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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056

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

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University of Florida
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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Registration intake center now SNAKE SPARKS


open in Marianna to help survivors POWER OUTAGE
Special to the Floridan on-site registration assistnce. April 28 through May 6. The center
A temporary registration intake offersa quick and convenientwayfor
Specialists from the State Emer- center now is open at City of Mari- people to register with FEMA.
gency Response Team and the Feder- anna Fire Station No. 2, 3990 Kynes- Hours of operation began of
al Emergency Management Agency ville Highway, in Marianna, to help the Memorial Day weekend, but
now are available to provide disaster survivors affected by the severe
survivors in Jackson County with storms, tornadoes and flooding from See CENTER, Page 5A





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Florida Public Utilities Company lineman Woody Hall works
to dislodge a dead snake from the feeder bay of theChipola
substation, Monday, May 26, in Marianna. Workers say the
wandering critter caused a short that triggereda mid-morn-
ing outage, leaving over 3,000 customers without power for
the better part of an hour on Memorial Day. The substation
was back in operation just after 10 a.m.


New broadband tower

set for Chipola campus
BY OEBORAH BUCKRALTER'
S. 7 PHTOOS BY ANGIE COOKFLORIDAN dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
orld War II veteran Albert Lane, 92, of Greenwood reflects on the mean- A new 195-foot com-
S ing of Memorial Day, Monday, May 26, in Marianna. Lane! a former B-17 munications tower will be
... re w installed on the Chipola
bomber pilot who flew 25 missions, says ceremonies like the one hosted by installed on the Chipola
College campus incre-
DAV Chapter 22 mean more to him as the years go by. mentally over the next
few weeks, ultimately giv-
ing students and faculty
faster and more robust
access to the internet, and
providing internet service
providers a host site from
which to distribute their
services to other custom-
ers. This "monopole,"
ers. This monopole, KRISTIECLOUD/FLORIDAN
which will resemble a tall New equipment has been
flagpole, is actually made installed at the top of this
of several sections and tower located outside the
those must be stacked one library on the Chipola College
by one. Thetower is part of campus. Over the next few
a much larger broadband weeks, a second tower will be
installed as part of a larger
See TOWER, Page 5A broadband network.
A member of the Buffalo
Soldiers participates in
the posting of the colors Police warn of seams
during a Memorial Day P
ceremony, Monday, May
26, in Marianna. from 876 area code

BYANGIECOOK The would-be victim
acook@jcfloridan.com is congratulated for win-
Stanley W. Wisnioski Jr. (left) accepts a token of gratitude from Leon Kelly, DAV Chap- errialy Officials with the Mari- ning the lottery and/or
ter 22 commander, for being the featured speaker during the group's Memorial Day eanna Police Department a new car. He or she is
ceremony, Monday, May 26, in Marianna, are warning citizens then instructed to go to
about yet another scam. the local grocery store or
This one is a version of discount store and pur-
a well-known telephone chase a "Green Dot" card
P la e c ash il s seam that has been tai- andload theprepaid debit
lored with regional details card with anywhere from
S- like claims of winning $400 to $1,000, which will
From local reports Airfield, located at 22303 Longleaf Nicholas Hoang, when the aircraft the Florida Lottery Mega be used to pay processing
S..Road in Fountain, and reportedly wentdown. Millions jackpot - to lend and-delivery fees for the
FOUNTAIN--Authoritiessaythree crashed shortly after Patrick Shultz, the only survi- credibility to the fraud prize(s).
passengers are dead after a small takeoff.The plane went down vor, wastransported'to a local attempt. Later, the scammer calls
plane crashed on a rural road in around 9:25 a.m. Sunday, hospital, where, as of late Sunday In a recent statement, back to get the victim to
Florida's Panhandle Sunday May 25, on Longleaf Road, near the evening, he remained in extreme- MPD officials described verify personal and bank-
morning. Bay, Calhoun and Jackson Coun- ly critical condition. The bod- the scam this way: ing information, plus
Bay County Sheriffs Office spokes- ty lines. Agencies from all three ies of Kathleen Schultz, Moore The telephone rings and the prepaid debit card
womanRuth Corleysaid the plane, a counties responded'to work -the and Hoang were taken.to the caller ID shows a number number. Once payment
1974 Piper Cherokee Model PA 28 incident. Medical Examiner's office for that begins with an 876 is received, the victim is
piloted byPatrick Schultz, caused In a statement, Corley saidSchul- autopsy. area code. Calls from that told, the prize(s) will be
a fire when it crashed in a wooded tz was flying his mother, Kathleen The Federal Aviation Administra- area code originate in Ja- delivered.
area near Fountain. Schultz, his aunt, Nancy Moore, tion and the NationalTransportation maica, an area often asso-
The plane took off from Maran and his 14-year-old nephew, Safety Board are investigating. ciated with phone scams. See SCAM, Page 5A
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Afternoon Thunderstorms. Evening Storms Likely. Panama City Low - 8:39 PM High - 9:51 AM
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Friday Saturday Woodruff 48.76 ft. 66.0 ft. Sunset 7:43 PM
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JACKSON COUNTY Co muimty Calendar *

FL O R ID A N Tuesday, May 27 featuring panhandle arts and crafts every Marianna's Gatheing Place Foundation.
Saturday. Call 272-6611.
Publisher - Valeria Roberts Marianna City Farmers Market Open St. Anne Tift Store- 9 a.m. to pm. Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evange
vroberts@jcfloridan.com -7 a.m. to noon at Madison St. Park. Now St. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road
featuring panhandle arts and crafts every Marianna. Welcome donations: household in Marianna. Adult andteen meetings to
Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski Saturday. items, clothing and jewelry. Proceeds go to "overcome hurts, habits andhang-ups."
doberski@jcfloridan.com n St. Anne Thrift Store - 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. help less fortunate in our community. Cal Diner: 6 .m. Child are available. Call
St. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., 482-3734. 209-7856, 573-1131.
CONTACT US Marianna. Welcome donations: household hipa CivicClub Meeting- Noon at Alcoholis Anonymous enMeeting
Telephone: 850-526-3614 items, clothing and jewelry Proceeds go to The Oaks RestarantU. 90 in Marianna. - 9 p.m. in the AA room of First United
FAX: 850-482-4478 help less fortunate in our community. Call The CCC's focus is the local community, Methodit Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in
Erail: editorial@jcfloridan.com 482-3734. "Community, Children & Character." Call. Marianna
Street Address: Pinochle Club Meeting - 9:30-11:30 526-3142.
4403 Constitution Lane a.m.Ascension Lutheran Church fellow- ) Employability Workshop "2 Keys for " Saturay, May 31
Marianna, FL32448 ship hall, 3975 U.S. 90, Marianna. Everyone Success"- 2:30 p.m. at Marianna Career
Ofce Hours invited. Call 482-6132. Cete. Woshop is ailitat a cti- Marlanna City Farmer Market Open-7
OfficeHours: Center. Workshopisfacilitated by acerti . ....
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5p.m.: Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson fled motivational career oach. orkshop a.m. to noon at Madison St Park. Now
aCounty Seniior Citizens, 2931 Optimist i ee o hargearid open t the public. featuing panhandle arts and crafts every
MISS YOUR PAPER? Drive in Marianna. Call 482-5028. Visit EmployFlorida.com to register, . Saturday.
You shoud receive.your newspapr no llo lit W " Alcoholics Anonymous - Closed dis- " Salute the" Wounded 5K Fun Run Chal-
u s ng Sft Skills" 2:30 p.m. at Marianna cqss n8-9 m , irst United Methodist .- nge 8a.m. Citizen's Lodge Park,
than 6a.m. If itoes not arive, callCircdla- Career/Celiter.Workshop is facilitated Chu, 2901 Caledonia St., Maanna, i 'Marianna. Registrftion starts'at7 at.m
tion between 6m.andnoon Tuesdayto by a certified motivational caree coach the AA room. Attendance limited to people un or ose not compe
Friday and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.on Sunday. The Workshop is free of charge and open to the with a desire to stop drinking papers will lowing first race. $25 registratin fee. Go
Jackso County Floridan (USPS 271-840) public. Visit EmployFlorida.com to register. not be signed, to www.daysprinchristianacademy.cc to
is publishedTuesday through Friday and . i F. M. Golson Elementary School Advisory download registration form or visit Www.
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage pid Council nal Year Meeting - 5:30 p.m. Friay, May30 active.co andsearch event to register
at Marianna; FL. in the media center. For more informa- online. There is a $3.25 convenience fee
tion, call Catherine Connor, Chairman at Hooks and Needles - 10 a.m. at the for online registrants. The course is on all
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 482-9607. Jackson County Public Library, Marianna different terrains and there will be seven to
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 )) Tobacco Cessation Class - 5.30 p.m. at branch. New and experienced handcraft- 10 obstacles. For more information, email
forthree months; $62.05 for six'months; Grand Ridge School's media center. Ces- ers welcome to create, shie, learn or teach Kristen Sylvester at salutethewounded5K@
and $123.45 for one year.All prices include sation products such as gum and patches favorite projects. Call482-9631. gm ail.com
applicable state and local taxes. Mail will be distributed for free while supplies a Chipola Healthy Start Community Baby )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail last. Free class for all interested in stopping Shower --11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Jackson -.8 a.m. in theAA room of First United
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; using tobacco products. CountyAgriculture Center, 2741 Penn Ave., Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in
$92.24 for six months; and$184.47 for one Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting Marianna. There will beno charge. For. Marianna.
year. . - 8-9 p.m. in the AA room of First United more information, call TheresaHarrison at a Partners forPets Poker Run - 9 a.m.
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in 482-1236. J ennings Fields off Caledonia St. in Mari-
All subscriptions to the Jackson Marianna. Closed discussion with 12 and a Madison Street Park Farmers Market- anna. $15 per bike with an option to buy
Floridan include delivery on hank n 12 study. Everyone with a desire to stop m.7 p.m. at MadisonStreetark. Will an extra card at the end of the n for $5.
fDyor which there is a premm harsging drinking is welcome. be open each Friday evening. FMNP arid . Food and drinks on-site and along route.
Day premium cha. SrFMNP vouchers are accepted. For more Call 482-4570 or check out Partnersfor-
ADVERTISING Wednesday, May 28 info call 693-4078. petsMariannaF1 on facebook.
The pu Chess Club - 6-8 p.m. First United Chautauqua Winery Sumnmer Crft
The advertiser agrees that the publisher ) Eldercare Services - 8 a.m. at Elder- Methodist Ch~rch on Clinton St. in Mar- Festival-- 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Chautauqua
Sshall not be liable for damages arising care Services, Marianna will be giving out anna. Sponsored by Marianna Optimist Winery 364 Hugh Adams Road, Defuniak
out of errors and advertisements beyond USDA food. Club forstudents for stidents 8-18 years Springs. Free wine tastings. An array of
the amount paid for the space actually n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting of age in ackson County. All students and vendors will showcase their products.
occupied by that portion of the advertise- - Noon to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First their parents arewelcome. Players of all For free vendor booth information, email
ments in which the error occurred, whether United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia skill levels including beginners are wel- info@chautauuawinery.com.
such error is due to the negligence of the St. in Marianna. come. Call 693-0473. e Graceville Free Medical Clinic - 10 a.m.
publisher's employees or otherwise, and Jackson Hospital Board of Trustes "Senior Singles" Meeting - 6-8 p.m. at Graceville Free Medical Clinic, 5470 Col-
there shall be not liability for non-inser- Finance Committee and Board Meeting - 5 Eastside Baptist Church (in the rear), lege Ave., Graceville. For patients who ha5e
tion of any advertisement beyond the p.m. in the classroom. U.S. 90 East, Marianna. New location, no medical insurance, Medicaid, and meet
amount paid for such advertisement. This Ample parking. Singles age 50 and older the federal poverty, guidelines. We have -
newspaper will not knowingly accept or Thursday, May 29 are invited for games, food, prizes and hysicians and nurses and give professional
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis-. Marianna City Farmers Market Open speakers. No charge. Donations accepted; health care services to our patients. Call
ing which expresses preference based on I 7 a.n. to noon at Madison St. Park. Now proceeds fund charitable endeavors of 263-6912 or 272-0101 for information.
legally protected personal characteristics is The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
not acceptable. email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
HOWTO GET YOUR PoliCe Roundup
NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County Floridan will publish MARIANNA POLICE doned vehicles, three report of checks, three reports of threats/ Larry Footman; 52, 3127 N.
news of general interest free of charge. DEPARTMENT a reck3ess driver, three report of harassment and one report of a Ridge Road, Tallahassee, hold
Submit your news or Community Calendar a suspicious vehicle, four report forgery/worthless check. for Brevard County.
e bvets yu n rl The Marianna Police De- of a suspicious . Calvin Milton, 46, 4559 Bass-
events via e-mil, fax mail o hand delivery. partment listed the following _ - person, one in- JACKSON COUNTY wood Road, Greenwood, pos-
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, incidents for May 25, the latest formation call, dA ETINAI FACILIT session of controlled substance
anniversary and birth announcements, available report: One accident o one highway CORRECTIONAL FACTY (cocaine), possession of drug
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. without injury, one report of a obstruction, The following people were paraphernalia.
Photographs must be of good quality and suspicious person, one infor- one report booked into the county jail dur- Ryan Carter, 20, 2133 Morris
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the" mation call, one highway ob- of a physical ing the latest reporting periods: . Road, Cottondale, violation of
right to edit all submissions. struction, three burglar alarms, disturbance, Devin Ranew, 20, 4936 Satin county probation.
GETTING IT RIGHT one report of power lines down, two reports of a verbal dis- Drive, Bascom, hold for Gads- Eugene Barrentine, 58, 1717
13 traffic stops, one follow-up turbance, one woodland fire, den County. . Pilgram Road, Cottondale, hold
The Jackson County Floridan's policy investigation, eight property/ 12 medical calls, six burglar Joseph Redmon, 18, 3063 for Okaloosa County.
is to correct mistakes promptly. To building checks, one report of alarms, one report of power Joyce Drive, Marianna, bur- Curtis Pugh, 42, 344 N. Paleo
report an error, please call 526-3614 property damage, two welfare lines down, 22 traffic stops, one glary of unoccupied dwelling, Alto Ave., Panama City, hold for
Monday-Friday. checks.and 11 home security report of larceny, one report of � criminal mischief (over $200/ Bay County.
checks, criminal mischief, three calls to under $1,000), violation of state Jeffrey Butler, 34, 1345 A Mill
serve paperslex parte, two civil probation. Road, Alford, failure to appear.
JACKSON COUNTY disputes, one trespassing call, AmyPumphrey, 36, 5299 Bax- Steven Bodiford, 29, 4979
SHERIFFS OFFICE two follow-up investigations, ter Road, Malone, driving while Bedford Road, Marianna, hold
one report of assault, oni~ report license suspended/revoked. for Liberty County.
The Jackson County Sheriff's of a fight in progress, one dog- Amber Nelson, 30, 7811 Gail
Office and county fire/rescue . related animal complaint, three Drive, Sneads, domestic battery. Jail Population: 222
reported the following inci- property/building checks, one Adam Williams, 28, 2045
dents for May 25, the latest call to assist another agency, Third Ave., Apt. 113, Sneads, To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
available report: Two accidents one report of child abuse, one driving while license at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
JCFLORIDAN.COMI without injury, three aban- public service call, three welfare suspended/revoked, agency.

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BERRY IS CHIPOLA

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SUBMITTED PHOTO
Pictured are Missy Lee, community liaison/FIMR coordinator for Chipola Healthy Start; and
John Turner, Graceville Kiwanis Club.

Graceville Kiwanis Club

suI takes part in Diaper Dump
r aurie Berry is Chipola College's Career Employee for May. Berry For the past two months, diapers that will be dis- dren under the age of 3.
S serves as a senior office assistant in Financial Aid and has the Graceville Kiwanis tributed in the Gracev- The Kiwanis Club of
rk a t c sin 2 . Picre fro ft are.i- Club has been collect- ille area through Chipola Graceville would like
lworked at the college since 2000. Pictured fro left are:.Chipo- ing diapers as part of the Healthy Start. to thank Piggly Wiggly,
la Vice President of Student Affairs, Dr. Jayne Roberts, Laurie Berry Florida Kiwanis Diaper Chipola Healthy Start Peoples Bank of Gracev-
and Chipola resident Dr. Jason Hurst.. Dump project. The Flor- serves 'Jackson, Holmes, ille, West Florida Elec-
ida Kiwanis goal was to Washington, Calhoun tric Cooperative,. The
"collect 750,000 diapers by and Liberty counties. Its Graceville News, Chipola
SMother's Day to distrib- mission is to reduce fetal Healthy Start and all of
- a ute to families that were and infant mortality and those' who contributed
struggling to buy diapers. to improve the health diapers or made a dona-
The Graceville Kiwanis outcomes for women of tion to make' the project
ClubB collected 2,500 childbearing age and chil-y successful.

MCDANIEL COMPETES IN JACKSON
COUNTY SOIL WATER CONSERVATION
SPEECH CONTEST
n April 17,
Hailey Mc-
Daniel corn-
peted in the Jackson
!County Soil Water
Conservation speech
contest. This year's
topic was "Dig Deep-
SUBMITTED PHOTO er, Mysteries in the
Pictured are Robin Schwartz, Pat Furr and Debbie Kirkland. Soil." She placed first

O next level of competi-
Chipola Area Board of and advanoed tm
tion. McDaniel also
Realtors hold Maymeeting paeda oetitio in
The Chipola Area Board of Realtors met Schwartz gave the group an overview of Defuniak Springs. She
May15 at 4277 Lafayette St.for its month- recent legislative updates. Kirkland spoke will compete at the
ly general meeting. on FAR leadership goals, what's happen-
Welcomingremarkswere madebyPresi- ing in your association, benefits of your state competition in
dent Pat Furr. The program and lunch was association, the first-ever Realtor Road August.
sponsored bythe Florida Realtors District Rally, and the Florida Realtors' Joifnt Dis-
.8 Vice President, Debbie Kirkland from trict 8 & 9 summit being held in Panama
Tallahassee and Robin Schwartz RPAC City this year. She encouraged all to at- SUBMITTED PHOTO
liaison for Florida Realtors, who traveled tend this very important and informative
all the way from The Dixie-Gilchrist-Levy event. 1s* d
Board Of Realtors in Chiefland. The lunch was catered by The Gazebo. B lackstg class o fere

The Panhandle Pioneer leather gloves and safety is required for your reser-
Settlement will be having glasses. vation which goes toward
a blackSmithing class on There are limited slots the cost of the class.
Saturday, June 7, starting available so call or email For information, call Di-
at 8 a.m. now to reserve your ane Watson at 674-2777 or
Ifyouenjoyhandsonex- slot. The cost of this class email ppsmuseum@ya-
perience, this is the place is a $45. A $25 deposit fee hoo.com.
to be. Join us in the art of
/ shaping heated iron and LOOKING FOR MORE NEWS? VISIT
' steel (forging) witl1hand WWW.JCFLORIDAN.COM
", tools such as hammers,
tongs and chisels on an
SUBMITTEDPHOTO anvil.
Chipola College will screen an Elam Stolzfus documentary. ASEwillenjoythisexperi- KEL SON DISCOUNT
ence at the Panhandle Pi- DRUGS
Chipola to screen Florida R Boneseffm. T' 74

so packyour lunch.
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Chipola College will host the real possibility to pro- O.R O'
a screening of the Elam tect and restore connected
Stolzfus documentary landscapes throughout
.fim, "The Florida Wildlife the Florida peninsula and
Corridor Expedition: Ev- create a viable corridor Mo 4) 4 33 9
erglades to Okefenokee," through Florida. T (E /20 8 8
Thursday, June 12, at 6 For more informa- ) 0
p.m. in the Center foi the tion about the event, call d (E 5/ 29 752
Arts. 718-2277. d () 583 0-3
The Emmy award-win- Ann Jones Clarice Boyette Joelle Roberts Tim Sapp
ning film has been shown Thurs () 9 6 9 3 Owner/Broker Realtor Realtor Broker Associate
nationwide on public tele Follow us on 1 (850)209-9077 (850)573-1572 850-557-0120 (850)209-3595
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Florida veterans concerned about VA turmoil

The Associated Press the problems recently revealed for surgeries and ongoing carti- performed heart surgery on him plan that completely covers his
at VA hospitals nationwide. lage injections, praised VA Sec- last year. expenses.
LAKEWOOD RANCH - Con- "It's not the doctors and nurs- retary Eric Shinseki's announce- "They took good care of me Daily and other veterans said
cerns about long waits and es," Daily told the Sarasota Her- ment Saturday that VA clinics -until I got the bills," he said. working with "service officers"
backlogs at Veterans Affairs ald-Tribune. "It's the middle are expanding capacity and pa- Carlson said he needed about associated with veterans' orga-
hospitals crept into Memorial and uppermanagement people. tients are being transferred to ayear to make thousands of dol- nizations sometimes can help
Day tributes in the Tampa Bay That's what's upsetting.... If you private hospitals to expedite lars in payments the VA would sort out some of the problems
area. don't say the right thing on these their care. not cover, some of .which were with VA claims.
Gulf War veteran Dave Daily documents, it can kick back the "That's exactly what they deducted from his military "I'm in great health but some-
and other veterans at a parade claim." should be doing," Merklein said. pension. Since then, he's day I won't be," Daily said. "I ex-
Sunday in Lakewood Ranch Vietnam veteran Alan Merk- Nils Carlson, a Navy veteran switched to civilian health pect that care to be there when I
blamed bureaucratic red tape for lein, who has relied on the VA of the Korean War, said the VA care providers and a Medicare need it."



Funky waterfront mobile


park faces redevelopment
The Associated Press
JUPITER - Standing on
the wood deck of their mo-
bile home, Sam and Marcia
Arsenault can toss a fishing
line into the turquoise wa-
ter of the Jupiter Inlet and
watch sailboats drift past
the Jupiter Lighthouse.
"When we first walked
back here, my mouth fell
open. I couldn'tbelievehow
beautiful it is. We looked at
each other and -said, 'Thi s
each other and said, 'Thi. A yard decoration hangs in front of a residence at Suni Sands
is the place we want to live,' mobile home park.
"said Marcia, 73, a former THEASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOS
resident of Danvers, Mass. theme," said Modica, re- her husband George from Nenita Tobis, known as "Grandma" to residents of Suni Sands mobile home park in Jupiter,
But the days of water- ferring to the town's plan Point Pleasant, New Jersey. stops for a photo on her mail pickup route near the entrance to the park.
front living are numbered to build shops, restaurants George - known as Capt.
for Arsenault and the other and residences along A1A George to his neighbors
200 residents of Suni Sands between U.S. 1 and Jupiter - died a decade ago. Do-
Mobile Home Park off State Beach Road. ris, a friendly woman with
Road A1A, located on 10 of That funky village theme a firm handshake, works
the most prime waterfront is evident as soon as a visi- three days a week doing
acres in northern Palm tor enters the narrow road food demonstrations at a
Beach County. into the park. Colorful local grocery store.
Charles Modica bought handmade salamanders "I've got applications
the property last summer' and pelicans decorate the in at subsidized housing.
for $17 million. The Jupi- outside walls of the mobile There is a five-year wait. I
ter. Island resident, who homes. Unlocked bicycles don't want to go back up
has not filed any proposals clutter driveways. Resi- north. I want to stay here
with the town, envisions a dentswalkpastwithfishing year-round. This is my
historic inn with restau- poles on their shoulders. home," Smith said.
rants and shops. He wants "Everybody knows every- But Bill Leo, a retired
to refurbish the 100-year- body. We look out for each paving contractor ,whose
old boathouse. There could other," Sam Arsenault said. parents bought a 'mobile
be docks and a stop for a Residents at Suni Sands, home in the park in the late
water taxi. And maybe a who must be at least.55 1970s, said residents must
swimming pool that would years old, own their own be realistic.
be open to the public, he trailers. They each pay "It's not like Briny Breez-
said. about $600 a month to rent es. We don't own the land.
"I'm doing my best to their lots, which includes This is prime waterfro& *
work with the Suni Sands water, sewer, lawn mainte- property. If I can spend
residents. I want to let nance, trash collection and another year or two here, Residents of Suni Sands mobile home park, including Debbie-and Dave Cooper, are worried thpy
them stay as long as pos- cable. Residents pay their I will be happy," said Leo, may soon lose their homes.
sible," Modica said. own electric bills. 67, a full-time resident for now pay on a month-to- lieve they would be guar- "When develpers stand
Town regulations on the Many, like 85-year-old 10 years. month basis. About 30 res- anteed a full year to stay here and look at Suni
10-acre property allow up Doris Smith, say they can't Modica, who last week idents signed, said Steven said Marcia Arsenault. Sands, they see Old Port
to six residences per acre. afford to leave. She and visited the park and Bums, Suni Sands' operat- "I dont believe that a Cove," said resident Tom
Buildings could be up to others say they are unwill- knocked on resident's ing manager. lease can guarantee us any Ryan, referring to the con-
three stories high. Modica ing to make any improve- doors to talk about his Florida law requires mo- more time than state law dominium-marina de-
could apply for higher den- ments to their mobile plans, said he wants to bile-home park residents allows," she said. velopment in North Palm
sity and buildingheights. homes because they are work with residents. He get at least six months While there is no definite Beach on U.S. 1. "When
Town council approval is uncertain aboutwhenthey wrote a letter dated March notice before they are re- timeline to build, Modica Suni Sands residents look
required. must move out. 21, 2014,- to all residents, quired to leave. Many resi- expects development to out our windows, we see
"I want to keep with Smith moved to Suni inviting them to sign a' dents did not sign the lease start in the next several old Florida. We want to
the funky fishing village Sands 30 years ago with year's lease. Residents because they did not be- years. keep it that way."

State Briefs
NW U.S. fag secured provide traditional Arab sel accelerated in Pensac- rial Day weekend event highlighting his proposals ing for expdrt marketing
to sunken ship clothing for him to wear ola Bay. The boy was not last year. to reduce corporate filing programs.
during the proceedings in wearing a life jacket. The victim of a bizarre fees for small businesses
KEYWEST -A new federal court.. The search was extend- attack during the holiday and increasing fund- From wire reports
American flag is float- The Tampa Tribune ed Monday morning into weekend in 2012 remains
ing in the waters over a reports that Sami Osmak- the Gulf of Mexico. By the in a long-term medical
fdrmer military ship sunk ac's lawyer told a federal afternoon, Florida Fish facility. Ronald Poppo was
to create an artificial reef magistrate that his client and Wildlife Conservation blinded when his face was
in the Florida Keys. wants to wear a robe gar- Commission Lt.Doug mostly chewed off by a
Tuesday marks the ment called a thobe and Berryman said the naked man who was
fifth anniversary of the a head wrap known as a search had transitioned then fatally shot by
sinking of the Gen. Hoyt kaffiyeh. from rescue to recovery. police.
S. Vandenberg in waters Osmakac was found WFOR-TV reports that - * 1 I
about 7 milesoff KeyWest competent to stand trial. Slewarrestsas Urban Poppo still doesn't lke to
International Airport. Jury selection is scheduled Beach Week ends leave his hospital room or e ecm w ed
A group of Navy divers to start Tuesday. have any visitors except
had installed an American Authorities allege MIAMI BEACH - Miami for his doctors and nurses. " ( "
flag soon after the wreck's Osmakac plotted to blow Beach -olice are reporting Poppo was homeless
dedication 60 feet below up a popular Tampa a slow pace of arrests as before the attack.
the surface. The Key West night spot and then take the annual Urban Beach
Citizen reports that a lo- hostages and demand the Week hip-hop festival Scott to introduce
cal Navy group donated release of Islamic prison- winds down. businesspolicies O ,,, . ,,. s
a 6-foot-by-10-foot flag ers. He was arrested as According to police, 191 - ,, ( 50171843 2
to replace the old one on part of an FBI sting. people have been arrested TALLAHASSEE - Gov. ca,,...........
Sunday. from Thursday evening Rick Scott is set to intro-
Diver Joe Weatherby Search for boy in bay through Monday morn- duce new policies focused
says an even larger Ameri- shifts tor very ing. That's down from 357 on small businesses and
can flag will be secured to arrests during the same entrepreneurs. SuD, E, MCo BDELY TOMA Su, WE
the wreck on July 4. PENSACOLA- Authori- period last year. On Tuesday, Scott will ' a -. ae a. ,
ties say'the search for a Police reported 414 ar- be in Miami to start a
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Dunaway
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Mary Edenfield, 96, of
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May 24, 2014 at her resi-
dence.
She was a lifelong resi-
'dent of Jackson County, a
homemaker and a member
of Shady Grove Pentecos-
tal Holiness Church. PHOTOS BY ANGIE COOK/FLORIDAN
She was preceded in n Memorial Day, Daniel McNeil plays taps, following a gun salute from American Legion Post 241 on
death by husband's, Her- ..
man Edenfield and James Monday, May 26, in Marianna.
M. Harrell; four grandchil-
dren, Terry Lee Harrell,
Jimmy Harrell, Tonya
Harrell and Ashley Alford.
Mary is survived by six
sons, James B. Harrell,
Silvester Harrell and wife,
Linda, Benjamin Harrell
and wife, Sandra, Charles
Harrell and wife, Liz, Glen
,Harrell, Ronnie Harrell all
of Grand Ridge; five daugh-
ters, Margaret Bradley
Doris Irvin, Wilma Johnson i
and husband, Bruce all of
Grand Ridge, Alma Sequin
of Marianna, Felicia Harrell
of Grand Ridge; 30 grand-
children, 64 great-
grandchildren and 17
great-great-grandchildren; rom the steps of the Jackson County
special nephew, Robert Courthouse, StanleyW.Wisnioski Jr.
Funeral services will be addresses the crowd onMonday, May
at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 26, in Marianna. Wisnioski, a etired U.S.
28, 2014 at Shady Grove
Pentecostal Holiness Army brigadier general, was the featured
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will follow in Shady Grove by Disabled American Veterans Chapter 22.
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the registration intake cen- om Page believable, authorities, of the population, so MPD it's very likely a scammer ey or buy "Green Dot
terwillbeopenfrom 8 a.m. Now since the con artist say con artists often use officials advise everyone calling. MoneyPaks" and share
to 7 p.m., Monday through has your personal infor- online mapping servic- to stay mindful of who is a Stay realistic. You can't the number on the
Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 7 mation and bank account es like Google Earth to on the other end of the win a contest you didn't back. Sweepstakes scams
p.m. on Sundays. information, your iden- identify areas and phone line.' enter. usually ask victims to pay
According to SERT of- tity has been compro- landmarks local to the The Better Business Bu- a Remember, you're in fees, insurance or taxes
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housing and home repairs,
and for other serious disas-
ter-related needs, such as Tow er school because of its role Chipola can be counted along the way, with new Florida Department Envi-
childcareassistance, medi- as a community partner among those users. White deadlines approaching ronmental Protection as
cal and dental expenses, or From Page 1A in the regional broadband said that Chipola may ul- soon. a matter of course, but it
funeral and burial costs. venture. Why aren't those timately move the new The middle mile refers is expected to be okayed
Survivors in Escambia, network that is still being devices going on the taller;, equipment to the new to the infrastructure ele- by that agency. A DEP
Jackson, Okaloosa, Santa built gradually on existing new tower to be installed tower, but for the mean- ments, like towers and as- representative explained
Rosa and Walton coun- and newly erected towers in July? It's a timing issue, time it will stay put on the sociated components that that the review is essen-
ties can also register for to span widely across this says Matt White, Chipola's old. give Internet providers tially cursory at this stage
disaster assistance online region of the state. This director of distributed The initially slow prog- what they need to bring because the state has re-
at DisasterAssistance.gov, tower should be finished systems. ress of the overall broad- the service to end users. viewed and is satisfied
via smartphone or tablet in mid-July, and is part of a Because of deadlines band initiative has at times The Afiniti company will with the mandatory report
at m.fema.gov, or by call- Rural -Broadband Alliance and requirements associ- frustrated service-hun- see to daily operations of that had to be submitted
ing the FEMA helpline at initiative, When it's done, ated with funding for the gry people because of its the open system and man- .with the DEP permit re-
800-621-FEMA (3362) or Chipola's network will region's overall multimil- many stalls over time, but age contracts with service quest that was required.
(TTY) 800-462-7585. Lines have 100-megabits-per- lion-dollar broadband in late 2013, Rural Broad- providers who would use The engineer working the
are open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. second speed as opposed project, a certain number band Alliance and Oppor- the newly installed equip- project has answered a
centraltime and assistance to the current 30. of associated communica- tunity Florida leader Jim ment to bring broadband set of standard questions
is available in multiple Meanwhile, workers are tion equipment users had Brook announced that the "last mile" to end included in the permit-
languages. installing sqme new com- to be inplace bythe end of build-out of the "middle consumers. ting process to the general
For more informa- munications equipment June, in part to prove cost- mile" was at last 80 percent The Chipola tower satisfaction of the agency,
tion on. Florida disas- on an existing traditional- and-need justification for complete after years of project is actually going and the permit is expected
ter recovery, click fema. style tower at Chipola, with the project. By putting the little noticeable progress. through a mandatory and to go through with no last-
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Prosecutors: Hacker helped thwart 300 cyberattacks

The Associated Press - founder Julian Assange. innocuous questions that
"I'm just doing what ... could be used to pin-
NEW YORK - A pro- I know how to do, and point their exact locations
lific computer hacker who . that is counter abuse," he and identities," court pa-
infiltrated the servers of said. pers said.
major corporations later Starting in early 2011 Monsegur also engaged
switched sides and helped . and using the alias Sabu, Hammond in online
the government disrupt Monsegur led an Anony- chats while Hammond
Shundreds of cyberat- mous splinter group called was in Chicago, the pa-
tacks on Congress, NASA Lulz Security, or LulzSec, pers said. As a result,
and other sensitive tar- which hacked computer "physical surveillance
gets, according to federal systems of Fox television, teams deployed in Chi-
prosecutors. Nintendo, PayPal and cago, and an electron-
New York prosecutors other businesses, stole pri- ic surveillance unit in
detailed the cooperation vate information and then Washington," they said.
of Hector Xavier Monse- bragged about it online. Hammond was sentenced
gur for the first time in The group was loosely af- last year to 10 years. in
court papers while asking filiated with Jeremy Ham- prison,
a judge to reward him with mond, the FBI's most Repqrts that Monsegur
leniency at his sentenc- wanted cybercriminal was cooperating made him
ing Tuesday. They credited whose stated objective was a pariahin theAnonymus
Monsegur with helping to cause mayhem with the movement, prosecutors
them cripple Anonymous, THEASSOCIATEDPRESSFILE attacks, prosecutors said. said. Hackers began post-
the notorious crew of In this 2012 photo, protestors wearing Guy Fawkes mask hold the logos of the international When FBI agents ing personal information
hacktivists who stole con- hacker group Anonymous during a demonstration against Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agree- showed up at his home about him, and he was
fidential information, de- ment in Budapest, Hungary. Citing his co-operation with the U.S. government in helping to in the summer of 2011, even approached on the
faced websites and tempo- prevent at least 300 computer hacks against targets in the United States, federal prosecutors Monsegur immediately street and threatened, they
rarily put some victims out will ask for leniency when'former hacker Hector Xavier Monsegur is sentenced in New York on agreed to cooperate, giv- said.
of business. Tuesday. ing the FBI a tutorial on Thehairassment"became
Working around the FBI estimates he helped cause of his cooperation, it or use it to pay his own the inner-workings and severe enough that the FBI
clock with FBI agents at detect at least 300 separate the sentence could be two bills. participants of LulzSec relocated Monsegur and
his side, Monsegur "pro- hacks, preventing millions years or lss. In a 2011 interview and Anonymous, pros- certain of his family mem-
vided, in real time, infor- of dollars in losses, they Court papers say Mon- .with an online magazine, ecutors said. Under their bers," they said.
mation about then-ongo- added. segur first began hacking Monsegur said he de- direction, he "convinced Monsegur's current
ing computer hacks and After his arrest and guilty in a Manhattan apartment cided to join forces with LulzSec members to pro- whereabouts arent public-
vulnerabilities in signifi- plea in 2011 : Monsegur in the early 2000s. His aim: Anonymous because vide him digital evidence ly known. One of his attor-
cant computer systems," faced more thain two. de- en was: to steal credit he was upset over the of the hacking activities" neys declined to comment
prosecutors wrote. The cades behind bars. But be- card infoimation, then sell arrest of WikiLeaks and "asked seemingly Monday.


Buffe's Experts: Mass murderers are hard to predict
sister works

one-on-one The Asociaed Press We can point to all the arrest, Loughner was diag-
warning signs we missed. nosed with schizophrenia.
GOLETA, Calif. - Colo- But they're yellow flags. On Sunday, several se-
tohelp rado movie theater shoot- They're not red flags un- curity guards stood watch
TheAssociatedPress er James Holmes. Sandy til blood is spilled," said outside the apartment
Hook school attacker James Alan Fox, a criminal building where Rodger
OMAHA, Neb. -When Adam Lanza. And now El- justice professor at North- lived. Memorials spinmg
Warren Buffett an- liot Rodger. eastern University who has up there, outside the soror-
nounced in 2006 that All were young loners written several books on ity house where two coeds
he would give away his with no criminal history mass murders. were shot nearby and at a
billions, he was flooded who went on shooting Before the killings, deli where a male student
with individual requests sprees, leaving devastated Rodger's mother became was shot.
for help that still flow in families in their wake. alarmed about bizarre vid- The university planned
today. Mass murderers tend to eos he posted and alerted a memorial Tuesday after-
Instead of tossing the have a history of pent-up authorities in April. But noon at Harder Stadium
letters aside, Buffett frustration and failures, Rodger was able to con- on the 21,685-student
packages them up and . re socially isolated and; vice deputies that he was campus to mourn and re-
sends them to his big sis- vengeful, blaming others not a.risk to himself or member theisix who were
ter Doris.With the help of for their unhappiness, ex- others - conditions that killed. The day's classes
seven women, her Sun- perts say. would have allowed them werecanceled.
shine Lady Foundation "They all display deluded to, take him into custody Garrett Schneider, a 22-
scrutinizes each request thinking and a lot of rage under California law. year-old student studying
to find people who have about feeling so marginal- Family friend Simon physical anthropology and
come upon bad luck ized," James Garbarino, a Astaire said Rodger was linguistics, was touched by
through no fault of their professor of psychology at THEASSOCIATEDPRESS very much a boy of soli- the tragedy, but he said he
own. Loyola University Chicago, A woman views a sidewalk memorial for Katie Cooper and rude" who spoke few won't view fellow students
"She just believes that said in an email. Veronica Weiss, two of the victims of a shooting rampage words. with more suspicion be-
a lot of people got short Since mass killings are by Elliott Rodger, outside the Delta Phi sorority house in the "At a Christmas party, cause of it.
straws in life, and she. rare, scholars say there's Isla Vista neighborhood of Goleta, Calif., Monday, May 26. Six I went out to get air and "I figure people like this
wants to help them," no way to predict who has people, all students at nearby University of California, Santa there he was standing are far and few between,"
Warren Buffett said. deadly intentions, let alone Barbara, were killed before Rodger was killed by gunfire in the alone. I apologized for dis- he said. "If you read his
It's rare for philanthro- who will reach a breaking 10-minute rampage Friday, May 23. turbing his peace, and he writing and look at his vid-
pists to respond to in- point and take action. said it was all right. I asked, eos, it's obvious that he's
dividual requests, , said Past violence is a clue, three male UCSB students Recent mass shootings 'How are you doing?' He far out there."
Northeastern University but in Rodger's case, po- in his apartment and involved young.men de- said,'I findthings difficult.'
professor Rebecca Ric- lice did not see him as a cruised around in his black scribed as loners who had I walked away thinking
cio, who teaches philan- threat to himself or oth- BMW firing at sorority girls trouble fitting in. I that he was very sad lonely FO R HIM
thropy and interviewed ers during a welfare check and strangers, he left a trail In July 2012; 24-year- boy," Astaire told The Asso-
the siblings last year. Buf- weeks before Friday of YouTube videos and a old Holmes opened fire ciated Press.
fett, 83, and his 86-year- night'srampage near the 140-page manifesto rant- at a midnight screening In his writings, Rodger
old sister worked out the University of California, ing against women and of a Batman film, killing said he had seen several
arrangement because Santa Barbara that left couples and lamenting his a dozen moviegoers. Five therapists throughout his
neither wanted to dis- six victims dead and 13 lackof a sexlife. months later, 20-year-old life, but it's unclear what
regard the requests, but injured. In his postings, Rodger, Lanza shot 20 first-graders he was being treated for.
Buffett also wanted to fo- Rodger died of an appar- a 22-year-old community and six educators at Sandy Experts say people with
cus on running Berkshire ent self-inflicted gunshot college student and son of Hook Elementary School mental illness generally
Hathaway. wound to the head after a Hollywood director, said in Connecticut. are not more violent than
"I think Warren and a shootout with deputies, he was a lonely and frus- Experts who study mass therest of the population. The Bulova Accutron
Doris do not have it in ending a night of terror tratedvirgin. murderers say the vast A rare exception was Jar- Calibrator
them to ignore those in this tight-knit seaside "I'm sexually attracted to majority of lonely and an- ed Loughner, who fatally The world's first automatic
letters," Riccio said. campus community as the girls. But girls are not sexu- gry people don't commit shot six people in Arizona timepiece that gives you
Warren Buffett sent semester drew to a close, ally attracted to me. And violence, which makes it in 2011 in an attack that the power to fine tune its
his sister $5 million ini- Pinpointing a mass killer there's a major problem difficult to know who will gravely injured Rep. Ga- accuracy.
tially to cover the cost "is not an exact science, with that- a major prob- snap. brielle Giffords. After his f asn
of responding to his let- We don't have a foolproof lem.That's a problemthatI
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Br DUSTIN KENT new spread up-tempo of-. gers taking the ball down to
dkent@jcfloridan.com fense might be capable of in the Graceville 12-yard line.
the fall. Two plays later; Quatre
The Marianna Bulldogs After a.quick three-and-out Couch took the ball in from
capped off an eventual spring on the first possession of the the 9-yard line to put the Bull-
season Saturday at home third quarter, Marianna got dogs up with :45 to play.
Sby hosting the first Jackson the offense in gearon its next After the Tigers first pos-
County Jamboree and came series, starting from its own session ended on a fumble
away with uneven results, 14-yard line and driving 86 at the Marianna 12-yard line,
beating Graceville 6-0 and yards on 12 plays for the first Graceville couldnt do much
losing to Sneads7-0. score of the period. with its last series and MHS
The Bulldogs played the Rising sophomore quarter- held onfor the win. JENNIFERBASFORFLORDAN
third and fourth quarters of backAntonWlliamscomplet- Eddie Myrick rushed fr 29 A Marianna receive isunable to come
the jamboree, taking on Ty ed 4 of 6 passes for yards yards on six carries for GHS, up with a pass at the Jackson County
SWise's Tigers first and show- and rushing for 12 yards with Jamboree Saturday at' Marianna High
ing glimpses of what their a 15-yard facemask on the Ti- See MHS, Page 6B School.



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Sneads' Chris Greene (5) stretches out for extrayardage against Cottondale during the Jackson County Jamboree Saturday at
Marianna High School.
SPiraties impess in victories over CS, M HS

: BY DUSTIN KENT It was a performance worthy of Hornets squad, scoring on its first two i
dkent@cfloridan.com praise, though coach Bill Thomas cau- possessions-both on touchdown runs
tioned that his players not get a false by AntwanDurn-to go up 14-0.
All four Jackson County football sense of achievementheading intothe Durn scored on runs of 5 and 1
teams took the field during Saturday's summe and fall sessions. yards and finished the quarter 52 yards
lackson County Jamboree at Marianna "It's good, but we can't get overcon- on five rushes.
High School, with the Sneads Pirates fident because we haven't done any- His first' TD came on a 4th-and-
after winning both of their quarters byt spring, but we have� to come out in 70-yard drive, with a 55-yard run by
a combined score of 21-0. the summer and fall and get better. Javarris Goodson setting, up Dum's
Sneads played the second and fourth We can't rest on this. If we get better second score on a three-play 78-yard
'of four quarters inthe jamboree, dis- in the summer and the fall, we've got a march.
patching the Cottondale Hornets 14-0 chance to be OK." The Pirates gained 196,total yards of
intheir firstuting and knocking off Sneads started with Cottondale and
Marianna 7-0 to close out the evening. made fairly easy workof a depleted See PIRATES, Page 6B



GHS/CHS ootball
Bell's pick-6 lifts igers pastrival Hornets


BY DUSTIN KENT moved the ball to the GHS 29-yard line to set
Fordkent@jcfloridan.com a final play, with Cottondale calling one
.last pass play to.try to win it.
The Graceville Ti gr got a prety dramatic BtBell stepped in front of Lipford's pass
.victory over the Cottondale Hornets in the to the left sidelire and scampered all the .
Jackson County Jamboree on Saturday at ay to the end zone as time expired
SMarianna High School, winning the first The Tigers and Hornets both lost their sec-
quarter on a 67-yard interception return for ond quarter of action, with Graceville falling
a touchdown by Deangelo Bell on the final to Marianna 6-0 and Cottondale to Sneads
play. 14-0.
The two county and district rivals led off Both GHS coach Ty Wise and CHS coach
the Jamboree by playing the first of four Tyler Addison said they found positives and
periods and played mostly to a stalemate negatives to take from the day.
through the first 11 minutes of action. "We've Worked hard and there were some
Graceville hit thefirst big play on a 33-yard positives today, but there were also some
completion by Preston Nichols on the sec- areas where we need to make corrections
ond play of the game, but the Tigers' drive before we playour next football game,"Wise
stalled out at the CHS 37;- said. "We made some mental mistakes out
GHS got to the Hornets' 38 on its next pos- there that affected the outcome."
session, but had a 4th-and-12 pass attempt For the Hornets, just getting enough play-
down the left sideline droppedthat would've ers together to play Saturdaywas a challenge
almost surely gone for a touchdown. in itself, with the team gutted by injuries and
The teams remained scoreless until Cot- low numbers in the spring.
JENNIFERBASFORD/FLORIDANI tondale's final possession when a 20-yard It was a pretty sluggish start with three
SGraceville defenders try to bring down a runbyDaMichaelFaulputtheHornetsinto penalties on the team's first three offensive
Cottondale ball-carrier during the Jackson Tiger territory with under a minute to play.
County Jamboree. A 6-yard completion by Justin Lipford See TIGERS, Page 6BL
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Ortiz, Red Sox end 10-game skid

TheAssociatedPress the win with a scoreless
sixth inning following a
ATLANTA - David Ortiz 1V2-hour rain delay.
homered and drove in four Chris Johnson singled
runs as the Boston Red Sox with one out in the ninth
ended their 10-game los- beforeKojiUeharacapped
ing streak, rallying from a his 10th save with Andrel-
five-run deficit to defeat ton Simmons' game-end-
the Atlanta Braves 8-6 on ing double-play grounder.
Monday. Uehara was Boston's sev-
The defending World Se- enth pitcher.
ries champions trailed 6-1 Buchholz began the day
after the fourth, with start- with an unsightly 6.32
er Clay Buchholz walking ERA, but even with his
a career-high eight in only poorstarthehadn'twalked
three-plus innings. more than three batters
But Ortiz tied it by hit- in a game. He couldn't THEASSOCIATED PRESS
ting a three-run homer off overcome unprecedented Boston Red Sox's Dustin Pedroia (15) throws to first base for
Ervin Santana in the fifth. control problems, as he the double play as Atlanta Braves' Justin Upton (8) slides into
WithRed Soxfans at Trner allowed six runs and four second base during the sixth inning Monday in Atlanta.
Fieldcchanting"Papi! Papi!" hits. fourth. Heyward walked It marked the third
the World Series MVP then Buchholz was wild from and scored on B.J. Upton's straight start Santana al- i
gave Boston the lead with the start. He walked leadoff double, and Justin Upton lowed at least five earned
abases-loaded sacrifice fly hitter Jason Heyward and and Simmons added RBI runs. He gave up five runs THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
off Ian Thomas (1-2) in the catcher A.J Pierzynski vis- singles. on six hits and three walks Pittsburgh Pirates left fielder Starling Marte (6) high fives
seventh. ited after a fist-pitch ball to As Boston's early defi- in five innings. third baseman Pedro Alvarez (24) after the Pirates beat the
Following pregame dec- the next hitter, BJ. Upton. cit grew, the frustration Following the rain delay, New York Mets Monday in New York.
larations of confidence Pitching coach Juan from its players became Thomas walked two bat- Sanca
from manager John Far- Nieves made his first walk more obvious. After his ters following an infield hit
rell and general manager to the mound when Bu- groundout in the fourth, .by Brock Holt, loading the
Ben Cherington, the Red chholz walked Freddie star Dustin Pedroia stalked bases. Ortiz drove in Holt ar
Sox came back to end their Freeman. around the dugout, shout- with a flyball to right field, for Wi overn ets
worst skid since an 11- Buchholz matched his ing in anger before slam- giving Boston a 7-6 lead.
game slide in 1994. season high of three walks ming his hand on the Pierzynski's single up the The Asspciated Press chat in the isitor's dugout.
The losing streak was in the second inning and bench. He seemed to be middle pushed the lead to Popular with fans in his
the-longest for a defend- added three walks in the upset about a ball-strike two runs. NEW YbRK - Gaby four-plus seasons before
ing World Series cha- Braves' three-run third. call earlier in the at-bat. Heyward led off the Sanchez tagged theMets being traded April 18, he
pion since the depleted Justin Upton had atwo-ru TheRed Sox ralliedwith eighth with a single to cen- again, hitting a tiebreak- went 0 for 2 with a walk.
1998 Marlins had two 11- ouble and Gerald Laird fiveruns inthefiftiagainst ter field off Andrew Miller ing single in the ninth Slumping Lucas Duda
game skids. had a run-scoring single Santana. Pedroia drove but slid past second base inning and a pinch-hit homered off Melancon to
Justin Upton drove in three off Buchholz's left foot. in two runs with a single trying for a double. He was homer in the eighth that start the ninth. The homer
runswithtwo hits forAtlanta. Buchholz didn't get out before Ortiz hit his tying tagged by Pedroia while started the Pittsburgh was the first offMelancon
Edward Mujica (2-1) got of Atlanta's three-run homer to left-center. reaching back for the bag. Pirates' 5-3, come-from- in 86 inniigs, since April
Woebehind victory over New 14,2013.
York on Monday. NewYork took a 2-0 lead'
on hits N th , Marin N Te ts announced in the fifth on Daniel Mur
n utN leading 1 H arlins' '
atonhi after the game that they phy's single Pittsburgh's
had fired hitting coach third error of the game
TheAssociated Press Dave Hudgens. They also. and a favorable review
cut reliever Jose Valverde, under the new home plate
WASHINGTON - who gave up Sanchez's collision rule.
Giancarlo Stanton once go-ahead hit. , But the Mets bullpen
again put on quite a show Sanchez upped his av- wasted afine start by Ja-
at Nationals Park. erage against the Mets to cob deGrom.
His latest effort keyed .324 and has 34 RBIS vs The25-year-olddeGrom
a rare Marlins win at NewYork, hisbests against pitched 6 2-3 scoreless in-
Washington. any NL team. He homered nings in his third career
Stanton hit his, NL-lead- off ScottRice while hitting start, allowing five hits. He
ing 15th home run and for Ike Davis, who as labored early but settled
also doubled andsingled making his return to Citi in to throw 122pitches.
in another power perfor- Field after being traded to Brandon Cumpton was
mance in the nation's cap- the Pirates in mid-April. recalled from Triple-A
ital, leading Miami over Vverde (1-1) was Indianapolis to take the
Washington 3-2 Moniday booed off the field after place of Wandy Rodri-
Stanton doibled and allowing pinch-hitter Jose g iez, who was designated
scored in the first inning, Tabata's tying single in the for assignment Thursday,
then launched a long two- eighth. Valverde returned and matched deGrom
run homer in third. forthe ninth and was even into the fifth.
"I don't know," Stan- worse. But, with the help of an
ton said. "There's certain With one out Neil Walk- umpire's review, NewYork
things you can't explain er singled and Andrew took the lead.
like that. It's just good it McCutchen walked. The Mets two-out rally
worked out today. But I Sanchezfouledoffafast- was started by - who
understand, that I do a THEASSOCIATEDPRESS ball, losing hold of the bat, else? - deGrom.rHe lined
little bit better here, but Miami Marlins' Giancarlo Stanton hits a double while wearing a red, white and blue arm sleeve which spun toward the Pi- a single to left field for
you can't' really attest it to during the first inning at Nationals Park on Memorial Day, Monday in Washington. rates dugout and hit a bat- his second hit of the day
anything." boy in the legs. The batboy and advanced when Juan
Stantonisbatting.333 (43 20-8 at home. They won fastball for the most part LaRoche ,said. "I feel we smiled and on-deck hitter Lagareskialked.
for 129) with 14 home runs for just the second time and get ahead strike one, just, we didn't give our- Russell Martin checked to A college shortstop, de-
and 27 RBIs inWashington their last 14 games at and then I was using my selves a ton of opportuni-' see ifhe was OK Grom is now 4 for 5 as a
since his career began in ,Washington. off-speed pitches," Eovaldi ties. Not sloppy, we didn't Sanchez then singled to big league batter.'
2010. He has homered at "They've had our num- said. beat ourselves min any left, scoring Walker.. Juan Murphy lined a single
Nationals Park more than ber for a while now," Stan- Adam LaRoche homered way, just weren't on base Centeno couldn't handle to right field and de-
any other visiting player ton said. "So it was great to for the Nationals. enough.!' Curtis Granderson's throw Gronm scored easily. Josh
during that time. start the series off (with a Tanner Roark (3-3) went Eovaldi left after hitting that bounced to the right Harrison's throw to third
"We need to come out win.)" seven innings. Nate McLouth with one of the plate and skit- skipped passed third'
with some momentum Nathan Eovaldi (4-2) Washington trailed" 3-0 out in the seventh. Mike tered past Valverde, who baseman Pedro Alvarez
and we were able to do pitched 6 1-3 innings, giv- and had only one hit be- Dunn retired pinch-hitter was backing up but way and Lagares scampered
that today," manager Mike ing up two runs and three fore Jayson Werth singled Tyler Moore and Denard too close to the catcher, home. The ball took a
Redmond said. "(Stanton) hits. Steve Cishek worked with one out in the sixth. Span, and reliever A.J. McCutchen scored on good bounce back to Al-
crushed that (homer) and theninth for his l1th save. LaRoche, in his second Ramos pitched a perfect Granderson's error for a .varez off the protective
had some great at-bats, Eovaldi earned his first game back from ,he dis- eighth. two-run lead. fence in front of the Pi-
and that's what it's going road win sihce Sept. 1, abled list, homered into "He gave us exactly what Martin added an RBI rates dugout and he'made
to take for us to win games 2013. He has won con- the second deck in right to we needed," Redmond double for Pittsburgh, aquickthrowhome.
on the road." secuitive starts for the first cut the deficit to 3-2. said.of'Eovaldi. "We need- which rebounded from Martin set up to the
The Marlins improved to time in his career. "Great to come back. ed him to get as deep in a loss to Washington on left of home plate but
7-17 on the road; they're "I was able locate the Frustrating game today," that game as he could." Sunday after a season- stuck his leg out, blocking
_ high four straight wins. Lagares' path before the
Tony. Watson (5-0) ball arrived.
pop, help rall Brew ers pO itched an inning for the 'Umpire Laz Diaz ini-
win. Mark'lMelancon got tially called Lagares out,
The Associated Press to win the game in the bot- Indians on Monday. his fifth homer, giving the Davis drew a warm re- Colliins asked crew chief
tom of the ninth. Jonathan Gillaspie went 4 for 4, White Sox a 3-1 lead. ception from the Memo- Jeff Nelson to review the
MILWAUKEE - Jona- Lucroy singled with one scored twice and drove in rial Day crowd of 29,309, play under new rule 7.13,
than Schoop hit two home out. Carlos Gomez bunted a run. He became the first Rangers 7, Twins 2 opposite of what he pre- covering collisions at the
runs and newly acquired and the throw from Hund- White Sox player to hit MINNEAPOLIS -After dicted during a pregame plate.
NickHundley singled in ley sailed into right field, three doubles in a single INE OI rc rg
the go-ahead run in the allowing Lucroy to advance game since Paul Konerko a rough first two innings
10th inning as the Balti- to third while Gomez end- on May 26, 2012, against NickTepesch settled down
more Orioles rallied past ed up at second. With Elian the Indians. and cruised through an-
the Milwaukee Brewers on Herrera pinch running for Viciedo connected in other quality outing to help
Monday. Lucroy, Mark Reynolds hit a the third inning against the Texas Rangers stay hot.
Down 6-4 with two outs soft line drive to short and Josh Tomlin as the White Tepesch won his second
in the ninth, the Orioles Herrera broke for home, Sox improved to 5-3 this consecutive start, Elvis
rallied of Milwaukee clos- leading to an easy double year against Cleveland. Andrzs an Chs Gi- b -
er Francisco Rodriguez. play. Mike Aviles, Michael menez each had two RBIs,
Schoop's second homer Khris Davis and Lyle Brantley and Ryan and the Rangers beat the
cut it to one. After pinch- Overbay hit back-to-back Raburn had two hits Minnesota Twins on Mon-
hitter DelmonYoung home runs in the sixth, apiece for the Indians, day afternoon.
singled, Nick Markakis hit Schoop's first homer who have dropped three Tepesch (2-0) gave up
a game-tying double. came in the seventh and of four. Brantley and both his runs in the first
With two outs in the made it 6-4. He came into Raburn each drove in a to innings before lasting
10th, J.J. Hardy doubled the game with just three run. 6 2-3. He struck out four
off Rob Wooten (1-2). 1 homers on the season. Cleveland third base- to win consecutive starts
He scored on a single by man Lonnie Chisenhall for the first time in his
Hundley. Darren O'Day White Sox 6, Indians 2 committed a costly error career.
- c in the third inning, al- "That's one of the things
(2-0) pitched a scoreless CHICAGO - Dayan lowing Marcus Semien that made me successful
inning of relief to get the Viciedo hit a three-run to reach. Gillaspie then today, to be able to put the '
win. Zach Britton pitched homer, Conor Gillaspie singled to put runners on first two innings behind
out of trouble in the 10th, collected four more hits first and second before me," Tepesch said. "Treat
to record his third save in and the Chicago White Viciedo drove a 1-2 pitch each inning as a new
three opportunities. Sox beat the Cleveland over the wall in left for inning."
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GEEA EN CAMPER & TRALERS FOR6SALE
Coachmen 2005 Mazda 2004 RX5 Dodge 2005 Caravan SXT: Top of the Line!
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DEPENDABLE, BUSINESS-MINDED, New, Never w/new tires, spark plugs GMC 1983 Vangard with zimmer package, must
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$17,500 334-687-7702 Nissan 2001 Maxima SE V-6 automatic, loaded, O
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& awning. King sz. bed in rear, excellent cond.
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and no pets, good condition, CLEAN. $46,000. rig. owner, 15K garage buy farm equipment, semi's, semi trailers.
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r - -- - - - - - - -,- --- Four Winds 2007 31.5 ft. 2-slides, automatic Vance & Hines exhaust, 2" We do not buy vehicels with current leins
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________________11_1111 _ _ ning lights, footboards, kick shifter, custom on
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new batteries w/ trickle Joey -at 334.714.9266. a - -Complete
chargers. Looks & runs la CALL 334-714-6285
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future! Start training TR N P RT IO m etd wr
or a new career in 2011 Harley Davidson Super Glide Custom RUning Or
FO TIS Medical Assisting, ___ __ __ __ cool blue pearl & vivid black, garage kept,
COLLEGE Medical Office Admin., 11K mi. _Driving lights, passenger backrest,
Pharmacy Technology, 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396, low original luggage rack, quick release windshield,
& HVAC! miles, 4 speed manual, $9500, klasyng4@outloo anit-theft system with/pager, cruise pegs, oil
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HOUSS[ S S-= UFR I Dothan Owner, 334-671-3059 NADA 5300, Sell . l a chr an pa, et- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
l' w b 8 $4295. tery, garage kept $10,500. n t IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY
Buick 1994 Roadmaster, limited, clean, 157K 334-701-8771CASE NUMBER.-173 CA
q 5 a 9 miles, blue, runs good, new tires & batery. IN RE: FORFEITUREOF:
* Austin Tyler & Co * $2900. 334-347-8003. Harley Dvidson Sporster One Thousand Three Hundred Fifty-Five
Quality Homes & Apartments Chrysler 2005 Pacifica: silver, leather package, 2006 XL1200R and N0/100 Dollars ($1,355.00)
4 850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com sun/moon roof, Infinity stereo with CD player, racing orange, Vance &
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" DVD, GPS, heated seats, clean CARFAX, new Hines - short shots, l NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PROCEEDINGS
- tires, 186k miles, one owner, garage kept, in Mustang saddle. 15K
BRAND NEW, Charming 3BR/2 BA brick home great cond. $6,200. 334-791-0384 miles, mint condition TO: ALL PERSONS WHO CLAIM AN INTEREST IN
Quiet, friendly neighborhood. Many upgrades, Corvette 2000 Convertible: $6200.334790-481. THE ABOVE-DESCRIBED PROPERTY, WHICH
wood & tile floors, stainless appliances, 1 acre, B b nt rir WAS SEIZED ON OR ABOUT MARCH 9,2014, IN
storage bldg. BEAUTIFUL! 850-573-8446. Blue, beie ineri, full MARIANNA, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA:
power, CD changer with
M* E S FO R 3HUD display. In excellent Chevorlet 2008 Equinox, black, exc. cond, Pow- Said property is in the custody of the City of
condition $19,500. Call 334-718-0937 er windows & locks. V6, Alum. wheels, 1-owner. Marianna Police Department. Any owner enti-
2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. Corvette 2013 Grand Sport 72K miles, $11,500. 334-792-0567. ty, bona fide lienholder, or person inposses-
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. 60th anniversary edition. sion of the property when seized, hasthe right
http://www.charloscountryliving.com. . Black ext. tan leather int. Ford 2006 to contest the Petition for Forfeiture by filing a
Only $57. to turn on power - 850-209-8847 . a Heads up display, heated Expedition Response with the Circuit Court within twenty
. 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes Appx. 11,000 miles automatic w/paddle shift. miles, video a copy of the Response sent to H. Matthew
in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 Bought last year for my wife and she is ready system, 2nd Fuqua, Attorney for the City of Marianna Police
for a SUV so its time for it to go. List price row captain, Department, at Post Office Box 1508, Marianna,
2B/2BA Mobile Home in Marianna area $66,800. Asking $52,900. Call 334-268-3900. sunroof, towing pkg. $9,000, 334-740-0525 Florida 32447. A Petition for Final Order of For-
CH&A, water sewage No Pets or Smoking, feiture has been filed in the above styled
Ref. Req., Very Private, 1st. & last $500. mo. i K S S caus
Call 850-482-8333 $99. RIDE TODAY Call for Details Chevy 2013
_all ___-482-333__Repo passbankruptcy Silverado LT, /s/ H. MATTHEW FUQUA
3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. SLOW CREDIT OK - SSI & VA OK 6,000k miles, 2 Bondurant & Fuqua, P. A.
NO PETS. CH&A. 4 Call Steve Pop 334-803-9550 wh.dr.,fully 4450 Lafayette Street (32446)
Starting at $500 per month loaded, white, Post Office Box 1508
Call 850-258-1594 extended cab, WAS $33,900 REDUCED TO Marianna, Florida 32447
If no answer please leave message. Honda 2012 Civic, 4 door, under warranty, like $28,500 334-687-7702 850-526-2263
Ifnew $200 down $249 per month.Call Ron Ellis mfuqua@bffloridalaw.com
334-714-0028. Ford 2012 Ranger XLT, XCab, fully equipped, Florida Bar No. 0451101
Small 2 bedroomi bath $350. mo. Sneads Mazda 2009 RX8: red, one onwer, 41k miles, like knew. $200 down, $249 per month. Call ATTORNEY FOR CITY OF MARIANNA
S 4 850.57 3430 n $12,700 Call 334-393-1440 Steve 334-791-8243 POLICE DEPARTMENT

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+/- total payment. Lovely wooded lot overlook- :LICENSED AND INSURED
ing Cypress Pond. 1.5 acres w 4/2 Brick. Fruit " . T
trees/pecans. Off Eddins Rd. Easy drive to Med "Beautification of Your Home" * Tree Removal * Tree.Trimming IA S I
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on 5 acres with all furniture, even down to
glassware & linens. ESTATE SALE at B - B a
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6.5% interest, 10 yearcontract ras Jones x Phillipe Lizotte The Bo &TA G C Shop
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Ranger 1988 454V, - . CALL
150 hp Black Max Dozer and Excavation Work 2. PLACE YOUR AD
Mercury, live wells, Ponds - Road Building - Demolition 3. GET RESULTS
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$4,500 334-695-4780 Fire Line Plowing - Burnifig -
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S 1995 Mercury 135 HP on �.New Homes & Room Additions � Flooring FARM ERS .Thurs, Sat
Galvanized Trailer. Trolling * Painting Siding Kitchen & Bathroom Upgrades
motor and GPS. $5,900 * Custom CeramicShowerSpecialist Porches M ARKET 7am-noon
Eufaua, Call 334-695-1117. * Pole Barns * Concrete Driveways * Sidewalks & Slabs : Now featuring Panhandle artists & crofters every Saturday
SunTracker Regency Edition 2011 ,25 ft. XP3 PEEULic# RR 2822811487. INSURED
party barge pontoon,ski tower, 150hp, Mercury 850-573-1880__
- -max engine, still under manufacture warr, TRIIPLE ,"
dual axle Tracker trailer, comes with all you
need to get on the water. Beautiful boat, must I I -. -
see, selling at blue book value. 334-763-9124 R
STELEVISION REPAIR *ALL YOUR ROOFING NEEDS*
W2e dan e 5haWhe DOTHAN ELECTRONIC SERVICE * Metal * Shingles * Flat Roofs * Insured
2006 Mountaineer 5th Wheel LC RCZ6CI: RC ,
- Completely furnished. 32 Repairing All Types of TVs Sirnce 1970 850-573-1880
ft. 3 slides, 2 ACf e. Excellent 850.526.1700 Servin Jackson and Surrounding Counties
condition. one owner. Hours: Mon-Fri 7-5 o Sat 7-1 Save money by repairing instead of replacing.
Stored @ Emerald Coast RV 2978 Pierce Street * (behind Tim's Filorist) Mfg authorized for most nome brands. -
SResort in Panama City. DLP lamps in stock:
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French Open


Australian champ Wawrinka stunned

The Associated Press in the first round at Roland - reached his first major thatyet another seasonwill
Garros with a 6-4, 5-7, 6- semifinal in New York last pass without one man win-
PARIS - The positive 2, 6-0 loss to 41st-ranked September, beating de- ning both the Australian
vibes andbig-dealvictories Guillermo Garcia-Lopez of fending champion Andy Open and French Open;
began for Stan Wawrinka at Spain. Murraybefore losing a five- Jim Courier was the last to
last year's U.S. Open, back "The match wasn't good setter to Djokovic. Then, accomplish that double, in
whenhestillwentby"Stan- at all," Wawrinka said. "I at Melbourne in January, 1992.
islas," and picked up steam don't have an answer why I Wawrinka topped Nadal in Nadal and Djokovic,
at this year's Australian didn't play that good." the Australian Open final, meanwhile, looked very
Open, where he earned the He is the first Australian Boosting his clay-court much like the top two
right to forever be called Open champ to exit in the bona fides heading to seeds.
"major champion." first round of that year's Paris, Wawrinka defeated When No. 2 Djokovic's
Andyetallofthat seemed French Open since Petr Federer in th'e final at the first-round victory in the
so far away late Monday Korda in 1998. Monte Carlo Masters. main stadium was inter-
at the French Open as Garcia-Lopez has never While he's never been rupted late in the second
dusk approached - and beeripastthethirdroundat beyond the quarterfinals set by one of the passing
defeat became appar- a Grand Slam tournament. at the French Open, he showersthatmadeMonday
ent - in Wawrinka's first During a pre-tourna- seemed primed to perhaps a stop-and-start affair, he
Grand Slam match since ment news conference make a run to the semifi- pulled a white windbreak-
winning his first major Friday, Wawrinka spoke nals this time, where Nadal er over his head, plopped
title. about deriving confidence might have awaited. down on his changeover
Surprisingly, Wawrinka from his recent spate of But instead, Wawrinka bench, and invited a ball
looked listless. More stun- success, saying: "When lost in the first round in boy to sit, too. Djokovic
ningly, he looked very little I'm here now, I know that I Paris for the first time since lightened the kid's load by
like a guy who was seeded can gofar. I have.donethat 2006, when he was only offering to hold a green
No. 3 behind Rafael Nadal before." 21. and brown tournament
and Novak Djokovic and .Yes, he had. Consider his Wawrinka-who recent- umbrella, exchanging it
proclaimed himself "one past eight months. ly told the ATP he'd rather for a racket. Then Djokov-
of the favorites" just a few Wawrinka - long in the gobytheshortenedversion ic handed over a Perrier,
days earlier. In by far the shadow of Roger Federer, of his first name - finished grabbed his own orange- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
biggest development of his Swiss Davis Cup and with 61 unforced errors, 33 colored drink, and the pair Switzerland's Stanislas Wawrinka (right) greets Guillermo
the tournament's first two Olympic teammate, not more than Garcia-Lopez. clinked bottles, sipped, Garcia-Lopez after losing the first round match of the French
days, Wawrinka bowed out to mention good friend Wawrinka's. loss means then had a conversation. Open tournament in four sets at the Roland Garro#stadium.


Auto Racing


Johnson ends drought

The Associated Press more of a premium on Few had done that bet-
wins over the steadiness ter when it counts than
CONCORD, N.C. - of points racing. That's Johnson. He's collected
Jimmie Johnson's run at led to a flurry of drivers 14 Chase victories in his
another Sprint Cup title is taking the checkered flag six title runs, including a
on and could bring him a - 10 of them through 12 pair last season that led
piece of NASCAR history. races - all gleefully cel- him to title No. 6. It's a
Johnson's victory in the ebrating their near-as- recipe, combined with
Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday sured spot in the 10-race the No. 48s typically solid
night all but locked him championship run at the performance, Johnson
into the new, expanded end. was certain would prevail
championship Chase Johnson had been on no matter how many out-
format. If the 38-year- the outside of that until side the race shop raised
old Johnson pulls it off, his record-breaking sev- questions.
it'll be his seventh series enth career win at Char- "Of course, we want
crown to tie the NASCAR lotte Motor Speedway. He to win early and often,"
mark shared by Richard outlasted second-place Johnson said. "But we
R ASSOCIATED PRESS Petty and the late Dale Kevin Harvick and Matt were holding steady in
Ryan Hunter-Reay takes the lead from Helio Castroneves on the white flag lap during the Earnhardt. Kenseth in third to pick championship points In
Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis Sunday. NASCAR leaders up his fourth victory all- my opinion, I don't be-

moei STw in qualifying, putting race. ferent winners.
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - view mirror. He nipped finally got to drink the cel-
Ryan Hunter-Reay peeked him at the line by less than ebratory milk in his sev- The Associated Press but a faulty engine that 907 miles in his quest to
around Helio Castroneves, half a car length, denying enth try. left his No. 41 Chevrolet a join Tony Stewart as the
then reversed course and his Brazilian rival a chance He beat Castroneves by CONCORD, N.C.--Kurt smoky, steaming mess. only other driver to com-
dipped inside for a dare at history Sunday and be- just 0.060 seconds - only Busch's moonlighting gig Months spent training plete the back-to-back
devil pass and the lead in coming the first American the 1992 race had a closer at Indy was a smashing lik a cadet and criss-, races. "The Double" has
the Indianapolis 500. in eight years to win the finish when Al Unser Jr. success. His day job in crossing the countryfor been attempted by just
Castroneves charged Indy 500. beat Scott Goodyear by NASCAR was a bust cour- the doubleheader ended three drivers, the last
back to the front, winning "The Greatest Spectacle 0.043 seconds. tesy of a blown engine, in an empty garage at being Robby Gordon in
a drag race down the front- in Racing" had lived up to "I'm a proud American sending his bid to, com- Charlotte Motor Speed- 2004. Only Stewart in
stretchatIndianapolisMo- its nickname. boy, that's for sure," Hunt- plete "The Double" up in way. His race came to a 2001 successfully com-
tor Speedway. And then, in "This race was ridicu- er-Reay said in Victory smoke. halt about six hours after pleted the two races, fin-
a stirring wheel-to-wheel lously close and competi- Lane before he was joined Busch was game for Busch starred in India- ishing sixth at Indy and
battle between a pair of tive," Hunter-Reay said. by his wife and son. "I've completing all 1,100 napolis, driving his back- third at Charlotte Motor
bright yellow cars, Hunter- "Just glad I picked the right watched this race since I miles of the Indianapolis up car to a sensational Speedway.
Reay seized the lead once time to go." was sitting in diapers on 500 and Coca-Cola 600 in sixth-place finish Busch qualified 28th
more Sunday as the driv- Thefinish was well worth the floor in front, of the the same day. His desire "I can't let what hap- for the Coca-Cola 600 but
ershurtled acrossthe Yard the wait- to thefanswho TV. My son did it today. willing but his car parts pened here dampen the had to start the 400-lap
of Bricks with a single, 2.5- watched 150 laps of cau- He watched me here. I'm weak, Busch's run at rac- mood on what happened race at the rear ofthe field
mile lap remaining. tion-free racing, to the thrilled. This is Americari ing history ended late up in Indianapolis," he because he didn't make
With nobody in front of drivers who bided their history, this race. This is Suhdaynightnotbecause said. it to the track in time for
him,- Hunter-Reay used timeunsure of when they American tradition." of a wreck or weather, Busch completed about the driver's meeting.
I can show any listing'... not just mine!
SMn S The Bulldogs moved but/the game was quickly to tell guys to put a full CC o
H into Sneads territory on put on ice when Alphonso game into 12 minutes," he
its first possession after a Brown intercepted a Wil- said. "Unfortunately, that's
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with Shaquarious Baker .liams and a 12-yard run by Of the field and returned it take home from it. There's emccoy02@yahoo.com
going for 24 yards on five Jaeden Harley got it to the to theBulldogs' 5-yard line a lot of pride involved. But Ohflud c C entury 21 Sunny
carries to lead the SHS 30. with 14.8 seconds to play I'm satisfied with my team. m.tR 463 u 9 Meare, FL
Bulldogs. But the drive stalled out, Despite the loss,Marian- I thought they did a good www.emccoyrealty.com
Marianna's offense didn't and the Pirates took over na coach Mark Beach said job. Running the tempo
have many chances in the at their own 32 up 7-0 with he was mostly pleased with and pace (offense) takes a -
loss to Sneads, withthe Pi- 4:09 to play what he saw, especially lot of practices and it's more
rates chewing up half the After a pair of first downs, considering that the team effective (in a four-quarter
quarter on their first pos- turned the ballback overto has installed a brand-new game), which is why we're
session and 9:42 of the pe- Marianna at its own 8-yard offense in the spring. running it. But we'll be OK.
riod in total. line with 26.8 seconds left, "It's a quarter, so it's hard We'll get there."


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to the Bulldogs at their but Thomas gave much of i ersorrecon
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seconds to play. to a revamped offensive
offense in the period, with Brown then made the line that has made steady plays, but all things con-
Goodson adding 72 yards game-clinching play by progress throughout the sidered, Cottondale gave a
on three carries, intercepting a deep pass spring. decent account for itself.
Against Marianna, by Marianna's Anton Wil- "Our goal in the spring "Wehadamentalmistake We Specialize in Quality Medical & Surgical
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the Pirates got it back with While both backs clean it up over the sum- passes for 60 yards, while CLINIC
4:09 to playand picked up showed the burst and ex- mer. But I thought the of- Faulk led the Hornets
two more first downs on plosiveness that allowed fensive line did a pretty with 20 yards on three
Jruns by Durn before even- them to combine for over good job." . carries.
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