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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: 07/15/2012
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates: 30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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Repairs begin




on facility


BY LAUREN DELGADO
Idelgado@jcfloridan.com
Mill production will continue as usual
and the,repairs will be worked on over
the next month, according to a statement
from officials at Rex Lumber, the, site of a
fire Thursday night that engulfed one of
the business' dry kilns.
"The McRae Family is thankful there
were no injuries in the dry kiln fire last
night at Rex Lumber," the statement read.
"We are extremely grateful to the dedi-
cated employees that worked to extin-
guish the fire. We would like to thank the


Graceville Fire Department and all the
area fire departments that came to assist
with extinguishing the fire."
The fire began around 5:30 p.m. Thursw
day. Keith Gaster, battalion chief at Do-
than (Ala.) Fire Department and one of
the many area fire department agencies
responding to the fire, said employees
had alreadybegan trying to pull the wood
pallets housed inside the kiln by the time
fire department agencies arrived, with
Graceville Fire and Rescue the first to
respond.
See FIRE, Page 9A


MARK-SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Firefighters poured into Rex Lumber in Graceville Thursday night to deal with a blaze in a drying
kiln at the lumber mill.


MARRK SlINNER/FLUOIURID
Accountant Dale Cavin talks to Sneads Town
Council members about the results of the
city's annual audit.

Auditor

warns Sneads

to watch

its budget
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
The auditor in charge of reviewing the
city financial records for Sneads Town
Council recently reporting on his find-
ings, telling the board that, while the
city as a whole is "keeping your nose
above water," the council needs to stay
vigilant as it deals with "the cost of free
money."
Accountant Dale Cavin was refer-
ring in part to some grant funding that
helped the city improve its recreational
complex. City Manager Connie Butts
came into her job just after the city re-
ceived that money and s6on discovered
that, in her estimation, the previous city
manager hadn't built nearly enough
maintenance funding into the city bud-
get for the park's upkeep. As a result, it's
a challenge to pay for its ongoing util-
ity costs and the routine repairs that are
necessary to keep the park in the best
shape possible.
Butts said she is working to find a
remedy for that dilemma. She is already
looking for an energy efficiency grant
that would allow her to switch the park's
lighting array to a more cost-efficient
system, for instance. Utilities there run
between $30,000-$35,000 a year, she
said.
The city is already using an inmate
crew for re' ilargrounds maintenance,
See SNEADS, Page 9A


Chipola Center for the Arts


holding ribbon cutting


An open stage curtain gives a clear view of the 655 seats in the Center for the Arts' main theater.


PHOTOS BY MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN


Officials still deciding what to do with old theater building


BYLAUREN DELGADO heavy main curtain or "The
Idelgado@jcfloridan.com Grand" lifted with a few tugs
on the ropes, Craven said.
The new Chipola Center for. "It's an ultramodern state of
the Arts will. open with a rib- the art theater that any profes-
bon-cutting ceremony, tours sional company could use for
and a program this Tuesday at a production," Craven said.
4 p.m. "We're hoping we can attract
"Chipola is so proud of this professional traveling shows."
new facility and what it will There is a black box experi-
mean to this community," mental theater with seating
said Bryan Craven, director for 100 theater-goers as well.
of public relations at the col- This smaller theater gives stu-
lege. "The performance arts dents more control of their
have been an important part plays, like deciding where to
of the college since it opened place the audience.
in 1947. We just hope that this The $16 million facility also
new center will .just improve features an art gallery, dance
and enhance the program." studio, reception area, scene
The 56,000 square foot cen- and costume shops and
*ter boasts a 655-seat main dressing rooms.
theater with orchestra. and ,Chipola's Fine and Perform-'
balcony seating. This theater ing Art Department's numer-
has professional systems for ous programs, from student
sound, lighting and rigging. productions to the Artist
Backgrounds can be changed,,
actors flown in the air, and the See THEATER, Page 9A


Chipola College staff members are dwarfed by the lobby area
for the new 56,000 square foot Center for the Arts building.


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FLORIDAN
Publisher Valeria Roberts
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Circulation Manager- Dena Oberski
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CONTACT US
Telephone: 850-526-3614
FAX: 850-482-4478 '
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.corh
Mailing Address:
P.Q. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
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Mananna, FL324461; ;
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HOWTO GETYOUR
NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County Floridan will publish
news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via email, fax, mail, or. hand delivery.
Fees rmay apply for wedding, engagement,
anniversary and birth announcements.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good quality and
suitable for print. The Floridan" reserves the
right to edit all submissions.

GETTING IT RIGHT
Apalachee Correctional Institution
officer Quitman Varnes was recently
recognized by the town of Sneads for
his help in assisting the city get its
ball fields ready for recent
tournaments.
In a recent story about the city's
recognition of his assist, Varnes' last
'name was spelled incorrectly.


Community Calendar


TODAY
a Peacock Family Reunion -10 a.m. in Frink Gym,
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, Sam Adkins Park, -.
Blountstown. All family and friends are invited to the
James Kinson Peacock and Mary Elizabeth Pierce
Peacock Family Reunion. Bring a covered dish,
beverages and serving utensils; and photos, family
stories and a written summary of new family history
updates.
90th Morris Family Reunion -10 a.m. at the
Alford Community Center. Bring your family, a
covered dish and a baked good to be auctioned.
D Free Concert: "From Debussy to Adele" 4
p.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, US 90, down-
town Marianna, featuring soloist Elizabeth Mathis.
D Jackson County Youth Council (NAACP)
,Meeting 4 p.m. atthe 'MLane Community
Center in Marianna. Discussed will be the upcoming
-,.Back to School Rally" with WMBB News 13
meteorologist Elissia Wilson. Call 693-3145.
a 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 16
a Free Card-Making/Scrapbooking Class -10
a.m. in the Rocky Creek Baptist Church Fellow-
ship Hall, 5458 Rocky Creek Road, Marianna. Light
refreshnients at 9:30 a.m. Public welcome. Call
434-632-4271.
) 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 Free Employability Workshop "5 Steps to
Rapid Employment," 1to 4 p.m. Monday-Thursday,
July 9-19 at the Marianna One Stop Career Center.
Call 718-0326.
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.
) Alford Community Organization Meeting 6
p.m. in the Alford Community Center. New members
from Alford, surrounding communities invited to
join. Call 579-4482, 638-4900 or 579-5173.
n Concerned American Patriots Meeting 6
p.m. at the Jackson County Agriculture Center,
US 90 West in Marianna. Guests are state at-
torney candidates Glen Hess and Jim Appleman,


state representative candidates Marti Coley and
Danny Glidewell, and County Commission District
1 candidates Dr. Willie Spires and Alex McKinnie.
Non-perishable food donations will be collected.
Public welcome.
a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8
to 9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.

TUESDAY, JULY 17
u Marianna City Farmers' Market- Open at 7
a.m. in Madison Street Park.
D St. Anne's Thrift Store July Sale 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. at 4285 Second Ave., Marianna. Call 482-3734.
i Free Interet/Email Class, Part 1 11a.m. to
3 p.m. at theGoodwill Career Training Center. 4742
Highway 90 in Marianna (Part 2 is July 24. same
time). Call 526-0139.
n Sewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call
482-5028.
) Official Opening: Chipola Center for the Arts
4 p.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony (outside), fol-
lowed by a brief program, refreshments and tours of
the new facility (inside),
D Jackson County School Board Meeting 4.
p.m. at 2903 Jefferson St., Marianna. Public wel-
come. Agenda posted at JCSB.org. Call 482-1200.
i Chipola College District Board of Trustees
Meeting- 7 p.m. in the Chipola College Public
Service building, Mariannal
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8
to 9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

WEDNESDAY, JULY18
) Fire Hydrant Testing -- City of Marianna
conducts annual fire hydrant testing July 9-27. Re-i-
dents experiencing water discoloration are advised
to run water until clear. Call 482-2414.
a 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.
) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

THURSDAY, JULY 19
a Marianna City Farmers' Market Open at 7


a.m. in Madison Street Park.
) Grand Opening/Open House 9 a.m. at Little
Mama Gifts & Boutique, 2867 S. Jefferson St., Mari-
anna. Jackson' County Chamber of Commerce will
conduct a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Call 209-1385
or 482-8060.
a St. Anne's Thrift Store July Sale 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. at 4285 Second Ave., Marianna. Call 482-3734
for more information
Caregiver Support Group Meeting -11 a.m.
to noon in the First Presbyterian Church Soial.
Hall, 4437 Clinton St. in Marianna. Open to all
family caregivers providing care to loved ones dr
friends.,Corifidential group, facilitated by a profes-
sional group counselor. Coffee, water light shacks
provided.
) Orientation 12:30to 3:30 p.m. at the Mari-
anna Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 Highway
90 in Marianna. Register for free job placement
and computer training; learn about services. Call
526-0139.
Free Employability Workshops "EFM" 1:30 to
2:30 p.m.; "Resume," 3 to 4 p.m.; arid "Mathemat-
ics," 4 to 5 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop Career
Center. Call 718-0326.
) Jackson County NAACP Meeting 5:30 p.m.
in the St. James A.M.E. Church basement, 2891
Orange St. in Marianna. Call 569-1294.
n Free Summer Concert: Dry Creek 7 p.m. at
Citizens Park in Marianna. Presented by Jackson
County Parks and Recreation, Main Street
Mariarina.
)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 20
a 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," 11a.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.
Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult,
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856 or 573-1131.


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


SPolice Roundup


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for July 12, the latest
available report: One suspi-
cious incident, two suspi-
cious persons, one highway
obstruction, one burglary, one
physical disturbance, one panic
alarm, seven traffic stops, one
criminal mischief complaint,
two obscene or threatening
phone calls, one illegally parked
vehicle, one assist of another
agency and three public service
calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFFS OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office and county fire/rescue


reported the following incidents
for July 12, the latest available
report. (Some of these calls may
be related to after-hours calls
taken on behalf of Graceville
and Cottondale police depart-
ments): Three accidents, one
= ,, .- _- hospice death,
one abandoned
vehicle, four
CR ME suspicious
I E- vehicles, two
suspicious inci-
dents, one escort, one physi-
cal disturbance, pwo verbal
disturbances, three fire calls,
15 medical calls, three traffic
crashes, three burglar alarms,
16 traffic stops, one larceny
complaint, one trespass com-
plaint, one juvenile complaint,
two animal complaints, one


assist of a motorist, two assists
of other agencies, three public
service calls, one welfare check,
one transport, three threat/ha-
rassment complaints and one
report of possible counterfeit
money.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were
booked into the jail during
the latest available reporting
periods:
)) Olen Hunter, 31, 8019
Church St., Sneads, possession
of drug paraphernalia.
) Edward Stanley, 35, 2838
McPherson St., Marianna, pos-
session of controlled substance,
battery (domestic violence).


) Maurice Shuler, 26, 1518
Woodlyri Drive, Leesburg, driv-
ing while license suspended or
revoked.
)) Anthony Davis, 33, 1700
Blanding Boulevard, Jack-
sonville, violation of state
probation.
) Blake Decker, 42,3035 River-
view Road, Marianna, violation
of court order.
)) Tim Lipford, 56, 3390 High-
way 69, Grand Ridge, driving
under the influence (alcohol),
driving while license suspended
or revoked (knowingly).

JAIL POPULATION: 235

To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
agency. To report a wildlife violation, call
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John and Joy Shouse of
Marianna are happy to
announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Caitlin Marie Shouse, to
Joseph Perry McDaniel. He is
the son of Pat and Cheryl
McDaniel of Sneads.
Caitlin is a graduate of
Marianna High School and
Chipola College. She will
attend the School of
Communication Science and
Disorders at Florida State


Gary and Nancy Tew of
Marianna are pleased to
announce the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Kelley Nicole Tew,
to Jason Michael Kindelspire,
son of Jeff and LuAnn
Kindelspire of Marianna.
Grandparents of the bride to.
be are Cleburne and Shirley
.Tew of Marianna, Robert
(Buddy) and' Sharon
Bannerman of Marianna.
Grandparents of the groom
elect are Dolores Mitchell and'
the late Bud Mitchell of
Marianna, Lois Kindelspire
and the late Bill Kindelspire of
Pine Island, Florida.
Kelley is a 2004 graduate
from Marianna High School
and a 2009 graduate from
Florida State University,


University if the fall.
Joey is a graduate'of Sneads
High School, Chipola College,
and Florida State University.
He is employed with Bank of
America.
The wedding will take place
at Sneads First Baptist Church
at 3:00 on Saturday, July 28.
A reception will follow at the
W.T.'Neal Civic Center in
Blounstown. All friends and
family are invited to attend.


where she received her
Bachelor of Science degree in
Nursing. She is currently
seeking her Doctorate in
Nursing Practice at Florida
State University, focusing on
Family Nurse Practitioner, and
will graduate in the spring of
2013.
Jason graduated from
Marianna High School in
2000, and received a Bachelor
of Science degree in Industrial
Engineering from Florida
State University in 2011. He
is currently employed at
Kindel Lanes Amusement
Center in Marianna and also
performs consulting work with
Ebonite International.
A wedding is planned for
August in Panama City Beach


Treat others as you want to be treated


Wile reaching our popula-
tion through the media in
a variety of ways over the
years, I have learned the impor-
tance of honesty and tactfulness.
A person can be comfortable
being in a position where they are
scrutinized, if they are positive and
sincere in what they do.
Each of us should be respect-
ful, thoughtful and careful when it
comes to How we treat one another.
Even though tactfulnesss" and
"minding your own business" aren't
relatives, they definitely live in the
same neighborhood.
There are certain subjects, activi-
ties and situations that can make
any of us sensitive and uncomfort-
able. Subjects dealing with race and
nationality, family members or reli-
gion can lead to serious arguments.
. Let's face it; the overall attitude in
our world today seems to be colder
than it was in the past.
There are still many caring, loving
people around, but when people
are in survival mode, selfishness
comes to the forefront. Many of our
citizens are having a tough time fi-
nancially and in their daily routine
of making ends meet. People are
hurting and on edge; and that's one


of the reasons why we should learn,
and teach our children, how to be


Thomas
Vincent
Murphy


more tactful when we
deal with each other.
We must also learn,
and teach our chil-
dren that there will be
times in life when we
should simply mind
our own business. I
believe that only God
can read our minds
and knows whateach


of us is going through and feeling
deep down inside. So, if your fellow
worker wears the same clothes
three times during the week, he or
she could have a reason you might
not realize. Since you are able to
wear something different every day
for a month, maybe you can find a
tactful way to assist him or her pri-
vately, instead of joining the gossip
about them.
rf they are close to your size,
maybe your old clothes would feel
like they were new to them. Treat-
ing others with respect as we allow
them to live their lives in their own
way is hard for gossiping, nosy folks
to do. :
When you have a friend that
continuously has offensive breath


when you are engaged in conversa-
tions; as a friend, should you find
a way to tell them their breath is
terrible without risking your friend-
ship? Maybe if you pulled out a
mint or piece of gum for yourself
initially before offering a piece to
them they wouldn't be offended.
Abruptly offering a mint or piece
of gum to them only would defi-
nitely give them a big hint. In some
instances, being tactful can be the
difference in keeping or losing a
dear friend.
There will always be times in life
when the decision of being tact-
ful and trying to help someone, or
"minding your own business" will
come into play. If you aren't a very
tactful individual, you might need
to mind your own business.
There have been some instances
where family members are disput-
ing, and a person outside the family
who doesn't have good negotiat-
ing skills tries to bring peace.to
the situation; but instead ends up
being the victim, getting beat up, or
even being hospitalized because of
their interference.
It pays to think before you act and
to respect and treat others as we
want to be treated.


FAMU scholarship available


Special to the Floridan

The Florida A. & M. University
Alumni Association Northwest Flor-
ida Chapter announces the avail-
ability of a $2,000 scholarship to


FAMU.
Students applying for the annual
scholarship should be incoming
freshmen from Jackson County, who
carry a 2.5 GPA and are majoring in
social science.


Interested applicants are asked to
contact Travis Ephriam at 850-209-
2943 or tephriam@hotmail.com;
Lawrence Brown at 850-766-3730 or
mr._lawrencebrown@yahoo.com;
or Shirl Williams at 850-526-6984.


SUBMITTED PHOTO
Chipola College senior Rebecca Hart (center) has been named the first recipient of the Wanda B. Henderson Memorial
Education Scholarship. Pictured (from left) are Shirl Williams, Jackson County School Board's director of student services;
the Rev. Riley Henderson, Wanda's husband; scholarship recipient Hart; and Wanda's daughters, Leticia Henderson Baker and
Francesca Henderson.

Hart earns Henderson memorial scholarship


Special to the Floridan

Chipola College student
Rebecca Hart has been
named the first recipient
of the Wanda B. Hender-,
son Memorial Educa-
tion Scholarship. Hart
is a senior in Chipola's
elementary education
program.
The family of the late'
Wanda Henderson es-
tablished the scholarship
in her memory after her
passing in 2011. Hender-
son was employed for a
number of years with the
Jackson County. School
Board and retired as the
Graceville High School
guidance counselor.
Her fellow counselors
from across Jackson
County made signifi-
cant contributions to the


scholarship fund.
Henderson was the wife
of the Rev. Riley J. Hen-
derson, pastor of the Saint
Luke Baptist Church in
Marianna. The Hender-
sons had four children:
Leticia, Francesca, Fodina
and Julius; a granddaugh-
ter: Xaviera Henderson;
and a grandson:' RyJuan
Awak.
The Henderson scholar-
ship is awarded to a junior
or senior education major
at Chipola each fall. Ap-
plicants must be resi-
dents of Jackson County
and maintain a 2.5 GPA


each semester.
Those wishing to make
a donation in memory
of Wanda Henderson
may send a check to the


Chipola College Founda-
tioft, 3094 Indian Circle,
Marianna, FL 32446.
For .information, call
718-2478.


7th birthday
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seventh birthday on July
7,2012.
He is the spn of Can-
dace and William Lay of
Cypress.
Grandparents are
Michele Perkins of Two
Egg and David Alday of
Cypress; and Robert Cloud
and Sandra Williams of
Sneads.
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day at Chuck E. Cheese
with his family and en-
joyed a get-together that
afternoon at his home.


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Florida Voices


Presidential


candidates' tax-cut


focus ignores need


for tough choices

A year ago, many Floridians were calling or
mailing their members of Congress, urging
em to cut federal deficits as part of a deal to
raise the government's borrowing limit. Lawmakers
eventually passed a plan to save $2.1 trillion over a
decade about half the amount needed to stabilize
the national debt as a share of the economy.
Yet, with the job halfway done, the debate
in Washington is back oh familiar and fiscally
irresponsible ground: a bidding war on tax cuts. The
deficit, on pace to top $1 trillion for the fourth straight
year, is an afterthought.
President Obama called Monday for extending the
tax cuts scheduled to expire at the end of the year -
including his own payroll tax cuts and the cuts passed
under President Bush but just for families earning
less than $250,000. That would add $175 billion to next
year's deficit.
Leading congressional Democrats, including Florida's
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, have called for maintaining the
tax cuts for families earning up to $1 million. That
would widen the gap between revenues and spending
next year about $200 billion.
GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney and
congressional Republicans are calling for keeping the
tax cuts for all Americans, regardless of income. That
would raise the red ink in 2013 by $225 billion.
Do we hear $250 billion? Anyone?
Even deficit hawks concede that letting ll the tax
cuts expire at once as spending cuts dictated by last
year's debt-limit deal kick in would probably tilt the
economy back into recession. But any bid to extend
fax cuts, or put off spending cuts, is not responsible
unless it's packaged with a long-term plan to correct
the chronic imbalance between federal spending and
taxes.
-Such a plan would have to include cost savings in two
of the biggest items in the budget, Medicare and Social
Security..
If the presidential candidates and their parties are
determined to maintain or lower tax rates, they ,could
pull it off without adding to the deficit by eliminating
breaks and loopholes., .
Twoyears ago the president's bipartisan debt
commission offered a blueprint to do both reduce
entitlement spending and reform the tax code that
would cut deficits by the necessary $4 trillion. .
While Obama and Romney have campaign plans
that purport to bring down deficits, an analysis by the
bipartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget
shows both would actually increase the national debt
as a share of the U.S. economy. '.
SThe federal government is n'ow on course to spend
S$1 trillion a year just for'interest on the national
debt within a decade. A bill that big would starve
'investments in categories like infrastructure, research
and education that are essential for America to keep
up with its economic rivals. It would also make the.
country weaker by diverting dollars from defense.
To avoid a Greek-style decline brought on by debt,
the nation's leaders need to go beyond trying to outdo
each other on tax cuts'.
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Ike and the monumental headache


On Veterans Day 1954,
President Dwight D.
"Ike" Eisenhower and his
family brothers, wife, son and
grandchildren gathered in
Abilene, Kan., for the dedication
of the Eisenhower boyhood home
and museum.
Ike emphasized that the museum
would focus on promoting good
citizenship. Nothing else, he
-stressed, "could ever have induced
the Eisenhower brothers to
attach their name to something
which inescapably would have
certain elements, let us say, of
self-glorification, except that
this project was presented as
something for the future good of
America."
Speaking with "humble pride"
for the six generations of his family
buried nearby and for generations
yet to come, he said, "I am
privileged to dedicate this shrine
to the future citizens of a great and
glorious America."
His remarks are relevant because
they'provide a sense of how the
Supreme Commander of Allied
Forces in Europe in World War II
and the two-term president, from
1953 to 1961, would want to be
remembered. And that's a matter
of great 21st century debate.
Time and again over the years,
Eisenhower chose to downplay
his own personal triumphs, which
were many, and to celebrate
instead the shared effort of the
nation and its future good. He had
no use for "talking Generals" or for
the cult of personality that most
politicians cultivate.
Ike's granddaughter, Susan
Eisenhower, who was 2 years old
that November day in Abilene, now
leads the family fight against the
proposed design of the Eisenhower
Memorial in Washington.
In 1999, three decades after
Eisenhower's death, Congress
authorized construction of a
permanent national monument
equal in caliber to the Washington,


MarshaMercer


Jefferson, Lincoln and FDR
presidential memorials. Like.
those, though, the execution of the
Eisenhower memorial has been
fraught with disputes and delays.
Competing visions of how.
to commemorate Ike have pit
world-class architect Frank Gehry
against the Eisenhower family
and an array of traditionalists.
The Interior secretary has told the
Eisenhower Memorial Commissio.n,
to keep working on the design',
and a House appropriations
subcommittee last month pulled
the plug on nearly $60 million in
funding for construction of the
memorial starting in fiscal 2013.
The memorial is to be located
on four acres adjacent to the
-Education Department and other
federal office buildings at the foot
of Capitol Hill, off the National
Mall. To partly shield the view
of office buildings and create a ,
square, Gehry envisions stainless
steel mesh screens eight stories
high.
The Toronto-born Gehry, 83,
a star architect with a portfolio
of internationally acclaimed
structures, is known for his use
of unconventional materials. He
wrapped his own California home
in corrugated metal and chain-link
fences, infuriating the neighbors
but winning a big architectural
award.
His Eisenhower design, which
beat out other contenders in a
national competition, is Gehry's
first memorial and will be his first
project in Washington.
Susan Eisenhower, testifying


before a congressional panel in
March, denounced the screens
Gehry calls them tapestries
- for evoking memories of the
Iron Curtain or chain-link fences
around concentration camps. And
she predicted practical difficulties.
"It is easy to imagine that 80-foot
metal mesh curtains would
require constant maintenance.
Any high wind would assure that
everything from leaves to trash
could easily get caught in the
metal gaps. It is hard to imagine
that the National Park Service
would be equipped to handle the
constant cleaning, especially at the
higher reaches," she said. She and
other critics also objected to the
depiction of Eisenhower as only a
barefoot boy in Kansas, dreaming
of his future.
When it comes to choosing-
how we remember America and
Americans past, conflict is more
the rule than the exception.
The Washington Monument
--plagued by political battles, lack
of money and the Civil War was
under construction, off and on, for
36 years.,Critics worried that the
Jefferson Memorial's Parthenon
design would compete with the
Lincoln Memorial. The FDR
Memorial was built after nearly
half a century of debate.
Gehry produced a design
revision in May that keeps the
young Ike and the screens but adds
sculptures of Eisenhower later in
life, along with limestone blocks
with quotations.
Better but not enough change,
the family and other critics said.
They want a simpler, scaled-back,
less expensive memorial that
reflects the values Eisenhower held
dear.
They're right; Dlrop the gigantic,
ultra-modern screens and let the
memorial honor Ike ahd the future
good of America.
Marsha Mercer writes from Washington.
You may contact her at
marsha.mercer@yahoo.com


Florida Voices


Mandatory insurances, taxing us to death


BY STEVEN KURLANDER
Florida Voices

T he House voted earlier this
week to get rid of Obamacare
on the heels of the Supreme
Court ruling that its insurance
mandate was constitutional.
And so the debate continues
about whether the government
should impose a "tax" on
Americans who refuse to buy
health insurance.
Left unsaid'is whether other
forms of mandatory insurance also
,represent a tax taxes that are
going through the roof.
':,Insurance is meant to manage
'the risk from untoward injury to
one's self and property. But buying
,"insurance used to be a voluntary
act made to hedge against a
calamitous event in one's ife or
business. :
Taxes, on the other hand, are
a government's demand for :.
money to support operations,
infrastructure, defense and the
delivery of goods and services.
With rare exception, you have no


choice but to pay taxes.
In casting the deciding vote for
the Affordable Care Act, Chief
Justice John Roberts stated the
obvious: the Obama mandate was
the compulsory payment of health
insurance payments and while
the law Used the word "penalty," it
was really a tax.
The ruling confirmed that
insurance itself has evolved
- from a voluntary hedge against
loss, to a major tax burden on
Americans who are paying more
and more of their income for
insurance.
Think about it: How much do
you pay each month for insu Iance,
made mandatory if you want to
drive a car, finance a home o0 hire
an employee?
Insurance payments have
becom'ra'iother form of taxation,
and insurance companies are
reapihgbillions ii profits from
such mandates by manipulating
markets,and statistics; using their
enormous political influence in
state capitals and Washington to
sock it to xpayers. "- -


Just look at Florida. With the
help of the state legislature
over the years, the payment of
mandatory property, car and
worker's compensation insurance
has negated any benefit gained
from the lack of a state income
tax. And these hidden taxes are
helping depress an abysmal real
estate market and our economic
recovery.
While conservatives are the.
first to rail against the nanny
states of Europe, which levy high
taxes to hedge against individual
catastrophic losses'that insurance
companies here cover, don't
Americans really pay the same
- not in taxes, but in insurance
payments?
The Supreme Court's ruling on
Obamacare made obvious that
mandatory insurance is really a
tax, and in Florida, such taxes are
skyrocketing. Yet no one on the
campaign.trail is talking about it.
Steven Kurlander blogs at Kurly's Kommentary,
writes a weekly column for Fort Lauderdale's
Sun-Sentinel and is a South Florida
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SCBC: Urgent need for O-negative blood


Special to the Floridan .

Supplies of the O-negative
blood type have fallen to less
than a one day supply, accord-
ing to the Southeastern Com-
munity Blood Center. The drop
in supply,' they say, is -largely
due to lower blood donations
attributed to the holiday week;
local blood donors travelling
out of town, and higher patient
usage. SCBC officials are ap-
pealing to the public to donate


blood immediately.
To help motivate healthy indi-
viduals to give blood this sum-
mer, SCBC launched two donor
incentive programs this month.
Those giving blood will re-
ceive a beach bag at the time of
their donation and be entered
into SCBC and Flowers Auto-
motive Group's "Honda for the
Holidays" promotion.
Every week during the cam-
paign, July 1 through Dec. 8, one
lucky winner (23 in all) will be


chosen as a finalist. On Dec. 15,
one finalist will win a brand new
Honda Civic.
SCBC officials' hope donors
will consider giving more than
once between now and Dec.
8, for multiple entries into the
drawing.
Only 6.5 percent of the popu-
lation has O-negative blpod.
However, 0 negative is the uni-
versal blood type which means
it can be given to any patient re-
gardless of the recipients' blood.


type. It is critical to the survival
of emergency patients, trauma
patients, premature babies and
cancer patients. Blood donated
today will likely be transfused
into a patient within 48 to 72
hours. Additionally, O-negative
people can only receive O-nega-
tive blood so give in case you
need it.
SCBC reports that it is also ex-
periencing an elevated need for
all blood types.
Blood donors must be at least


17 (16 with a parent's permis-
sion) and weigh a minimum of
110 pounds. Donors receive a
free cholesterol screening and
wellness results, online or by
phone, 72 hours after donating.
For center locations and com-
munity blood drive schedules,
visit www.scbcinfo.org or call
1-800-722-2218. -
In Marianna, SCBC is locat-
ed at 2503 Commercial Park
Drive. They can be reached at
526-4403.


V'B4_ _Judge approves $880M Everglades restorationplan


SUBMITTED PHOTO
Gathered for a photo are (from left) Jackson County Habitat
for Humanity Vice President Isaiah Morgan, Bob Pforte Motors
General Manager Tim Poppell, Bob Pforte, JCHH Executive
Director Leslie Fuqua and JCHH vice president Eric Anderson.

Bob Pforte Motors

donates $50,000 to

Habitat for Humanity


Special to the Floridan

For the second year in
a roV, Bob Pforte Mo-
tors has partnered with
Jackson County Habitat
for Humanity, making a
$50,000 donation to help
build a Habitat house for
the Syfrett family.. Jack-
son County Habitat for
Humanity is an approved
sponsor for Florida's Com-
munity Contribution Tax


Credit Program.
For the donation of
$50,000,, Bob Pforte Mo-
tors will receive a sales tax
credit from the state.
* Jackson County Habitat's
Executive Director Leslie
Fuqua said, "This is a great
opportunity. to put sales
taxes into the local com-
munity. By participating in
the CCTCP program, Mr.
Pforte is investing in our
community"


The Associated Press

WEST PALM BEACH -
A federal judge has given
clearance to an $880 mil-
lion Everglades cleanup
plan, paving the way for
the possible resolution bf
more than two decades of
lawsuits.
U.S. District Judge Alan
Gold cancelled a hearing
on the matter scheduled
for next week and instead
issued an order allowing
the Environmental' Pro-
tection Agency to grant
permits for the projects.
The plan faces a public
hearing later this month
before proceeding.
State and federal offi-
cials whittled out the deal
in a year and a half of ne-
gotiations. Christopher
Kise, a lawyer who has
advised Go'v. Rick Scott
and former Gov. Charlie
Crist on Everglades issues
and who represented the
state Department of En-
vironmental Protection
in the lawsuit, said the
plan succeeded because it
"sets out, for the first time,
real goals, real projects,
real timelines and real fi-
nancial commitments for
restoration."
Kise said he's optimis-
tic the judge's order may


mean a shift, after nearly
25 years, to "restoration
and not litigation," but
"it's too soon yet to know
for sure."
The lawsuit was filed
in 2004 by the Miccosu-
kee Indian tribe whose
reservation is in the Ev-
erglades and claims
state and federal agencies
have repeatedly failed to
enforce Clean Water Act
standards in the vast-wet-
lands. An environmental
group, Friends of the Ev-
erglades, has joined the
tribe as a plaintiff. An even
older lawsuit'over many of
the same issues dates to
1988.
Together with the legal
challenges, funding short-
falls and political bicker-
ing have stymied efforts
to restore the Everglades,
a key water source for
millions of South Florida
residents.
The wetlands have been
damaged for decades by
the intrusion of farms and
development. Dikes, dams
and canals have been cut,
effectively draining much
of the swamp and pollut-
ing it with fertilizers and
urban runoff.
Under the joint state-
federal. plan, new storm-
water treatment areas will


be built and permits will
be issued for the opera-
tion of tens of thousands
of acres of already built
ones. It will also create
new water storage areas.
All of it is an effort to fil-
ter phosphorous, which
comes from fertilizer and
promotes the growth of
unhealthy vegetation that
chokes native plants.
Many environmental-
ists have cheered the plan,
but some have expressed,
skepticism grounded in
years of delays. In a brief
filed Monday, Friends of
the Everglades expressed
concern funding might,
not come to fruition and
that "this 'commitment'
amounts to no commit-
ment whatsoever."
News of Gold's prder
came as the Obama ad-
ministration trumpeted
$80 million in new fund-
ing Friday for land ease-
ments as part of restora-
tion efforts in the northern
Everglades. Agriculture
Secretary Tom Vilsack


announced the funding,
saying it would help re-
store another 23,000 acres
through deals with farm-
ers and ranchers who al-
low conservation projects
on their land.
Charles Lee of Audubon
Florida heralded the fund-
ing as a "home run for the
Everglades.",
All told, the Obama ad-
ministration has spent
$1.5 billion on Everglades
projects and requested
another $246 million in its
2013 budget. In a phone
interview, Vilsack said the
projects are helping pre-
serve and restore the Ev-
erglades' water resources,
create jobs through con-
struction and contribute
to a sense the ecosystem
is reaching a key point in
its healing.
"There is a lot-of activ-
ity going on, a lot of mo-
mentum, and I think a lot
of people will say this is
the most progress they've
seen in this area in quite
some time," he said.


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Briefs


Clinic with protest
history torn down
PENSACOLA-A Pen-
sacola abortion clinic gut-
ted by arson in January is
being torn down because
of the damage.
The American Family
Planning was the site of
a double-murder in 1994
when an anti-abortion
'activist killed a doctor
and the doctor's security
escort.
The charred clinic has
stood empty since the
January blaze.
City officials told the
Pensacolq News Journal
the building was declared
unsafe and had to be
demolished.
American Family Plan-
ning has not said what it
plans to do with the lot
,and the organization did
not immediately return a
phone message left by The
Associated Press.
The man charged with
setting the blaze is due in
Federal Court next Thurs-
day and could plead guilty
at the change-of-plea
hearing.

Man gets 15 years for
fatal DUI crash
TAMPA-ATampa
Bay area man has been
sentenced to 15 years in
prison for a fatal drunken
driving crash.
A Hillsborough County
judge sentenced 35-year-
old Albino Martinez on
Friday following a DUI
manslaughter conviction.
Authorities say several
unidentified 911 callers
followed Martinez on July
4, 2010, reporting that he
was driving erratically
and likely going to kill
someone. That prediction
came true when Martinez
smashed head on into a
minivan and killed 42-
year-old GinaVillegas.
The Tampa Bay Times
reports that Martinez
apologized to the victim's
family members at his
sentence hearing, explain-
ing that someone had
slipped a drug into a drink.
Martinez, who is in the
country illegally,will likely
be deported after he's
released from prison.

Prosecutors blamed
in teen sex case
DAYTONA BEACH
-Two central Florida
men are raising concerns
over the way prosecutors
handled a case involving
a 16-year-old boy they say
sexually assaulted their
young sons.
One man says his son
was 9 when the teen
sexually assaulted him at a
Putham County Boy Scout
summer camp in 2009.
The other boy was 6 when
he was assaulted in a pub-'
fic restroom in Charlotte
County two years later.
The Daytona Beach
News-Journal reported
Friday that the fathers
blame State Attorney
,R.J. Larizza, saying the
younger boy wouldn't have
been assaulted if the teen
had been prosecuted more
vigorously.
Larizza called the press
conference "totally po-
litically motivated," and
claims his opponent in
the August primary was
behind it.
Candidate StasiaWarren
says she advised the men
against holding a press
Conference.

SHorse rescued after
falling in swale
GAINESVILLE -Au-
thorities say a horse was
rescued after falling onto
- her side when the rain-
sodden ground she was


standing on gave way.
Tea Cup was standing
under a shade tree Thurs-
day afternoon at the 265-
acre Retirement Home for
Horses at Mill Creek Farm.
The Gainesville Sun re-
ports the ground had been
softened by heavy rain
dumped by Tropical Storm
Debby last month;
S' Mary Gregory, who runs
the home for horses, says
Tea Cup fell into a swale
and couldn't get up. She
Called the sheriff's office.


A deputy and a veterinary
rescue team rescued the
horse.
It was the second time
Tea Cup has been rescued.
She and another horse
came to the north Florida
retirement home 10 years
ago after they were seized
by police at a Miami
slaughterhouse.

Woman crashes car
into home
LAKE WORTH A Lake
Worth man is recovering .
after being hit by a car that
crashed into his home.
Authorities say 33-year-
old Huguens Lamande
was outside his home
Thursday morning when
a vehicle driven by his
mother-in-law crashed,
pinning him against a
wall. The Palm Beach
County Sheriff's Office
identified the driver as 40-
year-old Gislaine Jules.
Lamande was holding
his 4-month-old daughter'
at the time of the acci-
dent. She was treated and
released from the hospital.
He is listed in stable con-
dition at Delray Medical
Center.
Authorities say Jules hit
the gas pedal instead of
the brake. She was not
hurt, but will be cited for
an unregistered vehicle
and no proof of insurance.

Woman gets stuck
in water-filled ditch
SANFORD A central
Florida woman suffered
from dehydration after
being stuck in her car for
three days after acciden-
tally driving into a water-
filled ditch.
The Orlando Sentitlel
reports Joyce Gembecki
of Sanford was expected
to be released Friday from
Baptist Medical Center
Downtown .in Jacksonville.
She was treated for dehy-
dration and to regulate her
body temperature.
Baker County Sheriff's
spokesman Joey Dobson
says Gembecki went for a'
drive Monday and ended
up about 150 miles away.
She got stuck after driving
down a dirt road in a state
forest before ending up in
the ditch.
A Florida Forest Service
ranger spotted her Thurs-
day. The watercovered her
lap and the hood of her
car.

New facilities at
Bayfront Park
HOMESTEAD -'New
beach facilities at Home-
stead Bayfront Park in
South Florida will include
a restaurant and conces-
sions building, a kids play
area and beach volleyball
court.
The new facilities will be
celebrated Friday during
a ceremony with Miami-
Dade officials.
From wire reports


Prosecutor: Teen not insane in beating


The Associated Press

FORT LAUDERDALE -
A Florida teenager was not
insane and knew the con-
sequences of his actions
when he nearly killed a
15-year-old girl by savage-
ly kicking and stomped
her head.outside a school,
a prosecutor told jurors
Friday as an attempted
murder trial drew to a
close.
In a closing argument,
Assistant State Attorney
Maria Schneider said
Wayne Treacy's careful
planning of the attack and
messages beforehand to
friends about going to jail
for killing someone show
that he knew what he was
doing. Experts testified
that Tracy suffered from
post-traumatic stress dis-
order because of his broth-
er's suicide, but Schneider
said that illness alone was
not enough.
"Is there something
wrong with Wayne Treacy?
Yes, there has to be. But
that is not what the law
finds as an excuse," Sch-
neider said. "Despite
any mental illness they
want you to focus on,
he is legally and morally
responsible for his
actions."
Treacy, 17, faces a maxi-
mum 50-year prison
sentence if convicted of
attempted first-degree
murder in the March 2010
attack on Josie Lou Ratley,
who suffered permanent


brain injuries. The defense
is seeking acquittal by
reason of insanity. Jurors
are scheduled to begin
deliberations Monday.
The attack happened at
the Deerfield Beach Mid-
dle School bus loop after
an escalating series of in-
sulting and taunting text
messages between Treacy
and Ratley. Treacy began
making death threats
against Ratley within a few
minutes, phone records
show, then became fully
enraged when she sent
one telling Treacy to "go
visit your dead brother."
"Watch how much you
laugh when I strangle the
life out of you. You.said the
wrong thing to the wrong
person," Treacy said in
one text.
Defense psychiatrists
testified that Treacy was
pushed by the text about
the brother into an altered
state of consciousness
called "dissociation" in
which he wasn't aware of
or able to control his ac-
tions. Treacy was 15 when
he witnessed his brother's
suicide by hanging himself
with an orange extension
cord from a churchyard
tree.
"How messed up in his
head was he when he
saw his brother hanging
from a tree two days after
his 15th birthday?" asked
Treacy attorney Russell
Williams in his closing ar-
gument. "What happened
to Josie Ratley is awful.


THEASSOCIATED'PRESS
Wayne Treacy walks into court before opening statements in
his trial on Monday in Fort Lauderdale.


There would be no ratio-
nal reason for anybody to
do that."
Yet prosecutors asked
the jury to focus on what
Treacy did after mak-
ing the threats. He told
several friends he would
be going to jail and even
described how he would
assault his victim. He put
on steel-toed. boots and
black martial arts gloves,


wrote out a brief will, rode
his bicycle to the school
and had a friend point out
Ratley, whom he did not
know. Ratley had let the
friend, Kayla Manson, use
her cellphone to commu-
nicate with Treacy before
the texts between the two
of them began.
Jurors will be given sev-
eral options to find Treacy
guilty of lesser offenses.


No big surprises expected at Citizens' rate workshop


*The Associated Press

TALLAHASSEE The
new president of the state-
backed Citizens Property
Insurance Corp. meets
with the insurer's govern-
ing board for the first time,
looking for consensus on
finalizing the insurer's rate
request for next year.
Citizens' governing
board holds a rate work-
shop Monday in Miami,
just 11 day before voting
on what rate increase it
will request from the .Of-
fice of Insurance Re ula-
tion. The board is mov-
ing toward. shedding
thousands of policies.
And they hired Barry
Gilway, a veteran of 42
years in the insurance
marketplace, last month
to lead the way. Gilway
said Citizens' rates and
the impact of sinkholes
will be among iteris
discussed Monday.
Gov. Rick Scott has
madedownsizingCitizens
one of his chief goals. He
contends the company's
rates are artificially low,
.which could leave poli-
cyholders on the hook to
make up the difference if
the insurer can't pay all
claims if a major storm
hits the state.
"At some point in time


we have to address rates,"
Gilway said, adding that
they are required by law
to file actuarial adequate
rates..
Agreeing on rates, how-
ever, has not only been
a challenge ,for Citizens
and those in charge of
the insurer, but Florida's
lawmakers as well. About
the only thing that every-
one has agreed on is that
the company must be
dramatically downsized.
At one point earlier this


year, there was talk that
Citizens' might ignore the
10 percent legislative cap
on rate increases to reach
actuarially sound rates.
Gilway said he wants to
give independent insur-
ance agents a larger role in
placing tens of thousands
of Citizens' contracts in
the hands of private com-
mercial carriers. He also
doesn't foresee boosting.
insurance rates by more
than 10 percent for exist-
ing policyholders without


legislative change, with the
exception of sinkhole poli-
cies and new business.
"It does no good moving
business out of Citizens if
our policyholders do not
have quality insurers take
over that risk," Gilway
said.
Citizens was created a
decade ago ostensibly as
the insurer of last resort
and is now Florida's larg-
est property insurer with
more than 1.4 million
customers.


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George Zimmerman asks for new judge again


The Associated Press

ORLANDO The ex-neighbor-
hood watch volunteer charged with
killing Trayvon Martin asked for a
new judge Friday, claiming the cur-
rent one is biased because he said
George Zimmerman had "flaunted
the system."
Zimmerman said in a motion he
feared he would be unable to get a
fair "stand your ground" hearing or a
fair trial with Circuit Judge Kenneth
Lester presiding over the case. Lester
was appointed in April after Zim-
merman claimed a potential conflict
of interest with the original judge.
Earlier this month, Lester said in
an order granting Zimmerman bond
that Zimmerman had "under, any
definition ... flaunted the system" by
failing to disclose at an April bond
hearing that he had raised $135,000
from donations for his legal defense.
Zimmerman's wife, Shellie, testi-
fied at the bond hearing that they
had limited resources since she was


a student and Zimmerman wasn't
working. Zimmerman said .nothing
to correct his wife's testimony.
Lester at the time allowed Zimmer-
man to be released on a $150,000
bond. The judge revoked the bond
after 'prosecutors presented jail-
house recordings of Zimmerman
instructing his wife on how to trans-
fer funds raised from a website to
different bank accounts.
Zimmerman returned to jail in
June but left last week after Lester
granted him a $1 million bond, say-
ing state law compelled him to grant
bail. In the second bond order, the
judge said it appeared Zimmerman
was preparing to flee to avoid pros-
ecution based on the money he had
raised' and his possession of'sec-
ond passport that he had failed to
disclose to the court.
Zimmerman argued that showed
bias.
"The court makes sweeping gen-
eralizations about Mr. Zimmer-
man based on limited information


and disregards the evidence that
contradicts those conclusions,"
Zimmerman said in the motion.
A spokeswoman for the state attor-
ney's office said in an email Friday
*that prosecutors object to the de-
fense motion and will file a formal
response early next week.
A spokeswoman for the judge said
he wouldn't comment Friday but
would address the matter later.
Zimmerman is charged with sec-
ond-degree murder. He has pleaded
not guilty, claiming self-defense.
Under Florida law, Zimmerman
could request a "stand your ground"
hearing that would allow him to ar-
gue his self-defense case, before a
judge and without jury. The judge
could then either drop the charges
or set a trial date. .
"Mr. Zimmerman fears that' the
court has already decided that he is
not worthy of belief regardless of the
type of proceeding or the corrobo-
rating evidence that would support
his testimony," the motion said.


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
George Zimmerman enters the courtroom before he appears
before Circuit Judge Kenneth R. Lester, Jr. on June 29 during a
bond hearing at the Seminole County Criminal Justice Center
in Sanford.


Voters may get say on new casinos


The Associated Press


TALLAHASSEE Florida voters may be
asked once again whether they want to
bring casinos to the state.
Campaign reports filed Friday show
that a newly formed political committee
backed by companies affiliated with an
effort to bring a casino to downtown Mi-
ami is already spending large amounts
of money hiring political consultants,
lawyers and petition signature collectors.
It's too late to get a pro-casino mea-
sure on this year's ballot, but the group
still has time to gather the nearly 700,000
signatures needed .to make the 2014
ballot.
A spokesman for the group, New Jobs
and Revenues for Florida, refused to say
for certain if the group would push to get
something on the ballot.
"New Jobs and Revenue for Florida is
an exploratory effort to consider whether.
or not there are ways to have more en-
tertainment options in Florida," Brian
Hughes said. "Our state is a world-re-
;nowned destination, for visitors. If enter-
tainment companies are willing to make
,investments here, creating thousands of
jobs and providing new revenue to local
and state governments, Florida would be
better for it."
: Major casino developers failed the last
two years to get state legislators to ap-
prove a bill that would have allowed ma-
jor new South Florida casinos. This past
year there was a push for legislation that
would have granted casino licenses to de-
velopers who pledged to spend at least $2
billion on a resort. The casino legislation
'-was one of the most heavily lobbied bills
of the 2012 session and drew opposition
from such heavyweights as the Florida
Chamber of Commerce and Disney.
Florida voters three times in the past
have rejected constitutional amend-
ments to allow casino gambling. But vot-
ers approved a measure in 2004 to give
South Florida counties the ability to de-
cide whether or not to add slot niachines
to existing-dog and horse tracks.
Since then, gambling has expanded
in the state. Voters in both Miami-Dade
and Broward counties voted in favor of
adding slots to local tracks and the state
reached deals that have allowed casinos
owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida


"New Jobs and Revenue for Florida
is an exploratory effort to consider
whether or not there are ways to
have more entertainment options in
Florida."
Brian Hughes,
spokesman for New Jobs and Revenues for Florida -

to expand.
Still, Florida law currently requires that
60 percent of voters must say yes for a
constitutional amendment to pass.
The campaign reports filed Friday
show that two companies affiliated with
Genting, a Malaysian company that owns
major casinos in Asia, donated more than
$600,000 to New Jobs and Revenues for
Florida. Genting has already spent nearly
a half-billion dollars to acquire real estate
. in Miami for a potential new mega-resort
and casino.
"Our contribution to New Jobs and
Revenue for Florida is simply one more
example of our commitment to exploring
how to enhance entertainment and hos-
pitality choices here," said Cory Tilley, a
spokesman for Resorts World Miami.
Dan Gelber, a former state senator and
chairman of South Florida No Casinos,
called it "outrageous" that Genting and its
affiliates would push to change the state
constitution to allow casinos.
"It's offensive that a foreign gambling
conglomerate thinks they can buy a re-
write of Florida's Constitution," Gelber
said. "The voters have repeatedly said
'no', the Legislature has said 'no', and now
they think they can buy their way into our
state."
The committee has used its donations
from the Genting affiliates on lawyers, a
Nevada company that gathers petition
signatures and.the consulting firm of Gov.
Rick Scott's main political adviser Tony
Fabrizio. Fabrizio's firm which also
does polling has been paid more than
$300,000 since April.
It was Fabrizio, a political veteran who
has worked on numerous campaigns,
who played a key role in getting Scott
elected despite opposition from the
Republican establishment in Florida.
He is also expected to help with Scott's
re-election campaign.


Florida Supreme Court upholds drug law


The Associated Press

TALLAHASSEE -
Florida law that require
people caught with illegz
drugs in their possession
to prove their innocence
has been upheld by th
state Supreme Court.
Unlike ,virtually ever
other state in the county
where it's up to a prosect
tor to prove guilt, the 200
Florida law puts the bur
den on the person caught
with an illegal drug. For ex
ample, if someone wraps
package of cocaine an
asks someone else to de
liver it to a friend across
town and that person gel
nabbed, he or she autc
.matically in a jam under
the Florida law.
"What will become of th
innocent?" asked Justic
James Perry, who disagree
with his colleagues. "Un
der the majority's decision
and the above examples
Sthe innocent will from th
start be presumed guilty."
The court ruled 5-
Thursday that any defen
dant is presumed to hav
known what ivas inside th
package was something il
legal. Virtually every othe
state requires prosecutor
to convince jurors the de
fendant knew that the con
tents were illegal. The stat


must still be able to prove
the defendant knows they
A were in. possession of
es something, but don't have
al to prove that it was an ille-
n gal substance.
:e The decision reversed a
ie Manatee County judge's
decision that struck down
y the 2002 law. Circuit Judge
ry Scott Brownell ruled it vio-
i- lates due process.
)2 Supreme Court Chief
r- Justice Charles Canady
it said the law does not vio-
c- late due process. Canady,
a who wrote the majority
d opinion, left little doubt
e- where he stood during oral
ss arguments on the case in
ts December.
i- "Isn't the reality here that
ar these drugs that are illicit
are valuable and the peo-
e ple who own them don't
e just go casting them about
d at random?" he asked.
I- Brownell's decision,
n however, was similar to an
s, earlier ruling by a federal
e judge, which is also being
appealed. If the 11th U.S.
2 Circuit Court of Appeals
i- in Atlanta should disagree
e with the Florida decision,
e the issue likely will go to
- the U.S. Supreme Court.
'r If the Florida Supreme
rs Court had ruled to strike
-- down the controversial
1- law, it could have led
e to hundreds of prison


inmates being set free.
When the law was passed
in 2002, Florida became
the only state not to re-'
quire that a suspect have
knowledge that- a con-
trolled substance is illegal
to be convicted.


CEO of troubled Iowa


brokerage charged in court
The Associated Press Tuesday,, the same day the industry's
top regulator filed civil fraud charges
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa The chief ex- alleging the firm misused customer
ecutive of an Iowa-based brokerage firm money and falsely claimed a bank ac-


admitted in a suicide note that he carried
out an elaborate fraud scheme in which
he embezzled more than-$100 million
from customers over nearly two decades,-
federal investigators said Friday.
FBI. agents arrested Peregrine Finan-
cial Group Inc. Russell Wasendorf Sr. on
Friday and he appeared in federal court
later in the day on charges that accuse
him of falsifying bank records.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Peter Deegan
said during the hearing in Cedar Rapids
that the 64-year-old executive could face
"a wide range of criminal charges" for
what investigators say was a $200 million
scheme in which Wasendorf embezzled
customer funds for 20 years.-
Federal prosecutors unsealed a crimi-
nal complaint charging Wasendorf
and released documents detailing a
wide-ranging'fraud scheme that appar-
eAtly fooled colleagues, customers and
regulators for years.
Wasendorf had been hospitalized af-
ter attempting suicide outside the com-
pany's headquarters in Cedar Falls on
Monday by hooking up a tube to his car's
tailpipe. He appeared healthy and was
wearing street' clothes during his brief
court appearance Friday, and the judge
scheduled a hearing for Wednesday to
'determine whether Wasendorf should
be held in jail pending his trial.
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when it actually had about $5 million.
The money in that account belonged to
customers, and was supposed to be kept
separate from Peregrine's own money.
Officials from another industry regu-
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found Wasendorf unresponsive Monday
in his vehicle, along with a suicide note
addressed to his wife and a signed state-
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years ago and have gone undetected un-
til now. I was able to conceal my crime of
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* MONDAY, JULY 16, 2012 Deadline for new registrations and
party changes for the Primary Election.

* NOTICE FLORIDA IS A CLOSED PRIMARY STATE Voters registered
with a political party may vote for their respective party's candidates in a primary
election.
* ALL VOTERS, including those without PARTY AFFILIATION, are entitled to vote
on nonpartisan school board races.
* UNIVERSAL PRIMARY CONTEST: If all candidates for an office have the same
party affiliation and the winner will have no opposition in the General Election, all
qualified voters, regardless of party affiliation, may vote in the Primary Election
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The Associated Press

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -
An Uzbek man who came
to America pursuing an
Ivy League medical de-
gree but wound up work-
ing seven days a week at
a mall kiosk in Alabama
was sentenced to more
than 15 years in prison
.Friday for plotting to kill
President Barack Obama.
U.S. District Judge Ab-
dul K. Kallon imposed
the sentence on Ulugbek
Kodirov, 22. He had faced
up to 30 years in prison.
Written and oral court
pleadings showed Kod-
irov, whose parents are
professionals who worked
for the government in his
native Uzbekistan, was
accepted to study medi-
cine at Columbia Univer-
sity in New York but never
enrolled because his
English was too poor.
He later moved to
Alabama for a job and
worked at the massive
Riverchase Galleria in
suburban Hoover, where
the defense said he used
his laptop and free wi-fl
service to connect with
extremists who turned
-him against the United
States. Wearing an or-
ange jail uniforms and
leg chains, Kodirov apolo-
gized in halting English.
"I am truly sorry for ev-
ery mistake that I have
done," he told the judge.
Defense attorney Lance


JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon enters the company's headquarters in New York on Friday.



JPMorgan traders may have



sought to conceal losses


The Associated Press

NEW YORK JPMorgan Chase
said Friday that its traders may have
tried to conceal the losses from a
soured bet that has embarrassed
the bank and cost it almost $6 bil-
lion far more than its CEO first
suggested.
The bank said an internal investi-
gation had uncovered evidence that
led executives to "question the in-
tegrity" of the values, or marks, that
traders assigned to their trades.
JPMorgan also said that it planned
to revoke two years' worth of pay
from some of the senior managers
involved in the bad bet, and that it
had closed the division of the bank
responsible for the mistake.
"This has shaken our company to
the core," CEO Jamie Dimon said.
The bank said the loss, which Di-
mon estimated at $2 billion when
he disclosed it in May, had grown to
$5.8 billion, and could grow larger
than $7 billion if financial markets
deteriorate severely.
Dimon said the worst appeared to
be behind the bank, and investors
seemed to 'agree: They sent JPMor-
gan stock up 6 percent, making it
f;he best performer in the Dow Jones
industrial average.


Daniel Alpert, a founding manag-
ing partner with the New York in-
vestment bank Westwood Capital
Partners LLC, said the bank and Di-
mon appeared to have learned from
the crisis.
He said Dimon now realizes how
complex and difficult to manage the
bank is, will be more diligent in the
future and probably won't be the
crusader he has been against some
proposed financial regulation.
"Did it cost shareholders a few
bucks? Yup," he said. "But it was a
non-horrible way of learning the les-
son, in the sense that the entire insti-
tution didn't burn down, the lesson's
been taught and Dimon seems ready
to take it." -
For his part, Dimon concluded:
"We are not proud of this moment,
butwe are proud of our company."
The investigation, which covered
more than a million emails and tens
of thousands of voice messages, sug-
gested traders were trying to make
losses look smaller, the bank said. '
The revelation could expose JPM-
organ to civil fraud charges. If regu-
lators decide that employee decep-
tions caused JPMorgan to report
inaccurate financial details, they
could pursue charges against the
employees, the bank or both.


The Justice Department, the Se-
curities and Exchange Commission
and other regulators, including one
in Britain, are looking into the loss.
The Justice Department and SEC
declined comment. .
JPMorgan could not, necessarily
hide behind the actions of its em-
ployees.. Regulators could decide
that its oversight or risk manage-
ment cofitributed to the problem-
atic statements.
As a result of what it found, JPM-
organ lowered its reported net in-
come for the first quarter of this year
by $459 million. The bank was still
widely profitable: Even after the ad-
justment, it made $4.9 billion for the
quarter.
JPMorgan also reported net income
for the second quarter, which ended
June 30, of $5 billion, far higher than
the $3.2 billion that Wall Street ana-
lysts were expecting. The bank cred-
ited stronger mortgage lending and
credit card business.
JPMorgan has said the trade in
question was designed to .offset
potential losses made by its chief
'investment office. .
Dimon told Congress last month
that it was meant to protect the bank
in case "things got really bad" in the
global economy.


Texas: State voter ID law does not discriminate


The Associated Press

WASHINGTON Law-
yers for the state of Texas
argued Ftiday that a con-
tentious voter ID law
should go forward because
it doesn't limit minorities'
right to vote and, therefore,
does not violate the federal
Voting Rights Act.
Justice Department at-
torneys argued just the
opposite, saying the law
requiring voters to show
valid, government-issued
photo identification at the
polls is exactly the type of
statute that the act, passed
In 1965, was designed to
prevent. I
SBoth sides gave clos-
ing arguments Friday af-
ter a weeklong trial about
the Texas law, passed last
year by the state's Repub-
lican-controlled Legisla-
ture. Texas currently only
requires voters to show
their voter registration.
cards,; which do not have
photos, or another accept-,
able alternative form of ID
such as a driver's license or
utility bill.
. Texas' voter ID law is sim-
ilar to laws passed by GOP-


controlled legislatures.in
Georgia and Indiana. -
The Justice Department
blocked the Texas law
in March, citing the Vot-
ing Rights Act. Texas sued
the Justice Department,
sending the case to fed-
eral court in Washington. A
three-judge panel is set to
decide the fate of the law.
It's not clear when the
judges will make a rul-
ing. The presiding judge,
Rosemary Collyer, said
they would try to have a
decision in "quick order."
The judges have said they
would like to rule before
November's elections.-
Attorney John 'Hughes,
who argued for Texas, said
the state had met its bur-
den, showing through ex-
pert witnesses, social sci-
ence studies and its own
dissection of the Justice
.Department's evidence
that there was little cause
to believe any eligible vot-
er would be unable to vote
because of the ID law.
, TPeople who want to vote
already have ID or an abil-
ity to get it," Hughes said.
' He said if the Justice De-
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thousands would be dis-
enfranchised by the Texas
law were valid, the court-
room would have been full
of witnesses testifying in
support of that point.
Hughes also reiterated,
other arguments Texas
had made throughout the
week: that public opinion
backs voter ID laws, that
Texas lawmakers had the
integrity of votes not
the.suppression of minor-
ity voters on their mind
- when they passed the
law, and that other states
that have passed ID laws
have not seen a drop in
turnout.
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said Kodirov wasn't "a big,
bad terrorist."
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victim, but he's a victim to
a degree of social media,"
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to kill Obama and a for-
eign group would have
taken credit had he not
been arrested a year ago.
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of how our youth can be
radicalized by the pro-
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Internet," Whisonant told
the judge.
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in February to threatening
to kill the president, pro-
viding material support to
terrorism and unlawfully
possessing a firearm. He
said he came up with the
plan to kill Obama as he
campaigned' for re-elec-
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Funeral Home
8261 Hwy 90 East
Sneads, Florida 32460
850-593-9900

Burl Griffin

Mr. Burl Griffin, 73, a na-
tive of Grand Ridge, passed
away at his home. Burl was
described by many as
strong willed, determined
and he never met a strang-
er.
He is preceded in death
by two sons, two brothers
and both parents.
Left to cherish the mem-
ories are his ex-wife, Ade-
line Griffin, one son, Rob-
ert Griffin, three daughters,
Anne Rabon, Jeanie Griffin
and Dawna Johnson. He al-
so leaves behind twelve
wonderful grandchildren,
and two great-
grandchildren.
Visitation will be from
6:00-8:00 PM CDT, Mon-
day, July 16, 2012 at Lanier-
Andler Funeral Home in
Sneads.
Graveside Service will be
held at Shady Grove Ceme-


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Sneads
From Page 1A
one, cost-saving measure
she expects to continue.
lMoney devoted'to park
maintenance currently
comes from- an adminis-
trative line in the general
fund, andButts would like
to see that stream slow to a
trickle.
Butts is taking other
measures to improve the
city budget. In some cases,
that's meant a minor im-
pact on the residents of the
town.
For instance, a few days
ago the council voted to
increase the local com-
munications tax that tele-
phone, cable and Internet
providers collect from
their customers on behalf
of the city.
It had been 3.3 percent.
Butts proposed that the
city raise it to 5.1 percent,
noting, that most other
municipalities had already
done so years ago when
laws changed to allow that
maximum charge.
Based on preliminary
estimates, Butts expects
the increase to add about
$22,000 to the city budget
each year, while it increas-
es the average individual
household bill by a couple
of dollars a month.
And in April, again on
Butts' recommendation,
the city raised water and
sewer -rates slightly. The
first increase since 2008,
it raised customers' base
water rate by 50 cents
per month, meaning that
each customer will pay
$10.50 instead of $10 a
month to have the basic
service. Additionally, the
base sewer rate went from
$21.65 to $22.75, with all
to pay the $1.10 extra per
month.
The city also raised the
rate on water by a dime
on each thousand gallons
used. The sewer usage rate,
based on the water rate,
also went up by a dime per
thousand gallons of water
used.
Altogether, the water/
sewer and communica-
tions tax bumps increase
customers' monthly


Scottish police arrest
ETA suspect
MADRID Spain's
Interior Ministry says a
suspected member of
Basque separatist group
ETA has been arrested in
Scotland.
The 36-year-old man
was taken into custody in
Edinburgh by Scottish po-
lice, with the assistance of
Spanish officers.- The min-
istry said Saturday Benat
Atorrasagasti Ordonez was
arrested late Friday.
Atorrasagasti allegedly


tery, Tuesday, July 17, 2012,
at 10:00 AM CDT, with the
Rev. Daniel Yoder officiat-
-ing.
In lieu of flowers, please
make donations to Cove-
nant Hospice of Marianna,
4215 Kelson Avenue, Suite
E, Marianna, Florida 32446,
or your local American
Cancer Society.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home is in charge of ar-
rangements. 850-593-9900
James & Sikes Ftmeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Fl 32446
850.482.2332

Wesley
Dexter Neel

WesleyDexter Neel funer-
al services will be held at
3pm, Sunday, July 15, 2012
at Cypress Grove Assembly
of God Church. Burial will
follow at Cow Pen Pond
Cemetery with James and
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing. Visi-
tation will be one hour pri-
or to funeral.


city-related bills by roughly
$3.60 a month, with slightly"
more impact for those who
use more than a thousand
gallons of water.
On the other hand, on
Butts' recommendation,
the council a few days
ago took another action
that will have a positive
impact on .the budgets of
about half of its residential
customers.
The city had previously
enacted* a requirement
that all customers install a *
backflowandcrossconnec-
tion system that is meant
to prevent contamination
of consumable water. For
some reason, however, the
city ceased enforcement
of this requirement about
halfway through its imple-
mentation. This all took
place before Butts came on
board. Although about half
the households have it,
Butts said she doesn't think
it is actually necessary for
residential households. On
her recommendation, the
board voted unanimously
to strike the requirement
for residential customers.
Any new commercial cus-
tomers will be required
to install the system, and
any existing commercial
establishment for which it
is deemed appropriate will
also have to comply.
As for the city budget,
Butts said the town of
Sneads will continue to
look for ways to cut ex-
penses and add revenue
without undue burden on,
its residents..
The city, for instance,
will have an opportunity
to increase revenues once
improvements are made to
Sneads Park on Lake Semi-
nole. Butts said the city is
planning to create some
campsites in the park and
charge for their use. The
.money should at least
help the city break even on
maintenance costs there,
she said.
The city is also consid-
ering a new contract with
Waste Management, an
agreement that would once
again allow that company
to bring a liquid waste ma-
terial to the city's waste-
water treatment plant for


treatment.


joined ETA in 1996 as a
courier whose mission
was to facilitate border
crossings for ETA mem-
bers and material between
Spain and France.
- ETA is blamed for killing
more than 825 people in
a campaign for an inde-
pendent Basque state. It
is classified as a terrorist
organization by Spain, the
U,S. and the European"
Union but repeated waves
of arrests in recent years
have decimated it as an
organization.
From wire reports


French president's 'Mr.



Normal' image hit by tweet


The Associated Press

PARIS A feud involving the
French president's live-in girl-
friend, his former partner and his
eldest son may have tarnished the
new leader's carefully cultivated
image as "Mr. Normal" credited
with helping him win the spring
election among a populace weary
of his flashy predecessor, Nicolas
Sarkozy.
Francois Hollande agreed to take a
question about the family feud that
has riveted the media during a tele-
vision interview Saturday a sign
that in the Twitter era, even French
leaders can't keep their private lives
private.
But he sure did try.
Mid-way through the nationally
televised interview on tradition-
steeped Bastille Day, the reporters
asked for his reaction to "tweetgate"
as the feud is known. It began with
a tweet sent out by his compan-
ion Valerie Trierweiler during last
month's legislative elections. The
tweet expressed support for the po-
litical opponent of his ex-partner
Segolene Royal, the mother of the
president's four children, who was
defeated in her bid for a parliamen-
tary seat.
Hollande may have agreed to take
the question, but he quickly shut it
down, saying that he intended to
keep his public and private lives
separate and that he had asked
those close to him to do the same.
But it may be too late to put the
genie back in the bottle, since the
tweet has set the French political
establishment aflame, and turned
the president's image on its head.
Widely criticized as a vindictive


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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Valerie Trierweiler, companion of
France's President Francois Hollande,
walks out her car as she arrives at the
reviewing stand before the start of the
traditional Bastille Day military on the
Champs Elysees in Paris on Saturday.
move, the tweet went viral and
dominated news shows.
"He campaigned for a clean
break with Sarkozy, but it was a
big mistake for Valerie, as it put his
private life into public view," po-
litical communications expert Ar-
naud Mercier said in a telephone
intervieW.
According to behind the scenes
reports in the media, both Hol-
lande and his children were furious,
but all sides moved into a damage
control operation and kept the feud
under wraps.
Trierweiler has since kept a low
profile. She was notably absent
when Hollande visited with Queen
Elizabeth II this week in London.
The Twitter account of Hollande's'
eldest son Thomas reads discreetly:
"I don't plan on tweeting for the


moment."
A low profile was maintained un-
til this week when the 27-year-old
Thomas broke his silence, speaking
out against his father's companion's!
actions to the newsweekly Le Point,
published on Wednesday
"I knew that. something could
come from (Valerie) one day, but
not such a big knock. It's mind
blowing," he was quoted as saying.
"It upset me for my father. He re-
ally hates it when his private life-
is spoken about," he said. Then
he added what many were al-
ready thinking: "It destroyed the
"normal" image that he'd built up."
The Elysee tried to defuse the
comments, saying on Friday that
they were made during a "personal
interview." Thomas Hollande has
said some comments were taken
out of context.
Despite those efforts to water
down the remarks, "tweeigate"
still dominates French media. Son
Thomas' remarks are thought to
have pushed his father into speak-
ing out.
Since the Le Point article, Trier-
weiler has been spotted by Hol-
lande's side in a clear show of unity.
French media reported that Hol-,
lande allowed diners to take pho-
tographs during an intimate dinner
with her at a swish Paris restaurant
on Wednesday night. Trierweiler is
also set to accompany him in en-
gagements this -weekend and next
week.
On Saturday, she was in the front
row of a grandstand set up to watch
the Bastille Day military parade,
though, like the companions of
other French dignitaries, she did
not sit next to her partner.


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Chipola Theater Director Charles Sirmon is seen in the mirrors as he walks through a dressing room in the Chipola Center
for the Arts.


Theater
From Page 1A
Series will find a comfortable
home in this new theater, as well
as the 10,000 visitors it draws to its
programs.
The Center for the Arts will re-
place the old 350-seat theater. The
old theater, originally built in 1958,
lacked space, enough bathrooms


Fire
From Page lA "
Gaster said the wood pallets were
stacked on top of each other and
along the length of the kiln. He
described the kiln as a giant pizza
oven, constantly heating and dry-
ing revolving stacks of wood. With
all the fuel in there, it can keep a-
fire fed for a while. Dothan Fire
Department got the call around
7:15 p.m. to assist Marianna Fire
and Rescue with aerial support,


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and a working air conditioning sys-
tem the college has been renting
one this past year. College officials
are still deciding what to do with
the building.
The first season at the center will
open with "A Grand Night" featur-
ing Broadway star Tony Yazbeck
and two-time Emmy-winning ac-
tress Sally Struthers on Sept. 20. To
reserve your tickets, call 718-2220
for credit card orders or contact


using their huge ladders to spray
water into the building from
above.
About 14 agencies responded
to the fire, Gaster said, including
Graceville Fire & Rescue, Jackson
County Fire & Rescue, Cottondale
Fire Department, Campbellton
Fire & Rescue, Esto Fire Depart-
ment, Marianna Fire & Rescue,
Malone Fire Department, Chipley
Fire Department, Southern Junc-
tion Fire Department, Alford Fire
Department, and Dothan (Ala.) Fire
Department.


sirmonc@chipola.edu.
For those who want to donate
toward the theater program, the
Applause! campaign gives locals a
way to create a legacy at Chipola
College by having their name on
everything from an area in the cen-
ter to a theater seat. All donations
will go to the theater program. To
learn more about the Applause!
campaign, visit www.chipola.
edu/Center-for-the-Arts.


Area fire departments network
and establish relationships, turning'
to each other for aid during emer-
gencies, Gaster said.
Typically, the calls come through,
radios, but for agencies outside
a certain radio frequency, like
Dothan Fire Department, re-'
quests for aid can come from
one communication center to,
another.
"It's always a pleasure to workwith
our brothers...We never know when
any .of us will need assistance,"
Gaster said.


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Romney: No role in Bain management after 1999


The Associated Press
LACONIA, N.H. His
credibility under attack,
Republican presidential
hopeful Mitt Romney in-
sisted on Friday that he
had "no role whatsoever
in the management". of a
private equity firm after
early 1999, and demand-
ed that President Barack
Obama apologize for cam-
* paign aides who persist in
. alleging otherwise.
"This is simply be-
neath the dignity of the
presidency of the United
States," Romney said in an
interview on ABC, one of
several he granted to net-
work and cable stations in
'hopes of extinguishing the
controversy.
Under pressure from
democrats and even some
Republicans to release tax
returns going back several


years, Romney indicated
he wouldn't do so. "You can
never satisfy the opposi-
tion research team of the
Obama organization," he
said in a CBS interview.
Romney said after he left
Bain Capital he retained
ownership "until we were
able to negotiate a depar-
ture" from the company he
had founded. "I had no role
whatsoever in the manage-
ment of Bain Capital after
February of 1999," he said,
adding that officials at the
company and independent
fact-checkers had said the
same thing.
He also said, "I was an
owner, and being a share-
holder doesn't mean
you're running the busi-
ness." He said he couldn't
recall attending any Bain
management meetings
after he moved to Salt
Lake City to oversee the


Olympic Games.
The precise role Romney
played at the firm between
1999 and 2001 is impor-
tant not only because crit-
ics have raised questions
, about his truthfulness,
but also because Bain was'
sending jobs overseas
during that period.
That, in turn, goes to the
core issue of the race for
the White House in dreary
economic times, Romney's
claim that as a former busi-
nessman, he has the ability
to create jobs and finally
pull the country out of a
downturn that has lingered
throughout Obama's term.
'The Obama campaign has.
criticized Romney as run-
ning a firm that pioneered
job outsourcing.
Some Securities and Ex-
change Commission docu-
ments have surfaced sug-
gesting Romney played an'


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L eon Kelly and Steve McCool get a plate of smoked ribs ready
to go during a fundraiser cook-out for Ted Walt Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 12046 Friday. The event was raising money
for the group's community activities such as the upcoming Voice of
Democracy essay contest in the fall. During
that annual competition, area high school
students will be able to submit for judging an
audio recording of them reading an essay they
wrote. It is part of a national VFW competition
for a $30,000 scholarship. 'F


Sneads considers contract

to treat liquid waste
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER to release the material into
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com a manhole so it could flow
into the treatment system.
Sneads Town Council Under the new contract,
members this week for- Butts said, she'd like to im-
mally authorized its city pose a requirement that
manager to negotiate a the company dump the
deal to possibly renew the liquid into a tank, instead,
city's, leachate-treatment so the city can better con-
contract with Waste Man- trol how much material is
agement. Leachate in this released into the system. In
case refers to liquids that the incident that led to the
regularly pass through end of the previous con-
solids at landfills and can- tract, the company once
not be left there because brought 100,000 gallons to
of the potential they have be treated over a two-week
to contaminate natural period, while it was sup-
resources. posed to observe a 20,000
The city had been receiv- per-week maximum. Butts
ing and treating the waste said that, before the iso-
product since 2009, but the lated incident, WM was
city suspended that deal bringing in an average of
about 18 months ago after 8,000 gallons a week.
an incident in which too The new contract would
much leachate came into also better ensure that the
the treatment system at limit is observed, Butts
once. After the influx, rou- said, if it requires that the
tine tests at the treatment company bring its leachate
plant showed higher-than- only on weekdays when
acceptable levels of con- city offices are open and an
centrated contamination, employee is there to moni-
This prompted the city to tor the process. Previously,
let the contract lapse at the the company sometimes
end of 2010. brought over during the
City Manager Connie weekend.
Butts said measures' will The city is interested in
likely be taken in the new pursuing a new contract,
contract to ensure that this Butts said, because the
does not happen again. leachate translates into
Butts, who has a back- a revenue stream for the
ground in dealing with city. Waste Management
wastewater treatment, will was paying.the city $42 per
be in charge of working thousand gallons to ac-
out the terms. She came cept and treat the material
on board with the city under the old agreement.
about six months after the That resulted in an average
incident,, and said she has revenue of $1,300 a month
some ideas to help protect at 8,000 gallons a week.
the system. The income, Butts said,
For instance, under the would help the city keep its
terms of the old agreement, wastewater facility on solid
Jthe company was allowed financial ground.
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active role in the Boston-
based company through
2002. The filings with
the SEC place Romney
in charge of Bain Capital
from 1999 to 2001, the pe-
riod in which it outsourced
jobs and ran companies
that fell into bankruptcy.
Obama himself had
stepped into the contro-
versy a few hours before
Romney's comments were
aired.
"Now, my understand-
ing is that Mr. Romney
attested to the SEC mul-
tiple times that he was the
chairman, CEO and presi-
dent of Bain Capital. And
It think most Americans
figure if you're the chair-
man, CEO and president
of a company that you are
responsible for what the
company does," Obama
said in an interview with
WJLA-TV in Virginia as he
campaigned across the
battleground state.
The president said the
questions that have been
raised in numerous media
reports and highlighted


THEASSOCIATED PRESS
President Barack Obama gestures during a campaign stop at
Green Run High School in Virginia Beach, Va., on Friday.


by his own campaign
aides were a legitimate
part of the race for Ithe
White House.
"Ultimately, I think, Mr.
'Romney is going to have
to answer those questions
because if he aspires to
being president, one of the
things you learn is you're
ultimately responsible for
the conduct of your op-
erations," the president
said.
But Rompey said that
was "Chicago-style poli-
tics at its worst," and


accused the president and
his campaign of trying to
shift attention from the
economy.
Obama spent much of
his day challenging Rom-
ney over taxes and spend-
ing, telling one audience
that if Republicans are un-
willing to let tax cuts lapse
for the wealthiest Ameri-
cans, they're "not serious"
about reducing the defi-
cit. Obama renewed calls
to extend Bush-era tax
breaks for those earning
$250,000 or less.


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Sports Briefs
:;" Alford Recreation
Alford Recreation will hold
peewee tackle football and
cheerleading sign-ups in Alford
every Saturday in July from 9 a.m.
to noon at the Alford ball park
located behind the Dollar General
sroan .U.S. 231.
Sign-,. is for kids ages 5-13
aid cdst $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 information, or
visit Alford Recreation Association
on Facebook.

Brandon Gibson Camp
D The Brandon 'Rook' Gibson
basketball camp will be held July
19-21 at Marianna High School.
The camp is for boys and girls
ages 6-17 and runs from 8 to 11:30
a.m. each day.
Registration fee is $35, with
registration starting today at MHS
at 4:30 p.m.

Chipola Basketball Camp
) Chipola College will host a
kids' basketball camp for-boys, ,
andgirls, ages 5-14 oh Ji lyl,649 "
at the Milton H. Johnson Health:
Cepter. '
The camp will run fiom, 8:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. each day and.
will include basketball instruc-
tion from Chipola players and
coaches.
Drinks and sacks will be avaiL '
able in th. concession stand, i, :.
and campers will also be able to
get autographs and phot.o'ith/
Chipola players, as well.as afree -'
Chipola basketball T-shirt..., '.
Cost is $60 per camper, with
registration at the door fuly 16 at 8
a.m. Early registration is available
by contacting Chipola assistant
coach Kyle Church at 919-491-
1341, or by eniailat church@ ',
chipola.edi&.

Swimming Lessons
Chipola College will offer
swimming lessons for all ages.
na5.T-eflW =-Veorue e
methods.
Children's swimming lessons for
.ages four and up are scheduled
on the following dates: Session
3: July30-Aug. 9, with a registra-
tion.deadline of July 23. Classes
ae,available at 9 a,m., 10 a.m. or
7,p.m.
Sessions include eight 45-min-
ute classes which meet Monday
..through Thursday for two wdeks.
"Cost of regular swimming lessons
is $45. Pre-registration is required,
with a $5 late registration fee. For
information, call pool manager
Rance Massengill at 718-2473.

Youth Wrestling Club
Marianna YouthWrestling
Club is holding practice on Tues-
days and Thursdays 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 Thore-
son for further information at
272-0280.

Golf Tournament
A The First "Teeing Off" For
Kids golf tournament will be held
Aug. 25 at Indian Springs Golf
Course in Marianna at 8 a.m.
Bernefits of the tournament
are going to The Children's Burn
SCamp of North Florida and The
Jackson County Firefighters
Association Charity Fund.
Cost is $65 per golfer and $260
for a four-man team, which in-
cludes 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 information, call Ricky)
Winger at 850-557-2652 or email
at rwinget03@gmail.com.

SSports Items
Send all sports items to editorial@jctloridan.
com. or fa> them to 850.482.4478. The mail-
ing address for the paper Is Jackson County
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YOUTH SOFTBRILL STATE TOURNAMENT



Darlings win opener


SUBMIi tU E HUIU
A Marianna Darlings All-Star player gets a hit during a game against Belleview Friday morning.


Marianna

moves on to

winners' bracket

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Marianna Darlings All-
Stars opened up their run in
the state -tournament .in Car-
rabelle with a 15-7 victory
over the Belleview All-Stars on
Friday.
With the win, Marianna ad-
vanced to Saturday's winners'
bracket match-up against the
winner of Holmes County and
Wesley Chapel.
Marianna scored four runs in
the first inning and six more in
the second to jump out to a 10-
6 lead, and then blew the game
open with five more runs in the
fourth.
Belleview answered with a run
in the fifth inning, but couldn't
get any closer.
Marianna coach Tory Hussey
said that even though he didn't
think his team played its best,
Friday's win was a solid start to
what he hopes is a deep tourney
run.
"We didn't really play our A'
game," he said. "We struggled
a little bit hitting the ball. My
top five hitters carried us today
and pretty much produced all
the runs. Sydney Powell, Amari
Brown, Lauren Brock, Josie Scott,
Ashlyn Wierman and Angel Cur-
ry all had big days and carried us
on offense."
See DARLINGS, Page 2B


Belles rally past Okeechobee


- BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com


The Marianna Belles All-Stars earned
a dramatic comeback victory over
Okeechobee in the first round of the
state tournament in Carrabelle on
Friday, winning thanks to a two-run


Braves recall


Pastornicky from


minors for now


The Associated Press


ATLANTA The Atlanta
Braves recalled shortstop Ty-
ler Pastornicky from Triple-A
Gwinnett on Saturday and
sent catcher J.C. Boscan back
to the minors,
Pastornicky began the
season as Atlanta's starting
shortstop, but poor fielding
cost him the job when the
Braves purchased the con-
tract' of Andrelton Simmons
from Double-A Mississippi
on:May31. .
Simmons was placed on
the 15-day disabled list this
week with a broken right lit-
tle finger. JackWilson started
in his spot, but dislocated a
joint in his right little'finger
and left in the fourth inning
of Friday's 7-5 win over the
New York Mets.
Martin Prado, who moved
from left field to take Wilson's
place, started at shortstop
on Saturday for the first time


since May 4, 2008.
Because the Braves kept
Wilson on the active ros-
ter, manager Fredi Gonza-
lez began the game with 24
available players.
Catcher Brian McCann,
who missed Friday's game
for the birth of his child, was
back in the lineup.
Pastornicky hit .245 with
one homer and 12 RBIs in 45
games with Atlanta. He made
seven errors in 42 games. At
Gwinnett, Pastornicky made
five errors in 29 games at
shortstop.
Gonzalez indicated that
Pastornicky might not stay
long in the majors. The
Braves want to groom him
into a utility man. Pastor-
nicky has started nine games
at second base for Gwinnett
and made no errors. He also
has been practicing in the
outfield.
"We were forced to bring
him up," Gonzalez said.,


home run by Jakivia Hearns in the top of
the sixth inning.
The 6-4 win advanced Marianna into
Saturday's winners' bracket game against
West Pasco.
Okeechobee came in as the defend-
ing state champions and looked the part
early on, jumping out to the early lead


thanks to a two-run homer of its own in
the first inning.
The score stayed that way un-
til the fourth inning when Mari-
anna plated two runs to tie the
game.
See BELLES, Page 2B


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young people taking part in Anthony "Champ" Kelly's
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SPOrTS


Outdoors



Hunting-buddy criteria


Now is the time
for sportsmen to
give thought to an
extremely important mat-
ter: the choosing of this
season's hunting partner.
It's never too early to start,
particularly if you're like
me and have run through
as many sporting com-
panions as I have. To wit, I
once again have no hunt-
ing buddy for the upcom-
ing seasons. Good ones
seem to be getting harder
and harder to come by
these days.
Over the years I've
become something of an
expert at picking hunting
partners and have honed
the process to something
akin to a fine art. Thus,
I'd like to offer the fol-
lowing helpful hints as
a public service to those
who have yet to procure
that hunting companion
they'll need in a few more
months
Clip and save.
) Tip No. 1 Check the
IQ scores of each partner-
prospect on your list and
rank them from lowest to
highest, Eliminate anyone
scoring in triple digits. You
don't need an Einstein. A
functional illiterate will do
just fine.
) Tip No. 2 Make sure
you interview only those


BobHornegay
Outdoors Columnist
who own guns in the same
calibers and gauges as
yours. You can't bum his
12-gauge shells for your
20-gauge nor fit your 30-
06 cartridges into his bor-
rowed .243. It also helps if
he cleans his firearms on a
regular basis.
) Tip No. 3 The best
hunting buddies have
serious mathematical
learning disabilities (see
No. 1). For example, you
bag a nice buck that will
yield about 90 pounds of
venison. Etiquette dictates
that the deer be equally
divided. If your buddy
thinks 20 is exactly half
of 90, "equally" takes on a
brand new meaning. The
same holds true for game
birds or squirrels. As for
guilt, I've always followed
the old adage, "It's true if
one believes it." To avoid
suspicion, be "gener-
ous" and let him have a
whole 'possum once in
awhile.
Tip No. 4 Make sure


your new partner is handy
at pitching tents, skin-
ning game, camp cooking,
etc. Play on these, skills
and brag profusely on his
expertise. He's human and
has a low IQ. Thus, he will
insist on showing off. Here
.are some pointers:
"Gosh, those tent
ropes are taut. You are an
absolute tenting mas-
ter. Watching you is like
watching an artist!"
Or, "Man, you made fast
work of that deer. If I'd
dressed him out we'd have
been here all day. You're a
marvel, you are!"
The best way to get him
to do all the cooking is to
cook one meal yourself
and make sure it's the last.
Just add a large bottle of
tabasco sauce and five
tablespoons of a fast-act-
ing laxative to the camp
stew. Assuming your IQ is-
superior to your buddy's,
perhaps it isn't neces-
sary to add, don't eat it
yourself!
)) Tip No. 5 Alas, many
hunters still doa not own
late-model 4-wheel-drive
vehicles or those con-
venient all-terrain con-
traptions. Never choose
a buddy who fits into I
this category. The really
good places to hunt are
quite remote and the


territory exceedingly rug-
ged. A good 4wd or ATV
is a necessity and if your
partner has a reliable ride
it saves unnecessary wear
and tear on your own
vehicle.
To allay suspicion on'
his part, park your pickup
in your front yard, open
the hood, and remove a
wheel or two. It will look
like you're in the process
of repairing it. My own
truck has been in a state
of "disrepair" for five
straight hunting seasons
now. I wouldn't suggest
carrying the ruse that far
unless you've had a lot of
experience in manipu-
lating hunting partners.
That or, like me, you
really are a mechanical
idiot.
Tip No. 6- Finally,
when you have mastered
the techniques outlined
in the preceding list, take
one final precaution to en-
sure your health and well
being. It's a sad fact.that
even the dumbest hunting
buddies sometimes get
wise. For this reason, it is a
good idea to always make
sure there are a number of
bullet-stopping obstacles
between you and the
other fellow. If that's not
practical, just try to stay
out of range.


Fishing Report


LAKE SEMINOLE
Bass fishing is good and fish are
active despite the heat. Early morn-
ing and late-afternoon topwater
fishing is productive. Best baits are
frog-type lures fished in surface
vegetation. Jerkbaits may also pay
off. Deep grassy areas near river-
ledges are good spots to target after
complete sunup. Texas or Carolina-
rigged softbaits are good here.
Crappie fishing is slow. Early and
late in the day, fish live minnows at
depths of 5 to 15 feet. -'
Hybrids are good late in the
afternoon crankbaits and spoons
fished over humps and off-the-
channel sandbars. Bream fishing is
fair and catfish are fairly active deep
over hard bottoms.
LAKE EUFAULA
Bass fishing is fair in shallow grass.
Early morning opwater fishing is
the best bet with flipping becom-


ing reasonably productive later in
the day. Also try fishing the channel
- ledges with deep-running crank-
baits and large worms fished Caro-
lina style. Shallow brush fished with
Texas rigs is a productive technique
later in the day.
Crappies are fair on the deeper
creek ledges and can be caught on
jigging spoons from the transient
brush found just off the main river
channel. Fish live minnows in the
creeks directly over the deepest part
of the channel. Night fishing is a
good option.
Hybrids are biting fairly well late
in the afternoons and at night on
the southern end. Bream are active,
but the fish remain small.Catfish are
good, especially at night.
LAKE ANDREWS/
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER
Look for bass to take topwater
baits near wood structure and over


shallow sandbars early and late in
the day. Just at daybreak, try a white
buzz bait with a chartreuse trailer
in similar locations. The creeks are
still not producing many bass, but
main-river, ledges can give up some.
good individual fish. Try jig-and-pig
combos with a lot of chartreuse in
the color pattern. Hybrid fishing
is poor upriver, but some nice fish.
have been taken far downstream
near Lake Seminole. Spoons are
the best bait choice. Bream fishing
is fair. Drift-fish crickets or worms
along high banks and bluff walls.
Bluegills are the most active bream
species. Crappies are slow and cat-
fish are fair up and down the river.
The best catfishing is in the tailwa-
ters at present.
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.


JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


TUESDAY MORNING NO TAPPERS
JULY 10
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
1) Gordon's Crew 17-7
2) Banana Sluggers 16-8
3) Dynamic Trio 12-12
4) The Knights 11-13
5) The Star Jets 10-14
6) Clarity & 2 10-10
7) Awesome Amigos 8-16
a High Team Game: The Knights: 682
m High Team Series: Gordon's Crew 1987
)) High Game Hdcp: Jason T: 300
D High Series Hdcp: Jason T: 748
TUESDAY NIGHT SUMMER LEAGUE
JULY 10
TEAM STANDINGS_
W-L
1) Just Saying 29-11
2) Sharp Shooters 25-15
3) James Gang 24-16
4) 3 Sets & a Pair 23-17
5) Awesome 22-18
6) Enforcer 22-18
7) Baconators 18-22
8) Marianna Wash 18-22
9) OH ****!!! 16-24
10) YEPPP 16-24
11) Rejects 13.5-26.5
12) Alley Cats 13.5-26.5
a High Team Handicap: Alley Cats: 965
a High Team Handicap Series: Enforcer: 2744
a High Game Woman: LuAnn: 186
a High Series Woman: LuAnn: 534
a High Game Man: Jeff& Al: 279
a High Series Man: Tim Rischar: 652
THURSDAY NIGHT SUMMER 9-NO-TAP
JULY 12
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
1) Fireballs 27-9
2) Team 300 20.5-15.5
3) Mike's Crew 19.5-16.5
4) Fun'Of It 18-18
5) Bat Champs 18-18
6) Doing It 16-20
7) The A Team 13-23
8) New Guys 12-24
a High Game Hdcp: Mike's Crew: 1016
a High Series Hdcp: Fireballs: 2836
" High Game: Jay Roberts: 300
" High Series: Jay Roberts: 787
a High Game: MOR: 273
a High Series: Jennifer: 641



Celtics announce


signing of


Garnett, 2 others


The Associated Press

BOSTON The Boston
Celtics have made it offi-
cial more than a week af-
ter Kevin Garnett report-
edlyagreedto athree-year
contract.
Their emotional leader
has re-signied.
The Celtics also an-
nounced Saturday that
forward Brandon Bass
and center-forward Chris
Wilcox have signed to
remain with the team
that made it to the East-
ern Conference finals
- where it lost in seven
games to eventual NBA


champion Miami.
Garett had an out-
standing season, espe-
cially down the stretch
and in the playoffs. He
averaged 15.8 points, 8.2
rebounds and 2.9 assists
in his fifth season with
Boston.
Bass averaged 12.5
points and 6.2 rebounds
after being obtained from
Orlando.
Wilcox, also in his first
season with the Celtics,
had surgery for an en-
larged aorta after. play-
ing 28 games, averag-
ing 5.4 points and 4.4
rebounds.


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Darlings
From Page 1B
Scott led the offense by going 3-
for-3 with four RBIs and three runs
scored, while' Brown was 3-for-3
with two RBIs and three runs, Ashlyn
Wierman 3-for-3 with three RBIs and
two runs, and Brock was 3-for-3 with
three runs.
(urry was also 3-for-3 with two
doubles, two RBIs, and a run, with
Powell going 2-for-2 with two runs,


and Diamond Vann 2-for-2.
Marianna had 22 hits as a team,
while Belleview had just 11.
In the field, Marianna also had
some costly miscues that led to Bel-
leview runs, which the coach said
doesn't need to continue as the team
moves on.
"We played pretty good defensive-
ly, but we had a couple of throwing
errors that cost us some runs," he
said. "The defense wasn't terrible,
but we did make some mistakes that
hurt us. That's something we need to


do better."
Hussey said that there were some
typical first-game jitters for his girls,
but didn't expect nerves to be a
factor going forward.
"I think a few of the girls had
some butterflies," he said. "All of
the girls who weren't here last year
were maybe intimidated a little bit.
But I think getting that first game
under their belt will help them
out a lot. I think the girls will set-
tle down now and swing the bats
better."


Belles
From Page 1B
Amy Gearhart opened
the inning with a walk,
which was followed by an
RBI triple by Carlee Wilson
to cut the margin in half.
Hearns' RBI single scored
Wilson to make it 2-2, but
Okeechobee answered in
the bottom of the fifth with
two more runs on RBI hits
to go back out in front.
But in the top of the sixth,
Chaquisha Spears led off
with a single, with Taniyah
Robinson getting hit by a
pitch to give Marianna a
pair of base-runners.
Gearhart then delivered
the big hit with a two-RBI
double to score both and
tie the game at 4-4.
That brought Hearns to
the plate, and she came
through with her second
big hit of.the game, a blast
over the right centerfield
wall that left no doubt
when it hit her bat, putting
Marianna in the lead for
the first time.
From that point on,
Marianna pitcher Kayleigh
Temples brought it home
with a scoreless sixth and
seventh to seal the victory.
"It was a real good ball-
game," Marianna coach
.


Roger Wilson said after .the
game. "We were sound de-
fensively. It took a while for
the bats to get going, but
once they did, we hit the
ball pretty good."
Temples started and
went all seven innings in
the circle, giving up four
hits and no walks while
striking out five.
"Kayleigh pitched an
awesome game," the coach
said. "She kept us in the
ballgame by. not walking


anybody, throwing strikes
and making them put it
in play so the defense can
work."
Hearns led the offense
with two hits and three
RBIs, while Carlee Wil-
son had two hits and an
RBI, and Gearhart had
two hits, a walk and two
RBIs.
The coach said that, it was
exciting to win the opening
game of the tournament in
such thrilling fashion.


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Greipel wins stage 13 of Tour de France


The Associated Press

LE CAP D'AGDE, France -An-
dre Greipel of" Germany led a
photo-finish sprint to win the
13th stage of the Tour de France
on Saturday, while Britain's
Bradley Wiggins retained the
overall leader's yellow jersey as
the race headed south to the
Mediterranean.
The windy and flat 134.8-mile
run, with one major climb from
Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux to Le
Cap d'Agde, was tailored for awit
by one of the race's sprinters.
Greipel's ability to get over the
super-steep Mont Saint-Clair
climb, in the picturesque port
town of Sete about 14 miles from
the finish, helped pave the way
for his victory. Several other top
sprinters such as Britain's
Mark Cavendish struggled up
the hill and fell back.
Greipel, who turns 30 on Mon-
day, earned his third stage vic-
tory of this year's Tour after win-
ning the fourth and fifth stages
in sprint finishes. Still-photo
imagery showed he won by half
a wheel's length ahead of Slova-
kian rider Peter Sagan. Edvald
Boasson Hagen of Norway was
third.
Wiggins trailed close behind in
the main pack. Overall, he leads


Andre Greipel of Germany crosses the finish line ahead of Edvald Boasson
Hagen of Norway (left) to win the 13th stage of the Tour de France cycling
race of more than 134.8 miles with the start in Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux
and finish in Le Cap D'Agde, France, on Saturday.


his second-place Sky teammate
and fellow Briton Christopher
Froome by 2 minutes, 5 seconds.
Vincenzo Nibali of Italy is third,
2:23 back, and defending chnm-
pion Cadel Evans of Australia is
3:19 off the pace in fourth.
Saturday's route was known as
a transitional stage because it
was mostly flat, and guided rid-
ers away from their last big test


- the Alps and toward their
next, the Pyrenees.
Greipel's Lotto Belisol team
did the hard work of leading the
pack through a wind-swept ride
along the shore in pursuit of
breakaway riders Michael Alba-
sini and Alexandre Vinokourov,
ultimately catching them.
In a bold move, with less than
a mile left, Wiggins powered up


to the front of the pack with Sky
teammate Boasson Hagen on his
back wheel, trying to set up the
Norwegian for the stage win.
Greipel said he "speculat-
ed" that such a plot was be-
ing hatched. He pulled up just
behind Hagen, then whizzed
around him after a final bend
and held on to the line.
"I'm really happy with this vic-
tory ... it was once again a team
effort," said Greipel, who has
four career Tour stage wins: "The
sprint was very long. I was just
on the wheel of Boasson Hagen,
and I saw that I could win if I just
gave a little extra at the end,"
Wiggins said he led the late
surge because he wanted to
stay in front and out of possible
trouble in a big final bend in the
road. He also'wanted to help
Boasson Hagen to return a favor
for his support in the Alps.
"Once we knew that Cavendish
wasn't going to come back, ev-
erybody said we'd try to do the
job for Edvald," Wiggins said.
"Sometimes it's just good to get
on the front and try to repay a
friend of mine back."
Still, Spain's Luis Leon San-
chez, who had been leading in
a two-man breakaway that was
overtaken by Wiggins, showed
his frustration with an angry


hand gesture against the man in
the yellow jersey.
Sanchez said he felt Sky was
being too dominant and didn't
understand why Wiggins was
working to help a teammate win
a stage while in yellow himself.
"It's unfortunate. I can't look
after everyone in the peloton,"
said Wiggins, adding that he
does "love" Sanchez as a person.
"It's a shame he feels like that."
Sanchez later appeared to have
second thoughts about his first
reaction and wrote on Twitter,
"I beg (at) bradwiggins' pardon.
He is the leader of the race so he
and his team have the right to do
whatever they want."
As the riders neared the coast,
the stage's big challenges arrived,
including a windy ride between
the Mediterranean Sea and the
Bassin de Thau known for its
oyster farms.
Riders swung their bikes left
to right as if in slow motion as
they arrived at Mont Saint-Clair,
a mid-grade ascent over roughly
a mile but with an average
gradient of 10.2 percent.
Evans attacked on the Mont
Saint-Clair and got a few seconds
ahead of Wiggins, but the Briton
and his other closest rivals for
the yellow jersey all hung close
on the Australian's back wheel.


Capriati headlines Tennis Hall class


The Associated Press

NEWPORT, R.I. Jen-
nifer Capriati's tennis ca-
reer and her teenage life
- took a number of twists
and turns.
She started as a teenage
prodigy, was later side-
tracked with off-court
troubles, rebounded to be-
come a three-time Grand
Slam champion and, now,
her journey is complete
with her induction into the
International Tennis Hall
of Fame.
Capriati and several
others were inducted
into the Hall during a
90-minute' / ceremony
Saturday.
Joining Capriati were
recently retired player
Gustavo Kuerten, master
player Manuel Orantes,'
tennis industry executive
Mike Davies and wheel-
chair champion Randy
Snow, who was honored
posthumously.
In a tear-filled accep-
tance speech, the 36-year
old Capriati remembered
her great moments in the
game and touched on
some of her troubles off
the court.
Capriati was present-
ed by 2009 Hall of Fame


inductee Monica Seles.
"I still managed to over-
come some adversity, win
a Gold Medal, win some
Grand Slams and stand
at the podium at the Hall
of Fame," said Capriati,
breaking into tears during
her acceptance, speech.
"This is one milestone I
thought I'd never achieve."
She now feels as though
her tennis career is
fulfilled. .
"It's been quite a jour-
ney," Capriati said at a
morning press conference.
As a 14-year old, she
burst onto the scene fresh
out of the eighth grade and
reached the semifinals at
her first Grand Slam event
- the 1990 French Open.
Three years later, drug
and other problems side-
tracked her life and career.
She temporarily dropped
off the tour following the
1993 U.S. Open.
Her downturn didn't stop
there. She was- arrested
that year for shoplifting at
a Florida mall, and again
the next year for marijuana
possession. She also spent
time in drug rehabilitation
in 1994..
Capriati also feels she
left the game a little earlier
than she wanted because


of injuries.
"It was tough having to
leave the game," she said,
cracking a bit with emo-
tion. "It's like mourning a
loved one that's gone and
a relationship's that gone,
a part of yourself. It wasn't
easy, but something that's
gone and what you loved
to do. '
"It took a while to accept
that and let go. This is so
great for me because it's
putting a lot of closure to
my career and I'm able to
move forward, give thanks,
take thanks, give the honor
and take the honor, and
just be acknowledged
here. It means everything
to me."
After dropping off the
scene, she returned to the
sport in 1996. Five years
later, she reached those
lofty expectations that
were thrust upon her, beat-
ing past champions Seles,
Lindsay Davenport and
Martina Hingis en route to
the 2001 Australian Open
title and her first top-10
ranking in'seven years.
She was selected as
The Associated Press Fe-
male Athlete of the Year
later that year. The come-
back didn't stop there
- she followed that by


capturing the French Open
and was the only player to
reach at least the semis in
all four Grand Slams that
year.
The highlight match of
her career and maybe
one of the top perfor-
mances in the game -was
the 2002 Australian Open
when she trailed Hingis 4-
. 6, 0-4 before rallying to a
three-set victory.
She won a gold medal for
the United States at Bar-
celona in 1992. Her career
ended in 2004 with a 430-
176 record.
Kuerten was No. 1 in the
world for 43 weeks and the
clay-court specialist cap-
tured French Open titles in
1997, 2000 and '01.
"I believe it's the surface
you have to suffer more,"
the 35-year old Brazilian
said. "You have to be out
there for many hours. You
have to use every weapon
you can and fight like a
warrior. It's fun to try."
During his speech he
joked about being en-
shrined along with
Capriati.
"Jennifer, I don't want
to compare my career -to
yours, otherwise they'd
think about having me,"
he said.


Report: Paterno contract deal reached amid scandal


The Associated Press

STATE COLLEGE, Pa.
-Veteran Penn State foot-
ball coach Joe Paferno be-
gan talks that resulted in a
sweetened retirement con-
tract in the same month
that he testified before a
grand jury in the Jerry San-
dusky sex-abuse case, and
all members of the board of
trustees weren't informed
of the new package before
the scandal, engulfed the
university, according to a
published report:.
Paterno and the univer-
sity reached-agreement on
the amended contract that
eventually totaled $5.5
million in August, months
before charges were filed
against Sandusky, but they
began negotiating in Janu-
ary, The New York Times
reported Saturday.
The amended contract,
which was reported on by
The Associated Press in
April, included a $3 mil-
lion career bonus if Pa-
terno retired at the end of
the 2011 season, as well as
forgiveness of $250,000 in
outstanding indebtedness
and an additional $100,000
in loans.
The package also includ-
ed access to a stadium box
for his family for 25 years as
well as parking privileges
and access to on-campus
hydrotherapy equipment
for his wife.


The newspaper cited uni-
versity records in saying
Paterno first broached the
idea of revisiting his con-
tact in January, the same
month he made a brief ap-
pearance before the grand
jury, and some top uni-
versity officials had also
testified before the panel
before the agreement was
reached in August.
But the paper, citing
"people with knowledge of
the events," said details of'
the agreement were known
to a handful of board mem-
bers but not shared with
the full board, which only
learned about the lucrative
contract when Sandusky
was arrested in November
and two university officials
were charged.
Paterno then publicly
announced he would retire
at the end of the season in
a statement that also told
school trustees to focus
their attention on other
matters.
"I have decided to anm
nounce my retirement ef-
fective at the end of this
season. At this moment the
Board of Trustees should
not spend a single minute
discussing my status. They
have far more important
matters to address. I want
to make this as easy for
them as I possibly can,"
Paterno said at the time.
"This is a tragedy. It is one
of the great sorrows of


my life. With the benefit
of hindsight, I wish I had
done more."
Trustees, who agreed
Paterno had not done
enough to stop the abuse,
fired him later that same
day, a decision that was
followed by rioting in State
College. Paterno died of
lung cancer in January at
age 85. Sandusky is await-
ing sentencing after being
convicted of 45 counts of
having molesting 10 boys
over a 15-year period.
Paterno family attorney


Wick Sollers told the Times
on Friday that it was Penn
State that proposed the lu-
crative retirement package,
and that many elements
such as the luxury box and
use by Paterno of a pri-
vate aircraft had existed in
previous contracts.
Asked Friday if the uni-
versity planned to try to
recover money from the
Paterno estate, trustees
chairwoman Karen Peetz
said, "Contracts are con-
tracts, and no, there's no
plan to do that."


THEASSOCIATED PRESS
International Tennis Hall of Fame inductee Jennifer Capriati, of
Tampa, Fla., laughs during a news conference prior to induction
ceremonies in Newport, R.I. on Saturday.


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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


Dear Annie: My fiance and I cut corners
for four years so we could have a nice
wedding.
We didn't ask either set of parents for
money, and they didn't offer. We're foot-
ing the entire bill, including the formal
wear for the attendants.
The problem is my 34-year-old so-
cially awkward sister, "Allie." Allie was
hospitalized 20 years ago when she was
brutally beaten by some older teenag-
ers. She never received psychological
help. My mother pays Allie's rent and all
of her bills. Family vacations have been
cancelled to keep Allie comfortable. My
parents missed my college graduation
because Allie was nervous about fitting
into the airline seat.
If I outperformed her academically,
my parents asked me to downplay my
success so Allie wouldn't feel bad.
When I got engaged, my mother asked
me to skip the engagement party and
shower because those things "make Allie
anxious."
I lost 190 pounds for health reasons.
Allie makes nasty comments, saying I'm
only having a wedding to show off my
new body. I bent over backward to find
Allie a flattering plus-size maid-of-honor
dress and was so thrilled when she finally
found one she liked that I bought it f6r
her, even though it was twice the cost of
my wedding dress.. Now she's decided
she hates the dress, and she told the
entire bridal party that I'm a Bridezilla,
while I'm stressing myself out to make
sure she feels comfortable.
Allie has picked fights with my new
in-laws and caused two bridesmaids to
back out of the wedding. Last week, my
mother bawled me out for being "domi-
neering" and said I should "consider
Allie's feelings."
Annie, I have been considering Allie's
feelings since I was 10. My heart breaks
for what happened to Allie, but can't
I have just one day where people are
thinking about me?
I've suggested family counseling, but
they refuse to go. How do I make my
parents realize that I'm riot the bad guy


Bridge

This deal from a social game featured two
doubles with different meanings. What do you
think of the auction? What happened to one
spade doubled, West leading her singleton
heart?
After East opened one heart, South made
a modem-style takeout double with 4-3-3-3
distribution and minimum point-count. This
was a poor choice, especially as partner was a 4
passed hand.
.West redoubled to show 10-plus points and A
fewer than four hearts. Now East-West had to
buy the contract or double North-South for
penalty.
North, with nowhere to turn, passed, and
South ran to one spade. (One heart redoubled
would have made with two overtricks on best
defense, for a score of 920.) West was tempted
to rebid two clubs, but with two spade honors,
she decided to give partner a chance to de-
scribe his hand. East doubled, guaranteeing
four spades, and that was passed out.
West led her singleton. East won with his jack
and shifted to his singleton. South rose with
his ace and played a trump. West took her ace,
cashed the club king, and gave her partner a
club ruff. East took two top hearts and led his
last high heart, West overruffing declare.
East-West still had to collect one diamond
and one spade for down three, a score of 500.
That was better than 400 for three no-trump by
West, the only makable game.


in this situation?


- NORMAL SISTER


Dear Normal: It is not too late for Allie
to get psychological help, and she could
surely use it.
Your parents are doing her no favors by
coddling her into total dependence out
of guilt and sympathy. This encourages
her to remain a victim of her past. Other
than canceling the entire wedding, you
will never please them, so stop bending
over backward.
Express sympathy and then ignore
their demands.

Dear Annie: My wife and I just cel-
ebrated our 10th wedding anniversary.
We have two beautiful boys. We've known
each other since we were teenagers.
I find myself thinking about What type
of husband and father I have been. I
am a police officer, and with this career
comes a list of special stressors. I know
that I never have been as romantic as my
wife would like.
My wife does the majority of house-
work, laundry and child rearing. While
I play with my boys, my wife is doing
housework. When I tuck the boys into
bed, she is doing the laundry or making
lunches for kids.
Even though I am not outwardly as
affectionate as I should be, not a minute
passes without my wanting my wife and
kids to be happy, healthy and safe. My
wife has put up with all of my shortcom-
ings and the stress that I have surely put
on her.
I just wanted the chance to say that
even though it may look like I don't no-
tice everything she does, I do. I appreci-
ate the love she gives me, even when my
hard-nosed attitude makes her ill.
Happy 10th anniversary, Charlotte, and
I.promise to keep trying to be more if you
promise to stick around for the rest of
my life.
EMPTY HEAD, FULL HEART

Dear Husband: You sound like a keeper.
Happy anniversary.


CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
"NBAR PZH BHOYAAO NABHMP PA PZH

FSTN MPB H X R YX PH B M / PZCM TX DO

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Previous Solution: "California lacks a lot of the rules and restrictions the East
has&..! there's a lot of craziness out there." Parker Stevenson
TODAY'S CLUE: 1 slenbe .L
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CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
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Previous Solution: "From the redwood forest to the Gulf Stream waters / This
land was made for you and me." Woody Guthrie
TODAY'S CLUE: 8 Slenbe I
2012 by NEA, Inc., dist. by Universal Uclick 7-16


Annie's Mailbox


- total length (in miles)
of wires found in one
Boeing 747-400.


Horoscopes

CANCER (June 21-July
22) Unbeknownst to
you, there is likely to be a
lot of activity stirring be-
hind the scenes on your
behalf.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
-. An old friend might
offer to pair you with
someone who could be of
enormous help in an en-
deavor that you're trying
to launch.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.22)
Listen attentively when
someone wants to tell you
his or her thoughts about
making improvements on
something meaningful.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
Something that you've
learned the hard way
from a past experience
is likely to prove to be of
value in keeping you from.
harm's way.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
22) Don't be resistant to
changes taking place over
which you have little or
no control.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-
Dec. 21) Find out what
your mate has to say be-
fore seeking counsel from
friends and associates.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-
.Jan. 19) Because you're
likely to be imaginative
as well as practical, your
chances for having a suc-
cessful day are excellent.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-
Feb. 19) Some major
changes socially are in
the wings, waiting to be
released to create some
fun happenings..
PISCES (Feb. 20-March
20) A new opportunity
of substantial proportions
will manifest through an
individual with whom
you've shared success.
ARIES (March 21-April
19) Do not discount
any urges you get .to do
something different.
TAURUS (April 20-May
20) You're in a cycle
at present where most
things in which you
want to engage will be
financially feasible.
GEMINI (May 21-June
20) Don't be surprised
if you start to notice that
you suddenly have a
stronger influence over
your friends than usual.

World
Almanac
Today is the 197th day
of 2012 and the 26th day
of summer.
TODAY'S HISTORY: In
1916, William Boeing in-
corporated Pacific Aero
Products, later named the
Boeing Co.
In 1971, President Rich-
ard Nixon announced his
intent to visit 'China in
search of a "normaliza-
tion of relations."
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
Rembrandt van Rijn
(1606-1669), painter;
Clement Clarke Moore
(1779-1863), author/
poet; St. Francesca Xavi-
er Cabrini (1850-1917),
founder of charitable*
religious order; Linda
Ronstadt (1946-), singer/
songwriter;.Arianna Huff-
ington (1950- ), Internet
publisher; Jesse Ventura
(1951- ), wrestler/former
governor; Terry O'Quinn
(1952- ), actor; Forest
Whitaker (1961-), actor.
TODAY'S FACT. Clem-
ent Clarke Moore named
his most famous poem "A
Visit From St. Nicholas,"
but it is widely known by
its first'line, "'Twas tfhe
Night Before Christmas."
TODAY'S QUOTE: "What
we have done is broken
the ice. Now we have to
test the water to see how
deep it is." Richard
Nixon
TODAY'S NUMBER: 171


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two punch for a show on the brink of an adolescent
identity crisis. Lopez will not be back for a third
year on television's top-rated but struggling show,
her representative, Mark Young, said Friday. Aero-
smith frontman Steven Tyler announced Thursday
he was exiting. That means the "Idol" panel is
down to one, original judge Randy Jackson, and
there are reports that he may take a differenfrole
when the Fox show returns next January.
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Table $25 850-209-7489
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PROGRESSIVE CARE /
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2BR 2BA House in town, fenced in back yard,
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water/sewer/yard maint. incl. $550 No pets.
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Deep commercial Well. Clean with good
timber Pine and Oak. Road frontage two
sides. Assessment $180,000, SELL $160,000
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For Sale Or Rent, Brick Home with 29 Acres
3/2 Between Chattachoochee and Bainbridge,
Security System, Dish TV, Electric hookup for
Camper, For Rent $1200/mo or Sale $215,900
850-509-1486
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Fixer Upper home located in the City of
Newville. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Living room
(could be used as 3rd bedroom), Dining
room, Den, Inside Laundry, Pantry, Large
wrap around front porch, Outside storage
with electricity, 1 acre lot perfect for
gardening. Four inch well, plus city water.
Central heat and air.






Waterfront lot on Merrit's Mill Pon
near Blue Springs In exclusive W.Sptg
neighborhood. 1.47AC. Marlana. -
$119,000. Call 8SO-386-64786 .







Polaris '10 Ranger 800 Crew ATV,
Has Front and Back Seat. Camouflage,
One-Owner, 275 hours, Service Maintained
Has Poly windshield, Ranger Rooftop,
Good Condition $10,500 334-355-1426


Boat- 97 Ranger R80 Sport Bass Boat; Red and
h ilver, 18'. Mercury 150 X R6 that runs great,
lots of gadgets, custom boat and outboard ,cov-
er, custom matched trailer, brand new trailer
tires, stainless steal prop, dual onboard battery
charger. More pics are available. $10,000.
Make an offer, serious inquiries only. 334-432-
3588
Crownline '03 20ft. Bowrider, good condition,
169 hours, $15,500. 334-714-0770.

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CAMPER '03 Flagstaff pop-up, 1 slide out, AC,
3 way refrigerator, sleeps 8,
LIKE NEW $5000. FIRM 334-588-2495
Travel Trailer# 1999, 26ft Dutchmen Lite .good
condition, sleeps 6, appliances all work, heater
peeds ignighter rod, floor may need some
small repair, $4250 850-447-0085/447-1368

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2003 MAZDA MIATA Red 5-Speed convertible
68,000 miles great gas mileage, fun car, $7,500,
334-405-7402 anytime
r -, -. .":^'-" BMW '08 335X1:
11 wheel drive, sport pack-
;age, 18" wheels 3.0 liter
.iIlnline 6 twin turbo, 6 spd.
S obo. Call manual. Black, tan leather.
$32,000 obo. Call 3201249-6194

DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE? GOT BAD CREDIT? *
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Repos, Slow Credit, Past Bankruptcy OK!
Push, Pull or Drag, Will Trade AnythingI
First Payment 30 Days Out!
RIDE TODAY! Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550
Ford 03' Thunderbird, Baby Blue, hard top'con-
Wertibie, AM/FM CD, all electric, air bags, road
pide assistance, excellent cond. $18,500 850-
482-8684/305-495-6059
Ford '07 Focus SE, 2 door
hatchback, 36,000 miles,
Automatic, clean, cold
', air, wholesale, $6995. Call:
334-790-7959.
Honda 2006 Odyssey Van Silver ext., gray int.;
101,000 mi; 6 cyl, tires less than one yr old,
power doors, locks & windows, cruise control,
A/C, anti-lock brakes, DVD w/2 wireless head-
sets, dual front airbags, rear defrost, rear wip-
er, steering wheel controls, tinted windows,
traction/stability control, 3rd row seat, excel-
lent condition. $12,500; 334-805-0719
Lexts '05 ES330 1-owner, low mileage,
great condition, white in color, 4-door, moon
roof $15,000. 334-797-2888. '
S--, 7".! Mercury '06 Grand
Marquis GS, Excellent
Condition, 84,711 mi.,
J LOADED, All Power,
Champaign iri color.
$8500 334-588-2125
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Toyota 2005 Camry White edition, with
109,000 miles. The vehicle is in very good con-
dition and is listed below the Kelly Blue Book
Value. Please call or text 205-602-8807 or 205--
394-5326. $8,500


4 Harley Davidsop'08 Soft Tall Custom
black In color 4,800 ml. Vances & Hines Pro
pipe, High Performance filters, new battery,
C lowering kit, 4-helments, Racing Tuner
asking $11,000. 334-701-6968.
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Chevrolet '07 Tahoe: Fabulous deal on the ulti-
mate SUV! Burgandy red with tan leather inte-
rior, Captains seats second row, 3rd row seat-
ing, Bose sound w/ MP3 adapter, rubber floor
mats. One owner. 11"7000 miles. Has never had
any mechanical issues, runs like a dream
$17,800. 703-895-8110 or 334-406-3046. Can be
seen at the Ft. Rucker Lemon Lot.
Toyota, '11 Venza,
One owner, Excellent
Condition,Silver Metallic,
push button start,
4-cylinder, 6-speed, side air bags, 19" alloy
wheels, 15K Miles, $24,000 334-984-0080


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
Chevrolet '06 Z71 Silverado:'Silver, fully Loaded
with leather and power everything, 81k miles.
Everything in Great Shape! $19,000. OBO. Call
334-798-3352
34-7 Ford '06 F-15 0, FX4
Super Crew, 4-doors, 66k
Miles, Leather, 6-disc CD,
Nerf Bars, Silver in color,
20" Rims $20,000 OBO
334-897-0582
Ford 79 F700: Boom Truck. Can be used for
septic tanks and more. Asking $3,850.
Call 334-726-4661 or 334-886-9003
Toyota '07 Tacoma Crew Cab Pre Runner, V6,
SR5, w/ 53kk miles, 1 owner, garage kept,
leather & tow pkg. topper incl., full power,
$17,500 850-482-8700
VOLVO 2007 670. RED,
625,000 MILES. VERY CLEAN.
ASKING $32,000. SERIOUS
INQUIRIES ONLY.
CONTACT 850-819-6718 or
BIGDADDYRABBIT69@YAHOO.COM


Plymouth '99 Grand Voy-
ager SE Van, 3rd seat,
88,000 miles, excellent,
cold air, $4395.Ca11:
334-790-7959.



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LF15821
NOTICE OF ELECTION
The City of Jacob City, Florida shall hold an
election on August 28, 2012 for Council Seats 1,
2, and 3. The qualifying time will start July 16,
2012 at 8 a.m. and close on July 26, 2012 at 4:30
p.m. Candidates can qualify during office hours
Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
The poll will open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Au-
gust 28, 2012 at Jacob City Hall.
Verloria T. Wilson City Clerk


LF15823
INVITATION FOR AUDIT BIDS
Bids will be received by the Jackson County De-.
velopment Council, Inc., Marianna, Florida, un-
til July 27, 2012 at 2:00 p.m CDT in the office of
the Jackson County Development Council at
2840 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida, at
which time and place all proposals received
will be publicly opened and reviewed according
to the JCDC's Procurement Policy Procedures
for:
AUDITING SERVICES FOR TWO AUDITS: ONE
FOR FISCAL YEARS ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 OF
THE YEARS 2006,2007,2008,2009,2010, AND
2011 COMBINED; and ONE FOR THE YEAR END-
ING SEPTEMBER 30,2012.
All proposals should include, in addition to the
audit procedures for all grant funding pro-
grams, any general ledger adjusting entries


SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES
4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891
Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER .

Ed McCoy, Realtor
Cell-(850) 573-6198
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MLS 247156 S35,000.

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that may be required to update year-end bal- '
ance sheet and income statements for each au-
dit year involved. Auditors must submit a copy
of their latest peer review arid must otherwise
be qualified to engage in audits of federal fi-
nancial assistance programs. Thorough knowl-
edge of Peachtree accounting systems is re-
quired.
Jackson County Development Council, Inc.
BY:/s/ Bill Stanton
Executive Director
P.O. Box 920
Marianna, Florida 32447
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SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES
4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna,. FL 32446
(850) 526-2891
Each Office Is In dependently Owned and Operated
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER


SPACIOUS BRICK/CB 3 BR, FORMAL LIVING/
DINING ROOMS, LARGE KITCHEN, DEN, OFFICE
AND A LARGE SCREENED PORCH AND MORE. ALL
LOCATED ON 1.49 ACRES. MLS 246302 $87,900.
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47043 $59,900
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IMMACUILAIE BRICK HOME ON LOVELY
LANDSCAPED YARD. SPLIT BEDROOM DESIGN,
NEW BAMBOO & TILE FLOORING PLUS MORE
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR UPDATES. SCREENED
BACK PORCH/FLORIDA ROOM TO SIT, ENJOY THE
GREAT FENCED BACK YARD. MLS 247126 $174,900




REDUCTION!!! VERY NICE BRICK HOME LOCATED ON
1.73 ACRES. FEATURES MANY UPDAI'ES, -LIVING ROOM
WITI FIREPLACE, LARGE SUNROOM. NEW CERAMIC
TILE, LAMINATE FLOORING AND MORE. SPACIOUS YARD
WITH STORAGE SHED WITlI LEAN-I'O AND STILL HAVE
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REDUCTION!! IARGliI HOUSE WITlH OPEN ROOMS.
SPIRAL STAIRCASE TO lOFI, OPEN PORCH & ENCLOSED-
COVERED KIDNEY SHAPED POOl,. LARGE (SX) SF, BARN
WITI I STALLS/TACK ROOM. A 310)0 SQ.T. BUI11DING & 14(0
SQ. I. BARN, ROUND PENS & SMALl. POND. PREVIOUSLY
A WORKING RANCII, MLS 247059 $249,900.







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Tim & Patsy Sapp Tim & Patsy Sapp REAL ESTATE
Broker Ownerealtor, Broker Ownerjlealtor, 5035 Hw y 90 since
Licensed Agent Licensed Agent L 32446 974
Call Us For All Your Call Us For All Your Marianna FL 32446 MLS.
Real Estate Needs Real Estate Needs
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Spc..oo, mo.. us 4 BR 2.5 BA, JIM ROBERTS REALTY
is., f ,.,' 0a *, hm ,... space, partially ServingJackson & surrotinding counties since 1974
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screened in back patio, newer dimensional shingle room, chain link backyard, r...... t, :, ready to move Sta Be es 850-573-1990 Office 850-482-4635
pecan trees, 4 miles out of town, paved road frontage. Into. Excellent location for family home, small business, or combo. Land has an Email: robbyrobertsl2@gmail.com
Price: $122,900 MLS 243985 extra septic tank and power pole. Large insulated storage building with A/C and pREDUCED $1091E0d lrn ntl o wner andr1 nratd mom r
a half bath. Great potential with this property. Room for several mobile home GREEN' MEADOWS An independently owned and operated member
Sbiislncl.sethFldCansGandgatroo it l ing pSubdivision located in of the Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc.
Th14ftelngsnfoyerargedngoomgasireplaceargektcenwithplenty & vinyl Flooring. MLS 2472 CALL CR Just off Hwy
enjoyment landsCom outside 90 & Bump Nose Road 2
this 4B3IS A MUST SEE HOME! privacy fence a, office, split on a well maintained 2 acre storage building Make an his home is ready toHome on 5 acres, 2 garages,
move insli This home
Call or an appointment today! LS247080 53 acres in$29,900 idgecrst,, i .. plan3 BR 2 veredBA with pad, 3B 2.5
Su~bdivisonclosetheFloridaCaverns, Grand groat reomwith 12litttrayed ceiling, ,,k.n,. i~s,=,,,,,, n pprvapx 1258 sq huninder aor I Car garage and Concre dri y. EnergyMLS 666



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i pier.nll o tsnu dwshome locateddin Alford
Style r r o.... en a paved street.
baul ,iulr, l oir a,n.l rn Home is a 3 bedroom
Skiing, split bedroom design large bedrood,%1 W A, ENTER YOUR DREAM HOME... Executive Home sitting on 4 acres
Yeriir ,,hl anm ,',r r,e1,rree, screened in front porch with a closed in side porch, storage with a privacy setting! Perfect for Entertaining with over 3100 sq ft.
trr, 0r,,, ,a,,,: ,L,,:, ,,,r o,,,,, ,r,,.,, hrr.ire darn0 building, carott, aI on 6 city lots, home has metal roof, with low Spacious kitchenowith breakfast bar & Electrolux touch screen cook rp.
salt watersystem pool. Verylowmaintain on the pool, newer linerstorage*shed, ut 4 Pbills. activated Seller. Owner Financing. Bring All Offers! Livingru boasssarrayceiingthatis A2 f hgh, w irhbiinbook shelvs! Bank owned New Construction, 3BR/2BA, 2266 sq ft,
very convenient to tows and located in Dogwood Heights. Make an appointments MLS 244457 Price $59,900 Crown Molding on the 9 ft ceilings! 4 BR 3 BA has a split bedroom plan,
very conve n iand 0ogwo ig eanappowith 2 master bedrooms. Muster Suite has large bathroom with garden tub 2 car garage, located close to Marianna High School
today! MIS# 247001 Price a $1.90 and French Sliding doors leading to ppol area. Amazing Pool/Patio Lanai
with a cabana bath. 27x19 patio that you can relax on while the kids play
Location Location Location!l in the heated pool or Spa. Let the kids play in the Large Family nn! 2
S Like new, this ceIo^mpletety OnHWY90 West.this 10,00 car detached garage with plenty or storage! Call today for your exclusive
modeled in 2006, well sqftbuildingnowavadilable. showing!MLS#246860 CALSTACYIORGFS(850n573-199e
maintained home, 3 br, Paved parking, with extra ASKING 564,900PRI N C O e ML 4993
2 BA. nice yard, easy unpaved parking area, a .350Hwy 73 South.
maintenance home, with 9,500 sq ft h/c, 3 phase electric, currently being used as a Church, executive t.,: is caorrently a day
rn vinyl siding, metal roof, big hi l n nIr w. es
ront porch, beautiful flowers, large kitchen/breakfast area, separate dining, offices, kitchenfully functional building throughout, recently repainted with The bu Country living, 3BR/1 Full Bath, 2 Half Bath, 1731 sf,
payments should be cheaper than rent. Make an appointment to see this iome eye appeal. Excellent location for another church, business or businesses. r*.* frontage.... Please 1.73 acres, outbuildings, Graceville/Cottondale area
today. Bring All Offers! Now Only Price: $89,000 MLSt 243881 Price: $9,000 MS111244309 ".1 not speak to tenant,
tListingagent for
Waterfront Property on Call CRESH IIARRISON 850-M42-1700
Chipola River! Beautiful 3.5 REDUCED $44,500
acres with a cedar home, 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, with an COMPASS LAKE IN THE HILLS: GREAT ST cARTER MLS244195
open kitchen, bar, fireplace, 1 acre High and Dry. $10,000 MLS# 239499 .of. Bimuntstowin. Cozy
large master bedroom,erec.m3/i. appros 1883 sq fil
room, in gmurd poel with MARIANNA: 3L c ate o 1c8elt!
newr liner, and pump, and newer roof. Beautiful frontage on Chipola River. 4 separate building lots. .30 acres. $15,000 a lot Home needs me TLC The Oaks Subdivision 4BR/2BA, 2624 sq ft, fireplace,
Home does not require flood insurance. Price: $159,000 MI.S24637 MLS#245509-245512 but can be perfect house wet bar, inground pool, fenced yard
WiTaMU M Nice 20 acre vacant tract. Half cleared & half wooded, enclosed toa.family nrom. Inside utility room, 'aOudd rooar sitrng
ur ana! ] Car carport off back of home! Being sold "AS-IS". Singlewide
BeiaualI L .erte Hu.re $65,000 MLS#246140 mobile home on property with a separate address. Mobile home may have
oca a" t- Excellent Location! Close to Marino but convey withthe sal l for your personal showing
1`n1,0 -,,1,,1 rr al'er roust Marianna today! MLS #246312.CallCrsht Harrlison orStacv Barges
S,,,i,,a,, uld.',u.,, au.i.r 3.9 acre mostly cleared. $17,300 MLS# 2.45711 LOCATION... OCAB ON ... 00,1ooo MLS#244437
mom upstairs cs ad b ,r tii:r isenrg 10 acresaflima a
bedroom design, large bonus room upstairs could be a den/additional bedroom/ $40, e Ts
mancave. Open airdesign great roomgives large feeling. Large masterbedrooem 10 acres MB i a for home sites! Compass Lake in the Hills. Great for family 4BR/3BA,
with his and her walk-in closet, equisite bathroom with separate shower and 2926 sq ft built in 2002, 1.22 acres, fenced backyard
acuzzi. Landscaped yard with back open air deck. Make your appointment $40,02926 sq ft, built in 2002,1.22 acres, fenced backyard
today! Motivated Seller! MLS# 247083 Price $289,000 20 acres l d se to Marianna!
. 5 9 arit mints f BRICK EXECUTIVE HOME IN WATSON HEIGHTS Hemr is your
Souc..ri Living but close to 5.9acres minutes of chance to grab this Huge Home! All the rooms you are looking for... 5
I-,,n Inviting 3/2.5 with Mara BR. 5.5 BA, 2 offices. large family room overlooking the in ground pool!
*plat s bedroom design all All brickexterior has a porch a=rajust waiting for your pool panties! The M LS #2 111
on 7.15 acres, gheat room Great farm land/home site on 48 acres. kitchen has plenty of cabinet space and center island. The 30X24 family
with rock faced fireplace, $141,000 MLS# 242525 room has a wood buying fireplace and a greta bar area! Eer, bedroom
Wain this home has a walk.in closet and its own bath! The below grade Cmp
large kitchen with plenty of GREENWOOD: office has the built in cabinets you dream about The master bedroom as 36.58 acres includes Compass Lake in the Hills
cabinets, open dining area for fun family times around the diner table, large
covered back porch, 3 car garage, multiple large storage buildings for boat, Nice secluded 20 acre tract. $50,000 MLS# 246267 wood bu g fireplace d X balcony orlooking e p Theamenities, 3BR/2BA, mobile built in 1995
vehicles, etc. Fenced and crossed fenced, bring the horses! Home is located CAMPBELLTON: #247105 CAI.L STACY aBORES OR ('CRESH I ARRISON
on a paved road just minutes to shopping, eating, lodging, 1-10, and CAMBETON 4710 S A oR SORRsHHRRSON
Marianna. Make an appointment today! MIS# 247092 Price: $183,000 Private 15.5 acres. $62,900 MLS# 246640 REDUCED TO $139.900 0 PRIC EDWAYBELOW
GRACEVILLE: MlRKET VALUE!!
ifM Nice and private 80'acre tract. $212,500 t the Perfectrtime
WOW, what a value! home MLS# 245661 C AGo- T opportunity and
has been well-maintained own your own home in North Oaks Subdivision. Nice 3 BR 2 BA with plan,
and has many nicefeatures aan omce or 4th bedroom with over 1700sq ft! Enjoy the summer days NOW Construction, 3BR/2BA split floor plan, high
such ,as large bedrooms Country living but in thebelo ground pool with plenty om left in the privacy fenced ceilings, custom kitchen cabinets, all appliances, 2 car
w w n s aClosntoy eal i llngbackyard! 2 Car garage, LARGE utility room with storage cabinets. Enjoy
with walk-inclosets, argeclose to town. You will a focaingin front of thewod burning fireplace. Call today garage, A/C, Kynesville. Seller will pay $3000 towards
beautiful fireplace! PLUS, mobile homehas pantry in kitchen ,& a find this 3bdrm/2,8a, because this home is going to SELL fast.. MIS #245253 CALL STACY buyers closing cost
eautifu feplae PLUS, mobile home has'a beautiful addition built onto it s Glit bedroom desgn, B rcr bReyt a 1 *aa
with A large bedroom, very nice ceramic tile shower/bath and a large dining split bedroom design, N Dnrs._r PRIoN
room/family room Must see to appreciate! MLS# 24887 Price: $49,900 with. hardwood floors INDLAN SPRINGS HOME U O5W --0
9]BB C i! E S S & ceramic tile inviting. Built in 1920, enjoy the nostalgic feeling OF 1HIS G.RE .T
e of this historic home, all on I acre. Seller allowing 5,000 towards PRICED HOME
LAke. 225 fe a buyers closing cost or updates. Motivated Seller! Bring All Offers! ini. -10' B rB....-u MLS#246519
R RN! on CQmpass Price: $105,000 MIS#244572 .,.".,.', l 11 ,v..
Lake. 225 feet frontage with: Pcar garage on a I acre fenced lot. Tile flooring thru out except BRs.
!i beautiful lake view! 3/20W N I Kitchen has been completely remodeled with a center island antdc
large screened front porch custom made pantry! Split Bedroom plan with a large living room Surrounded by Farms and woods, 3BR/2BA 1548 sq
wlahrge side porch. Dock LOCATION LOCATION for entertaining. Wood burning fireplace will keep you wamin in the ft, built int 1998, 2.4 acres, Greenwood/Marianna
ew/boat house. Separate LOCATION. Commercial winter! MiS#247121 CALL STAfc BORGF' S SSf-573-1990
storage building w/enclosed utility room & boat storage. Boat ramp. Great lake ILo on HWY 71 te S#24712
forfishing, skiing, all types of water sports! Bring All Offers! Close to Panama and Blue Springs Rd REDUCED S244.500
City Beaches and Mall Price: $194,000 MLS# 214521 4 ,:ornrir tj 3 r:mnercral

csIo k lill f l hunter, warehouse space, all on 8.19 acres. This not only has MLS#246675

Bacresustutofreewood l an appointment today l iLS# 247o93Price: $725,000 COUNTRY HOME IN COMPASS LAKE IN THE HILLS! Nestled 100 nW. Updated Victorian home built in
still looks new. Living room, large open living room with gas rmote fireplace & a back porch to relax 1912, 3BR/2BA, 2450 sq ft, new A/C windows,
- great room, dining room, Instantly Appealing 3 on. Also a 48X36 pole ban] to fit all your vehicles and also has a 30 amp
doInstantly Appealing, 3 plug for ,our RV. 24X24 pavilion t ita bus a bo t tub d plenty of paly insulation, paint, electric, metal roof, Malone
double glass doors going out to the back patio, above ground pool, concrete BR 2 BA is located with space. Yard is coarplretly fen'ead d cross fenced for your horses. Born"
drivewaywithextralargeparkingpad, landscapedyard.Makeanappointment nt conveielcte t o space. Yar is comsletly lenced & ro s r encd for yourehorses. Bamre
today! Price: $139,000 MLS# 24620 convenience to everything, has4horsestals, w.Vhplentyofroom fqrstoragc."Westerm themedarea | aon b has pta oh t k l ou
todayl-tiflmi__d_ Prtt $139,000 ist1246200 everything, namunid baor has a separs-e builciing for half baltb,(ack room, bunk house
e with beds, & a saloon that has a Iar with heachets, fridge and microwave.
theSlfloors, spacious great room, Picnic/fir pit area as well. Please call for thadditional fact sheet & do..
kitchen and dining room, large bedrooms and large baths, big utility room all the pictures to nnd our whu't else this BEAUTY has to offer. MLS MLS_246710
'Sn.. ,. }-,ba beA W .Ir, new bathroom fixtures, new heat pump Installed recently, two car garage *."'4 d, r' 1 I \l s\( \ Ir .I .nit 3.1nr'.' M 4
'at re. di.n ...r. ,.T, landscapedyard, largechain linked fenced backyard with privacy fence: COs( |C.1B THIS AO .Mii. 0 UOROR H|ANUFACTURED
innw ,,Uhi h- ib "e ,' to new high school, state park, airport, roceratlonal park and sq much more ilOME ON 5 ACRES
rr,,I,,,1,1." i ,,r ,ti, Make an appointment to see today! Price: $165,000 MLS# 246726 IN CAMPBELLTON! Merritts Mill Pond Waterfront, 2 Houses 3BR/2BA
..,, a|,.,, .......P *i Lge 4BR/11112BA office 2238 sq ft & 1BR/1BA 1200 sq ft
Iuniri iorm irrr. ,i,-5.rbr.t it master bedroom!r
i needed newc feloing. MUSaSEE, P wRICE TOSEL of, "t Secluded on 40 acres sets Large living area with separate family room & wood bunting fireplace! Stone fireplace, boat dock, sIts on waters edge
this beautiful 6B/4BA under Kitchen has lots of cabinet spacer MB ins large savlk thru closet, gansfer'
Price: $115,900 MLS# 246805 I 2 roofs, facing a beautiful tub with jets, & ad ofice or nu'rsery! Benurllif roofed screened front
private ke. Home 3 septicc tanks. Additional septic & we is sufficient for up to4 campers.
.,,,. everyday at this bedroom, master bath including jacozzi, separate shower, 2 targe walk-In M1.S#246901
f lSIfer Lakeview home, closets, 2 additional large bedrooms, a chefs delight kitchen, pantry, in NEW ON MARIE I $19900 |O/S HOME IN MLS#24 01
ivTtflf BI- l L ,,.rs: ; with 3 bedrooms 2 hquse sprinkler system, large screened-in entertaining porch facing the lake. 11 LOC
hEbath. gas fireplace, shaw Breezoway leads to the 3,tory3 car garage with 3 br 2 b with office space and "i... rI summer rrnyhts
laminate flooring, tile, fell kitchen, dock, stocked lake with gorgeous view, if you want serenity and.....................................an tire frornt
surround sound, a large privacy look no futher MLS# 247153 PrIce: $729,000
open IMng area, plenty of kitchen cabinets, newer appliances, landscaped . i, 1539 sqr r ft, like new throughout, energy efficient,
picnic area, outside sower, landscaped yard with Irrigation, quite and private : iI nii Cal 2 car carport 53 acr
This iS a MUST see! MLSt 246896 Pricer 269,000 Gorgeoou s 3BR/3.5BA ai I ir minsto is a c a hy.n rIre lthe perl h 'allecl nouH!Cr&1 tsotay helrfclar
located 05 5.4 acres, aust yont ltr thrr isinrpasone assrur ry.,. rIt.S#247032 CA, ST' OR(S
n eof Malone on HWY 2. ALFORD STARTER HlOME
[]5E)x ]li^ l l'Beautifully situated with StI > .. ML#2464M
Vr r ,)t tm iv, h,,T,, :. I ,b,'-: 1 t paved cirle drive, la rge oaks, la ndscaped yard split bed ro om design, la rge M L S # 2 4 69,
,:,',,irer ,I r ri,11 foyer with nice staircasea, 20 foot ceilings that gives you the feelingof a grand ,1, ,, ,
hu^HiB^^^I^H~iM H ~ huinOr a my ri 'I' i lbome, great eoom, big kitchen with corian countertops, with dining area and '' U t B2fm
Sr vlrer.1..rir:1ur *I' r' ik'n den.'2 additional bedrooms upstairs with office spaceand separate bathrooms, .. .. . Updated3BR/2BA,1856 qftfamily room w/
I. .r. Al ., .,, ,,, .. plenty'of storage space, 2 car grage with extra space, new pole barnfenced fk ,, .M
1, db 5,,JIn ren.-.drl.c ..... re, b.,, o, ... ... ,o s............. . .. ... ..... r '. f ireolace big kitchen, fenced back yard, Maranna


roof. A detached storage building. A great buy @ only $52,900. Show anytime. i t t "irt_ t i i, r.
Price: $52,900 MLS 245375 to SELL fast.. (A AI I--. I -- .1 O. I
i.0 '?GorgeousgN& rON N1 Al I I LOCATED IN THE
S -I ii, l ifl] wlu ll Gorgeous stucco home with CITY LIMI]TS OF"
ENJ i.iri, il Ailj fJI. 9, 10, and 13 foot ceilings, c COrrONDIALE. Nice
.MIN !3B3e12bA a, ,, 48R/3BA, 2 car garage, sI bedroom, 2 bath home MLS#247145
wool ma ,,, a,, ,,, ,,, granite countertops, marble vir h lots of closet space!
i,',,., Ii 1 a A. showers, hardwood floors, Almost 1600 sq ft with a
Sincrown molding throughout large faniy room. 12X I3
home well maintained, beautiful Blue Springs area, in ground fiberglass salt screened side porch to ais o 2 car carport in the encc lot! Large onk Waterfront Merritts Mill Pond. Custom 3BR/2BA
r. milul ,:-d I .. ,r ..h',r, I, , o h scren Inclsune sprinklrsystem Ii tle yrd 3040 'po barn wi live i ti rnyad provides lots of shad There is a ie in ti ear tha n 2651 sq ft, 1.85 natural acres on the water
li.r r,i rn .d .:ls'.illib,., MAoE t I'ir Etir, i AtrIPrice, workshop,rallno 3.73 acres, cenE iot. MOTIVATED SELLER! BRING ALL OFFERS! 1',.,r .. ro..,,ri ,, ] .... .........F.,i" .rfnrryourfminyoca s todayforin
$144.,00 MLS# 246461 MLS#246954 Price:$324,900 .,. ........ .... ....', s i I t iOR['RE ;S 573-21 )
minii,,-em(2005)! 3l1/ BASCOM DWMH $24,890 PERFECT GETAWAY
,,ai,,,,r Home, in this. .0 rnt, large upstairs tieiM1,. wen Hear it
nir ,;ni Grenowoad, FLe fi,,pn .......n. ...grI is Imlaculate.is... away
A o minutes uat of L ti,:,llngs hifoyere putting your boat MLS#247205
Mir..i,.. 25 minutes to ,I r,.n,,omrdwod loe wWMi has it I all!! n3/2
Lti.ii., Ai1. Beautiful well w"d....om design withl ih approx 140(1 sq rt
,, h'...Jna 38R, 1.5BA, e sie a id oil I air.' iThere is soin much to older her.. Relax oin thle Cowered 21x12 Custom e 106 acres in Maiaa Hand planed
hardod, tile, nd c pet largo master bath. Landscaped and Irrigated yard, enclosed screened and Back deck ior the 15x9 covered frit porch! Then e is ia 1412 Storage Custom home on 106 acres In Marianna. Hand planned,
floor, fireplace, living room, den, new vinyl siding, bigoenced back yard,rarge insulated roof covers the pack porch, lust right for entertaining. Located In building, a 12xl2 S ragi Shed iandi a t30l amrn thia h i t hand some golden teak hardwood flooring, custom hickory cabinets,
storage building, 4 large fig trees, etc. This is a MUST see home! Make an beautiful Spring Chase. Convenient to shopping, hospitals, restaurants and weent uplnae lThenr i an attached tilnot amid anther side deck, stoe fireplace, 3BR/2BA, bonus room. 2715 sq ft, built in
appointment today! Price:$119,900 MLS#246788 schools. This is a MUST see! Make your appointment today! MLS# 247079 Peaceuli eting o ninrsio # cinri li124end I o,Ia! Calmolay RSbei r nldi 2007 24X48 metal building finished out with A/C
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Affttn t.. 3 bedrooms, 1 mI.. II'r 5. hlle! 1.40 imS$65, 000 Sankiholees
I i ot. rick home on a .Ih',rn:, .lnnt:,b)ile "20,64Ares$4,990 90Weti -tlerm
I.'- ..teet, with chained home i ll the0.60k 90,00MLS#247206
n h, storage building, ,rr, ,-ri; t ,ut,-in 1.35k $19,900 Bripolielhib *3.00l e $8e,500laDpit dMa/s ub.
ii i, 'bade, new roof, p tr, l, r.,tpt, i t rrge ul135AN$90ile (rwklub *3.00AnesSB8,500lndctSpe M.
large laundry room, nice *01.13 AsS$38,500 In niansSub ai19.117Ares$59,000 wy901E
sized bedrooms big family room, large Florida room MOTIVATED SELLER! MLS# living/dining room, lots of storage, etc. Furniture and large shed are *,94kI 5500a1n6hit *.0Aes $49,500-PehndeRd Starter home, 2 or 3BR/1BA, 1476 sq ft.
248786Price:J89,00 negotiable Minutes frm Marianna. Mustseetonappreciate! Price: 4lhtshtla rr *2350to$99,900t9 Hardwood floors, C/E H&C Marlanna





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