Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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ltuf - ACA5476
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UF00028304:01131

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Building a Foundation for students


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER new civil organization focused teachers can submit grant pro- Foundations through the Con- estimates that Jackson County
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com on making their academic year a posals. If the local Foundation sortium of Florida Education has lost out on $132,000 through
Jackson County students come richer one. has enough mon- Foundations. Each of Florida's the years because of this lack.
to campus to start a new school Aformerteacher ey and approves 67 counties is eligible for a base The money would be used to
year on Aug. 19, but many adults who, now sits on their requests, the of at least $10,000 and additional fund supplies, special programs,
have already been working on the school board, teachers can draw amounts based on their popu- or other things teachers need
their behalf to give them some Charlotte Gardner special dollar-for- lation count, but the Founda- for their students which are not
of the tools they need to have has been work- dollar matching tion.must match every dollar it covered in the county's school
success. ing six years to get grants that would accesses. budget.
Parents and/or other care- Duffee the new Jackson Gardner be funneled to the Although all are eligible for a Three local schools do. have
givers' are getting their school County School Foundation from share of these funds, there's a their own foundation and all
clothes and supplies together. District Education Foundation pot money set aside by the Flor- catch; they must have a local dis- have agreed to come under
The Jackson County School established. After years of frus- ida Legislature. The money in trict-wide foundation to receive the districtwide umbrella as Board is setting a budget to fund tration, the Foundation is now the legislature's Schbol District. and then distribute it. Until now well but can continue those and their core educations, and 21 in place as a 501K non-profit Education Foundation Match- Jackson County was one of only operate independently if they people have signed on to devote organization. ing Grant Program, established a few districts that didn't have
some of their personal time to a Through it, Jackson County in 2001, is funneled to individual one of those. The Consortium See STUDENTS, Page 9A



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The Holmes County Sheriffs Office
reports the recent arrest of several indil viduals stemming from three different incidents over the weekend.
On Satiday, July 20, while onpatrol in
the Pittman community, HCSO deputies
y e dsaw a red Ford Mustang BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER ving recklessly.
dbuckhalter@jcfloridancom Deputies tried to stop
the vehicle, which fled,
Paul Smith started gardening many leading deputies on a
years ago years ago just to get his hands high-speed chase over
and feet dirty; he liked being able to several miles and into
reach down and grab a fistful of earth Miller the next state. The chase
in his hands and breathe its fresh smell ended when the driver ran
in, o feel the soil squish between his into a ditch after crossing
toqes as he walked through a field in his into Geneva County, Ala.
bare feet. The driver, 39-year-old
SBack in Tampa, where he grew up, Ranidy J. Gibson of Harthe'd had a small garden at his moth- ford, Ala., then ran but
er's house. When he and wife Darlene was apprehended after a
moved into this area first to Green- short chase. Gibson was
wood and then into an old farmhouse Chaney transported to the Holin the Malone area he grew enough mes County Jail. He was
food. for the fainily table. She helped charged with fleeing and
him plant and then prepare the harvest attempting to eltide, willfor the freezer. ful and .wanton reckless
The two were loyal customers at the driving, attaching tag not
Jackson County Farmers Market at its assigned, and resisting an
old location on Jackson Street, and seek officer without violence.
ing the bright produce spread out on L Later, also on July 20, a
the tables fed his desire to grow more Gibson deputy conducted a trafof his own. MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN fic stop for equipment
So three years into being a market Paul and Darlene Smith pose for a photo with their granddaughter Barbara at the violations on a black Ford
buyer only, Smith decided to start sell- Marianna City Farmers Market Mustang that was traveling there himself. He grows Yukon and His involvement in the market grew the two had to sandwich their garden ing along Highway 2, near
Russell potatoes, several varieties of. over the years, and so did his wife's. Be- and market duties in between their re- Esto. peppers, along-with beans, cumquats, fore long, he was serving on the Jackson sponsibilities in the work-a-day world When the deptity made
onions, eggplant, cantaloupe, water- County Growers Association board, that brought in dependable paychecks contact with the driver,
melons, cabbage, cucumbers, toma- and she was managing the market. She Harris 32-year-old Victor Brooks
toes, squash and more. did that for a decade. For a long time,. See FARM, Page 9A Wilson of Bonifay, he observed drug paraphernalia in plain view. During a
subsequent Search of the
vehicle, the deputy discovPEE B ered methamphetamine.
PEEK ABOOi s: placed under arrest and transported
Wilson to the Holmes County Jail.
He was charged with posWhile alligators are normally spotted laying low session of methamphetamine, and posin the water, this'gator was sighted on shore in session df drug paraphernalia. a patch of high grass at Florida Caverns State Then on Monday, July 22, a deputy Park Tuesday. If this gator was looking for a good conducted a traffic stop on a white SUV place to sunbathe, he hasn't had much luck lately. that was traveling on Highway 81 near Acording to the University of Florida automated
weather station network, Jackson County's recent Ponce de Leon. cloudy weather has brought over two inches of rain While speaking with the driver and ocin the last four days and over 11 inches during the cupants, deputies smelled marijuana. whole month of July. The current forecast is calling During a subsequent search, deputies for a chance of scattered thunderstorms through found several ounces of marijuana in the Thursday. Because of rising water levels at Florida vehicle, along with drug paraphernalia. Caverns State Park,the swimming canoeing and The driver, 24-year-old Jeb Travis kayaking areashave been closed. Chaney of DeFuniak Springs, and the
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JACKSON COUNTY COn mty Caendar

TODAY fresh fruits and vegetables grown by local )) "Senior Singles" Meeting 6-8 p.m. at Marla Marianna City Farmer's Market -7 am.- noon farmers. 'anna First United Methodist Church Wesley Center
at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh }}Spring/Summer Clothing Sale -9 a.m.-1 p.m. (behind the post office, facing Lafayette St.). Single Publisher Valeria Roberts fruits and vegetables grown by local farmers. at St. Anne Thrift Store, St. Anne Catholic Church in seniors age 50 and older are invited for games,
vroberts@jcfloridan.com Marianna. Call 482-3734. food,prizes and speakers. No charge. Donations
a Panhandle Public Library Cooperative System accepted; proceeds fund charitable endeavors of
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski Work Group Meeting 9 a.m. at 2862 Madison Area Agency on Aging for N. Fla. Board/Ad- Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation. Call 526doberski@jcfloridan.com St. in Marianna. Call 482-9296. visory Council Meeting 10:30 a.m. EDT at 2414 4561
SSpring/Summer Clothing Sale -9 a.m.-1 p.m. Mahan Drive, Tallahassee. Public welcome. Call 850aSprmng/Summer Clothing Sale 9 a.m.-1 p. m. 48-05 oemibunledrfasog Celebrate Recovery Tp.rn.at Evangel Worship
CONTACT US at St. Anne Thrift Store, St. Anne Catholic Church in 488-0055 or email burnsl@elderaffairs.org. Celebrate Recovery- 7 .m. at Eangel worship
Center, 2645 PebbleHill Road in Marianna. Adult,
Telephone: 850526-3614 Marianna. Call 482-3734. Chipola Civic Club Meeting-noon at The Oaks teen meetings to"overcome hurts, habits and
FAX: 850-482-4478 )) Orientation Noon-3 p.m. at Goodwill Career Restaurant, Highway 90 in Marianna. The COCC's hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m.Child care available. Call
FAil: 850 c Training Center, 4742 Highway 90, Marianna. Learn focus is the local community, "Community, Children 209-7856, 573-1131.
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com about and register for free services. Call526-0139. & Character". Call 526-3142. Alcoholics Anonymous Open meeting 89
Mailing Address: ) Sewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior )) Job Club Noon-3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career p.m. in the AAroom of First United Methodist
P..Bx50 aina F 24 .Cut Training Center, 4742 Highway 90, Marianna. Learn
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447 Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call Training Center, 4742 Highway 90 Marianna. Learn Church, 2901 Caledoriia St. in Marianna.
Street Address: -5028 job seeking/retention skills;.get job search assis482-08",
443Constitution 482-502.8 tance. Call 526-0139. ass
4403 Constitution Lane Employability Workshop "Mock Interview- ance. Call 526013SATURDAY, JULY 27.
Marianna,FL3244-a Employability Workshop "Coping With UnemMarianna, FL32446 ing" 2:30 p,m.t the Mariana One Stop Career ployment 2:30p.m at the Marianna One Stop Marianna City Farmer's Market-7 am.-noon at
.-Office Hours:,, Center 30636m Higwa the Mainn One StopVs ply
Weekdays, 8a.m. toC enter, 4636 Highway 90 in Mariannall 718-0326. Career Center, 4636 Highway 90 in Marianna. Visit Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits
))WeekdaysAlcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 89 EmployF Qridacom to register or call 718-0326. and vegetables grown by local farmers.
Aloolc Annmu Ope Meein i Smkn8"w9as/upr Gop Free Car Wash for Senior Citizens 8 a.m. to
MISS YOUR PAPER? p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Qit Smoking Now Class/Support Grop Fre r W fr eo Citi 8 m. to
,Chi 5:30pm. at Jackson HospitalCafeteria Board 12 p.m. atAdvance Auto Parts, 4720 Highway 90
You should receive your newspaper no later. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna Freetoatten urrcuumdeveopedbyex East; Marianna. Open to all seniors 65 and older.
Roam. Free to attend. Curriculumdeveloped by.ex- at aina pnt l eir 5adodr
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- smokers for those whdwant to become ex-smokers Sponsor: St. Joseph Masonic Lodge No. 99.
iion between 6 a.m: and noon, Tuesday to WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 themselvIes. Call 482-6500. ))18th White, Purdee and Spires Biennial ReFriday, and 7 a.m. toll a.m. on Sunday. The a Certified Pile Burner's Course 8:30 a.m.- Jackson County Habitat for Humanity union July 26-28 at Citizen Lodge in Marianna.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) 4:30 p m. at the Jackson County Agriculture Annual Corporate Meeting 6 p.m. at the Saturday: 7 a.m, Dutch-treat breakfast (Po Folks); is published Tuesday through Friday and Conference Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Avenue in Jackson County Habitat Board Room, 4736 8:30a.m. bowling; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. a day at the uy Marianna. Learn how to burn piles legally, safely Highway 90, Marianna.The purpose of the mrneeting park with games, food and events/competitions:
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid, and efficiently Cost i.$50, registration is required. is to introduce officers and board members for and an evening Hawaiian luau with ceremonies and at Marianna, FL. Training conducted by the Florida Forest Service the corningyear, discuss goals for 2013-2014. and talent shows.
and UF/IFAS Extension. Call 482-9620. recognize the citizens of Jackson County who make )) FWC is offering a Free Hunter Safety Interneta Jackson County TouristDevelopment Council the ministry successful. Bring a covered dish and tCompletion Course -8 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Chipola SUBSCRIPTION RATES Meeting- 10 a.m. at the Russ House, 4318 Lafay- join in the fellowship. Call 482-21p7. College Firing Range, 3052 Calhoun Road, MariHome delivery: $11.23 per month; $32..83 ette St., Marianna. Call 482-8060. 6th Agnual Summer Concert Series featuring anna. Must complete the Internet course before for three months; $62.05 for six months; a Aloholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon- Dry Creek- 7-9 p.m. at Madison Park in Marianna. class, bring a copy of the final report to class. Final and $123.45 for one year.All prices include 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist This free event is presented by Jackson County report-form does not have to be notarized. Children applicable state and local taxes.Mail Church, 2901 Caledonia St.in Marianna. Parks and Recreatioi arid Main Street Marianna. under theage of 16 must be accompanied by an applicable state and local taxes. Mail adult. Bring pencil and paper to class. Visit MyFWC.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail n Internet/E-mail Basic Computer Class Part Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion com/HunterSafety or call 850-265-3676.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months 2 -Noon-3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career Training 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church; 2901 Calesubsptions are $46.12for three months Center, 4742 Highway 90; Marianna. Free class donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance a 23rd Annual Andrew and Rebecca Cobb
$92.24~~~~~to do i ots nd$8.7froerinking; Worley Reunion 9 a.m. at the Banifay, Ag Center,
$92.24 for six months and $184.47 for one teaches basic use of the internet, how to send and limited to persons with a desire tostop drinking; Worley Reunion 9 a.m at the Bonifay, Ag Center, year. receive e-mails and how to protect your computer. paperswill not be signed. Highway 90 in Bonifay. All family members and
Call 526-0139. friends are invited to attend. Bring a well-filled food
ADVERTISING Jbasket and family pictures for a time of reminiscing
S)) Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees Regular FRIDAY, JULY 2 6 and fellowship. Entertainment is planned. Call 547The advertiser agrees that the publisher Monthly Finance Committee and Board, Meet- Knitters Nook 10 a.m.at the Jackson County 9282, 263-4744 or 263-3072. shall not be liable for damages arising ings -5p.m. in-the Hudnall Building Community Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and experi- a Women's Self-Defense Class -10 a.m.-noon
out of errors and advertisements beyond Room. Call 718-2629. enced knitters are welcomed. Call 482-9631. at Williams Martial Arts, 4421Constitution Lane in
the amountpaid for the space actually a18thWhite, Purdee and Spires Biennial Re- Marianna. Instructor Alisha Jones will teach basic
occupied by that portion ofthe advertise- THURSDAY, JULY 25 union July 26-28 at Citizen Lodge in Marianna. safety and preventive techniques. Cost is $5 per

ments in which the error occurred, whether a Marianna City Farmer's Market 7 a.n.- ,Friday: 5 p.m. fish fry social, followed by a basketball person for females age 16 and older. Call 850-899such error is dueto the negligence of the noon at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase game. 1611.
publisher's employees or otherwise, and Thesubmission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna. there shall be not liability for non-insertion of any advertisement beyond the
amount paid for such advertisement. This POiCe ROilnduip
newspaper will not knowingly accept or Marianna Police Department four burglar alarms, one robbery alarm, six n David Wilkerson, 32, 318 West Monroe
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- traffic stops, two larceny complaints, one St., Thomasville, Ga., fugitive from justice
ing which expresses preference based on The Marianna Police Department listed criminal mischief com- (Georgia).
legally protected personal characteristics is the following incidents for July 22, the plaint, one civil dispute, Joseph Goodman, 23, 1994 Park Ave.,
not acceptable. latest available report: One abandoned two trespass complaints, Sneads, possession of marijuana-less than
vehicle, one reckless driver, two suspicious one follow-up investiga- 20 grams.
HOWTO GET1YOUR persons, one escort, one highway obstruc- ME tion, three suicide attempts, a Herbert Robinson, 38, 4239 Orlando
NEWS PUBLISHED tion, two burglar alarms, eight traffic stops, one animal complaint, one Ave., Brooksville, violation of county
one obscene or threatening phone call, two assist of a motorist or pe- probation.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish follow-up investigations, one animal com- destrian, one child abuse complaint, three n Angelo Hadley, 22, 12307 Lang Shaw news of general interest free of charge. plaint, one assist of a motorist or pedes- public service calls, two criminal registra- Drive, Thonatassaviolation of conditional Submit your news or Community Calendar trian, one retail theft, one assist of another tions, one welfare check, three transports, release. events via e-mail, faxmail, or hand delivery, agency and two 911 hang-ups. two threat/harassment complaints and a Amy Griffin, 29, 613 Mid Park Ave.,
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, one 911 hang-up. Bonifay, failure to appear (issuing worthanniversary and birth announcements.. less check).
Forms are available at the Floridan offices: Jackson County Sheriff's Office Jason Grissett, 36, 2457 Sapp Road, CotPhotographs must be of good quality and The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and Jackson County tondale, driving while license suspended or
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the county fire/rescue reported the following CorreCtional Facility revoked.
rightto edit all submissions. incidents for July 22, One accident, three Tn Ivy Curry, 50, 307 East PennsylvaGErTING IT RIGHT abandoned vehicles, two reckless drivers, The following persons were booked into nia Ave., Bonifay, fugitive from justice
one suspicious vehicle, three escorts, three the county jail during the latest reporting (Alabama). The Jackson County Floridan's policy highway obstructions, two physical distur- periods: Jail Population:224
is to correct mistakes promptly. To bances, four verbal disturbances, two fire n Adelfo Montejo, 46, 4737 Wilson St., To Jail Cop at 20
report an error, please call 526-3614 calls-one with police response one drug Marianna, driving under the influence, no report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 oar local law enforcement agency.To report a wildlife violation.
Monday-Friday. offense, 10 medical calls, one traffic crash, valid driver's license. call l-888-404-FWCC (3922).






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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOCAL & STATE WEDNESDAY, JULY 24,2013 3AFSneads FFA takes center stage at state convention

Special to the Floridan

Fourteen students from
the Sneads FFA Chapter attended the State FFA Convention this past June.
The chapter took center stage for several award
recognitions. The Agricultural Communications and
Agricultural Sales and
Service teams were recognized for their state winning accomplishments
from this past spring by Alan Toole onstage as a proficiency finalist., receiving their first-place.
trophies.
Also, Shelby Lawrence
won the state-title in Extemporaneous Speaking at
the convention Shelby and
both state-winning teams SUBMITTED PHOTOS
will be competing for na- Agricultural Sales and Service Team: Cole Hamilton, Destinee Douthit, Ashleigh Tharpe and
tional titles this October Georgia Pevy. Not Pictured: Nick Goodwin.
in Louisville, KY at the National FFA Convention.
The Sneads Parliamentary Procedure team placed
second and the Ag. Business Team placed third
at the state finals. The
Sneads FFA also placed
fifth in the Fresh from
FAAE President, Stan Scurlock, gives the FAAE Annual Report.
Florida Agriculture Advocacy Program.
The chapter excelled in
others areas during the
year and was awarded for
its hardworkat the convention. The chapter received the 100 percent membership award along with
a $500 dollar grant and
was also recognized as
one of Florida's Premier K,
Chapters.
There were five Agricultural Communications Team members Shelby LawState Degree and four rence, Lindsey Locke and Taylor Reed. Georgia Pevy receives the FAAE Outstanding Student Award.
American Degree re- Sneads FFA. Feeder Swine Production. Association of Agricul- the Year during the con- winners and, best wishes
cipients recognized at Alan Toole was a State Georgia Pevy was also tural Educators' (FAAE) vention. Congratula- to the state winners at
the convention from the Proficiency Finalist, in recognized as the Florida Outstanding Student of tions to all of the awards nationals.



Regional unemployment up slightly in June School board to host

All 5 counties employmentwas 7,521,900 public hearing Tuesday
i rates ___ Worfo Boardin June 2013, an increase of
seeurl tRatesforJun 9,300 jobs over the month.
Special to13 the 2oda Jun 2 The unemployment Specialto the Floridan The meeting will take
6 to th F C rate for the Chipola Work- place in the board room
Sp3calt 5,8 7. force Board Region (Cal- At 5:01 p.m. on Tues- of the JCSB offices at 2903
The Chipola Regional 60 houn, Holmes, Jackson, day, the Jackson County Jefferson St. in Marianna.
Workforce Board has re- 56.2 7.6 Liberty and Washington School Boardwill convene For more information,
ported state and regional for] counties) was 6.6 percent, for a public hearing. call JCSB at 482-1200.unemployment numbers Cip Region .6 6 82 a slight increase over- The board will meet for
for June. all. This was 1.6 percent- the purpose of adopt-
Florida's seasonally ad- age points lower than the ing the tentative bud- .
justed unemployment rate 8.8 percent a year ago. The There were 665,000 job- region's rate a year ago. get and millage rates for ,i t ,4 was 7.1 percent in June state's May.and June rates less Floridians out of a Out of a labor force of 2013-2014. 2013, holding steady over were the lowest since Sep- labor force of 9,416,000. 49,359, there were 3,274 Members of the public ,
the month, but down 1.7 tember 2008, when it was 7 Florida's seasonally adjust- unemployed region are welcome to attend. M
percentage points from percent. ed, total nonagricultural residents.

GAS WATCH
Marineland's new mayor reigns over 4 residents Gas aTH
Gas prices are going up. Here are
the least expensive places to buy
The Associated Press created in the late 1930s mals," Hadeed said. "They 32, has a biology doctorate gas i Jackson County, as of
to facilitate the develop- asked for, and got, the east degree from the University Tuesday afternoon.
MARINELAND- The mient of the world's first boundary of the town ex- of Florida and is one of the 1$354 BP Station, 5410 River
population of the town oceanarium, according to tending out three miles town's five permanent res- Road Sneads
of Marineland ebbs and Flagler County Attorney Al into the Atlantic Ocean, to idents. Most of her time is 2. $3.54 Dar-Bee's Quick Stop,
flows, rising and) fall- Hadeed, who is also a local the territorial limits of the spent studying starlet sea 6189 Hwy 90, Cypress
ing as graduate students historian. United States." anemones and how their 3. $3.54, Loves Travel Center,
and marine research- The creation of the town Today the town of stem cells switch from 2510 Hwy 231, Cottondale
ers move into the Whit- was based on a request to Marineland is pushing general to specific "single $355, Dixie Food & Gas 1757
ers mov Hwy 231 S, Alford
ney Lab dormitories and the governor from Come- forward with a scientist at use cells" the ones that 5. $3.59, Bascom General. 2725
leave when their work is lius Vanderbilt Whitney, the helm. Leslie Babonis, sting. Basswood Road, Bascom
completed. Ilya Tolstoy grandsonn of 6. $3.59,Chevron, 4153
The town had 16 resi- Russian novelist Leo Tol- ,, :, Lafayette..St. M-rianna.
dents according to the stoy) and George Burden, ." ."$.59 KME I,,592 0thSt
2010 U.S. Census, but town who was then a member of .'- .,,Malone
officials today say a more the board of the American Mon. C(E) 7/22 '' !2 36 467- :.0~32 8. $3.59, Mobil Food Mart, 2999
accurate count of "perma- Museum of Natural His- Mn ()-: ,:0 9 6740 :Jefferson St. Marianna.
nent residents" is five, tory, Hadeed said. ()- -- --- tyusealwrpie
Its name conjures iconic "They wanted to do T-ue: (E), ',7/23 3-1- 1-3-1-9 Not availableIfosealwroc. images of the first-of-its- something scientifically Tue., (M) 3-1-2 : 5-1-0-8. : oact tore Floridan necom
kind underwater movie and educationally unique -!,Wed. (CE) ,.7/17 2-0-:i1 8---7 ,3-9-1i-20-25 aedtiajforanc.
studio and tie town was related to marine ani- Wed:. CM) 0-1-4 9-9-1-5 -:; ,i i
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Special to the Floridan p.m. on the last F riday of Sat," tM) /0 78-43 8-3-5-8 ', 2--8-33 ___________ 80.42.85
each month. Singles age C~). 8-- 7337
Marianna's Gathering 50 and older are invited Sun..(CE) 7/21- 6-9-8 0-7-9-2 t-6-13-3-36
Place Foundation recently for games, food, prizes and Sun. (M) 5-3-4 7-8-4-6announced that its month- guest speakers. ly Senior Singies group has There is no charge to at- E = Evening drawing, M= Midday drawing
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The Associated Press port that alleged dozens of
consensual and multiple
LAKELAND More than forced sexual encounters
200peopleattendedatown involving more than 20
hal meeting Monday night officers and city workers.
about the embattled Lake- LPD has launched its own
land Police Department. investigation, which city
Residents told city lead- officials have estimated
ers how they felt about the will take several more
department's many issues: weeks to complete.
namely sex scandals, com- In addition, the departplaints about improper ment has been repeatedly
searches and botched criticized by State Attorney
criminal cases involving Jerry Hill. Since March 26,
officers accused of altering Hill has sent six letters to
sworn statements used in Police Chief Lisa Womack,
court. including one for a widely
Billy Townsend, who publicized "bra-shaking"
writes columns for a web- traffic stop search and. site, Lakeland Local, asked another involving the sex- m m
numerous questions, in- scandal debacle.
cluding whether there Three officers resigned ...
would be any leadership before they were fired for THEASSOCIATED PRESS
changes at City Hall. their part in the scandal.TEASCTDPRS c'hes ctureityHrivd Tthers erte firedan. Nearly a dozen police officers in Lakeland are under investigatiQn after state and local officials uncovered a widespread sex "The culture thrived Two others were fired and scandal that has unfolded over eight years. A civilian crime analyst for the department says she had consensual and sometimes under this leadership," have said they will appeal coerced sex with the officers. Townsend'said. "Why does Womack's decision to fire
anyone think it will change them. have resigned. Eileen Holden were ap- found numerbus instances The FDLE is currently
under this leadership?" Meanwhile, the co-chairs The Ledger of Lakeland pointedjuly 12 to co-chair of sexual misconduct by conducting a second The current sexual mis- of an advisory commission reported Monday that the group. But the two LPD officers, which have criminal investigation reconduct allegations were formed to help the depart- Lakeland businessman resigned Monday. resulted in several resigna- lating to the sexual mismade public last month in ment as it tries to recover Joe P Ruthven and Polk The Florida Depart- tions and firings in recent conduct case within the a State Attorney's Office re- from its recent problems State College President ment of Law Enforcement weeks. department.



Beach communities urge safety after 3 drownings

TheAssociatedPress swimming in this water." have responded to more the west coast, the tranquil burn University basketball cation and they are going Beach safety and rescue than 500 calls to assist surf along the Gulf Coast star Korvotney Barber of to get into the water," he PENSACOLA Parents experts say that sort .of swimmers in distress since appears nonthreaten- Manchester, Ga., drowned said.
Steve and Jamie Colbert vigilance can be the dif- the busy tourist season ing and that often causes off Panama City Beach Another problem is wellkept a constant watch ference between life and began March 1. Beaches swimmers to become over- and Troy Underwood of meaning bystanders going Tuesday as their sons death for tourists visiting throughout the Panhandle confident, he said. Rex, Ga., drowned in the into the water to try and played in the-gently rolling the deceptively: treacher- posted red flags on SatZ "You canstep off a sand- same area. Jeremy Aaron help a distressed swimmer, surf off Pensacola Beach. ous beaches of Florida's urday urging people to bar and suddenly be up to Johnson of New Orleans he said. I
Despite the relatively northern Panhandle. stay out of the rough surf, your shoulders in, water drowned the same day on "The person they are trysmall waves and the lure of Three men, including a but his lifeguards still had and then a waves come, a stretch of beach off Na- ing to rescue is panicked, the warm and inviting surf, former Auburn, University multiple rescues, Green- you are no longer touching varre between Pensacola scared to death and be'the parents weren't taking basketball star, drowned wood said. the bottom and you start and Destin. gins. to cling to them and
any chances. in the region on Saturday "Most-people are inexpe- ..to panic," he said. Capt. John Kibler, a pull them under," he said.
Jamie Colbert made the and dozens more were fienced swimmers. They The region increased 25-year-veteran of the Kibler urged people to call
10 and 12-.year-old boys pulled from the rough surf may know how to swim in lifeguards and beach pa- Panama City Beach fire 911 and wait for rescue watch a video about the by rescuers. Although the a pool or a lake, but this is trols after a record 11 department, said. tour- crews. dangers of rip currents on area has worked hard in an entirely different thing," drownings In 2002 along ists sometimes ignore the their drive down from their the last decade to improve he said. the 30-mile stretch that warning flags because they
St. Louis home. safety by increasing life- Often the Gulf appears encompasses Pensacola want to spend their limited
"We love our kids," Steve guards and other beach safe and inviting, on the Beach and the Gulf Islands vacation time in the water.h Colbert said after admon- patrols, drownings remain surface, but shifting sands' National Seashore. Five "Over the years, I have Phillip
ishing the boys to stay a problem. and undertow are incredi- people drowned on one had people say that they
closer to shore. They only Dave Greenwood, the bly dangerous, Greenwood summer day in 2003 in have come d6wn for the come down here once a Pensacola Beach safety di- said. Compared to the big nearby Destin. week and spent so much
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online health exchange

TheAssociated Press ing what the outcome will be but the
resource will hopefully allay some of the
MIAMI In less than three months, fears," said Renard Murray, a regional uninsured Floridians will be able to pur- administrator with the Centers for Medichase medical insurance online under a care and Medicaid Services.
new federal health law. Making sure av- The federal government's marketing rage citizens understand how it works strategy includes everything from doorwill be a Herculean task accompanied by to-door walks, working with churches, a massive marketing blitz promoting the partnering with local mayors and a biggest expansion of the social safety net massive social media presence, includsince Medicare. ing phone apps, Facebook and Twitter
Hundreds of thousands of Florida resi- campaigns.
dents making less than $49,000 a year Recently, Murray was wrapping up a will be eligible for federal money to help presentation for students at Florida Inpurchase their own insurance through ternational University in Miami, one of online health exchanges under the Af- nearly a dozen presentations he'd done fordablV Care Act. The new marketplac- over three days, along with a half dozen es, which are open for enrollment this media interviews.
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS Qctober, will have the feel of an online In Broward County, state Rep. Richard Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is struggling to repair his image as a conservative standard-bearer travel site where individuals and families Stark is working with several other lawafter the potential 2016 presidential candidate pushed the Senate to approve an immigration can compare private insurance plans. makers on a campaign to help educate overhaul that's been panned by some on the right who could be crucial to his future. Health insurers will spend millions on and enroll residents. Stark, who is also ads pushing their plans and the federal an insurance agent, is already getting government is also launching a multi- calls from confused constituenitsand inmillion dollar campaign, targeting li- surance clients.
braries, gyms and concerts. Health clin- "All these people started saying, 'I
ics and non-profits will also be joining thought I didn't have to do anything, that
-the advertising MM* I would just start getting Obamacare,"
ra ctivs That means Florida residents are about said the Weston Democrat.
to get hit with a ton of information de- Seventy-eight percent of uninsured signed to walk them through the enroll- adults doiYt know about opportunities The Associated Press Rubio didn't win over ment process, but the feds and insurers that will be available to them in 2014 un"It's not like Ws everyone, but his involve- must also find a way to package the in- der the Affordable Care Act, according to
WASHINGTON Sen. spea/ngto afoein ment was seen as partly formation so it doesn't end up confusing Enroll America, a nonprofit group sponMarco Rubio is renewing responsible for the much residents even more. scoring a national campaign that includes
his outreach to tea party, audien.e He's speaking friendlier initial response "People are a little bit intimidated home visits and passing out brochures at supporters and his advo- to hisfamily" from conservatives to the not knowing what to expect, not know- farmers rfiaikets and churches.
cacy for GOP causes as Niger Innis, legislation compared to D ad__harged _indeath
he struggles to repair his tea party strategist Congress' last attempt to
image as a conservative write a comprehensive irstandard-bearer. Labor Department. migration bill, which failed DcriJ
The shift comes after the The' tea party meeting in 2007.

potential 2016 presidential was bringing together sev- Throughout, Rubio ras of candidate pushed the Sen- eral lawmakers and repre-" largely flying solo. The oth-, gati on aovea bilx tht' tea1* pat raiain n h il- n.Jh c f2 y a -o d Ni j i bo
ate to approve an -imi- sentatives of a variety of er Republican authors of grfiion overhaul bill that's tea party organizations and the bill -Sens. John Mcbeen panned by some on other conservative groups, Cain and Jeff Flake ofArizo- TheAssociated Press and investigators deter- abuse hotline in 2011 the right who could be cm- including Ithe anti-tax na and Lindsey Graham of mined the children were alleged problems that
cial to his future. Americans for Tax Reform South Carolina couldn't MIAMI A. 2-yeai-old not safe in her home. It's ranged from dirty diapers
Rubio was joining con- and 60 Plus. Association, match Rubio's .bona fides Miami-area boy is, dead unclear ifVillegas has re.- and cockroaches throughservative activists Tuesday which advocates on is- or his popularity with the and his father is charged tailed an attorney out the couple's Miami at a meeting of the Senate's sues relevant to the elderly tea party, and largely 'left with throwing him against Jayden 'is the latest of area home to .marijuana tea party caucus, putting While tea party activists the conservative outreach a bedroom wall and kill- several children who had smoking in'front 'of the him in a room with repre- said they were frustrated to him. That put Rublo far ing him just one month contact with the Depart- 'children and Villegas hitsentatives of grassroots ac- with Rubio's advocacy for out on a limb with the bill, after investigators had re- meant of Children and ting the children's mother, tivists who helped fuel his the Senate bill, which has) which passed the Senate moved the child from his Families and later died. Lourdes Morales, 24. In Senate victory in 2010. been rejected by fouse on a strong bipartisan vote mother's care. DCF Secretary David both case an investigaThe Florida senator, Speaker John Boehner, R- of 68 to 32 last month. Angel Villegas, 29, who Wilkins .abruptly resigned tor visited the home and considered a. .formidable Ohio,'many'said they still Almost immediately,'the is charged with second- last week and his chief determined the children ,presidential', candidate in view the senator as a stal- legislation was rejected by degree murder, threw, of staff resigned a week were not in danger. 2016 if he seeks the White wart on benchmark issues House conservatives, leav- Jayden" Villegas-Morales earlier. Villegas, a former foster
House, spent months ad- like federal spending and ing its future unclear and., across a bed because he "This is a complicated child himself, admitted vocating for a comprehen- opposition to the health Rubio's efforts potentially was annoyed after the family situation and we to having anger issues sive. imigration reform 'care law. frustrated. child became sick, ac- are only beginning to ex- and said, he wanted counproposal but has been "It's not like he's speaking In the weeks since the bill cording to Miami-Dade amine what could have seling, but it's unclear largely absent from lobby- to a foreign audience. He's cleared the Senate, Rubio's police. Jayden hit his head been done differently to whether he got-it, according. efforts since the pro- speaking to' his- family," silence on the billhas been on the wall and suffered change 'the tragic out- in' to DCF records. cess moved to the House. said, Niger Innis, a chief impossible not to notice. serious brain injuries con- come of this case ... the The investigator in that Instead, he has returned strategist for the TeaParty. Rubio's aides insist the sistent with being shaken tough work we are doing case, lean Lacroix, was, to conservative causes he net, which is helping plan senator i's not trying to dis-. to death, police said. The now to understand the arrested a year later on has supported in the past, the meeting. tance himself from the im- toddler was hospital- circumstances that led to charges that he was having
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in a recent address that a free press is essential to
democracy. At the same time, Mr. Obama's administration has conducted the most far-reaching campaign
against leaks in recent memory, with twice as many
prosecutions as in all previous administrations combined. While both of these ideas may be strongly held
by the president, they are coming into conflict.
There has always been a delicate balance between
secrecy and the public's need.to know what the government is doing and how decisions are reached. The O
volume of classified information has exploded in the
digital age, and so has the number of people authorized
to access it. The urge of government officials to talk be
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maintaining this balance between secrecy and open-b
ness, but we worry that, in all thehysteria ovet leaks, it he Affordable Care Act Boehner sent out a press.release
may tip too much to one side. originallypassed the House claiming "bipartisan opposition to
A discouraging sign came in the July 19 decision of in 2009 with 220 votes all but a partisan train wreck."
the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, which held one of them Democrats. Recently Seemingly unsteadied by a turn of
that New York Times reporter James Risen had no privi- 251 members of the House, includ- events that included his own threat
lege uider the First Amendment that would allowhim ing 22 Democrats, voted to post- to veto himself, Obama took to
to refuse to testify about a confidential source in a leak pone foroneyear implementation the White House EastRoom for an
investigation. Mr. lisen's argument that he should not of the heart of the act the indi- D T r Obamacare pep rally. The Republibe compelled to testify in a'case involving aformer CIA vidual mandate to purchase health Byjron ork cans were clearly on his mind.
official was supported by manynews media organiza- insurance. Ifthis were any other -- "Yesterday, despite allthe evitions, including The WashiigtonPost, and he has vowed. issue, liberal commentators might to -one House GOP aide, was to dence that the law is working the to appeal the ruling, see a governing majority emerging emphasize that "the president can't way it was supposed to for middleIf allowed to stand, the ruling could jeopardize the in favor of delaying Obamacare. just determine which laws he's go- class Americans,,Republicans in ability of reporterstd protect the identity of sources,-a In the last couple of years; House ing to follow and when he's going to the House of Representatives voted vitaltoolfor journalistic inquiryAsJudge Roger Greg- Republicans have voted over and follow them." for nearlythe40thtime-- to
ory wrote in a dissent, "The public, of course, does not over to repeal the president's health Even though it was largely moot, dismantle it," the president said. have a right to see all classified information held by our care plan. It gt to be routine. Not Obama took the move seriously "We've got a lot of problems this government. But public debate on American military long ago, however, the Obam-. enough to take the somewhat odd country and yet, instead were
and intelligence methods is a critical element of.public acare battle took a turn toward the action of threatening to veto a refighting these old battles." oversight of our government. Protecting the reporters' bizarre. bill that would duplicate his own Perhaps the battles would indeed
privilege ensures the informed public discussion of The cause was the administra- policy. And when theWhite House be old if Democrats had written a important moral, legal and strategic issues.'" ion's decision to delayby one year argued that the postponement law that went into effect ayear or
The Risen case underscores the need to write into fed- the mandate requiring big busi- legislation "would cost millions of even two years after it was passed. eral law a shield for the news media. Some 49 states arid nesses to provide health coverage hard-working middle-class families ButObamacare became law more the District of Columbia have established media shield for employees orpay a fine. The the security of affordable health than three yearsago and still hasn't laws or recognized such privileges in court. A good White House acted in res onse coverage and care they deserve" gone into effect. Of course the place to start on the federal level is with legislation re- to complaints frombusiness remember the bill would sim- battle is still going on. cently introduced by Sens. Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y., owners, who called the mafntlate ply codify an action Obama had '- Nowthe House billsgo to the and Lindsay 0. Graham, R-S.C.While the proposed law. burdensome. already taken the White House's Democratic-controlled Senate,
would not offer absoluteprotection, it would infroduce So Republicans thought: What position veered into the surreal. where they will die. But Repuba "balancing test" for a court to use before compelling about all those individuals out The House voted on July 17, ar.d licans will try to ensure a noisy ,disclosure froma reporter. The test would take into there who believe the mandate in the end 35.Democratsvoted death. "We-can make sure it doesn't
account the public interest in the disclosure and in requiring them to buy coverage or in favor of the president's delay, get bottled up'in committee," says maintaining the free flowof information. This should pay a fine is just as burdensome? while 160voted againstit. It's one Senate GOP aide, "and then' restrain overzealous prosecutors 'rom roping journal- As the GOP saw it, the White House hard to interpret exactly what that t attach it something'on the ists into leak prosecutions and sustain the uneasy but listened to big business but ignored means, but it doesn't seem good for floor." That means there will at least essential balance between secrecy and openness. the little guy. Obama. 'be some debate on the delays, even
So Republicans came up with The second part of the GOP though Majority Leader Harry Reid
..a two-part strategy that would, strategy was introducing the bill. will never allow a vote on them.
Contc your e rentatives among other goals, sound out that would delay the individual And after that? Republicans don't
_.. O SHouse Democrats' attitudes toward 'mandate the same way Obama had quite know. Butthey are confident
Florida Legislature 'Obamacare less than three months delayed the employer mandate. that the coming implementation
before it is to become a reality in. The purpose, Speaker John Boeh- of Obamacare willfgive them more State Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 5 American life. ner'said in a special floor appear- chances to undermine the health
District Office: First, Republicansintroduced a ance; was "to make sure families care law. "We had these twovotes,'
Administration Building, Room 186 bill that would write into lawwhat and individuals get the same break says the GOP House aide, '"because
Chipola College the president had already done by from Obamacare that the president the president gave us an opportu3094 Indian Circle fiat that is, delay the employer wants for big businesses." The 22 nity to take another whack at it."
Marianna, FL 3Z446-1701 mandatea year. That seemed un- Democratic votes in favor of the
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www.MyFloridaHouse.gov but the serious point, according doesn't look good for the president. The Washington Examiner.

State Sen.. Don Gaetz, R-Distrilct 1

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Destin, FL32541 Tconfess I've been doing some honesty, fair play, and the common
850-897-5747 yelling at the TV I keep hearing good; the sense of politics as public
Gaetz 866-450-4366 (toll free) -.1that we have to have a "national service."
www.FLSenate.gov conversation on violence" in the There's plenty of rhetoric about
wake of the verdict in the George fairness, tolerance, equality, transU.S. Congress Zimmerman trial. We're having no parency, and the common good,
such conversation, at least one that of course, but most of it tends to
U,..Rep. Sjteve Southerland II, R-2 means anything; until we confront KathrynLopez be at the service of ideological
1229 Longworth House Office Building who we are as a nation today. campaigns, often in contrast with
WashingtonDC 20515' Earlier this summer in Florida, "'" those institutions we've relied on.
202-225-5235 violence of a different sort was the Archbishop Jose Gomez tries to fur- In this reality, it's largely impossible
@Rep.Southerland topic, aslegislation to protect chil- ther the assessment of the national to have a productive conversation,
www.Southterland.Housekgov dren born alive during the course of conscience. On immigration, he period.
Southerland a late-term abortion was debated. says, "We can't truly resolve the po- In reintroducing America to
US. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla. A similar debate was recently held, litical issues of immigration unless Americans, Gomez proposes look716 Hart Senate Office Building among much public comment, we have some common agreement ing not just at the Constitution
Washington, DC 20510 over a bill that Would protect fe- or shared understanding about our and the Founding Fathers, who
202-224-5274 uses 20 weeks or older. It's barbaric country's identity and purpose." "understood that our democracy's
@SenBillNelson .that we'd consider this a mere mat- Politics, he adds, "is a conversa-- strength depends on our citizens'
www:BillNelson.Senate.gov ter of family planning, as a former tion about how we ought to order freedom to live according to their
Nelson Speaker of the House seemed to our lives together." At least, that's faith," but "the rest of the story of
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio R-Fla. say in a recent interview. But that's what politics should be. But in America's founding."
317 Hart Senate Office Building what happens after40 years of legal order to have that conversation, It's a story of "Christian mission"
Washingtoil, DC 20510 abortion and the euphemisms that we need to agree on basic terms. in the late 15th and 16th centuries,
202-224-3041 come with it. In order to know what we ought to at "the heart and soul of the Age of
@MarcoRubio 'TWhether our media focus is on do, we need to have some shared Discovery." In documenting "atrociwww.ubio.Senate.gov Zimmerman or Planned Parent- understanding of our past and ties of conquerors in recent years,"
Rublo hood, the furor that's made mani- the historicalproject of this great for which we "should feel remorse,"
fest in protests and controversy is nation. Gomezwrites, we've "lost a crucial
an avoidance of addressing funda- Gomez points to our lack of thread to our national story," that mental questions of purpose'and "moral consensus." There used to "the deepest motivations for Ameriidentity. be one: "America was 'one nation ca's founding were religious and
e tWe see this, too, in the immigra- under God,' with an exceptional spiritual." Only in remembering
Submy it gt EdtPOx 5tion debate. While much of the me- identity and responsibility among this, in understanding what underdia coverage seems to be whether the family of nations. For most of girds America's exceptionalism, can Florida Sen. Marco Rubio hurt or our history, we were confident that we make any progress. Our calls for j a .m helped his presidential chances by American institutions should shape conversations are pointless until
pushing a bill through the Senate moral character and instill the civic pulverizing the opposition stops that may die in the House, the de- virtues required for our democracy being the No. 1 priority. And there's bate skirts the issues that we need to function. Virtues such as religion no reform without self-knowledge. to be confronting, and family; individual freedom and Kathryn Lopez is the editor-at-large of National
p In a new book, "Immigration and responsibility; the work ethic; the Review Online www.nationalreview.com. She can
the Next America" Los Angeles rule of law; equality of opportunity; be contacted at klopez@nationalreview.com.




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Stock market ends mixed after uneven earnings news

The Associated Press "The bar has been set cents.
pretty low," said Joel Huff- Marlboro maker Altria
NEW YORK Uneven man, senior portfolio Group said its quarterly recorporate earnings news manager at U.S. Bank suilts fell short of analysts'
left the stock market mixed Wealth Management. So, expectations. Altria's stock
on Tuesday. it's hardly a surprise that sank 89 cents, or 2.4 perMost major indexes many companies are able cent, to $35.99.
closed slightly- lower, ex- to jump over it, he said. Netflix dropped $11.70,
cept for the Dow Jones in- Sales are another story. or 4.5 percent, to $250.26.
dustrial average. Yet even Analysts expect revenue The company said late
there the gain was due to to shrink 0.7 percent in the Monday that it signed up
the increase in one stock, second quarter. Huffman fewer subscribers than fiUnited Technologies, said he's encouraged that nancial analysts had proBetter earnings from many banks and makers jected. Big expectations

big banks, health insur- of consumer-discretionary have propelled Netflix's
ers and other companies goods have reported stron- stock up 170 percent since
have helped drive the ger U.S. sales. "It's an indi- the start of the year, addstock market higher this cation' 6f the underlying ins more pressure on the
month. On Tuesday, how- growth in the U.S. econ- company to deliver amazever, the encouraging and omy versus other parts of ing numbers.
the discouraging seemed the world," he said. In the market for U.S.
evenly matched. Wendy's Apple rose $21, or 5 per- government bonds, the
and United Technologies THEASSOCIATED PRESS cent, to $439.99 in after- yield on the 10-year Treasurged after posting stron- Specialist Douglas Johnson is reflected in a screen at his post on the floor of the New York hours trading, when the sury note rose to 2.50 perger results than financial Stock Exchange. A mix of good and bad earnings reports from big companies kept the stock company reported earn- cent from'2.48 percent late analysts expected. Netflix market treading water in early trading Tuesday. ings and revenue that beat Monday. Long-term interand the Altria Group, mak- Wall Street's forecasts. est rates have swung in a
er of Marlboro. cigarettes, The Dow rose 22.19 The Standard & Poor's than six out of every 10 Among other stocks wide range since May, a sank after their results fell points, or 0.1 percent, to 500 index fell 3.14 points, companies have posted making big moves: result of traders speculatshort, 15,567.74. If not for a 3 per- or 0.2 percent, to 1,692.39. earnings that surpassed Wendy's jumped 55 ing over when the Federal
"In the absence of major cent gain in United Tech- The Nasdaq composite fell Wall Street'g expectations, cents, or 8.2 percent, to Reserve will begin pulling economic news, the focus nologies, the Dow would 21.11 points, or 0.6 per- according to S&P Capital $7.23. The fast-food com- back on its bond-buying is on earnings this week," have closed down a point, cent, to 3,579.27. IQ; pany's net income came in program.
said David Joy, chief mar- United Technologies rose It was a busy day for Analysts forecast that above Wall Street's expec- The rate on the 10-year ket strategist atAmeriprise $3.01 to $105.12 after the earnings as 35 companies second-quarter earnings nations. Wendy's also an- note, a benchmark for Financial. 'And there's conglomerate said strong in the S&P 500 were sched- for companies in the S&P nounced plans to sell 425 most loans, was trading at nothing today to drive the orders for commercial air- uWed to turn in results. The: 500 increased 3.8 percent restaurants as franchises 1.61 percent on May 1. It market dramatically one line, parts and elevators second-quarter scorecard pver the same period last and raised its quarterly rose as high as 2.75 percent way or, another." helped lift its profit. looks good so far. More year. dividend by a penny to 5 by the second week of July.


Wendy's profits up; to sell restaurants True-crime writer

The Associated Press 7 that value would also need s
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NEW YORK -- Wendy's sage, particularly given the
reported a quarterly profit economy. Seattle newspaper
above Wall Street expecta- For the yearWendy's said
tons and .said it's selling it expects the sales figure
425 of its restaurants to, to grow between 2 percent TheAssociated Press a camping trip in eastern
franchisees, a move that's and 3 percent, given its Oregon to protect her
'expected to help boost its ,' expectation for stronger SEATTLE True-crime self and her children. But
'profit margins. sales in the second half of author Ann Rule is suing Rule's book "Heart Full of
The move isn't unusual; the year. That optimism is a weekly Seattle newspa Lies" laid out a different
fast-food companies often fueled by the recent intro- per, saying she was de- theory: that Liysa Nor
own onlya small percent- duction of its Pretzel Ba- famed in 2011 when the thon had long planned
age of their restaurants. con Cheeseburger, which fiance of a convicted kill- the killing and faked eviThis helps keep their op- has generated plenty 'of er wrote a lengthy article dence of abuse to cover
erating costs in check and buzz online. accusing her of "sloppy up her real motive, colgives them a more stable The company says the storytelling." lecting insurance money
stream, of income that's sale of its restaurants will The lawsuit, filed in and other benefits.
tilted, toward royalty fees A reduce its ownership to King County Superior Liysa Northon pleaded
and rent, rather sales at ,15 percent of its locations, Court last week, is the guilty to manslaughter
restaurants. from 22 percent. McDon- latest twist in a long-run- and was released from
Wendy's, based in Dub-' "' ald's owns about 10 per- ning feud- precipitated prison last fall. She sued
lin, Ohio, also raised its THEASSOCIATED PRESS cent of its U.S. locations. by Rule's book about Li- Rule for defamation a
dividend by 25.percent to. A Wendy's single with cheese large combo meal is shownat Wendy's said it. now ysa Northon, an Oregon case that was dismissed 5 cents per share. Its stock a Wendy's restaurant in Mt. Lebanon, Pa. The Wendy's Co. expects long-term ad- woman who served 12 by a federal judge in 2007, rose 8.2 percent to close at reported a respectable quarterly profit. justed earnings-per-share years in prison after kill- with Liysa Northon and
$7.23 Tuesday. chains. By cleaning up its with 1 percent for McDon- growth in the mid-teens ing her husband in 2000. her father ultiinately.beCEO Emil Brolick said stores and offering more ald's in the U.S. percentage range starting Northon argued she was ing ordered to pay more
that the sale of the restau- premium burgers and Wendy's noted that next year. Previously, it abatteredspouse andsaid than $60,000 for Rule's rants will also help expand sandwiches, 'Wendy's is part of the reason was in- had forecast single-digit to she shot her husband, pi- legal fees after an unsucadoption of the company's hoping to align itself more creased marketing for its double-digit growth. lot Chris Northon,during cessful appeal. new restaurant designs. with places such as Panera value menu. The company Wendy's says it earned ,
That's because Wendy's Bread or Chipotle, which had previously noted that $12.2 million, or 3 cents A. OPEN FOR LUNCH
plans to sell the restau- have the ability to charge it was losing share 'in the per share. That compares rants to "well-capitalized" higher prices for their value category, given the with a loss of $5.5 million, CHECK OUT OUR
franchisees willing to' pay food. focus rivals have put on or 1 cent per share, a.year SPECIALS AND.
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AT&T revenue up, profit down as costs riseA


The Associated Press Sale of shares mn Mexico's first quarter of this year, relations, Susan Johnson, America Movil, the latest iPhones accounted for said the company stopped The' surge in tablet us- earnings were 67 cents per 80 percent of the 'smart- reporting its' iPhone acti- ci a
age, a trade-in promotion share, 1 cent below the an- phones activated on AT&T, vations because it nowha peheadiofg investTermPhones. tatZo 'and.a fee tacked onto bills alystg' forecast, according despite a vow by its CEO a broad portfolio of smart- 1 helped boost AT&T's wire- to FactSet. to emphasize, competing phones, including Android ,
less revenue for the latest AT&T's revenue was smartphones. phones and Wmdows 'A'- ........'
quarter,, but profits de- $32.1 billion, up 1.6 per- AT&T's ha fivso hns
clined as costs surged, the cent from a year ago and
company said Tuesday well above Wall Street's esAT&T's coffers were timate of $31.8 billion.
drained by smartphone AT&T shares feil 31 cents
sales, which it subsidizes to $35.50 in extended tradin the hope of making ing, after the release of the"" money back over the life of results. "
two-year contracts. It set The Dallas-based corna .second-quarter smart- pany added 551,000 wirephone sales record, helped less devices to its contractby a promotion that gave based plans, which are the l '[ 0'
customers $100 off a new most lucrative. That was
phone when trading in an thehighestsecond-quarter V., I,,
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to boost home broadband which carry lower monthly
speeds. fees than phones.
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Obama, lawmakers square off over NSA authority
The Associated Press from Obama's budget of- trolled Senate, the leaders
fice the White House nor- of the Intelligence ComWASHINGTON The ally uses to weigh in on mittee have opposed the
Obama administration pending legislation, amendments, arguing that
squared off with skeptical The proposal offered the surveillance programs
lawmakers Tuesday over by Rep. Justin Amash, R- have helped disrupt nuefforts to terminate the Mich., dovetails with an- merous attempted terrorgovernment's authority to other amendment to the ist attacks.
collect phone records of defense bill to cut off funds "Any amendments to demillions of Americans, a for the NSA. The House fund the program on approposition that exposed is likely to vote on the propriations bills would
sharp divisions ,among amendments Wednesday be unwise," Sens. Dianne
members of Congress. The fierce debate over Feinstein, D-Calif., the
With a vote nearing on privacy and national secu- panel's chairwoman, and
amendments to a $598.3 rity has divided Congress, Saxby Chambliss of Geormillion bill to fund the transcending the parti- gia, its top Republican, said
military, the White House san lines that typically in a statement Tuesday.
raised the alarm over a characterize legislative, Despite its insistence
move to end the National fights especially in'the the NSAs authority should
Security Agency's author- House. be preserved, the White
ity under the USA Patriot Tea party conservatives House said Obama welAct, preventing the secre- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and liberal Democrats have comes discussions .with
tive surveillance agency White House press secretary Jay Carney gestures as he speaks during the daily briefing at the backed the amendments, Americans and Congress from collecting records White House in Washington, on Tuesday. joined by libertarians like about the proper balunless an individual is un- Amashwho have expressed ance between national
der investigation, effort in the House to hast- Carney said President an approach that properly serious concerns about security and privacy. But
And in an unusual, last- ily dismantle one of our Barack Obama is still open. weighs what intelligence the government's surveil- civil liberties advocates minute lobbying move, Intelligence Community's to addressing privacy con- tools best keep America lance. But national secu- have said that sentiment Gen. Keith Alexander, head counterterrorism tools," cerns in the wake of docu- safe. rity hawks have strongly is insufficient and hypoof the NSA, traveled to Cap- White House press sec- ments leaked last month In another sign the defended the programs, as critical, pointing out that itol Hill to urge lawmakers retary Jay Carney said -in by former NSA systems an- White House was treating have House leaders such such a discussion would to oppose the amendment a late-night statement. alyst Edward Snowden that the measure with serious as Speaker John Boehner, have been impossible if in separate, closed-door "This blunt approach is revealed that Ahe vast na- concern, its rebuke came R-Ohio, and House Intel- the programs hadn't been sessions with Republicans not the product of an in- ture of the agency's phone directly from the press ligence Committee Chair- exposed by Snowden, and Democrats. formed, open or delibera- and Internet surveillance. secretary, rather than man Mike Rogers, R-Mich. who now faces felony
"We oppose the current tive process." But he said Obama wants the more routine notices In the Democratic-coi- charges.


NTSB recovers recorders after NYC gear collapse White House will back

The Associated Press He said the collapse student han copronise
closed the airport for more
NEWYORK-Federal in- than an hour. Both of the TheAssociated Press Burr of North Carolina.
vestigators have recovered airport's runways were Under the deal, interest
the flight data and cockpit back in use by Tuesday WASHINGTON The. rates would be linked to
voice recorders of a plane morning, a Port Authority White House is urging the financial markets.
whose front landing gear spokesman said, and the Congress to pass a bi- Interest rates on subsicollapsed, sending it skid- plane was being moved to partisan compromise dized Stafford loans douding along the tarmac at a hangar on student loans that bled to 6.8 percent on July
.New York City's LaGuardia Dallas-based Southwest would offer lower inter- 1. because Congress did
Airport. said 150 people were on est rates for the next few 'not act. Lawmakers say
The recorders -were the flight, while the Port years. the rate is unacceptably
recovered Tuesday af- Authority said the total The White House on high but they differ on
ternoon, one day after was 149. Tuesday released a state- how best to restore them.
the hard landing caused The flight was delayed ment urging swift passage Lawmakers are set to
LaGuardia's temporary THEASSOCIATED PRESS leaving 'Nashville. Hanna of the deal, negotiated consider the biparticlosure. Officials say the A Southwest Airlines plane rests on the tarmac after what said passengers heard an over the last few weeks by san fix on'Wednesday. It recorders were sent to the officials say was a nose gear collapse during a landing at announcement saying Democratic Sen. Joe Man- would overhaul the entire National Transportation LaGuardia Airport, Monday, July 22, in New York. The Federal "something was wrong chin of West Virginia and federal student\ lending Safety Board's lab in Wash- Aviation Administration says the plane landed safely. with a tire." She and some Republican Sen. Richard program. ington for downloading family members were
and analysis. National Guard. for observation, coming to New York for a
The nose gear of South- Ten passengers were Bosco said there was no visit. She said that when COMERFORD VAULT
west Airlines Flight 345 tre at the scene, and advance warning of any the,plane landed, she hit arriving from Nashville, six were taken to a hos- possible, problem before herhead hard against the MEMORIAL SERVICE
Tenn., collapsed Mon- pital with minor inju- the landing. seat in front of her.
day right after the plane ries, said Thomas Bosco, He said the nose gear of 'The passengers ex- Let us help you touched down on the run- acting director of avia- the plane collapsed when cited the Plane by using with a memorial way, officials said. tion for the Port Author-, it landed at 5:40 p.m., chutes. They were put on of BEAUTY and "When we got ready ity of New York and New and "the aircraft skidded -a bus and taken to the DURABILITY
to land, we nosedived," Jersey which oyersees down the runway on its terminal. Besides the
said a passenger, 'Sgt. 1st the area airports. The nose and then veered off NTSB, the Federal AviaClass Anniebell Hanna six crew members were and came to rest in the tion Administration is All Work & Material Guaranteed
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Obituaries First lady asks for Latinos' help on health care

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4278 Lafayette Street lenges in terms of obesity
Marianna, FL 32446 NEW ORLEANS Mi- and chronic disease, so
850-482-2332 chelle Obama urged La- the more we get people on
tino activists on Tuesday these programs, the more
Mary Lee Yon to help sign people up we get them on the health
for her husband's health insurance exchanges, the
Mary Lee Yon, 82, of Ma- care overhaul, especially better it is for the entire
rianna, died Tuesday, July the millions of younger, population," he said.
23, 2013 at her residence. healthier people the sys- Mrs. Obama's remarks
Arrangements will be an- tem will need to offset the are part of a determined
nounced by James & Sikes cost of caring for older, effort by the administraFuneral Home' Maddox sicker consuers. tion to inform the pubChapel. The first lady said that, lic about the health care
starting July 31, consum- law and its benefits as
F ers can create an account Oct. 1 pears. On Monday,
at www.healthcare.gov, Obama dropped in on
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ready to sign up for health Hudson and actors Amy
insurance in the fall; start- Poehler and Kal Penn. The
ing on Oct. 1. THEASSOCIATED PRESS White House said the art"Simply passing the Af- First lady Michelle Obama greets customers at Sterling Farms Grocery Store in Marrero, La., ists expressed interest in F~armi. fordable. Care Act was not Tuesday, July 23. The store was opened last year by actor Wendell Pierce, second from left, as helping spread the word
From Page 1A te goal," Mrs. Obama said part of the "Alliance For A Healthier Generation:' Earlier she spoke about childhood obesity about the health insurat the annual conference at the annual meeting of the National Council of La Raza. ance marketplaces openthat didn't depend on the of the National Council ing Oct. 1.
fortunes of weather. They of La Raza,_a Latino advo- are needed to keep costs health of Latino children. way" on what is a priority After the conference had a waste disposal busi- cacy group. "The 'goal is down for the overall pool, She called the epidemic issue for the president and visit, Mrs.. Obama toured Aess until they, sold out to get folks to sign up for the White House has Said. a policy, public health, for the group. The Senate Sterling Farms, a suburban to a bigger concern, for, the insurance so they have .Nearly one-third of family and community is- has passed an immigra- New Orleans grocery store instance. Mrs. Smith has the care they need to stay these young people live sue, and urged families to tion bill, but prospects in opened by actor Wendell worked at Russell sewing healthy." in California, Texas and make the right diet and ex- the House are less clear. Pierce. It's intended as
plant, been a child care She emphasized "the Florida. ercise choices for children "But do not give up, be- a way to provide better
provider, and is a well- need to reach out to our "So we need to send who don't know enough to cause I promise you that food access and jobs for known presence at Malone young people" since their, them to those websites make the smart decisions, my husband won't give up residents. School; she managed the participation is key to the which have all the infor- on their own. until a good bill gets on his Pierce, a New Orleans
lunchroom there for many law's success. mation they need about "We know better. And desk," she said. native, has been leading
years. And she's put that The Obama administra- health reform," Mrs. that is one of the greatest Benjamin Hernandez,I an. effort to open grocery food service experience to tion is looking for about Obama said. gifts we can pass on to our a Houston resident Who stores, in underserved
work for her in' the family 7- million people to sign In the remarks, the first children. This is a gift," she works for the -city's De- neighborhoods s impacted business as well. She pre- up for health insurance 'lady tied the push to get said. partmnent of Health and by Hurricane Katrina.
pares added-value prod- through marketplaces that the uninsured to sign up The first lady also men- Human Services, said he 'Mrs. Obama shook ucts to sell at market, using are supposed to become for health care to her cam- tioned immigration policy, was thrilled that the first hands with.shoppers and the fruits and vegetables available online starting paign against childhood saying President Barack lady encouraged Lati- told several children there that her husband 'grows, ,Oct. .1. More than 2.6 mil- obesity, which she said Obama is .working -and nos to sign uPfor health, to be sure to eat their and those don't linger long lion younger enrollees 'is seriously affecting the fighting "every step of the insurance. vegetables. on the sales table.
These days, Mr.. Smith
grows about 75 percent of nWeinercau inanothr exiting can
his produce in containers; that -makes things a little
easier to manage as he gets The Associated Press come out and today they photo of what it saidwere
a'bit older and deals with hae," said Weiner, who Weiner's genitals.
health challenges. NEW YORK Anthony added that he was sur- "This was a bad situaBut to get the ground Weiner. found himself prised that more had not tion for me because I reready for what he'll sow caught in another sextingpreviously surfaced. ally admired him. Even
directly into his 1.5-acre scandal Tuesday like the 1fter "the'news confer- post scandal, I thought garden, he still uses an one 'that destroyed his ence, Weinerwentdirectly he was misunderstood.
*"iron mule," a motorized congressional career, but to a mayoral., forum on Until I got to know him. I
hand plow. He appreciates, stood 'side-by-side with gay men's issues and was thought I loved him. Pretthe old ways and plants his wife t6 say he won't warmiyreceived, ty pathetic," the woman
by m0on phases. Some-' .drop out of the race for The womanwith whom was quoted as telling the
times he plants after the mayorofNewYork., he exchanged the mes- website.
sun goes down; he's sown "This is entirely behind sages was not identified She said he later asked
'watermelons at midnight me,' Weiner said at an by The Dirty. She told the her to destroythe evidence
and cucumbers by spot- evening news conference, website that she was 22 of their chats. She insisted
light at 2 a.m. He keeps a hours, after the gossip THEASSOCIATEDPRESS when she-began chatting that she never had sex
Farmer's Almanac handy website The Dirty posted New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner glances at hiswith Weiner on a social with Weiner or received
at. all times, consulting, it, X-rated text messages and wife, Huma Abedin,. as she speaks during a news conference networking site. She said any payment from him. frequently throughout the a crotch shotthe Gay Men's Health Crisis headquarters, Tuesday, July23, their online relationship The woman said her planting, growing and har- the former congressman in New York. began in July 2012 and relationship with Weiner
vest seasons.: exchanged with. a woman lasted six months, "fizzled" in November
The two are raising some- after he left office. with him at the June 2011 and after" but insisted the She said that Weiner 2012.. She said she last thing even more important Weiner admitted send- news conferencewhen he two of them discussed "all used the alias "Carlos heard from him this past than food; they're well into ing a woman sexually stepped, down from Con- of this" before he jumped Danger" for their exchang- April, when his intention their, second generation explicit photos and mes- gress over a scandal that into the mayor's race in es but that she knew she to run for mayor was reof child-rearing., They've sages and acknowledged began with aTwitter photo May.,. was talking to the former vealed in a NewYorkTimes raised two children p-d are the activitytook place as of his bulging underpants. The, latest disclosures congressman. Magazine profile. helping raise a couple of recently as last summer, This time, Abedin reaf- could severely test vot- The exchanges posted Weiner said that notevgrandkids. more than a year after he firmed her support for ers' willingness to forgive on The Dirty consist of ery allegation made by
One, Barbara, came to resigned from'the House her husband and said the Weiner, who has said he sexually explicit fantasiz- the woman was true but live with them the day after in disgrace for the 'same 'sexting matter is "between spent his two years in po- ing about various sex acts. that he was not going to her 4th birthday. She's now sort :of behavior with at us." litical exile since the scan- At one point, the man re- dispute specific claims.
15 and has grown up learn- least ahalf-dozen women. "I love him, i have for- dal trying to make things ported to be Weiner wrote, The lawyer for The Dirty's ing all about how to grow But with his wife, Huma given him, I believe in right with his wife and "I'm deeply flawed." founder, Nik Ritchie, said her own food, prepare it Abedin, smiling shyly an him, and as we have said earn redemption. The woman said Weiner his client was ill andwould
for 'the' freezer, deal with arm's length away .from from the beginning, we ,Three of his rivals .for promised to help her get not comment Tuesday. customers and money. The' him, he said:. "I want to are moving forward," said* mayor immediately called a job at the political web- Weiner said his last sexSmiths say they believe the bring my vision to the Abedin, a longtime 'ad- on him to drop out of the site Politico and suggeSted ing exchange happened experiences will help make ~people of the city of New viser to former Secretary race. 'meeting in a Chi.cago con- "sometime last summer, her a well-rounded adult York. I hope they are Will- of State Hillary Rodham The 48-year-old Demo- do for a tryst. I think," after he and his
who's able to make her way ing to still continue to give Clinton. crat has been near the top' The woman said she and wife sat down for a glowsuccessfully, in the world, me a second chance." Abedin said her husband of most polls since his late Weiner also exchanged ing People magazine" That's the most bounti- Weiner then turned the had made some "horrible entry into the campaign. nude photos of themselves 'profile in which they said
ful and hoped-for harvest microphone over io his mistakes both before he "I said that other texts and engaged in phone sex. their troubles were behind they can imagine, wife, who did not appear resigned from Congress and photos were likely to The Dirty ran a pixelated them.

Tes s ~ t de nt fund. A key deadline is ap- before you can walk," she gional Arts Association's functioning entity, Gard-,
,tiiuents proaching; the Foundation said. "We're hoping to mini-grant program for ner said.
From Pge 1Amust let the Consortium get money through gen- teachers. The CRAA asks The executive president'
passnger, 2-yea-old Fro Pag 1Aknow how much money it eral membership fees that for teacher grant propos- of the new Foundation
passnger, 2-yea-old Frm Pae ~has aailable in matching would be paid by anyone als, funding as many as is. Betty Duffee, a former Chelsea Danielle Miller- Gardner said the new funds by the first week of who wants to become a possible through several teacher who later served of Ponce de'Leon and 24- Foundation's biggest job September. The Consor- member of the foundation $200 mini-grants each several years as a member year-old Michael Anderson right now is to raise some fium will award the grand at $20 a year, and through year. Gardner said the~ of the school board. Harris of Freeport, were matching funds. As a dollars irn a two-round private donations, corpo- Foundation is not meant There are 21 members arrested and taken to the fledgling organization, it schedule. The first distri- ration contributions and to take the place of this or of the board, with three Homes County Jail. Each has only raised enough bufion will be based on the organizations." any other Organization's from each of five zones
was charged with posses- money to pay for mem- amount of matching funds A certain amount' of contribution, but be an- set out by the Foundation sion of marijuana over 20 bership in the Consortium declared by 'each partici- money is initially set aside other enhancement op- --Graceville, Cottondale, grams, and possession of Building a Foundation paying districtwide foun- for each county in the portunity bestowed in the Marianna, Malone and drug paraphernalia, for students, $300 Build- dation; Jackson. County state each year, using a same spirit. The Founda- Grand Ridge/Sneaks. The
Holmes County Sheriff ing a Foundation for stu- would be eligible for a Consortium formula. Any tion will give grants in six remaining positions Tim Brown asks that any- dents and a little more. little more than $17,600 county that doesn't have varying amounts. go to the Jackson County
one with information of She and other members of this year if it had enough a districtwide Foundation Although the Founda- Chamber of Commerce, illegal activity contact the the Foundation are mak- matching dollars. Gardner would be redistributed to tion board does include the Superintendent of HCSO at 850-547-4421 or ing the rounds in Jackson doesn't anticipate being other counties in a second the School Superinten- Schools, the chairman of reportacrime@holmes- County, talking to orga- able to raise that much by round of money division dent Steve Benton and a the school board or his!
cosheriff.org, nizations in hopes that, the deadline, but is hop- by the Consortium. few other representatives her designee, the Jackson
__________________ once they realize the value ing it can at least raise Gardner envisions the of the school system, 4t is County Educators AssociOnline, all the time! of the Foundation, they $5,000 this year and build local distribution of funds made up largely of other ation and a representative
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William, Kate, show off newborn royal baby boy
The Associated Press

LONDON A beaming Prince William and his wife, Kate, emerged from a London hospital on Tuesday with their newborn ,
baby boy, presenting the x
world with a first glimpse of the prince who is third in line to the British
throne. A'
The royal couple, both
31, looked happy and relaxed as they waved at the
crowds of journalists and PHOTOS BYTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS
onlookers gathered out- Kate the Duchess of Cambridge, carries her newborn son, the
side London's St. Mary's Prince of Cambridge, who was born on Monday, into public Britain's Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge hold the Prince of Cambridge, view for the first time, outside the Undo Wing of St. Mary's Tuesday July 23, as they pose for photographers outside St. Mary's Hospital exclusive Lindo Hospital, posing for pho- Hospital, in London, on Tuesday. The boy will be third in line to 'Wing in London where the Duchess gave birth on MondayJuly 22.The Royal couple are expected
tographs and joking with the British throne. to head to London's Kensington Palace from the hospital with their newly born son.
reporters.
Kate, wearing a baby me, thank God," he said. The young family's a wave as they drove away p.m. Monday Abbey, where William
blue polka dot Jenny The couple also revealed first public appearance so it was perfect. Days like The news was greeted and Kate wed in a lavish Packham dress, smiled and that William has had a go together has been the this really bring the coun- with shrieks of joy and ceremony 'that drew milwaved as she stepped out at changing the infant's moment that the world's try together," she said. applause by hundreds of lions of television viewers from the hospital doors ,first diaper. "He's very good media and crowds of on- Earlier, Williams father, Britons and tourists gath- worldwide. with the future monarch in at it," Kate said. lookers camped outside Charles, and his wife, Ca- ered outside the hospital's Halfway around the her arms. The new parents -drew the hospital had long milla, as well as Michael private Lindo Wing gnd world, royalist group Mon"It's very emotional. It!s whoops and excited ap- been waiting for, and the and Carole Middleton Buckingham Palace. archy New Zealand said it such a special time. I think plause from well-wishers photographs snapped Kate's parents visited Revelers staged im- had organized a national any parent will know what as they revealed the new-, Tuesday are likely to be re- the young family at the, prompt parties at both light show, with 40 build-this feeling feels like," she est 'member of Britain's printed for decades as the hospital. locations,'andlarge crowds ings acrossthe islands, lit
told journalists. royal family. William said baby grows into adulthood Charles called the baby crushed against the pal-. up in blue to commemoKate then gave the baby* they're still trying, to de- and his role as a future "marvelous," while a ace gates to try to catch a rate the'royal birth, includto her husband, who, cra- cidewhattoname thelittle king. '. beaming Carole Middle- glimpse and a photo- ing Sky Tower in Auckland,
dling their, child, said: prince. The appearance recalls ton described the infant as graph -of the golden -ea- the airport in Christ"He's got her looks, thank- The couple re-entered ,a similar 'one three de- "absolutely beautiful." sel placed there to formally church, and Larnach Casfully. He's gota good pair the hospital to place the cadets ago, when Princess It was not immediately announce the birth. tie in the. South Island city of lungs on him, that's for child in a car seat before Diana and Prince Charles clear when Queen Eliza-, Hundreds were still lin- of Dunedin. sure." re-emerging to get into an carried a newborn Wil- beth II would meet the ing up outside the palace A similar lighting cerWilliam added:. "He's a SV William drove them liax outto poseforphoto- newborn heir. gates Tuesday to get near emony took place in
big boy. He's quite heavy," .'away palace officials' graphs on the same steps The 'couple's'Kensington the ornate easel. Canada; Peace Tower and and laughed when a re- said they will head to an in 1982. Palace office said Kate, the In London, gun salutes Parliament buildings in
porter asked him about apartment in Kensington Katie Allan, .26, was Duchess of Cambridge, were fired, celebratory the capital, Ottawa, were the baby's hair. Palace aid spend the night elated to witness the 2013 gave birth to the 8 pound, lights came on, and bells bathed in blue light, as was
"He's got way more than there. edition., "William gave us 6 ounce baby boy at 4:24 chimed at Westminster CN Tower in Toronto.





Popes security questioned after mob scene

The Associated Press It wasn't the best means
to project confidence on
RIO DE JANEIRO -Bra- security arrangements for
zilian security, forces a nation that saw wideblamed each other on spread anti-gvempfi 11h
Tuesday for the mob protests paralyze scoresWN
scenes that erupted around of cities last month and
Pope Francis when he was that's preparing toiost the
dOgged by a frantic crowd 2 W
of faithful Catholics 'after Olympics.
his arrival in the country. wa"I s s0 surprised'
The chaotic crowds mob- Maybe I'm looking at it
bing Francis on Monday from a foreign perspective,
afternoon raised questions but it seemed odd that Y,
about what 'plans are in the people were.allowed
place 'to protect the pon- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that close on the roads,"
tiff, andwho is responsible In this photo provided by Prefeitura do Rio, Pope Francis waves said the' Rev. Joseph Tan, for carrying them out. ' from his popeniobjle in Rio de Janeiro, on Monday, Questions a priest from the PhilipNo one took responsi- were raised Tuesday about Pope Francis' security during his pines, echoing the reacbility for the traffic fiasco, seven-day trip in Brazil after a frantic crowd of faithful was tion of many in Rio for the which began when the able to surround and halt his car. papal visit. "In the Philipdriver of the car the pope pines, people would have
wasridingin made awrong ban Rio told the local press know who was to blame gathered to get a glimpse, turn, following the lead car that the blame belonged but that he was "relieved" but nothing like what we in an official motorcade. to Federal Highway Police. 'no harm came to Francis. saw. But that's the pope's It, was unclear who was in Buthighwaypolice officials Rio Transportation Sec- personality, he was just that first vehicle, or what said they were just follow- rotary Carlos Osorio said being himself." agency the driver worked ing specifications laid out the Fiat Francis was riding for. by the Federal Police. Nei- 'in from the airport to the
1The Federal Police are ther agency returned calls city center inadvertenly ,
mostly in charge of the seeking more information turned into the 'wrong side
pope's security in Brazil, on Tuesday. of a 12-lane thoroughfare,
though when he travels Meanwhile, the Rio known as Avenida Presito a rural part of Rio this mayor's office said it knew dente Vargas. Instead of weekend, the army will se- nothing about the plan for takdig the left lanes that cure the massive pasture the pope's travel from the were free of traffic, the car where he'll celebrate Mass. airport to the city center' turned into the right lanes Officials with the Federal while even th'e secretary cluttered with buses' and Police who have control of general for President Dil- taxis, forcing the pontiff's the, pope's security in ur- fna Rousseff said he didn't car to stop, he said.


NKorea halts rocket launch pad work

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rebuilding project in '13


S TheAssociated Press ers could be on the chopping That could mean another long block as -training camp opens season for the Jaguars, who have JACKSONVILE, Fla. Don't Friday. missed the playoffs 11 of the last
expect a quick turnaround for The turnover has left the Jag- 13 years. the Jacksonville Jagas. uars with one of the youngest "The stage we're in at this point
After the worst season (2-14) teams in the league. is going to be a rebuilding proin franchise history, the Jaguars Although coaches and players cess," Khan said. "We're in a very, fired general manager Gene believe anything could happen very different position. The fans, Smith and coach Mike Mular- in 2013, the reality is that the I think, we have to. absolutely key and started revamping the Jaguars are in the early stages of balance hope and expectation. roster. New general manager another rebuilding project. They I think we definitely want to be Dave Caldwell and first-year want to mold the roster through better, but it's going to take a J THEASSOCIATEDPRESS coach Gus Bradley parted ways the draft, which takes time, and little bit of time."
New coach Gus Bradley has the challenge of leading the Jaguars through with more than two dozen owner Shad Khan is willing to be their third rebuilding project in five years. veterans and several oth- patient. See JAGUARS, Page 3B


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The Associated Press

NEWYORK Protective no more, baseball players are downright disgusted these
days with doping.
Now they are demanding even stiffer suspensions for those caught cheating.
"It's a new generation of athletes that are
standing up," Travis Tygart, chief executive of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency,- said
Tuesday. "The culture's be'eh flipped on its
head."
When Ryan Braun accepted a seasonending 65-ganiesuspenpipglklonday rath-,
er thdh fight Major League Baseball over
evidence he used performance-enhancing drugs, fellow players appeared tired of
those who cast shadows on the sport.

See BASEBALL, Page 2B








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The Marianna High School cheerleaders perform a stunt during the Bulldogs'game against East Gadsden in 2012.


Marianna cheerleaders headed to camp at UA
BY SHELIA MADER "The varsity squad is a tal- Rounding out the squad and is captained by Kylee
Floridan correspondent ented, hard-working group, are juniors Kristin Cumbie, Barnes, with Tyanna White
that is excited about the up- Sheridan Dryden, Cianna as co-captain. TheMariannaHighSchool coming Bulldog football sea- Harris, Cailee Heinemann, The remainder of the varsity and junior varsity son and competing in FH- Allie Hinson, Hannah Jack- squad consists of Zoe cheerleaders leave for UCA SAA cheerleading in October son, Shelbie Johnson and Brown, Morgan Bryan, Cheerleading Camp at through January" she said. Anastasia Mitchell, along. Libby Buchanan, Rebekah the University of Alabama The squad will be tap- with sophomores Melissa Callahan, Grace Daffin, NaWednesday morning. The trained by senior and veteran Garcia, Amy Gearheart, Ida Donald, Ellory Fuqua, camp is scheduled to run all-American cheerleader Brfi Sydney Holland, and Kay- Zannah Glisson, Mary Beth July 24-27 and Coach Deb- Godwin,withseniorsKendall leigh Temples. Harkins, Gracelyn HowTHEASSOCIATEDPRESS bie Dryden is very optimis- Lowry and Keiona Mitchell The junior varsity squad is ard, Morgan Laramore and Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun was suspended tic about this year's squad. serving as co-captains. led by sponsor Lisa Nunez Christina Sanabria. for the remainder of the season on Monday.


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Will power conferencesbreak away from status quo?

The Associated Press week, and it's likely Jim Delany Dan Beebe says he thinks Atlan- The lightning rod issue at the schools gage players stipends of the BigrTen and Larry Scott of tic Coast Conference, Big Ten, heart of this debate has been and let the smaller schools NEW YORK The five power the Pac-12 will follow suit in the Big 12, Pac-12 and Southeastern the proposed stipend to college play each other. conferences are trying to rede- coming days. Conference can get the power to athletes that would add about The programs that would be
fine what it takes to operate a Di- The schools in the most pow- govern themselves without cut- $2,000 to an athletic scholar- most affected by the big five isovision I college athletic program, erful and wealthy leagues want ting off all ties to schools from ship to cover the full cost of at- lasting itself from the rest of colwith, their commissioners call- more freedom to be able to run the less powerful and wealthy tendance. All the commission- lege sports would be from the ing out the NCAA at media days their programs the way they FBS conferences. ers from the major conferences lesserleaguesincollegefootball's
around the country. want, without the less powerful And NCAA expert John Infante, have pushed for it, but it could top tier: the Mountain West, the
Big 12 Commissioner Bob schools standing in the way. who writes the ByLaw Blog at not be passed because smaller American Athletic Conference
Bowlsby and fellow comms- Does this mean the end of the athleticscholarship.com, says schools said they couldn't af- (formerly the Big East), Confersiongrs Mike Slive of the South- NCAA as we know it is near? Or the best solution for the schools ford it. ence USA, the Sun Belt and the
eastern Conference and John will there be a new division of in those conferences is not leav- So, a possible solution for Mid-American Conference Swofford of the Atlantic Coast college football Division 4 as ing Division I, but reshaping it the powerful, wealthy schools aka the group of five. Conference have taken turns Bowlsby calls it? Not necessarily in a way where some smaller is to set up a level of football critiquing the NCAA over the last Former Big 12 Commissioner schools choose to leave, at which all the participating See FOOTBALL, Page 4B


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Brett embraces pine-tar infamy State drops

The Associated Press -~
charges against
KANSAS CITY, Mo.- George Brett .. he :i
remembers sitting next to Frank
White and Vida Blue in the dugout l EMr s
at Yankee Stadium, his ninth-inning ; M orrison
home run having just given the Kansas City Royals the lead. The Associated Press
Yankees manager Billy Martin am- "The charge of
bled onto the field from the dugout GAINESVILLE, Fla. intedfeing with atplie
across the way, and was engaged in a The State Attorney's Office animal require malice,
hasma droppeds misdemee,
lengthy conversion with umpire Tim has dropped misdemeanMcClelland both of them look- or charges against Flor- andnoneeist."
ing closely at the bat Brett had just ida linebacker Antonio Bill Cervone,
used to go deep off reliever Goose Morrison. State Attorney, on the arrest of
Gossage. M o r r i- Florida's Antonio Morrison
"So we're just sitting there watch- son was
ing," Brett recalled Tuesday, "and arrested ataK-9 named Bear. The
Frank says, 'Man, you have a lot of Sunday and dog barked back, leading
pine tar on there. I remember John cha r g e d a deputy to arrest MorriMayberry got called out on one of ,with bark- son for interfering with a
those when I first came up to the Morrison ing at a: police canine.
big leagues.' And I said, 'If they call police dog "Our deputies deal with
me out for using too much pine tar and resisting arrest, chaotic situations daily
I've never heard of that rule I'll State Attorney Bill Cer- and have to make quick,
run out there and kill one of those vone said Tuesday that on-the-spot decisions,"
SOBs.' .: the "dismissal is based Alachua County Sheriff
'As soon as I said that," Brett added 6n the lack of evidence to Sadie Darnell said. "While
with a broad smile, "Tim McClelland THE ASSOCIATED PRESS warrant much less legally I believe the deputy's acturned around and starting looking Kansas City's George Brett (front) is held back from umpire Tim McClelland (right) sustain those charges tions were technically for me in the dugout." after his home run was overruled in the legendary Pine Tar Game on July 24,1983. and the complete inap- correct, due to the obThe rest of the story is part of base- propriateness of .purs- scure nature of the law, a
ball lore. toughest relief pitchers.in baseball, a the irascible Martin, Brett and Gos- ing court action against warning would have been
Brett raced from of the dugout, Hall of Fame guy, and if I did not use sage and it's hardly a surprise that Morrison, or anyone else, more appropriate."
his arms flailing wildly, and jabbed an illegal bat which I didn't, it was an. entirely new generation knows under the circumstances Morrison, a sophomore his finger right in McClelland's face. proven I didn't but suspected of every vivid detail. involved." from Bolingbrook, Ill.,
Fellow umpire Joe Brinkman tried to using an illegal bat, we wouldn't be "It you play for the Kansas City "The charge of inter- also was arrested June 16 hold Brett back, eventually putting doing this," Brett said. "It would have Royals, you know about George and fearing with a police ani- for allegedly punching a him in a headlock and spinning him been a July 24 game 30 years ago that the pine tar," said Royals third base- mal requires malice, and bouncer. He received de'around in a sequence that's been re- nobody remembered." man Mike Moustakas, who wasn't none exists," Cervone ferred prosecution on the
played millions of times. Instead, just about everybody re- born until five years later. "He loyes said. "It als6 requires that simple battery charged, a
It happened 30 .years ago members it. it, though." the animal be engaged in deal in which he was orWednesday. The attendance that July day was The Royals immediately appealed some official duty, and dered to stay out of trou"Itwas a positive thing, you know? It 33,944,. een though'hundreds of McClelland's decision, -and in one it cannot be said that bre for six months. His wasn't a groundball that went through thousands of people claim to have of the rare instances in baseball his- sitting in the back of a latest arrest could have my legs or a strikeout. It was some- been there. Both teams.were in con'. tory, it was overturned four days police cruiser is case'he violated terms of that thing that I did good," said Brett, who tention the Royals would finish later. American League president is needed constitutes agreement. played his entire Hall of Fame career second in the AL West, the Yankees Lee MacPhail ordered the game to being engaged in such But Cervone said Theswith the Royals and is now serving as third in the East -and had devel- be finished on Aug. 18, and te Roy- activity." day that the deferral
their interim hitting coach.- hoped quite the bitter rivalry. als won 5-4 with Brett's homer the Cervone added that he agreement will remain
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The Associated Press better this year, especially
"He knows this is misear. I think he's ready to with guards Carl Nicks and TAMPA Josh Freeman go have a great year, and that's what were Davin Joseph returning
insists he doesn't feel any from injuries to bolster the
added pressure to lead the 'woingfo." offensive line.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers to Greg Schiano,
the playoffs. Buccaneers coach, on quarterback Josh Freeman ) 4. THE SCHIANO FACThe 25-year-old is en- TOR: The coach made, natering the final season of competition for jobs ))2. SECONDARY IS ONLY tional headlines early in of the contract he signed at every position, includ-. AS GOOD AS THE PASS his first season as a NFL V
as the third quarterback ing quarterback. He says, RUSH: It's unusual to try to head coach when Giants selected in the 2009 though, that Freeman isn't jumpstart a defense from coach Tom Coughlin obNFL draft behind Mat- looking over his shoulder the backfield forward. But jected to Tampa Bay's de- THEASSOCATDPRESS
thew Stafford and Mark at third-round draft pick regardless of the potential fensive lineman plowing Maurice Jones-Drew (right) shakes hands with coach Gus Sanchez. Mike Glennon. impact of Revis and Gold- into New York's offensive' Bradley after the Jaguars' news conference on Tuesday.
He became the first "I don't think it bothers son, an All-Pro with San line with Eli Manning
4,000-yard passer in fran- Josh. He's. a confident guy. Francisco last season, im- lined up in victory formachise history last season, He knows this is his team," proving the pass rush is a tion during the closing gs J however his inconsistency Schiano said. "I think he's top priority after finishing seconds of a seven-point also 'contributed to a poor ready to go have a great with 27 sacks a year ago, game. The NFL said the stretch run 'that kept the year, and that's what we're third lowest in the league. Bucs didn't violate any are to practice
Bucs out of the postsea- working for." And Schiano has to do it league rules. But the spat
son for the fifth straight Five -things to watch despite losing last season's reinforced a perception of year. as the Buccaneers, who sack leader, Michael Ben- the former Rutgers coach The Associated Press be ready."
"Every year you go in haven't won a postseason nett, to free agency. Ends' as a tough-nosed disci- He wouldn't saywhat his
with the same goal," Free-, game since winning the Adrian Clayborn, who plinarian' determined to JACKSONVILLE- Mau- weight is going into camp man said. "I think every Super Bowl 10 years ago, missed most of last sea- instill his philosophy into rice Jones-Drew made but said he would likely team in this league is try- try to make the playoffs son with a knee injury, and players. The Bues have good on his promise. drop a little more once he ing to figure out a -way to for the first time since Da'Quan Bowers, who be- bought in. The Jacksonville Jag- starts practicing.
go to the Super Bowl and 2007: gan 2012 on the physically ;uars running back said "I don't need to drop
hopefully win the Super unable to perform list with } 5. NO MORE BARBER: in June that he would be much, but just a little bit
Bowl." L WILL REVIS ISLAND a torn right Achilles ten- The lone r6maining.link ready to go at the start of more. just so I get 'coinThe reality is that de- BE THE SAME? The Bucs don, will be asked to pick to the franchise's only Su-, training camp. On Tues- fortable and get ready to spite upgrading a porous acquired the three-time up the slack. per Bowl championship day, two days before the play," he said. Last year he
defense that nearly set a All-Pro, generally regarded retired in May after 16 Jaguars report to camp, opened the season at 217
league record for yards al- as the best cornerback in } .3 IS THERE ROOM seasons in which he had coach, Gus Bradley an- but said he would like to lowed passing by trading the league, in exchange for FOR MUSCLE HAMSTER a club-record 47 intercep- nounced that Jones- start the regular season for. cornerback Darrelle. the 13th overall pick in this ,GROWTH? Late first-round tions, scored eight touch- Drew had been cleared this fall around 212 to Revis and signing safety year's draft. They're count- draft pick Doug Martin downs and had 28 sacks by 'team doctors to start 215. Dashon Goldson in free ing on him to return from a made the Pro. Bowl as' a while becoming the first practice with his team-, Despite being away agency, Freeman'splay figs knee injury that sidelined rookie, -rushing for' 1,454, player-in NFL history with mates on Friday. from the game for the last ures to be the key to Tam- him most' of last season yards and .11 touchdowns, 40-plus interceptions and "I'm extremely, extrbme- 10 months, Jones-Drew ,,pa Bay flourishing in the with the New York Jets. Al- while also finishing third in. 25 or more sacks. Barber ly excited by the prog- said he hasn't changed quarterback-driven NFC though Revis,.who signed the NFL behind Adrian Pe- played 15 seasons at cor- press he's'made. He's been since he last carried the South. a six-year, $96 million con- terson- and Calvin Johnson nerback before making cleared by our training. ball for the Jaguars.
The Bucs dropped five of tract, is confident he'll be with 1,926 total yards from'. the transition to safety in staff," Bradley said. "The "I'm'the same guy. That's six following a 6-4 start in ready for the Sept. 8 sea- scrimmage in 2012. The 2012. His"leadership will biggest thing with us as a how I've been training, 2012, finishing 7-9. son opener against his old 5-foot-9, 215-pound run- be missed on and off the staff, is to be really smart like I wasn't hurt," he
Second-year coach Greg team, there's no guarantee ning back who dislikes the. field, although Goldson with Maurice. We're going said. "I just can't wait' to Schiano raised eyebrows hell be the same dominat- nickname that followed signed to a five-year, -to'have to brifg him along get back out there. "'For when he declared he want- ing player-- at least right him to the pros from Boise $41.25 million. deal -is -slowly. You'll see him out me, not playing football ed to increase the level away.- State thinks he can be even expected to fill the void. there. getting -some reps -for 10 months, not wearbut we. want to make sure ing pads, not having that
we're smart with him and soreness, that's the thing
how fast we bring him you want to get back and
back." get used to. Other than
Jones-Drew last prac- that, everything else is
tice, with the team was natural."
the middle of October Jones-Drew said the offVb last year following the season incident at a St.
team's bye week. He. suf- Augustine 'restaurant is
fered a fracture of his left behind him. He allegedly
'foot, later diagnosed as hit a bouncer in the face
a Lisfranc injury, on the at The Conch. House Resfirst play from scrimmage taurant in late May. Jonesagainst Oakland on Octo- Drew was never officially
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Dolphins' first-round pick makes camp debut
The Associated Press days of camp. He had shoulder ple of mistakes and then learn surgery Feb. 27.' from them and move forward as
DAVIE, Fla. Dion Jordan "It's going to be a gradual pro- a player." Walked off the practice field cess," Dophins coachJoePhilbin The Dolphins moved up nine
Tuesday holding the helmets and said. "We'll see how he responds, spots in the first round, from shoulder pads of two veteran Mi- see how he fiels tomorrow and 12th to third, to land Jordan in
ami Dolphins teammates. take it from there. We're never the draft. They gave Oakland a
j4 I- The third overall pick in the going to rush a guy if we dont second-round pick in the trans2013 NFL draft got to take part in feel he's ready. We'll take our action and made Jordan the his first training camp practice time." highest-drafted defensive player
'on Tueday, though he was lim- Philbin did not expect Jordan in team history. Jordan says his
ited to individual and position to be too far behind because the draft position doesn't additiondrills, rookie has been around for all al pressure on him, nor he did
"I feel real good, first of all just the installments on defense. come to training camp with any being out there with the guys "He sat in the classroom, hes expectations about His role. and being able to run around been out there, he's watched all "Nomatterwhattis, ifit'sjusta and hit things and just get back the practice film, heard the cor- pass rusher, if Coach puts me out to normal football routine," Jor- rections," Philbin said. "Obvi- there to start, even if it's special dani said. ously, there's going to be a point, teams, I want to play football,"
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS The defensive end from Or- in time when he needs to get out Jordan said. "No matter where it Defensive end Dion Jordan camped with the Dolphins for the first time. egon signed his rookie contract there and feel it for himself and is, you've got to earn everything. Tuesday after being selected third overall in April's NFL Draft. Saturday, but sat out the first two do it for himself and make a cou- I have to earn whatever it is."

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The Associated Press -still learning. But I believe I
do improve every year."
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USA Basketball is looking until August. The Sacraforin a big man. mento Kings drafted him
He has the size and fifth overall in 2010, and he's strength to been in the headlines so ofbe animpos- ten in his first three seasons
ing presence in the league that it seems
in' the paint like he's beena pro for much
on a roster longer. He's averaged nearly
that is lack- a double-double 16.3
ing in the points, 9.8 rebounds in
frontcourt. Cousins three seasons, .but has also
He has the gained a hot-head reputashooting touch and pass- tion for several suspensions ing skills to make.him a and fines during his time in perfect fit in international Sacramento THEASSOCIATEDPRESS )pjay and in coach Mike He was in Las Vegas last Giants coach Tom Coughlin is not pleased with the rule that prevents contact during the first three days of training camp. Krzyzewski's system. And year as part of the U.S. sehe has the confidence not lect' team that practiced to back down against the against the Olympic team best competition the Unit- in the run-up to the London
Playercahsfe practice pinch
ed States has to offer. Games, but that ended on a The best-case scenario sour note after a disagreeThe Associated Press It is the wiy it is today" is ahead, even for teams 'day off per week. for this young, American ment*with Colangelo. That Coughlin says. whose offensive and de-, That all -makes for a team going forward would didi 't stop Colangelo from
Looking perplexed, Tom Success has'to be built, fensive schemes have safer game, but how can be to have Cousins emerge 'invitinghim back this sumCoughlin stood on the he says, by "doing a good beenestablished for years. newcomers make a sharp as a future building block 'mer for a f6ur-day camp field watching a minicamp Job with our evaluations Lots of breakout sessions impact? and reliable contributor featuring some of the rising
practice. No pads, 'no real bringing the right peo-, with, position c6ahes, Denver running back to a team that will com- young stars in the game blocking, no power foot- 'ple in here and getting too. Enough video. watch- Monte eBallfelthe already pete for the World Cup in The 'only player, with ball for the New York Gi- them integrated into our ing t6, well, make your did so even without a bAl Spain next summer. And Olympic experience at the ants, as mandated by the offense, defense.and spe- eyes spin. in-his hands. the best-case scenario for' camp is New Orleans forlabor- agreement between cial teams, the way we do And not all that much "I made sure to leave a, Cousins would be to get ward Anthony Davis. With the league and the players. things, what our expecta- time on the practice fields., little impression on the the kind of structure and no competition to prepare It's difficultenoughwhen tion .levels are, what our No contact or pads are conditioningtest..."the re- guidance that Krzyzewski for this summer Colangelo the players can hit each values are. And .the more allowed during the first cord-setting second-round and managing director Jer- and Krzyzewski are .using other to evaluate whether -we can be with them and three days of camp, with draft pick from Wisconsin ry Colangelo can provide this week to identify'and NFL wannabes have what around them, then the the reporting date limited said. "I just wait them to to a 22-year.-old who has develop some of the counit takes, or if veterans still better you are going to feel to physical exarms, meet- remember that I came in had precious little of either try's younger talent. As can :carry the load pro about it." ings and classroom work. working since Eiay 1, and during a volatile first three far as Colangelo was confootball demands. Now, Coaches and .players Running and condition- I really attacked the play- seasons in the NBA. cerned, there was no queswith lots of offseason will be around each oth- ing is allowed, book since Day 1. Imade a "I believe I mature af-' tion that Cousins' name
availabilities but virtually, er plenty over 'the next Throughout training lot of progress with it." ter every season," Cousins belonged on the list. no contact allowed, fol- month, whether it's in camp, players can't be on Ballwillgetashotatbeing said after working out with "Last year it wasn't a good lowed by training camps training camps or at ex- the field for more than a starterforthe Broncos af- 27 other young players at a situation at the end of the in which two-a-days are hibition games, or back at four hours per day; only ter veteran Willis McGahee USA Basketball minicamp day," Colangelo said. "This 'outlawed unless one prac- the home facilities when one practice a day can be was cut. It's much more dif- on the UNLV campus. "I be- time around, it's a clean tice is a walk-through, the teams that go away early in pads and' is restricted ficult. for lower draft picks lieve people forget I am just slate for every one of the appraisal process won't in camp return as the reg- tq, three hours or less; fol- or rookie free agents to 22. At the same time I've got players. So we're starting get much easier. ular season approaches. lowed by a three-hour get long looks these days, a big responsibility. It's go- from scratch ..No harm,
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!r"In this June 8, 1963, photo, Emile Griffith smiles in the dressing room after regaining his. welterweight world
championship title by defeating Luis Rodriguez, at New
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS York's Madison Square Garden. At right is Griffith's coach
Driver Tony Stewart signs autographs after practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race July 13 at New Hampshire Motor Gil Clancy. 0 Speedway in Loudon, N.H. The NASCAR Trucks Series will race at Stewart's Eldora Speedway dirt track Wednesday.


NASCAR returns to dirt roots Revered champion
The Associated Press y long time," he said. "I'vei at
"It s definitely going to be interesting whe we get had a lot of fun racing at G at, 75
Time to attach the mud 30 d o the a at the same tie in tig1t Eldora and have had quite
flaps. a bit of success, so I am The Associated Press up the kind of decisions
NASCAR is set for an off- quarters like that. It's going to be an action-packed excited to get, back I can't that are praised.by purists
road detour through the race." wait to see how the trucks Inside the smaller -the- but usually jeered by fans
dirt. James Buescher, run there.". ater at Madison Square '.hoping for a knockout.
The Truck Series is NASCAR Truck Series driver Even with the lengthy Garden about five years Griffith often attended
headed- for the Eldora gap between NASCAR dirt ago, shortlybeforeaworld fights in his later years,
Speedway half-mile dirt the series' biggest winners, ing to be an action-packed races, fans and drivers are title fight, Emile Griffith especially at the Garden, track for a one-night only like Kyle Busch, are sitting race. I just hope there's not buzzing over the race, a was introduced one more where he headlined 23 special designed torecon- out. Ryan Newman and too manycautions."- rarity in a series that of- time to the crowd. He times. He was also a frenect NASCAR with its early Dave Blaney are the only It could happen. After ten runs in front of mostly rose shakily from his.seat,. quent visitor to the boxroots- and give fans raised Cup drivers in the field. all, the trucks weren't built empty grandstands as a waved ever so briefly and ing clubs around New on asphalt and stock Cars a The race will feature to race on dirt, so some ad- supl ort race in a Sprint then sat down. York City. taste of the wild races run a handful of so-called justments were needed. "Ctip weekend. The applause kept, "He always hadtime'for
in the dust. ringers, such as Scott The Goodyear. dirt. tire But a big crowd, big rat- going. boxing fans when visitThe last time one of Bloomquist, a member of. has been widened from ings and a great race could Revered in- retirement ing the hall on an annual
NASCAR's top touring se' theNational DirtTrack Hall 10 to 11 inches to provide go far. in making an Eldora 'perhaps more than durt- basis," Brophy'said, "and ries competed on'dirt was of Fame with more than a larger contact patch a regular stop on the Truck ing his fighting days, was one of the most popSept10, 1970, when Rich- 500 victories in a lengthy with the track and give the Series circuit and may- Griffith died. Tuesday at ular boxers, to return year ard Petty won, a NASCAR career. 'The 49-year-old trucks ,more grip. While, be. make stock car racing 75,after a long battle with after year." Sprint Cup Series' (called Bloomquist is set to make the Eldora right-side tire there airealiky. pugilistic dementia. The That outpouring of love the Grand National Divi- his NASCAR debut driving will basically- remain the "If it ,has 'incredible suc- first fighter to be crowned that he received late in sion at that. time) :race at the No. 51 Toyota for Kyle same height as a NASCAR cess, who knows how world champion from life stood in stark conthe North Carolina State Busch Motorsports: tire run on asphalttracks, far" this could ?" driver ,the U.S. Virgin Islands, trast to the way he was
Fairgrounds in Raleigh. "It's going to be some- the left-side is 3 inches Kenny Wallace said. "You Griffith required full-time received after March 24,
-The dirt'drought ends thing different I'm sure, shorter (85.8 inches) to could put. the Nationwide care late in life and diedat 1962, when he fought Pawhen the trucks race but it's a racd car and I've build in more stagger,. Series there. One thing I an extended care facility ret before a~national TV. Wednesday night at Tony driven a lot of. race cars," which' will help the trucks always remind people of inHempstead, N.Y. audience, at the Garden. Stewart-owned Eldora in he said. "Never a truck, but turn better. and I race dirt all over "Emilewas a gifted ath- Griffith knocked out his
Rossburg, Ohio. it's still a race car." The trucks will be fit- the United'States this is lete and truly a great box- bitter rival in the 12th
Stewart, still a regular on The race also gets a twist ted for mesh shields and where Kasey Kahne, Tony er," Hall of Fame director rotind to regain his own the.weeknight racing cir- on qualifying. There are hood deflectors to hold off Stewart, Clint Bowyer, Ed Brophy said. "'Outside welterweight title, and cuit, has naturally become five, eight-lap qualifying debris kicked up from the' Ryan Newman came from. the ring he was as great Paret went into a coma a big booster of NASCAR's events and a 15-lap last- muck. Three quarters of the field a gentleman'as he was a and died from his injuries
return to dirt. Most of the chance race to come up The drivers who know in. Sprint Cup came from fighter." 10 days later.
field drove their first Eldora with the 30 competitors how to get dirty are the dirt tracks just like. Eldora. An elegant fighter with Sports Illustrated relaps at Tuesday's practice. (regularly 36 in the series) easy favorites. I think this is a really good. a quick jab, Griffith's bril- ported in 2005 .that
"It's a neat facility," Stew- who 'will start the 150-lap Kyle Larson,. pegged as deal." liant careerwas overshad- Griffith may have been
art said. 'It's'well lit, it's a 'Mudsummer Classic. Be- :NASCAR's next big star, is The race comes sixweeks owed by the fatal beating fueled by an anti-gay slur" wide racetrack, it gives you cause there is no pit road, one of the few drivers with after te death ofNASCAR he gave Benny "The Kid" directed at him by Paret a lot of options' of where, the race is broken into experience onthe dirt oval. driver Jason Leffler on a Paret in a 1.962 title bout. during the weigh-in. Over you can go and what you three segments of 60, 50 Larson is one Of only two dirt track in New Jersey. The outcome darkened the years, in books and can do. I think it gives and 40 laps. drivers to sweep the USAC State police say a mechan- the world'of boxing, even interviews, Griffith de-those guys an opportu- Trucks driver James Bue- Four Crown Nationals at ical problem was to blame prompting some network. scribed himself at various, nity. The practice day on scher raved about Eldora Eldora Speedway. Lar- f~r the spinout that ended 'television stations to stop times as straight, gay and Tuesday should help. a lot after he tested there.: son also won in the USAC with Leffler's car slamming showing live fights. bisexual. of those teams be able to "It was a lot more fun Midgets in2012 into a concrete wall. It also cast.him as a pa- "People spit at me in
get acclimated before they than I expected it to be," he There's a reason this The 37-year-old Long riah to many'inside and 'the street," Griffith told come back to the track on said. "It's definitely going track was selected for him Beach, Calif., native was outside the sport. The Associated Press in Wednesday." to be interesting when we to make his second Truck a two-time winner on the He went on to have a 1993, recalling"the days
Eldora's grandstands are get 30 trucks on the trick Series start of the season. NASCAR Nationwide Se- successful career after after Paret's'death. "We sold out for the 9:30 p.m. at the same time in tight "I have been looking for- res and a onetime win- that fatal fight, but Griffith stayed in a hotel Every ET race, even as some of quarters like that. It's go- ward to thidS race for a real- ner in the Truck Series, acknowledged later. in time there was a knock life that he was never the on' the door, I would run
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COLLEGE Medical Office Admin., batteries. Many upgrades including flat screen front/rear CD/MP3, DVD w/remote, fabric w/4 mm.... .ME... EUUEUEEEEEE mmmPharmacy Technology, TVs, new mattress, rock guard, and more. captain seats. Maintained w/most service Electrical Trades & HVAC! $37,000. In Blakely, GA. Call 229-723-4360. records. 60-75% tread $5,900 334-790-6621
Call Fortis College 888-202-4813 Vangaurd 1988 25 ft. RV Ford 350 Econoline
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For Rental Info & Applications gen headlamps, running lamps, ultrasonic rear
Call: 850-482-7150 'parking assist, am/fm stereo, satellite radio, FOR JUNK VEHICLES.
Holly Hill Apartments Boston premium acoustic sound system, leath- F1 2 3
Located at: 4414 Holly Hill Drive, Marianna er sport bucket seats, elite alum. wheels. Only I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
Mon-Fri, 9:00 AM-5:0OPM 13,000 mi. Exc. condition. $28,900. 334-797-0987 0 ENTE
(TDD #1-800-955-8771) 2012 Smart Car Convertible -11000 miles, like 24 HOUR TOWING 4 334-792-8664
Equal Housing Opportunity Provider & Employer new, factory warranty, A/C, A/T, heated seats and much more. Asking only $14,995.00,
Call 334 701-5129 Y
Audi 2011 A4, sun roof, lather, low miles. Call
I ;qli =I I.'] I] -'II ]Matt 334.587-2957.
Clinton St. Rm & kitchen, utilities incl, new rugs Buick 1997 LeSabre,
$395; other furn.rooms for $350 727-433-RENT usoladed, cold air,
new tires, 79,000 miles,
APART ENTSUNFURISHE like new condition,
S2R11/ BA Apartment For~ Rentin. $3874. Call 334-790-7959.
Nice Neighborhood $600/ <. Chevrolet 2012 Impala LT, factory warranty,
11 -Call 850-482-5134 4 like new, $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron
Ellis 334-714-0028.
One bedroom apartment for rent
2941 Dodge 2002 Grand Caravan
$490 month 1 yr. lease $400 dep. Se Taupe. Power driver
Call Joanne 850-693-0570 *.oseat, power windows,
?5 I ocks. A/C. Heater works
HOUSESl UNFURNIHED great front and rear,
AM/FM/tape/CD, towing pkg, roof rack, front
1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna cloth bucket seats 2 rows bench seats. Runs
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own & rides well. High highway mileage 266K, good
Lot rent included. For details gas mileage. $2,200. 334-696-4767
4 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4m DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE?
3BR/1BA, 2643 Faney St Cottondale. GOT BAD CREDIT?
CH&A No Pets, $600 Mo. + $400 Dep. Pass Repo pass bankruptcy 3
(850) 352-4222 or 850-557-4513 slow credit ok
Austin Tyler & Co Tax, Tag & Title
Quality Homes & Apartments
no 850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com m. Ask about S75. monthly FREE GAS IV ..... .
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" GIVE AWAY
ho l Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550
Ford 2011 Fusion, low miles, leather, priced to
2/2 located in Sneads $350. mo. sell. Call Bon 205-572-1279.
Honda 2000 Civic SI : 5 speed, Red, 2 door, sunS850-573-0308, roof, 124k miles, 2nd owner,'excellent condition, very clean in and out, cold AC, needs dis23 bedroom mobileHomes in Ctt :.dale. tributor cap, $3,000. Call 334-798-2302
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer I Infiniti 2012 37: 23k miles, fully loaded, blue inclu.d.d
__" __________850-209-8947______________ with beige leather interior, navigation system, ....:/w..3. ... XM radio, heated seats, alloy wheels, sunroof, Buffet: $175; Curio Cabinet $125; Hand Stitched Movie Camera, Panasonic OMMI PV500 VHS
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. one owner, regular maintenance and serviced. Queen Quilt $200 Txt 850-272-6903 for pics. $40 Pet Mate (3) 42x30x28 $40 Ea. 850-592-2881
NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month $32,000 Call 334-355-1426 Dresser with mirror, good condtion. $100. 850Roomate situation also available. Uncoln 2006 Towncar Signature Series: pearl 445-6834 85C0 Your Closet Collect Some Cah
850-258-1594 Leave Message white, 76k miles, biege leather interior, fully Folding Poker Table 48' oak for 8 w/green felt
loaded, well maintained, Michelin tires $9,500
OBO. Call 334-701-1526 surface and hard top cover. $280 no trades, Treadmill Vitamaster with electric incline $100.
2 & 3 OR Mobile Homes cash only. 850-933-8547. 850-592-3304
in Maanna&Snead s 0 9 Nissanr 2010 Frontier, X cab, low miles, must
insell! $200 down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis Metal Sign, lighted display area 10x5 w/2-6ft. Whirlpool Washing Machine : white $125;
334-714-0028.. supports, letters & pole $500. 850-592-6203 Kenmoore Washer white $125 850-482-3267
I* 3/2 Dbl. Wd. Mobile Home (by itself) Nissan 2012 Maxima, low miles, sun roof,
on quiet lot in Sneads. 850-209-8595 priced to sell. Call Tavaris 334-618 7989.
Nissan 2012 Sentra, still under factory Warran- ak new
3BR 2BA, Mobile Home nice total elec. on pave ty..Great gas mileage, real nice car. $300 down, road near Blue Springs water & yard maint. fur- $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791- Fn o t lo
nished No Pets $550. mo + dep. 850-638-7822 8243.
Fo Toyota 2012 Corolla, Save Fuel! Great fuel mileCott e starting @ $age, under factory warranty, all power, AC, >
PW, PDL, AT, CD. $300 down, $300 per month.
Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. S w t w w b i y a
Quiet, well maintained Park, Water/sewer/
garbage/lawn included. 3/2'$575. 2002 Harley Davidson So
-also 2/1 Brick Duplex $600. w/ carport Ultra Classic Electra Glide.
a* Joyce Riley RE 850-209-7825-4m Custom purple/black S w p a w t sr a
ai int Loaded. Bike is
Chromed out. Garaged.
14,750 miles. In excellent. D
OTHER PROPETIES condition. Call 334-792-8701 or 714-4548.
Custom Built Soft Tail s t eat.
Beauty Shop Downtown equip. incl. avail. now, built in 2010, 750 mi.
$495. /mo, 4376 Lafayette 727-433-RENT S&S motor 6 speed, trans
custom everything. a o Event
RHave all receipts.
Clear title $8000. FIRM s e m v & moe
HOMES WITH ACREAGE ___229-220-6693 or 609-577-5789.
Harley Davidson 2003,
Mobile Home on 5 Acres: 2BR/1BA well, Septice 100 Anniversary Edition,
tank, fixer upper on paved road near Marianna. Heritage Softail Classic,
$25,000. Call 0u850"482"8333 or 850-209-4936 Xtaragtpesblack w/Kts e~ayof $50chrome,


2BR/1.5BA Townhome on Merritt's Mill Pond. Fim22-2192
Marrianna New roof, carpet and dock. Beaiti- HarleY Davidson 2004 Sportster 1200 Roadster: ful view of Water! $115,900 Call 850-693-9540 20k miles $6,000 OBO. Call 334-588-3677 ,-i "
-'.' ,-'- Honda 2006 Goldwing: 1800CC, black, one own- ;.,
L-A )r 1er, many extra, and matching trailer available. I.t1.I~$13,500 Call 334-796-4125
____________ :[o7__________- _______ "_Suzuki 2006 Grand Viltara 125K miles, good ; :.
cond. great little compact SUV $6000.F 2003 Triton V 176 Magnum: alum hull, with 334-791-8977. 115H Mercury motor, trolling motor, excellent Yamaha 199V-Star: 1100CC, 33k miles, runsbe tfs condition, $9,500. Call 254-394-6703 and looks great and very clean. Asking $2,500.
Astro 1989 18ff Boat: Aluminum hull, with Call 334-596-5032 trailer, 1998 Mercury engine, ll5HP, 2 electric ___-_____________L_______________anchors, front and rear, new fish/depth finder,
2 new batteries, plenty of storage, live well, .Eddie Bauer 2010 Explorer, 21K miles, all leathnew trolling motor. Excellent fishing boat! er inside, like showroom condition, can, be seen $3,500 Call 334-445-1616 .at 518 !E Barbour St. between 10AM-4PM weekBlue Fin Bass days, $23,500 334-616-7272
1998 Elimator All
Aluminum Bass ge9Ra1 ;] -] = B;-t ]{% ;- =t uda addhayh fih
Boat, 50 HP force dog 98Rm10:Qa alaehayRight here, right now,
*engine, gal~~an- duty towing package, camper shell included, ized trailer-new low miles, less than l00kmiles $4,500 OBO. all ofthe tim e.
tires, all in very Call 334-793-1946 or 334-618-0583 goodv cel odiio, 2 Ford '03 Ford Pacer Bus: for sale to the highest newsetsne lum i veir well boxde s, 4399 bidder. The bus may be seen at Dothan Adult
new seats,131 ne oumnidfs dr 82 Care Center, 795 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, Ala- i''"..
bama. Sealed bids must be sent to Wiregrass r.
Johnson, 12/24 T rolling Motor w/on Board Dothan, Alabama, by August 30, 2013, by 4:00 ,
Charger, Humminbird Depth/Fish Finder, p.m. If you have questions, contact Mona ",
CD/Radio, Garage Kept, $6,200 OBO 334-695- Meadows (334) 792-0022, Ext. 283. . .
3609 *Ford 2006 F350: power stroke, 6.0 Turbo deisel,, ,
tl: l ;\vl lg/1 i11:;{-"] very short wheel base, 48k miles, 7,800k hours'" ., ,
on engine, very good truck for pulling peanut & 2005 Camper- Cavalier 8 x 32ft. sleeps 8, AC, corn wagons. 8,000. Call 334-393-3746 ..
tub &shower, stove & oven, microwave, frig, Ford '97 Ford Pacer Bus: for sale to the highest." -.e
dbl. sink, 2 Ig. gas bottles $3250. 334-983-4941. bidder. The bus may be seen at Enterprise |
~Crossroads 2001 Travel Trail- Adult Care Center, 106 Douglas Brown Circle,!
~ er 30ft, one slide out, new re- Enterprise, Alabama. Sealed bids must be sent
frigerator, new awning and to Wiregrass Rehabilitation Center, 795 Ross
TV included. A/C, tub & Clark-Circle, Dothan, Alabama, by August 30,
.. .. shower, stove, microwave, 2013, by 4:00 p.m. If you have questions, condbl sink, tow gas bottles. Couch makes into tact Mona Meadows 334)792-0022, Ext. 283. extra bed, good condition $5,500 Call Mike Tractor 1977" -79 Ford 1600 series, very good 334-677-5701 or Cell 334-648-6166 condition, comes with 12 ft. long dual axle
IT'S AS EASY AS 1 2 3 trailer steel frame & box blade, approx 3 yrs. S S
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Fans to pick hole location


for final round at PGA

The Associated Press onship at Oak Hill in 1980 the left, so the wind will
by seven shots over Andy influence the shot. It will GULLANE, Scotland Bean. That had been the be fun."
If Phil Mickelson and largest margin of victory When fans go to the Ian Poulter don't like the in the PGA Championship website, they can click one hole location for the par-3 until Rory McIlroy won by of the four hole locations
*15th at Oak Hill in the final eight last year at Kiawah to get a visual presentaround of the PGA Chamin- Island. tion, along with the audio
pionship, they might want "The idea came up, we of Nicklaus explaining the to take it up with the fans. spoke to Jack and he was .differences in how it could After all, th& fans are go- very excited about it," said affect the shot. ing to decide where to put Kerry Haigh, the chief "The chance for golffans the pin. championships officer for to interact with the PGA
The PGA of America an- the PGA of America. Championship and play
nounced a contest called The 15th hole is 181 a role in shaping the outTHtASSOCIATEDPRESS "PGA Championship Pick yards with bunkers to the come of the final round Phil Mickelson gestures as he holds the claret jug after winning the British Open on Sunday at the Hole Location Chal- left and water along the fascinates me," Nicklaus Muirfield, Scotland. lenge Hosted by Jack right side. said.. "It's like being able to
Nicklaus." The fans won't be able to call the shots during the
Fans can go to the PGA's put the flag wherever they fourth quartet of the Sulwebsite www.PGA. want. Haigh said the 15th per Bowl ... I believe this
com/pickthehole start- green has a number of op- new concept will serve ing Tuesday through Aug. tionis for pins, and he has as an exciting hands-on The Associated Press pion. Oakmont had Sam What made this so com- 10 to vote for one of four selected four from which learning experience for
Parks Jr. Medinah had Lou pelling was Mickelson. options for the hole loca- the fans can choose. They golf fans, and I'mhappy to GULLANE, Scotland Graham. A four-timemajor chamin- tion. The ideais to educate will not affect where lie be involved."
On the day after a Brit- There was no way that pion, he had only con- fans on how a course set- sets the hole location for Haigh has been in
ish Open that will be talked was going to happen at tended twice in the British up affects strategy, show the other three rounds. charge of setting up the about for years, it was time Muirfield. Open. Muirfield has a short them the kind of informa- "They will be four not course for the PGA Chamfor Muirfield to. return to Of the nine players wlo history, of players winning tion onhole locations the used during the week," he pionship, Senior PGA and normal. Workers disman- had at least an outside the claret jug with help players are given each day said. "It's a green that does Ryder Cup since 1989.
tled the green seats in.all chance on the back nine, from other's misfortunes. and let them take part in have plentiful locations A sweepstakes will be the grandstands. Trucks it was a toss-up between That's often true in majors their own way in the PGA because there's water all held in conjunction with carried out supplies from Stenson and Hunter Ma- to some degree, but not Championship. the way down the length the contest, with one prize
the tented village. The had of those who had the this one. Mickelson seized The final major is Aug. of. the hole, and three a chance 'to get behindblue name plates of play- least credentials: Sten- it with fotir birdies on the 8-11. bunkers. There isn't an the-scenes experience at
ers wereremoved from the son has won The Play- last six holes, and a mo- Nicklaus won his'record- easy one. It's difficult. And the PGA Championship
lockers. ers Championship and a nrrientum-saving par on the tying fifth PGA Champi- it's sheltered by a tree on next year at Valhalla.
Still towering over the World Golf Championship. 16th when he used his 6018th green was that enor- Mahan has two WGC titles degree wedge for a shot so mous, .glorious, yellow and was playing in the fi- many others would have scoreboard with all the let- nal group at his second putted a thin lie, up a ters and numbers in place. straight major. steep slope to a green with
"Well done, Phil. See you That set the stage for a false front to 8 feet to set at Royal Liverpool." Mickelson to play what up a tough putt.
On the left side of the he believes to be the best "I don't want anybody to board were the names, round of his. career. By hand it to me," Mickelson numbers and ,memories numbers alone, it was his said. "I want to go out and D ERM TOLO GY ASSOCIATES
of Muirfield. Phil Mickel- lowest final round ofa ma- get it. And today I did." son with a red "3" next to jor. On a course that didn't Muirfield .also provided K 1 l CAN C T1 tN ER
his name, the only player yield a single bogey-free another chance to handiunder par. Henrik Stenson. round all week, Mickelson cap Woods and his pursuit LeeWestwood, IanPoulter, only dropped a shot at the of the record 18 majors by Adam Scott, Zach Johnson, 10th.hole. The scoring av- Nicklaus. Hideki Matsuyama and erage for Sunday was just Woods is back to winning
--at the bottom Tiger under 73.5. Mickelson shot more than everyone else, Woods. 66, matching the lowest but all he can say about
Four players had a share score-of the tournament. It the majors is that he's back of the lead Sunday. Twice was the lowest final round to contending in them. He as many looked as though ever at Muirfield, and the has left a mark in five of they might walk away with lowest by an Open cham- the last six majors either the claret jug. It might have pion since Justin Leonard a share of the 36-hole lead been one of the best, deep- shot 65 at Royal Troon in or close enough.on Sunday est leaderboards in the fi- 1997. to pay attention to that red
nal-round of a major in 20 The greatest final round shirt but he has yet to years. Last one: Inverness in a major? be a serious contender. He Now seein s in o new ianna ffie.
n the PGA Championship, Not quite. says he has been in "probwhen Paul Azinger beat just about anything will ably about half the majors 4306 3rd Avenue Suite A (next t kson spinal)
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Muirfield has the great- has that his 63 at Oak- case since his 'downfall, est -collection of winners mont in 1973 was pretty It would be foolish to dis-- ,,
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Celebrate the new school year-* Why not organize a back to school party this year? Turning the first day of school into a : festive occasion is a great way to start off the new school year on the right foot.
You probably already know that eating breakfast is vital for energy and for increasing
one's capacity to learn. Make your back-to-school breakfast a colorful affair. Set the .....
table with fresh flowers and new placemats, and concoct a healthy breakfast that's a * bit out of the ordinary. If your children aren't hungry, asmoothie and a small homemade * fat-free muffin are easy to manage, even for small stomachs that are feeling queasy * with stress. *
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