Frederick County Report 6/28/2011

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Christine Matthews Barron
Christine Matthews Barron, 81, Middletown, died Saturday, June 18. Barron was born in 1930, in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, the daughter of the late William and Marie Matthews. Her husband, John T. Barron, preceded her in death on February 1, 1995. Her first husband, Frank W. O’Brien, preceded her in death on March 4, 1966. Surviving are her children, Frank W. O’Brien of Ohio, Christine T.O. Lucas of Ohio, John T. Barron of Middletown; step-daughters, Gloria Coldwell of Southport, North Carolina, Joanne Barron of Poolesville, Maryland, Pattie E. Tucker of Hendersonville, North Carolina; step-sons, Jerald T. Barron of Ocala, Florida, Allen J. Barron of Centreville, Virginia; her brother, Charles W. Matthews of Swanzey, New Hampshire; Six grandchildren; Four great grandchildren; a nephew and a niece. One grandson, Tommy Lucas and one nephew, Billy O’Brien, preceded her in death. A Mass of Christian Burial was conducted at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church with Father Stanley J. Krempa officiating. Interment at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church Cemetery, Winchester. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Sacred Heart Angel Fund, 130 Keating Drive, Winchester, Virginia 601 or St Bridget of Ireland, 100 West Main Street, Berryville, Virginia 611.

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Olivia Clark Berryman
Olivia Clark Berryman, 90, Frederick County, died Saturday, June 15. Berryman was born in 190, in White Hall, the daughter of John C. and Annie B. Clark. She married James E. Berryman on June 11, 1938. He preceded her in death on December 1, 1996. Surviving are her son, James E. Berryman, Jr. of Winston-Salem, North Carolina and two daughters, Peggy B. Foster and Linda J. Messick both of Winchester; six grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

Linda Gail Hoover Jones, 56, Winchester, died Monday, June 0, and sister, Patricia Ann Hoover Benner, 58, also of Winchester, died Tuesday, June 1. Linda was born in 1955, in Winchester and Patricia was born in 1954, in Winchester the daughters of Victor Emerson and Helen June Hoover. Surviving is Jones’ son, Donald “Donnie” F. Mercier, Jr. of Winchester; her grandson; two brothers, Richard Hoover and his wife, Wie, of Culpeper and Dana Hoover and his wife, Ruth, of Stephens City. Her sister, Patricia A. Benner, passed away a few hours later. Surviving is Benner’s daughter, Melissa “Missy” Hernandez of Winchester; three grandchildren, and her brothers, Richard Hoover and Dana Hoover. Her sister, Linda G. Jones, preceded her in death. A funeral service for Patricia and Linda was conducted at Omps Funeral Home, South Chapel, with Pastor Mark Kennerly officiating. Interment in Shenandoah Memorial Park, Frederick County.

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Luigi Buono
Luigi Buono, 8, Winchester, died Saturday, June 18. Buono was born in 198 in Ischia, Napoli, Italy, son of the late Vincent and Guiseppina Buono. He married Maria Chiocca Buono on March 1, 1953. Surviving with his wife are three children, Vincent Buono and wife, Ellen Ann of Gore, Claudio Buono and wife, Debra of Winchester, and Josephine Buono, also of Winchester; eight grandchildren and one great grandchild. He was the oldest of fourteen children, and is survived by six of his siblings. A funeral service was conducted at New Hope Alliance Church with Pastor Ross Halbersma officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 W. Cork St., Suite 405, Winchester, VA 601

Suzanne Zickefoose Wakeman
Suzanne Zickefoose Wakeman, 59, Winchester, died Tuesday, June 1. Wakeman was born in 1951, in Buckhannon, West Virginia, the daughter of Mary Lou Zickefoose, of Winchester and the late Mendle S. Zickefoose. She married Rex Lane Wakeman on February 14, 1993, in Stephens City. Surviving with her mother and husband, are her sons, Aaron Mark Garber and his wife Jennifer Thomas, of Richmond, Justin Blair Garber and his wife Ashley Michelle Garber, of Boulder, Colorado, Brandon Lane Wakeman of Winchester and Tyler Hunter Wakeman of Columbia, South Carolina; twin granddaughters. A funeral service was conducted at Stephens City United Methodist Church with Reverend J. Jeffrey Butcher and Reverend Waverly G. Reames officiating. Interment is in Green Hill Cemetery, Stephens City. Memorial contributions may be made to Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, or Stephens City United Methodist Church Building Fund, P.O Box 48, Stephens City, Virginia, 655.

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Floyd Wilton “Bud” Owens
Floyd Wilton “Bud” Owens, 84, Frederick County, died Friday, June 4. Born January 16, 197 in Clarke County, the son of Richard and Arbella Orndorff Owens. He was married to Myrtle B. Ashby Owens, who is deceased. Surviving are six daughters; Mary Carnes of Akron, OH, Elizabeth Ashby and Jan Atkinson both of Winchester, Joyce Ellison of Zepp, VA, Pauline Salvador of Gerrardstown, WV and Ellen Oscar of Stephens City; two sons, James R. Owens of Amherst, and Paul Owens of Berryville; sixteen grandchildren, twenty-seven great-grandchildren and one great-great-granddaughter. A son, Floyd W. Owens, Jr., is deceased. A graveside service was in Green Hill Cemetery, Berryville with Pastor Chuck Jarrett officiating.

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Elwood Lee White, 75, Frederick County, died Thursday, June 3. White was born in 1935, in Bealeton, the son of the late Clarence Lee and Lela Doris White. He married Betty Lou Timbrook on October 9, 1955, in Greenwich. She preceded him in death on June 11, 008. Surviving is one daughter, Karen Leigh Taylor and her husband Mark of Benson, Maine; sons, Donald Lee White and his wife, Susan Joyce of Purcellville, Daniel Owen White and his wife, Patrizia Ofelia Soldano of Round Hill; four

grandchildren; four great grandchildren; and one brother, William White and his wife, Kaki of Manassas, Virginia. A funeral service was conducted at Greenwich Presbyterian Church, 15305 Vint Hill Road, Nokesville, VA 0181, with Reverend Don Meeks officiating. Graveside service was in Greenwich Presbyterian Church Cemetery. The family received friends on Monday evening at Omps Funeral Home, Amherst Chapel, 1600 Amherst Street, Winchester, VA 601.

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Niacin Clinical Trial Halted
The headlines were a bit scary: Niacin Trial Too Risky to Go On. If your doctor has had you on prescription-level niacin (vitamin B-3), this “news” might have caused you concern. Back in 005, a long-term clinical trial was begun for the purpose of studying whether raising the good cholesterol (HDL) in patients with a history of cardiovascular disease could reduce the rate of more cardiovascular events. They used niacin to regulate cholesterol. Those in the study received “simvastatin” and either a high-dose niacin or a placebo. The study was stopped because there was no additional benefit between simvastatin plus niacin, versus simvastatin alone. There was, however, a very tiny increase in the number of ischemic strokes in the group that included the

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niacin. What the scary headlines failed to mention was that the patients who’d been in the niacin group had stopped taking that niacin two months to four years prior. The Food and Drug Administration concluded, in its press release, that it was “unclear” whether the niacin had anything to do with the strokes. The National Institutes of Health had its own press release that indicated it had stopped the study because, as the FDA said, niacin didn’t reduce the number of cardiovascular events and continuing the trial wouldn’t have offered any benefits. The NIH is going back to the drawing board in its hunt to find ways to manage cholesterol levels. If your doctor has you on prescription-level niacin and you’re worried, give him or her a call to get advice. We shouldn’t self-diagnose or make medical decisions based on news headlines, especially when headlines often go for the drama factor.


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f you happen to see a cowboy, riding a horse and ponying three more, traveling on Route 11, stop and say hello. Chris Blethen, a 37 year old cancer survivor, is riding horses from Arlington, Texas to Manhattan, New York, and back again, to raise money and awareness for children battling cancer. Cowboy Chris is a horse trainer, who volunteers for Heroes for Children ( Heroes for Children was founded by two Mothers, Larissa Linton and Jenny Scott, who each lost a very young daughter to cancer. After suffering through their daughter’s illnesses, and watching those around them suffer, the Moms united to raise funds to help other families during their time of crises. The non-profit organization raises funds to help individual families cope, while a child between the ages of 0 - years of age is battling cancer. The money raised goes directly to the family, and can be used in whatever way the family decides, whether it be to pay the mortgage, the electric bill, or to buy a birthday present. Concerned that families battling childhood cancers were not receiving enough support, Cowboy Chris decided to ride to ManFrom the driveway to the roof and everything in between. hattan, raising awareness and money along the way. Chris rides “Whatever you need, Whenever you need it!” approximately 0 miles per day, weather permitting. He and the Ask about our Senior Citizen discounts! horses travel the secondary highways, taking lots of rest stops, so Receive $25 OFF your first service call when you mention this ad. no one gets too tired. Chris carries a tent and gear, but prefers to  Electrical Services stay with supporters. In a pinch, Chris will stay in a hotel, but only  Heating/ Heat Pumps/Burner Service  HVAC if the horses have grass and shade near his room.  Plumbing While traveling through the Shenandoah Valley, Chris was stopped * Mowing  Roofing by Stacy Chandler. Stacy had been following Chris on Facebook,  Drywall * Over Seeding * Snow Removal and knew he was close to her house. Stacy tracked Chris down, and * Mulching  Carpentry * Leaf Removal  Excavating invited him to stay on her horse farm in Mount Olive, so Chris and * Light Bush Hogging and Hauling * Bobcat to do our part to help the local  Painting Service LAWNCARE SERVICES the horses could take a break. After a relaxing week-end, Chris will We want  Clean-Ups * Spring & FallEnergy Conservation Specialist economy. If you town of Front FRONT head north on Route 11, traveling through Frederick County. * Walkways live in the Annual Contracts Available  Leading Edge LED Lighting Technology ROYAL,VA * Royal please inquire about job opportunities!  Heating & Cooling [email protected] Upgrades Chris has had some interesting adventures along the way. One * Patios  OVER 25 YEARS OF SERVICE! LICENSED & INSURED night, he stopped at what he thought was a diner. Instead, he found Commercial & Residential Member: 24 Hour of Commerce * Chamber * that the town of Cumbey, Texas, was having an auction fundraiser. Emergency Service (540) 636-1463 When the participants heard Chris’ story, they invited him in for MENTIONTHIS FREDERICK COUNTY REPORT AD FORDISCOUNT! MENTION 132 Hillidge St, P.O. Box 452, Front Royal, VA 22630AD FOR DISCOUNT! THIS SHERANDO TIMES dinner – and then auctioned him off six times, raising money for his cause. P.O. Box 789 Experienced staff Chris expects to be in Manhat“Quality Work, Stephens City, VA 22655 Family Owned & at a price you tan in three or four weeks. He 540-869-2004 Operated Since 1995 can afford!” will board his horses in Central Licensed/Insured Park for a rest, before starting the return ride to Texas. Undaunted by traffic, and looking forward Some of the services Excellent References to making more friends, Chris is offered by Prosperity looking forward to being back in • Custom Colors • Commercial Landscaping the saddle. • Wallpaper Removal • Industrial • Landscape design and • Drywall Repair It is easy to support Cowboy • Residential installation • Stain & Sealant Chris, and the Heroes for Chil• Patios, walkways, and Application dren organization. Chris accepts walls of all types • Cabinet painting donations on the road, which he • Planting of trees and • Rental Repaints sends back to Texas. shrubs • Water & Fire Time to Spruce up your The Heroes for Children website • Grading, sod and Damage interior or exterior with allows for easy donation. Or send seeding checks to: Heroes for Children, New paint or stain! • Lot clearing and clean up Richardson Office, 1701 North Commercial and Residential Landcaping Services •Free Estimates: Usually within 48 hours. Collins, Suite 40, Richardson, •Design Services: Complete design services including genertion of Autocador Visio files. by presenting this ad Texas 75080. •Quick bidding process: We will meet your rapidly changing needs.

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Walking through local history

STEPHENS CITY — Tourguide Butch Fravel led eager participants throughout downtown Stephens City during a guided historical Civil War walking tour Saturday, June 5. Over a dozen individuals had filled the Newtown History Center/ Museum, a Virginia Historic Landmark that is centrally located on Main Street in downtown Stephens City, by the scheduled start time of 10:30 a.m. The building, which was originally built as a tavern in the late 1800s, offers its patrons a rare and intimate look into the past via many exquisitely preserved historical artifacts that have been uncovered throughout the years following the Civil War. Some artifacts within the Newtown History Center even predate the Civil War, which is impressive due to the sheer amount of conflict and destruction that the Shenandoah Valley experienced throughout the tumultuous years of the Civil War. Wayne Eldred, Manager of Collections & Programs at the Newtown History Center, advised that in addition to the guided walking tour that is provided to those interested for a conservative fee of $5.00 on the 4th Saturdays of the month, visitors can also make a trip to the museum during its normal operating hours of 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Tuesdays through Saturdays, and 1:00-5:00 p.m. Sundays and take a self-tour at their own speed and convenience. The guided Civil War walking tour itself began as the guide gathered tour group participants onto the porch of the historic landmark, where he announced that it was on this very porch that the infamous Stonewall Jackson had allegedly given one of his many passionate political speeches nearly a century and a half ago. Fravel continued his introduction by giving members of the tour group some additional background information on the historic town of Stephens City, which was known earlier in history either as Newtown or Stephensburg. He asserted that his objective was to educate the group’s members on some of the families and individuals that laid the major foundations for what today has become known as Stephens City. “It’s not the battles; It’s not the leaders,” said Fravel. “It’s the stories

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By Doug Walp Frederick County Report WINCHESTER — Frederick County Public School Board officials convened Tuesday to address every-day procedures, new policy implementations and the distribution of resources for Frederick County’s public schools. The meeting was held at its normal location, the FCPS administration building, and was open to the public beginning at approximately 7 p.m. Officials began the meeting by initiating a commentary based on some of the recent faculty and board staff transitions that have or will have occurred within the FCPS in the coming months. Among these transitions were the additions of new principals due to the retirement of incumbent James Wood Middle School principal Terri Miller and Frederick County Middle School’s Sharon Clark, who will be moving into a new administrative position with FCPS. The Board also recognized a new Assistant Director of Buildings and Grounds. Superintendant Patricia Taylor began her report on a somber note by expressing her condolences for the 8-year old second grade student of Red Bud Elementary, Alex

Crim, who recently lost his life in a tragic accident. She then progressed to discuss what she believed contributed to what she believed was a very successful school year in its overall entirety, of course aside from the aforementioned tragedy. Taylor recounted her thoughts on how the school year in general seemed to pass by quicker than normal, and how the conclusion of this year was also seemed to be inexplicably smooth compared to past years. She went on to voice her satisfaction with the recent groundbreaking for the new transportation center that will serve both the FC Public Schools as well as the local government.

Additionally, she reported to the Board about the some of the new technological implementations that would be occurring imminently within the FCPS system. The new equipment, which includes new laptop and projector installations, will eventually provide “more efficient operation” in Frederick County Public Schools according to the superintendent. After the Superintendant’s report, the Board proceeded to address the prevalent issues facing the local county school system. One of the first measures the Board completed was the approval of new bylaws for the Gifted Advisory Committee. They would also later approve a newly adopted Local Plan for the Education of the Gifted, which will run through 017. Furthermore, the Board considered and also eventually approved multiple applications corresponding to the continued implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act of 001. This Act, which allows for educational standards measurement and positive academic reform, has been implemented successfully in public schools all across the United States. The approval of new textbooks for vari-

ous FCPS courses was also on the Board’s agenda. Members unanimously approved four new textbooks into the curriculum which included two Advanced Placement classes, World History and Statistics, as well as a new textbook for Physics I and a new elementary math textbook. Another notable measure taken by Board members during their second meeting of the month was the approval of supplementary concussion guidelines for FCPS’s student athletes. The newly accepted procedures were materialized in an effort to provide the highest level of safety for high school sports participants trying to return to action after suffering a concussion. The final piece of legislation approved by Board members allowed for the purchase of five new 77-passenger school buses in order to efficiently serve students of Frederick County’s public schools. After all official business was completed, some pent up emotions within members of the Board were finally released. The administrative meeting would be Patricia Taylor’s final meeting as the superintendent of Frederick County’s public schools, and the other members of the Board took the opportunity to express their gracious appreciation for her tireless service and countless sacrifices with a standing ovation for the beloved superintendant of FCPS. Superintendant Taylor’s retirement will be official effective June 30, when she will be relieved by the new FCPS superintendant, Dr. David T. Sovine.

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afeguarding your child is the number one responsibility of any parent. Doing so requires vigilance and there are many things your kids need to know. In this day and age, it is not easy. The complexity of protecting your child goes well beyond scraped knees or a first crush. The internet with all its advantages also comes with a dark side. If you think the internet is relatively safe and harmless, think again for predators and thieves abound. Take for instance identity theft. Hundreds of online businesses are finding inactive Social Security numbers online –most of which are assigned to children under the age of 18 who have not started using them yet - and selling them under different names to help people establish fake credit. The scheme may lead to significant debts for children that might be almost impossible to pay off. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning parents to be on the lookout for the signs that point to their child’s identity being compromised or stolen. For adults, last year alone, 8.1 million Americans became victims of ID theft, resulting in the loss of $37 billion, according to a 011 report from Javelin Strategy and Research. While this number is extraordinary high, NBC TODAY reports that it becomes harder to define how many children are actually affected by identity theft because of the fact that

H A R R I S O N BU RG — Wi n chester’s former Commonwealth Attorney, Paul Hampton Thomson, 56, plead guilty the day before his trail was set to begin. His guilty plea was entered for the charges of tampering with evidence, and witnesses, obstructing justice and possession of cocaine; five of the eight criminal charges filed against him earlier this year. He entered into a plea agreement and plead guilty to two counts of tampering with evidence, two counts of witness tampering, and one count of possession of cocaine. The agreement stipulates that Thomson has to serve

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of how the individuals survived in this town.” He went on to explain that while the heart of downtown Stephens City is not necessarily notorious for seeing some of the more wide-scale military engagements that occurred in other areas throughout the Shenandoah Valley, it still had to deal with the resulting aftermath of fierce local conflicts as well as the dividing turmoil that affected many families during this time period. Fravel was able to provide the tour group with many examples and historical accounts of families being torn apart because the town was constantly changing hands between Confederate and Union forces, making it a microcosm of many similar towns throughout the Shenandoah Valley. The attentive tour participants were the beneficiaries of plentiful, intricate stories of the founding families of Stephens City, provided by the dedicated tour guide Fravel, who is also the President of the Board of Directors of the Stone House Foundation, a non-profit organization that has historically sought to engage local residents of their town’s past heritage. Fravel concluded by explaining that while Stephen City’s history is not necessarily that unique in relation to some of the other towns that were facing similar circumstances in the chaotic Shenandoah Valley at the time, the vast amount of primary sources, historic artifacts and other resources have ultimately contributed to one of the most accurate historical reconstructions of what life was really like for people living in a town like Newtown during the Civil War and its surrounding periods. Interested participants can learn more about donation or membership opportunities, or to schedule special tours by contacting the Newtown History Center through e-mail at [email protected], or by phone at (540) – 869 – 1700.

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Tour guide Butch Fravel began the introduction of the guided walking tour from the front porch of the Newtown History Center, where he said it is alleged that Stonewall Jackson once gave a political speech. Tour guide Fravel recalls the history of Stephens City’s landmarks for the engaged tour group members.

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he Virginia Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War Commission and the Library of Virginia have partnered to create a state-wide online collection of original Civil War manuscripts that still remain in private hands. The Civil War 150 Legacy project: Document Digitization and Access focuses on manuscript materials created during the period 1859-1867 that reflect social, political, military, business and religious life in Virginia during the period of the Civil War and the early period of Reconstruction. Citizens are encouraged to bring original family materials to be scanned and included in the Project. Scanned materials will be made available on the web via the Library of Virginia web site and the Virginia Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War Commission web site. This is a unique opportunity for citizens to share original family Civil War documents and photographs with a wider audience – without giving up ownership or any rights to those original

materials. By sharing these archival materials, and adding to the resources available to students, educators, researchers, and the wider public, participants help broaden the understanding of the Civil War era – and, most importantly, the understanding of the experiences of the individuals who lived through those years. Participants are asked to call 54054-136 to schedule an appointment on July 9-30 to bring their Civil War photos, letters, diaries, and other materials to the Visitors Center to be scanned. (This project is for two-dimensional materials only; three-dimensional artifacts cannot be scanned.) Library of Virginia personnel will scan the documents, talk with the owners, and can also give advice about the care and preservation of the materials. Once the scanning is finished, owners will take their documents home with them. To schedule a scanning appointment, or for more information, please call the Winchester-Frederick County Visitors Center at 540-54-136.

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most cases go undiscovered for years. However, an identity theft monitoring company, Debix, found an alarming 4,000 cases of tainted identities, out of only 40,000 children. It’s terrifying to think that your child’s identity could be comprised for the sole reason that they have a clean record. It is extremely important that parents take the necessary precautions to ensure the safety of their child’s precious and helpless identity. The BBB urges parents to follow these important steps to secure their child’s identity: Be aware of how to obtain your child’s credit report. Getting access to your child’s records is actually a different process than obtaining your own. Your child’s report cannot be obtained using the congressionally mandated free credit report website ( HYPERLINK “” when under the age of 13 and even sometimes for children ages 14 to 18. For parents with children under the age of 13, the easiest way to obtain your child’s

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records is through Trans Union. According to NBC TODAY, if Trans Union says there is no report, odds are good that your child is in the clear. But if there is a report — or you have a specific reason to believe your child is a victim — you’ll want to follow up with the nation’s other two major credit bureaus — Experian and Equifax — and get a report from them, too. Recognize the signs of trouble. Watch out for red flags that indicate there might be a problem, such as your son or daughter receiving pre-approved credit card offers or calls from collection agencies. Know what to do if you suspect that your child has fallen victim. According to the FTC, every parent should check their child’s credit report on their 16th birthday. It’s not good to check it too often since numerous inquiries can hurt a credit score, but checking at age 16 then leaves sufficient time to fix errors and activity before their child goes off to college and tries to obtain financial aid. If suspicious activity arises, parents must contact all three credit bureaus and request a report immediately. From there depending on your state’s credit freeze rule, placing a credit freeze should be considered. Have “the talk” with your kids. It’s a fact, get used to it, your child is growing up in a connected world. Texting, facebook and browsing the internet are not just a means of communicating and finding information, it is their world. Knowing how to act and what sort of information they should not share is as important as locking the front door at night. Help them to choose their friends in real life and online, wisely. Walk-Ins Edward Johnson is president & CEO of the Better Business Bureau serving the greater metro Washington, D.C. region.

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featured every Thursday night at Little Tokyo in Stephens City, at 01 Centre Dr. Come out for some great food, and fabulous entertainment. Live music Robbie Limon will perform from 7 to 10 p.m. every Tuesday at the Wayside Inn in Middletown. Bingo in Middletown Every Tuesday at the Middletown Volunteer Fire and Rescue. Doors open at 5 p.m. Bingo starts at 7 p.m. Located in the social hall rear of building. Concessions sold by Middletown Volunteer Fire and Rescue auxillary. Donate to NW Works computer lab Do you have new or gently used computers, printers, software, or assistive technology you would like to donate for a good cause? NW Works is requesting donations for the development of a new computer lab, which will be used to teach important technology and job training skills to workers with disabilities. If you would like to help this local non-profit organization provide employment opportunities for a brighter future please contact NW Works at 540-667-0809. Network for aging support Meets the 3rd Monday of every month at Westminster Canterbury in “The Abbey” on the nd floor. Social time 11:30am-noon. Share ideas & topics on senior issues 1-1 pm . All business associated with seniors are invited. Contact: Lisa Carper 540-7-7458. Spay Today Spay Today is this area’s low cost, non-profit program for spaying and neutering cats and dogs. At the time of surgery, initial tests and shots can also be obtained at lower rates. To find a participating vet near you: www.baacs. org or 304-78-8330. Walk in Faith nonprofit ongoing event “To Walk In Faith, a grass root

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nonprofit formed to provide homeless aid, support and relief in Winchester and Frederick Co area is currently conducting an ongoing donation drive of recyclable items including: inkjet and/ or laser printer cartridges, cell phones, aluminum cans, copper wire (stripped or unstripped) and other recyclable metals. Pickup is available in immediate Winchester and Frederick Co. areas. Please contact us at: [email protected] or (540) 550-9146 leave a message. TOPS weight loss meetings TOPS Take off Pounds Sensibly Wednesday’s at 5:30 p.m. 333 W Cork Street, Conference Room , in Winchester TOPS is an economical weight loss club with a small annual registration fee and a monthly fee of only $6. For more information call Michelle at 540-869-9144 or visit Weigh in weekly and get the support you need in 011 and lose that unwanted weight. Shenandoah Valley Baptist Church, 4699 Valley Pike, Stephens City, VA 655,, 540868-400, [email protected] Summer Fun Camp 2011 Summer Fun Camp 011, around the world in five days at Impact Christian Center, 134 N. Loudon St. Camp will take place Aug. 1-5 from 6-8:30 p.m., children must be enrolled by July 4, and between the ages of four and 1 years old. Join us for Biblical teachings, food, fun and prizes. More information is available: [email protected] or

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r 7:30 a.m. — Frederick County Rotary Club will meet at the Clement Board Room at Shenandoah University. More information: 540-336-7357. r 9 a.m. — Mastering the electronic job search, presented by Virginia workforce connection, at the Winchester workforce center. Also, the mature job seeker will want to be in attendance to learn how to combat age working against you in your re-employment. r 12-3 p.m. — Valley Health Respiratory Services will offer free chronic obstructive pumonary disease evaluations at Wal-Mart on Pleasant Valley Rd. r 12:15 p.m. — Winchester Host Lions Club will meet at Best Western Lee-Jackson. More information: 540-665-1661. r 1-4 p.m. — Book signing at Children’s Literature Conference at Shenandoah University, featuring Barbara Simpson Carducci, author of Storee Wryter gets a dog. r 6:30 p.m. — Winchester Democratic Committee wills ponsor a discussion on education reform at the visitor’s center. r 8 p.m. — Kander and Ebb’s “Curtains” will be performed at Shenandoah University’s Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre. For tickets, or information, 540665-4569.

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r 4 p.m. — Parade during Middletown Fourth of July celebration. Fireworks at dusk. Activities to include a children’s carnival, crafts, farmers market, food, games, carriage rides, and live music by NIGHTRIDER.

r 8 a.m.-2 p.m. — Community yard sale hosted by Boy Scout Troop  at Stephens City Moose Lodge, 357 Fairfax Pike. Reserve a space to sell or shop ‘til you drop. More information: 540-869-606 or troop[email protected]

American Red Cross Week of July 4. The Top of Virginia chapter of the American Red Cross will hold bloodmobiles at its Lucy L. Custer Building on Monday from 9 a.m. to  p.m., Tuesday from 1 to 7 p.m.,Thursday from noon to 6 p.m. and Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Bloodmobiles will also be held on Tuesday from noon to 6 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Winchester, Wednesday from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Walmart on Pleasant Valley Road,  to 7 p.m. at Middletown Fire Hall and on Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Frederick County Government Building. Digital arts camp Digital Arts Camps at LFCC From beginner to advanced and everything in between, there’s a place for your child. Weekly half-day camps designed for ages 7 to 15 held at both Lord Fairfax Community College campuses. A limited number of scholarships are available. Call for details. Thirteen different camps starting June 7 to August 19 include: • Animation • Claymation • Computers • Fashion • Film • Gaming • Music • Robotics To register contact Workforce Solutions at 540-868-701 or online at Music, food, fun Joe Herbert and Friends will be

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r 11:30 a.m. — The Mt. Olive Fellowship will hold a covereddish luncheon at the St. Matthew Lutheran Church, west of Toms Brook.

Prayer shawl group meeting Beauty for Ashes Prayer shawl group of The Camp of Faith Church meets the second Saturday of each month at the Martins coffee shop at 9 am. Any and all knitters or crocheters are welcome to join us. Questions can be directed to [email protected] or by calling 540-869-0497. Vacation Bible School Vacation Bible School, The Big Apple Adventure, Bible Stories, Skits, Food, Games, Prizes, Crafts, Inflatables, Horse Rides. -- July 1014, 6:15-8:30pm, Ages 4-11,

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ecretar y of Technology Jim Duffey announced the launch of the revamped, Virginia’s official state government website. The new site,, includes an updated design focusing on new information delivery and Web interface tools. The functional improvements and content additions keep pace


with changing social and Web browsing habits and the evolving role of citizen interaction with government. The new site offers more social media interaction, “robust” search capabilities, improved listing and capability to search state online services, enhanced mapping, and the ability to detect where the user is connected to the internet, and its very own mobile application. “Technology is a very important component of Governor McDonnell’s administration and is essential for a transparent and ‘citizen-centric’ government,” said Sec. Duffey. “It is key that citizens are able to engage the Commonwealth at anytime, and from any place.” The state web portal is produced and managed for the Commonwealth through a contractual relationship established between the Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) and Virginia Interactive, LLC., a subsidiary of NIC. Check out to see the improvements, changes, and connectivity capabilities.

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1987 Wedding Dress. Professionally sealed. Long Sleeve. White satin with elaborate beading and lace. V-cut back. Cathedral length train and veil. Includes train carrier. Size 6 to 8. $500. Can email photos. Call 571-405-8350 1902 Price & Teeple Fancy Mahogany Upright Piano. Works, but needs to be restored. $2500. OBO.Day Call 540-868-1138 Golf Cart, battery operated, cherry red, new paint, runs great! $2700.00.Call 540-660-9288 2004 White Yamaha Golf Cart. Battery operated, rear seat, full lights, runs great, excellent condition, garage kept since purchased. Charger and cover included. $2,800 OBO. Call 540-667-2735 Guitar, black, 6-string acoustic, $600.Guitar, Jackson, 6-string electric, loaded, $800.Keyboard, Yamaha Motif 77, full midi, $3,000 OBO.Keyboard, Roland RD 700 (88), $2,800 OBO.Roland Fantom Synthesizer, loaded, $2,600 OBO.Call 540-869-5454. Vending machine route for sale. Locations throughout Frederick County, VA. Nine established locations are included in the sale. There are a total of 13 machines that are placed throughout the route. Asking $28000. Call 540-514-9858 Vending Machines. 5 combination Drinks/Snacks machines in 4 locations in Front Royal & Winchester. Asking $20,000. Call 540-868-9063 King size Simmons firm pillowtop mattress, low profile box springs, & low profile frame. Excellent, practically new condition.$999/set. 7 foot Air Hockey Table - New Can E-Mail picture $250.00. Call 540-723-028 Pet Hair Sheep lambs, they do not have wool so there is no need to ever shear! This breed has hair like a dog ,they shed out to a smooth coat in summer, just like dogs do. Females $200.00 Wethers $150.00 & Rams $300.00. Raised naturally with their mother’s,around human contact daily, in Shenandoah County VA. We have even sold to children’s petting zoo. Please email for more information,photos or to be put on our wait list. [email protected] net Mens plus size clothing for sale. Sizes 4, 5 and 6X. Good Condition. Urban wear. Many jackets also.Call 540-631-4552 Handyman/repair/remodeling business assets for sale. 2002 14 foot freightliner/sprinter van fully loaded with tools. Ready to run business now. To much information to list so if you are interested please email me $22,000 for all or willing to split tools and van. $18,000 for van and $4,000 for tools. Call 703-930-3438 / [email protected] Wedding Gown, size 10, never worn, white form fitting lace & pearls at waist and thruout dress, sleeveless, chiffon full skirt, long chiffon train, 6” satin trim at bottom, scoop neckline, matching short chiffon veil with pearl headband, preserved for storage -$350 or $400. Call 540-539-4872 27” Sony TV with original remote (not flat screen) in excellent condition $50. Call 540-622-2172 Piano- Wurlitzer, VGC Ivory/cream with gold trim. Has gold cushion seat with storage. $550.00. Slipcovers for high back dining room chairs. Country look, blue and white. Only 5, $75.00 for all. Lots of kitchen items, dishes, bowls, corning ware, silverware, take all $75.00. Kitchen table, round glass w four cushion high back chairs. very nice $75.00. Leave message 868-9030 Wii Game System and Sport Pack rarely used. $185. Call 540-533-1472 Trolling motor, brand new with new heavy duty battery never used. (Marine battery)/10 Folding chairs and 4 heavy folding tables 5 x 6 ft. long/Carpet steam cleaning unit with attachments, slightly used./Large picnic cooler, oper-

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ates on 12 volt vehicle system. Call after 5 p.m. 540-869-2899 Bass guitar and amplifier for sale. Also white mink coat with white socks.Call 304-433-6548 RECLAIMED BARN WOOD...200 + sq.ft. Various widths from 3-9” by 7-8’ lengths. Straightened and Kiln Dried. Located in Northern VA. Please call: 571-286-8631 LOWE 12’ JON BOAT with seat, paddle, anchor, rope and trolling motor.GREAT CONDITION! Located in Northern VA. Asking $375. Please call: 571-286-8631 Craftsman power tools table saw10In. blade and table extender to saw large objects. asking $300. Shaper- Never used - asking $300. Band saw- 12 in. saw (extra blades) asking $200. Take all three for $700. Tools have been used very little (or not at all) and we need the space. Call 888-6034. Fitness, Ab circle pro/Ab coaster (as seen on tv) $75.00 Good condition call 540-247-2241 Wood loft bed. Includes bunk bed, desk, and dresser. All wood, very sturdy. Can be used as a unit or separately. EC. Pictures available upon request. $500. 540-869-8487 4 black metal swival bar stools 24” high, like new. $100 for the set or $30 each. Call 540-465-389 Wood stove, Englander, 21” wide x 24” deep x 31” high, with blower. Very good condition. $250.00 call 540-364-9773 An old well used Livingston upright piano. Needs work. $50.00. You transport.Call 540-868-0136 Fifth Wheel Camper Trailer -2006 Cruiser Model,28RL.2 Slides,10 Gal gas electric hot water heater, upgrade insolation,15 K BTU, AC, 8 cu ft alloy wheels Like New. 19,995.00. Call 540-869-6686.

For sale NIB fuel pump for 19871990 Mazda B2000 truck with 2.0 liter engine.$25.00 call 540-869-6425 1999 Dodge 1500 Ram conversion van. 7 passenger 4 captains seats/ rear bench. Auto, V- 6. Nice Chrome wheels. Green in color. 109,000 miles, very sharp & well maintained in good condition. New inspection. In the Stephens City area. $3350 OBO. 540-327-0811 2007 Ford Focus SES Black, 50K, PW/PL/PM, Sunroof, Leather interior, 30 MPG. $12,000 OBO. Call 540-877-1217 White, 8600 miles, sunroof, spoiler, traction control, great gas mileage. 32 mpg!! Small scrape on driver side bumper. 869-1076 $16,800.00 2008 Chrysler Town and Country. Call 540-550-5380 1984 Grumman Step Van, runs good, new inspection. Call for more details (540)303-8275 1969 Mercedes Benz, must see to appreciate. Call for more details (540)303-8275 Fifth Wheel Camper Trailer -2006 Cruiser Model,28RL.2 Slides,10 Gal gas electric hot water heater, upgrade insolation,15 K BTU, AC, 8 cu ft alloy wheels Like New. 19,995.00.Call 540-869-6686.

A bedroom (8X10) with a closet and hallway bathroom to share in a ranch 3 bedroom home in Middletown next to Interstate 81 with two others and two loveable dogs. Seeking professional, non smoking/drugs professional. $500.00 a month, all utilities included plus $500.00 security deposit and 6 month term lease required. A credit and background check will be done on applicant. Please contact before noon. Scott 540-877-7083 or Melissa 540-931-1615. TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT in Stephens City. Two large bedrooms, living room and kitchen w/appliances; Hardwood floors; large fenced in back yard for privacy. Near Routes 11 and 81, plus schools for all age levels. $675.00 per month (plus $675.00 deposit) and credit check. For info – Call 540-323-0730 Middletown Area, 3 bedrm house w/basement , 1 bath, kitchen appliances, washer/dryer hookup, hardwood floors, nice yard. No pets, security deposit required, $925 month. For info call: 540-327-2374 A master bedroom with two spacious closets and private powder room off Valley Avenue. Inside a 2 bedroom townhouse to share with 2 other tenants and a playful kitten. $540 a month covers all rent, utilites, cable, and wireless internet. Must sign 10 month lease and have a steady source of income. Please contact Alicia 302-559-0282 or [email protected]

Huge Yard Sale, July 2nd 8- ? Baby items/ lots of Boy & Girl clothes/ toys/ shoes/ housewares/ some electronics/ lots of misc/ fall & winter clothes also available. 327 Hackberry Drive, Stephens City. From 37S- take Tasker Rd, turn LEFT onto Chinkapin, turn RIGHT onto Hackberry. Look for signs & balloons. Come & shop with us & check out M. Ryan Photography. Yard Sale! July 2nd , 7am - 2pm. 211 Stanley Dr. Wincheseter VA. Lots of clothes, housewares, lawn mower, toys & books, office equipment & misc. Community Yard Sale, July 9th, 8am - 2pm. Hosted by Boy Scout Troop 22 @ the Stephens City Moose Lodge. Call 540-869-6062 to reserve a space.

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Even in this high-tech world, there are still many people who are just now buying their first computer. The process doesn’t have to be intimidating. Your first step is to decide what you want the computer for, and how much you have to spend. Here are some tips to get you started: Make your first purchase from a store, not a private individual, for two reasons: You’ll get a warranty, and if something should go wrong, a call to the store often will get you a fast and easy answer. Your best bet is to shop at various computer stores and take notes. Tell the store techs what you’ll be using the computer for: email, games, a small business, photograph storage, writing and correspondence, Internet. They’ll be able to guide you to a computer that will handle what you want it to do. After you buy, before you leave the store, take the boxed-up computer to the store’s repair area and have virus protection installed. Either have the techs start up any pre-installed software and pay for the next year, or have them install a different type. You’ll

want to make sure your new computer is fully covered before you even get it home. If you have children or teens in the house, or anyone who is likely to change settings or install unwanted software on your new computer, have the store techs set up a BIOS password. That way no one but you will be able to start the machine. If finances make for a difficult decision — whether to buy a better computer and no printer, or a lesser computer along with a printer — hold off on the printer, as well as any other peripherals. Buy the best computer you can afford. Printers, scanners, oversize monitors, upgraded speakers and lots of software can be purchased one at a time later, as you learn more about what you need and find it on sale. If the store has in-store credit, beware being talked into buying more computer than you’d planned on. Look carefully at the fine print on the agreement, especially the interest rate. If you haven’t done it already, take a computer class. You don’t want to discover in two years that your computer has capabilities you never knew about. David Uffington regrets that he cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column whenever possible. Write to him in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to [email protected]
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He four races. finalgot frustrated at me because I “We’re just did any good. didn’t think it going to have to be better,” said Biffle. “We know that. We’re If I told David once, I told him 50 nervous about getting in (the Chase), times, “Sorry. I’d happen. ... the bad and anything can rather haveThere are some Ifraces I’m being treated badly, will.” I feel we’re concerned about leading up to the cutoff (end of the regit fuels my writing. “I’d love to help A-R ... M-O-U-S-E.” Except in NASSpeedway. “Really, we’re working as hard the CAR, no one even goes through as we can every week to bring the best race motions can echoing back said Biffle. of to the track,” “Donald cars we Duck!” “It’s important that we have the best possibleweek I couldn’t now. equipment right believe my Last “We’re racing as hard Newman ears reading what Ryan as we can. you, David, but that stuff just costs said. On Friday, another driver who me too many columns.” used to halfway answer a question NASCAR doesn’t have drivers straight, Denny Hamlin, sounded as anymore. The cars are being piloted if he had been guzzling Dr. Feelgood’s by drones. I thought drug testing Magical Elixir, too. consisted of urine samples, but some Ryan Newman, who apparently NASCAR drivers act as if they’ve had has been secretly fined at least twice, samples taken from their brains. said last week, “When we are talkStock-car racers are supposed to ing about fines, whether it is private be rugged individualists. The sport or public, there is nothing really we grew out of hell-raising, plain-speakshould elaborate on because it is not What happened to racing’s ing men who said what they thought something that our sport should be rugged individualists of yore? and didn’t lose any sleep over what proud of or should elaborate. To me, anyone else thought. The legends of it is something for you guys to write, sport. Curtis Turner, Joe Weatherly, Tim but it is not something that is good Hunter, like Earnhardt and Poole, Richmond and driver Greg Biffle says his first priorityso it’s not something for our sport, is making the Chase, is dead, and it is as if he never lived. Roush Fenway Junior Johnson are but that doesn’t mean he’s going to off from trying to win races. (Photo: as alien to modern NASCAR as Kingbackwe want to keep talking about, first In 1993, Jeff Gordon was NASCAR’s Getty and Guinevere to Prince WilArthurImages) of all. ... least outspoken driver. Now he’s near liam and Kate. It we England cen“It is negative aspect of our We’re notataking big risks, but, at the the top. In 000, Stewart was at the ular season), and tookknow we’re on turies to change. It important to have sport, time, we should all be talking took NASCAR a and we’re racing for the win.” same the bubble, so it’s top. Now he’s starring as Alfalfa in Monte positive things.” good finishes right now.” decade. about the Dutton has covered motor- “Our Gang.” for The Biffle, from Vancouver, Wash., is As Ionly two drivers to have won sports1993. HeGaston (N.C.)driversof read the wholesome pearls I don’t know was named writer whether the Gazette Some drivers ought to be rolled since one of of Tony Stewart’s both the Nation- haveyear byStepford or Manchurian. the gone the National Motorsports into the media room like Randall championships inwisdom, I think of Press Association in somehow wide and Camping Poole. neither Earnhardt nor World Truck NASCAR officials have 2008. His McMurphey, post lobotomy, in “One blog NASCAR This Week series. (Johnnyat the end of the day, Stewart: “... Benson is the other.) gotten them to believe that the sport ( features all Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.” Biffle also was rookie of the year in I like series. He came up through is hurt every time racing, roots music “NASCAR been very, very good of his reporting on they express the both to have a sanctioning body like NASCAR that is going to make sure and that NASCAR is less than godNASCAR’s developmental system, view life on the road. E-mail Monte at to me.” [email protected] winning track way that they are supthings go the championships early in like. ••• his career atand that they aren’t in West posed to be Tri-City Raceway pushThe person I thought of was Jim Monte Dutton covers motorsports Richland, Wash., and Portland (Ore.) © 2009 King Features Synd., Inc. ing it that far.” Hunter, who actually worked for for The Gaston (N.C.) Gazette. E-mail I could’ve gotten that from an NASCAR. Hunter often said that Monte at [email protected] episode of “The Mickey Mouse Club”: NASCAR wanted its drivers to speak “N-A-S ... because we love you ... Cout, that they brought life to their (c) 011 King Features Synd., Inc.

both help and advice with grace. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Some hazy issues still need to be cleared up before you can move on with your new plans. A friend from the past reaches out to re-establish old ties. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Continued positive fall-out follows that risky workplace decision you made some time ago. Your payoff will soon prove to be more substantial than you expected. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) A personal relationship continues to be affected by a recent unexpected turn of events. Things need to work themselves out without finger-pointing. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) It’s a wonderful week for all you capricious Goats to kick up your heels with friends or family members in some well-earned fun and frivolity. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Caution is advised before making a financial commitment to someone you don’t really know. There are better ways to build friendships than with risky fiscal dealings. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Travel plans continue to be favored. A change of scenery brings new opportunities, both personally and professionally. Be open to the possibilities. BORN THIS WEEK: You have a strong sense of loyalty that shows itself best in your relationships with family and friends.

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This hasn’t been the season Greg It’s almost impossible to have Biffle expected, though he certainly a daydream about a nightmare. It has time to pick up the pieces. The 39-year-old Biffle didn’t win happened to me, though, during the duringconferences regular season, but press the 2008 at Michigan Interafter making the Chase, proceeded to national Speedway on June wound up win its first two races. He 17. Stock-car racing standings. third in the Sprint Cupchanged a lot For Dale Biffle’s first because, when now, Earnhardt diedpriority is making absence, Imperialthat doesn’t in his the Chase, but NASCAR mean he’s going to back off. had no one who would stand in its “We’re certainly not racing conservatively,” he said. “We’re racing to win, way. Racing changed when Winston but we’re not goingRJR sold tobacco left, not because to do anything stupid. but becausewe have to stay in (the top “We know its leaders understood racing and put their money where 12 in order to qualify for the Chase). It’s tight ... and we’re doinghad we can their mouth was. Winston all clout. do.” Sprint just writes a check and, as a Roush Fenway Racing put Biffle in result, NASCAR has been unchecked what was then still the Winston Cup ever since. Series back in 2003. He finished secondDavid Poole’s standings two years in the Chase death removed an later. A year ago, three Roush Fenway obstacle from NASCAR’s path. Poole drivers — Biffle, Carl Edwards and stood up to a — made the Chase. Matt Kenseth ruling body that was They couldin the again, but the posiinterested do it media only to the tions ofthat it could manipulatehardly extent Biffle and Kenseth are it. A secure as the regular season enters its

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bone of contention between Poole and me was his belief that I was not civic-minded enough. David would trot off a heated email in a heartbeat.

1. GEOGRAPHY: What place is known as Kalaalit Nunaat in the local language? 2. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What university’s nickname is the Rainbow Warriors? 3. ASTRONOMY: How many moons does Venus have? 4. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is a hare’s top ground speed? 5. POP CULTURE: What was the name of the Pillsbury Dough Girl? 6. LITERATURE: What was Tarzan’s real name? 7. MYTHOLOGY: Who was Odysseus’ wife? 8. MUSIC: Until his death, Kurt Cobain was the lead singer of which cutting-edge band? 9. ECONOMICS: Who wrote the influential book “Wealth of Nations”? 10. MEASUREMENTS: What does a “stere” measure? Answers 1. Greenland 2. Hawaii 3. None 4. About 43 mph 5. Poppie 6. Lord Greystoke 7. Penelope 8. Nirvana 9. Adam Smith 10. Volume
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1. What was the name of Neil Young’s first band, formed in 1960? 2. What was Boston’s only No. 1 hit? 3. Which group had hits with “Cool It Now” and “Mr. Telephone Man,” and when? 4. Name the band that released “Walk, Don’t Run” in 1960. 5. What song was the first hit for Rush? Bonus for knowing where they’re from. 6. Name the huge 1969 hit for Blood, Sweat & Tears. Answers 1. The Jades. Young was 14 at the time and living in Winnipeg, Canada. In 1966 he moved to California and co-founded Buffalo Springfield with Stephen Stills. 2. “Amanda,” in 1986. 3. New Edition, in 1984. Both songs went to No. 1 on the U.S. R&B charts. 4. The Ventures, an instrumental group. The song also was released in 1965 by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass. 5. “New World Man,” in 1984. Rush is from Toronto. They got their start in 1968 and are still performing — their Clockwork Angels/Time Machine Tour is just wrapping up. 6. “You’ve Made Me So Very Happy” rose to No. 2 on the charts, as did the BS&T’s follow-up song, “Spinning Wheel.”
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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You dislike waiting for promises to be fulfilled and for commitments to be kept, but resist your headstrong tendency to push things along. Your patience will be rewarded. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Expect continuing opposition to your plans from die-hard detractors. However, your determination to see things through will carry the day. A Pisces has romantic ideas. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You might be too close to a troublesome workplace situation to deal with it successfully. Step away in order to get a better perspective. A solution soon becomes obvious. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) You might suspect that someone you trust has misled you on an important matter, but a more balanced view of things reveals a misunderstanding to be the culprit. LEO (July 23 to August 22) The Big Cat’s animal magnetism has rarely been stronger. You can either just bask in all that admiration or use it to your advantage, especially in the workplace. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Someone who previously balked 1. Willie Mays and Barry Bondsaare at cooperating with you on project two of the four major-leagueheart. Accept suddenly has a change of players to have at least 400 home runs and 300 stolen bases. Who are the other two? 2. Name the last time a pitcher struck out 300-plus batters in a season. 3. Who was the last defensive tackle selected No. 1 overall in the NFL Draft? By Samantha Weaver 4. How many times has Duke’s men’s basketball team won at least 30 • It was American cartoonist, It was a season under coach G.K. games inprolific British author Mike Cheshumorist and journalist Kin Hubbard terton who made the following sage who made Krzyzewski? the following sage only an observation: “An adventure is observation: team rightly considered. 5. Which“There’s the first about An inconvenience wasno secretin NHL success. to you back-to-back 100inconvenience ever adventure wrongly history Didhave is an know a successful man who didn’t tell you about it?” considered.” point seasons? 6. • Nexttheto the*** in Iowa, youof Name time you’re of NASlast winner According to stop Guinness Book might want by the rural CAR’s Truck Series season title whotown Records, the world’s longest place name of Riverside, which touts itself as the was underbirthplaceold. Captain James T. belongs to ayearsinof future 40 hill New Zealand, which is Kirk. Yep, Taumatawhakatangihangak 7. knownended Martina Navratilo- It Who as the future birthplace. oauauotamateaturipukaka creator Gene seems that “Star Trek” 74 conva’s record tennis streak ofpikimaungahoronukupokaiwhe nua kitanatahu. When Roddenberry asserted secutive singles victories?that the charac-of translated from Maori, thewas born in ter of James Tiberius Kirk language the native people, the name reads “place Answers Iowa, but he didn’t specify exactly where Tamatea, the man with the big 1. Andre In 1985, and Alex Rodri- City where. Dawson the Riverside knees, who slid, climbed and swallowed guez. Council voted to declare their played mountains, known as land-eater, town the 2002, birthplace of 2. flute to Arizona’s Randy character, his In futurehis loved one.” the Johnlater writing to *** Roddenberry son (334) and Curt Schilling (316) and receiving his more vacation bat- its If struck out approval. In honor ofFour eachyou’re planning ato fame, to thecity than 300 the newfound Corners area claim you ters. want toof the American West,bedbegan hosting an annual Trek Fest, might consider staying at a 3. Dan Wilkinson Spockapalooza battle was No. 1.Farmington, overcomplete with a and-breakfast just north of all of the bands.the 1994. unusual lodgings by One of N.M.Cincinnati in most in the country, Kokopelli’s Cave Bed and 4. Twelve times. cooking, you might • If you enjoy Breakfast is, asRed Wingsthe 1950- in a 5. The heard of the name in following have Detroit some of suggests, cave. Described as It and Grillcliff “The a “luxury It,” dwell51,cookbooks: “Kill 1951-52. ing,” the cave is reached via a footpath Joy of Kvapil was 6. Travis Pickling,” “Full of Beans,” from the top of a mesa. 27 when he “The Stinking Cookbook” and “I won the series title in *** 2003. Can’t Believe It’s Not Meat!” Then The poison produced her in three 7. Helena Sukova beat by the golden poiagain, maybe not. sets • The1984 Australian Open. usually in the term “bric-a-brac,”
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son dart frog, found in the rainforests of Colombia, is so toxic that one-third of an ounce is enough to kill 100,000 people. *** In a traditional Hungarian wedding, the bride is supposed to ensure the health of her future children by smashing an egg. How the smashing of an egg is supposed to accomplish this feat is unclear. *** You might be surprised to learn that when you snap, the sound isn’t produced when the tip of your finger hits the tip of your thumb. The sound actually occurs when the tip of your finger makes contact with the base of your thumb. *** Thought for the Day: “Lying to ourselves is more deeply ingrained than lying to others.” -- Fyodor Dostoevsky *** (c) 011 King Features Synd., Inc.

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1. GEOGRAPHY: What place is known as Kalaalit Nunaat in the local language? 2. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What university’s nickname is the Rainbow Warriors? 3. ASTRONOMY: How many moons does Venus have? 4. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is a hare’s top ground speed? 5. POP CULTURE: What was the name of the Pillsbury Dough Girl? 6. LITERATURE: What was Tarzan’s real name? 7. MYTHOLOGY: Who was Odysseus’ wife? 8. MUSIC: Until his death, Kurt Cobain was the lead singer of which cutting-edge band? 9. ECONOMICS: Who wrote the influential book “Wealth of Nations”? 10. MEASUREMENTS: What does a “stere” measure? Answers 1. Greenland 2. Hawaii 3. None 4. About 43 mph 5. Poppie 6. Lord Greystoke 7. Penelope 8. Nirvana 9. Adam Smith 10. Volume
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