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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
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English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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City revisits takeover from FPU


The Marianna City Commission has
rehired Bill Herrington to serve as a con-
sultant in their dealings with Florida Pubric
Utilities. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


Company has yet

to offer promised

discounts
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Marianna City Commission agreed
Tuesday to pay a consultant up to $5,000
to guide the city in the event that Florida
Public Utilities misses a deadline for offer-
ing discount rates to customers.
If the deadline is not met, the city has
the right to again consider purchasing the
power distribution lines owned by FPU.
The consultant, Bill Herrington, is the
same person who led the city through a
similar process in 2009. He is to com-
mence work on a feasibility study so that
the city'is prepared, if the opportunity aris-
es.


Citing rate increases of more than 50
percent since 2007, the city was poised
that year to exercise its right to buy the
lines and take over the service as allowed.
After months of considering that option,
the city ultimately decided against the pur-
chase.
In its franchise renewal with FPU in
2009, the city retained the right to buy the
lines later if, the company failed to estab-
lish "off peak"or "time of use", rates, and
"interruptible" electric rates customers
could opt for in exchange for discounts.
Customers who opt for time of use rates
would get discounts for avoiding power
usage during peak use hours. *
Customers who opt for the interruptible
service rate would get a discount, in return
for a willingness to risk. interruption of
service if the utility needed to reserve
power for other uses.
The company has not yet put those rates
in place. The deadline to do so is about.
five months away, under the terms of the
franchise renewal.


City Manager Jim Dean said his office
is in4 regular contact with FPU, and that
the company has assured him it's working
on the plan.
Even so, Dean said he felt it would be
wise to have some preliminary informa-
tion at hand, in case FPU misses the rate
deadline and the city decides to look again
at taking over.
In January of this year, FPU's residen-
tial rates increased by 13.8 percent. In a
press release at the time, FPU said a resi-
dential customer using 1,000 kilowatt
hours per month would see an increase
from $136.71 to $155.60.
After the rates came into play, many
users who who used much more power
than that protested their ensuing bills.
FPU has blamed the increase, in large
part, on costs it had to pass along from its
supplier, Gulf Power.
Gulf Power said it faced fuel cost
increases, and expenses incurred obtain-
ing some government-mandated equip-
ment.


Tractor

operator

injured near

Sneads
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A man was lifeflighted to a
Tallahassee hospital Monday
after falling off a tractor and
being run over in a yard north of
the Sneads city limits.
The 65-year-old man, whose
name was not released, Was oper-
ating a tractor with a bush hog
unit at 7798 Lake Seminole
Road, when he hit a stump and
fell off around 9:30 a.m., accord-
ing to Jackson County Fire
Rescue reports.
The tractor and the bush hog
attached to it both ran over his
lower right leg, which was broken
in the incident.
He was treated at the scene by
Jackson County Fire Rescue, then
taken to Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital via medical helicopter.
His injuries were not life-
threatening, and he was listed as
being in stable condition on
transport.


Rabid raccoon

fights with dog
STAFF REPORT
The Jackson County Health
Department said it was alerted to
a raccoon Saturday, that tested
positive for rabies.
The raccoon got into a fight
with a dog north of Malone on
Highway 71.
The dog has been placed in
quarantine to prevent possible
spread of the disease, according
to a press release from the health
department.
In a news release, Jackson
County Environmental Health
Director T. G. Harkrider urged
the public to be watchful and.
report any suspected cases of ani-
mal-to-animal bites, pr other con-
tacts that carry the threat of
rabies.
He said those who have knowl-
edge of bites or other exposure
from a possibly rabid animal
should call the health department
at 482-9227.
On weekends and after hours,
the health department can be
reached through an answering
service at 526-2412.
Harkrider urged residents to
never shoot a biting animal in the
head. An intact brain is needed to
determine if the animal is rabid.
If the animal is shot the head, the
health department has to assume
the animal was rabid.
"Without ... lab results, treat-
ment to the victim has to begin,"
he said.
Jackson County and the state of
Florida have laws requiring vac-
cination of all dogs and cats
against rabies, Harkrider not6d.


Eatery owner wants more parking


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
People who want to dine at the
Bistro Palms restaurant in
Marianna have trouble finding a
place to park, if they're not
among the first four parties to
arrive at the South Caledonia
Street eatery.
That's how many parking
places owner Misty Richards can
count outside her door since the
city did its sidewalk renovation
project several years ago.
Before then, she said there
were 15 informal slots,. where
people pulled their vehicles in on
an angle to face a concrete safety
wall near her establishment.
When the city did it's improve-
ments, it removed the wall, creat-
ed parking parallel, added a curb,
and extended the green space
between the sidewalk and the
"new curb.
With Richards' permission,
they also changed the slope-of the
green space between Bistro
Palms and the revainped side-
walk, in order to improve the
slope of the walkway.
While Richards has no com-
plaint about the overall improve-
ments, she wants the city to do
something about the parking
crunch it created.
She was disappointed that the
city did not inform her of their
plans before it was too late to
object, and hopes the city will


Mystie Richards checks out customers at Bistro Palms Wednesday. She approached the Marianna City
Commission about closing a portion of South Caledonia Street to serve as parking. - Mark Skinner
/ Floridan


find a way to fix the problem she
says it created.
And she has a specific propos-
al about how to do it.
She wants the city to close a
section of South Caledonia Street
and turn it into a one-way, angle-
parking street. The part of


Caledonia she wants closed is
roughly two blocks, from its
intersection with Jackson Street,
to where it meets McPherson at
the Y-intersection.
On Tuesday, the Marianna City
Commission agreed to look at
that possibility, or other ways to


Pastor: reason for church arson unknown
BY MORGAN CARLSON
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Pastor Steve Collins got a call from his wife
Friday, saying his church was on fire.
Collins rushed over to Refuge Tabernacle
Church of God in Christ in Marianna, arriving
Before firefighters, and was surprised to be told
j. %.someone allegedly set the fire on purpose.
The church suffered minor damage in the

J Replaced, Collins said.
The fire damage is just another item to add on
to a list of to do's. The church building is not
insured and already needed repairs to the roof,
Collins said.




S'male exiting the building. When officers arrived,
theymdiscovered smoke coming from the build-
Collins said.


Dep Marianna Fire Rescue responded and found
Street, in refertems on fince to the report of a inside the building.
:k i ' With the help of witnesses, police arrested a
17-year-old juvenile male on arson and burglary
charges related to the incident.
When Collins found out a child had allegedly
started the fire, he became concerned for the
young person, and what would cause him to want
to bum down the church.
Pastor Steve Collins nails a board over a door Collins has always seen the church as a place
at Refuge Tabernacle Church of God in Christ of compassion, and a place for helping people.
at Refuge Tabernai.. e Church oi God i.n Christ - Collins didn't know the boy, or why he would


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ease her parking problem.
Richards said that, in addition
to her current lunchtime dilem-
ma, the current situation would
also impede some future plans.
She's thinking of extending her
hours to evenings on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday nights.


New judge

begins on

the bench
STAFF REPORT
Judge John L. Fishel II was
recently appointed Circuit Judge
of the 14th Judicial Circuit and is.
initially assigned to civil cases in
Jackson, and domestic violence
injunctions in Bay County.
He began working his term on
Aug. 30, having been appointed
to the post July 19.
Although his ceremonial
investiture will not be held until
Sept. 16 in Bay County, Fishel is
already presiding over some civil
court hearings in Jackson County.
He is not expected to handle
felony cases here. Most of those
cases will continue to be assigned
to Circuit Court Judge Bill
Wright.
Starting in January 2011,
Fishel will be exclusively
assigned'to Jackson County, con-
tinuing to preside over civil case
and adding domestic violence
injunctions to his workload.
Fishel was appointed to replace
Judge Richard Albritton, who
retired. When Fishel was appoint-
ed, Judge Brantley Clark was
assigned to take over Albritton's
assignments in Bay County, and
Fishel was assigned to handle
Clark's assignments in Jackson
and Bay counties.


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September 9 - Thursday-
* 'The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at SunTrust on
US Highway 90 East, Marianna, 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. for a blood drive; or donate at the
SCBC offices, 2503 Commercial Park Dr.,
Marianna, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
* St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave; in Marianna, will have a half-price
clothing'sale, Sept. 2, 7,' 9, 14 and 16.
Shop hours are Tuesday and Thursday, 9
a.m. to.1 p.m.
* The: monthly' Networking Healthcare
Professionals luncheon meeting is at 11
a.m. at the Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli in
downtown Marianna. Lunch is Dutch treat.
Door prizes available. Guest speaker:
Glenda Swearengen. R.S.V.P. to 850-674-
5464.
* Tai Chi for Arthritis classes will be held
at the St..Luke's Episcopal Church every
Thursday at 5:30 p.m. beginning Sept. 9.
Wear flat shoes and loose, comfortable,
clothing. Cost: $5. A short class is also
offered at the Jackson County Senior
Citizens center, Sept. 2, 16 and 30, at 3:15
p.m. Call 557-5644.
.* The annual Jackson County Democratic
Party Blues & Boots barbecue starts at 6
p.m. in the Jackson County Agricultural.
Center, US Highway 90 in Marianna.
* The Town of Grand. Ridge will hold a
public hearing, 6 p.m. at the Grand Ridge
Town Hall, to review proposed Ordinance
No. 2010-03, a budget for FY 2010-2011.
The 'regular monthly council. meeting for
September follows. Call 592-4621.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion), 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance lim-
ited td persons with a desire to stop drink-
ing.

September 10 - Friday
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce. presents a First Friday Local
Government Appreciation Breakfast, 7-9
a.m. at the Jackson County Agricultural
Complex, Penn Avenue, Marianna.
Speaker: Florida Chamber of Commerce
Vice-President of Government Affairs
Adam Babington. Topic: "Amendment 4:
Bad for Hometowns, Worse. for
Democracy." Call 482-8060.
* Better Breathers - helping meet the
challenges of chronic lung disease -
meets 2-3 p.m. in the Hudnall Building
. community room, Jackson Hospital cam-
-pus, 4230 Hospital Drive, Marianna. Dr.


Chin of Everest Medical Clinic will present,
"Knowing Your Health with COPD and
Sleep Apnea." Bring a friend or caregiver.
No cost. Light refreshments served. Call
718-2849.
* The Marianna One Stop Center pres-
ents two free workshops - "Employ
Florida," 10-11 a.m.; and "Resume Skills,"
3:15-4:15 p.m. - for individuals who
would like additional employability skills or
a refresher on the topics. Call 718-0326. *
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits
and hang-ups in a safe environment" at
Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-time.
guests);,meeting, 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meet-
ing), 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.
* Marianna Athletic Youth Association
Football registration deadline is Sept. 10.
Ages 6-12 (on May 1,. 2010) welcome.
Cost: $45. Proof of insurance and birth
certificate required. Registration is at
Champion Motorsports (across from Winn
Dixie), during business hours. Call 557-
2931 or 693-4212.

September 11 - Saturday
* There will be a cemetery working at the
Kent Cemetery, three miles southwest of
Alford. Arrive early and bring tools/mow-
ers. A fish fry follows at noon; bring a cov-
ered dish, drinks.
* The Town of Campbellton will conduct
a flag ceremony, 9 a.m. at -Campbellton
Community Center, 2356 US Highway 2,
Campbellton, "in honor and remembrance
of the heroes and victims in 'the fight
against terror-ism, and to celebrate the
enduring spirit of all Americans."
Refreshments will be served. Call 263-
4535.
* The annual DAR/C.A.R./SAR
Constitution Day luncheon is 11:30 a.m. at
Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna. A pro-
gram, "The Beginnings of Freedom," will
be presented by Blue Springs Society,
C.A.R. The buffet meal is Dutch treat.
Interested non-members are invited to
make reservations by contacting Mary
Robbins .at snoopyxii60@hotmail.com or
209-4066.
* The 2010 Graceville Harvest Festival
Beauty Pageant will be in the Graceville
Civic Center at 2 p.m. (Baby, Toddler, Tiny,
Future Little and Little contestants); and at


6:30 p.m. (Petite, Preteen, Junior and Teen
and Miss contestants). Door admission is
$4; free for children 3 and under. Call 263-
4744 (day) or 263-3072 (night).
. Panhandle Seminole Club hosts a
watch party for the Florida State University
vs. Oklahoma University football game,
2.15 p.m. at Beef '0' Brady's (behind
,Superior Bank) on US Highway 71 in
Marianna.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meet-
ing), 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
, * The band Psychaita will play a Partners
for Pets benefit.show beginning at 7:30
p.m. in Kindel Lanes, Marianna. Donations
appreciated.

September 13 - Monday
* The Jackson County Transportation
Disadvantaged Coordinating Board meets
at 10 a.m. in the JTrans office,-3988 Old
Cottondale Road, Marianna. Regular busi-
ness, the annual operating report, the
actual expenditure report and time for pub-
lic comments are -on the agenda. Those
requiring special accommodations, call
850-674-4571, at least three working days
prior to the meeting.
*' Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden Club'
resumes monthly meetings at 10 a.m. on
Monday, Sept. 1% at the Log Cabin in
Sneads. Members are encouraged to bring
a prospective member. New club booklets
will be reviewed/approved; plans will be
made for the coming year. Lunch at a local
restaurant follows. Call 593-6204.
* The Jackson County -School Board
convenes a special board workshop at 3
p.m.
* The Marianna One Stop Center pres-
ents a free workshop, "Interviewing
Skills," 3:15-4:15 p.m. for those who
would like additional employability skills
or a refresher on the topic. Call'718-0326.
* The Sneads Elementary School School
Advisory Council meets at 4 p.m. in-the
school cafeteria.
* Hope School's School Improvement
meeting is at 5:30 p.m. in the school cafe-
teria. Call 482-9616.
* The Cottondale City Commission con-
venes its regular monthly meeting at 6
p.m. in the commission room. Call 352-
4361.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meet-
ing), 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.


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MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
Sept. 7, the latest avail-
able report:
One drunk - --a
pedestrian, .
two acci- __.
dents with-,C 'LME
out injury, -
one suspicious vehicle,
one suspicious incident,
one information report,
one highway obstruction,
one sickness or subject
down, two mental illness
cases, one physical dis-
turbance, one verbal dis-
turbance, one prowler, 17
traffic stops, one civil
dispute, two trespassing
complaints, two follow


up investigations, one
juvenile complaint, two
assists of other agencies,
one property damage
report, six public service
calls and two threat or
harassment complaints.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
county Fire/Rescue
reported the following
incidents for Sept. 7, the
latest available report
(Some of these calls may
related to after-hours
calls taken on behalf of
Graceville and
Cottondale Police
Departments): Two reck-
less drivers, two suspi-
T


cious persons, three
information reports, one
funeral escort, one mental
illness, two burglaries,.
one structure fire; one
commercial fire, two
vehicle fires, 12 medical
calls, one traffic crash,
three burglar alarms, one
robbery alarm, 15 traffic
stops, five larcenies, two
criminal mischief com-
plaints, 11 papers served,
one civil dispute, two
trespassing complaints,
one found or abandoned
property, two fraud
reports, two assists of
other agencies, two pub-
lic service call, one trans-
port, one patrol request
and one counterfeit
money report.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
- Daljit Singh, 41,
7511 Pershing Ave., Apt.
2, E: St. Louis, hold for
immigration.
- Justin Ducker, 24,
5240 Cliff St., Graceville,
hold for court (DOC).
- Tommy Jackson, 19,
1469 Jays Trail, Grand
Ridge, violation of com-
munity control.
- Constanino Villarreal,
41, 2340 Pineview Drive,
Bonifay, tag attached not
assigned.
- Simiria Bell, 22, 2825


Rockwell St., Apt. B,
Marianna, battery.
- Ivan Nelson, 46,
4192. Tubman Lane,
Marianna, trespassing
after warning.
- Tanya Skeens, 32,
1856 Quail Roost Drive,
Cottondale, failure to
appear.
- Jarren Johnson, 21,
8106 Eugenia St., Sneads,
battery, resisting without
violence.
JAIL POPULATION:'258
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Eagle Scout visits Troop 170


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Boy Scouts in Troop 170
had a special guest speaker
at the Sept. 3 meeting at the
First Presbyterian Church
in Marianna.
Eagle Scout Grant
Rosborough, an emergency
medical technician, talked
with the Scouts about first
aid procedures required to
know for camping and hik-
ing activities, as well as for
accidents and situations,
that arise in daily life.
Rosborough explained
techniques to use to help a
choking victim, the proper
way to clean and treat
minor bums or scalds, and
steps to take in response to
various insect bites and the
reactions they cause. The
two types of nosebleeds --
one caused by trauma and
the other spontaneous --
were described, and the
appropriate actions to take
to alleviate symptoms were
demonstrated. Also dis-
cussed were venomous
snake bites, simple cuts and
scrapes, and the treatment
of sunburn and blisters.
Rosborough concluded
his time with the Scouts by
sharing many of his framed
Scouting awards over the
years, in particular his
Eagle Scout certificate
which was signed by
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At a recent meeting, mem-
bers of the Jackson County
Quilters' Guild presented
Karen Edwards from the
Chipola Healthy Start
Program in' Marianna, with
almost 50 baby quilts that they
worked on over the sum-mer.
Earlier this year, when the
Guild learned of budget cuts
affecting this worthy commu-'
nity program, they decided to
get busy doing what they love
to do: making quilts. "Based
on the number of mothers this


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Sandy Voss, Guild President.
The Jackson County Quilters'
Guild meets every Tuesday
evening ,in the First United
Methodist Church Youth Hall
in Marianna; every Thursday
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Management Center of
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by the Florida Council for I
Community Mental Health. -
Mobley is the chief operating
officer for Adult Services at
LMC.
In her 21 years at LMC,
Mobley has been instrumental
.in promoting and enhancing Deborah Mobley, left, of Life Management C
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As a licensed mental health she received for her nomination for Adminis
counselor, Mobley has worked of the Year by LMC CEO Ned Ailes
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supported employment, case manage- munity as a respected leader in her
ment, and many more areas of mental field. In her nomination, it was stated
health. As a result, she is recognized by , that "Mobley solicits excellence from


her staff, encouraging a pro-
ductive and cohesive work
environment where one never
says, 'that's not my responsibil-
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FCCMH, a statewide associa-
tion of 67 community-based
mental health and substance
abuse agencies that provide
comprehensive services to
adults and children throughout
Florida.
LMC is a non-profit organi-
:enter zation serving Bay, Calhoun
ward Gulf, Holmes, Jackson' and
trator Washington counties. The
s. - organization provides mental
health services to approxi-
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year. For more information
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Minister determined to hold 9/11 Quran burn


BY MITCH STACY
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
GAINESVILLE - The leader
of a small Florida church that
espouses anti-Islam philosophy
said Wednesday he was deter-
mined to burnm copies of the Quran
on Sept. 11, despite pressure from
the White House, religious leaders
and others to call it off.
Pastor Terry Jones said at a
press conference that he has
received a lot of encouragement
for his protest, with supporters
mailing copies of the Islamic holy
text to his Gainesville church of
about 50 followers. The plan is to
incinerated the Qurans in a bon-
fire Saturday to mark the ninth
anniversary of 9/11.
"As of right now, we are not
convinced that backing down is
the right thing," said Jones, who
took no questions.
Jones said previously he has
received more than 100 death
threats and has started carrying a
.40-caliber pistol since announc-
ing his plan to burn the 'book
Muslims consider the word of
God and insist be treated with the
utmost respect. The 58-year-old
minister proclaimed in July that
he would stage "International
Burn-a-Quran Day."
Gen. David Petraeus, the top
U.S. and NATO commander in
Kabul, took the rare step of a mil-
itary leader taking a position on a
domestic matter when he warned
in an e-mail to The Associated
Press that "images of the burning
of a Quran would undoubtedly be
used by extremists in Afghanistan
- and around the world - to
inflame public opinion and incite
violence."


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Rev. Terry Jones poses for a photo at the Dove World Outreach Center in Gainesville, Fla. Jones
vowed to go ahead with plans to burn copies of the Quran to protest the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks
despite warnings from the White House and the top U.S. general in Afghanistan that doing so would
endanger American troops overseas. - AP Photo/John Raoux


Petraeus spoke Wednesday with
Afghan President Karzai about the
matter, according to a military
spokesman Col. Erik Gunhus.
"They both agreed that burning of
a Quran would undermine our
effort in Afghanistan, jeopardize
the safety of coalition troopers and
civilians," Gunhus said, and
would "create problems for our
Afghan partners ... as it likely
would be Afghan police and sol-
diers who would have to deal with
any large demonstrations."
Secretary of State Hillary
Rodham Clinton said that the pas-
tor's plans were outrageous and


urged Jones to cancel the event.
"It is regrettable that a pastor in
Gainesvillfe, Florida, with a
church of no more than 50 people
can make this outrageous and dis-
trustful, disgraceful plan and get
the world's attention, but that's the
world we live in right now,"
Clinton said in remarks to the
Council on Foreign Relations. "It
is unfortunate, it is not who we
are," she said.
Jones gained some local notori-
ety last year when he posted signs
in front of his church declaring
"Islam is of the Devil." But his
Quran-burning idea attracted


wider attention. It drew rebukes
from Muslim nations and at home
as an emotional debate was taking
shape over the proposed Islamic
center near the ground zero site of
the 2001 terrorist attacks in New
York.
His actions likely would be pro-
tected by the First Amendment's
right to free speech.
The U.S. Supreme Court has
made clear that speech deemed
offensive to many people, even the
majority of people, cannot be sup-
pressed by the government unless
it is clearly directed to intimidate
someone or amounts to an incite-


ment to violence, legal experts
said.
The Vatican denounced the
planned Quran burning as "outra-
geous and grave."
U.S. Attorney General Eric
Holder during a meeting Tuesday
with religious leaders to discuss
recent attacks on Muslims and
mosques around the U.S. called
the planned burning idiotic and
dangerous, according to a Justice
Department official. The official
requested anonymity because the
meeting was private.
David Axelrod, senior adviser
to President Barack Obama told
CNN Wednesday morning: "The
reverend may have the right to do
what he's doing but it's not right.
It's not consistent with our values
... I hope that his conscience and
his good sense will take hold."
Staffan de Mistura, head of the
United Nations Mission in
Afghanistan, expressed concern
and outrage "in the strongest pos-
sible terms," and added, "If such
an abhorrent act were to be imple-
mented, it would only contribute
to fueling the arguments of those
who are indeed against peace and
reconciliation in Afghanistan."
Local religious leaders in this
progressive Florida city of
125,000 anchored by the sprawl-
ing University of Florida campus
also criticized the lanky preacher
with the bushy white mustache. At
least two dozen Christian church-
es, Jewish temples and Muslim
organizations in the city have
mobilized to plan inclusive events
- some will read from the Quran
at their own weekend services. A
student group is organizing a
protest across the street from the
church Saturday.


Former cop charged again in bogus foreclosures


BY KIMBERLY MILLER
THE PALM BEACH POST

WEST PALM BEACH - A year in
jail wasn't enough to deter a 52-year-
old West Palm Beach man bent on
renting out homes he doesn't own.
Claiming he is backed by .an
obscure Florida law pertaining to
abandoned and vacant property, Carl
Heflin again has attempted to take
homes via adverse possession and rent
them to unwitting tenants, according
to Palm Beach County Sheriff's inves-
tigators.
He was arrested the first time in
relation to the practice in 2009.
Following a July release from the
Palm Beach County Jail, Heflin filed
adverse possession papers on four
homes, renting one- on Tallahassee
Drive and accepting $2,500 from a


tenant to begin a three-year lease.
Heflin, a former West Palm Beach
police officer, was arrested again
Monday and faces multiple charges of
among other things, burglary, organ-
ized scheme to defraud and contribut-
ing to the delinquency of a minor.
This morning, Palm Beach County
Circuit Judge Krista Marx ordered
Heflin held in'lieu of $100,000 bond.
Heflin's 17-year-old daughter, Carli,
was also charged with burglary
because she allegedly broke windows
to get into empty homes so her father
could change the locks, the sheriff's
report says.
Adverse possession allows someone
to file a claim of ownership on a prop-
erty, and attempt to gain permanent
ownership after possessing it for seven
years, including paying taxes and car-
ing for the property.


It was created hundreds of years ago
when hand-scrawled property records
could more easily be lost or damaged.
Allowing for adverse possession kept
land in productive use when owner-
ship was unclear, or, for example, the
owner died with no heirs.
In more recent times, it has been
used in small property line disputes.
Today, property records are tangled
in the massive market meltdown,
where mortgage notes were sold and
resold, bundled into securities,
scanned into computers, divided
among several investors and just plain
lost.
"This is the ideal opportunity for
adverse possession because titles are
clouded," said Kama Monroe, senior
attorney for the Florida Department of
Revenue, in July. "No one is sure who
to call to say, 'Get them off my land.'"


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oil spill might endanger the
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They expected to move
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Gulf of Mexico was deemed
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At least 15,000 hatchlings
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more than 28,000 eggs that
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Kennedy,' Provancha said.
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ocean. Humans also are a


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Back to work after salmonella case


By MARY CLARE JALONICK
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

WASHINGTON - The
peanut industry executive whose,
filthy processing plants were
blamed in a salmonella outbreak
two years ago that killed nine
people and sickened hundreds
more is back in the business.
Stewart Parnell, former presi-
dent of the now-bankrupt Peanut
Corp. of America, is working as a
consultant to peanut companies
as the federal government's crim-
inal investigation against him has
languished for more than 18
months, The Associated Press
has learned.
Parnell, who invoked the Fifth
Amendment to avoid testifying
before Congress in February
2009, once directed employees to
"turn them loose" after samples
of peanuts had tested positive for
salmonella and then were cleared
in a second test, according to e-
mails uncovered at the time by
congressional investigators.
In an interview with the AP,
Parnell expressed exasperation
and said he wants the pending
criminal investigation resolved
- one way or another.
"They just say we're still inves-
tigating," Parnell said. "I feel like
I wish they'd come on and do
what they're going to do. I'd like
to get this behind me,"
Parnell also said he. has been
directed by his lawyers not to dis-
cuss his case with family mem-
bers.of the nine people who died
in the salmonella outbreak
blamed on his processed peanuts.
"My lawyers will not let me
say anything or I'd be in front
of every one of them person-


ally," Parnell said.
Family members of some of
the victims who died say they are
eager to see Parnell behind bars.
"My God, when are we going
to hold anyone responsible?" said
Jeff Almer, whose mother,
Shirley Almer, was the first
known death from the outbreak ini
Minnesota. "So far to this day,
nothing's happenedcto this man. I
think every person in America
who was affected by this, every
family who lost someone,
deserves to hear the truth from
this guy."
A federal judge in Virginia ear-
lier this month approved a $12
million insurance settlement for
Almer's family. and more than
100 other salmonella victims.
Randy Napier's mother died in
Ohio after eating peanut butter
linked to Parnell's peanuts.
"He's'still walking the streets
almost two years later,, whereas
my mother is lying 6 feet under,"
Napier said. "It's just not fair. If
the (Food and Drug
Administration) does not go after
Stewart Parnell, the message they
are sending to the, industry is
don't worry about it, ship it. He
should not be anywhere near the
food industry."
There is nothing illegal about
Parnell's return to the food indus-
try since the FDA's criminal
investigation has yet to bring any
charges against him or his associ-
ates. The FDA referred questions
about the case to the Justice
Department, which declined to
comment.
FDA inspectors found remark-
ably bad conditions inside
Parnell's processing plant in
Blakely, Ga., linked to the salmo-


nella outbreak, including mold
and roaches.
Parnell's lawyer, William Gust,
says Parnell's consulting began
when Lynchburg, Va.-based
Peanut Corp. of America sold its
peanut-making equipment after
filing bankruptcy. Investors who
bought the equipment asked for
Parnell's advice about where to
resell it, and he has advised
peanut companies too, brokering
equipment sales. One company
he has consulted for is Citation
Snack Processors in Greensboro,
N.C.
Parnell said he isn't paid for
the consulting, though his lawyer
said he is "trying to earn a living"
with the work.
"He has been in the business a
long time, a lot of people know
him, not withstanding the salmo-
nella issue," Gust said. "This sal-
monella issue has basically
destroyed his whole family."
It's unclear why the govern-
ment probe has taken so long or
whether it is still in the hands of
the FDA or the Justice
Department, which would prose-
cute the case. The FDA tradition-
ally conducts investigations and
then hands such cases over to
Justice Department prosecutors.
Parnell's legal limbo comes
amid a congressional debate over
a bill that would give the FDA.
more p9wer and more money to
.inspect food manufacturers, trace
illnesses back to their .source and
take action against unscrupulous
food manufacturers. The House
passed the bill last year, but the
legislation has stalled in the
Senate and few measures' are
expected to be signed into law
before the November elections.


Peanut Corporation of America's president Stewart Parnell, arrives
a federal court in Lynchburg, Va. The peanut industry executive
whose filthy processing plants were implicated in a salmonella
outbreak that killed nine people and sickened hundreds more is
back in the business, as the federal government's criminal. - AP
Photo/Don Petersen


Clinton, Gates denounce planned Quran burning


BY MATTHEW LEE
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER


WASHINGTON - The top two nation-
al security advisers in President Barack
Obama's Cabinet on Wednesday
denounced plans by a small church in
Florida to burn the Muslim holy book to
commemorate the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist
attacks, saying it would inflame tensions
and put Americans abroad at risk.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham
Clinton and Defense Secretary Robert
Gates said the plan was ill-advised and
echoed concerns first raised by the U.S.
commander in Afghanistan, Gen. David
Petraeus, who warned that the proposed
weekend event would place the lives of
American troops in jeopardy there and
elsewhere. U.S..officials in Iraq agreed.
Underscoring the administration's con-
cern about the potential impact of the
Quran burning, the State Department
ordered U.S. embassies and consulates
around the world to assess their security
and warn Americans if they believe anti-
American protests may occur. At least one
post, the U.S. Embassy in Algeria, issued


a security alert on Wednesday.
In remarks to the Council on Foreign
Relations think tank in Washington,
Clinton called the plans "outrageous" and
"aberrational" and said they do not repre-
sent America or American values of reli-
gious tolerance and inclusiveness:
She also lamented that the tiny Dove
,World Outreach Center congregation in
Gainesville had gotten so much attention
for what she called a "distrustful and dis-
graceful" means of marking the ninth
anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist
attacks.
"It is regrettable that a pastor in
Gainesville, Fla., with a church of no more
than 50 people can make this outrageous
and distrustful, disgraceful plan and get
the world's attention, but that's the world
we live in right now," Clinton said. "It is
unfortunate, it is not who we are."
Through a Pentagon spokesman, Col.
.David Lapan, Gates added his voice to the
growing controversy.
"No one is questioning the right to do
these things. We are questioning whether
that's advisable considering the conse-
quences that could occur," Lapan said.


"Gen. Petraeus has been very vocal and
very public on this, and his position
reflects the secretary's as well."
Petraeus onl Tuesday said that "images
of the burning of a Quran would undoubt-
edly be used by extremists in Afghanistan
- and around the world - to inflame
public opinion and incite violence." In
addition, Gen. Ray Odierno, the former
top commander in Iraq, said Wednesday
he feared extremists will use the incident
to sow hatred against U.S. troops overseas.
In Iraq, where almost 50,000 American
troops are still serving, U.S. Ambassador
to Iraq James Jeffrey and the commander-
of U.S. forces in Iraq, Gen. Lloyd Austin,
joined in the condemnation, calling the
plan "disrespectful, divisive and disgrace-
ful."
"As this holy month of Ramadan comes
to a close and Iraqis prepare to celebrate
Eid al-Fitr, we join with the citizens of
Iraq and of every nation to repudiate reli-
gious intolerance and to respect and
defend the diversity of faiths of our fellow
man," they said in a joint statement
released by the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.
Despite the widespread condemnation,


church Pastor Terry Jones has vowed to go
ahead with the event.
Clinton appealed for Jones to reconsider
and cancel. And, in the event he goes
ahead with the .plan, she suggested to
laughter from the audience, that the news
media ignore it.
"We are hoping that the pastor decides
not to do this," she said. "We're hoping
against hope that if he does, it won't be
covered as an act of patriotism."
"We want to be judged by who we are as
a nation, not by something that is so aber-
rational and we will make that case as
strongly as possible." :
It was not immediately clear how many
embassies had completed the security
review ordered by Washington, but the
U.S. Embassy in Algiers issued a notice to
Americans in Algeria saying that "media
reports of the upcoming threatened Quran
burning by a small Gainesville, Fla., group
could affect the security of U.S. citizens
overseas."
"If the evefit proceeds, it could trigger
reaction and protests in Muslim countries
around the world, possibly including
Algeria," the notice said.


Fed survey sees slower growth in East and Midwest


BY JEANNINE AVERSA
AP ECONOMICS WRITER

WASHINGTON - The
ecojiomy lost strength in
late summer as factory pro-
duction weakened in areas
of the East Coast and
Midwest.
A survey the Federal
Reserve released
Wednesday found the
slower growth spreading to
more regions of the coun-
try.
Of the 12 regions the Fed
tracks, economic activity
slowed or was mixed in
five - New York,
Philadelphia, Richmond,
Atlanta and Chicago.
Activity elsewhere was
described as modest or
pointed to positive devel-
opments.
In the Fed's previous sur-
vey in late July, only two
regions - Atlanta and
Chicago - had reported
slower growth.
Reasons for the soft
spots varied.
In New York, retailers,
especially those in New
York City, said sales
dropped. Factory produc-
tion slowed, too. And, both
the housing and commer-
cial real-estate markets
turned even softer.
Philadelphia reported
slower manufacturing' and
real-estate activity. But
retailers' revenue rose,
which explained that
region's mixed picture.
But in Richmond, retail
sales sputtered, some facto-
ries reported a slowdown in
customer demand and real-
estate markets remained
soft. A similar trend was
reported in Atlanta, where
retail, manufacturing and
real-estate activity all fell.'
In Chicago, a weakening
in manufacturing and con-
struction activity accounted
mainly for that region's


slower economic pace.
Retail sales in that region
rose, however.
The overall U.S. econo-
my was still growing in late
summer, but there were
"widespread signs of decel-
eration," the Fed said.
The findings will figure
into discussions when Fed
Chairman Ben Bernanke
and his colleagues meet-
next on Sept. 21. The Fed.
is sure to keep rates at
record lows to bolster the
economy. Bernanke has
said the Fed is prepared to
take additional steps -
namely buying large
amounts of government
securities - if the econo-
my seriously deteriorated.
That would be aimed at
driving down rates on
mortgages and other loans
to spur Americans to buy
more and strengthen the,
economy.
At its' August meeting,
Bernanke persuaded all but
one of his Fed colleagues
to support a plan to buy a
small amount of govern-
ment securities to try to
give the economy a boost.
The Fed survey also
found that five regions -
St. Louis, .Minneapolis,
Kansas City, Dallas and
San Francisco all reported
modest growth. And two
regions - Boston and
Cleveland - reported
improved economic activi-
ty.
All. that helps explain
why Thomas Hoenig, pres-
ident of the Federal
Reserve Bank of Kansas
City, voted against the
Fed's relief action in
August. He says he thinks
the national economy will
keep growing and get
through any soft. patches
without any extra help
from the Fed.
But Narayana
Kocherlakota, president of


the Federal Reserve Bank
of Minneapolis, said in a
speech Wednesday that he
would have backed the
Fed's August action if he
were a voting member this
year. (He will be a voting
member next year.),
Kocherlakota struck an
optimistic 'note that the
U.S. economy will keep
growing and avoid falling
back into a recession. "I
believe that a modest
recovery is under way and
is likely to continue," he
said.
Nationwide, consumers,
while cautious, are contin-
uing to spend to keep the
economy expanding, the
Fed survey said.
Manufacturing is growing
but at a slower pace than
seen earlier this year.
Home sales weakened,
which, in turn, has weighed
on construction activity,
the Fed said. And compa-
nies continue to be cau-
tious about hiring full-time
workers. Businesses in
Philadelphia and Atlanta,
for instance, reported rely-
ing. instead on temporary
and contract workers to
meet any increases in cus-


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want to set the church on
fire, but he heard the boy
lives close to the church.
"My heart really goes out
for him," Collins said. "I
found myself praying for
him."
The congregation gath-
ered for church, on Sunday,
but at an alternative loca-
tion. The congregation is
small and hopes to fix the
church when they have the
money.
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tomer demand.
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my than broad statistics.


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Faroun Lee
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John Randal Crawford,
45, of Dothan, Ala., former-
ly of Jackson County, died
Friday, Sept. 3, 2010, in
Graceville.
John was an Army veter-
an, and a welder by trade.
His great joy was spending
time with his nieces and
nephews- taking them fish-
ing, swimming, on four-


wheeler rides, etc.
John is survived by his fa-
ther, Harold Crawford Jr. of
Warner Robbins, Ga.; his
mother, Beverly Murdock
of Malone; one son, Lance
Crawford; one daughter,
Casey Crawford, both of
Sacramento,: Calif.; one
brother, Harold ,Crawford
III of Marianna; one sister,
Sharon Lewis of' Dothan;
one nephew, Brett White-
head; and five nieces, Ha-
ley, Brooke and Ivee Craw-
ford, Amanda Whitehead
and Kristin Calhoun.
The funeral service will
be 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 12,
at Maddox Chapel, the Rev.
Johnnie Hamilton officiat-
ing. Burial will follow in
Collins Chapel cemetery,
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.
The family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Satur-
day, Sept. 11, at Maddox
Chapel.
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4278 Lafayette St.
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Gordon, Ala. passed away
Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2010, at
her residence.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,


Henry R. Watford; her pa-
rents, Riley and Willie Mae
Kirkland; brothers, Marvin,
Wilton and J.C. Kirkland;
and sister, Vera Mae Du-
rance.
Lola is survived by two
sons, Jimmy Watford and
wife Nell, and Henry
Dewayne Watford and wife
Tina, all of Gordon; one
daughter, Louria Gourman
and husband Donald of
Bascom; three grandchil-
dren, Stephanie Watford,
Casey, Land and Tusdie
Taylor; and four great-
grandchildren, Mackenzie
Danford, Bailey Speight,
Shane Websterm and
Abbigail Land.
She is also survived by
great caregivers, Shirley
Watford and Paula Harri-
son, and the staff at South-
ern Care Hospice who took
care of her these last
months.
Lola Pearl lived most of
her life on the Florida-
Alabama state line, as a
homemaker and working
on the farm with her hus-
band.
She was a member of the
Mt. Olive Baptist Church in
Bascom for many years.
The funeral service will
be 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 10,
'at Maddox Chapel, the Rev.
Jackie Register officiating.
Burial will follow in Mt.
Olive Cemetery, James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends 5to 7 p.m. Thurs-
day, Sept. 9, at Maddox
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porarily. Still other embattled
Democrats, wary of alienating
middle-class voters, are siding
with Obama. In central Ohio, for
example, Rep. Mary Jo Kilroy has
said the tax cuts for higher earners
should be repealed, but middle-
income people should see no tax
increases.
Obama acknowledged that the
recovery that began in late 2009
had slowed considerably.
"And so people are frustrated
and angry and anxious about the
future. I understand that. I also
understand that in a political cam-
paign, the easiest thing for the
other side to do is ride this fear and
anger all the way to Election Day,"
he said.
"The middle class is still tread-
ing water, while those aspiring to
reach the middle class are doing
everything they can to keep from
drowning," Obama said.


unless Congress renews them.
Obama went after Boehner-
who would probably become
House speaker if Republicans win
control of the House in
November's midterm elections -
directly by name.
In Boehner's remarks on Aug.
24, Obama said, the Republican
leader offered "no new ideas.
There was just the same philoso-
phy we already tried for the last
decade, the same philosophy that
led to this mess in the first place."
Ahead of Obama's speech,
Boehner offered his own proposals
on Wednesday, saying in a morn-
ing broadcast interview that
Congress should freeze all tax
rates for two years and should cut
federal spending to the levels of
2008, before the deep recession
took hold.
"People are asking, 'Where are
the jobs?'" Boehner said, calling


the White House "out of touch"
with the American public.
Obama gave one of his strongest
pitches yet on allowing the Bush
tax cuts to expire at the end of this
year for wealthy Americans but
allowing them to remain in place
for everybody else.
Republicans, and even some
Democrats, have suggested that it
was no time to raise taxes on any-
body, given the fragile state of the
economy.
The debate is an unwelcome one
for dozens of vulnerable
Democratic incumbents just
weeks before Election Day.
Already, a handful of Democrats
in conservative or swing districts,
such as Reps. Gerry Connolly in
the northern Virginia suburbs of
Washington, D.C., and Bobby
Bright in southeastern Alabama,
have come out publicly for extend-
ing all the cuts - at least tern-'


amount to no more than "cut more
taxes for millionaires and cut more .
rules for corporations."
Obama's comments came as the
administration rolled out new pro-
posals designed to re-ignite a sput-
tering recovery, including new tax
breaks for businesses and $50 bil-
lion for U.S. roads, rails and air-
ports.
"Let me be clear to Mr. Boehner
and everyone else. We should not
hold middle class tax cuts hostage
any longer," the president said.
The administration "is ready this
week to give tax cuts to every
American making $250,000 or
less;" he said.
Actually, Obama and other
Democratic leaders want to extend
the tax cuts except for individuals
making over $200,000 a year-- or
families earning over $250,000.
The sweeping series of Bush tax
cuts expires at the end of this year


By JULIE PACE
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

CLEVELAND - President
Barack Obama strongly defended
his opposition to extending Bush-
era tax breaks for the wealthiest
Americans on Wednesday and
delivered a searing attack on
Republicans and their House
leader for advocating "the same
philosophy that led to this mess in
the first place."
Obama said the struggling U.S.
economy can't afford to spend
$700 billion to keep lower tax
rates in place for the nation's high-
est earners despite a call by House
Minority Leader John Boehner
and other GOP leaders to do just
that. Speaking in the same city
where Boehner, an Ohio
Republican, recently 'ridiculed
Obama's economic stewardship,
Obama said B oehner's policies


Alonzo Rush, 62, a
retired auto worker, said it
took 90 minutes for a fire
truck to arrive, by which
time several nearby homes
were aflame.
"We called. AUll the neigh-
bors called, but we didn't
get an answer at 911 ...
We're not getting the servic-
es we once had and what
we're paying for," Rush
said.
Fire Commissioner
James Mack told reporters
the city has about 500 fire-
fighters, about 20 fewer
than last year. He said the
236 firefighters on duty
Tuesday was typical, and
that on any given day there
are usually 35 fires in the
city. Firefighters from a
half-dozen neighboring
agencies assisted the Detroit
fire department. If he could
do anything different, Mack
said he might have called
for help from the suburbs a
little sooner.
"We're maximizing the
manpower we have and the
equipment we have," he
said. "Yesterday was an
unusual day."
City Council President


department budget."
National Weather Service
meteorologist Bryan Tilley
said the conditions had been
perfect for fires to quickly
move.
"The really dry air along
with high wind - that
would have been favorable
for a fire to spread," Tilley
said.


Charles Pugh earlier down-
played concerns that the
struggling city's fire depart-
ment was , too poorly
equipped to respond.
"It was a freakish day -
the wind was tremendous,"
lie said. "That would have
been a difficult day for the
fire department if we added
$100 million to the fire


BY COREY WILLIAMS AND
JEFF KAROUB
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS

DETROIT - Detroit
Mayor Dave Bing defended
a stretched fire department
Wednesday and its response
to what he termed "a natural
disaster," after wind-
whipped flames destroyed
dozens of occupied and
abandoned homes across
the city.
Bing said firefighters
confronted conditions "that
were not manmade" starting
Tuesday afternoon. Wind
gusts of up to 50 mph
forced flames to jump from
house to house, eventually
encompassing 85 homes
and garages - many aban-
doned - across several
neighborhoods. No injuries
were reported. When
pressed on whether the fire
department was adequately
staffed, Bing sidestepped
he question and pointed out
hat no one was killed.
"A natural disaster -
(that's) what this was," he
said at a news conference.
"You just cannot plan for
that."

Google search

accelerates

with 'instant'

results
BY MICHAEL LIEDTKE
AP TECHNOLOGY WRITER

SAN FRANCISCO -
Google Inc. stepped on its
Internet search accelerator
Wednesday by adding a
feature that displays results
as soon as people begin
typing their requests.
The change, called
"Google Instant," is the
closest the 12-year-old
company has come yet to
realizing its founders'
ambition to build a search
engine that reads its users'
minds.
The achievement wasn't
lost on Google co-founder
Sergey Brin, who jokingly
told reporters that the com-
pany's lightning-quick
computers are morphing
into the "other third" of
people's brains.
"I think it's a little bit of
a new dawn in computing,"
Brin said Wednesday.
The shift means Google
users will begin to see an
ever-evolving set of search
results appearing on their
computer screens, poten-
tially changing with each
additional character typed.
That means a satisfactory
set of results could take
just one keystroke. As an
example, a person who
types "w" in Google's
search box could see the,
weather results in the same
area as where the request
was entered.
Google will also try to
predict what a person real-
ly wants by filling out the
anticipated search terms in
gray letters.
Below that, in a drop-
down box, Google will still
offer other suggested
search requests, as the site
has been offering for the
past two years.
The feature will be.grad-
ually rolled out throughout
the U.S. this week and will
be offered in other parts of
the world later this year.
It's designed to work on
the latest versions of the
major Web browsers.
The instant results only
will be displayed on
Google's standard website,
which features little more
than its logo and a search
box.


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SPORTS I


Sneads stays dominant


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDIfOR

The Sneads Lady Pirates continue to dom-
inate their district competition as they .added
a third consecutive straight-sets league win
on Tuesday night at home.
The Lady Pirates, now 3-0 in district play,
beat Bozeman by scores of 25-7, 25-10 and
25-17.
Sneads' previous two wins, over Holmes
County and Vernon, also came in three sets.
On Tuesday night, the Lady Pirates got
another big game from Jordan Jackson, who
led the team with 11 kills.
Kara Alford added eight kills, with Brandy
Strickland contributing seven.
Strickland also led the team with five ace
serves, while Alford and Yonna Bell each
added three.
Becca Aaron was the catalyst on offense
with 29 assists. Emily Jones led the defense
with six digs.
Sneads coach Sheila Roberts said she was
pleased with the performance of her team,
and that Tuesday's opponent also provided
the Lady Pirates with a good prep for later in
the season.
"We did well," the coach said.
"(Bozeman) had one really big blocker that
gave us a. little bit of trouble in the third
game, but it was really good for us. She was
a big girl, not real fast, but she stopped us in
the middle, and that's going to happen. Now,
we can work on how to beat that big blocker
in the middle because we're going to see that
again this year."
It has been a great start to the season for a
Sneads team that boasts only one senior,
'Alford, a sophomore, Strickland, six juniors,
and just two starters from last year's team.
The Lady Pirates have -won their district
matches by taking all nine sets and outscor-
ing the opposition by an average margin of
13 points per set.
The lone setback for Sneads came against
the bigger Florida High Lady Seminoles in
four sets, with the Lady Pirates taking a set
from the Tallahassee squad for the first time
in the last five seasons.
Roberts said she thought her team was
even more impressive in that loss than in any
See SNEADS, Page 5B >


Sneads' Jordan Jackson (20) hits the ball during a match against Bozeman on Tuesday
night in Marianna. The Lady Pirates won the match in three sets to improve to 3-1 on
the season, as well as a perfect 3-0 in district play. Sneads hosts Blountstown tonight in
another district, match. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


Marianna looking to keep momentum


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR'

After a strong showing in their
season opener last week, the
Marianna Bulldogs junior varsi-
ty team will look to move to 2-0
tonight when they travel to
Tallahassee to take on Florida
High.
Marianna, which was 1-5 last
season, defeated Liberty County
20-6 on Aug. 31 at Bulldog
Stadium in the opener, avenging
a loss from last season:
The Bulldogs will have a
chance to avenge another 2009
loss tonight against the
Seminoles. .
Second-year Marianna coach
Ray Lawson said he hasn't seen
any film on Florida High from
this season, but last year's game
gives him a good idea of what to
.expect tonight.
"Based off last year, we know
they're big and have lots of num-
bers," he said. "We watched the
varsity film from last year, and I
think they'll come out and pass
quite a bit on us."
Regardless of how this year's
Florida High compares to last,
the Marianna team undoubtedly
brings a different attitude into


' "If we could hang with
(Florida High) last
year, we should be able
to give them a run for
their money this year."
-Ray Lawson,
Marianna coach

tonight's game.
"We're definitely more confi-
dent," Lawson said. "We don't
have a clue what we're going
into. They could be just like last
year, or they could, be improved
just as much as we are. But I def-
initely feel better going in this
year, and it was a pretty close
game last year.
"If we could hang with them
last year, we should be able to
give them a run for their money
this year."
The confidence comes from an
impressive performance against
Liberty County. The Bulldogs
controlled the ball on the ground
offensively, and limited the
Liberty offense to just 118 total
yards.
"I was real impressed with it,"


Marianna's Roderick Copeland (25) runs with the ball while
being chased by a Liberty County .defender during a junior var-
sity game Aug. 31 in Marianna. - Floridan File Photo


Lawson said. "The kids were
pretty stoked to have won, and I
can see it kind of carrying over
into this week. They're definite-
ly more confident this year than


they were last year. 'Hopefully,
they're not too confident. Some
confidence is good, but you
See MOMENTUM, Page 5B >


Georgia's AJ Green suspended for 4 games


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


lin this file photo, Georgia's A.J. Green (8) makes
a catch for a touchdown over LSU's Chris Hawkins
during the fourth quarter of a game in Athens, Ga.
Green was suspended Wednesday by the NCAA
T , for the first four games of the 2010 season. -
John Bazemore/Associated Press


ATHENS, Ga. - Georgia star receiv-
er A.J. Green was suspended by the
NCAA for four games on Wednesday
for selling a jersey for $1,000 to some-
one who qualifies as an agent.
Green sold his jersey from last sea-
son's Independence Bowl.
The. junior, who sat out the' season
opener against Louisiana-Lafayette,
must miss three more games before
regaining, his eligibility, according to
the ruling from the NCAA.,
No. 22 Georgia plays at No. 24 South
Carolina on Saturday.
The ruling comes after much specula-
tion that Green was involved in the
NCAA's probe into improper benefits
given by agents to athletes at several
schools, including North Carolina.
Part of the probe was a party at
Miami Beach. Green insisted he didn't
attend the party, but Wednesday's
announcement showed the NCAA was-
looking at other benefits received by the
player.
Georgia says Green has repaid the
$1,000 to a charity.
Green issued an apology to Georgia
coaches, his teammates and fans "for
the mistake in judgment" in a statement
released by the school.
T


"I very much regret all that has taken
place and the distraction that's been
caused," Green said. "I've learned a
valuable lesson and hope others can
learn from my mistake. I can only focus
my attention now on practicing and
looking ahead to getting back with my
teammates as quickly as possible."
The 6-foot-4 Green is rated as one of
the top receivers in the nation. He is
projected as a possible top-five pick in
the 2011 NFL draft.
Green had 53 catches for 808 yards
and six touchdowns in 2009 despite
missing all or part of five games due to
injuries.
The loss of Green is a blow to
Georgia's hopes in the Southeastern
Conference's Eastern Division before
the crucial game at South Carolina.
"Certainly I'm disappointed with the
outcome," coach Mark Richt said.
"However, we have games to play and
that's where our focus needs to be in the
coming days and weeks. Other players
will have to step forward and I'm con-
fident they will do that."
Receiver Tavarres King, who was
charged with underaged possession of
alcohol this summer, served a one-game
suspension against Louisiana-Lafayette
and returns this week.


THURSDAY

Lady Hornets

top Holmes

County in 4
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Cottondale Lady Hornets
evened their record at 2-2 with a
four-set win over Holmes County
on Tuesday night in Bonifay.
Cottondale took the first set 25-
15 before falling 25-20 in the sec-
ond frame.
The Lady Hornets rebounded'
to win a pair of close sets in the
third and fourth, both by a score
of 25-23.
Shay Wright led Cottondale
with a well-rounded effort that
included 10 service points, seven
blocks, and eight kills.
"Shay Wright had an awesome
night," Lady Hornets coach
Cassie Whiddon said. "Her
blocking was outstanding, and
her hitting has improved so
much. She has really become a
great asset to the, team in only
three years that she has played
volleyball."
Kylee Crose led with 19 serv-
ice points and seven aces. Haley
Boggs added three aces and 45
assists.
Kourtney Richardson had
seven service points and two ace
serves.
However, Whiddon said that
See HORNETS, Page 5B >


Pirates JV

opens season

in Graceville
, BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR.
The Sneads Pirates junior var-
sity team will finally kick pff its
regular season tonight in
Graceville, taking on the Tigers at
6 p.m.
Sneads was set to open the year
on Sept. 2, but Holmes County
had to cancel the game due to not
having enough players to keep a.
JV team together.
Pirates coach Shawn Graham
said it was tough for him and his
team to deal with,. but he under-
stands what it's like dealing with
the challenge of coaching junior
varsity football.
"It's a disappointment that the
kids were not able to go out and
have that first game," he said. "At
the same time, I understand. The
JV system is there to build, and if
there's not enough for kids to par-
ticipate, the best thing to do is to
move the kids up and try to help
-out the varsity.
S "We're here basically at the
mercy of what injuries happen on
Friday night. If a key (varsity)
player goes down, I'll have to
send some of mine up. That's just
life of a JV coach."
Graham said the added practice
time has made his players all the
more anxious to get a real game
under their belts.
"Good Lord, they're ready to
go," he said. "That's all they've
been talking about. I think it's
affected the way we've been
practicing. The kids are so anx-
ious, and the emotions go up and
down. One moment, they're rar-
ing to go, and the next they real-
ize they have to go hit each other
some more."_
See JV, Page 5B >


MMS girls take

two in a row
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Middle School
Lady Bullpups basketball team
made it two in a row Tuesday at
home with back-to-back wins
over Chipley Rouhlac.
In the 'B' game, it was a 27-14
win, while the 'A' team took it to
the next level with a 43-14 victo-
ry. In the 'A' game, Marianna
wasted no time putting up 21
points in the first half.
Brianna Johnson and
Cha'Quisha Spears both picked
up eight points each. The Lady


Bullpups held Chipley to just six
points to take a 21-6 halftime
lead,
The second half proved to be a
repeat of the first, with Spears
and Johnson continuing to domi-
nate by tallying six points each.
On the evening, Spears and
See MMS, Page 5B >








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for no more knowledge." '
Bridge is great because even the top players meet positions
they have not seen before. Today's deal features a topic that caus-
es trouble for many. How would you make three no-trump after
West leads the heart queen? You have eight top tricks: three
spades, one heart, two diamonds and two clubs. The ninth win-
ner can come from clubs. But how should that suit be played and
what is the danger to your contract?
Taking those questions in reverse order, if you go down, you
will lose four hearts and one club. Since if hearts are 4-4, you are
not in jeopardy, assume they are 5-3 and duck the first two
rounds to get East out of the suit. Then, make sure that West can-
not get back on lead to cash his two winners.
To do this, make an avoidance play in clubs, hoping West
does not have 0-10-x. At trick four, .cash your club ace, then lead
another club, and when West plays low, call for dummy's nine. It
loses to East's 10, but you have nine tricks established without
jetting West win a club trick. Finally, note two defensive points.
At trick one, East should either signal with his heart seven or play
the king. At trick two, if East encouraged with his seven, West
should continue with the heart eight. First, lead the top of the
sequence; then, lead the bottom of it.


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Aultimate Freedom in color 68,200K mi. 1 cury '93 LS looks and matic, garage kept, rear tire, and extras, Loaded, carqo shell eycel. cond. $3500
40 ft. Winnebago 1 owner, good cond. runs good. med blue, cover & helmet, 9k asking payoff of runr gcood $3.500 OBO trade 850 774-
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frig, dishwasher, 334-685-6233 $7999 or Trade $7,900 or OBO. er. new tires , hrd& CHEVY '00 Silverado
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hi36ft workhort be chas- Wheel Drive $500. Call Hawk m. Coupons & D- ront windshield, a. - -18,200.BO hls .500.Call sons needing special798-3352
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22kSabre by Paami.,nosmk,7kw 2009 Sportsmen 202 corvette 9485 mi 87 miles, 2 helmetsAsking, John Deere 6405 4WD Mi. New AC, Loaded, PUBC AUCTION

















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nette that sides out. $1000.334-693- 4 door. Black. Oner condition. 2000. 334 - i 04 os very636 Call e. 334-792-7105 Kubota Tractor m/fm cass. FORD07 Expl on, September 17,
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clean, sleeps 8, buck and must sell. he Co wrng, new e. 850-896-3774 j Extended; Lowered loader with box FL 32448 (850) 482-
beds. awning850-352-2810 super (334)300-1122 pump Red. Auto. Mirrored Motwonder car.FATOY9 1rcycles $6500 ort Utility Veicle blade &finishing
slide pull w/ reg/. $9.900.00 Tops. 52K mi. New J 49.2515or T'14.2700 moh e r bae&fnsi 1992 Ford, 4 Doors,
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L14K miGold vw/tan good sport-man 4- brakes, $3500. rOBO Dodge '02'Dakota 1GKDM19W9VB53743
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large6K b mi. Ford siden&eou6c.No dents. . garage kept. Iots
Private bath. Fully firm serious inquire $Warranty til 2012.
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$25,000. 334-792-0010 Lincoln 01 Towncar, & running or 334-791-1074 miles NADA 26k tanks k.$12,500. or
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or 334-805-0859 M on 3S signature series w/ $7000 850-445-295lee essMojo Motor Scooter 479-2558 or 714-2700 850-212-6964 t1. anleather
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outdoor stove, eleca possible way tow a seats AS side n Iron Hors e mtcydl . Cab, 12K miles
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sis 8.1 gas engine,- $9,800. 334-191 3081 Dirt Bike07' Honda double seat tour 3348942315 or accommodating to
CRF70 Excellent bike. Asking $9,500me CHRYSLER u Town participate in this
22k mi., no smk, 7kw Corvette 94'85K mi. Condition $970. OBOPleasecall & court Vnaetnghouldmcn-
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new cond. $11,500. Millenia, Runs Great! 7.ac.power. ,00,r' nt
cam. Roadmaster 22K, loaded,0A MUST OBO 334-618-9322 or 152K miles Loaded Motorcc enrthn days prior
'05 Jeep Wrangler Call1334-447-2147 $406 10 89OoraUirld2b1ke 4 Ch e5The, to she meeting. The
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condo. selling due to cables/wiring. new $1300. 080 334 618- $1975 OBO 850-592- V-8, Fully Loaded, FL, 32448, (850) 482-
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.eng., 35K miles,rnoas for Sale Challenger Garage Mercedes 82' 380SL 2 stroke scooter, orange and black Atmbls ie, $9500734
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High School
Football
Friday- Graceville at
Marianna, 7 p.m.;
Sneads at Baker, 7 p.m.;
Franklin County at
Cottondale, 7 p.m.
Junior Varsity
Thursday- Sneads at
Graceville, 6 p.m.;
Marianna at Florida
High, 6 p.m.
Middle School
Football
Thursday- Graceville
vs. Grand Ridge in
Sneads, 6 p.m.;
Marianna at Wakulla, 6
p.m.
High School
Volleyball
Thursday- Marianna
at Walton, 6 p.m.;
Blountstown at Sneads,
5 p.m. and 6 p.m.;
Graceville at Vernon, 5
p.m. and 6 p.m.;
Cottondale at Bozeman,
5 p.m.
Friday- Bethlehem at
Cottondale, 3 p.m. and 4
p.m.
Saturday- Cottondale,
Graceville, and
Marianna will all com-
pete in a tournament in
Chipley, time TBA.
Youth Football
Marianna Athletic
Youth Association
Football registration
deadline is Sept. 10.
Ages 6-12 (on May 1,
2010) welcome. Cost is
$45. Proof of insurance
and birth certificate
required. Registration
is .at .Champion
Motorsports (across
from Winn Dixie), du#-
ing business-hours. Call
557-2931 or 693-4212
for more information.

Panhandle Seminole
Club
Panhandle Seminole
Club will host a watch
party for the Florida
State Seminoles vs.
Oklahoma Sooners foot-
ball game on-Saturday
at 2:15 p.m. at Beef '0'
Brady's (behind
Superior Bank) on US
Highway 71 in
Marianna.
Golf Tournament
TROYWiregrass The
Wiregrass Chapter' of
the Troy University
Alumni Association will
host the 2010 Jackson
Thornton Invitation
Golf Tournament- on,
Sept. 30 at Highland
Oaks in Dothan.
The annual golf tour-
nament raises money for
TROY student scholar-
ships. The 4-person
scramble will begin at
noon with a shotgun
start. Registration
begins at 9 a.m. the
morning of the tourna-
ment and lunch will be
served at 11 a.m.
The top four teams
will take home gift cer-
tificates and trophies.
Participants will also
receive Troy University
golf shirts and door
prizes.. For more info, or
to sign up, contact
Gayla White at 334-
983-6556 ext. 1377.
Sports Items
Sefld all sports items
to editorial @jcflori-
dan.corn, or fax them to
850-482-4478. The
mailing address for the
paper is Jackson County
Floridan P.O. Box 520
Marianna, FL 32447.


BY BRETT MARTEL
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

METAIRIE, La. - Reggie Bush
declined to go into any detail Wednesday
on what he knows about the status of his
2005 Heisman Trophy.
"At this point, it's kind of out of my
hands," Bush said Wednesday after practice
with the New Orleans Saints.
Bush said he could not "confirm or deny"
whether he has met with anyone from the
Heisman Trophy Trust and deferred com-
ment to the trust when asked about a
Yahoo! report that said he could be stripped
of the award by the end of the month.
"If I'm not mistaken, I believe the
Heisman Trust people released a statement
saying whatever was (reported) yesterday
was inaccurate, so that's where we're at,"
he said.
On Tuesday, trust executive director
Robert Whalen told ,The Associated Press
that there has been no decision on the status
of Bush's Heisman.
The NCAA found major violations in
USC's football program and levied serious
sanctions against the school in June, includ-
ing the loss of scholarships and a two-year
bowl ban. The Trojans have dissociated
themselves from Bush, who was accused of
accepting money and other benefits from
sports agents. '
Losing the Heisman could further tarnish
Bush's legacy, although Bush noted, "On
the field, play speaks for itself."


This file' photo shows Southern California tailback Reggie Bush-
pickimg up the Heisman Trophy after being announced as the
winner of the award, in New York. - Julie
Jacobson/Associated Press


JV:
Continued From Page 1B

The Graceville JV did get to son, and Wertenberger said that he that junior varsity football is more
make its debut last week, falling to is already seeing,the benefit of get- about getting valuable game experi-
Freeport 12-6 onthe road., ting the JV program back on track. ence for young -players than it is
The Tigers fell behind 12-0 at "We made a lot of progress in the about wins and losses.
halftime, but they they rallied to first game," the coach said. "I had a "Who your opponent is in JV is
score in the second half before kid who played middle school ball not the most important thing, it's
falling just short at the end. two years ago as an eighth-grader about executing our offense and
"I thinkwe played nervous in the who had to play on the varsity last defense against whatever they
first half," Graceville coach e Toddyear, and he was beaming after the throw at us," the coach said. "It's
first half," Graceville coach Todd game and said, 'that's the first game about player development and get-
ertenerger sai I've gotten to start and play here ting these kids ready to help the var-
"In the second half, we came out since I've been at Graceville.' sity.,
and decided to play- some football. "'That's what it's about. Here's a "Other than a. win, we're just
We actually had some chances to kid who deserved to play in a game looking for the kids, to mature a lit-
win the game, we just didn't get it like that, and now he gets a chance. tie bit. There's a difference hitting
done." , That's what it's about, and that's someone (at practice) and. hitting
Neither the Tigers nor the Pirates why we're having this JV program." them in a game. Basically, this is
had junior varsity programs last sea- ',Graham agreed with the notion just a teaching tool."


MMS
Continued From Page 1B

Johnson led the team with 14 points 10 points. were missing three key players for.
each; while Azaria Marlowe picked On the board with six points was .various reasons, but everyone else
up five points. Shaasia Williams, while Toriana stepped up and it made a huge dif-
In the 'B' game, it was again the, White tallied four points on the ference.
Lady Bullpups controlling the game night.* "I would like to see us improve
early, leading 8-2 after the first half Following the game, Marianna. on our defensive rebounding, as
of play. coach D'Leisha Ephriam said she . well as limiting the amount of
The offense for Marianna stepped was pleased with her teams' play in unforced turnovers. But overall, the
up with 19 second half points, while both games. 'girls played two good ballgames."
their defense held the opposition to "Both.teams played very aggres- The Lady Bullpups will be on the
10 points to take the 27-14 lead. sive on both' ends of the court," she road tonight, with the 'A' team tak-
Faith Simmons was the only said. "I'm especially happy with the ing off the Cottondale ,Lady
Lady Bullpup in double digits with 'B' team's effort in the win. They Hornets.


Hornets'
Continued From Page 1B


her team still had much room for
improvement.
"The girls really struggled on
their passing (Tuesday night)," she
said. "They really need to focus on
their passing so that our offense can
be productive."
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of the three wins.
"The biggest surprise
was how well we played
last week , against
Florida High," the
coach said. "That was
the real' test, and they
did really well. Beating
them in that one game,
we were excited about
that and want to build
on that."
In district, the Lady
Pirates are winning
matches they should
win, but it's the manner
in which they're doing
it that Roberts has been
pleased with.
"We've been playing
some young programs,
but we want to be com-
petitive no matter what
the competition is, and
to play our best and
keep our focus," she
said. "So far, this team


has been very consis-
tent, and that surprises
me because it's a team
full of mainly juniors
and just one senior. I
would've . expected
them to be much more
up and down and incon-
sistent.
"The big thing is that
when they've played a
team that they've out-
matched, they have
swept them. A lot of
times when you play a
weaker team, the scores
will be up and down.
But the girls have been
very consistent, and that
is surprising to me.
They've really shown a
lot of maturity. I'm hop-
ing that trend will con-
tinue."
Tonight, the Lady
Pirates host district rival
Blountstown at 6 p.m.


Bozeman to take on the Lady Bucks
tonight at 5 p.m.
Cottondale returns home Fridty
against Bethlehem at 4 p.m., with
the junior varsity match preceding
- the varsity at 3 p.m.
The Lady- Hornets JV lost to
Holmes County on Tuesday in three


sets. After winning the first set 25-
21, Cottondale fell '25-21. in the sec-
ond, then lost the'tie-breaking third.
set 15-13. Cameron Kinney led
CHS with 16 service points, while
Wendy Singleton added 15, Kayla
Lathan eight, and Savannah
Sizemore seven.


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don't want too much."
The Bulldogs got big offen-
sive performances from
Jacques Wooden, who rushed
for 102 yards and a touch-
down on 16 carries, and
Roderick Copeland, who
added 65 yards on six carries.
Wooden's production was
expected going into the sea-
son, but Lawson said that
Copeland's effort was a pleas-
ant surprise.
"He has really come
around," Lawson said of the
freshman. "I don't know if we
just happened to have him in
the right spot, but he definite-
ly turned it on when it came to
game time. He has really
picked it up this week, too.
Maybe he figured out he has a
chance to start and be a major
factor for us."
The Bulldogs also got a
touchdown from freshman
Derrick Knowles, with
Wooden adding a 16-yard
score at the end of the first
half to put Marianna up 14-0.
"(Wooden) is power up the
middle," Lawson said of his
fullback. "The middle is so
important with our offense.
It's key for us that he's run-
ning up the middle like that.
He runs well enough that I
feel like even if the play is not
there he'll get us a couple
yards anyway because he's
just so big and tall."
But everything wasn't per--
fect for the Bulldogs in the
opener, as a rash of penalties
and a pair of second-half
turnovers gave Lawson plenty
of room to critique his- team
post-game.
. "We're trying to get those
(penalties) fixed by getting
kids on the field when they
need to be and getting them
lined up right," the coach
said. "Also, we want them
showing emotion when
they're supposed to, and not
when they're not. It was a lot
of stuff you expect in the first
game."
Lawson was also very
happy with his team's defen-
sive effort, though even that is
still a work in progress.
"I was real pleased with the
defense," he said. "(Liberty
County) started moving the
ball on us late, and I don't
know if that's because we
were ahead and shutting them
down, or we were tired or
what.
"But we've got to work on
our tackling. We're working
on it every' day. We had a lot
of missed tackles that we
should've made."
The- challenge should be
greater tonight with a tougher
opponent and the first road
game of the season for
Marianna.
Lawson said he believed
his team was up for it.
"We've been talking to
them all week about getting
ready for this.'week. (Florida
High) will have just as many
(players) as we have, if not
more," said. "I think we'll be
OK on the road as long as we
can keep them focused."


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BY DINA CAPPIELLO,
HARRY R. WEBER, AND
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AsSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS
NEW ORLEANS - BP.
took some of the blame for
the Gulf oil disaster in an
internal report issued
Wednesday, acknowledging
among other things that it
misinterpreted a key pres-
sure test of the well. But in
a possible preview of its
legal strategy, it also point-
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on the doomed rig.
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explosion that set it off to a
complex chain of failures
both human and mechani-
cal. Some of those prob-
lems have been made pub-
lic over the past 4V2 months,
such as the failure of the
blowout preventer to clamp
the well shut.
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definitive ruling on the
cause of the catastrophe.
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investigators have not yet
begun to fully analyze the
blowout preventer, which
was raised from the bottom
of the sea over Labor Day
weekend.
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Transocean, and cement
contractor Halliburton - as
it deals with hundreds of
lawsuits, billions of dollars
in claims and possible crim-
inal charges in the coming
months and years.
Critics of BP called the
report self-serving.
"This report is not BP's
mea culpa," said Rep.
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Mass., a member of a con-
gressional panel investigat-
ing the spill. "Of their own
eight key findings, they
only explicitly take respon-
sibility for half of one. BP
is happy to slice up blame
as long as they get the
smallest piece."
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stand in contrast to a wide-
ly seen BP ad campaign in


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blame for the explosion and
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"BP blaming others for
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well spewed more than 200
million gallons of oil into


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blowout and that the design'
of the well was probably
not to blame. It also said
"more thorough review and
testing by Halliburton" and
"stronger quality assur-
ance" by BP's well team
might have identified weak-
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