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Vol.90 No.164


New school administrators settle into roles


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
As students and their parents get ready
for a new'school year, many will be seeing
new faces in administration..
Nine schools will have different princi-
pals, while six will retain their top leader
from last school year. But those half-doz-


en will see changes at the second slot.,
Jennifer Hawthorne replaces Diane Long
as principal at Golson Elementary. Amy
Allen is taking over as assistant principal
to Hawthorne at Golson. Allen was previ-
ously hand director at Marianna Middle
School.


SLong has been assigned as principal at
Cottondale Elementary School, where
she had served as principal directly be-
fore being sent to Golson. Cottondale
Elementary will not have an assistant
See SCHOOL, Page 11A


RiverWay looks for summit site
i eray Summitsit


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
, dbtucri',ilter,,jctloridarcor


Key members of the River-
Way South Apalachicola Choc-. ,- .- n B --
tawhatchee organization were .. ... .....
in Marianna on Tuesday, look- LT" .I.
ingfor a potential site to hold its a ". -
annual summit in early April. -
Potentialvly. they like to sched- -" .
ule it the same time Marianna ...> -'-" --
is putting on its annual Paint : .. '"
'n Pork barbecue and artsrfes- .. .-. '- .. \7-'- -., .
tival, to give the summit crowd __ .. '~ .
a taste of an event like.those **:A:
the organization wants to help '' '-':"'" ': ."
area communities develop and "$.....
promote. 0 -:
Project Manager Pam Port- "
wood said 'Chipola College is
"looking like a really good facil-
-ity" but that a decision on the
summit location has not yet
been made. The team is also
looking at sites in the other
areas covered by the organiza-
tion. The nonprofit focuses on
the Apalachicola River-adja- A fisherman wades into the rain-swollen waters of the Apalachicola River.
cent communities of Jackson, Jackson County Tourist. De- as president of the RiverWay
Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf, Liberty yelopment Director Pam Fuqua South AC group.
and Gadsden, as well as Choc- accompanied the search corn- If the Marianna 'commu-
tawhatchee-adjacent Washing- mined, which include Homer nity does hlost the session, it
ton and Holmes-counties. Hirt. a local resident who serves could mean a brjo4t for local


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restaurants, hotels and other
businesses; RiverWay is hop-
ing to attract 250 people to the
See RIVERWAY, Page 1A


POSSUM FESTIVAL AND FUN DAY

S A Thile it was hot and humid inWauisau on Saturday,-
V /\ it didnt put'a damper on the town's 44th annual
V Possum Festival and Fun Day.This year'spossum
themed extravaganza included visits by Gov. Rick Scott,
House Speaker Pro Tern
Marti Coley and state legis-
lator Matt Gaetz, as well as ,


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the crowning of the town's
possum royalty Friday night.
Mustache Beard, who is
also known as Skyla Carter,
was crowned queen. McLo2
vin Possum, also known as
Derek Blount, was crowned
king.
See more photos on6A


wnie ueorgie tne bany possum was
trying to lie low in the front pocket of
Whitney Lipford's coveralls Saturday,
people kept asking to see the small
marsupial. Lipford is from Marianna.


Gun found
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hidden in

toilet bowl
From staff reports
Jackson County resident Timo-
thy Coulliette has been charged'
with being a felon in possession
of a firearm. A neighbor reported
Seeing him firing
a gun Wednes-
day. Authorities
investigated and
found a,'.22-cali-
ber handgun hid-
den in the bottom
Coulliete of a toilet bowl
in a bathroom of
his mother's house at 1882 Tobe
Lane, where Coulliette had alleg-
edly been seen with the gun.
Investigators report that sev-
eral shell casings were found in
the yard outside the house, along
with a partial box of unfired am-
munition on the porch, of the
home. Those matched the cali-
ber of the handgun found in the
toilet, authorities say.:
In a case in March 2007, Coul-
liette was convicted of felony
battery; he was arrested after he
was accused of hitting another
man in his neighborhood with
a glass beer bottle. He entered a
no-contest plea and was placed
on probation. However, accord-
ing to court records, he violated
probation in 2008, was adjudi-
cated guilty and sentenced to
serve 18 months in prison.


Dothan man

sentenced for

$3 million fraud
The Associated Press
MONTGOMERY, Ala. -A Do-
than man is headed to prison
for more than seven years for
defrauding investors in Alabama
and Florida out of $3 million.
U.S. District Judge Myron
,Thompson handed down, the
sentence Friday for 68-year-
old Edward Lincoln Forehand.
He was convicted of securities
fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud and
money laundering.
Prosecutors say Forehand used
the business name "USA Market-
ing" to solicit investments from
people mainly in south Alabama
and the Florida Panhandle. He
told them the money was being
invested in a business that sold
cookware to colleges.
Prosecutors say Forehand
received $6.2 million from
investors but sent only $1.6 mil-
lion to the cookware business,


Florida Fruit owner not just another retiree keeping busy


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Don Bedsole watches traffic on U.S. 231 from his produce stand in Florida
on July16.


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Bedsole a fixture

at produce stand
BY CLAY GREENE
cgreene@dothaneagle.com
Along U.S. 231, in Jackson
County, Fla., there sits a small
produce stand with a large blue
sign resting on the tin roof that
reads "Florida Fruit" in 'faded
yellow letters.
This is the stand where Don
Bedsole has tirelessly worked for
the last 40 years.
"I was raised in a grocery store,"
Bedsole said. "My family owned
the store and I worked there
when I was young, so I guess it's
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just in my blood.".
After serving in the military,
Bedsole had many jobs, includ-
ing his current post at the stand
where he has worked every sum-
Smer' since.
"We get our corn and peanuts
locally, and then we get our
peaches and onions from Geor-
gia," Bedsole said as he stood
at the counter with a floor fan
humming behind him. 'All of the
produce that's not grown around
here is brought in, I would
say about two or three times
a week."
Bedsole is always welcoming
to his visitors, some of whom
stop by regularly.
'A lot of people come around


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'the holidays or on their way to
the coast, but some of the faces
become familiar after a while,"
Bedsole said. Though the stand
is open from Memorial Day until
the early days of autumn, Bed-
sole is able to keep himself oc-
cupiedin the offseason.
"I still have buddies who I'll
see around, and we all try to
stay busy," Bedsole said with a
smile. "We're not your traditional
retirees."
For years, Bedsole has served
as a member of the Order of the
.Amaranth Diabetes Foundation,
an international organization
that raises funds to support the
American Diabetes Association's
Research.


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At left, Gov. Rick Scott tries to hand off a possum to first lady Ann Scott as the local
and state officials get acquainted with the critter being honored at the festival in
Wausau on Saturday.


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JACKSON COUNTY

FLORIDAN
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GETTING IT RIGHT
The Jackson County Floridan's policy
is to correct mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call 526-3614
Monday-Friday.


Community Calend


SUNDAY, AUG. 4
) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion'
6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
(in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.).
Attendance limited to people with a.desire to stop
drinking. .
Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting- 8 p.m. in
the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
5429 College Drive, Graceville.

MONDAY, AUG. 5
Parent Campus Clean Up Day 1-8 p.m. at
Golson Elementary School, Marianna. Volunteers*
will help.with painting, putting up bulletin boards;
yard work and more. Hosted by Golson PTO. Drop b)
anytime during the designated hours. PTO meeting
at 5:30 p.m. Dinner for volunteers at 6 p.m.
)) Patmore/Hale Book Signing 1-3 p.m.
at Chipola River Book & Tea, 4401 Lafayette St.
in downtown Marian'na. Local author Mary Lou
Patmore, whose pen name is Wahletta Hale, will sigr
copies of her inspirational mystery, "My Brother's
Finder-My Brother's Keeper."
Free Employability Workshop: Making Posi-
tive First Impressions 2:30 p.m. at the One
Stop Career Center in Marianna. Visit EmployFIbrli-
da.com to register.
Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meeting
5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings
are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects
lessons, help. All quilters welcome: Call 209-7638.
) City of Jacob Council Meeting 6p.m. in,
Jacob City Hall. Regular monthly meeting. Public
welcome. Call 263-6636.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.

TUESDAY, AUG. 6,
Marianna.City Farmers Market 7 a.m. to
noon at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase
fresh fruits andvegetables grown by local farmers.
Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting
Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna.'
)) Orientation Noon to 3 p.m. at Goodwill Career
Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn
about and register for free services. Call 526-0139.
) Sewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson County
Senior Citizens, 293.1 Optimist Drive in Marianna.
Call 482-5028.
) Free Employability Workshop: Creating a
Cover Letter 2:30 p.m. at the One Stop Career
Center in Marianna..Visit EmployFlorida.com to
register. ,
) Jackson County's 2nd Annual National
Night Out 2013 4-7 p.m. at Madison Park in
Marianna. Event sponsors are CrimeStoppers
Sof Jackson County, Marianna Fire Department,.
Chipola College, Marianna Police Department and,


The submission deadline for this calendar is twvo da
email editorial@jcflo


MARIANNA POLICE
DEPARTMENT
The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for Aug. 1, the latest
available report: One accident,
one report of mental illness
with violence, one physical
disturbance, one verbal dis-
turbance, two burglar alarms,
two traffic stops, one trespass
complaint, one follow-up inves-
tigation, one suicide attempt,
one noise disturbance, one
animal complaint, six property
checks, one assist of a motorist
or pedestrian, one retail theft,
four assists of another agency,
one 911 hang-up and six home
security checks.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE

The Jackson County Sheriff's


other public safety agencies. Hot dogs, chips and
drinks will be served free of charge and there will bi
activities for the entire family. Call 718-1030..
Marianna City Commission Regular Meet-
ing 6 p.m. at City Hall, 2898 Green St. The public
is invited to attend. Call 718-1001.
) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
SChurch, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7 .
Early Learning Coalition of Northwest
Florida Board of Directors Meeting -11 a.m;
CST at the Children's Home Society, 914 Harrison
SAvenue in Panama City. Conference callrnumber is
1-888-670-3525 and guest code js 4998489399.
Call 850-252-2705.
Emerald Coast Hospice Volunteer Lun-
pheop Noon at Gazebo Coffee Shoppe&
Deli,'downtOwn Marianna. Anyone interested in
'becoming community volunteer at EmeraldCoas
Hospice i-s invited. R.S.V.P. to 526-3577 or margo.
' lamb@gentiva.com.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting
Noon to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Free Class: Basic Computer (Part 1) Noor
to 3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career Training Center,
4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn basic components
and use of a computer. Part 2 is set for Wednesday,
, Aug.14. Call 526-0139.

THURSDAY, AUG. 8
Marianna City Farmers Market 7 a.m. to
noon at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase
fresh fruits and vegetables growntby local farmers.
Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The
Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's
focus is the local community, "Community, Childrei
& Character". Call 526-3142.
)) Job Club Noon to 3 p.m..at the Goodwill
Career Training Center, 4742 O.S. 90, Marianna.
Learnjob seeking/retention skills; get job search -
assistance. Call 526-0139.
) Free Employability Workshop: Mock Inter-
r viewing 2:30 p.m. at the One Stop CareerCente
in Marianna.Visit EmployFlorida.com to register.
) Tools to Quit Smoking Session 3-5 p.m.
at the Florida Department of Health in Jackson
County Conference Room. Free nicotine patches; -
lozenges and/or gum fdr program participants. Cal
482-6500., '
D Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group
5:30 p.m. at Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board
Room. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by ex-
smokers for those.who want to become ex-smoker,
themselves. Call 482-6500.


La" ,

Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,
e. 8-9 p.mn;First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale-
donia St., Marianna,.in the AA room. Attendance
limited topeople with a desire to stop drinking;
Spapers-will not be signed. '

9 FRIDAY,AUG.9
D Knitters Nook -10 a.m. at the Jackson County
SPublic Library, Marianna Branch. New and experi-
enced knitters are welcomed. Call.482-9631.
D Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Wor-
ship Center,2645 Pebble Hill Road. in Marianna.
S'Adult, teen meetings to "overconmehurts, habits and
harlg-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856,573-1131. .
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in theAAroom of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. ih Marianna.

SATURDAY, AUG. 10
t ) Marianna City Farmers Market -= 7 a.m. to
noon at Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase
fresh fruits and vegetables grown by local farmers.
Alford Community Health Clinic Hours -10
a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in
SAlford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients
n without medical insurance treats short-ferm
illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments
available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins
welcome. Sign in before noon.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting
4:30-5:30 p.m. in theAA room of First United'
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

SUNDAY, AUG. 11
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette. St. in Marianna
(in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette'St).
n,. Attendance limited to people with a.desire to stop
drinking. .
Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting -8 p.m. in
the board roomof Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
5429 College Drive, Graceville. '

MONDAY, AUG. 12, .
r )) Jackson County Adult Education Fall Reg-
istration Begins Aug. 12.'Cost: $45 for Florida
Residents, $180 for non-residents. Interested in
obtaining yourGED or high school diploma? Call for
an appointment: 482-9617, ext. 221. '
1 Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at
Jim's Buffet & Grill. Call 482-2005.
)) Free Employability Workshop: Overcoming
Barriers to Employment 2:30 p.m. at the One
SStop Career Center in Marianna. Visit EmployFlori-.
s da.com to register.,


I.' )) Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meeting
)) Free Summer Concert: Cedar Mountain- 7- -.5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
S9 p.m. at CitizensLodge in Marianna. Presented by 3975 US 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings are
Jackson County P arks and Recreation and Main- .. fourthMondays; other Mondays are for projects,
Street Marianna. , lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
ays before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447,
)ridan.com,.fax 85Q-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna. '


Police Rounidup


Office and county fire/rescue
reported the following inci-
dents for Aug. 1, the latest
available report: One drunk
driver, one dead
7- person (natural
' k ^ causes) one
rC IiME stolen vehicle,
4 v one abandoned
vehicle, three
reckless driver reports, four
suspicious vehicles, three
suspicious people, two escorts,
two highway obstructions,
one physical disturbance, 15
medical calls, one fire depart-
ment. request, three burglar
alarms, one panic alarm, one
report of shooting in the area,
20 traffic stops, three larceny
complaints, three criminal
mischief complaints, one
trespass complaint, one noise
disturbance, three animal
complaints, one assist of a mo-


tourist or pedestrian, one assist
of another agency, one canine.
,deployment, three transports,
one Baker Act transport, two,
threat/harassment complaints
and three 911 hang-ups.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY

The following people were
booked into the county jail
during the latest reporting
periods:
)) Joseph Justice, 43, Rt. 1
Box 63, Cottondale, violation
of county probation, hold for
Washington County.
)) Christopher Craig, 33,109
Naomi Drive, Dothan, Ala.,
failure to appear.
)) Lenton Spelghts, 73,4052,
Old Cottondale Road, Marian-
na, violation of state probation.
)) Cornelius Lee, 31,770 Lark


SSt., FortWalton Beach, hold for
SLeon County.
John Glover, 33,4405
Comanchee Lane, Marianna,
violation of county probation.
Nathan Pittman, .37,2667
Faney St., Cottondale, court
order. -
)) Timothy Coulliette, 25,1882
Tobe Lane, Marianna, felon in
possession of a firearm.
)) Sean Daniels, 38, 794 Fair-
view Road, Marianna, driving
under the influence and prop-
: erty damage, leaving the scene
of a crash involving property
damage.

Jail Population: 207

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


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James Anthony Hitchcock Autumn Joy Smith was
was born July 17, 2013, born at 1:41 a.m, on
at Southeast Alabama July 29, 2013, at Jackson
Medical Center, weigh- Hospital in Marianna.
ing 5 pounds, 13 ounces. She weighed 8 pounds
His parentsare Tiffany and was 21 inches long
Tate HitchcQk and David at birth. Her parents are
Hitchcock. Brand Brooks and Bran-
SGrandparentspare Kelly don Smith,' .
and DannyTate of Cot- Grandparents are Sara
tondale; Cynthia and Mike Smith of Graceville, Billy
Kuitz ofFort Myers; and Smith of Graceville, Deana
Greg and TerrirHitchcock, .Graham of Sanford, and'
o..fBonita Springs. Jerry Brooks of Graceville,,
Great-grandparents are Davine and David Shores0f ..................
Cottondale; Helen Deese of.Cottondale; Judy Hitchcock Charlotte Rease Trejo
and the late Dan Hitchcock of Bonita Springs; and Jack was born on June 24, 2013,
.and Mary Lout Falrclothi of Boniifay. nhtuk"ka h
.. .... inShattuck, Okla. She
Christian Gage Rudd joins her brother, lack, her
was-born at,8:37 a.m. on' sister, Abbie lane, and her
July 26, 2013. at Jackson .. parents, Che and Laura
Hospitalin Marianna.' Trejo. dparentsare
He weighed pounds, Bruce andNarentsa-
15 ounces and was 20/ :. Bruce and Nola McMul-
inches long at binh. His ia' an'ofMarianna, Angel
parems'are Kayla ad.and D'lo Trejo of Tat-.
parents are Kavla and.:A --- '' ^ mTe ^[^ .
~AlvinRudd. l i lahassee,andEddie'ahid
Grandparents are Ken- ..Av Ni 1 o Melissa Seales ofWalnut Hi
daland.ArtenMolsfaeenof" 'i' *Alva Nichols of Marianna, S
- dal and.Ali~e Mols~e~e of"- : adDreStdvntoD
Theodore, Ala., and Bret .. .andDorieSturdivantof.
Sand Geraldine Toneyof Jayla A'Mari ude
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Marianna. Great-grand- ,- .
Parents are Mike and Jo Jones of Sneads. : was born at 8:48 a.m. on
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Evan Alexander Sorey ..
was born July 25,2013, at'
Sacred Heart Children's '
Hospital in Pensacola,
weighing 8.5 pounds. ,
His parents are Elizabeth
Patton Sorey and Terrace ,
Sorey. -


..: july 6 1UJII., aL JatJSou0
SHospital in Mariannrma.
She weighed 7 pounds,
6.5 ounces and was 19/
inches long at birth. Her
parents are Rainona Smith
and Jarrien Dudley.
Grandparents are Ray-
mond and Mary Smith of
Malone, Wendy Dudley:,
and Monroe Rhynes of ,,
Greenwood.


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Sara MNcMullian of Dellwood,
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,utut wg iiw, un wtwturijuiiwy vn
:-TALLAHASSEE- The state board bn "
that oversees education in Florida -...
turned to a veteran education offi- Katbleen Shanahan,
cial to help deal with the-turmoil af- ,. state Boardof Edu(ction member
ter the abrupt resignation of Educa-
tion Commissioner Tony Bennett. But several board members ex-
State Board of Education mem- pressed shock that Bennett chose
bers voted quickly and unanimously to step down after allegations that
during a Friday ,emergency meet- he changed the grade of a charter
ing to select Pam Stewart as interim,' school run by a major Republican
commissioner. donor during his previous job.,


Some 'board members also ex-
pressed fears that Bennett's depar-
. ture comes at a difficult time when
the state is' in the middle of a com-
plicated :transition to new tough
school standards known as "comn-.
mon core."
- "We have a mess oni. our hands
and we have an opportunity on our
hands," said Kathleen Shanahan, a
board member who said the panel
needed to move quickly to figure out
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'A either you are Af-' for one reason or another, ..poverty. Though it has feel sorry for themselves,
" \ll/rican American, problems will persist. been magnified how becausepeople of all
V Caucasian, Asian, Some folks African-Americans in colors, races, nationalities
Hlispanic, Native Ameri- 'who have` deprived areas live, there and creeds are suffering. If
can, from the Middle East, been blessed are other races in our : yo'have been born into a
or fromin anywhere ir our, to live in' country living in crime- "bad situation," doin't-give
world, when you become a stable,'solid riddled, poverty areas also. up! Utilize the libraries,i,-
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tive manner as we' correct same situation, no matter drugs, scheming against d destiny. Takelife seriously
some of our past faults what our race. It has been others and taldifigparrin as an 'individual," and
and mistakes. Many don't' proved throughout the. criminal activities. This -go after your dreams and,
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tending school with peo-
ple of different ethnicities,
Iwas able to see up close
and personal that we all
react very similarly when
put in the same 'situations.
SIf any individual, no mat-
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School grading


system gets anF
M aybe the best thingthat can be said about the
school grades released lest week by the Florida
\ Department ofEducation is, they could have
been worse.
Had the state Board of EdcucatiQn not intervened
earlier this month and voted by the narrowest of
margins 4-3'=-to not allow any.school grade to
drop more than one letter grade, the report card would.
have been horrific. Howhorrific? If not for'the Board
of Education's inflating of the grades; the state would
have had 262 failing schools. Instead, it had only 108'
failing schools.
Here in Marion County, there were~no F schools,
thank goodness. Of the 41 elementary and middle
schools graded high school grades have riot yet been
issued -there were 13 D's, 14 C's and nine B's. Four
schools, all elementary schools, received A's. '
What do these grades mean? Well, frankly no one
from the Board of Education to the superintendent of
Marion County Pubife Schools is sure., .
Said Board of Education member Kathleen Shanahan
of Tampa, who as ex-Gov. Jeb Bush's one-timechief of
staff helped develop the system.... ,
"'No grading system that changes virtually eyery year,,.
Sand then is tinkered with every year to make it politi-
cally palatable, could possibly be considered valid."
The original purpose of the'.schot)l grades was to
measure academic progress of each student body,.
therefore giving policymakers aguide.tb where to.
direct necessary resources. ...
S,' An awful lot has come to ride on school grades since
they were' first devised during the Jeb Bush years..
SCareers and real estate values, not to mention students
and schools, rise and fall by school grades. Yet,.fewin
Sand out of education know for sure what a school grade
really means anymore in Florida.
'Florida's accountability system deserves ah F, and it is
time the Legislature and The Board of Education accept
responsibility for this public-policytrain wreck '
andfixit.

Contact your representatives

Rida Legislature
- "" StateRep.Mar Co leyR-Dlst ct5
'" i.."D~itntOffice:- "-.' ..
,.Administration Building,Room 186 .
Chipola College
'' M "3094 Indian Circle .
Marianna, FL 32446-1701
cotey 850-718-0047
www.MyFloridaHouse.gov

State Sen. Don Gaeot. R-Dlstrt 1
District Office:


:Suireao /
W Destin, FL 32541 :
.850-897-57472
Gaz o 866-450-4366 (tol free)-. ,.
www.FLSenate.gov


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This month, tl


W 1h Congress on a five-
week vacation, it's your: .. 1
chancee to give your House ,


member and senators apiece of
your mind.-,.'..
SAnpold-fashioned town-hall meet-
ing is probably coming your way.
Yes, 'tweeting is faster,, buit getting in
a lawmaker's face? Priceless. .
When Rep. Robert Goodlatte,
,R-Vya., sp6nsoreda town-hall-.
meeting' in Lynchburg last month,
the last person to stand and speak'
was.Dulce Elias, 16, whose parents
broughther to the U.S. when she
was3. '
"I love it here. This is my country.
I want to keep on pursuingmy ,
education and I want to serve imy
country. But I can't because I am
undocumented,"' Elias said, choking
up, the News & Advance reported..
Please, she implored Goodlatte,
help the childrenwhose parents
brought them here and have done'
nothing wrohg. ,
. Goodlatte, the powerful chairnlan
of the House Judiciary Commit-:.
tee, strongly opposes immigration
reform until the borders are secure
and enforcement is, tightened. He's
no fan, of citizenship for all 11 mil-
lioin undocumented individuals,
but he said he would look into the.
issue.
"Maybe for someone like you, it
could include a pathway for cftizen-
ship,/' he said., '
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hijacked townhallimeetings and' ,
ttirned them ito shouting mn.atches
over health care reform and federal
spending. In 2010, many Democrat-


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..... ..... .. ham, Ala., Indianapolis, Columbu's;.-'
Ohio; Pittsburgh. and Wilington,
SDel Theideaistokill the health
." careslaw by starvatione,
S "We'll make sure lawmakers
Understand the American people.
Expect tho n to defund Obamacare
in its entirety," said Heritage's Mi-
IVfarS/-ilercer[ : hael Needham. .
ntn to talk a :" nDemocrats have warned that
trying to defund the health law will
embers of Congress skipped result in a government shutdown,
halls to avoid a scene with and that could have disastrous con-..
druents. Nobody loves being sequences-for the economy.. ".. 7
d at. This year, though, Demo- R )esponsible Republicanmembers.
say they won't cede-the field of Congress who wantto keep the.
intendito talk about -imigra- goyerrmg.ent openhave a tough job,
reform. Republicans want to ,.' going against the anti-goveriment
on, what else,'-the evils of tide.IVideo snippets posted online
muacare" and big government.., 'of a town-hallmeeting Monday
e Senate passed bipartisan inWetuimpka, Ala., illustrate the., :
migration bill June 27. that in- problem. "
es a path for citizenship for 11 'Rep. Martha Roby,R-Ala., 37 and.
on undocumented rimigirants. a second-teim House member, met
Republican Houseleadership with skepticism from altea-party
'U that approach anrid mayvote audience when she said shUtting. :
iveral bills this fall. down the federal government was a
)gressives will use the sum- bad idea.
recess to pressure the GOP. "If we shut the government down,,
Xavier Becerra, D-Calif., had. I believe that's exacty what Barack
mring for House members: Obama wants us to do," Roby said,
>u have a town hall or if you.. explaining that Obama would win
t, we're going to find you,in .' more seats in Corigress in 2014,
grocery store because this is dooming Republicah chances to
we've never been this close," he repeal the health law.
Tuesday it an interview with Oh,, the drama. I'm.waiting for
inberg News. ,' the realityTV folks t6 discover "Real
fight Obamacare, Heritage Ac- Congress of Grass-roots America."
,an offshoot of the conservative Until then, check out a town-hall
:age Foundation, plans town.". meeting near you this summer.
meetings, in nine cities beaten."" r '
nen inncibte Marsha Mercer writes.from Washington. Email,
19 and 29 Fayetteville, Ark.; her at marsha;.mercer@yahoo'com. 2013-
is, Tampa, Nashville, Birming- Marsha Mercer. All rights reserved.


Is GOP foolng itself about Obamacar'e?
ib a j ~Jll ld d~t ~Il~ic


S. Then Washington conserva-
\/\f tives gather to talk among
; w V themselves, andthe dis-
cussion turns to Obamacare it .
happens pretty frequently -- it's .
not unusual to hear predictions '
that the, president's health care law
will "collapse of its own weight." It's.
a "train wreck," many say, quoting
Democratic Sen. Mx Baucus. It's
-unwyorkable. It's going to be a big,
'smoking ruin. '
Some predict,'chaos beginning
Oct. 1, when the law requires .
Obainacare exchanges, the online
,'marketplaces in which people will.
be able to shop. for insurance; top
be up and running: And maybe,
that will happen; the day is a little
-more than two months off, and the .
administration seems far behind ,
schedule in the work that needs to
be done.
On the other hand, a lot of
'thoughtful conservatives are look-
ing beyond Oct. 1, to Jan. 1, the day.
the law (except for the parts the
president has unilaterally post-
poned) is scheduled to go fullyinto
*effect. On that day the government
"will begin subsiding health insur-
ance for millions of Americans. (A
family of four with income as high
as $88,000 will be eligible for subsi-
dies.) When people begin receiving
that entitlement, the dynamics of
the Obamacare debate willchange.
At that point,'the Republican
mantra of total repeal will become
obsolete. The administration will
mount a huge public relations
campaign to highlight individuals*
who have received government'
assistance to help them afford, say,
chemotherapy, or dialysis, or some
, other life-saving treatment. Will
Republicans advocate cutting off
the funds that help pay for such
care? '
The answer is no. Facing that
reality, the GOP is likely to change
its approach, arguing thatfhose


S_ tit is in the lawornot, within its for-
mal powers or beyond diem L-- to
y o 'prop up collapsing elements and
avoid political disasters in the near
l s-term," saidYuvaitevin, afosrmers
Bush administration staffer and "'
one of.Obamacare's most percep-,.
tive criticsin an' e-mail exchange.
ByronYork ".That okten means pure ad hoc,.
-_,__govening where they just do
' ... ..." ,."' "hatverthey have to in order to ,
people should be helped while. ,avoid allowing the system's'worst
the rest of Obamacare is somehow problems and failings to become
dismantled. apparent in the near term."' '.
The administration is fully aware None of this is to say Obamacare,.
of its advantage. Recently officials .' won't face huge problems. The
invited several prominent liberal most obvious is that it will make
bloggers to a special White House things worse for more people than
Obamacare briefing. From the it helps. If that disparity is huge
reporting that resulted,- one i that is, if on one side there are
headline included the declaration many millions of people paying
"Implementing the Affordable Care more for coverage than they did
Act is goingto bea huge success" previously, losing coverage they
-- administration officials are quite were satisfied with, and suffering
confident that, whatever problems through great uncertainty, while on
arise, Obamacare will be solidly in., the other side there are far fewer
Place after the money starts flow-, people receiving direct government
ing on Jan. 1. : subsidies- if that happens, then '
"Neither Democrats nor Republi- the political fight over Qbamacare.'
cans liked to emphasize how much will intensify rather than fade.
the Affordable Care Actidebate was But even then, the subsidies are ,
about redistribution rather ,than unlikely to go away.
health care as such, but there's a lot Obamacare could face even big- ,
of money here," wrote Slate's Mat- ger problems. The most serious is
thewYglesias, who attended the the s6-called "death spiral,"which
briefing. '.'The, law Ts structured to. could occur if too few young, .
be financially beneficial to a large healthy people sign up for cover-
majority of people, and the infra- age, dramatically raising the cost of
structure is in place to make that .' covering everyone else. ,
clear to a critical mass of them." But collapse of its own weight?
STruth be told, many Republidans The administration's insurance
did note that redistribution is at against that.is the'billions of dq.llars
the heart of Qbamacare. But the that Will start'flowing out of Wash-
fact is, the redistributing willbegin ington Jan. 1. Once that happens,
Jan. 1. Arid whatever else goes Republicans will likely stop talking
wrong with Obamacare, look for about Obamacare's collapse and
the White House to applywhat- will instead start searching forWays
ever fixes it must to make sure,the to limit the harm done to millions
money keeps flowing. of Americans. '
"The last few months have shown, .
us that the administration will do. Byron York is chief political correspondent
whatever it needs to do -whether for The Washington Examiner. '






JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


Motor City bankruptcy blues: City. insolvent


This is part one in a series.
(. .T jttle GTO, you're really
lookin' fine;
L. Three deuces and a'
four-speed ... and a 389..." ,
*''Little GTO" by Ronnie and
the Daytonas
SThe city that once created the
famed River Rouge auto plant,
thai produced powerful labor
unions and mighty muscle cars,
and that boasted great factories
symbolizing America's produc-
Stion prowess is insolvent.
'Detroit occupies a special -
niche in our collective national
consciousness. 'Detroit was
Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye '
and, Bob Seger. And what baby
boomer doesn't recall uper
Sports and Gobras and GTOs?
Now, like a hulking, rusting -
roller coaster, Detroit slumps in


bankruptcy, the largest Ameri-
can city ever to declare itself
officiallyy broke.
," 'Detroit was a
,-Workingman's
^ :' town. It offered
iloppoitunities for
m ~entrepreneurs
Mar ''," and provided
laborers with
MctDowi ,livable hourly
-" wages; Detroit
was Henry Ford
doubling worker pay to $5 a
day in 1914; it was JimmyHoffa
empowering the Teamsters and
Walter Reuther bargaining for
the UAW; it was Lee lacocca
designing aMustang that'sold
lik, hbtcakes.
Now, according to The Econo-
mist, "more than a third of
residents live belowthe poverty


level. Nearly half of all. street-
lights don't work ...' The schools,'
also under emergency state
control, are abysmal,.. crime
has gotten out of control. The
response .time for 911 calls is
nearly an hour."
Neg6tiationis and court rulings
: will determinewhich debts take
precedence, Bondholders may
or may not see further'returns
on their inveStments and re-
tired, city workers fear for their
pensions. As Gail MarksJarvis
writes in the Chicago Tribune,
"As if rising interest rates weren't
'upsetting enoughto individuals
losing money in mtmicipal bond
funds, Detroit's bankruptcy has
now intensified the sense of
insecurity over munis."
Very few muni bonds default,
and they represent one of the


few remaining tax breaks avail-
able to investors. But the value
of Detroit's general-obligation
bonds, a type of bond thought
to be the most secure of all muni
bond investments, is now shaky
at best.
ClarenIe Anthony of the Na-' ,,
tional League of Cities says that.
Detroit's demise need hot rep-
resent an alarm bell for munici-
palities in general. Conversely,
Walter Mead of Bard College
says D)etroit is just the first huge&
American city to crumble. "The
core institutions, ideas,and
expectations that shaped Ameri-,
can life for the 60 years after the
New Deal don't work anymore,
and the gaps between the social
System we've inherited and
the system we need today are
becoming so wide that we can


Chipola Theater earns Superiors in ew center
'I'


S,,Special to the Floridarn

The Chipola College
theater department cele-
Sbrate'd an outstanding'ii-
augural season in the new
$16 million Center for the
Arts with record numbers
of tickets sold and Supe-
. rior rankings from Florida"
College 'System Activfities
Association adjudicators.:
.Chipola Director of
Theater -'Charles Sirmo0h
safd ,more than 8,000.
theater patrons attend-"
Sed three major student
productions, the largest
attendance in school
history.: :
, The 2012-13, season in-:
cluded the comedy "Nois-
es Off' and Broadway
musical "Hairspray" both
of which earned Superior
ratings from the Florida
College System Activities
Association (FCSAA).
Chipola, theater majors
'also presented the annual
Theater Showcase, a fund-
raiser that featured a night
of skits, songs~and dance..
The season closed with
the children's show 'Alice


'i --..... . ~ About "Noises Off," FC- made it work, and they
SAA 'adjudicator Dee Sel-" made us laugh.
-h Cp 'l eamrre said: It was the per- Next up was the Broad-
s feet choice, and the new way musical "Hairspray"
fo-- space was fully capable which was a sellout for five'
of housing the two-story shows.
adu-revolving set expertly con- FCSAAaadjudicator, Rob-
=strcted'.by the, students ert Gandrup wrote, "The
and`.' Constance "*Smith, audience packed the, new
-r onChipoladirector ofd tech- theater and gave a stand-
cal theater n These yo bung ing ovation at the' end of.
actors, took the' direction the production,- and was
and concept devised' by well' deserved. I.was quite,
director';, Sirmon 'e:and impressed by the mas=
ranrwith it all the wayto tery of the shows' mate'-.
greatness. rial- by the cast and crew'
All areas of the produc- and how professional the
tio direction, choreog- demeanor of the whole'
raphy, sound, lighting, set, organization was as they'
costuming and performers presented their produc-'
--meldedtogetherufito a 'tio;n to a large audience.
wotk that each individual
involved could be proud.
of.' The size of the Chipola
The Chipola College theater department celebrated an theater program is decep-'"
outstanding inaugural season in the new $16 million Center five. This' department
for the Arts'with record numbers of tickets sold and Superior put on a production hath.,
rankings from Florida College System Activities Association rfiraled the work of large ri
adjudicators for TMNoises Off" and "Hairspray.' Here, Charles institutions.,
Sirmon, ChipoJa director of theater (left) and Evelyn' Ward, -.These students and fac-'
director of fine and performing arts, showoff plaques for the, ulty.have a dedication to
Superior rankings. ." ,their program and, to the,
inWonderland" which was, many ofwhomwere expe- art of Theater that is envi.-
performed.for hundreds'of. iencing live6theater for the; -able. They put their hearts,
local elementary students, first time. '.-: ,into the production. They


In my opinion, Chipola
has a Superior rank.. I
feel the erfitire cast had
moments 'on stage that
were' professional, sharp
arid stunning without'
up-staging or completely
stealing a scene or, the
whole show. It was a great .
ensemble production.",
Sirmon is in the process
of finalizing the 2013-14
season and says to expect
another ,superior sea-
son for -Chipola "'theater
department. ,
For more about Chipola
Theater, 1'email Sirmon
at sirmonc@chipola.edu'
or7 phone by phone ;at
850-716-2227. +








JERRY ,
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SUNDAY, AUGUST 4,2013 + 5AF


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tino longer paper them over or
ignore them."
. In sunny Florida, where our
-own economy is powered by
tourism, agriculture, inter-
national trade, the'aerospace
industry and militaryspending,.
Detroit's economic collapse
seems anathema to us. But
the ominous implications of
Detroit's financial struggles offer
' lessons to all.
Next week: What happened in
Detroit.
'Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC., AIF, a
syndicated economic columnist, Char-
tered Financial Consultant and Accredited
Investment Fiduciary, is the founder of
Arbor Wealth Management, LLC, (850-608-
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Mustache Beard (it has to be pronounced with a French
accent), aka Skyla Carter, dances to the music of High Cotton
Bluegrass as they wrap up their set before the annual possum
auction Saturday.


Possum King McLovin Possum, aka Derek Blount, poses for a
photo with some of his subjects Saturday. From the left are:
Emily Carter, his highness McLovin Possum, Kim Carter and
Taylor Carter.


Possum wrangler Travis Manship keeps a tight grip on this
possum's tail Saturday while waiting to see if it would be one Jerri Mitchell and Larry Mitchelt had one of the more distinctive
of the critters that would go on stage to meet the governor, entries in the Possum Festival Parade on Saturday.

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her pottery.
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Regulators close


small Florida bank


The Associated Press

WASHINGTON Regu-
lators have closed a small
bank in Florida, bringing
the number of U.S. bank
failures to 17 this year.
The Federal Deposit
Insurance Corp. said Fri-
day that it has taken over
First Community Bank of
Southwest Florida, based
in Fort Myers, Fla.
The lender also operated
as Community Bank of
Cape Coral and had seven
branches.
First Community Bank
had about $265.7 million
inassetsand$254.2 million
in deposits as of March 31.
Cl Bank, based in St.
Petersburg, ,Fla., agreed
to assume all of the failed
banks depositsand to buy
essentially all its assets,
The failure of First Com-
munity Bank is expected to
cost tfie deposit insurance
fund $27.1 million.
The lender is the third
bank in Florida to fail this
year. '
U.S. bank failures have
been declining since they
peaked in 2010 in thewake
of the financial crisis and
the Great Recession.
In 2007, only three banks
went under., That number


jumped to 25 in 2008, after.
the financial meltdown..,
and ballooned to 140 in
200A.
In 2010, regulators seized
157 banks, the most in any
year since the savings and
loan crisis two decades
ago. The FDIC has said
2010 likely was the high-.
water mark for bank fail-
ures from the recession.
They declined to a total of
92 in2011 .,
- Last year, bank failures
slowed to 51 still more
than normal. In a strong
economy, an average of
'only four or five banks
close annually. I
The sharplyreduced pace
of bank closings shows sus-
tained improvement.
From 2008 through 2011,
bank failures cost the de-
posit insurance fund an
estimated $88 billion, and
the fund fell into the red in
2009. With failures slow-
ing, the fund's balance
turned positive in the sec-
ond quarter of 2011.
The fund had a $35.7 bil-
lion balance as of March
31, up from $32.9 billion at
the end of December.
The FDIC expects bank
failures from 2012 through
2016 willcost the fund $10
billion.


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House speaker calls for hearing

The Associated Press
TALLAHASSEE Flor-
ida. House Speaker 'Wll
Weatherfprd is calling for ... ... .....
a legislative hearing to ,. ,
review the state's "stand -
your ground" law.
Weatherford made th e lai ol a
announcement in an
opinion piece he wrote for
The Tampa Tribune that
was printed Friday. '
The, Wesley Chapel Re-
publican does not support.
repealing the law that be-
came an issue in the shoot-
ing death of Trayvon Mar-
tin. He also added that he
could never envision the
repeal of the "stand your
.ground" law being passed
by the Florida House.
But Weatherford.said he
wants a legislative com- ,THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
mittee to look at whether Dream"Defenders and their supporters listen to speakers in the Capitol rotunda in Tallahassee,
the law should be made The sit-in is their response to the 'not guilty'verdict in the trial otGeorge Zimmerman. They
clearer and whether It is are continuing to demand Gov. Rick Scott call a special session.
being administered fairly.
"We shouldn't be scared Martin was black. public scho'. ways after h"urs.
of a debate or having. an Three days after the ac- The protest at the Capi- Weatherford Called the
honest conversation," quittal, protesters arrived tol and organized by a protesters, a "politically
Weatherford said. 'iat-the Capitol. They have group called the Dream motivated" organization
George Zimmerman was vowed not to leave until Defenders started on July and said his decision to
acquitted in the death of Gov. Rick Scott calls a spe- 16, and so far, the state has call for a hearing was not
Martin in July. Zimmer- cial-session to have legisla- S'ent more than $100,000 based on'their continued
man claimed self-defense tors repeal the "stand your in overtime costs on Capi- presence at the, Florida
in shooting the 17-year- 'ground" law as well as take 'tol security costs. Protest- Capitol.
old Martin during arfight; "up, other measures .deal- ers are allowed to come "They can stay there as
Martin"'s supporters say ing with racial profiling and go during the da but long. as they,want to or
Zimmerman profiled, and and.the use of "zero toler- they must remain in a des- they can go home," he said
followed,: him because ance" policies in the &tate's ignated area in the hall- of the protesters.


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what to do next.
Bennett left before' de-
ciding whether Florida
should remain with a na-
tional consortium or de-
velop its own set of tests
for new common core
standards that take effect
soon. Florida's Republican
legislative leaders want the
state to develop its own
assessments.
SStewart, who is cur-
rently chancellor of public
school. arted her career
as a teacher in Hillsbor-
ough County in 1975 and
has been -a' principal in
Ocala and as well as dep-
uty superintendent in St.
Johns County. She served
briefly as interim commis-
sioner before Bennett was
hired late last year.
Bennet was hired after
he failed to win re-elec-
tion as the Indiana schools
chief. While 'in Indiana
he had pushed an A-to-
F school grading. system,
miodeled after the one al-
ready in place in Florida.
Emails published by The
Associated Press this week
show that Bennett and his
Indiana staff scrambled
last fall to ensure Repub-
lican donor Christel De-


Florida Education Commissioner Tony Bennett announces his
resignation at a news conference in Tallahassee.


Haan's charter school re-
ceived an A, despite poor
10th-grade algebra scores
that initially earned it a C.
Bennett called that inter-
pretation "malicious 'and
unfounded" and said he
had done nothing wrong.
But he resigned from his
$275,000 job immediately
on Thursday saying he did
not. want to be -a "distrac-
tion" for Gpv. Rick Scott
and the board.
SBennett, said it was his
decision to step down and
ihat he was not pressured
to do it by anyone. .
State Board of Education
Chairman Gary Chartrand
said he did "everything
possible" to convince Ben-


nett to remain on the job.
Barbara Feingold, an-
other board member, said
she was "disappointed
and very disheartened" by
Bennett's resignation.
"I believe we had hired
the best," Feingold said.
Bennett stepped down
the same day .that the
Indianapolis Star reported
that his wife, TinaBennett,
had been hired by Charter
Schools USA this summer.
While in charge of Indiana
schools Bennett brought
the company in to run a
group of Indianapolis pub-
lic schools.. .
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schools in the state. While
the charter schools receive
day-to-day money from
school districts some of
'the schools have received
construction money from
the Florida Department of
Education.
Charier Schools USA
pointed out that Tina
Bennett, who is a former
.teacher and principal
with more than 2q years
of experience, was hired in
June as a regional director
in Louisiana.
"We were sensitive to
potential perceptions and
carefully considered this
during the hiring process
which is why Tina's re-
sponsibilities are limited
to our schools in Louisi-
ana." said Sherry Hage,


chief academic officer for
the company. "Based upon
her professional qualifica-
tions and ,achievements;
we stand behind our deci-
sion to hire Tina."
Tony Bennett on Friday
pointed out his wife went
through a thorough vet-
tinig and training process


before she got the job. He
* said she had been working
for Florida Virtual School -
but, prefers working direct-
ly with people.
He said her hiring w'as'
-not a conflict of interest.
* "Mywife has nothing to
do with the Florida land-
scape," Bennett said.


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Minority students daim discrimination in testing


The Associated .Press
ORLANDO' "- Setting
less ambitious,' academic
achievement goals foi
black and Hispanic stu-
dents in Florida is discrim-
inatory, according to a civil
rights' complaint filed. Fri-
day withlthe U.S. Depart-
ment of Justice.
The complaint filed 'by
the Southern Poverty Law
Center' asked the federal]
Department of Justice: tc


look into the standardized
testing goals ofthe Florida
SDepartment of Educa-
Stion andthe state Board of
r Education. The' complaint
Alleges that Florida educa-
: tion officials have set less
1 ambitious test result, goals
for black and Hispanic stu-
Sdents compared to white
and Asian students.,
"By setting lower-expec-
Stations ... Florida is telling
I these students it$s their
skin color, not their ,hard


work or perseverance that
will determine tieir suc-
cess in school," said Jerri
Katzerman, deputy legal
director of the Southern
Poverty Law Center.
The complaint says race-
based achievement goals
are unsound and imple-
ment self-fulfilling low ex-
pectations. The, filing of the
complaint was announced
at a news conference held
at the National Association
of Black Journalists' annual


convention in Orlando.
"I see no reason for Flor-
ida to set lower goals for
mie," said Robert Burns, a
,14-year-old Miami-Dade
student, who attended the
news conference. "I feel
as though the color of my
skin should not or will not
determine my future."
Florida received a
waiver of from having to
meet certain educational
benchmarks .established
in the federal No Child


Left Behind Act, which was
passed during the admin-
istration of President Bush
to raise academic achieve-
ment goals nationwide.
The waiver allowed Florida
education officials to craft
their own plan for improv-
ing academic achieve-
ment. The, plan sets the
expectation that 90 per-
cent of Asian American
students and 88 percent of
white students will read at
grade level by 2018. Those


same goals were only 81
percent for Hispanic stu-
dents and 74 percent for
black students, according
to the complaint.
The math goals were
that 92 percent of Asian
American students and 86
percent of white students
reach grade level by 2018.
Those same goals were 80
percent for Hispanic stu-
dents and 74 percent for
black students, the com-
plaint said.


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clone not just to keep pil- worked primarily in north- Sheriff Rutherford also
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criminals but to unravel ties said. you see something,' say
the enterprise," Ruther- The' members were something." He said
ford said. "And in doing so, charged with a total of 77' crimes in the Jacksonville
completely dismantle this felonies and 65 misde- community escalated in
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Spectators injured at old


power plant implosion


The Associated Press :
BAKERSFIELD, Calif.
-Five spectators were in-
juredSaturday after shrap-
nel was sent flying at the
demolition of a decommis-
sioned steam power plant
in California's. CentralVal-
ley, authorities said.
SMore than 1,000 people
had gathered at 6 a.m. in
a nearby parking lot to
watch the planned imnplo-
sion at the plant owned by
Pacific Gas and Electric in
Bakersfield. After struc-
Stures on the property came
Crashing down, a police of-
f. icer at the scene heard a
man screaming for help
and saw .his leg had'been
severed, police said.
S "It was a piece of shrap-
nel that came flying out of
S the explosion and came
across and went through a
couple of chain link fences,
struck him and impacted
into a- vehicle," said Lt.
Scott Runnicliffe. -.
The J 44-year-old :victim
might lose his other leg
as well due to his injuries,
STunnicliffe said.
Four other spectators
were treated for minor in-
juries, said Kern County
Fire engineer Leland Da-
vis. All of the injured spec-
tators were .standing be-
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An explosion knocks down 'one of the remaining towers at
the old Kern Power Plant on Saturday In Bakersfield, Calif.
Five spectators were injured after shrapnel was sent flying
at the demolition of the decommissioned steam power plant,
authorities said. .


ensure public safety, Davis
said. ,
Residents of the city
about 100 miles northwest
of Los Angeles were eager
-to see the old plant torn
down to make way for new
development. The plant
was decommissioned,, in
1986 and has been idle
ever since. .
Pacific Gas and Electric,
reached an agreement
with the city to clean up
the property and prepare,
it for sale. The company
hired, subcontractors to
handle the demolition of


the plant's boilerstructures
and worked with local au-
thorities to set up a safe'
perimeter 1,000 feet from'
the site, said Denny Boyles,
a company spokesman.
"We are: deeply saddened
thatthis happened," Boyles
said. "We're looking for an-
swers like everyone else.'." '
SBoyles said th" boiler
structure consisted of two
towers measuring 140 feet
high that supported four
200,000 gallon tanks.
The incident was first re-
ported by the Bakefsfield
Californian.


S '-" State Briefs ,-' .- -


Man dies while dMng
at Ocala National Forest


" The Polk County Sheriff's-Office said
76-year-old Samuel Oklesh of Vero
'Becrh was arrpstpe d ridrav


OCALA-The body of a man who went Undercover detectives executed a
diving at the Ocala National Forest has search warrant in December in connec
been recovered. :, tion with the investigation. Approxi-
JasonYeh was reported missing Friday mately 500 images and, videos of child
afternoon. His bodywas found Saturday pornographywere'foundi ,
morning by members of the Maaon, According to investigators, the image
County Sheriff's Office Underwater included infanfits and childrenup to agf
Recovery Team. 10. .
The 23-year-old form Altamonte : .
Springs had gone diving in Silver Glen" :. Police K-9 recovering
Springs. His body was found in an area aftr nar w in
with limited visibility in acavernm. after near d miIng
The Ocala StarBannerreports thatYeh, ORLANDO An Orlando police K-9


.was with his girlfriend at-the time of the
dive. She called 91 f after not seeing him
for some time in .the water.


Man charged in murder after
decomposing body found
SJACKSONVILLE-A Jacksonville man
has been charged with murder after a
decomposing body was fonimd inside a
home.
Jail records show27-year-old Cedric
Dondrell Tate is being held without
bond on murder charges and marijuana
possession. Jail records do not list an
attorney. .
Tate was arrested Friday after authori-
ties discovered the body of 40-year-old
Wilfred Myers Johnson decomposing
inside a home. Neighbors had called to ,
complain of a foul odor.
Lt. Rob Schoonover with the Sheriff's
SOffice told the Times- Union confidential
information provided police with infor-
mation that led to the arrest. Police-say
Johnsonwas robbed and shot once in
the back of the head inside the house.

Retired chiropractor charged
with having childporn
VERO BEACH A retired Polk
Countychiropractor has been charged
with 55 counts of possession of child'
pornmography.l.. -. '


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is recovering after authorities say a sus-
pected burglar repeatedlyheld.thedog
underwater,nearly drowning him. -
WOFL Fox. 35 Orlando reports Seabee
and his handler were-responding reports
of a burglar Thursday at about 1:30 p.m.
I The German Shepherd found 18-year-
old suspect Landon Bradley Barnes and:
followed him into a swampy area near
Druid Lake. Police say Barnes held Sea-
bee underwater as.the dog tried to force
the teen out of the lake. ..'
Seabee spent the night recovering at an
animal hospital. He was released Friday
Sbut police said he has a high fever.

Citiesdistribute
free school supplies
SCLEARWATER- Officials i Clear-
water and Miami are handing out free
school supplies to children.
Clearwater police officers are distribute;
ing free backpacks to children on Satur-
day at the'North Greenwood Recreation
/ & Aquatic Center. There will also be
lunch, school supplies, wellness exams,
South physical; blood pressure and vi-
sion checks all available for free..
/ Meanwhile in Miami, city officials will'
attend alback-to-school giveaway event
at Kendale Lakes Branch Library. School
supplies and materials will be handed,
out, while supplies last. .
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North of Panama City Emergency officials from Pensacola to Panama City encouraged
residents to stay off water-clogged roads following days of heavy rain. Forecasters called for
more rain through the next several days. ,

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, state emergency manage- publicly-owned facilities of rain. .
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James & Sikes Funeral niece along with numerous
Home cousins, friends and cow-
Maddox Chapel workers. ,
4278 Lafayette Street A private memorial for
Marianna,Fl 32446 John was held onSaturday,
850.482.2332 August 3, 2013. The family
request in lieu of 'flowers
www.Jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com that donations be made in
memory of John Corrigan
Jerry Eugene to Habitat for Humanity,
A.1 4736 Hwy. 90, Marianna,
Aldlay, Florida 32446.
Expressions of sympathy
Jerry Eugene Alday, 59, of may be submitted online at
Westville, died Wednesday, www.mariannachapelfh.com.
July 31, 2013, in Bonifay. Marianna Chapel is in
Graveside funeral services charge of arrangements.
will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Kent Forest Lawn.
August, 6, 2013 at Cypress Kent Forest Lawn,
Cemetery in Jackson Coun- FuneralHome
ty with James &8 Sikess Fu- PanamaCity, FL
neral Home Maddox Chap- (850)763-4694
el' directing. He is survived
by his wife, Tamara Alday; LaVerne
sons, Bo Edenfield (Kathy), Shorels Gill
Tracy Alday (Michele);
daughters, Sabrina
Singletary, Ruby Smith
(Clint), Mary Moran' (a-
son); ,brothers Carlos
Wayne Alday, David Larry
Alday; 12 grandchildren,
one great-grandchild. Pre-
ceded by brothers,. Riles,
Royce, Freddy, Randy &
RogerAlday


Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Fldrida 32446
Phone 850-526-5059

John Corrigan

Mr. John Corrigan, age
64, of Marianna, Florida
passed away on July, 30,
2013. Mr. Corrigan was
bomrn in Atlanta and grew
'up in Marietta, Georgia.' He
received his Bachelor's de-
gree in Electrical Engineer-
ing from Georgia Tech in
Atlanta. A veteran of the
Viet Nam war, John was
honorably discharged from
the U.S. Army with the rank
of Specialist 5. After work-
ing ,at Hughes Aircraft
Space and Communica-
tions Group in Californmia
and at General Electric in
Roanoke, Virginia;. Mr.
Corrigan co-founded a
computer software compa-
ny, SwiftView, Inc., in Port-
land Oregon where he lived
for 21 years. After retire-
ment in 2007 he and his
wife moved to Marianna,
Florida.
John is survived by his
wife Linda Drummond
Corrigan a native of Jack-
son County, Florida. They
were married.for 45 years.
Mr. Corrigan was preceded
in death by their son Rob-
ert Andrew Corrigan.
He is survived by abroth-
er Mike (Cathy) Corrigan of
Macon, Georgia, sister Ka-
thy (Bill) Graham of
Roswell, Georgia and
brother David (Ann)
Corrigan of Acworth, Geor-
gia. John is also survived by
an uncle, aunt, nephews,
great "-nephews, a great


,'LaVerne Shores Gill
passed away at Covenant
Hospice at Bay Medical
Center' on August 1, 2013
after a losing battle .with
Cancer. She was the
daughter of Ida Nelson
Shores and Joseph" R.
Shores, both deceased.
LaVeme was bornm in Jack-
son County and attended
Jackson County Schools.
She continued her educa-
tion in Norfolk, Virginia
while her husband was sta-
tioned there, and became a
cosmetologist. "
She enjoyed more than
60 years with her husband,
Robert A. Gill. She enjoyed
her travels with her hus-
band while he was in serv-
ice. She also enjoyed her
sewing, crocheting and
.other arts and crafts. Most
of all, she enjoyed family.
They were not gifted with
children, but were blessed
with numerous nieces,
nephews and cousins;.
She was preceded in.
death by her parents;
brothers, Edward and
Pryce Shores; and sisters
Kathleen Robinson and
Bernice Harper.
Survivors includeherhus-
band Robert; sister Juanita
Melvin; brothers Quinton
Shores, Carson Shores and
wife Francis.
Memorial services will be
held on Tuesday, August 6,
2013 at 2 p.m. at Kent For-
est Lawn Chapel, with Rev.
Michael Bryan officiating.
Visitation will take place
one hour prior to the serv-
ice, at Kent Forest Lawn
Funeral Home. The family
*would like to extend aspe-
cial thanks to Covenant
Hospice.


James & Sikes
Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Florida 32446
850.482.2332

Willie Mitchell
Rudd Sr.,

Willie Mitchell Rudd Sr.,
59, of Alford, died Friday,
August 2, 2013 surrounded
by loved ones. Billy depart-
ed this world in a peaceful
manner.
He was born in Gadsden
.county on September 17,
1953. Billy lived his entire
life in Jackson County. He
attended school in both
Sneads and Grand Ridge,
and completed his high
school education while
employed at Sunland
Training Center in Green-
wood. He worked at Sun-
land for a number of years,
and also worked for the PA-
lot truck stop in Marianna
for many years. .
Billy is preceded in death
by his mother, Ruth A.
Rudd, and brother, James
T. Rudd.
Survivors include his
wife of 20 years, Eunice;
son, Wille M. Rudd jIr. and
,wife, Lorene, of Monritaray
'CA; father, Noel W. Rudd
Sr. of Greenwood; brother,
Noel W. Rudd Jr. and wife,
Stephanie, of Jasper, TX;
sisters, Ruth A. Jurgonnski
and husband, Bob, of
Youngstown FL, Patricia A.
Rudd of Greenwood.
Funeral services will be
at 10 A.M. Tuesday, August
6,2013 at James & Sikes Fu-
neral Home Maddox Chap-
el with Sister Merlene
Owens officiating. Burial
will follow in Shady Grove
Cemetery with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends from 6-7 P.M. Mon-
day, August 5, 2013' at
James &, Sikes Funeral
Home MaddoxChapel.
In lieu of flowers memori-
al_ contribution may be
madeto Covenant Hospice
at 4215 Kelson Ave. Suite E,
Marianna FL, 32446.
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at-
www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com


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"" ANGIE COOK/FLORIDAN
Pam Portwood of RiverWay South Apalachicola Choctawatchee (left), Jackson County Tourist
Development Director Pam Fuqua, RiverWay South AC president Homer Hirt and Diane Delaney of
RiverWay talk about their mission after scouting for a spot to hold RiverWay's annual summit.


RiverWay
From Page 1A
all-day summit and entice
them to come in early to
stay a night or two, and
maybe through the week-
end, so they can tour some
of the attractions in Jack-
son County. The organiza-
tion will arrange -a couple
of pre-summit tours in and
around' the community,
where it is held.
The summit will basi-


cally be a training seminar
for tourism 'professionals,
tourism-dependent busi-
nesses, chambers of com-
merce and other stak'ehold-
ers who want to sharpen
their skills both in court-
ing travelers and enhanc-
ing what they have to offer
those travelers.
Diane Delaney, Port-
wood's project assistant,
explained the summit fur-
ther. "We'll there to give.
them some tangible tools
and ideas about how they


can do a better job in pro-
moting something they're
setting up to draw people
1into their area. Each area
has its own unique assets;
at the summit we'll be fo-
cusing with them on all
aspects of their tourism
opportunities."
RiverWay South also ahs.
monthly meetings, rotating
those through the different
counties it serves. The next
one in Jackson County is
set for Dec. 17 at 10 a.m., at
the Russ House.


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. MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
New Riverside Elementary School Principal Chris Franklin talks with Jennifer Waller and
Mark Brogdon as the school's fourth-grade teachers get ready for the start of school.


School
From Page 1A

principal, but Jessica Cra-
ven has been assigned
to fulfill similar admin-
istrative duties there as
a teacher on special as-
signment. Craven was
previously the assistant
principal at Golson El-
ementary School. ,
At, Cottondale High
School, Ken Granger
takes over as principal.
He was formerly assistant
.principal at Grand Ridge
School. He takes over for
Jennifer See, who is now
the secondary education
director for the district.
Zanda Warren will be the
assistant principal there,
replacing Rex Suggs'in
that job. She was former-
ly a teacher on special as-
signment at Cottondale
Elementary School.
The Marianna Middle
School principal is Eddie
Ellis, who is continuing
in that role from lastyear.
Sybil Rivers, who was pre-
viously a teacher at Jack-
son i Alternative School,
will be assistant principal
there: Hunter Nolen will
be a teacher on special'-
assignment with admin-
istrative, duties similar.,
to an assistant 'principal.
Bryan Johnson was the
former assistant princi-
pal at Marianna Middle
School. His contract was
not renewed.
Marianna High- School
principal will be 'Lau-
rence Pender, who had
most recently served as
principal at Jackson Al-
ternative School. Connie
Brisolara was a former
assistant. principal at'
IMalone School and has
been assigned as one of
two assistant principal
at Marianna High. Ron
Mitchell continues his
position as an assistant
principal there. '
Riverside principal
is Chris Franklin, reas-
signed from the princi-I
palship of Graceville High
SSchool. Assistant princi-
pal there will be Sue Ann
Tharp, continuing in that
role from last year.


John Ellerbee, the for-
mer Riverside principal,
has been assigned to the
central school board of-
fice as district director of
elementary Ieducation.
Bob Burke, the former
assistant.principal at Riv-
erside, applied for and
obtained a teaching posi-
tion at Sunland after'his
administrative contract
was not renewed. .
Graceville Elementary
principal- Petey Sims
continues in that role.
He will not have an as-
sistant principal, but has
been assigned a teacher
on special assignment,
Becky Collins. She was a
teacher at Graceville El-
ementary last year.
Graceville High School
principal is Larry Moore,
who was previously the
deputy superintendent
of schools. Julie Burde-
shaw will serve. as as-
sistant principal there,
continuing her role from
last year. Cheryl McDan-
iel takes over as deputy
superintendent.
Sneads High School
principal Faye Parker
will continue in that role
this school year. Her as-
sistant principal will be
John .Shouse, who was
an assistant principal at
Marianna High School
last year. He replaces
John Hamilton, who is
no longer employed with
the school system. His
annual contract was not
renewed.
Sneads Elementary
principal Carolyn Pilcher
continues in that role
this academic year. Her
assistant is Mindy How-
ell, formerly a'-guidance
counselor at Sneads
High School. In that role,
Howell replaces Jen-
nifer Hawthorne, who
took over as principal
at Golson.
Grand Ridge. School
principal is Laura Culli-
fer, the former assistant
principal iat Marianna
Middle School. She re-
places Randy Ward, who
was reassigned as trans-'
portation supervisor for
the district. The assistant
principal at Grand Ridge
is Brian Tice. He was


a teacher at Marianna
Middle School last year.
Malone School princi-
pal is Doug Powell, con-
tinuing in that role from
last, year. His assistant
principal is Kristy Ed-
wards, who is the former
technology coordinator
at Grand Ridge School.
At Malone, she replaces
Connie Briselara, who
went to Marianna High.
:The technology coor-
dinator positions at all
schools were eliminated
in favor of three dis-
'trict positions assigned
to cover all schools as
needed.
Hope School principal
is Millicent Braxton, for-
merly a teacher on spe-
cial, assignment there.
Sharon Macaluso retired
as principal of the school
at the end of the last
school year, as she had
planned, after serving in
that role since 1995 and
with several more years
in various roles with the
school system prior to
that.
At Jackson Alternative
School, Phyllis Daniels
is principal. She was for-
merly the district's trans-
portation supervisor.
Her assistant principal
is Rex Suggs, who was
formerly assistant prin-
cipal at Cottondale High
School. Brenda Jones
was the former principal
at: Jackson Alternative.
Her contract was not
renewed.
Don Wilson continues
as principal at Jackson
CountySchoolatSunland
arid at Adult Education.
Early Childhood Cen-
ter administrator is Kimn
Long. That responsibly
,has been added to her
continuing duties as ear-
ly childhood manager.
Her office is moving into
the early childhood cen-
ter where Pre-K children
from Marianna attend,
from a house the district
had previously used as a
district-wide early child-,
hood.programs office.
Pat Hall was the for-
mer administrator of the
program. She retired af-
ter her contract was not
renewed.


Dothan rape suspect arrested


S' From staff reports

Authorities in Florida
arrested a Dothan man
wanted on a rape.charge
after finding him at a
motel in Panama City
Beach.
According to a state-
ment from the Bay
County Sheriff's Office,
authorities with the Bay
County Sheriff's Office
and the U.S. Marshal's
North Florida Fugitive


Task Force arrested 42-
year-old Donald Emory
.- ,,. Lacey.V
_" Taskforce
members
4 'i i received a

Laceytip Laceynama
was at the
beach in
acey P.pa n a mn a
City Beach.
SAn investigation re-
vealed Lacey was living at
a motel on Panama City
Beach. Task force agents


confronted Lacey and
he was arrested without
incident. .- .
According. to Dothan,
Police Sgt. Will Glover,
.Lacey had been wanted
on the first-degree rape
charge 'since June 18.
Lacey had been part of
the Dothan Eagle's Wire-'
grass Most Wanted list.
Lacey was taken to. the
Bay County Jail for even-
tual extradition back to
Dothan.


" 1 *State News


7 injured in crash on 1-75
in HillsboroughCounty
BRANDON -Authorities are investi-
gating the cause of a crash between
a semi-truck and eight other cars on
Interstate 75 inr Hillsborough County
that sent sevenpeople to the hospital.
Hillsborough County Fire Rescue
reported the crash Saturday afternoon
in Brandon. Three people were criti-
cally injured and at least one had to be
airlifted to the hospital. ,


Fire rescue spokesman Ronnie River
says that person was trapped inside
his car that was wedged between the
truck and concrete guard rail. It took
crews about an hour to get the person
out of the car.
SNo fatalities were reported.
The accident snarled traffic along
the busy interstate for hours.
The Florida Highway Patrol is on the
scene and will investigate the crash.

From wire reports


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Hornets 'face"'challenging' fall


Coach says

conditioning is

primary focus

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

With the start of fall football
". .... .' practice is just a day away, the
Cottondale Hornets leave the
'*"summer session behind with
More questions than answers re-
garding the 2013 season.
V Cottondale had a success-
ful season last year in going 3-1
: in District 2-1A competition,
finishing second in the league
standings, and earning a trip to
the playoffs.
But much :of-the core of that
;Iteam was lost to graduation and
,. ".the Hornets entered the offsea-
*" son with a group low o6 both
numbers and experience.
The Hornets went through the
'" :...'...spring with 24 players, but the
numbers fell off in the summer
and Cottondale coachMike Mel-
%in said he anticipated having,20
for thefall season.
The numbers for summer
workouts weren't great, the
.:.coach said,-but those who did
attend put in work diligently all
il i "" '.-summer long.
SN -"We had plenty of space in the
I., weight room..It wasn't-crowded,"
MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Desparado York and Justin Lipford run a play at a spring Cottondale football practice. "See HORNETS, Page 2B


Sports Briefs

Sneads volleyball
tryouts
Sneads High School will hold
volleyball tryouts Monday at 3
p.m. at the high school gym. An
updated physical is required.
Call Lady Pirates coach Sheila
Roberts at 850-209-3769 for
more information.

Marianna volleyball
tryouts
Marianna High School will
hold volleyball tryouts Aug.
12 from 3-6 p.m. at the high
school gym. Check-in will be at
2:30 p.m., and everyone must
have a copy of their current
physical.

Marianna Recreation
soccer
" Marianna Recreation De-
Spartment wll offer five soccer
leagues to give boys and girls
the opportunity to play soccer.
Registration for youth ages
5-18 will beheld through the
Aug. 23 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at The Marianna Educational
and Recreational Expo (MERE)
located at 3625 Caverns Road
in Marianna.
The registration fee for soccer
is $30 for participants who live
inside the City limits of Mari-
anrina and $45 for participants
who live outside the City limits
of Marianna. The fee must be
paid with a'check or money
order. No cash will be accepted.
All participants must bring a
copy of their birth certificate.
The age of all participants on
Aug. 1 of the current year will
be the player's age for the entire
season.
The number of leagues and
corresponding ages could vary
depending on the total number
of participants that register.
Anyone that may be interested
in coaching a team or officiat-
ing youth soccer please contact
with the Marianna Recreation
Department at 482-6228 or
.come by during registration.

See BRIEFS, Page 2B


College Football


Alabama opens preseason camp


t he A:.-oc;-ied Press

TUSCALOOSA, Ala.'-- It's be-
coming an August tradition at
Alabama. Coach Nick Saban
and the veterans head out in the
steamy summer heat to open
camp and then return to the air
conditioning, to put a chill on
the preseason hype.
The two-time defending na-
tional champions hit the prac-
tice fields for the first time on
Friday veterans in the morn-
ing, newcomers in the evening
- a day after Saban's peers
declared them a lopsided pre-
season No. 1 in the coaches
poll.
SSaban didn't bother waiting
for reporters to bring it up. In
fact, he Strongly discouraged
it. .
"You're probably going to ask
me about all this stuff, and.I'm
just going to say this once: Any
preseason poll really doesn't
mean a lot relative to the sea-
son," he said. "We appreciate


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Alabama head coach Nick Saban (rear) leads the cornerbacks during
practice Friday at the Mal Moore Athletic Facility in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
the recognition. We understand is; every team is doing exactly
the reason that we have these what we're doing right now. Ev-
things, to enhance the' enter- erybody can get good results or
tainment business. So you guys bad results based on what they
have something to talk about do; And there's not any teams in
and write about, the country that have really ac-
"But the fact of the matter complished anything as a team


INSIDE
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few starters. 2B

this year. They're reallynot en-
titled to anything. The achieve-
ments that we have are going to
be determined by what we do."
SSaban did say Alabama had
fewer players fail the preseason
conditioning test than ever be-
fore. He said the same thing last
year, and the Tide wound up
winning a third BCS title in four
years with a rout of Notre Dame
in Miami.
The,players parroted his mes-
sage of, Yeah, but what have we
done lately?
"Personally, I don't know what
everybody else does, but I try
not to listen to any of that stuff,"'
left tackle Cyrus Kouandjio said.
"I don't want to watch ESPN. I
don't do none of that because
pride comes before the fall. We

S See ALABAMA, Page 2B


NEagles excuse Cooperfrom team after racial slur

Eagles e Ixcuse Cooper fr:om team, after, racial slur


The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA The Phila-
delphia Eagles excused Riley
Cooper from all team activities
on Friday as the wide receiver
deals with repercussions of be-
ing caught on video making a
racial slur.
Cooper has been sent away
from the team to get help with
his issues, something the play-
er and the team agreed upon.
Coach Chip Kelly made it clear
after Friday's practice, however,
that Cooper would be back with
the team when he's ready.
"There has never been any
question of cutting Riley," Kelly
said. "His status with us is not in
question."
Cooper said the last few
days have been incredibly


THEASSOCUUIAITEU PRESSFILE
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper pauses during training
camp in Philadelphia on July 28.
difficult and he will step away to about what I did, the more dis-
seek counseling. gusted I get. I keep trying to fig-
"My actions were inexcus- ure out how I could have said
able," he said. "The more I think something so repulsive, and


what I can do to make things
better."
Cooper apologized profusely
Wednesday after a video of him
using a racial slur at a Kenny
Chesney concert last. month
surfaced on the Internet. The
Eagles immediately fined
him.
"Right now, I think it's impor-
tant for me to take some time
to reflect on this situation,"
Cooper said. "The organization
and my, teammates have been
extremely supportive, but I also
realize that there are people who
will have a tough time forgiving
me for what I've done. The best
thing for me, and for the team,
is to step away for a period of
time."
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College Football


Gators open camp minus players

The Associated Press


GAINESVILLE Florida
is missing all the optimism
that usually comes with
the start of fall practice.
The Gators, opened
workouts: Friday without
four offensive starters -
including quarterback Jeff
Driskel and running back
Matt Jones and have
no timetable for reinstat-
ing suspended linebacker
Antonio Morrison.,
Guards Jon Halapio
(pectoral) and Max Gar-
cia (back) won't be on the
field, either.
"Things like this are go-
ing to. happen during the
season, and it's good that
we're hitting adversity
right-now in the beginning
oftraining camp so we can
be ready for situations like
this," Halapio said Thurs-
day during the team's an-
nual media day.
Driskel, had an appen-
dectomy Tuesday,. but
coach Will Muschamp said
he -should be back within
two weeks. The- second-
year starter had a stomach
ache Sunday, thought little
about it, but started get-
ting concerned when it re-
turned Monday. His room-
mate suggested getting it
checked out, so Driskel did
some research and then
approached team doctors.
' "We're lucky we found
it early and handled that
before it got bad," Driskel-
said. "It could have been a
lot worse."'
Driskel has been "taking
it easy" and doesn't plan to
do much until he's medi-
cally cleared.
"It's definitely frustrat-
ing," he said. "But injuries
happen. It's part of life.
I'm starting to feel better
already.... Recovery time,
they said it varies for ev-
erybody. We're not going to
rush anything. But I don't
think I'm going to miss too
much. I'll be there getting
the mental reps. I'll be right
there behind the huddle.
We've done a lot of work in
the summer, so when I get
back,I'm hoping we don't
miss too much."
Fourth-year junior' Ty-
ler Murphy, who hasn't
thrown a pass in three
games, will get repetitions
with the first-teami offense


Hornets
From Page lB
Melvin said. "But the guys
that were there worked
very hard. We've been
lifting, doing our seven-,
on-seven stuff; we've got
a lot of learning to do be-
tween now and our first,
kickoff."
Melvin said that priority
one for his players when
fall practice starts Monday.
is beginning the arduous
process of getting into full
game shape, which will be
even more important than
usual for a team with virtu-
ally no depth.
"We've just got small
numbers, so we're going to



Cooper
From Page 1B
The Eagles did not set
a timetable for Cooper's
return. The team is off
Saturday. They will return
Sunday and then will host
the New England Patriots
on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday before play-
ing the Patriots, Friday
night in the preseason
opener.
."He will meet with pro-
fessionals provided by
the Eagles during this
period of time to better
help him understand how
his words have hurt so
many, including his team-
mates," the team said in a
statement
Cooper spoke to the me-
dia again after practice
Thursday, telling them his
meeting with teammates a
night earlier was "extreme-
ly emotional." Teammates
Michael Vick, Jason Avant
jand others' expressed


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Florida head football coach Will Muschamp fields a question during Media Day on Thursday.


during Driskel's absence. Muschamp was hoping
"I've been waiting for Jones "ate a bad cheese-
this opportunity since I burger." Tests, though, re-
got here," Murphy said. vealed au infection.
"Nobody wants to get an "Matt Jones has a seri-
opportunity like this. Of ous viral infection," Mus-
course, I would rather me 'champ said. "He's out in-
and Jeff both be out-there definitely. He came down
lining up and I would with this the last four or
rather beat him out that five days. Right now we're
way. ... My goal is to take filling him full of antibi-
advantage of the reps I otics, and how his body
get, and hopefully when responds will tell me how
Jeff gets back, I can stir quickly he can come back.
up some problems in the *I probably won't knowde-
coaches' office, where'they finitively until end of next
may consider me." week on Matt. Just one of
Murphy won't have 'those things that happens.
Jones in the backfield with He's got a lot of (gastroin-
him. testinal) issues right now
Jones, who ran 19 times and dealing with those
for 162 yards in the final things. He should be fine.
three games last season Again, I don't know when
and had been expected he'll be able to return."
to be an integral part of Without Jones, Mack
the offense, complained Brown and freshman Kel-
ofside pain earlier in,the vin Taylor will share the
week. Tests revealed an load.
undisclosed viral *infec-. "I have confidence in
tion 'that has him side- Mack Brown and I think
lined indefinitely. Team- we've recruited wellat that
mates said the 226-pound position," MNuschamp said.
back has lost considerable "And those guys can step
weight, up. We're a little qncer-


really have to push condi-
tioning," he said. "We have
to try to get in game shape
because we have a lot of
players who are having
to play both ways. Pretty
much all of them will have
to go both ways. We're go-
ing to work from behind a
lot early just because we
don't have the luxury of
those guys last year who
were pretty much four-
year starters.
"We have some guys
back this year who have
had some reps, but they
haven't had to play both
ways like we'll have to do
this year. The guys know
it. They know that they
have got to be in shape be-
cause there's not going to


forgiveness for Cooper.
LeSean McCoy'also said
he forgives Cooper, but "I
can't really respect some-
body like that."
Cooper, who grew up in
Clearwater, Fla., was se-
lected in the fifth round
.of the 2010 draft by the
Eagles out of the Univer-
sity of Florida. He has just
. 46 catches and five touch-
downs in three years with
the Eagles, but has been
practicing with the start-
ers since Jeremy Maclin's
season-ending knee injury
last week.
"As long As it takes, arid
whatever I have to do, I'm
going to try to make this
right," Cooper said.
Players on the team con-
tinue to be asked about
Cooper's situation, making
it a distraction or 'as wide
receiver DeSean Jackson
called it, "a burden." Cor-
nerback Cary Williams, a
free agent addition to the
Eagles this past offsea-
son, tried to put it all in


be a lot of break time for
them. Right now, our big-
gest thing is going to be
conditioning because no
matter what (the players)
know or don't know, if we
don't have any gas left in
the fourth quarter to fin-
ish the game, we're going
to be in trouble. It's going
to be a challenging year,
honestly."
Despite the lack of depth,
the Hornets will take 12
seniors into the season,
though only a handful
have significant varsity
experience.
Melvin said that those
players -who have played
big roles at the varsity level
showed good leadership in
the summer and will need


the perspective.
"This is about history,"
Williams said. "Some of us
have had ancestors killed
over that word. There is
Sa lot of history behind it.
That history needs to be
addressed. I remember my
grandmother telling me
stories how she was called
the 'n-word, while being
bitten by'dogs and hosed.
"Why did Riley say this?
That's a question that
needs to be asked. I still
think it is the elephant in
the room."
Williams also said it
doesn't matter who you
are or what color you are
the word should never be
used.
"Nobody should say it,"
he said. "I don't care if you
White, black, blue, green
or purple. .The hip-hop
culture uses the word and
has de-emphasized it. You
need to go back and see
What our ancestors did to
try and rid themselves of
that word." ,


Alabama
From Page 1B
just need the same atti-
tude that we have been
having for years that
we haven't accomplished
anything. It's a brand new
team, it's a brand' new
year."
Added safety HaHa
Clinriton-Dix: "We don't
really look at rankings. I
look at what we earned,
or deserved, honestly."
Even if for entertain-
ment purposes only, the
buzz and talk of pre-
season rankings and titles
aren't going away. They've
become part of the ritual
in Tuscaloosa this time of
year.
That's not to say there
aren't some questions the
Tide must answer before
facing Virginia Tech Aug.
31 in Atlanta or visit-
ing Texas A&M two weeks
later.
The Tide must replace
three NFL first-round
picks, three starting of-
fensive lineman, tailback
Eddie Lacy and nose-
guard Jessie Williams
among others.
Then again, Alabama
has 13..starters return-
ing and another group of
highly rated recruits on
campus. Five-star receiv-
er Robert Foster is among
them, Saban said, after
retaking a class this sum-
mer to become eligible.


Briefs.'
From Page 1B
Kickin' 4 Jesus
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The "Kickin'4 Jesus Soc-
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Aug. 10 from 8:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. at the MERE
Complex in Marianna.
It is open to students
in the first through
fifth grades and cost is
$10. Sign up. at'Eastside
Baptist or First Baptist
Marianna.
Call 573'-0973 or
525-4200 for more
information.

Chipola Appreciation
Club
The Chipola
Appreciation Club has
kicked off its annual


tain in Matt's situation., I
just don't know right now.
But we also have some
flexibility. Hunter Joyer
and Trey Burton are two
guys that can certainly
play the position and be
fine."
Regardless of who's run-
ning the ball, the line will
be a patchwork unit to
start.
Halapio has a partially
torn ,pectoral muscle,
which he injured lifting
weights last week. Garcia,
who sat out last season af-
ter transferring from Mary-
land, has not been cleared
from a lingering back in-
jury Garcia is scheduled
to meet with a doctor next
weekend.
Morrison, meanwhile,
remains, suspended fol-
lowing his second arrest of
the summer.
"I'll lef you know when
hie jbins our football
team," Muschamp said,
later adding that the mid-
dle linebacker will return
at some point during the
preseason.


to do the same starting
Monday.
"Honestly, the seniors
who have'been here with
us have really done an out-
standing job of leading the
other guys in, the weight
room and in seven-on-
seven," he said. "They've
had 'some success here,
but they want more. They
don't want to go out with a
bad year, so they're push-
ing the young guys to do
what they have to do and
get better every day.
"We're counting on our
returning seniorsto fill that
leadership void. It's impor-
tant to have those seniors
that experienced that suc-
cess last year and we hope
to build on that."


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Alabama did lose one
signee when defensive
lineman Darius Paige
failed his physical. Sa-
ban, who said he couldn't
elaborate, said Paige was
medically disqualified
but remains at Alabama
on scholarship.
He also said tight end
Malcolm Faciane is sus-
pended "for behavior
reasons."
"He can return if he does
the things he's supposed
to do at some point in the
future," Saban said.
Six-foot-7, 270-pound
defensive, lineman LaMi-
chael Fanning is work-
ing at tight end at least
,temporarily.. Cyrus Jones,
who played wide receiver
as a freshman, has been
working at cornerback
since the spring. Dee Mil-
liner was the No. 9 pick by
the Jets.
Saban said Jones is pro-
gressing well in the sec-
ondary and "right now
that's where we're going
to try to develop Cyrus."
The coach said his mes-
sage to the team was to
try to get everybody in
the proper gear.
"We've got about- two-,
thirds of the guys that re-
ally have the right kind of
mental energy, the right
kind of mental intensity,
the right kind of focus,
the right kind of under-
standing of what it takes
to play at a high level all
the time," Saban said.


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A special little lake


S .B y familiar ,coastal,.
plain standards,
this high-country.
mountain reservoir is not
an impressive Waterway.
It drastically pales in size
beside Lake Seminole and
S is, laughable next to-Walter
E George (Eufaudal. No,
little Lake Blue Ridge will
.never win any surface-'
area prizes.
... ..That fact matters
l. little. When Fraiklin D.
S Roosevelt's Tennessee
Valley Authority (TVA)
.impounded this diminu-
tive backwater years ago,
lake acreage.was 'the last
thing on the government
agency's mind. Southern
Appalachia sorely needed.
electrical energy and the
S progressive road it might
pave from primitive past
to the modern age. The
Blue Ridge Dam, like sirmi-
SlarTVA stream blockages,"
S supplied the region with
S that longed-for power, size
notwithstanding. ,
Snugly nestled in the
S mountain hollows and
Valleys near Blue Ridge,
Ga., the lake is fed by
the still-lovely Toccoa
SRiver, an Olympics-class
whitewater stream called
.the Ocoee in neighboring
Tennessee. The im-
pounded river swells Lake
Blue Ridge to just over
3,000 acres and constantly
pumps in cold; clean
water, ancient lifeblood of


MONDAY N."E SPEC IASUMMER
TEAM STANDINGS
S JULY29
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I) he Dias '22-14
2) Pin Busters 21-15
3) Steve &Ed 18. 18
4) Hot Stuff 18-18
5).S&J-. : 17-19
6) Shenanigans 16-20
7)TeantPope' 15-21
High Te(m Hdcp. Game: Pin iteters 504
High Team Hdcp. Series: Pin Busters 1379"
High Game Hdcp: Bruce Lheureux 253. Thdy
Pope255 .
High Series Hdcp: C K Pope 675, Bettie Grinsted
74-
741- ** .' :.

TEAM STANDINGS
'JULY30


1) Blurple Dozards .. '
2) Just Kidding .. ..
3) All in the Family : .


;W-L
' 15-13. .
::.145-135


slig htly akin to hearing.
: *''ftheharps.and voices of an
North o Go' heavenly hosts., It's hard
to 'disagree. Aboard a boat.'
to .on Lake Blue Ridge, one is,
d surroundede' by e. green,t
I .o e eons"oldpeaks of the,
B blio. SouthernAppalachians '
0 )ooJtonega' and it isn't atall unusual.
O utd6ors. COlumnist' from time to time tohear.
S-s ra o' tou the' strains ofbanjos, man-e
'North Georgia and all else dolins, and fiddles carried
downstreaimi. by the lake's wafting breez-
The Taccoas unrelent- Resto the.eas of those
Sing flow is lifeblood also who fish its waters. What
to Lake Blue Ridge's Very a uni que and somehow
diversee sportfish popula-. "sublime pleasure to do
=.tions. C0l-water species battde withahard-fight-
Ssuch as rihbowtrout, ing smallmouth while the
asmllmouth'bass, and nrielody and harmony of
*even the occasionalin- '"Foggy lMountain Break-
otroduce4 walleye abound down" or "Black Mountain'.
there.g-In 'fact, the reser- Rag" dances in, ohe's head.'
voir is home to Georgia's Likewise, equal hap-
Sonlyremaiin ng viable pines is found in theo
smallmouth fishery of companyofth0 e who
v mentionablesize. Blue fish the lake on a more
Ridge anglers arelikewise regular basis than the
treated to a prime spring- flatlanders who jour-
e time run ofsizablewhite ney north tosamclie its
bass, a good concentra- 'waresonly.whenrl time
-don of largemouthis and and circumstances allow.
g. argantuan bluegills that These 'guides." knowi-e
often outdo ourown edgeable andwiliing,
""bull" bream, in size if not Ipaid'mand unpaid, know
in numbers. Evidently, the lake Well and love it':
the miniscule waterway That is:evident from the'
is quiteri ile as well as ''boundless stories they tell.
beautiful and-their.often-ebufllient

it has been'said by some desire to share with others'
that just by being in the the beauty and the bounty
mountains, one places of their home waters.
Himself closer to heaven And there's a bonus as
and that listening to high-, well. Almost to a man (or,
'.countrystring mnisic is woman),'these individu-


4) Dynamic Duo. 14.5-13.5
5) Best Friends, ,'. 13-15 "
High Team Hdcp. Game: Blurple Dozards 510
SHigh Team Hdcp. Series: Blurple Dozards'444
High Game: BatGirl West 304
High Series: LuAnn 769 -
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TEAM STANDINGS
JULY30


"W-L
1) Jay's Group 331 '
2) TASBAD ". 24.5-195
3) Waffle House 24-20
4) X Men 22.5-21.5
5) Strike Force 21.5-22.5
6) Sharpshooters 19.5-24.5
7) Craptastic 19-25
8)3Men&ALady 12-32
High Teamn Hdcp. Game: X Men 1013
High, Team Hdcp. Series Jay's Group 2827
SHigh.Game Hdcp: Justin Thomas 291
HighSeries Hdcp: Bobby Bowers 774
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TEAM STANDINGS


. _JULY31


als possess the endearing.
'qualities of the mountain-
folk.-Unabashed, unfet-
tered, unpretentious, and
fiercely independent, they
are what most of'us, deep. ,
down; wish:we were. The
visiting angler cannot '
leave Blue Ridge knowing
or loving the lake as they
do, but itis impossible
not to feel an undeniable,
attraction for people and
place while driving away':
after a final day's fishing.
Yes, it is a wonderful "'''
place to spend a day. this
lovely little lake in the
mountains. Such a spot" .
to throw a tiny crankbait,
topwater plug or soft-plas-
tic .offering on wispy light
line and entice a willing
fish into striking. Such a
thrill (yes, thrill) to feel the
tug of a hooked small-
mputh bass and watch
it dance in the morning
sunlight'as it tries valiantly
but vaihly to throw a wejl-
set hook. .
To the truly dedicated
angler, it usually matters
little Where he chooses
to wet his line. On Lake
Blue Ridge, though, when,
sparkling diamonds 'of..
mountain water dance
offthe scales of a leaping
fish in rising or setting
sunlight, thatwell-knowhi
fisherman's joy is appre-
ciably'multiplied. ,
It is returned in marvel:-
ous abundance. f


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W.L "
1) XXX 29-15:
2) Porkch'dp & Grits 28-16'
'3) Bend Em! Pin Em! 27-17
4) El Rid .. 22-22
'5)Three Amigos. 20-24
.6) Big Lots . 18-2,6
7) Team #1 : 17-27
8) Team#8 '. 15-29 '
High Team Hdcp. Game: Three Amigos 662,
High Team Hdcp. Bend' Em! Pin Em! 1844
High Game: Zac Davis 231 .
.High Series: Jason.Kindelspire 656
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TEAM STANDINGS
AUGUST 1
W-L
1) Dominators 23-9
2) 4 "P"s and a"W" 19.5-12.5
3) The Wesley Crusher's 17-15
4) Whiskey Throttle 13.5-185.
5) Bat Friends .12.5-19.5 .
6) Cassle D's 10.5-21.5
SHigh Team Hdcp;,Game: Whiskey Throttle 1137'
High Team Hdcp. Series Whiskey Throttle 290'6
High Game: Stephen Bevls 335, Kelley Kindelspire
319 ",.
High Series: Wes Jones 824, Kelley Kindelspire 761


Raiders sign Janikowski to extension


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TheAssociated Press

NAPA, Calif. The Oak-
'land Raiders signed kicker
JSebastian, Janikowski to ae
S four-year extension Friday
e ensuring' dthec franchises'
leading'scorer willremain






ar-ensuing toi be sufrarcise's be-n .a lgtysrrs ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
with the -team through' at
'least 2017. .
Janiko0wski is coming
off, the best season of his
'career. He converted a ca-
reer-best 91.2 percent (31.'
ofn 34i of his field goal at-'
.ltemptsin 2012. The nly. '.H E ae.'eM,,,,IS' ,FILE
misses camse from 5, m61s Oakland Riders kicker SebastiaJanikowski stretches during
and.64 yards. training camp July 27 in Napa calit,- '
"Where else would I go?" tr cm Jly2 i a, C'f. ..
janikowski said. "I love '.the top' three -longest field .Besides. letting Lechler
California, I love being goals i le ague history. walk, Oaklandsigned e-
here and I see the changes, Still, the decision to 'give turn specialist Josh Ckibbs,
I th ink, we're moving in Janikowski an extension
'die right direction People .before the regular season---
are 'going to be surprised begins was slightly surpris-
this year what we can ing. Oaiadnd opted not to S T Y I
do." 'resign perennial Pro Bowl
The, 17th overallipick punter Sh'ane Lechier in
in 2000, Janikowskl has' the ofifseason, breang ,up
-led the Raidiers in scoring one ofthe top kicking tan
in each of his ;13 seasons dems in the NFL. Lechlr ,
while cementing 'is repu- dr-ted in the same season
tation as one of the most as Janikowski, signed with
powerful.kicker's in the .the Houston Texcanes.
.game.' NOt long after that, Jan-
He's also been- one of the .'ikowski told reporters he.
few consistent bright spots wanted to .remain with
'for a franchise that hasn't the, Raiders for his entire
had a winning record in career. Now he gets that
more than a decade. chance.
The 35-year-old kicker "That was the goal,"
has. made" 42 field goals Janikowskl said. "I love it
from 50 yards or longer 'being here and I want to
and needs only 11 more to finish here. When (general
break Jason Hanson's NFL manager Reggie McKen-
record of 52. He is tied with zie) came. in, ,they called
former Seattle kicker John me in the offseasorl and
'Kasay for second on' the ..they said they wanted to
list. get something done. I'm'
janikowskl'already owns glad it's done."'
multiple league records, The decision to "give
including' a share of the Janikowski an' extension
mark for the longest field comes as the Raiders ha.ve
goal madeat 63.yards. He made numerous changes
also has made one from to their kicking'and return B
61 yards, giving him two of units.


and'hired veteran special.,
teams coach Bobby April, .
Then; again, Janikowski
has, ,grown accustomed ,to
change; Since he became'
just the fifth Kicker in his-
tory to be chosen in the
first round, the Raiders
have. gone 'through eight
difference head coaches
and seven different special
teams coaches.
Janikowsl and 2009 de-
fensive player of the year
Charjes Woods6n are, the
only remaining links to the
team's last playoff appear-
ance in 2002. Woodson re-
turned to Oakland as a free
agent, after spending .the
last fiVe seasons in Green
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Fishing Report


Lake Seminole
Bass are fair. For about
an hour after daylight,
it is possible to catch
some pretty good fish by
throwing topwater baits
on the fiats. The best
spots are ateaswhere
submerged hydrilla lies
in 3 to 5 feetof water a
short distance from a
deep-water drop-off;
When the sun is high,
move,to the creeksand
fish deeper hydrilla beds
*in 15 to 20 feet of water.
Texas-rig worms pulled
through the grass are
working~well.,'
Hybrids are good early
; and late on the flats. Use
. opwater plugs or crank-
baits when they surface.
Crappies are slow. Look
for them on channel
l edges at 10 to 15 feet:
andfish minnows..
SBream are fair on shal-
, low-water sandbars.
SCatfish are siow,but
some channel cats have
been taken on stinkbaits
along the river channels.

Lake Eufaula.
S Bass are fair. 'Smaller
fish can be caught early
'in the day on buzzbaits
and other topwater of-
ferings. Look for grassy
, areas on the main lake
for the best topwater
bite. The bestbass fish-
ing remains on the river
channel ledges. Look for
water 10 to 15 feet deep
and fish large, deep-run-.
ning crankbaits for the
best results. Jigs and -
Texas-rig wohrns may'
also pay dividends. ,
Hybrids arefair and
schooling early and late
over the ledges. There is
a lot of surface activ-


ity from multiple fish
schools. Catch these fish
with a shad-imitating
crankbait.
Crappies are fair.
Ledges in 15 to 20 feet of
water have been giving
up some pretty good fish
in moderate numbers..
Bream fishing is good.
Use red wigglers.
Lake Andrews/
Chattahoochee River
Catfish have been
good on the river of .
late.-Though it is too,
hot for many anglers
to brave the daytime
temperatures,, several
good catfish catches are
reported by night fisher-
men, primarily anglers
fishing the banks near.
the tailwaters of both
dams. Good numbers of
pan-size fish are re- '
ported. Larger individual
cats maybe caught while
anchored downstream
from the tailwaters. Use
shad, cut bait, worms, or
frozen shrimp.
Bass are slow. The best.'
largemouth bite comes.
on topwater baits very
early in the morning.
Work.the banks and .
slow-water areas with ,
something very noisy, '.
such as a Torpedo or,
Devils Horse.
'Bream are fair on
crickets and worms.
Drop-fish deep water
along steep banks for
the best results. Bluegills
will make up most of the
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MLB

A-Rod homers in rehab game


Drug penalties
likely Monday.
The Associated Press
NEW YORK'- Alex 'Ro-
driguez was.back with the
Trenionton Thunder on Friday
and hit what might beghise
last home runin a while .
With a lengthy, suspen-
sion looming, the NewYork
Yankees star hitba two-mn
homer to left in the third.
inning against the Reading i a
Fightin Phils.
llodriguez is among 14
players facing discipline
in Major League Baspball's
Biogenesis investigation,-
and suspensions are ex- 'io o a.,-t
pected on Monday with
Rodriguez facing the lon-
gest penalty. E
;'Coming back from' hippInE w 'oCED Pi .
surgery and a quadriceps New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez autographs a ticket stub for a fan before the start of a Class
S injy; A-Rod was hoping AA game with the Trenton Thunder against the Reading Phillies on Friday inTrenton, N.J.
to return to the Yankees A-Rod to be'accused of re- go afterward. r 'e would have major league
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Sthe closed anti-aging clinic' Baseball has been at- day' series opener at the 'Puello and Baltimore third
that's beenaccusedof dis- temptingto gain a supen- Chicago White Sox. 'It was ,baseman Danny Valencia
tributing banned perfor- sion through at least 2014 not clear whether Coi- y might be in that group.
marnce-enhancing drugs., and has threatened a pos- missiornerBud Seligwould, But that time ,wouldn't
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and-accept penalties with-' salary, A-Rod- has three players spent Friddy work- Rodfiguez has faced fan
out a challenge before an law firms working for Win ing their way'throuigh the taunting since 2009, when
arbitrator. First-time of- -.Gordon.& Rees; Reed. many issues resulting from he said he usedPEDswhiIle
feiders who' challenge, Smith;.and Cohen.;Weiss & mass suspensions. with Texas fronf2001-03.
suspensions can continue Simon. For instance: "Will there Nike.Inc. confirmed Fri-
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Associate:


Hernandez


put guns inbox


in basement

The Associated Press 'searching this week in a
lake inBristol, Conn., Her-
ATTLEBORO, Mass. nandez's
-New court records say h b' m e -.,
that an" associate of Aar- town. Au-
on Hernandez told police t thorities
the former New England, have, de-
Patriot put guns in- a box 'dclined to
in his basement after re- comment
turning from the indus- 'Hernandez on the
trial park where his friend search, but
was fatally shot. haveconfirmeditislinked
An affidavit released.by to the investigation.
Attlebbro District Court Prosecutors have not
says Carlos Ortiz told in- said who' fired 'the fatal
vestigators Hernandez "shots. But courtrecords re-
put firearins in the black leased in Florida say Ortiz
box afterOdin Lloyd's kill- told investigators Wallace
ing. The document indi- said it was Hernandez.
cates one was a smallgun The new documents
Ortiz handed'Hernandez released in Massachu-
- after they returned home setts indicate authorities
with another associate, seized a cellphone and
Ernest Wallace. Ortiz said credit and bank cards
he earlier saw Hernandez from relative ofHemrnan-
'with an additional "large dez, identified as Tanya
handgun."- '. Singleton-Valderamma,
Hernandez has pleaded of Bristol, Ortiz told in-
not guiltytomurderinthe vestigators he;'and Wal
death of Lloyd, a 27-year- lace drove to Bristol after
old Boston semi-profes- Lloyd's killing and fmat he
signal football player was dropped offat Single-
whose body was found ton-Valderamma's house,
June 17 about a mile from according to the affidavit.
Hemrnandez's North Attle- Ortiz said he, discussed
borough, Mass., home. loyd's killing with her.
His attorneys have said The records say that
the case against him is Singletbn-Valderamma
circumstantial and they" later purchased with a
Share confident he will be credit card, under a pre-
exonerated. vious name, a Greyhound
Authorities "believe ticketfromMacon,Ga., to'
'Lloyd was ldkilled with a Miami, Fla., and thatWal-
.45-caliber Glock,. which lacetraveled on a bus be-
hasn't been. recovered. tweeh, those two points.
Prosecutors .say, video He. later turned him-
'surveillance from Her-; efflin, in Miramar,.Fla.,
nandez's home before Where 'his parents live,
,andafterthekillingshbws and'is being held in Mas-
him holding a gun that sachusetts on a charge of
appears to be a Glock. accessoryto murder after
Police divers have been the fact.


TheAssociated Press
S MIAMI- Greg Qden still
needs some time to get
ready for the rigors of play-
inginthe NBA.
S He -no longer needs a
new team, however.
The former, No. 1 over-
all draft pick has chosen
to sign with the'two-time
defending. NBA :cham-
pion Miami Heat, ending
months of suspense over
where the center' whose
career has been decimated
by a series of knee-prob-
Jems would be attempting
his comeback. The Heat
were long perceived as the
frontrunners to land Oden,
', and now have a 7-footer to
help them try for a third
straight title..
/ Mike Conley Sr., one of
Oden's agents, said Friday
night that the former Port-
land center accepted an of-
fer worth about $1 million
for this coming season and
would have a player option
for 2014-15.
"He just thought that it
was' the best fit for him,
where he's at and espe-
cially for how it relates to
him coming back," Conley
said. "He can be on a win-
ning team and be working
his way in slowly.",.
SThe contract is,expected
to be formally signed early
next week, Conley said. ,
"I think a 7-footer can
help any team," Heat point
guard Mario Chalmers
said. "They're hard to find.
I've known Greg since our
high school days, talked
to him a couple of, times
about this and you just
hope for the best."
Oden told ESPN.com on
Friday. night that he still
has "a lot of work to do."
And during their recruit-
ing process, the Heat were
obviously cognizant of
that. Oden has not played
in the NBA since fracturing
his lneecap in a game on
Dec. 5, 2009, but the Heat
surely will not'expect him
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Portland Trail Blazers center Greg Oden reacts after falling to
the floor in the first half of an NBA game against the Hllouston
Rockets in Portland, Ore., on Dec. 5, 2009. A person familiar
with the situationsays Oden;has told the Miami Heat that he
will accept their contract offer.,'
away, given' that they are just8.2 games- heequiv-
bringing back most of the alent-of one full NBA sea-
rotation that won the last son during his four-plus
two league tides and will years,. in the Blazers' or-
almost ceitainlybe favored ganization, averaging ,9.4
towin a third next season., points, 7.3 rebounds and
When meeting with 1.4 blocks on 58, percent
Oden last month in India- shooting. '
napolis. Heat coach Erik Oden's health issues have
Spoelsta laid 'out what dogged;.him since he was
Miami's plans would, be drafted. Right knee micro-
as far as potential roles fracture surgery-a proce-.
and the former Ohio State dure used to develop new,
'star's ongoing rehabilita- healthy cartilage -.'ended
tion," and whatever got ..."' '"
said in that conversation r
resonated throughout the ig o
remainder of the decision-'
maldngprocess. ,
"The 'fact that Coach
SSpoelstra said all the right
things, understood where
he wasat and what he
wants, that impressed Greg
quite a bit," Conley said.
Oden is the second No.
1 pick on the Heat roster,
joining LeBron James, the
top overall draft selection '
in 2003 and someone
who developed quite an
affinity'-for Oden's game
when the center was at Yufe e
Ohio State. Oden wound wlB l
up leaving college after
one season, then was tak- lHIp
.en byPortland at the top of W c e
the 2007 draft. ,
It was a spectacular fail-
ure, thanks to an array of Dnel*tS .
injuries. Oden played in -. -


what would have been
his rookie season before
it ever started. He made
his long-awaited NBA de-
but'on Oct. 28, 2008, and
sprained his right foot' in
that game, sidelining him
for twoweeks.,
His. next major injury
issue came in .February
of that season, when he-
chipped his left kneecap
and missed about a month.
Oden. returned for the final
'21 games of that season -
15 before the playoffs, then
six more in the postseason,
when Portland was ousted.
by the Rockets. -
He's played in a total of
21 games since, and the,
fractured kneecap in 2009
Same just as he seemed'
to be hitting hi' best NBA
stride.Another microfrac-
ture surgery awaited, him
in November 2010, and a
third one was needediearly
in 2012, essentially ending
"his career with the Blazers.
He was, waived in March
2012. .
,"Time will tell," Heat
president Pat Riley, said
'earlier thissummer, when
,asked if Oden could still be
Effective. ,


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Dear Annie: I am a 60-year-old woman ordered soup for a total of $8.1 I left a 20
and just found out that there's a small, percent tip, but as I was walking out the
chance I may have uterine cancer. I'm door, I caught her checking out my tip
scheduled for additional tests. I haven't and then adding to it. She brags about
toldfriends or family because it seems her big tips. Frankly, I don't want to meet
too early to push the panic button. I told. up with her anymore. How should I
my husband, of course, but his response handle this?
left mehurt ahid confused. His only reac- I,. --NDY
tion was to ask whether bur insurance Dear Indy. Has your sisterbeen .
would cover any costs. At the very least, 'screened to see if she is bipolar? Heir,.
I could have used a hug or some show of anti-depressant may not be adequate.
concern. After I told him how much his- We know her behavior is irritating,.but. ,:
lack of response hurt me, he apologized please don't cut her off over this. It is a
and said he was scared, top. He is a.great minor armnnoyance to you if she oVertips,
guy, but empathy has never been one ,f but your presence may be a major source
hisstrong suits. .... .' .' of support for her.
The problem is, I am still very hurt by ,
hik initialreaction. very time I think b Dear Annie: This isin response to
-about it,. I want to cry. "Frustrated Daughter-in-Law," who said
-, STILL HURTING IN TEXAS her mother-in-law ha8 anxiety and self-
Dear Still: What a difficult time this diagnosed fibromyalgia. Your comment
must be for you. Please forgive your that Mom "may like her maladies" made ,
'husband for his thoughtless response. it sound as if we have a choice In the
'When confronted with such potentially m, 'matter. .
devastating information, it was easier, Fibromyalgia can be a disabling dis-
for him to focus on the cost rather than order. Anxi'dety; depression and irritable
Sth. possibilitythathe could loseyou. bowel are all very real components of the
You already know that empathy, is not his illness. I am only in my mid-50s and 'also
strongsuit, sohelp him out a little. If you find it difficult to exercise. I don't leave
need himnto comfort you, teach him how the house unless I have to or unless it is
to do it. We think he will want to rise to for something I really enjoy.
the occasion. When you have-fibromyalgia, you learn
: to budget your energy. You owe a lot of
Dear Annie: My sister always leaves big people an apology.


tips- like $5 for a cup of coffee. She also
is overly generous in other ways. She
gave our teenage niece several pairs of
expensive boots and was furious when
Sthe girl then sold them on eBay. .
Six years ago, my sister let her house
go to mold. When the local police.:
began asking about her,I stepped in,
and found someonewilling to buy-her
home and rehab it. She has since lived
in an extended-stay hotel and is now op
anti-depressants.
I recently met her for lunch. We both


Bob Hope said, "Virus is
a Latin word.used by doc-
tors to mean 'your guess is
as good as mine.'"
Since bridge isn't always
a perfect science, capable
of exact calculation, every
player has to guess oc-.
casionally. But when you
have to guess, consider
each.sensible choice and
try to select the one that
you think will work most'.
often.
South guessed well in
i.this deal from a social
game. After West's one-
diamond opening (that
hand was far too good for
aweaktwo-bid), North's
two-club overcall, and
East's pass, South ad-
vanced with a forcing two
hearts. (More pairs treat
this bid as encouraging
but nonforcing;I.l prefer
forcing by an unpassed
hand.) When North
rebid two no-trump, what
should South have done
next? '
Many players would
have immediately raised
to three no-trump. But
that contract would have
had no chance assum-


," .' : -IN HER SHOES
SDear Shoes: Our comment had noth-
ing to do with the legitimate pains of
fibromyalgia. We know that many people
.suffer from this energy-draining illness.
But Mom has not seen h doctor about
her various maladies and/is unwilling
to be tested. She doesn't actually know
what's wrong and is self-diagnosing in
a way that allows her to maintain her
current status. There could be something
else going on that can be, treated, and she
should be willing to find out.


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ing East led the diamond
seven, not a spade. ,:-,--
'At.the table, though,
South forced to game with
a three-diamond cue-bid.
And when North admit-
ted to secondary heart
support with a three-heart
bid, South raised t6 four.'
True, this contract would
have'failedif thedefense
had gone club ace, club
ruff, diamond to the ace,


club ruff. But noWesrwas
ever going to guess that.':
Instead, he led the spade
eight. Declarerwon in his
Sand, drewtrumps,.arid
drove out the club ace.
West had to cash the dia-
mond ace to stop a second
overtrick.
S'Irrelevant to this deal, if
you studyresults, you' will
see that experts guess bet-
ter than nonexperts.


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Entertainment Brief


Horoscopes

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
-You'll figure out how
to reach someone whom
you've thought of as
being cold and aloof.
You've been misreading
this individual.
. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.
22) -,This is an excel-
lent day to maike a..
change to improve your
finances. Iron out any
wrinkles and make your
move. I' ,
LIBRA (Sept. 23-'Oct
23).- If you feel you
have to make an impor-
iant decision that fin-
volves others, it's impor-
tant to have the courage.
of vour convictions. :t
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.,'
22) A situation in ,
which you've worked
, ,hard for something that
is being denied you is .
likely to be rectified
today.
SAGIlTARIUS (Nov.
23-Dec..21)L- Although
you have established a
valuable contact, you
haven't handled a rela-
tionship to the best of
your advantage.
CAPRICORN (Dec.
22-Jan. 19)- Don't give ;.
up on something you've,
been pursuing. The
'results you're hoping for
could be close.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 .
Feb. 19)--Your mental
acuity canbe your great-
estasset. If you think
resourcefully, you'll have
the ability to interest the,,.
rightpeople.
SPISCES (Feb. 20-March"
20) -You'll have the'
rare knack of being
.,able to turn an unusual
development to your
advantage. You might
do this in two or more
instances.
ARIES (March 21-April
19)- Don't delegate
an important chore to
a less-talented person.
This can be a rewarding
day, provided you select
the right person to do
the job. /
TAURUS (April 20- '
May 20) -Allow your
perceptive mind to spet
where your chances for.
makldng a profit lie. Your
instincts should be right
on the money.
GEMINI (May 21-June
20) Because you'll ;
work effectively in most.
group involvementsto-
day, try to avoid solitary ,
pursuits.
CANCER (June .21-July
22) -Don't be hesitant
in attempting to fulfill
an ambition. Numerous
challenges will awaken'
all kinds of latent talents.',


World"
Almanac

Today is the 216th day
of 2013.and the 45th day
of summer.
TODAY'S HISTORY:
In 1914, Germany in-
vaded Belgium, prompt-
ing Great Britain to de-
clare war on Germany.
In 1944, the Gestapo ar-
rested diaristAnne Frank
and'the other inhabitants
of the "Secret Annex" in
Amsterdam.
In 1977, President Jim-
my Carter signed legisla-
tion establishing the De-
partment of Energy.
in .1993, two Los Ange-
les police officers' Were
sentenced to 30 months
in prison for violating
motorist Rodney King's
civil rights. '
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
Percy Bysshe Shelley
(1792-1822), .poet; Louis
Vuitton (1821-1892), fash-
ion designer; Louis Arm-
strong (1901-1971), musi-
cian; Billy Bob Thornton


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DeGeneres to host
Oscars for 2nd time
NEWYORK-- Comic
and daytime television
host Ellen DeGeneres
was picked to host the
Academy Awards for the
second time.
Show producers Craig
Zadan' and Neil Meron
announced DeGeneres'
selectionFriday. The'
movie awards show will
air on ABC on March 2.
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Cowboys, Dolphins get early start


The Associated Press


CANTON, Ohio- The
Miami Dolphins could be
the only legitimate chal-
lenger to New England's
AFC East dominance.
The Dallas Cowboys hope
they will be a true threat in
the' NFC East, where both .
the defending division
champion Redskins and
the Giants are more highly
.regarded.,
For two teams with con
many question marks
heading toward the 2013 Bsfh
season, an extra exhibition d ji a
game can't be a terrible
thing provided no key
players get hurt in Sunday i
night's Hall of Fame game.
Miami already has some'
injury concerns, with start-,
ing receivers Mike Wallace 'sgiv
(groin) and Brian Hartline ..wr wJ
(left calf) hobbled in prac- ,
tice this week.
Dallas quarterback 'Tony
Romo had offseason sur-
gery for a cyst on his back,-,
and coach: Jason Garrett THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FE
has been close-mouthed Miami Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan,(95),runs with the football during an NFLpractice In Davie on July 23. The Dolphins
on Romo's availability for are eager to see Jordan in Sunday's exhibition opener.
the lonegame this week-
end. Only Dallas and Mi- him in any uncomfortable group of receivers led by he could be the Dolphins' valuable, absolutely not.""
ami will play five exhibi- positions during the pre- Dez Bryant, Jason Witten next JasonTaylor. Rook- &3.Calling"th plays In Big
tions this summer. season, so even if Romo 'and'Miles Austin. :1.ies, once they are signed, D: That's Bill Callahan's
Five things to look for in starts against Miami, he "I think more than any- usually, aren't held back in responsibility this year af-
Dolphins vs: Cowboys: won't spend much time on thing just getting backinto the preseason, and Jordan ter (arrett had that chore
LWhereart thou, Romo?: the field, especially wHith a it, getting thebody to start, could wind up on special taken away; he says it
After signing a huge con- banged-up offensive line. stop, go, quit, that football teams, too. was a'team decision, but
tract (six years, $108' mil- But the Cowboys must entails," Romo said of the "That's a huge part of our speculation is that owner
lion with $55 million guar- find out just how healthy importance of practice team," coach Joe Philbin Jerry Jones opted for the
anteed), Romo is expected' their latest franchise quar- and game action. 'said. "We-have the poten- move. The reasoning was
-to step up.his game'and terback is and how he re- 2. Dion Jordan's role: Mi- tial to be very, very good that Garrett could be more
become one of the top few acts to taking a hit. And ami traded up to the third on special teams this year. focused on overall game
QBs in the league, since Romo is eager to be behind spot in April's draft to grab Dion's had an outstand- scenarios if he wasn't tell-
he is being paid like one. center as often as pos- Oregon defensive end ing attitude toward spe- ing Romo what play to run
Garrett Won't be putting sible to work with a strong Dion Jordan with the idea cial teams. To say he's too each snap.


I College Football


Duke Johnson in spotlight

as Mia opens camp
as Miani opens camp


The Associated Press
CORAL GABLES Duke
Johnson was already wide
awake at 4a.m. Saturday.
Never mind
that the wake-up '
callwasn't for afi- f
other two hours,
or thatthe Miami C
Hurricanes first 7"
practice of train-
ing camp was still more
than four hours away.
"Just that ready to go,"
Johnsonsaid.
Apparently, even he's ea-
ger to see what he does for
an encore.
Johnson ran for 957
yards in his debut season
on only 139 carries. He
was the only player in col-
lege football with at least
900 rushing yards and 800
kickoff-return yards a year
ago, which makes it easy
to see why he was touted
as one of the nation's best
freshmen. And after add-
ing 8 pounds of muscle
in the offseason, Johnson
thinks he's well-prepared
to 'handle a much bigger
workload in 2013, when


he's expected to be Miami's
featured back
"I'm excited," Johnson
said. "Just ready to get
out here and play some
football. The *hole
I summer we've been
doing strength and
conditioning. Now
it's time to get down
to football, and I'm
ready."
It's obvious, that Miami
coach Al Golden will be
calling Johnson's number
often this season. 'What
remains unclear is what
name Golden will use
when addressing his run-
ning back
After two years of strife
brought on by the still-un-
resolved NCAA investiga-
tion into the Hurricanes'
athletic department-- it
is possible that the asso-
ciation's Committee on
Infractions may announce
in the next few days what
penalties, if any,. will be
levied against Miami -
the closest thing to an in-
house controversy seems
to be why Golden insists
on calling his running back


by his given name.
He calls him Randy and
not Duke, the name every-
one else uses.
'Am I the only one?-. I
thought it was his mom,"
Golden said. "I'll call bim
whatever he wants to be
called. We're still going to
give him the ball. I don't
care what you call him."
As Golden was speaking
on an 86-degree morn-
ing, his players just getting
settled on the team's rede-
signed practice fields for
the first time. New wind
screens surround the com-
plex, the dark-green mesh
not only shielding the
team from prying eyes but
also serving as attribute to
the 74 former players who
have been recognized as
All-Americans in their col-
lege careers.
Their images, alonfig with
photos of Miami's five'na-
tional championship rings
and Golden's credo of "De-
serve Victory," are printed
on those screens. At this
rate, Johnson could'easily
be one of the next names
added to the display.


An offensive line coach
by trade but a, former
head coach of the Raiders
when they lost to Tampa
Bay in the 2002 Super Bowl,,
and at Nebraska- Calla-
han is no novice. He held
thae offensive coordinator's!,
title last year, his first with
Dallas, and now truly fits
the role.
4. Stepping in for Bush:
Reggie Bush now is in De-
troit, leaving Miami as a
free agent. He's never been
the superstar projected
when he came out of
Southern Cal, but he's been
a playmaker and gained
986 yards rushing and 292
receiving and scored eight
times for the Dolphins in
2012.
His replacement could
be second-year speedster
Lamar Miller. Or it could
be third-year man Dan-
iel Thomas if he can stay
healthy. Or rookie Mike
SGillislee, a fifth-round
pick.
5. New faces: Both teams
were very active in the off-
season, and this game will
provide an early look at
some of those moves.
Miami brought in Wal-
lace, CB Brent Grimes, LBs
Dannell Ellerbe and LB
Philip Wheeler, TE Dustin
Keller,WRBrandon Gibson
and OT Tyson Clabo. Dal-
las' key newcomer is de-
fensive coordinator Monte
Kiffin, who made his big-
gest splash with the Tampa
Bay defense that won the
2002 championship and is
switching the Cowboys to
a 4-3 alignment.


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The Associated Press
ORLANDO The only woman
charged in the hazing death of a Florida
A&M drum major will have to spend 100
hours performing community service
after pleading no contest Friday.
Lasherry Codner became the sixth de-
fendant to be sentenced in the case.,The
others asked for more time to consider
plea offers by the prosecutor.
Codner pleaded no contest Friday to
third-degree felony hazing for taking
part in the ritual in November.2011 that
ended with Robert Champion collaps-
Singand dying.
In exchange for her plea, Codner had
a second-degree manslaughter charge
against her dropped. She was sentenced
to four years of probation, must perform
the community service, and complete
an anti-hazing course.
The 22-year-old drummer also has
agreed to be interviewed by investiga-
tors and testify for the prosecution in
any cases that wind up going to trial.
The Orlando Sentinel reports Codner
sobbed as she apologized to Champi-
on's parents, Robert Sr.- and .Pamela,
who listened to the hearing over the
phone from Georgia. "On behalf of my-


Auburn running back MichaelDyer (5) celebrates With fans after a 41-23 win over Mississippi
in a game at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn. Ala., on Oct. 29,20h1.



Dyer says he will



play .for Louisville


The Associated Press second half of my colle-
giatecareer." I ', Ii:
formerr Auburn run- Louisville and coach
ning back Michael Dyer is Charlie Strong cannot
transferring to Louisville confirm Dyer's decision or
and will play for the Cardi- comment on the 2011BCS
nals this season. championship game MVP
Arkansas Baptist Col- until he has officially en-
lege President Fitz Hill, rolled. He has not played
who mentored Dyernat the since 2011 and will be eli-
Little Rock school the past gible immediately.
academic year, said Friday Louisville s coming off
that Dyer has applied for an 11-2 season that ended
admission to Louisville with a Sugar Bowl victory
and will. report next week against Florida. The Car-
in time for the start of fall dinals have already been
practice Tuesday. picked as the overwhelm-
"He'l report just like ev- ing favorites to win the
erybody else will on the. American Athletic Confer-
day incoming players re- ence and have star quar-
port," Hill said, adding terback Teddy Bridgewater
that Dyer will receive a leading the offense.
scholarship. Adding Dyer could give
Dyer announced his in- a huge boost to Louisville's
tention to play for the Car- running game. The Car-
dinals in a, letter written dinals averaged only 122
with Hill's assistance and yards per game on the
issued by the school, ground last season, and
"I am readyto start a new the top two tailbacks on
chapter in my life," Dyer their depth chart Seno-
said 'in the. statement. "I rise Perry and Dominique
have learned from my past Brown are coming off
and feel that Louisville is knee injuries.
the best place to play the "I thank God for Coach


Strong's belief in me," Dyer
added. "I am not going to
let him dowvn."
Dyer, who attended high
school in Little Rock, ran
for more than 1,000 yards
in each of his two seasons
at Auburn, but left the
school after the 2011 sea-
son and transferred to Ar-
kansas State.
He never played for Ar-
kansas State after getting
suspended after a run-in
with the law, though he
was never charged with a
crime. Dyer was cited for
speeding, and a handgunfi
was improperly confiscat-
ed from the car by a state
trooper.
Hill said Dyer had no is-
sues at Arkansas Baptist,
where he earned an asso-
ciate's degree.
S"We hold everybody ac-
countable not just Mi-
chael;"I- Hill said of the
school's policy, "but we
try to be a support system
to help them move on
and become responsible
husbands, fathers and
community leaders."


SUNDAY, AUGUST 4,2013 7BF


Lone female defendant

pleads in FAMU hazing case


self and my entire marching-band fam-
ily, no one intended on this happening,"
she said. "This truly changed our lives.
We're very, very and deeply sorry that
this happened."
A status hearing was also held Friday
for the remaining eight defendants in
the case. Attorneys for each asked Judge
Marc Lubet.to push back what he called
a "drop-dead date" for them tb accept or
reject plea offers from the prosecutor.
Lubet agreed to set that new date for
Oct. 4, but said he doesn't anticipate it
would be extended beyond that.
A different judge will handle any cases
that go to trial because Lubet has been
assigned to a different court division.
The prosecution contends that Cham-
pion, who was from Decatur, Ga., col,
lapsed and died after walking down a
gauntlet if. other band members who
beat him with fists and instruments on
a bus parked outside an Orlando hotel
following a football game.
It led to the departure of the band's
longtime director, the abrupt resigna-
tion of the university's president, James
Ammons and the suspension last year
of the famed marching band. FAMU
has since made sweeping changes in an
effort to end a culture of hazing.


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4-stroke, Bimini Top, Hyd anchor Fod 2003 Expedition,
$13,500.334-714-7129 Eddie Bauer Edition,
Quantum 1989 17ff., Fish-N-Ski, w/85hp Force $5999.99. Ca11334-984
Motor, AM/FM, CB, depth finder, trolling motor, 2015.
power-tilt, trailer, liye wells, low hours, good
condition, $3,500 334-355-1373
Suzuki 2006 Grand Vitara 125K miles, good
............... .& l T. -: : :- cond. great little compact SUV $6000.
2005 Camper- Cavalier 8 x 32ft sleeps 8, AC, 334-791-8977.
tub &,shower, sfove & oven, rmicrowave, frig,
dbl. sink. 2 Ig. gas bottles $3250. 334-983-4941.
RV forSale 1998 Fleetwood Discovery. 1
34' length. 5.9 liter Cummins Diesel Pusher D
Engine 275 hp w/Allison 6 sp transmission, on
Freightliner chasis. 54,741 miles. Very good
condition, very well-maintained. Major mainte-1
nance work includes new rubber roof, new
awning, new Michelintires, and new Interstate p
batteries. Many upgrades including flat screen
TVs, new mattress, rock guard, and more.
$37,000. In Blakely, GA. Call 229-723-4360.*


S FRleetwood 1998 PaceArrow,
34' Sleeps 6,23k miles, 2
AC units, 4 new tires. Clean,
and well taken care of and
under shelter. Selling due
S to health problems. $17,500
or wilt trade for pickup of equal value. Call1334-
797-6803 and leave message.




CadHllac 1992 Convertible Nes' comp/new tires
good condition'68K miles $4495. 334-714-7129
ATS FOR AL
NR__ 2004 Nissan Titan LE
crew cab (full four door)
a ...cold A/C Rockford Fosgate
M A premium sound system, 6
r disc CD changer auxiliaryy
input, tow mode power
locks & windows. Leather) 2nd row separate '
audio, new battery. 121k mi. $10,900.618-2507
t^l 1 2010 Chevrolet Camaro 2
SS ^Coupe V8, RS package
SDual exhaust polished
stainless steel tips, rear
spoiler, high intensity halo-
gen headlamps, running lamps, ultrasonic rear
parking assist, am/fm stereo, satellite radio,
Boston premium acoustic sound system, leath-
er sport bucket seats, elite alum. wheels. Only
13,000 mi. Exc. condition. $28,900. 334-797-0987
S 2012 Smart Car Convertible -
S11000 miles, like new, factory
warranty, A/C, A/T. heated seats
~ and much more. Asking only
$14,995.00 Call 334 701-5129
Audi 2011 A4, sun roof, leather, low miles. Call
Matt 334-587-2957.
SBuick 1997 LeSabre,
Custom, loaded, cold air,
new tires, 79,000 miles,
like new condition,
$3874. Call 334-790-7959:
Chevrolet 2012 Impala LT, factory warranty,
like new, $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron
Ellis 334-714-0028.
Dodge 2002 Grand Caravan
|Sport, Taupe. Power driver
Seat, power windows,
great front and rear,
AM/FM/tape/CD, towing pkg, roof rack, front
cloth bucket seats 2 rpws bench seats. Runs C l
& rides well. High highway mileage 266K, good
gas mileage. $2,200.334-696-4767
Ford 2011 Fusion, low miles, leather, priced to
sell. Call Bon 205.572-1279. ir s
IVolkswagen 2006 Beetle
Convertible. Car is In.great
condition. 77k miles.
1 | gg $8.500. Call 334-792-1580(8 5 ) 2 1


$0uu ana up. nHu, garage, sewer incluuead. I .. .l ... .
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850-209-8847 4. Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550
2_&_31311___ Mo.l H eI Mazda 2006 6, 4d'., 4cyl, PW, -PDL, PM, Cruise.
S2&3BR Mobile HomeS One owner. 40,300 miles. $8200. 794-2210.
in Marianna & Sneads 1850)209-8595 Nissan 2010 Frontier, X cab, low miles, must
_____________________ iI_ .sell! $200 dowri, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis
II 3/2 Dbl.Wd. Mobile Home (by itself) 334-714-0028.
on quiet lot in Sneads. 850-209-8595 Nissan 2012 Maxima, low miles, sun roof,
priced to sell. Call Tavaris 334-618-7989.
3/2 DW in Malone, CH/A No pets, security Nissan 2012 Sentra, still under factory Warran-
neg., Section 8 ok. 850-594-9991 or 850-557- 1ty. Great gas mileage, real nice car. $300 down,
7719 $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-
3BR 2BA, Mobile Home nice total elec. on pave 8243..
road near Blue Springs water & yard mint. fur-
nished No Pets $550. me + dep. 850-638-7822 Toyota 2012 Corolla, Save Fuel! Great fuel mile-
r .age, under factory warranty, all power, AC,
t. For Rent Greenwood, Mariahnna, & PW, PDL, AT, CD. $300 down, $300 per month.
Cottondale, starting @ $375/m. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243.
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Quiet, well maintained Park, Water/sewer/ .;;;WPEr M ftVAi 2002 Harley Davidson Ultra
garbage/lawn included. 3/2 $575. ,m Classic Electra Glide.
also 2/1 Brick Duplex $600. w/ carpprt .hIE Loaded. Custom purple/
Joyce Riley RE 850-209-7825 4= ^black paint. Chromed out.
Garaged. 14,750 miles.
In excellent condition.
$14,500. Call 334-792-8701 or 714-4548.
CIMUM ERCIAL: :=& INDSTIALllILD Custom BuiltSoftTall
built in 2010, 750 mi.
Freezer Cooler Warehouse Combination 1600 S&S motor 6 speed, trans
sq, ft. Termaphennrm Freezer, 900 sq ft. cooler, custom everything. '
3000 sq. ft. Warehouse, Semi-loading dock Have all receipts.
total 5500 sq. ft. $3950. mo. 850-718-6541. Clear title $8000. FIRM
--- 229-220-6693 or 609-577-5789.
Harley Davidson 2003,
KLu!Jgr: .A. 100 Anniversary Edition,
HOMES__WITH__ACREAGE -~ Heritage Softail Classic,
black w/lots of chrome,
MobileHome on 5 Acres: 2BR/1BA well, septice straight pipes, many
tank, fixer upper on paved road near Marianna. X-ttas, 57K miles, $8,500
$25,000. Call 850-482-8333 or 850-209-4936 Firm 229-321-9625
y-t "";; "i" .... Harley Davidson 2004 Sportster 1200 Roadster:
S20k miles $6,000 OBO. Call 334-588-3677
Honda 2006 Goldwing: 1800CC, black, one own-
I A er, many extra, and matching trailer available.
Astro 1989 18ft Boat: Aluminum hulJI, with $13,500 Call 334-796-4125
trailer, 1998 Mercury engine, 115HP, 2 electric '. Suzuki 2005 Burgman
anchors, front and rear, new fish/depth finder, HC" 400 automatic motorcycle,
2 new batteries, plenty of storage, live well, blue, water cool engine &
new trolling motor. Excellent fishing boat! fuel injected, exc. cond.
$3.500 Call 334-445-1616 4,000 miles, adult owned,
Blue Fin Bass $2,500. 50 mpg city.
1998Eliimator All 334-797-4070.
Aluminum Bass Yamaha 1999 V-SWar: 1100CC, 33k miles, runs
Boat, 50 HP force and looks great and very clean. Asking $2,500.
engine, galvan- Call 334-596-5032
ized trailer-new
tires, all in very SPORT UTLITY
good condition, 2
live well boxes, 4 Eddie Bauer 2010 Explorer, 21K miles, all leath-
new seats, new Humminbird fish finder $3,995 er inside, like showroom condition,'can be seen
OBO 828-837-1314 or 828-421-0998 at 518 E Barbour St between 10AM4PM week-
;, v, o days, $23,500 334-616-7272


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SToyota P996 4 Runner,
100,000 miles on motor &
S transmission, new tires,
A/C & heat,'nice vehicle,
$2599.99. Call 334-984-
2015.


Chevy 1994 C1500 Pick-up silver in color,
147,700 miles, For more information
Call: 850-579-4303.
Dodge 1998 Ram 1500is: Quad cab, loaded, heavy
duty towing package, camper shell included,
low miles, less than 100k miles $4,500 030.
Cal1 334-793-1946 or 334-618-0583
Ford '03 Ford Pacer Bus: for sale to the highest
bidder. The bus may be seen at Dothan Adult
Care Center, 795 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, Ala-
bama. Sealed bids must be sent to Wiregrass
Rehabilitation Center, 795 Ross Clark Circle,
pothan, Alabama, by August 30, 2013, by 4:00
p.m. If you have questions, contact Mona
Meadows (334) 792-0022, Ext. 283.
SFord 1995 F-150 XLT
Supercab, loaded, V-8,
Automatic, new tires,
wheels, bed liner, 75,000
miles, like new condition,
S $6400.'Call 334-790-7959.
Ford 2006 F350: power stroke, 6.0 Turbo deisel,
very short wheel base, 48k miles, 7,800 hours
on engine, veoygood truck for pulling peanut &
corn wagons. $8,000. Call 334-393-3746"
Ford 2006 Ranger XL, Eco
nomical 2.3 4 cylinder, au-
tomatic, 68.000 miles,
clean,9$7380. Call 334-
790-7959. 1 ,
Ford '97 Ford Pacer Bus: for sale to the highest
bidder. The bus may be seen at Enterprise
Adult Care Center, 106 Douglas Brown Circle,
Enterprise, Alabama. Sealed bids must be sent
to Wiregrass Rehabilitation Center, 795 Ross
Clark Circle, Dothan, Alabama, by August 30,'
2013, by 4'00 p.m. If you have questions, con-
tact Mona Meadows (334) 792-0022, Ext. 283.
Tractor 1977 79 Ford 1600 series very gdbod
condition, comes with 12 ft. long dual axle .
trailer steel frame & box blade, approx 3 yrs.
old. Excellent for food plots $3500. 334-703-
3611.


Dodge 2005 Caravan, Good Condition, New
.Tires, Runs Good; Asking $4,600 863-978-89211
(Georgetown, Ga.) .I-7. 1
Dodge 2013 Journey, 7 passenger, low miles,
-great family vehicle. Call Chuck 334-333-8558.
Ford 2005 Freestar SE Van: Handicap, beige
with cloth interior, 85k miles, equipped with
VMI system, very clean, new fuel pump, new
tires, rebuilt trans, garage kept, cold AC, tie
down system. $18,995 NEG., Call 334-301-6064
or 334-301-0988 or 334-301-1204
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LF160192
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 13-001DP
SIN THE INTEREST OF:
A.C.W. (dob 05/14/2011)
D.M.W. (dob 08/06/2012)
CHILDREN
S NOTICE OF ACTION AND OF ADVISORY
S HEARING FORTERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS AND GUARDIANSHIP
STATEOF FLORIDA
TO: Amanda Carlina Williams
A Petition for Termination of Parental Rights
under oath has been filed In this court regard-
ing the above referenced children. You are to
appear before the Honorable William L. Wright,
Circuit Judge at 9:00 a.m. (CT) oh November 7,
2013 in Chambers on the 2nd Floor of the Jack-
son County Courthoupe at 4445 Lafayette ,
Street, Marianna, Florida 32446, for a TERMINA-
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS ADVISORY HEAR-
ING. You must appear on/the date and at the
time specified.
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE AD-
VISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO
THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO
THESE CHILDREN. If YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON
THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED YOU MAY LOSE
ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILDREN WHOSE
INITIALS APPEAR ABOVE.
SIf you are a person with a disability who needs
any accommodation.to participate in this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance. Please
contact the Office of the Court Administrator,
Jackson County Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette
Street, Marianna, Florida 32446 at 850-718-0026
at least 7 days before your scheduled court ap-
pearance, or immediately upon receiving this
notification if the time before the scheduled
appearance is less than 7 days. If you are
hearing or voice impaired, call 711.
SWitness my hand and seal of this court at Ma-
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PRICED FOR QUICK SALE. 15 acres has unfinished,
old 2 BR house and barn on property. Barn has
attached 20x40 shed and two 12x12 horse
stalls. Approx. 10 acre hay field. Some fencing.
Underground storm shelter, well and septic tank.
Being sold "AS IS." $75,000 MLS #248497


2 BR/2 BA Mobile home. on 2 fenced acres.
Paved roads, 3 metal storage buildings, one
converted into living quarters. Generator for
Mobile home. Animals welcome. Possible owner
financing 20% down, 6% interest for 5 years
w/credit report. $49,900 MLS #248500


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Marianna' On a quiet deadend street is this 3 BR/2BA to the iving area
home, plus an unheated bonus room. Cen H&A 7 and has stainless
steel appliances,
months old. Oak floors, some covered with carpet. One flat top stove, new handmade countertops and cabinets.
garag. L metal t.a bdIns. LrIe s y Original hardwood Floors throughout.with No carpeting!
car garage. 2 metal storage buildings. Large shady ot Remodeled Bathroom! Large Y acre lot has a huge
is fenced in back. Great for children or pets. S75,000 backyard! Central Heat and air with all new duct work
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Well-maintained
2 BR/2 BA mobile
home in a country
setting. The master bedroom has a walk-in
closet. All appliances included. Most of properly
is chain-link fenced, .7 ac lot is cross fenced with
large garden space. Open shed 18x15, storage
bldg. 12x8. Front and back porch. Reduced to
$25,900. Bring Offers! MLS #247915


Marianna Approximately acre lot with
149' on north Jefferson zoned mixed used.
Could be residential, apartments/duplex or
business. City utilities. 2 BR, old house being
sold "AS IS". MLS #247182


Blountstown Business opportunity on
Highway 20, road to the beach. Metal building
has approx. 3,100 sq ft. H/C and 7,500 sq
ft under roof. Roll-up door 10x1i2, 3 offices,
three Y2 baths, 8 hold rooms, and workshop/
mechanics room. Fenced back lot on corner of
two paved streets. $375,000. MIS #247989


MLS 248617 $185,000.
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WiS 241289 76 Acres A $1,835 Per Acre 10 Mile Creek Crosses, Secluded
MIS 247073 20 Acres, Well, Septic, Power, 2 Spring 1edl Creeks, Wooded
MLS 247315 29 Acres Priced At Less Than $3,000 Per Acre, Greeat Hunting
MU 248437 1 0.70 Building lht Quiel Neighborhood Plus Adjoining Lot Available
1M 247815 0.36hLotSunnyHillsSuldvDriveYourGoiFCartToGolfCourse $5,500
MIS 2478055 5AcresHwy201200ft.ToHwy.231,Wooded, 30MinsToPonmaCily
Invest Now InWaterfront Property
M5 240474 I Acre Mol Walk To Mccormnnick e Club House, Swim Picnic, Paved Rd
MIS247636 a 5AcresCloseDrive ToOdclockoneeBay,PoannedSubdv ,
MIS 23955 CryslolLtk Well, Septic, Power, White Sendy Beach, 30 Mins1ToLynnHialve
W S 24 038 ' i.. u .j i .. -1- r.l-.: C'. :, -l:C.: l. L "'r. i F,,'l. fu. Jl '" ".u 4...,., 4.[
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IS245770 1.75 Acres Lae Shore Blvd Across From dedicatedd Park, tLake Mdcieo


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IBR/1BA close to main home, making listing a 4BR/3.5BA under 2 roots!
Property is horse-ready w/two new stalls, fenced, cross-fenced, 7.5 acres
of "pasture 2/Ig barn/workshop/greenhouse. Picturesque home site, too
much to list! Home warranty incl. Priced at $299,000 MLS# 248354

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Panama City! This home has carpet and tile throuibout.
Tastefully painted and decorated, this home shows beautifully.
Home has a living room and a great room! Nice rear deck and
fenced-in backyard. A great deal at $119,000 MLS# 248496
Nice and clean 3BR/2BA
home, located in
Meadowview Subdivision.
Ceramic tile throughout
home except for carpet
in bedrooms. Has a large
den, living/dining combo. Kitchen; has new countertops, beautiful
cabinets, and is a chef's delight. Large laundry room, workshop, newer
pole barn, Ig. fenced backyard. Seller will allow up to $7000 for a new
roof. This is a MUST SEE at only $149,900 MLS# 248503















This beautiful custom built, 5BR/4.5BA, stone home on 50 acres is a rare find!!!
Exceptional craftsmanship is displayed everywhere! It has a library w/walls of
bookshelves, DR w/crown moldings, Ige great room wl/recessed lighting, stone raised
hearth fireplace, 2 sets of French.doors to a stone patio, all with beautiful hardwood
floors. The eat-in kitchen is a gourmet's dream with a walk-in pantry. Includes
a Ige master suite w/sitting area. The master bath incl. a sauna, Jacuzzi tub,
oversized shower, 2 vanities, along with 2 closets. There are 4 other lge bedrooms!
One on the tst floor is a guest/in-law suite with full bath, and 3 bdrms on the
2nd floor, along with 2 awesome storage rooms! Home features a.3-car garage w/
workshop, irrigation system, fruit tree's, & a rose garden. Too much to list!l Make
an appointment for a private showing today. Priced at $699,900! MLS# 248572

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screen TVs! This is a must see and only $79,900! MLS# 248556


updates[iLing lroomE ialnarf ling neauutiutly tandscaped anshnas a private backyara.
and Master bedroom overlook the watnrlt Freplace In l vIng rmorl Private J f,,"'. I.. t,4,: h."' 1"his is a great buy at only $199,000. MLS# 248082
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VERY AIfRACTIVEHOME0 r ,... .". Thio 40-acre honter' paradise
INSIDER AND OUTIE 4 4.lr:.r .'"'.i"':""t ,..iJ ,'i a cones with o rutic 3BP,/2BA
iaeon wan aunts w4t eriaa noe tl nr'.. ,, ,,' ,,,,. lodge sitting among lgo oaks, lee
Idalmost 2700 so fl underiair!nl 1,l l' T ' aa, front porch, hdwd floors, 12X30
Relan on the wraparound MLS 247928 E $129,900.s r in-ground lap pool,
p00orh OF .r,,c in rhoe440ple barn, eatra storage
hackyard. c-r. ".; s-srroom Balifl Iupdafed hame. -i r a ide, and sea t son alod surrondd y l ot. n enirtly looated roar Lake Seminola,
l fr seasonal poned surrounded by i emnwrtlloa tem er" aeSeioe
has nolled ceiings with gas If .4 1 1 fdir: I OppalacheemWildlife Management, approx. 4 miles from I-to exchange, 45 mmin toTallahassee,
fireplace and French doors' ., I. n,. 55 5nin to Panama City, 45 min to Dothan, AL Listed at only $239,900 MLS#n248061
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floor and stairs! The kitchen is large with plenty of counteeop O AND cabinet spaoo e Large. . .pO n-i
entm r islad nd breakfast arma! The master bedroom overlooks back doo k d There is an air .'.. 0 ,Ie oU i1,, ,, ,
coodrioaecanomeroorreroom/ and halbathover theeachedogarn .MLS V48338 M LSl 247494 San130,000. RI :,OA r.....o~,ni,:,ne :I
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LIMITS OF MeAteNNAt Lovely residential tbuildinn for in nice aduli conmnuniiy. Deed resticitionuCn oppy. 1001, irwin w',l''u
Nice 3 Bedroom, 1.5 nute PRICE REDUCED. MLS 247136 $ 520,000. Ul I8A f.,
bick home lo3ared as a Lot in convenient ocauion ltho is cleared and reedy for building your d6ennI
drack andlostreedtcar horon. Very nice omeenuniry- MIS 247754 5$37.S00. spacious laundry, nicely painted, clean and attractive, with a big deck for
dead end street. 1 car WoodedflouraturkdernDogwr o LodLue isna beuotiflaraemrt build your m entertaining. Lgeyardw/outside bldgsand concrete driveway. Sellerwillallotw
gsra g with beaulitul, alargen 0 MLS 241116 5 7 SO0 "il' i .... b... I, ..I' ,,. I ,, i '.... .l. i j, a Ijl,
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loans! This home will not .-.. p ru. wil yu... -out ano rd
last long so calltus today! Custom hilly hame. . ,' .., J .Lrii '0 1 dOunIlry
+Sold AS-IS. MLSS#248265. ,-,:, ,r, -,, 1,. A', ;'. setting ]PW',LPA llv:J
MALONIE CORNER Letl oi.nt ,tr .r.. ..rhtmt:i ita' ly'l-d1hri:,
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bath home has almost, oor athror2/1,c/3uhlful
1900 sq n under airi L.... n ,o ,, c ,s',6 ..I,: 1,: .L, i .rl
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2Musterbedrooms.ML beautiful azaleas. Home about 5 minutes of Cottonwotod, AL but still in
ryonRd Poom. aSitting Jackson Cty, approx. 20 min to BDthan, AL Priced at$129,000 MLS# 248047
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beautiful backyard with a 24x24 Outbuilding/Shopl The home nee0s some TLC Realtor
bu a a paedwd o&Ikatns:Sold AS-IS. MLS #248168. ., ,t ,: 1,,mI'll 10 1 h,,,,r,,,11r M L ,,
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n ,,,-or 65 Atedru'......,, ,.0,,tOI t.. . .6l,. .otnaIrIiiRtfaoho s&elivestockIn-gaundihigaionsysem26 3 baydeachedlaresteelrbar walkinoi r'
13 boo:de dWo en ..dn h i Fihing n trais. Convenient toePC, FI,0Dthan Oi, MarionnarFla andlt0ominutesItt1-10exchange. Peaceful
.p.. ... ihr, kndrue i~r aedovie! a gi tn atboont refalOfes 29.0 LS272
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...... .. 'I .... 1. I... Su..irr.'.. .IrnCngOUNTRIY ,Beautiful, rolling
PERECCOUTR ..9 /40 acres jeSt
HOMEON2ACRESI Z duianeod iiolo minutes out eof
batS HBome with MIS 247314 $239,900.F Mariane! Originally
2 bath home with 11.-'
over 1800 sq ftl .i .o'o, .; purchased to become a
Relax on the Large -l, ,-
Front porch with i ....... " subdivision named HiddenVillage Estates, This is secluded and
a priwfv u,'g :'I ,' n',l L.; gorgeous'. City water has been extended down Bumpnose Road
Large hr-- II,, 'c'', to the easement and is available to the property, These 40 acres
!Huge pantryl Newer i ., ..1,. ', ,, Ir laEr-1 lu "'rI 'ar Inirri T131. 1 .9 ')48'75
central a/c &k heating unite Some'wIndows have been replaced 1 ,, ,-, ., -,,,, -. '
with double pane wlndowal SOLD AS IS. MILS #247550 '1 ,i
centra a/ &. befig.u...S.... d.w how ,anrelacd ''"'" ",",,*1
LDCAIEDON2a4ACRiS MLS248193 S1781500
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IN GREENWOOD ON FORT 1 1.p,, ,,,I .l,, ........
ROAD. Large 4 Bedroom 3. ,,IN. i,, , ..
Bath Brick home and a 3 '".' .1 cl '',
car garage. Over 2900 sq,1. ,I. ,J. v, y l, 1.). j ', k l, rh ,:r,-
iftwith'alargelvlngroom," -"' ... ........ t,,,,, ....1. rrrh ... rr, , ,lo
ullrildli liChen cabinets- i., , I,, ,
Itn.r.lh.i Hardwood
floorslhrs out living aes and bedrooms. Sunken Living room has a Boetiful wood ML5 248434 589 900
burning Brick Fireplace. 10x12 Brick Storago Building. SOLD A818. Attctive 3Bedreroom/2Balhlfi Shadowed by Great Oaks this
Home in nice, quiet eelfng. This homne southern home has many nice
0ArSFORaSALE, II: 'i 1 ok, o s buili in 2006 and offers custom features. 38-/1.5BA, formal
iiih' H ii ii Slceorbmneitrh, l olid counter lops, ninoeoot LR, formal DR, beautiful step-
I ~ceilings, gruffboth$'1, N. comr hinters
I1i',Z D Ur.dI.o r down great room w/built-in
'' I end aotic storage, Eosymo~nlennce will, M
I .15 iq 90 motol roof o idrning. Coll and bookcases, breakfast room, bonus roam, hardwood floors throughout under carpet
9makeyourappointmenot adoyl and 2 fireplaces! Home neesa some updating but has great potential. Property
displays many old-style Sootliern Oak trees that are beautiful. Includes 3 parcels
MLS 248451 *r $145;000. totalingaboutlt acreIio'town. All thisforonly$95,000 MLS#H248024


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