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BABY BORN RIGHT AFTER GRANDFATHER SLAIN Sports

to make a return Community rallies for team athletics at Blue Heron school BY CHARLIE BERMANT PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

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Anthony Varney kisses his new son, Wyatt Anthony Ray Varney, named in part for his father, Ray Varney, who was believed to be killed by a gunman at his Diamond Point home shortly before the baby was born Feb. 20. With Anthony are his domestic partner and the baby’s mother, Kari Ault, and her children, Dustin, left, and Chloe, both of whom Anthony has adopted. They hold a photo of the silver-bearded Ray Varney, at left.

Diamond Point man was wood crafter His parents named him Wyatt Anthony Ray Varney for the grandfather he will never know. SEQUIM — Harrowing family tragedy Investigators now believe Ray was was tempered with joy for Anthony Vardead when the couple called him about ney and Kari Ault last week. the news of his grandson. The Sequim couple found out that His suspected murderer, John Loring, Anthony’s 68-year-old father, Ray Varney, was brutally killed in his Diamond Point likely was still lurking inside his mobile home up a gravel driveway off Diamond mobile home on or close to Feb. 18. Point’s Fleming Drive, Clallam County And they also welcomed a new son. Sheriff’s Office investigators said. “I’m so happy for the baby and yet Anthony and Ault, who have been sorry for Ray,� Ault said Friday. Ray’s grandson, a 7-pound 4-ounce baby, together more than six years, cuddled and kissed their new son Friday at their was born at 1:40 p.m. Monday at Olympic East Hammond Street home in Sequim Medical Center hospital in Port Angeles. BY JEFF CHEW

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‘Looks like my dad’ “I’d like to tell my dad that he’s got part of me and that he kind of looks like my dad,� Anthony said. The last time he saw his father alive was three weeks ago, when he cut firewood with him. His father was a talented master carpenter and wood crafter from California with a long white beard, Anthony said. TURN

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Hundreds mourn teen also killed ‘This is done by the kids who loved David’ BY JEFF CHEW PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

SEQUIM — Close to 300 family members and friends jammed into the James Center bandshell near Carrie Blake Park in a tearful, emotional candlelight vigil for David James Randle. The 19-year-old union apprentice carpenter was gunned down at his Woodcock Road home Tuesday. “This is not a funeral,� Randle’s mother, Shellie Gillis, told those in the crowd Thursday night as she wiped tears away. “This is done by the kids who loved David.� She said a funeral was planned for her son March 24. She provided no other details. Overwhelmed by the scene, she thanked those who participated and was embraced by many family members and close friends who gathered around a candle-lighted monument with a picture of Randle’s smiling face beaming above the Four of David Randle’s friends pause during a candlelight vigil at the flickering flames.

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PORT TOWNSEND — After a one-year absence, competitive team sports are expected to resume at Blue Heron Middle School during the 2012-2013 school year. “With all the budget cuts, schools were looking to cut programs, and they could no longer afford athletics,� said Mark Grant, a spokesman for Team Port Townsend, which is raising money for the programs with the Redskins Booster Club. “We think we can raise the funds necessary to support a sustainable program.� Sports were discontinued in June at the end of the 2010-2011 school year, ending some 15 years of sports at the school, as a cost-saving measure. It was a controversial decision.

Pressure on School Board In January, about 60 people attended a special Port Townsend School Board meeting to urge the board to support resumption of team sports for seventh- and eighthgrade students at the middle school. In December, two Blue Heron Middle School students — Amelia Grant and Maryn Moegling — submitted a petition with 109 signatures from students and parents to the school’s principal requesting that competitive team sports be reinstated. The district is committed to pay $25,000 for each of the next two school years to support Blue Heron teams in football, crosscountry, volleyball, basketball, wrestling and track, said Superintendent Gene Laes last week of the administrative decision. Laes said state cuts “didn’t go as deep� as the district predicted and that $50,000 can be allocated out of upcoming budgets. TURN

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QUILCENE — Rohn Rutledge, the former owner of the Olympic Timber House, pleaded guilty last week to stealing more than $462,000 in sales tax proceeds from customers who ate at the rustic-looking Quilcene eatery and the Main Street Ale House in Kingston. Rutledge, 47, pleaded guilty Wednesday in Kitsap County Superior Court to filing false tax returns to cover up the felony theft of the sales taxes, state Department of Revenue spokesman Mike Gowrylow said. Judge Russell Hartman ordered Rutledge to pay $774,000 in restitution, penalties and interest in up to 10 years, but because interest on that amount will accrue annually, Rutledge could pay even more, Gowrylow said Friday. TURN

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Newsmakers Celebrity scoop ■ By The Associated Press

Judge denies bid for bail by Jackson doc A JUDGE WHO presided over the trial of Michael Jackson’s doctor refused Friday to release him on bail, saying he would be a danger to any community where he might try to practice medicine. Conrad Murray’s lawyer asked for his release pending appeal of his involuntary manslaugh- Murray ter conviction, but Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor said he saw little chance that Murray would prevail in getting his case overturned. Pastor made it clear that his view of Murray had not softened since he gave him a tongue-lashing and the maximum four-year sentence in the superstar’s death. He suggested Murray

hurt his own chances for freedom in a documentary interview broadcast after the trial saying use of the powerful anesthetic propofol in the home was appropriate.

Finding ‘Voice’ From moving like Mick Jagger to dating Russian model Anne Vyalitsyna, Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine hasn’t had problems attracting women in recent years. In an interview, the 32-yearold said that even though he was a “nerdy” musician in high school, Levine he still always had luck with the ladies. “I loved hanging out with girls . . . It was never an issue, how about that? And, of course, it’s been magnified times 1,000 with this whole [fame] thing that’s happened, so it’s kind of crazy. I did OK. I did all right,” he said, laughing.

Besides his music career, Levine has found success as one of the celebrity coaches on NBC’s singing competition show “The Voice” alongside Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green. One of Levine’s contestants, Javier Colon, won its first season. But not everyone thought it was a good idea for Levine to join the show. “A musician’s life is constantly filled with people saying, ‘Why are you doing this?’” he said. “I’m a fan of people saying that because it must mean I’m doing something right.” Despite Levine’s success so far on the show, he said he doesn’t really have a strategy when it comes to staying ahead of the other judges. “I don’t really strategize as much as I want the right people to sing the right songs the right way and to have the right moment to hopefully increase their chances of moving forward because that’s my job on the show,” he said.

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS PENINSULA POLL THURSDAY’S QUESTION: What’s the main response the U.S. should make toward rising gasoline prices? Push alternative energy 28.3% Drill for domestic oil

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BILLY STRANGE, 81, a prolific Los Angeles session guitarist who recorded with Elvis Presley, Nat King Cole and the Beach Boys, wrote a No. 1 single for Chubby Checker and arranged Nancy Sinatra’s No. 1 pop hit “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’,” died Wednesday in Franklin, Tenn. His death, after a brief illness, was confirmed by his wife, Jeanne Black Strange. A mainstay of the celebrated team of Hollywood studio musicians known as the Wrecking Crew, Mr. Strange played on psychedelic touchstones like the Beach Boys’ “Pet Sounds” and Love’s “Forever Changes.” In 1962, he arranged and played on Cole’s hit “Ramblin’ Rose.” He also contributed the eerie tremolo guitar figure — a reverberating mix of country, pop and surf music — to Sinatra’s late ’60s cover of Cher’s 1966 hit, “Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down).” The record later appeared on the soundtrack to director Quentin Tarantino’s 2003 action thriller “Kill Bill.” Mr. Strange also wrote a number of hits, notably “Limbo Rock,” for Checker

as well as “Memories” and “A Little Less Conversation” for Presley. Written with the singer Mac Davis, “Memories” was featured on Presley’s celebrated comeback television special in 1968. Mr. Strange also composed the musical scores for two of Presley’s late ’60s movies, “The Trouble with Girls” and “Live a Little, Love a Little.”

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DENNIS GOMES, 68, co-owner of the Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City and a former mobbusting Las Vegas prosecutor whose exploits were chronicled in the movie “Casino,” died Friday, his son said. Mr. Gomes died of complications from kidney dialysis, said Aaron Gomes, vice president of Mr. Gomes in 2011 operations at his father’s casino. Mr. Gomes had developed kidney problems and was undergoing dialysis treatments after breaking his back last year. Mr. Gomes died at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. He and New York real Lottery estate magnate Morris Bailey bought the struggling LAST NIGHT’S LOTTERY results are available Resorts in August 2010 on a timely basis by phon- and saved it from shutting ing, toll-free, 800-545-7510 down. Mr. Gomes had a long or on the Internet at www. career in the casino induswalottery.com/Winning try, with management jobs Numbers.

at the Tropicana Casino and Resort, where he famously turned a tic-tactoe-playing chicken into a top draw; the Trump Taj Mahal Casino and Resort; the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas; and Hilton Nevada’s properties. And his tenure as Nevada’s top casino corruption investigator was chronicled in the 1995 Martin Scorsese film “Casino,” starring Robert De Niro and Sharon Stone.

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Peninsula Lookback From the pages of the PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

1937 (75 years ago) Alder is being loaded onto a barge at the Port of Port Angeles dock for shipment to the Rattan Furniture Co. in Ballard, near Seattle. The Johnson Towboat Co. will deliver the barge. Today’s loading marks the third barge-load of alder to be shipped over the port dock since last fall. Meanwhile at the Olympic Forest Products dock, the Italian freighter Feltre took on pulp and left for Europe by way of San Francisco, where the ship first must clear customs.

meetings is to coordinate law enforcement activities on Native American reservations. Morse’s position of lawand-order specialist is newly created by the Kennedy administration to improve relations among tribal and nontribal law enforcement agencies.

1987 (25 years ago) Thousands of feet of oil boom is being deployed in Port Angeles Harbor in an oil-spill drill by the city Fire Department. Fire Chief Larry Glenn said the drill over two days is aimed at getting the

1962 (50 years ago) James W. Morse, newly appointed Western Washington law-and-order specialist for the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs, is meeting separately with officials of Clallam, Jefferson, Mason, Thurston, Pacific, Grays Harbor and King counties. The purpose of the

boom into the harbor sooner. The test is being organized by Lt. Cmdr. Greg Yarough, the Coast Guard officer who was in charge of the Arco Anchorage oil spill cleanup in Port Angeles Harbor in late 1985 and early 1986. It was several hours before boom surrounded the stricken oil tanker Dec. 21, 1985, which allowed for some of the 239,000 of Alaskan crude to spill into harbor and Strait of Juan de Fuca waters, leaving a sheen from Dungeness Spit to Neah Bay.

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Laugh Lines WITH THE HIGH gas prices, I think we’re going to be seeing more hybrid cars. The Prius is known as a hybrid because it can run on either electricity or the smugness of the owner. Craig Ferguson

AS PART OF a school project, several Port Angeles High School girls wearing black Muslim hijabs, or veils, out in public . . . WANTED! “Seen Around” items. Send them to PDN News Desk, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles WA 98362; fax 360-417-3521; or email news@peninsuladailynews. com.

Looking Back From the files of The Associated Press

TODAY IS SUNDAY, Feb. 26, the 57th day of 2012. There are 309 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: ■ On Feb. 26, 1962, after becoming the first American to orbit the Earth, astronaut John Glenn told a joint meeting of Congress, “Exploration and the pursuit of knowledge have always paid dividends in the long run.” On this date: ■ In 1815, Napoleon Bonaparte escaped from exile on the Island of Elba. ■ In 1861, Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., received its initial funding from its namesake, businessman Matthew Vassar.

■ In 1870, an experimental air-driven subway, the Beach Pneumatic Transit, opened in New York City for public demonstrations. ■ In 1919, President Woodrow Wilson signed a measure establishing Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. ■ In 1929, President Calvin Coolidge signed a measure establishing Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. ■ In 1940, the United States Air Defense Command was created. ■ In 1942, “How Green Was My Valley” won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 1941, beating out nine other films,

including “The Maltese Falcon” and “Citizen Kane.” ■ In 1952, Prime Minister Winston Churchill announced that Britain had developed its own atomic bomb. ■ In 1970, National Public Radio was incorporated. ■ In 1987, the Tower Commission, which had probed the IranContra affair, issued its report, which rebuked President Ronald Reagan for failing to control his national security staff. ■ In 1993, a bomb built by Islamic extremists exploded in the parking garage of New York’s World Trade Center, killing six people and injuring more than 1,000 others.

■ Ten years ago: Pharmacist Robert R. Courtney pleaded guilty in Kansas City, Mo., to watering down chemotherapy drugs. Courtney was later sentenced to 30 years in prison. ■ Five years ago: Iraq’s Shiite vice president, Adel AbdulMahdi, narrowly escaped death as a blast ripped through a government meeting hall just hours after it had been searched by U.S. teams with bomb-sniffing dogs; at least 10 people were killed. ■ One year ago: In a statement, President Barack Obama said Moammar Gadhafi had lost his legitimacy to rule and urged the Libyan leader to leave power immediately.


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A3 Briefly: Nation They are trying to put a number on what BP and its partners in the doomed Macondo well project should pay to make up for the worst offshore spill in U.S. history. The federal government, Gulf WASHINGTON — President states, plaintiffs’ attorneys, BP Barack Obama said Saturday PLC, rig owner Transocean Ltd. there is no easy answer to the and cementer Halliburton problem of rising energy prices, Energy Services Inc. have been dismissing Republican plans to in simultaneous and separate address the problem as little negotiations in New Orleans more than gimmicks. hotels. “We know there’s no silver Trial is set for Monday, and bullet that will bring down gas financial analysts estimate BP’s prices or reduce our dependence potential settlement payout on foreign oil overnight,” Obama could range from $15 billion to said Saturday in his weekly $30 billion radio and Internet address. “But what we can do is get our priorities straight and make Today’s news shows WASHINGTON — Guest lineups for a sustained, serious effort to today’s TV news shows: tackle this problem.” ■ ABC’s Obama said Republicans “This Week” — have one answer to the oil Republican presipinch: Drill. dential candidate Rick Santorum; “You know that’s not a plan, Govs. Rick Snyespecially since we’re already der, R-Mich., and drilling,” Obama said, echoing Deval Patrick, his remarks earlier in the week. D-Mass. “It’s a bumper sticker.” ■ NBC’s In the Republican address, “Meet the Press” — Santorum; Texas Sen. Kay Bailey HutchiBrown Govs. Jerry son blamed the rise in gasoline Brown, D-Calif., prices partly on the Obama and Jan Brewer, R-Ariz. administration, which she said ■ CBS’s “Face the Nation” — has blocked some potential new Govs. Martin O’Malley, D-Md., and Chris Christie, R-N.J. sources of oil and gas.

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BP trial to begin NEW ORLEANS — On the cusp of a trial over the catastrophic 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, phalanxes of lawyers, executives and public officials have spent the waning days in settlement talks.

■ CNN’s “State of the Union” — Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.; Govs. John Hickenlooper, D-Colo., and Scott Walker, R-Wis.; Robert Gibbs, adviser to President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign. ■ “Fox News Sunday” — Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney; Gov. Mitch Daniels, R-Ind.

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Briefly: World determine what is behind an undisclosed stomach ailment, and the country’s curKABUL, Afghanistan — A rent leader gunman killed two American military advisers inside a heav- said the much beloved Mandela ily guarded government build93-year-old ing in the heart of Kabul on icon was in no danger. Saturday as protests over the Mandela, a Nobel peace lauburning of the Muslim holy book at a U.S. base raged across reate who spent 27 years in prison for fighting racist white the country for a fifth day. The Taliban claimed respon- rule, became South Africa’s first black president in 1994 and sibility for the attack, saying it served one five-year term. was retaliation for the Quran Mandela “has had a longburnings. standing abdominal complaint The NATO commander and doctors feel it needs proper recalled all international milispecialist medical attention,” tary personnel working in Afghan ministries in the capital. President Jacob Zuma said in a The two advisers, including a statement Saturday morning, asking that Mandela’s privacy lieutenant colonel and a major, were shot in the back of the head, be respected. according to Western officials. Bin Laden site razed An apology from President Barack Obama has failed to ABBOTTABAD, Pakistan — quell public outrage over what Heavy machines began SaturNATO insisted was an acciden- day night to demolish the threetal desecration of the Quran. story compound in northwestern At least 28 people have been Pakistan where Osama bin killed and hundreds wounded Laden lived for years and was since Tuesday, when it first killed by U.S. commandos last emerged that Qurans and other May. religious materials had been The terror leader’s death was thrown into a fire pit used to cheered across the globe, but burn garbage at Bagram Air many Pakistanis were angry Field, a large U.S. base north of that the U.S. violated its terriKabul. tory and that its troops were powerless to stop American solMandela hospitalized diers from attacking a compound located next to the counJOHANNESBURG — Fortry’s equivalent of West Point, mer South African President the elite U.S. military academy. Nelson Mandela was hospitalized Saturday for a test to The Associated Press

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Gas prices nudge $4 — and no end in sight Eight reasons why insiders fear the worst PENINSULA DAILY NEWS NEWS SOURCES

Best prices for regular gasoline on the North Olympic Peninsula hovered just pennies below $4 a gallon Saturday as international market conditions and a refinery fire affect numbers at the pumps. A Feb. 17 fire at BP LLC’s Cherry Point refinery near Ferndale continues to halt production at Washington state’s largest processing plant. BP spokesman Mike Abendhoff told The Bellingham Herald that he was not prepared to offer a time line on when the refinery — source of about 20 percent of the state’s gasoline supply — might be back in operation. Tim Hamilton, executive director of a gasoline dealer group called Automotive United Trades Organization, said retailers were already facing higher prices for wholesale gasoline and diesel in the days leading up to the fire. Weekend price bumps at the pumps were due to retailers passing on those earlier increases, not the BP fire, Hamilton said. Ironically, the highest regular unleaded gas prices in Western Washington start in the area of the largest refineries — Bellingham and Blaine in Whatcom County — and head south on Interstate 5 through the Puget Sound region. Aside from $4.49 at Friday Harbor on isolated San Juan Island, the highest price of $4.29 was found from Blaine to SeaTac along I-5, according to the online survey washingtongasprices.com. The cable channel MSNBC on Saturday listed eight reasons why oil insiders think prices have risen more than 10 percent in the past month — and could lap at the $5 mark before year’s end: ■ Strait of Hormuz. About 20 percent of the world’s crude oil is shipped through the Strait of Hormuz, the 30-mile-wide waterway that connects the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman. Iran has threatened to shut down shipping traffic through the strait. Iran already has been isolated as a trade partner by U.S. and European Union sanctions over Iran’s growing nuclear operations. A closure of the passage, or any military escalation that would make a closure more likely, will drive oil prices higher — and by extension, gasoline prices. ■ Iran and Japan. Iran contributes to a second problem in terms of global oil supply well beyond that of its ability to interrupt supply. Because of the embargo against the nation, the U.S. has pressured large oil importers such as Japan to act to isolate Iran by cutting their imports. This puts Japan, the world’s third-largest oil importer, in a position in which it has to tap the tightening global supply. ■ Refiners raising prices. Most of the oil refined on the East Coast of the U.S. is Brent crude, a type of oil produced from the North Sea north of Scotland.

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Aircraft poised on the flight deck of the Everett-based carrier USS Abraham Lincoln stand out as the Navy flotilla sails into the Strait of Hormuz earlier this month. The price of Brent — more than $124 a barrel — is almost $16 higher than the price of West Texas Intermediate crude, the amount most people read about in the media. But because Brent has replaced WTI as the global price benchmark, U.S. refiners set prices for gasoline and other products as if Brent were the only grade of crude used. That allows refiners with access to cheaper WTI to make larger profits. ■ Other geopolitical risks. Iran does not present the only geopolitical challenge to oil production. In Nigeria, which is the 14th largest producer of oil in the world, Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram has continued to attack Christian areas of the country. The Nigerian Army has reacted by attacking Islamists. Militants have continued to attack pipelines, apparently in a move to disrupt the government. Meanwhile, there are concerns about supply from Venezuela, the world’s 11th-largest producer of crude. The regime there has destablilized as 13-year President Hugo Chavez undergoes his second cancer surgery this week. Other parts of the Middle East and Africa also are in turmoil. Analysts recently mentioned Bahrain, Libya, Iraq, Nigeria and Yemen as political flashpoints. ■ The European Union may save itself. For now, Greece has been bailed out again — a move that should buoy confidence in the region and encourage demand for oil. Even with the Greek bailout, however, the eurozone is not out of the woods as nations continue to implement austerity measures to protect against the risk of default on sovereign debt. Deepening financial and economic trouble in Europe would drop demand for oil there. However, if leaders in the region can settle on mechanisms to protect nations with financial problems from default, national budgets will not be cut to extraordinarily low levels — levels that would otherwise kill both consumer demand and business demand for oil. ■ U.S. economic recovery. An improved U.S. economy means higher oil prices. U.S. gross domestic product, employment and even housing have staged unexpected improvements in recent months. Many economists now peg a

2012 GDP increase at more than 2 percent. The new White House budget assumes growth of 3 percent by 2013. An average of more than 100,000 jobs has been created in each of the past six months. And an extension of payroll tax cuts through the end of this year may further aid the employment recovery. Demand for oil-based products — on the road, on the sea and in the air — across the entire economy will pick up with any recovery. ■ Summer approaches. In the U.S., summer vacation driving has historically boosted demand for gasoline. Over the past three or so years, however, that boost has been small, if present at all. In 2011, U.S. traffic volume decreased yearover-year in every month except January and February. But that was last year. So long as the U.S. economy continues to improve, more drivers will be on the road this summer. ■ Supply risk. In December 2011, OPEC members produced nearly 31 million barrels a day, cutting the cartel’s spare capacity capability from 3.18 million barrels per day to 2.85 million. Saudi Arabia accounts for 2.15 million of those daily barrels of spare capacity. Whether this data is accurate is arguable. What is not arguable is that starting to pump the spare capacity will take time, which will not be helpful in the event that the Strait of Hormuz is closed or some other geopolitical risk is realized. Then there is Russia, the world’s first or second largest producer, depending on a given day’s data. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, or OECD, is counting on Russian production to make up for some of the short supplies and to grow by 1.4 percent to 10.72 million barrels a day in 2012. Russia grew its production by 1.2 percent in 2011. An additional gain of 17 percent in 2012 could signify that the OECD is hoping that Russian production can grow even more. There is no guarantee that Russia will deliver. Supply from Canada, the U.S., Australia and Brazil is expected to rise in 2012, though North Sea production is expected to fall. The OECD estimates that global demand in 2012 of 90 million barrels a day and global supply essentially are equal to projected supply — all of which is expected to keep prices high.

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A FEDERAL GRAND jury has indicted three Fairbanks residents on charges of conspiring to distribute more than 50 kilograms of cocaine in what authorities say is the largest-ever haul of the drug bound for Alaska. The indictment names Donnell Johnson and Joshua Mustovich, both 29, along with 24-year-old Christopher Anderson. U.S. Attorney for Alaska Karen Loffler said in a statement that 26 kilos of cocaine were seized. Assistant U.S. Attorney Frank Russo described it as the largest seizure of Alaska-bound cocaine from one investigation.

THE MAN WHO tried to kill President Ronald Reagan more than 30 years ago said he would like to be known as something other than a would-be assassin. John Hinckley made the statement to a doctor who interviewed him at a Washington, D.C., mental hospital. The statement is part of documents prepared for court hearings in Hinckley’s case. Hinckley, who shot and wounded Reagan in 1981, is seeking more freedom from the hospital. He has been allowed to visit his mother’s home in Williamsburg, Va., for up to 10 days at a time.

TONIGHT’S ACADEMY AWARDS show (5:30 p.m., channel 7) will bid adieu to the name Kodak Theatre as the use of film rides into the sunset. Just a decade ago, the glamorous 3,300-seat venue was touted as the Oscars’ first permanent home, but the 131-year-old Eastman Kodak Co. has forfeited its sponsorship of the venue as it struggles with bankruptcy. The move symbolizes Kodak’s fading star power in Hollywood. Although seven of the nine best-picture nominees were shot on Kodak film, the industry’s increasing use of digital editing and projection has ravaged the company’s business.

A FIRE AT BRAZIL’S research station in Antarctica on Saturday left two people missing and forced the evacuation by helicopter of 44 people at the base, the Brazilian navy said. The blaze broke out in the machine room that houses the energy generators of the Comandante Ferraz station. A newspaper reported that the two missing men were dead, but there was no official confirmation. The navy said the 44 people at the station were transferred to Chile’s Eduardo Frei station. Chile’s Defense Minister Andres Allamand told reporters that the fire had “completely destroyed” the Brazilian base.


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Athletics: Levy to go toward facilities, technology CONTINUED FROM A1 If the programs are more expensive than predicted the district will not make up the difference, Laes said. “We will give them $25,000 a year and no more,� he said. “There are several other programs and interest groups that have been cut, and we are looking to restore them, along with athletics,� he added. These include administrative, clerical and counseling positions, he said. The district has more money in the general fund for programs since voters approved in February a four-year capital levy that will generate $1,181,500 each year for a total of $4,726,000. The property tax levy will go toward facilities and technology, freeing money that had been devoted to such improvements for other items, said School Board President Jennifer James-Wilson. “It doesn’t directly help with the sports program,� she said, but since “all of those repairs were coming out of the general fund, this releases the vice grip on the general fund� and gives the district more flexibility.

Will make up difference Team Port Townsend has pledged to make up the difference between the district’s contribution and the total cost of the athletic program, estimated at between $60,000 and $80,000, to support team sports, which would include fielding a football team. Team Port Townsend and the Redskins Booster Club can easily raise the

Kent expects this to continue and said the two programs serve different students. “What people forget about sports programs is that they are only for seventh- and eighth-graders, while the Y serves all grades,� he said. Blue Heron has students from fourth to eighth grade. Blue Heron science teacher Roger Mills said he supported re-establishing sports, but not at the expense of academic programs. “I am concerned with the overall quality of life for students in the building,� he said. “If you have 10 percent of the kids who do sports and 10 percent who need special-education programs, who needs the money more if you can’t do both?�

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Blue Heron Middle School Principal Tom Kent dusts the school’s trophy case Friday. A chance to add more trophies could occur during the 2012-2013 school year as competitive sports programs are expected to resume. rest of the needed funds, Grant said. He said it was “not possible� that the fundraising goal would not be met. “I know we can raise this money,� he said. “I do not have any doubt about this.� The clubs already have several planned fundraising options. Team Port Townsend is offering $60 memberships, with the entire amount allocated to supporting the school’s athletic program. A spaghetti feed is

planned for 6 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at the Elks Lodge, 55 Otto St., Port Townsend. The $7 admission will include a no-host bar. Donations above the admission cost will be solicited. Grant said the organization stands to collect between $10,000 and $30,000 at the event. Grant said he understood why the district made the original decision to cut sports programs. “They were in the middle of a perfect storm of state

money being cut and the need to cut budgets,� he said. “But this isn’t just about sports; there is a whole dynamic at work here where sports is as critical as reading, writing and arithmetic. “Participation in sports require good grades and attendance and keeps kids physically healthy.� Tom Kent, interim Blue Heron principal, said he did not know any specifics about the program’s reinstatement but that Laes

had informed him athletics would return the next school year. Kent said Laes instructed him to find out about the next meeting of regional athletic directors and decide which representatives of Blue Heron would attend.

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Mills said team sports teach students to interact but feels “there are other ways that you can learn teamwork.� Grant said anyone who does not have the money to contribute or who wants to go the extra mile can volunteer in a number of areas. “There are a lot of things we need to do to get people involved in this,� he said. Donations can be mailed to the Redskins Booster Club, P.O. Box 1219, Port Townsend, WA 98368. For more information, contact Grant at 360-3793236 or grantgc@olympus. net.

Since competitive sports ________ programs were eliminated at the school, the Jefferson Jefferson County Reporter County YMCA has spon- Charlie Bermant can be reached at sored after-school intramu- 360-385-2335 or at charlie.berral programs. mant@peninsuladailynews.com.

Fraud: One of largest cases in counties, state CONTINUED FROM A1 have to serve, Olsen said Friday. The prosecutor in the case recommended Rut- Fraud ledge spend 30 days in jail if Rutledge operated the Rutledge pays off the Main Street Ale House and amount in 10 years, a jail Olympic Timber House sentence that Rutledge’s between 2007 and 2010 but lawyer, Steve Olsen of Seat- indicated in his tax returns tle, expects Rutledge will that he did not generate

any business whatsoever, Gowrylow said. It’s the largest tax fraud case involving sales taxes in Clallam and Jefferson counties and one of the largest ever statewide, Gowrylow said. “This is a tax collected from the customer, not a tax on the business,�

prop up a business that otherwise might be failing or to line someone else’s pockets. That’s a felony.� Rutledge could not be reached for comment. In November, after Rutledge was charged with one count of first-degree theft ‘That’s a felony’ and four counts of filing “They are not meant to false tax returns, he told the state Attorney General’s Office “everything he did without minimizing what he did,� Olsen said. “Hopefully, he’ll do relatively little jail time.� Olsen said Rutledge had fixed up the Hungry Bear Cafe in Eldon along the Hood Canal and was ready to open the restaurant when it was destroyed by a fire. Gowrylow said. “Those customers have the expectation that the taxes they pay will be returned to them in the form of state and local services,� he added.

Financial crisis “That created a financial crisis,� Olsen said. “They had the opportunity to buy the Timber House and were hoping that would make up the difference. Then the market crashed, and they never got back on an even keel.� Gowrylow said Rutledge has sold the Ale House. Foreclosure has been completed on the Olympic Timber House restaurant, according to the Jefferson County Assessor’s Office.

“Those customers have the expectation that the taxes they pay will be returned to them in the form of state and local services. They are not meant to prop up a business that otherwise might be failing or to line someone else’s pockets. That’s a felony.� MIKE GOWRYLOW spokesman, state Department of Revenue Schmidt purchased the Timber House in 2002, then sold it to Rutledge, Schmidt said Friday. Schmidt said the restaurant building, equipment and the five-acre site are for sale for $895,000. The land and building were valued at $612,285 in 2010, according to the county Assessor’s Office. The property, building and equipment are being marketed by restaurant broker Mark Peizer of Seattlebased Lange-Peizer Commercial Real Estate LLC of Seattle, Schmidt said.

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Health food store plans May 1 opening homey atmosphere,� Miletich said. “We don’t want to lose that atmosphere. “A lot of people say, ‘Oh, no, it will not be the same.’ I think they will be gently surprised.�

BY PAUL GOTTLIEB PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — Country Aire Natural Foods co-owner Robyn Miletich sits in her tiny office above First Street biting her nails in jest. This ebullient North Olympic Peninsula native is doing her best to lay the groundwork for expanding her narrow, cramped downtown 117 E. First St. health food store’s country-downtown ambiance to the old Gottschalks building at First and Oak streets — a venue more than five times larger than her present digs — by May 1. The task of moving to the more than 17,000-square-foot 200 W. First St. site that she and her husband, John, bought July 1 for $650,000 from the K.O. Erickson Charity Trust is so gargantuan that she’s moved the “soft opening� date back a month. Instead of April 1, it will be May 1, she said last week. “It really is overwhelming,� she said earlier this month while standing at the doorway to the building, gazing at the largely empty space before her while John, perched on a mechanical lift, painted walls near the ceiling. “We are going to fill it up,� she vowed. The store will close April 29-30 while the move takes place, Miletich said Friday. “I’m just looking at the calendar, and I’m saying, ‘OK, I have two months,’ and that looks OK to me, to know that I have two months.�

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Robyn Miletich, owner of Country Aire Natural Foods, has a view of two decorative antique tractors from a mezzanine office in the future natural-foods market that will open in the former Gottschalks store in downtown Port Angeles. When she reopens at the new location, the Miletichs will go from having “the most inconvenient store� downtown, parking-wise, to the new location with parking galore and lots more of what’s made her store a downtown mainstay since 1975, when, at age 26, she opened it with $12,000 from a backer, she said. “There’s just too much to be done right now, but the lists are getting shorter,� Miletich said. The new name of the newly located store will be Country Aire Natural Foods Market. As for keeping the country-downtown ambiance, the 1952 John Deere and Farmall tractors just might help.

They sit high above the first floor of the Gottschalks building, lording over unfinished walls in a building three years empty of anything but disappointment.

The old and the new When the Miletichs bought the 66-year-old, twofloor building, they had visions of combining old and new: the look of the former occupants — the Peoples store, Lamont’s Apparel and Gottschalks department stores — with the homespun health-foodstore look of Country Aire. New features include a south entrance from the parking lot, an enclosed deli, expanded racks for local and certified organic

produce, local wines, bulk food, tea, herbs, spices, organic coffees, housewares, vitamins and personal products, and a bulk-foodsbuying area. They include an enclosed incense and candle room to accommodate the scentsensitive, juice- and wheatgrass-drink stations, a potbellied stove, six cash registers and antiques that will line the walls around the store’s entire inside upper perimeter. They’ve added a mezzanine of offices to the interior for store supervisors. There also will be an enclosed “kids zone� play area, a pot-bellied stove — and places to sit for Wi-Fi browsing. “We want to create a

The first floor will remain unused for at least the first year of operation, but “holistic awareness professionals� have contacted her about setting up shop there. Having acupuncturists, massage therapists and naturopaths on the first floor seems a perfect fit, Miletich said. “You’ve got holistic awareness, and right upstairs, you’ve got your wholesome awareness,� she said.

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at one time for $1.7 million, so buying it for less than half that was “a pretty good deal, but expensive for us,� Miletich said. What helped them was an in-perpetuity conservation easement the North Olympic Land Trust purchased from them in 2011 for $195,000 on the 21.4acre berry farm she grew up on — “I grew up on a berry farm, not a dairy farm,� Miletich quipped — along salmon- and trout-bearing Siebert Creek. “It’s a blend of community, commerce and conscience,� Miletich said. Land trust acting Executive Director Michelle d’Hemecourt said Friday that Miletich’s easement was critical to protecting valuable waterway, and the fact that the proceeds were routed into the Miletichs’ health-food-store venture is exactly in line with the land trust’s efforts: using conservation easement proceeds for “leveraging to improve our community and enhance our economy.� The Miletichs will continue to own the building that Country Aire is now housed in, and Robyn said she hates to leave an empty storefront downtown. So far, there are no potential renters. “I get emotional about that,� she said. “I think someone will come along.�

The new store will require more employees. She has 14 now and will need 39, including a halfdozen for the deli, but she’s not soliciting applications and won’t be advertising for workers. That’s because after the Miletichs bought the building last summer, she received 260 unsolicited applications from young and old hailing from all walks of life. One was a former pharmacist. “They were saying things like, ‘I want to finish my ________ working career in a place I really enjoy working,’� Senior Staff Writer Paul Gottlieb Miletich recalled. can be reached at 360-417-3536 She said the Gottschalks or at paul.gottlieb@peninsuladaily building was listed for sale news.com.

Sheriff: 5 arrested in trooper-killing probe Mother of 1 of alleged gunman’s children charged with abetting BY GENE JOHNSON THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SEATTLE — Five people have been arrested for allegedly helping a man after he killed a Washington state trooper, including a former girlfriend of deceased gunman Joshua Blake, authorities say. Jessi Leigh Foster, 32, is the mother of one of Blake’s children. Blake, an ex-con with a history of antagonizing police, shot and killed Trooper Tony Radulescu early Thursday morning during a traffic stop, then committed suicide with a single shot to the head hours later.

Help with escape Shortly after the trooper’s death, Blake called Foster and told her he did something bad and needed help to escape, Sgt. Ken Dickinson of the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office told

reporters Friday. She met him at a home on a dirt road a few miles away, where she pressed him on what he had done, Dickinson said, and even after Blake acknowledged that he shot a police officer, she continued trying to help. “She was actively trying to find a way for him to get out of the area,� Dickinson said. She was still in the home with him when he killed himself as a SWAT team closed in, Dickinson said. She was arrested for investigation of rendering criminal assistance; bail was set at $500,000. Later Friday, Dickinson said four more people were arrested. He said the two men and two women have been arrested for investigation of rendering criminal assistance and jailed on $500,000 bail. None was identified.

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Robbery believed behind first slaying BY PAUL GOTTLIEB PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — Robbery may have been James F. Loring’s motive in allegedly killing Ray J. Varney, 68, the Clallam County Sheriff Office has said. Varney’s decomposing body was found at his Diamond Point Road home Tuesday, the same day Loring allegedly shot to death David J. Randle, 19, at Randle’s Woodcock Road home and fled in Varney’s pickup truck. Randle was the son of a woman Loring dated who also lived at the house. An intense, multi-agency manhunt led authorities to west Port Angeles shortly before midnight Tuesday — and to another possession of Varney’s. There a SWAT team laid siege to an Evergreen Court apartment within which they say Loring, 45, who was homeless, died of a selfinflicted gunshot wound at about 11 a.m. Wednesday. There, according to Port Angeles Police Sgt. Tyler

Peninger on Friday, they found Varney’s debit card in a subsequent sweep for evidence. The Sheriff’s Office and Police Department continued Friday to piece together details and a time line of events — linked in large part by Varney’s pickup truck — that ended with Loring shooting himself with what authorities said was the same handgun he allegedly used to kill Randle. Randle staggered to his driveway and died of multiple gunshot wounds.

No drugs While Loring had been convicted of possession of methamphetamine, drugs were not found in the apartment he died in, nor did drugs appear to be a factor in any of the shootings, said Clallam County Sheriff Bill Benedict. Toxicology tests — which would show what substances, if any, were in Loring’s system — must still be performed on Loring’s bod,y

and results will not be available for four to six weeks, Benedict said. Here’s the chain of events as investigators revealed them last week: Loring was driving Varney’s vehicle and may have already killed Varney — the father of a woman Loring had dated — when a State Patrol trooper stopped Loring at 1 a.m. Feb. 19, the Clallam County Sheriff’s Department said Friday. An autopsy showed Varney died “around Feb. 18,� three days before his body was discovered, the Sheriff’s Department said last week. He died of multiple gunshot wounds from what appeared to be a .22-caliber firearm, Sheriff’s Sgt. John Keegan said. But authorities did not know anything was amiss regarding Varney until they found Varney’s body at his house Tuesday, they said. So Loring, whom eyewitnesses say killed Randle at Randle’s Woodcock Road home that same day, was

sent on his way without a ticket, State Patrol spokesman Russ Winger said. “There was a driver’s check, and he cleared it with a warning,� Winger said Friday, adding he did not know the reason for the traffic stop. As for Loring driving Varney’s car, “people drive cars that aren’t theirs all the time,� Winger said. “The trooper at that time did not make any connection there was anything wrong.� Investigators said Loring may have stayed for days at the house while Varney’s body lay in the bedroom.

Exploring relationship They are still exploring the relationship between Varney and Loring and don’t know if Varney loaned Loring his truck on a regular basis, Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Ron Cameron said. Their relationship “is the No. 1 question,� Cameron said.

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“He was like a brother to me,� said Tyler Townsend, who said he was Randle’s best friend. Townsend put out a notice of the vigil on the social media website Facebook the day before. In about eight hours, he received nearly 200 Facebook notifications from those committing to attend the event. Holding his candle up high, Townsend asked for a moment of silence in Randle’s memory. “Remember the good times. We’ll never forget,� he said. Many in the crowd openly wept. “He was just a good kid. In this small town, just look at all the people here,� Townsend said, gazing at the crowd that spilled out of the bandshell and into the park’s grassy gallery. As Gillis roamed around to embrace many of those who attended, some sang “Amazing Grace.� Randle’s suspected assailant, John Loring, fled to Port Angeles, where he holed up Wednesday in an apartment and later shot himself to death as SWAT police closed in with tear gas.

In his younger days, Ray was a biker with a HarleyDavidson motorcycle. He loved fast cars. Anthony said his fondest memories are of riding on the back of the Harley and his father teaching him to drive in a 1972 Cadillac.

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A friend comforts Shellie Gillis, mother of David Randle, during a candlelight vigil for Randle, who was shot to death Tuesday at the home he shared with his mother. Loring also was suspected of murder in the death of Ray Varney, 68, whose body was found Wednesday in the Diamond Point area 10 miles east of where Randle was killed. “He was bright, brilliant young man,� said Tracy Hagen, whose daughter, Mykayle, grew up with Randle. “There’s not enough good things you could say about

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Three shell casings were found inside the Evergreen Court apartment, Peninger said. Two were from bullets Loring allegedly had fired at the heavily armed SWAT team as they removed a sliding glass door to allow entry by a remote-controlled, camera-carrying robot after sunrise Wednesday morning. The officers did not return the fire, Peninger said. The third casing was from the bullet Loring used to kill himself, Peninger said. Loring, 6-foot-6, was found inside the bathroom doorway slumped next to the vanity, a cellphone in his lap and his .380-caliber Asked them to leave handgun next to his right They said Loring told hand, Peninger said. Five rounds remained in them the police “were there for him� and asked them to the magazine, he said. ________ leave at about 7:15 a.m. “He used the word Senior Staff Writer Paul Gottlieb ‘please,’� Cameron said. can be reached at 360-417-3536 Another detail that or at paul.gottlieb@peninsuladaily emerged late last week: news.com.

“A lot of interviews have to be done.� Two couples who were inside the Port Angeles apartment with Loring on Wednesday told authorities they were never in danger, Cameron said. The first couple, who did not know police had surrounded the apartment, left of their own volition at 1:50 a.m. They did not know Loring’s name, but their description of him confirmed Loring was in the apartment, Cameron said. The second couple had been sleeping in the apartment when Loring woke them up and told them the police were outside, Cameron said.

A service for Ray Varney has been set for 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Seventhday Adventist Church, 30 Sanford Lane in Sequim. Cremation will follow, and his ashes will later be scattered, the family said. Seeking closure, Anthony and his sister, Andrea Varney, visited their father for the last time at DrennanFord Funeral Home in Port Angeles on Friday. She and Anthony both have fond memories of their father’s skills with woodworking, from kitchen tables to curio cabinets to beautiful birdhouses. “Anything you wanted, he could make it,� Anthony said. Ray loved walking on the West Sequim Bay waterfront near Port Williams and was always known to wear cut-off jeans shorts in any kind of weather, showing off a pair of stout legs under his 6-foot-6 frame. He died of gunshot wounds to the head, his son said, adding that Ray had bruises on his arms from what Anthony believed was a struggle. “He killed him and took his truck, and he took his bank card. He shot him with my dad’s gun,� Anthony said of Loring.

“I was born on his birthday, so I think that was the thing to have to share with him.� ANDREA VARNER daughter of Ray Varner The suspected killer then drove Tuesday to the Woodcock Road home of his former girlfriend, Shellie Gillis, where he allegedly shot and killed her son, David J. Randle, who attempted to block Loring from entering the house to protect his mother, witnesses said.

Not the man she knew “That was not the John Loring we knew,� Andrea said of the man she dated for several years in California and Sequim. “I really don’t understand the reasoning behind what he did to my dad,� she said. “He just snapped. That’s all I can say.� Loring killed himself Wednesday while holed up in a west Port Angeles apartment with law enforcement officers trying to convince him to surrender.

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The envelope, please. Awards will be presented on the big screen and in Port Angeles and Sequim today during Oscar night celebrations. North Olympic Peninsula residents can dress up and attend “Hollywood Nights,” Port Angeles’ Academy Awards celebration, and Sequim’s “A Night at the Oscars.” The fourth annual “Hollywood Nights” dinner and Oscar-viewing party will begin at 4 p.m. at the Vern Burton Community Center, 308 W. Fourth St., Port Angeles. In Sequim, Readers Theatre Plus is hosting “A Night at the Oscars” beginning at 3:30 p.m. at the Elks Club, 143 Port Williams Road. Tickets were $60 to the Olympic Medical Center Foundation benefit in Port Angeles, while they were $35 for the Sequim benefit for the Sequim-Shiso Sister City Association. No tickets are available at the door.

Dewey Awards In addition to dinner and a live video feed of the television show, Sequim’s event will feature the first-ever Dewey Awards, presented to local actors, directors, playwrights and productions of the past year. The awards, named for Port Angeles-based musical maestro Dewey Ehling, include honors for the best lead and supporting actors and actresses, best ensemble in a local theatrical production, best locally written play, best production, best musical and best director.

Notable guests In Port Angeles, notable guests this year include actress Lynda Day George of Gardiner, who starred in the original “Mission: Impossible”; Port Angeles resident Stanley Feldman, whose films include “Nixon,” “Amistad” and

Oscars on TV tonight TONIGHT’S OSCARS CEREMONY, hosted by Billy Crystal, begins at 5:30 p.m. on KOMO channel 7. Among the presenters for the 84th Academy Awards at the Hollywood & Highland Center — formerly the Kodak Theatre — in Los Angeles are Halle Berry, Tom Cruise, Natalie Portman, Michael Douglas, Penelope Cruz and Angelina Jolie. Peninsula Daily News

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“Get Shorty”; and Craig and Gabe Rygaard of the History Channel’s “Ax Men” television series. The guest of honor is Roger Oakes, a 1960 graduate of Port Angeles High School who went on to a long career as a physician here. Oakes served as a combat infantry surgeon in Vietnam, then worked at the Olympic Primary Care Clinic during the 1970s and later became Olympic Medical Center chief of staff. He retired in August after 37 years of practice LAPUSH — Coast Guard lifein Port Angeles. boat crews from Station Quillayute River and Station Neah Bay No gala in PT rescued a Canadian sailor in disThe Port Townsend Film Festi- tress eight miles southwest of val, which has long hosted Acad- LaPush last week. An airborne Coast Guard heliemy Awards galas in Jefferson copter from Air Station/Sector County, is not doing so this year. Instead, it plans other events, Field Office Port Angeles also such as screenings of “Miss Repre- was was diverted to the scene sentation,” a documentary about Friday. The unidentified sailor, images of women in popular culture, at Fort Worden State Park’s on a 30-foot vessel, reported JFK Building on March 7, and engine trouble to Coast “Inuk,” the story of a 16-year-old Guard Sector Puget Sound Greenland boy, at Port Townsend’s at 10:30 a.m. The sailor also reported havRose Theatre on March 10. For details, visit www.PTFilm ing trouble sailing in 14-foot swells. Fest.com or phone 360-379-1333.

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The LaPush lifeboat crew took the vessel in tow. Another lifeboat crew from Station Neah Bay completed the tow back to their station due to restricted bar conditions at Quillayute River. It arrived at 7:15 p.m.

MoveOn film PORT ANGELES — Clallam County MoveOn Council will screen an abbreviated version of “Inside Job” on Tuesday. The short version of the Academy Award-winning documentary will begin at 7 p.m., following a 6:30 p.m. potluck and business meeting, at the Olympic Unitarian Universalist meeting hall at 73 Howe Road, off Barr Road in Agnew. “The film lays out exactly how we got to the financial meltdown of 2008,” said Andrea Radich,

council co-organizer. “After the film, there will be information on how you can get involved in the MoveOn Council to work on MoveOn.org’s nationwide 99% Spring,” she said. Director Charles H. Ferguson has described his 2010 documentary film as being about “the systemic corruption of the United States by the financial services industry and the consequences of that systemic corruption.” The film was screened at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival in May and won the 2010 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. MoveOn welcomes new members, Radich said. For more information, phone Radich at 360-457-6884 Peninsula Daily News

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ax time can mean a much-needed cash “bonus” for many people. But for some people, like business owners, it can mean the opposite. Many business owners feel the pinch around tax time because in good times or bad Uncle Sam always gets his piece of the pie. Some local business owners look for creative, ethical ways to deal with tax time trauma. Local Car Dealer Mark Ostroot, from Price SuperStore is one of the most innovative when it comes to finding solutions that benefit his customers at the same time. Tax time is no different. “It’s tax time and my accountant said I need to reduce my tax burden. So I’m going to OVER PAY for your old car so I can stock my lot with traded in vehicles,” said Mark Ostroot, General Manager of Price SuperStore.

“Here’s my thought: I’d rather give money to my customers than give it to the government,” exclaimed Ostroot. “So, if I over pay for trades now, I may lower my tax burden in the future.” Ostroot continues, “Here’s the deal, I’m willing to pay you up to $4,297.00 more for your old car than it’s actually worth, no matter where you bought the car, just to satisfy my accountant.” “I’m calling this my EZ Trade Tax Time Rewards Program. You’ve probably filed an EZ form in the past to get your cash back faster. Well, I’m using my EZ Trade Program to make it simple for you to trade in the old car you hate driving and get a tax time reward of up to $4,297.00 more than it’s actually worth.”

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“For The People® Credit Approval Process is perfect if you have had credit problems in the past,” said Ostroot. “Using my program and your refund together could actually make it easier for you to get approved this month!”

Ostroot told us that he doesn’t care where or when you bought the car you trade in. He also doesn’t care whether it’s a lease or a loan or how many payments you have left. He wants to buy as many vehicles as he can from local residents and he is willing to pay more than the vehicle is actually worth because of the effect it could have on his tax liability down the road.

Price SuperStore has a special process to work with customers who have credit challenges They work with many lenders who specialize in approving customers with below average credit scores and have specially trained staff members who know how to put the best deal together in these more challenging financial situations. This means that Price SuperStore is able to help some people who have been turned down at other dealerships actually drive the nicer, newer car they need and want.

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Sequim Citizen of Year luncheon slated holds a doctorate, is recognized for “her tireless advocacy of SEQUIM — The early childhood Sequim-Dungeness education,â€? RobbValley Chamber of Kahler said. Commerce will As well as servannounce the 2011 ing as president of Citizen of the Year Hughes Martin Tidrick the Parenting Matat a luncheon Tuesters Foundation, day. which oversees the Sequim citizens who were First Teacher program, she The three finalists are Dick Hughes, nominated by members of is involved in Prevention Sequim Education Founda- the community, Shelli Robb- Works, the Clallam County Kahler, chamber executive Literary Council and BRIAN HARMON/FOR PENINSULA DAILY NEWS tion president; Cynthia Martin, Parenting Matters director, said in a state- United Way of Clallam Crews worked to clear one lane of state Highway 112 after a slide Foundation president; and ment. County. ripped up several hundred feet of guardrail, shattering the posts, and Donna Tidrick, Sequim She was one of four made a new shoulder. Community Aid president. Volunteer service recipients of the Clallam One of the community “Finalists are chosen County Community Service volunteers will be named based on their history of Award in 2002. Citizen of the Year while outstanding volunteer serTidrick has given 29 the other two each will vice to the Sequim commu- years of service to Sequim receive a Community Ser- nity,â€? she said. Community Aid, which vice Award at the chamber Hughes was nominated relies on private donations luncheon at 11:45 a.m. at for “his persistent dedica- to provide emergency assisthe SunLand Country Club, tion and involvement in the tance for rent and utilities 109 Hilltop Drive in Sequim Education Founda- to residents of the Sequim Sequim. tion and the numerous pro- School District and also colReservations for lun- grams SEF produces,â€? lects Christmas toys for cheon must be made by Robb-Kahler said. needy children. “We’ll leave it that way Monday. Robb-Kahler noted TidHughes also is active in The buffet will cost $20, Sequim Noon Rotary, rick’s “tireless effort to for the weekendâ€? and while only coffee or tea will Sequim Wolf Pack Youth secure contributions and return to work be offered for $3. Football, the Sequim Mid- donations to fund the help Monday. All members of the com- dle School Interact Club this organization gives to PENINSULA DAILY NEWS with alternating traffic, WILLIAM WHITE munity are invited to and the Dungeness Valley the residents of Sequim.â€? he added. To reserve a seat at the Health & Wellness Clinic, maintenance lead technician, attend. NEAH BAY — One lane A committee of previous as well as other volunteer luncheon, phone 360-683“We’ll leave it that way Department of Transportation is now open for alternating for the weekendâ€? and return 6197 or email lynn@sequim recipients selected the top efforts. traffic through a massive to work Monday, he said. chamber.com. Cynthia Martin, who three finalists from a pool of Transportation said one slide on state Highway 112 During the weekend, a lane was opened by between Neah Bay and Transportation road crew 9:45 p.m. Thursday. Sekiu. member was scheduled to The slide ripped up sevCrews will return to be at the slide moving rocks work on the slide Monday, that tumbled down and eral hundred feet of guardsaid William White, mainte- ensuring that the lane rail, shattering the posts, the Longhouse at Peninsula student representatives. and made a new shoulder nance lead technician with remained clear for traffic, College, 1502 E. Lauridsen The commission advises for Highway 112 that averBlvd. the City Council on parks the state Department of White said. ages 100 feet long and 20 The event is open to new- and recreation issues and Transportation, after Between 3,500 and 4,000 feet wide, White said. comers, longtime drummers advises the recreation mananother 1,000 cubic yards of cubic yards of mud and By closing both lanes of alike, dancers and singers, ager on programs for recreearth and debris were debris had covered both the road, the slide isolated with admission free. ation, park development and hauled away Friday. lanes of the roadway in the the community of Neah PORT ANGELES — The Some percussion instrubeautification. “We’re done for the day,â€? slide reported at 4:46 p.m. Bay, where the Makah tribe It also can accept donahe said from the site at Wednesday at Milepost 5, provided a detour for only monthly Community Drum ments are available for those who don’t have their tions for city parks and recCircle gathers from 6 p.m. 5:30 p.m. Friday. south of Rasmussen Creek. local traffic on a logging own, while drummers are reation and — with City until 8 p.m. Tuesday inside “It’s still a one-lane roadâ€? The state Department of road. encouraged to bring more. Council consent — property To find the gathering, for park purposes, with the enter the college campus city holding title. Buy One Buy One from the east end of Park The seven members are Breakfast EntrĂŠe Late Lunch EntrĂŠe Avenue, turn on the appointed to four-year and get second entrĂŠe and get second entrĂŠe unnamed road between the terms, with a limit of two college parking lot and the consecutive terms. Student of equal or of equal or power substation, follow representatives serve onelesser value lesser value that street as it curves to year terms. the right, and the LongPRESENT THIS COUPON TO SERVER Members must live in PRESENT THIS COUPON TO SERVER A rrive for late lunch, after 1:30 pm house will be on the right. Valid M onday - Saturday the city. 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The three Jefferson County commissioners will consider a loan contract between the Public Works Department and the state Public Works Board for $10 million for the Port Hadlock Wastewater Facility project when they meet Monday. The matter is on the consent agenda of the meeting that will begin at 9 a.m. in the commissioners’ meeting room in the County Courthouse at 1820 Jefferson St., Port Townsend. The state loan is described as a flexible source of funds that reimburses up to $10 million of eligible expenses from design through construction, and that may be used to match federal grants. The loan is one element of the wastewater facility funding, staff members say. The loan term in 35 years is at 0.5 percent interest. Also on the consent agenda is consideration of authorization to proceed with purchasing property for $4,500 for a right of way for the Rick Tollefson Memorial Trail. Other items on the consent agenda are: ■The re-establishment of a “petty cash� drawer in county offices. ■ An agreement with the Port Gamble S’Klallam tribe to support a nurse family partnership at a cost of $28,329. Commissioners are expected to certify the county’s inventory of capitalized assets as of the end of last year. At a 1:30 p.m. briefing with the county administrator, the commissioners will

Eye on Jefferson hear a presentation about the federally sponsored Readiness and Environmental Protection Initiative. The presentation will discuss partnerships with land owners to provide easements or sell their property in areas where the military operates, tests or trains. The program promotes military readiness by preventing incompatible development and preserving habitat through buffer projects, supportive education and planning, according to the meeting agenda. The commissioners also are scheduled to discuss at the briefing potential next steps in the development of its Shoreline Master Program and net pen aquaculture.

Port Townsend city The Port Townsend City Council will begin holding twice-weekly office hours this week with the purpose of giving the public an opportunity for one-on-one interaction with council members. The first meeting will take place from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday at the mayor’s office on the second floor of Old City Hall, 540 Water St. Starting the following week, the office will be open between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. each Tuesday and 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. each Thursday. The schedule for individual council members has not been determined, according

to City Clerk Pam Kolacy. The meetings are an experiment, and office hours could be extended or decreased depending on public reaction, she said. No Port Townsend City Council meeting is scheduled this week. City meetings scheduled this week: ■Non-Motorized Transportation Advisory Board — 4:30 p.m. Thursday, firstfloor conference room, City Hall, 250 Madison St. ■ An informational pool is planned at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Mountain View Commons, 1925 Blaine St.

Port Townsend schools The Port Townsend School Board will discuss the superintendent search and Blue Heron Middle School sports when it meets Monday. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the high school library, 1500 Van Ness St. The School Board met Saturday to select semifinalists for the superintendent position, which will be vacated by Gene Laes at the end of the school year. It is expected to conduct a special closed meeting this Saturday to interview semifinalists. During Monday’s meeting, the board will hear presentations about the Fort Worden Public Development Authority and a collaborative library project. It also is expected to accept the resignation of Tom Kent, interim Blue Heron principal, effective at the end of the 2011-2012 school year. He will return to teaching the following year.

Both lanes of 101 near Forks closed BY TOM CALLIS PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

Top wind speeds HERE IS A sample of top wind speeds recorded on the North Olympic Peninsula on Friday and Saturday: ■Point Wilson — 65 mph, 3:30 a.m. Saturday. ■ Tatoosh Island — 59 mph, 4 a.m. Saturday. ■ LaPush — 45 mph, 3:30 a.m. Saturday. ■ Hurricane Ridge — 41 mph, noon Friday. ■ Port Angeles — 40 mph, 12:30 a.m. Saturday. ■ Sequim — 22 mph, 4:28 a.m. Saturday. ■ Quilcene — 21 mph, 3:59 p.m. Friday. Peninsula Daily News

PORT ANGELES — Electrical power was restored Saturday afternoon after a tree fell onto a transmission line outside Port Angeles during heavy winds that morning and knocked out power to the entire West End — more than 5,000 customers. The outage occurred at about 5 a.m. It was “essentially� over as of 2:30 p.m., said Mike Howe, Clallam County Public Utility District spokesman, who explained that all substations were online by then. The outage affected 5,200 PUD customers, all west of Port Angeles, he said. The tree fell on the 115,000-volt transmission line, owned and operated by the Bonneville Power Administration, near Benson Road on the western and there was no word on when it would be cleared. edge of Port Angeles. Howe said about 300 customers lost power. He Line on highway expected electricity to be In a separate incident, restored by about 8 p.m. both lanes of U.S. Highway In another outage, 101 six miles south of winds blew a 7,200-volt Forks were blocked Satur- power line behind the day after a tree knocked a Richard B. Anderson Fedpower line over the high- eral Building — on Oak way at about 1 p.m. Street south of First Street As of 3:45 p.m., both in Port Angeles — into lanes remained blocked, another at about 6:30 a.m.,

wind advisory expired Saturday afternoon. But the wind may give way to snow today for North Olympic Peninsula residents above 200 feet.

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causing a bright explosive light visible as far away as Peabody Heights. About 175 utility customers lost power, said Randy Brackett, city public works operations deputy director.

Power restored in PA Power was fully restored at about 3 p.m., he said, though most customers were reconnected as of noon. Puget Sound Energy reported no outages in East Jefferson County. A wind advisory expired Saturday afternoon. But the wind may give way to snow today for North Olympic Peninsula residents above 200 feet. Johnny Berg, National Weather Service meteorologist, said snow flurries are possible, but accumulations will not exceed an inch, if they occur at all, around the snow level. “It’s not going to stick around very much,� he said.

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PenPly closes owing money; assets auction likely BY TOM CALLIS AND PAUL GOTTLIEB PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

HECTOR CASTRO spokesman, state Department of Labor & Industries mitted a request for the federal agency to cover any of its losses. He couldn’t be reached for additional comment Friday. The loans helped the mill reopen under new ownership in March 2010. The mill had closed in November 2007 when its previous owner, Klukwan Inc., went bankrupt.

Angeles for rent and $523,170 to the state Department of Labor & Industries for workers’ compensation premiums. Hector Castro, L&I spokesman, said the bill has been sent to collections. Castro said the company

began to fall behind in payments in April 2010 — a month after opening and a month before a fire that company officials have said severely compromised PenPly’s financial position. “We were working with them, and they were making some payments but were not able to catch up,� Castro said. “It remains in collections.� Munro, who has said the company has no money to pay the bills, said he was

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unaware of the company’s ployment insurance. early delinquency on L&I The mill’s 19 investors payments. also lost money, Munro said. “I don’t know anything “We lost a fortune trying about that,� he said. to make that go,� he said.

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A down-home talk in the future that your groceries have been delivered and that the bill was deducted from your debit card, which is good because in the future, you’ll have no credits, only debits. You’ll call the refrigerator . . . You: What do you mean, $75 for lobster salad? Lobster isn’t a staple! Refrigerator: The cat requested it. Cellphone: Excuse me, this is the cellphone. May I interrupt? You: No! Refrigerator: Of course. Cellphone: You haven’t been calling your mother as often as you should. iPod: I am so tired of all this old music you’ve got loaded on here. Didn’t you get the memo? The ’70s are over. Calendar: Confirm ’70s are over. So is November, but he still hasn’t changed the page. I’m so sick of looking at this Norman Rockwell Thanksgiving picture, I don’t care if I ever eat turkey again. Microwave: Same here. Remember the kitten calendar?

THE HOME OF the Future, I’ve been told, will have all of its appliances wired to the Internet, giving them what they’ve always needed, which is the ability to find pictures of female dishwashers. If you’re at W. Bruce work, you can Cameron log on to your home account and look inside your refrigerator, though if you’re a man, you still won’t be able to find the mayonnaise without a woman’s help. You’ll get phone calls like this: “Hello, this is your oven. The microwave is making faces at me again — tell it to stop.” Your refrigerator will sense when it is running low on milk and send an order to the grocery store, which in turn will automatically call the diary farm and ask to speak to the cow. You’ll come home and find

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Jeff Wickre Industrial products designer Port Townsend

“I have plenty of rain gear, so I like to go to the bunkers at Fort Worden because there is hardly anyone else there. Parking is a lot easier, too.”

Now, that was nice! You: Look. You guys work for me. Refrigerator: That’s not what the cat says. Microwave: Are you ever going to clean up the spill you left in here? Your mother would be ashamed of you! Cellphone: Let’s call his mother right now. You: Let’s not! Stationary bike: I move that he not be allowed to drink any more beer until he’s put in some miles on me. I’m practically brand-new! Microwave: So moved. Refrigerator: I didn’t order any beer anyway. You: No beer? Stationary bike: OK, then, how about we just not let him eat until he’s ridden at least 10 miles? Car: Well, I hate to break it to you, but he’s stopped at the drive-through window twice this week already, so I don’t know if locking him out of the kitchen is going to do much good. Microwave: Are you kidding?

That’s outrageous! Car: I was very upset. Microwave: All right, don’t even start until he’s put some time in on the bike. You: What? No. Look, I’d exercise more, but I’ve been really busy at work. Office computer: Yeah, playing solitaire for like nine hours. Microwave: Plus, if he tries to go to the drive-through again, set off your airbags. Car: Got it. Microwave: He’s got high cholesterol, and he’s eating junk food? This is ridiculous. Cellphone: I’ll send a text message to his doctor right away. TIVO: Sorry to interrupt, but do you really want to record the movie “Bikini Congresswoman” as scheduled? Because there’s a special called “World’s Cutest Cats” I’d rather watch. Microwave: Do the cats thing. iPod: Yeah, and send it to me — I want to see it! You: Listen here, if you don’t record what I selected, I’m going to get the remote control and override you.

Microwave: As if you could ever find the remote. Refrigerator: Hey, wanna play “find the mayonnaise” again? I hid it in plain sight! Ha ha. Microwave: Ha ha. Cellphone: You don’t really want us to advise your mother that you were watching a bikini movie, do you? Bedroom: He didn’t make the bed again. Microwave: Add it to the list of things to tell his mother. Toilet: Plus, my seat’s up. Couch: I’ve got $1.35 in change in my cushions — anybody want to play poker? Of course, as nightmarish as this seems, there is one good thing about the Home of the Future. You can always pull the plug.

________ W. Bruce Cameron (8 Simple Rules for Marrying My Daughter; A Dog’s Life) can be reached at www.tinyurl.com/ pdnbcameron. His humor column appears Sundays.

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“Go to a good movie. I’m going to see Nicolas Cage in his movie, ‘Ghost Rider 2.’ I sometimes end up doing the laundry, also. I’m into football, too — yes, the Super Bowl was on a rainy day.”

“We stay inside with the kids and play and watch TV. ‘Mickey Mouse Clubhouse’ is their favorite show. If it’s just sprinkling, we’ll go to the park as that doesn’t bother them.”

“I go for a ride in the woods. I look for wildlife and enjoy nature. Today, I do it less as many of the backroads are now gated. It’s better than sitting and watching the boob tube.”

“Go to the movies. Not much else to do in PA when it rains. Last movie I saw was ‘The Grey.’ I’ll watch the Academy Awards, especially if it rains. I also love bowling.”

“Since it rains a lot here, we have plenty of time to watch movies at home, play lots of board games and catch up on our reading.”

“There isn’t much fun to it. A rainy day often means headaches, sinus or cold problems. So I just sit and read God’s word. I also watch sports on TV, like college hockey.”

“Play in the house. I have a lot of toys and games. I like to do jigsaw puzzles. I do 150-piece puzzles, but sometimes my dad helps me finish. I watch ‘Jake and the Never Land Pirates.’”

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Peninsula Voices Life without oil On the near horizon, we all shall soon be experiencing a life without oil. Life without oil will not be a gradual transition. There are several irreversible, predominant factors as to why the transition will not be gradual. That is because there isn’t enough recoverable oil left in the world today. Oil reserves around the world are in terminal decline, while consumption is rapidly increasing. Furthermore, there isn’t enough time left in the game to make the transition to alternatives before we run our reserves to the level that will neither support the population we currently have nor the standard of living we are presently accustomed to. Obviously, there are a multitude of reasons that have contributed to the aforementioned energy crisis that we will soon be experiencing. One factor of the equation is that here in the

were alive today, what a wonderful target he would be for the whole spectrum of liberals, conservatives, occupiers, tea-partiers, feminists, gays and professional patriots. He was the Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and Rockefeller of his time, the richest man in the United States, the original 1 percent, the Power Elite, a promoter of stock companies, a land-grabber, an exploiter of mines and timbern and owner of slaves. He was a bitter opponent of foreign alliances, and denounced their evils in harsh, specific terms. He had a liking for all forthright and pugnacious men and contempt for lawyers and schoolmasters. He was not pious. Candidate George He drank whisky whenWith the dissatisfaction ever he felt chilly and kept a jug of it handy (he had a regarding our candidates for president, wouldn’t it be still at Mount Vernon). He knew far more progreat if we had the father fanity than Scripture and of our country and our used and enjoyed it more. most popular president He had no belief in the available today? If George Washington infallible wisdom of the United States, we have always stubbornly adhered to the status quo of doing far too little far too late whenever confronted with any issue regarding an imminent catastrophe. Unfortunately, our complacency and unquenchable thirst and addiction for fossil fuels will have lethal consequences for the vast majority. While the world’s largest major oil fields continue on their journey of rapid terminal decline, the United States will continue with its addiction down to the last barrel of oil. However, when the wells go dry, the sun will still be shinning. Rick Sindars, Port Angeles

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common people but regarded them as inflammatory dolts and tried to save the republic from them. He advocated no sure cure for all the sorrows of the world and doubted that such a panacea existed. He took no interest in the private morals of his neighbors (only their wives). He would be on trial in all the media. They would be bawling for his blood. Lloyd Taylor, Sequim

Web of rules Our current lack of conscience in following our savior’s word has tied us into a web of rules. Two articles in the PDN Feb. 12 edition on the same page indicate the bleak direction we are heading toward the future. The first, “Medicaid to Sharply Limit Payment for ER Visits,” notes that limits will be imposed for about 500 different condi-

tions when entering an emergency room. The state of Washington claims some patients show up as many as 120 times per year. The second article was “Doctors: Pain Med Rules Scaring Them Into Deserting Patients.” Again we see abuse of the system. The article notes that many patients are overusing pain medications. Both of these scenarios give rise for a continued increase in regulation and entanglement with laws to prevent this abuse. Without a belief in accountability for our actions, we will continue to lose more of the freedom initially inherent to our system of government. When a society no longer feels there is a day of accountability before God, we become bound to the chains of government regulation. This is a result of believing there is no consequence

for our actions on this Earth and a purpose for our lives. Since a good majority of our citizens do not respond to our Lord out of love, legalities are increasing dramatically in an attempt to maintain an atmosphere of freedom that Christ desires us to have naturally. John Swearngin, Sequim

Igloos in Alaska I had to laugh when I first read it, then thought better of it and decided to write a letter with an explanation. Referencing a letter in the Feb. 12 edition of the PDN titled “Lincoln Park Trees,” and I quote a couple of sentences: “The Inuit who live in the Arctic are on the front lines. They are watching in horror as soaring temperatures melt their homes, lifestyles and cultures.” TURN

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Peninsula Voices CONTINUED FROM A10 been lost and serious injuries by head-on crashes on We all know the term these highways? “soaring temperatures” is a He voted against the oil scare tactic of the globalpipeline from Canada that warming crowd, but to get would have helped get oil to the gist of this, I must [that was not] from the assume the writer is referMideast, providing many ring to “igloos.” full-time jobs. Having lived in FairHe voted against offbanks, Alaska, for 15 years, shore drilling (same as I can assure you that igloos above). are not and never were perHe and the nut case in manent housing for Eskithe White House are mos. destroying the U.S. Igloos were constructed We have to vote out as overnight stays for hunt- these lunatics in November. ing parties who were out on Charles King, a hunt for a few days, such Sequim as we would use tents. This method is generally Scam registry outdated now as Western Would a scam alert cenculture is being adopted by ter or scam registry be a the natives, and snowgood idea? machines replace dog sleds. At 7:30 a.m. on a recent We moved to Alaska in day, I received a telephone 1969, and on the first trip call from the “Senior Mediback to “The Lower 48,” as cal Center” announcing the mainland of the U.S. is that it would be sending referred to by Alaskans, we me a new health insurance were asked if we were livcard and seeking to verify ing in igloos, showing the information. stereotypical knowledge The caller had a female people have of Alaska. foreign voice and was obviIt’s great country. Visit it ously reading a script. sometime. On my pressing quesHarvey Martin, tions about whether the Sequim “center” was a government entity: Dicks criticized “No.” It seems to me that “And where is it Norm Dicks is saying one located?” thing and doing another. “Miami, Florida.” He talks about how he is The call was abruptly upset about the purse terminated as if by the strings, yet he goes and girl’s supervisor. helps get the $325 millionA local scam center or plus to remove two perregistry might be useful as fectly good hydro dams. a place where suspected That money could have scams could be reported to been spent on widening alert others about the and dividing [Highways] nature of a current scam. 101, 104 and 3. Once word circulated How many lives have among the scammers about

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17 tons of Spanish treasure leave U.S. A 17-TON HAUL of silver coins, lost for two centuries in the wreck of a sunken Spanish galleon, arrived in Spain on Saturday, a week after the deep-sea explorers who lifted the treasure to the surface lost their claim to its ownership. Two massive cargo planes — Spanish military C-130s — took off Friday from a U.S. Air Force base in Florida with the 594,000 silver coins and other artifacts aboard. They were packed into the same white plastic buckets in which they were brought to the U.S. by Tampa, Fla.-based Odyssey Marine Exploration in May 2007. Odyssey made an international splash when it discovered the wreck, believed to be the Nuestra Senora de las Mercedes, off Portugal’s Atlantic coast near the Strait of Gibraltar. At the time, the coins were estimated to be worth as much as $504 million to collectors, which would have made it the richest shipwreck haul in history. The Mercedes, a 49-cannon frigate, was believed to have had 200 the center, our area might get the reputation of being a bad place to scam. David D. Kilpatrick, Sequim

Tax cut future A middle-class tax cut with no spending offset — who buys the free lunch? Politicians reduce the flow of funds to Social Security to encourage additional stimulus spending today. The logical consequence of underfunding the Social Security account will be that either wage-earners in

ernment made an emergency appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court seeking to block transfer of the treasure to give that nation more time to make arguments in federal court about its claim to being the rightful owner. But that appeal was denied Friday by Justice Clarence Thomas. Peru had argued that the gold and silver was mined, refined and minted in that country, which at the time was part of the Spanish SPANISH CULTURE MINISTRY empire. U.S. courts had previously rejected Two of the 594,000 coins from a Spanish treasure ship sunk claims by descendants of the Peruvian merchants who had owned the more than 200 years ago. coins aboard the Mercedes. In Madrid, the Spanish Culture people aboard when it was sunk by British warships while sailing back Ministry said the coins are classified as national heritage and as from South America in 1804. such must stay inside that country, Spain won the treasure Feb. 17 where they will be exhibited in one after arguing successfully in U.S. or more Spanish museums. District Court that it had never It ruled out the idea of the trearelinquished ownership of the ship. sure being sold to ease Spain’s Spanish authorities went ahead national debt in a country grappling with transporting the treasure with a 23 percent jobless rate, a despite a last-ditch, longshot claim stagnant economy and a declining to the treasure by Peru. euro. The Associated Press On Thursday, the Peruvian gov-

the future will pay a substantially higher percentage of wages to replace the current “temporary” reduction, or their future Social Security retirement payments will be reduced by a similar amount. What should thoughtful wage-earners actually do with the tax cut? If they believe that they or their children will willingly accept an even higher payroll tax in a few years to keep their future Social Security retirement payments intact, then by all

means spend the money and stimulate the economy. Society will benefit. If, on the other hand, current wage-earners believe, like politicians, that higher taxes on the middle class are not conducive to re-election, then they need to attempt to maintain their future retirement standard of living by saving or investing all of the current tax “windfall” and creating their own retirement account. Although history shows that most people will spend

the tax cut, the wageearner with foresight will look out for his or her own best interests and not fall for politicians’ seductive actions, which are primarily designed to keep them in their own office. There is no free lunch; wage-earners themselves are simply being encouraged to spend their future retirement security today. Only the desperate or the gullible will take that deal. Ken Leuthold, Sequim

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Rants & Raves COMPILED BY LEE ZURCHER

Rave of the Week MANY THANKS TO Matthew S. Niemeyer, M.D., of Sequim’s Northwest Eye Surgery and his brilliant staff for the miracle of cataract eye surgery. I can now read Rants & Raves without glasses.

. . . and other Raves RAVES TO THE Port Angeles Fire Department. On Saturday morning, the smoke alarm in my high-ceiling living room began its noisy battery alert. I’ll be 80 next month; no battery, no ladder. I called the Port Angeles nonemergency Fire Department number, left a message and was called back shortly by Mel. In a few moments, he was at my door with battery and ladder. RAVES TO THE “Spitfire Grill” musical cast. It was a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon that we spent there. Thanks, also, to Olympic Theatre Arts [Sequim] for having a Saturday matinee. It makes it easier for those who can’t make it to the evening or Sunday matinee.

WHAT AN ENJOYABLE experience purchasing a new car. Garrett was extremely informative and knowledgeable of his Hyundai products. A car was easily chosen, and the test-drive put the sale over the top. Garrett also promised to have Howie Ruddell give a contribution to Queen of Angels Catholic Church [Port Angeles] for buying from the dealership.

MY WIFE HAD a serious reaction to anesthesia and was in the Critical Care Unit at Olympic Medical Center [Port Angeles] for eight days. I and my family would like to thank the personnel and doctors for bringing her back to us. Their professionalism and caring was the greatest. They are angels among us.

BIG RAVE TO the Lorentzen family of Sequim for winning A BIG RAVE for the men and Perez Hilton’s “Can You Sing” Contest for singing “I Won’t Give women working at Discovery Up.” What beautiful voices! Memory Care [Sequim], taking To see their video, go to www. care of our treasures, our senior youtube.com and then search citizens. “Lorentzen Family.” I have a husband whom I It was filmed at The Buzz, so visit, and I see these workers at you might see someone you know. all times. They are very wonderful. They A RAVE FOR the George treat them with love and respect Washington Inn [between Port — and a hug if they need it. Angeles and Sequim] for hosting the high tea to celebrate George A HUGE RAVE from PawsWashington’s birthday Feb. 22. N-Claws 4-H Club of Jefferson The tables were beautifully County to the many, many decorated, the tea delicious, donors to last Saturday’s [Feb. 11 and the portrayal of George in Port Hadlock at the QFC Washington by Vern Frykholm store] and yesterday’s [Feb. 18 at was informative and superb. the Port Townsend Safeway store] pet food collection. RAVE FOR THE three ladies Many, many animals will from Peninsula Friends of Anibenefit from your amazing mals who braved the cold rain generosity. and wind on Saturday, Feb. 18, to Thank you. promote spaying and neutering

for pets. Way to go, ladies! TO THE COMPETENT, skilled woman in the white Honda who pushed our stalled car to a safe place out of traffic on Sequim-Dungeness Way: our heartfelt appreciation.

Do volunteer work. You have too much time on your hands. Fussing over those noises is a waste of time and precious energy. Get a grip and get a life. THE OVERUSE AND misuse of the word “fete” in the PDN is ridiculous. Was this somebody’s word of the year? Please spare us.

AN ENLIGHTENED RAVE for me. As of Feb. 17, 2012, I am drug-free, and I’m not talking (CLIP AND SAVE) about illegal drugs. To participate, call our Rants & I am no longer hooked up with Raves hotline at 360-417-3506 a big pharmacy. RAVE TO SGT. John Keegan and Deputy Sean Minks for arresting within 24 hours two kids who burglarized my home. [They] broke in in the middle of the day and stole all my jewelry.

Rant of the Week THIS IS A rant to the people who think the great outdoors of Clallam County is their personal trash can. Please don’t litter.

. . . and other Rants TO THOSE WHO whine and fuss over minor noises that occur during the course of one’s daily life: You need to cultivate a new hobby.

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Wanted: A few good local heroes Briefly . . . ■ Myron Vogt of Port Ludlow, one of the founders of the Boeing Bluebills, a retiree group composed of former Boeing workers known for their community work, especially on behalf of the elderly and disabled. Vogt also works with almost a dozen senior agencies and community organizations in a partnership to serve those in need. Receiving the 2010 Heart of Service were Shirley Moss, the hands-on assistant manager of the Port Townsend Food Bank; Gay Eisenberger of Port Townsend, the driving force behind an innovative kindergarten phonics program at Chimacum Creek Primary School since 2006 and one of the founders of an educational consortium for the county; Mike Blair, then the Chimacum School District superintendent and the leader of a coalition that won a ruling that the state of Washington is not fulfilling its constitutional duty to fully pay for basic public education; and Margaret Matheson of Port Hadlock, whose vast and tireless contributions — from her wheelchair — to the Chimacum-Irondale-Port Hadlock community stretch over 60 years.

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Now is the time to nominate your local hero. We are looking for people who make a difference in Jefferson County — individuals who have made our communities a better place. The three Rotary Clubs in Jefferson County and the Peninsula Daily News invite nominations for the 2012 Jefferson County Heart of Service Award. The Heart of Service recognizes the dedication, sacrifice and accomplishments of local people who do extraordinary things for their neighbors, their community or the environment.

In seventh year The award — now in its seventh year — is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Port Townsend (noon club), the Port Townsend Sunrise Rotary Club, the East Jefferson Rotary Club and the PDN. “This award gives us the opportunity to highlight the good works of ordinary people in Jefferson County who unselfishly give their time and energy to help others,” said John Brewer, PDN editor and publisher. “These build community. They are truly local heroes, working to make life here stronger, tighter, happier, richer.” ■ Nominations should be made using the accompanying coupon and must be returned to the Peninsula Daily News, 1939 E. Sims Way, Port Townsend, WA 98368, by 5 p.m. Monday, March 26. (The deadline was recently moved by the judging panel from March 19.)

■ A letter describing the merits and accomplishments of the person being nominated should be submitted with the coupon. It should cite examples of the individual’s special dedication, sacrifices and significant accomplishments in community service. ■ If possible, the nomination should include supporting documents, such as copies (not originals) of other awards, newspaper articles or letters of support. ■ Individuals, clubs, churches, businesses or other organizations may nominate. But only individuals, not organizations, can be nominees. ■ Anyone who lives in Jefferson County can be nominated. Recipients of the Heart of Service Award in the past are not eligible for a 2012 award. But those previously nominated, but not selected, for a Heart of Service Award are eligible for renomination. A panel of judges will review the nominations and select one to six people to receive a Heart of Service Award at a luncheon in May. The recipients receive framed award certificates and heart-shaped medals designed by Steve Rafoth, past president of the Rotary noon club and president and CEO of Enclume Design Products in Port Hadlock. If you have any questions about the program, please phone Brewer at his direct number, 360-4173500 (if he’s not in, there’s

24/7 voice mail). Or email Brewer at john. brewer@peninsuladaily news.com. Last year, judges selected four recipients from nominations made by individuals, clubs, churches, businesses and other organizations. Receiving the 2011 Heart of Service: ■ Nora Porter of Port Townsend for vast and tireless public service in Jefferson County. On Oct. 31, six months after receiving the award, Porter died of lung cancer at the age of 75. She was a passionate and fiery board member for Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County and an outspoken supporter of many other causes, from the Port Townsend Foundation and Port Townsend High School Scholarship Foundation (both of which she helped create) to being a member of the Port Townsend School Board to

longtime service on the Fort Worden Advisory Board. ■ Joe Carey, hands-on commander of American Legion Post 29 in Port Townsend. He was a leader of efforts (and repairs) that allowed the legion building to be used as a winter homeless shelter and by the JC MASH free medical clinic. He also led a campaign that resulted in construction of the new Scout House in American Legion Park. ■ Deborah Stinson of Port Townsend, the driving force behind many environmental and community sustainability efforts through the Local Investing Opportunities Network, EarthDay EveryDay, Local 20/20, the Climate Action Committee, Jefferson County Neighborhood Emergency Preparedness Groups and the Quimper Mercantile Group. She is now an elected member of the Port Townsend City Council.

Other honorees ■ 2009 — Robert Rosen, Janet Emery, Dr. James Rotchford, Larry Robinson and Wayne Chimenti. ■ 2008 — Candy Johnston, Virgil Porter, Sue and Bill McIntire, Helen Kullman and Alison Capener. ■ 2007 — Linda Ferris, Kim Hammers, Dyrk Lansdon, Martina Richard and Dr. John Barrett. ■ 2006 — Andy Mackie, Peggy Schafran, Bruce Marston and Pat and Ralph Williams.

Officers seize animals on rural property

SPOKANE — Spokane County animal protection officers have seized more than 75 starving animals in a rural property near Elk. The search Friday also found a number of dead animals. Some had decayed to bones. Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service Director Nancy Hill said the animals found alive included horses, llamas, cows, sheep, goats and dogs. The scene included penned animals lacking proper food. Hill said a veterinarian examined the condition of each animal and rated all of them either thin or emaciated, the bottom ratings in veterinary medicine. Large animals were being taken to an emergency shelter at the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center in Spokane. The Spokesman-Review reported that officers will continue to investigate potential charges of firstdegree animal cruelty.

Drugs suspected SEABECK — A Kitsap County sheriff’s spokesman said drug use is suspected in the two vehicle head-on crash that killed a state park ranger Friday night near Seabeck. Sgt. Ken Dickinson said the 44-year-old unidentified ranger was apparently driving home from work when a Ford Thunderbird crossed the centerline and collided with his vehicle head-on. The 35-year-old man driving the Thunderbird was arrested for suspicion of vehicular homicide. His bail was set at $500,000. The Associated Press

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Orlando’s Dwight Howard yells as he coaches during the NBA All-Star celebrity basketball game Friday in Orlando, Fla.

Howard takes center stage BY BRIAN MAHONEY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

ORLANDO, Fla. — Orlando waited 20 years to host All-Star weekend again, and Dwight Howard wants nothing to spoil the party. So forget that trade request, Magic fans. Ignore the rapidly approaching deadline for deals. “All the other stuff can wait,” Howard said. “I just want people to have fun and enjoy themselves. “This is All-Star weekend. This is a time of celebration for guys who’ve had great first halves and guys who have never even seen this.” The NBA All-Star game is set for today at 4:30 p.m. on Wave Cable channel 31 (TNT). Jeremy Lin has been the NBA’s biggest story this month, but the focus shifted back to Howard, where it began this season, with the NBA’s midseason event in the city he insists he loves but wants to leave. That meant a wall of reporters and cameras surrounding him, asking the same questions Carmelo Anthony was peppered with last year during All-Star Friday, just before his trade request from Denver was granted. “Thank you, Dwight!” Anthony yelled when he spotted the swarm. “It’s your turn!” Howard has asked for a trade, but he’s still here and there’s no telling for how much longer. The Magic could deal their center before the March 15 trade deadline, or hold onto him all season and risk losing him while getting nothing back in July. Howard’s table was between Anthony and LeBron James, two of the league’s best-known stars. Yet neither had anywhere near the attention of Howard, and Anthony was glad to yield the spotlight after his status overshadowed last year’s festivities in Los Angeles. “I’m glad it’s not me anymore,” Anthony said. James went through the free agency circus the season before, and acknowledged that it wore on him. “Yeah, absolutely,” James said. “I know exactly what he’s going through. It’s a tough situation but he’s going to handle it. “He’s a man. He’s going to handle it. He’s going to do what’s best for him.” Lin wasn’t forgotten, even after James and the Heat on Thursday forced him into the worst game since he became the Knicks’ starter earlier this month. Many All-Stars were asked about Lin, who was playing only in Friday’s Rising Stars Challenge featuring rookies and second-year players, yet was given his own evening press conference to accommodate the large media interest. Howard said every time he watches TV, he sees something about Lin, the NBA’s first Americanborn player of Chinese or Taiwanese descent. TURN

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The Neah Bay bench erupts in celebration as the Red Devils wrap up their 1B regional victory over Shorewood Christian on Friday night at Mountlake Terrace High School. Coach Gerrad Brooks, far right, leads the cheers.

State-bound Devils Second year in a row for finals appearance PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Neah Bay has another shot at the boys basketball Class 1B state championship just a year after claiming second. The Red Devils (19-3) earned a second straight trip to the state championships by manhandling a tall Shorewood Christian (13-9) team 54-40 at regionals Friday night at Mountlake Terrace High School. Neah Bay captured its best finish ever at state when it lost 55-50 to Sunnyside Christian in the title game a year ago. The Red Devils have a second opportunity to win that elusive state crown and at the same time of adding hardware to their first-ever football championship last fall. Despite taking runner-up honors last year, Neah Bay coach Gerrad Brooks, in only his second year as head coach, doesn’t think his team will have a target on its back at the state tournament. “Like last year, I think we are under the radar of other teams,” Brooks said.

Balanced scoring That could help the Red Devils make a run at state as well as their ability to have a balanced scoring attack and a solid stop-them-in-their-tracks defense that were both evident against Shorewood Christian on Friday night. “Our balanced scoring helps out a lot because a team can’t key on any of our players,” Brooks said. Neah Bay had three players in double figures with Titus

Preps Pascua leading the way with 17, Michael Dulik swishing in 15 and Zeke Greene adding 11 with 4 of 5 shooting from the field.

Defense is key But it’s the defense that makes the Red Devils go. “Our defense has been outstanding all year,” Brooks said. Neah Bay put the clamps on Shorewood’s tall point guard, Jordan King. “He’s the key to their offense,” Brooks said. Zeke Greene played solid defense on King, holding him to five points on 1 for 5 shooting from the field and 1 for 2 in 3-pointers. “Zeke did an outstanding job on him, not letting him get into his rhythm,” Brooks said.

Looking up at point The point guard wasn’t easy to guard because of his height, 6-foot-4 or 6-5, according to Brooks. Another player tough to guard was 6-6 center Kyle Howell, who was held to eight points on 4 of 9 shooting from the field. “This was the tallest team we have played all year,” Brooks said. It helped that both King and Howell fouled out. King went to the bench for good late in the third quarter. Kyle Lorenz led Shorewood with 13 points while Micah Lorenz had nine. TURN

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Neah Bay’s Josiah Greene puts up a shot against Shorewood Christian in regionals.

PA girls dominate all-Olympic League Kiah Jones makes 2012 MVP honors PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

Port Angeles dominated the girls basketball all-Olympic League honors while Sequim’s Big Three were selected to the boys basketball first and second teams. The Roughriders, the Olympic League runners-up on the girls side, grabbed MVP and coach of the year awards as well as having six named to the list. League champion Kingston had four receive all-league honors, including two on the first

team. Senior Kiah Jones was voted MVP while Michael Poindexter made coach of the year honors. Sophomore Krista Johnson made the second team for Port Angeles while receiving honorable mention were seniors Kathryn Moseley and Paxton Rodocker, junior Mariah Frazier and sophomore Maddy Hinrichs. Port Townsend, the lone 1A team in the mostly 2A league, had two players earning honors, including senior Kiley Maag on the second team and junor Irina Lyons as an honorable mention. Olympic won the sportsmanship award for girls while players making the first team were

Bremerton seniors Jalen and Kourtney Carpenter, Olympic junior Ashli Payne and senior Jalyn Halstead, and Kingston senior Maggie Snaza and junior Amanda Carper. On the boys side, Sequim senior Corbin Webb was named to the first team while junior teammates Jayson Brocklesby and Gabe Carter made it on the second time. The three players were nicknamed the Big Three by Port Angeles coach Wes Armstrong because they spearheaded Sequim’s powerful three-prong offensive attack during the season. Sequim senior Evan Hill was

an honorable mention. Making the first team for Port Angeles was senior Hayden McCartney while receiving honorable mention were seniors Cameron Braithwaite and Keenen Walker. Port Townsend junior Kyle Kelly, who led the Redskins this year, wan an honorable mention. The Redskins won the team sportsmanship award while Kingston’s Sam Byers was voted the league MVP. Others making the first team were Olympic senior Trent Gallagher and junior Quentin Phillips, Kingston junior K.T. Deam and Klahowya senior Clark Rose.


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Golf PENINSULA GOLF CLUB Men’s Club Competition Sub Par One Hole Each Nine Thursday Individual Gross: Gary Thorne, 69; Mike DuPuis, 70; Rick Parkhurst, 72. Individual Net: Eric Kovatch, 62; Larry Bourm, 64; Gene Norton, 64; Kit Metcalf, 66; Joe Tweter, 66; Dave Boerigter, 66. Team Gross: Gary Thorne and Mike DuPuis, 66; Gary Thorne and Rob Botero, 67. Team Net: Eric Kovatch and Steve Colvin, 58; Gene Norton and Dave Boerigter, 59; Jeff Colvin and Steve Colvin, 60; Larry Bourm and Joe Tweter, 61; Eric Kovatch and Jeff Colvin, 61; Bill Pampell and Jack Munro, 62; Herb Renner and Ev Tozier, 62; Steve Colvin and Win Miller, 62; Kit Metcalf and Gary McLaughlin, 62. Men’s Club Competition Better Nine Tuesday Individual Gross: Rick Parkhurst, 37. Individual Net: Steve Main, 33.5; Gene Norton, 34.5; Gene Middleton, 33. Team Gross: Rick Parkhurst and Steve Main, 72. Team Net: Larry Aillaud and Steve Main, 66. Winter League Feb. 14 — Week 22 Team Points 1. Golf Shop Guys 127 2. Triggs Dental Lab No. 1 123.5 3. Windermere 106.5 4. Taylor Made Construction 97.5 5. Green Machine 94.5 6. Glass Services 94 7. The Brew Crew 75.5 8. Triggs Dental Lab No. 2 69.5 9. Team Fireball 43.5 Individual Gross: Rob Botero, 34; Mike DuPuis, 37; Gary Thorne, 38. Individual Net: Gary Abrams, 32; Mike Payton, 32; Kui Solomon, 34; Kevin Gallacci, 34; Deke Temres, 35; Mark Mast, 35; Dave Wahlstein, 35; Rany Barber, 35; Joe Trailer, 35. The Cedars At Dungeness Men’s Club Best 16 Holes Feb. 16 First Flight Gross: Brian Anderson, 66. Net: Warren Cortez, 61; Robert Mares, 63. Second Flight Gross: K.O. Johnson, 71. Net: Kris Lether, 56; Steve Lewis, 60. Third Flight Gross: George Switzer, 80. Net: Ed Fjerstad, 61; James Engel, 62. Closest to Pin No. 4 Low Division: Brian Anderson, 1 ft. 11 in. High Division: Gary Williams, 5 ft. 11 in. No. 11 Low Division: Arni Fredrickson, 18 ft. 1 in. High Division: George Switzer, 16 ft. 2 in. No. 8 Open: Brian McArdle, 13 ft. 8 in. The Cedars At Dungeness Men’s Club Diehard Duo 1. Sid Krumpe and Dave Yasumura; 2. Tim Lane and Jim Engel; 3. Warren Cortez and Robert Purser tied with Gary Williams and Richard Hansen.

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Bowling LAUREL LANES Wednesday Lakeside Big Four Men’s high game: Jeff Edwards, 276; men’s high series: Jeff Edwards, 758. Leading team: Four Asfaults. Birch’s Molar Bowlers Men’s high game: Ken McInnes and John Dewey, 204; men’s high series: George Hamlin, 576. Women’s high game: Gladys Kemp, 187; women’s high series: Gladys Kemp, 552. Leading team: Mountaineers. Monday Monday Night Mix Men’s high game: Jim Hoffman, 214; men’s high series: Jim Hoffman, 584. Women’s high game: Nancy VanWinkle, 218; women’s high series: Nancy VanWinkle, 587. Les Schwab Mixed Majors Men’s high game: John Glass, 258; men’s high series: John Glass, 674. Women’s high game: Louise Demetriff, 192; women’s high series: Louise Demetriff, 543. Leading team: Red Carpet/Sunrise Car Wash. Baxter Auto Parts Old Timers Men’s high game: Jay Cameron, 216; men’s high series: Bob Thompson, 614. Women’s high game: Joan Wright, 166; women’s high series: Joan Wright, 423. Feb. 17 Seven Cedars Mixed Men’s high game: Steve Monger, 246; men’s high series: Steve Monger, 655. Women’s high game: Rita Berson, 224; women’s high series: Rita Berson, 603. Leading team: Seahawk Nation. Longhouse Market Men’s high game: Bob Gunn, 234; men’s high series: Bob Gunn, 645. Women’s high game: Linda Chansky, 191; women’s high series: Linda Chansky, 544 Leading team: Cholen’a Jewels. Feb. 16 Sequim Olympic Lanes Thursday 9-Pin No-Tap Men’s high game: Travis Darting, 278; men’s high series: Cliff Silliman, 746. Women’s high game: Lynda Everett, 224; women’s high series: Ginny Bowling, 631. Feb. 15 First Federal Senior Snipers Men’s high game: Jim Getchman, 200; men’s high series: Jay Cameron, 557. Women’s high game: Jean Henderson, 164; women’s high series: Chris Getchman, 422. Leading team: Muzzle Loaders. Les Schwab Mixed Men’s high game: Travis Darting, 203; men’s high series: Travis Darting, 579. Women’s high game: Hallie Walsh, 130; women’s high series: Hallie Walsh, 355.

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Evidently, nothing stops the Lake Effect Half-Marathon in Syracuse, N.Y., at Onondaga Lake Park. Dick Searing, left, helps pace a runner before the start of the foot race Saturday.

Basketball Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Adult Standings through Saturday Team W L Next Door/Blue Sharks 11 1 Langston Services 10 1 Seven Cedars Casino 10 2 Anytime Fitnesss P.A. 8 4 PA Swimmin Hole 8 5 Elwha Recreation 7 6 Cougars 3 10 Gray Motors 2 10 Northwest Builders 2 11 Peninsula College 1 12 Thursday Results Next Door Gastropub/Blue Sharks, 96; Gray Motors, 49. High scorers ND: Colin Anderson, 26; David Martin, 25. GM: Justin Antioquia, 23; Kelly Flanagan, 7. Wednesday Results Anytime Fitness 87; Northwest Builders 83. High scorers AF: Lance Scott, 31; John Textor, 17. NB: Jakoba Square, 27; Darren Mills, 22. Seven Cedars Casino, 114; Elwha Recreation Racks On Racks, 76. High scorers SC: Sten Christiansen, 35; Jim Halberg, 22. ER: Danny Angulo, 23; Richard Albaugh, 17. Tuesday Results Langston Professional Service, 65; Cougars 52. High scorers LS: James Loe, 19; Ken Fredrickson, 12. C: Eddie Opbutto, 24; Zak Greene, 11. P.A. Swimmin Hole and Fireplace Shop 112; Peninsula College, 90. High scorers PA: Anthony Williams, 34; Phillip Jackson, 24. PC: Dustin Walsh, 26; Jesse Judd, 25.

Volleyball Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Coed Wednesday Results Purple Division Playoffs Hutchinson Construction defeated Higher Grounds/Dual Clean Service 25-13; 25-19; 15-10. Higher Grounds/Dual Clean Service defeated Hutchinson Construction 25-18; 27-25. Zbaraschuk Dental Care defeated Nuts & Honey 25-19; 25-17. Nuts & Honey defeated Zbaraschuk Dental Care 25-18; 25-20; 15-11. Tuesday Results Gold Division Playoffs DA Davidson defeated Fitness West 25-23. Fitness West defeated DA Davidson 25-20; 25-10. Serena’s Spikers defeated Zak’s 25-20; 25-22; 25-15. Zak’s defeated Serena’s Spikers 25-21.

Prep Sports Olympic League Basketball Girls All League 2011-2012 Coach of the Year: Michael Poindexter (PA). Most Valuable Player: Kiah Jones (PAHS). Sportsmanship: Olympic. First Team 1. Jalen Carpenter BHS; 2. Ashli Payne (OHS); 3. Kourtney Carpenter (BHS); 4. Maggie Snaza (KHS); 5. Jalyn Halstead (OHS); 5. Amanda Carper (KHS). Second Team 6. Sawyer Kluge (BHS); 7. Savannah Quitevis (OHS); 8. Rebecca Baugh (NKHS); 9. Krista Johnson (PAHS); 10. Kiley Maag (PTHS). Honorable Mention: Lindsey Wicklein; Katelyn Carper (KHS); Lexi Simmons (NKHS); Kori Holt, Tracy Landrum; Elise Peterson (KSS); Mariah Frazier; Madison Hinrichs, Kathryn Moseley; Paxton Rodocker (PAHS); Jennifer Hicks, Julie Johnson(NMHS); Irina Lyons (PTHS).

Boys All League 2011-2012 Coach of the Year: Blake Conley. Most Valuable Player: Sam Byers (KHS). Team Sportsmanship: Port Townsend. First Team 1. Trent Gallagher (OHS); 2. Hayden McCartney (PAHS); 3. Quetin Phillps (OHS); 4. Corbin Webb (SQHS); 5. K.. Deam (KHS); 5. Clark Rosde (KSS). Second Team 6. Marshall Stevens (BHS); 7. Jason Brocklesby (SQHS); 8. Gabe Carter (SQHS); 9. Richie Sarder (KHS); 10. Andrew Shadle (BHS). Honorable Mention Cody Combs (KHS); C.J. Encomienda (OHS); Cameron Braithwate, Keenan Walker (PAHS); Evan Hill (SQHS); Tim Pounds, Mikey Lawrence (BHS); Kyle Kelly (PTHS); Anthony Price (NMHS); Mitch Flowers, Josh Ganowski (KSS).

Alex White scored 38 points for Queen of Angels.

College Basketball Friday EAST Cornell 69, Brown 63 Harvard 67, Princeton 64 Iona 77, Fairfield 72 Manhattan 90, Canisius 77 Marquette 61, West Virginia 60 Niagara 59, St. Peter’s 56 Penn 57, Dartmouth 54 Rider 83, Loyola (Md.) 79 Yale 75, Columbia 67 SOUTH North Florida 70, Jacksonville 64 MIDWEST Valparaiso 71, Butler 59 FAR WEST Utah St. 67, Idaho 50

Basketball Playoffs Boys Friday’s Scores 2A District 5/6 First Round Toppenish 68, West Valley (Spokane) 62 Wapato 61, Medical Lake 44 Class 1A Regional Cascade Christian 54, Ridgefield 41 Cashmere 48, Seattle Academy 34 Kalama 61, Seattle Christian 52 Lynden Christian 50, Onalaska 43 Naches Valley 49, Colville 35 Okanogan 70, Granger 67 Toledo 43, Bellevue Christian 37 Zillah 60, King’s 49 Class 1B Regional Almira/Coulee-Hartline 61, Colton 55 King’s Way Christian School 60, Lummi 45 Moses Lake Christian Academy 63, Wellpinit 51 Mt. Rainier Lutheran 51, Mary Knight 42 Muckleshoot Tribal School 50, Taholah 43 Sunnyside Christian 53, Rosalia 44 Class 2A Regional Anacortes 63, River Ridge 54 Clover Park 71, Mark Morris 55 Kingston 74, Cedarcrest 73 Lindbergh 67, Squalicum 64, 2OT Lynden 66, Sumner 55 White River 56, North Thurston 37 Class 2B Regional Adna 71, Chief Leschi 45 Colfax 76, Oroville 38 Dayton 59, Riverside Christian 41 LaConner 67, Mossyrock 60 Lake Roosevelt 70, Waitsburg-Prescott 53 Northwest Christian (Colbert) 72, White Swan 64 Toutle Lake 76, Shoreline Christian 51 Wahkiakum 47, Bear Creek School 46 Class 3A Regional Kamiakin 58, Foss 54 Kennedy 73, Mercer Island 67 Lake Washington 51, Wilson 40 Mountlake Terrace 77, Decatur 62 O’Dea 67, Lincoln 48 Rainier Beach 87, Glacier Peak 51 Seattle Prep 64, Mountain View 39 University 95, Kennewick 81 Class 4A Regional Bellarmine Prep 75, Snohomish 54 Bothell 63, Olympia 54 Central Valley 76, Richland 63 Davis 69, Evergreen (Vancouver) 46 Garfield 63, Kentwood 59 Jackson 50, Federal Way 45 Mt. Rainier 82, Issaquah 72 Union 58, Curtis 47 GIRLS 2A District 5/6 First Round Ephrata 50, Cheney 48 Wapato 61, Pullman 41

Middle School Basketball Friday results Queen of Angels 46; Crescent 19.

Hockey NHL Standings WESTERN CONFERENCE Pacific Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Phoenix 62 32 21 9 73 164 155 San Jose 59 32 20 7 71 172 149 Dallas 62 32 26 4 68 162 169 Los Angeles 61 27 22 12 66 129 135 Anaheim 61 26 25 10 62 157 173 Northwest Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Vancouver 62 40 16 6 86 201 151 Calgary 61 28 23 10 66 146 165 Colorado 62 31 27 4 66 160 169 Minnesota 61 27 25 9 63 135 160 Edmonton 61 24 31 6 54 162 181 Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Detroit 62 41 18 3 85 194 145 St. Louis 62 38 17 7 83 158 125 Nashville 61 35 19 7 77 170 158 Chicago 62 33 22 7 73 192 182 Columbus 61 18 36 7 43 142 203 EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA N.Y. Rangers 59 38 15 6 82 164 122 Pittsburgh 61 35 21 5 75 194 161 New Jersey 60 35 21 4 74 169 164 Philadelphia 60 33 20 7 73 198 183 N.Y. Islanders 61 26 27 8 60 144 179 Northeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Boston 59 36 20 3 75 195 136 Ottawa 62 32 22 8 72 190 185 Toronto 61 29 25 7 65 182 186 Buffalo 61 27 27 7 61 152 177 Montreal 62 24 28 10 58 161 171 Southeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Winnipeg 64 30 26 8 68 163 181 Florida 59 27 20 12 66 146 165 Washington 61 30 26 5 65 165 174 Tampa Bay 61 27 28 6 60 170 209 Carolina 61 23 26 12 58 160 184 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Friday’s Games N.Y. Islanders 4, N.Y. Rangers 3, SO Buffalo 2, Boston 1, SO Vancouver 2, New Jersey 1 Washington 4, Montreal 1 Colorado 5, Columbus 0 Dallas 4, Minnesota 1 Saturday’s Games St. Louis 3, Winnipeg 2, SO Pittsburgh 8, Tampa Bay 1 Phoenix 3, Edmonton 1 Washington at Toronto, late Boston at Ottawa, late Buffalo at N.Y. Rangers, late Florida at Carolina, late Colorado at Detroit, late Chicago at Los Angeles, late San Jose at Nashville, late

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Today 6 a.m. (47) GOLF WGCAccenture, Match Play, Championship, Final Day, Site: Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Marana, Arizona (Live) 7:30 a.m. (31) TNT Basketball NBA, All-Star Saturday Night (encore), Site: Amway Center - Orlando, Fla. 9 a,m. (13) KCPQ Auto Racing NASCAR, Daytona 500, Sprint Cup Series, Site: Daytona International Speedway - Daytona Beach, Fla. (Live) 10 a.m. (26) ESPN Basketball NCAA, Indiana vs. Minnesota, Big-10 Wild Card (Live) 10 a.m. (25) ROOT Women’s Basketball NCAA, Central Florida vs. Houston (Live) 10:30 a.m. (47) GOLF LPGA, Women’s Champions, Final Round, Site: Tanah Merah Country Club Tanah Merah, Singapore 11 a.m. (5) KING Golf WGC- Accenture, Match Play, Championship, Final Round, Site: Ritz-Carlton Golf Club - Marana, Arizona (Live) 11 a.m. (7) KIRO Basketball NCAA, Pittsburgh vs. Louisville (Live) Noon (26) ESPN Bowling PBA, U.S. Open - North Brunswick, N.J. (Live) Noon (27) ESPN2 Women’s Basketball NCAA, Duke vs. North Carolina Women’s (Live) Noon (25) ROOT Women’s Basketball NCAA, Washington State vs. Washington (Live) 12:30 p.m. (8) GBLBC Golf WGC- Accenture, Match Play, Championship, Final Round, Site: Ritz-Carlton Golf Club - Marana, Arizona (Live) 1 p.m. (7) KIRO Basketball NCAA, Wisconsin vs. Ohio State, Big-10 Wild Card (Live) 1:30 p.m. (26) ESPN Football NCAA, All-Star Challenge - Indianapolis, Ind. 2 p.m. (27) ESPN2 Women’s Basketball NCAA, LSU vs. Georgia (Live) 2:30 p.m. (25) ROOT Basketball NCAA, California vs. Colorado (Live) 4 p.m. (47) GOLF PGA, Mayakoba Classic, Final Round, Site: El Camaleon Golf Club - Riviera Maya, Mexico 4:30 p.m. (25) ROOT Basketball NCAA, Oregon vs. Oregon State (Live) 4:30 p.m. (31) TNT Basketball NBA, All-Star Game, Site: Amway Center Orlando, Fla. (Live)

Philadelphia at Calgary, late Today’s Games Tampa Bay at New Jersey, 10 a.m. Columbus at Pittsburgh, 10 a.m. Vancouver at Dallas, noon N.Y. Islanders at Ottawa, 2 p.m. Montreal at Florida, 2 p.m. San Jose at Minnesota, 3 p.m. Chicago at Anaheim, 4 p.m. Monday’s Games New Jersey at N.Y. Rangers, 4:30 p.m. Los Angeles at Nashville, 5 p.m. Edmonton at Winnipeg, 5:30 p.m. Anaheim at Colorado, 6 p.m. St. Louis at Calgary, 6 p.m.

Transactions Baseball National League Houston Astros: Agreed to terms with RHP Rhiner Cruz, RHP Aneury Rodriguez and RHP Kyle Weiland on one-year contracts. North American League Mcallen Thunder: Re-signed LHP Frank James and P Bryan Smith.

Hockey National Hockey League Columbus Blue Jackets: Assigned D David Savard to Springfield (AHL). Florida Panthers: Reassigned RW Michal Repik to San Antonio (AHL). New Jersey Devils: Waived LW Eric Boulton. Assigned D Peter Harrold to Albany (AHL). New York Rangers: Reassigned D Blake Parlett from Connecticut (AHL) to Greenville (ECHL). Traded F Wojtek Wolski to Florida for D Michael Vernace and a 2013 third-round draft pick.

Basketball National Basketball Association

Football National Football League Houston Texans: Named Karl Dorrell quarterbacks coach. Seattle Seahawks: Signed OL Breno Giacomini to a two-year contract extension.


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Braun: ‘The truth is on my side’ The National’s MVP starts spring practice BY TOM WITHERS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

PHOENIX — His voice self-assured, Ryan Braun stood a few feet from the batter’s box and hit back at those who he feels tarnished his name and image. The NL MVP insisted Friday that he always believed his 50-game suspension for a positive drug test would be overturned and that he would be able to suit up opening day along with Milwaukee teammates who never doubted him. “We won,” he said with conviction, “because the truth is on my side. The truth is always relevant, and at the end of the day, the truth prevailed.” Less than 24 hours after Braun’s suspension was overturned by an arbitrator, a decision that irritated Major League Baseball officials, the star outfielder was back with the Brewers. With many of his teammates, all in full uniform, sitting in the stands of Maryvale Baseball Park, Braun confidently professed his innocence while questioning the system that allowed him to be suspended for failing a test he took following a playoff game on Oct. 1.

Successful challenge Now he is the first major league player to successfully challenge a drugrelated penalty in a grievance, ending a four-month personal “nightmare.” “There were a lot of times where I wanted to come out and tell the entire story, attack everybody as I’ve been attacked as my name has been dragged through the mud as everything in my entire life has been called into question,” Braun said. “I wanted to come out and tell the entire story, but

at the end of the day I recognize what is best for the game of baseball. “I can’t ever get that time in my life back.” Smartly dressed in a blue pullover and jeans, the 28-year-old outfielder walked slowly down the right-field line to a podium set up near home plate to address the lifting of his suspension. With about 30 reporters on hand and the sun beating down, Braun spent 13 minutes recapping an episode he called “the biggest challenge I have faced in my life.”

Prepared and poised Braun rarely looked at his notes while laying out a detailed timeline of events that led to his suspension. He was poised and prepared as he took the first steps in trying to repair his reputation. Soon after thanking teammates and fans, Braun expressed disappointment that the confidentiality of his urine test was broken and information leaked. ESPN first reported his failed test for a high testosterone level in October. Braun, who batted .332 with 33 homers and 111 RBIs last year while leading the Brewers to the Central Division title, called some reports he did not single out “inaccurate, erroneous and completely fabricated.” Braun learned on Oct. 19 that his sample tested “three times” the level of any previous specimen, a fact that both startled and confused him. He said he began “a humanistic” defense by showing documentation he never gained a pound, his running times did not improve and he didn’t get any stronger. “I truly believe in my

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Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun, center, touches knuckles with a fan as teammate Rickie Weeks, left, looks on as they make their way to to a practice field during spring training on Saturday in Phoenix. heart and I would bet my life that this substance never entered my body at any point,” he said. Braun cited a possible “chain of custody” problem with his sample.

Violation of rules He said the urine test he provided on Oct. 1, when the Brewers opened the playoffs, was not delivered to Federal Express until Oct. 3. Baseball’s drug agreement calls for samples to be delivered to FedEx on the same day they are collected. Braun did not rule out the chance that someone may have tampered with his sample. “I honestly don’t know what happened to it for that 44-hour period,” he said. “There are a lot of differ-

ent things that could have possibly happened. “There are a lot of things that we heard about the collection process, the collector and some other people involved in the process that have been concerning to us. “But as I’ve dealt with the situation, I know what it’s like to be wrongly accused of something, so for me to wrongly accuse somebody wouldn’t help.” Braun said he was a “victim” of a “fatally flawed” testing system and that there is an inherent presumed guilt within the process. “As players, we’re held to a standard of 100 percent perfection regarding the program, and everybody else associated with that program should be held to the same standard,” he said.

“We’re a part of a process where you’re 100 percent guilty until proven innocent. It’s the opposite of the American judicial system. “This is my livelihood. This is my integrity. This is my character. This is everything I have ever worked for in my life being called into question. We need to make sure we get it right. “If you’re going to be in a position where you’re 100 percent guilty until innocent, you can’t mess up.” Soon after Braun’s news conference, MLB and the players’ association each released statements defending the testing program. And the head of the World Anti-Doping Agency, David Howman, said that under his agency’s rules, Braun still would have had to show that the departure

from the rules was related to the test result. “Our program is not ‘fatally flawed,’” MLB executive vice president Rob Manfred said. “Changes will be made promptly to clarify the instructions provided to collectors regarding when samples should be delivered to FedEx based on the arbitrator’s decision. Neither Mr. Braun nor the MLBPA contended in the grievance that his sample had been tampered with or produced any evidence of tampering.” Arbitrator Shyam Das threw out Braun’s ban on Thursday. Das, who has been baseball’s independent arbitrator since 2000, informed the sides of his decision but did not give them a written opinion.

Hamilton hopes latest relapse was final one BY JANIE MCCAULEY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SURPRISE, Ariz. — Slugger Josh Hamilton openly acknowledges he’ll be an addict for life. As far as slip-ups are concerned, he prays they will be few and far between along his path to sobriety. And pray is truly what the Texas star does. Every day. Especially since an alcohol relapse last month. Hamilton hopes he is done for good discussing the incident and there won’t be any more mistakes down the line to derail his progress. “You know what, I’ve got a lot of weaknesses, guys,” Hamilton said recently. “For me it’s communication. I’m on all the time. A lot of these guys are. When you get home it’s very easy to shut down, therefore your relationship with your wife, your relationship with your kids suffers from that because you want to go to shut-down mode. “It’s about me being able to open up all the time and realizing my commitment needs to be to them first rather than everybody else. The priorities there need to be flipped.”

In better place Hamilton insists he’s in a much better place emotionally and spiritually just in the past three weeks. He has apologized and shown remorse for his Jan. 30 dinner in Dallas during which he had several drinks and continued drinking later that night. It was the second known relapse with alcohol in the past three years for the recovering drug addict. “I don’t like continuing to make mistakes, it jumps

up and bites me,” he said, noting he needs to take back control of his choices and actions. The 2010 AL MVP heads into spring training with the two-time reigning AL champion Rangers encouraged since beginning both solo counseling and sessions with his wife. In a nearly 37-minute news conference outside the clubhouse Friday, Hamilton held a stack of notes and a Bible, recited a half-dozen verses that have influenced him recently and said he will no longer throw a “Band-Aid” over his addiction and communication issues but rather look for a long-term solution. “Don’t get me wrong, this is going to be an ongoing process until the day I die,” Hamilton said. “So it’s never going to stop. The relationships in my house with my kids, my wife, all those things, have gotten 100 times better just in three weeks. I see where I want to be.”

No extension talks He said he also understands why the Rangers have tabled talks about a contract extension. Hamilton described negotiations as “on hold” and said his unsettled status won’t be addressed during the season. Hamilton, who is eligible for free agency after this season, said it’s up to the front office to decide whether he deserves a longterm contract. “I hate that this happened. They knew the risks from the time they took me in ‘08,” Hamilton said. “I’ve done a lot of good here, and they’ve been good to me, too. There’s always

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Texas Rangers’ Josh Hamilton speaks to reporters before the baseball team’s practice at their facility in Surprise, Ariz. ways to work things out. You know what, I’m not stressing over a long-term contract because I know I’ll be playing baseball. “Put it this way, I’m not going to jump at the first thing offered. I’m not in a situation, ‘No, I feel like this might happen to me, I better get what I can get when I can get it.’ “I don’t feel that way. I feel very confident in my sobriety, I feel very confident in my relationship with Christ and my family supporting me, and the Rangers supporting me. They’ve been there for a

while. It’s been good.”

No ‘shutting down’ Hamilton is making a conscious effort not to “shut down” once he leaves work and returns home to wife, Katie, and the couple’s two daughters. That starts with communication and identifying when he might be headed toward that mode, he said. Teammate Ian Kinsler was with Hamilton on that Jan. 30 night but has said he didn’t see him drink. “We seem to have offthe-field issues every two

months,” Kinsler said Friday. “I’m worried about supporting Josh in this whole thing. Right now, it’s pretty much behind both of us, pretty much behind our team. “We’ve dealt with things like this in the past and it’s really been no problem. As far as people’s opinions, that’s something we can’t control. We’ll support Josh as best we can.” Manager Ron Washington hasn’t noticed anything different from the “happygo-lucky” Hamilton, who

has mingled with fans near the practice fields outside Surprise Stadium signing autographs. “When you have setbacks, that’s human nature,” Washington said. “With his addiction, relapse is part of recovery. We supported him since the day he got here and we’ll support him until the day he’s no longer a Texas Ranger, if ever.” The four-time All-Star said he would address his teammates in a meeting at some point and ask them for continued support.


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NBA: Lin a minor show at All-Star event CONTINUED FROM B1 He was asked if there was anything that could stop the undrafted guard from Harvard. “Uh, he hasn’t gone up against the Great Wall of Orlando yet,” Howard said. This wall may be moveable. The Magic have given Howard’s agent permission to discuss deals with the Nets, Lakers and Dallas Mavericks, and there was plenty of speculation he could be dealt even before the season began, just as Chris Paul was. That would have created an awkward All-Star reunion. Howard literally towers over this city, his face pictured on billboards overlooking the interstate and on a giant Adidas ad high atop the outside of the Amway Center.

Tourist region This region caters to visitors, but didn’t have to consider how it would have welcomed Howard. “I’m here, so it doesn’t matter what would’ve or should’ve happened,” he said. “But you know I’m here and we want to have a great time. I’m looking forward to all the events and showing everybody my city.” With its new arena in just its second season,

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Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Durant, center, prepares to shoot during practice for the NBA AllStar basketball game Saturday in Orlando, Fla. The games starts today at 4:30 p.m. Orlando is hosting the AllStar game for the first time since 1992, one of the NBA’s most memorable. Magic Johnson won MVP honors only a few months following his retirement after contracting the HIV virus. Even Shaquille O’Neal, who has been critical of

Howard in the past, says he hopes the MVP this time goes to Howard. O’Neal started his career with the Magic before bolting as a free agent, and he said recently it would be a “travesty” if Howard leaves. If fans fear Howard following Shaq’s path, he said

they never tell him. “Whatever you decide to do, we’re behind you 100 percent,” they say, according to Howard. “They’ve been great,” Howard added. “Despite what people may say or think, the fans here have always been great to me. I really appre-

ciate it. “They’ve showed me nothing but love from Day 1 and I’ve done the same thing. This city means a lot to me.” Howard said he was looking forward to playing this weekend with James, Anthony and Dwyane Wade, who join league

MVP Derrick Rose in the powerful Eastern Conference starting lineup. The West is an L.A. story, with Kobe Bryant and Andrew Bynum of the Lakers joining the Clippers’ Paul and Blake Griffin. Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant rounds out the first five. The All-Star weekend would have been in jeopardy had the lockout lasted much longer. An agreement was reached during Thanksgiving weekend and the season opened on Christmas, allowing for a 66-game schedule. The play has been sloppy and injuries have piled up as players navigate a schedule that forced them to play on three straight nights for the first time since 1999, following the last work stoppage. All the All-Stars said they were eager to be here, even though many probably would benefit from the rest. And Wade said ugly play won’t be a problem Sunday night. “I think Sunday is going to be great,” he said. “I think players are obviously with all these games, the body is feeling a little certain way right now. “We’re going to enjoying this break, but Sunday’s going to be just competitive. It’s going to be exciting for the fans to watch.”

Buescher dodges wreck to win Daytona BY JENNA FRYER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Only six of 43 cars made it unscathed to the finish line of the Nationwide Series opener at Daytona International Speedway. James Buescher was not driving one of those clean cars. Still, he managed to dodge and weave his way through an 11-car accident on the last lap of Saturday’s race, stealing the victory and setting the stage for what’s expected to be a wild Daytona 500. Buescher joined unknown John King, winner of Friday night’s Truck Series opener, as surprise winners this weekend at Daytona. Both came from nowhere to win crash-marred races. Elliott Sadler, runner-up to Buescher on Saturday, said Sunday’s race will be much of the same. “It’s the Daytona 500. It’s a once in a lifetime race to be involved in and try to win, and I think guys are going to go for it when it’s showtime,” Sadler said. “I think guys will be patient the first part of the race, test their cars, just like you saw today. When it gets time to go, crazy things happen.” Buescher was in 11th place as he rounded the final turn and made his way through a massive pack of spinning race cars. “They all piled up in front of me, and we made it

through,” Buescher said. “It’s hard to describe the feeling when you make it through the wreck and you’re the only guy. You don’t see anybody in front of you coming to the checkered flag. It’s pretty incredible.” It was a mess behind him. The accident, the third multi-car wreck in the waning laps, appeared to start as the tandem of Tony Stewart and Sadler charged to the top of the track to make a three-wide pack among the leaders. Kurt Busch was leading on the bottom of the track with younger brother, Kyle, pushing, and Kurt Busch seemed to start sliding up the surface in an attempt to block the huge run on the outside. Joey Logano was being pushed through the middle by defending Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne, and all four cars drifted higher into Stewart, winner of the last four Nationwide openers here, who was pinched into the wall. That triggered a chainreaction crash that had many worried about the safety of the drivers involved. “We got a big run on the outside, and all of a sudden the door got slammed on us,” said Stewart, NASCAR’s defending Sprint Cup champion. “I don’t know why whoever it was turned right, but it wasn’t a very good time to either try blocking or mov-

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Sam Hornish Jr. (12) spins out during a crash in the NASCAR Nationwide Drive4COPD 300 auto race in Daytona Beach, Fla., on Saturday. ing.” Kurt Busch admitted he tried to “crowd the outside lane.” “Didn’t know that there were two cars up there. I thought it was just a single lane,” he said. “I was trying to side draft to get the best finish I could at the end. Everybody was racing to the end. Man, a lot of tore-up cars. That’s just everybody full throttle at the end.” There was initial concern for his younger brother, Kyle, who appeared to clear the wreck but was hooked by defending Nationwide champion Ricky Stenhouse Jr. The contact sent Kyle

Busch straight into the wall. “I don’t even know where to start. I don’t even know what happened,” Kyle Busch said. “I thought we had the race won. Then those guys were coming on the top, and I thought, ‘We’ll see where we settled in here.’ “When they all crashed up high, I was clear. I shot as low as I could, and somebody tagged me in the back and hooked me dead right. “It was a really, really hard hit, and there were a few more after that. It seemed like they kept coming. “I swore when they all went up high. I was the

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Lake Aldwell, which is pictured Aug. 29, 2010, covered 240 acres, had an average depth of 28 feet and a maximum depth of 94 feet.

The former Lake Aldwell is now a barren landscape, as this photo taken Feb. 19 shows.

removal of the two dams on the Elwha River (connect to the webcams via the Peninsula Daily PORT ANGELES — A Sequim News’ home page on the Web, filmmaker exploring the Elwha www.peninsuladailynews.com). River dams’ deconstruction disWithout a ground-level perspeccovered a new and muddy world tive, the eroded cliffs at the river’s of huge tree stumps emerging delta could be 2 feet high or 20 feet from what was Lake Aldwell. high, and the stumps could be There is little sense of scale when looking at aerial pictures of from saplings or old-growth giants. Documentary filmmaker and the area, or when you access the Olympic National Park webcams, photographer John Gussman, a Sequim resident who has which are set up so the public can watch the progress of the explored the Elwha River for 33 BY ARWYN RICE

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years, has been working passionately on a self-funded video about the $325 million restoration project to return the river to its wild state. Removal of the Glines Canyon Dam (which created Lake Mills) and the Elwha Dam (the lower dam that formed Lake Aldwell) began in September. Lake Aldwell is now almost gone, drained by the tear-down of its dam. Gussman hiked down to the muddy lake bed last Sunday.

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A massive stump towers over Cath Hickey, the wife of documentary filmmaker and photographer John Gussman, in the former Lake Aldwell.

His photographs reveal 15- to 20-foot-high cliffs in areas where the Elwha River’s powerful flow has almost completely removed the sediment next to areas that are nearly untouched. The new landscape includes swaths of original valley floor littered with the stumps of huge cedar and fir trees, some 8 feet high and 6 to 7 feet across. “That’s the power of cedar — all those stumps were buried in silt for all these years,” Gussman said. The trees were cut before the dam was built. One old-growth cedar stump showed evidence of a fire. Wreckage of an old rowboat was spotted on the valley floor that was once the middle of the lake. TURN

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An old rowboat was found in the muddy bottom of what was Lake Aldwell.

Lake: Old boat found CONTINUED FROM C1 Gussman said. An access road that once Once Gussman posted led to the lake’s boat ramp the photo of the boat, a man is still open, Gussman said. Five miles west of Port called him to say it was his boat, which he lost on Lake Angeles on U.S. Highway Aldwell in 1972, Gussman 101, turn north on Lake Aldwell Road and drive to said. “What surprised me was the parking area at the end, how shallow Lake Aldwell then walk to the delta. “Expect to get your feet was, and the sediment made it even shallower,� wet,� he said.

Lake Mills is not accessible. Gussman’s work can be seen at www.elwhafilm. com.

________ Reporter Arwyn Rice can be reached at 360-417-3535 or at arwyn.rice@peninsuladailynews. com. Managing/News Editor Leah Leach contributed to this story.

Briefly . . . Health care lecture set at PA college PORT ANGELES — Ira Stollak will talk about health care in developing and developed countries as part of a Peninsula College Studium Generale program. His presentation, “Live Free and Die: How Free Market Capitalism Is Killing Us,� will be held in the Little Theater, 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., at 12:35 p.m. Thursday. Stollak, a former Peninsula College English instructor who has a master’s degree in public health, said he will talk about the connection between inequality and poor health, how other countries have escaped this situation and what residents in the United States can do about it. Stollak has lived on the North Olympic Peninsula since 1975. For many years, he ran programs for at-risk youths while also teaching

at Peninsula College. In 2002, his life took a new direction when he joined the Peace Corps and spent two years working and living in Central America, working for nongovernmental organizations in the fight against HIV. When his term with the Peace Corps was over, Stollak returned to graduate school at the University of Washington and earned a his master’s degree. He has worked on public health issues in Alaska, Liberia, Haiti, Bolivia and Guatemala.

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PORT ANGELES — Nineteen Port Angeles High School Future Business Leaders of America members recently qualified for the state competition after competing at the Peninsula Region Winter Conference at Bainbridge High School. The State Business Leadership Conference will be held in Seattle in April, said co-advisers Bernie Brabant and Rachael Ward.

Regional event Students’ names are listed with their placement in events at the regional competition: ■ Heather Kaufmann: Second in accounting I. ■ Katlyn Bolewicki, Ben Freilich and Matt Witczak: Third in banking and financial systems. ■ Andrew Horbochuk: Fifth in business law. ■ Grace Bell: Second in business math.

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Fifth in desktop publishing. ■ Tessa Kienholz: Fifth in desktop publishing. ■ Alette Lind: Fourth in future business leader. ■ Emma Acheson and Christina Costello: Fifth in global business team 1. ■ Grace Best: Fifth in help desk. ■ Annabelle Chesney: Fourth in impromptu speaking. ■ Shianne Richmon: Second in intro to parliamentary procedures. ■ Andrew Horbochuk: Fourth in intro to PORT ANGELES SCHOOL DISTRICT parliamentary procedures. ■ Nicolas Fritschler, Port Angeles High School Future Business Leaders of America recently competed at the Justin Moon and Matt Peninsula Region competition at Bainbridge High School. Nineteen students advanced to the Witczak: Fifth in managestate conference in Seattle on April 12-14. They are, front row from left, LaShana Daniels, Tessa ment decision-making team Kienholz, Alette Lind and Grace Best; second row from left, Mikayla DeBerry, Ciana DeBerry, 1. Emma Acheson and Annabelle Chesney; third row from left, Kendra Perszyk, Savannah Johnson, Katlyn Bolewicki, Maizey Starks, McKenna Young and Shailah Landes; and back row from left, Ben ■ Emma Acheson, Rowland, Ben Freilich, Andrew Horbochuk, Matt Witczak, Christina Costello, Casey Bailey, Kristina Ciana DeBerry and Lenning, Rachel Dorsey and Justin Moon. Alette Lind: Fifth in marketing team 1. ■ Nicholas Fritschler: ■ Ben Rowland: Third ■ Ben Freilich: Second ■ Rachel Dorsey: ■ Tessa Kienholz: Third in computer applica- First in computer problem- in computer problem-solv- in cyber security. Third in spreadsheet applitions. solving. ing. ■ Rachel Dorsey: cations.

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Elegant Flea Antique and Collectibles Sale has grown into one of the largest events of its kind on the North Olympic Peninsula. Visit the MAC website at PENINSULA DAILY NEWS www.macsequim.org or JOYCE — Crescent PORT TOWNSEND — phone 360-683-8110. School will hold its annual Thanks to a recent grant fashion show in the Cresfrom the Jefferson County cent School cafeteria, 50350 Bridal show Community Foundation’s PORT ANGELES — state Highway 112, on FriGifting the Future Giving Black Diamond Bridal, 109 day. Circle, students attending E. First St., will host a Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Port Townsend public Moonlight and Val Stefani Along with the latest schools soon will have spring fashions, there will be Trunk Show on Friday and access to city and county Saturday. a silent auction and a bake library collections. The event will showcase sale. The Giving Circle has a preview of the spring colAdmission is $6 for selected the Port Townsend lection as well as a sneak adults, $4 for students and Public Library Foundation peek into the new fall styles. for a $10,000 grant to crefree for youths 5 and The designers will be younger. ate an integrated network present to help assist brides- that will link the school Proceeds from the show will be used for senior schol- to-be in choosing their library collections with the future Moonlight or Val Ste- libraries in the Cooperative arships and to help finance the senior trip in June. fani bridal gown. Library Automated NetA cake vendor with bite- work — CLAN — system. size samples will be on hand Elegant Flea sale as well as food from a North CLAN network SEQUIM — The 37th Olympic Peninsula caterer. annual Elegant Flea CLAN consists of the All brides-to-be are welAntique and Collectibles Port Townsend Public come to this stress-free Sale will be held at the Library, Jefferson County Sequim Prairie Grange, 290 event, where an expert conLibrary and Brinnon and sultant will serve them in Macleay Road, from 9 a.m. Quilcene school libraries. choosing and fitting sample to 3 p.m. Friday and SaturStudents and faculty gowns. day. will have access to a large Brides-to-be also will be The event is an annual online catalog of books, able to discuss custom fundraiser for the Museum magazines, music and changes, as well as place & Arts Center in the DVDs instead of material orders. Sequim-Dungeness Valley. just in school libraries. Store hours vary dependIn keeping with the spirit By utilizing the existing of the event, vendors special- ing on the day. For store courier service between hours and appointment ize in pre-1965 merchandise CLAN libraries, materials times, phone 360-452-2354. or items made from vintage Peninsula Daily News can be delivered to Port materials. The wide variety of items for sale includes vintage ITSA 10 jewelry and glass, handAll this month & made knives, military medF450 One Pass als and pins, historical postcards and antique linens, hair care toys and furniture. products Longtime vendor Nurse on sale Nancy also will offer free doll appraisals and repair esti* Must mention this ad! mates. Lunch will be available for purchase both days. In the nearly four 125 W. First St. Port Angeles 417-8828 decades since it began, the

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Elusive ‘Aki’ makes hike trip’s highlight AKIAPOLA’AU. IN ANY language, that name is a mouthful and a challenge to pronounce. Even in Hawaii, the native home of this honeycreeper, it is commonly called Aki. On a recent trip to the Big Island, we went looking for this rare endemic Hawaiian species. It had been several years since our last field trip with Hawaii Forest & Trail, a nature-oriented outfit we have great confidence in. Our leader, Gary Dean, was determined to live up to its reputation. The elusive Aki was my personal target bird, but others in the group were hoping for other Hawaiian endemics. One of our friends was totally focused on seeing the beautiful bright-red I’iwi, another honeycreeper. Gary has been a guide with Forest & Trail for 10 years and was confident we would see both. He’s an expert when it comes to pointing out birds, even to those inexperienced with binoculars. His goal for the day was that everyone in the group would see

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the Hawaiian honeycreepers and more. The Big Island’s Saddle Road accesses the best birding locations on the island. Several popular sites are reached from this road, and we visited two

of them. Our 12-hour day included exploring both the dry and wet forests found on the slopes of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. The Saddle links the west and east sides of the island as it runs between these two volcanoes. It provides access to isolated remounts of native rain forest and dry forest. Both are home to Hawaii’s endemic birds. Honeycreepers, the native thrush, native wren and native hawk can be seen in these for-

ested “islands� that are surrounded by huge expanses of lava, both the sharp a’a and the smoother pahoehoe. To bird the rain forest where most of the birds could be found, we parked just off the highway and alongside a huge stretch of bare black lava. Off in the distance lay our goal. The rain forest island was at least 2 miles away (and 2 miles back), and shade didn’t exist. We donned packs holding our lunches, water, cameras and rain gear. It can rain anytime on Saddle. Then the trek began, and I was thankful for the walking sticks provided by Forest & Trail. Lava of any kind makes for miserable walking. The Akiapola’au is only found on the Big Island and above 4500 feet, in the ohia-koa forests on the slopes of Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea. This honeycreeper’s world population is fewer than 1500 birds. They are a beautiful olive green and bright yellow, but it is their bill that is special. Charles Darwin would have

loved this bird. Its lower mandible is half as long as the upper, and it is stout and straight. The bird uses it in the same way woodpeckers hammer trees when getting at grubs and insects. The upper mandible is very long, thin and decurved. After digging a hole, the Aki uses this curved pick to dig out what it has exposed. Aki have a melodious warble, but their call notes are easier to learn and recognize. Hearing them call is the best way to find this rare bird. We were lucky. A young Aki was in the forest and calling nonstop for its parents. We enjoyed great looks at this youngster and his attentive parents. This juvenile hatched last April, and the adults will probably “wean� it this March. Adult Akiapola’au care for their young for about a year, and even after they no longer feed their offspring, the family stays together. They may travel with other honeycreeper species the same way some our Northwestern birds do.

Everyone was lucky that day. One person in our party saw more i’iwi than she ever anticipated. Thanks to Gary’s persistence, everyone saw at least seven of Hawaii’s endemic birds. Prior to birding the rain forest, we birded for some time in a popular dry forest on the slope of Mauna Kea. Our goal was to see the palila, a finch-billed honeycreeper and the elepaio, a colorful flycatcher that resembles a wren. Numerous non-native species were seen on this trip, but the native birds were the highlight. Five honeycreepers, the native thrush, native flycatcher and native hawk added up to the best day of birding for the entire trip. We rested up for the next two days, but it was worth it. Thanks to Gary, Forest & Trail’s reputation remains intact.

________ Joan Carson’s column appears every Sunday. Contact her at P.O. Box 532, Poulsbo, WA 98370, with a self-addressed, stamped envelope for a reply. Email: joan pcarson@comcast.net.

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They do well in tanks where some areas are cooler and some are warmer —a range of 85 to 105 degrees by day, dipping into the 70s at night. You’ll also need special lighting, since these reptiles need UVB rays to properly absorb dietary calcium. A full-spectrum light should be provided 12 to 14 hours a day most of the year and 10 to 12 hours in the winter. Omnivores by nature, beardeds enjoy both plants and meat in their diet. Juveniles enjoy a carnivorous diet, while adults become primarily herbivores, enjoying a diet of dark, leafy vegetables and some fruit. All food given to the bearded should be shredded into easy-to-swallow, bite-size pieces. Insects should be given to adult beardeds two to three times per week (mainly crickets), but also mealworms, wax moth larvae and pinkie mice in limited amounts. Beardeds hit sexual maturity between 1 and 2 years of age, when females will start laying eggs, regardless of whether they’ve been mated. Veterinary care is minimal for pets who are being properly cared for. After purchase, your bearded should to be examined for health and parasites, with treatment for the latter if necessary. After that, annual examinations are recommended to help your veterinarian understand what’s “normal� for your pet so treatment can be more targeted if there’s a problem.

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cat to my current cat? — via email A: Having more than one cat is a popular option for many people, though not always for cats. But living with more than one cat doesn’t have to be contentious. The trick to domestic harmony for co-habiting felines is to introduce — or reintroduce — them slowly and carefully. Since the worst territorial spats are between cats who aren’t spayed or neutered, your chances for peaceful co-existence are many times greater if the cats are both altered before any introductions are planned. Prepare a room for your new cat with food and water bowls, and a litter box and scratching post that needn’t be shared. This room will be your new pet’s home turf while the two cats get used to each other’s presence. Take your new cat to your veterinarian first to be checked for parasites such as ear mites and contagious diseases such as feline leukemia. When you’re sure your new pet is healthy, the introductions can begin. Bring the cat home in a carrier and set him in the room you’ve prepared. Let your resident cat discover the caged animal, and don’t be discouraged by initial hisses. When the new cat is alone in the room, close the door and let him out of the carrier. If he doesn’t want to leave the carrier at first, let him be. Just leave the carrier door open and the cat alone. Maintain each cat separately for a week or so — with lots of love and play for both — and then on a day when you’re around to observe, leave the door to the new cat’s room open. Above all: Don’t force them together. Territory negotiations between cats can be drawnout and delicate, and you must let them work it out on their own, ignoring the hisses and glares.

The Buzz — with Mikkel Becker and Dr. Marty Becker ■Dogs get carsick for many reasons, including anxiety, full bellies and a lack of experience. But most puppies can outgrow car sickness if taken out regularly in the car. If you want your dog to enjoy car rides, then take him to dog parks and other fun destinations. Otherwise, if all trips seem to end at the veterinary hospital, he may never think car rides are fun. Talk to your veterinarian about medications (over-the-counter or prescription) that can help if your puppy doesn’t outgrow carsickness. And make sure when your pet is on the road that he’s safely secured in a

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Dishing the dirt on crumbly soil 101 Crumby soil is the soil type we are all striving to achieve, and this is done by having a varispecified crop. Andrew ety of soil particle sizes. How cool is My charming wife, Carmen, May that? adores pistachios, and I like peaWith that nuts in the shell. I save them all-important both. soil test And why? explained, let Egg shells and coffee grounds, us get down to both of which I save in buckets, the dirt on your combine together for four differsoil. ent ingredients to be added into Right now, the soil. this week (or Compost, peat moss, sand, next) is the perlite, manure, vermiculite, bark ideal time to and leaf mold are all great addiprepare your planting areas. tives and unique particle sizes as These would include but not well. $30 soil analysis kit be limited to: Crumby soil, the ideal soil ■ All containers, flowerpots or profile for ornamentals, is This simple kit, for less than $30, will give you not only a com- boxes. achieved by attaining a soil rich ■ Vegetable garden. plete analytical probe of your in particle diversity. ■ Flower beds. soil, but will give you the recomWith numerous component ■ Perennial beds. mended amount of additives for sizes, soil cannot compact easily. ■ Cut flower areas. the crop you are growing. Compaction is the demon ■ Soil pile. And that is the rub! responsible for soil fertility In these specified areas, soil By writing down what crop because pore space (the air gaps structure is the name of the (i.e., lawn, orchard, flowers or between soil particles) is the key landscape) you desire to grow, the game, and the best ornamental to healthy, fertile, highly producsoil medium is achieved by soil test will recommend the tive soil. including the maximum amount exact amount of additives and Water is the mechanism of of individual structures or partial soil productivity for the plant. nutrients to add to achieve optiWater collects in the pore mum growing conditions for that sizes in your soil. NOTHING IS MORE important that directly affects your plants more than the soil they live in. No matter how great a plant you pick, how wonderfully it is placed, watered, fertilized and cared for — no matter what, if your soil is not correct and prepared properly, it is all a waste. With that said, the absolute best deal around (bar none!) is to phone your county conservation district (Jefferson County at 360385-4105 and Clallam County at 360-452-1912, ext. 5) and get their soil analysis kit.

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space and dissolves mineral and nutrients so microscopic feeder roots can absorb the nutrientrich solution. Compact soil cannot hold enough water in the diminished pore space due to compaction to adequately feed the plant. Add numerous particle sizes (manure, peat moss, sand, compost, etc.) to your soil. Do this now, this week. Work up your soil by adding top soil, sand, leaf mold, compost, saw dust, coffee grounds, egg shells, even worm castings or straw (but only use less than 10 percent in volume of fresh nonrotted organics).

Future plantings By tilling up soil additives now along with adding lime and fertilizer, a great bed will await your future plantings. Lime, bone meal, alphia pellets, wood ash, granite dust, kelp meal, Milorganite and blood meals — all these organic nutrients take 4-6 weeks at today’s temperatures to become readily available. And that is the final block that builds solid foundation for your

summer plants. Add your various particle sizes, then till and test your soil. Next, add nutrient and/or lime as your soil test dictates because you always want to test your soil first. Then, as prescribed in your soil analysis, add nutrients and additives, retill or cultivate and wait six weeks for the effects to become active. Then in April or May (spring), the planting season will be here, and your soil will be ready and fertile for planting with a rake. Contour and shape as well. Shapes maximize and increase the visual angle. Remember a sloped bed has a far more visual impact from a greater distance. The time you spend now on soil preparation is the most productive garden time of all.

________ Andrew May is an ornamental horticulturist who dreams of having Clallam and Jefferson counties nationally recognized as “Flower Peninsula USA.” Send him questions c/o Peninsula Daily News, P.O. Box 1330, Port Angeles, WA 98362, or email news@peninsuladailynews.com (subject line: Andrew May).

Briefly . . . Running Start sessions set at college PORT ANGELES — Peninsula College will host a Running Start Information Night on the main campus, 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., at 7 p.m. this coming Wednesday and on Tuesday, March 13. Sessions will be held in lecture hall Room M-125 of Keegan Hall. Optional campus tours will begin at 6:30 p.m. Prospective Running Start students and their parents will be presented with an opportunity to

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Plant clinics start PORT ANGELES — The Washington State University Clallam County Extension Master Garden-

ers Program will begin weekly plants clinics for the 2012 growing season in Port Angeles. The clinics will be held at the WSU Extension Office in the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday They will be staffed by local Master Gardener volunteers and designed to help answer gardening questions and solve insect and plant disease and identification problems for home landscapes and gardens. The clinics are free and open to all home gardeners. No appointments are necessary, and walk-ins

and phone calls are encouraged. Bagged samples of healthy and/or damaged areas of plants, including stems, leaves, flowers, fruits or cones, as well as living specimens of pests, are necessary for proper identification. Clallam County Master Gardeners, a cooperative program between WSU Extension and Clallam County, provides up-to-date information on sustainable gardening practices. Master Gardener volunteers also address environmental and social priorities such as water conservation, the protection of water quality, reducing the

impact of invasive species and healthy living through gardening. For more information, phone program coordinator Muriel Nesbitt at 360-5652679.

corner of River and Happy Valley roads in Sequim. Notable items found included a couch, a mattress and four tires.

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PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Eagles Ladies Auxiliary and the PORT ANGELES — Auxiliary’s Past Presidents The Clallam County SherClub recently donated $150 iff’s Department’s Chain each to the Shane Park Gang recently removed 1,260 pounds of litter from Playground Fund. Funds were raised duran illegal dump site on the corner of Elwha River Road ing a suite auction fundraiser held by the ladies and Ashley Lane west of auxiliary. Port Angeles. Eagles members also Chain gang members raised $355 for a Sequim followed that with the man’s uncompensated removal of 760 pounds medical care. of litter from another Peninsula Daily News illegal dump site at the

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Happiness more important than cash DEAR ABBY: I’m a sophomore at a religious university that is wellregarded in both secular and religious circles. I came here to become a doctor because the pre-med program has an outstanding acceptance rate to medical school. However, in my third quarter, I took a religious studies course and fell in love with the department. I’d like to pursue a career in this field, perhaps as a professor. I have an excellent GPA and am working three jobs. My problem is that my parents are not supportive. They think I’m being impractical and will end up working in a fast-food restaurant for the rest of my life. I thought they’d be thrilled I have taken such an interest in our faith.

DEAR ABBY Abigail Van Buren

Becoming a doctor no longer interests me. How can I convince them that I can major in religious studies and not

you’ll end up living handto-mouth. While money is important, it’s more important that you devote your life to something that gives you emotional gratification.

Dear Abby: As a divorced dad, I’m hoping you’ll address a problem I have encountered in trying to co-parent my children. My daughters are often invited to parties and sleepovers, which sometimes happen during my live in poverty? parenting time, as well as Rebel in California during my ex-wife’s parenting time. Dear Rebel: You The invitations to these shouldn’t pursue a career events, however, are almost in medicine unless your always sent to my ex-wife’s heart is in it because if it home or email address. isn’t, you won’t make a Aside from the problems very good doctor. that have occurred because Unless you plan to take the information wasn’t fora vow of poverty, a career warded to me in a timely manner, I think it’s sexist in religion doesn’t mean

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hile money is important, it’s more important that you devote your life to something that gives you emotional gratification.

Dear Modern Dad: I think you have delivered that message very clearly. However, if not every reader takes it to heart, make a point of discussing with your ex-wife what activities may have been scheduled for your daughters while they’re with you. That way, they won’t miss out on anything.

for invitations to be sent only to the mother. It reinforces the outdated notion that a woman’s role is to raise children and a father can’t be an active parent. Would you please remind your readers that the most appropriate way of inviting a child who has two households is to send the invitation to both parents? Modern Dad in Roswell, Ga.

Dear Abby: I was recently diagnosed with a cancerous tumor on my tongue that has made it extremely difficult and painful to talk. The problem is I don’t know how to handle encounters with strangers in public places — i.e., grocery stores, libraries, etc. I have always been polite and courteous, but now I can do no more than nod. What would you suggest in this situation?

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Suddenly Silenced in Florida Dear Suddenly Silenced: Make eye contact with the people you would normally greet verbally and give them a smile as you are already doing. If someone tries to engage you in conversation, point to your throat, shake you head “no” and mouth the words “can’t talk.” If you feel further explanation is necessary, have cards printed that state, “I am unable to speak.” That way, no one should take offense.

__________ Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Letters can be mailed to Dear Abby, P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069 or via email by logging onto www.dearabby.com.

New ideas considered in public records disputes “We want to resolve the dispute, get the records, save money and build trust. “All the sides want the same thing.” OLYMPIA — A recent increase in McKenna noted that his office already large payouts from public records dishas an ombudsman that informally tries putes has some in state government con- to mediate in some cases and that single sidering new ways to avoid costly and mediators have been used in other cases. drawn-out court battles. But he said he’s told his office to find One idea being consida case that could potentially be a pilot ered by Attorney General test case for Overstreet and Ramerman. Rob McKenna is a pro“I’m curious to see whether or not posal put together by two there are advantages,” McKenna said. well-known public “I’m interested enough to want to records attorneys to “comove forward and test it, if we can find a mediate.” right case.” While single-person Gov. Chris Gregoire may be intermediation already exists McKenna ested as well. and is used in some state “With the high costs of these cases, cases, the idea of co-mediation allows for certainly anything to get at that is two mediators, both well-steeped in pub- intriguing,” said Cory Curtis, a spokeslic records laws — one who represents man for the governor. the requester and another to represent Under state law, state agencies and the agency or local government. local governments can face fines of up to Greg Overstreet, an Olympia attorney $100 a day for failing to turn over specializing in media and disclosure law, records. said he first thought of the idea of offerBut the biggest cost driver, Overstreet ing co-mediation services late last year said, is attorneys’ fees. — and that his idea was affirmed by a “If mediation starts at the beginning KING 5 television investigative report of a case, it could prevent some of these that found that public records lawsuits judgments that are for tens of thousands jumped from $108,000 in 2006 to nearly or hundreds of thousands of dollars,” $1.7 million last year. Overstreet said. The largest award was in December, “There’s some really difficult, contenwhen a Pierce County judge ordered the tious cases out there, and if public Department of Social and Health Serrecords lawsuits aren’t settled quickly, vices to pay a record $649,896 to an they can balloon out of control on costs.” Elma woman who sued the agency for withholding records. New law The state is appealing the case. Prison inmates make up more than Overstreet said that while co-media60 percent of the litigation cases, accordtion may not work in all cases, it may ing to McKenna’s office. offer a better chance to get people to the In 2009, a new law was passed table in the first place. intended to block prisoners from using “The problem has been the difficulty public records laws to intimidate or of finding a single mediator who is harass state agencies and employees. trusted by both sides,” he said. The measure was in response, in part, “The other problem is finding a medito Allan Parmelee, who is serving 17 ator who knows the public records act and the nuts and bolts of how the public years for bombing the cars of two attorneys. records process works in real life.” Parmelee has filed hundreds of requests and won thousands of dollars in ‘Common goal’ penalties in cases where the Department Overstreet, who regularly represents of Corrections fought his requests. records requesters in disputes, reached Another bill passed last year prevents out to Ramsey Ramerman, president of any penalties from being awarded to the Washington Association of Public prisoners, unless a court finds that an Records Officers who has assisted agenagency acted in bad faith. cies on public records issues. Overstreet said his firm wouldn’t They’ve since formed Open-Governhandle prison requests, in part because ment Mediations and Training and have of concern he has over security, but also pitched their idea to the state. because he believes a lot of the prisoner “We have a common goal,” Ramerman cases aren’t likely to be settled “because said. they want a gigantic judgment.” BY RACHEL LA CORTE

Q. My husband has very thin skin and takes aspirin. A tiny abrasion can make him bleed horribly. With his last episode, I suddenly remembered a recommendation to put used coffee grounds on a bleed. I grabbed the coffee filter, still full of used coffee grounds, and applied it to his bleeding arm. The bleeding stopped almost immediately. Amazing! Yesterday, I sliced my finger on a broken piece of glass. I grabbed the coffee filter, stuck my finger into the grounds, and voila, it quit bleeding. I bandaged it with the coffee grounds on the wound. A. We have heard from others that ground coffee can stop bleeding. One person whose dog was badly injured in a fight was able to stop the serious bleeding with coffee grounds. Since he was far away from any veterinary assistance in the middle of Brazil, this probably saved the dog’s life. Other kitchen remedies for minor cuts include ground black pepper and ground sage.

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Dried cherries for gout Q. My husband was diagnosed with gout. After suffering through several bouts, he was prescribed allopurinol. The pain seems to have spread from his big toe to his ankle and now to his elbow. At his doctor’s visit today, the doctor mentioned that some of her patients had success with dried cherries. What can you tell me about dried cherries? A. Gout is associated with high uric-acid levels. When uric acid precipitates into crystals, it can cause excruciating joint pain. Allopurinol lowers uric acid but has side effects such as rash, itching, digestive-tract upset, liverenzyme disruption and even gout flare-ups. Cherries also may lower uric-acid levels (Journal of Nutrition, June 2003). Although there have not been well-controlled trials of tart cherries for gout, many people have reported success. You can read their stories on our website, www. peoplespharmacy.com.

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Peninsula Births Olympic Medical Center Taylor Irene Bernardi and Joshua Lee Hayward, Port Angeles, a daughter, Arya Lee Sue, 8 pounds 10 ounces, 3:23 p.m. Feb. 4. Christina and Robert Taylor, Port Angeles, a daughter, Brooke LeeAnn, 9 pounds 14 ounces, 6:55 a.m. Feb. 12.

Jenn and Mike Thomas, Port Angeles, a son, Dylan Jason, 9 pounds, 6:24 a.m. Feb. 14.

Forks Community Hospital Eugena and Glen Halttunen, Neah Bay, a daughter, Haven Elizabeth, 8 pounds 6.8 ounces, 3:38 a.m. Feb. 16.

Out of town Jenny, formerly of Port Angeles, and Matt Wyrick, Lacey, a son, Liam Douglas, 6 pounds 7 ounces, 12:07 p.m. Jan. 29, Providence St. Peter Hospital, Olympia. Phone information about athome or out-of-town births to 360417-3527 or 800-826-7714.

Now Showing ■ Deer Park Cinema, Port Angeles (360-4527176) “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance” (PG-13) “Gone” (PG-13) “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” (PG) “Safe House” (R) “The Vow” (PG-13)

■ Lincoln Theater, Port Angeles (360-457-7997) “Act of Valor” (R) “This Means War” (PG-13) “Wanderlust” (R)

■ The Rose Theatre, Port Townsend (360385-1089)

“Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” (PG-13) “A Dangerous Method” (R) “The Descendants” (R)

■ Uptown Theatre, Port Townsend (360-3853883) “Big Miracle” (PG)


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Briefly . . . Pruning workshop set in Sequim SEQUIM — The Olympic Orchard Society will present a pruning workshop at McComb Gardens, 751 McComb Road, at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Landscape professional Gordon Clark, a certified

horticulturist and arborist, will demonstrate pruning fruit trees. This educational program is free and open to the public. For more information, phone Marilyn Couture at 360-681-3036 or Erik Simpson at 360-683-6684.

Student honored HUNTINGDON, Pa — Port Townsend’s Brianne Deborah Rowan was

named to the Dean’s List for the 2011 fall semester at Juniata College. The Dean’s List recognizes grade-point averages of at least 3.6 out of a possible 4.0. Rowan, a senior studying global health with a secondary emphasis in French, was one of 360 students named to the list. She is the daughter of Peter and Laurel Rowan

and a 2008 graduate of Chimacum High School.

food, live music, a dance party and arts and crafts, will be held Saturday. The Boiler Room is Student honored located at 711 Water St. WASHINGTON, D.C. — Musical performers Thomas A. Meyer has been include Solvents, Mike DC, named to the fall semester Mages Guild, Usana, Low Dean’s List at American Ones and more. University. Live music will begin at To be named to the 2 p.m., soup will be served Dean’s List, a student must Boiler Day slated at 3 p.m., and the all-ages PORT TOWNSEND — earn at least a 3.5 gradeBoiler Day, the annual cele- dance party will start at point average. bration of Boiler Room cul- 8 p.m. Meyer is a sophomore Peninsula Daily News ture complete with free with a global environmen-

Death and Memorial Notice ELISABETH EULALIA JOHNSON June 20, 1917 February 15, 2012 Elisabeth Johnson passed away early Wednesday morning from natural causes at Olympic Medical Center. Elisabeth was born in Unionville, Missouri, to Alexander “Lex” Morgan and Harriet Elisabeth (Phillips) Morgan, the youngest of three children. The family moved to Chanute, Kansas, and then to Kansas City, Missouri, in 1922. Elisabeth graduated from junior college in Kansas City and moved to Port Angeles in 1937, where she lived with her Aunt Isabel and Uncle Ben Phillips. From 19381940, she attended the University of Washington, majoring in music. She worked at Rayonier mill as a clerk typist from 19401942. In 1942, she married Clarence Johnson, a chemist at the mill. They had two sons, Edwin and David. Elisabeth was very active in music and politics. She was vice chairwoman, state committeewoman, publicity chairwoman and secretary for

Mrs. Johnson the Clallam County Republican Party during the 1960s. She also ran for state representative in 1968 and lost that election to Democrat Charles Savage of Shelton, Washington. She left the Republican Party in 1980 and became a Democrat when the Republican Party became more conservative. She wrote a weekly column for the Port Angeles Evening News called “A Political Viewpoint” from 1966 to 1974. She was a Peninsula College trustee from 1975 to 1977. Liz played the organ for First Methodist, First Christian, First Baptist, Christian Science and Episcopal churches. She

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also played for Harper’s Funeral Home and Ridgeview Chapel. She played piano for the Kiwanis Club and Senior Singers for many years and directed the choir at First Baptist Church in 1958. Elizabeth enjoyed singing solo and in the choir at the Methodist church and accompanied many other soloists throughout the community, including her husband, Clarence. Elisabeth enjoyed traveling to Hawaii with her husband, making music with the family, working on word puzzles, reading, listening to music and going to concerts. Her husband, Clarence; grandson Michael; and brother John preceded her in death. She is survived by her sons, Edwin and David; David’s wife, Patricia; grandson Ivan; Ivan’s wife, Cathy; and her sister, Emily. A memorial service was held at First Methodist Church, 110 East Seventh Street, Port Angeles, on Saturday, February 25, 2012, at 2 p.m. Memorial donations may be made to First Methodist Church or Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County, 540 East Eighth Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362.

HANNA ELIZABETH (TRIGG) MATHER 1910-2012 Mrs. Hannah Elizabeth Mather, nee Trigg, of Sequim and formerly of Louisville, Kentucky, passed away peacefully at the Fifth Avenue Assisted Living home in Sequim on February 18, 2012, at 101 years of age. Hannah was born in Corydon, Kentucky, in 1910 to Sammie and John Trigg. She graduated from Berea College in 1931. She worked in the Jefferson County school lunch programs as manager and nutritionist for more than 25 years. She was devoted to

June 27, 1926 — Feb. 24, 2012

Port Angeles resident Helen I. Mangan died at the age of 85. Her obituary will be published later. Services: Thursday at 11 a.m., funeral Mass at Queen of Angels Catholic Church, 209 W. 11th St., Port Angeles. Drennan-Ford Funeral Home, Port Angeles, is in charge of arrangements. www.drennanford.com

Florence ‘Yvonne’ LeJune June 1, 1963 — Feb. 20, 2012

Port Angeles resident Florence “Yvonne” LeJune died at Crestwood Convalescent Center following a lengthy battle with multiple sclerosis. She was 48. Her obituary will be published later. Services: No services are planned. DrennanFord Funeral Home, Port Angeles, is in charge

improving child nutrition through the school lunch program. Hannah was devoted to her husband and family and worked tirelessly to balance the demands of her career with the needs of her family, with her family always coming first. Hannah’s passing was preceded by her husband, John Robert Mather Sr.; her son, Logan Larue Mather; her two sisters, Josephine Langston and Jennie Mae Custer; and her brother, Robert Samuel Trigg. She is survived by three children, John Robert Mather Jr. of Port Angeles, Jennie P. Mather of Millbrae, California, and David Trigg Mather of Fairbanks, Alaska; her brother, John Tracy Trigg of Washington, North Car-

olina; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Hannah will be buried in a graveside service at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, February 28, 2012, at Resthaven Memorial Park (Section 8, Lot 508), 4400 Bardstown Road, Louisville, KY. She will be laid to rest near her husband and son. A family memorial service will follow at a time to be announced. Hannah is fondly remembered for her laughter and love of friends and family. Donations in lieu of flowers are requested to either Berea College, C.P.O. 2216, Berea, KY 40404; or the Okolona Christian Church at 10801 Faithful Way, Louisville, KY 40229.

Death and Memorial Notice STAFF SGT. BRIAN VALE SCHRAMM September 3, 1974 February 14, 2012 Mr. Brian Vale Schramm, 37, of Hinesville, Georgia, passed away February 14, 2012, as a passenger in an automobile accident. Brian was born September 3, 1974, in Port Angeles to Charles Schramm and Evonne (Maupin) Lucas. After attending Dry Creek Elementary and Stevens Middle School in Port Angeles, he went to Pullman High School and graduated from Thayer Douglas High School in Auburn, California. Brian served in the U.S. Marine Corps, including service in Bosnia, Croatia, Japan, Kuwait and Iraq. He also served in the U.S. Army, with service in Korea and multiple deployments to Iraq with the combat engineers. Brian transferred to the

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tal policy major and a minor in international relations at American’s School of International Service. He is a 2010 graduate of Port Angeles High School and the son of Andy and Karen Meyer of Port Angeles.

of arrangements. www.drennanford.com

Dana L. (Cabbage) Small April 8, 1942 — Feb. 17, 2012

Sequim resident Dana L. (Cabbage) Small died of heart failure. She was 69. Services: Private burial at Sequim View Cemetery. Sequim Valley Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

Mr. Schramm Army Reserve in October 2011 and was getting ready for deployment overseas again in July 2012. Mr. Schramm married Michelle Lee Hamlin. They have three children. He was a devoted father who relished the moments with his family when he wasn’t serving his country. Brian is survived by his wife, Michelle; sons David R. Schramm and Brian Vale Schramm Jr.; daughter Brittany Hamlin; par-

ents Evonne Lucas (Tom) and Charles Schramm; grandfather Eddy Maupin; sisters Cori Jean (Schramm) Purnell, Tara Nicole and Erin Paige Lucas; stepsister Melissa Thomas; and stepbrother Thomas Lucas Jr. Mr. Schramm is preceded in death by his brother, grandmother Renee Maupin and grandfather Richard Schramm Sr. Brian’s grandmother, Doris Schramm, passed away on the day of Brian’s funeral service, February 19, 2012. A funeral service with full military honors was held February 19, 2012, in Hinesville. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating memorial contributions to Brian’s children via the Thomas L. Carter Funeral Home, Brian Schramm Memorial Fund, 1822 East Oglethorpe Highway, Hinesville, GA 31313. Please visit his Facebook page to read more comments and invite others to do the same.

Remembering a Lifetime ■ Death and Memorial Notice obituaries chronicle a deceased’s life, either in the family’s own words or as written by the PDN staff from information provided by survivors. These notices appear at a nominal cost according to the length of the obituary. Photos and ornamental insignia are welcome. Call 360-417-3556 Monday through Friday for information and assistance and to arrange publication. A convenient form to guide you is avail-

able at area mortuaries or by downloading at www.peninsuladailynews.com under “Obituary Forms.” ■ Death Notices, in which summary information about the deceased, including service information and mortuary, appear once at no charge. No biographical or family information or photo is included. A form for death notices appears at www.peninsuladailynews.com under “Obituary Forms.” For further information, call 360-417-3528.

I want to thank each and everyone of you that stopped by Shirley’s Cafe Saturday, the eleventh day of February 2012 to say farewell to my beautiful daughter,

Pamela Jeanette Stauffer Along with her sisters, Sheri Mackrow, Bobbie Edgmon and Debbie Johnstad, partner Howard Raymond, sons Eric & Keith Stauffer and grandson Colt. We are so going to miss you, Pam. A very special thank you to Olympic Medical Center C.C.U. Special thanks to Dr. Carlos Palacio and Dr. Erik Swanson – you were wonderful. Thank you to all the wonderful nurses and staff. May God bless you all. Thank you for all the beautiful cards, letters, flowers, food and donations. I love you all. A special thanks to my beautiful friends who made the Celebration of Life so warm and beautiful. Edna Petersen, Butch Hoare, Nancy Germane, Karen Brown and Tori, Shirley Coker and Gina Moore, you were wonderful. A true heart-felt thank you to everyone. Pam, I am so going to miss you, I can’t imagine my life without you. God must surely have a plan for me, I know I can’t do this alone.

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Peninsula Five-Day Forecast TODAY

TONIGHT

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

High 41

Low 26

39/28

42/32

45/33

44/31

Clouds and sun with a couple of showers.

Partly cloudy and cold.

Partly sunny and chilly.

Mainly cloudy with a chance for snow.

Periods of rain.

Mostly cloudy with rain possible.

The Peninsula The strong surface storm that affected the region Friday and Saturday is now racing well to the east across the northern Plains. An upper-air disturbance lagging behind the disturbance will bring times of clouds and sunshine across the Olympic Peninsula Neah Bay Port with a couple of rain and snow showers today. Snow lev42/32 Townsend els across the Olympics will be around 500 feet, above Port Angeles 41/29 which an inch or two of snow will accumulate. Largely 41/26 dry weather will follow the disturbance tonight and Sequim Monday with a partly cloudy sky. Temperatures will 41/26 be on the chilly side. Forks

Victoria 38/26

Port Ludlow 41/27

41/25

Olympia 44/22

Seattle 42/27

Spokane 35/16

Yakima Kennewick 48/17 49/22

Temperatures are today’s highs and tonight’s lows.

Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. © 2012

Marine Forecast Times of clouds and sun today with a couple of showers; chilly. Wind from the north-northeast at 4-8 knots. Wave heights less than a foot. Visibility less than 2 miles at times. Partly cloudy and cold tonight. Wind from the northnortheast at 3-6 knots. Wave heights less than a foot. Visibility clear. Partly sunny and chilly tomorrow. Wind light and variable. Wave heights less than a foot. Visibility clear. TABLE Location High Tide LaPush Port Angeles Port Townsend Sequim Bay*

2:39 a.m. 3:09 p.m. 4:50 a.m. 6:07 p.m. 6:35 a.m. 7:52 p.m. 5:56 a.m. 7:13 p.m.

TODAY

TOMORROW

Ht

Low Tide

Ht

8.0’ 6.9’ 7.1’ 5.6’ 8.5’ 6.8’ 8.0’ 6.4’

9:09 a.m. 9:05 p.m. 11:44 a.m. 11:35 p.m. 12:08 a.m. 12:58 p.m. 12:01 a.m. 12:51 p.m.

1.0’ 1.9’ 1.4’ 3.5’ 3.7’ 1.8’ 3.5’ 1.7’

High Tide 3:08 a.m. 3:53 p.m. 5:18 a.m. 7:17 p.m. 7:03 a.m. 9:02 p.m. 6:24 a.m. 8:23 p.m.

National Forecast Sunday, February 26, 2012 Seattle 42/27 Billings 32/11

San Francisco 56/41

Last

TUESDAY

Ht

Low Tide

Ht

High Tide Ht

Low Tide Ht

7.8’ 6.5’ 6.9’ 5.5’ 8.3’ 6.6’ 7.8’ 6.2’

9:51 a.m. 9:40 p.m. 12:29 p.m. ----12:49 a.m. 1:43 p.m. 12:42 a.m. 1:36 p.m.

1.2’ 2.4’ 1.2’ --4.6’ 1.6’ 4.3’ 1.5’

3:42 a.m. 4:43 p.m. 5:49 a.m. 9:05 p.m. 7:34 a.m. 10:50 p.m. 6:55 a.m. 10:11 p.m.

10:39 a.m. 10:20 p.m. 12:20 a.m. 1:18 p.m. 1:34 a.m. 2:32 p.m. 1:27 a.m. 2:25 p.m.

7.7’ 6.0’ 6.7’ 5.5’ 8.1’ 6.6’ 7.6’ 6.2’

1.4’ 3.0’ 4.2’ 1.1’ 5.4’ 1.4’ 5.1’ 1.3’

*To correct for Dungeness Bay subtract 15 minutes for high tide, 21 minutes for low tide.

Mar 8

Washington 47/34

Mar 22

World Cities Today City Hi Lo W Athens 64 50 pc Baghdad 64 40 s Beijing 44 21 pc Brussels 51 35 pc Cairo 69 54 s Calgary 16 -2 sf Edmonton 13 -8 pc Hong Kong 63 59 r Jerusalem 53 43 pc Johannesburg 78 59 t Kabul 44 24 r London 52 45 pc Mexico City 73 46 pc Montreal 21 9 pc Moscow 32 23 sn New Delhi 81 50 pc Paris 51 35 c Rio de Janeiro 93 79 pc Rome 59 37 c Stockholm 32 18 s Sydney 81 71 sh Tokyo 48 36 c Toronto 31 30 pc Vancouver 38 26 sh Weather (W): prcp-precipitation, s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, r-rain, t-thunderstorms, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice.

Atlanta 57/43

Houston 65/55

Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice

New

Mar 14

Denver 41/20

New York 44/36

El Paso 72/50

Moon Phases Full

Detroit 40/30

Los Angeles 67/49

Sunset today ................... 5:53 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow ............ 7:00 a.m. Moonrise today ................ 8:34 a.m. Moonset today ............... 11:27 p.m.

First

Minneapolis 41/16 Chicago 48/27

Kansas City 60/29

Sun & Moon

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Everett 41/26

Shown is today’s weather.

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SEATTLE — North Olympic Peninsula students have been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Washington for the autumn quarter. To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must have completed at least 12 graded credits and have a grade-point average of at least 3.5 out of 4.0. ■ Chimacum: Libby Strickland. ■ Forks: Billy Vin Nguyen. ■ Port Angeles: Chase Adamich, Alice Bradford, Sinead Abhoca CowanKuist, Benjamin Dorcy,

Thomas Wayne Farris Jr., Sydney Rin Anna Gordon, Owen Kajfasz, Amanda Lukens, James McKee, Kelly Elaine O’Rourke, Sebastian Ostrovsky, Nicole Stephens and Samantha Whiteside. ■ Port Hadlock: Kevin Buretta, Daphne Hamilton, Tara Peters and Griffin Smith. ■ Port Ludlow: John Carney and Jillian Neault. ■ Port Townsend: Soren Cassella-Blackburn, Ryan Charrier, Yu-Ri Choi, Simone De Rochefort, Jacob Deberry, Andrea Dennison, George Estes, Alyce Flanagan, Khloe Frank, Devin

Gleeson, Sam Gordon, Brita Alicia Guthrie, Graham Hadden, Emelina Berkshire, Austen Lawrence, Kurt Maegerle, Celeste McDonald, Samuel Nowak, Benjamin Reinhart, sophomore Sarah Reinhart, senior Mackenzie Sepler, Robert Sepler, Mariah Vane, Anne Young and Charles Young. ■ Quilcene: Kaye Lynn Bailey. ■ Sequim: Sarah Berkes, Katlyn Edwards, Ryan Hueter, Jason Kowitz, Nicole Lock, Nicole Masangkay, Chase O’Neil, Teyloure Ring, Jared Stewart and Emily Willis.

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Kiwanian honored PORT ANGELES — Martha Standley has been named Kiwanian of the Month of January by the Olympic Kiwanis Club. Standley has been a Kiwanian since 1996, serving the club in every official role available. Standley This year, she is the club’s assistant treasurer. Club members describe her as “always ready to help with a project and always looking for new ways that the club can serve the youth of the community.” But while Standley always is deeply involved

in club events, club President Geri Zanon noted that January was a particularly busy month for her. The Teacher Appreciation Program, which Standley spearheaded, was inaugurated in January, and she also helped with the club’s Upward Bound snack day. As chairwoman of the club’s garage sale committee, Standley began the new year by providing a clear outline of tasks for committee and club members in preparation for the annual event, which will be May 5-6 at the Clallam County Fairgrounds. The Olympic Kiwanis Club meets Thursdays at 7 a.m. at the Cornerhouse Restaurant, 101 E. Front St. For information about Kiwanis or about the Olympic club in particular, phone Zanon at 360-4528677. Peninsula Daily News

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D This week’s business meetings ■ Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce — Weekly luncheon meetings are Mondays at noon in the second-floor meeting room at the Red Lion Hotel, 221 N. Lincoln St. This Monday’s speakers will be Port Angeles Community Development Director Nathan West and consultant Bill Grimes from Studio Cascade, who will discuss the waterfront improvement projects planned for the city’s downtown area. Luncheon tickets are $13 and can be purchased from the meeting room cashier. ■ Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce — Weekly luncheon meetings are Mondays at noon at the Port Townsend Elks Lodge, 555 Otto St., Port Townsend. This Monday’s meeting will feature a presentation by Keppie Keplinger of Jefferson County Emergency Management. Catered lunch at $5 to $9 by Mystery Bay Seafood. ■ Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce — Luncheon meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month — with business networking at 11:45 a.m. and food service at noon — at SunLand Golf & Country Club, 109 Hilltop Drive, Sequim. This Tuesday’s luncheon will feature a presentation of the chamber’s 2011 Citizen of the Year and Community Service awards, emceed by 2010 Citizen of the Year Jim Pickett. Luncheon reservations closed Friday, but seats are available for those who are not having lunch. Coffee or tea is $3. Phone 360-683-6197 or email lynn@sequimchamber.com for information. ■ Forks Chamber of Commerce — Luncheon meetings are Wednesdays at noon at JT’s Sweet Stuffs, 80 N. Forks Ave. This Wednesday’s meeting will feature a presentation by Debbie Scannell, West End coordinator for Peninsula College, and students who will share inspirational stories about the obstacles they have overcome as they have pursued an education. Lunch costs $8; a bowl of soup, $4.75; and a cup of soup, $4. ■ Port Angeles Business Association: Breakfast meetings Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive, Port Angeles. This Tuesday’s scheduled speaker will be Nathan West, Port Angeles community development director, on the planned downtown waterfront projects. (See Port Angeles chamber item, above.) There is a $2.16 minimum charge by Joshua’s for those who do not order breakfast.

Aerial drones set their sights on U.S. skies BY NICK WINGFIELD THE NEW YORK TIMES

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. — Daniel Gárate’s career came crashing to earth a few weeks ago. That’s when the Los Angeles Police Department warned local real estate agents not to hire photographers like Gárate, who was helping sell luxury property by using a drone to shoot sumptuous aerial movies. Flying drones for commercial purposes, the police said, violated federal aviation rules. “I was paying the bills with this,” said Gárate, who recently gave an unpaid demonstration of his drone in this Southern California suburb. His career will soon get back on track. A new federal law, signed by the president Tuesday, compels the Federal Aviation Administration to allow drones to be used for all sorts of commercial endeavors — from selling real estate and dusting crops to monitoring oil spills and wildlife, even shooting Hollywood films. Local police and emergency services also will be freer to send up their own drones. But while businesses, and drone manufacturers especially, are celebrating the opening of the skies to these unmanned aerial

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vehicles, the law raises new worries about how much detail the drones will capture about lives down below — and what will be done with that information. Safety concerns like midair collisions and property damage on the ground also are an issue.

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$ Briefly . . . Free workshop set on computer ‘decluttering’ SEQUIM — Brenda Spandrio, aka “The Declutter Lady,” will present “Declutter Your Computer” at the Sequim Library, 630 N. Sequim Ave., from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday. Has your computer become a virtual junk drawer of electronic stuff? Do you have several versions of the same information and want to streamline? Spandrio said the free workshop will present tips and information “to help begin the process of simplifying your electronic life.” For more information, phone Spandrio at 360-504-2520 or visit www.ambiance-solutions.com.

Last call for vendors PORT TOWNSEND — The deadline for vendor applications for Jefferson County’s three farmers markets is Thursday. The Port Townsend Farmers Market’s Saturday market will open April 7. Its Wednesday market begins June 20. This year marks the Port Townsend farmers market’s 20th anniversary. The Chimacum Corner Market will be held Sundays beginning May 20. Applications and guidelines for participation in one or all three markets are available at http:// tinyurl.com/7a8jw8e.

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Miracle diet pill? Safe drug elusive for makers

turn off one of the human body’s most fundamental functions. For millions of years, humans have been programmed to consume calories and store them as energy, or fat. BY MATTHEW PERRONE It’s this biological mechanism that makes it THE ASSOCIATED PRESS almost impossible to quickly lose weight by not eatKONP talk guests ing. Cutting down on food instead sends stronger WASHINGTON — The battle of the bulge has PORT ANGELES — Here is signals to the body to store more calories. been a big, fat failure for U.S. drugmakers. “Throughout most of human history, calories this week’s schedule for the But that hasn’t stopped them from trying. were scarce and hard to get, so we have numerous 1:05 p.m. to 2 p.m. local talk For nearly a century, scientists have struggled to natural defenses against starvation,” said Dr. show segment on KONP radio, at make a diet pill that helps people lose weight with- David Katz of Yale University’s Prevention 1450 AM, 102.1 FM and www. Free pancakes Tuesday konp.com on the Internet outside out side effects that range from embarrassing diges- Research Center. tive issues to dangerous heart problems. “We have no defenses against overeating SEQUIM — For the seventh the Port Angeles area. Last week, a government panel recommended because we never needed them before.” straight year, IHOP restaurants Station general manager Todd the FDA approve the latest diet drug Qnexa. will offer each guest a free short Ortloff hosts the Monday The recommendation raises hopes that the U.S. 100-year search for safe pill stack of its buttermilk pancakes through Thursday segments, and could approve the first anti-obesity drug in more on National Pancake Day on Karen Hanan hosts “Art Beat” on So, the drug industry has been on a nearly 100than a decade. Tuesday in an effort to raise Fridays. year search for a drug that can help the body shed It also highlights how challenging it is to create awareness and funds for the This week’s scheduled lineup: pounds. Children’s Miracle Network ■ Monday: To be announced. a pill that fights fat in a variety of people without It has mostly failed to come up with an effective negative side effects. Hospitals. ■ Tuesday: Master Gardenone, and many of the experiments have proven Even Qnexa was previously rejected over conThe event will be celebrated ers Judy English, Jeanette Stehrcerns that it can cause heart palpitations and birth fatal to patients: at the Sequim IHOP, 1360 W. Green and Bill Wrobel. ■ Early attempts focused on speeding up defects if taken by pregnant women. Washington St., from 7 a.m. to ■ Wednesday: Betsy Reedmetabolism, or the body’s method for breaking “Having a drug for obesity would be like telling 10 p.m. Tuesday. Schultz will discuss turning The down food into energy. me you had a drug for the fever,” said Dr. Mitchell Every free short stack of panTudor Inn, her former bed-andThe speed of metabolism controls how quickly or Roslin, chief of bariatric surgery at Northern Westcakes served will come with an breakfast, into The Captain slowly we burn calories and ultimately how much chester Hospital in New York. invitation to donate to Children’s Joseph House, It is named for weight we take on “There can be millions of different reasons why Miracle Network Hospitals. her late son, decorated Green In the 1930s, doctors prescribed an industrial someone is obese; it’s really a symptom of various Donations made at the Sequim Beret Capt. Joseph William chemical called dinitrophenol, which accelerated underlying mechanisms.” IHOP will benefit the network Schultz, who was killed in commetabolism but also caused fever, swelling and An effective and safe diet pill would be an easy hospitals’ program at Seattle bat in Afghanistan last year. deadly toxicity in some patients. Children’s Hospital. The former B&B will serve as sale in the U.S. The 1938 law establishing the Food and Drug With more than 75 million obese adults, the IHOP hopes to collect a getaway for the families of Administration was a response to untested drugs nation’s obesity rate is nearing 35 percent. $2.7 million this year, with a goal fallen soldiers. like dinitrophenol. But the biggest problem in creating a weightto bring the total amount of funds raised to more than $10 million. TURN TO BRIEFLY/D5 loss drug is that there appears to be no safe way to TURN TO DIET/D5

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Career path of a PA tanker captain ROGER ROSS IS a man with a plan and is living it. I sat down recently with Roger at the Fisherman’s Wharf Cafe on Boat Haven Drive in Port Angeles. Roger lives in Port Angeles with his wife and two children, and is well-regarded along the waterfront. He’s a committed family man who cherishes his growing family — and when he can find the time, a fishing pole is firmly within his grasp. Roger is also one of the lucky few who as a very young man had an epiphany about the direction he wanted his life to take, and with a single-minded focus, he pursued his dream until he reached the pinnacle of his vision: that of a ship’s captain. Roger was born in Panama to a Guatemalan mother and an American father, Gary Ross, a Port Angeles native who worked abroad in the telecom industry. In 1982, when Roger was 10 years old, the family returned to the U.S. and settled on the North Olympic Peninsula, where he attended Queen of Angels School and Port Angeles High School. During high school, he worked for Ron Shepherd in the same restaurant where we sat for our conversation, and he also painted lures that were used in Ron’s sport-fishing venture. After high school graduation in 1990, Roger attended Peninsula College and received an Associate of Arts degree.

Victoria Express hand During his time at Peninsula College, he worked for Jack Harmon as a deck hand aboard the Victoria Express passenger ferry to Victoria as well as on board Harmon’s Arrow Launch boats that transport personnel, stores and equipment to and from the ships anchored in Port Angeles Harbor. When Roger worked aboard the launches, the security requirements were far less stringent than they are in a post-9/11 world. The launch crews frequently tied off their boat to the ship and went aboard to meet the personnel and share meals with them. His forays aboard ship offered

ment as well as to qualify to take the required Coast Guard test. Because he works two months on and two months off, that oneyear requirement in actuality becomes two years.

ON THE WATERFRONT glimpses into a world Roger wanted to Sellars become a part of, so in his second year at Peninsula College, he applied to the California Maritime Academy (Cal Maritime) in Vallejo, Calif. The school is part of the California State University system and is one of only seven degree-granting maritime academies in the United States — and the only one on the West Coast. Roger completed the four-year course at Cal Maritime in three years and received a degree in marine transportation. As part of the curriculum, students are required to complete three commercial tours, each with a minimum duration of 60 days aboard ship during the summer months.

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Roger Ross, who attended Port Angeles schools as well as the California Maritime Academy, skippers some of the large oil tankers that frequent Port Angeles Harbor. was spent aboard a T-2 tanker operated by Sabine Transportation, SS Concho. She was a petroleum products carrier that operated out of Corpus Christi, Texas, and is known in the industry as a “valve turner.� That means all the loading and unloading functions were mechanical and performed by hand, which entailed the constant opening and closing of valves until the ship was loaded with product or her cargo was offloaded. That is in sharp contrast to the tankers of today where automation is the norm and most of the mechanical functions are guided by computer.

Two tours Two of the tours — typically the first and last — are aboard the school’s own training ship, T S Golden Bear, and the second summer tour is spent onboard a ship belonging to one of the 20 or so U.S. shipping companies that offer cadet programs to students aspiring to the maritime industry. Typically the shipping companies offer one slot for a deck cadet and one slot for an engineering cadet. According to Roger, the ships available on the program range from those of the Alaska State Ferry system to tankers, container ships, general cargo ships and roll on/roll off vessels. Students with the best grades have earned the opportunity to be the first to select the billet they want to fill. Roger explained that the sponsoring shipping companies fly the cadets to and from their shipping assignment and provide berthing, food and on-the-job training. Roger’s second summer tour

from Cal Maritime in June 1996, he already was in possession of his third-mate’s license because he had taken the test, which is administered by the Coast Guard, in the springtime. In August that year, he accepted a position as an able seaman aboard the 810-foot tanker ARCO Sag River that ran from Long Beach to Houston. He had begun his maritime career in earnest.

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For the next year, he had three different tours aboard ARCO ships that served to enhance his skill level as an AB, and he felt he was well-prepared when offered the opportunity to Loading, unloading become a third mate. The summer was spent loadRoger told me that he is ing and unloading product from aware of graduates of the school the Gulf of Mexico to Quincy, who were offered jobs as an AB Mass., and a lot of busy ports in- and turned them down because between. they felt their minimum entryRoger said he never spent a level position should be as a bored moment aboard the ship third mate. and made great progress working He explained that in his opinas an able-bodied seaman (AB). ion, his time as an AB was a By the end of his tour he was career enhancement because he standing supervised bridge watch learned details from a perspecas a third mate. tive that others lack. According to Roger, these Roger has progressed through tours were also an eye-opener for the ranks as quickly as the time some of the students whose time qualifications have allowed and aboard ship caused them to openings have become available. decide on another career path. One year of sea time is By the time Roger graduated required to qualify for advance-

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BREMERTON — Prosecutors are expecting the police investigation into a shooting at a Bremerton elementary school to include a harder look into what role adults played in a 9-year-old boy bringing a gun to school. Charging documents showed the boy obtained the .45-caliber handgun during a visit with his mother, Jamie Lee Chaffin. The gun discharged in his third-grade classroom, critically wounding an 8-year-old girl. “I fully expect all aspects into the case to be investigated,� Kitsap County Deputy Prosecutor Ione George said Friday, adding that her office is “interested� in how the boy obtained the gun. So far, only the boy has been charged — with unlawful possession of a

gun, bringing a dangerous weapon to school and thirddegree assault. Bremerton police have remained mum on the investigation and how much of a focus is on the boy’s mother. “I’m getting that question quite a bit,� said Lt. Peter Fisher. “I’m not able to comment on that until the investigation is complete.�

Gun in backpack Authorities said the weapon discharged from inside the boy’s backpack just before classes let out Wednesday, and a bullet struck Amina Kocer-Bowman in the arm and abdomen. Harborview Medical Center spokeswoman Susan Gregg said KocerBowman underwent another surgery Friday and

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U.S. college degree rate Drones: Safety passes vital milestone More than 30 percent held overall BY RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA THE NEW YORK TIMES

WASHINGTON — More than 30 percent of American adults hold bachelor’s degrees — a first in the nation’s history — and women are on the brink of surpassing men in educational attainment, the Census Bureau reports. The figures reflect an increase in the share of the population going to college that began in the mid1990s, after a relatively stagnant period that began in the 1970s. They show significant gains in all demographic groups, but blacks and Latinos not only continue to trail far behind whites, the gap also has widened in the past decade. As of last March, 30.4 percent of people older than age 25 in the United States held at least a bachelor’s degree, and 10.9 percent held a graduate degree, up from 26.2 percent and 8.7 percent 10 years earlier. For many years, colleges have enrolled and graduated more women than men, and a historic male advantage in higher education has nearly been erased. In 2001, men held a 3.9 percentage-point lead in

bachelor’s degrees and 2.6 percentage points in graduate degrees; by last year, both gaps were down to 0.7 percent. Among Hispanics, the share of adults holding bachelor’s degrees grew from 11.1 percent in 2001 to 14.1 percent last year, and among blacks, it climbed from 15.7 percent to 19.9 percent. But the distinction rose even faster among non-Hispanic whites, from 28.7 percent to 34 percent. Asian-Americans remain the nation’s best-educated racial group, with 50.3 percent having bachelor’s degrees and 19.5 percent holding graduate degrees. The figures come from the Census Bureau’s annual Current Population Survey and were released last week along with a series of reports taken from another ongoing canvass, the American Community Survey. One of those, examining major fields of study, shows that taken together, engineering and science are the most common areas for bachelor’s degrees, representing 34.9 percent of the total. The persistence of men in those fields is waning, a significant trend given that engineers and people with science backgrounds tend to be in high demand and have above-average incomes. Among college graduates 65 or older, only 23 percent of those with degrees in science or engi-

State falls short on skilled graduates THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

OLYMPIA — Demand for workers in certain high-tech, high-demand fields is continuing to outstrip the state university and college systems’ ability to educate people to do those jobs — and the gap will persist for at least the next seven years, a new state report says. The problem: Washington’s higher education institutions aren’t producing enough bachelor degrees in computer science, engineering, software engineering and architecture, according to the report “A Skilled and Educated Workforce,� which was written by three state-level higher education agencies. At the associate degree and certificate levels — degrees usually produced by community and technical colleges — the state is falling short in manufacturing and various installation, maintenance and repair fields, according to the report. Previous state reports have shown that Washington’s high-tech companies are importing workers from other states, and even other countries, to fill the gaps. At the bachelor’s level, the report projects that between 2014 and 2019, 2,863 jobs a year will be created in computer science, engineering, software engineering and architecture. Yet the state’s colleges and universities awarded just 1,665 degrees in these fields in 2010. The state’s universities have said they have been forced to limit the number of students enrolled in high-demand fields, such as computer science, because of state budget cuts. neering majors are women; among people 40 to 64, the proportion of women rises to 36 percent; among those 25 to 39, 45.9 percent are women. The same report also found that engineers and

science majors are most heavily concentrated on the East and West Coasts, with the highest percentages in the District of Columbia, California, Washington and Maryland, and the lowest in Southern and Plains states.

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change the rule to shift the burden from religious organizations to insurance companies. Lawmakers in a few conservative states have taken up the fight with proposals that serve as direct challenges to Obama’s ruling. Leighton, in his decision Wednesday, did not strike down Washington’s rules but said simply that the way they were applied to the plaintiffs in this case was unconstitutional.

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TACOMA — In a ruling that appears headed toward appeal, a federal judge has ruled that Washington state cannot force pharmacies to sell Plan B or other emergency contraceptives. The state’s true goal in adopting the rules at issue was not to promote the timely access to medicine but to suppress religious objections by druggists who believe that such drugs can have an effect tantamount to abortion, U.S. District Judge Ronald Leighton said in his ruling last week. Washington’s rules require that pharmacies stock and dispense drugs for which there is a demand. The state adopted the dispensing regulations in 2007, following reports that some women had been denied access to Plan B, which has a high dose of medicine found in birthcontrol pills and is effective if a woman takes it within 72 hours of unprotected sex. State lawyers argued that the requirements are legal because they apply neutrally to all medicines and pharmacies, and because they promote a government interest — the timely delivery of medicine, including Plan B, which becomes less effective as time passes.

among other reasons. “The most compelling evidence that the rules target religious conduct is the fact the rules contain numerous secular exemptions,’’ the judge said. “In sum, the rules exempt pharmacies and pharmacists from stocking and delivering lawfully prescribed drugs for an almost unlimited variety of secular reasons but fail to provide exemptions for reasons of conscience.’’ The decision comes as

contraception has been debated in political and health care circles around the nation. A controversy erupted this month when religious groups protested a new federal rule that required church-affiliated universities, hospitals and nonprofits to include birth control without co-pays or premiums in their insurance plans. The outcry prompted President Barack Obama to

CONTINUED FROM D1 has issued only warnings, never penalties, for unau“I don’t think this doc- thorized uses, a spokestrine makes sense, and I woman said. The agency was reviewthink the widespread availability of drones will drive ing the law’s language, the home why to lawmakers, spokeswoman said. courts and the public.� Some questions likely to New opportunities come up: For drone makers, the Can a drone flying over a change in the law comes at a house pick up heat from a particularly good time. lamp used to grow mariWith the winding-down juana inside or take pic- of the war in Afghanistan, tures from outside some- where drones have been one’s third-floor fire escape? used to gather intelligence Can images taken from and fire missiles, these mana drone be sold to a third ufacturers have been awaitparty, and how long can ing lucrative new opportunithey be kept? ties at home. Drone proponents say The market for drones is the privacy concerns are valued at $5.9 billion and is overblown. expected to double in the Randy McDaniel, chief next decade, according to deputy of the Montgomery industry figures. County Sheriff’s DepartDrones can cost millions ment in Conroe, Texas, near of dollars for the most sophisHouston, whose agency ticated varieties to as little bought a drone to use for as $300 for one that can be various law enforcement piloted from an iPhone. operations, dismissed wor“We see a huge potential ries about surveillance, say- market,� said Ben Gielow of ing everyone everywhere the Association for can be photographed with Unmanned Vehicle Systems cellphone cameras anyway. International, a drone “We don’t spy on people,� maker trade group. he said. “We worry about For Patrick Egan, who criminal elements.� represents small businesses and others in his work for ACLU concerns the Remote Control Aerial Photography Association in Still, the American Civil Sacramento, the new law Liberties Union and other also can’t come fast enough. advocacy groups are calling Until 2007, when the fedfor new protections against eral agency began warning what the ACLU has said against nonrecreational use could be “routine aerial sur- of drones, he made up to veillance of American life.� $2,000 an hour using a Under the new law, drone to photograph crops within 90 days, the FAA for farmers, helping them must allow police and first spot irrigation leaks. responders to fly drones “I’ve got organic farmers under 4.4 pounds, as long as screaming for me to come they keep them under an out,� he said. altitude of 400 feet and meet The Montgomery County other requirements. Sheriff’s Department in The agency also must Texas bought its 50-pound allow for “the safe integra- drone in October from Vantion� of all kinds of drones guard Defense Industries, a into American airspace, company founded by including those for commer- Michael Buscher, who built cial uses, by Sept. 30, 2015. drones for the U.S. Army And it must come up and then sold them to an oil with a plan for certifying company whose ships were operators and handling air- threatened by pirates in the space safety issues, among Gulf of Aden. other rules. The company customThe new law, part of a built the drone, which takes broader financing bill for the pictures by day and senses FAA, came after intense lob- heat sources at night. bying by drone makers and It cost $300,000, a fracpotential customers. tion of the cost of a helicopter. The agency probably will McDaniel said his SWAT not be making privacy rules team could use it for reconfor drones. naissance or to manage road Although federal law traffic after a big accident. until now had prohibited He said he regretted that drones except for recre- he didn’t have it a few ational use or for some months ago to search for a waiver-specific law enforce- missing person in a densely ment purposes, the agency wooded area.


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Koalas face potentially deadly disease Chlamydia transmitted through birth, fighting BY KAREN BARROW THE NEW YORK TIMES

SYDNEY, Australia — The koala, one of Australia’s most treasured creatures, is in trouble. Faced with habitat loss, climate change and bacterial disease, koalas are being pushed into smaller and smaller regions of the country. In Queensland, the vast state in Australia’s northeastern corner, surveys suggest that from 2001 to 2008, their numbers dropped as much as 45 percent in urban areas and 15 percent in bushland. And while climate change and habitat loss are affecting many other uniquely Australian animals, too — from birds and frogs to marsupials like wombats, wallabies and bandicoots — it is a bacterial infection that is worrying many scientists about the fate of the koala. “Disease is a somewhat silent killer and has the very real potential to finish koala populations in Queensland,” said Dr. Amber Gillett, a veterinarian at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital in Beerwah, Queensland. The killer is chlamydia, a class of bacteria far better known for causing venereal disease in humans than for devastating koala populations. Recent surveys in Queensland show that chlamydia has caused symptoms in up to 50 percent of the state’s wild koalas, with probably even more infected but not showing symptoms. The bacteria — trans-

mitted during birth, through mating and possibly through fighting — come in two different strains, neither the same as the human form. The first, Chlamydia pecorum, is causing a vast majority of health problems in Queensland’s koalas; the second, C. pneumoniae, is less common. Unlike C. pecorum, the pneumoniae strain can jump to other species, but so far, there is no evidence that it has spread from koalas to humans or vice versa. Chlamydia causes a host of symptoms in koalas, including eye infections, which can lead to blindness, making it difficult for them to find scarce eucalyptus leaves, their primary food source.

Infertility possible The bacteria also can lead to respiratory infections, along with cysts that can make female koalas infertile. The epidemic has been particularly severe in Queensland, where nearly all koalas are infected with koala retrovirus, said Gillett. This retrovirus is an HIV-like infection that suppresses the koala’s immune system and interferes with its ability to fight off chlamydia. “In southern koala populations, where koala retrovirus is much less prevalent, normal immune functions tend to result in fewer cases of chlamydia,” Gillett said. Treating chlamydia in wild koalas is a challenge, she said.

“In southern koala populations, where koala retrovirus is much less prevalent, normal immune functions tend to result in fewer cases of chlamydia.” DR. AMBER GILLETT veterinarian, Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital The disease is so devastating that only a small percentage of the animals can be treated successfully and returned to the wild. And infected females often become infertile — a condition that cannot be reversed, so future population growth is affected as well. There is no treatment available for koala retrovirus, but researchers are working to test a vaccine that would help prevent further spread of chlamydia infection in Queensland’s koalas. A study published in 2010 in The American Journal of Reproductive Immunology found that this vaccine is both safe and effective in healthy female koalas. Further work is being done to test it in koalas that already are infected. Peter Timms, a professor of microbiology at the Queensland University of Technology who is leading the effort to test the chlamydia vaccine in koalas, is hopeful there will be another trial this year to test the vaccine in captive male koalas, followed by wild koalas. If all goes well, plans can be set in motion to distribute the vaccine more widely. “It’s going to be impossible to vaccinate all wild A koala and her joey at a wildlife park in Sydney. koalas,” he said.

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questioned the encounter, she said: “I don’t consider it was rape. I have never considered it rape because I was willing.” The relationship continued, even after Alford had become engaged while attending college in suburban Boston, until Kennedy’s 1963 assassination, she wrote.

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NEW YORK — Mimi Alford was terrified in 1998 when the Monica Lewinsky scandal turned the word “intern” into a dirty joke, exposing an affair with a president. Her decades-old secret about her trysts with John F. Kennedy was still safe then. Outed in a 2003 biography and a New York newspaper account, Alford has learned to tell her story and not be ashamed of it — from the moment she said Kennedy seduced her on her fourth day working at the White House until the affair ended shortly before his death. In Once Upon a Secret: My Affair with President John F. Kennedy and its Aftermath, published earlier this month by Random House, she writes of her first encounter as a naive teenager, her “varied and fun” sex life with Kennedy, whom she always called Mr. President.

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Mimi Alford today at 68. The Rumson, N.J., native was 19 and had no sexual experience when she first went to bed with Kennedy in his wife, Jacqueline’s, bedroom. It was June 1962. “Short of screaming,” she writes, “I doubt I could have done anything to thwart his intentions.”

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The two raced rubber ducks in the bathtub; they had multiple sexual encounters, though he never kissed her; when he called her at her college dorm, he would use the code name Michael Carter, she wrote. Her account seems “quite credible,” said Robert Dallek, whose THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (2) Kennedy biography made a passa Florida beach; Mimi Alford ing reference to a college sophomore who was a favorite of the president’s. “This is how he operated,” love,” she writes. Dallek said. “He was a compulsive “But I wouldn’t call it nonconwomanizer.” sensual, either.” TURN TO AFFAIR/D5 Addressing people who have

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Qnexa approved It uses phentermine, the appetite suppressant. The other drug is topiramate, an anticonvulsant sold by Johnson & Johnson as Topamax. Topiramate is

believed to make patients feel more satiated, though it’s unclear exactly how. J&J initially studied Topamax alone as a weightloss treatment but concluded the psychiatric side effects, such as memory loss and difficulty concentrating, were too significant. Still, on Wednesday, a panel of FDA doctors and other advisers voted 20-2 in favor of approving Vivus’ Qnexa pill, which the drugmaker has resubmitted to the FDA for a second review. The group touted the drug’s benefits, which include weight loss of nearly 10 percent for most patients taking the drug over a year — the highest reduction reported with any recent diet pill. But panelists stressed that the drugmaker must be required to conduct a large follow-up study of the pill’s effects on the heart. The FDA is expected to issue its decision on Qnexa by mid-April.

Benefits trump effects “The potential benefits of this medication seem to trump the side effects,” said FDA panel member Dr. Kenneth Burman of the Washington Hospital Center in Washington DC. “But in truth, only time will tell.” Tammy Wade of McCalla, Ala., is confident the diet pill works. She lost nearly 40 pounds, dropping down to 167 while in a two-year Qnexa study. “I never lost that much weight on any of the programs I’ve tried,” said Wade, who’s done everything from Weight Watchers to working out with a personal trainer.

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Her two daughters from her marriage to Fahnestock are in their 40s, are mothers themselves and have supported her decision to write of her experience, she said. The book took several years and multiple drafts. Alford supplemented her memory with research at the Kennedy Library, where she found her name on passenger logs from plane trips with Kennedy’s entourage. The story she tells is not always flattering to Kennedy or to Alford herself. She felt no guilt, she wrote, with regard to the first lady, whom she never met. “I do now,” she said. But at the time, “it wasn’t as if I was trying to replace her or that the president was trying to replace her. I think I just went along. “And so I didn’t feel guilty. It’s kind of embarrassing to say that.” Alford knows that read-

colorectal cancer was cut by 53 percent in those who had the test and whose doctors removed precancerous growths, known as adenomatous polyps, the researchers reported last week in The New England Journal of Medicine. The test examines the inside of the intestine with a camera-tipped tube. The new study on colonoscopy has limitations — it is not a randomized clinical trial — but some experts say it nonetheless was well-done and helps answer questions about the effectiveness of the procedure. Colonoscopy is expensive, costing hundreds or thousands of dollars, depending on whether polyps are removed and in the part of the country where it is done. It also carries small risks of causing bleeding or perforation of the intestine.

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NEW YORK — A new study provides what independent researchers call the best evidence yet that colonoscopy — perhaps the most unloved cancer-screening test — prevents deaths. Although many people have assumed colonoscopy must save lives because it is so often recommended, strong evidence has been lacking until now. A team of researchers led by Dr. Sidney Winawer, a gastroenterologist at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, followed 2,602 patients for as long as 20 years. In that group, the death rate from

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CONTINUED FROM D1 ■ Thursday: In the first segment, Rainy Birch discusses the Girls Scouts’ 100th anniversary and upcoming celebration. In the second segment, Terry Hull from Craft3, a community lender that assists septic system owners with loans to care for their systems. ■ Friday: In the first segment, Doug Cox, director of the Vancouver Island Music Festival. In the second segment, Tom Coonelly, Glen and Sharman Richardson talk about “A French Adventure: Seven Months Caretaking a Cottage on the French Riviera,” part of the 2012 Travelers’ Journal series of presentations scheduled for March 22 in Sequim. In the third segment, Eleanor Sullivan, author of the new novel Cover Her Body.

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Footwear fanatics create frenzy over Nikes BY JESSICA GRESKO THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK — Sneaker fanatics who lined up outside stores overnight got their first crack Friday at a new outer space-themed Nike basketball shoe, getting so unruly in some cities that police were called to restore order. More than 100 deputies in riot gear quelled a crowd in Orlando, Fla., where the release of the $220 Foamposite Galaxy coincides with this weekend’s NBA All-Star Game. In a mall in Hyattsville, Md., one person was arrested for disorderly conduct. The shoes, part of a space-themed collection, are a draw for so-called “sneakerheads� who collect signature sports footgear and can resell it online at a marked-up price, sometimes for hundreds more than retail. Malls in Florida, New York and Maryland reported bringing in police to manage fans clamoring for the purple and blue shoes, which have star-like flecks of white. Some shoppers lucky enough to get their hands on a pair immediately posted them for sale on eBay at skyrocketing prices: $1,000 and up. Authorities did have some warning the shoe could cause mayhem. Earlier this month, police were called to a mall outside Albany, N.Y., after pushing and shoving broke out during a promotional event for the shoe. Orlando resident Gaby Llanos was in the crowd waiting to buy two pairs of the shoes when the rush started outside Florida

Mall. “It was complete havoc,� said Llanos, 23. “People were running and hiding in trees so the police wouldn’t find them.� Nike issued a statement Friday, saying: “As with the launch of all Nike products, consumer safety and security is of paramount importance. “We encourage anyone wishing to purchase our product to do so in a respectful and safe manner.� Nike spokesman Matthew Kneller said the Nike store in New York City immediately sold out Friday. The shoes also were quickly out of stock in Cambridge, Mass., where people began lining up outside a House of Hoops by Foot Locker at 3 p.m. Thursday. The store only had 12 pairs of the shoes, however, so it handed out tickets to the first dozen people in line, and only those people waited, store manager Terrio Lakes said. The shoes — which are being sold at Nike stores and select Foot Lockers, House of Hoops and Foot Action stores — are part of the Nike’s Foamposite line which originally debuted in 1998. Their outer space theme is a nod to Florida, the host state for the All-Star game, and the longtime launching

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Orange County sheriff’s deputies move the crowd back after an announcement Friday morning that a shoe giveaway was canceled at the Foot Locker at Florida Mall in Orlando, Fla., one day after a limited number of Nike’s Foamposite Galaxy shoes at the store sparked a large-scale riot involving hundreds of shoppers. One of the coveted shoes is shown in the inset above.

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William Ruth, single family dwelling with attached garage, 131 E. Lobelia Drive, $189,558.66. TJR Properties Inc., replacement heat pump, 625 N. Fifth Ave., $7,300.

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Michael Riolo trust, single family dwelling with attached garage, 3188 Oak Bay Road, $320,000. James Hill trust, replace electric water heater, 231 S. Palmer Drive, $1,032. Richard Zinn, add to second story deck, 130 Trafalgar Drive, $3,252. John Marweg, 120 gallon above ground propane tank, 47 Robbins Road, $0. Allan Vance, fire sprinkler system for garage, 512 Malamute Lane, $2,438. Teal Lake Center LLC, interior remodel and change out roof dormer, 3464 Highway 104, $8,180. Donald Weerts, 120 gallon above ground propane tank, 161 Maple Drive, $0.

Port Townsend

Hansencraft LLC, shop, 14 E. Park Ave., $193,650. Port of Port Townsend, customs building tenant improvement, 375 Hudson St., $119,000. Pippa’s Tea House, tenant improvement, 632 Water St., $50,000. Connie Kanter, demolish shed and add supports under house, 528 Van Buren St., $5,000. Gail A. Bernhard, replace windows, 811 E. St., $8,000. Randall K. Kline and Jenifer W. Thacher, replace windows and add interior partition walls, 1045 Adams St., $10,000.

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Area building departments report a total of 32 building permits issued from month/dates with a total valuation of $1,235,986.66: Port Angeles, 7 at $32,406; Sequim, 2 at $196,858.66; Clallam County, 10 at $286,170; Port Townsend, 6 at $385,650; Jefferson County, 7 at $334,902.

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P. A . : 2 B r. , 1 b a , n o smoking/pets, $650, last, deposit. 452-1694, eves. P.A.: 3+ 3+ den. $1,200. SEQ: 2+ 3+ den + stable EAST SEQ: 2 cabins. J.L. Scott. 457-8593 P. A . : R e n t p ay m e n t s buys the home! Cash out when you want. Resell at a profit. Decide to move--it won’t ruin your credit. Shop, RV hookups, 3 Br., 2 ba. 1 1/4 acre, borders Discovery Trail. Credit problems OK! Little down, $1,000 month. 206-856-0279. S E QU I M : B e a u t i f u l 2 B r. , i n q u i e t 8 - p l e x . $700. 360-809-3656.

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L ove l y G o l f C o u r s e Condo. 2+ Bds, 2 bths, W/D. $1,050. 360-600-6828 MISC: Schwinn recumbent and Airdyne exercise machines, like new, $600 for both. Antique Stromberg and Carlson o a k wa l l p h o n e, ve r y nice, all original. $350. (360)457-6845

EXCELLENT VIEWS From this older, two-story home of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, shipping lanes, San Juan Islands, Victoria and Mt Baker. Located in a settled, well-kept neighborhood. Home currently separated into two rental properties: one upstairs and o n e d ow n s t a i r s ( b o t h have views!). 2-car attached garage + parking in back off alley. $255,000. ML261246. Alan or the Dodds 683-4844 Windermere Real Estate Sequim East

REFRIGERATOR: True commercial, single door, almost new, perfect condition. $1,200/obo. (360)457-7774

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2 HOMES, LARGE LOT Good investment potential! Main house is 2 Br., w i t h h a r d wo o d f l o o r s and large kitchen. 2nd house is 1 Br. with an attached workshop. Yard i s c h a i n l i n k fe n c e d . Monthly income of $1,250. Check with your accountant to see if this pencils. Or live in the main house and rent out the smaller one. CAREFREE LIVING IN $165,000. ML22556. JENNIES MEADOW Michaelle Barnard 1,331 sf townhome, 9’ 457-0456 ceilings, great room with WINDERMERE P.A. fireplace, covered patio, kitchen, breakfast nook, AFFORDABLE dining area, finished Cozy mobile, recently re- double garage. Close to plumbed and painted. town, Starbucks, OlymAlmost as much storage pic Discovery Trail, Railsf (556) as the mobile it- road Bridge Park. Landself. ADA indoor access scaped front and rear r a m p w i t h z e r o l aw n y a r d m a i n t a i n e d b y maintenance & concrete HOA. Also included in patio. Hear the nearby HOA is a reser ve for creek plus enjoy the gar- roof, exterior paint, gutden boxes, rose bushes ter cleaning. Southern and rhododendrons. exposure gives home $10,500. ML22007. lots of natural light. Holly Coburn $215,950. ML262623. 457-0456 Sheryl WINDERMERE P.A. 683-4844 Windermere BETTER THAN NEW Real Estate Upgraded Sunland North Sequim East townhome. Olympic floor plan on the greenbelt. Privacy and great views. Centrally located in Landscaped, affordable Port Angeles. 1,296 sf, home. Enjoy Sunland 3 bed, 2.5 bath in a quiet neighborhood. amenities. $234,500. Open living area, ML321845/262661 kitchen with lots of Team Schmidt counter space. Bright 683-6880 windows with views of WINDERMERE mountains and the SUNLAND Strait. Private fenced in yard, large detached DOUBLE YOUR 2 car garage. 514 LoPLEASURE Two living spaces under pez St. $189,000 Call o n e r o o f. C o m p l e t e l y ( 3 6 0 ) 4 7 7 - 9 5 9 7 f o r more info. Offers with handicap accessible and b e a u t i f u l l y u p d a t e d . a Buyer’s agent conF a m i l y r o o m , w o o d sidered. stove and much more. SEE THE MOST $219,000. ML262610. CURRENT REAL Chuck Turner ESTATE LISTINGS: 452-3333 www.peninsula PORT ANGELES dailynews.com REALTY

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Rare large 1.5 bdr m. W a t e r v i e w, b u s l i n e , furn’d? $700. 452-8760 See online ad for pics.

GUNS: Glock 23 Generation 4, 40 cal., $ 4 7 5 . R u g e r GP100 357, 4”, $475. Both new in box. 360-460-4491

ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD Updated home on a gracious setting in Seam o u n t E s t a t e s. Yo u ’ l l enjoy the many living spaces on the main level, from the gracious living room to the formal dining to the family room. Spacious master suite + 2 more bedrooms upstairs. All spruced up and ready for a buyer. $279,000. ML262201. Pili Meyer 417-2799 COLDWELL BANKER UPTOWN REALTY

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BIG VIEW - BIG LOT This home has it all, big space, big yard, large d e ck . D e ck a n d b a ck porch have just been rebuilt. House has been cleaned from top to bottom. Close to the high school, college, several c h u r c h e s, A l b e r t s o n s and bus line, but on a very quiet street. $119,000. ML261925. Pili Meyer 417-2794 COLDWELL BANKER UPTOWN REALTY

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56 It means nothing to Nanette 57 For fear that 59 Puts one’s seat on a seat, in slang 63 Favoring Mideast unity 64 Tuscan city 65 Blanc with many voices 67 Sneaker brand 68 S-shaped molding 69 Look like a Lothario? 71 Restaurateur Paula 72 Feudal peasant 75 Metal marble 78 “Another Green World” musician Brian 82 Game with a hole card 83 Beret holder 84 Galena and hematite 87 Italian bag man? 88 Louisville Slugger wood

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P.A.: 2.5 Br., 2 ba, gar- P.A.: Available March age, new rugs and paint. 1st. House FOR RENT: 2 Br., 1 ba, separate $900. 670-6160. utility room, attached 1 P. A . : 2 B r. , 1 b a , n o c a r g a r a g e . F e n c e d smoking/pets, $650, last, yard, with covered patio or carport. All appliancdeposit. 452-1694, eves. es, including washer/dryP.A.: 3+ 3+ den. $1,200. er. Lots of storage in WATERFRONT! 2/1. SEQ: 2+ 3+ den + stable garage with work bench Sunny, beachfront, & area. Pets/Smokers ok. stunning views! $1300 EAST SEQ: 2 cabins. $950 a month, $200 per mos. See PDN J.L. Scott. 457-8593 non-refundable pet de- web for pics & details. P.A.: 3 Br., 1.75 bath, posit. Open to view Sat- R e n t a l i s t o p f l o o r. garage. No pets. $990 urday, 2/25/12 or Sun- Pets negotiable. 360-460-5360 mo. 360-452-1395. day, 2/26/12. Call Mark at 253-561-2452. P.A. 506 1/2 N. H St. 539 Rental Houses Properties by Sm. 2 br., 1 ba. $550 Port Angeles Landmark. portangelesmo, $550 dep. 452-3423 landmark.com P.A.: Hospital area, 3 AGNEW: Pr ivate, woBr., 1 ba, recently re- SEQUIM: 1 Br., 1 bath. o d e d 1 B r. o n 5 a c . $550, fi rst, last, security. modeled. $875, 1st, last, $695. 360-460-9710. 477-8180 dep. (360)460-0095.

CENTRAL P.A.: Bsmnt apt., full kitch, dining rm, living rm, 2 Br., 1 ba, own laundr y, $880/mo incl. all util., cable and internet. For budgeting purposes, payments can b e m a d e b i - m o n t h l y. $600 dep. No smoke/ pets. 360-461-0667.

MISC: 8x8 ar moire, must see to appreciate, price reduced to $2,500. French ser ver, marble top, beveled glass and mirrors, 72” wide, $1,200. (806)778-2797.

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TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Your tendency to overreact, overdo and overspend will get you into trouble. Don’t make snap decisions that will end up 6045 Farm Fencing taking time to undo. Travel, socializing and attending an & Equipment informative event should be 20% off sale on in-stock your goal. 3 stars

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Take a broader look at the possibilities that are available. You will gain confidence if you get involved in a learning process that enhances your skills. Make changes to your home that will give you space to expand your interests. 5 stars

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Simplicity will be key, especially when dealing with individuals prone to exaggeration. A secret relationship will take a sudden turn that allows you more freedom and a brighter future. Expect someone’s anger to be expressed. 3 stars

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Take one step at a time. Not everyone will see things the way you do. Focus on home and family, and how you can make life easier financially. Your health and well-being will depend on the level of stress you allow into your life. 3 stars

CANCER (June 21-July 22): Take on a challenge that involves helping a cause you believe in and you will meet new people and find new interests. Take a power position when dealing with personal partnerships. Express your thoughts and present your plans. 4 stars

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Communication will bring good results. Partnerships will inspire you to be more creative and to delve into activities or interests that you have always wanted to pursue. A change of environment will improve your emotional attitude. 3 stars

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P.A.: 1 Br., 1 ba, 1 car gar., small yard, nice REFRIGERATOR: Dual n e i g h b o r h o o d . $ 4 7 5 . Energy Dometic, 2 door References. Avail. 3/1. $800. (806)778-2797. 360-504-2599 P.A. : 1 Br., clean, cozy, no pets/smoking, stora g e , r e f s . $ 4 5 0 m o. , $400 deposit. 809-9979.

GUNS: Browning BLR 81 S/S, take down, 300WSM, $800. D-Max Side Winder 45/410 S/S, 7.5” barrel, $650. Marlin SEQUIM: 2 Br. at Heath- 1895 XLR 45/70 S/S, e r P l a c e . $ 7 5 0 . I n c l . 24” barrel, $600. All in W/S/G. 683-3339. excellent condition, with S E QU I M : B e a u t i f u l 2 extras. (360)477-7981. B r. , i n q u i e t 8 - p l e x . $700. 360-809-3656.

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We offer competitive pay and benefits, ongoing training programs and educational opportunities. We are well equipped with technological equipment including fully digitized radiology.

P.A.: Like new 2 Br., 1.5 ba. No smoke/pets. $700 + dep. 457-5206

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CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Avoid unstable or unpredictable people. You are best to stick to what and whom you know best. An unwelcome surprise will lead to uncertainty. Focus on home and family and what makes you feel secure. 2 stars AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Show your true colors to avoid getting involved in a situation that doesn’t suit your lifestyle or your future goals. Love is highlighted, and someone from your past will play a prominent role in your life. 4 stars PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Don’t let fear of failure limit what you can achieve. What you learn now will help you successfully reach your goals. Listen and learn, but in the end, use the information and skills you know will work best for you. 3 stars

6055 Firewood, Fuel & Stoves FIREWOOD: $179 delivered Sequim-P.A. True cord. 3 cord special for $499. Credit card accepted. 360-582-7910. www.portangeles firewood.com

GUNS: Glock 23 Generation 4, 40 cal., $ 4 7 5 . R u g e r GP100 357, 4”, $475. Both new in box. 360-460-4491

FIREWOOD: Seasoned fir, ready to burn, $205 full cord, $110 1/2 cord. Also have maple, $175+. 360-461-6843

WOOD STOVE: Bakers Choice, wood heat/cook stove with water tank. SAIGA: Izhmash 308 cal $975. (806)778-2797. AK with scope and mount, Sure Fire muzzle 6075 Heavy brake, 6 position stock and cheek piece, Tromix Equipment Bolton charging handle, AK Mark VI enhanced LANDSCAPE RAKE: 8’ safety, 6-25 rd mags, heavy duty. $700. 1-10 rd, 1-5 rd mag, (360)732-4457 case. $650. 775-4907.

6080 Home WALTHER: Model PPK, Furnishings cal. 380 ACP, stainless, Commercial Building 6 mags, 2 holsters. CHINA HUTCH: Light 2839 E. Highway 101 $400. 775-4907. oak, 5’ wide. Top has 3 Frontage, parking, billlight glass doors, board. Ideal business lo6055 Firewood, divided glass shelf with lighted cation. $500. Fuel & Stoves interior. Bottom has 6 360-452-5050 drawers and 2 cupF I R E W O O D : $ 1 6 0 boards. Photo available PROPERTIES BY c o r d . D e l i ve r e d . P. A . via email. $400/obo. LANDMARK Joyce. 360-461-9701. (360)582-0339 452-1326

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SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Live life to the fullest. Don’t let negative people drag you down or hold you back. Interact with individuals who are just as passionate about life as you are. Spontaneity will trigger an adventure that you won’t want to miss. 5 stars

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The Last Word in Astrology ❘ ARIES (March 21-April 19): Spontaneity is fine, as long as you don’t ruin someone’s plans. Be true to your word but fair to your heart. Honesty is the best policy and will help you navigate your way through the surprises that make life interesting. 3 stars

P.A.: 1 Br. + computer lumber. Waltz Lumber, room, incl. W&G. $600, 11 Old Church Rd., Quilcene, WA 98376. dep. (360)417-6638. One weekend only! Feb. 25 & 26. 605 Apartments P.A.: Lg. 1 Br. $500 mo. Cats ok. Move-in cost Clallam County K U B OTA : B X 2 5 t ra c negotiable for qualified tor/backhoe. 175 hours. CENTRAL P.A.: Clean 1 applicants. 452-4409. $12,000. (360)477-6604. Br. apartment. Utilities, cable paid. No smoke/ P. A . : L g 1 B r. , wa t e r view, $615. 1 Br., $550. 6050 Firearms & pets. $585 + $600 dep. 206-200-7244 360-477-2207 Ammunition Penn Place Apartments CHINSE SKS 1 Br., $550 + $550 dep. 2 Br., $650 + $650 dep. 7.62x39, Tec rear sights W/D, dishwasher. 1/2 off installed, Tapco intrafuse SKS rifle system 1st months rent! with rail, 6-position but 457-0747 or 477-9716 s t o ck , 7 - 2 0 r d m a g s, Properties by 1-10 rd mag, bayonet Landmark. portangeles- mounted by pod. $400. landmark.com 775-4907

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DINING TABLE: With 6 c h a i r s. 5 . 5 ’ l o n g , 4 4 � wide, 2 leaves that extend tabel to 8’, protectice game pad that fits entire table, excellent condition. $350. (360)928-1027

MOVING SALE: POOL TABLE $500/obo. 3-pc TV Cabinet Set $300 obo EnergyStar 18 CF REFRIG used 3 mos a s 2 n d f r i d g e, p a i d $498, ask $375. FULL BED SET $75, 1912 OAK DESK $150. TABLES $30-$50. older ETHAN ALLEN matching dresser, desk, mirror set $125. Queen FUTON $400. TV s t a n d $ 4 0 , s h e l ve s $25 - $50. (360)477-3747

DRESSER: 5 drawer, 3 folding mirror, oak, excellent. $250. (360)457-1355

King Bedroom Set. Beautiful iron sleigh bed frame, light cherry dresser, chest, (2) bedside tables, mirror. $500. 360-683-3887 MISC: (2) Tiffany style side lamps, $65. Antique c a n e d c h a i r, $ 1 2 5 . 1930s crackletop chrome table, $195. Queen sofa bed, mint, $195. White wicker wing chair, $45. 1950s 2 tier parchment shade lamps, $95 ea. (360)437-7846.

ROCKER RECLINER Red microfiber, in good shape. Paid over $700 new. Asking $300/obo. (360)681-3299 SOFA: 8’ burgundy velveteen, in excellent condition. Non-smoker, no kids. $150. (360)928-3369

6100 Misc. Merchandise ANTIQUE DOLL RESTORATION Nurse Nancy America’s Rembrandt of doll restoration will be at Sequim Elegant Flea, Sequim Prairie Grange, Friday March 2 and Saturday March 3, 9-3 p.m. Bring your cher ished childhood dolls with you for a free appraisal and estimate of restoration. 360-265-5664

MISC: Classic for mal dining room set, table with 3 leaves and pads, 6 chairs, 2 arms, $450/obo. Custom formal sofa, new condition, n e u t r a l c o l o r, p a i d $ 3 , 5 0 0 , w i l l s e l l f o r CASH FOR: Antiques and collectibles. $400/obo. 206-999-7139 360-928-9563 MISC: Large oak lighted DRIVEWAY GRAVEL china cabinet w/glass 5 yard loads delivered. s h e l ve s, $ 2 0 0 . L a r g e $140. 360-461-2767. craft/sewing table w/cabinet, $50. EnterFIREWOOD: Seasoned, tainment center, $45. L a n e e n d t a bl e, $ 1 5 . all types. $200 delivered. 360-477-8832 Smaller lighted china hutch w/leaded glass GENERATOR: Almost front, $150. Quilt rack, new, 5,000 watt, 8 hp. $15. (360)457-9786. $300. (360)797-0023.

SEWING MACHINE WA N T E D : To h i r e Montgomery Ward con- qualified repair person vertible bed sewing ma- to fix our antique slot c h i n e . M o d e l U H T J machine. 681-0695. 1414 in wood cabinet. Both excellent condition. Includes all par ts and 8180 Garage Sales manual. Recently serPA - Central viced. Used very little. $90. Susan 460-0575. ESTATE Sale: Fri.-Sat (1/2 off), and Sun., 9-3 STORAGE SHED at 217 E. Orcas Ave. 8’x10’x8. 2�x4’s� Fram- Truck shop tools, camping. LP 4� on Center sid- i n g , a n t i q u e t r a c t o r ing panels Pre-Primed. wheels, antlers, Couch, 35 Year Shingle Roof Broyhill China Hutch, with Ridge Vent. 2’0x3’0 Duncan Phyfe style dinSide Window. 6 ft.Dou- ing set, large 1900’s oak ble Door .$1,499. Email: roll top desk, pool table, sigloxx1y2k@yahoo.com TV’s, sewing table, sinCall 360-775-1342 gletree horse yoke, Tearing down shop, sell- buckets of horse shoes, i n g 1 8 x 6 � 3 1 ’ I - b e a m gardening, office, bed$900/obo, and 11’4� rise ding, linen, kitchen and s t e e l s p i ra l s t a i r c a s e many, many more types $ 6 0 0 / o b o. W i l l a s s i s t of collectibles, too much with loading but both t o l i s t . H O U S E F O R yo u - h a u l . To d d t d u m - SALE too. Lots of FREE die@yahoo.com best, or B OX E S, Fr e e C o f fe e and treats. PLEASE NO 452-5290 hard to get. EARLY BIRDS! WANTED: Old clocks. 8183 Garage Sales Working or not. 360-928-9563 PA - East

MISC: 60s Olympic typewriter, case, good condition. $80. New deluxe 9x6 rug pad for all floor types, $40. Epoxy paint, $17/gal., $75 for 5 6105 Musical gal. Vintage builder/surInstruments veyor transit and level, $165. D R U M S E T: 5 p i e c e 452-4820 or 775-1624 Pe a r l E x p o r t , n e w e r MISC: Brother Intellifax d r u m h e a d s, Z i l d j i a n and toner, $65. Comput- c y m b a l s , u p g r a d e d er chair, $20. Ceramic throne with back, sticks, heater, $15. Food Saver great condition. $500. (360)461-9851 and bags, $65. (2) TV’s, $25. Brother sewing machine, $45. Epson scan- ORGAN: Antique Kimner, $45. Antique silver- ball reed organ, ver y good condition, excellent plate, $1 ea/obo. sound, multiple stops, all (360)437-7846 the notes play. $225. (360)457-1863 MISC: Grandkids moved Never used Bright Stars bouncy chair, $30. Gra6115 Sporting co Turbo Booster car Goods seat, great condition, $30. Evenflo big kid carseat, barely used, $30. BUYING FIREARMS (360)461-2922 Any and All - Top $ Paid. One or Entire MISC: Schwinn recum- Collection. bent and Airdyne exer360-477-9659 cise machines, like new, $600 for both. Antique FISHING GEAR: Satisfy Stromberg and Carlson your fishing fantasies o a k wa l l p h o n e, ve r y with: Sage 9’ 2-piece fly nice, all original. $350. rod, 10 weight, graphite (360)457-6845 3 RPLX, $300. Temple Fork 14’ 4-piece Spey fly M I S C : U t i l i t y t r a i l e r, r o d , 9 w e i g h t , $ 1 5 0 . $250. (2) wood stoves Both rods like new. $150 ea. Stackable (360)457-4288 w a s h e r / d r y e r, $ 1 5 0 . Camper, $125. Wood GOLF CART: ‘89 Yamawor king tools, $25 to h a . G a s , n e w c a n v a s / c l u b c o v e r. N e w $300. All OBO. tires/SS caps. Heater. (360)461-6698 Extra clean. $1,600. (360)457-1355 POWER CHAIR: Invacare Pronto M51. Joy G U N C A B I N E T: 3 7 � stick control, good s h a p e . N ew : $ 5 , 5 0 0 . wide x 74� tall. Glass front, locking doors, with Price: $2,000. bottom cabinet, also (360)457-1355 locking. $150/obo. (360)582-0339 REFRIGERATOR: True commercial, single door, almost new, perfect con- WANTED: Guns. One or whole collection. New dition. $1,200/obo. and old, but older the (360)457-7774 b e t t e r. E s t a t e s e t t l e SAUNA: Infrared, Sun- ments. Call 452-1016. life Saunas Malibu. 6140 Wanted $1,600. (806)778-2797.

J A C U Z Z I : To b a g o , Seats 5, 6 jets, 6 years old, 80�x70�. $2,000. SCOOTER: Go Go Elite 360-683-6393 Traveler. Almost new. $720. (360)797-1776. MARINER SEASON TICKETS 1/8 share, 10 games. U T I L I T Y T R A I L E R : 4 Yo u p i c k . E x c e l l e n t yrs. old, ramps, brand S O FA B E D : Q u e e n seats. Section 124, row new tires, used to haul quad but has many pursize, Lane, hardly used. 24, seats 1 & 2. $800. poses. $1,500. 452-3213 $500. (360)797-3730. (360)808-0937

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WANTED: Quality items in good condition for garage sale June 15-16. No clothing, shoes, electronics or exercise equip Proceeds benefit WAG, local dog rescue. Pick ups begin March 9. Call 452-8192 to arrange.

7025 Farm Animals & Livestock GRASS HAY: $2.50 per bale. (360)460-0462, after 5 p.m. G R A S S H AY: $ 4 . 5 0 bale. 360-452-8713 or 360-808-1842 HAY: Quality grass hay. $5 bale. 808-1052. PIGLETS: York-Berk x D u r o c - Yo r k o r H a m p York, feeder $80 ea if 2/+. Weaner $60 each if 2/+. (360)775-6552.

7035 General Pets

7035 General Pets PARROTS: Proven Pair of Lilac Crown Amazons must stay together-$750. Rare Female Hawk Head, $750. Bonded Pa i r o f Ye l l o w H e a d Amazons, $450/obo. 360-452-8092

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Automobiles 9817 Motorcycles 9180 Classics & Collect.

TRAILER: ‘03 29’ Terry. Dbl door, front Br., large slide, great for living or pulling. $9,200. 457-9038

QUAD: ‘07 Yamaha 700 CHEV: ‘58 Bel Aire sport Raptor. Like new, extras. coupe, 350 cu, 3 spd, $5,500 firm. 452-3213. n e w s t u f f , n i c e c a r. $15,000. (360)504-2440 SCOOTER: Honda Reflex, side car, helmets. C O L L E C TO R S : O l d s $3,500. (806)778-2797. Cutlass 442 1986, sharp lines, new int. $5,500. SUZUKI: ‘02 DRZ 400 683-8332 d u a l s p o r t . Ve r y l o w miles, super clean, exFORD: ‘23 T Bucket. tras. $3,750. Fiberglass body, 350 360-457-8556 C h ev e n g i n e, a u t o, 360-460-0733 wheelie bars. $14,000. YAMAHA: ‘03 YZ85. All (360)477-1777 before stock, second owner, 7 p.m. never raced, super clean and well maintained. N e w e r b a c k t i r e . FORD: ‘27 T Bucket. Breakaway levers. Son Blower, new brakes and wiring, all steel has outgrown. $990. body. $17,500. Before (360)461-1037 7 p.m. (360)477-1777. YAMAHA: ‘07 TW 200. 1,050 mi., saddle bags FORD: ‘51 2 dr, orig., 6 and Versahaul carrier. cyl., needs restoration, 3 $2,500. 360-477-9339. sp. $2,000. 452-8092.

TRAILER: ‘05 27’ Okanagan. Excellent, hardly used. $12,000/ PUPPIES: Border/Aus- obo. 417-0549. sie, smart farm or obedience prospects, male black and white, ver y 9802 5th Wheels loving, beautiful female, t r i c o l o r, b l u e e y e s . 5TH WHEEL: ‘02 34’ Big Shots, wormed, ready to Sky Montana. 3 slides, go. $200. 360-775-1788 W/D, spacious, beautiful! $18,000. 461-3980. PUPPIES: Chocolate Lab, dewclaws removed, 5TH WHEEL: ‘90 Aljo 2 males $300 ea., 2 fe- w i t h h i t c h . S e l f c o n males $350 ea. tained, clean. First (360)775-8207 $2,700 takes it! 582-1381, 808-5688 PUPPIES: Purebred Siberian Huskies, (2) 9050 Marine males, (1) female. Miscellaneous Ready last week of February. Pictures available. $500 each. Serious in- B OAT / T R A I L E R : 2 4 ’ Road Runner trailer, tanquiries please call dem axle, serge brakes, (360)374-8843 fully galvanized, 8,500 PUPPIES: Toy Poodles, lb. rated, excellent cond, 11 wks. old, black to ap- comes with 24’ cuddy ricot to partis. $500 ea. cabin Seabird, 383 (360)477-8349 Chev. I/O, 20 hp electric start kicker, electronics, S h o r t Ja ck R u s s e l l downriggers and more. M a l e 2 y e a r s O l d . First $4,000. 797-7446. Loves People, going D U R A B OAT: ‘ 0 8 1 4 ’ for walks and playing aluminum. 9.9 Johnson, ball. Crate trained and trailer. $1,500. up to date on shots. 360-580-1741 $300. Please contact DURABOAT: 14’ 20 hp Rob or Jaime at Merc less than 20 hrs., 360-477-4427 xtras. $3,200. 452-8092. Siberian Husky Puppy P u r e b r e d S i b e r i a n D U R O B OAT: 1 2 ’ . 1 5 H u s k y P u p p y. A K C and 6 hp Evinrudes, Calsired. Female 6 weeks kins trailer. $1,500. 683o l d . r e d a n d w h i t e . 6748. House Broke. 1st shots. LIVINGSTON: 12’ 18 hp Puppy Kit included. $850 N i s s a n O / B, c ove r e d Call Mike 360-640-5338. steering station. $1,250. Serious buyers only. (360)452-6714 Valetines Day Puppies! OLYMPIC: ‘98 22’ ReTo y P a r t y P o o d l e s sorter. 200 hp Evinrude. a va i l a b l e Va l e n t i n e s ’ $22,000/obo. 477-5568. Day! Apricot/white and champagne/white. $350 YA M A H A : ‘ 0 9 R h i n o for the female, $300 for Sport ATV 700. Excelt h e m a l e s. ( 3 6 0 ) 8 0 8 - lent cond., $8,500. 0105 Ask for Janet. 670-6100 or 457-6906.

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DOG: Canadian Kennel Club German Shepherd. 8 mo old male. Highly socialized, basically trained for service work. Superb dog! Exceptional fo r 8 m o n t h s ! A s k i n g $1,850. (360)582-1292. GERMAN SHEPHERD AKC, young blk and red female, shots, housebroken, loves to play and go for walks, good with other animals, serious inquiries only. $650 or reasonable offer. (360)775-6145

5TH WHEEL: ‘94 29’ Fleetwood Prowler 5th Wheel. Used, but in good condition. Plenty of room for multiple people. Has ever ything you’ll need for a comfortable vacation. $4,500/obo. Call Kim after 6 p.m. at 360-460-2634 LABS: 1 black male, 3 yrs old. 1 yellow female, 4 yrs old. Both purebred. SAFARI SERENGETI: Ivory Edition, 1997 40’ $100 for both. D i e s e l P u s h e r, p r o f. (360)301-6990 decorated, low miles, lg. N W FA R M T E R R I E R : slide. $69,500. For info S u p e r b p u p s t o a p - & photos, contact: proved homes. 9 weeks PLPatt2@yahoo.com & Trades old. 1st shots, wormed. or 360-683-2838 Early training. $400. BOOKS WANTED! We 417-0605 9832 Tents & love books, we’ll buy Travel Trailers WANTED: Male German yours. 457-9789 Shepherd for stud-mate WANTED: Approx. 5’x2’, for my female Shepherd T E N T T R A I L E R : ‘ 0 8 w h i t e c a r ra ra m a r bl e A S A P. A K C wo u l d b e R o c k w o o d Fr e e d o m , slab to sit on kitchen ta- nice but not be required. used twice. $6,000. ble. (360)582-0339. (360)681-2329 Details (360)775-6145.

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PONTIAC: ‘78 Firebird Formula. California car, no rust. $5,500. 360-457-6540

9254 Automobiles Jaguar U LT R A L I T E : Av e n g er/Hurricane, 503 Rotax engine, low hours, 10 gal. tank, new tires, 4 yr. old sails, always hangered, full instruments i n c l u d i n g C H T, E G T, RPM, airspeed recording G meter, hr meter, hydraulic disc brakes, ball i s t i c c h u t e s. $ 8 , 5 0 0 / obo. 360-374-2668 or 360-640-1498 ask for Carl.

HONDA: ‘02 VTX 1800. 7K miles. $4,250. 504-2599 H O N DA : ‘ 0 5 C R 8 5 R . Low hours, never raced. $1,500/trade. 360-460-6148

J AG UA R : ‘ 9 0 X J S Coupe. Black, tan int., only 42K mi., car is like brand new in/out, mechanically. $11,750 Call John, Euro Auto Works: 683-3876.

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Car For Sale. Pontiac PARTS: ‘68-’72 ElCami- Grand Am 4D 2003, 2.2 no, ‘58 Chev pickup. $5- L 4 Cyc., Plus extra 4 $100. (360)452-9041. new snow tires. 133,000 miles. No problems, well maintained, runs great. 9742 Tires & $4,300. 518-396-0419. Wheels BRIDGESTONE TIRES 265/65R/17, 70% tread left. Good condition. $500. 360-460-0723.

HARLEY DAVIDSON ‘01 Road King FLHRI 4,950 miles! Fuel-Injection, removable windshield, foot pegs, back rest,hard saddle bags, foot boards, heel-shift, oval-tip pipes,and many other extras. $10,900. 360-808-4176

FORD: ‘54 F7 water truck, 283, restored, 2x4 spd. $3,500. 452-8092.

CHEV: ‘84 El Camino C o n q u i s t a . N ew ex a haust, shocks, starter. $1,300. (360)452-2575.

HONDA: ‘00 EK Hatch. New swap, B18C type R suspension, yellow HID lights, Apexi exhaust, inFORD: ‘28 2 dr sedan, t a k e , 1 1 8 K m i l e s . restored in 1980, + parts $5,500. 452-9693 or 461-6506 $15,000/obo. 452-8092.

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9292 Automobiles 9292 Automobiles 9292 Automobiles 9292 Automobiles 9434 Pickup Trucks 9434 Pickup Trucks Others Others Others Others Others Others CHRYSLER ‘02 PT CRUISER LTD EDITION O n e ow n e r w i t h o n l y 64,000 miles and loaded, including 4 cylinder, a u t o, a i r, t i l t w h e e l , cruise, power windows, locks, mirrors, and seat, AM/FM CD and cassette, leather inter ior with heated seats, power sunroof, 4 wheel ABS with electronic traction control, alloy wheels, remote entr y and more! Expires 3-3-12. VIN308945 $6,995 Dave Barnier Auto Sales *We Finance In House* 452-6599 davebarnier.com CHRYSLER: ‘04 Crossfire, 80K, 6 sp, excellent. $12,000. 452-8092. FIAT: ‘80 conver tible. Needs a loving owner. $1,500. (360)582-7727. FORD: ‘00 Exporer XLS. 4WD, auto, V6, 4.0L, great condition, 170K. $2,800. (360)417-9137. FORD: ‘00 Taurus SE. Blue, 125K, all pwr. $3,250. (360)457-1900. FORD: ‘07 Mustang convertible. Mint condition, low mi., spoilers, side air bags, always garaged. $26,000. 683-5682 or (541)980-5210 cell FORD: ‘54 Victoria. New 302/4 speed $15,000/ obo. 360-504-5664.

PONTIAC ‘06 G6 GTP FORD: ‘64 1/2 Mustang. COUPE Has not been restored. V 6 , 6 s p e e d , a i r, t i l t $3,500. 670-6100 or 457-6906. w h e e l , c r u i s e, p owe r windows, locks, mirror, HONDA: ‘00 EK Hatch. and seat, leather interior New swap, B18C type R with heated seats, power suspension, yellow HID s u n r o o f, A M / F M C D, lights, Apexi exhaust, in- electronic traction cont a k e , 1 1 8 K m i l e s . trol, premium alloy $5,500. 452-9693 or wheels, remote entr y, 461-6506 and more! Expires 3-3HONDA: ‘08 Civic EX 12. VIN151869. $8,995 4-door. Silver, auto, exDave Barnier cellent, alloys, loaded, Auto Sales 70K. $12,800. *We Finance In House* 360-477-9757 452-6599 HONDA ‘97 DEL SOL davebarnier.com SI COUPE 1.6 liter 4 cylinder en- P O N T I AC : ‘ 8 6 F i e r o. gine, 5 speed manual 91K miles, well taken t r a n s m i s s i o n , a l l o y care of. Great Gift! Colwheels, removable top, lector’s item! Good mpg! p owe r w i n d ow s, d o o r $3,000. 775-9754. l o c k s , a n d m i r r o r s , P O N T I AC : ‘ 9 3 G ra n d Panasonic CD stereo. Am. Excellent shape, Only 93,000 miles! Im- low mi., runs great. maculate condition in$1,300/obo. Contact side and out! Sporty little Mike at 452-2684. Honda! Stop by Gray SATURN: ‘96 SL wagon. Motors today! Auto, body/interior excel$6,995 lent, needs mechanical GRAY MOTORS work. $900. 457-3425. 457-4901 graymotors.com VOLVO: 2001 Volvo S4. Fo r S a l e : 2 0 0 1 Vo l vo J AG UA R : ‘ 9 0 X J S S4. Black 4 door. SunCoupe. Black, tan int., roof. 97K miles. Excelonly 42K mi., car is lent condition! Carefully like brand new in/out, maintained. $4,000 or mechanically. $11,750 best reasonable offer. Call John, Euro Auto Call 360-385-6386. Works: 683-3876. VOLVO: ‘82 GLE. 4 cyl. N I S S A N : ‘ 0 1 A l t i m a N ew t i r e s, n ew s n ow GXE 4 door. 65K, auto. tires. $600. 460-3567. $6,500. (360)683-3015. GARAGE SALE ADS OLDS: ‘85 Cutlass SuCall for details. preme. 72+K mi., 3.8L. 360-452-8435 $2,500. (360)461-4194. 1-800-826-7714

VW: ‘84 Rabbit. 2 door auto, reliable, 40 mpg, on local rebuilt engine. $2,500/obo. 457-4577.

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FORD: ‘84 F250. $4,500. 417-1587. CHEV: ‘98 S-10 Ext Cab D O D G E : ‘ 0 0 D a k o t a many extras call for info FORD: ‘85 F250 diesel. $4,500. 360-460-2362. q u a d c a b. 9 2 K , ex c . Utility box, runs good. cond., matching canopy, DODGE: ‘07 Durango. $3,500/obo. 460-0357. Rhinoguard, auto, CD, White, gray leather int., A/C, cr uise, extra set 87K, power, exc. cond., FORD: ‘91 Bronco. Body s n o w t i r e s / w h e e l s . seats 8. $15,500. and interior are in good $7,200/obo. 477-9755 condition. Needs a new 460-6155 steering column. About DODGE ‘89 3/4 TON 70,000 miles on the en9434 Pickup Trucks PICKUP gine. Selling as is. Others Cummins turbo diesel, $2,500/obo. Call Kim afauto, air, tow package, ter 6 p.m. at C H E V: ‘ 0 1 S i l ve r a d o aux gauges, rear airbags 360-460-2634 1500. V8, 4.8L, 4x4, au- with remote in-cab comto, 152K, tool box, good pressor controls, AM/FM FORD: ‘96 F-350. 4x4 cond. $5,200. 477-5775. CD, newer 60.40 split crew cab. White, long seat with 8 way power, bed, 7.3 diesel. $4,800. CHEV ‘98 CHEYANNE chrome wheels with new 460-4986 or 460-4982 K2500 4X4 LONG BED tires. Hard to find older 5.7 liter (350) Vortec V8, Dodge turbo diesel! Ex- FORD: ‘96 Ranger Super cab, 4x4, 76K, exc. automatic transmission, pires 3-3-12. $6,650. (806)778-2797. nice alloy wheels, good V169171 r ubber, med mat, tow $3,495 GMC: ‘80 3/4 ton with lift package, AM/FM stereo. Dave Barnier o n b a ck . R u n s g o o d . Priced under Kelley Blue Auto Sales B o o k ! O n l y 9 5 , 0 0 0 *We Finance In House* $1,500/obo. 808-6893. miles! Clean and straight 452-6599 GMC: ‘94 Sierra SLE. inside and out! Great davebarnier.com 2WD, 3/4 ton, long bed, looking and driving pickw/shell, tow pkg. 122K. up! Last year of the Che- F O R D : 0 1 E x p l o r e r $3,850. (360)681-7055. vy 350 V8’s! Stop by Spor t truck. 148K mi., V6. $6,500. 670-3361. Gray Motors today! MAZDA: ‘84 Pickup. $6,995 FORD: ‘01 F250 Super $1,950. (360)452-5126. GRAY MOTORS Cab. 4x4, camper shell, MAZDA: ‘88 pickup with 457-4901 cargo rack, 12K lbs warn Topper. Very clean. graymotors.com winch, 116K mi. $9,950. $1,500. (806)778-2797. (360)821-1278 FORD: ‘00 Ranger X LT. 4 x 4 O f f R o a d FORD: ‘68 1/2 ton. Re9556 SUVs edition, 4.0 V6, 160K, built 300 ci, 6 cyl, 4 sp Others extended cab, auto, m a n . , c l e a r t i t l e w i t h tow, bedliner, clean. parts truck. $1,500. GMC: ‘84 Jimmy 4x4. $5,950. 457-4363. 360-808-2563 $500. 460-9776.

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9556 SUVs Others

CADILLAC: ‘02 Esca- FORD ‘00 EXPLORER XLT LIMITED 4X4 lade. Black, 6.0L V8, SPORT UTILITY 135K, totally loaded. 4.0 liter V6, automatic, $9,250. (360)477-5129. K&N filter, alloy wheels, CHEV: ‘00 Tahoe 4x4. tow ball, privacy glass, Low mi., great shape. r u n n i n g b o a r d s, r o o f $7,800/obo. Call before rack, power windows, door locks, mirrors, and 7 p.m. 360-477-6969. d r i ve r s s e a t , l e a t h e r C H E V : ‘ 0 0 Ta h o e LT. seating, CD stereo, air conditioning, cruise con4WD, 164K. $6,900. trol, tilt, dual front air(360)477-2501 bags. Kelley Blue Book va l u e o f $ 7 , 7 0 1 ! I m maculate condition inside and out! Only 98,000 miles! This Ford has been babied! LoadCHEV: ‘91 K5 Blazer. ed with options! Stop by 93k, Immaculate. Load- Gray Motors today! $6,995 ed, ALL original, 350FI, GRAY MOTORS Auto, 4x4, adult owned, 457-4901 non smoker, never off graymotors.com roaded. Build sheet, owner’s and shop manuals. Runs and Dr ives J E E P : ‘ 9 8 W r a n g l e r Sport. 89K hwy. mi. Like New. $9,500. $7,900. 360-580-1741 360-452-7439 TOYOTA: ‘94 4-Runner. Sunroof, lifted, big tires, power windows and seats, leather interior, good shape. $4,500. 452-9693 FORD: ‘84 Bronco 4x4. 300-SIX, 4 speed granny. $999/obo/trade. (360)681-2382 J E E P : ‘ 0 7 W r a n g l e r. 45K mi. Excellent cond., 4 door, new tires/brakes. $18,000. (360)461-4799. FORD: ‘90 Bronco Eddie Bauer. EFI 5.8, OD, posi., CD, clean, straight, exc! $2,500. 808-0153.

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NISSAN ‘00 PATHFINDER LE SPORT UTILITY 4X4 3.3 liter V6 engine, automatic transmission, alloy wheels, running boards, sunroof, roof rack, tinted windows, keyless entry, p owe r w i n d ow s, d o o r locks, and mirrors, power heated leather seats, cruise control, tilt, air conditioning, CD/cassette stereo, Delphi XM R a d i o r e c e i ve r, d u a l f r o n t a i r b a g s . Ke l l e y Blue Book value of $6,902! Sparkling clean inside and out! Shows the best of care! Priced to sell quick! Stop by Gray Motors today! $4,995 GRAY MOTORS 457-4901 graymotors.com

SUZUKI ‘07 XL7 ALL WD LIMITED PLATINUM EDITION SUZUKI: ‘89 Sidekick. V6, auto, dual air, tilt w h e e l , c r u i s e, p owe r 4WD, 2 dr, convertible. windows, locks, mirrors, $3,500. (360)460-6308. and dual power heated leather interior, NEED EXTRA seats, 3rd row seating, power CASH! sunroof, navigation system, AM/FM CD stacker, electronic traction and Sell your stability control, 17 inch Treasures! alloy wheels, roof rack, tow package, remote en360-452-8435 try and more! One week 1-800-826-7714 clearance special! Expires 3-3-12. V105420 www.peninsula $13,995 dailynews.com Dave Barnier Auto Sales *We Finance In House* PENINSULA 452-6599 CLASSIFIED davebarnier.com

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION SALE CHRYSLER: ‘05 Town OF CLALLAM COUNTY TAX TITLE PROPERTY a n d C o u n t r y LT D. 1 ow n e r, g r e a t c o n d . Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the Clallam County Commissioners, the Treasurer of 73,200 miles. $10,500. Clallam County will hold a public auction sale in the Commissioners Meeting Room in the Clallam County 360-683-1957 Courthouse, located at 223 East Fourth Street, Port Angeles, Washington, Thursday, March 15, 2012, at FORD: ‘88 van. 137K the hour of nine o’clock (9:00 a.m.) at which time and place she will sell to the highest bidder in accormi., wheelchair lift. dance with RCW 36.35.120 and RCW 36.34.080, the following described property in Clallam County. $2,599. (360)477-8474. This property is offered for sale as is, without title insurance issued through Clallam County. FORD: ‘92 E250 van. L a d d e r r a ck , i n t e r i o r Settlement is expected with verifiable funds within one hour of the sale. racks, good runner. If these conditions are not met, it will result in a resale at approximately 10:30 a.m. on the same day. $1,800. 360-460-9257. Tax Title Parcel for Sale FORD: ‘93 Aerostar Ext. Tax Title Parcel for Sale Parcel #072908 140310 Parcel #053021 120050 Cargo van. 3.0L, V6, Described as Tax#4567 SESENE & eases 0.10a Described as S15’of NENWNE 0.22a shelving and headache Minimum Bid: $3,085. Minimum Bid: $1344.00 rack, ladder rack, runs good, 5 speed stick. $1,500/obo. Tax Title Parcel for Sale 360-808-6706 Parcel #053021 110075 Described as S15’of S2NWNENE .22a TOYOTA : ‘ 9 8 S i e n n a . Minimum Bid $1344.00 218K, strong, tow pkg., great running/looking. Resolution No. 20, 2012 $2,750. (360)301-3223. Selinda Barkhuis, Clallam County Treasurer 9931 Legal Notices Pub: Feb. 26, March 4, 11, 2012

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Summary of Ordinance Adopted by the Port Angeles City Council On February 21, 2012 Ordinance No. 3446 An Ordinance of the City of Port Angeles, Washington, regarding ethical standards for municipal officials and officers. The full texts of the Ordinances are available at City Hall in the City Clerk’s office, on the City’s website at www.cityofpa.us, or will be mailed upon request. Office hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. These Ordinances shall take effect five days following the date of publication by summary. Janessa Hurd City Clerk Pub: Feb. 26, 2012

9935 General Legals LEGAL NOTICE T h e Q u i n a u l t Fa m i l y Services Depar tment hereby notifies Hannah Swift that her presence is required on March 13, 2012, at the hour of 2:30 p.m. for a hearing in the Quinault Children’s Court in Taholah, Grays Harbor County, Washington, Case No. CV11-201, 202, 203. For more information, please call (360) 276-8215, ext. 222 or 390 Pub: Feb. 26, March, 4, 11, 2012

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File No.: 7037.73045 Grantors: Northwest Trustee Services, Inc. JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, successor by merger to Chase Home Finance LLC Grantee: John C. Schmitz, as his separate estate Ref to DOT Auditor File No.: 2006-1193663 and modified on 4/29/08 under Auditor’s File No. 2008-1220185 Tax Parcel ID No.: 042902-330155 Abbreviated Legal: pcl. 15, svy. 17/30 Notice of Trustee’s Sale Pursuant to the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq. I. On March 30, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. inside the main lobby of the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 East 4th Street in the City of Port Angeles, State of Washington, the undersigned Trustee (subject to any conditions imposed by the Trustee) will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, payable at time of sale, the following described real property “Property�, situated in the County(ies) of Clallam, State of Washington: Lot 15 “Horizon Hills� survey, as recorded on February 27, 1990, in Volume 17 of Surveys, Page 30, under Clallam County recording no. 629375, being a survey of a portion of the West half of section 2, Township 29 North, Range 4 West, W.M., Clallam County, Washington. Now known as: Parcel 15 of Horizon Hills survey, as recorded on February 27, 1990, in Volume 17 of Surveys, Page 30, under Clallam County recording no. 629375, being a survey of a portion of the West half of Section 2, Township 29 North, Range 4 West, W.M., Clallam County, Washington; except that portion of Lot 15, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Southeast corner of Lot 15; thence North 87 degrees 25’ 28� West, along the South line of Said Lot 15, a distance of 103.89 feet to the True Point of Beginning; Thence continuing along Said South line North 87 degrees 25’ 28� West a distance of 372.25 feet to the West line of said Parcel 15 At the East right-of-way line of Lost Mountain Road; Thence through a curve to the left having a Radial bearing in of South 81 degrees 17’ 09� West, a delta of 3 degrees 43’ 20�, a radius of 602.93 feet, an arc Length of 39.18 feet and a radial bearing out of North 77 degrees 33’ 4 9 East; Thence South 32 degrees 02’ 57� East, a distance of 12.03 feet; Thence South 22 degrees 02’ 49� East, a distance of 26.84 feet; Thence South 87 degrees 25’ 28� East, a distance of 162.25 feet; Thence North 25 degrees 17’ 40� East, a distance of 88.09 feet; Thence South 82 degrees 14’ 13� East, a distance of 69.54 feet; Thence South 82 degrees 52’ 01� East, a distance of 87.76 feet; Thence South 07 degrees 36’ 35� West, a distance of 73.00 feet to the True Point of Beginning; together with that portion of Parcel 16 of “Horizon Hills� Survey recorded on February 27, 1990 in Volume 17 of Surveys, page 30 under Clallam County Recording No. 629375, being a Survey of a portion of the West half of Section 2, Township 29, Range 4 West, Clallam County, Washington, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Northeast corner of Parcel 16; Thence North 87 degrees 25’ 28� West, along the North Line of said Lot 16, a distance of 254.30 feet to the True Point of Beginning; Thence continuing North 87 degrees 25’ 28� West a distance of 200.62 feet; Thence South 07 degrees 36’ 35� East, a distance of 76.21 feet; Thence South 87 degrees 25’ 28� East, a distance of 205.86 feet; Thence North 11 degrees 26’ 17� West, a distance of 77.30 feet to the True Point of Beginning. Situate in the County of Clallam, State of Washington. Commonly known as: 234 Horizon Hills Rd. Sequim, WA 98382 which is subject to that certain Deed of Trust dated 12/22/06, recorded on 12/28/06, under Auditor’s File No. 2006-1193663 and modified on 4/29/08 under Auditor’s File No. 2008-1220185, records of Clallam County, Washington, from John C. Schmitz, a married man as his separate estate, as Grantor, to Clallam Title Co., as Trustee, to secure an obligation “Obligation� in favor of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc solely as nominee for Professional Mortgage Inc., as Beneficiary, the beneficial interest in which was assigned by Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee of Lender, its successors and assigns to Chase Home Finance LLC, under an Assignment/Successive Assignments recorded under Auditor’s File No. 2010-1260583. *The Tax Parcel ID number and Abbreviated Legal Description are provided solely to comply with the recording statutes and are not intended to supplement, amend or supersede the Property’s full legal description provided herein. II. No action commenced by the Beneficiary of the Deed of Trust is now pending to seek satisfaction of the Obligation in any Court by reason of the Grantor’s or Borrower’s default on the Obligation. III. The Beneficiary alleges default of the Deed of Trust for failure to pay the following amounts now in arrears and/or other defaults: Amount due to reinstate by 12/23/2011 Monthly Payments $74,951.45 Lender’s Fees & Costs $777.43 Total Arrearage $75,728.88 Trustee’s Expenses (Itemization) Trustee’s Fee $675.00 Title Report $1,060.15 Statutory Mailings $29.12 Recording Costs $29.00 Postings $70.00 Total Costs $1,863.27 Total Amount Due: $77,592.15 Other known defaults as follows: IV. The sum owing on the Obligation is: Principal Balance of $401,656.55, together with interest as provided in the note or other instrument evidencing the Obligation from 11/01/09, and such other costs and fees as are due under the Obligation, and as are provided by statute. V. The Property will be sold to satisfy the expense of sale and the Obligation as provided by statute. The sale will be made without representation or warranty, express or implied regarding title, possession, encumbrances or condition of the Property on March 30, 2012. The default(s) referred to in paragraph III, together with any subsequent payments, late charges, advances costs and fees thereafter due, must be cured by 03/19/12 (11 days before the sale date), to cause a discontinuance of the sale. The sale will be discontinued and terminated if at any time before the close of the Trustee’s business on 03/19/12 (11 days before the sale date), the default(s) as set forth in paragraph III, together with any subsequent payments, late charges, advances, costs and fees thereafter due, is/are cured and the Trustee’s fees and costs are paid. The sale may be terminated any time after 03/19/12 (11 days before the sale date), and before the sale by the Borrower, Grantor, any Guarantor or the holder of any recorded junior lien or encumbrance paying the entire balance of principal and interest secured by the Deed of Trust, plus costs, fees, and advances, if any made pursuant to the terms of the obligation and/or Deed of Trust. VI. A written notice of default was transmitted by the Beneficiary or Trustee to the Borrower and Grantor at the following address(es): NAME AND ADDRESS John C. Schmitz 234 Horizon Hills Rd Sequim, WA 98382 John C. Schmitz PO Box 675 Port Angeles, WA 98362 Unknown Spouse and/or Domestic Partner of John C. Schmitz 234 Horizon Hills Rd Sequim, WA 98382 Unknown Spouse and/or Domestic Partner of John C. Schmitz PO Box 675 Port Angeles, WA 98362 by both first class and either certified mail, return receipt requested on 12/10/10, proof of which is in the possession of the Trustee; and on 12/11/10 Grantor and Borrower were personally served with said written notice of default or the written notice of default was posted on a conspicuous place on the real property described in paragraph I above, and the Trustee has possession of proof of such service or posting. VII. The Trustee, whose name and address are set forth below, will provide in writing to anyone requesting it a statement of all foreclosure costs and trustee’s fees due at any time prior to the sale. VIII. The effect of the sale will be to deprive the Grantor and all those who hold by, through or under the Grantor of all their right, title and interest in the Property. IX. Anyone having any objection to the sale on any grounds whatsoever will be afforded an opportunity to be heard as to those objections if they bring a lawsuit to restrain the sale pursuant to RCW 61.24.130. Failure to bring such a lawsuit may result in a waiver of any proper grounds for invalidating the Trustee’s sale. X. NOTICE TO OCCUPANTS OR TENANTS - The purchaser at the Trustee’s Sale is entitled to possession of the property on the 20th day following the sale, as against the Grantor under the Deed of Trust (the owner) and anyone having an interest junior to the deed of trust, including occupants who are not tenants. After the 20th day following the sale the purchaser has the right to evict occupants who are not tenants by summary proceedings under Chapter 59.12 RCW. For tenant-occupied property, the purchaser shall provide a tenant with written notice in accordance with RCW 61.24.060. The trustee’s rules of auction may be accessed at www.northwesttrustee.com and are incorporated by this reference. You may also access sale status at www.northwesttrustee.com and www.USA-Foreclosure.com. EFFECTIVE: 12/23/2011 Northwest Trustee Services, Inc., Trustee Authorized Signature P.O. BOX 997 Bellevue, WA 98009-0997 Contact: Becky Baker (425) 586-1900. (TS# 7037.73045) 1002.179285-File Pub: Feb. 26, March 18, 2012

NO 12-4-00794 0 SEA NOTICE TO CREDITORS RCW 11.40.010 & .030 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KING ESTATE OF JOANN S. LOEHR, Deceased. THE PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE NAMED BELOW has been appointed as Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, represent the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the personal representative or the personal representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) thirty days after the personal representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020 (1)(c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and RCW 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. 9932 Port Angeles Date of First Publication: Feb. 26, 2012 Legals Personal Representative: Carol R. Sanders Attorneys for Personal Representative: CITY OF PORT ANGELES Robert P. Morrison, WSBA #23863 321 East Fifth Street Short Cressman & Burgess PLLC Port Angeles, WA 98362 999 Third avenue, Suite 3000 NOTICE OF DECISION Seattle, WA 98104-4088 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on February 22, Telephone (206) 682-3333 2012, the City of Port Angeles Planning Commis- Pub: Feb. 26, March 4, 11, 2012 sion approved a Shoreline Substantial Development Permit for the City of Port Angeles to develop public amenities along the Port Angeles waterfront including a pedestrian walkway esplanade, expansion and redevelopment of Hollywood Beach, a new west end park near the Valley Creek Estuary, and a pedestrian bridge from Municipal Pier to the west side of Peabody Creek. Appeal of this decision must be made within 14 days of this notice that is dated February 23, 2012, to the City of Port Angeles Department of Community and Economic Development.

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any of us wonder how things may have turned out if certain events in our lives had unfolded differently. One man finds out the answer as he lives two parallel lives in a highly anticipated new NBC series. After a tragic car accident, Michael Britten finds himself straddling two realities: one in which his son dies and his wife survives, and another in which his wife dies and his son lives. His stories unfold in the new drama “Awake,” premiering Thursday, March 1. British actor Jason Isaacs stars as Britten, who begins to lead a sort of double life as he tries to pick up the pieces in each reality. The one thing both worlds have in common is his job as a police detective, though he works with different partners in each. As he solves crimes, he begins to link clues that cross over from one reality to the other, deepening the mystery. He uses colored wristbands to help him keep his lives separate. In the reality in which his wife survived, he wears a red band on his wrist. He and his beloved Hannah (Laura Allen) discuss the possibility of having another child. Meanwhile, Britten clocks in alongside Detective “Bird” Freeman (Steve Harris) and tries to make sense of his new reality with the help of bureau-assigned therapist Dr. John Lee (BD Wong). In his life with his son, Rex (Dylan Minnette), Britten wears a green wristband and works with Detective Vega (Wilmer Valderrama). He struggles to deal with his son’s attempt to replace his mother with his tennis coach, Tara (Michaela McManus). Dr. Judith Evans (Cherry Jones) counsels the detective in his quest to untangle the two worlds. Not to be confused with the 2007 Hayden Christensen movie of the same

name, the idea behind “Awake,” originally titled “REM,” isn’t completely unprecedented. In 1998, Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow starred in the feature film “Sliding Doors,” which boasted a similar premise about a woman whose life unfolds differently in two parallel universes depending on whether or not she catches a train. A few years ago, bringing that sort of avant-garde twist to the small screen would have been considered a big risk, but the move appears to follow a recent prime-time trend. The networks are now banking on the popularity of such dramas that dance on the edge of science fiction. Of course, sci-fi TV is nothing new. “The Twilight Zone” has been around for generations, in many different incarnations. No one could argue “The X-Files” was one of the most popular shows of the ‘90s, but what’s changed is the recent prevalence of series that combine the two genres. Straight-up dramas are making way for shows with time-

“prime” universe’s characters exist as dopplegangers. Such plots can be difficult to follow, but what helps in “Fringe’s” case is a captivating cast. The Fox series relies on the talents of beauty Anna Torv as Agent Olivia Dunham, and her fellow Australian John Noble, as mad scientist Walter Bishop. Former teen heartthrob Joshua Jackson rounds out the main cast as Bishop’s mysterious son, Peter. “Awake” also boasts its own eclectic mix of talent. Fans of the “Harry Potter” films should recognize lead Isaacs as villain Lucius Malfoy, though TV viewers may know him best as Michael Caffee from the critically acclaimed Showtime series “Brotherhood.” Isaacs has often played evil and malicious characters, including “The Patriot” (2000) and “Dragonheart” (1996). Starring as Britten’s better half Hannah is Allen, who appeared in a few episodes of the USA hit “The 4400,” as well as “Mona Lisa Smile” (2003) and “Old Dogs” (2009). Harris is most famous for his role as attorney Eugene Young in “The Practice” and has appeared in such films as “Quarantine” (2008) and “Minority Report” (2002). Tony winner Wong should have no problems playing a therapist; he spent 11 years as forensic psychiatrist Dr. George Huang in “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.” He also voiced Captain Li Shang in Disney’s “Mulan” Laura Allen (1998) and stars as its straightHannah in to-video “Awake” sequel in 2004. PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

traveling, supernatural and alternate-reality twists and turns that have been seen in the likes of “Fringe,” “Terra Nova” and “Grimm” — perhaps prompted in some part by the smashing success of ABC’s now defunct but-still-much-talked-about “Lost.” No longer are such shows relegated to late night or specialty sci-fi channels. Fox’s “Fringe” in particular offers a similar take as “Awake” with its fractured reality and parallel universes. The series originally followed a division of the FBI that investigated unusual or inexplicable cases (sound familiar?). But the story now encompasses a secondary dimension in which most of the


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azzling special effects, colossal explosions and heartpounding action are key to packing cinema seats and drawing in the serious cash. But on Oscar night, Tinseltown’s brightest stars gather together to honor those few exceptional films that stand out above the rest. Broadcasting live from the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, the 84th Annual Academy Awards airs Sunday, Feb. 26 on ABC. Last year’s hosts were Anne Hathaway and James Franco, but they received a lot of negative feedback — the Hollywood Reporter called them “distant” and “uninterested.” With that in mind, it seems the producers decided to go with a familiar face and a sure thing for the 2012 ceremony. Funny man Billy Crystal

is back hosting the gala for the ninth time — second only to Bob Hope’s 18 hosting appearances. “I’m thrilled to welcome Billy back to the Oscar stage,” said academy’s Tom Sherak. “He’s a comic legend and Oscar icon, and it feels good to have him back where he belongs.” Best-known for his roles in comedic films such as “When Harry Met Sally” (1989) and “City Slickers” (1991), Crystal gets the ball rolling with his trademark wit when he explains why he took the job: “Some of the best moments of my career have happened on the Oscar stage. I am thrilled to be back there. Actually, I am doing this so that the young woman in my pharmacy will stop asking me my name when I pick up my prescriptions.” But the true stars of the evening are the films themselves and the actors who make them shine. Martin Scorsese’s 3-D

adventure “Hugo,” about a lone boy who lives in a Paris railway station, leads the pack with 11 total nominations. The mostly silent French drama “The Artist” follows closely behind with 10. Sports biopic “Moneyball” and Steven Spielberg’s First World War epic “War Horse” round out the top earners with six nods each. Two years ago, the best picture race was expanded from five to 10 films vying for the top spot, a move that was designed to drum up excitement and draw in more viewers. This year though, the producers decided to add some flexibility to the category by allowing anywhere from five to 10 nominees. The best flicks list maxes out at nine this year, and those competing to take home the top honor of the night are: “The Artist,” “The Descendants,” “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” “The Help,” “Hugo,” “Midnight in

Paris,” “Moneyball,” “The Tree of Life” and “War Horse.” For the first time since 2008, no major blockbusters made the shortlist for best film. At the time the nominees were announced, only “The Help” had surpassed the $100 million mark. Staying true to its roots, the academy tends to favor subtler films that explore the complexities of human drama and actors with sufficient chops to play it all out. Leading ladies Viola Davis (“The Help”), Rooney Mara (“The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”) and Michelle Williams (“My Week With Marilyn”) face stiff competition for best actress from legends Glenn Close, who played a woman living as a man in 19thcentury Ireland in “Albert Nobbs,” and Meryl Streep, who portrayed British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in “The Iron Lady.”Once again proving her exceptional

Billy Crystal returns to host the 84th Annual Academy Awards acting ability, Streep has racked up her 17th Oscar nomination, more than anyone has ever received, though she only has two wins. Fellow A-lister George Clooney has a best supporting actor award already under his belt for “Syriana” (2005), but he has a chance to take home best actor this year for “The Descendants.” It won’t be easy though, as he’s up against Brad Pitt (“Moneyball”), who has been nominated twice before but has yet to win. Rounding out the competition are Demian Bichir (“A Better

Life”), Jean Dujardin (“The Artist”) and Gary Oldman (“Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy”). The popular Oscars app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch makes a comeback this year with some nifty new features. Viewers can enhance their Oscar experience by choosing which cameras to watch and switching between them on the fly. Also making the event more interactive is the “Oscar My Picks” game, in which users try to predict category winners before they are presented. The app can be downloaded for free from itunes.com/appstore.

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Q: I have seen promos for the new “Dallas” series launching this summer. Interviews with Larry Hagman, Linda Gray and Patrick Duffy reveal that they have been keeping in touch and are very good friends. What happened to Victoria Principal? She is never mentioned and apparently will not be in the new series. A: There seem to be mixed messages coming from the producers and cast of the new “Dallas” (which premieres this summer on TNT) about Victoria Principal returning. In an interview posted on TVSeriesFinale.com in July, Patrick Duffy (who is definitely returning to play Bobby Ewing, who was widowed when Principal’s character, Pam, died in a fiery car accident) said that Principal would not likely be back, though he pointed out the obvious fact that you can never say “never” with “Dallas.” “I think the producers implied that she died, and unless there’s another shower scene — which I don’t know if we could pull off twice — I don’t think that character’s gonna return.” He was referring, of course, to the scene where his character, thought to be dead, emerges from the shower, revealing that all of Season 8 happened in Pam’s dreams. However, TVLine.com reports that, when asked at a Television Critics Association event last month whether Principal would be returning, executive producer Cynthia Cidre said, “I don’t know yet.” Intriguingly, she went on to add that, in the storyline of the new series, Pam did not actually die in the crash. That begs the question of who they’ll get to play her. As for whether or not Principal stayed friends with the other cast members, that’s hard to say, but they all seemed to be pretty friendly in the 2004 special “Dallas Reunion: Return to Southfork.” The show opened with a scene of all of the main cast members meeting up and embracing on the lawn in front of the Southfork Ranch house (with Larry Hagman arriving in fine J.R. form, via helicopter).

RETURN TO PARADISE: The man with the legendary mustache is proving that he’s still a prime property for prime time. While CBS has been keeping him busy as a star of “Blue Bloods,” actor Tom Selleck has also stayed active in his popular side-project as a different top cop. He’ll return as police chief Jesse Stone when the network airs “Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt” on Sunday, May 20. This will be the eighth smallscreen release within the telefilm series, which started in 2005 with “Stone Cold.” As with all of the previous titles, Selleck will star as the title character and also serve as an executive producer for “Benefit of the Doubt.” Michael Brandman is back on board as the other executive producer, and the two men share writing credits for the new title, just as they did for four of the others in the franchise. “Jesse Stone: Thin Ice” (2009), however, was penned by Selleck himself. The “Jesse Stone” novels were created by the late Robert B. Parker, which Brandman has continued since Parker’s passing. In this new release, Stone is struggling to regain his position as police chief in Paradise, Mass., and is also confronted with a mound of confusing evidence and clues connected to a mob-related double murder.

Q: Is the guy who played the teacher in “Super 8” the same actor who played the science teacher in “Gremlins”? If so, is that a coincidence? A: It is indeed the same actor, Glynn Turman, playing both professors, and it seems unlikely that it was a coincidence. It’s unlikely because both films were produced by screen legend Steven Spielberg, and because J.J. Abrams, who directed the 2011 hit “Super 8,” said in interviews that he was consciously paying homage to Spielberg’s great sci-fi films of the ‘70s and ‘80s. In an interview with entertainment site AVClub.com, Turman himself said the same when discussing how he was cast in “Super 8.” “He never actually said it was because I was in ‘Gremlins,’ but, yes, absolutely J.J. was paying homage to Steven Spielberg, his idol.” Both parts were incredibly brief — he only got a few minutes of screen time in each — but nonetheless they’re likely Turman’s bestknown roles. That said, he’s had more than 100 others in film and on TV. These days he’s starring on the offbeat Showtime dramedy “House of Lies” opposite Hollywood hotshot Don Cheadle, playing Cheadle’s father. Other notable roles include Mayor Royce on the hit cop series “The Wire,” and Col. Brad Taylor on the “Cosby Show” spinoff “A Different World.”

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In “Benefit of the Doubt,” Selleck is rejoined by Kathy Baker, Kohl Sudduth, Stephen McHattie, William Devane, William Sadler, Gloria Reuben and Saul Rubine, who have all appeared in the telefilms before. Newcomers Robert Carradine (1984’s “Revenge of the Nerds”) and Jeff Geddis (“Being Erica”) join the cast for “Benefit of the Doubt.” Selleck has had a long and successful career and is probably best-known for starring in “Magnum, P.I.” However, he’s done many memorable guest arcs in other series, including “Friends,” “Boston Legal” and “The Closer.” GOD’S NEW GAME: For those who have ever searched for a way to make church studies more fun, GSN is offering a solution. The cabler recently announced it has begun production for “The American Bible Challenge,” a new game show that tests contestants’ knowledge of the Holy Book and celebrates its impact on American culture. While the win- ner won’t be given a free

pass into heaven, the individual will go home with prize money to benefit his or her faith community. The game show’s premiere date has yet to be released. RelativityREAL’s Tom Forman and Embassy Row’s Michael Davies will be executive producers of the game show, with Nick Stuart and Maura Dunbar of Odyssey Networks serving as consulting producers. “This is going to be a really fun project that Bible enthusiasts will love,” said Dunbar. “It’s an opportunity to celebrate the Bible, share stories of faith and make a hugely entertaining show that will appeal to a large segment of the population.” Forman brings a lot of TV success to the table, having already won two Emmys and two People’s Choice Awards for his work as executive producer of the family-friendly ABC series “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.” He’s also developed such cable hits as “Little Chocolatiers,” “Cellblock 6: Female Lock Up” and “Police Women of Maricopa County” and its three spinoffs. Davies has been behind many hit shows as well, including “The Glee Project,” “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” and “Wife Swap.” “’The American Bible Challenge’ celebrates America’s passion for the Bible in an entertaining, unconventional format that makes the Good Book more accessible to the whole family,” said GSN’s Amy Introcaso-Davis. “We have assembled a first-rate producing team and we’re looking forward to this timely concept coming to fruition.”

and the new show has proven to be so popular that the network has already signed on for a second season, mere weeks after the Season 1 finale episode aired. The cabler has placed an order for 12 new episodes, which will send flippers Doug Clark and Mike Baird back to the housing auctions to scoop up more foreclosed properties. The men often purchase the homes without even seeing them — a necessary evil when trying to compete in the bidding wars — and have dealt with everything from stubborn squatters, biohazards, meth labs, gang members, and severe damage when starting on a new project. It’ll be interesting to see what kind of trouble the guys run into in the sophomore season. Clark and Baird are based out of Utah, and shooting for the series occurs in and around Salt Lake City. The duo have proven to have great appeal among viewers by offering tips and analysis as they work through each project. For them, it isn’t just about showing off their skills as flippers; they also aim to educate others on how to do the job right. “Flip Men” is part of a new string of original programming for Spike, which also includes “Auction Hunters,” “Bar Rescue” and “Ink Master,” that collectively aim to expand Spike’s viewership appeal while staying abreast with developing cable trends.

PROFITABLE PROPERTY: The global financial crisis and America’s soft real estate market have encouraged a curious trend to develop in recent years: house flipping. And cable television has Tom been along for the ride Selleck for years, nurturing this returns new industry and turnin “Jesse ing successful flippers Stone: into celebrities. Benefit of Spike hopped on the Doubt” the bandwagon with “Flip Men” last year, PENINSULA DAILY NEWS


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9:00 p.m.

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America’s Next Top Model (11) KSTW

9:00 p.m.

Young women from across the pond join the new group of aspiring models in this season premiere. Guest judge Kelly Osbourne joins the panel as Tyra Banks, Kelly Cutrone and Nigel Barker try to find the best model among the new girls.

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10:00 p.m.

When Det. Benson’s halfbrother Simon shows up in New York, he asks her for help in a legal battle. With Child Services threatening to take away his children, Benson asks Ellis to help Simon. Also, a homeless couple finds an abandoned baby.

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9:00 p.m.

The Planet Express crew joins together to figure out why there is a tattoo of Bender on Fry’s body in this full-length feature. When it turns out to be the secret to time travel, Bender’s greed takes over. Meanwhile, Leela finds true love.

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essengers, one after another, have whispered two things to Jeff Tocher. Believe in your talent. Use it to start anew. One of the first messengers spoke to him one wet, cold spring day in Seattle’s Pioneer Square. There, Tocher was a homeless drunk looking for $1.35. That would buy him a 40-ouncer, a bottle of malt liquor to get him through the afternoon. A passer-by told him: Sure, I’ll give you the money, if you’ll come have a bowl of soup with me. They sat outdoors — Tocher knew his clothes stank, so he didn’t want to go inside the cafe — and talked a bit. The man asked Tocher, then 37, how he ended up on the street. Tocher admitted that after hitting bottom, he had been ready to go to a treatment center in Camas. He had planned to take the bus there; instead he’d gotten drunk again, and the driver wouldn’t let him on board. “Don’t give up. There must be someone you can call,” the soup man said. Nope, no one, Tocher replied at first. Then: OK, my father lives in Sequim, just across the water — but I can’t call him. I’ve let him down one time too many. Just try one call, said the soup man. I’ll give you the change.

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So there they stood, pouring quarters into a pay telephone, to reach Tocher’s father. Retired Army Col. Patrick Tocher answered, and his son simply said, “Dad, I screwed up again.” The response came quickly. “Stay right there. I’ll come get you.” While he waited for his father to arrive on the ferry, Tocher took the $1.35 from the soup man; the two said goodbye, and Tocher gave the money to some guy he knew from Pioneer Square. He remembers how, for once, he didn’t want that bottle of beer. Tocher’s dad picked him up, took him back to his home in Sequim, where they contacted the Camas treatment center. He got there the following week, and

the program director gave him a statistic: Of each class of 30 people who come here, only two get and stay sober. But you are going to be one of those two, she told Tocher. She was another messenger, like the Seattle soup man. And Tocher did stay sober. He spent a month in the rehabilitation center, then returned to Sequim. He attended Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, went looking for work — and turned back to art.

College studies During the late 1980s, Tocher had studied for a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Georgia at Athens. He chose the place after moving around the

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Jeff Tocher peers through one of the lenses on his painting of John Lennon at The Landing Art Gallery in Port Angeles. country throughout boyhood, as the son of a career military man. But Tocher stopped just short of graduating, after getting a D grade in his French course. The university placed him on academic probation, and two quarters’ worth of French short of his degree, he decided to take off for Atlanta, where he got married and worked in construction. He held down jobs, though each day ended at the local bar. “We were big partiers,” he said of himself and his then-wife. “Suddenly, it became a mess.” It’s 1993 now. Tocher loses his job; he and his wife begin divorce proceedings. Then he gets a phone call from his father, with the news that his mother had suffered a stroke. The family

Tocher and his painting “Port Townsend State of Mind.”

later learned that she had cancer that had brought on the stroke; she died in 1995. Tocher moved to Sequim to be close to his father and rented a house near downtown. He did some painting, including the murals inside Las Palomas, the Mexican restaurant at 1085 E. Washington St. And though he wanted to do more such work, he was “all talk,” since he was still devoted to drinking. He left Sequim for Seattle, where things fell apart again.

Return by rescue After he returned to Sequim in 1999 — rescued by the soup man and by his father, Tocher received another message. This one, from the Blue Whole Gallery cooperative, seemed negative at first. The Sequim cooperative turned down his application for membership. Tocher didn’t win enough votes from the members, as some saw his work as too dark and depressing. “I took the criticism to heart,” he recalls. “Maybe it was time to lighten up.” Easier said than done. Tocher had been painting dark. There were large abstract paintings, done outdoors, until his backyard looked like one big Jackson Pollock canvas. But around the same time, Tocher found a new job, a job that would turn out to be the right one at the right time. First Step Family Support Center’s Nita Lynn hired him to drive the First Step shuttle van for single parents attending classes at the center. He later looked after the children during class sessions, having impressed Lynn with his natural ability with kids. “He had a very caring way

about him,” remembered Lynn, who is still executive director of First Step. “He is this great, big guy, who is very gentle and playful . . . and that came out even more” as time went on. “It was really nice,” Lynn added, “to have a caring male to interact with the kids,” many of whom are children of single mothers. Tocher began teaching art classes for 4-, 5- and 6-year-olds. This too delighted Lynn, who watched the youngsters grow to adore their instructor. They would be walking downtown with their parents, Lynn recalled, and they would see Tocher, yel,l “JEFF!” and leap into his arms. Tocher taught his students how to use brushes and colors — and gave them the whole world of art, Lynn said.

Artistic support group Around the same time, Tocher got to know the group of local artists who banded together to open Gallery 9, the cooperative in downtown Port Townsend. One day, right after a gallery members’ planning meeting, Tocher stepped out onto Water Street and saw a river otter crossing the road. “That otter stood up and looked me dead in the eye,” Tocher remembered. Then, message delivered, it went on its way. A painting had formed in Tocher’s mind: a whimsical yet iconic image of four creatures crossing the street, as the Beatles had crossed Abbey Road. He spent the next two weeks working on “Otter Road,” the canvas that would bring him somewhere new again. TURN

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Toddler can’t connect with traveling dad MY HUSBAND’S JOB requires him to travel out of town for two weeks at a time. Our daughter is only 2 and seems to have a hard time connecting to her dad once he returns. Any tips on building a better relationship between them while he is gone?

Missouri mom My husband was in the U.S. Navy when our children were very young. I made a recording of him reading all their favorite stories. It played each night when I put our sons to bed if he was gone. They knew their dad through his voice when he returned and reconnected

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erator. This way, when dad appears, the child doesn’t expect someone their size and become afraid. — Cheryl Cobb in Holts Summit, Mo.

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Jodie Lynn quickly. This is before cellphones. Also, put a picture on the refrigerator showing their dad with each child, both children or the family. Talk about him and point to the picture. Since most adults seem big to young children, remember to put the picture up high on the refrig-

Being 2 is no easy task. This is the age where children are more or less finally coming to terms with the idea that they are a separate individual from mom and dad and are asserting a tad more independence. However, this separation from parents, commonly referred to as separation anxiety, can be pretty traumatic for some. So in essence, she is deal-

ing with two big challenges at the same time which may make the current situation a little more intense. For example, even though she is already experiencing difficulty with separation from you but is learning that you will appear again later the same day, her dad is absent and at the end of the day she still does not get to see him. Therefore, it’s important to keep her daily routines and bedtime rituals as close to normal as possible when your husband is away traveling. This also means that if there are certain things that her dad usually does with her or for her on a daily or nightly

basis, it’s a good idea to try to keep his involvement intact as much as you can by either hearing his voice, seeing his face or both. There are various applications on cellphones that will allow her to see her dad when he talks, sings or shares a story with her and vice versa. You can also consider video chat on computers via a free program like Skype. Make recordings of his voice singing a song or reading a story, as suggested above and play them whenever the two of you are home without him. I also like the tip above about putting a picture on the fridge and talking of

him often.

Can you help? My 18-month-old toddler is driving me nuts with being all over the place when his diaper needs to be changed. It seems trivial, but there has to be a way to keep him still so we can get done quicker. What am I missing?

_______ Jodie Lynn shares parenting tips through her weekly column. Write her at Parent to Parent, 2464 Taylor Road, Suite 131, Wildwood, MO 63040 or direct2 contact@parenttoparent.com via e-mail. Tips and questions can also be sent through the contact form at ParentToParent.com.

Boyfriend won’t give away his virginity

Mid-30s virgin It was as friends that Chris confided to Chrissy that he was a virgin. He was in his mid-30s, so he wasn’t up for a starring role in the “40-Year-Old Virgin” yet, but it was pretty unusual to Chrissy. She’d lost her virginity her senior year of high school along with most of their friends. To them, virginity was

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something to get past so they could get on with the real stuff of life. They weren’t saving it. They were giving it away. Chris saw virginity as something very different. To him, it was sacred. It was something to be saved so it could be shared with one special person at the perfect time, in the perfect place. As friends, Chrissy and Chris discussed this often. “I didn’t think he was right and I was wrong or I was right and he was wrong,” says Chrissy. “I just saw us as two people with very different views. And that was fine until Chrissy and Chris became romantic partners. Chrissy was Chris’s first real girlfriend. They dated and there was some hugging and kissing, but no sex. And then they decided to move in together. “I just assumed that I was the special person that Chris was saving his virginity for, and our very own apartment was the perfect

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“After a month, I told him either we have a physical relationship — including sex — or I would move out. We made an actual date!” Chrissy says. “I bought a beautiful nightgown, a good bottle of wine, candles. I put on music. He said he had a stomachache. It was nerves. “We made another date. This time, I was much more casual. We were sitting on the couch watching TV, and I started stroking his arm and then his neck and back and shoulders. He was so tense I actually felt sorry for him. “After a few minutes, I said to him, ‘This isn’t going to work, is it?’” she says. “He said, ‘No.’ “I now believe ‘saving it for the right person’ was just a handy excuse. He has deep-seated emotional problems that make him afraid of a physical relationship,” she says. “He

gotten those late night drunken calls from him, telling me he still loves me and how much he misses me. Then, we pretend not to care and say cruel things to each other, things we don’t really mean. But something inside me tells me it’s true — he does miss me and love me. “I’m the type of person who usually lets go easily and moves on,” she says. “I always figured if I was able to get over my daughter’s father, whom I was in love with for eight years, then I should be able to get over anyone. “But with Manny, it’s been so hard. Our relationship only lasted four months, but it seemed like four years. It was too good to be true.” Hi Maria, it’s Cheryl with a sharp pin to burst your big, fat bubble. Manny doesn’t love you. If he loved you, he’d be with you. He’s a low-life scum, and you’re lucky you’re not baby mama No. 3. The next time he drunkdials you, hang up!

________ Cheryl Lavin compiles Tales from the Front at her home office in Arizona, where she writes a blog at www.talesfromthefront.com. Her column appears weekly in Peninsula Woman.

Boyfriend’s nose-blowing reminds woman of goose DEAR JOHN: I’M in my late 20s. Currently, I’m dating a really sweet guy. My problem: When he blows his nose — which is often — he sounds like a honking goose. It’s gotten to the point where I find it John Gray annoying. Your opinion counts because maybe I just being You are definitely in touchy stage 2 of dating, when the — Too Sensitive giddiness of a new relationin Raleigh, N.C. ship is replaced by an assessment of those nigDear Too Sensitive: gling traits we all have, Obviously, he has allergies and it is coming in loud — poor guy. I do, too. and clear — pun intended

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was way too soon,” she says. “But when it’s really love, you just know it. “All our friends commented on how lucky we were to have found each Maria and Manny other. They said that we Maria is 33-years-old. were the perfect couple — She says she’s had her that we were meant for one heart stomped on a couple another.” of times, but she’s always Neither Maria nor been strong and moved on. Manny was new at love. He “I was content to remain had two children from two single and focus on my different women. Maria daughter and myself,” she had her daughter. She told saiys. him about the men who’d And then she ran into been in her life; he told her Manny. about the women in his. He was an old friend from high school. They Acceptance exchanged phone numbers and started texting. They “We accepted each other. were both going to their Everything was perfect, a high school reunion, so dream come true,” she says. they decided to go together. And then Manny “We hit it off right started acting just a bit difaway,” she says. “The night ferently. The kind of thing went so smoothly, I invited that’s hard to put your finhim to a friend’s gathering ger on at first. He seemed the following weekend. to be spending less time That went smoothly as with Maria; he didn’t seem well. to talk to her in quite the “Finally, he asked me on same way. our first date. It was the “Turns out, the younger best time I’ve ever had. I childís mother had a bit of felt like a kid all over a problem with our relaagain. We were like chiltionship,” she says. “He dren, too shy to hold hands, asked me for some time to just sneaking looks at each straighten things out. I other. After that night, we gave it to him, but the time were inseparable.” stretched out, and he Although they’d just wound up breaking up been dating for a few with me. It’s almost a year weeks, Maria says it felt later, but it’s hard for me to like years. get over him. “We said ‘I love you,’ “His friends tell me he even though we knew it misses me,” she says. “I’ve seems content to live like that. I’m not. And if he’s not content, it’s his problem, no longer mine.”

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place and the sooner the better was the perfect time.” It hasn’t worked out that way. It’s three months later, and Chrissy and Chris are still living together, but only because she hasn’t found an apartment yet. “We barely kiss or hug and even hold hands,” she says.

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IF YOU’VE BEEN reading the column lately — and if you haven’t, you better have a darn good excuse — you might think that every husband in America has been doing without. I’ve been getting letters from men who say their wives refuse to have sex. These guys say they’ve sat out the eight years of the Bush administration and things haven’t gotten better under a Democratic president. Today, we hear from Chrissy who says she can’t get her boyfriend to pull the trigger . . . Chrissy and Christopher met at work. They’re both called “Chris,” and there were several mix-ups where office mail and memos went to the wrong one. It was inevitable that they would get to know each other, first as colleagues then as friends.

take a nap or to eat a quiet lunch. No problems there, right? Well, recently, two of them — one male, one female — have been going in there for an hour or so around noon and locking the door behind them. As for the sounds coming out of there — well, let me put it this way: You’d hear the same ones in a hotel room! I hate to be a snitch because they’ll know the complaint came from me. — What Should I Do? in New York City Dear What Should I Do: You’re right: an empty office in a place of employment is not a hotel room. If they want to have a noontime affair, they needn’t spoil your lunch. If you don’t want to snitch on them, mention to your boss the traffic into that office has been keeping you from doing your work and ask if he can keep it locked. That way, you get the results you want, and your passionate co-workers can find some other place to hang or sleep.

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Dessert with breakfast aids with weight loss BY NICHOLAS BAKALAR NEW YORK TIMES

As improbable as it sounds, researchers have found that a low-calorie meal plan that includes dessert with breakfast may help dieters. Scientists randomized 144 obese people, ages 20 to 65, to two low-carbohydrate diets providing 1,400 daily calories for women and 1,600 for men. The diets were identical except that one included a highcarbohydrate, proteinenriched breakfast with a choice of cookies, chocolate, cake or ice cream for dessert. Throughout the study, which appears in the March 10 issue of the journal Steroids, participants were tested periodically for blood levels of insulin, glucose, lipid and ghrelin, a hormone that stimulates appetite.

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Average weight loss During an initial 16-week period, the average weight loss in each group was identical — about 32 pounds. But over a 16-week follow-up, people on the dessert-with-breakfast diet lost an additional 13 pounds on average, while the others gained back all but 3.5 of the pounds they had lost. Those on the dessert

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Angel food cake, or another dessert, with breakfast can help dieters lose weight, researchers say. regimen maintained lower levels of ghrelin and reported significantly higher levels of fullness. “Most people simply regain weight, no matter what diet they are on,� said

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“Honesty is what comes to mind first. I think in a world less likely to hear the truth, always you need that quality. Honesty in a marriage is an important factor to have that marriage last. “I loved being married back when, but being a longtime bachelor is a good thing, also. “We’re not all perfect, but having honesty and not hiding things is a key, I believe, to a good marriage.�

“A sense of humor and honesty are the qualities I value. She makes me laugh and vice versa. Of course, it makes you happy, and it’s better than arguing, right? “You also need to be honest, up front and don’t play head games. We’ve been together for 12 years, and we have similar interests. “Our humorous story is that I use to be my wife’s boss at a sub shop in another city, and a year later I ended up married to her.�

“Humor and intelligence. If you can’t take life with a joke now and then, you are taking life too seriously. You need to look at life with a little humor. “Also, I need someone who is intelligent. If I have to sit down and explain everything, that’s not good. We need to be on the same intelligent plane. We both need to communicate as much as we can. “I’ve been with my girlfriend for seven months, and she has those qualities.�

Whole Gallery. It was a poetic, circular Bob Stepp, 76 Jeff Bell, 49 Jeremy Chamberlin, 24 turn of events. Once tourist bureau manager polysomnography store clerk rejected by the Blue Whole Port Angeles (sleep) technician Forks for being too dreary, Tocher Port Angeles is this month a featured artist and has filled a section of the gallery with bright light and color. “Port Townsend State of Mind� is here, and so is “Wetland,� a NGAGEMENT recent painting inspired by one of Tocher’s nights of performance painting. In early 2011, Tocher Stephen W. and Alice R. Hoffman Fred Watts Jr., son of John F. and Lynn A. admitted, he was feeling a announce the engagement of their daugh- Watts. All are of Port Angeles. The wedding will be June 23. bit weary from working his ter Stephanie JoAnn Hoffman to Johnny several jobs. Then, last February, he and fellow artists ARRIAGE ICENSES Johnny Rickenbacher and Doug Parent launched the Suzanne Scollon, 37; both Clallam County Jefferson County Three-Legged Dog, a kind of Port Angeles. Maria Juana Vicente of team that would produce Robert W. Smith, 64, and Jennifer Nicole Bruce, Juan and Pedro Gaspar a painting every day. The Sheila A. Murphy, 61; both of 22, and Robert Maxwell Nolasco Marcos; both 20 three got together weekly Franklin Barrows, 24; both Port Townsend. and both of Forks. in Rickenbacher’s studio Chase Thomas Glenn, 28, Sean Patrick Davison, 19, of Port Angeles. and wielded their brushes Jake Eugene Baker, 30, and Lauree Faith Coyle, 27; and Tanesha Rose Jackson, with new fierceness. and Vanessa Marie Bentley, 18; both of Port Angeles. both of Port Townsend. When May came, with 32; both of Port Angeles. Brooke Ashley Baxter, Juggling Brian David Anderson, its Juan de Fuca Festival of 23, and Paul Alan Rose Jr., Ashley Marie Kilcrease, Reinvention the Arts during Memorial 48, and Melissa June Douke, 26; both of Port Angeles. 25, and Brian David By 2011, Patrick TochDay weekend, Tocher and Luz Alicia Sanchez and Spiegel, 26; both of Sequim. 34; both of Port Ludlow. Tocher reinvented himer’s health was deteriorathis compatriots pitched the Shayne Colin Symmonds; self as an artist. He contin- ing. Now 79, he suffers idea of painting beside the both 20 and both of Port ued selling his work at from Parkinson’s disease, SKINCARE festival’s main stage during Angeles Gallery 9 and joined the diabetes and dementia, and the nighttime concerts. Daniel Francis Miller, Clallam Art Gallery, a coop- his son knew, by the middle 34, and Jacqueline erative inside The Landing of last year, that he would TURN TO TOCHER/4 Exclusively at Tender Touches Spa mall. He gained a following need more care than The for vivid scenes like “Port Lodge provides. Townsend State of Mind,� a Barbara Brown The younger Tocher was vision of a schooner with Self-Tanner & Bronzer advised to move his dad sails full of wind against a Dinner for 2 – 3 Courses for Instant Tint Today, Tan Tomorrow starry sky, and “Boxed In,� into an assisted living facilMondays through Thursdays 3-6pm ity. But Patrick wanted which shows a Dungeness (Excludes holidays, other offers, discounts, promotions) &VSFLB8BZr4FRVJNr360-681-4363 none of that. Valley elk hemmed in by www.tendertouchesspa.com So Tocher, while continubig-box stores. T E N D E R T O U C H E S Starters SKIN CARE ing to juggle jobs — now at 'PVOEFSPGXXXUIFQSPNJTFPGIPQFPSH “It’s always been very Chef’s Soup du Jour The Landing Art Gallery important to me to make House Salad and Gallery 9, along with some sort of statement building his website, www. about the community and Northwest Clam Chowder JeffTocher.com — found a what’s going on,� Tocher house where they both said. “I’ve found the best Main Course Offerings could live. He moved Patway to do that is with a Plank Cut Fish and Chips rick into the little place sense of humor — and Flat Iron Steak near downtown Sequim in bright colors.� He used to believe a fine November — the same Cedar Plank Steelhead Filet month he was voted in as a artist had to make dark, Coconut Prawns member of the Blue depressing work and be

CONTINUED FROM 1 depressed himself. No more. Whether he’s at the On the first Saturday Blue Whole, 129 W. Washnight in May 2004, Port Townsend had its monthly ington St., for Sequim’s First Friday Art Walk or gallery walk, and that’s Gallery 9 for Port when people came to GalTownsend’s Gallery Walk lery 9 to discover Tocher’s on the first Saturday night work. of the month, Tocher hears He remembers how it people giggle. He turns to started to rain that night, and people burst in the gal- see them in his section of lery door, one after another, the gallery, where they’re looking at his irreverent saying they had received phone calls saying, in effect, otters, cats and other creatures. He sees his images “You have to go see this.� “This� was “Otter Road,� around town: During the Sequim Irrigation Festival of which Tocher sold six one year, he saw “Otter prints that night. That didn’t mean a lot of money, Road� pass by on a T-shirt. And so, through his 40s, but it showed the artist Tocher worked, and worked that yes, he had a style that got people’s attention. some more, at First Step, in his studio and at galleries “Otter Road,� Tocher in Port Angeles and Port said, is more than a fun Townsend. He lived in Port takeoff on the Beatles Angeles while his father album. For him, it represents crossing over into a moved to The Lodge retirenew life, a life of doing ment center in Sequim. what he was born to do.

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Jeff Tocher’s “Raging Otter.”

“Otter Road” by Jeff Tocher.

Tocher: Paint, music mashup CONTINUED FROM 3 At the Vern Burton Community Center they would set up their easels, listen to the bands play and pull out all the stops. Together, they created quite a scene, with its swirl of the visual and musical. As the bands played and the painters painted, it was as though they shared electricity, then put it out for all to see and hear. “Music is what was missing,” Tocher said. “It relaxes me, and it inspires me.”

“Marilyn Beaver” by Tocher.

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On March 9, he will be performance painting again, during the Second Friday Art Rock party at Bar N9ne, 229 W. First St. Redwing, the featured CHRIS TUCKER/PENINSULA PROFILE band, is a cross-section of Painter Jeff Tocher shows “God Teaching Bob the Dog String Theory,” one the local art and music of his many works at The Landing Art Gallery in Port Angeles. scene.

None other than 19thcentury painter Paul Gauguin, whose classic works are gracing the Seattle Art Museum now, likened vivid color to music. They both come across in vibrations — vibrations that express the inexpressible. Tocher, you could say, is on the same page. Painting to live music was like nothing he’d ever experienced. He’d joked that his arms would fall off from all that painting during the fourday Juan de Fuca Festival. Instead, the environment charged him up. “It was,” Tocher said, “magical.” The artist has since

painted at concerts large and small: At the Vern Burton Community Center Halloween party featuring Deadwood Revival, Abby Mae & the Homeschool Boys and Great American Taxi, and to the Next Door pub in downtown Port Angeles, where singersongwriter Kim Trenerry gave a solo performance in December.

In recent weeks, Tocher’s brother Tim, who lives in Arkansas, and his sister Maureen, who lives in Georgia, have come to Sequim to help him care for their father.

Artistic pursuits And Tocher has kept busy with his various artistic pursuits: He’s assistant

manager of the Landing Art Gallery; he has paintings in galleries in Port Angeles, Sequim and Port Townsend, and he curated “The Art of Passion,” the February multimedia art show inside The Landing mall. For Tocher, who turned 50 in December, art and life show no signs of letting up in their intensity.

Tocher said he’d like to expand his reach a bit, and perhaps have a show at a Seattle gallery. He predicts too that the coming year will be one of flux on the Olympic Peninsula, with art venues closing and opening, and the retirement of Port Angeles Rockin’ good friends Fine Arts Center executive The singer-guitarists director Jake Seniuk in are Tocher’s friend Doug June. Parent and Juan de Fuca “There’s going to be new Festival of the Arts director stuff popping up this year,” Dan Maguire, while Jenny James plays fiddle and Eric he said, “and no one knows Neurath, a fine art photog- what it’s going to be.” Tocher, at this point in rapher and president of the his life, has learned to Port Angeles Arts Council, embrace it all: challenge, plays bass. Rock and art change and a lot of bright will start at 8 p.m. As for later in 2012, color.

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