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Teen arrested on gun shooting charge SPORTS
BY JAKE RUSSELL squad car he was driving and a
AND MARIA NAGLE
Nobody injured; bullet holes found in church pickup truck collided about 7:50
p.m. at North Main Street and In-
No one was injured in a north- with a 21-year-old man at North Church of God in Christ, 710 N. dependence Avenue.
east Jacksonville shooting Thurs- Clay Avenue and East Dunlap Clay Ave. The accident occurred as Mc-
day night, but a responding offi- Street, Jacksonville Police Dep- It is unclear how the boy came Intire and other officers nearby
cer was hurt in a crash on his way uty Chief Tim Shea said. During in possession of the handgun or were responding to assist Jack-
there. the ﬁght, he reportedly came into what caused the ﬁght, Shea said. sonville Police with the shooting,
Skee David Sanders, 17, of 330 possession of a handgun and ﬁred The case remains under investiga- South Jacksonville Police Chief
E. Walnut St. was arrested about multiple rounds at the man. tion. Richard Evans said.
7:40 p.m. Thursday on a charge of Nobody was injured in the South Jacksonville Patrolman “A lieutenant had a suspect
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aggravated discharge of a ﬁrearm. shooting, but bullet holes were Donnie McIntire was taken to Who will fill graduates’ shoes?
Sanders was involved in a ﬁght found in Community Temple Passavant Area Hospital after the GUN, see Page 8 Story on Page 9.
BY MARY FOSTER
NEW ORLEANS — While sci-
entists have been battling to keep a
ravenous, invasive ﬁsh species out
of the Great Lakes, some worry
that spring ﬂoods along the Missis-
sippi River may be spreading the
Asian carp downstream.
Duane Chapman, a U.S. Geo-
logical Survey biologist and Asian
carp expert, says the ﬁsh are likely
to show up in places where Missis-
sippi floodwaters intruded. They
can weigh up to 100 pounds, grow
4 feet long and live for 25 years.
They could be crowding out
food sources of native species for
“I think there is a very serious
issue here,” said Chapman. “We
may now be ﬁnding them in lakes,
ponds, bayous, anywhere the riv-
er water went. Those things will be
full of carp now.”
Asian carp is a term applied to
Lisa Horton uses an electromagnetic field (EMF) detector in an upstairs costume room Friday before the start of a ghost several related species of carp that
hunt in the former Williamson Funeral Home, now home to the Jacksonville Theatre Guild. Horton is a member of 217 were brought to the United States
Paranormal Night Owls, an all-female paranormal investigation team based in Central Illinois. in the 1970s to control algae in cat-
fish farms in the South. Floods
washed them into the Mississippi
Ghost hunters gather
15th annual Haunted Midwest Conference in Jacksonville this weekend
ASIAN CARP, see Page 8
BY CODY BOZARTH
come here if it wasn’t for the con-
It’s a seemingly contradictory
sentiment shared among those
who hunt ghosts and seek out the
Tickets are still on sale as the
event continues today.
American Ghost Society Vice
paranormal that the array of tele-
vision programs propelling inter-
est are dismissed as being junk
President Len Adams said being a
successful conference — especially
in a slumping economy — is stand-
1st day of
For Troy Taylor, founder of the
American Ghost Society, it’s a dou-
ing apart from the competition.
“There’s a lot of imitations
around the countr y, but what I
ble-edged sword. think we’re known for is the qual- BY MICHAEL TARM
“They bring in people that are ity of our speakers. People aren’t ASSOCIATED PRESS
interested in what’s on TV, and shortchanged,” Adams said. “You CHICAGO — Jurors at the
the people who are really interest- better give the people their mon- corruption retrial of ousted Il-
ed are the ones who end up stay- ey’s worth because they don’t have linois Gov. Rod Blagojevich be-
ing behind,” Taylor said. “They’re to be here.” gan their deliberations Friday but
a necessary evil in getting people And while people now have to went home for the weekend after
into the ﬁeld sometimes.” pay exorbitant gasoline prices to meeting for just a few hours.
About 200 people from all over JOURNAL-COURIER/NICK TURNER travel, they still come from all over. The jury will resume delibera-
the country traveled to Jackson- Tiffany Johnson conducts a psychic reading of an audience “People come here to get their tions Tuesday on several charges,
ville for the 15th annual Haunted member Friday during the 2011 Haunted America Midwest questions answered. And we’re including that Blagojevich sought
Midwest Conference. Conference held on the Illinois College campus. not promising we can answer to sell or trade President Barack
It is the ﬁrst time the event has those questions because this is Obama’s vacated U.S. Senate seat
been held in the city, and Taylor a field that’s wide open,” Adams and tried to shake down execu-
said he expects to return the event event here this year because of its “We had things we could offer said. “These people who say they tives by threatening state deci-
next year to Decatur where it has history. for those who would never have have all the answers, they’re full of sions that would hurt their busi-
been held several times before. “There’s a lot of good ghost sto- come to Jacksonville. I had a lot beans. There’s no one who has all nesses.
Taylor has been to Jacksonville ries here and we do a lot of dif- of people say to me, ‘This is a re-
several times and chose to hold the ferent stuff here,” Taylor said. ally nice town. I would never have HAUNTED, see Page 8 BLAGOJEVICH, see Page 8
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2 Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Ill., Saturday, June 11, 2011
T O D A Y ’ S
IN BRIEF obituaries
Shedd Aquarium has died.
Unoccupied RV catches ﬁre The aquarium, in a statement released Friday, an-
DOYLE DEAN HAMMACK, 83, of Havana, died
Thursday morning, June 9, 2011, at his residence.
(J-C) — An alert motorist spotted a nounced the dolphin calf died Thursday afternoon. The calf
Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday at
vehicle on ﬁre while driving by a res- was born June 3 to Tique, whose previous pregnancies end-
Hurley Funeral Home in Havana, with burial at Laurel Hill
idence on Apples Road near Chapin ed in a stillbirth and a calf dying shortly after birth.
Cemetery in Havana. Visitiaton will be from 5-7 p.m. Mon-
Friday afternoon. Aquarium president Ted Beattie said staff worked tire-
day at the funeral home.
Matt McGlasson saw the ﬁre in an lessly to provide Tique and the calf with the best possible
unoccupied RV while driving to his care. He called the calf’s death “a difﬁcult loss.”
RICHARD ALLAN LARRICK JR., 56, of rural
grandpa’s house about 12:25 p.m. Fri- Aquarium ofﬁcials say a necropsy performed by Shedd
Timewell, and formerly of Winchester, died Thurs-
day. He contacted his cousin, Don Mc- NEWSREEL veterinarians and pathologists was inconclusive.
day afternoon, June 9, 2011, at his residence. Fu-
video at myjournalcourier.com
Glasson, who alerted the Chapin Fire neral services will be held 11 a.m. Monday at Hendrick-
By the time ﬁreﬁghters arrived, the RV was totaled. Illinois takes over land er Funeral Home in Mount Sterling, with burial at Mount
Sterling City Cemetery where military rites will be con-
The owner was not at the home at the time. Nobody was
injured in the ﬁre. near old reﬁnery ducted. Visitation will be from 4-6 p.m. Sunday at the fu-
neral home. Friends may also call from 8 a.m. until time of
The ﬁre started in the engine compartment and explod- SPRINGFIELD (AP) — The state of Illinois has taken services Monday at the funeral home.
ed a nearby propane tank, making it bigger, said Chapin possession of 1,900 acres in southeast Illinois and will add
Fire Chief Shane Carriger. 400 more over the next few months as part of a settlement MARYELLE “ELLE” JOY WEATHERFORD of Ottawa
with operators of a former reﬁnery. died Thursday, June 9, 2011, at Advocate Christ Medical
Center in Oak Lawn. Funeral services will be Noon Mon-
Coroner: Heat contributed The Illinois Department of Natural Resources said Fri-
day it will begin work to restore and preserve the land day at Mueller Funeral Home in Ottawa. Graveside ser-
near the former Indian Reﬁnery and a wildlife habitat near vices will be held 1 p.m. Tuesday at Oakland Cemetery
to woman’s death the Embarras River. The reﬁnery near Lawrenceville was in Meredosia. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to the time of
services Monday at the funeral home.
BLOOMINGTON (AP) — Authorities in central Illinois owned by Texaco Inc. and is a federal Superfund cleanup
site. Lawrenceville is about 150 miles southeast of Spring-
say the extreme heat earlier this week likely contributed to
the death of a 59-year-old Bloomington woman. ﬁeld near the Indiana state line.
The state of Illinois and Texaco reached an agreement
McLean County Coroner Beth Kimmerling on Thurs-
earlier this year over contamination of wetlands at the site DORIS JUNE BALDRIDGE, 81, of Elgin, died Friday,
day said the woman had underlying medical conditions that
near the river. Texaco agreed to turn over the land and June 10, 2011, at St. Alexis Medical Center in Hoffman Es-
were “exacerbated” by the hot conditions.
pay $1.7 million. tates. Arrangements are pending at Buchanan & Cody Fu-
The (Bloomington) Pantagraph reports that an air condi-
neral Home in Jacksonville.
tioner repairman found the woman dead Wednesday after-
noon. Bloomington ﬁreﬁghters say the temperature exceed-
ed 100 degrees inside her home, with all of the windows and Man pleads guilty in wife’s death DWIGHT BOLLMAN, 70, of Milton, died Friday eve-
ning, June 10, 2011, at the Eastside Healthcare and Reha-
doors shut. The National Weather Service says outdoor tem- WHEATON (AP) — A suburban Chicago man suspect- bilitation Center in Pittsﬁeld. Arrangements are pending
peratures reached 94 degrees on Wednesday. ed of killing his pregnant wife in front of their 4-year-old at Niebur Funeral Home in Pittsﬁeld.
Kimmerling says it was the ﬁrst heat-related death in daughter has pleaded guilty to ﬁrst-degree murder and
the McLean County this year. the intentional homicide of his unborn son.
The Chicago Tribune says 32-year-old Eric Gilford of
Downers Grove entered the plea on Friday after DuPage
Shedd Aquarium announces County prosecutors agreed not to seek more than 140
years in prison.
death of dolphin calf Gilford is accused of stabbing 35-year-old Kristine Gil-
CHICAGO (AP) — A newborn dolphin at Chicago’s ford 17 times.
FROM OFFICIAL REPORTS OF PUBLIC RECORD
of the damage occurred in the Virginia area. Limbs were Maryelle ‘Elle’ Joy Weatherford
Morgan County down throughout Winchester and power poles were top- 2010 - 2011
Sheriff pled near Taylor Lane and Coal Mine Road in Scott County.
• O T T AWA •
• Kenneth Vanbebber, 41, of 201 E. Michigan St., Mur- Jacksonville Police Maryelle “Elle” Joy Weatherford passed peacefully in the
rayville, was arrested about 12:45 a.m. on charges of driv- arms of her loving parents Thursday, June 9, 2011, at Advo-
BURGLARIES, THEFTS cate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.
ing under the inﬂuence of alcohol and/or drugs, driving • Casey’s General Store at 525 E. Morton Ave. report-
on a suspended or revoked license and illegal transporta- Elle was born Sept. 23, 2010. During her eight short
ed Friday receiving a check in March that was returned months here on Earth she touched many lives and was
tion of liquor. as a forgery.
• Adam G. Billows, 25, of 4411 Venetian Drive, Spring- loved deeply by family and friends.
• About 11 a.m. Friday an ofﬁcer recovered a $10 Funeral services will be Noon Monday at the Mueller
ﬁeld, was arrested about 5:40 p.m. Friday on charges of pos- counterfeit bill at a business in the Lincoln Square Shop-
session of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia. Funeral Home in Ottawa with Stacey Jutila, Chaplain, of
ping Center. Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn officiating.
BURGLARIES, THEFTS • A resident in the 1300 block of South East Street re-
• A rural Jacksonville resident reported Friday that she Burial will be at Oakland Cemetery in Meredosia at 1 p.m.
ported about 11:50 a.m. Friday a theft from her checking Tuesday. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to the time of ser-
owes $500 in taxes because in 2009 someone used her So- account.
cial Security number to claim contest or lottery winnings. vices Monday at the funeral home.
• Someone stole a silver Redline bicycle between 7:30 Elle is the daughter of Glenn and Alaina (Borrowman)
• A Franklin man Friday asked to talk to an ofﬁcer and a.m. and 3 p.m. Friday from the bike rack at Lincoln Ele-
ﬁle a report about being the victim of a scam. Weatherford of Ottawa. In addition to her parents, she is
mentary School, 320 W. Independence Ave. survived by her big sister, Ava; and her big brother, Wes.
VANDALISM • A resident in the 400 block of East Lafayette Avenue
• The sheriff’s department received reports Friday Elle enjoyed cuddling with her family and hanging out
reported about 3:20 p.m. Friday that someone stole metal with all her favorite nurses and doctors.
morning of mailboxes on South Finch and Leach Farm items from her garbage cans.
roads being damaged. The family would like to thank the staff at Christ Medical
Center NICU and at Hope Children’s Hospital PSHU for the
• A storm about 6:30 p.m. Friday toppled utility poles South Jacksonville Police incredible care provided to Elle and the entire family. They
would also like to thank the staff at the Ronald McDonald
near Pink Alley and Masters Street in Murrayville. Barri- ARRESTS, CITATIONS
House for providing a home away from home.
cades were placed at the sites until Ameren Illinois could • Robert Allen McMurl, 41, of Beardstown was arrest-
Memorials may be directed to the family for a charity to
make repairs. ed about 12:10 a.m. Friday on a charge of driving while li-
be determined at a later date. The online guestbook may be
Two utility poles were knocked down on Merritt Road, cense revoked.
viewed and remembrances shared at www.MuellerFH.com.
Bob Fitzsimmons, executive director of Morgan County • A 17-year-old male was cited about 3 p.m. Friday on a
Emergency Services and Disaster Agency, said. He said charge of operating an uninsured motor vehicle.
he was not aware of any other damage in the county from
the storm. • The sheriff’s departments in Cass, Greene and Scott U P C O M I N G
The sheriff’s departments for Scott and Cass coun- counties had no arrests, crimes or serious accidents to report.
ties received several reports of tree limbs and power lines
knocked down during the storm. In Cass County most
BRIDGES, DEBBIE M. today at the church. Sag-
er Funeral Home in Beard-
2 p.m. today, West-
stown is in charge of local
fair Baptist Church. Con-
COURT DOCKET cord Cemetery. The fam-
ily will meet friends from
noon until time of services SCHILDMAN, JEAN L.
today at the church. Wil-
Schuyler County court notes liamson Funeral Home in
Jacksonville is in charge of
11:30 a.m. today at Yates-
The following action was taken in Schuyler Circuit Court be- arrangements. ville Cemetery, west of
fore Judge Scott J. Butler, according to State’s Attorney Teena M. Prentice. The family will
Grifﬁn: meet friends from 10-11
• CALEB M. PELLINGHELLI, 20, of Rushville was sen- HAMMOND, REV. FRED G. a.m. today at Buchanan
tenced to 14 days jail, placed on 12 months probation and & Cody Funeral Home in
ﬁned $3,161 after pleading guilty to possession of cannabis 10 a.m. today, William-
and drug paraphernalia. son Funeral Home in Jack-
sonville. Memorial Lawn
Cemetery. WILLETT, PATRICIA
The following action was taken in Schuyler Circuit Court ‘CAROLE’ ENGELMANN
before Judge Alesia A. McMillen, according to State’s Attorney
Teena M. Grifﬁn: JOHNS, DONALD 2 p.m. today, Cardinal
• STEPHANIE L. DECKER, 29, of Beardstown pleaded EUGENE ‘GENE’ Inn in Pittsﬁeld. Airsman-
guilty to driving while license suspended and was sentenced Hires Funeral Home in
to four days jail and ﬁned $510. She pleaded guilty to operat- 10 a.m. today, Lummis
Pittsﬁeld is in charge of ar-
ing an uninsured motor vehicle and was ﬁned $790; pleaded Funeral Home in Pleasant
guilty to failure to wear seat belt and was ﬁned $60. Hill. Nebo Cemetery.
• DARRICK L. LASHBROOK, 38, of Rushville was placed
on 24 months court supervision, ordered to complete 100 GREENSTREET,
hours of community service work and ﬁned $1,982 after WILLIAM E. ‘BILL’
pleading guilty to driving under the inﬂuence of alcohol. He
2 p.m. Sunday, Lummis
pleaded guilty to squealing/screeching tires and was ﬁned Memorial services, 10
Funeral Home in Pleas-
$120. a.m. today at First Unit-
• BRANDEE ENGEL, 19, of Augusta pleaded guilty to un-
ant Hill. Crescent Heights
ed Methodist Church in
lawful possession of alcohol and was placed on six months Cemetery in Pleasant Hill.
Beardstown. The family
court supervision, ordered to complete 25 hours of communi- Visitation, 5-7 p.m. today at
will meet friends from 9:30
ty service work and pay court costs totaling $175. the funeral home.
a.m. until time of services
• TRINA K. TANGEROSE, 42, of Clayton pleaded guilty to
deceptive practice and was sentenced to 14 days jail, placed
on 12 months conditional discharge and ﬁned $698. She also
must pay $229.80 in restitution. Visit www.myjournalcourier.com
• LAURISA J. WALKER, 18, of Rushville pleaded guilty to
unlawful consumption of alcohol by a minor and was placed to view paid and free obituaries.
on six months court supervision, ordered to complete 25
hours of community service work and ﬁned $225. You may also leave condolences
• CHRISTOPHER W. BROWN, 45, of Rushville had proba-
tion revoked and was resentenced for driving under the inﬂu- and sign the guestbook.
ence of alcohol and possession of cannabis to 60 days jail.
Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Ill., Saturday, June 11, 2011 3
LaHood: More info needed on distracted driving DAILY
SPRINGFIELD (AP) — U.S.
Transportation Secretary Ray La-
to discourage people from send-
ing emails and making phone calls
that was putting the auto industry on
notice that safety matters more than
traction?” LaHood said. “We’re look-
ing at that now.”
Hood applauded car companies
Thursday for beginning to ﬁght an
while driving. He praised Subaru for
spending millions to air public-ser-
quick connections to Facebook and
Twitter, the Detroit Free Press re-
LaHood, speaking to a meeting of
the Illinois Associated Press Editors
“epidemic” of distracted driving and vice ads warning about the dangers ported. Association, said he has spoken to u CITYWIDE DROPOFF
said he’s waiting for a study on the and said BMW has now produced a LaHood said a study is under way the head of every car company and AND CLEANUP, 6 a.m.-1
problem before discussing wheth- similar ad. to quantify the dangers of texting or told them to take action against dis- p.m. at Jacksonville City ga-
er the government should regulate But LaHood did not join the head making calls while driving. Any dis- tracted driving. rage, 200 W. Oak St.
communications technology built di- of the National Highway Trafﬁc Safe- cussion of regulating built-in com- “You ﬁgure out how you can be u FARMERS MARKET,
rectly into vehicles. ty Administration in questioning the munications technology must wait helpful to us,” LaHood said he told 7 a.m.-12 p.m. at Lincoln
“We are data-based. Our credibil- safety of building communications until those results are available later them. Square Shopping Center,
ity comes from having good data,” tools directly into cars, making it this year, he said. He compared the fight against 901 W. Morton Ave.
LaHood said. “If we have good data, easier for drivers to do other things. “Is messing with your GPS a cog- distracted driving to the early stages u HAUNTED AMERICA
then we can make a case.” The head of the administration, Da- nitive distraction? Is changing the of discouraging drunken driving and MIDWEST CONFERENCE,
LaHood has waged a campaign vid Strickland, said earlier in the day channel on the radio a cognitive dis- promoting the use of safety belts. 8 a.m. at McGaw Fine Arts
Building, Lockwood Place.
$50. Sponsor: American
Ghost Society. Registration
online at at www.american
u FLEA MARKET AND
Squad car FAMILY FUN, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
at Prairie Land Heritage
Museum, Corner of Lin-
coln and Michigan. Games,
damaged petting zoo, rafﬂe of four in-
ﬁeld box seats for St. Lou-
is Cardinals, etc. Spon-
sor: Honduras Hope Mis-
during sions. Proceeds of conces-
sion stand to go to sending
short-term missionaries to
u RUMMAGE SALE, 8:30-
arrest 10:30 a.m. at Barton W.
Stone Home, 873 Grove St.
Proceeds to go to the Resi-
BY JAKE RUSSELL dent Christmas Fund.
JOURNAL-COURIER u YARD AND BAKE SALE,
An arrest at the West Morgan 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at Balsam
Depot on Friday morning resulted Terrace and Spruce Man-
AP PHOTO/STEPHEN LANCE DENNEE
in the window of a squad car being or, 1215-1217 Lincoln Ave.
kicked out. u PLAZA CAR SHOW, 9
Kayla Ruebling, 27, of 813 N. Di- a.m.-3 p.m. at Jacksonville
amond St. was arrested about 1:20 square, Downtown.
a.m. Friday on charges of criminal u MAKE AND TAKE, 9
damage to state-supported proper- a.m.-5 p.m. at Jacksonville
ty, resisting/obstructing a peace of- Public Library, 201 W. Col-
ﬁcer and aggravated battery. lege Ave. 243-5435.
Two women were rolling around u PET ADOPTION, 10 a.m.-
on the ground outside and ﬁghting 2 p.m. at Pet Supplies Plus,
when Jacksonville police arrived 1805 W Morton Ave. Spon-
to the West Morgan Depot, 213 Barb Fisher, 39, of Chicago enjoys the annual Superman Celebration while dressed as Won- sor: The Dog PEN.
W. Morgan St., Deputy Chief Tim der Woman Friday in Metropolis. The festivities continue through Sunday. u COMMUNITY BLOCK
Shea said. PARTY, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at
It is unclear who Ruebling House of Worship ministry
was ﬁghting, as the two may have building, 400 E. State St.
known each other and neither want- Food, games, cake walk,
ed to press charges, Shea said. face painting, snow cones,
When officers asked Ruebling cotton candy, etc. Sponsor:
for her name, she refused to coop-
erate. After several attempts, they
went to arrest her on a charge of
United Airlines to bring 1,300 jobs to Chicago House of Worship.
u BEAN BAG TOURNA-
MENT, 11 a.m. at Routt
obstructing a peace ofﬁcer. BY DEANNA BELLANDI itive over time,” Smisek said at tle more than 4,000, Smisek said. Catholic High School, 500
Ruebling fought back, biting ASSOCIATED PRESS a press conference with Mayor Emanuel said Chicago is an E. College Ave. $30 per
one in the forearm hard enough to CHICAGO — United Airlines Rahm Emanuel. aviation leader in par t because two-person team. Sponsor:
break skin and scratching the oth- announced Friday it was bringing But at least one company may it’s home to United, Boeing and Routt Alumni Association.
er in the face, Shea said. Both ofﬁ- 1,300 more jobs to downtown Chi- not want to wait. CME Group, O’Hare International Airport. Advance registration rec-
cers later sought medical attention cago, in stark contrast to the own- which owns the Chicago Mercan- “I’m going to keep that compet- ommended, 473-1981, 245-
but were released. er of two major futures exchang- tile Exchange, the Chicago Board itive edge,” Emanuel said. 0934.
James Trotter Jr., 25, of 813 N. es in the city who suggested they of Trade and the New York Mer- Smisek said no ﬁnancial incen- u FREE BROWN BAG
Diamond St. was arrested on a might relocate from Illinois be- cantile Exchange, said this week tives were given to United to move LUNCH, 12-12:30 p.m. at
charge of resisting/obstructing a cause of the state’s business tax. it was studying a possible reloca- the additional jobs, although it has Salvation Army, 331 W.
peace ofﬁcer. Airline chief Jeff Smisek said tion because of the state’s busi- received tax incentives for rough- Douglas Ave. For volun-
Police accused Trotter of grab- they considered all the costs in- ness tax, although it could still re- ly 2,800 other jobs in Chicago. The teers or donations, (217)
bing one of the officers and at- volved in doing business, includ- tain some operations in Illinois. jobs are relocating from Houston, 408-0009.
tempting to pull him away a couple ing the state corporate income To help deal with a massive San Francisco and other places, u WOODLAWN FARM
times, Shea said. tax, when deciding to move the budget deﬁcit, Illinois in January Smisek said. OPEN FOR TOURS, 1-4
Once in the squad car, police say operations and technology jobs to raised its corporate tax rate from Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn praised p.m. at Woodlawn Farm,
Ruebling kicked out the rear pas- Chicago from other cities in the 4.8 percent to 7 percent and the United’s decision to bring jobs to 1463 Gierke Lane.
senger window. vast United system after its recent personal income tax rate from 3 Illinois. Quinn issued a congrat- u GOV. DUNCAN MAN-
The window cost about $200 merger with Continental. percent to 5 percent. That enticed ulator y statement because he SION OPEN FOR
and was replaced late Friday morn- “We’re looking out not today other states, including New Jer- didn’t attend Emanuel’s press con- TOURS, 1-4 p.m. at Gov.
ing, Shea said. but to the future and certainly with sey, Indiana and Wisconsin, to try ference with Smisek at the Willis Duncan Mansion, 4 Dun-
The bill will be attached with the the mayor and city administration to poach Illinois businesses. Tower, where the airline has ofﬁc- can Place. Program: “Meet
reports and sent to Morgan County we think the future is a bright one The new United jobs will re- es. Debutant Elizabeth Smith
State’s Attorney Chris Reif as part and we believe the state will fol- locate by the end of next year, al- “I thank United Airlines for and War Hero Joseph
of Ruebling’s sentence to pay for low because the state needs to fol- though they are largely ﬁlled be- its continued commitment to the
DAILY UPDATE, see Page 4
those repairs, Shea said. low and it’s ver y clear the state cause people are moving, and state of Illinois and the city of Chi-
needs to follow. We believe that Il- they bring the number of United cago as we continue our economic
firstname.lastname@example.org linois will become more compet- jobs in downtown Chicago to a lit- recovery,” Quinn said.
IN BRIEF Pick Three-Evening
Clay Avenue. the local editorials category for an editorial that
Rash of rural robberies “Words were exchanged and then she possi-
bly was beaten with a piece of wood or a stick by
challenged law enforcement ofﬁcials to be open
and transparent and not hide behind excuses for
reported in Green County two men known to her,” Deputy Police Chief Tim
not releasing information.
“I am very proud of David and his editori- Pick Four-Evening
(J-C) — Greene County Sheriff Rob McMil- The responding ofﬁcer reported the woman al team and congratulate them on their recent 6-2-4-3
len reports that four rural residences have bur- suffered swelling on her cheekbones and bruises awards from the Illinois Press Association,”
glarized in the past month and a half. and abrasions all over her face. said Journal-Courier Publisher Kent Kilpatrick. Little Lotto
The burglaries have similarities and may be The woman was taken to Passavant Area Hos- “Their dedication to reporting the news in a way 2-3-4-20-38
linked. The crimes have all occurred during the pital after she came to the police department to that grabs the attention of the reader is there ev-
daytime hours and similar types of items were give a statement. She was released from the hos- ery day. It is nice to receive recognition from Estimated Little Lotto
stolen at all four of the residences. pital several hours later following treatment of her our peers.” Jackpot
The burglaries occurred in various areas of injuries. Police interviewed one suspect and no More than 100 daily and non-daily newspa- $100,000
Greene County: two in rural Greenﬁeld area, one charges were ﬁled against him. A second suspect pers competed in 36 editorial categories in the
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4 Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Ill., Saturday, June 11, 2011
Man’s good buddy objects Veriﬁcation of paternity must be provid-
ed prior to publication of a birth announce-
ment. Passavant Area Hospital will pro-
ton of Chapin and Jeff and Laura Lonergan
and Judy Weller, all of Jacksonville.
MICHAEL and AMY NIEBRAND of
to romance with his sister vide this information to the paper for those
families completing the hospital’s Newborn
Newspaper/Radio Release Form and sub-
mitting it through the hospital. The fami-
Shipman became the parents of a son, Ev-
an Gregory, at 11:16 p.m. Sunday, June 5,
2011, at Jersey Community Hospital in Jer-
seyville. He weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces.
ly must provide veriﬁcation for births at all He has one sibling, Ethan, 2. His grand-
DEAR ABBY: other hospitals. A copy of the hospital-issued parents are Joe and Janet Niebrand of
yle” and I have been good buddies for 10 years. The problem is I’m birth record is acceptable. Shipman and Ron and Myra Siemer of
‘K crazy about his younger sister. She and I have been talking over the
last few months. Kyle knew we were talking in the beginning, and he
told her to stay away from his friends. I think I understand his reasons, and I
TYRONE WILLIAMS and HOLLY
WHITLEY of Jacksonville became the par-
ents of a daughter, Lakeshia Hayanna
Elise Williams, at 11:26 p.m. Friday, May
20, 2011, at the Carol Jo Vecchie Women
and Children’s Center at St. John’s Hospi-
Wrights. His great-grandparents are Ever-
ett Snyders of Jerseyville and Marvin and
Alice Siemer of Rockbridge.
WILLIAM BREDEN and AMY LACEY
of Jerseyville became the parents of a son,
Kieren Eli Breden, at 8:16 p.m. Monday,
tried to talk to him on my own.
tal in Springﬁeld. She weighed 7 pounds, June 6, 2011, at Jersey Community Hos-
Kyle said he doesn’t want to stressful situations. One way 2.1 ounces. Her grandparents are Keith pital in Jerseyville. He weighed 7 pounds,
deal with me calling him even- to do it is, before snapping, and Kimberly Tallman of Belleville and the 12 ounces. He has one sibling, Tristin
tually about problems that may ask yourself, “Is this true? Is Rev. Clernest and Renee Moore of Cleve- Breden, 5. His grandparents are Greg and
arise between me and his sis- it helpful? Is it kind?” Howev- land, Miss. Beth Munoy of Jerseyville, Junior and Alli-
ter. er, learning the tools to create KLIFF and JENNIFER THAXTON of son Lacey of Carrollton and Phil Breden of
Now when I hang out with new patterns of behavior isn’t Jacksonville became the parents of a son, Edwardsville. His great-grandparents are
her we have to be secretive. easy — and you may need the Koy Jeffrey, at 5:37 p.m. Tuesday, May Gene Wallace, Mary Alice Breden, Jane
I would like to be open about help of a licensed counselor 24, 2011, at Memorial Medical Center in Lacey, Leo Dugger and the late Babs Wal-
being with this awesome girl. in order to overcome the pat- Springﬁeld. He weighed 6 pounds, 6.5 lace, Norman Breden, Kenneth and Ruby
Can you please help me? — terns of a lifetime. ounces. His grandparents are Steve Thax- Winters and Ralph Lacey.
JOHN IN PENNSYLVANIA DEAR ABBY
DEAR JOHN: Kyle’s rea- DEAR ABBY: Every week-
son for not wanting his sister end my husband goes to all
to involve herself with any of his friends is the yard sales and estate sales in our area.
a selﬁsh one. He is not his sister’s keep- He brings home stuff he considers trea-
er. Her parents are. If you like her, ﬁnd sures, but I’m sure even the trash collec-
out from them if it’s OK to hang out with
her. But stop sneaking around because
it’s childish and reﬂects badly on both of
tors wouldn’t pick it up.
He is obsessed with his hobby and
doesn’t realize he is turning our beauti-
MEETINGS C ALENDAR FOR CLUB S & ORG ANIZATIONS
you. And if there are any problems, refrain ful home into a trash storage warehouse.
from taking them to Kyle. I tried talking to him, but he says he’ll do
n SPRINGFIELD: ALCOHOLICS ANON-
as he pleases. Abby, I’m writing to you as ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS YMOUS FOR WOMEN, 10 a.m. on the
DEAR ABBY: I grew up disliking a lot my last resort. I am desperate for any ad-
Meetings are nonsmoking. The only re- second floor of St. John’s North, Carpen-
of things about my mother, but the main vice you can give me. — SECONDHAND
quirement is a desire to stop drinking. ter at Eighth Street. Open to all women
thing was how she treated my father. I still ROSE IN SOUTH CAROLINA
“Open” meetings are open to anyone. 371- who want to be alcohol-free and drug-free.
don’t like it. DEAR ROSE: Your husband has been
0638 or www.jacksonvilleaa.org. n WHITE HALL: CLOSED DISCUSSION,
Now I realize I have started treating seduced by the “thrill of the hunt” and is
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my husband the same way sometimes. He responding to primitive impulses passed
says it doesn’t bother him and everything down from our long ago ancestors. Wom- n FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 1701 Street and Bridgeport.
is ﬁne in our marriage, but I lie awake at en have it too — ask anyone who has lost Mound Ave. Wheelchair-accessible.
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One of my husband’s friends noticed it estate sales, so you both can agree to buy
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Sunday (800) 651-6000.
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Chiding Europe, U.S. defense chief
says NATO outlook dim, America
could decide not worth money
BRUSSELS (AP) — In a stern rebuke, U.S. Defense
Secretary Robert Gates warned Friday that the future of
the historic NATO military alliance is at risk because of
European penny-pinching and distaste for front-line com-
bat. The United States won’t carry the alliance as a charity
case, the outgoing Pentagon chief said.
Some NATO countries bristled, but Britain quickly and
Gates’ assessment that NATO could face “a dim if not
dismal” future echoes long-standing concern of U.S. pol-
icymakers about European defense spending. But rare-
ly, if ever, has it been stated so directly by such a power-
ful American ﬁgure, widely respected in the United States
The remarks, at the close of Gates’ ﬁnal overseas trip,
reﬂect a new reality of constrained American ﬁnances and
a smaller global reach.
Earlier in the week Gates played “bad cop” to U.S.
President Barack Obama’s good, criticizing Germany’s
abstention from the air campaign in Libya two days after
Obama lavished an award and fancy White House dinner
on visiting Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Elite Syrian troops sweep through
north; unrest kills 32 and Reporters load boxes containing thousands of pages of Sarah Palin’s emails from her time as Alaska’s
refugees pour across border governor Friday in Juneau, Alaska. The emails released Friday were first requested during the 2008
White House race by citizens and news organizations, including The Associated Press.
YAYLADAGI, Turkey (AP) — Elite Syrian forces
moved swiftly through the country’s restive north on Fri-
day, raining tank shells on rebellious towns, torching days and have been resisting U.S. and Saudi pressure to third such operation performed in the U.S. and is look-
farmland and shooting protesters who tried to tear down start now on a handover of power. Saleh, who has ruled ing forward to going out in public again and eating hot
a poster of President Bashar Assad, activists and refugees for nearly 33 years, has held out against a wave of daily dogs and pizza after months of pureed food.
said. protests since late January demanding his removal, throw- Charla Nash, 57, underwent a full face and double
At least 32 people were killed, activists said, and un- ing the country into turmoil. Before he was wounded, op- hand transplant late last month, but the hands failed
daunted protests extended to every major city. position tribesmen rose up and battled for two weeks with to thrive because of complications and were removed,
The leader of neighboring Turkey, angered by violence government forces in ﬁghting that shook the capital. Dr. Bohdan Pomahac, leader of the 30-member surgi-
that has sent more than 4,000 Syrians streaming across The United States fears that the impoverished coun- cal team at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, said Friday.
the border, accused the Assad regime of “savagery.” try’s power vacuum will give even freer rein to al-Qaida’s Overall, her prospects are excellent, he said.
Backed by helicopters and tanks, the troops responsi- branch in Yemen, which Washington believes is the terror “It will certainly help her tremendously to feel human
ble for most of Friday’s violence were believed to be from network’s most active franchise. Already, Islamic militants again,” Pohamac said.
an elite division commanded by Assad’s younger brother, — some suspected of ties to al-Qaida — have taken con- In February 2009, she was attacked by a neighbor’s
Maher. The decision to mobilize his unit against the most trol of at least two areas in the restive south, a provincial 200-pound pet chimpanzee, named Travis, which went
serious threats to the 40-year Assad regime could be a capital Zinjibar and a nearby town Jaar. berserk after its owner asked Nash to help lure it back
sign of concern about the loyalty of regular conscripts. On Friday morning, warplanes hit militant positions into her Stamford, Conn., house. The animal ripped off
Syrians who escaped from the town of Jisr al-Shughour north of Jaar, witnesses and security ofﬁcials said. They Nash’s hands, nose, lips and eyelids before being shot
into Turkey said the army came after police turned their said there were casualties but the number was not known. and killed by police.
guns on each other and soldiers refused orders to ﬁre on The night before, troops shelled other militant positions After the mauling, Nash’s eyes were gone and she
protesters last week. Syrian state television has said 120 near the town with artillery, killing at least six militants, had only a small opening instead of a mouth to take in
ofﬁcers and security personnel were killed by gunmen. according to medical ofﬁcials. The medical and securi- pureed food. She could talk but was barely understand-
A man who remained behind said the few residents left ty ofﬁcials spoke on condition of anonymity because they able.
were hoping barricades of burning tires could hold off the were not authorized to talk to the press.
reinforcements surrounding them.
Gingrich defections, Palin emails Cops: Masked men hold up
German investigators say local doughnut shop, get dough
sprouts caused the deadly outbreak cloud GOP presidential picture HYANNIS, Mass. (AP) — Police say masked and
BERLIN (AP) — After a month of searching and test- ahead of Monday’s N.H. debate armed men in Cape Cod thought they were nabbing a
bag of dough.
ing thousands of vegetables, simple detective work WASHINGTON (AP) — Newt Gingrich’s campaign They did — just not the kind they wanted.
trumped science in the hunt for the source of the world’s defections are just the latest tremor in a constantly shift- Three Hyannis men are facing armed robbery while
deadliest E. coli outbreak. The culprit: German-grown ing GOP presidential landscape that craves some steadi- masked charges after police say they robbed a Dunkin’
sprouts. ness as a big, early New Hampshire debate nears. Donuts with knives and a hatchet on Wednesday and on-
Health ofﬁcials announced Friday that sprouts from Rivals already were trying to poach Gingrich’s donors ly ended up with a bag of doughnuts.
a farm in northern Germany caused the outbreak that and top supporters Friday, even as the former House According to police, the men demanded a paper bag
has killed 31 people, sickened nearly 3,100 and prompted speaker said he would keep campaigning despite the res- that was in one of the worker’s purses, mistakenly believ-
much of Europe to shun vegetables. ignations of his top advisers and entire Iowa paid staff. ing she was carrying cash from the day’s receipts. But
“It was like a crime thriller where you have to ﬁnd the Party insiders eyed the likely entry of Rep. Michele police say the men never looked inside.
bad guy,” said Helmut Tschiersky-Schoeneburg, head of Bachmann of Minnesota and a possible bid by Texas The men were captured on video and police were able
Germany’s consumer protection agency. Gov. Rick Perry. to track them down on Thursday. Arrested were 19-year-
Health ofﬁcials said they tracked the bacteria’s path Mitt Romney’s decision to skip the Iowa straw poll old Nicholas Mercurio, 21-year-old Lukas Peterson and
from hospital patients struggling with diarrhea and kid- in August, meanwhile, reinforced his image as a front- 20-year-old Charles Iliffe.
ney failure, to the restaurants where they had dined, to runner willing to pick his shots. And potential candidate It was unclear if any had attorneys.
speciﬁc meals and ingredients they ate, and ﬁnally back to Sarah Palin again lent a circus atmosphere to the entire
a single farm. GOP family — this time indirectly — when Alaska re-
There are more questions to answer, including what leased thousands of pages of emails from her days as
contaminated the sprouts in the ﬁrst place: Was it tainted governor.
seeds or water, or nearby animals? The answer is still elu- In short, it was a typical week in the GOP’s free-
sive. wheeling nominating process. The ﬁeld is anything but
set, and there’s no clear picture of who will emerge to
Alaska releases emails from challenge President Barack Obama in 2012.
Gingrich spoke publicly Friday for the ﬁrst time af-
ter the mass resignation of his top aides. Several of them
Palin’s time as governor as she said they were frustrated because he was devoting insuf-
ﬁcient time to the nitty-gritty work of meeting and galva-
considers White House run nizing supporters in early voting states such as Iowa.
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Alaska ofﬁcials on Friday re-
leased thousands of pages of Sarah Palin’s emails, giving a
glimpse of her time as governor, her struggles in dealing Blast in Somalia minister’s home
with gossip about her family and her rise to national prom-
inence as the GOP vice presidential nominee. kills him and woman suspected to FATHER’S DAY GREETINGS: $20
Reporters and photographers crowded into a small of- Make your Dad feel extra special when he
ﬁce to pick up the six boxes of emails — 24,199 pages and be the bomber, ofﬁcial says reads your message to him in the
weighing 250 pounds. Some carried the boxes down the MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — An explosion Friday
stairs and others, wheeling them on dollies, scrambled to in the home of Somalia’s interior minister killed him and Journal-Courier on Father's Day!
be the ﬁrst ones to reach elevators. a woman suspected of being a bomber as violent demon-
Within minutes of the release, Palin tweeted a link to strations swept the capital.
Published: June 19th • Deadline: June 15th
the website for “The Undefeated,” a documentary about Security guards and soldiers opened ﬁre on stone-
her time as governor and her entrance onto the national throwing protesters angry at an agreement calling for Bob Jones
political stage. the ouster of the country’s popular prime minister, kill-
Her supporters, meanwhile, encouraged everyone to Happy Father's Day Dad!
ing two people, an ofﬁcial and witnesses said.
read the messages. You're the best father in the
Interior Minister Abdishakur Sheik Hassan, who al-
“The thousands upon thousands of emails released to- so was minister for national security, died after shrapnel whole world.
day show a very engaged Governor Sarah Palin being the hit his legs and other parts of his body, said Ministry of Love,
CEO of her state,” said Tim Crawford, the treasurer of her Information spokesman Abdifatah Abdinur. He was ear- Kathy, Jim and Tommy
political action committee, Sarah PAC. “The emails detail lier taken to a hospital in critical condition. Abdinur said
a Governor hard at work.” a dead body of a female suspected to be the bomber was
found in the home. Your Name:
Nearly 100,000 mass in Yemen Mohamud Abdullahi Weheliye, a member of par-
liament and a relative of Hassan’s, said the minister’s Your Address:
niece carried out the attack and that she was “sent” by
capital demanding removal of al-Shabab,” an Islamist militia with ties to al-Qaida. The
group has carried out suicide bombings in the past, in- Father's Name:
wounded president cluding ones that targeted government ofﬁcials. There
Father’s Day Greeting (20 words or less, please print):
SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Nearly 100,000 Yemenis pro- was no immediate ofﬁcial conﬁrmation of Weheliye’s ac-
tested Friday in a main square of the capital, demanding count.
the president’s ouster in the biggest rally since Ali Abdul- Abdinur said ofﬁcials were investigating to conﬁrm
lah Saleh left for Saudi Arabia after he was wounded in an it was a suicide attack in the two-story, gated building
attack on his palace. that is normally well protected. The explosion reportedly
Saleh’s evacuation for medical treatment has thrown took place in the sitting room.
Yemen into a dangerous political standoff, with opponents
insisting he now be pushed completely out of power and
his allies seeking to preserve his rule. Saleh was wound- Conn. woman mauled by Mail your father's photo along with payment
and this form to: Journal-Courier, P.O. Box 1048,
ed in a blast that hit a mosque where he was praying in
his presidential palace on June 3. Badly burned, Saleh was chimpanzee in 2009 gets full face Jacksonville, IL 62651 or bring to our office at
rushed to Saudi Arabia for treatment along with a num-
ber of top ofﬁcials from his regime who also were wound- transplant at Boston hospital 235 W. State Street, Classifieds Department.
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Weiner says online contact with teen not indecent
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Police in Delaware said viewed the high school junior at her family’s home north Weiner spokeswoman Risa Heller said in a one-sen-
Friday they interviewed a 17-year-old girl about online con- of Wilmington. tence statement Friday night, “According to Congressman
tact she’d had with embattled U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner “They were made aware of an alleged contact between Weiner, his communications with this person were neither
but that she didn’t disclose any information about illegal Congressman Anthony Weiner and an area teen,” said Offi- explicit nor indecent.”
conduct. cer Tracey Duffy, a New Castle County police spokeswom- The congressman said he exchanged at least five pri-
Weiner, the 46-year-old congressman who has been un- an. “The teen has been interviewed and disclosed no infor- vate messages on Twitter this spring with the girl after she
der fire after admitting to sending graphic photos to wom- mation regarding any criminal activity.” heard him speak in Washington and became an admirer,
en online, acknowledged Friday that he had online contact Duffy said she doesn’t know what led to the questioning The New York Times reported.
with the girl but said the communications were “neither of the girl or whether the family had called police. Weiner, a seven-term Democrat, has acknowledged
explicit nor indecent.” “I don’t know what information they received that would sending sexually explicit messages over the Internet to a
The New York Democrat issued his statement after prompt them to respond to this residence,” she said. Duffy half-dozen women over the past three years and then ly-
FoxNews.com reported Friday that officers had inter- said the investigation was continuing. ing about it.
ASIAN CARP: Could be spreading to virgin areas HAUNTED: Conference
u Continued from Page 1 said. “This will produce many more carp.” u Continued from Page 1
River in the 1980s. Greg Lutz, professor of aquaculture at the Louisiana State the answers. And you don’t have to agree — even Troy
Since their escape into the wild, the carp have estab- University Agriculture Center, said that means big pressure and I don’t agree on everything — but that’s the beauty of
lished themselves in the Mississippi and Missouri river ba- on the food supply for ﬁsh. “There’s a rule of thumb for ﬁsh our organization.”
sins. They endanger native ﬁsh by greedily eating aquatic size and food consumption. You can say a 1-pound carp has The event features several vendors and speakers dis-
vegetation and robbing local species of their food supply. eaten at least 10 pounds of plankton to get that size. So if cussing a wide scope of paranormal topics.
The battle to keep them out of the Great Lakes includes you have hundreds of thousands of pounds of carp they are Among regular presenters is ﬁrst-time speaker Tiffany
the use of underwater cameras and sonar to monitor the ef- eating millions of pounds of plankton.” Johnson, a psychic and author.
fectiveness of the Army Corps of Engineers’ electronic bar- The Yazoo River in Mississippi and the Atchafalaya River She said interest has grown tremendously and was glad
riers. in Louisiana could be especially susceptible. Flooding has to see there was a thriving interest through those who at-
The Mississippi’s spring ﬂoods inundated an estimated been extensive along the Yazoo as the Mississippi backed tend the conference.
6.5 million acres along a 1,000-mile stretch of winding riv- up into farmland and catﬁsh farms. Even though the culture seems to be winding down
er from Cape Girardeau, Mo., to the Mississippi’s mouth in Mike Kaller, an LSU biologist, said Asian carp have been from its heyday only a few years ago, she said it’s at least
Louisiana, said corps spokesman Bob Anderson. found for several years in the southern end of the Atchafala- become an everyday fascination.
In Missouri, the corps blew up a levee to send some of ya basin, but not on its middle and northern segments. “I think there’s an ebb and a ﬂow to everything, but the
the river water into a ﬂoodway at Birds Point-New Madrid; But that may change now because the opening of the bottom line is the paranormal — whether we want to admit
it also opened the Morganza and Bonnet Carrie spillways in Morganza spillway west of Baton Rouge could bring fresh it or not — these things are part of our economy, they’re
Louisiana. carp stocks into the wetlands that make up the northern part of sales, revenue. They’re an industry in and of them-
“That entire area could see carp spreading to formerly part of the basin. selves. And they’ve become accepted.”
virgin areas,” Chapman said. Mississippi water ﬂowing through the Bonnet Carrie Jacksonville’s own paranormal expert, Loren Hamilton,
In Mississippi, ponds holding farmed catﬁsh have taken spillway near New Orleans is expect to spread the species agreed the subject is more conversational these days.
a heavy toll from backwater ﬂooding. The industry says it into Lake Pontchartrain and Lake Maurepas and their trib- “I was talking to someone yesterday and they said ev-
may take a year to scrub out the ponds and remove much utaries. ery family has a ghost story... [but] they didn’t take it out-
that was left behind, including Asian carp. They also will The lakes are brackish — a mix of fresh and salt water. side the home,” Hamilton said. “’You’re not going to tell
have to restock because their crop either swam away in the Most freshwater species cannot survive in a salty envi- that to anyone else,’ you know? Where now the popularity
ﬂood or died because of muck and foul water entering the ronment. But the carp can. in the media — and don’t get me wrong, I don’t like a lot of
ponds. “Asian carp unfortunately are the exception that can do these shows because of the sensationalism — but I think
The carp thrive in fast-moving water, said Ruben Keller, fairly well in high-salinity water,” Chapman said. it has brought the subject to the forefront and made it ac-
a lecturer in environment studies at the University of Chica- How far the ﬁsh may spread because of the ﬂood won’t ceptable for people to talk about.”
go who has worked extensively on Asian carp with the Na- be known for some time, he said. But being accepted isn’t the same as being understood.
tional Invasive Species Council. “At this point we have to wait until after the ﬂood dissi- For a question and answer session this morning, John-
“They spawn in high water events like the ﬂood,” Keller pates before we can evaluate and see how bad it is.” son said she hopes to discuss the realities and misconcep-
tions about what she does. Mind and palm reading fall into
the latter category.
“When I’m at a cocktail party, meeting new people,
when I eventually get around to sharing my occupation,
more often than not I get a hand shoved in my nose,” John-
But the one quality shared among those who seek out
BLAGOJEVICH: First day of deliberations the things that go bump in the night is looking to escape
reality into a world of the unknown.
“Really, this day in age, the paranormal has become the
traveling freak show,” Johnson said. “And who doesn’t love
u Continued from Page 1 telling jurors in his rebuttal — the last word to jurors —
During closing arguments Thursday, prosecutors de- that Blagojevich went way beyond talk. a good freak show?”
scribed Blagojevich as a schemer who lied to jurors even “He made decisions over and over, and took actions
when confronted with FBI wiretap recordings that seemed over and over,” he said. “It’s not that he talked a lot and it
to catch him in the act. means nothing. It’s that he talked a lot and it means every-
Blagojevich’s attorney countered that the government thing.”
showed only that he talks a lot. After jurors at the ﬁrst trial said prosecutors’ case was
“He didn’t get a dime, a nickel, a penny ... nothing,” de- too hard to follow, they sharply streamlined it. Prosecu-
fense attorney Aaron Goldstein shouted just feet from the tors called about 15 witnesses this time, about half the
jury box. Pointing at Blagojevich, Goldstein added that the number from last time. They also asked them fewer ques-
trial “isn’t about anything but nothing.”
Lead prosecutor Reid Schar challenged that argument,
tions and rarely strayed onto topics not directly related to
GUN: Teen arrested
u Continued from Page 1
down in the street and a second person ran from him. We
were looking for the second suspect and that’s when the ac-
cident occurred,” Evans said.
The driver of the truck, Robert Caldwell of Gravel Springs
Road, and his two passengers were treated by emergency
medical personnel at the scene and they refused transporta-
tion to the hospital, Evans said.
McIntire, 40, of South Jacksonville was released from the
hospital about 1 a.m. Friday. McIntire, who has been a vil-
lage full-time police ofﬁcer for about a year, will be off work
for a couple of days to continue healing at home, Evans said.
Both the 2006 Chevrolet Impala squad car and pickup
truck sustained extensive damage, Evans said.
The accident was turned over to Illinois State Police Dis-
trict 9 in Springﬁeld for investigation.
“The last I heard from the trooper is that he wasn’t ﬁn-
ished with his investigation,” Evans said Friday afternoon.
“They are going to review a video of the accident that was
caught on (squad car’s) camera.”
Junior back in the high life again
SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2011
SPORTS & R E C R E A T I O N
STANLEY CUP FINALS
Canucks edge Bruins in Game 5
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P R EP FOOT BALL
Rockets: Talent waiting in the wings
BY JASON FARMER Nate Graham said. “And coming yards rushing on 27 carries.
JOURNAL-COURIER in we had to do the same thing. “I think that Nick Rossi is go-
When a team graduates a I look at it as a challenge to not ing to be a good returner,” Gra-
running back like Mike Tonry, necessarily replace the kids and ham said. “Everybody has to be
who rushed for 1,500 yards and look at it as a negative, but to look their own person. Nick Rossi runs
scored 24 touchdowns at it as who is going to hard and runs downhill well. He
last season, it’s a big step up and become has some good speed and some
loss. When it also grad- the next Mike Ton- good strength. We have to utilize
JOURNAL-COURIER FILE/JASON JOHNSON
uates a quar terback ry or Carter Pruitt or those gifts. He is not Mike Tonry,
like Tyler Schmidt, whoever it may be.” and I am not going to ask him to
who passed for more Waiting in the be Mike Tonry. I am going to ask
than 600 yards and
nine TDs while scor-
Summer wings at running back
are Ben Whalen and
him to be Nick Rossi and to give
us everything he has got. I don’t
ing another eight him-
School Nick Rossi. Rossi, think the whole offense is going
Peek in on your
self, those are some favorite prep teams’ who will be a senior, to have to go on Rossi’s shoul-
big shoes to ﬁll. summer progress rushed for more than ders. It is just that he is going
But that’s nothing 500 yards and scored to have to — when the opportu-
new for Routt. seven TDs during the nity arises — to run the ball and
“We graduated some big play- 2010 season. Whalen, who was a give it everything he’s got and go
ers from the year before in our freshman last year, found his way Routt’s Nick Rossi attempts to run the ball past a group of
’09 team,” Routt football coach into six games and racked up 80 ROUTT, see Page 10 ➤ Brown County defenders during a game last season.
S l i d i n g a l o n g
BY ROB MAADDI
PHILADELPHIA — With a
seven-run lead, Roy Halladay
didn’t lobby to stay in the game.
He might push harder next
Halladay tossed seven mas-
terful innings to become the ﬁrst
nine-game winner in the majors,
Placido Polanco hit a grand slam
and the Philadelphia Phillies held
on to beat the Chicago Cubs 7-5
Halladay (9-3) gave up six hits
and struck out nine to earn his
first win against the Cubs. The
Phillies and San Francisco are
the only teams he hasn’t beaten.
Halladay, who leads the league
with four complete games, threw
106 pitches and was ready to go
back out in the eighth until Polan-
co connected to make it 7-0.
“I definitely understand,” he
said about exiting. “I want to go
as far as I can but that makes
sense. We have a long way to go
and if you can save it, it pays off The Warriors’ Leo Bartelmey slides into second base Friday during a game against East Central Illinois Liberty at Lenz
later.” Field in Jacksonville.
In his ﬁrst start since criticiz-
ing his team and second-guess-
ing closer Carlos Marmol, Carlos
Zambrano got rocked.
Zambrano (5-3) allowed sev-
en runs and seven hits in 6 1-3 in-
nings. He had a season-high sev- MA JOR LE AGUE BASEBALL
“Too many walks,” Zambrano
said. “You can’t do that against
teams like this. Next time I will
make an adjustment.”
Trailing 7-0 in the eighth, the
Brewers sharp in 8-0 win over Cards
Cubs rallied with ﬁve runs off re- BY COLIN FLY rotation as the ﬁfth starter after from the Cardinals with a three- ery night,” Craig Counsell said.
lievers Jose Contreras and J.C. ASSOCIATED PRESS having no competition in spring game sweep of this weekend se- “Those guys have really carried
Romero. MILWAUKEE — Chris Narve- training. ries. us offensively this year.”
But Michael Stutes came in son needed to beat a top team to “It was huge for me to see it,” “I think that’s the last thing Narveson was sharp through-
and shut them down, and Antonio restore his confidence after a Brewers manager Ron Roenicke on anybody’s minds right now, out after going 0-1 with a 10.66
Bastardo got the ﬁnal out for his string of poor outings. The fact said. “When I see things, I see we just want to go out there, play ERA in his previous three starts.
second save. Ryan Madson was that it was the franchise that gave things as I want him to get it go- hard, play to win and whatev- He only had more than one bas-
unavailable a night after blowing up on him was simply ing, not so much what er happens happens,” Brewers erunner in the eighth and he
his ﬁrst save. a bonus. the outcome of the catcher Jonathan Lucroy said. sprinted of f the mound after
“The silver lining is seeing Nar veson scat- “It’s definitely a game is. I know we’re “If we play up to our potential we striking out Jon Jay to end the
those young guys,” Halladay said tered six hits over going to need him.” can beat anybody out there.” threat. “I think it’s a good start
of Stutes and Bastardo. “They eight innings and the good feeling to be Tony La Russa The Brewers got off to a sol- to the series and a good thing for
were put on the spot and did a Milwaukee Brewers managed his 5,000th id star t by roughing up Kyle him personally just being able to
great job.” kept rolling at home able to go out there game for the Cardi- Lohse (7-3) and chasing him af- go out and get that conﬁdence
Domonic Brown also hit a
homer for the NL East-leading
even after a small ﬁre
in the ballpark, beat-
and just go out and nals, but even he— a
saw ter ﬁve innings. Lohse has lost
five straight to Milwaukee and
knowing that he can put away
teams like that, of that caliber,”
Phillies. His two-run shot gave ing the St. Louis Car- get back to base one fire in a ballpark af- hasn’t won in Miller Park for six Lucroy said.
Philadelphia a 3-0 lead in the sec- dinals 8-0 on Friday ter smoke billowed in years. Counsell tripled in the third,
ond. Polanco, batting ﬁfth for the night. and get yourself set.” right ﬁeld from a con- Not many other teams have, then slid headfirst around the
first this season, increased the “I think you always — Chris Narveson cession stand’s mal- either. tag of catcher Yadier Molina
lead in the seventh. need an outing like functioning popcorn Milwaukee dropped two of on Nar veson’s safety squeeze.
“When I’m in the box, I don’t this,” Narveson said. machine in the sixth. three against the Mets in its pre- Nyjer Morgan followed with a
think if I’m hitting second or “It’s deﬁnitely a good “No kidding? I vious series, but has not lost con- sacriﬁce ﬂy two batters later to
ﬁfth,” Polanco said. “I just try to feeling to be able to go out there hadn’t seen that one,” La Russa secutive games at home this sea- give the Brewers a 2-0 lead.
do my job.” and just go out and get back to said. “I wasn’t sure what it was.” son even without a big hit by Lohse got out of a bases-load-
Halladay didn’t need much, base one and get yourself set.” Ryan Braun and Corey Hart Prince Fielder, who went 0 for ed jam in the fourth, but wouldn’t
but the bullpen almost blew Narveson (3-4) began his ca- homered as Milwaukee improved 1 with two walks and a hit by be so lucky against Braun, who
it. The reigning NL Cy Young reer as a Cardinals draft pick, but to 23-9 at home, the best mark in pitch. drove a pitch the opposite way
Award winner improved to 29-3 he’s being counted on to play an the majors. The Brewers could “I think the big thing is it’s not for his 14th homer this season in
when the Phillies give him a lead. important role in Milwaukee’s take ﬁrst place in the NL Central going to be Prince and Braun ev- the ﬁfth.
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The 23rd Annual West Central Illinois All-Star Foot-
ball Game will be held at 4 p.m. June 18 at Illinois Col-
lege. The game will feature 98 senior high school players
from the 2010 season representing 36 high schools in
West Central Illinois.
ROUTT: Lonergan slated to take over at quarterback Practices will be held June 13-16 at 6 p.m. with North
squad players practicing at Auburn High School and
South squad players practicing at Staunton High School.
J.D. Lorton of North Mac will coach the North while
Continued from Page 9 Graham has some idea which players are going to ﬁll Nick Flowers of Carrollton will coach the South.
from there. “I think another kid who is going to come up what holes, but he said they aren’t going to be able to just Admission to the game is $5 for adults and students,
and help us out is Ben Whalen,” Graham said. “He has walk out on the ﬁeld in August and think they are guaran- with children under age 12 admitted free. There will be
been pretty good so far.” teed a spot. full concessions along with All-Star game T-shirts avail-
The quarterback situation looks to be stable for the “It will depend on who shows up in the summer and able for sale by the Cubby Hole. Gates will open one
next two years as Nick Lonergan enters his junior year works the hardest,” Graham said. “I am not going to guar- hour before game time.
ready to pick up where Schmidt left off. Lonergan ﬁlled in antee anybody any spot. You have to come work and show The South Squad rallied for a 28-17 win last year, halt-
when Schmidt was injured last season. me you want it. Each year is a new year.” ing a ﬁve-game winning streak by the North. The North
“Nick Lonergan stepped in and did real well last year at Routt has lost only eight times in 35 games over the leads the all-time series 10-5. Prior to becoming a North-
QB,” Graham said. “Losing Tyler (Schmidt) who’s a lead- past three years. Brown County and Tuscola have account- South game in 1996, the West held a 5-2 lead over the
er and quarterback is a lot, but I think Nick (Lonergan) ed for ﬁve of those losses. East.
brings in some gifts as well that will help us out. His athlet- “My predecessor lost to Tuscola his last year in the ﬁrst
icism is there, and he deﬁnitely can be a playmaker.” round,” Graham said. “The last two years we have made
In all, the Rockets lost 11 players to graduation. But fairly good runs but again end up losing to Tuscola. The
there’s still plenty coming back. last two years, four of our losses have been to Brown Coun- Lenz summer baseball camp set
“We are bringing back four linemen and two running ty and Tuscola. Not too bad to lose to those teams, but it
Lenz Field and Sports Complex is offering a baseball
backs on the offensive side,” Graham said. “At the mo- kind of fuels the ﬁre to motivate you to want to get there
camp for boys ages 4-12. Due to the summer heat, camp
ment I have four seniors starting on the line, which is al- again and have another chance to play them.”
will be conducted in the evening. Boys ages 4-6 will
ways good. It is nice when you can get your seniors out With more than two full months of summer break left,
attend a two-day camp July 18-19 from 6-8 p.m. Boys
there and in a leadership kind of role.” the Rockets will have a lot of time to work on things and
ages 7-12 will attend a three-day camp July 18-20 from 6-9
During the summer, Routt has plans to hold open gym get ready for the new season.
p.m. The camp will focus on proper hitting, ﬁelding and
three days a week as well as play in Jacksonville High’s “It’s all about how they take the ﬁeld in August,” Gra-
7-on-7 at Illinois College June 18. At the end of July, the ham said. “We can do a lot of stuff in the summer. We can
Cost is $40 for ages 4-6 and $60 for ages 7-12. T-shirts
Rockets will host their football camp. scheme things and draw things up and this looks good and
are included in the cost. Former collegiate coaches and
“Each time we get together for a 7-on-7 or drills,” Gra- that looks good. But until it comes to a head at the end of
players will instruct, as well as some current high school
ham said, “we are focusing on how we can get better day August when we get that ﬁrst game against Pleasant Hill,
players. Registration forms are available at www.len-
by day. We are working on getting individually better.” we will just have to see what happens then.”
zﬁeld.com. For more information, contact Bill Strubbe at
(217) 479-8543 or e-mail bill@lenzﬁeld.com.
Folker hits hole-in-one at The Links
Sizemore, Oakland top White Sox Aaron Folker hit a hole-in-one Friday on the 186-yard,
par-3 fourth hole at The Links. The witness was Matt
ASSOCIATED PRESS had three hits for the White Sox, who failed to gain ground
CHICAGO — Scott Sizemore hit a go-ahead three-run in the AL Central despite Cleveland and Detroit both los-
double in the ninth inning to rally the Oakland Athletics
past the Chicago White Sox 7-5 Friday night, ending a 10-
The A’s had had 13 hits in avoiding losing 11 straight
Red, White and Blue Scramble July 2
game losing streak. for the ﬁrst time since a 12-game slide April 19-30, 1994. The Links Golf Course will host the Red, White and
The A’s won their ﬁrst game under Bob Melvin. Oak- Oakland came into the game batting .219 (75 for 343) dur- Blue Scramble July 2. It is a two-person scramble and
land made the majors’ ﬁrst managerial change of 2011 by ing the 10-game losing streak. will be ﬂighted. Tee times start at 10 a.m. Entry fee is
ﬁring Bob Geren after four-plus seasons Thursday and Cliff Pennington and Sizemore led the A’s with three $80 and includes the chance to win cash prizes. For
replacing him with Melvin. hits. more information or to sign up, call (217) 479-4663 or
Trailing 5-3 in the ninth, White Sox closer Sergio Santos White Sox starter Edwin Jackson pitched six innings send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(2-3) retired the ﬁrst two batters and had Josh Willingham and allowed two runs on eight hits.
in an 0-2 count before walking him. Hideki Matsui followed Graham Godfrey made his major league debut with
with an RBI single to cut the White Sox lead to a run. San-
tos then walked Daric Barton and hit Kurt Suzki with a
Brett Anderson sidelined by elbow soreness. Godfrey
allowed ﬁve runs on nine hits over 4 1-3 innings.
Routt Spring Sports Banquet June 15
breaking ball to load the bases. Sizemore then split the Godfrey was 7-1 with a 2.50 ERA for Sacramento. The The Routt Spring Sports Banquet for students
left-center gap to give the Athletics a 7-5 lead. 26-year old right-hander started one game for Double-A involved in baseball, softball and boys’ and girls’ track is
Santos allowed three runs in Wednesday’s loss to the Midland before being promoted to Sacramento. June 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the K of C Hall. Juniors and
Mariners. Trailing 1-0 in the ﬁrst inning, Carlos Quentin drew a seniors need to bring a dessert, and freshmen and soph-
Grant Balfour (4-1) pitched a scoreless eighth for the two-out walk, then Konerko followed with his 16th home omores need to bring a hot dish. The Sports Boosters
victory and Andrew Bailey pitched a perfect ninth for his run and second in as many days to put Chicago ahead. It will provide the meat.
ﬁrst save of the season. was Konerko’s ninth straight game with an extra-base hit,
Paul Konerko hit a two-run homer and A.J. Pierzynski setting a franchise record.
LA stadium planner: 5 teams in talks
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The head of the sports and
entertainment ﬁrm that wants to build an NFL stadium
in downtown Los Angeles has been in talks with ofﬁcials
Stewart out, Holgorsen in as WVU coach from ﬁve teams about the proposed venue, a company
ofﬁcial said Friday.
Anschutz Entertainment Group President and CEO
BY VICKI SMITH Holgorsen said he hasn’t addressed the players yet, but Tim Leiweke has spoken with representatives from the
ASSOCIATED PRESS his message plans to be “stay the course. Nothing really Minnesota Vikings, San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raid-
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Dana Holgorsen was intro- changes. ers, St. Louis Rams and Jacksonville Jaguars, company
duced as West Virginia’s head football coach Friday night, “The one thing that will be preached ever y day is spokesman Michael Roth told The Associated Press.
hours after Bill Stewart resigned. unity.” Leiweke said all those teams are “in the mix,” but con-
Athletic director Oliver Luck didn’t address speciﬁc When Holgorsen was hired, West Virginia had antici- ceded, “We’re not packing any (moving) vans right now,”
reasons for Stewart’s resignation at a news conference. pated the arrangement might not work. Holgorsen’s initial according to the Orange County Register, which was
But Luck said recent developments had become an issue. agreement included a clause that gave him a raise if he ﬁrst to report on the talks.
“It was a combination of things,” Luck said. “The pro- became head coach before or during this season. Leiweke also told the Register that AEG owner Philip
gram is more important than any individual. Clearly this Luck had said he hired Holgorsen because he believed Anschutz was prepared to acquire a majority stake in an
was becoming a distraction for the program.” the Mountaineers couldn’t win a national championship NFL team that would play at the proposed venue and
Both Holgorsen and Stewart made unwanted headlines under Stewart’s leadership. Stewart went 28-12 in three that the company was willing to pay for a team to get out
in recent weeks. seasons but failed to earn a Bowl Championship Series of its current lease.
An intoxicated Holgorsen was escorted out of a casino berth. AEG’s $1 billion plan for a 72,000-seat stadium on part
last month. More recently, a reporter said Stewart had Under the transition arrangement, Stewart was sup- of the city’s convention center campus is one of two com-
approached him shortly after Holgorsen’s hiring to “dig posed take an undetermined administrative position after peting proposals that aim to bring pro football back to
up” dirt on his eventual successor. the 2011 season. Los Angeles 15 years after the Rams and Raiders left the
Holgorsen was hired as offensive coordinator and head Luck said he modeled the transition to ones conducted nation’s second-largest market within months of one
coach-in-waiting in December, while Stewart was to serve when Bret Bielema took over at Wisconsin and Chip Kelly another.
his ﬁnal season in 2011. Now Holgorsen is a college head assumed control at Oregon. Luck said he had no doubt it Warehouse magnate Ed Roski has permits in place to
coach for the ﬁrst time and also will serve as offensive would be handled professionally. build a separate 75,000-seat stadium about 15 miles east
coordinator. “This is the chance of a lifetime. I understand “At the time I thought it made a lot of sense,” Luck said. of Los Angeles, in the city of Industry, but has also not
that.” Holgorsen said. “I thought it was good management practice.” secured a team.
Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Ill., Saturday, June 11, 2011 11
TANK TALK: Dale Earnhardt
Jr. was charging again, hop-
ing that this time he’d come
out on top in a frantic late fu- LONG POND, Pa. (AP)
el-mileage battle. But leader — Richard Childress refuses
Brad Keselowski stretched to talk about what he did to
his tank perfectly Sunday to Kyle Busch. Ryan Newman
win the Sprint Cup race — and Juan Pablo Montoya
and extend Earnhardt’s win- won’t talk about secret ﬁnes
less streak to 106 races. Ke- or threatened lawsuits.
selowski led the ﬁnal nine What the owner and driv-
laps for his second Sprint ers are so hush-hush about
Cup victory in 66 races, and is exactly what everyone in
the ﬁrst for Penske Racing or around NASCAR is talk-
since Kurt Busch last year in ing about. The action on the
the Coca-Cola 600. Keselows- track Friday was secondary
ki also had a surprise 2009 to what the key players in-
victory at Talladega in on- volved in two big dustups
ly his ﬁfth career Cup start. weren’t discussing.
“There are some secrets to Childress stepped out of
it and I just maximized them Jeff Burton’s hauler Friday at
all. I had plenty (of fuel) left,” Pocono Raceway for a Q&A
Keselowski said. Earnhardt that took no Q’s and gave
appeared set to make a late very few A’s. His 90-second
charge on Keselowski. That remarks were nearly identi-
push never came — though cal to his statement from ear-
Earnhardt did move up to lier this week that NASCAR
third in the standings and was right to fine him and
is just one point behind Jim- Crew members push Carl Edwards’ race car in the garage area during practice for Sunday’s place him on probation for
mie Johnson. For the second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 5-hour ENERGY 500 auto race Friday in Long Pond, Pa. assaulting Busch. The owner
week in a row in a fuel-mile- just won’t apologize to Busch
age race, Earnhardt came up for the incident.
just short. There was one slight ad-
dition: Childress said he
wished NASCAR had done
something to Busch after
the driver bumped into Joey
POINTS LEADERS Coulter on the cool-down lap
after the Trucks race at Kan-
SPRINT CUP The 65-year-old grandfa-
1. Carl Edwards 485 Leader ther apparently approached
2. Jimmie Johnson 445 -40 Busch after the Trucks race,
3. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 444 -41 placed him in a headlock,
4. Kevin Harvick 442 -43
5. Kyle Busch 425 -60
and punched him several
6. Kurt Busch 414 -71 times.
7. Matt Kenseth 412 -73 “He was probably a little
8. Tony Stewart 393 -92 surprised he got in that situ-
9. Clint Bowyer 391 -94
10. Ryan Newman 382 -103
ation,” Burton said. “But ev-
11. Denny Hamlin 381 -104 erybody has their limits. You
12. Greg Biffle 377 -108 push anybody hard enough
and you’ll ﬁnd that limit.”
Newman found his after
he allegedly punched Mon-
NATIONWIDE SERIES toya during a meeting last
1. Reed Sorenson 488 Leader month at Darlington. Ru-
2. Elliott Sadler 486 -2
mors surfaced that Newman
3. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 482 -6
4. Justin Allgaier 477 -11 was secretly fined $50,000
5. Aric Almirola 442 -46 and that Montoya consid-
6. Jason Leffler 437 -51 ered taking legal action
7. Kenny Wallace 417 -71
against the driver.
8. Steve Wallace 385 -103
9. Brian Scott 366 -122 Newman did not deny he
10. Michael Annett 346 -142 A pair of race fans watch as Dale Earnhardt Jr. drives his race car during practice for Sun- was ﬁned. “I’ve always said
day’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 5-hour ENERGY 500 auto race Friday in Long Pond, Pa. that private things happen
privately and what happens
in the trailer stays in the trail-
CAMPING WORLD TRUCK er,” Newman said. “There
1. Johnny Sauter
2. Cole Whitt
Dale Earnhardt Jr. back in the high life again in 2011 is a reason that we have pri-
vate meetings and there is a
3. Austin Dillon 272 -30 reason that NASCAR does
4. Matt Crafton 270 -32
5. Timothy Peters 255 -47 BY DAN GELSTON both his morale and his spot in Earnhardt has battled the things the way they do.”
6. Ron Hornaday 246 -56 ASSOCIATED PRESS the standings. frustration of being so close to
7. James Buescher 243 -59 LONG POND, Pa. — Dale “We’re not satisﬁed. We want taking the checkered flag with
8. Parker Kligerman 228 -74
9. Todd Bodine 224 -78
Earnhardt Jr. needed an ex- to win races,” Earnhardt said Fri- the pride of knowing he’s run-
10. Brendan Gaughan 215 -87 treme makeover to shake up his day. “I know those guys are itch- ning at the front of the pack. He NEXT WEEK
sagging career. New shop. New ing to win and get into Victory has not won since Michigan in
crew chief. New team. Lane.” June 2008, his ﬁrst season with SPRINT CUP
Now comes the best part for He’s getting close to grabbing Hendrick Motorsports. Heluva Good!
NASCAR’s most popular driver. the checkered ﬂag. He was 12th in the standings Sour Cream Dips 400
ON THE TUBE Better results. Earnhardt thought he was go- that year, then ﬁnished 21st last Michigan International
His winless drought is stuck ing to win at Martinsville Speed- year and 25th in 2009. Speedway
on 106 races entering Pocono way until Kevin Harvick passed In any other sport, those kind Sunday, June 19, noon
SPRINT CUP Raceway and the three-year mark him with four laps left for the of results can get you booed out
of his last victory is closing in. win. He settled for second, which of town.
Earnhardt, though, might ﬁnal- started a string of three top-10 But Earnhardt’s legion of NATIONWIDE SERIES
ly have his career back on track ﬁnishes. Then came heartbreak diehards have never wavered Alliance Truck Parts 250
after a string of underachiev- at Charlotte Motor Speedway. He in their suppor t even as he Michigan International
ing seasons at Hendrick Motor- led on the ﬁnal lap before his gas slumped, and few sounds in Speedway
sports. tank ran dr y and finished sev- sports can match the roar from Saturday, June 18, 2:30 p.m.
5-HOUR ENERGY 500 His next win, especially if it enth. Last week at Kansas, anoth- the stands when No. 88 zooms
comes soon, won’t be a stunner er second, giving him seven top into the lead.
Sunday, June 12 because he’s been one of the hot- 10s this season — one fewer than They all have reason to cheer CAMPING WORLD TRUCK
TNT noon test drivers in the sport, boosting his 36-race total from a year ago. this year. No race scheduled
S TANLE Y CUP F I N A L S
Canucks edge Bruins 1-0 in Game 5
BY GREG BEACHAM and got a good bounce.”
VANCOUVER, British Colum-
bia — With a fortunate bounce
Vancouver within 1 win of NHL title Lapierre was a late-season ac-
quisition who largely ser ves as
an agitator for the Canucks, not
and a ﬂawless goalie, the Vancou- ﬁdent. He was vocal, and usually up on a goal that set off a crazy jersey hanging in the visitors’ a scorer. He’s never managed
ver Canucks are heading back to he’s not a vocal guy. We thought celebration among tens of thou- locker room, the Bruins’ pow- more than 15 goals in a season,
Boston with the chance to hoist it would be something special.” sands of fans thronging down- er play regressed to its previ- and he had just six this season
the Stanley Cup for the ﬁrst time. Game 6 is Monday night in town Vancouver. ous postseason struggles, going while playing for Montreal, Ana-
Maxim Lapierre scored on a Boston, and the Stanley Cup will Luongo was pulled from Game 0 for 4. heim and Vancouver.
carom off the back boards with be there. 4, but coach Alain Vigneault After two scoreless periods of “Those are usually the kind of
15:25 to play, Rober to Luon- The Canucks have scored just stuck with him for Game 5. The stellar goaltending in which Bos- goals that go in when no one is
go stopped 31 shots in a stirring six goals in ﬁve Stanley Cup ﬁnals Olympic champion was only oc- ton went scoreless on four pow- scoring,” Thomas said. “A lot of
shutout after getting pulled from games against brilliant Boston casionally spectacular, but he still er plays, the Canucks ﬁnally con- times it’s going to be that ﬂuke
his last game, and the Canucks goalie Tim Thomas, yet they’re narrowly outplayed Thomas, who nected with a supremely heady one of f the boards, and Lapi-
moved to the brink of their ﬁrst one victory away from winning it has received just two goals of sup- play by the veteran Bieksa, who erre didn’t even get the shot off
NHL championship with a 1-0 vic- all. port from his teammates in three used Thomas’ aggressive style clean. If he got the shot off clean,
tory over Boston in Game 5 on “We’ve been through this, I games in Vancouver. against him. I would have been able to read it
Friday night. don’t know how many times,” “(Luongo) knows that we be- Bieksa deliberately put a long better and would have had a bet-
Luongo helped Vancouver Boston coach Claude Julien said. lieve in him,” Vancouver forward shot wide of the goal, and when ter chance at it.”
take a 3-2 series lead, posting “We’re not a team that’s done any- Alex Burrows said. “He’s unreal. Thomas instinctively moved to The Canucks hung on from
his fourth shutout of the playoffs thing the easy way, so in a way, We have so much conﬁdence in his glove side to play it, the puck there, winning their sixth
and second of the Stanley Cup ﬁ- it’s not a surprise we’re here. ... him, and he doesn’t listen to what ricocheted off the back boards straight home playof f game
nals after giving up 12 goals in Tonight was certainly not a good people outside this locker room straight to Lapierre, who put it since May 7.
less than four periods during two night for our power play, not a say. We know he’s the best goal- behind Thomas for just his sec- If Vancouver can’t improve on
blowout losses in Boston. good night for our whole team in ie in the league.” ond goal of the postseason. its last trip to Boston, the ﬁnals
“There was something about creating scoring chances.” Thomas made 24 saves in “I hope I was tr ying to miss will go to Game 7 in Vancouver
him before the game,” said Van- Neither team found an offen- Game 5, but lost his shutout the net, because I missed it by on Wednesday night. The home
couver defenseman Kevin Bieksa, sive ﬂow in a Game 5 nail-biter, streak of 110 minutes, 42 sec- about 8 feet,” Bieksa said. “I team has won every game in this
who set up the only goal. “He just but Luongo kept Vancouver in it onds dating to Game 3. With in- didn’t have a real good angle to series, and the Bruins have won
seemed so comfortable, so con- until Lapierre and Bieksa teamed jured for ward Nathan Horton’s the net, so I just put it up there their last ﬁve at home.
12 Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Ill., Saturday, June 11, 2011
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Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville South Jacksonville South Jacksonville South Jacksonville Other Areas
Central Central East North South Jacksonville South Jacksonville South Jacksonville Winchester
#3 CRAMPTON (off 713 GLADSTONE, 1042 E. MORTON, 1866 POOR FARM # 7 S O U T H L A N D 1713 S. EAST , 8TH ANNUAL 283 S. ELM ST.
of Woodland) Fri. & Fri. & Sat. 7-1. Office Fri. & Sat. 7-12, ROAD (4 miles north PARK DR. by Bank Thurs. & Fri. 8-4, NEIGHBORHOOD (WGS gym), Fri.
Sat. 8-11. Multi-fam- chair, bells, VHS Small tools, furniture, of Jacksonville), Fri. West of S. Jacksonville, Sat. 8-?. You’ve SALE 4-8 & Sat. 7-3. PAT
ily, lots of clothes, movies & storage several small model & Sat. 8-3. Every- Sat. 7:30-1. House- been asking for this LINDEN, BEL- rummage sale.
teen boys/girls, box, C h r i s t m a s cars, household thing from adult 28 IVYWOOD DR. hold, stroller, pedes- sale since last year. MONT, COLUM- Clothing all sizes,
women’s to size 14, items, clothes, card items. clothing, kids & baby Sat. 8-12. Three tal sink, bathroom Designer clothes & BIAN & MELROSE dressing table,
kids size 3T-12, table & chairs, misc. clothing, lots of baby Families. TEEN vanity sink, both new shoes, holiday deco- (by water tower), small TV, stereo,
books, rugs, beds, Central items and furniture, CLOTHING, furni- rations, goose Sat. 7-?. Lots of books, toys, lots of
mini-fridge, recliner, beanie babies, kids ture, dog house, ex- South Jacksonville clothes, like new items, baby-adult misc items. Priced
good e l e c t r i c 820 EDGEHILL RD. bedding, knick ercise equipment, complete baby bed, clothes, toys, furni- to Sell! Bake Sale
guitar/amp, house- (corner of Edgehill & East knacks & much misc. 1316 M A S S E Y well pressure tank, ture, many house- too!!
hold applances & de- Rosedale) Fri. 9-3, more. Come check it West LANE, Sat. 7-1. console TV, goose- hold items, tools.
cor. Sat. 8-12. Boys 115 SPAULDING, out! Kid’s clothes & toys, berries & booth & ta- Too much to list,
clothes 0-24 months, Sat. 8-?. Kids, Winchester
Central West 310 WOODLAND adult clothes, furni- ble from old Ranch but you won’t want
Winnie The Pooh women’s clothing, PLACE, Sat. 8-1. ture, home decor. House restaurant. to miss this one!! 115 E. Pearl St., Sat.
1056 DOOLIN (in ga- collectibles, desk, knick-knacks, misc. 12 APPOMATOX, Comforters, fabric, Lots of misc.
8-12. Yard sale to
rage off Oak St.), Fri. household items and Sat. 7-12, Girls cloth- South Jacksonville
clothes, home decor, South Jacksonville benefit orphans in
& Sat. 8-?. 4 family. home decor. ing 0-3T, stroller & misc. Uganda. All sales by
Rain or shine. Central infant seat, TV, bike South Jacksonville PRAIRIELAND
West 1403 LAKELAWN GROUNDS, Sat. 8-3. donation only. Lots
Kitchen appliances, and more. DR. Sat. 7-1. New-
furniture, CB equip- 834 N. CHURCH, Sat. West
18 VICTORIA LANE, Flea market & family of misc. Cancelled in
ment, tons of misc. 7-11. High chair, 49 IVYWOOD DR., b o r n - 2 T b o y s Fri- 7-1 & 3:30-6, fun day. Lots of ven- case of rain.
Sat. 8-12. 3 family. clothes, stroller & car
baby-2T boy’s, Little East Sat. 7-1. Multi family dors, concession
Central 1835 CEDAR ST. Sat. Lots of toys, house- seat, playpen, high- sale! Boy’s, girl’s &
Tikes toys, keurig, 7-11. Infant and stand, kids’ games & Winchester
wares, books, bikes, chair, baby bed, men
microwave, Snapper 715 E. STATE. Sat. adult clothing various petting zoo, raffle for
1065 S. CLAY, Sat. women’s clothing, and womens clothes, sizes, lots of kids
7-12. Home decor, lawn mower, men’s, 7-late. Lots of baby household, holiday
misc. 4 in-field box seats & 202 N. COMMER-
toys, 2 power CIAL, Fri. 4-7 &
books, doll crib, parking pass to St.
parsons table, sur- women’s, Jr. clothes boy & girl clothes, items, books, Snow West wheels, lamps, lots household, misc Sat, 7-1. Boy/girl
round stereo, small & much more! women’s clothes, Babies and porcelain Louis baseball game
more. clothing newborn to
lots of misc. items. June 24. Free admis-
appliances, video Central dolls. 5 SUNNYDALE, Sat.
3T, blankets, Lon-
camera, purses, 50’s East 7-?. Rain or shine. sion.
West South Jacksonville gaberger crib bed-
diner table & chairs, 859 N. MAIN, in fel- 1st time sale. Name
young boy’s clothes. lowship hall behind 964 & 965 E. COL-
19B SHENANDOAH, brand back to school
South Jacksonville Other Areas ding boy girl, 2
Calvary B a p t i s t LEGE, Sat. 8-2. 1410 S. CLAY, Fri. New Berlin Graco highchairs,
Central Fri. & Sat. 8-3. Lots kid’s clothes, girl’s 4-7 & Sat. 7-12. Nice 2123 MAGNOLIA,
Church, Thurs. 12-6, Books, clothes, furni- 6-14, boy’s 4-6, baby bath seat,
of knick knacks, out- boy’s clothes 6mo. Sat. 7-1. Precious NEW BERLIN Town- pack n play, adult
Fri. 8-5:30 & Sat. ture, toys, glassware, door portable fire pit women’s S-L, toys, -3T, swim trunks, Moments, cabinet,
530 S. MAIN (Harvest 8-1:30. BIG SALE! kitchen items, bed- wide Sales. Fri. 4-8 clothing, toys rock-
Temple), Thurs. & & grill, 2 twin beds, housewares, fish
Clothes, dishes, ding, flower pots, bathroom cabinet, ab pictures, antique & Sat. 9-1. Map/di- ing horse, pony,
Fri. 8-5, Sat. 8-1. toys, linens, books, greeting cards, pic- too much to list. tank, movies & lounge, barely worn school desk, bike for
games. Priced to rectory at library play mat. Lots of
Huge church rum- West women’s n a m e 2, stereo, tent, book fair/bake sale misc!!
furniture, snowman ture frames, too sell!
mage sale. collection, items too much to list. brand clothes 8-10, clothes, home decor after 2pm on Friday.
Central 22 TERRY DR. Fri. & West toys, pans, misc. & more.
numerous to list. NORTH Waverly Winchester
Benefits Relay for Sat. 8-? Three family
611 CALDWELL, Fri. Life. 1601,1605,1671,1621 sale! S T U F F , AARON DRIVE & JA- South Jacksonville
5-8 & Sat. 8-?. Multi- Central STUFF, & MORE COBS LANE Fri. South Jacksonville WAVERLY C I T Y 23 W. PLEASANT,
SANDUSKY, Fri. & WIDE Garage Sales! Sat. 7-?, Electric or-
family. Toys, clothes, Sat. 8-?. Furniture, STUFF!!! 4:30-7 & Sat. 7-12. 1606 LAKEVIEW
Longaberger bas- 864 HARDIN, Fri. 4-? household, complete 3rd annual neighbor- TERRACE, Fri. & 230 E. PENNSYLVA- Fri. 5-? & Sat. 8-? g a n , furniture,
West NIA, Fri. 8-12 & 4-7, 30+ Locations! All lo- dishes, jewelry,
kets, Boyds bears, & Sat. 7-1. Creative king waterbed set, hood garage sale. 10 Sat. 8-12. Full size
antique bed, com- Sat. 8-12. House- cations open Sat. books, Christmas
misc. Memories, puzzles, collectable dolls, de- 2309 MOUND RD., plus families partici- hold, clothing, Maps available at items.
Central 25¢ clothes, bikes, p r e s s i o n glass, Sat 7-11. Lots of pating around the puter stand, queen
size brass head- scrubs, books & fur- Fanco and Casey’s.
Nintendo DS games, books, puzzles, goodies. Misc stuff - neighborhood. niture.
710 S. CLAY, Sat. fabric, wood crafts, handicap electric furniture, quilts, West board, TV, kitchen Winchester Winchester
7-3, Misc. clothes, food saver, toys. cart, bath lift, carrier. shoes, purses, lin- table & chairs, toys.
electronics, furniture. Central North ens, glassware. FINLEY STREET GA- South Jacksonville 130 N. GREEN, Sat.
Rain date Sat. 18th. West RAGE sale, Sat. South Jacksonville 7:30-12. Multifam- 5th Annual
Central BARTON W. STONE VALEVUE ACRES 7:30-12. Multifamily 422 SOUTHVILLE ily. Baby clothes Winchester
HOME Volunteer As- Neighborhood Wide- 6 MANASSAS Fri. B a b y furniture, 1618 S. CLAY Fri. Sat. 8-12. Porcelain 0-2T, car seats,
4-8 & Sat. 8-11. clothes & toys, table 6pm-8pm, S a t . dolls, lace table toys, adult clothing, City Wide
825 FREEDMAN, Fri. sociation, 873 Grove, Sale! (Three miles
8-5:30 & Sat. 8-12. Thurs. & Fri. 8:30-5, north of Jacksonville Bikes, microwave, & chairs, furniture, 8am-11am. Carport cloths, Hallmark or- dishes & kitchen Garage Sales
Computer desk, Sat. 8-11. Rummage on Hwy. 78.) Fri. 4-8 misc. girls & boys d e e p freeze, Sale! This, That, naments, plus size items, books, new Saturday 7-1.
women’s clothes, sale in the Commu- & Sat. 7:30-11. Lots clothes, TV’s, misc. 4-wheeler & lots Thingamabobs, & womens, household, golf bags, tools, Addresses available
misc. nity Room. of kids items. household. more! Whatyamacallits! misc. Cancel if rain. treadmill. at Fanco & Scotty’s.
14 Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Ill., Saturday, June 11, 2011
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•Automotive Sales &coin-op Laundry
Dow falls below 12K; stocks
Real Estate IMMEDIATE
ALL REAL estate ad-
vertising in this
newspaper is sub-
ject to the Fair
Housing Act which
makes it illegal to
One bedroom units.
100% section 8 sub-
drop for 6 weeks straight
abled housing. La-
advertise “any pref- borers’ Home Devel- BY DANIEL WAGNER not just in the U.S.
erence, limitation or opment. 1335 S. AND MATTHEW CRAFT Some stocks that moved sub-
discrimination based Diamond, Jacksonv- AP BUSINESS WRITERS June 10, 2011 The daily high, low and close for
on race, color, relig- the week ending June 10 stantially or traded heavily Fri-
lle. Contact Brenda Fears that the global econom-
ion, sex, handicap, at (217)245-7911. -172.45 day:
familial status or na- ic recovery has stalled pushed Live Nation Enter tain-
tional origin, or an the Dow Jones industrial aver- 11,951.91
12,100 ment Inc., up 62 cents at $10.92.
intention, to make
any such prefer-
age below 12,000 for the first -41.14 The New York Post reported that
ence, limitation or time since March and drove the the concert promoter’s chairman
discrimination.” Fa- stock market lower for the sixth 11,900 and its biggest shareholder could
milial status includes M T W Th F
straight week. -18.02 take the company private.
children under 18 IN FRANKLIN- 2 BR Friday’s drop extended the
living with parents or 1,270.98 The Travelers Companies
townhouse, patio, 4 -199.35
legal custodians, longest weekly losing streak for 11,951.35 Inc., down $1.87 at $59.21. The
appliances, A/C, -13.10
pregnant women quiet area, no pets. stocks since the fall of 2002. insurer said severe weather in
and people securing $475. 217-473-7526 Weak economic news has 779.54 April and May would likely cost
custody of children dampened hopes for a steady re- -89.05
under 18. IN FRANKLIN-2 BR 2,643.73 it $1 billion to $1.05 billion, and it
This newspaper will duplex, 5 appliances covery, sending stocks down. will limit stock buybacks.
not knowingly ac- garage, patio, nice Traders worry that weaker hir- Advanced: 601 MEMC Electronic Mate-
quiet area, no pets. -29.18
cept any advertising ing, sluggish industrial output, Declined: 2,461 1,270.98 rials Inc., down 32 cents at
for real estate which $595. 217-473-7526 and a moribund housing market
is in violation of the Unchanged: 94 $8.76. A Stifel Nicolaus analyst
law. Our readers are
JACKSONVILLE are reversing a bull market that Volume: 3.9 b
cut his investment rating on the
LARGE 2 bedroom, has lifted the Dow 20 percent -60.90
silicon wafer maker because
hereby informed that 2,319.24
all dwellings adver- stove, refrigerator, over the past year. of problems in its solar energy
tised in this newspa- If the indexes continue their business.
washer/dryer Advanced: 598
per are available on -205.76
an equal opportunity
hookup, sunny en- slide for another week, it would Declined: 1,992
8,016.39 Horace Mann Educators
closed porch, new be the ﬁrst time in 10 years that Corp., down 37 cents at $14.87.
basis. high efficiency fur- AP
the market suffered a seven- Unchanged: 101
nace & AC, new The auto and homeowners’ in-
week stretch of losses. The last Volume: 1.9 b Aside from a promising re- surance provider cut its profit
windows, off street AP
parking. 217-245- such stretch began in May 2001 port on higher exports Thurs- forecast because of payouts due
4415 or as the dot-com bubble deﬂated. day, investors had little reason to to this spring’s tornadoes and
217-491-6325. Edit All fi f
gains had evaporated. The losses cheer this week. Citigroup Inc.,
The Nasdaq is now down were widespread, with declines storms.
BEST BUY in town. NEAR IC, small effi- slightly for the year, as is the Rus- Bank of America Corp. and oth- Family Dollar Stores Inc.,
808 S. West. Call ciency, downstairs.
across all 10 of the S&P 500’s in- er big banks led stocks lower
sell 2000 index of small compa- dustry groups. down 21 cents at $52.36. Activist
Joe, Worrell Leka, $235 plus electric ny stocks. The Dow is still up 3.2 Monday amid expectations that investor William Ackman’s Per-
217-371-0992. and gas. Ablin suggested that Friday’s
percent for 2011 and the S&P 1.1 banks would have to set aside shing Square became the retail-
FOR SALE, 901 E. (217)248-0439. losses were partially driven by more cash to cover potential
Vandalia, brick percent. the Federal Reserve’s unload- er’s biggest shareholder with an
ranch home Some investors said the re- losses. 8.9 percent stake.
(217)245-4916. ing of millions in risky mortgage Federal Reser ve Chairman
cent pullback may not last. bonds onto the market. As big Goodyear Tire & Rub-
FOR SALE: 2.5 miles
Jack Ablin, chief investment Ben Bernanke gave a speech ber Co., down $1.07 at $14.99.
West of Winchester, NEAR MACMUR- banks buy those securities, they Tuesday in which he said the
3 Bedroom, 1/34 RAY, attractive 2nd officer at Harris Private Bank, dump assets such as stocks and The tire maker will sell its tire
bath, 2100sq’, 2 car floor furnished 1 said strong corporate earn- economy’s greatest troubles -- reinforcement wire business to
garage, basement, bedroom, high-yield corporate bonds. high oil prices and supply chain
ings and widespread econom- Karyn Cavanaugh, vice pres- South Korea’s Hyosung Corp. for
new AC/furnace/wa- washer/dryer, ga-
ic growth, however slow, should disruptions from Japan -- would $50 million.
terheater, 3.9acre. rage. $425 plus ident and market strategist with soon pass. Bernanke offered no
(309)337-9520 electricit. Also nice 2
lead to more gains in the coming ING Investment Management, Verigy Ltd., up $1.47 at
months. “Anyone selling shares hint of further help from the Fed $14.96. Advantest Corp.’s $1.1 bil-
OPEN HOUSE bedroom, good advised investors to stick out the and the stock market dropped
SUNDAY, JUNE basement, today has to be pricing in a reces- market’s recent turbulence. lion acquisition of the maker of
washer/dryer, porch. sion,” he said. Most economists as he spoke. computer chip testing systems
12TH $465. “The market doesn’t go up in- Asian markets were mixed
NOON-4:00 P.M. (217)245-2805,
expect slow growth but not a re- deﬁnitely; it’s not a straight line cleared a U.S. antitrust hurdle.
cession. Friday. A smaller than anticipat- Lululemon Athletica Inc.,
120 S. Charles • (217)245-9626. and it does get choppy at times,”
Ashland, IL Shares had bounced back ed Chinese trade surplus in May up $3.80 at $89.94. The yoga and
Completely remod- ONE BEDROOM, she said. Cavanaugh said sev- and a bigger than expected de-
Thursday, breaking six straight en straight quarters of stronger- workout gear store’s quarterly
eled 3 bedroom 2nd floor, most utili- days of losses, after U.S. exports cline in British industrial pro-
with potential 4th ties paid. Deposit re- than-expected corporate earn- net income rose 70 percent, and
unexpectedly hit a record in duction in April led to fears that the company raised its guidance
bedroom, 2 full quired. ings are a clear signal that the
baths, new carpet, (217)245-8945. April. By Friday morning, those growth is also slowing overseas, for the year.
new kitchen, new
bull market will continue.
fixtures, new appli- Rental/Houses
COUNTRY HOME, 3
ances, new land- bedroom, 1 bath.
scaping, new win-
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dows & much rent, security deposit
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(217)473-5129. Ohio judge says Ford must pay dealers $2B ADM
217-473-0553 JACKSONVILLE COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ford Motor Co. must pay nearly $2 AMEREN 28.36 MCDONALDS 80.36
VIRGINIA: 831 S. $750 rent & $750 billion in damages to thousands of dealerships in a 2002 class-ac- APPLE 325.90 MERCK 35.45
PLUM, beautiful deposit. 3 bath, 3-4 AT&T 30.34 MICROSOFT 23.70
stick built, large 3 bedroom, garage, tion lawsuit that said the automaker violated dealer agreements, an
CASEY’S GENERAL STORE 40.49 MONSANTO 68.77
bedroom, 2 bath gas log fireplace, Ohio judge ruled Friday. CATERPILLAR 96.79 NESTLE 62.50
ranch, corner lot, newly renovated, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Peter Corrigan issued CISCO SYSTEMS 15.12 PEPSICO 68.69
2.5 car (needs new new furnace and the ruling based on a Feb. 11 jury determination that the company COCA COLA 65.39 PFIZER 20.11
d o o r ) . $ 7 9 , 9 0 0 . A/C. (217)754-3929. COMPUTER SCIENCE 37.69 PNC BANK 59.07
(217)204-1456. overcharged dealers for commercial trucks over an 11-year period. CONAGRA FOOD 24.18 PROCTOR & GAMBLE 64.70
TWO BEDROOM Damages are to be paid to more than 3,000 dealerships, said CVS CAREMARK 37.21 SONIC 9.71
Comm. Real Estate house, $285. 3 bed- James Lowe, a Cleveland attorney for Westgate Ford Truck Sales DEERE CO 81.80 STEAK N SHAKE (BH) 368.45
FULLY EQUIPPED room, $395. 1 and 2 DELL INC 15.47 STAPLES 14.79
Family restaurant bedroom apart- Inc., a dealership in Youngstown that represents the class. DINEEQUITY (APPLEBEE’S) 47.56 SYSCO 30.40
ready to go on ments, $285 and up. “In awarding the dealers the amount of money they overpaid DYNEGY 5.84 STIFEL NICOLAUS 35.99
square in Franklin House, contract, for trucks, the jury verdict places Westgate and the rest of the EXXON MOBIL 79.78 TARGET 46.70
$79,900. $2000-$5000 down. dealers in the financial position contemplated by the terms of the FAMILY DOLLAR 52.36 TENNECO AUTO 38.32
217-473-7526. 40 houses for sale. GENERAL ELECTRIC 18.32 UNILEVER 31.70
(217)243-6491. contract,” Lowe said. HOME DEPOT 33.47 US BANCORP 24.33
Mobile Homes Ford said in a statement that the company will appeal. HARLEY DAVIDSON 35.40 VERIZON 35.19
WHY RENT, OWN Rental/Commercial IBM 163.18 WALGREENS 42.97
YOUR OWN HOME, 1500 & 2040 SQ. ft INTEL 21.38 WAL-MART 52.72
$385 per month, prime office/retail
Call Rhonda, North- spaces. 1050 W.
Appeals court upholds $188M Wal-Mart verdict >> REPORT SUPPLIED BY THE LOCAL OFFICE OF STIFEL NICOLAUS & COMPANY INC. <<
217-243-2802, only (217)243-8000. HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A $188 million class-action verdict
3 left. against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Sam’s Club over payment to em-
OFFICE SPACE /re-
Rental/Duplex tail, Wall Street, ployees for rest breaks and off-the-clock work was upheld Friday
NICE WEST end 2 close to Morton, 600 by a Pennsylvania appeals court. Mar 7161⁄2 7131⁄2 11⁄4
bedroom, garage, s q u a r e
A/C, quiet, big (217)473-6996.
feet. A three-judge Superior Court panel said there was sufficient NYSE summary May 724 ⁄2
kitchen. Lease, de- evidence at trial to conclude there had been a breach of contract, NEW YORK (AP)–Sales, 4:30 p.m. price and net change Jul 729 ⁄4 736 ⁄2 726 733 - 3 ⁄4
of the 15 most active New York Stock Exchange issues, Sep 6711⁄4 683 671 683 + 2
posit, references. unjust enrichment and violations of state labor laws. 1 1 1
trading nationally. Dec 632 ⁄2 643 ⁄2 630 ⁄2 643 - 2
$630/month. The judges also ruled in a 211-page opinion that the presiding Name Volume Last Chg. SOYBEANS
(217)886-2282. Philadelphia judge erred in determining some of the plaintiffs’ le- 5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel
Bank of Am 206,907,385 10.80 + .15
1 1 1 1 1
Rental gal fees, and sent that part of the case back for recalculation. S&P500 ETF 195,340,954 127.60 - 1.80 Jul 1381 ⁄4 1397 ⁄2 1377 ⁄4 1387 ⁄4
Aug 13761⁄4 13901⁄4 13711⁄2 13821⁄4
The 2006 trial, which lasted 32 days, resulted in a finding that SPDR Fncl 145,996,547 14.83 - .10
Apartments Wal-Mart did not pay employees for all the work they performed
FordMot 95,902,500 13.35 - .45
3 1 1
Sep 1373 ⁄4 1388 ⁄2 1370 ⁄4 1379 ⁄2
**KING RENTALS** iShRus2K 66,411,195 78.00 - 1.27 Nov 13751⁄4 13901⁄4 13701⁄2 13813⁄4 - 5
One and two bed- and did not let them take their paid, mandatory rest breaks, the iShEMkts 60,698,016 46.47 - 1.03 Jan 13841⁄4 13961⁄4 13801⁄4 13911⁄4 - 41⁄2
room, $365 & up. judges wrote. The court awarded $46 million in attorneys’ fees. Pﬁzer 57,034,868 20.11 - .64 Mar 13861⁄2 14003⁄4 13861⁄4 13941⁄4 - 41⁄4
Citigroup rs 55,961,483 37.92 + .15 May 13781⁄2 1395 1378 1386 - 71⁄4
No pets. Wal-Mart spokesman Greg Rossiter said the retail giant be- 1 3 1 1
(217)416-9288. GenlElec 55,113,006 18.32 - .26 Jul 1384 ⁄2 1396 ⁄4 1384 ⁄4 1390 ⁄4 - 7
lieves the court decision was wrong in a number of respects and JPMorgChse 48,042,181 41.05 + .07
3 3 3
Aug 1388 ⁄4 1388 ⁄4 1384 ⁄4 1384 ⁄4
A TWO bedroom,
west end location, looks forward to additional review in the courts. WellsFargo 45,534,107 26.28 + .06 SOYBEAN OIL
SprintNextel 42,640,433 5.22 - .19 60,000 lbs; cents per lb
cluded. Water, trash NokiaCorp 40,754,905 6.29 Jul 56.54 57.61 56.53 56.85 - .55
paid. No pets/smok-
OPEC: Demand for oil outstrips supply Bar iPVixST rs 33,754,152
Aug 56.81 57.84 56.81 57.13
Sep 57.11 58.07 57.10 57.41
(217)243-7391. VIENNA (AP) — An OPEC report suggests world demand for 100 tons; dollars per ton
its oil is outstripping supply. Nasdaq summary Jul 372.20 375.80 368.10 373.30 + .40
The monthly demand forecast from the oil cartel shows esti- NEW YORK (AP)-Most active Nasdaq issues. Aug 366.60 369.40 361.80 368.30 + 1.70
mated OPEC crude production last month averaged 28.97 million Name Volume Last Chg. Sep 363.90 367.00 360.00 365.60 - .30
CARROLLTON barrels a day. It also shows demand this year for OPEC oil averag- SiriusXM 80,469,661 2.00 - .08
ing a daily 29.9 million barrels. Cisco
1-2 bedroom, Friday’s report comes two days after an OPEC meeting ended PwShs QQQ 50,696,067 54.64 - .85 CHICAGO (AP) – Futures trading on the Chicago Mer-
water/trash included, in disarray, with Saudi Arabia and other Gulf members unable to Microsoft 47,250,257 23.71 - .26 cantile Exchange Fri.:
on site laundry, new push through production increases. Iran led the grouping against MicronT 44,167,968 8.44 - .05 Open High Low Settle Chg.
A/C units. Level3 42,852,074 2.20 - .02 CATTLE
within the Organization of The Petroleum Exporting Countries. Oracle 22,599,639 31.18 - .45 40,000 lbs.; cents per lb.
institution is an Dell Inc 22,354,373 15.47 - .21 Jun 102.80 104.75 102.60 102.72 - 1.90
equal opportunity Verigy 21,889,859 14.96 + 1.47 Aug 103.45 105.60 103.35 103.47 - 1.95
provider and em-
P&G to settle Pampers diaper rash lawsuit Oct 109.87 112.00 109.65 110.15
Dec 114.97 116.87 114.65 114.95
CINCINNATI (AP) — Consumer products maker Procter Grain futures FEEDER CATTLE
50,000 lbs.; cents per lb.
& Gamble says it has agreed to settle a lawsuit by parents who CHICAGO (AP) – Futures trading on the Chicago Board
Aug 123.67 125.70 123.57 123.62 - 1.70
of Trade Fri.:
claimed a new version of Pampers diapers caused skin rashes and Open High Low Settle Chg. Sep 125.17 126.90 125.00 125.17 - 1.60
other problems for their babies. WHEAT Oct 126.20 128.00 126.10 126.12 - 1.55
EASTLAWN Nov 128.95 128.97 127.30 127.60 - 1.30
APARTMENTS P&G will pay the parents’ attorney fees, estimated at $2.7 mil- 5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel
7633⁄4 7371⁄2 7591⁄4 + 141⁄4 HOGS,LEAN
Starting at $375. lion, and give each child of the 59 plaintiffs $1,000 under terms Jul 748
40,000 lbs.; cents per lb.
Sep 776 7901⁄4 7671⁄2 7853⁄4 + 3
(217)245-1116 subject to final approval in U.S. District Court in Cincinnati. The Dec 819 8391⁄4 8143⁄4 8253⁄4 - 12 Jun 91.45 91.92 91.00 91.70 + 1.25
EFFICIENCY, WA- company also will spend $400,000 to create a pediatric resident 1 1 1 1 Jul 93.12 93.95 92.85 93.22 + .25
TER and cable in- Mar 857 ⁄2 877 ⁄4 851 863 ⁄2 - 13 ⁄2
training program and provide skin rash education, including on May 866 ⁄4
866 ⁄4 875
- 15 ⁄4 Aug 92.12 93.12 91.90 92.82 + .27
cluded, Deposit req. Oct 86.65 87.40 86.40 86.75 - .20
(217)245-2578 the Pampers website. CORN
5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel
IN FRANKLIN-2 BR P&G said it isn’t paying the plaintiffs damages, and a federal Jul 7871⁄2 7993⁄4 777 787 + 11⁄2 40,000 lbs.; cents per lb.
duplex, stove, refrig probe found no specific link between the new diapers and babies’ 1 1 Jul 121.00
Sep 751 761 ⁄4 746 ⁄4 756 + 2
wash/dry, no pets. skin problems. 1 1 1 Aug 106.50
Dec 706 ⁄4 715 703 712 ⁄2 - 1 ⁄2
16 Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Ill., Saturday, June 11, 2011
Taking d ir ect io n WEATHER
Forecast highs for Saturday, June 11 Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy
Cold Warm Stationary Low High
-10s -0s 0s 10s 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 100s 110s
Showers Rain T-storms Flurries Snow Ice
TODAY: Mostly sunny. Cooler. Highs in the lower 70s. North winds
5 to 10 mph.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy. Lows in the upper 50s. Northeast winds
5 to 10 mph.
TOMORROW: Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid-70s. East winds 5 to
TOMORROW NIGHT: Mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of
showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the upper 50s. East winds 5
Josh Stewart helps direct a blindfolded Lily Little, 6, through an obstacle course meant to resemble to 10 mph.
downtown New York City trafﬁc Friday during the ﬁnal day of Vacation Bible School at Lincoln Av- EXTENDED FORECAST: Monday: Mostly cloudy with a 40 percent
enue Baptist Church in Jacksonville. The children’s day of recreation was ﬁttingly titled “Big Apple chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs in the mid-70s.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of showers
Adventure” and also included a lifesize memory game featuring iconic NYC symbols.
and thunderstorms. Lows in the lower 60s. Tuesday: Partly sunny
with a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs in
OPEN LOOKING BACK
10 YEARS AGO of Arenzville graduated
from Bradley University
over the Wabash Railroad
and the Paciﬁc Express
The annual Franklin in Peoria June 4 with a Co. ofﬁce will be closed.
Editor’s note: To join the Burgoo 3-on-3 Basketball bachelor’s degree in music
discussion, call the number education.
above or submit a comment
Tournament will be held
July 4. 150 YEARS AGO
com. 75 YEARS AGO It has been suggested
by some of our citizens
20 YEARS AGO Lightning started a ﬁre that the ensuing anniversa- Isabel Cook, North Elementary
ANDY TAYLOR and that destroyed a large barn ry of our national indepen- NOTE: Please submit drawings on paper no bigger than 8.5-by-
MISSING HANK DRAWVE, both of at the Hess Dairy on the dence be celebrated by the 11 inches. Please do not fold paper and do not write heavily on
Ragged roads Beardstown, have been ap- outskirts of Beardstown. citizens of Jacksonville in the back. Horizontal pictures work best.
If you want your car pointed to the Cass County a manner becoming the
undercoated for free, come Board.
100 YEARS AGO
memories which cluster
TEMPERATURES Mercury sets ........... 8:25 p.m.
Venus rises .............. 4:32 a.m.
to Woodson and drive down High Friday ............ 88° at 3 p.m.
the streets, and I guarantee Venus sets .............. 6:58 p.m.
From now on the local
you’ll have a good job on it. 50 YEARS AGO Wells Fargo Express Co.
— compiled by Greg Olson
and Alisia McCowan
Overnight low ......................69°
Record high ..............98° in 1933 In the evening twilight Saturn is
Where’s the temperature ROBERT WESSLER will handle all business Record low ............. 43° in 1972 in the SSW. The waxing gibbous
I guess we’ll have to Year ago high ......................83° moon appears near the bright
shorten the name of time Year ago low .......................61° star Spica in the zodiacal con-
and temperature to just stellation of Virgo the Maiden.
time. It doesn’t tell you the
PRECIPITATION In tomorrow’s morning twilight
Venus and Mars are in the ENE
To 4 p.m. Friday ...............0.00”
and Jupiter in the east.
RULES THE DAY
Glad someone’s honest
MAKING HISTORY So far this year ..............18.08”
Last year by this date .....20.94”
Normal year to date .......15.93”
So far this month ..............2.80”
Peoria .............. 19.1 ........-0.2
To the person who TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS States presence in Libya Awards, including best play; Beardstown ...... 20.9 ........-0.5
Normal month to date ......1.42”
found my wallet and put it IN HISTORY: came to an end as the last “Jersey Boys” was named Weather statistics provided by WLDS/WEAI Meredosia ........ 20.0 ........-0.5
in my mailbox, thank you. On June 11, 1776, detachment left Wheelus best musical and won four Oakford .............. 8.0 ........-0.7
the Continental Congress Air Base. (The anniversary awards. Civil rights activist
I didn’t think people like
you still existed. formed a committee to of this event is celebrated as James Cameron, who’d
IN THE SKIES Hannibal ........... 16.1 ........-0.5
Louisiana.......... 15.4 ........-0.7
draft a Declaration of a holiday in Libya.) survived an attempted Twilight begins ......... 5:00 a.m.
DIFFERENT Independence calling for In 1971, the year-and- lynching and went on to Sunrise ................... 5:33 a.m.
PERSPECTIVE freedom from Britain. a-half-long occupation found America’s Black Sunset .................... 8:29 p.m.
On this date: of Alcatraz Island in San Holocaust Museum, died in Twilight ends ............ 9:01 p.m.
Turning away jobs In 1509, England’s Francisco Bay by Ameri- Milwaukee at age 92. Moonrise ................. 4:11 p.m.
I am shocked that there King Henry VIII married can Indian activists ended One year ago: Twenty Moonset .................. 2:07 a.m.
are people who want to his ﬁrst wife, Catherine of as federal ofﬁcers evicted campers in a southwestern Mercury rises ........... 5:23 a.m.
turn away FutureGen, Aragon. the remaining protesters. Arkansas gorge died in a
turning away jobs for Mor-
gan County. What is wrong
In 1770, Captain James
Cook, commander of the
In 1977, Seattle Slew
won the Belmont Stakes,
pre-dawn ﬂash ﬂood of the
Little Missouri River. Joran
CLOSE TO HOME
with these people? British ship Endeavour, capturing the Triple Crown. van der Sloot was ordered
Another possibility discovered the Great Bar- In 1985, Karen Ann jailed in Peru on ﬁrst-de-
I love Steve Patterson rier Reef off Australia by Quinlan, the comatose pa- gree murder and robbery
for running for mayor, running onto it. tient whose case prompted charges in the beating
because Cargill will bring In 1919, Sir Barton won a historic right-to-die court and strangling death of
someone in from out of the the Belmont Stakes, becom- decision, died in Morris Stephany Flores. The FIFA
country and vote us out. ing horse racing’s ﬁrst Plains, N.J., at age 31. World Cup opened in South
Think about it. Triple Crown winner. Ten years ago: Africa to the joyous sound
In 1936, Kansas Gov. Timothy McVeigh, 33, was of vuvuzelas. (It was the
EAGERLY WAITING Alfred “Alf” Landon was executed by injection at ﬁrst World Cup to be played
nominated for president the federal prison in Terre in Africa.)
Go to jail at the Republican national Haute, Ind., for the 1995 Today’s Birthdays:
I can’t wait to see nut convention in Cleveland. Oklahoma City bombing Actor Gene Wilder is 78.
case Blagojevich go to In 1947, the govern- that killed 168 people. Actor Chad Everett is 74.
prison. ment announced the end of Five years ago: Al- Actress Adrienne Barbeau
Debate time household and institutional Qaida in Iraq vowed “major is 66. Rock musician Frank
I have never watched sugar rationing, to take ef- attacks” after the death of Beard (ZZ Top) is 62.
a Republican debate, but fect the next day. leader Abu Musab al-Zarqa- Animal rights activist Ingrid
my friends and I are look- In 1963, a Buddhist wi in a U.S. airstrike. Rafael Newkirk is 62. Rock singer
ing forward to watching monk (Thich Quang Nadal won his second con- Donnie Van Zant is 59. Pro
that gang of misﬁts and Duc) set himself aﬁre on secutive French Open title, Football Hall of Famer
losers Monday night. It’ll a Saigon street to protest beating Roger Federer 1-6, Joe Montana is 55. Actor
be like a Super Bowl party the government of South 6-1, 6-4, 7-6 (4). Se Ri Pak Hugh Laurie is 52. Actor
serving up great material Vietnamese President Ngo beat Karrie Webb to win the Peter Dinklage is 42. Actor
for SNL and the late night Dinh Diem. LPGA Championship. “The Joshua Jackson is 33. Actor
talk shows. Even they can’t In 1970, the United History Boys” won six Tony Shia LaBeouf is 25.
make that stuff up. Too bad THOUGHT F OR TODAY
that history buff Palin’s
not in it. She would make it “People do not believe lies because they have to, but because they want to.” th
even more of a hoot. — Malcolm Muggeridge, British author and commentator (1903-1990). 16
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