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Douglass Funeral Home
11 West Pajaro Street
Ajo , AZ 85321
(520) 387-7863
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El Paso boxing match draws crowd despite fears of violence - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Sunday. Spectators were inspected and patted down at the door. No alcohol was sold, even though Mexican beer maker Tecate sponsored the event. Many fans said they felt safe, and no major problems were reported. “I know there’s a lot of security; it’s not a big deal,” spectator José Aguino told Fox News. The crowd at the stadium, which is about 500 yards from the border, included a good number of "Juarenses," Mexican residents of neighboring Ciudad Juarez who came to cheer for Chavez, a Sinaloa native and son of the legendary boxer. Enrique López, a UTEP commuter student, waved a Mexican flag with his friends in the stands. “He’s the son of a legend, Julio César Chávez.” López told Fox News. “I followed him since I was little.” In the end, Chavez fans were rewarded: He won the fight in the seventh round.    ...

Edmond 'Pete' SwindellMary Jean (Squires) Swindell

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Dillon and Glasgow, and Mary Jean continued her work as a beautician in several hair salons along the way until their retirement in Colorado Springs.Pete retired in December 1985 as Command Sgt. Major for the Department of the Army. Upon his retirement, their great adventure began. They sold their home in Colorado Springs and bought a new one on wheels. For the next 30 years they traveled the United States and Canada, but always managed to spend the holidays with their daughter and her family. During their time on the road they participated in many new and interesting activities. Their most favorite was teaching line dancing in the various parks and rallies they traveled to. They formed a team of dancers and won awards for their abilities. Pete also played the harmonica and Mary Jean accompanied him on her Q-chord. They performed for their local churches and participated in jam sessions with other friends in the camping world. Mary Jean took classes at the college in Casa Grande, Ariz., and began the challenge of learning Spanish. In addition, she did extraordinary beadwork, creating many beautiful pieces. Her other talents included knitting and crocheting, which she did while Pete drove them from place to place. There was never a time when they didn’t have something new to learn, someone to visit with or a new sight to see. Their lives were full and they enjoyed every minute of their time together, even those times when they were lost and had no clue as to how to turn that big motorhome around to get back on the correct route. Their love and devotion to each other was eviden... (Lewistown News-Argus)

Driver's drowsiness blamed for Bronx bus crash that killed 15 - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
World Wide Travel of Greater New York, could not be reached for comment. The tragedy was “one of the deadliest crashes the NTSB has ever investigated,” Hersman said, and one of four major motor coach accidents on American highways in the last year. The others were a crash in New Hampshire with multiple injuries, a rollover in Doswell, Va., that killed four people and a tour bus crash on the New Jersey Turnpike that killed the driver and one passenger. A list of recommendations for federal agencies could change safety standards across the country for motor coaches, as buses designed for long-distance travel are known. The recommendations include mandatory seat belts, on-board monitoring systems and more extensive background checks for potential drivers. In the past, federal agencies have enacted more than 80% of the safety board’s recommendations, NTSB spokesman Peter Knudson said. The motor coach industry transports as many passengers each year as the domestic airlines, he said. Williams had been fired from two other companies and racked up 18 driving license suspensions over two decades before World Wide Travel hired him, investigators found. Williams has pleaded not guilty to charges of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide. The NTSB said Williams mostly worked overnight, driving to the casino in the late evening and returning in the early morning. On his days off, investigators said, he slept on a nocturnal sleep schedule, scrambling his body clock. Williams told investigators he had slept during the day before the crash, but his cell phone and rental car had been used continuously, the report said. The NTSB shut down World Wide Travel after the accident and said in the report that the c...

Credit ratings cut for 15 banks - El Paso Inc.

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Already grappling with weak profits and global economic turmoil, 15 major banks were hit with credit downgrades Thursday that could do more damage to their bottom lines and further unsettle equity markets. The credit agency, Moody’s Investors Service, which warned banks in February that a downgrade was possible, cut the credit scores of banks to new lows to reflect risks that the industry has encountered since the financial crisis. “The risks of this industry becam...

Council members push to place library backers' initiative on ... - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Councilmen Kansen Chu, Ash Kalra and Xavier Campos have asked that the initiative be placed on the City Council's Aug. 7 agenda, where the full council could discuss it. If a council majority approves, the charter amendment could still appear on the fall ballot -- the only fair option, proponents say, to correct an error by the City Clerk, who gave them the wrong information about how many signatures were needed to qualify the ballot measure. The trio also wants city staff to meet with Save San Jose Libraries proponents to talk about potential ch...

Cleveland Indians - TeamReport - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Houston on Friday. "He pitched very aggressively and was lights out," manager Manny Acta said. Perez blew a save on opening day but is 23-for-23 in save situations since then. The 23 saves lead the major leagues. --RHP Ubaldo Jimenez pitched 6 2/3 scoreless innings to get the win in the Indians' 2-0 win over Houston on Friday. "Early in the year when his command wasn't there, as soon as guys got on base he unraveled," Acta said. "Now, he doesn't panic. When somebody gets on base, he makes pitches." Jimenez, who had a 6.75 ERA in six starts in May, is 2-1 with a 2.05 ERA in four starts in June. --2B Jason Kipnis, who leads the Indians in several offensive categories, hasn't been in many slumps this season, but he's in a mini-slump now. Kipnis was 0-for-3 Friday and is hitless in his last 12 at-bats. --RHP Vinnie Pestano pitched out of a two-on, two-out jam when relieving RHP Ubaldo Jimenez in the seventh inning Friday. Pestano has stranded all 13 base runners he has inherited this season. That's the most inherited runners stranded by any AL reliever. --RHP Justin Masterson's three-hit 8-1 win over the Reds on Thursday was the first complete game by an Indians pitcher at Progressive Field in almost two years. Prior to Masterson's, the last complete game at home by an Indians pitcher was by Josh Tomlin, on Sept. 24, 2010, vs. Kansas City. BY THE NUMBERS: 0-10 -- The Indians' record, prior to Friday night, in games in which they had five or fewer hits. Friday they had four hits but beat Houston 2-0. QUOTE TO NOTE: "He's a guy we can trust, because he's done it in the past." -- Manager Manny Acta on RHP Ubaldo Jimenez, who after a slow start is now 7-5 and has a 2.05 ERA in four starts in June. ----------------------------------------------- MLB Team Report - Cleveland Indians - ROSTER REPORT MEDICAL WATCH: --DH Travis Hafner (sore right knee) went on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 24. He had surgery May 31 to repair a frayed meniscus. He took batting practice June 19, but the timetable for his return was uncertain. --LHP Rafael Perez (strained left lat muscle) went on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 26, and he was transferred to the 60-day DL on May 26. He was cleared to resume a throwing program in mid-June. --OF Grady Sizemore (back surgery in March 2012) went on the 60-day disabled list April 4. He was cleared to begin baseball activities in late April and took live batting practice May 16. His rehab was slowed again in early June, and there was no timetable for his return. --RHP Carlos Carrasco (Tommy John surgery in September 2011) went on the 60-day disabled list March 26. He is expected to throw off a bullpen mound in Ne...

Cincinnati Reds - TeamReport - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
It was easily his best game since coming off the disabled list Monday.BY THE NUMBERS: 8.56 -- The Reds' household rating on Fox Sports Ohio, the highest in the majors.QUOTE TO NOTE: "We had some untimely strikeouts. You've got to make contact in that situation. Those will haunt." -- Manager Dusty Baker, on the Reds' failure to get the run in from third with one out in the seventh and the ninth innings Friday in a 5-4 loss to the Twins.

Chapman's 2nd straight blown save costs Reds - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
The shot extended to 62 the number of consecutive games in which at least one home run has been hit at Great American Ball Park, the longest current streak in the majors. The score was 1-all when Mauer lined Leake's first pitch of the seventh to right field for a single and Willingham followed with a double, setting up Justin Morneau's RBI groundout. Valdez led off the eighth inning with an infield single. Votto followed with his 14th homer of the season, an opposite-field drive to left. NOTES: Reds SS Zack Cozart, who had one hit in 14 at-bats over his last three games, also got Sunday off. Valdez started in his place.

Birmingham's Michael Thompson shoots 66 to lead U.S. Open, Tiger ... - al.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
The 27-year-old from still couldn't feel too comfortable with a familiar face lurking at the top of the leaderboard in another major. Especially this one. Woods birdied consecutive holes late in his round and played the Lake Course with the kind of confidence that has made him a 14-time major champion. He bogeyed his second-to-last hole and finished with a 1-under 69 to blow away playing partners Phil Mickelson (76) and Bubba Watson (78). David Toms (69) also was tied with Woods. The morning fog that blanketed the tight, twisting grounds lifted by the time the group of Woods, Mickelson and Watson made the turn. Not that Woods needed faster and firmer conditions under the sun against longtime rival Mickelson and reigning Masters champion Watson. All the roars belonge...

Austin Jackson is the most important Tiger - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
The Rays aren't as solid on defense as they usually are. They have given up 38 unearned runs, the most in the majors, and B.J. Upton's shaky play in center is really hurting them. Seattle's Ichiro Suzuki entered the weekend with a .206 on-base percentage since being dropped back into the leadoff spot June 1. He never walks, which is a big problem for a leadoff guy. The Rockies starters were averaging only 5.19 innings per start when Manager Jim Tracy announced he was going to a four-man rotation, which would not include opening day starter Jeremy Guthrie. Only three other teams (1977 Mariners, 2003 Rangers and '07 Rangers) have fewer innings from their starters. The key to this plan working out will be the long relievers, Guthrie and Guillermo Moscoso. The future of the Pirates' pitching staff — Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon — will be on display in the Futures game July 8 in Kansas City, Mo.




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