriginal owner, like new -
540/869-8649 or DUNLOCH@GMAIL.COM
Commercial Space for Lease. Prime Lo-
cation in Historic Downtown Strasburg.
Pre-Civil War Building with Period Res-
toration. Log and Brick with Wide Plank
Floors. New 3 Zone Heat/Air. 4 Exte-
rior Doors. 110 N. Massanutten Street.
Monthly Rent $1,500.Off-street parking
available. Call Lisa 540-465-6626
11/16)
Entertainment Center: Light Oak with
glass doors. (64 wide X 58 high X 23
deep) Very good condition $300.00
540-723-0285 (12/13)
7 Foot Air Hockey Table by Harvard.
Brand New! $200.00 540-723-0285
(12/13)
Bassinet: Travel bassinet by Delta with
canopy and locking wheels. Very clean
like new condition. Does not have stor-
age tray on bottom. $30.00 540-723-
0285 (12/13)
Rotisserie oven: Baby George, Model
GR59A Used only once-very clean, like
new condition. No box. $50.00 540-
723-0285 (12/13)
Chestnut Wood Doll Bed: 33-1/2 Long
by 20 Wide (scaled down version of
regular bed) Large over size quilt custom
made; Dust ruffe; Two pillows; Mattress
(I will e-mail picture to you if you would
like to view it on line) $250.00 - Phone:
(540) 635-9748. (12/13)
I have a fourpost dark wood bedroom
suite for sale price is 250.00 This in-
cludes head and foot board,,chester
dresser,,dresser and mirror.Also have for
sale bookcase headboard with rails for
75.00. Please call 540-868-2428 if in-
terest. (01/10)
Hardware and fxture sale Thursday, jan-
uary 10, 2012 10 a.M. To 3 p.M. Or by
appointment 540-635-9194 (melissa).
317 East main street, Front Royal.2 Out-
door sheds and multiple clothing racks
and tags, display cases/tables, shelving,
lighting, mannequins, etc. Etc. Selected
merchandise $1 per item or less. Even
some free items!
Misc
Jennifer Dennis, Direct Marketing Ex-
ecutive, Home Agent & Independent
Rep. for TVC Marketing, Inc./Motor Club
of America (240) 452-0156. Business
Email: teammca2012@gmail.com. Prod-
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sentation Website: http://www.join-
mca-now.com/mca2day.html
Hammond Organ, 25 pedals, 2 manual
full-draw bars, mahogany, ec, serious in-
quiries only, 540.869.3333 (11/15)
1,100 sq.ft. offce space for rent in the
Winchester area. Call 540-974-6359
(6/28)
LUXURY APARTMENT available now for
the working professional. Completely
furnished, tastefully appointed, immacu-
late 1 BR, utilities included. Located in
historic district/Front Royal. Close to
shopping and I-66. Call Ms.Young 540-
635-3059,lease required. (11/29)
House with two fenced acres, double ga-
rage and three storage buildings. Three
bedrooms, two full baths, large 20 x 20
kitchen, Washer/Dryer, existing secu-
rity system and closed in porch. Electric
baseboard heat, stove & refrigerator,
washer/dryer w/ appliances- Middle-
town, VA. Credit check required - $1,100
Deposit/Month. 540-247-9456 (1/24)
Wanted
1950s National Geographics magazines
540-869-3112 (10/18)
Small scooter & van lift Looking for a
donation. Please call Mary or Willis at
540-868-8800
Autos
1986 Ford truck with slide on camper,
extra set wheels, $2900. Call 540-839-
2827 (7/26)
Truck pipe rack for 8ft bed $125.
Call 540-665-0463 (10/18)
89 GMC - PU shortbed located in Fred
Co (12/13)
1998 Ford Windstar GL Minivan, captains
seats, 7 passenger, all extra features,
well maintained. $2200.00 Call 540-
868-0058 (12/13)
2002 Ford Focus SE 5 speed, one
owner, mostly highway miles well
maintained, runs great. 222,000
miles, $1500. 540-869-1815. (11/15)
1997 Mazda B2300 pickup truck 5
speed, manual steering, runs great,
170,000 miles, $1100. 540-869-1815.
(11/15)
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT
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Jessica Simpson is a natural light, lifestyle pho-
tographer. She was born and raised in Front Roy-
al, and currently resides in Stephens City. It was
in high school where Jessica developed her pas-
sion for photography. She learned how to use her
camera, and discovered her ability view things
from a new perspective. Jessica is now the
mother to two young girls, who inspire her daily.
She is also the owner of Jessica Simpson Pho-
tography. Jessica photographs a broad range of
subjects, from families to landscapes. When she
is home, she is photographing every grin, giggle,
and milestone of her growing little girls. Jessica
loves how a photograph can tell a story, while
adding her creative fair.
When Jessica has spare time, she enjoys cre-
ating by making jewelry and crocheting. She also
enjoys hiking and exploring nature. Learn more
about Jessica and her art by visiting her website,
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You can email rob@wcrtv.com if you
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ADOPTION
A childless, young, successful
woman seeks to adopt. Will be
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Medical Billing Trainees Needed!
Train to become a Medical Offce
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LOTS AND ACREAGE
ANTEBELLUM ALBEMARLE
MANSION on 200 acres. Totally
restored historic landmark, can-
didate for conservation ease-
ment. $3,995,000. 540-448-
0393
WOODED LAND 22.8 acres,
perk approved, state road front-
age. 10 minutes from Rocky
Mount and Smith Mountain Lake.
Only $84,900 and owner will f-
nance. 434-444-5088
MULTI FAMILY LAND 7 acres
zoned for 80 apartments or
towns. All utilities. Mile to re-
gional hospital, near I-81/64.
Walk to grocery store. 540-294-
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40,000 SF Warehouse near Natu-
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drive-in doors, 24 ceilings, dust
collection system, 5000SF offce
space. Financial incentives for
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acres, stream along edge, beauti-
ful homesite on knoll with great
view of Cahas Mtn. $89,900 w/
fnancing. 434-444-5088
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1. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE:
What does it mean to be polydactyl?
2. TELEVISION: What TV series
produced a spin-off series called
Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C?
3. U.S. STATES: Which state has
only one syllable in its name?
4. MUSIC: What did singer Art Gar-
funkel do for a living earlier in his
career?
5. GEOGRAPHY: What U.S. city is
nicknamed Beantown?
6. LITERATURE: In Greek tragedy,
what does the tragic hero need to pos-
sess in order for the story to unfold
properly?
7. GEOLOGY: What kind of rock
can float?
8. ENGINEERING: What is a girder?
9. MEASUREMENTS: How long is
a fortnight?
10. RELIGION: Who founded the
Church of England?
Answers
1. To be born with extra toes or fingers
2. The Andy Griffith Show
3. Maine
4. He was a math teacher.
5. Boston
6. Hamartia, or a fatal flaw
7. Pumice
8. A beam, usually made of steel
9. Two weeks
10. King Henry VIII
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1. Who was the last Milwaukee
Brewers pitcher before Zack Greinke
in 2011 to finish with a record at least
10 games above .500?
2. In 2012, Jordan Schafer tied a
Houston Astros record for longest
streak of getting on base to start a sea-
son (25 games). Who else holds the
mark?
3. Entering the 2012 postseason,
who held the NFL career playoff
record for grabbing the most inter-
ceptions (nine)?
4. Patrick Ewing is Georgetown
mens basketballs all-time leader in
rebounds and blocked shots. Who is
the schools all-time leader in points
scored?
5. How many times have the Los
Angeles Kings swept an opponent in
a seven-game NHL playoff series?
6. In 2012, San Jose striker Chris
Wondolowski tied an MLS record for
most goals in a season (27). Who else
holds the record?
7. Who was the first boxer to win
titles from major and minor sanction-
ing bodies in seven divisions?
Answers
1. Chris Bosio was 16-6 in 1992.
2. Denis Menke, in 1969.
3. Ronnie Lott, Bill Simpson and
Charlie Waters.
4. Eric Sleepy Floyd, with 2,304
points.
5. Once they swept St. Louis in
2012.
6. Roy Lassiter had 27 goals for
Tampa Bay in 1996.
7. Hector Macho Camacho won
his seventh in 2001.
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1. Who wrote and released Sun-
shine Superman? Name the other
superhero mentioned in the song.
2. Name the group that wrote and
released Walk This Way.
3. Who sang Roses Are Red (My
Love)?
4. Which group wrote and released
Im Not in Love?
5. Identify the song that contains
this lyric: There is so much at stake,
Seems our freedoms up against the
ropes.
Answers
1. Donovan. The psychedelic pop
song was a No. 1 hit in 1966. The
other superhero mentioned is Green
Lantern.
2. Aerosmith, in 1975. Legend says
the song was written after the band
saw Young Frankenstein, the Mel
Brooks film. Run-DMC picked up the
song in 1986 for their Raising Hell
album.
3. Bobby Vinton, in 1962. As with
a number of similar love songs of the
era, an answer song was written called
Long As the Rose Is Red, sung by
Florraine Darlin.
4. 10cc, in 1975. As written, the song
had a bossa nova rhythm. Instead, they
slowed the tempo and used voices in
multi-track overdubs, repeated for all
16 tracks.
5. Burning Heart by Survivor in
1985. Jimi Jamison performed the
song in the Rocky IV film starring
Sylvester Stallone.
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