Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 11, 2011
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Vol. 88 No. 241

Altha man claims $1 million

From staff reports
An Altha man is almost a millionaire today,
thanks to the Florida lottery.
James Earl Hunt, 62, and his wife Betty, of Al-
tha, claimed his winnings this week at lottery
headquarters in Tallahassee.
He played the Florida Millionaires Club
scratch-off game to win.
Hunt chose the one-time, lump-sum pay-
ment option for his winnings, in the amount
of $700,000. He purchased his winning ticket at
Southern Express, located at 25653 N. Main St.
in Altha.
The $20 game launched on Jan. 11, and in-
cludes more than $151 million in total prizes.
Currently, there is one top prize of $3 million
and two prizes of $1 million remaining.
The Florida Lottery offers more than 40
scratch-off games at any given time through in-

stantticketvendingmachines or on-counterdis-,
plays at more than 13,000 retailers statewide.
Scratch-offs make up approximately 56 per-
cent of ticket sales and generate more than $420
million for.the Educational Enhancement Trust
Fund in fiscal year 2010-11.
Florida voters, by a two-to-one margin, ap-
proved a constitutional amendment in 1986
authorizing the state to operate a lottery for the
purpose of generating significant additional
moneys for education. To date, the Florida Lot-
tery has funded Bright Futures scholarships for
more than 500,000 Florida students to attend
Floridians purchase billions of dollars in Lot-
tery products per year, resulting in contribu-
tions of more than $23 billion to the Educational
Enhancement Trust Fund since 1988.
For more information regarding the Florida
Lottery, visit






SuBMitnEi DPrHi

James Earl
Hunt and his
wife Betty, of
Altha, pose
for a photo
after claiming
his $1
million prize
at Florida
in Tallahassee.


S ds on the Providence Baptist Church float throw candy to the crowd as they ride in the
Grand Ridge Christmas Parade Friday afternoon. See more photos from the parade on.
S age 11A.




Local man freed after
waiting 2 years for trial
From staff reports
The state of Florida has dropped the sexu-
al abuse charges that kept a local man in the
county jail for more than two years awaiting
Robert Dominello was freed after the state
elected not to prosecute the case, citing po-
tendal credibility problems with Dominel-
lo's accuser.
In announcing the state's decision, Assis-
tant State Prosecutor Shad Redmon wrote
that the girl had accused several other
people and the family dog of abusing her,
with all the alleged instances deemed un-
founded. The accuser "is not very oriented
to place and time," he added.
Redmon also pointed out the difference
of medical opinion as to whether the girl
showed physical signs of injury. While one
doctor with the local Sexual Abuse Response
Team had indicated the presence of injury,
two other doctors doing follow-up said the
girl's body was normal and showed no-sign
of injury.
:Redmon also pointed out the. one
doctor who indicated injury in this case had
been contradicted by the opinions of two
pther physicians in a difference sex abuse
See DROPPED. Page 11A

First esbyLeriann Church

planning alive nativity

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The First Presbyterian Church in NMari-
anna is planning a live nativity scene us-
ing volunteers from both the congregation
and community, wooden sheep and live
"We want to reach out to the communi-
ty," said Carol Homoney, one of the event's
There will be a Mary, a Joseph, wise men,
shepherds' and angels. Volunteers are still
needed for the roles of shepherd and wise
men. Homoney said women could take on'
either role. A Joseph is also needed for one
of the nights. All volunteers must be in the
eighth grade or older. Costumes will be pro-
vided to the volunteers.
- Church pastor Dr. Huw Christopher said

there would be music and a reading of the
Christmas story as well. He wants this to
become an annual event. i
"1 hope that in the midst of all the public-
ity for Santa Claus and all of the' secular em-
phasis of Christmas that.they will come away
hearing the message of Chrisrmas and the
birth of Jesus and how His coming will clear
the dark away in this world," Dr. Christopher
The nativity will be set up on Madison
Street, across from the Farmers Market from
5:30-7:30 p.m. on Dec. 16 and 17. Visitors can
drive by or walk up to the scene. Coffee, hot
chocolate and cookies will be served.
"I would like people to pause and to visit
with the members of our congregation," Dr.
Christopher said.
i Anyone interested in volunteering can call
Carol Homoney at 526-2041.

The Toys for Tots box in the Floridan office was overflowing Friday as Cole.and Emma
Reagan added armloads of treasure to the mix. The youngsters, children of Sarah
and Kit Reagan, caught a ride with Grandpa Royce Reagan to deliver the toys early
that afternoon.





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Circulation Manager Dena Oberski


Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX:(850) 482-4478
Email: editorial@lclloridan corn
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
S Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL32446
Office Hours:
W eeldayi. 8 a.m. to 5 p m

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

SHome delivery $11.23 per month: $32.83
for three months; $62.05 for six months;
and $123.45'for one year. Allprices include
applicable state and local taxes.Mail
Subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail
subscriptions are: $46.12 forthree months;
$92.24 for six months; and, $184.47 for one
The advertiser agrees that the publisher
shall not be liable for damages arising
out of errors and advertisements beyond
- the amount paid for the space actually
occupied by that portion or the advertise-
S^ ments in which the error occurred, whether
such error is due to the negligence of the .
publisher s employees or otherwise, and
there shall be not liability lor norn.-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond the
amount paid for such adveiserierint., This
h newsIaper will not knowingly accept or
publish illegal material of any kind.Advertis-
ing which expresses preference based on
legally protected personal characteristics is
not acceptable.

The Jackson County Floridan will publish
news of'general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
S events via email, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
. Fees may apply for wedding, ertgagement,
anniversary and birth announcements.
Forms are available at the Floridan'dffices.
Photographs must be of good quality and
suitable for print: The Floridan reserves the,
right to edit all submissions.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy
is to correct mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call 526-3614
Monday-Friday. '

Conununity ,Calendi

Bennett Christmas Dinner Descendants and
family of Polly Moor eyham Bennett and Luther
Bennett will gather at 10:30 a.m. in the Dellwood
Community Center. Lunch is at noon: bring covered
dishes, drinks (paper goods furnished). Call 593-
6549. ,
s Bingo Fundraiser 2-5 p.m. at AMVETS Post ,'
231, north of Fountain (east side of U.S. 231. just
south of CR 167). Proceeds benefit the Post building
fund. -
)) Veterans of all American wars will be remem-
bered at a 4 p.m. ceremony at St. Luke's Episcopal
Church, 4362 Lafayette St., Marianna. After the'
service, fresh wreaths will be placed on headstones
of veterans in the churchyard. Call209-4066 or
email ,
D Eighth annualChristmas Light Show Dec.
91I and Dec. 16-18, 6-8 p.m. nightlyat Three Rivers'
State Park on River Road north of Sneads. The ,
drive through is free to the public, dpi'iations of
cash or canned goods for the needy accepted: Park
personnel will be in the Seminole Pavilion (follow
the lights) serving hot cocoa and cookies.
) Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion,
6:30 p,m., 4349 W. Lafayette St;, Marianna (in -
o. ne-story building behind 4351 W. Lafayette St.).
Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking. .- . .

n Orientation 10-30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the .
Goodwill Career Training Center. 4742 Highway 90
in Marianna. Register for free training classes: learn
about services offered to people with disadvan-
tages.'disabilities. Call 526-0139.
) Lions Club of Marianna meeting, Jim's Buffet &
Grill, at noon on second and fourth Mondays. Call
4822005. -
: Free job skills workshop "Resume Workshop:'
3-4 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop Career'Center
on U.S. 90. Call 718-0456.
n Sneads High School Band Christmas Concert
5:30 p.m. in the SHS Auditorium. Admission is
) Riverside Elementary School Christmas
Program 6 p.m.)in the Marianna High School
SAuditorium. Call 482-9611.
) Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, 8-9 p.m.
in the AA room of First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St.,-Marianna.

w Heaven's;Garden Food Pantry distributes

food on.the second Tuesday of the month, 9 a.m.
to noon at 3115 Main St. in Cottondale. Jackson
County residents only Call 579-9963 or visit www.
) St. Anne Thrift Store Pre-Christmas Sale -
Dec. 6-15 at 4284 Second Ave.. Marianna. Buy one
item of clothing; get a second item'(equal or lesser
value) for half price. All shoes are half price. Store .
hours: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday and Thursdays.
)) Republican Club of Northwest Florida meet- -
ing. noon. Jim's Buffet and Grill. Marianna. Guest
speaker- U.S. Senate candidate Deon Long. Call
) Optimist Club of Jackson County board meet-
ing. noon. First Capital Bank, Marianna..
Jackson County Legislative Delegation Meet-
ing 6-7:30 p.m. in the Jackson County Com.
mission Chamber, 2864 Madison St. in Marianna.
Members of Jaclson County's state legislative
delegation, which consists of Representatives Marti
Coley and Brad Drake. and Senator Bill Montfortp.
will receive public comments and hear local bills for
the upcoming 2012 regular session of the Florida
t'egislature. To request a spot on the agenda, call
850-488-2873 before 5 p.m.-Monday, Dec. 12.
))Autism Support Group meeting, for parents -
or caregivers of children on the autism spectrum.
'second Tuesdays, 6-7.30 p.m. in the First Presby- ,
terian Church Fellowship Hall. Marianna (Clinton
Street entrance, across from Hancock Bank). Call
526-2430. -
SSewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Driv in Marianna. Call
Heartworks Congestive Heart Failure Support
Group meets at 3 p.m. in the Hudnall Building Com-
munity Room of Jackson Hospital, 4230 Hospital
Drive in Marianna. No cost. All cardiac patients
* and their caregivers/support persons invited.
Refreshments served; B-I-N-G-0 will be offered.
Call 718-2519.
"Taste of the Seasons"- 5-7 p.m. in the .
Hudnall Medical Building of Jackson Hospital, 4230
Hospital Drive in Marianna. Free event promoting
diabetes education. Keynote speakers, a nourish-,
ing holiday dinner that fits a-diabetic diet and door
prize giveaways. Dress is casual/work attire. No
cost to attend. Seating-is limited; RSVP to 718-,
The Malone High School Eighth-Grade Class
presents "Tiger Tales at Christmas," 6 p.m. in the
Malone School Auditorium. Admission: $1 for chil-
dren, $2 for adults. Call 482-9930, ext. 249. ,
))American Legion Christmas Celebration and
Smoked Steak Dinner 6 p.m. at the American

Legion building, west end of the Jackson County
Agricultural Center parking lot, 3627 Highway 90
West in Marianna, with entertainment by country
musician Roger Whitaker. All veterans and spouses
are invited. Meal cost: $12.50 per person. Members
and guests are asked to bring a dessert. R.S.V.P. to
432-5526 by Dec. 9.
n Alcoholics Anonymous Open meeting. 8-9
p.m.. First United Methodist Church. 2901 Caledo-
nia St., Marianna. in the AA room.
DYard Sale Fundraiser 8 a.m. to.12 p.m. Dec.14
and 15 at Life Management Center. 4403 Jackson
St. in Mariahna. Proceeds will be used for Christmas
gifts for disabled adults. Call 482-7441.
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity Ware- .
house hours: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
n Job Club 10:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m. at the
Goodwill Career Training Center. 4742 Highway 90 :
in Marianna. Call 526-0139. : .
)i Blood Drive The Southeastern Community.
Blood Center mobile unit will be at the Jackson *
County Courthouse, 11:30 a.m. to5:30:p';m.; or give
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the SCBC office, 2503 Commer-
cial Park Drive in Marianna. Call 526-4403. -
Chipola Retirees Meeting 11:30 a.m. at -
the Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli in downtown T,,
I Mananna. All retirees, spouses and friends are '
invited. .
n Alcoholics Anonymous Open meeting. 12-1
p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledo-
nia St.;Marianna, in the AA room. '
a Free job skills workshops "Building on
Basics" (1-3 p.m.) and "Budgeting Workshop" (3-4.
p.m.) at the Marianna One Stop Career Center on
U.S. 90. Call 718-0456. ,
Yard Sale Fundraiser -8 a.m. to noon Dec. 14
and 15 at Life Management Center, 4403 Jackson ,
St. in Marianna. Proceeds will be used for Christmas
gifts for disabled adults. Call 482-7441.
St. Anne Thrift Store Pre-Christmas Sale -
Dec. 6-15 at 4284 Second Ave., Marianna. Buy one
item of clothing; get a second item (equal or lesser
value) for half price.;All shoes are half price. Store
hours: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday and Thursdays.
) Caregiver Support Group meeting -11 a.m.
to noon in the social hall of First Presbyterian
Church, 4437 Clihton St. in Marianna. Open to all
family caregivers providing care to loved ones or
friends. Confidential group isfacilitated by a profes-
sional group counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks'

- The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520,Marianna, FL 32447,
email,fax (850) 482-4478 or ring items to 4.440 ConstiLuiorn Lane in Marianria.

Police Roundup

The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for Dec. 8, the latest
available report: One suspicious
vehicle, one suspicious incil
,dent, one suspicious person,
one burglary of a structure, one
burglary of a vehicle, 11 traffic
stops, one larceny complaint,
one assist of another agency
and one public service call.

The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office and county Fire/Rescue
reported the following incidents
for Dec. 8, the latest available

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report, (Some'
of these calls
may be related
to after-hours
calls taken
on behalf of

and Cottondale Police Depart-
ments): One hospice death,,
one abandoned vehicle, five
suspicious vehicles, onesuspi-
cious incident, two suspicious
persons, one escort, two high-
way obstructions, one report of
mental illness, three burglaries,
one physical disturbance, two
verbal disturbances, two pedes-
trian complaints, one prowler,
one fire call, eight medical calls,
two traffic crashes, seven traffic
stops, two larceny complaints,

two civil disputes, one garbage
complaint, one juvenile com-
plaint, two animal complaints,
one assist of a motorist or pe-
destrian, one assist of another
agency, one public service call,
one criminal registration,.four
transports, one patrol request
and one threat/harassment

The following persons were
booked into the county jail dur-
ing the latest reporting periods:
)) Albert Jones,'38, 1099
Highway 73, Marianna, driving
under the influence.

a Debra Thointon, 33, 476
Faulkner Road, Headland,
Ala., three counts of worthless
) Ralph Cain, 46,2143 Quail
Ridge, Tallahassee, violation of
state probation.
)) Terez Wallace, 20, 800 West
3rd St., Palm Beach, violation of
state probation.
S Jason Kilpatrick, 32, 2082
Morgan Loop, Sneads, battery
(domestic), resisting officer
without violence, possession of'
marijuana-less than 20 grams.

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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Sch re e r,Harrington
MRilky ,,a Ksti Brogdon of Levi is the. grandson of
Marianna, and Raymond Lillia Durand of Marianna,
Harrington of Altha, are and the late Sally & Forest
pleased to announce the Schreffler of Rio, Florida. He
engagement and approaching obtained an Associate of Ans
marriage 'of their daughter, Degree from Chipola
Amber Nicole Harrington, to Community College in 2010
Levi Richard Schreffler, son and he completed Chipola
of Richard and Noella College Fire Academy.
Schreffler of Marianna. The couple met while
Amber is the granddaughter attending Rivertown
of Oscar & Jean Brown, of Community Church.
Sneads, Frank & 'Marie Tlie wedding will take place,
Harrington of Altha, & Linda on December 17, 2011, at the
Olivia of Cypress. She is a' Russ House in Marianna at 3
2010 graduate of Marianna 'p.m, A reception will follow
/ High School. She is currently the ceremony at the same
enrolled at .. Chipola location.,
Community College majoring The 'couple will. reside
in Elementary Education. Maiianna


Tristian Gabriel
SNicoleVaughan and
Danny Davis Jr. of
Graceville announce
Sthe birth ofa son,-Tris-
Stian Gabriel Davis, born
Nov. 7, 2011 at 6:45 p.m.
in Jackson Hospital in

At birth, he weighed 8
pounds, 3 ounces and
J. 1 was 20 inches, in length.
h: -Maternal grand-
parents are Dordthea
Crickon and Donald
Vaughan of Altha.
Paternal grandparents
are Pamela Davis of
'.'.Cottondale and Danny
SDavis of Bascom.

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Partners for Pets
on Parade

Scooby is a two-year-old male Comet is a two-year-old male
lab mix who was found on Jack Russell/rat terrier mix.
Butler Road near Sneads.
Those interested in adopting any of these animals
from Partners for Pets are invited to visit 4011 Mainte-
nance Drive in Marianna. The shelter's hours are Mon-
days through Fridays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Saturdays,
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The shelter can be reached by calling
482-4570, or by mail at 4415C Constitution Lane, No.
184, Marianna, FL 32448. Or, visit the shelter's website at

Dear Dewey

Have a question for the JC

Public Library? Just ask. Dewey

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to help inform
to and from th
County Public Librari
Marianna and Gracev
have.ever wanted to a
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books you want, whai
plans might be on the
anything else, this is
ask and discover! '
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If you have library or i
access questions, all y
do is ask. Send your q
Dewey will respond.

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Dear Dewey, .
Last year, my kids and Imade
holiday ornaments in the Library.
Will you have "Ornament Days",
this year?
Ms. L.,
Yes! Our free annual "Orna-
ment Days" will be held from 10
a.m. until 5 p.m., Tuesday, Dec.
20 in Graceville and from 10a.m.
until 5 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 22 in
Marianna. Please note our "Orna-
-ment Days" will take place'instead
of Story Time during that week of
Dec. 19. Our Children's Manager
will have all the supplies and direc-
tions. All you have to do is come,
create, and enjoy! '

,Dear Dewey,
When I tried to log into the
'Online Catalog from the Library
website (http: / / to
renew the items I checked out, I
couldn't because I did not have my
PIN. What is a PIN and how do I
get it?
S : Ms. S
Your PIN is normally a four-digit
or -digit/letter combination that
you either get or create when you
get your Jackson County-Library
Card. The same PIN is.used to log
*into the computers in the Library
and to log into your Library&Ac-,
count from home. We can give
you your PIN the next time'you

are in one of the Libraries. Just
stop at the Service Desk with your
Driver's License and one of the
helpful Library staff members will
look up your PIN for you. After:
that, you can log into your Library
Account from home to renew
'yor items. Just remember a few
things: 1) items must be i-enewed
before their due date, 2) you can
onlyrefiew online two times, 3) if
someone else needs the item you
have, you will not be able to renew
it and 4) we are always available to
help; just give us a call at 850-482-
9631 in Marianna or 850-263-3659
in Graceville.

Dear Dewey,
I tried to use the Florida'Elec-
tronic Library from home to access
electronic magazine articles and I
had to login using my Library Card
number. Was I doing it right?

Mr.H.,r. H.
Yes,'youwere doing everything-
correctly and this is another reason
why your Library Card is one ofthe
most important cards in your wal-
let! When you want to access FREE,
electronic magazine articles, jour,
nal articles, and online reference
resources via the Florida Electronic
Library, you will be prompted to
enter your Library Card number lo-,
cated on the back of your Card. (No
PIN is necessary for this resource.)
When prompted, enter the number
without any spaces and you should
be able to get right in. If you have
any problems, call one of the
Libraries or email library@jackson and the Library staff
will be happy to help you.

Dear Dewey,
I have tried to call the Marianna

Enjoy this holiday season


The'Christmas ho:
season is a great tim
the year for\manypi
This is the time of ye
the st

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URPHY phasis on buying things
so heavily promoted by
liday, the wealthy corporations
e of in this world, taking us
people. away from the real mean-
ear ing of Christmas?'
S ,' I realize that everyone
tore doesn't celebrate Christ-
ays, ma but for those of us
ecora- who do, shouldn't this be
that 'a happy time of the year
up the for most of us? I didn't
, and. realize it as a child, but
overall 'when I got older, I real-
-,. ized my parents didn't
re,. : allow the receiving of toys

has a lot to override the meaning
to do with the feelings of the birth of Christ.'
and attitudes of millions Don't get me wrong, as
of people. Much, of how a child I anticipated, or
people feel during this looked forward to what-
time of year depends on ever gifts I received, even
how they feel deep down if I had to share them
inside about the overall 'with one of my eight -
status of their lives. siblings.
If you are doing well in If you have been
life, this time of year can blessed to be in the
be fun and full of excite- position to buy gifts for
ment. On the other hand, others, and you enjoy do-
if you are struggling in life ing so, that's a good thing;
and trying to make ends I'm sure your family and
meet from day to day, friends will appreciate it.
this time of year can be a But.if you are an indi-
tough time to deal with. vidual that doesn't have
It's better to be realistic much to give, don't let
in life, because if you are this time of year lead you
a pretender, who acts into stressful situations
as though you have big or depression. If you be-
money and are living very lieve in God, you should
well, during this time of know that He wants us to
yearpeople will look to be happy, no matter what
receive money or gifts our situation, during the
you honestly can't afford celebration of the birth of
to give. His Son.
So much emphasis is Whatever you do, don't
put on buying things for put yourself in a financial
the children, and making bind that will have yoti
purchases for the adults making payments all the
in your life, that an indi- way up to next Christ-
vidual who can't afford mas. When you have
to do so can easily see an family and close friends
exciting time for others who really care for you,
turn into a depressing they don't* want to see
situation for them. you struggling or un-
It really shouldn't be happy. There is still time
that way during the time before Christmas arrives,
of year we are suppose to to make plans that can
be celebrating the birth of ; allow you to have a pleas-
Christ. Is the strong em- ant, enjoyable, blessed

If you don't have much
'money, why not get in
touch with other fam-
ilymembers or close
friends and put together
a scrumptious.meal with .
everyone pitching in?
Food baked with love can
make just about anyone
feel good. If you concen-
trate oh the"meaning of
Christmas, maybe you
won't get caught ip in
the commercialized,
merchandizing hype that
comes this time of the
year; and seems to be get-,
ting stronger each year.
Let's make this Christ-
mas one with emphasis
on joy, peace and love;
not sadness, pressure,
disappointment and
depression. Gifts are .
great to give or receive;
but one of the best things'
about this time of the
year is the opportunity to
spend quality, time with
your family and closest

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religious liberty

By The Tampa Tribune
Bishop Robert Lynch had a point to make'
last week about religious liberty and gov-
ernment's intrusion into matters of faith,
and he chose a special venue his homily before
judges and lawyers during the Red Mass at Sacred
Heart Church in downtown Tampa.
Employees of the Diocese of St. Petersburg,
which includes five West-Central Florida coun-
ties, could lose their health care coverage if the
president's health care reforms are fully imple-
mented, he said, because th6diocese he leads will
Snot adhere to federal mandates that conflict with
strongly held Catholic beliefs.
Specifically, Lynch addressed new rules formu-
lated by the Department of Health and Human ..
Services as part of the health care plan that would
require the diocese's self-insured health plan to
cover contraceptives, the morning-after pill and'
medicines such as Viagra. Currently, the insur-
ance plan is exempt from offering these medica-
tions, but the interim rules announced in August
would force the diocese to make these medicines
available to covered employees.
Lynch won't have any part of it. Instead, the dio-,
cese would offer its employees a sum of money
to use to buy health care coverage, he said. The
unfortunate part for the employees is that the
coverage may cost far more than they pay now.
Lynch is right to protest. There is no reason the
rules couldn't be modified to exempt church-af-
filiated hospitals, universities and health care
plans from having to provide medications they
consider wrong or immoral. It doesn't matter that
many Catholics use birth control or that many
. Catholic hospitals provide contraceptives as part
of an overall health benefits package. The church,
not the government, should be the arbiter of
conscience in these matters..
Lynch is not alone in his thoughts. "If we com-
ply, as the law requires," wrote Catholic University
President John Garvey in The Washington Post,
"we will be helping our students do things that we
teach them, in our classes and in our sacraments,
are sinful sometimes gravely so. It seems to us
that a proper respect for religious liberty would
warrant an exemption for our university and
other institutions like it."
And from Archbishop Thomas Winski of Miami:
The "administration is running roughshod over
conscience-protection provisions long part of the
law of our land that find their justification in the
First Amendment guarantee of freedom of reli- -
gion, a foundational human right. It is one thing
for an administration to support and promote an
S agenda; it is quite another to force those who dis-
agree with it to violate their moral and religious
principles. ,
SAnd so Catholic leaders have asked President
Obama for a broader exemption from the rules.
Making the change would come with some
political risk (reproductive rights organizations
want the rules to stick), but the president also has
friends in the church, and he should not put them
in the position of having to act against their faith.
As Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne
Pointed out, "a broader exemption would be a
modest concession, honoring the rights of reli-
gious institutions that liberals and Obama have
long respected." And Obama could still boast "of
having achieved the largest expansion of contra-
ception coverage in the nation's history."
Of course, all this shows the troublesome conse-
quences that usually occur when federal govern-
ment expands its reach.
We think the health care plan is a disaster, but
even those who support its efforts should see the
administration stumbled here: It should retreat
from its unreasonable demands.

Letters to the Editor

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police. It was passed on to my daughter, Silvestra Tharp,
at the Town Hall, and she brought it to me as soon as
she got off of work. Thank you for your honesty! Every-
thing was still as I left it including the money. May
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O bamai.s no Teddy
: ,.1

Scripps Howard News Service ,

P resident Barack Obama
made himself out to be a lot
like Teddy Rooseveltjn his
'Osawatomie, Kan., speech, and you
wonder if he will soon be charg-
ing up San JuanHill. Probably not.
There is no Spanish American
War now, and Obama should have
noted it's a different world in other
ways. Economic and political reali-,
ties, are in manyways the reverse of
what existed in the Roosevelt era.
When TR growled his Bull Moose
growl about tougherlaws and'
regulations, government inter-
ventionism was a shrinking violet
and industrialism an eruption of
volcanoes. At last count, the U.S.
*Code was 356,000 pages of laws,
. rules and annotations, and if you
think you or any business can turn,
around without bumping into dic-
tates that range from inconvenient
to devastating, you're wTong..
"Every aspect of our lives is sub-
jected to it (this code) from birth
to death," writes Jeffrey Tucker,
formerly a vice president of the
Ludwig Von Mises Institute in
Auburn, Ala., and currdntlyexecu-
tive editor of Laissez Faire Booksin
Little Rock. "Every product we buy,'
every service we use, every decision
we mistake is filtered through this
morass.". .
That's fine with Obama. He gave
us a moment's trickery about doing
away with stupid regulations, but
said in his Kansas speech that you
can't count on free markets. They

don't get the jqb done without .
guidance. In other words, freedom
doesn't work.
Since Obama took office, he
has given us 75 major regulations,
-costing the economy $38 billion,
according to James Gattuso of-the
'Heritage Foundation. Hundreds
more are on the way through ,
.Obama's health care law, EPA
oppression and highly dubious
intrusions in the work of financial
Ask business leaders, as The i
NewYork Times did in a front-
page story, and they'll tell you that'
expanding regulation is a reason
they aren't hiring more. Are they
just greed heads? Obama thinks
so. Ordinary folks got stuck with
mortgages they could not afford
because of grasping mortgage
lenders, he said in the speech. The
chief culprits actually were the
Federal Reserve, aide array of
bureaucrats and quasi-governmen-
Tal Fannie Mae and Freddie. Mac
"'bamboozlers playing footsie with
elected politicians in Congress, the
White House and elsewhere. .
1 Reckless laws and regulatory in-'
tervention abetted Wall Street in its
own recklessness and spurred the:
financial crisis. Obama wants more
of the same, not so much inimita-
tion of Teddy Roosevelt as of Big
Brother in George 'Orwell's "1984."
If we are still far from that totalitar-
ian extreme, every day in everyway
the government is stripping the
individual of initiative and pound-
ingus with messages suggestive of
-the propaganda Orwell depicted.


Obama is not shy on that front.
,He talked about a shrinking middle
class even though economist
Stephen Rose has shown it had
been shrinking because of people
getting richer, not poorer. Obama
talked about income inequality
without noting that the growth in
inequality was not nearly so high in
the George W.Bush administration
as in the Bill Clinton and Barack
Obama administrations. He talked
about the Bush tax cuts killing jobs
when in fact some of those cuts
were a force in creating jobs while'
simultaneously causing the rich to
pay a higher share of the income
'As Glenn Kessler of The Washing-
ton Post has noted, Obama actually
loves the Bush tax cuts. He adores
them. They happily enriched the
middle class, and he wants to
preserve 70 percent of them.
The Kansas speech was a popu-
list. envy-mongering fraud divisive-
ly exacerbating resentment among
different groups of Americans. Its
purpose was to rescue Obama from
electoral peril caused by poli-
cies pretty much the contrary of
crucially required long-term deficit
reductions and genuine tax reform.
If he really wants to imitate Ro'os-
evelt, he should remember how
great a hiker that president-was.
Obama should then tell his poli-
cies to take a hike.
-Jay Ambrose. Iorrrerly Washington director of
editorial policy or Scripps Howard newspapers
and the editor of dailies in El Paso Te.'as. and
Denver. is a columnist liIing in Colorado He can
be reached at Spea'.toJay(al)aol.corrm

W, status hlp presidents
VStattis: p~L~ -lcP e

livelonger than most Americans
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.ike time-lapse photography, ,
the president whether it's
Barack Obama, George W.
Bush or Bill Clinton ages right
before our eyes.
We look at pictures in the news
and see the president grow jowly,
worn and gray or white-haired in
four short years. If we're charitable,
we may feel sorry for someone with
so much on his shoulders and for
the toll we imagine the nation's
,highest office takes on his health
A new study suggests we should
save our sympathy for people who
deserve it.
Some doctors say a president
ages two years for every year in the
White House, but if that were the
case; presidents would die sooner
than other Americans. And they
Presidents actually live longer
than most people, says S. Jay Ol-
shansky, an epidemiologist at the
University of Illinois at Chicago,
whose report on the aging of presi-
dents appeared this week in The
Journal of theAmerican Medical
The haves people who are
wealthy, have better educations
and better healthcare tend to
live longer than the have-nots.
Presidents clearly benefit from
their wealth and status, says 01-
shansky, who has studied how edu-
cation affects longevity. He found
that men with 16 or more years of
education have a life expectancy
seven to nine years longer than

those with less education.
He became curious about
presidential aging last summer
when Obama celebrated his 50th
birthday in Chicago. News reports
gleefully noted how muchzgrayer
Obama's hair and deeper his facial
lines had become and quoted phy-
sicians who cited the two-years-
for-one statistic.
There's no blood test to measure
how fast someone is aging, Ol-
shansky explained in a university
podcast, so he compared how long
presidents would be expected to
live after their age at inauguration
with other people's life, spans. He
subtracted eight or 16 years from
expected life spans, depending on
whether the president served one
or two terms.
He excluded the four assassinated
presidents and studied the longev-
ity of the 34 presidents who died
of natural causes as well as the life
expectancy of the former presi-
dents and Obama. He found 23 of
the 34 lived longer and, in many
cases, much longer, than would be
normally expected.
The first eight presidents lived
to be an average of nearly 80 years
old at a time when a man's life
expectancy was well under 40. John
Adams was nearly 91 when he died.
Herbert Hoover was 90, and
Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford
both died at 93. Olshansky also
looked at current former presidents
and found they too are outliving
their expectancy. Jimmy Carter and
George H.W. Bush are both 87. *

Obama's life expectancyis 79
years, Olshansky'says, but Obama's
wealth, education and access to, !
quality healthcare likely will extend
his life.
Lyndon Johnson was an excep-
tion to the trend to presidential
longevity. He was 64 when he died
of an apparent heart attack, about
19 years earlier than his projected
life expectancy.
Dr. Michael Roizen, author of the
NewYork Times bestseller "Real-
Age: Are You As Young As You Can
Be?" promotes the idea that the
president.ages two years for every
year in office. Roizen, chief of the
Wellness Institute at Cleveland
Clinic, contends that people have
a calendar age and a "real age" that
reflects diet, exercise,.stress man-
agemrnent and other lifestyle habits.
Olshansky's study doesn't dis-
prove the "real age" idea, Roizen
says. It proves only that "to run for
president you tend to be incredibly
healthy," he told the Associated
So does the presidency acceler-
ate skin aging and hair graying?
Olshansky says he doesn't know.
"I do know that if you take any
50- or 40-year-old man and follow
him for four or eight years, chances
are they'll lose their hair and what's
left will turn gray."
But, of course, Olshansky says,
nobody dies of wrinkles or gray

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Panhandle Youth Expo holds awards banquet

Special to the Floridan
Participants from the
2011 Panhandle Youth
Expo were recognized for
their various achievements
at an awards banquet on
Monday, Dec. 5, at the
Jackson County Agricul-
ture Conference Center, in
This special event was
hosted by the Expo Board
of Directors and the Jack-
son County Extension
Service, and was open to
all youth who exhibited
beef, swine, poultry and
non-livestock related en-
tries, such as photos, post-
ers, art, crafts, sewing and.
baked goods.
The highlight of the eve-,
ning was the announce-
ment of the winners of the
Champion Swine Exhibi-
tor Contest. Contestants
accumulated points based
upon their results in the

Swine Show, Swine Ex-
hibitor Quiz, Record Book
Contest and Showmanship
Contest. Top honors went
to 8-year-old 4-H member
Hunter Tyus, who earned
the title of Champion Ex-
hibitor, with a total of 328
points. Eleven-year-old
Tyler Lawrence, also a 4-H
member, garnered the Re-
serve Champion Exhibitor,
with 306 points.
Swine exhibitors also
learned the results of the
Record Book Contest,
and received their payout
checks from the Swine
Sale, project sponsors and
premiums,. All other Expo
contestants also received
their premiums. Exhibi-
tors, their families, Expo
Board members, and vol-
unteers enjoyed a catered
meal and slideshow high-
lighting the youth and
their exhibits throughout
the 3-day Expo.

Champion Swine Exhibitors (from left) are Champion Swine
Exhibitor Hunter Tyus, Jackson 4-H, and Reserve Champion
Swine Exhibitor Tyler Lawrence, Jackson 4-H.

Senior Record Book Winners (from left) are Sheridan Dryden,
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Running a bank is

harder than it looks
BY BRUCE WILLIAMS ago and from today, that more privacy, as you do i

would certainly make this

DEAR BRUCE: It worked observation irrefutable.
well for a long time: the You say the banks are
3-6-3 formula. Banks paid paying just about noth-
3 percent interest to their ing for their money, and
savers, banks charged 6 this is not necessarily
percent true, either. It is true that
interest CDs are paying very low
from their interest, but on the other
borrowers, hand, many investors are
and banks avoiding CDs and thus not
closed lending banks money. The
the doors Federal Reservehas guar-
Bruce at 3 p.m. anteed low interest rates,
Williams OK, with and in this day and age,
technology the number ofl1a s.that
banks are are in defaift'Oi uncollect-
basically open 24/7, but able is muc 'higher than it
this is due to the fact that was 25 years-ago.
computers do the work A very shot time ago,
and banks don't need to people were complaining
pay staff. That 3 percent about a service charge
differential was called on their debit cards. They
"the spread," and it was didn't want to pay to get
expected that banks could at their own money. The
pay their bills and provide unfortunate thing is that
for possible loan loss with unlike some years ago,
the spread. the floats on checking,
Today, with savers get- .etc., are simply not pull-
ting nearly nothing in in- ing their weight. While
terest, even on a five-year some banks backed off
CD, the spread is larger their $5 fees, you can be
than ever. A home loan certain that due to the
or business loan gathers Dodd-Frank bill, which
over 4.5 percent interest has penalized the lenders
for the banks, and they and reduced many of their
pay next to nothing. Big fees, these fees will be
spread. Today they should offset somewhere else to
not have to charge a fee recoup that lost income.
for reasonable debit card Some of the big banks
usage. I would say, charge are now showing very sub-
a fee for excessive usage or stantial profits, and some
usage outside the confines are not. It's not an easy
of the banks' ATM system. business, and I don't think
J.W., via email you're going to find too
DEAR J.W.: I understand many investment advisers
* your logic, but I think that suggesting you leap in and
if you take a close look at buy bank stocks. Doesn't
it, you might find some that say what's going on?
weaknesses: For example,
expenses do not always DEAR BRUCE: My wife
stay the same. Take one and I have retired and
very obvious area the are thinking of buying a .
cost of energy. For a great second home in Florida,.
mainy yars,ol cost l-,to ',9yohg.e agyf .4pp.,
$25 a barrel. To produce on a house as opposed
the same amount of heat, to a condo? Now that the
.mijes, etc., we are now prices are down, we think
looking at oil at four times it is the time to buy. Our
that cost. retirement is secure, and
S There are so many costs we don't owe anything. We
whtere the ratios are no- would have to get a small
where near the same. Look mortgage on our pres-
at What a family would ent home to purchase a
have paid for a college property there and would
student's education and have no problem paying
then apply that ratio to the it off as our income now is
family's relative incomes, $1,500 a month more than
mortgages, etc. Take a look we spend. Reader, via
at that same college and email
its tuition today, relative DEAR READER: Whether
to income and mort- you buy a house or a
gages, etc. It is way out of condo is purely a matter
proportion, of personal choice. With
If you take a look at what a house you have the
the banks particularly responsibility of the lawn
community banks are .and exterior maintenance,
earning, you're going to although mercifully if
find that they are not the you're in Florida, there will
fountains of profit that be no snow to shovel. In a
some in the Occupy Wall condo, all of these things
Street crowd might sug- are done for you.
gest. As a matter of fact, Most condos are analo-
many are losing money. If gous to apartment living,
you compare many of the which may be perfectly
community banks' stock agreeable to you. If you're
values from a few years accustomed to having


a house, you might wish to
continue that.
If you're purchasing
a condo, be absolutely
certain about the sound-
ness of the condo associa-
tion. You want to know the
relation of owner/tenants
versus rental properties.
The more rental proper-
ties, the less desirable.
Your observation that
the market is down is
correct. Whether it's at the
bottom is another matter.
If you are persuaded that
now is the time to get into
the swim, we certainly
welcome you to our part
of the world.
Send your questions to Smart
Money. PO Bov 2095. Elters. FL
34680 Send e-mail to bruce@' Questions of
general interest will be answered
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cannot be provided

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Florida economists won't

predict casino impact

The Associated Press

Without question, ffyou invest a
TALLAHASSEE- Saying that the $6 bili, it goingtoproducejob
numbers are "pretty squishy," a ue
group of Florida- state economists .
on Friday said they can't figure out
how much money three new casi-
nos could mean for Sunshine State.
Two lawmakers have ,filed bills casino licenses. She said any "hic-
seeking the Florida's Legislature's- cups" in construction, or permit-
approval for massive casinos, most ting could render the estimates
likely in Broward and Miami-Dade wrong.
counties. The initial measure would I Doqn Langston, staff director for
require each casino 'developer to the Florida House Finance and Tax
.spend at least $2 billion. Committee, went further and said
State economists' chargedwith the numbers were "pretty squishy",
trying to figure 6r t -the financial because they rely on so many
impact :have spent. hou6r 'going assumptions.
over everything, from how, much The inability of economists to
visitors might spend to whether the agreeT-on the financial impact could
casinos would actually attract large bolster claims by opponents who
numbers of new tourists to Florida. contend the addition of mega-ca-
State economists also tried to factor sinos will not be the bigboost pre-I
how much:money would.just shift, dicted by supporters.
from existing horse and dog tracks' ColinAu; the president of Genting
over to the new casinos. Americas; whose company has al-
Amy Baker, one of the main econ- ready acquired land for a casino re-
omists crunching ,the: numbers, sort along Biscayne Bay, told a state
said it is "reasonable" to, suggest Senate panel last month that casi-
the mega-casinos could yield as nos could bring the state anywhere,
much as $456 million in state and from $250 million to $450 million a
local tax dollars over the next five year.
years.. Economists ,were 'charged at Sen. Ellyn Bogdanoff, R-Fort Lau-
lookiogatjiUsthowmuchintaxdol- derdale,, said on Friday that she is
lars the casinos could yield, not the not sponsoring the bill in order to
overall economic impact. : produce a certain amountofmon-
But that depends on what Baker- ey~for the state. Instead she said the'
called a "very ambitious" sched- point behind the bill is to let state
ule outlined 1in : the : proposed lawmakers take firmcoritrol over.
legislation. what-type of gambling should' be
The bill calls for the creation of allowed.
a new statewide gaming commis- But Bogdanoff is confident that,
sion that would evaluate and award the,-new casinos would have a

anywhere between $2 billion and
s. We know for fact that it will

Elly" Bogdanoff,

positive impact.
"Without question if you invest
anywhere between $2 billion and
$6 billion, it's going to produce
jobs. We khow for a fact that it
will produce revenue," Bogdanoff
The debate over casinos will likely
dominate the session that starts in
January. The legislation is splitting
the business community and it is
drawing fire from dog and' horse
'track owners ,and the Seminole
Tribe of Florida. The Seminoles
currently pay the state for the right'
to exclusively operate card games
such as blackjack at their Hard Rock
'Bogdanoff has already said she
is willing to increase the casino li-
cense fee from $50 million to $125.
million in order to help offset the
potential loss of money from the
Seminole Tribe. But she is also open
to other possible changes, including
giving existing dog and'horse tracks
the right to offer some of the games
the new casinos will be allowed to
run as long the tracks agree to pour.
more money inio their existing
.facilities. '
.Those types of changes would re-.
quire state economists to reevalu-
ate the financial impact of Bogda-
rioff's bill. .


Fla. woman

wants statements

out of NY trial


The Associated Press
Florida, woman accused
of arranging the killings of
her millionaire hotel heir
husband and her mother-
in-law is trying to prevent
the prosecution from us-,
ing her statements to
In a motion filed in fed-
eral court in White Plains,
Narcy Novack claims the
statements were made in-
voluntarily during mara-
thon interogations after
her husband's killing in
The motion does not'
quote or describe Novack's
statements, but it says
some of them were video-
taped. Defense attorney
Howard Tanner would nbt.
elaborate onI the motion,
Novack, of Fort Lau-
derdale, says she was de-
prived of bathroom breaks
for more than seven hours
and was not, allowed' to.
make phone calls..
IIt also says police should
have advised Novack ,of
her Miranda rights but did,
not. -
"By the time she was' of-
fered food she was clearly,'
unable to eat and repeat-s
edly expressed a desire
to kill herself," says the
motion, which was filed


The Associaled Press

mer Republican state
Sen.. Nancy Argenziano
challenged a provision of
Florida's new election law
that's preventing her from
running for Congress as a
Democrat in a lawsuit filed
-Argei" o, also a. for-
mer state public service
commissioner, is running
for the 2nd, District seat
now held by. Ul.S. Rep.
Steve SoutherlandR,--Pan-
ama City..- '- .
Her lawsuit, challenges-
a requirement f6r candi-
dates-to~.sar,tljhey .had
not been _aimember of any
other political party for
365 days, before qualify-
ing, which this year begins
June 4 and ends June 8 for
federal candidates. The old
law let candidates switch
parties up to six months
before election day.
The lawsuit was filed in
state Circuit Court in Tal-
lahassee, where Argenzia-
no lives. It says the party
switching limit violates her
right of association arid
several other- provisions
of the U.S. and Florida


"In restricting my right,
as well as many other peo-
ple's rights to be able to as-
sociate with the party they
want is the first thing that
ticks me off,".-Argenziano
said at a news conference.
She also has problems
with other parts of the Re-
publican-sponsored law
.that are being challenged
'.eiy ipers in federal court
in Washington under the
federal Voting Rights Act.
Opponents allege it sup-
presses minority voting by
reducing early voting days,
restrictinig voter, registra-
tion drives and requiring
voters, to cast provisional
.ballots if, they change out-
of-county addresses at the
"Everything is done to
make it harder, to niake
it harder for the voter to
vote, make it harder for the
candidate to switch," Ar-
genziano said.
Saying she was disgusted
by the GOP's rightward
tilt, the moderate Argen-
ziano switched her voter
registration to the tiny In-
dependent Party on June'
3. By the time she decided
to become a Democrat,
though, it was too late to

The new deadline for the Qcala Republican who
2012 election was June 8, sponsored the niew: law,
2011 That was just 20 days said the party switching
after the law.went to into limit protects campaign
effect. contributors and support-
*Argenziano said -he'll ers who have invested cash
run .under the Indepen- and' political capital .in
dent banner next year if candidates based on their
her, lawsuit fails but cau- party affiliations.
cus with Democrats if she's-. .,axley said he wasn't
elected. sure exactly where the idea
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publican' Party "certainly new
stood out in my mind as switch
an example." After polls apple
showed him trailing badly ning
in the GOP primary, Crist Ars
ran for the U.S. Senate envi'
without party affiliation. dent
He lost to Republican Mar- than
co Rubio in the general she
election. desti

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e been affected by the
law because the party
ching limit does not
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without affiliation.
genziano -,said she
sioned her Indepen-
affiliation as no more
a "placeholder".while
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Novack and her brother,
Cristobal Veliz, of Brook-
lyn, are accused of direct-
ing the 2009 killings of her
husband, Ben Novack Jr.,
and his mother, Bernice
Novack, and hiring the kill-
ers. They have pleaded not
guilty. At least two .other
people have been arrested
in the case.
'Ben Novack, 53, was
beaten to death in his ho-
tel room in suburban Rye
Brook. Bernice Novack, 87,
was killed in her Fort Lau-
derdale home.
Ben, Novack's father.built
the Fontainebleau hotel
in Miami Beach. .Pros-
ecutors say Narcy Novack
had her; husband killed to
secure his $10 million es-
tate for herself. His moth-
er's death,, three months
before..his, added to his
The motion says Novack
"acquiesced" under pres-
sure to take a lie detector
test. Previously disclosed
police documents said that
during a polygraph, Novack
was "deceptive" about her
Rye Brook police Chief
Greg Austin deferred to
federal prosecutors. The
U.S. attorney's office said
it would respond with its
own motion.



Police identify Virginia Tech gunman

The Associated Press

time college student at a small
school near Virginia Tech was
identified Friday as the gunman
who shot a police officer to death
and'then killed himself, trigger-
ing a lockdown on a campus still
coping with the nation's worst
mass slaying in recent memory.
The day before the shootings,
police said Ross Truett Ashley,
22, stole a sport utility vehicle at
gunpoint from a real estate of-
fice in Radford. He dumped the
car on the Virginia Tech campus.
'Authorities have not been able
to say what led Ashley to kill a
police officer he did not know at
a school he had never attended.
"That's very much the funda-
mental part of the investigation
right now," state police spokes-
woman Corrine Geller said Fri-
day at a news conference.
Police said Ashley walked up
to patrolman Deriek W. Crouse
and fired, then took off for the
campus .greenhouses, ditch-
ing his pullover, wool cap and
backpack. He made his way to
a nearby parking lot and when a
deputy spotted him, he took his
own life.
Ashley was a business man-
Sagement major at Radford, the
school said on its website. He
was from Partlow, Va., about 160
miles northeast of Virginia Tech.
In Radford, he lived in a second-
floor apartment above a yogurt
shop, consignment store, barber'
shop and a tattoo parlor.
Neighbor Nan Forbes, a Rad-
ford senior, said Ashley was qui-
et, rarely seen or heard from. She
said she knew he was in trouble
when she saw two police officers

Virginia Tech police Chief Wendell Flinchum (left) speaks during a news conference as Virginia Tech Associate
Vice President for University Relations Larry Hinker (right) listens on campus at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg ,Va.
on Friday.

guarding the door to. Ashley's
apartment overlooking the busi-,
ness 'section of Radford's main
drag. '-
. "It does freak us out because
we live in this building, but there
was not one' peep of trouble,
nothing unusual," she said.
Crouse was a trained firearms
and defense instructor with a
specialty in crisis intervention.
He had been on the force for four
years, joining about .six months
after' 33 people were killed in a
classroom building and dorm
April 16,2007.

,At 12:15 p.m. Thursday, Grouse' ic scene after the initial alert.
pulled over a student and was Soon, heavily armed officers
shot while sitting in- his un- were walking around campus,
marked cruiser. The student caravans of SWAT vehicles were
didn't have any link to the gun- driving around and other police
man, Geller said. cars with emergency lights flash-
Shortly before 12:30 p.m., po- ing patrolled nearby.
lice received a call from a wit- Shudents outdoors went inside'
ness who said' an officer had buildings. Those already there
been shot. About six 'minutes stayed put. Everybody waited.
'later, the first campus-wide alert Police aren't sure what the gun-
was sent by email, text message nan was doing at this point. Af-
and electronic signs in univer- ter the shooting, he fled on foot;
sity buildings. Many students on to the greenhouses, where he left
*campus were preparing for ex- some of his clothes and his ID.
ams, and some described afran- Fifteen minutes ,after the

witness called police, a deputy
'sheriff on patrol noticed a man
at the back of another parking
lot about a half-mile from the
shooting. The man was by him-
self, looking around furtively
and acting "a little suspicious,"
according to Geller.
The deputy drove up and down
the rows of the sprawling Cage
parking lot and lost sight of the
man for a moment. The deputy
then found the man lying on the
pavement, shot to death. The
handgun was nearby.
Police said nobody witnessed
the suicide, the parking lot ap-
parently vacant because of
warnings. For three more hours,
students checked their phones,
computers and TVs., Finally, the
school gave the all clear.
.-The events unfolded on the
same, day Virginia Tech officials
were in Washington, fighting a
federal government fine over
their handling of ,the 2007 mas-
sacre; and the shooting brought
back painful memories. About
150,, students gathered silently
Thursday night for a candlelight
vigil on a field facing the stone
plaza memorial for the 2007
victims. .
."'Why Tech, why again?" said
Philip Sturgill, a jewelry store
owner. ,: ..
School spokesman Larry
Hincker said the alert system
,worked exactly as expected.
"It's fair to say that life is very
different at college campuses
today. The telecommunications
technology and protocols that
we have available to us, thatwe
now have? in place, didn't ex-
ist years ago," he said. "We be-
lieve the system worked very

AP sources:Obaman

SThe Associated Press captured within the U.S.
The legislation is caught in an
WASHINGTON -, President escalating dispute between the
Barack Obama and his national 'White House and Congress over.
security team are appealing the politically changed issue of
to lawmakers for last-minute :whether to treat suspected ter-
changes to .a sweeping defense rorists, as prisoners of war .or
bill that requires military custo- criminals.
dy for terrorism suspects linked The president led a full-court
to- al-Qaida, including those 'press '-this' wvek that included

Aiakes push to change
Secretary of State Hillary Rod- changed, saying it could hot ac-
ham :Clinton, Defense. Sec- cept legislation that "challenges
retary Leon Panetta and FBI or constrains the president's au-
Director Robert Mueller ask- thorities to collect intelligence,
ing for revisions to the bill as, incapacitate dangerous terror-
House and Senate negotiators ists and protect the nation."
move swiftly to complete a final Obama spoke toSenate Arned
version. Services Committee Chairman
The White House already had Carl Levin, D-Mich. Clinton and
threatened a veto if the bill isn't Panetta also spoke to Levin, and.

terror bill
Mueller has met with Republi-
can Sens. John McCain of Ati-
zona, Lindsey Graham of South
Carolina and Kelly Ayotte of
New Hampshire, administration
and congressional officials said
SFriday. ,'
They spoke on condition of
anonymity to discuss .private




Man condemned to death for home invasion

The Associated Press

NEW HAVEN, Conn. A jury
condemned a man to. death Fri-
day for killing a woman and her
two daughters during a night of
terror in their suburban home,
a gruesome crime that evoked
comparisons to Truman Capo-
te's "In Cold Blood" and halted
momentum to abolish the death
penalty in the state.
The jury took five days to delib-
erate defense attorneys' request
to spare the life of Joshua Komis-
arjevsky in light of abuse he suf-
fered as a boy. Komisarjevsky,
who: will join his accomplice,
Steven Haves, on Connecticut's
death row, stood rigidly with his
arms behind' iis back and had
no visible reaction.
The two paroled burglars tor-
merited a family of four in the
affluent New Haven suburb of
Cheshire before killing Jenni-
fer Hawke-Petit and leaving her
daughters, 17-year-old' Hayley
and 11-year-old Michaela, to die
in a fire. .
The 'only survivor, Dr. William
Petit, was beaten with a baseball-
bat and tied up but escaped. He
appeared calm as the verdict was
pronounced,, his eyes blinking
rapidly and his hand clenched in
a fist on the seat in front of him.

TH"EA : f',n 1 -tIL
This June 2007 photo provided by Dr. William Petit Jr., shows Dr. Petit (left)
with his daughters Michaela (front), Hayley (center rear), and his wife,
Jennifer Hawke-Petit, on Cape Cod, Mass. Dr. Petit was severely beaten and
his wife and two daughters were killed during a home invasion in Cheshire,
Conn., July 23, 2007. A jury Friday condemned Joshua Komisarjevsky to
death for thecrimes .

He later bowed his head and.
closed his eyes.
. Petit .said outside the court-
house that he found some peace
with the verdict, but "there is,
never complete closure when
you lose your wife arid your
"We think that society will be

a little bit safer with he and his
co-defendant locked up and fac-
ing the death penalty," Petit said.
"We certainly have been criti-
cized over. the years that this is
vengeance and blood lust, but
this is really about justice." .
Juror Timothy Anderson, a 44-
year-old NewHaven social work-


er, said the jury was split when it death sent
started deliberating and some "Joshua
jurors wept as they reviewed the with dignil
case. He said he was undecided torney Jere
at first and others had to con- Komisarj
vince him. er men or
He'said he presented Petit with row. The si
a, Christmas ornament when one man s
Petit thanked, jurors for their year-old K
service. ly spend y
"Dr. Petit was a hero to come. prison.
down here every single day ..., to The jury
advocate for his family," Ander- five men,
son said. convicted
The, sentencing verdict con- tenced hi:
cluded two long trials that sub- of six capi
jected jurors to grim evidence in- took only s
-cluding charred beds, rope used a decision
to tie up the family and autopsy One worn
photos. The 2007 attack led to as she wa
the defeat of a bill to outlaw the verdict.
death penalty in .Connecticut. Thejuro:
sparked tougher state laws for timony fr(
repeat offenders and home in- including
evasions and drew comparisons arjevsky's
the crime described in "In Cold In arguing
Blood," which documented the lawyers s'
brutal murders ofa Kansas farm- family ne
s er and his family. psychology
In closing arguments, a pros- repeatedly
ec u tor said the two men created 'child by h
"the ultimate house of;horrors" his problem
3. by inflicting extreme psychologi- "The onri
cal and physical pain on the vic- was to gi
times that amounted to torture. aged," de
Defense attorneys said Komis- ter Bansle
arjevsky had been prepared for a argument.

Labor board dropshigh-profle Boe ing complaint

the Associated Press

National Labor Relations
Board dropped its high-
profile lawsuit against'
Boeing on Friday, but the
political fallout continued
as:: Republicans said the
case was a mistake to begin
withand a top agency offi-
cial defended his conduct.
The board moved to end
the case after the Machin-
ists union approved a-four-
year contract, extension
with Boeing this week.
Under the deal, the union
agreed ,o withdraw. alle-
gadons that the company
built a nonunion plant In
South Carolina to retaliate
against past union strikes
in Washington state. In re-
turn, Boeing promised to

build the new version of its
737 airplane in Washing-
ton state. ,
'We've 'treated this -case
just like every case that
comes to us, and it's end:-
ed the way most of our
cases have ended," Lafe
Solomon, the board's act-
ing general counsel, told
reporters in a conference.
Solomon said he had-
always preferred a settle-
ment and called the.-out-.
come typical at an agency.
that sees 90 percent-of its
cases settle.
Sen. Lindsey Graham,
R-S.C., said it was hard
for him to celebrate the
'dismissal of a case "which
never should have hap-
pened." He- called on
Congress to investigate

whether the union and the Solomoin said. "This was a
board collaborated against question for us of retalia-
Boeing. tion, and that remains the
. Solomon had come un- law."
der intense criticism from President BarackObam a,
Republican lawmakers, in response to' a question
South Carolina officials from a reporter about the
and GOP presidential case, said simply: "I'm
candidates for bringing glad people are going to be
the case. Republicans and working." -
business groups, claimed Obama had declined to
the board 'was setting a take siaes in the dispute ,
dangerous precedent by because the labor board
interfering with legitimate ;is an independent agency.
business decisions about In- comments this year,
where to locate workers." the president said compa-
Solomon said Friday that nies need to have the free-;r
he was simply following dom to relocate, though
the'laiw and-might do it they must follow the law
again if faced withisimilar when doing so. Obama
facts. ::had urged Boeing and the
"This case was never union to work out their
about the union or the differences.
NLRB telling Boeing where But the president and
it could put its plants," the board had come under

withering attack from GOP
White House hopefuls run-
ning in South Carolina, an,
important :early, primary
state, who pointed out the.
agencywas run by Obama's
Democratic "appointees.
Those attacks. continued
Friday, with former Massa-
chusetts'Gov. Mitt Romney-
taking the administration

to task. .
"Thanks to President
Obama's appointees, the
NLRB has become a rogue
agency that tramples on
the rights of American
workers and businesses,
injecting job-killing uncer-
tainty into the economic
climate," Romney said in a
statement. .

House GOP introduces bill

renewing payroll tax cut

T.e A sociated Frei .

Republicans unveiled a bill
Friday renewing the Social
Security payroll tax cut'
and extending but trim--
ming unemployment ben-
efits but barreled toward a
showdown with President
Barack Obama by includ-
ing language jumpstarting
work on a controversial oil
pipeline. : .
With .Democrats claim-
ing the measure is too
stingy toward jobless and
lower-income people, next.
week's House vote looms
as the opening scuffle in
a year-end battle that will
let each party spotlight its,
econOmic priorities ahead
S.of November's presiden-
tial and congressional
The two parties 'gener-..
'ally agree on the bill's pil-
lars: preventing the Jan. I
expiration of payroll tax
cuts and. of extra cover-
S age for the long-term un-
employed,, and avoiding a:
mandated cut in payments '
the government sends
doctors for treating Medi-
care patients:.
But the GOP tax cut and
jobless benefits are less
generous than Democrats
want. And Republicans
ignore the White House's
preference to finance the
bill by boosting taxes on
millionaires, instead pay-
ing their bill's price tag
more than $180 billion.
by extracting money
from federal workers,
boosting federal fees and
requiring higher-earning
seniors to pay more for
"This package does not
include everything Repub-
licans would like, nor does
-_jit have all that Democrats

,have called for," said House
Speaker John Boehner, R-
Ohio. "But it is a win for
the American people and
worthy of the president's
. White House spokes-'
man Jay ,Carney derided
the GOP package, saving,
"Their plan seeks to put
the burden on working
families while giving a free
pass to the wealthiest and
big corporations by pro-
tecting their loopholes and
Some GOP proposals
forr example, charging
sqme seniors more for
Medicare, freezing civil
servants'- pay and raising
some federal fees -' are
similar to past proposals
byObama. '
)While the measure's chief,
ingredients had been clear
for days, the 369-page
'legislation revealed new
details. These included let-
ting states administer drug
tests 'to some unemploy:
ment benefit applicants;
barring welfare recipients
from using their benefits
at strip clubs, liquor stores
and casinos; and cracking
down on illegal immigrants
collecting federal checks
for the children's tax credit
by requiring them and oth-
ers to first produce Social
Security numbers.
The GOP plan also staves
off a threatened Medicare
cut that would slash fees
paid to doctors by 27 per-
cent, which no one wants
since it would, destabilize
health care for 47 mil-
lion seniors and disabled
people. The price would
be paid by-higher-earning
seniors, who would pay
higher monthly premiums
for Medicare outpatient
services and prescriptions
starting in 2017.

Currently only' about 7
percent of Medicare recip-
ients pay higher premiums
because of their income.
Under the proposal, 25
percent would eventu-
ally pay higher monthly
That would affect not
only the wealthybut many'
retirees who consider
themselves solidly middle
class. Advocates for the el-,
derly were quick to object,
but Republicans said their
idea is a virtual clore of an
earlier plan by Obama.
Upper-income seniors
have long paid higher.
Medicare premiums. But
the GOP 'bill would in-
.crease those premiums
for single retirees earning
more than $80,000, rather
than the current $85,000.
The threshold for married
couples would be $160,000
instead of the current
hi addition, those thresh-
olds would stop growing to
reflect inflation until 1 in
4 Medicare beneficiaries
were paying the higher
. Without action, the pay-
roll tax paid by 160 million
workers would return to, its
normal 6.2 percent on Jan.
1, up from 4.2 percent this
The GOP bill would keep
the payroll tax at 4.2 per-
cent through 2012. Obama
proposed just a 3.1 percent
levy next year and wanted
to give similar tax breaks to
The Republican bill
would also gradually re-
duce the maximum 99
weeks of unemployment
coverage to 59 weeks by
'mid-2012, coverage many
Democrats consider too
short with the current
weak economy.


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accepted the, verdict
tyand respectfully," at-
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ears, if not decades, in

of seven women and
the same panel that
Komisarjevsky, sen-
m to death on each
ital felony counts and
slightly longer to reach,
than Hayes' jury did.
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psychologists, Komis-
parents and his sister.
for a life sentence, his'
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Friday, .

Paving suit against county continues

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A lawsuit. filed against Jackson
County by a trio of paving compa-
nies continued in civil circuit court
this week.
In the most recent,'action, the'
count)' has objected to the plaintiffs'
plan to call the county's attorney,
as. a witness for the other side, The
plaintiff's witness list was filed' on
Wednesday. ..
On Thursday, the county filed its
objection, along with a motion to
strike attorney Frank Baker from that
list. Baker wrote the motion himself,
according to court record. In it, "he
argued: that allowing the plaintiffs
to call him would "severely preju-
dice.. .the defendant County, in the
event that the customary.rule of se-
questration of witnesses is invoked.".
Baker, under ordinary treatment of
witnesses, :would not be allowed in
the courtroom while other witnesses
.testified even though he is the coun-
ty's counsel in the case. Baker, in his
motion to strike himself off the list,
asked the judge to lift the sequestra-
tion rule if he chooses not grant the
motion to strike.
Judge John L. Fishel II has'not yet
ruled on the county's filing.
The case revolves around, some
paving contracts that the county
awarded to Asphalt Paving Systems
(APS) and Florida Highway Prod-
ucts (FHP) several months ago,
"piggybacking" those on existing
contracts between the 'companies
and two governmental agencies in
south-central Florida. The roads to
be paved were part of a $10 million

project still undenvay.
The plaintiffs Anderson Co-,
lumbia, Jones Construction arind Tri-
angle' Constructioni Road Building
-allege that the deals did not follow
Florida statutes in a variety of ways.
The plaintiffs say the contracts were
not true "piggybacks" because, the
terms of Jackson County's deal with"
the companies varied substantially
from the terms of the original con-
tracts they were based on.
'The plaintiffs allege the deals did
-not constitute true piggybacking
because the terms of the county's
contracts differed substantially from
the contracts the pavers had with the
other entities. In its action, the coun-
ty had circumvented the fair bidding
process set out in Florida statute, the
plaintiffs claim.
iti an early finding Fishel appeared
to agree to an exten t.In that instance,
he'd granted the plaintiff's notion
asking for an injunction to prevent,
the county from completing.the.dis-
puted paving contracts,, and from
paying the companies for the work
already done, until the lawsuit could
be resolved. In that finding, Fishel
indicated the county was required to
follow the competitive bidding pro-
cess and that piggybacking was not
allowed under the facts of the case.
Subsequently, the county termi-
nated those contracts, and bid the
retaining work under a new policy
that allowed other companies to bid
and also set out a detailed piggy-
backing process that would be used
if such an opportunity rested with'
the lowest responsible bidder.
The plaintiffs objected to the
county's remedy and went back to

court several months ago, alleging'
asking Fishel to clarify his.injunction
preventing the. county from further
noncompetitive awarding of paving
jobs. They also asked the judge to
find the county inh contempt of the
court's order, arguing that the bid,
documents favored the contractors
who first worked on the job.
Fishel clarified his order, but did
not find the county in contempt.:
In, restating his order, Fishel again'.
said the county could not use pig-."
gybacking to award contracts unless.
the roadwork'was put out for com-
petitive bid with specifications' for .
identified Jackson Countyroads. He-
cited. instances in which ambiguity.
was an issue in the county's attempt
to award the remaining work.
He expounded further about the
,county's disputed remedy.
While the'county gave other con-
tractors an opportunity to bid on the
work, it set out some requirements
for bidders that Fishel apparently
found troubling. The county's bid
notice required the winning bidder
to be responsible 'for .the warranty
and repair of work completed previ-
ously on the job.
"The new policy has not provided
contractors with .a reasonable and
meaningful, opportunity to bid,"
Fishel wrote. "One would question
why any company other that FHP or.
APS would bid on contracts to com-
plete the work...The county's efforts
have not resulted in compliance
with the competitive bid require-
ments... a remedial procedure which
in practice favors a particular bid-
der violates the law on competitive

From Page 1A
trial in which she also in-.
dicated injury.
Redmon also' cited
the fact that the girl had
'been involved in a differ-
ent court case fh which
"she had been found in-
competent to testify, the
judge saying she had
given statements that
were "not reliable, and
Redmon also said

Dominello had taken
a polygraph test and
"passed it with' flying
colors," according to the
Dominello's lawyer,
Clyde Taylor, praised
Redmon as a state at-
torney, saying he "kept a
very fair and open ear"
as he and state attorney
Glenn Hess were work-
ing their way through to
a decision on the case.
Taylor said that his cli-
ent is relieved the ordeal
is over.

Man heard

yelling on video

after being shot

The Associated Press

MIAMI A cell phone
video captured the
sound:of a confrontation
between a South Florida
man and his mother-in-
law and the gunshots
she is accused of firing
at him, authorities said
"I can't believe you did
that! I can't believe you
did that! What are you,
crazy?" Salvatore Mi-
glino, 39, 'of Boca Raton,1
is heard yelling in the
video. '- '
His estranged mother-
in-law, 66-year-old Cher-
yl Hepner, was arrested
Thursday. She was be-.
ing held 'Saturday in jail
without bond.
.Broward County Sher-
iff's investigators said
Hepner fired three. shots
at 'Miglino on Wednes-
day, striking him in his
rib cage and shoulder.
Miglino was treated and,
later released from a
Hepner is heard in a
911 call telling b different
side of the story, telling
the operator that Nliglino
"had me down on the,
floor, on the ground" and
pulled the gun on her
first outside her home in
"I tried to grab the gun
and shoot," Hepner said.
"Her attorney said Hep-
rier was only protect-
ing her' grandson andd
daughter, who live with
her but were not home at
the time. '
S"I can't imagine that
she would go out anid
purchase a gun and have
some ulterior motive,"
attorney Michael Tenzer
Said. :
' Hepner,. who was not
injured, told the operator'
that:the gun belonged
to Miglino. Investigators
said they had not yet de-
termined who owned the
The recording captured

on Miglino's cell phone
does.not show the actual
shooting. Only their con-
versation, followed by
several gunshots, can be
heard on the video.
Miglino pulled up to
the house to pickiUp his
son under a court order
that authorizes him to.
take custody of the child'
every Wednesday night,
according to a sheriff's,
office report. Hepner
met him !outside with
the boy's pillow and bag
and told Miglino that his.
father-in-law wanted to
talk to him inside, the re-
port said. '
Miglino declined to go
inside and asked for the
boy's belongings. Hep-
ner then pulled a hand-
gun out from behind the
pillow and fired three
shots at Mignilio, he told
Miglino landed on top
of her to stop her frdm
shooting again, said sher-
iff's office spokeswoman
DaniMoschella. Thegun
jammed, "soI that may
have been the reason she
stopped shooting," MNos-
chella said. The video,
she added, "corroborates
his story."
"I caught it on video on
my cell phone because I
knew something stupid
was going to .happen,"
Miglino is heard telling a
911 operator.
Tensions -have, been
high between Miglino
and his estranged wife.
for over a year. The two
have been in better di-
vorce proceedings, fight-
ing over the boy's visita-
tion schedule, records..
'All he wants is quality
time with his son," said
Miglino's family law at-
torney Andrea Gunder-
sen. The attorney dis-
missed accusations made
by Hepner on the 911 call
that Miglino was trying
to kidnap his son and
take him to NewYork.

"Stiate, Brief

,.Police: Man fatally deputies respondingto a
sasotAh Ar of 4 911 call found the body
stabs motherof 4 of46-yearold Cecile '
ORLANDO Central Freus in her Orlando
Florida authorities have areahome. An autopsy
arrested a man they has been planned. No
say fatally stabbed his further information was
girlfriend. released due to the on-
Leonce Charles was going investigation.
arrested Saturday and'. The Orlando Sentinel
charged withsecond-de- reports that Freus was
gree murder., a mother of four and
Orange County Sher- Charles was her life-in
iff's Office spokeswoman 'boyfriend.
\Ginette Rodriguez says,. From wire reports

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death notices

submitted to the

Floridan as of the
deadline at 4 p.m.


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Europe forges fiscal union,

sees way out of crisis

Tne A:- so.:31ed Prel .

almost to exhaustion and
persuading countries one
by one, European leaders
agreed Friday to redefine
their continent hoping
that by joining their fiscal
fortunes they might stop a
crippling debt crisis, save
the euro currency and pre-
vent worldwide economic
Only one country said
no: Britain. It will risk iso-
lation while the rest of the
continent plots its future.
The coalition came to-
gether in a marathon ne-
gotiating session among
the 27 European Union
heads of government -
hard bargaining that be-
gan with dinner Thursday
evening and ended after 4
a.m., when red-eyed offi-
cials appeared before wea-
ry journalists to explain
their proposed treaty.
It was a major step for-
ward in the. long, postwar
march toward European
integration. It was two de-
cades ago,. on Dec. 9 and
10, 1991, that European ne-
gotiators drafted a treaty in
Maastricht, Netherlands,
to unite their politics, cre-
ate a central bank and,
one day, invent a common
The agreement with
23 countries in favor and
three moEe saying they are
open to the idea would
force' countries to submit
their budgets for central
re-iew and limit the defi-
cits they can run.
A crisis over sover-.
eign debt that consumed
Greece and spread to Ire-
land, Italy, Portugal and
Spain threatened to ex-
plode into a worldwide
financial crisis capable for
forcing the global econo-
my into recession.
"This is the breakthrough
to the stability union," Ger-
man Chancellor Angela
NMerkel said. "We are using
the crisis as an opportunity
Sfor a renewal."
To prevent excessive
deficits, countries in the
treaty will have to submit
their national budgets to
the European Commis-
sion, the executive body of
the EU, which will have the
power to send them back
for revision.
They must also bring
their budgets close to bal-
ance. Except in special
i circumstances, the budget
deficit of a country must
not exceed 0.5 percent of
gross domestic product,
the amount of goods and
services produced by its
economy. An unspeci-
fied "automatic correction
mechanism" would pumn-
ish the rule-breakers.
Germany and France in-
sist that fiscal union is the
best way to regain market
trust, badly shaken by the
escalating financial, crisis.
Most economists think 'it
will nor be enough.
They say the euro coun-
tries need to have enough
money on hand to guaran-
tee everyone can pay their
debts. Etro leaders put off
until March a decision on
whether to provide money
on top of a.E500 billion, or
$668 billion, bailout fund
for euro countries.
European leaders did
agree to add (200 billion
to the International Mon-
etary Fund to help ailing
Only 17.of the 27 Euro-
pean Union countries use
the euro currency, and its
stability has been threat-
ened by the massive na-
tional debts of some of
those 17. All but avo of
the non-euro countries
Britain and Denmark -
are committed to adopting
it eventually.
The countries that use

the euro found they had
friends among those that
do not. At least six and as
many as nine non-euro
countries are willing to
bind themselves to the
euro countries in a pact
aimed at having their

economies converge.
Britain said no for tvo
reasons: Prime Minister
David Cameron's Con-
servative Party includes a
strong anti-EU element,
and Cameron, despite try-
ing deep into the night.
failed to win an exemp-
tion from regulation
for the British financial
The other leaders would
have none of it: Bankers
and lack of regulation are
viewed on the continent as
a prime cause of the finan-
cial crisis.
Britain, which prides
itself on its fierce inde-
pendence, joined the
then-European Economic
Community in 1973 -
only after French President
Charles de Gaulle, who had
vetoed the U.K.'s member-
ship along with Germany's
leader, fell from power.
French President Nico-
las Sarkozy blamed the
British leader for scuttling
What could have been an
EU-wide treaty. He said
Cameron's exemptions for
British finance "seemed to
us unacceptable."
Stocks and the euro
climbed on the news of the
treaty, even though it offers
only a long-term solution
and leaves many details to
be worked out.
Stocks rose 3.4 percent in
Italy,-2.5 percent in France
and almost 2 percent in
Germany. In New York, the

Dow Jones industrial aver-
age rose 1.5 percent and
vaulted back over 12,000.
Borrowing costs for
European countries fell,
but only slightly, a sign of

British Prime
Minister David
(left) shakes
hands with
Italian Prime
Minister Mario
Monti during
a bilateral
meeting at an
EU summit in
Brussels on

cautious confidence from
the bond market. The yield
on the benchmark Italian
government bond fell to
6.33 percent, down about
0.05 percentage point.

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Bulldogs downed by Braves, 74-65
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The Mlarianna Bulldogs lost its District 1-4A
debut Friday night in Walton, falling to the
Braves 74-65 to fall to 1-4 on the season.
The Bulldogs narrowly led at halftime, but
the Braves were able to take control in the
third quarter and go up for good.
Marianna stayed within striking distance
the whole way, but the Bulldogs could never
break through and make it a one possession
game before the Braves were able to pull
away late.
"We were kind of even with them until the
third," MHS coach Travis Blanton said af-
ter the game. "We got behind and we had to
start pressuring more, and Walton really shot
it well. They made the most of their oppor-

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got open shots, they
caught'it and turned it
The Bulldogs, on the
contrary, were unable
to take advantage of
their opportunities in
the second half.
"We missed some
chip shots around
the basket, and when

we got some easy lay-ups, we didn't finish,"
Blanton said. "We went back and forth a little
in the second half, but we could just never
It has been a struggle for Marianna so far


Another road victory

Graceville's Allante Oliver-Barnes tries to get off a shot against Cottondale's Sheldon Vann on Friday.

Hornets beat

G raceville in .

battle of district


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GRACEVILLE After playing
four of their first five district games

of the season away from home, the
Cortondale Hornets are a perfect
For the District 3-IA teams chas-
ing the first place Hornets, that
could be an ominous sign in their
chase for a district title.
The Hornets took their second
road district victory of the week
Friday night in Graceville, jumping
out to a big lead and holding off a
late charge by the Tigers in a 55-47
The win puts Cottondale at 6-
1 overall, while Graceville fell to

5-2 on the season and 5-1 in the
"It was a good hard-fought win,".
Hornets coach Chris Obert said af-
"It was a good atmosphere. For-,
tunately, we didn't get off to a
slow start like we did (on Tuesday)
against Wewa. We were able to have
some success with our pressure
and we got in transition and got
some points, and that allowed us to
get a lead."
See HORNETS. Page 2B

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Sneads' John Locke goes up for a shot against
Cottondale during a recent game.

Sneads snaps

losing streak

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The"Sneads Pirates snapped a two-game los-
ing streak Friday night at home with a 66-52 vic-
tory over the Vernon Yellowjackets.
Sneads was coming off of district losses to
Cottondale last weekend and Graceville on,
Tuesday, but the Pirates found their way back to
the winner's circle on Friday despite absences
from two of their best players.
Starting point guard Aaron Green missed the
game with a knee injury, and leading scorer.
'John Locke played sparingly because of illness.
However, the Pirates didn't seem to miss a
beat, going up 32-20 at halftime and pushing
the lead to as much as.28 in the second half.
"We didn't play half bad considering Aagon
Green didn't play and John Locke was pretty
limited," Sneads coach Kelvin Johnson said af-
ter the game. "I thought the other kids stepped
See SNEADS, Page 2B

High School Football

Chipley's championship hopes

dashed by Jefferson, 47-13

dEl'ritI'ictlorjdidr corn'

The Chipley Tigers' dreams
of a first-ever state champion-
ship will have to wait another
,year, as they fell to the Jefferson
County Tigers 47-13 on Friday
night in the 1A state title game
at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando.
The game was tied at 7-7 at
halftime, but Jefferson County
exploded for 26 points in the
third quarter to blow the game
Alphonso Footman broke the
tie with a 13-yard touchdown'
run with four minutes gone by
in the second half to put Jeffer-
son County up 14-7.
A bad snap on a punt on
Chipley's ensuing possession
turned the ball back over to Jef-
ferson at the Chipley 22-yard

line, and Lenorris: Footman
took it in the end zone on the
next play to make it 21-7.
A fumble on Chipley's next
drive set up a 31-yard ,TD pass
from Lenorris Footman to
Ladarian Smiley to make it
After another Chipley drive
stalled and the Tigers were
forced to punt, Smilev all but
ended the game with a 72-yard
punt return TD to make it 33-7
with 1:32 on the third quarter
Smiley made it three scores in
a row early in the fourth when
he caught a 41-yard TD pass
fromLenorris Footman to make'
it 41-7.
He finished with five recep-
tions for 116 yards and two TDs,
while the quarterback Lenorris
Footman connected on 8 of 12

passes for 145 yards and two
Alphonso Footman carried 19
times for 130 yards and two TDs.
and Jefferson County rushed for
278 yards as a team.
Chipley gained 226 yards on
the ground, with Ryan Mcintyre
leading the way with 109 yards
and a TD on 22 carries, while
Kobe McCrary rushed 24 times
for 80 yards and aTD.
Chipley lost despite control-
ling the ball for 30 of the 48
minutes, but was limited to just
198 yards of total offense as a
team, while Jefferson rolled up
423 yards on just 49 plays..
It was the sixth state cham-
pionship for Jefferson County,
which finished the year with a
9-5 record, while Chipley end-
ed its season with a record of


-Malone's Ty Baker shoots during the Tigers'
homecoming game against the Laurel Hill
Hobos on Friday night. The Tigers won the
game 74-58 and improve to 7-0 on the season.

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Sneads Girls Basketball

SHS girlsroll up

Vernon, :66-33


The Sneads Lady Pirates
picked up their second
District 3-1A victory of the
season Friday afternoon
at home, routing Vernon
66-33. ,
Tasharica McMillon had
21 points, seven rebounds,
seven steals, and five as-
sists to lead the Lady Pi-
rates, who improved, to
2-3 in league play and 4-4
La'Tilya Baker added 14
points, four assists, arid:
eight steals 'for Sneads;
while .Krissi Satterfield

had eight points and sev-
en rebounds, and Aaliyah
Williams nine points and
three steals.
The Lady Pirates domi-
nated from the outset,'
taking a whopping 27-3
lead at the end of the first
quarter, and leading by 32
points at the half.
"We played well," Sneads
coach Erich Alderman
said after the game. "We.
focused' on defense early,
we ran well,, passed well,
shot well, and played with
Sneads are back at it.
Tuesday when they host to
Ponce De Leon at 4p.m.

Horinets-c ya1i1Tgr
1 Vann 10.
Marquis White had 14
points to lead the Tigers,
F romPagelB ith Campbell adding,
It was a match-up of i'ine, and Oliver-Barnes'
undefeated district teams: eight.
coming in, but the Horners "I thought we came outi
quickly took charge and a little too hyped up at the
finished the first quarter on start," Graceville coach'
a 12-4 run to go up 16-7. Matt Anderson said of
Jerrod Blount had 10 of his team. "We didn't play'
his game high 15 points in within ourselves, but Cot-
the first period, including tondale had a lot to do
pair of3-pointers. with that, so give them
Prentice Webb added credit. They got us to play
another long range con- the way they wanted us to
version for the Hornets to play. That's their style and
start the second quarter to they're real good at it.
push the lead to 12, and a "In the second half, I
pair of baskets by Clifford thought we finally started
Canty and Jacquez Walker taking some good shots_
made it 23-9 Cottondale and played within our-
with five minutes left in selves better. I was pretty
the half. happy with the way we
Another bucket by Walk- played in the second half."
er and two free throws by The loss is hardly a crush-
Blount made it 29-13, but ing one for the Tigers, who
the Tigers finished with are still just a game out of'
five straight on buckets by first and have posted wins
Derae Laster and Allante over district competitors
Oliver-Barnes to trim the such as Sneads, Wewahi-'
margin to 11 at the half. tchka and Altha.
In the third quarter, the The win is significant for
..; Hornets pushed the lead Cottondale, as they move
back out, with consecu- to 5-0 with five of their fi-
tive 3-pointers by DJ Roul- nal seven district games
hac and Brandon Franklin coming at home.
making it 41-23 with 1:50 Obert, however, down-
on the clock. played the signifi-
The Tigers charged back chance, though not the
in the fourth quarter, as achievement.
3-pointers by Rasheed "I hadn't really thought
Campbell and Oliver- about it to be honest, but
Barnes got Graceville back it is a 'good accomplish-'
to single digits for the first ment," he said. "But it
time since the first quarter won't matter at all if we
at 43-35 with 4:10 to play. don't take care of business
But Sheldon Vann came when those teams come to
up with a bucket for the our place. Like l said before
Hornets to get it back to 10,' the game, this won't make
and the teams exchanged or break either team.
baskets, until a 3-poimner "I'm mostly proud of the
'by Isam Britt cut it to 49-42 effort, but we still have to
with 1:39 to play. keep getting better and
Another bucket by Britt steadily improve as the
brought the Tigers to with- season goes on if we want
in six at 50-44 with. 49.9 to achieve our goals."
S seconds io play, but Blount The Hornets will be
S.made two free throws, and back in action Thursday at
Franklin converted a lay- home against district foe
up with 19 seconds to play Vernon, while Graceville
to make it 54-46 to ice the will have back to back road
game. games to start the week,
Franklin finished with' taking on Marianna on
nine points for Cottondale, Monday and Wewahitchka
while Walker had- 12 and on Tuesday.

From Page IB
this season,- with its only
win coming Nov. 29 athome
. against Blountstown.
Blanton said he has seen
some positive signs, but
the team's weak spots are
- still rearing their head too
"We're taking some baby
steps forward[ in some
spots, but: just not as a
whole," he said. "We still"
have some of the same is-
sues with turnovers and
missing easy shots around
the basket, which is starting
to become kind of an issue.

From PagelB
up and played well. Troy
Durant' had a good game
for us. He really stepped up
" for us without two of our
main scorers. He has really
contributed and helped us
out quite a bit. I thought
Devin Hayes played well
too. He made good deci-
sions and got good shots."'
Durant led the' .Pirates
With 16 points, while Hayes

We didn't capitalize when
we had opportunities."
Marianna will be back
in action Monday when it
hosts Graceville, and will
finish the week with an-
other district game with
Pensacola Catholic that
takes on added impor-
tance after Friday's loss to
"It's a tough loss because
it's a district loss and there
are only three teams in
the district, so it could
get hard as far as 'eeding
goes," Blanton said. "The
game against Catholic will
be' a big determining fac-
tor'in where we sit in the

added 12, Jeremy Wert 10,
and Darius Williams eight.,
With the .win, Sneads im-
proved to 4-2 overall and
3-2 in District 1-3A.
"It's nice to*get a win
after losing to Graceville
and Cottondale," Johnson
said. "It at least lets us stay
tip there in the hunt with
Sneads .will next. play
Tuesday at home against
Ponce De Leon before a big
county battle on Thursday
at undefeated Malone.

Lady Hornets edge by GHS

tondale Lady Hornets picked up
their biggest victory of the season
so far Thursday night, edging by
the defending district champion
Graceville Lady Tigers 29-28.
The Lady Tigers, who fell to 4-
4 overall and 2-1 in District 3-1A
with the loss, had a chance to win
it at the end, but Wynterra Pitiman's
turnover jumper at the foul line was
no good and Cottondale rebound-
ed as the final seconds ran off the
Cortondale improved to 4-3
overall with the win and 3-1 in the
"It feels good to be able to grind it
out like that," Lady Hornets coach
Shan Pittman said. "(Graceville)
coach (Jon) Habali does a great job
of getting his girls ready, but my
girls did a great job. They did what
they were supposed to do defen-
sively and rebounding.
"I'm proud of the girls. They
,showed a lot of heart. The hard
work is starting to pay off. But it's
not the end for us, so we've got to
keep working."
Khadejah Ward had 15 points and
four assists to lead Cottondale, with
Fredericka White adding six points
and 11 rebounds and Brooklyne
Brown six points.
Pittman had 12 'points to pace
the Lady Tigers, while Tiara Sorey
"They did a. good job with their
zone defense and shut .us down,"
Habali said. "They were real aggres-
sive and they out-played us."
Cottondale led 14-10 at halftime
and pushed the lead our to eight in'
the third period thanks to a 3-point-
er by Ward and a lay-up by White to
make it 21-13 with two minutes on
the clock.
The Lady Tigers started to cut into
the margin early in the fourth, with
a free throw by Pittman and back to
back steals and lay-ups by Shanieka
Jones making it a three-point game
at 27-24 with 5:10 remaining in the

White's shol

Graceville's Marquis White made
a shot with two seconds left in the'
game to give the Tigers a 49-47 win
Friday night over the Altha Wildcats
in Altha.
.The win moved the Tigers to 5-
1' overall and ;5-0 in District 3-1A
.It was a back and forth affairall
night, with neither team leadingby
more than five points all game. ',
"They've got ia nice little club,"
Graceville coach Matt Anderson,
said of the Wildcats. "They did a
good job' of controlling the game

Cottondale's Brooklyne Brown gets past Graceville's Shanieka Jones to try for two
Thursday night.

A basket by Pittman cut the
lead to one with 2:36, but Brown
scored on an offensive put-back
' with 1:31 to play to make it 29-26
Another bucket by Pittman made
it 29-28 with 43 seconds left, and a

Cottondaje turnover gave the Lady
Tigers one last chance with 9.2 sec-
onds to play.
Graceville was scheduled to hot
Enterprise on Friday;night at home,
while the Lady H6rnets will next
play Monday at Chipley.

t lifts Tigersby Wildcats
and slowing everything down. Iwas Given the circumstances, An-
trying to save some legs for (Friday derson said he couldn't have been
night's game against Cottondale),: prouder of his team's effort.
so we didn't do as much pressure as "I think it was a huge win," the
weinormallydo." coach said. "It was sandwiched be-,
Altha tied the game on a pair of tween two big county rival games.
free throws with 20 seconds to play, It was the ultimate trap game. On
prompting the Tigers to call time- top of that, Altha has a very good
out to set up a last play. ball club, so it was huge for us. I told
The play resulted in White getting somebody before the game that I'd
the ball on the baseline and beating take a two-point win right then, and
his man to the basket for the game- that's actually what happened.
winning shot. Isam Brintt had. 15 points to lead
The victorykept the Tigers perfect Graceville, while Marquavidus!,
iin league play and came after their Johnson had 10 points and Rasheed
home win Tuesday over county and .Campbell eight.
district rival Sneads, and before Fri- Will' Rogers scored 16 .points to
day's huge test against the Hornets.': lead the Wildcats.

Lady Tigers snic by Enterprise, 39-38
BY DUSTIN KENT ', pair of 3-point attempts in the final in the fourth, with Emily D~fis
dkent@jcfloridan.copm seconds. knocking down a corner .3-pointer
S "t'sagood win for us after (Thurs- to bring her team to within four at
GRAEVILLE The Graceville day)," Graceville coach Jon Habali 35-31.
Lady Tigers bounced back from a said after the game. "I thought we Piftmran responded with a bas-
tough road loss to 'Co-tondale the had a new attitude. It looked like we ket at the other end to put GHS Up
night before to take a 39-38 win over :wanted to play; and it looked like six with 4:12 to play, but'another
visiting Enterprise on Friday night. .we were having fun. The last few 3-pointer by Davis with 2:30 to
Wynterra Pittman scored 13 'games, ft looked like it was a chore play made it a two-point game at
points to lead theLadyTigers, while to play. i 38-36, '.
Zay Henderson, added' 12, and Tay- "(Against; Enterprise), I thought 'Enterprise had a chatide to':tie
lor'McDaniel nine. we played our style and kept at the game with two foul shots with'
Graceville was on the wrong end our pace. Wynterra Pittman also 13.3 seconds tdoplay, but only made
of a one-point game Thursday night stepped up and made some big 1 of 2 before getting the offensive
at Cottondale, falling 29-28 to the plays for us that you have to make rebound and missing two final 3-
Lady Hornets for their first .district ,to beat teams like Enterprise." point attempts .
loss of the season. : The game was tied at halftime, Davis finished with 17 points to
But the Lady Tigers were able to but Graceville broke it open, with lead Enterprise.
get'someofthebad'tasteoutoftheir a big third quarter to take; a 33-24 Graceville will b'e back in action
mouths from that loss on Friday, lead into thefinal period. Monday at home against Vernon at
surviving after Enterprise ritissed a But Enterprise came on strong' 5:30 p.m.

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P layers and coaches from the 2011 State Champion Chipola College Baseball team received their championship rings at a ceremony at
the college on Dec. 3., ,

Bowling. cores

Monday Night High
DEC. 5
1) Adam's Funeral Home 31.5-20.5
2) Marlanna Office Supply 30.5-21.5
3) Crash & Burn 26.5-25.5
4) Gutter Huggers 25-27
5) Bruce's Crew 22-30,
6) Smith's Supermarket 20.5-31.5 :
High Team Game Adam's Funeral
Home: 922
High Team Series Adam's Funeral
Home & Manrianna Office Supply: 2609
High Game Female Amie Kain: 196
H High Game Male Mike Walker: 197
High Series Female Cindy
Hightower: 507
HighSeries Male-Tom Arnold: 51 1
-Special Pick-Ups: Nicky Black'
4-5 Split" .

Tuesday Morning
Coffee League
DEC. _
1) Down Home Dental Center48-20
2) Gazebo 43-25
3) TheATeam . 41.5-26.5- .
4) Champion Tile 40-28
5) Jim's Buffet & Grill 34-34
6) James 8 Sikes .32.5-35.5
7) Marianna Metal "29-39
8) Kindel Awards 29-39
9) Pacers 2642
10) Marianna Animal Hospital 17-51

High Team Game: The A Team: 901
High Team Series: James & Sikes:
High Game Female: LuAnn
Kindelspire: 201
High Game Male: Ray Pumphrey:
High Series Female: LuAnn
Kindelspire: 590
High Series Male: Don Foley: 593
Special Pick-Up: Dolores Mitch
.3-7-10 Split'"

Tuesday Night
Mixed League
DEC:6 -
1) Backwoods Bowlers 46-18-
2) We're Back 39-25 '
3) Frank & Marie +2 34.5-30.5,
4) DD & D 32-32
5) James Gang 32-32
6) Oak Creek Honey 29-35 ,
7) All State 26.5-37.5
8) Zero Cool 18-46
High Game Handicap: James Gani
* High Series Handicap: We're Back
High Game Men: G-Baby: 237
High Game Wqmen: Dale Reynold;
183 '
'igh Series Men: G-Baby: 659
High S6ries Women: Dale Reynold

Wednesday Night

Mixed League

1) Nina's Embroidery.
2) Flreoalls
3) Here For The Beer
4)2 Pair Of Nutz :
I 5) Hollis Body Shop,
6) Marianna Metal
7) Grice & Son Septic
S8) Mr. Bingo
9) Melvin Painting
10) Try Hards

27-33 b
22.5-37.5 '.

DEC.8 : -.
W-L .
I)Team5 36-24
2) Three & a Half Men 34-26
3) Marlanna Office Supply 33-27'
g:' 4)#7 33-27.
5) 4 the Birds 29-31
: 6) Marianna Truss '25-35
7) Ouzts. 19-41
s: High Team Game: Marianna
Office.Supply: 939
High Team Series: 4 the Birds:
s: 2767
High Men Game: Al
High .Men Series: Al
Pumohrey: 697

College Basketball

Xavier tops Cncy after

game called by brawl

The Associated Press'

ranked Xavier beat 'cross-'
town rival Cincinnati 76-53
on Saturday in a game that
featured a steady stream of,
trash talking hnd was called,
With 9.4 seconds left when'
the teams got into a brawl,
in a corner of the court.
Words escalated into
shoving and swings as the
final seconds ticked down.
Both benches cleared and
coaches pulled their play-
ers away. The referees
called it.
.Xavier center Kenny
Frease left the court with
a towel pressed against his

bloody face. He! Was hit in points, and Tu, Holloway
the eye during.the fighting. led a 12-point run in the
The teams traded words first half for Xavier (8-0),
as they walked past each ,which extended their best
other toward the locker start in three years and
rooms at halftime, with the 'their recent domination
referees stepping between of the Bearcats (5-3). Cin-
them a common oc- cinnati went I of 16 from
currency in the emotional' behind the arc and trailed .
rivalry. by double digits the entire
Mark Lyons. scored, 19 second half.

High School Boys
Monday Graceville at
Marianna, 5:30 p.m., and
7p.m.-:. :
.Tuesday- Ponce De
Leon at Sneads, 5:30 p.m.,.
and 7p.m,;Vemonat
CottOndale, 4:30 p.m., and
S7:30p.m.;;Gracevile at ,
Wewahitchka, 5 p.m., and
7:30p.m.. :
Thursday Sneads at
-Malone, 5:30 p.m., and 7
"p.m, :
Friday Pensacola Cath-
, olic at Marianna, 6 p.nm.,
and 7:30 p.m.; Sneads at
.Liberty County. 5 p.m., ':
and 6:30 p.m.; Malonre at
Saturday Marianna at
Mosley, 5:30 p.m., and 71
p.m.; Malone vs. Valdosta
in Bainbridge, 5 p.m.

High School Girls
Monday -Vernon at
Graceville, 5:30 p.m.; Cot-:
tondale at Chipley, 5 p.m.,

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and 6;:30p.m. )
Tuesday Vernon at
Cottondale, 6 p.m.; Ponce
De Leon at Sneads, 4 p.m.;
Wewahitchka at Gracev-
Wile, 6:15p.m.; MNarianna <
at Nosley. 5:30 p.m., and
Thursday Sneads at
Malone, 4 p.m.; Graceville
at Ponce De Leon, 6 p.m.,
and 7:15p.m.
Friday Poplar Springs
at Cottondale, 1 p.m., and
2:30 p.m.; Robert E Moh-
roe at Sneads, 4 p.m.

Chipola Men's
The Indians will be back.
in action this weekend
in Winter Haven, facing
Sante Fe on Saturday and'
Polk State on Sunday.-

Chipola Women's
The Chipola Lady,
Indians will returA home
Wednesday to take on
Brevard at 6 p.m.

The team is asking for
fans to bring a canned
food item to the game to
donate to a food bank.
, The Lady Indians will
* remain at home Friday
against The Rock at 5:30

ids' Christian
Basketball League
Upward Sports, a-
Christian sports league
for children, is coming to
Victory Baptist Church in
,Upward Sports teaches
sport fundamentals in an
environrient of healthy
competition, helping kids
to develop skills for the
sports arena and values for
life. Victory Baptist Church
offers basketball for kids
pre-K4 to 6th grade.
The deadline to register
is Jan. 16, Which is the first
week of practices.
Interested parties should
Contact Victory Baptist
Church today at 850-593-
6699 for more information

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for the paper is Jackson
County Floridan PO. Box
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Shawn'Jay-Z'Carter attends a press eventThursday announcing his Carnegie Hall performances
to benefit the United Way and the Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation in New York.

Jay-Z to raise money,

perform at Carnegie Hall
The Associated Press Eric Clapton,andWhitney Houston.
"I feel like they bent the rules so that it
NEW YORK Jay-Z didn't graduate could make sense for me right now, but,
from high school, but he's encouraging I'll take it," Jay-Z said with a laugh.
others to value their education. Jay-Z says performing at Carnegie Hall.
The rapper announced Thursday that is a big deal for hip-hop, and he's happy to
he will perform two shows at New York's bring the genre to greater heights.
Carniegie Hall in February to benefit the "Any time that I get a chance to expand
Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation and broaden the reach of hip-hop is a
and the United Way of NewYork City. great thing for me on a personal level," he,
"Education is super important," Jay-Z said, .
said. "I don't have a high school diploma The Brooklyn-born performer said he's
or. a college diploma, but still for me to excited to influence his community in
articulate, I had to have some form of ways outside of music. He saysgoingback
schooling to articulate my thoughts." to the Marcy Projects complex where he
S.The concerts will take place on Feb. 6 grewaup remains a moving experience.
and Feb. 7. Tickets in the private sale will He says he got the same feeling whenhe
range from $500 to $2500. recently went to Kanye West's old home.
The press conference announced Jay-Z in the South Side of Chicago.
, as the first solo hip-hop artist to play at "The inspiration and how happy the
the famed venue, though Wylcef Jean per-' people were, it just makes you feel really
formed there in 2001 with Stevie Wonder, good," he said.

Ask Mr. Ki^OWt-all


Q 1 recently read
about underwear
that blocks X-rays
for modest airline travel-
ers. I have a vague recol-
lection of hearing about
similar undergarments
being made manyyears
ago. Are you familiar with
such items?
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discovered'X-rays in 1895
and demonstrated how
they could penetrate the
human body to varying
degrees, rumors quickly
spread in London that
X-ray glasses would soon
be on the market that .
would allow wearers to

look through clothing and
see the naked body. just
as quickly as the rumors
dergarments were made
According to the story,
the clothingitem made
a small fortune for
the developer and the

Anniie's fWailbox

Dear Annie: I have three daughters, the
youngest of whom is 45. "Susan" has
not been in a relationship for five years,
and she has a severe drinking problem.
She has had two DW1 convictions and
lost her license for a year. She received
the usual counseling, did public service,:
paid a hefty fine and felt the embarrass-
nient of seeing her name published in
the local newspaper.
Susan doesn't seem to understand the
problems she has created within the
'family. When she drinks, she becomes
a different person, and I almost don't
recognize her.
She ruined my grandson's college
graduation parry, and my daughter-in-
law still holds a grudge.
Recently, herolder sister had a 50th
birthday celebration. Susan arrived
sober, but drank a bottle of wine and
then searched the cupboards for more
when she thought no one was watch-
ing. After we left, I was told that she was
loud and belligerent and kept drinking
long after everyone else had gone to bed;
People searched for her'car keys, but she
left them in the glove box and ended up.
driving herself home at 3a.m. No one


In this week's deals' one side or the other
has donebetter by refusing a trick that could
have been won. In this layout, declarer has
numerous chances for his 12th trick and
must decide in which order to try them.
How should South play in six diamonds
after West leads a trump?
South's two-diamond response, a strong
jump shift, showed either an excellent one-
suited hand or a two-suiter with diamonds
and clubs. North, with excellent minor-
suit cards, raised diamonds. Then South,
judging that North was unlikely to have
at best queen-high clubs, launched into
Declarer has 11 top tricks: one spade, one
heart, seven diamonds and.two clubs. He
should see that he might get the 12th winner
from hearts or clubs. But which suit should
he attack first?
Usually, the more cards in a suit, the bet-
ter. However, what is the best play for three
club tricks?
The correct line is to draw trumps and cash
dummy's ace and king of clubs. When the
queen does not appear, South plays a spade
to his ace and leads a club toward dummy.
Note that if East started with queen-four of
clubs, the heart finesse would still be avail-
able as a last resort.

wanted to call the police for fear that
Susan would lose her license, her job and
her apartment, but they were worried
Susan has been to AA, but doesn't stick
with it. She thinks her friends find her
amusing, but she's lost a lot of friends.
I've been to Al-Anon and know the rest is
up to'her. My question is: Do we con-
tinue to invite her to family functions? I
hate to see her destroying her health and.

Dear Mother Like many alcoholics,
Susan needs to hit rock bottom before
she will admit she needs help. And even
then, we suspect an. underlying depres-
sipn is interfering with her sobriety. Su-
san may be more willing to address that
aspect of her illness, so please urge her to"
talk to her doctor and get a referral to a
therapist. Whether to invite her to family
functions is up to you, but we recom-
mend she turn over her car keys as soon
as she arrives. Otherwise, callthe police
if she drives drunk. Better she loses her
job than her life- or causes. someone
else to lose theirs.


Dec. 21) Although you
love partnerships, you'll
be luckier when you oper-
ate independently.
Jan. 19) Don't base any
important arrangement
you make with another on
pure assumption.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) Some assignments
or duties delegated to oth-
ers might be ignored or go
unfinished, so don't rely
on anybody for anything
important that you need
to get done.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March
20) Don't be surprisedif
personsyou know socially
behave differently when,
doing business doing with
ARIES (March 21-April
19) Even though you're
likely to do well with most
circumstances, .there are
still certain situations.that
could give you trouble.
TAURUS (April 20-May
20), Although people
who know you well will
understand your way of.
doing things, not every-
body else will.,
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
Tasks you've done for a
,long time have the poten-
tial of going well, but jobs
you've never tackled be-
fore might give you a hard
CANCER (June 21-July22)
-When dealingwith oth-
ers, don't merely tell them
what you think they want
to hear from you, butbe as
frank and honest as pos-
sible about whatever it is
you're discussing.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
People in general tend
to be a bit self-involved, so
don't think it's you're fault
if they don't respond well
to what you're trying to doi
for them.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.22)
As long as everything is
going well for you, you'll
perform admirably.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
When your objectives
are clearly defined and
you do your part, things
will go well for you..
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
22) Even though you're
likely to know exactly what
you want to do and how to
.do it. your staying power
might be a bit weak.

Todayis the 345th day
of 2011 and the 80th day.
of autumn .
1941, the United States ,
declared war on Germany
and Italy.
Hector Berlioz"(1803-
1, 869), composer; Fiorello
.La Guardia (1882-1947),
NewYork City mayor;
Alexandr Solzhenitsyn
(1918-2008), novelist/
dissident; Rita Moreno
(1931-), actress; John
Kerry (1943-), sena-.
tor; Teri Garr (1949-),
actress; Mo'Nique
(1967-), actress; Mos Def
(1973-), actor/rapper;
l Hailee Steinfeld, (1996-),
2009, pro-golfer Tiger
Woods announced he
was taking "an indefinite
break" from the sport due
to chaos in his personal
17, which set records for
the longest lunar surface
exploration and the most
lunar material collected,;
remains the most recent
inanned lunar mission.'
million Alex Rodri-
guez's estimated total
earnings in 2011, mak-
ing him the highest paid
baseball player.

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S omehow it all seems
fitting; sitting on
the bank, feet in the
mud, leisurelyangling for
channel catfish. The over-
turned five-gallon bucket
imprints a red-rimmed
circle on my butt through
the denim of my well-
worn jeans. The gore of
freshly dissected cut bait
and sun-ripened chicken
livers is drying to a thick,
sticky crust on my palms
and turning into reddish-
brown putty beneath my
fingernails. The resulting
fragrance is such that I
would not be surprised
to see a circle of soaring
vultures in the sky directly
overhead. Reminds me
some of a disgusting
stinkbait once concocted
by the demented mind of
Cletus Monroe.
Yet, here I am, disgust-
ingly happy and mouth-
wateringly hungry.
Strange, isn't it, how the
anticipated aroma of
breaded catfish fillets in
hot grease so easily over-
comes the odor associated
with their capture?
Yep,'it all seems fitting.
somehow. Like this is pr.-"'
cisely the plhce I should '
be at this given point in .
time. It is a .most pleasant
reverie. I am in many ways
a boy again. The outdoor
writer whose life is nor-
mally inundated with the
glitz and glamour of the
tournament bass fishing
circuit and steeped in the
mythical tradition of Eng-
lish tweed, pipe smoke,
and mountain trout, has
returned this day to his
Deep-South roots. I can

barely resist the urge to
kick off my shoes and
dig my toes into the mud
at the water's edge. The
plug of Red Man in my
mouth could have been
stolen from my grandpa's
Today's fishing buddy
smiles knowingly. He's
not Cletus, who wouldn't
understand or tolerate
my lapse into sentimental
nostalgia. He reads me
well, very much aware
that I feel this way on a
quiet Sunday morning
beside the still waters of a
small back-in-the-woods
fish pond.
"Some things you just
don't outgrow," he said.
"When it's all said and
done, I'l-stilltake plain
old catfishing over any
other kind."
.. "I see your point,".,I
answer, not at all ashamed
-.that sbme urbane' sophis-
ticate might spy
doing what common folks
do and loving every min-
ute of it. Too bad many of
us have come to view such
an activity as being just a
bit beneath us. Heck, this
is Huck Finn and Jim stuff.
I'm loving it.
I have run nonstop most'
of this weekend, jumping
from guide to guide, boat
to boat, interview to

, interview, in search of sto-
ry material. During down
times I've stressed myself
over malfunctioning cam-
eras and dying batteries in
my tape recorder, cursing
all my looming deadlines.
Today, however;I have'
saved myself just by sitting
down on the bank of a
catfish pond. Who'd have
thought it?
Best of all, today F
unearthed more stories
in just two hours than I
could possibly have dug
up during the past two
days of harried searching.
This is a place for story-
telling. It is a place like the
places where such stories
were born years ago.
I hear of my buddy's dad
and fishing trips past. He
hears of my grandfather
and like excursions. We
swap favorite catfish bait
recipes, many of which
I have not thought of in
years. We laugh together,
grow nostalgic at times,
and even debate and
argue once in awhile. All
this is fodder for the cre-
ative mill. I shall go home
with my mind in better
shape than it has been in
months. Mud, filthy hands
and smelly fingers be
There is but one notion
that clouds today's unusu-
ally clear thoughts. It is
Sunday, and some folks
(including my mother)
will surely wag fingers -
and pass judgment that
I should be starched and
ironed and sitting on a
- church pew instead of
being where I am. They
could be right, I suppose.

I don't pretend to know
about such things. Rightly
or wrongly, I never give
much thought to it.
I do know one thing,
though. This simple cat-
fish pond, carved into the

earth years ago and aban-
doned in lieu of other agri-
cultural pursuits, is a good
place for ol' Bob to be at
this particular moment.
Somehow it breathes new
life into me.

I think hard on that and
soon my mind is made up.
Despite what some
might say, I don't believe
the Lord minds my being
here at all. Leastwise, I
hope not!

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(ARA) While the winter months bring the joys of snowy
days, holiday feasts and New Year's resolutions, they can
also be a challenging time to stay healthy especially for
people living with diabetes. Certified Diabetes Educator
(CDE) Lara Hassan dotes that maintaining blood sugar
levels during the winier months can be done.
"Nearly 26 million Americans are living with diabetes:'
says Hassan, a registered dietitian and a CDE on the Sanofi
US CDE Help Team. "When setting goals and resolutions
.for,the New Year, it is extremely important to remember
that just a few simple decisions' can help those living with
diabetes better maintain their blood sugar levels:' Below are
a few of her helpful tips: -

Watch the starches
The winter months are notorious for their adverse ,effect
on our waistline, predominately due to the abundance of
holiday meals and parties. Hassan's golden rule: Up your
vegetable intake and prepare no more than two starchy
dishes when preparing meals. When it comes time to hit
the buffet, Hassan says to scan the selection first and
then decide what you want. Though drinks like hot cocoa
and eggnog may be seasonal favorites, Hassan suggests
opting for lower carbohydrate beverages such as seltzer or
diet cola.

Maintain physical activity
Though the tendency during the cold .months may be
to hunker down in front of the fireplace, it is extremely
important to maintain physical activity. If you can't make it
to the gym or do not want to brave the outdoors for a walk,
Hassan suggests finding alternate sources of exercise,
such as walking down every aisle at the grocery store or
taking an extra lap or two around the mall while shopping.
Simple things like walking around the house while on the
phone or stretching during TV commercials can also make
a difference.

Keep on track with treatment
While the temptation to cheat on your diet or routine may
be greater.during the winter, Hassan reminds her patients
that adherence to treatment is paramount: "Things like ski
trips and long-distance vacations can interfere with your
usual habits. Skipping or delaying your treatment can make
your: blood sugar levels harder to control." You must test
your blood sugar levels while using insulin. Do not make
any your dose or type of insulin without talking
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fast heartbeat, and blurred vision. Severe hypoglycemia
may be serious and life threatening. It may cause harm to
your heart or brain. Other possible side effects may include
injection site reactions, including changes in fat tissue at
the injection site, and allergic reactions, including itching
and rash. In rare cases, some allergic reactions may be life -.
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Fishing Reports

Bass have been good late-
ly and cooler weather has
caused the fish to concen-
trate and become active.
Approaching cold weather,
however, is likely to put an
end to this. At this point,
largemouths can be found
in the migration "ditches"'
and on main-lake grass
flats where they have been

hitting crankbaits and Tex-
as-rig worms. Expect the
bass to move deeper over
the next several days.

Though sizes are not
all that impressive, bass
have recently been taken
in good numbers using a
variety of methods. Ledges
and points have produced

some reasonably good
crankbait fishing. For a
slower presentation, try a
Carolina-rig lizard in these
same areas. Spinnerbaits
and crankbaits have been
paying off up the creeks. If
current weather reports for
early in the week prove ac-
curate, expect the bass to
possibly return to deeper
water and suspend.
Crappies may still be

caught using typical cool-
weather methods. Fish
size remains good. Crappie
activity should continue,
hinging on anglers' desire
to brave the cold weather.


For bass, move into the

main river and fish. the
'ledges with jig-and-pig
combos. Most fish are
coming from ledges in
spots where current flow
is at a minimum. Deeper
tributaries may also hold
a few bass that will fall
for a slowly presented
. Crappies are slow in the
main run of the river, but
some fair catches may be

taken from deeper struc-
ture near some of the creek
mouths. Some bank fish-
ermen have taken some
crappies from the tailwater
areas of both dams.
Generation schedules, pool levels,
and other such information for
area waterways may be obtained
by calling toll-free 1-888-771-4601.
Follow the recorded instructions
and access the touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River System.

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06' md#9996 John Deere 6-row cotton picker
1026 eng. hrs. 772 fan hrs., 08 md#9996 John
Deere 6-row cotton picker 982 eng. hrs. 624 fan
hrs. Mud Hog, LMC Bowl Buggy all exc. cond.
kept under shed. Call; Kendall Cooper 334-703-
0978 or 334-775-3749 ext. 102, 334-775-3423.

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Now Open Jackson Farms U-Plck Tomatoes
& Peppers! Bring your own bucket
7 days a week. 850-592-5579

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& Mustard Greens!

220 W. Hwy 52 Malvern
334-793-6690 **




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Wanted: Old Coins, Gold,
Diamonds, Guns, And Tools
West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440.

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SALE/BUY your things with us new and
used toys, cribs, swings, walkers, formula,
Etc.. Also 30 day "u tag" avail. 1330 Hartford
Hwy Suite 1, Dothan Call 334-794-6692 or
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Tree ype satsumas nd grapefruit harvested
daily $20 bags, location of grove Hwy 73 south
and Laramore Road Marianna, FL; follow signs
S to Bar L Ranch for r~ore info call (850)209-5506
S Visit us to find great gifts for Christmas ,
birthdays or any occasion. Don't waste time in
i' es at the:malls or big box stores we ship
straight to your door and as always shipping is
free. We hafv Children'toys, men cologne,
hunting gear, jieelry, xbox games and more.
KEWLSTORE.COM'as Kewl as it gets.

2 Male (1 neutered), 1 FM (spayed) Adult cats
for Adoption 334-712-2121 ,

Adult Husky/Shepherd Mix, Male for Adoption,
Beautiful BLUE EYES! 334-712-2121

MAS $1,200 FOR BULLDOG, and $1,250 for
BULLMASTIFF; 334-806-5911
Blond FM Beagle Mix 1 yr old, Very Playful up
for adoption. Dothan 334-712-2121
BOXER PUPS AKC: will be ready for christmas.
tails have been docked and dew claws re-
moved. taking deposits now. Pickup will be two
days before christmas or christmas eve. two
solid white pups, the others are flashy brindle.
both parents are on site. $350. (334)692-5335.
Leave a message.,
V Christmas babies are ready Yorides $400.
& up, Shlh-a-poos $275.Yorkle-poos $300.,
Chi-a-poos $125; Chinese Crested $450.
Maltese $50. Shorkles $225. Chihuahua $250.
Older [puppies avail. $100. 334-718-4886.

CKC Toy Chihuahua pupple 2 -females
black & white 1st shots & wormed,
Ready to go NOW! 850-579-8895.

Is proud to .announce a champion sired litter.
Will be ready with cold noses for warm'
hearts at Christmas. 3 generational pedigree,
. shots, and up to date health certificate
included. Some retired breeders
for sale as well. 850-482-8261

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application fee. We pay water, sewer,
and trash service. 4052 Old Cottondale
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BR Apartment, 3145 A Redbud Lane, Blue
Sprngs, Built '08, energy efficient, $525/mo
$500 dep. 1 year lease, small pets ok with
deposit. Call 850-693-0570 Iv msg.

2BR/1BA Conicrete block Rental in Marianna,
Tile floors, washer h/u, pets ok. $300/mo + $30
credit/bkgrnd ck. Additional houses and
apartments in Graceville 850-263-5753
2BR 1BA house, Baker Ave, Marianna. Fenced
backyard, DW, Stove, Frig, Washe $580/mo,
$600 dep.. 1 year lease, small pets ok with
deposit. Call 850-693-0570 IV msq.
P 3BR 1 BA House, 3222 Bobkat Rd
(Dogwood Hts) I car garage,
fenced, $695 +dep. Text first
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"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business"
Large 3BR 2BA Brick Home w/fish in pond &
deer in back yard $850/mo. also, 3BR 2BA Brick
Home. $650. Both in Alford lease, dep. & ref.
req. on both. 850-579-4317/866-1965
2/2 Mobile Home $450 + deposit, appliances,
washer & dryer, water/garbage & sewer in-
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pets, Central Heat &'Air $400-$450 850-258-
1594 leave message
S2&3BRMH's in
Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595.
3BR 2BA MH $500 2BR 1BA $350, Clean, CH/A,
located In Sneads. No Pets, 850-593-5251/573-

3BR 2BA MH In Marianna. $500/mo. Small pets
k o with deposit 850-573-6307/48 9

3BR/2BA Mobile Home on 5 Ac off of Rocky
Creek Rd. Refference Required. $550. Month
1st/Last/$450dep. Call 772-577-0223

For Rent Greenwood, Marianna &
Cottondale, starting @ $375/mo...
Water/sewage/garbage/ lawn maint.
Included. 850-593-4700

Lg 3/2 $625 Quiet, well maintained Park,
Water/sewer/garb/lawn included. 2/1 Duplex,
Diana Lh' Near Citizens Lodge. $495
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Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR Mobile Homes.
Lot rent included. Also available,
1 & 2BR Apts & Houses. For details
S 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4m

'04 Kawasaki KVF 700 Camo, 4-Wheeler,
garaged kept. Only 25 hrs. used. like new,
$4800. 334-648-3217 t
Honda.Foreman ES 4x4 Atv's. Two 2003 models.,
Both hive less than 125 hours. Both recently,
serviced. Both excellent condition. $2,500, each
firm. Call 334-774-3737 between 8 am and 8 pm
Yamaha '11 Raptor 700R: well maintained,,
excellent condition, low hours, essentialextras,
blue, $7,800. Call 334-432-5800

X me Packages From
Xtreme $495
R ,All Welded
Bo ts l AlAluminum Boats

5th Wheel: 28 ft Cardinal LX 5th wheel and
Chevy Silverado Dually, low mileage. $14,000
for both. 334-793-1721

Dixie RV SuperStores
FL's Newest RV Dealer
*Store Hours'
21 Acres / 30 Brands New and Pre-Owneql
Newmar 0 Keystone E Heartland Jayco
Fleetwood Prime Time Coachmen
Forest River
Service Department
Parts and Acces. Store
RV. Collision Center

Located off 1-10 Exit 70 / SR285
328 Green Acres Dr.
De Funiak Springs, FL 32435
Sales and Service: 850-951-1000
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TOW DOLLY: DEMCO Kar Kaddy II tow dolly
with hydraulic surge brakes, auto-steer
wheels, 3 new tires (including spare) $1,000
OBO. Call 334-701-7849 or 334-886-7226

34FT Stationary Motor Home for Rent
Highest rated RV Park in SE Alabama.
9 miles to Ozark/Ft. Rucker gate. Perfect for
1 or 2 people. No Deposit. WIFI, & C able TV.
$550. Month. Call 334-774-3219

'07 Hyundai Accent 2DR, 4 cyl. white, auto-
Smatic, Pwr. steering/brakes. AC, am/fm/cd,
exc. cond. no accidents 110K mi.
$5500. Or Best Offer 334-389-3071.
BMW '07 3281, 65K mi. Silver, 4-door,
FULLY LOADED! $17,500 334-726-9500
S' _.-.'*. Buick'97 Skylark Limited:
B lue in color. 4 door,' auto-
matic, power locks; power,
windows, AC, AM/FMWI CD.
SRuns good. $2,000 OBO.
For more info call 334-805502. .

Chevrolet '00 Cavalier, 2 dr, New Tires, Runs
Good, $4200 334-347-9829 Day Or Evening
Ford '07 Escape, Fully Loaded, Power Locks, :
Power windows, Moon Roof, Well Kept,
100k mi. Good Condition, $9,000 OBO
717-824-6053 (DOTHAN)
i. uncoln '08 Towncar
.. Signature Limited:
Silver, gray leather
interior, garage kept,.
only 18k miles, fully loaded, power everything..
Must See this car!! $24,500. Call 334-792-7050


Mercury '97 Cougar XR7: 30th Annivrsary.
One clean car! 93k miles, new motor @ 47k
due to intake recall, 4 wheel independent
suspension, 4 wheel disc brakes, 1 owner,
garage kept, wife driven. $4,500. Call 334-693-
3330 or 334-685-7706 and ask for Donny or Dee.

Nissan '05 Maxima: Great deal! Clean,
one owner-car that has 49,000 miles on the
engine. Engine has 2 year warranty. Asking
$11,500 but will negotiate. Call 334-692-4120.
Soldsmobile 71 Cutlass
Supreme Convertible.
Red with white top and
308,pholstery. PS, PB. sAC,
^8 track, electric windows,
350V8,bucket seats, rallye wheels. Automatic
transmission. Runs well. Need garage space.
$10,500. Call 334-792-1171 or 334-792-3058.
Toyota '03 Camry: Champagne, cloth interior, ,
56k miles, fully loaded, brand new tires.;
See td appreciate! $9,275. Call 334-792-2829
Please leave message.
T.. Toyota '05 Avalon
Limited Edition:
AA one owner, desert sand
mica with tan leather
interior, fully loaded,
45k miles, excellent
condition. $16,500. Call 334-347-7923

Interior, awesome
sound system, power
Windows & locks,;
perfect starter car, great gas mileage,
91k miles, $11,500. Call 334-726-3136

Harley Davidson '07
Softail custom with ex-
tras, 1,700 miles. $14,000.
Call Dean 334-406-0043.

Harley Davidson '09 Motorcycles (2), 883 L, low
miles, 1 black, I red $5000 each 850-419-9194
HONDA '07 CRF-230F 4-STROKE ,$2500.
Honda CRF-80F '07 $1500, Yamaha TTR50 '05
$750 334-718-5149

Chevrolet '11 Tahoe LT, LOADED, White, All
Leather, Captain's Chairs, DVD System, 3k
Miles. $39.500 Excellent Condition, LIKE NEW
Ford '96 Explorer XLT, LOADED! 214K Mi.
$1900 334-400-3736

Fleet Mechanic.
Fleet Maintenance is responsible for
maintenance and repair of mechanical
equipment (truck, tractor, trailer,
refrigeration, etc.).
Required: 1 year certificate from college
or technical school or 3 years related
experience and Class B CDL.

Maintenance (Machine).
Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for
repairing machines and other equipment.
Qualifications/Requirements: Minimum
age of 18 years old, verifiable Class A
welding experience, verifiable mechanical
maintenance experience or training is
mandatory, verifiable electrician
experience or training is preferred, able to/
obtain respiratory fitness certification,
available to work 12 hours shifts- some six'
day weeks, nights, weekends and
Overtime, experience with common
equipment operating systems, boilers, air
compressors, cooling systems is preferred,
must be able to lift 50 Ibs. above six feet,
pull/push 300 Ibs. with hand held dolly,
must be able to work in hot and cold .
climates both indoors and outdoors.,
Criminal & employment history
background will be conducted.


Great benefits package to include BCBS
Medical & Dental, 401k, vacation/personal
-time, STD, and Life insurance.

Qualified applicants only and apply at
The Dothan Career Center located at
787 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, AL 36301

Borden Dairy of AL, LLC is a EOE/AAP & A
Drug free workplace.

Analyst Marketing/Sales

The Alabama Newspaper Group of Media General is seeking a marketing professional
with strong organizational skills to take on the role as special projects coordinator/
Newspapers in Education coordinator.
This position requires a person who is proficient in Adobe InDesign, understands how to
effectively utilize new media platforms to effectively market and our products, grow
audience and help open new-revenue streams. This person must be willing to learn new
,skills and be eager to take on new tasks that challenge personal comfort zones and require
professional development. Two years of marketing/advertising experience is preferred.
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in relevant experience in marketing and/or communication
required. A can-do attitude that focuses on goals and not obstacles a must.

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Jeep '02 Wrangler Sport,
S A/C, power locks, tilt
cruise, air, AM/FM, Hard
Top/Soft Top. $4,300.
Call 213-985-2930

Jeep '03 Wrangler Sport 4x4, white, big tires,
tow pkg, 46k miles, $13,000 850-419-9194
Lincoln '06 Navigator,
Fully Loaded with Sun
SRoof. THX Sound with
DVD & 6-Disk Player.
Excellent Condition.
New Tires. $19,500 Firm
Nissan '03 Pathfinder. V6, 173k mi.
Runs Very Good. Cold Air, Very Clean.
$6200 OBO 334-794-5780

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Nissan '04 Xterra, Low Miles; 53,800 mi.
1-Owner, Excellent Condition. $10,995
334-714-2129 of 334-790-4167
SUV Toyota '08 Rav-4 3rd seat, drop down
dvd, 45K mi. 1-owner, excellent condition, new
tires, $18,00. 334-899-5703
- i,.. Toyota '06 4-Runner.
.s Black. One owner. Only
53,500 miles. Leather
seats, 6 disc CD changer,
moon roof, rear spoiler,
etc. (It has all the extras) $23,500. In excellent
condition. Please call 334-596-2242.

'61 Massey Ferguson 50 Tractor
with front end loader $3800.
334-677-7748 or.334-803-7210

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.these outstanding opportunities at D. Ray James Correctional Facility in Folkston, Georgia' Managed
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Baby Stroller, neutral color, $30 OBO 850-209-'
Barbie Wizard of Oz dolls, boxed set of 4. $100
Bar Stools, (2) Green $20 for both
Ceiling Fan', 52", wood grain $20 850-326-5905
Blue Fox Fur Coat'(White) Originally $1400, in
Excellent Condition. Asking $500. 334-693-2204.
Bowflex Extreme Exercise Station, like new, pd
over $2000, will sacrifice for $500 850-569-2194
Children Dirt Bikei:110 run master, green,
4 speed auto, gas powered, excellent condition.
Webb, AL. Great Christmas Gift!! $300.
Call 334-805-6570
Clawfoot Bath Tub, needs refinishing, $200
OBO 850-209-6977 before 5pm -
Compound Miter Saw, 10", 13amp motor
w/xtra blade $100 OBO 850-209-6977/569-2705
Concrete cylinders. 1'L x 6" diameter. $3 each
or LOT of 81 for $175. 693-9961 Marianna
Concrete table. 40" Round w/concrete base &
umbrella hole $150. 850-693-9961 Marianna
Dbl Convection oven: Decor, 30", stainless,
w/optional cabinet."$100." Oven $300. 673-0910
Dryer, white, Washer, almond good condi-
tion, $100 each 850-482-3267
Engine for 1991 Jimmy, 4.3 Itr V6, runs fine,
$500 50-569-2194
Entertainment Center, solid oak, $200 OBO,

Entertainment Center White.48"Wx60"Hx20"D
58.05$ 0*482-2636 Marianna

Entertainment Center with TV $300 850-526-

Exercise Bike: wks upper/lower.body, looks
rough, dirty, wks 100% $50 850-569-2194
Free Cats to GOOD home Neutered/Spayed,
shots current, Different Colors 850-482-4896
Front & Storm Door for MH, 32x76 $75
Twin Bed w/rails& bxspring $50 850-326-5905

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Hammond Organ, Leslie Speaker, Rhythm Sec-
tion, pedals, bench $500 Firm 850-526-1414
Large Dog House, Any Color, Shigle Roof,
I Will Deliver $120, 334-794-5780 Dothan
Night Stand with one drawer, med. ak color
$15 850-209-4500 '
Piano, console style, good condition,,$500 cash
preferred. 850-526-3474
PISTOL, Ruegar 45 Long Colt, New Vaquaro,
$500 850-557-3343
Playstation 3 with 6 games and 1 controller,
$300 850-491-9432
S Porch/Lawn Swing With Chains,
Will Deliver. $85 334-794-5780
Pure Platinum Coin 1/10 ounce platinum,
$230 850-569-2194
Purse: Coach Purse, Poppy, gold and tan,
excellent condition $80.OBO Call 334-389-7452
Radar Detector: Cobra Trapshooter, good con-
dition $45 850-569-2194
Shoes, New Balance, Size 8W. Leather, New
Condition $20 334-389-6069
Show her she's beautiful. Mirror, full length
cherry wood easle style. $50 OBO 8502094500
Sofa and love seat: Chocolate. Asking for $300
or best offer. Aminah 850-557-1454
Stove top: GE, Monogram cermanic, 36" black,
excellent condition $225. Call 334-673-0910
Toddler Carseat, neutral color, $25 OBO 850-
TV Stand. Glass, .3 Tiers, Black wood finish,
Only $50. 850-693-9961 Marianna
Wedding Dress Size 8 tag still Inside -sequins
long sleeves $89. 850-592-8769 .
Wine Cooler: 'New Frigidair6 38 bottle. Reg
$399, asking $300 obo. 850-209-2506
Woodbumling Stove: Heat with wood Potbelly
style $399. Charlie 850-592-8769 Dellwood FL L

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Ford '77 F150: Gray, 4WD, standard trans.,
i l ll =I .ILgood condition, 2 owners, clean title.
$3000. Call 334-447-5316
Chevy '92 Sllverado, black, extended cab, 350'
engine, automatic, runs good, $1500 850-209-
8323 FORD'89 F150,4wh, 4x4
SDewoo '98 220 LC3 Solar Ex- Auto, $4,600 or reasonable
cavator low hours, $40.000 offer. Call 229-334-8520.

Dodge '02 Ram: Black Quad cab, V8, 4 x 4, 5.9 International Tractor F1466 145HP diesel,
liter, New Engine, new supsenion, shocks, red in color $5000.334-898-7995 or
'tires, and brake, and 20" rims.'
Price to Sell $10,000. Call 850-272-2713 305-343-9790 (2761 Coffee Springs Rd. 36318)
Ford '08 Kings Ranch F150: Stone green with Isuzu FTR '02 white in color 24ft. box truck witi
saddle leather interior, 4 door, fully loaded, approx. 140K miles. Good shape $14,900. OBO
heated seats, fiberglass bed cover, sprayed in Call: 334-299-0300.
liner, new tires, 45k miles, running board, bug
shelled, Service record available. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
$29,900. Call 334-618-7682 Your source for selling and buying!

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(850) 526-2891 850) 526.2891
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Ed McCoy, Realtor"'
Cell-(850) 573-6198

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S septic tank, barn and lots of storage spic; A dLIw, ird'm>>e,:,ri 61
acres. (MIS 240090' REDUCED $89,900.

DiscoteI the %&orld of .
country UliIng in thi s 3 a
bedroom, 2 bath cedar
fraine, hoine on 2.43 / ,'/,
mp you plenty, of pniacy. Large screened from porch for
eirg rel.uaiuonri Also includes attached garage and '
large derjched woihp Call N50-526-2891 lor locanon.
Won'I las Jt dus REDUCED PRICE!! MLS 245106
Price Now 49,900.

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c.unterio. lne, car. From Ed McCoy
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oors, large open liv-
ing/dirang and bichen areas, sunoom with six French COLNTRY LIVING!!
doors opcug CDnto deck Home has upper and lower decks Love 2 dmidrom .:inmerr
on back. also included is large workshop RV shed and dock ilh 1 l t" iop'd back
on lie lake irh cuocreddeck. porcoia c:h full lidogl
BIG PRICE REDUCTION!! MLS244756 $194,000. qp ,hure l'"In has beer,
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3 bedroom, 2 bath
brick home with spa-
claus rooms, gage GREAT PLACE TO
enrclo'cd for a den, covered fronl and back porches. START i(,mibn, .i Ofhme
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and ',Lril i.'rJ Plenrri roomm i[r bc"rse' and r ountri o* l h :,' .,,:.u T"1 t,' .:. :.t,"
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NMI.S 238581 PRICE REDUCED $42,001).

35 Acres with some trees, most cleared
#243171 $62,900
37 Acres Natural spring runs thru property
# 243172 $66,600.
120 Acres, some planted pines. eill divide in half.
#239710 $216,000.
73 Acres. Lot of wildlife for great hunting.
#244977 $109,500.
97 Acres. Close to Industral Park. Greal Invesunent.
#239489 $184,300.
4.13 As. Level lot at end of road. No restrictions.
#244786 $20,000
5 Ac. On paied road. Build or put MNobile Home.
#242042 514,500.
AW'ESONIE & THEN SOME. Ciusom bail]t twoo stary I Ac. Wooded lot close to town. Nd Restrictions.
home uoiL mrany extra fejrures including a guest house #244205 $11,000
Three car garage. molcr home bshed and exceptional land.
escaping ihS ltriganon in from. Call Oida Morns for you
personal av,&ug of thN, excepuional home NIS 2440 EVERY NOa & THEN.
$299,900. A dcl d,,mo po-ad ou
can'I reu e' T'hi 2 bteJ.
'o'|| 2 haalfer' i rith b uit
'Bevely Thomas are. 5r hm ,
850-209-5211 .n,trui lr, 4 arnd .aell
8 2. aird..rd h-- hr sailed ,:.i Ir e ai llJ pl I a pine.r Ie '.f ur'v iva, ntd.
IFOR LESS!! Get ncLS 218580 $6..0so0.
more of everyday
space in thihI 3 b d
room. 2 bath home OUR OWN LITTLE
S.. locjite l a 2 acrs in CORNER!! La.l. .lI
a gSadncigbtrhood Spamousa .ing/dmnrg and kitchen. (hi' 2 dt',,aa:,ff, rice t .i-
la: e t il) ro m Sezs r rI ars. o ,en porch, landscaped yard 0 tlartg r.,.,,lr h. ranI c ,tr,
an carpor TS '5154 $99,000. la-t L I..aruis raltiude
OCS i'pdl inI .a.yl. -'lamoka. aa. reir__ra..r acr. o hood
Stnl P-era ,1 ':.d1ll anad r,:,ff' re S, f,,r mn,',.n NLS 24089it3

VALUE! Qualir, ot ar.di
"-'"- plai, a'I' l 3 tiir'l ., '',J 2
m laiiri, t nd',atd had.
p. .i ips, 'ah lila fal lub. Latig
mctal p Ole t faf'r real hsailalog at 'stage .inl an, allJatfil gia'aks
'v RU ..T lafs.,pinl. MLS 2445o $at17,900.i
READY, SET, GO!! Lovely brick home with metal roof
located on7 14 .acres not far from losn and the B OUTSTANDIl4GINITS
River for al otour great ftiung trnps. Home feamres 3 'FIELD! Over 80 acres
bedrooms, 2 bath', den. screened portb and security surrounds" this 4 br, 3 ba
S'lem Aceage fearurco r'o ponds and wooded area is brick home with large
baclk forrivac. brick inset wood burning
PRICEREDLrCED!! NTS 243922 $170,000. heater lots of cabitiets
and island stove in the kitchbn,.huge master bedroom with built in
Ellen M harsh shelving in closet and bath. Approximately 40 acres'n pasture, 3
8 acre spring fed pond and rest in planted pines. Quiet country living.
850-209-'109Q BIG PRICE REDUCTION.'MLS 241108 $289,000. .. a

Spacious 3 bedroom, DREAM is to be close
2 bath home with to great fisting and this
completely remoldd sheideallcation.
bathrooms, formal liv. Home on coiner lot with
.. a cing room, large kitch-. 2 bedrooms and a' large
a/din/ ng combo and enclosed building for workshop or boat storage. Very nice eet away,

tlie creed ba. a porch Localed on corner lot in ertab- orretirementhome. M .LS 244267 $59,900.
h.fied riadcnual rneighb:.rhood MLS 244970 574,000.

Lovelv iri-level .1 MANUFACTURED
bedroom home with na-, with open floor
fireplace in lamd, '' r.. 3 bedrooms and 2
room, mrce screened btrA, Garden tub and
porch thtaai oIierlo ma n d,:.,dte vanity in master
ou- nd pool, attached bath, vinyl and carpet flooring and handicap provisions. Great home
garage and adjacent loft could be another bedroom or game for retirement or first time buyer. MLS 244524 $59,500.
room. Convemently located close to schools and shopping
Waterfront A-frame' START NG OUT hie
home oith oprn dc., n- drtci" m tiy
bedrooms, 2 bcths. hotl =I tflt ,ei d. rr,
ck, openorage ta ldmpe lights, ceiling fans, cabinets and countertops, electrical wiring, paint
Sad I..e a All g n I cS. and so much more. Don't let this one pass you by!!
le4cirn and l$1c00k >ard Allsitting on I acres. NES M 241372 $89,900.
24262, $140,000. : MLS 241372


n( it 5 :x ..a ia
o,. .""'" I ,Great Business oppor-
tunity for any retail
LAND FORSALE business or office.
.95 in Bridge Creek Sub $20,000 *Has drive thru window
1.60 Acres on Punhabd Road, Zoned Mixed Use,* $49500
50 Acres on Menins Mill Pond, Indian Springs Subdivision $125,000 nd parking. Apx.
CALL Ct'SH aRiRISON (80o 40s2790 124' on hbusy 4-lone
RENTAM IAVAILABLE Hwy 90 for Great Viibilty T affi median s for als to this 2,555 sq ft
3Cottondale City Ltmts. building. Natural gas hook-up and phase three electrical. Building has no
Oe i6e Space Available fixtures. Central H/A. You can make it what you want it to be. Selling "AS
Manianna, Full Strvice, *Starting at $300 per month IS" MLS#242650 $99,000.
Green Meadows Subdivision 3/2 1258 sq ft $850 per month
CALl('iRESIl ARRISON 42.171110 I The owners have
RENTALS AVAILABLE begun renovations
2954SuntlorlDr rianona 21, 700 Sq on the property,
2957 Stnilon SI, Mariana 312,1 353 Sqft pla ing firewae s ora
2793 Wandell St, Mranna 3/.5,1200 SqfI 'residential units. he
Callfor this Months RentaI SPECIAL! building's structure
All Rentals Require 1-yr Lease, First Maonthi Real andSeeuity Deposit is te a dit to 00 s uure fei

CALL STACY BORGeS @ (850) 573-1990 tonsist of three wings oaetwt
etral section that serveas the school's naditorium. One wing is divided
LAND FOR SALE into two unis that have been completely renovated and already producing
;iCompass Lake In the Hills. I acre $5,000/ income Unit one has two bedrooms and two baths and unit two has three
Grove St, Chlply '-V acre -5$21,500. (City lot in Washinglon County) l
AppalauTee 'r, Mariannae- I acre $34,000. (Indian Spdng, Golf CourL.) bedrlooi, two. 'oths: Apartments Retreat Center (hurtch There is SO
Shawnee Tr. Marianna 1.13 Acre $38,500 -(Indian Springs Subdivision) l much potential ftr this site in GREENWOOD located next to the city park
SHvy 90, Marianna 19.77 acres -~$59,000 a, ML 44287
CAI_,. STACY BORGES @{850) 573-1990S1

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Tractor, M9000 Kabota with Cab, air, radio, 675 Pontiac '04 Montana Van: Silver metallic with
hrs, exc. cond. $21,900 also: Round Hay Baler, gray interior, extended body, 46k miles, one
535 John Deere, $5,750 850-209-5694/850-593- owner, New tires, front and rear AC, power
2213 seats, power side door, CD/radio with XM,
cruise control, and much more. Clean and in
J( l i -. ) very good condition. Never WRECKED!
ie POW1 Price to Sell. $9,250. Call 334-333-0863

SCh c0 outthe, Clz ifi dWT.O

Ford'06 -350: 12 seat passenger van, good con- YOUR TOWING NEEDS!
edition, tow package, rear air, sony am-fm-cd,
h 5.4 V8, 126,000 miles, $8,100. 334-333-3368 ''l 4. 4 ft 7W Iv
Mercury '01 Villager A/C-AT 133K mi. PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS
very clean $3800. Exc. Cond.
S334-803-7210 or 334-677-7748 Contat Jason Harger at 334-791-2624


Indian Springs

5035 Hwy 90 'Hwphia people rrllrd..Um
Marianna, FL 32446 O"If-l'"
(850) 526-2478 .- l
Fax (850) 482-3121 nn lones.
,XE 0) -d l .ffS4,- Owner Broker. REALTOR
U.lNBELIE1ABLE $149,900 ; '50.09.9077
,^.h.' 7850-09-90770
,....... .Or Moaod.. GRI
d I,,, :Broker Associate
(850) 526-9516

A..B......... 4 .4. 38 Lafayette Street
..... ... ... .... ...i tL .. ... . .. Ih ...T... -,:.. ....... ...... h 8 Lanre s e h t ., .
REDUCED $12,700 Marianna, FL
GRABO RS C SE 850-482-0045 www.
AND 1 E ON i.. N r,
Lip, J,.IRealflhria.p.rtyco
Ma .. L,1. MUST SEFI Pr ced
Irahen Ri.Rig tfor a p maal,
., you can afford. 3/2
S.n Moaranna New
'"' ""*, """' " ." birch kitchen cab inets,
,. .. L .,,,,,- ML ,-I',, " i t,- ,ilur aucetslUe5 o
REDUCED 119.900 covering and pint inside look: hie new One car garage ONLY 579.900.
MD.r.'R.,.dJ. I 4. Hisiomic Marianna
,, ,,;,3 , -. . lHonie already re.
..,:'. 40_ .....t.. a. M.N.C .. stored Charact erand
-r-,'...-- ~o' ..... .Charm desuih hDeat
*p~r '*, :,I ,,.,' ..'-beauatiul home on
I -"E'laR' u Uss Steel. 1962Sq.
.*. . .I. ls E ,',7 f t,,',r'om.R Fl H heated and C oole d.
lCds %10 .Ii.r .NM : ,, c a s Enjoybeinouetide on your roni iude po ach
SKING $88,000 MLS # 240518 5169000
A,.J uo argiAeenwood. bis
... .,I 3Biv2Bmoh home
ICp, .T.- P -, ... -.. offers beauo ful Bro
Ian pier, LThe Fr.:: zilian har dwood and
coM i rl, ,.' porcela;n tile I floors
,, ,higha Ienegy, double
,,gro-"p pone, slidell idows:
,,..., ..-..1 I.. .-.., .... ,.. ,, 50 gallon hot water hemane Lennox HPX16 sp atsys ie m heolpump 16xd 6
'A- RL-It t11 RRI01% I, .4,: ,J,.screened posch, steel sal, 48x6l pole base r yeIyourR V ,/ amp service
CALL TODAYI $5.000 and a 20d workshop Country I;ng a s ai besltM '44622 5198,000
COiTOND LLEI ..-I-Ihs 3/2 home In
'4 . .Grand Ridge Qot
........, I.. .end aof the street io
with beautiful yard
crp I,-,ed mace0edBeautIUl home that's
. .. move-in ready for you and your lomly REDUCED S123 500 MLS# 244333
schools Call for your privateithowin today. t IlS HOME IS ALSOFOR RENT
550PERMONTH. MLS#239428 Call CRESHHARRISON -50482 Halfw'ay between
REDUCED$199,900 Marianna & Tallhobs.
S6. -.-. Buys Male on oHera
Ala'.".. ... r..2154 sq It H/C and
-rn. ,= ,,..-,25 acres fenced
.,--.:1 2 ,.t '. Some repairs needed to make this. country home ust off dire Charahoochee
Exdt of IntersItate 10 your bes invetmeni in Real Eftale MLS2441 50

JrtE s" f.. t *,v ,aL ,l.. Briti 3/2 home bwth
ON 69,900 sunroom, double car
gara ba deck
TN% E TORS! .. ,.,
: 1 ,.,,' ~ ..... ... Located on lunkle
-.. Rd. "It souih of
. "Chiahoochee ond
n .... r ..... Intersitae 10 A little TLC and minor repairs make this home a Great Buy of
S' ,,t.:..n I ... 51720,000. Closa to New Horse Tiacek coming to Gretna' MIS 244279
.. l., ,
. ... ... ,- 'LLI'u '" ....... ALTHA Cozy home
.rou,1 .,:,: : .- ...- ,,r, a. N .. ,,,T MLS 5 C.-en in sold s is' on
r 1FcI ,ILr ,I" I a.opxl acre. Pei Town
WOW- $49,900 Hall could poiAbly'
HOMEhaHbe rezoned lor a MI
Co LaOal i Pai:or Mixed Use
-,r_, i.. .. ')C Gty water Lors of
11 na B..11 Ia. .
I . . raia. a' flowers, shrubs and trees MLS#243726 S50.000
Ha,, I.,. .....L-.Go. Quiel Setting in Marn.
:....."...-..: m, .. REMODELED WITH EV.
p IHH B ..... a ,, r..:, NERVTIlNG NEW New
O" La'I'RtH sili S % B-,washel and dryerl On
REDUCED $19,900 Arcatil Street lst off
D C 1.D%%MH I ohf Merrif,. Mill Rood Look l0 is theign oat Hwy 90 near Metrls Mii Pondl
COTTONOLE CoTS 5129900MLS P241197.
a 'i I ro' "1 .. ." I" tVero ,NirelrBak Home
L,,,' 'l ... .3300sq.hfi. w/3 BI
s:r .l.a s ,, .. ...' and3.5BA Tworma.
leo BR sates each
.,,a..,...'.- .........-..,has a sating room/
r'... L .o. '..c,,.'.. ,,.' 'office Wnh walk in
aI, aL0tal0,)5l i closets, Formal din
.. S1 r ~ ango0 ,n um cvag loomhasosonehtnlreplaie 24X24 neroom Io8012
cot an O stoiecedar fence All the ameanaes of Compais Loke an rhe ,allsSubd,,.aaon
IOMPu'.S LAKE IN MUSTSEE CallOrarodayforanappoantment 5224 995 MLSO'245457

. Patuie land wnh Hay
,.., '.., Barn, workshop, ga-
,an .,, ,, a-... aa ...'.rage and pens all aet
.. a". :.... a.. .. ..a u Some woods ace io'
a..... ,.--. a..,..d,:..' ,, ..-. r a.,, .. -,.. rounding the pahlare
.. i ,.....h ,' 1 .. h i land ath the main entrance on a paved coad Back pafiure has access from
GRAB THIS AT $79,900 'Jane ,l.e Road Pomp for rigehion it being anstolled Fencing is complete
NUDcT RED A aroundd the poster. begaragen also ,ndudes one bedroom oportmenr with
MANUFACTURED katthen and bath ML5S243640
CAMPBELLTONI Lange Bu.ld your 'Dream
od0 om0 ofarge oiig aren Home on this 40 ocres
with separate family room 'Ust o0atid of Marion-
Kitlcoen haos na or cabinet na on a PAVED ROADI
space MB has arnoe walk "There is 0 stream
laina closet, eadnn lb tislathi s thr ough e
Beautiful roofed Screened rsnt porch. Large' deck off the breakfast area tha y pl0p0 0nd n sired
leads to a fenced yard. 2 wells,& 2 sopll lonks. Additional septic & well is r opre' your nodor and equipment as yoget ready to buld ont REDUCED
sufic lent fan up in 4 canpen. MLS 5445, Call STACY BORGES OR o S179,0001 Ownei lays 'Make and ffur"i MLS.'241485
ASKING $29,900
G edPRICE on this
2 Bedroom 1.5 Btaht'

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Jackson County Floridan *

Sunday, December 11, 2011 -11 B

Call for Top Price for

I also sell used parts
24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664 u


Got a Clunker
We'll be your Junker.!
We buy wrecked cars
and Farm Equip. at a
fair arid honest price!
$325. &upfor
Complete Cars CALL 334-7024323
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Call 334-818-1274 Your source for selling and buying!

4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446.
4850) 526-2891" .
Each Office, sIndepndel Ownel and Opd re
Pat Furr

Dnbbie Ronet-Smith
Pat Furr
furr 0@embarqmailcom
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price of $125,000'MLS#244503'

ON THE RIVER this is tho
one for you. What a vi e l Sit
on your deck, your balcony,
your lawn chair. Cedar sided
2/2, metal roof has semity
written all over it Yours for
$250,000. Phis an additional 2/ use s guest house on waierfrmnt lot available to
purchase $150,000 or $400,000 OBO for both MLS#245486.

3/2 custom quaitily built, 12ft
ceilings, granite counter tops,
travadtne flooring, top of the
line appliances, screened
inground salt water pool w/
pool house+MORE. A MUST


4630 Hwy. 90 Marlanna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891
S' Each Ofce independently Owned and Operated

4, Nant harkleroad
"'Realtor Associate,

G R',E A T
bedroom mble home

M hlal im 0 j ,1 Of I mr] aid
rkl'' r:pmis, Large pecaj I'n in 'rie 0 i. d pr' Iu k 'i: '
MLS 245320 $8,5. .

Approximniiely 4J 3 ,arc;
hal would be gcnAd 1fo
[an, cn i prhmftiho.-
es. Praopil) i.. Incd,a ,
lil riT iedpeoui l thi6A
iA d UacFge is irTiidnl ed b, ti re i -eeD Ce- k.r a liiu''r L I i- niCe
pIun-l MNILS 3384 $28.000.

OlderMsirn, ial nh r iNJt)
modea,cd bur a ti l l hia ii
.)tec uro .ien .gn H.ome
fearuies c hberli-vaun. 2
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ylaice d Ct tin taonfcil e malniI nCu f rl p.-r L., m
i. arctni ciltie IMST SE" AS 24.30614 $89,999.

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Im d,::r. o -m.rl ir .id" i Ie..: h r'- iu n -' i~In ir i cli.i r m" u ,I
carpor+ All located on, 0 acres. LS244297 $65,000.

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hominmr.dlih cadr- enlnd
dbibi, deal-. 0- e grncnvd

e i, i Midi.- v n, "'ed i'.' mi, -,r Do,anl i u-' i#' i'1. e rie ivm
IcLS 244u54 $4i4,900.

Presenting the 2011
,"Christmas in Jackson County"
ornament of.hope to raise funds for Easter
Seals Society. Inc. Dilmore"s Grist Mill,
1800's to present. An operational Antique
owned by J.W.Dillmore since 1977.

Call Century 21 Sunny South Properties:
to reserve your ornament. Priced at 12.50.
per ornament, some previous years are --
available. Delivery date will be the week of
November 28, 2011.

The Chamber of Commerce will also be
selling the ornaments this year.

We thank the people of Jackson County
and the Chamber for all the support in this
fund raising project. .

conuin '8 1 0 7+ acres $89,000 Marianna, FL 244442

S i .m n"e '1 i i i,"' .50 acre $35,000 Marianna, FL 242836
paned windows some new flooring, some new paint, new front door, pecan
trees, quiet street. $2500 allowance for buyers closing cost or updates. Price: 5+ acres $40,000 Marianna, FL 242754
$64,900 MLS# 245508

175 acres $175,000 Marianna, FL 242166

SlEBES l r, r,"i 24 acres $84,000 Graceville, FL 245524
r r .' 1,',.. 0.
II _"ln" "', ,.ii i 76+ acres $267,000 Graceville, FL 245453
ricJullul il r,.-, r ni- c il 1 1 i n :. n' i ,i : l .,.,,: 1r, . .1m
mII'I; i ulJ i uT. ii{i 'iri hi i i a lni r. l b'niii 1 11 iur. Ir i. f f U '
MLS.241152 Price $19ho00 78 acres $273,000 Graceville, FL 245446

1 xiAlln | v r.i t Ir ,178 acres $623,000 Graceville, FL 245520
A rair, Vn c a A,31I
,,1,,,,^.i oe,,r,',, t 1+ acre lot $17,000 Alford, FL 244172
walk-in closets, screened in front porch with a closed in side porch, storage
building, carport, all on 6 city lots, home has metal roof, with low utility bills.
Motivated Seller. Bring All Offers! Price: $64,900 MLS# 244457 41+ acres $149,900 Malone, FL 244646.
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Tim & Patsy Sapp Tim & Patsy Sapp
Broker Owner/Realtor, Broker Owner/Rlealtor,
Licensed Agent Uicensed Agent
Call L For All ur Call Us For All ur
Real Estate Neds Real Estate Needs

Excellent Buy in Town!
., ,, ILarge 2 bedroom .1 bath,
JIr 6--3Y ,,, d urdyhas had some updating but
nI n Tnin rlic -, needs more an crer aot;
central heat and air, largi
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241985 $12900 ML5N245437

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bitt.' b, ,rAul.ui i i ,a i 2/12 BA, built 2lJ41 An
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$529,000 MLS# 244996 .iinig ia. eilooknii g iri,,i eii d Price $249 900 ML5 S 244547

Nice 3 bedroom 2 bath Arie, eu lookin n for a Good
I ulre nde O i :I e i T.I r Bui weln re ,1 ,' 3
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i 9.900 MLS 244106 .. ii. .i.1 i Price 42900 MLS 24543l

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remodeiled in 2006 werl On tHWY 90a West th.
,"e, r.urT.e 3 10,000 sq h ud'.g ..9i ,*
", bedroom 2 ,atr', n: ie available. Paudi park,,u .,
l d eAle raIe..r..e with exhta unpaved parking
nfir WOOyi :.0li,, area, 9 500 I1 ti/ 3
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ii. .e, ilr. e r,.j. .daity bMli A llOr .' Pire. 98.900 MLS# 243881 .E. iel lc. aiternc i i a pioneii r,Tr u ir i,r n ru ir iir;In Pnce s 550,0008
ML50 244309

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Ibnn,reb split r, o'ir0r Localti hn nemadou:
pei.rn r.rrdr ,Orr air.d rnea eOpuurna e: inh -48 ft Or
& ricerami..: l n.nv.,n' Buir HWv' 90 Iroularg Piyr pty
f. i ,0 o tnla.lncig comes w hI ff,:.. lsrade
rlrnt r inr rI1,.. r'.r I 'ri al,, I i ienrlle ,l1, ,,, bir'll low ar auyei metal bu0durs and large
i .h- t IJ: r da I i r M- lnverl alUilS r.r, A Ai Onltnero Price $115000 cram rn, k I ra cr d nrh Po Qayoar a i a rera usaa corarl nia m rrr a ricity
MLSI 244572 w..iIr a no r riee..4 "rell witin h i ipu.T.i 1348 0u e tn ul 'tf ;p:a3(e a
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Mi;Farm. 3 edr m n appc:, r.r, nlv Price $449,00 MLSA 245402
Mini Farm. bedrvum _nr_-
home On 21 acre MOuI f .P
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bpirbirluni :ir ng r,, hung 8 ,ini[ai 3 ruai
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: ,''a : P r ,ce $ 132 900 M LS 24 2 162 -fdor. ile atlached
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SPrice $115.00 MLSa 242891
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Pnce $1690900 MLS c 244119 MLS244409 Priced to se2l al 25.000.

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Price $19500l MrLS 238 716 i Price. 29 000MLSO 244216

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lake S .2f1 e l Ioninge w.r, :: r phr.:r. I 111 1' 3
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,.v $ 1 ha0 i Pllt h [ I0 b. Ml n a u .. r5 c .2 C n R e
oow eal31 nuw A.frarere Very Mnlivbaled Seller Bang
Inr n rc.iuni w ra'nie r, Iniiyea Iu.nn 0 ta rra O1,3 ui, r la, .i, l I AIO Price 144 900 MLS 243183
ir iIri ," iurq r' i ry alr 1 .Ln,, n." A i 'i .h i a I' Ci. an3,, B, r. ur ,,i. Mii Prce 1209 000 MLSa 214521

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merIsble pump I year old
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n., a, ,,n : in i ...i iO nlu Ti ii en i'iri 1 t"r,'i di.'i iii C u n nu :,r,:; :rnm rxL tRiliG ALL 0FF'R1 Price 99 000 MLSA 245539
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etc Beal, Ir i plat e.flel iad Price 6299000 MLe 242979 IWIW WWlJnl W

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Panam n .ri Bear, v Fl x turned into hobby room, office, game room, paved driveway around house with circle
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u i.i r .eT .,Jn' ,, re :rlehai rea:n Price 1 i4. ,00 MLae handicap friendly Price:$209,000 MLS#237283
3 I ,].l he ,e .irn ar, n' I rar I Price $449.000 ML, .

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roof. Adetached storage building. A great buy @ only $59 90d. Show anytime.
Price $59 900 MLS. 245375
5 acres $20,000 Marianna, FL 245195

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