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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
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates: 30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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Dispatchers ready to




use new equipment


'Sentinel' pinpoints
emergency calls ,
Google Earth-style

BY LAUREN DELGADO
Idelgado@jcfloridan.com

This week, 911 dispatchers at the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office will
have an additional tool to help them
give responding personnel a clear-
er picture. of whatever emergency


situation they're headed into.
The first, a phone and computer
system called Sentinel, allows dis-
patchers to pinpoint where an emer-
gency call is being made, Google
Earth-style. With about 70 percent
of 911 calls being made from cell
phones, this is a big help for dis-
patchers, said Jackson County
Sheriff Lou Roberts.
The system gives dispatchers an
aerial view of the surroundings
of the call as well as the ability to
zoom in on the area. They can pick
out geographical markers and even


calculate how far a call is from a
road, for example, to give emer-
gency personnel specific directions.
Dispatchers can also see where fire
hydrants are, the nearest boat ramp
if a water rescue is necessary, and
more. The ability to see geographical
markers can further help with par-
ticular searches, for example finding
large bodies of water in the case of a
missing Alzheimer patient.
Buildings are labeled with owner's
names, phone numbers and other
See DISPATCHERS, Page 11A


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LAUREN DELGADO/FLORIDAN
Jackson County dispatchers complete their training in a new
phone and computer system. "Sentinel" provides dispatchers
with additional tools to help them give responding personnel
a clearer picture of whatever emergency situation they're
headed into.


IT'S PARTY TIME


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PHOTOS BY MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
BOVE: Water flies as Nautika Jefferson hits
S- 'the pool at the bottom of the slide Friday at
1..JLBaker's Child Development Center. LEFT:
Aamarian Cummings runs through a spray of
water as he heads up the ladder to the top of the'
water slide at Baker's Child Development Center.
An inflatable house and water slide were set up
at the center Friday for a bouncing and splash-
Ing party for 56 kids. While a summer party to let
the kids play in water has been a tradition at the
". center, this year party was tied to an anti-bullying
program. During it, kids were taught about how to
be a good friend and what to do and not to. When
S it was finished they were given a test and the party
was reward for children who passed the test. See
more from the event on page 9A.


Local farmer a poster boy for peanuts


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com

Local farmer Jeff Pittman has
been riding the subways of New
York City for months now or at
least his image has.
Florida's alternate member of
the National Peanut Board, Pitt-
man took part in a promotional
campaign last winter for the
product it supports, ads that are
meant to increase awareness and
appreciation of the humble pea-
nut's many uses and benefits.
As instructed, Pittman brought
a set of his own work attire to
wear in the ads, which consisted
of sturdy tan jeans, a button-
down shirt, a ball cap and a brown
leather jacket.


He had them professionally
cleaned and pressed in Mari-
anna, and took them straight
from the cleaners to the Atlanta
studio where the shoot took
place.
The creative team there took
one look and said, "No, no, no,
Jeff, you're too clean," Pittman
recalled.
"There was a girl there with a
little bag of dirt, and she rubbed it
all into my jacket and everything.
She.got me field ready, I guess you
could say." Pittman said. "I never
dreamed they'd want me to come
there dirty. I came there looking
the way I look when I start my
day, but they wanted something
that looked more.like the end of
the day."


He said it took about a day to
finish the studio work.
"It was very interesting and
I was glad to participate," Pitt-
man said, 'Anything I can do for
the cause of peanuts, I'll do. I
hope that the campaigns went
well."
The ad includes some graffiti-
style text, created by the peanut
board and the advertising team.
It reads: "I'm a grower of pea-
nuts-A.K.A. harvester of protein,
nurturer of antioxidants and
bringer-forther of vitamins and
minerals."
As a keepsake, Pittman received
a life-size replica of the ad, which
has run on billboards and in
trade magazines, as well as the
subway.


MIeth


Grand Ridge


man arrested


on drug, child


abuse charges

From staff reports
The Jackson County Drug Task Force arrested
a Grand Ridge man after officers found an al-
leged potential active methamphetamine lab in
a home after Department of Children and Fami-
lies workers reported some suspi-
-i"- .. cious items to the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office.
'' Jason Carroll Neel was charged
With child abuse, posses-
sion of prescription pills with-
out prescription, attempted
manufacture of a controlled
Neel substance.
According to the complaint, a
DCF worker was inside the home and noticed
some items consistent with the creation of
meth.
A Sheriff's deputy removed everyone from the
home and called in JCDTE Inside the home, po-
lice said they found items used in a meth cook,
including bottles-with a liquid residue, digital
scales with suspected meth residue, charcoal
starter fluid. According to the complaint, Neel
admitted the bottles were from previous meth
cooks.
The complaint also stated three pills were
found, which Neel said were unprescribed
Xanax.





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farmer Jeff
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THE SUN AND MOON
Sunrise 6:01 AM
Sunset 7:32 PM
Moonrise 9:00 PM
Moonset 9:29 AM


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FLORIDAN
Publisher Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com

Circulation Manager- Dena Oberski
doberski@jcfloridan.com

CONTACT US
Telephone: 850-526-3614
FAX: 850-482-4478
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

MISS YOUR PAPER?
You should receive your newspaper no later
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula-
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840)
is published Tuesday though Friday and
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid
at Marianna, FL.


SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83
for three months; $62.05 for six months;
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include
applicable state and local taxes. Mail
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months;
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one
year.

ADVERTISING
The advertiser agrees that the publisher
shall not be liable for damages arising
out of errors and advertisements beyond
the amount paid for the space actually
occupied by that portion of the advertise-
ments in which the error occurred, whether
such error is due to the negligence of the
publisher's employees-or otherwise, and
there shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond the
amount paid for such advertisement. This
newspaper will not knowingly accept or
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis-
ing which expresses preference based on
legally protected personal characteristics is
not acceptable.

HOWTO GET YOUR
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 may 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
The Jackson County Floridan's policy
is to correct mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call 526-3614
Monday-Friday.


TODAY
Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion
- 6:30 p.mi. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
(in one-story building behind 4351 W. Lafayette St.).
Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

MONDAY
Workforce Board committee meeting 9
a.m. at the Chipola Regional Workforce Develop-
ment Board office, 4636 U.S. 90 in Marianna, the
Board Member of the Year committee meets. Call
718-0456.
) Open Sewing Day 9:30 a.m. in the Rocky
Creek Baptist Church F-Iell:,.irup Hall, 5458 Rocky
Creek Road, Marianna. New sewing/quilting club
open to anyone interested in learning or sharing
the crafts over coffee, light refreshments. Bring a
project to share. Call 434-632-4271.
) Orientation 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the
Marianna Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742
U.S. 90 in Marianna. Register for free job placement
arid computer training; learn about services. Call
526-0139.
) Mathematics workshop 3-4 p.m. at the
Marianna One Stop Career Center. No charge. Call
718-0326 to register.
) Jackson County Development Council Board
of Directors meeting 4:30 p.m. in the upstairs
conference room of the Nearing Court Office Build-
ing, 2840 Jefferson St., Marianna. Public welcome.
Call 209-0887.
Jackson County Quilter's Guild meeting
- 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings
are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects,
lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
) Jacob City Council meeting 6 p.m. at 4490
Jackson Road in Cottondale. Public welcome. Call
263-6636.
) Writers Group meeting 6 p.m. at the Chipley
library. Beginners welcome, published or unpub-
lished.
Woodmen of the World Lodge 65 Meeting
- 6:30 p.m. at the Dellwood Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment. Members, bring your favorite soup and
sandwich, and a friend.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.


TUESDAY
n Marianna City Farmers Market Open at 7
a.m. in Madison Street Park.
n VFW Honors Purple Heart Recipients 8-10
a.m. at 2830 Wynn St. in Marianna. The Veterans
of Foreign Wars Post hosts a coffee social to which
all area Purple Heart recipients are invited. Call
372-2500.
) St. Anne's Thrift Store hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays at 4285 2nd Ave. in Mari-
anna. Many items marked down for the August sale.
) EJCEDC Business of the Month 9:30 a.m. at
7884 U.S. 90 in Sneads, East Jackson County Eco-
nomic Development Council will recognize Agape
Ministries 6s its August business of the month. Call
593-6491.
) Basic computer class, part 1-11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
at Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90,
Marianna. (Part 2 is Aug. 14,11-3) Call 526-0139.
D Optimist Club of Jackson County meeting
- Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna.
D Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call
482-5028.
) Spanish workshop 3-4 p.m. at the Marianna
One Stop Career Center. No charge. Call 718-0326
to register.
) Tobacco-Free Partnership of Jackson County
quarterly meeting 3:30 p.m. at the Jackson
County Health Department, 4979 Healthy Way,
Marianna; tobacco-related health issues will be
discussed. A policy subcommittee meeting follows
at 4:30 p.m.; specific initiatives to increase aware-
ness/change behaviors will be discussed. Public
welcome. Call 526-2412.
) National Night Out Block Party 4-8 p.m. at
Madison Park in Marianna. Jackson County Crime
Stoppers presents this free crime/drug-prevention
event. Games, inflatable slide, face-painting, bounce
house, live music and DJs are planned; plus free
children's fingerprinting and emergency equipment
demos and displays. Free hamburger or hot dog
meal. Call 526-3125.
) Town Hall political forum 6:30 p.m. in the
Graceville Civic Center on Brown St./Highway 77.
Sponsors: Chipola CCTV 4, Jackson County Times.
Candidates for all open positions are scheduled to
participate.
) Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.


WEDNESDAY
) Jackson County Habitat for Humanity Ware-
house hours: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
) Job Club -10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Mari-
anna Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90
in Marianna. Learn job seeking/retention skills. 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.
) Computer Basics workshop 2:30-3:30 p.m.
at the Marianna One Stop Career Center. No charge.
Call 718-0326 to register.

THURSDAY
Marianna City Farmers Market Open at 7-
a.m. in Madison Street Park.
) AARP driver safety program 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the Jackson County Sheriff's Office, 4012 Lafay-
ette St. in Marianna. Fees: $12 for members; $14
for non-members (all active and retired educators
and school personnel are eligible to take the Driver
Safety classroom program for $5). Call 482-2230
to sign up.
) St. Anne's Thrift Store hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at 4285 2nd Ave. in Marianna. Many items marked
down for the August sale.
) Orientation 12:30-3:30 p.m. at the Marianna
Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90 in
Marianna. Register for free job placement and com-
puter training; learn about services. Call 526-0139.
Employ Florida workshop 1:30-2:30 p.m. at
the Marianna One Stop Career Center. No charge.
Call 718-0326 to register.
) Backpack/School supplies giveaway 4-6
p.m. Aug. 9-10 at Direct Auto Insurance, 4465
Lafayette St. in Marianna. One per customer. Call
482-7283.
) Public Hearing, council meeting and budget
workshop In Grand Ridge Town Hall, a public
hearing starts at 6 p.m., to review proposed water
improvement projects for the 2012 CDBG Applica-
tion cycle, followed by the regular monthly council
meeting, then a budget workshop. Public welcome.
Call 592-4621.
Free summer concert: Emerald County Line
-7 p.m. at Madison Street Park in Marianna.
Presented by Jackson County Parks and Recreation,
.Main Street Marianna.


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


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for Aug. 2, the latest
available report: One drunk
pedestrian, one accident with
no injury, one reckless driver,
one suspicious person, one
funeral escort, one highway
obstruction, one physical
disturbance, 18 traffic stops,
one civil dispute, one trespass-
ing complaint, one report of
an obscene/threatening call,
one.juvenile complaint, one
noise disturbance, one assist of
another agency and five public
service calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's


Office and county fire/rescue
reported the following incidents
for Aug. 2, the
_-. latest avail-
-' ..--' able report.
(Some of
-CRIME these calls
may be
related to af-
ter-hours calls taken on behalf
of Graceville and Cottondale
police departments): Two acci-
dents with no injuries, one hos-
pice death, one abandoned ve-
hicle, one reckless driver, three
suspicious vehicles, two suspi-
cious incidents, three funeral
escorts, one highway obstruc-
tion, two physical disturbances,
two verbal disturbances, one
woodland fire, one vehicle fire,
one drug offense, one power
line down, 18 medical calls,
four burglary alarm complaints,


one panic alarm complaint,
one fire alarm complaint, three
larceny complaints, two crimi-
nal mischief complaints, one
littering/garbage complaint,
two assault complaints, one
suicide attempt, three animal
complaints, two assists of an-
other agency, one child abuse
complaint, one baker act/trans-
port, two threat/harassment
complaints and one 911 hang
up call.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were
booked into the county jail dur-
ing the latest reporting periods:
) Anthony Odom, 39, 1388
Shores Road, Alford, battery
domestic violence, crimi-
nal mischief, resisting with


violence, violation of county
probation.
) Jason Neel, 36, 2136 Trent
Ave., Grand Ridge, child abuse,
possession of prescription pills
without prescription, attempt-
ed manufacture of a controlled
substance.
)) Traci Fears, 41, 4523 Cook
Road, Marianna, possession
of prescription pills without
prescription.
) Daniel Irwin, 32, 12105 Ca-
russo Drive, Panama City, retail
theft.
) Vernon Powell, 2026 Wes-
ley Road, Cottondale, battery
domestic violence.

JAIL POPULATION: 226
To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
agency. To report a wildlife violation, call
1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


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Cartwright,

Crutchfield


Steven and Lesia Cartwright
of Marianna are excited to
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Candace Michell
Cartwright, to Jonathan Lat
Crutchfield, son of Stephen
Crutchfield and Penny Collins
of the Lovedale Community.
Candace is the
granddaughter of James and
Louise Johnson and J.T. and
Freida Cartwright of
Booneville, MS.
Jonathan is the grandson of
Jeanette Daniel and the late
Earl Bruner of the Lovedale
Community and Patricia
Crutchfield and the late Billy
Crutchfield of Grand Ridge.
The bride received a
bachelor of health science
degree and a Doctorate in


Smith,
Bruce and Teresa Smith of
Marianna, are pleased to
announce the upcoming
wedding of their daughter,
Casey Smith to Sgt. Matthew
Earley, son of Audrene and
William Earley of Wareham,
MA.
Casey is a 2005 graduate of
Marianna High School and
currently employed as a


Physical Therapy from
University of Florida. She is
currently employed as a
Physical Therapist at
Healthsouth Rehabilitation
Hospital of Dothan, AL.
The future groom is
currently attending the
University of Northwestern
Ohio in pursuit,of a-degree in
Advanced Automotives.
The couple met while
attending Eastside Baptist
Church College and Career
Group.
The couple will exchange
vows on August 11, 2012 at
the First Baptist Church of
Marianna. After the wedding,
the couple will reside in Lima,
OH.


Earley
registered nurse at Bay
Medical Center in Panama
City.
Matt is a Sergeant with the
7th Special Forces Group US
ARMY in Crestview.
The blissful event will take
place at The Oaks By The Bay
Park in Panama City at 3prm
on September 1, 2012.
Invitations have been sent out.


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Dustin Daniel Lipford celebrates his 9th birthday today.


9th birthday
Dustin Daniel Lipford
turns 9 today.
He is the son of Loretta
and Danny Weeks, and
Daydrain Lipford, and
the brother of five
siblings: Dylan, Destiny,


Isaac Joseph
Boettcher was born
at 7:44 p.m. July 23,
2012, at Jackson Hos-
pital in Marianna; He
weighed 7 pounds,
2.8 ounces and was
2014 inches long at
birth.
His mother is Fran-
ces Price.


Garrett Levi-Lamar
Ogburn was born at
8:16 p.m. July 25, 2012,
at Jackson Hospital in
Marianna. He weighed 6
pounds, 15V2 ounces and
was 19% inches long at
birth.
His parents are Kay-
linda Wilkinson and
Nathan Ogburn.
Grandparents are Carl
and Renee Wilkinson of
Cottondale; Cindy Smith


Morgan Janese
McGee was born
at 9:11 p.m. July
26, 2012, at Jack-
son-Hospital in
Marianna.
She weighed 6
' pounds, 14 ounces
and was 19V/2 inches
long at birth.
Her parents are
Renesha Russ and
Willie McGee.
Grandparents
are Velisa Russ and
Gene Mount of
Malone. A


Sarah, Haylee and Kayla.
Maternal grandparents
are Brenda and Arnie
Jackson.
Paternal grandparents
are Donnie and Dodie
Lipford.He will celebrate
his birthday with family
and friends.


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Looming defense


cuts pose threat to


national security
Florida received a visit from some heavy hitters
on Monday when not one but three U.S. sena-
tors from out of state came to Tampa to warn of
defense cuts.
The three Republican senators said they were not
here to campaign for Republican presidential nominee
Mitt Romney but to make a point about the bipartisan
budget failure in Washington.
During their visit to Tampa, the GOP senators John
McCain from Arizona, Lindsay Graham from South Car-
olina and Kelly Ayotte from New Hampshire warned
of possible cuts to the budget of MacDill Air Force Base,
which is located near Tampa.,
The senators said the cuts or the possible closure of
MacDill loom large because of the automatic budget
reductions that are coming as a result of last year's
debt-limit debacle.
Last summer, to raise the debt ceiling, Congress and
the White House said they would come up with corre-
sponding cuts to the budget. They never reached a real
agreement, with the result that a "trigger" would initiate
about $500 billion in cuts to the Pentagon budget over
10 years. Medicare is also being targeted with $500
billion in cuts over that same period.
The cuts to the defense budget have leaders in both
parties worried arguably more worried than they
are about Medicare cuts. Obama's own Pentagon of-
ficials including Defense Secretary Leon Panetta
- have said 42,000 Florida defense-related jobs could
be affected. Deep defense cuts over 10 years could cost
Florida alone $3.6 billion.
To wield this fact as a club during a presidential elec-
tion year, the Republican senators came to Tampa and
had a Monday town hall gathering, according to the
Tampa Bay Times.
Graham, a moderate conservative GOP leader, did not
mince words. MacDill is "toast" if the automatic cuts
take place, he said.
That claim was disputed by U.S. Rep. C.W. "Bill"
Young, R-Fla., a stalwart supporter of MacDill. But
Graham's claim does highlight how careless overspend-
ing has now led to careless and arbitrary budget cuts
-'the worst of both worlds.
Congress did not think through the automatic cuts to
the Pentagon and Medicare, known as "sequestration."
They expected a "super committee" of congressional
members would forge a compromise between the GOP-
controlled House of Representatives and the Demo-
cratic-controlled U.S. Senate. They failed.
The cuts are so deep that, combined with a number
of tax increases that take effect on Jan. 1, even lead-
ers in Europe have warned that the White House and
Congress need to rework tax and budget policy before
the year runs out for the sake of the world economy.
It would be nice if Congress and Obama could do this
even sooner than November. But they are not likely to.
What is likely is that Congress and the president will
wait until after the election to keep the nation from
going over the "fiscal cliff." Congress will have less than
two months to compromise and write budgetary policy
before Jan. 1. It's no way to make budget policy, that's
for sure.
While cuts to defense are certainly needed ditto for
Medicare the automatic pendulum of $500 billion in
cuts is not the proper method. True, the $15.7 trillion
in debt is an urgent issue. But the automatic cuts could
exact a painful price for the failure to compromise last
summer.
Now important defense assets such as MacDill are
tied to the tracks while the train approaches.
McCain, Graham and Ayotte may be using exaggera-
tion to gin up support for a budget compromise. But
they are right about the poor job the White House and
Congress did last year when they put so much of our
defense industry on the line.
This editorial was published Friday, Aug. 3,
in The Daytona Beach News-Journal.

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Obama's Bill Clinton gamble


A s his adoring fans cheer,
the country's most beloved
I A democrat strides onstage at
the Democratic National Conven-
tion and delivers a primetime
speech that makes all the
difference come Election Day.
Nah, I'm not imagining Barack
Obama's big night in Charlotte.
It's Bill Clinton I see. Clinton is
more popular and potentially more
powerful in motivating Demo-
crats this fall, something Obama
conceded when he tapped Clinton
for the high-profile role of formally
nominating Obama for a second
term.
Two in three Americans now
have a favorable opinion of Bill
Clinton, about the same as at his
first presidential inauguration in
1993. Even the haters have mel-
lowed. Only 28 percent of people
have an unfavorable opinion of
Clinton, an all-time low.
Obama, who desperately needs
goodwill, had a respectable 54 per-
cent favorable rating in the same
Gallup poll, released July 30.
Bill Clinton has triumphed. A
dozen years after Al Gore treated
.him like a bad smell throughout
the 2000 campaign, Clinton is the
,go-to guy for Obama. The Clintons
must love that. Hillary Clinton
-whose favorable rating is the
same 66 percent as her husband's
- will be a no-show at the Demo-
cratic convention. As secretary of
state, she is not in campaign mode.
Not this year.
If anyone can breathe life into
flagging Democrats, Bill Clinton
can. And yet, his words can and
will be held against Obama. Four
years ago Clinton compared voting
for Obama to a roll of the dice, and
he recently said Romney had a
"sterling" business career and was
qualified to be president.
Even if Clinton curbs his inde-
pendent streak and speaks per-
suasively for Obama, his presence


MarshaMercer


inevitably invites comparisons.
Newt Gingrich, hardly an impartial
judge, predicted Clinton's con-
vention speech would "shrink"
Obama.
Putting Clinton front and center
reminds voters that he worked
successfully with a Republican
Congress. The rejoinder of course
is that Clinton did not have a Sen-
ate majority leader who said from
Day One that holding the president
to one term was his'top priority.
Would Clinton have found a way to
work around that obstacle? No one
knows.
A few weeks before Clinton was
nominated for a second presiden-
tial term, he signed into law bipar-
tisan welfare reform, a minimum
wage increase and health insur-
ance portability. Clinton didn't get
everything he wanted, but he was a
pragmatist. He infuriated liberals,
but at the convention and into the
fall he could point to fresh accom-
plishments on behalf of the middle
class.
At the August 1996 signing
ceremony for the welfare reform
law, Clinton said welfare would no
longer be a political issue and poli-
ticians would not be able to attack
each other or the poor. At the time,
many thought that wishful
thinking. But he was right.
Welfare stayed largely off the
table for many years. A disturbing
report by the General Accountabil-
ity Office in 2005 riled Democrats
and Republicans with its finding
that some states were counting to-
ward the work requirements such


activities as getting a massage and
writing in a journal.
Overall, welfare rolls declined,
though, until the recession hit and
the ranks of children living in pov-
erty started to rise. And then the
Obama administration sparked a
Republican rebellion by announc-
ing more flexibility for states in
how they run their welfare pro-
grams. The administration said it
would grant waivers to allow states
to experiment with their welfare-
to-work programs without filing
paperwork.
Even though more than two
dozen Republican governors had
signed a letter asking for mbre
flexibility, Republican leaders
reacted angrily. They accused
Obama of gutting the law's work
requirements arid, in effect, killing
welfare reform. House Speaker
John Boehner called the change a
"partisan disgrace." Romney said it
was "completely misdirected."
Yes, these same Republicans
usually want states to have more
power to create programs that
meet their residents' needs not
less. And no state has to apply for a
waiver. It's voluntary.
An official in the federal agency
that administers welfare said,
"Many states report that their case-
workers are spending more time
complying with federal documen-
tation requirements than help-
ing parents find jobs." The White
House press secretary called the .
complaints "hypocritical."
Ah, but it's campaign season.
Politics overrides everything.
By putting Clinton front and
center, Obama can remind voters
that a Democratic president once
got things done, and gamble that
they will think he can do the same.
That's Obama's big gamble.

Marsha Mercer writes from Washington.
You may contact her at
marsha.mercer@yahoo.com


Snorida Voices



In the name of all Floridians?


How much could $888,000
buy for people in need?
Let's see: a lot of fruits
and vegetables for people whose
only grocery is the convenience
store, more doctors' visits for
children who will get sicker with-
out such care, or unemployment
insurance for more people who
will get thrown out of their homes
without it.
In short, a nice down payment
on Florida's future.
Instead, we have a governor who,
with help from the Legislature,
has gone to war with the federal
government, tried to overturn
state laws that offend him and
kicked in the shins teachers, state
employees, the sick, the poor and
those people so annoying in a
democracy, voters.
Scott has become embroiled
in so many court cases involving
Florida law that it has been
difficult to keep track of them all.
So the Orlando Sentinel obliged us.
A suit was filed over the law
requiring drug testing of welfare
recipients; The Tampa Tribune
has reported that such abuse is
rare. State employees have sued to
block his changes to their pen-
sion plan. Physicians concerned


Mary JoMelone

about the safety of children sued
the state over the law that barred
them from asking parents if they
keep guns at home; a federal judge
tossed it out because imagine
this doctors have free speech
rights. The PBA has sued over the
attempt to
privatize some prisons. There have
been suits over redistricting, over
tighter voter eligibility require-
ments, and of course, over
President Obama's health care law.
Perhaps some cases have been
overlooked here. The tab is already
over $888,000, and most of the
lawsuits excluding the health
care law have not been decided.
Scott has said ad nauseam that
he wants to save the state money.
Foolish us, we asked only about
where he would cut and not on
what he would spend. He has
turned out to have no compassion,


but the taste for combat. Some-
times it appears that he believes
the federal government has no
legitimate influence over the state;
sometimes it appears he all but
wants Florida to secede.
Scott is undaunted. His approval
rating at last report is 31 percent;
his work days as one of us, whom
he would rather have eat cake, are
a phony attempt to improve that
sorry number. The GOP barely
wants him to show his face at its
Tampa convention next month -
even though he is the embodiment
of the successful entrepreneur
whom candidate Mitt Romney
touts. And like the other indepen-
dent entrepreneurs who Romney
insists prospered totally by way of
their own pluck, Scott did not. His
company lived off Medicare so
much so that it admitted to over-
billing the federal government for
Medicare reimbursement, among
other frauds, and had to repay over
$631 million.
That was then. This is now. Rick
Scott still wants to waste other
people's money ours to
pursue what will advantage him.

Mary Jo Melone, former columnist with the
Tampa Bay Times, is a writer in Tampa.


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Sometimes we fear change


Things in our fast
paced world are
continuously chang-
ing; but some people have
a fear of change. What
about you?
The highways, railways
and airways are full of
millions of people travel-
ing to and fro for business,
vacations and family or
friendly visits. On the
other hand there are oth-
ers who have no interest
in traveling anywhere.
Making changes in our
lifestyles is not easy for
many of us to do. Some
people eat the same type
of meals from day to
day without deviating or
considering a change in
their diet.
They refuse to try new
foods or go to different
eating places. There are
millions of people in the
world who won't leave the
familiarity of the area in,
which they live, work and
play.
While living in some
of the big cities in our
country, there are those


in our population who
shop, work, attend school
and receive
treatment
needed in
a relatively
small area
of that city.
Thomas People liv-
Vincent ing in the
Mu phy small rural
towns in our
country know their limita-
tions, and many enjoy that
setting and don't want
change.
When some people have
reason to leave the home
area where they spend
most of their time, they
are very uncomfortable
and can't wait to return
to their home base. For
them, change doesn't
come easy. There are oth-
ers who have been raised
with certain habits that
are instilled'so deep inside
that any other way of life
hasn't been considered.
Often after venturing out
of their familiar areas and
normal routines, people


have found that discover-
ing other places, situa-
tions and atmospheres
outside of their normal
comfort zone invigorat-
ing, exciting and refresh-
ing. Since life can be so
uncertain and unpredict-
able, shouldn't we try
our best to enjoy it to the
maximum? It could be a
great thing to take a look
at some of the other sides
of life, especially if you do
so in a safe, organized way.
It would be a good idea to
go on a trip, or spend time
in an unfamiliar part of
the big cities initially with
another family member or
close friend. Sometimes
change can be a good
thing.
The way some of our
parents prepared those
delicious meals we were
fed as children and youth
may need to be critiqued
because of health reasons.
What we have become
accustom to eating in the
past may not be healthy
for us. A healthy change
might be needed.


Pets on Parade


SUBMITTED PHOTOS
LEFT: Dakota is a 3-to-4-year old neutered male Pomeranian mix who was found on Fairview
Road near Cherokee Kennels. If you lost or are interested in adopting Dakota, the shelter is
at 4011 Maintenance Drive in Marianna. RIGHT: Penny is a 1-year-old paint pony who is very
friendly, loves people and is easy to catch. People who are interested in adopting Penny or
one of the other rescue horses can reach Hidden Springs Horse Rescue at 850-526-2231 or
horserescue@live.com.
Those interested in adopting a pet cat or dog can visit Partners for Pets on 4011
Maintenance Drive in Marianna Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. or
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The shelter can be reached by calling 482-4570 or
visiting www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com. Those interested in adopting a horse can
visit Hidden Springs Horse Rescue at 4883 Bevan Lane Monday through Friday by
calling 526-2231 and making an appointment. Visit the rescue's website at www.flori
dahorserescue.com.


DISTRICT OFFICIAL VISITS KIWANIS


SUBMITTED PHOTO

Bill Hudson (left) and Richard Kunde pose for a photo during
a recent meeting of the Marianna Kiwanis Club. Hudson, of
Panama City, serves Kiwanians as the lieutenant governor
of Florida's second district. While visiting the Marianna group, he
spoke to members about current Kiwanis Club initiatives. He was
introduced by Kunde.


Research that has taken
place over the years has
informed us of the ingre-
dients in our foods that
are detrimental to our
health. It may be a wise
decision to modify our
way of cooking or, in some
cases, step away from
some of those comfort
foods we've been eating
for years.
If you are around some-
one who always has a
grumpy attitude (hope it's
not you), he or she might
need a change of scenery
or a taste of something
new.
A person who does an
honest days work, but
doesn't take a break from
that job from time to time
actually could be affect-
ing his or her health in
a negative way. All of us
need'rest or a break from
our daily routines. We've
only got one life to live on
this earth, so why not find
ways to enjoy it as much
as possible?


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GAS WATCH
Gas prices are going up. Here are
the least expensive places to buy
gas in Jackson County, as of
Saturday afternoon.
1. $3.34, McCoy's Food Mart,
Jefferson St., Marianna
2. $3.35, Dar-Bee's Quick Stop,
Highway 90, Cypress
3. $3.35, Loves Travel Center,
Highway 231, Cottondale
4. $3.39, Bascom General,
Basswood Road, Bascom
5. $3.39, BP Station, River Road,
Sneads
6. $3.39, BP Steel City,
Highway 231 S., Alford
7. $3.39, Dixie Food & Gas,
Highway 231 S., Alford
8. $3.39, Greens BP, Highway 71,
Marianna
If you see a lower price,
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UNITED STATES SENATOR All voters In the following precincts
(Vote for One) are eligible to vote in the race for
) Glenn A. Burkett DEM County Commissioner, District I
S GlennA.Burkett DEM Precincts: 2, 2.1, 2.2, 3A, 12A, 13,
O Bill Nelson DEM 13.1, 13.2, 14, and 14.1


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DISTRICT 2
(Vote for One)


CD Leonard Bembry
D AI Lawson
CD Alvin L. Peters
C) Mark Schlakman


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STATE ATTORNEY
14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
UNIVERSAL PRIMARY CONTEST
(Vote for One)
C Jim Appleman REP
C Glenn Hess REP

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Pelvo White, Jr.


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Mary Carol Murdock


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SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
UNIVERSAL PRIMARY CONTEST
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CD Lee W Miller DEM


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14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
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C JimAppleman REP
C Glenn Hess REP


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UNIVERSAL PRIMARY CONTEST,
(Vote for One)


0 Steve R. Benton, Sr.
C Lee W Miller


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All voters in the following precincts
are eligible to vote in the race for
County Commissioner, District I
Precincts: 2, 2.1, 2.2, 3A, 12A, 13,
13.1, 13.2, 14, and 14.1


COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT I
UNIVERSAL PRIMARY CONTEST
(Vote for One)


0 Alex"AL" McKinnie
CD Willie E. Spires


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COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT I
UNIVERSAL PRIMARY CONTEST
(Vote for One)


O Alex "AL" McKinnle
O Willie E. Spires


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Precincts: I, 1.I, 1.2, 7A,
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CD Kenneth Stephens
CO Zannie Williams


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CD Kenneth (Kenny) Griffin
C) Danlele McDaniel
0 DaveWaller

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CD Stacey Goodson
CD Dianne Oswald


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C Daniele McDaniel
CD Dave Waller

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C) Stacey Goodson
C) Dianne Oswald


JACKSON COUNTY
POLLING LOCATIONS
I. Malone City Hall
5182 9th Ave., Malone
2. Campbeliton Community Center
2336 Hwy 2, Campbellton
3. Citizen's Lodge
4574 Lodge Drive, Marianna
4. Alford Community Center
2562 Park Ave,,Alford
5. Cypress Park
6248 Hwy 90, Cypress
6. County Commtssioner's
Admin. Bldg.
2864 Madison Street, Marianna
7. Eastside Baptist Church
4785 Hwy 90, Marianna
8. Shady Grove Methodist Church
7305 Birchwood Rd.,
Grand Ridge
9. Grand Ridge Community Center
6910 Hall St., Grand Ridge
10. Welcome Assembly of
God Church
6794 Messer Rd., Grand Ridge
I I. Sneads City Hall
2028 Third Ave., Sneads"
12. Coftondale Community Center
2666 Front St., Cottondale
13. Greenwood Town Hall
4207 Bryan Stc, Greenwood
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5224 Brown St., Graceville


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absentee ballots and provisional ballots. If at any point there is
a significant change in your signature, use a Florida Voter
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0 George LeMieux REP
O Deon Long REP
0 Connie Mack REP
C Mike McCallster REP
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STATE ATTORNEY
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STATE REPRESENTATIVE
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SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
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CD Steve R. Benton, Sr.
O LeeW Miller


DEM
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All voters in the following precincts
are eligible to vote in the race for
County Commissioner, District I
Precincts: 2, 2.1, 2.2, 3A, 12A, 13,
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DISTRICT I
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O Alex"AL" McKinnie
D Willie E. Spires


All voters in the following precincts
are eligible to vote in the race for
School Board Member, District 2
Precincts: 4, 4.1,6, 6.1, 6.3, 12, 12.1,
14A, and 14A.1

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
DISTRICT 2
(Vote for One)
CD Kenneth (Kenny) Griffin
C( Daniele McDaniel
CD Dave Waller

All voters in the following precincts
are eligible to vote in the race for
School Board Member, District 3
Precincts: 3, 3.2, 3.3, 3.5,
6A, 6A.I, 6A.3, 6A.4 and 6A.5

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Legion Post 241


Two honored for participation


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Sneads American l.egiotn
Post 24 I honored twvo area
high school seniors with
"Good Citizen" citations on
July 26, for their participa-
tion in the 2012 American
Legion Boys State.
Post 241 selected the stu-
dents and sponsored their
trip to attend this year's
Boys State, which was July
8-14 on the campus of
Florida State University.
Tristen Rogers of Malone
High School and Caleb Al-
exander from Sneads High
School were each nomi-
nated by their schools and
selected by the American
Legion via interview.
At Boys State, Tristen was
appointed to the office
of county commissioner
and Caleb won a position
in the Boys State House of
Representatives.
Tristen also was the re-
cipient of The Lance Cpl.
Andrew J. Aviles Scholar-
ship, a four-year scholar-
ship named for a Marine
who delayed attending
FSU to join the military


atn l \vilho, as a result, lragi
cally lost his life at 18. It af-
fords recipients full tuition
at both Tallahassee Com-
inunity College and Flor-
ida State I university. Tris-
ten is set to attend in the
fall.
The Florida Department
of the American Legion has
sponsored Boys State since
1940. During the week
of Boys State events, 530
delegates can earn dual-
enrollment course credit
through a partnership with
Tallahassee Community
College.
, Delegates are instructed
in Florida law, history and
government. They create
a "51st state," with cit-
ies, counties, and a three-
branch government; pub-
lish a daily newspaper and
television news program;
and learn leadership skills
through participation in
team exercises.
Tristen Rogers is the son
of Bubba and Missy Rogers
of Greenwood.
Caleb Alexander is the
son of George and Heidi
Alexander of Srieads.


SUBMITTED PHOTOS
Caleb Alexander (left) is presented with a "Good Citizen"
citation by Ralph Camp, an officer with American Legion Post
241 on July 26 in Sneads.


Dr. Richard Murgo, Ph.D. (left), director of the Boys and Girls
State Dual Enrollment Program, Malone High School graduate
Tristen Rogers (center) and FSU SGA President Rueben M.
Stokes II pose for a photo.


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Special to the Floridan

The Panhandle Seminole Club recent-
ly hosted its 11th Annual Florida State
Emeritus Luncheoh. The event took
place at the Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli
in downtown Marianna, with 50 guests in
attendance.
Guest speaker was Mark Feulner, a
faculty member with the FSU-Panama
City Public Safety and Security program.
He also is a research assistant with the
school's Underwater Crime Scene Inves-
tigation program and' participated in the
search for Natalie Holloway in Aruba.
At the luncheon, PSC President Roy
Baker reminded everyone of the upcom-
2 ing Boston butt sale fundraiser to raise
TOS money for scholarships. Delivery of or-
irk ders is scheduled for Aug. 20. For more
information, call 482-3466.


SUBMITTED PHOTO
Tristen Rogers (left) accepts a "Good Citizen" citation from
American Legion Post 241 Officer Ralph Camp, on July 26 in.
Sneads.

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Gathered for a photo during the Sunland Center Quarterly Service Awards Luncheon are (from left) Gerald Williams (30 years),
Lisa Seay (20 years) Jenethal Reed (25 years), Cathy Lloyd (25 years), Lula Johnson (25 years) and Darlene See, Sunland
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Sunland honors years of service


Special to the Floridan
The administration at
Sunland Center hosted
.the facility's quarterly ser-


vice awards luncheon on
Wednesday, July 25, at the
Gazebo Coffee Shoppe
& Deli in downtown
Marianna.


Employees having at-
tained 20, 25, 30 or 35 years
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From staff reports
With severe weather teas-
ing the local area off and
on for the past few weeks,
and causing some moder-
ate damage along the way,
Jackson County Emergen-
cy Management Director
Rodney Andreaesen wants
to remind residents that
the most active part of the
2012 hurricane season is
beginning.
In an advisory press re-
lease issued Friday, he
pointed out that officials
are currently tracking a
tropical, storm and other
developing systems. He
urged residents to prepare
now for this and any other
bad weather that could
come this way.
"This year has been
identified as one in which
the hurricane threat will
not be as great as in the
past years," he wrote in
the release. "However,
we need to consider two
things with thinking that
hurricanes during these
lulls will not cause much
damage. In.1992, the same,
outlook for hurricanes was
forecast and that season
produced one of the most
devastating storms to ever
strike Florida; that was
Hurricane Andrew.
"A second point can be
examined as it pertains to
the most recent system to
strike the state of Florida.
Although not a hurricane,
Tropical Storm Debby
caused millions of dol-
lars in property damage to
many of the counties south
of Jackson. Those impacts
could have easily been felt
here with torrential rains
and flooding along with
wind damage."
He also pointed out that
the recent summer after-
noon storms should be
thought of as a call to ac-.
tion. "Although the rain has
brought a welcome relief
from drought conditions


in the area, the results of
high winds and lighten-
ing have cause damage to
facilities as well as inter-
rupted electrical systems
throughout the county,"
he wrote. "These are the
issues that I am most con-
cerned with as it impacts
Jackson County."
Unlike hurricanes, which
can be tracked many hours
in. advance of landfall,
those storms are faster-
approaching and more
unpredictable. Residents
don't have the same lead
time in which to prepare
for those events.
"It is imperative that in-
dividuals take responsibil-
ity for their own prepara-
tions as it manifests itself
with these types of storms,
as well as those for the
possibility of hurricanes,"
Andreasen advised. "One
of the most important
of these is to purchase a
NOAA Weather Radio that
allows coding for the Spe-
cific Area Message Encod-
ing (SAME) signal. These
devices will save your life
and should be as com-
mon as smoke detectors
in a home. This radio can
save precious time and
more importantly pre-
cious life in an emergency.
A very good weather radio
can be purchase for under
$30."
A weather radio is just
one of the essentials he
recommends.
"Make your plans now
and stock up on any sup-
plies you may need," he
wrote. "Don't wait until the
last minute to decide what
you're going to do. Under-
stand that you are a major
factor in your own safety
and that of your families.
Ensure your vehicle is
completely fueled and that
you have funds with you
once you leave the area.
Make sure you develop
a hurricane kit. Your kit,
should include flashlights,


batteries, a radio, extra
clothing, canned food,
mechanical can opener,
water, medicines you
may need and any other
items you feel would be
necessary."
On the issue of possible
evacuation, Andreasen
said residents should re-
member something im-
portant as storms move
in.
"Understand that once
winds reach a height of
39 mph, Jackson County
Emergency Manage-
ment will be unable to
provide transportation
to locations," he wrote.
"So if you feel your safe-'
ty is threatened make
plans to depart as soon as
possible."
Andreasen said emer-
gency services officials
have several means of
communicating impor-
tant information to the
public.
"If you have a computer
in your home you can re-
ceive .weather alerts via
the Internet from Jackson
County Emergency Man-
agement Office as well as
weather updates. Go to
their website located at
www.emergencymanager.
org to sign up for this ser-
vice; it's absolutely free to
the public. Additionally,
you may get access to the
National Hurricane Center
forecast track for hurri-
canes and tropical storms
from our site as well as the
National Weather Service
information."
Andreasen's. office also
has a local emergency alert
system broadcast through
local radio stations WJAQ
and WTYS. The system
will override. the broad-
cast during emergencies
to provide emergency
information.
For more information,
contact the Emergency
management Office at
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com

Waste Management
representative Chuck
Dees was guest speaker at
Friday's Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce
Power Breakfast.
Vice president of public
affairs for the company,
Dees talked about some
ways Waste Management
is transitioning into a busi-
ness that looks to lead the
pack in finding ways to
reuse more waste mate-
rial that would otherwise
be bound for one of the
company's landfills.
Dees said mandatory re-
cycling laws, growing pub-
lic demand for recycling of
organic, paper and metal
in particular and the in-
creasing value of recycla-
bles are some of the rea-
sons driving that decision.
It has invested in several
companies that provide
alternative choices, and
owns a majority interest in
one. That company turns
appropriate organic into
compost that is then sold
commercially.
The company's faith in
emerging technology is
apparently strong. Waste
Management has publicly


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After the First Friday Power Breakfast, Chuck Dees, vice
president of Public Affairs for Waste Management, discusses
energy production with some of,the people who attended the
event.


pledged to be recycling 20
million tons of waste in
North America each year
by 2020; that's double what
it recycles now, according
to Dees.
It has invested in roughly
eight companies involved
in repurposing waste.


Some convert food waste
to "green" gasoline, energy
or chemicals, some con-
vert low-value plastics into
crude oil, and Waste Man-
agement has invested in
North America's first full-
scale gasification plant,
which converts landfill gas


to energy. It uses the meth-
ane naturally produced in
landfills to turn turbines,
which in turn create elec-
tricity for the grid. '
Dees expects the compa-
ny to continue exploration
into other waste recycling
opportunities, as well. For
instance, it plans to estab-
lish at least three facilities
across the nation which
can accept different kinds
of recyclables at once and
sort them out for various
processes. Dees said this
could help increase con-
sumer participation in the
recycling effort because it
would be an easier for cus-
tomers to put them all in
one container rather than
sorting at home.
The company also has
invested in a facility that
takes only organic like
wood and other large
natural materials, work-
ing with construction cus-
tomers who have signifi-
cant amounts of waste to
get rid of. This material is
then converted for other
uses.
"The goal here is to fig-
ure out how to best ex-
tract value out of the waste
stream," Dees said. "A lot of
things.have been tried, are
still being tried, and we're


US economy generates 163Kjobs


The Associated Press

WASHINGTON The
U.S. economy generated
jobs last month at the fast-
est pace since February, a
sign it is resilient enough
to pull out of a midyear
slump and grow modest-
ly even as the rest of the
world slows down.
The 163,000 jobs em-
ployers added in July end-
ed three months of weak
hiring. But the surprising
gains weren't enough to
drive down the unemploy-
ment rate, which ticked up
to 8.3 percent last month
from 8.2 percent in June
the 42nd straight month
the jobless rate has exceed-
ed 8 percent. The United
States remains stuck with
the weakest economic re-
covery since World War II.
The latest job num-
bers, released Friday by
the Labor Department,
provided fodder both for
President Barack Obama,
who highlighted improved
hiring in the private sec-
tor, and Republican chal-
lenger Mitt Romney, who
pointed toward higher
unemployment.
"It's not especially weak,
but it's not especially
strong," said Scott Brown,
chief economist at the in-
vestment firm Raymond
James.
Investors focused on the
positive. The Dow Jones
industrials surged 217
points.
Three more monthly jobs
reports will come out be-
fore Election Day, includ-
ing the one for October on
Nov. 2, just four days be-
fore Americans vote.


No modern president
has faced re-election
when unemployment was
so high. President Jimmy
Carter was bounced from
office in November 1980
when unemployment was
7.5 percent.
In remarks at the White
House, Obama said the
private sector has added
4.5 million jobs in the
past 29 months. But he
acknowledged there still
are too many people out
of work. "We've got more
work to do on their behalf,"
he said..
Romney focused on the
increase in the unemploy-
ment rate, as did other Re-
publicans. "Middle-class
Americans deserve bet-
ter, and I believe America
can do better," he said in a
statement.


The economy is still
struggling more than three
years after the Great Re-
cession officially ended in
June 2009. The collapse of
the housing market and
the financial crisis that
followed froze credit, de-
stroyed trillions of dollars
in household wealth and
brought home construc-
tion to a halt. Consumer
spending, which accounts
for 70 percent of economic
output, remains weak as
Americans pay down debts
and save more.
From April through June
this year, the economy
expanded at a listless 1.5
percent annual pace, a
slowdown from the Janu-
ary-March pace of 2
percent.
The job market got off
to a strong start in 2012.


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Employers added an aver-
age 226,000 a month from
January through March.
But the hiring spree was
caused partly by an unsea-
sonably warm winter that
allowed construction com-
panies and other firms to
hire earlier in the year than
usual; effectively stealing
jobs from the spring. The
,payback showed up as
weak hiring an average
73,000 a month from
April through June.
Then came the 163,000
new jobs in July, beating
the 100,000 economists
had expected.


getting closer to figuring
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THEASSOCIATED PRESS
In this image provided by Brian Buckland, 138 skydivers form a massive snowflake formation Friday over Ottawa, III. Falling
at speeds of up to 220 mph, a group of nearly 140 skydivers shattered the vertical skydiving world record as they flew
heads-down in a massive snowflake formation in northern Illinois.



Vertical skydiving world



record broken in Illinois


The Associated Press

OTTAWA, Ill. Falling at speeds
of up to 220 mph, a group of nearly
140 skydivers shattered the vertical
skydiving world record as they flew.
heads-down in a massive snowflake
formation in northern Illinois.
Three judges representing the
Federation Aeronautique Interna-
tionale, the international air sports
agency, certified that 138 skydivers
created the formation Friday eve-
ning over Ottawa, about 80 miles
southwest of Chicago. It took 15
attempts over three days for the
team to break the previous record
of 108 skydivers, which was set in
2009.
"I feel amazing," Rook Nelson, an
organizer and the owner of Skydive
Chicago where the record was bro-
ken, said shortly after he made the
jump. "There was a lot of emotion
and a lot of days where we should
have got it. But we dug down deep
and stuck at it."
Following months of planning,
tryouts and camps to decide who
could take part in the danger-
ous challenge, the record break-
ers squeezed into six aircraft and
launched themselves into the air
at 18,500 feet. Flying at such a high
altitude presents a risk of altitude
sickness, so the .skydivers and pi-
lots used oxygen tanks aboard the
planes.
Four camera operators shooting


video and stills jumped with the 138
participants to record their achieve-
ment for the FAI judges. Those im-
ages are key, said co-organizer Mike
Swanson, a professional skydiver
who base jumped from Willis Tower
and its fellow Chicago skyscraper
Trump Tower for the movie "Trans-
formers 3."
If no one records the 150-foot-
wide formation showing all the
jumpers in their pre-assigned slots,
"then it wasn't really done," Swan-
son said.
The challenge for the record be-
gan Wednesday, midway through a
10-day skydiving festival. After each
attempt, the organizers reviewed
the videos and decided who should
stay and who should be swapped
out for one of the dozens of hope-
fuls who didn't make the initial cut.
"It's a hard job coming in from the
bench," said Erica Tadokoro, from
Brisbane, Australia. "You have to be
positive because it's a team effort."
Tadokoro, 43, was one of just 13
women selected in the first string.
She was cut after the 14th unsuc-
cessful attempt one shy of the
record jump.
Nelson explained that vertical fly-
ing is "basically doing a headstand"
in the air. The lack of wind resis-
tance speeds the skydivers' fall rate
to an average of 170 to 180 mph.
Ahead of the record attempt, he
said some of those involved would
need to reach much higher speeds.


And that increased the risks.
If they're not paying attention
when diving into the formation at
upwards of 220 mph, "it's going to
be like someone running a red light
and you taking them out," Nelson
said.
Each skydiver knew exactly when
to exit the aircraft, whom to follow
and where in the formation they
should be. At 7,000 feet, the skydiv-
ers began to peel away on a last-in,
first-out basis, and each wave de-
ployed their parachutes at altitudes
specified according to their posi-
tions in the formation.
"We don't want everyone to open
their parachutes at the same alti-
tude because then everybody lands
at the same time. We stack the sky
vertically" to avoid collisions, Nel-
son said.
The U.S. Parachute Association
says that of an estimated 3 million
skydives made across the U.S. in
2011, 21 were fatal. And most sky-
diving accidents happen sUnder
canopy.
Skydivers traveled from all over
the world to take part in the record
attempt, including from France,
Spain, Norway, Sweden, Switzer-
land, Ukraine, Russia, Italy, Bel-
gium, Australia and the U.K. And
one, 40-year-old Ahmed Sferi from
Reunion, said he traveled for two
days from his tiny Indian Ocean is-
land home to reach Chicago so he
could take part.


Residents find little in burned Oklahoma town


.The Associated Press

LUTHER, Okla. While resi-
dents of one Oklahoma town sifted
through their charred belongings
Saturday to salvage what they could
after a roaring wildfire that may
have been deliberately set, residents
in two other towns were being or-
dered to evacuate their homes.
The fire near Luther, which is
about 25 miles northeast of Okla-
homa City, destroyed nearly five
dozep homes and other buildings
before firefighters were able to gain
some measure of control Saturday.
The fire was one of several burn-
ing Saturday in Oklahoma, where
a severe drought has parched the
landscape.
The fires include a large one in
Creek County, in northeastern
Oklahoma, that officials said had
claimed about 78 square miles, and
another about 35 miles to the west
in Payne County. Emergency man-
agement officials ordered residents
of Mannford, in Creek County, and
Glencoe, in Payne County, to leave
their homes, according to Okla-
homa Department of Emergency
Management spokeswoman Keli
Cain.
Cain said no serious injuries had
been reported.
Authorities suspect the fire near
Luther may have been intentionally
set, while the cause of the others
was undetermined. The Oklahoma
County sheriff's department said it
was looking for someone in a black
pickup truck who was seen throw-
ing newspapers out a window after
setting them ablaze.


I HLASSOUUIAITLD PRE
A home burns during a large wildfire Friday in Luther, Okla. A wildfire whipped
by gusty, southerly winds swept through rural woodlands north and south of
Oklahoma City, burning several homes as firefighters struggled to contain it in
113-degree heat.


Department spokeswoman Mary
Myers said there were "no arrests,
no suspects" but deputies were
"working around the clock" to find
anyone responsible.
Gov. Mary Fallin toured Luther
Saturday, hugging residents whose
homes and belongings were de-
stroyed by the fire that swept
through treetops on 24 mph winds.
"It's heartbreaking to see families
that have lost so much," Fallin said
after talking with some who were
milling around the still-smoking
debris that had been their homes.
"I gave them a hug, told them I was
sorry."
The fire burned just over 4 square
miles, including an area near the


Turner Turnpike, which carries In-
terstate 44 between Oklahoma City
and Tulsa. The superhighway was
briefly closed Friday and traffic
was diverted onto old Route 66, the
cross-country highway that brought
Luther a glimmer of life before the
interstate bypassing the town was
built in the 1950s.
In Creek County, county Com-
missioner Newt Stephens asked
residents to be patient and to stay
away from the flames raging in the
northern part of the county.
"Keep the gawkers out, and those
that are wanting to go in and look.
I know it's a big deal, but it's just
not safe to do that," Stephens told
reporters.


Late Sen. Byrd's


FBI files reveal


CIA leak uproar


The Associated Press

CHARLESTON, W.Va.
- U.S. Sen. Robert C.
Byrd obtained secret FBI
documents about the civil
rights movement that were
leaked by the CIA and trig-
gered an angry confron-
tation between the two
agencies in the 1960s, ac-
cording to newly released
FBI records.
Byrd, who died in June
2010 at age 92, had sought
the FBI intelligence while
suspecting that commu-
nists and subversives were
guiding the civil rights
cause, the records show.
Decades before he became
history's longest-serving
member of Congress, or
gained the title "King of
.Pork" for sending federal
funds to West Virginia, the
Democrat had stalled and
voted against major civil
rights legislation in the
mid-1960s. He also be-
longed to the Ku Klux Klan
while a young man in the
1940s, and the FBI cited
that membership while
weighing his requests for
classified information, the
records show.
"He eventually had a
change of heart about a
lot of that stuff," said Ray
Smock, a former historian
for Congress who now
oversees Byrd's archives.
Smock said Byrd's hard-
line belief in law and order
played a role in his view of
the civil rights movement.
Byrd also repeatedly called
his time with the hate
group a serious mistake,
Smock noted.
The FBI released more
than 750 pages from its
files many of them with
words, sentences or entire
paragraphs redacted in
response to a Freedom of
Information Act request by
The Associated Press. The
records date to the mid-
1950s, when Byrd served
in the U.S. House. He was
elected to the first of his re-
cord nine terms in the U.S.
Senate in 1958.
The documents that re-
veal the September 1966
leak also describe how it
sparked outrage among
top FBI officials and
prompted an internal CIA
probe that singled out two


Dispatchers

From Page 1A
items so dispatchers don't
have to search for the in-
formation. Local emer-
gency response personnel
marked certain facilities as
critical to ensure dispatch-
ers know which to send
extra response teams.
The system is portable
via "suitcases" filled with
phone, computer and In-
ternet equipment. In the
case of any emergency
that might knock out the
main dispatch, it can be
moved to a new command
center.
The aerial maps change
about every two years,
with the other maps up-
dating as changes are
made. If any natural di-


agency employees as the
culprits The episode dam-
aged Byrd's standing with
the bureau, though only
briefly, the records show.
Numerous documents de-
pict him as an outspoken
supporter of the FBI and
particularly of J. Edgar
Hoover, its longtime direc-
tor, even toward the end
of Hoover's tenure as criti-
cism of him mounted.
"Byrd said that the Di-
rector's record of public
service was unparalleled
anywhere and he knew
that it would never be pos-
sible for any successor to
adequately 'fill his shoes,"'
one June 1966 memo be-
tween top FBI brass said.
The files repeatedly refer
to Byrd's "cordial relations"
with the bureau, and in-
clude numerous thank-you
notes and other friendly
exchanges between Byrd
and Hoover from the early
1960s until Hoover's death
in 1972.
"He certainly was a law
and order conservative,"
said Smock, director of the
Robert C. Byrd Center for
Legislative Studies at Shep-
herd University inWestVir-
ginia. "He had great respect
for the Justice Department
and for Hoover, as far as I
know."
The FBI had provided
Byrd only with publicly
available information
about three unidentified
individuals involved in
civil rights matters when
he revealed the. leaked
documents to an FBI agent
during a September 1966
meeting, a memo to FBI
Deputy Director C.D. De-
Loach said.
"Why can't a United State
Senator, the best friend the
FBI has in the Senate, get
information directly from
the FBI which he has al-
ready received from a third
party," Byrd was quoted
as saying. The memo said
Byrd then showed the
agent Xerox copies of two
secret FBI investigative
reports and one internal
memo.
Byrd refused to reveal his
source, but markings on
the documents led the FBI
to conclude theywere cop-
ies of papers provided to
the CIA earlier that year.


saster occurred, changing
the geography of Jackson
County, the aerial maps
would be changed as soon
as possible, Roberts said.
The system is also "Next
Generation," meaning
that when text messages,
pictures, and video sent
from cell phones is able
to be transmitted to dis-
patch; the system will be
prepared to receive them.
This will also allow dis-
patch to update emer-
gency personnel via cell
phone.
Training for the com-
munications staff on this
new system lasted about
two weeks. They also went
through a state certified
program that required 232
hours of training. The new
system will be seamlessly
put online on Wednesday.


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Regulators question
insurance savings
TALLAHASSEE
- Florida regulators
are warning that pre-
dicted savings on auto
insurance premiums
under a new law may be
misleading.
The Office of Insurance
Regulation on Friday
released a preliminary
report estimating no-
fault premiums could
drop 12 to 20 percent.
The agency also
issued a list of cave-
ats. One is that the
estimate is for pre-
miums that insurers
are entitled to receive.
Companies, though,
often ask for lower pre-
miums because auto
insurance is highly


competitive.
Another caveat is that
the savings would be just
for personal injury pro-
tection, which accounts
for only about 20 percent
of a total insurance bill.
The new law is de-
signed to reduce PIP
fraud. It calls for a 10
percent premium sav-
ings unless companies
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From staff reports
In recognition of the
150 anniversary of the es-
tablishment of the Purple
Heart, the Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 12046
invites anyone who has
received the award to a
coffee on Aug. 7, from 8-
10 a.m. at the post's head-
quarters at 2830 Wynn St.
in Marianna.
The medal was first es-
tablished by then Gen.
George Washington on
Aug. 7, 1782, as the "Badge
of Merit" to recognize
soldiers who served with
outstanding courage and
loyalty, stated the National
Purple Heart Hall of Honor
website.
A review board named
Sgt. Elijah Churchill for
two successful raids, Sgt.
William Brown for ex-
traordinary heroism at
the Battle of Yorktown,
and Sgt. Daniel Bissell for
his work as a spy amongst
Benedict Arnold's troops as
the first recipients of this
honor.
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of Honor, the award was
forgotten until after WWI
when it was reestab-
lished as a way to honor
Washington. The award is
now presented to mem-
bers of the armed forces
who have been injured,
killed or died after being
injured.
Anita Pidala, director of
the National Purple Heart
Hall of Honor, said that
although there is no one
list of all the Purple Heart
recipients, the organiza-
tion estimates about 1.7
million soldiers or their
families have received the
badge.
For more information
about the VFW event, call
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practices Wednesday
during a weeklong band
camp. The Sound of
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season at the Marianna
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from a' location in Jackson County. If
you can identify the location of these
photos, you will be entered in a weekly
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Sports Briefs
Golf tournament
The sixth annual Coach
John "Hud" Hudson golf
tournament will be held Aug.
11-12 at Florida Caverns Golf
CoulIs.
There will be tee times of 8
a.m. and 1 p.m. with a flIc,-
man scramble format,
Cost is $80 per person, with
cash prizes to be paid for
the top three teams in each
flight, as well as a long drive
and closest to the pin prize
each day.
For more information, call.
John Donaldson at 850-573-
0806, Hunter Nolen at 850-
573-6474 or Brian McKeithan
at 850-482-4257:.

Marianna football
fundraiser
In an effort to combat
the risk of head injuries to
football players, The Kiwanis
Club and The Pilot Club
have joined together to raise
funds to purchase new foot-
ball helmets for Marianna
High School athletes.
This event will be Aug. 28
from 4:30-7 p.m. at St. Luke's
Episcopal Church Parish
Hall in Marianna. Eat In or
Drive Thru available. Menu
includes pulled pork barbe-
cue, baked beans, coleslaw,
roll and dessert. Cost is $6
per ticket.
Tickets can be obtained
from any Kiwanis Club or
Pilot Club member. Call 482-
7507 for more information.

Soccer registration
NMarianna Recreation
Department will offer fi\ e
soccer leagues to give boys
and girls the opportunity to
play soccer.
Registration for youth ages
5 to 18 will be held through
the Aug. 24 from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. at The Mlfarianna Edu-
cational and Recreational
Expo (MIERE) located at 3625
Caverns Road in Nlarianna.
The registration fee for soc-
cer is $30 for all participants.
The fee must be paid with
a check or money order, no
cash will be accepted.
Special registration will be'
held at the MERE on Aug.
6 from 4-7 p.m. No one will
be allowed to register after
Aug. 28. All participants
must bring a copy of their
birth certificate. The age of
all participants on Aug. 1 of
the current year will be the
player's age for the entire
season.
Anyone that may be in-
terested in coaching a team
or officiating youth soccer
please contact the NMarianna
Recreation Department am
482-6228 or come by during
registration.

Golf tournament
The first "Teeing Off" For
Kids Golf Tournament will
be held Aug. 25 at Indian
Springs Golf Course in Mari-
anna at 8 a.m'.
Proceeds from the tour-
nament are going to The
Children's Burn Camp of
North Florida and The
lackson County Firefighters
Association Charity Fund.
Cost is $65 per golfer and
$260 for a four-man team,
which includes 18 holes, car.
driving range, lunch, goody
bag and entries into drawing.
Ahole in one will win a new. '
car from Rahal CheTvrolet.
Sponsorships are available.
For more information, call
SRicky Winger at 850-557-
2652 or e-mail at rwinget03@
gmail..com.

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


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MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
The Cottondale Hornets prepare for the 2012 season. They look for big things in 2012 with a team loaded with experienced players.


Experienced

Hornetswant

more than victories
BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
The Cottondale Hornets endured a
painful one-win season in 2011, salvaged
somewhat by a late-season victory over
arch-rival Graceville.
But wins over rivals don't take the
place of winning seasons and post-
season appearances for coaches and
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players with those goals in mind, and the
Hornets will be looking for bigger and
better things with a deeper and more
experienced squad in 2012.
Cottondale returns all but one starter
on both sides of the ball from last year's
team, with receiver and defensive back
Prentice Webb the only graduated senior
from 2011.
The Hornets return leading rusher
Sheldon Vann, leading passer CJ Smith,
and leading receiver Jacquez Walker.
Vann and Smith each cleared 1,000
yards of offense last season, and they'll
have a more veteran offensive line to
work behind this season.
It's enough reason for Cottondale to


head into Monday's first day of fall prac-
tice feeling like 2012 will be a much bet-
ter year to be a Hornet.
"The guys seem excited and ready
to get back at it," CHS coach Mi-
chael Melvin said. "With as many
returners as we have, you've got to
have a little bit of confidence about
yourself."
The added maturity and experience
for the Hornets should be a boon to the
Hornets after going through'last season
with a senior class unprecedented in its
small size during Melvin's time as CHS
Coach.

See HORNETS, Page 2B


Olympics


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
United States' men's 4 X 100-meter medley relay team from left, Matthew
Grevers, Brendan Hansen, Michael Phelps and Nathan Adrian hold their gold
medals at the Aquatics Centre in the Olympic Park during the 2012 Summer
Olympics in London on Saturday.


Phelps collects



gold in final race


The Associated Press


LONDON The finale was a
formality, more a coronation than
a contest. Michael Phelps headed
into the retirement the only way
imaginable with another gold
medal.
Reclaiming the lead with his
trademark butterfly stroke, the one


seen in his Olympic debut as a 15-
year-old in Sydney a dozen years
ago, Phelps won the 18th gold of a
mind-boggling career in the 4x100-
meter medley relay Saturday.
When it was done, Phelps hugged
his' teammates Matt Grevers,
Brendan Hansen and Nathan

See PHELPS, Page 2B


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Phelps
From Page 1B
Adrian before heading off the
deck for the final time in his suit.
He waved to the crowd and smiled,
clearly at peace with his decision to
call it a career.
And what a career it was!
Phelps retires with twice as many
golds as any other Olympian, and
his total of 22 medals is easily the
best mark, too. He can be quite
proud of his final Olympics as well,
even though there were times he had
trouble staying motivated after win-
ning a record eight gold medals at
the Beijing Games four years ago.
Bouncing back from a disappoint-
ing first race in Londori, a fourth-
place finish in the 400 individual
medley, Phelps wound up with more
medals than any other swimmer
at the games: four golds and two
silvers.
Sounds familiar.
Grevers had the Americans in front
on the opening backstroke leg of the
relay, but Kosuke Kitajima put Japan
slightly.ahead going against Hansen
in the breaststroke. Not to worry, not
with Phelps going next.


Track
From Page 1B
course, mining precious medals out
of Olympic host sites.
On Sunday, Usain Bolt and Yohan
Blake will try to keep the gold com-
ing for Jamaica, which has now won


SPORTS


He surged through the water in
the fly, handing off a lead of about
a quarter of a second to Adrian for
the freesytle anchor. The Ameri-
cans won going away in 3 minutes,
29.35 seconds, just off their own
Olympic record from Beijing. Ja-
pan held on for silver in 3:31.26,
with Australia taking the bronze in
3:31.68.
The U.S. men had never lost the
medley relay at the Olympics, and
they weren't about to now on the fi-
nal night of swimming at the Olym-
pic Aquatics Centre, on the final
night for such a momentous athlete.
How momentous? The govern-
ing body of swimming, FINA, sum-
moned Phelps back to the deck for
one more award a silver trophy
commemorating his standing as the
most decorated Olympian ever. A fit-
ting gesture, though a more appro-
priate color would have been gold.
Then, as if 22 medal ceremonies
over the last three Olympics weren't
enough, Phelps made one more vic-
tory lap around the pool, even stop-
ping off at the podium, climbing to
the top step again and posing with
his final award.
Phelps wasn't the only star of the
night. Missy Franklin capped off a


six of the last seven medals awarded
in the men's and women's Olympic
sprinting events, including relays. '
Given Bolt's massive worldwide
popularity, Fraser-Pryce sometimes
takes second-billing in her home
country. But those with a sense of
the history there know what a big
role women Merlene Ottey and


brilliant Olympic debut by helping
the U.S. take gold in the women's 400
medley relay with a world-record
time, no less.
The 17-year-old Franklin, who will
begin her senior year of high school
when she gets back to Colorado,
seems destined to be America's new
star in the post-Phelps era after tak-
ing four golds and a bronze while
swimming seven events the same
number as Phelps.
A definite bit of symmetry there,
though Franklin doubts anyone can
ever replace Phelps.
And let's not forget Allison Schmitt,
another swimmer with ties to Phelps.
They trained together over the past
year in Baltimore, becoming fast
friends with all their goofy antics.
But they sure took care of business
in the pool, with Schmitt winning
three golds, a silver and a bronze in
London.
Franklin grabbed the lead right
away in the backstroke, Rebecca
Soni stretched out the advantage
in the breast, Dana Vollmer cruised
through the fly and Schmitt finished
it off in the free, pulling away for a
time of 3:52.05, beating the mark
of 3:52.19 set by China at the 2009
world championships.


Campbell-Brown have played in
turning sprinting into the national
pastime.
She is not finished in London
yet, either. Campell-Brown is the
two-time defending champion in
the 200, where she'll have Fraser-
'Pryce to contend with, along with
American Allyson Felix.


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ITHEASSOCIATED PRESS
Mo Farah (right) crosses the finish line to win gold. ahead
of Galen Rupp in the men's 10,000-meter final during the
2012 Summer Olympics in London on Saturday. Rupp won
the silver medal.

Farah wins Olympic


10,000, American


Rupp takes silver


The Associated Press

LONDON Mo Farah
won -the 10,000 meters
at the London Olympics
to give Britain three gold
medals in track and field
in about one hour on Sat-
urday night.
The Somali-born Farah
kicked away from a big
pack coming into the fi-
nal straight and won in 27


minutes, 30.42 seconds,
holding off training part-
ner Galen Rupp of the
United States, who took
silver in 27:30.90.
Tariku Bekele finished
in 27:31.43 to pick up
bronze for Ethiopia.
Earlier Saturday, Jessica
Ennis won the heptath-
lon and Greg Rutherford
won the long jump for
Britain.


Hornets
From Page 1B
"I've never had a class
with so few seniors as we
had last year," the coach
said. "It was devastating.
You've got to have some
older kids to lead. Some-
body on the field has to
step up and be that leader
when you have a lot of
young kids out there. But
that should be our great-
est strength this year. Ev-
erybody on both sides of
the ball has seen a lot of
football.
"For the seniors, it's
their last year. They've
been in a lot of battles, so
they've got to step up and
make plays for us when it
counts."
In lower class football,
experience might never be
more valuable than it is on
the offensive and defen-
sive lines.
Cottondale's offensive
front five will have three
senior starters in Eli Jack-
son, Ladell Johnson, and
Michael Williams, .who


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will be joined by juniors
Brian Slesser and Derrick
Wilson.
With an experienced line
and experienced skill play-
ers, the Hornets should be
a much-improved offen-
sive team this season.
"There are some good
kids up front, so our run-
ning backs are happy,"
Melvin said. "You hope
.that they'll be able to exe-
cute at a high level. With so
many returners, we should
be able to execute, but
football is a crazy game. If
they come out and decide
they want to work and
play hard every week, we'll
be fine. But that's up to
them."
The. Hornets will need
another big year from
Vann, who had a breakout
season carrying the ball as
a junior, and will be count-
ed on again to carry the
heaviest load in the CHS
rushing attack.
Melvin said the senior
has not only improved as
a player, but has become a
more vocal presence in the
locker room:


"He's gotten bigger and
stronger and he'll carry
that onto the field, but his
leadership ability is com-
ing around," he said. "He's
responding to the younger
guys, telling them what the
expectations are. It's the
same thing with Eli and
Jacquez."
The coach said that all
of his veteran players are
sending the message that
another one-win sea-
son is not acceptable in
2012.
"They don't want anoth-
er 1-9 season. They want
to go out with a better re-
cord than that," he said.
"They've worked hard this
summer to try to make sure
it doesn't happen again."
The Hornets will have
their hands full in a five-
team district, .with de-
fending champion Vernon
and runner-up Sneads the
favorites in the league in
many minds.
It won't get any easier
in the non-conference
schedule, which includes
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Excuses, excuses


I've heard a lot of folks
complaining about the
recent heat wave and,
to a point, I agree with
them. It's been too hot, no
doubt, and I do detest be-
ing too hot. Matter of fact,
the only negative thing
about being a penniless
Southerner is having to
stay in the South through
all of July and August. I
mean, two solid months
of looking at fat guys who
should never remove
their shirts in public and
women who should've
thought twice before put-
ting on shorts? Geez!
On the other hand, this
year the oppressive torrid
temperatures and murder-
ous heat indices saturated
this part of the country at
a pretty opportune mo-
ment as far as I'm con-
cerned. They showed up
right on the heels of one of
my infamous runs of bad
fishing luck. For two solid
weeks before we all began
to simmer in our own
juices, every fellow angler
I know was catching fish.
Everyone, that is, except
a certain outdoor writer,
an outdoor writer who
loses credibility when he
doesn't at least get a nibble
now and then. Right now
I couldn't catch a bass in a
bathtub or a catfish out of
a feeding basket.
I desperately needed
a savior, something that
would cover for me until
I was back in the groove.
I got one when the heat
wave struck.
"Been catching' any?"
they ask.
"Not fishing right now," I
reply. "It's too hot."
"You know, you're right,"


LAKE SEMINOLE
Bass are fair. For about
an hour after daylight, it
is possible to catch some
pretty good fish by throw-
.ing topwater baits on the
flats. The best spots are
areas where submerged
hydrilla lies in 3 to 5 feet
of water a short distance
from a deep-water drop-
off. When the sun is high,
move to the creeks and
fish deeper hydrilla beds
in 15 to 20 feet of water.
Texas-rig worms pulled
through'the grass are
working well.
Hybrids are good early
and late on the flats. Use
topwater plugs or crank-
baits when they surface.
Crappies are slow. Look
for them on channel
ledges at 10 to 15 feet and
fish minnows.
Bream are very good on
shallow-water sandbars.
Catfish are slow, but
some channel cats have
been taken on stinkbaits
along the river channels.


LAKE EUFAULA
Bass are fair. Smaller


BobKornegay
Outdoors Columnist

they respond. I'll bet that's
tough on somebody like
you."
"Bubba, you don't
know how tough," I sadly
conclude.
Ah, excuses. Where
would inept fishermen,
hunters and campers be
without them? Thinking
about the latest one, I can't
help but recall some great
ones in my past and, likely,
my future.
As in...
"My gosh, that bass
weighed 10 pounds if
it weighed an ounce!
How on earth could you
lose her this close to the
boat?!"
"Oops," I reply. "I tied
on a barbless hook by
mistake."
"I told you that was
a wrong turn, Bob. We
should have been at the
fishing camp two hours
ago."
"What wrong turn," I
counter. "You really want
to miss out on this gor-
geous scenery and great
exercise? What kind of
outdoorsman are you
anyhow?"
"My gosh, Bob. You
missed that duck by a
mile."
"It's this new gun," I
avow. "It isn't quite broken
in."
"My gosh, Bob. You


missed that duck by a
mile."
"It's this old gun. It's
worn out." (Flip-flop ex-
* cuses are true treasures.)
"I can't for the life of
me believe you'd have
the nerve to come home
this late! Where have you
been?!"
"Cletus asked me to stop
by and see that big striper
he had mounted," I said.
"I had to help him drink
the beer. You know the
boy didn't need that whole
case."
There are more.
)) "I had every intention
of catching this turtle.
Anyone can catch those
big bluegills when they're
bedding. It takes talent to
hook a wary terrapin."
)) "No, 'fell' is a poor
choice of words. I jumped
into this stump hole, son.
I saw a flock of mallards
pitching in and needed a
quick place to hide."
)) "Yes, as a matter of fact.
these are blond hairs on
my shirt. Clete just bought
a really friendly golden
retriever. You know how
they shed."
"Of course I don't have
any doves in my game
bag. You never heard of
shoot and release?"
)) "It's not that I couldn't
put you onto fish today.
It's this dadgum baro-
metric pressure. See? It
says so right here on my
thermometer."
)) "Oh, yeah, you're right.
A thermometer measures
temperature, doesn't it?
What I meant was, it's too
dang hot to fish."
Never hesitate to fall
back on an old standard in
a pinch.


fish can be caught early in good on the river of late.
the day on buzzbaits and Though it is too hot for
other topwater offerings, many anglers to brave
Look for grassy areas on the daytime tempera-.
the main lake for the best tures, several good catfish
topwater bite. The best catches are reported by
bass fishing remains on night fishermen, primarily
the river channel ledges. anglers fishing the banks
Look for water 10 to 15 near the tailwaters of both
feet deep and fish large, dams. Good numbers of
deep-running crankbaits pan-size fish are reported.
for the best results. Jigs Larger individual cats may
and Texas-rig worms may be caught while anchored
also pay dividends, downstream from the tail-
Hybrids are good and waters. Use shad, cut bait,
schooling early and late worms, or frozen shrimp.
over the ledges. There is Bass are slow. The best
a lot of surface activity largemouth bite comes on
from multiple fish schools. topwater baits very early
Catch these fish with a in the morning. Work the
shad-imitating crankbait. banks and slow-water
Crappies are fair. Ledges areas with something very
in 15 to 20 feet of water noisy, such as a Torpedo or
have been giving up some Devils Horse.
pretty good fish in moder- Bream are fair on crick-
ate numbers. ets and worms. Drop-fish
Bream are good. Even deep water along steep
a few hefty shellcrackers banks for the best results.
have been taken. Use red Bluegills will make up
wigglers. most of the catch.
Generation schedules, pool levels,
and other such information for
LAKE ANDREWS/ area waterways may be obtained
CATTAHOOCHEE by calling toll-free 1-888-771-888-771-4601.
Follow the recorded instructions
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LONDON A few
hours after the U.S. men's
boxing team thought it
was done at the Olym-
pics, amateur boxing's
governing body decided
Errol Spence deserved to
fight on. .
AIBA overturned Spen-
ce's loss to Indian welter-
weight Krishan Vikas
late Friday night, five
hours after the de-
fense-mindedVikas ap-
parently clutched and
grabbed his way to a
13-11 victory.
After the American
team protested the re-
sult, AIBA's competition
jury reviewed the bout
and ruled Vikas had
committed nine hold-
ing fouls in the third
round alone. He also


intentionally spit out his
mouthpiece in the second
round, which should have
resulted in at least four
points of deductions.
Spence advanced into
the quarterfinals to face
Russia's AndreyZamkovoy
on Tuesday. If he wins, the
American men's team will
avoid leaving the Olym-
pics with no medals for


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the first time ever.
Spence felt he had won
the bout afterward, ex-
pecting his hand to be
raised in the ring, but
wasn't terribly surprised
whenVikas got the nod.
The welterweight from
Dallas already was the
last man standing after
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Dear Annie: I have a beautiful 3-month-
old daughter. We live close to my parents,
and they babysit "Abby" all the time.
Here's the problem. At my last dental
visit, my dentist told me about a study
that says adults with bad oral hygiene
can transmit bacteria to children
through kissing and sharing utensils,
causing tooth infections in the kids.
My mom hasn't been to a dentist in
years. When I told her about the study
and suggested she get a checkup, she
blew up at me and now refuses to see her
granddaughter. I realize my mother has
a phobia, but I thought she'd make the
effort for Abby's sake. How can I make
her understand that this is not an attack
on her, but about the well-being of my
daughter?
CLEAN TEETH IN PENNSYLVANIA

Dear Penn: Tooth decay is caused by
specific germs and is more common
among young children than any other
chronic illness. Some of this is caused by
poor brushing and flossing, too much


" I have wondered for years why
the open ocean is called "the
bounding main."
M.L.E., Trappe, Md.
Answer: In 1880, a children's song about
sailing on the ocean was written called
"Sailing, Sailing." (It's also known by
the first line, "Sailing, sailing, over the
bounding main.")
The song was written by Godfrey
Marks, a pseudonym for British organ-
ist and composer James Frederick Swift
(1847-1931). This is the earliest refer-
ence I can find that calls the ocean "the
bounding main." If any reader has ad-
ditional information, please let


Albert Einstein said,'"When you are courting
a nice girl, an hour seems like a second. When
you sit on a red-hot cinder, a second seems like
an hour. That's relativity."
Oh, that his Theory of Relativity were that
easy.
When you are playing an easy contract, five
minutes seems like a second. When you are in
an impossible contract, five minutes quickly
runs up to 10 minutes.
If today's deal looks familiar, you read yester-
day's column. Then, South, in three no-trump,
won the first trick with dummy's heart ace and
played on clubs to get home. 4
Now suppose that South plays low from the
board at trick one. What should happen?
South's three-no-trump response showed a
good 12 to 15 points, a balanced hand, fewer
than four spades (no negative double), and at
least one heart stopper. His hand is nearly per-
fect; it would be improved with a second heart
stopper.
After declarer plays low from the dummy, East
wins with his king. But what does he do next?
West's lead must be a singleton or the higher
card of a doubleton. So South has two heart
stoppers. And dummy's club suit is threatening
to provide sufficient tricks for the contract.
Since plowing on with hearts won't be good
enough, East should shift to a diamond. And
given dummy's singleton nine, he ought to lead
the 10.
This establishes three diamond tricks to go
with the heart king and a club winner.
When working on one suit looks as though it
will not defeat the contract, look at the other
choices, however long that takes you.


sugar in the diet, and relying exclusively
on bottled water, which usually doesn't
have fluoride. But it also happens when
saliva is transferred to the baby's mouth
by eating from the same spoon, sharing
cups and utensils, letting your toddler
put your toothbrush in his mouth, or
kissing the baby on the mouth if you
have poor dental hygiene. Only those
with active tooth decay can spread this
bacteria. So when you blow on a bite of
food, touch it to your mouth and then
feed it to your baby, you may be transfer-
ring bacteria.
Your mother's phobia is so severe that
she has chosen not to see her grandchild
rather than submit to a dentist. This not
only damages her relationship with Abby,
but risks her physical health, as poor
dental hygiene can lead to heart disease.
But there is a simpler solution. Please
explain all this to Mom and ask her to
be careful around Abby. Then wipe the
baby's teeth, tongue and inner cheeks
with a clean, wet cloth every few hours,
whether she's around Mom or not.


me know.

Q: I am a fan of "The Godfather"
movies. What happened to
Robert Duvall? He was excellent
in the role of Tom Hagen, but he did not
return for the final movie.
M.B., Covina, Calif.
Answer: Robert Duvall wanted $5 mil-
lion to reprise his role of Tom Hagen in
"The Godfather: Part III." The guys with
the purse said "no," and Duvall was re-
placed by George Hamilton as lawyer B.J.
Harrison. A line of dialogue was inserted
that explained that Hagen had died years
before.


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.
"UO J NDEO RFJWW BK FDUO KNDXJ,

UOJ KMMN ANMZ OBTLJN."

- ROMWJZ GWJDEOJZ

"FO G U'R G RMB K V DU EOJ T ?"

- KGNDR ODWUMT


Previous Solution- "I just think that things should be allowed to run their course,
and not turned into a Disney ride." Fiona Shaw
TODAY'S CLUE: slenba V
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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.
"H PJJB BHOJ H YUABM SJ BHOJTJM

VU LT UBM FUATM YHCYBHTZ UT L CAZ

PUC VFJ BLRV PHXJ KJLCR."

- TJHB KUATZ


Previous Solution: "The rich swell up with pride, the poor from hunger."
- Sholem Aleichem
"What's a soup kitchen?" Paris Hilton
TODAY'S CLUE: 9 slenbea
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Annime's Mailbox


World
Almanac
Today is the 218th day of
2012 and the 47th day of
summer.
TODAY'S HISTORY: In
1884, the cornerstone for
the Statue of Liberty was
installed on Bedloe's Is-
land in New York Harbor.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
Guy de Maupassant (1850-
1893), novelist/writer;
John Huston (1906-1987),
director; Neil Armstrong
(1930- ), astronaut; Loni
Anderson (1945- ), ac-
tress; Patrick Ewing (1962-
), basketball player; Adam
Yauch (1964-2012), rap-
per; Carl Crawford (1981-
), baseball player.
TODAY'S FACT: Norma
Jean Baker began using
the name Marilyn Monroe
in 1946, but did not legally
change her name until
1956.
TODAY'S QUOTE: "Patrio-
tism is a kind of religion;
it is the egg from which
wars are hatched." Guy
de Maupassant
TODAY'S NUMBER: 70,000
- average daily flights
in the United States, ac-
cording to the National
Air Traffic Controllers
Association.


15
17
18
19
21
23
24
27
29
30

34

37
38
39
41


Horoscopes

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
Be up front and forthright
about requesting favors,
and you're more likely to
be granted what you ask
of others.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.22)
- Keep your expectations
within reasonable bounds
when negotiating a deal
with another.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
- Don't hesitate to disas-
sociate yourself from your
associates or co-workers -
in order to achieve an im-
portant objective, if you -
find they can't emulate A
your ambition and drive. 1
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 5
22) If you want to do 10
your best in a competi- 12
tive involvement, playing 131
the game must be more
important to you than 14
winning. 15
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- 16
Dec. 21) Although there
are usually some com- 18
plications involved, joint
ventures look to be prom- 23
ising for you. 26
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- 27
Jan. 19) Unless you and 30
your mate are in accord 32
on the major and minor
points of an important is-
sue, little of value will be 35
achieved. 36
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-
Feb. 19) Be very care- 37
ful about your spending 38
habits if you are shopping 39
with someone who isn't
as materially fortunate as
you.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March L
20) Don't put yourself
in the position of hav-
ing to make a choice be-
tween spending time with 13
someone you like and ,
with someone you're ob-
ligated to.
ARIES (March 21-April 23
19) An activity that ap- 3
peals to you might not be
as equally tantalizing to 34
another, so don't foist it
on him or her.
TAURUS (April 20-May
20) Try to relax and en- 42
joy life a bit, but don't do 50
so, at the expense of ne-
glecting a big responsibil-
ity or major duty.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
Although you'll be both 8-4
industrious and ,clever,
you could easily yield to
extravagant whims that
would diminish returns.
CANCER (June 21-July 1
22) Do your best to
keep your emotions on
an even keel so that you 8
don't suffer any sudden
mood swings that could 12
frustrate everyone with
whom you have dealings. 14


NEA Crossword Puzzle


ACROSS
Regard
Cowboys'
charges
Fabric for
sails
Agency
Mountain-
eer's coup
Used-car
deal
Navy or
vanilla -
Narrow
inlet
Sanctioned
Reached
across
School
org.
Puffin kin
Danger
Blows, as a
volcano
Increased
sharply
Fragrant
trees
Dropped a
clue
Metric
pound
Gigantic
bird of myth
PC key
Not kosher
Kind of
scout


45 National
bird of
Australia
46Squishy
50 Rich, as
farmland
53 Took a
snooze
55 Less
trusting
56 Icy
downpours
57 Teen lingo
58 Ferber or
Millay
DOWN
1 Urn
2 Andes
empire
3 Roulette
bets
4 Opposite
of ruddy
5 Color
6 Hosp. areas
7 Not fake
8 Cartoon
chipmunk
9 Woodpecker's
treat
10 Hack's
vehicle
11 Waltz king
12 Kind of
muffin
17 Pen fluid


Answer to Previous Puzzle
STUMP FAV OR
RETIRE TIRADE
SEASON BLENDS
C C OTT OMSZ E
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beat phenom
21 Beethoven's 40 Wolfish
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22Ape studier 41 Goes at an
Fossey easy gait
23 Delt 42 Harsh calls
neighbor 43 Eurasian
24 Safari range
25 Volkswagen 44 Silent
kin screen
28 Mile. in temptress
Barcelona 47 Forthright
29 Faint, with 48 Frat Z
"over" 49 Gridiron
31 Sanskrit meas.
dialect 51 Storage box
32 Ninjas' 52Trouser
leaders part
33 Banned 54 Stein filler
insecticide


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ACROSS
Rather you
- lme
Motor
coach
Cow's
mouthful
Met role
Latin 101
word
"Do
- say!"
Spaghetti
toppers
Prompt
Leer
Rowboat
seat
Depose
Flapjack
chain
House
coat?
Hard to
find
Hosp.
staffer
Date
regularly
(2 wds.)
High
school
memento
"So long!"
Bath cake
Chops fine
Broad
bean


43 Grass
fungus
45 Seasoned
vet (2 wds.)
47 Day one
50 Contented
murmur
51 Ready to
party
(2 wds.)
54 Boxing stat
55 Drains, as-
energy
56 Tells tales
57 "Just a -!"
58 Install, as a
carpet
59 Big
celebration
DOWN
1 Soft lid
2 Rushes off
3 Economist
Smith
4 France or
China
5 Bird
features
6 Home page
addr.
7 Ocean tang
8 Tree with
pods
9 Commandeer
10 Attempt to
slim down '
13 Weekend
wear (hyph.)


Answer to Previous Puzzle


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CANVAS
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Champagne
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22 Soldiers
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ferry
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arms
26 - bind
28 Inquire
30Tibetan
gazelle
31 Alphabet
trio
32Textile
colorer
33 Positive
response
35 Host's
request


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exams
39 Drab colors

normal
41 Cereal box
remnant
42 Impromptu
(2 wds.)
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rocks
45 Feedbag
46 By mouth
48 Singer
Brickell
49 Cal ndar
52 MPG
monitorsels
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La Toya Jackson to get a reality show
NEWYORK Oprah Winfrey has tapped La Toya
Jackson to star in her own reality show.
"Life with La Toya" is described as a "candid look"
inside Jackson's life as she juggles family, friends
and business. It will air next year on Winfrey's TV
network, OWN.
She isn't the first Jackson to get a reality show.
"The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty" aired for six epi-
sodes on A&E. It followed Jermaine, Jackie, Marlon
and Tito Jackson.

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Serena W'lliams wins Olympic gold


The Associated Press

'WIMBLEDON, England As
Serena Williams stood atop the
medal podium, her career Gold-
en Slam complete thanks to an
Olympic rout, the gusty wind on
Centre Court blew the U.S. flag
off its pole midway through the
national anthem.
Old Glory came to rest in front
of the Royal Box.
"It was probably flying to
come hug me because the
flag was so happy," Williams
said.
Williams wore a smile herself
after she became only the sec-
ond woman to achieve a Golden
Slam, winning the most lopsided
women's final in Olympic his-
tory Saturday by beating Maria
Sharapova 6-0, 6-1.
The victory completed a re-
markable run of domination by
the No. 4-seeded Williams, who
lost only 17 games in six matches
en route to her first singles gold


Serena Williams reacts during her women's singles gold medal match
against Maria Sharapova at the All England Lawn Tennis Club at Wimbledon,
in London, at the 2012 Summer Olympics on Saturday. Williams defeated
Sharapova, winning the gold medal.


medal. She went 13-0 this sum-
mer at the All England Club,
where. she won her fifth Wimble-
don title a month ago.
It took the No. 3-seede.d


Sharapova 45 minutes to win a
game, and by then she trailed 6-
0, 3-0. Williams dominated with
her serve and repeatedly blasted
winners from the baseline, tak-


ing a big swing with almost every
stroke despite the windy condi-
tions on Centre Court.
Williams said the tournament
was the best she has played from
start to finish.
"I was so focused here," she
said. "I remember I was serving
and I was thinking: 'Serena, this
is your best chance to win a gold
medal. You're at Wimbledon,
you're on grass, you play great
on grass, pull it together, just win
this.' And that's what I thought
about."
The career Golden Slam was
first achieved by Steffi Graf, who
did it when she won at the Olym-
pics in 1988 after sweeping all
four major titles.
"Growing up watching her, I
always liked her," Williams said.
"Having a chance to be men-
tioned in the same name I
always thought, OK, one person
I'll never be mentioned in the
same name is Steffi Graf. She's
done everything."


Williams can add the gold
medal to her 14 Grand Slam sin-
gles championships, the most of
any active woman. She's the first
player to achieve a Golden Slam
in both singles and doubles.
And she's not done in Lon-
don. Williams and her sister Ve-
nus, pursuing their third gold
in doubles, were scheduled
to play in the semifinals later
Saturday.
Sharapova completed a career
Grand Slam in June by winning
the French Open, but Williams
beat her for the eighth consecu-
tive time. The most one-sided
previous women's final was in
1920, when Suzanne Lenglen of
France beat Dorothy Holman of
Britain 6-3, 6-0.
Top-seeded Victoria Azaren-
ka of Belarus won the bronze
by beating No. 14-seeded Ma-
ria Kirilenko of Russia 6-3,
6-4. Sharapova's loss allowed
Azarenka to retain the No. 1
ranking.


Bryan brothers win doubles gold at Wimbledon


The Associated Press

WIMBLEDON, England In
his final feat of athleticism at the
Olympics, Bob Bryan caught his
brother.
Mike Bryan leaped into his
twin's arms after they completed
a career Golden Slam by winning


the gold medal in doubles Satur-
day, beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
and Michael Llodra of France 6-
4, 7-6 (2).
"For those moments, you don't
plan them," Mike said. "I usually
jump, and he usually holds me."
"That's the longest we've
hugged," Bob said. "We've spent


50,000 hours together, and prob- ranked- as the No. 1 doubles sprinted across the court to re-
ably 30,000 on the court, work- team for the seventh time in trieve a shot near the backstop,
ing our butts off to get here. That nine years. flipping a lob over his shoulder
hug right there was a culmina- En route to the title, the Bry- with his back to the net.
tion of it all." ans won six tiebreakers in five "Any other match, I probably
The Americans, who are three- rounds, and the final was tight would have let that point go,"
time Olympians, won the bronze throughout, with only one ser- he said. "I said, 'I think I can get
in 2008. They've won 11 major vice break. there.' I'm 34, but I've still got
titles together and finished 2011 The last point was a doozy. Bob some spring in my legs."


Olympics: Swinning


Americans take medals in mutliple swimming events


The Associated Press

LONDON Seventh at the
turn, an Olympic champion at
the end.
Make it 17 gold medals for Mi-
chael Phelps.
Was there any other way to go
out in the final individual race of
his career?
With those long arms whirling
through the water, Phelps was
next-to-lastwhen he touched the


wall at the far end of the pool in
the 100-meter butterfly but in a
familiar position when he made
the touch that counted Friday -
his name atop the leaderboard,
a smile on his face, another gold
medal around his neck.
In what might be viewed as a
symbolic changing of the guard
from America's retiring swim-
ming star to the next big thing,
17-year-old Missy Franklin set
a world record in the 200 back-


stroke, her third gold in Lon-
don. Another American teen,
19-year-old Elizabeth Beisel,
claimed the bronze in that
race.
Right after Phelps was done,
15-year-old Katie Ledecky the
youngest member of the U.S.
team nearly broke the world
record to win gold in the 800
freestyle, denying Britain's Re-
becca Adlington a repeat before
her home fans.


France won its fourth gold at
the pool, its best showing ever,
as Florent Manaudou young-
er brother of 2004 gold medal-
ist Laure Manaudou shocked
defending Olympic champion
and world-record holder Ce-
sar Cielo of Brazil in the 50
freestyle.
Manaudou touched in 21.34
and pounded the water out in
Lane 7, then got a big hug from
his sister as soon as he:climbed


from the pool. Cullen Jones of
the United States took silver in
21.54, while Cielo was left with
bronze in 21.59. Anthony Er-
vin, the 2000 Olympic cham-
pion who came back from an
eight-year retirement, finished
fifth after getting off to a. poor
start.
"I'm tired," said Cielo, still only
25 but the world's top sprinter
for the last four years. "Age takes
its effect."


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Olympics: Men's Tennis


L Federer, Murray play for gold


The Associated Press

WIMBLEDON, England
- Roger Federer leaned
on the net, exhausted but
exhilarated after winning
the final set 19-17 to earn
his first Olympic singles
medal.
"It has been a long time
coming," he said.
The wait included an
Olympic marathon Friday,
when Federer played for
four hours, 26 minutes to
beat Juan Martin del Potro
of Argentina 3-6, 7-6 (5),
19-17. It was the longest
three-set men's match of
the Open era.
"I definitely got a sense
that it was something spe-
cial," the top-seeded Fe-
derer said. "The deeper we
went into the match, the
more I thought, 'Wow, this
is so cool to be part of a
match like this.'"
Federer converted only
two of 13 break-point
chances, the second com-
ing in the next-to-last
game, and had several ner-
vous moments. But he held
serve 12 times in the final
set to stay in the match.
With the comeback victo-
ry, the four-time Olympian
is assured at least a silver.
Today he'll play in the final
against No. 3 Andy Murray
of Britain, who beat No. 2
Novak Djokovic of Serbia
7-5, 7-5.
Federer and Swiss team-
mate Stanislas Wawrinka
won the gold in doubles in
2008. But Federer had been
0 for 3 in Olympic singles,
the biggest blemish on
a resume that includes
a record 17 Grand Slam
championships.
His latest title came
at Wimbledon a month
ago against Murray,
who relishes the shot at
a rematch on the same
court.
"I hope it's a great match,"
Murray said, "because the
way the matches went
today, I think the tourna-
ment deserves a great fi-
nal. I hope we can provide
that."
For duration, Federer's
latest victory didn't rival
John Isner's 70-68 final-
set win at Wimbledon in
2010, or even Jo-Wilfried
Tsonga's 25-23 win in the
third set at the Olympics
this week. But the match
offered epic drama magni-
fied by the setting and the
stakes for Federer.
He improved to' 12-0
this summer at' the All
England Club, including
a record-tying seventh
Wimbledon title a month
ago.
There were no match
points until the final game.
After a couple of wobbly
moments by Federer, in-
cluding a double fault, he
sealed the victory when
Del Potro dumped a back-
hand in the net.
Federer lifted his arms
in jubilation, then leaned
wearily on the net while
awaiting congratulations
from the big Argentine.
They shared a warm
embrace.


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
-Roger Federer gestures toward his wife and coaches after
defeating Juan Martin del Potro at the All England Lawn Tennis
Club in Wimbledon, London, at the 2012 Summer Olympics
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4 850-526-2892/209-2891 4m Suntracker 2010 Pontoon -21' Fishing Barge,
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3BR 2BA House, split floor plan, cathedral ceil- 2006 Keystone Sydney Outback Travel Trailer
ings, located on golf course, $240, 000 850,526- M-31 RQS. 31 feet long. Large slide, sleeps 8-10.
5269 Large outside awning. Excellent shape. Always
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Beautiful home in Highlands with view ,,of&
golf course and lake. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths.
huge great room with trey ceiling, separate 2003 Keystone Cougar 5th Wheel Series 276
dining room. great eat-in kitchen, hard- EFS. 28 ft w/living room slide, 19' color TV,
wood floors, gas fireplace, rocking chair AM/FM/CD stereo system. Everything works,
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Sit bumpers, and some
F new. Owned for 42
Fixer Upper home located in the Cityof years, stored inside. It has a chevy rearend,
Newville. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Living room front disc brakes and set up for chevy
(Could be used as 3rd bedroom), Dining 350/350. $11,000. Also have a223 cu. In.
engine and complete front end out of a
room, Den, Inside Laundry, Pantry, Large 1956 FORD truck. Can be seen in Daleville.
wrap around front porch, Outside storage Call 1-334-301-0669 or 1-251-610-6644.
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Ha Front and Back Seat. Carouflage, Lexus '05 ES330 1-owner, low mileage,
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Has Poly windshield, Ranger Rooftop, roof $15,000. 334-797-2888.
Good Condition $10,500 334-355-1426 Lexus '06 IS 250 AWD, loaded, 74,000 miles,
850-526-5621
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w- owner, 36K miles,
15' SEACYCLE LIMO. 4 SEAT PONTOON excellent condition,
maintenance records,
BOAT WITH TWIN PEDAL PROPELLERS. 287 HP 3.51 aluminum v6,
PERFECT FOR THE LAKE! WITH CUSTOM 6-speed manual transmission, nose bra, Gray in
FABRIC COVERS. 'NEW $3,200 + COVERS. color, cloth interior, all power, LOADED $16,000
WILL SACRIFICE FOR $2,000. 334-790-2188 o 334-393-2773
1988 Procraft Fiberglass Boat, 19V2 ft. with 1996 Tp70K mi, Leather, Sunroof,
150 hp mercury engine & steel trailer w/spare, 6-disc JBL Audio, Loaded,
elec. trolling motor, live wells, $3700 OBO 850- i 1 Excellent Condition, Asking
-482-3247 ~ $13,800 OBd. 334-726-2854.
BAYLINER '96, 18' CAPRI SKI BOAT W/FORCE
120 HP O/B MOTOR &TRAILER. COMPLETELY Toyota '08 Prius Hybrid
REFINISHED. NEW FACTORY UPHOLSTERY. 41K miles, 1-owner, Blue in color,
LOOKS LIKE NEW. $8,000. BOAT ACCESSORY Bluetooth, Cloth Interior
PACKAGE: SKI ROPES, TUBES, LIFE JACKETS, Averages 42 Miles to the Gallon
MOARING WHIPS $1,000. 334-790-2188Al
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bimini top; aluminum trailer w/spare. $10,500, Harley Davidson '01 Sportster 883XL
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5035 Hwy 90
Marianna FL 32446






Cresh Harrison 850.482-1700
Stacy Borges 850-573-1990
REDUCED $109,900
i OREEN MEADOWS
kradtvinio. located in
ZI irhl.nna. Just off Hwy



neutral colors, insulated windows and doors. Carpe & .
#240172 CAL CRE nI HARRISON s5t-42-17n
INDIAN SPRINGS BEAUTY
ASKING $339,933




ENTER YOUR DREAM HOME... Executive Home siting on 4 acres
with a privacy setting! Perfect for Entertaining with over 3100 sq ft
Spacious kitchen with breakfast bar & Eleclrolux touch screen cook top.
The living ......., i 2 ft high. with built in book
shelves! rl ,-, .. : This true 4 bedroom 3 bath
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K IG $64,900 PRODUCING Located
?350 Hwy 73 S0outh
lh is currently a day
Si.-, frontage.... Please
Sback of home! Being sold "ASIS" Sienant,glewide
no value bu wi convey wih he sale. Call for your personal showingent for
S odall CRES ARRISONrsh arrso- or Stacy42 Bor170s
REDUCED $44,500







BRICK EXECUTIVE HOME IN WATSON HEIGHTS! Here is
are looki for.. 5 bedrooms. 5.5 baths, 2 offices,large family om
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peerbath! The below rade office has the built in cabinets you dream
no value but will con vey with the sase. Call for your personal showing
todayioMLS #246312. Cal lCres Harrisok OR Stacy aBorges n


S REDUCED TO $1399 PR D YBION $349.900




own your chance home in North Oaks SubdivThision. Nice 3has all the rooms youwith
an office or 4th bedrooms. with over 1700 sq ft Enjoy thlarge fasummer daysroom
ovin the belooking the in ground pool with plenty room left in theas a privacy fencedajust
Backyard! 2 Catin for your poolgariage, LARGE util kitchen has plenty orag cabinets. Enjoy
a cenup of coco relaxine 30 24 familyroomn of he wood burning fireplace. Call tond
a greaust bar area hEverybe droonhinthis home s A wis going in cloSELL fas MetS 245253 CALL STACY
own bath! The belowgrade office has the built in cabinets you dream
1 about! The master keifroom has a wood burning replace and 25X7
balcony ,overlooking the pool. Them is a fenced area in she backyrsd, and
a 37X 4 brick RV shelter! FRESHLY PAINTED THRU OU HOME!
MLS RG#247105 (Aor CRESHHACISON OR CRFH GARRISON
REDUCED TO $139,90 PRICED W BELOW


own your ownbhome in Nborth Oaks Subdivision. Nice 3 BR 2 BA wiih
an office or 4th bedroomwith over 1700 s Pt!Enjoy the summer daysft.
intche has been pool with pletely remodeleftd with e privacy fenced
backyard 2 Car garage, LARGE uilityBed room with sa lorage calivinets. Enjoy
a cup of cooor entrertaining in froni of the wood burning firepl youce. Cwarm nll todayhe
because this home is going to SELL fast.. MLS #245253 CA.L -STACY
.s lBORGES l l ( RESI. tlA.RtSmON
IND 4N LISPRINGS HOME- $9.900
OF THIS GREAT
PRICED HOME. A
in 4BR 2BA homeBA
.,,, rover 2000 sq ft. Two
car garage on a t acre fenced lot. Tile flooring thr out except B Rs.
Kitchen has been completely remodeled with a center island and
custom made pantry! Split Bedroom plan with a large living room
foreor entraig. Wood burning fireplace will keep you warm in the
,, I-u," 41.eZ- I"I'I, I 'i 1.N HtI tRt t4 ni.".'n l--31,
I NQUICKSALE$59,900 LISOOKING $189900FR THE PERFECT

Sasove 2acresLag 3BR/2BA e
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J pantry. Newer central A/C & heating unit!
for enertainidong! Comer lot withe mrketvacy W Price to SELL. CLONG!
today! CAtLI, STACY BORGES 50-73-t1990
QUICK SALE $59,900 LOOKING FOR THE PERFECT
qa COUNTRY HOME? Afford city limits
bu has over 2 acres! Large 3BR/2BA over
100 s. Rei on large front porch with
a private setting! Large kitchen w/.huge
pantry. Newer central A/C & heating unit!
Large living area wih separate famwindowsom & woodhave been replaced with
double payne windows! New on the market WILL NOT LAST LONG!
CALL. STACY4 BORGES 85BOR5 73- 19WRe




NEWGRAB THISTING$9,900 AT RENTANCH
HOME ON B ACRES
IN CAMPBELLTONt
Large 4BR/2BA office
off master bedroom!
Large living area with1700 separate family room & wood bfloorningsfirevaulted
Kitchen has lots f cabinet spcenh MBhadoors large walk bmcovered dlosetk garden
looktub with jets, & an office or nursd! Perfect foBeaur thifu roofed play and plfront
porch. Large deck off the breakfast area hat eadsto a fenced ilityard. 2CAwells
& 2 septic tanks. Additional septic & well is sufficient for up to 4 campers.
MLS#45445,TACY alS 5AC E OR CRASH HARISON
not LAST L CALL STACY BORG BEAUTIFUL
CUSTOM RANCH
walking distance to
Baptist Conlege of
rlorida. Very well main-
d . I'CEOF NICE 3BR/2BA brick
with over 1700 sf. Open floor plan with split BR's. Wood floors, vaulted
ceriorgs, hasny upgrades! Frenc doors leading to covered deck rea over-
look beautiful fenced backyard! Perfect for the kids to play and plenty of
loom for a pool Attached 2 car garage and a separate utility room. CA.L
TLC. 247303S TACY BORGES 0-573-1731990








BASCOM -$ DWMH $24,890 P -FE G AWAE
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LCRESOD HARROAS
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