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An 11-year-old girl from Pennsylvania and a 12-year-old boy
from Maryland are this year’s national marbles champions.
Emily Cavacini won the girls’ championship Thursday at the
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the boys’ title. The four-day tournament featured 26 boys and 26
girls competing to knock marbles out of a circle.
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playing marbles for about four years. She’s a fifth-grader at Shaler
Elementary School and won the Allegheny County Marbles Tourna-
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A manhunt for kidnapping
suspect Brian Adkinson is
entering its fifth day and
authorities consider him dan-
gerous. Would this alter your
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Jury
says
guilty
Chase convicted in drug
dealer’s death
By Bob Watson
bwatson@newstribune.com
Brandon Chase is guilty of second-
degree murder, first-degree robbery
and armed criminal action in the April
22, 2012, death of Keith Mosely, 34, a
Columbia drug dealer.
A Cole County
jury took 3
1
⁄2-hours
to reach those ver-
dicts Thursday
— about the same
length of time that
a different jury took
in March to reach
a stalemate on the
Jefferson City man.
Several of Chase’s
relatives sobbed
as Circuit Judge
Dan Green read the
three, separate ver-
dicts Thursday afternoon.
Green set Chase’s bond at $250,000,
and scheduled sentencing for July 24.
Chase was taken to the Cole County
Jail.
Public Defender Jan King also has
time to move for a new trial in the next
few weeks.
With the trial of Khiry Summers
scheduled to begin July 8 on the same
charges, both King and Cole County
Prosecutor Mark Richardson declined
to comment on the Chase trial and
verdicts.
The prosecutor and defense lawyers
can ask the judge to consider sentenc-
ing recommendations, but the final
sentences are up to Green.
Chase faces a possible two life prison
sentences — or from 10-30 years — on
the murder and robbery convictions,
and at least three years on the armed
criminal action complaint.
But state law also doesn’t prohibit
Green from ordering probation in the
case.
Mosely was shot shortly after mid-
night, while sitting in an apartment at
Capital Region seeks city cooperation on expansion
Planned expansion may require
traffic changes around campus
By Madeleine Leroux
madeleine@newstribune.com
Capital Region Medical Center is hoping for
cooperation from Jefferson City officials to assist
in various traffic changes and variance requests
associated with the hospital’s planned expan-
sion.
Representatives from CRMC attended the
Public Works and Planning Committee meeting
Thursday, giving a presentation of the hospital’s
$35 million expansion, which is expected to be
completed in 2015.
As part of the expansion, representatives said
they would need to partner with Jefferson City
to allow for some changes around the hospital’s
campus.
Those potential changes include switching
the stretch of Monroe Street that runs beside
the campus from a one-way street to a two-
way street, with potential widening of the road;
requesting the vacation of Woodlawn Avenue;
and incorporating a “full access intersection” at
Monroe Street and Stadium Boulevard.
Representatives also said they would be look-
ing at requesting several variances for signage,
building height, building setback and parking
requirements. A rezoning also would be sought
for surface parking on CRMC property.
The committee was not asked to recommend
or act on any of the changes Thursday, but sim-
ply heard the plans for the future. Representa-
tives of CRMC said they have been working with
city staff to start the process.
In other business, the committee discussed
potential changes to Chestnut Street to deal with
the problem of enforcing parking regulations on
the street with the largely student population.
Lincoln University has previously requested the
street be vacated to allow for a pedestrian plaza
on the campus.
Britt Smith, operations division director, pre-
sented two potential solutions to deal with the
parking issues on the no parking street without
vacating it. Smith said the city is hesitant to
vacate the street as it may be used as a detour
“Boots on the
ground, drones
in the air.”
Securing
borders
Boost for Senate
immigration bill
WASHINGTON (AP) — A
breakthrough at hand, Repub-
licans and Democrats reached
for agreement Thursday on a
costly, military-style surge to
secure the leaky U.S.-Mexican
border and clear the way for
Senate passage of legislation
giving millions of immigrants
a chance at citizenship after
years in America’s shadows.
Lawmakers in both parties
described a southern border
that would be bristling with
law enforcement manpower
and technology as a result of
legislation at the top of Presi-
dent Barack Obama’s second-
term domestic policy agenda.
The emerging deal called for a
doubling of the Border Patrol,
with 20,000 new agents, 18
new unmanned surveillance
drones, 700 miles of fenc-
ing and an array of fixed and
mobile devices to maintain
vigilance.
“This is a border surge. We
have militarized our border,
2 new House panels to tackle Medicaid
Brandon Chase
found guilty
Manhunt continues
in Lake area
Fifth day of search
for Brian Adkinson
By Ceil Abbott
For the News Tribune
A massive manhunt for a Colum-
bia man is focused on the Coffman
Bend area of Lake of the Ozarks.
According to the Missouri High-
way Patrol, more than 50 officers
and canine units from the patrol,
Morgan and Camden county sher-
iffs’ departments are doing a door-
to-door search for Brian Adkinson,
23.
He faces mul-
tiple charges in
the kidnapping of
his former MU stu-
dent girlfriend in
Caldwell County,
inflicting injury
and terrorizing her
before dropping
her off at the Uni-
versity Hospital last
Sunday morning.
Highway Patrol Sgt. Paul Reinsch
said Thursday that even though
Adkinson has eluded officers for
Barnes tabbed to chair
one committee
By Olivia Ingle
olivia@newstribune.com
The Missouri House of Repre-
sentatives has formed two interim
committees to analyze possibilities
for the state’s Medicaid program,
which provides health insurance to
the poor.
House Speaker Tim Jones
announced Thursday that Rep. Jay
Barnes, R-Jefferson City, will chair
one committee and Rep. Noel Tor-
pey, R-Independence, will chair the
other.
Jones is taking recommendations
from the public this week of legis-
lators, community members, doc-
tors, anyone from the public to serve
on Torpey’s committee, the Citizens
and Legislators Working Group on
Medicaid Eligibility and Reform. The
committee comprises Missouri citi-
zens and legislators. It will tour the
state, collecting information to bet-
ter help the General Assembly make
an informed decision on Medicaid.
The committee will present the
information to Barnes’ committee,
the House Interim Committee on
Medicaid Transformation, which will
analyze and dig deeper into what
will be Missouri’s best Medicaid
solution.
An interim Senate committee has
already been created to study Medic-
aid and a bill not yet signed by Gov.
Jay Nixon would create an interim
Medicaid committee of Senate and
House members.
This action stems from Missouri
legislators deciding not to expand
Medicaid during this year’s legisla-
tive session, which ended May 17.
The Affordable Care Act, a law
of comprehensive health insurance
reforms signed by President Obama
in 2010, gave states the option of
expanding Medicaid to up to 138
Adkinson
Julie Smith/News Tribune
Mystery madness
ABOVE: From left, Aidan Bolinger, Gretta Car-
render, Ivy LePage and Makenna Bailey look
on closely as Sgt. Aaron Bolinger demon-
strates collecting finger prints off of an item.
LEFT: Bolinger holds up an evidence bag
after students bagged the item and listed the
necessary information. Cole County deputies
demonstrated investigative techniques during
Linda Taylor’s Mystery Madness class at Blair
Oaks summer school. The students were given
scenarios and tried to solve the different mys-
teries while having a lot of fun.
Please see Manhunt, p. 3 Please see Medicaid, p. 3
Please see Guilty, p. 3
Please see Expansion, p. 3
Please see Immigration, p. 3
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ty cook Paula Deen said while being
questioned in a discrimination lawsuit
that she has used racial slurs in the
past but insisted she and her family do
not tolerate prejudice.
The 66-year-old Food Network star
and Savannah restaurant owner was
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manager of Uncle Bubba’s Seafood and
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tile environment rife with innuendo
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N-word. “Yes, of course,” Deen replied,
though she added: “It’s been a very
long time.”
__________
BEIJING (AP) — Fans eager to see
soccer superstar David Beckham
stormed a police cordon Thursday in
a stampede at a Shanghai university
that injured seven people including
five security personnel.
Three police officers, two university
security guards and two students —
including a Japanese student — were
injured, Shanghai police said on its
official microblog.
Nearly 1,000 fans had gathered at
a stadium in Shanghai Tongji Uni-
versity, where the retired star was to
meet members of the university team,
according to the state-run news site
Xinmin Net.
Upon Beckham’s arrival, fans
stormed through a gate and broke
through a line formed by police and
guards, Xinmin said. .
__________
LONDON (AP) — British comedian
Russell Brand says he has cancelled
Middle Eastern dates on his forth-
coming tour after promoters said they
couldn’t guarantee his safety.
Brand had planned to take his
“Messiah Complex” tour to Abu Dhabi
and Lebanon.
Brand has said the tour focuses on
icons including Che Guevara, Gandhi,
Malcolm X and Jesus, and examines
“the importance of heroes in this age
of atheistic disposability.”
But Brand told BBC radio Thursday
that the Mideast venues “contacted
us to say we can no longer guarantee
your safety.”
The tour starts June 12 in Chicago
and ends in Reykjavik, Iceland, on Dec.
9.
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Today’s Birthdays: Composer Lalo
Schifrin is 81. Actor Bernie Kopell is 80.
Actor Monte Markham is 78. Actress
Mariette Hartley is 73. Actress Mer-
edith Baxter is 66. Actor Michael Gross
is 66. Actress Robyn Douglass is 60.
Actor Leigh McCloskey is 58. Actress
Sammi Davis is 49. Actress Paula Irvine
is 45. Actress Juliette Lewis is 40. Brit-
ain’s Prince William is 31.
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EXPRESS SCRIPTS: The nation’s largest
pharmacy benefits manager is getting
bigger. Express Scripts officials on Thurs-
day confirmed reports that the company
plans to add 1,500 jobs over the next five
years as part of a $56 million expansion
of its sprawling headquarters near the
University of Missouri-St. Louis.
SHERIFF METH: A former southern Mis-
souri sheriff who resigned two years
ago amid allegations of wrongdoing that
included distributing methamphetamine
has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
Ex-Carter County Sheriff Tommy Adams
pleaded guilty to drug possession and
distribution charges on Monday in a plea
deal with the Missouri Attorney General’s
office. He received a 12-year sentence for
the distribution charge, and seven years
for possession. The sentences will run
concurrently.
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immigration bill gains momentum as Sen-
ate negotiators near agreement on a “bor-
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ing the U.S. illegally. If ratified, it would
be added to a bill that gives a chance at
citizenship for millions of immigrants now
living illegally in the country.
FARM BILL: The House rejects a five year,
half-trillion-dollar farm bill that would
have cut $2 billion annually from food
stamps and let states impose broad new
work requirements on those who receive
them.
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no place to go Thursday. A day after
the Federal Reserve roiled U.S financial
markets when it said it could step back
from its aggressive economic stimulus
program later this year, financial markets
around the world plunge. A slowdown in
Chinese manufacturing and reports of a
credit squeeze in the world’s second-larg-
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precautions with the I-5 span, as they
often do to prevent truckers from hitting
overhead structures.
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more than four days, they have
reason to believe he is still in
the Coffman Bend area of Mor-
gan County.
Reinsch said the Highway
Patrol is unaware of any con-
nection that Adkinson has at
the Lake.
Shortly after 4 p.m. Wednes-
day, officers were called to a res-
idence for a reported break-in.
As officers arrived, they heard
a boat leaving the dock area of
the home. Water Patrol officers
spotted Adkinson about 5 p.m.
in a boat near Little Buffalo
Cove. When they approached
the vessel, Adkinson aban-
doned the boat and ran into a
nearby wooded area.
Officers from the various
agencies began an unsuccess-
ful search of the heavily wood-
ed Lake shore, including use
of a Highway Patrol helicopter
equipped with thermal imag-
ing.
On Thursday, Reinsch said
investigators have reason to
believe the suspect is still in
the Coffman Bend area. Road-
blocks have been set up on all
roads leading in and out of the
area, and officers are stopping
and searching all boats passing
between 65- and 70-mile mark-
ers of the Lake’s main channel.
“The residents in the area
have been very cooperative
in allowing us to search every
building within the perimeter,”
Reinsch said. “However, they
need to consider him armed
and dangerous. Residents
should not approach any
strangers, but immediately call
us if they see anything suspi-
cious.”
Although FBI officers are
not taking part in the ground
search, Reinsch said the fed-
eral agency is very involved in
the investigation.
In addition to the charges
stemming from the kidnap-
ping, Adkinson also has a long
list of other run-ins with the
law including charges for bad
checks, drunk driving, driving
while suspended, first degree
burglary, forcible rape, sexual
intercourse by compulsion,
and deviate sexual assault.
Continued from p. 1
Manhunt:
percent of the federal poverty
level beginning in 2014, with
full federal funding for the
first three years and at least 90
percent funding the following
years.
A bill filed during Missouri’s
2013 legislative session by Rep.
Jake Hummel, D-St. Louis,
fell in line with Obama’s call
to expand Medicaid. The bill
would have expanded Med-
icaid to as many as 300,000
Missourians. It would have
expanded Medicaid eligibility
requirements to 138 percent of
the federal poverty level, and it
would have created 24,000 new
jobs in the state. A Missouri
House committee rejected the
legislation in February.
“We rejected the president’s
Medicaid expansion proposal
because it represents a mas-
sive misuse of taxpayer dollars
on a program that provides
inferior access to health care
and poor health outcomes,”
said Jones, R-Eureka.
“We believe a better goal is
to reform and transform our
system of Medicaid so that it
serves as a true safety net by
providing our most vulnerable
citizens with quality care.
“It is a goal that cannot be
accomplished simply by blind-
ly throwing more money at a
broken program.”
Barnes filed a Medicaid
transformation bill during the
2013 session, and while the bill
passed one House committee,
it failed to pass another. The
legislation would have made
fewer Missourians eligible
for Medicaid and would have
allowed those no longer eli-
gible to qualify for subsidies
within a state health exchange
to help offset the costs of pri-
vate insurance plans.
Regarding the interim com-
mittees, Barnes said there’s
no preordained conclusions
about Medicaid expansion or
transformation.
“I think the issue of expan-
sion is still very much up in
the air as to how much, and
whether or not to be honest,”
Jones said.
He said people are ques-
tioning every dollar spent by
the government.
“I think that expansion is
going to have to be very tight-
ly wrapped to conservative
transformation and reform of
a broken program,” he said.
“We’ll see whether or not we
get there.”
Continued from p. 1
Medicaid:
1029-B Buena Vista St., waiting
for Chase to return with money
to complete a marijuana sale.
But, when Chase came back
to the apartment, he was fol-
lowed by two other men — one
wearing a mask over most of
his face — who apparently
intended to steal the drugs.
Officials said Tracy Session,
now 26, fired the fatal shot,
and Session pleaded guilty last
Nov. 7 as part of a plea bargain.
Cole County Presiding Circuit
Judge Patricia Joyce sentenced
him to 20 years in prison in
the case.
In Thursday morning’s clos-
ing arguments, Richardson
urged the jury to find that the
evidence showed that Chase
was the mastermind of the
armed robbery plot.
“We do not want people to
plan crimes,” he explained. “If
you drive the robbers to the
bank, you’re guilty even if you
don’t go inside.
“If you’re a taxi driver, you
pick up a fare and take them to
the bank, and you don’t know
they’re going to rob the bank
— you’re not guilty.”
In Chase’s case, Richardson
argued, the crime started with
Chase’s desire to buy high-
grade marijuana — and a plan
to take the drugs by force rath-
er than pay for them.
“He makes people think
he’s going to buy the drug at
$660, but he works with Tracy
Session and Khiry Summer,
next door, to cause the rob-
bery,” Richardson explained.
“He never intended to buy; he
always intended to rob.
“Even when he finds out
that Mosely has the drugs, not
Brent Slaughter.”
But King asked jurors to
reject Richardson’s arguments
as conjecture, not fact.
“You bet it’s important,
particularly when an innocent
man’s life is on the line,” King
said. “The intent was a dope
deal, not a robbery.”
King said the state’s wit-
nesses presented a lot of spec-
ulation.
“Except for Brent Slaugh-
ter, there’s not accusations
against Brandon Chase at all,”
he argued.
And Slaughter, who said
Mosely was a best friend, was
angry Mosely had died, King
noted.
He argued Chase had seen
a gun and a mask in Sessions’
apartment — next door to the
place where Mosely was shot
— and went back to tell Mose-
ly that Sessions and Summers
planned to rob Mosely.
“But (he) wasn’t fast
enough,” King explained.
“That’s not armed robbery on
Mr. Chase’s part.
“It is on theirs (Summers
and Sessions), but not his.”
King told the jury to note
that they had heard no evi-
dence “that Brandon Chase
was the mastermind.”
“Recognize what your job
is, act on the evidence,” King
urged the jury.
If they found Chase guilty,
King said, “You’d be finding
him guilty because you made
the same dumb assumptions
the prosecutor did.
“And that’s not right.”
But, Richardson also
reminded jurors, they had a
duty to convict criminals, to
keep the community safer.
“When our community has
a murder, it diminishes the
entire community,” he argued.
Continued from p. 1
Guilty:
route when work begins on
the new Lafayette Street inter-
change.
One potential solution
would be to narrow the street
so parking could not occur, he
said. That would use markers
along the road to limit parking
and add three-foot concrete
curbs.
Another option, he said,
would be to close the street off
to traffic during specific hours
during the week and perhaps
allow parking during the eve-
ning when the road is open.
Smith said he would speak
with LU representatives about
using one of those ideas as
a short-term solution to the
parking issue and accompany-
ing safety concerns.
“Chestnut Street has been
a long-standing issue,” Smith
said.
Continued from p. 1
Expansion:
almost,” said Sen. Lindsey Graham, a
South Carolina Republican.
“Boots on the ground, drones in the
air,” summed up Sen. Chuck Schum-
er, the New York Democrat who has
been at the center of efforts to push
immigration legislation through the
Senate.
The plan was announced by Sens.
John Hoeven of North Dakota and
Bob Corker of Tennessee, Republi-
cans who had been publicly uncom-
mitted on the legislation.
Both said other GOP fence-sitters
would also swing behind the measure
if the changes were incorporated, and
by late in the afternoon, two had
done so.
A final vote on the legislation is
expected by the end of next week.
The next move would be up to
the House, where majority Republi-
cans are overwhelmingly opposed to
granting citizenship to immigrants
living in the United States illegally.
Talks on any final compromise would
be held in the fall — if then.
The White House declined to
respond to requests for comment
on the Senate proposal, even though
congressional officials said adminis-
tration officials were involved in the
formal drafting of the terms.
Under the emerging deal, an esti-
mated 11 million immigrants living
in the United States illegally would
be eligible to obtain legal status
while border security was increased.
They could not be awarded green
cards, which bestow permanent resi-
dency status, until the entire border
enhancement plan had been put into
place.
That effectively would give the
government a decade to set up the
additional security, since the legisla-
tion envisions a pathway to citizen-
ship that gives immigrants provision-
al status after six months but requires
them to wait at least a decade before
they become eligible for green cards.
Despite the changes, the legisla-
tion appeared certain to retain the
basic contours negotiated over many
months by a so-called Gang of Eight,
four senators from each party.
Whatever its impact on the bill’s
prospects, the deal failed to satisfy
a group of conservative Senate crit-
ics who want proof that the border
has been secured before legalization
begins, rather than the mere place-
ment of new agents and equipment.
“My impression is this is a promise
of future performance and there is no
contingency in the form of a trigger”
to assure its effectiveness, said John
Cornyn, R-Texas.
Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., also cau-
tioned that the highly touted agree-
ment had not been drafted yet, much
less read by members of the Senate
and their staffs.
The legislation has a broad array
of outside interests pushing for its
passage, although two organizations
objected to the plan for changes.
Speaking for CAMBIO, an organi-
zation that favors immigrant rights,
Christian Ramirez said the deal
should include lapel cameras to deter
abuse by border agents, as well as the
placement of 1,000 distress beacons
in the desert.
The ACLU called the proposed
agreement a “massive deployment of
force” that would be “simply devas-
tating for border communities.”
Corker and Hoeven both said they
expected the legislation to be formally
unveiled in the Senate late Thursday.
The agreement was a turn in the
Senate spotlight for the two men,
who have spent days in secretive talks
with fellow Republicans, and then
Schumer and Democratic Sen. Bob
Menendez of New Jersey.
“We must secure the border first”
before anyone in the country ille-
gally can gain citizenship, Hoeven
said on the Senate floor. “That’s what
Americans demand and that’s what
we must do.” He said the 10-year
cost included $25 billion for the addi-
tional Border Patrol agents, $3 billion
for fencing and another $3.2 billion
for other measures. Other officials
said the overall cost of the security
upgrade could reach $40 billion over
a decade.
Corker told reporters the plan
amounted to “border security on
steroids” and said it would impart
“tremendous momentum” to the bill
on the Senate floor. By day’s end,
Republican Sens. Mark Kirk of Illinois
and Dean Heller of Nevada said they,
too, were prepared to vote for the bill
if the changes were incorporated.
That brought to 10 the number of
Republicans who have indicated they
will vote for the bill, far more than
enough to assure it will have the 60
required to overcome any attempted
filibuster by last-ditch opponents.
Democrats control 54 seats, and party
aides have said they do not expect
any defections from their side of the
political aisle.
Apart from the border security
measures, the legislation as drafted
already included implementation of a
biometric system to track the comings
and goings of foreigners at air and sea
ports as well as land crossings, and a
requirement for businesses to verify
the legal status of job seekers.
At the same time the border secu-
rity talks appeared all but settled,
officials disclosed changes on other
thorny issues.
Continued from p. 1
Immigration:
FDA allows OTC morning-after
pill, lifts age limit
WASHINGTON (AP) — The morning-
after pill is finally going over-the-counter.
The Food and Drug Administration on
Thursday approved unrestricted sales of
Plan B One-Step, lifting all age limits on
the emergency contraceptive.
The move came a week after the
Obama administration promised a feder-
al judge it would take that step — ending
a decade-plus struggle by women’s health
advocates for nonprescription access to
next-day birth control.
The administration had fought lifting
age restrictions but gave in after several
losses in court. Thursday’s move applies
only to one brand.
The morning-after pill is a higher dose
of regular birth control that can prevent
pregnancy if taken soon enough after
unprotected sex. Until now, women could
buy it without a prescription only if they
proved to a pharmacist that they were 17
or older.
Feds delay requiring
rearview cameras in cars
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama
administration is again delaying regula-
tions on whether new cars and trucks
must come equipped with rearview cam-
eras to protect against drivers backing
over people in blind spots behind their
vehicles.
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood
said Thursday in a letter to Congress that
more research is needed. He set a new
deadline of January 2015 for the regula-
tions.
Congress had set a deadline of Febru-
ary 2011 for the regulations, but they’ve
been repeatedly delayed.
Maryland ban on baby crib
bumpers in effect
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — The nation’s
first statewide ban on the sale of crib
bumper pads is taking effect in Mary-
land.
The ban begins today.
Health officials say crib bumper pads
offer no meaningful benefit and pose
potentially serious risks to infants, includ-
ing suffocation.
Maryland’s health department notes
that the American Academy of Pediat-
rics, the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention and the National Institutes of
Health all advise against their use.
Watchdog faults NSA
background check
WASHINGTON (AP) — A government
watchdog testified Thursday there may
have been problems with the security
clearance background check conducted
on the 29-year-old federal contractor who
disclosed previously secret National Secu-
rity Agency programs for collecting phone
records and Internet data.
Appearing at a Senate hearing, Patrick
McFarland, the U.S. Office of Personnel
Management’s inspector general, said
USIS, the company that conducted the
security clearance investigation of former
NSA systems analyst Edward Snowden, is
now under investigation itself.
VA shows progress on backlog
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Veterans
Affairs Department is chipping away at a
massive inventory of disability claims for
veterans, reducing the number of claims
considered backlogged by about 13 per-
cent in recent weeks.
Republican lawmakers are skeptical
that the trend will continue, but they’ve
been unable to agree on a solution to a
problem that has become a major head-
ache for the Obama administration.
The VA pays disability benefits to vet-
erans who are injured or become ill as a
result of their active service. For years,
veterans have complained that it takes
too long for their claims to be resolved.
In late March, more than 611,000 claims,
or about 70 percent, were pending longer
than 125 days.
Homeless woman found
insane in LA death
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A jury decid-
ed Thursday that a homeless Los Ange-
les woman was legally insane when she
pushed an 84-year-old woman from a
train platform to her death.
A jury delivered its verdict Thursday
after having earlier found Jackkqueline
Pogue guilty of second-degree murder.
Experts testified during the sanity
phase of the trial that the defendant has
been severely mentally ill for most of
her life, had delusions and was hearing
voices.
More homes evacuated
in Western wildfires
EVERGREEN, Colo. (AP) — Firefight-
ers attacked dozens of blazes in Western
states where hot and windy conditions
persisted Thursday, including two blazes
that forced hundreds of people out of
their homes in Colorado.
Air and ground crews resumed work
against a 500-acre fire in the Rocky Moun-
tain foothills about 30 miles southwest
of Denver that impacted more than 100
people. The Lime Gulch Fire, possibly
triggered by lightning, threatened no
structures in Pike National Forest.
In southern Colorado, a 300-acre fire
in Huerfano County forced at least 175
people to stay at a Red Cross shelter at a
high school.
Woman in ricin case
to undergo psych exam
TEXARKANA, Texas (AP) — A Texas
woman accused of sending ricin-laced
letters to President Barack Obama and
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg in
an attempt to frame her husband will
undergo a psychological evaluation.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Caroline Craven
on Thursday ordered that Shannon Rich-
ardson undergo the exam after her court-
appointed attorney, Tonda Curry, request-
ed it. Curry said in a court motion that she
had observed “a pattern of behavior” that
made her wonder if Richardson can assist
with her defense.
EPA won’t confirm
frack-pollution tie
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Environ-
mental Protection Agency is abandoning
its plan to confirm hydraulic fracturing is
linked to groundwater pollution in central
Wyoming.
A draft news release obtained Thurs-
day by The Associated Press says the EPA
won’t have independent scientists review
its finding that fracking may have caused
the pollution.
The EPA says it won’t finalize its report
on the issue. Instead, it will let state offi-
cials investigate.
30 arrested in Texas sweep
of notorious gang
McALLEN, Texas (AP) — Federal agents
have arrested 30 members and associates
of a prison gang on charges that that they
worked with organized crime in Mexico to
bring drugs into South Texas and distrib-
ute them north.
U.S. Drug Enforcement Administra-
tion Special Agent in Charge Javier Pena
said Thursday that the sweep was the
result of a four-year investigation by the
DEA and FBI into the notorious Mexican
Mafia prison gang.
Judge: Pair in X-ray plot
should stay jailed
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A federal mag-
istrate has ruled that two New York men
accused of trying to build a portable X-ray
weapon to sicken Muslims and enemies
of Israel are a threat and should remain
jailed.
U.S. Magistrate Christian Hummel on
Thursday afternoon ordered 49-year-old
Glendon Scott Crawford and 54-year-old
Eric J. Feight held without bail until a pre-
liminary hearing in July.
Lawyers for the men had argued they
didn’t pose a threat to the community,
had no criminal history and should be
allowed to return to their jobs. Neither
man spoke at the short hearing in federal
court in Albany.
Obama nominating
FBI director today
WASHINGTON (AP) — President
Barack Obama on Friday plans to nomi-
nate President George W. Bush’s former
No. 2 at the Justice Department, Jim
Comey, to lead the FBI as the agency
grapples with privacy debates over a host
of recently exposed investigative tactics.
If confirmed by the Senate, Comey
would serve a 10-year tenure and replace
Robert Mueller, who has held the job
since the week before the terrorist attacks
on Sept. 11, 2001.
Mueller is set to resign on Sept. 4 after
overseeing the bureau’s transformation
into one the country’s chief weapons
against terrorism.
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Darden update
Wall Street anticipates that
Darden Restaurants will report
lower earnings.
The company has been
struggling with soft sales at its
Red Lobster restaurants as diners
increasingly head to rival chains
like Chipotle and Panera, where
they feel they’re getting
restaurant-quality food without
paying as much. Darden’s Olive
Garden and LongHorn Steak-
house chains have fared better.
The company reports earnings for
its fiscal fourth quarter today.
Better quarter?
CarMax has benefited from strong
sales growth as more buyers have
taken advantage of low-interest
financing.
The used car dealership chain is
expected to report today that its
earnings and revenue improved
from a year earlier in its fiscal first
quarter. In addition to sales of new
and used cars and trucks, inves-
tors will be looking for details on
the company’s plans to open more
dealerships.
Eye on layoffs
The Department of Labor reports
May data on mass layoffs today.
The agency derives its figures
by tracking layoffs at businesses
that have received at least 50
initial claims for unemployment
benefits during a five-week period.
The number of employees who
have lost their job as part of a
mass layoff has been mostly
declining on a monthly basis since
December, coinciding with steady
job growth.
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10-year Trea-
sury note jumped
to 2.42 percent
Thursday. Yields
affect interest
rates on consum-
er loans.
Crude Oil (bbl) 95.40 98.24 -2.89 +3.9
Ethanol (gal) 2.45 2.47 -0.24 +11.9
Heating Oil (gal) 2.87 2.97 -3.37 -5.7
Natural Gas (mm btu) 3.88 3.96 -2.17 +15.7
Unleaded Gas (gal) 2.79 2.89 -3.64 -0.9
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Silver (oz) 19.82 21.62 -8.32 -34.3
Platinum (oz) 1363.80 1423.90 -4.22 -11.4
Copper (lb) 3.06 3.14 -2.61 -15.9
Palladium (oz) 663.55 694.85 -4.50 -5.6
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Cotton (lb) 0.85 0.85 -0.56 +13.0
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Soybeans (bu) 14.98 15.23 -1.67 +5.6
Wheat (bu) 7.01 7.07 -0.92 -10.0
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lar helped pull
down oil prices,
while higher
bond yields
pushed gold
prices sharply
lower. Silver,
Platinum and
other metals al-
so fell.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Applications
for U.S. unemployment benefits rose by
18,000 last week to a seasonally adjust-
ed 354,000. Despite the gain, the level
remains consistent with moderate job
growth.
The Labor Department said Thursday
that the less volatile four-week average
increased by 2,500 to 348,250.
Applications are a proxy for layoffs.
Since January, they have fallen 6 per-
cent. That suggests companies are cutting
fewer jobs.
At the same time, hiring has been
steady, despite an increase in taxes on
Jan. 1 and steep federal spending cuts that
began in March. Solid consumer spend-
ing and a rebound in housing have helped
the economy weather the fiscal drag.
Employers added 175,000 jobs in May,
nearly matching the average monthly gain
for the past year.
The unemployment rate ticked up to
7.6 percent from 7.5 percent, but for a
good reason: More Americans were con-
fident they could find work and began
searching for a job.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday
offered a brighter outlook for the job mar-
ket and economy. Chairman Ben Bernan-
ke said the Fed is likely to reduce its bond
purchases later this year and end them
in the middle of next year if the economy
continues to strengthen.
The Fed expects the unemployment
rate will fall to between 6.5 percent and
6.8 percent by the end of 2014. That’s
lower than their March forecast of 6.7
percent to 7 percent.
NEW YORK (AP) — There
was no let-up in the flight from
stocks and bonds Thursday as
the Dow Jones industrial aver-
age plunged 353 points and
wiped out almost two months
of gains.
A day after the Federal
Reserve roiled U.S financial
markets when it said it could
step back from its aggres-
sive economic stimulus pro-
gram later this year, financial
markets continued to slide. A
slowdown in Chinese manu-
facturing added to Wall Street’s
worries.
The breadth of the sell-off
was seen across global finan-
cial markets, from sharply
lower stock markets in Asia
to falling government bond
prices in Europe and the U.S.
Gold also plunged.
The Dow’s drop — which
knocked the average down 2.3
percent to 14,758.32 — was its
biggest since November 2011.
It comes just three weeks after
the blue-chip index reached
an all-time high of 15,409.
The Standard & Poor’s 500
lost 40.74 points, or 2.5 percent,
to 1,588.19. It also reached a
record high last month, peak-
ing at 1,669.
Small-company stocks fell
more than the rest of the mar-
ket, a sign that investors are
aggressively reducing risk.
In U.S. government debt,
the yield on the benchmark
10-year note rose to its highest
level since August 2011.
Stocks extend slide as
China adds to worries
Weekly US jobless aid applications rise to 354,000
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. mortgage
rates fell for the first time in seven week,
keeping the average on the 30-year fixed
loan just under 4 percent. But rates are
expected to surge next week, as markets
respond to Chairman Ben Bernanke’s
comments that the Federal Reserve will
likely reduce its bond purchases later
this year.
Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said
Thursday that the rate on the 30-year
loan eased to 3.93 percent last week.
That’s down from 3.98 percent last week
but is still the highest level since April
2012.
The rate on the 15-year mortgage fell
to 3.04 percent from 3.10 percent. That’s
the highest since May 2012.
US rate on 30-year mortgage falls to 3.93 percent
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 2013 A5
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OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) —
Washington state’s transporta-
tion department has known
since the 1970s that the Inter-
state 5 bridge that recently col-
lapsed after being clipped by a
truck hauling an oversize load
had been struck repeatedly
before by similar big rigs.
Just last fall, a tall vehi-
cle crossing the Skagit River
bridge hit the overhead struc-
ture, ripping a 3-inch gash in
the steel and deforming three
components.
Even knowing that history,
state officials didn’t take pre-
cautions as they often do to
prevent truckers from hitting
overhead structures, raising
questions about whether the
state could have done more
to prevent the collapse from
happening.
The Associated Press found
that the DOT regularly puts
detailed warnings on its truck-
ing permits when routes are
projected to encounter poten-
tially problematic areas of
low clearance. But the Skagit
bridge — along the crucial I-5
corridor between Seattle and
Vancouver, British Columbia
— was never added to that
group.
Federal transportation
investigators believe an over-
size load struck the bridge last
month, causing a portion of it
to collapse into the river and
taking two vehicles with it.
Nobody was seriously injured,
but the failure has continued
to disrupt transportation and
renewed attention on the con-
dition of the nation’s infra-
structure.
DOT spokesman Travis
Phelps said the agency puts
out the caution notifications
on some areas that have had
clearance problems in the past
— but that not every clearance
height is noted. The state didn’t
consider the Skagit bridge to
be particularly problematic.
“We don’t put every bridge
that’s been struck onto a per-
mit,” he said.
In the DOT permit to allow
the oversized load across the
bridge, the state determined
that the route was OK for a load
that stood 15 feet 9 inches tall,
even though the outer edges of
the bridge had a clearance of
less than 15 feet.
DOT did add a qualifica-
tion that the agency does not
guarantee the height clear-
ances, and Phelps said it is
the company’s responsibility
to ensure that the load safely
passes across. The state also
provides separate information
to companies about bridge
heights.
The permit, however, was
much different than another
approval given just two days
earlier to the same company.
In that request, Mullen Truck-
ing sought to bring a large
boiler along Interstate 90, with
a maximum height of just 14
feet.
At 10 points on the route
path, the DOT issued a “CAU-
TION” notice, detailing the
height of the overhead clear-
ance and asking the driver to
take a different route if the
load was within two inches of
that level. None of those over-
head heights were a problem
on that specific permit because
they were at least seven inches
higher than the load.
The problems over the
Skagit first started appearing
in 1979.
A 1985 inspection spe-
cifically described “high load
dings” on the first overhang-
ing portions of the bridge
that vehicles would encoun-
ter as they drive southbound
— apparently the same parts
that were compromised in last
month’s collapse. Similar notes
appear in other inspections as
well.
Last October, a DOT bridge
maintenance specialist noti-
fied another official about the
large gash in the northbound
portion of the bridge and the
other damage that appeared to
accompany it.
DOT officials decided the
damage wasn’t severe enough
to warrant an emergency, but
the department worked to
mend the metal and conduct a
special inspection of the span.
The Skagit bridge is deemed
“fracture critical” because it
can collapse if a single, vital
component of the span is
compromised. A prelimi-
nary report from the National
Transportation Safety Board
determined that it failed last
month because the impact of
the oversized load on the over-
head portions of the bridge
caused significant damage to
those critical elements.
The driver told investiga-
tors that he felt “crowded” by
another vehicle that was pass-
ing him as they arrived at the
bridge, so he moved his vehi-
cle to the right.
Crews opened a temporary
replacement for the bridge
this week, allowing motorists
to cross at a slower speed. The
state hopes to have a perma-
nent replacement built in the
coming months — although
much of it will remain in its
current size and style.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A
handful of senators struggled
Thursday to hold together a
bipartisan deal to keep student
loan rates from doubling on
July 1 while their colleagues
traded political barbs with little
more than a week to go before
the deadline.
Top White House officials,
meanwhile, told lawmakers
they were open to changes in
President Barack Obama’s stu-
dent loan proposal if a com-
promise could be reached
that would win congressional
approval.
The behind-the-scenes
negotiations were an attempt
to head off a rate hike that Con-
gress’ Joint Economic Com-
mittee estimated would cost
the average student borrower
an extra $2,600. Both parties
rushed to microphones to
point fingers at the other for the
potential hike but kept in touch
with back-channel efforts that
would prevent them from being
blamed for adding to already
high college costs.
“There’s no question there
are discussions going on in the
Senate right now, bipartisan
discussions. Whether it bares
fruit in the next 10 days is going
to be a nail biter,” said Rep. Joe
Courtney, D-Conn.
The bipartisan deal, which
would link undergraduate stu-
dent loans’ interest rates with
the financial markets, would
save the government more
than $8 billion over the next 10
years, according to an unpub-
lished Congressional Budget
Office report.
Democratic and Republican
Senate aides insisted on ano-
nymity in discussing the bud-
get office report because it has
not been released to the public
yet and they were not autho-
rized to discuss it publicly.
The compromise plan was
similar to one Obama includ-
ed in his budget and House
Republicans passed. That put
pressure on the Senate, where
a competing partisan proposal
came up short last week.
The new bipartisan propos-
al’s $8 billion sum was unlikely
to win much support from
Democrats, who insist that
student loans should not be
a source of profit for the gov-
ernment. Students loans issued
this year were set to bring in
$51 billion net gain over the
next decade.
The projections, though,
could win votes from Repub-
licans who do not want the
popular student loan programs
to add to the deficit.
Lawmakers try to save
student loan deal TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) —
Planned Parenthood filed a
lawsuit Thursday over a new
Kansas law requiring doctors
to inform women seeking abor-
tions that they’re ending the life
of a “whole, separate, unique,
living human being.”
Planned Parenthood’s clinic
in the Kansas City suburb of
Overland Park and its director,
Dr. Orrin Moore, contend in
the lawsuit filed in U.S. District
Court that the law violates doc-
tors’ free speech rights guaran-
teed by the First Amendment to
the U.S. Constitution. They say
the statement that an abortion
terminates the life of a separate
human being requires them to
make “a misleading statement
of philosophical and/or reli-
gious belief.”
The new Kansas require-
ments take effect next month.
“It’s called compelled
speech, which is a violation of
the First Amendment,” Peter
Brownlie, the Planned Parent-
hood chapter’s president and
chief executive officer, said
during an interview.
“The Legislature is attempt-
ing to force us to endorse the
political views of the governor
and his allies.”
Republican Gov. Sam Brown-
back is a strong abortion oppo-
nent who’s called publicly on
legislators to create a “culture
of life” in Kansas. Legislators
approved the new restrictions
with large, bipartisan majori-
ties in both chambers.
Planned Parenthood of Kan-
sas and Mid-Missouri is also
attacking a provision of the
law that requires its website
to link to a Kansas Depart-
ment of Health and Environ-
ment site on abortion and fetal
development. Planned Parent-
hood contends it is required
to endorse the health depart-
ment’s message.
Also, the lawsuit challenges
a requirement that abortion
patients receive information
that a fetus can feel pain by the
20th week following fertiliza-
tion.
Planned Parenthood con-
tends that statement is mis-
leading but noted in its lawsuit
that “all or virtually all” of the
patients terminating pregnan-
cies at its clinic do so before the
20th week, making the infor-
mation “irrelevant.”
Mary Kay Culp, executive
director of Kansans for Life, the
most influential anti-abortion
group at the Statehouse, said
Planned Parenthood is attack-
ing requirements aimed at
strengthening a long-standing
state law under which a doctor
to obtain “informed consent”
from a patient before terminat-
ing her pregnancy. Kansans for
Life officials said the require-
ment is satisfied if a patient
has access to the health depart-
ment’s information, whether a
doctor criticizes it or contra-
dicts it verbally.
Brownlie said Moore and the
clinic will ask a court to block
the requirements from taking
effect July 1 as planned.
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House rejects farm bill over food stamp cuts
62 Republicans vote no
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House
rejected a five-year, half-trillion-dollar
farm bill Thursday that would have cut
$2 billion annually from food stamps
and let states impose broad new work
requirements on those who receive
them.
Those cuts weren’t deep enough
for many Republicans who objected
to the cost of the nearly $80 billion-a-
year food stamp program, which has
doubled in the past five years. The vote
was 234-195 against the bill, with 62
Republicans voting against it.
All six Missouri Republicans voted
for the bill, while the state’s two Demo-
crats voted no.
The bill also suffered from lack of
Democratic support necessary for the
traditionally bipartisan farm bill to
pass. Only 24 Democrats voted in favor
of the legislation after many said the
food stamp cuts could remove as many
as 2 million needy recipients from the
rolls. The addition of the optional state
work requirements by Republican
amendment just before final passage
turned away many remaining Demo-
cratic votes.
Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va.,
and No. 2 Democrat Steny Hoyer of
Maryland, both of whom voted for the
bill, immediately took to the House
floor and blamed the other’s party for
the defeat.
Cantor said it was a “disappointing
day” and that Democrats had been a
“disappointing player.”
Hoyer suggested that Republicans
voted for the food stamp work require-
ments to tank the bill.
“What happened today is you
turned a bipartisan bill, necessary for
our farmers, necessary for our con-
sumers, necessary for the people of
America, that many of us would have
supported, and you turned it into a
partisan bill,” he said.
The Senate overwhelmingly passed
its version of the farm bill last week,
with about $2.4 billion a year in over-
all cuts and a $400 million annual
decrease in food stamps — one-fifth of
the House bill’s food stamp cuts. The
White House was supportive of the
Senate version but had issued a veto
threat of the House bill.
If the two chambers cannot come
together on a bill, farm-state lawmak-
ers could push for an extension of the
2008 farm bill that expires in Septem-
ber or negotiate a new bill with the
Senate and try again.
Some conservatives have suggested
separating the farm programs and the
food stamps into separate bills. Farm-
state lawmakers have for decades
added food stamps to farm bills to
garner urban votes for the rural bill.
But that marriage has made passage
harder this year.
House Agriculture Committee
Chairman Frank Lucas, R-Okla., said
Thursday that the committee is assess-
ing all its options and will continue its
work in the “near future.”
Just before the vote, Lucas pleaded
with his colleagues’ support, saying
that if the measure didn’t pass people
would use it as an example of a dys-
functional Congress.
“If it fails today I can’t guarantee
you’ll see in this Congress another
attempt,” he said.
Minnesota Rep. Collin Peterson, the
senior Democrat on the House Agri-
culture Committee, said he believes
the work requirements and a vote that
scuttled a proposed dairy overhaul
turned too many lawmakers against
the measure.
“I had a bunch of people come up
to me and say I was with you but this
is it, I’m done,” Peterson said after the
vote.
House Speaker John Boehner, R-
Ohio, voted for the bill but lobbied
for the dairy amendment that caused
some dairy-state lawmakers to even-
tually turn on the legislation. Can-
tor vocally supported the amendment
that imposed the work requirements,
coming to the House floor just before
that vote and the final vote to endorse
it.
Though passage has been in the
balance all week, the vote against the
bill was larger than many expected.
When the final vote count was read,
House Democrats cheered loudly,
led by members of the Congressional
Black Caucus who had fought the food
stamp cuts.
The defeat is also a major victory for
conservative taxpayer groups and envi-
ronmental groups who have unsuc-
cessfully worked against the bill for
years. Those groups have aggressively
lobbied lawmakers in recent weeks,
hoping to capitalize on the more than
200 new members of the House since
the last farm bill passed five years ago.
Many of those new members are con-
servative Republicans who replaced
moderate rural Democrats who had
championed farm policy.
Those groups were emboldened
after the vote.
AP
A shopper looking over the milk aisle at a store in Montpelier, Vt. A pro-
posed new dairy program died as the farm bill died in the U.S. House.
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A6 FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 2013 INTERNATIONAL
Trade sought for 5
Gitmo prisoners
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP)
— The Taliban offered to free a
U.S. soldier held captive since
2009 in exchange for five pris-
oners at Guantanamo Bay, while
Afghan President Hamid Karzai
eased his opposition Thursday
to joining planned peace talks.
The idea of releasing some of
the Taliban’s most senior opera-
tives has been controversial
over fears they would simply
return to the battlefield.
The proposal to trade U.S.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for
the Taliban detainees was made
by senior Taliban spokesman
Shaheen Suhail in an exclusive
interview with The Associated
Press from his newly opened
political office in Doha, the
capital of the Gulf nation of
Qatar.
The prisoner exchange is the
first item on the Taliban’s agen-
da before even opening peace
talks with the U.S., said Suhail,
a top Taliban figure who served
as first secretary at the Afghan
Embassy in the Pakistani capital
of Islamabad before the Taliban
government’s ouster in 2001.
“First has to be the release of
detainees,” Suhail said Thurs-
day when asked about Bergdahl.
“Yes. It would be an exchange.
Then step by step, we want to
build bridges of confidence to
go forward.”
Bergdahl, 27, of Hailey,
Idaho, is the only known Ameri-
can soldier held captive from
the Afghan war. He disappeared
from his base in southeastern
Afghanistan on June 30, 2009,
and is believed held in Paki-
stan.
Suhail said Bergdahl “is, as
far as I know, in good condi-
tion.”
Col. Tim Marsano with the
Idaho National Guard said
Bergdahl’s parents, Bob and
Jani Bergdahl, plan to speak at
an event honoring the soldier in
Hailey on Saturday.
“They’re aware that the pos-
sibility of a transfer or exchange
is on the table and they’re
encouraged by it,” Marsano
said.
The reconciliation process
with the Taliban — seen by
most as the only way to end the
nearly 12-year war — has been
a long and bumpy one. It began
nearly two years ago when the
U.S. opened secret talks that
were later scuttled by Karzai
when he learned of them.
It was then that the U.S.
and Taliban discussed prisoner
exchanges and for a brief time
it appeared that the five Guan-
tanamo Bay prisoners would be
released and sent to Doha to
help further the peace process.
But Karzai stepped in again and
demanded they be returned to
Afghanistan over Taliban objec-
tions.
Since then, the U.S. has been
trying to jumpstart peace talks
and the Taliban have made sev-
eral offers — including shar-
ing power in Kabul. The Tal-
iban have also attended several
international conferences and
held meetings with representa-
tives of about 30 countries.
Afghan and U.S. officials
have said the Taliban being
considered for any exchange
deal are:
• Mohammad Fazl , a former
Taliban chief of army staff and
the deputy minister of defense.
• Abdul Haq Wasiq, former
Taliban deputy minister of
intelligence, who was in direct
contact with supreme leader
Mullah Mohammed Omar dur-
ing the Taliban rule, according
to military documents.
• Mullah Norullah Nuri , who
has been described as one of
the most significant former Tal-
iban officials held at Guanta-
namo. He was a senior Taliban
commander in Mazar-e-Sharif
and previously was a Taliban
governor in two provinces,
• Khairullah Khairkhwa,
a former Taliban minister of
the interior and military com-
mander. According to military
documents, he had direct ties
to Mullah Omar and Osama bin
Laden and was also a friend of
Karzai.
• Mohammed Nabi, former
chief of security for the Tal-
iban in Qalat, the capital of the
southern province of Zabul.
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MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — During the years when Mogadi-
shu resembled one big battlefield, the U.N. and other aid workers
trying to improve Somalia often lived in the comfortable, modern
and largely safe capital of Kenya.
As security improved in Mogadishu over the last two years and
the lives of Somalis returned to a semblance of normal, those jobs
began shifting from Nairobi back to Mogadishu.
On Wednesday, a truck bomb and gunfire attack by al-Shabab
militants on the main U.N. compound in Mogadishu killed eight
U.N. employees and five Somali civilians, showing just how dan-
gerous that shift has been.
Germany blocks Turkey’s EU accession talks
LUXEMBOURG (AP) — Germany has blocked the next step in
the European Union’s membership talks with Turkey over Ankara’s
crackdown on anti-government protests.
Berlin blocked the decision to open a new chapter in the long-
running accession talks because “there are still open questions,”
said the diplomat.
The decision comes as a blow to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip
Erdogan’s Turkish government, which faces increasing interna-
tional scrutiny over its crackdown on several weeks of protests in
Istanbul and other cities.
Saudi to expel Hezbollah backers of Syria
BEIRUT (AP) — In the latest sign of the fissures growing in the
Arab world over the Syrian civil war, Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to
Beirut has announced that the kingdom plans to deport Lebanese
who supported Hezbollah, one of Damascus’ key allies.
The warning comes as the Lebanese Shiite militant group takes
an increasingly prominent role in the Syrian war, fighting along-
side President Bashar Assad’s troops in a key battle earlier this
month. Saudi Arabia is a strong backer of the mostly-Sunni Syrian
opposition trying to remove Assad from power. Assad belongs to
the minority Alawite sect, an offshoot of Shiite Islam.
Israel urges EU to punish Hezbollah
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s prime minister is calling on the
European Union to label the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah a
“terrorist organization.”
Benjamin Netanyahu issued his appeal on Thursday during a
meeting with the visiting EU foreign policy chief, Catherine Ash-
ton. EU members Britain, Germany and France have all joined a
push in the group to list Hezbollah as terrorist, though a consen-
sus has not been reached.
Netanyahu says “if Hezbollah isn’t a terrorist organization, I
don’t know what a terrorist organization is.” He accused the group
of “butchering people left and right across the world.”
Palestinian PM resigns after 2 weeks
RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) — The new Palestinian prime
minister submitted his resignation to Palestinian President Mah-
moud Abbas on Thursday, after two weeks on the job, because of
a conflict over authority.
It was unclear if Rami Hamdallah, a former university dean,
would step down or was using the threat of resignation to obtain
more powers from Abbas.
Hamdallah’s move signaled disarray in the Palestinian Author-
ity, the self-rule government in parts of the West Bank, and is
potentially embarrassing for Abbas.
Singapore pollution at worst yet
SINGAPORE (AP) — Singapore urged people to remain indoors
because of record air pollution Thursday as a smoky haze wrought
by forest fires in neighboring Indonesia worsened dramatically.
Nearby Malaysia closed 200 schools and banned open burning in
some areas.
The Pollutant Standards Index, Singapore’s main measure of air
pollution, surged to a record 371, breaching the “hazardous” clas-
sification that can aggravate respiratory ailments. The previous
high before this week was in 1997, when the index reached 226.
India floods strand thousands
LUCKNOW, India (AP) — Days after floods killed more than
100 people — possibly many more — rescuers used helicopters
and climbed through mountain paths to reach about 4,000 people
trapped by landslides in a narrow valley near a Hindu shrine in the
northern Himalayas, officials said Thursday.
The helicopters ferried rescue workers and doctors along with
equipment, food and medicine to Kedarnath in the state of Uttra-
khand, the nearest town to those trapped in the valley, said Air
Commodore Rajesh Prasad, who is overseeing the operations.
Bomber targets election center after Iraqis vote
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AP) — A suicide bomber blew himself up
inside a ballot-counting center in western Iraq late Thursday,
officials said, killing at least four people after the polls closed in
elections in two of the country’s most volatile provinces that had
already been delayed once over security fears.
The attacker struck at the end of what had been a relatively
calm election day in Sunni-majority Anbar and Ninevah prov-
inces, both hotbeds of anti-government unrest.
France threatens Google with privacy fines
PARIS (AP) — France is giving Google three months to be more
upfront about the data it collects from users — or be fined. Other
European countries aren’t far behind.
Now it’s up to Google to decide whether the relatively small
fines are enough of an incentive to rethink its privacy rules — the
Internet giant risks a $402,180 penalty in France.
QUICKWORLD Taliban offer to free US soldier
AP
A 2010 IntelCenter video frame grab shows footage of a man
believed to be Bowe Bergdahl, left.
US welcomes
Qatar decision
on Taliban
name change
UNITED NATIONS (AP) —
The United States on Thursday
welcomed Qatar’s decision to
take down a sign that cast the
Taliban’s new office in Doha as
a rival Afghan embassy saying
the militant group can’t repre-
sent itself “as an emirate, gov-
ernment or sovereign.”
The Taliban held a ribbon-
cutting ceremony Tuesday in
which they hoisted their flag
and a banner with the name
they used while in power more
than a decade ago: “Political
Office of the Islamic Emirate of
Afghanistan.”
U.S. deputy ambassador
Rosemary DiCarlo told the U.N.
Security Council Thursday the
United States does not recog-
nize that name and is “pleased
that Qatar has clarified that the
name of the office is the Politi-
cal Office of the Afghan Taliban,
and has had the sign with the
incorrect name in front of the
door taken down.”
The Taliban move angered
Afghan President Hamid Kar-
zai who suspended security
negotiations with the U.S. and
scuttled a peace delegation to
the Taliban on Wednesday. An
Afghan government spokes-
man said Thursday that Karzai
is now willing to join planned
peace talks with the Taliban —
provided that the Taliban flag
and nameplate are removed.
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State park officials close
swimming beaches
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — Five swim-
ming beaches at Missouri parks have
been closed after tests this week showed
high levels of bacteria.
A sixth beach — at Mark Twain State
Park — remains closed because of flood-
ing.
The Department of Natural Resources
says those placed off-limits for swim-
ming because of bacteria are at Harry S.
Truman State Park; Grand Glaize beach
at the Lake of the Ozarks; the Pittsburg
beach at Pomme de Terre; St. Joe’s State
Park in Park Hills; and Wakonda in north-
eastern Missouri.
Kitten adoption day set
for Saturday
The Callaway County Humane Soci-
ety is holding a kitten adoption day from
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at PetCo on Mis-
souri Boulevard.
There is a $25 adoption fee, which
includes first shots and a deworming.
Volunteer opportunities
Senior Nutrition Council seeks vol-
unteers to deliver meals to homebound
seniors. Hours are flexible around the
individual’s schedule. Interested volun-
teers can contact the council’s executive
director Brenda Doyle, 634-8020.
SSM Hospice seeks volunteers to pro-
vide caregiver relief, companionship and
emotional support to families. There are
also volunteer opportunities for clerical
help. If interested call Jony Lootens at
761-7046
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TODAY
• Cole County Farmers Market, 4-6 p.m., Kmart park-
ing lot.
• “Pollyanna,” 2 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 830 E. High
St., 634-5313.
• “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,”
6:30 p.m., Capital City Players at Shikles Auditorium,
681-9012.
• “Egad, The Woman in White,” 7 p.m., Finke Theatre,
300 North High, California, 573-796-2895 or 690-9363.
• Family Movie Night, 6 p.m., Missouri River Regional
Library, in the Art Gallery, free admission, 634-6064, ext.
23.9.
SATURDAY
• Cole County Farmers Market, 2-4 p.m., Kmart park-
ing lot.
• Livin’ On the Edge 5K, 8 a.m. registration; 9 a.m., race,
Jefferson City Memorial Airport. 619-8067, proceeds to
Special Olympics.
• Lincoln University Farmers Market, 9 a.m.-noon, 1219
Chestnut St.
• Calvary Lutheran Home Run Derby, starts at 9 a.m.
and runs till 4:30 p.m., at 2525 Route B, concessions avail-
able, open to ages five and up.
• “Pollyanna,” 2 p.m., Stained Glass Theatre, 830 E. High
St., 634-5313.
• “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,”
6:30 p.m., Capital City Players at Shikles Auditorium,
681-9012.
• “Egad, The Woman in White,” 7 p.m., Finke Theatre,
300 North High, California, 573-796-2895 or 690-9363.
• Teen After-hours Lock-in-Edition, 6 p.m., Missouri
River Regional Library, second floor, free admission, 634-
6064, ext. 248.
• Jefferson City Multicultural Forum Jamaican Jerk
fundraiser, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Schulte’s parking lot. Proceeds
to help fund fall festival.
• Mid-MO Amateur Radio Club, annual 2013 American
Radio League Field Day, 1 p.m. today through 1 p.m. Sun-
Ham radio enthusiasts
hit the airwaves
for public
By Dani Kinnison
NT@newstribune.com
When the flood of 1993 hit Jef-
ferson City, ham radios helped to
provide reliable communication
networks in a severe situation that
left many people without power,
and before cell phones were a com-
mon commodity.
That’s why the Mid-Missouri
Amateur Radio Club wants to show
the public how they can keep means
of communication open even when
the power is out. From 1 p.m. Sat-
urday to 1 p.m. Sunday, ham opera-
tors will be camped out and dem-
onstrating their emergency com-
munications capabilities as part of
the American Radio Relay League’s
annual Field Day event.
The free event is open to the
public.
Chapter Vice President Mike Dol-
son said it’s a good opportunity for
club members and ham radio oper-
ators to practice how they would
operate their radios in an emergency
and for the public to check out the
usefulness of ham radios.
“The intent is to set up in a loca-
tion and use emergency power,”
Dolson said. “Most of us have radio
stations in our homes and we’re
plugged into a wall, but sometimes
electricity goes out, and this gives
us the opportunity to practice what
it would be like having to use a
generator and operate our stations
from an area we’re not really famil-
iar with and without traditional
power.”
During the demonstration, the
public can watch ongoing opera-
tions and learn about the process.
Having a Field Day
Volume not yet enough
for staffing increase
By Katherine Cummins
For the News Tribune
The Callaway County Ambulance
District is on track to have another
record year for call volume.
For 2013, district crews have
responded to 1,884 calls through the
end of May — 254 more than the same
period in 2012.
“At this pace, we’ll do almost 4,500
calls (for 2013), which would be our
busiest year ever, and I don’t see any
signs it’s slowing down,” CCAD Direc-
tor Charles Anderson told the board
of directors during its regular meeting
Tuesday night. “We’re averaging 12
1
⁄2
calls per 24-hour shift, with calls tak-
ing an average of 90 to 120 minutes to
complete, and that doesn’t necessarily
include time on writing reports.”
Medical Director James Stevermer
asked during Tuesday night’s meeting
whether that increase is becoming a
Ambulance calls rising
in Callaway County
Man sought
in Break Time
robbery
By the News Tribune
The search is on for a sus-
pect in the robbery of a con-
venience store early Thursday
morning.
Just after midnight, Jeffer-
son City police responded to a
strong-armed robbery at Break
Time, 1940 W. Main St.
According to the caller, the
suspect forced open the draw-
er of the cash register when it
was opened for a transaction
and grabbed cash, then fled
the area on foot. The caller, a
clerk at Break Time, pursued
the suspect, who ran east-
bound on West Main Street
near Jordan Street, where the
clerk discontinued the chase.
The suspect is described
as a black male in his early
to middle 20s, about 5-feet-
9-inches tall and weighing
approximately 160 pounds. He
was wearing a silver chain, yel-
low shirt and gray pants.
The suspect did not display
a weapon, and no one was
hurt during the robbery.
Anyone with information
about the suspect should con-
tact Jefferson City police detec-
tives at 634-6400, or contact
CrimeStoppers at 659-TIPS.
Courtesy photo
This image, taken from
survellance video, shows
the suspect from Thursday
morning’s Break Time rob-
bery. Police are asking
for help in identifying the
subject.
Julie Smith/News Tribune
Top of the morning to you
Matt Wilson of MTS Contracting is high atop a lift Thursday morning to
perform his duties as he and a fellow crew member work to repair mortar
joints, caulk and waterproof the Cole County Courthouse clock tower. They
have already tuckpointed the courthouse annex and will be here through
mid-October performing these services on the courthouse.
Pioneer Trails sidewalks
on open house agenda
By the News Tribune
An open house public meeting will
be held Tuesday for residents to discuss
a project to put in sidewalks near Pio-
neer Trail Elementary in Apache Flats.
The meeting will be held at the
school from 4-6 p.m. and citizens can
come and go as they please.
Representatives from the county
and their engineering consultant will
be there to talk about the project.
In April, commissioners approved
an engineering contract with Bartlett
& West for putting in sidewalks along
Rainbow Drive and Pioneer Trail Road
near Pioneer Trails Elementary School.
The contract is worth $115,000.
The county was awarded a grant
from MoDOT through the Safe Routes
to School Program for the maximum
amount of $250,000.
The county will not need to put up
matching funds or pay back the money.
Hay fire destroys shed off
S. Country Club Drive
By the News Tribune
The cause for a fire that destroyed a
shed full of hay near the western Jeffer-
son City limits early Thursday morning
is under investigation.
According to Jefferson City Fire
Department reports, the fire was
reported at 1048 S. Country Club Drive
shortly after midnight.
Callers to 911 had said it looked like
a house was on fire, but when crews
arrived they found it was a 24x40 foot
shed, sitting off the road about 100
yards and it was fully engulfed.
Firefighters said hay fires are among
the most difficult to put out.
They were on the scene to about 3
a.m. and an hour later were called back
when the fire rekindled.
The last crews cleared the scene
after their second run around 6 a.m.
Ameren Missouri crews were called
to deal with arching power lines near
the scene.
No injuries were reported.
Please see Ambulance, p. 2
Please see Pioneer, p. 2
Please see Field Day, p. 2
Please see Events, p. 2
By Dean Asher
For the News Tribune
Some New Bloomfield edu-
cators and staff have good
news to look forward to on
their paychecks in the coming
school year.
The New Bloomfield Board
of Education voted to adjust
the non-certified staff salary
schedule after staff noted an
illogical discrepancy. Under
the previous schedule, the
annual raise staff could receive
decreased significantly after 12
years.
For the first 11 years of
their time with the district,
non-certified staff pay would
increase 26 cents per hour.
At their 12th year, however,
that raise decreased to just 12
cents, where it remained with
New Bloomfield
school board adjust
pay schedule
Please see School, p. 3
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POLICE
REPORTS
SHERIFF
REPORTS
Wednesday
calls for service
Thefts were reported in
the 2100 block of Red Oak
Drive, 900 block of Coun-
try Ridge Drive and 800
block of Lafayette Street.
Domestic violence was
reported in the 1000 block
of Buena Vista Street and
1300 block of Grandview
Drive.
A burglary was reported
in the 900 block of Mis-
souri Boulevard.
Fraud was reported in
the 400 block of Monroe
Street.
An accident with inju-
ries was reported at Mis-
souri Boulevard and Dix
Road.
Wednesday
calls for service
A theft was reported in
the 2300 block of Schott
Road.
A burglary was reported
in the 200 block of Church-
view Drive in St. Martins.
Domestic violence was
reported in the 4000 block
of Route CC.
Fraud was reported in
the 6800 block of Frasher
Drive and 8200 block of
Sebo Lane.
Accidents with property
damage were reported in
the 13600 block of Route C
in Russellville and at Route
C and South Country Club
Drive.
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day, Porite Field, 1535 Farigrounds Road,
featuring amateur radio operatior, off gen-
erators, batteries and solar power contacting
ham radio stations in the United States and
Canda.
SUNDAY
• Tour de Jeff City, 2 a.m., begins and
ends at Hy-Vee parking lot, 15-mile bike ride
around the city. Free and open to public.
• “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat,” 12:30 p.m., Capital City Players
at Shikles Auditorium, 681-9012.
• Project Emily, noon-3 p.m., Wardsville
Lions Club, to benefit Emily Beul, tickets
available at Schnuck’s customer service desk
or on the day of the event. Pulled pork din-
ner, raffle/silent auction, quilts, Cardinal gift
basket, and more.
• “Egad, The Woman in White,” 2 p.m.,
Finke Theatre, 300 North High, California,
573-796-2895 or 690-9363.
• Purple Martin Project, 1-3 p.m., Birds-I-
View. Purple martin nestlings receive special
leg bands and become part of a state-wide
project administered by The Missouri River
Bird Observatory.
MONDAY
• Russellville City Council, 7 p.m.
• Family Program: Underground, 7 p.m.,
Missouri River Regional Library in the Art
Gallery, 634-6064, ext 229.
TUESDAY
• Free Community Meal, 5-6 p.m., Holts
Summit Civic Building.
• Cole County Farmers Market, 4-6 p.m.,
Kmart parking lot.
• Memorial celebration for Sabra Eagan,
4-6 p.m., Cole County Historical Society.
• Art of Martial Arts Karate Workshop,
10:30 a.m., Missouri River Regional Library
in the Art Gallery, 634-6064, ext 229.
WEDNESDAY
• Family Program: Underground, 10:30
a.m., Missouri River Regional Library in the
Art Gallery, 634-6064, ext 229.
THURSDAY
• Free Community Meal, 5-6 p.m., Holts
Summit Civic Building.
• Thursday Night Live, 6-9 p.m., down-
town Jefferson City, beach party and wing
fest with Bobby Showers Band, Soca Juke-
box and Island Party.
• Lincoln University Farmers Market,
5-6:30 p.m., 1219 Chestnut St.
• Developing Your Novel Idea with Caro-
lyn Mulford, 7 p.m., Missouri River Regional
Library in the Art Gallery, 634-6064, ext 250.
• MidMo Waggers Dog Show, 1 p.m.,
Missouri River Regional Library in the Art
Gallery, 634-6064, ext. 229.
• Yoga Class, 9 a.m., Missouri River
Regional Library in the Art Gallery, 634-
6064, ext. 238.
JUNE 28
• Cole County Farmers Market, 4-6 p.m.,
Kmart parking lot.
• Showdown Theatre, 7 p.m., Transylvania
High and Quixote, by Showdown Theatre
Camp, Washington Park Ice Arena.
JUNE 29
• Lincoln University Composting Work-
shop, 9 a.m.-noon, LU Busby Farm, 681-
5543.
• Lincoln University Farmers Market, 9
a.m.-noon, 1219 Chestnut St.
• Cole County Farmers Market, 2-4 p.m.,
Kmart parking lot.
• Charity Float Fly, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Binder
Lake, sponsored by Jefferson City Radio
Control Club, half of proceeds to benefit
Disabled American Veterans, 291-1460 or
www.jcrc.com.
JUNE 30
• Lohman Festival, 11 a.m. barbecue,
patriotic service at 9 a.m., fireworks at 9
p.m.
• Roast beef dinner, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Cali-
fornia Nutrition Center, 107 W. Versailles.
JULY 1
• Jefferson City Council, 6 p.m., City
Hall.
• City of Taos, 7 p.m.
However, the county will
have to find additional fund-
ing sources to do engineering
work before it knows the final
construction cost estimate.
While the primary focus of
work will be sidewalks, some
minor street improvements
will also be made.
The work will begin on
Business 50 West at Pioneer
Trail Drive and end on Rain-
bow Drive at Hunters Run.
The project has to be bid by
next year.
Pioneer:
Continued from p. 1
strain on district resources.
“We are seeing more fre-
quently situations where we’re
having to do all-call or send
myself or Linda (Ellis, assistant
director) or the on-duty super-
visor having to go out because
we’re at status zero,” Anderson
responded, noting evenings
often seem to be especially
busy. “We’re seeing that hap-
pen several times a week now.
We’re also seeing where crews
are up a lot more for the entire
24-hour shift.”
Despite that, Anderson said
Wednesday afternoon that the
district is not yet at a point
where it needs to seriously
consider adding personnel or
another crew to shifts.
“While call volume contin-
ues to be higher, I don’t think
we have enough of a histo-
ry with that,” he said. “It’s so
expensive to add another crew,
and budget-wise we’re spend-
ing about what we bring in
right now, so I’m hesitant to
add that much of an expense
at this time.”
Asked how extended a peri-
od of call increases he would
consider to be enough of a
history to justify that kind of
move, Anderson said “I don’t
know that there’s a magic point
that we say it’s too much.”
“Certainly in 2014 if we’re
continuing to see a rise in calls
we would be more inclined to
look at it,” Anderson said. “If
it stabilizes and stays steady,
probably not.”
He pointed out that
although the 4,131 runs made
in 2012 — which averages out
to approximately 11.3 calls per
day — were a record at the
time, the 3,774 runs made in
2011 were actually 107 fewer
than made in 2010.
“So these things tend to run
in cycles where you’ll get bus-
ier, and then all of a sudden it
will drop off,” Anderson said.
“We’ll just kind of keep an eye
on it to see where we’re at.”
Ambulance:
Continued from p. 1
The Jefferson City Fire Depart-
ment will have a commu-
nications trailer set up, and
the Missouri Department of
Transportation will also have a
trailer with a communications
section at the demonstration,
which operators will use.
People can also learn how
to become licensed opera-
tors and get on the air with
their own stations. The Mid-
Missouri Amateur Radio Club
hosts free licensing classes to
help interested people prepare
for the licensing exam.
The Field Day demonstra-
tion is part of a bigger event
happening throughout the
United States and Canada.
“The fun part of it is, is we
try to contact as many other
stations in the U.S. and Cana-
da doing the same thing that
we are,” Dolson said. “But it
also gives us practice in opera-
tion stations from emergency
power.”
The demonstration will be
in the field next to the Porite
Plant at 1535 Fairgrounds Road
in Jefferson City.
Field Day:
Continued from p. 1
Local
man
indicted
after
heroin
overdose
By the News Tribune
Among those indict-
ed this week by the Cole
County Grand Jury was a
Jefferson City man who
overdosed on heroin in
January 2012.
Dennis Bussell, 50,
of 411 Hickory St., was
charged with possession
of a controlled substance
along with unlawful use of
drug paraphernalia.
A Jefferson City Police
Department probable
cause statement shows
officers obtained a search
warrant and seized three
tablets from Bussell’s bed-
room, hidden inside an
over-the-counter allergy
medicine bottle contain-
ing other non-controlled
prescription drugs.
Other items seized
from the bedroom includ-
ed a glass pipe containing
suspected methamphet-
amine residue, two pipes
containing suspected
crack cocaine, a reusable
plastic bag containing
suspected methamphet-
amine residue, baggies
containing suspected
heroin residue and a box
of razor blades.
Also indicted was a St.
Louis man who was taken
into custody this spring as
part of an ongoing hero-
in-distribution investiga-
tion in the Jefferson City
area.
Lamar Johnson, 31, was
described as a relatively
high level heroin dealer
and was charged with two
counts of distribution of
controlled heroin in Feb-
ruary.
Events:
Continued from p. 1
Mo. education officials
recommend preschool tests
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — Missouri edu-
cation officials are recommending that early
childhood programs use a system developed in
California to assess whether children are ready
to enter school.
The state Board of Education has no manda-
tory assessment tool for early childhood edu-
cation. Instead, the Missouri board is recom-
mending that preschools voluntarily use an
assessment program called the Desired Results
Developmental Profile. The program was creat-
ed by the California Department of Education.
The program’s website lists several areas in
which preschool children are assessed, includ-
ing language and mathematical development,
physical skills and social interaction.
Missouri education officials said they hope
the assessment will provide a common bench-
mark that preschool programs can use to deter-
mine if they’re helping prepare children for
school.
Weblinks:
Desired Results at www.desiredresults.us/
index.htm
Missouri department at www.dese.mo.gov/
Local food
festival
heads to
Moniteau
County
CALIFORNIA (AP) — A
group that promotes locally-
grown agriculture comes to
Moniteau County this week-
end for a Taste of Local Mis-
souri Food Festival.
The free event is scheduled
for 3-7 p.m. Saturday on High
Street in downtown California.
Future events are planned over
the next few months in Linn,
Jefferson City, Boonville and
Columbia.
Organizers expect local food
producers, farmer’s market
vendors and area restaurants
to participate. The festivals
also feature live music, chil-
dren’s activities and cooking
demonstrations.
The nonprofit Missouri
River Bluffs Association is the
sponsor, with support from
the state agriculture depart-
ment.
Julie Smith/News Tribune
Redeem Project hosts
second annual open house
Jeremy Dixon, right, a Probation and Parole officer, visits Thursday with Debra Cooper
and her daughter, Maelynn Cooper, at the second annual Redeem Project open house.
Debra is a children’s services worker with the Cole County Children’s Division and was
networking with Dixon because sometimes their clients’ paths cross and it’s nice to
know to whom you are referring someone for help. In the background is Ryan Jimeniz,
an employment consultant with Job Point. These were just a few of the agencies rep-
resented at the open house where numerous local service agencies provided repre-
sentatives to visit with the public. In addition to those needing services, the event was
a networking opportunity for a number of the participants. The event was held in the
basement of Calvary Baptist Church, home base for the Redeem Project.
HOLLAND
Michael Loyd Holland, 61, of New Bloomfield, passed away
Wednesday, June 19, 2013, at his home.
He was born February 16, 1952, in Jefferson City, the son of
Harold Loyd and Pauline (Bratton) Holland.
Michael was a Security Systems Technician in
the banking industry, working for Mosler, Rob-
Co and most recently Oppliger Banking
Systems. He was a member of New Bloomfield
Christian Church and an alumni of New
Bloomfield High School. In his spare time,
Michael enjoyed hunting and fishing, but the
times he enjoyed most were those spent with
his grandchildren.
Those left to cherish Michael’s memory are his
mother, Pauline Holland of Holts Summit;
daughters, Angela D. Archer and her husband Troy of Holts
Summit, and Alicia Holland of New Bloomfield; sister-in-law,
Linda Sue Holland; grandchildren, Sarah E. Sears, Hannah M.
Sears, and Kyle L. Sears, all of Holts Summit, and Andrew T. Dyson
and Ashley Paige Thomas, both of New Bloomfield; and nephews,
Matt Holland and Nathan Holland.
Michael was preceded in death by his father and brother,
Gary Holland.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 22,
2013, at Debo Funeral Home in Holts Summit with Reverend
Rick Hopkins officiating. Interment will follow at Hopewell
Cemetery.
The family will receive friends from 9 a.m. until the time of
service.
In lieu of customary memorials, the family suggests dona-
tions be made in Michael’s name to the Samaritan Center of
Jefferson City or Soup Kitchen of Holts Summit, c/o Debo
Funeral Home, 833 Court Street, Fulton, MO 65251.
Condolences can be sent by visiting www.de-
bofuneralhome.com.
SMITH
Viola Catherine Smith, 99, of Jefferson City, died Tuesday,
June 18, 2013, at Golden Living Center.
She was born on November 21, 1913, in Tipton, Kansas, the
daughter of the late John M. and Barbara (Pau-
ly) Smith.
She was a 1937 graduate of Cawker City High
School in Cawker City, Kansas.
Viola worked for Cawker City Telephone
Company for 24 years and later for a retirement
home for five years. She was employed for
Charles Still Hospital as a Nurses Aid and
Licensed Practical Nurse for fifteen years until
retiring in 1970.
She was the primary care giver for her parents
for many years.
Viola was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic
Church; Daughters of Isabella; St. Ann's Sodality; Immaculata
Club; Legion of Mary; and Council of Clubs. She also
volunteered for St. Mary's Health Center Auxiliary.
Survivors include 10 nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by four sisters, Esther Jarnagin,
Dorothy Summers, Veronica Goetz, and Isabel Jacobson; and
three brothers, Edward Smith, John Smith, and Nicholas Smith.
Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 a.m., Monday, June 24,
2013, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church with the Rev.
Msgr. David D. Cox officiating.
Burial will be 2 p.m., Tuesday, June 25, at St. Peter and Paul
Cemetery in Cawker City, Kansas.
Visitation will be 3-4 p.m., Sunday, June 23, at Dulle-Trimble
Funeral Home with a prayer service at 2:45 p.m.
Memorials are suggested to the Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church Endowment Fund, 1206 East McCarty Street,
Jefferson City, Mo 65101.
Those wishing to email tributes or condolences to the family
may do so at the www.dulletrimble.com website.
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It’s officially ‘Pollinator Week’
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — There’s an extra
buzz in the air this week.
Missouri is officially in the midst of Pollinator
Week, which recognizes the bees, birds, butterflies,
bats and beetles that help flowers and food crops
flourish.
The Missouri Department of Agriculture says
there are more than 400 species of bees in Mis-
souri. That’s about one-tenth of the different
types of bees found in North America.
The department says about three-quarters
of all flowering plants rely on bees or other pol-
linators to reproduce.
Gov. Jay Nixon proclaimed June 17-23 as
Pollinator Week in Missouri to coincide with a
similar national effort.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — A former
southern Missouri sheriff who
resigned two years ago amid
allegations of wrongdoing that
included distributing metham-
phetamine has been sentenced
to 12 years in prison.
Ex-Carter County Sheriff
Tommy Adams pleaded guilty
to drug possession and distri-
bution charges on Monday in
a plea deal with the Missouri
Attorney General’s office. He
received a 12-year sentence for
the distribution charge, and
seven years for possession.
The sentences will run concur-
rently.
The sentences are also
concurrent to a 10-year fed-
eral sentence Adams is already
serving after pleading guilty
last year to possession of a sto-
len firearm, sale of a stolen
firearm and being a drug user
in possession of firearms.
Adams’ attorney, David
C. Mann, declined comment
Thursday. Nanci Gonder, a
spokeswoman for the attorney
general’s office, declined com-
ment.
The state case was moved
to Jefferson County, near St.
Louis, on a change of venue.
Missouri has a notorious
meth problem, leading the
nation in meth lab seizures and
arrests over the past decade.
Carter County, in a sparsely
populated area of the Ozark
Mountain foothills, had been
oddly immune, with just five
meth lab busts in the two years
Adams served as sheriff.
Adams, 33, was arrested on
April 2, 2011, and charged with
distributing meth and cocaine.
The Missouri State Highway
Patrol said Adams snorted
meth in front of a confidential
informant. His chief deputy,
Steffanie Kearbey, was arrested
that same day. Both resigned
soon afterward.
Kearbey, 25, is also in pris-
on. She was sentenced in fed-
eral court last year to five years
on one count of possession of
a stolen firearm and one count
of sale of a stolen firearm. She
was accused of selling a gun
taken from her department’s
evidence room.
Kearbey is expected to stand
trial in August on state charges
alleging that she burglarized
two homes, stole a duffel bag
full of coins and possessed sto-
len firearms. Her attorney has
said Adams was behind those
crimes.
Ex-sheriff gets 12 years
on drug charges
Man charged with setting
his wife on fire
HIGBEE (AP) — A Missouri man is jailed on
several charges after he allegedly set his wife on
fire during a domestic dispute.
Randolph County officials say 45-year-old
Willard Hunt of Higbee is charged with first-
degree arson, first-degree assault and armed
criminal action after he was arrested Monday.
His wife, Connie Hunt, is hospitalized in
Columbia with severe burns to her face and
upper torso and arms.
Connie Hunt told police her husband was
drunk and threw gasoline on her face before
lighting a cigarette or cigarette lighter. She put
out the fire and left the house, which also
caught fire.
Hunt is in the Randolph County Jail on
$200,000 cash-only bond.
Online court records do not indicate if Hunt
has an attorney.
Christians, atheists to square off
for KC charity
LEE’S SUMMIT (AP) — Members of a Lee’s
Summit church will be squaring off against
nonbelievers to raise money for a Kansas City-
based foster care and adoptive resource center.
Saturday’s Christians-versus-atheists volley-
ball tournament will pit teams from Abundant
Life Baptist Church against teams from the
Kansas City Atheist Coalition. Proceeds from
the six-team tournament will go to the Drumm
Farm Center for Children.
KCAC president Sarah Hargreaves says the
idea for the tournament initially was presented
as a joke. But it gained traction because of
relationships created earlier this year when the
church hosted the coalition for a question-and-
answer session.
The games will be played at the church.
Admission for spectators is $5, with proceeds
also going to Drumm Farm.
2 arrested in theft
of 6-foot Independence statue
INDEPENDENCE (AP) — Police in Indepen-
dence have arrested two people in connection
with last weekend’s theft of a 6-foot bronze
statue from outside the National Frontier Trails
Museum.
Police announced the arrests Wednesday but
gave no further details.
The statue, called “Pioneer Woman,” weighed
more than 1,000 pounds and cost about $35,000
when it was dedicated in March 1990.
But the manager of a Kansas City recycling
business who alerted police to the suspects told
The Examiner that the metal would only have
been worth about $578.
Heather Hobbs said two men came to the
business on Saturday with some scrap bronze
that had been beaten into pieces and was
unrecognizable as a statue. Hobbs said the pair
left without a sale after employees questioned
them about the metal.
Board approves settlement
with ousted president
JOPLIN (AP) — Missouri Southern State Uni-
versity has reached a settlement agreement
with ousted president Bruce Speck.
The university in Joplin announced Wednes-
day that Speck will receive $185,400 — the
equivalent of a year’s salary — along with hous-
ing and health insurance through the end of
the year.
Speck’s contract with the university was ter-
minated last week. Missouri Southern officials
have not said why Speck was fired and he has
been unavailable for comment.
The agreement requires Speck to return uni-
versity property and prohibits him from suing
the university. Speck had two years left on his
contract when he was fired.
The university’s president’s council is over-
seeing daily operation of the school.
Science Center to deflate
Exploradome
ST. LOUIS (AP) — After 16 years, the Explo-
radome at the St. Louis Science Center is about
to come down.
The Science Center plans to deflate the bub-
ble-like structure Monday to make way for
expansion of exhibit space. The air-supported
Exploradome opened in 1997 as a temporary
facility for special events and exhibitions.
The Science Center opened Boeing Hall in
2011 to replace the Exploradome.
Financial concerns raised
after shooting
CAPE GIRARDEAU (AP) — Authorities in
Cape Girardeau are advising anyone who had
financial dealings with George Joseph to con-
tact a lawyer.
Joseph is charged with two counts of first-degree
murder in the deaths of his wife and 18-year-old
son on May 30 at their Cape Girardeau home.
Joseph allegedly told police he killed his fam-
ily after becoming despondent over financial
issues.
The scope of those financial issues isn’t clear,
but Cape Girardeau police spokesman Darin
Hickey says business associates of Joseph have
expressed concerns. Detectives are looking into
Joseph’s financial background, although Hickey
says the focus of the investigation remains on
the killings.
Window washer platform fails;
workers OK
RICHMOND HEIGHTS (AP) — Four window
washers are OK thanks to their harnesses after
their platform collapsed while they were work-
ing in St. Louis County.
The accident happened Thursday morning
at a medical building in Richmond Heights.
Three of the workers were unhurt. One man had
minor hand injuries and was taken to a hospital
for treatment.
The workers were standing on the platform,
about four stories off the ground, when the
platform collapsed. Authorities believe rooftop
rigging came loose, but the men were attached
to harnesses.
Three of the men were pulled safely through
a window. The fourth dangled close enough to
the ground to reach a ladder someone leaned
against the building.
2 firefighters suffer
minor injuries
BONNE TERRE (AP) — Two firefighters are
recovering from injuries suffered while battling a
blaze in the eastern Missouri town of Bonne Terre.
The fire broke out just after midnight Thurs-
day at a home. One firefighter hurt his ankle after
falling through the floor. Another had cuts and
bruises. Both are expected to make full recovery.
The homeowner was the only person in the
house at the time of the fire, and got out safely.
Authorities believe the fire began in the
basement. The home, more than 100 years old,
had moderate damage.
Pirates exhibit opens
at KC’s Union Station
KANSAS CITY (AP) — A soon-to-open exhib-
it at Kansas City’s Union Station will tell the
story of a group of pirates who lived nearly 300
years ago.
The exhibit, called Real Pirates, is a National
Geographic exhibit that focuses on the pirates
who lived aboard a ship called the Whydah.
It sank off the coast of Cape Cod in 1717 and
was discovered in 1984 by underwater explorer
Barry Clifford.
When the exhibit opens to the public Satur-
day, visitors will be able to view more than 200
artifacts from the ship, including coins, can-
nons, weapons and jewelry.
QUICKMISSOURI
Joplin school music
programs continue to rebuild
JOPLIN (AP) — Music pro-
grams that suffered severe loss-
es when a tornado hit Joplin
in 2011 are slowly rebounding
from losing most of their sheet
music, instruments, costumes
and uniforms although some
financial strains remain, music
officials said.
Kylee VanHorn, orches-
tra director for Joplin High
School, East Middle School
and South Middle School, said
the rebuilding has been a chal-
lenge.
“Every time I get on the
Internet and look at the music
sites, there are so many pieces
I want to purchase, and I just
don’t have the money,” Van-
Horn said.
New sheet music costs
an average of $40 to $70 per
piece, and the orchestra typ-
ically performs eight to 10
different pieces per concert,
VanHorn said. The program
is expected to enroll 60 to 80
students next year at the high
school level, The Joplin Globe
reported.
The high school’s string
program last week received
a $1,000 donation from Ata-
lie Lebedeff and her daughter,
Carla Boyer, both graduates of
Joplin schools. VanHorn said
the donation will be used to
buy new music for the orches-
tra.
The high school band,
which suffered an estimated
$3.7 million loss, is “in really
good shape,” director Rick Cas-
tor said. The band had the larg-
est high school music library
in the state before the tornado,
and the lost sheet music was
valued between $600,000 and
$1 million.
Instruments were donat-
ed by many individuals and
groups, including singer
Barry Manilow. The marching
band’s uniforms were quickly
replaced and the band also
received “a nice amount” of
donated music, Castor said. An
insurance company recently
released some of the sheet
music damaged in the storms,
and Castor said it would be
a long process to determine
what is salvageable.
The high school choir pro-
gram, which lost most of its
sheet music, costumes, props
and trophies, also bounced
back, said Breana Clark, one
of the choir teachers. The larg-
est loss was the show choir ris-
ers because they were need-
ed every day in practice, she
said.
Donations replaced most of
the music and costumes and a
$15,000 grant from a competi-
tion associated with the “Glee”
TV show went toward risers
— which are now installed at
both high schools — as well
as more show choir robes, she
said.
Clark said enrollment in
the choirs has grown since the
tornado and her “resilient”
students kept the program
strong.
“They didn’t want to be vic-
tims anymore,” she said. “They
have really fought over the past
two years to make a name for
themselves other than just the
tornado victims.”
the exception of a 15-cent raise
after 16 years.
Superintendent David Tra-
mel said he saw little logical
reason to give their more loyal,
longer-term employees small-
er raises, and thus less incen-
tive to remain with the district.
The board agreed to adjust the
scale to reflect a 26-cent raise
each year, regardless of how
long that employee has been
with the district.
“Someone who had been
here for 20 years had less of
an annual raise than someone
who’d been here for two,” Tra-
mel said. “Employees will see
an average raise of 8 percent
overall. Some will get a larger
amount than others, but I’d
argue all day that this is the
way it has to be.”
Additionally, the salary
schedule had been frozen
for the past three years. The
board unanimously agreed
to unfreeze the schedule and
allow raises to progress as nor-
mal.
The certified staff pay scale
and schedule remains the
same going into the 2013-14
school year.
In other business, the dis-
trict was also able to save
money with a renegotiation
of their contract with Durham
School Services, the transpor-
tation contractor New Bloom-
field schools utilizes.
When the district first signed
with Durham, they included a
clause to grandfather existing
district drivers into the sys-
tem at their original pay level.
As those employees left, they
were replaced by less-expen-
sive drivers. As a result, though
the per-mile and hour charge
on activity trips and minimum
activity trip charge per bus will
increase for the coming school
year, the rates on routes, spe-
cial education bus routes
and vocational tech-school
trips to Jefferson City have all
decreased.
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Water utility
chief responds
on ISRS
Frank Kartmann, president
Missouri American Water
Dear Editor:
There were so many inac-
curacies in Mr. Kettler’s June 9
letter about utilities, I felt com-
pelled to correct the record on
behalf of Missouri American
Water employees and custom-
ers.
Our great-grandparents
built the plants, pumps and
pipes that bring quality, reli-
able water to our communities
every day. We have a responsi-
bility to upgrade these aging
systems — so we, and future
generations, can rely on this
essential service.
Last week, the Environmen-
tal Protection Agency (EPA)
reported that water utilities
nationwide need to collective-
ly invest $384 billion in our
nation’s water systems in the
next 20 years to protect our
health, safety and economic
well-being. In Missouri, about
$8.5 billion is needed.
EPA’s assessment echoes
the recent report card from the
American Society of Civil Engi-
neers, which gave our nation’s
drinking water systems a D+
and our state’s systems a C-.
The biggest need is replac-
ing aging water pipelines. We
maintain and upgrade about
150 miles of pipe in Jeffer-
son City alone — some of it
installed 100 years ago. It’s just
smarter and more cost effi-
cient to replace pipes before
they break and disrupt traffic,
businesses and schools.
Ten years ago, the Missouri
Legislature recognized this
logic by passing Infrastructure
System Replacement Surcharge
(ISRS) legislation that has
since allowed Missouri Ameri-
can Water to replace more
than 200 miles of aging pipes
in St. Louis County. Recently,
we invested about $52 million
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minimal cost of about $1.11
per month for our average St.
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tomer.
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The Associated Press
“We’re on the verge of doing some-
thing dramatic on the border. What
we’re trying to do is put in place mea-
sures that to any reasonable person
would be an overwhelming effort to
secure our border. This is a key moment
in the effort to pass the bill.” — Sen.
Lindsay Graham, after key senators
expressed optimism were closing in
on a bipartisan agreement to toughen
the border security requirements in
the immigration legislation.
__________
“He was a genius. Anyone who saw
him even in the smallest of his per-
formances knows that. He is one of
the greatest actors of this or any time.
A great deal of that genius resided in
those sad eyes.” — “Sopranos” creator
David Chase, on the death of James
Gandolfini.
Capitol on
list of capital
improvements
The News Tribune
The state Capitol must remain an
integral part of any discussion of state-
wide capital improvements.
We commend Senate President Pro
Tem Tom Dempsey, R-St. Charles, for
creating an interim Senate committee
to explore capital improvements.
Some capital improvements are
contained in a budget bill awaiting
action by Gov. Jay Nixon; others died
when senators failed to act on a pro-
posed bond issue during the regular
session.
The Senate leader charged the inter-
im committee with finalizing a report
by December that will explore state
buildings, college campuses, mental
health facilities and state parks.
The budget measure awaiting
action by Nixon would tap into rev-
enues through April that exceeded last
year’s numbers. Capital improvements
to be financed include: $50 million
for structural, masonry and window
repairs at the Capitol; $13 million to
plan and design a replacement for
Fulton State Hospital; and $38 million
to renovate the Missouri Department
of Transportation building in the Capi-
tol complex and to build a new state
office building on the Missouri State
Penitentiary redevelopment site.
Not approved by lawmakers was
a $900 million-plus statewide bond
issue proposed by Nixon. The revenue
would have funded: elementary and
secondary education; higher educa-
tion; state parks; and a new Fulton
State Hospital.
Interim legislative committees per-
form a valuable service. They have
added time to tap needed resources to
explore complex issues. In the case of
capital improvements, an added task
will be establishing priorities.
The need for structural repairs at
the Capitol was in evidence last month,
when water leaks and moisture caused
interior damage.
Century-old buildings, including
the Capitol, require attention to avoid
deterioration. Procrastination no lon-
ger is an option.
We encourage the governor and
lawmakers to expedite necessary,
structural repairs to the Capitol.
In addition, we urge the interim
committee to provide a comprehen-
sive, prioritized assessment of neces-
sary capital improvements.
By Jim Kuhnhenn
Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Over the past two weeks, President
Barack Obama has argued with Chinese President Xi Jin-
ping over cybersecurity, consulted with world leaders over
Syria and trade, declared his desire to reduce U.S. and
Russian nuclear weapons, and embraced the uncertain
steps toward reconciliation in Afghanistan.
In each case, the president is aligning himself with a
process that has a distant goal and is fraught with possible
failure.
And as he prodded foreign allies and U.S. competitors,
he’s gotten a good dose of pushback for his troubles.
In Berlin on Wednesday, Obama warned that the Euro-
pean Union could “lose a generation” if it doesn’t adjust
its economic policies to tackle high youth unemployment.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has argued for
debt-ridden eurozone countries to first deal with their
fiscal problems, insisted her government was committed
to helping its European partners in the crisis-hit nations.
“If we were conducting policies that would harm other
countries,” she argued, “we would harm ourselves.”
She countered with her own words of caution over
the Obama administration’s secret collection of phone
records and surveillance of foreign Internet traffic. “Peo-
ple have concerns, precisely concerns that there may
be some kind of blanket, across-the-board gathering of
information,” she said. “There needs to be proportional-
ity” between security and freedom, she added, and made
clear that her private talks about it with Obama were not
the end of the subject.
It was a polite punch-counterpunch between vital
allies — an exchange that won’t damage a strong relation-
ship. But it illustrated how in a 21st century world order,
Western powers are not beholden to the United States as
they once were and Obama’s ability to find agreement or
build consensus is often limited and regularly tested.
The centerpiece of Obama’s visit to Berlin was a speech
at the historic Brandenburg Gate, once a symbol of the
Cold War, where he called for negotiations with the Rus-
sians to reduce U.S. nuclear weapons by one-third and
called for cutting the number of tactical warheads in
Europe. “Peace with justice means pursuing the security
of a world without nuclear weapons, no matter how dis-
tant that dream may be,” he said.
The words were barely out of his mouth when a Repub-
lican member of the House Armed Services Committee,
Ohio Rep. Michael Turner, accused him of appeasement,
and Russian officials were playing down Obama’s pro-
posal. A foreign policy aide to President Vladimir Putin
said any further arms reduction would have to involve
countries other than just Russia and the United States.
“The situation is now far from what it was in the ‘60s
and ‘70s, when only the USA and the Soviet Union dis-
cussed arms reduction,” the aide, Yuri Ushakov, said.
Just two days earlier, Obama and Putin had a stare-
down over Syria. Putin refused to back down from Russia’s
support for the government of President Bashar Assad,
forcing other leaders of the Group of Eight industrial
economies meeting in Northern Ireland to call for a
negotiated Syrian peace settlement while disagreeing on
whether that should require Assad to go.
With Obama now ready to supply arms to Syrian reb-
els, Putin concluded the G-8 summit by pointedly warn-
ing that the opposition forces include criminals whom
he likened to the killers of an off-duty British soldier last
month in London. “Do the Europeans want to provide
such people with weapons?” he said.
Even a potentially encouraging development in
Afghanistan this week took a quick sour turn when
Afghan President Hamid Karzai declared he would not
pursue peace talks with the Taliban unless the United
States steps out of the negotiations. On Tuesday, Obama
had praised Karzai for agreeing to engage in talks and
“taking this courageous step.”
A day later, Obama had to concede the setback. “We
had anticipated that at the outset, there were going to be
some areas of friction, to put it mildly, in getting this thing
off the ground,” he said Wednesday.
European leaders meeting at the G-8 did point to
one significant advancement — a decision to begin talks
toward a possible trade agreement between the European
Union and the United States. But as far as achievements
go, this one simply started the process. And it came with
a price. Obama had wanted the talks to proceed without
conditions. But France won a concession when the Euro-
pean Union chiefs agreed to exclude European film, radio
and TV industries from the negotiations. It was the first
sign of the difficulties that lay ahead. The first negotiation
session is scheduled for Washington next month.
No relationship better illustrates the foreign policy
challenges for Obama than that between the U.S. and
China.
Meeting with Xi in California two weeks ago, Obama
confronted the Chinese president over U.S. claims of
Chinese cyberhacking of U.S. companies, warning that
the issue could damage the fundamental relationship
between the two countries. “We had a very blunt conver-
sation about cybersecurity,” Obama told PBS interviewer
Charlie Rose this week.
After the meeting, Chinese officials said Xi opposed
all forms of cyberspying and claimed no responsibil-
ity for attacks against the U.S. “Cybersecurity should not
become the root cause of mutual suspicion and frictions
between our two countries. Rather, it should be a new
bright spot in our cooperation,” said Yang Jiechi, Xi’s
senior foreign policy adviser.
The frank discussion, however, presented a start by
elevating cybersecurity to the top of the U.S.-China
agenda.
If Obama has broken ground in his past two weeks of
international diplomacy, it is to lay fragile foundations to
build upon — important beginnings, but, judging from
the reaction, not yet breakthrough achievements in for-
eign policy.
Jim Kuhnhenn covers the White House for The Associ-
ated Press. Follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/
jkuhnhenn
Obama prods, gets pushback
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all the oppressions that are done
under the sun; and behold the
tears of such as were oppressed
and they had no comforter and
on the side of their oppressors
there was power but they had no
comforter.
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Baked Alaska: Unusual heat
wave hits 49th state
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP)
— A heat wave hitting Alaska
may not rival the blazing heat of
Phoenix or Las Vegas, but to resi-
dents of the 49th state, the days
of hot weather feel like a stifling
oven — or a tropical paradise.
With temperatures topping
80 degrees in Anchorage, and
higher in other parts of the
state, people have been swel-
tering in a place where few
homes have air conditioning.
They’re sunbathing and
swimming at local lakes, hos-
ing down their dogs and clean-
ing out supplies of fans in at
least one local hardware store.
Mid-June normally brings high
temperatures in the 60s in
Anchorage, and just a month
ago, it was still snowing.
The weather feels like any-
where but Alaska to 18-year-
old Jordan Rollison, who was
sunbathing with three friends
and several hundred others
lolling at the beach of Anchor-
age’s Goose Lake.
“I love it, I love it,” Rollison
said. “I’ve never seen a sum-
mer like this, ever.”
State health officials even
took the unusual step of
posting a Facebook message
reminding people to slather on
the sunscreen.
Some people aren’t so
thrilled, complaining that it’s
just too hot.
“It’s almost unbearable to
me,” said Lorraine Roehl, who
has lived in Anchorage for two
years after moving here from
the community of Sand Point
in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands. “I
don’t like being hot. I’m used to
cool ocean breeze.”
On Tuesday, the official
afternoon high in Anchorage
was 81 degrees, breaking the
city’s record of 80 set in 1926
for that date.
Other smaller communities
throughout a wide swath of
the state are seeing even higher
temperatures.
All-time highs were recorded
elsewhere, including 96 degrees
on Monday 80 miles to the north
in the small community of Talk-
eetna, purported to be the inspi-
ration for the town in the TV
series, “Northern Exposure” and
the last stop for climbers head-
ing to Mount McKinley, North
America’s tallest mountain. One
unofficial reading taken at a
lodge near Talkeetna even mea-
sured 98 degrees, which would
tie the highest undisputed tem-
perature recorded in Alaska.
That record was set in
1969, according to Jeff Mas-
ters, meteorology director of
the online forecasting service
Weather Underground.
“This is the hottest heat wave
in Alaska since ’69,” he said.
“You’re way, way from normal.”
It’s also been really hot for a
while. The city had six days over
70 degrees, then hit a high of 68
last Thursday, followed by five
more days of 70 degrees and up.
The city’s record of consecu-
tive days with temperatures of
70 or above was 13 days record-
ed in 1953, said Eddie Zingone, a
meteorologist with the National
Weather Service who has lived
in Anchorage for 17 years.
The heat wave also comes
after a few cooler summers
— the last time it officially hit
the 80 mark in Anchorage was
2009.
Time running out on hunt
for La Salle shipwreck
FAIRPORT, Mich. (AP) — After nearly a week
of searching the muddy Lake Michigan bottom,
a research team has failed to find the wreckage
of a 17th century ship — and leaders acknowl-
edged Thursday they might come up empty
before their state permit expires.
The mission to locate the Griffin, which
was commanded by the French explorer Rene
Robert Cavelier de la Salle and disappeared in
1679, was buoyed earlier this week as French
underwater archaeologists inspected a wooden
beam protruding 10.5 feet from the lake bed.
They said it appeared to be a bowsprit — a spur
or pole that extends from a vessel’s stem — that
was hundreds of years old.
But there was no ship below, only hard-
packed claylike sediment extending to bedrock
20 feet down. The scientists and divers searched
a wider area Thursday near Poverty Island,
a few miles offshore of a remote section of
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, with equipment
that probes beneath the lake bed for signs of
buried objects.
Again, no Griffin. With their permit from the
state Department of Natural Resources expiring
Friday, it was uncertain whether they would try
again.
Team leader Steve Libert admitted there was
growing frustration, but the retired intelligence
analyst who has sought the Griffin for nearly
three decades remains convinced the ship is
there and said he had no intention of giving
up. He discovered the timber — which was
loosened from the pit this week — while diving
in 2001.
“What other ship out here in the Great Lakes
is 300 years old? There’s only one that it could
be,” Libert said. “I’m extremely disappointed
that we haven’t found it yet ... but it’s just a mat-
ter of time.”
Ken Vrana, the project manager and one of
four U.S. archaeologists participating in the
expedition, said the goal wasn’t just to find the
Griffin, but to determine whether the location
was a shipwreck site.
“We have definitely found the component of
a shipwreck,” Vrana said. “It was not attached to
any underlying hull, but that doesn’t mean that
100 feet or even several hundred feet away there
isn’t a shipwreck.”
The team based its search location on both
the timber as well as sub-bottom sound wave
scans by an independent contractor that sug-
gested a field of objects covering an area about
the estimated size of the Griffin — more than 40
feet long, 18 feet wide — might lie just beneath
the lake bed.
Turns out, the sonar readings apparently
had picked up a thick layer of invasive quagga
mussel shells and distinct layers of sediment,
Vrana said.
“This is one time that science is just not
working right,” said Libert, who spent about
$80,000 on the surveys and says he has pumped
more than $1 million into the quest. “There’s
something wrong, either with the machinery or
the interpretation or the way it was used.”
Michigan’s state archaeologist, Dean Ander-
son, told The Associated Press in a telephone
interview Wednesday he believed the expedi-
tion was worthwhile — regardless whether the
Griffin is found.
“This is the sort of investigation that really
needed to happen ... to get an answer one way
or another,” Anderson said. “I would say it is
leaning toward the indication that a vessel is
not there. I just don’t see any evidence that
makes it look like there’s a wreck.”
The group submitted a proposal to Anderson
on Thursday to remove the wooden beam and
take it ashore for further study and eventual
public display.
Anderson told the AP on Wednesday that
recovering it would be “complicated and dif-
ficult.” But Libert said leaving it could invite
vandalism or theft.
Tsarnaev listed as gun
violence victim at NH rally
Numbers gathered were not
necessarily violence victims
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A gun-control
group that’s reading the names of thousands of
victims of gun violence during a national bus
tour apologized for including one of the Boston
Marathon bombing suspects on the list.
The Mayors Against Illegal Guns stopped in
Concord, N.H., on Tuesday as part of its cam-
paign to build support for legislation to expand
background checks for gun buyers. Such legis-
lation failed in the U.S. Senate.
As part of the event, participants read the
names of more than 6,000 Americans killed with
guns since the December massacre at the Sandy
Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.
One of the names read June 13 in Concord was
Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who died in an exchange
of gunfire with police days after the April 15
bombings.
The inclusion of Tsarnaev’s name has out-
raged victims and relatives of victims of the
April 15 bombings, including Pete Brown, of
Stoughton, Mass., whose two nephews each lost
a leg in the bombings.
“That’s a disgrace,” Brown said Thursday.
“I find it offensive someone would include
his name. He was promoting violence and his
actions resulted in death.”
“To include the name of a terrorist on a list of
poor children that were killed by gun violence is
sickening,” Brown said.
The gun control group apologized and said
it relied on a public list compiled by Slate.com,
and that Tsarnaev’s name was on the list.
“He was absolutely not a victim, his name
should have been deleted before the list was
provided to a family member for reading and
his name should never have been read,” the
group said in a statement. “It was a mistake, it
should not have happened and we sincerely
apologize.”
Slate has noted its list is simply an account-
ing of deaths, not a list of violence victims.
On Thursday, officials confirmed that a New
Hampshire lawmaker who was widely criticized
for suggesting a federal “black ops” team was
behind the marathon bombings had submitted
her resignation.
Republican Rep. Stella Tremblay, of Auburn,
also had contended that bombing victim Jeff
Bauman — who was photographed being
wheeled away from the scene and later has both
legs amputated — was not in pain or shock. She,
too, apologized but is still demanding “a full
investigation” of the bombings.
She resigned because she is moving out of
her district.
New Colo. law strikes all-online firearm training
DENVER (AP) — In an age
where you can buy a car or
get a college degree without
ever leaving the house, Colo-
rado lawmakers have made
one thing impossible to obtain
from comfort of the couch: A
concealed weapon permit.
A new law requires people
to show a firearm instructor
in person that they can safely
handle a gun before they get a
permit, seeking to close what
lawmakers say is an Internet-
era loophole they didn’t envi-
sion 10 years ago.
“There was no thought of
anyone going and sitting in
front of a computer and doing
the whole course online,” said
Democratic Sen. Lois Toch-
trop, a sponsor of the new law,
and one of the legislators who
voted in favor of Colorado’s
concealed-carry law in 2003.
Most states require proof of
training to carry a concealed
weapon. Instructors teach basics
like how to load and unload a
gun, how to hold it and fire it
and ways to store it properly.
Only a few states allow people
to complete a concealed-carry
training course entirely online.
Some Colorado lawmakers
were astonished at the ease with
which people could get a con-
cealed-carry training certificate.
Democratic Rep. Jenise May,
who sponsored the bill with
Tochtrop, said one of her staffers
found a course online and got a
certificate in less than an hour
after answering eight questions
and skipping a training video.
Colorado was one of the few
states to pass gun legislation
this year, despite national out-
rage over mass shootings and
President Barack Obama’s failed
attempts to get federal gun laws
through Congress. Laws to pro-
vide for universal background
checks and limits on ammuni-
tion magazines made it through
the state Legislature with no
Republican support.
The change in training rules
got a handful of Republican
votes, although most in the state
GOP rejected the idea of scrap-
ping all-online training permits.
All-women jury
chosen for George
Zimmerman’s trial
SANFORD, Fla. (AP) — A
jury of six women, five of them
white, was picked Thursday to
decide the second-degree mur-
der trial of George Zimmerman,
a neighborhood watch volun-
teer who says he fatally shot
Trayvon Martin, an unarmed
black teenager, in self-defense.
Prosecutors have said Zim-
merman, 29, racially profiled the
17-year-old Martin as he walked
back from a convenience store
on a rainy night in February 2012
wearing a dark hooded shirt.
The race and ethnicity of
the sixth juror was not imme-
diately available. Zimmerman
identifies himself as Hispanic.
Two of the jurors recently
moved to the area — one from
Iowa and one from Chicago —
and two are involved with rescu-
ing animals as their hobbies.
One juror had a prior arrest,
but she said it was disposed
of and she thought she was
treated fairly. Two jurors have
guns in their homes. All of their
names have been kept confi-
dential and the panel will be
sequestered for the trial.
Opening statements are
scheduled for Monday.
AP
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Actor James Gandolfini,
51, dies of cardiac arrest
LOS ANGELES (AP) — James
Gandolfini’s lumbering, brut-
ish mob boss with the tortured
psyche will endure as one of
TV’s indelible characters.
But his portrayal of criminal
Tony Soprano in HBO’s land-
mark drama series “The Sopra-
nos” was just one facet of an
actor who created a rich legacy
of film and stage work in a life
cut short.
Gandolfini, 51, who died
Wednesday while vacationing
in Rome, refused to be bound
by his star-making role in the
HBO series that brought him
three Emmy Awards during its
six-season run.
“He was a genius,” said
“Sopranos” creator David Chase.
“Anyone who saw him even in
the smallest of his performances
knows that. He is one of the
greatest actors of this or any
time. A great deal of that genius
resided in those sad eyes.”
Dr. Claudio Modini, head
of the emergency room at the
Policlinic Umberto I hospi-
tal in Rome, said Gandolfini
suffered a cardiac arrest. He
arrived at the hospital at 10:40
p.m. Wednesday and was pro-
nounced dead at 11 p.m. after
resuscitation efforts in the
ambulance and hospital failed,
Modini said.
Modini told The Associated
Press that an autopsy would be
performed starting 24 hours after
the death, as required by law.
The U.S. Embassy in Rome,
which said it had learned about
the death from the media, said
it would be available to provide
a death certificate and help pre-
pare Gandolfini’s body for return
to the United States. The Embas-
sy said it can often take between
four and seven days to arrange
shipment outside of Italy.
It isn’t yet known yet what
caused his heart to stop beat-
ing. Sudden cardiac arrest can
be due to a heart attack, a heart
rhythm problem, or as a result
of trauma. The chance of car-
diac arrest increases as people
get older; men over age 45 have
a greater risk. Men in general
are up to three times more
likely to have a sudden cardiac
arrest than women.
Michael Kobold, a family
friend, told reporters in Rome
that a family member discov-
ered Gandolfini in his hotel
room, but he declined to say
whom. NBC quoted Antonio
D’Amore, manager of Rome’s
Boscolo Exedra hotel, as saying
it was Gandolfini’s 13-year-old
son, Michael.
Organizers of the Taormi-
na Film Festival in Sicily were
scrambling to put together a
tribute to Gandolfini, who
had been expected to attend
the festival’s closing ceremony
this weekend and receive an
award. They said Gandolfini
will instead be honored with
a tribute “remembering his
career and talent.”
Mario Sesti and Tiziana
Rocca said they had spoken
to Gandolfini hours before his
death “and he was very happy
to receive this prize and be
able to travel to Italy.”
Edie Falco, who played Tony
Soprano’s wife Carmela on
“The Sopranos,” remembered
him as a “man of tremendous
depth and sensitivity.”
“I am shocked and devastat-
ed by Jim’s passing,” she said in
a statement. “I consider myself
very lucky to have spent 10
years as his close colleague. My
heart goes out to his family. As
those of us in his pretend one
hold on to the memories of
our intense and beautiful time
together. The love between
Tony and Carmela was one of
the greatest I’ve ever known.”
Joe Gannascoli, who played
Vito Spatafore on the drama
series, said he was shocked
and heartbroken.
“Fifty-one and leaves a kid
— he was newly married. His
son is fatherless now. ... It’s way
too young,” Gannascoli said.
Gandolfini and his wife,
Deborah, who were married
in 2008, have a daughter, Lili-
ana, born last year, HBO said.
Michael is the son of the actor
and his former wife, Marcy.
Gandolfini grew up in Park
Ridge in New Jersey, the son of
a building maintenance chief
at a Catholic school and a high
school lunch lady.
After earning a degree in
communications from Rutgers
University, Gandolfini moved
to New York, where he worked
as a bartender, bouncer and
nightclub manager. When he
was 25, he joined a friend of a
friend in an acting class.
Gandolfini’s first big break
was a Broadway production
of “A Streetcar Named Desire”
where he played Steve, one of
Stanley Kowalski’s poker bud-
dies. His film debut was in Sid-
ney Lumet’s “A Stranger Among
Us” (1992).
Gandolfini played a tough
guy in Scott’s 1993 film “True
Romance,” who beat Patricia
Arquette’s character to a pulp
while offering such jarring, flir-
tatious banter as, “You got a lot
of heart, kid.”
In his early career, Gandol-
fini had supporting roles in
“Crimson Tide” (1995), “Get
Shorty” (1995), “The Juror”
(1996), Lumet’s “Night Falls on
Manhattan” (1997), “She’s So
Lovely” (1997), “Fallen” (1998)
and “A Civil Action” (1998).
NEW YORK (AP) — The
daughter of former New York
Yankees manager Joe Torre is
getting props from her dad for
catching a baby boy who had
tumbled off a second-floor fire
escape in Brooklyn.
Torre said in a statement
Wednesday that he was “very
proud of my daughter Cristi-
na’s actions today during an
incident in Brooklyn involving
a small child.”
Torre is now Major League
Baseball’s executive vice
president of baseball opera-
tions.
“I didn’t really know what
was going to happen. ... You
just move into action — you
don’t really think about it,”
Cristina Torre told the Daily
News of New York.
She was having coffee at a
cupcake shop when bystand-
ers saw the 1-year-old dangling
from an awning of a frozen
yogurt store next door.
“I’m talking to him saying,
‘Don’t come down, stay there,’”
she said. “He helped himself
with his arms. He was dan-
gling. I knew he would be flip-
ping very soon.”
She said the child “literally
landed in my arms.” Torre cred-
ited her father for her “good
hand-eye coordination.”
According to police, the
child somehow climbed onto
the fire escape. He was in sta-
ble condition.
The parents were arrested
and charged with reckless
endangerment.
Torre daughter catches baby
falling from 2nd floor
UK gov’t challenged over
handling of Lawson case
LONDON (AP) — A British
lawmaker questioned Thurs-
day whether police may have
treated Nigella Lawson’s hus-
band too leniently after he
admitted assaulting the celeb-
rity chef in a restaurant.
Opposition Labour Party
lawmaker Sandra Osborne
asked in the House of Com-
mons if there is one rule for the
rich and famous, and another
rule for everyone else.
She was referring to adver-
tising mogul Charles Saatchi,
who earlier this week was
given a police “caution” after
admitting assault. Saatchi, 70,
contacted police after newspa-
pers published photos of him
grasping his wife’s throat dur-
ing an argument.
He will not face further
charges or penalties.
Osborne said it sends the
wrong message to allow some-
one to receive only a caution after
admitting assault. Under British
law, a caution can be given to
someone who admits a minor
offense. It carries no penalty, but
it can be used as evidence of
character flaws if a person is later
prosecuted for a different crime.
Prosecutors’ guidelines
indicate cautions are appro-
priate for some assaults.
Home Office minister Jere-
my Browne rejected the asser-
tion that the rich and famous
receive preferential treatment.
Lawson, 53, has not com-
mented on the incident. In pho-
tos published by The Sun news-
paper Thursday, she was shown
not to be wearing her wedding
band. Her publicist said earlier
that she had left the family home
with her children, but did not
indicate if that was permanent.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick
Clegg also became enmeshed in
the furor surrounding the inci-
dent by declining to say if he
would have intervened if he had
witnessed the argument between
Saatchi and Lawson, which took
place at the pricey Scott’s restau-
rant in central London.
Clegg said he couldn’t be
sure, because he did not have
all the facts, and said it was
possible that the confrontation
was just “a fleeting thing.”
That drew complaints from
anti-violence campaigners
who said he should have spo-
ken out more strongly.
“It was a clear case of domes-
tic violence,” said Holly Dustin,
director of the End Violence
Against Women coalition. “There
was enough in the papers and in
the news we’ve seen and the
fact that Saatchi accepted guilt
by accepting a caution to show
that this was an act of violence
against a woman.”
Clegg said later he condemns
all forms of domestic violence.
Complaints about alleged
lenient treatment also sur-
faced in the House of Lords on
Thursday.
AP
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head of the New Jersey crime family portrayed in HBO’s
“The Sopranos.” HBO and the managers for Gandolfini
say the actor died Wednesday in Italy. He was 51.
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Missouri director of athletics Mike Alden has been
selected as president of the National Association of
Collegiate Directors of Athletics.
AP
Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez reacts during the second quarter of a game last season against
the Texans in Foxborough, Mass.
Missouri’s Alden named
2013-14 NACDA president
By the News Tribune staff
COLUMBIA — Mike Alden is at the top of his
profession.
The Missouri director of athletics has been
selected as the 2013-14 president of the Nation-
al Association of Collegiate Directors of Athlet-
ics, it was announced Thursday.
The announcement comes one year after
Alden and campus administration led Missouri
into the Southeastern Conference.
“We look forward to having Mike Alden
serve as our president in 2013-14 and antici-
pate his leadership in enhancing NACDA’s ever
expanding role in intercollegiate athletics,”
NACDA executive director Bob Vecchione said
in a release.
Said Southeastern Conference commission-
er Mike Slive: “I’ve known Mike for a very long
time and have enjoyed watching his career and
all he has accomplished. In his role as presi-
dent of NACDA, he will bring energy, passion
and commitment to the membership, and the
organization will certainly benefit.”
Alden is set to begin his 16th season at the
helm of Missouri athletics.
Missouri ranked among SEC leaders in both
Graduation Success Rates and Academic Prog-
ress Rates for the 2012-13 academic year. As far
as on-field performance goes, 14 of Missouri’s
20 programs reached postseason play.
“Mike has been an outstanding leader for
Directing the directors
Please see Alden, p. 3
AP
Cardinals center fielder Jon Jay leaps at the wall as a
fan catches a home-run ball hit by Welington Castillo of
the Cubs in the third inning of Thursday night’s game at
Busch Stadium.
Judge allows
cousin to raise
Belcher’s daughter
KANSAS CITY (AP) — A
Texas woman was awarded
custody Thursday of her 9-
month-old orphaned cousin,
whose mother was killed by
former Kansas City Chiefs
linebacker Jovan Belcher late
last year before he turned the
gun on himself.
Jackson County probate
commissioner Daniel Wheel-
er issued an order Thursday
granting custody of Zoey
Perkins to Sophie Perkins
of Pflugerville, Texas, saying
she was more suited than
Belcher’s mother to be the
baby’s guardian.
Zoey was orphaned on the
morning of Dec. 1 when her
father, Belcher, fatally shot
her mother, Kasandra Perkins,
in the couple’s Kansas City
home. Belcher then drove to
Arrowhead Stadium and killed
himself in front of coaches
and the team’s general man-
ager as they pleaded with him
to put the gun down.
Granted
custody
Please see Belcher, p. 3
Carpenter rehab
stopped by injury
ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis
Cardinals pitcher Chris Car-
penter’s rehab has been put
on hold after he injured his
lower back in a bullpen ses-
sion.
General manager John
Mozeliak said Thursday any
contribution this season from
Carpenter, sidelined since
February with nerve issues
on the right side of his body,
would be a bonus. But he said
the prognosis has improved
the last few days.
“We don’t think it’s as
serious as we first thought,”
Mozeliak said. “It’s slowing
things down. Hopefully we
can continue to work at it. As
you can tell, we’ve got to be
patient here.”
Before spring training, the
38-year-old Carpenter and
the team believed the inju-
ry might be career-ending.
Back a
setback
Please see Rehab, p. 6
Post 5 Seniors win
two at tourney
By the News Tribune staff
WASHINGTON — The Jef-
ferson City American Legion
Post 5 Seniors just won’t lose.
Post 5 improved its already
gaudy record to 17-0 by
defeating Eureka and Ballwin
on Thursday to open up the
Washington Wood Bat Show-
case.
Post 5 opened with a 7-3
victory against Eureka.
Patrick Schnieders picked
up the win by going 5
1
⁄3 innings
and allowing one run on three
hits with six strikeouts.
Dylan Brauner was a per-
fect 3-for-3 with an RBI, Dan-
iel Castillo went 3-for-4 with
an RBI and Cole Distler and
Trevor Schnieders both col-
lected two RBI.
Post 5 then took down Ball-
win 3-2 in walk-off fashion.
Tied at 2 entering the bot-
tom of the seventh, Brauner
led off with a single, moved
to second on a sacrifice bunt
from Distler and scored when
Trevor Schnieders doubled to
center.
17-0
Please see Post 5, p. 3
Separate suit alleges
Hernandez shot man
in face in Florida
MIAMI (AP) — New England
Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez,
already connected to a homicide vic-
tim in Massachusetts, is being sued
in South Florida by a man claiming
Hernandez shot him in the face after
they argued at a strip club.
The lawsuit filed late Wednesday
by 30-year-old Alexander Bradley
comes as police in New England
investigate the death of 27-year-old
semi-pro player Odin Lloyd. Lloyd’s
body was found in an industrial park
near Hernandez’s home in North
Attleborough, Mass. Lloyd’s family
has said he had some connection
to Hernandez but would not elabo-
rate.
In his federal lawsuit seeking at
least $100,000 in damages, Bradley
claims he and Hernandez were with
a group in February at Tootsie’s club
in Miami when the two got into an
argument. Later, as they were driv-
ing to Palm Beach County, Bradley
claims Hernandez shot him with a
handgun, causing him to lose his
right eye.
Bradley, who is from Connecticut,
also suffers from jaw pain, head-
aches, permanent injury to his right
hand and arm and will probably
need further surgery, according to
the lawsuit. He has already under-
gone facial reconstruction surgery
and has plates and screws in the
right side of his face.
Bradley “will require extensive
medical care and treatment for the
rest of his life,” the four-page lawsuit
says.
Bradley did not mention Hernan-
dez in a Palm Beach County Sheriff’s
Office report at the time. Bradley,
found shot and bleeding Feb. 13 in
an alley behind a John Deere store,
insisted to investigators he did not
know who shot him and gave only a
vague description of possible assail-
ants. A store employee found Brad-
ley after hearing a shot outside, but
the store’s video surveillance system
wasn’t working.
Hernandez’s lawyer did not
Investigation continues into death
Please see Hernandez, p. 3
Lynn reaches double digits
in victories as Cards top Cubs
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Lance Lynn earned his
10th victory to tie for the NL lead, Matt Holliday
homered and drove in two runs, and the St. Louis
Cardinals beat the Chicago Cubs 6-1 on Thursday
night.
Yadier Molina batted cleanup for the first time
this season and walked twice with a double, rais-
ing his NL-leading average to .366. Allen Craig,
the regular cleanup man, made his first pinch-hit
appearance of the season and had a two-run dou-
ble off Hector Rondon during a four-run sixth.
The Cardinals took three of four from the Cubs
and lead the majors with a 47-26 record heading
into a weekend interleague series against the
Texas Rangers, the team they beat in the 2011
World Series.
Welington Castillo homered leading off the
third for the Cubs, who left the bases loaded in
the fifth when slumping Starlin Castro fouled out.
They’re 20-18 against NL teams outside their divi-
sion, but just 9-24 against the Central.
Lynn (10-1) allowed a run on three hits in six
innings with six strikeouts and has reached dou-
ble digits in wins before the All-Star break both of
his years in the rotation, going 11-4 last year and
making the All-Star team. He joined teammate
Adam Wainwright and Washington’s Jordan Zim-
mermann for the league lead.
Lynn retired the side in order four times and
Win No. 10
Please see Cards, p. 6
AP
LeBron James was voted the MVP
of the NBA Finals after the Heat
defeated the Spurs on Thursday
night in Miami.
LeBron leads Heat
to second straight title
MIAMI (AP) — LeBron James had 37
points and 12 rebounds and the Miami
Heat repeated as champions with a 95-
88 victory over the San Antonio Spurs in
Game 7 of the NBA Finals on Thursday
night.
Dwyane Wade added 23 points and
10 rebounds and Shane Battier scored 18
points on 6-for-8 shooting from 3-point
range for Miami. James made 5-of-10 3s,
all the while hounding Spurs star Tony
Parker on defense to make the Heat the
first back-to-back champs since the Lak-
ers in 2009-10.
Tim Duncan had 24 points and 12
rebounds for the Spurs, who were trying
to become the first road team to win a
finals Game 7 since Washington in 1978.
Kawhi Leonard added 19 points and 16
rebounds.
Mario Chalmers scored 14 for Miami.
Parker had 10 points on 3-for-12
shooting and four assists, and Manu
Ginobili scored 18 points for the Spurs.
San Antonio lost for the first time in five
finals appearances.
The Heat led just 72-71 going into the
fourth quarter after a buzzer-beating 3-
pointer by Chalmers. Battier hit his fifth
3 of the night and Chalmers scored on a
layup for a 79-75 lead with 7:30 to play,
but the proud Spurs never faded.
The Spurs missed seven of their first
10 shots and turned the ball over five
times in the first seven minutes of the
fourth quarter, with the heart-breaking
loss in Game 6 finally taking its toll.
Duncan’s turnover led to Battier’s
sixth 3-pointer, a corner dagger that gave
Miami an 88-82 lead with 3:21 to go. The
delirious Heat crowd leapt to its feet,
sensing another Larry O’Brien trophy
presentation in South Beach and they
didn’t sit down for the rest of a thrilling
finish.
Leonard’s 3 made it 90-88, but Duncan
missed a putback and James knocked
down a 19-foot jumper with 27.9 sec-
onds to go, sealing the victory as the
fans chanted along to the White Stripes’
“Seven Nation Army,” a trademark cel-
ebration at American Airlines Arena.
Confetti rained down the court, and
James was surrounded by teammates
and clicking cameras after a tour-de-
Another
crown
Please see Heat, p. 6
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Father, son record
holes-in-one
on Father’s Day
RICHMOND, Texas
(AP) — A father-son duo
from South Texas showed
no handicap when they
stepped up to a par-3 tee
and each shot a hole-in-
one on Father’s Day.
Lonnie Whitener, 57,
told the Houston Chroni-
cle his 115-yard drive using
a gap wedge on the sixth
hole at River Pointe Golf
Club in Richmond struck
the flag stick and dropped
in the hole.
Then, up stepped 13-
year-old Zach Whitener,
whose shot from 100 yards
using a 6-iron landed near
the pin and gently rolled
in.
The U.S. Golf Associa-
tion does not keep records
of holes-in-one, but the
National Hole-in-One Reg-
istry said the chances of
two players acing the same
hole in the same round are
one in 17 million.
Two groups of players
witnessed the feat and
joined the celebration.
No suspect in
burglary
at Stoops’ home
NORMAN, Okla. —
Police said Thursday they
have no suspects in a bur-
glary at the home of Okla-
homa football coach Bob
Stoops.
Norman Police Sgt. Jen-
nifer Newell said officers
received a call from the
house at 8:30 a.m. Wednes-
day reporting a break-in
had occurred overnight.
Newell said the exact time
of the burglary is part of
the department’s ongoing
investigation.
Newell said several
members of the Stoops
family were home when
the burglary occurred, but
no one was injured.
“There were people at
the house at the time,” she
said. Newell would not
confirm whether Stoops
was at the house. He and
several Oklahoma players
were in Wichita, Kan., on
Wednesday night for an
appearance at an OU Club
of Wichita event.
Newell said a number
of items were reported
missing after the burglary,
including a vehicle.
“It was personal prop-
erty and my understand-
ing is a vehicle as well,”
she said.
Newell said she was not
aware of any other burglar-
ies reported in the same
neighborhood recently.She
also said she did not know
of additional security pre-
cautions being taken fol-
lowing the burglary.
North Carolina
ousts N.C. State
from CWS
OMAHA, Neb. — North
Carolina’s Hobbs John-
son combined with Chris
McCue on a five-hitter, and
the Tar Heels stayed alive
in the College World Series
with a 7-0 victory against
North Carolina State on
Thursday night.
Michael Russell drove
in three runs for the No.
1-seeded Tar Heels (59-
11), the first on a sacrifice
fly that resulted in a close
play at the plate to open
the scoring in the fourth
inning.
Johnson allowed five
singles, walked two and
struck out six before leav-
ing in the ninth.
N.C. State’s Carlos
Rodon started on three
days rest after throwing
108 pitches in an 8-1 win
over Carolina. He gave up
two runs on four hits and
threw 80 pitches in his five
innings.
Carolina must beat
UCLA twice — first today
and again Saturday — to
reach the finals. North
Carolina State finished 50-
16.
Cardinals Box
Cardinals 6, Cubs 1
CHICAGO ST. LOUIS
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2B—M.Carpenter (20), Y.Molina (24), Ma.Adams (7).
HR—Castillo (2), Holliday (11).
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H.Rodriguez 1 0 0 0 0 0
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T—3:03. A—43,651 (43,975).
College Baseball
NCAA D-I World Series
At TD Ameritrade Park Omaha, Omaha, Neb.
Double Elimination
x-if necessary
Saturday, June 15
Mississippi State 5, Oregon State 4
Indiana 2, Louisville 0
Sunday, June 16
N.C. State 8, North Carolina 1
UCLA 2, LSU 1
Monday, June 17
Oregon State 11, Louisville 4, Louisville eliminated
Mississippi State 5, Indiana 4
Tuesday, June 18
North Carolina 4, LSU 2, LSU eliminated
UCLA 2, N.C. State 1
Wednesday, June 19
Oregon State 1, Indiana 0, Indiana eliminated
Thursday, June 20
North Carolina 7, N.C. State 0, NC State elimi-
nated
Today, June 21
Game 11 — Mississippi State (50-18) vs. Oregon
State (52-12), 2 p.m.
Game 12 — UCLA vs. North Carolina (59-11),
7 p.m.
Saturday, June 22
x-Game 13 — Mississippi State vs. Oregon State,
2 p.m.
x-Game 14 — UCLA vs. North Carolina, 7 p.m.
If only one game is necessary, it will start at 7:30
p.m.
Championship Series
Best-of-3
Monday, June 24: Pairings TBA, 7 p.m.
Tuesday, June 25: Pairings TBA, 7 p.m.
x-Wednesday, June 26: Pairings TBA, 7 p.m.
NHL Playoffs
Stanley Cup Finals
Best-of-7; x-if necessary
Wednesday, June 12
Chicago 4, Boston 3, 3OT
Saturday, June 15
Boston 2, Chicago 1, OT
Monday, June 17
Boston 2, Chicago 0
Wednesday, June 19
Chicago 6, Boston 5, OT, series tied 2-2
Saturday, June 22
Boston at Chicago, 7 p.m.
Monday, June 24
Chicago at Boston, 7 p.m.
x-Wednesday, June 26
Boston at Chicago, 7 p.m.
NBA Playoffs
NBA Finals
Best-of-7
Thursday, June 6
San Antonio 92, Miami 88
Sunday, June 9
Miami 103, San Antonio 84
Tuesday, June 11
San Antonio 113, Miami 77
Thursday, June 13
Miami 109, San Antonio 93
Sunday, June 16
San Antonio 114, Miami 104
Tuesday, June 18
Miami 103, San Antonio 100, OT
Thursday, June 20
Miami 95, San Antonio 88
NBA Finals MVPs
2013 — LeBron James, Miami
2012 — LeBron James, Miami
2011 — Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas
2010 — Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers
2009 — Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers
2008 — Paul Pierce, Boston
2007 — Tony Parker, San Antonio
2006 — Dwyane Wade, Miami
2005 — Tim Duncan, San Antonio
2004 — Chauncey Billups, Detroit
2003 — Tim Duncan, San Antonio
2002 — Shaquille O’Neal, L.A. Lakers
2001 — Shaquille O’Neal, L.A. Lakers
2000 — Shaquille O’Neal, L.A. Lakers
1999 — Tim Duncan, San Antonio
1998 — Michael Jordan, Chicago
1997 — Michael Jordan, Chicago
1996 — Michael Jordan, Chicago
1995 — Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston
1994 — Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston
1993 — Michael Jordan, Chicago
1992 — Michael Jordan, Chicago
1991 — Michael Jordan, Chicago
1990 — Isiah Thomas, Detroit
1989 — Joe Dumars, Detroit
1988 — James Worthy, L.A. Lakers
1987 — Magic Johnson, L.A. Lakers
1986 — Larry Bird, Boston
1985 — Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, L.A. Lakers
1984 — Larry Bird, Boston
1983 — Moses Malone, Philadelphia
1982 — Magic Johnson, L.A. Lakers
1981 — Cedric Maxwell, Boston
1980 — Magic Johnson, L.A. Lakers
1979 — Dennis Johnson, Seattle
1978 — Wes Unseld, Washington
1977 — Bill Walton, Portland
1976 — Jo Jo White, Boston
1975 — Rick Barry, Golden State
1974 — John Havlicek, Boston
1973 — Willis Reed, New York
1972 — Wilt Chamberlain, L.A. Lakers
1971 — Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Milwaukee
1970 — Willis Reed, New York
1969 — Jerry West, L.A. Lakers
Most NBA Coaching Titles
Phil Jackson, Chi-LaL 11
Red Auerbach, Boston 9
Johnny Kundla, Min 5
Pat Riley, LaL-Mia 5
Gregg Popovich, SA 4
Chuck Daly, Det 2
Alex Hannum, StL-Phi 2
Tom Heinsohn, Bos 2
Red Holzman, NYK 2
K.C. Jones, Bos 2
Bill Russell, Bos 2
Erik Spoelstra, Mia 2
Rudy Tomjanovich, Hou 2
NBA Finals 3-2 Comebacks
Syracuse Nationals def. Fort Wayne Pistons, 1955.
Boston Celtics def. Los Angeles Lakers, 1962.
Boston Celtics def. Los Angeles Lakers, 1969.
Washington Bullets def. Seattle SuperSonics, 1978.
Los Angeles Lakers def. Detroit Pistons, 1988.
Houston Rockets def. New York Knicks, 1994.
Los Angeles Lakers def. Boston Celtics, 2010.
Miami Heat def. San Antonio Spurs, 2013.
WNBA
EASTERN CONFERENCE
W L Pct GB
Atlanta 6 1 .857 —
New York 4 2 .667 1 1/2
Washington 4 2 .667 1 1/2
Chicago 4 3 .571 2
Connecticut 2 5 .286 4
Indiana 1 5 .167 4 1/2
WESTERN CONFERENCE
W L Pct GB
Minnesota 5 1 .833 —
Los Angeles 3 2 .600 1 1/2
Seattle 3 3 .500 2
Phoenix 3 4 .429 2 1/2
San Antonio 2 4 .333 3
Tulsa 2 7 .222 4 1/2
Wednesday’s Game
Minnesota 80, Phoenix 69
Thursday’s Game
Tulsa 83, Chicago 74
Today’s Games
Seattle at San Antonio, 7 p.m.
Washington at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Minnesota at Los Angeles, 10 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Chicago at Indiana, 6 p.m.
Seattle at Tulsa, 7 p.m.
Major League Soccer
EASTERN CONFERENCE
W L T Pts GF GA
Montreal 9 3 2 29 24 17
New York 7 5 4 25 23 19
Philadelphia 6 5 4 22 22 24
Houston 6 5 4 22 19 16
Sporting Kansas City 6 5 4 22 18 13
New England 5 5 5 20 18 13
Columbus 5 5 5 20 18 16
Chicago 4 7 3 15 13 20
Toronto FC 2 7 5 11 14 20
D.C. 1 11 3 6 7 26
WESTERN CONFERENCE
W L T Pts GF GA
FC Dallas 8 3 4 28 23 18
Portland 6 1 9 27 25 16
Real Salt Lake 8 5 3 27 24 16
Vancouver 6 5 4 22 25 24
Los Angeles 6 6 3 21 22 18
Seattle 6 4 3 21 19 15
Colorado 5 6 5 20 17 16
San Jose 4 6 6 18 15 24
Chivas USA 3 9 2 11 14 29
NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie.
Wednesday’s Games
Montreal 2, Houston 0
Chicago 2, Colorado 1
Vancouver 3, Chivas USA 1
Los Angeles 0, Portland 0, tie
Saturday’s Games
Sporting Kansas City at FC Dallas, 7:30 p.m.
San Jose at D.C. United, 6 p.m.
Chicago at Columbus, 7 p.m.
Toronto FC at Houston, 8 p.m.
Seattle FC at Real Salt Lake, 8:30 p.m.
Sunday’s Games
New York at Philadelphia, 4 p.m.
Colorado at Portland, 6 p.m.
Los Angeles at Chivas USA, 10 p.m.
NWSL
W L T Pts GF GA
Sky Blue FC 8 2 1 25 20 10
Portland 8 2 1 25 18 9
Western New York 5 2 3 18 17 11
FC Kansas City 5 4 1 16 14 11
Boston 3 4 3 12 16 17
Chicago 3 5 3 12 12 17
Washington 1 5 3 6 9 16
Seattle 0 9 1 1 4 19
NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie.
Wednesday’s Game
Chicago 2, Western New York 2, tie
Saturday’s Game
Portland at Sky Blue FC, 6 p.m.
Sunday’s Games
Washington at FC Kansas City, 3:10 p.m.
Seattle FC at Western New York, 3:05 p.m.
Golf
Travelers Championship
Thursday
At TPC River Highlands
Cromwell, Conn.
Purse: $6.1 million
Yardage: 6,854; Par: 70 (35-35)
First Round
Charley Hoffman 33-28 — 61
Hunter Mahan 32-30 — 62
Bubba Watson 33-30 — 63
John Merrick 34-31 — 65
Webb Simpson 33-32 — 65
Rod Pampling 34-31 — 65
Camilo Villegas 31-34 — 65
Graham DeLaet 32-33 — 65
Zach Johnson 32-33 — 65
Chris Stroud 34-32 — 66
Tommy Gainey 32-34 — 66
John Huh 34-32 — 66
Padraig Harrington 34-32 — 66
Richard H. Lee 31-35 — 66
Patrick Reed 31-35 — 66
Marc Leishman 32-34 — 66
Chris Kirk 33-33 — 66
John Rollins 31-36 — 67
Robert Streb 34-33 — 67
Dicky Pride 34-33 — 67
Bo Van Pelt 33-34 — 67
Lee Westwood 36-31 — 67
Jerry Kelly 35-32 — 67
Bryce Molder 33-34 — 67
Stewart Cink 33-34 — 67
Brendon de Jonge 32-35 — 67
David Branshaw 33-34 — 67
Ricky Barnes 33-34 — 67
William McGirt 36-31 — 67
David Mathis 33-34 — 67
Justin Rose 36-31 — 67
Angel Cabrera 33-34 — 67
Nick O’Hern 33-34 — 67
John Daly 34-34 — 68
Brendan Steele 36-32 — 68
Seung-Yul Noh 35-33 — 68
Kevin Stadler 34-34 — 68
Andres Gonzales 32-36 — 68
James Driscoll 33-35 — 68
Tag Ridings 34-34 — 68
Morgan Hoffmann 35-33 — 68
Ryan Moore 34-34 — 68
J.J. Henry 36-32 — 68
Ben Crane 35-33 — 68
Charlie Beljan 34-34 — 68
Brian Gay 33-35 — 68
Casey Wittenberg 35-33 — 68
Vaughn Taylor 33-36 — 69
Tim Petrovic 35-34 — 69
Billy Mayfair 36-33 — 69
George McNeill 37-32 — 69
Kyle Stanley 33-36 — 69
Freddie Jacobson 35-34 — 69
Robert Garrigus 35-34 — 69
Russell Knox 34-35 — 69
Kevin Sutherland 33-36 — 69
Ken Duke 35-34 — 69
Cameron Tringale 37-32 — 69
Brian Harman 36-33 — 69
Stuart Appleby 33-36 — 69
Keegan Bradley 36-33 — 69
Brad Faxon 35-34 — 69
Tom Gillis 35-34 — 69
Aaron Watkins 36-33 — 69
Jim Herman 35-34 — 69
Jeff Maggert 35-35 — 70
Scott Langley 36-34 — 70
Stephen Ames 35-35 — 70
Sang-Moon Bae 35-35 — 70
Kevin Streelman 35-35 — 70
Vijay Singh 36-34 — 70
K.J. Choi 36-34 — 70
Greg Owen 38-32 — 70
Brian Stuard 37-33 — 70
Brad Fritsch 35-35 — 70
Glen Day 35-35 — 70
Jonas Blixt 35-35 — 70
Mark Wilson 36-34 — 70
Fabian Gomez 37-33 — 70
Chad Campbell 33-37 — 70
Jin Park 36-34 — 70
Daniel Summerhays 37-34 — 71
Ben Curtis 34-37 — 71
Wes Short, Jr. 36-35 — 71
Gonzalo Fdez-Castano 34-37 — 71
Gary Christian 34-37 — 71
Nicholas Thompson 35-36 — 71
Jonathan Byrd 35-36 — 71
Andres Romero 37-34 — 71
Chez Reavie 36-35 — 71
Nicolas Colsaerts 38-33 — 71
Heath Slocum 35-36 — 71
D.J. Trahan 36-35 — 71
Joe Affrunti 36-35 — 71
Fran Quinn 35-36 — 71
Chris Williams 35-36 — 71
Cameron Percy 36-35 — 71
Charlie Wi 35-37 — 72
Matt Every 36-36 — 72
Gary Woodland 35-37 — 72
Davis Love III 39-33 — 72
Harris English 36-36 — 72
Rickie Fowler 36-36 — 72
Jason Bohn 34-38 — 72
Eric Meierdierks 36-36 — 72
Jon Curran 33-39 — 72
Alistair Presnell 35-37 — 72
Paul Haley II 36-36 — 72
Bobby Gates 37-35 — 72
Will Claxton 34-38 — 72
Brian Davis 35-37 — 72
Jason Dufner 37-35 — 72
Carl Pettersson 34-38 — 72
Erik Compton 37-35 — 72
Greg Chalmers 35-37 — 72
Darron Stiles 36-36 — 72
D.H. Lee 36-36 — 72
Scott Gardiner 35-37 — 72
Lee Williams 36-36 — 72
Steven Bowditch 36-36 — 72
Justin Thomas 36-36 — 72
Joey Snyder III 37-36 — 73
Tim Clark 36-37 — 73
Derek Ernst 38-35 — 73
Bud Cauley 34-39 — 73
Bill Lunde 36-37 — 73
Justin Bolli 34-39 — 73
Doug LaBelle II 36-37 — 73
Trevor Immelman 36-37 — 73
Y.E. Yang 36-37 — 73
Michael Thompson 38-35 — 73
Ian Poulter 34-39 — 73
Sean O’Hair 37-36 — 73
Jeff Gove 37-36 — 73
Roberto Castro 35-38 — 73
Jay McLuen 37-36 — 73
Martin Flores 38-36 — 74
Paul Goydos 38-36 — 74
Justin Hicks 37-37 — 74
Andrew Svoboda 36-38 — 74
Ben Kohles 36-38 — 74
Mike Weir 37-37 — 74
Luke List 34-40 — 74
Michael Bradley 36-39 — 75
Aaron Baddeley 35-40 — 75
Robert Allenby 37-38 — 75
Frank Lickliter II 35-40 — 75
Johnson Wagner 39-36 — 75
Rory Sabbatini 35-40 — 75
Lucas Glover 37-38 — 75
Henrik Norlander 36-39 — 75
Colt Knost 37-39 — 76
Michael Letzig 36-40 — 76
Troy Matteson 36-40 — 76
Kyle Bilodeau 38-39 — 77
Donald Constable 37-40 — 77
Transactions
BASEBALL
National League
CHICAGO CUBS—Signed OF Jacob Hannemann
and RHP David Garner.
PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Called up RHP Duke
Welker from Indianapolis (IL). Optioned OF Alex
Presley to Indianapolis.
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Signed INF Malik Col-
lymore and RHP Blake Higgins.
BASKETBALL
Women’s National Basketball Association
CONNECTICUT SUN—Acquired F Kayla Pedersen
from Tulsa for a 2014 second-round draft pick. Waived
F Ashley Walker.
FOOTBALL
National Football League
DALLAS COWBOYS—Released DE Anthony Har-
grove.
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS—Signed WR Aaron
Dobson.
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS—Promoted Tag Ribary to
director of team operations, Trent Kirchner to director
of pro personnel, Dan Morgan to assistant director of
pro personnel and Josh Graff to national scout. Named
Jim Nagy southeast area scout.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
BUFFALO SABRES—Signed G Jhonas Enroth to a
two-year contract extension.
DALLAS STARS—Signed F Travis Morin to a two
year, two-way contract and F Colton Sceviour to a one
year, two-way contract.
PHILADELPHIA FLYERS—Announced they will buy
out the final two years of C Danny Briere’s contract,
making him a free agent.
SAN JOSE SHARKS—Signed F Raffi Torres to a
three-year contract.
COLLEGE
ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC—Named Fala Bullock
women’s basketball coach.
CAMPBELL—Named Deon Curry director of men’s
basketball operations and Greg Robbins men’s bas-
ketball graduate assistant.
CANISIUS—Named Cetera Washington women’s
assistant basketball coach and Logan Fletcher gradu-
ate assistant for women’s basketball.
PENN STATE—Announced freshman basketball C
Jordan Dickerson has transferred from SMU.
SAN JOSE STATE—Named Kevin Grant assistant
equipment manager.
ST. ANDREWS—Named Lexi King women’s
lacrosse coach.
Major League Baseball
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Boston 44 31 .587 — — 4-6 L-2 23-15 21-16
Baltimore 42 31 .575 1 — 7-3 W-2 20-15 22-16
New York 39 33 .542 3 1/2 1 1/2 3-7 L-2 20-15 19-18
Tampa Bay 38 35 .521 5 3 4-6 W-2 21-16 17-19
Toronto 35 36 .493 7 5 8-2 W-8 19-17 16-19
Central Division
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Detroit 40 31 .563 — — 5-5 W-1 24-12 16-19
Cleveland 36 35 .507 4 4 6-4 W-2 22-14 14-21
Kansas City 34 36 .486 5 1/2 5 1/2 6-4 L-2 17-16 17-20
Minnesota 33 36 .478 6 6 6-4 W-3 19-17 14-19
Chicago 29 41 .414 10 1/2 10 1/2 3-7 L-3 16-14 13-27
West Division
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Oakland 43 32 .573 — — 5-5 L-2 22-12 21-20
Texas 41 32 .562 1 — 3-7 W-2 22-15 19-17
Los Angeles 32 40 .444 9 1/2 8 1/2 5-5 W-1 19-20 13-20
Seattle 32 41 .438 10 9 5-5 L-1 18-17 14-24
Houston 28 46 .378 14 1/2 13 1/2 6-4 W-1 15-25 13-21
———
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Atlanta 43 31 .581 — — 4-6 L-1 25-11 18-20
Washington 36 36 .500 6 6 1/2 5-5 W-2 19-13 17-23
Philadelphia 35 38 .479 7 1/2 8 4-6 L-1 18-16 17-22
New York 28 41 .406 12 1/2 13 5-5 W-1 14-23 14-18
Miami 22 49 .310 19 1/2 20 5-5 L-2 13-23 9-26
Central Division
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
St. Louis 47 26 .644 — — 6-4 W-2 22-13 25-13
Cincinnati 44 30 .595 3 1/2 — 6-4 L-1 26-14 18-16
Pittsburgh 43 30 .589 4 — 6-4 W-1 25-13 18-17
Chicago 29 42 .408 17 13 4-6 L-2 15-21 14-21
Milwaukee 29 42 .408 17 13 5-5 L-1 16-20 13-22
West Division
W L Pct GB WCGB L10 Str Home Away
Arizona 39 33 .542 — — 4-6 W-2 19-15 20-18
San Francisco 37 34 .521 1 1/2 5 5-5 W-2 23-12 14-22
Colorado 37 37 .500 3 6 1/2 3-7 L-4 23-17 14-20
San Diego 36 36 .500 3 6 1/2 7-3 L-2 22-14 14-22
Los Angeles 30 40 .429 8 11 1/2 3-7 W-1 19-20 11-20
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Wednesday’s Games
Cleveland 6, Kansas City 3
Baltimore 13, Detroit 3
Tampa Bay 6, Boston 2
Texas 9, Oakland 4
Minnesota 7, Chicago White Sox 4
L.A. Angels 1, Seattle 0
Thursday’s Games
Minnesota 8, Chicago White Sox 4
Texas 4, Oakland 3
Tampa Bay 8, N.Y. Yankees 3
Detroit 4, Boston 3
Seattle at L.A. Angels, (n)
Today’s Games
Chicago White Sox (H.Santiago 2-5) at Kansas City
(Guthrie 7-4), 7:10 p.m.
Minnesota (Deduno 3-1) at Cleveland (Kazmir
3-4), 6:05 p.m.
Tampa Bay (Ro.Hernandez 4-7) at N.Y. Yankees
(D.Phelps 4-4), 6:05 p.m.
Baltimore (Hammel 7-4) at Toronto (Dickey 6-8),
6:07 p.m.
Boston (Lester 6-4) at Detroit (Fister 6-4), 6:08
p.m.
Oakland (Colon 9-2) at Seattle (Iwakuma 7-2),
9:10 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Chicago White Sox at Kansas City, 1:10 p.m.
Tampa Bay at N.Y. Yankees, 12:05 p.m.
Baltimore at Toronto, 12:07 p.m.
Boston at Detroit, 6:15 p.m.
Minnesota at Cleveland, 6:15 p.m.
Oakland at Seattle, 9:10 p.m.
Sunday’s Games
Chicago White Sox at Kansas City, 1:10 p.m.
Minnesota at Cleveland, 12:05 p.m.
Baltimore at Toronto, 12:07 p.m.
Boston at Detroit, 12:08 p.m.
Tampa Bay at N.Y. Yankees, 1:05 p.m.
Oakland at Seattle, 3:10 p.m.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Wednesday’s Games
St. Louis 4, Chicago Cubs 1
Arizona 3, Miami 1
San Francisco 4, San Diego 2
Washington 6, Philadelphia 2, 11 innings
Atlanta 5, N.Y. Mets 3
Cincinnati 2, Pittsburgh 1, 13 innings
Thursday’s Games
St. Louis 6, Chicago Cubs 1
Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 3
Washington 5, Colorado 1
N.Y. Mets 4, Atlanta 3
L.A. Dodgers at San Diego, (n)
Miami at San Francisco, (n)
Today’s Games
Colorado (Chatwood 4-1) at Washington (Strasburg
3-6), 6:05 p.m.
N.Y. Mets (Hefner 1-6) at Philadelphia (Hamels
2-10), 6:05 p.m.
Atlanta (Teheran 5-3) at Milwaukee (W.Peralta
4-8), 7:10 p.m.
Cincinnati (Cueto 4-0) at Arizona (Miley 4-6),
8:40 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers (Kershaw 5-4) at San Diego (Richard
2-5), 9:10 p.m.
Miami (Nolasco 4-7) at San Francisco (Lincecum
4-7), 9:15 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Colorado at Washington, 11:05 a.m.
Miami at San Francisco, 3:05 p.m.
N.Y. Mets at Philadelphia, 3:05 p.m.
Atlanta at Milwaukee, 3:10 p.m.
Cincinnati at Arizona, 6:15 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers at San Diego, 6:15 p.m.
Sunday’s Games
Colorado at Washington, 12:35 p.m.
N.Y. Mets at Philadelphia, 12:35 p.m.
Atlanta at Milwaukee, 1:10 p.m.
Miami at San Francisco, 3:05 p.m.
Cincinnati at Arizona, 3:10 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers at San Diego, 3:10 p.m.
INTERLEAGUE
Wednesday’s Games
N.Y. Yankees 6, L.A. Dodgers 4, 1st game
L.A. Dodgers 6, N.Y. Yankees 0, 2nd game
Toronto 5, Colorado 2
Milwaukee 3, Houston 1
Thursday’s Game
Houston 7, Milwaukee 4, 10 innings
Today’s Games
Texas (D.Holland 5-4) at St. Louis (Lyons 2-3),
7:15 p.m.
Houston (Keuchel 4-3) at Chicago Cubs (Garza
1-1), 1:20 p.m.
Pittsburgh (Cole 2-0) at L.A. Angels (Weaver 1-3),
9:05 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Texas at St. Louis, 6:15 p.m.
Houston at Chicago Cubs, 3:05 p.m.
Pittsburgh at L.A. Angels, 9:05 p.m.
Sunday’s Games
Texas at St. Louis, 7:05 p.m.
Houston at Chicago Cubs, 1:20 p.m.
Pittsburgh at L.A. Angels, 2:35 p.m.
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Mizzou’s athletic program for
many years, and we are very
proud to see him contribute his
exceptional skills at the nation-
al level,” University of Missouri
chancellor Brady Deaton said
of Alden’s appointment.
NACDA, now in its 49th
year, is the professional and
educational association for
more than 6,500 college athlet-
ics administrators at more than
1,600 institutions throughout
the United States, Canada and
Mexico. More than 2,200 ath-
letics administrators annu-
ally attend the NACDA Con-
vention. Additionally, NACDA
administers 13 professional
associations, including seven
for the separate business units
that report directly to the ath-
letics directors.
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AP
Chicago Blackhawks center Patrick Sharp is upended along the wall by Bruins defense-
man Johnny Boychuk during the third period of Wednesday night’s Game 4 of the Stan-
ley Cup Finals in Boston.
High-scoring Game 4 big
change for Stanley Cup Finals
CHICAGO (AP) — So much for all the talk
about the impenetrable goalies, and forget
about those lane-clogging defensemen. It was
all about the offense in Game 4, and the hang-
over could extend into the final three games of
the deadlocked Stanley Cup Finals.
Chicago’s 6-5 overtime victory Wednesday
night at Boston was the highest-scoring game
in this year’s NHL playoffs. There were break-
aways, rebounds, long slap shots and tips. Elev-
en goals in all, coming from all over the ice.
It all raises questions about how the remain-
der of this compelling series will look.
“I guess a series like this can take some
unexpected turns sometimes, and you saw that
last night,” Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews
said. “I’m not going to make any predictions for
what happens in the next game, but obviously
there’s a lot of things we want to carry into this
game, Game 5, here.”
The biggest variable could be the recovery
of goalies Tuukka Rask of the Bruins and Corey
Crawford of the Blackhawks, who have a couple
days to find their game again before the series
resumes Saturday night in Chicago.
Rask and Crawford had been the best two
goalies in the playoffs before each of them
stumbled under heavy pressure in Game 4.
Rask gave up too many prime rebound oppor-
tunities, and Crawford was beaten repeatedly
on his glove side.
“Every goal is stoppable, but I don’t think
there was any weak one, so to speak,” said Rask,
who was coming off a 2-0 shutout and had
allowed just eight goals in the previous eight
playoff games. “Mistakes piled up and I wasn’t
able to bail our guys out. Sometimes you do,
sometimes you don’t.”
Crawford was great in the first two finals
games in Chicago. He had 51 saves in the three-
overtime series opener, keeping the Blackhawks
in the game long enough for Andrew Shaw to
score the winning goal in a 4-3 victory.
Crawford had 33 stops when the series shift-
ed to Boston for Game 3, but Chicago was
unable to get anything going against Rask. And
then came more of the glove-side problems
Wednesday night the Bruins have exploited all
series long.
“A couple tough breaks last night, especially
when we had the lead at 3-1 or 4-2, Boston is
going to open up a little bit,” Blackhawks for-
ward Patrick Kane said Thursday. “I think for
us that we can play better defensively, maybe
get in some shooting lanes and block some of
those shots.”
Chicago held leads of 1-0, 3-1, 4-2 and 5-4,
but Boston rallied each time. The glove-side
issue is a tricky little one for coach Joel Quenn-
eville and the Blackhawks, who know that’s
where the Bruins are trying to go, but don’t
want Crawford to focus so much on that area it
gets into his head.
“We’re very comfortable with Corey,” Quenn-
eville said, dismissing the idea of inserting
backup Ray Emery. “Corey has been rock-solid
all year for us, and when he’s got the ball, he’s
been outstanding, and he’s the biggest reason
why we’re here today.”
Rask was working on a shutout streak of 129
minutes, 14 seconds when Michal Handzus
had a beautiful sliding score in the first period
Wednesday night off a nice pass from Brandon
Saad on a fast break.
It was a sign of things to come for the Bruins,
who had sustained trouble with the Black-
hawks’ speed for the first time in the series.
Marcus Kruger completed a 2-on-1 break
in the second period with his third goal of the
playoffs. Kruger and Michael Frolik got down
the ice so quickly that there was time for Kru-
ger to poke home his own rebound after Rask
stopped his first attempt.
“I thought we gave them a lot of space,”
Bruins coach Claude Julien said. “It doesn’t
mean they don’t have a pace to their game, but
it means we gave them too many options. And
the neutral zone for me, not just on the fore-
check but even our neutral zone on the counter
wasn’t very good.”
Zdeno Chara, Boston’s 6-foot-9 defenseman,
was back during the rush by Kruger and Frolik
but was unable to break it up. The 2009 Nor-
ris Trophy winner was on the ice for five of
Chicago’s six goals, with the Blackhawks using
their speed to make life difficult on the captain
of the Bruins.
“I think he was OK,” Julien said. “There’s
no doubt they went after him and he was OK,
because our whole team was OK. I don’t think
anybody on our team can stand up today and
say I thought I had a great game, and that’s why
we’re sitting here today tied 2-all.”
The move by Quenneville to put Toews and
Kane back together on a line with Bryan Bickell
also played a role in the rough night for Chara
and Rask. Toews had a tip-in for his first goal
since May 25 against Detroit. Kane had a nifty
rebound score for his first goal of the series.
The productive night for that line — Bickell
had two assists and was credited with six hits
— could lead to some adjustments for Boston
in the pivotal Game 5.
“I think you want to learn from every game,
regardless of if you win or lose,” said Bruins
center Chris Kelly, who failed to convert a prime
scoring opportunity Wednesday night. “Like
winning, you want to put the game behind you.
It’s in the past, there’s nothing you can do about
it. Look to the next one.”
Flipping the script
During a three-day hear-
ing last week, Sophie Perkins
and Belcher’s mother, Cheryl
Shepherd of West Babylon,
N.Y., each argued she would
be the best guardian for the
girl. Perkins’ lawyers attacked
Shepherd’s smoking habit and
the number of police calls to
her home over the years, while
Shepherd’s attorneys criticized
Perkins for putting the girl in
day care 45 hours a week while
she worked.
Perkins, who was Kasandra
Perkins’ first cousin, is the sis-
ter of Whitney Golden Charles,
whose husband is Chiefs
All-Pro running back Jamaal
Charles.
“Out of these bad circum-
stances, this was the best result
for Zoey,” said Mark Roberts,
Perkins’ attorney. “Both sides
love Zoey; both sides were
operating with her best inter-
est in mind. The court had a
difficult decision to make, but
we think it was the right deci-
sion.”
Shepherd’s attorneys did
not immediately return calls
seeking comment.
Other than some trips to
New York to spend time with
Shepherd, Zoey has mostly
stayed with Perkins in Texas
since the shooting. The time
the girl spent bonding with
Perkins played a role in the
decision as did the police calls
to Shepherd’s home.
“There have been numer-
ous police reports made from
Ms. Cheryl Shepherd’s home
during the past twenty years,”
Wheeler wrote. “While not
controlling, and while not
making Ms. Shepherd’s home
inappropriate to raise Minor,
the Court concludes that this is
evidence of Ms. Sophie Perkins’
home being more stable than
Ms. Shepherd’s home, and this
favors the appointment of Ms.
Perkins as guardian.”
Zoey is to receive more than
$1 million under the NFL’s col-
lective bargaining agreement,
including $108,000 annu-
ally over the next four years,
$48,000 in the fifth year and
$52,000 each year until she
turns 18. She will continue to
receive that amount until she
is 23 if she attends college.
A trust funded with money
from the Chiefs owners, coach-
es, players, employees and the
public will also help care for
the child.
Commerce Trust Co. has
been appointed as conservator
of Zoey’s estate and will handle
her finances.
Continued from p. 1
Belcher:
Alden:
AREASPORTS
Youth Track
Helias Meet
Helias hosted the fifth of
eight youth track meets Thurs-
day.
Here are the top-three fin-
ishers (where applicable):
BOYS
50-meter dash
3-and under: 1. Will Morrisey; 2. John Hamilton; 3.
Max Malmstrom.
100-meter dash
4/5/6: 1. Adam Kleffner, 22.5; 2. Jack Hamilton,
23.7; 3. Michael Malmstrom, 24.9.
7/8/9: 1. Carson Hayes, 16.9; 2. Brady Kerperin,
17.1; 3. Kyle Prenger, 17.4
200-meter dash
4/5/6: 1. Jack Hamilton, 52.6; 2. Michael Malm-
strom, 57.2; 3. Daniel Morris, 57.7.
7/8/9: 1. Kyle Prenger, 37.8; 2. Brady Kerperin,
38.6; 3. Jayden Campbell, 41.7.
400-meter dash
4/5/6: 1. Daniel Morris, 2:36.1; 2. Will Morrisey,
2:45.4; 3. Jameson Bailes, 3:02.4.
6/7/8: 1. Kyle Prenger, 1:31.1; 2. Thomas McCauley,
1:36.7; 3. Jayden Campbell, 1:42.3.
9/10: 1. Trystn Smith, 2:16.8.
800-meter dash
7/8/9: 1. JT Wieberg, 4:13.2; 2. Thomas McCauley,
4:18.2.
1,600-meter dash
4/5/6: 1. Adam Kleffner, 11:59.3.
10/11: Tristyn Smith, 11:14.3.
Ball throw
3-and-under: 1. Jamison Bailes, 16-7; 2. Max
Malmstrom, 10-0; 3. John Hamilton, 7-11.
4/5/6: 1. Adam Kleffner, 32-0; 2. Daniel Morris, 28-2;
3. Michael Malmstrom, 25-5.
7/8/9: 1. Carson Hayes, 79-6; 2. Brady Kerperin,
78-5; 3. Thomas McCauley, 78-3.
10/11: 1. Tristyn Smith, 48-0.
Long jump
3-and-under: 1. Will Morrisey, 3-5; 2. Max Malm-
strom, 3-2; 3. John Hamilton, 2-6.
4/5/6: 1. Adam Kleffner, 6-4; 2. Daniel Morris, 6-1;
3. Jack Hamilton, 5-6.
7/8/9: 1. Carson Hayes, 10-0; 2. Thomas McCauley,
8-8; 3. Kyle Prenger, 8-7.
10/11: 1. Tristyn Smith, 5-8.
GIRLS
50-meter dash
3-and-under: 1. Leehan Stegeman; 2. Grace
Bailes; 3. Claire Stegeman.
100-meter dash
4/5/6: 1. Catie Meystrick, 16.5; 2. Karen McCauley,
21.6; 3. Lauren Verslues, 22.6.
7/8/9: 1. Rae Bohlken, 17.9; 2. Hannah Meystrick,
21.2; 3. Hayli Boessen, 22.3.
200-meter dash
4/5/6: 1. Catie Meystrick, 37.8; 2. Avery Houston,
44.3; 3. Karen McCauley, 48.7
7/8/9: 1. Rae Bohlken, 53.8; 2. Hayli Boessen,
1:03.
400-meter dash
4/5/6: 1. Lindley Buchannon, 1:53.7; 2. Lauren
Verslues, 1:57; 3. Iris Morrisey, 2:00.3.
7/8/9: 1. Rae Bohlken, 1:45.6; 2. Hayli Boessen,
2:42.1.
800-meter dash
4/5/6: 1. Reagan O’Mara, 4:23.5.
12/13: Kasey Kerperin, 3:34.7.
1,600-meter dash
12/13: 1. Kasey Kerperin, 7:23.7.
Ball throw
3-and-under: 1. Brianna Smith, 10-0; 2. Addison
O’Mara, 6-7.
4/5/6: 1. Caroline Hayes, 30-8; 2. Reagan O’Mara,
30-6; 3. Cadie Meystrick, 25-6.
7/8/9: 1. Rae Bohlken, 46-9; 2. Hayley Boessen,
34-9; 3. Ava Morrisey, 27-7.
Long jump
3-and-under: 1. Claire Stegeman, 2-8; 2. Addison
O’Mara, 2-6.
4/5/6: 1. Catie Meystrick, 8-6; 2. Karen McCauley,
7-11; 3. Lauren Verslues, 6-7.
7/8/9: 1. Rae Bohlken, 8-8; 2. Ava Morrisey, 7-1; 3.
Hannah Meystrick, 6-6.
immediately respond Thurs-
day to an email seeking com-
ment about the lawsuit. The
lawsuit does not mention how
Hernandez and Bradley are
acquainted.
In another development
Thursday, police in Providence,
R.I., said Hernandez was taunt-
ed in May by a man at a night-
club near the Brown Univer-
sity campus but walked away.
The man followed Hernandez
for three blocks and a crowd
formed, held back by police
while Hernandez got into his
vehicle and left.
Meanwhile, in Massachu-
setts, family and police were
mum on the nature of Hernan-
dez’s relationship to Lloyd, who
played for the Boston Bandits
semi-pro team.
Continued from p. 1
Post 5 had taken a 2-0 lead
in the third before Ballwin tied
the game in the fourth.
Collin Brinker was the
winner, tossing 3
1
⁄3 innings of
scoreless relief. He struck out
five and allowed one hit. Jacob
Koelling started, pitching 3
2
⁄3
innings and allowing two runs
on two hits and three walks
with eight strikeouts.
Post 5 continues tourna-
ment play with a game against
House Springs at noon today at
Ronsick Field in Washington.
Continued from p. 1
Post 5:
Hernandez:
Wambach scores
four goals to break
Hamm’s record
HARRISON, N.J. (AP) —
Move over Mia Hamm. Abby
Wambach is now the great-
est goal scorer in international
soccer.
Wambach scored four times
in the first half to break Hamm’s
record for international career
goals with room to spare in
a 5-0 victory Thursday night
against South Korea.
The four goals gave the 33-
year-old Wambach 160 in 207
games, two more than Hamm
had in a storied 275-game
career that ended in 2004.
Wambach connected three
times in the first 29 minutes
to break Hamm’s mark of 158
international goals, and she
added another in injury time
to give her a nice round num-
ber.
Ali Daie of Iran holds the
men’s record with 109.
“I can’t say how much I look
up to Mia and how amazing
the record she set was,” said
Wambach, who was doused
with a bucket of water after
the game.
After crediting her team-
mates for her scoring prowess,
Wambach said it was a night
she will treasure.
“It was a special night,” said
a soaking wet Wambach. “It
was surreal when it was hap-
pening. I felt when I missed
the breakaway (after the first
goal), ‘Hey maybe it’s not going
to happen.’ But my teammates
were relentless putting me in
those positions, and it’s obvi-
ous.”
The historic 159th came on
a line-drive header that ripped
into the twine in the back of
the net off a corner kick by
Megan Rapinoe.
“I’m just so proud of her,”
Hamm said. “Just watching
those four goals, that’s what
she is all about. She fights
for the ball, she’s courageous
and she never gives up. Her
strength and perseverance is
what makes her so great and
it’s what defenders and oppos-
ing teams fear.
“From being her teammate
early in her career, I know all
she ever wanted to do was win,
and she continues to do that.
I’m just glad I got to share 158
with her. It was short, but it
was fun.”
After the record-setting
goal, Wambach turned and ran
a couple of steps in the direc-
tion of the U.S. bench, then
stopped as Rapinoe jumped
into her arms. The Rochester,
N.Y., native was then mobbed
by teammates on the field and
those who streamed off the
bench as the crowd of 18,961 at
Red Bull Arena cheered wildly.
After the hugs, Wambach
turned to the stands and blew
a kiss toward her parents, Judy
and Peter.
“My teammates know me
super well and at halftime they
said: ‘You’re such an extremist,
you are all or nothing. When
you want to do something, you
just go do it,’” Wambach said
of getting the record. “I am
very much like my father in
that way.”
Other than “perfect ball”
Rapinoe quipped, the only
thing she said after the goal
was “YESSSS!”
“I’m just so happy for her,”
Rapinoe said. “This was an
amazing, amazing accom-
plishment in way less games,
the way she has done it. It’s
incredible to be a part of it.”
Chants of “Ab-bee, Ab-bee,
Ab-bee,” cascaded through the
stadium as officials got the ball
and gave it to the U.S. bench.
The four goals in the friend-
ly were the second most by
Wambach in an international
game, and will allow the spot-
light that has followed her in
her chase of Hamm’s record to
finally dissolve.
Her first goal Thursday
came on a shot in the box past
South Korean goalkeeper Kim
Jung-mi in the 10th minute.
The second came nine min-
utes later in the friendly on a
flicking header.
Lauren Cheney set up the
first two goals on crossing
passes on plays that Wambach
eluded Korean defender Shim
Seo-yeon.
Wambach’s fourth goal
was an easy tap-in after Alex
Morgan made a run down the
right side and centered the ball
to the on-rushing Wambach,
the 2012 FIFA Women’s World
Player of the Year.
Wambach, who was
stopped on a first-half break-
away shortly after her first
goal, had a chance for a fifth
goal, which would have tied
her single-game record, but
she could not get her head on a
cross early in the second half.
Wambach was given a
standing ovation by many
in the crowd when she was
replaced in the 58th minute by
Christen Press. Before leaving
the field, she exchanged hugs
with long-time teammates
Rapinoe, Heather O’Reilly and
Carli Lloyd and a few other
players.
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BLONDIE
BEETLE BAILEY
SHOE
HI and LOIS
FUNKY WINKERBEAN
SALLY FORTH
MARMADUKE FAMILY CIRCUS
ACROSS
1 “Apostrophe (’)”
rocker
6 Decide not to run
10 Artist van __
14 Works about the
country
15 It may involve pi
16 Bone used in
pronation
17 Multiple
Grammy winner
Jones
18 Party animal?
19 Debussy’s
“Prelude to the
Afternoon of a __”
20 Dog aficionados?
23 Word seen
annually on a
November
People magazine
cover
24 Grisham’s gp.
25 Bit of needlework
26 Common soft
drink feature
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formations?
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38 Conan Doyle title
39 Artist who wrote
“Diary of a
Genius”
40 Fodder for the
British tabloids?
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46 Search for
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49 McClanahan of
“The Golden
Girls”
50 Classic Stutz
54 Reason for many
December
returns?
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site
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60 Rhymes of rap
61 Hunger
62 Buzz cut’s lack
63 Starlike flower
64 Horse show
65 Sport with a
wired weapon
66 Park and drive
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1 Sharp put-downs
2 Esteem to the
max
3 Lab glass
4 Start of an oft-
misquoted 1942
film line
5 Valueless pile
6 Down the tubes
7 Element
abundant in liver
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chuckle
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saint
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Qin
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Francis and
Kilgallen
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lineups
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Mancha”
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letters
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32 UCLA VIP, e.g.
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star __ Brazil
35 Genesis twin
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without sticking,
usually
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small, sharp
items
42 Blows one’s
stack
43 Hot times in the
cité
44 Party parting gift
48 Motivate
50 Tend to a duck
51 __ del Sol
52 Hunting
53 Alexander et al.
54 “The Alienist”
author
55 Brobdingnagian
56 Crab pot, e.g.
57 Not much more
than
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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. David
Hartsfield. 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. Summer Sunday Schedule: Worship 10:00 am
and 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. Seth Tyler.
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:
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NL Cy Young winner had been steadily
progressing before the back tightened
after he finished throwing Sunday.
Mozeliak anticipated the team would
have a better handle on the situation
after other doctors in St. Louis weighed
in on the back issue. He said it was too
soon to label starting pitching as a target
at the trade deadline, and wasn’t ready to
dangle top prospects as bait.
The Cardinals had the best record in
the majors despite numerous pitching
injuries. Jaime Garcia and closer Jason
Motte are out for the year and Jake West-
brook missed a month with a shoulder
injury, but St. Louis has gotten big con-
tributions from several rookie fill-ins.
“I don’t know what our needs will
be on July 31st,” Mozelilak said. “The
good news is, we’re playing pretty good
baseball and we have six weeks to sort
through it.”
Carpenter was 21-5 with a 2.83 ERA in
his ’05 Cy Young season and was second
after going 17-4 with a 2.24 ERA in 2009.
Before this season, he had missed most
or all of five seasons due to shoulder,
elbow and nerve injuries.
Last season, he returned from radical
surgery to relieve nerve compression in
time to help the Cardinals earn the final
NL wild card spot. The right-hander is in
the final year of a two-year contract.
Two top relievers from the recent
past, Mitchell Boggs and Fernando Salas,
are in the minors. Boggs, twice demoted
after fumbling the job as stand-in closer,
is back in the bullpen at Triple-A Mem-
phis at his request after making three
starts, and Salas is being prepped for
possible multi-inning middle relief.
Continued from p. 1
is 5-1 against the Cubs, the
lone loss coming last month at
Wrigley Field. He’s won nine in
a row at Busch Stadium.
Molina was 8-for-13 in the
series with a homer and is
11-for-21 overall this season
against Chicago with a homer
and five RBI.
Castro was 0-for-4 with two
strikeouts and is in an 11-for-
85 slump that has dropped his
average to .232.
Castillo’s second homer of
the season and first since April
8 briefly tied it at 1 after David
Freese’s run-scoring ground-
out off Scott Feldman (6-6) had
given the Cardinals the lead.
Matt Carpenter scored from
second on Holliday’s infield hit,
a bouncer between third and
short that Castro got his glove
on but could not contain.
Feldman retired one of the
four hitters he faced in the
sixth, the lone out coming on
center fielder Ryan Sweeney’s
leaping catch at the wall to rob
Matt Adams of a homer two at-
bats after Holliday hit his 11th
also to straightaway center.
The Cards won consecutive
games for the first time since
June 6-7 after alternating wins
and losses for nine games.
Notes: Rookie Tyler Lyons
(2-3, 4.65) opposes the Rang-
ers’ Derek Holland (5-4, 3.30)
tonight. ... The Cubs’ three-
game series against the Astros
is their lone home action in a
stretch of 19 games with Matt
Garza (1-1, 4.98) opposing Dal-
las Keuchel (4-3, 4.23). ... Car-
dinals starters lead the majors
with 41 victories.
Continued from p. 1
force finish.
Danny Green, for five games
the favorite for Finals MVP
thanks to his record-setting 3-
point shooting, missed his first
eight shots and finished with
five points on 1-for-12 shoot-
ing, while Game 6 hero Ray
Allen was 0-for-4 with three
turnovers for Miami.
The Heat have been to
three straight finals, just like
they envisioned when Pat Riley
brought James, Wade and Bosh
together three summers ago.
But it’s been anything but easy
for the NBA’s latest super team.
They lost to Dallas in 2010, suf-
fering the final defeat in Game
6 on their home floor, then
rebounded to steamroll the
Oklahoma City Thunder last
season.
This regular season was
shaping up as a coronation
more than a competition, with
the Heat rattling off 66 vic-
tories, including a staggering
27 in a row. They entered the
playoffs with an air of invinci-
bility, but were pushed as hard
as they’ve ever been.
In the proud Spurs, they
faced an aging core that simply
wouldn’t give in, which had to
make this victory their most
satisfying yet.
The Heat were all but elimi-
nated Tuesday night, down 13
points at the start of the fourth
quarter and five with 21 sec-
onds to play, with the home
fans streaming out of American
Airlines Arena. Then James hit
a 3, Ray Allen hit another, and
the Heat outlasted San Antonio
in overtime to keep their hopes
of defending their title alive.
“It’s like you have a second
chance on life,” Bosh said.
“You’re not going to waste
it. We were revived. We were
dead. We brought ourselves
back to life.”
The Heat made the most
of the kind of second chance
the Spurs have so rarely given
over the years. James found the
perimeter shooting that had
been lacking for most of the
series, hitting consecutive 3s in
the third quarter to get Miami
going after a ragged start.
The reigning MVP also
locked down Parker, the focal
point of the Spurs offense,
forcing him to give the ball up
earlier in the shot clock than
he wanted.
As the game wore on, the
Spurs wore down. Ginobili
fumbled an easy pass out of
bounds, then threw an errant
pass behind Gary Neal, open-
ing the door for James, who hit
a 17-foot jumper for an 83-77
lead with 5:41 to play.
Chris Bosh was scoreless
with seven rebounds for the
Heat.
The Heat were made for
moments like this. They were
made to be tested. They were
assembled to have the talent,
the makeup and the swagger
to withstand even the proudest
challengers. And that’s what
they did.
For James, it was another
step toward rarefied air. Had
the Heat lost, James would
have fallen to 1-3 in the NBA’s
championship rounds, and his
legion of critics would have
been banging on his door with
more “He’s no Jordan” vitriol.
Instead, James delivered
with the clutch performanc-
es that have now become the
norm for him.
He rescued the Heat in
Game 6, scoring 16 points in
the fourth quarter, including
a 3-pointer that put Miami
in position to force overtime
on Allen’s 3. Then he followed
that up with a sterling Game
7 to push those Spurs further
toward the sunset of an incred-
ible, decade-long run.
James missed four of his
first six shots, but started to
find a rhythm late in the sec-
ond quarter. He converted a
three-point play on an acro-
batic drive to the rim and hit
a 3-pointer from the top of the
key for a 33-27 lead, bringing
the white-clad home crowd to
their feet.
Duncan just wouldn’t let
the Spurs fade. The 37-year-
old had a three-point play, four
free throws and another layup
that tied the game at 40 and
Ginobili’s two free throws gave
the Spurs the lead again at 42-
40.
He scored 10 straight point
in the third quarter to keep the
Heat in it, hitting consecutive
3-pointers, and locked down
Parker on defense, all but elim-
inating San Antonio’s offensive
focal point.
It was a heart-breaking way
to end it for these Spurs, who
were 21 seconds from title No.
5 when everything went wrong
in Game 6. Now, once again,
they will face proclamations
of their demise. Only this time,
it may be harder to hold those
off.
Duncan is 37, but coming
off an All-NBA First Team sea-
son and a vintage performance
in the finals. The 31-year-old
Parker is nearing his apex
after one of his finest seasons.
But Ginobili will turn 36 next
month and will be a free agent,
perhaps marking the end of
the three-person core that
helped put the Alamo City on
the NBA map, and keep it there
for 10 years.
They gave it their all, these
Spurs. But in the end, James
was just too much, and a
prophecy came to be.
Back in 2007, when the
Spurs swept James and the
Cleveland Cavaliers for the
franchise’s fourth title, Duncan
found the young superstar for
a quiet moment to tell him the
league would one day be his.
Now James has four MVPs,
two Olympic golds and back-
to-back titles on his resume.
Duncan has been right so
many times throughout his
career. This time, it’s at his own
expense.
Continued from p. 1
Making first trip
to St. Louis since
2011 World Series
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Texas
Rangers manager Ron Washington
insists he won’t have any flashbacks or
cold sweats when his team gets to St.
Louis.
Still, Elvis Andrus remembers how
close the Rangers were to a World Series
championship the last time they were
there.
“Not too good for sure,” Andrus said
when asked of his lasting memory of St.
Louis. “Think about how close we were.”
A three-game interleague series at
Busch Stadium starting tonight will be
the Rangers’ first trip back since the
2011 World Series, when they were twice
within a strike of winning the title in
Game 6 and then blew an early 2-0 lead
in Game 7.
“Good memories — and bad memo-
ries,” said Nelson Cruz, the AL champi-
onship MVP that year after six homers
and 13 RBI against Detroit. “So I’m going
to keep the good ones.”
Cruz was playing right field that Octo-
ber night when David Freese, with two
strikes and two outs, hit a tying two-run
triple just beyond the reach of his glove.
The tying run was scored by Lance Berk-
man, now with the Rangers.
After Josh Hamilton hit a two-run
homer in the Texas 10th, the Cardinals
got even again in the bottom of the
inning after Berkman’s RBI single. World
Series MVP Freese led off the bottom of
the 11th with a walk-off homer.
Rangers reliever Kyle McClellan, who
like Berkman was in St. Louis then but is
now in his first season with Texas, said
even the Cardinals were in shock after
Game 6.
“Everybody, complete uniform, just
standing around (in the clubhouse),”
said McClellan, the Missouri native who
won 12 games that season but didn’t
pitch in the World Series. “I don’t think
anybody realized what we just saw.”
Texas scored two runs in the first
inning of Game 7 the next night, but St.
Louis tied the game in the bottom half of
the frame and went on to a 6-2 victory.
The Rangers and the 1986 Boston
Red Sox are the only teams to get within
one out of a World Series title without
winning.
“I’ve had ‘what-if’ thoughts a lot,” Ian
Kinsler said. “I’m sure it’s going to enter
some guys’ minds, probably will enter
my mind at least once. But it’s over with,
so we’ve got to think three games there
to win. That will be the first thing we will
be thinking about.”
A year after going to their first World
Series, losing to San Francisco in five
games, the Rangers won their second
consecutive AL pennant in 2011 to set up
the matchup against St. Louis. They lost
the AL’s first one-and-done wild-card
game last October.
There are 12 players who appeared
in the 2011 World Series for Texas still
on the team. Five are pitchers, and the
only one not currently on the disabled
list is left-hander Derek Holland (5-4),
the scheduled starter for tonight’s series
opener.
Holland’s only appearance against St.
Louis two years ago was in Game 4,
when he pitched 8
2
⁄3 scoreless innings
and allowed only two hits a night after
Albert Pujols hit three homers in a 16-7
Cardinals victory. Pujols is now in the
same division as the Rangers, playing for
the Los Angeles Angels, with Hamilton
as a teammate.
Kinsler and Holland both like the
atmosphere at Busch Stadium and look
forward to playing there again. Still, it
will be hard to avoid thinking about how
different things could have been.
“I’m sure it probably will once we get
closer to the game time and stuff, but
overall, I don’t think about it,” Holland
said. “Obviously it’s going to hit people,
but we’re not really going to think too
much about it. There’s nothing we can
do. We had a great series against them
and hopefully we’ll have another great
series against them this time.”
McClelland said his World Series
championship ring is hidden in a safe
place. He hasn’t worn it around his
Rangers teammates, but said he and
Berkman, the best Cardinals hitter in
that World Series, “take some jabs here
and there, obviously all in fun.”
With first baseman Mitch Moreland
coming off the disabled list today and no
designated hitter in the National League
city, Berkman isn’t likely to see much
action in his return to St. Louis, where he
was limited to 32 games last season after
two knee operations before becoming
the primary DH in Texas.
Berkman’s new teammates hadn’t for-
gotten 2011 when he joined them in
Arizona this spring.
“As soon as he got here, that was the
first joke,” Andrus said with a smile. “OK,
we still kind of hate him for that series.”
Rangers have mixed memories
AP
Lance Berkman, a former Cardinal,
is now with the Rangers.
AP
LeBron James of the Heat embraces Kawhi Leonard of
the Spurs as Tim Duncan looks on after Game 7 of the
NBA Finals on Thursday night in Miami.
Heat: Clutch performance
Cards:
Great series
at the plate
for Molina
AP
A construction worker from the Ballpark Village site watches the third inning of
Thursday night’s game between the Cubs and the Cardinals at Busch Stadium.
Rehab: Cardinals not saying if trade is in the future
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records ensuring completeness and
accuracy. Excellent customer
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drug test required. We offer
competitive pay, benefits and friend-
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Apply at 1330 Missouri Blvd
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hiring host/hostesses, cashiers &
servers. Full time/part time. Experi-
ence preferred, but will train the right
applicant. Must be able to work days,
nights & weekends. Apply in person
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Jefferson City, MO 65101
District Vacancies
2013-2014 School Year
School Secretary
Part-Time Cafeteria Staff
Substitute Teachers
Contact: District Office
Phone: (573) 636-2020
Central Missouri company seeing a
sales person for sale of construction
materials. Field sales within state
travel. Salary, health insurance and
401(k) benefits apply. Send resume
to: Sales, P.O. Box, Kingdom City,
MO 65262
Culligan of Jefferson City Water
Cooler Sales/Installation
Looking for a motivated person to
join our team! We are a great,
growing company! Come grow your
customer base at the best time of
year by offering cold water to help
them beat the heat! Must be friendly
and willing to approach potential
customers on a daily basis.
Plumbing skills helpful, not required.
Must have a good driving record and
be able to lift at least 50 pounds.
This is a full-time position with in-
credible benefits, including Health,
Dental, Vision, 401(k) with a gener-
ous company match, and paid time
off! Culligan of Jefferson City, 2527
E. McCarty, Jefferson City, MO 65101
bdye@hallswater.com
www.hallswater.com EOE
First Student Transportation
Is NOW HIRING for
2013-2014 School Year!
Company seeks applicants who are
committed to providing safe trans-
portation and excellent customer
service.
No Commercial Drivers License
needed as all necessary training is
provided.
Applicant must be at least 21 years of
age, have a valid driver's license and
be able to pass a drug test and an
extensive background check.
• Competitive Hourly Wages:
$10-$14 per hour starting
• 20 hours a week guaranteed
Extra work is available
Apply at 321 Norman Drive, Jefferson
City, MO
Experienced service technicians
needed. Competitive pay plus
benefits including retirement, paid
holidays, sick time and vacation.
Apply in person or mail resume:
Garrett & Campbell, Plumbing,
Heating/Cooling and Electrical, 523
Nichols Street, Fulton, MO 65251.
Growing glass company looking for
experienced installers. Competitive
pay. Apply within at 2816 W. Main St.
Department of Mental Health/
Division of Behavioral Health
The Division of Behavioral Health is
seeking applications for a full-time
Missouri Substance Abuse Profes-
sional Credentialing Board
(MSAPCB) Administrator position in
our Central Office.
Primary job responsibilities include,
but are not limited to, supervising 2
board employees, overseeing all
financial transactions of the board,
exhibiting and marketing the board at
various state conferences and
events, preparing board meeting
agendas, producing a monthly news-
letter, representing the board at Inter-
national Certification Reciprocity
Consortium meetings, scheduling
and marketing, and conducting
board trainings and programs, in-
vestigating professional ethical
complaints and scheduling testing
for credential applicants.
Education:
A Bachelor's degree from an
accredited college or university is re-
quired.
Required/Preferred Skills:
• Experience using a Microsoft
Windows Operating System
• Knowledge of financial
administration tasks -
Quickbooks knowledge would be
helpful
• Great communication skills and
the ability to communicate with a
variety of stakeholders
• Some travel is required
• Experience in working with a
board of directors
Salary range - $50,000 to $60,000,
commensurate with experience and
education.
Interested and qualified candidates
should send a resume and cover
letter by the close of business on
JULY 1, 2013, to the address below.
PLEASE INDICATE THAT YOU ARE
APPLYING FOR THE MSAPCB
Administrator position.
MO Department of Mental Health
ATTN: Bianca Farr
1706 E. Elm St.
P.O. Box 687
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Email: Bianca.farr@dmh.mo.gov
Fax #: 573-751-7814
Harry's Place Cafeteria is looking for
hardworking and reliable cashiers.
No nights, no weekends. Please
apply in person, 4th Floor, Truman
Bldg. Starting $7.50/hour.
FOR MORE information/application,
visit our website at
www.gocomojobs.com or call
573-874-7235.
EOE:M/F/D/V
POLICE OFFICER
TESTING IS
SCHEDULED FOR
9/21/2013, BY
INVITATION ONLY
*$38,644 - $58,830/year
*plus $.65/hour shift
differential
*$.31/hour equipment
allowance
The City of Columbia, MO is now
accepting applications to develop an
eligibility roster for the position of
Police Officer. Must have completed
two years of college (60 hours
coursework at an accredited college)
with a major in law enforce-
ment/criminal justice preferred. Must
be 21 years of age by hire date. Must
possess and maintain a valid MO
driver's license. Departmental re-
sponse time requires residence with-
in 30 miles of the Columbia Police
Dept. Applicants MUST attach a
TRANSCRIPT from an accredited
college verifying successful comple-
tion of at least 60 hours of college
credit and a COMPLETED
BACKGROUND BOOKLET.
(http://gocolumbiamo.com/Police/Ab
out_Us/documents/police_hr_
background-print.pdf). Official City of
Columbia application form, tran-
scripts & background booklet must
be completed at:
www.gocomojobs.com by August 2,
2013.
Contact our Human Resources Dept.
at 573-874-7235, located at 600 E.
Broadway, Columbia, MO or visit our
website at www.gocomojobs.com.
FREE Bible study in your home or by
mail, 573-635-1690
HAIR STYLIST
with clientele. Booth rental available.
Full time or part time. Very
reasonable. Call 573-690-8539 for in-
formation. Serious inquiries only.
HEAD MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Osage County R-II Schools is
seeking qualified applicants for a full-
time head of maintenance director.
This is a 12-month working/super-
vising position. Prefer experience in
carpentry, plumbing, electrical,
general repair plus ability to file re-
ports. Starts at $14.08 per hour plus
benefits. Fingerprint background
check required. Application and job
description available at the Office of
the Superintendent, 1212 E. Main,
Linn, MO, from 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Monday through Thursday.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Help Wanted! Energetic, self-
motivated individual seeking a pro-
fessional career in retail sales!
Salaried position plus commission.
Send resume to File 2996, c/o News
Tribune, 210 Monroe St., Jefferson
City, MO 65101.
HELP WANTED: Looking for Service
Advisor, Parts Advisor, and Counter
Person for parts & service depart-
ment of Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram
dealership. Parts or Service experi-
ence in franchised dealership or
parts store preferred. Will train for
Chrysler. Please send resume to
cinda@spielersinc.com or stop by
Spieler's, Inc., Business Hwy. 50
West, California, MO 573-796-3129
ask for Kim Spieler.
HOUSEKEEPERS
Experience preferred. Apply in per-
son, Best Western Capital Inn, Jeffer-
son City. No phone calls, please.
HVAC INSTALLER NEEDED
Must have experience in fabricating &
installation of sheet metal duct work
and experience in HVAC equipment
installation. Please send resume to
Kempker Heating & Air, 2804 Forest
Ridge Ln., Jefferson City, MO 65109
or apply within.
INSIDE INDUSTRIAL
SALES TRAINEE
Please apply in person at J.C. In-
dustrial Supply, 706 Virginia Ave.
NIGHT AUDITOR
Full service hotel now accepting
applications for part-time night
auditor. Must be able to multi-task
with excellent customer service and
computer skills. Experience pre-
ferred. Apply in person at the front
desk of the Truman Hotel, 1510
Jefferson St, Jefferson City, MO
65109. No phone calls, please.
3 days - 2 lines
free ads
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publish 3 days
Mon. - Sat.
Items priced at
$20,000 or less
Order at
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or fax to
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Rates apply to private party customers.
Some stipulations apply.
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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, JUNE 21, 2013 D1
CLASSIFIED
Could you use an
EXTRA
$1000 or more
each month
Try Delivering the
Call 573-636-3132
So many people have
discovered the benefits
of being a carrier. It’s a
part time job that easily fits in your schedule without
compromising your family or school time.
Early morning
deliveries; routes
completed by 5:30
a.m. Mon-Fri, and 7
a.m. Sat and Sun.
Must have valid
driver’s license and
proof of insurance
Must be available 7
days a week
Earn Weekly
Bonuses
KRCG 13, Mid-Missouri's most re-
spected media, seeks the following
candidates:
Commercial
Producer/Editor
A creative individual who can com-
plete quality production of local tele-
vision commercials. In addition to
shooting and editing video, this per-
son must be able to communicate
with advertisers and sales team
effectively and be able to work within
tight deadlines. Prior television pro-
duction experience desired.
Technical training and related media
experience helpful.
Digital Media
Sales Executive
A seasoned professional with
exposure to digital advertising sales.
We need a sales executive who
thinks creatively, enjoys working with
a diverse client base, and functions
well independently. In addition to
prospecting new advertisers, this
person will work closely with our
existing sales team to create
opportunities for our advertisers
through display ads, mobile ads, and
deals.
Marketing
Consultant
Are you outgoing? Articulate?
Organized? Good at prospecting? An
experienced sales executive who
thrives on challenges, has excellent
communication skills and a strong
work ethic. Self motivated, outgoing
individuals who desire to advance
their sales career in TV and inter-
active advertising preferred. We offer
a salary plus commission that
corresponds with level of sales
experience.
Submit resumes to:
jobs@krcg.com
All positions require candidates to
have a valid driver's license and a
driving record that assures in-
surability. Background and drug-
screen required. KRCG 13 is an EOE.
www.connectmidmissouri.com
LADIES ACCESSORY STORE
HAS PART TIME OPENING
2-3 days per week including some
Saturdays. Must be mature and have
retail experience. No late hours. Send
resume to File 3003, c/o News Trib-
une, 210 Monroe St., Jefferson City,
MO 65101.
Lawn Care/Landscaper Needed.
Please send resume and contact in-
formation to:
enhancedlawncare@hotmail.com
Local propane company has a posi-
tion open for full time employment.
Position requires a CDL & Hazmat
driver's license. Duties will include
operating truck deliveries to custom-
ers & other related jobs. Experience
preferred but not necessary. Send re-
sume to File 3000, c/o News Tribune,
210 Monroe St., Jefferson City, MO
65101.
Looking for an experienced operator
with a minimum of 3 years experi-
ence with sewer & lagoon work.
Call 573-338-5985
Manager and
Assistant Manager
Subway is currently hiring for store
managers and assistant managers.
Experience not required but pre-
ferred. Send resume to:
jchighstreet.subway@socket.net
Now Hiring School Bus Drivers
For New Bloomfield, Blair Oaks
& Eugene School Districts
Apply online at:
www.durhamschoolservices.com
Or Call: 573-796-2904
No Experience Necessary
Will Train
A Competitive Wage Package
Part-Time Morning
and Afternoon Hours
Evening & Weekend Hours
EOE
Part time help needed nights,
evenings & weekends for general
grocery work. Send resume to File
3005, c/o News Tribune, 210 Monroe
St., Jefferson City, MO 65101
PART TIME HELP
Nights, weekends. Apply at 1908 MO
Blvd., Jefferson City, MO.
Background check required.
Regional Hotel Company expanding
operations is seeking applications for
the following positions:
*Servers/Bartenders; *Cooks/Chefs;
*Sales/Operations; *Front desk - all
shifts (including night audit)
Please apply in person at 4804
Country Club Drive or fax your re-
sume at 573-636-7237
Seeking LPN's & RN'S
Private Duty Case
9 year old Female Jefferson City,
Missouri 65109
Vent, Trach & G-tube
Shifts: Monday- Friday 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
www.ansjobs.com
1-800-830-2737
Advantage Nursing Services
Part Time Sales Agent
The Jefferson City News Tribune is
now accepting applications for a
part-time outbound telephone sales
representative. No experience
necessary, we will train the right in-
dividual. The hours are Monday-
Thursday evenings 6:00 p.m.-9:00
p.m. Guaranteed hourly wage plus
commissions. The qualified
candidate will demonstrate commit-
ment to the company, communica-
tion and organizational skills, and
professionalism. If interested please
email resume to mjohns@news-
tribune.com or mail to:
Circulation Director
Jefferson City News Tribune
P.O. Box 420
Jefferson City, Mo 65101
PART-TIME SECRETARY
Four days a week, Mon. - Thurs.,
from 1:00-4:00 p.m. each day. $10
per hour. Send resume to 1120 Madi-
son St., Jefferson City, MO 65101.
SCHOLASTIC JOB Opportunities
Job Line 632-1787
www.scholastic.com
Shingler wanted- must have ability to
follow instructions and be self
motivated, Must have valid drivers
license, references and background
check. Serious inquires leave
message for an interview between 9
a.m. and 5 p.m. until job is filled.
573-864-0426.
TIRE TECH
position available at Rolla Big O
Tires. Call for more information,
573-426-5599, ask for Kyle.
Veit's Pub & Grill is now hiring part
time and full time servers, cooks and
dishwashers. Interested applicants
can call 573-230-5847 for more in-
formation on applying.
171 Help Wanted - Medical
CERTIFIED MED TECH/
ACTIVITY COORDINATOR
We have an immediate opening, due
to our expansion, for a dual purpose
position as Certified Med Tech/
Activity Coordinator. This position re-
quires a true dedication to care and
assist our senior citizens and can, if
required, administer mediations, pre-
pare a meal and assist the other staff
when needed. Your main function will
be to establish an activity program,
prepare a monthly newsletter and
provide some transportation to and
from our local churches. Part-time
hours now but will increase as our
addition is finished. Applications can
be accepted in the business office
from 10:00 a.m. thru 2:00 p.m. at 355
Karen Dr., Holts Summit. Please NO
telephone calls.
Health Services
Director
Fulton Presbyterian Manor, a not-
for-profit active living and wellness
community, has an opening for the
Health Services Director. We are
looking for an individual who
shares our vision of resident
centered care and our mission to
provide Christian-based retirement
living and health care. Preferred
candidates will have a bachelor’s
degree in nursing with at least 3
years supervisory experience.
Geriatric nursing experience de-
sired.
Responsibilities include budgeting,
problem solving and leading the
nursing department.
We’re the kind of organization
where the work environment is per-
sonal and fulfilling and the work is
rewarding.
Please email your resume to Dawn
Smith, Executive Director at
dsmith2@pmma.org. If you have
any questions please call Dawn at
573-642-6646.
MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST - Part time.
Receptionist experience required.
Salary commensurate with experi-
ence. Must be a professional. Apply
in person at Angel Allen
Dermatology, 3234 W. Truman Blvd.,
Jefferson City.
Residential Support
Specialist
Agency is seeking career minded
person to provide quality service to
persons in the mental health field.
We are seeking people with good
communication skills to assist
consumers with interpersonal and in-
dependent living skills. Hours are
10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. at 20 hours a
week, this is a sleep position (Friday
and Saturday evenings). High
school/GED. Must complete applica-
tion available for download at:
www.mo-newhorizons.com or at the
office at: New Horizons, 2013 William
Street, Jefferson City, MO 65109.
Must also submit resume. Submit to
office or fax to 573-635-9892. EOE
RNs
Full-time Registered Nurse positions
available, evenings/ nights, Monday -
Friday. EOE. Apply at: 3105 Bluff
Creek Drive, Columbia, MO or email
resume to:
hr@thebluffscolumbia/org
RNs
Full-time Registered
Nurse positions
available, evenings/
nights, Monday - Friday. EOE. Apply
at: 3105 Bluff Creek Drive, Columbia,
MO or email resume to:
hr@thebluffscolumbia/org
174 Help Wanted - Drivers
Driver for family owned company.
Reefer operation. Full time, paid
vacation, group health available after
90 days employment, pay
commensurate with experience. No
New York City.
• No touch freight
• 3 years experience in last 3 years
• Must have Class A CDL
Call 1-660-335-4513, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
Monday through Friday
Now taking applications for experi-
enced OTR DRIVERS, end dump
experience preferred, but not re-
quired. Home most weekends. Mail
work history to: Mike Kempker
Trucking, 9701 Old Hwy. 54, Eugene,
MO 65032. 573-821-2072
230 Autos For Sale
BUICK CENTURY, 2002, power seats,
3100 V-6, excellent condition, 101k
Miles. 573-230-3571
Doug's Blvd Motors, Jefferson City
CADILLAC SEVILLE SLS, 1997,
original owner, 101K, mint condition,
new Michelins, battery, water pump.
You must see and drive. 18-25
m.p.g., $3500. 893-5254
CHEVROLET CAPTIVA, 2012, 18K
miles, 2.4 liter 4 cylinder, 28 m.p.g.
on highway, Onstar, XM, power
locks, seats, and windows. Stock
#12099U,1-800-778-8626
Putnamchevrolet.com
CHEVROLET CORVETTE, 1989, 72K,
red, good condition, with cover,
$9400. 573-302-0842
CHEVROLET CRUZE, 2013, NEW, 6
speed automatic, Onstar, XM, 35
m.p.g. on highway, sign and drive for
$218/month lease payment with
approved financing, 10,000 miles
allowance, see dealer for details,
MSRP $19,440, Stock #12465,
1-800-778-8626.
Putnamchevrolet.com
CHEVROLET HHR LT, 2010, less
than 35,000 miles, great gas mileage,
flexfuel, good tires, clean, $13,500.
573-635-4768
CHEVROLET IMPALA, 2011, 51K
miles, 3.5 liter V6 fuel injection, 31
m.p.g. on highway, Onstar, XM,
Stock #12481U, 1-800-778-8626
Putnamchevrolet.com
CHEVROLET MALIBU LS, 2005, V-6,
local vehicle, power moonroof,
priced at $3,950 573-230-3571
Doug's Blvd Motors, Jefferson City
HONDA ACCORD, 1996, runs great,
$1900. 573-301-9337
CHEVROLET IMPALA, 2014, NEW,
LTZ sedan, 3.6 liter V6, Onstar, XM,
brand new body style, Sign and Drive
for $399/month lease payment with
approved financing, 10,000 miles a
year allowance, see dealer for de-
tails, MSRP $36,580, Stock #12517,
1-800-778-8626.
Putnamchevrolet.com
CHEVROLET MALIBU, 2013, NEW,
2.5 liter 4 cylinder DOHC, Onstar,
XM, 34 m.p.g. on highway, sign and
drive for $265/month lease payment
with approved financing, 10,000
miles a year allowance, see dealer
for details, MSRP $26,045. Stock
#12143, 1-800-778-8626
Putnamchevrolet.com
Demolition Derby Cars, 1984 Buick
Park Avenue or 1998 Mercury, good
demo cars, $600 each. 353-1538
HYUNDAI ELANTRA, 2010, loaded, 4
door, 42K, $7,150. 491-3711
JAGUAR B-12, 1983, 2 door, black,
64,000 miles, $3000. 573-680-7262
KIA SEPHIA, 2000, $2,500 or best
offer. 573-694-3367
NISSAN 300ZX, 1988, turbo, great
condition, $3,400. 573-636-7532
NISSAN MAXIMA, 2001, leather, alloy
wheels, moonroof, all power, hwy.
miles, gas saver, excellent condition,
$4699 or best offer. 573-353-6865
NISSAN SENTRA SE-R, 2005, auto-
matic, power moonroof & locks 105K
miles, priced at 6,900 573-230-3571
Doug's Blvd Motors, Jefferson City
OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS CIERA,
1988, great running car with 128,660
miles. Body rough but interior is in
good shape and runs good!! Many
new parts and passed inspection last
year. Full tank of gas and ready to
roll, fair condition, 128,660 miles,
$1,300. 573-201-9766
tflick71@gmail.com
PLYMOTH VOYAGER, 1996, nice
vehicle, $1500. 573-496-0154
SUBARU OUTBACK, 2004, six
cylinder automatic. Recent tune-up,
new plugs, brakes, battery and tires.
All power, leather seats, light interior.
excellent condition. 159K, $6,500.
573-635-7053 or 573-418-1388
pg1051@hotmail.com
TOYOTA COROLLA LE, 2006, auto-
matic, cold air, power windows &
locks, CD player, great gas mileage,
111,000 miles, white, $8000.
573-619-0599
$$ We Buy Junk Cars & Trucks $$
$100-$350. Same day service.
Call/Text 573-639-1688.
SERVICES
100 Adult Care
Locally owned company providing re-
liable, compassionate, & affordable
care at home. We provide qualified
live-ins, homemakers & companions,
meal preparation, housekeeping,
medication reminders, transportation
& much more. 573-291-9803.
Preferred Care at Home
PRIVATE IN-HOME HEALTH CARE,
HIGHLY EXPERIENCED, very caring
and professional, excellent refer-
ences available. 573-418-7180
110 Child Care
24/7 TLC In-Home Childcare
Ages 0-?, prices negotiable, experi-
enced, specialize in infants, close to
Saint Mary's Health Center. Refer-
ences available. Text, 573-469-8804.
Little Wonders is Expanding
and will be offering a one of a kind
summer camp program in its own
new building, for ages 5-12. Call
573-634-0077 for more information.
The Jefferson City Daycare Center,
has openings for 2 or 3 year old,
children. We are an accredited child-
hood enrichment center. Sliding fee
scale for low-income, working
families. Contact the center at
636-6461 or in person at 1002 Myrtle
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.
118 Computer/Internet Services
RELIABLE COMPUTER EXPERTS
Does your computer have a virus?
Blue screen binding you up? We can
fix any computer problem, big or
small. Call us today, 635-9744.
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
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
ALWAYS UNDER PRESSURE
House Washing & Power Washing
Etc. Free Estimates. Call 680-5890.
All types handyman services, re-
modeling, decks, siding, painting,
plumbing, roofing. No job too small.
Licensed & insured. 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
ERIC & HOLLY'S
HOME IMPROVEMENT
Does your home need a new look for
spring? We do roofing, siding,
windows, interior & exterior painting,
flooring. Senior discounts available.
Licensed, bonded & insured.
573-821-2879 or 573-418-5797
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
POWER WASHING - College student.
Free estimates. 619-8081
NILGES POWERWASHING
Powerwashing Siding, Concrete,
Wood & Also Painting
896-5134 or 573-291-0579.
TRU-COAT PAINTING
Interior/Exterior. FREE ESTIMATES!
Credit cards accepted. 418-0721
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.
135 House/Office Cleaning
***AN EYE FOR DETAIL***
Local, Affordable, Dependable
Home or Office, **Insured**
Excellent References 573-864-5822
CLEANING ** INSURED **
Bi-Weekly & Monthly Openings &
Window Washing Available.
We also offer 4 times yearly
**The Deep Clean Plan**
Call 619-1442, ask for Dee
138 Lawn Care/Landscaping
AJ LAWN CARE - 619-5644
Tree Removal/Trimming. Hedge
Trimming. Mowing Bids. Push
Mowing Available. Free estimates.
ALL SEASONS LANDSCAPING
• Landscape design, installation &
maintenance. • Fertilization • Mulch
• Yard Renovation & Clean up.
• Pavers & stone patios & versalock
walls. Call Kris 893-4257
GRASS MOWING - College student.
Free estimates. 619-8081
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.
HUDSON OUTDOOR SERVICES
Lawn mowing, retaining walls, land-
scaping, property cleanup, bobcat &
mini excavator, seed/straw & sod,
etc. Fully insured & licensed. Experi-
enced operator & landscaper.
573-694-8578
MO RIVER BOTTOM TOP SOIL
Garden quality. References.
573-694-0750 or 573-690-7929
MOST RELIABLE LAWN CARE
Spring cleanup, powerwashing,
shrub removal & trim. Licensed & in-
sured. 573-645-6307
www.mostreliablelawncare.com
Rob's Lawn & Landscaping, 694-4777
Tree/Shrub Trimming/Removal
SEEDING, Stump Grinding, BOBCAT
TRACKHOE & GUTTER CLEANING
SCULLEY LAWN SERVICE
Mowing, mulching, limb & shrub re-
moval, 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
ONE GUY & A TRACTOR
Small brush hog jobs up to 5 acres.
Beautiful seed beds for lawns,
gardens or food plots. Call for free
estimate. 573-619-8997
TODD'S Pool & Spa Service
Inground & above-ground sales & in-
stallation, repair, maintenance, leak
seeking. 20+ years experience.
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
B&K CONSTRUCTION LLC
Roofing & Siding Specialists
573-821-3535 or 573-291-6876
Free Estimates
160 Tree Services
A ABLE TREE SERVICE 636-4410
Licensed & insured. Senior discount.
Neat cleanup. Call anytime.
Alford Tree Service
25 years experience. *Trimming *Re-
movals *Stump Removals. Licensed,
insured. Free estimates. 893-5967
RIGHT PRICE TREE SERVICE
573-644-2410
D2 Friday, June 21, 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 6/21 – Cold Blue – 8:30 PM-12:30 AM
Saturday 6/22 – Shea & Silverstreak – 8:30 PM-12:30 AM
B.A.C.A. Meeting – 6:30 PM
Tuesday 6/25 – Skyler Hunt – 9 PM-12 AM
Happy Hour 4-7 Daily / Kitchen Open Late / Never Close Early!
TOYOTA CAMRY, 2007, 102k miles,
3.5 liter V6 fuel injection, 31 m.p.g. on
highway, leather seats, power
windows, locks, and seats. Stock
#11535UA, 1-800-778-8626
Putnamchevrolet.com
240 Trucks For Sale
CHEVROLET COLORADO, 2007, 46K
miles, 3.7 liter 5 cylinder, 24 m.p.g.
on highway, 4x4 extended cab, pow-
er windows and locks, Stock
#11813C, 1-800-778-8626
Putnamchevrolet.com
CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500,
2013, NEW, 2 wheel drive, extended
cab, On Star, power windows, locks,
mirrors $341/month with $0 down
with approved financing, 10,000
miles a year allowance, see dealer
for details, MSRP $31,884, Stock
#12320, 1-800-778-8626
Putnamchevrolet.com
CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2500,
2009, 90K miles, 6.6 liter 8 cylinder
diesel, regular cab, long box, 4x4, LT
Stock #12055A, 1-800-778-8626
Putnamchevrolet.com
CHEVROLET SILVERADO LS, 2003,
extended cab, 2 wheel drive, 5.3 V-8,,
128K miles, price at $8,950 230-3571
Doug's Blvd Motors, Jefferson city
FORD RANGER, 2007, black, 111K,
great condition, $5000. 573-291-9092
GMC 3500 dually flat bed, 2004, 4x4,
39k miles, $13,500. 573-338-1892
GMC SONOMA, 2003, crew cab, 4
door, red, cloth, 4x4, air, automatic,
good runner, 135,000 miles, $5900 or
offer. 230-1693
245 Sport Utility Vehicles
CHEVROLET EQUINOX, 2013, NEW,
2.4 liter 4 cylinder DOHC, Onstar,
XM, 32 m.p.g. on highway, sign and
drive for $281/month lease payment
with approved financing, 10,000
miles a year allowance, see dealer
for details, MSRP $24,580. Stock
#12470, 1-800-778-8626
Putnamchevrolet.com
GMC ENVOY SLT, 2002, a must see!
Purchased new & regularly main-
tained at local dealer. Fully loaded
with power & leather seats, front driv-
er memory seat, keyless entry, power
sunroof, roof rack, running boards,
towing package, smoke free & gar-
aged, with good tires. You won't find
a better maintained vehicle. Kelly
Blue Book - $5400 good condition.
255,000 miles, $3750 or best offer.
573-893-7666 or 573-690-2203.
roze1014@aol.com
HONDA CRV EX, 2008, 4x4, 1 owner,
nonsmoker, dealer serviced, 25
m.p.g. average, excellent condition.
80,000 miles, $15,900. 573-619-6197
JEEP COMMANDER, 2007, 4 wheel
drive, local trade, 3.7 V-6, 68K miles
Priced at $11,900 573-230-3571
Doug's Blvd Motors, Jefferson City
NISSAN Murano LE, 2011, 4x4, leath-
er, premium package. 573-286-1344
OLDSMOBILE Bravada, 1998, runs &
looks great, $1900. 573-301-9337
TOYOTA RAV4, 2008, 4x4, 1 owner,
112K, radio, heater, air, automatic,
clean, great gas mileage, $9,500. Ask
for Bob, 291-2006 or 619-9086.
250 Vans For Sale
PONTIAC MONTANA, 2001, 148K,
runs good, clean, cold air, $3350.
573-645-3365
260 Motorcycles
Brand new 3 wheel 50cc scooter, 260
miles, no tag or motorcycle license
required. $1800 new, will sell for
$1100. 636-6788 or 573-301-5308
HARLEY DAVIDSON SOFTAIL DE-
LUXE, 2005, fuel-injected, custom
exhaust, hard leather bags, heated
grips and more. GREAT BIKE!
Excellent condition, 34,000 miles,
$9,000. 573-893-3092 or
573-353-0313 donleyj@mrrl.org
HONDA SHADOW 750 cc, 2008, 12
miles, showroom condition, never
wrecked, $5500 firm. 573-455-2801
270 RVs/Campers
CHEROKEE GREY WOLFE MODEL
25 RB, bumper hitch, travel trailer,
completely self-contained, 2009
model, like new. 573-897-4573, leave
number & message.
COACHMEN, 2008, 17 ft. fold down
trailer, roof air, $4,995. U S RV Sales,
1513 Industrial Drive, 635-6171.
KEYSTONE HORNET, 2001, 28', su-
perslide, many options, large awning,
power jack, very clean, no smokers
or pets, $10,800. 573-690-6050
Top of the line 2007 Jayco Eagle, 34
ft. travel trailer with 2 slides.
Aluminum framed, fiberglass sides.
Four Seasons, $17,495. Free Delivery
in MO. US RV Sales, 1513 Industrial
Drive, 635-6171.
Ultra Lite Travel, 2009, with slide, 32
ft. Dry weight 5,150 lbs. Ultra Lite by
Dutchman, fiberglass sides, clean as
a pin. U S RV Sales, 1513 Industrial
Drive, 635-6171. Open 9 to 5.
We have two 2012 models - brand
new - we need to get sold this month.
V Cross 34' and Gray Wolf 31', both
have slides. Both from Forest River.
We are ready to wheel and deal on
them. Free delivery in MO. See Jim,
U.S. Rents It RV Sales, 1513 Industri-
al Drive, 635-6171.
280 Boats/Motors/Accessories
BASS TRACKER MAGNA 17 WT,
1992, deep V aluminum, 1998 120
h.p. engine with less than 100 hours,
power tilt & trim, new full bimini top,
runs great, live well, includes 2 new
seats, Minnkota Maxxum trolling
motor & trailer, $4500 or best offer.
573-793-6779
MANY NEW BOATS IN STOCK!
G-3, Sea-Ark, Blazer, Weldcraft and
Precision Jet Boats. Outboard
engines include Evinrude, Yamaha,
Mercury and Suzuki. Some of these
units are 2012 models with great
discounts along with used boats
and motors. Up to 6 years warranty
on outboard engines. We have
trained technicians on hand to
service what we sell. Come and
take a look and take a test ride on
the river next to our store!!
(573)395-4044
INFO@TEAMPWPS.COM
"OUTDOOR ADVENTURES"
SEA-DOO
Sea-Doo has decided to discount
personal watercraft and get the in-
ventory lowered. Huge discounts
on 2012 and 2013 models, along
with a 3 year warranty on ALL units!
Here is a way to try a Sea-Doo and
have some fun in the process.
Attend the Sea-Doo/BRP
demonstration event at Dog Days
Bar & Grill at the Lake of the
Ozarks, try out some new units
then pick the unit you like and give
us a call and shop for the best
deal.....Yep, that easy! Precision
Water & Power Sports...fully author-
ized sales and service center
serving the entire Central Missouri
Area and the Midwest!! If you can't
make the event, just call us for a
great deal! (573) 395-4044
www.teampwps.com Thanks early
for your business!!
(573)395-4044
INFO@TEAMPWPS.COM
"OUTDOOR ADVENTURES"
We provide service on
Evinrude, Yamaha, Suzuki, Mercury
and other Outboard Engines!!
Bulk oil as low as $24 per gallon!!
(573)395-4044
INFO@TEAMPWPS.COM
"OUTDOOR ADVENTURES"
MERCHANDISE
310 Antiques/Collectibles
BLUEBIRD CHINA (32 pieces), $145.
573-636-9732
OAK HALL TREE, excellent condition,
tall, mirror, $300. 573-636-7532
ROLL TOP OAK DESK, excellent
condition, S roll, $500. 573-636-7532
320 Appliances
Appliances for sale. ALSO, DO RE-
PAIRS. Will haul off appliances.
573-796-2711 or 353-9376.
KENMORE refrigerator, white, good
condition, $175. WHIRLPOOL wash-
er, $100. 573-308-9304
Washer & Dryers, $155 and up, 6
months warranty. Electric ranges
and refrigerators, $135 and up, 90
day warranty. 573-896-4157
440 Farm Equipment/Trailers
66 ALLIS CHALMERS COMBINE with
pick up attachment, $750. 55 John
Deere combine, field ready, $4500.
573-782-4489
JOHN DEERE 4020, gas.
573-744-5454
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
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26 @ 6 P.M.
111 SOUTH MONROE, CENTERTOWN
Directions: Highway 50 West to right on Look Out Trail to left on
Monroe St.
Property of Arnold & Beth Johnson etal
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
buyer. 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.
This Older 3 bedroom home located in Centertown can be found on
a 100x200 lot with excellent garden locations. The family is selling the
home to settle the estate the minimum acceptable bid of $26,000.00.
JOHN DEERE, 7 ft. mower condition-
er, good condition, $1500. 635-4651
MASSEY-FERGUSON 40, $2475.
573-286-0938
NEW IDEA 5209 DISCBINE, like new,
can be pulled with a 60 h.p. tractor,
$12,000. 573-301-2148, 619-3897
460 Foods
1/4 BEEF, at the locker, $2.60/lb. plus
processing fee. 573-338-1892
470 Free for Free
6 KITTENS, 1 white, 2 yellow, 3 black,
farm raised, California.. 573-338-8930
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FREE KITTENS, 7 weeks old, males
& females. 573-680-0327
KITTEN, 5 week old black female.
573-208-0503
KITTENS to a good home.
573-480-7941
Mixed breed pup, chocolate, 3 month
old male, housebroken. 544-4127
480 Furniture
2 end tables, 1 coffee table, solid
wood, maple. $75. 573-690-0414
A COUCH, LOVESEAT, RECLINER.
Like new, brown, $475. 353-1876
ALPINE II KIDS BED SET, excellent
condition, new - only 1 year old!
Black bed & mattress/box spring (al-
ways covered), $275. 573-619-1286
B&B Quality Furniture: 626 Jefferson
St., 690-9991. Buying & selling
quality furniture for the entire home.
Bedroom sets, new mattress sets,
bookcases, dressers, & much more!
DINING TABLE/4 CHAIRS/HUTCH,
good condition, $400. 573-636-3213
Large corner wood end table, $60.
690-4181
MATCHING ROCKER RECLINERS,
dark green fabric, excellent condi-
tion, $350. 573-635-2478
MOSIAC HEAVY IRON TABLE WITH
FOUR CHAIRS, WINE RACK, good
condition, $399. 573-418-4866 or
573-635-3967
SOFA & LOVESEAT, tan & ivory,
pillow back, very good condition,
$389/both. 573-893-5020, 619-6757
Solid oak table with 6 chairs, leaf &
table pads, $300. Computer desk,
$25. Small 4 drawer dresser, $20.
Kenmore upright freezer, 20 cubic ft.,
$300. 573-298-0854
SQUARE WOOD END TABLE, $60.
690-4181
WOOD COFFEE TABLE, $40.
619-7722
WOOD END TABLE, $40.
619-7722
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490 Hay/Grain/Feed
AGRI-GRO/AGRI-GRO ULTRA
All Natural/organic Biostimulant root
stimulant (like fertilizer) to get the
best out of your hay fields and
pasture crops
(573)680-7238 or (573)584-3543
Anyone willing to bail 35 acres of
grass/clover on shares call
573-338-4049. 2 miles from Russell-
ville on AA Hwy.
D&R CUSTOM HAY BALING
Twine or Net Wrap 338-6200
492 Health & Fitness
WEIDER, 4 station home gym, $125.
573-280-7452
510 Jewelry/Watches
JEWELRY REPAIR
All repair done right here in our store
by Professional Jewelers.
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520 Lawn & Garden Supplies
CRAFTSMAN 42", 19.5 h.p., 500cc,
rider, 2008, runs & cuts great, new
blades, $600. 573-301-3481
GARDEN TILLER, older, 5 h.p., $95.
680-4789
GOOD RIDING MOWERS, used, $350
& up. Simplicity, 16 h.p., 44" cut,
hydrostat, $450. Garden tiller, 5 h.p.,
white, $200. 573-782-8244 after 6.
RIDING MOWER, 18 h.p., 46" cut,
automatic, $560. 680-4789
New, heavy duty, Zero turn, 50" deck
26 h.p., 2 cylinder with 3 YEAR
WARRANTY. Graessle's, 2222 East
McCarty, Jefferson City. 634-2449
530 Livestock/Horses
ANGUS BULL, 16 months old, semen
tested. Call John Smart 573-676-5420
or 573-864-6977.
BLACK COWS, 2-5 years old, 3rd
period, some with cfs, complete
health program. Cows are gentle &
fancy- Priced right. Buy 1 or more.
573-230-3816
RED POLL BULLS, 4 years old,
gentle. 573-782-3196, 619-0934, or
619-1217.
TOX-O-WIK
Mineral feeder & backrub combined!
Have better fly control this year to
help prevent pinkeye!
(573)680-7238 or (573)584-3543
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.
Handi-cap lady needs power chair,
must be reasonable. 317-941-3039
560 Miscellaneous For Sale
NEVER MAIL CHECKS,
CASH OR WIRE MONEY
TO ANYONE WHO CALLS IN
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exchange for you wiring money are
scams. Please be on guard.
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CABINETS
Glazed maple, solid wood, dovetail,
never installed, can add or subtract
to fit kitchen. Cost $7000. Sacrifice
$1650. Call 573-355-9517.
DOME TENT, sleeps 4, with rain
cover, $45. 635-1436
Dynasty plush, king size mattress, as
seen on Amazon, used 3 days, we
are too old for plush mattress, paid
$949, sell $500. 893-5583
ESTATE SALE: Porch furniture, tools,
crafts & household. 636-4465
GAS LOG FIREPLACE/HEATER,
DESA Intl., excellent condition, vent
free 35" wide, 33" high, 17" deep. Per-
fect for a sheltered porch. Paid
$1,500+. Remodeling so must sell.
$350. 573-636-9985
Green & peach globe hanging lamp,
$50. 690-4181
PARKING SPACES FOR RENT
200 block of E. Capitol, $30/month.
Call 573-635-4865
PRESSURE WASHER, 5 h.p., $150.
680-4789
SNOW CONE TRAILER, ready for
festivals, outdoor functions, etc.,
complete with bottles, cups, display
stand, etc. Asking $4700. 782-4772
TALL BRASS TABLE LAMP, $35.
619-7722
570 Musical Instruments
Baldwin piano with bench, excellent
condition, must see, $800. 635-3610
Band & Orchestra Instruments
Rent-To-Own - Low Monthly Rates
Capital Music Co. 635-2732.
Stringworks: Fine Stringed
Instruments - Your Local contact
573-338-2192 www.stringworks.com
575 Pets & Supplies
20+ Puppies - Non Shed! Miniature
Aussies, Miniature Schnauzers,
Havanese, Shih Tzu Shih-poo,
Malti Poo, Morkies, Yorkies!
11-5 daily Across from Wal-Mart
OSAGE BEACH 573-348-5400
BABIES! Shih-Tzu, Shih-Poo, Yorkie
Poo, small, Sale! 573-259-8534
CHIHUAHUA BABIES! Best of best!
Tiniest of tiny! $150-$400, shots,
trades/payments. 573-642-8008
CHIHUAHUA, short hair, 14 months
old, spayed, with shots, $285.
573-659-7804 or 602-571-9009
English Bulldog puppies, 2 males, 2
females, $1200. 680-7262
ENGLISH CROSS AUSTRALIAN
SHEPHERD PUPPIES, shots &
wormed, 7 weeks on June 10, tri-
color - $120, blue merle - $160.
573-498-6184
FERRETS: 1 male & 1 Female with
cage. Make offer! Call 573-818-4107
PITBULL PUPPIES, full blooded,
daddy is a Razor's Edge Blue,
momma is a Red Nose, $200.
573-680-7262
POMERANIAN, ACA, shots, ready
now, $150 cash. 573-619-4154
POMERANIAN puppies, 8 weeks old,
first shots, $300/males,
$350/females. 573-826-7698
STANDARD POODLES, AKC, 1 black
male, health warranty, $450 or best
offer. 573-619-3357
YELLOW LAB, 4 years old, female,
$250. 573-680-3482
YORKIE, 5 weeks old female, $600.
573-289-4750
580 Sporting Goods
AR-15, Del-ton, excellent condition,
Del-Ton upper on an American made
lower. 2 stage trigger and custom
grips. 16" mid-length barrel. Shoots
great, $925. 573-301-5315
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Custom walnut 21-gun gun case,
glass front, storage drawers, 8'x7',
sportsman dream! $1695. 690-9991
Marlin 336W, .30-30, $350. Romanian
Trainer, .22 LR, $160. North American
Arms Guardian, .32 NAA, $300. Cash
paid for used guns. We loan on guns.
Capital Pawn, 703 Eastland.
573-659-PAWN.
RUMMAGE SALES
600 Rummage Sales East
1 Awesome Sale!
FRI. 7-2, SAT. 7-12. Trendy clothes:
girls 12 - jr. 3, mens small, womens
12, uniforms, new headbands, bike,
IHome for Ipod, jr. golf clubs, sports
equipment, records, crafts, decor.
2010 WOODSTONE RISE
(Seven Hills to Wilmor Dr.)
4 FAMILY SALE
FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8:30 - ?
Home decor, nice clothes - all sizes -
most 50 cents, and much more!
1023 E. McCARTY
CARPORT SALE
Fri. 7-5:30. Jenny Lind bed, exercise
equipment, household, garden, misc.
222 CHEROKEE DR.
DOWNSIZING SALE: SAT 8-2
Interesting & unusual household
treasures. Home decor, dishes,
Pickart China set (Richmond
Pattern), children's books, old school
desk, spool cabinet, antique platform
rocker, antique side chairs, books,
Teddy bears & much more. Also,
vintage DREM Justophot Austria
Photometer, vintage Kodak Folding
Candle Lamp, Kodak Film Tank,
1109 VINEYARD SQUARE
off Moreau Dr.
ESTATE SALE
Thurs. & Fri. 8 to ? Furniture, hospital
bed, wheelchairs, jewelry, pictures,
glassware, lots more.
6319 ROLING RD.
FAMILY SALE - THURS. 7 A.M.-4 P.M.
& FRI. 7 A.M. TO 2 P.M.
Hundreds of hand & electric tools,
tool boxes, tool cabinet, over 30
clocks, some with chimes, several
watches, pocket knives, bicycles,
collectibles, books, lots of misc.
322 FREDRICKS LN., E. McCarty to
Landwehr Hills Rd. to Fredricks Ln.
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GARAGE SALE - Fri. & Sat., 8-?
Misc. toys & household items, 1 year
old Kirby vacuum, all attachments -
$700 negotiable.
106 N. LINCOLN
GARAGE SALE
Saturday 8:00 - 1:00. Some furniture,
cookbooks, Pampered Chef items,
various sizes of clothing, lots of misc.
1111 LESLIE BLVD.
GARAGE SALE - FRI. 8-6 & SAT. 8-3
Swiffer wet jet, Oreck sweeper, wheel
barrel, jewelry, small appliances,
leather travel garment bag, kitchen-
wares, women & maternity clothes,
childrens toys & misc. items.
518 AURORA AVE., off Tanner Bridge
GARAGE SALE
Fri. 7-3, Sat. 8-11. Little girls clothes
12 months - 2 years, & shoes.
Womens clothes S-XL & 2X. 2 potty
chairs, mens clothes (jeans & dress
pants size 40x30), books, VHS, toys,
twin bedspread, misc.
504 MESA AVE.
(between Tanner Bridge & Stadium)
GARAGE SALE
Friday 7-4 and Saturday 8-12. Boys
size 8-12 polo shirts and khakis. Girls
size 6-8 name brand clothing. New
basketball goal in box. Many DVDs,
books, toys, etc. Baby car seat,
stroller, play gym. Home decorations
and seasonal items, and much much
more!
7705 HUNTERS LANE
Route B to Wardsville, continue on
Route W approximately 2.5 miles,
take right in Deer Haven Estates.
Keep right at fork and turn right on
Hunters Lane.
GARAGE SALE: SAT. ONLY 7-?
Belt & disc sander, area rugs, glider/
rocker, antiques & primitives, natural
gas heater, band saw, small kitchen
appliances, TV wall mount, decor.
2108 TANNER BRIDGE RD.
Between Ellis & Lorenzo Green
GARAGE SALE!!!
Saturday 7:30 a.m. to around 1.
Womens/mens dress & casual wear.
Books, sofa, knick-knacks, misc.
items, car seat, home decor.
2332 THERESA STREET
Go East on McCarty, take first right
onto Landwehr Hills and first left onto
Theresa Street
GARAGE SALE
Thurs. 7-6, Fri. 7:30-? Excellent
teacher sale - lots of books & games.
Clothes - women and juniors, baby
girl (0-5), home décor, knick-knacks,
vintage items, small kitchen
appliances, and more!
6005 COBBLESTONE CT.
WARDSVILLE
Turn on Friendship (by Mid America),
1st street on left, last house on left
HOME FURNISHING SALE: FRI. 7-2
& SAT. 8-12. Wrought iron patio set,
sheet & comforter sets, bath towels,
wall decor, frames, decorative pillows
& many knick knacks.
1605 WILMOR DR.
HUGE 5 FAMILY SALE
Friday 7-5 & Saturday 7-Noon. Infant
to Toddler toys (Little Tikes, Play-
skool etc..), baby swing, baby girl
clothes newborn to 3T (Carters,
Gymbore, Childrens Place), little girl
shoes (0-8 toddler), boys clothes
(2T-7/8), mens clothing (L-2XL &
32x32), juniors clothing (XS-M &
0-3/4), kids-adults coats & jackets,
exercise bike, antique rocking chair,
glass top coffee table, home decor,
Christmas & much more. Something
for everyone. You don't want to miss
it.
228 STEPHAN STREET
(off Scenic Drive)
Huge Multi-Family Garage Sale
Thurs. 4-7, Fri. 7-6, Sat. 7-2. Dining
table and chairs, loveseat, other
furniture, lots of boys clothes, car
seats, and so much more!!
511 HOLIDAY DRIVE
Christy to Mesa, 1st right onto
Holiday
Huge Multi-Family Sale
Thurs. 7-6, Fri. 7-4, Sat. 7-Noon.
Littlest Pet Shop, Webkinzs, teaching
& craft supplies. Items priced to sell.
1525 BALD HILL RD.
MOVING SALE: FRI. - SUN. 5-8 P.M.
Chest freezer, 2 bedroom sets,
kitchen table, washer/dryer, coffee&
end table, computer table & comput-
er. CASH ONLY.
505 ELLIS BLVD. APT. C17
MOVING SALE
Fri. 7-6 & Sat. 7-? Dining table/chairs,
convertible crib set, stroller, lots of
kids clothes 0-7 (boys & girls),
household items, books (kids &
adult), sports equipment, lots of toys.
837 SOUTH TREE
MOVING SALE
Sat., 7:30-1:30. Furniture, dishes,
decorations, tools and more.
1308 ELMERINE AVE.
50 East to Clark Ave., go right 4-5
blocks. Elmerine is on the left
Friday, June 21, 2013 D3
CLASSIFIED
PUBLIC AUCTION
Saturday, June 22, 2012 Starting at 10:30 a.m.
Missouri Ave., Chamois, MO
Watch for signs on Hwy. 100
Piano Stool with Glass Claw Feet, Many Pieces of Desert Rose Dinnerware Good
Condition, Corky Pig Bank, Sofa Table, Gold Rimmed Wine Glasses, Amber Hand Vase,
Good Pressed Glass Pieces, Amber Hand Painted Vase, Clear Glass Hen on a Nest,
1950’s Chrome Drop Leaf Table, 3 Cushion Sofa, Oak Rocking Chair, Round 3 Tier Table,
Bedroom Chair, Knee Hole Desk, Side Chair, Desk Lamp, 2 Rose Back Dining room Chairs,
Concrete Planters, Sewing Machines (one portable and one in cabinet), Kimball Organ,
Piano Bench, 33 rpm Records, Magazine racks, Floor Lamp, Duncan Fife Coffee Table,
Wooden Sewing Case, lamps, Rocker Recliner, Antique Walnut Oval Table, Regular Size
Bed, Chest Deep Freeze, Small Refrigerator, Double door Refrigerator, Electrolux Vacuum,
Microwave and Stand, Yard Swing, Ceramic Christmas Trees, Hat Box and Hats, Bedroom
Set (Bed, Chest and Double Dresser with Mirror, World Globe, 2 Silver plate Goblets, Nice
Round Mirror, Oneida Tableware, Wall Mirrors, Several Hand Quilted Quilts, Fine Art
Sliver Ware (Processional ), Rogers First Love Tableware 1845, 2 File Cabinets, Large
Glass Container, Barlow pocket Knife, Pocket Knives, Small Drop Leaf Secretary with 4
Drawers, Wooden Kitchen Table with 4 Chairs, Large Jewelry Box Oak, Elgin 17 Jewell
Man Watch, Elgin 15 Jewell Hunter Case Ladies Watch, Several Old Watches, Gold
Chains, Huge Amount of Costume Jewelry, Fine Jewelry, Step Ladders (Larger and Several
Small), A Few Oil Cans, Tins, Needle work, Tea Towels, Old Kitchen Knives, Depression
Glass Salt and Pepper, Depression Glass Cake Plate, Depression Glass with Lid, Glass
Ware, Creamer and Sugar, Oval Bowl, No 3 Griswold Iron Skillet, Martin Iron Skillet,
Several other Iron Skillets, Cook Books, Large Planter, Alfred Mekin Covered Bowls,
Larger Serving Platters, Candlewick Glass Pieces, Large Platters, Nested Mixing Bowls
Set, Egg Plates, Rolling Pin, TV s, Cake Stand, Several Games, Computer Desk, Living
room Rocker Recliner, Collectible Salt and Pepper sets, Computer Desk, Cake Stands,
Wooden Rocker, Micro Wave, computer Desk, LV Rocker and Chairs, Suit Cases, Wooden
Rocker, Microwave, Depression Glass Pieces, Candy Dish, Wheel Barrow, Corning ware,
GE Dryer, Maytag Washing Machine, Straight Back Chair, 6 Miller Beer Collector Mugs,
2 Maple 4 Drawer Chest of Drawers, Living room Lamps, Large Turkey Platter, Several
Oil Lamps, 6 Miller Beer Collector Mugs, 2 Four Drawer Maple Chest of Drawers, Round
Wooden Kitchen Table, Oscar Meyer Iron Skillet, Metal Lawn Chair, Outdoor Swing, Alden
Thermos, Griswold Flu Damper, Old Lady’s Bicycle, Pet Carriers. Weber BBQ Pit, 7 Up
Cooler, Hand Tools, Aladdin Thermos and Lunch Bucket, Self Propelled Snapper Lawn
Mower, Small Power Mower, Craftsman Riding Mower, Garden Tools, Wash Board, 6X9
Carpet, Bird Houses, Lamps, Ammo Box, Childs Metal Wagon, Old Photographs, Maple
Cabinet, Metal Storage Cabinet, BBQ Smoker, Wooden bench, Pots and Pans, Cookware,
Stuffed Animals, Cedar Chest, Oval Concave Picture of Children, Walnut Parlor Table, File
cabinet, Round Top Trunk, Ladies Fur Coat, Fur Shawl, Exercise Equipment, Some Coins,
Foreign Money, Nativity Set, Pictures, Large Lamp, Everything in the house and garage is
being sold, Many Items.
The Home is a ranch with three bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bathroom. This home has a
Full basement and detached Garage. The right is reserved to accept or reject any or all bids.
The terms are 10% of the purchase price to be paid down on the day of the auction. A clear
title will be given by the current owner at closing. The remaining balance due will be paid on
the closing date. The cost of the title insurance will be split and the taxes will be prorated.
Open house will be held the day of the auction all day. If you wish to arrange for an appoint-
ment to view the home call 573-636-4450 or 573-763-5364.
Ed Waters Auctioneers Scott Hamblin
573-636-4450 573-635-5478
Not Responsible For Accidents - Refreshments Available - Cash or Approved Checks
The Home is a ranch with three bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bathroom. This home has a
Full basement and detached Garage. The right is reserved to accept or reject any or all bids.
The terms are 10% of the purchase price to be paid down on the day of the auction. A clear
title will be given by the current owner at closing. The remaining balance due will be paid on
the closing date. The cost of the title insurance will be split and the taxes will be prorated.
Open house will be held the day of the auction all day. If you wish to arrange for an appoint-
ment to view the home call 573-636-4450 or 573-763-5364.
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, JUNE 23 @ 10:30 AM
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS BUILDING (DAV)
5054 MONTICELLO ROAD, JEFFERSON CITY
DIRECTIONS: 3.8 MILES SOUTH ON HWY 54 FROM ELLIS BOULEVARD
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES
Griesediek Bros Red Cooler; Christmas Tree; Antique Baby Carriage; Copper Wear Pieces;
Dream Santas in Original Boxes; Pfaltzgraff Dishes; Cookbooks; Wild Turkey Bar Sign (appx
50 years old); 3 piece Centennial Jefferson City 1804, 1904 & 2004 pictures; Churchill 50
th

Anniversary Pictures signed by Churchill’s granddaughter; 3 Ducks Unlimited Prints; Old Baby
Dolls; Edison Photograph & Rollers; Zepher Music Box; Tricycle; Wine Cooler; Canning Jars;
Depression Glass; Coca-Cola Glasses; Coca-Cola Trays; 1950’s Lamps; Antique Creamer
Separator; Kerosene Lamps; Tinker Toys; Lunch Boxes; Books; Youth Saddle; Numerous
Paper Items; Old Games & Toys; Antique Stain Glass Lamps; Several Gone with the Wind Style
Lamps; Antique Crank Oak Victrola; Antique Hall Clock;
FURNITURE
Wicker Chairs (4 with Wooden Ladder Backs); Kitchen Table with 4 Chairs; Round Kitchen
Table; Wooden Key Coat Rack; Love seat Hide-A-Bed; Misc Chairs; Foot Stool; Side Tables;
Small Chest of Drawers; Side Table; Two Twin Beds; Full Size Bed; Bedroom Set with Chest,
Dresser with Mirror and Bed Side Table; Secretary Desk; Black metal Shelves; Card Table;
Office Chairs; Floral Print Chairs with Foot Stool; Rolling Tilted Laptop Desk; CD Stand; 3
Drawer Dresser; Computer Desk; King Bed Set with mirror, 2 Night Stands, TV Console &
Upright Mirror on Stand; Thomasville End Table & TV Cabinet; Oak Roll Top Desk & Chair;
Cedar Chest; Sewing Table; quilt Rack; Two Children’s Rocking Chairs; Sewing Yarn Cabinet;
Matching Love Seat & Chair
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
Roper Washer & Dryer; Refrigerator; Vacuum; Lamps; Laundry Hampers; Fans; Pack and Play;
Ironing Board; Large Humidifier; George Foreman Grill; Wicker Baskets; Zenith TV Console;
Baby Gates; Printer with Cartridges; Framed Paintings; Mirrors; Avon Nativity Set; Sony TV;
Area Rugs; Pots & Pans; Luggage;
TOOLS & OUTDOORS ITEMS
Smoker; Black Patio Furniture including 4 Chairs, Love Seat and 2 Tables; Hanging Pots; Plastic
Beige Patio Table; Copper Bucket; Small Camp Grill; Large Webber Grill; Tools; Leaf Blower;
Battery Charger; Bosch Power Miter Saw; 3 Cordless Drill Sets; 2 Razor Scooters; 18 Volt De
Walt Cordless Drill Set; Armstrong 3/8 and ¾ Ratchet Wrenches; Craftsman 10” Table Saw;
Stacked Tool Box 16 Drawers on Rollers;
PROPERTY OF GRIFFITH ESTATE, MR. & MRS.
JEROME BRONDEL & OTHERS
Auctioneer’s Note: Numerous items have been boxed for years and unable to inventory prior to auction.
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.
MOVING SALE
SAT., JUNE 22, 7 A.M.- 1 P.M.
Furniture, household items, bar
stools, air hockey table.
229 FREDRICKS LN.
MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 7 a.m. - 1
p.m. Children clothes, shoes, high
chair, double stroller, baby swings,
toys, home décor, housewares,
books and tools.
2015 TANNER BRIDGE RD.
NEIGHBORHOOD SALE!
Sat. 7-? 7+ families: clothes,
furniture, toys, & more!
LOUIS DR.
Eastland to Nuthatch to Louis Dr.
Rummage Sale for Non-Profit Group
Sat. 9 a.m. Dog stuff including sever-
al small and medium crates, LOTS of
new Christmas gifts and decor, tools,
oodles of NICE miscellaneous and a
Free Corner.
335 TOMAHAWK ROAD
SATURDAY GARAGE SALE
SAT. 7:30-1. Metal shelving units,
foot stool, golf gift items, dishes,
jewelry, lots of paperbacks,
Christmas, photo albums, curtains,
office supplies, exercise equipment,
plastic drawer units, womens plus
size tops, wallets, purses, knick
knacks and lots more.
2409 PARKCREST DR.
Lorenzo Green to Tanner Bridge to
Hoffman to Parkcrest
SATURDAY ONLY SALE: SAT. 7-1
Jogging stroller, Pack n Play, car
seats, boys 3T & up, toys, boys
bikes, men & womens (XS/S)
clothing, shoes, purses, home decor,
small furniture, Intex swimming pool.
1704 LISA CT.- Whitney Woods
Wardsville BIG Basement Sale
Fri. 3 p.m.-7 p.m. & Sat. 8 a.m.-?
LOTS of video (DSI, Xbox, Wii), toys,
books, DECOR lamps, wall hangings,
DVD player, luggage, church organ,
Budweiser steins, girls 10/12 - 18
plus, boys 18 to mens L, jeans 30x30,
womens bottoms 10/12, & more.
5901 STERLING RIDGE RD., Rt. M or
Bald Hill to Roling Rd to Sterling
Ridge
YARD SALE - FRI. 3-7 & SAT. 8-4
Boys clothes infant-6T, Girls 2T-6T,
Ladies S, formals & day dresses,
Mens M & L. Furniture, TV & beds.
Books, puzzles, toys, Barbie Jeep.
Baby items, baby items.
716 E. McCARTY ST.
610 Rummage Sales West
4 FAMILY GARAGE SALE
SAT. ONLY, 7 A.M.-NOON
Boys size 8 & under, girls size 12 &
under & school uniforms, teen girls
sizes 6-10, womens sizes 16, pre-
school & Little Tike toys, smoker, roll-
away bed, dart board, Carhart coat,
treadmill, bookcase, end tables &
lots of books.
2047 W. MAIN
A 3 FAMILY SALE
FRI. 7-2 & SAT. 7-? Jewelry, furniture,
household decor, Coach purses, lots
of household, mens, womens &
juniors clothing. Priced to sell!
106 PALISADES DR.- Emerald Ridge
A+ Big Man’s Sale
Sat. 7-2. Full mens X-Large ward-
robe, young mens S-M, womens
10-14, linens, entertainment center,
kids books, jewelry, purses.
229 LUCRETIA LANE
A "HUGE" GARAGE SALE
THURS. 4-8 p.m. & FRI. 7-1. Years of
hoarding have led to this sale. Lots of
tools, hand & power. Ladders,
scaffolding, fishing, household misc.,
home decor, kitchen utensils,
clothing, pool sticks, poker chips,
lots of Christmas, golf clubs, so
much stuff. Something for everyone!
127 DOUGLAS ST.- around back
A MOVING SALE
Saturday 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. Junior girls
bottoms size 0-4, shirts adult small;
boys youth large-adult small;
women's clothes; Snake Eyes Viper
golf irons; oak curio cabinet; Little
Tike table/chairs; television, end
tables; miscellaneous.
222 GATEWAY DR., Apache Flats
(Business 50 West) to Gateway
* Basement Sale
Fri. 5:30-7:30 p.m., Sat. 7 a.m. to 12
p.m. Girls clothes size 6 to juniors,
books, toys, collectible dolls,
puzzles, too much to mention!
617 NORRIS DR.
BIG NEIGHBORHOOD
GARAGE SALE
Thurs., June 20, 4-8 p.m. Fri., June
21, 7-noon. Sat., June 22, 7-noon.
We have everything!
QUAIL VALLEY LAKE SUBDV.
off Rt. C
CLEANING HOUSE SALE
Fri. & Sat., June 21 & 22, 7 a.m.-noon
Angel collection, decorations for all
seasons, Longaberger, chainlink
fence with gate, clothing & house-
hold items, tires & truck rims.
DON'T MISS THIS ONE!
3901 RUSTIC LN.
Hwy. 54W to Monticello, right on
Greenbriar, left on Rustic
! FANTASTIC SALE !
Thurs. 4-7 p.m., Fri. 8-1 (?). Desk,
mini refrigerator, nice blackboard &
dry erase easel, Harmony House
china set, tons of name brand
clothes (girls sizes 5-14, womens XS-
M). Over 30 pair of shoes (many nev-
er worn!), soccer gear, kids books,
home decor & so much more!
120 DONALD AVE.
(behind West School)
FRI. & SAT. 8-1. Sofa, futon,
collectibles, entire room of
Christmas, baby swing, exercise
equipment, wall art, lighting. All
priced to sell.
APARTMENT AT
2111D. ST. MARY'S BLVD.
GARAGE SALE
Fri., 4-7 p.m. & Sat., 7-noon.
Construction materials, toys, boys
baby, toddler & youth sizes, nice
female clothing, jewelry, house
décor, books, glassware, misc.
items, car seat, exercise equipment,
high chair, dishes, home decor, tools
and much more!
3837 SCARBOROUGH WAY
near Cole Co. fairgrounds
GARAGE SALE - Fri. 8-5, Sat. 8 - 12
Name brand clothes (girls 5-8, boys
8-14, school uniforms, misses 2-10,
mens XL). Stanley full size bed with
storage, desk & hutch (red). Pottery
Barn bedding, toys, DVDs, books,
golf clubs, booster seats, Nerf guns,
Razor electric dirt bike, kids 12" Trek
bike, Polaris 250 ATV, push mower,
TVs, computer printer parts, lots of
household items including stainless
kitchen sink.
3609 TYLERS RUN CT., Country Club
Estates, stay straight on Sherwood,
left on Tylers Run - sale in basement
GARAGE SALE - QUAIL VALLEY
Fri. 7-3, Sat. 7-Noon. Childrens
clothes: girls 0-2, boys 2T-7, toys,
furniture, baby bed, stroller, bouncy
seats, childrens books, games,
puzzles, household items.
2705 COVEY LANE
GARAGE SALE - QUAIL VALLEY
Thurs. 4-8; Friday 7:00- 4:00
Weber gas grill, golf equipment
(Ping, Calloway, Tommy Armour, Sky
Caddie); Comforters -7-piece King &
Queen; car battery charger, pre-
school books toys, household &
Christmas items, lots more.
2854 FOXDALE DR.
GARAGE SALE
Fri. & Sat. 7-? Various childrens
clothing, books, household items,
toys, dog kennel, misc.
110 ARDEN DR.
GARAGE SALE
Fri. 7-? & Sat. 7-12. Children & adult
clothing, toys/games/puzzles, bath-
room vanity, home decorative items,
kitchen island, antiques, linens.
806 PRIMROSE LN.
GARAGE SALE
Fri. 8-4, Sat. 8-1. Beer lights, antique
safe, pinball machine, collectible
dolls, misc.
1413 SATINWOOD DR.
GARAGE SALE
Sat. 8-12. Leather couch, marble
coffee table, patio furniture, air
hockey table, small toys, misc.
310 KENT ST., Scott Station to Mall
Ridge to Kent St.
GARAGE SALE: SAT. ONLY 6-2
Clean clothes priced to go! Toddler
girls, boys, mens shirts, womens,
shoes, TV, china, baby girl items.
512 MEIER DR.- Dix Rd. to Boonville
Rd., stay left at Y, left on Livingston,
right on Meier.
GARAGE SALE
Saturday 6/22. Baby clothes, kids
baseball items, glassware, much
more
1115 CHARM VILLA DR.
Big Horn to Charm Ridge to Charm
Villa
GARAGE SALE
Thurs. 3:00-?, Fri. 7:30-?, Sat.
8:00-12:00. Gas grill with side burner,
charcoal grill, futon, 32" & 36" storm
doors, name brand womens (Ann
Taylor Loft size 10), juniors (small) &
mens clothing, accessories, tons
household miscellaneous.
116 DEL MAR
Located in the Emerald Ridge Sub-
division
GARAGE SALE
Thurs., Fri. & Sat., 7 to 3:30
PlayStation 2 with over 20 games,
tools, weedeater & leaf blower, name
brand baby & toddler clothes, DVDs,
Animation, couch with 2 chairs, TVs,
new JVC camcorder & lots of other
misc. too much to mention.
5504 SOUTH BROOKS DR.
GARAGE SUPER SALE
Saturday 8-Noon. LIKE NEW ITEMS,
electronics, counter-height chairs,
over range microwave, art supplies,
Canon cameras, X-box, small flat
screen, lawn and garden, tools,
clothes, home furnishings & more!
210 AMADOR AVE.
Truman to Ventura, right on Amador
Ave., down hills to home on the left
GIGANTIC SALE- 6 FAMILIES
FRI. 7-5 & SAT. 8-NOON
LOTS & LOTS of girls clean, hung,
name brand clothes (18 months-7/8),
toys, Graco toddler & infant car seats
with bases, Lincoln Logs, Lexmark
printer/scanner, Avon, Ergobaby
carrier, large mirror, Pooh & Friends
collectibles, Precious Moments dolls,
pictures, costume jewelry, nice, clean
& hung clothes (many name brands)
- womens S-2XL, mens L, adult &
children shoes, coats, queen
comforter sets, poker set, books,
crafts, dishes, Leap Frog Leap Pad
with cartridges, gas grill, tools &
much, much more!
326 ARDEN DR.- off Rainbow Dr.
HUGE MULTI-FAMILY
Including Baby & Maternity
Thurs. & Fri. 8-4, Sat. 8-12. Baby boy
clothes size newborn - 2T, brand
names - great condition, brand name
maternity clothes - like new, size M &
8, brand name womens clothing
sizes S-1X, tons of shoes, household
items, cherry pub table with 2 chairs,
bakers rack, 1997 Lincoln Town Car -
$3750 or best offer.
1950 SARATOGA BLVD., Southridge
Dr. to Roling Hills Dr. to Lexington Dr.
to Saratoga Blvd.
LARGE SALE
Fri. & Sat 8-3. Boat, motor and trailer,
tools, metal shelving, filing cabinets,
outdoor storage, large selection of
clothing, ladders, lawn tools,
exercise equipment, camping equip-
ment, misc. items, sports equipment,
Sony big screen TV, fishing equip-
ment, antiques and much more.
4215 STURBRIDGE
MASSIVE MOVING SALE
SAT. & SUN. 8-6. Furniture, dishes,
home decor, Christmas decor, toys,
girls 18 months - 4T, antiques,
hunting & fishing gear, crossbow,
game caller, lawn & garden, tool,
bikes, Jon boat with motor,
commercial ice maker & vacuum
packer, processing equipment, steel
tables, swing set, chicken supplies &
tons more!
40999 SESTAK RD.- Russellville
573-301-9960, Follow up sales as
needed, call for information.
MOVING SALE - FRI. & SAT., 7-4
Furniture, clothing, Helias uniforms,
toys, tools, lots home decor, bi-
cycles, small appliances & more.
1005 SYCAMORE VALLEY DR.
Rainbow to Henwick to
Sycamore Valley
Multi-Family Rummage Sale
Fri 7-1. Clothing: boys 0-4, girls 0-18
months, misses, men's. Jewelry,
baby furniture, home decor,
camouflage clothes, toys,and more!
2628 LAKE VALLEY DR.
Off Idlewood Dr.
MULTI-FAMILY SALE
FRI. 7-1 & SAT. 8-12. Childrens
kitchen set, adult & childrens clothes,
19" TV, Sony DVD player, video
games, adult & childrens bikes, misc.
household, childrens toys, games &
comic books.
202 MADELINE'S PARK CIRCLE
MULTI-FAMILY SALE
Fri. 7:30-5:00 & Sat. 7:30-noon.
Quality women's clothing - girls
clothing 4-5 & 10-14. Men's clothing -
outdoor gear, misc. household items,
bedding - antique dining room table -
toys, jewelry, TV.
2024 AUTUMN
Tower to Primrose to Autumn
PARKING LOT SALE
SAT., 7 A.M. -?
Clothing - all sizes (infant to
children's clothing), household items,
home decor, air conditioner, baby
gear. A little bit of everything.
124 WREN PARKWAY
Apache Flats - look for signs
RUMMAGE SALE
Sat. 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Wide variety of
household items, etc.
824 WEATHERED ROCK ROAD
620 Rummage Sales North
3 FAMILY SALE - Fri. 8-6 & Sat. 8-1
Tons of boy & girl clothes 0-4T,
stroller, car seat, toys, books, games,
furniture, dog crates, pool, teacher
supplies, appliances, collectibles,
Precious Moments & much more.
425 SPRING AVE., Center St. to Kar-
en St., right onto Northrup, left onto
Spring, go to end of cul-de-sac
AIR CONDITIONED INDOOR
RUMMAGE SALE
8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Thurs., Fri. & Sat.
Thomas organ & other treasures,
most items $2 & under. No early
birds or phone calls.
AMERICA'S BEST VALUE INN
HOLTS SUMMIT - behind Phillips 66
BIG GARAGE SALE
Fri. 7-5 & Sat. 7-11. Toys, sports,
furniture, clothes.
2974 CO. RD. 490
off Hwy. TT, New Bloomfield
CHEAP - CHEAP!
Thurs. 4-8 p.m., Fri. 7-5. Table saw,
push mower, chain saw, computer
accessories, deep fryer, auto
accessories, girls clothes 5-10, boys
10-13, mens 30-38 XL, womens S-
XXL, lots of misc.
Hwy. 54 to OO/AA Exit, go right &
follow signs to Co. Rd. 4031
FABULOUS GARAGE SALE
Sat., June 22, 8-4
42" Plazma TV, dog steps, dog
supplies, jewelry, college refrigerator,
PS3 games, infant to adult clothing,
shoes, purses & crafts.
130 RIEF CT., HOLTS SUMMIT
behind Moser's
GARAGE SALE - FRI. 8-4 & SAT. 8-1
Baby boy clothes 0-12 months, misc.
baby items, maternity clothes - L-XL,
mens & womens clothing & other
misc. items.
1003 CHOCTAW RIDGE
Holts Summit
GARAGE SALE: SAT. & SUN. 9-5
Household items, yard tools, antique
light, books & more!
120 RILEE CIRCLE APT. A
Holts Summit
MOVING SALE
Friday 7-2, Saturday 8-12. Household
items, home decor, craft items,
women's clothing 10-12, many items.
9456 TASHA LN., NEW BLOOMFIELD
Ryan's Lake Subdivision
LARGE CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE
Sat. 7-? Many items including 169
interlocking edging bricks - 75 cents
each. Over 600 sq. ft. dark mahogany
floor laminate - 50 cents per ft., paid
over $4/ft. 80 gallon water heater,
$75. Ammonia tank, $100. 13 differ-
ent exercise machines, $5/up. Sever-
al large BBQ grills, $10 each.
Trimming mower, $10. 573-636-7956
HARVEST TIME MINISTRIES
100 CHET-JAC DR., HOLTS SUMMIT
MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALES
Thurs. & Fri., 8-? Exercise equipment,
home decor, queen size hide-a-bed,
clothing & lots of toys.
159 & 209 NORTHRUP AVE.
Holts Summit
YARD SALE
Fri. 9-3 & Sat. 9-Noon. Womens
clothing M-L, lots of misc. household,
car seat, some childrens items.
16 F STREET, HOLTS SUMMIT
Winterwood Estates
640 Rummage Sales Fulton
STONEHAVEN ESTATES
NEIGHBORHOOD SALE: Sat. 7-?
Clothes, household goods, guns, etc.
Located off west side of Hwy. 54,
between exits F & H,
on Pendergras Rd. Look for signs
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1001 Madison 636-3171
www.schrimpfmg.com
1 & 2 bedroom apartment located at
1128 E. High Street $375-$425, new
carpet. Water, sewer & trash
furnished. No pets. Section 8 okay.
634-3466
1 & 2 bedrooms, $335-$435, see
www.jeffcityapartments.com
1 & 2 BEDROOMS starting at $310.
Includes some utilities. 573-634-4761
or www.crmjc.com
1 LEFT AVAILABLE NOW!
PEPPERTREE SQUARE
• 1 LEFT - 2 bedroom, 1 bath
• Quiet Southside area
• Pool, private parking $420
No lease no pets. 634-7735
1 BEDROOM, 1 bath, all utilities paid,
$450. 634-7474
D4 Friday, June 21, 2013
CLASSIFIED
JUST A PARTIAL LISTING,
TOO MANY ITEMS TO LIST!
THIS IS A GREAT COLLECTION
OF HARD TO FIND ITEMS.
DON’T MISS THIS SALE!
AUTOMOBILE — SELLS AT 1:00 P.M.: 2003 BMW745I Sedan platinum color with leather
interior with all options; new tires, top of the line 137K miles looks new.
ANTIQUE GUNS —SELLS AT 1:30 P.M.: 12 Winchesters in MDL 1866, 1873, 1876, and
1886 in various calibers in very good condition; COLT SA Army 45 engraved with nickel silver overlay; COLT SA
Army 45 cavalry proofed Clark; other Colt SA Army model 1873’s in various calibers, see website for pictures
and more complete descriptions; Colt Lightning large frame rife; Colt MDL 1873 Army revolver engraved
with 7 ½”barrel; 12ga coach gun marked Wells Fargo & Co.; Over 20 antique guns all manufactured before
1898.
ANTIQUE AND DECORATOR FURNITURE — Round Oak table with claw feet;
3pc western style leather look living room suite; Pair king size wing back chairs; 4pc queen size Rococo
bedroom set; Victorian style queen size tall bed and dresser; Set of large chairs with lion heads; Mission Oak
harvest table with 6 leather covered chairs; Pair marble top end tables; Mission Oak sofa table; Mission Oak
bookcase with sliding doors; Pair of display pedestals; Several Oak & Walnut parlor tables; Pair of French arm
chairs with leather seats; Chippendale teachers desk; Mission Oak library with ladder; Pair lawyers 5 stack
bookcases; Pair cowhide covered arm chairs; Set of 6 heavy arm chairs with draw leaf Oak table and leather
seats; Several leaded glass table and foor lamps; pair oval tea cabinets; Starnes eterge; Glass top table with
carved horse base and 4 matching chairs; Pair Sphinx chairs; 8 leg Chippendale bed bench; Several pieces of
Mission Oak furniture.
INDIAN ART & ARTIFACTS — Collection of fint points including, Clovis, Dixon, Etley,
Snyder, Dalton eccentrics and other types; Large stone ax; Several other axes of diferent types; Popeye bird
stone; Rose Quartz banner stoner; Beaded pipe bag; Cherokee type bird and animal ef gy pipes; Presidential
peace medals on collar; Bufalo tooth necklace ; Large hand woven Navajo rug.
COWBOY & OLD WEST COLLECTIBLES — Fancy spurs; Jack Daniels Oak whiskey
barrel; hand cufs; Law of cers badge collection; Steel strong box; Ball & Chain; Stag handle hunting knife;
Set of steer horns; Chaps; Full body bear mount; ART: Nice collection of Western art prints some limited
edition—G Harvey; Bev Doolittle; Don Grif th; Ralph Wall, Frederick Remington; CM Russel; and other
artists; Winchester advertising prints and more!!
BRONZE STATUARY — Several life size kids statues on log; kid’s under umbrella; Boy on
stump fshing; Eagle with fsh; Fighting Elk; Girl on bench with dog; WESTERN: Large Coming
through the Rye; Bronco Buster; Mountain Man; Stage coach and others stamped Frederick Remington; CM
Russel and others; Large Bronze Eagle on table with silver overlay; Large mermaid fountain and others.
RARE COIN COLLECTION — Over 200 Morgan and Peace dollars in various grades; Carson
City Morgan dollars; Nice collection key date and UNC Morgan dollars; Indian head cents; Walking Liberty
halves; Bufalo nickels; Trade dollar; Seated dollar, and more, nice collection paper blanket bills; GOLD:
US $20 Liberty and St. Gaudens; $10 Indian; $2 ½& $5 Indians; $1 gold; US $50 1 oz eagle and 102 Gold
Bufalo set of silver eagles.
JEWELRY — 14k ring with 2ct round Diamond solitaire; 14k ring with 3ct Princess cut Diamond
solitaire; 14k ring with 1ct round Diamond solitaire; 14k ring with 2.77ct round Diamond solitaire; 14k ear
studs with 1ct diamonds; 14k bracelet with 8ct diamonds; Strand of genuine pearls; 14k ring with 6ct ruby;
Nice selection of fashion rings with Diamonds and Rubies, Sapphires, Emeralds, Amethyst, Blue topaz, and
other precious and semi-precious stones.
PUBLIC AUCTION
One BIG Session
Saturday, June 22, 2013 - 10 a.m.
Large Estate of Indian art and artifacts; Collectibles; Antique and modern ornate furniture; Antique
gun collection; Bronze statuary; Rare coins; Jewelry; Automobiles and more, a partial list is:
Terms: Cash, Check with Proper I.D.,
VISA, MasterCard, 5% Buyers Premium.
Preview starts 9:00 a.m. sale day. All items
sold as is—except coins—and jewelry—
guaranteed as catalog states As Always—
Free Snack Bar and Soft Drinks
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Sale Conducted By
FIRST WESTERN AUCTION
Auctioneers: Ed Mast, Mike Mast
660-973-1043 660-973-4058
For more info, visit: www.firstwesternauction.com
Selling Real Estate, FarmLiquidation, Fine Antiques &Collectables since 1978
+++++++++++++++++++++++++
Midway Expo Center, 6401 W.I. Hwy 40
Corner of I-70 and Hwy 40, Columbia, MO
Directions: Take exit #121 of I-70, go north turn into Midway, go by
motel and restaurant then up the hill to Expo Center
Watch For Signs – approximately 3 miles west of Columbia
Auction managed and conducted by:
Fahrni-Tambke Auction Service
Russellville, MO
Don Fahrni, Auctioneer - 573-782-3215
ESTATE AUCTION
Due to the death of my husband, Richard, I will offer at public
auction the following real estate and personal property at my
home at
37026 Highway T, California MO.
From Jefferson City take Highway C, 20 miles to Highway T.
Follow T, 2 miles to sale (Watch for sale signs).
SAT., JUNE 22 at 9:00 A.M.
REAL ESTATE - SELLS AT 12:00 P.M.
Home may be seen by appointment only by calling
573-796-0294.
The home is a three bedroom brick ranch located on
approximately 3 acres. The home has approximately 1,600
sq. ft. on the main floor plus full basement. It features 1 1/2
baths, large deck and deep well. It also has propane heat and
new central air. The home sells with dishwasher, electric
range and garbage disposal. Many nice shade trees are on
the property. The owner is highly motivated to sell but does
reserve the right to reject the last bid.
TERMS: Taxes will be prorated. 10% down day of sale with
balance in 30 days. Owner will furnish good title.
ANTIQUES AND HOUSEHOLD
(Sale starts with these items)
Kenmore side by side refrigerator with water and ice maker,-
white, Magic Chef microwave oven, old round oak table,
old corner spool table, old school desk, dinette table w/8
chairs, queen size sleigh bed, small spinning wheel, Kenmore
refrigerator-white, antique bench, love seat, lamps, portable
color T.V., glass front stereo cabinet, lot of pictures & frames,
twin bed, 3 piece end table & coffee tables, magazine rack
table w/lamp, T.V. cabinet, computer desk, 2 drawer file
cabinet, antique wash pitcher & bowl, small antique wash
pitcher & bowl, old bowl & pitcher stand, wood stove, old
stillyards (scales), small portable refrigerator, sausage
grinder, fan on stand, patio table & chairs, 4 piece lawn wicker
set, high chairs, large stereo & T.V. center, baby bed, book
shelves, humidifier, desk chair, all kitchen items (dishes, pots
& pans, utensils, electric appliances...) Bread maker, 2 stools,
lot of what nots
PORTABLE SHED - (Sells after home)
9x12 portable shed - nice
LAWN EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS
Poulan Pro riding lawn mower, 19.5 hp., 42” cut, hydro., clean,
nice - 2 yrs. old; Troy-Bilt chipper - vacuum, good; Craftsman
portable table saw, 8”; workbench, Craftsman sander,
Craftsman buffer, Black & Decker skill saw, DC power supply,
battery charger, 20” push lawn mower, 2 weed trimmers,
Earthquake MC 43 small tiller, lot of electric tools, 2 air tanks,
large Sears air compressor, many hand tools, skill jug aw,
electric chain saw, set of tools, jack, grease guns, jumper
cables, alum. tool box for pick-up truck, Black & Decker drill,
hand sprayer, wheel barrow, come along, old fence stretcher,
post driver, tool boxes, chain binder, antique log hook, bolts,
nuts, nails, & other misc. items
MISCELLANEOUS
Weber b-b-q grill, smoker w/access, shelving, several
ladders, 2 Kenmore heaters, 2 quilt racks, girl’s bicycle, lot of
Christmas decorations, ice cream freezer, fish fryer, trolling
motor, computer, trash compactor, several coolers, live
animal cages, gas grill, other items too numerous to mention
ANTIQUES AND HOUSEHOLD
(Sale starts with these items)
ALICE BERNSKOETTER, OWNER
Fahrni-Tambke Auction Service, Russellville
Don Fahrni and Jim Tambke, auctioneers, 573-782-3215
Statements made day of sale take precedence over printed material.
Terms: Cash or Check w/ proper I.D. Not responsible for accidents
Lunch served by Outlaw Baseball Team
N.T. 6/21
1, 2 & 3 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
2 & 3 BEDROOM TOWNHOMES
Corporate Units Available
839 Southwest Blvd.
635-0613
http://www.devillesw.com
1 BEDROOM, 1 bath, centrally locat-
ed, $335 - $365. 634-7474
1 BEDROOM, 1 bath, water/sewer
paid, $285/month. 573-619-8096
1 BEDROOM, $375; all utilities, $500.
Elm & Broadway. 301-0182
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, $450. 1516
Sunset Lake Rd. 573-289-2062
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, in a four-plex,
water/trash paid, no pets, 1623
Chaddsford, $450. 573-893-5255
2 BEDROOM, 2 bath, laundry
hookups, water, sewer, trash paid.
Centrally located. No lease. No pets.
$495 rent/$495 deposit. 690-1818
2 Bedroom Apartments, large rooms,
very clean, freshly painted. Starting
at $380. 761-7404. camelotjcmo.com
2 bedroom, no steps, Southwest
Blvd., washer/dryer, $450. 680-1642
2 BEDROOM, Southridge Dr., $370.
No pets. 634-2950
2 BEDROOM, water, sewer & trash
paid, laundry hookup, off street
parking. No pets. $425. 619-9091
3 BEDROOM, 316 Dunklin St.,
laundry hookups, water & sewer
paid, $475/month. 619-8096
3 BEDROOM, $575 + $400 deposit.
Section 8 welcome. 659-6636
505 Ellis Blvd., Jefferson City
(573)636-4141
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1, 2, 3 Bedroom Apartments
Townhomes & Duplexes
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573-893-5759 or 694-9398
A place to call home...
LAKESIDE APARTMENTS
1 & 2 bedroom apartments.
All electric. Fully applianced with
microwave. Trash, water & sewer
paid. Laundry facilities on site.
Office, 120 Amador Apartment 5
Call 893-6227
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advertised herein is subject to the
Federal Fair Housing Act, which
makes it illegal to advertise any
preference, limitation, or discrimina-
tion because of race, color, religion,
sex, handicap, familial status, or na-
tional origin, or intention to make any
such preference, limitation, or dis-
crimination.
We will not knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate which is in
violation of the law. All persons are
hereby informed that all dwellings
advertised are available on an equal
opportunity basis.
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Apartments, Duplexes, Houses
$350 & UP. Lori @ 694-4014.
8-4, Mon.-Fri. & 10-2 on Sat.
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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.
Courtyards @ Cherry Creek
2 bedroom, 2 bath
Internet & trash paid
Clubhouse, heated pool
Furnished units available
$850 - call now! 690-1818
DARLING STUDIO apartment with all
utilities included, large walk-in closet,
lovely kitchen cabinets, available
now, $600 + deposit. 573-793-2552
or 573-286-0349.
HIDDEN OAKS
APARTMENTS
839 Southwest Blvd. 636-4964
http://www.devillesw.com
2 bedroom, 2 bath, washer/dryer
hookups, appliances, trash
furnished.
Jefferson Heights Apartments
Quiet, west end location in park-like
setting. Hardwood floors, pet friend-
ly. Studio, 1 & 2 bedrooms. Water,
sewer & trash paid. 635-1722
LAKESIDE APARTMENTS
1& 2 bedroom apartments.
Call 893-6227
Office: 120 Amador Apt. 5
NEW 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX
• Large bedrooms, lots of large
closets
• 2 Bathrooms, Garage
• $725. No lease, no pets. 690-1818
Realty of Jefferson City, MO, Inc.
2 or 3 bedroom, West, $425-$995.
www.actionrealtyrentals.com
REMODELED 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath,
laundry on-site, includes storage
area & trash service, off-street
parking, non-smoking & no pets,
$475/month + deposit. 573-793-2552
or 573-286-0349.
SUBLEASE - Aspen Heights Com-
plex apartment, Columbia, MO.
Monthly rent $564. Ready Aug. 2013.
573-680-4772
740 Duplexes For Rent
** DUPLEXES **
2 bedroom, 1 bath duplex, no steps,
garage, nice yard, Russellville, $515.
2 bedroom, 1 bath, rec room & gar-
age, $495.
2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1 car garage,
nice yard, Holts Summit, $650.
2 bedroom, 2 bath, garage,
screened-in porch, Wardsville, $625.
New 2 bedroom, 2 bath, garage,
vaulted ceilings, deck, West, $795.
New 3 bedroom with rec room &
garage, West, $895.
Schrimpf Management
1001 Madison 636-3171
www.schrimpfmg.com
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, central loca-
tion, 1901B Cedar Hill, $450/month +
$450 deposit. No pets. 573-635-2255
2 BEDROOM, 2 bath townhome, very
nice, West, $545. 634-7474
2 BEDROOM, 2 bath, washer/dryer
hookup, garage, 1 level, no steps,
West end, no pets, $585/month.
573-644-4636
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, 1 car garage,
Tanner Bridge, $700. 680-2584
3 year old, West end, 3 bedroom, 2.5
bath, 1 car garage, private patio, 2
story ceilings. $695. 635-1722
Duplex, 2 bedrooms with garage,
Riverside Dr. No pets. $450/month.
634-2950
HOLTS SUMMIT - 125 Star, 2 bed-
room. No pets, $665. 896-8896
Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, rec room,
fireplace, $600-$625. 636-4500
New Construction - 2 Units
3 bedroom, 2.5 baths
3 bedroom, 3 bath, 1 car garage,
1,500 sq. ft., 3407 North Rock
Beacon (close to Mall). New
Construction, be the first to rent,
ready July 1! Microwave, dishwasher,
appliances, washer/dryer hookups,
freshly painted, hardwood floors,
central air, water/sewer paid, $1,000.
573-619-2269
gearhead1968@gmail.com
Quiet, west end duplex, 2 bedroom, 2
bath, 1 level, no pets allowed, $625.
573-690-0095
750 Homes For Rent
** HOMES - CALL US FIRST! **
3 bedroom, 1.5 bath, garage, off W.
Main, nice yard, $795.
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, full basement,
$450 + deposit, 2508 St. Louis Rd.
635-0365
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, washer & dryer
hookups, large backyard, near East
school, $525+ deposit. 230-6961
211 McKinley. 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
$450. No pets. Call after 5:30,
573-619-4300.
3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, brick rancher,
wood floors, credit deposit & lease
required, $650. 573-636-9207
3 BEDROOM, 1 bath farm house,
Russellville area, shed, $600/month.
Deposit. 714-269-7995
3 bedroom, 1 bath, garage, Brett Ct. -
Westview, no pets, $590. 634-2950
3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, newly re-
modeled, hardwood floors, all main
level, detached garage, references,
deposit. No pets. 427 Union,
$450/month. Lease. 635-1113
3 BEDROOM, 1.5 bath, garage, sec-
tion 8 accepted, $650. 573-680-2608
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath home, 2,000 sq.
ft., newly remodeled. 1319 Glen-
wood, $925. 694-1946
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, stove, re-
frigerator, washer/dryer hookups,
New Bloomfield, $650. 619-5718
3 BEDROOM, 2.5 bath, brick rancher,
Holts Summit area, Jefferson City
Schools, no inside pets, $750. 8-5:30,
Mon.-Fri. 635-9050
3 BEDROOM, 2.5 bath ranch, 2 car
gar, finished family room, West.
$975/month. Call 573-291-6699.
3 BEDROOM, garage, Rainbow Hills,
no pets, $600. 634-2950
3 BEDROOM, new construction in
Ashland, loft area, 1 bath, house on 5
acres with pond, $1200/month.
573-657-4090
East Side Home for Rent
3 bedroom, 3 bath, 1,800 sq. ft.,
Algoa Road, large yard, brick carport,
safe neighborhood, available Sept.
(rent negotiable), $750. 573-619-9588
Kempker.Stacy@gmail.com
EXECUTIVE Townhome, 3 bedroom,
3 bath, loft, 2 car attached garage,
full basement, extremely nice, great
location $1,295. Call 573-690-9939.
HOLTS SUMMIT - $775; LAKE
MYKEE - $885. No pets. 896-8896
NEW COUNTRY HOME on small
acreage, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, sun-
room, full basement, 3 garages,
pasture, perfect for horses & small
animals, $1250/month + deposit.
Owner/agent, 573-690-0710.
Small 1 Bedroom House, off street
parking, trash & sewer furnished,
$400 rent, $300 deposit. 680-4789
SMALL BRICK HOME, West location,
2 bedrooms, 1 bath, $525/month +
deposit. No pets. Available April 1.
353-5875 or 893-5954
755 Mobile Homes For Rent
3 bedroom, 2 bath, water, sewer and
lot rent, $400/month. 573-896-4303
1ST MONTH FREE! Mobile homes for
sale, lease with option or rent.
$350/month & up. YOUR JOB IS
YOUR CREDIT. Holts Summit. Visit
www.mylowcosthousing.com or call
866-686-2066 for details.
2 bedroom, 1 bath, $350/month in-
cludes water, sewer, lot rent.
573-896-4303
3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home on 4
acres in Holts Summit, $500/month.
353-2875
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
BROADWAY OFFICE SUITES
Single offices, all amenities paid,
starting at $200. 619-9063
!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
Office spaces/shops for rent. Various
prices. One would be great for
mechanic bay, others would be great
offices. 338-5985
PRIME BUSINESS LOCATIONS FOR
LEASE. Retail/Office, we will help
you! 573-353-8990 for information.
gordoncommercialrealestate.com
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.
Retail/Warehouse available in July.
Business 54 in Fulton, near
McDonalds, 6,000 sq. ft. (3,500 of
warehouse type space), 2,500 retail &
offices. Overhead door, 3 zoned air
conditioners/heat, 3 phase electric, 2
baths, $1,800. 573-230-4239
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
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Warehouse space - 4,000 plus sq. ft.,
Fulton, on Business 54. Three phase
electric heat, tall overhead door,
$700. 573-230-4239
WAREHOUSE/SHOP, etc., 1100 sq.
ft., $400. Utilities paid. 573-286-7601
REAL ESTATE
900 Commercial Property
7000 sq. ft. newer building on 9+/-
acres, blacktop frontage. Rental
home included. Only $299,900.
4570 sq. ft., 6 overhead doors,
$99,000, Mark Knapp, RE/MAX Jeffer-
son City, 761-3464.
FOR SALE: 12,600 sq. ft. General
Steel industrial/warehouse building
at Apache Flats on 3.8 acres. Also
has 1,492 sq. ft. 3 bedroom home.
Contact Terry Moore (573) 291-2163
Gordon Real Estate, 2509-A MO
Blvd., Jefferson City, MO 65109
920 Farms/Acreage For Sale
8801SCRIVNER RD.
25 ACRES 2.5 MILES WEST OF
BRAZITO. PERIMETER FENCING
TWO SIDES, BLACKTOP ON TWO
OTHER SIDES, ELECTRICAL HOOK-
UP, WELL AND POND ON
PROPERTY, $125,000. 573-480-6597
Fish-hunt-spring-creek-lake 100
acres $239k, 90/$175k, 30/$42k
12/$20K, 5/$9k! 573-257-0123
930 Homes For Sale
11986 County Rd. 4001. 3 Bedroom,
3 bath, 2 car garage, Big Sky Subdv.
$142,000/best offer. $2500 towards
closing. 573-690-8847
206 MILLPOND - $85,000 - must sell!
3 bedroom, 3 bath. 680-9935
$2500 TOWARDS CLOSING!
4 bedroom, 3 bath, updated kitchen,
2 fireplaces, nice level yard with
12x12 shed. 4900 Rainbow Hills Rd.,
$129,900. 573-291-7008
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, 2 car garage,
family room in basement with wood
stove; vaulted ceilings in living room
with fireplace, new HVAC system
(high efficiency heat pump), new 50
gallon water heater, fenced back-
yard, nicely landscaped, beautiful
mature trees. 659-4578 or 418-0843
3 bedroom, 2 bath on large lot in
Holts Summit, central heat/air, total
electric. Call Mon. thru Fri. 9 to 5,
573-896-9357
3 BEDROOM, 3 bath + office, in-
ground pool, 24x32 shop, 6.46 acres,
7116 Hemstreet Rd., Lohman,
$212,000. 573-619-7703
3% MORTGAGE MONEY
Purchase or refinance.
Call 573-303-5520
3035 OAK VALLEY - 4900 sq. ft., 4
bedroom, 4 bath, foreclosure, sought
after neighborhood, $199,000 -
$60,000 below appraisal! 680-9935
4 BEDROOM, 2 bath, brick home,
1800+ sq. ft., 3202 Rockridge, own-
er/broker, $104,900. 573-680-9935
4801 RAINBOW HILLS RD.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, spacious, 2 car
garage. Main level laundry, large
backyard, fireplace option in
downstairs, family room, asking
$128,900. 356-6401
4919 RAINBOW DR. - all brick, 1800
sq. ft., new windows, 3 bedroom, 2
bath, family room, finished base-
ment, great lot, fenced yard,
$109,000 - make offer! 680-9935
5201 SHARON DR. - $219,900
A must see! 4 bedroom brick home,
granite, hardwood, 2 car attached
garage & 1 garage down with
workshop, great lot. Owner/broker,
573-680-9935.
NEW CONSTRUCTION - Blair Oaks,
1700 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2 bath, full
basement, flat lot. 821-4085
BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT. By own-
er. 2603 Huntleigh Place/Schellridge
South Subdv. Open floor plan,
gleaming hardwoods, 3 bedrooms, 4
baths. great master suite, large family
room down with wet bar. Garage and
laundry on main. $249,900.
573-338-5137 by appointment. OPEN
HOUSE, Sunday, June 23, 2 - 4 P.M.
www.homeforsalejc.com.
Enjoy this maintenance-free home
with city amenities, but pay county
taxes on this quiet cul-de-sac. 4 bed-
room, 3 bath, 2 car garage, main
level laundry, finished basement,
nearly 2600 sq. ft. Too many updates
to list. West Jefferson City, close to
everything! 1619 Northport Dr.
$187,900. Priced below appraisal
value. 573-893-6283 or 573-230-9583
HOUSE FOR SALE
3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage,
5219 Old Lohman Road. Split foyer
house. Newly painted and ready to
be moved into. Lawson school dis-
trict. Finished basement, fenced
yard, $115,000. 573-635-0157
Minimal Yard Work & no HOA fees!
Beautiuflly updated 4 bedroom, 3
bath, hardwood floors. $164,900
Super Cute, great master suite,
large yard, deck, patio. $69,900
Fabulous NEW 4 bedroom, 3rd gar-
age, storage plus huge workshop.
Privacy $339,900
Leslie Davis RE/MAX Jefferson City
619-4592 JeffCityRealEstate.com
OPEN HOUSE - 1715 Liberty Ct.
Sunday, June 23, 1 to 2:30 p.m.
3 bedroom, 2 bath home, 2 car gar-
age, new carpet & flooring, new
furnace, new hot water tank, newer
roof, granite countertops, Huge deck,
fireplace, and many updates. Cedar
Hill school. Asking $134,000. Call
821-4013 or 821-4012.
Open House
Friday 4:30 - 6:00
303 Old Gibler - $214,900
3 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2 family rooms,
fenced back yard. For additional in-
formation and pictures:
www.MariannePollock.com
or call Marianne @ Associated Real
Estate Group 632-8600.
OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 11:30-12:30
321 RIVERVIEW DRIVE
PRICE REDUCED on this 4 Bedroom,
3 baths, 2600 sq. ft. brick home.
Completely remodeled, hardwood &
carpet, designer colors, stainless
steel appliances, downstairs family
room w/fireplace & wet bar. Huge
tree shaded lot in quiet neighbor-
hood. Must see to appreciate.
Agent/Owner. Wayne Coleman,
Associated Real Estate Group
573-301-8824.
OPEN SAT. 10:30-12:00
313 Glenwood Dr.
Enjoy this 3 bedroom well maintained
rancher 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. Attractive updated kitchen with
newer flooring, paint & refaced
cabinets. New roof in 2012. This
home qualifies for the USDA 100%
financing. $83,500. Directions: Hwy.
54 East to the Rt. J exit at New
Bloomfield, left on Rt. J, left on Old
Hwy 54, right on Glenwood Dr.
www.KenCrutchfield.net/10040828
Ken Crutchfield
RE/MAX Jefferson City, 573-761-3497
**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
OPEN SATURDAY 11-12:30
Well kept spacious home in sought
after neighborhood includes 3 bed-
room, 3 bath, 2 car garage, main
level laundry, family room down with
bar, beautiful hardwood floors and
nearly 2800 sq. ft., 3624 W. Gordon
Dr., $229,000. (573)230-3082
940 Lots For Sale
Kleffner Ridge Estates, Wardsville.
Residential, restricted subdivision.
Lots for sale in section 1 and in the
new section 2. Beautiful countryside
views, walkout basements. 635-9316
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 July 8th. Hwy.
135-12 to the Ivy Bend office. Closed
Tuesdays (573)372-6493
LOT 4 BRIDLESPUR: 5.4 acres,
utilities, blacktop, $24,900 by Own-
er/Broker. 690-6213
LOTS FOR SALE, St. Martins. Owner
broker, Betty Steck. 573-893-2963
Quail Valley Lake Lots
42 acre clear water lake - pool - park
area, lots 125'x200', $36,800 -
$46,800. Location - S. Country Club
Dr. & Rt. C. Come see! 634-7858
942 Mobile Homes For Sale
16x60, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, $400/
month, includes lot rent, $14,000.
Holts Summit, Financing available.
573-489-1960 or 573-489-4825
16x80, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $475, in-
cludes lot rent, in Holts Summit,
$20,000. Financing available.
573-489-1960 or 573-489-4825
16x80, 3 bedroom, 2 bath in Holts
Summit, $260 per month.
573-896-4303
2000 MANUFACTURED HOME,
16x60, Homes of Legend, good
condition, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths,
located near California, MO. Buyer is
responsible for moving & cost,
$5000. 573-338-0359
3 bedroom, 2 bath on large lot in
Holts Summit, central heat/air, total
electric. Call Mon. thru Fri. 9 to 5,
573-896-9357
Capital Mobile Homes, 1 mile North
of Jefferson City on Hwy. 63.
573-634-7666
FREE DOUBLEWIDE MODULAR
HOME, thousands of dollars worth of
amenities. 573-295-6203 before
noon, Mon.-Fri.
945 Resort/Lake/River Property
Lake Ozark: 1k-8000' shoreline
45 minutes, good water-area
Invest retire. 650'/9 acre $95k!
100'/$40k sewer 573-257-0123
PUBLIC NOTICES
970 Public Notices
IN THE 19TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT, (COLE COUNTY),
MISSOURI
Judge or Division: JUDGE JOYCE
Plaintiff/Petitioner: DAMEOUS A
YOUNG
vs.
Defendant/Respondent:
CHASITY E MURRELL
Nature of Suit: CHILD CUSTODY
Case Number: 13AC-FC000325
Notice Upon Order for Service
by Publication
The State of Missouri to: CHASITY E
MURRELL
You are notified that an action has
commenced against you in the
Circuit Court of Cole, Missouri, the
object and general nature of which is
Child Custody.
The names of all partied in this action
are stated in the caption above and
the name and last known address of
the respondent was Chasity E.
Murrell, Cole County, State of Mis-
souri.
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 June 20, 2013, judgment by de-
fault will be entered against you.
First date of publication: June 20,
2013
Dawnel Davidson, Clerk
by Carol Griffith
N.T. June 21, 28, July 5, 12, 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 David M.
Glazer and Suzanne M. Glazer,
husband and wife, dated July 8, 2005
and recorded on July 12, 2005 in
Book 522, Page 107, as Document
No. 200508358, Office of Recorder of
Deeds, Cole County, Missouri. The
Successor Trustee will on July 15,
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. 18, Young Addition No. One
in the City of Jefferson, Missouri, per
plat of record in plat book 12, page
407, Cole County Recorder's Office.
1332 Hoffman Dr, Jefferson City, MO
65101
For the purpose of satisfying said in-
debtedness and the costs of
executing this trust.
S&W Foreclosure Corporation
Successor Trustee
Pub Commences June 21, 2013
S&W File No.11-012949
By: Shapiro & Weisman, L.C.
www.shapiroattorneys.com/mo
Purported address: 1332 Hoffman Dr,
Jefferson City, MO 65101
N.T. June 21, 28; July 5, 12, 2013
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
For default in the payment of debt
secured by a deed of trust executed
by Gail Spaunhorst and William
Thompson, dated December 3, 2008,
and recorded on December 19, 2008,
Document No. 200813054, in Book
No. 570, at Page 651 in the Office of
the Recorder of Deeds, Cole County,
Missouri, the undersigned Successor
Trustee will on July 19, 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:
Part of the Northeast quarter of the
Northwest quarter of Section 12,
Township 44, Range 13, Cole
County, Missouri, more particularly
described as follows: From the
Northwest corner of said quarter
quarter; thence South along the West
line thereof, 42.10 feet, to the South-
erly right-of-way line of Highway No.
50; thence North 89 degrees 37 min-
utes East, along the said Southerly
right-of-way line, 1138.85 feet, to the
centerline of a 40 feet street; thence
South 4 degrees West, along the said
centerline, 686.7 feet; thence South
86 degrees East, 20 feet, to the
beginning point of this description;
thence South 4 degrees West, 131
feet; thence South 86 degrees East,
150 feet; thence North 4 degrees
East, 131 feet; thence North 86 de-
grees West, 150 feet, to the
beginning point of this description,
commonly known as 609 Lakeview
Heights Drive, Jefferson City, MO,
65109
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: June 21, 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. 141327 / Invoice No.
141327-651346).
N.T. June 21, 28; July 5, 12, 2013
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
For default in the payment of debt
secured by a deed of trust executed
by Gregg A. Kenney and Naomi
Kenney, dated November 15, 2001,
and recorded on November 27, 2001,
in Book No. 449, at Page 180 in the
Office of the Recorder of Deeds, Cole
County, Missouri, the undersigned
Successor Trustee will on July 5,
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:
THE SOUTHERLY 47 FEET OF LOT
NO. 21, WOODCREST ADDITION, TO
THE CITY OF JEFFERSON, MIS-
SOURI, MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
BEGINNING AT THE SOUTHEAST-
ERLY CORNER OF SAID LOT NO. 21
THENCE WESTERLY ALONG THE
SOUTHERLY LINE THEREOF, TO
THE SOUTHWESTERLY CORNER OF
SAID LOT; THENCE NORTHERLY
ALONG THE WESTERLY LINE
THEREOF, 47 FEET; THENCE EAST-
ERLY PARALLEL WITH THE SOUTH-
ERLY LINE OF SAID LOT, TO THE
EASTERLY LINE THEREOF; THENCE
SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID EASTER-
LY LINE, 47 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING., commonly known as
1110 Oak Street, Jefferson County,
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: June 7, 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. 153028 / Invoice No.
153028-639542).
N.T. June 7, 14, 21, 28, 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 Daniel
Krachey and Spouse, Lisa J.
Krachey, dated July 25, 2003 and re-
corded on August 4, 2003 in Book
488, Page 264, as Document No.
200315864, Office of Recorder of
Deeds, Cole County, Missouri. The
Successor Trustee will on July 15,
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 number one hundred seventy-
nine (179), Westview Heights subdivi-
sion, Section four (4), per plat of
record in plat book 9, page 49, Cole
County Recorder's Office; said West-
view Heights subdivision, Section 4,
being a subdivision of part of the
West half (W ½) of the Southeast
quarter (SE ¼) and part of fractional
Southwest quarter (Frac. SW ¼) of
Section eighteen (18), Township
forty-four (44), Range Twelve (12),
Cole County, Missouri.
1601 WestviewDrive, Jefferson City,
MO 65109
For the purpose of satisfying said in-
debtedness and the costs of
executing this trust.
S&W Foreclosure Corporation
Successor Trustee
Pub Commences June 21, 2013
S&W File No.13-021400
By: Shapiro & Weisman, L.C.
www.shapiroattorneys.com/mo
Purported address: 1601 West-
viewDrive, Jefferson City, MO 65109
N.T. June 21, 28; July 5, 12, 2013
IN THE 19TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT, COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI.
Judge or Division: PROBATE
Case Number: 13AC-PR00129
In the Estate of LARRY CHARLES
RACKERS, Deceased.
Notice of Letters
of Administration Granted
(Independent Administration)
To All Persons Interested in the
Estate of LARRY CHARLES RACK-
ERS, Decedent:
On June 17, 2013, the following in-
dividuals was appointed the personal
representatives of the estate of
LARRY CHARLES RACKERS,
decedent, by the Probate Division of
the Circuit Court of Cole County, Mis-
souri. The personal representatives
address is:
ERIKA SLICKER, 1723 JANICE
COURT, JEFFERSON CITY, MO
65101
The personal representative's
attorney's name, business address
and phone number is:
JAMES W GALLAHER III, CARSON &
COIL PC, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 515
EAST HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON
CITY, MO 65101, 573-636-2177.
All creditors of said decedent are
notified to file claims in court within
six months from the date of the first
publication of this notice or if a copy
of this notice was mailed to, or
served upon, such creditor by the
personal representative, then within
two months from the date it was
mailed or served, whichever is later,
or be forever barred to the fullest
extent permissible by law. Such six-
month period and such two-month
period do not extend the limitation
period that would bar claims one
year after the decedent's death, as
provided in Section 473.444, RSMo,
or any other applicable limitation
periods. Nothing in Section 473.033,
RSMo, shall be construed to bar any
action against a decedent's liability
insurance carrier through a de-
fendant ad litem pursuant to Section
537.021,RSMo.
Date of the decedent's death: 07-
FEB-2013
Date of first publication: June 21,
2013
Deanna Nilges, Probate Clerk
N.T. June 21, 28, July 5, 12, 2013
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI
PROBATE DIVISION
In the matter of:
JAMES ALEX HENRY, SR.
Estate No. 13AC-PR00086
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
OF A CONSERVATOR
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF JAMES ALEX
HENRY, SR., A PARTIALLY
DISABLED PERSON.
On the 14th day of June 2013, James
Alex Henry, Jr, was appointed limited
conservator of the estate of James
Alex Henry, Sr., a person adjudicated
partially 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 1109 Hampton Lane,
Apt. A, California, MO 65018. All
creditors of said partially disabled
person are notified to file their claims
in the Probate Division of the Circuit
Court.
Deanna K. Nilges
Clerk of the Probate Division of the
Circuit Court of Cole County, Mis-
souri
N.T. June 21, 28; July 5, 12, 2013
Mom who
abandoned
daughter
won’t leave
her alone
DEAR ABBY: I was taken
away from my parents at 13
and placed into foster care,
where I stayed until I aged out
at 21. My biological mother is
a drug addict who abandoned
me to my
father when
I was 11. She
never tried
to contact
me while I
was in care.
I am now
24 and she
won’t leave
me alone.
She sends
Fa c e b o o k
me s s a g e s
that alternate between beg-
ging me to let her get to know
me, and condemning me for
being vindictive and not hav-
ing forgiveness in my heart.
Abby, this woman exposed me
to drugs and all manner of
seedy people and situations.
I was molested and beaten by
some of the men she picked
up to pay the bills.
Am I a horrible person for
ignoring her? I’m close to los-
ing my temper and letting her
know exactly how angry I am,
but I know it would do no
good. I just want to move on
with my life and advance in
my profession without hav-
ing to worry about this. What
do you think? — STALKED IN
NEW YORK
DEAR STALKED: Silence
sends a strong message. I
think that when the harass-
ment started, you should
have immediately blocked
this woman on Facebook. It’s
not too late to do that now. If
she continues to annoy you,
consider getting a restraining
order.
Because you are on a path
to success, allow NOTHING to
divert you.
DEAR ABBY: On March 14
you printed a question from
”Jim in New Jersey” who asked
if brand-new clothing should
be washed before wearing.
Having worked in a shirt fac-
tory for years, let me tell you
how many hands handle the
shirt before it goes into that
neat little bag.
1. Someone spreads the
fabric and lays the pattern.
2. The cutter cuts it.
3. Someone else ties the dif-
ferent parts together.
4. Another person takes the
parts to the sewing people.
5. One sewer attaches the
pocket to the front.
6. Another sews the yoke to
the back.
7. Another sews that back
to the front.
8. Another sews in the
sleeves.
9. Another sews the side
seams.
10. Still another hems the
bottom.
11. Another adds the collar.
12. Another sews on the
cuffs (if long-sleeved).
13. Someone else sews on
the buttons.
14. Another reinforces the
buttonholes.
15. An inspector examines
the garment for loose threads.
16. An auditor gives it a
final check.
17. And finally, someone
folds the shirt and puts it into
that nice, clean-looking bag.
Don’t even ask how many
times it may have fallen on the
floor — or if we washed our
hands. Abby, I NEVER wear
anything until I wash it! —
JOANN IN MISSISSIPPI
DEAR JOANN: And neither
will I. Thank you!
DEAR ABBY: I’m 59 years
old and still take my baseball
mitt with me when I go to
games in hopes of catching
a ball. At what age should a
guy stop doing it? (We usually
sit in the lower level near the
front.) — MINNESOTA TWINS
FAN
DEAR TWINS FAN: Stop
taking it when you have
grown so aged and feeble that
when the ball comes your
way, you can no longer fend
off the younger fans who are
also diving for it.
And not one moment
sooner.
Hitchhiking cat
‘Mata Hairi’
headed home
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A
well-traveled cat named “Mata
Hairi” will soon be reunited
with her owner after spend-
ing nearly 10 months travel-
ing thousands of miles with
a hitchhiker who rescued her
from the rain.
The feline adventure started
in Portland, Ore., when the cat’s
owner, Ron Buss, let her out of
the house on Sept. 1. The cat,
white with patches of dark gray,
usually left for no more than a
couple of hours at a time, but
this time she didn’t return.
When Michael King, who
has been homeless since 2003,
spotted Mata Hairi, she was
crouched under a table at a
cafe, trying to stay out of the
pouring rain.
“I see cats all the time,” King
said. “I don’t pick up cats. I
don’t want a cat, especially a
full-grown one.”
And he definitely didn’t want
to haul around the needed food
and bowls that would add 20
pounds to his pack.
“Something told me to grab
her. I don’t know,” King said.
He named the cat Tabor, for the
cafe where he found her.
She traveled with King as
he hitchhiked to California,
back to Portland and out to
Montana. People often stopped
them and asked to take photos.
“She’s a hit on the streets of
Portland,” King said. “Very rare-
ly do you see a cat riding on the
top of someone’s backpack.”
King recently took the cat to
a veterinarian in Helena, where
a scan found a microchip, and
the vet contacted Buss.
Buss is planning a party
marking Mata’s return, and
King agrees it’s an occasion for
celebration. But it’s going to be
emotional for King, too.
“I didn’t want a cat in the first
place. I just thought I was sav-
ing someone’s cat,” King said.
“And that’s what I’ve done. Now
I’ve grown attached to her.
“My pack will be 20 pounds
lighter,” he said, “but a big hole,
a big hole.”
Dear Abby
What moves you to Central Missouri?
Show us by submitting a local photo
to be seen on the front cover.
Email photos@jcabor.com for questions
and to submit a photo.
Real Estate Guide
JUNE 21, 2013
Provided by the Jefferson City Area Board of REALTORS, Inc. & the
LU Campus
Cynthia Blosser
Tip of the Week:
“Improve the odds of an offer by pricing it right.
Set your price at the lower end of your property’s realistic price range.”
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LOTS AND LAND
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. $181,900. Call Gwynn
11310 County Rd. 391
2374 sqft of naturally lighted living
space, remodeled kitchen w/ beautiful
cabinetry, 3 BDR & 2.5 BA. Newer
24x36 insulated work shop, w/ a large
overhead door. $149,000. Call Kevin.
4812 Southfork Dr
Hard to find one of a kind, beautiful
home w/ huge workshop & small barn
on 2.5 acres, only min from Jefferson
City & Russellville. 3BDR, 2BA, excel-
lent condition. $204,000. Call Dee
Dee. Dir: Rt C towards Russelville to L
on Rt D to L on Southfork, corner lot.
3029 Hogan Dr
Brick rancher newer mall area. Over
2000sqft, 1 car attached garage, 3BDR,
1.5BA, 2 family rooms. Believed to be
hardwoods under most of main lvl.
Nice Yard! Could be money maker.
$95,000. Call Dee Dee.
2506 Cheryl Dr
Spacious rancher in Cedar Hill SD.
3BDR, 2.5BA, 2 car garage . Large fam-
ily size kitchen opens up into dining &
living room areas. 2 Fireplaces. Small
kitchenetter on lower lvl. $126,500.
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.
NEW LISTING!
3313 Cody Dr
New 1.5 story in Cedar Hills SD. Warm
colors throughout. Kitchen w/ island &
black appliances. 3BDR up w/ private
mstr suite w/ tiled walk-in shower, 2
sinks. $209,000. Call Dee Dee.
406 Gary Ln
Remodeled home on west end. 3 BDR,
2.5 Bath, spacious rooms throughout.
Family room down. Fenced yard. 2 car
garage. $122,900. Call Dee Dee.
114 B E High St
Excellent retail office & residential
space on High St. Extensively reno-
vated in 2008. Great invesment oppor-
tunity and perfect location. $425,000.
Call Sharon.
83 Foxtrotter Ln
Well kept 4BDR home w/ lots of charm
& updates. Close to churches, shopping
& schools. .5 acres just outside Linn
city limits. Original glass door knobs
& hardwood flrs. Lots of storage.
$153,400. Call Alice Dir: Hwy 50 to
just East of Linn (Approx 1/2 mile) to
R on Foxtrotter Ln, go to end of lane
approx .2 miles to home.
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Great 5 acre lot in Holts Summit. Property is zoned C-2, so there are many
possibilities. All utilities available. $165,000. Call Sharon.
3.44 commercial acres in Camdenton, Mo on corner of South east corner
of the intersection of new Rte 5 and formerly known as Lake Rd 5-89, now
Pier 31 Rd. Zoned Industrial $137,500. Call Dee Dee.
What a rare opportunity! 6.53 acres in the Blair Oaks SD!! It’s a perfect
spot for a new home! $75,000. Call Gwynn.
Residential Building, Lot in Lebanon, Mo. Corner of relocated Route 5 and
North Oakwood Drive. $16,500. Call Dee Dee
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761-3419
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MOVING TO MIZZOU?!? Beautiful
property in SW Columbia - near to Columbia
Country Club and shopping districts - close
by for all the Mizzou games!
3000 Sq. Ft. w/ 5 bedrooms
and 3 baths - 4803 Norfolk
Court - $358,500
HISTORIC PROPERTY Beautiful estate
home in the heart of Jefferson City with over
5 acres! Incredible workmanship on a period
home in the same family for over 100 years!
First time ever offered! Viewing by appt
only. Additional features and photos at www.
krisballagehomes.com - $775,000
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PARKLIKE SETTING! Privacy and na-
ture abound in this beautiful estate! Too many
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3219 Emerald Ln., Suite 800 • 632-8500
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$219,900 Ranch, level lot, 4 bed/4 ga-
rages, good Àoor plan w/2 FP, large mas-
ter bath, great deck/patio/backyard. Alan
Mudd 632-8507
Saturday 1:30 - 2:30
135 Lake Park St.
$175,900 Remodeled 4 bed/3 bath, 2
family rooms, dining room, wet bar, FP,
& private backyard. Wayne Coleman
632-8510
Sunday 11:30 - 12:30
321 Riverview Drive
$214,900 3 beds, 4 baths, 2 family rooms,
2 ¿replaces, 2 car garage, fenced yard &
much more! Marianne Pollock 632-8600
Friday 4:30 - 6:00
303 Old Gibler
$179,500 4 bdr, 3.5 bath, main level laun-
dry & family room with ¿replace, wood-
ed backyard. Alan Mudd 632-8507
Saturday 9:00 - 10:00
122 Riverwood Dr.
$96,900 Rancher, 4 bed/2.5 baths, pri-
vate 1.5 acre wooded lot, one level w/
two living rooms, deadend lane. Shirley
Luebbering 632-8505
Saturday 9:00 - 10:00
2830 W Renns Lake Road
$65,000 Great starter home or someone
needing main level living, all appliances,
2 bed/1 bath/2 car detached. Damion
Gerlt 632-8511
Saturday 9:00 - 10:00
205 Pierce St.
$369,900 Breathtaking 1.5 story, 5
bed/3.5 bath, hearth area FP, vaulted
kitchen, game room, FMD w/bar, & more.
Greg Holtmeyer 338-0046
Saturday 10:00 - 11:00
4024 Catalina Drive
$124,900 Brick rancher, inviting kitchen,
4 bed/2.5 bath, nice fenced backyard.
Shirley Luebbering 632-8505
Saturday 10:30 - 11:30
629 Belmont Dr.
$94,900 Condo w/cheery interior, 3 bed/2
bath, ef¿cient kitchen w/breakfast bar,
pool/tennis court privileges. Alan Mudd
632-8507
Saturday 10:30 - 11:30
1310 Swifts Hwy. D201
$259,900 Townhouse with open plan,
perfect kitchen, 4 bdr/3 bath, craft room.
Alan Mudd 632-8507
Saturday 12:00 - 1:00
1837-B Cedar Ridge Road
$249,900 Fabulous 2 story, 3600 sq ft,
park-like 3.8 acres, w/3 garages + 2 de-
tached, awesome Àoor plan - must see!
Greg Holtmeyer 338-0046
Saturday 12:00 - 1:00
137 Hill Top Lane - Linn
$199,900 New price - Like new ranch
in Blair Oaks School, 3 bed/3 bath/2 car
down, large kitchen, main level laundry,
FMD. Dana Wildhaber 632-8501
Sunday 1:00 - 2:30
7714 Hunter’s Lane
401 Brookwood Ct. - $230,000 In-
ground pool iswaiting! 4 bed/2.5 baths,
2 car on main in very desirable area. Pam
Barkhaus 632-8504
1028 East High St. - $139,900 Updated
w/roof, heating/ac, electric panel &
plumbing. Veryclean & ready to go! 3883
sq ft will surprise you. Jami Wenzel
632-8632
836 County Rd 508 - $132,500 3.11
acres! 3 bed/2 bath, open Àoor plan w/lg
rms, 2 car attached & 1 detached. Jami
Wenzel 632-8632
6829 Sunrise Acres Dr - $224,900 Open
Àoor plan, 4 bed/3 baths, wood Àrs, large
rooms, FMD, 2 car garage, Blair Oaks
Schools. Jami Wenzel 632-8632
2123 Hastings Rd. - $195,000 New Con-
struction, Great Àoor plan in this 4 bed-
room, 3 full bath rancher w/2 car attached,
over 2300 sq ft total. Joanie Forck 632-
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THIS HANDSOME RANCH ON A GREAT LOT is filled with fresh
decor. The gracious entry welcomes you to an open floor plan perfect
for family gatherings or formal entertaining. The large tiled family room,
offers a gas fireplace. Add the beautiful island kitchen, three baths, four
bedrooms, two car attached garage, and great curb appeal-you can’t
go wrong at $160,000.
ALL-BRICK RANCH FIXER-UPPER with attached 1 car garage and 1
car basement garage. Approximately 1300 sq ft with main level family
room, formal living room, three bedrooms, and an unfinished wet base-
ment. 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.
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3752 ST. RD. AA, Holts Summit
HOME WITH SMALL ACREAGE
This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath split foyer
is situated on 3.43 acres in a pictur-
esque 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 Renova-
tion Mortgage Financing. Property
is sold “as is.” Seller will make no
repairs or concessions for repairs.
$94,500
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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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216 BURKE PLACE $400,00 This
splendid and gracious traditional
home boasts a stunning 2-story entry,
circular drive, 4 garages, fresh paint
& newer carpeting. Enter & feel the
southern charm of a gracious open
staircase that overlooks a 2-story liv-
ing room that flows into a main floor
family room & open kitchen so you
can always be part of the action. El-
egant fireplace adorns the living room
& built-in bookshelves grace one
wall of the family room. Just down
the hall is the 1/2 bath, laundry room
& private office. Master suite with a
bath large enough for Cleopatra &
Antony includes a jetted tub. Bed-
room suites upstairs too. 4 bedrooms
& 4.5 baths in all. Down is a family
room with second fireplace, storage,
exercise room, bath & there you can
stroll out to the 16x38 inground pool.
Deck & massive patio fenced with a
low maintenance fence.
13606 MT. HOPE RD., Lohman
$330,000 The prettiest spot in Cole
Co... well one of them! Beautiful vis-
tas from every direction & 60 acres
of gorgeous land featuring pasture,
woods & 30+ year organic garden.
A restored turn-of-the-century farm-
house with 3 bedrooms & 2 baths;
& a 1995 built guest house that is
graced with cherry hardwood floors &
custom cabinetry makes this perfect
for family & guests. Over 1600 sq. ft.
in the guest house with bedroom/bath
on main floor plus great room & full
kitchen. Upstairs the dormitory style
bedroom has its own bath. A window
seat sets off the large windows in the
guest house. An old fashioned barn
in good repair & a separate shop
building that has a concrete floor offer
just the spots for livestock, tractors,
equipment, tool repairs, woodworking
or potting plants. Waterers & fenced
for livestock; acreage is mostly pas-
ture. Private setting not seen from
the roadway.
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23348 OAKLAND CHURCH RD.,
California NEW IMPROVED PRICE
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. $243,500
3618 GETTYSBURG PLACE
$569,000 Tucked away near the
end of a quiet cul-de-sac is this
entirely brick ranch home with l
ush landscaping. The custom
solid wood front door leads you
to the quality and details found
inside. Built in 2004, the inte-
rior was completely remodeled in
2008 making it light, airy and
open - ideal for both entertain-
ing and daily living. Natural light
graces this home from morning
sun bathing the columned din-
ing room and great room to the
evening sunset over the spacious
covered deck and the screened in
porch below. Beautiful hardwood
and imported marble floors can
be found on both levels along
with gorgeous custom millwork
and crown molding, and there
are marble or granite countertops
and custom cabinets in every full
bath. The gourmet kitchen is well
equipped with spacious custom
cabinets, granite countertops, a
prep island, and many profes-
sional Viking appliances. Ideal
for enjoying family and friends,
the kitchen opens to a butler’s
pantry wi th l arge i sl and bar.
The expansive master retreat
and luxurious master bathroom
boasts two full-body showers and
an extra deep soaking tub. The
countertops, floor and walk-in show-
er are all Italian Carrera marble.
The main level features a surround
sound system throughout. Second
surround sound system down-
stairs for entertaining at the large
bar and around the large granite
fireplace. French doors in the
downstairs family room open to a
screened in porch and out to a very
private, nearly level yard.
10435 PI NECREST ST. , New
Bloomfield $207,900 Walk with
me through this exceptionally family
friendly home. First on the exterior
is the 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 master 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!”.
2315 TANNER BRI DGE RD.
$139,900 Take a look at this four
bedroom, three bath multi-level home
in a great location. This home offers
plenty of room for everyone plus
lots of storage space. The spacious
entry foyer leads to the main level
with three of the bedrooms and two
full baths, or the lower level with the
fourth bedroom, a full bath, large
family room and a second kitchen and
dining area. The main level kitchen
has lots of counter space and is per-
fect for the cook in the family. The
large deck overlooks the massive,
level backyard suitable for a garden
or family fun. With newer carpet,
roof and paint, this unique home is
move in ready.
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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.
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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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410 EDWARDS DR., H.S. $188,900
This beautiful new construction is
located in the new Cedars Subd. with
sidewalks throughout the neighbor-
hood. As you open the front door, you
are greeted by beautiful hardwood
floors & a stylish handrail with iron
spindles. The living room features
warm colors, an electric fireplace,
custom tile & a beautiful wood mantle.
The gorgeous kitchen with Wolken
custom cabinets has lots of counter
space, wonderful tile backsplash,
separate pantry closet & beautiful
tile floor. Unwind in the master suite
with specialty ceilings, double vanity,
jetted tub & separate shower. The
master also boasts a massive walk-in
closet with custom shelving, perfect
for the shoe lover in the family. Enjoy
the finished family room downstairs
complete with one of three full baths
or relax under the covered deck over-
looking the private backyard. Don’t
miss out on this brand new Beasley
built home!
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2215 MERLIN DR. $179,900 A
private paradise inside & out & right
here in the city. Situated adjacent to
the Oak Hills Golf Course, your vista
is woods & grass & flowers. From
the gorgeously landscaped front
yard to the always dreamed of front
porch, you step into a totally updated
environment that feels so peaceful &
tranquil. Each room opens to the next
with attractive architectural features.
New flooring, new kitchen, new baths
are just some of the updating. From
the main floor you step up a half
flight to the fireplaced family room
overlooking the backyard landscape,
covered & open patios. Upstairs 3
bedrooms, one with a walk-in closet
& another bath lend privacy to the
guests or children. The study on the
main also has a closet & could be a
bedroom. The master suite sits off
by itself with a wonderful remodeled
bath with shower & whirlpool. This
one is a must see!
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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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1438 SATINWOOD DR. $135,000
This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath 1+ story
home features updated décor
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 & separate shower. But
your opportunity starts right there.
Owner is moving due to job change
& hasn’t the time to complete all the
remodeling 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.
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1724 S. COUNTRY CLUB PRICE
REDUCED! Walk in to this updated 3
bedroom, 2 bath home and find fresh
paint, new flooring (laminate & tile),
newer light fixtures, solid surface bath
counters. Outside there’s a lovely
level yard and driveway that accom-
modates multiple vehicles. This is
truly a family friendly home that you
can move in, place your furniture and
sit down to relax! Now $134,900.
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4513 VILLAGE DR. $127,500 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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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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13225 SWIFT RD., Henley $82,900
Lots of space inside and out. Very
nice kitchen and huge dining or fam-
ily room with tile floor adjacent to
the kitchen. Buiilt in cabinet divider
between dining area and spacious
living room. Very open. And there is
a formal dining room as well. Several
spaces on the main floor for office/
hobby/exercise rooms. Laundry
conveniently on the main floor along
with a full bath. Upstairs are the
four bedrooms, two with a Jack &
Jill bath between them. Very usable
2.1 acres with enjoyable views in
all directions and just 2 minutes off
a major highway. This is a Fannie
Mae HomePath property and may be
purchased with as little as 3% down.
Eligible for HomePath Renovation
financing. Check www.homepath.
com for details. Sold as is.
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2804 ELM ST., Lohman $55,000
Darling little cottage with exterior
charm and remodeled interior. In
addition to 2 bedrooms and 1 bath,
this home offers lots of newer decor
and electric panel being upgraded.
Very nice front and rear porches offer
added living space in good weather
days. This affordable home sits on
two lots so there’s a spacious and
very usable level yard. All in a quiet
and quaint rural community just 10-15
mintues from Wal-Mart. Country life-
style and city amenities. USDA loan
makes it very reasonable for many
buyers. Check this one out today!

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.
Aaron Grefrath
632-8500 • cell 694-2461
5508 Meriwether - $343,500
Stunning, custom built home. You will be
amazed by all the custom features of this home.
The covered outdoor Àreplace patio area is a
great place for entertaining guests while tak-
ing in the view of Binder Lake. Too many great
custom features to list. This is a house
you will want to call home! It’s truly
a must see!
www.areghomes.com
5 bed/3.5 bath,
hw floors, granite,
screened porch, all the amenities you would expect
to find in a home are here!! Nothing left to add or do-but ENJOY!
$328,000
Awesome
Home!
632-8500 • 680-0140
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316 Carel Rd., Jefferson City
$145,900
• 2469 sq ft, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths
• Large fully applianced kitchen w/island
• Split foyer, just outside St. Martins
5317 Marion, Russellville
$86,000
• Ranch style, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath
• 1236 sq ft, remodeled
• 10x10 storage unit, deep lot
2501 Southridge Dr., Jefferson City
$279,900
• 4 Plex Apts, well maintained
• Great income, 1,277 sq ft
• 2 units; 1 unit 1,178; 1 unit 929
77 Cody Dr., Jefferson City
$229,500
•New construction South of Jefferson City
• 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths
• Full 2 story home on the lake
921 Jason Rd., Jefferson City
$139,900
•2,540 finish sq. ft, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths
•Family room, dining room, screen porch
•Fenced backyard, lots of storage
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$134,900
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• Back patio with leveled backyard
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1319 MEHMERT PLACE
$420,000. Wardsvi l l e/Bl ai r
Oaks, 4 large bedrooms with
main level master suite and
main level laundry, eat in kitch-
en open to family room, walk
in closets, deck and 4 full
garages. Call Carol Galbraith
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
business. Harold McDowell
634-2100

7801 E. LYOD HUDSON RD
$319,500.00 Just listed on 9.7
acres beautiful landscaping 4
bedrooms ranch style home.
Also included on the property a
2 story log cabin with fireplace
all in South Boone School
District. Call Dale Scheperle
690-5104

2631 JENNIFER $299,000. 4
bedrooms, 3 baths, sun porch,
game room this ranch Home
has 3549 sq ft., fireplace with
gas log, jetted tub. Must see to
appreciate call Bill Gratz 690-
0477 or Nancy 659-0550.

1408 PLEASANT VALLEY
$279,900. Beautiful new home
conveniently located in west
end subdivision. Open floor
plan features foyer, dining
room, large eat in kitchen with
island and walk out to a large
deck, great room with beautiful
view. Call Jeff Schaeperkoetter
301-7514

7809 HUNTERS LANE
$224,900 Pri ce reduced 3
bedroom, 2.5 bath ranch style
home with main level laundry, 2
car attached garage & full un-
finished basement! Blair Oaks
school. Nancy Gratz 659-0550

37 COUNTY ROAD 602
$174,500.00 Large ranch style
home on a flat lot in Loose
Creek. Many updates including
new kitchen cabinets, all new
energy windows and lots of tile
work. 4 bedrooms on main level
along with spacious laundry
room and large concrete deck.
Call Dustin Backues 694-1010.

221 FREDERICKS LANE New
Listing!!! Home has had some
upgrading, 2 kitchens up and
down, lots of flowers, fenced
yard, newer roof, new furnace.
Large entertainment home you
will enjoy. Call Harold McDowell
634-2100.

115 JOHN KNOLL DR.
$169,000. Like new home with
all main rooms on one level.
Huge finished basement with
two decks off the back of house.
Quiet lot, granite countertops
and great landscaping. Call
Dustin Backes 694-1010.

6509 ROUTE B $154,900.
Price Reduced!!! 4 bedrooms,
2 1/2 baths, new carpet, paint
and jetted tub. 3 garages, Roof
only 8 months old. Wardsville/
Blair Oaks School district. Call
Nancy Gratz a must to see 573-
659-0550.

592 HIGHWAY 89S $114,000
Priced Reduced Well cared for
ranch style home with partially
finished basement. All 3 bed-
rooms on main level. Large de-
tached garage. Dustin Backes
694-1010

723 REDWOOD DR $122.900.
4 bedroom ranch home with
3 full baths New Bloomfield
School 2 car basement ga-
rage with openers and lots of
storage. Call John Bosch at
619-5507.
204 CHURCH HILL $102,900.
Listing in Bonnots Mill! Large
spacious home that has been
competely remodeled includ-
ing siding, windows, insulation,
flooring. 3 bedroom, 1 bath.
1584 sq ft. Dustin Backes
694-1010

72 CHURCH LANE $96,000.
Loose Creek. 3 bedroom, ranch
style home with new windows
& roof. Fatima school district.
Beautiful open kitchen. Dustin
Backes 694-1010

7421 ROUTE M $95,300. Lo-
cated in Blair Oaks/Taos. New
carpet, fresh paint, refinished
hardwood floors owner mo-
tivated to sell call Bill Gratz
690-0477.

VOLMERT LANE $54,900.00
New Listing!!! Great River Lot
with 2 bedroom modular home
on it also has a community boat
ramp and well. Great view and
access to the river right off the
front yard. Must see! Call Dustin
Backes 694-1010
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NEW

140 PALI SADES -
$374,900 - Beauty surrounds
this stylish ranch located in
Emerald Ridge Subdivision.
Updated Kitchen with newish
cabinets, granite countertops
and stainless steel appliances.
Vaulted Living Room with lots
of natural light. Gleaming hard-
wood Àoors throughout Living
Room, Formal Dining Room and
Kitchen. Spacious Master Bed-
room opens to private back deck.
Luxury Master Bath with jetted
tub, custom double headed
shower and walk-in closet. Huge
Family Room down with wet bar
and lots of storage. Enjoy 5 Bed-
rooms and 4 Baths. Sprinkler
System in well landscaped yard.
Located in the new Pioneer Trail
School District.
Lyla Stark
761-3401

NEW

FORE... if you live to golf
you must see this very custom
rancher on the Ninth Hole at
Redfield. Three car attached
garage plus utility garage in
lower level. $339,000. Incred-
ible views!
Mary Kinstler
761-3408
NEW

3818 Viola View Gor-
geous split bedroom rancher
with open Àoor plan.New Con-
struction.Cathedral ceiling in
great room, coffered ceiling in
dining room and master bed-
room.Three oversized bedrooms
all with walk in closets. Master
suite has with private bath,
double bowl vanity, large walk
in closet. Large kitchen with cus-
tom cabinets, breakfast bar and
title Àoor high lights this kitchen.
Main level laundry room.2 car
attached garage with 3rd garage
down with concrete drive way.
Blair Oaks School District.
Roger Wiggins
761-3423

NEW

7613 Hunters Lane
Quality new construction in
Blair Oaks School District.Open
Àoor plan with split bedrooms.
Large kitchen with breakfast
bar, title Àoor and cabinets ga-
lore!! Master suite has coffered
ceiling, private bath with double
bowl vanity, large walk in closet.
Cathedral ceiling in great room
and coffered ceiling in dining
room. Main level laundry room, 6
panel wood doors.2 car attached
garage with 3rd garage down.
Enjoy the deck with a view of
farm land. $233,000.00
Roger Wiggins
761-3423

NEW

Newly Built Home-
Lage Ridge Have you been
thinking about buying a newly
built home? From the archi-
tectural designs and quality of
construction will remove the
worries and have you exicted
about details such as hardwood
flooing, Alder wood cabients,
specialty ceilings and an exterior
complete with yard and land-
scaping! $229,900.
Kim Prenger
761-3410

NEW

NEW LISTING!! Empty
nesters are giving up their four
bedroom home, so now it is
your turn with this extra good
solid home on 1.2 acres. Step
inside to a wonderful ¿replaced
great room with soaring ceilings.
Cook in the chef’s kitchen with
all stainless steel appliances.
Dine in the formal dining room,
or make the kids eat at the
breakfast bar or in the breakfast
room. The master bedroom suite
is separated from the other bed-
rooms, it boasts a bay window
and spa-like master bath. All
three upper main level bedrooms
have a walk in closet. Can’t wait
for you to see the lower level.
You’ll love the wet bar, full bath,
TV area, pool table room, and
sitting area. Gorgeous gardens
with a fenced area for the kid-
dos and pets. You’ve found your
dream home for only $225,900.
Julie Shiery
761-3412

NEW

Breath-Taking Views
Bui l der-owned home on 5+
acres, miles of views from
the SunRoom. Kitchen boasts
a breakfast bar, stainless ap-
pliances, huge pantry with roll
out drawers & 3 lazy susans.
Impressive master suite with 2
walk in closets, private show-
er & jetted tub. Tile & wood
Àoors. 4 Garages w/ Work Shop.
$210,000 preview @ www.Jar-
edDollar.com
Jared Dollar
761-3483

NEW

POSSIBLY 2 LIVING
AREAS OR maybe just a lot of
space for you in this wonderful,
4000 sq ft rancher with 4 bed-
rooms, 3.5 baths, a main level
laundry room & a sunroom, too!
Add to all that, a family room with
a wet bar, formal dining room, 3
garages (with driveways to all),
nice updating & decorating, and
you have an absolutely fabulous
home! Did I mention that it’s
surrounded by 1.34 WOODED
ACRES?? 2335 THERESA
Cathie Hirschvogel
761-3427

NEW

Nestled among the
trees... on a deadend street. You
will be impressed by the recent
updates including quartz kitchen
countertops, new roof/gutters &
high ef¿ciency heat pump. This
home offers main level living,
hardwood floors and 3rd car
garage with concrete drive to
back of home.
Ashley Pederson
761-3429

NEW

LITTLE BIT COUNTRY...
3 bedroom, 3 bath home on 5.22
beautiful Acres. Gas ¿replace and
gas stove. Glassed in Sunroom.
Mancave. Peach/Apple Orchard.
$159,900
Mary Kinstler
761-3408

NEW

Beautiful Hardwood
Floors... ...is just the beginning
in describing how cozy and com-
fortable this home is. The home
offers 3 oversized bedrooms, 2
¿replaces, screened in porch,
private backyard, central vac &
¿nished basement. Located on
a quiet street.
Ashley Pederson
761-3429

NEW

New Listing 4510 Ran-
dall Street SEE OPEN HOUSE
AD
Connie Nussbaum
761-3425
NEW

MR. & MRS. CLEAN LIVE
HERE... in this 3 bedroom, 2 1/2
bath Southern Style home with a
gorgeous yard. Attached garage.
Large Bonus Room. Very nice kitch-
en. Turn key condition. $137,900
Mary Kinstler
761-3408
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NEW

WOW!! What a beautiful
house and yard! Pride of owner-
ship shows in this lovely west-end
property. A covered porch invites
you into a spacious 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 mas-
ter includes a walk-in-closet, large
bath with jetted tub. Other features
incluse a split bedroom design, large
family room down with full bath,
and 2 car garage. This is a spacios
house and yard for you to enjoy.
Linda Lee
761-3482

NEW

GRAND HOME FOR
$117,500 This 3 bedroom, 3 full
baths, 2 car garage with 2 car
work bays, 25’x18’ storage above
the garages, beautiful hardwoods,
2 fire places, newer deck, newer
roof, newer furnace and a/c, in this
almost 2,000 sq ft home in the cen-
ter of town across the street from
McKay park at 1425 Boss Terrace.
Bunnie Trickey Cotten
761-3417
NEW

ONE LEVEL LIVING AT
IT’S BEST!! Sitting barely off Hwy
50W, you’ll find this very nice, 2
bedroom, 2 bath, attached home
with an awesome, open floor plan!
The living room with a vaulted ceil-
ing flows into the oversized kitchen
featuring an island, breakfast &
dining areas, and even overlooks
the comfortable sunroom. Off the
kitchen is the laundry room &
oversized 2 car garage with plenty
of shelving for storage. Definitely
a home to see for only $111,900!!
Cathie Hirschvogel
761-3427
NEW

CONDO W/VIEW! Tired of
lawn care & shoveling snow? Your
answer is this newly listed condo
w/ a stunning view of city & capitol!
Brand new carpet & freshly painted,
this condo comes fully applianced in-
cluding washer & dryer. Abundance
of oak cabinets in kitchen, double
closets in master bedroom plus lots
of storage down, too. Office/den in
lower level could be 3rd bedroom.
Won’t last long at $89,900!
Lois Hogan
761-3202
NEW

Super Clean at $75,000
Move-in ready & maintenance free:
aluminum siding, soffits & fascia
wrapped. Set on spacious corner
lot with lots of elbow room. Full
basement with tons of storage &
work bench. Second bath down-
stairs for easy cleanup. The tree
shaded back year is fenced and
welcoming for pets & BBQs. Set
close to Binder Park, and ideal for
the fisherman or sportsman.
Jared Dollar
761-3483

5020 Sunrise Drive
OPEN

SAT 10:15-11:15
NEW CONSTRUCTION IN BLAIR
OAKS SCHOOLS, 3 Bed/2Bath
raised ranch w/2car garage. Every-
thing you need on 1 level. Hwy 50
East to Taos exit, right onto Route
M, left onto Sunrise. $199,900
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

5024 Sunrise Drive
OPEN

SAT 10:15-11:15 4
BEDROOM 3 BATH HOME IN
TAOS New quality construction
in Blair Oaks Schools w/open
floor plan. Laundry room on main.
Lower level has a family room with
kitchenette, great for in-law quar-
ters or teen space w/4th bedroom
& 3rd bath. Rt. M to L on Sunrise
to 5024. $194,900
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

423 Emerald Green Ridge
OPEN

SAT 10:00 - 12:00
Privacy on 3.66 Acres Close to
town but at end of private cul-de-
sac. Spacious 2175 sq ft all on
one level, this handicapped ac-
cessible rancher is the definition
of ‘Open Floor Plan’. 3 Bedroom, 2
bath, 2 car garage & fenced yard.
$186,700. Ask about the income
generating property. Preview @
JaredDollar.com Hwy 54 to New
Blomfield (Route J), left old Hwy
54, right on Glenwood, left on
Maple - becomes Emerald Green
Ridge.
Jared Dollar
761-3483

Main Level Living Pri ced to
sell but still quality. 4 sides brick
rancher & with full basement. 3
bedroom, 2 bath (masterbath) & 2
car attached garage.New furnace &
a/c,& all new carpet down. Private
backyard. $105,000 2607 Schott.
Preview @ www.JaredDollar.com
Jared Dollar
761-3483

329 Eastland Dr.
OPEN

SAT 9-10 6 BED-
ROOM, 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, restau-
rants, etc. A lot of home for the
money at $175,000. 329 Eastland
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

718 Dean Drive
OPEN

SAT 9-10 Great for
Busy People NEW PRICE: Easy
to maintain, 3 bedroom all-brick tra-
ditional ranch is ready for it’s new
family. Wood floors, granite coun-
ter tops & many other updates.
Huge lower level family room gives
added space. Stop by for your per-
sonal tour! Now....$139,800. Hwy
179 North, Left on Sue Dr., Right
on KayLynn, Right on Dewayne,
Left on Dean. Home on Right
Helen Lange
761-3456

1214 W. High
OPEN

SAT 9: 30- 10: 30
MOTIVATED SELLER! Four bed-
room home in West School has
extensive updates: New kitchen,
roof, soffits, breaker box, gutters
& paint. Shiny hardwood floors &
lots of character but many impor-
tant updates including huge main
level bedroom addition w/skylight.
$87,000!
Lois Hogan
761-3202

1504 Notting Hill
OPEN

SAT 10-11 CENTRAL
LOCATION-2800+/- SQ. FT. Gen-
tly lived in 3-4 bedroom, 3 bath
townhome with private backyard
and dead end street. Spacious
kitchen with breakfast bar adjoins
dining area and open to living room.
Walk out to private oversized cov-
ered deck. Huge family room down
with bar area/kitchenette and walk
out to patio. $174,900!
Carol Gardner
761-3460

223 Mary Drive
OPEN

SAT 10-11 VERY
WELL KEPT HOME ON QUIET,
DEAD END STREET. You are go-
ing to fall in love with this home!
Home has had many updates
which include: new roof, and cabi-
nets in 2003, new siding & soffits
in 2008, new carpet in bedrooms in
2010, new interior doors, all interior
paint, ceiling fans, trim, lighting, tile
flooring in both full baths,vanities,
sinks and toilets in both full baths,
and remodeled screened porch all
in 2012. Home has lots of storage
area, 2 car garage, a beautiful
woodburning fireplace, and patio
off the screened porch. You really
must see this one!! $137,500 Dir:
Hwy 50 E to E. McCarty exit, take
round-a-bouts over Hwy 50 to E.
McCarty, left on Hillview, left on
Mary. Home on left.
Cathy Hennessy
761-3481

1206 Jobe Drive
OPEN

SAT 10- 11 Great
Neighborhood Take a look at this
4 bedroom, move in ready house, all
on one level. The house has 4 sides
brick, High efficiency furnace and
air, Newer carpet, vinyl, windows,
paint, modern vanity in the bath,
all on a dead end street in Moreau
Heights school district. $101,900 El-
lis Blvd to Hough Park, Left on Jobe
Joe Schaefer
761-3430
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2521 Lexington
OPEN

SAT 10-11 CEDAR
HILL SCHOOL DISTRICT! Com-
pletely remodeled with vaulted
ceilings, 2.5 baths, nice family
room down, lots of storage space,
a garage down plus a detached
garage, level backyard, terrific
patio and an awesome sun porch!
Don’t miss this one! $129,900 Dir:
Rt. C to Vieth, Left on Southridge,
Right Rolling Hills, Left Lexington
Chris Christian
761-3435

5519 LaCharette Dr.
OPEN

SAT 10-11:30 SPEC-
TACULAR INSIDE AND OUT!
NEW WESTEND RANCHER! An-
other beauty built by Schanbacher
Construction Co! Gorgeous ranch-
er with 3 car main level garages,
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 appliances
includes a 6 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!
$338,500 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

2501 Cheryl Drive
OPEN

SAT 10:30-11:30
Room for Dad’s Stuff & Mom’s
too! He’s gonna love the shop,
that’s designed for year around
comfort, plus extra storage. She
will love the convenient attached
garage, 4 BR, formal & casual din-
ing + a great family room...plenty
of room for big TV or pool table.
Don’t miss this one! $167,000. Rt.
C to Idlewood, Right on Cheryl.
Home on Left
Helen Lange
761-3456

5816 Tanner Bridge Road
OPEN

SAT 10:30-12 5816
TANNER BRIDGE RD - FANTAS-
TIC VIEW - of Moreau River Valley
from this Sunroom adjoining a Fan-
tastic Kitchen with custom island.
Amazing Custom all Brick Ranch
offers over 2700 sq.ft. plus a full
unfinished walk-out basement.
Two decks plus a delightful patio
overlooking the woods. If you’re
looking for a lifestyle make this
beauty your home. $289,900 Dir:
Hwy 54 South. Left on 179. Right
on Tanner Bridge.
www.LylaStark.net/10039809

Lyla Stark
761-3401
313 Glenwood Dr.
OPEN

SAT 10:30-12 ENJOY
THIS 3 BEDROOM WELL MAIN-
TAINED 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.
Dir: Hwy 54 East to the Route J exit
at New Bloomfield, left on Rt. J, left
on Old Hwy 54, right on Glenwood
Dr. to home on right. www.Ken-
Crutchfield.net/10040828
Ken Crutchfield
761-3497

1823 Ella
OPEN

SAT 11-12 4 Bed-
room: West School Dist. Fea-
tures: 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

611 Michigan
OPEN

SAT 11-12 CHEAPER
THAN RENT Extensively updated
brick home in WEST School dis-
trict. Extensive renovations: Tall
ceilings, new windows, dream
kitchen w/ tons of custom oak
cabinets, island & bar. Three large
bedrooms, 2 full baths. Big ticket
items: New roof & gutters 2010,
furnace 2011, windows 2010, sid-
ing 2010, R50 insulation blown in
attic 2010. Fenced yard. $75,900
St. Mary’s to Michigan
Lois Hogan
761-3202

4810 Sunrise Drive
OPEN

S A T 1 1 : 3 0 -
1 2 : 3 0 B L A I R O A K S
SCHOOLS-$139,900! 4810 Sun-
rise Drive (Taos)!! “One of a kind”
property in a wonderful subdivi-
sion. 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. Come by Saturday
and check out this great property.
Highway 50E to right at Taos exit,
left on Sunrise Dr. House on right.
Linda Lee
761-3482

222 Indian Meadow
OPEN

SAT 11:30-12:30
FANTASIC BRICK HOME with 4
bedrooms, 2 baths, large family
room downstairs, beautiful hard-
woods on main level, enclosed
porch, deck, covered patio with
bench seating and a 30x24 de-
tached garage. Some of the newer
updates include: roof on house &
garage last year, new tile in kitch-
en, entry way, backsplash & main
bath, new kitchen counter, cabinet
hardware, new vanity & fixtures in
main bath, and newer landscaping.
Located on a nice lot with woods to
the back. $124,000 Dir: St. Louis
Road to Indian Meadow. Home
on right.
Cathy Hennessy
761-3481

1009 Holly Drive
OPEN

SAT 11:30-12:30
Simply Adorable Completely Re-
stored. New or newer hardwoods,
custom cabinets, Heater, AC, wa-
ter heater, paint, tile backsplash,
exterior plumbing, cove moldings,
and tile. Fully applianced custom
kitchen adjoins the adorable break-
fast nook. Fireplace and more.
11,000 below appraisal. 96,900
joeschaefer.com
Joe Schaefer
761-3430

211 Pierce
OPEN

SAT 11:30-12:30
YOU WILL BE IMPRESSED with
the updates in this adorable home!
Completely remodeled kitchen
including new cherry cabinets, a
travertine backsplash, a slate floor
a huge island and marble counter
tops! The bathroom has been
completely updated as well with
a jetted tub, tile tub surround, tile
walls & floors! Don’t miss this one!
$81,900 Dir: Riverside to Pierce
Chris Christian
761-3435

921 Sumter Place
OPEN

SAT 12:30-1:30 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
CARPET. Garages & laundry on
main floor so say goodbye to stairs,
too. Over 3,000 sq ft! $255,000
Wildwood to Shermans Hollow to
Sumter Place
Lois Hogan
761-3202

1648 Cedar Lane
OPEN

SAT 12:30-2 Nice
Out-Amazing Inside! 5 bed-
rooms, 3 baths, office & a media
room! Built in 2010, this home
is at the end of the road & hid-
den among the trees. The deck
gives miles of tree top views. The
open floor plan is highlighted by a
vaulted celings from the front to the
back of the home. Media room is
built to contain the surround sound
for the true ‘movie house’ experi-
ence. Preview JaredDollar.com
$194,900 Summit Drive to Cedar.
6/10 mil to last home on left.
Jared Dollar
761-3483

14 N. Larand
OPEN

SAT 1:30-2:30 Wel-
come to Lake Mykee! Original
owner has loved this custom Lake
side home. Beautiful wood floors
on the main level. Awesome
kitchen with custom cabinets ad-
joins the great room with a wall of
windows overlooking the private
swim/fishing dock. This 4BR home
has been designed for gentle living
in a vacation like setting. A must
see for $249,900. Hwy 54 to AA/
OO exit left. Right on Old 54 to
right into Lake MyKee. Left on N.
Larand, Home on Lake side.
Helen Lange
761-3456
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GRI
761-3481
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LEE
761-3482
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BRZUCHALSKI
CRS, GRI,
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761-3409
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LEYDENS
MARTIN
761-3442
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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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WERNER
GRI
761-3416
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NUSSBAUM
ABR, GRI,
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761-3425
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HIRSCHVOGEL
ABR, CRS, e-PRO,
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761-3427
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PEDERSON
761-3429
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REGALADO
HALL OF FAME
761-3404
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SHIPLEY
761-3454
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HUFFMAN
761-3407
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Hall of Fame
761-3460
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PRENGER
GRI, e-PRO
761-3410
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BALLAGE
GRI, e-PRO
761-3419
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DAV
761-3
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SHIERY
HALL OF FAME
761-3412
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DOLLAR
ABR
761-3483
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BAKER
761-3494
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WHEAT
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761-3444
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761-3
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761-3489

220 Northrup
OPEN

SUN 1:45-2:45 ONLY
FEW HOMES on the market
compare to this wonderful, new-
ish, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home
with an oversized 2 car garage!
Step inside & you’ll find a vaulted
ceiling & plant ledge in the open
& very spacious living room, nice
wood floors & a kitchen that boasts
custom cabinets & a pantry. When
it’s time to relax or entertain, head
to the family room featuring a gas
fireplace. With a level yard & no
maintenance exterior, this home
provides less work & more time
for fun. And all for only $154,000!
Dir: Hwy 54E, right on Center St,
left on Karen, right on Northrup,
home on left.
Cathie Hirschvogel
761-3427

3119 Country Club Dr
OPEN

SAT 12-1 Ideal for
Retirement Years! Split, 3BR
design will give privacy for guests.
Soaring ceilings in the great room
welcomes you to a home that
is just waiting for your furniture.
Morning coffee in the all season
room starts the day. No work to do
here - Move in & enjoy this home
with NO STEPS. NEW PRICE
$149,900. Hwy 179, Left on Coun-
try Club. Home on Left
Helen Lange
761-3456

OPEN

SAT 12-1 WORKS
ALREADY DONE!!! This cute 3
bedroom home awaits new owner.
Hardwood floors, arched door-
ways, updated kitchen and bath,
make this well worth your look.
Built-in drawers and shelves, stair-
case 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 Riverside to N Polk
Kim Huffman
761-3407

2304 Jason Court
OPEN

SAT 12: 30- 1: 30
NEW PRICE!!! 4 Bed 3.5 Bath
home with 2 car garage. Main
level laundry, beautiful kitchen, lg
liv rms w/fireplaces, fresh paint,
hardwood floors, fenced yard and
much more! *Edgewood to Jason
to Jason Ct. BethMcGeorge.com
for pics $169,900!!
Beth McGeorge
761-3489

901 El Cerrito
OPEN

SAT 1-2 CUL-DE-SAC/
PRIVATE/ FENCED YARD Nicely
updated 1 owner 3 bedroom, 3
bath home features vaulted great
room with fireplace, open balcony,
huge eat-in kitchen with breakfast
bar and double pantry. Walk out
to patio and add’l. courtyard. Bor-
der of trees beyond fenced yard.
Specialty ceiling in master, walk-in
closet, jetted tub. Clean! Clean!
Carol Gardner
761-3460

1117 Darlene
OPEN

SUN 12-1 SUN ROOM
Charm of older home but with all
the updated features: High ef-
feciency furnace, replacement
windows & did I mention an Amaz-
ing Sun Room? Extremely well
maintained and in ideal central
location with surprisingly private
backyard. 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths
move-in condition! Preview www.
JaredDollar.com $99,900 Swifts
HWY to Pamela, Left on Darlene
Jared Dollar
761-3483

320 Harwood
OPEN

SUN 12:30-1:30
MANY EXTRAS THROUGHOUT!
This very impressive, 1 owner
home absolutely shows like new!
Along with the soaring ceiling
in the formal dining room, you’ll
love the abundant cabinets in the
kitchen that include an island &
large breakfast area with a built-in
desk. The laundry room has lots of
cabinets, a sink & still room for a
freezer. The very spacious master
suite has a jetted tub, shower,
double vanity & a door to the
screened deck. And check out the
basement that’s already framed for
a family room, 4th bedroom & full
bath. With all solid surface counter
tops, a central vac & a sprinkler
system in the entire yard, this
home provides more free time for
you! Check out the many features
of this absolutely gorgeous home.
$229,000, Dir: Hwy 54E, right on
Center St, immediate left on Karen,
right on Northrup, left on Harwood
Cathie Hirschvogel
761-3427

4510 Randall Street
OPEN

SUN 1:30-2:30 Sur-
rounded by Nature in this well
maintained 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath
home with over 2000 sq. ft. You’ll
love the open eat-in kitchen with
all appliances new countertops &
breakfast bar open to living room.
Cozy living room with fireplace &
a wall of windows for sun-kissed
afternoons. Main level laundry
is a plus. Family room down &
lots of storage. All new carpet on
main. Great wooded lot with above
ground pool that can stay if you
want. Oversized deck & patio that
run the full length of the house for
lots of family & friends to gather.
2 car basement garage & circular
driveway. All this for $145,900.
HWY 50 East to right on Rt. M
to right on Randall Street. Home
on left.
Connie Nussbaum
761-3425

1004 Satinwood Court
OPEN

SUN 1:30-3 1004
SATINWOOD COURT - BEAUTI-
FUL UPDATED RANCH - featuring
over 4200 sq.ft. Stylish Kitchen
with Granite Counter tops and
Custom Tile Backsplash. Gleam-
ing Hardwood Floors, Formal Din-
ing Room, Huge Laundry Room.
King Size Master Bedroom Suite.
Plus Huge Family Room down.
Two Decks plus Sunroom. Its All
Here! $299,900 Dir: Edgewood to
Satinwood Ct.
www.LylaStark.net/10040553
Lyla Stark
761-3401
100 N. Polk
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CHRIS
CHRISTIAN
ABR, SRS,
e-PRO, GRI
761-3435
RON
KAISER
761-3424
LOIS
HOGAN
GRI, SRES, CRS
761-3202
KEN
CRUTCHFIELD
GRI, e-PRO
761-3497
MARK
KNAPP
761-3464
BUNNIETRICKEY
COTTEN

761-3417
JON
BEASLEY
761-3436
JOE
SCHAEFER
761-3430
ERIC
SCHULTE
761-3470
MARY
KINSTLER
CRB, GRI
761-3408
KATHY
RUSH
ABR, e-PRO
761-3405
EMILY
HERNDON
ABR, GRI
761-3413
SANDYPRENGER
CRS,GRI
761-3488
LIE
VIS
3426
HANK
VOGT
e-PRO, GRI
761-3485
HELEN
LANGE-KNIGHT
Hall of Fame
761-3456
STEPHANIE
BIGGS
GRI, WHS, SRES
MGRI
761-3334
KEATING
RS, GRI
3414
CARLENE
BAX
CRS, Hall of Fame
761-3406
JORDAN
GILBERT
761-3492
JOYCE
BREMER
ABR,CRS,GRI
761-3418
EVELYN
LOETHEN
Hall of Fame, GRI
761-3445
KENNY
HONSE
761-3403
SARAH JUNE
RHOADS
761-3411

OPEN

SAT 1:30-3 STYLISH
describes everything about this 3
Bedroom Ranch! Arched Doorways,
Vaulted Living Room and Formal
Dining. Not to mention the won-
derful Kitchen with alder cabinets,
stainless steel appliances and cen-
ter island. Huge Master Bedroom
suite with jetted tub and granite
counter top. Plus enjoy the Fam-
ily Room down. Fenced Backyard.
$199,500 Dir: Hwy 179 to Lorenzo
Green. Right on Tanner Bridge.
Right on Hoffman. Left on Camzie.
www.LylaStark.net/10040306
Lyla Stark
761-3401

Crafsman Style Home on 4.24
acres Great floor plan w/ spacious
lvg rm w/ gas fireplace vaulted
ceiling & lots of natural light. Split
bdrm plan on the main w/ a great
mstr bdrm w/ vaulted ceiling, walk
in closet & nice mstr bath w/ double
vanity. The kitchen is any cooks
dream w/ Lage cbnts, gas stove,
dbl oven, nook & dining rm w/
hrdwd flrs. Downstairs you will find
a lrg bdrm,exercise rm (could be
5th bdrm), home office, 2nd kitchen
w/ Lage cbnts & a lrg family rm per-
fect for mother-in-law qrtrs, 3 car
oversized grge, 4-5 bedrooms all in
this peaceful 4 year old 3,100 sq ft
home w/ excellent views within 15
minutes of Jefferson City. Being of-
fered at $279,000. For more infor
visit AlanWheathomes.com or call
Alan Wheat
761-3444

9.4 ACRE HORSE RANCH The
spacious 4-5 bedroom home is just
a part of the whole package. 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
Teresa Regalado
761-3404

Peace, Quiet, Privacy! If your
looking for these 3 things and
minutes to Jefferson City, then
this log home is for you. From the
great setting to the beautiful stone
fireplace and the open floor plan,
this 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath is a
great place to call home. Sitting
on almost 2 acres. Being offered
at $119,900. For more info visit
AlanWheatHomes.com or call
Alan Wheat
761-3444

52910 W RAILROAD, Center-
town - 26 ACRE LAKE and Cus-
tom 1 1/2 Story make this 200
acres splendid. Custom home with
Arkansas black rock, wonderful
view of lake off Decks, Jetted Tub,
Rock Waterfall, 6 Panel Doors, and
Gas Log Rock Fireplace are just
a few of the wonderful amenities.
Not to mention the shelter house at
lake, several stocked ponds, metal
outbuildings and red pipe fencing.
Lots of potential for organizational
retreat, subdivision or just a great
cattle ranch. $2,130,000
www.LylaStark.net/10039477
Lyla Stark
761-3401

PALATIAL ESTATE ON ACRES!
Lovely estate offering the epitome
of gracious country living is the de-
scription of this spacious (5560 sq.
ft. finished + 2300 sq. ft. unfinished)
luxury, 1+ story home nestled on a
beautiful 3.37+ acreage parcel
of land in the prestigious gated
communityof SADDLEBROOKE
ESTATES. Outdoor peacefullness
can be enjoyed on its many patios
& porches. Few expenses spared
in the design of its stunning interior
including a soaring 2 story entry
with curved staircase, gourmet
kitchen with Viking appliances,
stone fireplace in the Family/
Hearth Room, main floor Library
+ upstairs office/Family Room,
formal front & back stairs, a climate
controlled Wine Cellar, grand Mas-
ter Bedroom suite with adjoining
18x21 Hot Tub patio, and custom
built-ins + layered ceiling molding
galore. Offered at $879,000. To
view the interior check out www.
jeffcityhomes.net or for your private
inspection call EVELYN.
Evelyn Loethen
761-3445

GATED COMMUNITY - 2.6 acres
Otke built and nestled on a cul-
de-sac and wooded lot this unique
style home has everything that
one would want! Open floor plan,
huge eat-in kitchen with oversized
breakfast bar, formal dining area
with serving station, spacious
bedrooms up with media room,
awesome master suite. Visit Car-
olGardner.net to get more info.
$690,000-5908 Cherish Ct.
Carol Gardner
761-3460

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 con-
trasti ng i ts whi tewash fi ni sh
against the dark woods. Custom
cabinets, stainless appliances, an
island topped with pendant lights,
& grani te countertops create
a dream kitchen. High ceilings
throughout top off thi s spec-
tacular 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

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

LOTS OF WINDOWS AND BEAU-
TIFUL VIEWS! PRIVATE BACK-
YARD Custom built, one owner
rancher style home located in a
wonderful 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 furniture. Three
car garage - third is an oversized
garage/workshop. Mint condition
throughout! $324,900
Carlene Bax
761-3406
Country Homes
Above $300,000
2418 Camzie Drive
12 FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 2013 REAL ESTATE GUIDE
5 Bedrooms~ Westpoint Estates
Home The chef inspired kitchen
was recently updated to include
granite counter tops, Thermador,
Dacor & Kitchen Aid appliances
& beautiful cabinetry. The home
portrays a gas fireplace, beautiful
hardwood floors, private backyard
with 18x36 heated pool, formal din-
ing room, finished basement with
guest suite, surround sound and
much more. Go to www.Ashley-
Pederson.com for more pictures
and price.
Ashley Pederson
761-3429

COMFORTABLY CHIC A WOW
six bedroom home in Belair school
district. Maple and slate flooring,
soaring ceilings and great win-
dows/transoms. Very light, very
airy. Family Fun Center/Media
room with full kitchen. Luxury
and Craftmanship. Study. Sun-
room. Office. Guest Room opens
to Screened Porch/Spa Room.
$464,900.
Mary Kinstler
761-3408

SPECTACULAR HOME IN EM-
ERALD RIDGE! This 5 bedroom,
5 bath home has a beautiful entry
way and a soaring 16 ft. ceiling
in the great room. You will love
the spacious kitchen with double
wall ovens and large island. Off
the kitchen is a cozy hearth room.
Downstairs you will find a large
family room, bedroom, bath, and
loads of storage. You will love the
beautiful main level master suite.
Home also has main level laun-
dry and 2 car main level garage.
$379,900
Cathy Hennessy
761-3481

CATCH A FALLING PRICE TAG!
Owner says sell this 4700+ sq. ft.
custom built, brick rancher with 5
bedrooms, 3 baths, and located on
a private wooded lot in prestigious
HOBBS WOODS SUBDIVISION.
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 heat-
ing/cooling systems, central vac,
in-ground sprinkler system and
on and on! Drastically reduced
to $359,900. Call EVELYN right
away! For interior pictures go
to www.jeffcityhomes.net. West
School District
Evelyn Loethen
761-3445
Stately Monticello Acres All
Brick Home featuring wonder-
ful hrdwd flrs,any cook’s dream
kitchen w/custom cabinets,solid
surface counters, beautiful tile
backsplash,double ovens & a
walk-in pantry,crwn molding,grt
master bdrm w/an additional 3
bdrms all w/walk-in closets, 2
fireplaces. walk out lower-level
w/ lots of windws. Wonderful tree
shaded back yard w/ Screened-
in-Porch. Home being offered at
$349,900 for more details visit
AlanWheathomes.com or call
Alan Wheat
761-3444
$200,000-$300,000

4920 ROUTE HH, Russellville
- 10 ACRES - On Blacktop, Perfect
for Cattle or Horses. Newish 2400
sq.ft. Ranch with Open Great Rom,
Fantastic Kitchen with Stainless
Steel Appliances and Center Island
with Vegetable Sink. 3 Bedrooms,
3 Baths to include two Jetted Tubs.
30 x 36 2 Car detached Garage.
Some white vinyl fencing and
automatic waters. $319,500 www.
LylaStark.net/10040519
Lyla Stark
761-3401
COMPARISON IS OUR BEST
SALESMAN! Compare this spa-
cious 3800 sq. ft. home with 5
bedrooms, 3+ baths and priced to
sell at $304,900 with what you’ve
seen. You’ll agree it’s more for
the money!! Outstanding features
include 18’ ceiling height in the
Great Room & Entry along with an
open staircase, double slider doors
entrances onto the maintenance
free deck as well as lower level
double sliders doors entrances
from its spacious Family Room
onto the patio with its privacy
fenced backyard and located on
a cul-de-sac street in the EMER-
ALD RIDGE SUBDIVISION. Real
luxury at a sensible price! Call
EVELYN today! For interior views,
go to www.jeffcityhomes.net.
Evelyn Loethen
761-3445

Price reduced-5607 Knern-
schield Road--$267,000!! This
ranch house, with an unusual
design features, over 3,350 sq. ft,
2 attached garages, garage area
in basement for at least 3 more
vehicles and other equipment.
There are over 2,600 sq. ft on
the main level. The large master
bedroom has a fireplace, walk-in
closet and wonderful bathroom.
It truly is a retreat for the owners.
The other two bedrooms were built
with a Jack & Jill design and have
two walk-in closets. Entertaining
will be no problem with this kitchen
and dining room area. There two
islands for food prep and serving
your guests. They can enjoy a
drink in front of the fireplace or set
out to the covered patio area. You
will need to see this great property
to appreciate it.
Linda Lee
761-3482

YOU’LL DEFINITELY APPRE-
CIATE the impressive features
throughout this new, 3 bedroom,
3 bath home, from the tall ceilings
to the maple floors, and the formal
dining room to the very large, eat-
in kitchen with lots of cabinets, an
island & stainless appliances. The
master suite, with a walk-in closet,
jetted tub & double vanity, will be
your own separate hideaway. And
the oversized, main level laundry
room with a sink is always an
added bonus. If you’re still wanting
more then check out the new family
room & full bath just finished down-
stairs, plus, there’s a huge storage
area & 3rd garage/workshop. This
beautiful & spacious home is ready
to go and ONLY $264,900! 5813
PEAR TREE LN, WARDSVILLE
Cathie Hirschvogel
761-3427

SPACIOUS RANCH ON 5 ACRES
Could be HOBBY Farm or HORSE
Ranch...endless possibilities!
Enjoy valted ceiings and light and
airy atmoshere. 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 in-
cludes lots of cabinets and walks
out to large deck/gazebo area.
Awesome 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 landscaped yard and
level land. Many GARDEN pos-
sibilities. Less than a mile from
Hwy 54 E. REDUCED and won’t
last long $235,000
Karen Leydens Martin
761-3442

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

NEW CONSTRUCTION w/3 CAR
GARAGE Spectacular new con-
struction brick rancher w/4 bed-
rooms on main. Spacious open
floor plan with vaulted ceiling &
gorgeous hardwoods in the liv-
ing room. Fabulous kitchen with
beautiful cabinets & a breakfast bar
open to a huge tiled dining area.
Step out onto the deck to overlook
your backyard with a peaceful,
wooded view. Main floor laundry.
Master bath is luxurious with a
tiled walk in shower & a heated jet-
ted corner tub for your relaxation.
Eastland to Bald Hill to R on Las
Brisas Ct. $229,900
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

A HOME THAT HAS IT ALL this
main level ranch home is located
on a quiet cul-de-sac. Home of-
fers privacy with a split bedroom
design on main level with 3 bed-
rooms & 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 & fam-
ily room. Large unfinished area for
abundant storage. Over 2800 sq. ft
of living space. New Roof 2013. All
this for the price of only $210,900.
Connie Nussbaum
761-3425
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$100,000-$200,000
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 $224,900. For more info
visit AlanWheatHomes.com or call
Alan Wheat
761-3444
358 AMY COURT - $209,900
BEAUTI FUL HARDWOOD
FLOORS highlight this Quality
Built all Brick Ranch offering over
2400 sq.ft. Stylish Kitchen features
Center Island, Nice Dining Area,
and Desk, Main Level Laundry,
Spacious Vaulted Living Room
opens to main level Patio. Huge
Family Room down with nice
Storage Area and 3rd Garage with
Workshop. Plus Two Car Attached
Garage. 3 Bedrooms and 4 Baths.
This is a Super Nice Home with
Many Updates.
www.LylaStark.net/10040625
Lyla Stark
761-3401

SCRUMDIDILYUMPTIOUS Is the
only word to describe this charm-
ing 4 bedroom, 2 story, with over
2700 sq ft. of finished area and
situated on a .94 acre kid friendly
play yard. Extras include a new
high efficiency Trane furnace
and new carpeting throughout in
2013, spacious kitchen with bay
window eating area and stainless
appliances , walk-in closets in ALL
bedrooms, main level Great Room
with gas fireplace, family entertain-
ment room downstairs wired for 7.1
surround sound and more! With
Belair School and a pricetag of
$194,500, a personal inspection is
a must! Calll EVELYN right away!
For interior pictures go to www.
jeffcityhomes.net.
Evelyn Loethen
761-3445

Work in Jeff City, Live in Ash-
land, Play in Columbia!! Quiet
subdivision only 15 min from
Jefferson City or Columbia. This
home has everything...open floor
plan, cathedral and coffered ceil-
ings, split bdrm design, gas fire-
place, huge master suite with walk
in closet, spacious master bath, jet-
ted tub plus shower, tiled laundry
and baths, custom made blinds,
and more! Llarge, bright, kitchen
with ample cabinets, pantry, lots of
counter space and more. Covered
patio, recently landscaped, privacy
fenced yard, new permanent shed
on concrete. Attractive large corner
lot. Plenty of parking with 3 car
oversized garage & wide driveway.
This property is in excellent condi-
tion and priced to sell! $184,900
605 Appaloosa, Ashland
Hank Vogt
761-3485

Here’s your second chance! Big
beautiful brick ranch home with
fabulous newer kitchen and main
floor family room. Great location,
too. Nicely landscaped lot, cabi-
netry by Toby’s, new flooring, lazy
susans, gorgeous appliances,
and a pantry. The great room
has a skylight for natural sunlight
and moonlight. You will enjoy the
new windows, third garage, and
greenspace behind the home.
Formal dining room, formal living
room, 3+ bedrooms, 3 baths, rec
room, and second kitchen, too.
Priced way below appraisal at
$181,900! Call Julie at 761-3412!
Julie Shiery
761-3412
1508 S SUMMIT, Holts Summit
- 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. Fam-
ily Room Down in walk-out base-
ment. 2 car carport. Holts Summit.
$169,900
www.LylaStark.net/10038963
Lyla Stark
761-3401

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. $179,900
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

1427 SATINWOOD DR - FOR THE
GROWING FAMILY - 4 Bedroom
Traditional in convenient location.
Formal Living and Dining Rooms,
Eat-in Kitchen and Main level Fam-
ily Room. Deck and Patio over-
looks Private wooded backyard.
2 Car Attached Garage. Updates
include Newer Hardwood Floors,
Stainless Steel Appliances, Roof
and More! $167,500
www.LylaStark.net/10040681
Lyla Stark
761-3401

SURROUNDED BY NATURE on
1.28 ac., 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. $165,000
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

QUALITY NEW CONSTRUCTION
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

FANTASTIC HOME NOW ONLY
$158,500 This 1 1/2 story home
with huge closets in all 3 bed-
rooms, 3 full baths, storage like
none other, family room down, with
an office or non conforming 4th
bedroom, 2 car attached garages,
and main level laundry is a must
see at 825 Shawn Drive and Bun-
nie can’t wait to show you.
Bunnie Trickey Cotten
761-3417

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

MAIN LEVEL LIVING WITH SPA-
CIOUS ROOMS. Home features
extra wide hallways, wood six
panel doors, large closets, walk
in closet in master bedroom.
Newer items: counters, backs-
plash, microwave, refrigerator,
vertical blinds, wood blinds, and
slider door. Home has some newer
interior paint, tiled porch & entry
way. Patio area has firepit, fenced
backyard with lots of landscaping
including lots of perennials. Stor-
age shed has a loft area, electric,
and built in ramps on rear of shed
for easy maintenance for riding
mower. 3 car attached garage has
lots of workbenches, pegboard,
and shelving. Very well maintained
home!! $159,900
Cathy Hennessy
761-3481
Ready to Buy? Ready to Sell?
Ready for RE/MAX!
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REDUCED! PERFECT FOR IN-
HOME DAY CARE! Beautifully up-
dated 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 2 garage,
2900+/- sq. ft. with full kitchenette
down, area for add’l. bedroom,
and walk-out to side yard! Master
suite boasts sitting area, walk-in
closet and walk-out to private deck.
Fenced yard and covered patio
make it great for summer evenings!
Located in West School district and
great walking neighborhood. NOW
$150,000
Carol Gardner
761-3460

4 BEDROOMS PLUS AN OF-
FICE!! You won’t be short of
space in this wonderful home with
3 baths, some new carpet & fresh
paint throughout. But wait until you
see the enormous family room!
Even the oversized, 2 car garage
has plenty of space for all your ex-
tras. There’s a main level laundry,
no-maintenance exterior & nice,
level lot - all on a quiet cul-de-sac.
2305 SCHNIEDER CT, $149,900
Cathie Hirschvogel
761-3427

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
Roger Wiggins
761-3423

9467 ERIKA LN, New Bloomfield
- NEWER RANCH - with appeal-
ing Floor Plan. Open Living Room
and Kitchen. Oak Cabinets, Black
Appliances, Granite Composite
Sink and Center Island. Master
Bedroom with Private Bath and
walk-in Closet. Family Room down
in Walk-out Basement. 2 Car Ga-
rage. $144,900
www.LylaStark.net/10039881
Lyla Stark
761-3401

2174 KAT LN, New Bloomfield
- LAKE FRONT - Fish from your
backyard! What an opportunity to
own this newish home with spa-
cious Living Room, Kitchen with
Pantry, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths and
finished Family Room down walks
out to patio overlooking Lake. Plus
enjoy 24’ above ground swimming
pool. Walking trail around lake and
shelter house all add to the ameni-
ties of this great area. $144,900
www.LylaStark.net/10040249
Lyla Stark
761-3401

NEW PRICE! 3 bdrm, 3 bath,
West end neighborhood, Belair
School District. Cathedral ceilings,
unique architecture, brick fireplace,
spacious, open floor plan, neutral
colors, main level laundry, quality
updates and more. Recent up-
dates include, new air conditioner,
water softener, lighting, recent
landscaping, newer roof, beautiful
ceramic tile flooring in the kitchen
& baths, and more. The downstairs
family room and full bath are brand
new. 15x30 above ground pool
is surrounded by a 24x48 deck.
Large fenced yard and new shed.
The owners have loved this house
and pride of ownership shows. 805
Troy, $137,000
Hank Vogt
761-3485

4802 WESTPORT DR - CHARM
AND CHARACTER - From the
minute you enter this impressive
high vaulted entry with tile floor and
split staircase you’ll love it. Vaulted
Living Room with Stone Fireplace,
Formal Dining, appliance Kitchen
with oak cabinets. Spacious Family
Room down. 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths,
Level fenced yard with deck. Al-
most 2000 sq.ft. $139,900
www.LylaStark.net/10040870
Lyla Stark
761-3401

1147 Village Features: LEVEL
FENCED BACKYARD, 3 Family
Rooms, Master bed with attached
bath, & 2 car garage! Close to
Schools! www.BethMcGeorge.com
$132,000
Beth McGeorge
761-3489

NICE RANCH IN QUIET EAST
END NEIGHBORHOOD Located
on a corner lot this quality built 3
bedroom, 3 bath ranch features
vaulted ceiling in the living room,
newer hardwood flooring in the
living room, hall and kitchen, fresh
paint throughout, finished family
room down complete with storage
room and oversized 2 car garage.
Other features include main level
laundry, and spacious master suite
w/walk-in closet, jetted tub plus
separate shower. Priced at only
$134,900!!
Teresa Regalado
761-3404

509 CASTLE DR - BEAUTIFUL
SCREEN PORCH - overlooking
Tree Shaded Backyard Highlights
this Gorgeous Rancher loaded with
Updates! Main level Family Room
with Newer Carpet and Fireplace,
Formal Living and Dining Rooms.
Corian Countertops in Kitchen with
Oak Raised panel Cabinets. Fam-
ily Room down plus Craft Room. 1
Car Basement Garage. $132,500
www.LylaStark.net/10040785
Lyla Stark
761-3401
Listings $100k - $200k
SPIFFY, with many updates.
This pampered beauty has been
updated with remarkable quality.
Beautiful hardwood floors, nice
country kitchen, and three delight-
ful bedrooms with hardwood floor-
ing. Two baths, but that new bath
is special. All tile with dual shower
heads and separate controls.
Stamped concrete patios and en-
tertainment sized deck overlooking
a park-like back yard. Smart style
in a great setting. Great pricing, at
only $130,000. Look now. Call Julie
at 761-3412!
Julie Shiery
761-3412

LOHMAN, MO... finds this 4 bed-
room charmer with Master Bed-
room and utility room on the main
floor and the 2 car garage is at-
tached. Billard Room plus a family
room with Tin Barrel ceiling. Tile
baths...Updated electrical, plumb-
ing, furnace and air...Lots of House
for $159,000. Adjacent shop with
4500 Square Feet
Mary Kinstler
761-3408

Great Westend Home! Enjoy the
back deck overlooking the fenced
in yard this summer. 4 bedroom
3 bath home Large 2 car garage.
Great family room down with room
for pool table. 2 wb fireplaces &
newly remodeled master bath.
Don’t miss this one priced to sell
at $129,900. Hwy 50 W to Apache
Flats exit, R on Gateway, R on
Woodhaven to 4923.
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

Delightful home on 4 1/2+ acres,
close to Jefferson City. All the fea-
tures you are looking for: hardwood
floors, dream kitchen, spacious liv-
ing room, three bedrooms, 3 baths,
and lower level family room. Spend
quiet moments on the private deck,
or invite your friends for a cook-out
on the patio or side deck. This is a
fantastic home with acreage close
to Jefferson City. $129,900!
Julie Shiery
761-3412

BEAUTIFULLY UPDATED AND
WELL KEPT BRICK RANCH
Great curb appeal invites you
into this lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath
ranch. Featuring a very spacious
living room complete w/brick fire-
place, beautifully updated kitchen
and baths, newer roof, newer deck
overlooking the huge yard, perfect
for family BBQ’s. There is also
plenty of room for expansion in the
unfinished basement. A must see
at only $124,900!
Teresa Regalado
761-3404
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1864 RABBIT RUN CT, Holts
Summit - OVER ONE ACRE
surrounds this country Rancher
offering over 1850 sq.ft. All newer
flooring on the main level. Fully ap-
plianced Eat-in Kitchen is loaded
with cabinets. Large Family Room
down. Double decks overlook pri-
vate backyard. $129,500
Lyla Stark
761-3401

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCA-
TION This darling all brick ranch
home sits on a corner lot. Newer
kitchen remodel, roof, gutters, bath
& kitchen countertops, flooring, &
paint. Hardwoods are gorgeous!
Huge deck! This one won’t last
long!Boonville to Hayselton to
1927 Allen Dr. $128,500
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334
Refreshing open floor plan! 3
bedroom, 2 full bath rancher on
large level lot with plenty of room
for sports, BBQs, or gardening!
You will be impressed with the spa-
cious living room with high vaulted
ceiling and stylish dormers that let
in plenty of natural light. Attrac-
tive 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 is a house
you would be proud to call home.
$128,500. More photos at www.
KenCrutchfield.net/10040703
Ken Crutchfield
761-3497

Thi s home has hi gh qual i ty
throughout, and exudes warmth
and charm for your family. You will
enjoy the beautiful floors in the
living room and dining room, the
newly tiled baths, the entertainin-
ment sized family room, and a
relaxing back patio for that fresh
cup of coffee each morning. All for
$123,900. Call Julie at 761-3412!
Julie Shiery
761-3412
Listings $100k - $200k
STATELY TWO STORY HOME El-
egant curb appeal with circle drive.
Rooms are large. Seller says hard-
wood under carpets in most rooms.
Spring is on its way & this home is
landscaped beautifully. Covered &
uncovered patios, a courtyard, big
double lot. This is a lot of house for
the money. Swifts Hwy to Pamela
to L on Linden $123,000
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

Newly renovated home in a con-
venient location close to Bush
Elementary School. Spacious main
level is all new, bright and cheery.
Fresh paint, new wood floors, new
tiled floors, new everything. The
kitchen is fresh and new with ter-
rific finishes. The lower level offers
a 3rd bedroom and second bath-
room. Private back yard, separate
two car garage adds to the great
appeal. Only $121,900! Call Julie
at 761-3412!
Julie Shiery
761-3412

NEW CUSTOM CABINETS! Re-
modeled 4 bedroom home on quiet
cul-de-sac. Refinished Hardwoods
On Both Levels. Ceramic Tile
In Refinished Bathroom. Newer
Roof & Siding, Stainless Steel
Appliances, Counter Tops, & Light-
ing Throughout. Swifts Hwy to
Pamela,L on Linden, R on Haw-
thorne Pkwy which turns into Bel-
levue Ct., go to 1006. $121,900
Stephanie Biggs
761-3334

MOTIVATED SELLER REDUCES
PRICE This just listed home is
now reduced to sell for $118,900
located at 1201 Roache, California,
is the perfect place if a gorgeous 3
bedroom 1 1/2 bath home with a de-
tached 3 car garage supporting an
apartment above sounds appealing.
This great investment is a MUST
SEE and Bunnie would love to show
you this wonderful home for many.
Bunnie Trickey Cotten
761-3417

You’ll love to call this home !
wonderful 1 plus story home lo-
cated in West school district. Eat-in
kitchen with tiled floors,plus formal
dining room. Large living room
with gas 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.
Connie Nussbaum
761-3425

LARGE MASTER SUITE! REC
ROOM WITH FIREPLACE! This
very affordable home has larger
rooms than most in this price
range. Main level living room plus
a large family room with fireplace
down. Newer big ticket items in-
cluding the roof, furnace and AC.
Patio off kitchen for those summer
BBQ’s! Short distance to Pioneer
Trail School. $110,000
Carlene Bax
761-3406

IN A QUIET, LITTLE CUL-DE-
SAC!! This VERY nicely updated,
3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home, also
has a family room, 2 car garage
& huge, fenced backyard! But
wait until you see the gorgeous,
Pergo floors, new carpet & nice
oak cabinets with new stainless
appliances. This newish home has
tilt windows, a no-maintenance
exterior & is move-in ready. A FAN-
TASTIC BUY AT ONLY $109,900!
1614 SHADY CT
Cathie Hirschvogel
761-3427

1312 Kolb All Brick Ranch home
with 1 car oversized garage! Fea-
tures: New windows, large back-
yard, finished basement, and near
Moreau Heights School on cul-de-
sac street. Pics @ BethMcGeorge.
com $109,900
Beth McGeorge
761-3489

PEACEFUL, QUIET, COUNTRY
... AND JUST REDUCED ! Extra
spacious home with living room &
fireplace, large kitchen with dining
& hearth room, master bedroom
with garden tub &separate shower,
plus 2 more bedrooms & full bath,
laundry/mud room entry. Front
porch for watching the wildlife pass
by. Two car detached garage for
storage &r shop area too! Nearly
five acres of peace and quiet -
$105,500 Hwy 54 to W Brazito Rd;
go approx. 6 miles; home on left
Kris Ballage
761-3419

MINT CONDITION! FOUR BED-
ROOM BRICK RANCHER! Noth-
ing to do here but move in and en-
joy! Newish roof, gutters, furnace,
AC, electrical and more! Beautiful
hardwood flooring on most of the
main floor. Four bedrooms, 2 full
baths plus a large tiled walk-in
shower. Nice deck overlooks the
level backyard. Walk-out base-
ment. Fully applianced kitchen.
All for $105,900!
Carlene Bax
761-3406

NEW PRICE!!! 4 bedroom 2
bath home on 1.28 ACRES with
a 1 car garage in JC. Features:
hardwood flooring, large kitchen,
and oversized bedrooms. MUST
SEE!! $99,900
Beth McGeorge
761-3489

1904 NORTH PARKWAY - QUAL-
ITY BRICK RANCH - Located in
convenient location just off South-
west Blvd. Spacious Living Room,
Eat-in Kitchen walks out to Deck.
Open Family Room down with
Bath. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bath and over
1800 sq.ft.$98,500
www.LylaStark.net/10040035
Lyla Stark
761-3401
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 delightful cooking space.
Oversized 2 car garage/shop for all
your tools and toys. Nice size level
lot with completely fenced very
private backyard. This home quali-
fies for the USDA 100% financing.
$82,000. See more photos at www.
KenCrutchfield.net/10040736
Ken Crutchfield
761-3497
UP TO $100,000
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NO WORK NEEDED!!! this 3
bedroom 1 1/2 bath 2 car garage
home is in middle of street detour,
but worth the look.. Siding, roof,
windows,super sized deck are
all new. Corner lot with beautiful
landscaped and fenced yard.
Freshly painted interior makes
this home, move in ready.
Kim Huffman
761-3407

QUIET WESTEND CUL-DE-
SAC STREET Cozy and comfort-
able and very nicely decorated!
Finished family room down.
Large deck overlooks the private
backyard which is already fenced
for the family pet or the kids!
Kitchen has been updated with a
modern look. Upper $80’s
Carlene Bax
761-3406

West School: Great Yard 3
bed, 2 bath home. 1 car garage
in West School District. Huge
fenced backyard, fresh paint,
new deck, new roof, hardwoods,
full basement & more! $89,900
Beth McGeorge
761-3489
All Brick Ranch Features: 3
Beds 2 Baths 1 car garage in
West School Dist. Large Up-
dated Kitchen, New Windows,
Hardwoods, Lg backyard, Full
Basement, and fireplace! Pics
@ BethMcGeorge.com $86,900
Beth McGeorge
761-3489
Listings up to $100k
$79,900 buys this cottage on
309 Gordon!!!! This 3 bedroom
rock house has been remod-
eled--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 a place for
the kids of all ages to hang out.
Linda Lee
761-3482

FANTASTIC HOME - CEN-
TRALLY LOCATED! This house
is in a great location - close to
The Capitol, downtown, the mall,
major highways, and in the West
School District! This ranch-style
house has hardwood fl oors
upstairs along with hardwoods
under the carpet, built-in pantry,
lots of storage room downstairs
and a built-in bookcase, new
efficient HVAC system, main-
tenance-free exterior with nice
flat, fenced backyard, covered
carport, and outside storage.
Extra room downstairs can be
used as a small bedroom or of-
fice (no closet). Please come see
and make an offer! REDUCED
TO $79,500!
Cathy Hennessy
761-3481

ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE
ONE LEVEL HOME! Perfect for
the 1st time home buyer or rental
property, this newer ranch shows
wonderfully and features modern
kitchen and beautiful designer
decor, newer roof, attached ga-
rage and more. Move-in ready
and only $78,900!
Teresa Regalado
761-3404

One of a kind, Quality from the
past! LOTS OF NEW, Updates
include: new windows, siding,
roof, paint, ceiling fans, light-
ing, A/C, and furnace. Updated
electric and plumbing. Updated
kitchen with new cabinets, sink,
counters, eating bar/island, and
new dishwasher. The bath has
been completely updated and
remodeled. The laundry has
been brought to the main level
too!! The full basement is clean
and perfect for storage or work-
shop. The beautiful wood floors
are refinished, RARE Bird’s Eye
Maple! Within walking distance
to schools, park, and more. The
Lewis & Clark extension of the
Greenway Fitness Trail is right
across the street!! Easily move
right in. $67,000
Hank Vogt
761-3485

Beautiful Westpoint Condo!
Over 3000 finished sq. feet condo
with main level living, lrg spacious
rooms, 3-4 bdrms, Year Round
Sun Room, Vaulted Ceilings,
Nice Landscaping, Maintenance
Free Deck, Lrg Patio and the
list just keeps going. Pride of
ownership is very evident. Being
offered at $222,500. For more in-
formation visit AlanWheatHomes.
com or call
Alan Wheat
761-3444

A SLEEPER ON THIS ONE~~~
Wow! Great location, attached
garage, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
completely updated kitchen, new
carpet down, gorgeous rock fire-
place, main level laundry, large
family room with dining area or
office. So much to offer! NOW
$104,900!!!2020 Stadium!
Carol Gardner
761-3460

5437/ 5441 DEER VALLEY - IN-
CREASE YOUR INVESTMENT
PORTFOLIO - With this Newish
Duplex built by Kent Bentlage.
Each unit features 2 Bedrooms
and 2 Baths. West. $209,900
www.LylaStark.net/10039617
Lyla Stark
761-3401

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

FABULOUS MONEY MAKER
This duplex with an excellant
rental history is ready to make
you some money pri ced at
$68,500 for two units that always
have a Tenant, with laundry fa-
cilities on both sides, a detached
garage, great corner lot located
a 1014 W McCarty. Call Bunnie
to see today.
Bunnie Trickey Cotten
761-3417
FIRST TIME INVESTORS - You
will Love this Duplex with a wes-
tend location. Brick 2 Story, each
unit has 1012 sq.ft. Full base-
ment with Laundry hook-ups.
Some newer windows. $44,900
www.LylaStark.net/10038770
Lyla Stark
761-3401

Excellent Highway Visibility
This property has high visibility
near the corner of Route C & Hwy
179. Metal building/work shop
has approximately 2400 sq ft of
open space. 3 overhead doors,
and two walk out doors. Cur-
rently a dividing partition making
2-30x40 work areas. Over a half
acre lot with ample parking. This
property has lots of potential or
can be used as is for a construc-
tion shop, storage, work shop,
or more. There is opportunity to
generate rental income here too!!
$125,000
Hank Vogt
761-3485
INVESTMENT
CONDOS/
TOWNHOMES
COMMERCIAL

SUMMER AT ITS BEST With this
custom built DAY CARE at 312
Stadium that has run a success-
ful business for over 25 years,
and is in a grand central location
for dropping those 30 preschool
children off. This perfect invest-
ment is priced to sell at $79,900,
call Bunnie to see today.
Bunnie Trickey Cotten
761-3417
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LANDS AND LOTS
Office Space For Lease Great Location,
Hwy 50 West Visibility with 3,945 Sq. Ft.
Office Suite, can divide. Aggressive rates/
Ample parking.
Sharon Keating
761-3414
ATTENTION DEVELOPERS!! Approxi-
mately 70 acres West off Rainbow Dr.
in St. Martins lies this beautiful piece of
land. Public sewer and water already
there! Easy access off Hwy 50 and close
to Binder Lake complex. $8,500 per acre!
Carlene Bax
761-3406
Great Double Building Lot for build-
ing a home or possibly an investment
to build duplexes. Possible room for
multiple properties. Priced at $36,000.
Call for details!
Karen Leydens Martin
761-3442
LAKE OR OSAGE RIVER? Enjoy both
on this 2.18 acre lot in Hidden Valley!
What a life with access to both and in
Blair Oaks schools; just minutes from
Jeff. City. Great price at $28,900!
Carol Gardner
761-3460
Lots in HILLERS CREEK, 1.17 to 2.62
Acres $16,900 - 28,900
Lots in RYAN’S LAKE, .71 - .90 Acre
$25,000 - 28,000
Lot 102 HILLERS CREEK, 1.53 Acres
$24,500
LOT 3 AND 4 MADELINES PARK, Each
$28,500 - Or $47,500 for both
JENNIFER DR, Half Acre $28,500
5710 TANNER BRIDGE ROAD, 1.54
Acres $29,900
322 SCHELLRIDGE ROAD, Half Acre
$47,500
220 HIGHLAND WAYE, 1.12 Acres $49,900
888 BOONVILLE ROAD, 1 Acre $84,900
32 ACRES Near Fulton, $128,000
11818 STATE ROAD BB, 146 Acres,
$2700 an acre
52940 W RAI LROAD, 174 Acres,
$1,680,000
Lyla Stark
761-3401
2323 ST LOUIS RD - SECLUDED HIDE-A-WAY
featuring 3 Acres, In-Ground Heated and
Cooled Swimming Pool Plus An Amazing Quality
Built Rancher. It is All Here! Vaulted Ceilings,
Granite Island in Kitchen, Main Level Laundry,
3 Garages, 2 Fireplaces and Six Panel Doors.
Beautiful Tree Lined Backyard! $279,900
www.LylaStark.net/100
1106 MAJOR DR - STUNNING - 4 Bedroom
Ranch in Moreau Heights School. Outstanding
Kitchen features cherry cabinets, gorgeous
granite countertop, stainless steel appliances
and cast iron sink. Formal Living and Dining
Rooms with see thru fireplace. Spacious Family
Room down with 2nd Kitchen. Partially fenced
backyard. 2 Car Attached Garage. $179,900
www.LylaStark.net/10040226
1016 SATINWOOD CT - MAIN LEVEL LIVING
- In this All Brick Ranch in well established
neighborhood. Hardwood Entry, Coffered
Ceilings and Gas Log Fireplace are just a few
of the great amenities. Large Master Bedroom,
Mud Room off Kitchen plus main level Laundry.
Original Owner has kept this home looking
great. $238,500
www.LylaStark.net/10040477
952 SARDONYX - BEAUTIFUL RANCHER
- featuring over 2200 sq. ft. Vaulted Ceiling,
hardwood floors in Kitchen and Dining Area.
Master Bedroom has Jetted Tub, Double Vanities
and Shower. Family Room down with Bar Area.
Two Car Garage. Huge Backyard. $174,900
www.LylaStark.net/10040329
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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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$249,900 6+/- Acres 4 BR, 3
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Old Hwy 54, L on Hutton Ln, R on CR
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615 E CAPITOL AVE
$179,900 LOTS OF NEW surrounded
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fore old prison. Terry Moore/291-2163 /

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3923 RANDALL DR
$131,900 UPDATED HOME loaded
w/charm. 3 BR, 2.5 BA tri-level, open
spacious floor plan, crowm molding,
Scott Station to Randall. Leigh Ann
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$128,500 1717 INDEPENDENCE
Completely updated split level in Cedar
Hill School district, Vaulted ceiling,
wonderful patio space, new carpet,
windows, furnace, a/c Plus Solar Pan-
els. $128,500 Adam Stark/230-7791 /

$69,500 1140 DARLENE Great
potential for Investor, 3 BR, 2 BA
1679 sq ft, needs some TLC, short
sale being sold as is. $69,500 Allen
Hollander/761-3309 /
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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 on 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 /

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 /

6819 BUSINESS 50 WEST Profit-
able restaurant on over half an acre
of land on the west end, just outside
city limits., nicely maintained building
recently updated. $245,000 Lisa
Kauffman/680-0083 /

227 ROSE PARK DR Pampered 4
BR, 3 BA, 3 garages near Pioneer Tr
School. Crown molding, hardwoods,
tall ceilings, 2 room master suite.
$239,500 Clare Darnell/690-0414 /

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 /

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 $187,500
Adam Stark/230-7791 /
1025 HALIFAX Ranch home w/ 4
BR, 3 full BA, with almost 2700 sq ft.
$165,000 Adam Stark/230-7791 /

1508 LA HACIENDA compeltely
remodeled 4 BR, 3 BA, private back-
yard, covered deck, FmRm down &
plenty of storage. $158,500 Adam
Stark/230-7791 /

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 /

1912 PILGRIM CT 1+ Story at
the end of a cul-de-sac, hardwoods,
vaulted ceiling, eat-in kitchen, private
back yard. 3 BR, FmRm down w/
wet bar & office. $145,000 Adam
Stark/230-7791 /

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

9440 ERI KA Beaut i f ul 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 Brick ranch w/2 car
garage, LR, DR, eat in kitchen, main
level laundry, 3 BR, 2 BA, FmRm
down w/ fireplace & another bath +
plenty of storage. $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 /

4907 RAINBOW DR Completely
remodeled throughout, hardwoods,
New FmRm addition gives extra space,
FmRm down w/ extra bedroom,
above ground pool, two storage sheds.
$128,000 Adam Stark/230-7791 /

2012 MEADOW LN 4 BR, gleaming
hardwood floors, sunroom, 2nd kitchen
area in lower level, stainless steel appli-
ances and maple cabinets. $109,900
Allen Hollander/761-3309 /

1208 MONROE Opportunity to
open your own business, just minutes
from JC, a well known location of a
lawnmower retail/repair shop, extra
lot for sale. $99,900 Leigh Ann Ber-
lener/821-0388 /

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 /

1002 MONROE Wonder updated
home top to bottom, new appliances,
refinished hardwoods, tile & carpet,
refinished claw foot tub, furnace &
A/C, water panel + more.\ $69,900
Doug Puckett/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 /
Pick Up Your Complimentary Copy Of The Jefferson City Board of REALTORS
Real Estate Guide At Any Of The Following Locations:
Gerbes Super
(Schotthill Woods)
Scholastic/Cafeteria
News Tribune Front Office
Luebbering’s 66
(Holts Summit)
Mosers
Grocery Store (Holts Summit)
Scott’s Corner
Gerbes West
Bee Line Snack
Shop (Lohman Rd.)
Hy-Vee
Lowe’s
WalMart Gas Station
Walmart
Mosers
Grocery Store (Mo. Blvd.)
Schnuck’s
Schulte’s Fresh Foods
Board of REALTORS
Employment Security
Truman Building
(4th Floor)
Convenient Food Mart
Chamber of Commerce
CONTACT YOUR REALTOR®
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OPEN HOUSE LISTINGS
FRIDAY
$214,900 4:30-6:00 303 Old Gibler
SATURDAY
$65,000 9:00-10:00 205 Pierce St.
$67,900 12:00-1:00 100 N Polk
$69,900 11:00-12:00 809 Mulberry
$75,900 11:00-12:00 611 Michigan
$81,900 11:30-12:30 211 Pierce
$83,500 10:30-12:00 313 Glenwood Dr., New Bloomfield
$87,000 9:30-10:30 1214 W. High St.
$94,900 10:30-11:30 1310 Swifts Highway, D201
$94,900 11:00-12:00 1823 Ella
$96,900 9:00-10:00 2830 West Renns Lake Road
$96,900 11:30-12:30 1009 Holly Dr
$101,900 10:00-11:00 1206 Jobe Drive
$124,000 11:30-12:30 222 Indian Meadow
$124,900 10:30-11:30 629 Belmont
$129,900 10:00-11:00 2521 Lexington
$131,900 11:30-12:30 3923 Randall Dr
$134,900 10:00-11:00 714 Washington Street
$137,500 10:00-11:00 223 Mary Drive
$139,800 9:00-10:00 718 Dean Drive
$139,900 11:30-12:30 4810 Sunrise Drive (Taos)
$149,900 12:00-1:00 3119 Country Club Drive
$153,400 11:00-12:30 83 Foxtrotter Ln
$156,900 1:00-2:00 901 El Cerrito
$167,000 10:30-11:30 2501 Cheryl Drive
$169,900 12:30-1:30 2304 Jason Ct
$174,900 10:00-11:00 1504 Notting Hill
$175,000 9:00-10:00 329 Eastland
$179,500 9:00-10:00 122 Riverwood
$179,900 10:30-12:00 615 E Capitol
$186,000 11:00-12:30 1143 Choctaw Ridge, Holts Summit
$186,700 10:00-12:00 423 Emerald Green Ridge, New Bloomfield
$194,900 10:15-11:15 5024 Sunrise Dr., Taos
$194,900 11:00-12:00 200 W. Forest Court
$194,900 12:30-2:00 1648 Cedar Lane Holts Summit
$199,500 1:30-3:00 2418 Camzie Dr
$199,900 10:15-11:15 5020 Sunrise Dr., Taos
$219,900 1:30-2:30 135 Lake Park Street, Holts Summit
$249,900 10:00-11:00 10831 Co Rd 371, Holts Summit
$249,900 12:00-1:00 137 Hill Top Lane - Linn
$255,000 12:30-1:30 921 Sumter Place
$259,000 1:30-2:30 14 N. Larand - Lake MyKee
$259,900 12:00-1:00 1837B Cedar Ridge Road
$289,900 10:30-12:00 5816 Tanner Bridge Road
$338,500 10:00-11:30 5519 La Charette Dr.
$369,900 10:00-11:00 4024 Catalina
SUNDAY
$99,900 12:00-1:00 1117 Darlene
$105,000 1:30-2:30 2607 Schott
$137,500 1:00-3:00 41 Sue Drive Ashland
$145,900 1:30-2:30 4510 Randall Street
$154,000 1:45-2:45 220 Northrup, Holts Summit
$175,900 11:30-12:30 321 Riverview Drive
$199,900 1:00-2:30 7714 Hunters Lane
$204,000 12:30-2:00 4812 Southfork Dr
$229,000 12:30-1:30 320 Harwood, Holts Summit
$299,900 1:30-3:00 1004 Satinwood Court
761-3410 1 61 6 76 76 77666611 77761 761
Kim Prenger
5922 STERLING RIDGE
NOT A HOME TO BE MISSED Featured
in City Magazine, this home shows quality
construction. You’ll find this lake home
provides beautiful views from many
places. Inside you will find such features
as Brazilian hardwood flooring, special
designed ceilings, arched doorways, granite
counters. $374,500
800 COUNTRY RIDGE
4 BEDROOMS WEST- NOW $194,000
Located in Foxvboro subdivision this main
level living home has 4 bedrooms 3 baths, a
13 foot wet bar and a HOT TUB that stays.
Don’t miss out on this great home.
1619 RIDGEWOOD
MOVE IN READY IN WEST SCHOOL
Looking for something updated in West
School that is move in ready? From the
front door you are greeted with warm
colors and gleaming hardwood floors,
updated kitchen, tiled bath, and a bonus
family room on the main level. $95,000
West McCarty to Ridgewood.
210 BUCHANAN
GREAT PRICE & MOVE IN READY This 1
1/2 Story all brick home has had many, many
updates. Refinished hardwood floors, updated
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2) Well before he snagged his Academy Award, what ac-
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Vinny,” she played a college student in what NBC sitcom?
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“The Lazarus Syndrome”?
5) Two-time Oscar winner Sally Field played a woman
with ESP in what 1973-74 NBC sitcom?
6) More than two decades before winning an Oscar for
“Cocoon,” this actor hosted a popular NBC variety series
in the ’60s called “International Showtime.” Who was he?
7) Michael Douglas is known to many TV viewers as Steve
Keller on “The Streets of San Francisco.” Can you name the
role and the film for which he won his best actor Oscar?
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later Oscar winner played the same role in the TV adap-
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‘Under the Dome’ and
the world outside
By Kate O’Hare
© Zap2it
It’s Monday, April 15, and cast, crew and a
contingent of press are inside of a soundstage
in Wilmington, N.C., watching a tense scene
destined for the CBS summer event series,
the 13-episode adaptation of the Stephen King
novel, “Under the Dome.”
Premiering Monday, June 24, it chronicles
the events in the small town of Chester’s Mill,
Maine, when a transparent dome suddenly ap-
pears over it, putting every living thing there in
utter isolation.
The large cast includes Mike Vogel (“Pan
Am,” “Bates Motel”) as Dale “Barbie” Barbara,
an Army veteran in town on a mysterious mis-
sion; Rachelle Lefevre as investigative reporter
Julia Shumway, whose husband is suddenly
nowhere to be found; Ned Bellamy as the Rev.
Lester Coggins; Dean Norris as “Big Jim” Ren-
nie, a politician and town bigwig; Alexander
Koch as Junior, his disturbed son; Britt Robert-
son as Angie McAlister, a sharp-witted young
woman involved with Junior; and Jeff Fahey as
police chief Howard “Duke” Perkins.
Also starring are Colin Ford, Natalie Marti-
nez, Nicholas Strong, Jolene Purdy and Aisha
Hinds. Executive producers for Steven Spiel-
berg’s Amblin Television are Neal Baer, King,
Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank, Stacey Snider, Jack
Bender (who’s also the showrunner) and Brian
K. Vaughan.
“Not only do I love the world, the Stephen
King-ness of it,” says Bender in one of a series
of pre-lunch interviews, “but I really am fasci-
nated by these people that we get to put under
the microscope by this dome.”
Bender previously worked on ABC’s “Lost,”
about airline passengers who crash-land on an
island, and he sees similarities.
“We’re not going to be politically correct,” he
says, “and we’re going to be true to the charac-
ters in Chester’s Mill — what’s been created from
Stephen’s book — but I do think one of the things
that’s cool about this is it speaks to, as did ‘Lost,’
how do we all survive? How do we all live?
“There’s this thin layer of cellophane be-
tween us and the other kind of life where all
you’re worrying about is survival, which most of
us have been blessed not to live.”
For Junior, the landing of the dome intensifies
his connection to Angie, but not in a good way.
“He has a father that wasn’t always there for
him,” Koch says. “He has issues with his mother
that are unresolved. Because of that, he grows
this obsessive need, this want of love from
someone, and he finds it in Angie.
“Once she goes away, it’s like his whole
world is taken out from under him, and he
needs to get it back. So he’ll go through drastic
measures to get it.”
Just as Junior may have hidden issues that
come to the surface, the sardonic Angie is not
entirely innocent either.
“The Junior she knows in the pilot,” says
Robertson, “is someone she can manipulate,
someone she can control, someone she can
do whatever she wants with. He’s just this guy
who’s taken by her, and she doesn’t feel any real hold
over the relationship. She’s just trying to have fun.
“Then she sees the real Junior, and that’s scary for her
— not because he’s scary. It’s scary because she didn’t
see it. She’s someone who reads people very easily and
prides herself on that.
“If he was one way and then became this person that
she’s seeing now, who will he turn into eventually? That’s
what the dome has done.”
Vogel sees the show as echoing the reality beyond the
soundstage.
“We’re dealing with a cataclysmic event here,” he
says. “The reason that there’s such a draw to that kind
of stuff nowadays is because of the global temperature
right now — North Korea off the hinges; Greece off the
hinges; Egypt off the hinges; America, the dollar essen-
tially devalued.
“With all these things happening, people have asked
themselves this question, ‘What would I do, if? What
would I do if that thing happened?’ ”
But journalist Julia has a different priority than navel
gazing.
“She’s too busy,” says Lefevre, “asking everybody else
questions. She’s too busy being a reporter.”
With lunch over and interviews in the can, attention
shifts to a violent scene in which Junior has Angie impris-
oned in a bunker, and she makes a bid for freedom.
But soon Twitter feeds start humming with break-
ing news. Over the studio’s Wi-Fi, an iPad becomes a
window to the larger world, as the events of the Boston
Marathon bombing start to unfold in real time.
For many people in Boston and surrounding commu-
nities that fateful afternoon and over the next few days,
these “what if” questions became terrifyingly real, result-
ing in a mix of merciless violence, acts of heroism, fear,
joy, shattering sorrow, stunned disbelief and resolute
action.
One suspects fictional Chester’s Mill won’t be very
much different.
FRIDAY
JUNE 21, 2013
9:00
FXSP Boxing Golden Boy Live:
Johan Perez vs. Steve Forbes
From the BB&T Center.
1:00
FXSP Track and Field Bolder
Boulder
2:00
ESPN College Baseball NCAA
World Series, Game 11: Teams
TBA From Omaha, Neb. (N) (Live)
Å
7:00
ESPN College Baseball NCAA
World Series, Game 12: Teams
TBA From Omaha, Neb. (N) (Live)
Å
FXSP MLB Baseball Texas Rang-
ers at St. Louis Cardinals From
Busch Stadium in St. Louis. (N Sub-
ject to Blackout) (Live)
SYFY WWE Friday Night Smack-
Down! (N) ’ Å
10:00
ESPN SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å
FXSP Cardinals Live (N) (Live)
11:00
ESPN SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å
12:00
FXSP MLB Baseball Texas Rang-
ers at St. Louis Cardinals From
Busch Stadium in St. Louis. (Subject
to Blackout)
SATURDAY
JUNE 22, 2013
9:45
ESPN Soccer FIFA U-20 World
Cup: Mexico vs. Greece From Ga-
ziantep, Turkey. (N) (Live)
1:00
KRCG Lucas Oil Off Road Racing
From Lake Elsinore, Calif. (Taped)
Å
1:30
ESPN Soccer Confederations
Cup: Japan vs. Mexico From Hori-
zonte, Brazil. (N) (Live)
2:00
KOMU Motorcycle Racing AMA
Motocross Series From Budds
Creek, Md. (N) (Live) ’ Å
KRCG PGA Tour Golf Travelers
Championship, Third Round From
TPC River Highlands in Cromwell,
Conn. (N) (Live) Å
FXSP Boxing Golden Gloves
Championships From Salt Lake
City. (Taped)
3:00
KMIZ ESPN Sports Saturday (N)
WGN-A MLB Baseball Houston
Astros at Chicago Cubs From
Wrigley Field in Chicago. (N) (Live)
4:00
ESPN NASCAR Racing Nation-
wide Series: Sargento 200 From
Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wis.
(N) (Live)
FXSP Boxing Golden Boy Live
- Frankie Gomez vs. Lanard Lane
From Las Vegas, NV.
6:00
KQFX MLB Baseball Texas Rang-
ers at St. Louis Cardinals From
Busch Stadium in St. Louis. (N)
(Live) ’ Å
7:00
KOMU 2013 Stanley Cup Final
Boston Bruins at Chicago Black-
hawks Game 5. From the United
Center in Chicago. (If necessary).
(N) (Live) ’ Å
7:30
KZOU MLS Soccer Sporting Kan-
sas City at FC Dallas From FC Dal-
las Stadium in Dallas. (N) (Live)
ESPN College Baseball NCAA
World Series, Game 14: Teams
TBA From Omaha, Neb. (If neces-
sary). (N) (Live) Å
10:00
FXSP Boxing Golden Gloves
Championships From Salt Lake
City.
10:30
ESPN SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å
SUNDAY
JUNE 23, 2013
12:00
KOMU Auto Racing Stadium Su-
per Truck Series From Chicago.
(Taped) ’ Å
1:00
WGN-A MLB Baseball Chicago
White Sox at Kansas City Royals
From Kauffman Stadium in Kansas
City, Mo. (N) (Live)
TBS MLB Baseball Tampa Bay
Rays at New York Yankees From
Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, N.Y.
(N) (Live) Å
FXSP Boxing Golden Gloves
Championships From Salt Lake
City.
1:30
KMIZ IndyCar Racing Iowa Corn
Indy 250 From Iowa Speedway in
Newton, Iowa. (N) (Live)
ESPN Soccer Confederations
Cup: Nigeria vs. Spain From For-
taleza, Brazil. (N) (Live)
2:00
KRCG PGA Tour Golf Travelers
Championship, Final Round From
TPC River Highlands in Cromwell,
Conn. (N) (Live) Å
FXSP Boxing Golden Boy Live
- Frankie Gomez vs. Lanard Lane
From Las Vegas, NV.
TNT NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup:
Toyota/Save Mart 350 From So-
noma Raceway in Sonoma, Calif.
(N) (Live) Å
3:00
KOMU Track and Field U.S. Out-
door Championships From Des
Moines, Iowa. (N) (Live) ’ Å
4:00
ESPN MLS Soccer New York Red
Bulls at Philadelphia Union From
PPL Park in Chester, Pa. (N) (Live)
6:00
FXSP Bull Riding Championship
(Taped)
7:00
ESPN MLB Baseball Texas Rang-
ers at St. Louis Cardinals From
Busch Stadium in St. Louis. (N)
(Live) Å
9:40
WGN-A Instant Replay (N) ’ Å
10:00
ESPN SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å
MONDAY
JUNE 24, 2013
6:00
ESPN 2013 Wimbledon Champi-
onships Early Round, Day 1 From
the All-England Lawn Tennis and
Croquet Club in Wimbledon, Eng-
land. (N) (Live) Å
2:00
ESPN 2013 Wimbledon Champi-
onships Early Round, Day 1 From
the All-England Lawn Tennis and
Croquet Club in Wimbledon, Eng-
land. (N) (Live) Å
4:00
ESPN Around the Horn Sports
reporters across the country dis-
cuss topics affecting their regions.
(N) ’ Å
7:00
KOMU 2013 Stanley Cup Final
Chicago Blackhawks at Boston
Bruins Game 6. (If necessary). (N)
(Live) ’ Å
ESPN College Baseball NCAA
World Series Championship,
Game 1: Teams TBA From Omaha,
Neb. (N) (Live) Å
USA WWE Monday Night RAW (N)
(Live) ’ Å
10:00
ESPN SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å
11:00
ESPN SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å
TUESDAY
JUNE 25, 2013
4:00
ESPN Around the Horn Sports
reporters across the country dis-
cuss topics affecting their regions.
(N) ’ Å
7:00
ESPN College Baseball NCAA
World Series Championship,
Game 2: Teams TBA From Omaha,
Neb. (N) (Live) Å
FXSP MLB Baseball St. Louis
Cardinals at Houston Astros From
Minute Maid Park in Houston. (N
Subject to Blackout) (Live)
8:15
HBO 2 Days: Gennady Golovkin
Following Gennady Golovkin before
a big fight. ’ Å
9:00
HBO REAL Sports With Bryant
Gumbel (N) ’ Å
10:00
ESPN SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å
FXSP Cardinals Live (N) (Live)
11:00
ESPN SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å
FXSP Bull Riding Championship
12:00
FXSP MLB Baseball St. Louis
Cardinals at Houston Astros From
Minute Maid Park in Houston. (Sub-
ject to Blackout)
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 26, 2013
12:00
FXSP MLB Baseball St. Louis
Cardinals at Houston Astros From
Minute Maid Park in Houston. (Sub-
ject to Blackout)
1:30
ESPN Soccer Confederations
Cup, Semifinal: Teams TBA From
Horizonte, Brazil. (N) (Live)
7:00
KOMU 2013 Stanley Cup Final
Boston Bruins at Chicago Black-
hawks Game 7. From the United
Center in Chicago. (If necessary).
(N) (Live) ’ Å
WGN-A MLB Baseball Chicago
Cubs at Milwaukee Brewers
From Miller Park in Milwaukee.
(N) (Live)
ESPN College Baseball NCAA
World Series Championship,
Game 3: Teams TBA From Oma-
ha, Neb. (If necessary). (N) (Live)
Å
FXSP MLB Baseball St. Louis
Cardinals at Houston Astros From
Minute Maid Park in Houston. (N
Subject to Blackout) (Live)
ION WWE Main Event Featuring
WWE Superstars and Divas from
the rosters of RAW and Smack-
Down. (N) ’
8:00
SPIKE Fight Master: Bellator MMA
The elimination round begins as ten
fighters battle in the cage. ’ Å
9:00
SPIKE Fight Master: Bellator MMA
Strategy heats up as the coaches
plead their cases to each winning
fighter. (N) ’ Å
10:00
ESPN SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å
FXSP Cardinals Live (N) (Live)
SPIKE Fight Master: Bellator
MMA The elimination round begins
as ten fighters battle in the cage.
’ Å
11:00
ESPN SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å
FXSP Boxing Golden Gloves
Championships From Salt Lake
City.
SPIKE Fight Master: Bellator MMA
Strategy heats up as the coaches
plead their cases to each winning
fighter. ’ Å
12:00
FXSP MLB Baseball St. Louis
Cardinals at Houston Astros From
Minute Maid Park in Houston. (Sub-
ject to Blackout)
THURSDAY
JUNE 27, 2013
10:00
ESPN X Games Munich From Mu-
nich, Germany. (N) (Live) Å
12:00
FXSP MLB Baseball St. Louis
Cardinals at Houston Astros From
Minute Maid Park in Houston. (Sub-
ject to Blackout)
1:30
ESPN Soccer Confederations
Cup, Semifinal: Teams TBA From
Fortaleza, Brazil. (N) (Live)
7:00
FXSP Bull Riding Champion-
ship
SPIKE Fight Master: Bellator MMA
Strategy heats up as the coaches
plead their cases to each winning
fighter. ’ Å
8:00
SPIKE iMPACT Wrestling (N) ’
Å
10:00
SPIKE Fight Master: Bellator MMA
Strategy heats up as the coaches
plead their cases to each winning
fighter. ’ Å
11:00
ESPN SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å
12:00
FXSP Boxing Golden Boy Live
- Frankie Gomez vs. Lanard Lane
From Las Vegas, NV.
TV Week, June 21 to June 27, 2013 Page 3
sportslistings
By George Dickie
© Zap2it
Questions:
1) Which is the oldest of the four major championships
of golf?
2) Which is the only one played on the same course
every year?
3) How many points in the World Golf Rankings is
each major worth?
4) Which is the only major hosted by the PGA of
America?
5) Which major typically takes place just as summer is
beginning?
6) Which tournament is considered golf’s unofficial
“fifth major”?
7) Which major is always played on a links-style
course?
8) Which major is an invitational?
9) Which is the only major played outside the United
States?
10) Five players have won all four majors during their
careers. Can you name them?
A n s w e r s :
1 ) T h e B r i t i s h O p e n , f i r s t p l a y e d i n 1 8 6 0
2 ) T h e M a s t e r s , a t A u g u s t a N a t i o n a l i n G e o r g i a
3 ) 5 0
4 ) T h e P G A C h a m p i o n s h i p
5 ) T h e U . S . O p e n
6 ) T h e P l a y e r s C h a m p i o n s h i p
7 ) T h e B r i t i s h O p e n
8 ) T h e M a s t e r s
9 ) T h e B r i t i s h O p e n
1 0 ) G e n e S a r a z e n , B e n H o g a n , G a r y P l a y e r , J a c k
N i c k l a u s , T i g e r W o o d s
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Chris Pine’s Top 10 Movies
“Rise of the Guardians” (2012): Even
in voice only, Pine makes a credible Jack Frost
in this animated fantasy.
“People Like Us” (2012): Minus action
frills, Pine does fine work as a man who meets
the sister (Elizabeth Banks) he never knew he
had.
“This Means War” (2012): Pine and
Tom Hardy are engaging as CIA agents who
amp up their spy game while competing for the
same woman (Reese Witherspoon).
“Celeste & Jesse Forever” (2012):
His definitely is a supporting role, but Pine
adds to the enjoyment of the comedy-drama of
ex-spouses (Rashida Jones, Andy Samberg)
trying to remain friends.
“Unstoppable” (2010): Denzel Washing-
ton is a heady acting match, and Pine fares
well opposite him in director Tony Scott’s tale
of two train men trying to stop a runaway lo-
comotive.
“Small Town Saturday Night” (2010):
One of Pine’s lower-budget efforts yields one
of his most enjoyable performances, as he
plays an aspiring country star trying to handle
a troubled romance.
“Star Trek” (2009): The boots of enter-
prising spaceman James Kirk are not easy
for a young actor to fill, and it’s much to Pine’s
credit that he’s a believable forerunner to iconic
William Shatner.
“Bottle Shock” (2008): Pine must have
had much fun refreshmentwise while making
this story of competition among winemakers.
“Smokin’ Aces” (2006): An established
gangster’s contract on a mob hopeful is the plot
hinge uniting numerous actors including Pine.
“The Princess Diaries 2: Royal En-
gagement” (2004): Pine makes an appeal-
ing leading man for returnee Anne Hathaway’s
Princess Mia.
Kids Sports Movies
TV Week, June 21 to June 27, 2013 Page 5
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“The other thing I would like to tell everybody is that their ethnicity is
so important to the strength and fiber of America, and in practicing their
ethnicity it hopefully makes America stronger, and more of what America
is all about.” — chef Lidia Bastianich of “Lidia Celebrates America” on
PBS
“It is no coincidence, as anybody in my family will tell you, that I went
into this business. Between (New York Gov.) Andrew, my pop (former
New York Gov. Mario) and my mom, there ain’t a lot of options left. You
have to learn to listen, and you have to learn to ask questions.” — Chris
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How to Live With Your Parents (For
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Polly (Sarah Chalke), who’s always
considered herself average, asks the
family to help get Natalie (Rachel
Eggleston) into a gifted program and
discovers she’s gifted in her own way.
Elaine’s (Elizabeth Perkins) participa-
tion in Max’s (Brad Garrett) play read-
ing has an impact on their sex life in
the series finale, “How to Be Gifted.”
Jon Dore also stars.
monday
9 p.m. on KRCG
Under the Dome
Stephen King’s mammoth best-
seller is the inspiration for this ambi-
tious series about a small town that
finds itself suddenly and inexplicably
cut off from the world by an invisible
dome that has appeared around its
border. Mike Vogel (“Bates Motel”),
Dean Norris (“Breaking Bad”) and
Rachelle Lefevre (“Twilight”) star.
tuesday
8 p.m., 10 p.m. on TNT
Rizzoli & Isles
Returning for a fourth season, Jane
and Maura (Angie Harmon, Sasha Al-
exander) find themselves helping each
other through more family troubles
as they investigate more troublesome
cases, including a deadly shooting of
a state senator, the brutal killing of
a young and earnest journalism stu-
dent, and the pending murder trial of
Maura’s mob boss father, Paddy Doyle
(guest star John Doman).
thursday
9:01 p.m. on KMIZ
Rookie Blue
As if working with Swarek’s (Ben
Bass) new girlfriend, Officer Marlo
Cruz (Rachael Ancheril), weren’t awk-
ward enough, Andy (Missy Peregrym)
and her partner land in a life-or-death
situation involving an emotionally dis-
turbed woman. Speaking of awkward,
Dov (Gregory Smith) is forced to work
with Chloe (Priscilla Faia) in the new
episode “Different, Not Better.”
7 p.m. on KMIZ
Shark Tank
Six New Hampshire youngsters
ranging in age from 12 to 18 pitch a
device they’ve created to detect un-
safe driving. A California woman has
invented a muffin that captures the
taste of s’mores. Two brothers from
Texas have an idea for a sushi res-
taurant where the customers do their
own food prep. A New Yorker seeks
funding for her online chat therapy
business. Kevin O’Leary makes one
entrepreneur a million-dollar offer in
this episode.
friday
saturday
7 p.m., 10 p.m. on AP
My Cat From Hell
In this new episode, Jackson works
with Pink, whose vicious behavior is
keeping her owner, Katy, from taking
her relationship with partner Aimee to
the next level. Not only are they wor-
ried about how Pink will treat Aimee’s
cat, but Katy herself is afraid of her.
Viewers will also meet newlyweds Jon
and Michelle, who are at odds over
their aggressive cat, Zoey, in “My Cat
Ruined My Wedding.”
8 p.m. on KOMU
Crossing Lines
Kicking off with a special two-hour
premiere, this drama series follows
a unit mandated by the International
Criminal Court to investigate cross-
border crimes and bring global crimi-
nals to justice. The series stars William
Fichtner, Donald Sutherland, Marc
Lavoine, Gabriella Pession, Moon Dai-
lly, Richard Flood and Tom Wlaschiha.
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‘Devious Maids’ is a neat treat
By Jacqueline Cutler
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The over-the-top soap “Devious
Maids,” coming to Lifetime Sunday, June
23, reveals messy lives inside spotless
homes.
“Desperate Housewives” creator Marc
Cherry and Eva Longoria are executive
producers, and both shows share a
sensibility, and both begin with a violent
death.
In this, a maid is raped and murdered.
The first two episodes do a great job of
establishing the main characters — five
housekeepers and their employers.
The maids are friends and share an
easy rapport. A new housekeeper, Marisol
(Ana Ortiz, “Ugly Betty”), enters their Bev-
erly Hills world and tries to befriend them,
but it’s clear she has an agenda. She’s dif-
ferent — more educated, removed — and
asks too many questions. She also wears
red high-heeled wedges to clean.
Inspired by a telenovela, “Devious
Maids” has broadly drawn characters,
particularly the employers. Evelyn Pow-
ell (Rebecca Wisocky, “American Horror
Story”), whose maid was slain, could
teach royalty about entitlement.
Susan Lucci plays Genevieve, who
is introduced while freaking out under
a bed. The soap veteran describes her
character as “very romantic, quite vulner-
able and is given to very big mood swings
and sometimes self-medicates — as you
can see, not very well. She is someone
who, over the course of her life, has at-
tracted one rich and powerful man after
the other, and now is without a husband
and thinking maybe she is losing her
mojo, and is maybe a little bit crazy.”
In addition to the many ex-husbands,
she has two maids, Zoila (Judy Reyes,
“Scrubs”) and her daughter, Valentina
(Edy Ganem, “Livin’ Loud”). Valentina
has her eye on Genevieve’s son, Remi
(Drew Van Acker), and Zoila, a wise
woman, is trying to reel her in.
“All I thought of was my mom,” Reyes
says. “My mom was a housekeeper. I
don’t remember the last time anyone
was a maid. My mom has been a house-
keeper and a nanny, and her relation-
ship with her daughters reminded me
of me and my mom. And she did this for
so many years. I am a first generation
American.”
Reyes, whose family is from the Do-
minican Republic, and Ortiz, whose fa-
ther is Puerto Rican, address criticism
swirling about the show.
“I know there are a lot of people
who are upset that the show is about
maids,” Ortiz says. “I think it is because,
stereotypically, and I know from experi-
ence — I have played umpteen maids
and 72 hookers and drug dealers’ girl-
friends, and I get why we don’t want
to be viewed as maids anymore. That
said, most women in my family were
housekeepers or nannies. And these are
wonderful, amazing, intelligent, funny,
sexy, crazy women.”
No one could deny that Carmen
(Roselyn Sanchez, “Basic”) is anything
but those attributes. She is an aspiring
singer who takes a job as maid in a pop
star’s house, hoping he will help her ca-
reer. It’s not going to be that simple.
The final woman of the group, Rosie
(Dania Ramirez, “Premium Rush”), is a
widow who left her young son in Mexico.
She works for haughty D-list actress
Peri (Mariana Klaveno, “True Blood”)
and her cuckolded husband, Spence
(Grant Show, “Melrose Place”). Their
lives are fodder for digs at the insanity
of Hollywood.
Some situations, such as Marisol’s,
stretch credulity, and some characters,
such as Evelyn and her husband, Adrian
(Tom Irwin), are purposely campy, which
is why telenovelas are fun.
“If you were a ‘Desperate House-
wives’ fan, this is going to be right up
your alley,” Ortiz says. “ I would love to
expand even further to the audience we
had for ‘Ugly Betty.’ I think this has a lot
of potential.”
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Carol Burnett of “Hot in
Cleveland” on TV Land
“I record ‘Nashville,’ and I’ve
watched ‘House of Cards’ and
‘Homeland’ – but I only saw the first
season of ‘Homeland,’ and I don’t
want to start watching the third when
I haven’t seen the second. And, of
course, ‘Downton Abbey.’ I just love
the acting. And I also like adventure
shows, but I don’t watch too many
sitcoms.”
Heather Locklear of
“Franklin & Bash” on
TNT
“ ‘Modern Family,’ some
of the ‘Real Housewives’
shows, ‘The Good Wife’
and ‘Dr. Phil.’ ”
Jeffrey Dean Morgan of
“Magic City” on Starz
“I’m pretty diverse, but
the hour of TV that I really
love are ‘Sons of Anarchy,’
‘Parenthood,’ believe it or not.
Being a dad, I totally watch
that show, and I’m like, ‘God,
I get every ... second of it.’ But
I watch ‘Game of Thrones,’
‘Mad Men,’ ‘Homeland.’ I
like to keep track of all the
shows that I think ‘Magic
City’ belongs in that category
with. There are like five or
10 shows that I think are
really great shows that have
very talented showrunners
and writers and actors, and I
think that our show is kind of
comparable to these shows ...
so I keep track of those.”
Katherine Kelly
Lang of “The Bold
and the Beautiful”
on CBS
“I like ‘The Mentalist’;
it is such a regular
network TV show
formula, but I still love
it because I love him
(star Simon Baker).
That’s the one I seem
to catch the most,
then I really enjoy
watching ‘The Voice.’
I love the judges.
And that’s pretty
much what I watch ...
besides ‘The Bold and
the Beautiful.’ ”
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Comedian Adam Carolla has been a podcasting staple through “The Adam Carolla
Show,” which earned a Guinness World Records honor for most-downloaded podcast
of 2011. Wondering if a business could be made out of this, Carolla put his efforts into
this new online network, a hub for several comedy video podcasts. And of course, every
Tuesday, Carolla will weigh in with his blend of laughs and social commentary.
“JASH,” jash.com
The “comedy collective” features original content by partners Michael Cera, Tim &
Eric, Sarah Silverman and Reggie Watts, with additional contributions from their friends.
Among the videos are “Bubble Butt,” “Gregory Go Boom,” “Goatee,” “Perfect Night,” “Reg
Rolled” and “Voices of Learning.”
“Above Average,” www.youtube.com/aboveaverage
This online comedy network brings together a variety of voices with the goal of pro-
ducing laughs. Spearheaded by Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video (“Kids in the Hall,” “30
Rock,” “Saturday Night Live”), it features such shows as “Cool Kids’ Table”; “The Front
Desk,” with John Lutz of “30 Rock”; “The Assistant,” featuring Sarah Schneider of “Satur-
day Night Live” playing her own personal assistant; and “Puppet High,” from Mikey Day, Michael Naughton and Andrew Friedman.
“The Online Network: One Life to Live,” theonlinenetwork.com
On Thursday, June 27, the online version of the venerable soap opera welcomes Alice Callahan to the cast in the role of Kate,
a summer-school teacher for Jack Manning (Andrew Trischitta), and Paolo Seganti, playing Arturo Bandini, a rich man whose fam-
ily wields influence in the art world. Then on July 23, Marnie Schulenberg arrives in Llanview, playing Jo Sullivan, the producer of
David’s (Tuc Watkins) new reality show.
“The V Vide i o Podcast Network” videopodcastnetwork com
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Page 10 TV Week, June 21 to June 27, 2013
celebrityscoop... By Jacqueline Cutler
By George Dickie
Q:
You did a nice tribute to your deceased comrade,
Dan Wheldon, after you won last year’s IndyCar sea-
son opener at St. Petersburg, Fla. Were you good
friends?
A:
Well, he was a colleague of ours; he was a friend of
ours. Certainly, he was a guy who’s in our genera-
tion. And man, it was just so hard to have a tragedy
scenario the last race in Vegas (in October 2011),
and all of a sudden he’s not there. So now that I’m
a father, and I have one little girl, a 3-year-old, you
kind of think about those things: How can this hap-
pen in this modern age, with such safe cars and
things like that? But that’s just to prove that that’s
the sad part of our sport. Unfortunately it’s still a
very dangerous sport, and that’s what we have to
face, and we just have to deal with it and keep go-
ing.
Q:
Have you found that your victory on “Dancing With
the Stars” in 2007 has opened up doors for you in
television?
A:
Oh, big time. It’s something that I never ex-
pected, to be able to do it, but yes, you’re right.
We’ve been able to cross (into) some scenarios
that I never thought (possible), but it’s great.
It’s great that we’re able to be in that area, and
hopefully we’re able to bring more attention to
IndyCar because of that.
Q:
How much longer do you want to keep racing?
A:
As long as I’ve got the fire, man. Right now, my
biggest idol is Mark Martin. He is the man, I’ll
tell you, because ... he’s achieving a lot of things
that are impressive. So hopefully we can ... keep
driving and kick some ass.
Helio
Castroneves
Kids Sports Movies
TV Week, June 21 to June 27, 2013 Page 11
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TNT F 49 245 138 72 Hours Å The Hero “Trust” Franklin & Bash Å Franklin & Bash Å Falling Skies Å ››‡ “Disturbia” (2007) Shia LaBeouf. Å Countdown to Green NASCAR Racing
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OXY ≤ 61 251 127 Hour of Power ››‡ “Unlawful Entry” (1992) Kurt Russell. Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å
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BRAVO ¥ 72 273 129 Newly-wds Newlyweds Newlyweds Newlyweds Newlyweds Newlyweds Newlyweds Tardy Tardy Tardy Princesses-Lo.
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E! ∫ 65 236 114 America’s Got Talent “Premiere” ’ Å America’s Got Talent ’ Å E! News (N) Brooke Burke-Charvet Fashion Police The Soup The Soup Wanted Kate & Will
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JCTV ¡ 109 Praise & Worship Ladder Ask God Prais Liberty 15th Street School DreamCtr The Ramp Fuel Worship Miracles Around Us Always Music Vid
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‘Star Trek’ boldly goes
into rebooted sequel
territory
By Jay Bobbin
It’s interesting to see how different incarnations of the “Star
Trek” movie franchise have run parallel.
The first films were mainly about reintroducing the characters,
and it took getting to the second films for the series to really get
going. That was the case with “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan,”
and it is again with “Star Trek Into Darkness.” And the compari-
son is even more direct in specific ways.
Suffice it to say that returning director J.J. Abrams has the
boosters set to full power here, though the main story is sort of
an intergalactic twist on “Skyfall.” A former member of Starfleet
is taking revenge on the agency, and as played by Benedict
Cumberbatch (“Sherlock”), he’s a chillingly calm and effective
villain.
The pursuit of him puts Enterprise-flying allies Kirk and Spock
at familiar odds with each other. Played again by Chris Pine and
Zachary Quinto, who clearly have grown more into the roles, Kirk
is still given to impulse while Spock typically lobbies for logic in
dealing with the crisis.
In its original television version, “Star Trek” was intended as
an allegory of then-modern times by creator-producer Gene
Roddenberry. While it surely doesn’t stint on action sequences,
“Star Trek Into Darkness” can be taken the same way, in terms
of the consideration of deploying government might to resolve
conflict. The Starfleet superior played by Peter Weller is the main
representative of that aspect.
His daughter — portrayed by Alice Eve (“She’s Out of My
League”) — represents something else. That character is Carol
Marcus, and anyone who knows his ‘Star Trek‘ lore knows she’s
destined to play a big role in Kirk’s life.
As with the preceding movie, such elements provide much of
the fun, tracking now-legendary parts of the “Star Trek” canon
back to their roots. Karl Urban and Zoe Saldana are among the
other newer regulars who have their moments here, and their
efforts help bring some appreciable lightness to ‘Star Trek Into
Darkness‘ ... an entertaining trek indeed.
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judges. ’ Å
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ESPN > 35 206 140 Soccer MLS Soccer: Red Bulls at Union Baseball Tonight (N) MLB Baseball Texas Rangers at St. Louis Cardinals. (N) (Live) Å SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å SportCtr
ESPN2 ? 36 209 144 Soccer SportsCenter (N) Å SportsCenter (N) Å NHRA Drag Racing Auto Plus New England Nationals. From Epping, N.H. Soccer Confederations Cup: Nigeria vs. Spain. World/Poker
FXSP @ 37 671 418 Boxing Game 365 Boys in the West Coast Customs Bull Riding World Poker Tour World Poker Tour UFC Unleashed (N) World Poker Tour World Poker Tour
FNC A 48 360 205 America’s News Headquarters (N) Fox News Sunday FOX Report (N) Huckabee (N) Fox News Sunday Geraldo at Large (N) Huckabee Stossel
MSN B 47 356 209 Karen Finney The Ed Show (N) Caught on Camera Caught on Camera Caught on Camera Caught on Camera Lockup Lockup “Miami-Dade” Lockup
CNBC C 46 355 208 Get Sub D Paid Prog. WEN Hair Defrosting Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Princess On Money 60 Minutes on CNBC Hotel: Marriott American Greed 60 Minutes on CNBC Porn: Business
TRUTV D 63 246 204 Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Pawn Pawn
FX E 77 248 137 (2:00) “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” ››‡ “The Proposal” (2009) Sandra Bullock. ›› “Just Go With It” (2011) Adam Sandler, Nicole Kidman. ›› “Just Go With It” (2011) Adam Sandler, Nicole Kidman.
TNT F 49 245 138 (2:00) NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup: Toyota/Save Mart 350. (:45) The Hero “Trust” (:45) ››‡ “Red” (2010, Action) Bruce Willis. Å (DVS) Falling Skies (N) Å Falling Skies Å ››‡ “Limitless”
WE G 167 260 128 CSI: Miami “Silencer” CSI: Miami “Fade Out” CSI: Miami “Skeletons” CSI: Miami “Deviant” CSI: Miami “Collision” CSI: Miami ’ Å CSI: Miami “Driven” ’ CSI: Miami “Silencer” CSI: Miami “Fade Out”
DISC H 33 278 182 Fast N’ Loud ’ Å MythBusters ’ Å Skywire: Countdown to The Canyon (N) Å Skywire Live With Nik Wallenda (N) ’ (Live) Å (:20) Naked and Afraid Skywire Live With Nik Wallenda ’
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TVL L 70 304 106 Roseanne Roseanne Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Cleveland (:43) The Golden Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls
FAM M 50 311 180 ›› “Happy Gilmore” (1996) Adam Sandler. ›› “Paul Blart: Mall Cop” (2009) Kevin James. ›‡ “Zookeeper” (2011) Kevin James. ›‡ “Zookeeper” (2011) Kevin James. J. Osteen K. Shook
TBS N 51 247 139 MLB Baseball King King › “Wild Wild West” (1999) Will Smith. Å ›‡ “Rush Hour 3” (2007, Action) Jackie Chan. ›‡ “Rush Hour 3” (2007, Action) Jackie Chan. ››› “Men in Black”
TOON O 45 296 176 Looney Looney Looney Looney ››› “The Princess Bride” (1987) Cary Elwes. Teen Looney King of Hill King of Hill Cleveland Family Guy Burgers Family Guy Venture Superjail
NICK P 32 299 170 SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob Sanjay Sanjay Sam & Cat Sam & Cat See Dad Wendell ›› “The Karate Kid Part III” (1989) Ralph Macchio. Å Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’
AP Q 58 282 184 To Be Announced To Be Announced Wildman Wildman Off Hook Off Hook Wildman Wildman Top Hooker (N) ’ Wildman Wildman Top Hooker ’
TLC R 55 280 183 Toddlers & Tiaras ’ Toddlers & Tiaras ’ Toddlers & Tiaras ’ Breaking Amish: Brave Long Is Long Is Medium Medium Breaking Amish: Brave Medium Medium Breaking Amish: Brave
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VH1 Z 41 335 162 (2:33) ›› “Are We There Yet?” (2005) ’ (4:52) Hit the Floor ’ Hit the Floor ’ Hit the Floor ’ Hit the Floor ’ Love, Hip Hop Couples Therapy ’ I’m Married to A... ’
CMT [ 40 327 166 Redneck Island ’ Dog and Beth Dog and Beth Dog and Beth Dog and Beth (:02) CMT Crossroads Dog and Beth CMT Crossroads Å Dog and Beth
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AMC ≠ 31 254 130 Hannibal ›‡ “The Messengers” (2007) Kristen Stewart. ›››‡ “Black Swan” (2010) Natalie Portman. Premiere. The Killing (N) Å Mad Men “In Care Of” (:05) The Killing Å (:05) Mad Men Å
USA Æ 38 242 105 (2:30) “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry” ›› “Couples Retreat” (2009, Comedy) Vince Vaughn. Å ›› “No Strings Attached” (2011) Natalie Portman. Burn Notice “No Strings Attached”
DISN ∞ 52 290 172 Jessie ’ Shake It Good Luck Good Luck Austin Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Dog Austin Shake It Jessie ’ Good Luck Good Luck Austin Austin Good Luck Good Luck
HALL ± 165 312 185 “Ever-Cinderella” ›› “Elevator Girl” (2010) Lacey Chabert. Å “Meddling Mom” (2013) Sonia Braga. Å ››› “Straight From the Heart” (2003) Å Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’
OXY ≤ 61 251 127 Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped “Tonya Ford” Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped (N) Å Snapped “Lisa Gilliam” Snapped Å Snapped Å
SYFY ≥ 73 244 122 “Children of the Corn” › “My Soul to Take” (2010) Max Thieriot. Å ›› “Underworld: Rise of the Lycans” (2009) ›› “The Ruins” (2008) Jonathan Tucker. Å ›› “Swamp Devil” (2008) Bruce Dern. Å
BRAVO ¥ 72 273 129 Housewives/OC Housewives/NJ Housewives/NJ Housewives/NJ Housewives/NJ Princesses-Lo. Housewives/NJ Happens Housewives/NJ Jersey
HIST μ 56 120 Larry the Cable Guy Larry the Cable Guy Larry the Cable Guy Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Mountain Men Å Mountain Men (N) Ice Road Truckers (N) (:02) Swamp People (:01) Mountain Men
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E! ∫ 65 236 114 ›› “Maid in Manhattan” (2002) Kardashian Kardashian Kardashian Kardashian Wanted Kardashian Wanted Kardashian
BET ª 68 329 124 (2:00) ››‡ “Lottery Ticket” Å ›› “For Colored Girls” (2010) Kimberly Elise, Janet Jackson. Å ››› “The Best Man” (1999) Taye Diggs, Nia Long. Å The Game The Game Popoff Inspiration
JCTV ¡ 109 The Voux Music Videos Reflection 15th Street Praise Amplify Laugh/Skit Illuminate Music Videos “Maggie’s Passage” (2009, Drama) Ali Faulkner. Music Videos
CREATE Δ 85 Caprial P Allen John Besh Kitchen Old House Cooking Cooking Baking Pépin Kitchen John Besh Cooking Old House Steves Rudy Maxa Pépin Kitchen Cooking
EWTN Π100 370 261 Feasts Door Faith Savoring Evangeliz. Devotions Crossing World Over Live Sunday Night Prime (N) Chesterton Rosary Dogmatic Theology God Bookmark Daily Mass: Our Lady
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Best Television Help
BY JAY BOBBIN
Hazel (Shirley Booth, “Hazel,” NBC, 1961-65 and CBS, 1965-66): Cartoonist Ted Key’s maid character came to life
in the sprightly persona of veteran actress Booth, who won two Emmys for the role.
Alfred (Alan Napier, “Batman,” ABC, 1966-68): Always ready to assist boss Bruce Wayne (Adam West), alias the
Caped Crusader, Alfred sometimes went into the field to help.
Alice (Ann B. Davis, “The Brady Bunch,” ABC, 1969-74): Whatever else may have plagued the blended family —
more-popular sisters, football-damaged noses, green hair, etc. — they always could count on housekeeper Alice
for wisdom and a really good home-cooked meal.
Florida Evans (Esther Rolle, “Maude,” CBS, 1972-74): In maintaining her dignity and sense of irony, Florida of-
fered perfect counterpoint to liberal, sometimes unaware Maude (Beatrice Arthur) ... thus earning her own spinoff,
“Good Times.”
Rose Buck (Jean Marsh, “Upstairs Downstairs,” PBS, 1974-77, 2011-12): In portraying the chief maid of a Victori-
an England household, Emmy winner Marsh was more qualified than most for the part, since she also co-created
the series (with actress friend Eileen Atkins).
Berta (Conchata Ferrell, “Two and a Half Men,” CBS, 2003-present): Good for a laugh every time she shows up,
this sassy, no-nonsense housekeeper has her bosses’ number. Clearly.
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LIFE = 29 252 108 Wife Swap ’ Å Wife Swap ’ Å To Be Announced “Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret” (2013) Å Devious Maids “Pilot” (:01) Drop Dead Diva “Jodi Arias: Lit”
ESPN > 35 206 140 2013 Wimble. Around Interruption SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å College Baseball SportsCenter (N) Å SportsCenter (N) Å
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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 Car Chasers Debt/Part Debt/Part American Greed Mad Money Debt/Part Debt/Part
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TNT F 49 245 138 Castle ’ Å Castle ’ Å Castle “Sucker Punch” Castle Å (DVS) Major Crimes Å Major Crimes (N) Å King & Maxwell (N) Major Crimes Å King & Maxwell Å
WE G 167 260 128 Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Charmed ’ Å Charmed “Bite Me” ’ CSI: Miami ’ Å CSI: Miami ’ Å CSI: Miami ’ Å CSI: Miami ’ Å CSI: Miami ’ Å
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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 Making It in America 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 M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H ’Til Death ’Til Death Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond King King The King of Queens ’
FAM M 50 311 180 ’70s Show ’70s Show ’70s Show ’70s Show The Fosters ’ Å Switched at Birth ’ Switched at Birth (N) The Fosters (N) Å Switched at Birth ’ The 700 Club ’ Å Prince Prince
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TOON O 45 296 176 Total Total Grojband Adventure Adventure Adventure Adventure Adventure Regular MAD (N) King of Hill King of Hill Burgers Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy Chicken China, IL
NICK P 32 299 170 Kung Fu SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob Drake/Josh Victorious Marvin Figure It Full House Full House Full House Full House The Nanny The Nanny Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’
AP Q 58 282 184 Pit Bulls and Parolees Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman Off Hook Off Hook Top Hooker ’ Wildman Wildman Off Hook Off Hook
TLC R 55 280 183 Say Yes to the Cure Say Yes Say Yes Toddlers & Tiaras ’ Extreme Cougar Wives Cake Boss Cake Boss Cake Boss Cake Boss Four Houses (N) Å Cake Boss Cake Boss Four Houses ’ Å
MTV Y 42 331 160 MTV Special ’ MTV Special ’ MTV Special ’ Sucker Free ’ MTV Special ’ MTV Special ’ Teen Wolf “Unleashed” MTV Special ’ MTV Special ’
VH1 Z 41 335 162 Basketball Wives ’ Basketball Wives ’ Behind the Music ’ Love, Hip Hop Love, Hip Hop Hit the Floor (N) ’ Love, Hip Hop Hit the Floor ’ Love, Hip Hop
CMT [ 40 327 166 Hell’s Kitchen Å Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Dog and Beth Dog and Beth CMT Crossroads Å Cops Rel. Cops Rel. Dog and Beth
SPIKE ¨ 71 241 168 Rescue (:42) ›› “Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life” (2003) Angelina Jolie. ’ ››‡ “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” (2008) ’ (9:50) ››‡ “Underworld” (2003, Horror) ’
AMC ≠ 31 254 130 (1:30) ››‡ “Wyatt Earp” (1994) Kevin Costner, Dennis Quaid. ››› “El Dorado” (1967, Western) John Wayne, Robert Mitchum. Å ››‡ “Cahill, United States Marshal” (1973) John Wayne. Mad Men
USA Æ 38 242 105 NCIS “Switch” Å NCIS ’ Å NCIS “Honor Code” ’ NCIS “Under Covers” WWE Monday Night RAW (N) ’ (Live) Å (:05) Graceland (:06) Royal Pains
DISN ∞ 52 290 172 Good Luck Jessie ’ Jessie ’ Jessie ’ Good Luck Jessie ’ Jessie ’ ANT Farm Gravity Good Luck “Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure” Fish Hooks Jessie ’ ANT Farm Good Luck Good Luck
HALL ± 165 312 185 The Waltons Å The Waltons Å Little House on Prairie Little House on Prairie Little House on Prairie Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Gold Girls Gold Girls
OXY ≤ 61 251 127 Law Order: CI Law Order: CI Law Order: CI Law Order: CI Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å Snapped Å Law Order: CI
SYFY ≥ 73 244 122 ›› “Underworld: Rise of the Lycans” (2009) ›› “The Ruins” (2008) Jonathan Tucker. Å Defiance Å Defiance (N) Å Warehouse 13 (N) ’ Defiance Å Warehouse 13 Å
BRAVO ¥ 72 273 129 Newlyweds Newlyweds Housewives/OC Housewives/OC The Real Housewives of Orange County (N) Newlyweds Happens Housewives/OC
HIST μ 56 120 American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers Pawn Stars Pawn Stars American Pickers (N) Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Restoration Restoration Pawn Stars Pawn Stars
TRAV ∂ 64 277 215 Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Man, Food Man, Food Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Man, Food Man, Food Man, Food Man, Food Burger Men vs. Bizarre Foods America Bizarre Foods America Burger Men vs.
FOOD ∑ 62 231 110 Contessa Contessa Paula Pioneer Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners 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 (N) Hunters Hunt Intl Love It or List It Å Love It or List It Å
COM π 69 249 107 Coming Futurama Futurama Sunny Sunny Tosh.0 Colbert Daily Show Key Futurama Futurama South Park South Park South Park Daily Show Colbert Work. South Park
E! ∫ 65 236 114 ›› “The Women” (2008) Meg Ryan, Annette Bening. Kate & Will E! News (N) Wanted Kardashian Kardashian Chelsea E! News Chelsea
BET ª 68 329 124 Bad 25: The Short Films of Michael Jackson 106 & Park: BET’s Top 10 Live (N) Å ›‡ “Waist Deep” (2006) Tyrese Gibson. Å ›› “You Got Served” (2004, Drama) Å Wendy Williams Show
JCTV ¡ 109 Music Videos Videos Illuminate Campolo Music Videos Revolution Travel Ventures Music Vid
CREATE Δ 85 Steves Woodshop Greener Around Old House Cooking Simp. Ming Hubert Lidia’s Italy Cook’s Mexico Cooking Old House Steves Travel Lidia’s Italy Cook’s Simp. Ming
EWTN Π100 370 261 Animated Catholic Truth/Heart Bookmark Faith The Nativity of St. John the Baptist The Journey Home (N) Evangeliz. Rosary World Over Live Remember Women of Nativity of St. John
ACROSS
1. Role on “NCIS: Los
Angeles” (2)
9. Role on “The Beverly
Hillbillies”
10. “How I Met __
Mother”
11. “One Day __ __
Time”
13. “XXX: State of the
__”; 2005 film for Ice
Cube
15. “__ Recall”; 1990
Arnold
Schwarzenegger
movie
17. Competitive reality
series (2)
18. “__ Not There”; 2007
film for Heath Ledger
20. “Magnum, __”
21. “A Flea in Her __”;
1968 Rex Harrison
movie
23. Malt beverage
24. eBay offer
25. Ryan, for one
26. “Go __”
29. Setting for “Evening
Shade”: abbr.
30. “Criminal Minds”
role
34. “__, Indiana” (1991-
92)
36. Steve or Gracie
38. Gun rights org.
39. Help in crime
42. “Never __ Me Go”;
2010 Carey Mulligan
movie
43. Actress on “Parks
and Recreation” (2)
DOWN
1. Barnyard bird
2. Go over a manuscript
3. “Cagney & Lacey”
actress
4. Greeting from
Stallone
5. Initials for Ms. Uggams
6. Carney and Linkletter
7. “The Ninth __”; 1999
movie for Johnny Depp
8. Greek letter
9. Actress on “Modern
Family” (2)
12. “Suburgatory” actress
(2)
14. Actress Sandra &
others
16. Baseball’s Mel
19. “__ Street”; 2010
Ellen Burstyn film
20. “Guilty” or “Not guilty”
22. Yellow Brick, for one:
abbr.
23. “I __ Legend”; 2007
Will Smith movie
27. Accessory for Don
Ho
28. Rank for Radar
O’Reilly and Max
Klinger: abbr.
30. Baby buggy
31. Tide type
32. Sworn statement
33. Magazine title
35. Historical period
37. Suffix for ballad or
command
40. Diddley or Derek
41. Ending for train or
honor
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27
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10
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16 15
20
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25
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Kids Sports Movies TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 25, 2013
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 ›› “Species” (1995) Ben Kingsley. Å 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 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) ’ Henry Ford: American Experience ’ Frontline (N) ’ Å T. Smiley Business Charlie Rose (N) Å
KOMU _ 8 8 8
Dr. Phil ’ Å The Dr. Oz Show “The
Fatigue Solution!” ’
News (N)
Å
Nightly
News
News (N)
Å
Wheel of
Fortune ’
Off Their
Rockers
Off Their
Rockers
America’s Got Talent Auditions continue. (N)
’ Å
News (N)
Å
(:34) The Tonight Show
With Jay Leno (N) ’
Jimmy
Fallon
ME-TV ) Dragnet Adam-12 Emergency! “Hangup” Rifleman Rifleman M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Bewitched Jeannie Mary Van Dyke Odd Cple. Hogan Gallery Perry Mason Å Kojak
KMIZ * 10 17 17
Judge
Judy ’
Judge
Judy ’
Be a Mil-
lionaire
Jeopardy!
(N) Å
ABC 17
News at 5
ABC World
News
News (N)
Å
ABC 17
News
Extreme Weight Loss “Ryan” A 410-pound man
tries to lose weight. (N) ’ Å
Body of Proof “Ab-
ducted -- Part 1” 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 20 Perform”
The top 20 finalists perform. (N) ’ (Live) Å
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 A Navy reservist’s
husband goes missing.
NCIS: Los Angeles
“Lokhay” ’
Person of Interest
Reese is captured. ’
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 ’ Å House “Whac-A-Mole” The Office The Office 30 Rock Sunny Jim Frasier ’
ION ø 216 Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Flashpoint ’ Å Flashpoint “Day Game”
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 Pretty Wicked Moms Dance Moms Å Dance Moms Å Dance Moms (N) Å Pretty Wicked Moms Pretty Wicked Moms (:01) Dance Moms
ESPN > 35 206 140 NFL Live (N) Å Around Interruption SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å College Baseball SportsCenter (N) Å SportsCenter (N) Å
ESPN2 ? 36 209 144 NFL Live (N) Å NFL32 (N) (Live) Å SportsNation (N) Å Interruption Nomination WNBA Basketball: Mercury at Silver Stars Baseball Tonight (N) SportsNation Å Baseball Tonight (N)
FXSP @ 37 671 418 Sports Unlimited World Poker Tour West Coast Customs Game Time Cardinals MLB Baseball St. Louis Cardinals at Houston Astros. (Live) Cardinals Boys in the Bull Riding
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) 60 Minutes on CNBC BMW: A Driving Obs. American Greed Mad Money BMW: A Driving Obs.
TRUTV D 63 246 204 Vegas Jail Vegas Jail Vegas Jail Vegas Jail Cops ’ Cops ’ Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Hardcore Pawn Pawn Tow Tow Pawn Pawn
FX E 77 248 137 Two Men Two Men How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met Two Men Two Men ››‡ “The A-Team” (2010, Action) Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper. ››‡ “The A-Team” (2010) Liam Neeson.
TNT F 49 245 138 Rizzoli & Isles Å Rizzoli & Isles Å Rizzoli & Isles Å Rizzoli & Isles Å Rizzoli & Isles Å Rizzoli & Isles Å Perception Å Rizzoli & Isles Å Perception Å
WE G 167 260 128 Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Charmed ’ Å Charmed ’ Å Pregnant & Dating Pregnant & Dating Bridezillas Bridezillas Marriage Boot
DISC H 33 278 182 Deadliest Catch Å Deadliest Catch Å Deadliest Catch Å Deadliest Catch Å Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch (N) ’ Blood & Oil (N) Å Deadliest Catch Å Blood & Oil ’ Å
A&E I 34 265 118 The First 48 “Ditched” The First 48 Å Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Shipping Shipping Shipping Shipping 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 Making It in America 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 Search” (:09) M*A*S*H “Deluge” M*A*S*H M*A*S*H ’Til Death ’Til Death Raymond Raymond 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 Pretty Little Liars ’ 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 Big Bang Conan (N) Å The Office Conan
TOON O 45 296 176 Total Total Grojband Regular Regular Regular Johnny T Teen Looney Adventure King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy Chicken China, IL
NICK P 32 299 170 Kung Fu SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob Drake/Josh Victorious Marvin Figure It Full House Full House Full House Full House The Nanny The Nanny Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’
AP Q 58 282 184 Pit Bulls and Parolees Wildman Wildman River Monsters Blue Planet: Seas/Life Blue Planet: Seas/Life Blue Planet: Seas/Life Blue Planet: Seas/Life Blue Planet: Seas/Life Blue Planet: Seas/Life
TLC R 55 280 183 Gown Gown Say Yes Say Yes Toddlers & Tiaras ’ My Teen Is Pregnant The Town That Caught Family S.O.S. My Teen Is Pregnant Family S.O.S. My Teen Is Pregnant
MTV Y 42 331 160 Catfish: The TV Show Catfish: The TV Show Catfish: The TV Show Catfish: The TV Show Catfish: The TV Show Catfish: The TV Show Catfish: The TV Show Alectrix Catfish: The TV Show The Show
VH1 Z 41 335 162 Love, Hip Hop ›› “Are We There Yet?” (2005) Ice Cube. ’ Hit the Floor ’ Hit the Floor ’ Love, Hip Hop I’m Married to A... (N) I’m Married to A... ’ I’m Married to A... ’
CMT [ 40 327 166 Dog and Beth Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ ››‡ “The Karate Kid” (1984, Drama) Ralph Macchio. ’ Å Cops Rel. Cops Rel. “The Karate Kid” ’
SPIKE ¨ 71 241 168 (2:08) ››‡ “Underworld” (2003, Horror) ’ Tattoo Tattoo Tattoo Tattoo Tattoo Tattoo Tattoo Tattoo Tattoo Tattoo Tattoo Tattoo Tattoo Tattoo
AMC ≠ 31 254 130 ››› “El Dorado” (1967, Western) John Wayne, Robert Mitchum. Å ››› “Rio Bravo” (1959, Western) John Wayne, Dean Martin. ›››‡ “How the West Was Won” (1962, Western) Carroll Baker. Å
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 CSI: Crime Scene CSI: Crime Scene
DISN ∞ 52 290 172 Good Luck Charlie ’ Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Jessie ’ Jessie ’ ANT Farm Gravity Dog ››‡ “Girl vs. Monster” (2012) (:40) Jessie (:05) Jessie ANT Farm Good Luck Good Luck
HALL ± 165 312 185 The Waltons Å The Waltons Å Little House on Prairie Little House on Prairie Little House on Prairie Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Gold Girls Gold Girls
OXY ≤ 61 251 127 Bad Girls-Bat. Bad Girls-Bat. Bad Girls-Bat. Bad Girls-Bat. Bad Girls-Bat. Bad Girls-Bat. Bad Girls-Bat. ››‡ “Last Holiday” (2006) Queen Latifah.
SYFY ≥ 73 244 122 Deep South Paranormal Deep South Paranormal Deep South Paranormal Deep South Paranormal Total Total Total Total Exit (N) Total Total Exit
BRAVO ¥ 72 273 129 Tardy Tardy Tardy Tardy Tardy Tardy The Real Housewives of Orange County Å Housewives/NJ Tardy Tardy Happens Tardy Tardy Jersey
HIST μ 56 120 Modern Marvels Å Modern Marvels Å Modern Marvels Å Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Cnt. Cars Cnt. Cars Cnt. Cars Cnt. Cars Restoration Restoration Larry the Cable Guy Cnt. Cars Cnt. Cars
TRAV ∂ 64 277 215 Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Man, Food Man, Food Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Man, Food Man, Food Bizarre Foods America Airport Airport Waterparks Coaster Insane Coaster Airport Airport
FOOD ∑ 62 231 110 Contessa Contessa Cooking Trisha’s Chopped “Own It!” Chopped Chopped Chopped Chopped (N) Chopped “Trout Bout” Chopped
HGTV ∏ 30 229 112 Extreme Homes Å Extreme Homes Å Extreme Homes Å Hunt Intl Hunters Property Property Flip or Flop Flip or Flop Hunters Hunt Intl Renovate Renovate Flip or Flop Flip or Flop
COM π 69 249 107 Natl Van Futurama Futurama Sunny South Park Tosh.0 Colbert Daily Show Amy Sch. Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Amy Sch. Daily Show Colbert Tosh.0 Amy Sch.
E! ∫ 65 236 114 Kardashian Kardashian Kardashian E! News (N) ›› “Bring It On: All or Nothing” (2006) Wanted Wanted Chelsea E! News Chelsea
BET ª 68 329 124 ›› “You Got Served” (2004, Drama) Å 106 & Park: BET’s Top 10 Live (N) Å The BET Awards 2012 Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj and Kanye West. Å 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 Caprial Cooking Pépin Kitchen John Besh Cooking Hometime Steves Burt Wolf Pépin Kitchen Caprial
EWTN Π100 370 261 Saints Catholic Truth/Heart Choices Faith Pius XII Daily Mass: Our Lady Mother Angelica Live Religious Rosary Threshold of Hope Thought Women of Daily Mass: Our Lady
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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 MLB Baseball Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee Brewers. (N) (Live) News/Nine Videos Rules Rules
CW % 2 14 36 Bill Cunningham Wendy Williams Show King ’70s Show Seinfeld ’ Rules Arrow “Legacies” ’ 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 “Black Mamba” NOVA Satellite data of the earth. ’ Å T. Smiley Business Charlie Rose (N) Å
KOMU _ 8 8 8
Dr. Phil ’ Å The Dr. Oz Show ’ Å News (N)
Å
Nightly
News
News (N)
Å
Wheel of
Fortune ’
2013 Stanley Cup Final Boston Bruins at Chicago Blackhawks. Game 7.
From the United Center in Chicago. (If necessary). (N) ’ (Live) Å
News (N)
Å
(:34) The Tonight Show
With Jay Leno (N) ’
Jimmy
Fallon
ME-TV ) Dragnet Adam-12 Emergency! “Crash” Rifleman Rifleman M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Bewitched Jeannie Mary Van Dyke Odd C’ple Hogan Gallery Perry Mason Å Kojak
KMIZ * 10 17 17
Judge
Judy ’
Judge
Judy ’
Be a Mil-
lionaire
Jeopardy!
(N) Å
ABC 17
News at 5
ABC World
News
News (N)
Å
ABC 17
News
The Middle

Family
Tools (N)
Modern
Family ’
How to
Live
ABC’s The Lookout
(N) ’ 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
MasterChef “Top 13 Compete; Top 12 Compete”
Cooking with an unexpected ingredient.
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.
Big Brother (Season
Premiere) (N) ’ Å
The American Baking
Competition (N) Å
Criminal Minds ’ Å
(DVS)
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 NUMB3RS ’ Å NUMB3RS “End Game” The Office The Office 30 Rock Sunny Jim Frasier ’
ION ø 216 (2:00) “The Quick and the Dead” ››› “Maverick” (1994) Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster. ’ WWE Main Event (N) Flashpoint “Slow Burn” Flashpoint ’ Flashpoint ’ Å 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 ›› “Nights in Rodanthe” (2008) Richard Gere. ›› “Where the Heart Is” (2000) Å ›‡ “Because I Said So” (2007) Diane Keaton. “Where the Heart Is”
ESPN > 35 206 140 Soccer Studio Interruption SportsCenter (N) Å Draft Preview College Baseball SportsCenter (N) Å SportsCenter (N) Å
ESPN2 ? 36 209 144 2013 Wimble. Around Coaches SportsNation (N) Å MLB Baseball Teams TBA. (N Subject to Blackout) (Live) Å Baseball Tonight (N) SportsNation Å Baseball Tonight (N)
FXSP @ 37 671 418 Stuntbust. UFC Sports Unlimited World Poker Tour Big 12 Cardinals MLB Baseball St. Louis Cardinals at Houston Astros. (Live) Cardinals UFC Boxing
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) Crime Inc. America. Gun American Greed Mad Money America. Gun
TRUTV D 63 246 204 Storage Storage Storage Storage Cops ’ Cops ’ Pawn Pawn Tow Tow Tow Tow Tow Tow Bait Car Bait Car Tow Tow
FX E 77 248 137 Two Men Two Men ››‡ “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” (2009) Kristen Stewart. ››‡ “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” (2010) Kristen Stewart. ›› “Priest” (2011) Paul Bettany. Premiere. ›› Priest
TNT F 49 245 138 Castle Å (DVS) Castle Å (DVS) Castle ’ Å Castle “Boom!” Å Castle ’ Å Franklin & Bash (N) Castle ’ Å Franklin & Bash Å Falling Skies Å
WE G 167 260 128 Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Charmed ’ Å Charmed ’ Å L.A. Hair L.A. Hair Marriage Boot Marriage Boot Pregnant & Dating
DISC H 33 278 182 Fast N’ Loud ’ Å Blood & Oil ’ Å Deadliest Catch Å Deadliest Catch Å MythBusters ’ Å MythBusters (N) Å King of the Grill (N) ’ MythBusters ’ Å King of the Grill 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 D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. 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 Making It in America 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 Soul Man M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H ’Til Death ’Til Death Raymond Raymond Friends ’ Friends ’ 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 Daddy Melissa Twisted ’ Å The 700 Club ’ Å Prince Prince
TBS N 51 247 139 Friends ’ Friends ’ Friends ’ King King Seinfeld ’ Seinfeld ’ Seinfeld ’ Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (N) Å The Office Conan
TOON O 45 296 176 Total Total Grojband Adventure Adventure Adventure Annoying Gumball NinjaGo Teen King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy Chicken China, IL
NICK P 32 299 170 Kung Fu SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob Drake/Josh Victorious Marvin Figure It Full House Full House Full House Full House The Nanny The Nanny The Nanny The Nanny Friends ’ Friends ’
AP Q 58 282 184 Pit Bulls and Parolees Wildman Wildman River Monsters Off Hook Off Hook Swamp’d! Swamp’d! Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman Swamp’d! Swamp’d! Wildman Wildman
TLC R 55 280 183 Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Toddlers & Tiaras ’ Breaking Amish: Brave Toddlers & Tiaras ’ Toddlers & Tiaras (N) My Big Fat Gypsy Toddlers & Tiaras ’ My Big Fat Gypsy
MTV Y 42 331 160 MTV Special ’ MTV Special ’ MTV Special ’ Sucker Free ’ MTV Special ’ MTV Special ’ The Real World Å MTV Special ’ MTV Special ’
VH1 Z 41 335 162 Behind the Music ’ Love, Hip Hop Hit the Floor ’ ››› “Clueless” (1995) Alicia Silverstone. ’ Couples Therapy ’ Couples Therapy (N) Model Employee (N) ’ Couples Therapy ’
CMT [ 40 327 166 Hell’s Kitchen Å Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Redneck Island ’ Redneck Island ’ Cops Rel. Cops Rel. Cops Rel. Cops Rel. Cops Rel. Cops Rel.
SPIKE ¨ 71 241 168 Tattoo Tattoo ›››‡ “Inglourious Basterds” (2009, War) Brad Pitt, Mélanie Laurent. Premiere. ’ Fight Master Fight Master Fight Master Fight Master
AMC ≠ 31 254 130 ››› “Rio Bravo” (1959, Western) John Wayne, Dean Martin. ›››‡ “The Sons of Katie Elder” (1965, Western) John Wayne. Å ›››‡ “The Shootist” (1976) John Wayne. (:15) “Galaxy Quest”
USA Æ 38 242 105 NCIS “Ravenous” ’ NCIS “Bait” ’ Å NCIS “Requiem” Å NCIS “Dog Tags” ’ NCIS “Recruited” ’ Royal Pains (N) Necessary Roughness (:02) NCIS: Los Angeles (:02) Royal Pains
DISN ∞ 52 290 172 ››‡ “Girl vs. Monster” (2012) Good Luck Good Luck Jessie ’ Jessie ’ ANT Farm Gravity Austin Jessie ’ Good Luck A.N.T. Farm ’ Å Jessie ’ ANT Farm “Zenon: Girl”
HALL ± 165 312 185 The Waltons Å The Waltons Å Little House on Prairie Little House on Prairie Little House on Prairie Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Frasier ’ Gold Girls Gold Girls
OXY ≤ 61 251 127 I’m Having Their Baby I’m Having Their Baby ›› “Enough” (2002) Jennifer Lopez. Å Bad Girls-Bat. I’m Having Their Baby I’m Having Their Baby I’m Having Their Baby ›› “Enough” (2002)
SYFY ≥ 73 244 122 Haunted Highway Haunted Highway Haunted Highway Paranormal Witness Ghost Hunters Å Ghost Hunters (N) ’ Paranormal Witness (N) Ghost Hunters Å Paranormal Witness
BRAVO ¥ 72 273 129 The Real Housewives of Orange County Å Newlyweds Housewives/NJ Million Dollar Listing Million Dollar Listing Chef Roblé & Co. (N) Happens Million Dollar Listing Jersey
HIST μ 56 120 Swamp People Å Swamp People Å Swamp People Å American Pickers American Pickers Larry the Cable Guy Top Shot All-Stars (N) (:02) Top Shot All-Stars (:01) American Pickers
TRAV ∂ 64 277 215 Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Man, Food Man, Food Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Man, Food Man, Food Burger Burger Toy Hunter Toy Hunter Dig Wars Dig Wars Rock-RV Rock-RV Toy Hunter Toy Hunter
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By Jay Bobbin
“THE CALL”
A 911 operator, played by Halle Berry,
gets an intense chance for redemption in
this well-played melodrama. Years after
her actions resulted in a murder, she
has the opportunity to save a kidnapped
teen (Abigail Breslin) from similar tragedy
when the girl makes an emergency call
for help from her abductor’s car trunk.
Morris Chestnut plays the operator’s boy-
friend, a cop whose skills come in very
handy. DVD extras: “making-of” documen-
tary; audio commentary by Berry, Breslin
and others. ››› (R: AS, P, V) (Also on
Blu-ray and On Demand)
“THE INCREDIBLE BURT
WONDERSTONE”
Pretty much a Will Ferrell movie without
Will Ferrell — since he has reveled in
spoofing such professions as newscast-
ing, auto racing and figure skating — this
parody of the magic business casts
Steve Carell and Steve Buscemi as vet-
eran illusionists who reunite and amp up
their act to deal with competition from a
daredevil rival (Jim Carrey). Olivia Wilde,
James Gandolfini, Alan Arkin and actual
magic star David Copperfield also appear
in the comedy, which ultimately proves
too genteel for its own good. DVD extras:
outtakes. ›› (PG-13: AS, P) (Also on
Blu-ray and On Demand)
“FAT ALBERT AND THE COSBY KIDS:
THE COMPLETE SERIES”
Bill Cosby parlayed one of his most fa-
mous comedy routines into a classic
animated show, with his memories of his
Philadelphia boyhood fueling the tales
here. “Fat Albert” Jackson and his pals
find the rites of youth amplified by inner-
city life, with Cosby appearing on camera
to emphasize the life lessons conveyed
by the good-humored stories. DVD extras:
“making-of” documentary; audio commen-
tary by Cosby; booklet. ››› (Not rated)
“NOVA: AUSTRALIA’S FIRST 4
BILLION YEARS”
The title span obviously is a pretty siz-
able chunk of time for a continent to
originate and develop, and this episode
of the PBS science series covers that
history in stunningly scenic style. Geolo-
gist Richard Smith is the host who details
the background of the land Down Under,
from the time dinosaurs roamed it to
its much more contemporary occupa-
tion by creatures including — of course
— kangaroos. ››› (Not rated) (Also on
Blu-ray)
“WAGON TRAIN: THE FINAL
SEASON”
One of television’s most classic Westerns
came to the end of its eight-year trail with
this set of episodes, with John McIntire
and Robert Fuller the last actors to head
the cast in the saga of settlers heading
West. The show started on NBC, but its
last several seasons were carried by
ABC ... and this concluding one coin-
cided with that network’s move to broad-
casting in color. Co-stars Frank McGrath
and Terry Wilson were with the series
for its entire run. Genre veteran Rory
Calhoun, Leslie Nielsen, Ryan O’Neal,
singer-actor Bobby Darin and then-youth-
ful stars Jay North (“Dennis the Menace”)
and Dwayne Hickman (“The Many Loves
of Dobie Gillis”) are among the guests
here. ››› (Not rated)
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fromthecouch... By Jay Bobbin
Kids Sports Movies
Nothing
more set in
‘Stone’ for
Selleck yet
By Jay Bobbin
© Zap2it
Q
: Are there going to be any
more “Jesse Stone”mov-
ies with Tom Selleck? - Joyce
Thompson, Wilmore, Ky.
A
: There’s still nothing
definite on that count.
When we spoke with him last
year for the last one thus far,
the Emmy-winning television
veteran told us he was look-
ing for a deal with a network
that would commit to several
“Stone” movies at once ... not
one by one, which was the
situation with CBS, though
the films had been reliable
performers in the ratings. The
good news for Selleck fans is
that he’ll be back in a fourth
round of CBS’ “Blue Bloods”
this coming season.
Q
: What’s going on with
“Haven?” It’s been list-
ed as coming on but never
really shown. - Jennifer Wil-
liard, Baltimore, Ohio
A
: We can’t say we agree
with that assessment.
Those who know how the Syfy
show’s seasons run realize
those are shorter than many
broadcast network series’
seasons, and since the most
recent one began last Sep-
tember, it’s logical to expect it
will be back around that time
... and it will be back, since it
was renewed for a 13-episode
fourth season.
If your concern dates back
to the end of the show’s past
season, the finale (and the
episode that led into it) were
postponed from their originally
scheduled dates - but, it should
be noted, were eventually
shown - in consideration of the
Sandy Hook shootings in Con-
necticut, since those stories
dealt with school violence.
Q
: Will “Last Comic
Standing” and “Amer-
ica’s Got Talent” be broad-
cast this year? - Kelly Smith,
Grand Junction, Colo.
A
: You’ve probably seen
since your question was
sent that “America’s Got Talent”
has returned to NBC, with New
York’s legendary Radio City
Music Hall as its new home. As
for “Last Comic Standing,” no
such luck; the summer of 2010
was the last time NBC staged
that show, and there’s been no
talk of it being revived. Which
isn’t to say it couldn’t happen
sometime, just not now.
Q
: Why is CBS waiting until
midseason to bring “Mike
& Molly” back next year? -
Tom Bishop, Milwaukee
A
: The way the network
tells it, it wants a reliable
player to call back into the game
if/when other shows drop out.
It had that in past seasons with
“Rules of Engagement,” which
was canceled, so that may be
an especially prominent reason
for the delay of “Mike & Molly” ...
though, with Melissa McCarthy’s
success as a comedy star on
both the big and small screens
(likely to be fueled more by her
work with Sandra Bullock in
the about-to-open movie “The
Heat”), we have to say we’re a
bit surprised CBS won’t have it
back as a fall starter.
Send questions of general
interest via email to tvpipe-
line@tribune.com. Writers
must include their names,
cities and states. Personal
replies cannot be sent.
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ESPN > 35 206 140 Soccer Studio Interruption SportsCenter (N) Å Preview 2013 NBA Draft From Brooklyn, N.Y. (N) (Live) Å SportsCenter (N) Å
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FXSP @ 37 671 418 Game Time Destination Golf Life Courtside Car Warriors ’ Å Stuntbust. Game Time Bull Riding West Coast Customs Game Time UFC UFC Unleashed World Poker Tour
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
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WE G 167 260 128 Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Charmed Å Charmed Å L.A. Hair L.A. Hair (N) House of Curves (N) L.A. Hair House of Curves
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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 Making It in America Evening Express Jane Velez-Mitchell (N) Nancy Grace (N) Dr. Drew on Call HLN After Dark (N) Showbiz Tonight Dr. Drew on Call
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1) “It Takes Two” with Patty Duke (“The Miracle Worker”)
2) Kevin Spacey
3) “A Different World”
4) Louis Gossett Jr.
5) “The Girl With Something Extra”
6) Don Ameche
7) Gordon Gekko in “Wall Street”
8) Jodie Foster (“The Accused,” “The Silence of the Lambs”)
9) Geena Davis
10) “St. Elsewhere”