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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
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Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
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Chipola Pub. Co.
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English

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United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Vol.91 No.128


Marianna teen dies in smgle-vehicle crash


BY ANGIE COOK
acook:jcfloridan.com
A Jackson County teenager died in a single-vehicle crash Friday night, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. The incident occurred shortly after 11


p.m. in Gulf County. FHP reports that a 2000 Ford F150 driven by Tyler Austin Gray, 16, of Marianna was northbound on SR 71, north of County Road 381A, but failed to stay in the northbound lane. As a result,


when Gray's truck left the northbound lane, it traveled onto the northbound shoulder. After overcorrecting, the report says, the vehicle re-entered the northbound lane and traveled towards the southbound lane.


The driver apparently over-corrected a second time, causing the truck to spin clockwise and run off the road to the right. The truck crossed the northbound shoulder, went into the tree line and the vehicle's left


side struck'a tree. That collision caused a counter-clockwise rotation and the truck came to final rest in the tree line, facing west.
FHP is investigating the fatal crash.


CONCERT IN THE PARK


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FEMA MEETING KICKS OFF REIMBURSEMENT PROCESS


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Crew leader Debby Tavener (right) speaks to county officials during a Federal Emergency Management Agency public assistance kickoff meeting Friday morning at the Jackson County Emergency Operations Complex in Marianna. Companies CDR Maguire Inc. and David H. Melvin Inc. have been enlisted to assist county officials with documenting infrastructure damage sustained in the severe weather event of April 28-May 6, thus beginning the monthslong process of getting reimbursed by FEMA for eligible repairs.


In this 2012 Floridan file photo, Madison Hambley twirls a sparkler through the air to make shapes while waiting for the start of the Fourth of July fireworks show in Marianna. This year's display is set to start at dark on Friday. Food vendors and live music kick off earlier in the day at Madison Street Park.

Marianna plans 4th


of July fireworks
BY ANGIE COOK After rain canceled last
acook(@Icfloridan.com year's fireworks display, Officials in Marianna hopes are high for clear are gearing up for the skies this Independence city's annual Fourth of
July celebration. See JULY, Page 8A


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A finished kiosk sits on the west bank, at the Jim Woodruff Dam Overlook in Sneads. The informational display was completed Friday, June 20.

Spanish Trail complete


BY ANGIE COOK
acook@jcfloridan.com

A newly installed kiosk at the west bank overlook tells visitors to Jim Woodruff Dam about Mission San Carlos and Lake Sem-


inole, the third stop on the Jackson County Spanish Heritage Trail, a 150mile tour that includes 11 historical sites between

See TRAIL, Page 8A


'VA2VETS'campaign reaches out to area veterans


BY ANGIE COOK
acook@jcfloridan.com
Vet Center staff members will soon bring their Mobile Vet Center outreach vehicle to the area, offering free readjustment counseling services to interested veterans and active-duty service members, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. Upcoming events, part of the Vet Center's VA2VETS outreach campaign, are scheduled for: ) July 9 - W'shington County; Walmaft Supercenter, 1621 Main6St., Chipley; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.


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) July 10 - Jackson County; Winn-Dixie, 4478 Market St., Marianna; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ) July 22 - Calhoun County; American Legion Post 272, 18838 State Road 20 W., Blountstown; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ) July 23 - Houston County, Alabama; Houston CountyVeteran Service Office, 1685 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Effective immediately, active-duty service members who served in a combat or war zone are eligible for Vet Center counseling services such as:


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) Individual,'group and family readjustment counseling to assist active-duty service members transitioning from combat to garrison or civilian life. ) Treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder or other related problems affecting function within family, work, school or other areas of life. ) Military sexual trauma counseling for active-duty service members of both genders.
Service members will be required to provide: Documentation indicating the service member


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has served in a combat or war zone is required by the third visit in order to continue counseling. A deployment demobilization order, enlisted record brief, officer record brief, or an award citation indicating service member served in a combat zone will suffice. The VA says services are also available to family members of active-duty combat service members, as well as any combat veteran.
For more information on Vet Center services or hours, call the Bay County Vet Center at 850-522-6102.


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A Department of Veterans Affairs' Mobile Vet Center, commonly known as a "Vet Center on wheels:' has stops planned in Chipley, Marianna and Blountstown in July.
Learn more about VA Vet Center counselor at any Centers at www.vetcenter. time by calling 877-WARva.gov or speak with a Vet VETS (877-927-8387).


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JACKSON COUNTY

FLORIDAN
Publisher - Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com

Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski
doberski@jcfloridan.com

CONTACT US
Telephone: 850-526-3614
FAX: 850-482-4478
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32448
Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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

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

All subscriptions to the Jackson County Floridan include delivery on Thanksgiving Day for which there is a premium charge.

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

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











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Community Calendar


TODAY
a Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
- 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

MONDAY, JUNE30
a Preschool Summer Reading Program - 9 a.m. Bascom Community Center. Come an explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound, nature and more.
) Alford Community Health Clinic Hours - 10 a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients without medical insurance treats short-term illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins welcome. ) School Age Summer Reading Program - 11 a.m. Bascom Community Center. Come an explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors and more. ) Parkinson's Support Group Meeting - Noon in the ground-floor education classroom of Jackson Hospital. Lunch provided. Those diagnosed with Parkinson's and their caregivers are invited. Amy Riley, admissions and marketing director, Chipola Nursing Pavilion, will educate attendees on rehab therapies available at the pavilion and Occupational Therapist, Athena Glisson, will share'helpful tools and tactics for Parkinson's patients. Call 718-2661. >) Preschool Summer Reading Program - 2 p.m. Jackson County Public Library, Marianna. Come an explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors and more. >> School Age Summer Reading Program - 4 p.m. Jackson County Public Library, Marianna. Come an explorescience while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors and more.
) Northwest Florida FAMY Alumni Association Meeting - 4:30 p.m. at The New Golden Key Club. ) Movie Night - 5:30 p.m. Jackson County Public Library, Graceville.
a Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting
- 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Jackson County Extension Service, Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meetings are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, lessons and help. All quilters welcome. Call 573-5434.
>> Breaking Free - 7-8 p.m. A closed SAA group is a 12-step fellowship of men and women recovering from addictive sexual behavior.For more information and location call Shawn at 693-1621 or email BreakingFreeSAA@yahoo.com p Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - 8-9 p.m. in thd AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.

TUESDAY, JULY 1
a Marianna City Farmers Market Open - 7 a.m. to noon at Madison Street Park. Now featuring panhandle arts and crafts every Saturday. ) St. Anne Thrift Store - 9 a.m. to 1p.m. St. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St., Marianna.


July 4th sale: Buy one and get the second item of equal or less value at half price on clothing items. Welcome donations: household items, clothing and jewelry. Proceeds go to help less fortunate in our community. Call 482-3734. k Beginner/players Pinochle -10 a m. at McCormick Lake Clubhouse. Everyone welcome to come and play. For more information, call 272-6611. > Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting
_ Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna.
2 Sewing Circle-I p.m. at Jackson County Senior Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call 482-5028.
) Preschool Summer Reading Program - 2' p.m. Grand Ridge Senior Citizen Center. Come and explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound, nature and more.
) School Age Summer Reading Program - 4 p.m. Grand Ridge Senior Citizen Center. Come and explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound, nature and more. .
a Movie Night - 5:30 p.m. Jackson County Public Library, Marianna.
) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting - 8-9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed discussion with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire to stop drinking is welcome. ) Writing Center Critique Group Meeting - 5:30 p.m. Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St., Marianna. Interested writers from tri-county area welcome. Call 482-9631. ) Marianna City Commission Meeting - 6 p.m. in City Hall, 2898 Green St., Marianna. Public welcome. Call 718-1001.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 2
SPreschool Summer Reading Program - 9 a.m. Graceville Civic Center. Come and explore science while having summer reading fun with-weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound, nature and more. ) School Age Summer Reading Program - 11
a.m. Graceville Civic Center. Come and explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound, nature and more.
>> Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - Noon to 1p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. >> Preschool Summer Reading Program - 2 p.m. The Gallery in Campbellton. Come and explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound, nature and more.
>> School Age Summer Reading Program - 4 p.m. The Gallery in Campbellton. Come an explore science while having summer reading fun with weather, flight, experiments, colors, sound, nature and more.
) Jackson County School Board Special Board Meeting - 4 p.m. School Board Office, 2903 Jeffer-


son St., Marianna to discuss Phase III Plans for the Jackson K-8 school. Open to public. Agenda can be viewed at www.jcsb.org For more info call 482-1200.

THURSDAY, JULY 3
> Marianna City Farmers Market Open - 7 a.m. to noon at Madison St. Park. Now featuring panhandle arts and crafts every Saturday. ) St. Anne Thrift Store - 9 a.m. to 1p.m. St. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call 482-3734
>> Free Caregiver Support Group - 10:30 a.m. to noon at First Presbyterian ChurchMarianna in Social Hall. All caregivers welcome. Support group empowers caregivers with knowledge and information through fellowship and sharing likeminded individuals who are caring for loved ones. For more info call Recie Culpepper 566-2553. ) Chipola Civic Club Meeting - Noon at The Oaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus is the local community, "Community, Children & Character." Call 526-3142. ) Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting - Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call 482-2290.
)) VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting - 6 p.m. at 2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish supper followed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 209-1797. ) Alcoholics Anonymous - Closed discussion, 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; papers will not be signed.

FRIDAY, JULY 4
a Hooks and Needles - 10 a.m. at the Jackson County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and experienced hand crafters welcome to create, share, learn or teach favorite projects:'Call 4829631.
)) Madison Street Park Farmers Market - 4-7 p.m. at Madison Street park. Will be open each Friday evening. FMNP and Sr. FMNP vouchers are accepted. For more info call 693-4078. >> Summer Concert in the Park - 5 p.m. at Madison Street Park. Featured group: Dickie Merritt &The Original Bama Jam Band, a versatile and entertaining quartet. Bring your lawn chair and cooler. Come out for fireworks
)) Chess Club - 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8 - 18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels including beginners are welcome. Call 6930473.
)) Celebrate Recovery - 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and hang-ups. Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call 209-7856,573-1131.
)> Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting - 8-9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.


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


Police Roundup


MARIANNA POLICE
DEPARTMENT
The Marianna Police Department listed the following incidents for June 26, the latest available report: One drunken pedestrian, one accident-with no injury, one missing juvenile, one abandoned vehicle, two suspicious vehicles, one suspicious person, one sickness/subject down, two burglary alarms, one shooting in area, two traffic stops, one noise disturbance, two property/building checks, one call to assist other agency, one 911 hang-up call, two welfare checks and eight home security checks.

JACKSON COUNTY


SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and county fire/rescue


IPRIME


reported the following incidents for June 26, the latest available report: One accident with no


injury, one stolen tag, five abandoned vehicles, one reckless driver, three suspicious vehicles, two suspicious incidents, four suspicious people, two information calls, two funeral escorts, one mental illness, one mentally ill violent, one burglary attempt, two physical disturbances, one verbal disturbance, one police response to fire, one woodland fire, one


drug offense, one gas leak, 20 medical calls, two burglary alarms, 13 traffic stops, one larceny, one criminal mischief, one lost property, five follow-up investigations, one assault, one suicide attempt or threat, one animal complaint, one snake, complaint, one fraud, five property/building checks, five calls to assist motorist/pedestrians, two calls to assist other agency, one public service, one K-9 deployment, three transport, one threats/harassment and one Vm verification.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following were booked into the county jail during the


latest reporting periods: ) Rakim Jackson, 21, 804 Harmon St., Dothan, Alabama, violation of conditional release. )) Nicole Labit, 24, 2835 Miltonia Ave., Marianna, violation of conditional release. >> Tyler McCurrin, 23, 6333 Bridgecrest Drive, Lithia, resisting arrest without violence, disorderly conduct. >> Sarah Namdar-Yeaganeh, 30, 1625 South Central Ave., Flagler Beach, failure to appear, violation of conditional release.

Jail Population: 209
To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement agency.
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The twists and turns of life


ears ago, the family structure was set up where the husband was the breadwinner and the wife took care of the household duties such as, cooking, washing and taking care of the children, if there were children. The man was considered the head of the family, and many of them took pride in being in that position. Even though the women had a great deal of responsibility, there weren't many public complaints. Overall during those times, the family seemed to be a happy unit that stuck together through thick and thin. There are still happy families that


live by some of these same standards, but they seem to be fading fast, as times are changing.
The increase of women in
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the family,
but the lack of male support in many cases has been a major detriment to the family. The men, who continuously do whatever it takes to see that their family is taken care of as well as possible, should be commended for accepting


their responsibilities. We have to wonder what happened to the pride most men took in being the family leader in the past. Though many women and men across the country have done well as single parents, the lack of having the support of a mother and father in the home can make life tough for them and the child or children. In other cases, having children outside of wedlock, because people don't think about how their pleasurable activities can lead to unplanned pregnancy, is a problem taking place far too often in our world.
Those hush-hush days of secrecy when a woman


got pregnant but wasn't married are long gone. We're living during a time when there have been so many changes that it's confusing when it comes to what's good or bad, acceptable or unacceptable, or what's wrong or right. The morals and standards of the past have gotten much looser in our country, at least among millions of our citizens. This is a country where we have freedom of speech, but I hope the time doesn't come when because someone doesn't agree with the majority, they will be looked upon in an unfavorable way. What will happen next in this unpredictable world?


Roll Tide: The future of the Amencan workplace


'As I put my kids to bed...
I wonder what lies ahead..."
"Changes Comin'On"
Written by Dean Dillon, Buddy Cannon and Jimmy Darrell and
recorded by Alabama

S ome time back I
was asked to speak
to an investment class at the University of Alabama. The experience was invigorating. There's nothing like being around tens of thousands of young people enjoying the best years of their lives on a gorgeous spring day. Author Bill Bryson said the same about living in Hanover, New Hampshire, but they don't conclude classes at Dartmouth with a resounding "Roll Tide." The presentation focused on how our team makes investment decisions, how these choices differ for varying client objectives and methods for establishing a productive balance of equities and fixed-income instruments in portfo-


lios. The students' questions afterward centered on these same issues: investment strategies,
inquiries involving particular securities,
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sells.
As I returned to Florida, I realized that while we had engaged in a theoretical discussion regarding investment choices, no one had asked about how to build an investment advisory firm as a business. There were no questions about client services apart from portfolio management. No inquiries about the costs of office space or software. No questions about payroll or employee benefits. What the students really needed was not only a presentation on investing, but insights into the entrepreneurial experi-


ence. Somewhere around 75 percent of self-made millionaires in America are business owners. As the U.S. job market devolves, this number is likely to increase. The days when someone handed you a solid paycheck with benefits and a pension right out of college are rapidly disappearing. The ability of a young person to identify a need and fill it with a startup enterprise may represent the lifeblood of our economy in coming decades.
Unemployment is now at 6.3 percent. This is down significantly from 2009, when our unemployment rate stood at 10 percent. Yet, our domestic economic landscape is in trouble. "There are still 1.49 million construction jobs missing," write Josh Boak and Chris Rugaber in an article titled "U.S. Job Market Recovers Losses Yet Appears Weaker. "Factories have 1.65 million fewer workers ... Government payrolls


have shrunk, taking middle-class pay with them. Local school districts have 255,400 fewer employees. The U.S. Postal Service has shed 194,700 employees." Globalization and automation are wiping out millions of traditional employment opportunities. One of the best skills that a young person, or any person, can have is the ability to create and sustain one's own business. Small business has always been and remains the backbone of the U.S. economy. Creating a successful one maybe the prime path to wealth for many younger Americans.

Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC, AIF, a syndicated economic columnist, is the founder of Arbor Wealth Management, LLC, (850608-6121--www.arborwealth. net),a "Fee-Only" and Fiduciary Registered Investment Advisory Firm located near Destin. This column should not be considered personalized investment advice and provides no assurance that any specific strategy or investment will be suitable or profitable
for an investor.


MRS. TIPTON CELEBRATES 90TH BIRTHDAY
rs. Frances Tipton was honored on her 90th birthday Tuesday with a family dinner at the Oaks Restaurant in Marianna. Mrs. Tipton was born June 24, 1924, to Will and Gertie Robinson of Bascom. She was one of 12 children. As a teenager, she married Clinton Tipton, and they settled in Marianna. They have four sons: Lewis (Gail) Tipton, Roy (Judy) Tipton and Harold (Jane) Tipton, all of Marianna, and Jimmy (Christy) Tipton of Jacksonville. Mrs. Tipton has 10 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. Approximately 55 family members gathered with her to celebrate her special day. She received many beautiful gifts, including a three-tiered birthday cake made by a special friend, Wayne Cherry. She has always been an inspiration to our family as SUBMITTED PHOTO well as the family prayer warrior.


Engagements


Too le, Williams


Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Eugene Toole of Sneads, FL are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Kayla Marie Toole to Christopher James Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Michael Williams of Malone, FL.
Kayla Marie is the granddaughter of John and Diane Miles of Malone, and the late Judy Miles, and Eugene and Doris Toole of Graceville.
Kayla Marie graduated from Sneads High School in 2009, Chipola College in 2012 with her AA degree, and Florida State University with her BS degree in Social Science Education in 2014.


Christopher is the grandson of James and Brenda Williams of Columbia. AL and Betty Williams of Malone, and Wilmer and Jeanette
McCormick of Marianna. Christopher graduated from Malone High School in 2009 and Florida State University in 2011 with his AA degree and in 2013 with his BS degree in Environmental Chemistry. He is currently employed by Alabama Power in Forkland, AL.
The wedding will take place in July at the Gathering Place in Marianna, FL, with a receptions following at the same venue, invitations are being sent.
After their honeymoon, the couple will reside in Alabama.


DAVIS HONORED


ON 95TH BIRTHDAY


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Mrs. Lucile Davis was honored on her
95th birthday on June 4 at Alford
Baptist Church in the fellowship hall. Her children, Vicki Davis, Bill Davis, Don Davis and Frances Melvin, hosted the party along with Joey and Brenda Woodruff. Lucile Hodge Davis was born in Buckingham, near Fort Myers. Her family eventually settled in Laurel Hill, where she met her husband, Joe Davis. After some moves, they settled in Jackson County in 1939. They had seven children, of whom four now survive. Along with the many gifts she received at the party, her children presented her with a shaded lawn glider at her home after the party.


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Whitehurst graduates basic training

U.S. Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Damon R. Whitehurst graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio. The airman completed an
intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles andl skills.
Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force. Whitehurst is the son of Lori Whitehurst of Hartford, Alabama; grandson of Frankie Whitehurst of Slocomb, Alabama; and nephew of Deborah Balcom of Graceville, Mike Tolbert of Wentzville, Missouri, and Gary Whitehurst of St. Louis, Missouri. SUBMITTED PHOTO
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Second Annual Miss Pink Cares Beauty Pageant.


Pink Cares will be having its second annual Pink Cares Beauty Pageant on July 19, starting at 5 p.m. at Marianna High School' Auditorium. These are the following age groups as of July 19: ) Baby Miss: 0-11 months
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) Miss: 16 - 18 yrs. One photogenic winner will be chosen in each division.
The fee to enter the pageant is $40, and photogenic is $10. The deadline to enter is July 8.
Volunteers will be at Madison Street Park from 5-6:30 p.m. July 8 for application drop-off. Admission to the pageant is $5, and kids 3 and under are free. All proceeds will go


to families in our area battling cancer. Pink Cares was founded in January 2013 by Phillip and Lori Meadows from Cottondale.
Since then, Pink Cares Organization has assisted approximately 30 families with immediate needs such as groceries, light bills, medical bills related to a cancer diagnosis. For more information, contact Lori Meadows at 573-0229 or e-mail pinkcaresjaco@gmail. com.


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Phillip and Carmen Clikas celebrated their 50th anniversary Saturday. They are known to some as Coach Clikas and Mrs. Clikas, and to their grandchildren as "Papou" and "Grandma." They have thoroughly enjoyed their years in Marianna working for the Jackson County School Board in the schools, in the summers at Blue Springs, and being a part of the church family at St. Luke's Episcopal.
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J ackson County Commissioner Jeremy Branch embarrassed himself last week when he was arrested
after a fight in a Tallahassee bar.
More important, he embarrassed the governmental body he was elected to represent and the voters who put him in office.
Last Monday, Branch went to Tallahassee to attend a birthday celebration for a friend, he said. At about 2 a.m., an officer at Baja's Beach Club was told by a patron that Branch had punched him in the face after he had accidentally bumped into the commissioner.
Branch "took a fighting stance and punched him with a closed fist," police said. Branch was arrested and taken to the Leon County Jail, and was released later Tuesday. He returned to Marianna and attended the commission meeting later that day.
We understand that everyone is human, regardless of their station in life.
However, public officials should be held to a higher standard. Governmental leaders, by definition, should show leadership by setting an example for others to follow.
Throwing punches in a barroom brawl isn't the sort of example our elected officials should present. "I'm certainly not the first North Florida fella to get into a barroom tussle," Branch told the Floridan in his apology last week. That's probably an understatement.
However, the list of elected officials who have been in barroom tussles is likely very short.
Also short is Branch's remaining tenure in public office, as he recently announced he wouldn't seek re-election.
Perhaps that's best for all concerned.



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frustrations

he state's Timely Justice Act was an attractive
target for death-penalty foes looking to bring attention to Florida's flawed execution process.
They claimed the law, passed in 2013, wrongly shifted authority from the courts to the governor and compromised due-process rights by imposing deadlines for death warrants to be signed. Attorneys representing death-row inmates sued, hoping to have the law declared unconstitutional.
But the law is far more benign than its critics would have the public believe. And last week the Florida , Supreme Court unanimously upheld the law, finding there was nothing in the Timely Justice Act that limits an inmate's chance to have all appeals heard and for the governor to fully consider clemency before signing a death warrant.
That should quiet the over-the-top rhetoric that accompanied the legislative debate over the law. Lawmakers had hoped to lessen the time it takes to carry out a death sentence, a process that can leave the victims' families to suffer for decades awaiting an executic'n.
Opponents made exaggerated claims that it would increase the risk of executing someone wrongly accused. After all, 24 death-row inmates have been exonerated over the past 40 years while awaiting execution in Florida, more than in any other state. But the Timely Justice Act doesn't speed the appellate process or encroach upon the rights of the accused.
In fact, it leaves the post-conviction legal reviews unchanged.
Those include a review by the Florida Supreme Court, an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, a round of post-conviction proceedings, another appeal to the Florida Supreme Court, a federal court review and a clemency process.
The Timely Justice Act simply instructs the Supreme Court clerk to notify the governor when appeals are exhausted and orders the governor to sign a death warrant within 30 days of that notification, provided the clemency process is completed. Additionally, the law requires the Supreme Court to produce an annual report to the Legislature on cases pending more than three years, and establishes an office in North Florida to represent death-row inmates. Those changes should help the process, but aren't likely to shorten it.
As lawmakers debated the law last year, 155 inmates had been on death row for 20 years or longer; 10 had been there for more than 35 years. Such numbers are frustrating, particularly for victims' families. But lawmakers also should tread lightly when considering laws that affect due-process rights.

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t's a simple strategy for a
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Washington around an incumbent's neck and watch him or her sink.
Sometimes the mere threat of being cursed as aWashington insider prompts veteran members of Congress to fold their tents. Other times, the strategy confirms the conventional wisdom that voters want to send the Old Guard, and even the Middle-Aged Guard, packing. Witness Rep. Eric Cantor's demise in Virginia's 7th Congressional District Republican primary. Winner Dave Brat is a college professor and local tea-party favorite unencumbered by legislative experience or a voting record.
Cantor, first elected in 2000, could have played up his experience and given people a reason to vote for him again. But that would have meant acknowledging that Washington does some things right, an anathema to Republicans these days.
People prize experience in other fields: surgeons who know their way around the body, hairdressers who can wield scissors, pitchers who throw strikes. Why not legislators who can get laws passed and, yes, bring home the bacon? It's only pork when it goes elsewhere. We want the federally funded roads and bridges that make our commutes and our kids' school-bus rides safer. Could I see a show of hands of those willing to sacrifice the current economic boost of their nearby military base for the delayed pleasure of debt reduction? I thought so.
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bents that they make a fatal mistake when they fail to defend - and even tout - their Washington experience. It's smart to make a virtue of necessity.
And the strategy maybe especially appealing in the South, which has long believed in electing candidates young and keeping them in Washington. The practice has paid dividends in many, many federal facilities with high-paying jobs. On Tuesday,Sen. Thad Cochran, 76, won the Republican primary runoff for Senate in Mississippi by focusing on what he and Washington had done and could yet do for Mississippi.
Cochran went to Congress in 1973, the same year his opponent, state Sen. Chris McDaniel, was born. McDaniel argued the courtly Cochran had stayed in Washington too long. After Cochran narrowly won the primary and faced a runoff just three weeks later, he started talking about the billions of federal dollars he has brought his state for highways, bridges, education, research facilities and to rebuild after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. McDaniel, a tea-party favorite, would cut the very programs Mississippi relies on, Cochran warned. Cochran made his pitch not just


to Republican but also to independents and Democrats, particularly black voters, in the open runoff, increasing turnout by 66,000 votes over the primary. Cochran won with 51 percent of the vote to McDaniel's 49 percent.
In Louisiana, Sen. Mary Landrieu, a vulnerable Democrat first elected in 1996, isn't shy about telling voters about the bacon she's brought home. She's proud of getting an additional $3 billion in federal funds for her state after Hurricane Katrina and of her role as chair of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee, which she casts as an asset for the state's 300,000 oil and gas workers.
"The voters over 18 years have established great clout in Washington," Landrieu says in a campaign ad. "It doesn't belong to me; it belongs to them." The people of Louisiana "sit at the head of the table with the gavel," she says, adding, "The state has clout that it should really think carefully about before giving up." In Virginia, freshman Democratic Sen. Mark Warner, who faces Republican Ed Gillespie in November, is also trying to turn his Washington experience into a plus. Former Republican Sen. John Warner ofVirginia told a forum in Charlottesville June 20 that Virginia needs Mark Warner's seniority - especially after the loss of Cantor. "Seniority helps this state," said John Warner, who served in the Senate for three decades. "That should be the factor that people should consider in the voting box." Marsha Mercer writes from Washington. You may contact her at marsha.mercer@yahoo.com.


Not so fast on the Obamacare'good news


o hear administration officials and their supporters in the press tell it, this is a great time for Obamacare. People who signed up for coverage are actually paying for it; more insurance companies are joining exchanges; some consumers have more choices than originally envisioned. "The news surrounding the Affordable Care Act has been so good this week, it's almost hard to know where to start," wrote MSNBC's Steve Benen in a recent post headlined "Everything's Coming Up Aces for the ACA."
Not so fast. Yes, Obamacare is a big help for those now receiving something substantial from the government - large subsidies for the lowest-income Americans who purchase coverage on the exchanges, free health care for people eligible for the expanded Medicaid program.
But for millions of other Americans, it's a different story. In fact, one respected analyst worries that Obamacare, while helping some, is actually "creating a chronically uninsured class" of those ineligible for its taxpayer-paid assistance. Of the much-discussed 8 million Americans who have signed up for Obamacare, the "vast majority ..., are receiving financial assistance," according to a new Department of Health and Human Services report. What that means is this: Of the 8 million, about 85 percent, or 6.8 million, actually paid for coverage. Of those, about 87 percent, or 5.9 million, receive taxpayer-paid subsidies to help them pay. In other words, nearly everyone who has bought insurance through the Obamacare exchanges has done so with money from the government. And the subsidies are significant - an average of $264 a month, according to HHS. The


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average monthly premium is $346, according to the report, so minus the $264 subsidy, the average subsidy recipient is paying a net cost of $82 a month for coverage. The government pays the rest.
"It would appear from this data that it is the lowest-income people who are most often signing up for coverage," writes insurance industry analyst Bob Laszewski. "That explains why the average consumer subsidy is so high and the average net cost is so low." The problem is, for those who are not eligible for subsidies, or for those eligible only for smaller subsidies, Obamacare still presents higher premiums, higher deductibles, and narrow networks of doctors and hospitals. "The Obamacare plans are unattractive to all but the poorest, who get the biggest subsidies and the lowest deductibles," writes Laszewski. "The working class and middle class are not getting access to attractive benefits." So they have not purchased coverage. The Democrats who created Obamacare planned to pressure them into doing so by imposing an individual mandate - a penalty euphemistically called a "sharedresponsibility fee" - on those who go uninsured. The idea was, the mandate would not only increase the coverage rate but also raise revenue for the federal government. But now comes word that very few will pay the penalty. In a recent


study, the Congressional Budget Office said that of the 30 million people estimated to be uninsured in 2016, only about 4 million will be required to pay. The rest - 26 million people - will be exempt from the mandate under various regulations issued by the Obama administration.
So this is one vision of Obamacare's future: Lower-income Americans purchase insurance because they receive the biggest subsidies. Others with somewhat higher incomes are priced out of the Obamacare market. The individual mandate is meaningless. The net result is tens of millions remain without coverage. "Obamacare looks to be on its way to creating a chronically uninsured class," says Laszewski.
That's certainly not what President Barack Obama promised when he said his plan would make health care "better for everybody." It's not what he promised when he said the Affordable Care Act would "cut the average farnily's premium by about $2,500 per year." It's not what he promised when he said Obamacare would "bend the cost curve" of health care. What happens now? After Democrats finish crowing about what a success Obamacare is, it's likely they will argue that subsidies must be extended to more and more Americans to pay for coverage that Obamacare has made more and more expensive. Republicans will resist, but at the same time realize Obamacare has changed the health care system in ways that will be difficult to overturn and hard to fix. And for those millions for whom Obamacare is a bad deal? They're just out of luck.

Byron York is chief political correspondent
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Wallace sponsors 2014 National Peanut Festival Queens' Day


Wallace Community College seemed a little brighter on June 19 as the 2014 National Peanut Festival Queens visited the campus for the College's annual NPF Queens Day. It is the first official event for the pageant every year. The queens were treated to breakfast at the college in a classroom decorated with the 2014 pageant theme, Sweet Returns. The theme honors soldiers returning to their families during and after World War II, an era in which the pageant was not held because of the war effort. The pageant resumed in 1947. After breakfast the Peanut Festival Queens Committee guided the queens through orientation and


pageant rules for all NPF activities, and drew numbers to determine the order of competition in the pageant. The queens also composed their written essays, an important part of the pageant competition. Wallace instructors will grade the essays, which count as 10 percent of the final score.
The group lunched at The Highlands, where they werewelcomed byDr. Ashli Wilkins, dean, institutional services and community development. . Kenneth Doggett, building maintenance technician, led the group in the invocation. Dr. Linda C. Young, WCC president, also welcomed the queens by applauding them on their positive


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Jackson County Queens (left to right): Courtney Harrell, Miss Malone; Mackenzie May, Miss Sneads; Annabeth Colbert, 2013 Miss National Peanut Festival; Mary Katherine Pittman, Miss Jackson County; Caitlyn Carpenter, Miss Marianna; and Ivy Golden, Miss Graceville.


influence on others, and the importance of education to their futures. Also addressing the


group were Janet Hughes, chairman, Miss National Peanut Festival Pageant; Annabeth Colbert, Miss


2014-15 National Peanut Festival Queens recently participated in the NPF Queens Day at Wallace Community College. The queens were treated to a lunch' at The Highlands as part of the day's activities.


National Peanut Festival 2013-14; and James Etheredge, president, National Peanut Festival. Wallace Community College presented the queens with


T-shirts and photos commemorating the day. Wallace Community College has sponsored the Queens Day for over thirty years.


Chipola to offer new computer networking and I.T. programs


Chipola College will offer several new programs of study in Computer Information Technology and Network Systems this fall. Computer Information Technology certificates are available in: geographic information systems, help desk support and IT support specialist. Network Systems Technology certificates include digital forensics, network support technician, network/cyber security and server administration. Students holding current IT certifications may be awarded credit for selected courses based on certifications. Programs emphasize various industry certifications including the CompTIA A+, Security+,


and Network+, as well as various Microsoft network certifications. All courses taken may be counted toward an AS degreein computer information technology. Students who plan to pursue an AS or AA degree will need additional credit hours. Students may complete general education requirements concurrently while completing the courses in these programs. July 30 is the deadline to have financial aid files complete to pay fall 2014 tuition and fees. The college application deadline for the semester is Aug. 6. For information about these and other computer programs, call 718-2441 or visit www.chipola.edu.


Keough graduates from officers course


Army Maj. Peter E. Keough has graduated from the Command and General Staff Officers Course at the Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Leavenworth, Kansas. The college is the Army's senior tactical school. The 10-month course educates and trains intermediate-level Army officers; officers from other U.S. armed services, international officers, and civilian leaders from other federal agencies to operate in full spectrum Army, joint;* interagency, and multinational environments as field-grade commanders and staff officers. Graduates are prepared to assume -war fighting duties immediately upon graduation. They possess the competencies, supportiig skills and knowledge that enable them to


perform duties effectively and help teams achieve organizational objectives. Command and General Staff Officers Course graduates are attuned to the complexity of the operating environment and consider the impact of culture on military operations; take an ethical, disciplined approach to meeting organizational and strategic-level leadership challenges; and are critical and creative thinkers who can adapt and thrive in ambiguous and everchanging" environments. They are self-aware and motivated to continue learning and improving throughout their careers and recognize that history is the foundation for understanding the profession of arms.
Keough is the son of Philip J. Keough and Margaret E. McKee of St.


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Augustine, Florida. He is a 1989 graduate of St. Augustine High School, St. Atigustine, Florida. He


earned a bachelor's degree in 1999 from The Baptist College of Florida, Gracevie, Florida.


Tavares Horne (left) and Travis Ephraim stand outside the new Brightway Insurance offices on U.S. 90 in Marianna. An open house is planned for Tuesday from 4-6 p.m.


Childhood friends become business partners


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BY ANGIE COOK
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Marianna residents Travis Ephriam and Tavares Horne are extending their, lifelong friendship into a- business partnership.
The two recently opened a Brightway Insurance agency at 4389 Lafayette St., Suite A, in Marianna. According to press release about the opening, the Brightway franchise allowed them to open the business without previous insurance employment experience. "We knew we wanted to start a business together and we began looking into options available to us in Marianna," Horne said. "Insurance was a great option for us as it's something that everyone needs, and we wanted something that would sustain us for many years." Members of the community may know Horne from his experience with Tri-State Power Washing, a business he's owned for the past five years, or his time as a business and government rep-


resentative for Alltel Wireless. He holds a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from the University of West Florida. Ephriam, a former instructor at the Federal Correctional Institution, has a background in education. He earned a bachelor's degree in history education from Florida A&M University and a master's in education leadership from the University of West Florida. Ephriam also serves on the Marianna City Commission.
- "Tavares and I wanted a business that we could pass down to future generations," Ephriam said of his decision to go with Brightway
Brightway Insurance has over 100 locations throughout the U.S. In June, Forbes included Brightway Insurance in the "Best Franchises: Initial Investment $0 - $150,000" category of the magazine's list of "The Best and Worst Franchises in America." Ephriam and Horne welcome the public to a grand opening celebration of their new office, with music, food and prizes from 4-6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 1.
For more information, visit www. brightway.com or call 633-3460.


Partners for Pets needs help


Partners for Pets is a nonprofit, no-kill animal shelter at 4011 Maintenance Drive in Marianna. Because of an influx of dogs and cats and a severe lack of adoptions, the shelter is going through some rough times, and volunteers are fighting hard to keep the shelter open but are struggling due to a lack of funds. Shelter workers are bracing for the worse, having to possibly close the doors. The shelter is planning a yard sale and pancake breakfast for the end of July to try and raise money. Anyone wanting to donate items for the yard sale can drop them at the shelter.
Any monetary donations are always greatly appreciated.
We are also in need of volunteers to help with fundraisers.
If anyone is interested, please call the shelter at 482-4570. Please help us keep your only local nokill shelter open so that we can continue to help homeless and abandoned animals find good homes. In an attempt to help some of our animals become more adoptable, we have partnered with the Federal Prison Camp in Marianna to do an eightweek dog training session at the prison.
Gary Folsom will be in


charge of the program at the prison. A selected group of the woman will be training five of our dogs at a time.
When the dogs complete the course, they will come back to the shelter ready for adoption. We hope it will improve the dogs' chances at being adopted. The program is being called Second Chance Canines. Gary came Tuesday to take the first five dogs back to the prison. We think this will be a fantastic program for both us and the inmates. We will be providing


more info on the program and -the dogs involved as the program gets up and running.
We will also be hosting a pet adoption event with Milk & Honey Frozen Yogurt, 4767 U.S. 90 in Marianna, on July 19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. We will have a selection of our puppies and dogs there for adoption. Milk & Honey will be giving adopters 1/2 off any yogurt purchases. Be sure to stop by and visit, take home a puppy, and enjoy some fantastic, delicious yogurt.


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Day. The city of Marianna, in partnership with Evangel Worship Center, will present a free fireworks show just after dark Friday and the public is invited to enjoy the downtown display.
With the fireworks launch site behind the Mowrey Elevator Co. on Lafayette Street, there are several great viewing sites in and around the downtown area.
In years past, crowds have gathered at various locations along U.S. 90, from the parking lot of the newly renovated River-


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town Community Church to the lawn of the Jackson County Courthouse, but Main Street Director Charlotte Brunner says the best spot to see the show is at Madison Street Park, with its elevated, east-facing view. The fireworks display is set to kick off at dark, but you don't have to wait until then.
"Make plans to come downtown early," Brunner said."Eat at our local restaurants and food vendors, and let the children play in the splash pad." Food vendors will be set up at Madison Street Park at 2 p.m. and at 4 p.m., the air around Madison Street Park will be filled with live


music from Dickie Merritt & The Original Bama Jam. "Bama Jam is the most versatile and entertaining music quartet in the tri-state area." Brunner said, "with leader Dickie Merritt of Enterprise, Richard Hinson as guitarist, Jeff Peacock as saxophonist and our very own Royce Reagan on the keyboard."
So grab your lawn chairs, blankets and coolers and make plans to celebrate the Fourth of July with your friends and neighbors in downtown Marianna.
For more information about the event, Brunner can be reached at 718-1022.


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The Associated Press

ORLANDO - A day after a vote tabulation error took away her Miss Florida crown, the former pageant winner says she's devastated about losing the title, but believes officials did the right thing. Elizabeth Fechtel, who won the crown last week before being reduced to runner-up Friday, told The Associated Press on Saturday that she believes that "it's fair that they go back and initially play by the rules."
Miss Florida Executive Director Mary Sullivan said Friday that the error was noticed during a routine recount and that a mark on one judge's ballot was inadvertently overlooked. The ballots were retabulated by an independent auditor, and the contestants were notified of the correct results.
The woman who had come in second
-Victoria Cowen - was named the new Miss Florida.
The change came after the Miss Delaware winner was disqualified for being too old.


The initial winner in that pageant, 24year-old Amanda Longacre, was crowned June 14 in Delaware, but lost the crown Wednesday. Miss America pageant rules require contestants to be between 17 and 24, and Longacre will turn 25 on Oct. 22, before year's end.
Fechtel said she realizes that the rules couldn't be overlooked in her case, or in the instance of Longacre. "I'm the one who's receiving the bad end of the stick, but I still agree with what they did," Fechtel said. "They couldn't make an exception for Miss Delaware, therefore they couldn't make an exception for me, and they won't do the same for any other state. And I think it's fair that they go back and initially play by the rules."
She said she is ready to move past it all. "I loved what I did before I was Miss Florida," she said. "I loved being a student at the University of Florida. I loved the. service work that I was doing there, and the work I was doing as Miss University of Florida. And I'm happy to go back to that position."


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Former FlU student's spice rub goes global MIAMI - A recent grad of Florida International University is turning up the heat in the cooking world.
Jennifer Bound won a $5,000 competition while she was a student last fall for her Holy Smokes pork and meat rub. Badia Spices is marketing the new spice mix, which includes smoked paprika, white pepper, roasted garlic powder, cumin, smoked sea salt, cocoa powder, chipotle chili powder and brown sugar.
The rub was launched earlier this year at the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival.
The rub is now being sold in 86 countries across the globe. A percentage of worldwide sales will benefit FIU students.

USF transfers land to Children's Hospital ST. PETERSBURG - The University of South Florida is transferring 1.4 acres of land to All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine.
The university says the decision symbolizes its commitment to continuing the training of


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medical students at the hospital.
The land was donated by the state to USF in April and was transferred this week to All Children's Hospital.
The property will be used to develop a research, education and training facility to support innovations in pediatric care and expand the future collaborative efforts of the two organizations.

Judge who punched attorney returns VIERA - A Florida judge accused of punching an assistant public defender during an altercation outside a courtroom is returning to the bench, but in a different capacity. Brevard County Court Judge John Murphy returns to the bench Monday.
But instead of hearing criminal cases, he will handle civil cases. Chief Judge John Harris said Friday that the reassignment isn't a form of discipline.
He says Murphy has been receiving anger management counseling since the altercation earlier this month. Murphy allegedly hit assistant public defender Andrew Weinstock outside a courtroom after


the two exchanged words over whether his client could have a speedy trial.

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- Kids in central Florida can get a free fishing lesson from some of Florida's wildlife experts. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is hosting the Kids' Fishing Clinic on Saturday in Cape Canaveral. The event is for children between the ages of five and 15. A commission statement says the clinic will teach children "a lifelong hobby, instilling apprecia: tion for Florida's marine environment and providing fun, family outings." Fishing equipment and bait will be provided during the clinic. The lesson will be held at Port Canaveral Cruise Terminal 3. Studentswill learn the basics of environmental stewardship, fishing ethics, angling skills and safety.
These clinics are sponsored in part by Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration.

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Workers smooth concrete below the newly completed Mission San Carlos kiosk at the Jim Woodruff Dam Overlook in Sneads.


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The Jackson County Tourist Development Council, with assistance from the Jackson County Parks Department, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, town of Sneads and inmates from the Jackson County Correctional Facility recently added the Sneads kiosk to complete work on the trail tour. Information on the half-day driving


tour, including a detailed brochure and map, is available at the Jackson County Visitor Center, inside the historic Russ House, 4318 Lafayette St., Marianna. While you're there, be sure to make time to take in the traveling exhibit "Viva Florida: Florida Before Statehood," which provides a snapshot of the state's history with information about 500 years since the landing of Juan Ponce de Le6n.
TDC Director Pam Fuqua says the exhibit is scheduled to be in place through Wednesday, when it will nfove on to its next stop, KeyWest.


Fla. detectives head to La. to interview teen


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TAMPA - Florida detectives are heading to Louisiana to interview a missing teenage girl who was found traveling with a registered sex offender.
The two were found earlier last week after a sighting by a Louisiana truck-stop cashier triggered a lengthy police chase where authorities threw down spike strips to blow out the tires on Steven Myers' truck.
Officials say Myers stabbed the 16-year-old girl and then himself before being subdued.
The teen wasn't kidnapped, but 41-year-old Myers had manipulated her to go with him, authorities said.
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Myers is being held in the Lafayette Parish jail and also faces charges that include attempted murder and unlawful sexual activity. I
It's unclear when Myers will be transferred from Louisiana to face charges in Florida.
Family and neighbors started social media campaigns, passed out fliers and contacted the media after the girl went missing from her Tampaarea home June 11.


Authorities cornered the pair at a Grosse Tete, La., truck stop, and police say Myers led officers on a chase using a truck that was stolen in the Florida Panhandle.
Cpl. Paul Mouton of the Lafayette Police Department said the man got out of the truck with a knife, and officers subdued him with a stun gun and a police dog. Officers then got the girl out of the truck. Myers stabbed the girl, then himself, and was bitten by the police dog, police said.



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Doris Bryan
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Doris Bryan Carrhuff, 91, of Marianna died Saturday, June 28, 2014 at Jackson Hospital.
Arrangements will be announced by James & Sikes Funeral Home Maddox Chapel.
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Bobby Glen
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Mr. Bobby Glen Holt, age 78, a native of Recovery, Georgia and residing in Chattahoochee, Florida since very early life, passed away Saturday, June 28, 2014, at his home after a lengthy illness. He was a past fifty year member of the First United Methodist Church in Chattahoochee, Florida and later became a member of Grace Community Baptist Church of
Chattahoochee. He had retired as a Vocational Instructor with the Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee. Bobby wasa member of the Original Red Bird Baseball Team of Chattahoochee and was a past member of the Elks Club.
Bobby is survived by his loving wife, Alexis Lee Holt of Chattahoochee, Florida; his daughter, Cindi Riano of Chattahoochee; a brother, Terry Holt and his wife Katherine of Chattahoochee; three sisters, Geraldine Roberts and her husband Jerry of Marianna, Florida, Lenelle Chason and her husband William of Alabama, and Janet Potter of Chattahoochee; two grandchildren, Austin Riano and his wife Princess of Sneads, Florida, and Brooke Riano of
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Bobby was preceded in death by his parents, J T and Varou Holt, his first wife, Bonnie Holt and a sister, Ann Ozment.
Flowers will be gratefully accepted, or those wishing, may send contributions to the Grace Community Baptist Church Fellowship Hall Building Fund, 2059 Booster Club Rd., Bainbridge, Georgia 39819.
Visitation with the family will take place at Grace Baptist Church, Tuesday, July 1, 2014, at 10:00 AM EDT, followed at 11:00 AM EDT, with Memorial Services with Rev. Conrad Salter officiating.
Lanier-Andler Funeral Home of Sneads, Florida is in charge of arrangements. Phone 850-593-9900.

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James Madison King, age 66, passed away on June 23, 2014 at Cox South hospital in Springfield, MO.
He was born in Birmingham, AL on August 5,1947. James graduated from S.R. Butler High School in Huntsville, AL in 1965 and attended Auburn University before enlisting in the army. James was a helicopter pilot in Viet Nam and a Silver Star recipient. He continued his military career with the Kansas Army National Guard and finally retired with the Florida Army National Guard in 2002


as a Chief Warrant Officer 4. He also retired from Alachua County FL Public Works in 2007 where he was employed as the Road Construction Superintendent.
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He is survived by his wife,sJanice Mechtlev King, his son Eric Harpel, his daughter Jennifer Brawner and his brother Michael King. He is also survived by his granddaughter
McKenzi Harpel and grandson Jesse Brawner. Jim was a loving and wonderful husband, father, and grandfather. He loved to fish, play golf and had a love for animals. Those who wish may contribute to his memory to the Wounded Warriors Project may do so by calling 877-832-6997 or go to www.WoundedWarriorsProjectorg or send a contribution to Wounded Warriors Project P.O. Box 758517 Topeka, Kansas 66675.
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Teresa Skipper, 59, of Alford passed away Friday, June 27, 2014 at the Signature Healthcare at the Courtyard in Marianna.
Born in Tokyo, Japan, Mrs. Skipper had resided in Jackson County f9r the past 45 years. She was an LPN and a former employee of the Brookwood Nursing Home and the Signature Healthcare at the Courtyard.
She was preceded in death by her father, Donald S. Smith, Sr.; a brother, Donald S. Smith, Jr. and a sister, Virginia Langford.
Survivors includeherhusband Ferrell E. Skipper; a son, Casey. Skipper and wife Tanya; three grandchildren; her mother, Patsy R. Smith, a sister, Marcia Smith all of Alford; four nieces and four nephews.
Funeral services will be at 3 pm Monday, June 30, 2014 at James & Sikes Funeral Home Maddox Chapel. Interment will follow at Alford City Cemetery with James & Sikes Funeral Home Maddox Chapel directing.
. The family will receive friends from 2 pm Monday, June 30, 2014 until funeral time at Maddox Chapel.
Expressions of sympathy may be madesonlinerat James & Sik'es Funeral Homes Maddox Chapel.
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Funeral service will be 11am, Monday June 30 at James and Sikes Funeral Home Maddox Chapel. Interment will follow in Pinecrest Memorial 'Gar-, dens with James & Sikes Funeral Home Maddox Chapel directing.
The family will receive friends from 10:30 am until funeral time at Maddox Chapel.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Donna's memory may be sent to Mission Aviation Fellowship P.O. Box 47 Nampa, ID 86653, or a charity of your choice.


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- Talk about a cosmic caffeine jolt. The International Space Station is getting a real Italian espresso machine. Astronauts of all nationalities - but especially the Italians - have long grumbled about the tepid instant coffee served in pouches and drunk with straws 260 miles above Earth.
The pouches and straws aren't going away, but at least the brew will pack some zero-gravity punch. The specially-designedfor-space espresso machine is dubbed ISSpresso - ISS for International Space Station. Its launch early next year from Wallops Island, Virginia, is timed to coincide with the six-month mission of Italy's first female astronaut, Samantha Cristoforetti. The 37-year-old fighter pilot and Italian Air Force captain will fly to the space station in November aboard a Russian capsule.
She'll be the first out-ofthis-world barista. "How cool is that?" she said in a tweet earlier this month. "I'll get to operate the first space espresso machine!"
Italy's century-old coffee maestro Lavazza teamed up with a Turin-based engineering company, Argotec, and the Italian Space Agency to improve coffee conditions aboard the orbiting outpost. Besides espresso, ISSpresso is capable of whipping up tea and consomme.


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This undated product image made from a video provided by Lavazza, shows a prototype of Lavazza's and Argotec's "ISSpresso" machine. The final version of the coffee machine will be the first real Italian espresso machine on the International Space Station, and will coincide with a six-month mission by Italy's first Italian female astronaut, Samantha Cristoforetti.


What more could an astronaut want? During his 5 -month stay on the space station last year, Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano repeatedly talked about missing espresso. (This is. the cool-as-ice test pilot who nearly drowned during a spacewalk last July when his helmet filled with water from his suit's cooling system.)
Argotec already was working on a space espresso machine. Orbital Sciences Corp. of Virginia will make the delivery on its Cygnus cargo ship; the launch is targeted for January. I
NASA's coffee-loving astronaut Donald Pettit actually offered some ideas for ISSpresso during its design phase. He's a two-time space station resident who invented and even patented a zero-gravity cup for sipping his orbital joe versus sucking it with a straw.


No question, an espresso machine will be "a welcome addition" to space station life, Pettit said Wednesday from Johnson Space Center in Houston. The pre-measured bags of freeze-dried coffee served in orbit taste good
- when you're up there on the frontier, he said. On Earth, any coffee lover would go "Yeeck." Argotec spokesman Antonio Pilello has sampled the ISSpresso espresso and gives it a thumbs-up. The space machine is designed to operate at the same ,temperature and pressure as Earthly espresso makers, according to the company, to guarantee taste and flavor.
"You know, coffee is very important for Italian people. We are really hard to please about it!" Pilello wrote in an email. Certified for safety and approved by NASA, ISSpresso initially will fly


with 20 coffee capsules. Extra packets will follow for the six-member crew, if the trial run goes well. The 44-pound machine
- a compact 14 inches by 17 inches - will be housed in the U.S. laboratory, Destiny. It resembles a microwave oven, with all the action occurring inside.
Engineers replaced the typical plastic tubing in an espresso machine with steel for robustness. They also used buttons and switches similar to those already on the space station, so the astronauts would be familiar with the design. Astronaut Pettit points out that the lack of gravity will prevent the bubbly foam from rising to the top.
Yet even if the space espresso falls short by connoisseur standards, "it would be the best coffee that we've ever had in space."


Ex-partner of schemer gets 21/2 years


The Associated Press

FORT LAUDERDALE - A former law partner of convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein was sentenced to two and a half years in prison Friday for violating federal campaign finance laws by funneling tens of thousands of dollars to the campaigns of John McCain and Charlie Crist.
U.S. District Judge James Cohn sentenced Russell Adler, 52, in Fort Lauderdale federal court. Adler pleaded guilty in April to a single count of conspiracy, which could have meant up to five years in prison.
According to prosecutors, Adler was one of the orchestrators of an illegal scheme to bundle contributions from the Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler law firm t.o McCain's 2008 campaign for president and Crist's run for the U.S. Senate. Crist, a former Republican governor, lost the Senate race and now is running for governor again as


a .Democrat.
There is no evidence either campaign was aware of the illegal contributions.
Crist later returned the contributions, but the McCain campaign had already disbursed the money by the time the Rothstein scam imploded in fall 2009. Adler admitted as part of his plea agreement that the firm employees were later reimbursed for their contributions, which violates campaign finance law. Some checks were backdated and had notations on them indicating they were for bonuses, according to court documents. The point of the fundraisers and campaign checks, court documents say, was to "increase the stature and apparent political power" of thelaw firm and to influence politicians to steer government appointments and contracts to the once high-flying firm. - which is now defunct.
Adler's plea agreement also states


that he will cooperate in the ongoing probe into Rothstein's $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme and related investigations, such as the illegal campaign finance operation. Adler has consistently said he was not part of the Ponzi fraud, which involved investments in confidential legal settlements that turned out to be phony. If Adler's cooperation is satisfactory, prosecutors could seek a reduction in his prison sentence. However, the felony conviction will mean Adler's disbarment as a practicing attorney. More than a dozen other people have been convicted in the case, which began in late 2009 when Rothstein's fraud scam began to unravel. Rothstein himself pleaded guilty to several charges and is serving a 50-year prison sentence. The firm's third named partner, Stuart Rosenfeldt, has not been charged and denies wrongdoing.


Prosecutors to seek death penalty in child's death


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WEST PALM BEACH Prosecutors will seek the death penalty against a woman accused of killing her ex-partner's 2-yeafold daughter in an act of revenge she purportedly justified with a Bible passage, according to court documents filed earlier this week.


A court filing by the State Attorney's Office indicated prosecutors' intentions regarding
Kimberly Lucas, 40, of Jupiter, who is jailed awaiting trial for first-degree murder in the May killing of Elliana Lucas-Jamason and attempted first-degree murder of the girl's 10-year-old brother, who police say was drugged.


Lucas was considered a second mother to both children.
Police said she left a bizarre note to the children's biological mother, with whom she had a relationship of more than 20 years that ended last year.
In it, she suggested revenge and cited a pastor's sermon about the Old


Testament story of Abraham, who was ordered by God to kill his son Isaac, only to be told at the last minute to stop. "God never told me to stop!" Lucas wrote, according to an investigative report filed in court. Lucas' attorney, Marc Shiner, did not immediately return a call seeking comment.


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Hawaii jurors favored death for ex-soldier84


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HONOLULU - Jurors who decided the fate of a former soldier convicted of killing his 5-year-old daughter said their labored deliberations ended with eight of them wanting him sentenced to death and four of them wanting him to spend the rest of his life in prison.
Because they couldn't agree, Naeem Williams will be sentenced to life in prison without possibility for release for the 2005 beating death of his daughter, Talia.
Weighing the decision meant considering the violent beatings Williams said he inflicted on Talia to discipline her for bathroom accidents, graphic descriptions that one juror said will haunt him forever.
"I have a 4 1/2-year-old granddaughter, and for the rest of my life in her I'm going to see the girl," juror Clarence Kaona told The Associated Press. "I'll never get those autopsy pictures out of my mind."
He voted for the death penalty.
"I'm a little disappointed," he said. "I feel like we let the girl down."
It Was the same jury that convicted Williams of murder in April that deliberated for about seven days before deciding it couldn't agree on a sentence. An indication of jurors' turmoil was their announcement that they had reached their verdict Thursday afternoon but wanted to wait until Friday morning to read it because some of them were "emotionally drained." The concept of sending someone to his death is unfamiliar in Hawaii, where capital punishment was abolished in 1957, before the islands became a state. But this jury had to make that decision because Williams' crime occurred in military housing and he was tried in the federal court system, where the death penalty is available. "It is difficult to obtain a death penalty in a state such as Hawaii where the people have not voted for the death penalty on a state level," said Richard Dieter, executive director of the Death Penalty Information Center in Washington, D.C. "This is a difficult crime, a child, but the death penalty is a huge step," he said. "It's a punishment that for some states is outside of their standards." U.S. District Judge J. Michael Seabright set an Oct. 14 hearing to formally sentence Williams. Williams was bracing for


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the death penalty, his attorney John Philipsborn said. "Both of us were relieved," Philipsborn said. "I think he was very grateful for the outcome."
After the hearing, Assistant U.S. Attorney Darren Ching, who handled the case, and Florence Nakakuni, the U.S. attorney for Hawaii, hugged outside the courtroom. Ching got a kiss from his wife.
"We put forth the best case we had, and we respect the verdict," said Steve Mellin, trial attorney with the Justice Department's capital case section. Talia's mother, Tarshia Williams, told the AP by phone she was glad her daughter got justice.
"Even though they're deadlocked, I still feel that I've got some kind of closure that the trial is finally over, because I had to wait nine long years, and that was hard," she said. She said she believes the government could have done more to help her daughter, since military police had shown up at the house for various domestic incidents.
Tarshia Williams has a lawsuit pending against the U.S. government that was put on hold pending the criminal trial. The government has denied that officials failed to ,protect Talia from the abuse that caused her death. Naeem Williams and Talia's stepmother, Delilah Williams, testified that they beat the girl almost daily during the seven months she* lived with them in Hawaii.
During the sentencing phase, Naeem Williams' family, including his 9year-old daughter and 11year-old son, told jurors


they love him and that his life has value. Williams read a statement to jurors apologizing for killing Talia and asking them to let him live.
The deliberation process required the jurors to consider a long list of mitigating factors the defense presented as reasons to spare his life - including physical discipline his stepfather inflicted, his overseas Army service and his low IQ. According to the special findings form the jury filled out, all 12 jurors believed the stepfather's discipline, military service and never knowing his biological father were factors to consider. Only one juror wanted to consider his intellectual disability.
They all agreed Delilah Williams influenced the violence her husband inflicted on Talia. Delilah Williams testified against her husband as part of a deal with prosecutors for a 20-year sentence. She provided disturbing details of abuse that included withholding food for days at a time and beating the child while she was ducttaped to a bed. Talia died July 16, 2005, after prosecutors say her father dealt a blow so hard it left knuckle imprints on her chest.
Seabright scheduled
Delilah Williams' sentencing for July 8. She didn't want her husband to get the death penalty, said her federal public defender, Alexander Silvert. "I spoke to her today, and she was very relieved," Silvert said.
The Bureau of Prisons will determine where Naeem Williams serves his life sentence, based on factors including his security level and medical needs.


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Our number one priority in this life must be to go to Heaven. Jesus says in Matthew 6:33, "But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.' Our soul is the most precious thing we have. There is nothing that can equal! its value. We read in Matthew 16:26, "For what profit is it to a man if he gains the whole world and loses his own soul? Or what will a man give in exchange for his soul?"
It is easy in today's materialistic society to get caught up in the pursuit of materialism if we are not careful. Our Lord says in Matthew 6:19-21, "Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal. But lay up for yourselves treasures in Heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is there will your heart be also." Our bank account needs to be in heaven! Everyday we need to tell ourselves that the main thing in this life is to go to Heaven. We read in Colossians 3:2; "Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth." We should regularly think about going to Heaven.
Heaven is a prepared place (John 14:2-3) for a prepared people. It will be such a wonderful place, which is beyond our dreams. Paul says in 1 Corinthians 2:9, "Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, nor entered into the heart of man the things which God has prepared for those who love Him." There is no way that Heaven can be described so we as mortal human beings can understand how wonderful it will be.
Do YOU know God's plan for man to get to heaven? If not, or if you would like to learn more about the what the Bible says on this or any other issue, message me, we can study together.
For a free, in-home Bible correspondence course please contact the Caverns Road church office, or contact: preachertombowling@gmail.com
(No one will call or visit unless you ask)
My name is Tom Bowling, and I am the pulpit
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Sneads All-star catcher Alexander Cooper throws from home to first base for the out in a AA state tournement game Saturday at the MERE.


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The Sneads AA All-Stars dropped their first
two games on the opening day of the Dixie Youth Machine Pitch State Tournament on Saturday, falling to West Seminole and Bushnell.
West Seminole beat Sneads 5-4 in the first game thanks to a go-ahead run in the top of the sixth inning to break up a 4-4 tie. Sneads denied West Seminole a run in the top of the first inning when Hunter Edwards made a spectacular catch in right field to end the inning with a runner left on the bag. The Sneads bats came alive in the-bottom half of the inning, scoring two runs on hits by AaronWilliams, Trevor Kirkland, and a basesclearing triple by Cooper Alexander. West Seminole tied the game in the top of the second inning, with a great throw by throw by the Sneads catcher Alexander to shortstop saving another run. Sneads missed a bases-loaded opportunity in the bottom of the third inning after singles by JJ Dolan! Johnson, andWiiams went for naught.


In the bottom of the fourth inning, Sneads plated two runs to take a 4-2 lead, with Alexander, Cole Lewis, and Edwards all singling and Alexander and Lewis crossing the plate. The game was again tied in the fifth when West Seminole scored two runs to make it a 4,4 game.
Dolan and Johnson both singled for Sneads in the bottom of the fifth, but both were left stranded.
After West Seminole plated the go-ahead run in the top of the sixth, Sneads was unable to mount a rally in the bottom of the inning. The second outing wasn't nearly as close for the Sneads All-Stars, who were overwhelmed and run-ruled by Bushnell 12-2 in four innings.
Sneads got out to the early lead after Trevor Kirkland led off the game with a bunt single, stole second and eventually scored on an error to make it 1-0.
After Bushnell tied it up when a triple by Landon Hogan was followed with an RBI double by Tyshawn Cooper in the bottom of

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Sports Briefs

High School
boys basketball
Monday (at Marianna High School) - Rickards vs. Mosley, 4 p.m.; Seminole County (Ga.) vs. Rickards, 5 p.m.; Marianna vs. Seminole County (Ga.), 6 p.m.; Sneadsvs. Marianna, 7 p.m.

Chipola
swimming lessons
Chipola College will offer Swimming lessons and a Competitive Swim Camp in the month of July. Lessons for ages 4 and up are scheduled on the following dates: Session 2: July 14-24, with a registration deadline of July 10; Session 3: Aug. 4-14, with a registration deadline of July 31. Classes are available at 10 a.m. or 7 p.m. Sessions include eight 45-minute classes which meet Monday through Thursday for two weeks. Lessons are based on a combination of nationallyrecognized methods. Cost of each two-week session is $55. Pre-registration is required, with a $5 late registration fee. A Competitive Swim Camp for ages 6 and up will be offered July 21-23 from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.
All participants must be able to swim 25 yards unassisted. Cost is $45.
For information, call 7182473 or visit www.chipola.edu.

Sports Items
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BY DUSTIN KENT AND SHELIA MADER
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The Marianna All-Stars rebounded from a heartbreaking loss to win their second game of the Dixie Youth Machine Pitch State Tournament on Saturday afternoon at Optimist Park. Marianna opened the tournament against Wesley Chapel and suffered a 13-12 loss at the hands of Wesley Chapel.
Wesley Chapel drew first blood in the bottom of the first inning on two hits and a pair of nervy, first-game errors by Marianna to plate two runs. Caleb Thomas had the only Marianna hit in the top of the second inning, and Wesley Chapel was held off the board in the bottom of the inning thanks to two big-league catches by Brady Brock at shortstop and Thomas at second. Marianna tied the game on a two-out RBI single by Brock in the top of the third that scored Peyton Black and Huhter Smith, and Trent DeFelix singled home Brock to give Marianna a 3-2 lead. Marianna took a 7-2 lead in the top of the fourth inning when JJ Gray, Maddox Faircloth, and Jacobi Hall put together a string of singles, with Hall's scoring Gray before an outwas recorded. 0 Black singled home another and Isaiah Spencer tripled home two more runs with two outs. Wesley Chapel answered with four runs in the bottom of the inning to trim the margin to 7-6 game. In the top of the fifth, Marianna added three more runs on hits by Jake Harris, DeFelix, Faircloth, and Hall to go up 10-6, but Wesley Chapel rallied back with four runs in its half to tie the game up. A determined Marianna team battled to put two runs on the board in the top of the sixth inning thanks to hits by Spencer, Harris, DeFelix, and Thomas to take a 12-10 edge into thd bottom of the final inning.
But a three-run burst in the bottom of the sixth gave Wesley Chapel the walk- off win.

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2014 FIFA World Cup US hopes to boost attack against Belgium


The Associated Press

SAO PAULO - No wonder the United States is having problems scoring at the World Cup: The Americans are hardly attacking.
Coach Jurgen Klinsmann is eager for the U.S. to create more chances in Tuesday's second-round game against Belgium.
The U.S. had just 72 attacks during three group-stage games, according to FIFA. That ranked 31st among the 32 teams, ahead of only Costa Rica's 69. The Americans were dead last in attacks from the left with 21 and tied for last with Iran with 29 from the center. Right back Fabian Johnson seems to be providing the spark for most forays upfield, advancing more often than left back DaMarcus Beasley. Midfielder Graham Zusi insists the


approach and attitude must change if they are to reach the quarterfinals for the first time since 2002. "The first minutes of the game, impose yourself, step on their toes a bit, get in their face," he said. The Americans know they have to surge upfield more often if they hope to reach a quarterfinal against Argentina or Switzerland - a lot more often. A day after advancing despite a 10 loss to Germany in rainy Recife, they worked out at Sao Paulo Futebol Clube, where the temperature on the sunny day peaked at 81 degrees, 12 above normal.
While Klinsmann wants his team to play attractive, attacking soccer, it hasift worked out that way. The Americans had scored in eight straightWorld Cup games before getting shut out Thursday. The U.S. had 41 percent possession


in its 2-1 win over Ghana, 48 percent in its 2-2 draw against Portugal and 37 percent versus Germany. The Americans have been outshot 54-27 in the three matches,
And this had occurred in a World Cup in which offense is up. There were an average of 2.83 goals per game in the group stage, up 35 percent from 2.10 in South Africa four years ago and the highest in the initial phase since 1958's 3.37, according to STATS. Jozy Altidore, the top American forward, has been sidelined since straining his left hamstring in the first half against Ghana. Klinsmann said "we are optimistic we have him being a part of the Belgium game" but didn't go into detail on Altidore's recovery. Altidore looked strong running laps, then stretched on the sideline under the direction of medical staff.


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Outdoor life can be quite surprising


One day last week I
parked my truck beside a mountain stream, pulled on my waders, and grabbed my ultralight spinning gear. I stepped into the creek and started eagerly upstream.
I headed for a fishing hole about 1/4 mile from my starting point. It could be reached by no other means except the upstream course I was following. Access to the spot was so limited and the journey there so strenuous, it was bound to be a seldom-fished location. Well worth the trouble. 'Twas a trout fisherman's dream: A deep, dark pool to be fished by none but the most intrepid and adventurous angler. That angler, of course, being the intrepid and adventur-


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ous Bob Kornegay. With determined doggedness I slogged against the current, slipping on rocks, tripping over logs, and generally wearing myself to a frazzle. I sustained two turned ankles, one almost-broken neck, and one hornets' nest almost brushed by the bib of my old Troy University cap.
One more bend in the creek, a few more labored breaths, and there it was. THE spot. My hands shook with excitement


as I fumbled for the jar of pseudo salmon eggs in my vest pocket.
I baited my hook and cast my line. There was an immediate tug. I set the hook and snatched a 3-finger bluegill from the icy mountain water. Say what? A bluegill? Here? Incredulous, I baited up and cast again. Six casts and six little bream later, I determined there were no trout in the pool. Worse, it dawned on me I had driven 400 miles and nearly killed myself to catch a half dozen throw-back bluegills. I could have done that back in south Georgia with a lot less trouble and pain. Ah, outdoor life's little surprises. This ultimate "trout pool" was just one more in a long list. There have been numerous


others.
Like the time Cletus Monroe and I once shook some vines leading up to a squirrel's nest. Three vigorous pulls, one quick burst of profanity, and a large raccoon tumbled from the tree. The animal landed unhurt, mainly because Clete cushioned its fall. Clete later mentioned how difficult it is to keep one's mind on squirrel hunting when there's a ticked-off, terrified 'coon clawing at one's eyes and ears.
Years ago, I got another surprise when a "20pound bass" on the end of my line turned out to be a 5-pound bowfin. Stupidly, I hoisted the mudfish into my canoe; where he proceeded to spill my tackle box, bite my finger, thus causing the unstable boat


to overturn. The slimy critter got away before I could bludgeon him to death with my paddle, but he swam off toting a really good cussing. Once, on the bank of the Chattahoochee River, I set* outto retrieve a stringer of catfish, only to find a gargantuan alligator snapping turtle clinging to the last fish in line. Startled, I slipped backward and sat down on a dead carp that was steadily ripening on the river bank. Sickened and disgusted, I did not challenge the old "dinosaur." Not that I would really have wanted to even under the best of circumstances. Of course, none of the above holds a candle to the most shocking surprise I've ever received. That was the day my


friend's Brittany spaniel pointed a big diamondback rattler that didn't have the courtesy to buzz before I waded into the knee-high grass to flush our found "covey." I was told later he rattled after I kicked him, but, truthfully, I was running too fast and screaming way too loudly to confirm that. Arguably, however, even that may not compare to the wrathful reaction my wife had to my "surprising" her with the live 'possum I captured late one night in the backyard. She always said she hated 'possums. Turned out she hates the bearer of'possums even more. Thinking on that, bream in a trout hole and a raccoon on one's face seem like uneventful surprises indeed.


Fishing Report


Lake Seminole
Bass fishing is fair. The fish may be tough to catch at times. Try fishing grass lines with topwater baits early. After sunup, switch to jerkbaits in the same areas. Later in the day, some success may be had flipping the lily pads and open pockets in the hydrilla patches. Bream fishing has been good lately. Bluegills are actively biting crickets and shellcrackers have been caught in good numbers on large wigglers. Catfish are good, particularly over hard bottoms. Stinkbaits are good offerings.
Anglers braving the heat may find a few hybrids schooling over humps and sandbars late in the afternoon.
Lake Eufaula
Bass fishing is fair. Fish Carolina-rigged worms and jigs on main-lake points and ledges. In the creeks, fish large worms rigged Texas-style. Fish


very slowly. Also try dock fishing with Texas-rigged soft plastics. Upriver, fishing worms and spinnerbaits near the banks is recommended. Crappies are locked into their summertime pattern. Fishing for them can be fair to good on moderately deep flats just off the river channel. Look for flats areas with transient brush piles and fish jigging spoons vertically, directly in the brush. Bream are quite active and will readily take crickets, especially near creek drop-offs with structure present. Fish size is small overall, but numbers are good.
Catfish will bite late in the day on flats as they move into shallower water to feed.
Hybrids are inconsistent at present.
Lake Andrews/ Chattahoochee River
Look for bass to bite topwater lures early in the morning and possibly late


in the afternoon. During the middle of the day, largemouths maybe taken near channel breaks in spots where the channel curves closest to the shoreline. Spoons and jigand-pig combos may take a few of these fish. Also fish crankbaits near the mouth of any creek where clear water is present. Bream should be active, but few will be caught using shallow-water methods. For the best results, drift-fish downstream from the dam, vertically dropping live worms or crickets on a moderately heavy rig. The bream will usually hold rather deep in a temperature comfort zone. Depth will be generally consistent up and down the river. Catfishing is fair overall and is best downstream from the dam along bluff walls and near sandbars. Generation schedules, pool levels, and other such information for area waterways may be obtained by calling toll-free 1-888-771-4601. Follow the recorded instructions and access the touch-tone for the . Apalachicola River System.


Sneads
From Page 1B
the second, Sneads regained the lead in the top of the third on an RBI single through the middle by Kirkland to score JJ Dolan to make it 2-1. But Bushnell seized control in the bottom of the inning with four runs thanks to a two-out rally that featured a two-RBI single by Logan Andrei, an RBI single by Mali Boone, and an RBI double by Kam


Marianna
From Page 1B
Marianna came back in the second gamne with a solid performance to get into the win column, using a three-run first inning and a four-run third to grab the early lead en route to a 10-5 victory over Franklin County. Franklin County went on top first with a single run in the top of the first inning, but Marianna answered with three runs in its first at-bat, with Brock singling and scoring on an error and DeFelix driving in Harris with a hit to centerfield before scoring on a fielder's choice to make it 3-1.
After Franklin County got a run back in the top of the second, Marianna pushed the margin back to two when Hall led off the bottom of the inning with an infield


Zapata to make it 5-2. The runs kept coming in the bottom of the fourth, with back-to-back doubles by Cooper and'Renton Guess giving Bushnell its sixth run and RBI hits by Colby Rinberger and Pierce Story, making it a 9-2 game. Leading 10-2, with a runner on first, Bushnell got an inside-the-park home run by Andrei to plate the final two runs and end the game on the mercy rule. Sneads was scheduled to play once more Saturday night before playing two more games Sunday and Monday.


single, stole second base, and scored on another infield single by Hunter Smith. Marianna started to get separation in the third inning, with a two-RBI triple by Jayden Gray followed by RBI singles by Faircloth and Black to make it an 8-2 lead.
An RBI single by Harris scored Spencer for Marianna in the fourth and Thomas singled and scored on an error in the fifth to make it a 10-3 lead. Franklin County scored two runs in the top of the sixth on a two-RBI single by Brandon Shivey with no outs, but the game ended after a groundout by Brett Charles and a pop out by Terry Proctor, with the Marianna first baseman Spencer catching the ball and throwing to second to get the double play. Marianna was scheduled to play another game Saturday night before playing two games Sunday and Monday.


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U.Sk midfielder Jones. has broken nose, as expected


The Associated Press

SAO PAULO - U.S. midfielder Jermaine Jones has a broken nose after Thursday's game against Germany, but remains available to play in the round of 16 against Belgium on Tuesday in Salvador. . U.S. Soccer Federation spokesman Michael Kammarman said Friday that Jones and fellow midfielder Alejandro Bedoya each were checked on the field for concussion symptoms during the 1-0 loss at Recife following their second-half collision, and three more times since then. There were no issues for either player so far. The team arrived back to its Sao Paulo hotel at 11 p.m. Thursday night, and Bedoya and Jones were


examined again Friday morning.
Jones won't wear a protective mask and the fracture hasn't caused discoloration in the area. "I don't remember really what happened. I went for a header," Jones said. "The feeling was that it was broken."
Kammarman added that Jones' injury doesn't appear serious, as there is no visible bruising of the like forward Clint Dempsey had when he broke his nose in the Ghana game. "He looks unaffected. You can't even see any discoloration," Kammarman said. "So it appears to be a minor fracture. He is fine, he's available to play." Forward Jozy Altidore's status for the knockout


stage remains unclear, though he is making positiye progress since straining his left hamstring in the first half of the Americans' opening win against Ghana on June 16. He ran at a good pace around the field without any signs of pain under sunny skies at Sao Paulo Futebol Clube on Friday morning and did some stretching on the sideline with the assistance of the training staff. He has run several times now without further problems. "We are very optimistic. Every day is a big step forward with Jozy," coach Jurgen Klinsmann said. "It's 11 days now and it's looking better every day, so we are optimistic we have him being a part of the Belgium game."


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United States teammates Jermaine Jones (foreground) and Alejandro Bedoya (11) lie injured after colliding with each other during the match between the USA and Germany at the Arena Pernambuco in Recife, Brazil on Thursday.


FIFA, players' union agree Suarez needs treatment


The Associated Press

RIO DE JANEIRO - The players' union and football's governing body agree on one thing in the wake of the heavy ban imposed on Luis Suarez for his third biting incident: the Uruguay and Liverpool striker needs help.
Suarez returned to Montevideo early Friday, arriving too late to see the president of Uruguay and hundreds of fans who had gathered the previous night to give him a hero's welcome despite his World Cup banishment. In Rio de Janeiro, FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke said a third biting incident in Suarez's career was "unacceptable." "I think he should find a


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way to stop doing it - he should go through a treatment," Valcke told reporters at Maracana Stadium, where Uruguay plays Colombia in a Round-of-16 match on Saturday.


The players' union, FIFPro, came to the same conclusion but from a more sympathetic approach. FIFPro said the FIFA disciplinary panel's ban for Suarez of nine Uruguay


matches and four months from all football "infringes his right to work" and doesn't offer him the treatment he needs. "Luis Suarez should receive all the support he needs to deal with any off-field issues he may be experiencing at this time," the union said, adding that "treatment must be a part of any sanction." Neither Valcke nor FIFPro specified if the treatment should include anger management therapy or counselling.
From Italy, Suarez also received support from his latest victim, Giorgio Chiellini, who described the sanction as excessive. It was a view shared on Friday by Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez, who has


quit his role in FIFAs strategic committee in protest at the length of the


on Tuesday. The incident went unpunished by the referee but was broadcast


ban. around the world on TV
Tabarez blamed English- It was the third time speaking media for creat- Suarez has bitten an oping pressure on the FIFA ponent, after incidents disciplinary panel to pun- in the Dutch and English ish Suarez and said that leagues. He was banned FIFA seems to have "values for seven and 10 matches, very different from those respectiVely. that I have." "If it starts to be more
In his first public com- thanonceitisnotanymore ments on the controversy, an (isolated) incident, so FIFA President Sepp Blat- that is why also the sancter declined to discuss the tion has to be exemplary," length of the ban but con- said Valcke. "I applaud the demned Suarez's action. . decision." "It is not fair what he has "What happened with done," Blatter in avideo in- Suarez was beyond the terview on FIFA's website, game, was something which was recorded Friday which is far beyond the fair before Tabarez spoke. play and the attitude you Suarez bit Chiellini's left . can have when you play at shoulder during Uruguay's the World Cup," the French 1-0 win over Italy at Natal official said.


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NFL


Mlanzel: 'I don't think I'm doing anything wrong'


The Associated Press

BEREA, Ohio - Johnny's gonna play and Johnny's gonna party.
Tired of scrutiny about how he spends his weekends away from football and drained by the spotlight that follows him, Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel said he has no plans to tone down his lifestyle. "I don't think I'm doing anything wrong," he said. Speaking at a PLAY 60 event with other AFC rookies, Manziel said he's been bothered by recent criticism about his behavior.
Since being drafted bythe Browns in the first round in May, Manziel's weekend adventures - hanging out poolside with Patriots tight


end Rob Gronkowski in Las Vegas, photographed on a swan raft while drinking champagne, shown in a video talking into a stack of money as if it were a phone
- have added to the legend of Johnny Football. Manziel understands it may not be a good look, but he's not a party animal.
"I'm going out," he said. "Everybody goes out on the weekends and enjoys their life and lives their life. And just for them, they don't have people that when they walk into a place pull out their phones and -all they want to do is follow me around and record everything. My situation is unique and different and now more than ever I've seen that it's an every weekend thing wherever


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Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel throws during an NFL football Play 60 youth event at the Cleveland Browns practice facility Friday in Berea, Ohio.


I'm at - whether it's in Cleveland on a weekend, or in Dallas or anywhere on a weekend, people want to record what I'm


doing because they think it's a story.
"Everybody goes out and has fun. Everybody goes out and does that and I'm


not doing anything that's putting myself in a harmful situation." In the past few days, Hall of Famers Emmitt Smith,


Joe Montana and Warren Moon have all said Manziel should focus on his playing career, and it might help if he curtailed some of the other stuff. Manziel respects the opinions of the legends, but says some of the media reports about him have been distorted. "Just what's getting out on social media doesn't mean that's all I'm doing in my life," he said. "Just my weekends aren't what I'm doing, seven days a week. That's two days out of the week and there's five to six other days when I'm here at this building going through my playbook and working out just like every other rookie, so nothing that I'm doing on the weekends is affecting my job."


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INDEPENDENCE, Ohio
- As his talented son, Andrew, was presented with his new wine-andgold Cavaliers jersey, Mitchell Wiggins finally let go of some painful memories.
This is it, he thought, his second chance, another shot at an NBA career broken in a haze of cocaine abuse.
His son is the No. 1 overall pick, and Mitchell Wiggins is now unburdened by guilt, embarrassment and disappointment. He's whole again.
"It just gives me clo-


sure," said Mitchell Wiggins, who was suspended for two full seasons with Houston in the 1980s for drugs. "I'm able to let go of maybe some of the things I was feeling when I left the league and I can sleep better now. This is a big moment."
The Cavaliers introduced AndrewWiggins on Friday, one day after the team ended weeks of public debate and internal discussion by selecting the slender small forward from Kansas first in the NBA draft. Wiggins, who probably would have also been chosen before anyone else a year ago, began his news conference


by saying his personal expectations are as high as what the Cavaliers believe he can attain. The 19-year-old with the 44-inch vertical jump plans to soar.
"I just want to come in, create an impact right off the bat, offensively 'and defensively, bring the team to the next level and just be a good teammate, be a good part of the organization," he said. "I want to be on the All-Defensive team, be Rookie of the Year, make the All-Star team, all that type of stuff."
Those comments made new Cavs coach David Blatt smile.


The Associated Press

MILWAUKEE - Throw away the Chicago Bulls gear, Jabari Parker. The new employer takes precedence over the hometown team now. The new face of the rebuilding Milwaukee Bucks received a hero's welcome Friday, one day after being selected with the second overall pick in the NBA draft.
"Jabari Parker welcomed the idea to be a Milwaukee Buck," general John Hammond said at a news conference at a downtown public market. Before Hammond could finish his sentence and ask the partisan crowd to welcome Parker back, he was interrupted by raucous applause.
The 6-foot-8 Parker, who averaged 19.1 points and 8.7 rebounds in his one season at Duke, has been rated as perhaps the most NBA-ready prospect in thisyear's draft. Training camp is still months away, so Friday was more about the process of connecting


to the city.
He's off to good start. Dressed sharply in a sleek gray suit in his first appearance in Milwaukee, Parker lived up to his reputation of having professional off-court demeanor. He projected a balance of confidence and humility during the 30-minute news conference while sprinkling in a few humorously awkward comments.
He is just 19, after all. "It's great to be back home - the great lake of Michigan. It's pure," Parker said, drawing laughs. "It's some great water." But when it came time to talking about his role on the teamn, he said all the things front-office personnel love to hear.
He has declared himself ready for the pressure. At one point, he referenced the strengths of the NBA champion San Antonio Spurs when asked about his role. He has made it a point to say he is not a face of the team, even though the Bucks are making a big deal out of this pick.


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Heat trades for UConn's Shabazz Napier on draft night


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MIAMI - The Miami Heat got the guard they wanted, and made LeBron James thrilled in the process.
The Heat acquired the draft rights to Connecticut guard Shabazz Napier in a trade with the Charlotte Hornets onThursdaynight, giving up the 26th and 55th picks to make the deal happen, along with a future second-round choice and cash considerations., "My favorite player in the draft!" James tweeted in reference to Napier. And that's a very good sign for Miami's future. "It's a perfect moment for my family," Napier said. Napier was taken at No. 24 by Charlotte, two slots before Miami drafted former North Carolina guard


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Connecticut's Shabazz Napier answers questions during an interview after the Charlotte Hornets traded him to the Miami Heat during the 2014 NBA draft Thursday in New York.


P.J. Hairston for the Hornets. Miami took former Xavier guard Semaj Christon in the second round, also sending his rights to the Hornets.
"We're very fortunate to


have drafted Shabazz and we feel very excited about him and what he can bring," Heat President Pat Riley said. "He's a two-time champion, high-motor guy, character guy."


James has opted out of the last two years of his Heat contract, and will become a free agent next week, but he's clearly a fan of Napier's game. During Connecticut's run to the NCAA title this spring, James tweeted, "No way u take another PG in the lottery before Napier." Napier wasn't a lottery pick, but wound up on a team that clearly both wanted him and wanted to make James happy. "It's just something special to know that one of the best players in the world thinks about you and appreciates your talent," Napier said. "That's something that I'm so humble for."
Napier averaged 13.7 points inhis four seasons at Connecticut, going 12-1 in NCAA tournament games


and winning two titles in his time with the Huskies. He averaged 18 points per game as a senior, and improved his outside shot in each of his final three college seasons.
And the Heat have done fairly well with UConn guards in the past: Ray Allen has been in Miami for the last two seasons.
"The first thing that jumps off is the winning attitude," Napier said, when asked about the parallels he sees between Miami and Connecticut. "That's one of the biggest things. When you compete at that high level, you want to win every single game. That winning attitude comes in the first day you arrive at that camp. On the first day you arrive to that organization, you want


to work, and you want to prove that you can get back there."
The draft is just the first step of what's going to be a busy couple of weeks for the Heat.
Free agency's epicenter this summer may as well be Miami, with James already a free agent, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh deciding if they will opt out as well, and several other players from this year's team also looking for new contracts either in Miami or otherwise. Wade and Bosh have not revealed if they will forgo their final two years on their existing Miami deals.
Another free agent from Miami is starting point guard Mario Chalmers, which might be one of many reasons why the Heat liked Napier.


NBA Briefs


Suns extend
qualifying offers
to Bledsoe, Tucker
PHOENIX -The Phoenix Suns have extended qualifying offers to point guard Eric Bledsoe and forward P.J. Tucker. The move was neces-


sary by Monday for the team to retain the rights to the players, who both are restricted free agents. Both players can sign a contract with another team but the Suns have the right to match it and keep the player. The free agent period


begins Tuesday.


Wizards'Webster has
back surgery,
out 3-5 months
WASHINGTON -Washington Wizards forward Martell Webster is recov-


ering from back surgery and could miss the start of next season. The Wizards announced Friday that Webster had surgery to repair a herniated disc in his lower back. The operation was performed Thursday in Los Angeles.


The team said Webster is expected to be sidelined approximately three to five months before resuming basketball activity. The optimistic end of that range would have him returning around the start of training camp. The Wizards said Web-


ster was injured during a routine workout at the team's practice facility last week.
Webster signed a fouryear contract with the Wizards last summer. He averaged 9.7 points and 2.8 rebounds last season.
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Dear Annie: I recently became engaged to my boyfriend of six years. His family and I get along great, he's my very best friend, and I am so incredibly happy. The bliss, however, is being trumped by one problem.
Before "Kevin" and I got together, he was in a relationship with "Sophia" for four years. She came from a dysfunctional family and, as a result, became quite close to Kevin's mother. Sophia still calls her, sporadically drops by the house, stays in touch on Facebook and delivers flowers on special occasions. It's been extremely frustrating for me. It is obvious that Sophia doesn't like me, and now that we are engaged, she seems to push herself into Kevin's family out of spite. I am certain that she is no threat to my relationship with Kevin. But it bothers him terribly that his mother is still in such close contact, not only because he knows it makes me uncomfortable, but because he doesn't think it's proper now that I'm going to be his wife. Don't get me wrong - I have an excellent relationship with Kevin's mother. She has no daughters, and I want to form a bond with her. But my attempts feel futile because it seems she always chooses Sophia over me. Kevinlhas brought this up to his mother, but she defends the friendship. This truly hurts my feelings. It's not my place to say who his mother can be friends with, but I feel I'll always take a back seat when it comes to building a relationship with my mother-in-law. Am I being overly sensitive? How can I avoid feeling second best?
- FRUSTRATED FIANCEE Dear Fiancee: As long as you are secure in your relationship with Kevin, you can. afford to ignore Sophia. Treat her as you would any friend of the family whom you don't like: You are polite and a wee bit dismissive. She is annoying, but of no consequence. You could even introduce her to some eligible men and shift her focus. We suspect Kevin's mother feels sorry for Sophia. As you become an


integral part of his family, and Sophia sees that she cannot be a thorn in your side, Mom's closeness with the ex will fade into something you can handle.

Dear Annie: I'm a nice, attractive, honest lady who has been single since 1973. I've been on dating sites off and on for the past 10 years and can't find a husband to save me. What's the matter with this world? Men seem too lazy to travel to meet me, or just want to mess around online. I've had several claim to be "in love" with me, but not enough to meet me.
I've waited so long that now I'm 82, but I can still love mentally and physically, and I look young, so what can I do?
- LH IN MONTGOMERY Dear LH: When someone tells us they can't find anyone after years of searching, we suggest they ask their friends and family members to be brutally honest. Is there something about you that puts men off? Are you attracted to the wrong type of guy? Are your expectations out of line with reality? But we do recommend that you get off the computer and into places where you can meet men.

Dear Annie: I read the letter from "Grossed Out in Quebec," whose husband doesn't wash his hands after using the bathroom, saying he's "careful enough."
My husband doesn't wash his hands either, but I found proof that he is not, in fact, clean enough. I showed him. Now I can sometimes hear him washing his hands in the bathroom.
- KENTUCKY

Annie's Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers column. Please email your questions to anniesmailbox@comcast.net, or write to: Annie's Mailbox, c/o Creators Syndicate, 737 3rd Street, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254. To find out more about Annie's Mailbox and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at
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Annie's Mailbox


actor; Harmon Killerew (1936-2011), baseball player.


The first sentence of "1984" by George Orwell is, "It was a bright, cold day in April, and the clocks were striking 13." When you bid to a grand slam, there is normally not much point in counting losers, because you cannot afford any. You might as well only try to find 13 winners.
In this deal, which 13 tricks should South hope to take in seven hearts after West leads the diamond three? The bidding had a modern tinge. South's four-club rebid was a splinter, showing at least game-forcing values with a singleton or void in clubs. North then control-bid (cue-bid) his diamond ace, which East doubled to ask for a diamond lead. And South optimistically took a shot at all of the marbles. Outside hearts, South has six winners: four spades, one diamond and one club. He could rely on the diamond finesse and try to take six trump tricks. But East's double strongly suggests that that finesse will fail. Instead, declarer.should play for seven trump tricks. But which seven? South should use dummy's winners to remove East's trumps and take three ruffs in his hand. However, he has to be careful with his communications. Declarer wins with dummy's diamond ace, ruffs a club with a high trump (queen, king or ace), returns to dummy with a heart, ruffs another club high,


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Entertainment Brief


Horoscopes
CANCER (June 21-July 22) - Make an effort to control your emotions. Getting involved in a shouting match over something trivial will only compound your problems. Compromise, moderation and simplicity are the keys to your success.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) A relative or close friend will need your help. Offer support and guidance. You may be asked to act as a go-between regarding difficulties with legal or authority figures. Proceed with caution. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -You will make an impression with your vision and skills. Your persuasive personality will allow you to get others to accept your ideas and follow your lead. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - Someone is setting you up to fail. Don't believe everything you hear. Keep the competition off-guard by staying alert and in control. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) - Spending quality time with someone who shares your passions will make this day special. Romance will improve your life. Focus on what really matters. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23Dec. 21) - Don't allow yourself to be pushed around. Speak up loud and clear.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - Don't waste energy. Finish off projects that are gathering dust.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) - Mull over the plans you have made for the future.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -You should indulge in something that brings you comfort and joy.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) - If you let criticism discourage you, you won't get very far. Brush off any negative comments and do something physical. It will help strengthen your will to succeed.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - If you are feeling lonely, you shouldn't hide in a corner and mope.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) - It's time to rebuild your personal and professional enthusiasm.


World
Almanac

Today is the 180th day of 2014 and the ninth day of summer.

TODAY'SHISTORY:
In 1956, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed into law the Federal-Aid Highway Act, creating the interstate system.
In 1972, in Furman v. Georgia, the Supreme Court ruled that the death penalty as it was then applied in the United States was unconstitutional "cruel and unusual punishment."
In 1995, the space shuttle Atlantis docked with the Russian Mir station in orbit for the first time. In 2007, Apple Inc. released the first iPhone.

TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
Harry Frazee (1881-1929), producer/Red Sox owner; Alan Blumlein (1903-42), engineer; Leroy Anderson (1908-75), composer; Slim Pickens (1919-83),


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BobbyWomack, a colorful and highly influential R&B singer-songwriter who influenced artists from the Rolling Stones to Damon Albarn, has died. Womack's publicist Sonya Kolowrat said Friday that the singer had died. With an incomparable voice few could match,


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2BR/2BA Single/Wide, Marianna - water, sewage included, Ready 7/1 $500 (1st, last, security) $1500 to move in 850-209-1027
2BR/2BA SW & 3BR/2BA DW in Malone, CH/A, No pets, security negotiable Section 8 ok. Call 850-594-9991 or 850-557-7719

3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale.
NO PETS. CH&A.'
Starting at $500 per month
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160 acres in Jackson County on
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Partial Timber'0 Hunting $2500. per ac. (Sell Full Tract) For details 334-701-6565.
HOMES FOR SALE
Highlands!! 4BR /3.5BA,
301 Glencoe Way, 3339 SF Open floor plan. Master &
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Cameo 2008 5th wheel ,36 ft. 3-slides, 2 ACs, no smoking, no pets, no kids. New tires. Excellent condition. Has been stored $35,500 or best offer. Call for more information 334-798-2256.
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4 2001 Bounder 37f%. 51K mi.
300hp Turbo Diesel, 6 sp.
SAllison 300 mh auto trans. 7.5 generator, 2-slides, W/D lots of extras. 334792-0552 Serious Inq. ONLY!! Layton 2008 32.5ff. Travel Trailer with 2 slides & awning. King sz. bed in rear, excellent cond. with no known problems. elec. FP, 2-TV's, wood cabinets, DON'T MISS THIS ONE !!!!! REDUCED $16,900. 334-678-7551 / 334-618-9731
RV Bounder 1997 38f. new tires and updated parts, very clean, slideouts. Q-sz. bed, roll out awning, lots of storage, approx. 15,000 miles $19,500. OBO 334-648-1325.
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AUTOS FOR SALE

1999 GMC SIERRA SLE-SWB, Single Cab, Step Side (Completely new design) White with Blue Interior, 4.3 V6, Auto. OD, Power Seats, Both Sides, Windows, Mirrors , Cold AC. Perfect Body, Paint, Interior, Owner manual, One Owner from AL, Must See and Drive, Owner Dothan, $5995. 334-671-3059
2000 White Toyota Sienna XLE 134k miles Great body inside and out Except it won't start $1000 or best offer 334-585-6400
BMW 2008 5351: silver with black leather interior, 4 door, fully loaded, twin turbo, cold weather package, sunroof, naviagation, new tires, 52k miles - mostly highway, good condition. C Sporty! $21,500. OBO Call 334-618-2145
Buick 1994 Roadmaster , limited, clean, 157K miles, blue- jade stone, runs good, new tires & batery. $2900. 334-347-8003.
Chevrolet 2011 Cruze LT: blue with gray interi- F or, 35k miles, fully loaded, tinted window, great gas mileage, one onwer, great condition $13,500 OBO. Call or Txt 334-405-6229
Chrysler 2005 Crossfire, Red Convertible, 23k miles, garage kept, auto, fully loaded, $16,500 334.687-6779
Chrysler 1996 Town & Country LXI Van: fully loaded, owner manual, very good condition and clean, garage kept, burgundy with gray leather interior, 7 passenger, one owner, very low miles 43,640. Must Sell! $5,495 Call 334-6772857
Corvette 2003 Convertible silver / black / gray, exc. cond. full power, call for extras $19,500. 334-379-8632.
Ford 2002 Crown Victoria 59,950 miles, excellent C condition, 1 owner, leather interior, good gas mileage, very clean, fully loaded, $5200, 334.718.0397/334.693.2623.
Ford 2002 Taurus SLE sun roof, spoiler, prem. new tires, complete new brake job. fully equipt, like new, dealership maintained, $5200. FIRM 334-774-3582.
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Mazda 2009 RX8: One owner. Red, automatic. only 41k miles. Very good condition. $12,700 Call 334-393-1440
Mercedes 2003 Benz S500:
132K miles. Fully Loaded.
Sunroof, all leather seats, custom wheels and tires.
$10,995. 334-424-1312
Toyota 2003 Celica GT:
Black. Black/gray interior.
Automatic transmission, 4 cyl. 74,000 miles. Good gas mileage, 28-35 mpg. In great shape and no mechanical problems. $8,500. 334-648-3152
Toyota 2010 Corolla LE - silver, cloth interior, power windows & locks, cruise control, tilt, 64k miles, like new condition. Asking $12,500 OBO Call 334-585-3236 or 334-618-1458.
Volkswagen 2007 Jetta Wolfsburg, silver with leatherette interior, alloy wheels, heated seats, power sunroof, 4 door, silver, 5 cylinder, cold AC, excellent condition $10,000. NEG Call 850-482-7888 or 850-272-5286
VW EOS convertible 2010 , 67K miles, fully loaded, light blue in color $16,000. 334-596-2692.
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FIT 2004 Harley-Davidson
Ulra Classic FLHTCUI
black 12,800 miles $5,900.
Serious buyers!
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2005 Harley Davidson Ultra
Classic. Red. One owner.
Excellent condition. 33,500
Smiles, helmet and cover
ic. $11,500. 334-596-7328.
2010 HD Sportster XL1200C
Ik"- 1 owner, adult driven. Motivated seller, the first one with money gets it, and it
is awesome. $6,500 obo.
Photos & more info. available. Dsw6494@centurytel.netc 334-790-1356Suzuki 2007 M109R special edition, low miles 25K, metalic blue, exc. cond. $8900. OBO 334-379-8632.


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4 $12,500 334-598-0061 Absolutely Original!!

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ACURA 2003 MDX, Touring edition fully loaded with all wheel drive, drop down DVD and Trailer towing package. execellent cond $8500 334-688-5156

SChevy2000 Blazer.
Trialblazer Edition. White
-- Leather seats. 161,000
miles. In great condition, Reliable. $3,500 OBO. 334-790-7515 (evenings)

Dodge 2004 Durango Limited - 5.7 Hemi, auto, all power with sunroof, alum wheels, runs and drives great! $6800 OBO Call 334-797-7420

Jeep 2009 Wrangler 2-dr. unlimited edition, 4x4, lift kit,
towing pack. white w/ black
hard top. Exc. Cond.
$18,500. 850-524-1712 or
850-491-2717

Lexus 2012 RX350: Sharp!
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parking assist, pushbutton start,SmartAccess,
backup camera, heated/ ventilated front seats, tire pressure monitoring. 1 owner lease vehicle, clean car fax and only 23,000 mi. $35,950. Call Stephen 334-435-3344


Toyota 2006 4Runner SR5
Galactic gray mica with
taupe int. Automatic 4.0 L V-6 123,000 miles.Sliding
sun roof, roof rack, upgraded tires & alloy wheels. HD floor mats & cargo mats. Clean, one owner. NADA value $14,025, sell for $12,000. 334-701-1182 or 334-348-9293.
3 Toyota 2007 Highlander,
One Owner. Black. Very good condition. Luggage
i rack with towing hitch.
29 miles per gallon hwy.
23 miles per gallon city.
$8,500. 334-449-2750
Volvo 2013 XC60 Platinum
Package. Fully loaded: Voice activated navigaTion, premium sound,
nomelink, front and rear
park assist, panoramic roof, privacy glass, push button start, power tailgate, back-up camera, blind spot indicators. Immaculate! Like new! One owner, 12,000 miles. $33,900. 334-693-4987 or 334-796-5919


Chevy 1996 Silverado 4x4 , 215K miles, runs like new & looks like new, very well maintained $3600. 334-585-0271. GMC 1995 1500 Vortec V-6, 100K miles, cool AC great condition, $3495. 850-557-2523.


Dodge 1989 Van motor and tires good condition, 1-owner, only 69,800 miles, $2500. call in the afternoon 850-482-4201. Leave Message
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION
Case #: 2013-CA-000461

JPMC Specialty Mortgage LLC f/k/a WM Speciality Mortgage LLC Plaintiff,
-vs.
Virginia D. Braxton a/k/a Virginia D. Sapp; Unknown Spouse of Virginia D. Braxton a/k/a Virginia D. Sapp; Discovery Group USA, Inc. f/k/a Discovery Cleaning, Inc.; United States of America Department of Treasury; Unknown Parties in Possession #1, if living, and all UnknownParties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant(s) who are not known to be dead or alive, whether said Unknown Parties may claim an interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other Claimants; Unknown Parties in Possession #2, If living, and all Unknown Parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant(s) who are not known to be dead or alive, whether said Unknown Parties may claim an interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other Claimants Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to order rescheduling foreclosure sale or Final Judgment, entered in Civil Case No. 2013-CA-000461 of the Circuit Court of the 14th Judicial Circuit in and for Jackson County, Florida, wherein JPMC Specialty Mortgage LLC f/k/a WM Speciality Mortgage LLC, Plaintiff and Virginia D. Braxton a/k/a Virginia D. Sapp are defendant(s), I, Clerk of Court, Dale Rabon Guthrie, will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE FRONT DOOR OF THE JACKSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE, AT 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL STANDARD TIME on July 31, 2014, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOTS 1, 2, 3, AND 4, BLOCK 15, IN E 1/2 OF SW 1/4 OF SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, RANGE 11 WEST, IN THE TOWN OF COTTONDALE, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING BOUNDED ON THE NORTH BY OAK STREET AND ON THE EAST BY MAGNOLIA STREET.

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.

If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at P.O. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 at (850) 747-5338, at least seven (7) days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing impaired, call 711.

/s/ Dale Rabon Guthrie CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Jackson County, Florida

/s/ Tammy Bailey
DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT

Submitted By: ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & GACH, LLP 2424 North Federal Highway, Suite 360 Boca Raton, Florida 33431 (561) 998-6700
(561) 998-6707
LF160128

NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE

The public is hereby notified that the Board of County Commissioners of Jackson County, Florida, intends to hold a public hearing to consider the adoption of a proposed ordinance entitled:

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 10-' 10, WHICH ADOPTED THE JACKSON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, TO PROVIDE FOR THE ADOPTION OF A CERTAIN SMALL SCALE FUTURE LAND USE MAP AMENDMENT TO THE JACKSON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND FOR REPEALER; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

in its Commission meeting room, 2864 Madison Street, in the City of Marianna, Florida, on June 8, 2014, at 9:15 AM Central Time, at which time and place any and all persons desiring to present any matter for or against said proposed ordinance may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance. A copy of the proposed ordinance is available for inspection by the public at the County Administrator's Office, County Administration Building, 2864 Madison Street, Marianna, Florida.

DATED this June 25th, 2014.


BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA By: /s/ Chuck Lockey Hon. Chuck Lockey, Chairman


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MLS# 249902 $65,000.
MARJANNA If you are looking for quiet country mng purchase ths large 4 bedroom unfinshed home and finish with your own din. Greot opportune
MLS# 249768 * 5$4,000.
GRACEVILLE - large
home located in the county. Some features include 4 bedrooms, stone fireplace, p tti, gazebo and there is a 3 room guest house.
MLS# 249764 * $72,500.

Bevely Thomas
Realtor" 850-209-5211


ALTHA - Everything
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7 'home is beautiful and
no expense was spared when built. Home
7Pf features lighted tray ceiling, ceramic tile, plantation blinds in great room, kitchen with stainless steel Kitchen Aide appliances, front load Whirlpool washer and dryer and attached 2 car garage, plus much more. Enlarged driveway and landscaping makes a beautiful setting. Call Bevely, 850-209-5211
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MLS# 248415 REDUCED * $154,900.


Cecil Powell
Realtor* 206-718-9049

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COMPASS LAKE WATERFRONT CABIN - on Beautiful
Compass Lake

MLS# 249852 $101,995.
SILVER LAKE
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Jean Sims Realtor* 850-718-6382


MARIANNA - Good
site for a home or camp site. Aregoximtly a total at 10 oes,
7 acres in woods and 3 areas has been used as dirt pit. MLS# 249812 * REDUCED * $39,900.
GREENWOOD
s Peri t place To build or put a mobile home Property has well, septic system and a 10x14 shed. All located on 10 plus oces.
MLS# 249808 * $35,000.
MARIANNA - Well
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Level 2 Acre lot on paved (ox Rd, has oak and other native trees. Enjoy great fishing on Lake Seminole, less than 10 miles away. Restrirlions include - no Mobile Homes, minimum 1,000 sqft H/C, I horse per acre. Survey could be split into 1 Acre tracts. S$ 5,000 MLS# 249710
















FIXER UPPER in Chipley on paved Street with
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Nice, well maintained, 2BR/2BA site built home in city, near schools, hospital and shopping. Playhouse in back with window air could be office, etc. Metal storage building. Chain link fenced front yard and privacy fencing in back. Ask for Ora. $75,000 MIS #249639


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12 b athhat has been N ko lmaitatined The se ighbohoodi v sery quiet and close to schools and the center ofttownh. HVAC unit is less than 2 yes old and it has City Sewer and water. It is priced tehsell and wort Pevery dollar of the askihg price. Call or an appointment today. MLS 249925


buhiit 2000 square toout hManactured hon J; l s 4 acres oil a pored od - a great place to lOiv LL0iitiniiiNiiriihoJtksuii County clitoi'i[Ilie Alabama State Line, thinsiome is is a perfect spot totthosewintravrelt between Marianna asddDothan. Catl today and let aIS show yottiis beautiful home. Priced to sell.,eowner sons being all otters. MLSO 2 T09?2

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Beautital 3/2 wit h
j large amilp room l Lots athspace handene-is ready. New roof ie 2014. New Heat Puiop t2112, kitchen and both baths renseated approx. 2004, deep lot with11woods an bock (concrete markers can be seen), hocks up to 120+ acre tract with planted pine ,son oneigThsors behind and quiet ones o aroud d!This home wan te o p thu mket lng MlSIC 249608

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and9 fit3 haths, 6 ireplaces and huge rooms. The ceilings ore approx. 12 feet high. It also features a large detached 2 car garage t30x4Ot battarr anconvuniunce there is as attached carport at the front parch. The settee is amry motivated and is spun to oil alters. take uann-foseen this iieo, a o 5 SO-Tn L VI Q249,0141

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iiiiaii Spriogs Subdivision. Landscaped 1.5 acre lot an I tin iaknewith deck, head end street with eice homes. Each ib5rv,ltt tsov ic ''r' walk-irr coeorto ft oroage. 2 Con Garage with pa eor ieosaya Clltoda o 10ecnitis onre It woneeIlastlonog at this price


-enced yard, screened porch, workshop, deck with hot tub and a beautiful pool' Ready for a day at relaxation - enjoy noun large familn rain - plant a garden - lay by the pool - mark in poor workshop. Everything is there and ready or yo u! Dot miss out on this home' It wont last tong Priced to sell at $149900. MLSC 249307

GREAT BUILDING LOT. Quiet and Secluded 20 Acres or 10 acres - tat would make a wor t hondurl me site. Bring horses. Enjoy peaceful nights in the iist at roiig pastuiruard beutiful pine trees on thetack o property hoily 2 mules to wy 231and 4 railes front 1-10. Sivey required for true boundaries.You can buy the Whole parcelor lust half. This s beautifulland on .larria Laer Cl e i i for dtechont N11 '441722

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bo wnw Marianna, eurta block fTom riecears hse or ''cys This bu idmne mirilues 1% Pa -ce t, osicees aeirhere outet
of strue Work shop leace, iurageewarlehnrse space ready
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nterstate 10 and Hwy 77 EXIIT - Puel/Convesience store in excellentvtlcation to capitalize on Highway 77 beach access traffic. 2000 square foot of retail space and two fuel islands are ready for an enterprising operator. Property is in the county where alcohol sales are possible seven days a week. Over 6000 vehicles pass this location verydan renaorted bC FOOT. Only 25 900 MLS# 248836


Greenticid Subdivisian - This n e your property to build yerDREAMHOME an Located Iin a very nice subdivision, close k Ip., jraj ej rass. Underground electric is
area 0 d it oalet atercnd : avaable There are very nice homes already is a'o ' :, thi s goea: tace to buildyours. MLS# 24%055
Tins very nice 3/2 2004 Caoeoier Mobile Came is lhcated very chase to ton and approximately 1/8 mile s from a public boat
-~~ landin at Memttts Mill
Pond Some repairs needed. Properti s very private and the only home on this road. Just walk down the road to Meritts Mill Pond! Priced AS IS which makes it a ae good deal on this home. MLSC 248807

.4 Separate Lots Available in Blue Springs Plantation Subdivision on Blue Springs Highway I Acre Lot on Old U S Hwy north of Hwy 162 $10,000
e 10 Beautiful Acres on River Road near Lake Seminole $40,000
* 10 Acre Tract off Blocker Road $35,000 .5 Acres off Sweat Pond Road $22,000
I Acre Corner lot on paved road in Compass Lake $6,000


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4630 Hwy. 90 - Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891
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Ed McCoy,
Realtor* 850-573-6198 www.emccoyrealty.com emccoy02@yahoo.com
FOUNIN N - Great vocaonor ethone feaures 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and o*lyasrort drive to the beach.

MLS# 249795 * $37,000.
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Scne in h orrrC en dKit c o6.'1 ',ke neo oh ad ol fatnew features. Professinonlly inlaed security doms ad windo bars. Great By

MLS# 249809 * $79,900.
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Excepionlly large y0 m onutoc ured hom e w t
c 'Al approximately2880eSo Ft. tof teing space andis a ery nice
- homne on 29.34ares. Ton much
iO menho call for details. MLS# 249712. $125,006.
- 3 p ,, GREENWOOD
Completely updated, ho01 ? ceiling to Foor, Southern home
wth 3 bedrotms, 3 baths and a test apar tttat has ,1 a ?itchenette and hnioop shower.
MLS# 249714 * PRICE REDUCED $114,500.


Pat Furr, Realtor* 850-209-8071
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Debbie Roney Smith, Realtor* 850-209-8039
debbie.roney@century21.com Voted o
Realtor of the Year 2013
urge home that can obe restored back to the beauty of the late owner. Great deal an this 4/2 with oxer2500 sf li.9ngus.ae on 2.34 cres. Pond, gazebo,
renkom 'wokhop MLS# 24988# 2$44,00 OR BEST OER
EABIED MOBILE HOME PARK. 22 LOTS PLUS 5 EXISTING ROTSi R . .

OMERA WARS & d4 COMMERCIAL DRYERs NCUDES 2 WELLS & 3 SETIC TANKSr99 LON3oACRES. MLSOV 2484818 $13, 000












*I l ESTABLISHED RV PARK.
12 INSTALLED RV SITES. I WELL & 2 SEPTIC TANKS IN PLACE. 1.03 ACRES. THE MOBILE HOME COUD BE USEDD AS THE MANAGERS r*4 OFFICE OR ON SITE VING
MLS# 249887 $110,000
32Er ck ranch close ttoLke Mystic. Nw
-bLennox central H/AC installed reenty.Over neaceshded 61. Deep well an Property but hore is connetha to County Water. Reent interior pint MLS# 249886 $89,900

Brenda Morgan, Realtor 850557-4799
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Huge family
ome in great location in
Grceie This ho e offers
-5BR/38A for a
-frowing family.
_-_ome features
2 ineg areas an n aqireli 2 EC entertaining. Great Price for a lot of square footage S99,900 MIS- 238215


Beeri u podided stoic home

- mmirinna. This 2JC()0+Osqft home been lovingly
-:red and has
3BR/2A end large living r:- 'sli ,c-e large front prch while enjoying the large lie Oaks iing the street 139,000 MIS# 248270
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This beautiful
4 B R/2. 5 BA home has
so much to
offer. There's plenty of room

for a growing family. Home is situated on 3 acres with beautiful farmland all around. S135,000 MLS# 245299

OPER P WT
2 HOMES (0UL0 PROVIDE NCOME FROM RENTA i geoilrhy bea ho
home in dwton trenon oe do r Marian, irid I hs 4BR/3A beauy has plenty of space for your family. Property indudes an inground poet, 2 poios, workshop, and another BR/IA home great for a rental property. S269,900 MLS# 24352


Becuful histori home
in1Greennamd with a
-ard bullof maestic I e r ks.The home i s f9i2 it h
6BR/3 5oA total of 9t repices asree d in parchandupstairshosa largelanding in the middle. Home includesobeautiful original features, plus updates such osrootand electric. umerousbarmoutside ornhe 5.9 acre. S99,000MLSt2463


Nice 3R/2A
-4home located coot to BOaptist College inGraceville. The I.onely backyard
is partially fenced S . v cih a sprinkler
system and a stage uildiog. Owners recently renished the hardwood floors and freshly repainted. 89,900 MS# 248759

T ice move in t ready 3BR/2BA
homein Dogwood Heights. Newly
r n a ataed kithen, and a den in addition to

the livingroom. A deck overlooks the fenced backyard with a 2 car garage with workshop and a shed. $125,000 MLS# 249304

Move in read home wit
2 B R / 2 B A with loft area M e located on
It bea u t i f ul 23.05' acres. 6334 Stonefield Dr Marianna $245,000 MLS# 249346


Patit om e
wh 3R/1.BA .... very cloe to ton Owner is
currently doing m rveiens


stainless steel appliances in the kitchen prior to cldsio. Home sits onc acre with plenty of inside and outside living space. $64,900 MLS# 249722

H cve ERE IS WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN
WAITING FORIl A great affordable
3 B R / 2 B A akhehoose cottage o the mlc water
________________________of Compass Lake that hc plenty of living space foi your family It has a nice private beach area overlooking thie main part of the lake. S265,000 MLS# 249732

tBauifuly remodeled rt5 /38A home an approimately 8.39 Pts Home has
I1118 ron and back por es perfe for crieriining The ingroud pool has a lovely view of the surrounding termtord, and the born tis plenty of storage. (me enjoy this home and land only minutes fromdMarianna.S214,900 MLS# 249740


Property has
previously been operated as
.~ '..cvgas staOn!
convenience store. Gaos tanks have been filled by the
state, but could be replaced. Great location for real operation, convenience store, gas station, or other commercial application. $69,000 MLS# 24969

Nrer built home ieti has open floor
- pione including 4BR/2A. 4h
- - b-droom would be
Sstatemerntm smy rsmen, sr
_ _ _ _ _ _Backyard is fc 2 2. for it y i :r< . '.2.':i a s great location dlaic in sihai, spore peeks, and Du ni ta'rionno. S169,000 dMLS 24973


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5035 Hwy 90 Marianna, 0 FL 32446 B02955
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Cresh Harrison, Broker -850482-1700 @earthlink.net

Stacy Borges,Realtor -573-1990 Sandra Ward

Julie Miles, Realtor 8504934435 Broker Associate
850-573-6849
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HOME INSIDE AND OUT!oI c
4 /3 /2 with almost 2700
S sqft under air! Relax on puspNewomrs
1W - -the wraparound porch. -rstmehogot y
- 7A Large fenced backyardes Fbatf
16x32 gunae poti. inarorco floors on the first floor! The ichenes conaerrips, is large With plenty of coutertop AND cabinet space! Large center -""47 island and breakfast area! There is an air conditioned game room or S3.0 L#294
5th bedroom d half bah over the detached garage. MLS #248338 c to , this /
E M EA3dspt bedroom home s move-n PERFECT COUNTRY HOME! ready! Open floor plan, elevated
Large 3 2 with over 1800 s it on n , . n
2 acres' Relax on the Large Front ondflasudn fom Lamge




tence1emereed workOut culd ae w o ihnwoul
torch witha private setting! Large cool wock flooring and 2 sets
Kitchen with Huge pantry! Newer MS 2I3endPpl0ty of cabinets/storage SEntral a c unit' Some widows C o n s' m





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have been replaced with double I-) 2 $ 15 00 busyv 23MLS#1249794
pane windows! ML s #247550

F LARGE FAMILY HOME LISTED Priced to sell, this /
BELOW MARKET VALUE! 3 Bedroom wood framed home on 2 Bath w ith 1735 S iti OnChipey 1.41 acres, just outside
C uty Limits! Carter lot whi chain link Campbellton, - needs
fence. Home needs Work but could some work but would
be the perfect for you! Ca today for ake a fe at rental or a siarter home This won t last long at this yourpersonaishowing!MLSt#249813 price Price $24,0s 00 MLS# 249796

IN THE POOL. Lovely 3/2 -OCAT.iO Approximatel
home with 2063 9s ft. 'ices on busy Hy 231
Large 1 acre corner lot. -ii Coth ndale. Two large
Beautiful wood Floors in -utype buildings. Ma
Main living areas! Family building has 3-jphan -li trw and ro ui un i m upgraded electric and lip to Room with French Doors overlooking pool area! 80%fencedin.Previouslyusedasainantiquestorebuthasendlesspossibilities
Formal Dining Rm, pus eat in kitchen! Priced to SELL. for us. Priced to sell fast' Pice $69,700 MLS# 249876

WMH ON 5 ACRES Enoy- These 80 acres are







Conedremoeing ti 32htmce - a'" '> Qaiy4212 hm
ntry the p srtect home priced to sell! Property
-vith aprox 1456 sq ft. Relax
on t bck deck overlooking said to have low
themspacius yard or sip your areas but would make
cotee on the front deck a great hunting site' Some of the timber was harvested in Detached 2 c gagarage plus a 2
car carport The yard is tenced 2009. Property is hand-locked Price $60,000 MLS# 249777

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went.MLS 24948 . .... ofential commercial
DWIMH ON 1 ACRE LOT. aprvawit!zThis
3/12 with over 1700 sq nostalgic old home that
ft under air c Very nice either needs a lot of TLC or
Kitchen with a lancesu can be removed for access
to 2 -~r-s ofIpI I ,p.,erty in fihe City of Greenwood. Lots of possibilities! The home needs some Pr d s rbng your best offer! Price $40,000 MLS# 249570
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be the perfect home for w rt 4ri2 1/2doveway





hio 3/ wih amos with. reairculadiea
your family! MVLS 248418 on 2 acres in town!
GRET 42 lTHAL~STRemodeled staircase,
1700 sq FT UNDER AIR! -bath p ase big ede
Beautiful original hard wo d a m naew f r achr b e new ca rpe t tnew se cur ty system 2Hom e




malin Teing ar22 x 11 whausonl ea riseo yersecde ro arofad.bEniyfshing, Family room that can be easily wndowsead o od ea burning replaced B aut ifu l nsae ad convertedtoanotherbedroom ncudesa2x4shopon aconcretefloor Price$249,000MLS#248593
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a newer ton ad unit This WATERFRONT ON
home can be offered as a MERRITS MLL POND!
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9.23acrel Oleeroot Pol an wo't lst lng.Driv bytoda t Prcev59,000 GAihceVLEr iTYod Lagpressures to this
Nice 3/2 with almost 1900 relaxing unique
saftFrontporchtorelaxon. waterfront home with gorgeous views This 3/2 has big window views from each bedroom, new carpet, boat dock, a dock, 2 Hardwood floors throughout. workshops, paved driveway, secluded from main road. Enjoy fishing, rnain lngareas!Lvng boating, diving, swimming, etc. Price $239,000 M1#248162
Appliances stay! Fireplace in
Living Room. Located on 3/4 Ihis 30 acres
acre! MLS #249659 is - conveniently

WASN HEGHTSH! Large lctd t
- 4/3.5 Brick home with over .
2300 sa ft under air located on Marianna and 1-10. Property has been priced to sell 1.23 acres! Below ground Pool and won't last long. Drive by today! Price $59,000 vath nice patio area! Wood MLS# 249405 burning fireplace, Huge Kitchen
with center island! Large
Family room with formal Liing Here is an opportunity to own and Dining! Needs some TLC. 20 acres in Grand Ridge of
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* "~nmDOWNTOWIN LIVING IN
CHATAHOOCHEE. Lovely
4/2 1/2, 2 story home with over 1900 sq ft under air. The master bedroom is on the first floor and all other 3 bedrooms are upstairs. This home sits on a hill or a corner IlO Very private yard. Newer home with allithe extras. MLS #248849

VERY NICE 3/2 BRICK HOME LOCATED I N MEADWIEW ESTATES[ Enjoy the summer days
the wel ancured fenced backyard' Lot A of room for your familyvncg rom.Dining area plus a den with a oas :erepracel Dead end street makes this ocation perfectfor your children to play safelyI MLS #249703

LOOKING FOR THE PERFECT RENTAL?? Here is your chance in Marianna Cottage style home on Fairview Road. 2 a :tth aprox 1044 sq ft located on .48 acre! Screened porch onfrnt to relax in Deck in the r es home needs some w urk but could just be the perfect home! MLS #24958

GREAT FAMILY HOME JUST W AITING FOR YOU! 3/1.5 writh aprox 1229 sq ft located on 1 acre! This home is Pniced to SELL! Large Fenced yard that is safe for children or pets! Wood flooring and open kitchen. MILS #249892

CHIPL~s $GREAT DWMH WITH LOTS OF POTENTIAL 3 B dro0m 2 Bath home w ith 1456 sq ft. Located on 5.71 Acres. Homes needs work but can be the perfect Country home for your familv! Cash Offers Only! MLS #249233 -


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Lovely 3/2 brick/stone home on 3.91 fenced & cross-fenced acres. May great features, ncl.
- vaulted ceilings, masonry
fireplace, oak/tile/carpet floors I are country kitchen, washer/dryer, large screened patio, 2-car garage, 30x50 metal barn/shop, IW2 craft studio, chicken coop, 20x38 covered carport Too much to list! Make an appointment today! PriceW 54,000I MLSl 249582

ighly visible on Hwy 71, 12000+ sq ft metal bldg. with offices, mtg room, Ig display room, parts display counter, tall sign poie out front, ig warehouse space rbackw/roll-up doors, partially fenced, all on 7 acres w/add'I property of up to 140+ acres Property has numerous potential uses Priced at $495 000 MALS 247339

CATTLE FARM' !121 acres, e costly all cleared, pasture land, one large bam with storage buildings, fenced and cross fenced, two fish ponds and a 2 bcurom I bath farm house. This is a working cattle farm Make an appoitment today! Pnced at $450,000 MLS#247991

This 1530' medical office complex is close to the hospital Renovated w/ new metal root Has 5 eam ems, 3 batbs, wailing area, clieck-in area andx Eec Office currently leased month-to-month. Exc. income producer or use for your own business! Price $137,500 MLS# 248189

11 ACRES with a'2-3 BD/1-2 BA home or office building that needs some TLC.
Large outside deck ! Great potential and a must see location in Cottondale! Bring all offers! Price $116,900 MLS# 247834


's13 acres - Hwy 90-f$174,500
* .92 acre - Syvia Drive, Marianna, FL $16,900 - 2.34 acres - Hey 71, Marianna, FL $18,900
9'20 acres - Greenwood, FL 49,500
.4 lots - Mashbrum Rd, Marianna, FL $12,000/ea
- 10 acres - Marianna, FL $30,000


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