Jackson County Floridan


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Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Marianna Fla
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United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Locals to mee on sturgeon request

From staff reports of 5.7 million gallons of water million gallons on some days, as The informal meeting coming fears the extra withdrawals could per dayfrom the Floridan aqui- long as the dailywithdrawal over up Thursday was organized by have catastrophic effects on the A' meeting will be held at 4:30 fer. The farm, Sturgeon Aqua- the course of each reporting pe- Tim Skipper, a local citizen who aquifer, drinking supplies in the p.m. Thursday at Sneads City Farms, LLC, already is approved riod averages no more than 5.7 said he believes Ocheesee Pond local area, and on recreational Hall to discuss a local sturgeon to draw roughly 1.5 million gal- million. The Northwest Florida near his land hasd already been uses like fishing and swimming. farm's application for approval lons per day, and, if the permit Management District is over this negatively affected by the farm's for an average daily withdrawal is approved could draw up to 7.2 permitting process. crrent withdrawal and that he See STURGEON, Page 9A

A Police charge two

t inaudulent

Steep Qej ack works iritn
SVrescrptons case

n St. LFrom staff reports
Marianna police arrested
on St. Lu S ur a doctor's office employee
and her boyfriend in reBY DEBORAH BU(6KHALTER lation to fraudulent predbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com scriptions case, after the
woman's employer called McDonald Jeter
n Tuesday, John Fergu- to report illegal activity.
S son's right hand was still .On Tuesday, July 2, of- terngine that on several oc0 swollen and throbbing ficers with the Marianna casions McDonald called
from the sting of at least one Police Department were in fraudulent prescriptions
wasp that drilled him Monday contacted by staff at a of a controlled substance
as he worked high atop St. Luke's -local medical office be- for herself and her longEpiscopal ChArch in Marianna, cause it was believed that time boyfriend, Jeter, who
but the steeplejack didn't let that an employee there had on several of those occakeep him from the job. been calling in fraudulent sions was the one who reSuch things come with the prescriptions. trieved the prescriptions
territory. An affidavit filed by the from the pharmacy.
He sat in a boson's chair es- investigating officer says Court documents list
sentially a wide, backless plank a doctor at the 'facility in- when similar prescripof wood designed from nautical formed him that employee tions are said to have been
inspirations suspended by Ashleigh Rene McDonald, called in, dating back to
ropes almost 65 feet in the air 29, of Marianna, had come Dec. 2012.
and worked his way around the to him the day before and The 'investigating officer
steeple's spire most of the morn- ..told him she'd used the also obtained video from
ing Tuesday, cleaning it. When he name and DEA number the pharmacy. In it, he
came downfor a break around of another doctor at the says, Jeter is seen picking
lunchtime, he looked up and saw office to call in a prescrip- up the medication.
another wasp lurking overhead tion for her boyfriend, An arrest warrant iwas
near the spire. He vowed to dis- Larry Travis Jeter, 34, also obtained Monday, July 8,
patch the nest on his next trip up of Marianna. for the couple and they
the ropes nd ladders. The prescription, which were taken into custody at
He's the'first to carry outa ma- was stopped by the phar- their Marianna residence
jor refurbishment on the steeple. macy, was for 40 Lortab without incident.
It's been in place 66 years now, pills, each containing 7.5 McDonald was charged
ever since the church was built mg of the opiate hydroco- with obtaining or attemptin 1947 to replace the original done and 500 mg of anal- ing to' obtain a controlled
sanctuary. The steeple, made up gesic acetaminophen. substance by misrepreof a belfry, bell tower anda spire MPD learned that the sentation or fraud, seven
topped off by a cross, is in large office manager had con- counts.
part made of copper except for tacted the pharmcy and Jeter was charged with
spire made of another metal. Its 'found that several more obtaining or attempting
bellis made of brass. Ferguson prescriptions for the same to obtain a controlled subbeli aeo rass. Ferguson
pulled the rope to hear it ring drug had been called in. stance by misrepresentaTuesday, pausing to take in the Officers were able to de- tion or fraud, four counts.
sound of the old-fashioned
ringer,..... N o h Flm a
He's workedin many places see
where electronics have replaced see
clapper-style bells, and appreci- l
ates that St Luke hasn't con- Lawson-Graham
*verted. He's enjoying the, church ... -'
and its historic cemetery, as
well, he said, getting a bird's eye pn m ary m 2
view ofit on a daily basis. "This r ma 'T i 2()
is a really fite church, a nice MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
cemetery," he said. "Teres a lot Steeplejack John O'Hara Ferguson works on the St. Luke's Episcopal Church BY ANGIE COOK of history here:" steeple in the structure's first major refurbishment since it was erected in acook@jcfloridan.com
He started the job Monday and 1947. ,
expects to be done by Saturday paint off the old surrounding small job. In Savannah recently, Former State Senator Al or early next week. He's replacing boards and didn't think that, all he worked on a spire that rose Lawson says he may give some wood, cleaning, repaint- said and done, the look of the 186 feet i the air, for instance, fellow Democrat Gwen. ing and givilig the old steeple a belfry would be as pleasing when Another job took him 224 feet in Graham a 2014 primary general facelift. Some boards in they were repainted. He's basing the air on a nine-month job. race for the U.S. Congres- Lawson Graham the belfry, or gable, have begun that judgment on more than 40 Now 47, Ferguson started sional seat currently held to rot, and he's having duplicates years' experience in the trade. working with his father and by Rep. Steve Southerland, name in Florida politics, fashioned by some Mennonite Based in the Pensacola area, he uncle at the age of five or so in R-Panama City. one who's already working
friends who are master carpen- 'travels all over the southeastern the business that his grandfather Lawson said in- an inter- to make inroads in rural 'ters, he said. They'll also du- United States doing this kind of had established. But he only did view with CQ Roll Call, "I'm North Florida. plicate the crown molding that work contract by contract. He ground jobs in his earliest years. interested," and indicated Graham, daughter of fortrims out the look of the gable. also chsTes hurricanes for the He'd send supplies to the adults that he plans to do some mer Florida governor and Originally planning to replace opportunity repair steeples from the ground to their perches polling and make the deci- former U.S. Senator. Bob only the damaged boards, he and many other kinds of struc- in the air. They paid him $10 a sion in the next few weeks. Graham, spent the last ultimately decided to have all thres damaged in such storms, day for his work. "I bought a lot Lawson lost the FLO2 Con- few years with the Leon the boards around the damaged He stayed in Homestead six of bubble gum," he said with a gressional race to Souther- County School District as ones replaced, as well. He said it months after Hurricane Andrew, laugh. land in 2012. an attorney and chief lawould be a more lasting'solution three years in another storm- He also painted the lower por- If he does run, before bor negotiator. She was in for the steeple and a faster op- struck area, and pullstup stakes tons of flagpoles for them as he Lawson gets a rematch Jackson County recently, tion for him, as well. Otherwise, easily when the job calls for it, against Southerland, he'll pulling weeds at Alford
he would have had to scrape the St. Luke's is a comparatively See CHURCH, Page 9A have to win a primary Family Farm, continuing
against Graham, a candidate with a well-known last See PRIMARY, Page 9A

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)AQKON CONTYCommunity Calendar'
WEDNESDAY, JULY10 Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group Madison St. Park in Mariannat Purchase fresh fruits
...Dig..nt eading it the Jackson County -530p m at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board and vegetables grown by local farmers. )),D g I t eading"with the Jackson County ....... :++:+,. ... :. : +.+ + ,,+ + ++ ;: + ++ ,:,; +++ + +.:+ + ;
Publisher -IVIeria Roberts Public Library's Summer Reading Program Room. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by ex- Muskogee Creek Tribe History Seminar-9:30
vroberts@jcfloridan.com Gracetle CivicCenter. Preschool age from 10-11 smokers forthose who want to become ex-smokers a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Blue LakeCmmunity Center, .
a.m. and school age1-15 a.mn.to 12:15 p.m. For themselves. C4l 4182-500. 1865 U.S. 77 in Chipley. Cost is $20 per person. Call
Circulation Manager Deria Obersk reservations call 482-9631. )) Town of Grand Ridge Regular Monthly Council 229-762-3169. 1doberskil@jdfloridan com ~ nnmu pnMeig-Noon Meeting -6 p.m. at the Grand Ridge Town Hall. The )) A Mford Community Health Clinic Ho urs 10
T t o i eAAroofnFirUnited Methdst public is invited. Call 592-4621. a.m.u ntil last patient is seen, at 1770'Carolinia St. in
US Church,2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 6th Annual Summer Concert Series featuring Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
Telephone: 850-526-3614 ~.Basi c Computer Class Part 2- Noon to 3 p.m Twenty on Red 7-9 p.m. at Citizens Lodge in Mari- without medical insurancetreats' short-term illFAX. 850-482-4478 -, at the Goodwvill Career Train ing Center, 4742 U.S. 961 anna. This free event is presented by Jackson County nesses and chronic conditions. Appointments availMarianna. Free class teaches basic components and Parks and Recreation and Main Street Marianna. able (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins welcome. .. .. ... .. .. ... ... ..... .....da~ cor S ign in before noon . . ... .. .
MailingAddress: use of a computer. Call 526-0139. Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8-9 Sign i before no.
"DigIntothe acksn Conty p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia. Miss Pink Heals Beauty Pageant -4 4p.mr. at
P0.Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447 "iInoReading" with teJcsnCut tMrani h*roAtnac iie o EaglWrhpCne, 4 ebeHl od
public Library's Sume Reading Program St ann Center65PebbHillRoad
s- Cmpbellton atThe Gallery. Preschool age from persons with a desire to stop drinking; papers will not Marianna. Doors open at 3:30 p.m., admission fee 4403 Constitutin Lane 2-3 p.m. and school age,3:15-4:15 p.m. For reserva- be signed. .is $5 per person. Divisions include: BabyMiss, Tiny
Marianna, FL 32446 tiori5 call 482-9631. 'Miss, Little Miss, Junior Miss, Teen Miss aid Miss..
Office Hours:'- FFAY, JULY 12 Proceeds will benefit women and children in the
Weekdas, 8 am.to 5p.m THURSA JL11 ))Knitters Nook 10 a.m. at the Jackson County- Jackson County a rea who are battling cancer. Call
S~SDY. JJLY209-3068 or 693-0953. SEJackson County Growers Association/Mari- Public LibraryMa.rianna Branch. New and epei- ))AIcoholics Anonymous 0pen Meeting 430 anna City Farmers Market -7 a.rm. to noonat 5 a 3 530pm. inthe AA room of FirstUnited Methodist
You should r .eceiveyoiir newspaper no-later Madison St. Park in Marianna, Purchase fresh fruits ))Hot Dok;fu$draiser/School Supplies Drive Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna..
than 6 a.m. If idoes not arrive, call Circula- and vegetablesgrownby local farmers. -,11 a.rr. to 1:30 p.T. at Madison Street Park, .dowrn..
-tion b twen 6 am an onTedyt D istriliution of Jac Ikson County Farmers town Marianna. Two hot dogs, chips and-dessert for SUNPAY JULY i4Fridy a o Market Coupons 9-10 a.m. at Malone City Hall, a 5 aoPcdeb hos l
Jac~~~~ kso ConyIFoian-S2N0 Seds City Hall ad Gr l Senio Cities for children'in the dependency system. Donated i) Deadline to donate $1 in exchange fpr a ticket
--i ~uliheduesaythrugh ~ Individuals applying must beat least 60 years of school siupplies can be dropped off during the event. for, an opportunity to win a complete set of~ anis published aeueresidehinughkFridaynand d oiero f Presented by the Quality Parenting lnitiativa.Call nual Christmas ornaments produced for Century
-~ ~~ ~ae resime, Soina o Cuty r and Floid pctof oDf 8258
Sundy mrnings. Periodical postage pai gic, Soia Seuiy adadlrd ptr ID 8-58 21's traditional Easter Seals Society fundaiser.
at Marianna, FL ;-Cal-263-.4650 or 263-2.774. ~Better Breathers; Club Meeting -2-3 p.m. in :- On Monday, July 15, Marianna Police Chief Hayes
~ Srin/Sume Clthig Sle-9 ~m~o the Hudnall Building Community Roomn, Jackson .Baggett will draw the~winning name.
SpigSme ltigSale -&~! 9+ a:tm. .....to.:::
pm.Stneh t Hospital Cap, 4230Hospital Drive in Marianna. Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
atS. nehi Store, St. ; An e aic: ::(n6eAtn+ t~+ [di~i 5:::Efy
SUBSCRIPTION RATES .- Church in Marianna. Call 482-3734. Karrien Sellers, RN, BSN of Jackson. Hospital -6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Mar 'ianria
Emergency Services will present. "KnowingYour (in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.).. Homie dellvery: $11.23 per-month; $28 iplCvcCubMeeting -NoatTeOaks -.Emergency Room, Bring a friend or caregiver. No Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stp
forthree monthss, $62.05 for six months; -Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna..The CCC's focus * and $123.45 for one year. All prices include' is the local community,"Community, Children & 7182849 ., Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in
subspibnstate aid altane. Mail Crer ebrate Recovery ,7 p.m. at Evangel Worship the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
n mt be pd Tai n N aheGoodwil Center 2645 Pebble Hill Road inMarianna. Adult, 5429 College Drive, Graceville.
--subscritions are: $46.12 for three months:,-- Triig Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marlana Lanjb *teenl meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and $92.24 for'six months; and $84.47 for-one- seeking/retention skills; get job search assistance. ,-hang-ups."Dinner: 6 p.m. Child-care available. Call MONDAY, JULY 15
year -- 2 7 c e.56,573.1131. . .
Employability Workshop "Mock Interviewing" Meeting -8-9 Children's Summer Feeding Program Morn2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One StopCareer Cen- p) Alcohoc An o oon o F"ethodis ing-snack at 9a.m. and lunch at noon at St. James
-; 0- p~a5 ; iEm iyRI ...m.i. room r of : Fis nited ethodist A.M.E Church, 2891 Orange St- in Maria hnna iFree:
Th DVERTISING ter, 4636 US. 90 in Marianna. Visit EmployFlorda. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. p ro i vailabe Mr 2daFtifMari ree
Teadvertiser agrees that the publisher coni-to register or call 718-0326. prga is avialodyFrdyfrcide
shal no beliabe-fr drilges risng JacsonCouty choo Bord egulr Mnthy .through age 18. Morning snacks such as milk, juice,
thel anout liableforamgensiin Wrkso -ounty Sceooflfoa n St.un Man- SATURDAY, JULY13 cereal and lunch items such as sandwiches and
outof s paid advrtisement beyond nWorksops pen to t0efufcTe agenda i s ri-.. A w willb hp......r This isAn o pn walk-in site, no
ocupedbytht orio o te dvrtse pstdat, wwwljcsb~ro t.al1482-1200. .na CityFrmersuzMarke u.t-7 a~mt noon at preregstatini reuied Cal.5-65-94..
ment inwhic therro ocurre~whther. Thesubmission deadline for thi scalendarjs two days before publication Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, PO. Box 520, Marianra, FL32447,
suchr~ois ue t th nelignce f 4d, *,"m ehieditor al@icfloridan~com,-ax 850-482-478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna .. +. -e

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nesae i~ntkoigy ceto DPRMN'- bnoe ehcerprs worthess check complait. liene)
piilihilealinaeiI fan ih.Adenis:! :A. fo~rsuspicious : )Melanie Hall, 57,650 Satellite :

egll roece- eroalchrctritcsisstehfollowing -:: suSPi~cious : CORRECTIONAL FACILITY of methamphetamie.: i:
....... available report: Toaccid~nts, : : suspicious per-, t he followigpeople were Pond Church Road, Alford,

NESP IHbpcosicdntossiios dtioe sot tebrlr, ig the latestrrting periods: ,.sion of drug-parap~hernalia,
-Te. ako.Cu...o.dnwllpbis .....people, one burgar alibim one - the pysical ditrbnesLaBek2, 651Prvi attempt to manufacture
power line down, eigt taffic: twoverbaldisturbances, one denceChurch Road, Grand : methamphetamine),. :
News ofgenera intertfree of carge ; ... sto:] ++ps, one 'trspass complaints, p++edestrian compfait, 25medi- Rdge, trespass affer waning. + Larrym Jeter, 34, 2929 Sprig: Submit yournews :orCommunity Caendar.; on bcn rtraenn a altre rfi r)e,~ChristinaHill, 26,2!60 Roark St., .Marianna, obtainngacon-,

- Fees ma yapply for wedding, engageiment,; .plaint, 0fi8asist of another t raffi :stops, t o lareny tom. state -probation:., ,counts. ;

Photgrahs ust e o +od a ity an money. -. or abandoned propr e report, cil supprt.a controlled substance by fraudsuitablefor print. The Floridanreserves the - "* : : One suicide attemptone noise )) Clarenc leSetn, 47; 424 seven counts.: :: : ,
---JACKSON COUNTY ,. :complait, one anmalcorn- Whtue Oak Circle, Kissim ee, ))Joann FRsher, 46, 4377B.
SHERIFF' OFFICE plait, one fraud complaiti failure to appear (driving while DergS. aina xie
GE....G T RIGHTone assist-of motorist or 'license -suspended or revoked) license more than six months.
:The Jackson County Floridan's policy The Jackson CoUnty Sheriff's pedestrian, three assists of other )) Hildy Sh~e;57, 762 Tri- Stve $t~ Week, 25, 2898
Sis to. correct mistakes promptly. To Office and county fire/rescue agencies, one public service Langle Drive,: Graceville, failure Moore Road, Cottondale, driv-repor an error, please call1526-3614 reported the following incidents calr1, two criminal registrations, to appear (petit theft). in .hieliesessp .edo
-Monday-Friday. or uy 8, the latest available: one welfare check, two trans- Migul Perez, 27, 4026 Upas revoked.
.... .. report: One missing juvenie, ports, four threat or harassment St., Panama CityBeach, failure Jail Populaton: 227:

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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOCIL WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 2013 > 3AiTroop 3 Boy Scouts attend Dothan's Camp Alaflo

Special to the Floridan an ice-cream social. Adult
leader activities included "
Troop 3 Boy Scouts of scoutmasters' meetings,
Marianna recently par- safe swim defense and
ticipated in the annual safety afloat training, open
summer camp program shotgun and rifle shooting,
at Camp Alaflo near Do- youth protection training,
than, Ala. Nine Scouts "leave no trace" training j
participated in the week- andthefamous"bellyflop" ,..
long event from June 23- contest 1'f
29. Scouts attending merit All nine Troop 3 Boy .
badge classes and enjoying Scouts earned the pres- the activities were Gavin tigious Honor Camper
Tharpe, Chad Case, Omar awardfor the work they
Smith, Keary Nichols, C.J. did during the week. The
Barnes, Mathew Pelham, Scouts kept their tent area
Noah. McArthur,, Daniel cleaned up, assisted in
Tillman and Senior Patrol cleaning the dining hall,
Leader Jacob Lafferty.. picked up trash around
Troop 3 Scouts and lead- their camp area, showed
ers arrived at Camp Alaflo scout spirit at all. assemon Sunday, June 23, and blies and practiced "doing SQBMITTEO PHOTOS
immediately started set- a good turn daily." They Troop 3 Boy Scouts pose for a picture before leaving Marianna to travel to Camp Alaflo near ting up camp. Later that also demonstrated at least Dothan, Ala. Pictured front row (from left) are C.J. Barnes and Gavin Tharpe. Back row: Omar. evening, they attended five,,basic knots, identified Smith, Leader David McArthur, Daniel Tillman, Mathew Pelham, Jacob Lafferty, Noah McArthur, t church services, or Ves- five types of trees, made Keary Nichols, Leader Andy Campbell and Chad Case. pers, with all other Scouts several camp gadgets, and Eagle Scout Jacob Laf- The final night of camp The Marianna Optimist attending camp that week. helped other Scouts learn ferty was honored on the was scheduled to be a Club is the chartering or.Each day, Scouts had the new skills, second night of camp to family time for all Scouts ganization for Troop 3 Boy
opportunity to participate Troop 3 earned the Hon- commemorate his attain- in attendance, complete Scouts. Scoutmaster Bill Kleinhans
in merit badge training or Troop award for a long ment of the rank of Eagle with dinner, a big camp- For more information speaks to the group during. classes such as emergency list of guidelines that they Scout. For supper, Jacob's fire, awards and recogni- about Boy 'Scouts, call the special Court of Honor preparedness, lifesaving, .adhered to during their parents provided a bar- tions. Unfortunately, a Scout Master Bill Klein- ceremony for Eagle Scout environmental science, week of camping, includ- becue meal with all of the huge thunderstorm came hans at 526-2897. Jacob Lafferty.
communications, rifle ing keeping their tents in trimmings and a celebra- through the area and shooting, chess, canoeing, neat and orderly fashion, tory cake, followed by a caused a cancellation of all first aid and much more. maintaining the proper special program to honor of the evening's activities. Special events were also fire protection plan at each Jacob for his hard work in Subsequently, Troop 3 has held throughout the week, tent, storing troop equip- rising to the rank of Eagle scheduled a family night such as anultimate Frisbee ment properly, displaying' Scout. In turn, Jacob had of its own to be held this game, CPR and first aid a duty roster and keeping selected special gifts for summer to enjoy a time of training, art projects, skits, their campsite clean and the adult leaders of Troop fellowship, fun, food and a soccer tournament and safe. 3 to show his appreciation. awards presentations. :Scout Mathew Pelham stands under the pyramid that Troop 3
scouts built at the entrance of their campsite.

Assistant Scoutmaster Chaison Johnson (right) shows scouts Troop 3 Committee member and treasurer Andy Campbell Eagle Scout Jacob Lafferty (left) listens as scout Gavin Tharpe Omar Smith (far left) and C.J. Barnes how to do rope lashings shows his diving skills with his third-place finish in the famous participates in Jacob's Eagle Scout Court of Honor ceremony. to build a pyramid. "belly flop" contest.

Local branch of the NAACP to host seminar Higher Prices Paid...
Sell Your Gold at...
Special to the Floridan held on Thursday at the Mutaquee Akbar of Tal- 'criminal appellate attorSt. James A.M.E. Church lahassee and Devin Col- ney. Collier practices out The Jackson County located at 2884 Orange St. her. Attorney Akbar is an of Panama City.
branch of the NAACP will in Marianna, beginning at experienced criminal trial After the presentations, be hosting a "Know Your 5 p.m. lawyer with more than 100 there -will be a question
Rights" seminar with re- The program will be trials to his credit. He is the and answer period. Respect to criminal law and hosted by branch counsel trial coach for the Florida freshments will be served. the United States and Flor- LaDray Gilbert, Esquire. State University Mock Trial For additional informaida constitutions. The seminar will, feature team. Attorney Collier is tion, call Attorney Gilbert 4432 Lafayette Street 6 526-5488 www.smithandsmithonline.com
The program will .be criminal law attorneys an experienced federal at 482-2223.
Landmark Park's watermelon tasting is July 27

."Special to the Floridan ies of watermelons are The watermelon sam- meet the Alabama Watergrown across the world, piing is free with paid melon Queen.
On Saturday, July 27, at Landmark Park will har- admission: $4 for adults, Landmark Park is a 13510 a.m., Landmark Park vest and provide samples $3 for kids, free for acre historical an4l natural SpcaiiginSotTr.Rhb~tto will celebrate National of the varieties grown at members. The Alabama science park located Watermelon Month with the park, including moon Watermelon Association U.S. 431 N. in Dothan, Ala. .
a watermelon harvest and and stars, black diamond, will be present with recipes For more informa- ,,,"(' sampling. Charleston gray, crimson and information. Visitors tion, call the park at ~.
More than 1,200 valet- sweet and jubilee. will also have a chance to 334-794-3452.- *

Marriage, Divorce Report
The following marriages )) Marvin Lee Cameron 1
ed in Jackson County dur- Jeremy Ryan Keahey

ing the week of July 1-5: and Marsha Sanders
Marriages )) Dijana Bajtic and
)) Matthew James Lanier Adnan Cosic. 0' [I'I ?
and Kelsey Ann Barfield.
)) Gabriel Salazar Castillo Divorces
and Susan Lynn Slay. ,,None ,t

The family of the late Raymond Harvey
would like for you to accept this open letter We are honored to continue the legacy of community
of our sincere thanks and appreciation for banking in Marianna and look forward to serving Chipola
your many prayers, gifts, cards, flowers, Community Bank Customers.
words of comfort and other deeds of kindness during our time of bereavement. Mere words
cannot express how much .your expressions AIariana Locations:
of sympathy provided comfort ond serenity (5)5641 ~'---
during our difficult time of loss. May God (850) 526-4411t
bless and keep you always. 2914 Green Street 13B A N K ,, / L 0 R D A
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gambling issue O
he first part of the Florida Legislature's study on
the impact of gaming in the state was released
recently, and the results were about as predictable as standing on 20.
The lottery is very healthy. The horses and dogs are N
The Legislature commissioned New Jersey-based,
Spectrum. Gaming Group to.conduct at $400,000 exami- 1EJ
nation of gambling in Florida and provide lawmakers
with objective data when they consider comprehensive gaming legislation next year. Part 1... looks at the
history and current state of gambling. Part 2, due in
October, will assess potential changes and economic
effects on communities. That's likely to fuel the most
controversy, although the study itself will not make .....policy recommendations. o B o-6. "
Part 1 laid out the current landscape, finding that
the lottery set a record in fiscal year 2011-12 with sales
of $4.45 billion, up 11 percent from the previous year. W ht e H house on
That puts Florida third nationally in total sales revenue, W ite H u wont waver o amacare
behind NewYork and Massachusetts.
-That jibes with the eyeball test of the lines at A s a not-so-serious part of just keep pressing for repeal of the
Florida Lottery stations in convenience stores and / their ongoing effort to get whole thing?
supermarkets. L Xrid of Obamacare, House "I think we'll almost certainly be
Pari-mutuels are going the opposite direction, and Republicans in May started a Twit- sticking to a full repeal message.
have been for some time. Once a cornerstone of the ter fight they called #Obamacare- all the way," says one GOP Senate
state's gaming industry, greyhound and thoroughbred InThreeWords. Rep. Darrell Issa go aide. "The question here is for the
racing seem mbre like a throwback to the Cold War era. things started with a tweet that said administration not us and
In the last 20 years, the amount wagered on dog racing simply, "Serious Sticker Shock." ByronYork it's basically this: At what point
has fallen 67 percent, and attendance at horse tracks Rep. Michele Bachmann added will they realize that this law is
has'fallen a staggering 85 percent. jai-alai, the other "IRS In Charge." Sen. Richard Burr unworkable?"
primary pari-mutuel, has all but disappeared in South tossed in "Huge Train Wreck." ity of the requirements and the Probably never. When key Obama Florida, suffering a 99.7 percent decline over the same Democrats hit back, weakly, with need for more time to implement adviser Valerie Jarrett wrote, after period.. Rep, Debbie Wasserman Schultz's them effectively," Mazur wrote the delay announcement, that, "We
Because of state regulations, though, greyhound "Good for America" and Rep. Greg- late Tuesday. "We have listened to are full steam ahead for the martracks are still required to conduct a certain number ory Meeks' "What America Needs." your feedback. And we are taking ketplaces opening on Oct. 1," she of races each season if they want to supplement their And then the White House stepped action." was reflecting the administration's
revenues by offering other forms of gambling, such as in with a killer line: "It's. The. Law." The move stunned Republicans determination to get the health poker rooms. Those have proved to be quite popular. The tweet was accompanied by a in Congress, who immediately care exchanges up and running no But it's ridiculous to force dogs to race for declining photo of the president's signature asked: Whose feedback? What matter what. Delay the employer crowds when people merely want to play cards. Once a on the Affordable Care Act, dated businesses were. meeting with the mandate? OK. Waive this or that track is allowed to'operate apoker room, why should it March 23, 2010. White House? What deals did they rule? Fine. Just make sure the exbe required also to run greyhounds? Ebro Greyhound Case closed: What part of "It's. make? changes get going.
Park is caught in Tallahassee's contradictory confusion The. Law." don't you understand? "These communications and the There's a reason for that. about gaming. In January 2012, Washington County Just to add emphasis, in early June decision-making process related to Obamacare is designed to invoters approved allowing slot machines at the track, President Obama dismissed con- the delay.., have not been disclosed crease the number of Americans which would've been the impetus for Ebro to substan- cerns that the national health care publicly," wrote House Energy and who depend on the government tially expand operations and its'economic impact in startup was not going well. "This Commerce Committee Chairman to pay for health insurance. It will the-community is the way the law was designed Rep. Fred Upton in a letter to the expand the Medicaid rolls, and it
However, that plan was put on hold indefinitely when to work," he told an audience in Treasury Department and the will give subsidies to millions of inAttorney General Pam Bondi quickly issued an opinion California. "Since everyone's say- Department of Health and Hu- dividualsand families to purchase that the Legislature must first approve aiy countywide ing how it's not going to happen, I man Services. Along with 13 other insurance on the exchanges. In all, referendum befoie it's voted on locally. The other op- think it's important for us to recog- Republican committee members, the governmentwill be transferring tion is to amend the state Constitution. nize and acknowledge that this is Upton demanded the administra- hundreds-of billions of dollars to
The Legislature needs to differentiate among the working the way it's supposed to." tion reveal which businesses and Americans for health coverage.. different gaming issues, such as expanding existing Now, however, it appears the which government officials were The White House knows that operations vs. bringing gambling into new areas, giving administration's bravado was all involved in the decision, once those payments begin, regroups monopolies on some forms of gaming and treat- for show. At the same time Obama But the bigger question for pealing Obamacare will no longer ing some forms of gambling as acceptable but others was expressing great confidence, Republicans is how to handle the be an abstract question of removlike they were the devil's den. The gaming study sequel White House officials were secretly administration's surprise retreat. ing legislation not yetin effect. should prove to be more engaging than the original, meeting with representatives of Should they focus on secrecy, as Insteadj it will be a very real matter big business to discuss vrays to Upton & Co. are doing? Should they of taking money away from people. Contact your representatives postpone enforcement of parts of push the White House to explain It's very, very hard to do that.
the new law. And on Tuesday the how Obamacare can still work So yes, retreating on the employFlorida Legislature White House announced that the when large employers don't have to er mandate-was a big deal. But the
employer mandate sometimes pay fines for not covering workers White House would rather do that State Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 5 described as a "crucial" element of and, perhaps more importantly, than endanger the flow of money
District Office: Obamacare -will be delayed to don'thave to report their employ-' that is the heart of Obamacare.
Administration Building, Room 186 2015 from its scheduled start on ees' health care information to the The White House will not waver on
Chipola College Jan. 1, 2014. giant new Obamacare bureaucracy, that, no matter what Republicans
3094 Indian Circle Treasury Department official so the bureaucracy can determine say or do.
Marianna, FL 32446-1701 Mark Mazur called the delay whether those employees are
Coley 850-718-0047 "transition relief." "We have heard eligible to buy coverage on the Byron York is chief political correspondent for
www.MyFloridaflouse.gov concerns about the complex- exchanges? Or should Republicans The Washington Examiner.
State Sen. Don Gaetz, R-Disttictl 1h iso o tn e oadv trn
SDistrict Office:
4300 Legendary Drive h iso o tn e oadv trn
Suite 230
Destin, FL 32541 1711'he message came and passed away several of displacement due to of giving to others sup850-897-5747 from Alma, a days ago. the lost camaraderie of plants their anguish, perGaetz 866-450-4366 (toll free) L. Texas lady who is Situa- combat. haps only for a time. But
www.FLSenate.gov supporting a soldier in tions like The respected psy- in that time, they glimpse
Afghanistan with cdire this are chologist Albert Ellis a way forward.
U.S. Congress packages, letters, and difficult for posited long ago that the All of us care about
emails. Her soldier is fine most of us best antidote to psychic the suffering our troops
U.S. Rep. Steve Southerland II, R-2 coming home soon to grasp. misery lies in becoming bring home from the
1229 Longworth House Office Building but another soldier, a Carol How to immersed in something battlefield. UnlikeAlma,
Washington, DC 20515 young veteran, recently Megtlin leave a hot larger than oneself. most of us rarely have
202-225-5235 entered her life. She ____ battlefield True, there is little that the opportunity to lay a
-@RepSoutherland 'asked a question about and sud- can match the sense''of kind hand on a burdened
ww.SuhelndHos~gvhim that rendered me deny lose the sense of bping vitally important shoulder. Maybe "The
Southerland silent for days. .intense mission? How to to a dangerous yen- Mission Continues" could
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla. Joseph, the young break contact with team ture on behalf of one's use our help.
I; ~ 716 Hart Senate Oflrce Building veteran, is from Florida members who were closer country. But "The Mis- Alma's message ended
<2Washington, DC 20510 'but had moved to Texas to than family? These hu- sion Continues" offers with these words:
202-224-5274 get the help he needed for man beings were ready veterans who are suffer- "I would love to tell his
@SenBillNelson 'his wounds, both physical to give their very lives to ing from post-traumatic mother what a fine young
www.BillNelson.Senate.gov and mental. He was living protect one another. Is stress a chance to keep man her Joseph was. I
g ~U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. the street from Alma. feel scared, angry, and support of six-month the mother and maybe~esnwt i lredars taywne hygvn.Tak otecno e h Idrsso
317 Hart Senate Office Building "I got acquainted with isolated? fellowships, the veterans should not try, but I put
Washington, DC 20510 this young man through The young men's form teams to help out' myself in her shoes. I am
202-224-3041 his helping me with problems are difficult to with community service asking for advice so that
@MarcoRubio chores around my du- treat, and too often help is projects, particularly I can put 'my wounds'
www.Rubio.Senate.gov plex," Alma wrote. "Grass not readily available. Yet in the wake of national to healing. Did I do
Rubio mowing, fence repairs, Timemagazine recently disasters., enough?"
: : : : .this and that. I am a featured an intriguing Quoting a young vet- The monsters got to
'i'" o Editor widow, 81 years old. Jo- article that offered a new eran in the Time article, "I Joseph before we did; we
the 'seph was a man of his take on an old remedy was blown away by how were too late to reclaim
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th hh t di r o pbis an~et. f~:Be~sure to : were killed, and I listened called "The Mission ture a little bit of that and
inldeyu fl ddeban e ,po:number These- to it all." Continues." It's designed hold it close to my heart, Carol Megathlin is a Savannah
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Zimmerman Trial Briefs
Pygmy sperm whale, in an 8-by-10-foot stall
calf die On bech a boarding facility in
JUPITR ISLND Miami Gardens.
JUPITER ISLAND Jordani tells The Miami
Authorities say a pygmy Herald that the horses
sperm whale calf had to survived by eating wood
be euthanized after its and their own manure.
mother died on a central She says "it was almost
Florida beach. like they were being
The whales stranded nailed into a coffin to
Tuesday morning on die."
Jupiter Island. Police began investiCharles Manire of the gating the facility after
Loggerhead MarineLife receiving a report about
Center in Juno Beach tells animals that appeared to
The Palm Beach Post that be extremely thin.
the mother seemed disoriented in the water and Alligator bites teen
emaciated before it came
ashore and died. on the head
Thecalf came ashore GENEVA- A 17-year.nearby. Authorities say old was treated for puncthe baby whale had to be ture wounds on his head
euthanized because after being bitten by an
it would not survive alligator while, swimming
without its mother. at a state park.
Andrew Hudson of
Parasailing crash Winter Springs was
victims improving swimming Monday
with friends in the Little
PANAMA CITY- One Big Econ State Forest
of the Indiana teens when. he kicked what he
injured ina parasailing thought was a log.
crash in the Florida Pan- The object was actually
handle is out of intensive an alligator nearly 10 feet
care. long. It came up behind
THE SSOIATD.PESS Family members say Hudson and jerked him THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Alexis Fairchild of Hun-unewtr
Defense counsel Mark O'Mara and an assistant carry Trayvon Martin's hooded sweatshirt in the George Zimmerman trial in Ais F airn underwater. 'Seminole Circuit Court in Sanford on Tuesday. tington, Ind., remains Hudson told investigahospitalized in Panama tors that he knew there
E pr iCity but has improved were alligators in the.
.ert: dence supp rtserman enough for two reha- park's river, but he had
bilitation sessions a day not seen any before he
The Associated Press testimony would help when looking at photos at high-profile trials in-. to help her get back to wasbitten.
convincejurors ofZimmer- %of Zimmerman's injuries cluding that of record pro- walking. "I didn't see one all day
SANFORD The trajec- man's claims that he shot taken the night of the ducer Phil Spector, said Meanwhile, Sidney in there and then it just
tory of the bullet and gun- Martin in self-defense. shooting, DiMaio identi- witness accounts are often Renea.Good of Roanoake, came up behind me and I powder on Trayvon Mar- DiMao, who was hired fled six separate impacts unreliable. The patholo- Ind., had neck surgery felt it and I started freaktin's body support George by the defense, said the to Zimmerman's face and gist said he had been paid on Monday. Her relatives ing out and swam as fast Zimmerman's account muzzle of Zimmerman's' head. He said he believed $2,400 by the defense. say she no longer needs as I could," Hudson said.
that the teen was on top of gun was' against Martin's Zimmerman's nose had DiMaio's testimony also a ventilator to breathe him when the defendant clothing and it was any- been broken. addressed the difference and symptoms of a brain From wire reports
shot and killed Martin,an where from two to four "It's obvious he's been between Zimmerman's ac- injury are subsiding. expert on gunshot wounds inches from Martin's skin. punched in the nose and count that he had placed The girls were seriously hL :
testified Tuesday. "This is consistent with hit in the head," he said. Martins arms out to his injured July when thePhilp
Forensic pathologist Dr. Mr. Zimmerman's account Under cross-examina- sides and a photo taken af- line from their parasail Vincent DiMaio also used at Mr. Martin was over tion, DiMaio conceded ter the shooting that shows snapped. The 17-yearphotographs of Zimmer- iim, leaning forward at that. the gunshot could Martin's arms under his olds slammed into the man to point out where the time he was shot," said ,also be consistent with body. The pathologist said, side of a condominium he appeared to have been DiMaio, the former chief Martin pulling away from Martin would have been and hit a power line struck during, testimony medical examiner in San Zimmerman, and that he conscious for 10 to 15 before striking a parked that took up a significant Antonio., reached his conclusion seconds after the shoot- car on the ground.
portion of the day's hear- DiMaio testified that without factoring in state- ing as a reserve supply ing. Defense attorneys,, lacerations to the back of ments from some'neigh- of oxygen ran out of his StarvinghorSes who said they may wrap Zimmerman's head were bors who say Zimmer- body, and during that time found shut in stall IN STOREi
up their case Wednesday, consistent with it striking man was on top of Martin., he could have moved his were hoping DiMaio's- a concrete sidewalk. Later, DiMaio, who has testified arms. MIAMI GARDENS Ring Sizting, Watch.
____________________________________________________________________ -Authorities say two Repair, Custom Design,
Pearl Re-stringing,
horses were'each 2O0 Restoration
U. S sapounds underweight Free Jewelry. Cleaning
sta t ..U z r when they were found Layaway
boarded up in a stall at a
TheAsssciated Press, Sentences for organized, multiple stores, later resell- The -goal of the task South Florida ranch. Es, 1971
theft to a minimum of 21 ing them on the Internet force is to marshal law Jeanette Jordan of the Qv MIAMI'- Federal and months, said Addy Villan- or at a flea market. Others enforcement agencies South Florida Society for r i, t son Florida law enforcement ,ueva, who runs the Miami use fake receipts to return so criminals cannot use the Prevention of Cru- oaM
officials said Tuesday they FDLE office. items in exchange for gift jurisdictional boundaries elty to Animals says the 850.482,4037
are creating the nation's The Miami area ranks' cards, which they then con- to their advantage, horses were kept without watsoniewelers.corn first task force to tackle the fourth in the U.S. in vert into cash. Still others "It will be much more food or water for months growing problem of orga- organized retail theft, ac- use'legitiiqiate receipts but difficult for the criminal nized retail theft, which cording to the National simply go back to the store, element to evade the long S 1 0 's s i
victimizes nearly every Retail Federation, behind get an identical item, then arm of the law," said Juan w d l.co
store nationwide and costs Los Angeles, New York return it while keeping the Perez, deputy director of retailers some $30 billion and Chicago. Rich Mellor, original theybought- and the Miami-Dade Police David Malloy.
in losses each year. the federation's vice presi- then selling it. Department. Realtor"
Alysa D. Erichs, special dent for loss prevention, Business: 850-258-4947
agent in charge of U.S. ih- said his organization's A IWLJ I APII CT
,migration and Customs annual survey of retail- F,-Re aI 1 E e,-t a. e 8
Enforceinent's' Homeland ers found that more Email dlmalloy@yahoo.com i
'Security InveStigations of- than 90 percent reported Y E) 71S 1-1- '-4-54 61. fice in Miami, said retail being victims of organized (%1) 97- 2-4-0-0
thievery has become a so- theft.Te )3A
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of all sizes,. find ways to maneuver the 't i(" 7 --9 280i3941 '
"We are not speaking system," Mellor said. .~' 'K" )'71-8;29- ,
about simple 'onesie- At-a news conference at S() > 5-1 '480 6:-22-2.
twosie' shoplifters," Erichs Tuesday authorities dis- ~ -- ---~
told reporters. played about .$7,000 m i -- n---O&72-S3 *The task force, which in- merchandise -recovered U ,'' j''
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agencies in South Florida, most popular across the '\
witarget the theves with contry: over-the-conterS federal money laundering medicines, razor blades,Saudy, 76
Sand cash smuggling laws beauty and hygiene Wd~d~' / '~'94~'~- :dn many cases, Erichs said., products. .i."' '. "'
At the state level, Republi- Criminal' tactics run" the !;
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skills may hurt

immigration push

The Associated Press have refined the art of congressional gerrymanderWASHINGTON Re- ing, in which they draw
publicans' knack for con- House .districts to be as
gressional redistricting strongly conservative or
helps them control the liberal as possible. Adding U.S. House, but it may be to the partisan divide are
working against them on decisions by millions of
immigration changes that Americans to live among
national GOP leaders see politically like-minded
as critical to the next presi- people. And ; partisandential election. tinged radio and TV proHouse Republicans gen- grams shower lawmakers
erally represent far fewer and constituents with ide-.
Hispanics than Democrats ological reinforcement.
do. And that-leaves many While Democrats gerryGOP members represent- mander districts too, GOP
ing white conservatives, control of many state govmany of whom oppose ernments, after the 2010
a path to citizenship for Census let Republicans
,immigrants living here draw an unusual number illegally, of House districts to their THEASSOCIATED PRESS
The combination poses liking. Now, from a rs i In this photo provided by the National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday, Investigator in Charge Bill English (foreground)
high hurdle for passage dential'election viewpoint, and NTSB Chairwoman Deborah Hersman discuss the progress of the investigation into the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 in San Francisco.
of a comprehensive im- Republicans may be chokmigration overhaul in the ing on their success. F Republican-controlled Rep. Kevin McCarthy
House. The Senate has of California, the House's lit atendants ejected d crash
passed such a, measure, third-ranking Republican
which includes an eventu- leader, notes the partisan The Associated Press in imminent danger of an dean at the Embry-Riddle an emergency was ever al pathway to citizenship, disparity in Hispanic rep- aerodynamic stall. One Aeronautical University in declared by pilots. Most
accompanied by greater, resentation. The average SOUTH SAN FRAN- and a half seconds before Daytona Beach, Fla. airlines would require all
border security. Hispanic proportion of a CISCO, Calif.- Two flight impact came a command "There are dozens four pilots to be present
A GOP-sanctioned study Democrat's House district attendants working in the to abort the landing. and dozens of accidents for the landing, the time of Mitt Romney's Novem- is 23 percent, he tells col- back of an Asiana Airlines The plane's airspeed has that. were preventable when something is most ber defeat concluded that leagues, while it's 11 per- Flight214were ejected and emerged as a key question 'had someone been able likely to go wrong, experithe party must embrace cent for Republicans. Of survived when the plane mark in the investigation, to speak up when they enced pilots said. immigration reform to the House's 234 Republi- slammed into a seawall All aircraft have minimum should have, but they "If there are four pilots stem its huge losses among cans, 106 have districts in and lost its tail end dur- safe flying speeds that were reluctant to do so for there, even if yon are sitHispanic voters, a fast- which Hispanics make up ing a crash landing at San must be maintainedor pi- any number of reasons, ting on a jump seat, that's growing group. But dozens less than 6 percent of all Francisco's airport. Both lots risk a stall, which robs including looking stupid something you watch, the of House Republicans have residents. women were found on the a plane of the lift it needs or offending the captain," airspeed and the descent
a far greater fear: inviting With conservative .and -runway, amid debris. to stay airborne. Below said Howell, a former Ma- profile," said John Cox, a GOP primary challengers liberal activists domi- In a news conference those speeds, planes be- nine Corps pilot, former US Airways pilot
from the right by failing to eating Republican and Tuesday, National Trans- come unmaneuverable. There's been no indica- and former Air Line Piappease their most con- Democratic primaries, re- portation Safety Board Because pilots, not the tion, from verbal calls or lots Association accident servative constituents. spectively, lawmakers are officials didn't explain control tower, are respon- mechanical issues, that investigator.
"House members would. being chosen by "very un- fully why the plane ap- sible for the approach and clearly be taking a risk in representative voters," said proached the notoriously landing, former NTSB supporting any kind of Mickey Edwards, a former difficult landing strip too Chairman James Hall immigration reform that Republican congressman low and slow, likely caus- said, the cockpit. com- 2 884 Jefferson St.
includes a path to citizen- from Oklahoma. If you're ing the crash. munications will be key Downtown Marianna
ship," said Emory Uni- a lawmaker from a parti- NTSB Chairwoman Deb- to figuring out what went 2.68
versity political scientist san district, Edwards said, orah Hersman said the pi- wrong. 0,482 5
Alan Abramowitz. "There's "you don't worry about the lot at the controls was only "Good communication clearly a tension here be- general election. You make about halfway through his with the flight crew as tween what would be in sure you win the primary." training on the Boeing 777. well as the flight atten- n
the interest of the Repub- For Republicans, he said, and was landing at the San dants is something I'm O ral & Facial
lican Party" particu- that means veering right. Francisco airport for the sure they're going to look larly in presidential races On issues such as immigra- first time ever. at closely with this event," r er
"and what would be in tion, Edwards said, some Hersmanalsosaidhisco- he said Tuesday. "Who
the interest of individual Americans say, "'What's pilot was also on his first was making decisions?" Republicans, especially in wrong with these people, trip as a flight instructor. Hall was on the trans- -.... thelHouse." they're irrational."' In fact, The NTSB hasn't ruled portation board when a Barre
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dividual Americans carry alternative." noticing that the jet. was something that might give
health insurance. Asked whether pub-. flying far slower than its offense. ,
If the White House can lic confidence in the law recommended landing If any of the Asiana pigrant a one-year delay could be eroded by delays speed. Afew seconds later, lots. "saw something out for employers as the and by the change in the the yoke began to vibrate of parameters for a safe administration did just smoking provision, Carney Violently, an automatic landing," they were oh-II last week individuals said, '"A piece of legislation warning telling the pilot ligated to speak up, said should get the same con- like this, to be responsibly the plane is losing lift and Cass Howell, an associate sideration, House Speaker implemented, needs to be *
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Egypt pushes transition, names prime minister

The Associated Press Still, there was not the The statement by milihuge nationwide turnout tary chief Gen. Abdel-FatCAIRO Egypt's interim Brotherhood leaders had tah el-Sissi against political
president named an econ- called for in the wake of maneuvering underlined
omist as prime minister the killings. Also, for the how the military while it
Tuesday, ending days of first time since even before says it is staying out of poldeadlock as th head of the the June 30 protests be- itics remains a powerful
military pressured politi- gan, Cairo's Tahrir Square presence in a transition
cal factions to speed along where Morsi's oppo- ostensibly being led by
the process, warning them nents were centered -was Mansour and a loose coalithat, "maneuvering" must largely without crowds. tion of political groupings
not hold up the transition That could in part reflect that backed the army's retoward new elections af- the fact that people are moval of Morsi.
ter the ouster of President starting to prepare for the "The people and, beMohammed Morsi. start of the Islamic holy hind it, the armed forces
The appointment of Ha- month of Ramadan on don't want anyone to stray
zem el-Beblawi, along with Wednesday, when Mus- frpm the right path or dethe setting of a swift time- lims will begin 30 days of viate from the boundartable for parliamentary fasting from sunrise to ies of safety and security,
and presidential elections sunset. But it is not clear if driven by selfishnessor
early next year, under- the month will significant-. zealousness," the military
lined the military-backed ly calm the street. The fast said.
leadership's determination cuts down on activity dur- A spokesman of the
to push ahead with their ing the day, but the street interim president antransition plans in the rallies have been largely nounced the appointment
face of Islamist protests nocturnal affairs anyway. of el-Beblawi as prime
demanding the reinstate- The Islamist camp will minister and of pro-dement of Morsi, Egypt's first likely use the religious oc- mocracy leader Mohamed
freely elected president. "casion to rally its base. ElBaradei as vice president.
The new leadership got THEA5SOCATED PRESS The interim president El-Beblawi is to start
a boost Tuesday from Arab An Egyptian man cries outside a morgue after carrying the corpse of his brother killed near the called for a reconciliation forming a Cabinet on allies in the Gulf. Saudi Republican Guard building in Cairo, Egypt on Monday. process called "One Peo- Wednesday.
Arabia and the United, underlined the multiple, The secular, rAiolution- their top leaders and shut pie" to begin in Ramadan, The naming of a prime Arab Emirates, both op- pressures on the new lead- ary youth movement Ta- down their media outlets. traditionally a period for minister had been held up ponents of Morsi's Muslim ership even with the coun- marod, which organized The Brotherhood on Muslims to promote unity. for days as the sole Islamist Brotherhood, celebrated try still in turmoil after last week's massive pro- Tuesday rejected the tran- It called for parties and faction among them, the his ouster byshowering the what Morsi's supporters tests against Morsi, criti- sition plan, as tens of movements to hold meet- ultraconservative Al-Nour cash-strapped Egyptian have called a coup against cized the transition plan thousands of its support- ings. There was no sign the Party, blocked candidates government with promises democracy. Tuesday, in part because ers massed for another day Brotherhood and its allies 'from secular, liberal and
of $8 billion worth of cash The military faces calls, it gives too much power in a rally outside a Cairo would attend, much like leftist factions. Those facgrants, loans and badly from the United States and to the interim president, mosque where they have Morsi's opponents reject- tions have been deterneeded gas ad oil. Western allies in particular, Adly Mansour. An Islamist vowed to stay until Morsi ed his calls for dialogue, mined to have one of their
In doing so, they are ef- to. show that civilians are party was unhappy that is restored. The crowds which were dismissed as own in the post.
fectively stepping in for in charge and Egypt is on a appointed panels not waved signs of the ousted empty gestures. Last week, Al-Nour Morsi's Gulf patron, Qatar, path toward a new demo- elected ones will amend leader and brought in cof- In an effort at outreach, blocked ElBaradei from a close ally of the Broth- craticallybasedleadership, the constitution. fins draped with Egyptian the interim president's becoming prime minister erhood that gave his gov- The nascent government At the same time, the flags representing the slain spokesman Ahmed el- then objected fo one his emiment several billion in. will soon face demands it country is deeply polar- protesters. Musalamani said that close allies put forward as
aid. During Morsi's year in tackle economic woes that ized, raising the'threat of "This new declaration posts in lhe new Cabinet a compromise. It insisted it office, he and his officials mounted during Morsi's violence, particularly af- affirms that those who would be offered to the Is- wanted a less political figtoured multiple countries year. in office, including ter more than 50 Morsi carried out the coup, the lamist camp including ure., The moves infuriated seeking cash to prop up fuel shortages, electricity supporters were killed by dictator generals, don't re- to the Brotherhood's Free- the secular and liberal facrapidly draining foreign cut-offs and inflation, security forces in clashes aspect the will of the peo- dom and Justice Party and tions. ElBaradei is considcurrency reserves and And there, are -signs of early Monday. The Broth- ple," the Brotherhood said the Saldfi Al-Nour Party. He ered one of the .strongest plug mounting deficits discontent over the transi- erhood and Islamist allies of the transition timetable spoke to Egypt's privately pro-reform figures, but at times getting a cold tion plan among those par- say they are under siege by in a statement. "These owned CBC TV channel in many Islamists vehementshoulder. ticipating in the military- a crackdown from the mil- are all rejected and void remarks also carried by the ly oppose him, considering,
The developments backed political process. itary that has jailed five of measures." state news agency. him too secular.

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James and Sikes of Augusta, Georgia; elevFuneral Home en grandchildren and elev-Generalburglary
Maddox Chapel en great grandchildren. He
4278 Lafayette Street was preceded in death by
Marianna, Florida 32446 his son, John Joel Kirland, a y
850.482.2332 Jr.
Visitation with the family From staff reports and were assisted by the NWFRC After arriving at the suspect's
Gurnell l take11, 2013, 10:00 AM K-9 tracking team. Investigators, home, investigators questioned the
Branch CDT, at Lanier-Andler Fu- The Washington County Sheriffs while working to suspect and were able to get a full
neral Home Chapel in Office reports the arrest of a Chipley piece together pos- confession, according to the sher-..
Johnson Sneads, Florida,. followed man in connection to a burglary at sible involveme nt, iffs office. All property taken i the
by the Funeral Services at 'Dollar General in Sunny Hills. discovered that burglarieswa recovered.
11:00 AM CDT, with Rev. On Saturday, July 6, the sheriff's WCSO deputies had. Jachob Carl Berry, 19, of Chipley,Funeral services will be Bill Mayo officiating. Corn- office received information from performed a build- was arrested and charged both
held Wednesday, July 10, mittal and Interment Serv- store employees that, after arriving ing check about mid- with .burglary of a structure occu2013 at 10:00 AM CST at ices will follow at Shady for work, they discovered both the er night. During the pied, and burglary of a structure
Shady Grove Methodist Grove Cemetery. store and a trailer located on the check, there were two unoccupied.
Church. Burial will follow James and Sikes property had been broken iixto and unoccupied, suspicious vehicles The Washington County Drug
in the Shady Grove Ceme- Funeral Home that items had been taken. Security in the parking lot. Using this and Task Force asks that anyone with inery. Maddox Chapel cameras showed the suspect leav-, additional information; investiga-. formation on illegal activity contact
Lanier Andler 4278 Lafayette Street ing the area on foot. tors were able to:id'entif a possible 850-638-TIPS (8477) or tips@wcso.
Funeral Home Marianna, Florida 32446 Investigators arrived on scene suspect. us.
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John Joel Eugene
Kirkland Lawrence

Mr. John Joel Kirkland, Kenneth Eugene Lawage 70, a native of Farly rence, 57, of Cowarts, AL
County, Georgia, passed died July 2, 2013 in
away at his home in Cowarts.
Sneads, Florida, Monday, Arrangemenst will be anJuly 8, 2013. Joel was an nounced later by James &
avid FSU Fan. 'He loved Sikes Funeral Home Madfishing, camping aid dox Chapel
spending time with his James and Sikes
family. He was especially Funeral Home
devoted to his grandchil- Maddox Chapel
dren and great grandchil- 4278 Lafayette Street
dren. He was retired as' Marianna, Florida 32446
Bridge Superintendent for 850.482.2332
a Bridge Construction
Company. Joel was of theolaAyers
Baptist Faith and had lived
in this area for the past fifty 'Mercer
years. Joel loved visiting
local businesses in Sneads Funeral services will be
and sharing his love for life. 11 a.m., Wednesday, July
His "one of a kind" person- 10, 2013 at James & Sikes
'ality will continue to live on Funeral Home Maddox
in every one's heart. Chapel Burial will follow in
Joel is survived b his Riverside Cemetery.
wife d 49 years, Rita'Ann The family will receive
Kirkland ofSneads, Florida; friends one hour prior to
his daughter, Katherine services at James & Sikes
Leigh and her husband Maddox Chapel.
Donnie of Sneads, Florida;
two sons, Terry Scott Kirk- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
land and his wife Tammy An injured Afghan girl is treated at a hospital after a roadside bomb exploded in the Ob district of Herat, west of Kabul,
and John Kerry "Tater" Afghanistan, on Tuesday.
Kirklajid and his wife Julia,
all of Sneads, Florida; two Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. sisters, Erline 'Champion 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna
iseirl C5po391en. Roadside'bomb kills 17women, children
and Aline Charion, 'both' 850-372-4456
The Associated Press compared to the same period last jihad, or holy war, is an even greater campaign contributions year: obligation'during Ramadan.
like that may be enough KABUL, Afghanistan -A roadside In the south, an Afghan soldier "We will continuewith our attacks
rm to overcome any political bomb struck a motorcycle-drawn opened fire on Slovakian NATO on the infidels and 'their slaves,"
From Page 1A damage done earlier this cart carrying women and children troops guarding Kandahar Air Field, Taliban spokesman Qari YasoufAhthe "workday" tradition year when the farm bill between two villages Tuesday in' base commander Gen. Abdul Raziq madi said in a written statement started by her father failed for the first time in western Afghanistan, killing all 17 Sherzai said. Hopes for peace negotiations beThe Graham camp is 40 years. For some, South- people on board, a grim reminder In Slovakia, Defense Minister tween the Taliban and the Afghan touting their candidate's erland's SNAP' amend- of the dangers facing Afghan civil- Martin, Glvac confirmed one soldier government were raised last month fundraisihg success, call- ment, which added work ians ahead of the 2014 withdrawal was killed and six others wounded, after the Islamic militant movement'
ing the requirements for some of foreign combat troops. including two seriously, in what he opened an office in the Gulf state of
more than recipients, was a key rea- International troops already have condemned as "a terrorist attack." Qatar and agreed to start initial talks
$ 37 5, 0 00 son for the initial failure of pulled back into a largely advisory Glvac said the soldier opened fire with the U.S.
she's& raised the traditionally bipartisan and training role as they try to pre- from a guard tower. But optimism quickly faded afin her first legislation. pare Afghan soldiers and police to Kandahar government spokes- ter the Taliban's use of the flag and
fundrais While Lawson carries take over their own security. That man Javid Faisal said the Afghan name "Islamic Emirate of Afghani-' ing quarter name recognition of his effort has been marred by a series of soldier had been taken into custody star" --which it had used when evidence of own frbm his decades in attacks by Afghan troops or insur- and questioned, and that the pre- it ruled Afghanistan promptedSoutherland m omen Florida politics, his ability gents disgused in their uniforms. liminary'investigation has so far in- outrage from Karzai and others in tun and grassroots sup- to raise the money needed In the latest so-called insider at- dicated the shooting may have been Afghanistan, who said the office port." Meanwhile, the to win not only a Demo- tack, an Afghah soldier opened fire an accident, was more, akin to an embassy than
Democratic Congressio- cratic primary against on Slovakian troops in the southern If the shooting is confirmed as an a bureau for peace talks. nal Campaign Commit- Graham, but aho a general city of Kandahar, killing one and insider attack, the Slovakian soldier The Taliban were forced to remove
tee has added Graham to election against incum- wounding six others. would be the ninth NATO service the offending flag and .name, butits"Jumpstart" program, bent Republican South- The roadside bomb that struck the member killed by Afghan forces this since doing so have effectively shutwhich gives additional vis- erland, is not apparent. cart was aimed at stopping a joint year, according to an Associated tered the office, Taliban officials said ability to select candidates. Lawson himself seems to patrol of Afghan soldiers and police Press count. The NATO coalition lTuesday. "Not to be outdone onthe acknowledgetheobstacle. that was pursuing group ofTaliban has said it suffered 29 fatalities in Taliban officials in Qatar are not fundraising news front, "The national Demo- itilitants in the western province 2011 to insider attacks, and 62 in known to have yet contacted either
Southerland's campaign crats, from what I can ob- of Herat, local police Lt. Sher Agha 2012. U.S. orAfghan negotiators, and now
issued a press release Tues- serve, they pretty much said. But the bomb exploded next to The attacks have shaken the trust that the office has been abandoned day, announcing a qoar- have been leaning more thecartcarryingthevillagers, killing between the international forces -at'least temporarily -it raises'
terly fundraising record toward Graham," Lawson 12 women, four children and a man,. and their Afghan forces at a time it questions of whether they ever will. for the' Republican. For said in 'his CQ Roll Call Agha said. is needed most as the withdrawal In other violence, two gunmen
the April-June fundraising interview. Another roadside bomb exploded deadline approaches. on a motorcycle shot and killed a
period, the campaign says, "They say they're not go- near a taxi in the southern province President Hamid Karzai issued, prominent tribal leader who also Southerland raised more ing to get involved but her of Helmand, killing three civilians a plea to the Taliban to respect the was a former governmentofficial in than $461,000. fatherknowsalotofpeople ,and wounding two, provincial gov- Islamic holy month of Ramadan, the central province of Uruzgan as
A continued influx of wio cangivemoney." ernment spokesman Ummar Za- whichbeginsWednesdayinAfghan- he walked through the provincial
_ _waq said. istan. He called on the movement capital, government spokesman,
About 1,000 Afghan civilians have to "take there way of peace," compas- Abdullah Himat said. people will come to voice been killed and more than 2,000 sion and kindness and stop killing A roadside bomb also killed two, OH their opinions on the is- wounded in the firsthalfof the year, people." police and wounded four others in
sue and perhaps discuss a according to'the U.1N That marked But the Taliban quickly rejected the province late on Monday, police. From Page lA strategy to combat the per- a 24 percent increase in casualties Khrzal's plea, saying that for them, spokesman Fareed Ayal said.
mit application. Through 5
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dents have also expressed can comment on the ap- father John and his grandfather, let him. His knees are still good,
concerns about the permit plication and request no- ." Lucky" Ferguson, were both in the he can handle the coldest and the
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Captain of wrecked cruise ship on trial in Italy

The Associated Press

crippled Costa Concordia lies on its side off the
tiny Tuscan island of Gi- L
glio, a stubborn reminder
of the 2012 shipwreck that claimed 32 lives. On Tuesday, the luxury cruise liner's captain went on trial here as the sole defendant in a case that may take months or longer to resolve making an end to the drama even more
Francesco Schettino is
charged with manslaughter, abandoning ship and Captain Francesco Schettino arrives for his'trial in Grosseto,
causing the shipwreck. Italy, on Tuesday.
He took his place at the the crew and owner Costa to be plucked to safety by defendant table at the Crociere SpA, a unit of Mi- helicopters, while others edge of the orchestra pit ami-based Carnival Corp., jumped offthe badly tilting in Grosseto's Teatro Mod- committed blunders and ship into the sea and swam erno, a 1,000-seat theater 'safety breaches that con- to Giglio'( rocky shores.
that is serving as 'a more tributed to the disaster off Survivors were stunned to PHOTOSBYTHEASSOCIATEDPRESS
spacious substitute for the, the island's rocky coast. see Schettino already on The Costa Concordia cruise ship lies on its side in the waters off the Tuscan island of Giglio,
courtroom of this Tuscan Five other defendants shore when,, exhausted, Italy, on Monday.
provincial capital because successfully sought plea they stepped onto land. exasperated, Italian coast involves some 400 workers of the removal team loom so many survivors and bargains, and their hearing Remains of two of the guard officialwho repeat- representing 18 nation- over the shipwreck.
victims' relatives were ex- will be held in Grosseto on dead were never found. edly ordered the captain alities, including engineers Ortelli said authorities pected to attend. July 20. Their sentences are For weeks, divers dodged to scramble back aboard and divers. This week, told the islanders the operInstead,, aside from expected to be much more floating mattresses, table- 'the ship to direct the crews were busy securing ation will begin in Septemjournalists and a panel lenient than the 20 years ware, chairs and other evacuation, some of the caissons being ber to bring the wrecked
of judges, at a table on in prison Schettino might furnishings of the Con- Schettino has claimed he attached to one side of the ship upright again. the stage, the theater was face if convicted. cordia in their sdarch of had to abandon the cap- crippled ship, which, the The island is still awaitvirtually empty. A nation- Prosecutors contend the interior as -well as the sizing boat while people planners hope, will help ing compensation for wide, eight-day lawyers' that Schettino steered exposed side of the boat. were still aboard before the wreckage stay afloat damages caused by the strike had generated wide the ship too close to the They plumbed the nearby it became impossible to when eventually righted shipwreck, he said. "Our
expectations that Judge island's coastline in a pub- chilly waters in vain search launch any more lifeboats so it can be towed to the image was internationally Giovanni Puliatti would licity stunt for Costa Cro- for the bodies of a mid- and he planned to direct mainland, damaged, and tourism figimmediately adjourn the ciere. The cruise company dle-aged Italian womai, the rest of the evacuation Islanders are impatient ures have dropped off noopening hearing. It didn't -denies that version of whose family said she from shore. He also has for the removal of the ticeably," the mayor said. quite happen that way: events. was an excellent swim- claimed that 'in the dark- eyesore. Most haunting is the hiPulliatti intoned' a nearly Survivors described a mer, and of an Indian man ness he didn't see a lad- "We want our island man cost of the Concorhour-long roll call of law- chaotic and delayed evac- who worked as a waiter der he could have used to back as" it was," Giglio's dia's fateful collision. yers' names before calling uation, with crewallegedly aboard. climbback board. mayor, Sergio Ortelli, told "The saddest thing is to
it a day --sefting the next at. first downplaying the Schettino, wearing sun- The Concordia's wreck The Associated Press on pass by on the ferry and session for July 1.7. seriousness of the colli- glasses and slipping on a blights the seascape for yet Monday, as he 'looked at think that two bodies are
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Wold Brief
UK lawmakers to ceptions as soon as pos- no excuse for.breaking the them no matter what.
rcall Mrdoch sible," News Corp. said in a law at any time." "I will do everything in
statement. News UK has been my power to give you total
LONDON- Rupert The recording al- in crisis ever since the support, even if you're
Murdoch "welcomes"' the legedly made secretly scandal exploded. A slew convicted and get six chance to reappear before when Murdoch addressed of police and parliamen- months or whatever,"' he British lawmakers to staffers from The Sun tary investigations into Wvas quoted as saying.
answer questions about a newspaper backin March vbicemail interception, leaked recording in which made waves in Britain bribery, computer hack- From wire r ports
he appeared to dismiss because it appeared to be ing, and the use of private ,
evidence of wrongdoing at at odds with Murdoch's investigators have led to his U.K. newspaper titles, vigorous public condem- the arrests, resignations, News Corp. said Tuesday. nations of illegal behavior or prosecutions of dozens The recording ob- at his newspaper titles. of journalists, executives,
tained by the ExaroNews When Murdoch last ap- and other employees. *
website and broadcast peared before parliamen- Murdoch was forced to
on Britain's Channel tary committee members, close his top-selling Sun4 -caught Murdoch just after the scandal over day tabloid, the News of
describing the allega- phone hacking broke two 'the World, shortly after the tions against his journal- years ago, he struck an scandal broke, and morale ists as "next to nothing," apologetic tone, saying the at its sister paper, The Sun, boasting that his lawyers appearance was "the most has been battered by bribwere refusing to actively humble day of my life." ery charges leveled against cooperate with investiga-. Hacking phones or cor- some of its most senior tors, and speaking dismiss rupting police officers to editors. siey level asains hs win scoops was "totally In the recording, Murlribery leveled against his wrong," he told lawmak- doch appears to promise newspaper empire. ers at the time. "There is! hisstaffershel look after
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High School Volleyball

Lady Hornets look to improve this season

BY DUSTIN KENT for improvement. But I'm The coach mentioned .
dkent@jcfioridan.com just glad to see this early serve receive and on-court
on what we need to work communication as two of .
The Cottondale Lady on so we can work. on it the biggest areas of needed Hornets got their sum- and get better before we improvement for her team mer season started Mon- start playing our district this summer, while the day night -at Marianna matches." Lady Hornets will also have
High School with a pair of The Lady Hornets didn't to replace starting setter matches against Liberty play at Marianna High Haley Boggs,, who graduCounty and Marianna. School last summer,, but ated after last season. Stats werent kept on the Ridley said she wanted to Rising junior Sue Ellen matches, but Lady Hor- get her girls more 6ff-sea- Mosier is taking her place, nets coach Cassie Ridley son Work this year to get a and Ridley said she had said her team fared much better jump on preparing full faith and confidence better in its first game than for next season. that she could get the job the last. "I wanted them to go done in Boggs' place.
However, she said that ahead and start playing "We have a new setter it wasn't a bad effort for a as much as possible," she this year and of course summer debut. said. "The more you play the setter is a big driving
"We did pretty well, es- the more you see what you force for your offense, but pecially since we haven't need to work on and your 'Sue Ellen Mosier has been gone over rotations 'and weak areas. That's one of playing varsity since she stuff," she said. "Overall, thethings we're focused.on was in the eighth grade," MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
I feel we did pretty well, this year, trying to improve Cottondale's Rebecca Mullins (21) puts the ball over the net during a summer volleyball match
I~~~Mna night at Marann Hight weStisyerotyngtoipr.
but we have a lot of room in our weakest areas." See SEASON, Page 2B Monday night at Marianna High School.

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Lions extend QB Stafford

The Associated Press the locker room. million guaranteed on a less of whether it got done
Limited to just 13 games seven-year, $119-million or not.
DETROIT The De- his first two seasons be- deal April 1, and Green "I dont play this game
troit Lions spent decades cause of knee and shoul- Bay's Aaron Rodgers got to get contracts," Stafford
searching for a franchise der injuries, Stafford has $54 million guaranteed said at the time. "I play
quarterback to build their started every game the last on a $130 million deal this game to win games
team around. Now that two years and led the Lions four weeks later. Brady and that's the way I've althey think they have one, to the playoffs in 2011. added three years and ways felt about it."
the last thing they want to After the Lions missed $27 million to his contract Stafford, however; redo is let him go. the postseason and his while getting $30 million gressed in nearly every
Matthew Stafford agreed production waned last upfront. statistical category in his
to a three-year contract year he threw 21 fewer Atlanta's Matt Ryan also fourth NFL season after
extension that will keep touchdowns and complet- is expected to,sign a new throwing for 5,038 yards
him in Detroit through ed just 59.8% of his passes deal before the start of the and 41 touchdowns in
2017 and make him for Stafford spent the entire season. 2011.
the second time in his offseason in Detroit. Stafford, who made The Lions could also use
short career one of the "He's evolvedinto a lead- $50.5 million in his first some cap room after rehighest-paid players in the er," Lions president Tom four seasons, Romo and negotiations with Stafford
NFL. Lewand said last month. Ryan are all represented the past two offseasons
Stafford's new deal is "Now when rookies walk, by Creative Artists Agency, pushed his cap numbers
worth $76 million over into the locker room they and Stafford's deal should to $20.82 million in 2013
five'years, includes $43 see a quarterback who's give the Lions some cap and $19.32 million in
million guaranteed and been here four years and flexibility going forward. 2014. The Lions entered
gives both the team some. they see a different guy With Stafford and Cal- Tuesday just $1.895 mildownside protection in who occupies a different vin Johnson, who signed lion under their adjusted
case he doesn't reach his spot on the team and a lot an eight-year, $131-mil- cap for 2013.
massive potenial.and him of ,that is because of his lion deal in March, 2012, Stafford received an
a chance' at a third-mega own efforts. under contract, the Lions $8.475 million bonus to
deal while he's still in the "I don't think we have can shift their focus to sign the first renegotiaprime of his career. a guy on our roster who's defensive tackle Ndamu- tion in August'2011 *and a
He was scheduled to worked harder than he kong Suh. $10.885 million bonus to
make $12.5 million this has, and I'm not sure Suh's rookie deal voids sign the other in March
season and carry a $20.8- that you'll find a guy who after the 2014 season, and 2012, drastically lowering
million cap charge., cares more than he does his cap charge next year of his, cap' number. for the
Stafford, 25, was sched- about this team, and about $21.4 million makes it un- coming season each time.
uled to make $12.5 million winning, and about his likely the Lions could use The last non-voidable year
this season and carry, a 'teammates." the franchise tag to retain- under Stafford's old deal
$20.8 million cap charge. The No. 1 overall pick him. Tagging Suh for one was 2014.
He, already owns team THE ASSOCIATED PRESS out of Georgia in 2009, 'year would cost the Lions It's the second lucrative
single-season records The Detroit Lions have, agreed to a contract extension with Stafford would be the $25.7 million, contract extension finalfor passing yards, touch- starting QB Matthew Stafford. fifth quarterback to sig" Suh said. in lte May he ized in as many days by
downs, completions and a contract extension this was "two years away from Stafford's agent, TomConattempts and should break Dan 'Marino as the only reer, and the Lions have offseason. even considering" an.ex- don, who got Victor'Cruz's
Bobby Layne's career pass- quarterbacks to top 5,000 no problem handing over Baltimore's Joe Flacco tension but that he'd "love long-awaited deal done ing mark this fall. yards in a single season. their second mega' deal got $51 'million guaran- to be here in Detroit." with the New York Giants
He's thrown for more Stafford said several in the past 16 months to teed on a $120-million A couple weeks later,. on Monday. Next up likely than 10,000 yards the last times this offseason that a player who's overcome deal a month after win- Stafford insisted that his is *Ryan, who is entering two years, and joined Tom he hoped to remain a Lion early injury woes to take ning the .Super Bowl, Dal- contract wouldn't be a dis- the last year ofhis role Brady,- Drew, Brees and for the balance of his ca- a prime leadership role in las' Tony Romo got. $55 traction this year, regard- deal.

College BasketbaHl

Pitino: Ware could be back playing by October.

TheAssociated Press Smith is learning Siva's three months ago.
guard responsibilities The coach will sign 1,000
LOUISVILLE, Ky. In- along with leadership pieces of hardwood rangjured Louisville guard Kev- qualities that Pitino be- ing in three sizes and to be
in Ware could be back on lieves is crucial to helping sold at three price levels
the court by October. the Cardinals defend their as part of a collaboration
Cardinals coach Rick, championship. Harrellis with Northwestern Mutual
Pitino said Tuesday that, coming off a performance to help raise $250,000 for
he's encouraged byWare's in Prague, CzechRepublic Louisville's Kosair Chilrehabilitation, which re- in which he averaged 10.6 dren's Hospital.
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t he coach said. "But this is a new role early in the matchup with Liberty big workout and a big 'practice that for her. I do look for her to catch on County, but fatigue started to take morning, but (the match) didn't go , ,,,,ll!l very quickly'though. She's a great all effect in .the nightcap, according to very well for us." around player." Ridley, CR5 played Tuesday night at MRS
The Lady Hornets return 10 play- "The Liberty County game was against Blountstown and Altha. =,
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were unsealed in Massachusetts ney's business card but didn't re-S after news organizations sought ac- spond when police told him they
From Page lB cess to the records. The warrants re- were investigating a death.
Lloyd had been "chilling" with peo-' 'veal the breadth of'the investigation, "Mr. Hernandez slammed the door* *
ple Hernandez had problems with, with authorities scouring through and relocked it behind him," the rethe documents sald. But Ortiz told everything from Hernandez's house cords read. "Mr. Hernandez did npot police that the two men shook hands to his phone to the contents of his ask officers whose death was being and the problem seemed smoothed .,team locker, which the Patriots emp- investigated. Mr. Hernandez's deover. But soon the car stopped, and, tied into a container after they re- meanor did not indicate any coneveryone but Ortiz got out to urinate,, leased hifn. 'cern for the death of any person." according to Ortiz's account. Police seized a rifle and ammuni- Hernandez came out later and
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Wallace faces an accessory to mur- death. He asked, "What's with all the 'and stopped her from speaking with' 216 3 Posh Oak Lane, rLOamn der charge in the case and has plead- questions?" and locked the door be- police after they pulled her over and "Behind Ruby Tuesday led n t u no'td im guilty.yd wa hind him ...................................told.........her.......Lloyd.........was.......dead.....................-.

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A day's work for Tour sprinters

The Associated Press

Hitting the asphalt at
something like 60 kilome-
ters (40 miles) per hour
flayed off a patch of skin from Tom Veelers' ight 7
thigh. Blood snaked down
his leg from his sliced-up
right knee. His white jersey ........
was torn and soiled.
"Bruised and scratched "'J
from all sides," said the
big Dutchman when. asked
how he felt. "But ... yeah,
In short, Stage 10 was another day at the office for
the charging-bull sprinters
of the Tour de France.
Chris Froome, the race.
leader, isn't a sprinter. The
Briton was just relieved to
survive unscathed all the
pushing and shoving on
two wheels.
The "worst nightmare," THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
he said, for riders like him British sprinter Mark Cavendish (front) and his teammate Sylvain Chavanel ride towards the podium during the official team presentation of the Tour de France
lighter, less muscular cycling race in Porto Vecchio, southern Corsica island, France. Cavendish is widely regarded as one of the field's top sprinters. and with- eyes fixed 'on
reaching. the podium in doing so, Cavendish's left recorder. "I cannot imagine that it the Tour in 1907 and 1908. London Olympics. This
Paris on July21 is to be arm barged into Veelers' "I touched with him. But was on purpose because On Wednesday, the fo- year, he usedawind tunnel. felled by crashes like the right arm. Because both the road's bearing left. I it was a .very hectic situ- cus shifts away from the in Southampton, England, one that flooredVeelers on were riding at such speed, know you're trying to get ation and it was just the sprinters and back to to improve his position on Tuesdayin Saint-Malo. The the contact was enough to all the 'Oh, Mark Caven- last moment of the sprint," Froome and his rivals for his time trial bike. fall came in the shadow of tip the Dutch rider over. dish, a really bad. sprint he said. "Sometimes that overall victory. As race leader, Froome this Brittany port's crenel-, "Marcel went all the way again.' The road's bear- is something which just Stage 11 a time trial will set out last onWednesated walls, with spectators left and- Cavendish dived ing left. ,Wo hundred and happens." where the riders all race day afternoon in his cacrammed cheek by jowl to to the left, I think to try fifty meters to go, the road Having luxuriated Mon- individually against the nary yellow jersey. He aims get a look, to follow Marcel," Veelers bears left ... I followed the day in their first rest day, clock could be one of to widen the time gaps he
"Every day you get explained after he picked road," he said. riders were generally con- the most visuallyspectacu- opened on Saturday, when
throughwiththeyellowjer- himself up, climbed back 'SoI think if anyone's try- tent Tuesday to race at a lar of this Tour where every he demoralized rivals by sey is a blessing," Froome on his bikd and rode ing to get, 'Oh, Mark Cay- leisurely pace. The pack day already has delivered a. blowing them away on said. "So 'I'm happy just to through the finish to his endish, dangerous. sprint.' allowed five riders to race feast for the eyes. a climb in the Pyrenees tick that-one off." Argos-Shimano team bus, I think you're in the wrong away and build up a lead The 33-kilometer (20.5- mountains.
Veelers' job is to help where a shoal of impatient, there, you know?" and then reeled them mile) course loops from The Tour runner-up last launch his teammate, sharp-elbowed reporters The race jury studied vid- in as teams set up their the Normandy port of year behind Skyteammate sprinter Marcel Kittel, in waited. eo of the incident but took sprinters to compete in the Avranches, with its memo'- Bradley Wiggins, Froome
the final mad dash for the "He touched my han- no action, allowing Caven- final dash. rial to U.S. Gen. George S. already has a 'lead of 1
line. He did that just fine dlebars and knocked me dish to keep his third place The 197-kilometer (122- Patton, to the breathtak- minute, 25 seconds over on Tuesday, because Kittel over." behind Kittel and stage mile) jaunt from the rit- ing Mont-Saint-Michel, a second-placed Alejandro
won becoming the first Cavendish was adamant runner-up Andre Greipel,. tany town of Saint-Gildas- Gothic-style Benedictine Valverde. rider'at this, 100th Tour to this wasn't deliberate. The another German who won' Des-Bois to Saint:Malo abbey and walled village If Froome significantly win two stages, having also Briton with 24 Tour stage the finishing sprint on on its northern coast took that towers skyward from increases his lead, then won Stage 1. wins lost his temper with Stage 6. the race past Plesse, where an islet perched in a bay. barring a crash or other
As Kittel sprinted away, an Associated Press re- Kittel also gave Caven- Lucien Mazan was born in Froome got bronze in the mishap, victory in Paris rival Mark Cavendish porter who asked if hewas dish the benefit of the 1882. Better known as Lu-' time. trial' a specialist should pretty much be in hared after the German. In at fault, grabbing his voice doubt., cien Petif-Breton, he won discipline at last year's his pocket.

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Kastles look to pass Lakers' win streak

The Associated Press break the record. league. The matches have would say absolutely, but and camaraderie as they our matches have been
Saying the Sportimes, more of an exhibition feel, not with the Washington talked and. joked while decided by one game. WASHINGTON Oh, Lobsters and Lakers are on with the sport's top play- Kastles. This organization sitting courtside before a We've had 10 match points
the audacity. A World a level playing field might ers making only featured is completely different practice Monday morning against us. It's not like TeamTennis club is chal-' make some chortle but appearances on certain than any other team in the at the Kastles' immacu- we've killed everyone evlenging the Los Angeles not the Kastles. nights. It would look more league." late waterfront stadium, ery night.- There have been
Lakers for all-time win- Leander Paes said he like the majors and less Asked what makes it dif- which almost always sells a lot of close matches, and ning streak supremacy. cried yes, cried -when like Triple-A if, say, Roger ferent, Jensen and his play- out its 3,000 or so seats. they've managed to pull The Washington Kastles he had to leave the Kastles Federer and Andy Murray ers have a two-word an- Ein stood near the center out the victory."
began the WTT season for a few games last year were playing every match. swer: Mark Ein the team of the court, his 2009 and The streak and the deriding a 32-game winning to represent India at the Nonetheless, these are owner and entrepreneur 2011 WTT championship bate over where it belongs streak, following back-to- Olympic Games. He was professionals who are try- who has created a winning rings on his left hand and in sports history has back unbeaten champion- fearful that his absence ing to win. And, in the Kas- culture that attends to ev- the 201? ring on his right brought invaluable atship seasons. They liked might cause the team to tes' case, they keep doing ery need of player and fan. hand. tention to the Kastles and
to tell anyone who would lose. it. Coming out on top 32 "Mark Ein, is the archi- "Teams that are good, the WTT overall. That, in
listen that they were sec- "I hurt for it," Paes said. times in a row isn't easy in tect, and he's put together like the Patriots grant- turn, has helped WTT proond only to the Lakers "To me, playing the Olym- anything. a product that players ed they've got Tom Brady, mote its spectator-friendly
among the "longest win- pics last year was huge. "It all depends on your want to perform and want but people come and go brand of tennis, one that ning streaks in major U.S. But leaving the Kastles to perspective," Kastles to play for," Jensen said. "It they just have the right emphasizes the game's pro sports history." go for the Olympics and coach Murphy Jensen is the most professional, culture," Ein said. personalities.
That changed Monday give it a chance to break said. "Bjorn Borg, Martina elite World TeamTennis Ein doesn't hedge when The team aspect adds to night when they woii their the'streak, I walked off the Navratilova, Billie Jean organization ever assem- asked to defend the streak. the atmosphere. As does season opener against the court in tears that day." (King), Chris Evert, the bled. There are players "I see w'bat they have the streak. Opponents New York Sportimes in Still, it's a tough sell best tennis players that knocking on the door that done to make this hap- want to be the team that front of a' sellout crowd Jerry West and Wilt Cham- have ever played tennis would only play for this pen and what it means to stops the Kastles' winning that included first lady Mi- berlain taking a back seat have played World Team- organization." them, and truly how hard run. And each of the Kaschele Obama -- to tie the to a team that plays its Tennis, and no team had Jensen and three mem- 'it's been some nights," ties players doesn't want to Lakers' nlark of 33 from entire regular season'in 17 gone undefeated. So to bers of his roster Paes, Ein said. "I really believe, be the one that has a bad the 1971-72 season. An-. days. think this is anything less Anastasia Rodionova and deeply believe, that this night that cause it to end.
other win Tuesday against Most fans don't consider than the NBA or the NHL? Bobby Reynolds were streak is as hard as any of So far, at least, they've the Boston Lobsters would WTT to be a "major" sports Seriously? Five years ago, I a picture of contentment the other streaks.' Eight of had each other's backs.


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The Associated Press caid said the company will seek The Acceptance case is similar
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has refused Lance Armstrong's something the cyclist [Ias been SCA tried to withhold bonuses
.request to dismiss an insurance reluctant to do with several legal from Armstrong in 2005 and
company's 'lawsuit seeking $3 cases pending against him. went to arbitration in an effort
million in bonuses it paid him "Lance Armstrong would be to prove he was cheating. Armfrom 1999 to 2001, and an attor- the No. 1 witness," Kincaid said. strong testified in that case unney for the companysaid Tues- Armstrong attorney Tim der oath and denied doping, and.
day he'll move quickly to. ques- Herman did not immedi- the case was eventually settled
tion the cyclist under oath. ately respond to a request for with SCA paying Armstrong
Nebraska-based Acceptance comment. more thari $7 million.
Insurance Holdings had a con- Armstrong is facing several Armstrong's attorneys have artract with Armstrong to pay lawsuits seeking repayment -of gued in part Acceptance should
bonuses for winning the Tour millions paid to him during his have previously pursued Armde France and other races. The career. Most notable is a federal strong over thedoping questions
company sued to recover its THE ASSOCIATED PRESS case seeking to recover more like SCA did.
money after Armstrong admit- Former cyclist Lance Armstrong grimaces at a press conference. A Texas than $40 million paid to Arm- Th&.SCA and Acceptance cases ted in January that he used per- judge has refused Armstrong's request to dismiss a lawsuit against him. strong and his team by the U.S. differinthatSCAhas asettlement formance-enhancing drugs to Postal Service when the agency agreement that Armstrong's atwin the Tour ,every year from arguing the statute of limitations mitted doping., was his team's primary sponsor. torneys argue cannot be undone
1999-2005. on any fraud or breach of con- The judge denied Armstrong's Federal prosecutors have said under Texas law.
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The Associated Press the Bobcats job here and
didn't get it, I didn't think
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -As it was in the cards for me,"
a player Patrick Ewing Ewing said. "But when
never envisioned himself Cliff got the job this year, I
as an NBA head coach. thought it was a great opNow he can't wait to be- portunity. Being the first
come one. assistant, that's going to
The Hall be a great learning expeX. 'of Famer rience and will allow me
Pt who played to continue my tutelage
17 seasons and hopefully become
in the NBA a very good NBA coach
..and has someday."
Ewing. spent nine It even surprises Ewing
more as an that he wants so badly to
assistant coach said he's become a head coach.
not angry about. being "When I was playing in
passed over again for a the NBA I never thought
head coaching job. I would want to be a
The 50-year-old Ew- coach," Ewing said.
-A ing said it's only going to The road to get to the
drive him to work harder top spot has been a strugto reach that goal. gle as less qualified candi- -"Every now and again dates have been selected
THEASSOCIATED PRESS, at it like, 'Hey, I'm going to positions ahead of him. Mardy Fish, who has been sidelined by a heart problem, plans to play at the ATP Tour event in Washington this month. keep on working," Ewing Ewing said he's not antold The Associated Press gry that Jason Kidd, who
on Tuesday. "Right now retired from the NBA
F is sI'm blessed to have the and a week later was opportunity to be coach- hired by the Brooklyn
ing in the league. Every Nets as their head coach
experience is a learning with no NBA coaching
The Associated Press with Jim Loehr, a perfor- non-retired inmy head al- tive wouldn't have had his experience." experience.
mance psychologist who most every week" he said full support system' be- Ewing was out of the "There are guys who Mardy Fish watched has counseled Jim Courier that day.. "And there was hind him in England. league last year, but was haven't put in as many from afar as one side of the among other pro athletes.' awhile where I was done," "It was too far away, too hired in June by Bobcats years as I. have, but I'm Wimbledon draw opened "Some days are better Fish lost to a top-10 soon," he said. coach Steve Clifford as happy for them," Ewing
up. He couldn't help but than others," Fish said. player, Jo-Wilfried Tson- Fish, who reached a ca- the team's associate head said. wonder if he would have "Some weeks are better ga, in the next round in reer-high No. 7 in 2011, coach. The two previously Clifford has no doubts taken advantage to make than others." two tiebreakers. He origi- tries not to worry about a worked together for eight Ewing will get a shot at
a deep run. The night after he lost nally planned to play Key ranking that has fallen to seasons as assistants with being an NBA coach.
Still, the American still at Key Biscayne in March Biscayne later that month 61stintheworld. Hehopes the Orlando Magic and "He has all 6f the quailknew he made the right 2012, Fish's heart started but wound up skipping it. his return will boost the Houston Rockets. ties that would make for a decision by delaying his racing uncontrollably. Since then, his only floundering contingent "It was a no-brainer," great coach," Clifford said. return until he could en- 'That May, doctors in- tournament was a lower- of American men,none of Clifford said of the hire. "He has a passion for the ter a tournament at home duced extreme palpita- tier Challenger event in whom reached the third Ewing interviewed for game, great knowledge in the United States and tions to try to pinpoint the Savannah, Ga., in late round at Wimbledon. the Charlotte head coach- and tremendous work take the court in front of problem. He returned for April, when he lost his "I know in the back of ing vacancy last summer, ethic. And he has a definifamiliar faces. last year's Wimbledon. first match to 103rd- my mind that the tour's and for Detroit's in 2011. tive philosophy on how to
Fish hes played just one His third-round victory ranked 'Ruben Ramirez not going anywhere," "When I interviewed for play the game." ATP Tour event since pull- in the U.S. Open went five Hidalgo in three sets. He Fish said. "The more time ing. out of the U.S. Open sets, lasting more than 3 described those forays as that goes by, the better I'll before his fourth-round hours and ending after l tests of where he stood in feel." .. .
match last September. a.m. Afterward, Fish did his comeback. He can lean on the ex- Companion Animal,* Medicine & Surgery
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He missed about 2 / drew before his' match ramento. He plans to enter put little wear and tear on months earlier in 2012 agairistRoger Federer, say- the Atlanta Open, which his body, so perhaps that because ot an accelerated ing it was for "precaution- starts July 22, then play in will lengthen his career. Ia s
heartbeat, but Fish said ary measures" on doctor's Washington a week later. Fish optimistically men- U..
the procedure he under- advice.. At the time, Fish "I've turned the corner tioned Tommy Haas, who mufflers & Exhaust
went in May of that year expected to return to the and been able to train as is ranked No. 11 at age "gave us peace of mind tour quickly. hard as I possibly can the 35 after missing signifi'that everything was OK." He didn't play again un- last three months," Fish cant stretches because of B A
"I'm trying to make sure til Indian Wells in early said. injuries.
mentally I'm where .1 want March near his Los Ange- Skipping Wimbledon Fish said he would evento be," he'said on a con- les home, .beating Bobby was tough; he's always tually reveal more about ference call to promote Reynolds in three sets in felt comfortable on those, his struggles, hoping to this month's Citi Open his first match back. Af- grass courts. And then it help 'others who have in Washington, which he terward, he talked about was frustrating to see all., faced similar trials. plans to make his econd fighting "some demons." the upsets that might have- "I've done all the right ** tournament back. "Fcr the first three given him a clear path to things to put myself in poThe 31-year-old Fish months after the U.S. the late rounds. sition to come back, he':.
said he has worked closely Open, I had retired and But the Minnesota na- said. "I'm ready to do it.

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Bulldog Puppies- English, Male and female for Tomotoes,
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Bowflex Extreme 2 SE: Barely used, must them at g.w120@yahoo.com sweet corn,
sacrifice, $700 OBO. Horizon, Evolve Compact Dachshund: CKC mini long-haired Dachshundcucumbers, Treadmill, works great $150. Ab Coaster (for puppies, 3 male, 3 female, all dapple (It. tan. Sqush, okrap e that 6 pack) like new, $100. Call 334-685-3202 with black markings), 6 weeks on July 10th, peppers, $200. Call 334-360-5121, leave message if no cabbage, & Zucchini HEAT P answer, serious inquires only please.
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Peanut -TREES Shelton Trucking Service Inc.
12 I 30 gal. The Director of IT Information Technology will
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E.ive O Crape Myrtle, McLane Company, one of the largest ERP applications and reporting, network
Cherry Laurel & Magnolias grocery wholesale companies in the nation, infrastructure, data communications, and
__ H endrFix __, By appointment is looking for a Maintenance Technician to telecommunications systems. This role will
H d join our Dothan, Alabama Division. also be responsible for development of strong
vendor partnerships and the
is l okig fo a ainenan e T chncianto him ple m neaai bes it aacti tnsr Farm 334-692-3695_ This position reports directly to the implementation of best practices to ensure
Produce Maintenance Supervisor and is responsible that
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Nown Pine Hwy. 5n Slocomelectro mechanical systems and other Required Experience:
facility equipment. Must be able to use PLC =Computer science degree or comparable U-Pick or We-Pick Tomatoes your area. and web based programs to analyze, work experience
diagnose and troubleshoot automation mal- 0 IBM AS/400 experience a plus. Ntracttosmall /CustomThin functions along with making required sysCal Today 334-726-7646 Rtem and program modifications as needed. Skillsets:
Ca ie ~ m e ,1 OS:, IBM AS/400 (Prim ary), MS Wi ndows
In addition, must have the ability to read (Secondary)
Hewett Farms3343 20 and understand electric blueprints and CAD e Basic network knowledge of networks and
drawings. Familiar with video security, network systems
Peas, Corn, Squash access control and fire alarm systems and eGeneral knowledge of Active Directory,
cr directing of Cat 5 cabling. Perform sched- DNS, DHCP, etc.
cucumbers, pickles, ruled and emergency maintenance repair on Maintain PCs, printers, thin clients, and
okra & snap beans ~ all conveyors, material handling equipment servers
prs W and automated machinery. And have a o Administers and supports Anti-virus
40- working knowledge of 480 volt/ 3 phase solutions for desktops
& Grand Ridge on Mayo Rd. power and 24 volt DC and AC controls. o Excellent problem solving and
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Bobby Hewett a= n d a The ideal candidate will have experience in Experience in troubleshooting current
L industrial maintenance. Related technical Microsoft operating systems and Office
850-592-4156 degree or other related professional applications
training and basic network systems /
or 850-899-8709 software experience is preferred. Please contact 850-762-3201(Local) or
McLane Company offers an excellent salary, 800 877 3201(Long Distance) for info on L 4 I annual bonus plan and benefits that include application or e-mail resume to
6-Pic Toma..toes and Peppers!medical, dental, vision, life, STD, LTD, and
S y buc 7 401k. If you are interested in applying for
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lobby Monday through Friday between the Shelton Trucking is an Equal Opportunity Employer. SNELL FARMS SKIPPERVILLE AL EDIT WRIN hours of 8am and 5pm or forward your
9 Shelled Pea's Butter Beans Okra resume and salary history to:
Tm eWatermelons Part-time News Clerk McLane Southeast Dothan
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Call 334-733-6489 or 334-733-6490 has an immediate opening for a part-time c wL
news clerk to handle various community
listings columns, assist people in the Phone: (334) 678-2707 Rig0
U Pick or We Pick newsroom and answer telephone calls and Fax: (334) 678-2754
Tomatoes & (We Pick) Field Corn questions from the public. The successful E-mail: ronad.paulk@mclaneco.com Si real Deal
applicant should possess excellent written E.O.E.
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knowledgeable with computer. Must type IIII______________334-064I291 accurately and quickly and able to juggle
different tasksat once. IShoppers with a nose for bargains head straight for the or 334-726-589D Drug screen & background check required. Classifieds; In the Classifieds, you can track down deals
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~ ~~2002 Harley Davidson i
///ZA s O C G C T Ultra Classic Electra Glide. LEG*A T
Custom purple/black
Golf Cart electric, white in color, road ready, paint. Loaded. Bike is LF160136
bought new 10-2012, like new cond. mfr. Chromed out. Garaged.
PAPER Alumacar USA comes with trailer, paid $5900. 14,750 miles. In excellent IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
TRAIS TR, NC asking $4650. 334-703-3611. condition. Call 334-792-8701 or 714-4548. JUDICIAL COURT IN AND FOR JACKSON
DRIVERS :s' 2008 flu Sportster-883 CASE NO. 322012CA000219XXXXXX
Paper Transport, Inc has IMMEDIATE 1985 Gambler 17ft Bass Boat with a year 2002 Black/chrome, 3k miles, all GENWORTH FINANCIAL HOME EQUITY ACCESS,
OPENINGS fqr CLASS A DRIVERS for Evinrude 115HP Motor- Includes Depth Finder HD gear (men's Ig/XL and INC. F/K/A LIBERTY REVERSE MORTGAGE, INC.
and Trolling Motor. Equipped with CD ladies' med/Ig jackets, Plaintiff,
our dedicated accounts. player/Radio, 2 live wells, and life-vests. Re- chaps,helmets, rain suits,
cently had new carpet installed and prifessio- HD upgrades (aux lights, saddle bags, comfort vs. HOME WEEKLY nally painted. Storage Cover Included. Trailer is seat, chrome engine guard, passenger back* 99% No Touch Freight in great condition! $3400 OBO. Contact 334- rest. $5,100. Great bike, greatly loved, great ERNEST ROBINSON A/K/A EARNEST ROBINSON;
C opetitive 372-1019 or 334-482-1172 for more info. DEAL! Call Sam 334-790-3307 et a n,
Pay .1986 Bayliner Contessa Harley Davidson 2003,
$.38 Cents + Bonus Per Mile 2850with Volvo 260hp I/O 100 Anniversary Edition, NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANTTO CHAPTER 45
7M engine. Excellent condition '' Heritage Softail Classic,
18 Months Experience Required. with low engine hours. black w/lots of chrome, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order
Therehave only been two straight pipes, many or Summary Final Judgment of foreclosure dat$1000 SIGN ON BONUS[ owners. No trailer but have a friend with one X-tras, 57K miles, $8,500 ed May 15, 2013, and entered in Case No.
who will negotiate transport separately if 1 r Firm 229-321-9625 322012CA000219XXXXXX of the Circuit Court in
Qualified Driver could be hired needed. "U" shaped dinette, stand up head, and for Jackson County, Florida, wherein
within a Week! hanging lockers & plenty of storage, private Honda 1100 Shadow, 26,000 miles. windshield, Genworth Financial Home Equity Access, Inc.
cabin w/queen size bed, Bomar hatches & lots saddle bags, floor boards lots of extras, nice F/K/A Liberty Reverse Mortgage, Inc. is Plainof beautiful teak wood. $9,000. 334-687-8507 bike $3500. 334-406-2306 tiff and ERNEST ROBINSON A/KA EARNEST
2003 Triton V 176 Magnum: alum hull, with SPR U.T] ILITY STATES OF AMERICA ON BEHALF OF THE SEC115H Mercury motor, trolling motor, excellent RETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPcondition, $9,500. Call 254-394-6703 Suzuki 2006 Grand Vitara 125K miles, good MENT; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 1; UNKNOWN
Blue Fn Bass 1998 Elimator All Aluminum Bass cond. great-little compact SUV $6500. TENANT NO. 2; and ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
J Boat, 50 HP force engine, galvanized trailer- 334-791-8977. CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDER
new tires, all in very good condition, 2 live well OR AGAINST A NAMED DEFENDANT TO THIS
boxes, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish find- -l 9 fjI -m M ACTION, OR HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE
82CH219 2004RUCTION Foxes, ln bed 108Ks, miles nice truc, fANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE PROPer $3,995 OBO 828-837-1314 or 928-421-0998 Ford 2004 FIS0 long bed 108K miles, nice truck, ERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED, are Defendants, I will Look ahead to your Cobra 1996, 16ft, 55HP Johnson, power trim, well taken care of with tool box. $7500. sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at future! Start training anchor, trolling motor, depth finder on a Cobra 334-406-2306. the North Door of the Jackson County CourtFOR TIS for a new career in trailer, $4,500 334-232-4610 house, 4445 Lafayette Street, Mariana, Florida
dical A in, 2 6 Pontoon Boat 90 Evinrude E-Tec 32446. County, Florida, 11:00 a.m. on the 18th
COLLEGE Medical Office Admin., 11 hsfi fidr new Bat tair, c- day of July, 2013, the following described propPharmacy Technology, 110 hrs. fish finder, new batteries, trailer, cov- For sale by Owner erty as set forth in said Order or Final JudgElectrical Trades & HVAC! er, bimini top, changing area w/ porta potty, 2006 Pontiac Montana SV6, meant, to-wit:
Call Fortis College 888-202-4413 very good cond. $12,500. 850-258-3148. 88K miles, 7 passenger
For consumer info: visit www.fortis.edu Javelin 1994 17ft., Fish/Ski, 150 Fast Strike sliding power door, rail LOT 4 AND LOT 5, BLOCK B, LILLIANETTE & EVA
Johnson,' 12/24 Trolling Motor w/on Board guards, back-up assist, MAE MCKINNON ADDITION TO CITY OF MAE Charger, Humminbird Depth/Fish Finder, front/rear-CD/MP3, DVD w/remote, fabric w/4 RIANNA, ACCORDING TO THE MAP Ol PLAT
CD/Radio, Garage Kept, $6,200 OBO 334-695- captain seats. Maintained W/most service THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4A, 3609 records. 60-75% tread $5,900 334-790-6621 PAGE 90A, PUBLIC RECORDS OF JACKSON
Stratos 1996 Bass Boat, 201 Pro XL w/Trailer, 1mo PORTION-OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY THAT'
One bedroom apartment for rent 2003 Evinrude 225 h.p. (low hours), Trolling mo- MAY LIE WITHIN THE ROAD RIGHT OF WAY AS
2941 Green St, Marianna. tor,,GPS, 2 Depth finders, extra. SS Prop., Built MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED IN O.R. BOOK
$490 month 1 yr. lease $400 dep. in Battery Charger. Lots of Extras, Excellent 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF 304, PAGE 34, PUBLIC RECORDS OF JACKSON
$40 Jcondition, garage kept. Must see. $10,500 229- YOUR TOWING NEEDS! CbUNTY, FLORIDA.
334-0224 a"
West Wight Potter Cuddy Cabin Sail Boat SURPLUS FROM THE SALE., IF ANY, OTHER
1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna 15ft. with 3.3 mariner out board, trailer with AUO BODY & RECYCLING THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to On new tires, custom boat cover. Motor needs PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR JNK CARS OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
Lot rent included. For details carb repair $2500. 334-441-5090. Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
4 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4m MOTO OME S & : If you are a person with a disability who needs
*2BR 1BA House for renit.
Safe neighborhood, $500/mo + dep. 1999 35ff PaceArrow: Ford Vi0, new front-in CALL FOR TOP PRICE any accommodation in order to participate in
Safeneihbohood $50/m + ep. M 3ft ice*rro: Frd 10, ew ron-inthis proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to 850-482-8196 OR 850-209-1301 with michilin tires, very clean, lots of storage, FH th e pro isin of artin atnce.
private bedroom, dual AC with generator, mi- FOR JUNK VEHICLES you, to the provision of certain assistance.
privte edrom, ual C wth gnertormi-Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at 2BR/2BA Duplex 2152 Lovers Ln. $450. mo. crowave. $13,900. Call 334-793-3494 or 334-333- I AO SELL USED PARTS Ples on the Aa Cit or by
$450. dep. Grand Ridge no Call 850-592-5571 129 ALOSL UE AT P. 0. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 or by'
24HOURiTOWp1291 hone at (850) 747 5338 at least seven f7) days
3BR/1BA, 2643 Faney St. Cottondale. 24 HOUR TOWING 3347928664 before your scheduledcourt appearance, or
immediately upon receiving this notification if
CH&A No Pets, $600 Mo. + $400 DeC HGuaranteed the time before thescheduled appearance is
(850) 352-4222 or 850557-4513 7CASHGuaranteedCAless than seven (7) days. If you are hearing im3BR/1BA House on I ac. lot, AC/H 2855 Owens ANI L ASSIC ILES Highest prices paid for Junk, old Farming. paired, please call 711.
St Marianna; No Pets $650 Mo. + $350 Dep. Ford 1968,Mustang: emerald green, only 131k Equipment, Tractors, Semis, Junk Cars
-415-6995 or 850-849-2515. miles, 2894 barrel automatic, rebuilt motor Nothing to big, nothing to small DATED at Marianna, Florida, on May 15,2013.
and transmission, good condition. Asking 334-596-7791 4 DALE RAVON GUTHRIE
A $6,000 OB;OCalI 334-733-0106 AsClerk,Circuit Court
ual31 6 iOS FOR SALE By: Tammy Bailey
Q Austin Tyler & Co 2010 Chevrolet Camaro 2 As Deputy Clerk
Qult 850- e 52-35 o rtentsro~o SS Coupe V8, RS package r ------------ ---- ---4 850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com 'Dual exhaust polished SH Le a Group P.A...... .. "
: I O Oe buy Wrecked Vehies Attorneys for Plaintiff
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" stainless steel tips, rear PO C' P BOX 11438
House forRent:3Bl2BAHwy71South in spoiler, high intensiy halo- Rn ing .o not! Fort Lauderdale, FL 33339 1438
Marianna, FL No Pets. $650. Mo. i $650. Dep. gen headlamps, running lamps, ultrasonic rear ,17 7 94 4 ] Telephone: (954) 564 0071
Call 850-482-4400 parking assist, am/fm stereo, satellite radio, I Service E-mail: answers@shdlegalgroup.com
Boston premium acoustic sound system, leathMI HO MS FO R RENT er sport bucket seats, elite alum. wheels. Only
.13,000 mi. Exc. condition..$28,900. 334r797-0987
2/2 located in Sneads $350., 'o Chevrolet 2012 Impala LT, factory warranty,
,.85,0 57 3-0308,--'like new, $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714-0028.
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. CHEVY 1995 CAPRICE-Clean, runs great, cold
NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month air, fully loaded $3,300 OBO ,334-740-0229
Roomate situation also'available. Dodge Ram 1500 2007 SLT quad cab 4x2 HEMI.
850-258:1594 Leave Message 5.7 V8 engine, anti theft, tilt steering, low
iriles,very clean, power drivers seat, rear slid, 2 &3 BRMobile Holes ing window, bed liner, towing pack. Loaded.
in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 $18,500, 334-475-6309. .
3/2 Dbl. Wd. Mobile Home (by itself) GOT BAD CREDIT?
98 Pass Repo pass bankruptcy
onIquietIotinSn heads, 850-209-8595 slow credit ok
.$0 Down/ist Payment,
Fo Aek about Tax, Tag & Title
Co t n e, st- Askabout $75. monthly FREE GAS
W er/at or/ r/glab.. n atcl GIVE AWAY
-850-S93-4700Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 isAif
Quiet,-well maintained Park, Water/sewer/ Infiniti 2012 G37: 23k miles, fully loaded, blue garbage/lawn included. 3/25$575. with beige leather interior, navigation system,'.
also 2/1 Brick Duplex $600. w/ carport XM radio, heated seats, alloy wheels, sunroof,
SJoyce Riley RE 850-209-7825.4. one owner, regular maintenance and serviced.

~'R~.S Nissan 2010 Frontier, X cab, low miles, must
sell! $200 down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis Z e n Ju Y o r a ag
-t~~~t/._llhIeTm -334-714-0028.an Tu n t e I m sY u v
Nissan 2012 Sentra, still under factory Warranr2BR/1.5BA Townhome on Merritt's Mill Pond. 'ty. Great gas mileage, real nice car. $300 down,an Il rn t e t m s Y u v
Marrianna. New roof, carpet and dock. Beauti- $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791ful view of Water", $115,900 CaU 850-693-9540 8243. .o g tt n It-C s

raT'S AS EASY Toyota 2012 Corolla, Save Fuel! Great fuel mile1. CLL PLCE OUR D 3 GETRESLTSPW, PDL, AT, CD. $300 down, $300 per month.
1. gLL PLCE OUR D 3 GETRESLTSCall Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243.
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Camera: Pentax 35mm $250. 850-352-2040 Tires: (4) Michelin Radial, 245/65/R17, cross JA1CKSN C OUINTYV F LORIDAN
Coin & Stamp Collection' $95; Antique Desk $25; terrain. $40 all. Call 850-592-3261
_Antique Rocker $25; Gospel Tapes $5 263-1039 Wedding Supplies: Gold Overlays (25) $40; VoExterior metal door 36x805$150. 850-482-2636 tive Candle Holders (60) $40 OBO 334-432-5334 (5 )5 63 1 r(0 )7 92 5
Hadley Air Horns $100. 850-352-2040 Window: 29x30,Dbl Pane, $100. 850-482-2636 (5 )5 63 1 r(0 )7 92 5
Table: 4 chair, wood $40 850-592-2881' 'Window 63wx36h Dbl Pane, $175. 850-482-2636

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The Associated Press some of the 11 cards he
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CONCORD, N.H. to Orlando's company to
Baseball cards depicting be graded. Surprised to see former President George the thick coating on each H. W. Bush as a Yale first: card; experts initially told.
baseman have fetched Sununu his cards weren't
thousands of dollars each produced byTopps.
since they were specially- "I said, now, wait a min- THEASSOCIATED PRESSFILE
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in circulation were not Chagrined, Sununu sent George H.W. Bush as a Yale first baseman.
part of the set presented to off a copy of the note Bush common for dards to "es- he suggested having the the president. wrote him accompanying cape" from manufacturing company print just 100
Thedifference?The cards the cards and asked Bush's facilities under a variety cards for the White House,
given to Bush by the Topps office to send another card of circumstances. In this Sununu said.
trading card. company from the president's stash case, he was told by a rep- Sununu estimhteg he has Shave, a thick, clear coating and a letter verifying its utable dealer that a former all but 50 of the cards proon the front, while others authenticity Topps employee sold 70 of duced by the two major
floating around donot. He also called former the uncoated cards after companies between 1948
Given their scarcity, both Topps CEQ Arthur Shorin leaving the company and 1964, and spends a lot
versions likely will remain who, immediately after "or the first time ever, of time looking to fill the
among the most valuable presenting the cards to this has been documented gaps.
modern-day cards, said Bush in 1990, traded the and studied, and it's clear About two years ago, he Joe Orlando, president of president three of his own that there are two different noticed the Bush cardsProfessional Sports Au- cards for one autographed Versions. That's meaning- popping up on eBay and thenticator in Santa Ana, Bush card. ful for collectors," he said. other auction sites. That
Calif. Yet those who have Shorin confirmed to the "But it's not like one is real made him a bit suspicious, purchased unc6ated cards authentication company and one is not real. They're and prompted him to send pver the years --. one sold that his card, too, had both real." his own cards off to be
last month for $3,367 the glossy coating.. And Sununu, a former gov- graded.
believig that they got together with Sununu's ernor of New Hampshire, "There was an awfully
one of 100 cards given to cards, it was enough for was Bush's chief of staff large number of them, and the president may feel a the company to conclude when Shorin called and I knew that nobody that .bit duped. not only that more than proposed printing cards George Herbert Walker
The discrepancy cameto 100 cards were produced, commemorating Bush's Bush gave a baseball card
light when former White but that those given to the time as captain of the to would sell it," he said House chief of staff and president differed from the Yale baseball team. The "You'd have to kill me to avid baseball card collec- others in circulation. president didn't want a get these out of my cold
tor John H. Sununu sent Orlandosaid it's not un- commercial venture, so hands."

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be easy for Nick Faldo once It wasin 1987 when Faldo perfect 4-iron 20 feet left of it came to his swing. It was
he set some parameters.. famously made 18 pars in the flag." a bad combination.
,The six-time major a gloomy final round and His two wins at Muirfield That led to his infamous
champion was filming captured the first of his could not have been any victory speech at Muira promotion.l', spot for threeOpentitleswhenPaul more different. field in 1992, when he was
Glenmorangie earlier this Azinger faltered. Five years Faldo can relate to Ti- a rambling mess with his year when he was asked to later, Faldo was a machine ger Woods in one aspect emotions and his words afname his favorite' course untilhe made a mess. of the criticism and scrutiny of ter a wild final round where
andwhy. Faldo found him- final round, losing a four- the swing especially when he nearly blew a lead that seW wanting little bit of shot lead in five holes and the swing is going through Faldo now says would have
everything, from the tow- then recovering with four a major overhaul. Faldo scarred him.
erming pines ofAugusta Na- of the best holes he ever had already played on four tional to the links courses played to beat John Cook, Ryder Cup teams and won
of the British' Open to the who helped by botching the Order of Merit when I
coastline of Pebble Beach. the last two holes, he rebuilt his swing under
As he tried to figure out The memories are strong. David Leadbetter and went
howtomixallthattogether, Faldo doesn't always re- three years without a win.
another element entered member where his shots The press panned him.
the equation- memories, landed, only how they felt But, starting with the '87
Muirfield. leaving his club, particu- Open at Muiffield, Faldo
'"Unsolicited, it clicked," larly his win in '92. The 5- won four out of the next
Faldo said in a recent in- iron on the 15thhole is one 13 majors, lost a U.S. Open terview. "Memorability of the best shots he ever playoff to curtis Strange is important, isn't it? And hit. Facing a left-to-right and had three other top 4s
then I suddenly I thought, wind, he had to work the in the majors.4
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