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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title: Sunday Floridan
Portion of title: Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 2012
Publication Date: 06/05/2012
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates: 30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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School Board


transfers principals


Approves new hire

BY LAUREN DELGADO
Idelgado@jcfloridan.com
The Jackson County School Board ap-
proved a number of transfers and a new
hire amongst its principal and assistant
principal positions for the 2012-13 school


year at its meeting on Friday.
Eddie Ellis, currently an assistant prin-
cipal at Marianna Middle School, will
replace Dr. Gayle Westbrook, the cur-
rent principal at MMS. Westbrook will be
leaving around FCAT season next year,
so a new position was created for Ellis
to be the acting principal at the school
and ease the transition for students and

See BOARD. Page 7A


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During an occasionally heated Jackson County School Board meeting Friday morning, new
principals and assistant principals were assigned to several schools.


Woman


remembers


battle with


breast cancer

BYLAUREN DELGADO-
S Idelgado@jcfloridan.com
E lizabeth Saunders, a retired
educator for the Jackson County
School System for 40 years,
said her father gave her two pieces of
advice when she was graduating from
high school. He advised
her to get a degree and
live a Christian life.
"Igrew up poor," Saun-
ders said. "One thing m%
parents had was a devout
faith in God."
SSnders he followed his ad-
\ice, obtaining her bach-
elors, masters, specialist and doctorate
degrees from Florida State University.
She also continuously develops her
relationship with God, turning to Him
for major advice on any decision.
Saunders said this relationship with
God has saved her life on numerous
Occasions, in particular, her battle with
breast cancer. Saunders recalled this
story for this Sunday, National Cancer
Su rvivo rs Day, a celebration of anyone
living with a history of cancer.
It was a regular day in October 2004
When Saunders
woke up and felt
God was telling
"Ifeel like hefto get a mam-
that's why God mogram that
a owedmeto day. Saunders'
yearly mammogram
live. o share wasn't due until
this story. December; so she
ItgivesHim ignored the feel-
", ing. Sh continued
glory" with her day for
Elizabeth Saunders, about two hours
Cancer survivor before caving to the
feeling,,
"I was just trying to follow and obey
God," Saunders said;
She called her hospital and after 30
minutes of persistence, the staff agreed
to allow her to, have a mammogram if
she paid for it and obtained a referral
from her gynecologist.
"It was like the Holy Spirit said don't
take no;" Saunders said.
Her gynecologist.didn't find any
lumps and questioned Saunders for .
her insistence. Saunders said she sim-
ply asked, 'Are you a Christian?" When
he replied he was, she shared her story
and he acquiesced to the referral.
She had her mammogram, and the
next day the hospital called. A mass
had been found in her left breast. Tests
showed the mass was malignant but
non invasive. Her gynecologist sched-
uled an appointment with a surgeon
and told her the surgeon would be able
to just take out the lump and not the
whole breast.
See CANCER, Page 7A


MALONEB MARIANNA

SENIORS CELEBRATE GRADUATION
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L auryl Clark smiles at someone in the crowd Thursday night during the Malone High School
Graduation. This year's class had 37 graduates. To see more photos from the Malone High
School and Marianna High School graduations, go to pages 10A and 11A.


L aQueesha Davis, Nicole Basford and Rodney Elder pose for a cellphone photo before the
Marianna High School Graduation Ceremony.
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Telephone: 850-5.26-3614
FAX: 550.452.447S
Email: editorial@jcfloridarn.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 nCntitutior Lane .
Mariannar FL 3244-16
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HOWTO GETYOUR
NEWS PUBLISHED
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news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via email, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement,
anniversary and birth announcements.
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right to edit all submissions.
GETTING IT RIGHT
Chipola College's Underclassmen
and Unsigned Senior Baseball
Showcase is June 16. The May 31
article erroneously stated it will be
held June 13.


Community Calendar


TODAY
n Monthly Breakfast 7 a.m. in the New Easter
Missionary Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, Hope
Avenue, Graceville. The New Easter Breakfast Club
welcomes guest speaker Sherry A. Brown, CFC,
Jac s on County Tax Collector. Public welcome.
) Piano Recital 2 p.m. at Chipola College,
McLendon Fine Arts Building, room H-108, featuring
Chipola alumnus John Callahan. Call 718-2257.
) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
- 6:30 p.m. at 4349 W L layette St. in Mananna
(in one-story building behind 4351 W Lafayette St)
Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

SMONDAY:JUNE 4 "
Orientation 10:30 a mn. l 1:30 p m. at the
Marianna Goodwill Career Training Center. 4742
Highway 90 in Mararirna. Register tor free lob place-
ment and C.:.mpullt-r rr.,irinin liarrn abuiu.t Irvi : e, .
Call 526-01] :?.
) AARP Board of Directors Meeting 1:30'
p.m. at a nerw location: Jackson County Chamber-
of Comnierce rusP House. second tloor ian use
elevator), in Marianra.
) City of Jacob Council Meeting 6 p.m. Public
welcome.
Free MAPP Training Class 6 to 9 p m. at Life
Management Center. 4403 Jackson St.. Marianna.
State-required class is for those lool'ing to become
licensed foster parents. Call 350-522-4485, e t.
8404.
i Writers Group Meeting 6 p'.m at the Chipley
Library. All writer; welcome including beginners, -
Dublished or unpubl:lhied
) Woodmen of the World Lodge 65 Meeting
- 6:30 p.m. at the Dellwood Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment. All'members, bring a friend for pizza and
music
n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8
to 9 p.m. in the AA room oii First United Methodist
Church. 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.

TUESDAY, JUNE 5
a Marianna City Farmers' Market Oper at 7
a;m. in Madr'.on Street PFar.
n Cancer Survivor Beauty and Support Day
Chipola College Cosrneto log' o fers complinen.
tary ciosmetologv services tor canrcer survivor and
those living with cancer C all 716-2439
Free Basic Computer Class (Part 1) -11 a.m.
to 3 p.m.at the Goodwill Career Training Center,
4742 Highway 90 in Marianna. Part 2 will be June 12


Call 526-0139.
n Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting
- Noon at Jim's Buffet &'Grill in Marianna.
) Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senioi
SCitizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call
482-5028.
a Town of Sneads Council Meeting 6 p.m. in
the Sneads City HallCouncil room, 2028 Third Ave.
This is a rescheduled regular Council meeting. Call
593-6636.
) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8
to 9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6
a Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse hours: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
n Job Club 10?0 a.m. to 1i30 p m. at the Marin
anna:Goodwill Career Training Center. 4742 HigrhVw
90 in Marianna. Learn job seeking/retention skills.
Call 526-0139.
n Early Learning Coalition of NW Fla. Executive
Committee Meeting 11a.rn at the Coalition Pe-
g onal Orice Three. 70.. W. 15th St., Suite A, Panam';
Cilt. Call bb866-269 6-.3C2.
n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noion
to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church. 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna
) Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees Building
and Grounds Committee Meeting 5-30 p.m. in
the hospital classroom. Call 718-2629.

THURSDAY, JUNE 7
a Marianna City Farmers' Market Open at 7
a.m. in Madison Street Park.
) William Dunaway Chapter, Fla. Society, SAR
Meeting 6:30 p.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill in
Marianna. Robert Ivey; Chipola College Ameri-
can history professor; will discuss "The Florida
territory's Involvement in the American Pevolu-
Stion:'n Anyonre interested rin SAR is welcome. Call
594-6664.
) Orientation -12-30 to 3:30 p.m at the Mari-
anna Goodwill Career Training Center. 4742 Highwa!
90 in M.rnann. Register for free job placement
and computer training. learn about services Call
526-0139
S) Free EFM Workshop 1 30 to 2:30 p m at the
Marianna One Stop Career Center Call 718-0326.
Free Resume Workshop -3 to 4 p.m. at the
Marianna One Stop Career Center. Call 18-0326.
n Free "Know Your Rights" Workshop 4to 5


p.m. at the Marianna One Stop Career Center. Call
,718-0326.
Free Yoga Class 5:30 p.m. at Chipola Fitness
r Center, 4230 Lafayette St. in Marianna. Mat provid-
ed. Part of the Jackson County Health Department's
S"Closing the Gap" program. Call 482-6221.
) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8
to 9 p.m.,First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale-
donia St., Marianna, inthe AA room. Attendance
limited to persons.with a desire to stop drinking.

FRIDAY,JUNE8
Ribbon Cutting/Grand opening -1 0a.m.
at the new location of Wiregrass Federal Credit
Union: 4695 Highway 90 East'(next to Burger King).
Marianna. Jackson County Chamber'of Commerce
will conduct a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Public
Welcome Call 432-3060 or 482-4649.
a Free Computer Basics Workshop -11 a.m. to
Y noon atthe Marianna One Stop Career Center. Call
718-0326.
a Free Dealing with Difficult Customers
Workshop 1:30 to 2.30 p mr. at the Mar1anna One
Stop Career Center. Call 718-0326.
a Free Spanish II Workshop 3 to 4 p.m. at the
Marianna One Stop Career Center. Call 718-0326.
) Third annual Partners for Pets Spaghetti
Dinner Fundraiser 4 to 8 p.m. at the shelter:
4011 Maintenance Drive in Marianna. Plates ($5
each) of spaghetti, bread, dessert and drink served
under tents outside (limited indoor seating avail-
able). Takeout available. Buy tickets at the door
or at the shelter in advance (door prizes drawn
from stubs). Proceeds help keep the no-kill animal
shelter up and running. Call 482-4570.
Panhandle Watermelon Festival Pageant
6:30 p.m. June.8-9 at the Washington County Ag
Center, 1424 Jackson Ave: in Chipley. Contestants.'
age infant to 7 compete in six categories. Admis-
sion: $5 (children 3 and younger: free). Proceeds
benefit the festival. Call 263-4744.
) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna.Adult,
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
y hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856 or 573-1131.
n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8
.to 9 p.m. irqthe AA room.of First United Methodist
Church, 2901Caledonia St. in Marianna;

SATURDAY, JUNE 9
n Marianna City Farmers' Market Open at 7
a.m. in Madison Street Park.


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MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police Depart-
men: listed the following ifnci-
dents for May
31, the latest ,....
available report: .
Three accidents RlM EF
with no injuries, ..- -
one abandoned
vehicle, one reckless driver, four
.suspicious people, two verbal
disturbances, one burglary
alarm, 25 traffic stops, one
larceny complaint, one tres-
passing complaint, two animal
complaints and three public
service calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFFS OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's


Office and county fire/rescue
report rted the following incidents
for May 30, the latest available
report. (Some Qfthese calls
maybe related to after-hours
Calls taken on behalf of Gracesv-
ille and Cottondale police
departments): One abandoned
vehicle, one suspicious vehicle,
one verbal disturbance, one fire
complaint, two medical calls,
one fire alarm, one traffic stop,
two larceny complaints, one
criminal mischief complaint,
one found/abandoned property
report, one animal complaint,
one child abuse complaint and
three transports.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were


booked into the county jail dur-
ing the latest reporting periods:
,) Markquis McDonald, 25,
3963 Sy vania Plantation Road,
Greenwood, driving while
license suspended or revoked
habitual, hold for Palm Beach
County.
a Kendrell Brown, 34, 2848
Leland Road, Marianna, DUI,
resisting arrest with vio-
lence, resisting arrest without
violence.
S) Tonya Pullen, 23, 497 Linden
Avenue, South Lehigh Acres,
Fla., non child support.
) Tavoris Bruton, 33, 7438
Butler Road, Sneads, filing false
police report.
) Darryl Garland, 20,4076 Mc-
Crary Drive, Marianna, no valid
drivers license.
) Timothy McDonald, 43, 5395


15th St., Malone, 3 counts
of grand theft, burglary of a
structure.
a Charles Eldridge, 22, 1659
M.C. Carnley Road, Bonifay,
failure.to appear.
n Clay Alday, 24,5154 Abel
Lane, Marianna, false imprison-
ment, domestic battery, driving
while license suspended or
revoked.
) Miguel Arana, 31, 224 Secu-
rity Circle Ococee, Fla., driving
without a drivers license.

JAIL POPULATION: 231


.. To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
agency.
To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
404-FWCC (3922).


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Dear Dewey


Have a question for the JC


Public Library? Just ask Dewey


D ear Dewey is designed
to help information flow
to and from the Jackson
County Public Libraries (JCPL) in
Marianna and Graceville. If you
have ever wanted to ask a question
about JCPL, how to find the books
you want, what library plans might
be on the horizon, or anything
else, this is a new way to ask and
discover!
Dewey wants to hear from you!
If you have library or information
access questions, all you have to
do is ask. Send your questions to:
library@jacksoncountyfl.com and
Dewey willrespond.
Dear Dewey,
Is it really alright if I use the
outside book drops when I return
my books? If I drop them off after
the library closes at night, and my
books are due that day, will they be
considered overdue?
Ms. S. in Marianna

Dear Ms. S.,
It is absolutely A-OK for you to
use the book drops when returning
your books. The Marianna Branch
has two book drops: one in front
of the building on Green Street
next to the entrance doors and the
other in the back parking lot on
Caldonia Street that can be reached
without getting out of your car. In
Graceville, the book drop is located
in front of the building. These book
drops are there for your conve-
nience and we check them three
to four times a day. If you drop a
book off after library hours on the
date it is due, it will not be checked


in until the next day and would be
considered overdue. So, it is best if
Syou get those books into us at the
front service desk before the library
closes. The book drops are safe
.and secure and we-hope they make
things just a little easier for you and
all our patrons.

Dear Dewey,
My neighbor. told me you have
movies on DVD and CD recordings
of books available. I didn't know
that. Do you have a large selection,
and are there, any special rules for
checking them out?
Mr. G. in Cottoridale

SDear Mr. G.,
We sure do. We have a nice selec-
tion of movies on DVD andVHS
and audio recordings of books
on CD and cassette tape. Just like
all our circulating items, you are
allowed to check out up to seven
items at any given time and keep
them for up to 21 days. Our audio
Books include many popular
authors and include both fiction
and non-fiction titles. OurDVD's
.include classics such.as "12 Angry
Men" and "The Grapes of Wrath";
More recent movies such as "Close
Encounters of the Third Kind" and


S.Births


Joshua Williams Jr. was
born at 8:29 p.m. on April
10, 2012, at Southeast
Alabama Medical Women's
Center in Dothan, Ala.
He weighed 5 pounds,
13 ounces and was 181
inches long at birth.
His parents are Kimbra
and Joshua Williams Sr.
Grandparents are Ber-
nice and the Rev. David
Britt of Cottondale, Mae
Ola Mount of Malone, and
Auretta and PercyWilliams

Mayson Lee Sourbeck
was born at 11:57 p.m.
at Jackson Hospital in
Marianna. He weighed 7
pounds, 6 ounces and was
20 inches long at birth.
His parents are Candice
Brogdon and Matthevw
Sourbeck- -
Grandparents are
Michelle Brogdon of
Sneads, and Mindy King of
Marianna.


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"Click"; television series such as
"Bonanza" and "The Avengers";
children's titles such as "Harry
Potter" and "Dora the Explorer";
international films; and non-fiction-
selections such as documentaries
from the History Channel. We
continue to add to our collection,
and always appreciate donations of
DVDs or CDs from our patrons.

Dear Dewey,
I am so frustrated. I've been to the
library five times, trying to check
out "The Hunger Games" and I can
never find it! Why don't you have
that book?
Ms. T. in Grand Ridge

Dear Ms.T.,
We are sure sorry you are having ,
trouble getting the book you want.
That sometimes happens with
popular titles even if we have two
or three copies. The book comes
in and is checked out again on the
same day by another patron. We
call it "flying off the shelf," and we
love to see books used and enjoyed
so frequently. Still, we understand
your frustration so we offer a
service to help. Next time you are
in the library, ask for a "hold" to
be put on the book. You simply fill
out a form with your request and
your contact information. When
that book comes in, we wil let you
know and hold it for you. Of course,
if others have requested that book
before you, you still may have a
wait before it becomes available to
you, but you will not make an
unnecessary trip.


Jay'Cee Aleyce Dudley
was born at 10:08 p.m. on
May 25, 2012, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
She weighed 7 pounds,
7.2 ounces and was 19
inches long at birth.
Her parents are Ra-
mona Smith and Jarrien
Dudley.
Paternal grandpar-
ents are Wendy Dudley
and Monroe Rhynes of
Greenwood.
Maternal grandparents
are Mary and Raymond

Malayia La'Noria Garrett
was born at 1:05 a.m. on
May 25, 2012, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
She weighed 8 pounds,
6 ounces and was 19.5 :
inches long at birth.
, Her parents are Ciera
Garrett and Tony Godwin.
Grandparents are
Elmore and Cynthia
Garrett.


Smith of Malone.


With her seven children,
other family members
and friends by her side,
Irene Williford of Sneads
celebrated her 88th birth-
day on May 6, 2012, atthe
home of her son', Joe and
JudyWilliford in Altha.
Over 100 attended the
joyous occasion. Smoked
chicken and Boston butt
were served, along with
many dishes brought by
guests.
Irene's children are Ev-
elyn Suber (J.D.) of Grand,
Ridge, WilliamWilliford
(Nora) of Alford, JackWil-
liford (Joyce) of Sneqds,
Joe Wlliford (Judy) of ,
Altha, ShirleyViers (Steve).
of Chipley, -Johnny Wii-
ford (Judy) of Sneads, and
Linda Benton (Roland) of
Dellwood.


3rd birthday
NyMiracle Allenasya
White of Marianna cel-
ebrated her third birthday
on May 20,2012.
She is the daughter of
TameekaWhite and Frank
White Jr. of Marianna.
Grandparents are
Marilyn Thomas and
TroyWilliams of Mari-
anna, and Sharon Godwin
and Frankie White Sr. of
Greenwood.
A princess-themed party
was held May 20, from 3-5
p.m. at Pizza Hut. Friends
and family joined her for


Melvin,
April Worley and
Christopher Melvin, along
with their parents are pleased
to announce their upcoming
marriage. April is the daughter
of .Lisa Worley and David
Cutchen of Altha, and Richard
Burke of Scotts Ferry.
Christopher. is the son of John
and Lolita Melvin of Alford.
* Grandparents of the bride
are Linda and Earl Hunt of
Altha. Grandparents of the
groom are Elbert and the late
Carol Woods of Alford.
April is a graduate of Altha


Worley
High School. She graduated
from Gulf Coast Stafe College
in 2011 with an Associate in
Science of Dental Hygiene
.and is currently employed asa.
Dental Hygienist in Lynn
Haven.
Christopher is a graduate of
Cottondale High School and is
currently employed with
Melvin and Son's Tank
Maintenance.
The wedding will take place
Saturday, June 9, 2012.
Reception will follow.


State Brief


Woman dies of likely
carbon monoxide
MIAMI LAKES Ail-,,
thorities say an elderly
Miami Lakes woman died
and her sister is in criti-
cal condition after a car
was left running in their
garage.
The Miami Herald
'reports Julia Guedes and
her sister Ofelia appar-
ently came home from a
shopping trip Thursday
afternoon and left the car's
engine running in their
garage.


Police say they smelled a
strong odor of gas as they
approached the house the
sisters shared Thursday
afternoon. It was unclear
why police were called to
the home.
Guedes was dead inside
the home. The newspa- ,
per reports her sister was'
taken to a hospital in
West Palm Beach where
a hyperbaric chamber is
used to attempt to reverse
the effects of oxygen
deprivation.

From wire reports


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Floridan


The 4thi annual Rob Fowler Memorial
Golf Tournament was held on May
5th. The tournament was established
in 2008 to honor Rob Fowler &
organized to create a college fund for
his daughter, Emma Grace.
Over $1500 in cash & prizes
were awarded thanks to the
generous contributions of the
sponsors listed below. .
Sponsors
Highway 77 Bingo
Misty's Hair Designs
West Florida Electric Co-op
Peoples Bank of Graceville
Richard Williams
Financial Services
Cook Discount Drugs
Obar's Insurance Agency
Williams Funeral Home
Piggly Wiggly of Graceville
King's Pharmacy and Outdoor'
Wo6dham Peanut Company
Walmart Defuniak Springs, FL
Graceville High School do 2001
S Dr. Steve Davis
Brandon and Justin Taylor
Ryan Waters


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SUBMITTEDPHOT
With her seven children by her side, Irene Williford of Sneads celebrates her 88th birthday.


The honoree attributes
her long life to the love
and support of her family.
and friends, as well as
waking up each day and.
going to bed at night with
her eyes, heart and soul
on the Lord, Jesus Christ.


pizza, chips, cake and ice
cream. Special guest was
her father, Frank White Jr.


Irene's actual birthday was May 7.




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88th birthday
88th birthday 10M fEl r: , I 0f'IW 1 W "


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14A SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 2012


Bevis family



reunion set



for June 23

119th reunion will be at

Bascom Town Hall and Park


Special to the Floridan
Descendants of William
LangleyandJenniePalmer
Bevis will gather. for their
119th family reunion at 11
a.m. on Saturday, June 23,,
at the Bascom Town Hall
and Park in Bascom.
Bevis ancestors were
instrumental in settling
the town of Bascom, and
building the Bascom
Methodist Church. There
are many fourth- and
fifth-generation direct
descendants living in
Jackson County and the
surrounding area. Others
come from all over the
U.S.
If you have questions.
about your Bevis heri-
tage,-come to the reunion
and we will have a family


history available for you
to find your ancestors.
Bevis Crest (coat-of-
arms) memorabilia will
be available, including
grave markers, note cards
and shirts.
A group picture will be
taken immediately before
the meal, and lunch will
be Served at noon.
A short program will
follow.
Attendees are asked to
bring one ortwo of your
favorite dishes and serv-
ing utensils. Everything
else will be provided.
Stop by for singing.
food, and fellowship, and
to renew family ties.
For more information,,
call Dianne Oswald at
850-526-3815 or email her
at dianne@oswald.us.


67th wedding
anniversary
Columbus and Mary
Lawson of Sneads recently
celebrated their 67th
wedding anniversary. The
couple was married May
19, 1945, in Marianna.
Mr. Lawson retired from
the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers Parks Mainte-
nance Depar\tment, and
.Mrs. Lawson retired from
Florida State Hospital.
The Lawsons have
nine children: Mable L.
Brown (Sam), Brenda


Lawson, Shirley L. Com-
modore (Harry), Mark
Lawson Sr. (Patty) of
Sneads, Kevin Lawson
Sr. (Valtina) of Marianna,
Edward Lawson (Cynthia)
of Hampton, Va., Samuel
Lawson of Melbourne, ,
David Lawson (Sharon) of
Moultrie, Ga., and the late
Jean L. Brown. They have
23 grandchildren and 13
great-grandchildren.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson
enjoyed a delicious buffet
dinner with family and
friends, as they celebrated
67 years of marriage.


JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com

Partners for Pets
on Parade


Snow is a
five-year-
old female,
Pomeranian.


Stormy
is a six-
year-
old
female
gray
poodle.


Th6se interested in adopting any of these animals
from Partners for Pets are invited to visit 4011 Mainte-
nance Drive in Marianna. The shelter's hours are Mon-
days through Fridays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Saturdays,
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The shelter can be reached by calling
'482-4570, or by mail at 4415C Constitution Lane, No.
184, Marianna, FL 32448. Or, visit the shelter's website
at www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com.


Eliminate abuse from your life
.n t us r .- '


T he definition of
many things in life
has changed so
much over the years that
at times trying to define
things can be confusing.
Even such a strong,
direct words "abuse" can
often be misunderstood.
There aren't many words
in our dictionaries that
carry the power and im-
pact that "abuse" carries.
The spankings that
many of us received as
children would often
have hango% er affects
that lasted for days. Dur-
ing that period of time
our parents considered
spankings a strong form
of discipline and a way to
give us a message up close
and personal.
It definitely worked for
my parents and on my
siblings and me when we
were youngsters. The type
of spankings that occurred
years ago would put our
parents or guardians in
a position for jail time
during this period of our
history.
The focus and crack-
down on abuse these
days may seem unfair
in some instances, but
in other ways it is surely
warranted.
The guidelines that are
in place for employees
in our facilities for the
disabled and mentally ill
have made a big difference
in how those who are not
in the position physically
or mentally to control
their lives-are treated.
Because there are em-
ployees'who don't honest-
ly care about anything but
a paycheck, these guide-
lines do give the residents
in those facilities some
means of protection.
Abuse abounds. The
abuse of prescription
drugs is on the rise, and
many people are paying
the pricefor their use with
failing health and even
death.
The organizations that
.bring to the forefront he
problems many women
face today and have faced
over the years while being
in abusive relationships
through marriage and by
other means should be
commended for their hard
work.
By the way. more infor-
mation should be given to
the public concerning the
many men who are vic-
tims in abusive situations
also, especially mentally in
the form of verbal abuse
that can come from ma-
nipulative and controlling
women.
If you are invol\ ed in an
abusive relationship, there
is nothing wrong \with
talking to someone you
Jcan trust, such as a close


grow up fast, but the
Parents must not hesitate
to discipline their children
when they need to be cor-
rected. Finding the proper
means to do so, according
to the personality of each
child; is a challenge, but
taking the time to do so
in our busy world is very
important.,While they are
children they will de--
velop friendships sooner
or later, but they need
parents or guardians to act
as parents or guardians .
should, not as siblings or
friends.
'The onlywayto try and
stop some ofthe sexual
abuse that happens to


many 6f our innocent
children is to do your best
to surround them with
people you can trtlst,
watch them for changes
in their attitudes, spend
as much time with them.
as you can, monitor those
who are around them, and
last, but most important,
pray for them regularly
andcteach them to pray.
They will need prayer as
they travel through this
troubled world.
The word "abuse" carries
negative connotations in
every respect. It's impor-
,tant to eliminate it (abuse)
from your vocabulary and
,yourlife.


friend, your pastor or an
authorized specialist in
Sthe field of

use some
good posi-
ti ve advice
from others
Thomas at times.
Vincent Of all the
Mluphy emphasis
that is being.
put on abuse during our
lifetime, the one that gives
me the biggest concern
is the kind of abuses in
various forms that have an
impact on our children.
I knowwe are iving in
an era where children


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Guests will enjoy an evening filled with art, tasting,
exhibits, live music and a delicious dinner. We will
feature hand painted terra cotta pots in addition to
the custom constructed Adirondack chairs, benches,
: and swings transformed by local artists into a
one-of-a-kind piece of art.

For more information, please call 850-482-8520
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Farmers market ready for Customer Appreciation Day


Special to the Floridan

A recent visit to the Mari-
anna City Farmers Market re-
vealed a variety of farm-fresh
Jackson Coynty vegetables on
display for sale.
Market Manager Darlene
Smith, when asked about
the season so far, said, "Out-
standing! We have set re-
cords with the number of
vendors and we believe more
customers than ever before."
Smith went on to say that on
a recent Saturday, the market
made room for 26 vendors.
"Our building is only de-
signed for 20 trucks, but be-
lieve me, we made it work for
the new vendors," she said.
Lynn Lipford of the Green-
wood area, vice president of
the growers', association that
operates the market, is excit-
ed about upcoming events.
"Our annual Customer Ap-
preciation Day is coming up


on June 30. We are going to
have our normal door prize
drawings," she said.
With the help of local mer-
chants and the market's ban-
ner program, a group of young
musicians from Valdosta,
Ga., Midnight Rain (formerly
known as The 'Gandy Broth-
ers), have been scheduled
to play at the special June 30
event.
The Marianna City Farmers
Market is open 7 a.m. to noon
on Tuesday and Thursdays,
~nd Saturdays' hours start at
7 a.m. with no closing time.
Vendors accept Farmers
Market Nutrition Program
and Senior FMNP vouchers
as well as Supplemental Nu-
trition Assistance Program
benefits.
Marianna City Farmers
Market is located at the cor-
ner of Clinton and Madison
streets; one block north of the
Jackson County Courthouse.


SUBMITTED PHOTO
Patrons flock to the Marianna City Farmers Market. The market's Customer Appreciation Day on June 30 will feature live
music from Midnight Rain.


Voluntary PreK registration date set for schools


Special to the Floridari

Voluntary PreK registra-
tion foi the 2012-13 school
year is set for Monday, June
11. Beginning at 8 a.m.,
parents can register their
children at the Early Child-
hood Programs office lo-
cated at 2950 Cherokee St.,
in front of Marianna's Riv-
erside Elementary School.
Whenregistering,parents
are required to provide the
child's birth certificate, So-
cial Security card and VPK
Certificate of Eligibility.
Eligibility certificates are
available from the Early
Learning Coalition at the
One Stop Career Center.in
Marianna. No student will
be registered without one.
For information about ob-
ta~ing a VPK Certificate of
Eligibility, call 482-9140.
Applicants must be 4
years old on or before Sept.
1, 2012 and a Florida resi-
dent. VPK is not based on
income. The VPK day con-
sists of three hours per day
at no charge.
Families are given the
opportunity to extend the
day. (equal to a regular
school day) for a nominal
fee.


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From left are Tyreese White, Parker Willis and Gabriel Dickens. Parents can register their
children for Voluntary PreK on June 11.


VPKwill.be at the follow-
ing school sites: Jackson
Courity Early Childhood
Center. Cortondale El-
ementary, Graceville El-
ementary, Malone School
and Grand Ridge School.
VPK spaces are limited
and will be filled on a first-



GAS WATCH
Ga: prices, are going up Here are
the least e,.pensive places to buy
gas in Jackson County ac oi
Friday afternoon

1. $3.34, Murphy Oil, Highway
71 South, Marianna
2. $3.34, McCoy's Food Mart,
Jefferson Street, Marianna
3. $3.34, Pilot. Highway 71,
Marianna
4. $3.34, Travel Center.
Highway 71 South, Marianna
5. $3.36, A&S Food, South
Street, Marianna
6. $3.37, Mobil Food Mart.
Jefferson Street, Marianna
7. $3.39. Bascom General,
Basswood Road, Bascom
8. $3.39, Dar-Bee's Quick Stop,
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Publisher
VALERIA ROBERTS


Florida Voices



Time for FCAT



fiasco to end
How long will it take for the politicians and the
education bureaucracy to acknowledge that
FCAT isn't the answer to better education?
Ask any teacher how much class time is devoted to
drilling children for the Florida Compreheisive
Assessment Test. The answer? Too much.
This nerve-racking test prep is hard on the students,
and it deprives teachers of the time and creative license
they must have to meet students'varying individual
needs.
And, the scores would indicate it doesn't educate
anyone, anyway. When tie results of this year's FCAT
writing test showed only 27 percent of fourth-graders
statewide got passing scores (16 percent in Volusia
County), education officials were quick to respond.
Did they vow to take a hard look at the cost and
effectiveness of mounting test-related demands? No.
They lowered the passing score, so the news would read
better.
What a farce.
A truly comprehensive assessment of students' skills
should not require special test preparation. If teachers
are teaching and students are learning, the results will
show up on a good and fair test.
Perhaps education bureaucrats could even find a test
local schools could grade themselves, saving the state .
$254 million paid to NCS Pearson to grade Florida's
FCATs.
Florida Education Commissioner Gerard Robinson
said students, need to be able to think critically and
solve problems to succeed.
We agree with Robinson, but what aspect of drilling
for a standardized test helps a student learn critical
thinking?
And, what is the education bureaucracy teaching
students about problem-solving by lowering standards
to make itself look better?
Can anyone demonstrate that Florida students
are better-educated as a result of the past decade's
increasing focus on teaching to a particular test? We .
don't think so.
The shifting emphasis from FCAT, to end-of-course
exams is a move.in the right direction. Let's hope this
latest test fiasco inspires a more spirited sprint away.
from FCAT.
It's time to halt the nonsense. We need to give good
teachers back the time and freedom they need to teach
effectively.
It's time to admit the FCAT-based system of
determining the quality of our children's education is
costly, and it isn't working.
this editorial appeared in the West Volusia Beacon on Thursday, May 31.



Contact representatives


florida Legislature
Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 7
Marti.Coley@myfloridahouse.gov
Building A, Room 186 Chipola College
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna, FL 32446-1701

Rep. Brad Drake, R-District 5
Brad.Drake@myfloridahouse.gov
NWFL State-Chautauqua Campus #205
908 U.S. Highway 90 West
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433-1436

Sen. Bill Montford: D-District 6
208 Senate Office Building
404 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1100
montford.billweb@ flsenate.gov


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Letters to the Editor


Sneads town manager defends increases


This letter is being written in
response to the letter written
by Greg Lewis of Sneads and
published on May 27, regarding
the rate increases iinplemented
by the Town of Sneads.
One of the first things I did
when I arrived on this job last July
was'a thorough analysis of the'
rates and the costs for the services
provided by the Town of Sneads.
In the past, the town has been
spending all of its cash reserves
to keep from raising the rates to
cover their costs. Unfortunately,
we are running out of cash
reserves,-and that is not a good
position to be in should there be a
major emergency.
Water and sewer costs are,
supposed to be covered entirely
by user fees and yet this fund
owes money'to the General Fund
because it borrowed instead of,
setting rates that were adequate.
In 2008, the Town Council
passed an ordinance making
provision for the steady, slow
increase of rates on an annual
basis. They increased the rates in
2008 but did not do so after that.
Thus, they are not covering their
costs nor paying back the money
they borrowed from the General
Fund.
Animal control is a major
issue. More and more people are
abandoning animals because
they don't want to take care of
them and/or they just let them
run loose in the neighborhood
causing problems for others.
It costs approximately $75 per
animal for us to have the County
come and get them once we pick
them up. We spend more each
year on this service than we take
in. We can't keep going in the hole.
Mr. Lewis says these increases
should have been phased over
time. That is the problem... they
were not and so now we have to
bite the bullet and do what should.
have been done in the past.
In solid waste we were fortunate
to receive a reasonable settlement
for the truck that was wrecked and
that enabled us to make a sizeable
down payment, thus cutting down
on the amount of the loan and the
monthly payment.
The town clerk and I went to a
seminar on municipal revenues
and we were encouraged to look
into ours to see if we are receiving
what we should be. With regard
to the communications tax, every
other municipality is receiving 5.2
percent and we are receiving 3.3
percent. This should have been
taken care of a long time ago.
With regard to the franchise fee
on your electric bill, we just want
to audit it to make sure we are
receiving our share and it is not
being erroneously sent to another
municipality. Errors such as this
do happen. We did not say we
were going to ask for an increase.
At a recent Council meeting
I stated I was going to have the
city clerk look into and provide
me with information regarding
the Florida procedures regarding
sales tax. I have no intent of trying
to increase sales tax, but rather, to
see how we might go about (if we
can) making sure we receive our
fair share.'
Mr. Lewis suggests we work


within our budget. I can tell you
that is the priority of everyone
here and'my employees know
that my first answer when they
say they need something is "no."
Then, we look to evaluate the
necessity. We do not spend money
unnecessarily. My employees.
do not receive annual raises.
Our equipment and vehicles are
very old and maintenance costs
are high. The problem is and
this is a key issue in the past
they have spent cash reserves .
to balance the budget. Those
cash reserves are running out
and I won't be able to balance
the budget as it currently exists
- forget any increases in costs
that may arise.
In a nutshell, the cost of
everything around us goes up
and that increases our expenses.
Not only am I a city manager,
but I am an accountant. It is my
intent to see that our town (the
Town of Sneads) does not get in
the same shape so many other
municipalities have.
As I have made my evaluation of
the financial status of the town, I
believe that in the past the town
council has not received proper
direction from its town manager
with regard to the finances, and I
Intend to correct that.
It is never my desire to increase
rates because I care about'
"my" people. However, please
understand that I have come into
this position, at a time when the
, economy is not good and I have
-an obligation to keep your town
* solvent. Many of you already have
experienced that I care arid want
to make sure we take care of our
residents.
Please feel free to call or stop by
and see me at any time to discuss
this with me.

CONNIE LEA BUTTS
Sneads Town Manager

Open letter to Compass
Lake in the Hills
board of directors
This is a plea to our current
Compass Lake in the Hills (CLH)
Board of Directors (BOD) to listen
with. open ears, eyes and hearts.
I have been asked many times
what do the "concerned citizens"
of CLH really want? I think
that is a question.that needs
to be answered. We want our
community back. We want our
basic, freedoms back. We want to
be heard. We want what is best for
the community as a whole, not
just special interest groups.
Is that not what we all want?
To live in peace and harmony,
together.
When my husband and I settled
in this beautiful community 26
years ago, it was a dream come
true. We built our retirement
home, the last home we would
ever have. It was peaceful, it
was quiet, it was beautiful. Then
along came some South Florida
investors, who decided it was too
good to be true, so let's change
it, and maybe make some money
doing it. They caused division,
unrest and some friendships were
lost in the process.
So what can we do abou'tit?


We have rules and regulations,
bylaws and articles of
incorporation, that ark supposed
to govern our community. If we
just lived by them, we could
have our peace and harmony
back. The past two years our
annual members' meetings have
been a travesty of justice, with
all rules broken. The way things
should be: The property owners
vote in a BOD to lead and make
decisions. The BOD hires a
manager to oversee that process.
The way things currently are:
The manager makes all the
decisions and tells the BOD what
to do. It is a classic example of the
tail wagging.the dog,
Recently two mailouts went
out in reference to our upcoming
vacancies to the BOD. The first
mailout was paid for by the
candidates and was an effort for
the property owners to know who
they are. I would like to know who
paid for the second mailout? In
the second mailout the last phrase
and I quote, 'A vote for either of
,the "concerned citizens" would
destroy the progress that has been
made.
It would also give these
"concerned citizens" access to
the almost $500,000 in reserves."
So, would not whoever is on the
BOD have the same access to
those funds? Just asking. Finally,
someone put in writing, why
they are fighting so hard to gain
control of this community. Greed
is a terrible thing.
Big question,what can we do?
What is in the best interest of the
community as a whole? We could
go to court, stop the spending of
"our" money unwisely, tie up all
Sthe funds for years and probably
bankrupt the community. Or,
we could ask the current BOD
to start listening to the people
who have made this community
home. Have workshops to
discuss all upcoming ventures
and expenditures. They should
be accountable as to how "our"
monies are spent.
Perhaps with a little bit.of luck
and some divine intervention, the
president's gavel will break, and
he will be forced to listen to the
people. ,
Recently, I watched a
documentary on TV called "I Am."
What insight! The group studied
a herd of deer that were looking
for an appropriate watering hole.
Which one to choose, in which
direction to go? You would think
the big buck who was in charge
would make that decision. As
they watched, the deer started
turning in a particular direction.
When 51 percent of the deer were
facing in one direction, that is the
watering hole they headed to. The
big buck was left at the back of the
pack, probably thinking, "where
did everybody go"? The same
held true with flocks of birds and
schools of fish. The commentator
remarked "now that's democracy."
Have we evolved so far in the
opposite direction, that we cannot
take a lesson from the animals?

LEAH L REAGAN
Concerned Citizen
and Resident of
Compass Lake in the Hills






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Obituaries


James & Sikes
Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Florida 32446
850.482.2332
Grant L.
Harkleroad
Grant L. "Buzz"
Harkleroad, 63, of Green-
wood passed away Friday,
June 1, 2012 at his resi-
dence following an extend-
ed Illness.
*Bom November 1(t, 1948
in NuMine, PA to Grant E.
and Lillian Saye
Harkleroad Buzz, moved
with his parents in 1959 to
Florida where he met his
wife to be in high school
and they were married on
August 9, 1968.
A 1969 Armyveteran serv-
ing in Vietnam, his tour of
duty was at Quang Tri,
Vietnam. He was awarded
the Bronze Star. He was a
mechanic from 'his child-
hood until 2002 when he
became ill. He was a me-
chanric and service manag-
er at Rahal Miller Chevro-
let, Buick, Cadillac, GMC,
Nissan dealership for 23
years.
He was preceded in
death by .a daughter,
Kristina Harkleroad and his
father, Grant E.


Board
From Page 1A
parents. Ellis' new position
will become nonexistent
in about 9 months, after
Westbrook retires, and he
will transfer to her vacant
.position.
Current Marianna High
School principal Mary
Sue Neves will be replaced
by Sarieta Russ. Russ has
worked with the Jackson
County School System for
about 25 years, said Lee
Miller, superintendent of
Jackson County schools.
She is a retired principal of
Golson ElementarySchool,
Graceville High School and
Blountstown High School.
Ronald Mitchell, cur-
rently MHS's TSA, will re-
place Clarence\Bellamy as
assistant principal.
Laurence Pender, cur-
rently the principal at
Sneads High School, will
become the principal at
JacksonAlternative School.
In his place, Faye Parker,
currently the assistant
principal at SHS, will be-
come the SHS's principal.
Miller said Pender told
him last year he could be
'put in any school Miller
felt he needed to be in.
Jackson Alternative will
be a better fit for Pender,
Miller said, allowing him to
spend more time with his
sons.
"I think he'll be an as-
set wherever he goes,"
said Chris Johnson, chair
of the Jackson County


Cancer
From Page.lA
Saunders prayed, ask-
ing God what surgery
she should have. Despite
her gynecologist's reas-
surances, Saunders felt
God wanted her to have a
mastectomy. Her surgeon
agreed to the surgery
after hearing Saunders'
reasoning.
During the surgery, two
tumors were found the
one they knew about and
another filled with one '
of the deadliest types of
cancer that didn't show
upon the mammogram,
Saunders said. In addi-
tion to her breast, all of
her lymph nodes were
removed to prevent the
spread. None of the lymph
nodes contained cancer.
Saunders later learned
the tumor was .7 centi-
meters long. Another .3


Harkleroad.
Survivors include his lov-
ing wife of 43 years, Nan
Harkleroad of Greenwood;
one son, Shane Harkleroad
and wife Jennifer of
Grandridge: two daughters,
Tainie Huett and husband
James of Ozark, AL, Susan-
na Therrien and husband
Mac of Moyock, NC; his
mother, Lillian D.
Harkleroad of Marianna;
one sister Dutchess White
and husband Gene of Ma-
rianna; six grandchildren,
Katie, Ben and Luke
Harkleroad, Christian and
Grace Huett, and Levi
Therrien.
Graveside funeral, serv-
ices will be at 2 pm Mon-
day, June 4, 2012 at
Loviedale Baptist Church
Cemetery with Bro. Win-
ston Reynolds officiating
with full military honors
provided by the American
Legion Post 241 of Sneads
with James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.
The family will receive
friends Monday, June 4,
2012 from 1 pm.till funeral
time at the Lovedale Bap-
tist Church.
"Flowers are to be omit-
ted and contributions
made, to the Grant L.
"Buzz" Harkleroad fund at
Regions Bank.


"It's a school where an
assistantprincipal
can get some training.
without being thrown in
thjfire."
Lee Miller,
superintendent

'School Board.
Sue Ann Tharp, currently
the assistant principal at
MMS, will replace Robert
Burke as the assistant prin-
cipal at Riverside Elemen-
tary School. Burke will take
Tharp's place as the assis-
tant principal at Marianna
Middle School.
"It'll give both of these
assistants extra experi-
ence," Miller said.
John Hamilton, current-
ly the assistant principal
at Grand Ridge School,
will become the assistant
principal at Sneads High
School. Kenyonis Granger,
currenrldy Grand Ridge's
athletic director, will be
a teacher on assignment
acting as assistant princi-
pal until he takes the tests
necessary to officially be-
come Grand Ridge's assis-
tant principal.
Granger approached
Miller about going into
administration, and Miller
believes Grand Ridge pro-
vides a unique opportu-,
nity for him to learn the
ropes.
"It's a school where an
assistant principal can
get some training without
being thrown in the fire,"
Miller said.


centimeters and it would
have spread to her lymph
nodes.
"I give God all the
credit," Saunders said.
A few years later, a de-
veloping tumor was found
in Saunders' right breast.
She decided to have that
breast removed and both
breasts reconstructed in.
one day, a 15-hour surgery.
Despite her surgeon coun-
seling her against such
a long, taxing surgery,
Saunders had one thing to
say to her.
"When I go in there, I'm
going there with God,"
Saunders recalls saying.
"He'll take care of me."
Saunders is cancer free
to this day. She shares her
story with anyone who
asks.
"I feel like that's why
God allowed me to live,"
Saunders said. "To share
this story. It gives Him
glory."


S, THEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE'
In this Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011, photo, an Iranian security guard stands at the Maroun Petrochemical plant at the Imam
Khomeini port, southwestern Iran. Technicians battling a complex computer virus took the ultimate firewall measures
shutting off all Internet links to Iran's oil ministry and the terminal that carries nearly all the country's crude exports.



Risks of boomerangs a



reality in world of cyberwar
*/ *


The Associated Press

WASHINGTON -- The Obama
administration is warning Ameri-
can businesses about an unusually
potent computer virus that infect-
ed Iran's oil industry even as suspi-
cions persist that the United States
is responsible for secretly creat-
,ing and unleashing cyberweapons
against foreign countries.
The government's dual roles of
alerting U.S. companies about these
threats and producing powerful
software weapons and eavesdrpp-
ping tools underscore the risks of
an unintended, online boomerang.
Unlike a bullet or missile fired
at an enemy, 'a cyberweapon that
spreads across the 'Internet may
circle back accidentally to infect
computers it was never supposed
to target. It's one of the unusual
challenges facing the program-
mers who build such weapons, and
presidents who must decide when
to launch them.
The Homeland Security Depart-
ment's warning about the new vi-
rus, known as "Flame," assured U.S.
companies that.no infections had
been discovered so far inside the
U.S. It described Flame as an espio-
nage tool that was sophisticated in
design, using encryption and other
techniques to help break into com-
;puters and move through corpo-
rate or private networks. The virus
can eavesdrop on data traffic; take
screenshots and record audio and
keystrokes. The department said
.the origin is a mystery.
The White House has declined to
discuss the virus.
But suspicions about the U.S.
government's role in the use of cy-
berweapons were heightened by a
report in Friday's New York Times.


Based on anonymous, sources, it
said President Barack Obama se-
cretly had ordered the 4use of an-
other sophisticated, cyberweapon,
known as Stuxnet, to attack the
computer systems that run Iran's
main nuclear enrichment facili-
ties. The order was an extension
of a sabotage program that the
Times said began during the Bush
administration.
Private security researchers long
have suspected that the U.S. and Is-
raeli governments were responsible
for Stuxnet. But the newspaper's
detailed description of conversa-
tions in the Oval Office amdng
Obama, the vice president and the
CIA director about the U.S. govern-
ment's responsibility for .Stuxnet is
the most direct evidence of this to
date. U.S. officials rarely discuss
the use of cyberweapons outside of
classified settings.
Stuxnet is believed to have been
released as early as 2009. It was dis-
covered in June 2010 by a Belaru-
sian antivirus researcher analyzing
a customer's infected computer
in Iran. It targeted electronic pro-
gram controllers built by Siemens
AG of Germany that were installed
in Iran. The U.S. government also
circulated warnings to American
;businesses about Stuxnet after it
was detected.
The White House said Friday it
would not discuss whether the U.S.
was responsible for the Stuxnet at-
tacks on Iran.
"I'm not able to comment on any
of the specifics or details," White
House spokesman Josh Earnest
said. "That information is classified
for a reason, and it is kept secret.
It is intended not to be publicized
because publicizing it would pose a
threat to our national security."


Cyberweapons are uncharted ter-
ritory because the U.S. laws are am-
biguous about their use, and ques-.
tions about their effectiveness and
reliability are mostly unresolved.
Attackers online can disguise their
origins or even impersonate an
innocent bystander organization,
making it difficult to identify ac-
tual targets when responding to
attacks.
Vinises and malicious software,
known as malware, rely on vulnera-
bilities in commercial, software and
hardware products. But it is hard to
design a single payload' that always
will succeed because the target
may have fixed a software vulner-
ability or placed computers behind
a firewall.
On the Internet, where being
connected is a virtue, an attack in-
tended for one target can spread
unexpectedly. Whether a cyber-
weapon can boomerang depends
on its state of the art, according to
computer security experts. On that
point, there are deep divisions over
Flame.
Russian digital security provider
Kaspersky Lab, which first identi-
fied the virus, said Flame's com-
plexity and functionality "exceed
those of all other cybermenaces
known to date." There is no doubt,
the company said, that a govern-
,ment sponsored the research that
developed it. Yet Flame's author
remains unknown because there is
no information in the code of the
virus that would'link it to a particu-
lar country.
Other' experts said it wasn't as
fearsome.
Much of the code used to build the
virus is old and available on the In-
ternet, said Becky Bace, chief strat-
egist at the Center for Forensics..,


Hillary Clinton urges international


cooperation in resource-rich Arctic


The Associated Press

TROMSO, Norway U.S. Secre-
tary of State Hillary Rodham Clin-
ton on Saturday ventured north of
the Arctic Circle and urged interna-
tional cooperation in a region that
could become a new battleground
for natural resources.
On her trip to the northern Nor-
wegian city of Tromso, she con-
veyed that message of working
together in one of the world's last
frontiers of unexplored oil, gas and
mineral deposits. The region is be-
coming more Significant as melting
icecaps accelerate the opening of
new shipping routes, fishing stocks
and drilling opportunities.
To safely tap the riches, the U.S.
and other countries near the North
Pole are trying to cooperate to com-
bat harmful climate change, settle
territorial disputes and prevent oil
spills.
"The world increasingly looks
to the North," Clinton told report-
'ers after a two-hour boat tour of
the nearby Balsfjord and meeting
with Arctic scientists. "Our goal
is certainly to promote peace-
ful cooperation," she said, adding
that the U.S. was "committed to


promoting responsible manage-,
ment of resources and doing all
we can to prevent and mitigate the
effects of climate change."
At the least, the U.S. and the other
Arctic nations hope to avoid a con-
frontational race for resources. Of-
'ficials say the picture looks more
promising than five years ago when
Russia staked its claim to suprema-
cy in the Arctic arid its $9 trillion in
estimated oil reserves by planting a
titanium flag on the ocean floor.
The United States does not rec-
ognize the Russian assertion and
has its own.claims, along with Den-
mark, Norway and Canada, while
companies from Exxon Mobil Corp.
to Royal Dutch Shell PLC want to
get in on the action. China also is
keeping a close eye on the region.
Moscow has eased tensions
somewhat by promising to press
any claims through an agreed U.N.
process. But Washington has yet
to ratify the 1982 Law of the Sea
treaty regulating the ocean's use for
military, transportation and min-
eral extraction purposes.
With 160 countries having signed
on, the Obama administration is
making a new push for U.S. Senate
approval. Refusal puts the U.S. at


risk of getting frozen out of its share
of the spoils.
Arguing for its ratification at a re-
cent Senate hearing, Clinton said
the treaty would offer the U.S. oil
and gas rights some 600 miles into
the Arctic. She said American com-
panies were "equipped and ready to
engage in deep seabed mining," but
needed to join the treaty to take ex-
ploit oil, gas and mineral reserves.
On Saturday, in the eight-na-
tion Arctic Council's home city,
she stressed that .the international
agreement "sets down the rules of
the road that protect freedom of
navigation and provides maritime
security, serving the interest of ev-
ery nation that relies on sea lanes
for commerce and trade."
The Arctic's warming is occurring
at least twice as fast as anywhere
else, threatening to raise sea levels
by up to 5 feet this century and pos-
sibly causing a 25 percent jump in
mercury emissions over the next
decade. The changes could threat-
en polar bears, whales, seals and
indigenous communities hunting
those animals for food, not to men-
tion islands and low-lying areas
much farther away, from Florida to
Bangladesh.


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to receive the grant. Awarded by the Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services, the grant funds will be used to
educate school staff and students about ways to lead a healthier
lifestyle, including how to make healthy food choices. Shown (from
left) are Jack Noonan, director of food services for Jackson Countr;
Tammy Blanchette, cafeteria manager at EM. Golson Elementary .
School; arid Golson Principal Diane Long.


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THE VILLAGES Bonnie Lesando was
hoping a Republican candidate like for-
mer Rep. Dave Weldon would get in the
U.S. Senate race.
She doesn't like front-runner Connie
Mack IV nor former Sen. George LeMieux,
and retired Army Col. Mike McCalister is
stuck in single digits.in the polls. But she
listened to Weldon talk for more than an
hour. Thursday and liked everything he
had to say. She grabbed aWeldon bumper
sticker and said, she was putting it on her
car right.away. And she plans to write a
check for Weldon, who had a strong repu-
tation as a social conservative during his
14 years in Congress.
There's just one thing, that bothered
her.
"I wish he was here six months ago,"
said Lesando, 69. "It's like voting for, Ron.
Paul in the presidential. I like Ron Paul,
but he had no way of ever winning. So I
felt like my vote was wasted. If Dave can
get some recognition and have a good
showing in the polls, i probably will vote
for him. That's what it comes down to. I
just wish he'd gotten in earlier because he
seems like someone we need."
Weldon entered the race two weeks ago
and now has less than three months to
convince Republican voters he's the best
candidate to face Democratic Sen. Bill
Nelson in November. That's a tough task
for someone who isn't well known outside
the Space Coast district he left four years
ago. Florida has 4.1 million registered Re-
j publican voters and it costs more than $1


million to advertise statewide for a week.
The drive from Pensacola to Key West is
more than,830 miles long.
In other words, without money or name
ID, it's hard to get a message to voters in
less than three months,
"I get on my knees every morning and
say a prayer and then I get on.the phone
and start begging for money," Weldon
told a crowd of about 40 people Thursday
night. "I cannot succeed if some of you in
this room don't volunteer, don't get en-
gaged, don't go online and send me some
money, don't introduce me to people that
you know in your neighborhood. If those
kinds of things don't happen, I'm dead in
the water."
Mack is the frontrunner in the race
where there are still a lot of undecided
voters. A recent Quinnipiac University
poll showed he was favored by'40 percent
of Republican voters. Former Sen. George
LeMieux and retired Army Col. Mike Mc-
Calister both polled below 10 percent.
Mack is buoyed in part by the famous
name he shares with his ex-senator father
and his great grandfather, the baseball
Hall of Fame manager.
Weldon, 58, a former Army doctor
who has his own private practice, wasn't
flashy during his remarks, but was strong
on issues important to conservatives,
including reining in federal spending,
eliminating government regulations,
becoming energy independent and
protecting traditional marriage.
"I am trying to distinguish myself in this
race as the authentic conservative and
there's a reason for that," said Weldon.


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Safety urged as school days give way to summer


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com

Friday was the last day of the
school year in Jackson County,
and local law enforcement offi-
cials say adults need to take ex-
tra care now that young people
will be out more.
"Drivers need to take extra
care," Marianna Police Chief
Hayes Baggett said. "These kids
are going to be out bicycling
and skateboarding. Youth being
what it is, sometimes, they're
not always going to be looking
out for you; they're kids, so you
need to be looking out for them.
Slow down and try to keep an
eye out."
He said more young drivers will
be out, too, as they enjoy their
summer break from studies.
"Another thing to think aboutis
thatwe've been fortunate enough
to have a lot of new roads paved
in town," Baggett said. "That's a
good thing, but when the sur-
face is smoother, people tend
to diive a little faster. That's true
for grown folks, too, but maybe
especially so for the less mature
driver, so just keep stuff like that
in mind."
He is also concerned about
young people's safety 'on the
water, now that more river ac-
cess points are available in and
around Marianna and Jackson
County at large. He urged par-
ents to set. some safety ground
rules for their children and make
sure they know how to swim if
they're going to be allowed on or
around the water.
"Water safety is definitely an


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Marianna Middle School eighth graders Melissa Garcia, Bonnie Bigale and Jenna Cartwright sign a yearbook Tuesday during their lunch break. They and
hundreds of other Jackson County students are now out of school for the summer.


issue," he said. "The river's al-
ways been there, but getting to
it is easier now and there's more.
places to go and have fun. Some
of these places haven't been in
the city's jurisdiction before (but
have come in through annexa-
tion), so we've got some new


areas to think about."
Baggett said the best solution
for parents is to get their chil-
dren into structured programs
where they would be properly
supervised.
Baggett also pointed out that
crime tends to go up when


school is out for summer, not
just here but anywhere in the
country. He urged residents
to take^ extra precautions with
their property, as there are indi-
viduals in any school population
that might steal given the right
opportunity.


SIf residents see 'something
suspicious going on in their
neighborhoods, they should call
authorities, he said.
"We'd rather respond and may-
be prevent something, rather
than having to put somebody in
jail," Baggett said.


Algebra I End of Course exam scores are released


BY LAUREN DELGADO About .92.percent of the
,.ig~,a:.. I.,-: -,., rin :,m 106 local eighth graders


According. to. scores re-
leased by the state Educa-
tion Department, about
57 percent of Jackson
County School District
eighth through 10th grad-
ers passed their Algebra I
End of Course exam their
first time taking the test
this year.


who took. the test for the
first time passed. About 47
percent pf the 307 ninth*


graders and eight percent
of the 12, 10th graders who
took the test for the first
time passed. .
About 59 percent of all
first-time Algebra I EOC
test takers in Florida
passed.


This is the first year Scors for all grades
students must pass the
test by the ninth grade No. of first-time test takers. passing
in order to graduate. A Cottondale High 58 "55
passing score of "3" or, Graceville High 49 27
above on a 5-point scale Grand Ridge School 26 100
by the ninth grade is Jackson Alternative 17 29
required. Malone School 29 66
Students who did Marianna High *159 57
not pass the test can Marianna Middle 42 100
retake Algebra I, take Sneads High 59 37
their next math course
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MARIANNA HIGH SCHOOL HOLDS GRADUATION


PHOTOS BY MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Marianna High School's 154 graduates take the field Thursday night for their graduation ceremony. This year's class had four
valedictorians: Alexandra Brockner, Gavin Hall, Ashlee Laramore and Clayton Rooks. The class salutatorian was Mallory Mock.
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ride with
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Graduation
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Malone man

charged with

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burglary
From staff reports
A Malone, man was
charged with grand theft
and burglary after alleg-
edly stealing two trucks
and a forklift and selling
them to Auto Recycling of
Marianna.
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County
| Sheriff's Of-
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on May 22. They then
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planning to sell a forklift
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The machine was taken
from the same property
the trucks were from.
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ty told officers McDonald
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sell either.
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paid for the forklift,
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Billy aniel is seen i profile among a sea ofpurple Thursday night at the Marianna High School graduation.
Billy Joe Daniels is seen in profile among a sea of purple Thursday night at the Marianna High School graduation.


PHOTOS BY MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
S hakira Smith's face is lit up by a '
fortuitous sunbeam as she goes to pick
up her diploma Thursday night at the
Malone High School Graduation. This year's
valedictorian was Emily Stephens and the
salutatorian was Kayla Lewis.
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receiving his diploma Thursday night.


Assistant
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of the Class
of 2012 beach
balls Thursday
night. A second
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First Friday celebrates Jackson Hospital


BY LAUREN DELGADO
Idelgado@jcfloridan.Eom

The Jackson County
Chamber of.Commerce's
June First Friday Breakfast
had a full agenda. Attend-
ees celebrated Hospital
Week, Emergency Medi-
cal Services Week and the
grand opening of Jackson
Hospital's $8.5 million
main entrance renova-
tion and emergency room
expansion.
The expansion of the
emergency room began
in February 2011 and was
completed in January 2012,
with nine rooms added
in addition to new tech-
nology geared to ensure a
patient's comfortable stay
with the hospital.
On Friday, the hospi-
tal unveiled the original
section of the emergency
room, which was renovat-
ed to match the hospital's
new look.
It also unveiled the new


entrance to the hospital.
Besides new d6cor, the
main lobby has a central-
ized desk for registration,
the hospital operator, and
the Pink Ladies. Seating
is grouped together with
flatscreen TVs available for
visitors.
Holt Floyd, the chair of
the Jackson Hospital Trust-
ees, said repairs were also
made to the air condi-
tioning and the fire sup-
pression equipment. The
pharmacy was also
expanded.
A $1 million MRI is the
last phase of the hospital's
current renovation and
expansion, which officials
expect to open in the fall.
"The vision is now to be
the best community hos-
pital in the nation," said
Larry Meese, the hospital's
CEO.
Floyd said the decision to
not only start the project
but to self fund it was not
taken lightly.


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People tour the newly renovated Jackson Hospital Lobby Friday following a ribbon-cutting
ceremony that was part of the Chamber of Commerce's First Friday Power Breakfast.


"We determined and
then committed that right
now is the time," Floyd
said.


Besides the renovations
and expansion, the hospi-
tal is working to increase
the.number of doctors and


specialties on staff. Over
the last few years, the hos-
pital added 12 new physi-
cians, increasing cardiol-


ogy, hematology, oncology,
orthopedics, pediatrics,
obstetrics and gynecol-
ogy, emergency room staff,
primary care staff and gen-
eral surgery, said Dr. Tom
Sherrel, Chief of Staff.
Chuck Lockey, chair-
man of the Jackson County
Board of County Commis-
sioners, thanked Jackson
Hospital for investing in
the county. Any improve-
ment the hospital un-
dertakes makes the area
more, attractive to new
businesses and residents.
"A growing local com-
munity hospital adds
credibility to our commu-
nity, county and region,"
Lockey said.
Locals need to support
the.hospital and use its ser-
vices, said Art Kimbrough,
president of the chamber
of commerce.
"If we don't take ad-
vantage of it, we stand
the chance of losing it,"
Kimbrough said.


Zimmerman back to jail; judge says he lied


The Associated Press .

SANFORD Trayvon
Martin's shooter must re-
turn to jail, judge ordered
Friday in a strongly word-
ecd ruling that said George
Zimmerman and his wife
lied to the court about their
finances to obtain bond in
a case that hinges on jurors
believing- his account of
what happened the night,
the teen was killed.
Zimmerman has plead-
ed not guilty to secbnd-
degree murder for the
February shooting. The
neighborhood watch vol-
unteer says he shot Martin
in self-defense because
the unarmed 17-year-old
wvas beating him up after
confronting Zimmerman
about following him in a
gated community outside
Oilando.
Zimmerman .was ar-
rested 44 days after the
killing, and during a bond
hearing in April, his wife,
Shellie, testified that the
couple had limited funds
available. The hearing also
was notable because Zim-
merman took the stand
and apologized to Martin's
parents.
Prosecutors pointed out
in their motion that Zim-
.merman had $135,000
available then. It had been
raised from donations
through a website he set
up and they suggested
more has been collected
,since and deposited in a
bank account.
Shellie Zimmerman was
asked about the website at
the hearing, but she said
she didn't know how much
money had been raised.
Circuit Judge Kenneth Les-
ter set bail at $150,000. The
28-year-old was' freed a
few days later after posting
$15,000 in cash which
is typical and has since
been in hiding.
Prosecutor Bernie De la
Rionda complained Friday,
"This court was led to be-
lieve they didn'thave a sin-
gle penny. It was mislead-
ing and I don't know what
words to use other than
it was.a blatant lie." The
judge agreed and. ordered
Zimmerman returned to


jail by Sunday afternoon.
"Does your client get to
sit there like a potted plant
and lead the court down
the primrose path? That's
Sthe issue," Lester said. "He
can't sit back and obtain
the benefit of a lower bond
based upon those material
falsehoods."
The judge questioning
Zimmerman's truthful-
ness could undermine the
defendant's credibility if
it is brought up at trial,
which could happen, and
may complicate how his
defense presents him as
a witness, said Orlando-
area attorney Randy Mc-
CLean,' who is a former
prosecutor.
Witness accounts of the
rainy night Martin was
shot are spotty. There is no
video of the fight,'though
photos prosecutors have
released showed Zimmer-
man with wounds to his
face and the back of his'
head. His recollection of
what happened is key.
"The other key witness,
unfortunatelyisdeceased,"
McClean said. "Basically,
Zimmerman is going to be
asking the jury to believe
his version of the facts...
-As the case stands now,
his credibility is. absolutely
critical to the case."
The defense countered
that .Zimmerman and his
wife never used the money
for anything, which indi-
cated "there was no deceit."
O'Mara said it wouldn't be
a problem to bring Zim-
merman back into custody
by the deadline.
The judge said he would
schedule a hearing af-
ter, Zimmerman is back
in custody so he could
explain himself;
Police in Sanford did not
immediately arrest Zim-
merman, citing Florida's
"stand your ground" law
that gives wide latitude
to use deadly force rather
than retreat in a fight if
people believe they are in
danger of being killed or
seriously injured.
Zimmerman's credibility
with the judge 'would be
important if O'Mara tries
to get a judge without the
jury to dismiss the charges


based on the law, said Or-
lando defense attorney
David Hill.
"If he was in on some-
thing that was not truth-
fully revealed to the judge,
when there is a 'stand your
ground' hearing, of course
you're going to second-
guess him," Hill said.
Both McClean and Hill
said O'Mara would be able
to challenge the admissi-
bility of the bond revoca-
tion at trial by questioning'
its relevance.
Benjamin Crump, an at-
torney for Trayvon Mar-
tin's parents, Tracy Martin
and Sybrina Fulton, said
his clients have always
said Zimmerman should
remain in jail until trial,
which O'Mara said he be-'
lieved wouldn't be until
next year.
Crump was asked if he
thought that if Zimmer-
man would be willing to
lie about his finances that
he would be willing to lie
about what happen the
night Martin was killed.
"We fully expect that
the special prosecutor will
make George Zimmer-
man's credibility be front
and center in this entire.
case," Crump said. "And
whatever dishonesty that
comes forth by George
Zimmerman that they can
prove, you can best believe
it will become the issue of
this case.",


Prosecutors also said al-
though Zimmerman sur-
rendered a passport at
the bond hearing, he had
a second one he didn't
report.
Lester.. dismissed that
concern as the equivalent
of someone who has lost a
driver's license, applies for
a new one and then finds
the old one.


In this April 20 photo,, George Zimmerman (left) answers a
question fronmattorney Mark O'Mara during a bond hearing in
Sanford.


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Player of the Year: Nick Breeden, Malone


Michael Mader, Marianna


Jared Padgett, Graceville


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Players honored

From wirereports

The Jackson County Floridan
presents theTerrific lOAl-Coun-
tybaseball team for 2012.
Ten boys were picked from
Jackson County schools based
on their performance during the
2012 high school season.
The Player of the Year was
voted on by the five county head
baseball coaches.
# Player of the Year
Nick Breeden, Malone
Breeden was the leader on
the field from the mound and
the plate for the Tigers- this sea-
son, leading Malone in batting
average (.436), hits (34), and
RBIs (24), while also leading the
pitching staff with seven wins, 78
strikeouts and 611/3 innings.
The senior right-hander also
,posted a 1.14 earned run aver-


age and helped lead the Tigers
to a.20-win season and a playoff
berth.
)) Michael Mader, Marianna
The left-hander had a domi-
nant senior season 'on the
mound, posting a 6-3 record with
a 0.79 ERA, 99 strikeouts to just
14 walks, and .145 batting aver-.
age against in 62 1/3 innings.
Mader pitched the Bulldogs
to victories over Walton in the
district tournament and Florida
High in the first round of the 4A
playoffs, tossing 13 scoreless in-
nings with 23 strikeouts and two
walks.
a Jared Padgett, Graceville
Just a freshman, Padgett
emerged as Jhe ace of the Ti-
gers' pitching staff, going a per-
fect 8-0 on the year with a save,
a 1.83 ERA, 85 strikeouts to 33
walks, and a .082 batting average
against in 45 2/3 innings.
The left-hander also batted
.293 with a home run, three dou-


bles, two triples, 16 RBIs, and 17
runs.
) John Locke, Sneads
The Pirates' senior was a dou-
ble threat in 2012, leading the
Sneads offense with a .402 av-
erage to.go along with a home
run, 12 doubles, three triples, 16
walks, 17 RBIs, 22 runs, and 18'
stolen bases, while also serving
as the ace of the pitching staff. :
Locke pitched 56 innings
and posted a 2.14 ERA with 40
strikeouts, 16 walks, and a 6-3
record.
) Trent Jackson, Cottondale
Jackson was a senior leader for
the Hornets this season, lead-
ing the team in batting average
(.389), hits (28), and on-base
percentage (.511), while also
driving in 18 runs, scoring 23
times, and posting a .458 slug-
ging percentage.
He also pitched 211/3 innings,
posting a team-best 2.95 ERA
with 26 strikeouts to eight walks,


as well as a win and two saves.
A Austin Branch, Marianna
Branch batted .324 with 24
hits, 13 RBIs, 16 runs, a double,
a triple, and a .400 on-base per-
centage, while also contributing
on the mound with three wins
and a save, with a 2.58 ERA in 21
1/3 innings.
S) Aaron Green, Sneads
The Pirates' shortstop batted
.350 on the season with a home
run, seven doubles, a triple, 15'
RBIs, 27 runs, and 13 stolen bas-
es, while committing just four
errors all year.
) Jonathan Sikes, Malone
The Tigers' sophomore batted
.397 in 2012 with 29 hits, seven
doubles, 18 RBIs, 29 runs, 24
walks, 16 stolen bases, and a.569
Son-base percentage, while post-
ing a 5-2 record on the mound
with a 1.20 ERA and 37 strikeouts
to 13 walks in 35 innings.
) Austin Lombardo, Sneads
Lombardo did double duty as


a pitcher and catcher for Sneads,
leading the team with a 1.50 ERA
to go with 37 strikeouts, 19 w alks,
and a 4-3 record, and throwing
out 90 percent of base stealers.
Offensively, he batted .311 with
28 hits, five doubles, a triple, and
12 RBIs.
) Bradly Middleton,
Marianna
The senior led the Bulldogs
with a .342 batting average with
team highs in hits (26), runs (19),
and stolen bases (7), while also
driving in 10 runs and posting a
.425 on-base percentage.
Second Team
.Clayte Rooks, Marianna; Ryan
Morrissey, Cottondale; Brandon
Moats, Sneads; Clay Jenkins,
Graceville; Wesley Spooner, Cot-
tondale; Devin Cassidy, Gracev-
ille; Robert Orshall, Malone;
Devin Hayes, Sneads; Zac Da-
vis, Marianna; Hayden Hurst,
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Celtics beat Heat to pull to 2-1 in East finals


The Associated Press

BOSTON Doc Rivers knew
there was little to say to Rajon
Rondo after the Celtics point
guard scored a career-best 44
points in Game 2 of the Eastern
Conference finals.
After Boston lost that one, Riv-
ers couldn't resist offering one
piece of advice: It starts with
Kevin Garnett.
"Throw it up in the air, Kevin
will go get it," the Celtics coach
said he told Rondo. "The only
thing we told him offensively
was we had to get Kevin involved.
Other than that, just go play."
Garnett did get involved, scor-
ing 24 points many of his
baskets off lobs into the paint
- and grabbing 11 rebounds to
lead Boston to a 101-91 win over
the Heat on Friday night that cut
Miami's lead in the best-of-seven
series to 2-1.
Paul Pierce added 23 points
and Rondo followed his Game
2 performance'with 21 points
and 10 assists to help the Celtics
avoid falling into a 3-0 hole after
dropping the first two games in
Miami.
Game 4 is tonight in Boston.
"They defended their home
court," Rondo said. "In a couple
of days, we'll do the same."
LeBron James scored 34 points,
but the NBA MVP and the rest of
the Heat went cold during a 7-
minute stretch at the end of the
first quarter and the beginning
of the second, when Boston went
on a 15-0 run to turn a six-point
deficit into a nine-point lead.
The Celtics extended it to 24
early in the fourth quarter before
Miami cut it to 95-87 with help
from three 3-pointers by Mike
Miller. But James had a turnover
and missed a 3-point attempt in
the last 2 minutes to squelch the
Heat's hope of a comeback.
"You're trying to fight back
the whole time," said James,
who scored 16 points in the first
quarter but just four with one
rebound and one assist in the


Boston Celtics forward Paul Pierce (34) drives against Miami Heat forward Shane Battier (31) during the first quarter of Game 3 of the NBA Eastern
Conference finals in Boston on Friday. At left are Celtics forward Kevin Garnett (5) and Heat center Ronny Turiaf (21). Boston won 101-91.
.


fourth. "We made a run, but it
was too much."
Miami still trailed by eight
points with the ball when Dwy-
,ane Wade missed and Ray Allen
grabbed the rebound, sending
Rondo on a fast break that made
it a 99-89 with 1:39 to play. James
threw the ball away underneath,
then missed a 3-point attempt
the next time down one of
only four shots he took in the
fourth quarter.
Pierce found Garnett for a long
jumper at the other end, and
the teams began emptying their
benches.
Coming off his 44-point effort
in Game 2, in which he played
every second of regulation and
overtime, Rondo was 9 for, 16
from the field and grabbed six
rebounds. Rivers said there was
little he wanted his point guard


to change.
"I'm like a pitcher throwing a'
no-hitter: you stay away from
that joker," Rivers said. "The guy
scored 44 points, what can I pos-
sibly tell him?"
Mostly: Get the ball to.Garnett.
With Garnett posting up un-
derneath the rim, Boston. out-
scored Miami 58-46 on points in
the paint.
"He (Rivers) kept preach-
ing to just throw it up to him,"
Rondo said. "They went small;
and no one can jump as high as
Kevin. He stood up to the rim,
and he went up and got most of
them."
.Marquis Daniels led Boston's
reserves with nine points and
five rebounds in 18 minutes.
Wade scored 18 points and
Mario Chalmers had 14 points
and six assists for Miami. Shane


Batter was scoreless, missing all
six shots, and Ronny Turiaf had
three points while tangling with
Garnett under the, basket for
much of the game.
The. Celtics center, appearing
rejuvenated duringthese playoffs
at the age of 36, got called for an-
other technical foul for a violent
elbow but otherwise seemed to
be enjoying himself. While wait-
ing to inbound the ball in the
second quarter, he high-fived a
young child sitting courtside in a
No. 5 Celtics jersey.
At the other end, afterbehind
slammed hard to the court by
Udonis Haslem, Garnett gingerly
rolled over'onto his stomach be-
fore extending his arms to ease
himself off the court. Down and
up he went, pushing.off the floor
on his knuckles eight times for
some postseason pushups.


"I'm getting crap about my
form, but I want people to
know it's because it was on my
knuckles," Garnett said. "That's
old school. My uncle taught me
to do pushups on my knuck-
les. That's some Army-Navy
stuff."
Wade was 9 for 20 from the
field and did not shoot a free
throw in the game. James, who
shot 24 free throws in Game 2,
making 18, was 1 for 5 from the
line..
James hit seven of his first nine .
shots, before making one of the
next six. That helped Boston
score the last eight points of the
first quarter and the first seven
of the second to turn a six-point
deficit into a nine-point lead.
Much of it came with Keyon
Dooling and Daniels on the
court for Boston.


Earnhardt looks to put winless streak behind him


The Associated Press

DOVER, Del. Dale
Earnhardt Jr. is hoping to'
pick up the next memo-
rable victory for Hendrick
Motorspprts..
First, Jimmie Johnson
raced to owner Rick Hen-
drick's 200th win. Then
Kasey Kahne earned his
first victory with Hendrick
in the Coca-Cola 600.
Next? Well, Eamhardt
brings his bewildering
141-race winless drought
into Sunday's Sprint Cup
stop at Dover International
Speedway.
While his teammates
take turns playing hot po-
tato with .the checkered
flag, Earnhardt is stuck
wondering when his time
will come.
"I'm. not competitive
on the race track with my
teammates at all," he said,
"but when you see those
guys win, you do wish it
was you going to Victory
Lane."
He can stop the streak
with his first win on Dover's
1-mile track since 2001.
Much like the overall arc of
his career, his more recent
runs on the concrete have
been cruel. He did post a
third-place finish in the:
May race last season, but
otherwise failed to finish


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Drivers Dale Earnhardt Jr. (left) and Jimmie Johnson chat in
the garage during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
race at Dover International Speedway on Friday in Dover, Del.


better than 20th in four of
the last five races at Dover.
Earnhardt ,takes some
solace in the fact he's been
consistently .strong this
season and is parked in
fourth place in the points
standings. He has two run-
ner-up finishes in the No.
88 and nine top 10s in 12
races after he had 12 top
10s all of last season.
The cable channel Speed'
posted,,"Dale Jr. inching
closer to first win this sea-
son," during Friday's Cup
practice.
He's getting close.
But no one connected
with the sport has to tell


Earnhardt close is not
enough. He has to win.
Earnhardt has dissected
the streak over the last
four years and knows ev-
erything from bad luck
to strategy to ability have
played a role in keeping his
career win total stuck on 18
since 2008. Earnhardt, who
had the third-best speed
in Friday's final practice,
boasts the confidence of a
champion this season be-
cause of the strong finish-
es, great cars and a healthy
relationship with crew
chief Steve Letarte.
. Plus, he's the top
Hendrick driver in the


standings. Earnhardt is
18 points behind leader
Greg Biffle, Johnson is
fifth, Kahne 15th and Jeff
Gordon 22nd not quite
the Hendrick dominance
that's often expected from
a sterling organization
with 201 wins in their rear-
view mirror.
Hendrick would love
all four of his cars in the
Chase for the Sprint Cup
championship.,
"I felt like all four cars
have been really strong
from the start of the year,
and once Jimmie broke
through at Darlington and
won that race, we've been
able to go on a little roll,"
Kahne said. "So I think our
cars are great. The teams
are working really well to-
gether and I've enjoyed be-
ing part of that."
Earnhardt sees this sea-
son as the one where he
can make a serious run at
winning his first champi-
onship. Earnhardt's career-
best finish in the Sprint
Cup standings was third
in 2003. Under the Chase
format, he finished fifth in
2004 and 2006, and made
the field in 2008 his
first season with Hendrick
-- and last year when he
finished seventh.
"We're trying to make
one," he said. "We're


trying to put ourselves in
the Chase, and we are go-
ing to try to be one of the
strongest teams when that
time comes. I wouldn't call.
ourselves a contender, but
we got.a chance to be one
this year the way we are
doing it."
NASCAR's most popular
driver has felt close to win-
ning before and satisfying
his massive and support-
ive fan base.
Instead, he's the one of-


fering handshakes and
congratulations to his
teammates.
"We've been wanting
to win for so long," Earn-
hardt said. "It's a good
thing. I think it motivate
you to work harder, and try
to find Victory Lane that
much harder if at all pos-
sible. It doesn't have really
a negative effect on me or
the team when those guys
go out and win. But, you
do wish it was you."


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College Football Meetings


SEC supports playoff that includes best 4 teams


The Associated Press

DESTIN College footballs
most dominant conference has
its wish list for a playoff.
The Southeastern Conference
took an official stance on a pro-
posed four-team playoff Friday
as school presidents and athletic
directors voted unanimously
to support having the four best
teams play for the national title.
The league doesn't want a play-
off to include ties to conference
champions.
"If we're going to go to a four-
team playoff, which I anticipate
we are, it needs to be and the
fans would expect us to provide
the best four teams in the coun-
try," SEC Commissioner Mike
Slive said. "And if people aren't
happywith the current system of
how we rank them, then let's go
back and look at the system that
creates one through four.
"I'm very open to looking at
how we would do that, whether
it's a committee or a different set
of data points. But I think you
go back to the source of the is-
sue rather than dealing, with a
byproduct of the issue and end
up gerrymandering whos going.
to be'playing for the national
championship."
It makes sense that the pow-
erhouse league, which has won
six consecutive Bowl Champion-
ship Series titles, would want a
best-four format. That gives the
SEC the greatest chance to get
two teams into the tournament
on any given year.
"I don't think that vote was tak-
en because it's going to be best
for this league," Florida athletic
director Jeremy Foley. "It may


S. ItASSUUIAIED PRESS I ILE
In this May 27 photo, Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive
appears during an NCAA college baseball game at the SEC tournament
championship in Hoover, Ala.


turn out that way, but it all goes
in cycles. I think the thought is if
you're goingto have playoff, you
want the four best teams. There
wasn't one comment, 'Well, this
is best for us, this is best for the
SEC.' I think the thought'is that's
what's best for college football
and a thought that that's what
the public wants."
It's not what other conferences
want, though. The Big Ten, the


Atlantic Coast Conference, the
Big East and the Pac-12 all want
versions of a playoff that would
guarantee at least some confer-
ence,champions p spot in the
field. The Big 12 has sided with
the SEC.
"Everybody every now and
then has to'give a little to make
something work," Georgia
president Michael Adams said.
"You've got to quit thinking, in


my opinion, how the world has
been. You have to start thinking
about the fact that this is a new
day with a new set of rules."
The SEC would like to see the
semifinal games played within
the current bowl structure and
have the championship game
bid out separately as a stand-
alone game that could rotate
between some of the nation's
largest venues much like the
NFLs Super Bowl. Separating
the semifinals and the title game
likely would generate more tele-
vision revenue than packaging
them together or keeping all
three in the bowl system.
Slive and school presidents
talked about potential outcomes
from those meetings, but they
declined to say whether the SEC
would accept anything short of a
best-four format.
"We have some we like better
than others," Slive said. "Theres
a lot of discussions to be had, a
lot of thinking to be done. We
know exactly what were inter-
ested in doing.and as we move
ahead we'll make that clear at
the appropriate time' and the
appropriate place:"
The league also voted Fri-
day .to keep its current football
scheduling format known as 6-
, 1-1, a move that will maintain
longstanding, cross-division
rivalries like Alabama-Tennes-
see and Auburn-Georgia on an
annual basis. LSU and South
Carolina opposed keeping the
designated, rivals, arguing that a
more equitable conference slate
would be to rotate non-division
opponents on a regular
basis.
Teams, will play six division


teams annually, have one per-
nranent crossover rival and one
game that rotates among the
other six teams. There was one
change to the current model,
with South Carolina and Arkan-
sas ending its designated rival in
favor of recent expansion. New-
comers Missouri and Texas A&M
were paired with Arkansas and
South Carolina, respectively, as
cross-over rivals.
Also Friday:
) The SEC voted to move to
an 18-game league schedule for
mens basketball. Teams will play
one permanent rival home and
away annually, play four rotat-
ing opponents home and away
annually and play eight games
against remaining opponents
home or away. The designated
rivals are Alabama-Auburn,
Arkansas-Missouri, Florida-
Kentucky, Georgia-South Caro-
lina, LSU-Texas A&M, Missis-
sippi-Mississippi State. and
Tennessee-Vanderbilt.
a The SEC voted to keep a 16-
game league scheduled for wo-
mens basketball.
S The SEC expanded its men's
and women's basketball tourna-
ments to include all 14 teams
and will be played over five days.
The top four seeds will get dou-
ble byes.'
) Slive announced that Mis-
sissippi Chancellor Dr. Dan
Jones has been appointed as
chair of an SEC working group
to evaluate concussions in all
sports.
) The SEC voted to add eques-
trian as a sport. It will start in
2012-13, with Auburn, Georgia,
South Carolina and Texas A&M
fielding teams.


Incoming Big 12 commish against paying athletes


The Associated Press

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -
Bob Bowlsby will have his
hands full the next couple
of months.
The incoming Big 12
commissioner is finishing
up his tenure as athletic
director at Stanford, hop-
ping on a plane after wrap-
ping up a series of meet-
ings with his new league
in Kansas City on Friday
so that he could attend
the Pac-12's annual spring
meetings.
He will officiallytake over
at the Big 12 on June 15,
and get in about a month
of work before flying to
London, where he'll have
responsibilities as a mem-
ber of the U.SI Olympic
Committee.
"Let it suffice to say that a
trip to London is not going
to be most convenient," he
said.
Especially with so many
pressing issues facing the
conference.
There are questions
about the future of college
football's playoff structure,
and whether the bowl sys-
tem will be dismantled.
Televisionnegotiations will
be front and center, and
Bowlsby has yet to meet
much of the Big 12 staff
or visit the conference's 10
current schools.
"I expect I'll get to every
campus within 30 to 60
days," he said.
Sounds like an ambitious
schedule.
There was little news
out of the final day of the
Big 12 meetings, though
Oklahoma State president
Burns Hargis announced
that approximately $19
million will be distributed
to each member for the
2011-12 year from media
rights deals, the aggregate
representing an all-time
high.
That figure includes the
withdrawal fees for Texas
A&M and Missouri, which
join the Southeastern
Conference on July 1, Part
of the exit fee money was
also used to finance a $10
million loan to West Vir-
ginia, which is leaving the
Big East to join TCU as new
members of the Big 12.
Otherwise, Bowlsby
mostly reiterated the
stance of presidents and
athletic directors.
He said that the Big 12
supports a four-team
playoff consisting of the
highest-ranked teams to


determine college foot-
ball's national champion,
rather than a plus-one
model that has new legs
after the Big 12 and SEC
announced the formation
of the so-called Champi-
ons Bowl.
There is also a four-team
model in which confer-
ence champions play an
integral part, which has
been supported by Pac-12
commissioner Larry Scott
and others.
S"I suppose that I have
been back and forth a
bit, relative to conference
champions versus highest-
ranked four," Bowlsby said.
"For the Big 12, the high-
est-ranked.four is a good
thing. It's a good example
of where I think there
needs to be compromise
moving forward."
Another area where com-
promise will be needed is
the selection criteria.
While the current BCS
standings, which combine
computer ratings with hu-
man polls, are almost uni-
versally panned, there are
some leagues such as the
Big 12 that favor a selection
committee to determine
the four best teams. Others
favor a combination of dif-
ferent formulas..
"I don't think the idea of
a four-team playoff is hard
to comprehend. The de-
tails come into site selec-
tion, team selection and
how you develop the rank-
ing system," acting Big 12
commissioner Chuck Nei-
nas said. "There has to be
transparency so the public
feels they're somehow in-


volved, and that helps-to
create interest.
"The one thing we want
to underscore again is the
importance of the regu-
lar season. 'That's been
foremost in our minds,"
he added. "There has not
been a eureka idea that
we've found the perfect
ranking system. That is a
work in progress,,and there
are a number of ideas."
Bowlsby also agreed with
Big 12 presidents and ADs
who voiced their support
this week for a 10-team
league in which football
and basketball teams play
a true round-robin sched-
ule, though he acknowl-
edged that there is always
the chance for future
expansion.
"When it's right, we'll
know it's right," Bowlsby
said, "and 'in the mean-
time, there's not a thing
wrong with the 10 we
hdve."
The other significant is-
sue Bowlsby addressed
was stipends. He was
steadfastlyagainst propos-
als that have been floated
for paying up to $4,000 per
year to, student-athletes,
pointing out that there are
other avenues in which as-
piring athletes can play for
pay.
"We should never do
anything to establish an
employee-employer, rela-
tionship," Bowlsby said.
"There are places you can
go and play for money,
but colleges and universi-
ties are not among them.
This is an educational,
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the league's board of direc-
tors, was even more force-
ful in his opposition to sti-
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revenue-producing sports
such as football..
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idea," Hargis said. "These
student-athletes are pro-
vided scholarships in many
cases, and they're eligible
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Mayweather surrenders to begin jail sentence


The Associated Press

LAS VEGAS Floyd May-
weather Jr. turned himself in Fri-
day in a Las Vegas courtroom to
begin serving a three-month jail
sentence for attacking his ex-girl-
friend in September 2010 while
two of their children watched.
The undefeated five-division
champion said nothing as he
stood in a gray sweatsuit and
sneakers before a judge who
credited him with fulfilling com-
munity service requirements
she imposed in December, then
watched as Mayweather was
handcuffed and taken awhy.
Justice of the Peace Melissa
SaragosahadallowedMayweath-
er to remain free long enough to
headline a.May 5 fight.
Mayweather pleaded guilty in
December to reduced domestic
battery charges in a hair-pull-
ing, arm-twisting attack on the
mother of three of his children.
The plea deal avoided trial on fel-
ony charges that could have got-
ten Mayweatherupto34 yearsin
prison if he was convicted.
"He'll be all right," lMa-weather.
friend, rapper 50 Cent, told re-
porters outside the courthouse.
Las Vegas police say that as a
high-profile inmate, Mayweath-
er probably will serve most of his
time away from other prisoners
in a small solo cell.
Mayweather, who goes by the
nickname "Money," will-have a
cell about one-third the size of a
small boxing ring. His stint in the
high-rise Clark County Deten-
tion Center is expected to limit
his ability to train for another
fight:
At least for the first week, May-
weather will be segregated for
.his protection from the other
3,200 inmates in the downtown
Las Vegas facility, police Officer
Bill Cassell said this Week.
Mayweather won't' have a
TV in' his cell, and Cassell said
televisions in jail dining areas
probably won't carry the June 9
pay-per-viewWBO welterweight
fight between Mayweather rival
Manny Pacquiao and Timothy
Bradley at the MGM Grand Gar-
den arena.
The judge -sentenced May-,


Floyd Mayweather Jr. (right) walks into court escorted by his attorney Karen Winckler (center) and 50 Cent (left) to begin his 90-day jail term, Friday in
Las Vegas. The undefeated five-division champion surrendered Friday before the judge who sentenced him in December for attacking his ex-girlfriend in
September 2010 while two of their children watched.


weather on Dec. 22, then later
allowed him to remain free long
enough to fight Miguel CottQ on
lay 5 in Las Vegas.
lN ayweather was accompa-
nied into the ring by entertain-
ers Justin Bieber and 50 Cent be-
fore winning the Cinco de Mayo
weekend bout and a guaranteed
$32 million. Cotto was paid $8
million.
Saragosa said when she sen-
tenced Mayweather that she
was particularly troubled that he
threatened and hit ex-girlfriend
SJosie Harris while their two sons
watched. The boys were 10 and
8 at the time. The older boy ran
out a back door to get a security


guard in the gated community.
However, the judge accepted
the deal that had Mayweather
plead guilty to misdemeanor do-
mestic battery and no contest to
tx\o harassment charges. Pros-
ecutors dropped other charges.
lMayweather's jail stay will be
capped at 87 days, because the
judge gave' him credit for three
days previously served. It could
be reduced by several weeks
'for good behavior, Cassell said
Thursday. Mayweather also was
ordered to complete a yearlong
domestic violence counseling
program, 100 hours of commu-
nity service and pay a $2,500
fine.


Harris and the three children
now live in Southern California.
Maxyweather will be housed in
a standard administrative segre-
gation cell nolargerthan7-by-12
feet, with a bunk,' stainless steel
toilet and sink, a steel and wood
desk with a permanently bolted
stool and two small vertical win-
do\ws with opaque safety glass.
The cell will be a far cry from
Mayweather's nearly 12,800-
square-foot, two-story mansion
on a cul de sac in an exclusive
guarded community several
miles south of the LasVegas Strip.
Mayweather's home has two ga-
rages, five bedrooms, eight bath-
rooms, and a swimming pool


'and hot tub overlooking a golf
course.
Maywveather could have about
an hour a day out of his cell
with access to an exercise yard,
Cassell said. Depending on
his behavior, the boxer could
later get several hours a day
for exercise vith other inmates
also being held in protective
custody.
He'll get a standard-issue blue
jail jumpsuit with the letters
CCDC and orange slippers. May-
weather will be able to deposit
money into a jail account to
purchase snacks, soap and per-.
sonal hygiene items from the jail
commissary.


Trainer of Belmont starter


Dullahan rips newrules


The Associated Press

NEW YORK Trainer Dale Romans
criticized the New York State Racing and
Wagering Board's decision to establish a
detention barn to house Belmont Stakes
starters, sayiig regulators "think we're all
crooks."
Romans, who will saddle third-place
Kentucky Derby finisher Dullahan in an
effort to thwart I'll Have Another's bid to
become the first Triple Crown champion
in 34 years, said the decision failed to put
the welfare of horses first.
"They are not cars'that you can just go
and move from onegarage, to the next,"
he said. "These are creatures of habit.'
Theylike being where they are.
"The biggest problem we have in our.
game is the disconnect between the regti-
lators of the game and the reality of what'
goes on on the backside (barn area)."
The New York Racing Association an-
nounced Thursday that a detention
barn would open Tuesday. Trainer Doug
O'Neill said he hoped to move I'll Have
Another there as early as Monday and
had received permission for the colt's
stable pdny Lava Man to accpmpany the
Kentucky Derby and'Preakness winner
there. He also will be allowed to have his


own security guard in addition to what al-
ready is being provided.
S"The earlier we can get there, the earlier
we can settle in," O'Neill said.
Thef trainer shipped I'll Have Another,
to Belmont Park 'the morning after the
colt won the Preakness on May 19 to ac-
climate him to his new environment as
soon as possible.
O'Neill has been fined or suspend-
ed 15 times in the last 14 years. for
drug and medication-related viola-
tions. He does not believe that his-
tory has anything to do with 'the new
requirement.
"Whatever they do in a detention barn
setting, it's for everybody," he said.
Romans does not look forward to mov-
ing day lfor Dullahan.
"I think it will aggravate him. I don't
think he'll like it," he said, adding, "At the
end of the day, I don't think it will affect
the outcome of his race."
Romans, who gained his first victory in
a Triple Crown race last year when Shack-
leford took the Preakness, argued that the
detention barn is unnecessary.
"Enough has been put in place to make
sure the integrity is maintained." he said.
"We have state-of-the-art testing after
each race."


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Monday-Wednesday


NCAA Baseball Tournament Rorasaup


Georgia Tech 8, Charleston 4
GAINESVILLE Jake Davies and .
Brandon Thomas each hit a three- run
homer as Georgia Tech beat the College
of Charleston 8-4 on Friday in the NCAA
tournament.
The first two innings included 10 runs,
12 hits and two errors, and the Yellow
Jackets (37-24) emerged with a 7-3 lead.
They will move on to play either Florida,
the No. 1 overall seed, or'Bethune-Cook-
man on Saturday.
Charleston (37-21) started with five
hits in the first inning to take a 1-0 lead,
but the Yellow Jackets answered with
Davies' homer in the bottom half of the
innig.
The Cougars tied it 3-3 in the top of the
second on a two-run home'run by Marty
Gantt. Georgia Tech answered with four
runs, including Thomas' homer.
Georgia Tech reliever Dusty Isaacs (6-4)
held the Cougars scoreless over the final
5 1/3 innings for the win. Charleston will

f-


play Saturday in an elimination game
against the loser of the Florida- O
Bethune-Cookman game.
Samford 5, Mississippi State 0
TALL-IASSEE Charles Basford
pitched eight shutout innings and four
Samford teammates homered to lead the
Southern Conference champions to a 5-0
victory over Southeastern Conference
winner Mississippi State in the open-
ing game of the Tallahassee Regional on
Friday.
Brandon Miller, Saxon Butler, C.K. Irby
and Christiaan Durdaller all homered for
SSamford, which put the game away with
three home runs in the eighth inning.
Basford (10-2) scattered five hits before
giving way in the ninth to Irby, who got
the final three outs. Basford, who played
his high school ball in Tallahassee, had a
season-high 131 pitches and struck but
four.

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Age starting to show on some of MLB's teams


JON KRAWCZYNSKI
The Associated Press

ric Chavez looked
around the New
York clubhouse and
saw he had more in com-.
mon with his teammates
than the pinstripes on his
uniform.
There's a lot of salt and
pepper to go with that
Yankee blue these days;
The 34-year-old Chavez
is one of seven regulars
in the lineup over the age
of 30, and that's not even
counting 40-year-old
Andy Pettitte and 37-year-
old Hiroki Kuroda in the
starting rotation.
"We joke about it,"
Chavez said. "We're old.
We know we're old and
we're OK with that. We're
experienced."
TheYankees aren't alone
there. Some of the mar-
quee clubs in the major
leagues could serve blue-
plate specials after a game,
Sand age could be one
reason teams like the Phil-
lies, Red Sox and Angels
got off to such slow starts.
All four of the high-profile,
big-spending franchises
suffered through some
costly injuries and quite
simply looked a step slow
in the early going.
The Yankees have the
oldest roster in baseball,
with an average age of 31.5
yeais. The Phillies (31.0)
and Red Sox (30.0) are
right behind them.
There are some wrinkles
and bald spots creeping
into some of the most
recognizable faces in the
Game. The average age in
baseball this season is 29
years, 78 days, according
to STATS, LLC. That's the
highest it's been since
2005.
Some players are aging
more gracefully than
others. I
Indestructible Yankees
closer Mariano Rivera
blew out his right knee
under crazy circumstanc-
es, when his foot caught
on the warning track while
shagging fly balls in bat-
ting practice. Alex Rodri-
guez will turn 37 in July
'and has seen his produc-
tion drop sharply while
dealing with injuries to
his hip, thumb and knee
over the last three seasons.
Meanwhile, 35-year-old
Phillies ace Roy Halladay
just hit the disabled list
with a shoulder strain that
his manager fears may be
the result of a work load
that has been unmatched
over the last six years.
"Lobk at Mariano. He's
a trooper," said Red Sox
slugger David Ortiz, no
spring chicken at 36.
"Mariano is this guy you
see all the time. I don't
remember Mariano being
on the DL. He was chasing.
a fly ball like you normally
do and'Boom!' It's the
weird things you can't stop
from happening."
And as the saying goes,
you can't stop time, either.
Not even Jamie Moyer can.
The 49-year-old Colo-
rado Rockies pitcher was


This Sept. 24,2010 photo, New York Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte (center) Alex Rodriguez (left) and Derek Jeter react as the manager heads to the mound
to take Pettitte out of the game during the fourth inning of a baseball game against the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium in New York. The Yankees have the
oldest roster in baseball, with an average age of 31.5 years.


* designated for assignment
last week after becoming
the oldest pitcher to win a
game earlier this season.
-The last-place Rockies
couldn't wait any longer
for Moyer to turn things
around, and some pretty
demanding fan bases were
getting a little impatient
with some underperform-
ing stars around the big
leagues as well.
With one homer in his
first 36 games, superstar
Albert Pujols was looking a
lot older than32. His plod-
ding Angels dropped 14 of
their first 20 games before
he finally got the hang of
American League pitch-
ing, and 20-year-old Mike
Trout helped inject the
team with some electricity
during an eight-game win-
ning streak that got them
back into second place in
the AL West.
At least A-Rod has
proven durable through
the first two months of
this season, which in
and of itself is cause for
celebration.
His batting average
climbed from .222 in the
middle of April to .283 by
the end of May. But he still
managed to.hit just three
home runs last month and
hasn't looked like the force


who hit at least 30 home
runs in 15 of his first 16
full seasons;
His World Series-or-bust
Yanks were 21-21 and hov-
ering near the bottom of
the AL East on Mqy 21, but
still hanging within shout-
ing distance of the divi-
sion lead thanks in large
part, oddly enough, to a -
brilliant start from their
38-year-old captain. Derek
Jeter was hitting .336 as of
Thursday and showing no
signs of-slowing down.
"As long as you can stay
healthy I don't think you
can replace experience,"
said Pettitte, who got off to
a 2-2 start with a 3.49 ERA.
"That's huge. We've got
some age but we've also
got some guys who are in.
the prime of their career.
We have a good mixture."
Yankees manager Joe
Girardi isn't about to give
up on his veterans, and -
he figures the Yankees will
reward that faith when it
matters most this fall.
"You have to trust that
track records are track
records," Girardi said. "I
know, eventually one day
a track record isn't a track
record; that's what hap-
pens: But I don't feel like
a lot of our hitters are at
the age where their track


records should just be
thrown out."
Age is nothing but a
number to Ortiz, who is
keeping the Red Sox afloat
while he waits for younger
guys like Adrian Gonza-
lez (four homers in the
first two months), Jacoby
Ellsbury (on the disabled
list with an injured right
shoulder)and Clay Buch-
holz (7.19 ERA) to get
going. Carl Crawford has
been out all season with'
wrist and elbow injuries
and 33-year-old third
baseman Kevin Youkilis
has only played in26
games because of a lower
back strain.
"It seems like especially
in our team there's been
a lot injuries," Ortiz said.
"It's part of the game. It's
hard to keep them away. It
seems like everybody has
a little something going on


this year and that makes
it feel different for a lot of
teams."
The Red Sox were 7V2
games behind just two
weeks ago, but have crept
back into the picture
since.
The Phillies have some-
how managed to hang
around as well, despite
playing without Ryan
Howard (Achilles) and
Chase Utley (knee), all
season and getting only
modest production out
of 33-year-old shortstop
Jimmy Rollins. But now
they are really going to be
tested.
Halladay was just 4-5
with a pedestrian 3.98
ERA in 11 starts this
season and went on to the
disabled list this week for
six to eight weeks with a
strained shoulder.
"He's thrown a lot bf


bullets over his career,"
Phillies manager Charlie
Manuel said of Halladay,
who has led the league in
innings pitched four times
and topped 220 in each of
Sthe last six seasons.
Even the most optimistic
estimates have Halladay
getting back by the end
of July, but will he be the
same gunslinger he has
been for so long? And even
though the Phillies also
have Cole Hamels and
Cliff Lee in the rotation,
can they stay in the hunt
in the competitive NL East
that long?
"You canprobably more
easily, normally absorb
injuries to your everyday
players as opposed.to the
starters," Rays manager
Joe Maddon said. "We
have some starting depth
... but to get really tested
would'be more difficult."


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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN + www.jcfloridan.com


Dear Annie: My husband and I have five
adult children between us, all making a
good living. Some of our children expect
us to pay their airfare to come visit us, in
addition to picking them up at the air-
port, being their taxi service so they can
go out drinking at night and letting them
use our car. At no time does anyone put
gas in the car or even treat us to a cheap
breakfast.
During a recent visit, we made reserva-
tions for dinner with one son, his girl-
friend, their daughter (who lives nearby)
and the daughter's boyfriend. That
morning, my husband drove them to the
beach (10 miles away). They then called
to say they ate a late lunch and asked
that we push back the reservation and
that my husband pick them.up from the
daughter's house and bring them home
to change. It seems the daughter didn't
want to drive the 10 miles to our house.
I adamantly said no to my 74-year-old


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I recently saw Phoebe Cates for
the first time in "Fast Times at
Ridgemont High." What can you
tell me abqut her? C.B., Pikeville, N.C.

Answer: Phoebe Cates was born in New
York City in July 1963. She has also been
a model and entrepreneur. While a young
girl, she studied ballet. After several


Loretta Young, who won the best
actress Oscar in 1948, said, "If you
have enthusiasm, you have a very
dynamic, effective companion
to travel with you on the road to
Somewhere."
This deal is a companion for yes-
terday's or an antithesis, if you
prefer.
How should East and West play
to defeat three no-trump after
West leads the spade four: seven,
jack, king?
Some players make a takeout
double when 5-4 in the majors, but
I prefer to show, the five-card suit
immediately (especially when, as
here, West is so short in clubs, the
third unbid suit).
SNorth should raise to three no-
trump, hoping that his six winners
will be sufficient.
South should take the first trick
with his king. When you are in no-
trump, winning immediately with
the ace is usually an indication
that you are very strong in the suit;
otherwise, you would have made a
holdup play.
South starts with eight top tricks:
two spades and six clubs. So, at
trick two, he leads a low diamond
toward the dummy, hoping West is
an advocate of second hand low.
However, West knows that- de-
clarer has eight winners in the
black suits. (If East'had the spade
ace, he would have won the first
trick, not put in his jack.) .
So West must dive in with the di-
amond ace, then shift to the heart
two. When you lead a low card dur-
ing a deal, you are saying that you
have honors in this suit and are
trying to take tricks in it. East ought
to win with his ace and return the
heart three, not go back to spades.


husband. These "kids" are so self-ab-
sorbed that they think nothing of forcing.
us to accommodate their schedules with
no thought to ours. I have told my hus-
band that from now on, the kids must
rent their own car when visiting. I'm tired
of being their private chauffeur. Am I
overreacting?
SELFISH GUESTS NO
LONGERWELCOME

Dear Guests: Of course not. If your chil-
dren are old enough to have kids of their
own, they should not need to be driven
around by their parents. But we recom-
mend a tactful approach. For the next
visit, simply say, "We wish we could pick
Syou up at the airport, but it won't be pos-
sible. We suggest you rent a car so you
can have your independence." You also
can mention how nice it would be if they
treated their folks to a meal once in a
while to thank them for their hospitality.


years, she suffered a dream-ending knee
injury. Her modeling career was short,
but was said to have'been successful.
Cates' movie debut was in "Paradise"
in 1982, followed by "Fast Times at
Ridgemont High" the same year. She has
appeared in more than a dozen films,
though she hasn't been in anything since,
2001.


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CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
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CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
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who gave their lives to justice and charity." Sargent Shriver
TODAY'S CLUE: S slenbeA
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Annie's Mailbox


TODAY'S QUOTE: "You
don't have to be right. All
you have to do is be can-'
did." Allen Ginsberg


Ask Mr. Inow-it-alU
BY GARY CLOTHIER


Horoscopes

GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
Don't discount a first
impression about some
new people you meet, be-
cause it's likely to be right
on the mark.
CANCER (June 21-July
22) Being extremely re-
sourceful. and ingenious,
you're likely to fare much
better than most of your
peers. Many things that
don't make sense to oth-
ers will be clear as a bell
to you.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
Fortunately, you won't
hesitate to test any new
techniques' or proce-
dures involving' either
your social or commercial
life.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.22)
Don't turn a deaf ear on
an idea to advance your
finances that is brought
to you by a friend.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
Once again, a friend
of yours with little or no
track record may try to tell
you about something that
he or she believes would
be of immense.value to
you.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
22) An idea for which
you've been searching has
been in the back of your
mind for some time.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-
Dec.21) There is a strong
possibility that you could
meet someone new who
will. amaze you in terms
of how much you have in
common.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-
Jan. 19) If you are to
succeed in developing
a commercial situation,
you will have to effective-
ly use your smarts as well
as your experience.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) Endeavors that re-
quire both creativity and
imagination should be
extremely appealing .to
you. Don't hesitate to fol-
low your instincts with
gusto.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March
'20)'- An inquisitive ac-
quaintance could trigger
something rather extraor-
dinary for you.
ARIES (March 21-April 19)
Without plagiarizing,
you'll be extremely effec-
tive at taking the ideas of
another and developing
them to everyone's ad-
vantage. You'll make the
originator proud.
TAURUS (April 20-May
20) Pay heed to a hunch
or insight you get about a
way to achieve some fi-
nancial gains.


Wo rld
Alm-anac

Today is the,155th day of
2012 and the 76th day of
spring.
TODAY HISTORY: In
1965, Edward H. White II,
an astronaut on Gemini
IV, became.the first Amer-
ican to walk in space.
In 1979, the Ixtoc I oil.
well in the Gulf of Mexico
blew out, spilling more
than 600,000 tons of oil.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS: Jef-
ferson Davis (1808-1889),
president of the Confed-
erate States of America;
Raoul Dufy (1877-1953),
artist; Tony Curtis (1925-
2010), actor; Allen. Gins-
berg (1926-1997), poet;
Curtis Mayfield (1942-
1999), songwriter/musi-
cian;' Anderson Cooper
(1967- ), TV journalist; Ra-
fael Nadal (1986- ), tennis
player.
TODAY'S FACT: Accord-
ing to the results of the
1860 .census, the slave
population outnumbered
the free population in two
states: Mississippi and
South Carolina.


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container
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trio
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lobby
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14 Sharp-
sighted
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maybe
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21 Explosive
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food
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spindly
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trap
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gold
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33 Clear
weeds
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man
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together'
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copier
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calories
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seller? /
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reaction
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decades,
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Guinness
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of films
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cooler
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850-579-8895
English Bulldog pups for adoption, 10wks, lM,
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11 months old. Very sweet and loves children.
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Please see picture. Asking $400 firm. Please
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and circulation growth. Vajor responsibilities of this position include supervising the report-
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U PICK BLUEBERRIES!
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HOGS 375 Ibs, peanut/corn fed, 3 Gilts & 1
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Degree in related field preferred.
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1BR 1BA in Cypress, newly remodeled,
water/sewer/garbage incl. free laundry mat,
no elect. dep. req. $450 +dep 850-209-1351/
573-6062
2\1 CB Home CH/A C'dale $425
3\1 CB Home CH/A, C'dale $575 Dep., ref, & 1
yr lease req. on both Will accept Section 8.
850-579-4317/866-1965


2/1 Recently Remodelled. CH&A, $550 + dep.
No Pets Marianna 850-718-1165


2BR 1BA House for rent, 3029 Riverview. Safe
neighborhood, $500/mo + dep. 850-482-
8196/209-1301
4BR 2.5 BA Lakefront Brick House North of
Sneads, Boat slip and dock, large 2 car garage,
large screened back porch $950 850-526-2183
Austin Tyler & Associates *
Quality Homes & Apartments
n 850- 526-3355 4
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business"


2/1 $350,3/2 $425 located in Cypress,
water/septic/pest control included, 850-272-
2972
2/1 Located in Sneads $350/month
*) 850-573-0308 4
2&3 BRMH's in
Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595.
2BR 1 BA in Greenwood Area, $420 + $400 dep.
CH/A, water/garbage/sewer/lawn included.
850-569-1015
3/2 DW, w/jacuzzi, dishwasher, stove, fridge,
CH/A, in Marianna, Available Now,
H20/septic/lawn/ pest/garb. incl $710 + dep
850-209-1027
3/2 Mobile Homes in Cottondale. NO PETS
CH&A $500/Month $250 deposit
850-258-1594 Leave Message
3BR 2B A Singlewide, SE Marianna on
Canteburry Dr. 900 sq.ft. on 1.5 acres in the
country, W/D included, $450/mo. 850-728-3832
leave message
Lg 3/2 $550 Quiet, well maintained Park,
Water/sewer/ garb/lawn included.
Also Available 2/1 $425
4 Joyce Riley RE 850-209-7825 0
Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR Mobile Homes.,
Lot rent included. Also available,.
1 & 2BR Apts & Houses. For details
i* 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4n
Small Quiet Family Oriented Park 1, 2 & 3BR
MH's for Rent includes water, garbage, lawn
care, No Pets 850-592-1639
*Special* Mobile Home for rent between
Chipley & Cottondale, CH/A,
water/sewer/garb. incl. $500/mo
850-258-4868/209-8847
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r REAL ESTATE FOR SALE


WANTED TO BUY All Types of Timber Land
Between Dothan & Panama City
500 + Acres min. 334-470-0225

HOM S FRSL


509 Edinburgh Way
Beautiful home in Highlands with view of
golf course and lake. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
huge great room with trey ceiling, separate
dining room, great eat-in kitchen, hard-
wood floorsgas fireplace, rocking chair
front porch and screened back porch.,
Fenced yard, professional landscapirlg,
sprinkler & security systems.
2 car garage. $235,000.
Call Jim Whittum 334-791-7510


RECREATION


SArctic Cat 550 4WD. Like new. Must see. only
has around 100 miles on it. Always kept in-
doors. Lots of extras. Call 334-798-2356 if inter-
ested, $7,000
EZ-GO Golf Cart, Seats 4,
New Batteries, $2975
Call for more
information 334-648-3747

YAMAHA-4 Wheeler-250 Bear Tracker, Low
Hours, Like New 'Condition, Extra Clean,
$2,300 334-687-3394


'95 Javelin fiberglass,
50hp Evinrude I live
well, electric anchor,
trolling, mtr, fish finder.
Boat is safe & Exc. Cond. Great fishing Boat!
$3000. Calli 334-701-2596
Boat, 14ft Aluminum John Boat, 9V2 Johnson
Motor;trailer, $1200 OBO 850-594-1024



Xtreme Packages'From4,995

Boats All Welded
UORts All Aluminum Boats
www.xtremeindustries.comn
85-57950 oifyF


Grady White'11 257CC, twin 150 Yamahas
30 hrs. alum. trailer, electronics Garmin 4210
& VHF radio, NEW,.show room cond.
$80.000. 850-248-5966. '


.2- Skeeter Bss Boat, 20',
1990, 200 Yahama Motor,
Jack Plate,.Skeeter
Tandem Trailer, Motor
Guide Trolling Motor,
Boat Cover, $5000. 334-389-0946
SKI BOAT-
S Correct Craft Ski-
Tique Alum. Trlr. 5.8
LTR V/8 Inboard
$13,900
334-370-3091

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2004 Sonnybrook Solanta Travel Trailer, 28 ft, 1.
slide out, excellent condition, no smoking,
$6000 850-593-6408


Allegro 2005 38ft:
3 slides, auto leveling,
In-motion Sat. & Home Thea-
ter system, washer/dryer,
central Vac., King bed and
hide away queen sofa bed,
3 Tv's & DVD. Too many to list. Exc. Cond.
No Pets or Smoking_$. 35,000. 850-294-3792


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'72 VW Beetle 17,000 mi. will need battery
charged & a tune up, roadworthy. all upkeep
invoices for new owner. $3,300. OBO OR .
'68 VW Beetle w/ factory roll back moon roof
(working) this is a project car. Parts include:
new headliner for 'rollback roof", seat covers,
new rubber, running boards, new fenders, new
bumpers f&b, glass, pop-out rear windows &
much more. $1800. OBO OR $3.900 for BOTH
includes also new tires for both (Sea.)
w/ current warranties. 4 334-673-2999.


GMC'57 Half Ton, original
6 cylinder, short bed ,.270
engine, straight shift on
column. 1-owner, father &
son. Runs very well. No
smoke. Partially body restored in 2001. Red in
color. No known rustthrough. Serious offer or
inquiry only please. $9,950 OBO 334-678-1488


GMC 2000 Jimmy, 4 wheel
drive good, motor good,
transmission good, bent-
frame and crack radiator, in-
terior good. Will sale whole
car and/or parts. Call Justin
at 1-850-272-8335. $800


BUMPER 2 BUMPER
RESTORATION
810 E. Town Avenue
:*GENEVA;ALABAMA*
.. Next to Ron's Firestone
334-684-1001
PAINT AND BODY, REPAIR, CLASSIC
CAR/TRUCK REPAIR, AND RESTORATIONS, SPRAY IN'BEDLINERS
S"We paint anything from a steamboat to a billy goat! "


S Chevy'05 Impala
Gold, $5999.00
334-714-2700


,- Ford 1998 Ranger XLT.
Southcountrymotors.com in
Graceville is celebrating it's
Grand Opening! 9628th Ave,.
Graceville, FL 32440
.- :' Ranger XLT Supercab! $3,595
or make offer! 172,000 mi.,
850-524-5320; mario@southcountrymotors.com







Hyundai '10 Accent ,'Rebuilt. 28k Miles,
Automatic trans. with overdrive: 'Red,
Power Steering, Power Brake, Power Door
Locks, Power Mirrors, Sunroof, Alloy Wheels,
AM/FM XM Radio, Brand New Tires, Brand
New, Inside and Out. $7999. 334-55T-1753
Jeep 2005 Wrangler, 88,000 miles, 6 cylinder, 4
wheel drive, Manual 6 speed transmission, A/C,.
New Tires, New Soft Top, New Seat Covers,
New Bikini Top, AIM/FM/CD. Price $11,900.
Call: 334-796-5036

Lexus '04 RX330, 35k miles; Sunroof, Silver
Metallic, seats 5, LOADED, Garaged, V-6
Non-smoker, Leather, Excellent Condition,
$19,800 334-791-3093 0or334-678-9271


i -t Lincoln '97 Towncar,
S Executive Series, 4-door,
S needs a/c compressor,
Teal Green, Very Nice Car.
Michelin Tires,
Asking $2500 334-793-4714
Mini Cooper 2009 Clubman I bought this new
,in March 2009 and had a lot of options on it. lt
has 30,20.0 miles on it. It has a,13.3 gal tank,
and get's 32 mpg/city and 38-40 mpg highway.
It is in excell. cond. No dings, scratches on it.
Call W.D. with any questions 334-300-7290, or
email at wdparker@centurytel.net, $21,000
Mitsubishi 2000 Montero
.*- Sports LS 4x4 Price just re-
*--r duced, fully loaded, $5,295!
One owner, 142,692 miles.
962 8th Ave, Graceville, FL
32440 850-524-5320
mario@southcountrymotors.com
Southcountrymotors.com in Graceville Grand Opening Sale!
Toyota '02 Solara: Red convertible, new top,
lots for extra & very nice, fully loaded, 145k
miles. $5000. Call 334-596-5032


Harley Davidson '08
FXSTB Night.Train,
18.200 miles, 1-Owner, ex-
cellent condition, photos
available. $11,000
334-798-3247 or 850-217-1647.

Harley Davidson'08 Soft Tail Custom
black in color 4,800 mi. Vances & Hines Pro
pipe, High Performance filters, new battery,
lowering kit, 4-helments, Racing Tuner
asking m $11500. 334-701-6968.
STroyarea. 1-owner


2009 Kymco Grand Vista 250. Only 180 Miles.
Gets 68 miles to a gal. of gas. White, garage
kept, beautiful bike. $2300 firm. 334-718-0565


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2007 Chevy Tahoe LT Fabulous deal on the ul-
timate SUV! Burgandy red with tan Leather in- i an SwA llg's
terior, Captains seats second row, 3rd row
seating, Bose sound w/ MP3 adapter, rubber REAL TATE
floor mats. One owner. Has never had any me-. REAL ESTATE
chanical issues, runs like a dream! $17,800 5035 Hwy 90
Milage: 117,000 703-895-8110 or 334-406-3046 arinn FL 32446
Can be seen at the Ft. Rucker Lemon Lot Marianna
r- Nissan '02 Xterra
$6999.00
334-714-2700


__Cresh Harrison 850-482-1700
Saturn '07 VUE Hybrid Stacy Borges 850-573-1990
$8999.00, 33 MPG REDUCED $109,900




Toyota'07 FJ Cruiser, Black, Sport Package, a miner airX .21s sr
Has Navigation, Backup Camera, Flood Lights, ;Efeun cKn IIAlKISNsoN i 8"50 2 '1 i 'l....e n
49k Miles, n Excellent Condition, Satellite radio GE MEADOWS



installation possible, Ipod Dock, CD/DVD SKING $33933 on in
334.71: 4x4, 5 cycle, J 'ioff kvlithe
1I ..& Bump Nose Road
vhoe is ready to move
This home offera
PA with app-a 1258 sq
Toyota 07 FJtCruiser, Black, Sportag ,i b h i ',, P. :-,- atics Ir ':i .,,
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cab, 112k miles.HR, ISN 8 l.... .
Asking $10,500. OBO Call 256-525-5492 . i
installation possible, Ipod Dock, CD/DVDheyenne ASKING $64.900











Truck V6 5-Speed,
player, View at LemoA/C,New irot on Wes, Long Bed,
HHHI^^^B evr92K mi. ^QR'9" ;
$250Parkway OBO 34-798-1768 or 334-791-8 691-298736
Chevrolet '04 Coloradoro ENTER YL, Ii I,., ............ 4 .a vitha
.Z71: 4x4, 5 cycle, Y ','I privacy. .... .. ............... Spacious kitchen











Chevy Chevrolet'96 71 92 Cheyenne ASNG $4.9
Hunter Green i color with design GREAT STARTER
Cwheel Terve ext. cab. .' R.HOME in ity. Lim.



Great wok truck or beef it up! r llountstown. cozfi


FORD 4 F-Super ab88K miles, ver off back of home! Beingold "AS-S". Singlide
no value, bxcellentt will convey with he sale. Call for your personal showing
$lean, ne0 tires $9,500 8BO 334-355-0392 oday! MLS #24.2. Cl .e Harison or Stacy es
Chev '96 Z71 Chevomles, Ch







Ford'94 -30 dieel, 179k, Crew Cab w/flat aiLOC n. LO 82
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852 front end loader.rGWD,
I S e enclosed to a faRuily room. fIside utblity room ,Esnjo a ic o Ilxng
ara I50u rCar carport off hockofhonte! Being sold "AS-IS". Singewi.de
odge'04 F50 perab88Kmi, very mobile home on property witith a separate address.obilehomema hve





cessno vaue a d ill convey wlith the sale. Call for yr personal shoig
lean, new tires, $9,500. Call 334-72655-0393 oy MLS Ij#2463. CllC H ono Stay nge
Dodg '99 C350rdese, 1Rn God, Crewo C ll /flat RE DCE D To 1 39.
bed, White, e book4,650, 334-699-6841 8-6588
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power windows andt BAmwithan officcor 4th bedroommwithover 1700 sqfft. Enjoy thessummerdays in
the below ground pool with plenty mom left in the privacy fenced backyard! 2 Car
locks, steel storage garage, LARGE utility oom with storage cabinets. Enjoy a cup ofcoco relaxing
dtopo r infront of the wood burning fireplace. Call today because this home is going to
AC, rack on or SELL fas. MLS #245253 CAII 'STACY ERES nrCRESH HARRISON
ladders. $4,900. Call 334-726-1958 PRNGS O $206,50










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YOUR TOWING NEEDS!334792-8664







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on lots, a total of approx 3.5 acres!This home is beautiful with 1840 sq.
Sgft. porcelain tile thrus-ot, large open living mom with gas etmote fireplace
l (-rT-BODY'i ot P1 CiCL[llt. &a backporch torelaxon. Also a 48X36 pole barn to fit all youo r vehicles

for storage..T he "western" teemed area around the he a has ha separate
building for the half bath, tack room, bunk house with beds, & a saloon
that has a bar Cvith benches, fridgd and mic.rowave. Them is a picnic/fire




pit area as welPleasc e call for the additional fact shet & all he pictes
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24 HURn TOWI..NG m) 24" A79" Lige 4BR/2BA office
2equUpet ITLE43 7 9TITLE6 4off 'master bedroom!
Largely Iving area with ,
separate familI .... .. .. ,,,,I,- :.,' K ,.hen has lots of
cabinetspaco! .. ...I .. ,. :, e... withjets,&an
Guara ed office or norseryod Beai, rinna ofd. 35acreened front porch. Large deck off
Sthe breakfast a 113 Act leads to fenced yard. 2 wells & 2 septic tanks.
OAdditinal s eptic & well is sufficient for p to 4 caS pers. MLS#24544,e)
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Broker Owner/Realtor, Broker Owner/Realtor,
Licensed Agent Licensed Agent
SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES Call Us For All Your Call Us or All Your
Real Estate Needs Real Estate Needs
4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446 Real Estate Needs
(850) 526-2891 'i I. i ,,ih,,l h ,,T";" l I, K ,.. 1
Each Office Is independently Owned and Operated
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850-209-8039 Call or Text II.I.... .... 1, .. .. .. ... ..,
screened in back patio, newer dimensional shingle room, chain link backyard,, ..... ,, i .
boWSl @H in earsmluftnvrfr:pecan trees, 4 miles out of town, paved road frontage. Price: $122 900 MLS# for famii. ,. i i, i......i ...,,, ,,,.. ,, ,. , ..,i
find /igbe~JngJl .1'irifti ____________ d power pIIrI I...f ... .1"r i.i5l.'...i liri . .....i ]ii..oe p
.larli.wk potential with this property. Room for several mobile home units subject to City
approval. Price: 119,900 MLS5l246878
II, u, ,n ate in living .
m DI IN IIY. 3/2 Small A, i."l aEE!Come see
,o- wiVo nd ea3 S.It, 1i BA, office, split M .i i SEE! Come see
,,h ,, o ed On ed Ii, ,,,,,, me located ,on 12 BA open liing
"lose to all d d ceili in Ridgecreng,
l lu ose to l City s in Ridgecrest -- large dining area,
ol lll o itis. Nw Subdivison close the Florida Caverns. Grand great room with 12 ft trayed ceiling en/bedroom/office,
01 Mlli omBieS. Nw '14 ft ceilings in foyer, large dining room, gas fireplace, large kitchen with plenty ___i ndry room, 20/40
1 t' [( tpet|. MLS of cabinets, large master bedroom/bath, walking closet, landscaped, outside i i i i.. fence-all on a well
'. '. I storage building, 20 X 40 in 'ground pool, fenced. THIS IS A MUST SEE HOME! '' t. ..tment today! MLS#
Call for an appointment today! MLS# 247080 Price: $269,900 246893 Price: $129,000

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..... kitchen, brick fireplace, laundry rm, screened in 14X28 heated gunite pool
M. 'l.' :,'' lll'l ,1 ... ., i,,, ',i v.. I,,, I r garage, shop h/c, pole barn, storage shed,
II.I.' ro .i 61: i i a .: .i ...i -n, i ., .1.. I Jll.i I h u:i_ .i I, I j,. *. Inmate controlled tack room, large boat shed.
1 , "I .... I n....... 1 Ii- ...... h.,n 1 i I I. .i ., Separate office/studio with h/c, paved driveway fencing and cross fenced,
iil- I 1 i fl i il I 11 I lin,,, ''" .. . .' ..' .L" ,,,I,.,|,,,, |I,,. | ,.,,,- r,,:1. n,"r I new roof and HVAC. Price: $319,000 MLS# 244996
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r 9,500 sq ft h/c, 3 phase electric, currently being used as a Church, executive
,i i ,,,. ,-' ,,, r, a. i offices, kitchen, fully functional building throughout, recently repainted with
., .' I ., ,,,,,I11 H.I ,, J, ii" . )~'" I" ,,,,, eye appeal. Excellent location for another church, business or businesses.
S: m liMt in,..,, ll iill iii. i. i..I ,.. i,,i, O. e MS'Ou ML i 4.06B l Price: $449,000 MLS#244309
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,, .,,, ,,, 1 I w. ,,T,, Nice 1.24 wooded lot. $2,400 MLS# 246382 Reduced!!
r, ... .... ,i ..n 1 acre High and Dry. $10,000 MLS# 239499
newer liner, and pump, and newer roof. Beautiful frontage on Chipola River. M
'" . ", 'l. m 1763 Home does not requireflood insurance. Price;$159,000 MLS# 246637 MARIANNA:
l'l1 llll'O"llr roof, new 4 separate building lots..30 acres. $15,000 a lot
"le" n,,, I. 1t ,,, & cle.,ah,,i L ,n MLS#245509-245512
9I1t10) ii lrV iihOi~ tgia iD 1 Nice 20 acre vacant tract. Half cleared & half
S, .> t ......... wooded. $65,000 MLS#246140
MIS 246688 $99,500 I Excellent Location! Close to Marianna
.Ii-, -ll :, IIo,, ::, I ,, :,.- ..... .l.l I .: l. l h ,- ll. 3.9 acre mostly cleared. $17,300 MLS# 245711
Sn-Hli WillMMtUI 'li ,.It separate shower and jacuzzi. Landscaped yard with ack open air deck. NearMariland $50,000
I, l, ,d ,iiil .i..,id yourappointmenttoday! Motivated Seller! MLS 247083 Price $289,000 Beautiful c e 'lu5 e ueSprings
oru' il .,,,,I;n,l ei I"'in I PlantatioDWr I & 754 .
M :i. ..elkill81 $49ldri 00l t iii 'i wn inll iii./1i '-0,, 1.50 acres t $49,000
,i:i l ) *l"d'; lYvi.1M(- iiYli. It iI W .li: ii- I t,, ".. MLS#24ET-
S- '"'.. Great farm land/home site on 48 acres.
RENTAL PROPERTIES ,,,,, ,,,, ,,, ,,, . ,,... ii... ,,. $141,000 MLS# 242525
AVAILABLE! covered back porch,3 car garage, multiple large storage buildings for boat,
L vehicles, etc. Fenced and crossed fenced, bring the horses! Home is located GREENWOOD:
on a paved road just minutes to shopping, eating, lodging, 1-10, and Nice secluded 20 acre tract. $50,000 MLS# 246267
Waterfront Chipola River 2/1 $850 month with 1 year lease Marianna. Make an appointment today! MLS# 247092 Price: $183,000 CA LTO
Office/Retail Jackson St $550 month 2/1 Sunset Dr, $400 month. M 2 64
*Move in Special Private 15.5 acres. $62;900 MLS# 246640
MedicalOffice Space $10 per Sq ft 3rd Ave I Ir.... 6 r., GRACEVILLE:
Medical Bldg $950 month, close to Hospital Nice and private 80 acre tract. $212,500
Block Bldg Hwy 71S Blountstown $400 month + BBQ stand MLS# 245661
$300 month bedrooms, big family rom, large Florida room. MOTIVATED SELLER!
P_____rice: $89,000 MLS#246786
Excellent Commercial
Ellen Marsh, CRS ...7i,, ,i, 'in
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EducatedRealEstate. ", chain linked fenced area Property has 572 ft railroad frontage. Comes with city
net r water and city sewer, 4" well with 2 hp pump. 1348 square ft of office space, a
h,, ,,. ['" ,, ',i .' rI ,,'I r ,,,,,,T, r ,,[ I,,, ,:, ,, i, ., l i, 600 sq ft warehouse currently rented with monthly income. Current businesses
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1 r 1 ,.,,r,,. 'M JiiPr,,: 1011)00 MLS e 1 appointment only. Price: $449,000 MLS# 245402
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S. i. t31,000 sqft., many offices, large display sales floor, parts counter, warehouse
double glass doors.going out to the back patio, above ground pool, concrete space, all on 8.19 acres: This not only has location but for so many business
MLS #244973 drive way with extra large parking pad, landscaped yard. Make an appointment opportunities. Has been an established farm supply dealership for more than 2
"il : IfllAVI today! Price: $139,000 MLS# 246280 decades. Make an appointment today! ILS# 247093Price: $725,000
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i S0 "if IbLIKETHIS ONE in back covered porch, fenced in back yard, newer metal roof, with a 6 car . I, 1,, ,, ,, ,.... i. . .. ..
HIS OEcarport needs new flooring MUST SEE PICEDTO SELL!I I. .1
EN N G carpo e luring MSTSEE,PRICEDTO SELL school, state park, airport, ecerational park and so much more. Make an
NPrice: $115,900 MLS 246805 appointment to see today! Price: $165,000 MLS# 246726

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bound lane, coming up from Panama City Beach, Florida. Currently ..
a souvenir & specialty shop. Has excellentpaved parking, could be den and a large basement M # 246953 Price $74,900
used as a convenient store or many different types of businesses. i~
Also has a leased deli shoppe with an existing 3 year lease. Price: 1 ...'"'"'l '''
$395,000 MLS# 244310
Bevely Thomas, Clarice Boyette ,
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Cell 850-209-5211 Cell 859-573-1572 a b, ,r,,,,, d, ,,,r,, i, ceilings, formal dining room, huge kitchen with lots of cabinets and counter
space, breakfast area, Lots of closets for storage, 2 1/2 car carport, paved
screneLL MP.o[NT.,I N D, ehe a, .. ... s',e .. circle dive, landscaped, palm trees, azaleas, eucalyptus trees, in-ground
atte E MS5I .- .,..,. ,1.- . i'i sprinkler system. Detached building with water and electricity; could be mother-
. e a nd y arn eta loo.epache, g 'o i ni in-law suite with additional plumbing. Price: $349,00011 MS #245790
.. and out. 3 year new metal oof A detached storage building. A great buy @ only
U Ti WH \1 \$5",900 Show an time Owner will put cn new vinyl siding. MlPrice6 $59P90;
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ramp. Pasture is fenced and cross fenced, large e b ed/bon, cdicke nr ,,!I,,i
turkey houses and the pond is stocked with fingerlings plus more iri .. i HIS BEAUTIFUL
features. Must Se!! MLS-246505 $99,500P. : ...' .i.r 2 can garage,
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0 iI'u, I -, .u r..':, ,1. a beautiful fenced in backyard. Sit in the enclosed patio and enjoy the birds, MLS#246954 Pricd $324,900
,i,- ,,n 14 uu, ... ulu flowers, privacy and peaceful living. MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENTTODAY! Price: 'M M' l"
swn pus n, .. ...].,I $144,900 MLS# 246461 -+ ..,w (2005)! 3BR/
'i.,, '. ni "'.v is immaculate.
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'p..iu F....' U n, .. 1 .1 ... ..'."...... .. ... ,I ,... ... . . .. hIardwood floors,
formal dining, kitchen with nice cabinets and breakfast bar, den, .loim, h r.",'' design with
screened porch, storage shed and security system. Ready for you to [,,,,- i ....l ,, large master bath. Landscaped and irrigated yard, enclosed screened and
move-in at the REDUCED PRICE.' MLS 243922 $155,00. insulated roof covers the pack porch, just right for entertaining Located in
hardwood, tile, and carpet floor, replace, living mom den new vinyl siding big beaut fu Sprng Chase Convenient to shopping, hospitals, restaurants and
fenced backyard, large storagebuilding,41argefigtrees, etc ThisisaMUSTsee schools. This is a MUST seel Make your appointment today! MLS# 247079
hWH T DA '! home! Make an appointment today! Price: $119,900 MLS# 2461788 Price: $249,000

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MLSfor nice garde in this landscaped acres PRICE'i ." RI'"' living/dining room, lots of storage, etc. Furniture and large shed are
.ML.S 245054 $90,0800. on .. m, ,-, Duru,, AL ui I'al.uIla di, L negotiable. Minutes from Marianna. Must see to appreciate! Price:
Bring alloffers MLS 247106 Price: 312,200 $82,500 MLS# 246568


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