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The U.S. Hang Gliding and Para Gliding Association’s national championships begins Sunday at McMahon-Wrinkle Airpark.
Hang gliders returning to Big Spring Sunday
By ANDREIA MEDLIN
Staff Writer
“Strongest, smoothest, most
consistent conditions of all
the major U.S. competitions.
Air conditioned pilot lounge,
hangar, paved runways, ice
cream, water and all facilities.”
That’s how the U.S. Hang
Gliding Para Gliding Association (USHPA) describes Big
Spring on its website.
Index
Comics
Classified
awards party Saturday, Aug.
9 at K.C.’s Steakhouse.”
Divisions of the sport to be
included in the Big Spring
Nationals will include flex
wing, sport class and rigid
wing. Registration is open
until Aug. 3. Pilots come from
as far away as Great Britain,
Mexico, Norway and Guatamala.
For those who wish to enter,
there are 50 slots available
and early sign up is encouraged to reserve a spot.
Pilot entry fee and full online registration deadlines
are: $350 before July 6. Registrants after July 6 will have to
pay $400 and $450 Aug. 2 and
3. A special discount is available to a pilot who refers anyone who has never been to
Big Spring.
See GLIDERS, Page 3
By MATTHEW DALY
Associated Press
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5-8
2
Obituaries
2
To reach us:
tact Russell Brown at 352-5168616.
The city will provide shaded
seating and food vendors will
also be available at the event.
“Every year, the Big Spring
Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) puts on a welcome
dinner for pilots and their
crews at the Dora Roberts
(Community) Center — this
year, it’s Saturday, Aug. 2,”
Boulter said. “We’ll have an
Negotiators reach deal Gas prices
on VA health care plan keep sliding
downward
Police
Sports
According to Airpark Director Jim Little, more than 60
competitors have registered
for this year’s national championships, which begins
Sunday, surpassing previous
years.
Tandem flights will be available again this year and will
be $100 per flight, according
to event coordinator Belinda
Boulter. To reserve a flight
or for more information con-
4,10
Please call 263-7331.
Office hours are 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. Monday through
Friday. If you miss your
paper, please call (432)
263-7331 before 6 p.m.
weekdays.
WASHINGTON — After more than
six weeks of sometimes testy talks,
House and Senate negotiators have
agreed on a compromise plan to fix a
veterans health program scandalized
by long patient wait times and falsified
records covering up delays.
The chairmen of the House and Senate Veterans Affairs committees have
scheduled a news conference Monday
afternoon to unveil a plan expected to
authorize billions in emergency spending to lease 27 new clinics, hire more
doctors and nurses and make it easier
for veterans who can’t get prompt appointments with VA doctors to obtain
outside care.
An agreement reached Sunday by
Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., and Sen. Bernie
Sanders, I-Vt., was a long time coming.
The House and Senate approved bills
on veterans health care in early June,
and lawmakers from both parties said
they expected a final bill by July 4.
Instead, negotiators met once in public, then disappeared or held private
Special to the Herald
meetings that produced few results.
Talks reached a low point last Thursday, as Sanders and Miller had a public spat that appeared to leave the two
sides far apart, with only days remaining until Congress goes on a five-week
recess.
Sanders, who chairs the Senate veterans panel, and Miller, chairman of the
House panel, repeatedly lashed out at
each other. Sanders accused Miller of
See VA, Page 3
Average retail gasoline prices in Texas have fallen 3.7 cents per gallon in the
past week, averaging $3.38 a gallon Sunday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 13,114 gas outlets in Texas.
This compares with the national average that has fallen 4.9 cents per gallon in
the last week to $3.51 per gallon, according to gasoline price website GasBuddy.
com.
Including the change in gas prices
in Texas during the past week, prices
Sunday were 13.6 cents per gallon lower
than the same day one year ago and are
11.8 cents per gallon lower than a month
ago.
The national average has decreased
16.5 cents per gallon during the last
month and stands 11.7 cents per gallon
lower than this day one year ago.
“The national average as of today has
been on decline for a month straight,”
See PRICES, Page 3
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Local
Marcia Abbott
Obituaries
Services for Marcia Abbott, 60, of
San Angelo, will be held Wednesday, July 30, 2014, at 10 a.m. at
Johnson’s Funeral Home Chapel
with the Rev. Dr. Steven Sweet
of Sierra Vista United Methodist
Church officiating.
Marcia was born Oct. 18, 1953
in Big Spring, Texas to Martin
and Lillian Staggs. Marcia passed
away Friday, July 25, 2014, peacefully in her home surrounded by
her loving family.
Marcia married Tom Abbott July 21, 1984 and they
just celebrated 30 wonderful years together. During
their loving marriage, they had two children, Katherine Gayle and Kelsey Christine and two beautiful
granddaughters, Kenzie and Jaelyn.
Marcia received her bachelors degree from Texas
Tech and her masters degree from North Texas
State and was a speech pathologist at West Texas
Rehab Center for many years. She continued her
career in private practice. She helped better the
lives of many children throughout the years . She
was devoted to helping children and had a special
interest in autistic children.
She was a published author with a book titled
“A Shocking Discovery,” which gave her thoughts
on autism. She was voted an “Outstanding Young
Woman of the Year” in 1980. In the last several
years she concentrated on being a devoted wife,
mother and grandmother. Her girls were her life.
She was a member of Sierra Vista United Methodist Church. The family would like to give special
thanks to Hospice of San Angelo for their wonderful care and compassion.
Marcia was preceded in death by her father, Martin Staggs; and brother Bruce.
She is survived by her loving husband, Tom;
daughters, Katherine and Kelsey; granddaughters,
Kenzie and Jaelyn; mother, Lillian Staggs; brother,
Richard Staggs and wife Dolores; and a brother,
Tindall Staggs and wife Margie. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be at Johnson’s Funeral Home
Tuesday, July 29, 2014, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Memorials may be made to Meals for the Elderly,
301 E. Houston Harte, San Angelo, Texas 76903 or
Hospice of San Angelo, P.O. Box 471, San Angelo,
Texas 76902.
Family and friends may sign the online register
book at www.johnsons-funeralhome.com
Paid obituary
Police/Sheriff/Fire/EMS
The Big Spring Police Department reported the following activity between 7 a.m. Saturday
and 7 a.m. today:
• BEN RAY JOHNSON, 47, of
903 Abrams St., was arrested on
a warrant for criminal mischief,
impair/interrupt/divert public
water.
• KODY CHANCE JACKSON,
28, of 3217 Fenn Avenue., was
arrested on charges of criminal
trespass — property/building/
aircraft/vehicle and burglary of
a building.
• DENNIS MICHAEL RICHARDSON II, 29, of 1604 S. Benton
St., was arrested on charges of
criminal trespass — property/
building/aircraft/vehicle
and
burglary of a vehicle.
• ERNEST WILLIAM CLARK,
74, transient, was arrested on
charges of criminal trespass—
property/building/aircraft/vehicle and public intoxication with
three prior convictions.
• SAMANTHA BARBARA MUNOZ, 20, of 1007 Sycamore St.,
was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance,
less than 1 gram.
• BRIAN MICHAEL GARZA,
32, of 1704 S. Benton, was arrested on a charge of possession of a
controlled substance, less than 1
gram.
• MICHAEL BENNETT FREEMAN, 46, of 708 North Horton,
was arrested on a charge of public intoxication.
• STEVEN RAY JOHNSON, 21,
of 1120 Harris St., Odessa, Texas,
was arrested on a warrant from
another agency.
• ELIS ORLANDO GARCIA, 27,
of 5634 Olee Ave., Longbeach, Calif., was arrested on a charge of
public intoxication.
• TROY BRADLEY SMITH, 26,
of 3398 Crc 2050, Stanton, was
arrested on charges of duty on
striking unattended vehicle (four
counts); theft of services, more
than $20 but less than $500; and
driving while intoxicated.
• CRYSTAL LASHEL COBLE,
27, of 2710 S. Anderson, was arrested on warrants for disregard
red light and failure to appear.
• SMYHIA MAE HILARIO, 47,
1600 S. Lancaster St. 101, was arrested on a charge of theft, more
than $500 but less than $1,500.
• CRIMINAL MICHIEF was
reported in the 1300 block of S.
Gregg.
• THEFT was reported in the
1400 block of Princeton Avenue,
3600 block of W. Highway 80 and
the 400 block of S. Birdwell Lane.
• MINOR ACCIDENT was reported in the area of Highway
350 and I-20, in the area of Fourth
and Owens St. and in the area of
FM 700 and Goliad.
• MAJOR ACCIDENT was reported in the area of 16th and
Gregg streets and in the 3400
block of E. FM 700.
• BURLARY OF A VEHICLE
was reported in the area of 3300
block of W. Highway 80.
• ASSAULT was reported in the
800 block of S. Aylesford St.
• DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE
was reported in the 4700 block of
Chaparral Road.
• THEFT was reported in the
600 block of St. Street, and in the
1800 block of S. Gregg St. and in
the 200 block of W. FM 700.
• INTOXICATED SUBJECT
was reported in the 900 block of
Abrams St.
• HIT AND RUN was reported
in the 3400 block of E. I-20.
The Howard County Sheriff’s
Office reported the following activity:
Note — Officials with the Howard County Jail reported having
77 inmates at the time of this report.
• BRANDON DEKOTA FEASTER, 22, was booked by the BSPD
on a warrant for ran a stop sign.
• ASHLEY NICHOLE SIGLER,
20, was booked by the BSPD on
a warrant for theft of property,
more than or equal to $500 but
less than $1,500.
• SHAWTINA MARIE THORPE, 47, was booked by the BSPD
on a charge of theft of property,
more than $50 but less than $500.
• CORY ALLEN LOVE, 54, was
booked by the BSPD on a Bell
County warrant for aggravated
sexual assault.
• JEFFREY PAUL CARTER,
51, was booked by the HCSO on
a charge of criminal trespass —
habitation/shelter.
• BEN RAY JOHNSON JR., 47,
was booked by the BSPD on a
warrant for criminal mischief,
impair/interrupt public service.
• KODY CHANCE JACKSON,
28, was booked by the BSPD on
charges of criminal trespass—
property/building/aircraft/vehicle and burglary of a building.
• DENNIS MICHAEL RICHARDSON, 29, was booked by the
BSPD on charges of criminal
trespass—property/building/aircraft/vehicle and burglary of a
building.
• ERNEST WILLIAM CLARK,
74, was booked by the BSPD on
charges of criminal trespass and
public intoxication with three
prior convictions.
• STEVEN RAY JOHNSON,
21, was booked by the HCSO on
a warrant for bail jumping and
failure to appear.
• BRIAN MICHAEL GARZA,
32, was booked by the BSPD on
a charge of possession of a controlled substance, less than 1
gram.
• SAMANTHA BARBARA MUNOZ, 20, was booked by the BSPD
on warrants for parent contributing to non-attendance and failure
to appear and on a charge of possession of a controlled substance,
less than 1 gram.
• MICHAEL BENNETT FREEMAN, 45, was booked by the
BSPD on a charge of public intoxication.
• TROY BRADLEY SMITH, 26,
was booked by BSPD on charges
of duty on striking unattended
vehicle (four counts); theft of service, more than $20 but less than
$500; and driving while intoxicated.
• ELIS ORLANDO GARCIA,
27, was booked by the BSPD on a
charge of public intoxication.
• CRYSTAL COBLE,27, was
booked by the BSPD on a warrant
for ran a red light.
• SYTHIA MAE HILARIO, 47,
was booked by the BSPD on a warrant for theft of property, more
than $50 but less than $1,500.
The Big Spring Fire Department and Emergency Medical
Services reported the following
activity:
FRIDAY
• MEDICAL CALL was reported
in the 2900 block of W. Highway
80. One person was transported
to (Scenic Mountain Medical
Center) SMMC.
• MEDICAL CALL was reported in the 1600 block of Lancaster.
One person was transported to
SMMC.
• MEDICAL CALL was reported
in the 300 block of Veterans Boulevard. One person was transported to SMMC.
• TRAFFIC ACCIDENT was
reported in the 1000 block of Stadium. No transport.
• MEDICAL CALL was reported in the 1700 block of Scurry. No
transport.
• MEDICAL CALL was reported
in the 1600 block of Lancaster. No
transport.
• MEDICAL CALL was reported in the 1500 block of Vines.
One person was transported to
SMMC.
• GAS LEAK was reported in
the 700 block of I-20. Leak was
cleaned up.
• GRAS FIRE was reported near
mile marker 170 on Interstate 20.
Fire was extinguished.
• GAS FIRE was reported near
mile marker 196. Fire was extinguished.
• FIRE ALARM was reported in
the 2500 block of Rebecca. False
call.
Saturday
• MEDICAL CALL and TRAFFIC ACCIDENT was reported in
the 2900 block of 2100 block of S.
Gregg. One person was transported to SMMC.
• MEDICAL CALL and TRAFFIC ACCIDENT was reported in
the on the 11th Place Extension.
One person was transported to
SMMC.
• MEDICAL CALL was reported in the 1900 block of Scurry. No
transport.
• GAS LEAK was reported at
the State Park and Mesa. Atmos
turned off gas.
SUNDAY
• MEDICAL CALL was reported in the1300 block of Mobile.
One person was transported to
SMMC.
• MEDICAL CALL was reported in the 900 block of Lancaster.
No transport.
• TRAFFIC ACCIDENT was reported in the 1600 block of Gregg.
Service refused.
• MEDICAL CALL was reported in the 1500 block of E. 17th. Service refused.
• MEDICAL CALL was reported in the 2400 block of Morrison.
Service refused.
MONDAY
• MEDICAL CALL was reported
in the 900 block of Abrams. One
person transported to SMMC.
Big Spring Herald
Monday, July 28, 2014
Lucille ‘Lu’ Norris
Lucille “Lu” Norris, 82 of Big Spring, died Sunday
in a local nursing home. Her services are pending
with Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home and Crematory.
Ronnie Hodges
Ronnie Hodges, 59, of Big Spring, died Friday July
25, 2014, in Lubbock. Funeral services are pending
at Myers & Smith Funeral Home.
Today's Weather
Local 5-Day Forecast
Tue
Wed
7/29
98/72
Thu
7/30
Fri
7/31
94/73
101/71
Sat
8/1
8/2
92/68
89/70
Partly
cloudy. A
stray afternoon thunderstorm is
possible.
High 98F.
Times of sun
and clouds.
Highs in the
mid 90s and
lows in the
low 70s.
Times of sun
and clouds.
Highs 99 to
103F and
lows in the
low 70s.
More clouds
than sun.
Highs in the
low 90s and
lows in the
upper 60s.
Mix of sun
and clouds.
Highs in the
upper 80s
and lows in
the low 70s.
Sunrise:
6:58 AM
Sunset:
8:46 PM
Sunrise:
6:59 AM
Sunset:
8:46 PM
Sunrise:
7:00 AM
Sunset:
8:45 PM
Sunrise:
7:00 AM
Sunset:
8:44 PM
Sunrise:
7:01 AM
Sunset:
8:43 PM
Texas At A Glance
Amarillo
84/66
Dallas
96/73
Big Spring
98/72
El Paso
96/74
Austin Houston
100/73 99/77
San Antonio
99/74
Brownsville
97/75
Area Cities
City
Abilene
Amarillo
Austin
Beaumont
Brownsville
Brownwood
Corpus Christi
Corsicana
Dallas
Del Rio
El Paso
Fort Stockton
Gainesville
Greenville
Houston
Hi
95
84
100
95
97
96
94
96
96
101
96
98
93
93
99
Lo Cond.
73 t-storm
66 t-storm
73 sunny
75 pt sunny
75 sunny
71 t-storm
77 mst sunny
72 t-storm
73 t-storm
79 mst sunny
74 t-storm
72 mst sunny
70 t-storm
68 t-storm
77 pt sunny
National Cities
City
Atlanta
Boston
Chicago
Dallas
Denver
Houston
Los Angeles
Miami
Hi
91
82
71
96
84
99
86
90
Lo Cond.
65 mst sunny
62 t-storm
57 sunny
73 t-storm
61 t-storm
77 pt sunny
68 pt sunny
78 mst sunny
City
Kingsville
Livingston
Longview
Lubbock
Lufkin
Midland
Raymondville
Rosenberg
San Antonio
San Marcos
Sulphur Springs
Sweetwater
Tyler
Weatherford
Wichita Falls
Hi
97
97
92
90
96
96
100
98
99
101
93
96
93
93
93
Lo Cond.
73 pt sunny
75 pt sunny
68 t-storm
69 t-storm
74 pt sunny
73 pt sunny
76 mst sunny
76 pt sunny
74 pt sunny
74 mst sunny
68 t-storm
72 t-storm
71 t-storm
71 t-storm
70 t-storm
City
Hi
Minneapolis
79
New York
83
Phoenix
100
San Francisco 70
Seattle
84
St. Louis
79
Washington, DC 85
Lo Cond.
58 mst sunny
64 t-storm
79 t-storm
57 pt sunny
60 sunny
61 mst sunny
63 mst sunny
Moon Phases
New
First
Jul 26
Full
Aug 4
Last
Aug 10
Aug 17
UV Index
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
7/29
7/30
7/31
8/1
8/2
Extreme
Extreme
Extreme
Very High
Extreme
11
11
11
9
The UV Index is measured on a 0 - 11 number scale,
with a higher UV Index showing the need for greater
skin protection.
11
0
11
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News in brief
Coal exports help US clean up
global warming pollution at home —
but still pollute elsewhere
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) — As the Obama administration weans the U.S. off dirty fuels blamed
for global warming, energy companies have been
sending more of America’s unwanted energy leftovers to other parts of the world where they could
create even more pollution.
This fossil fuel trade threatens to undermine
President Barack Obama’s strategy for reducing
the gases blamed for climate change and reveals
a little-discussed side effect of countries acting
alone on a global problem. The contribution of this
exported pollution to global warming is not something the administration wants to measure, or even
talk about.
“This is the single biggest flaw in U.S. climate
policy,” said Roger Martella, the former general
counsel at the Environmental Protection Agency
under President George W. Bush. “Although the
administration is moving forward with climate
change regulations at home, we don’t consider how
policy decisions in the United States impact greenhouse gas emissions in other parts of the world.”
Over the past six years, American energy companies have sent more coal than ever before to other
parts of the world, in some cases to places with
more lax environmental standards.
The consequence: This global shell game makes
the U.S. appear to be making more progress than it
is on global warming. That’s because it shifts some
pollution — and the burden for cleaning it up —
onto other countries’ balance sheets.
Earlier, the Israeli military said it had not carried out any attacks in Gaza since 9:30 p.m. on Sunday but that troops on the ground were pressing
on with efforts to destroy the cross-border tunnels
constructed by Hamas for attacks inside Israel.
The military said it opened artillery fire on Beit
Lahiya in northern Gaza in response to the rocket
fired at Ashkelon, said the office of Israel’s military
spokesman. “Quiet will be met with quiet,” the office statement said.
At least 8 civilians killed
as hostilities in
eastern Ukraine intensify
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — At least eight civilians
have been killed by fighting and shelling in two
Ukrainian cities held by separatist militants, officials in the rebellion-wracked east said Monday.
Authorities in Luhansk that five people were
killed and 15 injured by overnight artillery strikes.
Three were killed in Donetsk as a result of clashes,
the city’s government said.
Territory between the cities has seen intensified
fighting as government troops try to gain control
over the area where a Malaysia Airlines plane was
downed earlier this month.
Dutch and Australian police set off for the crash
site Monday morning in a convoy of 20 cars, aiming
to secure the area so that investigations can continue and any remaining bodies can be recovered.
Both sides in the conflict have traded accusations
over the mounting civilian death toll. The armed
conflict that has been raging for more than three
months has displaced more than 200,000 people.
Israel carries out 3 airstrikes
on Gaza, breaking relative
lull at start of Muslim holiday
Malaysia plane shoot-down
response recalls Soviet evasiveness
after 1983 Korean jet downing
VA
director for the American Legion, the nation’s
largest veterans group,
said the deal would provide crucial help to veterans who have been
waiting months or even
years for VA health
care.
“There is an emergency need to get veterans off the waiting lists.
That’s what this is all
about,” Celli said Sunday.
Tom Tarantino, chief
policy officer of the Iraq
and Afghanistan Veterans of America, said
the agreement was good
news — although several months late.
“It’s about time they’re
doing their jobs,” he
said of Sanders, Miller
and other members of
Congress. “You don’t
get a medal for doing
your job.”
Veterans waiting two
months for medical appointments “don’t care
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli jets pounded three
Hamas sites in Gaza on Monday after a rocket was
launched at Israel, disrupting a relative lull in the
war-torn territory at the start of a major Muslim
holiday.
The strikes followed an almost 12-hour pause in
fighting and came as international efforts intensified to end the three-week conflict between Israel
and Hamas. The U.N. called for an “immediate”
cease-fire.
Israel’s military said it struck two rocket launchers and a rocket manufacturing facility in central
and northern Gaza after a rocket hit southern Israel early Monday. The rocket caused no damage
or injuries.
Continued from Page 1
acting in bad faith,
while Miller said Sanders had “moved the
goalposts” in talks to fix
veterans’ health care.
A partisan impasse
loomed, even as both
sides said they hoped to
avoid what Miller called
the “sort of bickering
and name-calling for
which Washington has
become infamous.”
Three days later, after
talks by telephone from
Florida and Vermont,
Miller and Sanders were
on the same page.
Aides to the two men
said Sunday they had
reached a tentative
agreement. The deal requires a vote by a conference committee of
House and Senate negotiators, and votes in the
full House and Senate.
GLIDERS
Continued from Page 1
Miller and Sanders
said in a joint statement
that they “made significant progress” over the
weekend toward agreement on legislation to
reform the Veterans
Affairs
Department,
which has been rocked
by reports of patients dying while awaiting VA
treatment and mounting evidence that workers falsified or omitted
appointment schedules
to mask frequent, long
delays. The resulting
election-year firestorm
forced VA Secretary
Eric Shinseki to resign
in late May.
The plan set to be announced Monday is
intended to “make VA
more accountable and
to help the department
recruit more doctors,
nurses and other health
care
professionals,”
Miller and Sanders
said.
Louis Celli, legislative
tionals, and The Santa
Cruz Flats Race are designated by the USHPA
as meets that count toward choosing the U.S.
National
Champion
(class 1, class 2, class 5,
sport, and women’s).
Previously, the U.S.
National
Champion
was chosen at a single
competition (the U.S.
National
Championships), but this is no
longer the case. Now
the results from these
three
competitions
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The Big Spring Nationals is sanctioned
by USHPA. That means
that pilots who fly in the
event will be awarded
National Team Selection
System points (NTSS)
which count toward selecting the U.S. National team that goes to the
World Championship.
The Flytec Americus
Cup, The Big Spring Na-
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Monday, July 28, 2014
TAR & CHIP • SEAL COATING • PAVING
Those searching for the truth about what happened in the shoot-down of the Malaysia airliner
over Ukraine can take little comfort from the history of another passenger jet that was blasted out of
the sky over the Soviet Union more than three decades ago: The Kremlin at the time dodged, weaved
and obfuscated.
Today, we still don’t know what exactly happened
to Korean Airlines Flight 007.
I was The Associated Press’ Moscow bureau chief
when a Soviet Sukhoi-15 fighter downed KAL 007
on Sept. 1, 1983. The passenger plane was about to
leave Soviet airspace after more than two hours of
flying off-course above super-secret military installations along the Pacific coast. Pilots on the New
about all this back and
forth” in Congress,
Tarantino said. “That’s
what should be driving
decisions.”
An updated audit
by the VA this month
showed that about 10
percent of veterans
seeking medical care at
VA hospitals and clinics
still have to wait at least
30 days for an appointment. About 46,000 veterans have had to wait
at least three months
for
initial
appointments, the report said,
and an additional 7,000
veterans who asked for
appointments over the
past decade never got
them.
Acting VA Secretary
Sloan Gibson has said
the VA is making improvements, but said
veterans in many communities still are waiting too long to receive
needed care. The VA
provides health care
(so far) will determine
who is the champion.
The Flytec Americus
Cup, The Big Spring Nationals, The East Coast
Championship and The
Santa Cruz Flats Race
also have CIVL Category 2 sanctioning.
They are listed on the
CIVL competition calendar. The USHPA is
responsible for sending in the applications
for CIVL sanctioning,
which is paid for by the
meet organizers.
An area marked for
spectators will be available throughout the
event here, beginning at
1 p.m.
Takeoff and the travel
routes are decided daily. The ability to fly and
how long and how far depends on the weather.
“Because of your paper, the residents of
Big Spring are far more
knowledgeable
about
our sport then any
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York to Seoul flight via Anchorage, Alaska, had
apparently put wrong navigation points into the
on-flight computer. All 269 people on board were
killed.
For three days, the Soviets said little. Then, on
the fourth day, came a flurry of confusing and unlikely accounts.
Authorities said the Red Army in the Far East
mistook the KAL airliner, with the distinctive
747 hump at the front, for an American RS-135 spy
plane, a modified Boeing 707. At the time, the United States maintained a fleet of the RS-135s around
the world, many of them flying off the Pacific coast
of Siberia.
That same day, Col. Gen. Semyon Romanov was
quoted by the official TASS news agency as saying,
“The horror of this is that the United States sent the
plane on its dirty mission.” Romanov declared the
“South Korean plane flew from the United States as
a rude and deliberate provocation.”
Police in China remove church’s
cross amid crackdown in region
with thousands of believers
BEIJING (AP) — Hundreds of police took down a
church’s cross Monday in a city known as “China’s
Jerusalem” for its many houses of worship amid a
crackdown on church buildings in a coastal region
where thousands of people are embracing Christianity.
Evangelist Qu Linuo said he and about 200 others had rushed to the Longgang Huai En Church in
the eastern city of Wenzhou to protect the building
but peacefully made way for the police, who used
a crane to remove the 3-meter-tall (10-foot-tall) red
cross from its steeple.
Authorities told the church the cross violated
building height limits, and returned it to the parishioners, who wept and prayed around it, said
Qu, who is a member of another church. A man at
the county’s public security office said he didn’t
know anything about the incident, and the Longgang township police didn’t answer phone calls.
Across Zhejiang province, where Wenzhou is
located, authorities have toppled or threatened to
topple crosses at more than 130 Protestant churches. In a few cases, the government has even razed
sanctuaries.
Officials say they’re enforcing building codes, although often they won’t specify which ones. They
also deny they are specifically targeting churches,
and point to the demolition of tens of thousands of
other buildings, religious and non-religious, that
have apparently broken regulations.
to nearly 9 million enrolled veterans.
The House and Senate
are set to adjourn at the
end of the week until
early September, and
lawmakers from both
parties have said completing a bill on veter-
ans’ health care is a top
priority.
The Senate is expected to vote this week to
confirm former Procter
& Gamble CEO Robert
McDonald as the new
VA secretary, replacing
Gibson.
PRICES
drop under $3.50/gallon
by mid-week. No states
in the lower 48 feature
average prices over $4/
gal, and just 4.1 percent
of all stations GasBuddy
tracks stand over that
level, which is a drop
from 8.7 percent a month
ago.
“A month ago, nearly
75 percent of gas stations were charging
more than $3.50 a gallon, while today we see
just 38.2 percent of all
stations over that level,”
DeHaan said.
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said GasBuddy.com Senior Petroleum Analyst
Patrick DeHaan. “The
drop in gas prices during the middle of the
summer certainly has
been welcome relief to
families and individuals
alike who are hitting the
road during the peak of
the summer driving season.”
The national average
now stands at its lowest point since March of
this year and will likely
other town I know of.
I’ll work with you to
keep up that tradition,”
Boulter said.
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at 263-4362 or visit the
website at ozreport.com
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Medlin call the Herald
at 263-7331.
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Severo M. Montes, died
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today at Myers& Smith
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Trinity Memorial Park.
Ronnie Hodges, died
Friday. Services are pending at Myers & Smith
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Bryant undoubtedly top Dallas receiver
OXNARD, Calif. (AP)
— Dez Bryant quickly
turned his head toward a
reporter who asked him
about being the elder
statesman among Dallas
receivers.
“I’m not the old guy!”
the 25-year-old said, raising his voice before flashing a smile. “I’m not. I’m
still one of the youngest.”
But Bryant is one of the
oldest in the receiving
group for the Cowboys,
and by far the most accomplished.
He’s going into the final
season of his rookie contract with the potential
of a big pay day looming.
And his answers on that
topic sound more like a
leader than the troubled
rookie who didn’t pay his
jewelry bills four years
ago.
“There is no need for
me to be stressed out or
worried about it,” Bryant
said. “I really can’t have
my mind focused on that
because I have guys here
who are counting on me
and I can’t be selfish.”
Bryant has carried
that label in the minds
of many outside the Dallas locker room since he
refused to carry Roy Williams’ shoulder pads in
his first training camp in
2010. That was around the
same time he was sued
It’s all over but
the arguing in
Sterling trial
LOS ANGELES (AP)
— Only final arguments
and a ruling remain in
the trial to determine
whether Donald Sterling’s estranged wife
can sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former
Microsoft CEO Steve
Ballmer for $2 billion.
Lawyers for Sterling
plan to argue Monday
that Shelly Sterling had
no right to make the
deal with Ballmer, even
though Donald Sterling
had given her written
authority to pursue a
sale.
The attorneys also say
she tricked Donald Sterling into taking mental
exams that found he
had signs of the onset of
Alzheimer’s disease.
That finding was sufficient for Sterling to
be removed as a trustee
of the Sterling Family Trust and to allow
Shelly Sterling to move
forward with the sale of
the team.
Later in the process,
however, Donald Sterling tried to stop the sale
by dissolving the trust.
Lawyers for Shelley
Sterling urged the judge
to allow the sale to go
forward so a contract
can be in place before
NBA owners meet on
Aug. 15.
Lawyers spent the better part of a month questioning witnesses at the
trial, and on Monday
will try to persuade a
judge to agree with their
respective positions.
Shelly Sterling’s lawyers along with an attorney for Ballmer filed
a voluminous legal brief
citing case law that they
say proves that Donald
Sterling did not have
the right to dissolve the
trust that owned the
Clippers.
They urged the judge
to allow the sale to occur and reject any delay
if appeals are filed.
“The trust has a golden bird in the hand,” the
brief said. “A sale of the
Clippers for $2 billion is
indisputably a bonanza
for the Sterling family.
Donald’s strident opposition is motivated by
only selfish considerations. This court has
the power to make this
precedent-setting sale
happen.”
The 49-page document
notes that if the sale is
ordered, it also could be
delayed by numerous
legal provisions in the
probate code allowing
review of the ruling. The
lawyers urged Superior
Court Judge Michael
Levanas to streamline
the procedure.
They cited 80-year-old
Sterling’s vow on the
witness stand to continue suing the NBA for
the rest of his life and
noted his threat to seek
an injunction to stop the
sale if the judge rules
against him.
Donald Sterling was
removed as a trustee after his wife had him examined by two doctors
who found he lacked the
mental capacity to handle his own business affairs.
His lawyers filed a 70page brief that focused
heavily on that point.
They said the doctors
were hand-picked by
lawyers for Shelly Sterling and did not do adequate exams.
Donald Sterling maintained he didn’t know
his competency as a
trustee was being evaluated.
A dodgeball tournament has be slated for
Aug. 2 .
The tournament is
sponsored by the Scenic Mountain Medical
Center/Family Medical
Center Cancer Crushers
Relay for Life team.
Registration
begins
at 9 a.m. and the game
starts at 10:30 a.m. at
the YMCA. Each team is
limited to 10 people and
the cost is $6 per person. Pre-registration is
available. Prizes will be
given for first and second place. Concessions
will be available during
the tourney. On tourney
day, please wear comfortable clothing and
bring a towel.
All proceeds from the
tournament will be donated to the annual Relay for Life.
, the largest American
Cancer Society fundraiser.
For more information,
call Beverly Grant at 432935-4291 or 432-268-4952.
Dodgeball tourney set
for Aug. 2 at YMCA
by a jeweler and caused
a stir by wearing sagging
pants in an upscale Dallas mall.
The most serious issue
for Bryant away from the
field came two years later
when he was accused of
hitting his mom in a domestic disturbance.
“Really, truthfully, trying to be honest, a lot of
stuff I didn’t understand
then, was really asking
myself what was going
on,” Bryant said in one
of several candid moments during the offseason. “Like I said, just had
to figure out what it was
and get on the right track
and remain on the right
track. I honestly feel like
that’s what I’ve been doing.”
Now Bryant is the one
declaring there will be no
hazing of rookies at camp
in California. He might
not want to be called
“old,” but he also knows
what the release of eightyear veteran Miles Austin meant for his role.
Forget the intangibles.
Just take the numbers.
The other 10 receivers on
the Dallas camp roster
have combined for barely
half of Bryant’s 4,104 career yards.
Bryant has 34 touchdowns in the past three
seasons — twice that
of the other receivers.
He has 40 scores in four
years.
“Because of the experience, yeah, but other
than that nothing has
changed,” Bryant said.
“Everybody, in the wide
receiver group, looks at
each other as the same
and that’s how I want it
and that’s how they want
it and that’s how we’re
going to keep it.”
Defenses won’t look at
it that way, which is why
quarterback Tony Romo
talks to Bryant about new
ways of making himself
better.
Bryant made more negative headlines last sea-
son with sideline antics
in losses to Detroit and
Green Bay that forced
him and others to try to
explain his behavior. He
never lost the backing of
Romo and tight end Jason
Witten, and still stands
by a passionate approach
that he says fueled those
emotional moments.
“I feel like I’m still rising,” Bryant said. “To
me, it’s almost kind of
scary just because of
the fact of how much I
love the game, not only
myself, I want my teammates to be great. The
way I feel, I don’t hesitate
to share that with my
teammates.”
Jaso has 3 RBIs as A’s beat Rangers
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) —
It doesn’t matter to John Jaso
whether he’s Oakland’s leadoff batter, as long as he’s playing. For the Athletics, he’s extremely important at the top of
the order, especially with Coco
Crisp hurting.
Jaso drove in three runs Sunday night, helping Scott Kazmir and Oakland beat the Texas Rangers 9-3. The A’s catcher
had a run-scoring single during a five-run second inning
and added a two-run double in
the fifth.
“I like (leadoff) because I’m
in the lineup,” Jaso said. “I
don’t care where.”
Manager Bob Melvin said
Crisp, who has led off in 69 of
the Athletics’ 105 games, was
going back to Oakland to be
examined by the doctors who
have been treating a recurring
neck injury.
“When Coco’s out, we certainly need a guy against righthanders,” Melvin said. “(Jaso)
takes a lot of pitches, and he
can be aggressive.”
Jaso was leading off for the
15th time this season and has
had at least one hit each game
while batting .380 (19 for 50) in
that role. He entered the game
with an overall .360 on-base
percentage.
The Athletics’ first three batters — Jaso, Stephen Vogt and
Yoenis Cespedes — each had a
double and a single, and Josh
Reddick added three singles.
Kazmir (12-3) moved into a tie
for the American League lead
in wins while allowing seven
hits in five innings.
He walked two and struck out
two.
“It was maybe not his best
command at times,” Melvin
said. “But seeing him be so
good this season, that fiveinning outing doesn’t look so
good.”
Kazmir would not use the
100-degree temperature at
game time as an excuse.
“It’s tough to have nice weather in Oakland and come here
to pitch. It kind of drains you
in the beginning. I felt great. I
was just inconsistent.”
Kazmir got out of the third
and fifth innings by striking
out Texas’ J.P. Arencibia for
the final out each time with a
total of five runners on base.
“It was pretty much the same
sequence,” Kazmir said. “Offspeed the first two pitches, and
tried to finish him off hard.
That was big those two innings.”
Rangers manager Ron Washington said: “That’s J.P. I don’t
think he can change. We gotta
live with it.”
The victory enabled Oakland
to remain two games ahead of
the second-place Los Angeles
Angels in the AL West. The
Athletics are 7-5 against the
Rangers this season.
Adam Rosales had a two-run
homer in the second for the
Rangers, and Adrian Beltre
added a solo shot off reliever
Evan Scribner in the eighth.
Beltre was 2 for 3 with a double
and a walk.
Miles Mikolas (1-3) allowed
seven earned runs on seven
hits and four walks in 4 2-3 innings.
He was coming off his first
win as a major league starter,
over the Yankees July 21.
“I executed well and made the
transition well in the New York
game, and kind of fell back into
(bad habits),” Mikolas said.
Jones and Ozuna lead Marlins over Astros
HOUSTON (AP) —
Take away his first
inning, and Collin
McHugh might have
helped the Astros
avoid a sweep against
the Miami Marlins on
Sunday.
Instead, McHugh’s
early struggles hurt
the Astros in a 4-2 loss
to Miami.
Garrett Jones’ homer
capped the three-run
first for the Marlins,
and Marcell Ozuna
padded the lead with
his solo shot in the
sixth.
The Astros, who had
never previously been
swept at home by the
Marlins, have lost
seven of nine since
the All-Star break and
eight of 10 overall.
“As a starter, I pride
myself on giving my
team a shutdown inning to start the game
so they can come up to
bat with a fresh slate,”
McHugh said. “Not exactly how you want to
draw it up.”
McHugh (4-9), back
from a disabled list
stint caused by a finger blister, made his
first start since July 6
and gave up four runs
and seven hits 6 1-3 innings with nine strikeouts. He has lost six
straight starts.
“When you start
talking ... (records)
for a starting pitcher,
a lot of things have to
go right,” Astros manager Bo Porter said.
“You can pitch well
and still not factor into
the decision. We’ve got
to score runs. That’s
pretty much the difference in the game.”
Jacob Turner (4-6) allowed one run and six
hits in 5 2-3 innings to
win his second start
since moving from the
bullpen. Steve Cishek
allowed one run in the
ninth before getting
his 26th save.
Jose Altuve hit a
leadoff homer, and Jon
Singleton had a solo
drive in the ninth for
the Astros, who have
lost five in a row.
Altuve homered and
singled twice for his
second straight threehit game and 18th this
year. He leads the major leagues with a .344
average and 148 hits,
and he also swiped his
AL-best 42nd base.
Altuve’s second leadoff homer of the season and third of his career cut the lead to 3-1
in the bottom half. His
batting average after
Sunday’s game was 70
points higher than the
Astros’ next best hitter
in the starting lineup.
“You have to score
runs,” Porter said.
“Right now, we’re just
not getting the big hit.
Altuve continues to
swing the bat well, but
we need some other
guys to get it going.”
Miami’s Giancarlo
Stanton entered hitting .303 with two
homers and six RBIs
since the break, but after an 0 for 4 day with
four strikeouts, Stanton has fanned in six
straight at-bats.
“Stanton is one of
the best players in the
game, and you won’t
see that too often,”
Porter said.
Christian Yelich hit
a leadoff single and
scored on a triple by
Jordany
Valdespin,
who came home on
Casey McGehee’s sacrifice fly. Jones made
it 3-0 with his 11th
homer, a drive about
five rows into the
eight-field stands.
The ‘Big Hurt’ and Joe Torre headline HOF class
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y.
(AP) — Frank Thomas
choked back tears, Joe
Torre apologized for
leaving people out of his
speech and Tony La Russa said he felt uneasy.
Being enshrined in the
Hall of Fame can have
those effects, even on the
greats.
Thomas, pitchers Tom
Glavine and Greg Maddux, and managers Bobby Cox, Torre and La
Russa were inducted into
the baseball shrine Sunday, and all paid special
tribute to their families
before an adoring crowd
of nearly 50,000.
“I’m
speechless.
Thanks for having me in
your club,” Thomas said,
getting emotional as he
remembered his late father. “Frank Sr., I know
you’re watching. Without you, I know 100 percent I wouldn’t be here
in Cooperstown today.
You always preached to
me, ‘You can be someone
special if you really work
at it.’ I took that to heart,
Pop.”
“Mom, I thank you for
all the motherly love and
support. I know it wasn’t
easy.”
The 46-year old Thomas,
the first player elected to
the Hall who spent more
than half of his time as a
designated hitter, batted
.301 with 521 home runs
and 1,704 RBIs in a 19-year
career mostly with the
Chicago White Sox. He’s
the only player in league
to log seven straight seasons with a .300 average,
20 homers, 100 RBIs and
100 walks.
Ever the diplomat as
a manager, Torre somehow managed to assuage
the most demanding of
owners in George Steinbrenner.
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Pay, Benefits and
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Please apply in person at 3200
Parkway.
PARKVIEW NURSING and
Rehabilitation is ALWAYS hiring Nurse Aides, both certified
and non-certified. We are seeking individuals who want a rewarding career and want to
make a difference in lives. If
you are not already certified,
we will help you obtain your
certification . Please apply in
person at 3200 Parkway.
PART-TIME
CAREGIVERS
needed by Christian preschool.
Apply at New Hope Christian
School 118 Cedar Rd.
VISION CENTER is looking for
part time and full time people.
Starting
pay
$11.30/hour.
Come and apply at Wal-mart or
Online.
POSITION AVAILABLE for
(1) Full-Time 38-40 hours
weekly, working with developmentally disabled individuals.
Must pass criminal background
check and have a valid Tx DL.
Weekend work included. Call
432-263-1408 for directions or
come by 1315 South Baylor
Blvd. Contact: Teresa or Mary.
R DIRT CO. LLC has the
following positions open for
Backhoe Operators and CDL
Truck Drivers. Health insurance
provided for employees. Overtime available. Come by 610
South Main Street, NO PHONE
CALLS PLEASE!
RICKY SHULER Trucking is
looking for drivers that want to
become
Owner/Operators.
Equipment: single cab tractor
lease to own purchase. Trailers furnished but remain property of Ricky Shuler Trucking.
Must
have
CDL-A
with
tanker/hazmat endorsements,
strong work history, crude oil
hauling experience and must
pass DOT drug/alcohol requirements.
Owner/operator drivers willing
to relocate or currently reside
in the following areas: Odessa
TX, Midland TX, Big Spring TX,
Andrews TX, Pecos TX, and
Carlsbad NM.
Contact Phyllis at (432)
923-1064 between 9:00 AM
and 4:00 PM. for additional information and applications.
SALVATION ARMY needs full
time book keeper and full time
B and G program coordinator
SEEKING ACCOUNTING clerk
- accounting and/or QuickBooks experience a plus but
not required. Must have excellent written communication,
computer, and organizational
skills. Looking for someone
who is self-motivated, professional, and capable. M-F 8-5.
Pay DOE. Health, vision, and
dental insurance 100% paid,
plus paid time off and paid holidays! EOE. Apply in person at
9400 S. Service Rd, Coahoma,
TX, or call 432-394-4604.
SHELL STAR STOP looking
for Assistant Managers and
New Team Members. Full &
Part time employees needed.
Apply in person at any Shell
Star Stop in Big Spring. Drug
Free Environment.
SUPER 8 has an opening
available for full time front desk
person. Must have experience,
weekends a must. Must be
able to work various hours.
Please apply within at 2900 E I
20 Big Spring Texas.
WESTSIDE COMMUNITY Day
Care Center is seeking to fill
the following job opportunities:
DAY
CARE
DIRECTOR,
COOK, AND TEACHER. For
more
information
call
432-263-7841
Do you have
a service to offer?
Place your ad in the Herald
Classified Professional Service
Directory
Call 263-7331 Today!
Help Wanted
WESTERN TRUCK
Trailer
& Welding is now hiring for
Experienced Diesel Technician
*Need Drivers Licence
*Own tools Required
*Excellent Pay Scale
*Great Working Conditions
*Monday through Friday
*8AM to 5PM
Apply in person at:
212 NE 12th,
Big Spring, Tx 79720
or
Fax Your Resume and Salary
Requirements to:
(432)264-9645
Items for Sale
FOR SALE 2013 25FT.
TRACER TRAVEL TRAILER.
King shower, queen bed, black
appliances, electric awning,
outside shower, E-Z Tow
spread axles. Like NEW
$13,500
OBO
Call
(903)316-8756
Miscellaneous
3 GENTLEMANLY experienced prairie dog shooters
looking to have some fun hunting. We are curtious and polite.
Please call (512)833-5300.
Pets
REWARD for BOXER LOST
off Driver Road July 3. Male
Brindle Color, 9 years, goes by
ROCKO. Call 432-425-5087.
Real Estate for Rent
1303 STANFORD, 2 Bdrm, 1
bath FOR SALE SINGLE
CARE GARAGE WITH
WASHER AND DRYER HOOK
UP $40,000 CASH ONLY, NO
OWNER FINANCE Call
(432)816-5570
1810 MORRISON- Clean and
Updated. 3bdrm, 1 1/2bath, garage, office, large dinning,
fenced yard, storage unit, security system. $1,300.00 Deposit $1,500.00 Month call
432-816-7797
32FT. CAMPER for rent, Utilities included, $900 a month
432-257-7666
4200 PARKWAY, 3 bdr/1bth,
with carport, fenced yard, no
pets, non-smoker preferred, no
HUD, $900.00 month, $900.00
deposit, call 432-270-3849.
622 STATE 2 Bedroom, 1
bath, CA/CH with garage.
$800.00 month, $800.00 deposit. No smoking, no pets. No
HUD. References Required.
Call (432)270-3849.
Real Estate for Sale
2800 SQAURE ft building. Formerly the Sunset Bar on approximatly 1.5 acres. 1800 N
Birdwell Lane. $65,500. Call
432-263-6292.
Want to Buy
NEED CASH?- Will buy minerals in Midland, Howard, Ector,
or Glasscock county. Call
512-970-9995
Legals
Newspaper ad for project: 14205
275047 Sterling City AMDEL
Tower
American Towers LLC is proposing to modify the lighting of an
existing 248’ guyed tower located at TX Hwy 158, ~0.7 mi.
E/SE of P-1838, Robert Lee, TX.
The proposed modification will
involve a change in lighting from
medium intensity white to
dual red/white, medium intensity
flashing strobe with steady burning
red side markers. American Towers LLC seeks comments from
all interested persons on any potential significant impact the proposed action could have on the
quality of the human environment pursuant to 47 C.F.R. Section 1.1307, including potential
impacts to historic or cultural resources that are listed or eligible
for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
Interested persons may review the
project application pending with the
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) at www.fcc.gov/asr/applications by entering Form 854
File No. A0909793. Interested persons may comment or raise environmental impact concerns about
the proposed action by filing a Request for Environmental Review
with the FCC. The FCC strongly
encourages all interested parties to
make such filings online, following
the
instructions
found
at
www.fcc.gov/asr/environmentalrequest. Paper filings can be sent to:
FCC Requests for Environmental
Review, Attn: Ramon Williams, 445
12th Street SW, Washington, DC
20554. The Request must also
be sent to American Towers
LLC, by e-mailing a copy to enviro.services@americantower.com
or mailing a copy to: American
Tower, 10 Presidential Way,
Woburn, MA 01801 ATTN: Environmental
Compliance.
Requests or comments should be
limited to environmental and historic/cultural resource impact
concerns, and must be received
on or before August, 28, 2014.
This invitation to comment is separate from any local planning/zoning
process that may apply to this project.
#8384
AFFORDABLE
COUNTRY
Living- OASIS RV Park has
Spaces & Travel Trailers for
Rent, also weekly rentals. Call
432-517-0062 or 264-9907.
Visit Us
Online
OFFICE SUITE for rent. 1502
Scurry. 3 offices with conference room. Please call
213-1496
bigspringherald.com
RV
SPOTS
Available.
$475/month all bills paid. 7400
S Service Rd Big Spring, TX
Call Danny @ 432-296-1213
Travel Trailers for rent. Peaceful Country setting. Call Cindy
432-213-0243
Real Estate for Sale
1407
PRINCETON
3
bedroom/1 bath. $50,000 cash
only, no owner finance. Call
432-816-5570.
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CONCRETE
and
Metal Building
• Brick
• Stone
D-Lo Concrete
& Masonry
253746
270-5303
261527
263-1613
1-800-525-1389
Big Spring, TX
Free Estimates
ASPHALT
HOME IMPROVEMENT
J&J
HANDYMAN
HOME IMPROVEMENT
Fixture, Paint, Drywall,
Carpentry, Tile,
Custom Cabinets,
Home Remodeling,
432-816-0658
www.jnjhandyman.com
258652
MOTEL
Mowing, weedeating, hauling, hedge & tree trimmings,
cleanup of lots, alleys &
storage buildings.
M&S
Lawn Care
COAHOMA INN
Call 267-5460
Cell 816-6150
Senior Discount
Daily & Weekly Rates
Tree Service
Complete Lawn Care
Large Lot Mowing
Indoor & Outdoor
Tile & Stone Work
* Continental Breakfast *
Free Cable and WIFI
Micro Fridge in each
I20 Exit 188
(Turn left under bridge)
(432) 517-5554
432-394-4248
HOME IMPROVEMENT
HOME IMPROVEMENT
HOME IMPROVEMENT
COSCO
Gibbs Remodeling
ENTRY DOORS/
GARAGE
DOORS/OPENERS
NEW BATHROOMS, KITCHENS,
PATIO & DECKS, ADDITIONS!
TILE, SHEETROCK, PAINT,
INSTALL APPLIANCES, GARAGE
DOORS, FROM ROOF TO FLOOR
AND EVERYTHING BETWEEN
258607
260153
(432) 296-1213
LAWN SERVICE
Room Additions,
Drywall Hanging & Finishing,
Bath & Kitchen Remodels, Ceramic
Tile, Insallation & Repair.
COMPLETE HOME REMODEL
& MAINTENANCE
SPECIALIZING IN
GARAGE DOORS
We Are All Your Asphalt Needs!!
LAWN SERVICE
Scoggin
Lawn Service
(432) 213-0031
270-7733
FREE ESTIMATES
REFERENCES AVAILABLE
432-816-6282
Remodeling • Contractor
Repaired/Remodeled
Refinishing
Kitchen & Bath Specialist
Free Estimates
All Remodel Needs Of Any
Room In Your Home.
Call 263-8285 or 270-3282
BOB'S CUSTOM
WOODWORK
409 E. 3RD
267-5811
FOR SALE
INCOME TAX
METAL ART
PHONE SERVICE
Trying To Get Rid Of
Unwanted Items
Affordable
DON'S METAL ART
Small Business & Residential
Phone Wiring
Computer & Extension Lines
Herald Classifieds
Tax Preparation
Call
(432) 264-9907
PEST CONTROL
DID YOU KNOW?
There is a Music Shop
in the Mall?
Southwestern
A-1 Pest Control
432.263.0441
Gary's B's Music
Max F. Moore
(432) 714-4277
5/17/10 8:50:23 AM
258866
2008 Birdwell Lane
www.swa1pc.com
A.W. Stansel
36 Years Experience
5110 Wasson Rd.
Big Spring, TX 79720
Expert Plumbing and
Drain Cleaning Service
Now Offering
Electronic Leak Detection
And Sewer Camera
Inspection.
LARRY'S ROOFING
& TREE TRIMMING
Call
(432) 270-3911
M-36107
Johnny Flores
Roofing &
Construction
Timmy D's
Roofing
267-1110
432-466-1102
432-213-3910
ROOFING
ROOFING
Shingles, Hot Tar & Gravel.
All type of repairs!
Work Guaranteed.
Specializing in Hot Tar Roofs.
Doctor of Repairs
Free Estimates!!
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Wiring at Affordable Prices
PLUMBING
ROOFING
257712
for sale.indd 1
6605 N. SERVICE RD.
I-20 EXIT 184
BIG SPRING, TX
Stans Phone Lines
261491
CALL 263-7331
MUSIC
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Accounting &
Free Estimate
Metal, Shingle, Flat Roofs
Specializing In Metal
Whole Roof or Patch Jobs
Also (Home Remodeling)
Satisfaction Guaranteed
(432) 935-1835
Complete TREE Removal:
Roofing: Comp & Dimensional
Modify Roll Roofing For Flat Roofs,
Patch Jobs
Over 30 Years Exp.
FREE Estimates
Owner
Larry Martin
432-270-8049
252571
Landscape design • Swimming pools
Ponds • Irrigation • Rockscaping
Landscape lighting • Complete lawn care
Pavers• Brick & stone• Patios & walkways
Complete tree service • Retaining walls
Commercial & Residential
Robert Marquez - Owner
ALL OF YOUR
LAWN CARE
253641
Top Notch Landscaping
Get Our Price & Compare
101 NW 2nd St.
CELL
(432) 517-0133
239750
Free Estimates
Big Spring
Lawn Care
Mowing, Weedeating,
Trimming, Edge The Yard
LANDSCAPING
You Choose Your Payment Plan!!
LAWN SERVICE
245644
ROBERT P. SHAFFER
OWNER
432-268-3318
(432) 263-1580
FAX
(432) 263-3711
258010
Now Accepting
Pat's Tree and
Yard Service
432-267-3349
233435
• Residential • Commercial
• Chain Link • Metal
• Cedar
• Dog Kennels
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL
ROOFING - PAINTING
MASTER REMODELER
METAL BUILDINGS
• Tree Trimming
• Yard Manicuring
• Light Hauling
• Water Hauling
220763
VOTED BEST IN BIG SPRING
OUTSIDE
SPRING CLEAN-UP
CLEANING SERVICE
BDA Companies
B & M Fence Co.
Quality Fence Co.
Free Estimates
(432) 466-3619
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
LAWN SERVICE
200419
FENCES
258681
3208 E. FM 700
Big Spring, TX 79720
FENCES
Wood &
Chainlink
Emergency Service Available 24/hr
258531
806-759-1036 / Cell
Office: 325-235-2698
Cell: 325-338-5953
(432) 816-6561
Insured & Bonded For Your Protection
Finest In
Fencing
Locally Owned
Specializing in Store front &
insulated glass replacement.
Chico and Sons
Concrete
Jimmy Marquez-Owner
Commercial/Residential
Commercial & Residential
258542
258667
Call:
Domingo Ortiz
A & B Glass Company
220352
Lamar Glass &
Mirror Co.
Steel Buildings
816-6839
209335
40 Years Plus Experience
Ortiz Concrete
Const.
Residential and Commercial
Garage • Shed • Carports,
etc.
NO JOB TOO SMALL
CALL
GLASS
GLASS
STUCCO
DRIVEWAYS
SIDEWALKS
BLOCK FENCES
223913
Quality Concrete
• Stucco
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CONCRETE
252128
236409
CONCRETE
229714
CARPET CLEANING
CONCRETE
256909
AVON
Buy or Sell
K & Friends
Independent Reps
Call or Text Kim
at 432-664-6007
BIG SPRING HERALD
Monday, July 28, 2014
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Legals
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
NOTICE OF RECEIPT OF APPLICATION AND
INTENT TO OBTAIN WATER
QUALITY PERMIT RENEWAL
PERMIT NO. WQ0004872000
APPLICATION. Colorado River
Municipal Water District, P.O. Box
869, Big Spring, Texas 79720,
which owns a water reclamation facility, has applied to the Texas
Commission on Environmental
Quality (TCEQ) to renew Texas
Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System (TPDES) Permit No.
WQ0004872000 (EPA I.D. No.
TX131857) to authorize the discharge of treated wastewater at a
volume not to exceed a daily average flow of 525,000 gallons per
day. The facility is located at 3500
East Farm-to-Market Road 700,
Big Spring, in Howard County,
Texas 79720. The discharge route
is from the plant site to Beals
Creek; thence to the Colorado
River Below Lake J.B. Thomas.
TCEQ received this application on
April 11, 2014. The permit application is available for viewing and
copying at Colorado River Municipal Water District Office, 400 East
24th Street, Big Spring, Texas.
This link to an electronic map of the
site or facility's general location is
provided as a public courtesy and
not part of the application or
notice. For exact location, refer to
application.
http://www.tceq.texas.gov/assets/p
ublic/hb610/index.html?lat=32.254
419&lng=101.43203&zoom=13&type=r
ADDITIONAL NOTICE. TCEQ’s
Executive Director has determined
the application is administratively
complete and will conduct a technical review of the application. After
technical review of the application
is complete, the Executive Director
may prepare a draft permit and will
issue a preliminary decision on the
application. Notice of the Application and Preliminary Decision
will be published and mailed to
those
who
are
on
the
county-wide mailing list and to
those who are on the mailing list
for this application. That notice
will contain the deadline for submitting public comments.
PUBLIC COMMENT / PUBLIC
MEETING. You may submit public comments or request a public
meeting on this application. The
purpose of a public meeting is to
provide the opportunity to submit
comments or to ask questions
about the application. TCEQ will
hold a public meeting if the Executive Director determines that there
is a significant degree of public interest in the application or if requested by a local legislator. A
public meeting is not a contested
case hearing.
OPPORTUNITY FOR A CONTESTED CASE HEARING. After
the deadline for submitting public
comments, the Executive Director
will consider all timely comments
and prepare a response to all relevant and material, or significant
public comments. Unless the application is directly referred for a
contested case hearing, the response to comments, and the
Executive Director’s decision on
the application, will be mailed to
everyone who submitted public
comments and to those persons
who are on the mailing list for
this application. If comments
are received, the mailing will
also provide instructions for requesting reconsideration of the
Executive Director’s decision
and for requesting a contested
case hearing. A contested case
hearing is a legal proceeding similar to a civil trial in state district
court.
TO REQUEST A CONTESTED
CASE HEARING, YOU MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
IN YOUR REQUEST: your name,
address, phone number; applicant's name and proposed permit number; the location and
distance of your property/activities relative to the proposed facility; a specific description of
how you would be adversely affected by the facility in a way not
common to the general public;
and, the statement "[I/we] request
a
contested
case
hearing." If the request for contested case hearing is filed on
behalf of a group or association,
the request must designate the
group’s representative for receiving future correspondence;
identify an individual member of
the group who would be adversely affected by the proposed
facility or activity; provide the information discussed above regarding the affected member’s
location and distance from the
facility or activity; explain how
and why the member would be
affected; and explain how the interests the group seeks to protect are relevant to the group’s
purpose.
Following the close of all applicable
comment and request periods, the
Executive Director will forward the
application and any requests for reconsideration or for a contested
case hearing to the TCEQ Commissioners for their consideration
at a scheduled Commission meeting.
mental Quality
The Commission will only grant a
contested case hearing on disputed issues of fact that are relevant and material to the Commission’s decision on the application.
Further, the Commission will only
grant a hearing on issues that were
raised in timely filed comments that
were not subsequently withdrawn.
TCEQ may act on an application
to renew a permit for discharge
of wastewater without providing
an opportunity for a contested
case hearing if certain criteria
are met.
PERMIT NO. WQ0004872000
MAILING LIST. If you submit public comments, a request for a contested case hearing or a reconsideration of the Executive Director’s
decision, you will be added to the
mailing list for this specific application to receive future public notices
mailed by the Office of the Chief
Clerk. In addition, you may request
to be placed on: (1) the permanent
mailing list for a specific applicant
name and permit number; and/or
(2) the mailing list for a specific
county. If you wish to be placed on
the permanent and/or the county
mailing list, clearly specify which
list(s) and send your request to
TCEQ Office of the Chief Clerk at
the address below.
AGENCY CONTACTS AND INFORMATION. All written public
comments and requests must be
submitted to the Office of the
Chief Clerk, MC 105, TCEQ, P.O.
Box
13087,
Austin,
TX
78711-3087 or electronically at
www.tceq.state.tx.us/about/comments.html. If you need more information about this permit application or the permitting process,
please call TCEQ Public Education
Program,
Toll
Free,
at
1-800-687-4040. Si desea información en Español, puede llamar
al 1-800-687-4040. General information about TCEQ can be found
at
our
web
site
at
www.tceq.texas.gov.
Further information may also be
obtained from Colorado River Municipal Water District at the address
stated above or by calling Mr. John
Grant, General Manager, at (432)
267-6341.
Issuance Date: July 15, 2014
Texas Commission on Environ-
NOTICE OF RECEIPT OF APPLICATION AND
INTENT TO OBTAIN WATER
QUALITY PERMIT RENEWAL
APPLICATION. Colorado River
Municipal Water District, P.O. Box
869, Big Spring, Texas 79720,
which owns a water reclamation facility, has applied to the Texas
Commission on Environmental
Quality (TCEQ) to renew Texas
Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System (TPDES) Permit No.
WQ0004872000 (EPA I.D. No.
TX131857) to authorize the discharge of treated wastewater at a
volume not to exceed a daily average flow of 525,000 gallons per
day. The facility is located at 3500
East Farm-to-Market Road 700,
Big Spring, in Howard County,
Texas 79720. The discharge route
is from the plant site to Beals
Creek; thence to the Colorado
River Below Lake J.B. Thomas.
TCEQ received this application on
April 11, 2014. The permit application is available for viewing and
copying at Colorado River Municipal Water District Office, 400 East
24th Street, Big Spring, Texas.
This link to an electronic map of the
site or facility's general location is
provided as a public courtesy and
not part of the application or
notice. For exact location, refer to
application.
http://www.tceq.texas.gov/assets/p
ublic/hb610/index.html?lat=32.254
419&lng=101.43203&zoom=13&type=r
ADDITIONAL NOTICE. TCEQ’s
Executive Director has determined
the application is administratively
complete and will conduct a technical review of the application. After
technical review of the application
is complete, the Executive Director
may prepare a draft permit and will
issue a preliminary decision on the
application. Notice of the Application and Preliminary Decision
will be published and mailed to
those
who
are
on
the
county-wide mailing list and to
those who are on the mailing list
for this application. That notice
will contain the deadline for submitting public comments.
PUBLIC COMMENT / PUBLIC
MEETING. You may submit public comments or request a public
meeting on this application. The
purpose of a public meeting is to
provide the opportunity to submit
comments or to ask questions
about the application. TCEQ will
hold a public meeting if the Executive Director determines that there
is a significant degree of public interest in the application or if requested by a local legislator. A
public meeting is not a contested
case hearing.
OPPORTUNITY FOR A CONTESTED CASE HEARING. After
the deadline for submitting public
comments, the Executive Director
will consider all timely comments
and prepare a response to all relevant and material, or significant
public comments. Unless the application is directly referred for a
contested case hearing, the response to comments, and the
Executive Director’s decision on
the application, will be mailed to
everyone who submitted public
comments and to those persons
who are on the mailing list for
this application. If comments
are received, the mailing will
also provide instructions for requesting reconsideration of the
Executive Director’s decision
and for requesting a contested
case hearing. A contested case
hearing is a legal proceeding similar to a civil trial in state district
court.
TO REQUEST A CONTESTED
CASE HEARING, YOU MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
IN YOUR REQUEST: your name,
address, phone number; applicant's name and proposed permit number; the location and
distance of your property/activities relative to the proposed facility; a specific description of
how you would be adversely affected by the facility in a way not
common to the general public;
and, the statement "[I/we] request
a
contested
case
hearing." If the request for contested case hearing is filed on
behalf of a group or association,
the request must designate the
group’s representative for receiving future correspondence;
identify an individual member of
the group who would be adversely affected by the proposed
facility or activity; provide the information discussed above regarding the affected member’s
location and distance from the
facility or activity; explain how
and why the member would be
affected; and explain how the interests the group seeks to protect are relevant to the group’s
purpose.
Following the close of all applicable
comment and request periods, the
Executive Director will forward the
application and any requests for reconsideration or for a contested
case hearing to the TCEQ Commissioners for their consideration
at a scheduled Commission meeting.
The Commission will only grant a
contested case hearing on disputed issues of fact that are relevant and material to the Commission’s decision on the application.
Further, the Commission will only
grant a hearing on issues that were
raised in timely filed comments that
were not subsequently withdrawn.
TCEQ may act on an application
to renew a permit for discharge
of wastewater without providing
an opportunity for a contested
case hearing if certain criteria
are met.
MAILING LIST. If you submit public comments, a request for a contested case hearing or a reconsideration of the Executive Director’s
decision, you will be added to the
mailing list for this specific application to receive future public notices
mailed by the Office of the Chief
Clerk. In addition, you may request
to be placed on: (1) the permanent
mailing list for a specific applicant
name and permit number; and/or
(2) the mailing list for a specific
county. If you wish to be placed on
the permanent and/or the county
mailing list, clearly specify which
list(s) and send your request to
TCEQ Office of the Chief Clerk at
the address below.
AGENCY CONTACTS AND INFORMATION. All written public
comments and requests must be
submitted to the Office of the
Chief Clerk, MC 105, TCEQ, P.O.
Box
13087,
Austin,
TX
78711-3087 or electronically at
www.tceq.state.tx.us/about/comments.html. If you need more information about this permit application or the permitting process,
please call TCEQ Public Education
Program,
Toll
Free,
at
1-800-687-4040. Si desea información en Español, puede llamar
al 1-800-687-4040. General information about TCEQ can be found
at
our
web
site
at
www.tceq.texas.gov.
Further information may also be
obtained from Colorado River Municipal Water District at the address
stated above or by calling Mr. John
Grant, General Manager, at (432)
267-6341.
Issuance Date: July 15, 2014
#8386 July 28, 2014
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Legals
THE STATE OF TEXAS
NOTICE OF DEFENDANT: ‘’You
have been sued. You may employ
an attorney. If you or your attorney
do not file a written answer with the
clerk who issued this citation by
10:00 a.m. on Monday next following the expiration of 42 days after
this citation was issued, a default
judgment may be taken against
you.’’
To: Anthony Rice,
Defendant, Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to appear by filing a written answer to
the Intervener’s Petition at or before 10:00 o’clock A.M. on the
Monday next after the expiration of
42 days after the date of issuance
of this citation the same being
Monday September 8, 2014, before
the Honorable 118th District Court
of Howard County, at 312 Scurry
Street in said County in Big Spring,
Texas. Said Intervener’s Petition
was filed in said court on the
4/8/2014 in the entitled cause
49214, IN RE:ISABELLA RICE,
Cause number 49438
A brief statement of the nature of
this suit is as follows, to wit: Suit
Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship as is more fully shown by the
Intervener’s Petition on file in this
suit.
Issued and given under my hand
seal of said court at office this 24th
day of July, 2014.
COLLEEN BARTON
District Clerk of Howard County,
Texas
#8387 July, 27
Venus Pulls at Pluto
original plan had worked
out, but the current
circumstance is pretty great.
Venus and Pluto still in
That's why you continue to
opposition have
go with the flow instead of
us looking at
forcing things into your own
the big picture.
framework.
What exactly
CANCER (June 22-July
are the stakes?
22). Those who are
There has to be
interested in you are also
something
able to help you. It's safe to
important to
be candid about what you
win or lose, or
want. Confess your big
there is no
wishes first. Why waste
reason to play
time on the little ones?
the game. That's
H OLIDAY LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).
not to say the
prize is tangible
M ATHIS When you like something,
you get into it. You like it
-- some of the
all the way. Your
best aren't.
enthusiasm somehow
Maybe it's a
creates more to be
matter of self-respect, pride
enthusiastic about, and your
or simply the confirmation
passion will attract
of strength and ability.
followers, too.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
ARIES (March 21-April
You have no interest in
19). You'll hear something
selling people on what they
you said long ago repeated
don't really need or want.
back to you in a different
That's why you regularly
context. The good news is
ask yourself and others
they were listening. More
good news: You're having an what value you are
providing. Today produces
affect on them. They're
great answers.
changed because of you.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
TAURUS (April 20-May
You'll see someone -- maybe
20). What you desire will
in a picture -- and think: I
change you -- the
transformation is inevitable. love that person. And you'll
send that person a quick
You need to become
shot of love, heart to heart,
someone new in order to
and it's felt even though you
have something new. A
haven't really connected or
Scorpio will be the ideal
talked with them in years.
guide in this process.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
GEMINI (May 21-June
21). You're not asking others
21). You'll never know how
things would've been if your to do anything you wouldn't
do yourself. However, you
should know that you're
driving yourself unusually
hard these days, and others
might not be able to go at
the same intensity.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. 21). You're in touch
with your human ancestry,
though you've taken it to a
new level. You're a hunter of
ideas, a gatherer of allies.
You'll survive and thrive in
these endeavors now.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19). You'll put your
efforts into situations that
look both promising and
lucrative. But if either one
of those criteria is missing,
you'll skip it now, and
wisely so.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). You'll make a play for a
result you think will be
pleasing to you. Just
remember that you're
making an attempt, and if it
doesn't work, you can
change your attempt. It's not
who you are; it's just what
you're doing.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). You're susceptible to
influence, but being easily
influenced becomes a
positive thing when your
influences are people of
exemplary character and
remarkable talent.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAY
(July 28). The next seven
weeks bring financial good
fortune and creative fun. A
mending in your personal
life will happen in
September. October brings
an infusion of physical
strength, perhaps because
you try a new diet or
exercise program. November
brings knowledgeable
assistance for what you
really want to do. Taurus
and Sagittarius people adore
you. Your lucky numbers
are: 30, 2, 11, 48 and 5.
ASTROLOGICAL
QUESTIONS: "He talks
about getting married, but
then he doesn't ever ask me.
Do you think he's the one I
should marry? He's a
Gemini, and I'm a Libra.
He's in finance, and I'm in
agriculture. He has a
humongous family of
politicians, lawyers and
businesspeople. I come from
farmers. I moved to Virginia
to be with him, and we've
been together for five years.
Our physical connection is
still going strong. We don't
live together, we're both in
our 30s, and I think if we're
going to have a family, we
should get started. How do
you feel about us?"
You are two air signs who
love the idea of things and
are open to outside
influences to help you
decide whether or not to
bring those ideas into being.
So here are a few questions
for you:
You come from vastly
different backgrounds. But
do you share the same
Take time to
be a dad today.
Call
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or
visit
w w w. f a t h e r h o o d . g o v
values?
You've made a sacrifice
moving to be with him. Has
he made sacrifices for you?
Do you have a good time
when you travel together?
Move furniture together?
Talk about the future
together?
If you can answer "yes" to
all of these questions,
consider just laying it out
on the line for your Gemini.
Tell him you're ready to
start a family with him, and
the time is now.
CELEBRITY PROFILES:
Few women in history have
been as revered for their
style, grace and poise as
former first lady Jacqueline
Kennedy Onassis, and she is
continually celebrated as an
iconic American and New
Yorker, most recently with a
plaque in Grand Central
Station, at Park Avenue and
42nd Street, dedicating a
newly renovated entrance to
this advocate of the
landmark building.
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BEETLE BAILEY
Today is Monday, July
28, the 209th day of
2014. There are 156
days left in the year.
Today’s Highlight in
History:
On July 28, 1914,
World War I began as
Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia.
On this date:
In 1540, King Henry
VIII’s chief minister,
Thomas Cromwell, was
executed, the same day
Henry married his fifth
wife, Catherine Howard.
In 1655, French dramatist and novelist Cyrano
de Bergerac, the inspiration for a play by
Edmond Rostand, died
in Paris at age 36.
In 1794, Maximilien
Robespierre, a leading
figure of the French
Revolution, was sent to
the guillotine.
In 1821, Peru declared
its independence from
Spain.
In 1928, the Summer
Olympic games opened
in Amsterdam.
In 1932, federal troops
forcibly dispersed
the so-called “Bonus
Army” of World War I
veterans who had gathered in Washington to
demand payments they
weren’t scheduled to
receive until 1945.
In 1945, a U.S. Army
bomber crashed into
the 79th floor of New
York’s Empire State
Building, killing 14
people. The U.S. Senate ratified the United
Nations Charter by a
vote of 89-2.
In 1959, in preparation
for statehood, Hawaiians voted to send the
first Chinese-American,
Republican Hiram L.
Fong, to the U.S. Senate and the first Japanese-American, Democrat Daniel K. Inouye,
to the U.S. House of
Representatives.
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Monday, July 28, 2014
Byron Scott says he will be LA Lakers’ new coach
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The
Los Angeles Lakers have waited nearly three months to hire
a new coach, and they’re apparently making Byron Scott wait
a few more days.
Scott said this weekend
that he has been hired by the
Lakers, but the club insisted
Sunday that no deal has been
reached.
Scott, who won three NBA
titles as a shooting guard for
the Lakers, told KCBS-TV he
will take over the club, which
hasn’t had a coach since Mike
D’Antoni resigned April 30.
“It feels fantastic,” he told
KCBS. “This is a dream come
true. I always wanted to coach
the Lakers, especially when I
got to coaching. It’s so unreal. I
have to thank (general manager) Mitch (Kupchak), (owners)
Jeanie and Jim Buss to give me
this opportunity.”
Yet Kupchak and the Buss
siblings remained mum Sunday, extending their strange
coach-less summer to the final
days of July.
ESPN.com first reported
Scott would take over the Lakers with a four-year, $17 million contract.
Scott is undoubtedly qualified
for the job after stints as a head
coach with New Jersey, New
Orleans and Cleveland. He was
Kobe Bryant’s teammate during Bryant’s rookie year with
the Lakers in 1996-97, and the
superstar endorsed Scott for
the job earlier this month.
“He was my rookie mentor
when I first came in the league,
so I had to do things like get him
doughnuts and run errands for
him, things like that,” said Bryant, who played just six games
last season. “We’ve had a tremendously close relationship
throughout the years.”
Scott also spent last season
as a television commentator
on the Lakers’ own network,
watching the franchise’s implosion up close.
Los Angeles finished 27-55
last season, compiling the most
losses in the 16-time NBA champions’ history. The Lakers had
their worst winning percentage since the Minneapolis Lakers’ 1957-58 season, missing
the playoffs for just the third
time in 38 seasons as the NBA’s
most glamorous franchise was
reduced to ineptitude.
Scott will be the Lakers’ fifth
head coach in just over three
years, starting with Phil Jack-
son’s departure after the 2010-11
season. D’Antoni, who replaced
Mike Brown and interim coach
Bernie Bickerstaff, resigned after going 67-87.
Scott has been a head coach
for parts of 13 NBA seasons, going 416-521 with the Nets, Hornets and Cavaliers. He led New
Jersey to back-to-back Eastern
Conference championships in
2002 and 2003, losing the NBA
finals each time.
Scott has won three division
titles and was the NBA’s coach
of the year in 2008, but he also
has been fired from each of his
three jobs.
Several candidates for the
coaching job interviewed with
the Lakers over the past three
months, including Lionel Hollins and George Karl. Scott has
been widely considered the
front-runner for the job for several weeks, but Kupchak and
Jim Buss appeared to be more
focused on the NBA draft and
free agency.
Los Angeles landed Kentucky
power forward Julius Randle
with the seventh overall pick
in the draft, but struck out on
every big-name free agent despite aggressively courting
Carmelo Anthony and entertaining dreams of landing LeBron James.
The Lakers couldn’t even retain Pau Gasol, who spent the
past seven seasons with the
club. The 7-foot Spaniard, who
was regularly booed by Staples
Center fans last season despite
his two championship rings,
spurned the Lakers’ overtures
for a deal with the Chicago
Bulls.
Scoreboard
BASKETBALL
WNBA
Eastern Conference
W L Pct GB
Atlanta
15 9 .625 —
Washington 13 13 .500 3
Indiana
12 13 .480 3½
New York
10 14 .417 5
Chicago
10 15 .400 5½
Connecticut 10 16 .385 6
Western Conference
W L Pct GB
x-Phoenix 21 3 .875 —
x-Minnesota 20 6 .769 2
San Antonio 12 14 .462 10
Los Angeles 11 14 .440 10½
Tulsa
9 17 .346 13
Seattle
9 18 .333 13½
Sunday’s Games
Minnesota 76, Connecticut 65
Washington 77, Atlanta 67
Tulsa 79, Chicago 69
Monday’s Games
Indiana at Los Angeles, 10:30
p.m.
Tuesday’s Games
Connecticut at Atlanta, 12
p.m.
Washington at New York, 7
p.m.
Chicago at San Antonio, 8
p.m.
Seattle at Tulsa, 8 p.m.
Los Angeles at Phoenix, 10
p.m.
BASEBALL
American League
East Division
W L Pct GB
Baltimore 58 46 .558 —
Toronto
56 50 .528 3
New York 54 50 .519 4
Tampa Bay 51 54 .486 7½
Boston
48 57 .457 10½
Central Division
W L Pct GB
Detroit
57 45 .559 —
Kansas City 53 51 .510 5
Cleveland 52 53 .495 6½
Chicago
51 55 .481 8
Minnesota 47 57 .452 11
West Division
W L Pct GB
Oakland
65 39 .625 —
Los Angeles 63 41 .606 2
Seattle
54 51 .514 11½
Houston
42 63 .400 23½
Texas
41 64 .390 24½
Sunday’s Games
Toronto 5, N.Y. Yankees 4
Boston 3, Tampa Bay 2
Minnesota 4, Chicago White
Sox 3
Cleveland 10, Kansas City 3
Miami 4, Houston 2
L.A. Angels 2, Detroit 1
Baltimore 3, Seattle 2, 10
innings
Oakland 9, Texas 3
Monday’s Games
Milwaukee (Lohse 11-4) at
Tampa Bay (Odorizzi 6-8), 7:10
p.m.
Toronto (Dickey 8-10) at
Boston (Buchholz 5-6), 7:10
p.m.
N.Y. Yankees (Phelps 5-4) at
Texas (Darvish 9-6), 8:05 p.m.
Oakland (J.Chavez 8-6) at
Houston (Oberholtzer 2-7), 8:10
p.m.
Tuesday’s Games
L.A. Angels (Weaver 11-6)
at Baltimore (Tillman 7-5), 7:05
p.m.
Seattle (Iwakuma 8-5) at
Cleveland (Bauer 4-5), 7:05
p.m.
Chicago White Sox (Quintana
5-7) at Detroit (An.Sanchez 7-4),
7:08 p.m.
Milwaukee (Garza 7-7) at
Tampa Bay (Cobb 6-6), 7:10
p.m.
Toronto (Stroman 6-2) at
Boston (R.De La Rosa 3-3), 7:10
p.m.
N.Y. Yankees (McCarthy 2-0)
at Texas (N.Martinez 1-6), 8:05
p.m.
Minnesota (Swarzak 2-0) at
Kansas City (Shields 9-5), 8:10
p.m.
Oakland (Samardzija 2-1) at
Houston (Feldman 4-8), 8:10
p.m.
National League
East Division
W L Pct GB
Washington 57 45 .559 —
Atlanta
57 48 .543 1½
Miami
51 53 .490 7
New York
50 55 .476 8½
Philadelphia 46 59 .438 12½
Central Division
W L Pct GB
Milwaukee 59 47 .557 —
St. Louis
56 48 .538 2
Pittsburgh
55 49 .529 3
Cincinnati
52 52 .500 6
Chicago
42 61 .408 15½
West Division
W L Pct GB
Los Angeles 59 47 .557 —
San Francisco 57 48 .543 1½
San Diego
46 58 .442 12
Arizona
45 60 .429 13½
Colorado
43 61 .413 15
Sunday’s Games
Washington 4, Cincinnati 2
Philadelphia 4, Arizona 2
Miami 4, Houston 2
N.Y. Mets 2, Milwaukee 0
St. Louis 1, Chicago Cubs 0
Pittsburgh 7, Colorado 5
Atlanta 8, San Diego 3
L.A. Dodgers 4, San Francisco
3
Monday’s Games
San Diego (Lane 0-0) at Atlanta
(E.Santana 9-6), 12:10 p.m.
Arizona (C.Anderson 6-4)
at Cincinnati (Bailey 8-5), 7:10
p.m.
Milwaukee (Lohse 11-4) at
Tampa Bay (Odorizzi 6-8), 7:10
p.m.
Philadelphia (A.Burnett 6-9) at
N.Y. Mets (B.Colon 9-8), 7:10
p.m.
Washington (Zimmermann
6-5) at Miami (Eovaldi 5-6), 7:10
p.m.
Colorado (Flande 0-2) at
Chicago Cubs (Wada 0-1), 8:05
p.m.
Pittsburgh (Worley 3-1) at San
Francisco (Bumgarner 12-7),
10:15 p.m.
Tuesday’s Games
Arizona (Cahill 1-7) at
Cincinnati (Leake 7-9), 7:10
p.m.
Milwaukee (Garza 7-7) at
Tampa Bay (Cobb 6-6), 7:10
p.m.
Philadelphia (Hamels 5-5) at
N.Y. Mets (Gee 4-3), 7:10 p.m.
Washington (Strasburg 7-8) at
Miami (H.Alvarez 7-5), 7:10 p.m.
Colorado (J.De La Rosa 11-6)
at Chicago Cubs (E.Jackson
5-11), 8:05 p.m.
Atlanta (Harang 9-6) at L.A.
Dodgers (Beckett 6-5), 10:10
p.m.
St. Louis (Lynn 11-7) at San
Diego (T.Ross 9-10), 10:10 p.m.
Pittsburgh (Liriano 2-7) at San
Francisco (Hudson 8-7), 10:15
p.m.
Texas League
North Division
W L Pct GB
Arkansas
20 17 .541 —
NW Arkansas 18 19 .486 2
x-Tulsa
16 21 .432 4
Springfield
15 22 .405 5
South Division
W L Pct. GB
Midland
23 14 .622 —
x-Frisco
21 16 .568 2
San Antonio
18 19 .486 5
Corpus Christi 17 20 .459 6
x-clinched first half
Sunday’s Games
Frisco 12, San Antonio 4
Springfield 5, NW Arkansas 4
Arkansas 6, Tulsa 2
Midland 11, Corpus Christi 3
Monday’s Games
Midland at Frisco, 8:05 p.m.
Springfield at Tulsa, 8:05 p.m.
Northwest
Arkansas
at
Arkansas, 8:10 p.m.
San Antonio at Corpus Christi,
8:10 p.m.
Tuesday’s Games
Midland at Frisco, 8:05 p.m.
Springfield at Tulsa, 8:05 p.m.
Northwest
Arkansas
at
Arkansas, 8:10 p.m.
San Antonio at Corpus Christi,
8:10 p.m.
FOOTBALL
Arena Football League
National Conference
West Division
W L Pct PF PA
z-Arizona
15 3 .833 1151 905
San Antonio 3 15 .167 781 1052
Los Angeles 3 15 .167 699 1010
Pacific Division
W L Pct PF PA
y-San Jose
13 5 .722 999 723
x-Spokane
11 7 .611 957 843
x-Portland
5 13 .278 816 965
American Conference
South Division
W L Pct PF PA
y-Orlando
11 7 .611 1005 957
Tampa Bay
8 10 .444 904 953
Jacksonville 7 11 .389 879 862
New Orleans 3 15 .167 770 1011
East Division
W L Pct PF PA
z-Cleveland
17 1 .944 991 782
x-Pittsburgh
15 3 .833 1015 778
x-Philadelphia 9 9 .500 1021 949
Iowa
6 12 .333 848 1046
x-clinched playoff spot
y-clinched division
z-clinched conference
Saturday’s Games
Pittsburgh 64, Philadelphia 34
Jacksonville 53, Los Angeles 36
Orlando 56, Arizona 50
Cleveland 56, Tampa Bay 49
San Antonio 38, New Orleans
35, OT
San Jose 72, Iowa 43
Spokane 45, Portland 40
End of Regular Season
TRANSACTIONS
American League
HOUSTON ASTROS

Recalled RHP Paul Clemens
from Oklahoma City (PCL).
OAKLAND ATHLETICS —
Reinstated INF Alberto Callaspo
from the 15-day DL. Optioned
1B Nate Freiman to Sacramento
(PCL).
TORONTO BLUE JAYS —
Activated OF Nolan Reimold
from the 15-day DL. Designated
RHP Esmil Rogers to Buffalo
(IL).
National League
CINCINNATI
REDS

Activated INF Jack Hannahan
from the 60-day DL. Optioned
RHP Curtis Partch to Louisville
(IL).
LOS ANGELES DODGERS
— Reinstated INF Erisbel
Arruebarrena from the DL
and optioned him to Rancho
Cucamonga (CAL).
American Association
AMARILLO SOX — Signed
RHP Seth Lintz.
Can-Am League
NEW JERSEY JACKALS —
Signed LHP Eric Katzman.
QUEBEC CAPITALES —
Signed RHP Danny Moskovits.
TROIS-RIVIERES AIGLES —
Signed INF Daniel Mateo.
Frontier League
EVANSVILLE OTTERS —
Traded RHP Orlando Santos to
the Southern Maryland (Atlantic)
for RHP Eric Massingham.
NORMAL CORNBELTERS

Signed
RHP
Ethan
Elias. Released RHP Corey
MacDonald.
FOOTBALL
National Football League
CAROLINA PANTHERS —
Signed RB Fozzy Whittaker and
S Tom Nelson.
CHICAGO BEARS — Waived
G James Dunbar.
GREEN BAY PACKERS —
Named Adam Korzun director of
performance nutrition.
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS —
Re-signed RB Davin Meggett.
Placed LB Aaron Morgan on
injured reserve.
MINNESOTA VIKINGS —
Signed TE Kyle Rudolph to a
5-year contract extension.
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
— Released WR Greg Orton.
Signed WR Brian Tyms and WR
Stanford Cole.
NEW YORK JETS — Activated
G Willie Colon from the active/
PUP list.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
BUFFALO
SABRES

Re-signed F Luke Adam to a
one-year contract.
COLLEGE
SAM HOUSTON STATE —
Named Jonathan Small football
operations coordinator.
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