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Suspect's Web
1BTigers aim higher in 2013 persona took dark turn
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FORIDAN
Vol. 90 No. 169
Former local coach/teacher arrested in stmg
Collins accused of theprobable cause way communication device. investigator who was pretending the ad on the same day. Imme-
document related Collins, listed as a resident of to be a 12-year-old girl; there are diately told that he was commti-
SOlcitin1g a 111 to the arrest. Col- 3210 Hughes Lane in Cotton- no allegations in the case that he nicatifig with a 12-year-old girl,
lins is charged dale, had worked as a coach had online cotitact-with an ac- he allegedly *continued com-
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER with two counts and paraprofessional at several tual child. municating and inquired as to
dbuckhalt er@jcfloridan.com -of online solicita- schools in Jackson County, but On Monday, an advertisement whether "the child" was both-
Former Jackson County, coach tion of a minor,. his school contract was not re- was placed on an e-commerce ered by his age. He asked-what
and teacher.Joseph Brian Collins Collins four- counts of the newed for the coming year. site by an undercover investiga- she looked like and asked for
has been arrested on multiple transmission of Authorities, charged Collins tor. It was meant to target online a photograph, authorities say.
charges related to child solicita- harmful materials to a minor, based on alleged communica- sexual predators of the young.
tion, according to information in and the unlawful use of a two- tions he had wdith an undercover Collins, 43, allegedly replied to See COLLINS, Page 11A
Baker, others
CHATTAHOOCHEE THUNDER pladnotgUilty
in fraud case
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@cfloridan.com
Local lawyer Frank Baker and
two other men associated with
Coastal Community Investments
pleaded not guilty Thursday to
seven counts of wire fraud, three
counts of making false state-
ments to the FDIC,
one count of aiding
and abetting a false
t claim against. the
r. United States, and
a count. of conspir-
acy to commit wire
Baker fraud against the
PHOOSBYMARKSKINNER/FLOPIDAN FDIC. The charges
T almadg Fitzsim- were announced in a pres release
this week-by the U.S. Department
of Justice A tentative trial date of
IT -boat) of Sneads Feb. 24, 2014, has been set in the
-,- begins to widen his lead case. A grand jury handed down
7 -- the indictments rouglya month
. during a drag-racing ago, with the document first un-
competition Saturday on sealed and made public this week.
the:ApalachicolaRiver i- At the arraignment, handled as
the ",aaool. Rive mi one matter in court Thursday af-
Chattahoochee. At left, ternoon, -all three. were released
Trevor Kirkland (left)and on their own recognizance with
'Jack Maphis do a little no cash bond required; however,
each signed a paper promising
construction work on to appear in court when the time
shore., comes, or to pay a $25,000 bond
penalty if they failto do so.
See 12A for more photos Coastalwas a bank holding com-
from the event. pany that owned Coastal Commu-
nity Bank in Panama City Beach
and Bayside Savings Bank in Gulf
County's Port St. Joe community.
Both of. those institutions failed
Master Geners hOon July 30, 20 10, according to the
release.
The two other men ,indicted in
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER that face home gardeners in- get to take home a potted plant strongly suggested. the: case are Terry Dubose, 65, of
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.cotherseasons.. that they will have sown in the Master gardener program Panama City Beach and Elwood
When the Jackson County The experts got:busy putting class. president Muriel Turier says Ladon "Woody" West, 39, of Mon-
master gardeners held a work- something together. The session is generally shoes lined up a four-subject roeville, Ala.
shop on spring gardening, the They've scheduled a "Fresh meant for home gardeners -course with a team of top- West was the chief financial of-
interest was overwhelming. It Food -From Small" Spaces. who have small operations, in notch instructors. The session ficer of Coastal and was also a
drew a big crowd, and many of Workshop for Aug. 24 from:30 the range of a 24-foot-by-24, will be arranged in stations, shareholder. Dubose, according
the people who attended want- a.m. to noon. The fee is $15, foot plot, or who focus on con- where participants can move to the release, was Coastal's sec-
ed to know whether .the group and pre-registration is required tainer gardening, but is open tO from subject to subiect. ond-largest shareholder and was
had any classes to help them by Aug. 20. Call 482-9620 to anyone. Space is limited, how- the chairman and chief executive
with the particular challenges fmnd out more. Participants will ever, and early registration is See WORKSHIOP,.Page 11A officer of the company. According
to the press release, Baker was an
attorney for Coastal and was its
ROOM TOGROW FOR MHRC gosth hae odict-
F rom left, Marianna Mayor Paul A. ment centered on the company'#
alleged dealings related to the
Donofro Jr.; Jackson Hospital of- FDIC's Temporary Liquidity Guar-
ficials Larry Meese, Sarah Clem- antee Program (TLGP), created
monsandHol Flyd; nd itycom is*at the peak of the nation's finan-
monsand oltFloy; an ciy conuscial crisis of 2008. The program
sioners Rico Williams, John Roberts, was meant to encourage banks to
Travis Ephriam and Allen1/Vard II pose .start lending to each other again,
-a strategy the FDIC hoped would
for a photo, Tuesday, at Marianna'City ,-help re-stabilize the economy.
Hall. Hospital executives attended that The program allowed the FDIC to
nigh's ommssin metin topre- garantee institution-to-institu-
nih' o msso etn tope-tion loans up to 125 percent of the,
ent the city with a deed for property borrowers existing outstanding
at the former site of the county health unsecured debt, according to the
department. The hospital and Jackson releae.initetalgsta
County Board of Commissioners have Coastal had a $3 million loan
conveyed their interest in that property with RBC Bank that was secured
by 100 percent of the stock held
to the cit, which will use the site to ex- by Coastal Community Bank and
pand an d improve its Marianna Health Bayside Savings Bank. When the
and Rehabilitation Center. cooA
See FRAUD, Page llA
CLASSIFIEDS...8B )> ENTERTAINMENT...5B >) JC LIFE...3A >) OBITUARIES...11A >) OPINION..,4A >) SPORTS...1B >) LOCAL...5A
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Low 74' Low 730 24 hours 0.00" Year to date 41.60"
Month to date 0.55" Normal YTD 38.98"
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Scattered Storms. Hot & Showers & Storms.
Humid. Panama City Low 8:58 AM High 1:58 AM
Apalachicola Low 1:42 PM High 7:08 AlM 0-2 Low, 3-5 Moderate, 6-7 High, 8-10 Very High, 11+ Extreme
Port St. Joe Low 9:03 AM High 2:31 AM
High 900 High 890 Destin Low 10:14 AM High 3:04 AM
o Pensacola Low 10:48 AM High 3:37 AM
Low 730 Low -73'
THE SUN AND MOON,
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Wednesday 'Thursday Woodruff 45.01 ft. 66.0 ft Suse .
aBlountstown 8.89 ft. 15.0 ft7:27 PM
Showers & Storms.. Showers & Storms 1arianna 9.37 ft. 19.0 ft. Moonrise 10:28 AM Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.
Caryville 8.10 ft. 12.0 ft, Moonset 10:07 PM 6 14 21 28
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JACKSON COUNTY, .
SUNNDAY, AUG.o11 ig Non at 4476 BroadSt. Marianna. Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus
Publisher Valeria Roberts. Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion L nL Orientation" Noon to 3p.n at Goodwill Career is the local community, "Community, Children &
yrberts@jcfloridan.com 6:30 p.m. at 4349. W. Lafayette St in Marianna Training Center,4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn about Charticter". Call 526-3142.
4(in one-story building behind4351 W. Lafayette St.). and register for free services. Call 526-0139. p Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at
Circulation Manager--Dena Oberski. Attendance limited to persons with a desire to,,stop a Sewng Circle 1p.m.,atJacksoh.Coun Senior m irn's Buffet& Grill. Call 482,2290.
doberski@jcfloridan.cort drinking. Citizens, 2931Optirrist Drive in Marianna. Call 482: ))' Job Club -Noon to 3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career'
. Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting -8 p.m.in 5028. Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn job
CONTACT US the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, a Free EmployabilityWorkshop(Creating an seeking/retention skills; get job search assistance.
Telephone: 850-526-361 5429 College Drive, Graceville. Effective Resume- 2:30 p.m.at the One Stop Call 526-0139.
FAX.: 504.- Career Center in Marianna Visit EmployFlofidacom ') Free employability Workshop, Top 10 Job
Emil: editoraljcfloridan.com MONDAY, AUG.12 to register. Search Tips -.2:30 p.m. at the One Stop Career
E Mailing Addres m Jackson County Adult Edtcation Fall.Reg-. a Veterans Dinner/American Legion Meeting Center in Matianna. Visit EmployFlorida.com to
istration- Begins Aug. 12. Cost: $45 forFlorida 6 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, Post 100, next register.
P.O. Box 520; Marianna, FL32447 residents, $180 for non-residents. Interested in tothe Ag Center and National Guard Armory on US. .)-Jackson County School BoardWorkshop 4
Street Address: obtaining yourGED or high school diploa.n? Call for. 90 West, Marianna. For the 6 p.m: dinne;, bring a p~m. in the board roorri at 2903 Jefferson St., Mari-
4403 Constitution Lane an appointment: 482-9617, ext. 221. side dish or dessert (meat furnished by the Legior) anna Regularmonthly workshop. Puic cwelcore.
MariannaFL32446 M C M N ati Busnessmetng at7 mScheduled speaker Ca11482,1200.
))Marianna Lions Club Meeting Non at Jim s .us .dtn at 7
Office Hours: Buffet& Gill. Call 482-200.5. Mananna City Mahaggr Jim Dean will discuss the n Grand Ridg School Parents' Night 5:30-
u .............- ... --::':grant application process and renovation plans for -3
Weekdays, 8a.m .to 5 p.m .Free I W orks2op: ao n-Ic ontp e san it.370 6:30 p rh ir the hew gym at Grand Ridge School.
Week las. a~m to p~. ) Fre Emloybilty orksop:Ovecomng the historic downtown bank building. Call 482-74 Meet the administration and get information about
Barrieirsto Employment 2:30 p.m. at the Onie
MISS YOUR PAPER? Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 school expectations countywide discipline ad
Stop Career Center in Marianna. Visit EmployFpori .m. in the AA room of First United Methodist dress code (middle school), and more. Call 482-
You should receive your newspaper no later da.com to register. Church, 2901aledonia St.in Marianna. 9835
than 6 a.m. Ifit does not arrive, callICircula- ) 34ckdn Couity Quilter's Guild Meeting
tion between 6 a.m. and noon;Tuesday to 7t30p.m'at Ascension' Lutheran hrh WEDNESDAY, AUG.14 h e s E. CoCh s n g m.
Friday, and.7 a.m to 11 a . on Sunday, The 3 9 5 U 0 W s ,M ra n u iness-m eetings are ... .
fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, l as r First Federal Ribbon Cuting -9 a.m. at the St. in Mariarna. Call 569-1294.
sons, help. All quilters welcome. Cal1209-7638. new First Federal Bank of Florida Marianna West a Smoking Cessation Class- 5:30 p m:in the
is published Tubsdlay through Friday and bac 25LfyteS
is ubida Tuisdy troigh Fdaye ad a) CPR Course 5:30 p,m. at Washington Holmes branch,415 Lafayette St. Special offers, refresh- Classroom at Jackson Hospital in Marianna. This
Technical Center in Chipley. Course designed forfirst merits and doorprizes. Public welcome, class isreeand will last sixweeks. Call718-2545
at Marianna, FL. responders and caregivers. Meets needs of individ- n)Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- Noon ) Quit Smoking Now Class/Sflpport Group
.... als requiring CPR recertification. Students complet-, tol p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist 5;30 p.m. at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ing the course will be certified in First Aid/CPR/AED., Church; 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Room. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by ex-
Home delivery, $11.23 per month; $32.83 .Cost: $40 (including card). Call 850-638-1180. Jackson County Habitat for Humanity ori- smokers for those who Want-to becomd ex-smokers.
for three months; $62.05 for six months; a Cottondale City Commission Meeting 6 p.m. entation 2 p.m. at the'Habitat office conference Call 482-6500.
and $123.45 for one year.All prices include in the commission room, City Hall, 2659 Front St." room, 4736 U.S. 90.in Marianna. Families interested a Chipola Home Educators Open House 6-8
applicable state and local taxes. Mail Cottondale. This is thecommission's regular meet- in partnering with JCHHto build a home must attend p.m. at the First Baptist Church Family Life Center
Sil ing. Call352-4361. -an orientation to receive an application. in Marianna. Currently enrolled families will discuss
subscriptions ate: $46.12 for three months; .)) Chipoia Beekeepers Meeting -6-8 p,m. at the- aciiisfr.h ie erFamilies interested in
e homeschooling for the first time are invited to ask
r 46 dnadace acakso Cu tEensioM Qfii aan Brig THURSDAYAUG.15hg fri v ts
$92.24 for six months;and $184.47 for one acdsh fo teo s fe a questions/gather information. E-mail chipolaho-
a dish for the potluck supper Ce11573-7063. arMaianna City Farmers Market -7 a.m to noon, meed@gmail com or call 5577049.
y AlcoholicsAnonymous Open Meeting 8-9 at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh'
ADVERTISING p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist fruits and vegetables grown by local farmers. Bord Anal eet'lug iv aelom Jaesn
TheChurch, 2901aledonia St., Marianna. tt Peanut Field Day- 8 a.m.at the Marianna North County Ag Conference Center, Marianna. Call 633-
ea riser agrees t he pubher FloridarResearch and Education Center on U.S. 71, 2731
shall not beliable for damagesarising TUESDAY, AIG 3 just sot1of Greenwood. After registration (CEUs
out of errors and advertisements beyond a) Marianna City Farmersaarket -7 a.rnto noon available), field tours start at 8:30 a.m. Day ends.. Ihufe Brohr Bn 79 p~m aMdion Park
the amount paid for the space actually at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh with a sponsored lunch.Topics: Disease control, new inMraaPestdbyJconCuyPrk
occupied by that portion of the advertise- fruits and vegetables grown by local farmers, varieties, crop management and weed control. Cal iari na reand an Marinty a. k
ments in which the error occurred, whether ).M arianna Blood Center Blood Drive 9 -11a.m 39 91 4 Al o li s n ny us -C se d sc son 8 9
such error is due to the negligence of the at the Florida Department of Revenue in Marianna. a International Chat'n' Sip 8:30-10 a.mi at the pm Flois nitdModiost- Curch, 2901Caleonia-
publisher's employees or otherwise, and Call 526-4403. Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in S.m, Maianna ne thAAromAtendnce,0 Cltedoi
Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter- S. aina nteAro.Atn'nelmtdt
there shall be not liability for rion-inser- a) St. AnneThrift Store Hours 9 a m tol1 p.m. national English learners invite the public for the persons with a desire to stop drinking; papers will
tion of any advertisement beyond the Tuesdays ahd Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave.,. exchange of language, culture and ideasin a relaxed not be signed.
amount paid for such advertisement.This Marianna. Summer clothing arnd household goods in environment. Light refreshments served. No charge.
newspaper will not knowingly accept or stock. Call 482-3734. Call 482-9124. FRIDAY, AUG. 16
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- a) Chamber Power Lunch 11:30 a.m. tolI p.m. at a) St. Anne Thrift Store Hours 9 a~m.tolI p.m. )) Hooks and Needles (PKA Knitters Nook) 10
ing which expresses preference based on Jackson County Ag Center complex, 2741 Penn- Tuesdays and Thursdaysat 4285 Second Ave., a.m. at the Jackson County Public Library, Marianna
legally protected personal characteristics is sylvania Ave., Marianna. Jackson County Chamber Marianna. Summer clothing and household goods in Branch. New and experienced hand crafters wel-
ntacpal.of Commerce welcomes guest speakers from the; stock. Call 482-3734.. come to create, share, learn'or teach. Call 482-9631.
no aceptale.Florida Chamber. Luncheon replaces this month's
HOWTO GT YOURFirst Friday breakfast. Call 482-8060. a Caregiver Support Group Meeting -11a~m. to a) Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees Building
HO 10GE YURnoon in the First Presbyterian Church Social Hall, and Grounds Committee Meeting.- Noon in the.
NES ULIHE Republican Club of West Florida Meeting 4437 Clinton St. in Marianna.0Open to all family care- Hudnall Building, Marianna.
NEWS PBUSHED- Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna. Guest givers providing care to loved ones or friends. Con- n) Grand Ridge School Open House 1-3 p.m. at
The Jacksoni County Floridan will publish speaker: Businessman, inventor and author Ron fidential group, facilitted by a professional group Grand Ridge School, 6925 Florida St. Meet in the
news of general interest free of charge. McNeil. Public welcome. Call 352-4984. counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks provided, new gym to meet faculty and staff, and then visit
Submit your riews or Comnaiunity Calendar n )Optimist Club of Jackson County Board Meet-, a Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks classrooms. Call 482-9835.
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Feesmayappl fo'weding enggemntThe submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submittre: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520. Marianna.'FL 32447
Feesmay ppl forwedingenggemet, email editorial@jcfloridan~corn, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
anniversary and birth announcements.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good quality and Police Roun. du~p
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the MAI N U JACKSON COUN! y robbery alarm, 17 traffic stops, ing the latest reporting periods:
right to edit submissions. DEPARTMENT SHERIFFS OFFICE two lrceny complaints, one >) Connie Smith, 59, 2010
GETTING IT RIGHTf criminal mischief complaint, Reedy Creek Road, Alford, driv-
. The Marianna Police De- a The Jack- two trespass complaints, ohe ing under the influence.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy partment listed the following oson County found or abandoned property n) Marque White, 32, 3111 Witl-
reportt ,orca e aese pt'caI5263 14 incidents for Aug. 8, the latest ) Sheriff's Office report, one follow-up investiga- low St. (Apt. 515), fugitive from
ModyFia.available report: One [ VE and county tion, one juvenile complaint, justice.
Monday-riday.hit-and-run vehicle, one f : ire/rescue 'three animal complaints, one n Larry Carter, 61, 5048 Piano
CorreCtiont suspicious incident, one reported the sex offense, three assists of Road, Graceville, grad theft,
suspicious person, one report following incidents for Aug. motorists or pedestrians, two criminal mischief over $1,000.
Information provided to the of mental illness, one verbal 8, the latest available report' retail thefts, two assists of other rn Gyola Sprouse, 69, 5048
Floridan by First Federal Bank disturbance, 10 traffic stops, Two accidents, one stolen tag, agencies, one public service Piano Road, Graceville, grand
of Florida incorrectly identified one criminal mischief three abandoned vehicles, two call, one criminal registratiori, theft, criminal mischief over
that company's new branch izf a complaint, one civil dispute, reckless drivers, six suspi- two transports and~wo threat/ $1,000.
headline that ran in the Friday, three follow-up investigations, cious vehicles, two suspicious harassment complaints.
Aug. 9 edition ("First Federal one animal complaint, two people, one highway obstruc- .Jail Population: 202
Mortgage Center ribbon cutting assists of motorists or pedestri- tion, two physical disturbances, JACKSON COUNTY To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers"
set for next week," page 6A). The ans, two assists of other agen- one verbal disturbance, two CORRECT IONAL ,FACILIT at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
new facility is known as the First cies, two welfare checks fire reports, 17 medical calls, agency.
Federal Bank of Florida Marian- and'eight home security one traffic crash, three burglar "The following people were .To report a wildlife violation,
Jna West location, checks, alarms, one panic alarm, one booked into the county jail dur- call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).




Engagement Blountstown plans
Grant, Carter Laporte, Corbett .
ice cream social
Special to the Floridan hamburger, hot dogs,
chips, drinks and more.
Panhandle Pioneer The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement hosts an "Ole Settlement is a living'mu-
Fashion Ice Cream Social" seum documenting rural
at 6 p.m. on Friday, Aug. life in NW Florida since
23. the early 1800s. It is in Sam
There will be games for Atkins Park, about a mile
kids of all ages. Hoile- ivest of the intersection of
made ice cream with top- Highway 71 and Highway
pings and refreshments 20. Follow Highway 20
will be available with West out of Blountstown.
4,q more ice cream and fla- Look for signs for Sam At-
vors than last year. kins Park. Turn North at
Shane Corbett, son of their wedding vows to eact Come and enjoy the Lindy's Fried Chicken (Si-
Earney Corbett and Jill other at, the Historic Rus, sights and sounds of the las Green St.). Follow the
Arrazattee and Brandi House in Marianna. A recep. evening, with music by signs.
Laporte, daughter of Billy tion for the newlyweds will al- Easy Gompany in the cool For further directions
Laporte and Chasity Jackson so be at the Russ House imme. environment of the Frink and information on the
announce their wedding date diately following their wed. Gym. historic buildings at the
of August .24, 2013, at 2:00 ding ceremony. Admission is free. Con- Settlement go to www.
G ..it CST. They will be exchanging cession is open with panhandlepioneer.org.
Gwendolyn Grant and Wil- wiln take place Saturday, Aug.
liam Grant Sr. are pleased to 17, 2013, at 4:30 p.m. at Pop-
announce the engagement of lar Springs Missionary Baptist Local Brie&
their daughter, Kimbeley Church. The reception will Golson offers a schedule inthe gym. Grand Ridge School 6925 Florida St.
Felisa Grant, of Marianna, to follow at the Marianna Also, a notary public an house Aug. 16er in the new gym
Gregory O'Brien Carter, of Woman's Club. will be availablein the to meet faculty and staff,
Dallas, Texas. The ceremony Golson-Elementary cafeteria to notarize Open house is 1-3 p.m. and then visit class-
School's Extended Day forms for the new school Friday, Aiig. 16, at Grand rooms. Call 482-9835.
Program is open to stu- year. Ridge School, located at Specialto the Floridan
o 'e Wi dents attendingPre-K
through eighth grade.
2 at the Early Childhood
Center, Golson, Riv- H ead
erside Elementary or
Marianna Middle.
The program oper-
ates from the end of
the school day until
5:30 p.m. Students may
ride a school bus to
Golson to attend.
Services begin Aug.
19 the first day of
school- and the cost
is $35 per week:
Homework-time and a
snack will be provided
Ken and Shelly Hood of FL. Wedding will take place each afternoon.
Sneads, FL would like to an- on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013 at For information, Jesiree Baggett Owner
nounce the engagement of 2pm at Welcome Assembly of call 4829607, exi. 224..
their daughter, Amanda Hood, God in Dellwood; FL. No lo- Successis -liking yourself, liking what
to Chris Blevins of Sneads, cal invitations will be sent out, Orientation at MMS you do and liking how you do it."
: is Au1oatMM,, I loe my job & I couldn't. ask for a better
Ps .1 group of women to work with & our
. Mariania Middle' A Wild Hair clients are so awesome!!
School, located at 4144
South St., will host 2884 Jefferson St
orientation on Friday, Downtown, Marianna
Aug. 16, from 1-3 p.m. 850-482-6855
Parents/ guardians
V are invited to attend
with theirstudents -ie Dean Caughran
to meet and greet an,
teachers. I enjoy helping people feel good about
Upon arrival, pickup themselves & am happy to have the clients
that I have. I want to continue giving them
everything I have & would love to show you
whatlI can do to make you look amazing.
MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Doice is a female silky terrier who was found running around' 2884 Jefferson St
Sneads. She is one to. 2-years old. If you are interested Downtown, Marianna
in adopting her, the Partners for 'Pets shelter is at 4011 850-482-6855
Maintenance Drive in Marianna. Its hours are 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. JCLoRAN.CoM
The shelter's phone number is 482-4570; the website is
www. .partnersforpets.petfinder.com. Alison Jackson
These past 7 years I've been doing hair have
one by so fast thanks to all of my amazing
clients. I appreciate each & every one of you!
Let me know if I can help you with an~y
hair, nail, facial or waxing needs!
I 2884 Jefferson St
Downtown, Marianna
850-482-68155
'" IN STORE:" 1 ... '
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Repar, CstomDesin, N kkiGilbert
. Pearl Re-stringing,
Restoration I have been in the hair industry for 9 years.
Free Jeweiry clearning I thoroughly enjoy making my clients
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Est 1971 achieve .that too. Please come visit me at
SUBMTTED HOTO2884-Jefferson St
This 3-year-old quarter horse buckskin mare has been started moars Donon Mran
under saddle and is-readyfor a new home. Shehas a wonderful 850.482.4037 DwtwMran
disposition and is healthy and gentle.Anyone interested in 850-482-6855
adopting her should call Hidden Springs Horse Rescue at watsonjewelers corn
(850) 526-2231 to schedule
a visit.,The website is www. JessicR Rati s
FloridaHorseRescue.com.
!i< '"Achievement takes time."
Take some time for yourself &
'Cute ids'?come see me & let me help you
. achieve the most beautiful you!
M M 2884 Jefferson St.
editoial~cflordan.Downtown, Marianna
corn malthmtO-850-482-6855.
:: ii: ; : Sabre Mayo Vassallo
; thai'"I am originally from Bonifay & Chipley. but-now
ofie a403that I hae been in Marianna, at A Wild Hai,
Csi tutl~lion Lane: I have found my home! I love making over my
:ini Marianna,8.', wonderful-clients that I have had for the first 2
*1ik2yea rornder, withJack-I years & I can't wait for the years to come !!!
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This is not our cOMINOR1 6T UP, S
city of Marianna
T he unfolding controversy at the notorious and
long-defunct Dozier School for Boys has drawn "
dark clouds over our northwest Florida com- N
munity for several years. That's more than unfortunate \,i
- it's unfair.
While we, too, are horrified by the accusations of
abuse thathave emerged from former residents, and
the apparent legacy of harsh conditions and brutal
treatment, it's important to note that atno time since S,
the facility was created in 1900 has the city of Marianna
had any hand in its operation. The Dozier School for
Boys occupied 1,400 acres in our community, but was a
state-operated facility.
As efforts continue to find the truth behind the stories
of the facility's-brutal past and- literally -'unearth its
skeletons, it's important to remember that the respon-
sibility for whatever terrible history that may emerge
not the city of Marianna and the good people who call- Dispelling theth of a Ch stian nation
ithaome. .-" ..
This is not our Marianna. Our beloved home is a small ulturewarriors, pseudo-his- step of foundingthe first nation in
community of towering oaks and sweeping Span- torians and opportunistic 'history with no established religion.
ish moss, asociety of hard-working, forward-minded politicians havespent the Truth be told, they had little
residents who Seek to improve the place they callhome last several decades peddling the choice.
and create a more bountiful way of life. myth that America was founded as Religious divisions among the
The investigations at Dozier obviously hamper our a "Christian nation." many Protestant sects in 18th-cen-
community's efforts to recruit industry, create jobs and The propaganda appears to be turyAmerica were deep and abid-
draw tourists io our area ofthe state. However its;an wordng.. CharlesH ihg. Anglicans, Quakers, Baptists,
effort that must be pursued to its concliasion to put to A majority of the American people -ry OS Congregationalists and many others
rest the lingering questions of the facility's history. (51 percent)believes that the U.S. fought bitterly over what it meant to
' As they proceed in these efforts, we encourage state Constitution establishes a Christian fice sparked widespread outrage- be "Christian" although almost
officials and others concerned with burying the legacy nation, according tO the State of the in 1787,.especially in states with all could agree that "Papists" (Ro-"
of Dozier to put whatever blame where it belongs on First Amendment survey released religious tests designed to make man Catholics) were followers of
the state of Florida, not the city of Marianna. last month by the First Amendment sure that only Protestants or Chris- the Antichrist.
Center. tians would ever be allowed to hold Inother words, religiotisdiversity
Because language about a Chris- elected office. at America's founding made a ne-
Contact YeM.tuE 2e'i'd athhe-- tian America has long been a staple But in their wisdom,"the Fram- cessity of religious freedom because
of Religious Right rhetoric, it's not ers in Philadelphia knew that the no one group had the power or the
loriaLegislatjHS surprisingthat acceptance of this time had come to break-from the numbers to impose it's version of
patently false interpretation of the precedents of history and bar any true faith- Christian or otherwise
State Rep. Mairti Coley, R-District 5 Constitution is strongest among religious group froini ever imposing -on all others.
District Office:, evangelicals (71 percent) anCOn- itself on the nation using the engine It is worth remembering, however,
Administration Building, Room 186 servatives (67 percerit). of government. that principles as much as practical
Chipbla College But even nany non-evangelical Even this wasn'tigood enough for politics inspired many of our found-
3094 Indian Circle Christians (47percent) and liberals Thomas Jefferson and other found- ers to define religious freedom
Marianna, EL 32446-1701 (33percent) appear to believe the ers who wanted to prohibit any and as requiring no establishment of
oley 850-7108-0.047 fiction of a constitutionally mar- all entanglement of government religion.
.wwwMyFloridaHouse.gov dated ChristianAmericais historic and religion in the new nation.: Roger Williams, to cite the earliest
. cal fact. In .79, the opening4words of the :and best example, founded the
State Sen. Don Gaetz, R-District 1 Forgive me.for being sriippy, but First Amendment -- "Congress shall colony of Rhode Island in 1636 out
District Office: read the Constitution. make no law respecting an estab-" of his conviction that only by erect-
4300.Legendary Drive Nowhere will you find mention lishment of religion or prohibiting ing a "wall or hedge of separation:
Suite 230 ; fGod.Christ ohr intention to the free exercise thereof,. --were between the "garden of the church"
Destin, FL 32541 foudt ahristian nation. added to the Constituion, further and "the wilderness of the world"
850-897-5747 [On 6coitrar heonlyrefer- enstiring a fully secular state,with a would it/be possible to protect
caetz 866-450-4366 (toll free) qncetoieligion inthe Constituion guarantee of religiodi freedom for liberty of conscience as required by
Www.FLSenate.gov --before the addition of the Bill of all. 'Gd.
Rights--comes inArticle VI Of course, some of the founders Rdligious freedom, Williams ar-
U.. Congress No religious test shall everbe (not unlike some Americans today) gued, is itself a Christian principle.
required as a.qualification to any of- worried that "no establishment"' Ary attempt to establish a
U.S. Rep. Steve Southerland II, R-2 fice or public trust indef the United ihight lead to a b~reakdjownin Chris-, Christian nation, therefore, al-
1229pongworth House Office Building States." titan Values in American culture. ways has been and always will be
Wa.Re shigton, eDC n 2151 R- rieo lulctus ethUi te ri Htlailto bekn, ihi- Crsnnto, the1,r eoal
Washington, DC 20515 This means that political power Alexander" anilton, forexample, upjust, dangerous and profoundly
202-225-5235 inthe United States can-never be contemplated the creation of a un-Christian.
@Rep_Southerland limitedto people of onq faith a "Chfistian Constitutional Society",
www.Southerland.House.gov- necessary condition for a"Christian to promote.Christian virtues and Charles C. Haynes is director of the Religious
nation"- but must be: pn to principles among the people. rd~ mdEua e In-
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla. people ofallfaiths or rone. But in spite of thisanxiety, drafters D.C. 20001. Web: religiousfreedomeducation.
716ut Hart Sennsy Offic Buidin N.W.g arsh non,
716 Hart Senate Office Building .Barig arelgious test for of- of the Constitution took the radical org. Email: chaynes@newseum.org:
Washington, DC 20510 9 ,
202-224-5274
@SenBillNelson *o* s *
www.BillNelson.Senate.gov g s iI g
Nelson-o.
U.S.Sen.ManDo.Rubio, R-Fla.'.
317 Hart Senate Office Building nTt 1974,.the Tederal supplemen- eight preschoolers is obese, and the
Washington, DC 20510 .|:al food program known as WIC problem is worse among black and
202-224-3041 started providing poor roinen Hispanic children.
@MarcoRubio -and their young children whole So, what's next?
www.Rubio.Senate.gov "milk and cheese, cereals aind other ..Anew studyled by Dr. Mark D.
Rubio items. Conspicuous by their ab- "DeBoer of the University of Virgiia
sence were fruits and vegetables, found that little ones, like their
By the 21st centuy obesity had M aTshaMer'CO. older brothers and sisters, gain.
replaced malnutrition as a public weight with sugary drinks. Two- to
health problem, and the Institute ,5-year-olds who drank one sugar-
of Medicine recommended in 2005 Washington typically gets the sweetened soda, juice or sports
Upping WIC's inutitional content blame, but this is a moment when :-drinksa day were more likely to be
by adding fruits aid vegetables, the federal government deserves obese than other kids their age who
whole grain cereals, .reduced-fat praise for doing something right. had such drinks less frequently.
yogurt and other lower-fat dairy Changes in WIC -formally the No big surprise there, btut what
products. It also recommended Special Supplemental Nutrition are the policy implications? Fopd
cutting back on the amount of Program for Women, Infants and. stamps called SNAP -can't be
full-fat dairy. The healthier changes Children -were cited as a major used for tobacco, alcohol or even
'"""took effect in 2009. --factor in the fight against child soap products. What if SNAP ben-
I1 TESfTED TilAT JOKE ON TH EO hs week, we began to see the obesity, efits couldn't buy sugary drinks?
'fruit of those changes. We ar~e gain- WIC helps feed more than 9 mnil- In 2011, NewYork Mayor Mi-
\GROUP & THEY DIDN4T GET IT EIHR. ig ground in the war on c hildhood lion poor pregnant and postpartum chael Bloomberg tried to find out.
. Th~oedity incidoeayrts women, infants and children under He asked the federal Department
Th-eln i hl beiyrts 5 a year. It provides nutrition edu- of Agriculture for permission to"
is small, but the trend is elicour- cation and referrals to health care prohibit purchases of sugary drinks
-" aging. After decades of explosive and social services and promotes with food stamps.No, the govern-
" growth, the obesity rate among. breastfeedihag, which may help pre-. menit said, Bloomberg's request was
i low-incdOme preschoolers has ley- vent child obesity, although that's too broad.
"~~teed off nationally aud is starting not certain. The makers of soft drinks and
to fall in sonie states, government First lady Michelle Obama has junk food argue rightly that no
~researchers reported. been derided for the White House one item causes weight gain; it's
Among children 2 tO 4, the obe- vegetable garden and her I~t's a matter of total calories, in and
~sity rate between 2008 and 2011 Move! Campaign, but she is leading out. They've cut back on Augar, salt
] I-- -- -- dropped in 18 states and theVirgin by example and deserves a shout and package sizes. That's good for
I Islands, the Centers for Disease out In addition, child care centers health and business.
, ,Control and Prevention said. Flor- around the country, following her But if we're serious about improv-
" -. ida, Georgia and Mississippi were lead, have adopted healthier food ing the nation's health and cut-
" _among the states with declines. choices anid exercise programs. ting health care costs, we should
. The obesity rate for low-income Every little bit helps because chil- use food stamps to encourage
preschoolers increased in only dren who are overweight or obese healthy food choices. The new WIC
. three states- Colorado, Pennsyl- are five times more likely thanq nor- eidence indicates it's time to give
I --- vania and Tennessee.And in 20 remal-weight kids to be overweight or revamping SNAP a try.
o 'N others and Puerto Rico, therate obeSe as adults and to suffer related
was unchanged. These included health conditiOns -and higher Marsha Mercer writes from Washington. You
TA5 L H Alabama and North Carolina. No health care costs. may contact her at marsha.mercer@yahoo.
~~data was available for 10 states We still have a long way to go to com.@2013 Marsha Mercer. All rights consid-
0_ 2013 Jeff Stahler/Dist. by Universal UClick for UFS -including Virginia. reverse the obesity trend. One in ered.




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Problematic pension promises stall Motor City
Second in a Series even directed funds toward a vestment returns on its pension pensions promised." for some investors to part with
"Just a city boy, born and failed housing development funds..." Should other pensioners be them completely. Floating rate
raised in south Detroit; in Sarasota, "It (Detroit) is not alone in concerned? Most definitely. bonds, short duration bonds
He took the midnight train Florida. Accord- this kind of wishful actuarial Pensions of all kinds will likely and senior bank loans are three
goin' anywhere." ing to Bloomberg accounting. California's giant undergo radical future changes. types of bonds that historically
"Don't Stop Believin" by Businessweek, state pension fund, the world's Municipalities and states may have held up in a rising interest
Journey "Detroit's gen- sixth largest, continues to as- essentially decide that they can rate environment.
eral-employee sume it will earn 7.75 percent pay their employees now, but Pensions,"politics and cor-
etroit's financial prob- Margaret pension fund and on its investments, even though that providing retirement pay, ruption are a lethal financial
lems included a down- McDoweB its police-and- its actual returns have been less along with health care costs, is combination, especially in a city
turn in the auto industry firefighter fund than half that for a decade. simply unaffordable. with a withering tax base. But
which decimated the local tax ... real estate "The Pew Center ... estimated Should muni bond holders in even well-administered munici-
base, unsustainable public pen- investments that public pension plans general be concerned? About palities and states may undergo
sion commitments and poor dropped by 47 percent and nationwide were underfunded default, probably not. Very few future financial strain in meet-
pension investment manage- 33 percent, respectively, over by $1.4 trillion in 2010," says Jeff muni bonds default. But bonds ing pension obligations.
ment. Combined with mu- the four years ending June 30, Dorman in Forbes. "An improv- are taking a-beating in the cur-
. nicipal corruption, its finances 2012." ing stock market since then has rent rising interest-rate environ- Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC, AlF a
became a tangled disaster. According to Riordan and assumedly made the shortfall ment, and many bondholders syndicated economic columnist, Chartered
Public pension funds were Rutten of the NewYork Times, smaller by now, but most ... are paring away their longer Financial Consultant and Accredited Invest-
partly managed by "consul- "Detroit's municipal debt is government pension funds are duration fixed income hold- ment Fiduciary, is the founder of Arbor
tants," or friends of the mayor, around $18.2,billion ... Employ- still well short of where they ings. Interest earned from muni Wealth Management, LLC, (850-608-6121,
who convinced the police and ee pension and retiree health should be ... The Government bonds is tax free, and muni's www.arborwealth.net), a "Fee-Only" Reg-
firefighter pension boards to schemes account for $9.2 (over Accountability Office recently are exempt from the new 3.8 nter e I rnv rA eth calis in
invest heavily in disastrous real half) of the liabilities ... Detroit ... suggested that some of them percent surtax on net invest- portfolio management for clients with
estate projects. One investment consistently overestimated in- have no hope of paying all the ment income, so it's difficult $250,000 or more of investable assets.
Make goals and move forward American LegonPos
P rocrastination is because one ofthe couple time in life without a plan
something that i was not more responsible. influence you. If garenfs 1t S v en ter
many people suffer One of my aren't in the position.to
from. No matter whom big concerns pay for your future educa-
you are or what your sta- is when a tion get busy and find Mariana oficial Guard Armory on U.S. 90 planned renovation of the
tus in life might be, "put- person, at some type of job; because W.i Maria Meat for historic bank building in
ting off until tomorrow the age of even if you're moving to speak at meeting the eal will be furnished downtown Marianna, and
what can be done today," accountabil- forward slowly, at least by the Legion. Attendees the current status of the
,can lead to dire circum- does' you aren't. stagnant, and Special t0the Floridan ..are asked to bring a side grant.
stances.Some of the, Viicert move for- areifeading toapositive: dish or dessert. If ybu wonder what it
habits many are allowed M, wardwhen future. Life canbe tough; American Legion Post A business meeting is takes to be considered as
to develop as children can it comes to but reaching certain goals 100 will host a dinner planned for at 7 p.m. With a historical building and
lead to an individual be- enhancing their educa- in life canbe rewarding in Tuesday night, to which a scheduled speaker: Mar- why' Marianna thinks it
coming slothful, unsure tion. Don't just talk about more ways than one.: One *area veterans are invited. ianna; City Manager Jim. can. challenge other cities.
adult; and putting things what you would like to do of the greatest accom- Dinner starts; at. 6 p.m. ,D an. r I thtg. .able money,
off indefinitely a bad in your future, take steps. plishments we as human-' in the Legion Hall, located Dean will discuss theta come find out.
habit. Procrastination can to move forward. As long beings can appreciate is next to the Jackson Coun- background of the city's For information, call
cause a person to miss an as your goals are realistic -the'satisfaction of seeing ty Ag Center and National grant application for the 482-3744.
opportunity that could at certainstages of your o urdreamsand goals in.
have changed their life in. life; don't allow age to dis- life come to fruition; be-
-a positive way..Imagine courage you. Dont alov cause of our sincere desire
how 6ften the words"I thosewho0 waste precious. to succeed.!
should have," or 'I wish I
had," been spoken when
the decision to "wait until
tomorrow" caused nega-
tive consequences.
There are times when
a procrastinator's habits. T
and decisions also affect T
those'who are close to -, 8: 4 9-,-3
them;, or those count- d )578 75-
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deadlines, or planned ac7 5-9..-8
tivities Oneof the closest
"friends" to procrastina-
tion is his neighbor "re-
gret" Throughout history Owner/Stylist -
life's situations have led 7 1-7-2-4
to comments like; "I wish(
had called more often :Kimmy has been a stylistfor eight
and kept in to uch with years. She loves doing color and cut
my mother while she was services and is certified
living," or "I had agodod s8re Lngts extei .
chance of getting that Great Lengths extensions.
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able opportunity to buy a (850) 526-7474-
simple, decent home?" forfour years. She excels best at color
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for Humanity will host.i 3051 6th, SI Mana FLerats 324,46iren
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p.m. our new location, shaped with TOC?.
,,lluesday, Aug. 20, 6 p.m. for fiee years, She is certified with (
a Saturday, Aug. 24, 10 We appreciate you choosing DermatologyCndrlaHi esosad
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FLORIDAPUBLIC UTILITIES Saint Paul High Scho d
HELPS RIVERSIDE ELEMENTARY
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tsedda~R 08108 StartSAu.3
with Forida 9
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ties, assists with the in Graceville, on Sunday The cost for the reunion
The2013 SaintPaulHigh morning, Sept 1. is $60 per person.
replacement of aflag School Reunion wi be The theme for Friday For information, contact
pole rope at Riverside held on Aug. 30 through night's fun will be "As Leroy Boone, president, at
Elementary School Sept 1. We Were." A prize will be 526-0342orleroyboone@
OnFridayAug.30(6p.m. awarded to the best'50s-, gmail.com; or Helen
in Marianna Main-. -until) and Saturday, Aug. '60s- or '70s-era attire. Rhynes, secretary at 263r
tenance workers and 31 (10 am. to 2 p.m. and. 'Organizers say they're 6695 or hrheleix~wfecal
staffluemb s have 7 p.m. until), the reunion looking forward to a great net;, or Sarah A.'Sac' Coo-
will be at The Graceville time, as attendees meet per, SPHS publicity com
been busy sprucing. Civic Center. The group and greet those they mitteeperson, at263-6388
up the campus for will attend church at New haven't seen since 2011, or coop7632@bellsouth
th eur fs AsEaster Issionary Baptist aid hopefully see new net. ..
thereturnof students...... ..
on Aug. 19. "Wpre, a
always thrilled when
community members
and businesses are
willing to provi ,de
"Itis trne, ittakes a
community to edu- C_
cate our students.'" MARKa SINRFOvIA
U.Air Force saidccrier,
,' =,cuse a
Friday that a chafed Yo noouiosadcmlte
electrical wire, caused an detsratfi&raonbees!
F-22 Raptor fighter jet
to crash near Tyndall Air
Force 3ase in November. L-NOEOfc!VrulyALtemns
Their Command t NO FEAR HERE!
Accident Investigation a I "
Board, based io Langley,:
\ Va., determinedthat Sedationnt
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Daniels about resignation :i
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will be more attacks to over'Gov. (Rick) Scott and OPEN ENROLLMENT
TALIAHASSEE The come," wrote Bennett on his need to have an edu- O
day before he.abruptly re- July31. cation leader who has the VCA off*s:
signed from his job, Florida "I cannot allow all our credibility to lead. Finally,
Education Commissioner work in Indiana to be com- I cannot allow your work READING READINESS
Tony Bennett wrote an promised. I cannot allow which I consider to be the
mail to two former gover- you, Gov.Daniels, and your cornerstone of educa- O('E-K3&4)
ridis he called "part of my legacy to be cheapened," tion reform to be cheap- LEARNING TO READ (K+)
fairly." he wrote. I cannot allow ened by this character GR AEs1-12
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former Florida Gov. Jeb and hurt. I cannot allow over into yourworC" .'MASTERY-BASED, -COLLEGE
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State economists predicting steady growth
The Associated Press coordinator of the state's used for increasing spend- Florida's families to suc- means that lawmakers can economic recoveries. But
Office of Economic and ing in areas like education ceed are working." "avoid drastic cuts in the "clearly it is on a steady,
TALLAHASSEE -Florida Demographic Research. or it could be ued for tax 'Rep. Seth McKeel, R- coming budget year." But upward path," she said.
economists are projecting Baker and other' state cuts. Lakeland and the House he warned about "adding Theseforecasts, however,
that the state's economy economists concluded The predictions of budget chief, predicted the costs that will quickly con- noted that the projections
should continue to grow that the state's main tax steady economic growth extra money will give law- sume any modest increase are being affected by auto-
steadily over the next three collections would grow by also gives Scott another makers the ability to "pro- in revenues." matic federal budget cuts
years. 3.4 percent over the com- thing to brag about as he vide a significant tax break "As we move forward, known as the sequester
After a decade that saw ing year and an additional moves closer to the -2014 for Florida businesses." we will remain cautious that took.effect this year.
the state's economy soar 4.4 percent by the middle elections and his bid for a Scott himself pushed for and continue to oper- Economists said they
- and then crash dur- of 2015 bringing the total second term. a big cut in the state's cor- ate under the policy that have reduced their overall
ing the Great Recession to $27.3 billion. Scott contended Friday porate income tax when funding for new initiatives projections by one-quar-
- economists are expect- Thispositivenewsimeans that the revenue forecast he ran for office, but so far must coincide with a care- ter of a percent to account
ing a continued gradual that Gov. Rick Scott and ---asIswell as other eco- he has only been able to ful examination of existing for less spending because
recovery. the Florida Legislature can nomic trinds showing an pass relatively small cuts funding," Negron said in a of the budget cuts, which
"We finally entered a pe- expect to have a budget increase in the number of in the tax. statement. .are impacting federal-op-
riod of stability wheie ev- surplus' of more than $2 people moving to'th6state Sen. Joe Negron, R-Stu- Baker said that Florida erations such as the mili-
erything is behaving pre-. billion to work with next "shows that our policies -art and the Senate budget has seen higher periods tary as well as the Florida
dictably," said Amy Baker, year. That money could be to create-opportunities for chief, said the newforecast of growth during past National Guard.
Scott releases
details on his
personal assets
The Associated Press ics law passed this year
by the Florida Legislature
TALLAHASSEE Flori- says that public officials
da Gov. Rick Scott on Fri- .who set up blind trusts
day turned over addition- now must disclose the
al details on his personal initial assets placed in the
.fortune in order to make account.
sure he is complying with Scottisnotboundbythe
a new state law. new law since the Florida
? vi The multimillionaire Commission, on Ethics
governor turned in to the had previously approved
THEASSOCIATED PRESS state s ethics commission his blind trust. But Scott's
Police-tape blocks the entrance to a murder scene in Miami on Thursday.Derek Medina, who authorities say fatally shot his wife a list of nearly $74 million: general counsel said the
- and apparently then posted a photo of her body on Facebook tumed himself in topolice on Thursday, assets he placed in a blind governor is turning over
trust more than'two years the information now in
.S pect s Web a took dthows, for example, But the filing makes it
.Scotttransferred into clear that there are no
The Associated Press is wife-ri New York and Notice," though his name said Medina approached the trust $1.42 million in plans to divulge whaf as-
his wife was attacked by a doesn't appear in online him more than a yea; ago shares -he owned in a so- sets are held by the trust
SOUTHMiAmI-Derek_ ghost,' Medina wrote on credits forthe show. while Dade was working cial networkingcpimpahy currently and whether
Medina appeared to live -a personal blog. "She was His work life, according ut. Dade said Medina told that cane under fire from there have been any
much of his life online., seeing a ghost and was be- to his FacebOokpage, in-- him he was the neighbor- some conservatives be- changes in the last two
The 6-f0ot-2, 200-pound ing taunted and messed luded a job as property hood watch patrol. Healso cause it had partnered years. The trust is nan-
South Miami resident with. She informed her managementsupervisor-at told bade he had a con- with Playbqy magazine in aged by a. New York
posted photos and videos husband and he told her to The Gables Club, a gated, sealed weapons permit. Mexico. firm that includes two
of himself kick boxing 'go to sleep and he would upscale condonlinium Neighborhoodwatch be- Scott established the of his former business
sailing, meeting celebri- vatch' over her. Minutes complex in Cokal, Gables. came a household phrase trust :to remove direct' associates. 4
ties and wearing a Miami later he was attacked'by a- An official for the com- following the arrest of control over his finahces- Pete Antonacci, Scott's
Heat championship ring. demon ghost and he was pany-whoxrefused to iderr-, former' watch volunteer and avoid questions of general; counsel, said that
In one Facebook photo, he sick and throwing up." tify himself said Friday George Zimmerman, who conflicts of interest. But disclsing the current
mugged for. the camera, A self-described fan of that Medina worked there was acquitted last month when lie set it up, he yas assets would defeat the
holding a knife and a gun ghost hunting, Medina "briefly" but declined to of all charges in the fatal not required to disclose purpose Of making sire
and wearing a green cam- wroteonhisFacebookpage elaborate'on when or Why shooting ofTrayvon Martin what his money was in- that Scott is unaware of
ouflage vest. that he and Alfonso had he left the job. in agated townhouse com- Vested in. how the money is being
There, was also what he once searched for ghouls A maintenance worker plexin central Florida. A new sweeping eth- invested.
called his "emotional" side: in Florida and Louisiana. said he had seen Medina'
One of the six e-books the Other adventures included working at the front desk,
31-year-old wrote and pro- an encounter with bats in taking care of calls and
moted on' his website dis- a cave in the Balamas. A the tenants. He said was "a
cussed the importance of video heposted shows Me- very hice guy, polite."
communication to-a good dina throwing an object at When he saw the news
marriage. thewinged mammals be- and Medina's picture, the
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Web-based persona took Acting was also a part of "He's too nice."
a nefarious turn: First he his life, according to Me- Yoshi Dade, 33, a neigh-
apparently posted a mes- dina, who claimed to have bok of Medinas at, the
sage on his page in which -appeared in the Miami- townhouse complex where
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Charter grade scandal could slow growing movement
The Associated Press ate independent schools influence."
with a specific set of goals, Christel .DeHaan, who
MADISON, Wis. -- For or a charter. Today, there built a fortune in the re-
charter school support- are more than 6,000 char- sort industry, runs Christel
ers, there were few bet- ter schools in 42 states. House Academy, the In-
ter champions than Tony They're open to all, free to dianapolis charter school
Bennett. attend and mostly paid for that initially scored a C'
As Indiana's schools with public money. last year on Indiana's A-F
chief, he installed a school They have fierce chan- grading scale for schools.
grading system that short- pions on both sides of the She has donated $2.8 mil-
ened the time it took to politicalaislewhoseechar- lion to Republicans since
sweep aside afailingpublic ters as a solution to public 1998, including $130,000
school in favor of a charter. education troubles and are to Bennett, who has insist-
In Florida, he backed a bill willing to spend millions to ed politics played no role
- though unsuccessfully support their cause. in the changes to the grad-
- that could have made Charter school organiza- ing formula that ultimately
it easier for parents to get tions, their employees or led Christel House to score
charters in place at failing their families gave-nearly anA.
schools. He also pushed $2.3 million to. state and Bennett's emails show
through a rules change federalpoliticalcandidates he was inVested in the
that'benefited both char- between 1998 and the end school's success. Bennett
ter schools andtraditional of last year, according to switched Indiana to the
public schools by limiting TlEASSOCIATEDPRESSFILE the Sunlight Foundation, A-F grading system and
how far anyschool's rating Last week's revelations that Tony Bennett, Florida's former education commissioner, had a- government watchdog consistently, cited Christel
could drop in a single year. worked in Indiana to change the formula. used to grade that state's schools to ensure that group. House as a top-perform-
Now, Bennett has them Christel House Academy scored an A have charter school supporters.nervous. The moneyis"not allbad, ing school as he worked
nervous. of course," said Thomas to secure support for his
Last week, Bennett re- There have been several a very real and significant commin y" Simnickshid. Geritzel, executive direc-' dedication agenda. Upon
signed as Florida's educa- cases in recent years of problem for champions "I think-that's been missed- tor of the Nationa Schoolearning Christel House
tion commissioner after teachers, principals and of education account- in this whole story." Boards Association, which would receive a "C" last
The Associated Press un- others being -graded by ability," Hess said. "Part The first charter school officially supports charter September, he wrote to his
covered emails detailing state assessments finding of. the problem revealed opened in Minnesota in schools as long as local chiefofstaff,"Theyneedto
his efforts in Indiana to illicit ways to improve their in Indiana is we have very 1991 witha- simple idea: school boards authorize understand that anything
change theformulaused to own scores, which are used little insulation and very give parents, teachers or them and can revoke .their .'less than an A for Christel
grade that state's schools to, to determine everything few safeguards in these others frustrated with their charters. "But it certain- House compromises all of
ensure a charter school he from school funding to systems. They've often public schools awayto cre- ly brings with itd lot of our accountability work."
had held up as one of the bonuses for educators to been held together with
state's best scored an A. whether a state can, take dut tape and good-faith
For some charter sup- over a school deemed to efforts rather than a care-
porters, who have looked be failing. In. March, for ful formal structure that's H wad
to such state-administered example, prosecutors in going .to protect officials
grading systems as away to tlanta indicted the city's against both public preS-
prove their. success, there former school superin- sure and the appearance
is a fear the fallout could tendent and 34 others, ac- ofimpropriety."
shake the public's confi- cusing them of conspiring Russ Simnick ran a
dence in an approach that to cheat on standardized charter high school in In-
alreadyhadplentyofskep- tests to boost student test dianapolis from 2005 to
ics. Perhaps as troubling is scores. 2008. Now senior direc-,
the idea Bennett might not But the Bennett case ap- tor for state advocacy for
be alone. pears to be the first public the National Alliance of
"I will bet you dollars to revelation involving a state Public Charter Schools,
doughnuts that state chiefs official who is doing the Simnick said the Bennett
and accountability direc- grading. of schools. This affair could bolster the
tors have done this dozens week, Indiana's current perception that charter
of times," said Frederick schools chief put the re- school grades are vulner-
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Nation Briefs
Pf grBSS made on there was no indication
disability claim that the pilot obtained a
disabilit clim ""weather briefing before
ORLANDO Presi- taking off July 27 from
dent Barack Obama Tri-Cities Airport in
assured disabled Endicott, N.Y., bound
veterans Saturday that for Jake Arner Memorial
his administration is Airport in Lehighton
making progress on re- shortly before the crash
ducing a backlog of dis- in Wyoming County.
ability claims and said The report made
the number of requests available Friday noted
for assistance has fallen heavy fog in the area at
by nearly one-fifth since the time that prompted
peaking at more than a temporary suspen-
600,000 a few months sion of the search effort
ago. in the rugged area. The
In an address at the wreckage was located
Disabled American the following afternoon.
Veterans' convention
in Orlando, Obama Utah beauty queen
announced a new plan
to guide mental health arrete
research, as well as SALT LAKE CITY
commitments from 250 Prosecutors filed
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS colleges and universi- charges of bomb pos-
President Barack Obama said he'll work with Congress to change -the oversight of some of the National Security Agency's ties to help veterans session Friday against a
controversial surveillance programs and name a new panel of outside experts to review technologies, earn college degrees or recently crowned Utah
get the credentials they beauty pageant winner.
... : S Aneed to find jobs. Kendra NkKenzie.-
Obama:NSA rem Acmtopmconcern for Gill was arrested last
N Se- veterans is the backlog weekend with three ac-
of disability claims for complices for what one
The Associated Press to take a pause, reassess where to human rights issues. compensation for illness described as a prank. All
it is that Russia is going ... and "I've encouraged Mr. Putin to look and injury caused by four face the same set
WASHINGTON Responding recalibrate the relationship." forward rather than: backward," military service, of four felony charges,
to critics, President Barack Obama The hour-long news conference Obama said, evoking niemories of prosecutor Blake Naka-
promised Friday to work with Con- ranged over numerous issues, al- relations between the'United States NTSB: Pilot in Pa. mura said Friday.
gress on "appropriate reforms" for though the president became es- and the former Soviet Union. cAsh not certified The 18-year-olds were
domestic surveillance programs pecially animated when the ques- Obama also said he has a range arrested after driving
that were thrust into the publicc eye tions turned to Republicans in of -candidates he is consideringto NOXEN,Pa.-The aroundneighberhoods
by'leaker Edward Snowdeni, saying Congress., He said they would risk become chairman of the Federal pilot of a helicopter that and allegedly tossing
he understands why Americans are the wrath of the public if they vote Reserve, a nomination he likened in crashed in rural north- plastic bottles filled
skepticalabouttthecollectiopnoftele-. to shut down the government iixportance-to selecting a Supreme eastern.Pennsylvama with causticchemicals
phbne and Internet information. this fall in an attempt to cut off Court justice. Among the contend- last month, killing all at people they knew.
"It's not enough for me to have funding for his signature health care ers are former Treasury Secretar five people on board, Nobodywas injured.
confidence il'these programs," the program. Larry Summers and Janet Yellen, wasn't certified fly Gillwas crowned
president declared at a White House He said that while he.was receptive -the vice chair of the Fed, he said, using only on-board Miss Riverton, topping
news conference shortly before a to House Republicans proposing adding that whoever replaces Ben instruments, according a slate of nine beauty
scheduled departure on a weeklong an alternative immigration bill, his Bernanke must focus his attention to federal investigators. contestants in the Salt
vacation. "The American people preference was for a vote on a Sen- on keeping inflation in check and Apreliminary report Lake City suburb. She
have to t1a e confidence in'them as ate-passed measure that combines helping strengthen the recovery by the NationalTrans- took home a $2,000
wIll:" The president announced a border securitywith a chance at citi- from the worst recession in portation SafetyAd- scholarship.
sees changes in a program be- zenship for millions of immigrants decades., ministration also says From wire reports
guunder thi kiti-terror Patriot Act, living in the country illegally. While saying he wont pick a Fed
that was assid inthe Wake. of the ,He said he was."absolutely cerain' chairman until the fall, he expressed
terror attacks of"Sept, 11, 2001. such a bill would pass in the GOP- irritation at, critics of Summers
As .for Snowdeh, recently grant- controlled U.S. House.. whom Obama said were engaging The family of Dr. Michael Stripling would like
ed temporary asylum ,by Rus- Nor did he mince his words in,"a standard Washington exercise to extend theirheartfelt love and appreciation
' "to ex dth e i h fere lt prayers nd p e tol n n
sia, Obama said- he is-not a pa- about the United States' deterio- that Idon't like" of launching attacks to those who offered prayers, condolences, at
triolt,as some have suggested, and rating relationship with Russia. He befOre an appointment has been' avord f icuragement and helpo o thu mit
challerigedhim toxeturnto the Unit- -said President. Vladimir Putin's 4e- to contribute to the mounting final expense an
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en' recent differences over Syria, in .,a series of differences between theday for. a weeklong vacation at Thank you again for the community's kindness.
human rights. and Snowden,. it the two countries, ,including a Maftha's imeyard off the coast of The Stripling Family
is "probably appropriate for us response to the Syrian civil war and Massachusetts.
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lodged in one house, and intotheir home.
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Thousands gather for
funeral of slain deputy
The Associated Press
PUNTA GORDA-
Thousands gathered Sat-
urday in Punta Gorda to -41
mourn a deputy shot and
killed while investigating
a domestic disturbance in
southwest Florida.
Sgt. MichaelWilson died
Monday after being shot 6
by a suspect in the chest,
just above his bulletproof
vest.
At hisfuneral, Gov. Rick THEASSOCIATEDPRESS _e<
Scott and fellow depu- Visitors to the Charlotte Harbor Event Center line up along
.o aU.S. 41 to pay their respects during the procession of Sgt.
ties said Wilson died a Michael Wilson's funeral on Saturday,
hero and would not be
forgotten.. the top of a stairwell at Once, as part of a street
"His sacrifice saved lives the Tuscana Apartmen's crimes unit patrolling the
and today we honor him," in Port Charlotte, and beach, he buried him-
Charlotte County Sheriff then turned the gun on self in sand so that only
Bill Prummell said. himself. Deputies used a his eyes could be seen- as
Sgt. Chris'Williams re- tactical robot and found a way, of blending into .MARKSKINNERiFLORIDAN
called how. Wilson was the suspect dead inside, the scenery and catching Jackson County master gardeners Les Furr and Muriel Timer prepare somefots Thursday.The
on a traffic stop Monday an apartment. Investiga- people committing drug group is holding a fall and winter gardening workshop Aug.24.
when the call came in re- tors found. two weapons crimes, former Sheriff Bill
garding a physical alter- at the scene. Camerdn said. Tr I 1 ter gardener program vice- pect an intensive session,
cation. Williams said Wil- Williams, 42, was a 20- "That was Mike," Cam- V president Les Furr. with indoor and outdoor
son could have stayed at year veteran of the Char- eron said. "That was our The container garden- instruction and hands-on
the traffic stop, but chose lotte County ,heriff's Mike" FromPagelA ing section will be led by activities in store.
not to. Office, and patrolled the" Cameron also said that One- station focuses :on master gardener Mary The widest-ranging
"That's not Mike," said same community he grew when he put together a fall gardening and will be Killingsworth. workshop ever put on by
Williams, who worked in up in. He was, married street crimes unit, Wil- led by Jackson County Ex- The composting and the master gardeners, It
the same unit as Wilson., with three children. son was an easy pick for tension horticulturist Rob cover crop station will be will be held at thelackson
According to investiga- Colleagues recalled supervisor. Trawick. led :by master gardener County Agriculture Com-
tors, Jay'Vanko immedi- Wilson's jovial deimeafnor "He taughtt his team a The winter gardening Phillip Smith. plex on Perin Avenue in
ately shot Wilson from and creativity o4 the job. lot," Cameron said. station will be led by mas- Participants should ex- Marianna.
Victims want shooting designed terror Rollins Randydd
des natdte or Colinsyea under theadminis-
tration of Mary Sue Neves.
The Associated Press From Page 1A In 2008-09, records show
that he served under an
Army Maj. Nidal Malik An, undercover photo was exceptional student edu-
Hasan admits pulling but sent to him, and. he then cation, a classroom clas-
a pistol, shouting "Allahu asked what type of under- sification, in a one-on-one
akbar" (Gd is great) and garinexit she. liked to wear, educational capacity with
opening fire on unarmed the document states. Dur-, a male student for part of
people, killing 13 of them. mg this first conversation, that time. He served as an
All, he says, in an effort to Collins sent back a 'hoto assistant football coach at
stop them from going to ofhimselfffully clothed, ac- MariannaHigh School for
Afghanistan and killing his ,cording to the document.I a time.
fellow Muslims. The' next day, officials He served as. a, para-
Concluding he was on,, say, the commtunication professional at Riverside
the "wrong side" in Amer- betweenC61lins and the Elementary School from
ica's war, he told jurors at undercover officer Tcon- 2010-2011 under" the
his court-martial that he tinued., Collins allegedly administration of John
switched sides. askedif other men sent her Ellerbee.
So, victims and others "dirty pictues," according In, 2011-12, he served
are derhanding, why is:the. to the document. As they as a paraprofessional at
November 2009 attack at continued chatting, Col- Grand Ridge School un-
Fort Hood being tried as lins allegedly asked sex- der the adininistratiqn of
a case. of workplace vio- THEASSOCIATED PRESS u tl ls and takd Randy Ward, again work-
lenc~e and not'as a n act of Retired U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Shawn Manning pholds a photograph ftom the memorial for abouths sexual rann oen-e it one
terrr? victims-of a2009 mass shooting at Fort Hood, Texas. Manning still carries two bullets in his H sea l oran o nent
t ietr law eert bod from the shooting that killed 13 peopl He seit a photograph of male Student.
iiy law Scott himself without a shirt on; In 2012-13, having
L. Silliman says the answer them of benefits ., and., rent jurisdiction between The National Counter- then one of himself With- earned his teaching certif-
is simple. Because theUni- made them ineligible to the civilian authorities and terrorism Center and State out pants, with his-genitals icate, he served as a Physi-
form Code of Military Jus- receive the Purple Heart, themilitary authorities.' Department both counted exposed,:,according to the cal ,Education teacher at
tic6 does not have a puni- awarded to service mem- Why can't, the admin- the incident among terror. document. He-later asked- Grand Ridge under Ward's
tive article for "terrorism." bers wounded in battle. istration call this an act attacks that year, he notes. to meet a ndtalked atout administration with both
"They really didn't have While Silliman under- of terror without charg- The White House and De-. specific sexual acts 'he male and female students.
an option," says Silliman, stands the outrage, he ing Hasan as a terrorist? partment of Defense have wanted 'to engage in with li the first semester of
director emeritus of Duke says transferring the case According to a Pentagon balked, he argues, because the individual, the docu- last year,.three PE teach-
University's Center on Law, to civil courts w- where a paper opposing Purple too many people didn't ment states. ers, one offemale, were on
Ethics and National Secu- terror charge could attach Hearts for the victims that heed warning signs that The following day, a staff with Collins. For the
rity in. Durham, N.C. "He was just not possible. 'would allow the defense to Hasan was becoming in- Wednesday, more commu- remaining half of the year,
was an active-dut officer. "It would have been to argue that Hasa "cannot creasingly radical leading nication occurred, accord- PE had three male staff
The crime occurred on a tally unprecedented to receive a fair triad because up to his deployment to ing to the document. On members.
military installation ... It have that sort of thing oc- a branch of government Afghanistan. that day, Collins allegedly He served as head foot-
was obvious he was going cur," says Siliman, who. has indirectly declared "The truth of the mat- talked more about travel- ball and baseball coach at
to face a court-martial." has served as senor attor- that.Major Hasan is ater- ter is, it comes down to lingto0meet her, and then. Grand Ridge during last
Victims of the shooting ney at two large military rorist --- that he is crimi- politics," the Washington, sent some sexually explicit school year.
rampage filed a lawsuit installations and three nally culpable." attorney says, "It comes photographs. "He was giv: Performance evaluations
last year over the admin- major Air Force com- Reed Rubinstein, one of down to covering up the en a& location.ato meet 'the are held as non-public re-
istration's decision to treat mands. "Now, if the crime the attorneys representing political correctness that child' but it does not ap- cords for a full year, so his
the incident as workplace had occurred off the post, a number of the shooting was the proximate cause pear that he arrived at the 2012-13 evaluation was
violence. They' say that then there might :have victims calls that argu- of this attack in the first location," according to the not immediately available.
designation has robbed been what we call concur- ment "disingenuous." instance." document, anrd comnmuni- Jackson County School
cation ceased. Superintendent Steve
r aua-r --AuthOrities say a cell Benton said Collins' con-
from the central Florida- interest. The FDIC paid investorsbymisrepreseint- phone was allegedly used tract was not renewed be-
based CenterState Bank, CenterState's claim 4 cou- ing the nature of the stock, for text conimunicatioin cause he was not perform-
"which --- based on the ple of weeks later, wiring by misrepresenting Coast- lbetwveeni Collins had, the inig to the level expected
From Page lA defendants' misrepresen- that company more than al's financial condition, undercover agent. in his employment and
tations" was also guaran- $3.8 million in principal and by providing loans, On Thursday, Collins was that his rejection for the
loan entered default sta- teed by the FDIC under and interest. from Coastal Commu- positively identtified as the coming year had noth-
tus, RBC was able to ex- the TLG Program, the In the wording of the nty Bank to finance the suspect, with officersusing ing to do with any alle-
ercise its option of"taking release stated. indictment, authorities purchases of Coastal law enforcement databas- gaions of wrongdoing.
the pledged stock and po- The indictment alleges allege that the three men stock." es and a comparison of his Ward also confirmed that
tentially rendering defen- that Coastal ttsed these named in the indictment The men face up to 30 Florida driver's license to information.
dants' shares in Coastal fraudulently-accessed "aided and abetted" Cen- years in prison on each make that determination. Bentoni said he has no
worthless," the release TLGP-guaranteed funds terState Bank in mak- count of conspiracy and Collinswasaparaprofes- knowledge of any claims
stated. "Under .pressure to repay the RB'C loan and ing a false claim against wire fraud if convicted sional at Marianna High or complaints by stdents
from RBC to repay this in June of 2010, defaulted the United States," but as charged. They poten- School. from the 2007-08 regarding Collins in any
debt, the indictment al- when it was- time.to pay the indictment does not tially face up to five years. .school year through the way, but said that if any
leges that the defendants back the money that had make any statement al- in prison "for and mak- end of the 2009-10 school children come forward, the
falsely certified to the been provided by the TLG leging that CenterState ing false statements to year, serving two years un- matter willbe investigated
FDIC that the RBC loan Program to satisfy that. knowingly made a false the FDIC and aiding and dei the administration of by the school system.
was unsecured, knowing institution-to-institution claim., abetting CenterState Bank"
that it was secured, so that loan. The indictment also al- in making a false claim
Coastal could get an lFDIC Officials say Coastal de- leges that Dubose, "de- against the United States," Ob itui eslL
guaranteed loan under faulted on the CeniterState siring to avoid losses to as alleged in the releifse.
the TLGP." Bank loan and illAugust himself and his family as Baker's attorney n the Thearreno*
The indictment also al- of that year CenteState Coastal's financial condi- matter, Jimmy Judkins, "obitarier -l IT t
leges that, around the Bank filed a claim with tion deteriorated, fraudu- said his client will be vig- dathnotices
same time, Coastal also FDIC for payment of the lently sold and converted orously represented in the submitttothe.
obtained a $3.75 million full amount due on the Coastal stock owned matter. "We we defend Phnidanasofth rtsc Desigss Uimted c.
loan equaling 125 per- TLGP-backed loan that it by him and his famo- with all our strength," he deadline at 4p.m. 291JfrsLont.aristannaft
cent of the RBC loan -had granted Coastal, plus ily members to'unwitting said. tia.850-372-4456
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M'y MHS star signing with SU
Maianna High School will "H t r S L JJJJJf
holId volleybQ+ tryouts Mon-+ 9 11At +
day from 3-6 p.m. at the high
school gym. Check-in will be at
2:30 p.m. Everyone must have a BY DUSTIN KENT appearances in the 2A state fi- (Marianna track coach Chucky kind of reminds you of a home-
copy of their current physical. dkent@jcfloridan.com nals, finishing third at state as a Brown) did," she said. "Coach toivn kind ofplade," she said. "It's
senior. Brown was like a father figure to not too big and not too small.
Mariann Recreaion Marianna High School track She'll also compete in the shot me and Lfeel.like coach Ray will They also have one of the top
star Latia Bass will get td take put and the hammer throw at be the same." business programs in the state
Soccer .+ her talents to the Division-I level Jacksonville State under Game- Bass had offers she con- -and that's a plus to me because
Marianna Recreation De- after signing a scholarship with cocks coach Steve Ray who Bass sidered from lower division that's my inajor."
partrnent will offer five soccer Jacksonville State University in said made a good impression schools, but her visit to the JSU Brown said he was extremely
leagues to give boys and girls Jacksonville, Ala on her during the recruiting, campus won her. over to the proud of Bass not just for her
the opportunity to play soccer. Bass starred for the Bulldogs process. Gamecocks. own individual accomplishment
Registration for youth ages in shot put, winning back-to- "He's a real nice person. It's just "I just kifid of fell in love with but for what her rise to the D-I
5-1willbe held throughthe back district titles in 2012 and another transition to someone the college and the coaches. I
Aug. 23 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 2013 and making three straight who helps and loves athletes like liked the atmosphere because it See BASS, Page 2B
at'The Marianna Fducational
and Recreational Exle (MRE)
located at 3 '625 Caverns Road
in IMarianna. GRACEVI 7 1OOTBRI....
The registration fee for soccer
is $30 for participants who live
inside the city limits of Mari-
who lie 5usd thecitylimis IOSamI
paid with a check or money
order. No cash will be accepted.
All participants must bring a
'copy of their birth certificate.
The age fall participants on
Aug. I of the current year will
be the player's age for the entire
season.
The number of leagues and
corresponding ages could vary
depending on the number
of participants that register. .
Anyone that may be interested ty
in coaching a team or officiat-,
gryouth soccer, call with the
Marianna Recreationx Depart-
ment. at 482-6228 dr comeeby
during registration..
Pirates Baseball'
g-olf tournament
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on one of the last wefesids "What this team accomplished However, the 2013 Tigers.do have a
before college football kicks off. year is over. 'm sure it was a great lot of thsame players back fronm 2012,
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2913 to register a tea or for am.I.MT Jarrett Brogdon, offensive linemen Patrick
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13 at the 18-hole champ ionship f irst. time since 2008 and goiri.g a perfect 14- do with what the Tigers did last year. balanced and complicated attack that will
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Bum season for violating the
N J~lleague's substance-abuse
policy. He has spent the
From Page 1B past two months trying to
new coach Gus Bradley. prove he's more mature.
Instead, he looked about "We'll talk about it as a
like he did the last two team and say you know
.. seasons. that's not who we are or
gg Aside from the QBs, what we want to become,
here's five things we so we'll take it out of our
learned about the Dol- game," Bradley said.
phins and Jaguars: Henne's chance
Keller a target Jacksonville's open
With speedy receiver quarterback competi-
Mike Wallace working tion seemed like all talk
the outside, Keller'should this offseason. The Jag-
have little problem find- uars insisted'that Henne
m"g open space under- had a chance, but they
neathand could be a nice also talked about why
safety valve for Tannehill Gabbert's first two sea-
this season. He caught sons were a wash. If the
two passes for 46 yards preseason opener is any
against the Jaguars, both indication, the battle is
down the middle of the far from finished. Henne
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS field. The former New completed 8 of 11 passes
Tampa Bay quarterback Mike Glennon (8) drops back to pass during the preseason game *against the Baltimore" Ravens on York Jets tight end had 28 for 87 yards, moving the
Thursday in Tampa. receptions for 317 yards first-team offense more
and two scores in an in- effectively than Gabbert.
S iano says Q S for now. Dolphins rookie place-
~~~~~~Blackmon's outburst kce ae tri
fie Associated Press opener. "He made some plays," "We just wanted: Mike Forget the three points showed off his leg Stur-
"I was; pleased witif the Schiano. noted. ."Still a to get more plays, and it and four turnovers. gis, who grew up in the
TAMPA There is no three made field goals. lot to learn in our system leads to a punt which gets Bradley's biggest concern Jacksonville area and
competitionfor Josh Free- They weren't gimme's," and ... you can see he's blocked," Schiano said. coming out of this game played college football
ma's quarterback job, at Schiano said. "Someone got the ability and that's "Now you should never centers on receiver Jus- at nearby Florida, drilled
least not yet., asked last night if that why we went:out ard got 'have a punt blocked, but... tin Blackmon. He satout a 58-yarder in the third
Rookie QB-Mike Glennon makes it a more spirited him. He: did the things all I wanted was to see ex while recovering from quarter and added a 36-
made someplays in Thurs- competition,1 and to me it's that. we thought he could ecution, I wanted to see ef- groin surgery, but hewas yarder in the fourth. "He
day's 4-16 preseason loss been-spirited since theday do.." fort; Iwanted to seeus tak- hardly quiet. He got into had good hang time and
to'.the Baltimore Ravens, we got here. Soif'l con- But' Glennon- poses no ing care of the football. At an argument with Dol- he efficiently kicked the
but Bucs coach Greg tinue toheat up and, like immediate-threat to Free- timeswe did, andat other phins cornerback Nolan ball well on the two field
Schiano made it clear Fri- -every heirposition, that map, who W.as 4 of 7for 34 times we didndt.". Carroll during the second goals," Dolphins coach
day. that Freeman is his ,competitionattheend will yards Thursday night. Including* Tynes, 'the quarter. The verbal tiff Joe Philbin said.
starter. 'make us better.'" "He didn't have a chance. Bucs played the preseason escalated and included
The placekicking jobuis It is unknownwhether to be lspectacular,-but he opener without eight start- several teammates, get- Offensiveweapon
another matter. Tynes will be able to kick was solid," Schiano said. "I ers. Some of them will ting so heated that it got It remains to be seen
"I hope foi very; very next Friday at New, Engk-inkJoshhasd6neevery- play against the Patriots, Bradley's attention. Run- how much of an offensive
hard decision there, Schi- land.. Schiano said earlier thing to -my expectations but Schiano implied that niiigbackMauice Jones- weapon former Michigan
ano said, "and that would this week that Tynes had so far, so the way things cornerback DarrellesRevis Drew eventually stepped quarterbackDenardR6b-
mean we're going to be in been unable to get his shoe are playing out I Oodt see and guards Carl Nicks and in and escorted Black- inson will be this season,
good shape." on.. that (job competition) be- -DavinJoseph- all coming mon to the locker room. but the Jaguars are try-
Veteran Lawrence Tyrfes" Freeman has started ev- ing the case" qffmajorinjuries- willbe "Blackmon was in Brad- ing to get the fifth-round
was signed to replakeBucs ery game at quarterback The Bucs' three quarter- held out at least another ley's office for a lengthy draft pick plenty of pre-
'kicker.Connor Barth, who over the last three seasons, backslare Setwith Glen- week discussionafter the game. season work. Robinson
will miss theseason with but the Bucs invested a rbin back g up Fieemai The BicS will, travel to It's not -an ideal situa- carried nine times for
atom Achilles tendon. But third-round draft pick in and veteran Dan Orlovsky, New, Erigland on Thesday tion for Blackmon, who 32 yards against. Miami,
the 35-year-old Tynes, who Mike Glennon of North who did not play against for two'days of practice is suspende'd'for the first and had an impressive,
earned two Super Bowl Carolina State. After Free- Baltimore, at NO. 3.' 'with thyPatrits before the four games ofthe regular cutback run in the first.
ringswith the NewYork Gi- man played the firsttwo The game against the Ra- exhibition game. 7
ants, was- sidelined Thurs- series Thursday, the rookie vens got out of hand when: It .goes back to, be-
day night by a toe injury. started his career in grand the Bucs tried to force inig able to relate to their
Derek Dimke, a rookie free fashion with a 61-yard things out of Glennn tempo; getting aur-con-
agent from Illinois, kicked completion to tight eqd from deep in their own ter- munication settled and
field goals of 29, 35 and 45 Ton -Crabtree. Glennon ritory in the final seconds things like that, said line
yards in soggy conditions, finished with 169 passing of the first half, resulting in backer Lavonte David.
one of the few bright spots yards and was 11 of 23 with thireeincompletions and a It'll get us prepared for
in the :Bucs' preseason one interception. blocked punt. gametimb."
B aany track and field ath- "my personal opinion State one day. I know (Ray)
B ass lete that we've had come is that she'll do very well," expects her to come in and
through. he said. "When she -did be one of the main leaders
From Page lB "Having her go to college her best is when the con- of his program."
level could mean for the will have a major impact petition got better. Hay- It's a challenge that Bass
future of the MHS track on the track and field pro- ing someone else there to said she's very ready to
program. gram. She can really open constantly push her will take on.
"I've been trying to call up kids' eyes to what's be good. When you go -to "I'm excited. Most peo-
around and I havedt seen out there and what they a D-I. program, they've ple don't make it in track
where there has been a Di- 'have the potential to do got state of the art equip- and field in Division I,
vision-I feniale track and with dedication and hard meant, a state- of the art so I'm ready for -the ex-
field athlete. in the past 15 work and sticking with the weight. room, and every- perience," she said. "It's
years at Marianna that got program." thing that's new to track something I've always
a college scholarship. As The coach said he ex- and field they already own Wanted to do. Most people
far as Marianna records pects for Bass' dominance it. She has the potential to think of me as a basket-
go, she owns the shot put, at the high school level to dominate that program hall player, but track and
the discus; she has more translate very well, to the and the potential to break fieldhas always had myi,
individual medals than college ranks. the record at Jacksonville heart."
guys"that have plydi ummer gain an ppy earadte int They
some big games and had ing them to the season came up short, and I think.
success controlling the and the demands of their that would be something
From Page B line of scimmage n those position." that would drive them for
.great quarterback here and games. That's something While the eight wins and this upcoming season,"
a lot ofit with Preston is his our linemen pride them- the district championship the coach said. "First and
approach," the coach said. selves on and you can see made last season a suc- foremost, we want to get
"He's avery coachable ath- it in their work ethic and cess by any measure, the back to the playoffs..If
lete that works really hard the way they practice and Tigers were unable to get we're fortunate enough to THEASSOCIATEOPRESS
at the position and that's carry temselves. out of the f irst; rouild of the do that, we'd like to win a Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne (7) throws
what you want. He's a guy "It's contagious. Those playoffs, falling to Freeport playoff game. That would during the preseason game against the Miami Dolphins on
that listens to what needs guys have a positive nflu- 26-21. be a big accomplishment Friday in Jacksonvilld."
to. be done and then goes ence :on every member of Getting over that hump for this team."
out and gives you every- 'this team. It's what I keep and moving deeper into Graceville will take on i
thing he's got to get it done, trying to tell them. They the posts eason is the ob- Holmes County on Aug.
That's Preston. He's very have the ability to have a vious next step for this 23 n a preseason game at
business-like. positive influence on ev- group, Wise said. home before opening up
Tm throwing everything erybody out there when "I think our players want- the regular season Aug. 30 ...: "
at him.'We're asking him they show they have pride edtowinaplayoffgamelast at Baker.
to run an offensive system in what they do."
that has over 200 plays" in it. Wise said that the line-
It's just going to take time men like the rest of the~-,2 ,, ,
and the more we do it, the team used the summer to
inore comfortable we'll get make big strides n their
with it." strength and speed, mak-
1Making the transition a ing huge gains in catego-
bit easier on the young QB ries like the 40-yard dash,
should be a veteran offen- the bench press and the
sie line with a wealth of .broad jump that he hopes
experience and three re- will translate to a more
turning starters from last physically impressive
year., squad in the fall. _
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hamic on both sides of the faster and stronger, and of a
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Outdoors 4) Waffle House 25-23
T hODYn s N I s) Sharpshooters 23.5-24.5
* *6) Strike Force 21.5-26.5
TEAM STANDINGS 7) Craptastic 21-27
AUGUST 5 8) 3 Men & A Lady 15933
High Team Hdcp. Game: 3 Men & A Lady 996
W-L High Team Hdcp. Series X Men 2826
1) The Divas 25-15 High Game Hdcp: Bobby Bowers 272
2) Pin Busters 24-16 High Series Hdcp: Bobby Bowers 759
3) Steve & Ed 19-21
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5) The Popes 18-22 TOM
only August and snake did cause-a minor 6)T&J 17-23
duN seso)i Shenanigans 17-23 AUGPUTS Ir
duck season is biological mishap, but wet HighTeam Hdcp. Game: The Divas 465 AG
still months away. But I undies are merely uncom- High Team Hdcp. Series: Pin Busters 1306 )XXX 33-15
High Game: Bruce Lheureux 189, Barb Gilbertson 209 2)Bn !Pn!301
just can't help myself. It's fortable, not painful. High Series: Bruce Lheureux 499, LuAnn 521 d Em! Pin E
too hot to fish, too hot to D Positive No. 7 On Congratulations "The Divas" Winners of Monday 3) Porkclop & Grits 28-20
Summer Rachel Berbert and Barb Gilbertson 4) E Rio 22-26
go birding, and way too three occasions, my nor- 5) Big Lots 21-27
hot to work. Therefore, m ally disgustingly trusty TEAM STA DIG 7 Team N 8s 1-29
I'm doing what all great Bob rnega 12-gauge actually did T STANDIS 8) Team No 1 18-30
Outdoors Columnist AUIT6High Teamn Hdcp. Game: Big Lots 699
thinkers do. I'm thinking. 4 freeze up and jam, grant- Apr G H m Hd. Big Lots 19 9
In this instance I'm think- She viewed labor pains ing me three opportuni- Blurple Dozards 8-4 H e Jay Roberts 16
ing about duck hunting, and the milk teeth of nine ties for legitimate excuses. 2) Just Kidding 19-13 pp
3) All in the Family 18.5-13.5 A-
already looking forward to miniature Labradors as Good thing, too. The 4) Dynamic Duo 14.5-17-5
next season. a comparatively happy guys were getting rather 5) Best Friends 14-18. -TEASTANDM
High Teani Hdcp. Game: Just Kidding 564 AUGUSTS
I may have good reason. alternative. weary of "They were out High Team Hdcp. Series: Just Kidding: 1551
Looking back, I must say Positive No.3 Last of range" and "I'i only3High Game: Janzen Kindelspire 314tuAnn Kindelspire 1) Dominators -'26-10"
Looingba k, m st ay Poit! N 3 ast ofran e" nd "I' o ly 002) The Wesley Crushers 21-15 ,'
last waterfowl season was season, I only stepped into here for the fellowship, High Series: LuAnn 900 Janzen Kindelspire: 791 3) 3 WP"s and a CW" 205-15.5
a good one. "Good," of five stump holes, down anyway." TSoY heT So ) Wherottde 16.5-2.5
course, is a relative term. from the average eight. a Positive No. 8 Open- TEAM STANDINGS 6) Cassle b's 104-25-5
In my case, perhaps "less The water temperature ing day, when the out- AUGUST6 High-Team Hdcp. Game: Whiskey Throttle 1137
High Team Hdcp. Series Whiskey Throttle 2906
bad" is an apt description. was also about degrees board coughed once.and W-L HighGame: Jason Kindelspire 296, Mary Jones 311
In any case, it's good lit- warmer overall. Cuss- burst into flame, it was 1) Jay's Group 34-14 High Series: Ed Pittman 781, Taylor 754
erature. Hemingway said global warming if you raining cats and dogs. The 2) TASBAD 265-21.
it a lot in"For Whom the wish, but it has at least blaze died'down befbreit
Bell Tolls." one positive side. reached the.ammo locker.
However you choose to a Positive Not4- More Besides, it was but a half-
describe it, the past duck birds responded to my mile swim back to the
season has me believing calling than ever before, landing, clear-cut proof
my lot as a waterfowler even without my watching that good things often
may be improving after a single "Duck Dynasty" happen in twos.
all these years. What a episode. The fact that few a Positive No. 9 Con-
relief.For once, this col- of these birds were ducks servation officers actually
umn can be inspired by doesn't iatter.If they'ever checked my game bag
positives, openan owl or cattle-egret six times last year. In the-
a Positive No. 1 Last season, Ill start a guide past, they always ignored
year, I actually downed -service.- me and checked everyone
more-birds than I did over i)PosiiveNo.5 -For else. They also had -the.
the past three seasons a change, I only had to courtesy not tolaugh until
combined. The fact that spend a minimal amount they thought they were
I also spent more shells of time sharing a blind out of hearing range.
and hunted more days is with Cletus Monroe. His a Positive No.10 --My
but a small matter. Be- wife found out.the "Myr-. younger hunting buddies,
lieve me; those two extra tie" he's been spending so for a change, did not bag
ducks supersede all other much time withlately is more ducks than did.
variables. not his next-ddor neigh- Thank heaven for cars, ..THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
n Positive No.2 My. born's bird dog. Under- girls, and other adoles-. New York's Alex Rodriguez walks. back to the dugout after striking out during the game
retriever did not finish standably, my old buddy's cent pleasures that keep against the Detroit Tiger on Friday in New York.
last season in her usual leash has been drastically smart-aleck kids out of the
blue funk, pouting over shortened. Word has it marsh.
the fact that the other Myrtle has been confined Forgive me f6r gloating,
dogs were frolicking and ; to the"kennel" as well. but it trulywas a remark-
swimming and having fun a Positive No, 6 Last able season. Heck, I'might
while she spent days at my season, for the first time in even push my luck this
side watching me S 'is history the wasps-nested year nd, go quai h hunting,
Sherecently had puppies. in the other guy's bind. too.. m e
The.Associated Press he was upbeat and smiling throughout
Marcos Ambro takes Yachatin front of his locker before Sat-
"NEW YORK Alex Rodriguez has a: urday's game. ..
.. ro s. aday off to think about the "overwhelm- "I was having a hard time keeping
ng", reception he received in his season my emotions in check," Rodriguez said
P O debut at Yankee Stadium. of the welcome. "So much better than
U e at .' k i.....A-Rod was not in the New York Yan- 4 even dreamed of. I just felt the love
keeps starting lneupSaturday, about walking around the city. What people
13 hours after string out three'times are screaming, pretty incredible. This
TheAssociatedPress turning a fast lap of 128.241 Clint Bowyer qualified in four at-bats during a 4-3, 10-'inning city is the greatest city in the world."
Imph in the No. 9 Ford for 'second and Michael' Wal- victory over the Detroit Tigers. Rodriguez was booed througbut his.
WATKINS GLEN, 1.Y. Richard Pet- tripA, Racing teammate "u a ysq u r n first three games of the season inChi-
When rai utshortSprit ty Mtors- arin Truex Jr. was third he's coming off an jur manager Joe cago. And he expects to hear plenty for
Cup practice at Watkins ports to. eas- followed by AJAllmend- G said. "If we don'tdiave that late the rest ofthe year. "
Glen Internktional and he fly eclipse inger and Kyle Busch. night, maybe I play him today." "Fr the last 14" years there's always
struggled,.to, find balance the mark of Max Papis, subbing for And what a night it was for Lightning been a mix Do you ever get 100 percent
inhiscar, MarcosAmbrose 127.020 set ;.the injured Tony Stewart Rod. of anything?" Rodriguez asked. "Even
blasted- his team in the ayear ago by in the No. 14, .qualified Coming off January hip surgery, Ro- Chicago was a mix. Boston's going to be
garage. Ambrose Juan Pablo 29th. driguez:played his first game in 1ew a mix well, maybe not Bostbn. But I
"I did- -lose my cool," Montoya. It. Reigning Spiint Cup York since a.horrendous postseason was overwhelmed. Yesterday was a day
Ambrose said. "I -didn't was the 12th track record champion Brad Keselows- -and since appealing the 2il-game dop- I'll never forget."
feel like we mqde enough set this year in qualifying d, in the hunt for a berth ing suspension he was given last week After ,going 0-for-4, A-Rod was lifted
progress' for the race and for the new Gen-6 car. in the Chase for the cham- as part ofthe investigation into a now- for defense in the ninth inning. He had
for qualifying. I just -didn't "It's. a very special mo- pionship, will start eighth, closed Miami anti-aging clinic. no problem with the move, saying he
think it was feeling right. I ment for me. They did while- chase contender He received a mix of cheers and boos trusts Girardi.
just didn't quite feel like we a good job to -calm me Kurt Busch qualified 13th.. throughout; the pregame, and a good Girardi insisted he's only trying to
were good enough." down and not oveireact Hendrick Motorsports number of fans stood and applauded manage a player returning from a seri-
He is now. to what I was saying, and struggled as imme during his first at-bat against Detroit's ous injury. And he has experience.
Ambrose shattered the it worked out really well," Johnson was 18th, Kasey. Rick Porcello. But those cheers quickly Girardi already-has seen star short-
Cup track record: Satur- Ambrose said of his crew. Kahne 19th, .Dale turned to jeers when he struck out. -stop Derek Jeter retur to the disabled
day to win the pole for the "We were catching up all Earnhardt Jr. 25th and Jeff Rodriguez left the ballpark Friday list twice since coming back in July from
Cheez-It 355 on Sunday, day yesterday" Gordon 28th. night without talking to the media, but offseason ankle surgery."
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Golf
Furyk holds lead at PGA
The Associated Press showed its bite, Furyk his short putt spun all the the last two holes quite
bounced back from a slug- way around the back of a feat, indeed for a 67
PITTSFORD, N.Y. -With gish start to seize the top -the cup and fell in for par, that pushed his score to
some clutchputtingatthe spot on the leaderboard. leaving him right in Furyk's 3-under 207. He chipped
end, Jim Furyk headed to giving him another shot at rearview mirror. in at the 18th, pumping his
the final round of the PGA adding to his lone major Stenson had his third fist as he went to retrieve
Championsllp with a one- title in the 2003 U.S. Open. straight round in the 60s his ball.
shot lead. Beginning the day two to set up a shot at giving Over his last 25 holes go-
Furyk shot a 2-under 68 strokes behind Duffner, Sweden its first male ma- ing back to Friday, when it
on Saturday at Oak Hill, Furyk lost even more jor champion. If he can't looked for a.while as if he
capped by an 18-foot birdie ground with bogeys at the do it, maybe it will be Blixt, might miss the cut, Mc-
putt on the tough 17th hole second and third holes. A whose 66 sent him flying Ilroy is 7 under with only
and a gritty putt from the birdie at the par-5 fourth up the standings on a day one bogey.
fringe to save par at No. 18. turned things around, and when a number of players Afteraseason-longslump
The 43-year-old Ameri- he had only one stumble headed the wrong way. that included missing the
-can pumped. his fist em- the rest of the way, a bogey. Matt Kuchar struggled cut at the British Open, he
phatically and headed on No. 15. to a 76 and found himself suddenly looks more like
off to the clubhouse, out Furyk more than made a daunting eight shots be- the player who romped to
front heading to Sunday up for, that miscue with hind. Robert Garrigus fell a record eight-stroke vic-
in a major forthe first time his -finish. Two brilliant back with a 74. U.S. Open tory at Kiawah Island last
since last year's U.S. Open. shots set him for a birdie champ Justin Rose saw his year, earning his second
At Olympic, he lost out at the 17th, the toughest chances of a second mafor major championship.
on his second major title hole-on the course. Then, title slip away with an ugly Phil Mickelson and Ti-
with two bogeys on the last after an errant drive on 18, 77. ger Woods headed in the
threeholes.- he managed to punch one Masters winner Adam wrong direction. *
Furyk was at 9-under out in the fairway, knocked Scott also dealt with some Mickelson, who won at
201. a wedge to the fringe of wayward shots, but he Muirfield just three weeks
Jason Dufner, the 36-hole the green and sank a tricky shook off a double bogey ago, was next-to-last
leader, followed a record- putt he managed to keep at the I6th to get home among the 75 players mak-
tying 63 with aT1 to drop a- on line through the higher with a 72, leavitigthim tied ing the cut after an ugly 78
stroke offthe-pace. grass on the fringe. at 5-under 205 with ageless left him at 10-over 220.
Herik Stehsoiwas 7uri- Dufner made his biggest Steve Stricker (70)., Coming off a seven-
der after a 69 .with fellow mistake of the week so far With so many players strokevictoryattheBridge-
THEASSOCIAT EDPis 'Swede Jonas Blixt another when he dunked his ball in faltering, defending -PGA stone, Woods turned in an-
Jim Furyk celebrates after a birdie on the 18th hole diing the strokeback following a 66. the creek on No. 5, leading champion Rory McIlroy other mediocre round (73)
third round of the PGA Championship at Oak Hill Couiltry Clubi O, warm, sunny day to a double bogey. But. he charged into contention. that ensured another year
on Saturday in Pittsford, N.Y. when Oak Hill finally caught abreak on 18 when The 24-year-old birdied withotta major title.
Oden eay tojoi Heat after long oadback
The Associated Press one pick before three-tiie jump over people. I can't nance for the rest of my interest. That smile reap- other choice is there?"
scoring champion Kevin, do that. Jt's just not going life. I've got to warm up to peared, frustration and Oden said. "IfI take out the
INDIANAPOLIS -- Greg Duralit. He's played 'to- to happen. My, knees, the warm up and then play. I disappointment a distant possibility of getting hurt,
Oden has every reason to tal of 82 NBA games and wear and tear, I under- understand that now." memory, before Oden why would I not play with
be frustrated and disap averaged 9.4points, .3 e- stand that. So, why Miami? San An- answered. the champs?
pointed. The. former No. bounds and-1.4 blacks. "But J'm a play 'as hard tonio, Cleveland, Dallas, "My friends told me, 'If "If LeBron decides to get
1 overall pick out of Ohio "Two years ago ... When as I can.!J'm going to try to New Orleans, Sacramento, you take Out the possibility another ring, I get one too,
State has endured three I was in Portland, there jump ovet.people and I'm and Atlanta all showed of getting hurt again, what now."
micro fracture knee sur- were some dark times fof goingtotry torrihaliday. if
geries, the last in February-me,' Oden s ."Thatwo my bodylets me.I'lldo it."
2012, and hasn't played an' weeks after my:lastsurgery St.Vincent Sports Perfor- NOTICE OFLAND USE CHANGE
NBA game since Dec. 5 ... I was just 'like, 'I don't mance has been the center
2009. .know what's going on. of Oden's rehab, efforts The Marianna Planning & Zoning Board will conduct a public
This was not the career What's goihg to happen?, That's where he trained :to hearing on August 26, 42013at 4:00 p.m., in the City Comrmission
Oden envisioned. Which way is it going to prepare for the 2007 draft Chamnbers located at 2897'Jefferson Street, Mariannh, Florida to
The former Portland go?' with Mike Conley, Jr. and consider the adoption of the following Ordinances:
Trail Blazer, however, was "Two weeks- later I was Carl Landry. Mario Chalm-
all smiles during a press like, 'Tm coming back.' ers, Gordon Hayward, CITY MFOVIARfU Nu
conference at St. Vincent That's what I want to do." Alec Burks and Patrick 1.-Ordinance 1020: An
Sports Performance on Oden has accepted the Patterson have also gone Ordihance amending the
Saturday. He will leave new version of himself. He through the NBApre-draft "
Indianapolis at Monday will no longer overwhelm training program atthe Coprehensive Plan of the Cit
morning after signing a opponents with sheer facility. of Iarianna, specifically City
two-year, $2.173 million dthleticism.-He'll be a role Executive director"Ralph of Marianna initiated (1) text
deal with the two-time de- player off the bench on a ReiffsaidOdenisnolonger amendments to the Future Land
fending champion Miami team.that inches LeB- rehabbing from the sur- UseandInfrastructureElements
Heat. The second year is a ron James, Dwyane Wade, geries. He's fully training to of the Comprehensive Plan
player option. Chris Boshand RayAllen. prepare for the season. The and (2) updates to the'Future
"After three years of be- Oden was thrilled to play Heat had their staff at the
Land Use Map, providing for
ing out,: I'm just going three i consecutive games facility monitoring .Oden
to go out and do what I of full-court, -on-4 last well before he signed. Ev- severability ard for re dealer;
can," Oden said. "If some- week. The goal is simple: eryone knows his states. providing for an effective-date I
how (my body) says no, play basketball again. "My body's just getting*.
then it says no. But for "I'm 25 (years old) now used to playing again,".
me, I'm not even worried ... Ive got an old body," Oden said, "My knees do 2. Ordinance 1021: An 7
about that. Just go play Oden said. "I understand. feelgpod. I'm. able to walk. Ordinance amending the ARINA
and not even think about My body is not going to be I'm running, jumping. I'm Ordinance 81 which adoptedO
that. (like it was) when I was 18 doing everything. the Cit of Marianna Lard
"'ve signed on the dot- and able to run aliday and "It's going to mainte-
ted line, put it like that.Ev' e Development Regulations and
got a contract. As y'all can -Ordinarnce 952, which amended .
see this smile, I've got a s., !'i the City of-Marianna Land ...
contract. I'm excited." w Development.Regulations to
There haven't been many provide for (1) text changes to !
reasons to smile about 91"Part Ill of the City of Marianna-
Oens, rodsinaer Code (Land Development Code);
err-daye s e aee h ~ iam Bowie -.a and. (2) updates to the Zonidig' [ '
bust selected instead of a Map; providing for'severability
Hall of Famer, Bowie was *. and for repealer; providing for.'k
selected No. 2 in the 1984, an effective date. i= -'
one pick before Michael DB... ..... ).. o
Jordan. Oden was. taken
: .3. Such other matters as may come before the Planning &
~Zoning Board.
At this hearing, the Marianna Planning and Zoning Board will
. accept public testimony and will. consider the recommendation of
" i the Comprehensive Plan Amendment and the Amendmeht to the
! Land.,Development. Code.
~AII interested parties are .invited to attend the public hearing and
~comment upon the Amendments or submit their commerits in
~writing to the Marianna City Commission. Further information
concerning the proposed amendments can be obtained from the
Municipal Development Director at City Hall, at 2898 Green Street,
l~. Marianna, Florida, 32446, or by calling (850) 482-2786, between
the hours of 8:00 A.M and 4:30 PM., Monday through Friday,
excluding holidays.
~Please be advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision
Linda Pforte Ins Agcy Inc I'mready to help. .,made by the Marianna City Commission with respectto any matter
Linda Pforte, Agent considered at this hearing, such person will need a record of the
2919 Penn Avenue There's never a good time proceedings, and for this purpose such person may need to ensure
Marianna, FL 32448 for an accident to happen. But that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which r-ecord
Bus: 850-482-3425 when it does, you can count on includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is
me to be there quickly so you based. The City of Marianna does not provide or prepare such
can get your life back to recordl pursuant to FS. 286.0105.
-normal.
GET TO A BETTnER STATE". In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons
CALL ME TODAY. with disabilities needing a special accommodation to participate
t l[,,J[ ___ n 'in this proceeding should contact the City Clerk at City Hall,. at
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Dear Annie: I've always known that my would surely be a lot less expensive to LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) CU gMI being treated for mental
husband's widowed mother runs his insure. Though you are likely jL-1Ip health issues.
life. She picks out his clothes and even RETIRED ARCHITECT IN DAYTON, to be an "old softy," today z The decision byVen-
decided which house we should buy. Of OHIO you mfght have to be a bit tura County Superior
course, it's about a half-mile from hers. Dear Dayton: We have no idea why more thick-skinned than OXNARD, Calif. -A Court Judge Glen M.
I thought after we married I'd have a people build homes with particular usual. judge granted-the moth- Reiser came more
more prominent place in his life. Wrong! materials in places prone to fires, earth- VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. er of Amanda Bynes a than two weeks after
Every decision is still made by his moth- quakes, floods, hurricanes and other 22) It isn't likely that temporary conservator- Bynes, 27, was invol-
er. He acts as if I'm not smartenough. natural disasters. We assume it has to do you will appreciate being ship on Friday to make untarily.committed to
Meanwhile, his mother completely with the cost, the use of natural materials told what to do and how decisions about her a psychiatric hospital
ignores me. She plans holiday gatherings and a specific preference for the aesthet- to do it, so avoid those -'daughter's treatment in after months of erratic
and everything else with no regard for ics. Ifwe hear anything different, we'lllet who try to impose their case the former child behavior.
my preferences or schedule. She calls his you know. ways on you. actress is released from
cellphone constantly. I think it's rude. He UBRA (Sept 23-Oct. 23) facility where she is From wire reports
thinks its normal. Diar Annie* "Concerned Nana" was Someone you know
I'm seriously thinking'about taking our worried about her 4-year-old grand- socially could tury out to ACROSS 51 Dozing Answer to Previous Puzzle
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prised by people who marry and expect be sending little Jill with Grandma.telling 'ing matter of impor- Longoria products RDEA D EIOEM
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COflege FootbaBl
Ray Lewis Ill following dad's path at Miami
The Associated Press Chickillo is a freshman on Lewis' quotes "Effort
this year's team. Freshman is between you and you"
CORAL GABLES -For quarterback Kevin Olsen is printed atop one of
Miami freshmail Ray Lewis is the brother of Carolina the walls.
III, there is no escaping his Panthers tight end Greg "That part is a little
father's shadow. Olsen, who starred at Mi- strange," Lewis III said,
The kid doesn't nind that ami. Wide receiver Greg laughing a bit.
reality, either. Golden, another fresh- Miami quarterback Ste-
Ray Lewis' name and im- man, is the riephew of phen Morris was one of
age are on the fence that Hurricanes head coach Al the players who hosted
surrounds- the Hurricanes' Golden and the son of Lewis III on his recruiting
practice field. His words Greg Golden Sr., a Miami visit, and cam6 away from
are displayed along one of walk-on during the How- .-that duly impressed.
the walls of the team's new ard Schnellenberger era. "He's a great kid," Morris
locker room. His resume "It's my dream school," said. "Obviously, he comes
two-time Super Bowl win- Greg Golden said. from a great family. He has
ner, 13-time Pro Bowler, So for many Hurricanes, a lot of principles already
quite possibly the greatest this season will be a family instilled in him. Com-
inspirational-speech-giver affair. ing from a family like Ray
of all time -- is known by And for Lewis III, it might Lewis'family, he's very dis-.
just about anyone who fol- be particularly special now ciplined. On the field, he's
lows football. that hes at his mother's EASSCADPRESS athletic. I'm excited to see
Now his son is getting alma mater and that his Ray Lewis III talks with the media during media day Friday in Coral Gables. what he's going to become.
into the family businss..father wh retired after Overall, he's a really good
Lewis III decided@ follow -lst, season -will have school days at Lake Mary "He's an NFL Hall of Fam- in the locker room, there kid who's just tryingto find
his father's college ge,-path" more time than ever to see Prep near Orlando, Fla., er. He's done great over his hasn't been much talk his way here, and he will."
and enroll at Miami, where himplay.- collecting nearly. 1,900 lifetime." about his famous father, Just like his father did, a
he's learning how-to play Ray Lewis was around yards as a senior there. But at Miami, at least even though one of 'Ray generation ago.
defensive back and isn't the Hurricanes at times
even listed on the team's during the summer, when'
most recent depth chart. they were going through
But there will be plenty of 7-on-7 drills to get ready
intrigue in how he' devel- for training camp; andhsi
ops with the Hurricanes, son said he savored the ex-
more because ofhis sur- perience of having his did
name than anything else around his new team.
-- though he insists that "The one thing I can tell
it's not a burden to carry you about Ray-Ray is he
his father's name around. is a learner," Al Golden
"If I let it, I feel like it said. "He is a learner: He
could," Lewis III said Fri- is a football kid; he really
day'at the, team's media is. I mean, everythingyou
day -"but my mom did a- teach him, he learns and
great job raising me and I he improves. Now, he's got
feel like she never let that along way to go because
get to me, either. I already he doesn't have the num-
knowthere's goingto be ex- ber of reps over his whole
pectations. I know people career playing that post-
are going to expect a lot. tion and the comfort level, ....
People are going to think but he's alearher and just
a lot., People are, going to: a guy Who figures things
make assumptions before out."
they even get to know me. Ray Lewis has talked
But: like I'said, if I let that several times in recent
get.,to me, I woul't be months about :the sym-
playing." metry of it all, how his last Complete this form and ,send it along, with the favorite photo of your student to:
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ers with family trees that Francisco came in the
have deep, long-standing same week that his son SuetNm
Hurricane roots. sigfied with Miami. Special 1Message
Defensive, end Antho, "Everybody. knows my Submitted ne Number
ny Chickillo is a third- dad is an NFL icon, sa id
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Qatar hits back at English
EAsoWe deserve WCup
The Associated Press winter months in Qatar, the the extreme heat by build-
English Premier League is ing air-conditioned stadi-
LONDON Insisting firmly against any chang- ums, but potential health
they deserve the chance es that would disrupt its concerns remain for play-
to stage the World Cup, August-May season. ers, fans and officials trav-
Qatar's football leaders FIFA President Sepp eling around the country
on Saturday hit back at Blatter recently agreed that an issue the organizers
their English counterparts his executive committee didn't address Saturday..
for suggesting that FIFA should consider in Octo- "The development of
consider taking the, 2022 ber whether the showpiece "environmentally -friendly
tournament away from the event should be moved cooling technologies is an:
desert nation. to the winter, having de- important legacy issue for
New English Football As- scribed a summer tourna- our nation, region and- in
sociation chairman Greg ment in Qatar as "not ra- countries with similar cli-
Dyke incensed the Qataris tional and reasonable." mates,",the statement said
by arguing that the. heat "We have always main- after Dyke questioned how --
in the tiny emirate could tained that this issue re- air conditioning stadiums
be "very dangerous" and quires the agreement of fits with a '"green policy."
calling on FIFA to find a the international football Oil-wealthy Qatar suc-
new location for'the World community," the Qatar, cessfully saiW off rival bids
Cup or anger European statement .said. 'A.deci- from the United States,
leagues by rescheduling it sion to alter the dates of Japan, South Korea and
in winter. the 2022 FIFA World Cup Australia to land the World
Concerns about Qatar's would not affect our infra- Cup, allowing FIFA to take
plans have mounted since structure planning." the tournament to a new
its bid surprisingly tri- Qatar planned to counter frontier.
umphed in 2010 despite
being declared !high risk" .
by FIFAs own inspection
team, which highlighted
the sweltering sunuer
heat in the Persian Gulf,
where temperatures can
hit 50 degrees Celsius (120 ..
Fahrenheit).
But the Qataris on Sat- V
urday insisted that they
could deliver football's
diggeEst, and'that the
of o te the "right SAN
decornt thaeis
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popular sport in, the Mid- "- ,..
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of our region deserve the :
opportunity to :have his-"" -
tory made in their part"
of the world;" the. Qatar,
World Cup supreme com-
mittee said in a statement
to The Associated Press.
"We are conmmitted to de-
livering on the proinises 15th
we made in our successful
bid.Wea host in
summer or winter."'c m gs la eJi
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S.E. ALABAMA KENNEL CLUB 12 ft.tall130 gal. www.NFCH.org a/or application to: /2 I W i Malone, CH/A, No pets, secirit
G oo M an ers O edie ce, :I o nt a n ersEm ail dblount+nfch +org. 1neg., Section 8 ok. 850-594-9991 or 850-557-
A Confirmationdcasses, $69.95 buy 2 (ase) 415-8106 or Fax (ase) 638-0622 3BR 2BA, Mobile Home nice total elec. on pave
$50. for 6 weeks q et one FREE Smoke and Drug Free Campus. E0E adsede Io ngs0mow +ep. 80638-7 ur-
Raily /Agility Intro. S75. ILive Oaks, Crape Myrtle, aC WM R
,+'-Shots required 4. Cherry tLaurel & Magnolias We LmlkRALESAE R
starting September 10th By appointment .. ..,,,,m,,,.,,m-.;,,,,m,
Call 334-190-6226 or 334-299-3315
Or 850-547-2370 4 334-692-3695 Freeol mhos obn~nl
Sudoku.
8 9 4 6 Complete the grid so each row, column and FSBO: 4BR/3BA1,79 E. Lily st Hartford.3000SF
7 6 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contains every digit Lau n im fireplace,52 ca-arage, sreen
1,o9.Frstaeien o o.ov Sdkclosing and $450 home warranty. 334-470-9407
visit www.sudoku.org~uk. Great Starter Home
. '5 ......... +... ,. 2Solution to last Sunday's puzzle of storage inside/out.
* *****Appi & plumbing like new,
6...o- 7 8 5 2 3 4 1 9 6 CH&A, tanklesswater
",.. heater, gas auto generator, 2 shed and carport
1 2 3 7 6 9 4 8 5 with good lighing. $189,0call50-849-4530
654 91 34 65
3 6 2 1 5 7 9 4 8 2007 26 t. Carolina Skiff and dual axietrailer ,
3 6 8 7150 hp Yamaha 4-stroke engine, hydraulic
5 4 7 8 9 6 3 1 2 anchor, Bimini Top, 2 deck chairs, rated 8per-
. sons, kept inside dry storage at Pirates Cove
6 9 1 3 7 2 4Marinna, Panama City $13,500 (334)714-7129
19I Stratos Bass Boat, 201 Pro XL w/Trailer, 2003
~Evinrude 225 h.p. (low hours), Trolling motor,
' GPS, 2 Depth finders, extra. SS Prop., Built in
2 3 1 4 7 8 5 6 9 Battery Charger. Lots of Extras, Excellent con-
dition, garage kept. Must see! 58,495 229-334-
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l Blue Fin Bass
1998 Elimator All
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Boat, 50 HP force
engine, galvan- 1
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tires, all in very
live well boxes, 4 R
new seats, new Humminbird fish finder $3,995
OBO 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998
Quantum 1989 17ft., Fish-N-Ski, w/85hp Force
Motor, AM/FM, CB, depth finder, trolling motor, I. I WR WA HN INDO II
power-tilt, trailer, live wells, low hours, good
condition, $3,500 334-355-1373 SHIVER PRESSURE W ASHIN1G El i i iCall For Quote
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-omes Bars,.Sidewalks, etc. 5
Fleetwood 1998 PaceArrow uianteed sore s H e o eria
34' Sleeps 6,23k miles, 2 86 f6 9 R
AC units, 4 new tires. Clean 2847 Jffersn St., Maranna
and well taken care of and ..0: (866) 992-5333 *CS50) 4 482-6542
under shelter. Selling due
to health problems. $17,500 m1i[k[eLh : .
or will trade for pickup of equal value. Ca1l334-
797-6803 and leave message. T L Ca l
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Backhoe VWork & Underground Utiities Xour one i
Ph = ) 4W.... Office (850) 526-2852 3976 Highway 90 W "
(classic cars) 1992 Cadillac Allante 2 ) 4442 Fax 850) 526-85 396 Highway3O 8ofc.
convertible, new computer, new tires, clean,
good condition, 68K miles, white/black top. HA' D WORKER
$4495. (334)714-7129 / 334-702-7917 [ Q Gige Harris
2004 Nissan Titan LE PRESSURE WASHIM SERVICE o /or 'n mERLE O MA n .
crew cab (full four door), PAImme mK -X4.
BERAL CARPEIRY MD MORE Gerald Gause & Lee M. Gause owners
coldA/C Rockford Fosgate 850.557.2924 Highway 90 East. PO Box 896 Marianna, FL 32447 mg hasrleotmanstudiocom
premium sound system, 6 850.209.9373 phone (850) 482-5056 toll free (888) 482-5056 4451 Lafayette Street
disc CD changer & auxilary ushomes32446@yahoo.com wwy.usmobilehomesales.com Mariana, Florida 32446
input, tow mode powerI BRE
locks & windows. Leather, 2nd row separate iWest Florida Electric
audio, new battery, 121k mi. $10,900. 618-2507 LAWN SEReVICESeane Enern?
Rene'sHeadquarters, Inc, &Tuc eEnmergCooperidve 4S&
2012 Sma Car Cnveible" Hair an Tan Saoi, Affordable Lawn Care --.s---
11000 miles, like new, factory Hor L n a
warranty, A/C, A/T, heated seats 4482 Lafayette St., Mariasima, FL Low Overhead=Low Prices ... ,
2012IbSmart CarSeConvertible92Hw 9
and much more. Asking only 850.482.7895 850-263-3813 850-849-1175 .... ... P., "' F16....
$14,995.00 Call 334 701-5129 5406 1oth st, Malone, FL .(800) 342-7400 or 1-855-r4wfeca
Chevrolet 2012 Sonic LTZ Turbo: Victory red, 4 n85e56ot.25n5rlink. 850o. 5 6 .
door, loaded with leather interior, sunroof, un-
der 10k miles, bought new in April 2013, 40 JCEffff df
MPG, mint'condition $17,000. Call 334-347-1072 ..your full rvi&8tmsgift shop
8.8 Soundtc MachineINUAC
SDodge 2002 Grand Caravan 11DJAnyovasias 850-372-4456
Sport, Taupe. Power driver WeddingReception chael D. Smith, oer- g-
0 Private & Crepaay Parties 2 1 fl efers t S M rianna, FL 1 32446
seat, power windows, i& m I291 eron s*Ma a, L32
locks. A/C. Heater works m a9 Ae Ca h ildrenis (1tiYoCor) r .tS 1s
great frontand rear, .,..DJ Cricket- Lights, Fog, & Bobbles Avail.
850.260.4363 0 Interaetive Crowd Gasses Avail._"__'_.
AM/FM/tape/CD, towing pkg, roof rack, front Info@ejsoundmachine.com www:ejsoundmchine.com I help safe drivers
cloth bucket seats 2 rows bench seats. Runs. DJCricket@ejsoundmachine.cdm Visit us on Facebookil"
& rides well. High highway mileage 266K, good .save 45% or more.
gas mileage. $2,200. 334-696-4767 CLENII & HOIG
GMC ~ Ykon RETA SANGLEY
SGMC 2001 Yukon XL Denali -f-Astate.
:Zr Burgundy w/beige leather, Pri .... "~ann AllstateIPOVMNT i I
interiorand heated seats. Ho s or. __
Front and rear AC controls, HAPP ....=o er ... .
equipped with Bose 6 CD changer system. I
Comes with tinted windows and rear defogger HOME E A IR, .-
also has third row seats and is fully 6oded. WE'R BEAT ANY PRICE! 21ooe
Has keyless entry and security 'system in place. 85. Big Or Small Jobs WELCOME Cell:. 85'0 26-9077
It has 284,306 miles mostly highway and it is a Lo.ule -0/c:______2______
good family vehicle. $4,500. 850-5261819 O-Ier 8 Cl: 8 -27266 4 5O arket' -'st.
GOT BAD CREDIT? O C -dro www.ReFdaprt .
CO M ERcaAn: alan,
4 SO Down/1st Paymrent,. COMMERCIAL' 4854 Dogwood Dr
Tax, Tag & Title Pass CLEANING ariann a, FL 32446
RepopassbankruptcCleaning isOurObsession (850) 728-3832 Beautification of Your Home"
k Ask about $75 ................. ...... ............... Carpentry/Painting Installations C POL PROPANE GAS COMPANY
-i ~, slwcrdta oedcamime C 5 C eanlngciyalioe .pow'CP L
monthly FREE GAS GIVEAWcdcommcal cleanlngfeya m BOl &RJE Furniture Repair & Refinishing o w r n
Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 General Repairs Insued Locally Owned.& Operated Since 1961
.L Gea l R ep Old CottondRd Madanna -526261 Sc al-
Lexus 2000 GS 300 gi Jr OId seeds.
Goldw/tan leather interi- LN C_ F SEast'SneadS 593@0 r. sor sal. e
on w/Air.,nrf al owr HELT SEVIE H lwW4 6 7444 r es.
or. Air, sunroof, all power, Dozer and Excavation Work. 20 Ii luntstwn- 67440 Tanks for Sate
AM/FM/CD, 100k miles. Ponds Road Building Demolition
Excellent condition. $10,000 firm. Call 671-8178 Pine Tree Planting Herbicide Spraying 0,SI
Mercury Grand Marquis 2004 113K miles, runs Fire Line Plowing Burning A
good, cold air, light brown in color. $5000. 8*layT e,,"64o02n
850-638-1947 clayslandclearing@griail.com ,
Convertible. Caris ingreat o ar a M
condition. 77k miles. and Much More!
$8,500. Call 334-792-1580 Je ]iI[ 52
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- 2002 Harley Davidson Ultra AUTO CLINI
ClassicElectra Glide. OF MARIANNA, INC.
Loaded. Custom purple/ Complete Automotive Service Center .. gen ouc
black paint. Chromed out. Complete Line of Bools Outboard Engine Repairs f h ou
blac paint. Chromed out. .. of Sympathy.-& understanding
Garaged. 14,750 miles. 4145 Lafyelte Slreet i Monna, Floida 32446
In excellent condition. RYAN McLAUIN MICHAEL KRISER (850) 482-6632.
SxlcsRepresnr~rtat (Daddy Doc) Fax: (850)'482-6607 ._
$13,500. Call 334-792-8701 or 714-4548. l re50)e4824043 d Aie Castleberry
Harley Davidson 2004 Sportster 1200 Roadster: F(850) 482-5246 Nail Techhiciarr/Esthtician
20k miles $6,000 OB0. Call 334-588-3677 TouFts(866) 587-3673 RONNIE CO*LEY. a
CEt(850)557-8927 . SalesRepresntative mms-,,0 ..lr,
Honda 2006 VTX 1300RS: CHIPOLA FORD www.cHIPOLAFORD.COM I 850) 482-403 iae. ~,tP
I Fix(85.0)482-5 46
black, like new, water 4242 IAFAYEm ST MARAA, FL 32446 To 86 33 Located inside Merle Norman Day Spa
cooled, shaft drive, only CEUIa(850)S73-8731 : Phone850-209-7902
'1-" 4481 Latayeotto Street
7200 original miles $5,000. JOHNALIEN CHIPOLA FORD www.COmo.co"
Call 34-68-616 JOHALLEN .. .Mad.i...na, Florida 32446
CemfiedSalesConrsulant 4242 IAFAYETTE ST MARIANA, FI, 32446
Suzuki 2005 Burgman O1c(850) 4824043 ___ _
Suzuk2005Burgman Fx(850)482-5246 KV NELSON
400 automatic motorcycle, Tou 1s8661587-3673 K SalesReprLsentad're
blue, water cool engine & CHIPOLA FORD www.ctso.co,, ost
fuel injected. exc. cond. 4242 LAFAYETT ST" MARIAMNNA, FL 32446 Ft(850)482-5246
4,000 miles, adult owned, TouFm(866) 587-3673
$2,500. 50 mpg city. Cmttaatte0)272-1302
334"797-4070. s : : CHIPOLA FORD "womq POL'coM
Yamaha 2006 V-Star 1100 custom, red in color, FRONT END 4242 LAFAYEmE ST MAlANA,FL 32446
lots of chrome, windshield $4900. 334-618-2068. TIRE SERVICE .
.5- Craid Bard SMARTER BOLDER. FASTER
2984 Dekie Street.* Mariana, FL 32448 CernfiedSaxsConsulat s~ v s~oLns noracanes
Eddie Bauer 2010 Explorer, 21K miles, all leath- 850-526-4706 0r(s850)4824043 f, "5SO5 C '',
er inside, like showroom condition, can be seen COBB'S-2Tot e866) 587-3673 -i w.-da..
at 518 E Barbour St. between 10AM-4PM week- COBB'S 2 camtsta 50) ss73444 on OIiFOrh (.,.
days, $23,500 334-616-7272 4167 Lafayette Stree innar oL L. CPOLA FORD www.roco. -.
Ford 2003 Expedition, 850-482-2028 4242 LAFAYEm ST MAIANA, FL 32446D
Eddie Bauer Edition, "Not fultA Front End Shop" DebbfW JI2 Ro
$5999.99. Call 334-984- We can take care ofALLYOLR AUTO NEEDS KENNY FOLSOM a a o ..u,
2015. Hours: Monday-Friday 7:00a 5:00Pu SalesRepresetalive
WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS!! Or0(850)482-4043 Please Call Direct Line or Text
tr12Kmlsgod-Fax(850)482-5246 850.209.8039
Suzuk 2006 Grand Vitara 125K miles, good TotFan(866) 587-3673 debbieroneysmith@embarnail.com
cond. great little compact SUV $5800. Caat(850)482-1434 Business Locatien F
33.71897..~ ~ -~ C IOL F R ww~n'uot~o 4630 Hwy 90 Manianna, F] 32446 '-/:
334-791-8977. C H RYs- CHIPOLA FORD M.CHOR .COM-
Toyota 19964 Runner, 4242 LFAYETI ST MARNA, FL 32446
100,000 miles on motor& IIIIIII
transmission, new tires, E S I A N aI*I
A/C & heat, nice vehicle, Bob Pforte Dodge, Inc.
9.9.Cal 34-84 4214 Lafayette Street Marianna Flonda 32446 SE I
$2599.99. Call 334-984- 1850) 482-4601 1800) 483-1440 '1fJ!) i W,'~ 10x12 WIT 1RAMP
2015. www bobpfor-ledodgle.com Cuse See us Pao Al Yaom Cac TnrdoMedasncl Needs!, $1.99500
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BOX TRUCK 2004 Frieghtllner M-2 26 ft. with g, Moniz -,20one r n ewMEa FLM R
attic, air brakes, cat engine, 6 sp. trans. _______________________
26,000 gvwr, 195K miles, exc. cond. $14,500.8O- 3- 86Illddt[
r4,,. 9 ienginec..850-693-6686 NEW&USEDTIRES .
e 1994 Pi e r lincolor, cmoniz' r4@gmail com
Chevy 19.100 -usivrncoo, All Meior Appliances : i r
147,700 miles, For more information _________
Call: 850-579-4303. Same Da /Next Day Service TRIPLE
Chevy 2003510 Ea/exCySrvc TR PL 85-56
AM/FM/CD. 100k miles.
In excellent condition. HEAING
Can be seen atthe Roundabout Golf Course. COOLING
$6,300 firm. Call 699-5771 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEK SERVICE e
Dodge 1998 Ram 1500: Quad cab, loaded, heavy SALES INSTALLS DUCT CLEANING
duty towing package, camper shell included, 850.526.1700
low.miles, less than 100k miles $4,500 OBO. 0 850-762-8666 Hours: Mon-Fri 7-5 Sat 7-1
Call 334-793-1946 or 334-618-0583 850-899-3259 2978 Pierce Street (behind Tim's Florist)




Ford '03 Ford Pacer Bus: for sale to the highest has provided reasonable assurance that opera- OF-WAY OF STATE ROAD NO. 6; THENCE IN A EQUABLE ASCENT FINANCIAL LLC; UNKNOWN
bidder. The bus may be seen at Dothan Adult tion of proposed equipment will not adversely SOUTHERLY DIRECTION, RUN ALONG THE PERSON(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
Care Center, 795 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, Ala- impact air quality and that the project will EASTERN BOUNDARY OF SAID STATE ROAD NO. PROPERTY;
bama. Sealed bids must be sent to Wiregrass comply with all appropriate provisions of Chap- 6 TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE SAID Defendants.
Rehabilitation Center, 795 Ross Clark Circle, ters 62-4, 62-204, 62-210,'62-212, 62-213, 62-296 LEWIS LOT; THENCE RUN EAST, A DISTANCE OF
and 62-297, F.A.C. The Permitting Authority 285.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
Dothan, Alabama, by August 30, 2013, by 4:00 will issue h Final Permit in accordance with the
p.md If you have questions, contact Mona conditions of the proposed Draft Permit unless LESS AND EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Meadows (334) 792-0022, Ext. 283. a timely petition for an administrative hearing Judgment of Foreclosure dated July 17th, 2013
Ford 1995 F-150 XLT is filed under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S., BEGIN AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE and entered in Case No. 32-2012-CA-000585, of
Supercab, loaded, V-8, or unless public comment received in accord- LEWIS LOT SITUATED IN THE NORTHEAST COR- the Circuit Court of the 14th Judicial Circuit in
Automatic, new tires, ance with this notice results in a different deci- NER OF THE INTERSECTION OF STATE ROAD and for JACKSON County, Florida. BANK OF
wheels, bed liner, 75,000 sion or a significant change of terms or condi- NO. 6 AND THE SINK CREEK AND ALLIANCE AMERICA, N.A. is Plaintiff and DANA BRANNON
miles, like new condition, tions. ROAD; THENCE RUN NORTH, A DISTANCE OF A/K/A DANA H. BRANNON F/K/A DANA H.
$6400. Call 334-790-7959. 100.00 FEET TO AN IRON STAKE; THENCE RUN COULLIETTE; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DANA
2006 Ranger XL, Eco- Comments: The Permitting Authority will ac- WEST, A DISTANCE OF 314.05 FEET TO RIGHT- BRANNON A/K/A DANA H. BRANNON F/K/A DA-
nomica 2.3 4RclinerE- cept written comments concerning the pro- OF-WAY OF STATE ROAD NO. 6; THENCE RUN ,NA H. COULLIETTE; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN
nomica2.34cylinder,*au- posed Draft Permit for a period of 14 days from SOUTH ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY, A DIS- POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY;
tomatic, 68,000 miles; the date of publication of this Public Notice. TANCE OF 100.00 FEET TO AN IRON STAKE; WEST FLORIDA ELECTRIC A/K/A WEST FLORI-
clean, $7380. Call 334- Written comments must be received by the- THENCE RUN EAST, A DISTANCE OF 263.05 FEET DA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION,
790-7959. Permitting Authority by close of business (5:00 TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. INC.; EQUABLE ASCENT FINANCIAL LLC; are
Ford 197 Ford Pacer Bus: for sale to the highest p.m.) on or before the end of the 14-day period. defendants. I will sell to the highest and best
bidder. The bus may be seen at Enterprise If written comments received result in a signifi- ALL OF THE ABOVE PROPERTY BEING MORE bidder for cash AT THE NORTH DOOR, at 4445
Adult Care Center, 106 Douglas Brown Circle, cant change to the Draft Permit, the Permitting PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: LAFAYETTE STREET, MARIANNA in JACKSON
Auenter 6Dula s must be sent Authority shall revise the Draft Permit and re- County, FLORIDA 32446, at 11:00 A.M., on the
to Wiregrass Rehabilitaatio Center, 795 Ross quire, if applicable, another Public Notice. All COMMENCE AT A SPIKE-NAIL MARKING THE 22nd day of August, 2013, the following descri-
Clar ires Dothanblaioamaener, by A s comments filed will be made available for pub- SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SECTION 29, TOWN- bed property as set forth in said Final Judg-
Clark Circle, Dothan, Alabama, byAugust 30, lic inspection. SHIP 3NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST, JACKSON ment, to wit
2013, by 4:00 p.m. If you have questions, con- COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE RUN NORTH
tact Mona Meadows (334) 7920022, Ext. 283. Petitions: A person whose substantial inter-- 88011'11" WEST, A DISTANCE OF 1250.14 FEET LOTS 8, 15 AND 16 OF BLOCK B OF AN UNRE-
Tractor Yanmar Diesel 1986 with bush hog & ests are affected by the proposed permitting TO A5/8" IRON ROD AND CAP (PSM 4952) CORDED PLAT OF PROPERTY OWNED BY HAR-
rebuilt engine, runs great! $3200. decision may petition for an administrative MARKING THE INTERSECTION OF THE NORTH- OLD T. SALE AND BEATRICE P. SALE, AND MORE
Call Dean 334-983-3164. hearing in accordance with Sections 120.569 ERLY RIGHT-dF-WAY LINE OF ALLIANCE ROAD PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
and 120.57, F.S. The petition must contain the ANDTHE EASTERLYRIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
information set forth below and must be filed STATE ROAD NO 71; THENCE RUN NORTH COT 8, BLOCK B
with (received by) the Department's Agency 26o32'06" WEST, ALONG SAID EASTERLY COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
Ford 2003 Windstar Clerk in the Office of General Counsel of the RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD NO. 71, A THE NORTHWEST ONE QUARTER OF THE
Minivan 3.8L,-V-6 7 Department of Environmental Protection at DISTANCE OF 309.91 FEET TO A 1/2" IRON ROD NORTHEAST ONE QUARTER OF SEGTION 28,
passenger, 2 rows bench 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail Station 140 ID)- SAID IRON ROD BEING THE POINT OF TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 7 WEST, JACKSON
seat, fantastic cloth #35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000 (Tele- BEGINNING; THENCE RUN NORTH 27039'25" COUNTY, FLORIDA, THENCE NORTH 89 DE-
interior, 900 mile on phone: 850.245.2241).- Petitions filed.- by any WEST,-ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY GREES 12 MINUTES WEST 2581.3 FEET TO AN
NEW transmission persons other than those entitled to Written INE, DISTANCE OF 58.45 FEET TO A 1/2" EXISTING CONCRETE MARKER, THENCE NORTH
April 2013, 151,000 miles, power driver seat, notice under Section 120.60(3), F.S., must be IRON Rob AND CAP (PSM 2142); THENCE RUN 00 DEGREES 06 MINUTES WEST 869.3 FEET TO
power windows, lock, Dual A/C AM/FM/CD,,i filed within 14 days of publication Of this Public NORTH 26*26'57" WEST, ALONG SAID EASTER- AN IRON PIPE, THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 23
Roof Rack, Hatchback, great gas mileage Notice or receipt of written notice, whichever ;LY IGHT-OF-WAY LINE, A DISTANCE OF 110.00 MINUTES EAST 395.27 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE
$3,900. OBO 334-479-0232 occurs first. Under Section 120.60(3),F.S., how- FEET TO A 1/2" IRON ROD AND CAP (PSM AND CALL THIS THE POINT OF BIGINNING,
Ford005 F a S4 Ever, any person who asked the Permitting.Au- 2142); THENCE LEAVING SAID EASTERLY, THENCE NORTH.00 DEGREES 37 MINUTES EAST
Ford 2005 FreestarSE Van: Handicap,9bige thority for-notice ofageticy action may file a: -RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, RUN THENCE SOUTH 150.0 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE ON THE SOUTH
with clothinterior, 85k miles, equipped with petition withii4 i ayof receipt of that notice, 8926'41" EAST, A DISTANCE OF 434.36 FEET TO RIGHT OF WAY OF A GRADED STREET, THENCE
VMI system, very clean, ne,w fuel pump, new regardless of the date'of lpblication. A peti- A 1/2" IRON ROD AND CAP (PSM 2142); THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 23 MINUTES EAST ALONG
tires, rebuilt trans, garage kept, cold AC,.tie tioner shall mail a copy of the petition to the RUN SOUTH 26037'50" EAST, A DISTANCE OF SAID RIGHT OF WAY 100.0 FEET TO AN IRON
down system. $18,995 NEG., Call 334-301-6064 applicant at the address indicated above, at 110.00 FEET.TO A 1/2 IRON ROD AND CAP PIPE, THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 37 MINUTES
or334e301-0988 or 334-301!.204 the time of filing. The failure of any person to -(PSM 6525); THENCE RUN NORTH 89048'52" WEST 150.0 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE, THENCE
file a petition within the appropriate time peri ".WEST,.A DISTANCE OF 93.40 FEET TO.A1/2" NORTH 89 DEGREES 23 MINUTES WEST 100.0
LW-A~ I~l AUTOS-] od shall constitute a waiver of that person's IRON ROD AND CAP (LB 1355); THENCE RUN FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. CONTAINS
* ight tr lu dtieg dariitrative detri na- SOUTH 00022'08" WEST, A DISTANCEOF 44.24 0.34 ACRES MORE OR LESS
15T PlACE TO CALL. FOR Al OF tion (he arinagirider Sections 120.569 and! FEET TO A 1/2" IRON ROD (NO ID);,THENCE
YOURTOWING NEEDS, 120.57, F.S., or to interverid intis pro,eding RUN SOUTH 89*18'35" WEST? A DISTANCE OF LESS A RIGHT OF WAY EASEMENT TO GULF
and participate as party to it. Any subse-i 313.85 FEET TO THEPOINT OF BEGINNING. POWER COMPANY INDICATING NO WI TH BUT
'qen l nitv iii rbceedingeinitiated y THE RIGHT TO MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE.
:- another party)willbe only attieaplirovalof" ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE
AUTO -rBODY &RE KCi A the presiding officer upon therfiling of a notion SURPLUS FROMfHE SALE, IFIANY, OTHER ALSO:
PAYINo TOPboLLAR FOR JNIQQARS IR Compliance with Rule 286-106.205, F.A.C.. THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE LOT 15, BLOCK B
Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624. OF THELIS PENDENS.MUST FILE A CLAIM COMMENCE'AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT
. Smptitionat disputes the material facts on WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. MARKING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE
which the Perrnittirg Atthority's action is NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST
ba nker based tmrdstcontain the following information: If you are a person with a disability who needs QUARTER OF SECTION 28, TONNSHIP 4 NORTH,
g'e OlrJ e (a) Theatmeand address of each agency af- any accommodation in order to participate in RANGE7 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
We b rocked Cars fected and each agency's file or identification this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to AND RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 07 MINUTES 30
de Fn y rEcke. atr number,.ifknown; (b) The name, address and -you, to the provision of certain assistance. SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE WEST BOUNDARY
and armeqt p tplephbrie -number of the petitioner; the name Pleasecontact the ADA Cootdinator by Mail at OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTH-
address and telephone number of the petition- P.O.Bo 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 at (850) WEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 28, 671.42
$250 &401BpletetarS her's fepresefitaie, ifany, Which shall be the :747-5338, atleast seven (7) days before your FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENTON THE
CAL 334]-702-4323013 46285 ir .address fbr service purposes during the course scheduled court appearance, or immediately NORTH RIGHT4OF-WAY LINE OF SUELLEN
CALL..3.-7 ...... ar.134-71 r -i of the proceeding; and an explanation of how upon receiving this notification if the time be- STREET, THENGESOUTH 89 DEGREES 23 MI-
the'petitioner's substantial rights will. be af- fdre thescheduled appearance is less than sev- NUTES 00 SECOhDS'EAST, ALONG SAID RIGHT-
fected by the agency determination; (c) A en (7), days. If you are hearing impaired, call OF-WAY LINE, 346.07 FEET TO AN IRON ROD
statement of when and how the petitioner re- 711. FOR A POJNT OF BEGINNING, THENCE FROM
ceived notice of the agency action or imposed SAID POINT OF BEGINNING RUN NORTH 00 DE-
decislori (d)A statement of all disputed issues /s/ Dale Rabon Guthrie GREES 37 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST 197.58
of material fact. If there are none, the petition CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT FEET TO AN IRON ROD, THENCE SOUTH 89 DE-
must so state; (e) A concise statement ofthe Jackson County, Florida GREES 23 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST 173.29
ultiheate facts allege specific FEET TO AN IRON ROD, THENCE SOUTH 00 DE-
facts the petitioner contends warrant reversa /s/Tqmmy Bailey G
wrt AGREES 37 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST 197.58
or modification of the agency's proposed ac- DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT FEET TO AN IRON ROD ON'THE SOUTH RIGHT-
tion; (f) A statement of the specific rules or OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SUELLEN STREET,
statutes the petitioner contends require rever- ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 23 MINUTES 00
N'sl or modification of the agency's proposed SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & GACHi, LLP SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY
action including an explanation of how the al- 2424 North Federal Highwa, Suitd 360 LINE, 173.29 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
lIged facts relate tothe specific rules or stat- Boca Raton, Frida 33431 NING. CONTAINING 0.79 ACRES,MORE OR LESS.
utes;.and () A statement of the relief sought (561)-599 670,
byihe petitioner, stating precisely the action (561) 998-6707: SUBJECTTO APOWERLINE EASEMENT OVER
the petitioner wishes the agency:to take'with 11-228948 FC01 UPN AND ACROSS THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPER-
retpectto the agency's proposed action. Ape- 1F160,192 TY*
tition thatdoes not dispute the material facs
pon Wmiin utherty acti is IN IFE CIRCUIT COUR OF THE FOURTEENTH ALSO:
LEGAL NO1 ( T bast hl tt that no such facts are in dis- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT LOT 16 BLOCK B,
puteand therwise shall contain the same in- IN ANDFOR JACKEON COUNTY, FLORIDA COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT
formation asset forth above, as required by JUVENILE DIVISION MARKING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE
Ruln 28 106.301, F.A.C. CASE NO.: 13-0014P NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THENORTHWEST
PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT TO QUARTER OFSECTION 28, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
,ISSUE AIRPERMIT, Because the administrative hearing process is NTHE INTEREST OE: RANGE 7 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
designed to formulate final agency action, the AND RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 07 MINUTES 30
FI6rlda Departmint of Environmental. filing of a petitiori mbans that the Permitting W. (dob 05/14/2011) SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE WEST BOUNDARY
Protection Authority's final action may be different from DM (dob 08/06/2012) OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER-OF THE NORTH-
Air Resource Section, Northwest District Office the position taken by itin this Public Notice of CHILDREN WiST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 28, 671.42
Draft Title V Source Ai'construction Permit Intent to Issue Air Permit. Persons whose sub- .FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT ON THE
Pr6ject'No. 063p058-014-AC -stantial interests will be affected by any such NOTICE OF ACTION AND OF ADVISORY NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SUELLEN
Green Circle Blo Energy, Inc., Cottondale Wood final decision of the Permitting Authority on HEARINGFOR TERMINATION OF PARENTAL STREET, THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 23 MI-
Pellet Plant the application have the rightto petitionoto be- RIGHTS AND GUARDIANSHIP NUTES 00 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID RIGHT-
Jackn CduntyFlorki come a party tothe proceeding, in accordance nOF-WAY LINE, 519.36 FEET TO AN IRON ROD
with the requirements set forth above. STATE OF FLORIDA FOR A'POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE FROM
Applicant: The applicant for this project is- Mediation: Mediatidn is not available for this -A SAID POINT OF BEGINNING RUN NORTH 00 DE-
Green Circle Bo Energy, Inc. The appliant' S- proceeding. TO: Aranda Carlina Williams GREES 37 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST 197.58
authorized representative and mailing address FEET TO AN IRON ROD, THENCE SOUTH 89 DE-
'tcs: Mr. G reg Marin, VPDaAnufacta'rin nd' L11 94IG
is:Mr.Gre Mati, V Maufattiitg ad L16094A Petition for Termination of ParentaRights GREES 23 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST 173.39
Coa e Wodod Pele Pat 2500reCr- IN TH CIRCUIT couRTr OF THE FOURTEENTH unde ah bh eebfn fld anti orrgard REE 43AN IRON ROTEONCESOT 00D-
cl'aka, otnae "lrd 32431.FO JUDICIAL CRCUF D appear before the Honorable William L. Wright, FEET TO AN. IRON ROD ON THE SOUTH IRIGHT-
IN AD FR JAKSO coNTYFLOIDA Cirdult Judge at 9:00 a.m. (CT) on' November 7, OF WAY LINE OF SAID SUELLEN STREET,
Facility Location : Greert Crcle Blo Energy, Inc. CIVIL DIVISION -2013 in Chambers on the 2nd Floor of the Jac:k' THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 23 MINUTES 00
operates the existing Cottondale Wood Pellet Case #: 2011-CA-000869 snCut orhuea44 aaet EOD ET LN ADRGTO-A
Geh.ioe.d. i ein n // ein otaeStreetOMariane FIorid 32446 for TERMINA- LINE 13.0 FEET TOTHE POINTEOFRBEINNING.
da. Plaintiff' : ING. You must appear on the date and at the
tim secfid.SUBJECT TO A POWERLINE EASEMENT OV}ER
Project: This project modifies permit 0630058- -vss- ANDACRSS HEpBOEiDSCRBEDPROER
011ffoedd ssng recenM e l i osde n- Derek Whaley and Autumn Whaley, Husband VI R EH NERN STIT ESAONS E *
testing of thn hammer miti and pellet mill aspi- and Wife 'THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO TOGETHER WITH A 2000 MERIT PERMANENTLY
ration systems and the pellet mill 2 cooler cy- Defendant(s). THS HLRN fYUFI OAPA N AFFIXED MOBILE HOME.
cln. -h as "ainssemrmtehm THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE VIN#FLHMBC148044862A AND
mer mills and pellet mills will be vented to the. NOTICE OF SALE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILDREN WHOSE FLHMBC148044862B
dryer line furnaces. Tern new 10 hb~rizontal INITIALS APPEAR ABOVE.
hammer mills authorized by permit 0630058- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order *A person claiming an interest iih the surplus
011AC will not be installed. dated July 29, 2013 entered in Civil Case No. If you are a person with a disability who needs from thesale, if any, other than the property
2011-CA-000869 of the Circuit Colurt of the 14th ayacmoaint atcpt nti r. onra ftedt ftelspnesms
Permitting Authority: Applications for air con- Judicial Circuit in and for Jackson County, Flori- ceny o a re etitle tno cosat ti yo to wfier a ai wthin day afte the ae.nms
structon permits are subject to review in ac- d, wherein Regions Bank d/b/a Regions Mort- the provision of certain assistance. Please
cordance with the provisions of Chapter 403, gage, Plaintiff and Derek Whaley and Autumn contact the Office of the Court Administrator, Dated this 17th day of July, 2013.
Florida Statutes F.S.) and Chapters 62-4, 62- Whaley, Husband and Wife are defendat(s), I, ackson County Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette
210 and 62-212 of the Florida Admmnistrative clerk of Court, Dale Rabon Guthrie, will sell to Street, Mariann, Florida 32446 at 850-718-0026
Code (F.A.C.). The proposed project is not ex- the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE- at least 7 days before your scheduled court ap. /s/ DALE RABON GUTHRIE
empt from air permitting requirements and an FRONT DOOR OF THE JACKSON COUNTY pearance, or immediately upon receiving this As Clerk of said Court
air permit is required to perform the proposed COURTHOUSE, AT 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL STAND- notification f the time before the scheduled
work. The Permitting Authority responsible for ARD TIME on September 5, 2013 the following appearance istless than 7 days If you are /s/ By Tammy Baily
making a permit determination for this project described property as set forth mn said Final hearing or Voic~e impaired, call 711. As Deputy Clerk
is theDepai'tment of Environmental Protec- Judgment, to-wit
tion's Air Resource Section in the Northwest BEGINNING AT A STAKE ON THE EAST SIDE OF Witness my hand and seal of this court at Ma- This Notice is provided p ursuant to Administra-
District Office. The Permitting Authority's THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF HIGHWAY NO. 6 AT A rianna, Jackson County, Florida on, July 24, tive Order No. 2.065. In accordance with the
Physical and mailing address is: 160 W. Gov- POINT APPROXIMATELY 368.00 FEET NORTH-*203 AmrcnwihteDsblisAtIyoaea
ernment Street, Suite 308, Pensacola, Florida WEST OF THE NORTHEAST INTERSECTION OF p0.Aeron with disabilitiho Aceedsfayo acom-
32502-5740. The Permitting Authority's tele- THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID HIGHWAY NO. 6 CLERK OF COURT modation in order to participate in this pro-
phone number is 850.595.8300. ""AND THE SINK CREEK AND ALLIANCE ROAD, BY: Tabitha Pumphrey ceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
WHICH IS THE NORTHWEST CORNER OFkALOT DEPUTY CLERK .the provision of certain assistance. 'Please
Project File: A complete project file is available SOLD TO I. HAGAN; THENCE RUN EAST ALONG contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at P.O.
for public inspection during the normal busi- LINE OF SAID I. HAGAN'S LOT, A DISTANG3E OF I o.f]= o I', 1Box 1089, Panama City, Florida 32402 or by
ness hoursa)f 8:00 a.m. to 5:00"p.m., Monday 440.00 FEET TO A STAKE: THENCE AT AN ANGLE phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days
through Friday (except legal holidays), at the OF ABOUT 64*, RUN IN A NORTHWESTERLY DI- LF160193 before your scheduled court appearance, or
physical address indicated above for the Per- RECTION PARALLEL TO HIGHWAY NO. 6, A DIS- immediately upon receiving this notification if
matting Authority. The complete project file in- TANCE OF 110.00 FEET TO A STAKE; THENCE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL the time before the scheduled appearance is
cludes the Draft Permit, the Technical Evalua- RUN WEST, A DISTANCE OF 440.00 FEET TO CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing im-
tion and Preliminary Determination, the appli- RIGHT-OF-WAY OF HIGHWAY NO. 6; THENCE JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA paired, please call 711..
cation and information submitted by the appli- RUN SOUTHEASTERLY ALONG SAID HIGHWAY, CIVIL DIVISION
cant (exclusive of confidential records under A DISTANCE OF 110 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- CASE NO. 32-2012-CA-000555 Sdbmitted by:
Section 403.111, F.S.). Interested persons may GINNING, BEING IN SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 3 lKahane & Associates, P.A.
contact the Permitting Authority's project engi- NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. 8201 Peters Road, Ste.3000
neer for additional information at the address FLORIDA. Plaintiff, Plantation, FL 33324
and phone number Ilisted above. In addition, Telephone: (954) 382-3486
electronic copies of these documents are avail- AND vs. Telefacsimile: (954) 382-5380
able on the following web site: http://www.de
LEWIS LOT SITUATED IN THE NORTHEAST COR- F/K/A DANA H. COULLIETT'E; UNKNOWN
Notice of Intent to Issue Alr Permit: The Per- NER OF THE INTERSECTION OF STATE ROAD SPOUSE OF DANA BRANNON A/K/A DANA H.
mitting Authority gives notice of its intent to is- NO. 6 AND THE SINK CREEK AND ALLIANCE BRANNON F/K/A DANA H. COULLIETTE; WEST
sue an air construction permit to the applicant ROAD; RUN THENCE NORTH, A DISTANCE OF FLORIDA ELECTRIC A/K/A WEST FLORIDA
for the project described above. The applicant 144.00 FEET: THENCE RUN WEST TO THE RIGHT- ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ASSOcIATION, INC.;




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PRIYED FOR FUIAKMSALE 1Yi wihbl yard building and ve0e nice location to i
old 2 BRG house and barn 4on properBy.d Brrn 2has or s u and g. id oea Family Dollar n.
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ataced dethroom with win tub and French Slidog dom ding to pEo areao Ar Pooro wftha 2astefully painted and decorated, this home shows beautifully.
stalls."Apprx.10 acre, hay field. Some fening. cabanabath.Large27xlpothatyouanrelaxonwhilethekidsplayihheatedpoolorSpa.t GR .ND RIDGE We c aome has a living room and a great room! Nice reardeck and
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YOUR LARGE FAMILY! 80 oam. Pordioe house and! 4) plans Nice and clean 3BR/2BA
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170 sq ft under Air MLS 248 249,000 home except for carpet
Large Living rooD in bedrooms. Hasa large
ha2 Bbfil orh os T e 89en, living/dining combo. Kitchen has new countertops, beautiful
Pav cabinets, and is a chef's delight. Large laundroom, workshop, newer
Masterbedroom alsohas vaulted ceiling in living room, polebam, lg. fencedbackyard. Seller willallow up to $7000 for a new
hardwood floors, and the updated kitchen French, doors roof. This is a MUST SEE at only $149900. MLS# 248503
**other 3 bedrooms have lodoufao e patio to enjoy die
hardwood under the.carpet. Family room that can he easily converted to another lovely le ndsc ar d, LoSoted In
bedroom it needed Great Spacious 1.80 acrns! MLS Oe24r8281. 00
nLOCATED IN MLS 248591 $29,500.
GRACIEVILLE 'ON "
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3 Bedroom 2 Bath Realtor1
home with approx isro9u9 sse
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ot:#.:.ed' n:o" ,anence0 n d~ o8 fo neet i a
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and moral Over 2800 4q IL
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Sunrgomti with 18 ftking for 16 Ares d1oepn In
ceilings with Windows Pasturei For Your Noe s? New,
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touch the main kiten and do all your cookingIn the 2nd Full private kithen. There isa floors. The eat-in kitchen is a gourmet's dream with a walk-in pantry. Includes
* carattachedgaragowinhabonusrow whichhacentralairandthedetched garage MLS 248617 $185,000. a Joe master suite w/siting area. The master bath incl a sauna, Jacuzzi tub,
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1 247289/ 76 Acres Ai,$1,835 Per Acre 10 Mile Creek Crosse, Secluded 2ndi floor, along with 2 awesome storage rooms! Home features a 3-car garage w/
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located On Merrits Mill Bev CyThomas, o 1 M 248128
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bric ea o at Larg subdivision. named Hidden Villag cleEstates. This bslsecluded dand
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