Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
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English
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Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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30.776389 x -85.238056

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

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University of Florida
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Vol.J90 No. 167

Jackson County's attorney indicted


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com


Frank Al Baker, the lawyer
who serves as the attorney for
the Jackson County Board of
Commissioners, and two other
people associated with Coastal
Community Investminents have
been charged with conspiracy
to commit wire fraud against
the FDIC, seven counts of wire
fraud, three counts of making
false.statements to the FDIC and


one count of aiding and abetting
a false claim against the.United
SStates, according
to a press release
issued Wednesday
bythe U.S. Depart-
ment of Justice.
Jimmy. Judkins,
who is represent-
Baker ing Baker in the
matter, saidhis cli-
ent is "lookldng forward to prov-
ing his innocence in court.".
A federal Grand Jury handed


down a sealed indictment on
the charges a month ago. It was
first unsealed and made public
Wednesday. -
Biker is expected to be formal-
ly arraigned on the charges early
Thursday afternoon in Panama
City.. k n
"We knew the indictment was
coming, knew it was going to
be made public today.'" Judkins
said. "We had no clue What the
charge or charges would be. I
can tell you that we wouldn't


officially get a copy of it until
tomorrow when we go to court,
and I can tell you that he's known
about the investigation for quite
a while and has known that an
indictment was coming for some
period of time. He is looking for-
ward to proving his innocence in
court. He will enter a plea of not
guilty and I would be shocked if
he had to do anything more at
this point except promise to ap-
pear in court."I, ,
The arraignment is scheduled


for 1:30 p.m.
Coastal was a bankholding
company that owned Coastal
Community Bank in Panama
City Beach and Bayside Savings
Bank in Gulf County's Port St. Joe
community. Both those institu-
tions failed on July 30, 2010, ac-
cording to the release.
The two other persons in-
dicted in the matter, are Terry
Dubose, 65, of Panama City
See BAKER, Page 5A


NATIONAL NIGHT OUT


DRAWS 2,000
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Madison Street Park was packed Tuesday evening as people came out for the second annual National Night Out event in
Marianna.

Family-friendly safety .event builds community awareness


Walter Rudd
encourages a
slightly skittish
Seth Rudd to
touch the 2-year-
old alligator that
was brought
to the National
Night Out event
in Marianna by
the Florida Fish
and Wildlife
Conservation
Commission.


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
Sdbucl'halter@?icroridan :om
Roughly 2,000 children,
parents and other adults
showed up for the Na-
tional Night Out event on
Tuesday. Co-sponsored
by the Marianna Police
Department and the local
CrimeStoppers organiza-
tion, the festivities actu-
ally got underway during
the late afternoon, at 4
p.m.
MPD Chief Hayes
Baggett spent a good part
of the evening strolling
around in the crowd with
big batches of heliuim-
filled balloons, handing


out the bright blue eye-
catchers to the children
he encountered along the
way. Several of his officers
may have been grateful for
the duty they pulled that
evening; kids with a good
aim gave officers assigned
to the dunking booth a
few momentary respites
from a sweltering after-.
noon sun.
SBaggett said the event
was meant to give chil-
dren a positive experience
with law enforcement offi-
cers and other service and
emergency teams who can
See EVENT, Page 5A


Marianna honors



city employees


BYANGIECOOK T
acook@jcfloridan.com Three
entlues
MARIANNA Officials took time tive cert
out of Tuesday's city commission Donofro
meeting to recognize several stand- On SpI
out city workers. year can
Four employees were recognized joked, "S
for their years of service to the city:. 10." The
Shelly Holland, Joe Richey, Jackie the crov
Bradley and Carolyn Spears. They smile frc
have worked for the city for five, 10,
20 and 25 years, respectively.
CLASSIFIEDS...3-5B ENTERTAINMENT...2B


of the employees were pres-
day to receive commemora-
ificates from Mayor Paul A.
Jr. Richey was absent
ears and her impressive 25-
eer, City Manager Jim Dean
She started when she was
remark got a chuckle from
vd and a friendly wink and
im the honoree.
See EMPLOYEES, Page 5A
S ))LOCAL...3A


ANU COUIm.ltU'J)PIUAN
Twenty-five-year employee Carolyn Spears (left)
and Mayor Paul Donofro Jr. react to a humour-
ous comment during a presentation at the city
commission meeting Tuesday in Marianna, Fla.


)) OBITUARIES...5A


Maianna


Construction


begins on


State Road 71
From staff reports
Drivers traveling State Road 71 in Marianna
will encounter temporary delays beginning
Monday, Aug. 12,'accordihg to the Florida De-
partment of Transportation. That's when con-
struction crews begin resurfacing the corridor
between Malloy Plaza Road and the Calhoun
County line. FDOT says work is scheduled to
be completed next summer.
The $8.5 million project includes concrete
reconstruction work along S.R. 71, from the
TA Truck Stop located just south of Inter-
state 10 to the Pilot Truck Stop north of 1-10.
Lane closures arid detours will occur during
construction.
FDOT will host a public meeting this winner,
to provide information about the impact of
detours to travelers.
As always, the agencyy reminds drivers that
construction activities are weather depen-
dent and may be delayed or rescheduled in
the event of inclement weather. Motorists,
pedestrians and bicyclists are asked to travel
with care through work zones and watch for
construction equipment and workers entering
and exiting the roadway. '



Beer truck


crash spills


suds on


roadway
From staff report
A beer truck overturned on U.S. 98 in
Panama City earlyWednriesday morning, send-
ing suds, kegs, broken-bottles and dented,
spewing cans onto the roadway. The truck
contained about 130 cases of canned and
bottled beer and 35 kegs of the beverage, all
worth approximately $12,000, according to
a Florida Highway Patrol report that quoted
Goldring Gulf Distributing LLC in the esti-
mate. The spill stopped traffic for a time while
the roadway was cleaned up. The sturdy kegs
were not breached and were loaded back on
the truck; the cans and battles took the brunt
of the damage.
The International T400 was eastbound
around.8 a.m. when driver Jonathan Rust, 30,
lost control of it. Rust steered onto the south
shoulder in an attempt to regain control, steer-
ing left to re-enter the roadway. However, the
truck overturned and spilled its cargo, skid-
ding to a stop and facing north across both the
east and westbound lanes of the road.
Rust, of Panama City, received minor inju-
ries in the crash and was taken to Gulf Coast
Hospital for treatment.


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Marianna
Caryville


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JACKSON COUNTY

FLORIDAN
SPublisher Valeria Roberts
vroberts@j]cfloridan.cOm .
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski
doberski@jcfloridan.com '

CONTACTS
STelephone: 850-526-3614
S FAX: 850-482-4478 ..
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.comrn
Mailing Address:
P.O Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
StreetAddress:
4403'Constitution Lane
Marianna,FL 32446' .
S Office Hours:
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HOWTOGETYOUR
NEWS PUBUSHED
The Jackson County Flonridan 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.
Formsare available at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good quality and .
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right to edit all submissions.
GETTING IT RIGHT
The Jackson County Floridan's policy
is to correct mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call 526-3614
Monday-Friday.


TODAY
} Marianna (ity Farmer's Market-7 a.m.-noon
atMadison St Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh
fruits and vegetables grown by local farmers.
Chipola Civic Club Meeting-, noon 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
job seeking/retention skills: get lob search assis-
tance. Call 526-0139.- -
' )Jackson County Friends of the Library Board
Meeting -1 p.m. at the Jackson County Library,
" Mariana branch. Members or those interested in
joining are welcome. Call 526-3885.
9 Free Employability Workshop: Mock Inter-
viewing 2:30 p.m. at the One Stop Career Center.
in Marianna. Visit EmployFlorida.com to register. ..'
Tools to Quit Smoking Session -3-5 p.m.
at the Florida Department of Health in Jackson
County Conference Room Free nicotine patches.
, lozenges and/or gum for program participants. Call
482-6500.
)) Free Summer Concert: Cedar Mountain -7-9
-p.m. at Citizens Lodge in Marianni. Presented by
Jackson County Parks and Recreation and Main
Street Marianna., :
w Alcoholics Anonymous- Closed discussion,
8-9 p.ml, First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale-
donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limitedto persons with a desire to stop drinking '
papers will not be signed.

'. FRIDAY,AUG.9
DKnitters Nook -10 a.m. at the Jackson County
Public. Library, Marianna Branch. New and experi-
enced knitters are welcomed. Call 482-9631:
D 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.


SATURDAY
3 Marianna City Farmer'
at Madison St. Park in Mar
fruits arid vegetables grow
D Alford Community Hea
ing at 10 a.m. at 1770 Caro
is a free elinic for income-e
medical insurance. Clinic I
sistants care for those wit
well as chronic conditions
call 263-7106 or 209-5501
in before noon.
S' Alcoholics Anonymous
4:30-5:30 p.m. in the AA r
Methodist Church, 2901 C
Marianna.


onmimnity Calendar
SUNDAY,AUG. 11 co
))Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion 'i
6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna p.1
(in one-story building behind 4351 W. Lafayette St.). C1
Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking. :;
D Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in ,
the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital. i
5429 College Drive, Graceville. Ct

MONDAY, AUG. 12
3 Jackson County Adult Education Fall Reg-
istration Begins Aug. 12. Cost: $45 for Florida M;
residents. $180 for non-residents. Interested in ar
obtaining your GED or high school diploma? Call for)
an appointment: 482-9617, ext. 221. F. li
)) Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's ., .71
Buffet & Grill. Call 482-2005. (C
3 Free Employability Workshop: Overcoming D;
Barriers to Employment 2:30 p.m. at the O0e cc
Stop'Career Center in Marianna. Visit EmployFlori- cc
da.com to register. .
Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meeting to
5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, H
3975 US 90 West. Marianna. Business meetings are fa
fourth Mondays: other Mondays are for projects.. tri
lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. si1
Cottondale City Commission Meeting 6 p.m.. p
in the commission room, City Hall, 2659 Front St., R
Cottondale. This is the commission's regular meet- R,
ing. Call 352-4361. fo
Chiipola Beekeepers Meeting 6-8 p.m. at the .
Jackson County Extension Office in Marianna. Bring '
a dish for the potluck supper Call 573-7063. Jil
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting -8-9 .
p.m. in the AA room of first United Methodist ..Tr
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. -' jo : o
ta
S; TUESDAY, AUG.13 1 ''-.
SI
Marianna City Farmer's Market-7 a.m.-noon'at 'i
Madisin St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits'
'IS asfeh r efs
and vegetables grown by local farmers. re
Chamber Power Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 1p.m. at -.
Jackson County Ag Center complex, 2741 Penn- ar
sylvaniaAve., Marianna. Jackson County Chamber C.
of Commerce welcomes guest speakers from the'


Florida Chamber. Luncheon replaces this month's
Y, AUG. 10 First Friday breakfast. Call 482-8060. '. :
's Market -7 a.m.-noon Republican Club of West Florida Meeting '
rianna. Purchase fresh Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna. Guest
mn by local farmers. speaker: Businessman, inventor and author Ron
alth Clinic Hours Start- McNeil. Public welcome. Call 352-4984. -
olina St. in Alford. ACHC- )) Optimist Club of Jackson County Board
eligible patients without Meeting Noon at 4476 Broad St. Marianna. -
physicians, nurses and as- )) Orientation Noon-3 p.m. at Goodwill Career
h short-term illnesses as Training Center, 4742 Highway 90, Marianna. Learn
SAppointments available; about and register for free services. Call 526-0139.
Walk-ins welcome. Sign Sewing Circle -I1 p.m..at Jackson County Senior
Meeting Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call '
s pen Meeting 482-5028.
7OoM of First United
aledonia St. in DFree Efinloyability Workshop: Creating an
aedoniat.in Effective Resume 2:30 p.m. at the One Stop
Career Center in Marianna. Visit EmployFlorida.


m to register.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
i.-in the AA room of First United Methodist
iurch, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 14, '
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon-
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
church, 290.1 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

-: THJJRSDAY,AUG. 15
Marianna City Farmer's Market-) a.m.-noon at
adison'St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits,
id vegetables grown by local farmers..
Peanut Field Day 8 a.m. at tpe Marianna Nortlh
orida Research and Education Center onri Highway
, just south of Greenwood. After registration
;EUs available), field tours start at 8:30 a.m.
ay ends with a sponsored lunch. Topics: Disease
introl. new varieties, crop management and weed
introl. Call 394-9124.
Caregiver Support Group Meeting -11 a.m.
noon in the First Presbyterian Church Social .
all. 4437 Clinton St. in Marianna. Open to all ,
mily caregivers providing care to loved ones or
ends. Confidential group. facilitated by a profes-
onal group counselor. Coffee. water, light snacks :
provided.
Chipola Civic Club Meeting-noon at The Oaks
restaurant, Highway 90 in Marianna. The CCC's
cus is the local community, "Community, Children
Character". Call 526-3142, -
Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting noon at
mr'sBuffet& Grill. Call 482-2290.
Job Club noon-3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career
gaining Center, 4742 Highway 90. Marianna. Learn
b seeking/retention skills: get job search assis-
nce;,Call526-0139, ;
Free Employability Workshop:Top 10 Job
search Tips -2:30 p.m. at the One Stop Career
enter in Marianna. Visit EmployFlorida.com to
gister. ,
Jackson County School Board Workshop 4
m. irin th board room at 2903 Jefferson St., Mari-
nnma Regular monthly workshop. Public welcome.
all 482-1200. .
Grand Ridge SchoolParents' Night 5:30-
30 p.m. in the new gym at Grand Ridge School.
eet the administration and get information about
;hool expectations, countywide discipline and
press code (middle school), and more. Call 482-
335.
Jackson County NAACP Meeting- 5:30 p.m.
i the St. James A.M.E. Church basement, 2891
range St. in Marianna. Call 569-1294.
Smoking Cessation Class -5:30 p.m. in the
lassroom at Jackson Hospital in Marianna. This
ass is free and will last six weeks. Call 718-2545.
Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group
-5:30 p.m. at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board
com. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by ex-
rmokers for those who want to become ex-smokers.,
all 482-6500.


The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447,
email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.

Police Roundup


Marianna Police Department
The Marianna Police Department listed
the following incidents for Aug. 6, the latest
available report One missing adult, two
escorts, one physical disturbance, one bur-
glar alarm, three traffic stops, one larceny
complaint, one trespass complaint, three
follow-up investigations, one retail theft,
two assists of other agencies, one public
service call and 10 home security checks.


Jackson County Sheriffs Office
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and
county fire/rescue reported the following
incidents for Aug. 6, the latest available
report: One drunk driver, two drunk pedes-
trians, two stolen vehicles, one abandoned
vehicle, two suspicious vehicles, one suspi-
cious incident, one suspicious person, two
escorts, one report of mental illness, one
burglary, one physical disturbance, one
pedestrian complaint, 24 medical calls,


three burglaralarms, 28 traffic stops, three
larceny complaints, three criminal mischief
complaints, five civil disputes, one trespass
... complaint, two follow-up
p investigations, three juve-
-^- nile complaints, one noise
q disturbance, one animal
j complaint, one assist of a
motorist or pedestrian, two
retail thefts, one assist of another agency,
one public service call, one K-'9 deploy-
ment, three transports-one related to Baker
Act, one threat/harassment complaint, and
one 911 hang-up.


Jackson C ty
Conuectioal Facility
The following persons were booked into
the county jail during the latest reporting
periods:
SMarreUl Hunter, 29,3120 Carters Mill
Road, Marianna, battery-domestic vio-


lence, violation of state probation.
)) Warren DIckson, 49,3379Wood-
briar Lane, Tallahassee, violation of state.
probation.
3 Anthony Williams, 31,2842 Booker St,
Marianna, awaiting transport to DOC.
3 Thomas Stallings, 50,99 Ashton Court,
Jonesboro, Ga., driving while license sus-
pended or revoked.
D Dacaron Greew, 29,8408 NE 1st Ave., Mi-
ami, failure to appear (driving while license
suspended or revoked).
) David Ogesby, 49, 110 Snow St., Fort
Valley, Ga., driving while license suspended
or revoked.
SBilly Pope, 53,557 Main St., Dothan,
Ala., public intoxication.
SJames Banks, 59,2737 Penn Ave., Marl-
anna, public intoxication.

Jail Population: 205
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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Panhandle Seminole Club President Roy Baker, (left) poses for New emeritus Nadine Standland of Marianna, (left) and Patty
a photo with guest speaker Dr. Kurt Piehler. Segrest of Graceville.


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Elizabeth Saunders, (left) Donna McRae, (center) and
Henry McRae smile for the camera, during the Panhandle
Seminole Club's 12th Annual Florida State Emeritus Luncheon
in Marianna.


Panhandle Seminole Club hosts emeritus luncheon


Special to the Floridan Florida State Emeritus
Luncheon at the Gazebo
With more than 50 in at- Coffee Shoppe & Deli in
tendance, the Panhandle downtown Marianna.
Seminole Club recently Emeritus are graduates of
hosted its 12th Annual 50 years or more.


Guest speaker for the
event was Dr. Kurt Piechler,
director of The Florida
State University Institute
on World War II and the
Human Experience, which


collects and preserves
memories of soldiers and
others who served, worked
and volunteered during
the WWI era and the im-
mediate post-war period.


Several WWII were also butt sale fundraiser for
guests at the luncheon. scholarships. Orders will
During the event, club be delivered Thursday,
president Roy Baker -re- Aug. 29. For more infor-
minded the group of the marion about the sale, call
PSC's upcoming Boston 482-3466.


COVENANT HOSPICE RECEIVES DONATION

FROM CANOEING FOR CANCER


S hefia Hayes, (right) pres-
ents Development and
Communications Manag-
er Jennifer Griffin with a check
from the 5th Annual Canoeing
for Cancer. "Covenant Hospice
is humbled and honored to be
the recipient of this donation,"
Griffin said.


The ConcernedAmeri-
can Patriots of Jackson
County group hosts its
monthly meeting at
6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 19,
at the Jackson County
Ag Center on U.S. 90
West (next to the Na-
tional Guard Armory) in
Marianna. -
Guest speaker KCari
Smith will present,
"Enlighten, Educate,


Empower, -and Equip."
Smith is a veteran,
author, speaker (DC
March forJobs, CPAC)
and founder/leader
of Fredrick Douglass
Republicans movement.
He also participated in
the "Runaway Slave"
-documeintary,
The public-is welcome.
Admissidn-isfree.
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Richmond Milton Family Reunion planned
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Special to the Floridan ,

The Richmondl Milton Family
will celebrate its 44 th Annual
Family Reunion on Saturday, Aug.
17 andSunday, Aug. 18. Reunion
meetings are scheduled for Satur-
day, Aug. 10 and Friday, Aug. 16
at 6 p.m. at the Milton Family
Pavilion.,,;, : : ,. ;
Saturday, Aug. 17 reunion activities
will Include:


8-10 a.m.-- Breakfast at the
Milton Family Pavilion
)) 11 a.m.-12p.m.-Family
Reunion Choir Rehearsal at Pope
Chapel AME Church :
'4 p.m.-Until Dinner & Dance
(For dinner, familyand friends are
asked to bring a covered dish and/
or donate money toward the meat
- items.)
Sunday, Aug. 18 reunion activities
will include:


'9:30 a.m. Sunday school at
Pope ChapelAME Church.
))41a.. Church service at Pope
Chapel AME Church.
) 4p.m. -Family reunion meet-
ing at the NMilton Family Pavilion.
Reunion participants are asked to
wea4the'family colors red and
white- to all events. .. :,I .
For additionalinformation,
Contact Marina Freeman at
482-7001.


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Gas prices are going up Here are
the least e.,pensive places to buy
gas in Jackson County, as of
Wednesday afternoon
1. $3.42. Green's BP, 2846 Hwy
71, Marianna
2. $3.44 Dar-Bee's Quick Stop,
6189 Hwy 90. Cypress
3. $3.44. McCoy's Food Mart.
2823 Jefferson St. Marianna
4. $3.45, Loves Travel Center,
2510 Hwy 231. Cottondale
5. $3.49, BP- Steel City. 2184
Hwy 231S. Alford
6. $3.49. BP Station, 5184 Hwy
231S. Campbellton
7. $3.49. BP Station. 5410 River
Road.Sneads
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l-14A THURSDAY, AUGUST8. 2013


Cleveland house in kidnap, rape


case ofwomen is demolished
The Associated Press


CLEVELAND-With sev-
eral swipes from the arm of
an excavator and applause
from spectators, a house
where three women were
held captive and raped for
a decade was demolished
Wednesday, reduced to
rubble in less than an hour
and a half.
The demolition had the
look of a neighborhood
celebration, but some resi-
dents have been troubled
by guilt for failing to notice
tell-tale signs of the wom-
en's imprisonment, like
windows boarded up from
the inside and the kidnap--
per's practice of keeping
visitors from going past
the front room.
"It's haunted. them,
think, in: the sense of
how could they not have
known," said city Council-
man Brian Cummins, who
watched the demolition.
.The home was tordi down
:as part of the plea deal that
Spared Ariel Castro a pos-
sible death sentence and
Forced him to turn over.the
deed to the house and pay
for it to be razed. He was
sentenced last week to life
in prison plus 1,000 years.
One of the imprisoned
women, Michelle Knight,
showed up early Wednes-
day before the work began.
She made a brief statement
and released balloons into


The home of
Ariel Castro is
torn down in
Cleveland on
Wednesday.
The house was
demolished as.
part of a deal
that spared
Ariel Castro a
possible death
sentence.


Th'
the air. the front wall. Later, as the
"Dear Lord, give the house debris disappeared
missing people strength into the basement, church
and power to know that bells rang.-*
they are loved,". said Police kept bystanders
Knight, who. had rosary back to prevent souvenir
beads hanging from her hunting for the debris,
neck. "We hear. their cry. which was carted off 'in
They are. never forgotten in trucks.
my heart. They are cater- Rich Comp, 51, who used
pillars, waiting to turn into to live two doors from the
a butterfly. They are never Castro house, said he was
forgotten, they are loved." sorry about the ordeal of
:'Knight said the array of -the victims and'hopes the
balloons "represents all demolition .will help. lift
the millions of children spirits. ". '
that were never found and '"I feel sorry for the girls.
the ones that passed away They should tear it down,".
that were never heard." he said. "--
There was applause as" .Art McKoy, an and-crime
.a relative of one Victim crusader .who has orga-
represented the three and nized vigils for missing
took the controls of the persons, watched the de-
wrecking ..craine' for the molition and wondered
first smash into the top of why residents hadn't


questioned the house's
barricades.
"The neighbors; if they
had just paid a little more
attention, and looked a
little bit harder, they would
have seen more and maybe
we could have brought this
to an end," McKoy said.
Cummins, the city coun-
cilman, saidsomeresidents
have taken advantage of
mental .health counseling
arranged by the city.
"Many of them have lost
a lot of sleep, lost their ap-
petites in the first month
or so," Cummins said.
Prosecutors had intend-
.edto use $22,000 found in
the house, including cash
hidden in the .washing
machine, to payfor the de-
molition, but the work was
donated. ,


Feds, family reach deal on use :of DNA


BY MALCOLM RITTER
The Associated Press


- NEW YORK---Some 60
years ago, a dbctorin Balti-
more removed cancer cells
from a poor black patient
named Henrietta Lacks
without her knowledge
or consent. Those cells
eventually helped lead t a
multitude of medical treat-
ments andlaythe ground-
'work for the multibillion-
dollar biotech industry.,
It's a saga made famous
bythe2010best-seller"The
Immortal Life6of Henrietta
,Lacks."
Now, for the first time,
the Lacks family has been
given a say over at least
some research involving
her cells.
Lacks' family members
have never shared in anyof
the untold riches unlocked
by the material, called
SHeLacells, and they won't
make any money under
the agreement announced
Wednesday by the family
and the National Institutes
of Health.
But they will have some
control over scientists' ac-
cess to the cells' DNA code.
And they will receive ac-
knowledgement in the sci-
entific papers thatresult...
The agreement came af-
ter the family raised priva-
cy concerns about making
Henrietta- Lacks' genetic
makeup public. Since DNA
is inherited, information
from her DNA could be
used to make predictions
about the disease risk and
other traits of her modem-
day descendants.
Under the agreement,
two family 'members will
sit on a six-member com-


This 1940s photo made available by the family shows Henri-
etta Lcks.;


mittee that will regulate family members are. earnm-
access to the genetic code. ing income from a packed
"The main issue was the schedule of speaking en-
privacy concern and what' gagements and have also
information in the future received, donations from
might be -revealed," David, a foundation the writer
Lacks Jr., grandson of Hen- established.
rietta Lacks, said.at a news Henrietta iLacks;' who
conference. died. i. 1951at age 3l, was
Jeri Iacks.Whye, a grand- beingtreated foriaggressive
daughterwholivesinBalti- cervical cancer at Johns
more, said: "In the past, the HopkirAs-. Hospital when
Lacks family,-has been left the cells were removed.
in the dark" about research The lack of consent was
stemming from HeLa cells, typical of the time, long
Now, "we are excited to be before modem-day rules
part ofthe important HeLa were put in place.
science to come." The cells were the first
'Rebecca Skloot, author of human cells That could be
the acclaimed 2010 book, grown indefinitely in.a lab-
sat in on the, negotiations oratory. They became crum-
leading to the agreement, cial for key developments
and she said family mem- in such areas as vaccines,
bers never demanded and cancer treatments.
money. HeLa cells are the most
"This discussion Wasn't widely used human' cell
about money for them," line in existence today. B3ut
she said. Skloot noted that Lacks died of her disease


without knowing about..
them, and' family mem-
bers didn't learn of them
until 25 years later.
They weren't told in the
,1970s, when doctors did,
'research on Lacks' chil-.
dren. And- in the 1980s,_
family .medical records
were published without
f"nily consent, according
to6Skloot.
'The storytook a newturn
in March, when German
researchers published.the
DNA code, orgenome, of
a strain of HeLa cells. The
researchers ,hadn't sought
permission from the Lacks
family before publishing,'
and the 'family found out
about it from Skloot.
"It was shocking and lit-
tle disappointing, knowrig
that Henrietta's informa-
tion was out there," Whye
said. "It was like her medi-
cal records are just'there to
view with the click of the
button. They didn't d6me
to the family ... It was
like history was repeating
itself." '
After,: complaints, the
researchers removed the
genome data from public
databases. '
Meanwhile, a team from
the University of Washing-'
ton had derived a genome
from a different HeLa
strain with funding from
the NIH and submitted it
for publication." "'
'The new agreement will
restrict access to the ge-
nome data from both stud-
ies. Researchers who want
to use that data will have
to ask permission from the
six-member committee;
The deal also covers any
future HeLa genomes pro-
duced with NIH funding.


NOTION


The Associated Press

FORT HOOD, Texas -
On the first day Maj.
Nidal Hasan went on
trial in a fight for his life,
he claimed responsibil-
ity for the 2009 shooting
rampage at Fort Hood.
He posed no questions to
most witnesses and rarely
spoke. On on6 of the few
times he did talk, it was to
get on the record that the
alleged murder weapon
was his, even though no
one had asked.
The Army psychiatrist
sometimes took notes
while acting as his own
attorney, but he mostly
looked forward impas-
sively and rarely asked for
help.
By Wednesday, the law-
yers ordered to help him
said they'd had enough.
they couldn't watch
him fulfill a death wish.
"It becomesclearhisgoal
is to remove impediments
or obstacles to the death
Penalty and is working to-
ward a death penalty," his
lead' standby attorney, Lt.
Col. Kris Poppe, told the
judge. That strategy, he
argued, ."is repugnant to
defense counsel and.con-
trary to our' professional
obUgations."
Poppe said he and the
other standby lawyers
want to take over the"
case, or if Hasan is al-d
lowed to continue on his
own, they want their roles
minimized so that Hasan
couldn't ask them for
help :with a strategy they
oppose.
Hasan repeatedly ob-
jected, telling the judge:
"That's a twist of the
facts."' ...
-The exchange'prompt-
ed the judge, Col. Tara
Osborn, to halt the long-
delayed trial on only'its
second day. She must
"now decide what to do
next, knowing t0,at all
moves she 'makes will be
scrutinized by a military'
justice system that has
overturned most soldiers'
death -sentences in the
last three decades. :
'Hasan faces a 'possible
death sentence."if con-
victed of the 13 .counts
of premeditated murder
and 32 counts of attempt-
'ed.-premeditated for the'
attack on the Texas mili-
tary post.'
"I don't envy her. She's


on the horns of a dilemma
here," said Richard Rosen,
Sa law pro-
fessor at
Texas Tech
University
and former
military
prosecu-
Hasan tor who at-
tended the
first two days of trial. "I
think whatever she does
is. potentially,.dangerous,
at least from the view of
an appellate court."
Rosen and other experts
said that if Oborn allows
Poppe and' Hasan's other
standbydefenseattorneys
to take over, the judge
could be seen as having
unfairly denied Hasan's
right to defend himself,
a right guaranteed. by
the Bill of Rights. But if
she lets Hasan continue
defending himself, she
could be depriving him of
adequate help from expe-
rienced attorneys.
,_He also noted that it's
extremely rare for defen-
dants to represent them-
selves minmilitary court.
"They don't want this
case to be.reversd on ap-
peal," Rosen said. "The
worst thing that can hap-
pen would be to retry the
case all over again."
Giving Poppe a more
active 'role in the case
-or having him take over
the defense could enable
Hasan to argue he was,
denied his right to defend
himself, added Victor
.Hansen, another former
military prosecutor.
"At the end of the day,
the defendant has the ab-
solute right who's going
,to represent him, includ-
ing deciding to represent
himself," Hansen said
Wednesday.

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Obituaries
Leona
Sullivan
Leona Sullivan, 89, of Ma-
rianna, died Wednesday,
August 7, 2013, in Marian-
na. Leona was born on
April 28, 1924 to the late
Charles and Audra Pea-
cock. She loved crocheting
and was a mepiber of the
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-DaySaints.
She is preceded in death
by her husband, George W.
Sullivan; daughter, Diane
D'Agostino; granddaugh-
ter, Erica L. D'Agostino;
great .grandson, laden R.
Sullivan; sisters, Louise
Bozeman, Nettie Lee Pea-
cock; brother, Charles Earl
Peacock.
Survivors include sons,
Doug Sullivan of Marianna,
Donnie Sullivan of Marian-
na, and Michael Sullivan of
Orlando; son-in-law) Ro-
nald F. D'Agostino; broth-
ers, Ed Peacock of Quincy,
Eugene Peacock of Marian-
na; 14 grandchildren 'and
37 great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be
at 1.P.M. Saturday, August -
10; 2013 at The Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-Day.
Saints with Bishop Danny
Sims officiating. Burial will
follow in Sink Creek Cemer
tery with James & Sikes Fu-
neral Home Maddox Chap-
eldirecting. -
The family will receive
friends from 5 to 7 P.M. Fri-
day, August 9; 2013 at
James & Sikes Maddox'
Chapel
Flowers accepted or me-
morial contributions to
Emerald Coast Hospice,
P.O. Box 637 Marianna FL
32447 , '
James and Sikes Funer-
al Home of Marianna, FL,
(850) 482-2332, is in
charge of arrangements.
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Employees
From Page 1A
Also noted during the
commission meeting
were the August em-
piloyees of the .month:


Tara Peterson and Bill
Martin.
Peterson, who has
*worked with the Marianna
Health and Rehabilita-
tion Center since August
2004, was nominated
by MHRC Administra-


Tara Peterson, (left) is congratulated by Mayor Paul Donofro
Jr. for being named a city employee of the month Tuesday in
Marianna, Fla. .


tor Melinda Gay. Peter-
son -is an LPN with the
center's nursing
department.
Martin has been with
the city since October
2012. He was nominated
for the award by police


City emrploy-
~ees, (from left)
Jackie Bradley,
NN-RM Shelly Holand,
and Carolyn
Spears are
presented with
Certificates
commenmorat-











tin) dMasaana Noutsad
ing their years


of service by
TuesdayAug.
6, 20L3, in






de Marianna. Not
pictured, but
also recug-,
nized: Joe
Richey.

IGIECOOK/FL eORI ...
Chief Hayes Baggett, who
said fin his letter of rec-
omnmeridation, '"W"(ar-
tin) does an outstand-
ing job as Information
Technology technician
for all of the city's' many
departments."


Bill Martin, (left) is congratulated by Marianna Mayor.Paul
Donofro Jr. for being named a city employee of the month
Tuesday in Marianna, Fla.


No bomb found on Philly plane despite threat call


The Associate

PHILADELPH
bomb threat in
that prompted
of a trans-Atlan
and questioning
passengers has


ed Press up nothing suspicious,
officialssaid.
US Airways Flight 777
IIA-A from Shannon, Ireland,
vestigation landed in an isolated Part
a search of Philadelphia Interna-.
itic flight tional Airport onWednes-
g of its .,day afternoon and was
turned met on the tarmac by fire


trucks and federal and
l6cal authorities. -. i
A telephone threat '"
about a bomb was made
about the plane before
it landed, Philadelphia.
police Chief Inspector Joe
Sullivan said. .
The Plane's 171 pas-


sengers and eight crew
members exted and
were taken to buses. The
Boeihg 757 was searched
by a bomb-sniffing dog.
passengers were ques-
tioned and their luggage '
was screened, investiga-
tors said.


Publishers

object to US

remedyin

Apple case
The Associated Press

NEW YORK Publish-
ers who have settled an
electronic book pricing
dispute with the federal
government objected
Wednesday to penalties
the government wants
to impose on Apple Inc.,
saying it will hurt pub-
lishers rather than the
personal electronics
giant.
A judge ruled in an an-
titrust case last month
that Cupertino, Calif.-
based Apple had con- ,
spired with publishers
to drive up the price of
e-books in 2010, spoil-
ing the $9.99 price
Amazon.com had
established. The trial
revealed e-book prices
rose after Apple signed
so-called agency agree-
ments with publishers
that took effect in 2010.
In such agreements,
publishers set prices for
each title, rather than
retailers.
In papers submit-
ted to a federal court
judge Wednesday, five
publishers said the gov-
ernment's plans to ban
Apple from engaging
in ,agency agreements
for five years would not
.restrict Apple's pricing
behavior.. .
"Rather, under the
guise of punishing Apple,
they effectively punish
the settling defendants
by prohibiting agree-
ments with Apple using
an agency model," law-
yers for the publishers
said.'


Event
From 'jge IA ... i

. seem a bit daunting to little
ones during their on-duty
hours when, in some cas-
es, they may have to main-
tain a sterner, all-business
presence. The idea, he said
is to start building rap-
port and trust in the early
years so that the young-
sters grow up seeing those
individuals as people
who are there to "protect
and serve" as their well-
known job description
states.
Several supporting agen-
cies and organizations set
up booths at the event, giv-
ing away goodies, cooking
or otherwise assisting, in
the effort and introducing
themselves to youngsters
for much the same rea-
son that Baggett holds the
event.
.The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission brought in a
baby alligator, its mouth
taped shut, to give young-
sters and adults a rare op-


pormuniry to pet one of
Florida's most Famous saw-
toothed critters.
;,The Marianna Fire De-
partment deployed a
bounce house and inflat-
able slide for the kids to
play on, then broke the big
toys down at the end of the
evening.
The gNational .Guard
brought in a climbing wall
so young people could test
their physical endurance,
strength and skill.
The Jackson County Fire
Rescue team debuted its
new weather -and-fire
safety smoke house at the
event. (See more on that
,story in an upcoming edi-
tion of the Floridan.) The
department and MFD also
had fire trucks parked on
the grounds
Jackson County Sheriff
Lou Roberts had a pilot set
down a department heli-
copter on the grounds so
children could get a close
look at the whirlybird.
SAgencies weren't the
only- ones to break out the
big equipment. Florida
Public Utilities, parked its
super-tall bucket truck on


Madison Street, which was
blocked off for the event. I
Guardians of the Ribbon,
an organization which'sup-
ports women and children
who have cancer. had its
powder-pink fire 'truck on
display and gave out candy
cups. Team members also
sold a variety of merchan-
dise, like pink bracelets,
buttons and caps; with
proceeds from those sales
going ,to the assistance
fund.' '
Several agencies .and
businesses provided treats
for the crowd. A crew from
Jackson Correctional -In-
stitution cooked hot dogs
and employees from Wells
Fargo and First Federal
banks served.the food, The
Pilot Club and the Elks also
lent a hand throughout the
evening. .
Apalachee .Correctional
Institution popped and
bagged free popcorn,
and displayed wooden
toys and'other things that
inmates make in their
, occupational programs
there.
On the other side of the
coin, the Chipola College'


1 Law Enforcement and Fire'
Academy brought illegal
shank ,that were made in
secret by- inmates, items
that were discovered and
Collected through the years
at .institutions 'around
Jackson County. The dis-.
play gave potendal cor-
rectional officers a good
sampling at some of the
dangers they might be fac-
ing on a day-to-day basii
in their jobs, and Academy
,staffers were there to also
show how that training
program can help them
learn skills and tech-
niques to protect them-
selves and potential fellow
employees. ,
-The team also helped in
.other ways at the event,.
manning activities set up
for children on the lawn,
like horseshoes, ring toss,
and a fishing booth. -.
Jackson Hospital and the
Jackson County Health
Department were there in
force, with MedWheels on
the grounds, free hemo-
globin tests being given
-under the Madison Street
Pavilion, and information
about tobacco cessation,


child care, drug abuse
prevention, domestic vio-
lence assistance and more
being distributed through-
out the evening.
Most vendors had give-
aways, at ,their booths,
things like candy treats,
pamphlets, c rayons, pens,
pencils, coloring pages,
fans, gadget grips, brace-
lets, and supplies such as
mini-flashlights and more.
SAdults weren't the only
ones out supporting the
Night Out cause; young
people from the Civil (Air
Patrol and the Girl Scouts
were there to represent
their organizations. The
Civil Air Patrol cadets
presented colors in a cer-
emony that kicked off the
event.
And some characters
came out to lend their
support as well; personnel
from the Florida Forestry
Service were joined by
-Smokey Bear and McGruff
the Crime Dog, along with
Sparky the Fire Dog, and
Mr. Peanut.
'Music was provided
throughout the evening
by Dis Diamond D and


Kit Reagan, 'who volun-
teered their disk-spinning
services for the night. ,
Local:, CrimeStoppers
Chairman Jim Peacock
said that, Qverall, he was'
pleased with the way the
evening turned out." "I
missed, .:and I know every-
one else missed, having
the peanut man-there this
year. There was, I guess,
some kind of a mix-up, but
he will be there next year,
for sure," Peacock said.
"We were able-to close part
of Market Street this year
and being able to use that
made it a lot nicer. We were
able to stretch things out a
little.
At the event, the orga-
nization debuted its new
official name, Chipola
CrimeStoppers, a change
which reflects the fact
that it has expanded to
include Calhoun County.
It also has a new toll-free
number,; in addition to
its traditional 526-5000
tip line; that number
will be phased out over
the next several months.
The new number is
888-804-8494.


Baker
From Page 1A
Beach, and Elwood Ladon
"Woody" West, 39, of Mon-
roeville, Ala.
West was the Chief Fi-
nancial officer of Coastal
and was also a shareholder.
Dubose, according to the
release, was Coastal's sec-
ond-largest shareholder
and was the Chairman and
Chief Executive Officer of
the company. According to
* the press release, Bakerwas
an attorney for Coastal and
was its largest shareholder.
The fraud alleged in the
indictment centered on
the company's alleged
dealings related to FDIC's
Temporary Liquidity Guar-
antee Program (TLGP),
created at the peak of the
nation's financial crisis of
2008. The program was
meant to encourage banks
to start lending to each


other again, a strategy
FDIC hoped would help re-
stablize the economy. The
program allowed FDIC to
guarantee institution-to-
institution loans up to 125
percent of the borrowers
existing outstanding un-
secured debt, according t6
the release.
The indictment alleges
that Coastal had a $3 mil-
lion loan with RBC Bank
whichwas secured by 100
percent of the stock held
by Coastal Community
Bank and Bayside Savings
Bank. When the loan en-
tered default status, RBC
was able to exercise its op-
tion of "taking the pledged
stock'and potentially ren-
dering defendants' shares
in Coastal worthless," the
release stated. "Under
pressure from RBC to re-
pay this debt, the indict-
ment alleges that the de-
fendants falsely certified to
the FDIC that the RBC loan


was unsecured, knowing
that it was secured, so that
Coastal could get an FDIC
guaranteed loan under the
TLGP."
The indictment also al-
leges that, around the
same' time, Coastal also
obtained a $3.75 million
loan equalling 125 per-
cent of the RBC loan from
the central Florida-based
CenterState Bank, "which-
based on the defendants'
misrepresentations" was
also guaranteed by the
FDIC under the TLG Pro-
gram, .the release stated.
The indictment alleges
that Coastal used these
fraudulently-accessed
TLGP-guaranteed funds
to repay the RBC loan and
in June of 2010, defaulted
when it was time to pay
back the money that had
been provided by the TLG
Program to satisfy an insti-
tution-to-institution loan.
Coastal defaulted on the


CenterState Bank loan and
in August of that year Cen-
terState Bank filed a claim
with FDIC for payment of
the full amount due on the
TLGP-backed loan that it
had granted Coastal, plus
interest. The- FDIC paid
CenterState's claim a cou-
ple of weeks later, wiring
that company more than
,$3.8 million in principal
and interest.
In the wording of the in-
dictment, authorities al-
lege that the three men
named in the indictment
"aided and abetted" Cen-
terState Bank in making
a false claim against the
United States," but the in-
dictment does not make
any statement alleging
that CenterState knowingly
made a false claim.
The indictment also al-
leges that Dubose, "de-
siring to avoid losses to
himself and his family as
Coastal's financial condi-


tion deteriorated, fraudu-
lently sold and converted
Coastal stock owned by
him and his family mem-
bers to unwitting inves-
tors by misrepresenting
the nature of the stock, by
misrepresenting Coastal's
financial condition, and
by providing loans from
Coastal Community Bank
to finance the purchases of
Coastal stock."
The men face up to" 30
years in prison on each
count of conspiracy' and
wire fraud if convicted as
charged. They face up to
five years in prison "for
making false statements to
the FDIC and aiding and
abetting CenterState Bank
in making ,a false claim
against the United States,"
according to the release.
The release goes on to
say that the 'indictment
came out of an extensive
investigation by agents of
the Federal Reserve Board,


the Office of the Inspector
General, the Federal Bu-
reau of Investigations, the
FDIC and the Office of the
Special Inspector General
for the Troubled Asset Re-
lief Program. .
The case is being pros-
ecuted by Assistant J.S. At-
torney Gayle Littleton.
Baker has served as the
Jackson County Com-
mission attorney for sev-
eral years. Board Chair-
man Chuck Lockey, when
contacted for comment
Wednesday, said he had no
knowledge of the indict-
ment until that moment
and that he did not feel
comfortable speaking of it
with so little information.
He said he did not know
whether the matter would
arise -at the board's next
regularly-scheduled meet-
ing, set for next Tuesday
morning, and didn't antici-
pate calling. a special ses-
sion to address the issue.


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Inferno roars through E. Africa's largest airport


SThe Associated Press

NAIROBI, Kenya A
small fire at Kenya's main
airport swelled into a roar-
ing inferno Wednesday
that destroyed part of East
Africa's largest aviation hub
and hampered air travel
across the continent.
Firefighters were des-
perately short of equip-
ment in an area where
the county government
apparently lacks a. single
working fire engine.'Crews
needed hours to get the
flames under control and
at one point resorted to a
line of officers passing wa-
ter buckets.
The early morning
blaze gutted the arrival
Shall, forcing authorities
to close the entire airport:
and airlines to cancel doz-
ens of flights. The flames
also charred airport banks
and foreign exchange
bureaus.
No serious injuries were
reported.
The fire broke out on the
15th anniversary of.'the
bombings by al-Qaida of


S; .. ..T. HE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Onlookers watch as black smoke billows from Jomo Kenyatta
International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya, Wednesday. A massive
fire engulfed the arrivals hall at Kenya's main international air-
port forcing East Africa's largest airport to close.


the U.S: embassies in Nai-
robi and Dar es Salaam,
in neighboring .Tanzania.
No terror connection to
the fire was immediately
evident, but the blaze re-
vived long-standing safety
concerns about lomo,
Kenyatta Inhternational
Airport.
A statement from Kenya
President Uhuru Kenyatta
said the cause of the fire
was being investigated and


that "there is no reason to
speculate at this point."
Kenya's anti-terror po-
lice boss, Boniface Mwan-
ikid, said he was wMaiting
for more. information be-
fore completely ruling out
terrorism.
Authorities last week
shut-down several duty-
free shops at the airport,
and some Kenyan media
reports speculated that dis-
. gruntled parties from the


forced closings may have
had motive to carry out an
arson attack. No govern-
ment official made such
an accusation Wednesday.
International airlines,
including South African
Airways, Etihad and Emir-
ates, cancelled flights to
Nairobi. Qatar Air said its
Nairobi flights were being
rerouted to the Kiliman-
jaro airport in Tanzania.
The domestic and de-
parture terminals, which
are separated from the ar-
rivals hall by a road, were
undamaged.
By the. end of the day,
the airport re-opened for
Domestic and cargo flights
but remained closed to
international flights. Of-
ficials planned to convert
a domestic-flight area into
an international terminal
for the time being.
- No U.S. carriers fly direct
to Nairobi. Delta Air Lines,
based in Atlanta, tried to
Open such a route in 2009,
but the Transportation Se-
curity Administration re-
jected the plan because of
security concerns.


Nairobi County does not
have a single working fire
engine, the Daily Nation,
a Nairobi newspaper, re-
ported last month. One-
engine, the paper said, was
auctioned in 2009 because
the county had not paid a
$100 repair bill.
An Associated Press
reporter at the airport
Wednesdaysawuniformed
officers line up writh buck-
ets in hand, apparently to
battle the blaze.'
Many of the units that
battled Wednesday's fire
were from private.security
firms and had to fight air-
port traffic to get there.
Fire trucks and am-
bulances on the way to
the airport "were try-
ing to weave their way
through a solid two lanes
of cars," said Barry Fisher,
whose flight to Ethiopia


was canceled.
Nairobi is the capital
of East Africa's largest
economy, but public-sec-
tor services such as police
and fire departments are
hobbled by small budgets,
corrupt, mbney manag-
ers and outdated equip-
ment or a complete lack of
equipment.
A top government offi-
cial at the scene of the fire
said an initial assessment
shows that a complacent
response helped a small
fire grow into an uncon-
trollable conflagration.
Some airport fire engines
were not filled.with water
and others did not have
personnel to drive them,
said the official, who in-
sisted on anonymity be-
cause he was not autho-
rizedto release details of an
ongoing investigation.



SExhaust


Egypt: Diplomacy has failed to resolve crisis
y, omres crI[isi


The Associated Press

CAIRO-Egyptsmilitary-
backed interim leadership
proclaimed Wednesday
that a crackdown against
two protest sites is inevita-
ble, saying that nearly two
weeks of foreign diplomat-
ic efforts to peacefully. re-
solve its standoff with the
. Muslim Brotherhood have
failed.
The government's state-
ments strongly suggested
that Egypt's sharp polar-
ization. may spiral into
even more bloodshed as
thousands of supporters of
ousted President Moham-
med Morsi, a longtime


Brotherhood figure, camp
out at two main Cairo in-
tersections and hold daily
protests outside security
buildings.
At stake is stability in .the
Arab world's most popu-
lous country. Already more
than 250 people have been
killed in violence since the
military ousted MNorsi last
month, including at least
130 Brotherhood support-
ers in two major clashes
between security forces
and backers of the deposed
president.
"The decision agreed on
by all to clear the sit-ins
is final and irreversible,"
Prime Minister Hazem el-


Beblawi said on state tele-
vision, reading a statement
issued by the Egyptian
Cabinet.
In response, top Mus-
lim Brotherhood figure
Mohammed el-Beltagy
said the protesters are de-
termined to keep up the
sit-ins.
; "What we: care about 'is
for there to be, clear talks
about our position against
the military coup and the
importance of returning
legitimacy," el-Beltagy
told The Associated Pregs
at the main protest site
in the capital's Nasr City
neighborhood. He said the


Cabinet's statement makes
"clear that they lack vision
with regard to the political
scene."
A joint statement re-
leased late Wednesday by
U.S. Secretary of State John
Kerry and EU foreign pol-
icy chief Catherine Ashton
called for a peaceful reso-
lution to the conflict.
"We remain concerned
and troubled that govern-
ment and opposition lead-
ers have not yet found'a
way to break a dangerous
stalemate and agree to
implement tangible confi-
dence building measures,"
the statement said.


Togo arrests large-scale'ivory trafficker


S* 'The Associated Press .
LOME, Togo A high-
profile ivory, trafficker
whose work activists say
has fueled the slaughter
of more than 10,000 el-
ephants dating back to the
1970s has been arrested
in Togo, the country's en-
vironment minister said
Wednesday.
The trafficker, Emile
N'Bouke, was found to
be in possession of 700
kilograms (1,500 pounds)
of ivory at the, time of.
- his arrest Tuesday after-
noon at his shop inLome,
the capital, Dede Ekoue
said.
It was the first arrest of
its kind in the small West


African nation, which has
emerged in recent years
as a main transit point for
ivory bound for Asia and
other. markets, said Ofir
Drpri, founder of the Last
Great Ape Organization
that began investigating
N'Bouke late last year..
N'Bouke, 58, was known
locally as ",The Boss"' be-
cause of his seniority in
the country's ivory trade,
which was banned globally
in 1989.
Speaking 'to journalists
after his arrest, he said he
had been trading ivory
since 1983 and had man-
aged to obtain and renew
a "special permit" despite
the ban.


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suspect that a child has ADHD, they should be
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Children suffering from ADHD can -present
different symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity,
and/or impulsiveness.
Inattention: children cannot stay focused on
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don't seem to listen, have difficulty getting
themselves organized, often lose items, and do
not follow instructions.
Hyperactivity: children have difficulty, sitting
still and move constantly, talk a lot, run or climb
at inopportune moments, and are incapable of.
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Impulsiveness: children interrupt others, have
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SPORTS
BRIEFS

Marianna Volleyball
Tryouts
Marianna High School will
hold volleyball tryouts Mon-
day from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at
the high school gym. Check-
in will be at 2:30 p.m.. and
everyone must have a copy of
their current physical.

Marlanna Recreatlon
Soccer
I
MariannaRecreatiqn
Department will offer five
soccer leagues to give boys
and girls the opportunity to
play soccer. Registration f&p
youth ages 5-18 will be held .
through the Aug. 23 from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. at.The *Marianna
Educational and Recreational
Expo (MERE) located at 3625
Caverns Road in Marianna.
Thq registration fee for
soccer is $30 for partlci'pnts ,
who live.inide the .City iml'Its
of Mrianna'and'4S for ,par-.
ticipa fs vhoMive outside the'
City.limit.ofjOMa.rinna;.,The ..
fee must baid with a',hecVt
or rmoney orde6 No 'astiwilli
S be accepted. : ,.. , ',
All participants must bring.,"
copy of thblr birth certiffoate.,.
The age. of all partivlpahtiqn.n,:'
,ug.- ofthecWrrent.year iIll. -
be the player's age for the
entire'season..,. "
SThe"number of leagues'aand
c6rresp.ondirigages.could:'
vary depending o',the tot'ahl
numbe.r'6ftparticjiarA.that.''
register. Anypne that r iay '
be interested in coaching a
team or officiating youth soc-.
cer please contact with the
Marianna Recr.eation Depart-.
Sment at 482-6228 or come by
during registration

Kickln'4 Jesus
Soccer Camp
the "Kickin'4 Jesus Soccer
SCamp" willb hl.d Saturday
from 8:30'n.mt12:30 p.m.
at the MIERE Complex'in, '
Marianna.,
SIt.is open to students in the
first through fifth grades and
cost is $10. Sign up at East-
side Baptist or First Baptist
Marianna. Pre-register by Aug.
2 and get a free t-Shirt. Call.
573-0973 or 525-4200 for
more information.

Optimist Club Golf
Tournament
', The 3rd Annual NE Jackson
County Optimist Club Golf
Tournament willbe held Sept.
13 atf the 19-hole champion-
ship golf course at Indian
Springs Golf Club in Marianna.
Registration-begins at
11a.m. with a 12:30 p.m. ,
shotgun start: The cost for the
event is $55. which includes
S18 holes of golf, green fee, cart
fee, meal, and various prizes.
*To pre-register for the
event, call Liz Jackson at
850-557-8637 or James Miller.
at 850-969-1621, or faW y6ur
information to 850-526-1505.
I
Chlpola
ApprecIation Club
The Chipola Appreciation'
Club has kicked off its an-
nual'membership drive. The
standard $250 membership
provides Appreciation Club
seating and Hospitality Room
for four guests at all home
basketball games a .nd'armis-,,
sion to all Chipola basebaUll'- "'
and softball games. '
The Gold $1,000 Member-.,
ship provides reserved seag
or four guests and genri.:,.i
seating Jor two more g ,
portion of membership 4ij -
is tax-deductible. For informa-
tion, call 850-718-2451. ;..

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TOUGH ROAD AHEAD


Bulldogs ready

to battle against

stout schedule
BYDUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcflorian.com

The Marianna Bulldogs matched their
highest win total in four years in 2012 un-
der coach Tim Cokely, but the 2013 edition
of the Bulldogs will face far more obstacles
to equal that mark under new coach Mark
Beach.
Cokely, who has since moved on to coach
at Leon High School, led Marianna to an 8-
2 mark last season despite missing out on
the playoffs.
But six of those wins came against 1A
opposition, with the Bulldogs set to play
just two 1A teams in 2013: the Northview
Chiefs, who won the 1A state tide a season
ago, and the Trenton Tigers, who the Chiefs
beat in the title game.
On top of its District 1-4A opponents East
Gadsden, Florida High, and Walton, Marl-
anna will also take on three teams from 5A
in Bay, Wakulla, and Rutherford, as well as
7A Chiles.
It's a top heavy schedule that will require
the Bulldogs' undivided attention each
and every week, a message that Beach
said he has driven home to' his players all
offseason. .
"We just talk about howwe know we're go-
ing to be in some physical battles this year,"
the coach said. "The teams on our schedule
are tough, so we just have to battle. No one
is going to give us anything, so we have to
take it. It's about playing tough. That's what
we've got to do.We have to learn to be tough
and physical for four quarters, especially
with some of the teams we're playing."
Fortunately for the Bulldogs, they do re-
turn a nice nucleus from last year's team
that includes the leading rusher, passer,
and receiver from that group, as well as
several key contributors from a fast and
athletic defense.
But Beach said that he hopes the real
power behind this squad will be the offen-
sive line, which brings back a good deal of
size and experience despite losing standout
performer Ander Bodkin to graduation. .
Landon Turnmire, Devan. Baxley, and
Max Williams return after starting in 2012,
while 6-foot-3, 290-pound senior Richard
Davis and 300-pound sophomore Brandon
Boykin step into the fray to give the Bull-
dogs-uncommon size up front, which MHS
hopes paves the way for big seasons from
the team's play-makers.
"The offensive line is the ley to any team.
As they go, we will go," Beach said. "That's
what I tell my skill guys. They get their
names in the paper, but they have to thank
those guys up front. The line will take us
where we need to go. They accept the chal-
lehge, no doubt about it. It's an enthusias-
tic bunch that's going to lead us.'
"I think they're going to be special.
They're big, physical, smart, and they're
together. They had a phenomenal summer,
every one of them.".
Reaping the benefits of consistent of-
fensive line play could be two of the area's
most talented and explosive skillplayers in
junior running back Teon Long and senior
wide receiver Roderick Copeland.
Long rushed for 1,043 yards and 11 touch-
downs in 2012, while Copeland caught 28
passes for 509 yards and nine TDs and, ac-


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Jamel Johnson makes a catch during Marianna football practice Wednesday .
cording to Beach, is primed for a breakout last three seasons at MHS.
season. There might have been some early turbu-
"Roderick Copeland is going to have a lence with the latest transition, but Beach
great year and do great things on both sides said that a positive experience at this sum-
of the ball. I expect our offense to,kind of mer's FCA Camp in Marianfia has carried
run through him," he said. "He can get us over into the start of fall practice.
out of jams when we're in them. He's 6- "Everyone has come out with great atti-,
foot-2 and 190 pounds anid can jump out of tudes and that's what you want," the coach
the sky. He's a guy who is under the radar a said. "We're coming together. Everyone
little bit, but by the end of the year he'll be is highly motivated and trying to get bet-
where he needs, to be at that next level." ter. You can hear it in the way they talk to
Herman Williams was the team's leading each other. They want to be a great football
passer with 903 yards and 12 TDs, but he team. That's all you can ask for as a coach."
spent much of the summer with the bas-; Despite the difficult schedule, Beach
ketball team and is' currently working as a said he knows his players have the ability
starting safety on defense, with his role on to navigate it if ihey continue to be willing
offense not yet defined by Beach; who de- to'work hard and sacrifice for the greater
clined to offer much detail on the Bulldogs' good. '
quarterback situation. "I think theycan be as good as theywantto
"I'm not worried about quarterback right be as long as they continue to grow and not
now. We're more worried about playing de- worry about the individual but worry about
fense right now," the coach said. "I wish I the team," he said. "They can do whatever
had a better answer. It's very fragile at the they want to do. If the guys figure out how
moment. I think that stuff will come. We much they want it mentally and are willing
just want to have them think about being to gut it out and fight for their team, we're
great athletes wherever we need them." as good as any team in the area."
Another primary focus for Beach has Marianna will play a preseason game
been cultivating team chemistry and soli- against Wakulla on Aug. 23 on the road be-
darity among the players and the coaching fore opening the regular season Aug. 30 at
staff after the third coaching change in the Bay High.


Cheerleadlng



ICHS cheerleaders


excel at UCA camp

SPECIAL TO FLORIDAN


The Cottondale High School Varsity Cheerleaders are, front row, Jessikka
Gainy, Team Captain Sierria Franklin, Coach Jessica Gray. Team Captain
Paije Dominguez and Hannah White. The back row is Carly Wester, Taylor
Sheffield, Coach Ashley Childs, Natasia Moses, Jamyn Rogers, Desarae
Grissett and Bailey Johnson.


The Cottondale Varsity Cheer-
leaders traveled to Edgewater
Beach Resort in Panama City
Beach for a UCA cheerleading
camp the week of July 29- Aug
1.
They were taught many new
cheers, chants, sideline cheers,
dances, stunts and much more.
They worked very hard that
week, but UCA made sure they
were able to have free time to
play games and have fun on the
beach.
On the last day of camp the
girls received awards for all of
their hard work.
The squad received a first
place blue ribbon on their cheer


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routine, a second place red rib-
bon for their dance routine,
a third place trophy on their
game day routine, and overall
superior squad trophy for the
whole week in the small varsity
division.
These things will be displayed
in the trophy cabinet at the high
school.
We look forward to imple-
menting the new skills and ma-
terials they gained from camp
throughout the upcoming.
school year.
The girls worked hard this
summer holding fundraisers in
order to help with the cost of
camp and we greatly appreciate
everyone who supported us. L
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soap. '.
Grandma has a distinct body odor that
is getting progressively worse, andit's
hard to be, close to her. I think she'd want
to know this, but I don't want to hurt her
Feelings. Is there any way to politelytell
Usher, : '*.' *
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her. Grandma likely doesn't notice her
body odor. You need to let her know,
nicely, that she needs to be more thor- :
ough. You can offer to help her hower;
you can contact the Visiting Nurse Asso-
ciation (thevnacares.okg) or hire a nurse's
aide to come regularly; you can discuss
the possibility of remodeling her bath-
room to make it more accessible; youcan
lookinto a transfer bench thatlifts her
into the tub area; you can bring her to.
your place if it has a shower stall or even
to your local health club, Also, please
check to be sure her laundry is'gettinig
done. (Offer to:do it forher.) Finally,
your family might want to discuss with
Grandma the possibility of moving into
a senior facility that is set up to alleviate
such limitations.


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Desk-gooJ condition-oak finish engineered
wood $25. Lots of storage space 850-209-7679
Door. Exterior fiberglass door withrblinds
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Ford Ranger Seats: 2005 black with tan inserts
60/40 split, very good c6nd., $206 850-718-1002


Garage Door Openeri Craftsman 3/4 hp, all
mounting brackets, instructions and manuals,
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Piano'good condition, plays $500. Cash
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Rifles (2) Old Military British 303 (1916) & Rus-
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Free kitten to a good home. Orange/white in
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where he is please call
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road near Blue springs water & yard main. fur-
nished No Pets $550. mo + dep. 850-638-7822


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also 2/1 Brick Duplex $ 600. W/carport
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W 2004 Nissan Tdan LE
crew cab (full.four door)
B.JM cold AC Rockford Fosgate
premium sound system, 6
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locks & windows. Leather, 2nd row separate
audio, new battery, 121k mi.$10,900.618-2507
*2012 Smart Car Convertible-
11000 miles, like new, factory
warranty, A/C, A/T, heated seats
and much more. Asking only
$14,995.00b.Cal 334 701-5129
Audi 2011 A4, sun roof, leather, low miles. Call
Matt 334-587-2957.
Chevrolet 2012 Sonic LTZ Turbo: Victory red, 4
door, loaded with leather interior, sunroof, un-
der 10k miles, bought new in April 2013,40
MPG, mint condition $17,000. Call 334-347-1072
jg Dodge 2002 Grand Caravan
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^ ^j- ^-iJ seat, power windows,
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S-'l'. great front and rear,
AW/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
Ford 2011 Fuslon, low miles.Jeatherpriced to
sell Call Bon 205-572-1279..
i GMC 2001 Yukon XL Denali
SBurgundy w/beige leather
interior and heated seats.
^ Front and rear AC controls,
equipped with Bose 6 CD changer system.
Comes with tinted windows and rear defogger
also has third row seats and is fully loaded.
Has keyless entry and security system in place.
It has 284,306 miles mostly highway and it is a
good family vehicle. $4,500. 850-526-1819






Mercuy Grand Marqu2 c0a4 113K miles, runs
good, cold air, light brown in color. $5000.
850-638-1947 ....
Nissas 2012 Maxina, low miles, sunroof,
priced to sell. Call Tavaris 334-618-7989.
Voflcswagan 2006 Baeetl
ConvertUl. Car is it great.
condition. 77k miles.
$8,500. Call 334-792-1580


g2002 Harley Davidson Ultra
Classic Electra Glide.
Loaded. Custom purple/
black paint Chromed out
Garaged. 14,750 miles.
In excellent condition.
$14,500. Call 334-792-8701 or 714-4548.
Harley Davidson 2004 Sportster 1200 Roadster.
20k miles $6.000 OBO. Call 334-588-3677


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$13,500 Call 334-796-4125
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cooled, shaft drive, only
7200 original miles $5,000.
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blue, water cool engine &
fuel injected.o exc. cond.
4,000 miles, adult owned,
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Yamaha 1999 V-Star: 1100CC 33k miles, runs
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Call 334-596-5032

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Ford '03 Ford Pacer Bus: for sale to the highest
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790-7959.
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2013, by 4:00 p.m. If you have questions, con-
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QUESTIONS &-ATTITUDE
Compelling questions...
Sand maybe a few actual answers


SPEED FREAKS
A couple of questions we
just had to ask ourselves


DENNY'S DONE


New-age Gordon,
happy with second.

After a near-miss at
Pocono, will Jeff Gor-
don ever win again?
GODSPEAK: Not if
these Hendrick Motor-
sports Gordofh clones
keep beating him. First
it was Jimmie Johnson,
Sand now Kasey Kahne is
piling on.
KEN'S CALL: Gotta fig-
ure there'll be more, but
David Pearson's hold
on second place (105
all-time wins) is looking
quite safe for a while.
Sunday's race sponsor
is Cheez-lt. What are
your top three all-time
crackers?
GODSPEAK: 1. Nut; 2.
Shell: 3. Alabama
KEN'S CALL: 1. The
stately saltine: 2. Gra-
ham: 3. Barrel.

ONLINE EXTRAS
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Do yot have questlonsor
comments about NASCAR
This Week? Contact Godwin
Kelly at godwin kelly@news-
jrnl.com or Ken Willis at ken.
willls@new6-irnl.com

WHAT'S ON TAP?
SPRINT CUP: Cheez-lt 355
at The Glen
SITE: Watkins Glen, N.Y.
SCHEDULE: Friday, prac-
tice (Speed, noon and 4
p.m.). Saturday, qualifying
(ESPN2, 11:40 a.m.). Sun-
day. race (ESP'N, coverage
begins at noon; green flag at
1:19 p.m.)
TRACK: Watkins Glen In-
ternational (2.45-mile road
course)
RACE DISTANCE: 90 laps.
220.5 miles


SWe're calling it, Denny Hamlin's championship
quest is over. It passed on Lap 15 of Sunday's
GoBowling.com 400 at Pocono Raceway, Hamlin
blew a tire, and his No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
smacked the wall. Game over.
Hamlin finished last in the 43-car field and now
sits 25th in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points. The
hard facts show there are five regular-season races
remaining and Hamlin, who has no wins, is 118
points behind 20th-place Jeff Burton,
Unless Hamlin can locate a long-lost HoUdini in-
struction manual on escaping a locked points trap,
this steamer trunk will remain shut tight.
Remember, this was not of Ham- lin's
making. He fractured a back
bone March 24 after getting
into-an incident with Joey
Logano in California.
The injury required
Hamlin to sit out four
races.
I "Just a very frustrat-
ing season," Hamlin
said after .inspect- i
ing the carcass of
his stock car in the
Pocono garage.
A season that, for all
practical purposes,,
ended in the dl
Pocono Mountains
last Sunday. 1r


JOHNSON'S JOURNEY
Jimmie Johnson is so good this season, it is
almost laughable. Even when Johnson blows a tire
and comes home 13th, he gains championship
points, which is what happened at Pocono.
The five-time Cup Series champion blew the
tire while leading, fought his way back to 13th and
gained two points in the standings from last week.
Johnson led 116 of the combined 320 laps at
Indy and Pocono.during the last two weeks and
came up short both times.
His pit crew let him'down at Indy, and Goodyear
let him down at Pocono, yet he seems to be toying
with the competition.
"I don't know How, with all the trouble we had,
that we salvaged a 13th," Johnson said. "It was
just a team effort, I'm very proud of everyone
involved. Unfortunately, we had that flat after
leading the race, but stuff happens. It's
racing."'

B GLEN'S ERAS
S 'Watkins Glen International has an inter-
*esting history of Cup Series drivers enjoying
compressed success over its windy, 2.45-mile
road course.
Forsinstance, Mark Martin won the event three
straight years, 1993-95. Frorm 1997 through 2001,.
Jeff Gordon conquered The Glen four times-in five
starts,.: .
In, n'2002, Tony Stewart took thebaton from Gof-
don, He won five times from 2002 through 2009,
including one race where he was wretchedly sick
to his stomach (no, don't ask for details).
Now it looks like we are in the Marcos Ambrose
era. The "Thunder From Down Under" has two
career win's, both at The Glen the past two
seasons. He can tie Martin's and Gordon's
record of three straight on Sunday.
Other guys who were minor surprises
to wip at the Glen: Geoff Bodipe won in
1996 by employing a two-pit-stop-only
strategy; four years later, Steve Park,
S who came up through Modifieds,.
won his first Cup Series race at
The Glen.


St GODWIN'S WATKINS GLEN PICKS
GoQwihn Kelly ,s the Da'ytonra Winner: Marcos Ambrose Bigges
Beach News-journal s Rest of the top five: Kurt Jimmie
:'motorsports editor and as Busch, Juan Pablo Montoya, Don't I
years. Reach him at Lodwin Tony Stewart, Martin Truex Jr. throws
keiiynews-jmi.com Dark horse: Michael McDowell wins hi
L Y r~lFirst one out: Denny Hamlin


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STOCKMAN
Hamlin's back is
against the wall.
S doesn't he look
thrilled?





*t disappointment:
e Johnson
be surprised if: Ambrose
an elbow or two, as he
is third race at The Glen.


PSI'/KNInULU AIAT
He might look like a statesman,
but Kyle Petty burns bridges.

Is Petty bucking for an NBC deal?
If so, let's hope it works. Kyle'is on a
very, very, very short list of broad-
cast commentators wbo don't mind
saying what's on their mind, even if it
means stirring the pot. A few weeks
after rattling Danica Patrick's cage, he
got Denny Hamlin all stirred up this
past week. When NBC starts putting
together its future NASCAR-coverage
roster, Kyle would be a smart draft
choice.
Bowling, crackers ... what's next?
We're in a stretch of races spon-
sored by products we might not asso-
ciate with racin'. Last week at Pocono,
the Bowling Proprietors of Association
of America sponsored the Go Bowling
400 the first of a two-year contract
they hope will convince you to wear
community shoes and embrace the
fragrance of lane oil. This week at Wat-
kins Glen, it's America's favorite little
cheese-flavored cracker that brings us
the Cheez-lt 355.
Do these sponsorships work?
Hey, look how Johnsonville Foods
stock took off after 2001's Pork the
Other White Meat 400. So, to be safe,
if you're in upstate New York. you
might want to hoard some Cheez-lts.
For what it's worth, the Answer Man
prefers his in tomato soup or crushed
over a tuna casserole.

Ken Willis has been covering
NASCAR for The Daytona Beach
News-Journal for 27 years. Reach
him at ken.willis@news-jrnl.com



FWUDDOFTHE WEEK


JR.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. vs. Juan Pablo
Montoya: 'On thefirst lap, in the.first
turn, Montoya got into Stenhouse and
crashed the rookie out of the race;
Godwin Kelly gives his take: "These
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers
need to learn not to mess with Danica
Patrick's man."


CUP POINTS
L JimmieJohnson -
2. ClintBowyer -77
3. Card'Edwards -844
4. Kevin Harvick .I97
5. Dale Emhardijr. 4.it6
6. Kyle'Buwh'. ., "7126 NEW 20
7. MattKenseth. 134 U
8. Kasey Kahne. .--1 6 A n.,n l
9. Jeff Gordion -170 4 Door, A
10, Grg"Biffle. -173 Model #8215 Sl
U, TonyStewart -178
12. Brad Keselowski. -180
13. KurttBusch, -184
14, Martin Truex Jr. -188
15 Ryan Newman -197
16. Jamie McMurray -206
17. Joey Logano -211
18. Aric Almirola -218
.19. Paul Menard -240
20. Jeff Burton -265
21. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. -267
22. Marcos Ambrose -272
S23. Juan Pablo Montoya -296
24. Casey Mears- -332 -
25. Denny Hamln -.383
26. David Ragan -396
27. Danica Patrick -399
28. David Gilliland -404 .
29. Mark Martin -41U
30. Bobby Labonte -444
31 Dave Blaney -460.
32. David Reutimann -465
33. JJ. Yeley -476
,34. David Stremme -487
35. Travis Kvapil -501
36 AJ Allmendinger -528
37. Michael McDowell -663
38 Michael Waltnrp -670
39. Timmy Hill -673
S40 Scott Speed -681I
41. Terry Labonte -695
42. Ken Schrader -704
J 43. Eoris Said -746
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