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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Vol.90 No. 149

Local 'water war brewing

Bascom aquifer

meeting draws

large crowd
The tri-state battle over management of the Apalachicola- MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
Chattahoochee-Flint river The city of Marianna's David
system is not the only "water Benton uses a grapple truck to
war" that's raging. A smaller pick up a pile of tree limbs near
but robust battle over the Flori- Noland Street on Friday. City
dan aquifer is brewing in tiny employees might see a bit more in
Bascom. their paychecks this fall if raises
The Northwest Florida Water discussed during preliminary talks
Management District is asking makeit into the final budget.
for more information from Sturgeon AquaFarms in Bascom regarding its request to draw significantly more water from the
aquifer that it now pumps. A
The owner wants to increase
its daily draw from the current
1.2 million gallons to an average daily of 5.7 million with a I MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
maximum of7.2 million on any A standing-room-only crowd gathered in Sneads City Hall Thursday afternoon to learn about Sturgeon given day as long as the month- AquaFarms and its plan to increase its water usage. lMalanna VS
ly totals average to 5.7 million M aa eyes
day. District estimates reviewing the tion supplies for on-land farms, of information that seemed to m lage rate, pay
The District has denied the application should take at least and the health of wildlife that settle the tension somewhat business a temporary permit it six to eight months, once it is are dependent oi the aquifer and opened the door to an im- raises budget also sought for an increased rate completed tothe satisfaction of the water is drawn ftom. promptu question and answer .
of withdrawal over the summer the agency District representa- A local citizen organized a session. workshop
-months as the larger, long term tive Lauren Engel indicated that meeting for public discussion Zaslavsky and Castro said BY ANGIECOOK permit process continues. an open District meeting likely of the dilemma, and that ses- 90 percent of the water drawn Saying the overall applica- will be held in early August to sion drew a standing room only will be returned to the aquifer tion is incomplete, the agency inform and take questions from crowd to Sneads City Hall on in a continual recycling of the MARIANNA Property tax also has extended the period in the public. ,. Thursday night. It also drew resource after it is pulled into rates, employee pay raises and whichpublicinput will be taken The District isn't the only one representatives from the com- tanks as habitat for the farm's more were the talk in City Hall on the matter. In a June26 pub- wanting moreinforimation from pany, owner 'ik Zaslavsky sturgeon and then filtered to Thursday evening, as officials lic notice of the application's r the sturgeon farm. The request and his marketing manager, clear it of contamination it was convened for a worksho to submittal, the District -set a has drawn multiple objections Robert Castro. exposed to while above ground hammer out a draft of next year's
deadline of July 15 for commen- people in the community who After a period of sometimes in use. Some water evaporates, budget:. tary. That has been extended to fear that, especially in drought angry and otherwise emotional and the remaining water and According to City Finance Dicover the next severalweeks and times, the extradrawdown could comment by some in the crowd,. residue that settles to the rector Kim Applewhite, going months, with a new deadline negatively affect water supplies Zaslavsky and Castro came to into talks that night, just more
not yet specifically stated. The for drinking, agricultural irriga- the podium.Theyshared apiece See BASCOM, Page 10A than $200,000 was needed to balance the budget that takes
effect Oct. 1, start of the next fiscal year.
EAfter some discussion and rec,7 .ommendations by commissionWE APPRECIATE U ers, with the guidance of Applewhite, City Manager Jim Dean,
ore than 1,000 people turned out for the whiteCity Attorney Franagerk Bondurant

] W1, annual Marianna Farmers Market Cus- and several department heads,
,,.,,I tomer Appreciation Day on Saturday. They the working budget was back on
track, Key to making that hapwere greeted by a full house of vendors selling. ev- pen were adjustments to some
erything from honey and watermelons, to okra and requested expenditures, and
ford a tentative decision not to roll
soup, as well as music by Liz.Lee and Jonny Lipford back tentative millagedecision not to r ollate.
and an inflatable slide for the kids. The event also boasted an immense 72-pound watermelon' grown See BUDGET, Page 9A
by Michael Moneyham from Shady Grove.
See more photos on page 9A.Rg

work begins

Special to the Floridan
Construction begins Monday,
July 15, on SR 73 from CR 167
(South Street) to the Chipola River Bridge in Jackson County.
This project calls for resurfacing SR 73, sidewalk construction,
signage and pavement markings.
Minor signalization and drainage
work are included in this project.
Drivers can expect temporary
lane closures.
Work is anticipated to be completed winter 2013:
All construction activities are
weather dependent and might
I be delayed or re-scheduled in
-. the event of inclement weather.
PHOTOSBYMARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN Motorists are reminded to pay
Brandon Kopp and Robby Kopp were bagging veggies and taking money as Farmers market fixture BobbieJo Aldecoa fills up a cup with a sample of attention and use caution when they helped out Saturday at their grandmother Vicky Bruner's booth soup while helping out her mom Sharon Amett Saturday. driving through the work zqne.

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Low -71' Low 710 24 hours 0.13'' Year to date 40.14"
Month to date 8.80" Normal YTD 32.79"
Normal MTD 2.64" Normal for year 59.26"
Isolated Showers & Storms. Isolated Showers & Storms.
Panama City Low 7:56 PM High 4:56 AM
Apalachicola Low 3:22 PM High 8:37 AM 0-2 Low, 3-5 Moderate, 6-7 High, 8-10 Very High, 11+ Extreme
Port St. Joe Low 8:01 PM High 5:29 AM
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RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage Sunrise 5:48 AM
Wednesday Thursday Woodruff, 53.75 ft. 66.0 ft. Sunset 7:45 PM
Blountstown 15.18 ft. 15.0 ft.' Sne745P
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JACKSON COUNTY Community Ciaendarm

JUJU A3 RI L4~ UNDAYJULY14 .Graceville Branch of the Jackson County Public p.m. and school age 3:15-4:15 p.m. Fo r reservations
) Deadline to donate $1 in exchange for a ticket Library, 5314 Brown St. The movie, "The Borrowers: call 482-9631. Publisher Valeria Roberts for an opportunity to win a complete set of annual is free and open to the public. Call 482-9631. ) Employability Workshop " Christmas ornaments produced for Century 21's ) Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meeting place Skills" 2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One
traditional Easter Seals Society fundraiser. On Mon- 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, Stop Career Center, 4636 U.S. 90 in Marianna. Visit Circulation Manager Dena Oberski day, July 15, Marianna Police Chief Hayes Baggett 3975 U.S. 90 W.,Marianna. Business meetings are to register or call 718-0326. will draw the winning name. fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, ) Jacklon County School Board Regular
CONTACT US ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. Monthly Meeting" 4 p.m. at 2903 Jefferson St. in
6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna ) Capt. Luke Lott's Calhoun Guard, Camp 2212 Marianna. Meeting is open to the public. The agenda Telephone: 850-526-3614 (in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.). Sons of Confederate Veterans Meeting 6 p.m. is posted at Call 482-1200.
FAX: 850-482-4478 Attendance limited to people with adesire to stop at the Altha Community'Center. Anyone interested )) Panhandle Public Library Cooperative System
Email: drinking. in Southern and Confederate heritage is welcome to Regular Board Meeting 4 p.m. at 2862 Madison
Mailing Address: ) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in attend. Call 592-3293. St. in Marianna.
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447 the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, )) Concerned American Patriots of Jackson ) Girl Scouts Slumber Party.- 4 p.m. through
Street Address: 5429 College Drive, Graceville. County Monthly Meeting 6 pm. at the Ag 10 a.m. Wednesday, July 17 at the Marianna First
44,03 Constitution Lane Center on U.S. 90W., Marianna. Guest speaker will United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. Cost
Marianna, FL32446 MONDAY, JULY15 be Adrian Wyllie, Libertarian candidate forFlorida is $10 per girl or $15 for current Girl Scouts who
office Hours: governor in the next election.'He will explain the bring a friend not a registered Girl Scout, for kinder817Ribbon Cutting 9 a.m. at the Kountry Dealz, Libertarian Party and how it differs from the, Demo- garden through fifth-grade. Enjoy pizza, manicures, Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p m 8157 U.S. 90, Sneads. Everyone is invited to attend cratic and Republican parties. Everyone is welcome, hair styling, a PJ fashion show, movies, games and Call 593-6636. hai admission achargenshw.mvis gmsn
no admission charge. othother fun Girl Scout activit ies. Call 850-386-2131.'
MISS YOUR PAPER? ) Chipola Regional Workforce Development ) Alford Community Organization Meeting 6 o fm il M ovi Nighties.0Call08p0m.8at the
You should receive your newspaper no later Consortium Conference Call 9 a.m. Call 850- p.m. in the Alford Community Center. New members MariannaBranch of theJackson County, Public 633-2731. frmAfrMsrrudnaomntisivtdtia 299Brn St The ksnouty, 'Thebrowrs
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- from Alford surrounding communities invited to
tion between 6 a.m. and noo, Tuesday to* ) Childrens Summer Feeding Program Morn- join. Call 579-4482,638-4900 or 579-5173. isbfree and 292opGren to t he movie.Call 482-9631."The Borrowers
Fidy an 7a.m. o n T ing snack at 9 a.m. and lunch at noon at St. James Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 ad en te a
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11'a.m. on Sunday.The A.M.E. Church, 2891 Orange St. in Marianna. Free APm in the AA rom of First United Methodist 8 Disabled American Veterans Meeting -7
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) program is available Monday-Friday for children Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. p.m. at the DAV Chapter 22 house, 3083 DAV Lane, is published Tuesday through Friday and through the age of 1& Morning snacks such as milk, Marianna. Call 209-4310.
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid juice, cereal, and lunch items such as sandwiches at Marianna, FL. -and wraps will be served. This is an open walk-in TUESDAY, JULY 16. Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist'
site, no pre-registration is required. Call 850-615- ) Jackson County Growers Association/Mar- Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 294. anna City Farmers Market 7 a.m. to noon at
SUBSCRIPTION RATES "Dig Into Reading" with the Jackson County Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits WEDNESDAY, JULY 17
Public Library's Summer Reading Program and vegetables grown by local farmers.
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 Bascom Community Center. Preschool age from ) Paraprofessional/TABE Testing- 8:30 a.m. at )) USDA and Brown Bags Food Distribution 8 a)). at Eldercare Services'nestlocation3ofathe Ot
for three months; $62.05 for six months; '9:30-10:30 a.m. and school age 10:45-11:45 a.m. For 'Adult Education/GED Testing Center, 4294 Liddon, am. at Eldercare Services'new location of the Old and $123.45 for on e.year. All prices include reservations call 482-9631. St., Bldg 4 in Marianna. Cost is $15 and must be 48 i-32e0.
applicable state and local taxes. Mail ) Swimming lessons, session 3 at Chipola Col- paid prior to testing at'Adult Education: Main Build- 482-3220. subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail lege, July 15-25, Classes are available at 10 a.m. or ing, 2971.Guyton St. in Marianna: Seating is limited. )) Panhandle Public Library Cooperative System subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; 7 p.m-, 45 minute classes, Monday through Thurs- Call 48?-9617 ext 221. Director's Meeting 8:45 a.m. at 2862 Madison
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 forone day for two weeks. Cost is $55 and pre-registration ) Panhandle Public Library Cooperative System St. in Marianna. Call 482-9296. year. is required. Call 718-2473 or visit Work Group Meeting 9 a.m. at 2862 Madison ) ActionCoach 5 Ways to Grow Your Business
) Senior Fellowship Association Monthly Meet- St. in Marianna. Call 482-9296 Seminar- 9-11 a-m. at the NFCH Specialty Center
ADVERTISING ing Noon at the Marianna First United Methodist ) Spring/Summer Clothing Sale-9 am. to in Chipley. The ActionCoach 5 Ways focuses on the
Church Youth Center on Clinton St. Bring a veg- I p.m. at St. Anne Thrift'Store, St. Anne Catholic key areas that really drive profits and can boost The advertiseragrees that the publisher, etabe, salad, dessert or drink for the potluck lunch. Church in Marianna. Call 482-3734, your bottom line- Leads, conversion rate, number of shall note liable for damages arising Meat will be furnished. A $2 donation is requested transactions average, dollar sale and profit margin.
out ofprrors and 'advertisements beyond to help defray expenses. Ca.ll 482-4120. )) "Dig Into Reading" with the Jackson County Seminar is free to Washington, Holmes and Jackson the amont paidforthespace atually ~ "Dig nto Reaing"iwthitheaacksonCountyrublicdLbraryroSummerReadinyPrograbCountyChambeeofcComerceemmbers;sostffo the mout pid ortes aertise-' Pubic Ibray' Rmer Rihtea n roam Sneads First Baptist Church. Preschool age from 'all others is $5. Advance registration is required by occupiedby thiat portion of the avrie' Pli iaysSumrRdngroam 10-11 am. and school age 11:15 am. to 12:15 p.m. calling the Washington County Chamber of Coinments in which the error occurred, whether Marianna at Citizens Lodge, Preschool age from Forreservations call 482-9631. : merce at 638-4157. such error is due to the negligence of the '2-3 p.m. and school age 3:15-4:15 p.m. For reserva- )Otms lbo ako onyMeig ))JcsnCut ors eeomn oni
pbihrsemployees or otherwise; ar' tions call.482-9631. 'Otms lbo ako onyMeig ~ JcsnCut ors eeomn oni
there shall be not liability for non-inser- )) Employability Workshop "Job~ Search Strate- -No tJmsBfe rl nMran.Meig-1 ~.a h usHue 38Lfy
tion of any advertisement beyond the gies" 2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop Career )) Orientation Noon to 3 p.m. at Goodwill Career ette St. in Marianna. Call 482-8060.
amun pidfr uc 'Ths Center, 4636 U.S. 90 in Marianna. Visit Employ- Training Center,,4742 U.S. 90, Mlarianna. Learn )) "Dig Into Reading" with the Jackson County
amutpi o uhadvertisement.Ti Floridacom to register or cal! 718-0326. '.about and register for free Services. Call 526-0139. Public Library's Summer Reading Program
newspaper will not knowingly accept or
pbihilglmaterial of aykd. Advertis- )) Jackson County Development Council, Inc. )) Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jacksdn County Senior Graceville Civic Center. Preschool age from 10-11
pulihileal io n i.Monthly Board of Directors Meeting 5 p.m. Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianne. Call am. and school age 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. For
ing whidh expresses preference based on in the upstairs conference room located in the 482-5028. 'reservations call 482-9631. legally protected personal characteristics is Nearing Court Office Building, 2840 Jefferson St. in )) "Dig Into Reading" with the Jackson County )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon not acceptable. Marianna. The public is invited. 'Public Library's Summer Reading Program : to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
HO TOETOU Family Movie Night"- 5:30-7:30 p,m. at the Grand Ridge City Hall. PreschooJ age from 2-3 'Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
NEWS PUBLISHED he submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar,'Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, farianna. FL 32447,
email, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna. The Jackson County Floridan will publish
news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar o i e ou d p
events via e-maii, fax; mail, or hand delivery. MARIANNA POLICE son (natural causes-hospice), of motorist orqedestrian, one Jessica Barnes, 27, 2883 Old
Fees may apply for wedding..engagement, DEPARTMENT three abandoned vehicles, one retail theft, two assists of other U.S. Road, Marianna, fugitive
Foirmsaryvilbe at bithe oianon ices. The Marianna Pol1ice De- .reckless driver, agencies) one public service from justice.
parmen litedthefolowig ____ two suspicious call, three welfare checks, two Steve Bass, 59, 512 McHale
Photographs must be of good quality and incidents for July 11, the latest l ehiceoe tasrswohet/rs- LnAfrdsnecdto1
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the available report: One report lj j suspicious ment complaints, and one 911 days in the county jail or pay
right to edit all submissions. of mental illness, two burglar incident, six ..hang-up. $18,424.
GETN TRGTalarms, 11 traffic stops, one suspicious JAKO ONYAlicia Brogden, 22, 2685 Se~als
Th ako onyFoia' oiy follow-up investigation, one people, one arrest on special JAKO ONYLane, Cottondale, hold for Bay
TheJakso Cuny Forda's olcy suicide attempt, one assist of detail, two escorts, one highway CORRECTIONAL FACILITY Co.
is to Correct mistakes promptly. To another agency, two reports of obstruction, one report of men- The following people were Catherine Downs, 48, 512
report an error, please call 526-3614. property damage, two public tal illness withviolence, two booked into the county jail dur- Pearl St., Chattahoochee, retail Monday-Friday. 'service calls, two 911 hang- burglaries, one pedestrian corn- ing the latest reporting periods: theft.
ups and three home security plaint, one prowler complaint, William McKinney, 36, 3239 Wade Thomas, 34, 54 Old Red"
checks.' two drg offenses, 20 medical Peachtree Road, Marianna, Bud Road, Calhoun, Ga., drivcalls, one traffic crash, three theft from a person over 65 ing while license suspended or
JACKSON COUNTY burglar alarms, two fire alarms, years of age. revoked.
SHRF' FIE14 traffic steps, three larceny Jonathon Baker, 29, 2998 Jail Population: 226
SHRIFFS OFICEcomplaints, one criminal mis- Madison Ave., Marianna, posThe Jackson County Sheriff's chief complaint, one civil dis- session of a concealed weapon 'To report a crime, call CimeStoppers
Office and county fire/rescue pute, two trespass complaints, by a convicted felon, possession at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement reported the following inci- one follow-up investigation, of methamphetamine, posses- agency.
Jackson County dents forlJuly 11, the latest one juvenile Complaint, three sion of drug paraphernalia-two To reporta widlife violation,
Floridan available report: One dead per- ,, animal complaints, one assist counts, call 1-888-404"-FWCC (3922).

Engagements Births
Darrell Dee Cline Ill was Annalise Serenity
Carver, Baxley born July 1 at Jackson DeVaux was born on July
Hospital. He weighed 7 2 at Jackson Hospital.
pounds, 4 ounces anid was She weighed 7 pounds,
191 inches long at birth. 8 ounces and was 20
His parents are Rebecca inches long at birth. Her
Fogg and Darrell Cline. parents are Leslie Fennell
His grandparents are Lisa and Walter Alan DeVaux.
Cline, Darrell Cline and Her grandparents are
Kevin Fogg of Bonifay and Betty and Harold Hilliard
Kathryn Metzger Lake of Marianna, Margaret
County, FL. Fennell of Bristol and Adolfo Cruz of Lehigh Acres.

Alden Cole Stasko Was Italy Natalia Holmes was
born July 2 at Jacksop born July 7 at Jackson
Hospital. He weighed 7 Hospital. She weighed 7
pounds, 11-ounces and A pounds, 10 ounces and
was 18 inches long at was 20 inches long at
SMr. and Mrs. Robert L. and Jean Carver and the late Frank birth. His parents areVic- birth. Her parents are
Katherine Smith of Marianna, Carver of Durham, NC. toriaWolfe and Richard Felicity Middlebrooks and
FL, and Mr. Phillip W. Carver The groom is the grandson Stasko. His grandparents DeShawn Holmes. Her
of Durham, NC, are pleased to of Sherman and Yernell are Pamela Partridge of grandparents are Kimannounce the upcoming mar- Baxley of Grand Ridge, FL Bonifay and Jenny and berly Holmes and William
riage of their daughter, Tara and Edgar and Wilma Glisson, Andrew Bilbrey ofPace. Murray of Newark, NJ,
Nicole Carver, to Michael also of Grand Ridge, FL. Lillie Mae Pouncy of
Glynn Baxley, son of Mr. and The wedding ceremony will Blpuntstown and Tony
Mrs. Ricky and Cheryl Baxley take place at the Russ House Thomas of Bristol.
of Grand Ridge, FL. in Marianna, FL on July 20, .
The bride is the granddaugh- 2013 with Pastor Roger Meyter of Wanda Smith and the ers officiating. .Reception will .
late Robert L. Smith, Sr. of be inuediately following the 'M e first' thinking leads tojealousyenvy
Marianna, FL, Ben and Sue ceremony at the Russ House.
Fuller--of Durhiam,, NC,, and
Fulieof Duram, NC, and is it that to fall into the same style mind they're in, and be-.' They may not be better
ll people who do ofliving. This is one of come 'haters" when others than youbit chances are
reason mo ea l to"aebte
Peiham 4all r V absolutelynoth- the reasons choose to make better they're better off. than
ing to improve theirlives generation lives for themselves. you.
hate-to see others move after genera- Ifyouwant to hear It's nice to see that, in
forward and succeed? tion ends up some hateful gossip some fatnilies, there'sa
Envy and jealousy are living the about someone, sit on pleasant, healthy competwo words that have been same pitiful the sidelines and listen tition where-eachmeinber
a powerful, negative part lifestyle, how someone succeeding challenges another to
of life since the beginning Thonts But many in life can be shot down reach higher goals and of our existence. They are Vincent people by those they spent their where they cheer for one
two words that get along Mlxrplhy choose not early years of life around; another's successes. well with bitterness, dis- to follow- some even considered -Over the years the
dain and, at times, hate. the negative paths their friends. attitude of many of our
There are many differ- parents or guardians have The energy we use being citizens- seems to be one ent living situations. Some followed over the years, envious and jealous of of a "me first" miind-set.
-grow up living in house- and find their ways to others could instead be Maybe that's one of the
holds where there aren't solid successful careers used to improve our own major reasons it's hard for many guidelines and-there and lifestyles. lives. Haveyou heard this. some to see others better
isn't much encouragement For some reason, some kind.of statement before:, themselves why they re-Ms. Kerri Pelham of ma' City, Florida,, and the given to the children to go people want others to "Since they got that high main stagnant because of Griceville announces .th en-. granddaughier of Mr.andMrs. after positive goals in their stay in the same sad, lazy, paying job, theythink their own lack ofmotivagagement :of her daughter, Ka- Pat Pelham of Graceville, Flor- lives; so it's easy for a child unproductive frame of they're better than us?" tion. Don't be a "hater." therine Michele Pelham, .to ida and Mr and Mrs. James Javy Edward Waller, son of Wells of Bonifayi Florida. Kathelate Ms, Dawn Waller of therinelis a-2009 graduate of
-Vernon, Florida. The, couple 'Graceville High School6and is is F l
2:-::::p 0 c u. d Autism.Friendly J Bwing DayisJly2
w iibe married in a private cer- currently enrolled in the Li,emony: on Saturday, August censed Pracukal.'Nursgpemony on Saturday, August censed Practical sing ro- SpecialtotheFloridan .. Pizza willbe available for about this event and to 557-7146, Sue Armstrong 31, 2013, at First United Meth ,gram at Washington-Holes $8 and drinks for $1. make reservations con- at 573-4666 or Ann. Marie
odist Church, Graceve, Flori- Technical C-enter. -. he Chipola Area Autism For more information tact Syntha Alvarez at Shelton at 272-6099. da All family and friends are The groom-elect is the neph- R s uc C n rI invited to attend the reception, ev of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Da-, Resource Center, Inc. will "
-which will be held at 6P.M. at vis of Graceville, Florida. Javy. be sponsoring an Autism 1080 Penny Lane, Graceville, is a 2006 graduate of Chipley Friendly Bowlihg Day on Florida. 1 .-High School and is employed Sunday, July 21, -from 1-3 The bride-elect is edaug- with Davis Farms in'i Chipley, p.m. at KindelLanes Bowl ter of Mr. Joe Wells of I Pana- Florida. h ing Center located on U.S.
r 90 in Marianna.: Those CARPET & CERAMIC OUTLET
who R.S.V.P by July 15 will
Birthday y get free shoe rental and YOUR H0 METOWN
:Lay tUnS 8 His grandparents are bowling.

Michelle Perkins and Da- W R
Wlim(Lanon) Lay vid Alday of Cypress and .7.
celebrated his 8th birth- Robert Cloud and Sandr ,
dayn Sunday;July 7 with Wtlliamsof Sneads.A-L O.-R I .E l '
a fun filled day ,in Dothati, party was held for Lay on
AL with his family.Heis July4athis home. "..ARPET IR, P R Ii INYL NAFCO,.
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How low-wage

workers are gouged ,,
L ow-wage workers are often one broken-down
car, one injury or one unexpected expense away
from disaster. But some large employers and big
banks are making the financial lives of these workers
even more precarious by charging them fees to access
their pay. Sold as a convenience for employees and a
money-saver for employers, payroll cards.are unfairly
eating into workers' wages. With the incentives of major banks and employers aligned, workers need federal
and state regulators to step in and end the gouging.
Payroll cards are like debit cards and can be used to
receive cash at ATM machines or to make purchases.
typicallyy, lower-wage hourly workers are the ones who
receive their pay this way, with Taco Bell and WalMart among the dozens of large employers that offer
them, according investigation by the New York.
Times. Nearly 4 million households have someone paid
through these prepaid cards, according to a 2011 survey
by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Employers like
them because they can save thousands of dollars a year Distrust of DC pols bipartisan pain
over the cost of Iproducing paper paychecks. D ..' ausesai
o~ h~. .mlo9 Distrust of D.Jpols- causes bipartisnpi
The cards offer convenience, and for some employees without a bank account, they can'becheaper to hat's the difference be- forward, crisis to crisis, Cote says.
use than check-cashing services. But the cards are also j tween Washington and Cote's trenchant remarks helps
another way to extract moneyfrom vulnerable workers. W everywhere else? Here's a explain why it's so hard for voters
Fees'are imposed for virtually every transaction, includ- quick take from a corporate execu- to trust anyone inWashington.
ing making a cash withdrawal, miaking.a purchase or tive who knows from experience. President Barack Obama shocked
checking balance. Monthly fees cah add up to $40 or "Growing up in New Hampshire many on his side when he delayed
$50, taking so-mnuch out of a paycheckthat an employee and being a CEO, I always felt like parts of the Affordable Care Act,.
may fall below the'fhinimrum wage. Employees say what I thought, what I said and M arshaMercer and that was merely the latest in
there is almost no way to ivo4d paying to access their what I did had to be the same a seriesofdisappointments for
money. thing," says David M. Cote, chair- liberal supporters. .
Some employees who are given the option tobe paid man and chief-executive of Honey- Cote had a lot to learn. House MajorityWhip Eric Cantor,
in more traditional ways, through a paycheck or direct well Internationail. "In government,- Some corporate suits named.. R-Va., promises that the House will deposit,'complain that the choice is illusory since they that's three.searate decisions." to presidential commissions take up a package of bills before the are automatically enrolled in the payroll card system. In Washington, "what they say just make one appearance or so end of the month aimed at addressThe issue has caught the attention of the NewYork at- isn't necessarilywhat they think, they're busy, after all, with their ing the trust deficit in Washington. torney general, Eric Schneiderman, who has launched and what they do isn't necessar- day jobs. But Cote arranged his Among tlese is a bizarre measure an investigation into prepaid card use by 20 major busi- ily what they say or think," says schedule so he could show up allowing people to record their nesses,'mostly retail and restaurants. Cote, who noted that Washington every time the commission met, conversations with some federal
Prepaid cards are a growing area of the financial sec- operates at a level of"complexity" an accomplishment'that only he, officials although not with memtor because these products have largely escaped the beyond any he has dealt with in the Simpson and Bowles managed. He bers of Congress. new rules and regulations protecting financial consum- business world. He sat for an in- learned not to take what pols say If the House and Senate can't ers, and banks are looking to recoup the millions of dol- terview last month at aWall Street at face value'- certainly not until agree on substantive legislation, lars lost as a result of the new restrictions. For instance, Journal breakfast, there's a deal they can start talking like the Farm Bill and how to avoid there is a $7 inactivity fee for infrequentuse on payroll I would argue that not doing what about. Why, he says, would a savvy doubling the interest rates on new cards used by more than two dozen major retailers. The one says is duplicity, not complex- pol go out on a limb and upset student loans, political grandstandFederal Reserve has barred inactivity fees on credit and ity, but let'snot quibble. Cote hit on constituentsprematurely? ing hardly will shore up the people's debit cards. a truth so obvious it made me want When the Simpson-Bowles com- trust.
Empl oyers who want to utilize this system for payroll to slap my forehead. He learned mission considered raising the If Dave Cote is right, the problem should hear the cost for employees. The situation now, as a member of the bipartisan age of eligibility for Social Security for the next presidential candidate where workers have to pay to get paid, is unacceptable. Simpson-Bowles fiscal responsibil- by one year 75 years in the future; -- Republican and Democratic -is ity commission how to translate left-leaning groups rose in mighty deeper than something a jazzy PR SYo s t Washington-speak and understand opposition, ludicrously claiming campaign can fix. Voters need to
Contact O R ea resenaiVeS how politicians triangulate their that the commission was robbing believe we can rely on what politithoughts, words and deeds. the old. Eventually, Congress must cians say as a guide to what they'll
Florida Legislatui Cote, the lifelong Republican, deal with the long-term'fufure of .do. That's not too much to ask.
said he once Walked out of a meet- boomer-burdened Social Security Anything less adds to the already State Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 5 ing with a pol who had said, "I'm and Medicare. Thelongerwe wait, significant distrust ofWashington District Office: with you, Dave." Cote turned to his the more likely we hurt current and that will keep voters home on
Administration Building, Room 186 staff guy and said, "What a great beneficiaries. Election Day.
Chipola College meeting!" Even though Congress should:
3094 Indian Circle "He's not with us," his guy replied deal with the future of Medicare Marsha Mercer writes from Washington:You
Mariann, FL32446l701 and explained why what the pol and Medicaid now, the more likely may contact her at marsha.mercer@yahoo.
;oley 850-718-0047, 'said wasn't really what he meant. scenario is that Congress will lurch com. 2013 Marsha Mercer. All rights reserved. ,
State Sen. Don Gaetz, R-District'1

:District Office: tz,R-District 1 Congress protects separation of powers
430,0 Legendary Drive "
Suite 230
Desti, FL" A3254 t long last, enough Post, June 11). omnivorous surveillance that authority by elimi850-897-5747' members of Con- But why stop there? program as violating nating any limitation on
Gaetz 866-450-4366 (toll free) -j ess have redis- Barack "the First Amendment the types or businesses
www.FLSenaf .gov' covered their primary Obama rights offree speech or entities whose records
reason for being there should be and association as well may be seized..(Emphasis
U.S. 0ong0 SS at this defining timing in n the wit- aS the right Qfprivacy mine.)
U.S. history to res- ness chair protected by the Fourth "In addition, the section
t -U.S. Rep. Steve Southerland II, R-2 cue the disappearing as well. Amendment" ("ACLU expands the scopeof the
12290ngworth House'Office Building Constitution. Nat And there. Files Lawsuit Challenging items that the FBI may
Washington, DC 20515 Sen. Ron Wyden, a Hentoff is also a Constitutionality of NSA obtain using this author202-225-5235 Democrat from Oregon strong Phone Spying Program," ity from 'records' to 'any
@RepSoutherland who is a member of the biparti-, June 11). tangible things (including Senate Select Intelligence san drive to reopen the Exposing the dictato- books, records, papers,
Southerland Committee, is joining Patriot Act, which was rial sid~ of Obama is Alex documents and other
U.S. Sen.Bill Nelson, D-Fla. with Colorado Democrat passed in a panic by Con- Abdo, a staff attorney items).'
716 Hart Senate Office Building Sen. Mark Udal~ to "in- gress soon after 9/11. The in the ACLU's National And since this is no
Washington, DC20510 troduce legislation that law became a primary Security Project: "The longer America:.
202-224-5274 would limit the federal source of the subsequent Constitution does not "The recipient of the
@SenBilNelson government's ability to dismembering of the permit the suspicionless order may not disclose collect data on Ameri- Constitution through surveillance of every the fact that the FBI '
Nelson cans without a demon- its approval of secret person in the country." has sought or obtained
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. strated link to terrorism surveillance. Unknown to most records."
317 Hart Senate Office Building or espionage" ("Udall, Udall gets to the Ameri- Americans, Congress' Furthermore, "There
Washington, DC 20510 Wyden Propose Limiting can Revolutionary core of 2011 extension of the is no requirement for an
202-224-3041 the Federal Government's his and Wyden's legisla- Patriot Act for four more evidentiary or factual
@MarcoRubio Ability to Collect Vast tive mission: "The NSA's years deepened its spying showing and the judge Amounts ofData dn co elletioi.of..illibxis of powers on us with the has little discretion in
Americans," wyden.sen-- Amert phone.all cooperation of the mys- reviewing an application
lllf/f .ltff/a~l, June 14). : records'i4e type f terious FISA court. From (from the FBI)."
No doibtlirredby ov68 a fIih'a#' ned the AmericanBar Asso- .(Emphasis mine:)
the recent revelations of about for years ... ciation's Patriot Debates Have any of you learned Edward Snowden, Wyden "We need to protect our website (a sourceblog for about that in any school
HAW ELWE and Udall are moving to national security, but we the USA Patriot debate): you have attended?
AN'TGETLOST fully awaken Americans cannot lose sight of our "Section 215 (of the Pa- Courses in our schools
THE O0VERNAl ENT and others of the U.S. constitutional liberties triot Act) revises substan- should be given on how
KNOWS government's limitless and the privacy rights of tially the authority under our American identity
EXACTLY WHERE spying on us. Americans" ("Support the FISA for seizure of has been stolen from us.
W ARE. Furthermore, Wydenis Builds for Udall, Wyden business records, includ- Students should be
insisting on public hear- Proposal to Limit the ing third-party records of taught how to make sure ings because, as he said Federal Government's individuals' transactions the tactics of President last month, "the Ameri- Ability to Collect Vast and activities. Previously, Obama don't carry over can people have the Amounts of Data on FISA Section 501 permit- to the next administraright to expect straight Americans," wyden.sen- ted the FBI to apply to the tion, no matter its politianswers from the intel-, June 18). Foreign Intelligence Sur- cal affiliation.
ligence leadership to the Also aiming at the veillance Court (FISC) for questions asked by their Patriot Act is a multi- an order to seize business Nat Hentoff is a nationally
representatives" ("Sen. dimensional lawsuit by records of hotels, motels, renowned authority on the First '" Wyden: Clapper didn't the ACLU and the New car and truck rental agen- Amenment (ndthe Bil of Rights.
STAH give 'straight answer' on York Civil Liberties Union cies, and storage rental He is a member of the ReportNSA progrkms, andrent ers Committee for Freedom of
NAprograms," Aaron attacking the shadowy facilities, the Press, and the Cato institute,
,. @2013 Jeff Stahier/Dist. by Universal U~lick for UFS Blake, The Washington Obama administration's "Section 215 broadens where he is asenior fellow.


Pets on Parade Lawrence takes first at state FFA

Special to the Floridan Alexander's leadership,
Lawrence's appreciation
On June 10, several and love for FFA began.
members of the Sneads Lawrence also appreciFFA chapter traveled to ates Stan Spurlock, FFA
Orlando to attend and Advisor for the Sneads
compete at the state FFA High School chapter. She
convention for a week. served the Sneads chapThe Sneads FFA was very ter as sentinel and vice
well represented in the president during her high
various competitions held school years.
during the convention. Because of the impact
Shelby N. Lawrence took the FFA has made on
first place in the individual SUBMITTED PHOTOS Lawrence, she will forextemporaneous speaking Shelby Lawrence, recent graduate of Sneads High School, ever hold the FFs driving competition. The parlia- said she will forever be grateful for the impact that FFA's principles of proven leade procedure team driving principles has made in her life. Lawrence won first ership, personal growth mentaryprc uee place in a speaking competition (right) at the state FFA and career success close and the agri-business convention in Orlando.
A teams both placed in the to her heart in all her futop five. The ag-sales and Kentucky, in late October. them well at the national ture endeavors. ag-communication teams Lawrence, a 2013 competition. 'Lawrence is the daughcompeted and placed first graduate of Sneads High Lawrence remembers ter of Kevin and She7 in their finals, which were School, was on several of and is thankful for Glen lia Lawrence of Grand
MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN heldoearlier in the year at these teams and is grate- 'Alexander, FFA advisor Ridge. She is the grand-, Teddy is a four-year-old long-haired male Chihuahua. He was Gainesville. The first place ful to her team-mates for during her sixth- through daughter of Thomas and brought to Partners For Pets by his owners, and while he is teams will travel to and their diligence and hard eighth-grade years at Syble Lawrence of Dellneutered and housebroken, he needsa home without children. compete at the national work which has brought Grand Ridge High School. wood and Vivian and If you are interested in adopting him, the shelter is at 4011 FFA convention which them this tremendous While there, she served as the late Alfred Basford of Maintenance Dr. in Marianna. Its hours are 10 a.m. to 3 will be held in Louisville, opportunity and wishes chapter sentinel. Under' Chattahoochee. p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
The shelter's phone number is 482-4570; the website is Because the shelter is becoming overcrowded, Partners For' Pets is lowering its adoption fees for the rest of July. The normal adoption fee
of $65 will be reduced'to $30. However, if the animal is not spayed or neutered there will be a deposit required. The spay TI deposit is $40 and the neuter deposit is $25. This deposit is The Associated Press W 2:1. If a bill to cut food
refundable upon proof of spay/neuter. Many of the shelter's stamps reaches the House
big dogs are already spayed or neutered. WASHINGTON-House floor, it could be the first
approval of a scaled-back major debate over the role
farm bill is setting up what of the program, now called
could be an even bigger the. Supplemental Nutrifight over food stamps and tion Assistance Program,
the role of domestic food AC or SNAP, in decades.
aid in the United States. "I think there are some
Food stamps have been Republicans who think
a part of farm bills since this is their moment to
the 1970s to gain urban end this program as we
Democratic votes for the know it, and the questural measure. But that THEASSOCIATED PRESS tion is will they succeed
Union has soured this year Temeka Williams (right), of Detroit, uses herEBT/Bridge Card or not," sald Rep. Jim'Mc_as the food aid has expod- tokens for a purchase at a farmer's market. Govern, a Massachusetts
ed in cost and House Re- to the $80 billion-a-year honest look at how Wash- Democrat who has long SUBMITTED PHOTO publicans have taken aim program, designed to give ington spends 'our mon- championed food aid for This yearling quarter horse colt is chestnut with a flaxen at the program. Normally people temporary food ey,' he said. -the poor. mane and tail and white markings. He moves well and is a bipartisan, farm bills have assistance when their ,,, '
quick learner. He also has' been worked with extensively. If become much less so. income falls beneath', a you would like to adopt him, please call Hidden Springs Horse Republican leaders in certain level, RepubliRescue at (850) 526-2231 to schedule a visit. Their website is the House won passage of cans have proposed many the smaller farm bill on a different approaches to..
party-line vote Thursday trimming it. The program
sc o n o T U t by dropping a section .of has more than doubledin
f the bill that dealt with -cost in the last five years
Assocl aulo onumieu- ,"II- I od
food stamps, saying they as the economy faltered
e s o o would deal with that issue and now serves around 1
Protessiona s aw ards in a separate bill. After ral- in 7 Americans.
lying most of his caucus to Rep. Marlin Stutzman,
Vote for, the farm portion' RInd., has pushed the : 'I
tw o school rshi s of the bill, House Majority idea of a splitbill for more
P 'Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., than a year. A farmer, he
Special to the Floridan said Republicans would has maintained that Con!
"act with dispatch" to get gressshouldconsiderfood
The Association of. Unit- a food stamp bill to the stamps by themselves.
'ed Professionals recently floor. "By splitting the bill,
awarded two scholarships It remained unclear we can give taxpayers an
to deserving students what a food, stamp bill
from the local, commu- would. look like, how it
nity, Tamera Pope and Eli- would move through the
jawaunJackson. House or' how quickly
Pope is a 2013 graduate lawmakers could craft
of Marianna High School. a bill. While Democrats
She will be continuing SUBMITTED PHOTOS have opposed any cuts 9
her education at the Uni- Tamera Pope,
versity of Central Florida: V.0
in Orlando, in Physical Phflip
Jackson is a 2013 graduate of Cottondale High
School. He will be continuing his education at.
Webber International University'in Babson Park, in
Business Education.
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Rising again: Bush family Schools could

returns to public stage get reak from

The Associated Press sdr-,
The AssociatedPress that recent changes to
MIpuMl Returning from the mar- the grading system would
gins of American politics, the Bush TALLAHASSEE Seek- create a large drop in the
family is reasserting itself. ing to ease the transition grades. The grades are
This week, former. President to tough new education based primarily on stuGeorge W. Bush surfaced from a self- standards, Florida could dent performance on a
imposed political exile to prod reluc- make last-minute chang- series of high-stakes tests,
tant Republicans toward a broad im- es to the annual school but also other factors such
migration overhaul. He's also talking grades used by parents as learning gains made by
up his work on AIDS and cancer in t6 evaluate how well their students.
Africa. child's public school is Florida is scheduled
His brother, former Florida Gov. performing. to shift over to what is
Jeb Bush, has written a book on im- Florida Education Comn- known as common core
migration reform and is keeping the missioner Tony Bennett standards during the
door open to his own presidential on Friday said that he 2014-15 school year. But
run in 2016. wants to alter the formula at the same time the state
And George E Bush, Jeb's oldest used to calculate annual has also been revising its
son, is running for statewide office school grades. The A-to-F tests and graduation
inTexas. THEASSOCIATEDPRESS grades have been a hall- requirements even before
For decades, the Bushes were a In this 2012, file photo George P. Bush (right) stands with his uncle, former mark of the sweeping ed- the shift to common core dominant clan of the GOP, starting President George W Bush, during the Bush Center Warrior Open in Irving, Texas. ucation changes first put takes place. in the 1980s when patriarch George George P. Bush, the 36-year-old attorney from Fort Worth and son of former Florida into place by then-Gov. Bennett said that in orH.W Bush became vice president, Gov. Jeb Bush, hosts a funidraising gathering in Florida this weekend. Jeb Bush back in 1999. der to protect the "credthen president. But the family fell The grades are used to ibility" of the state's.
out of favor with the American pub- running for Texas land commis- ceremony in Dallas to urge reward top, schools with standards and create a lic as well as with a chunk of the Re- sioner, is convening a conference Congress to fix a "broken" immigra- additional money and "glidepath" to the comnpublican Party irf the waning years in Miami this weekend in the na- tion system and reach a "positive sanction. those that get mon ,core standards he of his son's wartime presidency, and tion's largest swing-voting state. His resolution" on reform legislation. In failing marks. was willing to make some GeorgeW. Bush was deeply unpopu- father and other GOP luminaries recent months, Jeb Bush has been Bennett recommended alterations to this year's
lar in its aftermath. But that's started will address young Republican making the rounds with conserva- keeping in place a, "tem- school grading formula. to change; a Gallup Poll last month leaders. tive groups, urging Republicans to porary" rule first adopted "To be clear, my recomshowed nearly half of Americans These days, the family's presence is shed the perception that they're last year that would limit mendations ..'. are made nowviewhim favorably, most felt in the debate on immigra- "anti-everything" and embrace an a school grade from drop not to soften the blow of idential high. tion; an issue that could affect the immigration overhaul. ping mniore than oneletter higher standards or to reWith their image on the rebound, Bushes' future political prospects as "I'm here to tell you there is at a time. The state Board- dne the number of failfamily members are openly criticiz- well as theirparty's. While the con- no 'us' or'them,'" the former Florida of Education will-consider ing schools, but rather to ing their own party and promoting servatives who dominate the party governor told activists at the Conser- the change at a special advance the best policy a more moderate they would say oppose an eventual pathway to citi- vative Political Action Conference in meeting scheduled for for Florida's students and inclusive brand of Republidan- zenship for the estimated 11 million Washington. "'The face of the Repub- next week. position our state for a
ism, one that could lay the ground- immigrants now in the country ie- lican Party needs to be the face of ev- The commissioner is re- successful transition, work for the next generation of a gally, the Bushes are pushing what ery American, and we need to be the sponding to worries from Bennett wrote to the state Bush dynasty. they see as pragmatism. They argue party of inclusion and acceptance." school superintendents board.
"They are trying to redefine the that such a measure would boost He is likely to make a similar pitch, mainstream," says Jack Pitney, a the country's economy and help the at his son's conference this weekend former national GOP official and GOP, which has struggled to attract in Miami. He'll share a speaking card government professor at Claremont Hispanic voters., with Sen. Marco Rubio, one of the
McKenna College in California. On Wednesday, George W Bush leading authors of the broad immi"They are playing the long game. made a rare post-presidential foray gration bill that was approved by the n They are looking ahead." into the political arena, using his Senate but faces strong opposition E ( 2 28
Indeed, George P. Bush, who is brief remarks at a naturalization fromHouse conservatives. Tue ; '

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Gibbon found dead that 50-year-old Lawrence apartment where she was Plan restores many
Hat Gainesville Houze was riding with staying because someone Fla. Ponzi investors five other inmates Fri- told her they were going to
GAINESVILLE A day morning when a car send her away, police said. FORT LAUDERDALE,. Fr
young gibbon was found pulled in front of the van, A person spotted her on -A bankruptcy plan S' Eo J 6 6 t
dead this week at a causing the driver to lose the street and contacted approved in the South 4
Gainesville zoo. control. police. Officers returned Florida's $1.2 billion Sn 8 2 2'31
Officials atth6 Santa Fe The driver and the other her to the home, where Scott Rothstein Ponzi Un 4
College Teaching Zoo say inmates were taken to a nothing appeared to be scheme will likely restore aefemale white-handed nearby hospital, where amiss, authorities said. moneylost byhundreds of gibbon named Dulu was they were treated and Police said she apparently investors.
unresponsive when keep, released. Officials say fell and was not pushed. A federal bankruptcy ers found her Wednesday everyone in the van had judge on Thursday apmorning. She had become been wearing a seat belt. proved the liquidation
entangled in a rope swing, U 11kids injured plan for Rothsteins former Wednesda 710 45 H59 PB 2
which hasice been Fla.girl critically in hayride crash Fort Lauderdale laiv firm.
removed, hurt in NYC fall MOLINO -- Eleven Much of the money isy e
The Gnainesville SuW II coming from TD Bank,
reports that zoo staff NEWYORK- A Florida children were treated for which investor attorneys
members rushed Dulu to girl tumbled out of a sixth- minrinjuries following a claim played a role in theveterinary school at story window in Brooklyn hayride crash at a Pan- Rothstein's scam. the University of Florida, earlier this week and handle camp. The bank has denied
performing CPR in the survived, and police on The accident happened wrongdoing but is paying van on the way, but she Friday said she may have Thursday night at Camp about $363 million to couldn't be revived, been the victim of abuse. O' the Pines in Molino. Rothstein investors in a7
pulu was nearly three -The 7-year-old fell The Florida Highway variety of judgments and A A
years old. Officials say Weciesday afternoon and Patrol reports that an arm settlements so far. Atthe other three gibbons remained hospitalizedin that attached the tractor torneyWilliam Scherer is she had been living with critical but stable condi- to a trailer with 38 people seeking further financial haven't yet shown any tion Friday with a broken onboard broke. The trailer sanctions against TD Bank abnormal behavior, but pelvis and two collapsed collided with the rear of over failure to release key
it's not uncommon for lungs. Police said she had the tractor, causing the documents.
gibbons to experience other injuries that could tractor to flip on its side Rothstein is serving a 50depression when they lose have been the result of and the trailer to crash year prison sentence after a member of their group. abuse. Toxicology tests into nearby trees. pleading guilty to operatshowed traces of drugs in The Pensacola News ing the scheme, which
Inmate on work detail her system it. Journal reports that the involved investments in
deincahThe girl lives with her children were treated fake legal settlements. The
dies incrash stepmother and biological and released from area scam imploded in 2009.
CRESTVIEW- An father in Florida, though hospitals. From wire reports What does this mean for you?
inmate going out on a police didn't immediately Access to the region's widest range
work crew was killed when know which city. She had
the van he was riding in been staying with relatives of advanced skin cancer treatments,.
flipped into a ditch. in Brooklyn. About an including painless Superficial Radiation
The Florida Department hour and a half before she
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GOP senator wants probe on where legislators live

The Associated Press Latvala, who chairs the wrote Latvala. a South Florida television different home from the tended he has always lived
Senate Ethics and Elec- Jackie Schutz, a spokes- station, has done a series one inside her Senate dis- in his district even though TALLAHASSEE Top tions Committee, stated woman for Scott, said the of news stories show- trict. Sachs did not imme- his wife lives in JacksonFlorida leaders may soon he wants a "conclusive senator's letter "raises se- ing legislators at homes diately respond for com- Ville. He acknowledged investigate whether six finding" into whether the rious matters." She said outside their districts. ment on Friday. that he lost his homestead
lawmakers are flouting legislators are violating the Scott has asked his general One of those identi- Another lawmaker cit- exemption at one time bea state law that requires law. Florida's Constitution counsel to meet with top fled by the station is Sen. ed by Latvala, Rep. Perry cause he briefly rented out a legislator to live in the requires legislators to be lawyers in the Legislature Maria Sachs, D-Delray Thurston, D-Plantation, his condominium in Haldistrict that he or she elected from the district to "determine appropriate Beach. This past spring said the senator has the landale Beach. represents. where they live. next steps." Latvala questioned where right to ask for an in- But he said he has no
Sen. Jack Latvala, R- 'Any violation of these Latvala in his letter in- she lived but Sachs at the quiry. But he added "I'm problem with an inquiry Clearwater, called for the provisions is a compro- cluded links to news sto- time maintained she met confident that I have because he's done nothing inquiry in a letter Thurs- mise of our democratic ries about the six legisla- residency requirements. complied with all the wrong. day to Goy. Rick Scott as process and undermines tors. All are Democrats The television station, requirements." "I have always lived in
well as the-state's legisla- the values that we expect and nearly all of them are however, had footage of Rep. Joe Gibbons, anoth- the district and I have tive leaders. public officers to embody," from South Florida. WPLG, her driving and leaving a er of the legislators, con- since 1996," said Gibbolis.

ZOfficials warn of 'grandparent scam'

The Associated Press bond out of a jail in South find out how he was. She America. She wired the learned he had never been DAYTONA BEACH money to South America. in NewYork. Two central Florida grand- Over the next few weeks, The sheriff's office is mothers lost money int a a man claiming to be the warning people not to fall "scam" when someone grandson's lawyer called victim to scammers. They called pretending t be a the victim.for more mon- encourage anyone who is grandchild in need of cash ey to cover mounting legal a victim of a scam to reto get out of trouble. expenses and to pay the port it to authorities. A 78-year-old Delto- homeowner whose house "Before even thinldng na woman recently lost was damaged. about sending money
$50,500 and an 82-year- "Finally she called her anywhere, contact the old New Smyrna Beach grandson directly and grandchild or other relawoman lost $1,500 in the learned that he wasn't the tive to see if the emergen"grandparent scam," ac- one who had called her," cy story can be verified or cording to the Volusia Haught said. debunked," Haught said.
County Sheriff's Office. In the second case, a "Keep in mind that once Sheriff's spokesman man claiming to be the moneyis sent throughwire Brandon Haught is warn- victim's grandson called, transfer, it's gone. There is ing the public not to fall saying he had been in an no getting it back." victim to such phone accident and had been arcalls. rested for driving under Follow us on
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cleared of all charges Sat- and a half after civil rights teenager. The Deltona grandurday in the shooting of protesters angrily de- Before a special prose- mother received a call in Trayvon Martin, the un- marided Zimmerman be cutor assigned to the case June from someone who armed black teenager prosecuted. ordered Zimmerman's claimed, to be her grandwhose- killing unleashed Zimmerman wasn't. ar- arrest, thousands of prs- Son. The Daytona BeachS furious debate across the rested for 44 days after the testers gathered in San- News-Journal reports the U.S. over racial profiling, Feb. 26, 2012, shooting as ford, Miami, NewYork and caller said he had been in self-defense and equal police in Sanford insisted elsewhere, many wear- a car verses house acci- Paid on Site
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all but one of them white, Martin's parents, along "he'd look like Trayvon." reached a verdict of not with civil. rights leaders Despite the racially guilty. after deliberating such as the Revs. Jesse charged nature of the case, well into the night Satur- Jackson and Al Sharpton, race was barely mentioned day. The jurors considered argued that Zimmerman at the trial. Even after the nearly three weeks of often whose father is white verdict, prosecutors said wildly conflicting testimo- and who~e mother is"His- race was not about race. ny over who was the agthe 17-year-old wa shot
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Self-help author paroled fromjail Texas passes
The Associated Press case on the possibility that
toxins or poisons contrib- s
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. An uted to the deaths. ,e rT
author who saw his self- None of the victims'famihelp business crash after he lies believes that 20 months
led a sweat lodge ceremony was a sufficient sentence.
that left three people dead They have said they would
was paroled fromprison on rather not see Ray in the
Friday after serving nearly self-help industry, or he a ILIU II
two years for negligent should at least be more
homicide convictions, accountable for his The Associated Press
James ArthurRay, 55, was actions. "Today, the Texas
freed from the state prison Members of Neuman's AUSTIN, Texas Re- eglatur took
in Buckeye, near Phoenix. family meet regularly to publican lawmakers nal st in our
Nothing in .his conditions talk about her, share mem- passed a bill that would itsfi ep
of release prohibits him ories and vent feelings of give Texas some of the historic effort toprotect
from holding self-help frustration and anger a nation's most restrictive life."
seminars or conducting lot of which is aimed at abortion laws and force Rick Perry,
another sweat lodge cer- Ray, said her daughter, An- most of its clinics to close, Texas governor
emony, but his brother drea Puckett. The birth of leading Democrats to
said Ray has no immedi- Puckett's two children and promise a fight over the require doctors who perate plans to resurrect his her brother's wedding are contentious measure in form abortions to have
business. among the events made the courts at the ballot admitting privileges at a
However, Jon Ray didn't bittersweet by the loss of box. nearby hospital and rerule out the possibility in Neuman, she said. More than 2,000 dem- quire all abortions to take
the future, maintaining the "Ideally, we don't want onstrators filled the Capi- place in surgical centers.
deaths weren't his brother's him (Ray) doing anything tol building in Austin to Only five out of Texas' 42
fault. in the industry anymore," voice their opposition to existing abortion clinics
'At this point, he wants THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE Puckett said; "I don't think the bill, including six pro- meet the requirements to
to get out and hide out, In this 2011 photo, self-help author James Arthur Ray sits with he has the right to work testers who were dragged be a surgical center, and and start putting his life one of his attorneys, Thomas Kelly, during a pre-sentencing with people. If he does out ofthe Senate chamber clinic owners say they back together, which has hearing at Yavapai County Courthouse in Prescott, Ariz. move forward with that, by state troopers for try- can't afford to upgrade or been completely turned Things started going more serious manslaugh- I hope people become ing to disrupt the debate. relocate.
upside down," he told The wrong about halfway ter charges and convicted aware of what he did and The Republican majority "There will be 'a lawsuit. Associated Press earlier through the two-hour cer- him of negligent homicide. he changes the way that he passed the bill unchanged I promise you," Dallas this week. "I say that with emony. When it was over, He served 85 percent of the handles his seminars and just before midnight, with Sen. Royce West said on all due respect because I 38-year-old Kirby Brown concurrent two-year terms his teachings." allbut one Democrat vot- the Senate floor.
know a lot of people's lives of Westtown, N.Y., and 40- for each of the deaths. Ray Brown's mother, Virginia, ing against it. Democrats proposed have been turned upside year-old James Shore of has appealed the convic- has quit her full-time job "Today, the Texas Legis- 20 amendments to the down because of this un-' Milwaukee were dead, and tions; alleging that er- to focus on the nonprofit laturetook its final step in bill, including making exfortunate incident." 18 others injured. rors by the prosecution group called SEEK Safely our historic effort to pro.- ceptions in cases of rape
The tragedy occurred af- Liz Neuman, 49, Of Prior tainted the case. that the family formed to tect life," said Gov. Rick and incest and allowing ter dozens of people trav- Lake, Minn., slipped into Ray has acknowledged help others avoid such a Perry, who will sign the doctors more leeway in eled to a scenic retreat just, a coma and died after that he was responsible tragedy. This week, she bill into law in the next prescribing abortion-inoutside Sedona in October more than a week in the for the deaths but of- was busy reaching out to few days. "This legislation ducing drugs. But Repub-' 2009 for James Arthur Ray's hospital. fered no excuses for his people, in the self-help builds on the strong and licans would have none
five-day"SpiritualWarrior" At trial, prosecutors said lack of action as the cha- industry asking them to unwavering commitment of it. event. Ray ratcheted up the heat os unfolded at the sweat commit to basic standards we have made to defend The bill is one of many
The sweat lodge was to dangerous levels, ig-. lodge. He and his attor- to ensure practitioners are life and protect womens championed in. Republithe culminating event, nored pleas for help, and neys said Ray would have truthful, act with integ- health." can-led states this year by
touted, as "hellacious hot" watched as overcome par- stopped the ceremony rity, and respect the people Democrats promised ani-abortion groups set and a chance for partici- ticipants were dragged out had he known people were who choose to follow them a legal challenge to the on challenging the.U.S. pants to have powerful of the sweat lodge, dying or in distress. something she said Ray measure, which will ban Supreme Court's Roe v.
breakthroughs., A jury acquitted him of The defense. centered its failed to do. abortions after 20 weeks, Wade ruling.

Airlines might owe WTC owners for 9/11
The Associated Press the trade center owners are trying to force aviation building that collapsed as were being "absurd" and defendants to pay for as a result of the Sept. l IterNEW YORK -A judge the complex's owners la- well. They also note that rorist attacks."
who has presided over beling some ofthe aviation the replacement build- They said they plan to most of the litigation defendants' arguments as ings are more modern and call two witnesses: an exstemming from the Sept. "nonsense." fancy than the original pert on law and econom11, 2001 attacks will decide The aviation defendants buildings. ics and an expert in the
whether the owners of the say Hellerstein should con- Of the 7 World Trade adjustment of insurance World Trade Center can try clude that the trade center Center building the law- claims. to make aviation compa- owners are entitled to no yers wrote that the trade nies pay billions of dollars award because they've al- center owners "built a in damages. ready been reimbursed new, state of the art'green'
U.S. District Judge Alvin by insurance companies building that bears little K. Hellerstein said he will for the same damage they resemblance to the office announce his decision
immediately after hearing
several witnesses and lis- Tdena- ts?
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nonjury trial starting Mon- V
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whether World Trade Center Properties and its affiliates can receive more thanA
the $4.9 billion in insurance proceeds they have
already recovered since
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Linda Burhan

Linda Burhan, 55, of
Alford died Saturday, July
13, 2013 at her residence. .
Funeral arrangements
will be announced later by
James & Sikes Funeral
Marianna Chapel Sunland Superintendent
Funeral Home Merlin Roulhac chats
3960 Lafayette Street with members following
Marianna, Florida 32446 -her presentation to the
Phone 850-526-5059 Jackson County Chamber of
Doris J.Roulhac,

Doris "Donna" J. Parrish Sunland
age 67 of Cottondale
passed away at her home C enter
on Thursday, July 11, 2013. MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
Donna was born in Dal- MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
las, TX on July 27, 1945 and rom left, Michael Blum, Brice Phillipsand Dustin Evans with the Marianna Fire had lived in Jackson Coun- F ty for the past 27 years. She Department get their hot dogs ready as Jo Ann Trammel checks on their chip S
was retired from West choices Friday during an Anchorage Children's Home/Big Bend Community Based
Point Pepperell and Was of BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
the Baptist faith. She en- Care fundraiser at Madison Street Park. Through a mixture of lunch sales and donations dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.comr
joyed fishing and working the event brought in more than $500 that will help purchase school supplies for children in her yard. Sunland Center was in
Donna was preceded in in foster care. the spotlight Friday as
death by her mother Nina -facility Superintendent
Panell Murphy, her father Merlin Roulhac stepped
boan HMub hera h FARMERS MA KET up as guest speaker for the
band Huber Earl Parrish, Jackson County Chamber
two brothers and one sister. of Commerce's monthly
She is survived by her CUSTOMER APPRECIAT ON AY Power Breakfast.
nephew Sidney Parrish and IINRoulhac outlined Sunwife Terry of Cottondale, .land's missiori, methods
brother-in-law Alfred "Jo" and an important marParrish of Houston, broth- keting goal: To be known
ers Ricky Murphy and as the state and country's
DurellMurphy of Alvarado, premier residential comTX, sister Kathy Hhnee of unity for developmenSan Antonio, TX and nu- unity for developmen-,
merous nieces and neph- tally disabled citizens. She
merous nieces and nephews. urged the Chamber crowd
Services for Donna will to help her spread that
be held on Monday, July word, outlining for them
15, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. from the services provided and
the graveside in Piney the populations served
Grove Cemetery with Pas- at Sunland. She also extor Ernie Dupree officiat- plainedthe process of acin.A time of rememmg. ,A time of remem- countability and follow-up
brace will be held from her staff follows as they5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. on her staff follows as they
Sunday, July 14, 2013 in the plan arid carry out care
Marianna Chapel Funeral for the residents, many of
Home. whom live there for. maly
Marianna Chapel Funer- years. The average current
al Home is in charge of lo- age of Sunland residents
cal 'arrangements. Expres- is 66, but the population
sions of sympathymay be ranges in age. from 20 to
submitted online at 95.
www.mariannachapelfh.corm Located in Marianna,
Opened in 1963 and is
Florists celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Roulhac worked there more
Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. PHOTOS BY MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN ha 2 er r
2911 Jefferson St. Marianna than 23 years, starting as a
850-3722911 Jefson M6ananna customers crowd around Lillie Larry's table (above) Saturday at the Marianna Farm- house parent, later left to

ers Markht during Customer Appreciation Day. Hannah Henderson (below left) take another position with
Toxic algae bloom asks a question while assisting withsome watermelons. Anzella Spears (below, the state, and came back
das superintendent in late studied in Indian River right) hasa laugh as she shops for fresh produce. 2012.Within a few months,
INDIAN RIVER -A federal Roulhac had another sigresearcher has found three .nificant set of duties added
varieties of toxins from mi- 'to her plate when Sunland
croscopic algae he says are was merged operationally
responsible for the deaths, with the Developmentally
of manatees, dolphins and Disabled Defendant Propelicans in the Indian River 'gram in Chattahoochee.
Lagoon in the past year. As she began her adminScientists said manatees istration, Roulhac began
have been eating more of putting her own stamp on
the toxins, which stick to both facilities, adding or
seaweed, because algae refining aspects of their
blooms have killed the sea- various programs and prograss they normally eat. cesses. She talked about
Peter Moeller, a research the importance of planchemist at the National ning, follow-up and adjustOcean Service in Charleston, ment in working out indisaid he still doesn't know ..vidual care for residents of
which algae are producing both campuses, focusing
them or how to eliminate it. her 'talk on Sunland for
e rthe Marianna crowd. It is
From wire reports home to 339 people, with
a campus so complete
that it operates as a miniB dof 2.8164 will put nearly would only see another 1 it was $12,000 a year, the organization. community within sits
$42,000 more tax revenue percent pay raise. contribution dropped to Mayor Paul Donofro Jr. larger environs of Jackson From Page 1A in next year's budget. Those performance- $5,000 when this year's countered that the cham- County. It has everything
based increases would budget was drafted. Next ber promoted the county from medical facilities to
villagee Paty raises be on top of the across- year, it will likely be half and Marianna, adding barber shops. It has jobs
Marianna city officials City employees are like- the-board 1 percent pay that. And some commis- that he felt dropping the within for the residents,
-are planning to retain the ly to see a 1 to 3 percent bumps. sioners think that's still contribution would hurt has sports teams and educuret ilae ae orue um n aytisfal i tetoo high. and organization that is cational services. Yet Roulcurrent millage rate for use bump in pay this fall, if the Cabrhv .
next year, a move meant to preliminary budget is any What the city sees from "in transition" following its hac and staff make sure
capture new tax revenue, indication. One of the smaller bud- the chamber in return recent leadership change. that the residents engage
Those additional tax dol- Plans thus far are to im- get items generated quite for its annual gift was un- In the end, commis- in the larger world around lars will come largely from plement a 1 percent pay a bit of discussion during clear to several, prompt- sioners reached a con- them, traveling daily in an increase in the assessed increase across the board Thursday's workshop: city ing Commissioner Travis sensus to set aside just and out of the' facility to taxable value of property for all eligible employ- contributions to various Ephriam to ask outright, $2,500 for the chamber of shops, recreational areas located within the city, ees, with the potential for civic, school or communi- "What are we getting for commerce in next year's and other places in and most notably equipment some to get even more. ty organizations and proj- our $5,000?" working'budget, around Marianna, other
and/or facilities improve- Eligible employees who ects -- in particular, the That line of discussion The city budget process Jackson County communiments at Ice River Springs also satisfy a job perfor- contribution to the county was prompted by Com- continues in Marianna ties and elsewhere. inside the industrial park mance requirement will chamber of commerce. missioner John Roberts' City Hall at 4 p.m. on July Roulhac also overand at Mowery Elevator get an additional 2 per- The amount of finan- suggestion that the city 31, when a special meet- sees maintenance of the on US 90. cent increase if they make cial support the city gives stop its annual chamber ing is scheduled for the beachside William J. Rish
Officials say with that less than. $40,000 annu- to the chamber has been contribution outright, purpose of setting the pro- Park getaway at Cape San added property value, us- ally, where those making dropping over the last few opting instead to simply posed tentative millage ing the current millage rate $40,000 or more a year years. Where not long ago buy a membership in the rate. See ROULHAC, Page 10A

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Shelia Mann looks over a handout before the start of a public meeting Thursday about the possibility of increased water withdrawals by Sturgeon AquaFarms in Bascom.

bottom of the feeding and
holding tanks is used on
site as fish emulsion fertilizer for vegetables that
grow on the farm's land,
they told the crowd.
For some who had assumed the water would
be gone forever once it,
was pumped out, the news
came as a positive surprise. Sturgeon AquaFarms owner Mark Zaslavsky (right) and Some expressed guarded Marketing Manager Robert Castro Answer questions about relief, but many questions their fish farming operation Thursday during a public meeting remain. in Sneads.
Some farmers in the
crowd who objected to they have no intention of some business plans that the withdrawal found committing. The men said would bring more jobs themselves the target of they chose to locate in Bas- with it. Zaslavsky wants questions by fellow crowd com in part because of the to build a slaughterhouse members- who wondered purity and ideal tempera- there so that some of the howmuch water they take ture of the water that could fish can be taken for conout of the aquifer them- be drawn from that area. sumption in addition to selves, and who pointed When asked whether they the harvesting of roe on out that their withdrawals had considered other sites site. He also plant to esare permanent and unre- but been turned down for tablish a processing center placed. The bottling com- permits in those areas, the and said those operations pany in Marianna was also men said Bascom was their should result some addibrought up as a user that first choice site and that tional jobs. An increased draws water permanently they had not sought per- water withdrawal would out of the aquifer. mits in any other location. allow the farm to hold and
2 Zaslavsky and Castro The foui varieties of stur- raise more fish. The operawere challenged on the geon raised there include tion so far has been an infact that the farm is gen- Beluga and three others cubation of the larger plan erally closed to visitors, which are highly sought it takes female sturgeon with some saying they for the premier quality of several years to sexually felt that left the operation the roe they produce and mature and produce roe,
too shielded from public which is processed into and the operation has knowledge of what goes top-level, pricey caviar. only been up and runon there and thereby raises Some people said they ning two years. Zaslaysky suspicions about it. wondered how the farm said he didnt ask for the Themenpointed outthat contributes to the local larger withdrawal initially the visitor prohibition is in economy, suspecting that because he- didn't have part to safeguard the assets there are very few jobs strong confidence at first as well as keep the public associated with the op- that he could successfully safe from any mishaps on eration. The men said they raise and increase the fish the property,. goals they have roughly 10 employed population to the level he say that any private busi- now, and then revealed now sees is possible. ness would have and that many ensure with similar A
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Lady Tigers fall to both

MHS, Liberty County

BY DUSTIN KENT We lost the second by just two and had five bad serves, and we tied them in the third.
"But we completely fell apart against LibThe Graceville Lady Tigers dropped a erty County. We had a few bad serves android pair of matches Thursday night at Mari- just fell apart,"' anna High Schbol, falling to Marianna and Summerwell, who formerly coached VolLiberty County in summer league action. leyball at Marianna Middle School and It was the first foray into the MHS summer worked with the junior varsity at MHS league for the Lady Tigers, with first-year before replacing former GHS coaci Bob coach Rochelle Summerwell saying that it Bloomer this year, said she still sees a lot of was a pretty uneven performance for her potential inthe LadyTigers. girls. "I have some good athletes. We've been
"Against Marianna, I thought we looked working hard and I think we're going to good and we were missing three of our se- have a good season ahead of us," she said. MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN niors and they are three of our stronger hit- "It will take some time to build it because Graceville coach Rochelle Summerwell speaks to her team during a match at Marianna ters," she said. "It was close. We lost the first High School on Thursday night. (set) by seven and we had nine bad serves. See GRACEVILLE, Page 2B'

Sports aries
Maran .na Summer
Lague Volleyball

monday Altha vs. Crcpley,
5 pm.; Graceville vs. Chiply, ASn
7 p.m.; Graceville vs. Blountstown, 8 p.m.
Tuesday r- Bethlehem vs.
Cottondale, 5 p~m.; C14ipley"1 vs. Bethlehem, 6 p.m.; Cottondale vs. Graceville, 7 p.m.;
Graceville vs. Chipley, 8 p.m.
Thursday Blountstown vs. ......1
liberty County, 5 p.m.; IMdariAhna vs. Blountstown, 6 p.m.;
liberty County vs. Bethlehem,
7 pm.; Marianna vs.,BlountMalone Tigers Youth
Basketball Camp
.The Malone Tigers will host
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Malone School from July 1517 forages 8-13.
Costs $25. Call 850-4829950, ext. 269 to sign up.'.

Chipola Basketball Kids,
Chipola wvill it kids has
ketball camp for Newgpd with age Blueays o
64 onjuly2225
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through. Tursd ay romJ830
a.m. to noon, in the Fi til
IH.Johnrson Healtli Centr
Cost is $60. Pre-registration
is preferred, but walk-i-f
r gistration wiill be available
Campers will get first hand FOrmer Chipola Indians Jose Bautista (left) and Patrick Corbin (right) will play in the Major League Baseball All-Star Game on Tuesday.
BcceDUs to Chpola players and
willearin and perform an.the Chi pola alunms make firstappearance thanks to a breakout sea- is pretty amazing," the long-time Indians

kiwllbutwe id vprewel aaifst hem
drills the college players do son m winning 11 of 12,decisions with coach said Friday. knew going in that
every day. FreeT-shirts aind 2.35 ERA. he was capable of doing it, but a lot had
aards willbe presented. Midsummer Classic Corbin transferred to Chipola for'the to go into being 10-1, and then you look
SnGacks will be available for: 2009 season and went 5-2. He mde the at the fact that they blew four games when
purchase. BY DUSTIN KENT All-Panhandle Conference team efore he was leading going into the ninth inning
To register by phone or dkent@cfloridano being drafted in the second round of the and there's a very good chance he could be
email,-contact assistant coach 2009 MLB Draft and-later being traded to 13 or 14-1 and in the mix as a potential Cy
Glen Mayo at850-260-9583 or Chipola College will have two former Arizona in 2010. Young (Award) winner.
eail coach Blake at blakep@ players represented at the Major League For Bautista, who was drafted in the 20th "I'in just real proud of him. He's just a
chipo'a edu. Visit the Chipola Baseball All-Star Game on Thesday night round in 2000 by the Pittsburgh Pirates great young man and a class act. The sky is bsiteat www l pcholaedu in New York, with Toronto Blue Jays out- before winning consecutive home run the limit for him."
fielder Jose Bautista and Arizona Dia- crowns in 201-2011 with the Blue Jays, Success in MLB was far more elusive Sports IteiS mondbacks pitcher Patrick Corbin both being named an All-Star is nothing new, for Bautista, who didn't become a regular
'being voted to the Midsummer Classic. but Corbin making the game in just his player at the big league level until 2006
send aii sports tems toeditorial@ Bautista is making his fourth consecu- second season in the Majors is an achieve- and didn't make his first All Star Game unSid er e Tht r 'tive All-Star appearance after batting .257 ment that drew praise from Chipola coach til 10 full years after he was drafted.
Is Jackson County Foridan PO Box 520. with 20home runs and 54 RBIs through Jeff Johnson Marianna FL 32447t Friday's game, while Corbin is making his "For a guy to doit as quick as he's done it See INDIANS, Page 2B

Lady Bulldogs get victories

against Graceville, Chipley

BY DUSTIN KENT (against Chipley) the coach said 'They re
dkentWjcfloridanNcor a pretty good team and they played very
well, but we did very well against them.
The Marianna Lady Bulldogs won a pair of We did everything like we should have. We matches Thursday night against Graceville stumbled around a little bit against Gracevand Chipley, taking two of three sets against ile and struggled to pass the ball decently Graceville and all three over Chipley. but other than that, we did good. The servMarianna took the first two sets against ing was a bit lacking, but we pulled it out." Graceville, with the final set ending in a tie The Lady Bulldogs opened the week Monat the end of the time limit. day with matches against Altha and CottonIn the final match, the Lady Bulldogs dale, splitting the two matches with a loss won all three sets over Chipley and earned against the Lady Wildcats and a win over the much praise frolik their new coach, Brittany Lady Hornets. MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Griffin. Kaleigh Bruner makes a diving save for Marianna during a volleyball game against
"We did very well. That was our best game See WINS Page 2B Chipley on Thursday night.

how to cope. See
.more on Page 3B.



your alumni game every
Chipola basketball to host camp Indians year for the past four or
From Page 1 five years shows you what
kind of person he is."
Special ToFloridan that make up Chipola Na- In that breakout sea- Chipola now has three
tion," the coach said. son, Bautista hit 54 home alums who- have made
Chipola College men's Blake said the goal of runs to lead all of base- the All-Star game during
basketball coach Patrick the camp is to provide ball and followed it up Johnson's 17 years with
Blake will host a camp for an exciting environment with a league-leading 43 the Indians, with Russell players age 6-14 from July to help players improve in2011. Martin also being voted
22-25. their skill sets, but to also Bautista hit 27 home an all-star in 2007, 2008
The camp will meet teach them the values of runs in 2012 in only 92 and 2011.
Monday through Thurs- teamwork and work ethic. games, with a wrist injury The Indians coach
\ day from 8:30 a.m. to noon Campers will get first ending his season pre- said seeing his former
in the Milton H. Johnson hand access to Chipola maturely and preventing players have such sucHealth Center. players and will learn him from making a run at cess at the highest level
Cost to attend the camp and perform the drills the a third straight home r1un of the sport was very is $60. Pre-registration is college players do every crown. gratifying.
preferred, but walk-in reg- day. "He's one' of the pre- "It's special. You just
istration will be available Free T-shirts and awards mier guys in all of Major hope somewhere along on July 22. will be presented and League Baseball," John- the way you say someCoach Blake is coming off snacks will be available f6r son said of Bautista. "For thing or do something to his season as head coach purchase. people in our area, you help contribute to some
Sof the Indians in which To register by phbne see what he's doing and of it for them," he said.
they finished second in the or email, contact assis- you look back and un- "I'm just real proud.of league and earned a berth tant coach Glen Mayo derstand the quality and them. There aren't. too
in the state tournament. at (850)260-9583, email 'type of player that we've many people out there to MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN "This is a great chance for coach Blake at blakep@ had come through here. have two guys in the allChipola's Demetrious Floyd goes up for a shot last season. our players and coaches to, or visit the Jose is getting all the pub- star game, and also two Floyd will be one of several Chipola players working with personally get to know the Chipola website at www licity right now, but it's guys who are as good off campers in an upcoming Chipola basketball camp. great families and campers well deserved. If he didn't the field as they are on
get hurt last year, he'd the field.
probably be a three-time "They're great young
home run champion. mefi, two class acts, and
st o s a "Hopefully, he can put they haven't forgotten
Khan faces Michaell Jackson questin A opu t a
a good second half to- where they bame from.
gether and get in the mix It's hard not to be proud
The Associated Press less than a day," he said, tache to pose for pictures mier League clubs have this time. But he's a class of guys like that. They're searching for a diplomatic with Khan on a day of rare American ownership, in- act. Any guy in.his posi- just class acts all the way LONDON Standing on response. "We have to scorching heat in London. cluding four with links to tion who comes back to around."
Fulhanm's field next to the preserve and tespect his- The takeover was NFL teams. River Thames, Shad Khan tory, but we have to move wrapped up swiftly ahead Aston Villa's Randy Lequickly discovered that forward. I'll reflect on it of Fulham's Aug. 17 opener rner sold the Cleveland Thursday with games
the issues Premier League and listen to the fans, then at Sunderland as the 84- Browns last year, the fam- J against Blountstown at 6
owners must tackle extend decide." year-old Al Fayed heads ily of Arsenal's Stan Kroen- FroPagelB p.m. and Bethlehem at 8
far beyond soccer. There's no decision to into retirement. ke owns the St. Louis Rams From Pa p.m.
O his first full day run- be made, -according to Al But it was the NFL that and the Glazer family But Thursday's action Griffin said it's imning the London club, the Fayed. 'first enabled Khan to es- controls both Manchester showed a marked im- portant for' her team to
trickiest questions Khan "Michael Jackson will tablish a sporting bond United and the Tampa Bay* provement for Marianna, build on the momentum had to face were not about stay--it's part of the deal," with London..The Jaguars Buccaneers. Griffin said. from the effort against
the cash available for new the Egyptian said, before will play regular-season Khan said the abuse di- "It was much better Chipley in the summer players, or goals for the adding With Khan in ear- games at Wembley Sta- rected by some United than Monday night. We finale.
upcoming season. shot: 'Are you listening to dium for four consecutive 'fans at the Glazers over got a lot more hits and "I really hope we play
The pressing issue lo- me about Michael Jack- seasons starting with an the debt they added to the attacks and were able to like we did against Chically for the owner of the son? You promise now? Oct. 27 meeting against, club did not give him any actually execute plays in- pley. I hope we don't fall
NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars Otherwise ... I will take the San Francisco 49ers. reservations about buying stead of just free-ballimg back into not. being able on Saturday was about your moustache off." "We obviously have the Fulham. it over the net each time to -run plays and actuMichael Jackson. The moustache has beeh commitment to London "They have a right to ex- and just passing it over," ally hit the ball like we
Yes, the late "King. of Khan's trademarl since with Jacksonville so I was press themselves," Khan she said. "They all did did against Chipley," she
Pop." 1972 as he buiptI his for- looking at that," Khan told said. "But on the other well. Everybody made said.
A statue of Jackson sits tune in the .automotive The Associated Press, dis- hand, I think the world of improvement." "If we do that,
outside Fulham's Craven industry after moving to cussing the takeover in the Glazers. I think they Marianna will wrap up then I think we'll be
Cottage stadium, com- the U.S. from Pakistan. He Fulham's lockerroom. have done a great job with the summer schedule alright."
missioned after the star's bought the Jaguars in 2011 "I have watched Fulham Manr U, so there might death in 2009 by Mohamed andnow Fulham in a deal and I know the history and be a little difference of AlFayed in one of the most thought to be worth more I've been to a game here., opinion."' just going to cohitinue to
contentious' decisions of than $200 million. I just thought about con- Khan said his takeover G 'lm work hard and try to get
his 18-year ownership. As Fayed bid farewell to tacting Mr. Al Fayed about preserves Fulhain's debt-' (the players) actually beNow that the Cottagers the club he took from the a month or so ago just to free status and hopes lieve that they can have
have been sold, might the third tier into the Premier talk to him, and one thing the association with the they struggled a little a winning season. That's statue be removed? League, the former owner led to another." Jaguars will help to at- bit last year, but I think my biggest struggle right
Khan hesitated. 4 of the Iarrods department Khan's takeover means tract sponsors to the they've got a promising now, for them to believe
TI've been an owner store donned a fake mous- six of the 20 current Pre- Cottagers. future. We've got some it.
,__ _ _,_ _ _hard-working girls and "I think we've got some
they're very talented." more work to do, but I
IT11 1111| a m- 5) Just Kidding 7-9 1) Porkchop & Grits ", 21-11
High Team.Hdcp.Game:BlurpleDozards 505 2)'XXX 20-12 The Lady Tigers are think it's going to be a
MONDAY NITE SPECIAL SUMMER High Team Hdcp. Series: Blurple Dozards 1437 3) Behd Em! Pin Em! 19-13 coming off of a winless pretty good season and High Game: LuAnn 295, Greg Nickels 278 4) El Rio 17-15
TEAMSTANDINGS High Series: LuAnn 780, Greg Nickels 737 5) Team i 13-19 2012 season and lost key a good starting point to
JulY TUES7) Threemigos 13-19 seniors Taylor McDaniel, rebuilding the program.
W-L TEAM STANDINGS 8) Team #8 12-20 Caitlin Miller, and Kay- We're very excited abopt
1) The pivas 15-9 High Team Hdcp. Game: Bend Em! Pin Em! 691
2) Steve & Ed 15-9 JULY 9 High Team Hdcp. Series Bend Em! Pin Em! 1945 lee Vaughn, leaving this theseason.We'vegotsome.
3) Hot Stuff 14-10 W-L High Game: Jay Roberts 280 year's team with many very good athletes and
4) Shenanigans 13-11 1) Jay's Group 28-4 High Series: Jay Roberts 696 yre ith an ey g atte
4) shnanians 1-11 ) Ja's Grup 2-4 g: 7, ; ,. r. ,, .they're learning abouti !! 5) Pin Busters 12-12 2) TASBAD '19.5-12.5 THURSDAY SUMMER NO TAP more questions than an- they're leading about the
6) T&J 11-13 13)XMen i7.5-14.5 ,'V, swers heading into the game.
7) Team Poe 5-15 4) Waffle House 17-15 TEAM STANDINGS fall season. Graceville will play
HighTeam Hdcp. Game: Hot Stuff 494 5) Craptastic 15-17 fl e h oay at lay,
High Team Hdcp. Series: Hot Stuff 1391 6) Strike Force 13.5-18.5 JULY 11 "I think we have a good Monday at MHS against
High Game Hdcp.: LuAnn 213, Lynn 212 7) Sharpshooters 11.5-20.5 W-L bit of work ahead of us, hipley at 6 p.m. and
High Series Hdcp: LuAnn 561: Lynn 620 8) 3 Men & A Lady, 6-26. 1) Dominators 15-5 bit of work ahead of us, hipley at 6 p.m. and
TUESDAYORNING NO TAP High Team Hdcp. Game: Craptastic 979 2) 3 "P"s and a "W" 14-6 but they definitely have Blountstown at 8 p.m.,
High Team Hdcp. Series Craptastic 2821 3) The Wesley Crusher's 11-9
TEAM STANDINGS High Game Hdcp: Debbie Treadway 277 Lynn 282 4) Cassandra's Crew 812 the talent if we can just and will wrap up play at
High Series Hdcp: Theresa Rischar 753, Lynn 735 5) Bat Friends 7.5-12.5 unleash it," Summerwell the Marianna summer JULY 9, 6) Whiskey Throttle 4.5-15.5.
W-L WTBA High Team Hdcp; Game: The Wesley Crushers 960 said. I can see the raw league Ttesday, night
1) Blurple Dozards 13-3 TEAM STANDINGS High Team Hdcp. Series The Wesley Crishers 2644 talent, but we just need against Cottondale at
2) Iiynamic Duo 10.5-5.5 High Game: Kelley Kindelspire 291 & Jessica
3) All in the Family 9.5-6.5 JULY10 English 290 a little bit more knowl- 7 p.m. and Chipley at 8
4) Best Friends 8-8 W-L High Series: Kay Pittman 710 Kelley Kindelspire 676 edge of the game. We're p m.

Fishing Report'

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fish are active despite the ductive technique later in Hybrid fishing ispoor catfish are fair up and heat. Early morning and the day. upriver, but some nice down the river. The best
late-aftemoon topwater Crappies are fair on the fish have been taken far catfishing is in the tailwa- "
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Young anglers know how to cope

M y contemporaries pole aside, picked up the Jacob, George's nephew, fish weren't biting. But, prepubescent fisherman
(folks in their50s .cricketcage and gleefully was unperturbed, hap- no. He's a grown-up. Such myself. Then I grew up
and 60s) often flung it into the pond, yell- pily working on a "crafts" things are forbidden and, by rule, couldn't help
Ssigh and wistfully say how ing, "Swim, bugs!" at the project deep inside his him. my son figure them out. I
nice itwould be if they top of his lungs. uncle's cavernous tackle When my son Kyle was was required to cuss and
were once again children. As the plastic-and-wire box. When finished, he just a wee-tot angler, he moan about the closedTruth be known, I've container slowly sank into proudly displayed his was fond of occupying mouthed redbreasts
occasionally expressed BobHorneay the murky depths and work to the heretofore, himself on fishless days instead.
the same wishfulthought Outdoors Columnist Josh clapped his hands, unaware adult. with "philosophical". Reading back over all
myself. Dad finallybecame aware "Look, Uncle George," questions.directed at his this, my eyes fall onto the
Generally, however, I Grown-up anglers, of the fact that it was time the boy said excitedly, "a father, who was, as a rule, word'"maturity" inthe
find myself pretty content you see, just don't know to stop griping about the chaini" selfishlylamentinghis. second paragraph. My
with my present stage of how to cope with the poor fishing and go home. The kid extracted nearly misforturie and uttering mother shall read that, life. Maturityjisn't such phenomenon of piscato- Had he simply performed five dozen bass plugs words wholly unfit for a shake her head and laugh a bad thing after all. I'm rial "lockjaw." If the fish Josh's feat himself an fromthebox, allhooked little boy's ears. uproariously It wasn't that reasonably satisfiedwith aren't biting, we fret, hour or so earlier,.he'd together end to'end in "Daddy, what kind of long ago, you see, that she my-chronological pdsi- fume, cuss, bellyache, have saved himself a lot train-like fashion, thett shells do shellcrackers said to me, "Son, in nearly tion these days. My place and walk around for days of weeping, wailing and dropped the "string" onto crack? Do'fish beds have 61 years you have never on the timeline, if you afterwardwith that old teeth-gnashing. the boat deck when his pillows? Do fishes have grown up. All you did was
will'. pooth-lipped expression Likewise, Uncle George uncle yelled in horror. The necks? If fishes cant close get older."
Still, tiere ar~ times' on our faces. Not so with only made a fruitless. result was a gnarled ball of their eyes, how do they No, Mom, I did grow when I think, if only children. Little fishermen outing worse when he multicolored plastic and sleep? Why did you drop up. Really I did. But fleetinfigly, that being a adroitlymake the best of vainly tried for three hours balsa wood held together theq motor in the lake? Why sometimes, in certain kidagain would l6equite. bad situationss. to entice the crappies by roughly 135 sharp do worms taste like dirt? instances, I surely wish I
advantfageous. Th'se Four-year-old Josh, for into biting. Heworked treble hooks. Do fishes take swimming hadn't..
thoughtful reveries occur example, while fishing angrily and feverishly, Uncle George, of course, lessons? Do catfishes Like, why can't gorging. most ften on days I am with his dad, had little experimenting with vari- could have easily "con- purr? What is a dadblasted myself on RCs, Moon Pies fishing and not catching trouble finding alternative ous depths and trolling structed" the same thing @#$%!?" andVyeenees still.comfishThe9e summer dol- entertainment after he speeds ard tying on dif- three hours earlier, gotten. All questions worthy of pensate for the bass not drisaid oftel fishless tired of trying to coax un- ferent jigs, spinners and the mess untangled three serious discussion, exactly biting? And, woe is me, days lend themselves very cooperative bluegills onto spoons. hours sooner, withnary the kind of queries I spent why did I forget to bring
well to such thoughts. his hook. He simply set his Meanwhile, young a thought to the fact the hours contemplating as a the Imodium?

Thur de France

Tentin wins stage 4; Froome eyes Ventoux

The Associated Press I'm 41; that's. nature."
The yellow jersey group
LYON, France Ital- was about five minutes beian cyclist Matteo Trentin hind when the frorit-run-.
timed his finish perfectly ners had all completed the
to win the hilly 14th stage second Category' 3 climb..
ofthe Tour de France, while "Those two were the bigChris Froome preserved gest ones aof the day, but
his overall lead by staying ,only moderate ascents
in the pack on Saturday. compared to what awaits
Froome and the other the riders on Sunday.
main contenders. were Millar calls the Ventoux
more than seven minutes climb "horrible" and Polish
back when Trentin crossed rider Michal Kwiatkowski
the finish line in Lyon to: is dreadingit.
becoihie the first Italian to "It's such a legendary'
win a stage this year. mountain that I'm a little
Froome managed not bit scared about it," said
to. lose any more time Kwiatkowski, seventh overto his main rival Alberto all but nearly five minuiesContador ahead of Sun- behind Froome.
day's daunting 3-miTHEASSOCATEDPRESS Sunday is Bastille Day.
a's daunt 13-mile Matteo Trentin of Italy celebrates crossing the finish line ahead of Michael Albasini of Switzerland (far right) and Andrew Judging by the thousands ascent of Mont. V Ta rs- op lehtrd
one. of cclin g's tough- lansky of the U.S. (far left) to win the 14th stage of the Tour de France over 119.4 miles with the start in St.-Pourcain-sur- ppf h o d on, of c.ycling's lough- o.f. people...... .., .... ......... w how turne out-'- ..
est climbs, her Britain's Sioule andthe finish in Lyon, central France on Saturday. on the roadside to cheer on
Tom Simpson collapsed east-central city of Lyon, overjoyed with his first Martin clinched Wednes- set off early, with Jens Saturday, the atmosphere and died during the 1967 one of the gourmet capi- stage win in a major race. day's time trial. Voigt, Jan Bakelants and up Ventoux promises to be Tour. tals of France and home '"I knew that if I started "To be part ofthis team British rider David Mil- electric.
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cation), but of course it 'My teammates con- a win in the Tout, this my teammates cameto say: Talansky the group's two stages so far in the would be great to win to- trolled the stage anddid means something. I want 'Congratulations.' 'highest-placed rider in the, Pyrenees in Stage 9 and morrow," Froome said. "In a great job," Froome said. to enjoy this because the The first tl'ree were fol- general classification in Friday's fla sag andhe 'cycling sterns itwouldbe "Just keeping an eye on next days are going to be lowed 7 minutes, 17 sec- a good position. 'needs them to be at their like a dram come true.' things." hard.". onds later by the heaving '"Voigt's first Tour was in best to repel any attacks
Froome, the Tour fa- Froome remains. 2:28 As they contested the massof riders in thepelo- 1998, andSaturday's was from Contador so he cah vorite, lost more than a' ahead of Mollema, consid- sprint outside Stade Ger- ton, with Froome's Sky and his 303rd day of racing in relax on Monday's rest day minute to Contador, the ered an outsider, and 2:45 land football stadium, Alberto Contador's Saxo- the showcase race in his -- the second of the race. two-time former champi- clear of Contador, the 2007 Trentin surged from the Tinkoff teams forming a 16tih Tour. "My focus is going to be
on, and Dutchman Bauke and: '09 .champion who back to beat Swiss. rider shield around their star "To be honest, fiveyears on keeping yellow, pre"Mollema in Friday's inci- was stripped of his 2010 Michael Albasini by half a riders. too many,"Voigtsaidwhen serving the advantage I
dent-packed sprint stage. title for doping.' wheelAmerican'Andrew An 18-man breakaway asked why he couldn't lapt. have," Froome said.
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his teammates for keep- son to attack now," Froome It was the second straight ing, him out of danger said. "A lot of people spent stage win and third on the 119-mile leg from energy in the last couple of in the last four for the: the winemaking town of days, soit will be an inter-' Omega Pharma QuickStep Saintiqurcain-sur-Sioule esting one." team after Mark Cavendish
in central France to the Meanwhile, Trentin was won on Friday anid Tony


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ATLANTA Braves, outfielder Jason Heyward said
Friday his strained right
hamstring feels better and he hopes to avoid the disabled list.
Heyward left Thursday
night's game against the
Reds after hurting the
hamstring while running
the bases.
Reed Johnson is starting
for Heyward in right field
on Friday night. Heyward
might be held out through
the weekend, but he says THEASSOCIATED PRESS
there is improvement. Atlanta Braves right fielder Jason Heyward lies on the field "I feel better today than after being injured while sliding into third base in the game I did last-night," Heyward against the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday in Atlanta. said. "There is more flex- do would probably be not Gattis took batting ibility in my hamstring play,",Heyward said of the practice with the Braves and less pain. It's not as weekend games against Wednesday and Thursday uncomfortable, but there the Reds. and impressed Gonzalez.
still is pain, it's still really "As of now, thebest thing "From what I've seen sore." to do would be cautious. these last two days, the THEASSOCIATEDPRESSTILE
Heyward said the Braves Knowing these four days weekend will be enough," Miami Heat President Pat Riley (right) and head coach Erik Spoelstra celebrate the team's are taking a "day to day" off are coming with the Gonzalez said. second NBA championship June 21.
approach to the injury. All-Star break, it would be "If everything goes well, R "I've got to do what's best good to get this time to rest he should join the club on a
-for the rest of the season, and come back and not Friday (in Chicago)." 1
what's best -for me, until worry about further hurt- Right-hander Branthey can get me back on ing myself and not coming don Beachy also is mov- a
the field healthy," he said. back too soon." ing closer to his return. 10 am n e o
Manager Fredi Gonza- Gonzalez said Heyward's Beachy, recovering from u se
lez said the All-Star break improvement is a good right elbow ligamentcould help Heyward avoid sign it is not a "full-blown" replacement surgery in. The Associated Press window ends, so a change of plans is
the 15-day disabled list "if hamstring injury. June, 2012, is scheduled possible. Still, Miami is expected to be
he keeps getting better." If Gonzalez said the Braves to pitch for Gwinnett on MIAMI For now the prospects of the favorites heading into next season, Heyward is held out this hope catcher-outfielder Sunday. paying a big luxury-tax bill next year is even though several teams in the Eastweekend, he would have Evan Gattis can return from Beachy was close to not enough to dissuade the Miami Heat ern Conference should be better than 'a full Weekdffbeforethe hisrightobliqueinjuryaf- returning to the Braves from its plan fo keep the its current they were this past season. 'BratesIresume play after ter the All-Star break. Gat- when he experienced championship core intact. Brooklyn, most notably, made a huge
the breal-at the Chicago tis was schedule to begin a discomfort in the 'elbow Heat President Pat Riley said Friday splash this summerbyacquiring Kevin White Sox on July9. three-game -rehabilitation, and was pulled off his re- that the team does not currently plan Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry "Going into it, I would assignment with Triple-A habilitation schedule on to use its one-time amnesty optioI as a from the Boston Celtics a move that say the smarter thing to Gwinnett on Friday. June 14. way of lightening its looming tax load, :helped drive the Nets' potential luxurywith the team's focus instead being on tax bill for this coming season well past simply finding ways to get better. the $70 million mark., "Right now, we're not using amnesty, "We understand th economic-slashno," Riley said. basketball ramifications of where we
sAmnesty would allow the Heat to es- are in the game today," Riley said. "We're rvi sentially cut one player and pay what- very diligent when it comes to the ecoever is left on his contract, but without nomic-slash-basketball decisions that that salary counting against the team's you have to make. What one other SNCO ocap space or add to future luxury-tax team does, it doesn't have any bearing No. 4 car for StewartHaas bills. Miami is currently in line to pay on what we're thinking about. We're a
more than, $30 million in tax for the three-time finalist,. we've won backThe Associated Press coming season, though 'could shave off to-back championships, we've got our
at least one-quarter of that by parting entire core back, signed, opted-in and LOUDON, N.H. Kevin with someone like Joel Anthony or Mike we're tickled to death with that."
Harvic'k was stuck in a rut, Miller. As of now, all players from Miami's
after so many empty sea- Inaconference callFriday, Rileymade rotation this past season are expected
sons chasing a champion- clear that the team's plan is to add and back. Ray Allen exercised his player
ship with Richard Chil- not subtract, especially coming off two option to return, and Chris Andersen
dress Racing. straight lNB4A championships. signed a one-year deal to stay in Miami,
"When you show up to "We want to win and we want to win a move that Riley said was huge.
the same desk for 12 or 13 again next year and we're going to try to "He'll be even better for us next year,"
years, you're like, 'Man, I do everything we can to do that," Riley Rileysaid."Itwas crucialtokeep him and
need a new desk," Harvick said. "What I said at the end of the sea- we're very fortunate that he stayed."
said. son is what Imeant Iwant to tryto keep Rileyalso said the team tried to land a
More like a new team. this team intact as long as we can be- perimeter player by offering the taxpaySo Harvick will swap the cause we have a championship basket- er mid-level during free ageppncy, to no
car, get a new work ad- ball team here and continuity being, I avail. He has also remained in contact
dress, even change his think the most important thing to when with the camp of free agent center Greg
number. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS it comes to winning championships ... I Odeni who is attempting a comeback
Just toss him a cooler NASCARdriver Kevin Harvick smiles during a news conference would hate to break itup." after years of serious knee issues and he's keeping the beer. before practice for the NASCAR New Hampshire Sprint Cup Riley said team officials will meet next hopes to be; with an' NBA club in time Harvick will take his Series Camping World RV Sales 301 on Friday in Loudon, N.H.' week before tls summer's amnesty for training camp this fall. Budweiser sponsorship with him when he makes decision." with Childress' grandson,
his long-awaited move to Newnan has won three Austin Dillon. 'Childress '
Stewart-Haas Racing in Cup races in five seasons has Paul Menard and Jeff 2014. Harvick will have with SHR after leaving Burton under contract. Budweiser on .the No. 4% Penske Racing following He could just replace Chevrolet as the primary the 2008 season. Stewart Harvick or add a fourth sponsor for 20 races in told Newman in a 20-min- car. 2014. ute conversation Wednes- Busch, whose team has
"It was just me need- day night that he was a 'technical alliance with ing to rejuvenate myself," out. .RCR, simply said he has
Harvick said Friday at "I do not know what my "irons in the fire" for next New Hampshire Motor future holds. I have no season. Speedway. idea," Newman said. Childress is Openly
Harvick's move had been Newman, 16th in the grooming his organizabrewing since he made the points race, could fill the tion for his grandsons, decision last year to bolt empty seat at RCR.. Kurt Austin and Ty Dillon, who the RCR team that hired Busch, who drives for are currently competing in him in 1999. He's made Furniture Row Racing, is a NASCAR's lower national the most of his lame-duck potential candidate along levels. season, with two wins and
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LF R Af You Have It and Don't Need It* Ref unit with 3ft prep cooler.
[ 3ft. convection oven on stand 220 volt 8502093322 0! 850573-6594 10x2 5i th 3 M Sell It in the CLASSIFIEDS *4 burner grill for cooking steaks 4128Hwy231
m Seven 4-seater tables
Call 334-677-0808*30 black stack chairs U 4 boxes of plastic dishes, glass plates, FRESH PdRDi plastic cups & silverware.
CLOTHI.. &i RELATD l14ft 4 well steam table with ref unit and 1st. An~esary Saledisplay case.He d i
s 3ft metal roll around storage box. Farm
Want to save time on your $1,000. ALL Call 334-791-2800 Produce
vacuumcleaners, sh. beds, toIys, shopping experience?
party &,school spliousewares, Ever wish you could have clothes picked
outforyouas soonasyourwalkinyour Now Open Hwy. 52 Slocomb
favorite store? Have you ever wanted help AL
Finding that unique" vintage dress or antique
T piec? of furniture? I CAN HELP.When people U-Pick or We-Pick Tomatoes
have asked about passion the first and only
___________________-']____i-, thing that would come to mind is shopping. Free Kittens (4) to a good home, 6 weeks old,
I can do what I love & help others in the litter trained, male & female. 850-272-4908 Call Today 334-726-7646 process. Rates are $15/hr for i, personal
.DOWN SIZING! antiques & collectibles shopper and $25 finder's fee for vintage FRESH PRODEl
Marked "BC" 30 % discount of furntlure, clothing and furniture. After a short get to AKC English Bulldog: Beautiful 1Y2 yr old male,
40% discount on misc.'* See at Backyard II know you session, I can assist in making red brindle color, current shots and wormed,
4 your shopping experience not only a very sweet & healthy, house trained.$10 Hewett Farms
Treasure 2331 Ross Clark Circle. memorable one but a painless one. Email OBO. Call 334-735-2957 for more info. Bulldog Puppies-English, Male and female for Peas, Squash, mor i them at gwl20y leadfemal o h
Adoption. Contact me if you are willing to have
EXERCISE EQUI1PMENl them at cucumbers,
__ ,_.______ --o______- __ Bowflex Extreme 2 SE: Barely used, must. German Shepherd Puppies. AKC, 4 males p c k ie s o k r
sacrifice, $700 OBO. Horizon, Evolve Compact Ta on site. Shots and wormed. Black and Treadmill, works great $150. Ab'Coaster (for Tan $350 Call 334-393-7284 or 334-806-5851 Off hwy 90 between Cypress that 6 pack) like new, $100. Call 334-685-3202 Registered Jack Russell
HEALTHPRODUCTS puppies $300 (one male & Grand Ridge on Mayo Rd.
rough coat and one male
e7 broke coat) must see Bobby Hewett
_W i& U DIABETIC TEST STRIPS Call (850) 762-8657 850-592-4156
~or 850-899-8709
Be your own boss and partner with the NEEDED I BUY SEALED/
world's largest commercial UNEXPIRED BOXES A or 850-899-8709
cleaning franchise. $20K! CALL BOB (334) 219-4697 4 s. $0
in monthly customer included. 8 U T
1-888-273-5264 JEW Y & .,_ WATCHES Bring your ow bucket! 7day Wanted: Old Coins, Gold, r -----------------------Diamonds, Guns, And Tools -West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-6711440. Julian Aplin
AWNM J & RDEN E .- ; E U -p ic k P e a s
OTPPOT UNITY IGenerator: Tahoe Diesel Generator
TPI7000LXH. New, never Used. Remote start, and
(1)Tw o e o ae single cylinder vertical four stroke'air cooled,
directinjection. $2,000. Call 251-254-0093 Tomatoes

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Michelin Tires & Rims: Radial X, LTX A/S,
Sr P255/70/R18, off of Toyota Tundra, brand new. FRESH P1
w good $1,200 OBO Call 334-790-0086 or 334-790-1331
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~sweet corn, onions,K Z d0itcucumbers, Sqaush, nwptte oa oe
okra, peppers,Ho eG wn res
cabbage, & Zucchini Other Fresh Vegetables!
gav .. .Open Mon-Sat (7-6) I All Farm Fresh!
Boat Trailer: 14-20' gl.$450. 850-482-2636 Gator National champion '09 Football $50 Anti-*347266.~22 .H y5 avr
Buffet: $1"75; curio Cabinet $125; Hand Stitched que Rocker $25: Gospel Tapes $5 850-263-1039 334-793-6690 *
Queen Quilt $200 Txt 850-272-6903 for pics. Hadley Air Horns $100. 850-352-2040 ';] _____________o________,,,,]_____. aea eta 5m$5. 5-5-00 Metal sign, lighted display area 10x5 w/2-6ff. e: )' 'II] ] P ;0m] i
camea: entx 35m $50.850-52-040 supports, letters & pole $500. 850-592-6203
Camera: Pentax 5Omml:1.7 lens. $40. Great Tires: (4) Michelin Radial, 245/65/R17, cross AM KPEVLEA
quality. 850-482-7665. terrain. $40 all. Call 850.-592-3261 *~ ..SELFRS-SIPRVLEA
casting reel: Garcia Ambuer Ambassedur 5500c. Wedding Supplies: Gold Overlays (25) $40; Vo- Shelled Pea's Butter Beans 0 Okra
850-482-7665 tive candle Holders (60) $40 OBO 334-432-5334 ~ .i Tomatoes Watermelons
[ Green Peanuts
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WANTED: 25 Drivers
is accepting applications for M CLA N Eo Ie
thefollowing positions: Maintenance Paper Carrier Trainees
0 Publicationscoordinator Technician M NEEDED NOW!
m Operations and Technical e Reliable Learn to drive for
support AssociateMcLane Company, one of the largest *Rlal
Support Asoiate grocery wholesale companies in the nation, 9 Business Minded Werner Enterprises
is looking for a Maintenance Technician to
Position and application information join our Dothan, Alabama Division. 9 Proof of Insurance Earn $800 per week !
are available at This position reports directly to the e Dependable Transportation No experienceneeded !
Maintenance Supervisor and is responsible
www.chipofaeu/personnWjobs. f9r all aspects of troubleshooting, repair Local CDL Training
and preventive maintenance actions on alljo red in1das
Contact Human Resources at electro mechanical systems and other ready in 15 days! or at (850)718-2269. facility equipment. Must be able to use PLC 00I
background investigations. diagnose and troubleshoot automation mal- EA $$$ '32
EQ A OPPORTUNTY EMPLOYERct functions along with making required sys-
tern and program modifications as needed. $C
In addition, must have the ability to read
and understand electric blueprints and CAD Per month AFTER expenses drawings. Familiar with video security, TRAN.SPORTATON & L*OISTICS
access control and fire alarm systems and
]Nfi directing of Cat 5 cabling. Perform scheduled and emergency maintenance repair on
all conveyors, material handling equipment Bi or Co ta tatCl s A D
Northwest Florida Community Hospital, and automated machinery. And have a the Ja
Chipley, FL is seeking qualified working knowledgeof 480 volt/3 phase the Jackson County DRIVERS
candidates for the following position: power and 24 volt DC and AC controls. Floridan, 4403 Needed Immediately
The ideal candidate will have experience in
Human Resources Manager industrial maintenance. Related technical Constitution Lane, Wiregrass Local Wiregrass Hauling
degree or other related professional .3 years mi. driving history
The qualified candidate will be a training and basic network systems / Marianna, FL w Dar xprience
self-starter and a motivated, creative, software experience is preferred with Dump Trailer Experience
energetic leader. Must possess excellent eaeCopnofrnxeletslry________________ Home nights
inrltd McLane CQmpany offers an excellent salary, TRNPRTTO & GS TC
communication skills. Degree in related annual bonus plan and benefits that include 4 Apply online at:
field required, Master's degree preferred. medical, dental, vision; life, STD, LTD, and Appl online at
Experience in healthcare preferred, 401k. If you are interested in applying for , this position, you may stop by our main Perdido Trucking
PHR certification a plus. lobby Monday through Friday between the
hours of 8am and 5pm or forward your PAPER Service,LLC
Applications available online at resume and salary history to: 7T'ANSPORT, 11C. 251-470-0355 and/or application to:
Email McLane Southeast Dothan DRIVERS GENERL., LOYMEN
(850) 415-8106 or Fax (850) 638-0622 Attn: Human Resources Paper Transport, Inc has IMMEDIATE
Smoke and Drug Free Campus. EOE 100 McLane Parkway OPENINGS for CLASS A DRIVERS for City of Marianna has a
Cottonwood, AL 36320 "Natural Gas Utility Tecnician"
INSALLTION_&__________,Ptonwood Our dedicated accounts. position open. Apply atyour local One
Fax: (334) 678-27547 E/Drug Workplace Employer
Equipment E-mail: 99% No.Touch Freight
Operator I E.O.E. *-Competitive Pay & INSTRUCTION
High school diploma or IT'S AS EASY AS $.38 Cents + Bonus Per Mile &0 I TI
equivalent with some .] SCHOL & INSTRCTIO
experience in the safe 1. 2.PLACE YOUR AD 18 Months Experience Required. ahead to your
operation of a farm tractor and cutting $1000 SIGN ON BONUS! future! Start training
head with hydraulic/electrical switches Qualified Driver could be hired FORTIS for a newdical Assisting,
and driving truck with a loaded trailer G-EAL E within a Week! COLLEGE Medical Office Admin.,
attached; able to supervise inmates. .Electrical Pharmacy Technology,
Must have a valid Class B CDL drivers Call Fortis College 888 202 4813
license prior to employment. For consumer info: visit
Starting Salary: $17,236.00/yr.
Equipment Operator II
High school diploma or equivalent, and
1- 2 years of experience driving heavy
equipment. Must have a valid Class B It's sim ple, call one of our friendly
commercial drivers license by the State
of Florida prior to employment. ADRENALINE RUSH!
You'll also get career training and money for
Starting Salary $18,074.00/yr. college. If you're ready for the'excitement, jin
the Army National Guard todiy. Classified representatives
Environmental Services Tech I SSG Ambrotio Bias C s f dpe t i
Graduation from high school and some 850-294-7349 ,ygo experience driving a vehicle with a -1800-GO-GUARD
manual transmission, pulling and
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Blue Springs Recreational Park (Requires B
weekend supervision of seasonal
employees). Must be able to obtain and, O D-,
maintain a certification from the FL Dept .. ... .. .. .. .. al ,,"'
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within one year of employment. .. .
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8 B Sunday, July 14, 2013 Jackson County Floridan C LASSIFIEDS
RV for Sale 1998 Fleetwood Discovery.
HICAP ACCESSIBLE 34' length. 5.9 liter Cummins Diesel Pusher CALL FOR TOP PRICE
Engine 275 hp w/ Allison 6 sp transmission, on ketllace
Freightliner chassis. 54,741 miles. Very good FOR JUNK VEHICLES
HOLLY HILL APARTMENTS condition, very well-maintained. Major mainte1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments nance work includes new rubber roof, new I ALSO SELL USED PARTS C-A-- ED-"
Monthly rent from $582 + utilities awning, new Michelin tires, and new InterstatLEe 24 HOUR TOWING 334-7-8664 24 H USIA D A...
Rental Assistance for Qualified Applicants batteries. Many upgrades including flat screen ___24 HOURS A DAY
For Rental info & Applications TVs, new mattress, rock guard, and more. 7 DAYS A WEEK
Call: 850-482-7150 $37,000. In Blakely, GA. Call 229-723-4360. 52 WEEKS A YEAR
Holly Hill Apartments 52 CASH JUST A CLICK AWAY.
Located at 4414 Holly Hill Drive, Marianna MOTOR HOMES pGuaranteed for A old AWAY.
Mon-Fri, 9:00 AM-00PM 1999 35ft Pace Arrow: Ford V10, new front-in Equipment, Tractors, Semis, Junk Cars Visit us at:
Equal (TDD #1 o0-955-8771) with michilin tires, very clean, lots of storage, Nothing to big, nothing to small
Housing Opportunity Provider & Employer private bedroom, dual AC with generator, mi- o 3 7 2
t '~ crowave. $13,900. Call 334-793-3494 or 334-333- 334-596-7791or 334-677-7528 =

One bedroom apartment for rent
2941 Green St, Marianna. A Q C S V LH S SL HO- ES FO SALE
$490 month 1 yr. lease $400 dep.
Call Joanne 850-693-O0 d Ford 1968 Mustang: emerald green, only 131k
miles, 289 4 barrel automatic, rebuilt motor
F H "U [IUNl ; Dl and transmission, good condition. Asking
$6,000 OBO 'Call 334-733-0106
1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna
2&3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own ATOS FOR SAL T
Lot rent Included. For details 00..010 CaL ESTATE
-4a 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4- SS Coupe V8, RS package SOUTH
Dual exhaust polished PROPERTIES PROPERTIE
stainless steel tips, rear 4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446
4 5 o spoiler, high intensity halo- (850) 526.2891
il 2BR lBA House for rent, gen headlamps, running lamps, ultrasonic rear Each 0i s Independentl0Owned andOperated
Safe neighborhood, $500/mo + dep. parking assist,.am/fm stereo, satellite radio, SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER
850-482-8196 OR 850-209-1301 Boston premium acoustic sound system, leath2643 Faney St Cottondale er sport bucket seats, elite alum. wheels. Only Ouida Morris
3BR/1BA, 213,000 mi. Exc. condition. $28,900. 334-797-0987
CH&A No Pets, $600 Mo. + $400 Dep. Audi 2011 A4, sun roof, leather, low miles. Call REALTOR
(850) 352-4222 or 850-557-4513 Matt 334-587-2957. Broker/Owner BUILD YOUR DREAM
3BR/IBA Brick home, Malone area, Ig quiet Buick 1997 LeSabre, 850.209-4705 a / .. :, / WOODED LOTS In
yard, dirt road, $600 Mo. Chip 850-209-1265 Csolaecl i, t hr ~ eea ost
uto ,loaded, cold air, 7 There ale several lots to
yard dit rad, 600Mo.Chip8502091265Cusomchoose from. Located an 2BR/1BA MH Sneads, recently updated, water, new tires, 79,000 miles, / r ooaer 2, 1.20
sewer, pest control, lawn service included like new condition, carMARIANNA Brkc
$450 Mo. Call Jamie 850-209-8333 $3874. Call 334-790-7959. home close to town, Jarge living Road a lo
room, stone fireplace, eatn that can be purchase asa whoeforS35000orCan be pachasedi 131.05 -lots Each
A1paa warranty, kitchen and 3 bodroomt or $10,000. Located close t the High School and mn an-Wtablished neighborhood'
like new, $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron CLSTCBOGS(_)5319fomreiomaonrcpyfsuv
Ellis 334-714-0028. ENTER 0 DREW HOME
CHEVY 1995 CAPRICE-Clean, runs great, cold MLS248481 $52,500. ExecutivewHome sittington 4
ace it a privacy aetflill
--Austin T lr& Co air,.fully loaded $3,300 OBO ,334-740-0229 A O E-Great lot *oo 3OPeatI c l 0arc&Ele ctr0ni xTnltciver
Austn T ler CoPerfect for Entertaining witover Tylerull lode $336 347002 MALONE Otttooin 30 o ft. Snacitas Ec 'hen
Quality Homes & Apartments / for mini form, 8 acres cleared nd tuhbrekfa0st Electrolux
DOL YO NEor A VEHCLE "CIOereon touch screen cook rap. The raing
4 850- 526-3355 or rallo DO N V L ready to form, includes 3 bedroom m bttray h ignlg that ia
"Property Manageiment IsOur ONLY Business" GOT BAD CREDIT? form house with metal roof tn shigh wown hlt in book
Pass Repo pass bankruptcy, vinyl siding. Located on newly ftceilings!Thistrue4bedroom
MO IE O ES F R E T31bath home hasa split bedroom 1 [*].]I 'r=[ ; i .= /i.slow credit ok wae Od. a ith 2 master bedroms.
$0 Dow l Payment, MLS 247820 to. 5000. TheMasterS ite hasalare bathroom win garden tub and French Siding hocasahing1opoarea. Amazing
P/ol0Patio Laai with a cabana bath. There s a 27x19 palio that you can relex on wtoe the kids play io the
2/2 located in Sneads $50. MO. Tax, Tag & Title healed pool or Spa. Lt lhe hide play in th Large Famirnc here ar ao e ar detached garage with plenty
S8505 3.308 Ask about $75. m onthly FREE GAS BO NIFAY Lovely ofstorage Ca lltodayforyorexcusiveshowing! MLS112 r466.L L STACY nE 9t5IYW
2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale. Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 2 h home with mstr1700 s
S500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. fireplace, nice open 0 under hle The 21 x 13 Uing Ford 2011 Fusion, low miles, leather, priced to kitchen and MORE! roomhas beauhulia c 0rano
l 850-209-8847 4 sell. Call Bon 205-572-1279. MLS248327. $89,900. flors!' Taster aerom toh
hetfronr tare hardood arder the
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. Infiniti 2012 G37: 23k miles, fully loaded, blue cardeLceTeisan11Fnyoyomr
2~~~~~~~om ha& i3oR Moie oe i otoel ARAN
NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month with beige leather interior navigation system, Exceplional 4 bedroom home ho tatMo be eaiyonvenaeaer
Roomate situation also available. XM radio, heated seats, alloy wheels, sunroof, many custom fdotures, formal nra124n1dedCreaU ES aoeam ckrnOR E asaneerrana 5cmn3-h1r990adaed
L 850-258-1594 Leave Message one owner, regular maintenance and serviced. living/dining rooms, large kitchen
$32,000 Call 334-355-1426 and 600 It den with broken style 1 LOCATED IN
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Nissan 2010 Frontier, X cab, low miles, must MLS 248506 a $174,900. CORNER. Cozy 3
I sell! $200 down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis Bedroom 2 Bath home
in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 33471-028.91MARIANAhaprox 1300 s ft
Ali$334-714-0028. 3 under air! Vinyl Siding
Nissan 2012 Maxima, low. miles, sun roof, Brick home in town with 3 with no Maintenance
I Mobile Home (by itself) Tavaris 334-618-7989. edrooms, located on nice needed! Home has a
,3/2 D, Wd. M priced to sell. Call T- shaded lot close to local metal roof, a 21x6 Back
on quiet lot in Sneads: 850-209-595 Nissan 2012 Sentra, still under factory Warran- amenities. Great for first Ponchand a27o0Front
ty..Great gas mileage, real nice car. $300 down, mehome nyer. porch to relax oft Wood Floors inside home! This won't las long so call today!
$300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791- ML 248263- $ ,955. .... aTUNNn EXECUTIE
MARIANNA Home/ This 4 Bedroom 3 Bath tome hs
Toyota 2012 Corollah Save Fuel! Great fuel mile- with numerous custom features, everhing you want and morel
age, under factory warranty, all power, AC,, ceilings and someaGr280sqt Under ilhr with
beamed,~~i celigsInd so eI oreosSu with 18 fr
PWPL T D 30down, $300 per month. t ft Cel ac reH ir g with Vnows tram
PW PDL, AT, CD. $300 floong. Floor to ceiling overlooking the
Quiet, Well maintained Park, Water/sewer/ Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. Hockyard! Thereay.l- Room
bach./ardl The Family Ro
garbage/lawn included. 3/2 $575. Home is ove'in ready. -oas; IT ceilags, uitin
entertinmneat carder and a granige
also 2/1 Brick Duplex $600. w/ carport h M]S 248229 $115,00 The ForaoLlng Room and
Joyce Riley RE 850-2097825 chaebehind beauty trench door.TheManchensadrm Graecounrops
= J y e ie R 5 -2 97;5A 002 Harley Davidson DE L O D A E ih a center island with lots of graded calinels Stainless stell appliances wih gas stove man an eat in
2ytchen area ovelooing the backyard. BUT.. You can never toach the main kchen and do all your cooking In
..Ultra Classic Electra Glide. Radch style home with the2ndFullprivalttcen.Themaster droamison first e anandthereisalsoa.ulbdro a bath
Cust m p rple bla k pcios opn foor lea kithen downs irs.The2ndflooha2bedrmmsandafulbthThemeisa2wattact daragew~abonu~srom
Custom purpl c floo pan kitchen widh has central air and the detached garage is large enogh to toe your toys! T ere s another bedroom over
'Chrom ut Garag d bro s ohedoecheddrage. The GORGEOUS back patios peect or enterTiningyourguestswhab ingnllaea!
Paint. Loaded. Bike is with brekt r, large ity E I SO BORGES for you PRIVAE shown today
pain. Lo ded Bik isroom, atached carort and
Chromed out. Garaged. MORE! All on 2.5 acres. TAB YOUR
14,750 miles.' In excellent TOHRS N
1 4 5 0 m i e s n x c ll ntM LS 2 4 8 0 2 2 $ 12 1,5 0 0 M OVE RIGHT IN]
condition. Cal 334-792-8701 or 714-4548. 2 Bedroom T BatE
Chd ut f Cl~ ftd Craphttly emodeled
S/ :?:,2008 HD Sportster-883 C oTr()NDALE NiceJ 00ompe nteylimt
home on 3.3 ocres with custom of Chattahoochee!
of upgrades &gear! features, hickory cabinets The Kitchen is open
bto u g d s g e rty o the living area and
Black/chrome, 3k miles, all stainless appliances fireplace has stainless steel
r(men's I X and 3 bedrooms, 3 sided covered appliancs. flat to
D~ gear ( porches aod t cr tc stove, new counteoars and cabinets and a 3 door refrigerator. Original hardwood
ladies' med/Ig jackets, porches and two car attached Floors through" with No carpeting! Remodeled Bathroom with stackable washer
a s / crkge. and dryer' Enjoy the summer nights swinging on the front porch. Large 1h acre lot
chaps, helmets, rain suits, MLS 248260 $139,900. CLas a huge backyard! Central Heat and air wh a nw duct work! MLS 248385TACYOES
HD upgrades (aux lights, saddle bags, comfort CAL_____HARISN_42_700ORSTAYORGS_73_99
P sa chrome engine, guard, passenger back- BRENDA 850-557-4799 WATERFRONT home
Marrianna. New roof, carpet and dock. Beauti- rest. $5,100. Great bike, greatly loved,.Vreat brenda.morgan oedom on Mets Mill
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ful vieW of Wate!! $115,900 Call 850-693-9540 DEAL! Call Sam 334-790-3307 MORGAN centry2h .cobhome wit
Hale Da id o 2003, overlooking take Large
Mobile Home on 5 Acres: 2BR/1BA well, septice Harley Davidson 'Backyard wilth deck perfect
100'Anniversary Edition,relan itche ad tank, fixer upper on paved road near Marianna. 1 e Erition,
$25,000. Call 850-482-83 3 or 850-209-4926 Heritage Softail Classic, baths have had some
black w/lots of chrome, Master bedroom overlook
straight pipes, m any tbe water! Fireplace in lairg room! Private driveway to home! Call today for your personal
X-tras, 57K miles, $8,500 showing MLS #247509.. CALL CRESH HARISON 850-482-1700
Z Firm 229-321-9625 2735 FREEMAN RD. ALFORD, FL 32420 VERY AnTInE HOME
___ "_-_-__ -_-_.__ -__ =_ -, _. ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL AND MOVE-IN SE D UTItt 4
Honda 1100 Shadow 26,000 miles. windshield, READY on 10 acres! Totally renovated manoloctred -e- atmas Thn sq It, etai
saddle bags, floor boards lots of extras, nice home. Yoo must see to appreciate this home with new flnor cnverings, new et, o dthise w~oaparud Gol Cart electric, white in color,.road ready, bike $3500. 334:406.2306 wiring and pel hox, new A/Counit, new appliances including nefrgrator, c oli cr ga irehc =:ae
bought' new 10-2012, like new cond. mfr. n w sove, dishwoshen nd wsher/dyer, new cabinets nd counter-Fopsc e e re l invtiOad hrepga lteda~
Alumacar USA comes with trailer, paid $5900. Hod 06Goldwing: 1800CC, bakonow- Kitchen island with huiltn storage nnd eledcoi outet. Fireplace inden.Lrenhendrbcar.dl 162e
asking $4650. 33 -0 -6 1 er, m any extra, and m atching trailer available. Gelrm circle nriaway. Storo e a uilng~r in hackord. Ci,,,aa nnd ui fe es. aarnit ool. acdnod roors
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1985 Gambler 17ft Bass Boat with a year 2002 and looks great'and very cean. Asking $2,500. -- - - - - -- -stdyO ~rin otal anowdiioned aL #4er 0 o bICr SHooman h RIS b oathieece H aag al
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-2850 with Volvo 260h'p I/O ord 2004 F150 long bed 108K miles, nice truck, ooflt nealy and th ee ro peetaer eriouk ruyeoniy ocrose.bc of thpret.90 SFETFFRO rtI(M.
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condition. $9,500. Call 254-394-6703----------------onta Monan Ow nerra co na' s arage:
-Astro 1989 18ft Boat'. Aluminum hull, with For 00 soa byowneraS6 .. ''
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2...04 ...................heaed. .........F... tricolored I re iate odfl g, rent when you can own! MLS#248418 $77500. oo, 3 bedrooms, 2 olhs and loi o
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Ranch has 13.6 acres w ith MLS 248398 $54,000.
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completely renovated & Uto Debbie Roney Smith,
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r H f to main home, makng listing a 4BR/3.5BA under 2 roofs! Property is horse3173Hi 73 aina802993 3BR/4full BA 3579 HIC SF built byu u 2002 La floor plan, ready w/two new stalls. Fenced, cross-fenced, 7.5acres of asture wlg bam/ 850-209-8039
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2 BR/2 BA Lovely, 3BR/2BAhome Coiy 2 bedroom, 2 both home
close to Comipass located on paved road Cathedral
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2 fneMLS#247269 a $7,000 well/pump fencing. Stoe uilding. Asphalt
on 2 ence installed and a dewy. Shaded acre. DSL
aje. P.d496MonogahelaAve* Alford $3,500 heat pump. available.Metalroonewin2009.
acres. r09e Compass Lake in the Hills like new 3BR/2BA 1757 heated SF, built 2005,' Very well-maintained home w/nice carport, storage bldg, and Owried 200 gal propane tank.
al stor porcelain tile throughout, ready for horses with cross fencing, barns, auto concrete pad under entire home, ie-downs in concrete! 35 MI 248108 $110,000
roads, 3 meta storage buldin gs, one (onveed water, lus alltheamenitiesof CLH minutes to PC, 12 minutes to 1-10, 17 Mprianna. Newer home Built 2005.
into living quarters. Genelfator for Mobile Make an .appt. today! MLS# 248323 $69,900 liwr hmeBilt in 2005.
link fenced. 3 bedrooms!2 baths
-ow, lV=5it Bdrm floor p on.Grden
home. Animals welcome. Possible Aner S nn.
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financing 20% down, 6% interest for 5 years- hm n are s 3aburning Firelace. toinless steel
insML#47533 home on 3.5 acres just appliances. reened front porch.
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2602H& SF, built in 2005, open floor plan, Florida room, large metal roof, stucco siding, 2-car carport, central heat and air, invesrnent er
bedrooms, fenced backyard, and mach more. caei mu '
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,doors kitchen counter lops, & CS, celoacl slora~g building. Some
Y wodencing o privacy. MLS#248268 Nice country home on MLS 248331 $38,500
the edge of Greenwood. JUST LISTED. Custom Built 2008
2161 Sand Ridge Church Rd. Grand Ridge 'Iome on over I acr. 3 bedrooms Great starter or retirement home. 1BR/1 BA totally rebuilt in 2008 Acerage This is a 2 ba s over 2500sf Split
for gardening and an outdoor cook house. maintained 3BR/1. 5BA bedroom poor plan. Great room
0~~ ntr Liin I ielce, high
Country Livingl[ home just 7 min. from Marianna and 25 min from Dothan. New ei buin grce, hfing
vinyl siding, Ig. storage building, 4 Ig. fig trees, all on 1.14 acres. kitchen. Master both w/acuzzi
This is a MUST see home! MLS# 248387 $105,900 tub, sep soer MUST SEE.
MIS 2485,16 *$255,000
Blountstown Business opportunity on MLS#248086 e 8 *5,
tcr'sl This 3B8/2A bricku
Highway 20, road to the beach. Metal building !4607Mdowed*Marinna rh s 3 0 oet Cell 850-209-5211
4.~ a =. u..o46Meadowview Rd.-Marianna home has 3453' of central
3BP12.5BA 279 H &C 3F Now Rinnai on demand hot water heater, bonus heat & air. Easily made into Clarice t yettie
has approx. 3,100 sq ft. H/C and 7,500 sq room, o7l, zto, n orml dRR 2C/E H&C units, Great Locatailon.r ae Re ar
gaea ora OL,2a 4 or 5hdrm. home. Large Cl 5-7-5,
ft. under roof. Roll-up door 10x 2, 3 offices, master bdrm, 23'x35' great room, spacious side porch, metal roof, newerdouble Cell 50-5731572
insulated windows, blacktop driveway, 2 outbldgs, Ig. polebam, half open/half
S baths, 8 hold rooms, and workshop/ closed room for RV. Space for addt'l mobile home with septic in place Easy
three V2z baths, 8 hold rooms, and workshop!/ ceo01 n otoAAna e IA286 29005Ii i~
access to 1-10 and Dothan, AL A must see! MLS# 248408 $299,000
mechanics room. Fenced back lot on corner of MLS#2484o0
.two pved streets. $375,000. MLS #247989 Snnpa u0 A 20 omD
Snb C new kitchen cabinets
30 30 ecuoe home o L oige ue n o theater countertops sink and some
Cored boor dock with lilt fob er caf 0n 00 6 Kid new appliancs Ohi home

haaIg. launriyoom, g sceened backporchoewe ea rofnefic
backyard & 4-car cartpo! Seller will allow $4000 towards buyers cl osts or
updates with accepted offer MUST see! Priced to sell MLS# 248039 $102.900
;MLS#248155 e 4
.Jhis 2977 sq ft, custom home has
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throughout 30B 10 & S t oom, ofi op we
hobby ahoy, euoutuldings, nreat denl. viw fpoo &pates Prpet
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wl3stalls, 1 paddockpartially fence,/coss-fence4 d for horses! Has a running creek with 40 NO EXPENSE
aces of pasture This 140 acres is mostly surrounded by 892 acres of Water Mgt that isSPA R I
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C.io0mi t0 pp t.oa #48 50000 0lde m with Iihted
SBR 2 BA MLS#248467 toy cei ing plontation b inds,
Gambler Dr Compass Lake Go"eous custom home on 33 camc fi e floors, kitchen
mobile h10 e in Enjoy the pool, the tennis courts, the horse back riding and much more a s all fenced. Home has wi 10ri00 COUnteS, stcinleSS
with all the Compass Lake in the Hills amenities. 2BR/2BA, family room 4003BA, office, Ig. kitchen it C an e s 3b e s
moile y home inasteroe
county Setig The master l r h with fireplace, large master suite. Good condition. ch h ste l very ntce clbmets r0fat areaS ibedroy
a ~ Iurlnn ~brm vei gn mase hath hs carpeted, 2 baths and the home is hordicop accessible. Enjoy
a wli coe Al pic.. Ig. jacuzzi tub, crown molding your evenings on the poio overlooking the lovely landscaped
a -WOlk-in closet. AII appliances included. -...- .1 , security system,'generator, screened/tiled porch, 28Y deep well, gun firing range & 2 yards.,1 olBevely, 850-209-5211 today for your appointment.
pns Plnyo m for orseds p h 283es vicep I n oun i nO 000e 266 ya dobalavy,80-0-21tdyfr orapitet
Most of property is chain-link fenced, .7 ac de .t hsdst: a 'iin tatof!im"ieau nesfi eae MLS 248415 $159,900
O iscros f e nce( Will Grge garden space. MLS#247881 & quiet! You will not be disappointed! Make anappt. today! MLS# 247922 $299,0Q0
4402 Latayette St. MariannaRelo

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p~c. Rdcdto / uu"," withl ficeso,.recptonobth, )14 Rollup ooft & uilding has, spinlesces, 2 homes, ad'I *, 80.209.8071
and back porch. Reduced to $27,900. Wil commercial bldg. of
2,330 sq. be. that will
consider offers! MLS #247915. need a new roof. Fenced
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'I..,, MLS#240225 County. This is a MUST see! Bring all offers. MLS# 248137 $359,000 " ,v
S p r mg C h a s e S u b d iv is io n 1 .0 2 a c r ea i do wsa te rf ro n t d e e d re s t ric tio n s d i l y rmay e aia h .- .e- iw a. .
apply, nice building lot. O l a y/phrnoa thO ewl- l Oriri haftssrr i e .

root, paint & wltooring. Comes 8.6 S ,,
wfl eamisoi2otcs MLS# 247865 $223,8000
eptiaa ne,-remergenyo.. 7 e e ,
room, a lab, an a-ray nr&m, oo.e'bie rw55,.
4 estrooms. Connected to this s a pharmacy with built-in shelving, ofice, kitchen ri" ;i, ,
i MLS#240507 & storage. There are 43 parking spaces wl4 handicap. Within 30 milesof Dothan,
AL, 20 miles of Donaldsville, GA and 15 miles to Marianna. An excellent location for e. m,,e,, r ., .,s:a .r i
Appalachee Trai, Indian Spnngs. Private wooded lot on culde-sac, large one or more specialists. Make an appt. today! MLS# 248289 $425,000 '9
5 ~~~~~~~oak trees Ovedocks aa &g greenehkridw .r~ies

~~~~~~~on Caverno Road., ;,,, .,,
3264 of HC, open r ?, 1. i,
MLS#247945 fo pan throughout the building. Office space, large paved mA ,os kw
6parkingslot & drive-through carport on one side. Excellent mu ,erp ,Thne, r, o the
i. ";Blue Springs Hwy. Sylvania Estates Subdivision, all wooded, 5.68 Acre 10ai. Make an appt. today! MLS#248420 $395,000 as.o n ocur st e"ad, us,
building lot, private, full of wildlife, deed restrictions apply. a 1oti b; :cotio, Easyt o sho.

Marianna Approximately acre lot with Excelentlocati close eA. ee 38edroom/28sath.
149' on north Jefferson zoned mixed used. ,oice oplex,(prevoub n dooe. a,
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Could be residential, apartments/duplex beenad completely renovated ,, td to ,water heate
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