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 )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Part of a home is collapsed and a nearby tree is snapped
in half, Wednesday, July 24, near Hartsfield Road and Pop-
lar Springs Road in Greenwood. The damage resulted from
storms with straight-line winds that moved through the
area the night before.


Storm rakes


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tri-state area


Staff Report
A storm blew through
Jackson County early
Tuesday evening, dam-
aging the home of a Jack-
son County man, dis-
rupting power, sending
trees into roadways and
creating other problems
around the county.
Winds shredded and
toppled several trees
around the home of
Willie Mack, located on
Hartsfield Road near the
Poplar Springs Rohd in-
tersection. A section of
the roof and other parts
of the home were dam-
aged. apparently by wind
and limbs.
At Sunland, trees fell
onto the perimeter fence
and a Florida Depart-
ment of Transporta-
tion team, was working
to remove those early
Wednesday morning so
that the fence could be
repaired.
Marianna Municipal
Airport.Manager Homer
Sims said several trees
were down in the air-
port property and as of
Wednesday a large tree
* was also down on its
perimeter.
Crews were working to
clean it up that morning.
There was minor dam-
age to airport facilities,
including the tin roof of
.an old storage hangar.
Wind had rolled the
roof up, but a plane be-
ing stored inside was ap-
parently not damaged,


Sims said, adding that
owner Johnny McDaniel
had been out to inspect
it after the storm.
Jackson County Road
andBridge hadtwo crews
of three men working all
night to remove trees,
limbs and debris from
roadways.
According to depart-
ment superintendent Al
Green, road obstructions
were.reported at 49 loca-
tions overnight, with 100
trees involved, and more
were being discovered
Wednesday morning.
Florida Public Utilities
Engineering Manager
Steve Toole said roughly
3,100 customers experi-
enced outages, most of
them caused by trees or
limbs falling onto lines.
The outages were pri-
marily in the Alford and
Cottondale areas west of
Marianna, and in Malo-
ne, Bascom and Green-
wood, other areas north
of Marianna, along with
a few scattered reports
inside Marianna.
Toole said the wind
and rain, coupled with
saturated ground from
several days of heavy rain
in.the recent past, set up
a "recipe" for trouble be-
cause those conditions
weakened some trees'
moorings.
Almost 1.2 inches
of rain fell in Jackson
County during the storm
and throughout the day
See STORM, Page 7A


Grisly Discovery


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Krystal Mayo with the State Medical Examiner's Office and Officer Fred Wayne Beasley with the Marianna Police
Department document the area where the body of a woman was found near the westbound Interstate 10 off ramp at Penn
Avenue on Wednesday morning.



Police: Body found




near 1-10 in Marianna


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
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MNlarianna policeosaV theA' are fair-
iv certain they know the identity of
, the female body found hanging
from a fence near the 1-10 exit at
Kynesville Road/Pennsylvania Av-
enue in Marianna Wednesday, but
are awaiting a medical examiner's
investigation and other confirm-
ing information before releasing
the name.
The cause of death had not been
established as of this report and
suicide has not been ruled out, but
the case is being handled as a pos-
sible homicide. Police are not re-
leasing details about the materials
used in the hanging.
The body was found just before
10 a.m. by some men who were
spraying foliage in the area under
contract with the Department of
Transportation. The fence, topped
with three rows ofbarbedwire, sep-
arated a large wooded field from
*the interstate. The body was found
in an area along the fence which
was located fronted by a smaller
stand of trees. This orientation hid
Sthe body from the view of passing
motorists. Authorities say the state


The body of an unidentified woman was found in this wooded area at the
westbound Interstate 10 off ramp at Penn Avenue on Wednesday morning.


of decomposition suggested that
the 'individual has been deceased
for some time.
SThe Marianna Police Depart-
ment, with the assistance of the
Jackson County Sheriff's, Office,
is investigating. FDLE crime lab
technicians came from Pensacola
to collect evidence and otherwise
process the scene.
Among the theories being exam-
ined is'that the body is that of a


Bascom woman who was reported
missing in late March. Her male
companion reported her missing
to the Jackson County Sheriff's Of-
fice, saying that they were traveling
together on Interstate 10, with the
woman behind the wheel, when
she stopped the car, got out and
disappeared into the woods along-
side the off ramp.
See BODY, Page 7A


Chipola


FBI presents law enforcement training program


Session gives
insight to officer
safety, survival
BYANGIE COOK
acook@jcfloridan.com

Area law enforcement
officers were on the cam-
pus of Chipola.College on
Wednesday for an all-day
safety and street survival
training session present-
ed by the FBI.
Chipola reports that
more than 90 area law
enforcement officials
>CLASSIFIEDS...5B


attended Wednesday's
Law Enforcement Offi-
cers Killed and Assaulted
program, which aimed to
assist managers, train-
ers and other personnel
in the identification of
training issues for 'the
purpose of preventing
the deaths or serious in-
juries to members of law
enforcement.
Among those attend-
ing was Marianna Police
Chief Hayes Baggett, who
suggested, the LEOKA
program, when asked
See TRAINING, Page 7A
SENTERTAINMENT...4B


)) LOCAL...2A


)) OBITUARIES...7A )) STATE...3-4A


More than 90 area law enforcement
officials attended a LEOKA (Law
Enforcement Officers Killed and
Assaulted) Officer Safety and Street
Survival Training Program, July 24,
at Chipola-College. Pictured (from
left) are: Chipola Public Service
Director Steve Anderson, Chipola
Executive Vice President Dr. Jason
Hurst, Marianna Police Chief Hayes
Baggett, Chipola Law Enforcement
Coordinator Steven Stewart and
Jackson County Sheriff's Department
Captain Scotty Edwards. FBI Trainer
Brian McAllister presented the
program intended to help prevent
the deaths and/or serious injuries of
officers.


) SPORTS...1B.


))WEATHER...2A


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Wetker Outlook
Isolated Storm. Hot & Humid.
Today
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High 920
Low 43


J j High-950
Low -730

Friday
Mostly Sunny & Hot.


High 920
SLow- 730


Sunday
SScattered Storms. :


High -93
Low 730

Saturday
Isolated Storms. Hot &
Humid.,


JAW High 90
Low- 720


Monday
Showers '& Storms Likely.'.


TIDES ULTRAVIOLET INDEX
Panama City. Low'- 8:53PM High 12:05 PM .
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RIVER READINGS Reading
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Blountstorwn 13.35 ft.
Maiianna . 13.02,ft.
Caryville 11.77 ft.


Flood Stage
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FLORIDAN
Publisher Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski
doberski@jcfloridan.com

CONTACTUS
Telephone: 850-526-3614
FAX:850-482-4478
Email: editorailljcllordan.com
Mailing Address:
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SStreet Address:
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S, Marianna, FL32446
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newspaperwill not knowingly accept or
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis-
ing which expresses preference based on
legally protected personal characteristics is
not acceptable.

HOWTOGETYOUR
NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County FIodridan will publish
news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
Events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.'
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement,
anniversary and birth announcements.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good quality and
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the
right to edit all submissions..
SGETTIlING IT RIGHT
The Jackson County Floridan's policy
is to correct mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call 526-3614
Monday-Friday.


Commuty Calendaz


TODAY
,) Marianna City Farmer's Market -7 a.m.-noon
at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh
fruits and vegetables grown by local'farmers.'.
) Spring/Summer Clothing Sale 9a.m.-' p.m.
at St. Anne Thrift Store, St. Anne Catholic Church in
Marianna. Call,482-3734. ,
)), Area Agency on Aging for N. Fla. Board/Ad-
visory Council Meeting -,10:30 a.m. EDT at 2414
Mahan Drive, Tallahassee. Public welcome. Call 850-
488-0055or emailburnsl@elderaffairs.org.
Chipola Civic Club Meeting-noo'n at The Oaks
Restaurant. Highway 90 in Marianna. The CCC's
focus is the local community. "Community. Children
.&Character". Call 526-3142.
Job Club Noon-3 p.m.-:at the Goodwill Career
Training Center, 4742 Highway 90, Marianna. Learn
i job seeking/retention skills; get job search assis-
tance. Call 5260139.' )
D Employability Workslop "Cooing With Unem-
ployment" 2:30 p.m. at the Marianna OneStop
Career Center, 4636 Highway 90 in Mlarianna. Visit
' EmployFlorda.com to register or call 718-0326.
p Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group
- 5:30. p:m at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Bbard
Roobn. Free td attend. Curriculum developed by ex-
smokers for those who want to become e -smokers
themselves. Call 482-6500.
))Jackson County Habitat for Humanity Annual
'Corporate Meeting 6 p.m. at the Jackson
County -.Habitat Board Room. 4736 Highway 90.
Marianna. The purpose of the meeting is to mntro-t ,
duce officers and board members [or the coming
,year, discuss goals for 2013-2014 and recognize the
citizens of Jackson County who make the ministry
successful. Bring a covered dish and join in the fel-
lowship. Call 482-2187. .
6th Annual Summer Concert Series featuring.
Dry Creek 7-9 p.m. at Madison Park'in Marianna.
This free event is presented by Jackson County
Parks and Recreation and Main Street Marianna.
i) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,
8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale-
donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking;
papers will not be signed. .

FRIDAY, JULY 26
Knitters Nook -10 a.m. at the Jackson County
Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and experi-
enced knitters are welcomed. Call 482-9631.
) 18th White, Purdee and Spires Biennial
Reunion July 26-28 at Citizen Lodge in Marianna.
Friday: 5'p.m. fish fry social, followed by a basketball
game ...
"Senior Singles" Meeting 6-8 p.m. at Marl-
anna First United Methodist Church Wesley Center
(behind the post office, facing Lafayette St,).. Single
seniors age 50,and older are invited for games,
food, prizes, and speakers. No charge. Donations
accepted; proceeds fund charitable endeavors of
SMarianna's Gathering Place Foundation. Call 526-
4561.
Celebrate Recovery- 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult,
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and


hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856,573-1131.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA.room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

S: SATURDAY, JULY 27
I Marianna CityFarmer's Market 7 a.m.- noon
at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh
fruits and vegetables grown by local farmers.
Free Car Wash for Senior Citizens 8 a.m.
to noon. at Advance Auto Parts, 47,20 Highway 90
East, Manrianna. Open to all seniors 65 and older.
Sponsor: St. Joseph Masonic Lodge No. 99:'"
18th White, Purdee and Spires Biennial
Reunion July 26-28 at Citizen Lodge in Marianna:
Saturday: 7 a.m. Dutch-treat breakfast (Po Folks);
S8:30 a.m. bowling; 11a.m. to 3 p.m. a day at the
park with games, food and events/competitions;,
and an evening Hawaiian luau with Ceremonies and
talent shows.:, .
..' FWC is offering a Free Hunter Safety Internet-
Completion Course- 8 a8m.-3 p.m. at the Chipola
College Firing Range, 3052 Calhoun Road,.Mari- ,
anna. Must complete the Internet course before
class, bring a copy of the final report to class. Final
report .form does not h'aveto be notarized. Children
under the age of 16 must be.accompanied by an
adult. Bring pencil and paper.to class. Visit MyFWC..
com/HunterSafety orcall.850-265-3676.
23rd Annual Andrew and Rebecca Cobb
Worley Reunion 9 a.m. at the Bonifay, Ag Center,
.Highway 90 in Bonifay. All.family members and
friends are invited to attend. Bring a well-filled food
basket andfamily pictures for a time of reminiscing
and fellowship. Entertainment is planned. Call 547-
*9282, 263-4744 or 263-3072.
) Women's Self-Defense Class -10 a.m,-noon
at Williams Martial Arts, 4421 Constitution Lane in
Marianna. nrstructdr Alisha Jones will teach basic
. safety and preventive techniques. Cost is $5 per
person for females age 16 and older. Call 850-899-
1611.
Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10
a.m. until last patient is seen,:at 1770 Carolina St. in
Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
without medical insurance treats short-term
illnesses and'chronic conditions. Appointments
available (cll 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins
welcome. Sign in before noon.
Choir Reunion -10 a.m. at thle Jackson County
Public Library, Green Street, Marianna: All former
members of the United Voices for Christ Mass Choir
' of Jackson County are invited. Call 594-3778.,
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30-
5:30 p.m. in theAA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
S SUNDAY, JULY 28
S18th White, Purdee and Spires Biennial
Reunion July 26-28 at Citizen Lodge in Marianna.
Sunday: Rev. Brian Hankerson brings the.message
to family and friends, 8 a.m.
Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
S6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
(in one-story building behind'4351W. Lafayette St.).
Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop


drinking. ..
S))Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in
the:board. room of Campbellton-Graceville. Hospital,
5429 College Drive, Graceville .

MONDAY, JULY29 '
Children's Summer Feeding Program Morn-
ing snackat 9 a.m.and lunch at noon at St. James.
A.M.E. Church, 2891 Orange St. in Marianna. Free
program is available Monday-Friday for children
through the age of 18. Morning snacks such as milk,
juice, cereal and lunch items such as sandwiches
and wraps will be served. This is an open walk-in
site, no pre-registrati6n is required.,Call 850-615-
2934.
Parkinson'.s Support Group Noon inthe
ground-floor classroom of Jackson Hospital, 4250
Hospital Drive, Marianna. Lunch provided. Those
diagnosed with Parkinson's and their caregivers are
invited. Parkinson's.DVD series continues with this
month's topic: "EIercise" No cost to participate.
Call 718-2661. "
Employability Workshop "Understanding the
Workforce" 2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop
Career Center, 4636 Highway 90 in Marianna. Visit
SEmployFlorida.com to register or call 718-0326.
)) Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meeting
5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
,3975 US 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings'
are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for
Projects, lessons, help. All quilterswelcome. Call
-209-7638.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p:m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901.Caledonia St., Marianna. '

TUESDAY JULY30
Marianna CityFarmer's Market -7 a.m.-noon
Sat-Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh
fruits and vegetables grown by local farmers.
i Panhandle Public Library Cooperative System
Work Group Meeting 9 a.m. at 2862 Madison
St. in Marianna. Call 482-9296.
Spring/Summer Clothing Sale -r 9 a.m.-l p.m.
at St. Anne Thrift Store, St. Anne Catholic Church in -
Marianna. Call 482-3734M. .
Orientation -Noon-3,p.m: at Goodwill Career
Training Center, 4742 Highway 90, Marianna. Learn '
about and register for free services: Call 526-0139.
Sewing Circle 1'p.m. at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call
S482-5028.
)) Employability Workshop "Employability
Skills" 2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop
Career Center, 4636 Highway 90 in Marianna. Visit
EmployFlorida.com to register or call 718-0326.
)) School Board Public Hearing/Meeting- 5:01
p.m. in the JCSB board room, 2903 Jefferson St.,
Marianna. Purpose: To adopt tentative budget and
millage rates for 2013-2014. Call 482-1200.
) Extension class: "Meals on the Grill in 30
Minutes" 6-8 p.m. at Jackson County Exten-
sion, Room B, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna.
Learn how to grill entrees, side dishes and desserts.
SCost: $7 R.S.V.P. by July 23. Call 482-9620 or email
amandangriffin@ufl.edu.


The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.O 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Co'hstitution Lane in Marianna.


Marianna Police
Department
The Marianna Police Department listed
the following incidents for July 23, the lat-
est available report: Two accidents, one
reckless driver, one suspicious vehicle, four
suspicious persons, two escorts, one bur-
glary of a vehicle, one physical disturbance,
three verbal disturbances, two burglar
alarms, one robbery alarm, three traffic
stops;, one civil dispute, three follow-up
investigations, one garbage complaint, four
animal complaints, one building check,
two assists of other agencies, one public
service call, one welfare check, one patrol
request and 18 home security checks.


Jackson County Sheriff's Office
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and


Police Romundup
county fire/rescue reported the following
incidents for July 23, One drunk driver, one
_------ hit and run vehicle, one
Fo ;2 accident, one dead per-
aU _--c_ son (natural causes), two
abandoned vehicles, one
PRI reckless driver, one suspi-
cious person, four escorts,
43 highway obstructions, one verbal
disturbance, four fire calls, two hazardous
materials reports, seven calls regarding
downed power lines, 19 medical calls, two
traffic crashes, five burglar alarms, two
power lines down, one traffic stop, one civil
dispute, one follow-up investigation, one
juvenile complaint, two animal com-
plaints,. one fraud complaint, two assists
of motorists or pedestrians, three assists of
other agencies, one hazardous. materials
report, five welfare checks, one transport,
one open door or window and


one 911 hang-up.


Jackson County
Correctional Facility
The following persons were booked into
the county jail during the latest reporting
periods:
Charles Looney, 34, 766 Wilcox Crossing
Road, Bonifay, failure to appear (driving
while license suspended or revoked.
Sandra Morgan, 39,2842 Booker St.,
Marianna, sentenced to 30 days in the
county jail.
SFidencio Lima, 24,634 Roy Huie Road,
Riverdale, Ohio, no valid driver's license.
Jail Population: 221
To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
local law enforcement agency.To report a wildlife violation,
call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).
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CHIPOLA CIVIC CLUB


WELCOMES POWELL


Jane Powell (left) was introduced to the Chipola Civic Club by' '
Dave Kaufman of Panhandle Pawn and Gun. Powell spoke to the
club abo u t the Guardian Ad Litem program and how the program
works as an advocate for children of the 14th Judicial Circuit. The
CCC meets Thursdays at noon at The Oaks Restaurant, 4727 US 90 in
Marianna.


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BCF students joined together to pray before leaving for the summer. -


BCF prepares for Students


Special to the Floridan

The Baptist College of
Florida' iBCF) in Gracev-
ille is making final prepa-
rations to welcome new
students to the campus
as they begin this imp'r-
tant phase in their lives.
Not only has the campus
been a bustle of activity
with the summer mis-
sion teams,. volunteers,
and workers on the cam-
pus, excitement is build-
ing as faculty members
return and new students
will begin moving into the
dorms in just a few short
weeks. '
In addition to the new
students arriving, current
BCF students are finish:
ing up summer activities,


internships, and returning
,from mission .trips with
great stories and amazing
adventures. It's a fun time
on the BCF'campus as stu-
.dents move back into the
'dorms and renew those
lifelong, friendships and
prepare for areas of minis-
try, leadership ahd service;
each one 'with their own
special abilities and un-
limited possibilities.
BCF offers innovative
graduate and undergradu-
ate degrees taught from
a Christian worldview'in
areas of teaching, preach-
ing,' leading worship,
counseling,, living on the
mission field, organizing
discipleship events, musi-.
cal performance, business
and aviation. The faculty.


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at ,The Baptist College of'
Florida "is experienced
and highly credentialed to
teach students what they
need to know to reach
their educational goals
and prepare them for ,the
future. Championing
the registered trademark
of "Changing the World
Through the Unchanging
Word" The Baptist Col-
lege of Florida is equipping
this generation of students
to be everything that God
has called them to be.
To view the complete list
of courses developed to
train leaders to change the
world, access the website
at www.baptistcollege.edu
or call the Admissions Of-
fice at 800-328-2660 ext.
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GOODSON IS NEWEST


OPTIMIST


. ... .. ... SUBMITTED PHOTO
tacy Goodson (right) was recently welcomedas the newest
member of the Marianna Optimist Club. Goodson pres-
ently serves as the County Courts probation officer as well
a member of the Jackson CountySchool Board. He.is shown here
with his sponsor and fellow Optimist member County Court
Judge Wade Mercer. .


Chipola offering corrections,


law enforcement passes


Special to the Floridan Chipola also. offers an
ongoing Basic Correc-
The Chipola College tions Academy with open
Criminal Justice Training. enrollment. Students may
Center will offer an eve- start within a week of
ning Law Enforcement qualification. Classes are.
Academy and a Correc-' weekdays,"ifrom 8 am; to
tions to Law Enforcement 5 p.m.
Crossover class beginning Candidates must be at
'Aug l, Qualification dead- least 19 years of age and
line for all materials is July earn a passing score on
22. the Criminal Justice Basic
The program will meet Abilities Test. Applicants
.weeknights from 5:30.to must have a standard
9:30 p.m. The course is high school diploma or
770 clock hours in length, its equivalent and must


undergo a medical physi-
cal examination, back-'
ground check and drug
screening. Financial as-
sistance is available based
upon need andeligibility.
: The CJBAT is offered at
the Public Service Building
on Chipola Campus every
Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. Cost
of the test is $45.
SFor information regard-
ing the application pro-
cess, contact Steven Stew-
art, Law Enforcement
Coordinator, at 718-2286.


Sea turtle headed for Las Vegas


The Associated Press

MARATHON- A' 320-.
pound green sea': 'turtle
is .set for'a Thursday trip
from the Florida Keys to
a glitzy Las Vegas resort's,
huge aquarium via FedEx,'
SFor almost five years,
the turtle has been cared
for in the Turtle Hospital's
100,000-gallon tidal reha-
bilitation pool.
SThe reptile cannot be re-
leased due to an irrepara-
ble collapsed lung discov-


ered during an endoscopy
performed by thd, hospi-
tal's veterinarian several
years ago. The lung defect,
.likely caused by an infec-
tion, caused the turtle to
float on its side.
To 'compensate, hospi-
tal officials used marine
epoxy to fasten weights
to the turtles shell so the
reptile can submerge and
swvim level. But every 12
to 18 months, because of
shell growth, the weights
shed off the turtle and


need to be reattached.
Earlier this year, hospital
stkffbeganthesearch for a
new home for OD, named
for the Ocean Diver, a dive
charter boat thatrrescued
and carried it to shore af-
ter it.was found floating
off Key Largo in August,
2008.
"We wanted to give OD
a permanent'home that
offered a larger habitat
with diverse marine life,"
said Bette Zirkelbach, the
hospital's manager.



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TALLAHASSEE 'Flor-
ida's efforts to screen and
remove non-U.S. citizens
from the voter rolls will
soon be revived.
A federal court .on
Wednesday dismissed a
lawsuit that a Hispanic
civic organization and two
naturalized citizens filed
last year to block the con-
tentious voter purge.
The lawsuit became moot
Because of a U.S. Supreme
Court decision in June.
That decision halted en-
forcement of a federal law.
that required all or parts
of 15 states with a history
of discrimination in voting
to get federal approval be-
fore changing the way they
hold elections.
The 'groups, fighting
te state had argued that


Florida's efforts to re-
move suspected non-U.S.
citizens needed to be
cleared by federal au-
thorities first- because
five counties in the state
had been subject to the
federal law.
Also Wednesday, the U.S.
District Court in Tampa
lifted a five-month old stay
that had prevented Florida
from sending any new
names of potential non-
U.S. citizens to county
election officials while the
lawsuit was pending.
Secretary of State Ken
Detzner said in court fil-
ings the state plans to re-
sume removal of voters.
Detzner Wrote in an
email response to the As-
sociated Press that a time-
line of when that effort will
resume has not yet been
determined.


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Gas prices are going up. Here are
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Wednesday afternoon.
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71 S. Marianna
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Fears over Zimmerman verdict riots prove overblown


The Associated Press

The predictions were
dire: Black people would
burn and loot America's
cities if George Zimmer-
man was found not guilty.
White people everywhere
would be attacked in re-
venge for 'the killing of
Trayvon Martin.
Judging from water-cool-
er conversations, social
media and viral emails,
many people took these
warnings seriously yet
they proved to be largely
wrong.
..Community leaders
and scholars say the over-
whelmingly peaceful re-
sponse to the Zimmerman
verdict reflects increased
opportunities for African-
Americans, the powerful
image of a black president
voicing, frustration with
the verdict, and the mod-
em ability to create change
through activism and so-
cial media rather than a,
brick.
"There was the assump-
tion that black people,
Latino people, inner-city
people are inherently vio-
lent, and that's the farthest
thing from the truth," says
Kevin Powell, ..whose BK
Nation advocacy' group
: helped organize peaceful
marches involving thou-
sands of people in New
York City;,
"They need to. stop 'ra-
Sciallystereotypingpeople,"
Powell says "It's the same
thing George Zimmerman
was engaging in. To auto-
matically assume an explo-
sion from the Zimmerman


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SThe A-:.ocialed Press :
WESTPALM BEACH
igh water levels
have triggered weekly ,
inspections of Lake
Okeechobee's aging
earther.dike.
Officials with the Army
Corps of Engineers say
-water levels rose above
15.5 feet Monday That's
.the benchmark for
weekly inspections of
Sthedike that protects
surrounding communi-
ties from flooding.
Corps spokeswoman
Jenn Miller told The
' Palm Beach Post that
there are no areas of .
concern along the Her-
bert Hoover Dike.
Local officials say high
water levels increase.the
risk of the dike failing.
The corps has rein-
' forced a 21-mile stretch
of the dike and plans
to replace culverts and
other structures that
have weakened since '
the dikewas built in the ,
1930s. Rocks and boul-
ders are stockpiled near
the lake in the event of a
breach.,


: THE ASSOCIATED PR
In this July 20 photo, people protestingtho George Zimmerman verdict gather in prayer in fro
of the U.S. Courthouse in downtown Riverside, Calif. Community leaders and scholars say t
overwhelmingly peaceful response to the Zimmerman verdict reflects increased opportunity
for African-Americans, the powerful image of a black president voicing frustration with t
verdict, and the modern ability to create changethrough activism and social media rather th
brick.


verdict I don't think they
understand black'people."
The;. talk of violence
originated long before the
verdict with some con-
servative. commentators,
who said riots should be
blamed on liberals who
distorted.facts to make
Zimmerman look guilty.
"Media's dishonest mo-
tives in, Trayvon Martin
case could end in riots,"
read one. headline on
Glenn Beck's website.
Speculation intensified
when; news' broke that
Florida.,police were pre-
paring for possible unrest.
SPundits highlighted doz-
ens of tweets from aver-
age citizens threatening


violence if Zimmerman protests involving tens
was acquitted. Reminders of thousands 'of people
circulated about a hand- across the country, there
ful of"'this isfor Trayvon" wassomd'eviolence.
assaultss by black people :In' Oklind, protest-
when the. case first gained ers broke. windows, van-
national notice. dalizeid a police car and
"I fully expect organized started street fires. In Los
race rioting to begin in Angeles,.people splintered
every major city to dwarf off- tvo peacefulprotests to
the Rodney King and the smash windows, set fires,
Martin Luther King riots," attack pedestrians, and as-,
wrote former police offi- saultpolice with rocks and
cer Paul Huebl. "If you live battles. About 50 teenagers"
in a large city be prepared took the subway to Holly-,
:to evacuate or put up a wood to rob pedestrians;
fight to win. You will need 12 were arrested.
firearms, fire suppression Individual attacks were
equipment along with lots reported in Mississippi,
of food and water." Milwaukee and Baltimore,
: In the week after the where black people were
verdict, amid peacefulul, accused of assaulting two


Florida court orders state


to pay former pig farmer


T '-Te Associated Press :

STALLAHASSEE- A Flor-
ida appeals tourt is siding
'with a former pig farmer
who shut down his busi-
ness after voters, passed
the "pregnant pig" amend-
ment more than. a decade
ago.
The 1st District Court of
Appeal ruled Wednesday
in a split decision that the
-state owes-a Panhandle.
farmer $505,000 plus..
.interest.` '"
Stephen' Basford closed
down 'his pork produc-
tion operation in Jackson
County after voters in 2002
approved .an amendment
that prohibited the tying
up or confining of gestat-'
ing sows in enclosures
.-too, small for them to turn
around freely..
Nearly 55 percent of the
state's voters approved;,
the amendment, which
did not actually take effect
until 2008. The measure
applied to just two farms
in the.state, both of which'
went out of business..
State legislators attempt-
ed.to compensate the two


farms but then-Gov. Jeb
Bush vetoed the funding.
Basford sued the state in
2010 for the cost .of the
barns and other equip-
ment'he had used for his
farm. He won at the circuit
court "level and the state
appealed.II
Stephen Turner, the
Tallahassee attorney who
represented Basford,
praised the latest ruling'
and called the amendment
."dangerous." ,
-. "This amendment was
targeted to put him out
of business," Turner said
Wednesday. "How proper
is that?" .
Lawyers with the state
argued Basford had waited
too long to,"sue. But the
court sided with Basford
because the amendment
did not take effect until six
years after voters approved
it.
The state also unsuccess-
fully argued that Basford
did not deserve compen-
sation because he contin-
ued to raise other crops on
,his farm.
Attorney General Pam
Bondi 'represented the


state in the appeals case. A
spokeswoman for Bondi's
office said the state was re-
viewing the ruling.
The threejudges on the
appeals court ruled 2-1 in
favor of Basford.
Judge Phil Padovano,
who dissented, agreed that
the amendment ended
Basford's pork .production
operation, But he argued
that Basford didn't deserve
compensation because his
hog farm consisted of just
four acres on a.,318-acre
farm.
"We are obligated to
evaluate the plaintiff's
claim based on the effect
this new constitutional
provision had on the entire
parcel of land, not just one
structure on the land, or
several acres of the land,"
Padovano wrote.
The 2002 amendment,
sppnsoredbyanimal-rights
groups, became a rallying
point for business interests
who were able to persuade
their allies in the Republi-
can-controlled Legislature
to make it harder to amend
the Florida Constitution by
petition.


New D he ad tels, staff to refocus after ,aths
New' DCF head tells staff to refocus after deaths


The Associated Press

TALLAHASEE, Fla. -
Florida's new interim child
welfare leader asked staff
to refocus their attention
in the wake of a handful of
recent deaths of children
involved with the agency
as she addressed staff in
Tallahassee on Tuesday.
"It should inspire all of us
in child welfare to question
just how such a terrible
thing should happen. It's
a dramatic reminder of the
importance of our work
and the enormous respon-
sibility," said Department
of Children and Families
Interim Secretary Esther
Jacobo.
The former state pros-
ecutor was tapped after
Secretary David Wilkins
abruptly resigned last
week. She came to the
agency in 2008 and was
most recently the mah-.
aging director for DCF's
.-southern region.
1' Jacobo's first priority has


"It should inspire all of us in childwelfare to
question just how such a terrible thing should
happen. It's a dramatic reminder of the importance
of our work and the enormous responsibility."
Esther Jacobo,
S DCF interim secretary

been to review every detail -about visiting foster child
in a handful of cases that RilyaWilson for more than
ended with the, deaths, of a year, while filing false
children involved with the, reports and telling judges
agency the girl was fine. Rilya is
"You must read every presumed dead.
case as if it could be- the. Wilkins was in the pro-
next tragedy," Jacobo said. cess of overhauling the role
She said processes of child protective inves-
were in place, but were tigators when he resigned
not being followed. In one' last week, but some crit-
of the deaths, DCF fired a ics, including the agency's
child protective investiga- private contractors, said
tor for forging documents the transformation was ill
about substance treatment conceived.
for a mother months be- Jacobo praised Wilkins'
fore she left her 11-month as a mentor, but said, "I
old baby in a sweltering will likely take a different
car. ., approach in my leader-
A similar problem thrust ship, but that doesn't mean.
the agency into the nation- I don't fully respect or en-
al spotlight nearly a decade y dorse him and the things.
ago after a caseworker lied he did',i'thLe'departMlent"."'


white people and a His- He added that Obama's
panic in Martin's name. statement helped keep
Overall, the response to things calm. The president
the Zimmermah verdict told people that "I feel
was nothing like the mas- pain, I've been through the
sive 1992 Los Angeles up- same thing, I'm not dis-
rising that killed 53 people, tant to the pain you feel,"
injured more than 2,000 Daughtry says. "I've got a
and caused $1 billion in man in the White 'House
damage after police offi- who knows that pain."
cers were acquitted in the For many, social media
Rodney King beating. And has been a constructive
there was no comparison outlet for that pain.
with the 1960s riots that "I definitely think, that
struck cities across the social media has helped to
country in response to op-. defuse anything that hap-
pression ofAfrican-Ameri- pens out on the. streets,"
cans and the assassination Powell says. "Because
of Martin LutherKing. people are able to use
The -'60s riots sprang their voices. They. can be
from a sense of deep frus- heard."
traction that 'progress was "Imagine if there was no
being thwarted, says Max Twitter and Facebook and
Krochmal, a history pro- this verdict came down,"
fessor at Texas Christian he says. "Where would
University.. , .people go?"
"They saw the limits to "People are using, social
what they could achieve," media, to vent," Powell
Krochmal says. continues. ."That's where
President BarackObama, all the energy is being
Swho spoke emotionally af- placed. It's easy people
ter the verdict about the can click a button and say
frustrations many African- exactly what they want -
Americans. felt over the like boycott Florida."
verdict, is a reminder that. John Baick;, .a history
limits have been lifted.. professor at Western New
"In the '60sos there was England University, says
just a lot of anger with the the Zimmerman trial is
way things were. There -another skirmish in the
was a hopelessness. When battles over the direction
King was killed, that was of American cultr.e.,
the worst. It was like kill- "Us9 of the word 'riot' is
'ing the hope," says the Rev. talking about race without
Herbert Daughtry, 82, who talking 'about race," Ba-
leads The House of the ick says. "It's like, look at
Lord Church in NewYork. 'them."
"Maybe the anger is not "The word' riot says so
there like it was before," much about fears,, about
says Daughtry, who orga- assumptions," he says. "It's
nized several peaceful ral-- deep in our culture thatwe
lies'after the verdict, are afraid of 'them."'


Pinellas


sheriffC


jail revii
The Associated Press "

LARGO, Fa. ,- The
Pinellas County sher-
iff ordered a review on
Wednesday of jail booking'
procedures in the wake of
an inmate's death.
Sheriff Bob Gualtieri
said-he wants an'inves-
tigation into inmate re-.
cords, classification, and
court appearance proce-
duresfollowingthe slaying
of Kelly Harding in the
jail. Gualieri says Hard-
ing, who was killed in his,
cell.., Sunday, shouldn't
have been housed with
the man now accused of
choking, him by. shov-
ing toilet paper down his
throat.
The sheriff says the er-
ror was found during the
investigation into the
death of the 48-year-old
Harding in the Pinellas
County Jail. Scott Green-
berg, now'charged with
killing Harding, already
faced a second-degree
murder charge a felony
in the 2012 death of his
girlfriend.
Greenberg, of St. Pe-
tersburg, was in jail af-
ter an autopsy revealed
he asphyxiated his girl-
friend with toilet paper
in August, according to
records.
The Tampa Bay Times
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reports. that Harding had
originally faced a felony
'burglary, charge, ,but he
pleaded guilty to the re-
duced misdemeanor of
trespassing in January
and was. sentenced to
serve one year in jail. He
was then, supposed to
be moved out of the 'area
where accusecfd" felons: are
held, but his status appar-
ently was never changed
in jail records.
Inmates charged with
felbnies are not supposed
to be housed with those
accused of misdemean-
ors; And jail officials are
supposed to consider oth-
er factors when deciding >
where to place inmates.

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Authorities see no sheen near burning Gulf rig


The Associated Press

NEW ORLEANS An
out-of-control natural gas
well burned Wednesday
off Louisiana hours after
it ignited following a blow-
out, though authorities
said there was no sign of a
slick on the surface of the
water.
The Bureau of Safety and
Environmental Enforce-
ment.says it saw no sheens
near the well during fly-
overs Wednesdaymorning.
The lack of sheen indicates
the gas is burning off with-
out releasing oil or other
hydrocarbons -which are
sometimes found in gas
wells into the water.
The fire broke out late
Tuesday following a blow-
out in the morning, au-
thorities said. Forty-four
workers were evacuated
from a drilling rig at the"
site, and no injuries were
reported.
SOfficials' ,stressed that
the blowout wouldn't be
nearly as damaging as the
2010 BP oil spill. That di-
saster included an explo-
sion on the Deepwater Ho-
rizon drilling that killed 11
workers and the release of
millions of gallons of oil
into the Gulf of Mexico.


*, . THEASSOCIATED PRESS
In this Wednesday, July 24, 2013 photo released by the U.S. Coast Guard, abatement efforts
were underway near Hercules 265 Rig where fire has caused collapse of the drill floor and der-
rick following an explosion Tuesday nightIAn out-of-control natural gas well burned Wednesday
off Louisiana hours after it ignited following a blowout.


Natural gas generally
poses much less of an envi-
ronmental risk to the Gulf
than crude oil, said several
scientists contacted about
Tuesday's blowout.
"Gas being discharged
now would not necessar-
ily affect the water system.
of the Gulf proper," said
Donald Boesch, presi-
dent of the University of
Maryland's Center for En-
vironmental Science and
a member of the federal


panel that investigated the
BP oil spill. That's because
it's likely most of the gas
is Venting directly into the
atmosphere given the fire
anid shallow depth of the
well, he said.
Also, by nature natural
gas-, mostly methane -
is far more solubIe.than oil,,
meaning it more easily dis-
solves, dilutes and dispers-
es than crude oil, Boesch
said. And that means
concentrations that are far


less 'lethal to the marine
environment, he said.
Federal authorities said
in a news release that well
ownerWalter Oil & Gas was
preparing to move equip-'
ment to the area in case it
needs to drill a relief well.
The owner of the blown,
rig, Hercules' Offshore
Inc., a contractor for well
operator Walter Oil & Gas
Corp., also said a relief well
was among options being'
considered.


Two firefighting' vessels
had to be moved away to a
safe distance from the fire,
according -to the federal
news release. A third was
being brought t0 the area.
"The Coast Guard was
keeping nautical traffic
out of, an area within 500
meters. of the. site. The
Federal Aviation Adminis-
tration restricted aircraft
up to 2,000 feet above the
area. .
Tuesday's blowout oc-
curred at a well where
workers were using a por-
table, drilling rig to com-
plete a, "sidetrack well."
An. offshore, gas platform
at the site was unmanned,
and wasn't currently pro-
ducing gas.
Sidetrack wells are a
means of re-entering the
original well bore. Industry
websites say such wells are
sometimes drilled to rem-
edy a problem with the
existing well bore, or to tap
into a different area of the
oil or gas reserve, The com-
panies involved, declined
Sto say why the sidetrack
well was being drilled.
. Boesch, the environ-
mental science professor,
said this type of well can
be a problem because it's
usually a "legacy" issue


of older wells used and
tapped out mostly by ma-
jor oil companies that then
move on and sell to smaller
companies that have less ,
capacity to deal with safety
issues.
Boesch and others said
it's likely that the fire and
blowout can be stopped
relatively easily, at least
when compared to the BP
disaster, especially since
this is in shallow water.
Ted Bourgoyne, the for-
mer chair of Louisiana
State, University's petro-
leum engineering depart-
ment, agreed that the
.blowout didn't pose a ma-
jor environmental risk.
He said that the smoke
shouldn't be expected to
create an air pollution
problem for people on-
shore 55 miles-away.
'A gas well's not going to
result in any kind of major
pollution perhaps not
even significant pollution
if it's burning," said Bour-
goyne, who now runs the
consultancy Bourgoyne
Enterprises Inc. "Whereas
oil we saw what hap-
pened with Macondo. That
was.a terrible event and
the first time in 30 or 40
years they had one in the
Gulf like that."


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college bills, surpassing the traditional role parents long have played in helping foot the bills,
according to a report from loan giant Sallie Mae.


Senate set to finish work



on student loan deal


S.The Associated Press' save the average under-
S graduate $1,500 in interest
WASHINGTON Bor- charges. Democratic lead-
rowing for tuition; hous- ers expected widespread
ing and books would be. defections from within
less expensive for college their ranks bu4t expected
students and their par- Republican support i
cents this fall but the costs would help. them win E
would start climbing .al- passage.. ,
most immediately under a But there was no de-
deal the Senate was poised nying the new structure
to pass Wednesday. could cost future students
The bipartisan pro- if the economy improves
posal lawmakers were as expected and inter-
considering would link est "rates .climb. The,
interest rates on federal White House's allies in-
student loans to,the finan- stead suggested' the new
cial markets, providing formula is better than the
lower interest rates, right status quo. .
away but higher ones if Rates on subsidized Staf-
the economy improves ford loans doubled to 6.8.
as expected. Senate percent July 1 because
aides said lawmakers Congress could not agree
were on track .to finish on a way to keep them at
work by late Wednesday 3.4 percent. Without con-
afternoon. gressional action, rates
Liberal Democrats la- would stick at 6.8 percent.
beled the White House- 'At the end of the day, we
backed proposal a bait- have a very clear choice
and-switch measure that to make: stick with the 6.8
would lure in new borrow- percent interest rate or
ers with low rates now but lower it," said Sen. Dick
would cost future'students. Durbin, the Illinois Dem-
Throughout the morning ocrat who oversaw the
and afternoon, Demo- negotiations..
crats stood to oppose the. Durbin said senators'
compromise. concerns could be part of
"The bill before us today talks this fall on the Higher
offers students andfamilies Education Act. But for stu-
lower student loan inter- dents right now, he said,
est rates in the near-term students needed the corn-
but we can fully expect promise to pass to dodge
higher student loan inter- higher costs.
est rates in the years to Under the bipartisan
come," said Sen. Tammy deal, undergraduates
Baldwin, D-Wis. "Why on this fall could borrow
earth would we want to ex- at a 3.9 percent interest
pose our students to high- rate. Graduate students
er rates?" would have access to
Added Sen. Barbara loans at 5.4 percent, and
Boxer, D-Calif.: "Don't kid parents could borrow at 6.4
yourself. ... This so-called percent. Thoserates would
deal makes it worse." rise as the economy picks
The White House and up and it becomes more
its allies said the new expensive for the govern-
loan structure would offer ment to borrow money.
i lower rates to 11 million The compromise
Borrowers right away and could be a good deal for


students through the
2015 academic year. Af-
ter that, interest rates are
expected to climb above
where, they were, when
students left campus
in the spring. if congres-
sional estimates prove
correct.
"That's the same thing
credit card companies
said when they sold
zero-interest rate credit
cards. ... The 'bill comes
due," said Sen. Elizabeth
Warren, D-Mass. "All stu-
dents will end up paying
far higher interest rates on
their loans than they do
now."
As part of the comprO-
mise, Democrats won a
protection for students by
capping rates at a maxi-
mum 8.25 percent for un-
dergraduates. Graduate
students would not pay
rates higher than 9.5 per-
cent, and parents' rates
would top out at 10.5
percent.


The Associated Press

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delivery, 'which includes
deliveries to mailboxes at
the end of driveways, and
-cluster box delivery would
replace letter carriers slip-
ping mail into front-door
boxes. ,
The proposal is part:
of broader legislation by
Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.,
chairman of the .House
Oversight .and.. Govern-
ment Reform Committee,
designed to cut costs at
the cash-strapped agency
byup to $4.5 billion a year.
The Postal Service had a
$16 billion loss last year.
The agency has been
moving toward curbside
and cluster box delivery
in new residential devel-
opments'since the 1970s.
The Postal Service in April
began deciding whether
to provide 'such delivery
for people. moving into
newly built homes rather
than letting the develop-
ers decide.
"A balanced approach to
saving the Postal Service
means allowing USPS to
adapt to Amierica's chang-
ing use of mail," Issa said.
"Done right, these reforms
can improve the customer
experience through a more
efficient Postal Service."


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customers has door-to-
door delivery, Issa said.
The shift, would include
safe and secure cluster
box delivery areas, he
said, especially for elderly
customers who receive
Social Security checks and
prescriptions through the
mail.
About 30 million resi-
dential addresses receive
delivery to boxes at the
door or a mail slot. Anotll-
er 87 million residential
addresses receive curbside
or cluster box delivery.
The cost differences are
clear.' Curbside delivery
costs average $224 per
year for each address,
while cluster box delivery
*averages '$160. Door-to-
door delivery costs the
agency about $350 per
year, on average.
Sue Brennan, a Postal
Service spokeswoman,
said, "While converting
delivery away from 'the
door to curb orcentralized
delivery would allow., the
Postal Service to deliver
mail to more addresses in
less time, doing so, is not
included in our five-year
plan."
Brennan said the
agency's five-year plan
does call for shifting '20
percent of business ad-
dress deliveries 'from
door-to-door to curbside
and cluster box delivery
through 2016.
Rep. Steve Lynch, D-
Mass., said the plan to
move some 30 million
residential addresses from
to-the-door to curbside
and cluster box service
would be virtually impos-,
sible in dense urban areas
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processing operations.
Since 2006, it has reduced
annual costs by about $15
billion, cut its workforce
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Obama: Washington has 'taken eye off' the economy


The Associated Press

GALESBURG, Ill. -Seek-
Sing to build momentum
for looming fiscal fights,
President Barack Obama
' onWednesday cast himself
asthe champion for mid-
Sdie-class Americans strug-
gling to make ends meet.
He chided Washington for
having "taken its eye off
the ball" and declared that'
* the economy would be the
"highest priority" of his
second term.
Obama, in an hourlong
address that was at times
deeply partisan, also ac-
cused Republican law-
makers of succumbing President Barack Obama spea
to "an endless parade of Wednesday, July 24, Obama hit
distractions and political series of speeches that lay out
posturing and phony scan-
dais." He said gridlock had does not require short-
only gotten worse since his. term thinking. It does not
re-election, require, having the same
"I am here to say this old stale debates."
needs to stop," Obama Obama, as he often does
said in a speech at Knox when criticizing Washing-
SCollege. "This moment ton, glossed over his own


Tt. ... Ilf.T[
ks at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Mo.,
the road to deliver remarks in Illinois and Missouri kicking off a
his vision for rebuilding the economy. '

status as the inhabitant of promises. ,
the city's most powerful "It's a hollow shell, it's an.
office. Easter egg with no candy
GOP leaders quickly in it," House Speaker John-
panned the. president's Boehner, R-Ohio, said.'.
remarks as a series of re- Indeed, the president's
packaged ideas and empty remarks were void of new


policy proposals or fresh
solutions for breaking
Washington stalemates.
And there were no new
approaches presented for
resolving potential show-
downs with Republicans
this fall over raising the
nation's borrowing limit
and curtailing across-the-
board federal budget cuts
known as the sequester.
For 'the president's ad-
visers, a central goal of
the speech was sim-
ply to refocus Obama's
agenda squarely on the
economy ahead of the fall
"deadlines. The first six
months of his second term
largely have been con-
sumed by priorities like
Sgun control and immigra-
Stion, as well as an array of
foreign policy crises and
domestic controversies,
including the National
Security Agency's domes-
'tic spying programs and
IRS .scrutiny of political
groups.


While official Washing-
ton's attention was else-
where, the economy was
slowly but steadily improv-
ing. The housing market is
recovering, the stock mar-
ket is soaring, and unem-
ployment, while still high
at 7.6 percent, is falling.
But the White House
fears that standoffs this
fall over the debt ceiling
and the sequester could
upend that progress.
The president has. de-
clared that he will not
negotiate over the debt
ceiling and expects Repub-
licans to lift the borrowing
limit without concessions.
He's also pushing to end
the federal budget, cuts be-
fore they extend into the
next fiscal year, which be-
gins Oct. 1.
The president panned
the sequester as a"meat
cleaver" that has "cost
jobs, hurt our. military
and gutted investments in
American education."


Coca-Cola, PepsiCo see soda declines


The Associated Press lanta, blamed the sluggish jor breakthrough. in new
sales on a cold, wet spring, sweeteners,"' said John Si-
NEW YORK It seems But the declines continue cher, editor and publisher
that not even Beyonce or a years-loring trend. Ac- oftradepublicationBever-
new, lower-calorie options cording to the industry age Digest.
can convince Americans to tracker Beverage Digest, PepsiCo's decline for
drinkmore soda. per capital soda consump- the quarter came. despite
Coca-Cola Co., PepsiCo tion in the U.S.. has been- its stepped-up market-
Inc. and Dr Pepper Snap- slippingsteadilysinrice 1998 ing over the past year; the
Spie-Group Inc. all sold less amid concerns that sugary company signed pop star
sodain the secoild quarter drinks fuel weight gain. Beyonce to star in its ads
in North America, dashing Another problem is that and signed, a multiyear
hopes for the moment that people, now have so many deal to sponsor the Super
splashy new marketing more choices when it Bowl- halftime show. The
and different sweetener comes to drinks. An end- company also introduced a
mixes could get drinkers less array of bottled wa- mid-calorie soda called
back. ters, teas of many, colors, Pepsi Next to win back
Coca-Cola .Co. said it even ; energy shots and people who've quit soda
sold 4 percent less soda in. "'relaxation" drinks are vy- because they don't like the
North America. while Pep- ing for the attention of the calories in regular or the
siCo Inc. simply said its de- thirsty, with stpre coolers taste of diet.
cline for the region was in getting more crowded,all Dr Peppdr has also in-
the "mid-single digits." Dr the time.' produced a "lineup of 10-
SPepper sold 3 percent less The trend "won't change calorie sodas, startingwith
of the fizzy drinks. and will probably get Dr Pepper Ten. The idea is
Coca-Cola, based in At- worse without a ma- that they have just enough


high-fructose corn syrup
to taste better than diet.
But the new drinks ap-
parently aren't convincing
enough people to pick up
soda again.
Coke has even taken on
the question of obesity
head-on in TV commer-
cials, hoping to convince
people that physical activ-
ity can let themenjoy some
guilt'-free refreshment'
To make up for the
declines .'in the mean-
time,; the industry is
relying ohn bottled waters;.
teas, sports drinks..and
other beverages to boost
sales. They're also looking
overseas to emerging mar-
kets, where middle-class'
populations are growing
and there's a greater po-
tential to sell them more
drinks. ,


Texas teen faces: charges of wounding officer

The Associated Press


SAGINAW, Texas A
teenager suspected of
suffocating. a 6-year-old
neighbor girl and leaving
her body wrapped in a tar-
paulin on a street comer
in their Norith Texas rfeigh-
borhood now, stands ac-
cused of shooting a police
officer who was trying to
arrest him. .
Tyler Holder, 17, of Sagi-
naw, already was charged
with capital murder in
the death of Alanna Gal-
lagher. Now, he faces anh
attempted capital murder
charge in the shooting of
Arlington police Detective
Charles Lodatto.
According to', .an arrest
warrant affidavit, Lodatto,
an FBILagent, and a Sagi-
naw police detective went
to Holder's house Tuesday,
two doors down from the
Gallagher girl's.
FBI Special Agent Andy
Farrell knocked on the
front door, announced
themselves as police and
came face-to-face with
Holder.
The FBI agent asked to.
speak to the teen but was
refused. When Farrell then
told him he was under


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An officer tapes off the scene of an officer-involved shooting Tuesday, July 23, in Saginaw,
-Texas. : .. "


arrest, "'Holder reached be-
hind him and produced; a
handgun." Farrell grabbed
for Holder and the gun and
a struggled began. Holder
shot Lodatto in the groin,
then Saginaw police De-
tective Robert Richardson
shot Holder in the head,
according to the affidavit.
Holder remains hospital-
ized, but officials have ie-
fused to release his medi-
cal condition. Lodatto,
the 2012 Arlington police
detective of the year, was
recovering Wednesday in a
Fort Worth hospital.
The attempted arrest
was the culmination of


weeks of investigation and
Turmoil in the suburban
Fort Worth neighborhood
where 'Alanna Gallagher
had lived, and it followed
the discovery last week
that someone had set fire
to a makeshift memorial to
the girl and torched a car
owned by her family: ,
Authorities suspect that
Holder sexually assaulted
and suffocated his young
neighbor, who was found
with plastic bags taped
around her neck, accord-
ing to the capital murder
arrest warrant affidavit.
Holder's DNA matched
evidence found on the


girl's body and on a belt
wrapped around the tarp,
according to the affidavit.
Kimberly Holder lives
at the home with her son
hut was not there Tuesday
morning, police said. She
referred calls to her attor-
ney, Lance T. Evans, who
said in an erniail to the Fort
Worth Star-Telegram that
she was in shock and wor-
ried about her son's condi-
tion. Evans declined, fur-
ther comment. .
Alanna had been missing
for about five hours when
her body. was discovered
July 1 on a street a mile
from her house.


ilt -'.,],),. i HFI_ -t ..
This Wednesday; July 24, photo.provided by the Office of
George Bush shows former President George H. W. Bush with
Patrick (last name withheld at family's request), 2, in Ken-
nebunkport, Maine.


George H.W. Bush


shaves head to


encourage child
The Associated Press- show sutipport for the 2-
year-old son of an agent.
HOUSTON Former The child's undergoing


SPresident George H.W.
Bush has shaved his head
.to show solidarity for the'
sick child of a Secret Ser-
vice agent. .
A -statement issued
by a Bush spokesman
Wednesday' says the 89-
year-old former president
acted earlier this week
at his summer home in
Kennebunkport, Maine.
That was after he saw
members of his Se-
cret Service detail with
newly shaved heads to
B:- -. :


treatment for leukemia
and is losing his hair as a
result. :
, The Bush i. spokesman
identified the boy only as
Patrick.
George and Barbara
Bush lost their second
child, 4-year-old Robin
Bush, to leukemia almost
60 years ago..
The security detail has
launched a website, www.
patrickspals.org, to help
with expenses associated
with Patriclk's treatment.


Lightning hits scenic
overlook, 2 killed
FREDONIA,Arii. -A
married couple was killed
and a teenage boy injured
when lightning struck
near a scenic overlook in
northern Arizona, authori-
ties said Wednesday.
Coconino County
Sheriff's officials said
the names of the couple
'were being withheld until
relatives could be notified.
The man and woman lived
outside the United States,
but their hometowns and
ages weren't immediately
available.
Authorities said at least
one of the victims may
have been directly hit by a
I


lightningbolt that struck
about 3 p.m. Tuesday in,'
the area of the LUFevre
Scenic Outlook on High-
way 89A, some 8 miles
north of Jacobs Lake.
Sheriff's officials re-
leased a photo of the
scene that showed a
broken rock on the wall of
the overlook. They said it's
believed the couple was
standing on the rock seat
beneath the wall when the
lightning bolt struck.
The man and woman
were in a group of people
at the overlook and they
were pronounced dead at
the scene, sheriff's spokes-
man Gerry Blair said.
From wire reports


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Obituaries'


James and Sikes
Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Florida 32446
850-482-2332

Jacqueline
Potter Bennett

Jacqueline (Jackie) Potter
Bennett, 81, of Greenwood,
h lorida, died Saturday, July
20, 2013 at Jackson Hospi-
tal.
Funeral services will be
held at 2 P.M. Friday, July
26, 2013, at James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel with Chap-
lin Darren Tucker officiat-
ing. Buirial will follow in
Greenwood Baptist Ceme-
tery with James & Sikes Fu-
neral Home Maddox Chap-
el directing
The family will receive
friends at James & SIkes
Maddox Chapel' one hour
prior to the service, from 1
to 2 P.M.
I Jackie was born Septem-
ber 12, 1931 in
Chattahoochee, Florida to
George Barnes and Mary
Johns Potter. She graduat-
ed .from Chattahoochee
High School and married
Richard Dennis (R.D.) Ben-
nett of Greenwood, Flori-
da. They had a son, Ri-
chard Dennis (Dicky) Ben-
nett, Jr. and a daughter
Scarlett Suzanne Bennett
Clements.
Jackie was very active
supporting R.D.'s agricul-
tural and business inter-
ests. She was an active
member of the Marianna
Garden Club, the Marianna
Ladies Golf Association,
the Jackson County Senior
Citizens Council on Aging,
the Florida Cowbells Asso-
ciation and a member of
the First Baptist Church of
Greenwood.
Jackie was preceded in
death by her 'parents,
George Barnes ariand Mary
Johns Potter,- a sister, Ka-
therine Jeannett
Poindexter, and her hus-


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band, R.D. Bennett. Jessie Booth of Jackson-
Surviving family mem- ville, Florida. She had five
bers include'Richard Den- grandchildren, Neil and
nis (Dicky) Bennett, wife, Michaela Shores, Ca-
Scarlett Suzanne Bennett meron and wife, Christy
Clements (Stephen) Or- Shores, Meghan Holley,
mond Beach, FL, three Morgan Harris and Amory
grandsons, Richard D. Harris all of Marianna. Sev-
(Ben)Bennett, III, New en great-grandchildren,.
York, NY, Anthony John James Shores, Devin
Bennett (Daniele) Jackson- Shores, Bella Shores, Desti-
ville, FL, Drew Elliot Ben- ny Shores, Noah Shores,
nett of Marianna, FL. Sis- Weston Shores, Jaxon Ross
ters, Eugenia Pinson (Ster- Holley and her favorite pet
ling), St. Augustine, FL, Duke. She is also survived
Gwendolyn Ford (John), by a host of beloved cous-
Greenwood, FL, Gloria ins, friends and extended
Alday (Norton), San Anto- family. .
nia, TX. A brother, Eddie Mrs. Yon received her
Potter (Carol) of Master's Degree from the
Chattahoochee, FL. She is University of WestFlorida.
also survived by a host of She fulfilled her lifelong
nieces, nephews and cous- ambition as an educator
ins. with the Washington
Jackie especially adored County School Board for
her grandchildren and over 20 years. She shared
loved Gator football, the her passion for her faith,
beach; travel and her many cooking, gardening and joy
friends. Jackie was loved of laughter with all who
and adored by many peo- knew her. Her sunny per-
ple. and will be greatly sonality will be missed by
missed. many.
Expressions of sympathy Funeral services will be
may be made online at at 10 a.m. Friday, July 26,
www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.comn 2013 at James & SIkes Mad-
James & Sikes dox Chapel .with Revs. Jeff
Funeral Home Hagan and Travis Moxley
4278 Lafayette Street officiating. Burial will fol-
Marianna, FL 32446 low in Bethlehem Baptist
850-482-2332 Cemetery with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
ary -- Le ~dox Chapel directing.
Mary Lee YOn The family will receive
friends from 5p.m. to 7p.m.
Mary Lee Yon, 83, of Ma- Thursday, July 25, 2013 at
rianna went home to be James &* Sikes Maddox
with her Lord and Savior Chapel.,
on Tuesday, July23, 2013. Flowers are welcome as
She was a mother, grand-' well as donations to White
mother,,, great- Pond Baptist Church or
grandmother and a devot- your favorite charity.
ed friend to many. Expressions of sympathy
She was preceded in may be made online at
Sdeath by. 'illad on, t www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com
death by. Millard Yon,
Tommy Robinson, parents,
Jesse and Ola Shores, one
sister, Myrtice Flora and a
niece Debra Quigg.
She is survived by three lo i
daughters, Carlotta and
husband,., James Shores, Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc.
Janice and husband, Randy 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna
Holley, Ginger and hus- ',850-372-4456
band, Scott Harris, all of
Marianna and one sister,


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SB.J. Hanlon was cleaning up the fallen trees and'limbs left in Launa Howard's yard by a severe
thunderstorm Tuesday night. The storm brought down trees and damaged a storage shed and
pole barn in that area along Old U.S. Road.: .


Storm ing in Holmes, Jackson and
S Calhoun counties between
5 p.m. Tuesday and 3 a.m.
From Page 1A Wednesday.
and evening, according to A twister- in Holmes
Jackson County Emergen-' County took out the top
cy Management Director of a junction pole at the
RodrneyAndreasen. Pittman substation, ac-
FPU Crews worked cording to a release from
through the night restor- WFEC. Temporary repairs
ing power and that all were made Tuesday night
customers were back in and, on Wednesday, crews
service by roughly 10 a.m. made more permanent
Wednesday. repairs.
West Florida Electric WFEC members east of
Cooperative reported that Pittman along Hwy 2-in-
roughly 4,500 of its cus- cluding Gritney & Millers
tomers were affected by Crossroads and north to-
outages in its service area, ward Geneva and in the
with most of those occur- Bethlehem area were


without power for about
three hours as those re-
pairs were, made. Most
of the damage to WFEC's
system was caused by high
winds and lightning. There
were several lines and
poles down across the ser-
Svice area. .
As Jackson. and surround-
ing counties recover from
the damage .this storm
caused, local emergency
officials are closely watch-
ing developments as a new
potential problem arises;
a new tropical storm has
formed. It's projected to
hft. Florida or the south
Caribbean.


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NSA Surveillance


Snowden lawyer: Leaker


staying in Russia for now


The Associated Press

MOSCOW National
Security Agency' leaker
Edward .Snowden, who
fled to Moscow's airport a
month ago, aims to stay in
Russia for the near future
and learn the country's
culture and language, his
lawyer said Wednesday.
To get him started. Ana-
toly Kucherena said he.
gave Showden a copy of
"Crime and Punishment,"
Dostoyevskv's lengthy
novel about the torment
and redemption of a man
who thought himself out-
side the law.
"I am not talking about
the similarity of inner
contradictions," Kuch-
erena said after meeting
Snowden in the transit
zone of Sheremetyevo in-
ternational airport, where
Snowden has apparently
been marooned since ar-
riving from Hong Kong on
June 23.
The day's developments
.left the White House
and nearly everyone else
- "seeking clarity" about
the status of the man who
,revealed details of an
NSA program to monitor
Internet and telephone
communications.' "
When Snowden first ar-
rived at Sheremetyevo,
he ,'was believed to be
planning just to, transfer
to a flight to Cuba and
then to Venezuela to seek
asylum. But the United
States, which wants him
returned for prosecution,
canceled his passport,
stranding him. He hasn't


T11L : :' 11,1 -F P F :F I . .
Russian lawyer Anatoly Kucherena speaks to the media
after visiting National Security Agency leaker Edward
Snowden at Sheremetyevo airport outside Moscow, Russia,
on Wednesday.


been seen in public since,
although he met with hu-
man rights activists and
lawyers July 12. :
Snowden then .'applied
for temporary asylum in
Russia, saying he eventu-
ally wanted to visit coun-
tries that had offered him
asylum: Venezuela, Boliv-
ia and Nicaragua.
It's unclear how long
Russia will take'to de-
cide on the asylum re-
quest. Kucherena's meet-
ing Wednesday' with
Snowden was preceded
by a flurry of reports that
said the lawyer would give
him documentation that
would allow him to leave
the airport while the asy-
lum process is underway.
But Kucherena said he
had no such paperwork
to pass along. The Fed-
eral Migration Service,
which would issue such a
document, said it had no
information.
SAsked about Snowden's


long-term intentions,
Kucherena told state tele-
vision that'"Russia is his
final destination for now.
He doesn't look further
into the future than that."
The case has provoked
considerable tension be-
tween Moscow andWash-
ington, at a particularly
sensitive time less than
two months before Presi-
dent Barack Obama had
planned to meet Russian
President Vladimir Putin
in Moscow and again at
the G-20 summit in St.
Petersburg.
White House spokes-
man Jay Carney said the
U.S. was "seeking clarity"
as the reports swirled of
Snowden's possible im-
minent, departure from'
the airport. The head of
the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee, Robert
Menendez, said "provid-
ing any refuge to Edward
Snowden will be, harmful
.to U.S.-Russia relations."


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CAIRO The military
chief Who ousted Egypt's
elected president called
on the public Wednesday
to take to the streets to
give him, and the police
a mandate to tackle "vio-
lence and terrorism," in
an address that pointed to
a possible move against
supporters ofthe Islamist
leader.
The call by Gen. Abdel-
Fattah el-Sissi, made in
a speech to a graduation


ceremony for military ca-
dets, underlined how the
military chief is the source
of real power in Egypt de-
spite the creation ofa civil-
ian government after the
July 3 coup that removed
Mohammed Morsi.
His comments appeared
designed to secure a pub-
lic cover for what could
be a move to dismantle
sit-in camps by Morsfs
supporters in Cairo and
elsewhere, as well as a
campaign against, Is-
lanic radicals that have


stepped up attacks on
security forces in Sinai.
El-Sissi called for a mass
turnout in Friday rallies to
give him 'a "mandate" to
do what is "necessary" to
stop bloodshed.
A coalition :of Morsi's
Muslim Brotherhood and'
allied factions denounced
his speech, calling it an
"open invitation" to civil
war. Their coalition plans
protests and marches Of
its own on Friday, raising
the potential for violence
between the two camps.


Gaza restrictions toughest in years


The Associated Press

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip
- Egypt's new govern-
ment has imposed the
toughest border restric-
tions on the .Hamas-run
Gaza Strip in years, seal-
ing smuggling tunnels,
blocking most passenger
traffic and .causing mil-
lions of dollars in eco-
nomic losses.
SSome in Hamas fear the
movement is being swept
up in the same Egyptian
military campaign that
earlier this month top-
pled the country's demo-
cratically elected Islamist
president, Mohammed
Morsi like the Gaza
rulers part of the region's


A Palestinian
worker sleeps
by a smuggling
tunnel along the
border between
the Gaza Strip
and Egypt, in
Rafah, southern
Gaza Strip, on
Wednesday.


Muslim Brotherhood.
Egypt's military has said
the Gaza restrictions are
part of its security crack-
down in the Sinai Peninsu-
la and has not suggested it
is trying to bring down the
Hamas government.
Past predications that
Gazans fed up with the
daily hardships of life un-


.der blockade will rise up
against Hamas have. not.
materialized.
However, the new Gaza
border restrictions are
tougher than any en-
forced by Morsi's pro-
Western predecessor,
Hosni Mubarak, accord-
ing to Gaza residents and
Hamas officials.


Training
From Page 1A
about possible training op-
portunities by Chipola Law
Enforcement Coordinator
Steven Stewart. Baggett at-
tended a LEOKA training ses-
sion in Panama City a year or
two ago and says he found
the information to be very
beneficial.
The LEOKA program utiliz-
es decades of compiled data
that examines how officers
are killed, and the circum-


"(The LEOKA program) makes you back up and look at
each situation thepotential ddangers ofeach situation
-and teaches you how not to become complacent."
Hayes Baggett,
Marianna Police Chief


stances surrounding those
deaths, in order to figure out
the mindset of suspects- ca-
pable of killing a member of
law enforcement.
Hayes said he thought the
training was good for both
rookie and veteran officers.
"It makes you back up and


look at each situation the
potential dangers of each situ-
ation and teaches you how
not to become complacent."
The program included anal-
yses of three studies, "Killed
in the Line of Duty" and "In
the Line of Fire," which iden-
tified elements that led to the


deaths and serious injuries of
police officers, and the com-
panion study, "Violent En-
counters," which looks at 40
incidents in which police offi-
cers survived life-threatening
attacks.
The LEOKA program was
led by FBI National Trainer
Brian McAllister, a veteran of
the Metropolitan Police De-
partment inWashington, D.C.
There he as an investigative
commander for several units
and retired as operations
commander with the Foren-
sic Science Services Division.


Body
From Page 1A
Because the body was found just inside
the Marianna city limits the death inves-
tigation falls within the jurisdiction of the
city police.
The clothing worn by the woman found
Wednesday matches the clothing descrip-
tion given at the time of the Bascom wom-
an's disappearance, police say.
The woman found is believed to be in her
30s.
A prescription pill bottle and a pair of
shoes with the laces removed were found
at the scene.


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By George! Britain's




prince gets a name


The Associated Press
LONDON The little
prince was in need of a
name, and now, by George,
he's got one.
Make that three: George
Alexander Louis.
The announcement
Wednesday that Prince
William and his wife, Kate,
had selected a moniker
steeped in British history
came as royal officials
said the new parents were
seeking quiet family time
away from the flashbulbs
and frenzy that accompa-
nied the birth of their first
child.
While the news put to
rest intense speculation
over what name the couple
would choose, the extreme
interest around it illustrat-
ed'how the 2-day-old fu-
ture heir is already on his
way to a lifetime of fanfare
and public glare.
Kensington Palace said
William and Kate were "de-
-lighted to announce" their
son's name, adding that
the baby will be known as
"His Royal Highness Prince
George of Cambridge."
The name George -
borne by six kings befits
the boy now third in line
to the British throne and
was a favorite among Brit-
ish bookmakers, evoking
the steadfastness of the
queen's father, George VI,


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Kate, Duchess of Cambridge. holds the Prince of Cambridge
on Tuesday as she poses for photographers outside St. Mary's
Hospital exclusive Lindo Wing in London where the Duchess
gave birth on Monday.


who rallied the nation dur-
ing World War IL. ,
Alexander is a name
shared by three medieval
Scottish kings, and Louis
could be a tribute to Lord
Louis Mountbatten, uncle
to the queen's husband,
Prince Philip, and the last
British viceroy of India
before it gained indepen-
dence in 1947. Willi.m's


father, Prince Charles, was
close to Mountbatten, who
was assassinated by the
Irish Republican Army in
1979.
The announcement of
the name, just two days
after the baby's birth, was
quick by royal standards.
Queen Elizabeth II and
Philip took a month be-
fore settling on the name


Britain's King George VI sits
at his desk in Buckingham
Palace in London on April 8,
1937.
Charles for the Prince of
Wales. Charles and Prin-
cess Diana took a week
before settling on William's
four names.
While a king usually rules
under his given name,
precedent shows that the
prince is not hidebound
by George. The first name
of George VI was actually
Albert, but he picked his
fourth name to use as sov-
ereign in honor of his fa-
ther, GeorgeV
For now, palace officials
say, William and Kate are
spending "pri ate and qui-
et time for them to get to
know their son." Some of
their discussions may re-
volve around how to shield
him from the media.


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Pope Francis comments on
.the rain to pilgrims as he
stands on a balcony at the
Aparecida Basilica after cel-
ebrating Mass on Wednesday.
, from the Americas return-
ing to a shrine of great
meaning to the continent
and to Francis.
SBefore the Mass, Francis
stood in silent prayer in
front of the 15-inch statue
of the Virgin 9fAparecida,
the "Black Mary," his eyes
tearing up. After his Mass,
the pope blessed the tens
of thousands gathered
outside the basilica.


The Associated Press
RIO DE JANEIRO-Pope
Francis made an emotion-
al plea Wednesday for Ro-
man Catholics to shun ma-
terialism in the first public
Mass of his initial interna-
tional trip as pontiff, then
returned to Rio de Janeiro
for a meeting with drug ad-
dicts heavy in symbolism.
The session was meant
to drive home the message
that the humble pope has
repeatedly delivered dur-
ing his short papacy: that
the Catholic Church must
focus on the poor, those
who are suffering and the
outcasts of society.
During his speech at the
hospital, Francis was ex-
pected to stick with the


Pope Fran-
cis waves
to pilgrims
as he
arrives to
Aparecida
Basilica in
Aparecida,
Brazil, on
Wednes-
day:


theme of faith and sacrifice
that he spoke about earlier
Wednesday in his homily
in Aparecida. a small town
halfway between Rio and
Sao Paulo that is home to
one of the most important
shrines in Latin America.
The pontiff urged Catho-
lics to resist the "ephem-


era] idols" of money power
and pleasure.
: Thousands packed into
the huge Basilica of the
Shrine of Our Lady of Apa-
recida in an agricultural re-
gion of verdant fields. Tens
of thousands more braved
a cold rain outside to catch
a glimpse of the first pope


India


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Indian children who fell sick after eating a free school lunch
lie at a hospital July 17 in Patna, India.


Police arrest


principal after


23 pupils die


The Associated Press
PATNA, India The
principal of a primary
school in eastern India
where 23 children died
last week after eating
lunch prepared with con-
taminated oil was arrest-
ed Wednesday, nine days
after she went into hiding,
police said.
Meena Kumari fled as
soon as the children be-
gan falling ill after eat-
ing the lunch cooked at
the school in lihar state.
Twenty-three children be-
tween the ages of 5 and 12
died after eating the meal
and many others fell ill.
Forensic tests have re-
vealed that the lunch
contained toxic levels of a
deadly pesticide.
A police team investi-
gating the deaths arrested
Kumari on Wednesday,
and authorities were
questioning her to estab-
lish how the pesticide got
mixed with the food, said
police superintendent
Sujit Kumar.
Bihar's education min-
ister, P.K Sahi, has said
the principal bought the
ingredients for. the meal
from a shop owned by her


husband, who has fled.
The school's cooks have
told authorities, that the
principal controlled the
food for the government-
provided free daily lunch.
SOne of the cooks said
that the cooking oil ap-
peared different than usu-
al, but that the principal
told her to use it anyway.
On Wednesday, Bihar's
chief minister and top
elected official, Nitish Ku-
mar, said the government
would punish all those.
who were responsible for
the tragedy.
"No one will be spared,"
Kumartoldreporters, add-
ing that state authorities.
india's midday meal
plan is one of the world's
biggest school nutrition
programs. State govern-
ments have the freedom
to decide on menus and
timings of the meals, de-
pending on local condi-
tions and availability of.
food rations. It was first
introduced in the 1960s in
southern India, where it
was seen as an incentive
for poor parents to send
their children to school.
Since then, the program
has been replicated across
the country.
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cause hearing

delayed

The Associated Press

ATTLEBORO, Mass. A Massachu-
setts judge Wednesday gave prosecu-
tors more time to present evidence to
a grand jury in their case against for-
mer New England Patriots tight end
Aaron Hernandez.
Hernandez was in
court for what, was
supposed to be a piob-
able cause hearing, but
prosecutors said the.
Grand jury is still con-
Hemandez sidering the evidence
against him.
Judge Daniel O'Shea rescheduled
the probable cause' hearing for Aug.
22, after considering "defense objec-
tions to a delay. Hernandez will be
Held without bail until then.
Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to
murder in the death of Odin Uoyd, a
27-year-old Boston semi-professional
football player whose bodywas found
June 17 in an industrial park near
.Hernandez's home. He had been shot
five times.
Bristol County Assistant District At-
torney William McCauley said. addi-
tional evidence includes boxes of-am-
munition found at a condominium
Hernandez leased and a magazine
clip for a .45-caliber Glock in a Hum-
mer registered to him. Police say Uoyd
was killed with a .45-caliber gun. Mc-
Cauley said the box'had Hernandez's
fingerprints on i,
Hernandez attorney lames Sultan
objected to the delay, saying his cli-
ent has already been jailed for four
weeks and that the district attorney
could have waited to bring charges,
but chose to go ahead last month.
"He made it sound like a slam dunk
case," Sultafin said.
Outside court, another of Hernan-
dez's attorneys, Charles Rankin, said
he's confident Hernandez will be ex-\
onerated and his attorneys were "ex-
tremely disappointed" that prosecu-
tors weren't prepared to present their
case. Hernandez's girlfriend. Shayan-
na Jenkins, was in court for the hear-
ing but said outside the courthouse
that she had no comment.
Also Wednesday. O'Shea ruled in
favor of media organizations includ-
ing The Associated Press and ordered
the release of two arrest warrants and
other search warrants and materials
that have been impounded. They'll
be released at 3 p.m. Thursday if no
one appeals.
Prosecutors say Hernandez orches-
trated Lloyd's killing because he was
.'upset at him for talking to people
Hernandez had problems with at a
nightclub a few days earlier.
They say Hernandez and two as-
sociates, Ernest Wallace and Carlos
Ortiz, drove with Lloyd to the North
Attleborough industrial park. Author-
itieshave not said who fired the shots,
but documents filed in Florida and
released since Hernandez's last court
appearance paint the former Patri-
ot as the triggerman. According to. the
records, Ortiz told police that Wallace
said Hemrnandez fired the shots.
Hernandez was kicked off the team
soon after his arrest and New England
Patriots coach Bill Belichick broke his
silence Wednesday, saying the Patri-
ots will learn from "this terrible ex-
perience," andl that it's time for New
England to move forward.
.. See DELAYED, Page 2B


INSPIRATION & PERItSPIRATION


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Quatre Couch takes the ball for Marianna during a scrimmage against Blountstown Tuesday at MERE.The staff at MERE had to temporarily
convert some softball fields into football fields because of flooding in the regular football area.


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Graceville's Rashard McKinnie takes a hit from a Bronson player during a scrimmage
Tuesday night.


G raceville and.Marianna
football teams were being
inspired asthey perspired
during the Fellowship of Christian
Athletes 8th annual team camps.
Theywere taking part in the second,
and largest, of three camps being
offered by the groutip. The Tuesday
through Thursday camp had 380
players and coaches from 9 teams.
The three camps are all being held
in Marianna and are expected to
attract 950 people in total and will
feature 11 on 11 offensive and de-
fensive scrimmages.


ANGELS RECEIVE CHECK BEFORE SERIES


SuBMfiEO PHOfhO
Marianna Optimist Club' President Lowell Centers, left, presents a check to Marianna Angels All-
Stars Coach David Castleberry. The Angels became district winners, went on to become state
champs and winl represent the entire state when they compete in the Dixie Softball World Series
in Petal, Miss. In making the presentation, Centers said club is proud of the young ladies on the Angels
team and is proud to help make their way to Mississippi.


THEASSOCIATED PRESS
Jorge Pino measures a lobster on Wednesday in Biscayne Bay, Fla. Lobsters
must have carapace of more than 3-inches to be legally taken. Thousands
of snorkelers and divers are expected to try to catch their limit during the
two-day spiny lobster recreational season which began at 12:01 am on
Wednesday and ends at 12:00 midnight on Thursday.


Fishing


Spiny lobster season opens


The Associated Press
KEYBISCAYNE, Ha. Florida's
two-day spiny lobster season is
one of the state's most popular
,recreational events each year -
and one of its most dangerous.
Thousands of snorkelers and
divers are taking to the waters off
South Florida Wednesday and
Thursday in hopes of catching
the tasty crustaceans, but if past
years are any indication, some
people will be seriously hurt and
possibly die in the effort. One
person has died in each of the
last two years.
A combination of inadequate
diving equipment and divers
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overexerting themselves as they
chase after lobsters can create a
problem underwater, said Jorge
Pino, a Florida Fish and Wildlife
Commission spokesman and
officer.
"Once that happens, they
panic and it's all over. And by the
time somebody can get to them .
it's just too late," he said.....
To prevent casualties, dozens
of law enforcement officials were
on hand Wednesday to caution
divers about boater safety and
to ensure they followed the rules
set bythe FWC.
Steve Fenby said he almost ran
over a diver while driving slow-
ly under a bridge because the


diver's boat did not have a div-
ers-down flag a red flagowith a
diagonal.stripe- to warn him of
the swimmers nearby.
"That's a big problem out here,"
he said. "That's the reason why
most people get run over and
killed down here because they're
ignorant."
At least a dozen boaters had
been stopped less than 10 hours
after the season officially opened
on midnightWednesday. Pino let
two boaters off'the hook with a
verbal warning. One boater was
speeding in a manatee zone and
another was operating his vessel
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Belichick, Pats will learn from Hernandez case


The Associated Press

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.
New England Patriots
coach Bill Belichick broke
his silence Wednesday on
the arrest of Aaron Her-
niandez, saying the club
will learn from "this ter-
rible experience" and it's
time to "move forward."
Four weeks after the for-
mer Patriots tight end was
charged with murder and
cut by the team, Belich-
ick addressed the issue
during a 22-minute news
conference one day before
the team opens training
camp.
He expressed sympathy
for ihe family of shooting
victim Odin Lloyd, said the
in-depth process of study-
ing a player's background
is "far from perfect" but it
wouldn't 'be "overhauled,"
and took. responsibility
for bringing people to the
team. "'
"The hundreds of play-
ers we've had through
this program in,the last
14 years, there's been a lot
of good.ones, a .lot of real
'good ones," Belichick said.
"We'll 'try to do a good job
in bringing people into this
organization in the future
and try to learn from the,
Mistakes that we've made
along the way, of which
there have been plenty."
At times, Belichick
glanced down at notes.
He declined to answer
questions' about people
involved in the legal case,
saying he had been' ad-
vised not to.
His relationship with
team owner Robert Kraft
continues to. strengthen,


, "' ." THEASSOCIATED PRESS
New England Patriots .NFL football head'coach Bill Belichick walks away from the podium after speaking to reporters. in
Foxborough, Mass., on Wednesday. Belichick broke his silence four weeks after former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was
charged with murder. Belichick says the Patriots will learn from "this terrible experience:' and that it's time for New England
to "move forward'" ,


he said. .
Kraft has said he was
"duped" by Hernan-
dez:. When Belichick
was asked if he also had
been "duped," he said he
couldn't comment.
"I'm not trying, to make
this story disappear, but I
.respect the judicial process
and have been advised not
to comment on ongoing
legal proceedings. I'm ad-
vising our players' to do
the same things," he said.
"Ultimately, the judge or
the jury will determine the
accountability."
Quarterback Tom Brady
and the team's other five
captains are scheduled
to -speak with reporters
on Thursday when train-
ing camp opens. The first
practice is set for Friday.
The Patriots are eager to


move on quickly from the
Hernandez situation 'and
any stain it leaves on the
image of a team that has
won three of its five Su-
per Bowls in Beli.thickl's 13
years as coach. Belichick
usually doesn'tfaddress the
media at training- camp
until it's begun..
"My comments are cer-
tainly not in proportion to
the 'unfortunate and sad
situationthatwe havehere,
but I've been advised to
address the subject once,
and it's time ifor the New
England Patriots to move
forward," he said. "Moving
'forward consists of what
it's always been here to
build a winning football
team, to be a strong pillar
in the community and be a
team that our fans can be
proud of."


At a court hearing that
overlapped with Belichick's
news conference, pros-
ecutoKs asked for more
time to present evidence
to a grand jury. Hemandez
was in court for what was
supposed to be a probable
cause hearing, but pros-
ecutors said the grand jury
is still considering the evi-
dence against him.
The probable cause
'hearing was rescheduled
for Aug.,22. .
Hernandez has pleaded
not guilty to murder in the
shooting death of Lloyd,
a 27-year-old Boston-
semi-professional -foot-
ball player whose body
was found June 17 in an
industrial park near Her-'
nandez's home in North
Attieborough.
Belichick said he was out


of the United States when
he learned of the criminal
investigation. He' didn't
say, in response to a ques-
tion, if he had talked with
Hernandez since the play-
er's name was linked to it.
-"This case involves an
individual who happened
to be a New England Patri-
ot; and we certainly do not
condone unacceptable be-
havior and this does not in
Sany way represent the way
that the New England Pa-
triots want to do things,"'
he said. "As the coach of
the team, I'm primarily
responsible for the people
that we bring into the foot-
ball operation."
Hernandez dropped to
the ,,fourth round in the
2,010 NFL draft because of
character issues. Several
teams took him off their


draft board.
"We look at every play-
er's history from.the mo-
ment we start discussing
it," Belichick said, "going
back to his family, where
he grew up, what his' life-
style was like, high school,
college experiences. We
evaluate his performance,
his intelligence, his, work
ethic, his motivation, his
maturity, his improvement
and we try to project that
into our organization on a
going-forward basis.
"We'll continue to evalu-
ate the way that we "do
things, the way that we
evaluate our players and
we'll do-it on a regular, ba-
sis, not just at the begin-
ning when they come in." :
Asked if the Patriots'will
focus more on off-the-field
issues when scouting col-
lege players, he said, "We
have a process in place.
Can it be improved? Can
it be modified? It possibly
can. We'll certainly look at
it ." '
Belichick declined to re-
spond to a question about
starting cornerback Al-
fonzo Dennard, who was
charged with first-offense
drunken driving after be-
ing pulled over in his car
on July 11 in Lincoln, Neb.,,
while on probation. He re-
mains on the team.
Players are evaluated
on "a case-by-case basis,"
Belichick said. "Whatever
the circumstances are on
any one individual, you'll
have to make the decision
based on an individual
basis. .
"With Aaron, we did
what we felt was right for
the football team."


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Titans linebacker Jona- body out and get them
than "Tig" rNillard says away from the car.' You
he helped rescue a family .could see probably up un-
from a burning vehicle on der the engine, all that was
his way to Tennessee train- still on fire. So I'm thinking
ing camp. that the, car might go up
The rookie was driving on anytime."'
Interstate A40 Tuesday near Willard said he handed an
Oak Ridge when he no- infant to thewoman before
ticed a sports utility vehicle' pulling out another child.
smoking.He.firsttoldTiger- 'A second man who had
Net.com that he flashed his stopped rescued a third
lights and honked his horn child and the family's dog,
to get the driver to pullover' and they were able to grab,
when he saw flames shoot the woman's purse and
out the back. a couple bags before the.
"'As soon as I got to the SUV exploded info flames,
car, I saw three small 'kids a couple minutes later. He
in the back seat and a dog," stayed long enough for
Willard said Wednesday at firefighters to arrive and
the Titans' headquarters: put out the fire.


"A lot of people passed
by and didn't help, so she
was just wanting to thank
us and show us how thank-
ful she was for us helping
get the kids out and' kind
of grab some of the stuff,"
Willardsaid.-.,
ATennessee Highway Pa-
trol report shows the SUV
of Cheri Hubbard of South
Daytona, Fla., caught fire
and burned Tuesday after-
noon near mile marker.340.
The investigating. 'trooper,
told Dalya Qualls, spokes-
woman for the Tennessee
Department of Safety and
Homeland Security, that
the witnesses already had
left before he arrived and,
that Hubbard did not get.
the names of the men who
helped her.


I. IHEASSOCIATED PRESS
Tennessee Titans linebacker Jonathan Willard helped rescue a family from this burning vehicle
on his way to training camp on Tuesday. The SUV exploded into flames a couple minutes after
the rescue-.


Lobster
From Page 1B

with a divers-down flag up,
a $90 violation.
The divers-down flag is
just one of nearly a dozen
requirements that lobster
divers must follow. The oth-
ers include: Boaters must
have a measuring device
onboard and lobsters must
be in the water when they
Share measured the shell



Delayed
From Page 1B

"We'll continue to evalu-
ate tle way that we do
things, the way that we
evaluate our players and
we'll do it on a regular.-ba-
sis," Belichick said. "I'm not
perfect on that, butl always
do what I think is best for
the football team."
Wallace and Ortiz also
are facing charges. Wal-
lace pleaded not guilty to
a charge of being an ac-
cessory to murder after the
fact. Ortiz has pleaded not
guilty to a gun charge.
Warrants released Tues-
day in Hernandez's home-
town of Bristol, Conn., show
Police found ammunition,


part of the lobster must be
at least three inches; div-
ers can't take egg-bearing
females turn over the
lobster to see the bright or-
ange eggs and lobsters
must be in their entire con-
dition before being taken
to shore..
Those looking to catch
dinner must also have a
recreational saltwater fish-
ing license and a spiny
lobster permit. Both can
be purchased online. And
recreational divers', can


a gun box and documents
tied to Ortiz and Wallace at
Hemrnandez's uncle's home.
The warrants were used
to search that home, where
Ortiz said he lived; an
apartment also linked to
Ortiz; and a rental car po-
lice say was used by Wal-
lace and Ortiz to return to
Connecticut the day after
the shooting.
The items seized from
the home included clothes,
documents linked to Or-
tiz and Wallace, a plastic
gun box and two boxes -of
ammo.
Bristol police also have
been investigating a pos-
sible link to a 2012 fatal
shooting in Boston, and
earlier said they had seized
an SUV wanted in that
investigation.


take up to six lobsters per
person per day in Monroe
County .in the Florida Keys
and a dozen in most other
-parts of Florida.
Violators can be cited or
even arrested. In June, two
men accused of poaching
almost, 500 spiny lobsters
out of season were arrested
and charged .in Miami-
Dade County with multiple
misdemeanor charges.
The limits are set to en-
sure that the spiny lobster's
population doesn't shrink


and FWC are strict about
enforcement.
"They're everywhere.
Don't even think, about
cheating," said David Mata
of Hollywood; who has
been stopped by authori-
ties every year over the last,
decade to make sure he dfd
not go over the bag limit.
. Mata hoped to catch the
maximum amount of lob-
sters, but the season ap-
peared to start off slow for
other lobster divers."
"I think it's because of all


the rain," said Mike Dash-
er, who had only caught a
Handful of lobsters. "We've
had it happened before,
when it rained, rained,
rained...it's like the solidity
in the water and they go
deep," .
Divers were also encour-


aged to capture and eat
any.lionfish they may en-
counter while diving for
lobsters. There is. no bag
limit for the invasive fish
that can -be just as tasty as
lobsters.
The regular lobster sea-
son begins Aug. 6.


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NASCAR


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Chad Knaus, with five championships and 62 victories as Jimmie Johnson's crew chief, always appears unflappable at the race
track.


Knaus' calm persona a facade


The Associated Press

CHARLOTTE, N.C.
Chad Knaus, with five
championships and 62
victories as Jimmie John-
son's crew chief, always
appears unflappable at the
racetrack.
He walks with confi-
dence, a purpose, and
seems to effortlessly lead
his team through times of
crisis.
Is it really just facade?
That's the impression
Knaus gave this week in
thelead-up to the Brick-
yard 400, where he and
Johnson seek a record-ty-
: ing fifth victory at India-
napolis M lotor Speedway.
"It's kind of funny. I
.always am in just a semi-
Sstate of a little bitof fear,"
Knaus admitted. "I'mnot
going to lie I fear the
fact that one day. we'll
"never win a race again. I
fear the fact that one day.
1Iwon't work with Jinmmie
again. 1 fear the fact that
"one dyv, I won't have this
Amazing facility at Hen-
drick Motorsports towork
in. And I try to work as
hard as I can every single
day to go out there and
win races, beeause-I know
at some point in tinme, it's
going to go away. And you
just can't take anything for
granted."
The duo of Johnson and
Knaus has taken nothing
for granted since theywere
paired by Rick Hendrick as
the nucleus of the startup
No. 48 tea'i in 2002.
". Knaus was relentless in
his preparation arid had
Johnson in Victory Lane
a mere ,10 races into their
relationship. There were
three wins'that rookie
year, including a sweep
at Dover that positioned
Johnson as the series
points leader with seven
races left in the season.
'Those victories and
flirting with a champion-
ship made Knaus push
even harder, and the nexf


two seasons led to 10 wins
and a pair of runner-up
finishes in the title race.
There were four wins in,
2005 and Johnson went
into the season finale
ranked second with a shot
at the tide. Butthe behind-
the-scenes tension, fueled
in part by Knaus' relentless
drive, nearly fractured the
team. A tire issue caused
Johlison to crash in the
finale, finish fifth in the
standings and led Hen-
drick to force his driver
and. crew chief to examine
their relationship.
Given the choice to
repair their relationship or
be split apart by the team
owner, both Johnson and
Knaus chose to continue
pushing on together.
S.Five championships and
.44 wins later, the two are
the longest active crew,
chief and driver pair-
ingin NASCAR and have
shown no signs of letting
.,up. Johnson heads into
SSunday's race with four
victories and a 56-point
cushion over second-
place Clint Bowyer in the
standings.
Knaus believes the two'
have grown together over
the last decade, and spend
time together away frbm
the track, as they did dur-
ing the final off weekend
of the NASCAR season.
"It's like any other
. relationship, it grows and
, there's an ebb and flow
of good times and bad,"
Knaus said. "Jimmie and I
have been ery fortunate '
over the years to have got-
ten a good appreciation
and mutual respect for
.one another. We expanded
on that'relationship again
this weekend, so we've had
a few of those opportuni-.
ties where we've been able
to have a few beers and
play some reindeer games.
"Now we are to the point
where I can understand
where it is and how off we
are with the race car based
on his body language and


what he says and.his feed- has taken steps at Rahal
back. And he can definite- Letterman Lanigan to
ly see with my feedback attack the final five races
and my body language of the season with a fresh
and the tone of my voice, eye.
he knows what's happen- The ream this week.
ing from my perspective made three keypersonnel
and that's always..good. It's changes; including mov-
a lot of different levels,'it's. -ing race engineer Gerry
pret.' good for us." ,. .Hughes head of develop-
ment for the IndyCar
RANKING THE WINS program.
Richard hildress has Neil Fife, who led Ryan
Richard i d Hunter-Reay tothe team's
kissed the bricks at India- l t ct y 1t 2 n
:napolis three tines with last victory in 2008, will
'napohis three times with .
three different drivers as a be Rahal's race engineer
carowner. lfor the remainder ofthe
car-'owner. ;" i.: ,i' -
Hedidin1995with season. MitchDavis was
"le d rn 1995 it 2 named crew chief, a role
Dale Earnhardt, in 2003 th
with Kevin Harvick and thatmakeshimrespon
2011 with Paul Menard. sible for preparation of the
Three memorable mo- cars for bothRahal and
ments under three very Jakes.
different circumstances.
So which was most spe- X GAMES TRIBUTE
cial for Childress? Travis Pasirana will pay
Menard's win, ofcourse.'. tribute to his belovedX,
SHuh? Games with a special paint
Yup, Childresspicked scheme on his No. 60 Ford
Menard'swinatIndya for the upcoming races at
track his familyhad long Indianapolis Motor Speed-
supported through open- way and lowa Speedway.,
wheel racing, as the big- pastrana,-a 17-time .
gest victory of the three. medal winner-11 golds
"Not taking anything ,- at the X Games, willgo
away from Dale's or directlyfromthe Aug. 3
Kevin's first win there, but drcl rmteAg
Kevinrs first win ere, but ace at Iowa toLos Angeles
that one was so special to compete in RallyCross.
because of beingable to "I've been able to make
win a race with Paul, being acareer-out of having fun
able to win atlIndywhere and pushing the limits ,
that whole family had pit because of the platform
~~~because of thepafr
so much into the India- provided by this event," sgai
napolis Motor Speedway," Pastrana I love everything
Childress said.about it.
It was Menard's first and ,"NASCAR and the X
",NAscAR and the X
only career Sprint Cup win Games have a lot-that
to date. cross over, but they are
" RAHAL CHANGES still worlds apart. So far
AALCHANG ES. I've shown the action ".
It's been tough going sports community how
since Graham Rahal joined difficult NASCAR truly is,
his father's race team. 'but my goal is to show the.
While teammate James NASCAR community how
Jakes has shown flashes of talented and determined
promise this season; Rahal action sports athletes can.
has been mired at the back be. There will be a lot of.
of the grid and unable to pressure on me from the
make many gains. action sports side when
As the prodigal son sits I roll onto the track with
17thin the IndyCar stand- this paint scheme, bift
ings with just one podium I usually thrive under
finish, father Bob Rahal pressure."


THURSDAY, JULY 25; 2013 3BF


College Football


OSU coach


Meyer to look


at discipline

The Associated Press anonymous person, that
charges were not expect-
CHICAGO Knowing edto befiled against Hyde
he would be peppered because surveillance
with questions. about video from the alleged in-
player discipline issues cident ran contrary to the
during his five seasons at allegations.,-,
Florida and more recently Meyer said he was "f-
at Ohio State, coach Ur- rious" when he learned
ban Meyer arrived at Big about the incidents but
Ten media days with a said he didn't want to re-
posture and tone he rarely act further because he
displays. was getting "conflicting
Normally- defensive, stories" about exactly
bordering on confronta- what happened.'
tional, about his teams' "For 12 months it's been
unpleasant trick record really, really good, and I
of off-field issues, Meyer 'don't 'want a' disruption
instead seemed wistful for this team," said Meyer,
Wednesday and, won- whose team was 12-0 last
dered whether he gave season. but ineligible for
some players too many a bowl game because of
second chances. NCAA sanctions.' "The
"Obviously -there are guys work too hard. 'To
some things that 'maybe have a couple of knriuck-
we, erred," Meyer said. leheads make some deci-.
"We're not the only pro- sions that reflect theentire
gram in America that program, that's not I
makes mistakes,_ ,(but) guess it'spart of the deal.
we've had too many, and It's something that both-
I've self-evaluated,. evalu- ers me,;bothers our staff, ,
ated our staff and evalu- and we' work very hard to
ated how we do our busi- avoid with our players."
ness and we're continually For years, as Meyer has


changing to make sure we.
do it the right way." '
SMeyer's history of player
discipline has been in the
spotlight this summer
with his former tight end
at Florida, ,Aaron Her-
nandez, being accused of
murdering Odin Lloyd.;,
At issue is how Meyer
handled Hemandez,
whose time at Florida
included an alleged inci-
dent in which he punched
a restaurant employee
and another in which he:.
was questioned abqut a
shooting. Neither incident
led to formal charges, butit
some have, 'questioned
whether Meyer protected
Hernandez from mean-
ingful consequences de-
spite a pattern of prob-
lematic behavior. '
Discipline became a
conversation piece again
this week when two Ohio
State players running
back Carlos Hyde and all-
conference .cornerback
Bradley Roby -were in-
volved in separate inci-
dents last weekend.'
Though'Hyde wasn't ar-
rested, Meyer suspended
him -indefinitely after he
was named a person of in-
terestin the police report
alleging that, he struck a
woman at a. nightclub.
Roby's status has been un-
clear since being arrested
in Bloomington, Ind., fol-
lowing a bar incident. He
was charged-.with misde-
meanor battery.
Yahoo! Sports reported
Wednesday, citing an


trumpeted players such as
Tim Tebow as the whole-
some image of his time at
SFloridahe bristledwhen-
ever the subject turned to
numbers of arrests. A New
York Times study showed
that 41 out of 121 players
on Florida's 2008 national
championship roster had
been arrested during .or
after college.
Wednesday, seven of 11
questions: to Meyer dur-
ing his 15-minute media
session dealt with player
discipline. But instead,
of defending his. track
record, Meyer acknowl-
edged that the criticism
bothered him and said he
wanted his ,approach to
discipline to be',"as hard
or harder" than anyone in
college football, going so
far as to have a staff mem-
ber monitor- how other
programs discipline.
"That's maybe where
I've changed over the
years," Meyer said. "Even
as a first-time offense
from a freshman, I want
to make sure we're setting
the tone."
Meyer declined to dis-
cuss the issues surround-
ing Hernandez.
"It felt awful. It's a sick
feeling," Meyer said when
asked about his name be-
ing connected to Hernan-
dez. "Your thoughts and
prayers are with the fam-
ily of the victims and ev-
ery player situation, every
recruit situation, it will al-
ways be in the back of my
mind. That's all I can say."


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LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
- Listen when a reliable
counselor starts talking
about many ways to open
up new sources of income.
VIRGO,(Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
- One of the reasons be-
hind others' fondness for
you is your ability to make
everyone feel important.
You'll find opportunities
to use this blessing today.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
-When you believe in
yourself and your abilities,
you're able to do whatever
you set your mincdto. This
is a good day-to test this
notion out.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
22) Participating in
some type of physical
activity could revitalize
your zest for life. Don't be
sedentary.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-' -
Dec. 21) -Your ability to
improve upon things that
others begin will be oper-
ating in full swing. Use this
gift effectively.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) If you have-a signifi-
cant matter to negotiate,
the best results will be
achieved on a one-on-one
basis.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) It is likely to be the
little things that could turn.
into big moneymakers for
you today.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March
20) -Your organizational
abilities are apt to be ex-
ceptionally keen. If others
follow through, every one
of you will benefit greatly.
ARIES (March 21-April
19) -Take plenty of time
to study an issue that's
germane to something
you're trying to accom-
plish. Your insights into
the matter could increase
considerably. '
TAURUS (April 20-May
20) Be lavish in your
praise of someone who
deserves it. That compli-
ment will make a huge
impact on this person.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
-7Your focus is likely. to be
on things that affect your
status and finances, which
is exactly where it should
be.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)
-When it comes to issues
Sthat'you truly believe in,
let your voice be heard
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Annxie's Mailbox


DearAnnie: I am woman and am deep-
ly attracted to a good friend, also female.
We have begun watching a facy TV show
together at my home, and it's becoming
very uncomfortable for me to watch it
with her. I find myself wondering wheth-
er I should instead offer to loan her the
DVDs so she can watch them on her own.
If so, do I need to explain why?
I am wondering what course of ac-
tion is: least likely to put a crimp in our
friendship.
-CRUSHING

Dear Crushing: Is it possible that your
friend is interested in you romantically?
If you think that might be the case, you
should tell her that you are attracted to
her and see what happens. However, if
that is too emotionally frightening and
you 'fear it will end the friendship, you
need to 'stop these incendiary "dates" in
whatever way removes the intimacy from
your get-togethers.
.Offer hier the DVDs and say that you
are tired of watching this show. You could
suggest an alternate TV program that is
less racy or invite more people over so it's


Bridge
Bridge players should be keeping an eye open for
dangers the fourth letter of my "trade" acronym.
In particular, it is hard to break the habits of a" life-
time when a deal comes along that does not fit into
a typical pattern. In today's, how should South plan
the play in three no-trump, and how should East de-
feat him?
After a simple Stayman auction, West leads the
heart nine, top of touching cards in a suit containing
no honors.
South has eight top tricks: three hearts and five
clubs. He can get a Yninth winner from diamonds.
The danger is that the defenders will take the first
diamond trick and cash four spades. When declarer
needs some help from the defenders, he should put
them on the spot as quickly as possible. South should
take the first trick with his ace, play a club to the
queen, feigning a finesse, and call for a diamond.
Many Easts would play second hand low without
even thinking. But an East who is used to deducing
the danger will see that declarer has at least eight
winners via three hearts and five clubs. If he is al-
lowed to steal a diamond trick, he will be home.
East should dive in with the diamond ace and shift
to the spade king. When it holes, he continues with
his second spade and the contract dies.


not only the two of you. You do hot have
to bare your soul to her if it makes you
uncomfortable, but it means you must
stop putting yourself in 'this compromis-
ingposition.

Dear Annie: My father recently informed
me 6f some dark family history that hap-
pened years ago. I already felt disconnect-
ed from his side of the family, but now I
feel ashamed to be a part of these secrets.
I am considering changing my surname.
I suspect my father will be angry that I'm
giving up the family name, and I realize
that my name doesn't necessarily reflect
on me, but going through life connected
to those bad things seems like a worse op-
tion. What do you think?
SHADY FAMILY BUSINESS

Dear Shady: Unless your family name
is particularly .recognizable, it is un-
likely that anyone will connect you to
these dark deeds. However, if you wish
to change your name as a protest against
your father's family, that is up to you. But
be prepared for his reaction and willing to
face the consequences.


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equipment, supplies, training and $5,000.
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Equipment, training Ind 60K
annual gross $19,500
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* Want to save time on your. Large gray bob-tailed cat
. shopping experience? has gone missing in Laver
Ever wish you could have clothes picked!i. Hills. He is approximately
out for you as soon as your walk in your 14 lbs. and answers to the
favorite store? Have you ever wanted help -'" name Brutus. Extremely
Finding that unique, vintage dress or antique -- affectionate and friendly.
piece of furniture? I CAN HELP.When people He did have a break-away
have asked about passion the first and only collar on when he disap-
thing that would come to mind is shopping. peared on 12 July 13. If any-
I can do what I love & help others in the one has seen him or knows
process. Rates are $15/hr for a personal where he is please call
shopper and $25 finder's fee for vintage 334-449,1422 or 334-446-1005. ** A REWARD
clothing and furniture. After a short get to WILL BE GIVEN FOR HIS SAFE RETURN.
know you session, I can assist in making'
your shopping experience not only a
memorable one but a painless one. Email ci
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belzhoIo o fo e in. Lawerance & Dalewood Rd. 850-292,2148.
I __ __ ___ __IFREE: Lab female, spayed good with kids &
FURI TURE;&HOSEOL l ;[] al, other dogs, needs to run. 850-209-6977.. '
SSofa Bed: br6wn cloth 'queen ize sleeper sofa,
never slept in. $300. 850-718-8084 sep A Pups!
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JEER ACE Peanuts:
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* West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440. 85,0352-2199
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Fountain: porch waterfall fountain/pond.
pump and light. $50.850-718-8084 .
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Ref unit with 3ft prep cooler.
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30 black stack chairs
4 boxes of plastic dishes, glass plates,
plastic cups & silverware. '
S14ft 4 well steam table with ref unit and.
Display case.
S3ft metal roll around storage box. 4 ,
$1,000. ALL Call 334-791-2800


Canoe: Radisson 12 ft canoe, unsinkable, .
extremely light & stable. $500. 850-718-8084 Dresser with mirror, good condition. $100.850-.
445-6834
Kayak: 2 person sit-on kayak, very stable. 10 ft. -
$400. 850-718-8084 Folding Poker Table 48" oak for 8 w/green felt
surface and hard top cover. $280 no trades,
cash only. 850-933-8547.
'I~ J:,.*'. "' -': :' *^ '-* : Metal Sign, lighted display area 10x5 w/2-6ft.
SUpports, letters & pole $900. 850-592-6203
tree Kittens (4)-to a good home, 6 weeks old, Movie Camera, Panasonic\OMMI PV500 VHS
litter trained, male & female. 850-272-4908 $40 Pet Mate (3) 42x30x28 $40 Ea. 850-592-2481


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Feed Oaks for Horses & Cattle 4m..
$10. per l00oIbs.
bring your own bag please 334-796-0002.


Rocker antique $25. Signed Gospil tapes $5.
2009 Gator National football $50. Floor Lamp
$20. Gospel Book James Blackwood signed & JD
Sumner signed $35. ea. 850-263-1039
Teachers Desk with glass top, oak, large
has 8 drawers $125. 850-526-1120.
Treadmill Vitamaster with electric incline $100.
850-592-3304
Whirlpool Washing Machine: white $125;
Kenmoore Washer white $125 850-482-3267


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The Jackson County Floridan newspaper
has an immediate opening for a part-time
news clerk to handle various community
listings columns, assist people in the
newsroom and answer telephone calls and
questions from the public. The successful
applicant should possess excellent written
and verbal communication skills and be
knowledgeable with computer. Must type
accurately and quickly and able to juggle
different tasks at once.
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"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business"
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2/2 located in Sneads $350. mo.
0 850-573-0308 4-

2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale.
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2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale.
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road near Blue Springs water & yard maint. fur-
nished No Pets $550. mo + dep, 850-638-7822
S For Rent Greenwood, Marlanna, &
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o* 850-593-4700 4a
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garbage/lawn includes. 3/2 $575.
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2003 Triton V 176 Magnum: alum hull, with
115H Mercury motor, trolling motor, excellent
condition, $9,500. Call 254-394-6703
Astro 1989 18ft Boat: Aluminum hull, with
trailer, 1998 Mercury engine, 115HP, 2 electric
anchors, front and rear, new fish/depthfinder,
2 new batteries, plenty of storage, live well,
new trolling motor. Excellent fishing boat!
$3,500 Call 334-445-1616
Blue Fij Bass
r'i9 Elimator All
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ized trailer-new
tires, all in very
good 'condition, 2
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Javelin 1994 17ft%, Fish/Ski, 150 Fast Strike
Johnson, 12/24 -Trolling Motor w/on Board
Charger, Humminbird Depth/Fish, Finder,
CD/Radio, Garage Kept, $6,200 OBO 334-695-
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1,2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments
Monthly' rent from $582 + utilities
Rental Assistance for Qualified Applicants
For Rental Info & Applications.
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One bedroom apartment for rent
1 941 Green St, Marianna.
$490 month 1lyr. lease $400 dep.
Call Joanne 850-693-0570

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$25,000. Call 850-482-8333 or 850-209-4936

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2005 Camper- Cavalier 8 x 32ft. sleeps 8, AC,
tub & shower, stove & oven, microwave, frig,
dbl. sink, 2 Ig. gas bottles $3250. 334-983-4941.
aCrossroads 2001 Travel Trail-
er 30ft, one slide out, new re-
Sfrigerator, new awning and
TV included. A/C, tub &
shower, stove, microwave,
dbl sink, tow gas bottles. Couch makes into
extra bed, good condition $5,500 Call Mike
334-677-5701 or Cell 334-648-6166
RV for Sale 1998 Fleetwood Discovery.
'34' length. 5.9 liter Cummins Diesel Pusher
Engine 275 hp w/ Allison 6 sp transmission, on
Freightliner chasis. 54,741 miles. Very good
condition, very well-maintained. Major mainte-
nance work includes new rubber roof, new
awning new Michelin tires, and new Interstate
batteries. Many upgrades including flat screen
TVs, new mattress, rock guard, and more.
$37,000. In Blakely, GA. Call 229-723-4360.
Vangaurd 1988 25 ft. RV Ford 350 Econoline
Chassis, old but in great condition, looks great
easy to drive $3000. OBO 334-479-0399

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g 2010 Chevrolet Camaro 2
i gIilk SS Coupe V8, RS package
Dual exhaust polished
stainless steel tips, rear
~spoiler, high intensity halo-
gen headlamps, running lamps, ultrasonic rear
parking assist, am/fm stereo, satellite radio,
Boston premium acoustic sound system, leath-
er sport bucket seats, elite alum. wheels. Only
13,000 mi. Exc. condition. $28,900. 334-797-0987
2012 Smart Car Convertible -11000 miles, like
new, factory warranty, A/C, A/T, heated seats
and much more. Asking only $14,995.00
Call 334 701-5129
Audi 2011 A4, sun roof, leather, low miles. Call
Matt 334-587-2957.
Buick 1997 LeSabre,.
Custom, loaded, cold air,
new tires, 79,000 miles,
l id like new condition,
$3874. Call 334-790-7959.
Chevrolet 2012 Impala LT, factory warranty,
like new, $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron
Ellis 334-714-0028.
% 1j110I Dodge 2002 Grand Caravan
MOWiMNSw!K Sport, Taupe. Power driver
Seat, power windows,
locks. A/C. Heater works
great front arid rear,
AM/FM/tape/CD, towing pkg, roof rack, front
cloth bucket seats 2 rows bench seats. Runs
& rides well. High highway mileage 266K, good
gas mileage. $2,200. 334-696-4767
DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE?
GOT BAD CREDIT?
Pass Repo pass bankruptcy
slow credit ok
s$0 Down/lst Payment,
Tax, Tag & Title
S Ask about S75. monthly FREE GAS
GIVEAWAY
Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550
SFord 2011 Fusion, low miles, leather, priced to
sell. Call Bon 205-572-1279.
Honda 2000 Civic SI: 5 speed. Red. 2 door, sun-
roof, 124k miles, 2nd owner, excellent condi-
tion, very clean in and out, cold AC. needs dis-
tributor cap, $3,000. Call 334-798-2302


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Lincoln 2006 Towncar Signature Series: pearl
white, 76k miles, biege leather interior, fully
loaded, well maintained, Michelin tires $9,500
OBO. Call 334-701-1526
Nissan 2010 Frontier, X cab, low miles, must
sell! $200 down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis
334-714-0028.
Nissan'2012 Maxima, low miles, sun roof,
priced to sell. Call Tavaris 334-618-7989.
Nissan 2012 Sentra, still under factory Warran-
ty. Great gas mileage, real nice car. $300 down,
$300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-
8243.
Toyota 2012 Corolla, Save Fuel! Great fuel mile-
age, under factory warranty, all power, AC,
PW, PDL, AT, CD. $300 down, $300 per month.
Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243.


3.ll "-g!^, 2002 Harley Davidson
> Ultra Classic Electra Glide.
.9VS9^39 Custom purple/black
r i paint. Loaded. Bike is
,a=. ~Chromed out. Garaged.
S14,750 miles. In excellent
condition. Call 334-792-8701 or 714-4548.
Custom Built Soft Tail
built in 2010, 750 mi.
S&S motor 6 speed, trans
custom everything.
Have all receipts.
Clear title $8000. FIRM
229-220-6693 or 609-577-5789.
no Harley Davidson 2003,
T I 100 Anniversary Edition,
S U'. Heritage Softail Classic,
Black w/lots of chrome,
straight pipes, many
X-tras, 57K miles, $8,500
SFirm 229-321-9625
Harley Davidson 2004 Sportster 1200 Roadster:
20k miles $6,000 OBO. Call 334-588-3677 .
Honda 2006 Goldwing: 1800CC, black, one own-
er, many extra, and matching trailer available.
$13,500 Call 334-796-4125
Suzuki 2006 Grand Vitara 125K miles, good
cond. great little compact SUV $6000.
334-791-8977.
Yamaha 1999 V-Star: 1100CC, 33k miles, runs
and looks great and very clean. Asking $2,500.
Call 334-596-5032 ,


Eddie Bauer 2010 Explorer, 21K miles, all leath-
er inside, like showroom condition, can be seen;
at 518 E Barbour St. between 10AM-4PM week-
days, $23,500 334-616-7272


Dodge 1998 Ram 1500: Quad cab, loaded, heavy
duty towing package, camper shell included,
low miles, less than 100k miles $4,500 OBO.
Call 334-793-1946 or 334-618-0583
Ford '03 Ford Pacer Bus: for sale to the highest
bidder. The bus may be seen at Dothan Adult
Care Center, 795 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, Ala-
bama. Sealed bids must be sent to Wiregrass
Rehabilitation Center, 795 Ross Clark Circle,
Dothan, Alabama, by August 30, 2013, by 4:00
p.m. If you have questions, contact Mona ,
Meadows (334) 792-0022, Ext. 283.
Ford 2006 F350: power stroke, 6.0 Turbo deisel,,
,very short wheel base, 48k miles, 7,800 hours
on engine, very good truck for pulling'peanut &
corn wagons. $8,000. Call 334-393-3746
Tractor 1977 79 Ford 1600 series very good
condition, comes with 12 ft. long dual axle
trailer steel frame & box blade, approx 3 yrs.
old. $3999. 334-703-3611.


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Ford '97 Ford Pacer Bus: for sale to the highest
bidder. The bus may be seen at Enterprise
Adult Care Center, 106 Douglas Brown Circle,
Enterprise, Alabama. Sealed bids must be sent
to Wiregrass Rehabilitation Center, 795 Ross
Clark Circle, Dothan, Alabama, by August 30,
2013, by 4:00 p.m. If you have questions, con-
tact Mona Meadows (334) 792:0022, Ext. 283.
Yanmar Farm Tractor: small, good condition,
4ft bush hog and 4ft tiller, 2 cylinder deisel
$3,500. Call 334-677-3795


Dodge 2013 Journey, 7 passenger, low miles,
great family vehicle. Call Chuck 334-333-B558.
sFor sale by Owner
2006 Pontiac Montana SV6,
sliding power door, rail
guards, back-up assist,
front/rear CD/MP3, DVD w/remote, fabric w/4
captain seats. Maintained w/most service
records. 60-75% tread $5,900 334-790-6621



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'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY,
STATE OF FLORIDA
CASE NO.:13-535-CA

CENTENNIAL BANK, as successor in interest
to COASTAL COMMUNITY BANK, -
Plaintiff,
vs.
WESLEY C. MILES, a/k/a WESLEY C.
MILES, JR.; UNKNOWN TENANT #1
and UNKNOWN TENANT #2, the names
being fictitious to account for parties who
may be in possession,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: WESLEY C. MILES.
a./k.,'a WESLEY C. MILES, JR.

and if deceased, their unknown heirs, devisees,
nrantpe rprditnrs and All nther nartiep claim-


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ing by, through, under, or against them; and all
unknown natural persons if alive, and if dead
or not known to be dead or alive, their several
and respective unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, and creditors, or other par-
ties claiming by, through, or under those un--
known natural persons; and the several and re-
spective unknown assigns, successors in inter-
est, trustees, or any other person claiming by,
through, under or against any corporation or
other legal entity named as the defendants;
and all claimants, persons or parties, natural or
corporate, or whose exact legal status is un-
known, claiming under any of the above named
or described defendants or parties claiming to
have any right, title, or interest in or to the
lands hereinafter described,

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following property:

COMMENCE AT AN EXISTING IRON ROD MARK-
ING THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTH-
EAST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER
OF SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 6 NORTH, RANGE 12
WEPT, JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDA; THENCE
S00020'00'"W A DISTANCE OF 1364.08 FEET;
THENCE N89040'OOW, 57.42 FEET TO A SET IRON
ROD PSM NO. 6111 MARKING A POINT ON THE
SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF STATE
ROAD NO. 2; THENCE ALONG SAID ROAD RIGHT
OF WAY ON A CURVE CONCAVE TOWARDS THE
SOUTH AND HAVING A DELTA ANGLE OF
348'05", A RADIUS DISTANCE OF 3769.83 FEET,
AND AN ARC LENGTH OF 250.12 FEET TO A SET
IRON ROD/CAP PSM NO. 6111 AND CALL THIS
THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE DEPARTING
SAID SOUTH LINE ON A BEARING OF
S11510'43"'W, 150.80 FEET TO A SET IRON
ROD/CAP PSM 'NO. 6111; THENCE S7000'21"W
196.99 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD/CAP PSM NO.
6111 ON THE EASTERLY LINE OF A 20 FOOT
DRAINAGE EASEMENT; THENCE ALONG SAID
EASEMENT ON A BEARING OF N3205'01"W, "
81.24 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD/CAP PSM NO.
6111; THENCE N3605'10"W ALONG SAID EASE-
MENT A DISTANCE OF 141.38 FEET TO A SET
IRON ROD/CAP PSM NO. 6111; THENCE
N0251'56"W'ALONG SAID EASEMENT A DIS-
TANCE OF 98.19 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD/CAP
PSM NO. 6111 ON THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF -
WAY OF AFORESAID STATE ROAD NO. 2;
THENCE ALONG SAID ROAD ON A BEARING OF
S8001'32"E,'161.21 FEET TO A 4 X 4 FDOT CON-
CRETE MONUMENT MARKING THE P.C. OF A
CURVE; THENCE EASTERLY ALONG A CURVE
CONCAVE TO THE SOUTH AND HAVING A DEL-
TA ANGLE OF 2055'35", A RADIUS DISTANCE OF
3769.83 FEET, AND AN ARC LENGTH OF 192.55
FEET TO THE POINT OF-BEGINNING.

Parcel Identification Number:
02-6N-12-0000-0330-0010

has been filed against you, and you are re-
quired to served a copy of your written defens-
es, if any, to it on Garth D. Bonney, Esq., whose
address is Post Office Box 747, Panama City,
Florida 32402, on or before July 30,2013 and
ffle the original with the clerk of this court ei-
ther before service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint.
-DATED this 20th day of June, 2013

DALE RABON GUTHRIE
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: Zac Hatcher
,Deputy Clerk :


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M a -QUESTIONS & ATTITUDE
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SPEED FREAKS
A couple of questions we
just had to ask ourselves


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APAL BEHRMAN
Sleepy little Eldora might light
a tire for NASCAR's future.
Any chance the truck
race at Eldora will lead
to more dirt in NA-
SCAR's future?
GODSPEAK: Let's see how
it goes or blows. They are
using asphalt trucks on a dirt
course. II it's a success, yes,
we'll see more of it.
KEN'S CALL: You thinkthere'd
be some excitement among
"real" stock-car fans it the two
road courses were replaced by
half-mile dirt events? Build it,
and they will come.
Was Kyle Busch smart
to soften his comments
about Ryan Newman?
GODSPEAK: Did he do it in
time? Smokey Bear told me
years ago that a smoldering
ember can rekindle back into
a roaring fire and to run lor
our lives. Maybe Busch should
stop, drop and roll.
KEN'S CALL: You call a guy
an ogre, then admit he's
tougher than you. If Step 3
isn't a backtrack, you're not
thinking clearly.
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ONLINE EXTRAS
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Do you have questions or com-
ments about NASCAR
This Week? Contact Godwin
Kelly at godwin.kelly@news-jrnl.
corn or Ken Willis,at ken.willis@
news-irnril.com

WHAT'S ON TAP?
SPRINT CUP: Crown Royal
Presents the Samuel Deeds 400
arf The Brickyard Powered by
BigMachineRecords.com
SITE: Indianapolis
SCHEDULE: Friday. practice -
(Speed, 11:35 a.m. i. Saturday,
practice tESPNi2.9 a.m.), qualifying
(ESPN, 2:10 p.m.). Sunday, race
(ESPN, coverage begins at noon.
green Hlag at 1:20 p.m.)
TRACK: Indianapolis Motor
Speedway. (2.5-mile ovali
RACE DISTANCE: 160 laps. 400
miles


championship


Mark.Martin has done just about everything a future Hall
of Famer can accomplish in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series,
except win the championship. The 54-year-old driver has 40
wins in a sterling career that stretches back to 1981, when
he scored one top-five finish in only five starts. He has been
runner-up in the final standings five times.
Martin can fill that title void well, kinda this season
if the No. 55 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota continues on its
surge. Martin is the primary driver of the stock car he shares
with Brian Vickers and Waltrip. In its'past two races, Waltrip
finished fifth at Daytona and Vickers won at New Hampshirei
The No. 55 scorecard reads: Martin, one top-five and
four top-lOs; Vickers, one win and three top-lOs; Waltrip, two
top-fives in only three starts. '
Vickers' win has put the No. 55 car in the mix for the
Cup Series championship for, car owners. NASCAR has a
points system for drivers, the one most follow, and
another for car owners. If the No. 55 gets
into the Chase, either as a top-lO points """
performer or as a wild card, the Cup
Series could gel a split championship.
There are seven more races to decide
the Chase reld, with Indiarnapolih on deck '--
Sunday. Waltrilp's three-headed leamn 1s is ,'. '"
currently 13lh in owner points, two points .-..
ahead of Tony Stewart's tio. 14 entry. .
Vickers' victory made the No. 55 ,m-.,
wild-card Chase eligible. -.
If Ihe iJo 55 won the
owners' championship,
Waltrlnp would si atl the '!


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WINNER: Jimmie Johnson
REST OF THE TOP FIVE: Mati
Kenseth. Tony Stewart. Mark Martin.
Clint Bowyer
DARK HORSE: Kurr Busch
FIRST ONE OUT: Michael McDowell


head table for the awards banquet in Las Vegas and get a
very fat check. Last year's championship team owner, Roger
Penske, pocketed $2.86 million.
In the past 10 years, the NASCAR Nationwide Series has
seen two split championships, so it can be done. So, after all
these years, we Could still see Martin posing next to a Cup
Series championship trophy. How about that?

The King's landlord
This seemed like an odd note that crossed the wire
-desk last week. Richard Petty Motorsports leases its race
shop in Concord, N.C. No big deal, right? The guy who owns
the property is sports-car legend Boris Said, who is in the
process of selling the facility. Apparently, Said is near a
closing on the facility. "We're looking at our options right
now," RPM director of operations Sammy Johns told Fox
Sports. Petty has been a good tenant and doesn't expect an
evili:'r rnolice fr,,m thE new owner.

Stealing Hylton's thunder
S Mor.gin Shepherd says hel'has a ride for the 2014
SDaytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway.
SShepherd becarrie the oldestt driver to compete in a Cup
Series rare when hIe .tarted the New Hampshire race on
July 14 at age 71. AtterwNjrd, he said he got a promise from
the owner ,:I the I J,,. 52 Toyota, Bob Keselowski, to run
I the 500. i0 course, he has.to qualify for the
rac- which is no easy task. Shepherd.may
S have a long career ahead of him. James
,, Hyltin competed in Daytona's ARCA
'".': lf 200 this year at the young age of 78.


Gett Images/JOHN HARRELSON
Mark Martin looks like he might
be hiding some extra.points in
that bag.


Godwin !Kelly is the Day-
tona Beach News-Journal's
motorsports editor and has
covered NASCAR otar 30
years. Reach him at godwin.
L kelly@news-irnlm.comn


BIGGEST DISAPPOINTMENT: Kyle
Busch
DON'T BE SURPRISED IF: Johnson
finds a burst oa speed in the
last 30 laps to beat his primary
championship nemesis Kenseth


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Ryan Newman vs. Kyle Busch: They had a
problem at New Hampshire, and Newman
seems to get angrier about it with each
passing day.
Godwin Kelly gives his take: "It didn't help
that Busch described Newman as a 'big
ogre' and 'stupid.' That was like throwing a
lighted match in a pool ot gas."


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SSPRINT CUP
POINTS STANDINGS
after New HdrmppshiTe, race 19 of 361
Rank Driver Points
1. Jimmie Johnson -
S2. Clint Bowyer -56
3. Carl Edwards .73
4. Kevin Harvick -74
5. Dale Earnhardt Jr. -U8
6. Matt Kensetn' -120
6. Kyle Busch -120
8. Greg Bitfle 151
9. Brad Keselowski -167
10. Kasey Kahne .173
11. Martin True. Jr -175
11. Jeff Gordon .175
13. Tony Stewart 178
14. Kurt Busch -180
15. Jamie McMurray -189
16. Aic Almirola -194
17. Jeff Burton -198
18. Joey Logano -209
18. Ryan Newman -209
18. Paul Menard -209
21 Ricky Stentouse Jr. -220
22. Marcos Ambrose -256
23. Juan Montoya -272
24 Casey Mears .293
25. Denny Hamlin .335
26 David Gilliland -342
27. Danica Patrick -346
28. David Ragan .354
29. Mark Martin -382
30. Bobby Labonite .401
31. Dave Blaney -413
32. David Reutimann -417
33. JJ. Yeley .424
34. David Stremme -429
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SPORTS


G fty Imrry.lij_'JAMIE SQUIRE
Notice how they always 'iss the bricks and not
all those sponsorE.
Can we please just call it
the Brickyard 400?
Frankly. you can just call it the Brickyard. By
now. we've all come to realize it's 400 miles.
However, i you decide to "do right" by all
the sponsors and use the official race name.
we suggest you lirst lake a deep breath. On
the official literature, here it is: Crown Royal
Presents the Samuel Deeds 400 at the
Brickyard Powered by Bigmachnhmerecords.conm.

How'd this happen?
Short answer: Folks wrote checks. Longer
answer: "Brickyard" had to be in there for .
tradition's sake, because indy's rulers love
tradition. But they also love lat bottom lines.
so they tool', ojn Crown Royal as presenting
sponsor, and Crown Royal sought more notice
with its "Hero" program, which uncovered the
great work of Samuel Deeds, whose reward
includes seeing his name atop the race. And
when Big Machine Records made it worthwhile.
Indy added another line to the letterhead. It
makes business sense, but makes us nostalgic
lor Ihe old Pork The Other White Meal 400.

Names change, but do the
Indy facts remain?
'iep. and here's the most important. every
year. The Brickyard, more than any other
race on the schedule, identifies the cream of
the crop. Given the prestige of Indy and the
accompanying desire for teams to win there.
everyone brings the best equipment. And that
equipment befltter be able to deliver high speeds
and great handling. Don't look tor a surprise
winner this weekend.

Ken Willis has been covering'
NASCAR for The Davlona Beach ,
JNews Journal tor 27 vears.. Reach
hirri at I en.williriews-irril.com



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