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date (2012-09-19) newspaper_issue    DOCTORS    Chinas overburdened medical  system spurs violence  Inside  Page 7B    OLDER   DRIVERS   More are on road  but state rules  arent consistent  Inside  Page 6A    SCRIPPS    The    Gleaner    September 19 2012 HENDERSON  KENTUCKY  No  248 128th year 75fl     County short on coal tax funding    Some park improvements may have to wait Mour nmnrarn f nr  rni iktlnrl  ir    new  Jiugiuni iui uuuuicu yOLlth   gets financial boost from state    By Frank Boyett   fboyett thegleaner com   270   831 8342    Judge executive Hugh  McCormick on Tuesday  informed Henderson Fis  cal Court that the well of  coal severance tax money  is running dry  which is  causing projects to be de  layed or modified    The biggest impact is  likely to be cutting back  on planned improvements  at the Sandy Watkins    Park near Hebbardsville  this fiscal year  he said   although  300 000 for an  archival storage building  and a proposed  250 000  animal shelter have also  been delayed indefinitely    The animal shelter is  something thats going to  have to be put on hold   McCormick said  With  bids coming in the way  they have on everything  else     we dont see that  happening    The same is true for the    archival building  which is  planned on Water Street  next to the Post Office  I  knew the  300 000 wasnt  enough  but I thought it  was enough to get it start  ed  hoping it could be fin  ished with future alloca  tions of coal severance tax  money  McCormick said    The state government  had initially estimated the  county would get well over   750 000 both this year   See COUNTY  8A    By Frank Boyett   fboyett thegleaner com   270   831 8342    Local officials  the  school system and the  state Department of Juve  nile Justice are teaming up  to keep kids out of jail    DJJ Deputy Commis  sioner Sherre Smith Jones    presented Henderson Fis  cal Court with a check for   15 000 Tuesday to help  with the project  I wish  the check were a lot larg  er  she said    Lashana Harris of the  DJJ told fiscal court that  in working with the Hen  derson County School Dis  trict  which generates the    majority of juvenile peti  tions  they came up with  the Henderson County  Center for Youth Justice  Services  a process allow  ing intervention so kids  dont end up in detention   We are very excited about  the future of this model   See COURT  8A    Incentives  discussion  sees some  agreement   By Frank Boyett   fboyett thegleaner com   270   831 8342    The Henderson City  Commission tentatively  agreed on some business  incentives Tuesday at a  workshop meeting  but  was unable to forge con  sensus on the main foun  dation set for the program  by a special committee last  spring    That foundation is to  create four opportunity  zones at the north and  east gateways to the city   Almost immediately it  came under fire by Harvey  Ershig  a major landowner  along South Green Street   who objected to giving  preference to North Green  over South Green Street   I dont think legally you  can exclude part of a zon  ing classification  Ershig  said  while at the same  time commending the  commission for address  ing these problems    The commission in  structed City Attorney  Dawn Kelsey to look into  the question  focusing on  whether the city can cre  ate overlay zoning districts  for the gateway areas in or  der to create opportunity  zones with special busi  ness incentives  Well  find out what we can do   Mayor Steve Austin said    Ben Johnston  one of the  committee members  said  the committee wanted to  promote key corridors   the front of Henderson  as people are seeing it   We thought it would be  of benefit to Henderson to  have growth and expan  sion there    Commissioner Rob  ert Pruitt  however  said   See ZONING  8A    AUDUBON ARTS AND MUSIC FEST   Its about their abilities     MIKE LAWRENCE THE GLEANER    Albert Bauman  left  helps Justin Evans make a clay pot at Tuesdays Audubon Arts and Music Fest where approximately 180  students and faculty attended     Richecade  Fleuriot  proudly shows  off hist shirt  with a self por  trait wearing a  cowboy hat at  the Audubon  Arts and Music  Fest A total  of 450 to 500  students and  faculty from  Henderson   Webster    Union and  Daviess school  districts are  scheduled to  attend the  program this  week       Program seeks to engage  area special needs students    By Victoria Grabner   vgrabner thegleaner com   270   831 8341    You can ask a child if  hes having fun  Or  you  can just stand there and  watch him hop anima  tedly from foot to foot as  he wears a T shirt sport  ing a Cow Poke Portrait  he designed himself  and  then you can decide ac  cordingly    After all  many of the  special needs students  who came to the John  James Audubon State  Park on Tuesday for the  Audubon Arts and Mu  sic Fest Yippy Yi Yah  didnt need to talk to    express how much they  were entertained by the  music  pottery  drawing  and more    One little boy dis  tinguished himself by  standing up and clap  ping when John Gage  played his guitar and  sang some interactive  songs in front of the mu  seum  At the pottery dis  play  students laughed  and smiled when Al  bert Bauman told them  silly stories and got their  hands wet with clay    My favorite part was  making the T shirts   said London Chambers    SeeAUDUBON  8A    Saratoga  purchase  of Ellis  approved    Group gets  stake in track   By Chuck Stinnett   cstinnett thegleaner com   270   831 8343    Saratoga Harness  Racing Inc  announced  Wednesday that it re  ceived unanimous approv  al Wednesday from the  Kentucky Horse Racing  Commission to buy a mi  nority share of Ellis Park  and oversee all activities  at the track  including its  new instant racing video  betting games    Saratoga  owner of Sara  toga Casino and Raceway  in Saratoga Springs  N Y    will pay  4 million for  a 30 percent ownership  stake at Ellis    There are also op  portunities for it to later  buy 50 percent and then  100 percent of the Hen  derson racetrack    Joe Rudisill  a Saratoga  Harness consultant  will  serve as Ellis Parks gen  eral manager    Saratoga brings a  wealth of experience to  Ellis Park  Ron Geary   who bought the track from  Churchill Downs Inc  in  2006  said in a statement   Their commitment to  excellence will help en  sure that instant racing  machines are successful  in bringing much needed  support to Kentucky horse  racing  Im proud to part  ner with such a dedicated  team and look forward to  our future together    Rudisill and Saratoga  executives worked with  Geary on the remodeling  of a portion of the Ellis   See SARATOGA  8A    INDEX   ADVICE  6B    BUSINESS  5B    TV SCHEDULES  COMICS  IN   CLASSIFIEDS    CROSSWORDS    IN CLASSIFIEDS    DEATHS  2A  LOCAL   REGION  3A  LOTTERIES  2A  MOVIE TIMES  6B    SPORTS  1B 4B    Gleaner   online   www TheGleaner com    72   48    Mostly sunny  pleasant  today  high in low 70s   low tonight in upper  40s  A warming trend  continues Friday before    NATION   Chicago students could return  to the classroom as soon as  today after a deal was reached  to end a strike by the teachers  union  Chicago is the nations  third largest school district   with 350 000 students being  kept home by the strike    Page 5A   LOCAL    SUDOKU  6B    6 74341 22222    a cold front arrives late  that evening    Full forecast  8B   s    Printed partially  on recycled  paper with  SOY ink    The Henderson County High  School Colonels Brigade and  Guard has had a good start to its  season and is working toward  its own contest Sept  29 at  Colonel Stadium    Page 3A    Bank of Henderson wants  to acquire Cynthiana bank    By Chuck Stinnett   cstinnett thegleaner com   270   831 8343    The Bank of Hender  son is seeking regulatory  approval to acquire a bank  in Central Kentucky that   if successful  will result in  a name change    The local bank plans  to acquire Harrison De  posit Bank and Trust Co   of Cynthiana  Ky   located  approximately 30 miles    northeast of Lexington  in Harrison County  That  county had a population of  18 846 as of 2010    The acquisition  which  is pending approval by the  Federal Deposit Insurance  Corp   would be accom  plished through a merger  of the holding companies  of the respective banks   The Bank of Henderson  said it expects that to be  completed in early No  vember     At that time  a new  name and brand that  reflects the companys  range of services will  be announced  Bank of  Henderson Chairman Dr   Thomas Logan and Presi  dent and CEO Dale Sights  said in a joint statement    Sights said that a key  member of his banks exec  utive staff already resides  in Central Kentucky and   See BANK  8A                                                                       2A  Wednesday  September 19 2012  the gleaner    Deaths    Minnie Punnie Jones   Minnie Punnie Jones  90  Henderson   was called home to be with her Saviour on  Monday  Sept  17 2012    She was born July 28  1922  in Hen  derson County to the late Theodore and  Mary Minton Williams  She professed her  faith in Christ at an early age and became  a member of Greater Norris Chapel Bap  tist Church under the pastorate of the Rev   L G  Easley  She was a past member of the  Priscilla Circle    She worked as a housekeeper and caregiver for several  families over the years  Her favorite pastime was dress  ing hair for family and friends    She was preceded in death by her parents  one son   James Richard Hancock  three sisters  Mary Nash  Hallie  Juniel and Gertrude Rankin  and one grandson  Dexter  Hancock    She leaves to cherish precious and loving memories   one sister  Ruth Hancock  one daughter in law  Shir  ley Hancock  five granddaughters  Cathy Gray  Sylvia  Cansler  Darlene Buckner  Dale   Sherry Hancock of  Henderson and Grace Ann Wilson  Cory  of Hamdon   Conn   four grandsons  William Hancock  Yvonne   John  Hancock of Henderson  Eugene Hancock of Nashville  Tenn   and Don Hancock of Evansville  23 great grand  children  27 great great granchildren  two nieces  Carnie  Moore  caregiver  and Rosa Woods  five great nieces   one nephew  Norman Rankin Jr  of St  Charles  Ill   great   great nieces and  nephews  and cousins    She raised three children who were loved like her  own  Lisa  Adrain and Jimmy Wooldridge  all of Florida    Services will be at 1 p m  Friday at Greater Norris Cha  pel Baptist Church    Friends may call after 11 a m  Friday at the church    Mason Brothers Audubon Chapel is handling arrange  ments    Ernest Anderson   Ernest Anderson  69  Henderson  formerly of Albia   Iowa  died Wednesday  Sept  12 2012  at his home after  a long battle with cancer    He was preceded in death by his wife  Joyce  and his  parents  John and Helen Anderson of Albia    Survivors include three sisters  Audrey Post of Clay  ton  N C   Ida Collins of Henderson and Margaret Mary  Darrah of Defiance  Ohio  three brothers  Gerald Ander  son of Albia  John Anderson of Cedar Rapids  Iowa  and  Richard Anderson of Altuna  Iowa  nieces and nephews    There will be no services    Expressions of sympathy may take the form of con  tributions to St  Anthonys Hospice    Cedric J  Watt   Cedric J  Watt  24  Henderson  died Monday  Sept   17 2012    Survivors include his mother  Felicia Hill and her  husband  the Rev  Ricky Hill  his father  Andre Watt   one sister  Teshia Watt  four brothers  Arsenio Watt   Darrin Watt and TaeKorey Watt and Ricky T  Hill II     his grandmother  Thelma Floyd  and his grandfathers   Donald Ray Thomas and Tommy Hill Sr    Services will be at noon Saturday at Greater Norris  Chapel Baptist Church  The Rev  Glen Norman will of  ficiate    Friends may call from 4 to 8 p m  Friday at the church    Mason Brothers Audubon Chapel is in charge of ar  rangements    Shirley Mae Truax   CLAY  Shirley Mae Truax  77  Clay  died Monday  Sept   17 2012  at Regional Medical Center in Madisonville    She was a member of Pentecostal Prayer Chapel in  Providence    Survivors include her husband of 32 years  Robert  Truax  three daughters  Shirley Nelson of Clay  Sarah  Frost of Gamaliel  Ky   and Leahann Waites of Columbus   Ga   two sons  William Quisenberry of Mobile  Ala   and  Andy Hearn of Providence  one stepdaughter  Lawana  Williams of Hudson  Fla   one stepson  Otis Truax of  Pleasantview  Tenn   one brother  Wendell Taylor of  Glasgow  Ky   grandchildren  great grandchildren  and  great great grandchildren    Services will be at 2 p m  Thursday at Vanover Fu  neral Home in Clay  Burial will be in the Truax Family  Cemetery in Clay    Friends may call from 5 to 8 p m  today and after 8 a m   Thursday at the funeral home    Charles Randall Randy Woolsey   EVANSVILLE   Charles Randall Randy Woolsey  62   Evansville  passed away at 5 a m  Monday  Sept  17 2012   at his residence    Randy was born Nov  7 1949  in Evans  ville to Charles and Betty Jean Richey  Woolsey  Randy was a 1967 graduate of  Henderson County High School  attended  Henderson Community College and was  employed by Toyota since 2003  Randy  attended Oak Hill Baptist Church    He was preceded in death by his father   Charles Richard Woolsey  his grandmoth  er  Mildred Bowles  his infant sister  Sandra Gayle Wool  sey  and his grandson  Joshua Cole Woolsey   Survivors include one son  Jason Woolsey and his wife   Lynne  of Evansville  his mother  Betty Jean Woolsey  of Henderson  one brother  Rick Woolsey and his wife   Rhonda  of Evansville  three grandchildren  Hannah  Woolsey  Emily Woolsey and Abigail Woolsey  several  nieces and nephews    Services will be at 10 a m  Friday at Boone Funeral  Home East Chapel  5330 Washington Ave   Evansville   The Rev  Alan Scott will officiate  Burial will be in Rose   lawn Memorial Gardens    Friends may call from 3 to 7 p m  Thursday and after  9 a m  Friday the funeral home    Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contri  butions to Oak Hill Baptist Church  4615 Oak Hill Road   Evansville  IN 47711    Condolences may be made to the family online at  boonefuneralhome net       Funerals    Joyce Camellia Smith   Services for Joyce Camellia Smith  66  Henderson  for  merly of Evansville  who died Saturday  will be at 10 a m   Thursday at Pierre Funeral Home  2601W  Franklin St    Evansville  The Rev  Tony Payne will officiate  Entomb  ment will be in Memorial Park Mausoleum    Friends may call from 4 to 7 p m  today at the funeral  home    Roger Thomas Vance Sr    Services for Roger Thomas Vance Sr   68  Sebree  who  died Saturday  will be at noon today at Holy Name of    Jesus Catholic Church in Henderson  The Rev  Larry  McBride will officiate  Burial will be in St  Louis Cem  etery    Friends may call until 11 a m  today at Rudy Rowland  Funeral Home    William Billy Thomasson   Services for William Billy Thomasson  86  Onton   who died Sunday  will be at 11 a m  today at Tomblinson  Funeral Home Sebree Chapel  Brother Selby Coomer  and Brother Marty Robertson will officiate  Burial will  be in Onton Cemetery    Friends may call after 9 a m  today at the funeral home     Woman injured in two vehicle accident at Seventh  Ingram    Gleaner staff    A 74 year old woman  was listed in fair condition  Tuesday after a two vehicle  accident Monday evening at  Seventh and North Ingram  streets    Lotte Blanford  1014 Vine  St   is being treated at Meth  odist Hospital     City police said the colli  sion occurred around 4 45  p m  Monday when a vehi  cle driven by Teah Chester   22  3561 Henrys Way  was  northbound on North In  gram Street    Blanford was traveling  east on Seventh Street  of  ficials said  Chester turned  fromNorth Ingram onto Sev     Fire runs    City gas  1921 Madison St   re     3 04 a m   Fire alarm  turned at 3 09 p m    490 Klutey Park Plaza  re   3 10 p m   Smoke  turned at 3 27 a m  alarm  500 Fair St   re     2 51 p m   Smell of turned at 3 32 p m     Corrections    A story in Tuesdays edition about JoAnne Sanders  disputed water and sewer bill reported her sewer charge  as  100 lower than it actually was  Her September charge  for sewer was  595  while her water bill was  300     enth Street  and the two cars ported to Methodist Hospi    collided  authorities said  tal  Chester was reportedly  Blanford was trans  uninjured     Brevities    Henderson County High School site based decision  making council meeting  5 30 p m   today  media center    Niagara Elementary site based decision making coun  cil meeting  4 30 p m  Thursday  media center    Henderson County Diabetes Education and Support  Group  6 30 p m  Thursday  Henderson County Coopera  tive Extension Service  3341 Kentucky 351  Speaker  Paul  Rutledge  Monitoring Your Blood Sugar    Corydon Masonic Lodge No  799 meeting  7 p m   Thursday  meal served at 6 p m  All Master Masons  welcome    Former Kusan and Aeropquip employees breakfast  8  a m  today  Eastgate Family Restaurant    Henderson United Democratic Womens Club 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and better tailored specifi  cally to fit womens phy  siques    Members of a female  engagement team from  the 101st Airborne Divi  sion  who will be directly  interacting with Afghan  women during the upcom  ing deployment  have been  equipped with the female  prototypes of the newest  generation of Army tacti  cal vests    On Tuesday at the Army  installation on the Tennes   see Kentucky state line  the  female soldiers showed the  new features of the vests  during qualification trials  with their M4A1 rifles    The 101st Airborne Di  vision first suggested the  idea of a better fitting vest  for women in 2009 after fe  male soldiers said that they  often had trouble bending  over  getting in and out of  tight spaces like military ve  hicles  or positioning their  rifles against their shoul  ders  said Maj  Joel Dillon   the Armys assistant prod  uct manager for the vests    Dillon said the long plates  inside the vests would rub  against their hips and cut  into their thighs when they  sit down    After a lot of testing and  measurements  the Army    came up with a vest that is  shorter to accommodate  smaller torsos and have  tailoring to fit closer to  womens chests  The new  vest eliminates gaps be  tween the material and the  body and can be fitted with  smaller side ballistic inserts  for small waist sizes    With a vest that is too  long  if they lay their rifle  on the ground or drop it   its very hard to bend over  to pick it up because that  plate digs into their side   Now they can bend down  and touch their toes and  so they are more mobile  and therefore you can get  additional safety because  you can perform better   he said    The vest has a lighter feel  because it wont rest on the  female soldiers shoulders  like the male versions do   Dillion said    The need for better fit  ting armor became clear  as women in the Army  have been fighting on the  front lines of Iraq and Af  ghanistan for years  Dillon  said  He noted that women  now make up 14 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this work zone will move to the left   hand passing lane    Southbound motorists should be  prepared to encounter slowing and  merging traffic near the entrance to  the Trocadero Convenience Store   The work zone will have a 45 mile   per hour speed limit along the entire  length of the bridge    The work zone will be removed  at 3 p m  Thursday to allow normal  traffic flow on the southbound bridge  during the afternoon commute  ac  cording to the cabinet    Lane restrictions are then expect  ed to be back on the bridge from 7    p m  Thursday until 5 a m  Friday    Should the work require  lane  restrictions may also be up on the  bridge from 9 a m  to 3 p m  Friday    The contractor is restricted to  working specific hours to minimize  traffic disruptions  according to the  Transportation Cabinet  The crew  will start work beneath the bridge  at 7 a m  on Thursday to prepare  for the southbound lane closure to  be in place starting at 9 a m  The  contractor will be fined  1 500 for  every 15 minutes a lane restriction  is in place outside of allowable  working hours    No northbound lane restrictions  will be required for this project     A different point of view     ASSOCIATED PRESS    Maddy Greene  11  flips in the air while on the bungee jump ride last Satursday during the Poage Landing Days festival in Ash  land  Ky     Briefs    Garden of Season  deadline Oct  13   The Garden Club of Henderson  has announced its nominations  deadline for the fall Garden of the  Season award    The deadline has been set for  Oct  13  and judging will take place  shortly after the nominations period  closes    Winners are selected from among  nominees who are non Garden Club  members and who live within the  Henderson city limits    Only amateur gardeners are eligi  ble  and gardens with artificial flow  ers will not be considered  Garden  ers may nominate their own yards    Gardens can be nominated by call  ing 454 4333 and leaving a message  with your name plus the name  ad  dress and phone number of the per    son you are nominating    Inside Henderson  deadline extended   The deadline has been extended  for applying for the 2012 2013 class  of Inside Henderson  the Henderson  Chamber of Commerces leadership  program    Inside Henderson consists of a  two day retreat on Sept  28 29 fol  lowed by eight full day sessions held  once a month starting in October    The curriculum includes lec  tures  site visits  discussion groups  and other leadership development  activities    The tuition for Inside Henderson  is  700  which includes all expenses    Applications can be picked up at the  chamber office at 230 Second Street   Suite 320  in downtown Henderson   or downloaded from the chambers    website at www hendersonky com   The deadline is noon Friday    For more information  contact  Amber Schaudt  at 826 9531 or as   chaudt hendersonchamber org    HCCs early registration open   Local residents are encouraged to  apply and register for the 2013 spring  semester at Henderson Community  College    Those who submit an admissions  application by Oct  15 will be given pri  ority registration status and have the  opportunity to complete the admis  sions process  meet with an adviser  and register early for spring classes    Visit the HCC website at www   henderson kctcs edu for the free  online application or call 827 1867  or toll free 1 800 696 9958 for more  information     Staff reports    Auto Body     we can  help with  deductibles   Steve Keen   Owner   25 Years Experience    907 N  Green St   Henderson  KY   Across from Dairy Queen   270   869 8853   www autopaintanddesign com     BEST   BREAKFAST  IN TOWN    2 eggs  bacon    aQ q  sausage or ham y  hashbrowns V    without hashbrowns  3 39   Mon Thurs 6a m    10a m   Dine ln Only     Gene s     RESTAURANT 8 BBQ   Home Cookin Done Right   1095 N  Green 827 8576    Large Selection of   STAIN MASTER   CARPET      Altvays stylish Always beautiful      THE     rSTAIN MASTER   FLOORING CENTER    936 Eighth St   Henderson  KY   8088 Robin Hill Rd   Newburgh  IN    www meuthcarpets com j    Need Life Health  Insurance     Call 270 827 3505    Auto Home Instant Quotes   Business  Life Health  Medicare Supplements   Vaughn  Insurance    315 N Main St  GoVaughn com     County High marching  band off to good start    Special to The Gleaner    Henderson County High  Schools Colonels Brigade  and Guard has placed sec  ond in two recent march  ing band contests and  third place in another    The band placed second  in Class 5A  won Best Col  or Guard in Class 5A  and  took the Overall Reserve  Grand Champion Award  out of a field of six bands  on Sept  8    On Sept  15  the band  traveled to two contests   At Apollo High Schools  Eagle Marching Clas  sic  the Colonels Brigade  and Guard took second in  Class 5A and once again  won the Overall Reserve  Grand Champion Award  out of five bands    That night  at Ohio  Countys Marching Invi  tational  the band placed  third in Class 5A and  Overall  while the County  High Percussion and Color  Guard each won the top  awards in both Class 5A  and Overall  in a field of 10  bands    It was the first percus  sion award weve won in  at least four years  said  sophomore Brandon Wo  odard  who marches snare  in the drum line  It was  definitely a payoff for all  the work weve put in  all  the extra hours    The band is under the    direction of Keith Vin  cent and Adam Thomas   assisted by Paul Metzger  and Alex Grimm  with  color guard instructors  Liz and Emily Gogel  per  cussion staff Zack Stewart   Billy Justineaux  and Jesse  French  and visual staff  David Morton  This years  competitive show is titled  Circus of Dreams    Even though this is one  of the youngest groups of  students weve ever had   weve seen an incredible  amount of progress and  growth from the kids   Vincent said    The Colonels Brigade  and Guard will venture out  of the state this Saturday  to contests at Castle High  School and Evansville  North High School    Next  they will host  the Henderson Heritage  Marching Band Invita  tional on Sept  29 at 6 p m   at Colonel Stadium  The  public is invited to come  out and support the band  as they host seven bands  from the surrounding  counties    The band will close the  marching season with a  contest at Christian Coun  ty on Oct  6  and the State  Quarterfinals in Muhlen  berg County on Oct  20   potentially advancing to  the State Semifinals at  Western Kentucky Uni  versity on Oct  27     Hospital hosting free  prostate screening event    Gleaner staff    Methodist Hospital will  conduct a free community  prostate screening event  on Saturday from 8 a m   until noon at Dr  James  Fellows office located in  the Imperial Building  113  Third Street  Suite 120    Men age 40 and above are  encouraged to participate    The screening includes  a physical exam and a PSA  blood test  Results may be  sent to your family doctor    Pre registration is not  required    According to the Cen  ters for Disease Control   cancer is a disease in  which abnormal cells in  the body grow out of con  trol  When cancer starts  in the prostate  it is called  prostate cancer  The pros  tate is a walnut sized or  gan located just below the  bladder and in front of the  rectum in men  It produces  fluid that makes up a part  of semen  Prostate cancer  is the most common form  of cancer among men    Cancer screening  means looking for cancer  before it causes symptoms    As it relates to Prostate  Cancer  the tests most    commonly used to screen  for prostate cancer and  the ones being conducted  at Methodist Hospital are     Prostate specific an  tigen  PSA  test  PSA is  a substance made by the  prostate  The PSA test  measures the level of PSA  in the blood  which may be  higher in men who have  prostate cancer  However   other conditions such as  an enlarged prostate  pros  tate infections  and certain  medical procedures also  may increase PSA levels     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Frist defied tradition and Senate collegiality by  campaigning against Daschle in the Democrats  home state of South Dakota  a race Daschle ulti  mately lost    But now the two have united under the banner   of the Bipartisan  Policy Center  to defend criti  cal sections of  President Barack  Obamas Afford  able Care Act   large sections  of which Frist  agrees with  an  act of heresy in  GOP congres  sional circles    Frist knows  quite a bit about  health care and    YOUR   TURN   Do you have an opinion on  these or other issues  Send  your letters to Editor  The  Gleaner  Box 4  Henderson   KY 42419 or email them to  letters thegleaner com   Letters must be signed and  include a phone number for  verification     health care policy    Hes a heart lung transplant surgeon whose fam  ily founded a giant hospital management company   He is working with other health care specialists  on a report due out early next year  and it will  not recommend repealing the Affordable Care Act   which Republicans say will be their first order of  business if they are in charge    The problem for congressional Republicans  is that the public is coming to like parts of the  Obama plan  universal access  not being de  nied coverage for pre existing conditions  no  lifetime limit on coverage and coverage for de  pendents up to age 26    And there is great skepticism among older voters  about the Romney Ryan plan to begin replacing  Medicare and its direct payments with vouchers  to buy private health insurance    Frist is a strong advocate of the individual man  date and the state based health insurance exchang    es    And for all the bogus GOP talk of death panels   he is calling for reforms to incentives to use ex  pensive high technology on terminally ill patients   He has noted that 30 percent of Medicare costs   more than  150 billion annually  is spent in the last  months of life    The Republican slogan of repeal and replace  has a nice ring to it  but is probably politically un  workable    There are ways to reform health care  however   and Frist and Daschle could provide the gravitas  and bipartisanship to make that happen     The Gleaner   EDITORIAL PAGE   DAVID DIXON   EDITOR    CONTACT US  Phone  270 827 2000  Fax  270 827 2765    OPINION POLICY   The Gleaners Opinion Page is an open forum for viewpoints    yours  theirs and ours  The newspaper encourages comments from  its readers  either through letters or more lengthy citizen columns   Letters must include the signature  address and phone number of  the writer  Only signed  verifiable letters will be published  Ques  tions about newspaper viewpoints or the Opinion Page in general  should be addressed to The Editor  The Gleaner  P 0  Box 4  Hender  son  KY 42419       2oii     BVR  b N 00 S     One for the money  two for the show   where on earth did old rhymes go     CHUCK   STINNETT    a      Perhaps that is all being  lost  replaced by staring  endlessly into the screens of  smartphones     An apparently unfortu  nate movie called One for  the Money was released  early this year    It performed modestly  at the box office  earning  well below its  40 million  production budget  and  was skewered by critics   The movie website Rot   tenTomatoes com reports  that of the 53 published re  views about the movie  52  were negative    Someday to be used in  film schools as a textbook  example of how not to  adapt a best selling novel  for the screen  One for the  Money is mis cast  mis   scripted  and mis directed  in every category  one re  viewer declared        yet another ho hum  run at the multiplexes      yawned another    One for the Money  is an utterly lifeless  joy  less experience  opined  a third    Even the one positive  review  by Scott Nash of  ThreeMovieBuffs com   was tepid  I feel like Im  apologizing for enjoy  ing this movie and thats  partly because I can ob  jectively see that its not  particularly well made  but  despite that I still rather  liked it  Although yes  a  big part of that is because I  went into it with absolutely  zero expectations    Despite the consider  able disappointment of  this movie  if you Google  the phrase one for the  money  the first 35 results  will be either for the film  or the 1994 novel on which  it was based    To a graying baby boom  er  this comes as a bit of a  surprise  When I was a kid   scarcely a day of play went  by without a recitation of  this rhyme    One for the money    Two for the show    Three to get ready   And four to go    It was used to start  childhood footraces or  as two kids prepared to  throw their buddy into a  swimming pool  potato   sack style    In fact  the rhyme had  been so used for gen  erations  An old English  nursery rhyme  dating to  at least the 1800s  went    One to make ready    BUSINESS EDITOR    And two to prepare  good luck to the rider  And away goes the mare  As long ago as 1872  in a  boys novel called Strik  ing for the Right  a boy  preparing to race a horse  up a hill recites the one  for the money  two for the  show rhyme exactly as  we would during back  yard play nearly a cen  tury later    By 1947  the phrase was  recited in a Tom and Jerry  animated cartoon  Part  Time Pal  with a slight  variation of the third line   three to make ready    The rhyme was so com  mon  so well known  that  Carl Perkins adapted it  for the opening lines of  his 1955 rockabilly classic  Blue Suede Shoes    Well  it s one for the  money    Two for the show    Three to get ready  Now go cat go    Blue Suede Shoes  proved to be a huge cross  over hit  climbing the pop   rhythm   blues and coun  try charts    A subsequent recording  helped make Elvis famous   Rolling Stone magazine  would later list it No  95  among its 500 Greatest  Songs of All Time    Various renderings of  the one for the money  rhyme found their way  into songs performed by  artists ranging from R B  singer Horace Brown  The  Highwaymen folk group  and at least four hip hop  artists  including Nipsey  Hussle    Its even the punchline  of the joke about the old  woman who married a  banker while in her 20s   a circus ringmaster in  her 40s  a preacher in her  60s and finally a funeral  director in her 80s  She  explained  I married one  for the money  two for the  show  three to get ready  and four to go    I was struck recently by    the realization that  aside  from that joke and Blue  Suede Shoes  I hadnt  heard one for the money  uttered in years    It might just be that Im  not a kid and I dont get  into footraces anymore   But my suspicion is that  the phrase is vanishing  from common usage    To test my theory  I con  ducted a small and wildly  unscientific field survey   asking  When you hear   One for the money  what  is the first thing that comes  to your mind    I polled six people   three females and three  males  ranging in age  from a teenager to some  one who has passed her  30th wedding anniversary    The first woman an  swered hesitantly  Two  for the show  She didnt  know the last two lines of  the rhyme  But one of her  male colleagues did    The second and third  women I spoke to each  equated One for the mon  ey with Janet Evanovich   the best selling novelist  whose first four mysteries  featuring the character  named Stephanie Plum  included    One for the Money   the one made into the  movie released earlier this  year    Two for the Dough   Three to Get Deadly   Four to Score   Meanwhile  one of the  men surveyed associated  One for the money with  the Carl Perkins Elvis  Presley song  not the kids  rhyme    And finally  a teenage  male responded that One  for the money brought to  mind Two for the show   although he did it a bit un  certainly    Columnist and educa  tion feature writer Kim  Bielenberg wrote in the  Irish Independent news  paper that a 2007 survey  by the British preschooler  TV channel Cartoonito  found that 40 percent of  parents with young chil    dren couldnt recite a  single nursery rhyme all  the way through  As she  put it  the traditional  nursery rhyme     is  like  Humpty Dumpty  falling  off the wall  And all the  kings horses and all the  kings men are unlikely to  make it popular again    During my childhood   we learned nursery  rhymes and anthems such  as Columbia  the Gem of  the Ocean    Schoolyards and gym  classes included the play  ing of Red Rover  which  was especially enjoyed  since it involved a school   sanctioned exertion of  mild violence as you tried  to break through the op  posing teams chain    When recess was forced  inside because of rain  we  played Simon Says    In the neighborhood   crucial decisions such  as picking players for a  team  or deciding which  kid had to ring the mean  neighbors doorbell and  then run like the wind   were made through a pro  cess that involved reciting  a phrase that began one  potato  two potatoes  three  potatoes  four      Perhaps that is all being  lost  replaced by staring  endlessly into the screens  of smartphones    We didnt have a water   filled quarry with a high  cliff in our neighborhood   But I like to think that if  we did  there would have  been a summer day when  we reached a certain age  and level of courage that  we would have climbed  that cliff  peered over the  rim into the water far be  low  stepped back a few  paces and then  locking  eyes  would have recited  loudly    One for the money   Two for the show   Three to get ready  And four to go o o o o o    Business Editor Chuck  Stinnett can be reached at  270 831 8343 or cstinnettd   thegleaner com     DOONESBURY     WRITING TO WASHINGTON    1st District U S  Rep    Ed Whitfield   2368 Rayburn Office Building  Washington  D  C  20515  Phone 202 225 3115  Local phone  270 826 4180  Fax  202 225 3547  Web  www house gov   whifield    U S  Sen  A M    Mitch McConnell   317 Russell Senate Office  Building   Washington  D C  20510  Phone  202 224 2541  Fax  202 224 2499  Web  www mcconnell sen   ate gov    U S  Sen  Rand Paul   208 Russell Senate Office  Building   Washington  D C  20510  Phone  202 224 4343  Fax  202 228 6917  Web  www paul senate gov                                                                                      the gleaner if Wednesday  September 19 2012 if 5A    Nation EWorld    DID YOU KNOW    In1965  Congress authorized protection of former  presidents and their spouses during their lifetime and  minor children until age 16     Source  secretservice gov    Immigrant  law OKd  by judge  in Arizona   By Jacques Billeaud   Associated Press    PHOENIX  A judge in Ari  zona ruled Tuesday that  police can immediately  start enforcing the most  contentious section of the  states immigration law   marking the first time of  ficers can carry out the  so called show me your  papers provision    The decision by U S   District Judge Susan  Bolton is the latest mile  stone in a two year legal  battle over the require  ment  It culminated in a  U S  Supreme Court deci  sion in June that upheld the  provision on the grounds  that it doesnt conflict with  federal law    Opponents responded  to the Supreme Court de  cision by asking Bolton to  block the requirement on  different grounds  arguing  that it would lead to sys  tematic racial profiling  and unreasonably long  detentions of Latinos    She said early this  month she wouldnt block  it  and gave the go ahead  Tuesday for the law to take  effect    The section of the law  requires that officers   while enforcing other  laws  question the im  migration status of those  suspected of being in the  country illegally  The  show me your papers  name is from opponents    Arizonas law was  passed in 2010 amid voter  frustration with the states  role as the busiest illegal  entry point into the coun  try  Five states  Alabama   Georgia  Indiana  South  Carolina and Utah  have  adopted variations on Ari  zonas law      ASSOCIATED PRESS   Teacher Patty Westcott pickets Tuesday outside Clissold Elementary School in Chicago as a  strike by the Chicago Teachers Union continued  After a deal was reached late Tuesday  CTU  members in the nations third largest city are to return to classrooms as soon as today     Chicago teachers union  votes to return to schools    By Sophia Tareen  and Tammy Webber   Associated Press    CHICAGO   The citys  teachers agreed Tuesday  to return to the classroom  after more than a week on  the picket lines  ending  a spiteful stalemate with  Mayor Rahm Emanuel  that put teacher evalua  tions and job security at  the center of a national  debate about the future of  public education    Union delegates voted  to formally suspend the  strike after discussing  details of a proposed con  tract settlement worked  out over the weekend   Classes could resume as  early as today    Delegates poured out  of a South Side union hall  singing solidarity for  ever    Im very excited  I miss  my students  Im relieved    because I think this con  tract was better than what  they offered  said Amer  ica Olmedo  who teaches  fourth  and fifth grade  bilingual classes  They  tried to take everything  away    Said Shay Porter  a  teacher at the Hender  son Academy elementary  school  We ignited the  labor movement in Chi  cago    The walkout  the first in  Chicago in 25 years  shut  down the nations third   largest school district just  days after 350 000 stu  dents had returned from  summer vacation    Tens of thousands of  parents were forced to  find alternatives for idle  children  including many  whose neighborhoods have  been wracked by gang vio  lence in recent months    Tuesdays vote was not  on the contract  but on    whether to continue the  strike  The contract will be  submitted to a vote by the  full membership of more  than 25 000 teachers    The walkout was the  first for a major American  city in at least six years    It drew national atten  tion because it posed a  high profile test for teach  ers unions  which have  seen their political influ  ence threatened by a grow  ing reform movement    Unions have pushed  back against efforts to  expand charter schools   bring in private compa  nies to help with failing  schools  and link teacher  evaluations to student test  scores    The strike carried politi  cal implications  too  rais  ing the risk of a protracted  labor battle in President  Barack Obamas home  town at the height of the  fall campaign     Around the Nation    ALASKA_   Oil dividend payout  doesnt go too far   ANCHORAGE   This is the  day Alaskans crow about  to their brethren in the  Lower 48  trying to make  them jealous that the gov  ernment gives them mon  ey to just live here    Alaskans got the word  Tuesday that this years  Permanent Fund Dividend  will be  878  Almost all  Alaskans  nearly 647 000   will receive a dividend   their yearly share of the  states oil wealth    But the yearly bounty  barely makes a dent in the  higher cost to live in the  nations northernmost  state  Heres a look at  what this years dividend  amount  about  878   will get you in Alaska     About  70 short of one  months rent for a single  bedroom apartment in  Juneau  the states capital     8812 packs of soda in  the western Alaska village  of Nome   Los Angeles  residents could take home  triple that amount      Nearly 59 cans of  Hills Brothers Coffee at  the remote village of Fort  Yukon  just north of the  Arctic Circle     New clothes for the  season  the Permanent  Fund Dividend would  cover a new pair of mens  ski pants  a down jacket  and gloves     About 163 gallons of  home heating fuel   5 39  per gallon delivered  in  Naknek  a Bristol Bay vil  lage about 300 miles from  Anchorage     And even though  theres no state sales tax   the IRS taxes Alaskans on  this income    DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA   Activist supports  easing sanctions   WASHINGTON   Myanmar    democracy leader Aung  San Suu Kyi began her  landmark visit to Wash  ington by declaring Tues  day that she supports the  easing of the remaining  U S  economic sanctions  on her country    Suu Kyi also credited  Myanmars president  the  former general  Thein  Sein  for democratic re  forms but cautioned that  the country also known  as Burma had a ways to  go before shaking off the  legacy of five decades of  military rule    The Nobel laureate  spoke after meeting with  Secretary of State Hillary  Rodham Clinton at the  State Department  kick  ing off a 17 day U S  visit  that comes as the Obama  administration considers  easing its ban on imports  from Myanmar in re  sponse to recent reforms   including releases of about  90 dissidents this week    Suu Kyis also will re  ceive Congress highest  award    Russia kicks out U S   aid organization   WASHINGTON The United  States said Tuesday it is  ending the U S  Agency  for International Develop  ments operations in Rus  sia after a Kremlin demand  that the aid organization  leave the country  dealing  a blow to President Barack  Obamas policy of reset  ting relations between  Washington and Moscow    State Department  spokeswoman Victoria  Nuland told reporters  that Russia sent a letter  last week saying it didnt  need Washingtons help  anymore  She didnt cite  a political reason for the  closure  but President  Vladimir Putin long has  complained about U S  de  mocracy and human rights  promotion efforts     Wire reports    Around the World     ASSOCIATED PRESS   French soldiers arrive at the scene of a suicide bombing Tuesday in Kabul  Afghanistan  A  suicide bomber rammed a car packed with explosives into a minibus carrying foreign aviation  workers to the airport in the Afghan capital  killing at least 12 people    Militants claim Afghan  attack is revenge for film    AFGHANISTAN_   NATO shifts policy  to mitigate attacks   KABUL  NATOs deci  sion to restrict operations  with small Afghan forces  to mitigate the threat of in  sider attacks means fewer  boots on patrols and a shift  in how the U S  led coali  tion will fight the war in  Afghanistan    Its unclear whether  the coalitions exit strat  egy can succeed with less  partnering with Afghan  policemen and soldiers   who are slated to take over  for foreign combat troops  by the end of 2014  just 27  months from now    NATOs decision re  flected escalating worries  about the insider attacks   coupled with the wide  spread tensions over an  anti Islam video that has  prompted protests around  the world  including Af  ghanistan    SYRIA   Clashes break out  asQuartetmeets   Fierce clashes broke out  Tuesday between Syrian  rebels and regime forces  battling for control of a bor  der crossing on the frontier  with Turkey  and Turkish  authorities told residents to  evacuate the area    The violence along the  border with Turkey  which  is a strong supporter of  the rebels trying to oust  President Bashar Assad   underlines the regional  danger as the Syrian civil  war increasingly draws in  neighboring countries    On the diplomatic front   a spokesman for Egyptian  President Mohammed  Morsi said the Egyptian  leader told Irans foreign  minister in a meeting  Tuesday in Cairo that re  lations between the two  countries were being hin  dered by Tehrans support  for Syrias regime     The two met as part of  a Morsi sponsored Syria  peace initiative dubbed  the Islamic Quartet   bringing together Turkey   Saudi Arabia and Egypt   all supporters of the Syrian  rebellion  with Iran    CHINA   Protests erupt over  island dispute   BEIJING  Old wounds am  plified outrage over a ter  ritorial dispute Tuesday as  thousands of Chinese pro  tested Tokyos purchase of  islands claimed by Beijing  and marked the 81st anni  versary of a Japanese inva  sion that China has never  forgotten    China marks every Sept   18 by blowing sirens to re  member a 1931 incident  that Japan used as a pretext  to invade Manchuria  set  ting off a brutal occupation  of China that ended only  at the close of World War  II  Demonstrations are  not routine  but this year   as Chinese fume over last  weeks Japanese purchase  of long contested islands  in the East China Sea  they  spread across the country    Outside the Japanese  Embassy in Beijing   thousands of protesters  shouted patriotic slogans  and demanded boycotts  of Japanese goods  Some  burned Japanese flags and  threw apples  water bottles  and eggs at the embassy   which was heavily guard  ed by three layers of para  military police and metal  barricades    In another part of the  capital  U S  Defense Sec  retary Leon Panetta had a  lengthy meeting with Chi  nas national defense min  ister  Gen  Liang Guanglie   during a three day trip  that U S  officials have  said Panetta will use to  press China to seek ways  to peacefully resolve its  territorial disputes     Wire reports    By Patrick Quinn  and Christopher Torchia   Associated Press    KABUL  Afghanistan   Is  lamic militants sought  Tuesday to capitalize on  anger over an anti Islam  video that was produced  in the United States  say  ing a suicide bombing  that killed 12 people in  Afghanistan was revenge  for the film and calling for  attacks on U S  diplomats  and facilities in North Af  rica    The attempt by extrem  ists across the region  to harness Muslim fury  over a film that denigrates  the Prophet Muhammad  posed new concern for  the United States  whose  embassies and consulates  have been targeted  and in  some cases breached  dur  ing riots and protests over  the past week    At the same time  West    ern leaders welcomed  statements by Middle  East governments that  condemned the violence  against diplomatic facili  ties on their soil  even as  they expressed anger over  the video    Some of those govern  ments replaced autocratic  regimes in popular upris  ings that swept the region   allowing for greater leni  ency toward protest    At least 28 people have  died in seven countries in  violence linked to the film   including U S  Ambassa  dor Christopher Stevens  and three other Ameri  cans killed in a Sept  11 at  tack on the U S  Consulate  in Benghazi  Libya    The toll also includes  12 protesters killed in ri  ots over the film last week    Some officials in Libya  have said the attack on the  consulate was planned in  advance     However  the White  House said Tuesday the  assault appeared to have  been sparked by anger  over the film  though the  investigation continues    The crisis has become a  major foreign policy chal  lenge for Washington in  the final weeks of a presi  dential election campaign  that has largely focused  on economic challenges    The uproar over the  video  Innocence of Mus  lims  which was made by  an Egyptian born Ameri  can citizen and posted on  YouTube  reflects seem  ingly intractable tension  between Western prin  ciples of free speech and  Islamic beliefs that brook  no insult directed at the  prophet    The crisis offered fresh  impetus for Islamic mili  tants who have long plot  ted and carried out attacks  on Western targets     Egypt to  seek trial  for 8 linked  to film   By Sarah El Deeb   Associated Press    CAIRO   Egypts general  prosecutor issued arrest  warrants Tuesday for seven  Egyptian Coptic Christians  and a Florida based Ameri  can pastor  and referred  them to trial on charges  linked to an anti Islam  film that has sparked riots  across the Muslim world    The case is largely  symbolic since the seven  men and one woman are  believed to be outside of  Egypt and unlikely to travel  to the country to face the  charges  Instead  the pros  ecutors decision to take le  gal action appears aimed at  absorbing at least some of  the public anger over the  amateur film  which por  trays the Prophet Muham  mad as a fraud  womanizer  and buffoon    The prosecutors office  said in a statement that the  eight accused  who include  the films alleged maker   face charges of harming  national unity  insulting  and publicly attacking Is  lam and spreading false in  formation  The office said  they could face the death  penalty  if convicted    Their case has been  transferred to a criminal  court  but no date for the  trial has been set    Among those charged is  Nakoula Basseley Nakoula   an Egyptian Copt living in  Southern California and  believed to be behind the  film  Florida based Pas  tor Terry Jones  who has  said he was contacted by  the filmmaker to promote  the video  as well as Mor  ris Sadek  a conservative  Coptic Christian in the U S   who pushed the video on  his website  are also among  those charged                                                    6A  Wednesday  September 19 2012  the gleaner    AGING   Older drivers face confusing array of license laws     ASSOCIATED PRESS   Sandy and Jerry Wiseman pose in the driveway with one of their two cars  in Schaumburg  III   The Wisemans took refresher driving classes to help them stay safe behind the wheel for many  more years  More older drivers are on the road  and they face a hodgepodge of state licensing  rules that reflect scientific uncertainty and public angst over a growing question  How can we  tell if its time to give up the keys     By Lauran Neergaard   Associated Press    WASHINGTON Jerry Wise  man notices its harder to  turn and check his cars  blind spots at age 69 than  it was at 50  So the Illinois  man and his wife took a  refresher driving course   hunting tips to stay safe  behind the wheel for many  more years  a good idea  considering their state  has arguably the nations  toughest older driver laws    More older drivers are  on the road than ever be  fore  and an Associated  Press review found they  face a hodgepodge of state  licensing rules that reflect  scientific uncertainty and  public angst over a grow  ing question  How can we  tell if its time to give up  the keys    Thirty states plus the  District of Columbia have  some sort of older age  requirement for drivers  licenses  ranging from  more vision testing to  making seniors renew  their licenses more fre  quently than younger  people  At what age   Thats literally all over  the map  Maryland starts  eye exams at 40  Shorter  license renewals kick in  anywhere from age 59 in  Georgia to 85 in Texas    The issue attracted  new attention when  a 100 year old driver  backed over a group of  schoolchildren in Los  Angeles late last month   Thats a rarity  but with  an imminent surge in se  nior drivers  the federal  government is proposing  that all states take steps to  address what the National  Highway Traffic Safety  Administration calls the  real and growing problem  of older driver safety    Heres the conundrum   Birthdays dont kill   Health conditions do   said Joseph Coughlin   head of the Massachusetts  Institute of Technologys  AgeLab  which develops  technologies to help older  people stay active    Healthy older drivers  arent necessarily less  safe than younger ones   Coughlin points out  But  many older people have  health issues that can  impair driving  from ar  thritis to dementia  from  slower reflexes to the use  of multiple medications   Theres no easy screen  ing tool that licensing au  thorities can use to spot  people with subtle health  risks  So some states use  birthdays as a proxy for  more scrutiny instead    Senior driving is a  more complicated issue  than headline grabbing  tragedies might suggest   Older drivers dont crash  as often as younger ones   But they also drive less   About 60 percent of se  niors voluntarily cut back   avoiding nighttime driv  ing or interstates or bad  weather  said David Eby    of the University of Mich  igans Center for Advanc  ing Safe Transportation  throughout the Lifespan    Measure by miles  driven  however  and the  crash rate of older driv  ers begins to climb in the  70s  with a sharper jump  at age 80  according to  the Insurance Institute  for Highway Safety  Only  teens and 20 somethings  do worse    That rising risk reflects  the challenge for families  as they try to help older  loved ones stay safe but  still get around for as long  as possible  which itself is  important for health    The good news  Fatal  crashes involving seniors  have dropped over the  past decade  perhaps be  cause cars and roads are  safer or theyre staying a  bit healthier  said the In  surance Institutes Anne  McCartt    Yet the oldest drivers   those 85 and up  still have  the highest rate of deadly  crashes per mile  even  more than teens  More  often than not  theyre the  victims  largely because  theyre too frail to survive  their injuries    And seniors are about  to transform the nations  roadways  Today  nearly  34 million drivers are 65  or older  By 2030  federal  estimates show there  will be about 57 mil  lion  making up about  a quarter of all licensed  drivers  The baby boom  ers in particular are ex  pected to hang onto their  licenses longer  and drive  more miles  than previous  generations    Specialists say more se  niors need to be planning  ahead like Jerry Wiseman  and his wife Sandy    Absolutely we want to  be as good drivers as we  can possibly be for as long  as we can  said Wiseman     of Schaumburg  Ill    At an AARP course   Wiseman learned exer  cises to improve his flex  ibility for checking those  blind spots  He takes extra  care with left hand turns   which become riskier as  the ability to judge speed  and distance wanes with  age  He knows to watch  for other changes    Well be ready when  its time for one of us to  stop  he said       Where you live deter  mines what extra require  ments  if any  older adults  must meet to keep their  drivers license    Among the most strict  rules  Illinois requires a  road test to check driving  skills with every license  renewal starting at age  75  and starting at age  81  those renewals are re  quired every two years  instead of every four  At  87  Illinois drivers must  renew annually    In Washington  D C    starting at age 70  drivers  must bring a doctors cer  tification that theyre still  OK to drive every time  they renew their license    New Mexico requires  annual renewals at 75    Geographic variabil  ity makes little sense   said Jake Nelson  AAAs  director of traffic safety  advocacy and research   Either Im safe to drive  or Im not  Where I live  shouldnt matter  he said    Yet when Iowa drivers  turn 70  they must renew  their license every two  years instead of every  five  Neighboring Mis  souri lets the 70 year olds  renew every three years  instead of every six    Some states introduce  age requirements after  high profile accidents   Massachusetts now re  quires drivers to start re  newing licenses in person    at age 75  with proof of an  eye exam  The change  came after an 88 year old  driver struck and killed  a 4 year old crossing a  suburban Boston street  in 2009    This summer  the Na  tional Highway Traffic  Safety Administration  proposed a national  guideline for older driver  safety that  if finalized   would push states to be  come more consistent   Among the recommenda  tions  Every state needs a  program to improve old  er driver safety  doctors  should be protected from  lawsuits if they report a  possibly unsafe driver   and drivers licenses  should be renewed in  person after a certain age   tailored to each states  crash data    Still  many states say  their main focus should  be on inexperienced teen  drivers and problems  such as texting behind  the wheel    Teens are risk takers   Our older drivers are risk  avoiders  said Alabama  state Rep  Jim McClen  don  Alabama drivers re  new licenses every four  years  with no older age  requirements    New Hampshire last  year stopped requiring  road tests when 75 year   olds renewed their licens  es  The law was repealed  after an 86 year old leg  islator called it discrimi  natory    Its not the only state  worrying about age dis  crimination    You dont want to go  around and say  This  person is 85  Weve got  to take them off the road   That wouldnt be fair   said Assemblyman Da  vid Gantt of New York   where licenses last for  eight years    On the other side is    the family of a Baltimore  college student who died  last year after being run  over by an 83 year old  driver who turned into his  bike lane  Maryland next  month begins issuing li  censes that last longer   eight years instead of five    despite an emotional  appeal from the mother of  Nathan Krasnopoler that  thats too long for the old  est drivers    You should be look  ing at your drivers to be  sure theyre able to safely  drive  Theres plenty of  research that as we age   things do change and we  may not be aware of those  changes  said Susan Co  hen  who now is urging  Maryland officials to  study adding some form  of competency screening   in addition to the required  eye exams  to license re  newals    Do we have to lose a  20 year old with an in  credible future ahead of  him in order to determine  that this particular driver  shouldnt be driving  she  asked       Traffic challenges  change for older drivers   who are less likely than  younger ones to be in  crashes involving alcohol  or speeding  Instead  they  have more trouble with  intersections  making  left turns  and changing  lanes or merging  because  of gradual declines in vi  sion  reaction times and  other abilities  according  to the National Institutes  of Health    Scientists are hunting  screening tests to check  for such things as early  warning signs of cogni  tive problems that might  signal whos more at risk   But such screenings are a  long way from the local  license office    In a closely watched  pilot project  California  tried a three step screen  ing process to detect driv  ers who might need a road  test before getting their  licenses renewed  but  it didnt reduce crashes   sending researchers back  to the drawing board    Today  AAAs Nelson  said in person renewals  are the single most effec  tive thing states can do to  improve safety    Thats because work  ers in the drivers license  office can be trained to  look for signs of confu  sion or trouble walking as  people come in  two big  clues that they may have  trouble behind the wheel    and refer those drivers  for a road test or a medi  cal exam to see if theres  really a problem    Virginia  for example   lets even the oldest driv  ers hold a license for eight  years  but starting at 80  they must renew in per  son and pass an eye test   California has five year  renewals  and starting at  70 they must be in person    with both a written test  and eye check    Those eye tests can  make a difference  In  senior filled Florida   80 year olds renew their  licenses every six years  instead of every eight   with a vision check each  time  A study found high  way deaths among Flori  das older drivers dropped  17 percent after the vi  sion test was mandated  in 2003    How long between re  newals is best  Theres no  scientific consensus  but  Nelson recommends ev  ery four to six years    Another big key  Pro  grams that make it easy  for doctors  police and  family members to alert  licensing officials to pos  sibly unsafe drivers of any  age  so the experts can  investigate  But in states  that dont allow confiden  tial reporting  families in  particular hesitate in fear  of backlash if upset rela  tives learn who turned  them in    Utah adopted confiden  tial reporting in 2008 to  encourage more people to  report problematic driv  ers without the risk of  retaliation or repercus  sion  said Chris Caras  of Utahs Department of  Public Safety    Nor should the ques  tion be only whether  someone should drive  or not  Iowa is leading  a growing number of  states that customize  license restrictions to  allow people to stay on  the road under certain  conditions  People with  early stage Alzheimers  or Parkinsons disease   for instance  may quali  fy for a one year license   people with other health  conditions may be al  lowed to drive only dur  ing the day or within a  few miles of home    In California  older  drivers who fail a regular  road test sometimes get a  re test on familiar neigh  borhood roads to qualify  for a restricted license   State traffic researchers  expect demand for that  option to grow  and are  preparing to study if that  tailored testing really as  sures safety    Meanwhile  how can  people tell how they do  on the road     The University of  Michigan developed an  online self test to help  drivers detect safety  changes  http   um saf   erdriving org      AAA and AARP of  fer websites with similar  tools and links to driving  courses  http   senior   driving aaa com  and  http   www aarp org   home garden transpor   tation driversafety    But ultimately  the  only way you can assess  any driver at any age is to  sit in the seat next to them  and watch them drive   said Coughlin     3   o   H   S3   O    EVERYTHING  IS LINKED    Sebree Works   Aluminum   A solid partner for Western Kentucky     2 S   H0M   etcd4      s   i   sebreeworks com                                 the gleaner if Wednesday  September 19 2012  7A    HEALTH    In South  ticks  spread serious  diseases other  than Lyme   By Kristi L  Nelson   Scripps Howard News Service    KNOXVILLE  Tenn    If a   tick bites you  save it in a  vial of alcohol or in your  freezer  It might be carry  ing an organism that can  make you sick later   and  depending on where  you are  not necessarily  with the disease youre  thinking of    Thats the conclusion  of a pair of scientists  who studied 25 000 ticks  that had been on people   and thousands more in  the wild    Graham Hickling  di  rector of the University  of Tennessees Center  for Wildlife Health  and  Ellen Stromdahl  a Mary  land based entomologist  with the Army Institute  of Public Health  co  wrote the study  Beyond  Lyme  Aetiology of Tick   borne Human Diseases  with Emphasis on the  South Eastern United  States  published Sept   7 in a special issue of the  journal Zoonoses and  Public Health    Hickling said the  study is the first to  make a state by state  comparison of which  ticks bite people  In the  North  he said  its usu  ally the blacklegged tick   or deer tick  which car  ries the bacteria thought  to cause Lyme disease    But in the South   Hickling said  the black  legged tick in its nymph   al stage  the life stage  its in during summer   when more people are  bitten  tends to seek  out cold blooded hosts   such as lizards  rather  than warm blooded   such as mice  or hu  mans    The Lone Star tick is  another story    Though its not  thought to spread Lyme   it can infect humans  with at least six other  serious illnesses  includ  ing tularaemia  spot  ted fever rickettsiosis   formerly called Rocky  Mountain Spotted Fever   and ehrlichiosis  which  has been on the rise in  the South for several  years    This year  for exam  ple  Tennessee has re     HOME DAY CARE   Mon Fri 6 30 am 5 45 pm   Ages 12 mo  to 4 years    Meals provided   Breakfast  Lunch  Snack   Christian Academic school  readiness curriculum       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older  people and people whose  immune systems are  compromised    Hickling wonders if   with media saturation  about Lyme disease   Southerners are not  worried enough about  the other tick borne  illnesses theyre much  more likely to get    Though avid outdoors  enthusiasts may identify  the adult female Lone  Star tick by its white  spot  males and nymphs  are not as easily distin  guished  he said    The Lone Star tick is  aggressive in all stages   he said  and he and his  team regularly collect  Lone Star ticks that test  positive for disease   causing pathogens    Even medical profes  sionals may be over  looking the obvious  he  said    The study mentions  a survey of 36 East  Tennessee health care  providers that found  62 percent said their  knowledge of ehrlichio  sis was weak or non  existent  two thirds said  they wouldnt ordinarily  think of testing for tick   borne illness  and a third  said they wouldnt think  of identifying the type of  tick to help make a diag  nosis  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cals  vaccinations  immunizations and  screenings    Urgent care clinics can do more  treat  ing broken bones and allergic reactions   taking blood and X rays  Many have physi  cians on staff    Both usually have longer hours than  physicians offices  and see patients strictly  on a walk in basis  meaning theres no  need to wait two days for an appointment  slot to come open or to get a prescription  for an eye infection    Together  they draw millions of patients  a week and have become an increasingly  important piece of the American health  care system  said Ateev Mehrotra  health  policy analyst at the Rand Corp  and as  sistant professor at the University of Pitts  burgh School of Medicine  Hes co written    about a dozen studies on retail medicine  in recent years    If you were sick 20 years ago  you could  go to your doctors office or go to the emer  gency department  Mehrotra said  Today   he said  the market is seeing so many dif  ferent options that are opening up for pa  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said    Even though this is de  signed to give children the  services they need  its not  a soft on crime measure   Its a smart on crime mea  sure  The juveniles that  are dangerous are going  to be going to court    The majority of trou  bled kids  however  those  who dont pose a danger   will be getting counseling  or other services  Gold  said  Theyre going to get  the help they need before  they end up in court  He  described the program as  a type of triage nurse      to help get that child to the  right destination    Other matters before  the court Tuesday includ  ed    Park ordinance  The   court delayed first read  ing of a proposed park or  dinance because Judge ex  ecutive Hugh McCormick  said county officials want  to try to work on it a little  longer to better address  such things as special  events in county parks    Foundation money  The  court passed a resolution  providing  100 000 in coal  severance tax funds to act  as seed money for the  Community Foundation  of Henderson County  A  lot of communities are do  ing this because grants are  drying up  McCormick  said    Track hoe  The court  agreed to spend  19 950 to  buy a used track hoe from  Keith Berry to be used  in tight places that the  Gradall cant get in  Mc  Cormick said    Constitution Week  The  court passed a proclama  tion naming this as Con  stitution Week  marking  the 225th anniversary of  adoption of the U S  Con  stitution  for members of  the Gen  Samuels Hopkins  Chapter of the Daughters  of the American Revolu  tion  A special program  about the Constitution  will be presented at 10 a m   today in the fiscal court  meeting room     COUNTY   from 1A    and next  but those num  bers are down in the 500s  or 400s now  And they just  keep dropping    Consequently  he said   the latest state estimate  was that the county would  be  380 000 or  390 000  short if did all the projects  planned for this year  And  it would leave the county  with no reserves of coal  severance tax funds  which  the county has tradition  ally maintained over the  past two decades to build  infrastructure  Since 1994  the county has always kept     400 000 or  500 000 of  coal severance tax money  in reserve for emergencies  or so it would be prepared  to jump if an industry ex  pressed interest    I think we have to keep  that  McCormick said   I dont want to get us to  where we dont have any  thing to work with  Its just  going to slow our process  down a little bit on what  we wanted to do at the  park  But weve got to man  age the dollars  we dont  want to dig a hole that we  cant get out of    The state had allocated   815 000 for use this year  at Sandy Watkins Park   more than McCormick    had requested  but with  coal severance receipts  down that amount is be  ing trimmed drastically   McCormick said he had  wanted to run electric  ity to the backside of the  park at about  200 000  and a water line at about   100 000  but were just  simply going to put those  projects on hold    We will continue to  work on our park system  for the county  but were  going to have to scale  back what were doing   Were not going to be able  to do as much as we had  intended    Other work at the park  is being done in house    High end work     MIKE LAWRENCE THE GLEANER    Scott Sherrard  left  and Brad Keen  with JDH Contracting out of Indianapolis  lower a bag of  equipment while working Tuesday atop the 155 foot tall AT T cell phone tower under con  struction behind Big Lots on Second Street in Henderson     ZONING   from 1A    it seems unfair to him   Weve got to be care  ful we dont discriminate  one area over another   We dont really need the  zones  Pruitt said  advo  cating providing the same  business incentives to all  areas    Commissioner Mike  Farmer took another  point of view  Perhaps we  should narrow our focus   he said  advocating setting  up only a single opportu  nity zone  Were talking  about developing our com  munity  not necessarily    incentivizing businesses   This is not a business pro  gram  this is a community  program    As the discussion pro  ceeded Pruitt got into a  wrangle with Farmer and  Commissioner Robby  Mills after Pruitt said they  were being inconsistent in  approving the tax assess  ment moratorium city wide  earlier this year  yet want  ing to limit other business  incentives  You should  have been worried about  that back when you were  giving away the farm   Pruitt said    Were way off the sub  ject  Austin said as the  threes argument morphed    into accusations about  who had the best meeting  attendance    Here are the areas  where there seemed to be  consensus among the com  mission    Synergy group  The   group  which will inform  each supporting agency  of the opportunities and  tools available for busi  nesses  was instructed to  continue its progress    One stop  Assistant City  Manager William Buzzy  Newman recommended  the city have a liaison per  son to help developers by  eliminating the surprises   We hold their hand and  help them along the way     Utility deposits  Down  town Henderson Partner  ship Director Beth Strawn  asked the commission to  allow utility deposits in  the central business dis  trict to be waived if the  anticipated monthly bill  is less than  1 000  Farm  er suggested allowing the  business landlord to co  sign for utilities  which  would accomplish the  same thing    That leaves a little bit  of risk on the building  owner  Mills pointed out   But Commissioner Alan  Taylor pointed out the  owner would be getting a  more marketable building  to rent     Half avoid taxes  get help  many not poor    By Alan Fram   Associated Press    WASHINGTON   Mitt Romney got the  math about right  But when he said  47 percent of Americans pay no in  come taxes and are dependent on  government  he blurred together  half or more of the entire country   ranging from the nations neediest  to its middle class  and even some of  its richest families    Forty six percent of the countrys po  tential taxpayers  some 76 million  paid no federal income taxes last year   according to a study by the Tax Policy  Center    While its true most of those non  payers are poor  the numbers include  many others who got tax breaks be  cause they are old  have children in    college or didnt owe taxes on inter  est from state and local bonds  And  of those who didnt write checks to  the IRS  6 in 10 still paid Social Secu  rity and Medicare payroll taxes  and  more than that paid federal excise  taxes on items such as gasoline  al  cohol and cigarettes  said Roberton  Williams  who analyzes taxes at the  center    On the spending side  150 million  people  just under half the country   received benefits last year from  one or more federal programs  ac  cording to the Census Bureau    A look at just the four biggest pro  grams shows how varied their often   overlapping recipients can be  There  were 50 million collecting Social Se  curity and 46 million getting Medicare  health coverage for the elderly  pro    grams that pay everyone regardless  of their income  Eighty million were  living in households getting Medicaid  medical coverage  and 48 million were  in families receiving food stamps   which are limited to the poor    Combined  those numbers belie  a political point that Romney  the  Republican presidential candidate   was making when he spoke at a se  cretly recorded Florida fundraiser  in May    Some 47 percent  he said  will  vote for the president no matter  what  But thats not so for the el  derly  who favored Romney over  President Barack Obama 52 percent  to 42 percent in an Associated Press   GfK poll last month  and it wouldnt  be true for millions of middle class  or wealthy voters either     with what materials come  to hand in an effort to cut  costs    But McCormick reas  sured the public that oth  er projects to be funded  with coal money will go  forward as planned  Colo  nels 2 College is getting   100 000 each of the next  three years  he said  Its  too important to the com  munity  Tell me a more  important infrastructure  than educating our young  people  The same ratio  nale holds for coal miner  certification training at  Henderson Community  College    And Henderson Fiscal  Court is still committed to    SARATOGA   from 1A    clubhouse for the installa  tion of 187 instant racing  machines  which resem  ble slot machines  The  electronic gaming parlor  opened Aug  31 and oper  ates seven days a week  along with simulcasting    Eventually  plans call  for 252 of the electronic  gaming machines to be in  place    Ellis Park is a 90 year   old racetrack steeped  in racing tradition and  revered throughout the  country  Dan Gerrity   president of Saratoga Har  ness Racing  said in a state  ment  Their commitment    improving county land on  Dr  Hodge Road at Baskett  as a functional park  and  the county is still forging  ahead on a new recycling  center  although bids for  the building came in high  er than anticipated    The judge executive  noted he has been pre  dicting this type of trouble  since the first of May  The  markets bad on coal right  now  And when youre not  mining the coal  youre  not creating the coal sev  erance dollars that we al  ways have  Weve seen this  coming  The last quarter  was bad and this quarter  is worse  And the outlooks  not good     to both Kentucky horse  racing and their local com  munity is to be applauded  and we look forward to  helping expand upon what  is already a long and sto  ried history    The expansion of the fa  cility also brings plans for  a new casual dining eatery  based on Saratogas Lucky  Joes  A large new bar that  has opened on the ground  floor of the clubhouse  will be incorporated into  Lucky Joes  according to  Rita Cox senior vice presi  dent marketing of Saratoga  Casino and Raceway  That  bar area also features tele  vision screens for watch  ing simulcast racing and  other sporting events      S We will inherit a solid man   W w agement team there as  well as assuming the capability of  providing trust services through  out our market area    Dr  Thomas Logan  Bank of Henderson Chairman    BANK   from 1A    will be overseeing certain  functions there    The Bank of Henderson  reported total assets as of  June 30 of  77 9 million  and net income in 2011 of   1 3 million    Harrison Deposit Banks  assets totaled  50 2 million  as of June 30 while net in  come last year amounted  to  439 000    The Bank of Henderson  opened in March 2000 as  Henderson National Bank   It adopted its current name  in 2008 when it switched  to a state banking charter    It began expanding its  slate of financial services  in 2009 when it formed a  partnership with Hilliard  Lyons to offer investment  services to customers  and    subsequently acquired  Latta Insurance Inc  agen  cy    Harrison Deposit Bank  was established in 1901    We are indeed fortu  nate to achieve expansion  through the acquisition  of a 100 year old commu  nity bank  with a long his  tory of financial strength  and success  Logan and  Sights said in their joint  statement    We will inherit a solid  management team there  as well as assuming the  capability of providing  trust services through  out our market area  We  are excited about the  opportunity of growing  our footprint into an im  portant economic area of  Kentucky  while expand  ing our service offerings  to our current customers   they said      MIKE LAWRENCE THE GLEANER    Louisville songwriter and musician John Gage engages stu  dents with folk songs at Tuesdays Audubon Arts and Music  Fest     AUDUBON   from 1A    14  a freshman at Hender  son County High School   She added that she has  two T shirts from a previ  ous time at the festival that  she still wears to this day    Junior Justin Evans   16  said it was so far  so  good  His favorite part of  the day was being able to  work on the potters wheel   but he also enjoyed the  story telling  which was  another segment of the  festival    Its awesome  Julie  ONan  a special needs  teacher at County High  said of the entire event   Students always look for  ward to it  They stay en  gaged  and we just love it    Thats what had music  therapist Gina Thompson  and Louisville musician  John Gage still so enthusi  astic even after everyone  broke for lunch    They are not passively    sitting there  Gage said   Especially with these kids  who have disabilities  its  important to engage their  whole body  mind and spir  it  and music does that    Thompson  a Spottsville  resident who volunteered  her services as a music  therapist  said some of the  students are autistic  and  its really hard for them to  get outside of themselves    Even kids that are in  wheelchairs  they can  participate and not feel  left out  she added  This  is not about disabilities  Its  about their abilities  Thats  what music therapy is   its giving them a feeling of  success    Roughly 180 students  and faculty attended Tues  days event  which contin  ues today and Thursday    A total of 450 to 500  students and faculty from  Henderson  Webster   Union and Daviess school  districts are scheduled to  attend the program this  week                                     Terrific Tide  They say  that no team is unbeatable   They apparently havent  seen the Alabama Crimson  Tide play recently  3B     Peyton  Decisions were the problem     Manning says health no factor  in three lst quarter interceptions    Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is sacked by Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle  Vance Walker  99  as guard Manny Ramirez  65  attempts to block during the first half of their  NFL game on Monday night in Atlanta  The Falcons beat the Broncos 27 21      DAVID GOLDMAN ASSOCIATED PRESS    By Eddie Pells   Associated Press    ENGLEWOOD  Colo    Even  while he was trying to  tamp down expectations   Peyton Manning couldnt  have envisioned this scene  playing out    Three times  the Bron  cos quarterback dropped  back to pass  Three times   he threw into a seam near  the numbers down the  right side of the field    Three times  a defensive  back followed Mannings  eyes  cut over and turned  whatever small opening  the quarterback had seen  into an interception    All that in the first quar  ter alone  Those early in  terceptions against Atlanta  on Monday night matched  the most turnover riddled  quarter of football Man  ning has played in his 15   year career  They put Den  ver into too big of a hole to  dig out of in what turned  into a 27 21 loss    Asked after the game  if the interceptions had  more to do with his surgi    cally repaired neck or his  decision making  Manning  wasted no time    Decision making  he  said    But there was some zip  missing on some of those in  termediate distance passes  and there were a few wob  blers mixed in there  as well   including on his lone touch  down pass  to Demaryius  Thomas near the end of the  first half    Coach John Fox said  Manning was not on the in  jury report when the team  returned home Tuesday   Certainly  though  the Bron  cos would love to avoid put  ting him in these situations  on a regular basis    Faced with the early  deficit and forced to drop  back to pass 40 times   Manning was sacked three  of those times and hit six  more  including once when  Falcons linebacker John  Abraham grabbed the in  side of the back of his jer  sey and yanked him down  from behind    Manning finished 24 for  37 for 241 yards with a touch    down and three intercep  tions  His quarterback rat  ing  58 5  Clearly not what  the Broncos were thinking  when they landed the most  coveted free agent in the his  tory of the league    Really  three poor de  cisions  three throws into  coverage  Manning said   I just have to be able to  eliminate those     He did  of course  settle  down and rally the Bron  cos to within a score at the  end    Not surprising  then   that unlike last season   when Kyle Orton and Tim  Tebow were the Broncos  starters  this bad perfor  mance isnt triggering  a full scale analysis of  whats right and wrong    with the quarterback po  sition in Denver  at least  not from the coach    I think theres a couple  of throws hed like to have  back or maybe to have  gone a different direction   Fox said  But when you  have that job title as quar  terback  its not any easy  job  for sure  But it wasnt  about one guy     Indeed  the Broncos had  other problems    Willis McGahees lost  fumble with 2 seconds left  in the first quarter made  the Broncos the first team  since Oct  13 2002  to lose  four turnovers in the open  ing 15 minutes    Denver committed 10  penalties for 96 yards  not  all of which can be blamed  on replacement officials  who suffered through a  poor night and oversaw  a first half that ran nearly  two hours    Manning  not surpris  ingly  shouldered the  blame for his poor start  in this  his first road game  since Dec  26 2010    It marked only the sec  ond time he had thrown  three interceptions in the  first quarter of a game  the  first came Nov  11 2007  on  a rain drenched night in  San Diego  where a Man  ning comeback came up  short in a 23 21 loss  Man  ning also threw three in  terceptions in the fourth  quarter of a 2000 game  against New England    Each turnover has its  own story that no one re  ally wants to hear  he said   Ive just got to take care of  the ball better     Cols lead in Tri County Cup     DARRIN PHEGLEY THE GLEANER    Henderson Countys Quinn Thomas chips a shot onto the fourth green during the Colonels  match with Union County and Webster County at the Henderson Country Club on Tuesday      Henderson  up by one shot  over Union Co    Gleaner staff    Henderson County  took a one point lead over  Union County after Tues  days first round of the Tri   County Cup at Henderson  Country Club    The three area teams are  squaring off in a Ryder Cup   style two day match play  competition as the golfers  prepare for next weeks re  gional tournament    With twosomes playing  alternate shot format on  Tuesday  Henderson Coun  ty totaled five points and  Union County four  Web  ster County didnt score in  Tuesdays competition    The Tri County Cup  will resume Thursday at  Breckinridge Golf and  Country Club in Morgan   field with singles play    Today  Henderson  County will host Han  cock County at Henderson  Country Club    GIRLS GOLF   MADISONVILLE  Abbey Zeh   ner shot a 41 to lead Hender  son County to a dual match  victory over Hopkins Cen  tral Tuesday at Madisonville  Country Club    The Lady Colonels  picked up a 42 from Taylor  Church and a pair of 44s  from Holly Bumpus and  Delaney Johnson    The team will close out  the regular season Thurs  day against Madisonville at   Henderson Country Club    Henderson Co   171   Abbey Zehner  41  Taylor Church 42  Holly Bumpus 44   Delaney Johnson 44  Summer Newsome  48  Mercedes Lane 54    GIRLS SOCCER   HOPKINSVILLE  Henderson  County won an offensive  shootout with University  Heights Tuesday  7 4    Maddie Gish  Addison  Bradley and Christin Poole  scored two goals apiece for    the Lady Colonels  5 6 2    Julia Mathews added the  other goal    Our passing was as  good as you could ask for   Henderson County coach  Doc DeWitt said  Our of  fense played as well as we  have all year  Our defense  was off  but they were a re  ally fast team     This was a good win  for us  Were playing a lot  better since we got players  back from injuries  We are  coming together as a team   and playing like we were  back before the injuries    Hannah Buley  Gish  and Poole each had two  assists apiece for Hender  son County  which will    host Evansville Reitz on  Saturday beginning with  the junior varsity match  at 10 a m    UHA won Tuesdays JV  match 4 3  Elizabeth Blan   ford had two goals for the  Lady Colonels and Darby  ONan had one  Hannah  Jones and Maggie Hendrix  had an assist apiece     Smith  Hargrove visit NFL for talks on bounties    The Associated Press    NEW YORK  Will Smith and  Anthony Hargrove met with  NFL Commissioner Roger  Goodell on Tuesday about  the Saints bounty scandal  and Scott Fujitas meeting  was postponed    Fujita  now with the    Cleveland Browns  is un  dergoing treatment for an  injured left knee which he  hurt during the preseason  and couldnt come to New  York  the NFLPA said    NFL spokesman Greg  Aiello said the players left  the NFL offices around  4 p m  EDT  about three    hours after they arrived   Smith and Hargrove did  not make themselves  available to reporters    Fujita requested a video  conference but the league re  jected that idea  NFL officials  wanted face to face meetings  and plan to reschedule a ses  sion with the linebacker     The players had to meet  with Goodell after the sus  pensions he placed on them  were lifted by an appeals  panel  Fujita  Smith  Har  grove and Jonathan Vilma  were penalized by Goodell  for their roles in the New  Orleans bounty program   which ran from 2009 11     Gators Driskel draws  Tebow comparisons  with his superb start    By Mark Long   Associated Press    GAINESVILLE  Fla    Quar  terback Jeff Driskel wasnt  even sure he would play in  Floridas season opener    Three weeks later   he has locked down the  starting job  been named  the Southeastern Confer  ences offensive player of  the week and drawn com  parisons to Tim Tebow    Yes  that Tebow    Driskel made significant  strides while winning both  starts  at Texas A M  and at Tennessee  and  showed why the 14th   ranked Gators  3 0  2 0  SEC  picked him over Ja  coby Brissett following the  season opener    He has completed 71  percent of his passes for  495 yards  with three  touchdowns and no turn  overs  heading into Satur  days game against Ken  tucky  1 2   He also has 113  yards rushing  creating as  many big plays with his  feet as his right arm    Hes grown up tremen  dously in the past couple  weeks  offensive lineman  Kyle Koehne said  You  could tell last week he was  more comfortable sitting  in the pocket and checking  his reads and stuff  I just  think every week hes go  ing to keep getting better  and better    His coaches agree    Hes just starting to  see the whole picture  of  fensive coordinator Brent  Pease said  Hes under  standing what defenses  are doing to him  how the  moving parts are going to  take place at the snap of  the ball   His  anticipation  is much better    Before  he might have  been waiting for things to  happen  hoping for his re  ceivers to get there  Now   hes seeing his receivers  get open  knowing what  zones theyre getting into   seeing the man matchups  before they actually hap  pen    Coach Will Muschamp  said he always felt like  Driskel had the potential  to be successful  But prov  ing it on the field  especial  ly on the road in the SEC  is  easier said than done    Driskel  though  has  made progress in every  game this season      WADE PAYNE ASSOCIATED PRESS    Florida quarterback Jeff  Driskel will lead the un  defeated Gators against  Kentucky on Saturday    Coming off the bench in  the opener  he completed  10 of 16 passes for 114 yards  and a touchdown  He  looked uncertain at times   but settled down late and  found Frankie Hammond  on a 50 yard  catch and   run play that sealed the  victory    Muschamp named  Driskel the starter two  days later  and the follow  ing week against the Ag  gies  the sophomore com  pleted 13 of 16 for 162 yards   It wasnt all pretty  though    Driskel was sacked eight  times in that one  and the  coaches blamed him for six  of them  He vowed to have  been pocket presence last  week in Knoxville and did   completing 14 of 20 pass  es for 219 yards and two  scores  He also ran for 81  yards in the 37 20 victory   earning the leagues of  fensive player of the week  honor    He had several key  plays  none more memo  rable than the 23 yard  TD pass to Jordan Reed  near the end of the third  quarter  Driskel had two  defenders in his face  but  still managed to hit Reed  in stride while throwing  off his back foot    Comparisons to Tebow  were inevitable  especially  with success  But Driskel  is smart enough to steer  clear of those for now    Ive definitely heard  those comparisons   Driskel said  Even back in  high school  just because  of our body size and the  way we can run the ball   Its nice to be compared   but I wouldnt go that far  and say I try to be like him  or watch his film and try  to be like him  But I guess  we do play similar styles                                          2B  Wednesday  September 19 2012  the gleaner    SPORTS    Briefs    49ers now first  in power rankings    Lohse  Cards shut down Astros    NEW YORK  The San Fran  cisco 49ers have taken  over the top spot in the AP  Pro32 power rankings fol  lowing their victory over  the Detroit Lions  The  New England Patriots fell  to seventh after a surpris  ing home loss to Arizona    In the second AP Pro32  regular season poll  re  leased Tuesday  the 12 me  dia members who regularly  cover the NFL were nearly  unanimous in moving the  unbeaten 49ers up one  notch to No  1  San Francisco  received 11 first place votes  and 383 points  Houston  moved up two spots to sec  ond with one first place vote  and 360 points  eight points  ahead of Green Bay    Atlanta is fourth  fol  lowed by Baltimore and  Philadelphia  which im  proved six places from last  week    Campbell having  nerve treatment   AUSTIN  Texas  NFL Hall of  Famer Earl Campbell said  Tuesday he is undergo  ing nerve treatment after  doctors ruled out concerns  that he might have Lou  Gehrigs disease    Campbell  57  will re  ceive treatment and test  ing in Austin this weekend  aimed at trying to trigger  the nerves a little faster   said Tyler Campbell  his  son  He said his father was  otherwise doing well but  acknowledged the process  will affect the former Heis   man Trophy winners recent  physical rehabilitation to  move around quicker    Earl Campbell  who uses  a walker  underwent knee  surgery last year and has  other health problems from  a punishing football career  spent as one of the games  great power running backs    White apologizes  forpoor behavior   NASHVILLE  Tenn    Two   time Olympic snow  boarding champion Shaun  White has apologized for  the unwise choices he  made that left him facing  charges of public intoxica  tion and vandalism    Police responded to the  Loews Vanderbilt Hotel in  Nashville  Tenn   at 2 a m   Sunday  A drunken man  identified as White pulled  a fire alarm  forcing the ho  tel to evacuate all guests   An employee also reported  seeing White destroy a ho  tel phone    The 26 year old snow  board star said Tuesday he  was celebrating a happy oc  casion with a ton of family  and friends and got carried  away  Im truly sorry for my  poor behavior    Escobar suspended  three games for slur   NEW YORK   Toronto  shortstop Yunel Escobar  was suspended for three  games Tuesday by the Blue  Jays for wearing eye black  displaying a homophobic  slur written in Spanish  during a game last week  end against Boston    Escobar apologized to  his team and to all those  who have been offended  for what he said was meant  to be just a joke    It was not something I  intended to be offensive   he said through a transla  tor  It was not anything  intended to be directed at  anyone in particular    Cards anticipate  breaking ground   ST  LOUIS   The St  Lou  is Cardinals anticipate  breaking ground on Ball  park Village  long delayed  by the economic down  turn  in mid November    The  100 million first  phase of the development  is scheduled for comple  tion by opening day in  2014  The announcement  Tuesday followed approval  by the Missouri Develop  ment Finance Board  one  of the final steps in the ap  proval process    Team president William  DeWitt III called it a sig  nificant milestone in a long  journey to make Ballpark  Village a reality     Wire reports     JEFF ROBERSON ASSOCIATED PRESS    The Houston Astros Justin Maxwell  left  is tagged out by St  Louis Cardinals shortstop Pete  Kozma while trying to steal second during the fourth inning on Tuesday night in St  Louis      Reds win   reduce magic  number to 4   Wire reports    Kyle Lohse threw seven  scoreless innings for his  15th victory and contrib  uted an RBI double as the  St  Louis Cardinals beat  the Houston Astros 4 1  Tuesday night to stay in  front for the second NL  wild card    Fernando Abad  0   5  had a career best six  strikeouts in the Astros  100th loss  Theyre 8 8  this month under interim  manager Tony DeFrances   co and need nine wins in  the final 14 games to avoid  topping last seasons fran  chise record 106 losses    Daniel Descalso got a  key early RBI and Jon Jay  had two hits and two RBIs  for the Cardinals  coming  off a 2 5 trip but with a fa  vorable upcoming sched  ule with the next eight  against lowly Houston and  Chicago  With 14 games to  play the defending World  Series champions are V  2  games ahead of the Dodg  ers  rained out at Washing  ton  and 2 2 games ahead  of the Brewers     Reds 3  Cubs 1  Hom  er Bailey pitched effective  ly into the eighth inning   Ryan Hanigan hit a three   run double and the Cincin  nati Reds beat the Chicago  Cubs 3 1 on Tuesday night  to move closer to the NL  Central title    The Reds Dusty Baker  managed his 3 000th ma    jor league game  and Cin  cinnati reduced its magic  number to four over the  Cardinals to clinch the  division    Bailey  12 9  took a two   hit shutout into the eighth  before Darwin Barney  had his second single of  the night and pinch hitter  Bryan LaHair hit an RBI  double to make it 3 1  Sean  Marshall then came in  and hit pinch hitter Dave  Sappelt before getting a  strikeout and grounder to  end the threat     Marlins 4  Braves 3   Jose Reyes hit a two out  RBI single in the 10th in  ning Tuesday night  and  the Miami Marlins over  came an awful ninth in  ning to snap the Atlanta  Braves four game win  ning streak with a 4 3 vic  tory     With one out in the 10th   pinch hitter Rob Brantly  was walked by Cory Ge   arrin  0 1   and Gorkys  Hernandez was hit by a  pitch  Following a strike  out  Reyes hit a blooper  that fell in front of a div  ing Jason Heyward in right  field  and Brantly scored  without a play    Atlanta lost to Miami for  only the fourth time in 14  meetings    The Braves rallied from  a 3 0 deficit in the ninth to  tie the game on an RBI  single by Dan Uggla and  a two run double by Brian  McCann off Mike Dunn to  tie the score     Brewers 6  Pirates 0   Yovani Gallardo gave up  just two hits over 6 2 3 in  nings and the surging Mil  waukee Brewers dropped  the weary Pittsburgh Pi    rates 6 0 on Tuesday night    Gallardo  16 8  struck  out six and walked four  to win his eighth straight  decision as Milwaukee  moved in front of fading  Pittsburgh in the jumbled  National League wild card  race  The teams entered  the day 21 2 games back of  the Cardinals  who played  Houston later    Ryan Braun had two  hits  drove in a run and  stole three bases for the  Brewers  who have won  six of seven     Tigers 12  Athletics  2  Miguel Cabrera hom   ered twice  including an  eighth inning grand slam   and the Detroit Tigers had  no trouble overcoming an  early injury to right hand  er Max Scherzer in a 12 2  rout of the Oakland Ath  letics on Tuesday night     Cabrera matched a ca  reer high with six RBIs  and now has 40 homers  on the season  also a ca  reer best  Prince Fielder  and Jhonny Peralta added  home runs for the Tigers   who were three games  behind the first place Chi  cago White Sox in the AL  Central coming into the  night     White Sox 3  Royals   2  Gavin Floyd pitched sev  en crisp innings  Alex Rios  hit a tiebreaking homer in  the seventh and the Chi  cago White Sox beat the  Kansas City Royals 3 2  on Tuesday night for their  fifth consecutive win    Alejandro De Aza and  Gordon Beckham also  went deep for AL Central  leading Chicago  which  maintained a three game  advantage over Detroit     Red Sox 7  Rays 5  Fe  lix Doubront limited Tam  pa Bays sputtering offense  to one hit over six innings  and the Boston Red Sox  rallied for a 7 5 victory that  dealt another blow to the  Rays fading playoff hopes  on Tuesday    Jacoby Ellsbury  Dustin  Pedroia  James Loney  Jar   rod Saltalamacchia and  Ryan Lavarnway drove in  runs for the Red Sox  who  beat their AL East rivals  for the second straight  night     Twins 6  Indians 5    Darin Mastroianni scored  the go ahead run from sec  ond base on an infield hit  in a two run 12th inning  and the Minnesota Twins  beat Cleveland 6 4 on  Tuesday night  tying the  Indians for fourth place  in the AL Central     Southern Cal still shocked by  first setback  but moving on    By Greg Beacham   Associated Press    LOS ANGELES   Matt Bark  ley and his Southern Cali  fornia teammates spent  the past couple of months  reminding each other not  to get consumed by all the  praise being thrown their  way    Now Barkley is spend  ing this week making sure  the Trojans dont get dis  tracted by disappointment  after their season got de  railed at Stanford  and  hes got to start with him  self    I wasnt expecting that  was going to happen this  year  Barkley said Tues  day after another early   morning practice    Three days after their  21 14 loss  No  13 USC  still cant quite believe  how quickly its imperfec  tions were exposed  The  Trojans  2 1  0 1 Pac 12   strenuously avoided buy  ing into the hype around  their comeback season  from a two year postsea  son ban  yet they returned  to practice determined to  prove theyre still better  than the struggling team  that lost to Stanford yet  again and plummeted 11  spots in the rankings    Barkley was crushed  after the game  his senior  season getting off to a start     MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ ASSOCIATED PRESS    Southern California quarter  back Matt Barkley  right  is  sacked by Stanford lineback  er Trent Murphy on Saturday   Stanford upset USC 21 14    he never expected  Yet  Barkleys determination  to grow as a leader forced  him to find a mature per  spective on the loss  Its  only September  after all   and the Trojans dreams of  major postseason success  are very much alive    Still  it stings  even three  days later    The shock behind  that  I wasnt expecting to  happen  Barkley said  I  learned a lot from a defeat  like that  You learn to come  back the next day and to  be the voice that we need   Youve got to make sure its  a quick turnaround    And Barkley realizes the  spotlight will be directed  squarely at his offense   which improbably was  shut out in the second half     USCs stars produced  thoroughly pedestrian  numbers  and the offensive  line deserves much of the  blame after looking over  matched against the Car  dinal  Barkley went 20 for  41 with two interceptions   while Marqise Lee had  eight catches for 100 yards   but didnt score  Silas Redd  scored two touchdowns  with just 17 yards rushing   and Curtis McNeal ran for  only 37 yards    Were a little bit in  shock  said All American  receiver Robert Woods   who had just four catches  for 38 yards against Stan  ford  But our defense  played well  Weve just  got to produce on offense   Thats our job  Our team  spirits are still high  We  know we can bounce back  and play well    The Trojans must patch  their struggling offensive  line in time to face Califor  nia at the Coliseum on Sat  urday  so coach Lane Kiffin  has re opened competi  tion for Aundrey Walkers  starting job at left tackle    Kiffin had strong words  for Barkley after the game   saying the senior had made  some bad decisions  but re  served his strongest criti  cism for the line that was  missing injured Khaled  Holmes  its senior center  and leader     Cutler says he was wrong  to shove teammate Webb    By Andrew Seligman   Associated Press    CHICAGO   Chicago Bears  quarterback Jay Cutler ac  knowledged Tuesday that  he was wrong to shove  teammate JMarcus Webb  on the sideline during  the loss at Green Bay last  week    He has no second  thoughts about yelling at  him  however    I probably shouldnt  have bumped him  Ill go  with that  Cutler told  WMVP AM in Chicago   As far as me yelling at him  and trying to get him go  ing in the game  I dont re  gret that  I shouldnt have  bumped him  Ill stick to  that    Cutler drew widespread  attention for berating and  bumping Webb  the start  ing left tackle  on the side  line and for making some  pointed postgame com  ments after the 23 10 loss  to the Packers on Thurs  day  National analysts such  as Terry Bradshaw and Bill  Cowher spoke out  and so  did Bears defensive back  D J  Moore this week  say  ing the quarterback was  wrong to go after Webb  like that    Cutler looked great in a  season opening blowout  over Indianapolis  find  ing new receiver Brandon  Marshall often  but it was    a different story last week   He threw four intercep  tions and got sacked seven  times  an all too familiar  sight for a quarterback  who took a beating the  previous two years under  former offensive coordina  tor Mike Martz  His tirade  against Webb and lack of  remorse he showed in  the postgame interview  brought back questions  about his leadership and  demeanor    As for why the outburst  happened at that particu  lar moment  Cutler wasnt  sure    I cant put a definite  reason why it happened   he said  It happened  Its  an emotional game  I put  a lot into playing quarter  back  and I take it serious  ly  Its just one of the things  that happened during the  game  Since then  weve  talked about it  and its re  ally behind us    Cutler discussed the  incident with the powers  that be and with the line  men individually  Did he  apologize to Webb    Thats between me  and JMarcus  Cutler said   Weve talked  Its in the  past  Were moving on   Hes our left tackle  Hes my  left tackle  and I expect him  each and every week to play  at a certain level  And I think  he expects himself to play  that way  too     NASCAR reinstates Allmendinger    By Jenna Fryer   Associated Press    CHARLOTTE  N C   The first  phase of his comeback  complete  an optimistic  AJ Allmendinger is ready  to get on with his life    Hes hopeful that in  cludes another job in rac  ing    Allmendinger on Tues  day was reinstated by  NASCAR  which said he  successfully completed  its rehabilitation program  after testing positive for  a banned substance  The  process took a little over  two months  and Allmend  inger said he learned a lot  about himself while par  ticipating in the Road to  Recovery program    I knew I didnt have a    problem  I knew it was a  one time mistake  All  mendinger told The As  sociated Press  Im going  to use the word educated  because I feel like I was  educated on a lot of things  and a lot of things about  myself  I just needed to get  my priorities straight and  my life straightened out    And learn to be happy  as a person away from the  race track  he added  If  you are not happy away  from the race track  you  arent going to be happy  at the race track  So much  of what I was doing at the  race track was dictating  the person I was    Allmendinger was sus  pended July 7 after fail  ing a random drug test in  June  His backup B urine    sample also later tested  positive    NASCAR has not re  vealed the substance  but  he has said he tested posi  tive for Adderall  a pre  scription drug typically  used to treat attention  deficit disorder  He does  not have an ADD diagnosis  or prescription  and said  he took it a couple of days  before the June 30 race at  Kentucky Speedway be  cause he was tired    He was released by Pen   ske Racing after his B  sample failed  and partici  pating in NASCARs pro  gram was his only hope at  reinstatement    Now that hes done it   he may find a home soon  er than anyone expected  back in July      To  Getl Thei  Right V ehicle     Yeu  Nfeed 1    Tihej Right       Family      Mike WKitledge B   B 270 869 7422   MWhitledge EvansvilleKia com  4000 Division St  Auto Plaza Evansville  IN 47715  812 473 0215 www EvansvilleKia com                                            the gleaner  Wednesday  September 19 2012  3B    SPORTS    NFL Films president Steve Sabol dies at 69     Sports broadcasting changed  by chronicles of creative genius    By Rachel Cohen   Associated Press    NEW YORK  With the eye  of an art history major   Steve Sabol filmed the NFL  as a ballet and blockbuster  movie all in one    Half of the father son  team that revolutionized  sports broadcasting  the  NFL Films president died  Tuesday of brain cancer  at age 69 in Moorestown   N J  He leaves behind a  league bigger than ever  its  fans enthralled by the plot  twists and characters he so  deftly chronicled    Steve Sabol was the  creative genius behind the  remarkable work of NFL  Films  NFL Commission  er Roger Goodell said in a    statement from the league  confirming Sabols death   Steves passion for foot  ball was matched by his in  credible talent and energy   Steves legacy will be part  of the NFL forever  He was  a major contributor to the  success of the NFL  a man  who changed the way we  look at football and sports   and a great friend    Sabol was diagnosed  with a tumor on the left  side of his brain after being  hospitalized for a seizure  in March 2011    When Ed Sabol founded  NFL Films  his son was  there working beside him  as a cinematographer right  from the start in 1964  They  introduced a series of inno  vations taken for granted    today  from super slow mo   tion replays to blooper reels  to sticking microphones  on coaches and players   And they hired the Voice  of God  John Facenda  to  read lyrical descriptions in  solemn tones    Until he landed the  rights to chronicle the 1962  NFL championship game   Ed Sabols only experience  filming sports was record  ing the action at Steves  high school football games  in Philadelphia    We see the game as art  as much as sport  Steve  Sabol told The Associated  Press before his father was  inducted into the Pro Foot  ball Hall of Fame last year   That helped us nurture not  only the games traditions  but to develop its mythol  ogy  Americas Team  The  Catch  The Frozen Tundra    The two were honored  with the Lifetime Achieve    ment Emmy  from the  National  Academy of  Television  Arts and  Sciences  in 2003  In  his career   Steve Sabol  won 35 Em   mys for writing  cinema  tography  editing  direct  ing and producing  no  one else had ever earned  that many in as many dif  ferent categories    Steve Sabol leaves a  lasting impact on the Na  tional Football League that  will be felt for a long time  to come  NFL Players As  sociation executive direc  tor DeMaurice Smith said   His vision and innovation  helped make him a pioneer  the likes of which the NFL  has never seen before and  wont see again     He was the perfect fit  for the job  an all Rocky  Mountain Conference  running back at Colorado  College majoring in art  history  It was Sabol who  later wrote of the Raiders   The autumn wind is a  pirate  blustering in from  sea  words immortalized  by Facenda    The Sabols advances  included everything from  reverse angle replays to  filming pregame locker  room speeches to setting  highlights to pop music    Today of course those  techniques are so com  mon its hard to imagine  just how radical they once  were  Steve told the AP last  year  Believe me  it wasnt  always easy getting people  to accept them  but I think it  was worth the effort    His efforts extended be  yond his work as a producer   including appearances on    screen and in public to pro  mote NFL Films mission    An accomplished col  lage artist  Sabol exhibit  ed at the ArtExpo in New  York  the Avant Gallery  in Miami  the Govinda  Gallery in Washington   the Milan Gallery in Fort  Worth  Texas  and the  Garth Davidson Gallery  in Moorestown  N J    The impact that Steve  Sabol and his father  Ed   have had on the NFL in  creating and growing NFL  Films will continue to be  enjoyed for years to come  by NFL fans everywhere   Pittsburgh Steelers Presi  dent Art Rooney II said   He was a genius in his  work    Sabol is survived by  his wife  Penny  his son   Casey  his parents  Au  drey and Ed  and his sister   Blair  The NFL said there  would be a private funeral      Steve   Sabol    How to beat Crimson Tide  Hit  think  pray     DAVID QUINN ASSOCIATED PRESS    Alabama running back Eddie Lacy  42  eludes Arkansas defen  sive tackle Robert Thomas during Saturdays game game in  Fayetteville  Ark  Alabama routed Arkansas 52 0      No VBama  is startlingly  good this year   By Ralph D  Russo   Associated Press    They say no team is un  beatable  They apparently  havent seen Alabama play  recently    The top ranked Crim  son Tide has been star  tlingly good this season   outscoring Michigan   Western Kentucky and  Arkansas 128 14  Each of  Alabamas games has es  sentially been over at half  time    And  oh by the way  did  we mention Alabama is the  defending national cham  pion    So whats the game  plan  Where do you start  looking for a way to beat  the Tide    Youve got to say a little  prayer the night before   Western Kentucky coach  Willie Taggart said    Uh oh    Taggart likes to kid  Be  fore his Hilltoppers played  Alabama he joked the Tide  was the next NFL expan  sion team    If he found a weak  ness on the game tape  he  wouldnt share it Monday   but he did say  as you might  expect  the No  1 priority  when beating Alabama is  to not beat yourself  Limit  turnovers  penalties and  mistakes    Former Arkansas and  Mississippi coach Hous  ton Nutt said  Youve got  to play error free football    The same can be said  about beating any very tal  ented team  LSU  Florida  State  Oregon  etc  With  Alabama  the margin for  error is thinner     Former NFL quarter  back Gary Danielson  who  has been the lead analyst  for CBS Southeastern  Conference coverage for  seven years  uses a hockey  analogy to describe what  its like to play against Ala  bama    If youre going to go  against Alabama you have  to win the one one one  battles against the boards   he said  Its a rough  tough  game  And theres 11 bat  tles going on on the field  right now and you cant  get pushed around on the  boards    Its not just about avoid  ing the careless turnover  or silly penalty  its about  matching Alabamas atten  tion to detail  which is  unsurpassed    When you have outside    leverage as a defensive  end you cant get hooked   inside   Danielson said   You have to do your basic  job  If youre a corner and  you have inside technique   you cant get beat inside   If youre a safety and you  have the responsibility  of not giving up the deep  touchdown  you cant  come up and try to make a  tackle 3 yards from the line  of scrimmage and get beat  for a touchdown    On offense  if youre a  running back and you have  blitz pick up  you have to  pick it up  If youre a wide  receiver and you have to  make the easy catch  you  have to make the easy  catch  Theyre too good to  give them stuff    In a world of spread of  fenses and multitalented    quarterbacks  zone op  tions and air raids  Ala  bamas offense is relatively  old school  The quarter  backs throw  The running  backs run  The receivers  catch  The Tide plays tight  ends and even lines up a  fullback at times    To beat Alabama  youve  got to stop the run  Nutt  said    To do that  youve got  to get through a line that  is so good last seasons  All American tackle  Bar  rett Jones  is now playing  center to make room for  the future All American  tackle  Cyrus Kouandjio    To beat Alabama  youve  got to win the turnover  battle  said Nutt  who is  now working for CBS  Sports Network    Then he adds  But the  thing they do best  is they  dont turn it over    To beat Alabamas fero  cious and fast defense  you  have to have a high quality  quarterback and offensive  balance  Danielson said    If you let them use all  of their plays on defense   and not force them to play  right  and left handed   theyll pound most college  teams  he said    SUN BELTED   The punching bag is  starting to hit back    The Sun Belt Confer  ence followed up the  biggest upset of the sea  son  Louisiana Monroes  overtime victory against  Arkansas  with another  strong weekend against  the SEC    ULM nearly made it two  straight over the SEC by  taking Auburn to the wire  and Troy played toe to toe  with Mississippi State  But  the high point was West  ern Kentucky winning  32 31 at Kentucky in over  time on what will easily go    Two big weeks in golf  two different prizes    By Doug Ferguson   Associated Press    ATLANTA   Two big weeks  in golf could not be more  different    East Lake has the top 30  players on the PGA Tour   Medinah will have 24 of  the top 35 players in the  world    One pays  10 million  to the winner  The other  doesnt pay a dime    If theres a similarity  between the Tour Champi  onship and the Ryder Cup   its the value players place  on winning them    One is monetary  the  other is pride  Steve Striek  er said Tuesday  This is  playing for your year  You  can do a lot of good things   and youre playing for a lot  of money  Next week youre  playing for something total  ly different  Youre playing  for your country  with team  mates  You have partners   You can see it across every  guys face  You go through  the whole gamut of emo  tions    But if you talk to any  player  I guarantee they    would want to win either  one  It would mean a lot    The flag waving  foot   stomping crowd that has  waited two years for the  most exciting three days  in golf might find this hard  to believe  but the players  gathered at East Lake for  the FedEx Cup finale are  thinking only of winning  the Tour Championship    Because thats all they  can win this week    Tiger Woods was roast  ed by the British press in  2002 when a World Golf  Championship was staged  at Mount Juliet in Ireland  the week before the Ryder  Cup  After taking a one   shot lead after the opening  round  Woods was asked  which was more impor  tant for him to win  He  chose the WGC event and  its  1 million purse  that  was back when  1 million  meant something in golf  over taking a 17 inch gold  trophy home on the team  plane    Why  I can think of a  million reasons  Woods  said  a tongue in cheek  remark that backfired     Oddly enough  just  about every Ryder Cup  player at Mount Juliet felt  the same way  One week  they are playing for them  selves  another week they  are playing for a flag  Two  different tournaments   Two important weeks  One  at a time    Justin Rose was work  ing on his bunker play at  East Lake when the rain  finally gave way to patchy  skies  He walked over to  chat with Keegan Bradley   who was chipping out of  the deep Bermuda rough   Rose is playing in his sec  ond Ryder Cup  Bradley  will be making his debut  next week    The topic    Rose was commiserat  ing with Bradley over the  New England Patriots los  ing at home on Sunday    The Ryder Cup will get  here soon enough    For now  the focus is on  the final event of the Fe  dEx Cup that comes with  a  10 million bonus and a  five year exemption on the  PGA Tour    The FedEx Cup is still    in its infancy  and there re  mains plenty of debate that  someone could win the Fe  dEx Cup without winning  a tournament all year    This is the fourth  straight year such a sce  nario could happen  but  it hasnt yet  The list of  FedEx Cup champions in  cludes Woods  twice   Vi   jay Singh and Jim Furyk   The lone fluke was Bill  Haas last year  who was  No  45 in the world  The  fluke was that he won the   10 million despite being  the No  25 seed    More than a fluke  that  should serve as inspiration  that anyone at East Lake  still has a chance    Its an individual game   and thats how ultimately  youre going to be remem  bered in this game  Rose  said    You can win the Ryder  Cup and lose three of four  matches  and it will be an  amazing week  But I dont  think you come out of it  a better player  You win  this week  in this scenario   you come out of it a better  player     down as one of the plays of  the year    Instead of kicking an ex  tra point to tie the game   Taggart went for a win  ning 2 point conversion  and got it on a trick play   Running back Antonio An  drews threw back to quar  terback Kawaun Jakes   who scampered into the  end zone for the Hilltop  pers first victory against  an SEC opponent    I dont call it gutsy   Taggart said of the deci  sion  I call it cool  Thats  pretty cool  That was  sweet    ROCKY MOUNTAIN LOW   The Pac 12 might want  to return Colorado to the  Big 12    The Buffaloes  in their  second season in the Pac   12  are a wreck  Satur  days 69 14 loss at Fresno  State dropped Colorado  to 0 3  A winless season    seems not only realistic 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LEAGUE BASEBALL   6 p m   Oakland at Detroit  ESPN  Cable 27    7 p m   Houston at St  Louis  FSM  Cable 47    7 p m   Cincinnati at Chicago Cubs  FSO  Cable 48    9 p m   Texas at L A  Angels  ESPN  Cable 27    SOCCER   1 30 p m   Spartak Moskva at Barcelona  FSN  Cable 47 48   9 p m   U S  women vs  Australia  ESPN2  Cable 26    RADIO   MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL   7 p m   Houston at St  Louis  WSON AM 860   FM 96 5   WMSK FM 101 3     SPORTSCOPE    _GOLF_   In middle school action on Tuesday  North defeated St   Anns 167 177 at Breckinridge Golf and Country Club   Norths scores were  Parker Brown 29  Craig Priest  32  Chantz Book 35  Ethan Snow 35  Landon Nelson 36   Cambron Miller 41  Brennen Loney 42  St  Anns scores  were  Aidan Cassidy 32  Drew Davis 34  Lane Welden 35   Kent Davis 37  Abby Greenwell 37  Sam Brown 39  Simon  Greenwell 42  Duke Moosbrugger 43       Results of Tuesdays J  Bucks senior scramble at Bent  Creek Golf Course were    Damon Dayberry  Jim Pritchett  Steve Sauer  Clarence  West  first  11 under  Bobby Welden  Jerry Crowdus  Don  Holder  Robert Mays  second  10 under  Kenny Tegethoff   Walt Russell  Tommy McDonald  Don Holland  third   9 under  Closest to the pin  Tommy McDonald  No  3  Don  Holland  No  5  Leon Hunsaker  No  9       Bent Creek Golf Course will hold the Mr  Bs two man  scramble on Wednesday  Prizes will include pizza  wings  and cash  Sign in is at 5 p m  with tee off at 5 30 p m  For  more information call 827 7774       The Bent Creek Mens Club will hold its weekly event   sponsored by Kenny Kent Chevrolet  on Thursday  Sign in  is at 5 p m  with tee off at 5 15 p m  For more information  call 827 7774       Bent Creek Golf Courses Bonnie   Clyde scramble will  move to Sunday  Sign in is at 2 p m  with tee off at 2 30  p m  For more information call 827 7774       Municipal Golf Course will haveafour man 18 hole  scramble  pick your own 4 some  on Wednesday mornings  beginning at 7 30 a m with long drives  closest to pins  and  putt off  Lunch will follow the scramble       Municipal Golf Courses Rally for the Cure event will  be Oct  6  Entry fee for the four person scramble is   60 per person  Call the pro shop at 831 1263 for more  information       Henderson Elks Lodge Golf Scramble  sponsored by the  Scholarship Trust Fund Committee and the Henderson  Country Club  will be Sunday  Sept  30  There be a new  format  Bring your four man scramble team and or  individuals will be assigned to a team  Entry fee is  45  plus  20 Calcutta for a total of  65 for Country Club  members or  55 plus  20 Calcutta for a total of  75  for non members  Cost includes green fees and cart   Breakfast and lunch are also included  Hole in one  prizes on all par threes  Prizes for closest to the pin   longest drive and closest to the string  Entry forms are  available at the Elks Lodge and Henderson Country Club   For more information  call Ruie Murphy at 826 0787 or  577 6697 or Brant Williams at the Country Club at 827   3444       The Municipal Ladies Golf League will play its last  scramble of the year on Thursday  Sept  20  Tee time will  be at 5 p m  Sign up at the clubhouse before 4 30 p m  on  Thursday  For more information call 724 0403 831 4029 or  831 1263       The Municipal Ladies Golf League will hold its banquet   auction on Thursday  Sept  27  at 5 p m  at Mr  Bs  Bring  an auction gift  For more information call 724 0403 or  831 4029     Municipal Golf Course will have a couples tournament  Sunday with tee time starting at 7 30 a m  Format will be  nine hole alternate shot and nine hole best ball  Entry  fees are  40 per member couple or  60 per non member  couple       Municipal Golf Courses next glow golf will be Saturday   Sept  29  Entry fee is  40 per person and includes cart   ball rental  dinner and 18 holes       The Municipal Mens League club championship will  be held Sept  24 29  First rounds can be played at any  time throughout the week depending upon tee time  availability  The final round will be played on Sunday   Sept  30  Pairings and tee times will be determined by  weekly scores  The first tee time on Sunday will start at  7 a m     Bent Creek Golf Course will be closed Saturday until 2 30  p m  for the Cresline outing    VOLLEYBALL   In middle school action on Tuesday    North won two of three matches with South  taking the  seventh grade contest 21 16 21 18 as Avery Yates served  for 15 points and the sixth grade match 21 11 18 21 15 13  as Maggie Vincent served for 21 points  South won the  eighth grade match 21 6 21 11       The Henderson County Family YMCA is offering mens  and womens adult volleyball leagues starting Oct    23  Players must be at least 18 years old by Oct  23    2012  The league will play on Tuesday nights from Oct   23 Dec  11 with asingle elimination tournamment  on Dec  18 19  All games are played in the YMCAs  youth gym with game times beginning at 5 30 p m   and running until 9 15 p m  Cost is  175 per team  The  leagues are limited to 12 womens teams and 12 mens  teams  Registration deadline is Oct  17  Schedules will  be available after Oct  19  For more information  call the  YMCA at 827 9622    SOFTBALL   A coed softball tournament to benefit the Humane Society  will be held Saturday  Sept  29  at Newman Park  Entry fee  is  200 per team  To enter call Tony Bullock at 860 0702 or  Todd Grass at 454 9494    OUTDOORS   The Webster County Ducks Unlimiteds annual fall  banquet will be Saturday  Sept  29 at the Providence  VFW building on Highway 41 A  Doors open at 5 30 p m   with dinner served at 6 30 p m  and a live auction and  raffle following  For more information  call 270 293   0275     NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE    NFL STANDINGS   AMERICAN CONFERENCE    East   W   L   T   Pet   PF   PA   N Y  Jets   1   1   0    500   58   55   New England 1   1   0    500   52   33   Miami   1   1   0    500   45   43   Buffalo   1   1   0    500   63   65   South   W   L   T   Pet   PF   PA   Houston   2   0   0   1 000   57   17   Indianapolis   1   1   0    500   44   61   Tennessee   0   2   0    000   23   72   Jacksonville   0   2   0    000   30   53   North   w   L   T   Pet   PF   PA   Baltimore   1   1   0    500   67   37   Cincinnati   1   1   0    500   47   71   Pittsburgh   1   1   0    500   46   41   Cleveland   0   2   0    000   43   51   West   w   L   T   Pet   PF   PA   San Diego   2   0   0   1 000   60   24   Denver   1   1   0    500   52   46   Kansas City   0   2   0    000   41   75   Oakland   0   2   0    000   27   57   NATIONAL CONFERENCE    East   w   L   T   Pet   PF   PA   Philadelphia   2   0   0   1 000   41   39   Dallas   1   1   0    500   31   44   Washington   1   1   0    500   68   63   N Y  Giants   1   1   0    500   58   58   South   W   L   T   Pet   PF   PA   Atlanta   2   0   0   1 000   67   45   Tampa Bay   1   1   0    500   50   51   Carolina   1   1   0    500   45   43   New Orleans 0   2   0    000   59   75   North   W   L   T   Pet   PF   PA   Green Bay   1   1   0    500   45   40   Detroit   1   1   0    500   46   50   Minnesota   1   1   0    500   46   46   Chicago   1   1   0    500   51   44   West   w   L   T   Pet   PF   PA   Arizona   2   0   0   1 000   40   34   San Francisco 2   0   0   1 000   57   41   St  Louis   1   1   0    500   54   55   Seattle   1   1   0    500   43   27   Thursday  Sep  20      N Y  Giants at Carolina  7 20 p m    Sunday  Sep  23  Tampa Bay at Dallas  noon  St  Louis at Chicago  noon  San Francisco at Minnesota  noon  Detroit at Tennessee  noon  Kansas City at New Orleans  noon  Cincinnati at Washington  noon  N Y  Jets at Miami  noon  Buffalo at Cleveland  noon  Jacksonville at Indianapolis  noon  Philadelphia at Arizona  3 05 p m    Atlanta at San Diego  3 05 p m    Pittsburgh at Oakland  3 25 p m    Houston at Denver  3 25 p m    New England at Baltimore  7 20 p m    Monday  Sep  24  Green Bay at Seattle  7 30 p m    AP PR032 P0WER RANKINGS   The Associated Press Pro32 NFL Power  Rankings  as voted by a 12 member panel   with first place votes in parentheses  re  cords through Sept  17  total points based  on 32 points for afirst place vote through  one point for a 32nd place vote  and previ  ous ranking      W   L   T   PtsPvs   l S  Francisco 49ers  11    2   0   0   383   2   2  Houston Texans  1    2   0   0   360   4   3  Green Bay Packers   1   1   0   352   5   4  Atlanta Falcons   2   0   0   347   7   5  Baltimore Ravens   1   1   0   326   3   6   Philadelphia Eagles   2   0   0   323   12   7  N  England Patriots   1   1   0   315   1   8   New York Giants   1   1   0   285   10   9  San Diego Chargers   2   0   0   284   17   10  Pittsburgh Steelersl   1   0   283   11   11  Denver Broncos   1   1   0   279   6   12  Arizona Cardinals   2   0   0   256   20   13  Detroit Lions   1   1   0   224   13   14  Dallas Cowboys   1   1   0   212   9   15  Chicago Bears   1   1   0   211   8   16  New York Jets   1   1   0   191   15   17  Carolina Panthers   1   1   0   190   22   18  Cincinnati Bengals   1   1   0   176   18   19  Seattle Seahawks   1   1   0   172   24   20  Wash  Redskins   1   1   0   172   16   21 T B  Buccaneers   1   1   0   163   19   22  N  Orleans Saints   0   2   0   143   14   23  Buffalo Bills   1   1   0   121   27   24  St  Louis Rams   1   1   0   119   28   25  Indianapolis Colts   1   1   0   93   31   26  Miami Dolphins   1   1   0   79   32   27  Minnesota Vikings   1   1   0   75   26   28  Tennessee Titans   0   2   0   51   23   29  Cleveland Browns   0   2   0   44   30   30  Oakland Raiders   0   2   0   43   25   31  Kansas City Chiefs   0   2   0   38   21   32  Jacksonville Jaguars 0   2   0   26   29    GLANTZ CULVERLINE    NCAA FOOTBALL   Tonight   FAVORITE OPEN TODAY UNDERDOG    at Buffalo   V 2   3 2   Kent St     Thursday    at Boise St    6 V 2   71 2   BYU    Friday    Baylor   8   7Vi atLa  Monroe   Saturday    at Wake Forest   8   7   Army   at Florida St    12   14   Clemson   at Duke   21 2   23   Memphis   at Michigan St  32 2   33   E  Michigan   at Virginia Techl 9 V 2   19 Bowling Green   at Iowa   17 2   16 2   C  Michigan   at Ohio St    371 2   371 2   UAB   at N  Carolina   15   161 2   E  Carolina   at Penn St    9   9   Temple   at West Virginia27   27   Maryland   at Wisconsin   17 2   17 2   UTEP   at Miami  Ohio  25   261 2   UMass   at Georgia   14   151 2   Vanderbilt   at Arkansas   2   7   Rutgers   at N  Illinois   9   91 2   Kansas   at Oregon   231 2   231 2   Arizona   at UCLA   IIV 2   91 2   Oregon St    at TCU   16 2   171 2   Virginia   at Southern Cal 17   16   California   at Wash  St    17 2   181 2   Colorado   LSU   17 2   201 2   at Auburn   at Georgia Tech 12   14   Miami   at Florida   251 2   241 2   Kentucky   UConn    1   II  2 at W  Michigan   atS  Carolina   9    10   Missouri   at Notre Dame   5   6   Michigan   at Minnesota   1   V 2   Syracuse   at Oklahoma   14 2   14   Kansas St    at Tennessee   35   35   Akron   Mississippi   15   15   atTulane   at Illinois   1   3   La  Tech   at Arizona St    51 2   7   Utah   at San Diego St  3 2   3    San Jose St    at Alabama   52   50   FAU   at W  Kentucky 2    4   So  Miss    at North Texas   Pk   Pk   Troy   Louisville   111 2   131 2   at FIU   at Miss  St    35   341 2   S  Alabama    NFL   Thursday   FAVORITE OPEN TODAY UNDERDOG  N Y  Giants 1  1 at Carolina   Sunday    at Chicago 8   at Dallas 7   San Francisco 6   Detroit Pk   at Washington 31 2  N Y  Jets 3   at New Orleans 10  Buffalo 21 2   at Indianapolis IV 2  Philadelphia 4   at San Diego IV 2   Houston  1   Pittsburgh 41 2   at Baltimore 3   Mo   Green Bay 41 2    7 2 St  Louis   7 Tampa Bay   7 at Minnesota  3 at Tennessee  31 2 Cincinnati  3 at Miami   9 Kansas City   3 at Cleveland   3 Jacksonville   4 at Arizona   3 Atlanta  II  2 at Denver   41 2 at Oakland  3 New England   iy   3  at Seattle    COLLEGE FOOTBALL    TOP25SCHEDULE   Thursday   No  24 Boise State vs  BYU  8 p m    Saturday   No  1 Alabama vs  Florida Atlantic  4 p m   No  2 LSU at Auburn  6 p m    No  3 Oregon vs  No  22 Arizona  9 30 p m   No  4 Florida St  vs  No  10 Clemson  7 p m   No  5 Georgia vs  Vanderbilt  6 45 p m    No  6 Oklahoma vs  No  15 Kansas St   6 30 p m   No  7 South Carolina vs  Missouri  2 30 p m   No  8 West Virginia vs  Maryland  11 a m   No  11 Notre Dame vs  No  18Michigan 6 30 p m   No  13 Southern Cal vs  California  5 p m   No  14 Florida vs  Kentucky  11 21 a m   No  16 Ohio State vs  UAB  11a m    No  17 TCU vs  Virginia  11 a m    No  19 UCLA vs  Oregon State  2 30 p m   No  20 Louisville at FIU  6 p m    No  21 Michigan St  vs  E  Michigan  2 30 p m   No  23 Miss  St  vs  S  Alabama  6 p m    No  25 Nebraska vs  Idaho State  2 30 p m      Slugfest champs    PHOTO FURNISHED    The 8U Henderson Lil Stixx took first place in the Henderson Fall Slugfest Fastpitch Softball  Tournament on Sept  8  This was the last tournament they would play as the Lil Stixx and their  first first place finish of the 2012 season  Next season the team will be known as HC Xplosion   Team members are  front row from left  Taylor Troutman  Bella Marshall  Maci Farley  Brooklyn  Marsh  Erica Henderson  second row  Mallorie Stone  Kamarion Black  Aubrie Williams  Masey  Wilson  Haliegh Beck  Madi Stone  back row  assistant coaches John Williams  Greg Stone  Eric  Henderson and head coach Shannon Troutman     MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL    AMERICAN LEAGUE   EAST DIVISION     w   L   Pet   GB   WCGB   L10   Str   Home   Away   New York   83   63    568         6 4   W 2   43 29   40 34   Baltimore   83   64    565   V 2      6 4   W 2   42 32   41 32   Tampa Bay   78   70    527   6   5y 2   2 8   L 4   39 34   39 36   Boston   68   81    456   161 2   16   5 5   W 2   33 43   35 38   Toronto   66   79    455   16 2   16   6 4   W l   36 38   30 41      CENTRAL DIVISION        W   L   Pet   GB   WCGB   L10   Str   Home   Away   Chicago   81   66    551         7 3   W 5   43 31   38 35   Detroit   78   69    531   3   5   5 5   W l   44 28   34 41   Kansas City   66   81    449   15   17   5 5   L 2   32 41   34 40   Cleveland   61   87    412   20 2   22y Z   2 8   L l   33 40   28 47   Minnesota   61   87    412   2oy 2   22y 2   5 5   W l   29 46   32 41      WEST DIVISION        W   L   Pet   GB   WCGB   L10   Str   Home   Away   Texas   87   59    596         6 4   W l   47 27   40 32   Oakland   84   63    571   3y 2       7 3   L 2   44 31   40 32   Los Angeles   80   67    544   V 2   3   6 4   W l   40 32   40 35   Seattle   70   78    473   18   i3y 2   3 7   L 2   36 37   34 41    NATIONAL LEAGUE   EAST DIVISION     W   L   Pet   GB   WCGB   L10   Str   Home   Away   Washington   89   57    610           5 5   L 3   44 27   45 30   Atlanta   85   64    570   5y 2      6 4   L l   43 32   42 32   Philadelphia   74   74    500   16   4   7 3   W l   38 37   36 37   New York   66   81    449   23y 2   11    1 9   L 3   30 42   36 39   Miami   66   83    443   24y 2   i2y 2   4 6   W l   35 39   31 44      CENTRAL DIVISION        W   L   Pet   GB   WCGB   L10   Str   Home   Away   Cincinnati   89   59    601         6 4   W 2   47 28   42 31   St  Louis   78   70    527   11      4 6   W 2   44 29   34 41   Milwaukee   75   72    510   i3y 2   2y 2   8 2   W 3   46 29   29 43   Pittsburgh   74   73    503   i4y 2   3y 2   2 8   L l   42 31   32 42   Chicago   58   90    392   31   20   6 4   L 2   36 37   22 53   Houston   48   100    324   41   30   5 5   L l   32 43   16 57      WEST DIVISION        W   L   Pet   GB   WCGB   L10   Str   Home   Away   San Francisco   84   63    571         7 3   W l   41 31   43 32   Los Angeles   76   71    517   8   iy 2   3 7   L l   40 35   36 36   Arizona   72   74    493   ny 2   5   6 4   W l   36 36   36 38   San Diego   71   76    483   13   6y 2   8 2   W 2   40 35   31 41   Colorado   58   88    397   25y 2   19   2 8   L 3   31 43   27 45    AMERICAN LEAGUE    NATIONAL LEAGUE    MONDAYS LATE GAME    MONDAYS LATE GAMES    Baltimore 10  Seattle 4    TUESDAYS GAMES   Minnesota 6  Cleveland 5 12 innings  Detroit 12  Oakland 2  Toronto at New York  ppd   rain  Boston 7  Tampa Bay 5  Chicago White Sox 3  Kansas City 2  Texas at L A  Angels   n    Baltimore at Seattle   n     _TODAYS GAMES_   Minnesota  Hendriks 0 7  at Cleveland   McAllister 5 7   6 05 p m    Oakland  Bre Anderson 4 1  at Detroit   Verlander 14 8   6 05 p m    Toronto  H AIvarez 9 12  at N Y  Yankees   P Hughes 15 12   6 05 p m    Boston  Matsuzaka 1 5  at Tampa Bay   Archer 0 3   6 10 p m    Chicago White Sox  Sale 17 6  at Kansas  City  Mendoza 7 9   7 10 p m    Texas  D Holland 10 6  at L A  Angels   C Wilson 12 9   9 05 p m    Baltimore  J Saunders 2 2  at Seattle   F Hernandez 13 8   9 10 p m     TIGERS 12  ATHLETICS 2   Oakland Detroit   ab r h bi ab r h bi   Crisp cf 2 0 0 0 AJcksncf 5 3 3 1   Carter lb 3 0 0 0 Berry If 4 0 2 2   S Smith If 4 0 0 0 AGarci rf 1110  JWeeksph 1 0 0 0 MiCarr3b 4 3 3 6   Reddck rf cf3 2 2 0 Worth 3b 0 0 0 0   Barton ph 1 0 0 0 Fielder lb 3 112  Cespdsdh 2 0 11 D Kellylb 0 0 0 0  Moss lb rf 4 0 3 1 DYongdh 5 0 0 0   Drewss 4 0 0 0 Dirks rf lf 5 0 0 0   Dnldsn 3b 3 0 0 0 JhPerltss 3 111  Kottarsc 4 0 2 0 Infante 2b 3 10 0   Pnngtn 2b 3 0 0 0 G Lairdc 3 2 3 0   Totals 34 2 8 2 Totals 36121412  Oakland 100 000 100  2   Detroit 111 023 04x 12   E Drew  5   DP Oakland 1  Detroit 1   LOB Oakland 10  Detroit 6 2B Reddick   28   Moss  10   Kottaras  2   A Jackson   26   Berry  10   Mi Cabrera  38   HR   Mi Cabrera 2  40   Fielder  27   Jh Peralta     12  SF Mi Cabrera    IP   H   R   ER BB SO   Oakland   Griffin L 6 l   4 2   8   5   5   1   3   Figueroa   0 1   0   0   0   0   1   Scribner   1   2   3   3   3   0   J Chavez   1   4   4   4   0   0   Blevins   1   0   0   0   0   0   Detroit   Scherzer   2   2   1   1   2   4   D Downs W 2 1   2 2   2   0   0   1   1   B Villarreal   0 2   1   0   0   1   1   Coke   1 2   2   1   1   0   2   Benoit   1   1   0   0   0   0   L Marte   1   0   0   0   0   1    J Chavez pitched to 5 batters in the 8th   HBP by J Chavez  Fielder   by D Downs   Donaldson      WHITE SOX 3  ROYALS 2   Chicago Kansas City   ab r h bi ab r h bi   DeAzalf 4 12 1 Lough cf 2 10 0   Youkils3b lb4 0 0 0 Bourgscf 10 0 0   A Dunndh 3 0 0 0 AEscorss 4 0 0 0   Konerklb 3 0 0 0 AGordnlf 4 12 0   JoLopz 3b 0 0 0 0 Butler dh 4 0 12   Riosrf 3 111 S Perezc 4 0 0 0   Przynsc 4 0 2 0 Mostks 3b 3 0 0 0   AIRmrzss 4 0 10 Francrrf 3 0 10   Wisecf 4 0 0 0 Hosmerlb 3 0 10   Bckhm2b 4 111 TAreu 2b 3 0 0 0   Totals 33 3 7 3 Totals 31 2 5 2   Chicago 100 001 100 3   Kansas City 200 000 000 2   E T Abreu  1   DP Chicago 1  Kansas City  1  LOB Chicago 6  Kansas City 3 2B A   Gordon  48   Francoeur  23   HR De Aza   8   Rios  24   Beckham  16      Chicago   IP   H   R   ER BB SO   Floyd W 10 10   7   5   2   2   1   3   Thornton H 25   1 1   0   0   0   0   1   A ReedS 28 32   Kansas City   0 2   0   0   0   0   0   Hochevar L 8 14   7   7   3   3   0   4   Collins   0 2   0   0   0   1   1   L Coleman   0   0   0   0   2   0   Bueno   0 1   0   0   0   0   0   Mazzaro   1   0   0   0   0   1   L Coleman pitched to 2 batters in the 8th     Pittsburgh 3  Chicago Cubs 0  San Francisco 2  Colorado 1    TUESDAYS GAMES   Milwaukee 6  Pittsburgh 0   L A  Dodgers at Washington  ppd   rain   Miami 4  Atlanta 3 10 innings   Philadelphia at New York  ppd   rain   Cincinnati 3  Chicago Cubs 1   St  Louis 4  Houston 1   San Diego at Arizona   n    Colorado at San Francisco   n     _TODAYS GAMES_   L A  Dodgers  Beckett 1 2  at Washington   Lannan 3 0   6 05 p m    Milwaukee  Estrada 3 6  at Pittsburgh   McPherson 0 0   6 05 p m    Atlanta  Medlen 8 1  at Miami  JoJohnson  8  12   6 10 p m    Philadelphia  Hamels 15 6  at N Y  Mets   Hefner 2 6   6 10 p m    Cincinnati  Leake 8 9  at Chicago Cubs   Rusin 1 2   7 05 p m    Houston  Harrell 10 9  at St  Louis  Lynn  15 7   7 15 p m    San Diego  Volquez 10 10  at Arizona  Ca  hill 11 11   8 40 p m    Colorado  Chatwood 4 4  at San Francisco   M Cain 14 5   9 15 p m     REDS 3  CUBS 1   Cincinnati Chicago   ab r h bi ab r h bi   BPhllps 2b 3 0 0 0 DeJess rf 3 0 0 0   Stubbs cf 4 0 10 Sappeltph 0 0 0 0   Vottolb 3 110 JChpmp 0 0 0 0   Ludwck If 3 10 0 Valuen 3b 2 0 0 0   Bruce rf 3 110 Vitters3b 10 0 0  Rolen 3b 3 0 0 0 Rizzo lb 3 0 0 0   Hanignc 3 0 13 ASorinlf 4 0 0 0   WVafdzss 4 0 0 0 SCastross 4 0 0 0   HBailyp 3 0 0 0 Clevngrc 3 0 10   Marsnllp 0 0 0 0 WCastllph 10 00   Paulph 1 0 0 0 BJcksncf 3 0 0 0   Broxtnp 0 0 0 0 Barney 2b 3 12 0   Germnp 10 0 0  Corpasp 0 0 0 0   AlCarrp 0 0 0 0   LaHairrf 10 11  Totals 30 3 4 3 Totals 29 1 4 1   Cincinnati 000 003 000 3   Chicago 000 000 010 1   DP Cincinnati 1  LOB Cincinnati 6   Chicago 5 2B Votto  39   Hanigan  14    LaHair  17   SB Bruce  9   CS B Phillips   2  S Germano    IP H R ER BB SO   Cincinnati    H Bailey W 12 9  Marshall H  21  Broxton S 3 5  Chicago  Germano L 2 8  Corpas  Al Cabrera  J Chapman    7 1   0 2   1   5   2   1   1    4 112  0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0   3 3 3 5  10 0 0  0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0    Germano pitched to 3 batters in the 6th   HBP by Marshall  Sappelt   by Germano   B Phillips   WP Germano 2     CARDINALS 4  ASTROS 1   Houston St  Louis   ab r h bi ab r h bi   Altuve 2b 4 0 1 0 Jay cf 3 0 2 2   SMoorerf 3 0 10 Beltran rf 4 0 10   Wallaclb 4 0 11 Boggs p 0 0 0 0  Maxwllcf 3 0 0 0 Rzpczyp 0 0 0 0   Lowriess 4 0 10 Mottep 0 0 0 0   JDMrtn If 4 0 10 Hollidy If 3 0 0 0   JCastroc 4 0 0 0 Craig lb 4 0 0 0   Dmngz3b 4 0 10 YMolinc 3 12 0   Abacfp 2 0 0 0 Freese3b 4 0 10   FRdrgzp 0 0 0 0 Deseals 2b 3 111   XCedenp 0 0 0 0 Kozmass 3 110   Paredsph 1110 Lohsep 2 111   JValdzp 0 0 0 0 Schmkrph 0 0 0 0   SRonsnrf 10 0 0  Totals 33 1 7 1 Totals 30 4 9 4  Houston 000 000 010 1   St  Louis 010 020 10x 4   E J D Martinez  2   DP Houston 3  LOB   Houston 7  St  Louis 6  2B S Moore  8    Dominguez  2   Jay  16   Y Molina  28    Lohse  1   3B Kozma  2   CS Maxwell   4   Jay 2  6     IP H R ER BB SO   Houston   Abad L 0 5 5 6 3 3 0 6   Fe Rodriguez 1 1 1 1 1 2 2   X Cedeno 0 2 1 0 0 0 1   J Valdez 1 10 0 11    St  Louis   Lohse W 15 3 7 4 0 0 2 5   Boggs 0 2 3 1 1 0 1   Rzepczynski H 17 0 1 0 0 0 0 0   MotteS 36 43 1 0 0 0 0 1   HBP by Abad  Jay   WP X Cedeno     TWINS 6  INDIANS 5   Minnesota Cleveland   ab r h bi ab r h bi   Spancf 6 2 3 0 Choorf 6 110   Revere rf 5 110 Kipnis 2b 6 0 2 0   Mauerc 4 0 3 1 AsCarrss 5 0 11   Wlnghlf 6 0 11 CSantnc 6 2 2 1   MCarsnlf 0 0 0 0 Brantlycf 5 110   Mornealb 5 0 11 Canzlerdh 5 0 10   Doumitdh 3 110 Chsnhll3b 5 111   Mstrnndh 2 110 Ktchmlb 4 0 10   Plouffe 3b 4 0 0 0 LaPortlb 10 0 0   ACasill 2b 2 111 Carrerlf 5 0 11   JCarrll 2b 3b6 0 2 0   EEscorss 3 0 11   Parmelph 10 0 0  Flormnss 2 0 11   Totals 49 6 16 6 Totals 48 5 11 4  Minnesota 200 100 100 002 6   Cleveland 110 002 000 001 5   E Plouffe  16   A Casilla  8   DP Minne  sota 1  Cleveland 1  LOB Minnesota 12   Cleveland 9 2B Span  34   Doumit  31    J Carroll  16   HR C Santana  16   Chisen   hall  5   SB Span  15   Mastroianni  21    A Casilla  18   Carrera  7   SF Morneau     Minnesota   IP   H   R   ER BB SO   Walters   5   8   4   2   1   3   DuensingBS l l   3   1   0   0   0   3   Burton   1   0   0   0   0   0   Fien   0 2   1   0   0   1   0   T Robertson W 2 2 1 1   0   0   0   0   1   Perkins S 12 15   Cleveland   1   1   1   1   0   2   D Huff   4 1   7   3   3   1   3   Seddon   0 2   1   0   0   0   0   F Herrmann   1   0   0   0   0   0   C AIIen BS 1 1   0 1   2   1   1   1   1   S Barnes   0 2   0   0   0   0   0   Pestano   1   1   0   0   0   1   C Perez   1   1   0   0   1   0   J Smith   1   0   0   0   0   1   E Rogers   1 1   0   0   0   1   1   Maine L 1 1   0 2   4   2   2   0   0    Walters pitched to 3 batters in the 6th   Umpires Home  Mike Muchlinski  First   Sam Holbrook  Second  Andy Fletcher   Third  Joe West    T 4 00  A 10 342  43 429      BREWERS 6  PIRATES 0    Milwaukee   Pittsburgh     ab r h bi   ab r h bi   Aoki rf   3 0 2 2 SMarte If   4 0 0 0   RWeks2b   4 110 Tabatarf   3 0 0 0   Braun If   4 12 1 AMcCtcf   4 0 0 0   ArRmr3b   5 0 0 0 GJoneslb   4 0 0 0   Lucroy c   5 13 1 Walker 2b   4 0 2 0   Ishikaw lb   4 10 0 PAIvrz 3b   3 0 0 0   CGomz cf   4 13 0 Barmesss   2 0 10   Segurass   4 12 2 Clemntph   10 0 0   Gallard p   3 0 0 0 Morris p   0 0 0 0   Hndrsnp   0 0 0 0 vndnHrp   0 0 0 0   Morgan ph 1 0 0 0 Snider ph   10 0 0   Loep   0 0 0 0 Barajsc   10 0 0   Veras p   0 0 0 0 GSnchzph   0 0 0 0    Mercer ss   0 0 0 0    AJBrntp   2 0 0 0    Watson p   0 0 0 0    Qualls p   0 0 0 0    McKnrc   10 0 0   Totals   37 6 13 6 Totals   30 0 3 0    Milwaukee 010 001 220 6   Pittsburgh 000 000 000 0   E Segura  5   P AIvarez  24   S Marte  3    DP Milwaukee 1  Pittsburgh 3  LOBMil  waukee 11  Pittsburgh 7  SB Aoki  27    R Weeks  14   Braun 3  27   Lucroy  4    C Gomez  33  SF Aoki    IP H R ER BB SO   Milwaukee   Gallardo W 16 8 6 2 2 0 0 4 6   Henderson H 11 0 1 0 0 0 0 0   Loe 1 0 0 0 0 1   Veras 1 1 0 0 0 1   Pittsburgh   AJ Burnett L 15 8 6 7 2 2 2 4   Watson 0 1 1 1 1 0 0   Qualls 0 2 2 1 1 0 0   Morris 1 2 2 110   vandenHurk 1 1 0 0 0 1   HBP by AJ Burnett  Aoki  Ishikawa   by  van den Hurk  C Gomez   WP AJ Burnett   Morris    Umpires Home  Tom Hallion  First  Brian  ONora  Second  Chad Fairchild  Third  Al  fonso Marquez    T 3 24  A 15 492  38 362     MARLINS 4  BRAVES 3   Atlanta Miami   ab r h bi ab r h bi   Bourn cf 5 0 0 0 GHrndzcf 4 0 11   Prado ss lf ss 4 0 0 0 DSolan 2b 5 0 0 0   Heywrdrf 5 12 0 Reyes ss 5 0 3 1   C  Jones3b 3 110 Ca Leelb 4 0 10   FFrmnlb 4 0 0 0 Rugginlf rf 4 0 0 0   Uggla 2b 4 111 Kearns rf 3 0 10  McCnnc 4 0 2 2 Petersnlf 110 0  Pstrnckpr 0 0 0 0 J Buckc 3 2 2 2   D  Rossc 0 0 0 0 Velazqz 3b 4 0 0 0   Constnzlf 3 0 10 Eovaldip 2 0 0 0  RJhnsnph 1 0 0 0 Dobbs ph 10 0 0   Venters p 0 0 0 0 Cishekp 0 0 0 0   Gearrinp 0 0 0 0 MDunnp 0 0 0 0   Mahlm p 2 0 0 0 H Bell p 0 0 0 0   Moylanp 0 0 0 0 Brantlyph 0 10 0   Overayph 10 0 0   Durbin p 0 0 0 0   JeBakrph 0 0 0 0   Janishss 0 0 0 0   Hinske If 0 0 0 0   Totals 36 3 7 3 Totals 36 4 8 4   Atlanta 000 000 003 0 3   Miami 001 000 200 1 4   Two outs when winning run scored   DP Atlanta 1  Miami 1  LOB Atlanta  7  Miami 6  2B Heyward  28   McCann   14   Reyes  35   Kearns  6   3B J Buck   1   HRJ Buck  11      Atlanta   IP   H   R   ER BB SO   Maholm   6 2   4   2   2   1   5   Moylan   0 1   1   1   1   0   0   Durbin   1   0   0   0   0   0   Venters   0 2   2   0   0   0   2   Gearrin L 0 1  Miami   1   1   1   1   1   1   Eovaldi   8   4   0   0   2   5   Cishek H 13   0 1   2   3   3   1   1   M Dunn BS 4 5   0 2   1   0   0   1   1   H Bell W  3 5   1   0   0   0   0   2   HBP by Gearrin  G Hernandez   PB     D     Ross    Umpires Home  CB Bucknor  First  Dan  lassogna  Second  Vic Carapazza  Third   Bill Miller    T 3 13  A 23 009  37 442                                               the gleaner  Wednesday September 19 2012 if 5B    Business   Alpha closing eight mines  cutting 1 200 jobs    The Associated Press    MORGANTOWN  W Va   Coal pro  ducer Alpha Natural Resources  said Tuesday it was cutting pro  duction by 16 million tons and  eliminating 1 200 jobs compa  nywide  including 400 with the  immediate closing of mines in  Virginia  West Virginia and  Pennsylvania    The mine shutdowns start  Tuesday  while the rest of the  layoffs will be completed by the  end of the first quarter after Al  pha fulfills current sales obliga  tions  Chief Executive Officer  Kevin Crutchfield said  In all   the layoffs amount to nearly a  tenth of Alphas 13 000 person  work force    Alpha said it is closing four  mines in West Virginia  three in    Virginia and one in Pennsylva  nia  They are a mix of deep and  surface mines  All the mines be  ing closed are non union opera  tions    Alpha didnt immediately  name the mines because it want  ed to inform all the workers first    Though some miners will stay  on to seal the operations  most  will either be reassigned or laid  off immediately    Support positions will also be  cut proportionally as Alpha re  duces its operating regions from  four to two  Crutchfield said  and  two executives will retire Nov  1   It wasnt immediately what other  states would be affected by the  layoffs    Crutchfield called it a difficult  day  but said the shutdowns and  layoffs are a necessary part of en    suring Alpha survives in what  has become a difficult U S  mar  ket  where coal companies face  a dual challenge  Power plants  are shifting to cheap  abundant  natural gas  while companies like  his face a regulatory environ  ment thats aggressively aimed  at constraining the use of coal    We think the actions were  taking are aimed at getting ahead  of this on a proactive basis and  getting set up for 2013 going for  ward  he said    Bristol  Va  based Alpha will  cut production 16 million tons by  early 2013 and reduce overhead  by  150 million as it shifts away  from thermal coal used in domes  tic power generation to concen  trate on metallurgical coal used  in steelmaking overseas    Globally  there remains a    structural undersupply of met  allurgical coal  Crutchfield said   and Alpha expects to see demand  grow by more than 100 million  tons by the end of the decade    Alphas  7 1 billion acquisition  of Massey Energy helped create  one of the most valuable met  coal franchises in the world   Crutchfield said  effectively  doubling its production poten  tial  Alpha now has the worlds  third largest supply of coal   more capacity than any of our  peers    Alpha has 25 million to 30  million tons of export capacity  through the East Coast and the  Gulf of Mexico  giving it the abil  ity to scale up exports quickly  he  said  The global sales and mar  keting initiatives will be led by  Brian Sullivan  the current presi    dent of Alpha Australia LLC  Hes  transferring to the U S  to fill the  vacant post of chief commercial  officer    About 40 percent of Alphas  production cuts will come from  high cost eastern mines that are  unlikely to be competitive for the  foreseeable future  Crutchfield  said  while about half will occur  in the Powder River Basin  the  largest coal producing region in  the U S  The basin is located in  northeast Wyoming    The balance of the cuts will  come from lower quality metal  lurgical coal    The elimination of jobs on  this scale is something I take  very seriously  he said  Unfor  tunately  we think we have to do  it to set the company on the right  foot going forward     The Market in Review    Stocks of Local Interest    YTD    YTD    Ticker Ex   Div   Yld   PE Last   Chg  Chg   Ticker Ex   Div   Yld   PE Last   Chg  Chg   AT T Inc   NY   1 76   4 7   50   37 66     06    24 5   Goodyear   NY     14   12 95     21    8 6   AbtLab   NY   2 04   3 0   18   68 91     21    22 6   Hallibrtn   NY    36   1 0   11   36 57     65    6 0   Accuride   NY     dd   5 04     21    29 2   Humana   NY   1 04   1 5   9   69 83     80    20 3   Agrium g   NY   1 00   1 0   11   103 45     88    54 1   Intel   Nasd    90   3 9   10   23 37     06    3 6   Airgas   NY   1 60   1 9   20   82 66     13    5 9   IBM   NY   3 40   1 6   15   207 07     08    12 6   AlcatelLuc   NY         1 23     04    21 2   IntPap   NY   1 05   3 1   13   34 07     11    15 1   Alcoa   NY    12   1 3   35   9 49     09    9 7   JohnJn   NY   2 44   3 6   22   68 55     30    4 5   AlInceRes   Nasd 4 25   6 8   8   62 92     57    16 8   KimbClk   NY   2 96   3 5   18   83 63     61    13 7   AmExp   NY    80   1 4   14   58 67     51    24 4   Lowes   NY    64   2 2   19   29 18     05    15 0   AGreet   NY    60   3 8   12   15 62     21    24 9   Masco   NY    30   1 9   dd   15 63     11    49 1   Ameriprise   NY   1 40   2 4   12   58 19     15    17 2   McDnlds   NY   2 80   3 0   17   93 08     94    7 2   Apple Inc   Nasd 10 60   1 5   17   701 91    2 13    73 3                   MeadJohn   NY   1 20   1 6   27   75 72    1 70    10 2   Arch Dan   NY    70   2 6   15   27 23     03    4 8           Ashland   NY    90   1 2   cc   74 48    1 10    30 3   Merck   NY   1 68   3 8   20   44 08     08    16 9   ATMOS   NY   1 38   3 9   15   35 37     12    6 1   Microsoft   Nasd    92   3 0   16   31 18     04    20 1   BP PLC   NY   1 92   4 5   6   42 87     40     3   Mosaic   NY   1 00   1 7   13   59 00     68    17 0   Belo   NY    32   4 1   10   7 82     13    24 1   OcciPet   NY   2 16   2 4   12   89 25    81    4 7   Bemis   NY   1 00   3 2   18   31 13     16    3 5   OldNBcp   NY    36   2 6   14   14 07     03    20 8   Big Lots   NY     11   31 56     18    16 4   Oracle   Nasd    24    7   17   33 02     09    28 7   BrMySq   NY   1 36   4 1   16   32 90     17    6 6   PPG   NY   2 36   2 0   16   117 45    1 05    40 7   CSX   NY    56   2 4   13   23 01     25    9 3   PPL Corp   NY   1 44   5 0   10   28 83    14    2 0   Chevron   NY   3 60   3 1   9   116 97     17    9 9   PeabdyE   NY    34   1 4   7   25 06     44    24 3   ChrchllD   Nasd    60   1 0   14   58 95    1 01    13 1   ProctGam   NY   2 25   3 2   18   69 22     03    3 8   Citigroup   NY    04    1   10   33 94     12    29 0   RioTinto   NY   1 64   3 2       52 05     37    6 4   CocaCola s   NY   1 02   2 6   20   38 62     27    10 4   RiteAid   NY     dd   1 30     02    3 2   ColSprtw   Nasd    88   1 7   18   52 09     48    11 9   ScrippsNet   NY    48    8   20   61 16     88    44 2   ConAgra   NY    96   3 7   23   25 64     04    2 9   ScrippsEW   NY     58   10 96     02    36 8   CrackerB   Nasd   1 60   2 5   17   63 62     36    26 2   SearsHIdgs   Nasd    33    dd   61 00    1 00    91 9   DanaHldg   NY    20   15   9   13 58     21    11 8   SonocoP   NY   1 20   4 0   15   30 36    11    7 9   Darling   NY     15   17 78     20    33 8   SykesEnt   Nasd     20   13 77     08    12 1   Dell Inc   Nasd    32   3 0   6   10 57     14    27 8   Toyota   NY    52    6       81 42     01    23 1   DineEquity   NY     12   56 49    1 41    33 8   Tyson   NY    16   1 0   12   16 42     20    20 4   Disney   NY    60   1 2   17   51 90     25    38 4           DollarTr s   Nasd     21   46 82     11    12 7   US Bancrp   NY    78   2 3   13   34 19     26 4   DowChm   NY   1 28   4 1   20   31 02     11    7 9   Vectren   NY   1 40   5 0   14   27 84     14    7 9   DuPont   NY   1 72   3 4   14   51 27     42    12 0   Ventas   NY   2 48   3 9   44   63 05    2 16    14 4   Eaton   NY   1 52   3 2   12   47 65     39    9 5   VerizonCm   NY   2 06   4 6   45   44 91     33    11 9   ExxonMbl   NY   2 28   2 5   12   91 65     26    8 1   WalMart   NY   1 59   2 2   16   73 95     04    23 7   FamilyDIr   NY    84   1 3   18   63 53     71    10 2   Walgrn   NY   1 10   3 1   12   35 66     04    7 9   FifthThird   Nasd    40   2 6   10   15 65     10    23 0   WellPoint   NY   1 15   2 0   8   58 91     10    11 1   FordM   NY    20   1 9   9   10 42     03    3 2   Weyerhsr   NY    60   2 3   41   26 39     45    41 3   FMCG   NY   1 25   3 0   12   41 48     07    12 7   Whrlpl   NY   2 00   2 4   11   82 88     45    74 7   GenElec   NY    68   3 1   18   22 24     19    24 2   WmsCos   NY   1 25   3 7   20   34 08     46    26 4   GlaxoSKIn   NY   2 36   5 0       47 11     53    3 2   YumBrnds   NY   1 14   1 7   21   66 81     27    13 2     Stock Market Indexes    52 Week   High Low Name    Last    Net   Chg    YTD 12 mo   Chg  Chg  Chg    13 653 24   10 404 49 Dow Industrials   13 564 64    11 54     09    11 03    18 90   5 390 11   3 950 66 Dow Transportation   5 083 00    57 46    1 12    1 26    12 48   499 82   411 54 Dow Utilities   467 68    1 58     34     65    5 45   8 515 60   6 414 89 NYSE Composite   8 387 43    21 54     26    12 18    16 22   2 498 89   1 941 99 NYSE MKT Composite 2 490 15    32 27    1 31    9 30    12 22   3 195 67   2 298 89 Nasdaq Composite   3 177 80     87     03    21 98    22 68   1 474 51   1 074 77 S P 500   1 459 32    1 87    13    16 04    21 40   1 030 00   731 62 S P MidCap   1 009 39    6 36     63    14 81    19 71   15 432 54   11 208 42 Wilshire 5000   15 261 51    26 64    17    15 71    20 93   868 50   601 71 Russell 2000   856 93    1 97     23    15 66    24 20    Money Rates     Last   Pvs Wk   Prime Rate   3 25   3 25   Discount Rate   0 75   0 75   Federal Funds Rate    00 25    00 25   Treasuries   3 month   0 10   0 10   6 month   0 14   0 14   5 vear   0 70   0 67   10 year   1 81   1 70   30 year   3 01   2 85    Currencies    Day Ago Pvs Day    Australia    Britain    1 6239    1 6241    Canada     9752     9755    Euro    7671    7630   Japan   78 86   78 74   Mexico   12 8098   12 7920   Switzerlnd    9295    9282   British pound expressed in U S    dollars  All    others show dollar in foreign currency     Dividend Footnotes  a   Extra dividends were paid  but are not included  b   Annual rate plus stock  c   Liquidating dividend  e   Amount declared or  paid in last 12 months  f   Current annual rate  which was increased by most recent dividend announcement  i   Sum of dividends paid after stock split   no regular rate  j   Sum of dividends paid this year  Most recent dividend was omitted or deferred  k   Declared or paid this year  a cumulative issue with  dividends in arrears  m   Current annual rate  which was decreased by most recent dividend announcement  p   Initial dividend  annual rate not known   yield not shown  r   Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus stock dividend  t   Paid in stock  approximate cash value on ex distribution date     Stock Footnotes  g   Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars  h   Does not meet continued listing standards  If   Late  filing with SEC  n   New in past 52 weeks  pf   Preferred  rs   Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50 percent  within the past year  rt   Right to buy security at a specified price  s   Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last  year  un   Units  vj   In bankruptcy or receivership  wd   When distributed  wi   When issued  wt   Warrants  Gainers and  Losers must be worth at least  2 to be listed in tables at left  Most Actives must be worth at least  1  Volume in hundreds of  shares  Source  The Associated Press  Sales figures are unofficial     Stock markets finish day mostly mixed    The Associated Press    Glum economic news from FedEx  left stocks mixed on Tuesday    The Dow Jones industrial aver  age posted a slight gain  but other  indexes fell  Declining stocks out  numbered those that advanced  And  seven of the 10 industries tracked by  the Standard   Poors 500 index de  clined    Stocks broadly have been on a  strong run  The S P 500 is up 14  percent since June 1    The market is at high levels   certainly due for a pullback  and I  suspect well probably see one  said  Peter Cardillo  chief market econo  mist at Rockwell Global Capital    The S P 500 index fell 1 87    points to close at 1 459 32  The  Nasdaq closed down 0 87 point at  3 177 80  The Dow rose 11 54 points  to 13 564 64    Markets had rallied sharply last  week after the Federal Reserve an  nounced aggressive measures intend  ed to kick start the economy  This  week  investors appear more focused  on the weak growth that caused the  Fed to act in the first place    The Feds announcement was for  open ended asset purchases  noted  Charlie Smith  chief investment of  ficer for Fort Pitt Capital Group in  Pittsburgh    The feeling on the Street is  OK   what can they do next  and by defini  tion theres nothing more they can do  than what they announced  he said     That means investors may feel that  theyve gotten all of the gains theyre  going to get after the Feds announce  ment  he said    Ed Hyland  managing director at JP  Morgan Private Bank  said its note  worthy that the market hasnt pulled  back more after its recent run up    Also on Tuesday  the Commerce  Department reported that the cur  rent account deficit  the broadest  measure of American trade  dropped  12 1 percent in the second quarter   Thats down from a record high in  the January through March quarter    The deficit shrank because of an  increase in American exports and  cheaper oil  But economists are pre  dicting it will grow again because of  the global slowdown     Briefs    Apple shares hit   700 for first time   NEW YORK  Apples stock  reached  700 for the first  time on Tuesday  setting  a record for the company  the day after it announced  that orders for its iPhone 5  topped 2 million in the first  24 hours    The stock traded as high  as  701 44 in the morning   up a quarter of a percent  from Mondays close  It lat  er fell slightly  It had come  within 20 cents of  700 on  Monday    The  700 mark is some  what of an arbitrary mile  stone for Apples stock   representing little more  than a nice round number  and a record high trading  level    Apple started taking  orders for the iPhone 5 at  3 a m  EDT Friday  Orders  during the first 24 hours  more than doubled what  Apple had for its predeces  sor  the iPhone 4S  over the  same period last October    Builder confidence  hits 6 year high   LOS ANGELES   Confidence  among U S  homebuilders  rose this month to its high  est level in six years and  many expect the housing  recovery will strengthen  in the next six months    The National Associa  tion of Home Builders   Wells Fargo builder sen  timent index released  Tuesday increased to 40  in September  Thats up  from 37 in August and the  highest reading since June  2006  just before the hous  ing bubble burst    Any reading below 50  indicates negative senti  ment about the housing  market  The index hasnt  reached that level since  April 2006  the peak of the  housing boom    Still  a measure of build  ers outlook for sales in the  next six months rose to 51   Thats up from 43 in Au  gust and also the highest  level since June 2006    Builders also reported  seeing the best sales level  since July 2006  And turn  out by prospective buyers    returned to levels not seen  since May 2006    The survey  which is  based on responses from  445 builders  has been  trending higher since  October  After a dismal  2011  homebuilders have  seen their fortunes begin  to turn around this year  as the housing market re  covery has steadily gained  momentum    FedEx cuts outlook  on economic fears   NEW YORK   FedEx Corp   says the global economy  is stalling  and its going  to get worse next year    A decline in global trade  is shrinking earnings at  the worlds second largest  package delivery company   On Tuesday  FedEx said a  continued slowdown in  the developed world com  bined with high fuel prices  will keep trade volumes at  low levels    FedEx sharply cut its  earnings forecast for the  fiscal year ending in May   It also warned net income  in the current quarter  will fall below analysts  already reduced expecta  tions  FedEx also said ma  jor changes to its Express  unit  the one taking the  brunt of the economic hit   will be announced next  month    Oil prices fall  for second day   NEW YORK   The price of  oil fell for a second day  as  a major shipping company  gave investors reason to  question the strength of  oil demand  Benchmark  crude closed down  1 33  to  95 29 Tuesday in New  York  a drop of 1 4 percent   That followed Mondays  decline of 2 4 percent  giv  ing oil its biggest two day  percentage decrease in  nearly two months    In other futures trading  in New York     Wholesale gasoline  dropped 4 43 cents to fin  ish at  2 899 per gallon     Natural gas fell 9 2  cents to finish at  2 773 per  1 000 cubic feet     Wire reports    Markets    GRAINS    Spot bids to producers at selected  barge loading terminals on the Ohio   River     Upper Ohio  Cincinnati Owensboro    Yellow corn     7 45 7 50   Soybeans     16 16 16 40   Wheat      RJR RAO   Lower Ohio  Owensboro Cairo    Yellow corn     7 20 7 46   White corn     8 15 8 55   Soybeans     16 33 16 40   Wheat     8 19 8 34   Sorghum     7 20    OWENSBORO LIVESTOCK    Feeder cattle weighed at time of ar  rival  Slaughter cows and bulls weighed  at time of sale    Receipts  495   Last year  467   Compared to last Monday  Slaughter  cows and bulls were steady  Feeder steers  and bulls near steady  Feeder heifers  steady to firm  Moderate supply of feeder  cattle with moderate demand    Feeder steers medium   large 1 2   100 200 lbs   190 00 192 00  200 300 lbs    191 00  400 500 lbs   158 50  500 600 lbs     146 50 150 00  600 700 lbs   135 00 137 00   700 800 lbs   130 00    Groups of 20 head or more  34 head 475  lbs   158 50 blk  24 head 542 lbs   150 00 blk    Feeder steers medium   large 2  300   400 lbs   165 00  600 700 lbs   120 00 125 00    Feeder steers medium 1  600 700  120   00     Holstein steers large 3  No Test   Feeder bulls medium   large 1 2 300    400 lbs   160 00 175 00  400 500 lbs      152 00 159 00  500 600 lbs   120 50 137 00   700 800 lbs   105 00    Feeder bulls medium   large 2  400 500  lbs   130 00  500 600 lbs   125 50    Feeder bulls large 1  500 600 lbs    120 50    Feeder heifers medium   large 1 2    100 200162 00  200 300 lbs   150 00 171 00   300 400 lbs   145 00 152 00  400 500 lbs    141 00 151 00  500 600 lbs   129 00 140 00   600 700 lbs   120 00 133  700 800 lbs    105 00 126 50    Feeder heifers medium   large 2  300   400 lbs   142 00  500 600 lbs   123 00 125 00  Slaughter cows breaker 75 80   990   1750  72 50 82 00  H D  83 50 84 50  L D    68 50  69 00   Slaughter cows boners 80 85   740   1275  70 50 80 00  H D  80 50 83 00  L D    63 50  68 00   Slaughter cows lean 85 90   785   1310 58 00 68 50  L D  50 00 55 50  Slaughter bulls Y G  1  1455 2160   97 00 102 00  H D  106 50   Slaughter bulls Y G  2  1710 95 00  Stock cows medium   large 1 2  3 8  years old  3 8 months bred 1070 1425 lbs    950 00 1175 00 per head    Stock cows and calves large 1  2 years  old  1205 lbs   with 200 lbs   calf at side  1425 00 per head    Stock bulls large 1  Angus 1405 lbs    1525 00 per head    Baby calves beef  200 00 per head    CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE    CHICAGO   Grains futures fell Tuesday  on the Chicago Board of Trade    Wheat for December delivery fell 14 50  cents to  8 6350 a bushel  December corn    fell 8 cents to  7 40 a bushel  December  oats fell 10 50 cents to  3 74 a bushel   while November soybeans dropped 29  cents to  16 40 a bushel    Beef and pork futures rose on the Chi  cago Mercantile Exchange    October live cattle rose 0 90 cent to   1 2640 a pound  October feeder cattle  rose 0 37 cent to  1 4737 a pound  while  October lean hogs rose 0 73 cent to 74 10  cents a pound    CHICAGO   Futures trading on the  Chicago Board of Trade Tuesday    Open High Low Settle Chg    WHEAT   5 000 bu minimum  cents per bushel   Dec 881  888 860  863y 2  14    Mar 893y 2 900 873y 2 875   14y 2   May 894  899y 2 873y 2 875   16   Jul 864y 4 869y 2 843  846  16y 2   Sep 863y 2 863  845y 2 845   15    Dec 869  874 Vi 853 854  13    Mar 873 873 859  859   14 Vi   May 860 860 843  845   14 Vi   Jul 800  800  787Vi 787V4  14V4   Sep 787 787 772  772   14V4   Dec 798 798 783  783   14 Va   Mar 792 792 777  777   14V4   May 792 792 777  777   14V4   Jul 798 798 798 798   Est  sales 92 638  Mon s sales 91 156  Mon sopen int 457 356  CORN   5 000 bu minimum  cents per bushel   Dec 748V4 754 739 740  8   Mar 752  758 742  744  8    May 752 757V4 742V4 743   8V4   Jul 745  749 734  735   9   Sep 670 671  660 660  10    Dec 637  646 632  632   8    Mar 650 650 640  640   8     May 652 655 4 647  647   8 A   Jul 653 655 648 648  8    Sep 600  600  592V4 592    8    Dec 591 591 583 583  VA   Jul 594 594 590  590   VA   Dec 576  576  573V4 573   VA   Est  sales 239 299  Mon s sales 223 640  Mon s open int 1 178 796  SOYBEANS   5 000 bu minimum  cents per bushel   Nov 1657 1669 1630  1640  29   Jan 1660 1671  1631  1639 30    Mar 1621  1633  1593  1599   33   May 1546  1559  1520 1536  16    Jul 1519 1532 1492V4 1512   9   Aug 1497  1503 1463V4 1481   3    Sep 1429  1432 1397 1412   1   Nov 1339  1362  1328  1345V4  4    Jan 1350  1350  1348  1348   4    Mar 1341  1345  1341  1345   4    May 1341  1346 1341  1346  4    Jul 1343 1352  1343 1347   5   Aug 1337  1342  1337  1342   5   Sep 1327  1332  1327  1332   5   Nov 1305 1305 1281 1289   4    Jul 1278  1283  1278  1283   4    Nov 1247  1252 1247  1252  4    Est  sales 277 987  Mon s sales 276 836  Mon sopen int734 073    METALS    NEW YORK   Spot nonferrous metal  prices Tuesday    Aluminum   0 9804 per lb   London  Metal Exchange   Copper   3 7613 Cathode full plate   LME    Copper  3 8025 N Y  Merc spot Tuesday  Lead    2242 50 metric ton  London  Metal Exchange    Zinc    0 9314 per lb   London Metal  Exchange   Gold    1769 50 Handy   Harman  only  daily quote     Gold    1768 40 troy oz   NY Merc spot  Tuesday   Silver    34 420 Handy   Harman  only  daily quote     Silver    34 644 troy oz   N Y  Merc spot  Tuesday   Platinum   1670 00 troy oz   N Y   con  tract     Platinum   1636 30 troy oz   N Y  Merc  spot Tuesday    COMMODITIES    Prices for industrial metals and oil fell  Tuesday  as an earnings warning from Fe  dEx gave traders more concern about a  sluggish global economy    The price of palladium fell more than  3 percent  and platinum was down more  than 2 percent  The price of benchmark  crude dropped for the second day in a row   down more than 1 percent in the biggest  two day percentage decrease in nearly  two months    Investors were unnerved after ship  ping company FedEx cut its growth pre  dictions for the fiscal year and said that  more customers are ditching express  air delivery service for cheaper ground  service  Investors pay attention to FedEx  because how much companies ship can  be an important bellwether of their overall  health and the strength of the economy    When the economy slows  prices for  industrial metals and oil usually drop  because theres less demand for them in  manufacturing  construction  transporta    tion and other aspects of industry    Palladium for December delivery fell   21 75  or 3 2 percent  to  667 35 per  ounce  October platinum fell  36 30  or  2 2 percent  to  1 636 30 per ounce  Hope  that protests at South African mines will  wind down also contributed to platinums  fall  Strikes there have turned violent as  miners have protested for higher wages  for more than a month  On Tuesday  one  of the mining companies reached a deal  with its employees  who were expected  to return to work Thursday    The exception in the industrial met  als was December copper  which was  virtually flat  down a half cent to  3 787  per pound    Gold and silver both rose  Decem  ber golds gain was tiny  up 60 cents  to  1 771 20 per ounce  December sil  vers gain was more substantial  rising  35 1 cents  or 1 percent  to  34 718 per  ounce    Energy prices followed industrial met  als lower  Benchmark U S  crude fell  1 33  to  95 29 per barrel  Brent crude  which  helps price international varieties of oil   fell  1 76 to  112 03 per barrel    Gasoline lost 4 43 cents to  2 8990  a gallon  Heating oil fell 3 63 cents to   3 1271 a gallon  Natural gas gave up 9 2  cents to  2 7730 per 1 000 cubic feet    Prices for key crops also ended lower   December wheat fell 14 5 cents  or 1 7  percent  to  8 635 per bushel  December  corn fell 8 cents  or 1 1 percent  to  7 40  per bushel  November soybeans fell 29  cents  or 1 7 percent  to  16 40 per bushel     Staff and wire reports                                                                                                6B  Wednesday  September 19 2012  the gleaner    Advice     Dear Amy  How can   our family move forward  from the mess of an over  planned  underattended  wedding in Europe    The groom  in his mid   30s  has planned every  thing and excluded me   mother of the bride  from  any of the plans  The  brides siblings cant afford   or cant get vacation days  from work  to attend    Yesterday  the groom  called our son and offered  to fly him to Europe for the  wedding but made no such  offer for the brides sisters    Of 200 invited guests   only 40 are expected to  attend  no aunts  uncles  or cousins  As the brides  parents  we gave a fixed  sum of money for the wed    Pour pickle juice over  hard cooked eggs  for pickled flavor   Dear Heloise  I love the  flavor of pickled eggs that  are soaked in the juice  from dill pickles  Is it pos  sible to make them as if I  were making dill pickles      Judy  via email   Dear Judy  Yes  there  are numerous recipes for  pickling eggs  but they may  not taste like the ones that  you just plopped in the dill   pickle jar  For the dill pickle  flavor  try taking the leftover  juice from your dill pickles   heating it and pouring it over  hard cooked eggs    After finishing a jar of  pickles  I like to put sliced  celery  carrots  cucumbers  or hard boiled eggs in the  leftover juice and let it sit for  a few days in the refrigerator      Heloise   Dear Readers  My hus      ding but now  due to the  small gathering expected   the couple will be making  money on the deal    Yesterday  the groom  announced that the one  family friend who can at  tend is not invited to the  rehearsal dinner  after  traveling 6 000 miles    A destination wedding  sounds  at first  like a good  idea  but when the day  nears  it feels exclusionary      band and I love our Texas  Gulf Coast getaway place   but it can be very humid   Moisture sneaks into all  sorts of food packaging   even though we keep our  home temperature con  trolled and dont often open  windows    After opening new jars of  dry products such as instant  coffee  I place plastic seal  ing wrap over the opening   pressing it around the rim   then seal with the lid      Heloise    Send a money saving or  timesaving hint to Heloise  P 0   Box 795000  San Antonio  TX  78279 5000    hollow and pretentious  As  the mother of the bride  I  am filled with sadness    The couple has been  engaged for two years   and we feel so burdened  by the build up  the bad  decisions  the exclusions   waste and self centered   ness of this event  How do  families recover from this   I cant see these relation  ships ever going back to  normal    I love my daughter very  much  but I believe the  consequences of this wed  ding will be the unraveling  of our family  Is there any  hope      Heartbroken   Dear Heartbroken  You   aptly describe the chal  lenges when couples pour    Dear Dr  Graham  My hus  band and I dont think we  ought to force our religious  beliefs on our children  We  believe they should be free  to choose their own beliefs  when they get older    Even if we did force our  ideas on them now  theyd  probably just rebel against  them later     Mrs  V C    Dear Mrs  V C   Let me   ask you a question  Do you  plan to do this with any  other area of your chil  drens lives    For example  do you plan  to let them decide if they  can play in the traffic  or  eat whatever they want  or  brush their teeth    I seriously doubt it  As  parents  you know you  have a responsibility to  keep your children from  harm  and to teach them to  take care of themselves     all of their attention into  trying to create a fantasy  day while causing real   world problems    Often these couples re  turn home after their fan  tasy weddings seriously  let down by the reality of  marriage and family    You and your husband  should meet with the  couple  Do not pile on and  accuse them of creating a  hollow and pretentious  event  but do ask that  they commit some of the  money you contributed to  helping family members  attend the wedding    Otherwise you should  accept that this is not  what you would have  planned and not what you  want  and perhaps not     You also know you have  a responsibility to teach  them the difference be  tween right and wrong  if  you dont  they may end up  in prison    You love your children   and because you do  you  want to do whats best for  them  Jesus said  Which of  you fathers  if your son asks  for a fish  will give him a  snake instead   Luke 11 11     Why  then  would you re  fuse to help them discover  the greatest truth anyone  can ever know  the truth  that God loves them and    what the couple wants at  this point  either     If your daughter is  completely dominated  by a groomzilla who  is demanding and disre  spectful  she is going to  need your support mov  ing forward  You may also  have to accept that you  and she have very differ  ent values    Though this event  might rend the fabric of  your family  dont make  the mistake of assuming  it will unravel     Send questions via email to  askamytribune com or by mail  to Ask Amy  Chicago Tribune   TT500 435 N  Michigan Ave    Chicago  IL 60611     wants to show them His  will for their lives    The reason  I suspect  is  because you havent made  this discovery yourselves   To put it another way  God  isnt important to you  so  you see no reason to teach  your children about Him    My prayer is that you  will examine honestly your  own need of God  and  then open your hearts and  lives to Jesus Christ    Not only will He change  your lives  but Hell help  you become the parents  God wants you to be  as  you teach your children  about His love  both by  your words and your ex  ample     Write to My Answer  c o  Billy Graham  P 0  Box 1270   Charlotte  NC 28201  call  877   2 GRAHAM  or visit www bil   lygraham org     Horoscope    TODAYS BIRTHDAY   Sept    19    You go into this year in  a state of alertness  arming  yourself with the information  and preparation to deal with  whatever comes  Because  youre so ready  a posse will  be honored to join you on  your journey  A potential love  is among them  The most  romantic times are in October   December and June  Aquarius  and Aries people adore you   Your lucky numbers are  6 2   31 59 and 18    ARIES   March 21 April 19    What you do is likely to start  a trend with those around  you and beyond  This is an  excellent reason to check  your actions  attitudes and  behaviors to be sure they are  the ones you would like to see  repeated    TAURUS   April 20 May   20    You see the people  around you as individuals  instead of strangers  This  has a favorable impact on  your comfort level in public   Every time you get a smile  out of someone  youll be  increasingly at ease    GEMINI   May 21 June 21    Intentionality means  you enter an interaction  with an awareness of your  purpose  Having or not having  intentionality will change your  fate  Before you walk out the  door  review your intentions    CANCER   June 22 July  22   The project thats been  simmering on the backburner  now becomes the meaty main  course  Youll change key  elements of your plan in order  to accommodate this delicious  new dish    LEO   July 23 Aug  22   You  may deal with an intimidating  presence  Remember that  everyone is trying to address  basic needs  food  shelter and  fitting in with the group  which  could otherwise be thought of  as protection    VIRGO   Aug  23 Sept  22    Just as a gym membership  at a gym you never go to is  a waste  so is any affiliation  with a group in which you  dont participate  Youll  demonstrate your care  through active involvement     Friend should try to slowly wean himself off oral nicotine    Parents should guide children in religious matters    Dear Dr  Donohue  I have  a friend who hasnt smoked  in a very long time  He  stopped successfully when  he finally began to use nico  tine gum  Hes still using it   Whats going to happen to  him because he has chewed  this gum for so long      Anon    Dear Anon   On the bright  side  your friend has less  ened his chances of lung  damage in the form of  chronic obstructive pul  monary disease  and he  has lessened his chances  of lung cancer     406 Walker Drive   2016  Obamas America  PG   93 min   4 45 7 15    Finding Nemo 3D  G  115   min   7    Finding Nemo  G  115 min    4 30    Resident Evil  Retribution   3D  R  135 min   7 15    Resident Evil  Retribution    R  135 min   4 30    Lawless  R  125 min   4 40   7 25    The Cold Light Of Day  PG   13 110 min   4 30    The Expendables 2  R  103  min   4 50 7 30    The Odd Life of Timothy   Green  PG  120 min   4 35   7 10    The Possession  PG 13 105   min   4 45 7 20    The Words  PG 13 115 min    7 05     AMC EVANSVILLE 16    5401 Lloyd Expressway   2016  Obamas America  PG   93 min   12 20 2 40 5 05 7 25   9 45    Finding Nemo 3D  G  115   min   2 4 30 7 9 30    Hit and Run  R  115 min    12 30 2 50 5 10 7 35 10    Hope Springs  PG 13 115  min   12 15 2 35 4 55 7 20 9 40   The Last Ounce of Courage    PG  101 min   12 30 3 5 30 8   10 25      On the not so bright  side  hes still feeding his  craving for nicotine  With  out a daily dose of nicotine   your friends mood is less  than happy    Nicotine causes a release  of brain chemicals that ease    Lawless  R  125 min   2 35   5 15 7 55 10 35   ParaNorman  PG  96 min    12 05 2 25 4 50 7 15   Premium Rush  PG 13 91  min   9 35    Resident Evil  Retribution    R  135 min   12 10 2 30    Resident Evil  Retribution   3D  R  135 min   5 7 45 10 30    The Bourne Legacy  PG 13    140 min   1 10 4 10 7 05 10 05   The Campaign  R  110 min    12 50 1 55 2 55 4 5 05 6 05   7 15 8 10 9 25 10 15    The Dark Knight Rises  PG   13 180 min   3 05 6 30 9 40    The Expendables 2 R  103   min   12 10 2 45 5 26 7 50   10   20     The Odd Life of Timothy   Green  PG  120 min   noon   2 10 4 40 7 10 9 50    The Possession  PG 13    92 min   1 15 3 25 5 55 8 15   10 35    The Words  PG 13 115 min    12 25 2 50 5 10 7 30 9 50     SHOWPLACE SOUTH    950 S  Hebron Ave    Ice Age 3 PG  95 min   11 55   2 20 4 50 7 10 9 20    The Amazing Spiderman   PG 13 140 min   1 10 4 05 7 05   9 55    Men In Black 3  PG 13 110  min   11 50 2 40 5 10 7 35 10    Tyler Perrys Madeas  Witness Protection  PG 13     his stress  It relaxes him  It  also releases adrenaline   which puts the body on  alert without a reason for  being in the hyper alert  state    Nicotine constricts ar  teries  a temporary effect   but one that does seem to  have a role in artery hard  ening  It increases blood  pressure for a short time  It  does the same for the heart  rate  an unnecessary heart  burden    Your friend must be  strongly habituated to his  nicotine habit  or he would    120 min   11 45 2 15 4 45 7 15   9 45    Madagascar 3  PG 110  min   11 55  2 15  4 35    6 50  9 05    Ted  R  110 min   11 45 2 10   4 45 7 15 9 40    The Watch  PG 13 105 min    11 50 2 30 5 7 30 9 50     SHOWPLACE EAST    1801 Morgan Center Drive  2016  Obamas America  PG   93 min   11 50 2 35 5 10 7 35   9 55    Finding Nemo 3D  G  115   min   11 05 1 40 6 45 9 15    Resident Evil  Retribution   3D  R  135 min   11 30 2 15    7 45    The Dark Knight Rises  PG   13 180 min   11 30 3 6 30 10    Diary of a Wimpy Kid  Dog   Days  PG  110 min   11 1 20   7 10    Finding Nemo  G  115 min    4 10    Hit and Run  R  115 min    11 40 2 15 4 55 7 35 10 05   Hope Springs  PG 13 115  min   11 30 2 05 4 40 7 20   9 50    Lawless  R  125 min   11 35   2 20 5 7 40 10 20    The Odd Life of Timothy   Green  PG  120 min   11 15   1 50 4 25  7 05 9 40   ParaNorman  PG  96 min    11 25 1 55 6 50    ParaNorman 3D PG 96    see that the continuance of  this drug  in any form  isnt  good    Nicotine withdrawal  spawns irritability  anxi  ety  restlessness and de  pression  Those symptoms  disappear rapidly  They  shouldnt be used as an ex  cuse to continue the habit    He can follow the manu  facturers guide to weaning  himself off oral nicotine   From day one and for the  following six weeks  he  chews a piece of gum ev  ery one to two hours  From  week seven to nine  he    min   4 20 9 20    Raiders of the Lost Ark    PG  130 min   11 1 45 4 30   7 15 10    Resident Evil  Retribution    R  135 min   5 10 30    The Bourne Legacy  PG 13    140 min   1 30 4 30 7 30 10 30   The Campaign  R  110 min    11 55 2 40 5 05 7 30 10 05    The Cold Light Of Day  PG   13 110 min   11 20 2 4 45 7 25   10     The Expendables 2 R  103   min   11 40 2 20 5 7 40 10 20    The Last Ounce of Courage    PG  101 min   11 15 2 4 30 7   9 30    The Possession  PG 13 92  min   11 50 2 15 4 50 7 25   9 50    The Words  PG 13 115 min    11 10 1 45 4 20 7 9 35    Total Recall  PG 13 135  min   3 40 10     IMAX THEATRE    Resident Evil  Retribution    chews a piece every two to  four hours  From week 10  through week 12  chewing  is limited to a stick every  four to six hours    After that  the cease   chewing ordinance is in  effect     Dr  Donohue regrets that he is un  able to answer individual letters   but he will incorporate them in  his column whenever possible   Readers may write him or request  an order form of available health  newsletters at P O  Box 536475   Orlando  FL 32853 6475     3D  R  135 min   11 1 45 4 30   7 15 10     SHOWPLACE NORTH    4200 Third Ave    2016  Obamas America  PG   93 min   4 45 7 15    Finding Nemo 3D  G  115   min   6 50    Resident Evil  Retribution   3D  R  135 min   7 20    The Dark Knight Rises  PG   13 180 min   6 30    Finding Nemo  G  115 min    4 15    The Last Ounce of Courage    PG  101 min   5 7 30    Lawless  R  125 min   4 40   7 25    The Odd Life of Timothy   Green  PG  120 min   4 20 7   ParaNorman  PG  96 min    4 40 7 05    Resident Evil  Retribution    R  135 min   4 30    The Words  PG 13 115 min    4 35 7 10     LIBRA   Sept 23 Oct 23    Ideally  you make your own  emotional weather  but  sometimes you need a little  help from outside elements   You are more likely to slip  into a good mood when you  go where other people are  laughing    SCORPIO   Oct  24 Nov  21    Shared experience bonds  you with your colleagues    This is humanity at its best   belonging to one another in  some intangible but very real  way  Youll always have this  commonality    SAGITTARIUS   Nov  22 Dec    21   You cant be there and  here at the same time  In  order to progress  you have  to risk something  to get your  feet off of here and move   There is no other way    CAPRICORN   Dec    22 Jan  19   Much could be  accomplished if you were to  join forces with people who  think like you  But do you know  anyone like that  Investigate  in forums where youre likely  to find kindred spirits    AQUARIUS   Jan 20 Feb    18   Money  How you  spend it and what it gets  you will be the theme  You  may feel that youre not  getting a good value for  your dollar  and youre on to  something  Investigate  Being  knowledgeable will get you  more    PISCES   Feb  19 March 20    You dont learn to swim by  jumping off of a high dive  and seeing what happens   Putting your face in the water  should come first  Likewise   your current project is best  addressed in stages     Happy birthday     Author Roger Angell is 92     TV host James Lipton  Inside the Ac  tors Studio  is 86     Actress Rosemary Harris is 85     Former Defense Secretary Harold  Brown is 85     Actor Adam West is 82     Retired MLB All Star pitcher Bob Tur  ley is 82     Singer songwriter Paul Williams is 72      Singer Bill Medley is 72     Singer Freda Payne is 70     Golfer Jane Blalock is 67     Actor Randolph Mantooth is 67     Rock singer musician Lol Creme  lOcc   is 65     Country singer Trisha Yearwood is 48     Comedian and TV talk show host Jim  my Fallon is 38     Actress TV host Alison Sweeney is 36     JANRIC   CLASSIC   SUDOKU   Fill in the blank cells using  numbers 1 to 9  Each number  can appear only once in each  row  column  and 3x3 block   Use logic and process of  elimination to solve the puzzle   The difficulty level ranges from  Bronze  easiest  to Silver to  Gold  hardest     Solution to 9 18 12    9 19 12    8   9   1   6   5   2   4   3   7   4   2   5   3   9   7   6   1   8   6   3   7   1   4   8   9   5   2   9   8   6   7   3   5   1   2   4   3   5   4   2   1   6   8   7   9   1   7   2   4   8   9   3   6   5   2   4   9   5   6   1   7   8   3   5   1   3   8   7   4   2   9   6   7   6   8   9   2   3   5   4   1    Rating  GOLD     5       7    6     2       3      8   6   1    2        8     6   1    4     2    6     9    9   6     7        4    8   3   9      2       5     1    9       7     Movie times   SHOWPLACE HENPERSON                                                                the gleaner if Wednesday September 19 2012 if 7B    WORLD    Chinas chaotic health care drives doctor attacks     Patients face lengthy  waits  short appointments     ASSOCIATED PRESS    A security guard looks at the queue of the patients lining up to enter a hospital in Shanghai  Despite an injection of more than   240 billion in government funding into health care over the past three years  the doctor patient relationship has continued to  break down  Doctors are overworked and underpaid  and many push drug sales or charge extra for services such as deliveries  to make more money  Patients are faced with high medical expenses  brief consultations and often poor quality care  The anger  built up over years is now exploding into violence  with doctors  nurses and interns around the country stabbed  punched or  otherwise assaulted by patients or their relatives over the past year      People wait outside a hospital for their doctors appointments in Beijing     By Gillian Wong   Associated Press    HENGYANG  China   Dr  Chen  Yuna had just eaten her  lunch and was seated at  her desk updating patients  medical records when a  masked man entered her  office  He pulled out a  dagger and stabbed her 28  times in her neck  chest   stomach and elsewhere   Then he left her to die in  a pool of blood    He knew the hospital  well enough to slip out  easily  Before he became  Chens killer  the man had  been her patient    Chens murder in cen  tral Hunan province is  one of thousands of violent  attacks in recent years by  patients that have crystal  lized public discontent  with Chinas health care  system  the largest in the  world    Despite an injection of  more than  240 billion in  government funding into  health care over the past  three years  the doctor   patient relationship has  continued to break down   Doctors are overworked  and underpaid  and many  push drug sales or charge  extra for services such as  deliveries to make more  money  Patients are faced  with high medical expens  es  brief consultations and  often poor quality care    The governments at  tempts to fix the system  may even have made some  things worse  Its rapid ex  pansion of insurance cov  erage means that more  patients can pay for health  services  which are mostly  provided by public hospi  tals  But even as demand  has gone up  doctors and  funding are still in short  supply  Hospitals are of  ten scenes of disarray  with  beds overflowing out of  wards into corridors and  shouting matches between  patients and medical staff    The anger built up  over years is now explod  ing into violence  with  doctors  nurses and in  terns around the country  stabbed  punched or other  wise assaulted by patients  or their relatives over the  past year  A few have died   Although official data is  unavailable  state media  reports say there were  more than 17 000 violent  incidents at health care  facilities nationwide in  2010  a 70 percent increase  from 2004    In a top Beijing hospital  in September last year  a  54 year old cancer patient  stabbed a doctor 17 times  after a dispute  In the  northeastern city of Har  bin in March  a 17 year   old patient with a spinal  disease attacked doctors  with a fruit knife  leading  to the death of an intern   One month later in Beijing   a man identified as a pa  tient stabbed two doctors    Chinas doctors are in  crisis  the British medi  cal journal Lancet said in  a May editorial urging a  government inquiry into  the spate of violence and  solutions to ending it       The story of Chens  murder is told through  interviews with Chens  husband  her co workers   a patient and police  and  supported by photos and  reports from the local  health bureau and state  media  The alleged as  sailants family could not  be reached despite numer  ous attempts  very little  is publicly known about  him  He has been charged  with murder    Chen grew up sur  rounded by the medical  profession  As a child in  the late 1970s  she lived on  a hospital compound with  her parents  who both  worked as doctors  Many  of her relatives were also  doctors    Around her  however   the world of Chinese  health care was changing    When the Communist  Party took control in  1949  it created a centrally  planned medical system  that ran large facilities  in cities and deployed    barefoot doctors into the  countryside to vaccinate  children and promote  hygiene  But by the early  1980s  free market re  forms were virtually dis  mantling the health care  system    The government cut  funding to hospitals   They were allowed to  make hefty profits from  new drugs and technolo  gies instead  and doctors  bonuses were tied to these  revenues  So doctors had  an incentive to sell more  drugs and tests even if  they werent needed  and  expenses skyrocketed    Chen graduated in med  icine from a local univer  sity in 2001 and joined her  father at the Hengyang  No  3 Peoples Hospital   She kept journals with  detailed medical notes  about her patients and a  Chinese to English glos  sary of medication names  in the back    Chen specialized in tu  berculosis because most  of her patients suffered  from it  including the  man who would later kill  her    By many accounts   Chen  34  loved her pro  fession and worked hard   She was very warm  very  caring  said Jian Hon   gjiang  who was Chens  patient when he was hos  pitalized in June for TB   She came to see me every  day and always asked me  if I was feeling better  I  was shocked when I heard  what happened to her    Chen  like most doc  tors  rarely had public  holidays off and worked  many weekends  Her  phone rang daily with  calls from patients with  questions and requests    One of the last text mes  sages she sent was to her  department head on April  21  when she was out of  town with her husband   Ive already accounted  for my patients  their  conditions are all stable   she wrote  Some days she  came home from work and  remarked  Today was  such a hard day    Chens workload was  not unusual  In a survey  released February of more  than 10 000 doctors by the  online medical network  Dingxiangyuan  a third  said they saw more than  50 patients a day  some  more than 100    Hard work and low  government set salaries  have made the medical  profession one of the least  popular in China  Entry   level doctors in major cit  ies earn about 3 000 yuan    500  a month  doctors  say  about the average in  come of university grad  uates despite more work  and more risk  In grass  roots facilities like the  hospital Chen worked in   salaries are even lower   After 11 years  Chen was  earning only around 3 500  yuan   550  a month  more  if she saw more patients    The low wages have led  to widespread and well   known corruption  which  fuels hatred of doctors   Many users of popular  online microblogs have  cheered the attacks on  doctors as rightful pun  ishment for corrupting  the health care system    The April stabbing was  not Chens first encounter  with violence  In Septem  ber  a patient threatened  her with a knife over a  dispute about him cud  dling with his girlfriend  in front of other patients  in the ward    Terrified  she called her  husband  Liao Chongzhou   who rushed to the hospi  tal  Police took statements  but the patient was dis  charged without incident    Liao did not think too  much of it  This kind of  thing happens all the time  in grassroots hospitals   said Liao  who used to be  a doctor too until he quit  last year  fed up with what  he described as overly de  manding patients    It was only after reports  of doctors being severely  attacked elsewhere earlier  this year that he called his    wifes hospital and sug  gested they beef up secu  rity  Liao told a hospital  official  If something  happens  it will be too late  for regrets       Meanwhile  Wang Yun   sheng was growing more  frustrated by the day    A decade ago  Wang left  his rural home in Hunan  at 15 for the prosperous  south to work to help sup  port his family  Last year   while doing construction  in Guangdong province   he started coughing in  cessantly  Several hospi  tal trips later  he was diag  nosed with tuberculosis    The 25 year old mi  grant worker took two  courses of medication and  showed signs of improve  ment  but suffered from  insomnia and a rash on  his arms  possibly as side  effects    In July last year  Wang  went home to Hengyang  and turned to the No  3  hospital for help  He spent  28 days in the hospital and  at least 8 600 yuan   1 350    about one and a half  times the annual income  of a farmer  He was told  that he had drug resistant  TB that is hard to cure    About half his hospital  expenses were covered  by insurance  one report  says  but drug resistant  TB is expensive to treat  and would have cost him  tens of thousands of yuan  over the next few years   With a family to feed   medical bills were the last  things he needed    In general  the gov  ernments expansion of  health insurance cover  age  from 30 percent  of the population in 2003  to 96 percent last year   has made it more afford  able for people to seek  health care  As one re  sult  hospital admissions  have surged by two and a  half times over the same  period  At many top city  hospitals  patients line up  overnight for consultation  tickets or are gouged by  scalpers for them    The supply cannot  catch up with demand   you have long waiting  times  doctors on average  spend five minutes with  patients and dont have  time to communicate well  with their patients and  that creates problems   said Yanzhong Huang  an  expert on Chinas health  reforms at the Council on  Foreign Relations    At the same time  insur  ance benefits are still too  shallow to cover major  illnesses such as cancer   HIV AIDS or TB  de  scribed by health econo  mists as catastrophic  because treatment often  wipes out family savings   Spending on health care  as a share of household  expenditure in China has  gone up by 2 3 percent a  year in the past few years   according to a Lancet  study in March    Because patients are  spending a lot  their ex  pectations increase  doc  tors say     Part of the violence  against health workers  is because people dont  know the limitations of  medicine and medical  care and they expect that  if they pay  the cure will  come  said Sarah Bar  ber  a health expert at the  World Health Organiza  tions office in China  I  think you have a gap be  tween the expectations  and what can realistically  be achieved    Wang believed that  doctors were lying to him  when they called his con  dition hard to treat  and  that he developed drug  resistance due to bad  treatment    He grew despondent   His anger zeroed in on  his main physician  Chen       April 28 began like any  other day  Chen started a  24 hour shift at 8 a m  by  checking on her patients  at the decades old  run  down hospital  in a for  ested area in the rural out  skirts of Hengyang  The  three nurses on duty on  her floor left to check on  patients  Chen was alone    Wang walked into her  office unnoticed around  midday    Ten minutes later   nurses found Chen lying  on the floor bleeding to  death  Bloody footprints  marked the corridor and  a staircase leading to the  ground floor    Liao  her husband  was  returning to his office  from lunch when his in  laws tried to reach him   He rushed to the hospital   but police would not let  him near the crime scene   Finally  they told him she  was in a morgue     There  Liao stroked his  wifes face and thought  how she looked like she  was just asleep  Then he  examined the wounds  on her neck  heart  liver   back  chest and left arm   He fell to the floor    At that time  I lost con  trol  I could not feel my  limbs  Liao said  I stud  ied medicine and so Im  used to seeing things like  this  but this is a person I  loved    I could not take it    The next day  several  dozen former school  mates joined him in a  protest at the hospital  over the safety of medi  cal staff  They blocked  the entrance  strung up  a banner across the gate  and set up a picture of the  slain doctor    A passing taxi driver had  seen a man with bloodied  hands outside the hospital   and helped police identify  Wang from a list of Chens  patients  They arrested  Wang near a train station  with a dagger in his pos  session  Police said he  was angry and asked why  they did not take his side  against the doctor    Now the hospital has  set up a security post in  the middle of the sprawl  ing compound  though  three guards on duty were  napping or otherwise not  watching during a recent  visit by The Associated  Press    It can be said that my  wifes life has been given  up in exchange for a secu  rity post  Liao remarked    Hospital officials  reached by phone said they  had no comment on the at  tack on Chen or the state of  security at the facility    A few days after Chen    Liao Chongzhou holds a por  trait of his deceased wife   Dr  Chen Yuna in Hengyang   in Hunan Province  China   Dr  Chen died while working  in an office on the fourth  floor of the inpatient build  ing of the Hengyang No  3  Peopleis Hospital when a  former patient  Wang Yun   sheng  stabbed her with a  dagger 28 times on April 28     was murdered  the Health  Ministry and Public Secu  rity Ministry issued a joint  notice saying people who  threaten  insult or injure  medical staff or who bring  flammable or explosive ma  terials into hospitals will be  held criminally responsi  ble  People are also barred  from setting up mourning  halls or burning funeral  money in these facilities   common methods of pro  test  Police posts have been  set up in hospitals across  the country  while doctors  in some cities have been  trained in self defense    The government has  also announced a code  of conduct barring doc  tors from seeking bribes  and accepting kickbacks  from medical companies   It is also testing differ  ent models of funding at  many hospitals to reduce  reliance on drug profits   but the situation is not  expected to improve soon    For Liao  the death of  his wife was like the sky  had fallen  He tells their  6 year old daughter that  her mother is in heaven  getting treatment for an  illness  one day when she  is older  he says  he will  tell her the truth    He waits for the day the  killer is put on trial and  expects the maximum  sentence    For the murderer  he  should repay the life he  has taken with his own  life  and that should  serve as a lesson for oth  ers  Liao says  It should  serve as a wake up call for  patients and doctors    Be  cause if this kind of thing  happens again  it will  mean that my wife died  in vain                                                 8B  Wednesday September 19 2012  the gleaner    Wayne Hart s   five day forecast    Almanac    HENDERSON TEMPERATURES    High low Monday    HENDERSON TEMPERATURE TRENDS    100     86 86    80   60   40    Ttttt   63 I I 63 64   57 57 57 59    7 i 7 o   I I   64    W Th F Sa Su M Tu   Normal High Normal Low    HENDERSON PRECIPITATION j   24 hours ending 6 p m  Tuesday   0 00    Month to date   5 83    Year to date   25 86    Deviation for month    4 07    Deviation for year    6 43     UV INDEX 3    The higher the AccuWeather com UV Index  number  the greater the need for eye and skin  protection    f  HIGH  30 minutes to burn     Today    Thursday    Friday    C    Mostly sunny  pleasant   72 48    Partly cloudy  breezy    warmer   80 54    72 64    High low Tuesday  as of 6 p m     70 59   Normal high low   80 57   Record high for Tuesday   100 in 1953   Record low for Tuesday   35 in 1937   High low since first of the month   93 52   High low September temp  on record 104 33   Tuesday s temperatures   Midnight 66 10 a m    61   2 a m  66 Noon   64     4 a m  66 2 p m    68   6 a m  63 4 p m    70   8 a m  59 6 p m    64   Humidity Tuesday at 3 p m    32      Chicago   69 52   O    F 4    Detroit C 4    k 65 51 mo   T     Cleveland   O South Bend 63 47   68 52    Clouds increase  sct d  t showers  windy   81 53    Saturday    CX   Clearing skies  breezy   much cooler   71 46    Sunday    Mostly sunny  pleasant   73 49    National Forecast     AccuWeather com    Shown are noon positions of weather systems and  precipitation  Temperatures bands are highs for the day      FT 1 0  3 1  33  FT1 1 YT 1 1   Cold front    Shown is todays weather  Temperatures are todays highs and tonights lows     After a cold start  temperatures will rebound into the low 70s this afternoon  The warming  trend will continue through Friday before the next cold front arrives late Friday  Scattered  showers and thundershowers will develop ahead of the front Friday  ending at night in time  for a nice weekend _   Forecasts and graphics  with the exception of WEHT  forecasts  provided by  AccuWeather  Inc  2012    Showers Rain T storms Snow   Flurries Ice   RIVERS   LAKES   Yesterday at 7 a m    Stages   24 hour   change   Ohio River     Evansville   13 35    0 22   Newburgh   12 67    0 21   Uniontown   12 78    0 11   Louisville Dam   12 60    2 19   Ohio River will befalling      Green River     Calhoun   9 95    0 14   Green River will be falling     Barkley Lake     Above dam   356 30   none   Below dam   304 40    0 20   Water temperature    78   Kentucky Lake     Above dam   356 35    0 10   Below dam   303 21    0 14   Water temperature    79    Warm front    Stationary front    GROWING DEGREE DAYS    Yesterday   Month to date  normal   Season to date  normal     18   381  364   4311  3414     COOLING DEGREE DAYS     Yesterday     0   Month to date  normal     126  128    Year to date  normal     1697 1278     SUN   MOON    First   Full   Last   New             c   Sept  22   Sept  29   Oct  8   Oct  15   Sunrise today    6 36 a m    Sunset today    6 52 p m    Moonrise today    10 41 a m    Moonset today    9 06 p m     Cairo Elementary holding  Fitness is Funprogram   The Cairo Elementary School  PTA will conduct a special assembly  on Friday called Fitness is Fun to  stress the importance of the Mea  sures of Academic Progress testing  and to encourage students to con  tinue to work hard    The program will be in two ses  sions  with third through fifth grades  attending at 8 45 a m  and kindergar  ten through second grades at 9 45  a m    Bend Gate hosting  Health Fair Sept  27   Bend Gate Elementary School  has invited its students and parents      Health Fair at the school on Sept  27    From 5 to 7 p m   health fair booths  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Gleaner (The), 2012-09-19

20 pages, edition 01

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   Henderson County (The Western Coal Fields Region)