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Inmate accused of battery on

From staff report

An inmate of the Jackson
County Jail has been charged
with battery on a correctional.
officer after allegedly grabbing
an officer, by the wrist as she
brought him a cup of water to
drinks.' ,
According to the complaint
filed against James Roy Bel-
lamy, the water to his cell had

been turned off because he kept
flooding the cell, making hand
S delivery of water
-\ necessary. Bellamy.
Grabbed the officer
by her right wrist
-with both hands
IV and tried to pull
her arm through
Bellamy the tray port when
she opened the
port to hand him the water, ac-

cording to the complaint related
to the alleged Aug. 10 incident.
Another officer saw this hap-
pen and grabbed Bellamy's wrist
with both hands. The second
officer started pulling back and
telling Bellamy to release the
first officer, but Bellamy ignored
the order, the complaint states.
With her free hand, the first offi-
cer managed to retrieve a can of
tear gas from the second officers
A : ,

service belt and spray two one-
second bursts of the substance
at Bellamy's face. At that point,
he let go of her wrist.
Afterward, Bellamy was taken
to the showers to wash off. While
he was in the shower, he piled fe-
ces on the tray port to the show-
er and spread it all over the cage
door and the walls of the shower.
It was not, possible to remove
him from the shower without


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ie officers getting the waste on
themselves. The tray port was
eaned with a water hose and
he two officers were able to re-
rain Bellamy and return him to
is cell afterit was cleaned.
The first officer received care
om medical personnel at. the
il; her wrist was red and swol-
n, according to the complaint.
See BATTERY, Page 13A



PHOT(,'" 6 W ;nNirII.FU n.:I[DAN
arkening skies didn't stop 5-year-old Taylor Foshee from keeping a
sharp lookout for his mom, Ashley Foshee, as she registered at
Chipola College Wednesday. More than 2,000 new and returning
students are expected at Chipola for the fall semester.

I Chipola College students,
arms loaded with books, wait
to check out at the campus
bookstore on Wednesday.
From the left are Destiny
Powell, Jordan Hussey, Mary'
'Hewett and Joel Owen. New
be able to register for the fall
.,b semester today and Friday.
Classes will be starting on
Monday with late registration
available through noon on

Harold Weaver heads out on the next leg of his journey after a brief stop

Touring bicyclist builds

his cargo boxes out of

discarded materials

From staff report extra pieces atop,the finished
.. ... portions, those panels jutting
Seattle resident Harold Weav- out behind him on the back of
erwill havelogged 15,000 miles the bike. Made of corrugated
aboard a bicycle by the time he plastic, the boxes are lighter
gets home a few months from and cheaper than traditional
,now. He's in Jackson County cargo bags, Weaver said, and
for the next few days, explor- he's hoping to patent his con-
ing local sights before mov- struction. design someday.
ing on down the line. His rig Most of the panels are refash-
sometimes gets a second look ionied from thrown-away po-
as he pedals through commu- litical signs he's picked up in-
nities across the nation. his travels; most of the ones on
The'green frame of. the bike his bike come from campaigns
is barely visible at first, hidden in the state of Louisiana. He
by the white sheets of Coro- turns most of the p'riAt inside,
last that he's using to fashion so that most of the visible
homemade bike boxes for his sides are white. He's making
basic cargo,-with the tops of removable covers for all the
his latest pieces secured to the components, using a 100-per-
main box bodies by bright red cent nylon material that can
duct tape. Elastic cords also enclose all the pieces when
help keep things in place tern- needed to better safeguard
porarily until a more perma- his belongings from would-be
nent version is complete. He's
not finished yet, and hauls the See BICYCLIST, Page 13A

Driver stopped.

in his tracks after

running red light

From start reports _
Running 'a red light on TUes-
day cost a Cottondaleman more
than a traffic ticket, according to
a press release from the Jackson
County Sheriffs Office.
A deputy reportedly saw 35-
year-old Deangelo Karmell Bel-
lamy run the red light at the
intersection of Madison and
Lafayette streets in Marianna
around 2:40 p.m. that day. The
officer pursued and pulled the
car over in the Winn Dixie park-
ing lot. The deputy ran his driv-
er's license through a computer
check and learned that Bellamy's

Florida license had recently been
When the officer was taking
Bellamy into custody for the li-
cense violation, he discovered*
that Bellamy had two pill bottles
concealed on his person; one
bottle contained several pieces
of crack cocaine and the other
had several hydrocodone pills for
which Bellamy had no prescrip-
tion, according to the complaint.
He was taken to the county jail
on charges of driving while his
license was suspended, posses-
sion of a controlled substance
(crack cocaine), and trafficking
in hydrocodone.


A tiny green anole lizard begins a long and arduous climb up a
towering plant Wednesday. While he had clear weather for this
.. journey, there is a chance of thunderstorms today and if he plans
any mountaineering expeditions on Friday and Saturday he can expect
showers and thunderstorms.


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S '. Circulation Manager -.Dena Oberski

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S.. Conmmiunity Calendar
STODAY St., Marianna. Hosted by Jackson County NAACP A Jacl
SMarianna City Farmer's Market-7 a.m.-nonn Branch Counsel LaDray Gilbert; featuring attorney and G
-D Marianna CColeman ofs Markehassee alno 48 .
at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh Jami Coleman of Tallahassee. -Call 482-2223. Hudna
*' fruits and vegetables grown by local farmers. a 'Golson ParentNight- at Golson Elementary Ope
SPeanut Field Day 8 a.m. at the Marianna School, Marianha. School information for the 2013- Schoo
North Florida Research and Education Center on 2014 school year. Second grade parents: 5 pp First Ope
Highway 71. lust south of Greenwood. After registra- grade parents: 5:30 p.m.Kindergarten parents:-& tary S
tion (CEUs available), field tours start at 8:30 a.m. p.m. Call 482-9607 ;: 0p
Day ends with a sponsored lunch. Topics: Disease ))Grand Ridge School Parents' Nighft- 5:30- ; Schoc
control, new varieties, crop management and weed 6:30 p.m. in the new gym at Grand Ridge School. '
Control. Call 3949124. Meet the administration and get information about '*Gin
Chiplola College Registration for New and school expectations,'countywide discipline and
Returning Students 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Registra- dress code (middle school) and more. Call 482 new
tion continues Aug.16. Classes begin Aug.19. The 985. .. C cs.sM
schedule of classes is available online at www. Jackson County NAACP Meeting- 5:30 p.m. M
chipola.edu. For information, call 718-2211. in the St. James A.M.E. Church basement. 2891 Schoc
International ChanSip-8:30-0a.m.atthe Orange Stin Mariarnna. Call 569-1294. stude
Ine -aioalCht''Sp -830...am.atth stop b
. Jackson County Public Library. 2929 Green St. in 1 Smoking Cessation Class -5:30 p.m. in the Public
Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter- Classroomat Jackson Hospital in Marianna. This 482-9
national English learners invite the public for the class is free and will last six weeks. Call 718-2545. Ho
exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed )) Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group Hope.
environment. Light refreshments served. No charge. -5:30 p.m.-at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board Call 41
Call482-9124. Room. Free,to attend. Curriculum developed by ex-
'a Open H-use at Marianna High School. Ninth. smokersfor those who want to become ex-smokers. Op 0l
tenth grade: 9-11 a.m. and 11th. 12th grade: 1-3 p.mr Call 482-6500. ,., c h. coc
a St. Anne Thrift Store Hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Chipola Home Educators Open House 6-8 ', Ope
Tuesday and Thursdays at 4285 Second Ave.. p.m. at the First Baptist Church Family Life Center Schoc
Marianna. Summer clothing and household goods, in Marianna. Currently enrolled families will discuss aJac
in stock. Call 482-3734. activities for the new year. Families interested in Fundi
SCaregiver Suppoit Group Meeting- 11 a.m. homeschooling for the first time are invited to ask 3121 r
to noon in the First Presbyterian Church Social questions/gather information. E-mail chipolaho- and C
Hall. 4437 Clinton St. in Marianna. Open to all meed@gmail.com or call 557J7049. $9 in
family caregivers providing care to loved ones or ,' Chipola Regional Workforce Development ages .
friends. Confidential group, facilitated by a profes- Board Annual Meeting 6 p.m. at the Jackson get in
sional group counselor. Coffee. water, light snacks'-"- County Ag Conference Center, Marianna. Call 633- Motor
,;provided. .. '2731. at Ioc.

D Chipola Civic Club Meeting-noon at The Oaks.
Restaurant, Highway 90 in Marianna. The CCC's,
focus-is the lbcal community, "Community, Children
& Character" Call 526-3142.' '
SMarianna. Kiwanis Club Meeting -noon at
Jim's Buffet & Grill.,Call482-2290.-
a Job Club Noon-3 pim. at the Goodwill Career
: Training Centr, 4742 Highway 90, Marianna. Learn
job seeking/retention skills; get job search assis-
tance. Call 526-0139.
- Open House 1-3 p.m. at Riverside Elementary
School. .
' Open House 1:30-3 p.m. at Graceville Elemen-
tary Schbol.'
a Free Employability Workshop: Top 10 Job
Search Tips-7 2:30 p.m. at the One Stop Career
Center in Marianna. Visit EmployFlorida.com to
register... .. .. ., ..
D Open House 3"O.m. at'Malone School.

) Free Summer Concert: Big Poppa & The
Shuffle Brothers Band-7-9 p.m. at Madisop Park
in Marianna. Presented by Jackson County Parks
and Recreation and Main Street Marianna.
D Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion.
8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale-
Sdonia St.. Marianna. in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking:
papers will not be signed. .. ,...

S FRIDAY, AUG. 16- ;
n Chipola College Registration for New and Re-
turning Students -8 a.m..to-3 p.m. Classes begin
Aug.19. The'schedule of classes is available online
at wiww.chipola.edu. For information, call 718-2211.
a Open House 9a.m. at Jackson County Early'
,Childhood Center in Marianna.
. OpenHouse 9:30-11 a.m. at Jackson Alterna-
tive School in Marianna.
. Uitnke amn dauiloe s (PA IKnkHave Nnoklr -10

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kson Hospital Board of Trustees Building
rounds Committee Meeting Noon in the
ill Building. Marianna.
en House Noon-2 p.m. at Sneads High

n House 1-3 p.m. at Cottondale Elemeo-
in House 1-3 p.m. at Graceville High
il. .
nd Ridge School Open House -1-3 p.m. at
Ridge'School, 6925 Florida St. Start'in the
ym to meet faculty and staff, and then visit
ooms. Call 482-9835. .,
S Orientation 1-3 p.m. at Marianna Middle
il, 4144 South St. Parents/guardians.6nd
its invited to meet teachers., Ulpon'arival.
by the MMS gym to pick up a schedule. Notary
c available in cafeteria to notarize forms. Call
" SchoolOpen House 1-3 p.m. at 2031
School Drive, Marianna. All parents are invited.
en House 2-4 .p.m. at Sneads Elemrientary

en House 2.4 p.m. atrCottondale High -

kson Cou.nty Cattleman Assolation Rodeo
kaiser 7 p.m. Aug. 16-17 at Circle-D Ranch.
)ryden Drive, just off US 90 between Marianna
ottondale. Tickets for spectators 13 and older:
advance. $12 at the gate. Tickets for children
i-12: $4 in advance, $6 at gate. Kids under 5
free. Advance tickets available at Bob Pforte ,
s and The Oaks Rettaurant in Marianna, and
nations in Dothan. Panama City and Chipley.
73-0414. .. .

a Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evange Worship
Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult,
teen meetingsto "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856, 573-1131f .. .
" Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
,p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church. 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

"' "'L':' SATURDAY, AUG. 17-
SManrianna City Farmer's Market -7 a.m.-noon
at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh
fruits and vegetables grown by localfarmers.
r Mud for Missions 5K)Obstacle Course &
SBack-to-Sq0ol Bash 8 a.m. at West Fla. District
SCampgrounds on US 90 in Marianna. Race registra-
tion: 7 a.m. Hosted by Evangel Worship Center,:Face
painting, snow cones, popcorn, bounce houses,
hamburgerss and hot dogs all available for a small
fda Prnpadse hrieafit miccinns Ir.i; anri ahrnmarl

-ii ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ V j .j w r_**nf* ^^ fl*~ ~ur C^ f-~ '"9 S.U,. 'JtAiv ~f ltu ,,,,,..,,J ifii 11 D J.I.I* u Jun i U M It \
a Jackson County School Board Workshop 4 ., a.m. at the Jackson County Public Library, Marianna a Woodmen of the World Lode 65 Monthl
p.m. in the board room at 2903 Jefferson St., Mari-' Branch. New and experienced hand crafters wel- Meeting -10 a m at the Woodmen of the Wor
anna. Regular monthly worksllp. Public welcome. 'come tocreate, share,-learn-or.teach. Call 482-9631 Youth Campin Hosford. There will be swimming
Cal 482_-1200 ..'. ... .. in," . . "here-W.ll 'e w.m"i-g
C-all 482200. - 1GolsonOpehHouse-11a.m.tolp.m.atGolson fishing and lots of fun. Hamburgers, hot dogs a
D Free Seminar: Wills, Trusts and Estates 5 Elementary School, Marianna. Students and parents peanuts will be provided. Members are encoun
p:m. at St. JamesA.M.E. Church, 2884 Orange invited to meet teachers. Call482-9607. to come and bring a friend. Call 482-5255.
-. The-submission deadline for this calendar is two days beforepublication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.R 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447,
. email editorial@jcfloridan.mcom, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.


SPolice Rounidup

Uarianna Police Department
The Marianna Police Department listed
tfe followingindcidents for Aug. 13, the
latest available report "One accident with
unknown injuries, two abandoned ve-
hicles, one suspicious vehicle, four suspi-
cious persons, two burglaries, eight traffic
stops, one larceny complaint, one criminal
mischief complaint, one civil dispute, two
trespass complaints, one follow-up investi-
gation, one noise disturbance, two animal
complaints, one car in ditchreported, one
assist of another agency and seven home
security checks.

Jackson County Serf Offce
The Jackson C unity Sheriff&sOffice and
county fire/rescue reported the follow-
ing incidents forAug. 13, .the.latest avail-
able report One accident, one stolen tag,
three abandoned vehicles, one reckless
driver; one suspiioefvlshideo:two suspi-
carus persons, one highlwayobstitmion -,

one burglary, one verbal disturbance, one
pedestrian complaint, one woodland fire
:' " call, 15 medical calls, two
traffic crashes, two burglar
alarms, one panic alarm,
o one power line down, three
traffic stops, two larceny
complaints, one civil dis-
pute, one trespass complaint, two obscene
or threatening phone calls, three follow-up
investigations, one juvenile complaint, one
assault, one fraud complaint, one assist
of a motorist or pedestrian, four assists of
other agencies, two public service calls,.
one welfare check, one Baker Act transport
and one open door/window..

Ccnecfioual Facility
The following persons were booked into
the county jail during the latest reporting
periods: -
SJonthU Hendeson, 18,4081 Edge-
wood Drive, Marianna, burglary of a dwell-

ing, petit theft.
a Carie Hussey, 39,2659 Pebble Hill
Road, Marianna, worthless checks.
a Deangulo Bellamy, 35,2709 Glasstal St,
Cottondale, possession of cocaine,. traffick-
ingin hydrocodone, drivingwhile licehse
suspended or revoked.
SSerafln Canan, 23,1482 Thigpen
Road, Labella, possession ofmarijuana-
less than 20 grams, possession of drug'
SJoin mBamett, 32,2780 Highway 90 West,
Defuniak Springs, violation of state proba-
tion, hold for Santa Rosa Co./hold for DOC,
hold for Baldwin Co., Ala.
a Janms Wiggins, 49,1194 Capps Bridge
Road, Pikeville, NC., driving under the.
influence, reckless driving, driving while
license suspended or revoked, refusal to
submit to BAL, leaving the scene of an ac-
cident,' hold for Washington Co.- '-
Jila PopulatonM 223
To report a crime, call CrirheStoppers at 526-5000 or a
local law enforcement agency. To report a wildlife violation,
call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


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Marianna Altrusa Club presents

Turner with special award

Special to the Floridan
Altrusa's.own Piauline
Turner received special
award of recognition
at Monday's business
Turner, admired and
respected bynotjust
Altrusa club members,
but by the entire com-.
munity, has given her
knowledge, talents and
monetary gifts; but most
'of all, herself as a natural-
bornm leader.-. .
),"Her mere presence
demands respect. She and
her late husband once
ownedand operated a,
Oery prominent dres.shop
in downtown Marianna;

Later, she owned and op-
erateda successful florist
For eight years, Turner
served on the Marianna
City Commission, and
was the first female
mayor. She has served
on the Marianna Arts
Festival and BBQ Cook-
Offsince its inception in
2003, as chair of the food
vendor committee.
These are just a few of
Turner's contributions to-
our community.
Within the Marianna
Altrusa Club, she has
served on many various
committees and always
' lends her culinary skills to
any function we sponsor.

where food'is a priority.
Upon joining the Mari-
anna Altrusa Club she
brought an abundance
of business knowledge
as well as many years .of
gained experience for
she has served her
community effortlessly
throughout her adult
Marianna Altrusa Club
officers and its board of
directors, with great
pride, declared Pauline
TRrner the club's first.
Emeritus member.

Pauline Turner, (left), and
Altrusa President Charilene

.......Health andRehabilitationi

Center head t ilks about

Expansion with Optimi~st
S G p pSp caltoiheFiordan additional privaterooms.
The project will take
O" lb p c n Marianna Health and place largely of the site of
lu .. .n CRehabilitation. Center Ad- tie old Jacksn Co unty
ministrator Melinda Gay, Health Deparment.which
'T center, was welcomed re is now property of the city
cently as guest speaker at of Marianna.
Seeing of the Ma riannae According to Gay, the old
Optimist Club. 'health department build-
GaytalkedaboutMeRC's g wifll be torn down to
popf.VT baE[IFHV,-, plans to expand the nurs- '`make way for the project,
Marianna. Health andl Rehabilitation Center Administratoring home facility to sig- which wi, also. include
Melinda Gay (center) poses for a .photo with Marianna nrfificantly. 'increase.. the additional parking wi th a
Optimist Club program chairman Ken Stoutamire, (left) and facility's rehab and therapy total price tag of about $2
club president Lowell Centers. s p o e f:r. "space and paventhewav for million.

c rps oris ut of sand for Miami-Dae b cheS

it di i 200 an 05 dni. e oreo Hoevr aos all of it ,n ,ore are :, ,
b -.-Th Astofciased Pr-s 'the U.S. Army Corps -of- enough sand in available between coastal develop-
out o a i .. mae TEngineers. off southeastern Florida. ment and infrastructure
MIAMI BEACH- Some The corps has prioritized for beach renourihment, and the.. eroding forc-
iof South Florida's most Miami-Dade's sand prob- projects in fie counties es Bof ocean waves and
i popular beaches will be lem this week in a series of over the next 50 years, ac- -storms. Sand forathse

offshore, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ to aorcs of'sud sbnd 'e adopail projects ecntue oheitrainally comes,
particularly vulnerable toI pubUic meetings from ri-cording to a new studyby Projectsi typically comes
erosion and major .dam- ami Beach to Fort Pierce, the corps and the Floida fromn nearby 'sources for
age if the state experiences seeking input for the first. Departiment,- if Enon- cost o reasn .
a series of.hurrianes, as' phase of the process to mental Pr'tecfion. Now thatathose nearby
it did in 2004-i and 2005, identify a new source of However, almost all of it sandl sources are, de-
because. officials have run 'sand. is located in state or fed- pleted in' MiNami-Dade.
out of an important mate-. "The general percep- 'era] waters off St. Lucie, the corps is. considering
rial: sand. don is the ocban is full AMartin and Palm Beach alternatives such as inland
Miami-Dade and Bro- of sand, but to get the counties-- not Broward or sand mines, sand dredged
ward counties are the first" sand:, in, an environmen- Miami-Dade. from deeper offshore wa-.
in the state to deplete their Vally responsiblei'.way,o 'to Beach,. Irenourishment- ters, from the Bahamas or
,ffstore 6urces-. of sand, .get .sand compatible with .projects, have continued other international sourc-
that can be'used for beach bwhait'son the beaches, it's, along roughly 200 ,nies es, or the offshore sites
renourishment projects, ',.difficult at times,") Martin of southeastern Florida identified farther north
said Tom Martin, a se- said.-. shorelirfe6 since, the late. along Florida's Atlantic
nior coastal engineer with There's* more than. 1r'970s, providing a buffer shore.
Wright Foundation gearing up for gala fimdraiser

enaoto ,i d in Marianna TheResurce -vation' Army, Northwest, per plate. To purchase tick-

Center began .serving the
S The Wright Foundation community in November
will host its first annual, ;2011j with the provision
funrdraising gala at the Na- of, operational .space. for
tional Guard Anriory" on nonprofit' organizations
, Oct. 18; 2013 with a 6 p.m'.1 'effecting Jackson and the
reception and 7 p.m. dinT, surrounding counties.'
ner event. The Wright Foundation
The rmasquerade and si- provides zero-profit. ad-
lent auction event will sup- ministration services for
portthe effortsofthe Corn- the faith Community Be-
munity :Resource Center, nevolence Progra.m, and
Located at 2985 GuytonhSt, presently hosts The 'Sal-

Florida Comprehensive' ets and enter the grand-.
Services for Children, anrd prize drawing for a luxury
BASIC of NW Florida..' vehicle, call 526-1600:
All agencies share the site Gala, tickets are :also
location in an-effort to keep 'available ,at the Jacksdon
operational'costs low and County Chamber of Comn-
dedicate greater resources merce at 4318 Lafayette
to serving vulnerable indi- St., Rivertown .Com-
_viduals and families within munity Church office at
the community. ' 4534 -Lafayette St., and St.
Tickets for the gala are Luke's Episcopal Church
now available for a tax-de- at 4362 Lafayette SL, all in
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Optimnis' golftourney raisemoney for children:
Special to the Floridan. in Marianna. chance at various prizes, register by calling Liz Jack-
S. Registration and a meal' There Will be an awards' son at 557-8637 or James
The third annual NE begin at 11 a.m and golf presentation directly after. Miller at 209-1621, or by -
Jackson County Optimist kicks off with a 12:30'p.m. golf, at the pro shop. Prizes; faxing your information to:
Club. golf tournament' shotgun start. will be awarded to first-. 526-1505.
Will be Friday, Sept. 13, at The cost for this event and second-place teams" All proceeds benefit the',
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Rare Snake Species

FWC asks public to reportsightings

Special to the Floridan

Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
biologists are asking the
public to report sightings
of three rare snake spe-
cies: Florida pine snake,
southern hognose snake
and short-tailed snake.
Citizens can help with re-
search on these species by
reporting sightings online.

"Reports from thg public
will aid us in determin-
ing where these snakes
live and their status," said
Kevin Enge, FWC research
biologist All of these snake
species have been peti-
tioned for'federal listing.
The three species are
found in dry, upland habi-
tats and spend most of
their time underground.
They are only occasionally

seen moving along the sur-
face or crossing a road.
For each report, the citi-
zen is asked to provide the
location where they saw
the snake and the month
and year the observation
occurred. Researchers-are
also requesting citizens
to submit photos of the
snakes, when possible, to
verify identification. .
Reports can include live

or dead animals.
Although these species
are nonvenomous, citizens
should avoid handling or
disturbing them.
For more information
about living with snakes
and to submit sightings
to the FWC, visit MyFWC.
corn/Conservation, select
"How You Can Conserve,"
and choose "Snakes" un-
der "Living with Wildlife."

Controversy over portrait brewing

The Associated Press

Klux Klan has weighed in
on the NAACP's request to
remove a portrait of Gen.
Robert E. Lee from a Flor-
ida county building.
Frank Ancona, a spokes-
man for'the Traditionalist
American .'Knights of the
Ku Klux Klan, said that the
group's national leadership
was notified recently bylo-
cal members because the
Lee County NAACP said it
wants to hold demonstra-
tions because the county
refuses to take down Lee's
portrait that hangs in
the county commission
The NAACP says the por-
trait of the Confederate
general is a slap to the face
for local minorities.
The Ku Klux Klan said the
portrait is not racist and
'sent J three-page letter to
Lee County Commission-
ers that included a brief bi-
ography of the general and
a letter he wrote in 1856.
The News-Press reports
that a half-dozen or so
supporters of the portrait
- mostly members of lo-

cal Confederate historical
groups discussed the
painting during a County
Commission meeting
SA member of the local
Sons of Confederate. Vet-
erans told commissioners
the group .strongly objects
to attempts to remove the
Waymond Edmon$on of
Cape Coral told the ,com-
missioners: "If anyone can,
come up with a better rep-
resentative for the county,
I'll help them hahg the
No one from the NAACP
spoke at the meeting. Lo-
cal President James Mu-
wakkil onw Monday said
his group would meet
with the state ;NAACP be-
fore moving ahead with
"Lee County proudly dis-
plays General Robert E. Lee
portrait in the Lee Com-
missioners Chambers. It
is where all citizens gather
to take cae of official busi-
ness," Muwakkil's e-mail
to the state and national
NAACP said. "We now ask
permission to engage in
Direct Action in.ways such

41E A',lt)CATE G i RE SS
Lee County commissioner Cecil Pendergrass listens to public
comment during a session in Naples on Tuesday. .

as follow: a sit in within
the County Commissioner
chambers, permission
to picket, permission to
demonstrate, and to make
signs calling voters to re-
move the four male com-
missioners who refused to
second the only female on
the Commission move to

hold a public hearing on
the portrait."
Lee County is named af-
ter Lee; who commanded
the Confederate army dur-
ing the Civil War.
The Ku Klux Klan's Anco-
na said thai his group feels
that the NAACP is "trying
to erase a part of history."'

Legslao vote
down special sess
ida's Republican-con-
trolled Legislatureis com-
ing.out solidlyagainst a
special session to repeal
the state's.stand your
ground law."
The Department of .
State on Wednesday re-
leased list that showed
more than half of the
state's 160-member Leg-
islature has already voted
against the idea.
The vote was triggered
earlier after 33 legisla-
tors asked for a special
session in writing. They
were urged to do so by
protesters upset with the
July verdict in the George
Zimmerman case.
Under an obscure state
law, the written requests
required an official poll.
Ayes vote by three-fifths
of the Legislature would
have resulted in a special
session.. : '
Three days after Zim-
merman.was acquitted,
protesters'arrived at the"
'Capitol. They have been
spending the night near.
Scott's offices since then,.

Allied Veterans figure
pleads nocontest
.SANFORD One ofthe
men who authorities say
was involved in a scam to
use'a veterans',charity as
a front-for an illegal gam-"
bling operation that took.
in nearly $300 million has
entered a no contest plea.
Former Allied Veter- A
ans commander Johnny.
Duncan onWednesday
pleaded no contest to one
count of money launder-

ing and four counts of
maintaining an illegal lot-
tery. He will be sentenced
to probation at a later
The group's current
commander, Jerry Bass,
also was in Seminole
County court Wednesday,
but he was granted a
week to consider a plea
The investigation into
AlliedVeterans of the
World led to the resigna-
tion of former Lt. Gov.
Jennifer Carroll after she
was interviewed during
the probe. She has denied
wrongdoing and wasn't

Man gets 15 years
for fatal shooting
-A Jacksonville man
has been seitencedto 15
years in prison for two
shootings, one of which
was deadly.
Aspart of a deal with
Duval County prbsectu-..
tors, 31-year-old Calvin
Nathaniel Bryant pleaded
guilty Tuesday to the
second-degree murder
and~attempted murder.
He had faced a possible
life .sentence.
Authorities say 22-year-
old Andre D. Moore and
28-year-old David Walker
were both shot during a
block party near Jackson-
ville Municipal Stadium
in 2010. Moore diedffrom
his wounds. :
The Florida T7mes-
Uni6n reportsithat ,.
40-year-old DamonV.
Williams has also pleaded.,
guilty in the shootings.
SFrom wire reports

Google Maps teams map state beaches

' The Asociated Press

- Gregg Matthews fancies'
himself a lumbering Star
Warsb caracter of sorts as
he treks along a popular
Florida beach. He wears
stout hiking sandals on
the squishy sand and uses
ski poles for balance as
he shoulders a 40-pound ev. ..
backpack, a blue-orb with
15 cameras extending over
his head. THE AC 1'.1AiEb' PIE ".
"It attracts a lot of atte-a Gregg Matthews canes a Google street view camera as
o.. ematew laue he walks recording St. George Island beach ln the Fonrida
non,. -lMa chrews laughed a .... ... to p or .han
about all of his gear, while Panhandle on-July 30.
trodding along Panama Each cameradon the orb the Empire State.building.
CityBeach. takes a shot.every 2.5 sec- Yisit Florida has part-.
Matthews and his trek-, ohds as theywalk. inered with Google in the
king partner; Chris Officer, Their quest:. to create" effort to map all 825 miles
are contracted through panoramic views to place' of Florid.'s beaches. 'And
Visit Florida, the state's online of every -Florida -fot god reason: ,tourism
tourism agency, to gather beach similar to the I, 'is- Florida's top industry,
images for Google Maps. ternet giant's StreetView-' accounting for 91.4 mil-
All: told, they have already which has- taken photos of lion visitors last year and
walkedmorethan200miles everything from ordinary $7L18. billion in spending
of Florida beachfront, each homes andbusinesses to that employed more than
logging up to 7.5. miles a world-famous landmarks 1 million in the state.
day with the camera orb. like the Eiffel Tower and The project began in late

July when Matthews and
Officer began walking from
the Alabama-Florida. bor-
der. After mapping Flor-
ida Panhandle beaches,
they will hopscotch over
to Florida's Atlantic coast
and move south. Eventu-
ally, another camera team
will take over, curling past
Miami's South Beach aid
other hot spots aiming to
finish the project some-
time.in November.
Gobglehas asimilarproj-
ect with mappers trekking
the trails of the Grand Can-
yon. But the Florida proj-
ect is the first large-scale
beachmapping project.
The mapping teams were
contracted through Visit
Florida. Agency spokes-
woman Kathy Torian said
the project is entirely
'funded with-public money
and Visit Florida budgeted
$126,000 for a private con-
tractor to oversee the pro-
duction of images t6o be
sent to Google.

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A SWAT vehicle sits outside the Tensas State Bank in St.
Joseph, L., as investigators work throughout the early
morning hours Wednesday, in the bank where a gunman took
three people hostage Tuesday. "..
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The.Associated Press-,
ST. JOSEPH, La.- Fuaed
Abdo Ahmed was angry
and hearing voices, au-
thorities said, when he
wrote the letter detailing
his plan to take employees
hostage at a rural Louisi-
ana bank.
",He wrote& that .-he :be-
lieved, his' ex-girlfriend's
family had broken them
up anid were responsible
for putting a device in his
head, according to the let-
tet found in a van parked
near the bank. The family
was among a list of people
he believed had caused
him problems, and he also
wrote -demands that in-
cluded safe passage to an-
othier country.
What unfolded Tuesday
afternoon was an "hours-
long. staidoff 'that left the
gunman and' one hostage
dead -of gunshoi aI-qunds.
and another hostage, in
critical condition.'.Dspite.
his list of grievances, the
20-year-old gunman had
no apparent history with
Sthe bank employees he
took captive.
And while Ahmed may
have beTen privately seeth--
ing, he gave few outward
signs of his violent aims.
Several acquaintances,
including the tow-n's
mayor, said they saw no
sigs :of. trouble. His- high
school .football coach and
a teammate describe an
cable sta- running
back with good grades.
About an hour before the
standoff, St. Joseph Mayor
Edward Brown said he ex-
changed pleasantries with
Ahmed 'at a convenience
store owned by the gun-
man's family. -
Brown described Ahmed
as "just normal."'
,"That's why it's so bizarre
to me," he said. '
His former coach at Bri-
arfield Academy in Lake
Providence said Ahmed
had 2,700 rushing yards
and 40 touchdowns his se-
nior year. .
V "It's not like he ever ex-
hibited aggressive behav-
ior when playing football.
He was a normal good kid.
It's not like he ever had
any fits of rage. Ever," said
Ben Durham, his former

But three or four months
ago, Durham said, some '
paranoid tendencies,
emerged during a Face-
book conversation. Dur-
ham said he asked if
Ahmed kept up with some
of his Briarfield teammates
and was told no, because
they had started to .beat
him up.' I .. : ',
-'i know they didn't do
that," Durham said. 4
Two neighbors heard the
sound of gunshots coming
From near Ahmed's house
on Monday arid Tues-
day before the standoff,
but didn't thinrik it was
unusual enough to call
The standoff began
around 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day when authorities said
Ahmed took two women
and a man captive at Ten-
sas State. Bank branch in
St. Joseph, which sits near
- Louisiana's< ., border. with
Missi ssip!i .
At first"-ie -talked to au-
thoriies on a hostage's cell
-phone: theni switched to
one. of' the bank's phones.
Louisiana. State Policq su-
perintendenf Col. Mike
Edmronson said the man
grew increasingly erratic
as -negdtiations went on,
sometimes hanging up on
police.. One of his demands
to authorities was that they
get the device out .of his
head, Edmonson said..:,
-Armed with a .380 semi- :
automatic handgun and
an assault' rifle, AYmed:.
kept the hostages in a small'
work room where the bank
vault is, said Tensas Parish
Sheriff Rickey Jones..
SDui4ng negotiations, au-.
thbrities were able to- get
Ahmed on the phone with
a friend in Alaska, which,
was crucial in convincing
him to release a female
hostage. Jones said it's not
,clear why he targeted the
bank, which is across the
street from the store owned ,
byAhmed's family.-
Eventually, Ahmed told
negotiators he was going
to kill the two .remain,
ing hostages. State police
entered 'the building just
before midnight Tuies-
day. That's when Ahmed
shot -the two hostages
and then, police shot
and killed-him, Edmonson


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16-year-old uses Internet to describe captivity

SThe Associated Press -
Anderson says a longtime .
family friend "tricked" her ........
into visiting his house, tied ...
u her mother and young- s
er Brother in his garage
and kidIappedher, setting ...
Moff a. massive search ei, that '
'ktretched&across much of
S,,the western U.S.
'iAbd..yyhepi, she-. ater
-learied. they _Werre.fm d '
dead in her captor's bunm- .
ing Southern California
house, the i6-year-old' a r' .. a .
said she cried ail night.:.. d a e : l "
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to try fivey and save Thiscreen shot taken from the 'askfmnwebsite shows a social media page of Hanna
will never forgive myself Anderson. -Anderson, the 16-year-oldCalifornia-girl kidnapped by a :close family friend
for not-.trying harder to suspected of ,killing her mother and 8-yedar-old brother, went online barely 48 hours after
save them," s e .wrote ina her rescue Saturday, Aug. 10o and started fielding hundreds of questions through the social
harrowing account on a. media site. -
social media Site roughly s o '
two days after .shewas generation tourns:,tohe as in he wanted nothing ia at Charlotte, said
rescued and FBI-agents .nteetto share .:deeply .bad to happen to me;" she people react to traumain
a killed Ja mes.,Lee perboal e xjiences wth wrote. H ,widely different ways and
DiMaggio in th6ie daho.strangers. She said she didn't warned against 'deeming
wilderness. i think what's she's do- tell.: her paretits because any response misguided.
"Many ",of the. hundeds.- .ing is connecting, and DiMaggioewas his father's Still, the most impor-
of questis-she. fieldedde that's a good thing," Bala- best friend "and I didn't tant messages c f support
on the 'social. media -site ,derian said. want to ruin anything be-, will'comefromrfamilyand
were typicalteenage fate.b Anderson e was6 kid- teen them.'e friends,*he said. One po-
including -her e favorite, napped Aug.o 4 by'Dieag- ,.On Monday, Anderson teni alpitfall of turning t0,
musical performers, butrgigo, her father' bst ad 'her nails done pink the internet is that strang-
she also told of-how she friend 'Who was like' an for her mother and blue ers may post unhelpful,
was kidnapped, how she unlet.on heori and -iher:,8 forher brother. even harmful, remarks..
survived captivity. and year-old broer, EthanR, -Lawrence C a0un,. a"As a parent, I. would
ahow she is coping with the Dilaggio had invited the psychology professor at want her to be more care
deaths of her mother and children and their mother, University of North Caro- ful," Clhoun said.
Brother. -r' eChristina. Anderson, 44, ..
The postings, whichbe. to hishouse in Boulevard,mp'c, ia.Ls
gan Nionday night and'a rural town 65 miles east st $-.
stopped Tuesday night, ofSan Diego. .Mffers& Exhaust '
appeared on the ask.f in "He told us he .xvas los-- .. ......
social-nentw .orldng site ing his house because of >'.., .
account for ,,"Hannahba- money issues so we went .;. :.....
nana722",of Lakeside, the- up.there one last time to "- o
Sah'cDiego suburb where support him and to have :-
the teen lived with her. gfth r riding go -karts up
mother and brother. The lthre but he ftricked us,"
account was disabled Hannah wTote.
Wednesday Hannah e.aid she "ba-7 7 7... H
DiMaggio, 40,was shot sically" stayed awake
at least five times in the for sLx 'hraight days and
head and .chest, said au- repeatedly told her cap- -
thorities, who were un-,, tor she was hungry. Shed.
able.to determine a pre-. couldn't 'escape because
cise number of gunshot 'DiMaggio had-a gun and
woueids. DiMaggio's bqody ..i'threatened to kill me
was cremated' Tuesda and anyone who tried to .
near Los Angeles. said help." i
family spokesman Andrew She said ,she was too 8 .0 .2 -3
Spanswick. 'frightened to ask for help Store Hours: Mon-Fri 7am-5:30pmeSatam-m
hPolice have said little when horseback ridesffl,
about the investigation. A encountered the pair in h.illB
spokeswoman for the San the remote wilderness on Irie I J rS
Diego County Sheriff's De- Wednesday. The riders
apartment said authorities didn't report the sightings
were aware oftthe, online to police until the next
comments but could not day,..afterrerurning home
confirm the account was and. ifahiing about -the
Hannah's" .' search.
Dawn MacNabb, whose "Iliadtoad canlm Ididn't
son- Alan, is one' of Han- want'them to get hun..!I
nah's closest.:'tiehas; con- was scared that he vould
firmed the postings were Ill them," she wrote.
by the teen. Alan spokeoon The girl said DiMag- 9
the phone with .,Hannah gio threatened her if she
Tuesday and urgbd her lo didn't help hide his blue .
delete some of the"post- Nissan Versa' with tree
trgs, MacNabb said. branches. Authorities
At one point, a question- discovered the car Friday,
eraskedHannahltopost'a leading to her rescue the
photo :and she complied following day. ,
with an image sh6owing Asked if she would have
her withawidesmile. preferredbiD.iaggio got a %5,
She declined interview lifetime prison sentence
requests from news orga- instead of being killed,.
nizations that posted 'to she said, "He. deserved ."
heraccount. what hepgot.- "
Nora. Baladerian,.'a'Los Hannah said she was
Angeles psychologist who uncomfortable around
headed. tra~um.a 'teams. Di~laggio even before
in the aftermath of'Hur- the ordeal, saying hel l
"iicanes Ka.trina andgRita,, once told her that he was
Saidd. Anderson's choice draw-n to her. "He said it
of s~oc~ial media was an- was more like "a family
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UPS cargo jet crashes near

Birmingham airport; 2 dead

The Associated Press
UPS cargo plane crashed
into a field near the Bir-
mingham airport Wednes-
day, killing two pilots and
scattering wreckage over
a rural area moments after
witnesses heard the mas-
sive A300 jet coming in at
treetop level
People living near the
airfield reported see-
ing flames coming from
the plane and hearing
its engines struggle in
the final moments before
"It was on fire before it
hit," said Jerome Sanders,
who lives directly across
from the runway.
The plane, which de-
parted from Louisville,
Ky., went down about a
half-mile from Birming-
ham-Shuttlesworth In-
ternational Airport and
broke into several pieces
and caught fire. The pilot
and co-pilot were the only
people aboard.
Mayor William Bell, who
was briefed by the city's fire
chief, said there were two
or three small explosions
that authorities believe
were from aviation fuel.
Weather conditions at
the time were rainy with
low clouds.
Toni Herrera-Bast, a
spokeswoman for the city's
airport authority, said the
crash did not affect airport
operations, but it knocked
down power lines and ap-
peared to have toppled at
least one tree and utility
UPS spokesman JeffWaf-
ford said the plane was car-
rying a variety of cargo, but
he did not elaborate. The
names of the crew were
not immediately released.
The National Transpor-
tation Safety Board sent
a team of investigators to
the scene.
Ryan Wimbleduff, who
lives just across the street
from the airport property,

Debris burns as a UPS cargo plane lies on a hill at
Bimilngham-Shuttlesworth International Airport after
crashing on approach, Wednesday, in Birmingham, Ala.

said the crash shook his
house violently. Standing
in his driveway, he and
his mother could see the
burning wreckage.
"I ran outside and it
looked like the sun was
coming up because of the
fire on the hill," he said.
"Balls of fire were rolling
toward us."
Chunks of riveted metal
that appeared to be from
the plane landed in the
- yard of Cornelius and-Bar-
bara Benson, who live just
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was awakened by a tre-
mendous boom and "saw
a big red flash" through her
bedroom window.
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were able to see that
the tops of trees around
their property had been
knocked down and they
were missing a piece of
their back deck.
Cornelius Benson said
planes routinely fly so low
over his house that a few
years ago, the airport au-
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The 2012 season wasn't veriy enjoyable
for the Graceville Lady Tigers, who lost all
18 matches they played. in uding all P13.
against district opponents.
Graceville suffered more losses'after the
Season with the graduations of top hitter
Taylor McDaniel (149 kills ing2012), team
captain Caitlin Miller, and one ofAits most-
steady contributors in KayleeVaughn. .
But new coach Rochelle Summerwell, who
came to GHS from Marianna after coaching
the Lady Bulldogs' middle school and ju-
nior varsity teams, had a less dire prognosis
for her new team Wednesdaywhile looking 'bt' SPINNERs Fg OpI IA
I D m"nique Robinson makes a save for
ahead to the new season that begins with, a one n eae f cr
preseason classic in Chipley on Aug. 20. se a eville during summer volleyball game
feel pretty good. I think it's going tobeagain Chipley.
a6 productive season for us anditm looking after getting just 10 sets of varsity action in
forward to the girls learning a lot more and 2012, while newcomers Cristina Ramirez
doing really well," she said, making note of and Alexis Philports also will see imne on
Cthe team's improvement during the suim- the varsity. ,
mer season. "I definitely think we're making i That gives GHS eight players forthe varsi-
progress and I think (the players), are seeing tyteam, though Sunmenrwell said she wants
some of the progress, which is a benefit in to see the numbers forboth the varsity and
itself for them to feel like we're doing be- i Vteams go up in the future. :
ter and that we've grown as a team..Theyare To-d that, she'll have to "create a certain
working hard. I'm excited about the season level 'of exciting about volleyball at the
starting." school that she said is notbquite there yet.
The Lady Tigers have five varsity regulars so"WhatIw antito.do is build a strong pro-
back from last year's team in middleblocker gram. Not a lot of kids here are interested
Caroline Nichols, outside hitters Erin Rosa in volleyball.:It's not real big to them,' the
and Seu Yeon So, setter Telisha Nettles and" coach said. "I want to make it a.popular
libero Bethany Layton. program where the girls from elemen-
Sophomore middle blocker Dominique tary to.-middle school are excited about
Robinson goes into the season6 as a starter volleyball, and I want to increase the


Middle School Tigers
return with new

coach, confidence
dOenl,'iclloridar corn
Graceville Midde? School will
be back in the football business
in 2013 after a year away. with
new coach Fred Fountain look-
ing to get the young Tigers on
track with a big and talented
young core of players.
In 2012, the middle school
team was scrapped in favor
of a restructured junior var-
sity squad that. featured play-
ers from seventh through ninth
That.team nearly pulled off
an undeefeatrd season, coming
up just short thanks to an 8-6
season-ending defeat at the
hands of Port St. Joe.
The Tigers have five, return-
ing players with significant ex-
perience from that group and
some talented newcomers that
Fountain said Wednesday will
have a chance to make an im-
mediate impact on the team.;
Fountain served as a varsity
assistant last season, and de-
spite just getting started with
practice this week, said he has
a very bright outlook for this
"I'm feeling pretty confident.
The guys have comb out-and
given a lot of hustle, and I see
a lot of desire with the young
kids. They're hungry to play,"
the coach said. "This group-
could be really good. We pos-
sibly could go undefeated if
we get to where I want us to be
in that length of time. They're
progressing a lot. Time will
Returning from last year's
IV team are fullback/line-
backer Julian Severson, run-
ning back Cameron McClain,
tight end/linebacker Conner
McQueen, and offensive/de-
fensive linemen Gabriel Elrod




MAFt HmIjEr ir t ULOIUr
Fredrick Fountain walks the Graceville Middle School squad through a play Wednesday afternoon.

and Clark Dohrenwend.
TheTigers also will get help
from a talented group of new-
comers such as quarterback/
linebacker Parker Aultman,
running back/defensive back
Tyler Jones, linebacker Sage
Ennis, fullback/linebacker Jo-
seph Clpibome, and running
back/defensive back Charlie
Aultman is slotted to start
at quarterback and run the
team's Double Wing offense,
with Jones and McClain set to
be playmakers from the wing-
back positions with Severson
providing the inside attack at
FountainsaidthatJones could
provide the team with a home
run threat on the outside.
"As far as speed, he's lights
out," the coach said. "He could
probably run with some of the
varsity players. He's exception-
ally fast and he'll get a bunch of
carries in the offense. He's the

type of kid who, if you blink,
you could be looking at him
The coach said he also has
been impressed with Severson'
and McClain and that the trio
of backs could be the founda-
tion for his team's success, this
"Severson is another kid that
could probably play on the.
varsity team. He's a 196-pound
fullback and he's a pretty strong
kid," he said. "Cameron Mc-
Cain will get a lot of carries.
He's not quite as fast as Tyler
Jones, but he's pretty fast. I defi-
nitely think our strength will be
being able to run the football.
We're pretty big up front and
we're pretty fast too."
Fountain has coached Ault-
man in Pee Wee football arid
said he's looking forward to
having him as his quarterback
once again.
"He's good at a lot of things.
He's really good at the bootleg

fakes and stuff, and he hides,
the ball better than any kid I've
ever coached," he said. "He
plays inside linebacker too, so
he's a tough kid. We'll throw it.
around some and try to keep
them honest and be balanced.
He can throw the ball, and
we've got some guys who can
catch it."
On the other side of the ball,
the coach said he was confi-
dent in his group's ability to
stop the run and get after the
quarterback, though less sure
about its ability to defend the
However, pass defense is just
one of many areas of the game
that Fountain said his team
needs to make major strides in.
-"I'm actually concerned
about us in .every aspect right
now because it's so early. There
are a lot ofareas we need to im-
prove on and improve quickly,"
he said. "I'm glad we don't have
a game coming up quickly."

Tom Brady said to have sprained left knee

Tne Asociate d Press
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. A person famil-
iar with the injury says Patriots quarterback
Tom Brady sprained his left knee in a prac-
tice Wednesday and his return is day to day.
An MR] on the knee was negative, said
the person, who spoke on condition of ano-
nymiry because the team hadn't made an
The two-time league MVP limped off the
field midway through New England's joint
practice with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Left tackle Nate Solder was pushed into
Brady by Tampa Bay defensive end Adrian
Claybom. The two-time league MVP, enter-

ing his 14th NFL season, rocked backward
on the ground and held his left knee. He
went to the sideline, then re-
turned for a few more plays
before talking with coach Bill
Belichick and leaving the field
under his own power.
Brady tore the anterior cru-
ciate ligament in his left knee
Brady in the 2008 season opener and
d missed the rest of the season.
He has played every game since then.
"You've always got to stay away from the
quarterback" in practice, Claybom said.
"You got a guy on his heels and my instinct is
to keep going, so that's what I did."

The contact came after Brady threw a long
incompletion down the right sideline toward
rookie Aaron Dobson.:
"We're always working to protect," Solder
said. "I'll have to see what happened on the
film. I screwed some things.up here and
After Brady left the field, Ryan Mallett
played with the first offensive unit and Tim
Tebow played with the second team. Mallett
threw an interception soon after taking over.
In his first series after Bradyleft, Tebow com-
pleted three of seven passes.
"I'm just trying to do my job," Mallett said.
"I'm sure Tom will be fine and we'll just go

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knowledge about the sport.
"What I hope to do is develop-an interest
in the community in volleyball and what it
means to play at a high level. I'm not look-
ing for it to be something that happens even
in the next year or two. It's something down
the road. I really like Graceville and the kids
are great here; I'm looking forward to build-
ing the program with these kids."
Part of developing GHS into a winning
program is developing a high volleyball IQ
for the players, which is an area where Sum-
merwell, said her team still has a lot of room
to grow.
"I would say that communication is.defi-
nitely a place where we're lacking. Our com-
'munication on the court is one of our big
emphases right now," she-said. "We're run-
ning a new offensethat they haven't run be-
fore, but the knowledge of the offense has
increased since the summer and the more
comfortable with it they are, the better ev-
,erything will be. I think we've come a long
way, but.we still can have some improve-
ment there."' '
Finding a foothold in a tough District 2-
1A that features traditional powers Sneads
and B1lountstown will be tough, but Sum-
merwell said that she is focusing less on the
league standings and more on making sure
hedr players aren't settling for simply being
"I told them that I want their goals to be
to win. I want them to realize that win-
ning is not an unreasonable goal," she said.
"They're very talented girls and I just want
them to work towards developing their tal-
ents and having a successful season."





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-^ ^ ^ ^ JAUK5UN,!UUN I Y AKRA KbRlUN I D UANT I IN: Pictured above and protected by armed guards are the Overstuffed Money Bags
Containing i0 individual Vault Bags full of money that everyone is trying to get. That's because each Vault Bag is know to; contain over
100 U.S.-Gov't issued coins some dating back to the'early 190M's.

State zip codes determine who gets free Silver coins

Vault Bags loaded with U.S. Gov't issued coins are up forgrabs as thousands of U.S. residents stand to miss the deadline to claim
the money; now any resident of Florida who finds their zip code listed below gets to claim the bags of money for themselves and
keep any valuable coins found inside by covering the Vault Bag fee within the next 2 days ,
n ,:,:,. Vault .Bagf-e. w.thin.,n'. t ...dys,'. ,

FLORIDA The phone lines are ringing
off the hook.
That's because for the next 2 days Vault
Bags containing valuable U.S. Gov't is-
sued coins are actually being handed
over to Jackson County area residents
who find their zip code listed in today's
publication. '
."Now that the bags of money are up
for grabs Florida residents are claiming
as .many as they can get before they're'all
gone. That's because after the Vault Bags
were loaded with over 100 U.S. Gov't is-
sued coin the bags were sealed for good.
But, we do know that some of the coins
date clear back to the early 1900s, includ-
ing: Silver, scarce, highly collectible, and
currently circulating U.S. Gov.'t. issued
,nickels, dimes and quarter dollars, so
.there's no telling what you'll find until you
sort through all the coins," said Timothy
J. Shissler, Chief Numismatist for the pri-
vate World Reserve.
,The only thing residents need to do is
'find their zip code on the Distribution List
printed"iM today's publication. If their zip
code is on the list, they need to immediate-
ly call the National Claim Hotline before
the 2-day order deadline ends.
Everyone who does is being given the
90% pure Silver Walking Liberty coin for
free just by covering the fee for each Vault
Bag loaded with over 100 U.S. Gov't issued
coins for only $99 each as long as they 'all
before the deadline ends.
Since this advertising announcement
can't stop dealers and collectors from
Shoarding any of the valuable coins they
can get their hands on, the World Reserve
had to-seta strict .limit of ten Vault Bags
per resident. '
"Coin values always fluctuate and there
are never any guarantees, but those who
get in on this now will be the really smart
ones. Just think what some of these coins
could be worth someday," said Shissler.
Each Vault Bag is loaded in part with '
highly sought after collector coins dating
clear backto the 1900s including a 90%
Spure'Silver Walking Liberty Half Dollar,
anEisenhowerDollar, some of the last ever
mifited.U.S. Dollars, Kennedy Half Dollars,
Silver Mercury Dimes, rarely seen Liber-
ty"V. Nickels, nearly 100 year old Buffalo
Nickels and abig scoop of unsearched cur-
rently circulating U.S. Gov't issued nick-
els, dimes and quarter dollars.
"We're bracing for all the calls because
there are just hours left for residents to
get the Silver Walking Liberty coin free,"
he said.
So, Jhckson County area residents lucky
enough to find their zip code listed in to-
day's publication need to immediately call
the National Claim Hotlines before the
2-day deadline ends to get the Silver Walk-
ingLiberty coin free. If lines are busy keep
trying, all calls will be answered. 0

phone lines are ringing off the hook. Thlat's
because thousands ofseateo Vault Bags each
loaded with over 100 U.S. 3'Gov't issued coins
some dating back to the early 1900s includ-
ing: Silver, scarce, highly collectible, and cur-
rently circulating coins are being handed over
to Jacksorr County area residents.


HoW to Claim the bags of UiS. Gov't issued coins: Read the important information
listed below about. claiming the Vault Bags. Then call the Natfonal Claim Hotline before the 2-day,
deadline ends at: 1-888-2f2-6742 ::' : -
Who gets to claim the bags of moiey:Thbusands of U.S. residents stand to miss the deadline to claim the money. .Now '
Jackson County area-residents who find the first two digits'of thqir zip code listed in today's publication and beat the 2-day
deadline get to claim the bags of.money for themselves and keep all the U.S. Gov't issued coins found inside:
4 I keep calling and can't get through: That's because each Vault Bag is guaranteed to contain a free Silver Walking'Liberty
coin and just that one-coin alone could be worth $15-$325 In collector value. So thousands of residents are calling to claim
as many Vault Bags as they can get before they're all gone. In fact, since the Vault Bag fee is just 199 everyone is claiming as
many bags as they canbefore the deadline ends. So if lines are busy keep trying, all calls will be answered.
0 How much are the. Vault'Bags worth', C(in: values always fluctuate and there are never any guarantees, but here's why '
SFlorida residents are claiming as many Vault'Bags as they can get before they're all gone. After the Vault Bags were loaded with
over 100 U.S. Gov't issued coins including: Silver,.scarce, highly collectible, and a big scoop of unsearched currently circulating
U.S. Gov't issued coins the bags were sealed for good; But we do know that some of the coins date back to the 1900s. That
means there's no telling what you'll find urpil you sort through all the coins. So you better believe at just 199 the Vault Bag fee
is a real steal -since the free Silver Walking Liberty coin alone could be worth from $15 to $325 in collector value.
0 Are the Silver Walking Liberty coins really Free: Yes. All Jackson County area residents who beat the 2-day deadline are
instantly .being awarded a Silver Walking Liberty coin issued by the U.S..Gov't between 1916-1947 free with each Vault.Bag
they claim.
0 Why is the Vault Bag fee so low: Because thousands of U.S. residents have missed the deadline to claim the money the
World Reserve has re-allocated Vault Bags that will be scheduled to be sent out in the next 2 days. That means the money is up
for grabs and now anyresident who finds the first two digits of their zip code on the Distribution List below'gets to claim the bags
of moneyfor themselves and keep all the U.S. Govt issued coins found inside. Each Vault Bag fee is set at 3149 for residents who
miss the 2 day deadline, but for those who beatthe 2-day deadline the Vault Bag fee is just .99 as long as they call the National
Claim Hotline before the deadline ends at: 1-888-282-6742.


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LEO (July 23-Aug.22)-
Look for ways to improve
your life, your attitude and
your image. The new you
will surprise some and
impress others. -
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept 22)
It would be wise to keep
your personal life out of
the workplace. Listen to
what others have to say, it
will help matters.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct 23)
-Talk your way into or
out of anysituation using
your charm and intel-
ligence.CGl inma favor if it
will help you get ahead.
SC 'ORP.(Oct 24-Nov.
22) -Do-something you
Enjoy. IJEIsomething
new that you can utilize
toearn more cash or raise
'your profile.
23-Dec. 21) Emotions
will surface in a heated
situation. Don't hesitate to
ask questions if you don't
know where you stand.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) -A little persuasion
mixed with ingenuity and
the offeringbf the proper
incentives will ensure that
you get your way.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) Focus on partner-
ships, be they domestic
or Work-related. Discuss
problems and disagree-
ments openly and
PISCES (Feb."20-March
20) -You have several
profitable ideas that you
can act upon. Exercise
your brain and you will
come up with a service
that your community
MRIES (March 21-April
19) -Take on a challenge
and engage in activities
that will give you the op-
portunity to show your
intelligence and talent.
TAURUS (April 20-May
20) Stick close to home
and people you know you
can trust Before spending
a lot on a luxury itemdo
your research.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
Trying to push others to
do what you want will lead
to. emotional problems.
Use reverse psychology.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)
Step into the limelight
and show how capable
you are. You've got some
creative ideas that can
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Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annle: My husband has a 12-year-
old daughter from a previous marriage.
We don't get to see "Eumma" too often.
SShe lives with her mother in another
state, and Mom keeps her summers so
packed that she-cannot visit.
The problem is that this year Emma
visited my father-in-law for an entire
week, and he didn't once let her do any-
thing with us. It was very upsetting. My
husband and I have three young children
together, and Grandpa spends NO time
with them at all. Yet he managed a week
with Emma and didn't include us. Our
5-year-old was hurt that Grandpa spends
time with his older sister but never does
anything with him. ,
Can I do anything about Grandpa.
playing favorites? It kills me to see my
children hurt because of it. I also want
my children to have.a good relationship


George S. -aufman, a dramatist and journalist
who died in 196, said of "Between the Sheets" by
Howard Dieti, "I understand your new play is full
-of single entendres."
Ouch! Yesterday I recommended not using many
bidding conventions. Inexperienced pairs expend
so much energy trying to remember them that they
are exhausted by the time the cardplay begins,-
However, there is one convention that is very use-
ful: the splinter bid. An unnecessary jump shows
good support for partner's suit, at leastlgame-forc-
ing values, and a single card (or void) in -the suit.
justnamed. (Asigletofi is seven times more likely
than avoid.) It helps partner evaluate the fit
In this -deal, North's-four-club rebid promised
four-card heart support, a strong hand and 5sin-
.gleton (or void) in dubsSouth, whose honors were
al working used Roman Key Card Blackwood to
learn- that his partner had one ace and the heart
king-queen (or two aces and the heart queen).
AfterWest finds the best lead, the diamond eight,
against sixhearts, how shouldSouth'pla..?
Declarer has 11 top tricks: four spades, four,
hearts and three diamonds.A ruff in one hand or
the other will be the 12th trick. South wins withhis
diamond ace (the honor from the shorter side first)
and draws two rounds of trumps but must be
careful to use dummy's honors. When the 4-1 split
is revealed, declarer cashes dummy's diamond
king, ruffs a diamond with his heart ace, plays a
trump to dummy's nine, draws the last trump, and

with their half-sister. ['ve talked to my'.
husband, but he doesn't know what to
do, either, and it's causing a great deal of
stress in our home. .

Dear Upset: You surely realize that
Grandpa "hoards" Emma in an effort
to make up for the divorce and also to
be sure that his ex-daughter-in-law will
continue to allow the girl to visit. Your
husband should speak to his father arid
explain how hurt the other grandchil-
dren are that he doesn't spend any time
with them. You both should encourage
Grandpa to come over more often. More
importantly, if your husband doesn't get
to seeF Emma-because Mom is deliber-
Sately preventing it,he should speak to
his lawyer about amendingthe visitation

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*. 2 "raveS paces availlieat :'
Gret Preem6ral Gades -
Great Price ~U: *.865-46-7314-^- -

Cemetery PI.ts:(4) Movitngand Must Sell!!
Meadow Lawn CemeteryEnterprise'Paid $7,980
Will Sell $5,800 Make Offer. Call 334-791-6459

332 zi- R. Mran
Fr.Augus 16h*& at.Augst17h 8a2
700S O RET TaF
Fo ictues nd. oreinfoplasvsi

Yard Sale 3416"Harden Court "North Oaks"
Fri. & Sat. August 16th & 17th (8am-lpm)
Home Decor, Childrens Toys & Clothes, Books
and Much More! Rain or Shine!

Chest of Drawer: like new, with extra large mir-
ror $75 Dinette Table $25 Call 850-762-3370
Computer W/ printer 60 hrs. use, like new Dell
$325. Amoire $30. Desk $15. 850-272-8374
Desk-Early American, Middle Comp., 4 drawers
ea. side, Maple, 42"x21"x30" $85. 850-482-5215
Desk:good condition-oak finish engineered
wood $25. Lots of storage space 850-209-7679


Janitorial Business for sale
Equipment, training and 60K
annual gross $19,500

Door: Exterior fiberglass door with blinds
unfinished, includes frame $375. 850-482-7090
Luggage-2 Pc., Red $35.; Coffee Table-Solid Ma-
ple, 60"x24"16", Bottom Shelf $90. 482-5215
Screen Door alum. 36"x81" $45. 1st edition AA
Big Book $400. 850-263-1039
University of Auburn Taigate Wrap fits all full.
size truck 36x58.6 $25. Call 850-482-5215

urn mture Brown leather sofa, loveseat,
club chair, excellent condition, $1,500.
2 cream colored upholstered wood-pub
chairs, $75. Wood & slate coffee table,
48"W x 24"D x 20"H,$50. Call 334-798-1407

CALL BOB (334) 219-4697
OR 850) 710-0189

Wanted: Old Coins, Gold,
Diamonds, Guns, And Tools
West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440.

H-t Tub/Spa: Like new 5'x6'x3',
Paid $3,600, Sell for $2,000
Call 850-594-7914

Flatbed Trailer. 10,000 lb. haul weight; 6"
channel tongue & frame; 2 5200# brake axles
& breakaway box; 15" 8-ply radial tires; heavy
duty treadplate fenders; 2"x8" pressure treat-
ed wood floor; 5' chain up ramps; 7000# drop-
leg jack; 3" channel crossmembers @ 18" on
center; 2-5/16" coupler. $2,200. Call Paul at

Free Kittens (4) to a good home. 7 weeks old,
litter trained, male & female. 850-272-4908
AKC Lab Puppies Black and Chocolate, 3
males and 6 females. Dew claws removed,
shots up to dateand vet checked. Ready now
for new loving home. Both parents pedigree
available. Mother has champion blood line. Dad
is beautiful chocolate. Will deliver. $350
Call 334-447-1856 or 404-273-4875.
Dobermans: AKC, 5 males 3 females.
I have black, blue, and blondes left. $450.
Call 334-621-0352 334-775-1700
ELabMixe, Small Mixed E BrrtetTeds,2 f&

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Confirmation classes,
$50. for 6 weeks
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4 Shots required 4
Starting September 10th

Call 334790-26 or 334-299-3315
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shelled peanuts
8590-209-3322 or 850-573-6594
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All Farm Fresh!
220 W. Hwy 52 Malvern

Cantpbel ton Farm Service 5221. Hwy. 231 South
"- 50-2634, 24 ..
NewCro iflk'pats
(Good fo C ver C'op o Grazing)'$4.00 bushel
V# cleaned & baggld Oates
(horse feed) $04 ag.

SIFeed Oaks
for Horses & Cattle
$10. per 100 lbs.
bring your own bag please

Beautiful Bermuda Coastal Hay'
Round Rolls $50 Square $5
^^ Call 334-791-0023

I* SIm-Anus Replacement Heffers
S Top Blood LiUnes. Priced to Sell.,
Call 334-898-1626 or 334-360-5035

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$69.95buy 2
get one FREE
Live Oaks, Crape Myrtle,
Cherry Laurel & Magnolias
By appointment
^ 334-692-3695

Part-time News Clerk

The Jackson County Floridan newspaper
has an immediate opening for a part-time
news clerk to handle various community
listings columns, assist people in-the
newsroom and answer telephone calls and
questions ,from the public.IThe successful
applicant should possess excellent written
'and verbal communication skills and be
knowledgeable with computer. Must type
accurately and quickly and able to juggle
different tasks at once.
Drug screen & background check required.

Send resume to:
4403 Consttution Lane
^ Maranna FL 32448

We ie looking for ana greswete ersq".-
,se kin a creeruiAutomobile Sals.,
1 1epds to 6e .motivate with de-' b tiri ear
mrpeyr. Great Earning Potential, Guarnieed.
Weekly Salary. Earnings Unlimited to the.'
rTpht~lndivtduaI while you trair,-.-4-'
Benefits&Package. Apply i.rSOBw,
ASKF6RR F kBanM.$M 2
CHIPOr^w Mii

Lookahead to your
future! Start training
'S for a new career in
FOR T I Medical Assisting,
COLLEGE Medical Office Admin.,
Pharmacy Technology,
Electrical Trades'&HVAC!
'Call Fortis 'College 888-262-4813
For connsiumer info :visit wwwAufnrtisor.ed

1BR 1BA Furnished Apt. In Cypress, $400 /mo
+ dep. Incl. water/garb./Iawn/pest control
850-592-2359 / 850-209-7195



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Rene' Headquarters Inc,.
^ 1 ~Hair anil Tan Salons f
4482 Liyen St.. M nlon. FL
050 462 7895
5406 lOl t' ,1 L lone. FL .3
8. 50.569 20553 j

E K LI Sound Machine
Ic-i~fiJ~vv "-: 'Ev :^- ..
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35nCi*Pli. tt '
fm&Dozer Kand Excavaion. Work' i .::'
Ponds -n~ Roa Bui,. ldn -S Doliution .,,

SprinegTreePanting ebiieSprcaying
DJHikLijjourslijihe corn 0i' cc Fi'bu~

Inued and cRerencegAav i lao b
Ponds Road Building Demolition
Pine Tree Planting Herbicide Spraying
| Fife Line Plowing Burning
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Clay W NW0 Cell 850-832-5055
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If you are interested in buying at a
BIG discount Or earning extra $$
become a representative today!
850-579-1499 or emafl: TedavonulaoLcom

SaI6 Rof Cleaning vanfalf e
(6C:s ) $1w s5.01 He ,441
-*-. O 11661 992-5333. C' l~f0I59141tAa

Backhoe Work& Underground Utilties
Office (850) 526-2852 3976 Highway 90 W.
Fax (850) 526-5881 Marianna. Fl 32446

&Soft 7"1, S..ecee
65iohve? r ,S anLa f i undvd tliies
linii |6 O| 0. &-ir j9.76 ilgnrnay 90 VV
sltlii :-88l Mar.af.r.i t W32446

Gerold Gause & Lee M.-.Gause Oaver'
Highway 90 East PO Box 896 Martanna FL 32447
pnori (850) 462-5056 leil tree (888) 482-5056
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Affordable Lawn Care
Low Overhead=Low Prices ,
850-263-3813 850-849 --1175


Big Or Small Jobs WELCOME

"Beautificaton of Your Home"
Carpentry/Painting Installations
Furniture Repair & Refinishing
General Repairs Insured


3BR/1BA 1712 Mission Rd. Furn house CH&A,
with carport $650. Mo.+ $650. Dep.No smoking
or Pets. Credit Report & lyr lease required.
Call 850-638-6405 for appointment.
1 & 2BR Apartments In Marianna
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own
Lot rent Included. For details
850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 40
.1BR/1BA Completely Remodeled, 5 minutes
from Wal-mart, engery efficient, tankless
water heater, all apple No Smoking or Pets!
$475 Mo. + $4A Den. Call 850-573-6198

3BR/1.5BA Brick Home 2589 McClain St
Cottondale $750. Mo + Dep 334-714-8343
or 334-714-9553F
A usAtn Yule, A Uv n & C

Quality Homes & Apartments
850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business"

Cozy 1 bedroom, 1 bath, eat-in-kitchen,
living rm, quiet area $475 mo. plus utilities.
2/1 MWIS In Kynsville $380. $381.Ldep.
m#NAce Country lvIng 4w
[2&3bedroummoUhe HeNames InCohajdaliL1
$509 mnd wp 2.f~at ai oldd

2 & 3BR Mobile Homes In Cottondale.
NO PETS CH8A $325- $SOO/Month
Please call 850-258-1594 or
850-638-8570 Leave Message

I2 & 3BR Moble Homes
in Madranna & Sneads (850)209-8595

I* 3/2 DbL Wd. Mobile Home (by Itself) l|
11 on quiet lot hInSneads. 850-209-6595

3/2 DW hi Malone, CH/A, No pets, security
neg., Section 8 ok. 850-594-9991 or 850-557-
3BR 2BA, Mobile Home nice total elec. on pave
road near Blue Springs water & yard maint fur-
nished No Pets $550. mo + dep. 850-638-7822

.sq. ft. Trnappihnn FreezerM 4 I fta *ilert
s. t.WarheeSeng-ladhegdsk
totAsu55sS. ItL.$395L.mo. 50-718-64L'

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(800) 342-7400 or l-855-mSwfrca

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* 850-372-4456
MIhael D. Smith. lng-
2911 jeffemon St.4- Mananna. FL 32446

1 inip sate urtvers
save 45% or more.

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Cefi 850209-9077
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Locally Owned & Operated Since 1961
Old Coftondale Rd Marianna 5262651 SI
Hwy.90 East-.Sneads-593W670 *61anks-,Sa
Hwy. 20 West -Blountstown 6744400 m orease

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Hours: Mon-Fri 7-5 Sat 7-1
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FSBO: 4BR/3BA 179 E. Lily .SL Hartford. 3000SF
Laundry room, fireplace, 2 car-garage, screen
porch, fenced yard. $184,500. Will pay $2,500 in
closing and $450 home warranty. 334-470-9407

200726 ft. Carolina Sidff and dual axle baler ,
150 hp Yamaha 4-stroke engine, hydraulic
anchor, Bimini Top, 2 deck chairs, rated 8 per-
sons, kept inside dry storage at Pirates Cove
Marinna, Panama City $13,500 (334)714-712D
SBasstracker 1988,
Mercury 60 HP,
Md depth finder,'triler,
excellent condition,
$24300 334 1 32.0018
ues FTin Bass,
1990 E2nlmantor All
Aluminum Bass
Boat, 50 HP force
engine, galvan-
ized trailer-new
tires, all in very
goOd condition, 2
Snlive well boxes,,4
new seats,.new Hummilnbird fish finder $3,995
OBO 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998
Quantum 1989 17ft., Fish-N-Ski, w/85hp Forc .
Motor, AM/FM, fCB depth finder, trolling motor,
power-tilt, trailer, live welis, low hours, good
condition $3,P500 3l4-35S-1373
stratos Bus Bat, 201 Pro X3L w/raller,' ?003
Evinrude 225 h.p. (low hours), Trolllngw motor,
GPS, 2 Depth finders, extra, SS Prop., Built in
Battery Charger. Lots of Extras, Excellent con-
dition, garage kept. Must see! $8,495 229-334-

Fleetwoed 1998 PaceArrow
1 34' Sleeps 6, 23k miles, 2
Ij AC units, 4 new tires. Clean
rn-liand well taken care of and
S^ a under shelter. selling due .
Sto health problemIs. $17,500
orwill tradefor pickup of equal value.,Cali334'--,- -
797-6803 and leave message..,

(classic cars) 1992 CadillacAllante
convertible, new co.iputer, new tires, clean,
good condition, 68K miles, white/black top'1 .
$4495. (334)714L7129 / 334-702-7917
p2004 Nissan Titan LE
crew cab.(lull four door)
*0 cold A/C Rockford Fosgate
premium sound system, 6
j disc CD changer & auxilary
input, tow mode power
locks & windows. Leather, 2nd row separate
audio, new battery, 121k mi. $10,900. 618-2507
2012 Smart Car Convertible -
gas11000 miles, like new, factory
L warranty, A/C, A/T, heated seats
and much more. Asking only
$14,995.00 Call 334 701t-5129
Chevrolet 2012 Sonic LTZ Turbo: Victory red, 4
door, loaded with leather interior, sunroof, un-
der 10k miles, bought new in April 2013,40
MPG, mint condition $17,000. Call 334-347-1072
P Dodge 2002 Grand Caravan
Sport, Taupe. Power driver
seat, power windows,
looks. A/C. Heater works
great front and rear,
AM/FM/tape/CD, towing pkg, roof rack, front
cloth bucket seats 2 rows bench seats. Runs
& rides well. High highway mileage 266K, good
gas mileage. $2,200. 334-696-4767
i GMC 2001 Yukon XL Denarl
~Burgundy w/beige leather
interior and heated seats.
Front and rear AC controls,
equipped with b-dse 6'CD changer system..
Comes with tinted Windows and rear defogger
also has third row seats'and is fully loaded.'
Has keyless entry and security system in place.
it has 284,306 miles mostly highway and it is a
good family vehicle. $4.500. 850-526-1819"


Honda 2006 VTX 1300RS:
black, like new water
cooled, shaft drive, only
7200 original miles $5,000.
Call 334-648-6166

Suzuld 2005 Burgman
M 400 automatic motorcycle,
H blue, water cool engine &
^ ^ fuel injected, exc. cond.
B 4,000 miles, adult owned,
R $2,500 50 mpg city.

Ford '97 Ford Pace Bus: for sale to the highest B
bidder. The bus may be seen at Enterprise I- _____I___
Adult Care Center, 106 Douglas Brown Circle, LEG 5;AL INOT ICES
Enterprise, Alabama. Sealed bids must be sent
to;Wiregrass Rehabilitation Center, 795 Ross LFI60M2
Clark Circle, Dothan, Alabama, by August 30, LETTERS OF INTEREST
2013, by 4:00 pam. If you have questions, con- AND STATEMENTS OF QUAJLIFICATIONS
tact Mona Meadows (334) 792-0022, Ext 283. For

Tractor Yanmnar Diesel 1986 with bush hog &
rebuilt engine, runs great! $3200.
Call Dean 334-983-3164.

li, ^ I _^ April 2013,151,000 miles, power driver seat,.
Suzulk12O6 V'ia 2 K ^ mie^od' ofRackHachbak, gea s ilag
condgr eat little compact SUVer Edition, $3900. seat, fantastic cloth

334-791-8977. $5999.998 -
FToyota19964 Ruonier, Ford 2005 Freestar SIE Van Handicap, beige
100000 mileson motor & withclot interior 900k miles equipped Woith
Transmission, new tires, VMI system very clean new fuel pump, new
______________________________April 2013, 151,000 miles, power driver seat,
-power windows, lock, Dual.AYC AM/FM/CD,
Suzui 206Grand Vitar 12SK miles, *good RofacHthckgrtgsmiee
cond., great little compact SUV $5800. $3f ac,900. ch0ck0 334-479-0232ag
r n Toyota 199.6 4 RuanW, Ford 2005 Freestar SE 'Jaw. Handicapi, beige
100,000 miles on motor & with cloth interior, 85 miles, equipped With
transmission, new tires, VMI system, very clean; new fuel pump, new
A/C & heat, nice vehicle, tires, rebuilt trans, garagekept, cold AC, tie ,
$2599.99. Call 334-984- down system. $18,995 NEG., Call 334-a301-6064
2015 or 334-301-0988 or 334-301-1204
205 .:-.. ... -
BOX TRUCK 2004 Freghtllner M-2 26 ft with 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF
attic, air brakes, cat engine, 6 sp. trans.' YOUR TOWIMG .NEEDS!
26,000 gvwr, 195K miles, exc. cond. $14,500. ':. '
Call: 334-798-1221.. lwc~ -vI e. /M d.
Chevy 1994 C15S00 Pick-up silver in color, AUTO BODY& RECYCLING
147,700 miles, For more information .PAITNO TOP DOLLAR. FOR JUNK CARS
Call: 850-579-4303. "Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624
La~~ca~Chevy 2003 SIO ExL Cab
r_ ^ | ^^ automatic. 6 cyl. AC, 1 ** .
__ __ AM/FM/CD. 100k miles. CALL FOR TOP PRICE
In excellent condition.
Can be seen atthe Roundabout Golf Course.- FOR JUNK VEHICLES
$6,300 firm. Call 699-5771 -
Ford '03Ford Pacer Bus: for sale to the highest I ALSO SELL USED PARTS.
bidder. The bus may be seen at Dothan Adult 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664
Care Center, 795 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, Ala-
bama. Sealed bids must be sent to Wiregrass r ,-.---- --- .-.- ]"L-
Rehabilitation Center, 795 Ross Clark Circle, 2 '" I
Dothan, Alabama, by August 30,2013, by 4:00 : -:.]1 g gf P
p.m. If you have questions, contact Mona -
Meadows (334) 792-0022, Ext. 283. _____*_
-Ford 1995 F-150 XLT
Supercab, loaded, V-8, ""
,,, __ , __ !. .. .,':
Automatic, new tires, 'f,
wheels, bed liner, 75,000 T dollyears one
*miles, like new c edition, .. .llonshor.do r vdyti.a:
'.' tcjnn ->-n iA *on oco *-Mo )ineyTqr-Your_,quetvefca.-'.*-.r*

.* 'b.5uJ uai .I.JT- I j .u 5 j.5.j .
i a Ford 2006 F-250, Fx4 Turbo
JDiesel, Leather, many-ex-
'tras, only 74,000 miles.
Cl 4- 7- $12,995. DEAL'MAX AUTO,
Call 334-470-8402.
-Ford 2006 Ranger XL, Eco-.
nomical 2.3 4 cylinder, au-.z
tomatic, 68,000 miles,
U clean, $7380. Call 334-
Ford 2008 Ranger Super Cab Sport 66K mi. A/T,'
A/C, cruise, tilt steering wheel, bedliner, tool
box & towing package. Exc. Cond. Has been re-
built $8,600 firm Call: 334-479-8678.


consbtucton and Engaeeidg
Inspection Services
CR 162 Paved Shoulder Constructin Project
FDOT Local Agency Proram
FPID #429674-2-68-01
Federal-Ad Project Number 8886-2-A
Dear Vendor,
Thank you for your interest in doing business
with the Jackson County Board of County
Commissioners. Currently, we are requesting
Letters of Interest and Statements of
Qualifications from registered, qualified con-
sultant firms in the State of Florida with experi-
ence-in Construction and Engineering Inspec-
tion Services on FDOT Local Agency Program
Projects involving Local Agency Program and
Federal reporting requirements, and inspection
on projects involving paved shoulders,
resurfacing, asphalt, earthwork, pipe work, and
SConcrete. The consultant will support of the
Jackson County's Engineering Department The
project is listed below:
SCR162 Paved Soulder Project
S(from Holmes County Line to State Road 273)
The selected firm shall serves the Jackson
County Construction and Engineering Inspec-
tion Services consultants) for the project List-
ed below is some- pertinent information regard-
ing this Request for Qualifications:
FPID Number: 429674-2-68-041
Federal-Aid Project Number 8886-205-A
Due Date:
September 12,2013 2:00 pjm. "Central Thne"
Jackson County engineering Department '
2828 Owens Street, Marlamnna, H 32446
The consultants) will be selected based on
qualifications and experience for the type of '
project and will strictly follow the Consultants
Competitive Negotiations Act and the Local' '
Agency Program rules and regulations,
Construction and Engineering
Inspection SeMces
Please direct any questions regarding these
documents to Larry Alvarez at the Jackson
County Engineering Department. Questions
must be submitted in writing by email to Larry
Alvarez at lalvarezPjacksoncountyfLcom or
faxed to (850) 482-9063, with a copy emailed to
Jeannie Bean at jbeanijacksoncountyflcom or
faxed to Jeannie Bean at (850) 482-9063. We
look forward to working with you.' .
A copy of the RFQ may also be found on our
web page WWJaclksonceutYlL.cni click on
Engineering Department then on bids/RFQ's.
Larry Alvarez, County Engineer .
Jackson County Board of County .,,,
Commissioners .

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JZ Gold w/tan leather interi-
or: Air, sunroof,-all power,-
AM/FM/CD, 100k miles.
Excellent condition. $10,000 firm. Call 671-8178
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Arnold Ralph
Services for Dr. Arnold
Ralph Lambe will be held
today at 10 am at First Bap-
tist Church in Marianna
with Dr. Mark Long and
Reverend Otis Whitehead
Serving as Dr. Lambe's
pallbearers will be Christo-
pher Lambe, Grant Lambe,
Cody Lambe, Madison
Lambe, William Wynn and
Kenneth Schulz. In lieu of
flowers, memorials may be
made to the Florida Baptist
Children's Homes, P.O.
Box ,8190, Lakeland, FL
33802 (in memory of. Ar-
nold R. Lambe); Chipola
Historical Trust at 2305
Fillmore Drive, Marianna,
FL 32448, or Concerned
American Patriots at 2488
Spring Creek Road, Ma-
rianna, FL 32448.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of
arrangements. Expres-
sions of sympathy may be
submitted online at

Rebecca Stevens McGill,
born December 5, 1921,
died Wednesday, Augist
14, 2013, at the age of 91, at
Jackson Hospital with her
family by her side. Becky
was a native of Roanoke,
Alabama but had lived in
Marianna since 1952. She
graduated from Chambers
County High School and
Southern Union College
and attended Jacksonville'
Teachers College in Jack-
sonville, Alabama where
she received a life long
teachers certificate. She
returned to Chambers
County High School where
she taught for 10 years.
Becky married Tames H.'
McGill fror Wadley, Ala-
bama prior to his leaving
for Germany during World
War II. They were married
almost 62 years. "Mc", as
she affectionally called
him, preceded her in death
o6n'May 17,2005.
Mc and Becky came to
Marianna to; accept-jobs at
Chipola Junior College.

Becky served as secretary
to several presidents dur-
ing her 30 years at Chipola.
Becky has been a member
of the First United Method-
ist Church for more than 50
years. She was a pianist for
the Dean Skagg's Sunday
School Class and served in
various women's programs
including the Guild.
Becky participated in
many organizations while
living in Marianna. She
volunteered for the Ameri-
can Red Cross for 20 years.
She also volunteered for
the American Cancer Soci-
ety and Covenant Hospice
-for many years.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Cora
McJunkins and Cleve Ste-
vens, a brother, Tom Ste-
vens and a sister, Sarah
She is survived by her
son, James Stevens McGill
and Kay Turner of Phenix
City, AL "One daughter,
Pam McGill Sims and her
husband Danny and their
four sons (who were the
loves of her life) and wives,
Bryan and Dawn, Will and
Megan, Rick and Janell and
Jon and Lindsey, Also sur-
viving are her precious
great-grandchildren, Co-
hen, Abby, Tessa, Kambria,
and Mason. She is also
survived by her brother,
Dr. Bill Stevens of Irvine,
CA and her sister,'Evelyn
:Gibson,. of Monticello, MS
and two sister-in-laws and
their families, Dean McGill
of Hueytown, AL and Wil-P
ma McGfll of Auburn, AL.
Her family will greet
friends and relatives at the
First United Methodist
Church at 10 a.m., Friday,
August 16,2013 prior to the
service at 11:00. Intern-
ment will be in Pineprest
Memorial Gardens in Ma-
rianna with James & Sikes
,Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel of Marianna, Flori-*
da directing. In lieu of
flowers, it is Becky's re-
quest that donations be
made to First United Meth-
odist Church or Covenant
James and Sikes Funer-
al Home of Marianna, FL,"
(850) 482-2332, is in.
charge of arrangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at

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"ll-4l-, w "cording to court records,
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From Page 1A, meanor charge of exposing
Bellamy was subsequently himself in an incident out-
charged with battery upon side a convenience store in
a corrections officer. Ac- Cottondale.

Israelis, Palestinians

kick off peace talks

The Associated Press

low, Israeli and Palestinian
negotiators kicked off their
first substantive round of
peace talks in nearly five
years, huddling together
at an undisclosed loca-
tion Wednesday in search
of an end to decades of
The meeting was cloaked
in secrecy, an attempt
by both sides to prevent
leaks to the media and
maintain trust. Officials
would say only that the
talks took place in Jeru-
salem, and there was no
immediate comment from
either side. The Israeli gov-
ernment released a brief
video showing the chief
negotiators shaking hands
as the talks continued into
the evening.
Ahead of the meeting,
there already were signs of
trouble. A new Israeli push
to build hundreds of new
homes in Jewish settle,
ments and fresh fighting

in the Hamas-ruled Gaza
Strip underscored the
tough road ahead.
"We are committed to
making the effort, for the
sake of Israel and for Isra-
el's values," Israel's chief
negotiator, Tzipi Livni,
told Channel 10 TV before
the talks began. "It will be
complicated and complex,
but I am not giving up."
Late Wednesday, both
sides confirmed the meet-
ing had ended after several
hours. A Palestinian offi-
cial said they had agreed
to meet weekly, alternat-
ing between Jerusalem
and the West Bank town of
Jericho. The official spoke.
on condition of anonym-
ity because of the sides'
commitment.. to main-
tain secrecy. No further
details were immediately
The negotiations came
after months of mediation
by U.S. Secretary of State
John Kerry, who has made
six trips to the region since
taking office early this

A member of the Egyptian security forces speaks to a woman holding a stick as they clear a sit-in by supporters of ousted
Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, at the smaller of the two camps, near the Cairo University campus in Giza, Cairo, Egypt,
on Wednesday.

Hundreds reported killed

as Egypt smashes protests

The Assqciated'Press

CAIRO In Egypt's bloodiest day
since the Arab Spring began, riot
police- Wednesday smashed two
protest camps of supporters of the
deposed Islamist president, touch-
ing off street violence that officials
said killed nearly 300 people and
forced the military-backed interim
leaders to impose a state of emer-
gency and curfew. ..
The crackdown. drew widespread
condemnation from the Muslim
world and the West, including the
U.S., and Nobel Peace Prize winner
Mohamrned ElBaradei resigned as the
interim vice president in. protest
a blow to the new leadership's
credibility with the pro-reform
"Today was a difficult day," in-
terim Prime Minister Hazem el-Be-
blawi said in a televised address to
the nation. While he regretted the
bloodshed, he offered no apologies
for moving against the supporters
of ousted President Mohammed
Morsi, saying they were given ample
warnings to leave and he had tried
foreign mediation efforts.
The leaders of Morsi's Muslim
Brotherhood called it a "massacre."
Several of them were detained as
police swept through the two sit-in
'sites, scores of other Islamists were
taken into custody, arid the future
of the once-banned movement was
Backed byhelicopters, police fired
tear gas and used armored bulldoz-
ers t6 plow into the barricades at
the two protest camps in different
sections of Cairo where the Morsi
supporters had been camped since
before he was ousted by the military
Army troops did not take part in
the two operations, which began
shortly after 7 a.m. (0500 GMT 1
a,m. EDT), althoughfi they provided
security at the locations. ,
The smaller camp-near Cairo

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thieves. The main pieces
that hold his cargo are get-
ting a bit weather-wornm,
and so is Weaver. His lined
and suntanned face attests
to that
Weaver videotapes some
of his adventures; he has
footage of more than 200
police officers, he said,
who have approached to
check him out. He said
he's taken three previ-
ous national tours, cut-
ting a mostly horizontal
path across the states. His
second tour was a fund-
and-awareness raiser he
undertook for the good of
the United Way in 1979.
He said he accomplished
what he set out to do-in-
spire others to give to the
organization and to in-
crease awareness of it as
media outlets discovered
and interviewed along the
"My story takes at least
a minute of air time on
television, and the print

University in Giza -- was cleared of
protesters relatively quickly, most
taking refuge in the nearby Orman
botanical gardens, on the campus of
Cairo University and the zoo.
But it took about .12 hours for po-
lice to take control of the main sit-
in site near the Rabaah al-Adawiva
Mosque inNasr City that has served
as the epicenter of the pro-Morsi
campaign and had drawn chanting
throngs of men, women and chil-
dren only days earlier.
After the police moved on the
camps, street battles broke out in
Cairo and other cities across Egypt.
Government buildings and police
stations were
E attacked, roads
EgyptlS were blocked,
never witnessed and .Christian
such g .oeide" churches were
torched, Inte-
Brotherhood Are t or Minister
spokesman Mohammed
Ibrahim said.
At one point,
protesters trapped a police Humvee
on,an overpass near the Nasr City
carihp and pushed it off, according
to images posted on social nfietwork-
ing sites thatshowed an injured po-
liceman on the ground below, near
'a pool of blood and the overturned'
The Health Ministry said 235
civilians were killed and more than
2,000 injured, while Ibrahim said 43
policemen died in the violence The
death toll was expected to rise. ,
Three journalists we're among the
dead: Mick Deane, 61, a camera-
man for British broadcaster Sky
News: Habiba Ahmed Abd Elaziz,
26, a reporter for the Gulf News,
a state-backed newspaper in the
United Arab Emirates; and Ahmed
Abdel Gawad, who wrote for Egypt's
state-run newspaperAlAkhbar. ,
Deane and Elaziz were shot to
death, their employers said, while
the Egyptian Press Syndicate, a '
journalists' union, said it had no

information on how Gawad was
For much of the afternoon, thou-
sands of Morsi supporters chanting
"God is great!" tried to join those
. besieged by the security forces
inside the Nasr City camp. They
were driven away when police fired
Smoke clogged the sky above
Cairo and fires smoldered on the
streets, which were lined with
charred poles and tarps after sev-
eral tents were burned.
The Great Pyramids just west of
Cairo were closed to visitors for
the day together with the Egyptian
museum in the heart of the city.
The Central Bank instructed com-
mercial banks to close branches in
areas affected by the chaos.
"Egypt has never witnessed such
genocide," Brotherhood.spokes-
man Ahmed Areftold The Associ-
ated Press from the larger of the
two protest camps before it was
cleared. -
The pro-MorsiAnti-Coup alli-
ance alleged security forces used
live ammunition, but the Interior
Ministry, which is in charge of the ;
police, said its forces only used tear
gas and that they came under fire
from.the camp.
Police dismantled the main stage
near the mosque in the eastern
Cairo district of Nasr City, the offi-
cial MENA news agency said. An AP
reporter saw hundreds of protesters
leaving the sit-in site carrying their
personal belongings.
"I already wTote rnmywill and gave
my wife the number of my bank
account and told her who owes us
money and who we owe money to,"
said 28-year-old chemist Ahmed
Shaker during a brief break in fight-
ing with security forces at the Nasr
City camp.
"If I have to die, I will die," said
the father of one child carrying
several bottles of beer he said he
intended to use as firebombs.

- about 7,0.00, he esti-
mates and has kept
generally to U.S. 90 since
he got to Dallas, Texas.
He sleeps under the stars
most nights, or takes shel-
ter alongside the road if
it rains. In the worst of
winter, he bundles up in
a "zero degree" sleeping
bag if he's in severely cold
country, he said, and oth-
erwise makes himself abed
of waterproof tarp, water-
proof padding and other
material to stay comfort-
able. He said he enjoys life
on the road and that it has
inspired him to create a
YouTube entry, along with
the video record he's keep-
ing. He also writes poetry
and has edited a book for a
72-year-old friend who au-
thored a volume related t6
life philosophy that speaks
of "how to rid your body of
trauma," Weaver says.
The cyclist says he hopes
to settle into another life
goal when he gets back
home; he wants to estab-
lish an eclectic small-busi-
ness center that .creates
jobs for the people in his

stories vary, but in that
time I was able to get the
organization a lot of free
attention; a television ad
in some markets, can get
into the hundreds of thou-
sands of dollars for 30 sec-
onds. If someone gave to
the United Way because
I've been out there talk-
ing about it, then I say it's
worth doing."
His first tour .for pure
personal adventure was
in 1976, back when he

was still a teenager. He's
53 now, and says he still
rides mostly for the ad-
venture of it Weaver said
he is disabled, diagnosed
with ADHD years ago, a
condition that makes it
difficult to complete tasks
in a workplace setting,
and that he likes to spend
his free time exploring his
city,. Washington State at
large, and his country.
He's ridden thousands
of miles so far on this trip

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Compelling questions...
and maybe a few actual answers

A couple of questions we
just had to ask ourselves

NASCAR for Getty images
An orderly finish at
The Glen ... who would
have thought?
Surprised that
Brad Keselowski ran
clean on the last lap?
prised everybody, includ-
ing Keselowski, probably,
KEN'S CALL: By that
point, I think alLthe tow
trucks were out of gas, so
it was for the best.

Is Owen Kelly's
24th-place finish
worth anything?
some decent trivia: Who
was the Glen's highest
finishing Aussie? Not
Marcos Ambrose. He was
KEN'S CALL: It sent
me to the record book,
where I found an amaz-
ing lack of Kellys in Cup
Series history. Strange.

B .'

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Do you have questions or com--
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This Week? Contact Godwin
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Brad Keselowski won Saturday's Nationwide Series race at Watkins Glen, but a bout of
mannerly driving kept him from breaking out the broom on Sunday.
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Brad Keselowski recovered from an early race
spin to go toe-to-toe with Kyle Busch for the
Cheez-it 355 victory in the closing laps. For the
third straight year Keselowski finished second in
the race. '
"That kind of stinks," he:said. "But I'm proud of
the effort arid proud of the recovery because that
(spin) dug us a deep hole very early in the race."
On the last lap, Keselowski's No. 2 Ford came
right up to the rear bumper of Busch's No. 18
Toyota a couple of times. It looked like Keselowski
could have easily applied the "chrome horn" to
spin Busch and win. Instead, the defending Cup
Series champion took the high road.
After the race, Keselowski said he was trying
to avoid ''drama" by not knocking.Busch out of
the way for the checkered flag, even though he is
lighting for a Chase playoff position. He moved to
eighth in points, but has: yet to win this season.
"I could have definitely durrimped Kyle and won the
' race," Keselowsli said. "That stuff goes back and
Forth. I'm sure someone in the tabloid side of the
media will make a big deal about that, but it won't be
me because I know I did the right thing."

Godwin Kelly is the Daytona Winner Da
Beach News-Journal's miotor- Rest of th
sports editor and has covered Edwards,
NASCAR for 30 years. Reach hirri Biffle, Bra
jL at godwin.kelly, ,news-iml.com Dark horse
Biggest dis

Owen Kelly finished 24th at Watkins Glen on
SSunday. Owen who? Kellywas making his Cup Series
debut in the I Jo. 51 Phoenix Racing Chevrolet. Kelly is
:a 36-year-old driver from Devonport, Australia, who
is trying to forge a NASCAR career.
"It was an awesome experience," Kelly said. "NAS-
CAR is such a big sport over here,. it is-hard to put
into words. At one point, we were struggling with'the
-fron. end and I looked into the mirror and Jeff Gordon
Swas chasing me anrd pushing on my bumper to get
by. I thouLght then. This is pretty cool, if's not every
week.you get pushed around by Jeff Gordon.'"',

.,ordorn is struggling to make the Chase. He's 13th
in poiIts but fifth among wild-card hopefuls Gordon
crashed orn Lap 13 (of 90) and finished 3Sth.
"It's unfortunate.' he said. "I had 3 big run on
(Denny Hamlin) and. I got up on hirn and the noSe
just completely took off and put mte in the wall." ,
Gordon is running out of races to secure a Chase"
Sberth. When ac[ked what happens now, Gordon said
the team needs to fight hard.


ale Earnhardt Jr.
ie top five: Carl
Kurt Busch, Greg
d Keselowski
e: Mark Martin

Kasey Kahne
First one out: Michael McDowell
Don't be surprised if: Earnhardt
steals Ford's pot of gold in the
Irish Hills with late pit-road

Associated Press'ORLIN WAGNER
Without Tony Stewart in the cockpit,
this might be the team's best bet
for running up front.

What have we learned about fate?
We've learned that it remains unde-
feated. Two weeks ago. Tony Stewart
was lecturing the media (in his own
gentle way, of course) about short-
track, open-wheel racing and how we
shouldn't be overly dramatic about the
,tumbling wrecks that accompany that
form of motorsports. "You mortals have
got to learn," Stewart said in his open-
ing remarks after an injury-free wreck in
Canada on July 29.
And then .... ?
And then, a week ago, he was tweet-
ing thanks to other mortals (his fans)
for their concern about' a wreck in Iowa
that didn't end so well. If you think it's
no big deal to roll a sprint car, fine,:.
but in a sport with plenty of traditions,
superstitions and unwritten rules, you
should know not to say it out loud and
tempt fate.
Can we question Michigan's fate?
With Detroit's spiral, you may ques-
tion NASCAR's "need" to keep two6 race
dates at Michigan. But as long as the
"Big 3" are camped there and as long as
their purse strings are in a Detroit desk,
Michigan is a two-stop must

Ken Willis has been covering
iASCAR for The Daytona Beach
rews-Journal Ior 27 years. Reach
him at ken.willisid@news-lrnl.com


Marcos Ambrose vs, Matt Kenseth:
Kenseth's Toyota tapped Ambrose's
Ford and created a big wreck on the
fastest part ol The Glen road course.
Godwin Kelly gives his take: "It sounds
dramatic, The truth is, Ambrose's car
was breaking and Kenseth isn't a great
road racer."

Junior "feud"
will go nowhere

Using 'trophy
case as book

Has become
SMr. All or

Broke mini-
slump at Glen

Chasing the

Rank Drfver Points
1. Jimmie Johnson 808
2. Chint rBowyer -75
3. Carl Edards -80
4. Kevin Harvick -101
5. Kyle Busch -15
6. Dale Earnhiardt Jr. u-138
7. Matt Kenseth -149
8. Brad Keselowski -174
9. Greg Bitfifa -181
10 Martin Truex Jr. -183
10. Kurt Busch -185
12. Kasey Kahne -186
13. Jeff Gordon -198
14. Ryan Newman -203
15. Jamie McMurray -208
16. Joey Logano -210
17. Tony Stewart -214
18. Anc Almirola -247
19. Paul Menard -249
20. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. -277
21. Jeff Burton 283
22. Juan Pablo Montoya -292
23. Marcos Ambrose 293
24 Casey Mears -336
25. Denny Hamlin -394
26. David Ragan -409
27. Danica Patrick -411
28. David Gilliland -421
29 Mark. Martin -447
30 Dave Blaney -479
31. Bobby Labonte -480
32. David Reutimann -500
33. J.J. Yeley 512
34. David Stremme 512
35 AJ Allimendinger -530
36. Travis Kvapil -533
37. Michael McDowell -693
38 Michael Waltrip -706
39 Timmy Hill -709
40. Scott Speed -717

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Can Newman
squeeze into.
his seat?

Will finish 8th
"at Michigan

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but can sign
Tony's cast

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