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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: 07/01/2012
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Vol. 89 No. 131


Nurse charged with abuse


Allegedly hit a disabled woman
From staff reports charged with one count of Attorney General.


A licensed practical
nurse at Florida State
Hospital was arrested and


* abuse of a disabled adult at
the mental health facility,
,stated a press release from
the Florida Office of the


Melody A. Melton of
Blountstown allegedly hit a
disabled woman. The press
release stated Melton tried


to give the victim medica-
tion by holding her nose
closed to force her mouth
open, slapping her face,
and pulling the patient's
hair.
If convicted of this third
degree felony,. Melton


faces up to 5 years in pris-
on and a $5,000 fine. The
State Attorney's Office for
the Second Judicial Circuit
of Florida will prosecute
this case.
Medicaid Fraud Control
Unit investigators were


informed of the alleged
abuse from the Florida De-
partment of Children and
Families' Adult Protective
Services Program.
The Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office assisted in
the arrest.


GRACEVILLE



C.H.Al .P. Camp teaches



kids football,'life lessons


MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
Anthony "Champ" Kelly talks to the crowd of kids who were attending his football camp in Graceville Friday morning.

GHS alumnus wants to motivate kids to work toward their goals


BY LAUREN DELGADO
Idelgado@jcfloridan.com
he concentration of the 95
children at this year's C.H.A.M.P
camp never faded throughout
the football drills in the scorching
heat or the motivational speeches
given by one of the 60 volunteer
coaches until it was break time. Then,
they turned back into kids again, jok-
ing with each other and their mentors.
Still, the lessons imparted to them
didn't get lost in the fun.
"It gives you something to look
forward to," said Jared Padgett, a.
Graceville High School sophomore,
of hearing his coach's stories. "It gives
you hope."
This is the third year C.HA.M.P


camp, the project of GHS alumnus .
and now director of pro personnel for
the Denver'Broncos Anthony "Champ"
Kelly, comes to Graceville. The pro-
gram has stayed the same these years
with the same good coaching and ad-
vice, but the team sees changes within
the students, Kelly said.
"You can see the progress they've
made as they become young adults,"
Kelly said.
Drills and practice for all football
positions were done simultaneously
on the GHS football field. About four
or five coaches worked with the kids
on each position. All of the coaches
volunteered and many traveled to
attend, Kelly said.
"They're coaches from different
walks of life," Kelly said.


Coach Al Hayes, the athletic director
of Honeysuckle Middle School in Do-.
than and Kelly's GHS coach, said this
is one of the best football camps he's
attended. The college players give the
kids college level football advice.
"If we can instill that in our middle
school kids by the time they get into
high school, it'll be awesome,"' Iayes
said.
J.J. Laster; a former GHS football
player and recent Jacksonville Uni-
versity graduate, spoke to the kids
on Friday about the need for a great
character to become a great football
player.
"Take what you learn from football
and use it in life," Laster said, referring
See CAMP, Page 11A


MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
Pam Fuqua, the new executive director of the
Tourist Development Council, approached
the Jackson County Commission with
equipment and software requests Tuesday
night.


TDCfunds


will equip


director's


office
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
Sdbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
Jackson County Commissioners have
approved the purchase of several items
needed by Pam Fuqua, the first-ever
Executive Director of Tourist Develop-
ment Council, as she begins her new
duties and separates the TDC into its
own niche.
INSIDE With TDC business for-
)) To learn merely managed by the
more Jackson County Chamber
about how of Commerce, the Cham-
the TDC ber used its computer'
funds will and other resources to
be used, carry out those duties.
see page Now, Fuqua explained,
11A. the TDC needs its own
.new computer equip-
ment to operate efficiently.
The board approved $4,621 worth of
computer-related purchases, which
includes a Dell Optiplex with 24-inch
monitor for $1,573, Adobe Software,
See FUNDS, Page 11A


100th birthday celebration held S


BY LAUREN DELGADO
'delgado@jcfloridan.com
Born on July 2, 1912, Susie Mayo has
seen a number of historical events and
societal changes in her lifetime. From
women receiving the right to vote when
she was just 8 years old to two world wars
to astronauts floating in space, Susie lived
through it all.
She celebrated her 100th birthday at
Jim's Buffet & Grill on Saturday, surround-
ed by friends and family.
Susie was born Jack Sexton and single
parent Bessie Elizabeth Kent Sexton. She
was one of nine children. She married Ira


Brown Mayo in 1933 and the couple had
nine children.
Her children Addis Mayo of Alford, Lon-
:nie Hancock of Panama City, Mr. and
'Mrs. Carlos Mayo of Marianna, Mr. and
SMrs. Kenneth Mayo of Phenix City, Ala.,
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mayo of Marianna
and Bill and.Bess Mayo Collins of Mari-
anna shared their mother's birthday with
her. Ira passed away in 1976, a 5-year-old
daughter Linnie passed away in 1954 and
son Marion died in 2001.
Susie's brother L.P Sexton of Baker and
her sister Sue Sexton Dilmore and, her
See BIRTHDAY, Page 11A


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MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Susie Mayo greeted a steady stream of well wishers as she celebrated her 100th birthday
Saturday.


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CONTACT US
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FAX: 850-482-4478
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com
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P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446
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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,
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Community Calendar


TODAY
a Breakfast Club 7 a.m. in the New Easter
Missionary Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, Hope
Avenue, Graceville, with guest speakers, politi-
cal candidates Jim Appleman, Lou Roberts, Willie
Spires, Kenny Griffin and Steve Benton.
) Pianist Jim Hendricks in Concert 10:30 a.m.
at the First Assembly of God Church, 4186 Lafayette
St., Marianna. Chicago State University piano
professor Hendricks performs a free concert. Public
welcome. Call 482-2800.
)) Celebration of God and Country -11 a.m. at
First Baptist Church, Sneads. Service features pa-
triotic music, an honor guard presented by the VFW,
and keynote speaker Paul Gordy, a B-17 pilot who
flew numerous missions over Europe during WWII.
) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
- 6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
(in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.).
Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

MONDAY, JULY 2
) Orientation 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the
Marianna Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742
Highway 90 in Marianna. Register for free job place-
ment and computer training; learn about services.
Call 526-0139:
a Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meeting
- 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
3975 US 90 West, Marianna, Business meetings are
fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects,
lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
Jacob City Council Meeting 6 p.m., regular'
monthly meeting. Public welcome.
a Writers' Group Meeting 6 p.m.at the Chipley
Library. Beginners, published or unpublished, all
welcome.
n Woodmen of the World Lodge 65 Meeting
- 6:30 p.m. at the DeHwood Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment. Guest speaker: political candidate Mary Carol
Murdock. Hamburgers, hot dogs and homemade ice
cream will be served. Members, bring a friend. Call
482-5255.
n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8
to 9 p.m. in the AA roorrnof First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.

TUESDAY; JULY 3
a Marianna City Farmers' Market Open at 7
a.m. in Madisbn Street Park.


n St. Anne's Thrift Store July Sale 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. at 4285 Second Ave., Marianna. Call 482-3734.
) Golson 4th of July Program -10 a.m. at the
Marianna City Farmers' Market in Madison Street
Park, Marianna. Students from the F. M. Golson
Summer Enrichment Program will perform patriotic
songs.
i Free Basic Computer Class, Part 1- 11a.m. to
3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742
Highway 90 in Marianna (Part 2 is July 10, same
time). Call 526-0139.
) EJCEDC Business of the Month 12:45 p.m.-
EDT at 321 W. Washington St. in Chattahoochee, the
EJC Economic Development Council will recognize
its July Business of the Month: James F. Melzer,
D.M.D. Call 593-6204.
a Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting
- Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna.
D Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna..Call
482-5028.
a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting.- 8
to 9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

WEDNESDAY, JULY4 '
a NRW Independence Trail Ride -7 a.m. start
(saddle up, 6:30 a.m.) at the corner of Wintergreeh
and Bowers in Bascom. Ride is 11 miles (round trip).
Lunch will be served. Call 693-3442.
' Jackson County Habitat for Humanity'
Warehouse hours: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
a Job Club 10:30 a.m. at the Marianna Goodwill
Career Training Center, 4742 Highway 90 in Mari-
anna. Learn job seeking/retention skills. No charge.
Call 526-0139.
D July 4th Fun Day Starts at noon at Sneads
Free Will Baptist Church, 7970 Davis St., Sneads,
with hamburgers, hot dogs, games and funfor all.
Call 526-4863.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
a City of Marianna July 4th Celebration 3 p.m.
at Madison Street Park, downtown, with live music,
arts, crafts, kids'activities and food vendors. The .
Magic Comedy Show will have face painting, animal
balloons, candy and a magic show at 4 p.m. Cedar
Mountain performs at 5 p.m. Fireworks start after.
sunset. Bring lawn chairs. For more information, call
718-1001.


THURSDAY, JULY5
n Marianna City Farmers' Market Open at 7
a.m. in Madison Street Park.
St. Anne's Thrift StoreJuly Sale 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. at 4285 Second Ave., Marianna. Call 482-3734.
a Orientation 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. atthe Mari-
anna Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 Highway
90 in Marianna. Register for free job placement
ahd computer training; learn about services. Call
526-0139.
a Free Employability Workshops -"EFM:'1:30 to
S2:30 p.m.; "Resume, 3 to 4 p.m.; and "Mathemat-
ics," 4 to 5 p.m. at the.MariannaOne Stop Career
Center. Call 718-0326.
a Gilmore Academy and Jackson County
Training School Reunion A 4 p.m. meet-and-
greet/registration event at the McLean Community
Center in Marianna kicks off the July 5-8 reunion.
All former students and teachers are welcome. Call
303-1551 or 482-2733.
a VFW Meeting'- 6 p.m.at 2830 Wynn St. in
Marianna. Ted Walt VFW Post 12046 and Ladies
Auxiliary meet for a covered-dish supper, followed
by a business meeting at 7 p.m. Call 372-2500.
i Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8
to 9 p.m., First-United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale-
donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

FRIDAY, JULY 6
International Chat 'n' Sip 8:30 to 10 a.m. at
the Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St.
in Marianna. Learning Center staff and their interna-
tional English learners invite the public for the
exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed
environment. Light refreshments served. No charge.
Call 482-9124.
) Free Employability Workshops "Computer.
Basics," 11 a.m. to noon; "Soft Skills:' 1:30 to,2:30
p.m.; and "Spanish II," 3 to 4 p.m. at the Marianna
One Stop Career Center. Call 718-0326.
B Reunion Parade 4 p.m. along Orange Street in
Marianna (3 p.m. line-up on Oak Street) for Jackson
County Training School and Gilmore Academy
alumni. Public welcome. Call 482-7497
a Calhoun County Veterans Event 6 p.m. at
the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement Club House
in Blountstown. Sgt. Cornelious Davis, Tuskegee
Airman and Sr. Master Sgt. James Ayers will share
WWII and Vietnam War military stories. Call 850-
674-2777.


The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
email.editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring iterhs to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.


Police Roundup


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the follow-
ing incidents for June 28, the
latest available report: One
accident with unknown injury,
one suspicious incident, three
suspicious people, one verbal
disturbance, ----
one burglary =
alarm, one "- __-
robbery alarm, CRIME
13 traffic stops,
two trespassing
complaints, one assault, one as-
sist of another agency and two
public service calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office and county fire/rescue
reported the following


incidents for June 28, the latest
available report. (Some of these
calls may be related to after-
hours calls taken on behalf
of Graceville and Cottondale
police departments): One hos-
pice death, three abandoned
vehicles, one reckless driver,
one suspicious vehicle, four
suspicious people, one highway
obstruction, one sickness/sub-
ject down, one mental illness
case, two violent mentally ill
cases, one burglary complaint,
two vehicle burglary complaint,
one physical disturbances,
one verbal disturbance, one
complaint on burning, one
dumpster fire, 19 medical calls,
one traffic crash, one burglary
alarm complaint, two fire alarm
complains, 28 traffic stops,
two larceny complaint, one
criminal mischief complaint,
one trespassing complaint, one


littering/garbage complaint,
two juvenile complaints, three
assaults, one noise disturbance,
two animal complaints, one
assist of a motorist/pedestrian,
two assists of another agency,
one child abuse complaint, one
welfare check, two transports,
one threat/harassment com-
plaint and one illegal dumping
complaint.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were
booked into the county jail dur-
ing the latest reporting periods:
) Teresa Rice, 39, 7873 Old
Spanish Trail, Sneads, disor-
derly intoxication.
)) Jeffery Selph, 42, 319 W 8th
St., Panama City, violation of
state probation.
) Emmlsslon SImmons, 36,


3070 Carters Mill Road, J-
10, Marianna, trespass after
warning.
) THina Bellamy, 24, 2989 South
Wind Drive, Marianna, ag-
gravated battery on a pregnant
victim.
) Lee Comog, 40,714 Land-
view Drive, Dothan, Ala.,
burglary.
) Demarlo Fnklea, 28, 2154
Martin Luther King St., Cot-
tondale, driving with expired
license more than four months.
) Amanda Kein, 27,418W.
Virginia St., Tallahassee, Hold
for Palm Beach County.

JAIL POPULATION: 231

To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
agency. .
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Engagements


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Mr. and Mrs. Ron Mathis of
Marianna. are happy to
announce the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Maggie Mathis, to
Jeremy Cox, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Buford. Cox, Jr, of
Graceville.
Grandparents of the
bride-to-be, are Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Ghafin, Mr. Buddy
Mathis; and the late Mrs.
Helen Mathis, all of Marianna.
Grandparents of the
groom-elect are Mrs. Frances
Sturgill and the late Mr. Isom
Sturgill of ,Rural Retreat,
Virginia and the late Mr. and
Mrs. Buford Cox, Sr. of
Mableton. Georgia.
Maggie is a 2008 graduate
of Marianna High School and
a 2012 graduate of Florida
State University, where she


s, Cox
.received her Bachelor of
Science degree in
Communication Science and'
Disorders. Maggie will be
beginning the Masters
program in Speech Pathology
at Auburn University in
August where she will also act
as a graduate assistant.
Jeremy is a 2006 graduate
of Graceville High School and
a 2010 graduate of Auburn
University, where he received
a Bachelor of Science degree
in Business with an emphasis
in marketing. Jeremy is
currently employed as a sales
representative for Verizon
Wireless in Auburn, Alabama.
The couple will wed on
August 11, 2012 in Dothan,
Alabama. Following their
wedding, the couple will
reside in Auburn.


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Tatum, Mc Waters
Ray and Darlene Tatum of working at Sneads Elementary
Marianna are proud to School, Melissa was awarded
announce the engagement and the Rookie Teacher of the
forthcoming marriage of their Year Award. Melissa is
daughter, Melissa Carol currently employed at
Tatum, to Benjamin Lavon Cottondale Elementary School
McWaters, son -of Frank and as a first grade teacher.
Julie McWaters of Bonifay. Benjamin graduated from
The bride-elect's maternal Bethlehem High School in
grandparents are the late 2003.. During high school, he
David Saye and Marilyn Saye -attended Holmes-Washington
of. Dunmore, Kentucky and Technical Center and obtairled
her paternal grandparents are a certificate of graduation in
the late Lloyd Tatum of Carpentry and Cabinetmaking
Marianna and the late Margie in 2004. Then, he attended
Engerer of Marianna. Chipola College, and received
The groom-elect's maternal his Firefighter level two/and
grandparents are the late EMT certificates in 2005. He
Lavon Tomlinson and Barbara is currently employed at Lynn
Tomlinson of Dothan, Haven Fire Department and
Alabama. His paternal Emergency services as a
grandparents are the late Tup firefighter. In 2008, he was
and Gladys McWaters of awarded the Firefighter of the
Bonifay., Year for the city of Lynn
Melissa graduated from Haven. He als6 attended Gulf
Victory Christian Academy in Coast College and Chipola
2003. She majored in College and. obtained a degree
education at Chipola College in Fire Science in 2011. He is
-and graduated Cum Laude in state and national certified as a
2005 with an Associates of Fire Inspector, Instructor,
Arts Degree. She furthered Investigator, Truck and Pump
her education at Florida State Operator, and Fire Officer. He
University and obtained a is also employed as an
Bachelor's Degree of Science independent inspector in
in Elementary Education and Holmes County.
graduated with the honors of The wedding will take place
Magna Cum Laude. After at First Baptist Church in
graduation, Melissa became Marianna on November 17,
employed as a second grade 2012 at 5:00 p.m. Invitations
teacher at Sneads Elementary will be sent out at a later date.
School for three years: While


Don't waste your time hating


W en I heard of the death
of Rodney King, the man
whose brutal beating by
the Los Angeles police years ago
started riots, I thought about his
words during the riots, "Can we all
get along?" It didn't happen with
Adam and Eve's sons Cain and Abel
during the early years of human
life, and it won't be happening until
some of us make it into heaven.,
Have you ever met a person that
you just didn't care for? During the
initial meeting there was some-
thing that didn't seem to click.
When you dislike an individual
based on your first contact with
them, there's a problem some-
where. Even if a person looks bad,
walks bad, talks terrible and doesn't
seem to know what soap and water
is, should we dislike them without
actually knowing their situation?
My parents didn't allow us to use
the word "hate" when it came to
dealing with fellow human beings.
It was alright to hate a pair of multi-
colored pants or'what we consid-
ered awkward looking shoes, but
that word wasn't used when it came
to other people.no matter what the
situation.
I understand the fact that many
of us make bad decisions when
we get to be adults that may not
coincide with the rules we were
suppose to follow while under our


parents' roof. It didn't take me very
long in life to learn that my parents
had the right concept.
.There was always a
person in school who
bragged about their
abilities, whether
scholastically, athleti-
cally or because they
Thomas were cute, had plenty
Vincent muscles or a good
Murphy deal of money. There's
a chance that most
of us will meet someone we're not
too fond of. There were definitely
people I've met that didn't sit well
with me. I found that I was wasting
my emotions for nothing, and that
just because I disliked them meant
absolutely nothing.
The ,only one feeling anything
was me, because they didn't skip a
beat, and kept on keeping on. The
word "hate" carries strong negative
connotations.
Because of hate, friendships
have been lost, marriages have
crumbled, terrorist activities are
taking place across our world and
many lives, have been lost. Coun-
tries are at war where those fighting
are simply divided by borders. They
look the same, act the same and in
some cases speak the same. Some
people say they hate others but
actually don't know where the hate
came from.


'iousee folks, it might be hard to
find quality leaders, but followers
are easy to find. Have you ever seen
situations where a friend has a dis-
pute with, or doesn't like someone
that you don't even know, but if or'
when you meet that person, they
expect you to have bad feelings
against them just as they do?
Many possible enjoyable relation-
ships have been stopped because
of someone else's opinion that you
allow to influence you. Often after
getting an opportunity to meet and
spend time with someone others
had said negative things about, the
words "I had no idea how nice he or
she really is" are spoken.
This world has enough negative
distractions that cause us discom-
fort. Using our energy and emo-
tions on unsettling feelings such
as jealousy and hate are a waste of
precious time.
One of the things that are sur-
prising to me is that many of the
people who are hated or disliked
don't even know certain people
feel that way about them. The fact
that they don't realize others have
bitter feelings for them allows them
to live their lives without the extra
burden or fear of what others are
really feeling about them. Don't let
feelings ofjealousy and hate lead
you to unnecessary high blood
pressure, stress or depression.


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Dear Readers,
Our apologies....
Dewey made a mistake.
We had some of the times
listed incorrectly for our
Children's Summer Read-
ing Program. On Monday
at the Bascom Commu-
nity Center, the program
starts at 9:30 a.m. for
preschoolers, followed
by school-age children at
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school-age at 11:15 a.m.
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ille at the Civic Center,
preschool starts at 10:00
a.m. and school-age starts
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for this error.
Also, please note that
new arrangements
have been made for our
Wednesday afternoon
Children's Summer Read-
ing Program in Campbell-
ton. Both preschoolers
and school-age will meet
from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m.

Dear Dewey,
I've been reading about
all the new books you are
getting for the children..
What about us adults?
Anything new coming
in? Avid Reader in
Graceville

Dear Avid Reader,
Thanks for asking this
question. We have so
many new books coming
in that we are sure we can
catch the interest of every
reader.
We have just ordered
over 25 bestselling titles
including "Blood Feud" by
Lsa Alter, "Spring Fever"
by Mary Kay Andrews,
"American Sniper" by
Chris Kyle and "Gone
Girl" by Gillian Flynn.
We recently ordered
over 200 books being
published in June 2012,
hot off the press. Some
of these new books are:
"Friends Forever" by
Danielle Steel, "Ice Cap"
by Chris Knopf and "Little
Night" by Luanne Rice.
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We'll order these books
and have them just as
soon as they hit the
streets. You should be able
to get the hewest of new
books from the library
and forget about those
expensive bookstores.
'If you are browsing our
catalog at the library or-
online (www.jcplfl.org),
you may notice some
books that show they are
"currently being acquired
by the library." These are
the new books we have on
order. We are trying to get
them in the catalog, even
before we physically have
them, so you know what
is coming. If you find a
book like this in the cata-
log and you can't wait to
read it, you can put a hold
on the book. As soon as it
comes in and is processed
for our shelves, you will
be notified.
We are striving to make
your reading experi-
ences easier, meet your
demands for new and
current items and update
the library shelves. Happy
reading!

Dear Dewey,
I was in the Marianna
Branch Library this week
and noticed you are mov-
ing biographies to a new


location. I love to read
biographies. Why are you
moving them? Curious
in Marianna

Dear Curious,
Thanks for asking. We
are moving all biogra-
phies and auto-biogra-
phies to a new location
within the library. They
will be shelved in alpha-
betical order under the
name of the subject of the
biography. For example, a
biography on John E Ken-
nedy will be found in the
new biography section
under "K." Specifically,
the label on that book
would read "BIO KEN,"
standing for "BIOGRAPHY
KENNEDY." This should
make it super easy for our
patrons to find the biog-
raphy they are looking for.
This is still a work in
progress. Between the
Bookmobile, the Marian-
na and Graceville branch-
es, we have hundreds
(if not thousands) of
biographies and auto-bi-
ographies to re-label and
move. We'll try to keep
you updated as to our
progress. In the mean-
time, if you are unable to
locate the biography you
are looking for feel free
to ask our staff. They'll be
able to help you.


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Other Opinion



Command




and control
T thursday's Supreme Court ruling on the
2010 health-care overhaul is likely to join
Kelo v. New London as one of its worst in
recent decades. Like Kelo, it expands the scope of
government power beyond the boundaries of the
constitution, and does so through dubious if
not indefensible means. Not only can lawmak-
ers tax your income, they can now decide how
you must spend what is left.
The high court did not capitulate entirely. It re-
jected the absurd Commerce Clause rationale for
the individual mandate. Thursday's ruling repre-
sents an appropriate rebuke to the execrable ju-
risprudence ofWickard v. Filburn. But it accepts
an equally indefensible rationale by upholding
the mandate as a proper exercise of the federal
taxing power..
Yet the mandate is not a constitutionally per-
missible tax because it does not qualify as any
of the kinds of taxes the Constitution permits
Washington to impose. It is neither a tax on in-
come, nor an excise tax, nor a direct i.e., a capi-
tated tax. If it works as designed and everyone
complies by purchasing insurance, then nobody
will pay it. What kind of tax is it that, when
functioning perfectly, collects zero revenue?
The rest of this complex ruling is important, but
less consequential. The Medicaid requirements
can proceed so long as states are not severely
sanctioned for failing to comply. The other two
questions the Court faced prematurity and
severability are.moot.
It's worth noting and many liberals have -
that conservatives once supported the individual
mandate, and indeed the Heritage Foundation
was its foremost proponent. (Likewise, Barack
Obama once strongly opposed the mandate and
denounced it during the 2008 primaries.) This is
not a constitutional point, or even a philosophi-
cal one. But it is an entirely proper rebuke to con-
servatives who can be all too eager to embrace
big government when they are in charge. They
have now reaped what they helped sow.
It's alsoworth noting that Obama voted against
the confirmation of Chief Justice John Roberts.
"I hope that I am wrong," he said at the time. "I
hope ... Judge Roberts will show himself to not
only be an outstanding legal thinker but also
,someone who upholds the court's historic role
as a check on the iilajoritarian impulses of the
executive branch and the legislative branch."
Now that Roberts has taken his side, Obama will
no doubt consider him wise. Ironically, in tak-
ing Obama's side Roberts has not exercised but
abdicated his duty as a check on the other two
branches.
In Kelo, the high court said government can
commandeer your property. Thursday's supine
surrender allows government to commandeer
your paycheck, too. Many liberal commentators
have condemned the Roberts court as activist. If
only it were.

This editorial was published in the Richmond Times Dispatch
on Friday, June 29.


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In ho-hum era, court pulls off a surprise


W ashington rarely surprises
anyone these days not
in the age of Twitter,
wall-to-wall media coverage and
strategic leaking.
When the president or Congress
Sacts, many of us react with a shake
of the head. "Ho hum. There they
go again."
But the Supreme Court proved
Thursday that government can defy
conventional wisdom, baffle the
big brains in the news business and
keep a secret. It can even do the
right thing.
In its most highly anticipated
ruling in decades, the court upheld
the constitutionality of the Afford-
able Care Act, President Barack
Obama's chief domestic achieve-
ment. The law will enable tens of
millions of Americans to get health
care. It reframes the 2012 presiden-
tial and congressional elections.
And the announcement came off
without even a drop of news in
advance.
The ruling disappointed Repub-
licans, buoyed Democrats and as-
tonished everybody- even those
covering the event.
"Supreme Court finds health care
individual mandate unconstitu-
tional" trumpeted Fox News. "Man-
date struck down," proclaimed
CNN. Other news organizations
grabbed the headlines andran with
them.
Except, of course, the court didn't
and the mandate wasn't.
Virtually no one except the nine
justices and some court employees
sworn to secrecy imagined that


MarshaMercer

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., a
staunch conservative, would join
with the court's liberal wing and
be the pivotal figure in keeping
"Obamacare" alive. The vote was 5
to 4.
The news media caught and
quickly corrected the fast and
spurious headlines, but the goofs
reflect more than the hair trigger
of today's news business. Read 193
pages of opinion? Who can devote
the time? Just spit it out in-140
characters.
But this 5 to 4 vote wasn't a
sports score. Roberts' ruling was as
thoughtful and complicated as it
was significant. He first sided with
the court's consenratives in reject-
ing the Obama administration's
main claim that the individual
mandate, which requires most
people to purchase insurance in
2014 or pay a penalty, was perniis-
sible because the Constitution
gives Congress the authority to
regulate interstate commerce. That
vote was also 5 to 4.
Then, Roberts wrote, the penalty
"may reasonably be characterized
as a tax." Congress can tax and
spend, he wrote.
And "it is not our role to forbid


it, or to pass upon its wisdom or
fairness."
When the legal challenges to the
Affordable Care Act were filed in
2010, most analysts thought the
challenges were frivolous. Opin-
ion shifted 180 degrees after oral
arguments in March, when several
justices asked tough questions of
the government's lawyer, solicitor
general Donald Verrilli.
Before Thursday, the disappoint-
ment among the law's supporters
was so keen that the blame game
for the law's demise had already
'begun. The law's supporters said
Obama, a former constitutional
law professor, and congressional
Democrats should have realized
the mandate would not pass
constitutional muster.
It did, but not instantly.
Similarly, regarding Medicaid,;
the chiefjjustice seemed at first
to say the court was throwing out
the law's major expansion of the
program that provides health care
for the poor. Instead, the court left
the expansion intact but stopped
the government from pulling all
existing Medicaid funds-from states
that choose not to participate in
the'expansion.
The health care ruling came as
more Americans doubt the court's
even-handedness. In April, only 52
percent of Americans had a favor-
able opinion of the court, the low-
est level in 25 years, according to a
Pew Research Center survey.
,Roberts, anticipating critics, em-
phasized that the court's role was
not to judge specific policies.


Judge to Obama: Non-citizens should not vote in Florida


he seemingly simple and
common sense proposi-
tion that only United States
citizens should be allowed to vote
in American elections, including
in Florida, has been endorsed by a
federal district judge in Tallahassee.
U.S. District Judge Robert L..
Hinkle, a 1996 Clinton appointee,
has refused a request from the
Obama Administration that he put
an immediate stop to Florida Gov.
Rick Scott's efforts to eliminate
non-citizens from voter rolls. The
preliminary decision does not put'
an end to the lawsuit, and an
appeal may ensue.
Scott's efforts to ensure the
integrity of the voting process has
turned into yet another political
food fight focused on the presiden-
tial election, in which Florida is a
critical swing state..
The Florida Constitution limits
the right to vote to "Every citizen
of the United States who is at least
eighteen years of age and who is a
permanent resident-ofthe state, if
registered as provided by law."
Obama, however, has decided to
advance the peculiar notion that
purging the voter rolls of ineligible
voters somehow discriminates
against those Hispanic and other
minority voters whom he expects


to vote for him in November. Ac-
cordingly, he had his attorney gen-
eral, Eric Holder, sue
the state earlier this
month to halt Scott's
audit of the more
than 11.2-million
persons registered
Angel here to vote.
Castflo jr. The federal govern-
ment's lawyers asked
for a temporary
restraining order, claiming Scott
was violating the National Voter
Registration Act of 1993, which
prohibits the removal of registered
voters in elections for federal of-
fice within 90 days of the election.
Florida is holding federal primary
elections on Aug. 14.
Judge Hinkle, however, agreeing
with Gov. Scott's position, ruled
there was nothing in the federal
voting laws that prevent the state
of Florida from identifying and
disqualifying voters who may not
be U.S. citizens, even if it is close in
time to an election.
Scott has been stymied in his
well-meaning efforts to clean up
the state's voter lists, which always
contain errors, because it is very
difficult to obtain a reliable data-
base of U.S. citizens for compari-
son purposes.


The federal Department of
Homeland Security keeps a
"Systematic Alien Verification for
Entitlements Program" database
of immigration and citizen re-
cords. However, the SAVE database
contains information only about
naturalized U.S. citizens, children
born abroad who derived their
citizenship through their parents,
and the immigration status of cer-
tain categories of non-citizens. The
SAVE database does not include
citizens born in the United States,
who constitute nearly 87 percent of
all U.S. residents.
Scott has sued the Department of
Homeland Security seeking "imme-
diate" statutorily provided access
to the SAVE database. The lawsuit
accuses the Obama Administration
of "unwarranted delay and recalci-
trance" in responding to Florida's
repeated requests for such access
since August of last year.
How about we require every
Florida registered voter to bring a
birth or naturalization certificate
to their polling places? I don't think
that would discriminate against
Democrats, Republicans or Inde-
pendents. But it might help prevent
ineligible foreigners from helping
choose the president of the United
States on Nov. 6.


Letter to the Editor

Time to speak out against illegal activities


I write this letter in reference
to the president making so many
executive" rulings. I believe that
the ones he has used in the last few
days and weeks are for political
purpose and/or to protect his own
hide.
His executive order dealing with
the immigrants is one that con-
cerns me greatly. I contend that
any of these individuals, no matter
how long they have been in this
country, who have not been made


legal residents and citizens of this
country should not have any spe-
cial protection. I contend that they
should have been sent home a long
time ago.
However, "illegality" seems to be
a way of life in our country and in
the world. The executive order con-
cerning the guns is one to protect
himself as well as his appointed
attorney general. A life was taken
by this illegal sale of American arms
equipment.


If President Obama is one for the
truth, then why not allow any and
all information be revealed and
released?
Again, I do not see many tak-
ing a "do the right thing" position
concerning this issue. The media
seems to be too silent. Americans,
speak out against illegal activi-
ties and those who want to keep it
covered up.
REV. DR. BILLY BRUNER, TH. D.
Cottondale


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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


Friday event will feature
Calhoun vets
The Panhandle Pioneer Settle-
ment is hosting a Calhoun County
Veterans event in anticipation of the
Smithsonian Journey Stories exhibi-
tion that arrives at the Settlement in
mid-July.
The Calhoun CountyVeterans
event will feature Sgt. Cornelious
Davis, Tuskegee Airman and Sr.
Master Sgt. James Ayers, who will
share their WWII and Vietnam War
military stories.,
Starting at 6 p.m. Friday, the
event will be at the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement Club House in
Blountstown.
The Journey Stories exhibit is
scheduled for July 14 -Aug. 25.
For more information, call 850-
674-2777 or visit www.PPMuseum.
org.

Pill mill mogul gets
20 years in prison
MIAMI A former pill mill king-
pin was sentenced Friday to 20 years
in prison but could wind up serving
far less time because of his extensive
cooperation with investigators;
U.S. District Judge Marcia Cooke
said the sentence she imposed
on 43-year-old Vincent Colangelo
"is not his last bite at the apple,"
assuming prosecutors eventually
recommend less time because of
information he is providing them
about illegal prescription drug
operations around the southeastern
U.S.
"He has significant institutional
knowledge of all the players unri-
valed by anyone else," said Assistant
U.S. Attorney Scott Behnke at a
sentencing hearing.
"He has been forthright, forth-


Local & State Briefs
coming and helpful," added Colan-
gelo's attorney, Alvin Entin.
Court records show Colangelo's
eight clinics in Broward and Miami-
Dade counties dispensed at least
660,000 oxycodone and other pills
between January 2009 and Decem-
ber 2010. According to an indict-
ment, Colangelo used about 1,600
Internet domain names to troll for
illicit drug business from around the
country.
After his arrest, authorities seized
cash, 50 vehicles, boats, real estate
and other assets from Colangelo
after his arrest. In court Friday,
Colangelo apologized and blamed
his actions on a "terrible addiction
to drugs." He had previously served
more than four years in state prison
on heroin and cocaine distribution
convictions.

7 deaths, more floods:
TS Debby still a reality
ST. PETERSBURG -- To days af-
ter Tropical Storm Debbydissipated,
Floridians are still dealing with the
problems the system left behind.
Gov. Rick Scott toured areas hard-
hit by the storm on Friday, includ-
ing a mobile home park that was
.flooded when a river overflowed. He
said he would seek federal disaster
relief.
At least seven deaths in the state
have been blamed on the storm and
on Friday, another body was found
in a pond in Tampa although po-
lice didn't immediately know if that
death was storm-related.
State emergency operations
spokeswoman Jessica Sims says
two people died in Pinellas County,
including a 41-year-old woman
caughtjn a riptide Wednesday at St.
Pete Beach.
Storm-related deaths were also


reported in Highlands where a
woman was killed by a tornado on
Sunday while clutching her baby
girl, who survived as well as in
Pasco, Polk, Lake and Madison
counties.
State disaster spokeswoman Jes-
sica Sims says flooding remains a
concern and that flood warnings are
in effect for several rivers in north
Florida. She says the upper Suwan-
nee River and Upper Santa Fe Rivers
are forecast to crest at major flood
stage this weekend. The lower Su-
wannee is forecast to crest in minor
to moderate flood stage early next
week.
Flood warnings also remain in
effect for several land areas in Dixie,
Lafayette, Taylor, Franklin, Wakulla,
southwestern Jefferson and
southern Liberty counties.
Since Saturday, Debby dropped
more than 20 inches of rain in some
communities.
Groups comprised of the Federal
Emergency Management Agency
workers and the State Emergency
Response Team fanned out Friday to
determine the severity of the dam-
age in nine counties, spanning from
the Tampa Bay area up to Florida's
Panhandle.
In Pasco County alone, officials
said the storm caused $1.5 million
in damages to homes and $4 million
in damages to businesses num-
bers that are expected to rise in
coming weeks.
Flood-damaged homes and busi-
nesses, along with waterlogged
roads that caved in and formed
sinkholes, are among the problems
along Florida's west coast. Shelters
are still open in seven counties and
the Salvation Army and the Red
Cross have helped thousands with
meals, showers and hygiene kits.
From local, wire reports


Florida livestock markets at a glance


Special to the Floridan
For the week ended June 28, at the.
Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts
totaled 4,807, compared to 5,414 last
week, and 6,880 last year.
According to the Florida Federal-
State Livestock Market News Ser-
vice, compared to one week ago,
slaughter. cows were 2.00 to 4.00
higher; bulls, 3.00 to 5.00 higher;
feeder steers, 4.00 to 6.00 lower; and


heifers, 6.00 to 8.00 lower; replace-
ment cows were poorly tested.
Feeder Steers
Medium and Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. 230.00-245.00
300-400 lbs. 190.00-220.00
400-500 lbs. 146.00-170.00
500-600 lbs. 138.00-142.00
Feeder Heifers:
Medium and Large Frame No. 1-2


200-3001bs. 175.00-190.00
300-400 lbs. 156.00-170.00
400-500 lbs. 144.00-160.00
500-600 lbs. 134.00-142.00
Slaughter Cows:
Lean: 750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent
79.00-89.50
Slaughter Bulls:
Yield Grade No. 1-2 1000-2100 lbs.
104.00-110.00.


Quilter's guild


meets Monday


Special to the Floridan
The Jackson County
Quilter's Guild now meets
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday
nights at the Ascension
Lutheran Church, 3975
West Highway 90 in Mari-
anna, across from the
Jackson County Sheriff's
Office.


Regular business meet-
ings are on the fourth
Monday of each month;
other Mondays are re-
served for group projects,
short lessons and help.
All quilters,. beginners
to advanced, are encour-
aged to come. For more
information, call Diane
Hiller at 209-7638.


Partners for Pets
on Parade

Flutter is a
six-to-seven
month old
female
papillon
dog. She
was found
on Church
Street.


Jimmy isa
three-to-four
year old male
SPekingese.
He was
found in
"I- Vickery
Cemetery
Sunday.
Those 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.


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home of the Marianna City Farmers' Market. The children's
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Birthdays

7th birthday
Dakota Shane Quick
of Alford celebrated his
seventh birthday on
June 27, 2012.
He is the son of
Stephanie and Steve
Smith of Alford, and
Shane Quick of Dothan,
Ala.
Grandparents are
Billy and Shirley
.Peacock of Alford.
A party with friends
and family was held
June 24, at his home in
Alford.


10th birthday
Cheyenne Marie Quick
of Alford celebrated her
10th birthday on April
20, 2012.
She is the daughter
of Stephanie and Steve
Smith of Alford, and
Shane Quick of Dothan,
Ala.
Grandparents are Billy
and Shirley Peacock of
Alford. '
A party with friends
and family was held
April 22, at her homein
Alford.


Judge weighing whether



to give Zimmerman bond

The Associated Press

SANFORD A bond hearing took
more a tone of a trial Friday when
both sides in the Trayvon Mar-,
tin murder case presented what
sounded like opening statements
with the defense quizzing witness-
es and trying to poke holes in the
prosecution's evidence.
Former neighborhood watch vol-
unteer George Zimmerman, 28, has
pleaded not guilty to a second-de-.
gree murder charge in the shooting
death of the unarmed 17-year-old,
in February He is injail after a judge
Revoked his $150,000 bond because
he ruled Zimmerman and his wife
lied about their finances.
He's asking the same judge to
again let him out on bail, and dur- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ing a second lengthy hearing, Zim- George Zimmerman (left) and attorney Don West appear before Circuit Judge
merman larvyer sparred with pros- Kenneth R. Lester Jr. on Friday during a bond hearing at the Seminole County
ecutors 'over those finances and Criminal Justice Center in Sanford.
questioned why his client is in jail at The judge is going to rule on issues focused on the donations raised
all, arguing that Martin' actions led of law," McClean said.. "I think this through a PayPalaccount and how it
to his.death. is a case where Mark doesn't have a was repeatedly transferred between
It condiudedwith the judge saying lot to lose by putting forth this testi- bank accounts Zimmerman and his
he would need, more time to decide money. He is promoting his defense wife controlled.
whether to grant Zimmerman bail in the public...The jury pool is going "It was done to hide the money so
again. : h M ,:- to come from the public. I think it they could deceive the court, lie to
It was the.latest in what will cer- could be effective." the court. Mrs. Zimmerman lied to
tainly:be a string of mini-trials going Whatever the defense's strategy, the court and this defendant just sat
forward as Zimmerman's attorneys Maitin family attorney Benjamin there and let it happen," prosecutor
try to rehabilitate his credibility. In a Crump said they hope the judge will Bernie de la Rionda said.
case where he's claiming protection see past it as the case progresses. O'Mara countered that "it is not'
under Florida's "stand your ground" "I do think O'Mara was trying to the grand conspiracy the state
self-defenseaw, hisbelievabilitywill try the case, and the judge was like seems to suggest."
be at the heart of the case. Defense 'This is a bond hearing,'" Crump There was also a great deal, of
attorney Mark O'Mara ultimately told The Associated Press. "I think evidence and testimony about the
decided against. calling .his client that he understands that Zimmer- head injuries Zimmerman suffered
to the standFriday, unlike the first man's credibility has taken a severe the night of the fight with Martin,
bond hearing in which Zimmerman hit and that at the end of the day, including a broken nose and cuts
apologized to Matin's family. America isn't going to forget that he on his, skull. Zimmerman was also
He didc all Zimmerman's father to lied to the court." described by a probation officer
testify, anid played a chilling 911 call Martin's parents and supporters as a "model client" who had not
from the Feb.26 night when Martin maintain the teen was targeted be- violated any of his previous bond
was killed. A call that includes a dis- cause, he was black and that Zim- conditions.
putedcry for help and the fatal gun- merman started the confrontation Attorneys for Zimmerman called
shot. Robert Zimmerman said he that led to the shooting. Zimmer- prosecutors' case weak and said
was sure that was his soiYs cry. man's father is white and his mother he gave 11 voluntary statements to
"'This prosecutor has made a is Hispanic. police and re-enactedithe shooting
very specific showing that this case "We just feel as though he didn't with authorities.
is strong," O'Mara said. "It was instigate anything," said Tracy Mar-.: Prosecutors argued they had
important for us to counter that." tin, Trayvon's father, after the hear- evidence that Zimmerman was
Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester ing "He was just walking from the 'the aggressor and chased Martin,
trudged through' it all, and now store. If there is something wrong who they said started the fight in
has to go over eight to 10 hours of with that, we are'all guilty." self-defense.
evidence submitted by the defense. Lester revoked Zimmerman's However, the judge for now is not
,Randy McClean, a defense attor- bond earlier this month. Prosecu- ruling on the merits of the case:
ney based in the' Orlando area, said tors said a website Zimmerman cre- Instead, he was focused on what
though he thinks there was defi- ated for his legal defense had raised happened at the previous bond
nite gamesmanship going on, there $135,000 at the time of his first'bond hearing.
was purpose in using Friday as ."a hearing in April, and Zimmerman Shellie Zimmerman has since
litmus test for the court of public and his wife did not mention the been charged with perjury. She is
opinion" money then. out of jail on $i,000 bond and her
"I think-it's less testing the judge:. Much of the second hearing arraignment is set for July 31.

State Briefs


Gov. doubtful about
expanding Medicaid
TALLAHASSEE Flor-
ida Gov. Rick Scott is.now
saying that it's unlikely
that Florida will expand
its Medicaid program in
order to lower the number
of uninsured residents.
The U.S. Supreme
Court, while upholding
the health care overhaul ;
championed by President
Barack Obama, ruled
Thursday that Congress
cannot withhold federal
Medicaid funding from
states that opt out of a
requirement to expand
coverage to those just
above the poverty line.
During an interview
with WOKV in Jackson-
ville, Scott said the state
won't be to afford to cover
additional people under
the safety-net health care
program even though the
federal government is
picking up most of


the Cost.'
According to Census
data released last year,
Florida had the nation's
third-highest rate of
residents without health.
insurance during the past
three years.

FAMU searches for
band director
TALLAHASSEE Flor-
ida A&M is looking for a
Snew director of bands.
The university said
Friday that it hopes to
attract a new leader for its
troubled band program by
the end of the fall semes-
ter later this year.
The school's famed
"Marching 100" has been
suspended from all activi-.
ties since the hazing-re-
lated death last November
of 26-year-old drum
major Robert Champion.
University officials have
been unsuccessful for de-
cades to rein in the hazing


traditions at the school
that has resulted in seri-
ous injury to other band
members in the past.
The new director would
appear to have plenty of
time to become familiar
'with the university's goals
since the band remains


suspended through the
entire 2012-13 school
year.
The vacancy was cre-
ated by the retirement of
longtime band director
JulianWhite.

From wire reports


Xayden Lamond Pollock
was born at 11:48 a.m.
June 18, 2012, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna. He
weighed 8 pounds and
was 183 inches long at
birth.
His parents are Werlean
and Lakisha Pollock.
Grandparents are
Vandora Speights and
Olivia Border, both of
Greenwood.
He joins siblings Werlean
Pollock III and Ke'Shun

Marybeth Marie Dean was
born at 5:17 p.m. June 20,
2012, at Jackson Hospital
in Marianna. She weighed
7 pounds, 5 ounces and
was 19V2 inches long at
birth.
Her mother is Madison
Dean.
Grandparents are
Jerry and Kala Dean of
Marianna.
Great-grandparents are
Sam and Joncye Murphy
of Greenwood.

Jeremiah Adden-Dandrae
Hill was born at 1:45 p.m.
June 22, 2012, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna. He
weighed 6 pounds, 2.6
ounces and was 19 inches
long at birth.
His parents are Dean-
drea Kenner and Torri Hill.
Grandparents are An-
thony and Ethel Kenner,
and Louis and Rhonda
Sylvester, all of Marianna.

Caroline Miranda Lamb
was born at 4:29 a.m.
June 22, 2012, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
She weighed 7 pounds,
11.5 ounces and was 20%
inches long at birth.
Her parents are Markie
and Matthew Lamb.
Grandparents are Steve
and Jo, Lamb of Geneva,
Ala., Nettie Owen of
Hartford, Ala., and James
and Mildred Carpenter.of
Dothan, Ala.

Calvin HydenHtayes was
born at 4:50 p.m. June 18,
2012, at Jackson Hospital
in Marianna. He weighed
8 pounds, 9 ounces and
was 202 inches long at
birth.
His parents are Casey
and Cal Hayes.
Grandparents are Cindy
and Terry Lollie of Blount-
- stown, Allen Trickey of.
Altha, Bubba Hayes of
Marianna, andVickie and
Ricky Landcaster of Port


8th birthday
Willa Christine Wester,
daughter ofWill and Patty
Wester of Grand Ridge,
celebrated her eighth
birthday on May 6 with a
pool party at her home,
with friends and family. An


Pollock.
I


ice cream cake, chips and
dip, and a fruit tray were
served.
Willa spent her actual
birthday weekend, April 1,
at Disney's Magic King-
dom, with her family and
cousins, Donovan and
Kimbrel Graven.


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Colorado looks for help against fires


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
President Barack Obama talks with firefighters on Friday as
he tours the Mountain Shadow neighborhood devastated by
wildfires ih Colorado Springs, Colo.

Obama viewing damage

in swing state Colorado


'War room' type effort places firefighting assets

The Associated Press .-

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. :< t .
-Flames eat through the
second story of a home in
Colorado as a car sits in
the driveway. In the back-
ground, an entire neigh-
borhood glows orange as
it goes up in flames.
SA wall of fire consumes
the front of'a home as a
lone firefighter futilely
blasts it with water.
A heavy air tanker work- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ing to slow the flames A C-130 from Peterson Air Force Base flies past Pikes Peak on Thursday during a flight over
'is dwarfed as a massive the Waldo Canyon Fire burning west of Colorado Springs, Colo.
plume of smoke looms in lines, from Colorado, New "If conditions stay this working to position re-
the background. Mexico and Arizona to way, and we get more sources where they're
The dramatic images Utah and Montana. Hun- fires, and these get worse, needed most.
provide just a glimpse dreds of engines, air tank- we could get to that point There's a difference be-
of this year's fire season ers and helicopters have soon," she said. tween what incident com-
- one that has broken been mobilized. Of roughly 15,000 fire- manders want and what
records in New Mexico, "We've got competition fighting personnel nation- they need to fight a fire
forced thousands of peo- for firefighting assets, but, wide including every- effectively, he said. For
ple to flee their homes in we're still at a point where.. one from the people on example, a commander's
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The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS,
Colo. President Barack
Obama absorbed the dev-
astation of Colorado's
wildfires Friday, visiting a
neighborhood struck by
the flames and taking in
the acrid smells of charred
homes while plumes
of smoke rose from the
surrounding mountains.
After declaring a "ma-
jor disaster" in the state
early Friday and promising
federal aid, Obama got a
firsthand view of the fires
and their toll on residen-
tial communities. More
than 30,000 people have
been evacuated in what is
now the most destructive
wildfire in state history.
"Whether it's fires in
Colorado or flooding in the
northern parts of Florida,
when natural disasters like
this hit, America comes to-
gether," Obama said after
touring a neighborhood
where the fire left some
homes standing but lev-
eled.surrounding proper-
ties. "We all recognize that
there but for the grace of
God go I. We've got to make
sure that we have each
others' backs."
Obama's appearance in
Colorado took on added
significance coming less
.than five months before
the Nov. 6 presidential
election. The state is a
crucial bellwether in the
contest between Obama


and Republican challeng-
er Mitt Romney, and the
president's visit illustrated
the enormous power of
incumbency he enjoys to
deliver not only assistance
but to show compassion
and command.
Stopping to greet fire-
fighters and other first
responders, Obama said:
"The country is grateful for
your work. The-country's
got your back." He later
stopped at aYMCA shelter,
where he was greeted with
cheers and told volunteers
"you guys are making us
proud."
Obamaspent aswift three
hours in Colorado Springs,
meeting only a handful of
evacuees from fire-affect-
ed or threatened neigh-
borhoods. The trip offered
images of the president in-
specting charred remains
of a neighborhood but
presented few opportuni-
ties for emotion-packed
moments. Most of his time
was spent with firefight-
ers, or walking with state
and local officials through
evacuated neighborhoods.
He had special words for
a group of firefighters who
had jut recently managed
to save some houses in a
subdivision attacked by
the flames.
"They're genuine he-
roes," he said. He was ac-
companied by Colorado
Springs Mayor Steve Bach
and Colorado Gov. John
Hickenlooper.


C.oIUora iaIU In it Ula La
scar across more than
1.8 million acres of the
nation's forests.
"It's been characterized
that fire is war, and I sup-
pose in a sense it can be
characterized like that,"
said Tom Harbour, direc-
tor of fire and aviation
management for the U.S.
Forest Service. *
Holed up in makeshift
war rooms packed into
school gymnasiums or
nondescript warehouses
on the fringes of wildfires
burning around the West,
incident commanders
spend nearly every wak-
ing hour huddled around
big maps, looking at com-
puter screens, or glued to
the radio, trying to plot
their next move.
Their decisions come
after pouring over intel-
ligence that's flooding in
from crew leaders on the
fire lines, weather fore-
casters, fuels analysts and
experts who know the
terrain.
Elsewhere, teams of
specialists surrounded
by computers, monitors
tuned into the news and
maps smooth out the lo-
gistics of shuffling fire-
fighters and equipment
around the country. They
tap 'into databases that
list the nation's resources
and every firefighter who's
qualified to fight wildfires.
There are thousands of
firefighters on the front


wev Vgt UL IULo UI o ava C ieU
assets to mix and match
on individual incidents,"
Harbour told The Asso-
ciated Press in a phone
interview.
It didn't feel that way
Friday in Utah, where fire,
commanders battling six
wildfires in that state said
a shortage of crews and air
support left the largest of
the blazes with only three
ground crews.
"With so many fires out
here," said fire investiga-
tor Brandon Jensen, "we
can't get the resources to
fight these fires the way
we'd like."
The National Interagen-
cy Fire Center on Wednes-
day ratcheted up the
nation's wildfire prepared-
ness level to the second
highest level. There are
five levels in all,. and ever
since it hit No. '3, staffers
say it's been "a beehive of
activity."
This makes for only
the third time in the last
20 years the nation has
reached this level by late
June, with the others com-
ing in 2008 and 2002.
"This is one of the busier
June's we've had in quite
a while," said Kari Boyd-
Peak, a NIFC spokeswom-
an in Boise, Idaho. She said
that while all resources re-
quested are currently be-
ing provided to tackle ex-
isting fires, shortages can't
be ruled out if the weather
doesn't cooperate.


rer Uws gg U1ng ac uai
fire lines to public infor-
mation officers more
than 10,400 have been
deployed.
Colorado's High Park Fire
in Larimer County, where
flames have destroyed 259
homes, is requiring more
than 1,100 personnel and
79 fire engines, along with
aircraft. Another- 1,100
firefighters are working
on the Waldo Canyon Fire
near Colorado Springs,
where almost 350 homes-
were estimated lost.
The Forest Service on
Friday was also training
a Fort Carson Army bat-
talion to serve as firefight-
ers to boost the num-
ber 'of crews available
nationwide.
In New Mexico, more
than 200 firefighters con-
tinu e
working
"Westho on re-
mcord-set-
manyfires ting blaz-
outhere, we es that
can'tget the havebeen
mour to burning
resources for weeks
ightthese one
fires the way that has
we'dlike." destroyed
more
BrandonJensn, than 240
fire investigator h o m e s
and an-
other that has blackened


465 square miles.
Despite some criticism,
Harbour said the U.S.'
Forest Service has been


- among the most elite
firefighters might be
filled instead with a mix of
hot shots and initial attack
crews, which can be just
as formidable but with,
less experience.
Nineteen large air tank-
ers, 170 helicopters and a'
number of single-engine
air tankers are assigned
to wildfires across the:
region.
A large DC-10 air tanker
capable of carrying 11,700
gallons of fire retardant
is also on call, and four
military C-130 tankers are
positioned to cover the
blazes burning near Colo-
rado Springs and Fort Col-
lins as well as the entire
Front Range if more fires
break out. To date, the C-
130 tankers have dropped
138,400 gallons of retar-
dant in'the region.
On Friday, the U.S. Forest
Service activated the four
remaining C-130 tankers
to help in Colorado and
elsewhere.
Overall, there have been
fewer fires and less acre-
age burned for the first six,
months of the year than:
there was for the same:
period last year.
"With over 10,000 fire-
fighters in the Forest Ser-'
vice and the ability to get
over 700 aircraft of all
types, we're feeling cau-
tiously confident when
you look at the season as a
whole," he said.


New Florida laws, some constitutionally questionable, go into effect today


The Associated Press implementing it.
"Nobody's going to do
TALLAHASSEE A trio it," said Wayne Blanton,
of constitutionally ques- executive director of the
tionable measures and leg- Florida School Boards As-
islation designed to crack sociation. "We are telling
down on no-fault auto in- them it will be costly and
surance fraud are among not worth the effort."
about 150 new Florida laws Some of the other laws
going into effect today. with July 1 effective dates
A law that bans state would enlarge Scott's
and local governments power over state rule
from hiring companies making, restore tax cred-
that do business in Cuba its for renewable energy
and Syria already has been and expand online learn-
challenged in court and a ing for elementary school
federal judge has at least students.
temporarily put it on hold. There are also tax breaks
Gov.RickScott's adminis- for businesses and new.
traction earlier announced laws that increase penalties
it would not put into effect for human trafficking and
a second new law allow- video voyeurism. Another
ing random drug testing law will require student-
of state employees until a athletes who suffer head
legal challenge to a similar injuries to be pulled from
executive order issued by competition until cleared
Scott is resolved, by doctors. The state's new
Another statute that per- $69.9 billion budget also
mits inspirational mes- goes into effect.
sages, including prayers, in The changes to auto in-
public schools has drawn surance affect the state's
threats of lawsuits. personal injury protec-
Legal action, however, tion or PIP coverage.
may not be necessary Since 1972, Florida motor-
to negate the law be- ists have.been required to
cause it gives local school buy such coverage to make
boards the option of sure anyone injured in a


crash gets money to treat
their injuries without de-
lay. A driver's insurance
company is required to
pay up to $10,000 for med-
ical bills and lost wages no
matter who is at fault.
.Bogus claims and faked
accidents, though,. are
largely responsible for a
$1.4 billion increase in
PIP costs since 2008, state
officials say.
The new law puts a
14-day limit on seeking
treatment after a crash.
Benefits also ard capped
at $2,500 unless a doctor,
osteopathic physician,
dentist or a supervised
physician's assistant or
advanced registered nurse
practitioner 'determines
there's an "emergency


medical condition." Chiro-
practors cannot make that
determination.
After the inspirational
messages law was adopt-
ed, local school districts
were warned by the Ameri-
can Civil Liberties Union of
Florida that adopting poli-
'cies permitting student-
led inspirational messages
would "very likely lead
to prolonged litigation."
Any district that adopted
the measure could be on
the hook for hundreds of
thousands in legal fees;
Americans United for
Separation of Church and
State also is prepared to
take legal action, said Alex
Luchenitser, the group's as-
sociate legal director. The
law doesn't use the word


"prayer" but it still invites
government-controlled'
prayer, Luchenitser said.
"I don't think it's going to
happen," said the ACLU's
Florida executive director,
Howard Simon. "For all of
the efforts of our Legisla-
ture to try to entice school
officials into joining their
religious crusade, school
officials are smarter than
legislators."
The law's sponsors,
though, remain confident
it will be implemented.
Rep. Charles Van Zant, a
Keystone Heights Repub-
lican who carried the bill
in the House, said some
school officials have told
him they'll push for al-
lowing inspirational mes-
sages but he declined to


identify them.
Sen. Gary Siplin, an Or-
lando Democrat who is the
law's prime sponsor, said
he expects it to be an elec-
tion issue for school board
members.
"I would assume they
don't want to tell parents
their children can't pray in,
school," Siplin said.
The drug law is on hold
after a Miami federal judge
in April ruled in a lawsuit
filed by the ACLU and a
public employee union
that Scott's original drug
testing order violated the
U.S. Constitution's ban on
unreasonable government
searches. The state has
appealed that decision.
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S' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO
; In this June 28 photo, Rep: Tim Murphy, R-Pa., (center) holds up a copy of the Supreme Court's
Health care ruling during a news conference by the GOP Doctors Caucus on Capitol Hill in
SWashington. Republicans in at least three states want to abandon an expansion of Medicaid in
SPresident Barack Obama's health care overhaul.


GOP plots 2013 strategy


t on health care law repeal
#,


SThe Associated Press

WASHINGTON Turned away at the
Supreme Court, congressional Republi-
cans sketched a strategy Friday to repeal
the nation's health care law in 2013 that
requires a sweeping election victory car-
rying Mitt Romney to the presidency and
the party at least to narrow control of the
Senate.
Romney sought to turn the court's deci-
sion upholding the two-year-old law into
a campaign battle cry, saying the 5-4 rul-
.ing had injected "greater urgency" into,
his challenge to President Barack Obama.
"I think many people assumed that the
' Supreme Court would do the work that
was necessary in repealing Obamacare,"
She said, adding that the justices "did not
Sget that job done."
Several Republicans seized on a portion
Sof Chief Justice John Roberts' majority
1 opinion that said the centerpiece of the
law, a requirement to purchase insurance,
, was constitutional because it is based on
SCongress' power to impose a tax. "Those
who will end up paying the heaviest bur-
den for niot buying government-man-
dated.insurance won't be the wealthiest
o Americans, but the very middle class
families the president claims to defend,"
said Senate Republican leader Mitch
McConnell of Kentucky.
SThe White House said that was an argu-
r ment it was happy to have. Presidential
i- press secretary Jay Carney said Obama
Shas signed legislation cutting middle
*class taxes repeatedly, that Republicans
want to extend existing income tax cuts
Nfor the wealthy and then add "another $5
trillion ... that would disproportionately
benefit" the same group.
At the same time, the administration
Announced the latest in a series of steps to
Implement a law that already has curbed
insurance company abuses and cut costs
for seniors with high prescription drug
costs. Officials said another round of fi-
l nancing was available for states to set
Sup health insurance exchanges, the one-
Sstop markets for consumers scheduled to


open in 2014.
Polls find Obama and Romney in a
close race four months before the elec-
tion, with the economy the nation's over-
riding issue. The battle for control of the
Senate is also uncertain, and one day af-
ter the court's ruling, the principal fallout
was political.
Romney, Obama and congressional
candidates in both parties raised cam-
paign money from the ruling, in which
Roberts unexpectedly joined four more
liberal justices to uphold the law's core
component a requirement that nearly
all Americans purchase health insurance
beginning in 2014.
The Republican-controlled Bouse is
planning to vote in a little more than a
week to repeal the law. But that is a sym-
bolic vote, designed to show faith with
opponents of what the GOP scornfully
calls "Obamacare." Party officials also
hope to force some Democrats into a dif-
ficult vote on legislation that has never
been popular with the public. The repeal
measure is doomed in the Senate, where
Democrats hold a majority.
Recognizing as much, Republicans
were turning their attention to 2013 as
their next realistic opportunity to erase
legislation that they say gives government
control of health at the same time it raises
taxes, cuts Medicare and swells deficits.
"One thing is clear: we need the majority
in the Senate," Senate Republican Leader
Mitch McConnell of Kentucky wrote in a
fundraising email to supporters. "Every
path to repeal depends.on it."
A 60-vote majority is normally required
to overcome adamant opposition to leg-
islation in the Senate, but under limited
circumstances, a mere majority can suf-
fice. Democrats took advantage of that
when they pushed the health care law to
passage in 2010 when they controlled 59
seats. Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., told reporters,
"I think with a ... majority in the Senate,
Republicans could do the same things."
The GOP currently has 47 seats in the
100-inember Senate, and needs to gain
three for effective control.


5 more states granted



waivers for NCLB law


The Associated Press

Five more states have
been granted relief from
key requirements of the
Bush-era No Child Left
Behind law, bringing the
total to 24 states given
waivers, the Education
Department said Friday.
Arkansas, Missouri,
South Dakota, Utah and
Virginia will be freed from
the No Child Left Behind
requirement that all stu-
dents test proficient in
math and reading by 2014,
a goal the nation remains
far from achieving.
In exchange, the states
and all others granted
waivers must develop ac-
countability plans that
set new targets for 'raising
achievement, advanc-
ing teacher effectiveness,
preparing all students for
careers and college and
improving the perfor-
mance of low-performing
schools.
"We all .understand
that the best ideas don't
come from Washington,
and moving forward,
these states will have in-
creased flexibility with
federal funds and relief
from NCLB's mandates,
allowing them to develop
locally tailored solutions
to meet their unique
educational challenges,"
Education. Secretary Arne
Duncan said.
Democrats and Repub-
licans agree the No Child
Left Behind law is broken
but have been unable
to agree on how to fix it.
The law has been praised
for shining a light on the
performance of 'minori-
ties, low-income students,
English language learners
and special education stu-
dents but also has led to
an increasing number of
schools being labeled as
"failing" and subject to a
prescribed set ofinterven-
tions even if just one of
these groups didn't meet


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO
In this June 25 photo during a fact-finding tour of Vashon
High School, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan
(center) listens to eighth-grade students Delvion Mitchell,
14, and Makayla Lewis, 14, as they discuss social issues they
have encountered at school and what they have learned from
them, in St. Louis.


learning targets.
Critics of the law also say
it has had the unintended
effect of encouraging in-
structors to teach to the
test and has led schools to
narrow their curriculums.
Duncan and the White
House have pushed for a
comprehensive reautho-
rization of the Elementary
and Secondary Education
Act, but there has been lit-
tle movement in Congress
over the past two years.
After Duncan warned
that 82 percent of schools
could be labeled "failing"
- a figure many said was
inflated, but nonetheless
agreed to be rising the
Obama administration
announced last year that
states could apply for
waivers. Republicans have
charged that the president
with overreaching his au-
thority and imposing his
vision for education on
the states.
Iowa's waiver request
was rejected last week.
Iowa Education Depart-
ment Director Jason Glass
said the state's application
met all the U.S. Edtication
Department's require-
ments, except on teacher
evaluations. In order to


receive a waiver, states
must have teacher evalu-
ation systems that include
at least three performance
levels and factor in stu-
dent progress, among
other elements.
Iowa lawmakers passed
a bill in May directing a
task force to study the
issue and make recom-
mendations, for the 2013
legislative session, rather
than giving the state Edu-
cation Department au-
thority to develop evalua-'
tions meeting the waiver's
requirements.
"I think this raises sig-
nificant concern about
federal overreach as well
as executive overreach,"
said Michael Petrilli, exec-
utive vice president at the
Thomas B. Fordham Insti-
tute, a Washington-based
think tank.
The five states approved
for waivers Friday were
among 26 states that sub-
mitted requests for flex-
ibility in February. -The
Education Department
announced waivers for
eight of those .states-in
May. Another 13 are still
tinder review. Waivers for
the first 11 were granted
in February.


Consumer spending, wages flat in May


The Associated Press

WASHINGTON U.S. consumers
Spent no more in May than in April after
seeing almost no gain in their pay. The
Slack of growth in consumer spendingand
-wages suggests that a faltering job market
-4is slowing the economy.
The Commerce Department said Fri-
,day that consumer spending was un-
tchanged in May. Income growth edged
-'up 0.2 percent, but that'was mostly be-
F cause of gains from investments. Wages,
i' the largest component of income, were
1 essentially flat.
Americans cut back spending on cars
'and other long-lasting manufactured
* goods, even though they paid less for gas.
SConsumers did increase how much they
( spent on services for the second straight
< month, one of the few positive signs.

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April and March than first thought..
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percent of economic activity. The mostly
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the April-June quarter could be weaker
than the previous quarter's modest 1.9
percent annual pace.
Paul Dales, senior U.S. economist for
Capital Economics, said annual growth in
the second quarter could be closer to 1.5
percent.
. Job growth-has tumbled in the past two
months. Consumer confidence has fallen.
And growth in manufacturing has slowed,
in part because Europe's financial crisis
has dampened demand for U.S. exports.
Some economists are hopeful that lower
gas prices could lead consumers to spend
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Teen shot after
horsing around
LARGQ A southwest
Florida teenager has been
hospitalized after authori-
ties say hewas apparently
shot while playing with a
'gun.
The 17-year-old was tak-
en to the hospital Friday
night with life-threatening
injuries. Authorities have
not released his name. It's
unclear if he was alone or
if others were involved.
Pinellas County Sheriff's
deputies are investigat-
ing the shooting, but say
preliminary evidence
revealed it may have been
the result of horseplay.
Board denies Fla.
Gulf Coast's appeal
TALLAHASSEE The


Obituaries


GUERRY Funeral Home,
2659 SW Main Blvd., Lake
City, FL 32025
386-752-2414

Franklin S.
Boyette



Mr. Franklin S. "Frank"
Boyette,' 56 of Lake. City
passed away on Friday,
June 29, 2012 at the Vetera-
n's Affairs Medical Center
in Lake City. He was a son
to the late Andrew Jackson
and Mary Ernestine Pea-
cock Boyette. Mr. Boyette
was born and raised in Ma-
rianna, attended Marianna
High School and had lived
in Lake City for the past 18
years. He was a veteran of
the United States Army, an
avid Florida State Fan and
.of the Baptist faith. I In his
spare time he enjoyed fish-
ing and being on the river.
Mr. Boyette is survived
by his wife, Cindy J. Saun-


Funds
From Page 1A
Photo Shop and In Design
for $1,200, a $500 black
and white printer, a $600
Ipad with a two-year con-
tract, an LCD projector for
$549, and a Droid phone
for $199 with a two-year
contract.
The money Fuqua re-
quested will come out of
bed-tax dollars, which
fund TDC activities as the
council attempts to in-
crease tourism in Jackson
County.
Additionally, Fuqua was
authorized to spend $75 a
month, foruptosixmonths,
to pay maintenance fees
for',the TDC website that
was built by Magnolia Web
Design'in September 2009
for $1,750. Fuqua said no
maintenance fee has been
paid since that time. The
system "desperately needs
updating." Fuqua said.
Explaining further,
Fuqua stated in her written


Birthday
From Page lA
sister's husband J.W. Dilm-
ore were also able to join
Sthe birthday celebrations.
Susie attributes coffee to
her long life, but her chil-
dren have a different take
on her longevity.
"Hard work," her daugh-
ter Addis said. "That's a1l
she's ever known."
Born in a time of women
predominantly working at
home, Susie made a lot of
the family's supplies. She
cooked soap used on ev-
erything from scrubbing
floors to washing clothes.
A notable bonnet and quilt
maker, Susie sewed cloth-
ing for not only her chil-
dren, but the children of
the neighborhood.
Addis remembers her
mother sewing. clothes
for the children for her


ders, Lake City; brother,
Mike (Clarice) Boyette, Ma-
rianna; sister, Jackie (Larry)
Pooser, Bascom; four nie-
ces, Ali MacLaren (Gavin
Wiggins), Marianna, Leslie
(Chuck) Sawyer, Green-
wood, Missy'(Chris) Mitch-
ell and Michelle Boyette
both of Marianna; two
great nephews, Tucker
Jackson and Cade Bonds
and two great nieces, Em-
ma Sawyer and Maggie
Ham.
Funeral services for Mr.
Boyette will be conducted
on Monday, July 2, 2012 at
2:00 PM EST in the Chapel
of Guerry Funeral Home
with the Rev. Larry Sweat
officiating. Interment will
follow at Forest Lawn Me-
morial Gardens Cemetery.
Visitation with family will
be on Monday, one hour
prior to the service from 1-
2:00 PM EST. Arrange-
ments are under the direc-
tion of GUERRY Funeral
Home, 2659 SW. Main
Blvd., Lake City. Please
sign the guestbook at www.
guerryfuneralhome.net


report that "the website is
built so that TDC grant re-
quests are sent to the back
of the website, and only
someone with administra-
tor access can retrieve the
grants as well as update the
site."
Fuqua also got approval
to advertise for the ser-
vices of a bus tour operator
who runs day trips from
the coast or other nearby
areas into Jackson County
and other inland commu-
nities as the surrounding
counties try to capitalize
on beach tourism. Jackson
and the other participat-
ing TDCs will facilitate the
service but will be under
no financial obligation
other than helping adver-
tise the sites available on
the tour, and for the initial
cost of advertising to draw
interested tour operators
who want to take on the
project. She estimates, that
Jackson County's share
of advertising that busi-
ness opportunity will cost
$2,000-$3,000.


paternal grandmother's
birthday party. After fash-
ioning something for the
boys made partially out of
colored feed sacks, Susie
realized she had run out
of material for Addis. Un-
daunted, she took some
white flour sacks and made
Addis a dress, complete
with a collar and heart-
shaped pocket out of pink
checked gingham. Addis.
still has the pocket.
One thing Susie passed
on to daughter Bess was
her cooking.
"I'd spend 'time with her
and get her to cook," Bess
remembers. "So it'd be
like I was with her when I
cooked her recipes."
Good health was
the main birthday
wish to Susie from her
children.
"I wish we could have an-
other 100 years with her,"
Bess said. ,


Florida Board of Gover-
nors has denied Florida
Gulf Coast University's ap-
peal of a reduced tuition
increase.
The Board of Governors
previously agreed to let
the Fort Myers school raise
tuition by 12 percent this
fall.,The university asked
for a 14 percent increase.
A committee voted 6-0 Fri-
day to deny the request.
The tuition increases,
which ranged from 9
percent to 15 percent,
will raise $98.32 million
across the State University
System.
That's about a third of
the $300 million spending
cut the 11 universities will
be facing When the new
state budget goes into
effect today.
From wire reports


Anthony Dubose runs through obstacles during a drill at Champ Camp in Graceville Friday morning.


Camp
From Page 1A
to virtues like,teamwork and
respect.
Nate Nolin, a former GHS foot-
ball player who is now enrolled


at Faulkner University's School of
Law, shared his own rules, during
college with the students. Trust .
yourself and your goal, don't be
scared to fail, think outside the
box, stick with good influences, put
your time in and give back to those
who helped you get to where you


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are," Nolin said,
Speakers like these give kids the
motivation to work toward their
goals, Kelly said.
"It's one thing to tell a kid they
can be what they want to be,
but it's another thing to show
them."


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Paxton fans seeking shelter from Saturday's heat packed onto bleachers covered by tents. The game against West Volusia
was part of the 2012 AA All-Stars State Softball Tournament at the MERE.


Some TDC funds go to area events


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com

Jackson County Commissioners
approved almost $70,000 worth of
bed-tax spending at their most re-
cent board meeting.
The lion's share goes back to a
county department, while most of
the rest goes to community events
expected to fill motel beds in the
coming days and months..Some
dollars were also set aside to adver-
tise Jackson County at an airport
lobby in Panama City.
The largest amount, $45,675, will
go to the Jackson County Parks and
Recreation to fund a Master Plan
and Environmental Assessment as
it develops a long-range plan for
developing or improving several
recreational spots along Lake Semi-
nole on the east side of the county,
near Sneads.
The assessment is mandated by
the U.S. Corps of Engineers if the
county wants to make any changes.
The county manages 'the Corps-
controlled areas under agreement
with that entity, and wants to im-
prove the sites in hopes of drawing
more tourists to that area. Sneads
Park is an exception it is man-
aged by the town of Sneads under a
similar agreement, but it will be in-
cluded in the county's assessment
document under a cost-saving
partnership between the county


and the town.,
The least amount approved in the
county's $70,000 sign-off is a $1,800
payment to Clear Channel Airports
for advertising the county for a year
at kiosks and display racks in the
Northwest Florida Beaches Airport
in Panama City.
In other projects the county
agreed to fund, Chipola Apprecia-
tion Club will get two batches of
money to help the school put on
some basketball tournaments that
bring players, their families and
fans to this area for several days
and nights. The Club will receive
$10,000 to help Chipola host the
state JUCO basketball tournament
next March, and $3,500 to help
it host the Panhandle Basketball
Classic this December.
In requesting the funds, the Ap-
preciation Club estimated the
tournament could bring $250,000
into the community through hotel
stays, food and fuel purchases and
shopping in local stores.
The smaller Panhandle Classic
should bring an estimated $50,000
into the local economy, the Club
estimated.
Marianna's city recreation de-
partment will also see a share of
bed tax dollars, approved to receive
$7,500 to help it put on the 2012 AA
All-Stars State Softball Tournament
for 7-8 year-olds, a contest which
began Friday and runs trough


SJuly5.
According to the city's written
request, the money will be used to
promote youth baseball activities,
expand advertising for the tourna-
ment and inform the target audi-
ence of other area attractions. Ad-
ditionally, it could help buyT-shirts
and gift packages for 13 players ori
each of the 16 teams in the tourna-
ment, and possibly to help pay for a
tournament banquet and for hotel
expenses for the state.tournament
director and staff.
The Jackson County Professional
Firefighters Association will get
$2,000 to help get its inaugural
Kids Golf Tournament and Golf Ball
Drop, to be held on Aug. 25 of this
year.
The money will be used to adver-
tise the tournament, largely in the
community of firefighters around
the state.
Being held at the Indian Springs
Golf Courses, some of the money
raised in the tournament will go
back-to the Association for its in-
county charity projects, and some
will be shared with the Camp
Amigo, a- children's bum camp
in North Florida. The funding re-
quest did not specify the split. The
Camp Amigo funding will help
provide a free weekend of fun. and
spirit-building for as many chil-
dren as the Association can provide
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US, Russia fail to bridge gaps on Syria


The Associated Press

GENEVA The United States and
Russia failed on Friday to bridge dif-
ferences over a plan to ease Syrian
President BasharAssad out of power,
end violence and create a new gov-
ernment, setting the stage for the
potential collapse of a key multina-
tional conference that was to have
endorsed the proposal.
On the eve of Saturday's confer-
ence, U.S. Secretary of State Hill-
ary Rodham Clinton and Russian
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov met
one-on-one for about an hour in St.
Petersburg, Russia, but could not
reach agreement on key elements of
U.N. envoy Kofi Annan's proposed
plan for a Syrian political transition,
officials said.
A senior U.S. official traveling with
Clinton said areas of "difference and
difficulty" remain and was not opti-
mistic that the gathering in Geneva
would produce agreement, "We may
get there tomorrow, we may not," the
official told reporters as Clinton left
Russia for Switzerland, where she
arrived early Saturday morning.
The official said Clinton and Lav-
rov would try to resolve differences
in Geneva out of respect for Annan,
the .foriier U.N. chief whose efforts
to end the Syrian crisis have thus far
fallen short.
The inconclusive results of the
Clinton-Lavrov meeting may pres-
age the unraveling of Annan's plan
to end 16 months of brutal violence
in Syria by creating a national unity
government to oversee the drafting
of a new constitution and elections.
The United States and its allies at-
tending the conference are adamant
that the plan will not allow Assad to
remain in power as part of the tran-
sitional government, but Russia in-
sists that outsiders cannot dictate.
the composition of the interim ad-
ministration or the ultimate solution
to the crisis.
"(We) agreed to look for an agree-
ment that will bring us closer based
on a clear understanding of what's -
.written in the Annan plan that (all)


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and U.S. Navy Vice Adm. Harry B.
Harris Jr. pay their respects during a flower-laying ceremony at the Monument to the
Heroic Defenders of Leningrad on Thursday in St. Petersburg, Russia.


sides in Syria need an incentive for a
national dialogue," Lavrov said after
meeting Clinton, according to the
Interfax news agency.
"But it's only up to the Syrians to
make agreements on what the Syr-
ian state will be like, who will hold
(government) jobs and positions,"
he said. Lavrov predicted the meet-
ing had a "good chance" of finding
a way forward. "But I am not saying
that we will agree on every dot."
But failing to agree on every dot
may well be the plan's undoing, par-
ticularly if Russia refuses to except
the implicit demand that Assadleave
power.
Annan on Friday laid out his ex-
pectations for the conference in an
op-ed in The Washington Post that
tracked very closely to the draft of
his proposed plan, according to
diplomats familiar with it.
The future government in Syria, he
said, "must include a government of
national unity that would exercise
full executive powers."
This government could include
members of the present government
and the opposition and other groups,
but those whose continued presence
and participation would undermine


the credibility of the transition and
jeopardize stability and reconcili-
ation would be excluded," Annan
said.
Such a proposal does not explic-
itly bar Assad, but the U.S. and other
Western powers'that will participate
in the conference said that is obvi-
ous and that the Syrian opposition
will not sign on to the plan unless it
excludes Assad.
The senior official said Clinton and
Lavrov also discussed the real danger
for the region if the uprising in Syria
that has killed spne 14,000 people
doesn't end peacefully Already, Syria
has shot down a Turkish warplane
and Turkey has responded by setting
up anti-aircraft guns on its border
with Syria. They also discussed the
"serious risk" of destabilizing Jordan
and the potential impact on Israel.
On Friday, Syrian troops shelled a
suburb of Damascus, killing an esti-
mated 125 civilians and 60 soldiers.
Russia is Syria's most important
ally, protector and supplier of arms.
Diplomatic hopes have rested on
persuading Russia to agree to a plan'
that would end the Assad family dy-
nasty, which has ruled Syria for more
than four decades.


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European leaders'

breakthrough defied

many expectations


The Associated Press

BRUSSELS Europe's
leaders finally rose to the
challenge Friday, backing
bold ideas to help weak
countries and frail banks
ravaged by a 'debt crisis
that has crippled eco-
nomic growth and threat-
ened the global financial
system.
Markets roared their
approval after leaders of
the 27 European Union
countries agreed, on an
aggressive plan to fix the
financial crisis.
For the first time in 19
summits since the start of
the crisis, the EU leaders
declared they would:
n Centralize regulation
of European banks and,
if necessary, bail them
out directly, instead of
funneling loans through
governments that already
have too much debt.
)) Ease borrowing costs
on Italy and Spain, the
euro region's third- and
fourth-largest economies.
) Stop mandating pain-
ful budget cuts to ev-
ery country in need of
emergency financial aid.
) Tie their budgets, cur-
rency and governments
more tightly.
The decisions made at
the EU summit in Brus-
sels won't end the crisis
that has gripped Europe
for nearly three years.
Plenty of questions re-
main about how the bank


bailouts would work,
whether there's enough
money committed to
rescue banks and gov-
ernments and whether
impoverished, indebted
Greece will be forced out
of the 17-nation euro
club.
But for EU leaders who
have consistently under-
whelmed their exasper-
ated publics and ner-
vous financial markets,
Friday's efforts marked a
breakthrough.
The prime minister of
Ireland one of the five
eurozone countries that
have required emergency
funds said the plans
marked a "seismic shift
in European policy." Brit-
ish Prime Minister David
Cameron said that "for the
first time in some time we
have actually seen steps...
to get ahead of the game,"
There was an imme-
diate sign that .Europe's
latest plan was easing
fear in financial markets:
The cost for the troubled
government of Spain, to
borrow fell dramatically.
The interest rate, or yield,
on the country's 10-year
bonds fell by more than
half a percentage point,
to 6.34'percent..
The Dow Jones indus-
trial average recorded its
second-biggest gain of
the year, and stocks ad-
vanced even further in
Europe in strong and
weak countries alike.


Egypt president-elect vows to fight for authority


The Associated Pres s

CAIRO President-elect
Mohammed Morsi roused
the masses in Tahrir.Square
on Friday, vowing to fight
on behalf of the people
and defying the rulinggen-
erals by reading a symbolic
oath of office a day early
at the site where :Egypt's
revolution was born.
The country's first Is-
Slamist president also made
a pledge likely to. compli-
cate relations with the U.S.,:
vowing to seek the release
of blind sheik OmarAbdel-
Rahman, jailed in the U.S.
for plotting to blowup New
York City, landmarks and
assassinate then-President
Hosni Mubarak. ,
"We love you Morsi!" the
crowd roared in response
as the 60-year-bld U.S.-
trained engineer left the
podium to get closer to the
cheering crowd.
The promise to, seek the
release -of, the Egyptian-
born Abdel-Rahnman re-
flected the populist tone
of Morsi's speech. his
first in the square that was,
the epicenter of the popu-
lar uprising that ousted
Mubarak.
He also said he would re-.
lease all detained Egyptian
protesters facing military
tribunals.
Pointing to protesters
holding photos of prison-
ers, including Abdel-Rah-
man, the spiritual leader
of men convicted in the
1993 World Trade Cen-
ter bombing. Morsi de-
clared: "I will make every
effort, I will do it, starting
tomorrow, to free them
all, including Sheik Omar
Abdel-Rahman."
"Everybody is hearing,
me now. The government
... the military and the po-
lice. ... No power above this
power;" he told the tens of
thousands of mostly Is-
lamist supporters packing
the square. "I reaffirm to
you I will not give up any of
the president's authorities.
I can't afford to do this. I
don't have that Fight."
Morsi's words were a
show of defiance as he
gears up for a power strug-
gle with the country's rul-
ing generals, who took
over major presidential
powers and disbanded
Athe Islamist-controlled


T1i- ..,:,,: , f: :
Egyptian protesters react as they listen to the speech of Egypt's President-elect Mohammed
Morsi, in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt on Friday.


parliament in the days
before the election results
were released.
Still, the Muslim Broth-
erhood leader also avoid-
ed direct confrontation
with the military leaders.
and was set to be offi-
cially sworn-in Saturday,
during a ceremony at the
country's high court not
parliament, the traditional
venue as dictated by the
generals.
At one point, Morsi


opened his jacket to show
the crowd he was not wear-
ing a bulletproof vest, then
declared he "fears no one
but God."
The pledge to free Ab-
del-Rahman came in re-
sponse to repeated calls
,by his ultraconservative
supporters for the sheik
to be repatriated to Egypt
on humanitarian grounds.
Abdel-Rahman is serving a
life sentence.
While it was unclear


what Morsi could do, the
issue underscored that
his victory could com-
plicate relations -with the
U.S., although both sides
have stated their desire to
cooperate.
The U.S. State Depart-
ment declined comment
on Morsi's pledge. "There's
zero chance that this hap-
pens," said an administra-
tion official, speaking on
condition of anonymity to
discuss security issues.


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three to end summer


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
The Marianna Bulldogs
wrapped up their summer
season Friday at the Florida-
Alabama Shootout at Poplar
Springs, winning two out of
three games.
Marianna opened the day


with a 52-49 victory over Car-
roll before falling to Slocomb
53-48, finishing the day with a
49-47 win over Wicksburg.
Shaquarious Baker made a
pair of late free throws in the
last game to salt away the vic-
tory over Wicksburg, making
the last one to put the Bull-
dogs up four before Wicksburg


scored again as time expired.
"The games were all very
competitive." Marianna coach
Tradis Blamon said. "The guys
did a good job of sharing the
ball and played good defense.
We struggled rebounding a
little bit, but overall, the camp
See BULLDOGS, Page 1B


Marianna'sJamel Johnson goes airborne to make a shot as a Slocomb player tries
for the block Friday morning in Poplar Springs.


MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
Malone's Alicia Jackson looks for someone
open to pass to during a tournament game
Thursday.


Lady Tigers


ifnish off


summer


with wins

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
The Malone Lady Tigers concluded
their summer basketball season Thurs-
day night at home by taking a pair of
victories over Marianna .and Houston
County.
Malone first took on the Lady Bull-
dogs and notched a 36-27 victory, then
finished the night with a 58-28 win over
Houston County.
Against Marianna, the Lady Tigers
broke open a close game early and
made it a double-digit lead in the sec-
ond half, with the Lady Bulldogs getting
See FINISH, Page 2B


AAALL-STARS


S neads' Ryles Burch gets under a
pop fly during a AA All-Stars State
Softball Tournament game against
Graceville on Saturday. Graceville's
Garrison Beach rounds third on his way
to home plate after an inside-the-park
home run against Sneads on Saturday at
the tournament. Sneads won the game
11-4 and will play today at 5 p.m.


GHS surges past Marianna


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
The Graceville Tigers bounced back
from a tough loss to the Malone Tigers on
Thursday evening by taking a 48-39 vic-
tory over the Marianna Bulldogs at Mari-
anna High School.
Graceville lost to Malone 54-52 on
a free throw with '1.6 seconds left by
Austin Williams, but the Tigers came
back to even up their record on the
day.
It, was the eighth game of the week
for the Tigers, who made it seven wins
to one defeat after taking their first six
games at the Florida-Alabama Shoot-
out in Poplar Springs on Monday and
Wednesday.
The Bulldogs led by two at halftime, but
the Tigers took control in the second half
and went ahead by as many as 12 points.
"I tried to rest some of the starters for
most of the first half, but then we just
played .pretty well (in the second half)
and finished out the game," Graceville
coach Matt Anderson said. "I felt like we


played pretty well in both games."
The Tigers were dominant at the Poplar
SSprings camp and with two more good
showings at MHS appear to have hit their
stride just as the summer is coming to a
close.
"The week has been good," Ander-
son said. "We simplified some things
and tried to make this week more like
regular season situations instead of ex-
Sperimenting so much. We've just kind of
gone back to basics like we would in the
regular season. We played people in nor-
mal positions and worked with what we
figured out over the summer. The kids
bought in prettywell as to howwe want to
play."
Despite the loss to Malone, Anderson
said he was happy with the way his play-
ers competed against the team that will
likely be the preseason No. 1 team in
Class 1A next season,
S"I think it was just important for our
kids to see that they could play with
them," the coach said. "I know (Malone)
See GHS, Page 2B


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SPORTS


Malone stays hot, tops GHS


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcflorldan.com

The Malone Tigers con-
tinued their stellar week
Thursday night at Marian-
na High School, taking two
more victories to improve
to 8-0 this week.
Malone won its first six,
games at the Florida-Ala-
bama Shootout on Mon-
day, and Wednesday, then
came back Wednesday to
take wins over Marianna.
and Graceville.
After winning 55-39
over the Bulldogs, Malone
edged by Graceville 54-52
thanks to an Austin Wil-
liams free throw with 1.6
seconds on the clock.
Williams led Malone
with 13 points, with Chai
Baker adding 10, Ty Baker
nine and Quay Royster
and Antwain Johnson six
each.
Marquis White led
Graceville with 27 points,
with Marquavious John-
son adding seven and Tay-
lor Rousseau and Devonte
Merritt scoring six each.
The game was back
and forth early on before
Malone finally got a bit of
breathing room when five
points by Ty Baker, includ-
ing a 3-point play on a two-
handed dunk, sparked a 7-
0 spurt to make it a 26-17
lead with 1:05 remaining
in the half.
But Graceville scored
the final six points of the
half, with a 3-point play
by White being followed
by'a running 30-footer at
the halftime buzzer by Ra-
sheed Campbell to make it
26-23.
Graceville led by as much
as four in the second half
after a steal and basket by
White made it 34-30, but


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Malone's Desquan Johnson tries to make a pass during a summer league game against
Graceville on Thursday.


Malone answered with
eight straight, including
back to back 3-pointers by
Chai Baker and Williams to
make it 38-34 with 11:16 to
play.
A 3-pointer by Taylor
Rousseau and a free throw
by Merritt put Graceville
back on top at 43-42, but
Williams came back with a
3-point play to put Malone
back on top with 6:12 to
play.
Another 3-point play by
White was answered with
yet another 3-pointplay by
Williams that left Malone
with a 50-49 edge with 3:42
on the clock.
But White came right
back with a 3-pointer at


the top of the key to put
Graceville back up 52-50
with 1:42 remaining.
A steal and lay-up by Chai
Baker tied the game back
up with 1:23 on the clock,
and Williamis put Malone
up for good after driving
the ball to the basket in
the waning seconds and
drawing a foul and con-
verting at the free throw
line.
Malone coach Steven
Welch said he was proud
of his team's afternoon
after having already
played seven games, in-
cluding an intense game
against Marianna right
before.
"It's almost too many


games, but I thought it
gave us an opportunity
to play a real tough game,
then get about three min-
utes of rest, and then play
another tough county
rival," he said. "We had
to face some adversity
and dig down a little bit.
We're learning how to play
through fatigue. We had to
play with some heart and
guts. It's not just about how
good you are.
"Both (Marianna and
Graceville) are playing very
good, and to play Gracev-
ille (after the Marianna,
game) and get 4 win was
nice. It was a good night.
It's been a great week so
far."


JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com



S. Williams,



Fish advance;



Roddick falls


The Associated Press

WIMBLEDON, England
-While watching Serena
Williams come from be-
hind at Wimbledon, older
sister Venus sat in the
front row stifling a yawn.
Nothing to worry
about.
Venus was correct -
barely. Serena hit a Wim-
bledon-record 23 aces,
held. every service game
and narrowly escaped an
upset bid by Zheng Jie,
winning 6-7 (5), 6-2, 9-7in
the third round Saturday.
Williams, who erased
all six break points she
faced, served three times
to stay in the match and
held each time at love.
She was pushed to deuce
serving in the final game
but closed out the victory
with a volley winner, then
hopped in glee on the
Centre Court grass.
The 5-foot-4'2 Zheng,
seeded 25th, played with
little flash but plenty of
consistency, committing
just 17 unforced errors.
She hung in the match
despite hitting only one
ace.
Williams has been
stalled at 13 Grand Slam
titles since winning Wim-
bledon for the fourth time
in 2010,.
Her next opponent will
be unseeded Yaroslava
Shvedova of Kazakhstan,
who won all 24 points in
the first set a so-called
"golden set" and beat


French Open runner-up
Sara Errani 6-0, 6-4.-It's
the first known golden set
by a woman in the Open
era, the International
Tennis Federation said,
and the BBC showed a
,highlight package of all
24 points.
Williams will face Shve-
dova on Monday.
Defending champion
Petra Kvitova, No. 2-f
ranked Victoria Azarenka
and former French Open
champions Ana Ivanovic
and Francesca Schiavone
also reached the fourth
round.
Lukas Rosol, who
stunned two-time cham-
pion Rafael Nadal in the'
second round, flopped
in his follow-up, losing
to No. 27-seeded Philipp
Kohlschreiber 6-2, 6-3, 7-
6'(6).
Three-time runner-up
Andy Roddick failed to
convert two set points in
the second set and lost to
No. 7-seeded David Fer-
rer 2-6, 7-6 (8), 6-4, 6-3.
Fellow ,American Mardy
Fish, playing in his first
tournament since under-
going a procedure on his
heart in May, beat David
Goffin 6-3, 7-6 (6), 7-6
(6).
Qualifier Brian Baker,
an American mounting
a career comeback from
reconstructive elbow
surgery, continued his
surprising run by beating
Benoit Paire 6-4, 4-6, 6-1,
6-3.


Bulldogs baseball finishes summer with wins


BY SHELIA MADER
Floridan Correspondent

.The Marianna High School
Bulldogs baseball team conclud-
ed its summer games this week,
playing six of the eight games
scheduled.
Weather pre-empted Monday's
doubleheader, with the Bulldogs
traveling to Chipley on Tuesday


GHS
From Page 1B
had just played a game and
were a little fatigued, but I
felt like if we had just made
a. few free throws late in
the game, we might have


to split a pair.
Game one was an 11-4 win
' behind the pitching of Austin
Torbett, Trent Charles, and Jared
Hendrix.
Offensively, Marianna took
advantage of Chipley pitchers
with 10 base-runners reaching
on walks.
Seth Gilmore led the Bulldogs
in walks with three, and three


/ pulled it out.
"We at least proved to
ourselves we could play on
their level. Between play-
ing West Gadsden earlier
in the summer and Malo-
ne (Thursday), we took
two of the better teams in
1A down to the wire. We've


runs scored.'
Hampton Jordan picked up
two walks with one run scored.
Torbett, Austin Nelson, Calvin
Griffin, Charles, Gray Gilmore
and Reid Long all picked up hits.
In game two, the tables turned
for Marianna, with the Bulldog
pitchers struggling to find the
strike zone.
Bradly Middleton got the nod


proven that we're getting
close to where we need
to be, and we've still got
a lot of time to get there
before November. and
December."
The Bulldogs went 0-.
2 on the evening, also
losing Malone, and


.on the mound, going two in-
nings before giving way to Reid
Long for three innings.
Hayden Hurst came on in the
sixth and struck out the side.
Middleton allowed five runs on
no hits, with Long allowing four
runs on no hits, while striking
out 11.
On Wednesday, Marianna trav-
eled to Bozeman and suffered a


Marianna coach Travis
Blanton said both Gracev-
ille and Malone will be dif-
ficult to deal with during
the real season. I
"Graceville was a playoff
team last year and they've
got all of those kids back,
so they've got a lot of


7-3 loss in game one and a 6-1
loss in game two.
Details were not available.
On Friday, the season conclud-
ed with two wins over visiting
Blountstown.
In game one, Marianna
squeaked out a 1-0 victory be-
fore scoring four runs in the bot-
tom of the final inning to take
the second game 6-5.


stuff going for them," he respect, and now we're
said. back to being the under-,
"Them and Malone dog. We're OK with that.
should be heavily favored "Our kids understand-
in basically every game what their roles are now
they play this year. We and how hard they've got
sort of took the underdog to play every night to play
role early in the summer, with the teams like Malone
but then we earned some and Graceville."


Bulldogs
From Pake 1B
was good for us. We got to
play some different teams
and see. some different
stuff."
MHS played without key
starter Herman Williams,
with Charmaine Johnson
moving into ,the starting
lineup and drawing praise


Finish
'From Page 1B
it back to within six be-
fore Curteeona Brelove
scored six straight points
to help Malone pull
away with. two minutes
remaining.
The games were the
last of the summer for
Malone, which finished
the summer season with
a 10-1 record, the only
loss coming against Ash-
ford at the Poplar Springs
camp.
Lady Tigers coach By-
ron Williams' said he has
been very happy with how
his team has played this
summer.
"I thought we did pretty
well. We got in the gym
early on this summer and
had some good days and
did a lot of playing," he
said.
"Everybody stepped
up for us. Brianna Dal-


from Blanton, as well as re-
serves Jamel Johnson and.
Kyle Tanner.
The Bulldogs were com-
ing off of a pair of losses
Thursday night, at home
to Malone and Gracev-
ille, but Blanton said he
was happy with the way
his players came back
Friday.
"It's a good test to see
how you'll respond to


las and Jakivia (Hearns)
played good this summer,
Curteeona Brelove and
Angelica Lvingston domi-
nated the boards and had
a lot of points in the paint,
and Alicia Jackson played
real well also. For the most
part, we've been playing
with five or six girls, but we
did OK."
Brelove is. the return-
ing leading scorer and re-
bounder for Malone from
last season, but Williams
praised rising junior Bri-
anna Dallas and incoming
freshman Alicia Jackson
for both raising their game
this summer.
"I think Brianna Dallas
is going to do real well.
She has made a lot of im-
provement," the coach
said. "She's taking care of
the ball and she's calm
and playing under control
more than anything. She's
going to be my point guard
this year.
"Alicia Jackson didn't


adversity," the coach said.
"They bounced back and
came ready to play, even,
under a little bit of fa-
tigue. Both games (Thurs-
day) took a lot out of us.
They were rivalry game's
against county teams,
and that takes a physi-
cal and emotional toll on
you.
"You never know how
guys will handle it men-


play a lot last year, but she
is going to be a good player
for us."
Malone lost three key
seniors from last season


tally or physically, but they
bounced back and had a
decent response. We end-
ed on a better note, but
we've still got a lot of work
to do and they understand
that. I'm glad they didn't
lie down. We could very
easily have been 0-3, but
we competed in all three
games."
Marianna had a 13-game
summer winning streak


in Olivia Daniels, Shakira
Smith and Venisha Hearns,
and the coach said that the
process of replacing their
production and leadership


snapped Tuesday at home
in a double overtime loss
to Mosley, and had lost
three straight before Fri-
day's victories.
Blantor- said 'he was
pleasantly surprised by
his team's resurgent sum-
mer, especially after the
loss of last year's leading
scorer Quay Royster, but
the last week of games
showed that the Bulldogs


will continue on into the
regular season.
"Honestly, I don't think
those girls can really be
replaced during the sum-


are still far from a finished
product.
"I think our guys real-
ize that they've still got a
lot of work to do;" he said.
"But they still improved,
a lot and they've still got
some confidence. They
know the world is not go-
ing to end after some guys
left. We still have enough
left here to get the job
done."


mer," Williams said. "May-
be sometime during the
season, we'll kind of figure
that out. I know they'll tru-
ly be missed."


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Outdoors



Suddenly young again


Once read a little quip,
in a small volume of
inspirational witti-
cisms, which stated that
one's 40s are the old age
of youth while one's 50s
constitute the youth of'
old age. The little book
was a birthday gift. I'd
just turned 59. Hmm, I
thought, this means I'm a
teenager again.
Hot dog! Whoopee! Oh
boy!
My first course of action
upon learning I am once
again in my teens was to
load up the truck, motor
out to my favorite hunt-
ing site, and proceed to
assemble and erect three
ladder-type tree stands, a
project I'd been dreading
for weeks as I sat around
moping over the mistaken
notion that I might be
aging.
No need to worry now,
my newly discovered
adolescent brain told me.
Such a task was bound to
be the proverbial piece of
cake. Wham! Bam! Thank
you, Ma'am! I'd have those
stands up in no time. Af-
terward, there'd be plenty
of day left to walk a hiking
trail or two and maybe do
a little fishing.
Why not? I'm a teenager,
after all. My energies are
boundless. Moderation is
for old folks.
Or so I thought at the.
time. Three hours later I
harbored grave doubts.
Now don't get me wrong.
The clever adage by which
I was initially so inspired
did ring true in spirit.
Trouble is, while the spirit
got the message loudly
and clearly, the flesh,
such as it is, wasn't paying
attention.
My back muscles, for
instance, never heard
they're no longer sup-


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Outdoors Columnist

posed to hurt after a few
minutes spent dragging a
cumbersome metal-and-
wood contraption through
mud, briars, and exposed
Street roots. My joints were
unaware that they should
not now sound like a
semi-automatic .22 rifle
being fast-fired at a shoot-
ing range. My legs (curse
their ignorance) insisted it
is still their prerogative to
turn to masses of agonized
jelly after two or three'
attempts at climbing. My
eyes, it seemed, are the
only body parts.harkening
back to my earlier adoles-
cent period. They still fail
to recognize poison ivy,
when they see it.
Or can.it be that my
physical faculties did
understand after all? Did
they somehow realize
the youth of old age is
different from the youth
of youth we so fondly
remember? Had I simply
been lied to?
Alas, I fear so. I found it
hard to catch my breath.
The fact that I was strug-
gling mightily to get that
stand off my chest as I lay
flat of my back was no
excuse. It would not have
happened 40 years ago.
And never, then, would
I have had to pause to
* check for broken bones
before once again rising
.to my feet. Something told
me I'd better wash the
leaves and dirt from my
mouth with bottled water,


not water from the creek
as I once would have.
At last, dejected, I fin-
ished. With the first stand,
at least. The process had
to be repeated twice more,
in two different locations.
What once Would have
been a great adventure
had now become weari-
some toil.
I persevered and the
job was done, but not
without the glitches and
foul-ups that plague the
worn-out and the weary.
The youth of old age, my
foot! I was tired, dadgum-
mit. Tired and sore. I could
hardly move without
hurting.
"Lord," I prayed, "just let
me drag my bedraggled
OLD self slowly back to
the truck"
But wait. Could it be
my first assumption was
correct? Suddenly, I was
young again. I moved
through the forest with the
greatest of ease, sore legs
and creaking joints a dis-
tant memory. I ran, even,
with great exuberance,
clothing fluttering and
flapping. Iwas oblivious
to the thorny vines tearing
at my face and extremities.
I was a yearling colt feel-
ing my oats, a mere babe
in the woods.
A miracle, you ask? Di-
vine intervention?
Nope. Yellow jackets.
Glory be, I thought as I
moved along swiftly and
effortlessly, it does a body
good to know the spright-
liness of youth has indeed
returned:
Yessir, these latter-
day teen years are just
wonderful.
Heck, I might even take
to cruising' chicks on the
town square again.
As soon as the swelling
goes down.


Fishing Report


LAKE SEMINOLE
Bass fishing is fair. The
fish may betough to catch
at times. Try fishing grass
lines with topwater baits
early. After sunup, switch
to jerkbaits in the same
areas. Later in the day,
some success may be
had flipping the lily pads
and open pockets in the
hydrilla patches.
Bream fishing has been
good lately. Bluegills are
actively biting cricketsand
shellcrackers have been
caught in good numbers
on large wigglers.
Catfish are good,
particularly over hard bot-
toms. Stinkbaits are good
offerings.
SAnglers braving the heat
may find a few hybrids
schooling over humps
.and sandbars late in the
afternoon.
LAKE EUFAULA
Bass fishing is fair. Fish
Carolina-rigged worms
and jigs on main-lake
points and ledges. In the
creeks, fish large worms
rigged Texas-style. Fish
very slowly. Also try dock


fishing with Texas-rigged
soft plastics. Upriver,
fishing worms and spin-
nerbaits near'the banks is
recommended.
Crappies are lockedinto
their summertime pattern.
SFishing for them can be
fair to goqd on moderately
deep flats just off the river
channel. Look for flats
areas with transient brush
piles and fish jigging
spoons vertically, directly
in the brush.
Bream are quite active
and will readily take crick-
ets, especially near creek
drop-offs with structure
present. Fish size is small
overall, but numbers are
good.
Catfish will bite late in
the day on flats as they
move into shallower water
to feed.
SHybrids are inconsistent
at present.
LAKE ANDREWS/
-CHATTAHOOCHEE
RIVER
Look for bass to bite
* topwater lures early in the
morning ard possibly late
in the afternoon. During


the middle of the day,
largemouths may be taken
near channel breaks in
spots -where the chan-
nel curves closest to the
shoreline. Spoons and jig-
and-pig combos may take
a few of these fish. Also
fish crankbaits near the
mouth of any creek where
clear water is present.
Bream should be active,
but few will be caught
using shallow-water meth-.
ods. For the best results,
drift-fish downstream
from the dam, vertically
dropping live worms or
crickets on a moderately
heavy rig. The breamwill
usually hold rather deep
in a temperature comfort
zone. Depth will be gener-
ally consistent up and
down the river.
Catfishing is fair overall
and is best downstream
from the dam along bluff
walls and near sandbars.

Generation schedules, pool levels,
and other such information for
.area waterways may be obtained
by calling toll-free 1-888-771-4601.
Follow the recorded instructions
and access the touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River System.,


TUESDAY NIGHT SUMMER LEAGUE
June 26
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
1) Just Saying 25-7
2) Sharp Shooters 20-12
3) James Gang 19-13
4)3 Sets & a Pair 18-14
5) Awesome 18-14
6) MarlannaWash 17-15
7) Baconators 16-16
8) Enforcer .15-17
9) OH ****!!! 14-18
10) YEPPP 11-21
11) Rejects 11-21
12) Alley Cats 8-24
a High Team Handicap: Just Saying: 979
a High Team Handicap Series: Awesome: 2754
a High Game Woman: Nichole Townsell: 226
a High Series Woman: LuAnn: 512
a High Game Man: Kinney: 278
a High Series Man: Kinney: 772
TUESDAY MORNING NO TAPPERS
June 26
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L


Alford Recreation
Alford Recreation will
hold pee wee tackle
football and cheerleading
signups in Alford every
Saturday in July from 9
a.m. to noon at the Alford
ball park located behind
the Dollar General store
on Hwy 231.
Signup is for kids ages
5 to 13 and cost$65 per
child. Girls are allowed to
play football.
Volunteers are still
needed for coaches
for both football and
cheerleading.
Contact Patricia Melvin
at 326-2510 for more in-
formation, or visit Alford
Recreation Association
on Facebook.

Golf Tournament
The Marianna High
School Golf Team will be
Shooting a golf tourna-
ment July 14-15.
The event is a fundrais-
er for the upcoming year
for the golf program. The
format will be a three-
man scramble at a cost of
$85 per player.
Lunch will be served on
Sunday.
Marianna golf coach
Scott Wiggins said the
event serves as the
team's major fund-
raiser and helps with
travel, golf bags and
green fees that are not
covered in the budget
but assist in supporting
the program.
For further informa-
tion, contact Scott
Wiggins at 573-7506
or Brian McKeithan at
482-4257.

Swimming Lessons
Chipola College will
offer swimming lessons
for all ages. Lessons are
based on a combina-


1) Gordon's Crew 12-4
2) Banana Sluggers 11-5
3) The Star Jets 8-8
4) Dynamic Trio 8-8
5) The Knights 6-10
6) Clarity & 6-6
7) Awesome Amigos 4-12
a High Team Game: Banana Sluggers: 711.
a High Team Series: Clarity's Crew: 2025
a High Game Hdcp: Brad: 324
a High Series Hdcp: Greg Nickels: 776
THURSDAY NIGHT SUMMER 9-NO-TAP
June 28
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
1) Fireballs 20-8
2) Mike's Crew 14.5-13.5
3) Doing It 14-14
4) Fun Of It 14-14
5) Team 300 13.5-14.5
6) The A Team 13-15
7) Bat Champs 13-15
8) New Guys 10-18
) High Game Hdcp: Doing It: 1029
" High Series Hdcp: Fireballs: 2813
a High Game: Jennifer: 233
a High Game: Jay R: 300
y High Series: Mary Jones: 607
a High Series: Jay Roberts: 811


Cancellara wins Tour de France prologue


The Associated Press

LIEGE, Belgium Fabian Cancellara
of Switzerland won the Tour de France
prologue for a fifth time on Saturday,
beating title hopeful BradleyWiggins of
Britain by seven seconds.
"What a great opening again!" said
SCancellara.
France's Sylvain Chavanel was third,
also 7 seconds back, after the winding
4-mile time trial in Liege. Cadel Evans of
Australia began his title defense in 13th
place, 17 seconds behind Cancellara.
All of Cancellara's prologue victories
have been outside France. The first.


came in the same Belgian city in 2004,
when he beat seven-time Tour winner
Lance Armstrong by 2 seconds, then, in
London in 2007, Monaco in 2009, and
Rotterdam in 2010.
Wiggins, a three-time Olympic cham-
pion who is hoping to become the first
Briton to win the Tour, said going into
the prologue that Cancellara was "the
best in the world" when it comes to
time trials.
"I finished second, so that's a good
thing," said Wiggins. "Physically I
felt fantastic. I didn't take any major
risk because there were a lot of tricky
sections."


tion of nationally-recog-
nized methods.
Children's swimming
lessons for ages four and
up are scheduled on the
following dates: Session
2: July 9-19, with a regis-
tration deadline of July 2;
Session 3: July 30-Aug. 9,
with a registration dead-
line of July 23. Classes
are available at 9 a.m., 10
a.m. or 7 p.m.
Sessions include eight
45 minute classes which
meet Monday through
Thursday for two weeks.
Cost of regular swimming
lessons is $45. Pre-regis-
tration is required, with
a $5 late registration fee.
For information, call pool
manager Rance Massen-
gill at 718-2473.

Youth Wrestling Club
MariannaYouth
Wrestling Club is holding
practice on Tuesdays and
Thursday from 5-7:30
p.m. at the Old Marianna
High School Wrestling
Room.
All kids ages 5-18 are
welcome to join. Call
Coach Ron Thoreson
for further information:
272-0280.


Golf Tournament
The first "Teeing Off"
For Kids golf tournament
will be held Aug. 25 at In-
dian Springs Golf Course
in Marianna at 8 a.m.
Benefits of the tourna-
ment are going to The
Children's Burn Camp of
North Florida and The
Jackson County Firefight-
ers Association Charity
Fund.
Cost is $65 per golfer
and $260 for a four-man
team, which includes 18
holes, car, driving range,
lunch, goody bag and
entries into drawing.
A hole in one will win
a new car from Rahal
Chevrolet. Sponsorships
are available."
For more informa-
tion, call RickyWmiget at
850-557-2652 or email at
rwinget03@gmail.com.

Sports Items
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to editorial@jcfloridan.
com, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
FL 32447.


Incue


UEFA urges delay before

goal-line tech decision


The Associated Press

KIEV, Ukraine -,UEFA
wants soccer's lawmaking
panel to delay a decision
next week on approving
goal-line technology.
The European. soccer
body pledged full support
Saturday for its rival five-
officials method of referee-
ing, despite an error that
denied Ukraine a goal in a
decisive European Cham-
pionship group match
against England.
Hours after the match,
which England won 1-0 to
eliminate the co-host, FIFA
President Sepp Blatter said
goal-line technology was
"no longer an alternative
but a necessity" at the 2014
World Cup.
The panel, known
as IFAB and featuring


representatives of FIFA and
the'four British governing
bodies, will meet Thurs-
day and .could approve
either or both of two goal-
line systems being test-
ed, plus the five-officials
project.
However, UEFA secre-
tary general Gianni In-
fantino said it wanted "an
open debate on technol-
ogy in football involving
stakeholders before any
decision is taken."
UEFA President Michel
Platini stepped up his
rhetoric against technol-
ogy, ahead of the key rules
meeting at FIFA headquar-
ters. Two weeks ago, he ac-
knowledged that "Yes, Blat-
ter will do it" when asked
if either the Hawk-Eye or
GoalRef goal line systems
would be permitted.


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Dear Annie: My father and mother were
both sick and only weeks away from
dying when my niece went to my father's
bedside and asked if she could have his
house when he "didn't need it anymore."
She made sure that her mother was with
her to witness the question and answer.
My father suffered from dementia for
several years, and it was no surprise that
he agreed that "Rhoda" could have the
house. But his will was'made out many
years before, and it left everything to
be equally divided between his eight
children.
After my parents died, Rhoda put
pressure on her mother to get the house.
When I questioned Rhoda's actions, her
mother defended her. When my brother
said we were going to sell the house,
Rhoda told us we could sell it. only to her
and at a greatly reduced price.
'My father intended to leave everything
to his children, not his grandchildren.


This has split our family apart, and I
don't know if we ever will get over the
hard feelings that Rhoda has'caused. She
feels no remorse and still believes she
should get the family home because Dad
"promised" it to her. I say she gets noth-
ing. More importantly, she never should
have gone to my father on his deathbed
to begin with. What do you say?
SPLIT FAMILIES

Dear Spilt: Rhoda sounds like a vul-
ture. If your father had a legal will, the
attorney should inform Rhoda that she is
not entitled to the house or the proceeds
from its sale. Of course, if the majority of
your siblings choose to sell her the house
anyway, there's not much you can do.
Your letter should serve as a reminder to
our readers to put their wishes in writing
while they are of sound mind and not
leave ihe door open to mercenary
relatives who try to take advantage.


Ask Mr. Know-it-all
BY GARY CLOTHIER

mI have heard that a pound of What became of the country
Lemons contains more sugar singer Johnny Rodriguez?
S than a pound of strawberries. Where can I get his record-
Can this be true? S.B., Waterloo, Iowa ings? D.M., Gadsden, Ala.


Answer. I have heard the same thing
several times. It's fascinating, but it
never seemed believable. I checked the
nutrition facts: 100 grams of lemons has
3 grams of sugar; 100 grams of strawber-
ries has 5 grams of sugar.

Q One of my husband's favorite
sayings is, "It's better than a
poke in the eye with a sharp
stick." Where did that saying originate?
C.R., Peoria, Ill.

Answer This is a colloquial way of
expressing that you're pleased with
something without showing too much
enthusiasm. The phrase is believed to
have originated in the 19th century in
Australia; it is also popular in the U.K.


Answer: Johnny Rodriguez continues
to perform. In the past 40 years, he has
released 35 CDs. His newest album
is "Live From Texas," a recording of a
performance in Hamilton, Texas, in 2011.
You can purchase the CD at www.run
ninwideopenproduction.com.

Q "Michelle" by the Beatles is
Such a beautiful song. What is
the translation of the French
part? M.U., Charles City, Iowa

Answer: "Michelle" is a love ballad by
the Beatles. The French phrase is: "Mi-
chelle, ma belle / Sont des mots qui vont
tees bien ensemble./ Tres bien ensem-
ble." In English, the phrase means, "these
are words that go together well." .


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designer, writer and artist who died in 1932, North 06-30-12
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delight. A832
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delight. The auction given is sane, but let's as-'
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followed by two no-trump. SO
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finesse) arid four clubs (with one finesse). To A Q
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entries. Two are apparent: the aces. The other K J 9 7
two must be "manufactured."' 7 4
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a club to his jack. Next, he leads the diamond Dealer: South
nine his second-lowest to. dummy's ace, Vuflnerable: North-South
then plays a diamond' to his jack. He cashes
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club four to dummy's six. Then he takes a heart 2 NT Pass 3 NT Allpass
finesse. He cashes the diamond king and leads
the carefully preserved diamond seven to
dummy's eight. Then he takes a second heart Opening lead: 4 Q
finesse and accepts the plaudits of partner.



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World
Almanac
Today is the 183rd day
of 2012 and .the 12tli day
of summer.,
TODAY'S HISTORY:
In 1863, the Battle of
Gettysburg began.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
George Sand (1804-1876),
novelist; Walter White
(1893-1955), NAACP
leader; Olivia de Havil-
land (1916- ),' actress;
Sydney Pollack (1934-
2008), filmmaker; Deb-
bie Harry (1945-), singer;
Dan Aykroyd (1952- ),
actor; Diana, Princess of
Wales (1961-1997); Carl
Lewis (1961- ), Olympic,
athlete; Pamela Anderson
(1967-), actress.
TODAY'S FACT: More
than 47.5 million Ameri-
cans were enrolled in
Medicare in 2010.
TODAY'S QUOTE: "The
beauty that addresses
itself to the eyes is only
the spell of the moment;
the eye of the body is not
always that of the soul."
- George Sand
TODAY'S NUMBER: 156
- years Hong Kong was
formally controlled by
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CANCER (June 21-July
22) Get involved in
objectives that make
you feel you've done
something worthwhile.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
It's not surprising that
you need some variety in
life at times, and it might
be one of those days.
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Although it may be up
to you to design the blue-
print for finalizing a mat-
ter that meets everyone's
desires, you'll have all the
know-how to do so right
at your fingertips. /
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also relevant to persons 8
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this moment in time, it's 22
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allow anybody to plan an 38S
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events, but don't try to 451
manipulate everything.
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happier allowing matters L
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course.
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lately to touch base with
two friends in particular,
it would be nice if you 25
could make this possible.
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challenge.
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required.
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serving
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WASHINGTON The Supreme Court decided
Friday not to consider reinstating the government's
$550,000 fine on CBS for Janet Jackson's infamous
breast-baring "wardrobe malfunction" at the 2004
Super Bowl. The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
twice had thrown out the fine. The second time
came after the Supreme Court upheld the FCC's
policy threatening fines against even one-time uses
of curse words on live television.

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PLANET JR.
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TRACTOR,
two wheel chain
drive, cone clutch
no belts
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paint 8 HP,
w/Harrow $1,250
OBO 334-695-0053


Baby Things Store
."'U ke On Ouiacebook Page.
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3lrtforti HwySte 1, Rotil9~0i ,
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Vintage Rondella Accordion Made Italy 41k,
120b good cond. Gold, pearl. 850-569-2011, $390

Vintage Singer Touch & Sew Deluxe Zig Zag
Mod 645, Feet, needles, etc. $69,850-569-2011.




Free Kittens, fixed, rabies vacc, many colors
334-797-4521 befbre-5Dm or 618-7177 after 5om


Free to good home, 1 Sweet,Golden Tabby,
declawed/neutered, adult 334-432-4311

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Black. Sire: Jet is a CandleWood line dog, Hunt-
ing Trial and hunt tested. Great duck dog!
Dame: Boogs is a yellow female, good retriev-
er, loves the water. She enjoys boat and jet ski
rides as well as swimming with kids. $600.
Contact: Ron Haag 850-572-7303 or
ronald.haag@yahoo.com

Basset Hound puppies, AKC $400. 6 boys/3
girls. Born 5/11, ready on 7/6. For further infor-
mation and photos, go to www.blountsbamaba
ssets.doodlekit.com or call (334)797-6063..


Animal Trap, 32x10x12, brand new $29 FIRM,
850-482-7665 after 10am
Antique School Bell with mounting bracket,
100 Ibs, $325, 850-415-1442
Art Easel for 2 by Step 2 -Kids, dry erase/chalk
board, Storage tray & folds. $20.850-482-5434
Barbie and Ken LOTR Collectible Lord of the
Rings, Aragorn .& Arwen Set, Mint Condition,
$175, 334-797-7793, leave message, photo avail-
able


Barbie Doll, 1996 Atlanta Olympic, new In box,
mint cond. $20 850-557-0778
Bed: Queen/full four poster bed frame $200.
850-272-6412
Bed Set, Queen, mattress, boxsprings & frame,
$180 850-352-4181
Boat Motor classic 1955 Johnson Seahorse, 5.5
hp. runs. $325. 850-415-1442
Bowls, med. (2) Jeri Burdick pottery, signed
$10/each 850-360-4048
Bank Bed Frame, lite wood, nearly new, $100
850-526-3426
oBunkbed: Twin over full, blue metal frame,
$175 OBO. 850-272-6412
Cabbage Patch Kid, 1996 Atlanta Olympic, new
in bok, mint cond. $50 850-557,0778
Chair, Lazy Boy Swlyel Rocker, new, $80 239-
272-8236 ..
Chest of Drawers, 4 drawer, Solid Wood; Very
Nice $150 334-671-0070 Mornings'
Chest of Drawers with 2 night stands, $75 for
all 850-592-2881
Coffee table & 2 side table set, Solid Dark Oak
wood. Very Nice $250 334-671-0070 Mornings
Desk Chair, rolls, cane back, oak $20 850-360-
4048
Dining Room Set, Vintage, Buffet, China Cabi-
net & Table $350 OBO 850-209-4500
Dining Room Table w/leaf and 6 chairs, Oval
Cherry, exc. cond. $300 850-209-4500
Dining Table w/4 Chairs, Dark Brown, Solid
Wood, Very Nice $250 334-671-0070 Mornings
Double Sleeper Couch, solid wood, accented,
excellent condition $350 850-557-4419


End Table, Glass Top $35 239-212-8236
End Table, octagonal, solid wood, 1 shelf, ex-
cellent condition $75 850-557-4419
Hair Dryers,(2) Antique, all metal, hand held
Handy Hannah NIB $50/ea 850-557-0778
Hat, Baily Felt, Beige, size 7, $40 850-209-4500
Littlest Pet Shop Adoption Ctr w/2 pets & many
accessories $20. 850-482-5434
Porta Potty, small, $30 850-209-4500


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$150 850-557-5066/573-6368


Outboard Motor, 15HP Johnson, recently tuned,
runs great, $500 OBO 850-545-7843
Phone, AT&T LG STRIVE, $60 OBO 850-443-
6806 "
Piano Chainew/low harp design back, vintage,
$35 850-209-4500
Plates, Lunch (4) Jeri Burdick pottery, signed
$15/each 850-360-4048
Platters (2) Jeri Burdick pottery, signed
$25/each 850-360-46.48
Play Mat, Baby Einstein, Baby Neptune
w/arches. $25 850-209-4500
Princess Bed: Loft Bed w/slide, exc cond.,
no mattress/boxspring. $200. Call 334-333-8515
Raggedy Ann Doll, 3ft, homemade, great condi-
tion, $30 850-209-4500
Recliner Lift Chair, green, excellent condition
$250 850-557-4419
Recliner, Light Brown, Very Beautiful $250
334-671-0070 Mornings
Riding Mower Snapper B&S $350. 334-333-8519
Rims & Tires: 18" Chrome, $300. 850-708-7686.
Rug, 8x10, beige & taupe excellent condition
$75 850-360-4048
Sleeper Sofa. Mint green/burgundy flower
print. Clean. Only,$150. 850-482-2636
Spray Gun, HVLP, paint spray gun with spare
canister. $30 850-482-7933. ",
Table Lamp, $30 239-272-8236
Tires (2), 205x 55x 16, $20 for both, 850-482-
7665 after 10am
True Blood Collection Season 1 and 2 DVD
Sets, bumper sticker, two magnets, four pack
of bottles of Tru Blood, & issue of Rolling Stone
Magazine with Sookie, Bill, and Eric cover, mint
condition, $175, 334-797-7793, leave message,.
photo available .-
TV, 52" Toshiba, works perfect $200, 850-352-
4301
Walker, rolling with seat & basket, excellent
condition $100 850-557-4419
Wash Pots: Antique iron Ig $90, sm $75. Indoor
wood burning stove+ stack $250. 850-482-1424
Wedding.Dress Sz 18, light blue accents on
top, Alfred Angelo Brand, empire waist, fantasy
style, could easily be made also into a cos-
tume, one small spot towards bottom that can
be cleaned, $75,334-797-7793, leave message,
photo available *
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11.5 $200 850-209-0593
Yearbook, Riverside Elementary 2010, $15
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CKC Yorkle Puppiesll 2 Liters 4/M & 2/F
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M $500. & F $600. Firm Call 334-701-0418
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Good disposition, good w/kids 850-956-5175














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1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments
Monthly rent from $764 + utilities
SRental Assistance for Qualified Applicants
For Rental Info & Applications
Call: 850-482-7150
Holly Hill Apartments
Located at: 4414 Holly Hill Drive, Marianna
Mon-Fri, 9:00 AM-5:OOPM
(TDD #1-800-955-8771)
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Beach Cottage for Rent: 3BR 1.5BA, Large
screened porch, Beacon Hill (Near Mexico
Beach) $500/wk 850-482-2539 or 201-888-2388


Spacious Town Home in Greenwood Florida
3/2, Living room, dining room, CH&A,
eat-in kitchen & laundry room.
Call 229-869-0883 for appointment to see.


S2BR 1BA House for rent,3043 Noland St. Safe
neighborhood, $500/mo + dep. 850-482-
8196/209-1301
2BR 2BA House in town, fenced in back yard,
carport, pets neg., $750 + dep. 850-272-7385
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2/1 $350, located in Cypress, water/septic/
pest control included, 850-272-2972
S2/1 in Alford, $380 + deposit 850-579-
8882/850-209-1664/850-573-1851
2/1 Located between Grand Ridge & Sneads
S water& garbage included $350/month
4I 850-573-0308 4m
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Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595.
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale.
NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month
850-258-1594/638-8570 Leave Message
S 3BR 2BA, Private lot, CH/A, access to Mill Pond,
water/sewer/yard maint. incl. $550 No pets.,
Deposit required. 850-638-7822
Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR Mobile Homes.
S Lot rent included. Also available,
1 & 2BR Apts & Houses. For details
4 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4-
*Special* Mobile Home for rent between
SChipley & Cottondale, CH/A,
S water/sewer/garb. ncl. $500/mo
850-258-4868/209-8847





S 40 Acres W/ mature pine trees for sale. Ideal
S for hunting. Located in Dellwood, Fl on
S Parramore Road. NEWLY REDUCED $119,000,
Swilling to entertain offers. Call 850-509-2647





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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 floors, gas fireplace, rocking chair
front porch and screened back porch.
Fenced yard, professional landscaping,
sprinkler & security systems.
2 car garage. $235,000..
Call Jim Whittum 334-791-7510
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S2BR 2BA 1993 Destiny Mobile Home For Sale
New metal roof, new faucets, new dishwasher,
CH/A, no stove or fridge, U move! $8500 850-
'272-2942 after 5pm






Solf Cart (Gasoline), for Sale,
Golf Course Ready!
334-347-7833
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S 2008 15 ft. Gheenoe, with Road King trailer, 8
HP Yamaha outboard motor, excellent condi-
Stion, $2,300, 850-573-4932 or 850-272-7710 after
4:00 p.m.

S26' Boat,
Clean, Cubby Cabin,
$12,500.
Call 334-714-5297
Boston Whaler, 18.5', walk through, pleasure,
i ski & fish, 150 HP Mercury Optimax, Salt Water
h4 Version, Dual axel aluminum trailer,
w/hydraulic emergency brakes, seldom used &
in above excellent condition. Includes ski tow
i'var & Bimini top, 2001, but originally invoiced in
', 2004. Fair Value $22,000, but will take $17,500
S 229-768-2369 Fort Gaines, Georgia
SCrowpline '03 20ft. Bowrider, good condition,
169 hours, $15,500. 334-714-0770.



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Extreme $4,995
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2004 Conquest by Gulfstream 32 ft, 2 slides,
i excellent condition, if interested call 850-272-
2829, $6,500 OBO
Travel Trailer 2013 20' 2500 LB Lite, sleeps 6,
Jlextras plus warranty, 12k FIRM 850-573-4990


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CAMPER TRAILER-Fleetwood Wilderness '04,
1 slide-out, 33 ft., fully loaded $6,000 334-687-
4739, 928-651-2990
S- -- Fun Finder X Travel Trailer
S 16 ft. $7000. one owner $20,0
Great Condition.
334-347-7061.
Chevrolet '99 C2500:


SLaredo'06, 26 RKS, New
La "-; A/C w/2 year warranty,
Sm Camper has never leaked,
S1 Super slide, elec. & pro-
pane water heater, fridge
is propane & elec, fiber-
glass ext, spare tire, carri-
er, hitch, $13k OBO 701-351-0352 FT Rucker
Travel Trailer, 1999, 26ft Dutchmen Lite, good
condition, sleeps 6, appliances all work, heater
needs ignighter rod, floor may need some
small repair, $4250 850-447-0085/447-1368


Chevrolet Cobra RV,
Low Miles, Generate
Call 334-714-5297




Four Winds'07 Hurricane
32ft. fully equipt $48,000.
334-692-4254.


Winnebago 2002 Brave:
2 slides, 2 AC, leveling jacks, auto satellte,
work horse chasey, low miles, new tires,
back-up camera. Tons of Extra s! Very Nice!
Asking $30,000. Call 334-684-2933





'02 Cadillac DeVille 62K mi. very clean, exc
cond. light bronze in color, tan leather int.
4.6 V-8 engine $6000. 334-677-3733
or 334-791-6885.
2003 MAZDA MIATA Red 5-Speed convertible
68,000 miles great gas mileage, fun car, $7,500,
334-405-7402 anytime
Cadillac '11 SRX FWD Performance Colection
less than 6000 miles. Black Raven in color and
Shale w/ Ebony interior. $38,000.
4 334-692-5741 or 334-796-3784.


Chevrolet'10 Cobalt MUST SELL!I
Like New, $200 down, $249 per month
Call Ron Ellis 714-0028.


Chevrolet '10 Impala
Nice,'4 door, Sedan. Loaded.,Great Fuel
Mileage. $300 down, $300 per month.
Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243.


Chevrolet 2006 Equinox LT 63,000 miles; A/C,
AM/FM and Satellite Radio; Power Windows
and Door Locks; Cruise Control; Good tires;
$9,000; 334-774-3474 or 334-791-1074.
Chevrolet '99 Malibu: Grey, 197k miles,
and cloth interior. Needs Work!
Asking $960. OBO. Call 334-792-0452

DO YOU NEED A VICLE? GOT BAD CREDIT? *
SO Down/lst Payment, Tax, Tag & Title
Repos, Slow Credit, Past Bankruptcy OK!
Push, Pull or Drag, Will Trade Anythingi
$10 Walmart Gift Card w/Purchase!
RIDE TODAYI Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550
Ford'07 Focus SE, 2 dool
hatchback, 36,000 miles,
automatic, clean, cold
air, wholesale, $6995. Call
I 334-790-7959.
HONDA ACCORD 2011 EXL fully loaded
brown, 13K miles $26,500 334-695-0202

Lincoln'98 Town Car,
Clean $3,800. Call
334-714-5297



Mazda '11 3,
Still under warranty. Great Fuel Mileage.
Loaded, Nicw, $250 down, $299 per month
Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243.
Mercury'06 Grand
.Marquis GS, Excellent
Condition, 84,711 mi.,
LOADED, All Power,
Champaign in color.
$8500 334-588-2125

Nissan'12 Altima 2.55, 12K miles, white in color,
$16,400. 850-559-7370.
Toyota '11 Corolla LE
Low Miles, Like New,
$200 down, $269 per month
Call Ron Ellis 714-0028.


Toyota '11 Sienna LE white in color, 31K mi.
$20.500. 850-559-7370.


Toyota '12 Yaris 4-door low mil. blue in color
$17,000 334-445-0921 or 731-614-8687


Harley-Davidson 2005
Fatboy, 15th Anniversary
Edition, extra chrome,
creamin Eagle State 1
System, Centerline wheels,
removable windshield, cus-
tomer seat. Many extras. 13,540 miles and im-
maculate. $12,000.706-260-0347, 334-735-2732
Harley-Davidson 20120 Super Glide custom,
Like new. 700 miles, forward controls. Upgrad-
ed seat. $9,950. Call 850-835-6832.


Lexus '02 RX300 white & silver with tan int.
sunroof, tinted windows, 6 disc cd changer,
newtires, exc. cond. 116K mi.
$10,900. 334-797-9290
Toyota,"11 Venza,
One owner, Excellent
Condition,Silver Metallic
push button start,
4-cylinder, 6-speed, side air bags, 19" alloy
wheels, 15K Miles, $25,500 334-984-0080



CaselH 70 XT Loader
79hp, 448 hours, reg.
bucket and grapple
bucket. Must see to
appreciate the condition.
$19,500.00 Call 334-894-2315

Dodge '99 1500:
Quad Cab, V8 magnum, fully loaded, 192k
miles, runs excellent. $2,800 OBO.
Call 334-798-1768 or 334-691-2987


Chevrolet '08 Silverado
Z71 LT2: crew cab, 2WD,
leather, fully loaded,
sprayed bedliner, beige,
extra clean, 50k miles,
00. Call 334-699-1090


Ext Cab, white, work


truck in good condition, low miles, new en-
gine with 100,000 miles warranty, new tires,
routinely services, and cloth interior.
Priced At Only $7,800. Call 334-701-0320


Dodge '05 Dakota: St club cab, 2WD,
extended cab, 2 door, 3.7L V6, auto tran,
AM/FM/CD, AC, bedliner, tool box,
99k miles and excellent tires.
Outstanding Condition!
$6,900. OBO Call 334-389-3071


Ford 1979 F-100, Classic
Stepside, 302 engine, auto-
Smatic, super clean, runs
good, cold air, $3,450,
Call Tony at 334-237-2634




Ford '79 F700: Boom Truck. Can be used for
septic tanks and more. Asking $3,850.
Call 334-726-4661 or 334-886-9003


VOLVO 2007 670. RED,
625,000 MILES. VERY CLEAN.
9 ASKING $32,000. SERIOUS
INQUIRIES ONLY.
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5035 Hwy 90 since
Marianna FL 32446 7
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PRUDENTIAL,
JIM ROBERTS REALTY
SScrvingJackson & surroundingoununties since 1974
For photo tour of listings visit our website at:
Cresh Harrison 850482-1700 WWW.PRUJJIMROBERTSREAITY.COM
Stacy Borges 850-573-1990 Office 850-482-4635
REDUCED $109, 0 'Email: robbyroberts12@gmail.com
S1GREEN MEADOS An Independently owned and operated member
Subdivisiop located in of the Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc.
Marianne Just off Hwy
90 & Bump Nose Road
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offers a split Iedroni
Sapp 1258 sq ft under air Car garage d Conrte driveway. Energy MLS#236066
Efficient appliances neutral colors. insulated windows ad doors. Carpet.
vinyl Flooring. MLS #240172 CALL. CRESI IIARRISON L51- .
482-170t
INDIAN SPRINGS BEAUTIY Executive Home on 5 acres, 2 garages,
ASK 933 covered RV pad, 3BR/2.5BA, 3522 sq ft.
ndian Springs Subidivision


iMLS#240723
ENTER YOUR DREAM HOME... Executive Home sitting on 4 acres
with a privacy setting! Perfect for Entertaining with over 3100 sq ft.
Spacious kitchen with breakfast bar & Electrolux touch screen cook top.
Living rm boasts a tray ceiling that's 12 ft high, with built in book shelves! Bank owned New Construction, 3BR/2BA, 2266 sq ft,
Crown Molding on the 9 ft ceilings! 4 BR 3 BA has a split bedroom plan,
with 2 master bedrooms. Master Suite has large bathrom with garden tub 2 car garage, located close to Marianna High School
and French Sliding doors leading to pool area. Amazing Pool/Patio Lanai
with a cabana bath. 27x19 patio that you can relan l while the kids play
in the heated pool or Spa. Let the kids play in the Large Family rm! 2
car detached garage with plenty of storage! Call today for your exclusive
showing! MLS #246860 (ALL STACY BORGES 1850) 573-1990
ASKING-6,900 C E MLS#243993
FR00H.PROD. ING.Located
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HOME in City Limits MLS244195
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3/1, approx 1883 sq ftl
Located on comer lot
Home needs some TLC, The Oaks Subdivision 4BR/2BA, 2624 sq ft, fireplace,
but can be perfect house Wet bar, inground pool, fenced yard
enclosed to a family room. Inside utility room, fr aO udd Groo~ sitngt
area! I Car caport off back of home! Being sold "AS-IS". Singlewide
mobile home on property with a separate address. Mobile home may have
no value but will convey with the sale. Call for your personal showing
today! MIS #246312. Call Crash Harrison or Stacy Borges
LQCAION. LOCATION $3 .000 MLS#244437

Compass Lake in the Hills. Great for family 4BfV3BA,
2926 sq ft, built in 2002, 1.22 acres, fenced backyard

BRICK EXECUTIVE HOMEIN WATSON HEIGHTS Here is your
chance to grab this Huge Home! All the rooms you am.rlooking for... 5
r BR, 5.5 BA. 2 offices, large family room overlooking the in ground pool! ML5 1
All brick exterior has a porch area just waiting for your pool parties! TheML 411
kitchen has plenty of cabinet space and center island. The 30X24 family
rom has a wood burning fire lace and a great bar area Every bedroom
I: in this home has a walk in cost and its own bath! The below grade 36.58 acres includes Compass Lake in he Hills
office has the built in cabinets you dream about! The master bedroom has 36.58 aes includes Cmpass Lake inthe Hll
a wood burning fireplace and 25X7 balcony overlooking the pool. Them amenities. 3BR/2BA. mobile built in 1995
is a fenced area in the backyard, and a 37X14 brick RV shelter! MLS
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own your own home in North Oaks Subdivision. Nice 3 BR 2 BA with
an office or 4th bedroom with over 1700 sq ft! Enjoy the summer days New construction, 3BR/2BA split floor plan, high
in the below ground pool with plenty, moos left in the privacy fenced ceilings, custom kitchen cabinets, all appliances, 2 car
backyard 2 Car garage. LARGE utility room with storage cabinets. Enjoy garage, C, Kynesville. Seller will pay $3000 towards
a cup of coco relaxing in front of the wood burning fireplace. Call today garage, A/C, Kynesville. Seller will pay $3000 towards
because this home is going to SELL fast.. MLS #245253 CALI. STACY buyers closing cost
BORGES or CRESH GARRISON
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w/over 2000 sq ft. Tvo
car garage on a 1 ace fenced lot. Tile flooring thnu out except BRs.
Kitchen has been completely remodeled with a center island and Surrounded by Farms and woods, 3BR/2BA 1548 sq
custom made pantry! Split Bedroom plan with a large living room
for entertaining. Wood burning fireplace will keep you warm in the ft, built in 1998, 2.4 acres, Greenwood/Marianna
winter! MLS#247121 CALL STACY BORGES F s 8-573-1990
REDlCED -S244,500

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COUNTRY HOME IN COMPASS LAKE IN THE HILLS! Nestled 100 years new. Updated Victorian home built in
on 3 lots, a total of approx 3.5 acres! 1840 sq'. It. porcelain tile thrim-out,
large open living room with gas remote fireplace & a back porch to relax 1912, 3BR/2BA, 2450 sq ft; new A/C windows,
on. Also a 48X36 pole barn to fit all your vehicles and also has a 30 amp
plug for your RV. 24X24 pavilion that as a hot tub & plenty of party insulation, paint, electric, metal roof, Malone
space. Yard is completely fenced & cross fenced for your horses. Bam
has 4 horse stalls. with plenty of mom for storage. "Western" themed area
around barn has a separate building for half bath, tack room. bunk house
with beds. & a saloon that has a bar with benches, fridge and microwave.
Picnic/fire pit area as well. Please call for the additional fact sheet &
all the pictures to find out what else this BEAUTY has to offer. MLS MLS#246710
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IN CAMPBELLTONI Merritts Mill Pond Waterfront, 2 Houses 3BR/2BA
'Large 4BR/2BA docc 2238 sq ft &.1BR/1BA 1200 sg ft
off master bedmotil!
Large living area with separate family room & wood buying fireplac! Stone fireplace, boat dock, sits on waters edge
Kitchen has lots of cabinet space! MB has large walk thm closet, arden
tub with jets. & an office or nursery! Beautiful roofed scaenedr frot
porch. Large deck offthe breakfast area that leads to a fenced yard. 2 wells
& 2 septic tanks..Additional septic & well is samfficient for up to 4 calipers.
MLS245445, Cull SACY BORGE(S OR CRESH HARRISON
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Great home, Great area, Great price 3BR/28A,
.......,. .. '. 1539 sq ft, like new throughout, energy efficient,
has a huge backyard! Built in 1980 and is a brick home! Central heal and 2 car carport, .53 acres
air, but with a little TLC this can be the perfect home! Call today before
you let thins one pass you by... MLS#247032 CA!I..L STAC' IBORG ES
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MIS 247156 $35,000.


Price is Rightl! Well maintained
3BR/28A oleated in mtabhshned
neighbeood. Fefere spacious
vJg/dining area. kithen it lots
of cabinets, breakfast bor and large
~ulitimon. Cportandstorgeshedinloveelaronidopeydd.d MLS245154. $85,000.
Rm I Buld a Dream Homel: L mvely,
bi nl 'lot, irestnrmns,
1f fo your home-to be built.
Esabish ed neighbo ood with
wall mooined hones in the
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arporit wil o thed workshop goes
With lhe upgmrded 65X27 skyline
DW. Out back here's the pole obm
and anelher loroge building all on
1.2 shares. 3/2 spli bedroom floor
pln more MLS 240005 $75,000.
.COMMERCIAL real estate FOR
.SALE.5.0 brars on busy 4 Inan
Hwy 90 Just outside city limits
of Chiploy ond being a corrior
looflion. 1800 sq f0 commectoll
building with offices ond othor out
buildings. Minutes drive to IO. Mony great uses. MLS 47075


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IMMACULATE BRICK HOME ON LO\ EL't
LANDSC.E ED YiRD SPLIT BEDROOM DESIGN.
NEV, BAMBOO & TILE FLOORING PLLlS MOIE
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR UPDATE, S(CRt.R NEID
BACK PORCHiFLORIDA ROOM TO SIT ENIO' fiHE
GREAT FENCED BACK ARD MLS 247126 $174,91,ui



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REDUCTIONIII VERY NICE BRICK HOME LOCATED ON
1.73 ACRES. FEATURES MANY UPDATES, LIVING ROOM
WITH FIREPLACE, LARGE SUNROOM, NEW CERAMIC
TILE, LAMINATE FLOORING AND MORE. SPACIOUS YARD
WITH STORAGE SHED WITH LEAN-TO AND STILL HAVE
ROOM FOR GARDEN. MLS 246935 $116,000.


REDUCTION!! LARGE HOUSE WITH OPEN ROOMS,
SPIRALSTAIRCASE TO LOFT, OPEN PORCH & ENCLOSED-
COVERED KIDNEY SHAPED POOL. LARGE 6000 SE BARN
WITH STALLS/TACK ROOM, A 3000 SQ.FI. BUILDING & 1400
SQ. FI. BARN, ROUND PENS & SMALL PON). PREVIOUSLY
AWORKING RANCH. MLS247059 $249,900.


I J [ Iam' great room, dining room,
double glass doors going out to the back patio, above ground pool, concrete
drive way with extra arge parking pad, landscaped yard. Makean appointment
today! Price: $139,000 MLS# 246280



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in back covered porch, fenced In back yard, newer metal root, with a,6 car
carport, needs new flooring. MUST SEE, PRICED TO SELL!
Price: $115,900 MLS# 246805

VY..,,.lle.n everyday at this
Sl:rr Lakoview home,
i..... lth 3 bedrooms 2
Liii:, ads fireplace, shaw
ilaurri,h,r. flooring, tile,
II. .... sound, a large.
open living area, plenty of kitchen cabinets, newer appliances, landscaped
yard, large shop building, storage building, outside retreat area with hammock,
picnic area, outside shower, landscaped yard with irrigation, quite and private!
This is a MUST see! MLS# 246896 Price: 269,000





airo oii. year new me-ai
roof. A detached storage building. A great buy @ only $52,900. Show anytime.
Price: $52,900 MLS# 245375






flowers, privacy and proacorl living. MAIE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODA0 Pricoa
$144,900 MLSO 246481

A.'h. r I.... t ry Hoi me, il tlhe
Io Oar Greenwood, FL.
A,~.. Mlnutes out of

""td 36R, 1.5BA,
hardwood, tile, and carpet
floor, fireplace, living room, den, new vinyl big fnced back yard, large
storage building, 4 large fig trees, etc. i. i I MUS1 see home! Make ani
appointment today! Price:$119.900 MLS2 246788


lur. 3 Iredroovsi
__I u_ l ick horie on a
eet,,,, ,, with chained
I. .... storage building.
.. .... h iade, new roof,
dr J, s 1 1 i y i hi mhII ,,I "i,,1dry roomr nice
sized bedrooms, big family room, lariv Florida roo A. MOTIVATED SELLER! MLS
246786 Price: 89,000


Instantly Appealing, 3
BR 2 BA is located with
convenience to everything,
beautifullaminatehardwood
floors, spacious great room,
kitchen and dining room, large bedrooms and large baths, big utility room
new bathroom fixtures, new heat pump installed recently, two car garage
landscaped yard, large chain linked fenced back yard with privacy fence. Clos
to new high school, state park, airport, recerational park and so much more
Make an appointment to see today! Price: $165,000 MLS# 246726

Secluded on 40 acres sets
this beautiful 6B/4BA under
2 roofs, facing a beautiful
private lake. Home has 3
BR/2BA, with split master
bedroom, master bath including jacuzzi, separate shower, 2 large walk-in
closets, 2 additional large bedrooms, a chefs delight kitchen, pantry, in
house sprinkler system, large screened-In entertaining porch facing the lake.
Breezeway leads to the 3 story 3 car garage with 3 br 2 b with office space and
full kitchen, dock, stocked lake with gorgeous view. If you want serenity and
privacy look no futhoer MLS# 247153 Price: $729,000

3BR/3.5BA,
O; hl... 5.4 acres, just

nl Mah:,,e on HWY 2.
Br.'auf rill situated with
paved circle drive large oaks; landscaped yard, split bedroom design, large
foyer with nice staircase, 20 foot ceilings that gives you the feeling ofa grand
home, great room, big kitchen with corian countertops, with dining area and
den. 2 additional bedmoms upstairs with office space and separate bathrooms,
plenty of storage space, 2 car garage with extra space, new pole ham, fenced
and cross fenced, bring the horses. MLS# 247176 Price: $339,000

Gorgeous stucco home with
9, 10, and 13 foot ceilings,
4BR/3BA, 2 car garage,
granite countertops, marble
showers, hardwood floors,
crown molding throughout
ome, well maintained, beautiful Blue Springs area, in ground iberglass salt
pool with screen Inclosure, sprinkler system in the yard, 30X40 pole am with
workshop, all oil 3.73 acres, coror lot MOTIVATED SELLER! BRING ALL OFFERSI
MLS# 246954 Price: $324,900
W;ll him3 1.w (2005)! 3BR/
l / ,,rr, large upstairs
I "'A,.. is immaculate.
1 ,,,,I h filingss in foyer,
AJ _v ii,.,, riardwod floors,
.' ,,,,r ,,irom design with
ft 0 i ... .,,rter suite and
large master bath. Landscaped and irrigated yard, enclosed screened and
insulated roof covers the pack porch, just right for entertaining. Located in
beautiful Spring Chase, Convenient to shopping, hospitals, restaurants and
schools. This is a MUST see! Make your appointment today! MLS# 247079
Price: $249,00

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''it-.4 rdi'iduli autl-in
I.r-p.- rp Ir.lepld.i large
living/dining room, lots of storage, etc. Furniture and large shed are
negotiable. Minutes from Mariaina. Must see to appreciate! Price:
$82.500 MLS#246568


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4630 Hwy. 90 Marlanna, FL 32446 Real Estate Needs Real Estate Needs
(850) 526-2891
Each Office I Idnd.1 r2ad nd ian d Operated
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER ..alii Spacius 4 BR 2.5 BA,
0. 0 irc spare, partially
iol Ddl.d i;chen, hardwood
Oudia Morrisd in ....l 4 t ., f h tn., ewly pointed,
O d ':,a.. M orr.,, ie.,p. Jvi electricall, large
REALTOR screened in back patio, newer dimensional shingle room,chain link backyard, :.i-, ready to move
pecan trees, 4 miles out of town, paved road frontage. into. Excellent location for family home, small business, or combo. Land has an
Broker/Owner ePr', i: 0 Mole MS241 985 extra septic tank and power pole. Large insulated storage building with A/C and
a half bath. Great potential with this property. Room for several mobile home
850-209-4705 Ihr ... ,,nate in living u..'U. ,n-, s i,: r ... ... Pce 119 900 MI.an 46816
m ,l,.,-,1' Come see NUMM U M
In4s bBi ]BA, office, split A M ,yi ir i e o
t .. ,... Iehome located on Ihis ~ I .. A p, A ieir 'i i
I .i i-.,,S in Ridgecrest ..Ir. v:,,Ired .,h,',+.
Subdivison close the Florida Cavems. Grand great roomwith 12 t strayed ceiling, i, Ij lil a,
14 ft ceilings in foyer, large diningroom, gas fireplace; large kitchen with plenty lie atln ors,,:,e,,'a, if'
of cabinets, large master bedroom/bath, walk-in closet, landscaped, outside I ,E I ,' n 7uA.4,a ) r iJ ;i j Is i, :Ar. in '. 'i. Ip,, ,pi, l.rs ,j,
LIKE NEW DOUBLEWIDE, FRESHLY PAINTED, storage building, 20 X 40 in ground pool, fenced. THIS IS A MUST SEE HOME! privacy fence all on a well maintained 2 acre lot, storage building. Make an
3 FIREPLACE AND BUILT-IN ENTERAINMENT Call for an appointment today! MLS# 247080 Price: $269,900 Pri M I
3 BRs, FIREPLACE AND BUILT-IN ENTERTAINMENT Inun Imin
CENTER IN LIVING AREA AND A NICE COVERED i i 1 1, 3
FRONT PORCH. MLS 247185 $54,900. rt. r -d Attractive. mobile
ar r-'T ,:.,' u r home located io Alford
O sAG D MR1 rr..r,: on a paved street
bliauhlInr n.. ,,',,,- Home is a 3 bedroom
....,i..-.: dining, split bedroom design, large b edroS, unsX E
wthposie no .lhl ,i,,, dt Adscre Oned in front georch with a closed in side prch, storage
build in shelving, 3BR/2BA, with possible 4th bedroom as a large master/den nedn nt c lo h s peoa witor
with private entrance. covered screened back porch overlooking the beautiful uili c a o6city lots, home has metal ro with low
salt water system pool. Very low maintain on the pool, newer lier, storage shed, ti bills. tivated Seller. Owner Financing. Bring Offer
very convenient to town and located in Dogwood Heights. Make an appointment ML 244457 Price $59,900
SPACIOUS BRICK/CB 3 BR; FORMAL LIVING/ today! MLS# 241081 Price $169,900
DINING ROOMS, LARGE KITCHEN, DEN, OFFICE
AND A LARGE SCREENED PORCH AND MORE. ALL cAmovme Location LcationLocation!!
LOCATED ON 1.49 ACRES. MLS 246302 $87,900. Like new, this completely On HWY 9 West this 10,o
remodeled in 2006, well sqftbuilding nowavailable.
maintained home, 3 br. Paved parking, with extra
S 2 BA, nice yard easy unpaved parking area,
S aintenancd home, with 9,500 sq ft h/c, 3 phase electric, currently being used as a Church, executive
fnt porc, beautiful flowers, large kitchen/breast area, separate dining, offices, kitchen, fully functional building throughout, recentlyrepainted with
payments should be cheaper than rent. Make an appointment to see this home eye appeal: Excellent location for another church, business or businesses.
today. Bring All Offers! Now Only Price: $89,000 MLS# 243881 Price: $349.000 MLS# 244309

GOOD INVESTMENT PROPERTY WITH A 3 BR WaterfInt Pmperty on
MOBILE HOME ON 2 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY Chipole River! Beautiful 3.5
WITH.ROOM FOR A GARDEN OR ANIMALS. HOME acres with a cedar home, 3
NEEDS TLC. MS 247122 $19,000. bedrooms, 2 baths, with an COMPASS LAKE IN THE HILLS:
open kitchen, bar, fireplace, 1 acre High and Dry. $10,000 MLS# 239499
large master bedroom, rec.
mom, in ground pool with MARIANIA:
newer liner, and pump, and newer roof. Beautiful frontage on Chipola River. 4seperate building lots..30 acres. $15,000 a lot
Home does not require flood insurance. Price: $159,000 MLS# 246637 MLS#245509-245512
~Iimd rllTf BNice 20 acre vacant tract. Half cleared & half wooded.
B, ...,,ul LEt.-, ..Ce $65,000 MLS#246140
i.PRICE REDUCTIN ON T S C R ,,.-, Excellent Location! Close to Marianna
PRICE REDUCTION ON THIS CEDAR FRAME Hip,',., ..ir ) T.',.
HOME WITH 3 BR, 2 BA IN A WELL ESTABLISHED .r..'.m .. 3.9 acre mostly cleared. $17,300 MLS# 245711
NEIGHBORHOOD. LARGE DEN,MODERN KITCHEN, ..i ." ; ., 10 acreslw Il i re
COVERED FRONT PORCH AND AN ABOVE GROUND' bedroom design. large bonus room upstairs could be a den/additional bed om /
POOL WITH DECK & 2 YARD BUILDINGS. MLS mancave. Openairdesigngreatroom giveslargefeeling. Large nasterbedroom 10acres fari# a for home sites!
247040 with his and her walk-in closet, exquisite bathroom with separate shower arnd
jacuzzi. Landscaped yard with back open air deck. Make your appointment
today! Motivated Seller! MLS# 247083 Price $289,000 20 acres ld se to Marianna!
la lm, I' $100,o toMar-1
5.9 acrs ji.e bu L e minutes of

.I ,T rq ,],,T .'",',, n Great farm land/home site on 48 acres.
RUSTIC STYLE TWO STORY HOME WITH 3 BR, ,i : M, h,, fC,i, $141,000 MLS#,242525
LARGE KITCHEN/DINING AREA, OFFICE, HOBBY cabinets, open dining area for fun family times around the diner table, large
AND UTILITY ROOMS. FRONT AND BACK PORCH covered back porch, 3 car garage, multiple large storage buildings for boat, Nice secluded 20 acre tract. $50,000 MLS# 246267
HAS BUILT-IN BENCHES. ALL LOCATED ON 236 vehicles, etc. Fenced and crossed fenced, bring the horses! Home is located CAMPBEL.LTON:
ACRES. MLS 247043 $59,900 on a paved oad just minutes to shopping, eating, lodging, 1-10, an Private s. $62,900 MLS# 246640
Marianna. Make an appointment today! MLS# 247092 Price: $183,010 Private 15.5 acres. $62,900 MLS# 246640
REDU ER iGRACEYILLE:
Sim l Nice and private 80 acre tract. $212,500
WOW what a value! home MLS# 245661
has been well-maintlined
and has many nice features
such as large bedrooms Country living but
with walk-in closets, large close to town. You will
LOVELY DOUBLEWIDE WITH 3. BR, FORMAL pantry in kitchen & a find this 3bdrm/2ba,
LIVING AREA WITH FIREPJsACE, FORMAL DINING beautiful fireplace! PLUS, mobile home has a beautiful addition built onto it split bedmom design,
ROOM, LARGE KITCHEN WITH LOTS OF CABINETS with a large bedroom, very nice ceramic tile shower/bath and a large dining sp hardwooom design,
OAND A BREAKFAST NOOK. COVERED FRONT room/family mroom! Must see to appreciate! MLS# 246867 Price:'$49,900 Hlh hardwood floors
AND A BREAKFAST NOOK., COVERED FRONT
PORCH AND A REAR WOODEN DECK. MLS pn. R & ceramic tile inviting, Built in 1920, enjoy the nostalgic feeling
of this historic home, all on 1-acre. Seller allowing 5,000 towards
buyers closing cost orupdates. Motivated Seller! Bring All Offers!
,, ti ... Price: $105,000 MLS#244572

..; ,a.. .o. i.,, ,I..,' LOCATION LOCATION
SI.. CAnON! Commercial
storage building w/enclosed utility room & boat storage. Boat ramp. Great lake Localln on HWY 71
for fishing, skiing, all types of water sports! Bring All Offers! Close to Panama and Blue Sprihgs Rd.
HOMEINTOWNWITHGREATFEATURES. ORIGINAL City Beaches and Mall Price: $194,000 MLS# 214521 .. scorer 10i 3 commercial
HARDWOOD FLOORS, LARGE MASTER BEDROOM m etal dt ldngSa Itotalng
WITH PRIVATE SITTINGAREA, DEN WITH GAS LOG i 1 ll l3l1 ronler wanOlsuaC n yaice ar ,n 1 areas lra ntales urly ars
FIREPLACE AND A COZY KITCHEN. CAN'T FIND A I lat, 3 bedroom, u. r. Dulfor io mary business opprorlundle; HaS been an
BETTER PRICE!!! MLS 246779 $54,900. 2'2bafth, brick oome o1.8 established farm supply dealers for more than 2 decades. Make
acres lust outGreenwood. an appointment today!LS# 2473Pce: $725,000
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