Jackson County Floridan


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Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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From staff reports County Sheriff's Office, video immediately let her leave whdn standing at the door when the been standing. He then left that
surveillance footage lends sup- she tried to rejoin her family on victim and her mother arrived, aisle, looked down it, andleft the
A local man has been charged port to the 10- another aisle of the store. When authorities said. He left the store without buying anything,
with lewd or lascivious molesta- year-old girl's she did get away from him, she: store, putting his purchase in his according to the complaint.
tion upon a child in connection account of what went to her mother and authori- truck, but thenwent back inside, Soon after, the footage showed,
with.an alleged incident at the happened. ties were called. She further de- according to the'complaint. the girl walked to the counter
Dollar General Store in Grand She told authori- scribed theman as wearing ared He walked down, the center with her mother, with her arms
Ridge earlier this month. Vnan- tties that she was and white shirt. aisle of the storeand then down cro d d overinghe chest
cio "Tio" Garciga-Alfonso, 69, standing in the When investigators reviewed the aisle here the child ws Jackson County SheriffLou Rob-
is accused of touching a young candy aisle when the surveillance footage, they standing, authorities reportsaidthat, whileobstructions
girl's breasts while the two were Garciga-Alfonso an older man with. saw the image of a man meeting He walked past her, down t made itimpossible to see exactly
in the store. greyhairandagrey that description already in the the end of the aisle, then turned what hapened investigators
According to the complaint beard grabbed her in the area of store before thegirl got there. He around and pause where sh found probable caue to believe
filed against him by the Jackson her chest, and that he would not had bought some items and was ad told investigators she ha the child's account of events.


public hearing Tuesday

The Jackson County School
Board on Montay rejected the
2013-14 budget as offered by
Superintendent Steve Benton, a
proposal that had included a sig-:
nificant increase in
B atone element of the
em tax rate. But inB
T the end, the board
sh ifted money
2 from a reserve
d S Bentones, o
So me of what he e
asked for, and arrived at a tenta-
tive budget. The package will un-
dergo further review at the only
on the matter, a session sched-
tled for next Tuesday, July 30 at
5:01 p.m.
The board tentatively set the .
etotal millage which is sepa-
rated into six elements t it n 36,
a slight decrease from last yeartn
rate of 6.40. The rate will mean
Sthat the board will not have to
announce a tta incre ase, which
ANGI EC 00K/FLORIDAN FILE PHOTO they would have had to do under
In this Floridan file photo, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson (left) and State Attorney Glenn Hess discuss SF research being conducted on-site at the Benton's budget. He proposed a
now-closed Arthur G.Dozier School for Boys, during a March 2013 press event in Marianna. miae rate of 7.49.
Benon had wanted at increase
total ellaen of hi miage ratepa

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lay projects such as building..
The Associated Press The uiversity's general counsel wrote "USF researchers are not at Dozier improvements and the purchase
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MondaytoSecretaryofStatelenDetner, wants touearththeremainsso nremains tontheir families tat the capital outlay element
:askipnghito reconsider his decision not be properlydisposed of.Ma nyo f the A spokesman for the secretary of state of the mieage be set at:150 mls
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identify a man they consider to
be aperson ofinterestinarecent e BY DEBORAH BUKHALTER man was alert and talking at
theft. dbuckhalter@jcflorindan.com the scene, but complained that
The Marianna Police Depart- he could not feel his lower ex-
ment says the rime occurred A Palm Harbor man suffered tremities, according the Jack-
Monday, July:15, at :Lt. Liquors, neck injuries at Blue Springs son County Parks and Recre-
located at 4254 Lafayette St. in Recreation Area Saturday after ation Director Chuck Hatcher.
Marianna. '! diving into shallow water from Hatcher and Roberts estimated
Law enforcement is asking the floatingdock there, accord- that he dove into an area where
for help in identifying a subject SM .. srEPH0roT ing to Jackson County Sheriff the water was only 2 to 3 feet
that can be seen in surveil- This composite image provided by the Marianna Police Department shows a Lou Roberts. deep.
lance video stills. The man is man law enforcement believes to be a person of interest in a recent theft. Charles E. Wilson, 23, was Hatcher and Roberts said that
a person of interest and is taken by ambulance to South- lifeguards went to Wilsoffs aid
wanted for questioning by the If anyone can identify the pers at 526i5000 or MPD at east Alabama Medjcal Center
police. subject, call Crime Stop- 526-3125. after the incident: The in.ured See NECKI Page 13A

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vroberts@jcfloridan.com fresh fruitsand vegetables grown y ocaarmers. fresh fruitsan vegetables grown by local farmers.
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Circulation Manager DenaOberski PanhandlePublicLibrary Cooperative System Job Cb on to 3 p.m.at he odlFree Car Wash for Senior Citizens 8 a.m.
doberski@jcfloridan'com Work GroupMeeting 9a.m. at 2862 Madison Career Trainingente, 472 U: to noon at Adane AutoParts, 4720 U.S.90 East,
St. in Marianna. Call 482-996. Learnobseeking/retentionskills sMarianna. Open to all seniors65and oder.Spon-
ONACTUS Spring/Summer Clothing SaleCa 01sor St Joseph Masonic Lodge No. 99
Telephone: 85026-3614 p.m. atSt. Anne Thrift Store, St. Anne Catholic loyabilit Worksho 18th White, Purdee and Spires Biennial
"Telepne:8 26-3614 Unempoyment" -z2:30 p.m anet the'arianna une-.. ....... -
Church in .Marianna. Call 482-37-34.. U n mploymn 2 p m t M a .:Reunion- July 26-28 at Citizen Lodgein Marianna.
FAX:850-482-4478 Stop Career Center,4636. U.S.90 in Marianna. Visit u
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com Oen ion --Noon to3 p aGoodwilareer EmploFloorida.com to register or call 718-0326. 8 . bowiing a.. to .mar dayattheo ;
: MailingAddre:ss ITraining Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn'a ., i.. ., ,. . . . -. ,.,:m ,,i, .o p .i .aaa y i. n,, ,
Ml Aos about and register free services. Call 526-0139. QuitSmoking Now Class/upport roup park with games, food and events/competitions;
P.O. Box520,Marianna, FL 32447 5:30 p.m. at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board and an evening Hawaiianluau with ceremonies and
StreetAddress: Sewing Circle- 1p.m. at Jackson County Senior Room. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by ex- talent shows. :
4403 Constitution Lane Citizen, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call smokers for those who want to become ex-smokers offerin a F
. MaCiannaii. onL n 48-2-508. tmselves Call is offering a Fre Hunter Safety Inter-
Marianna, FL32446 .net-Completion Course -8 a.m. to3 pm.at
Office Hours; Employability Workshop "Mock Interviewing" : Jackson County Habitat for Humanity Annual the Chipola College Firing Range, 302Calhoun
Weekdays,8 i- 2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop Career Gen- Corporate Meetingi 6 p.mat the Jackson Coun- Road, Marianna. Must complete theriternet course
W days, m er, 4636 U.S 90 in Marianna. Visit EmployFlorida. .ty Habitat Board Room, 4736 U.S.90, Marianna. : before class; bring a copy of the final report to class.
: MI nlSYOURPAP ? con to registr'or call 718-0326.' The purppseof the meting is to introduceofficers Firinal rortforrdes.~thave to betnotarized
0 'Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 and board members forthe.coming year, discuss Children under the age of 16 mustbe accompanied
You should receive yournewspaperno later pm.in the AA room of First United Methodist goals for 2013-2014a rogize thecitizens of by an adult. Bring pencil and paper to class. Visit
than 6a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Church, 2901 CaledoniaSt. in Marianna. Jackson County.who make the ministry successful. MyFWC.com/HunterSafety or call 850-265-3676.
Stion between 6 a.m.and noon. Tuesday to ing acovere dish and join inthefellowship. Cal 23rd Annual Andrew a nd Rebeca obb
Friday, and 7a.m. to 1a.m. on Sunday.T Ehe ENE'SDAY: JLY24 48'2-217. L Worley Reunion-9 a.m.at the Boifay, Ag Center,
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840).. CertifiedPi.e Burnr .Course 8- :30 a . Sixth Annual Summer Concert Seriesfeatur- U.S. 90 in Bonifay. All family members and friends
is published Tuesday through ersto 4:30 s nou u ing Dry Creek 7-9 p.m. at Madison 'Park in are invited to a tend~Bring a well-filled food basket
;is pubiishied Tuesdaythrough Friday.ind ,:,:o --..
Fri 4ay3 p.n. i+at th J .. "-ack-son' g lr Marianna This free event is presented by Jackson and family piGtures for a time of reminiscing and
Sundaymornings Periodial postage paid ConerenceCenter741,ennsylvania Avenue in .Cunty Park andRecreat iognd MainStreet fellowship Entetaim t is planned. Call 547-282
at Marianna, FL. : Marianna. Lean how to burn piles legally, safely Marianna' 263-4744or 2633072.-
.... and efficiently. Cost is$50, registration is required., ..
S Training conducted by the Florida Forest Service Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, .Women'sSelf-Defense Class -10 a.m to noon
abdR UF/PFASIExteNsi 4829620. 8-9 p.m, First United Methodist Curch, 2901Cale- at Williams Martial Arts 4421Constitution Lane in
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : :.' :'.donia St., Marianna, in the AA rodm.Attendaice Marianna. Instructor Alisha Jones will teach basic
SHoime deliy: $1123 permonth;$32.83 JacksnCounty Turist Development ci limitedto persons with a desire stop drinking; safety andpreventive techniques. Cost is $5per
Meetg thremonths;62.5 six m. a e u uspapers will ot be signed. p erson for females age 16 and older Call 850-899-
forthree monts;$62.05 forsix mronths;. Lafayette StMariana Call 482-8060. ' 611. ,
and:$123.45for oneyear.All prices include : ''.' '' .
applicable state and localtaxes. Mail lch An ouspen Y, 6 rty Heth liiHors-
,subscptionsmustbe paidn advanceI all t .m ithe AA room of First United Methodist am uDtil JULY2 p i i A r mnit e alth C aric noarS- .i n
ubscriptions must be paidin advance Mail Church 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna .Knitters Nook 10-a.m at the Jackson County a.m. until last patient is seen, at1770Carolina t.in
subscriptions are: $46.12for three months; n nan .- Public ibrary, Marianna Branch. New and exeri- Alford.Thefree clinic for income-eligible patients
r$92.o24 forte six m onths and $187 f e Internet/Email BaSic Computer ClassPart 2 enced knitters are welcomed. Call 482-9631. without medical insurancetreats short-erm
$92.24forsixmonnths;and$18447for-one Noon:to 3 p.m. atthe Goodwill Career Training illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments
year. Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Free class teaches 18th White, Purdee and Spires Biennial available (call 263-7106 or209-5501); walk-ins
basic use of the internet, how to send and receive Reunion -July 26-28 at Citizen Lodge in Marianna. welcome. Sign in before noon.
ADVERTISING emails and how to protect your omputer Call Friday: 5p.m. fish fry social, followedby a basketball Choir Reunion -10 a.m.at heJackson Count
The.advertiser agrees that the publisher 526-0139. game. Public Library, Green Street, Marianna. Allformer
'shall not be liablefor damages arising Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees Regular Senior Singles Meeting 6-8 p.m.at their new members of the United Voices for Christ Mass.Choir
out o errors and advertisementsbeond Monthly Finance Committee and Board Meet- location, Marianna First United Methodist Church of Jackson County are invited. all 594-3778.
td t ad ertisements beyond ings- 5 p.m. in the Hudnall Building Community Wesley Center (behind the Post Office, facing Lafay-- ,
the amount paid. forthe space actually Room. Call 718-2629. ette St). Single.seniors.age 50 and olderare invited Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 4:30-
Soccupied bytht portion of the'advertise- to enjoygames, food, prizes and a guest speaker. 5:30 p.m. n the AA room of First United Methodist
ments in which the error occurred, whether THURSDAYJUY No charge; donations accepted (proceeds fund Church, 2901 Caledonia t. in Marianna.
such error is due to the negligence of the- THURDAY JULY2 charitable'endeavors of Marianna's Gathering Place .
publisher's emiployees or otherwise and Marianna Ciy Farmnners Market -7 am. to Founation). Call 526-4561. SUNDAY, JULY 28
there shall be not liability for non-inser- noon at Madiso n St. Parkin Marianna. Purhase Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship a 18th White, Purdee and Spires Biennial
tion of any advertisement beyond the resh fruits and vegetables grown by local farmers. Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, Reunion -July 26-28 at Citizen Lodge in Marianna.
amount paid for such advertisement;This Spring/Summer Clothing Sale 9 am. to teen meetings to 'overcome hurts, habits and Sunday: The Rev. Brian Hankerson brings the mes-
nespape will not knowingly accept or 1p.m. at St. Anne Thrift Store, St.Anne Catholic 'hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call. sage to family and friends, 8 a.m.
newspaper will not knowingly accept or Church in Marianna. Call 482-3734. 209-7856,573-1131.
publish illegal material of any kind: Advertis- 'n o' ')) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
inwhichexpressespreference based on Area Agency onAging for N. Fla. Board/Advi- Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 6:30 p.m. at 4349W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
leglly prec peronal characteristic sory Council Meeting- 10:30 a.m. EDT at 2414 p.m. in theAA room of First United-Methodist (in one-story building behind 4351W. LafayetteSt.).
legally protected personal characteristics is Mahan Drive, Tallahassee. Public Welcom';Call 850- 'Church; 2901Caledonia St. inMarianna.. Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
not acceptable. 488-0055 or email burnsl@elderaffairs.r ''. drinking.
HOWTO GtOYIIoud The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447,
lUU U emal editorial@jcfloridan.com,fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish oL Roun dup
news of general interest free of charge. o ouup
Submit your news or Community Calendar MARIANNA POLICE JACKSON COUNTY one trespass complaint, one Melbourne, possession of mari-
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. DEPARTMENT SHERIFFS OFFICE obscene/threatening phone juana less than 20 grams, pos-
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, call, one found/abandoned session of drug paraphernalia.
anniversary and birth announcements. The Marianna Police De- The Jackson County sheriff's property report, three noise a Demetrice Ward, 22, 5637
Forms areavailable at the Floridan offices. partment listed the following office and disturbances, three animal Henry Way, Greenwood, pos-
Photographs must be of good quality and incidents for July 21, the latest county fire/ complaints, one assist ofa session of marijuana less than
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the available report: Orie drunk rescue report- motoristobr pedestrian, three 20 grams, obstruction by a
right to edit all submissions. pedestrian, one accident, one E ed the follow- assists of other agencies, one disguised person.
missingjuvenile, one ing incidents threat/harassment complaint a Lee Young, 26, 3254 De-
GETTING IT RIGHT abandoned vehicle, one forJuly 21, the and one 911 hang-up. alarue Drive, Milton, posses-
The Jackson County Floridan's policy recklessdriver, one suspi- latest available report: One sion of contraband at a state
is to correct mistakes promptly. To cious incident, two suspicious accident, two hospice deaths, JACKSON COUNTY correctional facility.
report an error, please call 526-3614 people, one highway obstruc- five abandoned vehicles, CORRECTIONAL FACILITY RoshellBellamy, 56, 2478
Monday-Friday. tion, one burglary, two physical eight suspicious vehicles, Bellamy Court, Cottondale,
disturbances, one verbal dis- one suspicious person, three The following people were worthless checks-two counts.
turbance, one fire with police escorts, one highway obstruc- booked into the county jail dur- Venancio Garciga-Alfonso,
response, four traffic stops, one tion, one burglary, three verbal ing the latest reporting periods: 69, 7234 Birchwood Road,
criminal mischief complaint, disturbances, one residential Kerry Wright, 54, 4807 Toney Grand Ridge, lewd or lascivious
Sone follow-up investigation, fire, one'yehicle fire, one drug Drive (Apt. A), Columbus, Ga., molestation.
-- onevenile complaint, offense, 14 medicad calls, three retail theft.
one assault, two animal com- traffic'crashes, irine burglar a Timothy Dice, 48, 6025 Jail Population: 218
Iplaints, one retail theft, two alarms, one request for of- Happy Hollow Drive, Milton,
welfare checks, two patrol re- ficer response, 31 traffic stops, trespassing, petit theft. To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
quests and four home security one larceny complaint, two n Katie McWhorter Muck- at 526-5000 or a locl law enforcement
IJCFLOR I DAN .COM i checks. criminal mischief complaints, erman, 50, 551 Inverness Ave., 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN ww.jcfloridan.com LOC L & ST~ E TUESDAY, JULY 23,2013 a 3AF

Chipola Home Educators' Open House set for Aug. 15

Special to the Floridan mhomeshoolingfor the first will be provided. Those
time are cordially invited interested in joining
Chipola Home Educa- to attend to learn more the Chipola Home Edu-
tors will hold its annual about the home school- cators may do so at this
Open House on Thursday, ing process and enjoy time.
Aug. 15, from 6-8 p.m., at the time of fellowship with For more information,
the First Baptist Church other families. Informa- email chipolahomeed@
Family Life Center in tion and materials will be gmail.com, or call Cheryl
Marianna. provided about field trips, Robinson at 557-7049.
Currently enrolled fami- special events, and guide-
lies will meet to discuss the lines for the new school
The Chipola Home
exciting activities coming year. Educators home school
up for the new school year, CHE board members group gets a visit from
2013-14. Members and vis- and current homeschool- "General Jackson" duri
,itors are welcome to drop ing parents will be pres- one of their activity days last
in any time during these ent to help answer ques- year. CHE will host an open
hours. tions and assist first-time house Aug. 15.
Families interested in visitors, and light snacks

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U.S. sues Florida over disabled

children in nursing homes

The Associated Press
"(The state) presureesparents to place children in institzionalied
MIAMI The U.S. Jistice Depart- setting and then gies them no way to get out."
ment filed a lawsuit against Florida Matthew Dietz,
on Monday, accusing the state of Attorney
unnecessarily. institutionalizing
about 200 disabled children in nurs-
ing homes and cutting services that disruptive lawsuits with the goal of nurse is there.
would allow them to receive care at taking over control and operation "What if she's having a seizure? ...I
home. of-Florida's Medicaid and disability don't' think any parent should have
Federal investigators visited six programs." to have that kind of responsibil-
nursing homes around the state and The federal government threat- ity," said Root, a single mother from
identified about 200 children who ened a lawsuit in September if the Edgewater.
didn't need to be there and could state failed to make changes. Dudek In anuary, Dudek said she has
benefit from care at home or else- initially denied the allegations, then visited the six nursing homes in-
where in the community. They found repeatedly stated the problems had volved in the federal investigation
that once in the facilities, many chil- been fixed. She stressed that the state and couldn't find any of the alleged
dren stay for years, some growing up pays for all medically necessary ser- problems. Still,, she announced she
inthe nursing homes. vices for children and that parents was assigning nurse coordinators
The investigation found cold, ultimately decide whether to place to each child to help parents who
hospital-like facilities where chil- the child in a nursing home. want to bring their children home
dren share common areas with el- But parents have said they are des- find services such as private duty
Sderly patients and rarely leave or perately fighting to get services to nursing, transportation and medical
go outside. Investigators noted that keep their children at home. Until equipment. THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
the. children are not exposed to so-. recently, the state instructed that in- The waiting list for services at n this ul 2013 hoto released Odsse Marine
cial, educational or recreatio a t home nursing services would be' re- home or in the community has Eltin one eaple of a .9 fe ser in
activities critical to development. duced over time" as parents learned jumped from 14,629in 2005 to more recoveredfrom lot four ofethe insured cargo documented for
m srecoveredsfrom lot. four of the insured cargo documsented for
They also said educational oppoi- to perform.medical interventions on than 22,000 in 2012, with more than the SS Gairsoppa shipwreck site, near Ireland. The find was
tunities are limited to as little as 45 .heir children. half waiting longer than. five years, about 5,400 ft. deep in the Atlantic Ocean.
minutes a day. and that many of the Attorney Matthew Dietz, who filed according to the lawsuit. Currently,
children's families 'live. hundreds a similar lawsuit against Florida on state policy does not give priority on oiv
of miles away, according to the behalf of more than two dozen chil- the waiting list to children in nurs-
lawsuit. dren, said the state has done little ing homes, federal officials said. The
Parents say they have no other op- to actually move children out of- state provided additional funding in
tion because the state.has slashed the nursing homes, despite Dudek's 2013, but it's only enough to enroll
in-homes services, including nurs- claims. That lawsuit alleges more less than 5 percent of the waitinglist ov red irt
ing care for critically ill children on -than 3,300 children with disabilities in the program.
ventilators and feeding tubes. are at risk of beingpushed into nurs- At the same time, the state turned
violating the federal Americans with "(The state) pressures parents to federal funds for a program .that
Disabilities Act and infringing on the place children in institutionalized transitions people from nursing
children's civil rights by segregat- settings and then gives them no way, homes back into. the community. ..The Associated Press percent of which Odys-
ing and isolating them. The average to get out," he said in a phone inter- The state also has .beoen payinig sey will retain under the
length of stay is three years, federal view Monday. community-based providers less TAMPA: A Florida- terms of the company's
.officials said. Many of the children Twelve-year-old Amy Root has because of legislative budget. cuts. based deep-sea expl-ra- contract with eUnited
are physically disabled but mentally been on the waiting list for at-home. Yet the state implemented policies fion company said'Mon- Kingdom Department of
cognizaint. services since 2010. She was hit by 'that' expanded nursing home care day that it has recovered Transport.
Florida Agency for Health Care a car, which left her a quadriplegic by offering facilities' up to $550 in' more than 61 tons of silver In 2012, Odyssey recov-
SAdministration Secretary Liz Dudek and unable to talk or communicate. an enhanced daily rate for caring bullion from a World War ered nearly 48 tons of il-
said in a statement Monday that the She requires a feeding tube, suffers for children, which is more than II shipwreck offthe coast ver from the same wreck,
state had recently improved an "al- from seizures and requires round- double than what the state pays of Ireland. bringing the total haul
ready strong program" and that 31 the-clock medications. At first she for adults, according to federal Odyssey Marine Explo- to 110 tons, or nearly 99
children withdisabilities have been had 24-hour in-home nursing care, investigators, ration, which is. based in percent of the insured
discharged from nursing facilities but the state slashed those hours in Federal .officials said they have Tampa, said it recovered silver reported to be
this year. half over time, said her mother, Sue "met multiple times with state offi- the silver this month from aboard .the Gairsoppa
She also chastised the Obama ad- Root. cials in a good faith effort to achieve the SS Gairsoppa, a 412- when it sank.
ministration for the lawsuit. She said Root, who is part of Dietz's lawsuit, resolution of the violations" but ulti- foot, steel-hulled British The company has said
it "shows that Washington is not in- said she stays up all night monitor- matelydecided"compliancewiththe cargo ship that sank in the exploration crew set a
terested in helping families improve ing Amy and takes care of her other ADA cannot be secured by voluntary February 1941. 'record for the deepest and
but instead is determined to file two children during the day when a means," according to the lawsuit. "This was an extremely largest precious metal re-
S......complex recovery which covery from a shipwreck.
was complicated by 'the The silver has beeh trans'
sheer size and structure of ported to a secure facility
CialS Z urm an h e the SS Gairsoppa as well in the UnitedKingdom.
as its depth nearly three Odyssey discovered the
r miles below the surface of SSGairsoppa in 2011.
the North Atlantic," Greg The Gairsoppa left Cal-
Stemm, 'Odyssey's chief cutta, India, in 1941 on
4 motonsts Out ofwrecked V :0 ^T:r^
executive officer, wrote its way to London with
The Associated Press then left, the sheriff's office George's finest trait." with Martin. in a news release. "To add tons of tea and 7 million
statement said. He did not Martin's shooting death Six female jurors, whose to the complications, the ounces of silver, worth
ORLANDO George see the crash happen. spurred debate across the names have not been re- remaining iisured silver 600,000 British pounds at
Zimmerman helped res- This is believed to U.S. over racial profiling, leased, considered nearly was stored in a small com- the time.
cue four people' from an be the first time Zimmer- self-defense and- equal three weeks of often wildly partment that was very A German U-boat spot-
overturned vehicle in cen- man, 29, has been seen justice. Protesters nation- conflicting testimony over difficult to access." ted the vessel off the
'tral Florida last week, just, publiclysince his acquittal wide lashed out against who was the aggressor on According to the Tampa coast of Ireland on Feb.
days after he was cleared on a second-degree mur- police in Sanford because the rainy night Martin was Tribune, with the price of 17 and fired a totpedo
of all charges in the der charge in the 17-year- it took 44 days for Zim- shotwhilewalkingthrough silver at more than $19 per that sunk the Gairsoppa
shooting death of Tray- old Martin's death in Feb- merman, a neighborhood the gated townhouse com- ounce, the haul is worth 300 miles soiuthwest of
von Martin, officials said ruary 2012. Zimmerman's watch volunteer, to be ar- munity where he was stay- more than $34 million, 80 Galway Bay.
Monday. parents and his attorneys rested last year. Many, in- ing and where Zimmer-
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Plane's frontgear collapses iNYC landing Two

The .AssociatedPress u I
NEWYORK The front
landing gear of a flight
arvding at New i Yoiks La-
Guardia Airport collapsed =
Monday. shortly after the:
planetouched down on From staf reports scenet, also swerving buts
the waleaving several colliding with the Punau
people with injuries, offi- Two Greenwood aresi- scuia.vehicigwi The Punau-
cals si d. dents were among those suiavehicle was launched
The Southwest Airlines caught u.p in a sevenvei forward and aiborne, :
flight: from Nsh- hicle crash that occurred and then struck the rear
ville, Ten ras caying during a severe rainstorm of the Roark:vehicle. The
*...sP, I, vebi
150 passengers an crew, eatly Sunday afternoon Punausuia vehicle then
thee irline said. The airline Gadsde ybut overturned otoits:oof
said initial reports had five the local people were,' Another vehicle .ap-
passengeis and threecrew- uninjured according to proached the sce in the
S)members 'requirng medi- Florida : Highway iatrol outside lan behind the
cal assistance. There was THEASSOCIATEPRESS eports.. Howell v, ehicle.. Driver
o in ediatwe w n A Southwest Airlines plane rests othetarmacaft at cias say oseger Greenwood residents Orange City reid
ftent ofthe injuries. collapse during a landing at LaGuardia Airport, Monday, July 22, in New York. The Federal Jeremy DwaynIe Williams Abraham Manuel Cama-
di Sherrick Diontea cho Cuev
The Federal Aviation Ad- Aviation Administration says the plane landed safely. 21, and Sherck Dontea choa .uevas, 53, it swerved
ministation said :Flight ,Williams,i 20, were east- to avoid the Howell vye
345 landed at, 5:45 p.m., on a nearby plane waiting from the Southwest flight, The incident came '16 bound on Inter state 10 hicle. Howell swerved to
and came safely to a sto to take off for Wshington, wastallowed to taxi back days after Asiana Flight near ileMark 185 in the left, string anothe
atthe edge f the runway. said the nose of the plane to the gate, he said. 214. crash-landed at San a 1989 Chevrolet,; with ivehicle, a 2001 Chevro-
The noe of the Boeing was "completely d n on Bob Abtahi an attorFranisco's internatial erey Williams behind
737 could be seen on the the ground. It's. something ney trying to catch a flight airport on July 6, killing the wheel, when they, yap- ton, Ala. resident Shaw
-ground. that I've never seen before. to Dallas, 'was watching two Chinese teenagers; ,a proached a developing Edward Walker, 19. The
The airport was .temo- It's bizarre." from the terminal and third was ki"led when a fire ashahead., Howell vehicle. slid ,out
rarily, closed, but one of A rear stairwell or slide heard a crowd reacting to truck ran over her while .This iswhat happened ward to the emergency
two runways was operit- could be seen extending the accident. responding to the crash, in tJhe pileup, accord- lane, Qolliding with the
ng shorly after 7p.m. fro the Southwest flight, "I heard some people authorities said. Dozens of ing to reports: Around Cuevas vehicle. The Wil
The FAAis investigating, said Strauss, who ons gasp and scream I looked people were injured in that 12 a 2012 Mazda li vehicle strck the
as IiI the National Tranis- a Washington" public re- over and saw sparks flying landing, which -involved driven by 18-year-old Ft. Walker vehicle.
portation Safety Board. lations firm. His~plano, at the frdt of the plane," a Boeing 777 flying from Walton Beach resident Teian and his 4-yea '
Richard Strauss, who was which was abdut 100 yards he said. South Korea. Tyler Glenn Roark was old passenger, Peyton Te-
eastbound in the inside, man, received minor in-

rO.tL w eastbound passnger 38yearold

The Associated Press A man who identified of those vehicles slowed year-old Michael Noah
himself as AyalaGoanas o a stop because of Punauuiaol
DALLAS Nearly a "son declined ,conmmen.t crash. that had just hp Sydni Punusia,, and 5
dozen people reported be-., Monday whenapproached pened ahead of them, in year-old Emina Punau
'ing injured in the last five at herhqmie. pouring rain, suia. Ms Pu-nusuia an.
years while riding the Texas -Six Flags Entertainment Another vehicle ap the three children, the
r'oller coaster from which Corp, President and CEO, proacheda a200 Saturn onlypersons transported

V6e e ret eentti -
a woman fell to her death ,Ji Reid-Anderson said SUV driven by 44 year- fo medical treatment
ae..=n man fl to hergdeathiA
last week, though the most Monday that comrpany was olti Tallahassee resident were taken to ,Tallahassee
serious injuries, appear to using "both internal and Michael Lee Punausuia. Memorial Hospital.
a concussion an.d mus- externeal experts" to inves- The Saturn was ^slowing No one else, wa,
cles strais due to jostling tigate th a,c cident but he behind the Roark vehicle injued .
a ate recoprds shovw. a offered no details during a while, in the other lane, Other occupants ins the
SSix Flas Qver Texas re- conference "call to discuss a 2008 Dodge pickup vehicles were Walkers
ported,'. 14, injuries invl the compa ny's earnings truck driven by 58- ear" passenger, 3 year ol
ing the es Giant roller In an email to The Asso- old Quincy resident Abel Garcia, of Browns-
coaster between April2008 yciated Press late Monday, 'John Charle. s Howell ap- ill e, s 2 pyear ol
.n A,pril:2e13,accor ding Six Flags spokesWoman proached behind the Te- Seth Teman of West Pal
to: Texas Department .of e Sharon eParker said the man vehicle. It swerved, Beach, and twM passe. ,
Insuiai1ce 'records. Three company "will not release but struck ithe Teman gers from the Cuevas ve-
of those injuries happened rany details pertaining to vehicle.' hicle, Idelle Berrios Vel9z
eitheribefore or after the the investigation until it is hThe Williams vehicle 38, andc Juan Burgos Gar-
ride, such as tripping -on s complete."' Kwas nextto approach the cia, 48, both ofnDeltona.
fthe steps leading to the 0 Meanwhile, Six Flags has -
roller co.as t er. :tl emporaril cloedot e -+.. .,
wtasnsi. immeuiateluy 'Iro r roller coaster' ...
",clearhow many'ofthosejri- ;,''THEASSOCIATED PRESS at its Six Flags Fiesta Texas
jitrines prpmpted the ride to The Texas Giant roller coaster ride sits idle in the back ground in San Antonio. The'deci
be shut down, department as people take in another roller coaster ride at the Six Flags sioncame late, Friday after
spokesman Jerry' Hagins .Over Texas park Saturday, July 20, in Arlington, Texas. officials heard about the
said. If ant injury requires accident in Arlington,Fi- r
medical attetion andin- include "near-misses." the roller coaster Friday esta Texas spokeswoinan o
volved the actual ride, ithe "The numbers that we evening pat, the Six Flags Sydne Purvis said Monday'
ride' mus.t be 'closed uitil hear' about' are typically e amusementpakinArling- Prvis said it's a precau
it gets a new safety inspec- the tip of the iceberg, hbe ton, a western suburb of tionary move. until the
tion, he said.. o-tsarid Dallas. A witness told'local Texas Giant investigation
"Our role is to miake sure Walter Reiss, an' anuse- media that Ayala-Goana is completed. Both roller

Ofl son ruedrlft nnes. -"' ciase stud wo ent s.e -(a3o
that happens," Hagins ment park ride safety in, expwth eone a osiat e

said, adding that the Texas spector, added 'that fatoal ments before the 4-stoy tures with steel rails.
Giant wase currently closed. accidents on, roller coast- ride beganthat the safety The Texas Giant first 2 (2971
and wouldn't reopen uritil ers "are very' unusual and bar had not completely opened in 1990 as an all- Broer Fu r nisn.com
the department sees a new infrequent." o engaged. wooden coaster hut un-
safety inspection report. "Most times that you Thle Tarrant Count derwent a $10 million ren-
Amusement park safe- have death accidents, it medical exainers 'office ovatio in 2010 to install

S anayst Ken Martin was- something eisther ig confirmed Mtnday that steel hybrid rails before
it'sihard to gauge their The inveatigation is aon- accidentt and that sae w e o suf-ta sa s 24idrshit"""h w coy (; 20.1090a.

ii 'nubers do't la-Goan fell while ri ingt injuries" during ted he fall. bank of 95 degrees.
Schools increase to fund fail- ter schools 'in all these big ,


A1Shome sales dip but remain near 31-year high

The Associated Press at the pace we've seen of below the 40 percent that
,. late." is typical. Since the hous
WASHINGTON U.S. Sales of previously oc- ing bubble burst more
sales of previously occu- cupied homes in June re- than six years ago, banks
pied homes slipped in June flect contracts that were have imposed tighter cred-
to a seasonally adjusted mostly signed in April and it conditions and required
annual rate of 5.08 million 1 May, when mortgage rates larger down payments.
but remain near a 3/2-year were lower. Rising rates That- made it harder for
high. can. cause some signed first-time buyers to qualify
The National Association contracts to fall through if for mortgages.
of Realtors said Monday buyers no longer qualify Still, mortgage rates re-
that sales fell 1.2 percent for mortgages at higher main relatively low .and
last month from an annual rates, home prices remain af-
rate of 5.14 million in May. The one factor that's fordable despite rising in
The NAR revised down likely most holding back the past year. And higher
May's sales, but they were sales is a limited supply of mortgage rates could en-
still the highest since No- homes available. Though courage some potential
vember 2009. more sellers put their buyers to come off the
Despite last month's dip, homes on the market in sidelines and purchase
home sales have surged June, thesupply remained, homes before rates rise
15.2 percent from a year unusually low nearly 8 further.
ago. Sales have recov- percent less than a year The strength in hous-
ered since early last year, ago. ing this year has offset
buoyed by job gains and At the current sales pace, weaknesses elsewhere in
low mortgage rates. THEASSOCIATED PRESS the number of homes for the economy, like manu-
Still, mortgage rates In this June 16, photo, a home is for sale in Glemniew, Ill. The National Associa- sale would be exhaust- facturing and business
have surged in recent tion of Realtors reports on sales of previously occupied homes in June on Monday, ed in 5.2 months. That's investment. Rising home
weeks over concern that July 22. below the six months' sales tend to lead to more
the Federal Reserve could supply that's consistent spending at furniture and
slow its bond-buying pro- states such as" California last week. the summer as mortgage with a healthy housing home supply stores.
grams later this year. The and NewYork, the Realtors That rate increase could rates rose," Dan Green- market. Homelb;iders have also
Fed's bond purchases have group said. hamper sales in coming haus, chief global strategist Another concern is that stepped up construction
helped keep long-term The average rate on a months, economists said. at BTIG LLC, an ihstitu- first-time buyers, who in the past year, creating
mortgage and other rates 30-year fixed mortgage But most expect housing tional brokerage, said in a usually drive healthy mar- more construction jobs. In
low. leapt to 4.46 percent by to continue to recover, note to clients. "Housing is kets, aren't participating as June, they applied for per-
Higher mortgage rates the end of June rom 3.81 though at a slower pace. still expected to grow and much in the current recov- mits to build single-family
slowed sales last month percent at the end of May. "There's little doubt the contribute to economic ery. They made up only 29 homes at the fastest pace
of higher-priced homes in The rate was 4.37 percent housing market slowed in output. It just rnmay not be percent of buyers in Jun, in five years.

US stocks end Hasbro 2Q reults miss market expectations
The Associated Press pay up to $225 million
in guaranteed payments
PAWTUCKET; R I. -- It to Disney to include .the
wasn't a blockbuster quar- nexi three Star Wars films
h e ter for Hasbro. and the release of other
lThe No. 2 toymaker said possible Star Wars-related
"I that its second-quarter entertainment, which was
net income fell 16 percent, not accounted for under
la hurt by weak sales of mov- the prior agreement be-
ie-related action figures tween the companies.
and its spinning-top game Hasbro will pay $75 mil-
The Associated Press $43.10, or 3 percent, to Beyblade. lion at the agreement's
$1,336 an ounce. Results missed expecta- signing, with the rest of
NEWYORK -The stock The Standard & Poor's tions but shares ticked up the funds due when the
market is closing at a re- 500 index rose 'three nearly 2 percent in 1horn- THEASSCATED next Star Wars movies are
cord high despite a disap- points to 1,695, a record ing trading, as investors In thisFeb.12photo, Habro's My Little Pony Feature Prin- planned to be released.
pointing quarterly perfor- high. The Dow Jones in- focused on Hasbro's up- cess Twilight Sparkle pony is displayed at the American In- Star Wars: Episode VI
mance from McDonald's. dlustria average closed. comig Star Wars" op- ternationalToy Fair in New York. is currently planned to be
A big week for corporate up one point to 15,545. portunitis in 2015 and released in the summer of
results beganiMonday with The Nasdaq composite beyond and strength in Removing pension-re- Street products. 2015.
second-quarter earnings was up: 12 points at its girls' properties such as lated charges of cent per Last week rival' Mattel Hasbro has implement-
for the hamburger chain 3,600. My little Pony. share, earnings were 29 Inc.'s second-quarter net ed a cost-cutting program
falling short ofWall Street's McDonald's says eco- Toy industry sales have cents per share. Analysts income' fell, hurt by on- to maintain profitabil-
expectations. nomic uncertainty for its been in a slight decline expected earnings of 34 going softness in Barbie ity, including a push to
But. the price of gold customers weighed on all year, stung byw a video cents per share, according sales and a write-down on slash its workforce by 10
broke above the $1,300 results and it warned of game industry slump, to FactSet the Polly Pocket line. percent. The move also
mark for the flast time in a tough year ahead. The shoppers' curtailed Revenue for the Paw- Looking toward its fu- includes consolidating fa-
a month, and gave min- company'sstck price was spending and increased tucket, R.I., company fell ture, Hasbro is taking cilities and reducing the
ing stocks a lift. Gold rose down 2.7percent. demand for electronic 6 percent to $766.3 million steps to extend and ex- number of product exten-
_____gadgets like smartphones from $811.5 million, miss- pand its relationship with sions. While the toy maker
and tablets. Both Has- ing Wall Street's $800,6 Disney. An amendment incurred' pension-related
S* bro's larger rival Mattel million estimate. pertaining to the Marvel charges of $2.5 million in
G o m ve t Inc., which makes Bar- Sales were weak not only properties extends Has- the second quarter, Has-
bie and Hot Wheels, and in the U.S. and Canada, bro's global rights for Mar- bro said it may still see as
l the smaller Jakks Pacific, where a 4 percent decline vel characters such as Iron much as $8 millior in ad-
lis akerknown for Cabbage Patch was reported, but overseas Man and Spider-Man'for ditional pension-related
Kids, reported dismal sec- as well, which posted a 6 two more years, through charg6s.
Sond-quarter earnings last percent drop. 2020. Hasbro's rights for The company said that
week. Sales of boys' toys de- 'the Star Wars franchise it still expects full-year
"It was yet another dis- dclined 35 percent against also runthrough2020. charges of $30 million to
The Associated Press option to buy more shares appointing quarter from tough year-ago compari- All new Star Wars mov- $35 million, before pen-
could eventually raise that Hasbro, but not as bad sons that got a boost from ies are due out in 2015 and sion-related charges. It
Google Inc. is invest- stake to 14.8 percent. as investors had feared merchandise tied to mov- 2017. also continues to antici-
ing in a Taiwanese micro- Himax Technologies based on how the indus- ies. While Nerf sales rose, Hasbro will guarantee pate gross savings of $45
chip maker that makes now owns 81.5 percent of try is trending," said BMO sales of other brands, such an additional $80 million million to $48 million
chips used in its Google Himax Display and says it Capital Markets analyst as Marvel and Beyblade, in royalties to Disney in for the year. This would
Glass, the eyeglass-en- will remain the subsidiary's GerrickJohnson. weakened. regards to Marvel-related amount to $13 million to
abled devices it is test- majority shareholder. The news came as the Salesofgirls'toysjumped products, contingent on $15 million innetsavings
ing that can shoot photos The deal is expected to nation's second biggest 43 percent in the current additional Marvel movie for 2013, before pension-
and video and access the close this quarter. The toy maker announced on quarter, driven by sales of releases. Hasbro will also related charges.
Internet. companies did not put a Monday that it is extend- My Little Pony and Furby.
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Meyer disciplines 4 Buckeyes, including Hyde
The Associated Press Baugh, a tight end, and defen- at a downtown Columbus bar. turning defensive players, was to return to the team.
sive lineman Tim Gardner were' The Columbus Dispatch cited involved in a separate incident. Pending further investigations
COLUMBUS, Ohio Ohio also disciplined on Monday. sources saying Hyde was dis- Court records in Monroe of Roby's actions, he could re-
State coach- Urban Meyer has "I have a clear set of core val- missed from the team over the County, Ind.,. indicate Roby was ceive more punishment., from
disciplined four players for legal ues in place that members of this incident early Saturday, arrested early Sunday morning Meyer.
problems, including suspending football program are coristantly Hyde, a 6-foot, 242-pound se- in Bloomington, Ind., ad is fac- The Bloomington police report
leading-scorer Carlos Hyde from reminded of and are expected nior. from Naples, Fla., rushed ing preliminary charges of mis- charged that Roby tried to start a
all team activities in the wake to honor," Meyer said in a state- for 970 yards on 185 carries last demeanor battery resulting in- fight with one patron of the bar
of an. alleged assault against ment issued by Ohio State late season, second best on the team bodily injury. He posted bond. and was forced out of the bar..
a female over the weekend in on Monday afternoon. "There behind quarterback' Braxton Roby, a 5-11, 192-pound red- Hoping to get back. inside with
Columbus. are also expectations with regard Miller, and. was the unbeaten shirt junior from Suwaflee, Ga., his friends, he attempted to re-
In addition, star cornerback to behavior. I expect our players Buckeyes' leading scprer with 17 was Ohio State's third-leading enter the bar and was told he
Bradley Roby, who was arrested to conduct themselves responsi- touchdowns and 102 points. tackler last year. He had two could not. The report states, "Mr.
in Indiana for an altercation with bly and appropriately and they He camewithfinjust30yardsof interceptions, one for a touch- Roby then struck one of the se-
a security guard at a bar this past will be held accountable for their becoming the first running back down, to go with two tackles curity guards in the chest, caus-
weekend, will not represent the actions." to reach 1,000 yards in a season for minus yardage,, one sack, ing a complaint of pain. He was
Buckeyes at this week's Big Ten There were published reports in Meyer's 12 years as a head one fumble recovery and one then wrestled to the ground and
media days. He was one of the earlier in the day that Hyde had coach at Bowling Green, Utah, blocked kick. detained until police arrived at
playersinitially selected to speak been kicked off theteam for be- Florida and his lone year at Ohio He had considered jumping the scene."
to reporters at the annual event. ing listed as a person of interest State. into the NFL draft after Ohio
Freshmen recruits. Marcus inthe allegedassaultofawoman Roby, one of the team's top re- State's 12-0 season but decided See MEYER, Page 8


Mer ays Local players shine

lhe's ibcent.
i"Sn "l s Robert named Next Level
SThe Associated Press pitcher of the week
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. The latest dis BY SHEA MADER
traction for the Denver Broncos comes Floridan correspondent
from All-Pro linebacker Von Miller, who
insisted Monday lie did nothing wrong
in the face of reports he could miss Three Marianna High S.hool
four games for violating the NFL's drug pitchers have concluded an
policy. above-average week in their re-
"I know I did nothing wrong. I'm sure speective travel ball teams.
this'll be resolved fairly," Miller tweeted, Walker. Roberts and Hayden
acknowledging he had seen the reports Hurst are part of the Next Level
and adding he was disappointed the Baseball 18i U Team out of Tal-
Broncos have to open training 'camp lahassee, while Reid Long is a
with this news hanging over them. \ member of the Scorpions Prime
ESPN first reported the pending dis- 17U out of Orlando.
wcipline for Miller. A person with knowl- The Scorpions took the 2013
edge of the situation confirmed the pos- World Series t 17U Wood Bat":
sible penalty 'to The Associated Press. Tournament agin Atlanta last
The person did not want to be named week. DuTing that tournament,
blecause the league hasn't announced Long threw a total of 4.1 innings
any punishment. in three reliefappearances, pick-
Broncos spokesman Patrick Smyth 'ing up one save and two no-de-
said the team would not comment on cisions. Long allowed a total of
the penalty, which could be overturned three hits, two walks, two hit bat-o
by an appeal. Miller and his agent didn't ters 'and one earned run, while
return messages left by AP. striking out seven.
The Broncos report to training camp Hurst and Roberts led their
Wednesday with big expectations but a i team to two wins in the 18U IBC
growing number of off-the-field distrac- Tournament in St. Petersburg
tions, as well. this past weekend. Hurst picked
'Shortly after last season's 13-3 cam- up the 5-4 win against the Hard
paign enmded with a loss to Baltimore in Knox Baseball team out of Chi-
the divisional playoffs, none other than cago, going five innings with one
Miller guaranteed a Super Bowl title for earned r*m on two hits aind no
Denver for the 2013 season, walks, with'five strikeouts.
"Iwasn'tbeing arrogantor cockywhen Roberts led' his team to a 5-0
I made the guarantee. It was something win over the Bluegrass Chiefs out
bigger than myself," Miller said in May of Kentucky, allpwing only one
in explaining the comment. He said he hit with four strikeouts and no
dedicated the upcoming season to his walks through six complete in-
6-year-old cousin who was injured in an nings.. For his effort, Roberts was
auto accident last winter. awarded the Next Level Pitcher
Then, just last'week,- left tackle Ryan of theWeek.
Clady signed a new contract and, dur- / Next Level was scheduled to
ing interviews to discuss the deal, said SUBMITTEDPHOTO continue play today in the tour-
it was, "Super Bowl or bust, for the most Next Level's Walker Roberts gets ready to pitch during a game against the Bluegrass Chiefs, Sun- nament with Saturday being the
part" for Denver. day, July 21, in St.Petersburg. last scheduled day of games.
It's the kind of talk, at least in public,
that Peyton Manning and coach John
Fox disdain. It is, however, in line with
what Las Vegas says (At odds ranging be-
tween 9-2 and 6-1, the Broncos are wide-
lylisted asthe favorites towinu Big 12's Bowlsby says NCAA changes needednow
President John Elway has assembled. He cge now
added Wes Welker to Manning's receiv- The Associated Press about:"the NCAA are "driven
ing corps, shored up the line with free by frustration more than-any-
agent guard Louis Vasquez and used a DALLAS -- Big 12 Com- thing else. And that's been a
second-round draft pick to add Wiscon- missioner Bob Bowlsby said frustration that's grown over
sin running back Montee Ball to the mix, Monday there is "unanim- the last 15 years."
as well. ity" among leaders from five A real consideration could
But not all the offseason news has been power conferences that sig- be a separate division for the
positive for the Broncos. Elway's top two nificant changes are needed top football-playing schools,
assistants, Matt Russell and Tom Heck- now in the NCAA. for which Bowlsby said he is
ert, are each serving suspensions after "We all have a sense that listening and learning about
arrests on drunken driving charges -- an transformative change is many different models.
embarrassing run of news that deprives going to have to happen," Therein lies what can be-
the Broncos of their top personnel men Bowlsby said at the start of come another difficult issue:
at a time when personnel decisions are the Big 12's football media determilning who would be
paramount. days. "This-is not a time when part of such a division.
The other bit of bad news for Denver trimming around the edges "If you begin trying to
this offseason was its inability to ,keep is going to make very much put together homogeneous
pass-rushing- defensive lineman Elvis difference." groups, somebody gets in-
Dumervil because of a mix-up with a fax Bowlsby and the commis- cluded, and somebody gets
machine that kept the team from receiv- sioners of the SEC, Big Ten, left out.... Wherever you draw
ing his signed contract in time. Pac 12 and ACC met about six THEASS0CIATED PRESS those lines, if they're bright
The Broncos felt good about replacing weeks ago to discuss issues, Bigl2 Conferenc Commissioner Bob Bowlsby addresses the media at lines, you have controversy,
Dumervil and his 11 sacks last season, including anNCAAlegislativethe beginning of the Big 12 Conference Football Media Days in Dallas he said. "I'm pretty dyed in
but in large part, the comfort came be- system that makes it difficult on Monday, the wool of the NCAA, and I
cause they had Miller, who has 30 sacks to enact substantial changes believe with all my heart that
over his first two NFL seasons, lining up or enforce the rules in place. good concept: Ifwe always do annual convention in Janu- asolutioninsidetheorganiza-
on the other side. There are also huge gaps in what we've always done, we'll ary. Bowlsby even indicated tion is the right one. Whether
Without Miller, the Broncos defense resources between schools in always get what'we've always the possibility .of a special Division IV is the right one,
would be missing its best pass rusher for the same divisions. got," Bowlsby said. "That's convention, the devil's in the details."
its first four gunes against Baltimore, SEC Commissioner Mike kind of where we are right Before taking over as the Big Among other possible
the NewYork Giants, Oakland and Phila- Slive, whose league has won now." 12 commissioner just more changes Bowlsby suggested
delphia. If suspended, Miller would be the last seven national titles ACC Commissioner John than a year ago, Bowlsby had was to consider segregation
able to participate in all of the workouts in football, delivered a simi- Swofford also addressed the been a long-time athletic di- by "size and scope" or maybe
at training camp but would have to leave lar message last week at his issue Monday saying signifi- rector serving at Stanford, by sport.
the team after its final preseason game league' anedia days. 'cant changes could be put in Iowa and Northern Iowa.
3nAug. 29. It's :ad grammar but a place when the NCAAhas its Bowlsby said his thoughts See NCAAPa e~L

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extremely light & stable. $500. 850-718-8084
ayal 2 person'sit-on kayak, Very stable. 0 ft. Now OPen Hwy.52 Socomb SNELL FARMS SKIPPERVILLE AL
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S in monthlycustomerincluded. Free Kittens (4) to a good home, 6 weeks old,
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Sww janking.com Large gray bob-tailed cat -i Feed Oaks for orses & Cattle 4-
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Hills. He is approximately per
14 lbs. and answers to the bring your own ba please 334-796-00 -
name Brutus. Extremely
affectionate and friendly. 6
He did have a break-away
collar on when he disap-
peared on 12 July 13. If any-
one has seen him or knows
swhere he is please call
334-4149-1422 or 334-446-1005.**A REWARD*

dewormed, dew claws 8 moved, 3 males 9 350z Wheels $250, Tundra Tall LUghjs $115, 'Metal SIgn, lighted display area 10x5 w/2-6ft.
Rims, Headlights 1 Rim $80 Parts 790-2419 supports, letters & pole $500. 850-592-6203
Janitorial BUSi SS Sale awerance Dalewood Rd. 85092-21 Bffet: $175; Curlo Cabinet $125; Hand Stitched
raining Queen Quilt $200 Txt 850-272-6903for pics. Tires: (4) Michelin Radial, 245/65/R17, cross
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a g ss $19,500 other dogs, needs to run. 850-209-6977.. 445-6834
504 151474 Folding Poker Table 48" oak for 8 w/green felt Treadmill Vitamaster with electric incline $100.
5495iII. surface and hard top cover. $280 no trades, 850-592-3304
cash only. 850-933-8547.,
Gator National Champion '09 Football $50 Anti- Whirlpool Washing Machine : white $125;
que Clock $50;'Gospel Tapes $5 850-263-1039 Kenmoore Washer white $125 850-482-3267

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TTREES TREES 4 ( J &. tO.;__ 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes
TRE-ES Look a. tin Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595
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S12 ft.tall 30 gal. PAPE future! Start training 14 3/2 Dbl. Wd. Mobile Home (by itself)
Cntainers RANPOR FOR TIS for a newcastreer in on quiet lot in Sneads. 850-209-8595
S$69.95 buy2 A T A COLLEGE Medical Office Admin.,
SSAFETY AND DRIVER Pharmacy Technology, 3BR 2BA, Mobile Home nice total elec. on pave
get one FREEVELOPMENT POSITIN Electrical Trades & HVAC! road near Blue Springs water & yard maint. fur-
e Oak, Crape M rtl Call Fortis College 888-202-4813 nished No Pets $550. mo + dep. 850-638-7822
Live Oaks, Crape Myrtle, Are you looking for a Leadership role with For consumer info: visit wWw.fortis.edu
Cherry Laurel & Magnolias a focus on safety and driver For Rent Greewood; Marianna, &
By appointment development? If you are then this is the RESIDENTIAL Cottonda starng I $ /mo.
role for you. Paper Transport, Inc, a W Lji A m 850-593-4700.4-
4 334-692-3695 leader in growth and innovation is looking Hl 3!.P A L
I ----l for you to join iour Safety Team in Cedar Quiet, well maintained Park, Water/sewer/
WANTD -Ain s & HoRo SHiynL G nARceMr garbage/lawn included. 3/2$575.
Springs, GA. HOLLY HILL APARTMENTS also 2/1 Brick Duplex $600. w/ carport
t igP e Qualified applicants should possess: 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments 4* Joyce Riley RE 850-209-7825 _4-
rProficiency in HS and DOT Regulations Rental Assistance for Qualified Applicants COMMERCIAL
Sy* Full understanding of CSA Holexly Hill Apartments $52 + utilities
Responsibilities include: Mon-Fri, 9:00 AM-5:OOPM Beauty Shop Downtown equip.ncl. avail. now,
334- Z003 Interview and evaluation of prospective (TDD #1-800-955-8771) $495. /mo 4376 Lafayette 727-433-RENT
.8 -driver applicants including road tests Equal Housing Opportunity Provider & Employer ^SI I
Conduct and facilitate driver REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
orientations and accident investigation HOMES I, A GE
IIPLO* CDL is preferred but not required AP. ,RTMEN FRI
S*2o Tra Mobile Home on 5 Acres: 2BR/1BA well, septice
TOIA L Travel Clinton SL Rm & kitchen, utilities incl, new rugs, tank, fixer upper on paved road near Marianna.
PTI offers a competitive $395; other furn. rooms for $350 727-433-RENT $25.000. Call 850-482-8333 or 850-209-4936
compensation package & a family .
Part-time News Clerk friendly work environment
Please visit to apply: 2BR/1BA ApOatmentFor.R t in 2BR/1.5BA Townhome on Merritt's Mill Pond.
The Jackson County Floridan newspaper https://ciims.cindexinc.com/job/9bc3eb Nic 8504825134 o Marrianna. New roof, carpet and dock. Beauti-
has an immediate opening for a part-time ful view of Water!! $115,900 Call 850-693-9540
news clerk to handle various community One bedroom apartment for rent
listingscolumns, assist people in the 2941 Green St, Marianna.
newsroom and answer telephone calls and $490 month yr. lease $400' dep. RECREATION
questions-from the public. The successful EL Call Joanne850-693-0570
applicant should possess excellent written ___--.._ _:-
and verbal communication skills and be HS UFRIH
knowledgeable with computer. Musttype River Valley Rehabilitation 1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna 23 Triton V 16 ngm: alm ll, it
accurately and quickly'and able to juggle 5H Mercury motor, trolling motor, excellent
different tasks at once. Center Is now hiring: 3BR Moile Homes Ret to wn conditioh, $9,500. Call 254-394-6703
Lot rent included. Fordetails
4 r 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4 Astro 1989 18ft Boat: Aluminum hull, with
Drug screen & background check required. Admissions Coordinator IBA trailer, 1998 Mercury engine, 115HP, 2 electric
EOE/M/F/D/V Monday Friday (8am5pm) Coordinates afe neighbohood, $500mo +dep anchors, front andrear, newfish/depth findr,
Send resume to: resident/patient referrals through the 850-48Z-8196 OR 850-209-1301 newtrolling motor. Excellent fishing liboat!el,
vroberts@jcfloridan.com approval process as it pertains to pre- 3BR/1BA, 2643 Faney St. Cottondale. $3,500 Call 334-445-1616
or mail to:. admission, admission, discharge and CH&A No Pets, $600 Mo.+ $400 Dep. Javelin 1994 17ft., Fish/Si, 150 Fast Strike
4403 Constitution ane follow-up. Previous experience preferred. (850) 352-4222 or 850-557-4513 Johnson, 12/24 'Trolling Motor w/on Board
43 Constitution Lane Charger, Humminbird Depth/Fish Finder,
Mananna F Austin Tyler & Co CD/Radio, Garage Kept, $6,200 OBO 334-695-
SMaianna, eL 8 *e Food Service Aides Quality Homes & Apartments 3609
Two positions available, Full Time 850 526-3355 or austintlerco.com
Two positions available, Full Time "Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" ... &......L..TR..h.AI
Grea Pay nd Benefits MOBILHE FO R
roiial thGreat Pay anV i Benefitl 2005 Camper- Cavalier 8 x 32ft.sleeps 8, AC,
Seal se Al e l ,: ,, tub & shower, stove & oven, microwave,.frig,
EN at 2/2 located in Sneads $350. mo. dbl. sink, 2 1g. gas bottles $3250. 334-983-4941.
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FT the IT Dp Ph: (85674-464 http://ww cha l n ivi ng. shower, stove, microwave,
FT position managing the IT Dept. for a 464 I 0-209-8847 dbl sink, tow gas bottles. Couch makes into
hospital in Southeast Alabama." : extra bed, good condition $5,500 Call Mike
Email: rvhrc@southemltc.com 2 &3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. 334-677-5701 or Cell 334-648-6166
NO PETS. CH&A $325-$500/Month Vangaurd 1988 25 ft. RV Ford 350 Econoline
Net rk Adm tratr Drug Free Workplace- afe Miimalfting Roomate situation also available. Chassis, old but in great cndition, looks great
Environment An EEO/AA Employer M/F/V/D 850-28-1594 Leave Message eas to drive $3000. OB 334-479-0399
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RV for Sale 1998 Fleetwood Discovery. Nissan 2012 Sentra, still under factory Warran- Dodge 2013 Journey, 7 passenger, low miles,
34' length. 5.9 liter Cummins Diesel Pusher ty. Great gas mileage, real nice car. $300 down, great family vehicle. Call Chuck 334-333-8558. David H. Melvin Consulting Engineers
Engine 275hp w/ Allison 6 sp transmission, on $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791- For sale by Owner MaLa roject Manager
Freightliner chasis. 54,741 miles. Very good 8243. sale by Owner 4428 Lafayette Street
Freightliner chasis.54,741 miles. Very good 8243. 2006 Pontiac Montana SV6, Marianna, Florida 32446
condition, very well-maintained. Major mainte- Toyota 2012 Corolla, Save Fuel! Great fuel mile- 88K miles, 7 passenger (850) 482-3045
nance work includes new rubber roof, new age, under factory warranty, all power, AC, sliding power door, rail
awning, new Michelin tires, and new Interstate PW, PDL, AT, CD. $300 down, $300 per month. guards, back-up assist, upon payment of $50.00 per set which amouit
batteries. Many upgrades including flat screen Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. front/rear CD/MP3, DVD w/remote, fabric w/4 constitutes the cost of reproduction and han!
STVs, new mattress, rock guard, and-more. captain seats. Maintained w/most service dling. This payment will not be refunded.
$ $37,000. In Blakely, GA. Call 229-723-4360. 0 ] ]records. 60-75% tread $5,900 334-790-6621
2002rds Harleyt 5 D62o A non-mandatory pre-bid conference shall be
r 2002 Harley DWavidson e. A held at the City Hall meeting room on Tuesday
SUltra Classic Electra Glide. July 30, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. CDT.
SCustom purple/black
AUTO, *FR- S E paint. Loaded. Bike is 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF The Owner plans to open bids and publicly
2 Chromed out. Garaged. YOUR TOWING NEEDS! read aloud on Monday August 5,2013,
S2010 Chevolet Camaro 2 14,750 miles. In excellent t s at 2:00 p.m. or thereafter, at the City Hall
S 55 Coupe V8, RS package condition. Call 334-792-8701 or 714-4548. &W 9 r 4 0 meeting room.
SDual exhaust polished Custom Built Soft Tail AUTO BODY & RECYCLING
stainless steel tips, rear PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS The Owner reserves the right to waive any
spoiler, high intensity halo- 750 miontactasonHarerat334792624 informalities or to reject any or all bids. Each
Sgen headlamps, running lamps, ultrasonic rear S&S motor 6 speed, trans Contact Jason Hargerdeposit with his/her bid, security
parking assist, am/fm stereo, satellite radio, custom everything. "in the amount, form and subject to the condi-
S Boston premium acoustic sound system, leath- Have all receipts. tions provided in the Information for Bidders.
Ser sport bucket seats, elite alum. heels. Only Clear title $8000. FIRM CALL FOR TOP PRICE Sureties used for obtaining bonds must appear
13,000 mi. Exc. condition.$28,900. 334-797-0987 229-220-6693 or 609-577-5789. asacceptable according to the Department of
13,000 mi. Exc. condition. $28,900. 334-797-0987 229-220-6693 or 609-577-5789. FOR JUNK VEHICLES Treasury Circular 570.
Harley Davidson 2003 FOR JUNK VEHICLES Treasury circular 570'
2012 Smart Car Convertible -11000 miles, like ay Dvion 20,
new, factory warranty, A/C, A/T, heated seats 100 Anniversary Edition, I ALSO SELL USED PARTS No bid may be withdrawn for a period of sixty
and muchore wasignly, $1,995.0 h e a Heritage Softail Classic, ceip of bids.
and much more. Asking only 14,995.00 black w/lots of chrome, 24 HOUR TOWING 4 334-792-8664 days after the scheduled closing time for re-
Call 334 701-5129 ceipt of bids.
Call ------334----701-5129 ___H|l -straight pipes, many ...
Audi 2011 A4, sun roof, leather, low miles. Call X-tras, 57K.miles, $8,500 Got a Clunker Attention of Bidders is particularly called to the
Matt 334-587-2957. Firm 229-321-9625 G- a requirements as to conditions of employment
SBuick 1997 LeSabre, Harley Davidson 2004 Sportster 1200 Roadster: We'll be your Junker! to be observed and minimum wage rates to be
1 Custom, loaded, cold air, 20k miles $6,000 OBO. Call 334-588-3677 We buy wrecked cars paid under the Contract, Section 3, Segregated
n and Farm Equip. at a Facilities, Section 109 Executive Order 11246,
new tires, 79,000 miles, Honda 2006 Goldwing: 1800CC, black, one own- fair and honest price! and all applicable laws and regulations of the
lFederal government and State of Florida, and
like new condition, er, many extra, and matching trailer available. & tComplet are Federal government and State of Florida, and
S$3874. Call 334-790-7959. $13,500 Call 334-796-4125 _ bonding and insurance requirements.IN PAR-
Chevrolet 2012 Impala LT, factory warranty, Yamaha 1999 V-Star: 1100CC, 33k miles, runs CALL 334-702-4323 OR 334-714-6285 TCULAR, BIDDERS SHOULD NOTE THE RE-
likenew, $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron and looks great and very clean. Asking $2,500. L .. """"" ""........ ......... QUIRED ATTACHMENTS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Ellis 334-714-0028. Call 334-596-5032 r ---- - - - - -- TO BE EXECUTED AND SUBMITTED WITH THE
S__________ __ We buy Wd Vhicles FORM OF BID PROPOSAL.
~ sA~--~ Dodge 2002 Grand Caravan _]L__ Ll ,_____. ......________
Sport, Taupe. Power.driver Running o o EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
seat, power windows, Eddie Bauer 2010 Expldrer, 21K miles, all leath- 7 r 347944 HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE/FAIR HOUSING
Slocks. A/C. Heater works er inside, like showroom conditidn, can be seen JURISDICTION
a great front and rear, at 518 E Barbour St. between 10AM-4PM week-
AM/FM/tape/CD, towing pkg, roof rack, front days, $23,500 334-616-7272 ww SA
I & rides well. High highwdy mileage 266K, good ij, -A D
Igas mileage. $2,200. 334-696-4767 bec s
Sgas mileage. $2,200. 334-696-4767 Dodge 1998 Ram 1500: Quad cab, loaded, heavy- T
DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE? duty towing package, camper shell included, LF160177 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
GOT BAD CREDIT? low miles, less than 100k miles $4,500 OBO.
Pass Repo pass bankruptcy Call 334-793-1946 or 334-618-0583. _PROJECT NAME: City of Marianna
slow credit ok Ford '03 Ford Pacer Bus: for sale to the highest 2012 Natural Gas Extension to Greenwood
$0 Down/ist Payment, bidder. The bus may be seen'at Dothan Adult Sealed bids, submitted in triplicate, will be re-
S Tax, Tag & Title Care Center, 795 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, Ala- ceivedbythe City of Marianna,.Florida, (Own-
SAsk about $75. mothly FREE GAS bama. Sealed bids must be sent to Wiregrass er), until 2:00 .m. CDT Monday August 5
GIVE AWAY Rehabilitation Center, 795 Ross Clark Circle, 2013 at the office of:
r Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 Dothan, Alabama, by August 30, 2013, by 4:00
p.m. If you have questions, contact Mona Jim Dean, City Manager
I Ford 2011 Fusion, low miles, leather, priced to Meadows (334) 792-0022, Ext. 283. Marianna City Hall
sell. Call Bon 205-572-1279. Ford 2006 F350: power stroke, 6.0 Turbo deisel, 2898 Green Street
' Honda 2000 Civic Sl: 5 speed, Red, 2 door, sun- very short wheel base, 48k miles, 78k hours on Marianna, FL 32446
Sroof, 124k miles, 2nd owner, excellent condi- .engine, very good truck for pulling peanut &te contrtion o te ooin erie
tion, very clean in and out, cold AC, needs dis- corn wagons. $8,000. Call 334-393-3746 Project:
tributor cap, $3,000. Call 334-798-2302 Ford '97 Ford Pacer Bus: for sale to the highest ll
- Infiniti 2012 G37: 23k miles, fully loaded, blue bidder. The bus may be seen at Enterprise This project includes the materials associated
Swith beige leather interior; navigation sAstem, Adult Care Center, 106 Douglas Brown Circle, with the construction of a 4' gas line that will
SXM radio, heated seates, alloywheels, sunroof, Enterprise, Alabama. Sealed bids must be sent.. extend to the City of Greenwood from the City
onowner, regular maint ncendservce to Wiregrass Rehabilitation Cente,795 Ross of Marianna gas main catedin the Airport In- he cl sifieds for
S Call 334-355i426 ClarkCircle, Dothan, Alabama, by August 30, dustrial Park. Also included is the construction or
$32,000 Call 334 62013, by 4:00 p.m. If you have questions, con- and installation of a 4 regulator station and di-
Nissan 2010 Frontier, X cab, low miles, must tact Mona Meadows (334) 792-0022, Ext. 283. 'ectional drill of 2,200 LF of 4" HDPE gas main.
ell $2400 down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis Tractor 1977 79 Ford 1600series, very good Plans, specifications, and contract documents
S334-714-0028. c' -condition, comes with 12 ft. long dual axle will be made available and open to public in-
Nissan 2012 Maxima, low miles, sun roof, trailer steel frame & box blade, approx 3 yrs. spection at the'office listed above or may be
priced to sell. Call Tavaris 334-618-7989. -old. $3999. 334-703-3611. obtained from:

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James and Sikes James and Sikes Marianna Chapel in Michigan. In lieu of and Martinez administra- ite driver during the races.
Funeral Home Funeral Home Funeral Home flowers contributions can tiors, and at the time of her JuJu's love of food and
Maddox Chapel Maddox Chapel 3960 Lafayette Street be made to Emerald Coast retirement in 1990, she was cooking was apparent to
4278 Lafayette Street 4278 Lafayette Street Marianna, Florida 32446 Hospice 4374 Lafayette the ombudsman for the his friends and family
Marianna, Florida 32446 Marianna, Florida 32446 850-526-5059 Street Marianna, Fl. 32446 Florida Department of Rev- when he served his famous
850.482.2332 850-482-2332 and American Legion Post enue. chicken purloo and pot
241 2102 Legion Road Ann was a long-time roast that was gone in sec-
Pearl Davis Sneads, Florida 32324. member of First Baptist onds after being placed on
Jacqueline Esther O. Lanier-Andler Funeral Church of Tallahassee, the table.
Peacock Home of Sneads, Florida is where she served on the For those who knew JuJu,
Potter Bennett Durden in charge of arrangements. hospitality committee and he was a man of few words
Services for Mrs. Pearl 850-593-9900. as a children's choir volun- who lived life to the fullest
Jacqqeline Potter Ben- Esther O. Durden, 93, of Davis Peacock will be held teer. She was a member of until he became ill. He
nett, 81, of Greenwood Grand Ridge, died peace- today at 10:00 in the Ma- Funeral Home the Tallahassee Garden loved tinkering with cars
died Saturday, July 20, 2013 fully on July 20, 2013 at rianna Chapel Funeral alachee Chel Club, Springtime Tallahas- and working in the auto in-
at Jackson Hospital. home with her family, Home, with Pastor Bill Aalh hap see, the Order of Eastern dustry, especially at Ray's
Funeral services will be where she had remained Elwell officiating. Burial 3322 ApalacheePkwy Star, and a volunteer at the Garage in Marianna, and
at 2 pm Friday, July 26, bed ridden for the past 11 will follow at Riverside (besa0hee 229a9com Historic Old Capitol, the spent many hours camping
2013 at James & Sikes Fu- -years. Cemetery. Florida Governor's Man- in his RV exploring the
neral Home Maddox Chap- Mrs. Durden was a Flori- -Memorial flowers may be sion and the Maclay School Southeast. Many stories
el. Interment will follow at da native and resident of sent to Marianna Chapel Ann Carlisle Library. She enthusiastical- were shared and problems
Greerwood Baptist Church Jackson County. She was a Funeral Home, or dona- Smith ly supported her children solved around the table at
Cemetery with James & wife, mother, grandmoth- tions may be made to the and grandson in their ac- Cohee's cafe during his
Sikes Funeral Home Mad- er, great-grandmother and First United Methodist tivities, most of all, cheer- morning meetings with the
dox Chapel directing. devout Christian for her Church, P. O. Box 1503, Ann Carlisle Smith, 85, ing on the Maclay Maraud- "Coffee Club". The family
The family will receive entire adult life. Marianna, FL 32447. passed away on Saturday, er Baseball Team. She would like to thank their
friends from 1 pm till fu- She was preceded in Marianna Chapel Funer- July 20 in Tallahassee after loved to read, to garden family and friends for all of
neral time, Friday, July 26, death by her parents, Lon- al Home is in charge of ar- a courageous five year bat- and to bake, and was their support during the
2013 at Maddox Chapel. nie and Fannie Owens; rangements. tie with Alzheimer's Dis- known to shower family last few months and extend
Expressions of sympathy brothers, Wesley and Roy Expressions of sympathy ease. and friends with her rum their gratitude to the staff
may be made online at Owens; one sister, Idele may be submitted online at She is survived by her cakes and peanut butter at Panama City- Nursing
www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com Dudley; husband, Ellis www.mariananchapelfh.com. daughter, Becky Smith Lin- cookies. Center and Covenant Hos-
Obert Funeral Home Durden; daughter, Carol er, and her son, William P. Ann was a kind, compas- pice for the care and com-
1556 Brickyard Road Ann; sons, John Gordon Lanier-Andler "Skip" Smith ( Sharon), all sionate; gentle and genteel passion they provided to
Chipley, Florida 32428 and James Edward. Funeral Home of Tallahassee, and her be- lady who loved and was Julian.
850-63812122 She is survived by daugh- 8261 Highway 90 East loved grandson, Will Liner, loved. She will be greatly Funeral services were
www.obertfuneralhome.com ters, Ann Durden, Joan Sneads, Florida of Auburn, Alabama. She is missed. held Monday, July 22, 2013
Myers and husband, Jon 850-593-9900 also survived by a number The family will receive at James & Sikes Maddox
s Myers of Dothan, AL; sons, of cherished nephews, nie- friends in the First Baptist Chapel in Marianna with
FranlCe Ann Henton Earl Durden of Pi A ces, family members and Church Welcome Center Pastor Jack Hollis officiat-
SCut s Panama City, FL and Patricia A dear friends. Ann was on Tuesday, July 23 from 6 ing. Internment Hillcrest
Cu ens Douglas Eugene (Pubby) P yii predeceased by her pa- to 8 p.m. A private family Cemetery, Quincy, Florida
Durden wife, Angie Durden Prouty rents, Annie Rebekah Mor- burial will be held prior to a with James & Sikes Funeral
Frances Ann Cutchens, of Grand Ridge, FL; 11 rison Carlisle and Ralph memorial service on Wed- Home Maddox Chapel di-
63 of Alford, passed away grandchildren, and 22 Mrs. Patricia Ann Prouty, Cary Carlisle, her husbands nesday, July 24 at 2 p.m. at recting.
Sunday, July21, 2013 at her great-grandchildren, age .76, passed away Sun- William P. "Skipper" Smith First Baptist Church of Tal- Pallbearer's include: Will
residence surrounded by Funeral services will be day, July 21, 2013 at her and Raymond Johnson Bo- lahassee. In lieu of flowers, Rogers, Ray Lawrence, Rus
loved ones. Tuesday, July23, 2013 at 4 home in Sneads, Florida. wen, and her brother Ralph the family is requesting ty Lawrence, Leroy. Ste-
Frances was born March p.m. at Cypress Grove As- Mrs. Prouty was a member Cary Carlisle, Jr. donations in Ann's memo-. vens, all of Marianna,
19, 1950 in Washington sembly of God with Rev. of Sneads United. Method- Ann was bom and raised 'ry be made to either the Murraye Seay, Quincy, and
County to Houston and Wayne Fussell and Rev. ist Church. She was also a in Sneads, Florida, where First Baptist Church ofTal- Marlin Seay, Tallahassee.
Eva (Hancock) -Jackson. A Mrs. Marlene Owens offi- member of Moose Lodge she graduated from Sneads lahassee, 108 West College He was preceded in death
lifelong resident of the ciating. Interment will fol- #1026 in Marianna, Florida, High School in 1946. She Avenue, Tallahassee, Flori- by his parents, Audalene
panhandle, she enjoyed low in Cypress Cemetery Eagles Club #4335 in enrolled at The Florida da 32301 or to the Florida Wester and Julian Ward
fishing and doing craftwork with James & Sikes Funeral Eustis, Florida and The State College for Women, State University Garnet Williams Sr.
for the church. She was a Home Maddox Chapel di- American Legion post 241 which became The Florida and Gold Scholar Society, Survivors: wife, Bonnie
member of Rock Hill recting. in Sneads, Florida. She was State University during her 2010 LevyAvenue, Building Alice Blanton Williams,
Church in Chipley. The family will receive a retired cook with the freshman year. As a stu- B, Suite 300, Tallahassee, Marianna; one daughter,
She was preceded in friends Tuesday, beginning Lake County Sheriffs De- dent, Annwas a member of Florida32310. Charity (Gordon)
death by her parents; hus- at 3 p.m., at the church, partment. the Marching Chiefs and Beggs Funeral Homes, Pongratz,Panama City; two
band: Huey L. Cutchens. one hour prior to the serv- Mrs. Prouty is survived' the Flying High Circus, and 3322 Apalachee Parkway, sisters, Audrey Pierce, Pan-
She is survived by her 2 ices at Cypress Grove As-. by three daughters Debra performed with the FSU Tallahassee, FL 32311, ama City, and Martha
sons: Earnest Williford sembly of God. M. Wood of Sneads, Flori- School of Dance. She grad- (850)942-2929 is in charge (Mark) Fletcher, Quincy;
(Terri) of Cottondale, Fl., Inlieu offlowers memori- da, Vicky Saucier and hus- uated in 1950 with a double of arrangements. Please Mother-in-law, .Bonnie
Danny Williford of al contributions may be band Peter of Wayland, major in accounting and sign the guestbook at Blanton, Marianna;
Alford,F1.; 2 daughters: Jan- made in her honour to Michigan, Mary M. Ri- moderndance. www.dothaneagle.com Brothers-in-law, Dr. Wayne
ie Ann Cutchens of Emerald Coast Hospice of chards and husband Roy of Upon graduation, Ann Blanton (Sandy 'Cartee),
Cottoridale, Fl., Kathleen Marianna. Hastings, Michigan. Two worked as.an accountant at James andSikes Tallahassee, and Travis
SStewart of Alford, Fl.; 3 Expressions of sympathy Sons Fred C. Ulrich and The Florida School for the FuneralHome Blanton (Susan), Marian-
brothers: Ervin Jackson of may be made online at wife Susie of Wayland, Deaf and Blind in St. Au- MaddoxChapel na.; Sister-in-law, Fran
Marianna, Fl., Ronald Jack- www.amesandsikesfuneralhomes.com Michigan and George R. gustine before returning to 4278LafayetteStreet Blanton Clearwater; two
son of Youngstown, Fl., Ulrich, Jr. of Sneads, Flori- Tallahassee to work for Marianna, Florida'32446 grandchildren, Robert and
Thomas Jakson of Sneads, da, fifteen grandchildren, Colonel Reid Clifton, Di- 850.482.2332 Reid Pongratz; Numerous
Fl.; 3 sisters: Brenda Jack- forty-one :great' grand hil- rector of the Florida High- nieces, nephews and
son of Chipley, Fl., Emma James and Sikes dren and one great great way Patrol. While working u rfriends.
Highsmith of Punny Hills, FuneralHome granddaughter. for the Highway Patrol, she Juln Ward Expressins of sympathy
FL, Myrtle Lager of Dothan, Maddox Chapel Mrs. Prouty had two spe- met the love of her life, ~A ll:rr may be made online at
Al.; 3 step children: Ethel 4278Lafayette Street cial friends Donna Bares Skipper Smith. Ann and V 1UJ I& JI ., wwwjamesandskesfuneralhomes.cm
Woods, Carol Elsperman, Marianna, Florida 32446 and Thomas Howard. She Skipper were married on .
Michael Dickerson; 26 850-482-2332 was preceded in death by January 2, '1955,and later Julian Ward Williams Jr.,
grandchildren; 29 great her son William Thomas became the proud parents 63, ofMarianna died Friday
grandchildren; 2 great y Ulrich and her beloved of Becky and Skip. July 19, 2013 in Panama
great grandchildren. iViy i rehusband Norman Prouty, During the late 1960s, City, Florida. Julian, better
Services will be held 10 also two brothers, three sis- Ann worked for the known asuJu, to his grand
a.m. Thursday, July 25, Padget ters and one grandson Escambia County delega- kids, nieces and nephews,'
2013 at Rock Hill Church in Lonnie Cranson. tion during the Florida leg- served in the United States
Chipley, Florda with Rev. Funeral services will be Visitation with the family islative session each spring, Army where he completed
Charlie Chavers and Sis. at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 23, will take place Tuesday, Ju- until her college classmate two tours in Vietnam being
Sandra McCallister officiat- 2013 at James & Sikes Mad- ly 23, 2013 from. 5:00 Reubin Askew declared his awarded a Purple Heart.
ing. dox Chapel. Interment will 7:00PM CDT at Lanier candidacy for Governor. He took great pride in serv-
The family will receive follow in the Bethlehem Andler Funeral Home. Ann worked as a volunteer ing his country. JuJu was a
friends 6-8p.m. Wednes- Baptist Cemetery. Services will be, Wednes- with the "Askew-Adams lover of animals and was
day, July 24, 2013 at Rock Expressions of sympathy day, July 24, 2013 at campaign, and upon their devoted to his dog Max
Hill Church. Interment will may be made online at 11:00AM CDT at Sneads election, she went to work who was his constant com-
follow in Kynesville Meth- www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com United Methodist Church for the Askew administra- panion for the past twelve
odist cemetery in with the Rev. Dr. Ernie tion. She remained on the years. He was also an avid Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc.
Kynesville. Obert Funeral Gray officiating. Interment Governor's staff through- NASCAR fan who could be 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna
Home of Chipley directing. will be held at a later date out the Askew, Graham heard rooting for his favor- 850-372-4456

Dozier estateLit L wek, Dennis Farina star of
TThe state Legislature Last week, Detzner
-MUAACi has given the researchers told USF his department | W i s I'M st ir 11
FromPagelA $190,000 for the search doesn't havetheauthority
and exhumation. In June, to grant the exhumation aw & Orde
and has no comment. USF researchers took request.
USF researchers have DNA samples from fam- USF said the' remains
verified the deaths of ily members of boys who are in danger of be-
two adult staff members died decades ago at the ing destroyed and that The Associated Press. guy panache, and audi- Fontana on "Law & Order"
and 96 children between school to try to help solve Detzner is misinterpret- ences loved him for it. during the 2004-06 sea-
1914 and 1973 at the the mystery of which bod- ing the law; Solis stated NEW YORK Dennis "Sometimes you can sons, replacing longtime
Dozier School, located ies were buried on the that the researchers have Farina, a onetime Chica- take those dramatic cast member Jerry Orbach
about 60 miles west of property. found unmarked burials go cop who as a popular roles and maybe interject in the ensemble.
Tallahassee. Records in- U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson and and human remains out- character actor played a a little humor into them, "Law & Order" executive
dicated that 45 individu- Florida Attorney General side of an established TV cop on "Law & Order" and I think the reverse producer Dick Wolf said
als were buried on the Pam Bondi have backed cemetery. during his wide-ranging also works," Farina said he was "stunned and sad-
1,400-acre tract from 1914 USF's attempt to exhume Solis added that the Divi- career, has died. in a 2007 interview with dened to hear about Den-
to 1952 while 31 bodies the bodies. sion of Historical Resourc- Death came Monday The Associated Press. nis' unexpected passing
were sent elsewhere for On Monday, Nelson said es which is under the morning in a Scottsdale, "One of the funny things this morning. The 'Law
burial. That leaves at least USF is interpreting the law Department of State -has Ariz., hospital after Farina in life to me is a guy & Order' family extends
22 bodies unaccounted correctly. the authority to exhume suffered a blood clot in who takes himself very sympathy and condolenc-
for. "The state has ample au- human remains and grant his lung, according to his seriously." es to his family."
The school was plagued thority here," Nelson said. permits to do so. publicist, Lori DeWaal. He Farina's many films Also on TV, Farina was
by scandal almost since its "Their refusal to issue the Another concern, So- was 69. include "Saving Private a regular in the star-stud-
inception; tales ofphysical, permits is just a dodge. The lis said, is that the state For three decades, Fa- Ryan," (1998), "Out Of ded though short-lived
mental and sexual abuse response by USF makes has also taken action rina was a character actor Sight" (1998), "Midnight 2011-12 HBO.horse-track
of the children have been hash out of the state's to sell and redevelop the who displayed remark- Run" (1988), "Manhunter" drama "Luck."
,documented. position." land. able dexterity, charm and (1986), and his breakout Last season, he guest-
toughness, making effec- and perhaps most beloved starred on the Fox
tive use of his craggy face, film, "Get Shorty" (1995), comedy "New Girl." One
Ny 1 saw him flailing in the and cleared the, area of husky frame, ivory smile a comedic romp where he of the sitcom's stars,
N cK water after he jumped swimmers after the and ample mustache. played a Miami mob boss. Jake Johnson, said: "He
into the water. Hatcher incident. He could be as dapper as He recently completed is someone I will surely
Frorn PagelA said lifeguards stabilized No immediate informa- Fred Astaire and as full shooting a comedy film, miss. I looke4 up to him
the man in the water un- tion was available on Wil- of threat as Clint East- "Lucky Stiff." personally and profes-
after the dive. According til an ambulance crew son's condition as of late wood. His gift has been Among his numerous sionally. ... We all will
to Roberts, the lifeguards could arrive to treat him, Monday afternoon. described as wry, tough- TV roles was Detective Joe miss out."


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Kate gives birth

to royal heir

The Associated Press
LONDON It's a boy!
Prince William's wife,
kate, has given birth to a
prince who is now third in
line to the British throne.
The child was born
Monday afternoon, after
nany Britons woke up to t
the news that Kate, also
known as the Duchess of
Cambridge, had gone into
labor with the couple's first
The royal birth an-
inouncemenf said the TEASSOCIAie
boy was born at 4:24 p.m The large waiting irowds cheers as they read the news of the
weighing8 pounds, 6ounc- birth of a new British heir.
es. William was present for -
the birth, the statement formally announcing the less kind people have told
said. The announcement birth placed outside the me in recent months, so I
did not include a name palace's forecourt. am enormously proud and
for the future monarch, "It's a crazy atmosphere, happy to be a grandfather
though one is expected to everyone is getting very ex- for the first time and we are
-be revealed in the comiAg cited," said Andrew Aitchi- eagerly looking forward to
days. son, 47, outside the palace. seeing the baby in the near
S"Her Royal Highness and "It's great to be.pirt of his- future."
her child are both doing tory, to say we were here It could be some time
Svell and will remain in and saw it all happen." before the baby's name is
hospital overnight," it said. William's father, Charles, made public. When Wil-
lliam also issued a brief and his wife, Camilla, liam was born, a week An easel stands inthe forecourt of Buckingham Palace in London carrying an official document
statement, sang "we spoke of theirjoy and pride passed before .his name to announce the birth of a baby boy, at 4:24 p.m. to the Duke and' Duchess of Cambridge at St
ould.not be happier." in becoming grandparents was announced. Charles's Mary's Hospital on Monday. The child is now third in line tothe British throne.
Cries ofjoy erupted from for the first time. name remained a mystery
thewaitingcrowdamassed "It is an incredibly spe- for an entire month. Dianas arms with proud of Kate's pregnancy had years will bring, but the
near Buckingham Palace cial moment for William The royal birth at central father Prince Charles at prompted a change to laws baby can be expectedto
as the news came through, and Catherine and we are London's St. Mary's Hos- their side. ofsuccessiontoensure that become the head of state
and hundreds of onlook- so thrilledfor them on the pital recalled that of the William and Kate's son i adaughter would not be of 16 countries, includ-
ers some of whom had birth of their baby boy, baby's father, William, in expected to follow Charles passed over for the crown ing Britain Australia and
camped outside for hours Prince Charles said in a 1982, at the same hospital. andWilliam to the throne. by a younger brother. Canada. The child ill
crushed against the statement. "Grandparent- Many remember the mo- The baby's gender had No one can tell what also eventually become
palace's fences to catch hood is a unique moment ment when he was carried been of particular inter- political and personal Supreme Governor of the
a glimpse of the bulletin pi anyone's life, as count- out in his mother Princess est because the prospect changes the intervening Church of England.

Frenzied crowds greet Pope Francis in Brazil

The Associated Press main streets in downtown each ofwhomhe kissed on people singing ananthem
Rio through mobs of peo- the cheek. linked to World Youth Day,
RIO DE JANEIRO ple who screamed wildly Reaching the end of the an event uniting hundreds
Frenzied crowds of Roman as he waved and smiled. red carpet full of church of thousands of young
Catholics mobbed the car Many in the crowd looked leaders and other dignitar- faithful from around the
carrying Pope Francis on stunned, with some stand- ies, Francis and the Brazil- globe. Before singing,
IMonday when he returnedd ing still and others sob- ian president paused to the kids robustly. yelled
to his home continent for bin ~oudly,. be serenaded by a choir of. soccer-like -chants in the
the first time as pontiff, IdacleaRangel,a73-year- about three dozen young pope'shonor.
Smbarking on a seven-day. old Catholic, was pressed ~> ~,'.
visit meant to fan the fer- up against a wall and chok- V
~or of the faithful around ing out words through 1i A
he globe. her tears. "I can't travel to
During the pope's -first Rome, but-he came here to rM
Sinutes in Brazil, ecstatic make my country better ...
believers swarmed around THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and to deepen our faith,"
the closed Fiat several People reach out to Pope Francis as he rides in a popemobile she said.
imes when it was forced through Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Monday. At the airport earlier,
o stop by heavy traffic on Brazilian President Dilma
he drive from the airport of a boulevard and missed reached inside. At one Rousseff vigorously shook
to an official pening cer- lanes that had been point, a woman handed Francis' hand after he
emony in Rio's center. A cleaded the pontiff a dark-haired desccended the stairs fol-
few security guards strug- Francis looked calm dur- baby, whom he kissed be- lowing a no-frills charter,
gled mightily to push the ing the frenzy. He rolled fore handing it back. flight that arrived about 4
crowd back in scenes that down the window on the After finally making it p.mi He madeno public
at times looked alarming. back passenger-side of past crowds and blocked statements. The pope was
A city official told Globo the car where he was sit- traffic, Francis switched'to handed two bouquets of
TV that the pope's driver ting, waving to the crowd an open-air popemobile white andyellow flowers
turnedinto the wrong side and touching those who as he toured around the by two adolescent' girls,

Back to school

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My child is ready for school
W ci c but I'm not!
Watching children leave home for thieir very first day of school is always an emotional *
time for parents.After a last goodbye, many mums and dads will spill tears of joy and *
pride, but sometimes those tears can be caused by anguish and worry. Leaving children *
o in the hands of strangers is never easy. *
Parents must prepare themselves in advance So they can keep their composure during *
this big day in the lives of their children. It is helpful to establish the new routine several t
days before school starts. Set the alarm clock to wake up at a reasonable hour and take *
the time to eat breakfast with your children. Practice taking the route to school. In other
Swords, if you get your children used to the new routine, you will probably feel reassured
as well.
In the last days before school starts, and after offering all the support you can give to *
a your children, give.yourself some time to catch your breath. You deserve a break after *.LY
T all the back-to-school rushing around. Relax in a B
: candle-lit bubble bath, go for a walk, and distract Bily B er
Syourself with a good book. Acknowledge your 31 yearsV over
Sfeelings without any judgment, and just try to enjoy He is a long -time resident of
yourself. Jackson County & has 2 wonderful
It is okay to feel nervous, but do try to avoid children &'four grandchildren.
it isn okay to feel nervous, but do try to avoid Billy enjoys the outdoors when
0 becoming overwhelmed by anxiety. This would be he is not busy with his true possion
upsetting to your children. Little boys and girls are selling cars.
very perceptive. By showing that they are in control nWe are proud to have 'Dollar Bill'
of the situation, parents will help their children feel n the Rahol-Miller family.
safe and self-confident. The first day of school is -
certainly a very special time, but it is a normal step *
Sin the life of any child. So relax, keep smiling, and,
: 4above allbe positive. L eee
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