Jackson County Floridan

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ACA5476
oclc - 33284558
alephbibnum - 000366625
lccn - sn 95047182
System ID:
UF00028304:01122

Related Items

Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

Full Text
LiBRA1RY OF FLORIDA. HISTORY
PO0 BOX 117007
Marlins beat GAINESVILLE FL 32611-7007 Lakeland policer

Braves, 6-2 entangled in sex scandal

Informing more than 17,000 readers daily in printand online








ORIDA
IB.

Vol.90 No. 147



Man charged with attempted murder

Marianna man stabbed multiple times at Chipley home pending, according to the press Officials were called to the release. scene around 8:11 p.m. ThursAuthorities say day, arriving to find Jackson lyFrom staff reports Police Department. medical helicopter for treatment they believe Reed ing on the floor in a large pool of
Victims Dwight Murphy, 25, of at Bay Medical Center. was a former boy- blood, according to the release.
A Mariannamanand a woman Marianna, and Stephanie Jack- Shaun Reed, 45, was booked friend of Jackson Murphy was. also found there
were found stabbed multiple son, 40, were listed in critical but into the Washington County Jail and that he barged with several stab wounds.
timesat a home in ChipleyTues- stable condition as of Wednes- on two counts of attempted mur- into the house at Victim statements and eyewitda, and a Chipleyman has been day. The two were first taken to der after being treated for severe Reed 587 Bowen St. An ness accounts led to Reed as the arrested in the case, according to West Florida Community Hos- cuts to his hands. The investiga- altercation began,
a press release from the Chipley pital and later transported via. tion and additional charges are which led to the stabbings. See STABBING; Page 5A


OZE County


USF resechers subit OKs request

for water



additional info onschool study fimunds

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
~ d
In their 2013 session, Florida legislators set aside $500,000 to study the
freshwater flow needs of the Apalachicola River and Bay. Jackson County
Commissioners have added their voices
to a chorus of area governments who
are asking Gov. Rick Scott and the two
involved state agencies to let the ACF
Stakeholders do that work, and to allocate an as-yet unspecified portion of
the set-aside money to carry it out.
The resolution signed by county commissioners this week asks that some
of the money flow to the ACF Stakeholders by way of the Riparian County
7: .Stakeholders Coalition. Jackson County ..is part of the Riparian County group,
-made up of six Florida counties immediately bordering the southern end of
-,the river and bay.
A key member of the Coalition, which
helped establish the tri-state ACF Stakeholders group, Jackson County resident
Y -Chad Taylor explained why he feels that
V -entity should conduct the study. The
ACFismadeupofpeoplefromAlabama,
FLORIDANFILEPHOTO Georgia and Florida, representing the Members of the group Black Boys at Dozier Reform School held a vigil at the Jackson County Courthouse on June15 in Marianna. various groups in their states who have a stake in the water use policies affecting the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee
Possible second Mfa g si ill A 3 and Flint (ACF) river system. Because
aour men who spenttinattil w sD eSo Ior Boys will be th all three states are represented n the
bunal site fo... und pu ACF Stakeholders board, allwould have
"in arg o- an' eye on the study if the Stakeholders
T T"he Associated Press SayAug t1pm were to conduct it. That would help adTrvance one. of the core aims of the ACF The group's prideth Unhard tHbtlyovtsa resident of Donyer. n a pressvn o f TAMPA Researchers at the Uni release aboutthe eetin, Huntly statedthat heand fello speakers "will group to find a common, peaceable
versity of South Florida t ntt ildrenad will take qusti solution to the water issues that have
exhumehuan remains at a now- o e e and the meeting. often put the states at odds, and somedefunct reform- school in. Marianna A n hpe ill e arld o Cir who i t Dir frm times caused friction within each state
have submitted more information to 1944-1947- Hutly.aiWthe August m eetingwill mark the first timeCoolderehas as wellt
"the Forida Department been~ck re in6~yes Other Bonner The ACF was formed to help the three
Of.State as part of the Gaddsy andArthuHunte states start working together to resolve
school's application. Iiintl confirmed that DrErn Kimmerle will attend the session as well. The their water use issues and move beyond
The 15-page letter was Unidrsityaof-SouthnFloaprofesor is leading an examination of the Dozer that
sent Tuesdayin response campus in an attemptto identify the remains of boys who died while at Dozier have often been contentious and have
to an earlier request and were buried'there, and to determine if there are any bodies buried in areas idled resolution of the conflicts.
from the Florida Depart- on ca ps other than The three bodies of water are
Kimmerle ment of State asking for '-The cemeerj ne ow symlaly there
more details in order to Scout troo decades fterbthe a zrb briac ther a See WATER, Page 5A
evaluate a permit application for the classes an!n certainty that each cross is placed directly above a grave.J exhumation on the property. ~
USF wants to exhume bodies from From staff reports
"Boot Hill Cemetery" and surrounding
areas, where it is believed there may Pam Bondi. family members there, who said that
be unmarked graves and unaccounted The letter sent this week says that was the case." bodies of boys who died. The school, "the search for additional burial ar- Kimmerle said part of the difficulty '-
formally known as the Arthur G. Dozier eas continues" and that the research- in determining where graves are is that School for Boys, was closed in 2011. ers have two permits for archaeologi- the site's boundaries have shifted and The school was located in Marianna cal research and fieldwork. A possible changed ownership over the years. The about 60 miles west of Tallahassee and second burial site has been found on state of Florida owns the land but difwas once the nation's largest reform property owned by the Department of ferent parcels are managed by different school, with 698 youths. Juvenile Justice. That property is north agencies, she said.
Most of the childreiwho were buried of the Boot Hill site and hasn't been Every six months, the researchers at the school were black and USF re- examined, must apply for permits and permit ex- MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
search has shown that several of those "We don't know if there are burials tensions with the various agencies. Earnestine Clark of Grand Ridge kept a buried were orphans. away from the Boot Hill site or not," The Department of State, tight grip on her catch because, while the
USF made its request after a circuit said Erin Kimmerle, one of the USF which is in charge of allowing the bream were biting on the Apalachicola River
judge rejected an exhumation request researchers. "We've had a lot of reports Wednesday, they were also slipping out of
filed by Florida Attorney General from people who were students or See DOZIER, Page 5A hands, of hooks and occasionally jumping
out of buckets and escaping back into the
river.
> CLASSIFIEDS...4B a ENTERTAINMENT...3B >> LOCAL..3A a OBITUARIES..5A > STATE...4A a SPORTS...B > NATION...6A
". -'- ..'

This Newspaper .. ,(
is Printed On F follow us
Recycled Newsprint. ~





7 65161 80050 9 Facebook Twitter '




12A THURSDAY, JULY11,2013 WMCi TUp CALL JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com



Weather Outlook
Thunderstorms Likely 88
Today to"i
Justin Kiefer / WMBB


High -89
w Low -730


PRECIPITATION
High 87- High 88' ... ..
Low -71' Low 71' 24 hours 0.31" Year to date 39.98"
Month to date 8.85" Normal YTD 32.35"
Normal MTD 2.20" Normal for year 59.26"
Friday Saturday ULTRAVIOLET INDEX
Thunderstorms Likely Isolated Showers & Storms P a L 8 M g l
Panama City, Low 8:58 PM *High 11:09AM
Apalachicola Low 12:44 PM High 7:28 AM 0-2 Low, 3-5 Moderate, 6-7 High, 8-10 Very High, 11+ Extreme
Port St. Joe Low 9:03 PM High 11:42 AM
Destin Low 10:14 PM High 12:15 PM 0 1 2 3 "
Low -72' Low 7- 1 Pensacola Low 10:48 PM High 12:48 PM
TILE SUN AND MOON
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage Sunrise 5:46 AM
Sunday Monday Woodruff 52.41 ft. 66.0 ft. Sunset 5:46 AM
Blountstown 15.84 ft. 15.0 ft. Sunset 7:46 PM
Isolated Showers & Storms Isolated Showers & Storms Marianna 16.56 ft. 19.9 ft. Moonrise 8:48 AM Aug. July June June
Islte hwes&StrsMoonset 9:45 PM 6 16 23 30
Caryville 13.66 ft. 12.0 ft.

IFIORIDA'S ~~i : ~- .
PANHANDLE Tiiio I
iA PARTNERS WJAQ 109





JACKSON COUNTY Couity Calendar
HJORIDANII~~tyClna
TODAY dessert for a $5 donation. Proceeds help buy school MONDAYJULY15
) Jackson County Growers Association/Marl- supplies for children in the dependency system. ) Ribbon Cutting 9 a.m. at the Kountry Dealz, Publisher -Valeria Roberts anna City Farmer's Market- 7 a.m. to noon at Donated school supplies can be dropped off during 8157 Highway 90, Sneads.. Everyone is invited to
vroberts@jcfloridan.com Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits the event.%Presented by the Quality Parenting attend. Call 593-6636.
and vegetables grown by local farmers. nittive. Call 482-9568.Sumer Feeding Program Morn)) Distribution of Jackson County Farmers Better Breathers Club Meeting 2-3 p.m. in ing snack at 9 a.m. and lurhch.at noon at St James
doberski@jcfloridan.com Market Coupons 9-10 a.m. at Malone City Hall, the Hudnall Building Community Room, Jackson A.M.E. Church, 2891 Orange St. in Marianna. Free
Sneads City Hall and Graceville Senior Citizens. Hospital Campus, 4230 Hospital Drive in Marianna. program is available Monday-Friday for children CONTACT US Individuals applying must be at least 60 years of 'Karmen Sellers, RN, BSN of Jackson Hospital through the age of 18. Morning snacks suchas milk,
Telephone: 850-526-3614 age, reside in Jackson County and provide proof of Emergency Services will present "Knowing Your juice, cereal and lunch items such as sandwiches
FAX: 850-482-4478 income, Social Security card and Florida picture ID. Emergency Room" Bring a friend or caregiver. No and wraps will be served. This is an open walk-in
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com Call 263-4650 or 263-2774. cost to attend, light refreshments will be served. site, no pre-registration is required. Call 850-615Mailing Address: Spring/Summer Clothing Sale 9 a.m. to Call 718-2849. 2934.
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447 1 p.m. at St. Anne Thrift Store, St. AnneCatholic )) Celebrate Recov d in M A )"Dig Into Reading" with the 4c WrCounty
Church in Marianna. Call 482-3734. Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Mrianna. Adult, Public Library's Summer Reading Program
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks teen meetings to"vercome hurts, habits and- Bascom Community Center. Preschool age from*
40CnitoLeRtrnHgw 9inaanTeC s hang-ups' Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Ca l 9:30-10:30 am. and school age 10:45-11:45 a.m. For
Restaurant, Highway 90 in Marianna. The CCC's -209-7856, 5734131. 9:0103 reserati n dsc 82-631
Marianna. FL 32446 focus is the local community, Community, Children 209A856573131 reservations call 482-9631:
Office Hours: & Character." Call 526-3142. An si Swimming Lessons, Session 3 at Chipola ColWeekdays, 8a.m. to 5p. Job Club -'Noonp.m. inthe AA room of First United Methodist lege, July 15-25. Classes are available at 10 a.m..or
Training Center, 4742 Highway 90, Mariann. Learn Church 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 7 p.m., 45 minute classes, Monday throughThursMISS YOUR PAPER? job seeking/retention skills; get job search assis- SATURDAY, JULY 13i day for two weeks. Cost is $55and pre-registration
You should receive your newspaper no later stance. Call 526-0139. is required. Call 718-2473 or visit www.chipola.edu.
than 6a.m. If it does not arrive, callCircula- Employability Interview- Jackson County Growers Association/Mar- Senior Fellowship Association Monthly Meet
thaneteen 6 a.m. d no Tuvesdcay tof ing" 2:30pl a t tWorkshop, "Mock tere- anna City Farmer's Market 7 a.m. to noon at ing Noon at the Marianna First United Methodist friday, and 7 a.m. a.m. on Sunday.T Center 4636 Highway 90 in Marianna. Visit Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits 'Church Youth Center located on Clinton St. Bring Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) EmployFlorida.com to register or call 718-0326. and vegetables grown by local farmers. a vegetable, salad, dessert or drink for the potluck is published Tuesday through Friday and Jackson County School Board Regular Muskogee Creek Tribe History Seminar 9:30 lunch, meat will be furnished. A $2 donation is M on y Sho m a 2 er a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Blue Lake Community Center, requested to help defray expenses. Call 482-4120'.
Sunday-mornings.. Periodical postage paid inMaantl Workshop is 4pen. at 2903heffe 1865 Highway 77 in Chipley. Cost is $20 per person. )) "Dig Into Reading" with the Jackson County Sundaymnings ..eidclpsaepi in Marianna. Workshop is open to the public. The Call 229-762-3169. ,Public Library's Summer Reading Program
at Marianna, FL. agenda is posted at www.jcsb.org. Call 482-1200.
) Quit Smoking.Now Class/Support Group ) Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10 Marianna at Citizens Lodge. Preschool age from 2-3
5:0pmit Jckn ospial Cla fetrBoa. a.m. until last patient isseen, at 1770 Carolina St. in p.m. and school age 3:15-4:15 p.m. For reservations SUBSCRIPTION RATES Room. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by ex- Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients' call 482-9631.
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83. smokers for those who want to become ex-smokers without medical insurance treats short-term ) Employability Workshop, "Job Search Stratethemselves. Call 482-6500. illnesses and chronicconditions. Appointments gies" 2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop Career
ix h available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins Center, 4636 Highway 90 in Marianna. Visit
and $123A5 for one year. All'prices include ) Town of Grand Ridge Regular Monthly Council welcome. Sign in before noon. EmployFlorida.com to register orcall 718-0326.
applicable state and local taxes. Mail Meeting 6 p.m. at the Grand Ridge Town Hall. The ) Miss Pink Heals Beauty Pageant -4 p.m. at Jackson County Development Council, Inc. subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Evangel Worship-Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road, Monthly Board of Directors Meeting 5 p.m.
subscriptionsare: $46.12 for three months; 6th Annual Summer Concert Series featur- Marianna. Doors openat 3:30 p.m., admission fee in the upstairs conference room located inthe $92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one ing Twenty on Red 7-9 p.m. at Citizens Lodge in is $5 per person Divisions include: Baby Miss, Tiny Nearing Court Office Building, 2840 Jefferson St. in year. Marianna. This free event is presented by Jackson Miss, Little Miss, Junior N ss, Teen Miss and Miss. Marianna. The public is invited to attend.
County Parks and Recreation and Main Street Proceeds will benefit wo en and children in the Marianna. Jackson County area who are battling.cancer. Call Family Movie Night 5:30-7:30 p.m.at the
ADVERTISING Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, Jacksbn Countarea w. aGraceville Branch of the Jackson County Public
DEddiscussion, 209-3068 or 693-0953. Library, 5314 Brown St. The movie, The Borrowers is
The advertiser agrees thatthe publisher 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30- free and open to the public. Call 482-9631. shall not be liable for damages arising donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist ) Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meetingout of errors and advertisements beyond limitedto-persons with a desire to stop drinking; Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 5:30-7:30 pma A L Church,
the amount paid for the space actually papers will not be signed. 537 S30 West, aiAnn.Bisio n esmetin are
occupied by that portion of the advertise- FDAJUY2SUNDAY, JULY 14 fourth Mondays; Other Mondays are for projects,
ments in which the error occurred, whether FRDY UL 2) Deadline to donate $1 in exchange for a ticket lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
such error is due to the negligence of the )) Jackson County Chamber of Commerce July for an opportunity to win a complete set of annual )) Capt. Luke Lott's Calhoun Guard, Camp 2212 publisher's employees or otherwise, and Power Breakfast 7-8:45 a.m. at the Jackson .Christmas ornaments produced for Century 21's Sons of Confederate Veterans Meeting 6 p.m.
thee sallbe ot iailiy fr nn-iser County Extension Office, 2741 Pennsylvania Aven'ue traditional 'Easter Seals Society fundraiser. On Mon- at the Aitha Community Center. Anyone who is
thee hal b nt lablit fr on-nsr- in Marianna. Guest speaker, Sunland Superinten- day, July 15,.Marianna Police Chief Hayes Baggett interested in southern and confederate heritage is tion of any advertisement beyond the dent Merlin Roulhac will present"Sunland Centera will draw the winning name. welcome to attend. Call 592-3293.
amount paid for such advertisement. This World Class Organization That Delivers Outstanding )) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion )) Concerned American Patriots of Jackson newspaper will not knowingly accept or 'Service." Call 482-8060. 6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna County Monthly Meeting 6 p.m. at the Ag
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- )) Knitters Nook 10 a.m. at the Jackson County (in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.). Center on Highway 90 West, Marianna. Guest ing which expresses preference based on Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and experi- Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop speaker will be Adrian Wyllie, Libertarian candidate legally protected personal characteristics is enced knitters are welcomed. Call 482-9631. drinking, for Florida Governor in the next election. He will
not acceptable. ) Hot Dog Fundraiser/School Supplies Drive )) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in the explain the Libertarian Party and how it differs from
11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Madison Street Park, board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, the Democratic and Republican parties. Everyone is HOWTO GET1YOUR 'downtown Marianna. Two hot dogs, chips and 5429 College Drive, Graceville. 'welcome, no admission charge.
NEWS PUBLISHED The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
The Jackson County Floridan will publish email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar Police Roundu p~
events via email, fax, mail, or hand delivery. K
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, Marianna Plice Department suspicious vehicle, two escorts, one high- )) Eric Lovrich,,30, 8820 Rose Lake
anniversary and birth announcements., way obstruction, two burglaries, three Shore Lane, Orlando, violation of county
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. The Marianna Police Department listed physical disturbances, six verbal distur- probation. Photographs must be ofgood quality and the following incidents for July 9, the bances, one pedestrian complaint, two )) Jermaine Gray, 31, 9824 Westfield Court,
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the latest available report: One hit and run .~ drug offenses, 20 medical Birmingham, Ala., felon in possession of a right to edit all submissions, vehicle, two accidents, one suspicious calls, nine burglar alarms, firearm-two counts.
incident, one suspicious person, three f -@ tn-,; one panic alarm, 11 traffic )) Danny Williford, 36, 2097 Park Road,
GETTING IT RIGHT escorts, one report of mental illness, one -ME stops, one larceny com- Alford, aggravated battery.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy physical disturbance, two verbal distur- plaint, one civil dispute, )) irginia Young, 57, 7971 McKeown Mill
is to correct mistakes promptly. To bances, two burglar alarms, one report one trespass complaint, Road, Sneads,'failure to appear (aggravated
report an error, please call 526-3614 of a firearm discharged, five traffic stops, one found or abandoned property report, battery with a deadly weapon). Monday-Friday. three fo11ow-up investigations, one noise one follow-up investigation, five animal )) Marvin Cockrell, 36, 2260 Highway 20,
disturbance, two animal complaints, complaints, one fraud complaint, one Youngstown, possession of methamphetone fraud complaint, two assists of other assist of another agency, three public amije, grand theft.
patrol request. Act transports and one threat/harassment Youngstown, grand theft.
,complaint. )) Travis Brunson, 23, 2940 Milton Ave.,
Jackon CuntyMarianna, battery on a law enforcement hrf' fie"Jackson CountyJcsnCUty officer.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and Correctional Facility Jail Population: 222
county fire/rescue reported the following The following persons were booked into To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
incidents for July 9, the latest available the county jail during the latest reporting local law enforcement agency. To report a wildlife violation, JCFLORaKAN_.COM~i report: Two hospice deaths, one periods: 'call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).




JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOCAL & STATE THURSDAY, JULY 11, 2013 o 3AFQ QUILTING GROUP DONATES ITEMS Local & State Briefs
I IN ( UP D iIJuly Power Breakfast nounces winners for the

is Friday, game played July 8.
)) First Place: Doris
TO REST HOME RESIDENTS The Jackso Cy Ottinger and Rosel
Chamber of Commerce Wheeler. July Power Breakfast is )) Second Place: Kurt Friday, July 12 from 7- Opfermann and Douglas 8:45 a.m. at the Jackson Parker. County Extension Office, )) Third Place: Elaine 2741 Pennsylvania Av- Yost and Libby Hutto. enue in Marianna. Guest )) Fourth Place: Mary speaker Merlin Roulhac, Lou Miller and Sharon Sunland Superintendent, Morgan. will present "Sunland a Fifth Place: Dorothy Center a World Class Baxter and Jane Sangaree. ,Organization That Deliv- The Marianna Bridge
ers Outstanding Service." Club is sanctioned by.
Superintendent Roulhac the American Contract invites the community in Bridge League. The game to the day-to-day opera- is held every Monday at 1 tions of Sunland, where p.m. at St. Luke's Episcothey came from and what pal Church, 4362 Lafaytheir vision is for the fu- ette St. in Marianna. ture and how this impacts For more information Jackson County.
Jackson County. and partners, call Libby
Superintendent Roul- Hutto at 526-3162. hac started at Sunland in
October 2012, bringing Woman shot to the job 31 years. of ex- man shot during "___" .perience in state govern- home invasion
meant service, most with JACKSONVILLE PoZ' 7 developmentally disabled
a db lice say a woman is recovpqrsons. Superintendent ering after being shot in Roulhac holds a BA in the leg during an atcriminal justice and is
tempted home invasion.
a member of the Delta Detective JohnVenosh Lambda Chapter of the told the Florida TimesSUBMITTED PHOTO Alpha Sigma Lambda. told the Florida Twamesictured (from left) are Sharon Plumlee, Altha; Merline Brantley, Altha; Rose Honor Society. She Union he woman was
Marie Cloud, Blountstown; Freida Ritter, Bristol; SandyVoss, Altha; and Varnum resides in Jackson County the man tried enterin
with her husband of 30 th awid et representatives Kaycee and Kay. In a recent visit to Varnum's Rest Home in Bristol, years, Freddie Roulhac. through a window about
local quilters delivered lap quilts, adult bibs and Alzheimer activity pillows for the residents. For more information,. 1:45 a.m. Wednesday, the This might be a relatively small group of crafters, but they have big hearts and are always call the Chamber of Com- According to police, the mere at 482-8060. woman was running from looking for ways to help people in their community with their quilting and sewing skills. In the room when the man
fired four rounds. One
the three years that they have been meeting, they have donated almost 100 lap quilts to Bridge Club frd hour one. he
several agencies and homes. The Bizzie Bees meet in Blountstown at the WT. Neal Civic announces winners man fled before making it
Center every Monday evening from 5-8 p.m. CST. For more information, contact Sandy Voss The Marianna Dupli- inside the home.
at 762-2788. cate Bridge Club an- From local, wire reports



OPTIMISTS WELCOME TWO GUESTS
S uMon ( E 7/8 1A 7 4546 19 29 30 Mon, ()971 2400
Tue. (E) 7/9 23O 5-4 7 7922-2831 STue (M) 4-5 3-3-5-1
Wed. (E) /10 17 J9 4-1 Not available Wed. (M) 57 35
Thurs (E) 7/4 5 3-1 3-9-4 7-1213-29-34
Thurs. (M)6 9 -46.94-1
Fri. (E) 7/5 4-3-9 2-8-01 3-8-9 13-14 Frt (M) 71 2997
Sat. (E) 7/6 5-6-1 4 80O8 16 1724-25-28

Su'nrE) 77 14 gt 970 8I 205 31 Sun, (M) 5"2 2 99. 4







SaturdayB /d 1-v35u394347r xtra$3
Wednesday 7/I1 [N(t available extra x
feo-er lottery nir ifd cau 850-4877 or 900-7377777


CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY IS

SATURDAY, JULY 13



SUBMITTEDPHOTO
A ndrea Pelham (second from left) and Marianna City Manager Jimt Dean (third from .
left) were both welcomed recently as guests of the Marianna Optimist Club. Pelham,
student at Chipola College, is the recipient of one of several scholarships funded by the Optimist Club. Dean was there to provide the members rith an update on the city's plan to renovate the former First Bank building and eventually turn it into a museum/cuiltural arts center. The pair is seen here with club member Tommy Grainger (left) and club president Lowell Centers.
IANNA CIT 2844 Madison St.

Do you haveU'Cute Kids'? .FARMERS
Email your 'Cute Kids*' photos to editorial cfloridan~com, maillthem teP. Box 520 Marianna, FL 32447 MARKET~ Tot 4

*12 years or under, with Jackson County ties. Include childs full name, parents' nae(s) and city o f ,
residence. This is a free service. All entries subject to editing.


COMERFORD VAULT
MEMORIAL SERVICE
Let us help you __Sy with a memorial F
of BEAUTY and
DURABILITY
food stores
Al Wok &Matria Guraneedgreat food. great prices, great people.

Burial Vaults, Mausoleums, Shockingly Low Prices!
Benches, Markers .
and All Cemetery Supplies e Oak Station
Shopping Center

~!ii. Open Dail From

Pete Comerford Owner & Operator (80)52-40
593-6828 1-800-369-6828 CLINIC (850) 526-4700
comerfordvaultmemorial@hotmail.com
Hwy. W Sneads, FL





-14A + THURSDAY, JULY 11, 2013 Sl=KF JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN + www.jcfloridan.com

Lakeland Woman charged


Police officers entangled in sex sandal with sneaking onto

The Associated Press Air Force base

LAKELAND -Authorities are investi- 7~~-~ The Associated Press
gating a widespread sex scandal involVing nearly a dozen police officers in one TMA-U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson wants to
Florida city after a civilian crime analyst know how a homeless woman was able
detaied trysts with the men iri police ,~., ,to sneak into MacDill Air Force Base four
and fire stations, patrol cars, motels and 'Y times.
even in a parking lot after a memorial The Tampa Bay Times first reported the
service for a slain officer. incidents. A spokesman for Nelson said
Sue Eberle, 37, has told officials that she Tuesday the senator has asked the Air
had consensual and sometimes coerced Force for an explanation and a briefing on
sex with the officers andafirefighter, and base security.
that she once was propositioned by a cit "We want to know how it happened and
worker in Lakeland. Eberle's accounts of what's being done to make sure it doesn't
the liaisons were largely corroborated by happen again," said spokesman Ryan
her sexual partners and others within Brown.
the police department, and published Suzanne Jensen, 50, told officials she
in a graphic, 59-page report written in slipped onto the base by turning a garbage
an incredulous tone by the count' can upside down and climbing a wall. Retop prosecutor. It said the department's -cords show she stayed on the base for days
problems investigating crimes might be at a time. An affidavit said she was caught
caused by some high-ranking officers THEASSOCIATED PRESS on MacDUIl property mn October, Novembeing more interested in having sex with The exterior of the Lakeland Police Department building is shown in downtown Lakeland on ber and December of 2012 and in January Eberle than doing their jobs. -Tuesday. of this year.
"The investigation revealed an ex- is not granting interviews at this time. including recent problems with traffic MacDill officials declined to comment traordinary amount of sexual conduct The Associated Press typically does not stops, searches and investigations that on Jensen's actions, saying the base is that was committed both on-duty and identify alleged victims of sexual as- have been detailed in The Ledger, Lake- working with the U.S. Attorney's Office to off-duty" wrote Jerry Hill, Polk County's sault. However, Eberle has gone public land's newspaper. investigate the case.
state attorney, in the report dated June with her story, appearing alongside her "Had these members of your depart- Jensen was cited by MacDil officials and 25. "We find the conduct of a number of attorney and husband at a recent news ment been more focused on the impor- charged with four trespassing counts and sworn officers, including some officers conference about the allegations. tant responsibilities of law enforcement, possession of a stolen military ID; during of rank, to be at best a waste of taxpayer Eberle, a married mother of two, is rather than pursuing sexual encounters one instance, she was caught by officials at dollars. At worst their actions indicate a on paid administra tive leave. Three city with a civilian analyst, LPD might not be a gym on the base and was found with a moral bankruptcy that exists amongst employees have resigned, and others in the condition it is today," Hill wrote. stolen ID. some individuals within the ranks at the such as the former assistant chief of the Womack wouldn't comment on the re- Jensen told officers that "for about eight Lakeland Police Department." department have retired. Five other port or the scandal -~ a Lakeland Police days she had been living inside a boat that
Eberle, who has retained an attorney, officers have been placed on either ad- spokeswoman said all comments are was on a trailer parked in the base's family recounted for Hill how she had sex in ministrative leave or modified duty. -being made from City Hall. Womack was Camp area," an affidavit said. police cars, cemeteries and motels with The scandal has stunned folks in Lake- an outsider who had worked in Illinois Jensen was charged last month with four different officers and in the parking land, a city of almost 100,000 people and Texas when she became the depart- trespassing charges and possession of a lot outside a reception that followed halfwtiy between Tampa and Orlando. ment's chief in March 2011. stolen military ID. She has not yet been arthe December 2011 funeral of Officer "It's been devastating for the com- "Our hearts ache for Mrs. Sue Eberle rested on the charges and is not yet repreArnulfo Crispin, who had been fatally munity," said Ellen Simms, who owns a and her family, the citizens of Lake- sented by a lawyer. shot on duty. She also said officers and framing shop in the city's historic down- land, and all the families and children She also pleaded guilty in August some supervisors pressured her for sex, town. "The actions of a few are tarnish- who have been affected by this tragedy," 2012 after trespassing at Fort- Myer in Virgroped her while working and tested her ing the reputation of a good department. Lakeland Mayor Gow Fields wrote in a. ginia. She was sentenced to time already' photos of their genitalia. It's heartbreaking." statement. served.
"She was a target. She was weak. And .The Florida Department of Law,,En- Legislative leaders are furious and have In 2007, she was charged with two fedthey knew that they could take advan- forcement is investigating, while Hill's asked Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd to eral trespass counts in North Carolina in a tage of that, so they preyed. upon her. office spent three months interview- help get the department on track. case that was eventually dismissed. Court They preyed upon her, and that's what's. ing participants and witnesses. In. his "We find the State Attorney's report records dre unavailable and it is unclear if so sick- about it," Eberie's attorney; Da- report addressed to Lakeland Police on the behavior of the LPD officials to she was arrested for entering a military invid Linesch, said during a recent news Chief Lisa Womack, Hill also drew paral- be shocking, revolting and a clear cause stallationi. But Jensen's address was listed conference. lels between the sex scandal and other for action," wrote. Rep. Seth McKeel, as general delivery at Fort Bragg, a North
Linesch's spokeswoman. *said Eberle "shortcomings" within the department, R-Lakeland. Carolina Army base.


State Briefs

Man accused of advocate wants to look at Winter Springs said it was Co-defendant Arthy Icart cally bought cigarettes. possession, probation viopourig gasnear how insurers are handling a nearly 10-foot-long alli- pleaded. guilty and was According to the Ocala lations, domestic violence
porn a er claims from homeowners. gato~r that bit him Monday sentenced in April to more Star Banner, the officers and battery.
kids, fireworks Robin Smith Westcott in the Little Big Econ State. than five years behind tracked down the suspect.
NAPLES A southwest announced Wednesday Forest. He was treated for bars.. Thomas fought the officer ..From wire reports
Florida man faces charges .the creation of a working puncture wounds to his Trial testimony showed and squirmed away The after authorities say he group that will meet later head. that the pair filed false officer was able to grab
poured gasoline near this month. The group will The alligator trapped tax returns using names him again, and two otherPhii children lighting fireworks be asked to come up with and killed Thiesday night stolen from Tallahassee officers helped take him 4 ~ ~ l on the Fourth of July and recommendations, includ- was bigger than the one Community College's fl- into custody. pushed a man out of a mng whether legislators Hudson described, but nancial aid office. Authori- Thomas is charged with wheelchair. should change state laws .Florida Fish and Wildlife ties. found more than 3,200 burglary, petit theft and
The Collier County that cover policyholders. Conservation Commission names from the college on resisting an officer with Sheriff's Office reports Westcott, who was ap- spokeswoman Joy Hill says Escarmant's computer. violence. He remained in that 72-year-old Richard pointed by Chief Financial it's likely the same one. About 400 fraudulent tax the Marion County Jail on D. Ric toddputies that Officer Jeff Atwater, says HI says the alligator returns were filed seeking Wednesday morning. his North Naples neigh-, she was prompted to put responded to bait set close $3.3 million in refunds Police say Thomas still bors had been lighting together the group after to where Hudson was bit- from the Internal Revenue had the stolen cash when
ireworks for two hours hearing from frustrated ten and showed little fear Service. They had the re- he was arrested. NSOE
last'Thursday and that the homeowners at recent of the trapper. It will be funds loaded onto prepaid Thomas told.the news- Ring Sizing, Watch. sound bothered his dogs. forums. ,processed for its meat and tax debit cards. paper he didn't rob the Reliair, Custom Design,
Witnesses said Rice She said in a statement hide. .store. "I did not go into Pearl Re-stringing,
brought a container that consumers should Hill says no more al- Job applicant no cash register to get no Restoration
labeled "gas" from his not be "victimized" by ligators Will be trapped atr accused of mobig nney," Thomas said. Free Jewelry Cleaning
home and poured it on poor claims handling or the park unless another rbig The newspaper reports Layaway
the street, warning the by those seeking to exploit aggressive alligator is gas station the gas station had been Est. 1971-Ak
children that setting off home owners following a reported. OCALA It's probably. robbed five times between a s '
more~ne fierakr wold los.no1tebet aytoge last October and June 14. rk




JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN + www.jcfloridan.com LOOM. & S rATE THURSDAY, JULY 11, 2013 5Ar

Obituaries State & Local Briefs
Lanier-Andler Walton residents, biz owners economic impact of the flooding account until last week.
Funeral Home Funeral Home asked to fl and assist the state in acquiring
SneraFord oFuMraa FL Redten t damage additional resources for affected G0P has a 3-to-i
Sneads, Florida ofMarianna, FL Residents and business own- businesses and communities. fundraising edge over Dems
Phone 850-593-9900 (850) 482-2332 ers in nearbyWalton County are
being asked to report any property Ag Commissioner TALLAHASSEE Republicans
BoMary Powell damage that resulted from recent raises nearly $600,000 who control the governor's manMoneyham flooding. r sion and Florida Legislature are
Mary "Dot" Powell, 87, of The Walton County Sheriff's Of- TALLAHASSEE -.Incumbent maintaining their substantial fundMr. Bobby G. Money- Marianna died Tuesday, fice Bureau of Emergency Man- Florida Agriculture Commissioner raising edge over Democrats.
IV'. ~ooy Mong June 18, 2013 at the Life
ham, age 80, a native of Care Center of Boise in agement encourages residents of Adam Putnam is already amassing New campaign reports filed Jackson County, Florida Boise, Idaho Walton Countywho experienced a large campaign account for his Wednesday show that the Reliving in this area all his life, A native of Atlanta, G personal property damage due to re-election. publican' Party of Florida took in
passed away Wednesday, dot Powell had resided in the July flooding to report their Putnam quietly began his.2014 $2.9 million during the last three July 10, 2013. He had re- Marianna for the past 32 loss by calling the sheriff's office at re-election campaign this past. months. The Florida Democratic tired as Yard Foreman with years before moving to 850-892-8065 ask for Emergency spring. His first campaign report Party took in slightly less than $1 the Florida Gravel Compa- Garden Valley, Idaho with Management Coordinator Al Ford. filed Wednesday showed he has million. ny in Chattahoochee, Flori- her son Bob. The Walton BEM is compiling already raigedhearly $600,000 since
da after 38 years and was of She was preceded in statisticsto report to the State of mid-April. Major donors to both parties inthe Protestant Faith. Bob- death by her beloved hus- Florida and FEMA. Residents who Putnam is aRepublican and A for- dude health insurer Blue Cross and by was known as 'a hard- band, Y.H. "Sandy" Powell, feel they may equal for the FEMA mer member of Congress. His oneutility working man even taking parents, John Jacques and companies such as Florida Power
care of the yard work for e, John e an Individual Assistance Program can announced opponent -Democrat L
caeofteyadwrkfrGrace Johnson, a sister, &lgt
his neighbors and his own Geraldine Johnson, and visit http://www.fema.gov/indi- Thaddeus Hamilton from Sunrise place at the beach besides brother Sonny Jacques. vidual-assistance-program-tools to has raised $760. Florida Republicans also took in
hi regulareckjob.m Hesnwasnddehis regular job. He was de- Survivors include her learn more. Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwa- large checks from Disney and the
voted to his family and willson, Bob: Powell and wife Walton Emergency Management ter reported raising nearly $105,000 state's major sugar growers. Demobe missed by his friends. Mary, step-daughter Eva also encourages business owners this past quarter. He has now raised crafts received large donations from
Bobby is survived by, his Ashmore; grandchildren, who incurred losses due tothe nearly $200,000 overall for his unions and several well-knowfn law wife, Gladys LaDon Michon Ashmore, Michelle July flooding in Northwest Florida re-election campaign. But Atwater firms in the state, Moneyham of Chatta- Ashmore, Susan and hus- to complete an online Business is also getting significant financial Democrats held a major fundraishoochee, Florida; his son, band Dale Grimes, Heather er in South Florida last month, but
Chuck., Moneyham and his Damage Assessment Survey Form, support from the Republican Party
Chck~nehm n hsCutchen and husband a campaign spokesman said some.
wife Laura of Crawfordville, Robert Taylor, Shawn and accessible at http:/ /flmybcom/ of Florida: .an Florida; three sisters, wife Shannon Powell; four datacol_direct.cfm. Attorney General Pam Bondi will money from that event went to the
Virgie Mae Stephens and great grandchildren Chris- Survey results, according to the not have to fie a report since, party's federal account. Ollie Mae Neel, both 'of rereutseddn ipnh
topher Grimes, Kristy agency, will help determine the full she did not open her re-election From local, wire reports Grand Ridge, Florida and Grimes, Shilo Powell and
Joyce Wilson of Tallahas- Shea Powell.
see, Florida; two A Service of Rememgranddaughters, Meagan branch will be at 11 am,
Moneyham of Talahassee Saturday, July 13, 2013 at
a the Church of Jesus Christ
Pensacola, Florida also a df Latter Day Saints in Manumber of nieces and rianna."
nephews He Was preced- Interment will follow in
ed in death by his parents, Pinecrest Memorial GarLump and Calie Mae dens at a later time with.
Moneyham; two brothers,- James &- Sikes Funeral
Clyde and Royce Money- Home Maddox Chapel diham and one twin sister, recting.
Erma Jean Alford. Expressions of sympathy
A Memorial Service is may be' made online at
scheduled for Graveside, www.jamesandsikefuneralhomes.com
Mt. '-Pleasant Cemetery,.
Hiway 90 East of.
Chattahoochee, Florida,
Friday,. July 12, 2013, atA
10:00 -AM EDT. Those
wishing are requested to'
send contributions totheir
favorite charity in'memory' Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc.
of Bobby G. Moneyham. 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna,
Lanier-Andler' Funeral 850-372-4456
Home of Sneads, Florida is ,
in charge of arrangements.
Phone 850-593-9900.

significant portion of the THEASSOCATED PRESS
W after < legislative appropriation George Zimmerman (right) listens to his defense counsel Mark O'Mara (left) and Don West(center) during his trial in Seminole
to complete a flow study Cicuit Court in Sanford, on Wednesday.
From Page 1A ,of the Apalachicola Bay,
interconnected and inter- where the river terminates
dependent, and users in into a freshwater-saltwaall three states have been ter habitat vital 'to marine
-tussling ifor more than life.Without that Taylor D ... ..c
three decades over how said, the state cannot fullY
much water should be represent Its interests as.
held upstream in reser- the three states continue voirs for use by consun- working out water use.
eis in heavily-populated plans. The ACF Stakehold'places lie tlanta,...and: ers: gbUp i~s preparing a,
how much should flow on larger management plan The Associated Press prosecutors and defense attor- pieces of evidence. Defense attordownstream to places like for the entire three-river neys because it would help jurors neys had wanted to present text
Apalachicola, the home system that would. ad,- SANFORD -Affertakingless than evaluate Zimmerman's self-defense. messages discussing fighting from of a teeming marine life dress those interests, and a week to call 18 witnesses, George claim. Trayvon Martin's cellphone and an
and seafood industry. The the expanded flow study Zimmerman's defense attorneys Zimmerman's father, Robert Zim- animation depicting Zimmerman's freshwater flowing. into would be a critical part of rested their c'aseWednesday in the, merman Sr., was the last -witnjess, fatal fight with Martin. But Nelson that aiea is vital for the the plan, he said. The ACF neighborhood watch volunteer's called by the defense on Wednes- sided with prosecutors, -who had health of marine species Stakeholders would 'use second-degree murder trial. day, and he said it's his son yelling argued the animation is inaccurate like oysters, whose survival the money to pay for the Prosecutors and defense attor- for help on the call. and the texts were irrelevant.
depends on the right mix bay portion of the flow; neys planned to workout the jury Defense attorneys also called a Immediately after the defense of fresh river water and need study, and :then in- instructions before presenting clos- forensic pathologist who, testified 'rested, prosecutors called their first the briny wash'from the corporate the information ing arguments on Thursday. Judge that the forensics evidence sup- rebuttal witness Adam Pollock, Gulf of Mexicd Likewise, into its larger Sustainable Debra Nelson said the case could be ports Zimmerman's account of what the gym owner who had trained upstream urban areas like 'Water Management Plan 'sent to six jurors either late that day' happened. Zimmerman. But prosecutors deAlanta need their share to for the ACF. Basin at large, or the next. Zimmerman has pleaded 'not cided not to question Pollock after
meet the needs 'of people The Stakeholders expect' Zimmerman never testified. 'But guilty to second-degree murder. On the judge presiding over the case and industries there. to distribute the manage-, jurors saw repeated video record- the night of the fatal scuffle in Feb- ruled he couldn't be questioned After years of unfruitful :ment plan ,to Alabama, ings of Zimmerman telling his side ruary 2012, Martin was visiting his about a video put on his gym's webbattle between the three Florida and Georgia water of the story to investigators. He- father and his father's fiancee at the site showing his court testimony at states as each tried to pro- management agencies, as claims, that he shot Trayvon Mar-' same townhome complex where the trial. tect its interests, individu- well as lawmakers in' all tin, Who was'unarmed, in self-de- Zimmerman lived. Shortly after, court was adjourned als within them Started those states as the three fense while the teen straddled and.-zimmerman observed M~.rtn until Thursday morning. creating groups within jurisdictions continue to punched him. -: while driving in.his neighborhood, Earlier Wednesday, a former
each state and across state workout their Water shar- The defense started .its case last called police and the fight ensued neighbor of Zimmerman's, Olivia .. lines in .an effort to' move inhg issues. Friday, and it presented half 'as. after the neighborhood watch vol- "Bertalan, described how he had
the process beyond the Taylor said 'the ACF 'many witnesses' in half of the time unteer got out of his vehicle, helped her find a lock for her townstalemate.'- Stakeholders 'should know that prosecutors did. Zimmerman's Some civil rights activists argued home's sliding door and offered any
*Taylor said the ACF more specifically how friends, parents and uncle testified that~the delay in charging Zimmer- help he could after burglars broke Stakeholders have already much money would be that it's him screaming for help on man was influenced by Martin's into her home.
raised and used $1.3 mai-: needed for the flow study. a 911 'call that captured sounds of race, and protests were held around "I was just appreciative he was oflion in private donations mn'a couple of weeks, When the fatal fight. Martin's mother and the nation in the 44 days between fering a hand and said I could spend to conduct an in-stream .the entity decides which brother had testified for the pros- the fatal fight and Zimmerman's ar- time with his wife iflIwanted to durflow study for the Apala- study method it prefers to ecution that it's Martin yelling for rest. Martin was black and Zimmer- ing the day," she said. chicola River, but need a use. 'help., man identifies himself as Hispanic. Defense attorneys also called pub_________________________________ Convincing the jury' of who was The defense'rested on a day when lic safety consultant Dennis Root
screaming for help on the 911 the judge made two rulings that 'to testify that Marin was in better ][} l~ aLL'- "" Coretinaand the HolmeS iCoun~ty' tape became the primary goal of prevented them from introducing physical shape than Zimmerman.,
Citn in the search.
From Page lA Reed was found in a va- D o ie from 1914 to 1952 while 31 bodies The school was plagued by scancant home across from his i o erwere sent elsewhere for burial. That dal almost since its inception. Tales
immediate suspect, ac- ownresidence. Officials say leaves at least 22 bodies unaccount- of physical, mental and sexual
cording to the release. they tracked him there by From Page 1A ed for. abuse of the children have been
The'Florida Department following the trail of blood researchers to exhume the human Death certficates and other re- documented.
of Law Enforcement's mo- he left as he went from his remains, did not return a call for cords, media reports and interviews Researchers are also taking DNA bile crime scene lab was home to the vacant house. comment. with former staff members and from several family members of
dispatched to help process 'The Washington County USF researchers have verified inmates showed some died from boys believed to have been buried the scene. Reed was taken SWAT Team surrounded the deaths of two adult staff mem- illness and accidents, including a at the school; the families want to into custody around 3:24 and then entered the hers and 96 children between 1914 1914 dormitory fire that claimed the rebury the remains once they are a.m. Wednesday, with K-9 house, taking Reed into and 1973 at the Dozier School. Re- lives of six boys and two staff mem- recovered. The state Legislature has teams from the NorthWest custody without further cords indicated that 45 individuals bers who became trapped inside given the researchers $190,000 for Florida Reception Ceniter incident. were buried on the 1,400-acre tract the building, the search and exhumation.



____________Come Visit usa 34 370CvrsRoad Marianna, FL 32446-1806 (850) 482-3964 85 4840 60 ~





16A THURSDAY, JULY11,2013 k ON JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com

Nation Briefs Boston

s Bombing suspect pleads not guilty

FORT HOOD, Texas
The Army psychiatrist The Associated Press in a shootout and getaway
charged in the 2009 deadly attempt, faces 30 federal
Fort Hood shooting ram- BOSTON- His arm in a charges, including using a page told some potential cast and his face swollen, weapon of mass destrucjurors Wednesday that he a blase-looking Dzhokhar tion to kill, in connection supports theTaliban and Tsarnaev pleaded not with the April 15 attack, the strict Islamic Shaa guilty Wednesday in the which left three people law. Boston Marathon bomb- dead and more than 260
Maj. Nidal Hasan, who ing in a seven-minute wounded. He could get is serving as his own at- proceeding that marked the death penalty if prostorney in his court-mar- his first appearance in ecutors choose to pursue tial, asked questions of public since his capture in it. individual Army officers mid-April. The proceedings took
on the second day of jury As survivors of the place in a heavily guarded selection. On Tuesday bombing looked on, Tsar- courtroom, packed not
after the first group of 20 naev, 19, gave a small, lop- only with victims but with potential jurors arrived, he sided smile to his two sis- their families, police offideclined to ask questions. ters upon arriving in' the cers, and members of the THEASSOCIATED PRESS
Hasan, 42, faces ex- courtroom He appeared public and the media. MIT police officers stand at attention outside the federal courthouse prior to arraignment for ecution or life without to have a jaw injury and The Russian immigrant Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Wednesday in Boston. parole if convicted in the there was swelling around andformer college student right legs in the bombings, killed four people, one of Massachusetts Institute rampage that left 13 dead his left eye and cheek. looked much as he did in a said afterward: "I actually whom being an officer of of Technology police offiand nearly three dozen Leaning into the micro- photo widely circulated af- felt sick to my stomach." mine." cer aid the carjacking ofa
wounded on the Texas phone, he told a federal ter his arrest, his hair curly MIT Police Chief John Authorities say Tsarnaev motorist during their getArmy post on Nov. 5, 2009. judge, "Not guilty" in his and unkempt. Wearing an DiFava, who was also in orchestrated the bomb- .:awayattempt. In answering Hasan's Russian accent and said it orange prison jumpsuit, the courtroom, said Tsar- ing along with his older His two sisters were in questions, several poten- over and over as the charg- he appeared nonchalant, naevlooked "smug." brother, Tamerlan Tsar- court wearing traditional smug. and oavrea Tsar cour wearig traditional
tial jurors said they had es were read. Then he was almost bored, during the' "I didn't see a lot of re- naev, who died following Muslim scarves called negative views of Muslims, led away in handcuffs, hearing.':The cast covered morse. I didn't see a lot a gun battle with police hijabs. One was carrying the Quran or Sharia law. making a kissing gesture his left forearm, hand and of regret," he said. "It just three days after the attack. a baby; the other wiped But they said they could toward his family with fingers. seemed to me that if I was Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was away tears with a tissue.
put aside those views and his lips. One of his sisters The bombing victims in that position, I would 'arrested on April 19, hid- Tsarnaev's lawyer Judy only consider evidence in sobbed loudly, resting her showed little reaction in have been a lot more ner- inginabloodstained boat Clarke asked Aatthejudge the case. head on a woman seated the courtroom after a fed- vous, certainly scared." in a suburban backyard enter riot-guilty pleas for
The military judge, Col. next to her. eral marshal warned them DiFava added: "I just after a manhunt that para- him, but U.S. Magistrate
Tara Osborn, told Hasan to Tsarnaev, who has been against any outbursts. wanted to see him. I want- lyzed much of Boston. Judge Marianne Bowler rephrase liis questionsand hospitalized since his cap- Liz Norden, the mother ed to see the person that Tsarnaev is also said: "I would ask him to avoid referring to himself ture with wounds suffered of two men who lost their sod- coldly and callously charged in the killing of a answer as the shooter, saying he is
acting as an attorney and
will be d to the same Back to negotiations after student loan plan fails I P
standards. "The Associated Press favored a compromise and without an agreement led House, meant that un- A

Mom in Brazil custody now and joined with Re- within a fractured Demo- less Congress tries again, TODAY !!
dispute returning WASHINGTON The publicans in using'a pro- cratic caucus, students students could be borrow- With EZ pay, your bill is
tolMassachusettS defeat of a student loan cedural roadblock to stop would face higher costs ing money for fall courses automatically paid each
t o ~ a s s a c hm o nth fro y o u ech ecki ngs e
bill in the Senate on the one-year patch. when they begin repaying at a rate leaders in both month from your checking
BOSTON- -AMassachu- Wednesday clears the way, "This plan merely kicks their loans after gradua- parties called unaccept- account or credit card
setts woman who has been .- .....I '"' "' : : dalh elminating the need for
setts woman who has been for fresh negotiations to the can down the road for tion. Lawmakers pledged ably high. eliminating the need for
Wtanded in Brazil with restore lower rates, but 12 more months," said Sen. to return to negotiations Officials said the vote paper bills, ents her 6-year,-old daughter lawmakers are racing the Richard Burr, R-N.C., who to avert that, and aides would not be the final ps.
because ofa dispute with -clock before millions of worked with Manchin and were gauging what was word on student loans Ach co
the girl's father expects to students return to campus Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, possible given the narrow and that it would nudge .F RIDAN return home soon. next month to find bor- on a deal that linked inter- window before Congress members from both par- To sign up for
SReplresentatives for both rowing terms twice as high est rates to financial mar- breaks again for the Au- ties back to the negotiat- 1'EZ Pay call us at sides told The Associ- as when school let out. kets. "We're going to vote gust recess. infig table. Even those who 850-526-3614 or
ated Press on Wednesday Republicans and a few on a 3.4 percent exten- "Today our nation's stu- favored an extension said visit us at that ainrzileniudglha JCIIoridan.com
that a Brazilian judge has Democrats blocked a sion, kicking the can down dents once again wait they were not inflexible. decided to return the U.S. White House-backd pro- the road and not finding a in vain for relief," said passports that federal posal that would have re- solution," Sen. Tom Udall, D-N.M.
police seized from the visi- stored 3.4 percent interest The Senate vote was 51- "They expected more tors from North America rates on subsidized Staf- 49, nine votes short of the of us and I share their in early June. ford loans for one more 60 votes needed to move disappointment."
"We are so, happy and year. The failed stopgap forward. "Today, we failed. And ..
excited-to leave," the measure was designed to The Republican-favored our nation's students pay woman, Shauna Hadden, give lawmakers time to plan that Manchin helped the cost of that failure," he "
told the AP in an email take up comprehensive to write was not consid-" addedafterthevote. from Brazil. "We will be college affordability legis- ered for a vote in the Dem- The failure to win a oneleaving as soon as we have lation and dodge 6.8 per- ocratic-controlled Senate. year approval, combined our passports in hand.". cent interest rates on new Without serious negoti- with little interest in such The 33-year-old social loans. ations between the parties a deal in the Republicanworker has said she took Without congressioher daughter, Ava Macha- nal action in the coming .. ...... do, to Brazil in May so the weeks, the increase could girl could meet with her mean an extra $2,600 for
father. But family said she an average student rechanged her plans after turning to campus this landing in Brazil because fall, according -to Conshe got a call from a friend gress' Joint Economic
warning that the father Committee. ,
planned tokeep the girl. "Let's just extend this
Alawyer for the father, for one year. I don't think
32-year-oldDonizete that's too much to ask,"
Machado, disputed that he said Democratic Sen. Tom wanted custody of the girl. Harkin of Iowa, chairman
The attorney, Isabel Feijo, of the Senate Health, Ed- I
said last week that her ucation, Labor and Pen- ,YOUR WAY
client asked authorities sions Committee. & 10:00
to seize the two passports It proved too much for because Hadden hadn't let a bipartisan group of lawhim visit with Ava. makers, led by Sen. Joe
From wire reports Manchin, D-W.Va. They MS








VOLET .JBUICK .tADILLAC-= GM&'NISS"
4204 Laayette-t-*--viriannaFL-*-(8 0)-482, COME WSOONE O
--THES--' SALESMEN-* -,
/ FO TH













High School VoleybaRI


Lady Pirates gaining confidence from summer

BY DUSTIN KENT Lady Pirates winning their first couldn't have gone much better two; I was pretty happy about- schools that were bigger than
dkent@jcfloridan.com three matches before getting for the Lady Pirates. that. I was very happy with how us and I kind of like doing that
eliminated by Class 7A Chiles in "We beat a lot of schools that it went." in the summer especially," she
The Sneads Lady Pirates vol- two sets. were bigger than us:We beat Ma- It was the first time that Rob- said. "If we're blessed enough to
leyball team recently wrapped Both of the Lady Pirates' losses clay and that was the first time erts has taken the Lady Pirates make it back to (the state semiup its. summer season by win- during their time playing at Ma- Sneads has ever beaten Maclay to compete in Tallahassee dur- finals). in the near future, I want ning 10 of 12 matches over three clay were at the hands of Chiles, since I've been there. We beat ing the summer, but she said she these girls to know what it's like weeks at Maclay High School in, with the first comingin three sets Arnold, which I was pretty happy thought it was necessary for her to battle hard and still come out Tallahassee. during league competition. about, and we beatWakulla," she player? to see that level of com- on top..The goal is to put them
It ended with the Prostyle High While they fell short of a tour- said. "With so" many big schools petition as often as possible be- in as many of those situations as School Summer League Bash nament title, Sneads coach Shei- playing there, for us to play a fore the real-season gets started. Tournament on June, with the la Roberts: said that the summer total of l0 games-and only lose "I felt like we saw a lot of See PIRATES, Page 2B



Sport inm Bref

Marianna Summer LeagueSTATE
volleyball
Thursday- Marihnna vs.
Graceville, 5 p.m.; Liberty Countyvs. Chipley, 6 p.m.; Libertye a d Y .o RS TE
"Countyvs. Graceville, 7 p.m.; Chipley vs. Marianna, 8 p.m.

Malone Tigers Youth Basketball Camp


Malone School from July- 15-17 14
for ages8-13.
Cost is $25. Cal850 482-9950
ext. 2869 to sign up.










I<
.esMariannaSwim Team
The a rianna.Swim Team is a,
1ocal, recreational wi team for
bys',and girls ages 4-18. Practices are held from 5Am. to 6:30
p m.,lMondaytthrough Tursday
throughAugust at :Chipolaf Coll!ege Pool
Meets are held on Saturdays
throughout the summer.
Registration isteen. All we re- h
qWre isthat the swimmer swim
ohe full pooTlength (25 yards)
and that childrenimder 1 0rhave
-A
parental supervision during
practices
The registration fee of $35
pa~h T6'ST'fe~lpiMARK SKINNER / FLORIDAN oflife guahrdsvhe mMarianna Ozone All-Stars are front row, Wilton Pittman Gannon Davis, Will Saunders, Beau Alday, Randall Smith and Calbb Torbett.
meets Team T-shirts for me- The second row is Coach Larry Waldron Riley Torbett, Loren Waldron, Ryder McDaniel, Jessie Harris, Wesley Rogers Wesley Pippen and
uers willbe an additional $5 Coach Joseph Alday. At back is Coach Rhett Rogers.
and $15 or non-memnhers. Pool nmnibership is alo equired'by

For Marianna All-Stars set for Ozone tourney
pleae call Vicki Pelharmtat 482- e
2435 Angie Btin a t 209-89118;.t
JuliSith at 557-292Monic BY DUSTIN KENT work in the batting cage. start the opener against Se- the same team that won it
Bhlin at 2 r aydkent@ Jucflondan corn While the weather has bring, though which hadn't last year, so we're all on equal
qustons oMST2010@ u been frustrating, Marianna been decided: playing ground."
rylink.net The Marianna Ozone All coach Rhett Rogers said that The challenge of taking on The field also features traStars will begin their quest the time off has been good the defending chips right ditionally tough programs restilng Club for a state championship for his players. off the bat seems daunting, like West Volusia, West SemiSaturday in East Lakeland "We had such a long time but Rogers said that he gave nole American, and Spring T iButlldog Westling Chlub is -with a matchup against de- between district and state; the message tohis team that Hill, but the coach said he
rting ic offending champion Sebring I didn't want to practice the this is a newyearand Sebring believes his group can comeason in the Dixie Youth Baseball kids every day. I don't want isn't the same team it was last pete with the best teams
Practice will be Tuesday and Ozone State Tournamentat them to get burned out," he year. from South Florida.
Thursday nights from 5:30 p.m. 11:30 a.m. Central Daylight, said. "We still want to keep it "Sebring is very good, but "Those teams are good, but
to 7 pnmMt the old Mariamna Time. fun for them. The state tour- those kids (from last year's I feel like we're pretty good
igh Schpol wrestling room. Marianna is coming off nament should be a fun ex- team) are moved up to an also when we do the right
All 5 of a district champi nship perience for them. We have older bracket now," he said. things," Rogers said. "I just
Ie o t o rore n culminating with a 2-1 several kids who have never "Sebring traditionally always feel like if we can relax and
infrm n cl MS oacah win over Holmes County in been to one.Ijust wanted to has a very good Dixie Youth play defense and string toRon. Thotesont272-0280 the title game on June 12 in try to keep them fresh and program and I expect them gether a few hits, anything
Vernono sharp." to be very good again, but if can happen. We're looking
SS The team got 1 h0 days offr There are just two players we pitch and play defense forward to the challenge. The after the district tournament back from last year's team score a few runs, anything kids are starting to get exrialjfrid orfthem and has had few opportu- that made it to state -. Riey canhappen cited about it with it getting
to 8 48 g cities for full practices dite Torbett and Jessie Harris "Like I told our kids, Se- closer.
to heavy showers tfa o have with the coach saying that bring won it last year but this
County F2mited the players mostly to one of the two was going t is a different team. It's not See STATE, Page 22
Mariannfa, FI 3247



Major League Basebas


Stanton, Marlins drop Braves

The Associated Press Park since it opened n 2012
I With thousands of youngsters
MIAMI Saddled with a five- in the stands on camp day, the
game losing streak, the Miami announced attendance was
Marlis were in the market for MARLINS 6 23,921 the Malis' largest
an early lead Wednesday, and BRAVES 2 liome crowd since April 27. MiGiancarlo Stanton gave tem amiis last in the major leagues in
one.s o es at me, and I took he said "So attendance.
The Marlins slugger hit a two- it was a good day. Atlanta came into the game
run double in the first inning to Placido Polanco added three with a 11.87 ERA this season end a 10-game RBI drought and hits and three RBIs. Jacob Turner against the Marlins, but Mihelp beat the Atlanta Braves 6-2. (3-1) allowed four hits and two ami batted around in the first Stanton had been in a 3-for-26 runs in seven innings, and Steve inning. slump before he gave the Mar- Cishek allowed two singles in the "We needed that," manager lins the lead in their four-rn ninth to complete a six-hitter. Mike Redmond said. "We needed first against Paul Maholmn. The Braves won two of three to jump out to a quick start and "It put us on top, and we stayed games in the series but missed a settle everyone down, especially on top the whole game," Stanton chance for their first road sweep Jacob, and gives ourselves a little said. "It was a good jump start." since April 12-14 at Washington. room to breathe."
Stanton was also pleased that "It was a tough day," said Ma- Stanton showed the impact his
he walked in his next three at- holm (9-8). "Obviously we would bat can make with a line drive bats, laying off tempting pitches have liked to have gotten the that reached the wall on one hop THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that he had been flailing at of sweep, but we won the series." for a 2-0 lead. Miami's Giancarlo Stanton smacks a double against the Atlanta Braves on late. Miami improved to 3-12
Wednesday in Miami. Justjin Ruggiano and Ed Lucas scored on the play. ,"They threw some good pitch- against the Braves at Marlins See MARLINS, Page 2BL




_12B THURSDAY, JULY11, 2013 sPoRTS JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN + www.jcfloridan.com

Football



Hernandez's troubles bring scrutiny on Meyer

The Associated Press hold the amount of teams 8-5 2010 season to address
that I've been around the health issues and spend
Aaron Hernandez's trou- kids that do it the right more time with his fambles have become Urban way. I'm not talking about ily, many Florida fans felt
Meyer's problem. a few, I'm talking about the abandoned and betrayed
A murder charge against core of your team if you do by him.
Hemandez, who played it the right way, and we've He left Gainesville with
for Meyer at Florida from got it here at Florida." the, program trending
2007-09, has led.to greater Meyer set the baP high down, went to work for
scrutiny of Meyer's time for his players and his ESPN during his season
as Gators head coach a program. When it failed away fromcoaching, and
six-year run highlighted to meet those standards, was introduced as coach
by two national champi- he became an easy target of the Buckeyes in his
onships'and Tim Tebow's for his critics of which home state of Ohio less
Heisman Trophy, but also- there are now many. than a year after he quit at
marked by about two doz- "When a coach starts Florida.
en players making the po- talking about how strong "That comes with the
lice blotter, he is on discipline, and territory," Bowden told
Hernandez was not one then things go wrong, peo- the AP in a phone interof the 25 players who ac- ple get all over him-when view Tuesday. "How many,
counted for 31 arrests dur- actually he's no different times can you think of a
ing Meyer's tenure, but he from anybody else," said. successful coach leaving
had issues "relatively former Florida State coach a school and that school
speaking ... very minor THEASSOCIATED Bobby Bowden, who went not feeling some animosstuff" Meyer said in a ReS FiL 0-5 against Meyer's Gators ity toward him?"
recent interview with The Urban Meyer, now caoch at Ohio State, said it Is "wrong and irresponsible" to connect him or and considers his old rival, The Hernandez case has Columbus Dispatch. his former Florida staff to the murder charge facing Aaron Hernandez. a friend, provided an opportunity
Those issues included Meyer certainly didn't to re-visit Meyer's record,
Hernandez's ,one-game Sun: "Relating or blaming Gators beat Oklahoma 24- running a program. like pick up many fans at rival and also to note that desuspension for failing a these serious charges to 14 in soutth Florida to win Florida after stops at Bowl- schools during his time at spite his proclamations, marijuana test;, involve- the University of Florida, the 2008 national title. "It's ing Green and Utah. Florida. His Gators feasted not all wa right with the ment in a -bar fight that myself or our staff is wrong one of the greatest groups "It still comes down to on most of the Southeast- Gators. A case can be police records say left a a irresponsiblee" of young people I've ever getting guys to go as hard em Conference and domi- made that Meyer was a) man injured (no charges Yet wien Meyer was been around, and ,I'm as they can, it all comes :nated the school's fiercest lax when it came to diswere filed); and,. being there, he often spoke out starting to get; a 'little bit down to getting guys to, rivals. Against. Georgia, cipline, and, b) willing to .questioned as a witness in about the virtues of his of experience behind me.' graduate, to live right. At Tennessee and Florida take on players of quesa-shooting.. played. now, 20-something years, the end ofthe.dayyouwant State, Meyer went' 16-2 tionable character.
Meyer, .who turned 49 Iwant to make-sure that and that's saying a lot be- a bunch of players that are and showed no mercy in "Every coach has 'some Wednesday, answered crit-- odr players, this team goes cause I've been around. 'committed to the right doing so. skeletons in his closet
ics of his oversight while at down:,as one of the great some greatyoung guys." thing. And it's not easy .to When Meyer resigned somewhere," Bowden the school, saying in a re- teams in Florida football Later in te -news con- get that. It's not easy. In 20- for a second time as Ga- said. cent statement to theDis- history," he said the morn- ference, Meyer was asked something years of coach- tors 'coach but this And right now, Meyer's is patch and the Gainesville ing after Tebow and the what he had learned about ing, on one hand .1 can time for good after an being inspected.


College Basketball



Mississippisuspends Henderson indefinitely

The Associated Press, Most of Henderson's transgressions were fairly harmless like
Mississippi guard Marshall popping his jersey at. the Auburn .Henderson has been suspended crowd after hitting a game-clinchindefinitely. ing shot- but he rarely missed an
In a release Wednesday, the uni- .opportunity to needle opposing
versity announced the 6-foot-2 se- fans.
nior from Hurst, Texas, is suspend- It's been an eventful offseason for ed because of a "violation of team Henderson, but for all the wrong rules," but it did not provide any reasons.
details aboutthe violations. He wrote a message in April for
"Since the season ended, we have
talked a lot -about Marshall taking the university's website, thanking t Ole Miss fans for their support and
a greater leadership role with our vaguely apologizingto"anyone I of
team," Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy said in a statement. "With that fended." He said he would try to become a betterleader in the future.'
comes greater responsibility, and he He was also reprimanded by the must do a betterjobof living up to A e ormang an "ne
the high standard we expect from NCAA in June for making an "inhim and he desires from himself." appropriate gesture" following the Henderson averaged 20.1 points Rebels' loss to LaSalle in the third
.per game last season bombing round of the NCAA tournament. 3-pointers from nearly every inch of Henderson came to Ole Miss with the court. He helped the Rebels win a history of discipline problems. He the SEC tournament championship was arrested in both 2009 and 2011 and advance'to the NCAA tourna- and served time in jail after the ment for the first time since 2002. second arrest because he violated But the flamboyant guard also was his probation. Ole Miss has said
known for his abrasive personality the coaches were aware of Hender- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
and he quickly became the player son's past when he signed with the In a release Wednesday, Mississippi announced that Marshall Henderson is suspended because of a opposing teams loved to hate. program. "violation of team rules:' but it did not provide any details about the violations.

heart to win those types of son,'especially after the perfor-,. teams that in the recent past makes me feel really good bePir tesmatches. If we do make it back mance in Tallahassee. have, beaten Us over and over cause they're a very good team.
there again; I want them to be Roberts said she believes this it seems like," the coach said. Sneads has .a lot of talent and~ From Page lB mentally prepared. Playing group can have a special season "We haven't been able to beat some great athletes and I'm resome of these bigger schools in 2013 if the players coiitinue to Arnold for a couple of years and ally excited about the season. I possibly can because I believe may have helped them gain a 'build on the confidence gained haven't been able to beat Ma- These girls, are exciting and that they can come out on top little confidence in preparing from wins over long-time nem- clay since I've been here, so for young still. It will be a really fun in those tight games and they for those kinds of baffles that eses like Maclay and Arnold in I want them to have that confi- year for me." have to believe it too. might lie ahead." the summer. dence that they can beat those The Lady Pirates will next
"I don't want them to be sat- The Lady Pirates return much. "I don't want them to have a teams that have traditionally go to the University of Florida isfied with playing hard against of the core of a team that won cocky confidence, but I want beaten us. Team Camp from July 19-21,
these teams and not winning. 19 games in 2012 and will take them to have a belief in them- "We also matched up re- with the first day of fall practice This group has the talent and high expectations into next sea- selves that they can beat those ally well With Chiles and that on Aug. 5.

State"I just hope the kids have they're able to do all that, Marianna-Sebring getting the bracket between Hard- come back Sunday to take S a efun and relax and just go then we'll be OK." a bye into Monday's action ee, East Lakeland, Port St. on the loser of West SemiFrom Page lB play. It's going to be a good~ It's a 10-team tourna- to face off against whoever Joe, and West Volusia. nole AmeriCan and Lake
experience for them. If ment, with, the winner of comes out of the top half of Th~e loser would have to Placid.


IIa.1 iIm the Marlis have the NLs on is teonl one that hit on the NLAl-Sa ,JULy~ J !
diLi~worst record. the ball hard, and it wasn't doubled in the sixthi and Muflr & xhaust
Stanton has tried to tern- even supposed to be a scored on Chris Johnson's From Page lB "per his frustration, strike." groundout to make thle /; :il..
"That ball was a laser "'mkind of taking alittle Maholm gave up no runs score 4-2. But that's all /
beam, and he had great different approach," he after the first, but lasted the Braves could muster at-bats after that. That's a said. "Before, I would just only 4 1-3 innings, throw- against Turner, who imgreat sign," Redmond said. get furious, but then I feel ing 103 pitches. Three proved to 4-0 in his past six "He's such a big presence like I'm a bad teammate, times this year he has failed home starts with an ERA of in that lineup. You can see and I don't wanlt to have to pitch five innings. 1.41. how in situations they start that influence. You can get Poor base-rnning hurt Notes: Before the game, pitching around him, but mad every once in a while, Atlanta in the second in- Braves C Evan Gattis when he stays in the zone with how much of a failure ning. Dan Uggla doubled (strained right oblique) -: and handles the pitches he sport this is, but it's how home a run, then was took batting practice forknows he's capable of han- you handle it. Get mad for thrown out trying to go the first time since going *
dling, he can dominate a a few minutes, and. then from second to third when on the disabled list Junegame." leave it." a pitch rolled away from 18. .... The Marlins' Adeiny
Last year's NL slugging Stanton's double came catcher Mathis. B.J. Up- Hechavarria singled in the leader has had a subpar on a changeup. He scored ton reached first on the fifth to extend his hitting first half of the season, in on a double by Polanco, play because the pitch was streak to 10 games, match-Q ["....
part because he missed and Jeff Mathis added a strike three, but he was ing his career high. .... With & O g W58i7
36 games with a strained two-out RBI single, promptly picked off by his first career triple, Turn- Store Hours: NonFri 7am-5 3p.50 a 7m-p right hamstring. He's bat- "Obviously in the first in- Thrner.i errie i lfetme ba34t- .......
ting only .246 with eight ning I wasn't in rhythm," FedeFreeman, con- ting average frm04t rn1s T re
homers and 24 RBIs, and Maholm said. "But Stant- tending for the final sPot .067.




JACKSON COUNTYFLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com E -. .-WEE THURSDAY, JULY11, 2013 3BF


PEANUTS BY CHARLES SCHULTZ ACROSS 46Equivocate Answer to Previous Puzzle Horoscope
ArTHE FF I 0RR, ARUE MY HAND HAKE ALLUHE I THINk I'M 601N 1 "Bolero" 51 Throaty
Y.re-L'OO p'NMq6NTELF HTWE A TMEANDT IT. -TIROUGH W)THDRAAL composer 54TV antenna SENT B A T H CANCER (June 21-July
T'MOTHER TOOK AAY OR 6 Makes void 55 More K IMONO FUSIO 22) -The time is nowripe
Wq01 TW5ETATFJ,ANDI'VE 11 H 6akeir 5MrisyLIeIIN T
I 11 Hair risky RTS THERS to tackle something that
ointmentt 56 Insect- LA S you've been reluctant to
-- 12 Big wave eating
1.~.-1 3Geteven insect FLE SL ED attempt.Don'tbe-you'll
for 57 Fine violin, DRAIN LOWE be lucky when there's a lot
&-.14 Lifts briefly SKITS ELENA on the line.
15 Become 58 That is, LYEST M I RTH LEO (July23-Aug. 22)1aware of in Latin
1 Dear, in (2 wds.) ODE I IE Ifyou're involved in
BORN LOSER BYARTAND CHIP SANSOM Venice H E E E L E something that is moving
17Consider DOWN AISLES SERE NA along well, don't upset the
rGOO> tIEMWS-1 W OR FIVE _A7 J A TICKER OF E-RE'STl )OLLAR 19Kin's 1 Roam N 0 IE P T applecart.
RuRED bO.LLAS WtTi 14 A ,PP-EC.CTIOW., TIE. TIC-4E-T COST partner 2 You said t! J8Want ad 38 Angles VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.
T LOTTET 23Slap the 3 Furniture letters 41 Courtyards 22) -Ventures that you;
'OU UGRT IA! 26 on movers 20"Peer Gynt" 43Toward the personally create, develop
TR- TICKET 26Klutz's 4 Moved dramatist future orcontrolha.veexcellent
~mutter 4Mo V 21aats 45 wnd or control have excellent
mutter ii gingerly 21'Giant 45Preowned
28 Life story, 5 Bruce of 22 Weeded 47Urn chances for success. This for short kung fu 23 Gandhi hdmophone is the day to back your
:29Envoy h"oh s-h a obc or
2 no 6 Koh-i- associate 48 Morse own horse instead of bet31 Swiftness ,(fame. .. .
33Scarett of (famed 24 A second signals ting on someone else's.
ar diamond) time 49 Amble or
CTara 7 Kayak 25Pub trot LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.
BIG NATE BY LINCOLN PIERCE 34 Filament cousin 27 Pipe down! 50 Urban 23) -You're more fortua_ .. .... co usit .,27P3ipedownll, 50 Urban.
soGAM. OT E'RN A C HERE YOU Go, GANG ar. Scale 29Place for trains nate than usual, in that
SO, GRAMP._\No-T 'dR NOT A COUPLE HER YOU Go, G-ANG .nt nuul-nta
s IT TOU AT oF NEWLYWEDS u INNE IS SERVED WELCOME amts. hay 51 Towel word ou have several people
BEING APART ALL- KNOW WE'VE SEEN TO MY' LORDY, : 36 Wagon 9 Allow 30 Soft lid 520ver and
FROM GRAM APART SEFORE I' A NISGT- MISS ThE tran puller 3 S ,, pulling for you whomyou
FORA FEW I BIG BOY! I CAN MARE. WOMAN Quait 10 Last year's 32 Exodus over
AYS HANDLE ITn jrs. hero $Kenya's may not even be aware of.
HADL I-F Ir .. .r hero 6"3Keny'
".-40. lodging.... i i .. 11, Ballet step 34Agents oc. They'llprovidesomethin
4 FuacSsh 12 Victor percentage 54 Fifi's you couldn't have gotten
42"-Lia. 1Company 37 Brown ,boyfriend on your own.
-.44 Ba s VIP shade SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nqv.
'Cec.otWant more puzzles? 22) -You've just entered
Check out the "Just Right'Crossword Puzzles" books a cycle where, with a little
SOUP TO NUTZ BY RICKSTROMOSKI at.QulllDriverBooks.com extra effort, you can make
2 3 4 7 8 9 10 yOur hopes a reality. Stop
sitting on your expectae G1Va1T PA1 a2 r'I -ticns and start doing
Bi.,Pa9 FReseNT So =
MTS IT OUR THINkING T ''- something to realize them.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23is Dec. 21) -Whenitcomes
S2to a commercial negotia719 20 21 22 tion,, don't be reluctant to
23 24 25 26 27 28 ask for the moon.
Sr : _CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
233 32 19) -It's time to view an
FRANK & ERNEST BY BOB THAVES 334important arrangement
I,. I.ON'T FOTNER IIM from a different afigle.
O36 39 AQUARUI 41 (an., 20-Feb..
/ '" O!F TNK ~" 40 41 42... 43.19) -Someirportant
.1 OF -T- IRONi. changes are transpiring
[ 44 45 46 47 48 49 5 that arelikely to be advan,_ .tageous -foryour career.
51 ~ 5 535PISCES (Feb. 20-March ..sose20) -You could be unusu7,1 ally lucky when it comes to
..partnerships. Several alliGRIZZWELLS BY BILL SCHORR r aces will prove beneficial
7-11 @ 2013 UFS, Dist. by Universal Uclickfor UFS and educational.
P F, rok 'L ,,.K I 5 5L10 E r( b ,t : S. LE T ME, T 'ARIES (March 21-April
(bbl LIV y S2, \k\T MATE TE bk\2ZL15 WIqAly
1NCAME AND oY~A ~ Q~floN AFTER CELEBRITY CIPHER 19) -Though you mayi
PUiHMNT}o *':"T by Luis Campos have been experiencing
//;AY Ro MoR~.. ~ Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotationris by famous people past and present trouble in y r social life '" rf l Ye r i' 'd Each letter in the cilpherstands for another, .
,s .lately, your material affairs KTYMY'J XBKTSXD FMBXD FSKT willcontinuetogo well.
N T. ... .,TAURUS (April 20-May
.P.Y .PYSX.D J TNW W B, FN J W B X D NJ ABC M Y 20)-_ Imprtantpersonal
i-I " ..S.S....... K..,, m atters can be advancedif
you are bold and assert
ARL JANIS BYIMMY JOHNSON z sw rather than laid-back.
DOW. VET.ATPRO.LEM. O WETRTWRITE TIGHT 1THATS Of T OTAOT WrO GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
SCON ~ HERE. AT "ALO ADA O ECEARILY. GUW HEADED Your material prospects
BETWAEA AloTkOto AeTAy eno EA
;'D DIALOqE Er Previous Solution "Originality is the fine art of remembering what you hear but k to be very encouragAQ D DA "g loo toi b '... TDYSCU:-4s~b ents y aencwit oe
......A ''forgetting whIere you heard it."- LaurenceJ. Peter ing, especially in arrange-.
,b,'TODAY'S CLUE: slenba3 ments you share with one.
Q,)o.. 2013 by NEA, Inc., dist. by Universal Uclick 7-11 or more people.


Annie's ailbox

ALLEY OOP BY JACK AND CAROLE BENDER Dear Annie: My husband and I recently and you were smart not to pick a fight
IF YOU TWO ARE THAT FINE! WE'RE DONE LIFE IT SURE IS traveled with another couple to a dif- with these belligerent folks.
PINIS4ED HER, M 0E9O YOUR WAY! 1 GOOD, 475R U
14OUGHT WE CILL GO MAKE SURE SN'T IT WOULD AGREE
DA P MCEC, ALLEYD dti IS OKA JLI I H E rent city for a sporting event. The area
NAVE ALL G Y! ALLEY HOUGH here we stayed hd a shuttle bus to take Dear Annie: I disagree with your reE 1us to the ballgame. sponge to "Rejected," whose wife spends
ouozAfter the game, our husbands walked her time online or with her widowed
ahead of us, and my friend and I were mother instead of in the bedroom. talking and didn't realize that we were If this had been a woman writing about not walking toward the shuttle bus. By her husband, your fist reaction would the time we noticed, about 10 people have been to suggest an affair. I think thi wereJnline between our husbands and explains everything. My ex used to do the ',..-' 'us. We said, "Excuse me and tried to get same thing when, she "visited her aunt.":
OTY BYJIM MEDDICK .--to our husbands,A and at least four people .I found out when I saw an envelope'ad. /r"'-'" ";; a' c o i. started creaming, "Who do you think dressed to a P.O.iBox and read about her
/ *- *you are trying tocut the line? You New sexual exploits, She is probably staying
-Yorkers just push ahead of everybody." with him so she won't have to give him
My friend and I just stood there be- money in a divorce. Cause we didn't want to get into an argu- BEEN THERE AND HAD IT
ment. What should we have done? DONE TO ME
JUDY
Dear Been: You could be right. However,
Dear Judy* It mighthave helped if he said they have been married for 34 you had simply said, "So sorry! Please years. For many women, sex aftermenoTHAT A BABY BY PAUL TRAP excuse us. We need to catch up to our pause becomes a miserable chore or
husbands," and then called to the men even a painful experience. We wouldn't
;=- F so they could confirm. But people are rule out an affair, but we think it's more
"4r+:rk situaon,,c,-n not obligated to let you pass them in line, likely she's simply avoiding intimacy.



In this example deal, South is in four spades.
The defenders start with two rounds of hearts. North 07-1-13
How should South continue? 4 K 9 6
North's sequence showed a game-invitation- 9 4
KIT'N CARLYLE BY LARRYWRIGHT HERMAN BY JIM HUNGER alhand with exactly three spades. Although A 7 3 2
South had only 12 high-card points, his sec- 6 K J 5 4
cocomtccom kitncarlyle@combastnet ondary club fit made his hand worth game. West East
cE'1-"rI1J f ,,' Declarer has 10 winners: five spades, two 47 5 4 2 4 3
,., .W- --'diamonds and three clubs. And iftrumps V. K QJ 72 VA 10 8 5 3
\5 #61 are breaking 3-2, itwillbeeasytotakethose J 6< Q 10,9
AJA ff #"Ag. ----- tricks. So South should wonder about a 4-1 8 3 S A 7 6 2
CtD ...Spade split.Sot
To see why this is important, suppose de- A Q J 10 8
- arer trumps the second round of hearts and V 6
~break, he will have to stop and shift to clubs.
..il But ifEast ducks the first roundtakes the sec- 6 Q 10 9

r ond, and gives West a club ruff, the defenders Dealer: South
{-: ~will get a diamond trick for down one. Vulnerable: Both
S Since South is doomed to lose one diamond
-whatever happens, he should be happy toSot WetNrh Es
concede it attrick two, discarding a diamond 14 Pass 2 4 Pass
/ 1-1 p v .u ss mnan o.. uo.u.. .. , third heart is played, declarer can ruff in the 44 Pass Pass Pass
S'"It's the results of that cooking dummy, keeping his five trumps intact. He
@2013 UFS, Inc. competition. You've been can draw trumps, knock out the club ace and Opening lead: V K
Distributed by Universal Uclick for UFs awarded a 'black belt.'" claim. I
I-




4 B Thursday, July 11,2013 Jackson County Floridan CL ASSIFIEDS www.JCFLORIDAN.com

WIREGRASS CLASSIFIED U Pick or We Pick R .
M ARK TPLACEts(We Field Look ahead to our
James Bedsole 4 future! Start training
SF R TIS for a new career in
334-886 2291 FT Medical Assisting,
r JCOLLEGE Medical Office Admin.,
Registered Jack Russell or 334-726-5 95 Pharmacy Technology,
GENERAL & SPC puppies $300 (one male CLO O S NElectrical Trades & HVAC!
rough coat and one male CLOSED ON SUNDAY Call Fortis College 888-202-4813
SELF SO Gbroke coat) must see. For consumer info: visit www.fortis.edu
Call (850) 762-8657 S I
CJall 677080 Slw P Pis

f Sa TREES TREES
., I ..^TREES

n 12 ft.tal 30 gal. HOLLY HILL APARTMENTS
Dainy 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments
s s ai b e ,t o sM o n t h ly re n t fro m $ 5 8 2 + u t ilitie s
$D69.95LS buy 2 Rental Assistance for Qualified Applicants
patty.. n Ap in ql get one FREE For Rental Info & Applications
JuhE A 2ELive Oaks, Crape Myrtle Holly Hill Apartments
v Located at: 4414 Holly Hill Drive, Marianna
U-p Peas Cherry Laurel & Magnolias Mon-Fri, 9:00 A-5:0PM
YARD&ESTA( By appointmentTDD #1-800-955-8771)
and By appointment Equal Housing Opportunity Provider & Employer
Tomatoes 4 334-692-3695 t
DOWN SIZING! antiques & collectibles -2 -a
Marked "BC" 30 % discount of funtiure, 4 334-792-4775 APARTMENTSUNFUR.ISHE
40% discount on mnisc. See at Backyard WATE -................ FAR=M & GRDEN ;.
Treasure 2331 Ross Clark Circle. FRS IRDE one bedroom apartment for rent
ug n Hardwood i2941 Green St, Marianna.
Storage Auction Cructhfield Ministorage $490 month 1 yr. lease $400 dep.
922 White Avenue, Graceville. 16 Units to be ,p i Call Joanne 850-693-0570
sold at auction July 11, 2013 at 4:30 pm. FAp __CsHTngOUINUNSE
All Sales Final 850-263-3223
STPe Rie 1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna
TIUom toeS, 2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own
Lot rent included. For details
S Sweet corn, 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4w
cucumbers, Sqaush, i o ta
okra, peppers, [$9. mi. S; M
cabbage, & Zucchini 2BR IBA House for rent,.
Open Mon-Sat ( 7-6) .RNPT .O & LOISTICS Safe neighborhood, $500/mo + dep.
Opn M) 850-482-8196 OR 850-209-1301
334792-6362. 4 Director of IT 2SR/2BA Duplex 2152 Lovers Ln. $450. mo.
Shelton Trucking Service Inc. $450. dep. Grand Ridge + Call 850-592-5571
Payo ui J PRO~U WE I UlICi 3BR/1BA, 2643 Faney St. Cottondale.
o e ri ,The Director of IT Information Technology will CH&A No Pets, $600 Mo. + $400 Dep.
Count Road 75 Sbe responsible for managing the (850) 352-4222 or 850-557-4513
wt goo dow p mBcompany's IT Infrastructure and 805 2 r5 5
Applications ensuring the stable operation of 2 cargag
the firm's IT Operation. This includes fenced back yd. $850 mo. + dep.
developing, maintaining, supporting, and 850-579-4317 & 50-861965 Avl. w
FrozenGreen optimizing key functional areas, particularly
Janitorial Business for sale F G ERP applications and reporting, network Austin Tyler & Co
infrastructure, data communications, and Quality Homes & Apartments
Equipment, training and 60K Peanuts telecommunications systems. This role will 4 850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com
annual gross $19,500 We also have also be responsible for development of strong "Property Management Is Our ONLY Business"
504-915-1474 shelled peanuts vendor partnerships and the House for Rent: 3BR/2BA Hwy 71 South in
504015-1474 implementation of best practices to ensure Marianna, FL No Pets. $650. Mo. + $650. Dep.
850-352-2199 that performance (availability, scalability, Call 850-482-4400
850-209-3322 or 8S0-573-6594 reliability) and security requirements are met.
1 28 H]y21_____________4128 Hw 231 Required Experience
CLO IN & A e Computer science degree or comparable 2/2 locatedin Sneads $350. mo
work experience 850-573-0308 4
Want to save time on your Hendrix *IBM AS/400 experience a plus. *
sopn exerien-e Fa2 & 3BR MobileHomes in Cottondale.
shopping experience? iFarm Sdllsets: NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month
Ever wish you could have clothes picked ..$3.;S- $kiilset:
Ever wish you could have clothes picked 'Prod ce OS: IBM AS/400 (Primary), MS Windows Roomate situation also available.'
out for you as soon as your walk'in your (Secondary) 850-258-1594 Leave Message I
favorite store? Have you ever wanted help Basic network knowledge of networks and
finding that unique vintage dress or antique Now Open Hwy. 52 Slocomb network systems o n2 &3t nMobile Homes
piece of furniture? I CAN HELP.When people General knowledge of Active Directory, R & ob H s
have asked about passion the first and only U-Pick or We-Pick Tomatoes DNS, DHCP, etc. in Maanna209-8595
thing that would come to mindlis shopping. U'PIIk o /wr l, WePc o aos DNDCec
thing that would come to mind is shopping. Maintain PCs, printers, thin clients, and
can do what I love & help others in the servers I 3/2 Db Wd.MbileHme(b itsel
process. Rates are $15/hr for a personal Call Today 334-726-7646 Administers and supports Anti-virus 3 D W. d
shopper and $25 finder's fee for vintage solutions for desktops on quiet lot in Sneads. 850-209-8595
clothing and furniture. After a short get to 4 Excellent problem solving and
know you session, I can assist in making 'robehotroubleshooting skills
your shoppingexperience not only a Hewett Farms* Experience in troubleshooting current
0s Experience, inrt L troblsh otig uren
memorable one but a painless one. Email Peas, Squash Microsoft operating systems and Office
bellezshop47@yahoo.com for more info. al es, applications a
cucumbers,
EXRCS EQUIP T pickles, okra Please contact 850-762-3201(Local) or Quiet, well maintained Park, Water/sewer/
forklefoooragarbage/lawn included. 3/2 $575.
Bowflex Extreme 2SE: Barely used, must Off hwy 90 between Cypress 800 877 3201(Long Distance) for info on also 2/1 Brick Duplex $600. w/carport
sacrifice, $700 OBO. Horizon, Evolve Compact application or e-mail resume to 4 Joyce Riley RE 850-209-7825 4
Treadmill, works great $150. Ab Coaster (for & Grand Ridge on Mayo Rd. jtomlinson@sheltontrucking.comseY
that 6 pack) like new, $100. Call 334-685-3202 Bob Hewet Must pass drug screen. If You Have It and Don't Need It
HELTH_____I__0 y H eet Shelton Trucking is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Sell it in the CLASSIFIEDS
850-592-4156 "__' DIABETIC TEST STRIPS or 850-899-8709
NEEDED I BUY SEALED/
UNEXPIRED BOXES Now O J F G R FL
CALL BOB (334) 219-4697 Ui a a Ppr
OR (850) 710-0189 I *
~SNELL FARMS SKIPPERVILLE AL g Shelled Pea's Butter Beans Okra
Wanted: Old Coins, Gold, Tomatoes Watermelons
Diamonds, Guns, And Tools Boat Trailer: 14-20' galv. $450. 850-482-2636 Table: 4 chair, wood $40 850-592-2881
West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440. een uts Buffet: $175; Curio Cabinet $125; Hand Stitched Tires: (4) Michelin Radial, 245/65/R17, cross
Retail or Wholesale Queen Ouilt $200 Txt 850-272-6903 for pics. terrain. $40 all. Call 850-592-3261
Gen e: ahoe Diesel Genertor Call 334-733-6489 or 334-733-6490 Camera: Pentax 35mm $250. 850-352-2040 Wedding Supplies Gold Overlays (25) $40; VoGenerator: Tahoe Diesel Generator Coin & Stamp Collection $95; Antique Desk $25 tive Candle Holders (60) $40 OBO 334-432-5334
TPI7000LXH. New, never Used. Remote start The Classifieds ,-= Antique Rocker $25; Giospel Tapes $5 2631039
single cylinder vertical four stroke air cooled *** Antioue R or 25 80o$150.T850-482263 100
direct injection. $2,000. Call 251-254-0093 Exterior metal door 36x80 $150 850-482-2636 Window 29x30,Dbl Pane, $100. 850-482-2636
Hadley Air Horns $100. 850-352-2040 Window 63wx36h Dbl Pane, $175. 850-482-2636
r ******* A**** *******
ANNE'S DAYLILIES Sudoku
827 S. APPLETREE ST
."Dothan, Daylilies ($1- up)
334-792-0653 or 334-797-9657 Level:
Free Perennial with purchase! mm
L ........... ..
L artadab.Shop. q.ipment.r r Complete the grid so each row, column and

I ntr nnrn ,.~ ~- 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contains every digit
M 5 1 to 9. For strategies on how to solve Sudoku,
STOP GNAT, FLY, &. MOSQUITO BITES! )
Buy Swamp Gator Natural -I visit www.sudoku.org.uk.
Insect RepellentI 73
Family and Pet Safe -I Solution to Wednesday's puzzle
Available at The Home Depot 8 2 4 2 1 3 8 9 5
A, 6 3 8 2 421389576
Organ: Wurlitzer Model: 575T. 2x44 Note key- 9 5 8 6 2 7 1 3 4
boards, 13 pedals with sustain memoryorbit
synthesizer, Leslie orchestral presence. $500 3 6 7 3 4 .1 5 9 8 2
obo. 334-685-3202

PSA 1 9 8 6 185792643
_- - - -- 794163825

AKC English Bulldog: Beautiful 1 yr old male, 2 5 2 3 6 5 4 8 7 9 1
red brindle color, current shotsand wormed,
very sweet & healthy, house trained. $1,950
OBO. Call 334-735-2957 6 9542976318
Bulldog Puppies- English, Male and female for 3 1 7 8 5 4 2 6 9
adoption. Contact me if you are willing to have
them at q.w120@yahoo.com 8 8 6 9 2 3 1 4 5 7
German Shepherd Puppies AKC, 4 males
Parents on site. Shots and wormed. Black and 2013 The Mepham Group. Distributed by Tribune Media Services. All rights reserved. 7/11/13
_Tan $350 Call 334-393-7284 or 334-806-5851





www.JCFLORIDAN.com C LASSIFIEDS Jackson County Floridan Thursday, July 11, 2013-5 BIF


West Wight Potter Cuddy Cabin Sail Boat Toyota 2012 Corolla, Save Fuel! Great fuel mile- TA ANGLE OF 20S5535", A RADIUS DISTANCE OF WATERFRONT 15ft with 3.3 mariner out board, trailer with age, under factory warranty, all power, AC, 3769.83 FEET, AND AN ARC LENGTH OF 192.55
new tires, custom boat cover. Motor needs PW, PDL, AT, CD. $300 down, $300 per month. FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. 2BR/l.SBA Townhome on Merritt's Mill Pond. carb repair $2500. 334-441-5090. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. Parcel Identification Number:
Marrianna. New roof, carpet and dock. Beauti- I
ful view of Water!! $115,900 Call 850-693-9540 0- MOOR 0 & RS MOTRCYC-LES 02-6N-12-0000-0330-0010
Mobile Home on 5 Acres: 2BR/1BA well, septice 1999 35ft Pace Arrow: Ford V1O, new front-in 2002 Harley Davidson has been filed against you, and you are retank, fixer upper on paved road near Marianna. with michilin tires, very clean, lots of storage, I Ultra Classic Electra Glide. quired to serve a copy of your written defens$25,000. Call 850-482-8333 or 850-209-4936 private bedroom, dual AC with generator, mi- Custom purple/black es, if any, to it on Garth D. Bonney, Esq., whose
-. crowave. $13,900. Call 334-793-3494 or 334-333- paint. Loaded. Bike is address is Post Office Box 737, Panama City,
1r91 $13,900. C Chromed out. Garaged. Florida 32402, on or before July 30 2013 and
: 1291 ivW
14,750 miles. In excellent file the original with the clerk of this court elcondition. Call 334-792-8701 or 714-4548. ther before service on Plaintiff's attorney or '''IO200 immediately thereafter, otherwise a default
HDRANSPORT-88 will be entered against you for the relief deLots of upgrades &gear' manded in the Complaint.
Golf Cart electric, white i oora edATQE&CASCVHCE
bought new 10-2012, like new cond. mfr. i Black/chrome, 3k miles, all DATED this'20th day of June, 2013
Alumacar USA comes with trailer, paid $5900. Ford 1968 Mustang: emerald green, only 131k H gear (men's Ig/XL and
asking $4650. 334-703-3611. miles, 289 4 barrel automatic, rebuilt motor Z ladies' med/Ig jackets,
andchaps, helmets, rain suits, DALE RABON GUTHRIE
anitanmis$6,000 OBO Call 334-733-0106 HD upgrades (aux lights, saddle bags, comfort Clerk of the Circuit Court
seat, chrome engine guard, passenger back1985 Gambler 17ft Bass Boat with a year 2002 AUTOS FR S.AL rest. $5,100. Great bike, greatly, loved, great
Evinrude 115HP Motor- Includes Depth Finder DEAL! Call Sam 334-790-3307 By: Zac Hatcher
and Trolling Motor. Equipped with CD 2010 Chevrolet Camaro 2 p__ ___ Harley Davidson 2003, Deputy Clerk
player/Radio 2 live wells, and life-vests. Re- S5 Coupe V8, RS package100 Anniversary Edition, LF160173
cently had new carpet installed and professio- Dual exhaust polished Aersary ditio lassic,
nally painted. Storage Cover Included. Trailer is P stainless steel tips, rear black w/lots of chrome, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL
in great condition! $3400 OBO. Contact 334- spoiler, high intensity halo- straight pipes, many CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY,
372-1019 or 334-482-1172 for more info. gen headlamps, running lamps, ultrasonic rear X-tras, 57K miles, $8,500 FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION
parking assist, am/fm stereo, satellite radio, Firm 229-321-9625 CASE NO. 32-2012-CA-000581
1986 Bayliner Contessa Boston premium acoustic sound system, leath2850 with Volvo 260hp I/O er sport bucket seats, elite alum. wheels. Only Honda 1100 Shadow 26,000 miles. windshield, BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
engine. Excellent condition 13,000 mr. Exc. condition. $28,900. 334-797-0987 saddle bags, floor boards lots of extras, nice Plaintiff,
with low engine hours. 1 Ei k 9 97 bike $3500. 334-406-2306
There have only been two Custom, loaded, cold air, SPORT__ _UTIlLITY VS.
owners. No trailer but have a friend with one ltkm le d co di ,
who will negotiate transport separately if w tires, 79,000 mile Suzuki 2006 Grand Vitara 125K miles, good EDE LYNNETTE BONIN; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
needed. "U" shaped dinette, stand up head, $ike new condition, d at little ca ct SUV $6500 EDE LYNNETTE BONIN; UNKNOWN PERSON(S).
hanging lockers & plenty of storage,-private $3874. Call 334-790-7959. con IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY;
cabin w/queen size bed, Bomar hatches & lots Chevrolet 2012 Impala LT, factory warranty, Defendants.
of beautiful teak wood. $9,000. 334-687-8507 like new, $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE1SALE
llis334-714-0028. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
2003 Triton V 176 Magnum: alum hull, with Ford 2004 F150 long bed 108K miles, nice truck,
115H Mercury motor, trolling motor, excellent CHEVY 1995 CAPRICE-Clean, runs great, cold well taken care of with tool box. $7500. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final condition, $9,500. Call 254-394-6703 air, fully loaded $3,300 OBO 334-740-0229 334-406-2306. Judgment of Foreclosure dated June 17, 2013,
Astro 1989 18ft Boa: Aluminum hull, with Dodge Ram 15Q0 2007 SLT quad cab 4x2 HEMI / and entered in Case No. 32-2012-CA-000581, of
trailer, 1998 Mercury engine, 115HP, 2 electric 5.7 V8 engine, anti theft, tilt steering, low the Circuit Court of the 14th Judicial Circuit in
taor, fron aner, ngine fsh et dr mi l, vand for JACKSON County, Florida. BANK OF anchors, front and rear, ew fish/depth finder, miles, very clean, power drivers seat, rear slid- For sal by Owner AMERICA, N.A. is Plaintiff and EDE-LYNNETTE
2 new batteries, plenty of storage, live well, ing window, bed liner, towing pack. Loaded. 2006 Pontiac Montana SV6, BONIN; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF EDE LYNNETTE
new trolling motor. Excellent fishing boat! $18,500. 334-475-6309. 88K miles, 7 passenger BONIN; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN POSSESSION
$3,500 Call 334-445-1616 '" DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE? sliding power door, rail OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; are defendants. I
Blue Fin Bass 199A Elimator All Aluminum Bass GOT BAD CREDIT? guards, back-up assist, will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash
Boat, 50 HP force engine, galvanized trailer- Pass Repo pass bankruptcy front/rear CD/MP3, DVD w/remote, fabric w/4 at THE NORTH DOOR, AT 4445 LAFAYETTE
new tires, all in very good condition, 2 live well slow credit ok captain seats. Maintained w/most service STREET, MARIANNA IN JACKSON COUNTY,
boxes, 4 new seats, new Humminbird fish find- $0 Down/Ist Payment, records. 60-75% tread. $5,900 334-790-6621 FLORIDA 32446, at 11:00 A.M., on the 8th day of
er $3,995 OBO 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998 Tax, Tag & Title August, 2013, the following described property
er $,99 OB 82-83-134 o 82-421-098 Tx, ag Tile ANTD ATOSas set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
Cobra 1996, 16ft, 55HP Johnson, power trim, i Ask about 575. monthly FREE GAS assetorth___saidinal__ugmenttowit
anchor, trolling motor, depth finder on a Cobra GIVE AWAY 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF LOT 4, BLOCK 16, UNIT #2, WEST MANOR SUBtrailer, $4,500 334-232-4610 Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 YOUR TOWING NEEDS! DIVISION, IN JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
ALSO: THE EAST 2 FEET OF THE FOLLOWING
G3 20ft. 2006 Pontoon Boat 90 Evinrude E-Tec. Infiniti 2012 G37: 23k miles, fully loaded, blue "Ah tI 4 r. W'or 7a p DESCRIBED PROPERTY: 110. hrs. fish finder, new batteries, trailer, cov- with beige leather interior, navigation system, er, bimini top, changing area w/ porta potty, XM radio, heated seats, alloy wheels, sunroof, AUTO BODY&, RECYCLIN COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
very good cond. $12,500. 850-258-3148. one owner, regular maintenance and serviced. PAYINO TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNIK CARS LOT 3, BLOCK 16, WEST MANOR UNIT #2, AS
Javelin 1994 17ft., Fish/Ski, 150 Fast Strike $32,000 Call 334-355-1426 Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 PER PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
4 PAGE 30, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF JACKJohnson, 12/24 Trolling Motor w/on Board Nissan 2010 Frontier, X cab, low miles, must SON COUNTY, FLORIDA:
Charger, Humminbird Depth/Fish Finder, sell! $200 down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis CASH Guaranteed CD/Radio, Garage Kept, $6,200 OBO 334-695- 334-714-0028. Highest prices paid for Junk, old Farming THENCE S. 00 DEGREES 06 MINUTES 00 SEC3609 Nissan 2012 Sentra, still under factory Warran- Equipment, Tractors, Semi Junk Cars ONDS W. ALONG THE EASTERLY LINE OF SAID
Pontoon Boat-24 ft., with trailer, Evinrude 85 ty. Great gas mileage, real nice car. $300 down, Nothing to big, nothing to small LOT 3, A DISTANCE OF 29.6 FEET TO THE POINT HP m n s e 0 7 0 o COF BEGINNING: THENCE N. 89 DEGREES 54 MiHP motor, new fish finder, $3200 229-334-4172, $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791- NUTES 00 SECONDS, 3.0 FEET; THENCE 00 DE334-695-3767 8243. GREES 06 MINUTES 00 SECONDS W., 22.5 FEET.
THENCE S. 89 DEGREES 54 MINUTES 00 SEC- ..ONDS E., 3.0 FEET TO SAID EASTERLY LINE;
THENCE N. 00 DEGREES 06 MINUTES 00 SECS-- ONDS E., 22.5 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN* .NING.
Ru n o A person claiming an interest in the surplus
- owner as of the date of the lis pendens must
"file a claim within 60 days after the sale.

S . Dated this 17th day of June, 2013.
I H-_ NY WORKERSTREESERVICE /s/DALE RABON GUTHRIE

SG& 'As Clerk of said Court
Dg N" tLF*63O IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE By/s/Tm my Bailey
PU SERVICE h -RCL FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT As Deputy Clerk
PXUNTMN EK 0=8 IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY,
SEHTI E 0 REIN ASTATE OF FLORIDA This Notice is provided pursuant to Administra850.557.2924 I 394A 5 CASE NO.:13-535-CA tive Order No. 2.065 In accordance with the
C850.209.9373 AAmericans with the Disabilities Act, If you are a
CENTENNIAL BANK, as successor in interest person with a disability who needs any accomC-[T.IC.}LWEo]- SERVI OFFERED to COASTAL COMMUNITY BANK, modation in order to participate in this pro........................ Plaintiff, ceding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
L U isted, Elctral 24. vthe provision of certain assistance. Please
U limited, LLC -FWESLEY C. MILES, a/k/a WESLEY C. contact the ADA CoirynFor by mail at P.O.
I Tues, Thurs, Sat MILES, JR.; UNKNOWN TENANT #1 Box 1089, Panama City, Florida 12402 or by
Residential Electrica 4 and UNKNOWN TENANT #2, the names phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days
m- odels Service Work r IARK ET being fictitious to account for parties who before your scheduled court appearance, or
#ER13014408 IMsured h 7 /-noon/ ,may be in possession, immediately upon receiving this notification if
Oner -,, ,,-,, Defendants. the time before the scheduled appearance is
(850)272-2918 licky ess than seven (7) days. If you are hearing~impaired, please call 711.
NOTICE OF ACTION LF160174
S 5 r I TO: WESLEY C.MILES, NOTICE OF MEETING
House r 601" This Months Special a/k/a WESLEY C. MILES, JR.
I W. 10x12 WITH RAMP The Jackson County Board of County Commisand ifdeceased, their unknown heirs, devises, signers will meet the following dates in the
*9900grantees, creditors and :all other parties claim- Board Room of the Administration Building at ''35 Yeairs in Business ing by, through, under, or against them; and all 2864 Madison Street, Marianna, Florida.
WE Mive POTui BuInuN unknown natural persons if alive, and if dead
or not known to be dead or alive, their several Monday, July 15, 2013, 9:00 am-Budget Work[ *l4i i[ Ien-_ :.l: '* and respective unknown spouses, heirs, shop
________________________________devisees, grantees, and creditors, or other par- 0 Tuesday, July 16, 2013, 9:00 am-Budget
i P nrW his ties claiming by,.through, or under those un- Workshop
O C I Lweoea~LOIButler'~-' ---' -- = ;, known natural persons; and the several and re- 0 Wednesday, July 17, 2013, 9:00 am-Budget
M~logevopea5le spective unknown assigns, successors in inter- Workshop
COMMR 4864 Oogwood 0 Der.o CeaigAvial est, trustees, or any other person claiming by, Thursday, July 18, 2013, 9:00 am-Budget
CLEANING Manann.. FL32446 Tovre t.D Home,. through, under or against any corporation or Workshop
Cleaning Is Our Obsess on (850) 728-3832 ,'.. ... .. "other legal entity named as the defendants; Monday, July 22, 2013, 9:00 am- Budget
............................................... ;r ...n.e.........o..and all claimants, persons or parties, natural or Workshop
3]]wwwocd-commercoalcle~n g cord~mrcacenno~a' ~ 0. (86) &INSU3 C. 50) 5098441. corporate, or whose exact legal status is un, Tuesday, July 23, 2013, 9:00 am-Budget known, claiming under any of the above named Workshop
I ]il~i i -%'.ll [ 1or described defendants or parties claiming to 0 Tuesday, July 23, 2013, 5:00 pm-Compass
have any right, title, or interest in or to the *Lake in the Hills MSTU Budget Hearing S V RPR SU IW HNG lands hereinafter described, Tuesday, July 23, 2013, 6:00 pmo-Regular
Trolling Motor Repair Board Meeting
Bans idwak-ec YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a 0 Wednesday, July 24, 2013, 9:00 am Budget
Affordable Service! Fast Repair! i ju'irantee mortgage on the following property: Workshop
MotCss ekTunrud OMNEATA XSIN RNRO AK Thursday, July 25, 2013, 9:00 am-Special
MostCass 1Wee Turarond."',, ; ''t' OMMNCE T A EXSTIG IRN RD MRK- Meeting to set proposed tentative millage,
Servicing Minn Kota & Motorguide. __5 ~ 6 9 4~ING THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTH- rolled-back rate, and date, time, and place of
850-272-5305 : ........ AST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER tentative budget hearing for Jackson County
____________________ OF SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 6 NORTH, RANGE 12
] I; U[] ds]WES;T, JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDA; THENCE Other matters may be addressed as presented.
________________________________S0020'00"W A DISTANCE OF 1364.08 FEET; SAffordable Lavwn C are THENCE N8940'00W, 57.42 FEET TO A SET IRON In accordance with the AmericAns with DisabilN EW U ID T RESLow Overhead=Low Prices ROD PSM NO. 6111 MARKING A POINT ON THE. ties Act, persons needing a special accommoSOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF'STATE dation to participate in this meeting should
850-263-3813 850-849-1175 ROAD NO. 2; THENCE ALONG SAID ROAD RIGHT contact the Administrator's assistant no later
/ ;,:, ,,,:,)' OF WAY ON A CURVE CONCAVE TOWARDS THE than 5 days prior to the meeting. The AdminisT-1:LEF_ 3o48'05'', A RADIUS DISTANCE OF 3769.83 FEET, Madison Street; Marianna, FL, 32448, (850) 482II :,,..II iAND AN ARC LENGTH OF 250.12 FEET TO A SET 9633,,or (800) 955-8771 (TDD).

J ____________________________THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE DEPARTING
SAID SOUTH LINE ON A BEARING OF
HAPPY $11510'43"W, 150.80 FEET TO A SET IRON

f1II'L l .lfl196.99 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD/CAP PSM'NO.
85.2.70WE'LL BEAT ANY PRICE!! 6111 ON THE EAsTERLY LINE OF A 20 FOOT i d I
850.526.1700 i r'SalJb ECM DRAINAGE EASEMENT; THENCE ALONG SAID
Hours: Mon-Fri 7-5 o Sat 7-1 lgr mmJosWLOEEASEMENT ON A BEARING OF N32O5'01"W,Fi2 d I

611;TNC N0255'56" W ALONG SAIDEASE II/I1 g Mo.iz TANCE OF 98.19 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD/CAP
IA- :..,., D"B eautification of Your Home" PSM NO. 6111 ON THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF .'mno4@mai: omFurniture Repair & Refinishing THENCE ALONG SAID ROAD ON A BEARING OF ".T,- '.,
-/ cm~nij @mal'r General Repairs,~ Insured S8001'32"E, 161.21 FEET TO A 4 X 4 FDOT CON- --" "All All Appliances CRETE MONUMENT MARKING THE P.C. OF A
SaeDaAet a Srie CURVE; THENCE EASTERLY ALONG A CURVE IN THE
____ meD_____ x___ Do____ erie CONCAVE TO THE SOUTH AND HAVING ADEL- CLASSl FE EDSL




71613 THURSDAY, JULY 11.2013 AUTO R rCING JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN wwwjcfloridan.com



QUESTIONS & ATTITUDE
Compelling',qqestions.
and maybe a few actual answers


W



SPEED FREAKS ..4.
A couple of questions we
justhad to ask ourselves B don

B L IOOM Doingg a o1ihltli etrta doing little

wihalot. Or so they say.

kEAA-irst half iiurt Busch?
After Daytona 's040miler signaled the end Eof this season's first half, you could definitely
NewsJouralV NOTA- EWMN make the case for Kurt. For him to be sitting
Thas o ninth in points, drivingfor a team owned by a

Where does Jimmie Foodies havea,nw.racing hero Ryan Newman. they had me get down on the ground for the camera man named Barney (no offense, Mr. Visser) and
on the Anytime Newman scores a top-lO Cup Series finish, shot, but they had green screens. They had some male headquartered inColorado (nooffense, Mile
Johnsonft those in the know get a free Bloomin' Onion at Outback gymnast do it. I don't know who it was. I didn't want to be Highers), it's easily the first half's.biggest overOf gr'ea drivers? Steakhouse on the Monday following the race, there when he did it." achievement.
GOl SEA. Let's call it '14 He made a lot of folks happy by finishing 10th in the Stewart said he doesn't look at scripts'until he gets t', t K
"Jimmie Rising. He likely has Coke Zero 400 on Saturday night at Daytona. Outback on the set. This script threw him for a loop. But will it translate to Ku rt retunito
five more super-productive says the chain has served up nearly 200,000 free "I get there and I'm starting to read the scripts and it 'a marquee team?
yearsso he has the potential onion orders since the program started in 2012. is saying, 'Tony is getting on an exercise bike, he's doing Maybe not. in the highflying days before
to catch David Pearson's In certain circles the driver of the No. 39 the splits' and I'm like, 'Which Tony is doing this by the the Endless Recession, there were so nany
105-win t tatI and get to seven Chevrolet is known as "Bloomin' Newman." way? Is there another Tony?'" big-time team sponsors out there, Kurt would
-titles Maybe. What did Stewart take away from the experience? certainly get another chance, based solely
KEN'SCALL: Never too early. Stewart's split "1 can't say that I have done a lot of (cookie) dunking," en his unquestioned drivingrability (and, of
I pu thim somewhere between In Tony Stewart's new television he said. "It's actually pretty good. It might start a new course, his sincere apology about past issues
RHichardPetty and Delna commercial for Mobile 1 motor oil, it looks trend now." and heartfelt desire to make thi right). But
Cowt'Prbably around sixth like he does a graceful split before dunking, corporation aren't lining up at the Hot Pass
or eighth right now. a cookie in a glass of soda. See ya, TNT gatethese days so it would take a team and
ying -Asked if he performed the split, TNT's "Summer Series" concludes this weekend "sponsor willing to take a shot Eventually, it'll
Howivill Stewart laughed and offered this insight at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with the Camping happen, but nothing is:a certainty anymore.
AustinDilon into the magic of video editing. World RV Sales 301 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Maybe he'll settle for trying to make Barney's
o3Let's make no mistakes race team a marquee outf it .
GOS'EA:,heoha -.Th wouastil bewo a down meavyegtar ii
GOP$PEAThe"No has ,! about it, if I got down there" ble network has one more year
been parked long enough. Let's, I wouldstill be down as the six-race link between heavyweight
getit out of the garage, blow there," he said With a broadcasters Fox and ESPN, which will Daytona Internaional Speedway President
t he c_,sto it and go rcing. laugh. "No, they did carry the final 17 races of the season. Joie Chitwood floated the idea last week -ile
KEN'S CAL not ask me to Will the 2014 season be TNT's discussing the track's renovation'proct. The
Thaen hnidt meouluraydo.that, last as a broadcast partner? NBC grass field inside thefront stretch is plenty big
Tg and ESPN are wrestling right now for enough, and there arecertainly enough seats,
ld be rights to the next NASCAR but for football its far from an ideal setup.
quite fine with it. contract, so enjoy ',However, the mere thought creates extra buzz
Kyle Petty's for the project so nice going, Mr. Chitwood.
commentary Humpy Wheeler would'be proud.
ONLNEEXTASwhile you ,
can. Ken Willis has been covering

co/asa NASCAR for The Daytona Beach
News-Journal for 27 years. Reach
Ja !faeoo~o4 i at-ken~willsn'sjrnl.com
AP/IMATItEW
T. THACKER "' ,:: ..
Along with the "
%A . I 1 I free Bloo min' E DO T EW E
Doins ou~ti NASCAOnion, it appears the soda is
Kellysat g ~e l w also on Ryan
Newman.,




r"4'
WHATISCINiTAR?
SPR~INT CUP-, Camping World RV.
Sales 301 AMBRS AN
SITE: Loudon, NAH
SCHEDULE. Friday, practice Maco Amroevs Ksy ahe
(Speed, 'noon), qualifying (Speed, IN' NE A PHR IK rboe oysane an hv
"3:40P.mn.). Saturday, practice, in the closing' NapW ofPS R thPICKSeo 00


'S~"~dwa (158 mle val))~rsj~e~h~irn tgodin. BIGGEST DISAPPOINTMENT top: t five finishes todtanrely' cn 4 / '














ISI....

a' i 4 4 ..'. 'EW .! O O A C
( 1:20 a) Pu r









2. calntwor ce rw ino.
tonaiavrk waat AesJua' ETO H O IE rgBf e IS N UT Mic ael c TawellnPo e






















I. DanaJ ~ ~ 4 oe obs&Lbs DPae
o; greenfl
1.48 "radleselwk 6 .el~es'irlcm JimeJhno ise7itryLn.