Jackson County Floridan

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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
Publication Date:

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

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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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ACA5476
oclc - 33284558
alephbibnum - 000366625
lccn - sn 95047182
System ID:
UF00028304:01120

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Marianna Floridan

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Water, water everywhere
Poions ofPanhandle see "We've been very lucky," he said. "If
o P we'd gotten what Washington and Walton
12 to 20 inches of rain have gotten, we'd be in trouble."
BYANGIECOOK Compared with those two counties
acook@jcfloridan.com both of which declared local states of
Togr e ri emergency- and others nearby, Jackson
Though relentless rain caused wide- does'appear to have missed the worst of spread damage in' several areas of the it.
Panhandle and wreaked.havoc with the As of Friday afternoon, despite a few plans of Fourth of July revelers from Pen- washouts and felled trees requ iring work sacola to Tallahassee, local officials are crew attention, the county Road and noting Jackson County's good fortune to Bridge Department had only two listings have seen as little rain as we have. on its road status report: Penny Road,
County Emergency Management Di- west of H4ighway 273, which was closed rector Rodney Andreasei, reached for due to water over the road, and the west comment late Friday, was quick to ac- end of Danford Bay Road, which was knowledge the difference between the listed as open to motorists, who were MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
amount of rainfall seen locally and that When this week's storms felled this tree at Wynn Street Park. It missed the play area for 2-to
recorded by our neighbors. See RAIN, Page 8A 5-year-olds, but landed on a playground rocking plane and nearby jungle gym.



ARNETT'S ACRE



Manager overcomes adversity,



nurtures her 1-acre garden
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
A portion of Mississippi Avenue is
By 5:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday and washed out near Ninth Street on Friday
Saturday mornings this summer, Sharon in Lynn Haven, North of Panama City.
Arnett has already made it to Marianna
from her home ,well south of town off *
State Road 73 near the Jackson/Bay/Cal- S
houn County lines. ectiono
By that hour, she's setting up tables and
tending to other duties as manager of the O ST
Marianna City Farmers Market. On Thurs- i,.. days and Saturdays, she has plugged in *
her slowcooker by then, letting one of C OSed
her kale recipe dishes warm up in time osed n
for the arriVal of market visitors. She'll offer them small samples from the pot, and
she'll freely share the recipe if they want. Panhandle
Her husband, Tim, accompanies her on The Associated Press.
Saturdays, helping by putting up market
banners to make the weekend market' day PANAMA CITY Flooding
more festive. prompted road and waterway cloBy the time the market opens each day, sures throughout the rain-soaked
she's had time to fill her own vendor table Florida Panhandle on Friday.
with fresh vegetables and the added-val- Emergency officials from Penue products she created from what she sacola to Panama City encouraged
grows. By 7 a.m., all her fellow market residents to stay off waterlogged
growers are also set up and ready for busi- roads after days of heavy rain.
ness. The buying begins immediateIly, fast DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN Forecasters called for more rain
and furious for the next several hours. Sharon Arnett (left) offers some blueberries, which she helped pick, to Carson Ramsey and his through the next several days.
steeese. The-yougtr weevsiigte oa r.foithi o
Arnett will be the last to leave, tidying upsister, Reese. The youngsters were visiting the local area from their home in Fort'Worth, Texas. In Walton County, a dike break the market venue in Madison Street Park Their grandmother, Nancy Edwards, said she brought the big-city dwellers to the Marianna City caused the U.S. Coast Guard to
SFarmer's Market to give them the experience of seeing fresh fruit and vegetables grown in the close a four-mile section of the
as her last task of the day. Thnar'h me rs re close a :four-mile section of the
country and sold in a more natural gettingth nagoeys r.
to. take careof a few duties downather country and sold in a more natural seingthan grocery store. Inttacoastal Waterway between
own growing operation. Choctawatchee Bay and West Bay
She prepares her growing space with a late Thursday.
hand tiller. "I don't use a tractor it's bet- Coast Guard officials say they
ter exercise to get out and sweat," she received a call from boaters Thursexplained. day .afternoon reporting that the
Her husband, a heavy-equipment op- dike had given way At mile marker
erator, cleared the ground for her initially, 263 between Panama City and
gradually building it from a half-acre to Destin.
its current size over the course of a few The Coast Guard said Friday afseasons. She expects it might grow big- ternoon that the IntercostalWaterger in the future, as well. She grows kale way between mile marker 262 and
and white peas (cream 12s), as well as mile marker 266 inWalton County
black-eyed and purple hull varieties, sev- would remain closed until workers
eral onions varieties, squash, cucumbers could take care of the broken dike.
and a wide array of peppers, including The Walton County Commisjalapeno, habanero, bird's eye, tobacco, sion held a special meeting Frihot and sweet banana peppers, cayenne, day morning to declare a state of
scorpion and ghost chilies, among the emergency because of fldoding
hottest varieties available. Ghost chilies throughout that area.
she said, are "a thousand times" hotter Bay County officials said Friday
than habaneros. that roadways there were open,
She has just 1 acre of land, but she makes after some closings a day earlier.
the most of what she grows at Arnett's The county has set up a Red Cross
Acre. In addition to raw vegetables and shelter in anticipation of more
her slow-cooked samples, Arnett offers a flooding
wide array of added-value products she Thunderstorms caused periodic
created from her produce-things like pep- power outages in the Pensacola
per jelly, crushed pepper seasoning, pep- These jars of salsa, pepper saucecrushed pepperspackets of pepper seasoning and more can area Friday, and many downtown per sauce, dehydrated peppers bagged for be found at the Arnett s Acre vendor table at the Marianna City Farmers Market, along with an roads had standing water. seasoning, and rich red salsa. assortment of fresh vegetables. The National Park Service closed
Making the most of what she has is a Fort Pickens Road, a scenic roadlife philosophy for Arnett, one forged in plants in her garden after having nursed peppers each. She'd also saved some seed way that runs through Gulf Islands the face of adversity that has made her a them along from seed grown in pots last from last year's harvest. National Seashore on the east side
stronger person, she said. December. Among her stock were 400 She did this after the first freeze of the of Pensacola Beach and provides
Her latest challenge threatened to put expensive scorpion- and ghost chili seeds season, not imagining that another would the only accesses to a popular RV her out of business for the 2013 season, that cost her $1per seed, but she expectIn March, she'd planted 1,000 pepper ed them to pay off with yields of 50 to 60 See ARNE1T, Page 7A See PANHANDLE, Page 7A

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JACKSON COUNTY Community Calendar

LID A N SUNDAY, JULY7 i "Dig into Reading" with the Jackson County reservations, call 482-9631.
SAlcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Public Library's Summer Reading Program
Publisher Valeria Roberts 6:30 p.m.at 4349W. Lafayette St. in Marianna Sneads First Baptist Church. Preschool age from THURSDAY, JULY 11
vroberts@jcfloridan.com (in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.). 10-11a.m. and school age 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. For
reservations ca1l:482-9631. ))Jackson County Growers Association/MarAttendance limited to people With a desire to stop,. naCt are' akt- amt nna
h annaCity Farmer's Market 7 a.m. to noon at
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski drinking. i p Republican Club of West Florida Meeting Madison St. Pak in Marianna. Purchase freshfruits
dberski@jcfloridan.com Alcoholics Anonymous Noon at Jim's Buffet& Grill in Marianna. Guest
) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting- 8 p.m. in and vegetables grown by local farmers.
CONTACT US- the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, speaker will be state representative for District 4g
CONTACT US -5429 College Drioomof Campbellto-Graceville Hospital Matt Gaetz. It is not necessary to be a club member )) Distribution of Jackson County Farmers
Telephone: 850-5263614 5429 College Drive, Graceville. or a Republican to attend. Call 352-4984. Market Coupons 9-10 a.m. at Malone City Hall,
FAX: 850-.482-4478 M D 8 Optimist Club of Jackson County Board Meet- Sneads City Hall and Graceville Senior Citizens.
FAX: 8. MONDAYJULY8 ON t 47 t Individuals applying mustbe at least 60 years of
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com ing Noon at 4476 Broad St. Marianna. age, reside in Jackson County and provide proof of
aChildren's Summer Feedmng Program -MornMailingAddress: ng snack at 9 a.rn and lunch at noon at St. James )) Orientation Noon to3 p.m. at Goodwill Career i come, Social Security card and Florida picture ID.
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447 A.M.E. Church, 2891 Orange St. in Mari anna. Free Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn about Call 263-4650 or 263-2774.
Street Addiress: AM.Cuc,29 rneS.i ainare and register for free services Call 526-0139. DSrn/umr ~ Sl 9~.t
Street Address: program is available Monday-Friday for children and register for free services Call 526-0139. n SpringSummer Clothing Sale 9 a.m.to
4403 Constitution Lane through age 18. Morning snacks such as milk, juice, Sewing Circle -1p.m. at Jackson County Senior I p.m. at St. Anne Thrift Store, St. Anne Catholic
Marianna, FL32446 cereal, and lunch items such assandwiches and Citizens, 29310 Optimist Dhive in Marianna. Call 482- Church in Marianna. Call 482-3734.
Office Hours: wraps will be served. This is an open walk-in site, no 5028. )) Chipola Civic Club Meeting- Noon at The Oaks
Weekdays, 8 am. to 5 p.m. pre-registration is required. Call 850-615-2934. )) "Dig Into Reading" with the Jackson County Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus,
a "Dig Into Reading" with the Jackson County Public Library's Summer Reading Program isthe local community, "Community, Children & MISS YOUR PAPER? Public Library's Summer Reading Program y Grand Ridge City Hall. Preschool age from 2-3 Character" Oall 526-3142.
You Bascom Community Center. Preschool age from p.m. and school age 3:15-4:15pm. For reservations Job Club Noon to 3 p.m.at the Goodwill Career
You should receive your newspaper no later 9:30-10:30 a.m. and school age 10:45-11:45 a.m. For call 482-9631. Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn job
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- reservations call 482-9631. ))Employability Workshop "Effective Network- seeking/retention skills; get job search assistance. tion between 6 am. and noon, Tuesday to. Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's ing" 2:30 p.m.'at the Marianna One Stop Career Call 526-0139 Friday, and7 an. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The Buffet & Grill. Call 482-2005. Center, 4636 U.S. 90 in Marianna, Visit EmployFlori-., Employability Workshop "Mock Interviewing"
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) "Dig Into Reading" with the Jackson County da.com to register or call7180326. -2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop Career Cenis published Tuesday through Friday and Public Library's Summer Reading Program Dr/Magical Balloons 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the ter, 4636 U.S. 90 in Marianna. VisitEmployFlorida. Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid Mariannaat Citizens Lodge. Preschool age from Mriafna Branch of the Jackson County Public Li-, com td register or call 718-0326. at Marianna, FL 2-3 p.m.and-school age 3:15-4:15 p.m. For reserva- brary, 2929 Green. St. Dr. Magical Balloons lewayne s Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group
tions call 482-9631. Reynolds will present fantisticallyphantasmogonri- 5:30 p.m.at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board
,,ca bllo ceaiosand super silly stories. Cal: ...p..m.. Hospita Cafeteria.Board
SEmployability Workshop "What Employers cal balloon crea tions super silly stories. Ca Room. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by-exSUBSRIPTION RATES are LookingFor 2:30 pm.athMrinna One 4829631, .. ... smokers for those who waht tobecome ex-smokers
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ar Loking For"7 -, 2:30 p.m. at 'the Marianna One
Home delivery: $1L23 per month; $32.83 Stop Career Cerinter, 4636 U.S.90 iin Marianna. Visit n American Legion Post 100 Dinner and Meeting themselves. Call 482-6500. for three months; $62.05 for six months; EmployFlorida.corti to register or call7180326. -.6 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, Post 100, ) Town of Grand Ridge Regular Monthly Council and $123.45 for one year. All prices include n Family Movie Night 5:30-7:30 p.m.at the U.S.90W. in Marianna (next to the Ag Center and Meeting- 6 p.m.r at the Grand Ridge Town Hall. The
applicable state ad local taxes: Mail Graceville Branch of the Jakson County Public Li- National Guard Armory). Veterans are invited. Bring public is invited. Call 592-4621.
appicale tat an loal axe: Milbrary, 5314 B'rown St. The movie, "Gnomeo & Juliet" a side dish or dessert; meat will be furnished by
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail brisafree and open St. The movpublic. Call 482-9631. et the Legion. Guest speaker will be Jerry Dorchuck, )) 6th Annual Summer Concert Series featuring subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months relating the short saga of Sgt. Stubby in WW1. Call Twenty on Red -7-9 pm.at Citizens Lodge in Marlfscipions a $ 14 4 for one Jackson 'County Quilter's Guild Meeting 482-3744 anna. This free event is presented by Jackson County
$92.245:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, Parks and Recreation and Main Street Marianna.
year 3975 US'90 W., MariannA. Business meetings a' e utism Support Group Meeting- 6-7:30 p.m.
fourth Mondays; other Mondays are forprojects, les- in the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall; a Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 8-9 ADVERTISING sons, helpAII quilterselcome. Call 209-7638. Marianna (Clinton Street entrance). Family mem- p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
ADVERTISING sn, Iep.l qiltesweco Cal 200-663. slsSa ne san i irs Iom al t., Mrinna in the Aror mAttndnc liiedt
bers, caregivers and service providers welcome. Call St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited to
The advertiser agrees that the publisher ) Chipola Beekeepers Meeting 6-8 p.m at the 557-7146,573-4666 or 272-6099. people with a desire to stop drinking; papers will not
shall not be liable for damages arising Jackson County Extension Office in Marianna. Bring be signed.
))Ciplaeeeee~s~~in Alcoholicshe Anonym57-466ous Opn7eein-6099b.sgnd
out of errors and advertisements beyond a dish for the potluck supper. Call 573-7063. pm in the AA room First United Methodist the amount paid for the space actually n AlcoholicsAnonymous Open Meeting 8-9 Church 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. FRIDAY, JULY 12
occupied by that portion of the advertise- p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist )) Knitters Nook -10 a.m. atthe Jackson County
ments in which the error occurred, whether Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Maianna. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and experisuch error is due to the negligence of the ) Deadline to enter the Miss Pink Heals Beauty enced knitters are welcomed. Call 482-9631.
publisher's employees or otherwise, and Pageant Entry fee is $30 and photogenic fee is Dig Into Reading' withthe Jackson County Hot Dog Fundraiser/School Supplies Drive there shall be not liability for non-inser- $10. Divisions include: Baby Miss; Tiny Miss, Little Public Library's Summer Reading Program ~ HtDgFnrie/colSple rv tMiss, Junior Miss, Ten M iss and Miss. Pageantis Graceville Civic Center. Preschool age frori 10-11 -11a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Madison Street Park, downtion of any advertisement beyond the open toFlorida, Georgia and Alabama. Proceeds il am. and school age 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. For town Marianna. Two hot dogs, chips and dessert for amount paid for such advertisement. This benefit women and children in the Jacklon County reservations call 482-9631. a $5 donation. Proceeds help buy school supplies
~for children in the dependency system. Donated newspaper will not knowingly accept or area who are battling cancer. Call 209-3068 or a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon school supplies can be dropped off during the event. publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- 693-0953. to 1p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Presented by the Quality Parenting Initiative. Call
ing which expresses preference based on Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 482-9568.
legally protected personal characteristics is TUESDAY, JULY 9 a Basic Computer Class Part 2- Noon to 3 p.m. n Better Breathers Club Meeting 2-3 p.m. in
not acceptable. )) Jackson County Growers Association/Mari- at the GoOdwill Career Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, the Hudnall Building Community Room, Jackson
anna City Farmer's Market -7 a.m. to noon at Marianna. Free class teaches basic components and Hospital Campus, 4230 Hospital Drive in Marianna. HOW TO GETYOUR Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits use of a computer. Call 526-0139. Karmen Sellers, RN, BSN of Jackson Hospital
NEWS PUBLISHED and vegetables grown by local farmers. n?'Dig into Reading" with the Jackson County Emergency Services will present "Knowing Your
Public Library's Summer Reading Program Emergency Room." Bring a friend or caregiver. No
news of general interest free.of charge. 1 p.m. at St. Anne Thrift Store, St. Anne Catholic -, Campbellton at The Gallery. Preschool age from cost to attend, light refreshments will be served. Call Submi yournews oral Co t Cle arge Church in Marianna. Call 482-3734. 2-3 p.m. and school age 3:15-4:15 p.m. For 718-2849.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. The submission deadline for-this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan. P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
anniversary and birth announcements.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. Police RO1U tlLp
Photographs must be of.good quality and
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the MARIANNA POLICE SHERIFF'S OFFICE report of criminal mischief, a Joe Carnley, 26, 4355 Kelson
DEe-sinTrruone call to serve papers/ex- Avenue, Marianna; retail theft.
right tp edit all submissions. DEPARTMENT The Jackson County Sheriffs partee, two civil disputes, two n Otto Jones, 36, 2109 Tanner
GETTING IT RIGHT The Marianna Police De- -.- Office and follow-up investigations, three. Road, Marianna; driving while
partment listed the following -- county fire/res- noise/disturbance calls, one license suspended or revoked.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy incidents for July 4, the latest cue reported the animal complaint (cow), one )) Jeffery Hixson, 22, 1973
is to correct mistakes promptly. To available report: One drunk pe- CRf) ME following inci- animal complaint (horse), one Dove Rest Drive, Marianna;
report an error, please call 526-3614 destrian, one accident without A dents for July 4, report of fraud, one assisting violation of state probation.
Monday-Friday. injury, one highway obstruc- the latest avail- motorist/pedestrian, two re- a Valen Joseph, 24, 4604 28th
tion, one sickness/subject able report: One reckless driver, quests to assist other agencies, St. SW, Lehigh Acres; driving
down, one fire-police response, six suspicious vehicles, two sus- one report of child abuse, one while license suspended or one burglary alarm, nine traffic picious incidents, one informa- Baker Act/transport and two revoked.
stops, one report of larceny, one lion report, one funeral escort, 911 hang-up calls. found/abandoned property, three highway obstructions, 9 Jail Population: 227
one follow-up investigation, three disturbance (verbal) calls, JACKSON COUNTY
two noise/disturbance calls, one hitchhiker/pedestrian, one C FAIITY To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
one ahimal complaint and two report of prowler, one fire (resi- ORRE IONAL FACILI at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
retail theft/shoplifting calls. dential single), 12 medical calls, The following people were agency.
five traffic crashes, five burglary booked into the county jail dtur- To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888I DAN.cO JACKSON COUNTY alarms, eight traffic stops, one ing the latest reportingperiods: 404-FWCC (3922).









Births

Bowen Kyle FaIrc.oth was Robert Eugene Heistand Ava Jane Batchelor was
born June 19 at Jackson III was born June 25 at born June 26 at Jackson
Hospital. He weighed 5 Jackson Hospital. He Hospital. She weighed 7
pounds, 9 ounces and was weighed 7 pounds and pounds, 14 ounces and
19 inches long at birth. was 192 inches long at was 20 inches long
His parents are Carrie birth. His parents are at birth. Her mother is
and Justin Faircloth. His Christian and Robert 'Tiffany Batchelor. Her
grandparents are Curtis Heistand. His grandpar- grandparents are Mary
andBillie Rogers and Rita ents are PeggyTaylor of Ann and Craig Mikell
Faircloth of Marianna, Joe Enterprise, Ala.; Sharon and Chris Batchelor of
Faircloth of Bristol and Shirah and Pewee Shirah south Georgia. She has
Paula Rogers of Coush- of Chipley; Junior Adki- two brothers, Waylon and
atta, LA. son, Betty Adkison and Al- Gabriel, and a special
cus Adkison of Marianna. aunt, Kimberly and Ethan
Braydon.

Brooklynn Morris Jayla Karmen Weeks was
Pets on Parade ~hBokynMri ono uy1a ako
was born June 27 at Jack- born on July I at Jackson
son Hospital. She weighed Hospital. She weighed 7
6 pounds, 14 ounces and pounds, 6 ounces and was
was 19 inches long at 193 inches long at birth.
birth. Her parents are Tif- Her parents are Paige
fany Freeman and Michael Miles and James Weeks.
Morris. Her grandparents Her grandparents are
are Randy L. Freeman of Rhonda Bush of Compass
Sneads, Maggie Horton of Lake, Will Miles and Kathy
Bainbridge, Ga. and Marty Weeks of Cottondlale and
and Lorrie Webb of Grand James Weeks of Roanoke,
Ridge. She has a special,. Va.
aunt and uncle, Amber and
:, Michael Hagan of Sneads.
MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN a o B o Compass
Rascal is a 10- to 12-month-old male Jack Russell who was
found on South Street in Marianna. If you are his owner
or are interested in adopting him, the shelter is at 4011
Maintenance Drive in Marianna. Its hou10 are 10 a.m. to 3 The world is filled with' term "spoiled brat?" It's his word) we are all equal, cover some of 'the flaws P.M. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to p.m. Saturday. people with low self-es- hard for me to ignore writ- so don't be intimidated by -especially in women
The shelter's phone number is 482-4570; the website is
www.partnersforpets, petfinder.com, teem, arrogance and those ,. ing about anyone; there's no reason many feel the pressure
who are confused about situations you cant communicate and need for surgery to rewho they really are. that occur with anyone face to face store their looks. Through
Low self-esteem and in our soci- and eye to eye. the power of television, raarrogance are on oppo- ety that are On the other hand, some dio and the media, many
site sides of the equation. so notice- children have been given have become obsessed
However, one of the things able from everything they would with how they should look
they have in common is Thon as day to day. want from early in their and what they should that the seeds for both are Vincent There are lives. Their parents. have wear. planted in our children at Murphy those who made the mistake of tell- If more people would Special to the Floridan volunteer hours and over- a very young age. have such ing them they are better spend more time improvall support, said Leslie Most; of how we, are low self-esteem that it's than others. We should ing their character and Jackson County.Habitat Fuqua, executive director perceived by our fellow hard for them to have' teach our children to be what's in their hearts, this for Humanity will have its of Jackson County Habi- citizens is a result of the a conversation looking sure. of themselves and would be a much better annual corporate meet- tat for Humanity. atmosphere we were sur- someone straight in their have confidence, but world in which to live.
ing' on Thursday, July 25, Jackson County Habitat rounded by as children. eyes. It makes me won- teaching them the imporat 6 p.m. at the Jackson for Humanity was char- Many people struggle with der what has happened in tance of humility would County Habitat board tered in 1988 and built the their identity through- their lives to make having be a wise decision. Philip
room at 4736 U.S. 90 in first house in Cottondale out their lives, because of normal conversations dif- Many have been cute or Marianna. in 1989. how they were treated as ficult; and what has been pretty babies, and conThe purpose of the Habitat for Humanity children. One thing that instilled in their minds tinue to hear how cute or
meeting is to introduce builds houses in partner- needs to be understood that would make them pretty they are throughout officers and board mem- ship with approved fami- is that it's not only how feel inferior to other hu- their developing years, bers for the coming year, lies, and the houses are "bad" some children are man beings, and when they reach
to discuss goals for 2013- purchased at no profit treated, but how exces- Each of us should re- adulthood.This canleadto 14 and to recognize the and 0% interest with a 20- sively "good" "some are member that even though arrogance that can harm citizens of Jacksoh Coun- year mortgage. treated. some people are wealthy, them in a big way as
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sion of eliminating pover- erty housing in Jackson Girl cleared to use Tropical Storm She looked down and saw Layaway
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Medicaid refusal


looking foolish E
rj he state's decision to reject $51 billion in federal
money to expand Medicaid looks more foolish
with eachpassing day. _- /
Last week, two health insurance coalitions that represent some of the nation's largest corporations warned ....
that the decision could cost the state thousands of jobs,
punish businesses with millions in penalties and ufti- | Z=
mately raise insurance premiums for employees across
Florida. .
Gov. Rick Scott, the self-proclaimed jobs governor,
needs to use the power of his office to marshal the
political support needed to fix this mistake. -_Scott put the interests of Floridians ahead of poli- S
tics. at the start of the legislative session this spring by
acknowledging Obamacare is the law of the land and summers almostover -think local
offering a plan to accept the Medicaid money without
committing beyond three years. Have it on good authority that men, and the names of the fallen
He later supported an alternate plan by the state Sen- the economy is improving, Auto are. inscribed on the granite marker,
ate that would have enabled the poor to choose a pri- sales are the best they've been erected in 1891 by the First Massavate health insurance plan and pay a modest monthly in five years. Home sales over the chusetts Cavalry Association.
premium and co-pays with help from the state using last year have jumped by, double It's easy to overlook the history
the federal dollars. digits. And the entire American in your own backyard, but close to
But the Senate plan was rejected by House Speaker population is on vacation. home you can change your perWill Weatherford, who made the specious argument OK, I made up that last one, but, spective without worrying about
that accepting money to expand Medicaid would deep- seriously, doesn't it feel like August MarshaMercer the. exchange rate. A road taken can
en the country's debt. He supported a flawed plan to in France? lead to learning new things.
spend more than $200 million in state money to cover a My neighbors are staying cool on and the Supreme Court. Back on the road, we stopped in
fraction of Florida's uninsured population. The Senate the Maine coast, meeting Mickey at To escape the full monty of the city of Winchester, with its magrejected that plan, and the session ended without a way DisneyWorld and nibblingcrois- Washington malaise, a friend and I nificent library. We wandered the for the state to accept $51 billion in federal money to sants in Paris. Facebook friends dodged raindrops Sunday and got newly renovated Old Town pedesexpand Medicaid in Florida over the next 10 years. post endless.pictures of their road in the car with a map of Virgini's trian mall, where kids cooled off in Without the money, hospitals and insurers can be trips outWest, mountain vistas, scenic byways. We drove into the a splash-pad, a young man played expected to pass the added costs on to their insured celebrity-sightings in London and summer afternoon, destination guitar and sang Beatles tunes, his patients. Some businesses may choose to pull back on bridges in Rome. unknown. guitar case open for contribuhiring, or leave for states.with better insurance options. I'm home, and I'm OK with that. Less than 40, minutes from the tions, and in true American fashion Florida is among 20 states that rejected the Medicaid Really. nation's dysfunctional capital, the diners enjoyed sushi, Thai and
expansion associated with the Affordable Care Act, I'm glad my friends are having skies lightened and we found wind- Mexican food. known as Obanacare.... fun, and their absence makes driv- ing roads, rolling green hills, stone We followed our noses to a barbe.Scott should use the economic argument to build a ing on the Beltway if not fonder, at walls, rail fences, canopies of trees, cue joint the aroma from the two majority.consensus in the House that can deliver the least .more bearable. horses, Black-Angus cattle and BBQ smokers out front was irresistvotes needed to bring the Medicaid expansion dollars I too made summer plans I'd more historic markers than you ible and washed down smoked to Florida if not before the end of this year, then dur- garden and lose myself in "War and could want. pork with sweet tea at.acommunal
ing the legislative session next spring. Peace," finally. I researched transla- While others fought the crowds table.
tons in May but haven't actually at the 150th anniversary of the At the city's visitor center, I mengotten the book. To wet my whistle, Battle of Gettysburg, we drove tioned our delicious lunch to one contact your representatives I ordered the 1956 movie star- the nearly deserted Snickersville of the friendly women behind the
ring Audrey Hepburn and Henry Turnpike, State Route 734,,a road counter. Fonda. Get this: It's 3 /2 hours long. that hasn't changed much since "Did you have dessert?" she Florida Legislature People's attention spans must have George Washington traveled it as asked. We had not. She shook her
been longer back then. I'll just re- a lad. We stopped atop a quiet hill head. State Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 5 turn it and reorder when the nights at a monument to the 1st Mas- "The chocolate cake," she- said District Office: arelong. sachusetts Cavalry which suffered with a sigh, "is the best I've ever
Administration Building, Room 186 Gardening has been-more pain grievous losses on June 17, 1863i had out."
Chipola College than pleasure because a low pres- in the Battle of Aldie, a fight on the 'Summer may be running away,
3094 Indian Circle sure system has held the East Coast armies' march to Gettysburg. but it's not gone yet. We can go
Marianna, FL32446-1701 in its grasp for weeks, breeding Visitors today see a drowsy field back. That's the virtue of staying
Coley 850-718-0047 heat, humidity, monsoon rains, and barn and a stone wall. But close to home.
www.MyFloridaHouse.gov ginormous mushrooms and a bum- behind that wall, Confederate
per crop of weeds. The weather sharpshooters knelt and fired on Marsha Mercer writes from-Washirigton. You State Sen. Don Gaetz, R-District I is demoralizing, and don't get me an approaching Union cavalry col- may contact her at marsha.mercer@yahoo.
District Office: started on Congress, the president umn. Massachusetts lost 198 of 294 com. 2013 Marsha Mercer. All rights reserved.
4300 Legendary Drive
Suite 230
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850-897-5747. This age of surveillance is perilous
Gaetz 866-450-4366 (toll free)
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.... GRAND RAPIDS,'Mich. -You was different from every reporter

'U.S. Congress have to drive all the way to the in the bureau in that he didrft care
banks of the Grand River- and a.whit about the White House and
U.S. Rep. Steve Southerland II, R-2 travel back four decades to get had scarcely veiled contempt for all
1229 Longworth HouseOffice Building the full meaning of the national fu-1 of us who did.
Washington, DC 20515 ror over electronic surveillance. For | David at the time was working on
202-225-5235 here, within the walls of the Gerald a book, "The Rise of the Computer
@RepSoutherland R. Ford Presidential Museum, are D id 1 bm State," that we all thoughtwas a
Suhla wwwSoutherland.House. gov the artifacts that transformed the D id lf]m n work of madness. It described the
Suhradlawmaker from Michigan's 5th National Perspective threat computers posed tO personal
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla. congressional district into the What~these disclosures reveal isn't privacy and civil liberties. I wor716 Hart Senate Office Building 38th president of the United States the venality of Barack Obama or the shiped the man, but I thought his
Washington, DC 20510 -and that provide the evidence inmminence of the threat of terror- .theory was nuts. We all did.
202-224-5274 '.from 1972 that explains the impor- ism. They lay'bare the world we But gradually I came to see that
@SenBillNelson .tance of the debate in 2013. inhabit today. It is one in which the David understood what was before
N elson wwwBillNelSon.Senate.gov 'Presidential museums often are electronic and digital capabilities our eyes but what we could not
palaces of the pretend, but the of our age have both promise and envision: that the capacity to link U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. Ford Museum. is a metaphor for the peril, and oniy now is the peril, for information and to share it widely
317 Hart Senate Office Building understated nature of the Grand decades understood by a few but also was the capacity to learn what
Washington, DC 20510 Rapids congressman who was cata- ignored by the many, clear to all. information individuals possess,
202-224-3041 pulled into the presidency during My own passage in this area what links individuals have, what
@MarcoRubio 'the gravest constitutional crisis of revolves around two men len- communications individuals
Rublo www.Rubio.Senate.gov our history countered before I was 28. I did not conduct. It is the capacity, in the
'The implements that began, that embrace either man's views entirely language of a long-ago age, to look crisis, its raw materials, are in a In fact, those views seemed incom- at people's library cards, to ransack
_r giass display case here. They are a 'patible. Only now do I understand their garbage and to make guilt-bypair of long-nose pliers, a Phillips- that they both were right, association a federal crime.
,,head screwdriver and some crude The first was John G. Kemeny, There is no going back, of course.
listening bugs placed in two tubes Hungarian immigrant, mathemati- "We cannot un-invent the computer,
"of Chap Stick. Later, a Sony four- cian, protege of Albert Einstein, nor the cefiphione, nor the cap a--'
speed Servo Control tape recorder, pioneer of the BASIC computer lan- cious abilities we have to commu. also on display here, with a red guage that is the Book of Genesis for nicate. But we can be aware that we
button emblazoned "REC," helped our time. For an entire generation are living in a perilous age where
bring down Richard M. Nixon. 'of college students; Kemeny was our tools are also our minders and, Now, the 44th president, Barack a pathfinder, arguing to us fresh- sad to say, where our leaders see Obama, 10-years-old when the bur- men in 1972 that it was essential. threats to our civil liberties in the giars entered the Watergate suite, is we understand what he called "the narrowest possible way engulfed by questions about secret machine," insisting that to accept Linger long enough at the Ford surveillance of an entirely different a college diploma without hands- 'Museum in Grand Rapids and a magnitude. If it is unseemly how his on knowledge of the machine was tape of an entirely different sort will critics on the right are rushing to- educational malpractice. So we did .cycle through, and if you listen careward impeachment talk, it is equally play around a bit with the machine, fully you will hear the president say: unseemly for his supporters on the rudimentary as it was, and we left "There will be no illegal tappings, left to brush away the issues this campus with an understanding of. eavesdropping, buggings or break,. -,- new set of questions have raised. what this remarkable device could ins b my administration."
At their heart, the importance of accomplish. Who dared during his term in
'Cthe latest revelations don't involve Only five years later,.in the the 1970s to think that President
0the president, his predecessor, Washington bureau of The New York Ford might someday be a figure of
---[fAHL.. Congress, the Central Intelligence Times, I sat beside a storied reporter nostalgia, and wisdom?
Agency, Osama bin Laden, Af- named David Burnham, famous for David M. Shribman is executive editor of the
SthirDit.b UieralUlik o US ghanistan_, Iraq or where Edward Rt. the Serpico revelations about New Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 2013 Jeff taerDs.bUnvraUlikfrFS Snowden is, or was. York City police corruption. David Email: dshribman@post-gazette.com.




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B ecky Brewer of Sunshine Herbs was the guest speaker at the
SUBMITTED PHOTO Senior Fellowship Association monthly meeting on Monday, ichael Mader (center) was recently welcomed by the Mari- June 17. Brewer spoke to the gathering about the benefits of
anna Optimist Club as its guest speaker. Mader, who is a supplements, especially for seniors and provided free samples to
M sophomore at Chipola College, told the gathering ofmen those in attendance. Michelle Corbin of Healthy Resolutions Nuabout many aspects of his childhood as well as numerous facts about trition was the business spotlight of the month and she provided
his love of baseball. The left-handed pitcher says he can consistently free samples of shakes and aloe drinks. Corbin invited those in keep the ball in the strike zone at about 88-92 mph. Mader says he attendance to stop by her business for their first visit and receive a
has hopes of one day making it to the big leagues. He is seen here free shake. Pictured are Nancy McMullin, Becky Brewer and Vernell
with program chairman Ken Stoutamire (left) and club president Holley. No meetings will be held in July or August. The next meeting
Lowell Centers. will be Sept.16.

Zimimermati Trial

Prosecution rests; jury to ponder conflicting testimony

The Associated Press grounds to believe he was one of whom "is in heav- porter last year that he
in danger, and'acted with- en." She sat expressionless wasn't sure if the voice beSANFORD-Jurorsinthe out the "ill will, hatred and on the witness stand while longed to Martin. 'Jahvaris
George Zimmerman trial spite" necessary to prove prosecutors played the 911 Fulton explained that 'he
headed into their weekend second-degree rmrder. recording. was "shocked" when he
with a 10t of courtroom But prosecutor Richard "Who do you recognize heard it.
drama and conflicting tes- Mantei countered: "There that to be?" prosecutor "I didn't want to believe it
timony to digest. ,are two people involved Bernie de la Rionda asked was him," he said.
Friday's actiori-packed- here. 'One of them is dead, her. The doctor who pertsession saw the prosecu- and one of themris a liar." "Trayvon Benjamin Mar- formed an autopsy on
tion rest its case, and the Manteitoldthejudgethat tin," she replied. Martin also took the stand.
judge reject a defense re- Zimmerman had changed During cross-examina- Associate Medical Examquest to acquit. Zimmer- his story, that his account tion, O'Mara suggested iner Shiping Bao started
man of- second-degree THEASSOCIATE PREs of how he shot Martin was that Fulton may have been describing Martin as bemurder in the fatal shoot- State Attorney Angela Corey (right foreground) reaches to "a physical impossibility," influenced by others who ing in pain aind suffering ing o 17-year-old Trayvon comfort Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin's mother, before Fulton and that he exaggerated listened to the 911 call, in- after he was shot, but deMartin last year. takes the stand Friday. ,his wounds. cluding relatives and her fense attorneys objected
The mothers of both After listening to an hour former husband. and' the judge directed
Martin and Zimmerman After Friday's session state rested Friday, he and a half of arguments O'Mara asked Jahvaris Bao away from that line of
listened to the same 911 was over, dfkende attorney asked Nelson to. acquit from, both sides, Nelson Fulton why he told a re- questioning. recording of someone MarkO'Maratoldreporters Zimmerman, arguing that refused to throw out the screaming for help, and "there will be a lot of other the prosecution had'failed murder charge, saying the each said she was con- witnesses" who will testify to prove its case. prosecution had presented Higher Prices Pa id...
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SIGNS OF HOPE Briefs
'Fire CHut Off aCCSS spokesman for the crews
,t O Safety zone battling the blaze, and
Prescott Fire spokesman
,-.. PRESCOTT, Ariz. -An Wade Ward.
->. ~erratic wildfire driven by The circumstances of
ferocious and shifting the firefighters' deaths
winds curled around the have been known for days
location of a team of Ari- lut Friday's confirmation
zona Hotshot firefighters, offers the most detailed
D I a I .cutting off their access to picture about their locaN X a safety zone and creating tion and how close to
a death trap that quickly safety they appeared to
.consumed them, two fire be.
officials confirmed Friday
based on a map compiled Solar powered plane
11J~ R~V:offcial conirmd FrdaySolar powered plane by The Associated Press. heads to NYC
dRod* Hom Daly The map shows that
the 19 highly trained WASHINGTON- A
Hotshots were just over a solar-powered aircraft
quarter of a mile north- lifted off from a suburwest of the safety zone ban Washington airport
rt .com using chain saws, axes before dawn Saturday,
and other gear to build a embarking on the final.
Jine between the wildfire leg of a history-making
and the small town of cross-country flight.
Yarnell on Sunday But The Solar Impulse flew
the fire, whichwas north- out df Dulles InternationTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS east of the team, sud- al Airport a little before 5 US employers added a robust 195,000 jobs in June and many more in April and May than previously thought. The job growth denly changeddirections a.m. en route to NewYork
raises hopes for a stronger economy in the second half of 2013. after the winds shifted City. The flight plan for
d nearly 180 degrees and the revolutionary plane
W cut off their access to the takes it past the Statue
safety zone, a large ranch of Liberty before landing
property. at NewYork's JFK Airport
Ss The AP confirmed the early Sunday.
location of the fire crew, "This is a leg where evUtheir safety zone and the erybody is quite moved,"
TheAssociated Press did, long-term rates would fire's advance based.on Bertrand Piccard, one of
"The numbers that were se eing are more likely rise, interviews with people two pilots who took turns
WASHINGTON U.S. sustainable than we thought.. We'reseeing betrjob Friday's report showed who knew what hap- flying the Solar Impulse
employers are sending a that the US. economy pened. After building the across'the United States,
message of confidence numbers, the stock marketgincreasingand home added 70000 more jobs map, its accuracy was said."
in the economy hiring prces are rising." in April and May than the confirmed by Dan Ware, a From wire reports
more workers, raising pay Paul Edelstein, government had previand making the job mar- economist ously estimated 50,000
ket appear strong enough in April and 20,000 in May. COMERFORD VAULT
for the Federal Reserve to The Fed has been buyslow its bond purchases as from 180,000 in the previ- sharply last month. It's ex- ing $85 billion 'in Treasury MEMORIAL SERVICE early as September. ous six.- ceeded inflation this year and mortgage bonds each
-The economy gained a The job growth is being after barely keeping pace month since last year. The 'Let us help you robust 195,000 jobs in June fueled in part byconsumer since the Great Recession purchases pushed long- with a memorial and many more in April spending and the housing ended four years ago. Av- term interest rates to his- of BEAUTYand and May than previously recovery. Consumer con- erage hourly pay rose 10 toric lows, fueled a stock DURABILITY thought. The unemploy- fidence has reached a 5V2 cents ir June to $24.01. rally and encouraged con- 7
imenit rate remained 7.6 year high and is helping Over the past 12 months, sumers and businesses to percent in June because drive .up sales of homes it's risen 2.2 percent. Over borrow and spend. The All Work & Material Gu ranteed
more people started look- and cars. Hiring was es- the same period, consum- low rates have helped suping for jobs a healthy pecially strong in June er prices have increased port an economy that's Burial Valts, Mausoleums,
sign and some didn't among retailers, hotels, 1.4 percent. had to absorb governmentB e s, Makes
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The Associated Press emies. There are currently had a change ofleadership more than 200 campers while the kids were here, OTISFIELDI Main including Egyptians, PJor- and certainly not in the Nearly two dozen' Egyp- danians; Israelis, Palestin- manner we saw in Egypt tifas wo aived in Maine ians, Pakistanis, Afghans over the past couple of last monfi at a special and Americans. days," she said..
camp aimed at helping Is- The camp founded by Banned from using comraeli and Arab teens over- foreign news correspond puters or smartphones, come their differences will dent John Wallach, who campers awake every day return home to a country died in 2002, is always held and rush to the camp telethat ousted its leader fol- against abackdrop of some phones: to" check on rela- '
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James and Sikes recting. officiating, interment will Rev. Ronnie Wright offi- Sus ect arrested
Funeral Home The family will receive follow in the Lipford Ceme- ciating with James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel friends from 6-8 p.m. Mon- tery. A time of visitation Funeral Home Maddox
4278 Lafayette Street day, July 8, 2013 at James & will be held one hour prior Chapel directing. Inter- on su icion Of0
Marianna, Florida 32446 Sikes Maddox Chapel to the funeral service. ment will follow in River- U .'
850.482.2332 Expressions of sympathy Donations may be made side Cemetery. a
may be made online at to Partners for Pets in The family will receive D IJI William Lee ...........dsikesfuneraho... c memory of Mrs. Harrison. friends from 10 a.m. TuesThe family would like to day, July 9, 2013 until fuGay Marianna Chapel give a special thanks to her neral time at Maddox From staff reports as Johnnie Edward SpeiGay Funeral Home extended family the staff of Chapel. ghts, had thrown some
3960 Lafayette Street Marianna Health and Re- In lieu of flowers contri- On Wednesday, at a h
WilliamMarianna, Florida 32446 habilitation Center. butions may be made to
Alford passed away Friday, 850-526-5059 Marianna Chapel Funer- Covenant Hospice, 4215 3:54 p.m., officers with beverages
July,5, 2013 in Gracevle. al Home is in charge of ar- Kelson Ave., Marianna, the Marianna Police into the
: : .... nts D epartm ent r s o d
Mr. Gay was born in Jack- arrangements. Florida 32446 Deprtmet bepond
son County on April 8, Expressions of sympathy Expressions of sympathy ed to the area of Old after, the
1924. He served in the Ma- / may be submitted online at may be made online at Cottondale Road accident.
rines 6th Division. He was a www.mariannachapelfh.com. www.jamesandsikesftmeralhomes.com and Penn Avenue, in acfident.
building contractor and ce- 9' James and Sikes Marianna Chapel reference to a traffic ac- 'd e t e rment finisher. He loved 'FeloFuneral Home client involving three ights minedhat
fihn n adnn.H :;Funeral Home cdn novn he ieia
fishing and gardening. He Maddox Chapel 3960 Lafayette Street vehicles. Speights was under 'the
was a wonderful and proud 4278 Lafayette Street Marianna, Florida 32446 Once on the scene, influence ofalcohol.
father, grandfather, great M a ....
andMarianna, Florida 32446 850-526-5059 officers cleared the Speights, 73; of 4052
other. 850.482.2332 roadway and the driver Old C6ttondale.Road. in
He was preceded in Margaret Beverly F. of one of the vehicles Marianna, was charged
death by his wife, Avie Lee Margaret Ive P was taken to Jackson with DUI with property
Gay and wife, Bertha Gay; Lucille Hospital to be treated for damage and, taken to
his parents, Willie and Matthews possible injuries, the- Jackson County
Jeannie Benefield Gay; Harrison A celebration of life serv- Officers received in- Correctional Facility to
three brothers, Horace Margaret Ivey Matthews, ice for Mrs. Beverly F. formation that one ve- await his first appearGay, JL Gay and Willie Earl Margaret Lucille Harri- 97, of Marianna passed Painter will be held today hicle's driver, identified ance in court. Gay. son age 91 of Marianna away Friday, July 5, 2013 at at Eastside Baptist Church
He is survived by two passed away on Friday, July Signature Health Care at following" the Sunday daughters, Annette 5, 2013 in Jackson Hospital. the Courtyard in Marianna. morning service with PasBraxton, Geraldine Powell She had lived in Jackson She was born August 30, for John Rollyson officiat- .."With all the rain
and husband, Wilmer all of County since 1964 coming 1915 in Scotts Ferry, FL. ing. -.an e overnight and early this
Alford; three sons, Millard here from Geneva County, Mrs. Matthews had resided Marianna Chapel Funer- morning, low-lying secGay of Alford, Jerry Gay AL. Margaret was a mem- in Jackson County for al Home is in charge f at F A tions of the Fort Pickand wife, Glenda of South ber of the Grace Methodist many years. She was a rangements. Page ens Road have' become
Carolina, Billy Gay and Church and was a retired member of First United Expressions of. sympathy campground. In previ- flooded," park Superinspecial friend, Stephanie of cottage parent at Sunland Methodist Church of Ma- may be submitted online at ous flooding, the park tendent Dan Brown said Alford; two brothers, Center. Margaret loved life rianna and retired with 25 www.mariannachapelfh.c0m service drew the ire in a released statement. George Gay of Alford, RL and spent many happy years of service with the Marianna Chapel of campers by forcing, "Park staff are working to
Gay of Panama City; two hours with her family and' Jackson County School Funeral Home them to evacuate the remove any buildup of
sisters Louise Kent of Pana- friends laughing and System. 3960 Lafayette Street campground. On Friday, sand to enable the road
ma City, Lois Harris of "cuttin" up. Known too She was preceded in Marianna, Florida. 32446. the park service said to be reopened as soon Alford; grandchildren, many as "Granny" she will death by her husband, Dr. Phone 850-5265059 Keely Gilbert and husband, be remembered by her A. R. Matthews, her pa- campers who are already as the water subsides.
Michael of Alford, Joanna quickwit Iand unique per- rents, Henry Monroe and set V~p at the camp- With the heavy equipAnderson and husband, Ja- sonality: Granny also loved Allie Neal Henderson Ivey; Patricia Ann ground and those who ment maneuvering
mie of Texas, Kendall to cook and play the piano. a brother, Henry Ivey; two have existing reserve back and forth to move
Braxton of AlfordDanielle She was a loving mother sisters, Katherine Reeder Worklan tions would be allowed sand,we need to limit
Cox and husband, Chad and friend. and Florene Alford. access to the park. Park the number of Vehicles
and Jeremy Gay and wife, She is preceded in death Survivors include her Patricia Ann Workman officials said the road on the road for visitor Nichole both of South Car- by her husband Herman R. two sons, Chris Matthews:' age 66 of Marianna passed would be closed to other safety and to allow the olina, Gerald Powell and Harrison her parents Wil- 'and wife, Debbie of Ma- away on Saturday, July 06, visitors equipment to operate."
Bobbie of Panama City, liam and Dora Holland and rianna, Neal Matthews and 2013 in Chipola Nursing Matthew Powell and wife, eleven brothers and sisters: wife, Jeanne of Birming- Pavilion. Melanie of Mississippi, Survivors include her ham, AL; five grandchil- Arrangementsare incom- Florida man charged been shot in the head. Nan. Powell of Alabama, -daughter Linda Couturier'dren, Tom Matthews of plete and will be an- The sheriff said 25Willy Gay lmd wife Demara and husband Steve of Ma- Birmingham, Michael' nounced later by Marianna after bodY n year-old Joshua. Lamar of Alford, and Mike Gay of riarna, her'sons, Bob Har- Shane Halstead of Panama Chapel Funeral Home. MCRAE, Ga, -A Helton of Plant City, Fla.,
Texas; 12 great- risbn and Ronny Harrison City Beach; Kristen Foun- Marianna Chapel Funer- Mra a -A eton nt city
grandchildren and ''eight both of Marianna and Den- tain of Birmingham, Deena al Home is in charge of Florida man is charged was taken into custody greatsgreat-grandchildren. nis' Harrison and Wayne Zimmerman of Marianna rangements, with killing a woman Friday on a murder warFuneral services will be12 Harrison both of Dallas, and Tara Haggard of Pen- Expressions of sympathy' whose body was found rant. He said Helton had p.m.' Tuesday, July1'9, 2013 TX; -two grandsons, Trey sacola; six, great- may be submitted Online at in the Ocmulgee River in known Morrow and her at James, & Siles Funeral and Les Harrison both of grandchildren; one broth7 w.maiannachapelfh.com: Georgia. familyfor some time,
Home Maddox Chapel with Dallas, TX and one great er, Glen Ivey of Ebro; sister- Telfair County Sheriff and they had once been
Rev. Ellis Vickery officit- granddaughter Jessa Harri- in-law, Mattie Matthews of his Steverson an-, neighbors.
ing. Burial will follow in "son of Dallas.,' Bonifay and a host of Me- nounced Saturday that Fishermen found the
Salem Free Will Baptist Funieral services 'will be ces and nephews. th-victimhas been woman's body near a
Church Cemetery with held on Tuesday, July 9, Funeral: services will be identified as 64-year- boat landingThursday
James & Sikes Funeral 2013 at 2:00"P.M. in the 11 a.m., Tuesday, July 9, Artistic Ddsigns Unlimited Inc. old Judy Larue Morrow morning.. Home Maddox Chapel di- Marianna Chapel Funeral 2013 at Maddox Chapel 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna The Associated Press
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MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Danford Bay Road, near Graceville, was one of the Jackson County roads damaged during this week's severe storms.
i entire downtown holiday like 'This is ridiculous, go
R ain festival that was set to ahead and call it off.'"
start that afternoon. City commissioners
From Page lA Pyrotecnico, the com- were contacted, a few fire
pany hired to conduct the department and cleanadvised to use extreme city's fireworks display, will up personnel were told to caution due to water over be getting only half of its stand down and the city the road there as well. nearly $16,000 fee for the decided to take a loss of A Road and Bridge De- show. Due to the cost ofre- the fireworks show. partment employee re- scheduling the show an The City of Marianna, marked that "we've been event paid for by the city Dean said, has plans to abMARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN extremely fortunate," with with help from sponsors sorb the entire cost of the
e a cou- regard to the amount of Rivertown Community nearly $8,000 Pyrotecnico
p1 of days road damage the rain had Church and Evangel Wor- bill, allowing for a return
pe caused thus far. ship Center it was de- of sponsorship money to
of torrential Andreasen on Friday cided to cancel the event the churches.
downpours may have said he was "confident but altogether. Around $4,000 "RCC and Evangel, they
dampened some cautious" that the trains would have been required don't have to help with
dampened some would dissipate a bit over to meet the company's 25- this display. They're just
people's spirits, rains the next few days and that percent rescheduling fee. doing this out of commu
left plenty of big pud- the bulk of the storm dam- While some were hoping nity support," he said.
age would remain to our Marianna would resched- RCC Pastor Paul Smith, des at Arrowhead west. At the time, he said, ule its fireworks show, reached by phone Friday
Campsites (right) for Jackson County had al- those weren't the ones confirmed thatthe church
Raylen Heistand to ready seen about 4 inches reaching out to city offi- had gone along with the
of rain. Another 2 to 2.5 cials when it came down city's decision to cancel. play in. He was there inches were expected. to making that decision. He also said that, like Marfor a gathering of the Regional data from the City Manager Jim Dean ianna, Blountstown's disHeistand, Griffin, NNational Weather Ser- said that as weather re- play had been canceled,
S a vice in Tallahassee was ports showed no signs too. RCC helped sponsor
Shirah and Fore- indicating the same on the rain would let up long that town's display as well.
hand families. His Saturday According to enough for people to feel Citing the expense of rehi-the NWS, most areas in- comfortable bringing their scheduling as one of the great-grandmother,
greatcgrandmothe luded in yesterday's flash families out to celebrate deciding factors, Smith
Sharon Shirah, said flood watch had seen 4 to for the holiday, he started said, "We decided to
the families arrived 6 inches of rainfall since getting phone calls and regroup and get ready for
Monday, but some had texts from those monitor- next year." Wednesday and after, eeshpn o la
Wednesdayand after: seen anywhere from 12 to ing the rain. Here's hoping for clear
getting wet'every clear. Ethan Shirah tage of a break in the an incredible 20 inches "Theywere saying things skies.on July4, 2014.
day were hoping and Addin-Forehand rain to do some wan- with more rain expected. ;
for the weather to (above) took advan- dering on Friday. Fireworks rain-out
costs city $8,000 World Briefs The rains didn't bring,
home the level of de-'
30 killed in school when the militants moved weapons and body armor struction seen by our attac n Nig 8 on after shooting him. at roadblocks displaying Panhandle neighbors, but
u, > 2 Mopi'sapmre. they did deliverondisap
POTISKM, Neria Opposition leader Next door in the rela- pointment for those look- Islam id-iffatfs & tively upscale Hbliopolid' ig* to the skies for the
tacked~a naig "" dr nteflm PM...
tacked a boarding school district, people chanted traditional Fourth of July
before daw4 Saturday CAIRO Egypt's new against Mgrsi and honked fireworks. doi dormitory in president moved to assert car horns in appreciation To the east, the city of
fu6.,. fighting it ablaze his authority Saturday by of roadblocks manned by Chattahoochee has re- as ts slept, survivors naming a chief rival of Egypt's military-whose scheduled its fireworks ..
said. At least 30 people ousted leader Mohammed snub of Morsi's authority display for Aug. 10, when were killed in the deadli- Morsi as interim prime tipped the scales against the show will begin at est attack yet on schools minister and holding crisis Egypt's first elected leader. dark; wrapping a day of Sin Nigeria's embattled talks with security officials boat races being presentnortheast. on efforts toreclaim con- h-plson1 chosHen ed by the Outlaw Drag
Authorities blamed the trol of the streets. 0 Boat Racing Associaviolence on Boko Haram, The steps by the untest- to lead a p tion. In Blountstown and
a radical group whose ed Adly Mansour, how- BEIRUT -A former Syr- Marianna, though, events name means "Westemrn ever, are likelyto deepen ian political prisoner with were not rescheduled education is sacrilege." the defiance by Islamist close links to Saudi Arabia July Fourth fireworks The militants have been opponents who have was picked Saturday to there were canceled. '
behind a series of recent turned parts of the Cairo lead Syria's main Western- Marianna Main Street attacks on schools in the into vigilante-guarded backed opposition group. Director Charlotte Brun- A
aya
region, including one in strongholds and have is- Inside Syria, government ner confirmed Thursday Which gunmen opened sued blood oaths to battle troops advanced into reb- morning that the weather
fire on children taking until Morsi is restored. el-held areag of the central had not only forced the Get Started Today
exams in a classroom. After a night of clashes city of Horns, pushing into cancellation of the city Cal (850) 526i3614
"We were sleeping when that claimed atleast 36 a heavily contested neigh- fireworlj display, but the wwwcjdotidanocom
we heard gunshots.When lives, both sides appeared borhood after pummeling I woke up, someone was to be preparing for the it with artillery that drove pointing a gun at me," possibility of more vio- out opposition fighters, an .
Musa Hassan, 15, said of lence as Egypt's political activist said. the assault on Govern- unraveling increasingly 'The election of Ahmad ment Secondary School in leftlittle room for middle al-Jarba as the head of the Yobe state. ground or dialogue. Syrian National Coalition
He put his arm up in In the eastern suburb came during a meeting defense, and suffered a of Nasr City -- near the in Turkey in what was the gunshot that blew off all main rallying point for second attempt by Assad's four fingers on his right Morsi's Muslim Brother- opponents to unify their hand, the one he uses to hood lines of fighters ranks. write. His life was spared brandished homemade From wire reports








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Outdoors Marianna VoleybaH


Summer schedule announced

Special to the Floridan vs. Graceville
8 p.m. Chipley vs. Marianna
Marianna High Shool an- (varsity only)
nounces its summer volleyball Monday, July 15 BobKorne -schedule. Various schools will 5 p.m. -- Altha vs. Chipley
OtosClni visit MHS, where all games will (varsity only)
Outdoors Columnist be played. 6p.m. --Graceville vs. Chipley
The two-week schedule of (varsity only)
games kicks off Monday. Altha vs. Graceville (V)
TMonday, July 8 7p.m. Altha vs.
5p.m. Marianna vs. Altha Blountstown
6 p.m- Cottondalevs. Lib- 8 p.m. Graceville vs. erty County Blountstown
7 p.m. Altha vs. Liberty Tuesday, July 16 h County 5p.m.- Bethlehem vs.
t8 p.m. Marianna vs. Cottondale
SCottondale 6 p.m.- Chipley vs.
Tuesday, July 9 Bethlehem (Varsity Only)
-5 p.m. Cottondale vs. Bethlehem vs. Graceville (V)
Bloantstown 7 p.m. Cottondale vs.
A en one loves the road, desti- 6 p.m. Bethlehem vs. Altha Graceville
nations areeasy to appreciate, 7 p.m. Cottondale vs. Altha 8 p.m. Graceville vs. Chipley
V eagerly anticipated. Journey's 8 p.m.- Bethlehem vs. (Varsity Only)
end and knowing what awaits there keep Blountstown Thursday, July18
the wheels (both mental and mechani- Thursday, July U 5 p.m. Blountstown vs.
cal) smoothly rolling. The hum of tires 5 p.m. Marianna vs. Liberty County
on pavementand the meshing of cogni- Graceville 6 p.m. -,Marianna vs.
tive gears are one. Can't wait to get there: 6 p.m. Liberty County vs. Blountstown
cleanlodgings, hot shower, glass of wine Chipley (varsity only) 7 p.m.- -Liberty County vs.
in closed-drape solitude. Relax, sleep, then FLORIDAN/FILE Liberty County vs. Marianna Bethlehem
work..There are fish to catch, people to Marianna's Lexie Basford sets up a spike in this Floridan (JV) 8 p.m.- Marianna vs.
see, stories to tell. All activities dictated by Photo. 7 p.m.- Liberty County Bethlehem
assignment and responsibility.
But, wait. There's something amiss and
not quite right. To love the road, after all,
is to also love the journey itself, not merely WIlWB EI ONWOMEN'S FINAL
the end of the trail and what one knowswith certainty he will find there. And today
loving the journey is not always easy. It can be monstrously tedious. The interstate highway, America's bypass, where, according to the1 9te Charles Kurault, it is "possible to travel from coast
to coast without seeing anything." Rest
stops, with their gosh-awful vending-machine coffee and automated urinals that
still make me jumpwhen they flush by
themselves. Urban-sprawl exits, greasy fast
food, pop-ip motels. In between, miles
and miles of nothing broken here and
there by big city gridlock. Not a journey ,easy.to love.
Ah! Mercifully there appears a "blue"
highway, U.S. 129. Turin north out ofMacon, then hard left in Gray. Skirta prtruding finger of Lake Sinclair. Drive the east-::
ern edge of the Oconee National Forest.
Real places. Places to stop, not "merge.
Realpeople. They live here and look at me
funny. I don't blame 'em.
Mori and Pop establishments, offering
bait arid tackle, ammoand camo. "Welcome Fishermen," sayhe signs. Used cars
and barbecue. Buy a clunker, eat some
pork. "Naw, boy. You loster'n a he-haint in
hell. Missed that turn three miles backl"
Thank you, sir.
They roll their eyes, wondering how you
made it this far. Or maybe it's the beard and hair. No matter. Smile and move on. Another sign: "Caution, Log Trucks." Another: "Senior Citizens Entering THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Highway." I slow down, ready to brake Marion Bartoli of France plays a return to Sabine Lisicki of Germany during the women's singles final match at the All England Lawn
for a merging line of walkers and power Tennis Championships at Wimbledon, London on Saturday. Bartoli won, 6-1,6-4, to win the championship.
chairs.
U.S. 441 now. Eatonton, Ga., where Joel i i unable Bartoli, whose power game both- Venus Williams that year. "I know how
Chandler Harris and Alice Walker were N ered Sabine Lisicki as much as any of it feels, Sabine, and I'm sure you will
born. Wow! Must be something in the to comeback her notable eccentricities, won6-1,6- be there one more time. I have no
water. Had I beenborn here Imightbe a to makeco eback 4 Saturday to capture her first Grand doubt about it."
real writer now. Gotta stop, see the Uncle Slam title in her 47th appearance at a Indeed, the 15th-seeded Bartoli
Remus Museum and photograph Brer The Associated Press major. played the part of the experienced
Rabbits statue on the courthouse lawn. "I dreamed about this moment for veteran. After losing serve with a pair
"Eat at Hannah's," alady tells me. LONDON One of the strang- so long," Bartoli said during her on- of double-faults in the first game, she
Okay. est Wimbledons produced one of its court interview, ticked off 11 of the next 12.
Hannah's: Gaudy, KeyWestish, and quirkiest champions in Marion Bar- She addressed Lisicki, who was The 23rd-seeded Lisicki was trailwonderful. Pan-seared tilapia, pan-roasted t~li, the winner of a final that had the shaking and in tears. ing 5-1, 15-40 in the second set, then
corn, a.d sauteed spinach. Amazing sweet overwhelmedd runner-up in near tears "I was there in 2007 and I missed
potato cheesecake. A'uring the match. it," said Bartoli, the runner-up to See BARTOLI, Page 2B
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Black and white Holsteins against a pine- on his face."
woods forest backdrop. Surreal. There's Dwight Howard never grew The Rockets were the ones
the General Putnam Motel. Last time I saw coinifortable playirig ith Kobe beaming Friday, thanks to Howit was in "My CousiiVinnie." Hollywood Bryant and for Mike D'Antoni. ards choice to take less money knows a good exterior shot when they see Once a wide-smiling, fun- in hopes of more happiness. one. loving big guy, Howard lacked "I've decided to become a
Roadside produce stalids selling cider, that joy in Los Angeles. member of the Houston Rockpeaches, and local honey. Slow down. The Rockets are confident he'll ets. I feel (it's) the best place for
Check their wares. I can do that on this find it again in Houston. me and I am excited about joinroad without getting rear-ended. "We're going to get a smile ing the Rockets and I'm lookMadison, deemed the "Number-1 Small back on his face that hasn't been ing forward to a great season,"
Town in America." Just might be. Sherman on it for a couple of years be- Howard wrote on Twitter. didn't burn it in 1864. Thank the fates for cause of various things, injury He leaves behind an extra $30 THEASSOCIATEDPRESSFILE
that. There are happy ghosts here. Their and maybe the team situation million and an offense under Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard dunks during houses still stand. he was in at the time," gen- D'Antoni that he was never fully the game against the Utah Jazz, in Los Angeles on Jan. 25.
eral manager Daryl Morey told Howard is leaving the Lakers to sign as a free agent with.
See KORNEGAY, Page 2B Comcast SportsNet Houston. See HOWARD, Page 2B the Houston Rockets.


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stretch of years for Miami
athletics will likely be best AX 3 DOMAINES,. France Chris'
remembered for the Nevin Froome Used the first tough mountain
Shapiro booster scandal stage to take command of the Tour de
and the stigma that came France on Saturday, leaving two-time
as part of the lengthy champion Alberto Contador and other
NCAA investigation thatit challengers behind on a grueling cliinb
spakiestgaio tha it, in
sparked. in the Pyrenees to seize the leader's yelIn the eyes of Hurricanes low jersey with a dominant win in the
athletic director Blake eighth stage.
James, it could also be re- Froonme entered the Tour asthe famembered for something vorite after finishing second last year
else. THEASSOCIA:TED PRESSFILE behind.countryman and Sky teammate'
Even as another year University of Miami'athletic director Blake James walki to an Bradley*,Wiggins, ~ho i~n't defending his passed under the cloud o NCAA Committee on Infractions hearing in Indianapolis on title because ofan injury. After Froome's the Shapiro mess which June 13. performance, the race looks like it's his
may actually end in the a simple chart, with the ming and diving, women's to lse.. coming weeks, if all goes 18 varsity sports that Mi- tennis, men's and women's. "I must be amongthe happiest inenin right for Miami theHur- ami offerslisted down the indoor track, men's and the world today," Froome said. "There's ricanes emergedwithmore left side of the page, and women's outdoor trackiand a long way to go until Paris. There are reasons to be bullish about columns for the last 15 or volleyball all qualified for two weeks left but we want to keep the their future than ever be-, so years stretched across NCAA play. Football, had yellow jersey." fore. One year after send- tIe top. Baseball which it not been subjected to a Froome leads Contador by nearly two' ing nine teams to NCAA has been'to 41 consecu- self-imposed postseason minutes, with former champions Andy tournament play, the Hur- tive NCAA tournaments ban for a second straight Schleck and Cadel Evans much further ricanes sent 15 teams there- had an "X" in each ofits year cause of the Sha- back, ahead of another toughl mountain in the academic year that columns. piio scandal, would have stage on Sunday.
Just ended. .Ahid that program had made it 16 teams. 1 "More than anything today we've got
"I wouldn't say fs as plenty of company on the Out of a possible 18,. a bit of a psychological advantage over much about where we are," NCAA-bound list. James knows it wasa good the others," roome said. "It's quite hard'
James said in an interview Men's and women's bas- year, even though while it to think about this, standing in yellow with The Associated Press. .ketball, mentandwomen's was happening the Hurri- today.- This is incredible. We've worked THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
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sat told the story It Was. soccer, women's swim- significance of itall. 51 seconds ahead of teammate Richie start in Castres and finish in Ax 3 Domaines, ... ....__ _ __ __ ; Porte and leads third-place Alejandro Pyrenees region, France on Saturday.
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pect considering she friends and family. before she uncoils by arch- (1999-2005) for doping. room ride to A 3 Domaines and only Porte, who
was almost weeping on the "Maybe a backhand win- ing her back, stretching on Saturday resembled Armstrong at his finished the stage 51 seconds behind in pourtminiutes earlier. A''er btut just 'not an ace," her unbent arm behind best, when the Americanusedto punish second, was anywhere near him.
I was just overwhelmed Bartoli, said when asked her head, then tossing the .his opponents early in the race to take "The team was absolutely perfect tobythe whole situation, but how s.e inmag'ed she ball. S lit two-handed' control. day," Porte said.
credit to Marion,' Lisicki might close out her first groundstrokes from, each Froome was asked after the stage if he Contador grimly held on as long as'he said. "She's been in this sit- Wimbledon title. "I've been side, pumps her fist after is riding clean. culd, and was dropped by Froomelong
uation before and handled practidiig my serve for so almost every point. "One hundred percent," he after 2010 champion Schieck arid the
it well" long.' At least I saved it' for. Whatever'it is, it wrks. responded. 2011 champion E.ais had alr eady been
Lisicki saved three match. the best moment." She punish.ed those "It's normal that people ask questions left behind.
t ad pulled within This was Bartoli's first .groundstrokes, ,had .no '
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HUSE UNFURNISHED MOORHM_ES & 5152 Presidents Circle Marianna floors, doors, appliances, paint, etc. This home will
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1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna 1999 35ft Pace Arrow: Ford.V1O, new front-in fireplace, Florida room and much mare.
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1291 completely renovated & up to
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3BR/1BA, 2643 Faney St Cottondale. $6,000 OBO Call 334-733-0106 496 Monogahela Ave. Alford $3,500 .heat pump.
Compass Lake in the Hills, like new 3BR/2BA, 1757 heated SF, built 2005, Very well-maintained home w/nice carport, storage bldg, and AUTOS_ FORSALE __ porcelain tile throughout, ready for horses with cross fencing, barns, auto concrete pad under entire home. Tie-downs in concrete! 35
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u)dates with accepted often. MUST see! Pietosl!MS 2409$102,900
GLS Convertible. Gray. 32 WdMblHo( t Leather, automatic, all MLS#248155
3/2 Dbl. Wd. Mobile Home (by Itself) li power. 55,000 mi. $6,000. Beautiful 40acrCountryEstat !
on quiet lot in Sneads. 850-209-8595 Call 334726-2371 This 297 sq.f custom home has
Cal 33.76-2713157 HWY 73 N., Marianna 3BP/.58sA, hardwood floors, Ig.
Located just outside of town,. 2.2 acres fenced & cross fenced, remodeled3
throughout 3BP1BA, 1710 H&C SI., bonus room ga ;e oftrm wm
Quiet, well maintained Park, Water/sewer/ MO C LES hobby shop, outbuildings, great deal. --pase Fnpery
comes with pole ban, enc.
garbage/lawn included. Available Now workshop with bdrm., homebarn
2002 Harley Davidson w/3stalls, I ilbddoch, partially fenced/cross-fenced for horses! Has a running creek with 40
3/2 DW $625. & 3/2 7. & 3/2 $00. Ultra Classic Electra Glide. acres r pasture! This 140 aer/s is mostly surrounded by 892 acres of Water Mgmt that is
ile R bordered by Holmes Creek & Cypress Springs win public access! Too much to list! 30 min. to
yceilPCustom purple/black C Intl. Airport, tO min. to 1-10. Make an appt. today! MLS# 248187 $750,000
pant Lodd Bike is MLS#248467I I

A-omed out. Garaged. Gerosarus custom hCpme on 33
14,750 miles. In excellent Enjoy the pool, the tennis co ts, the horse back adding and much more pr c res 11 fenced. Hone has
., -,. ....: ondtin. all33 -792-8701 or 714-4548. with all the Compass Lake in the Hills amenities. 2BR/2BA. family room 4BR/38A, office, Ig. kitchen
cond ion. Cala,. 34., withfirepolace, largemastersuite.Goodcondition. with custom cabinets, split
HD Sportster-883 bdrm design, master bath has
37ay Acres1O~~ Se 1c mion 9 -, Tonsi 6 Noth Ig. jecuzzi tub, crown melding,
R.ngeLots of upgrades &gear!..................... security system, generator, screened/tiled porch, 283'deep wel, gun firing range & 2
Black/chrome, 3k miles, all ponds, Plenty of room for horses & livestock. Inground irrigation system, 26x36, 3 bay
Infomaton allHary Mchin850227465 S ID gar mens l/XLanddetached steel barn, walkingtriding trails, plenty of wildlife (a hunter's dream!) Peaceful W T OHD gear (men's lg/XL and MLS#247881 & quiet! You will not be disappointed! Make an appt. today! MLS# 247922 $299,000
ai/2 -=;d;{]~ ladies' med/Ig jackets, Maea"tp.tdy M51272 290
2BR1.SA~onhoe o Merit's illPon. H uprads (ux chaps, helmets, rain suits, 4462 Lafayette St. Marianne
2BRI.BA Townhome on Merris Mill Pond. HD upgrades ( x lights, saddle bags, comfort Located in the Winn Dixie Shopping Center, high traffic, 7920 SF, 1140 H&C SF
with 2 offices, reception & bath, 1114' Rl up doora, & building has sprinklers acres, 2 homes, 4add' Marrann. Nw rof, arpt ad dck. eaui- eat chrme ngie gardpasengr bck-commorcial htdg. at ful view of Water!! $115,900 Call 850-693-9540 rest. $5,100. Great bike, greatly loved, great 2,330 sq. ft. that witt
DEAL! Call Sam 334-790-3307 and ecroot.fenced
S. pwelts, of which'2 are soar powered. Appo. 30 acres of ctear pasture and
Honda 1100 Shadow 26,000 miles. windshield, batarce io pine trees witb pasture. Borders Wright's Creek in Holmes
saddle bags, floor boards lots of extras, nice MLS#240225 country. This is a MUST seel Brimg all otters. MLS# 248137 $359,000
-*,_ a -;*- bik e $3500. 334 406-2306 Spdng Chase Subdivsion, 1.02 acres, 100 wateront; deed reatnctons Moiat fcli typar ay
appy r -bo drO kit newly rernated with row
Golf Cart electric, white in color, road ready, n oef, pairt & flooring. Comes
bought new Su-2uki 2006conGrandr.Viumara w125Km miles, ofgood
USA comes with trailer, paid $5900. asking cond.i 0Grea d l itt r 2Kmlema sUV $60.ood________roomp a labf ean ,-raymren &
$ 5 2 5 0 3 3 4 7 0 3 3 6 1 1 c o d r a i t e c m a t S V $ 5 0 e t o m C n e t d t h s i h r a ~ i b ruit-in s h e lv in g o ff ic e k itc h o n
334-791-8977. MLS#240507 & sorage. Thoro are 43 parking spaces w/4 handicap. Within 30 milos of Duthan,
-:1 8 L 20miles of Donatdsvitlle, GAkand 15 miles to Mariarna. kr excetlent location for
i .- l[, .,.- : A I- H [] = -- Appalachee Trail. Indian Spengo. Prvate wooded ao or cal-de-sac large. ..o or more spociatists. Mako an appt. today MLS 248009 $425,8000
1985 Gambler 17ff Bass Boat with a year 2002 .ak tre0esOeloks farwayg ren Attactvercmmecia
Evinrude 115HP Motor- Includes Depth Finder Ford 2004 F150 long bed 108K'miles, nice truck, m mbu ildn oca
and Trolling Motor. Equipped with CD well taken care of with tool box. $7500. on ldnCaverns IaeRoad.
player/Radio, 2 live wells, and life-vests. Re- 334-406-2306. Building hasapr
cently had new carpet installed and professio- A l[IA MLS#t247945antruhttebidngOfcesc, repvd
nell paited StoageCove Inlude. Taile parking lot & drive-through carport on one side. Excellent in great condition! $3400 OBO. Contact 334- Blae Springs fir, Sylarea Estatea Sabdivi'or. al wooded. 5.68k Ae lo0cation Make an appt. today MLS#248420 $395,000
372-1019 or 334-482-1172 for more info. 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF bauidin0 tot pdvatafl of widie, deed rettons apply
G3 20ft. 2006 Pontoon Boat 90 Evinrude E-Tec. YOUR TOWING NEEDS! W h1 geelenst oosatien wend close
ew te hOspital is this! 0530 sq.
110 hrs. fish finder, new batteries, trailer, coy- A4r d5 m 7 a'fietl.. fi e !!l~roet~reiul
er, bimini top, changing area w/ port potty, b'~ ee eomplet~ Prenoy ae
very good cond. $12,500. 850-258-3148. AUTO BODY & RECYCLING MLS#248231
PAYINOTOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CAR S aqld ia in k-new condition ww/new metal reel. Comes wrih a exam rooss, 3
Contact asonHarerat334791-624leased er a wonth-to-month basis. tEucellent income adntage or use her your Hw__________________________________tsy 73S. Ready for caws and horses. Irciadee same tarm eeuipeont, user besines my appeanrient only! MLS# 248189 StO47,50

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4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446 4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891 (50) 526-2891 R a t
Each Off0mce Is ndep.end.ety Owned and Operated Each Office Is independently Owned and Operated e
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER
Maiana FL 324 ormc Sao~o

Ed McCoy, Realtor' Ouida Morris 8 : 4 2-78
Cell.(850) 573.6198 REALTOR .
www.emccoyrealty.com Broker/Owner UL YOUR DREAM
emccoy02@yahoo.com 850-209-4705 '-OD LSG H T
DOGWOOD HEIGHTS!
77 There are several lots to
/ choose from. Located on
MARIANNA Lovely MARIANNA Brik Dna rive are 2,1.20
eAcre lots too' $17,000
cottoge style home in town home dose to town, large iing EACH. Located on Paulk
featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 Road is a 3.45 ace lot
ath5 om ershed 00m, stone fiepl0ce, etn tatcanbe purchase asa whole forS35,00O or Can be purchasedin31.05/- lots Each
L 0 kitchen and 3 bedrooms, for 15 Locate close to te High School and in an established neighborhood!"
Won't be disappointed E .E YOUR D IEAM M..,
MLS 248491 $69,900. MIS248481 $52,500. Oe o a MEo
MSCOTTONDALE ozing 3 Pexee Aorne ainingweveo
CO~~rONDaA,,e rgin 3ih a Privacy setting!,
bedroom h o many ees, .MALONE Greaoiocation s ft. Spacious ichen
"with bmeakfant bar Is lecrolux
open iving rt i th i c fireplace, for a mini form, 8 acres deled and tochscreen cooktop.Theiving RI
dining room, a spacious kitchen and so ready to farm, includes 3 bedroom m Oat aay miing that is FRIED FOR
12 ft high, w ith bll n book
lmorel! I looted on002.93or8. form house with meal oof aOnd shelveslCrownMoldingonthe9 QU K SALE
(oll850-573 198foryouriewing. 'inyl siding. Located on newly b os hei so ite.bedroom .
3 bath hone hasoaepit bedroom .MLS 247876 o'$131,900. poed tool. The tith 2 master bedrooms. 15, acres has
III MARIANNA Well built MIS 247820 $55, 000. The Maser Suite has a large bathroom garden tub and French Sludtg dors lending to p l auef. iseid o
MS271 1 ANNA Wel built, MIS2420 $0 bath.reis ,7xiou a ids play in the unfinished, old
energy effident, brick home loc ted heated pool or spa Let the kids play a the Large Famly rm There is a 2 car detached garage with plenty
in Compass Lake in the Hills on BONIFAY Lovely tstoragel Call todayter you eclusae shown eOg sLelLsA 120m 10USAy B O R)rn on property. Born
2.37 acres includes all amenites O oy oewtLOOKINGFORTHEPERTECTHOME g02.bedroom house and barn d property. Barn
S of the subdivision. Coll Ed McCoy, two story home with, YOUR UGE FAMILY?? Wel has attached 20x40 shed and two 12x2 horse
850-5736198, to see tis.splendid 4 bedrooms, den. with LookNe further! Brat 4 Bedroom
home hsomonyspecial features. fireplace, nice open Bath homeWl s stall s. Approx:.10 acre hay field. Somefencing.
growth sa hof wrp e niceTopen 1 s
MLS 248443 $ $289,000. Unan s to
GRAND RIDGE PossiNe kitchen and MORE! habeao r grod un lrground storm shelter, well and septictank
weroan t mo home MLS 248327* $89,900. harwod li. anOn the c 0d 0IB LS #24 497
rdy tar a new homeoner. tome Aelroeo bor #248497utle . ~ ~ ll.
ire ent v e iteploce, biiroomn have AAo rpe o under the .....................
oo, 3 beome, 2 bot and l a MARIANNA carpe.Thema22xFamiymrom
n e nts. Owners are flexible n Exceptional 4 bedroom home has thatcanbetaee aconvetledloanother )
inod oll Ed Mcoy,850-536198 many custom folures, form el eodrot needed lrealSlpati o8tacres hicB omehasanewer4tonacu nisho mechneolleredasashoRsale
oR det nd vng i home. iving/dining rooms, large kitchen ML ne8t CALL SIRCY HRCES 10001 01 epa
MLS 248398 $54;00.- ond 600 ft.den with broken style LOCATED IN
Debbie Roney Smith, tieCORNER.ooing. MUSTCozy
Realtor- MIS 248506 $174,900. Bedroom 2 Bath home
8Awith aprox 1300 sq ft 850-209-8039 MARIANNA under airl Vinyl Siding
debbieroneysmith@ Brick home in town with 3 wit no Maintenance
e. baruail.com bedrooms, located on nice needed! Home has a
embarqmail.com shaded lot close to local meta roof, a 21x6 Bac
Cozy 2 bedroom 2 both home amenities. Great for first BR/2eiso
Located onpvdra.oahda orch to relax on! Wood Floors inside home! This won't last log so cal today[
iling & gas fireplace. Choinlinktime home buyer SOLD AS IS CALL CRESH HARRISON 482-1700 O STACY BOES 73 o Mobile home.
oi 0p t o o e i fencing. Storage building. Asphalt MILS 248263 $55,955. STUNING EXECUTIVE on 2 fena
driveway. Shaded acre. DSL HOME WITH ALL THE
owilabe. Metalroof new'in2009. t MARIANNA Home BELLS AND WHISTLESIPVd
This,4 Bedoom, 3 at oe h as cres. ,Paved '
Owned 200 gal propane lank. with numerous custom features, evhi hng you want and more!
soeover 28D0 sq f Under Air. with od,3m tlq rg bidns n ovre
MLS 248108 $110,000 beamed ceilings and some or ge0s s niAe eA roads, 3 metal ge buildings, one converted
Newer he Built In 2005. ft Ceiings with Windows from
e l in c original hardwood flooring. Ctilen oeloing into living quarters. Generator for Mobile
link fenced. 3noorn bhp Home is move-in ready. ass st1 t beings built n
Split odrm floor plan Garde enterainmentcenter N a geni home. Animals welcome. Possible owner
tob in master bath. Wood IS 248229 $115,000 i.eheaoe toe cod .- .
burning Fire pace. Stainless steel Forml n Wet h are bef beautfl Ereero done. Theain Kch amis adreat Grandecountedops financing 20% down, 6% interest for 5 years
appisces. r ened front porch. .DELLWOOD AREA o:lb o sortr tsland aEi lotsougra cahcireol Stiness see appliee with w/a o uecredit MIS, ye #24850
sthe 2nd Full private skitc r. The master bedroom is ow the first floor and there 4s also a full bedroom and bth0 Mfp drnstalrs. The 2nd floor has 2 bedrooms alell s nth. There is a 2 car attache garage with a bnonus i ........................................................
MLS 248188 $146,000 spacious open floor plan, kitchen writt hesceeretair endthe detoched goragn s largeeno etoretoorbuyar Therisanherbedrom mr
Quiet neighborhood. Good with breakfast ban; large utility hthe deachndgrage. Tihe ORGEOUS backaw is perfect r enlermningyourguests with a buitin gNI areaaln
investment roerly. Recent CALL CRES HARRISON OR STACY 00GES or eon PRIVATE showing today
changesincludermeta roo paint room, attached corport and
floor covwering, r er,. MORE All on 2.5 acres. TRATBH OR A
refigerator & stove, interior .. TOOTHBRUSH AND
doors kitchen counter tops, & MLS 248022 $121,500 MOVE RIGHT INa
detached storae building. Some 2 Bedroom Remtdeed
Completely Remodeled
wood fencing r privacy. COTONDALE Nice home in the City limits
MLS 248331 38,500 home on 3.3 acres with custom T Chattahoochee!
JUST LISTED. Cuslom Built 2008 feottires, hickory cabinets, The King arean s andn
home on over 1 acre. 3 bedrooms stainless appliances fireplace, sa stainless stem.
2 baths aver. 2500sf Split 3 bedrooms, 3 sided covered appiances, flat top
- roo n Poor plan. Great room porches and two car antched stovnew counleraps and cabinets and a 3 door refigerator. Original hardwood
with wood bumn fireplace, high asaFloors throughout with No carpeting! Remodeled Bathroom with stackable washer
ceilings & recess lighting, custom gage. and dryer! Enjoy the summer nights swinging on the front porch. Large p acre lot
kitchen. s cu MLS 248260 $139,900. has a huge backyard Central Heat and air with allI new duct work! MLS #248385
SMoster bth w/acuzzi ISL I *CALL CRESH HARRISON 482-1700 0 STACY BORGES 573-199O
tu~~b, sep, show.er. MUST SEE.
Me e48s 16 $25s,o000 eB RENDA b o850.557.4799 Wlocated an .Rerrits Mit Blountstown Business opportunity on
&.tReadtmrO bedmognPond! Cozy 2 edroomI
Ceal 50-20952 M ORGAN century2l.com ahC iBe Highway 20, road to the beach. Metal building
C lar oyete ovrlooking takc! Large ha
Ierri Backyard with deck perfect h pprox. 3,100 sq ft. H/C and 7,500 sq
Cell 50-2 3- 72 M O0GA eoxiO Hitcher end

ceI-.so-s 2 Cal t-on Kae and ft under roof. Roll-up door 10x12, 3 offices,
updates! Living room and
i aMaster bedroom ovook three Y2 baths, 8 hold rooms, and workshop/ the water! Fireplace in living room! Private driveway to home! CaGl today for your personal
showing MLS #247509. CALL CRESH HARRISON 850-482-1700 mechanics room. Fenced back lot on corner of
11 2735 FREEMAN RD. ALFORD, FL 32420 Vs-ERYTIT55 I ROoo.MakEore
ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL AND MOVE-IN INSIE AND OUT Iwopaved streets. $375,000. MLS #247989
READY on 10 acres! Totally renovated manufactured Bed mos 3 i2 Baths with pvd$7 ..
home. You s5t see to appreciate this home with new floor coverings, noew Relax mston tIhe wra around
wiring and panel box, new A/C unit, ouew appliances including refrigerator, prch or deck In the Oclard.
stove, dishwasher and washer/dryer new cabinets and counter-tops. 4 ce isvnwihgrom as fiaceuland
Kitchen island with builtii storage and electrical outlet. Fireplace in den. cn roods leading to 12
Gravel circle driveway. Storage building in backyard. Citrus and fruit trees. Large fencedooakl. Hacyard 16ood
kitchen in rgwith plenty
--Wotch the deer ond wildlife from the front porch c$114,00loorv5 anO etairs! T
Countertop N cabint space
Larg center stenO and brea.f.st areat Format Otning scam reach Doors] The vater bedro m
50s mare French doors leadino ts the tuck deck! The maste rom nose garden ta b end double
sinks. There is an air conationed Aareromfledrcom ldmd halt th a t the de ached garage. Call
Iday for your prnaat showing. MLS #248338. CAL CRESH HARRISON 850 482-1700
NEWH USTING IN CITY UMITS
OF MARIANNH Nice 3
Bedroom, 1.5 Bath brdc home
NO EXPENSE 4 located at a ead end steet
SPARED!! 4430 PLEASANT GROVE LN. MARIANNA, FL s car garage with beautiful,
Everything is beautiful Features 32446:- Want seclusion and be close to nature? This is the ideal spot[ cce oak Ures, Tis home ol
Ev igis beautiful meaterr d W M o l toleoaklinm al Well-maintained
include great room with lighted Well mointoe mobil hom e on 13 ocnessosoued b wood. Mobe home has o
in tntoo hlinds vaulted ceiling in livng area and enlarged full both. Acreoge is fenced on three sides so cal us today sold SBisA
tray c ing plantation bnd and has gate to access long, canopie drive which opens up into beautiul lqwIn at uts n42S. call cHER
ceramic tife floors, kitchen home site. Screened orch on front to sit and watch deer and'turkeys. Back has. HARRISO OR STACY BORG hES
with Corian counters, stainless 8Xi 6 deck installed year ago. Workshop has fluorescent lighting and electrical FmOI....OR ..... .io,,,o, MAO mobile m in
steel appliances very nice cabinets, breakfast area,3 bedrooms outlets allound. Thereisowet-water Treekrunningacrossthebackoftheaproperty GREAOPPOlIU1R1E1.P A C n s t m t b
carpeted 2 baths and the home is handicap accessible. Enjoy You really need to see to appreciate. Serious buyoeronly, plEase. $49,90 3 or 4 Bedroom, 3 bath home has a country setting. The master bedroom has
your evenings en the patio overlooking the lovely landscaped a 1nool0 l flen artaie a walk-in closet. All appliances included.
yards. Call Bevely, 850-209-5211 today for your appointment. 7,, Hu, gr7a er .room Scree272M ned m lin
MLS 248415 $159,900 LPh and undy Roa So Most of property is chain-link fenced, .7 ac
2445 ,.,,,ELLEN on 5 any lots. anhs a tanuffu
atF urrckd ia 24,24 A H lot is cross fenced with large garden space.
Pat Furr MARSH, CRS sho! Theoe aa Update
wing plumbing, me tome needs some work but would make the perfect orse lot yoa ar enshmlle d So8d
Realtor 850.209.1000 CEL pul L t. AnOGH t S pe snr eoaom, o d Open Is..hed 18xl5, storage bldg. 12x8. Front
850.209.8071 ELLEN@EDUCATEDREALESTATE.NET 0o0,H,, o and back porch. Reduced to $27,900. Will
Bedroom 2Bathi HomewhamS
160,onder etme consider offers! MLS #247915.
huIshad nenorl updotes indudO cnsdrofes
re tainng, upated tichenth
F ~ o ,n e nie 3E ed ma/20 etr:c sle ptic nt 2mrse
v ona aa od meon hOng asot em Cover tnt, ust
eerdon n o cenha th waneneg aor you and yeur famlyI This hame is P d to SELL.. So ct tasL cALL CRESI HARRSON 42s110
tn e It,, s ,hav LOOKINGFOR THE PREFECT
hw te & mer COUHTRY HOME?? Wellook
de ede a iacu3 0 epan sh"0 4683 Shankle Dr. Spacious 4 bedrooms, 3 baths no further! Located In Alonrd x.. ..
MLS/247865 $223,000 city Limits but has over 2
Lcovtp 3Bedroonml2Bae, Dad convenien SCto O oolnd shopping. Screened porch overlooks acres Large 3 Bedroom 2
;y ,edba quiet ault in, .... nt. in-ground pool. Family room with fireplace. Large loft adjacent hath home wh ..e 1800
-. 1- ""~" 1,n w w to garage could be used for 5th bedroom, media/game room, Fiont porth wih a private
n e"na-no- at & r, n ,bi storage area, etc. M LS #246956 *, $155,000." portr p c e
Addi,,o as'e n nanar nh thr hoe n alc & heating unit Some windows have been replaced with double pane windows! SOLD AS
noe ned p ae n tk 15 MLS #247550 CALL CRESH HARRSION 0R STACY BORGES FOR '00RE INFORMAlOHI
tdeoiorekndacnd in.endpnpool
MLS#248193 $178,500 LOCATED ON 2.24 ACRES
Lovely One Aeee Son a 10 GRmEENW00ddNeFORT
thi, 0.11 ointeoand, coatr~te O0 a~ ero
da chan. e m inlen Bath Brick home and a 3 car 6
anma ro and i moeit ro garage. Over 2900 sq ft with
To ape nt o dit n de a 924 View Dr. Pnedced on his tustomtui[t, 4 bedroom, 2 both beatly te. alargelIng om., updated
eeo oreodeled acth tle aIoth9 nd
emomr op. Tenext door noghdeoha, Goeo~lesb tie ico honairsiT l~fs lorido. ThO Scitlisnboailles epsHich ee501vged Idhichencabls distweshel ta10 ty pecn o at dnd t orhe ok fhom on oki tilroad sittion. The spindles were mode fro wnine (ss ct0ken torn tc ires Fub in Hardwood floods thru Oct
MIS/#248434 s Pensolo. Newel posts are ol sclvoged from 1800s homes as is the dlowfot lub upstairs, The back living oreas old ledrooms M0r0an 0 Approximately 2 acre lot with
Agr ~ve 3Ber mm/GBetn door is from precina NewOdorns Beaul wooded dew from your bock desk. Three doors upstss Sunken Living Boom tao o Beactiful word burning Brick Fireplace. 10x12 Brick Slorage
an bLi to 2006 and o~atra u m funddiatenty leaded giolAis dw. The brick aond the liteplace cod or the cimney, health, tfrI I.AN'D FOR SALEir ierr M---- oni-, sue ~.Ti,"oe and efnt door ar slid they 6i 1868 original doorhandles and dooI pltes. Teeare to sets of Building. SOLD AS IS. CALL CBESH HARRISON 482-17100 RSTACY BORGES 573-190 149 on n0or1.h f50rso ZOne( mixed USed.
_-- =br, ,is...teps,n~robt stops, pirp,'goove toe ocA heA pi;ngr orehlrmowot eebui i t tn he18shre ooemwory,"many re mrP --' + I It 'er Could be residential, apartments/duplex
ciligs, iaed as, two a bears mor custom eures too numerous to name, so plese etersaneo orehutobtomatodrdcc elosinel800.oTheoeynmooy ,sU pl.eheeed1edentialoapartments/duplexMIU
--odetc sagc. Eeabomanooeat 0 [coa sted edt oo' pioc, do~vcod, lnrge, byord popioo Toe. Theeciwolcl 'rg ouotso bec he a . .. usnes
a nod ad ing. Cell and sfT ror business. City utilities. Two bedroom, old
A steeped sprig on the tovr side of the lot leeds into McComick take forming a smol woteroll. Thee
maieyoponmnldy sonintermittentseomhhthretmirsofo oldsil.The 70ft.dpromtod0Ickeceolehilsid", house being sold "AS IS". MLS #247182
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