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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: June 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028304
Volume ID: VID00025
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACA5476
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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A woman and child from Ft.
Lauderdale died in Campbellton
Friday night in a two-vehicle colli-
sion on State Road 2.
The incident occurred shortly
before 5:30 p.m., near Sills Road,
according to Florida Highway Patrol.
According to highway patrol, a
Mazda occupied by four Ft.
Lauderdale residents was traveling
eastbound on SR2, when the driver'
Torrance Turner, 21, attempted to
make a left turn onto Sills Road.
The Mazda turned left in front of a
westbound Dodge driven by
Christopher J. Lightfoot, 17, of
Leesburg, Ga., according to highway
patrol, and the two vehicles collided.
Lightfoot was treated for minor
injuries at Jackson Hospital.
Both Turner and passenger Latoya
S. Butler, 25 were listed in serious
condition and were treated at Flowers
Hospital, according to the highway
patrol report.
Amie L. Butler, 51, was transport-
ed to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital,
where she was pronounced dead.
A child, Kashonta Butler, of Ft.
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BY DAVID PALMER
FLORIDAN MANAGING EDITOR
Charles Dean "Chuck" Sims,
who served as Marianna's Main
Street program director until
Thursday, was charged with bur-
glary last
week.
The owner
of a rental
mobile home
. reported to the
J ac kson
County
Sheriff s
Department Charles Dean
that he had Sims
don fronted '
Sims inside the dwelling on the
night of June 18. The mobile
home is located at 4234
Shamrock Road, Marianna,
according to information
released by the sheriffs depart-
ment.


who was not identified in a news
release. The owner told the
responding deputy that the
dwelling had been burglarized.
Sims was spotted a short time
after the call by a Marianna
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for the sheriffs' department. He
was booked into the county cor-
rectional facility bn the burglary
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came to an end.
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necessarily stemming from the
incident involving the sheriff's
department."
Dean could not elaborate con-
cernihg Sims on Friday.
Nonetheless, the city manager
has accepted a recoi-ds request
about Sims.
Sims had served as Main
street airector several years.

MMone pharmacy
may pay for
unaccounted.drugs
BY KATE KERN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The U.S. Attorney is seeking
to fine a Malone pharmacy
owner and his pharmacy for 37
violations related to drugs that
went.unaccounted for in a 2007
Drug . Enforcement
Administration investigation.
The complaint filed in the fed-
eral lawsuit names as the. defen-
dant "John R. Yates individually
and doing business as Yates
Pharmacy and Gifts."
According to the complaint,
DEA investigators conducted an
on-site investigation at the store,
located on 10th Street.
The investigation, said the
complaint, led to the following
accountability shortages and
record keeping violations: a
shortage of 787 tablets of 30-
milligram Morphine; 510 tablets'
of 10-milligram Methadone; and
100,000 milligrams of Morphine
powder.
These results and other viola
tions relating to accountability
and record keeping led U.S.
Attorney Gregory Miller and
Assistant U.S. Attorney
Benjamin Beard to "demand
judgement against the defendant
... for each of the 37 violations ...
for -a total of $360,000; a sur-
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POLICE RoUNDUP
MARIANNA POLICE Albert St., Marianna, aggravated
The Marianna Police assault with deadly weapon, bat-
Department listed the following tery, resisting without violence,
incidents for June 20, the latest non-payment of child support.
available report: Two suspicious Sherman White, 52, 4517
vehicle, two burglary alarm, Jackson Rd;, Jacob, non-pay-
one trespassing, one juvenile ment of child support.
report / complaint, two loud Michael Ward, 36, 1564
noise / disturbance, one ani- Highway 73, Marianna, pos-
mal complaint, one dog session of methampheta- *
complaint, one retail theft I mine, possession of drug parapher-
shoplifting, one assisting another nalia.
ag cytfive public service and 10 12 hLindseyMMal neH ol18i, 51
conditional release.
JACKSON COUNTY Kerston LaShay Blackman,
SHERIFF'S OFFICE .. 20, 6A Hancock Ln., Pensacola,
The Jackson County Sheriff's violation of state probation,
Office listed the following inci- Clarissa Ann Howard, 31,.
dents for June 20, the latest avail- 4406 McChapel Rd., Marianna,
able report: Seven abandoned violation of state probation.
vehicle, one alarm, four civil dis- Robert William Drummond,
pute, one CrimeStoppers, one 31, 2324 Dilmore Rd., Cottopdale,
criminal registration, one disabled DWLS/R (two counts), no motor
vehicle, five disturbance, two vehicle registration.
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nile report, two larceny, three loud violation of state probation, pos-
noise I music complaint, two pub- session of marijuana less than 20
lic service, one retail theft / gas grams, possession of drug pard-
skip, one stabbing / cutting, six phernalia.
suspicious incident / person / vehi- Jose Rodriguez-Casteneda,
cle, two threat, four traffic acci- 23, 75 SW 75th St., Gainesville,
dent, four traffic stop, ,two tres- driving without a driver license.
passing, five warrant arrest / pris- Rhonda Drummond, 53, 2785
oner in custody and one 911 hang- Race Ln., Marianna, attempted
up. manufacture of methampheta-
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CO ILITY 1 c ot s lo .firearm
The following persons were Robert Atchison, 53, 4247
booked into the county jail during Culture Rd., Marianna, attempted
the latest reporting periods: manufacture of methampheta-
Charles Sims, 43, 4904 mineunlawfulpossessionoflisted
Magnolia Rd., Marianna, burglary. chemicals, possession of firearm
Christina Batista-Ruiz, 43, while committing a felony.
4760 Watson St., Marianna, retail Ross Jantti, 41, 837 Rattlebox
theft, resisting with violence. Rd., Chipley, attempted manufac-
Johnny Bryant, 45, 4760 ture of methamphetamine, unlaw-
Watson St., Marianna, retail theft. ful possession of listed chemicals,
Leroy Gamble, 70, 509 St. possession of firearm while com-
Anns, Pahokee, DWLS/R (habits emitting a felony. .
al). Arnett James Pittman, 49,
Adrian Washington, 20, 4052 1541 Long St., Marianna,
Old Cottondale Rd., Apt. 101, DWLS/R, expired driver license
Marianna, sentence. more than four months.
Donald Bennett, 39, 6333
Highway 90, Marianna, hold for JAIL POPULAITON: 222
court / hold for DOC.
Charles Snellgrove, 26, 4948 To report a crime, call
Jason Dr., Marianna, violation of CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
conditional release. To report a wildlife violation,
Don Callahan, 37, 2923A call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


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The Jackson County Floridan strives to make ~sure content in the newspaper is accurate and factual. When the Floridan learns that it has
made an error, it is our policy to correct the mistake promptly. To report an error, please call the newsroom at 526-3614 Monday-Friday.


HOW TO GET YOUR NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County Floridan will publish news of general inter-
est free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, editorial@jctioridan.com;.fax, (850) 482-
4478; mail, Editorial Department, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL
32446; or hand delivery, 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna.
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.
PUBLICATION Days
The Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) is published
Tuesday through Friday and Sunday mornings. Periodical
-postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
POSTMASTER
Send address changes to Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box
520 Marianna, FL 32447


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June 23 Monday
The Guardian ad Litem Programs of
Chipley and Marianna are seeking
strong, stable adults to serve as
Volunteer Advocates for abused and
neglected children. Training is free,
volunteer hours minimal. Volunteer
Advocate training in Marianna starts
today. Call 747-5180.
The Parkinson's Support Group
meets from 12 to 1 p.m., in the
Education Classroom, ground floor,
Jackson Hospital. Lunch provided; no
cost to attend. Open to anyone who has
Parkinson's disease and their caregiver.
Chipola College Summer II classes
begin. Also, Late Registration for
Summer Session II is from 8 R.m. to 6
p.m. Call 718-2211. ,
The Southeastern Community
Blood 'Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m., at Chipola Physical Therapy.
Call 526-4403. ,

June 24 -'llnesday
Chipola College Late Registration
for Summer Session II is from 8 a.m. to
noon. Call 718-2211. .
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations from 10 a.m.
to 12 p.m., at the Department of
Revenue in Marianna; and from 1 p.m.
to 3 p.m., at Jackson CI m Malone. Call
526-4403. -
.
June25-Wednesday
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations from 6 a.m.
to 12 p.m., at WestPoint in Chipley.
Call 526-4403. .


June 26 Thursday .
Covenailt Hospice Patient and
Family Support Training is 8 a.m. to 4
p.m., in the upstairs volunteer room,
4440 Lafayette St., Suite C, Marianna.
Topics covered: Covenant Hospice
Volunteer Orientation, Clinical Care
and Comfort, Psycho-social/Spiritual
Care, Grief and Bereavement,
Communication Skills and Volunteer
Documentation. No cost to attend;
lunch will be provided. Register with
Donna Meldon at 482-8520.
The Panhandle Area Health
Network, Inc.'s Community Advisory
Council meets at 11:30 a.m., at the
Pizza Hut near the I--1() exit on
Highway 71 in Marianna. Those inter-
ested in rural health issues in Calhoun,
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty and
Washington counties are welcome.
Lunch is Dutch treat. Call 482-9088.
Jackson County Development
Council, Inc.'s Business Plan
Development II workshop is from 9
a.m. to 1Y:59 a.m., at the Nearmg Court
Office Building, Upstairs Conference
Room, 2840 Jefferson St., Marianna.
This workshop will provide one-on-one
interaction on your business plan that
you began developing in the preceding
workshop. Cost is $15 per person, to be
paidinadvance.Reservationsrequired;
registration closes at 5 p.m., two days
before each class meets. Call Toni or.
Roy at 526-4005.
"' The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations from 12 to 5
p.m., at WestPoint in Chipley. Call 526-
4403. *
The regular meeting of the Jackson
County Library Board will be in the


library at 3 p.m.
Office Hours with Congressman
Allen Boyd's Staff are 9:30 to 11:30
a.m., in the County Commission Board
Room, across the street from the
County Courthouse in Marianna; and
from 1 to 2:30 p.m., in the Graceville
City Hall Commission Room,
Graceville.
Jackson County Senior Citizens,.
2931 Optimist Dr., Mananna, host a
discussion on Understanding High
Blood Pressure, presented by CVS
Pharmacy, at 10:30 a.m. Giveaways,
refreshments and door prizes. Call
Susan at 482-5028 for lunch reserva-
tions. Lunch is served at 11:30 a.m.

June 27 Friday
'* Dale Rabon Guthrie, Jackson
County Clerk of Courts, hosts her
annual Celebration and Appreciation
Cookout, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the
site of the Jackson County Farmers'
Market (parking lot southeast of the .
courthouse) in Marianna. Children
from Golson Elementary will perform
patriotic songs, and area beauty queens
will be on hand to help celebrate the
July Fourth holiday. Hot dogs, chips,
sodas, popcorn, cotton candy and snow
cones will be served all free.
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center, 2503 Commercial Park '
Dr., Marianna, hosts its Grill and Give
Drive from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the cen-
ter. Call 526-4403.
The Jackson County Training
School Class of '68 meets at the gym-
nasium of Marianna Middle School
(formally the Panthers Den) to depart to
Panama City for a dinner cruise aboard
the Lady Anderson.


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E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 520 .
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Street Address: 4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32447
Office Hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. tD 5 p.m.
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and 5 p.m. weekdays, and 7 a.m. and 11a.m. Sunday.
Subscription Rates: Home delivery: one month $9.95; three
months, $29.85; six months $59.70; one year, $119.40. All
prices include applicable state and local taxes. Mail sub-
scriptions are payable in advance. By mail, three months,
$38.70, six months, $77.40, one year, $154.80.


ADVERTISING .
The advertiser agrees that the publishershall 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 advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not knowingly accept or publish
illegal material of any kind. Advertising which expresses
preference based on legally protected personal characteris-
tics is not acceptable. .
LETTERS POLICY
The Jackson County Floridan welcomes the opinions of our
readers on any public issue. AII letters must bear the
writer's signature and be printed or typed with name, full
address and telephone number for verification purposes.
Only the writer's name and city will be published. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit or not publish any letter.


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Donofro Sr.
retires from

planning
and zoning
BY KATE KERN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

A long-time member
of the Marianna Planning
and Zoning Board is
retiring from his position
Monday after 39 yeats
on the board.
Paul Donofro Sr. will
attend his last meeting as
a member of the board
on Monday, June 23, at 4
p.m. at Marianna City
Hall.
\ According to planning
and zoning director Kay
Dennis, Donofro was one
of the charter members
of the board, having
appeared before city
comanssioners to request
that a planning and zon-
ing board be formed. The
date of that meeting was
April 7, 1969.


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Mrs. Rachel E. Holman, 82'
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Wednesday, June 18, 2008, at
her home in Graceville, fol-
lowing an extended illness.
A native of Newtol1, Ala.,
Mrs. Holman had resided in
Graceville for the past 50
years. She was a beloved wife
and mother.
Mrs. Holman was preceded
in death by her parents, Ben
and Ellen Pittman; and one
brother, Winfred.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Charles B. Holman of
Graceville; children, Cindy
Adee and her husband, Don,
of Atlanta, Ga., Keith Holman
and his wife, Holly, of
Bonifay, Donna Holman
Meldon and her husband,
Denms, of Graceville; her
grandchildren Sean Adee and
his wife, Teresa, of Atlanta,
Ga., and Kasie and Hayley
Holman of Graceville; and her
great-grandchildren, Brooke,
Ashley and Carissa Adee of
Atlanta) Ga.
The family received friends
Friday, June 20, from 6 to 8
p.m., at the Williams Funeral
Home in Graceville.
The funeral service will be
at 10 a.m., on Saturday, June
21, at the First Baptist Church
of Graceville, with Dr. Jerry
Windsor officiating. Burial
will follow at the Marvin
Chapel Cemetery.
The family wishes to extend
a special thank-you to the staff
of Covenant Hospice.
Flowers will be accepted, or
in lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Covenant


Hospice, 4440 Lafayette St.,
Marianna, FL, 32446.
Williams Funeral Home of
Graceville is in charge of
arrangements. .

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Wilma D. Jones

Mrs. Wilma Duce Jones, 81,
passed away Thursday, June
19, 2008, at her home in
Chattahoochee, after a lengthy
illness. She was a native of the,
Lovedale community, and had
resided in Chattahoochee for
60-plus years. .
She was a member of the
First Baptist Church in
Chattahoochee, loved travel-
ing and campiilg and greatly
enjoyed her hobby, raising
African violets. Mrs. Jones
retired as Unit Manager
Coordinator with the Florida
State Hospital in
Chattahoochee. She loved her
family and many friends and
will be missed by all.
Visitation and viewing with
the family will take place at
Lanier-Andler Funeral Home
in Sneads, from 4 to 6.p.m.
EDT, Sunday, June 22. .
The funeral service will be
at the First Baptist Church in
Chattahoochee, at 10 a.m.
EDT, Menday, June 23.
Interment will follow at
Sycamore Cemetery,
Hardaway Highway, east of
Chattahoochee.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be sent to Big Bend
Hospice, 1723 Mahan Center
Blvd., Tallahassee, FL, 32308.
Mrs. Jones is survived by
her son, Joseph M. Jones and
wife, Letha, of


be at 3 p.m., Suilday, June 22,
at Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home, with Mr. Kenyan
Gandy officiating.
The ,family will receive
friends from 2 p.m. until time
of service.
Expressions of sympathy
.may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.com.

James & Lipford
Funeral Home
5390 Cotton Street
Grac e,6 3d

Alton V. Windsor

Alton V. "Jack" Windsor,
89, of Cottondale passed away
Saturday, June 21, 2008, at
Jackson Hospital, following a
briefillness.
The funeral service will be
at 2 p.m., Monday, June 23, at
the Graceville Community
Church with the Revs. Dale
Worley and Leonard Still offi-
ciating. Burial will follow in
the Bluff Springs, Baptist
Church Cemetery near
Ashford, Ala., with James &
Lipford Funeral Home in
Graceville directing.
The family will receive
friends at the funeral home
Sunday, from 3 to 5 p.m.
Mr. Windsor, affectionately
known as "Jack," was born in
Houston County, Ala., on July
1, 1918, to the late George W.
and Louetta Brackin Windsor.
A retired builder, Mr. Jack
enjoyed his garden, sharing
his many vegetables with fam-
ily and friends. He was an
active member of the
Graceville Community
Church.
He is survived by his loving
wife, Mary Frances Windsor,
of Cottondale; and several
nieces and nephews.


,by her mother, Mancy Rabon
of Sneads; her husband,
Samuel "Sammy" McAlpin of
Sneaks; three sons, Sammy
John McAlpin and wife,
Laura, Jason McAlpin and
ivife, Charlotte, and their son,
Chayton, and Burt McAlpin,
all of Sneads; one brother,
Eddie Rabon and wife,
Brenda, and their sons, Chris
and Timmy, of Sneads; sister,
Dale Rabon Guthrie; and two
other siblings of Sneads.
.Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home in Sneads is in charge
of arrangements.

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059
www.mariannachapelfh.com .
William Ace McDowell Jr.

Mr. William Ace McDowell
Jr., 75, of Marianna passed
away on Friday, June 20. He
was born in Miller County,
Ga., was a resident of Jackson
County most of his life and
was of the Southern Birptist
faith. Mr. McDowell was a
member of the Masonic Hall
Harmothy Lodge No. 3 and
was a retired truck driver. He
was a devoted family man and
a loving husband, father,
grandfather and great-grandfa-
ther. He enjoyed traveling in
the mountains, fishing and
attending bluegrass, gospel
and country music events with
his family.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, William and
Nancy McDowell Sr.; four
brothers; and three sisters.
Survivors include his loving .
wife of 55 years, Gladys L.
McDowell of Marianna; two
sons, William Ray McDowell
and wife, Brenda, of Marianna


* Chattahoochee; her daughter,
Dena Kay Gray and husband,
Bill, of Coolidge, Ga.; one sis-
ter, Annette Hill of
Chattahoochee; five grand-
children, Jamey Cansada
Gray, Lyndsey Kay Gray and
Rose Mary Gray, all. of
Coolidge, Ga., Cherie Vuong
and husband, Tom of Orlando,
and Kerri Jones of
Chattahoochee; one great-
grandson, Jackson Joseph
Vuong of Orlando; and a very
close friend, Lynne Elizabeth
Withrow of Chattahoochee.
Mrs. Jones was preceded in
death by her husband, Lynn L.
Jones and her son, Jimmey
Jones.
Lanier-Andler Fuileral
Home in Sneads, is in charge
of arrangements.

Lanier-Andler
Funeral Home
8261d FhLway4
0) 593-9900
Barbara Jo McAlpin

Mrs. Barbara Jo McAlpin,
60, a native and lifelong resi-
dent of Sneads, passed away
Friday, June 20, 2008., She
was a member of the Sneads
First Assembly of God Church
and had .retired as Deputy
Clerk, after 33 years with the
Town of Sneads.
Visitation with the family
will be at her home, 7984 Old
Spanish Trail in Sneads, from
4 to 6 p.m., Sunday, June 22.
The funeral service will be
at the Sneads First Assembly
of God Church in Sneads, with
the Rev. Juno Douglas offici-
ating, at 1 p.m., Monday, June
23, with committal services
following at Mill Springs
Cemetery.
Mrs. McAlpin is survived


and Robert Earl McDowell
and wife, Carol of Grand
Ridge, one daughter; Joyce
Elaine Shores and husband,
Quinton "Joe" of Round
Lake; his brother, Roy C.
McDowell and wife, Jeari, of
Marianna; eight grandchil-
dren; nine great-grandchil-
dren; and a host of nieces and
nephews.
The funeral service for Mr
McDowell will be Tuesday,
June 24, at 2 p.m., in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home, with the Rev. Jack
Howell and the Rev. Rhul
Edeafield officiating'
Interment will follow in
Pinecrest Memory Gardens
Cemetery.
The family will be receiving
friends on Monday, June 23,
from 6 to 8 p.m., in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home. .
Asked to serve as pallbear-
ers are Brian McDowell,
Benjamin Shores, Michael
Shores, Joseph McDowell,
Justin McDowell and Willie
Nix. Honorary pallbearers will
be Robby Shores and Mitch
Gotten.
Flowers will be appreciated,
or donations may be made to
Covenant Hospice.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.com.

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059
www.mariannachapelfh.com
William Michael Jones

Mr. William Michael
"Mike" Jones, 49, of
Cottondale passed away
Wednesday, June 18, 2008.
Services for Mr. Jones will


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"It was a wonderful sound. Everyone clapped," said
Lois.
Before the birth, she'd been nervous.
"I didn't know what to expect. I didn't know if every-
one in the room would be sad about his birth or happy. I
just didn't know what to expect."
What she did know was that William had Spina Bifida,
a diagnosis phe had not yet heard until a team of experts
at Stands uncovered it.
Doctors had told the Laytons that William's head was
smaller than normal, and Lois was half-expecting to see a
baby with an unusually tiny head.
"But when he came out, he was absolutely beautiful.
His head was only small by millimeters, and he smiled all
the time" said Lois.
"He was better than fine he was a beautiful baby,"
said his grandmother, Martha Bevis, who has lived with
the Laytoris since William was a baby.
Lois said the information provided by experts at
Stands was "a life saver."
"We went from being totally lost to having a whole
team of experts helping us through," said Lois.
Her biggest feeling of relief came when one of those
doctors called her about William's brain,
"He had called me and said 'I'm looking at something
beautiful.' I asked him what and he said 'I'm looking at
William's brain and it's a beautiful brain.' I just thought
to myself, 'Thank goodness I listened to my heart."
Shaken, not stirred
'When Willi) was four e ta t m ad pbn hay
presents, he turned to me and gave me a big hug and said
'Thank you Mom.' And I asked him 'What, for the pres-
ents?' And he said 'No, just thank you.' That was when I
realized, he knows."
William has been through four shunt revisions to circu-
late fluids around his brain. He's had 14 surgeries and
countless fractures.
"'He doesn't walk on his legs. so the calcium doesit't
lituld in Fus bones enough to keep.1hem from fracturing,"
explained his father Dan.
Weighing in at about 35 pounds, Williamsis on the
small side, but his story is big.
"They said he wouldn't read or write. They said he
couldn't hear," said Lois.
But the Laytons and Bevis felt differently.
"We just kept saying, if he can't hear, than why does he
do certain things?" said Lois.
She said that they've made sure William gets to do
everything his friends can do, including going to the
movies with friends by himself sometimes.
Turns out, his parents' intuition was right from.the
start.
. William is now 14 years old. Despite complications
from Spina Bifida, includmg a 167-degree curvature of
his spineWilliam can read, write and hear just fine.
He recently passed seventh grade 61 regular classes
with mostly As and Bs.
He's done more things than some adults, like going on
a mission trip to Montana with his church, snow skiing
and tubing down a river.
He likes Nickelodeon, and the Disney Channel and
playing video games.
And with a smile that would melt the coldest heart,
William never meets a stranger.
He shared his philosophy for overcoming obstacles:
"You just have to be strong. Do what you can do itbout
it. Be who you are."
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The family requests readers .and churches pray for
William and his family as they make the trip to Texas for
his 15th surgery session. Those interested in sending
William get well cards or notes may send mail to the fol-
lowing address: William Layton, C/O Dan or Lois
Layton, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital, 2222 Welborn St.,
Dallas, Texas, 75219.


BY KATE KERN
FLORIQAN STAFF WRITER -
William Layton really likes James Bond.
"It's his voice. I like his voice. And his gadgets, his
moves ... and, yes, the girls," said Will with a smile.
William knows well the famous Bond saying "Shaken,
not stirred."
He might not realize, however, that he's the living
example of the phrase.
"William has this amazing strength," said his mother
Lois Layton. "He's had 14 surgeries in his -life so far,
countless fractures; but he always has this smile, this
soothing effect, and this determiliatioil that just uplifts
everyone around him."
This weekend, the Laytons Lois, William, dad Dan.
and brother Alex, and grandmother Martha Bevis are
bracing themselves for William's 15th surgery, which
will take place in Texas.
"Our faith, our church and our community has gotten
us through so much," said Lois. "We just ask that every-
one pray for us."
To get a better idea of who the community would be
praying for, the Laytons recently took time off from pack-
ing to share their story.
Optimistically realistic
It was 1993 and Lois Layton was eight months preg-
nant. She and her 15-month-old son Alex were in
Germany, where her husband's Army unit was stationed.
of e rTy,'was pregnant thw II felt s gooddow H
William, I just felt like something wasn't right. The doc-
tor I had in Germany would never tell me if anything was
wrong. So, I told Dan that I felt like a needed to have the
birth in the (United) States."
That December Lois went to a hosliital in Alabama,
where she pushed for an ultrasound, despite being told it
wasn't necessary.
The results weren't good.
"They told me, and I hate to use these ivbrds, that h
was severely deformed. They said he didn't have a brain.
And they suggested that I, at eight months pregnant, ter
minute the pregnancy."
After, word got out about William's condition, the
Laytons were barraged with suggestions.
"People were telling us we should do this or that. It was
a really hard time," said Lois.
Lois decided to go for a second opinion, and contacted
a Marianna doctor. 7
"I asked him if there was any hope for my child," said
Lois.
Thedoctortoldhert'obeoptimisticallyrealistic.
"At that moment, I had this feeling. It was like electric-
ity running ul) my spine," said Lois.
The baby, she and her husband decided, would get his
chance at life.
A beautiful brain
In Stands Hospital at the University of Florida on
March 15, 1994, William Layton was born crying.


William Layton tallks~ about school, his favorite television shows, and how


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Guy turns

Hayley Elizabeth Guy of
Sneads turned 2 yeard old on
May 11,'2008. She celebrated
on May 17, with a-"Hayley's
Red, White & TWO Birthday"
theme at the Sneads 13all Park
Pavilion. Many friends and
family attended and enjoyed
eating pizza, chips, dip and

kesa arranged in the
Hayley and her friends
enjoyed playing on the play-
grounds and with buckets in
the sand. She would like to


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Helen~ and Jimmy Conrad


Conrads' celebrate 50 years

Jimmy and Helen Conrad of Sneads celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary with a dinner given by their
children, Juna, Tim, and Chad Sims of Marianna.
The event was held on June 6, 2008, with the actually
anniversary date being June 8.
There were 25 to 30 family and friends who attended
the occasion.
Also, Jimmy and Helen's children gave them a week-
long paid vacation to the beach.


Bryant Theofilos Orr and Emily Rebecca Boedy


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Emily Rebecca Boedy of
Atlanta, Ga., daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Frederick
Boedy -of Augusta, Ga., mar-
ried Bryant Theofilos Orr of
Atlanta, Ga., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bryant Cameron Orr of
Griffin, Ga.; and Mr. and Mrs.
Brian Parker Ours of
Leesburg, Va., in a 6:30 p.m.
double-ring ceremony
Saturday, April 5, 2008, at The
Foundry at Puritan Mill in
Atlanta, Ga. Father Erwin
Veale of Augusta, Ga. officiat-
ed. *
The bride is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Hamm of Marianna; and the
late Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Boedy of Jacksonville. The
groom is the grandson of Ms.
Anna Theofilos of Sparta,
Greece; and the late Mr. and
Mrs. John Orr of Griffin, Ga..
The bride wore a gown by
Casablanca and was given in
marriage by her father,
Matrons of honor were Erryn
Boedy Gibbons of Atlanta,
Ga., sister of the bride, and
Angela Michelle Douglas of
Augusta, Ga., friend of the
bride. Bridesmaids were Jena
Hamm Jeter of Marianna,
Stephanie Michelle Hamm of
Marianna, and Melissa Grim


of Leesburg, Va.
Flower girls were Ella
Grace Gibbons, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Scott
Gibbons of Atlanta, Ga., and
Alexis Pikrallidas, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Demetrios
Pikrallidas of Clifton, Va.
Ring bearer was Logan
Donald Gibbons, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Matthew Scott
Gibbons of Atlanta, Ga.
Best man was Matthew
Scott Gibbons of Atlanta, Ga.,
friend of the groom.
Groomsmen were Justin
Brown of Marietta, Ga., Jeff
Wilson of Newport Beach,
Calif., Bob Barnett of Atlanta,
Ga., and David Ruppel of
Atlanta, Ga.
The wedding was directed
by Cindy Wallace of
Lakeland.
The wedding reception was
held at The Foundry at Puritan
Mill, immediately following
the ceremony.
Following a honeymoon trip
to Costa Rica, the newlyweds
are residing in Atlanta, Ga.
The bride is a special educa-
tion teacher in Cobb County
School System and thd groom
is a certified public accountant
at Oglethorpe Power in
Atlanta, Ga.


Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Paul
Kelley of Dothan, *Ala., and
Mr. James Michael Heath of
Ozark, Ala., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Lindsey Michelle Heath, to
Tommy Ray Rushing, son of
Ms. Kay Barnes of Nashville,
Tenn.
The bride-elect is the grand-
daughter of Ms. Marie Heath
and the late Mr. James Lynard
Heath, and the late Mr. and
Mrs. Louie Peters, all of
Ozark, Ala.
She is a graduate of Carroll
High School in Ozark, Ala.
She is currently working as a
registered nurse in the Flowers
Hospital Cardiac
Catheterization < Lab and


Emergency Department.
The future bridegroom is
the grandson of Ms. Vivian
Rushing and the late Mr. Jacob
Ray Rushing of Greenwood.
He is a graduate of
Marianna High School. He is
currently working as a
Lieutenant Paramedic with
Jackson County Fire Rescue
and a Flight Paramedic with
Air Heart of Marianna.
- The wedding is planned for
Saturday, July 12, 2008, at the
Ridgecrest Baptist Church in
Dothan, Ala., at 2 p.m. A
reception will follow 'at the
Dothan National Golf Club.
All friends and family are
invited to attend.


Helen and Jlimmy Conrad


Ernmalie and Rolan Bamberg

Bambergs celebrate 50th

Rolan and Emmalie Bamberg of Sneads celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary June 18, 2008 .
They will be honored with a reception June 28, 2008,
from 2 to 4 p.m.
. The event will be held at Shady Grove Pentecostal
Holiness Church in Grand Ridge, Fla.
All friends and relatives are invited to attend.


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Hayley Elizabeth Guy


Michael Christopher Quattlebaum and Jessyka Lindsay


2 years old

thank everyone for making her
second birthday special.
Hayley is the daughter of
Danielle Dickens and Phillip
Guy and the granddaughter of
Mike and Nancy Andler, all of
Sneads, Pat Guy, Joel and Kay
Guy, all of Marianna. She is
the great-granddaughter of
R nsitoll ayoandSn as
Albert and Ottie Karl and
Herman Guy Sr., all of
Mari'anna. .



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Jessyka Lindsay Bagshaw
and Michael Christopher
Quattlebaum, together with
their parents, announce their
joining of marriage.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Sal and Marie
Carullo, and Fred and
Stephanie Bagshaw.
ofT ithr teisMihteh I
and R. Quattlebaum.
The wedding has been set
for Friday, June 27, 2008, at 6
p.m.


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Jessyka is a 2005 graduate
of Mosley High School. She is
currently finishing up her cos-
metology degree at Tom P.
Haney Vocational Technical
Center,
Chris is a 2003 graduate of
Grand Ridge School. He is
currently enrolled m the Fire

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The invitation-only wed-
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Point Marriott, Panama City
Beach.


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Jenna Marie Pippen and Thomas Garrett Lassmann


P First cousins JennaGMrarie
Lassmann of Marianna recent-
ly celebrated their birthdays
together with a First Birthday
Prince and Princess party at
the home of Tommy and Lori
Lassmann.
Jenna turned 1 on May 2,
2008, and Garrett on May 3.
The cousins were born 22
hours apart in Flowers
Hospital in Dothan, Ala. They
both weighed 8 pounds, 9
ounces, and were 21 inches
long.
Jenna is the daughter of
Lawrence and Wendy Pippen
of Marianna. She is the grand-
daughter of Tommy and
Jeanette Lassmann of


Maarianna and Larry and
Great-grandparents are
Marie Lassmann of Alexander
City, Ala., Bessie Alma
Marshall of Vernon and Annie
Ward of Daytona Beach.
Jenna has two older brothers,
Landon, 10, and Wesley, 7.
Garrctt is the son of Tommy
and Lori Lassmann of
Marianna. He is the grandson
of Dave and Patty Waller and
Tommy and Jeanette
Lassmann, all of Marianna.
Great-grandparents are
Katherine Thomason of
Marianna and Marie
Lassmann 'of Alexander City
Ala. Garrett has a 4-year-old
sister, Georgia.


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<: Commonly known as a root canal, becomes neces-
sary when a tooth is infected. A tooth is made up of
three basic parts. The enamel covers the outside or
crown of the tooth. The hardest substance to occur
. in the human body, the enamel protects the tooth
and provides strength for chewing. The layer called
dentin, which is softer than enamel but still quite
hard, lies within the enamel. The center, or core, of
the tooth is made up of a complex, loose connective
tissue called the pulp. Within this connective tissue
core are the blood vessels, lymphatic, and nerves,
which supply nourishment and sensation.to the.
tooth.
When the pulp is damaged or invaded by bacteria, the limited blood supply
coming through the tip of the tooth root does not supply enough white blood
cells to fight the infection and the puly) dies. A dead pulp soon disintegrates
and becomes food for the invading bacteria and the space becomes filled with
suppuration, a polite and scientific way of saying "pus". The waste products
of these bacterial populations are gases and liquids, which cause the pressure
and pain of a toothache.
Endodontics are simply a way to remove the infection and what is left m the
pulp space without removing the entire tooth with it. After opening the tooth
into the pulp space, mechanical instruments, and antibiotic medicaments are
used.to clean the inside of the tooth all the way to the tip of the root and a
filling material, usually gutta perch, is used to seal the canals so that bacteria
caIi not re--enter the tooth.
What caused the pulp to die? In one word, trauma. That trauma can be in
the form of a physical blow to the tooth, but more frequently it is in a form of
aries (or decay) that is allowed to advance near or into the pulp chamber

"Is this going to hurt?" This is another frequently asked question. Most of
the horror stories related to endodontic therapy are hold-overs from a time
when antibiotics were not used as liberally as they are today. With proper
anesthesia and an adequate antibiotic regimen prior to ti-eatment, almost all
root canals can be performed completely without pain.
There was a time when a dental infection involving a tooth invariably
meant the loss of that tooth. With endodontic therapy and the appropriate
restorative procedures to support the tooth thereafter, many times the tooth
can continue to be used and enjoyed for life.



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learn to handle fear, embar--
rassment, shame and anger.
There .are some questions
we prefer not to know the
answers to. It's much easier to
ask questions that we sort of
know the answers to, or at
least have an idea what the
answer should be. I call them
"safe questions." Questions
like; "how's your family
doing" (unless your asking
about a dysfunctional family)?
If you don't want long drawn
.out answers, don't ask a
hypochondriac about his or
her health, and don't ask a
chronic complainer about his
or her job. Even a simple ques-
tion like "how are you doing,"
can lead to an extensive con-'
versation. Some questions are
very personal and should


"The Word" presented to us
through our attendance of var-
ious churches. With so many
denominations and interpreta-
tions, reading "The Word" for
yourself, and following what
you beheve, can be a reward-
ing experience.
We must not keep our chil-
dren or ourselves in stagnate,
puzzling, doubtful and unedu-
cated positions. It's very sim-
ple; if you don't know, under-
stand or feel sure about any-
thing, put your mind at ease by
learning and asking questions.
Thomas Vincent Murphy
is a Jackson County resident
who writes about' matters of
life and entertainment.


never be asked. The better you
know a person, the easier you
should be able to determine
what their reaction might be to
certain types of questions.
Many parents have regretted
not communicating more with
their children, before they are
old enough to make decisions
on their own. I want to remind
you how important it is.to ask
your doctor questions during
your appointments. With so
many new medical discoveries
being made, you may be suf-
fering from an ailment unnec-
essarily, because you weren't
inquisitive enough.
A host of answers can be
found through reading or lis-
tening and viewing different
programs on radio and televi-
sion. Some of us learn from


If you want to know some-
thing you must ask questions.
Sometime early in our chil-
dren's lives we must teach
them to feel comfortable ask-
ing you or their guardian ques-
tions.
In certain family structures
children are told to listen,
obey, and don't ask questions;
don't question the authority of
their parents.
If done in a proper way
anyone.should be able to com-
municate by expressing his or
her feelings. In some instances
not answering your children's
questions could come back to
haunt you. When children are
raised in families- where solid
responses are not given by
those in leadership roles, they
will find ways to resolve their


curiosity.
Shouldn't being in our
homes and around our fami-
lies be the best atmosphere for
asking and answering ques-
tions?
When communication is cut
off, it could lead our children
to become followers. Leaders
become stronger by asking
questions and receiving
answers that can help in their
development.
One of the saddest scenarios
to witness these days is how
easily some people are per-
suaded by others; especially
with our young people and
peer pressure.
In some cases the answers
you receive may not be the
ones you want to hear, but at
least you can remove some of


Thomas Vincent Murphy
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the clutter from your brain,
There are many questions in
our minds that will never be
asked or answered unless we


'7' Javarious Tywain Daniels
. .
Damels is 9
Javarious Tywaid Daniels
I of Greenwood celebrated his
9th birthday on June 20, 2008.
He is the son of Sabrina
Daniels and Samuel McGriff
<- of Greenwood.
Grandparents are Gloria
Highsmith andIda M. Daniels
Kadyn Terrell Brown of Greenwood.
His mother wished him a
happy birthday with love.
Brown celebrates 1st .
Damels to be 12


Branton Rocky Vickery .


.
Vickery is 12
Branton Rocky Vickery cel-
ebrated his 12th birthday on
June 5-7, when his mother,
Glenda Sue- Vickery, treated
Branton and his friend, Brian,
to three days of fun in Dothan,
Ala., including a trip to Fun
Zone, the movie Indiana
Jones, and swimming.
Branton also celebrated
with a second party at the
home of his grandparents,
Rocky and Glenda Vickery,
with his Aunt Becky, .and
friends, Susan and Blaine
Barfield. Branton enjoyed
receiving presents and his
favorite gift these days -
cash.


Kendra Elizabeth Caldwell


Kadyn Terrell Brown of
Marianna celebrated his first
birthday on June 18, 2008.
He is, the son of Sarah
Tomeka Foster of Marianna.
Grandparents are David and
Shirley Godfrey of Marianna.
Great-grandparents are Betty
Foster of Marianna; and the
late Ernest and Lula Godfrey
of Sneads. '
A party was held on
Saturday, June 21, 2008, at 3


p.m.; at his Maw-may and
Paw-paw's house.
On Wednesday, June 18, he
celebrated his birthday at
Water World in Dothan, Ala.,
and enjoyed birthday dinner at
Applebee's.
The birthday theme was
"Winme the Pooh." Guests
enjoyed hamburgers, hot dogs,
chips and cake. Special guests
were Valtina and Kevin
Lawson.


Davon 1VIarquez Daniels of
Greenwood will celebrate his
12th birthday on June 23,
2008
He is the -son of Sabrina
Daniels of Greenwood and
Lewis Phillip of Marianna.
Grandparents are ploria
Highsmith and Jimmy
Highsmith of Greenwood and
Ida M. Daniels of Greenwood.
His mother wishes him a
happy birthday with k)ve.


Cassy Jane Padgett of
Greenwood celebrated her
first birthday on April 19,
2008.
She is the daughter of
Bobby and Brandy Padgett pf
Gr nwdopoatents ard Ernest and
Elizabeth Arntfield of
Greenwood; Peggy Padgett;


and Raymond and Billie Jo
Padgett of Perry, Fla.
A party was held that day at
1 p.m.. at her home in
Greenwood, with many family
and friends.
bir'C sy d1a wonderful u1so
' came to her party," said her
mother.


Basfords

WCICOme a son

B AdoT andackLauraCAme
announce the birth of a son,
Owen Thomas Basford, on
January 23, 2008, at 8:28 a.m.,
at North Florida Regional
Hospital in Gainesville.
po dt>ir ohuenew i dwla6
19% inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Tom and Johanna Farmer of
Marianna.
Paternal grandparents are
tea d dd Pat Basford of


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Caldwell is 7

Kendra Elizabeth
Caldwell of. Greenwood
celebrated her 7th birthday
on April 28, 2008.
She is the daughter of
Walter Caldwell Sr. and
Annette Caldwell of
Greenwood.
Grandparents are Minnie
Thomas of Bascom; Willie
Jennings and.the late Alhe
G. Jennings of Bascom;
Lettie C. White of
Greenwood; and Christine
Caldwell of Greenwood.
A party was held on April
26, 2008, at 1 p.m., at Pizza
Hut. Guests enjoyed pizza
and ate birthday cake. The
party theme was "Barble.


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JAcer*e, 93ards
/ To the numerous fiends,
co-workers, Judges and
Commissioners in Jackson
County, and other counties and
states, and to everyone who
didn't receive a personal thank
you card. We the family of our
beloved Lt. Morris R. Pope wish
to extend to you our sincere
/ .- gratitude and appreciation for
your overwhelming support through your phone calls, numerous
cards, gifts, visits, words of comfort, flowers, food and all other
acts of kindness shown during the time of our devastating loss. He
was a beloved husband, father granddaddy, son, brother, and
friend to us all. We acknowledge your support and the many
expressions shown. Your graciousness and support as a community
family will never be forgotten. To my St. James Church family,.for
the support you have given, "THANK YOU" for your support, and
through the grace-of God I'm slowly but surely moving forward. It
was known by all whose lives he touched along the way that he
was a true officer and a gentleman. The word true, within its
meaning describes some of his character as a good man of God.
He will always be remembered and will live forever in ow hearts.
I believe, surely goodness and mercy shall follow us all the days of
.
our lives for the good things we have done for others. Our famdy
prayer for you is that you will be blessed for all you have done for
the Pope family Thank you for your support.
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the schools recorders,
choral risers, portable sound
systems, drum kits.
For years, the volunteer-
based sn redpro trameon ed

tary school students. Taylor
said Encore volunteers
became advocates for music
programs. With the return of
full-time music teachers, he
wanted to something more to
provide public school music
instructors the support they
need to be successful as well
as an outlet for their talents.
The five elementary school
music teachers and two high
school choral teachers made
up the original singing group.
But Taylor had no sopranos,
so he turned to his choir at
First Baptist. He had four ele-
mentary school teachers who

h tr Morrow bame to

I can carry a tune, an


that's about it," Morrow said.
"I knew it would be a great
idea. Everythmg Terry does
seems to be magical. He has

premusch enthusiasm it just
While she doesn't teach
music, Morrow said she's
already seen the. impact of
music'lessons on her second-
grade students.
"The children are so excited
about it," Morrow said. "They
look forward to it every week.
Anytime they're excited about
somethmg, I get excited.
And Morrow said it's good
for the public to see teachers
doing something they feel
strongly about such as
singing to raise money for
musical equipment.
"I think when the public can
see more thmgs teachers are
omag a chhow xcioedeteach-


know other teachers and
maybe see things from the
music teacher's point of view,"
said member Susan Morrow, a

sEtond-tgradeSt cher atNGdrall
have a common bond. We just
want to reach children and
teach children."
But the group has gone
beyond a source of support
and encouragement. They're
now raising money for the
city's elementary music pro-
grams that were lost several
years ago at the height of edu-
cation budget cuts across the
state.
They've had a couple of
performances a Christmas
concert; a fundraiser for
Southeast Alabama Medical
Center. Next week, they'll per-
form at Landmark Park with

bdg d usl aans r e9
They'll sing the songs of the


PEGGY USSERY
AussEnvoDOTHANEAGLE.COM

When the Dothan City
Schools syste revi d its elet

year, a thought struck Terry
Taylor create a teacher
smging aroup to give these
newly-hi ed music teachers
support and encouragement,
"We wanted to do every-
thing in our power to encour-
age them, support them and be
an advocacy for them," said
Taylor, the minister of music
at First Baptist Church in
Dothan. "That was the motiva-
tion. I thought a singing group
would be a perfect way to do
that." .
Eleven teachers all but
four of them are music or
choral teachers make up
he group eyCh511 thett

8 -
"It's given me a chaotic to


If yOu. go ...
Whitt: Music by Moonlight concert series.
Who: The Moonlighters with The
Sisterhood of the Traveling Music Cart and
ArtSong Vocal Ensemble.
When: Thursday, June 26, Con'cert beginS
7:30
at p.m.
Where: The gazebo at Landmark Park on
U.S. 431 North in Dothan.
. .
Other: Admission is free. AttendeeS
encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets and
a icnic dinner
2 .


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although a big chunk of that

wi h- is dsch oltwoStTec Ic
money that can go to purchase
the new music equipment for


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perhaps to the'fact elementary
music teachers travel between


formance artist" and animal
activist (when we meet her she
is making a protest sign that
reads "French Cuisine Kills
Bunnies").
The characters are almost as
glib and wordy as the Gilmore
Girls, and the series is layered
with clever pop culture refer-
ences.
There are a lot of gags that
are certain to fly over the


heads of some of the ABC
Family viewers.
On the first episode, for
example, there is an Italian
restaurant named Mutande
Grandissimo, which translates
as the "really big underpants."
And the classic "Planet of
the Apes" line, "Get your
hands off me, you dimn dirty
ape!" is worked in. This
episode repeats at 10:30 p.m.


Sunday.
Reaser says it only gets bet-
ter with each episode.
. Wendy will battle some
really nasty fish people and an
exiled alien cult that worships
plastic surgery.
The June 30 episode fea-
tures a showdown with 100
masked Mexican wrestlers.
Oh, yeah, I'll be there for
that.


By WALT BELCHER
MEDIA GENERAL NEws SERVICE

Add "The, Middleman" to
my summer guilty pleasures.
This cheerfully goofy and
intentionally spoof (if I can
use that as a word) sci-fi
action series debuted last
week on ABC Family, a net-
work I almost never watch.
But I'll be there at 8 p.m.
Monday to see sexy slacker
Wendy Watson .and her boss,
the square-jawed and obtuse-
brained Middleman, try to
keep the Terracotta Warrior
from unleashing a hail of fire
upon Earth,
Battling a clay villain that is
based on real ancient statues
from 210 B.C. that were dis-
covered in the tomb of a
Chinese .emperor is a nice
touch even if most viewers
won't know that little bit of
historical trivia. *
"The Middleman" is all silly
fun, like a low-budget "Men m
Black" or a comic version of
"The X-Files." .
But in this case it's "Man
and Woman in Gray." 1


When they are "Saving the
World So You Don't Have To,"
Wendy and The Middleman
wear matching uniforms that
make them look like 195Qs
hotel bellhops.
Newcomer Natalie Morales,
the 20-something actress, not
the 35-year-old NBC news-
caster, stars as Wendy.
She's a geekish-but-cute and
often unemployed artist who
is recruited to fight the forces
of evil by the mysterious
Middleman (Matt Keeslar).
The snarky Wendy was
picked because she is so jaded
that she is never fazed by the
aliens,' weird creatures and
other supernatural beings that
The Middleman deals with on
a daily basis.
The Middleman is a cross
between Dudley Do-Right and
Tommy Lee Jones' by-the-
book character in "Men in
Black."
He works for the O2STK
(the Organization Too Secret
to Know). He blissfully utters
corny phrases such as "dog
dignity" and "goshdarn-dicu-
lous" while blowing awaythe


baddies.
The series is based on some
Viper Comics graphic novels
written by the show's. execti-
tive producer, Javier Grillo- .
Marxuach.
He also has peimed scripts
for "Medium," "Lost," "The
Dead Zone," "Charmed," "The
Pretender" and "SeaQuest
DSV."
Another writer on the series,
Andy Reaser, having written
for "Charmed" and "Wildfire,"
is the story editor.
Reaser says "The
Middleman" isn't like any-
thing else on television,
"It's a multigenre show that
could play on any network,"
he says in a telephone inter-
view.
He says it's not just about
fighting the monster of the
week:
Episodes also will explore
Wendy's personal life.
"She has her feet in two dif-
ferent worlds, and she's trying
to sort things out," he says.
Brit Morgan plays Lacey,
Wendy's roommate, a "con-
frontational spoken-word per-


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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
.
Covenant Hospide has
announced that the Third
Annual Covenant Hospice
Garden Gala will be Saturday,
Sept. 20, at the National
Guard Armory in Marianna.
The annual fundraising
event promises guests a whim-
sical evening of wandering
serene garden paths, admiring
beautiful garden art, listening
to lively entertainment and
dimng on savory cutsme.
The featured garden art for
the 2008 Garden Gala will be
artistically decorated wooden
swings, along with benches
and Adirondack chairs. Guests
will have the opportunity to
bid on these eccentric'pieces
of art during the gala.
Covenant Hospice is now
du u os@up and
the 2008 Garden Gala.
oh eCov ann
life to days, when days can
no longer be added to life."
The group's services are
based oh need, not the ability
to pay.
For .more information on
the benefits of sponsorship
visit http://support.covenan:
thospice.org/gardengala/index


.html. .Sponsorship forms are
available on the site. Call
Development Manager
Jennifer Griffin at 482-8520
or 209-0221, or e-mail her at
Jennifer.griffin@covenan-
thospice.org with additional
questions.
Proceeds from the Covenant
Hospice Garden Gala will


benefit Covenant Hospice's
Marianna branch, which pro-
vides special care to patients
and their loved ones in
Jackson, Holmes, Calhoun
and Washington counties.
GAs a not-for-profit organiza-
tion, Covenant Hospice relies
heavily on fundraising events
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Students in the Golson Elementary School Summer Enrichment Program splash as they
race their way to shore,.during a visit to the Blue Springs Recreation Area Tuesday. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan



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Mike Keeley plays with the Moonlighters during the 2007


FlOrida Toward Inclusion."
The results revealed that there
are selected areas in which
educators feel they need more
instruction and training; how-
ever, statistical analysis dis-
. played that inclusion of spe-
cial education students into
the regular education class-
room has been for the most
part, a positive experience for
all concerned.

Hkrery1isBth use
and sister of Becky Vickery,
all of Blountstown. She is the
granddaughter of the latel
Florete McClellan Branton,
Raymond Branton, Maggie-
Lou Branton and Pansy
Vickery McCormick.
The 1978 graduate of Altha
High School states that even
though it took her 30 years,
she always wanted to be like
Jethro Bodine of the Beverly
Hillbillies and "go all the way
in her education."


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Glenda Sue
Vickery has
received an
Education
Doctorate
degree in -
Curriculum
and Instruction Vickery
with a major in
Public

a eTI
Dr. Thomas Kramer, chair of
the Department of
Professional and Commumty
Leadership bestowed the
honor and performed 'the
hooding ceremony upon the
doctoral graduate during a
May 6 commencement serv-
xce.
Dr. Vickery's research and
dissertation, which has. been
chosen for publication, is enti-
tled "Attitudes of High School
Educators in Jackson County,


SPECIAL TO THE.PLORIDAN

The Baptist College of
Florida Director of Financial
Aid Angela Rathel and
Assistant Director Irene
Smith work to serve students
in the area of financial assis-
tance. The two work as a
team to guide and counsel
students and parents as they
seek financing for the stu-
dent's education.
"Irene Smith is like the
'mom' of the financial aid
office," stated Rathel. "She
takes care of student loans,
answers any questions, and
helps the students find any
and all avenues for financial
. assistance."
There are numerous insti-
tutional scholarships that are
available to current BCF stu-
dents and incoming fresh-
men. Florida Ministerial Aid
is the .most common, with
the majority of the BCF stu-
dent body as recipients.
Qualifications for Florida
Ministerial Aid include
membership at a Florida
Baptist Church for one year
prior to becoming a student
at BCF and maintaining an
acceptable GPA. Ministerial
Aid is $600 per semester,
while a student is enrolled,
as long as they continue to
meet the eligibility require-
ments.
By simply completing the
financial aid packet, students
can find out about other insti-
tutional scholarships that are
available.. Each scholarship .
has different criteria for being
awarded church affilia-
tion, association member-
ship, gender, need, academic,
etc. and are awarded each
year for $500 a semester, for
the Fall and Sprmg semes-
ters.
BCF also accepts financial
assistance from outside the
institution, the most popular
avenue being Free
Application for Federal
Student Aid (FAFSA). By
filling out the FAFSA form,
financial aid staff can deter-
mine whether or not a student
is eligible for federal money,
Pell Grant, work study,
and/or student loans. FAFSA
is especially important to
Florida residents, because a
student may be eligible for
state money as well as feder-
al money.


Learn *about honeybees 'with the Wiregrass Beekeeping
Association, Alabama Cooperative Extension System and
Landmark Park on June 28, at 9 a.m. Contributed photo


HOlicy Extraction Workshop

at Landmark Park June 28

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
On June 28 at 9 a.m., Landmark Park will offer a workshop on
honey extraction, presented by the Wiregrass Beekeepers and
the Alabama Cooperative Extension System.
The workshop is open to the public and free with paid gate
admission. Guests will have a chance to watch as honey from the
eight hives at Landmark Park is extracted and uncapped by
hand. Urban Regional Extension Agent Philip Carter hopes the
workshop will raise awareness of the importance of honeybees.
"We-want to bring more attention to the honeybees and teach
the public to respect what they do," Carter says. "Honeybees are
the only type of bee we can domesticate and use for pollination.
Other bees pollinate, btit they can't be domesticated."
Capping from the honey extraction are used to make soap, lip
balm and lotion. Nothing from the hive is wasted. Carter is hop-
ing to extract 40-50 gallons of honey from Landmark Park's
hives at the workshop. Honey and other products will be on sale
at the park on the day of the workshop.
"You don't know until you get in there how much honey is in
the hive," Carter explains. "It will take most of the day to extract.
The honey has been building up for the past three months."
Admission to the park is $4 for adults and $3 for children ages
3-15, with free admission to park members and children 3 and
under. -
Landmark Park is a 100-acre natural and cultural history
museum and serves as Alabama's Official Museum of
Agriculture. The park is located on U.S. Hwy 431, three miles
north of Dothan's Ross Clark Circle. Contact the park office at
(334) 794-3452.


Baptist College of Florida! Financial Aid! Director Angie Rathel, center, assists students Brittany


Students can apply for
FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov,
and the form can be sent
directly to the BCF Financial
Aid Office.
One of the new grants
available to students is the
Academic Competitiveness
grant. This grant is available
to students who qualify for
Pell Grant and have taken
high honor classes during
high school. All freshman
and sophomore students who
qualify for Pell are eligible
' for this grant and will receive
it if they meet the require-
ments.
Another common scholar-
ship given to Florida students
for academic excellence
achieved throughout high
school is Bright Futures.
While public universities


accept a certain percentage of
tuition to be provided, BCF's
private status allows for a flat
rate of $4,026 for Acadenuc
recipients and $2,626 .for
Medallion recipients. The
total is uncertain for the
upcoming school year, but is
expected to increase.
According to Rathel, the
financial aid office enjoys
students coming to them per-
sonally with questions fibout
scholarships and leftover
money. "So often students
receive false information and
think theie are no additional
scholarships. They'd be sur-
prised to see how money can
be found when they come in
to the office and talk to us,"
Rather said.
BCF Junior Lee Hyatt is a
prime example of a student


who did his scholarship
,research before entering col-
lege. According to
"Scholarships 101," a guide
to raising.financial assistance
for college prepared by
Hyatt, it is extremely impor-
tant for students in high
school to be involved in
clubs, extracurricular activi-
ties, visit online search
engines to look for money,
and talk regularly with the
school guidance counselor to
identify new and innovative
ways to raise money for col-
lege. By taking his own
advice, Hyatt was able to
come to BCF with $40,000 in
financial assistance.
For more information on
financial aid, call the BCF
Financial Aid Office at 800-
328-2660, ext. 470.


LOCAL


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It's a photo finish


Altha H ig h School


Bridge results

briM annaM p ate 0
p scopEl al Church's Parish Hall.
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of Dellwood, and Douglas Parker
of Marianna.
Second place Lois
Stanwaity of Newton, Ala., and
Bill Martin of Donalsonville, Ga.
Thirdplace-LibMcRaeand
Irene Minchew, both of Marianna.


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Willis picking up the 15-4
win over Franklin County.
Willi ll' d the fou
.on six walko ne hit and
error.
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groundout by Morgan Newell
Off Of Grand Ridge starter
Ashlen Wilson. -
Grand Ridge got one back
in the bottom of the first when
Brooke Williams singled and
scored on a Franklin County
error to make it 2-1.
In the top of the second,
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field and scored on a wild
pitch to make it 3-1 Franklin
County.
Shiver struck out the Grand
Ridge side in the second
inning but found herself in a
minor jam ii the third.
Wilson led off the inning
with a single and Cambraige
Chason later reached on an
error to give Grand Ridge
runners on the corners with
two outs.
However, Shiver was able
to induce a groundout by
Kayla Kelly to end the threat.
Shiver cruised through the
next three innings, retiring
nine straight Grand Ridge hit-
ters.
After she gave herself two
more insurance runs at the
plate, Shiver returned to the
circle for the bottom of the
seventh but quickly allowed a
pair of Grand Ridge base run-
ners.
Alex Maphis hit an infield
single, then Beth Sheffield
followed with a single to right
field, though Maphis was
gunned down at third base on
the play.
Shiver struck out Londyn
Chason for the second out,
then got Morgan Gainer to
ground out for the final out of
the game.

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Iviarianna coach

Austin Torbett, who also
walked in the inning, moved to
third base on the play, bringing
Trent Charles to bat with two outs
Torbett as the tying run.
However, a 1-2 pitch to Charles
got by the catcher and Torbett
tried to take home but was thrown
out at the plate to end the game.
It's a difficult way to lose a
game, particularly so when it's a
game that ends your season.
"It's tough," Marianna coach
Steven Charles said Friday. "I
hate it for the kids. (When giving


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BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
In Dixie Ponytail softball
action, it came down to twb
Jackson County teams
Saturday at Optimist Park to.
decide who would face off
against Port St. Joe for the
district championship on
Monday. .
Sneads and Marianna went
. into Saturday's matchup with
identical 1-1 records, both
facing elimination with a loss.
However, Marianna proved
to be too experienced with a
10-0 five-inning win over
Sneads.
Sneads fell Thursday night
to Port St. Joe, 16-5 but
bounced back Friday night to
take a 15-9 elimination victo-
0 ove FmMn C
Marianna advanced to
Saturday's matchup after a
15-4 win over Franklm
CountyThursdaynightbefore
suffering a 3-2 loss to Port St.
Joe on Friday night.
In Saturday's game,
Breanna Willis took the
mound for Marianna and
went two innings, giving up
no runs and one hit while


striking three.
Shaniah "Strawberry"
Spellman came on in relief
for one inning, allowed four
runs on five walks and two hit
batters.
Sheridan Dryden came on
to close out the game in the
fourth inning,.retiring the side
in order with a fly out to
Hannaih Spooner at second
and two strikeouts.
Lindsey Eubanks started on
the mound for Sneads before
giving way to Katlyn
13ohanon for the final three
innings.
Leading Marianna in
offense was Reagan Oliver
who was 2-for-2, followed by
Spellman and Faith Moore
who both picked up a hit.
Sneads recorded no hits in
& gue.
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In Friday night's game,
Reagan Oliver took the 3-2
loss for Marianna, giving up
three runs, one earned, on
three hits and seven walks
with two errors committed
behind her.
Offensively for Marianna,
Jordan Hussey had an inside-
the park home run that scored


Grand ~Ridge's Cambraige. Chason hits


a ball during a


Marianna pthrBenaWli eiesapthi


Tamera Pope, who had taken
advantage of an error at short
to reach first safely.
Going into the final innmg,
Marianna led 2-1.
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Thursday night, it was


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Grand Ridge Belles
All-Stars stayed alive this
weekend at Optmnst Park,
taking two of three games in
the district tournament.
The Belles took an 18-3

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a 5-1 game to Franklin
County Friday night before
bouncing back to beat Port St.
Joe Saturday morning 11-7.
Grand Ridge has a rematch
with Franklin County
Monday at 5:30 p.m., needitig
to win that game and another
against Franklin County
Tuesday to advance to the
state tournament.
Another loss and Grand
Ridge will be eliminated.
Against Chattahoochee,
Grand Ridge jumped out fast
with five runs in the first
inning, then added four more
in the second to take a 9-1
lead.
Grand Ridge scored four
more in the third and five
more in the fourth to take the
easy victory. .
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Things were far more diffi-
cult for the Grand Ridge
offense Friday night, as
Franklin County starting
pitcher Shelby Shiver pitched
a complete game, striking out
nine and allowing just one run
on four hits.
Shiver also contributed a
two-run single in the top of
the seventh to push the lead -
from two to four runs-
Franklin County got offto a
u'k st ushi two ns
inning off of an RBI single by
Chena Segree and an RBI


Pictured are the Panhandle Panthers, who won the Dizzy Dean 12U district title Tuesda in Lynn Haverito advance to
the state tournament June 27 in St. Petersburg. Front row, from left: Trent Moats, Trint Clark, Hunter Johnson, Trent Childs
and Miles Edwards. Back row: Juwan Perkins, coach Bill Moats, Dillon Bennett, Peyton Dickson, coach James faylor,
Hunter Jordan, Caleb Alexander, Josh Taylor, coach Allen Childs and Grant McDonald.- -Contributed.Photo


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out medals to the players after the
game) I had to stop because I
couldn't control my emotions."
Still, it was a fine effort by the
All-Stars, who actually outscored
Chipley in its three meetings in
the tournament and rallied out of
the loser's bracket to advance to
the title round with a 10-0 win
over Paxton Wednesday.
"Any time can come out of
loser's bracket and get to champi-
onship game, it says a lot about
our kids," Charles said. "I thought
we were the best team in the tour-
hament, talent-wise."
Marianna lost its first meeting
of the tournament with Chipley
10-9, in which Chipley rallied
with three runs in the bottom of
.the sixth inning, before its 4-1
win in Thursday's first game.
The All-Stars would have to


climb out of an early hole in the
final game after giving up four
runs in the top of the' first inning
on only one hit.
Marianna rallied back to tie the
game at 5-5 with four runs in the
bottom of the second.
Chipley took the lead again
with two runs but were answered
with two from Marianna to tie the
game 7-7 going into the sixth
inning.
Chipley added two more to take
a 9-7 lead in the top of the sixth,
giving them just enough cushion
for the win.
"It was up and down both
ways," Charles said, "but we gave
them all they could stand."
Hunter Eddins went 2-for-3
with three RBI for Marianna,
while Melzer added two hits and
Daffin had a hit arid an RBI.


The Marianna AAA All-Stars
fell just short reaching their
dream Thursday night in Chipley,
losing a heartbreaker 9-8 in the
district title game to Chipley-
A 4-1 victory over Chipley in
the first game of the day kept
Marianna alive for a .do-or-die
final game with a berth in the
state tournament on the line.
The game was a back-and-forth
affair, with Marianna rallying
from deficits to tie the game twice
before it entered the bottom of the
sixth and final inning trailing 9-7.
Marianna's Garrison Melzer
came up with a one-out walk and
came around to score on an RBI
groundout by Jake Daffin to trim
the deficit to a run.


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Chipola Softball Camps
Chipola Softball Coach
Belinda Hendrix will offer
several camps.
Softball Skills Camps for
ages 5-12 will meet June
25-26, from 9 a.m. to noon.
Cost is $100.
Softball Skills Camps for
ages 13 and up will meet
June 25-26, from 2 p.m. to 5
p.m. Cost is $100.
Softball Night Camp will
meet June 23 from 6 p.m. to
7:30 p.m. Cost is $20 per
night.
Call 718-2358.

Swimming Lessons
Swimming lessons will
be offered for ages four and
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An Adult swimming class
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Infant and .Preschool
Swimming lessons for chit-
dren 3 and under will meet
July 7-10 and July 28-31
with classes available at 10


manager Rance Masseligill
at 718-2473.

CABA World Series
The 2008 CABA 18U
aluminum bat World Series
will be held July 27 through
Aug. 3 at the Cene Park
baseball complex in
Struthers, Ohio.
Teams can register for the
World Series at wwwl-
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youngstownclassb.com
If you need more infor-
mation, contact Ken Quinn
at 330-755-5676.

Sports Briefs
Send all sports items to
editorial@jcfloridan.com,
or fax them to 482-4478.
The mailing address for the
paper is Jackson County
Floridan. P.O. Box 520
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Pictured above are the Sneads AA All-Stars, who have advanced to the June 27 state tour-
nament in Paxton. Front row, from left: Dustin Bohannon, Dylan Driggers, Tanner Williford,
Dashiell Bassett, Michael Weeks and Turner Gainer. Middle row: Jay Nathan Hayes, Luke
Dean, Caleb Peel, Josh Baxley, Jaylen Kenner and Ryder McDaniel. Back row: coach Mike
Peel, manager Donovan Weeks and coach Judy Weeks. Above and right are District
Director Martie Tool, left, and Weeks, far right, with Joshua Baxley and Luke Dean hold-
mg home run balls from the AA tournament. Pictured right are the AA Sneads Pirates
sponsored by Fraternal Order of Police. The Pirates went undefeated in regular season
play. Front row, frorn left: Dylan Driggers, Wyatt Wiggins, Don Dowling, Anthony May
and Tyler Lawrence. Back row: Jay Nathan Hayes, Caleb Stephens, Dustin Bohannon,
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Eubanks picked up the win.
At the plate, Eubanks helped
herself out by going 2-for-2 at
the plate, followed by
Bohanon, who was 1-for-1.
The win pits Marianna
against Port St. Joe on
Monday night with first pitch
slated for 5:30 p.m.


Marianna will eliminate them


Leading Marianna at, the
plate was Caitlyn Carpenter,
who was 2-for-3 with two runs
scored, followed by Willis
who tripled and scored twice.
Faith Moore, Reagan Oliver
and Tamera Pope all had hits
in the game.
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Wilson, who pitched the
final three innings in relief for
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local lakes, rivers

LAKE SEMINOLE Bass can
be very good in the grass at times.
Seek out open pockets in the thicker
.grass beds.
Pockets and openings away from
the edges are best for larger fish, but
pretty good numbers of smaller bass
may be taken from grass beds show-
ing a good steep "wall" or edge.
Try loud buzzbaits and frog or
mouse-type lures early in the day. Go
with Texas-rig worms or lizai-ds in
the same -spots as the day progresses.
Crappies are fair on the deeper
ledges. Drop-fish live minnows and
fish early and late in the day.
Bream have been biting well, even
as- the recent heavy-feeding activity
tails off.
Fish sandy-bottom areas with
crickets for bluegills and fish worms
for shellerackers.
Catfish are fair when sought over
hard bottoms in deep water. Use live
or prepared baits,
Hybrids may take a spoon fished
over humps and sandbars late in the
afternoon.
LAKE EUFAULA Largemouths
are fair on the deep ledges, which is
typical for this time of year.
Despite the daytime heating, the
fish will often bite off and on all day
long.
Use deep' crankbaits, big slow-
rolled spinnerbaits, and Carolina-
rigged soft plastics.
Ledges in 15 to 25 feet of water
with drastic drop-offs are proving to
be the best spots.
For the best results, stay with the
river ledges in the main lake.
A few crappies may be caught on
the deeper flats off the river ledges
using jigging spoons. Crappies may
also be taken at night.
Hybrids are fair late in the day and
at night, particularly on the southern
end of the lake. Cast Rat-L-Traps and
similar crankbaits to schooling fish.
Bream are quite active, but the fish
are generally small.
. Catfish are fair during the day and
good at night.
LAKE ANDREWS/CHATTA-
HOOCHEE RIVER Fishing on
the river is generally slow.
Catfish can be caught in the tailwa-
ters using prepared baits, frozen
shad, or live earthworms. Most-indi-
vidual fish are said to be "pan-size"
at best. Catfishing from the banks at
night is a good option.
Bass fishing might be worth- a. try
early and late in the day.
Some topwater action is reported
up and down the river.
The best largemouth action has
been in spots from the Georgia
Highway 62 bridge north a few miles
past Odom Creek.
You may also wish to throw a
worm or deep crankbait near the
mouths of creeks when the topwater
bite wanes.
Eream are biting fairly well for a
few anglers drifting along steep bluff
walls and drop-fishing crickets.
Mixed stringers of redbreasts and
bluegills have been taken in this
fashion.
A few shellerackers may come to
hand as well if offered large wigglers
orredworms.
(Generation schedules, pool levels,
and other such information for area
waterways may be obtained by call-

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the touch-tone for the Apalachicola
River System.)


The big fish floated belly-up on
the water's surface. Not long dead,
she retained the undulating flexibil-
ity of a creature born to swim.
She seemed to swim, in fact;
weirdly upside down, widespread
tail fin gently waving, propelled by
ripple and current.
The pectorals,
ear-like, still lim-
ber at the joints, '
moved naturally,
unimpeded by
the inevitable
rigor of function-
al shutdown.
Her olive-
green iridescence
had yet to fade
into that dull Bob Kornegay
gray, dead-fish
pallor. Even the eye was still clear.
Only the inverted attitude
revealed the fish's otherwise well-
kept secret.
That, and the immobile, locked-
down gill plate, which no longer
opened and closed to force life-giv-
ing oxygen into the bright red capil-
lary network that once fueled the
heart and powered the blocky-but-
graceful body.
Nearly a dozen years prior, in a
springtime backwater cove, this
life-just-ended began. -
It was a precarious beginning,
jump-started when a mother large-
mouth ("mother" only in the
strictest biological sense) spewed
her gargantuan clutch of miniscule


ova onto the clean sand of a fanned-
out, well-maintained lake-bottom
nest crater.
Sprayed haphazardly with milt
supplied by a comparatively tiny
father, the eggs, most of them,
began burgeoning with embryonic
animation.
"Daddy" bass stayed "home," his
single-parent role in this ages-old
process dictated by an ingrained
nurturing urge he did not, could not,
fathom.
Automatically if not affectionate-
ly, he removed the lifeless, infertile
Spawn arid carefully fanned small-
but-vital currents of oxygen-rich,
cleansing water over and through
the living egg mass.
Now and then he chased away
egg-consuming salamanders, sun-
fishes, and other predators intent
upon indiscriminate feasting and
the subsequent reduction of the nest
to complete barrenness.
The wee eggs quickly hatched
into a teeming "cloud" of fry that
rapidly absorbed each nutrient-
filled yolk sac and swam freely, all
together in synchronized unison.
Protected by blind fortune and the
sheer size of this sibling horde, the
she-bass, that would niore than a
decade hence float lifeless on the
surface of the lake, survived.
But only by the tiniest of margins.
Dozens of times she narrowly
avoided being slain and swallowed
by myriad enemies.
While brothers and sisters passed


through various aquatic digestive
tracts or succumbed to microscopic
parasites that preyed upon the
brood, she somehow avoided
becoming a blip footnote on an
obscure page of natural history.
Instead, she grew. And grew large.
As a yearling in a school of two
or three dozen, she was already a
third larger than her peers.
By her second season, others of
.her year-class prudently avoided
her. By age three, no "lizard,"
. bluegill, or 'cannibalistic kin threat-
ened her.
A lone, solitary prowler, now she
was the threat. By the time five
years passed, she swam where she
pleased, with .almost-swaggering
impunity.
She was not totally devoid of
foes, however.
Otters, alligators, and soaring
ospreys were never distant. Neither
was Man, with his rocket-sled bass
boats, roaring outboards, and those
oli-so-tantalizing plastic-and-metal
thingamajigs that look.and sound so
much like something good to eat.
Miraculously, though, these, too,
were evaded. No tooth or talon
scars ever marred the unbroken
overlay of her scales.
Her fins remained perpetually
intact and symmetrical. No hook-
hole ever appeared in her wide,
intimidating jaw.
The odds of such a life history?
Staggering. *
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time during her 11th year; good
food, good genes, and a long life all
contributing.
Then she died.
John discovered her two weeks
ago, shortly before the scavengers
of Nature's "cleanup crew."
He steered his boat alongside and
plucked her from the water, mar-
veling at her great size and beauty.
A wry smile skewed his lips as the
thought occurred thpt he had never
caught a largemouth bass remotely
approaching these proportions in a
half-century of fishing.
The smile vanished and his brow
wrinkled when he found no obvious
outward or inward cause of her
demise.
"Just up and died, I guess," the
pragmatic angler mused.
The grand "trophy-that-never-
was" now lies buried, slowly
decomposing and nourishing the
vegetables in John's garden.
"Too bad," sigh fellow fishermen
upon hearing the tale.
But, is it? Really?
Think about it. This "lady of the
lake" whose lifeless remains wound
up in Johri Trussell's respectful
hands is the progenitor of hundreds
of her kind, each one bearing her
obviously superior genetic imprint.
Seems to me we'd be foolish to
mourn such a passing. Why not
instead raise a glass to a life well
spent?
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Notice is hereby given to all property owners, taxpayers and citizens of the City of Marianna, Florida
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2008 in the Commission Chambers at City Hall with the following proposals to be considered for
adoption:
1.Whether the Commission should adopt the following ordinance entitled:
ORDINANCE #957 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MARIANNA, FLORIDA ENACTED
PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF FLORIDA STATUTES, SECTION 171.044 PROVIDING
FOR THE ANNEXATION INTO THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF MARIANNA
CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY ETHER PETERSON BOWERS WHICH CONSISTS OF
PROPERTY CONTIGUOUS TO THE EXISITNG CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF -
MARIANNA; PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION OF THE ORDINANCE IN A NEWSPAPER OF
GENERAL CIRCULATION WITHIN THE CITY; PROVIDING FOR THE FILING OF A CERTIFIED
COPY OF THE ORDINANCE AS ADOPTED WITH THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT AND
WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The parcel totaling approximately 0.41 acres is located on the east side of Gilmore Street in
unincorporated Jackson County.
2.Whether the Commission should adopt the following ordinance entitled:
ORDINANCE #958 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MARIANNA, FLORIDA ENACTED
PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF FLORIDA STATUTES, SECTION 171.044 PROVIDING
FOR.THE ANNEXATION INTO THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF MARIANNA
CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY ROSANNE M. PEELER WHICH CONSISTS OF
PROPERTY CONTIGUOUS TO THE EXISITNG CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
MARIANNA; PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION OF THE ORDINANCE IN A NEWSPAPER OF
GENERAL CIRCULATION WITHIN THE CITY; PROVIDING FOR THE FILING OF A CERTIFIED
COPY OF THE ORDINANCE AS ADOPTED WITH THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT AND
WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The parcel totaling approximately 12.5 acres is located on the east side of Jefferson Street in
unincorporated Jackson County.
3.Such other matters as may come before the Commission.
A complete legal description by metes and bounds of both parties, and both ordinances are on file with
the City Clerk and may be obtained or inspected from the office of the City Clerk in City Hall located
at 2898 Green Street, Marianna, Florida during regular business hours. All persons owning land, having
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PLANNING & ZONING BOARD OF ITS INTENT TO CONDUCT
A PUBLIC MEETING TO REVIEW THE*FOLLOWING
APPLICATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS:

- Proposed Ordinance #955 addressing Code Enforcement Citations
- College Pointe Subdivision Proposed 13 unit townhouse subdivision to be located
on the north side of Kelson Avenue approximately 350 feet west of the Jefferson
Street/Kelson Street intersection.

- Sign Ordinance
- Griffin Sand and Concrete Batch Plant Proposed concrete batch plant to be
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2128 sq ft mobile home 4 bedrooms & 2 baths* Lakgiront on
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2960 Chase Way,


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Camp Road
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6665BradleyRd.,
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LOtS in COl11paSS Lake in
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I.45 Acres wooded lot in area CLH
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2933 GREEN ST. HISTORIC, true victorian
home has been authentically restored. Features
of this home include 3 marble fireplaces, 13'
ceilings, heart pine floors.& Mohawk laminated
wood flooring, crown molding throughout, orig-
inal bead-board wainscoting in DR, custom
drapes & plantation shutters. $299,900
















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3069 6'" STREET 4 bedroom home with
split level design near Jackson Hospital
arid Chipola College. Large family room
with fireplace, formal LR and formal DR.
1.2 acre corner lot. $196,500







BANNER RD, MALONE- 3 bedroom doublewide with lots
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5374 limi STREEF MALSNE 2-story older home
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7811 GAIL DRIVE on Lake Seminole!! A won-
defful cabin with massive screen porch. Enjoy
nature and the lake! $110,000







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2679 CHOCTAW TRAIL Indian Springs. POOL!
Spacious brick home on wooded, acre lot. Very
well built and energy efficient! Call us! $289,900






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OLD COTTONDALE RD. 3 bedroom brick home
on 2+acres just East of Penn Ave. Lot begins at
corner of Ed infield Street. $155,000


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highway frontage comes with this commercial
buddin Ap all0U SF Needs comCete re)nov men
Cottondale! $20,000 MLS #08-912


floors and tongue and grove walls. Home located in
town, close to a park and in a nice neighborhood.MLS
07-2541 $131,ooo


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in the area. Home with 3 bedrooms, like new side-by-
side refrigerator/freezer, stove, washer/dryer and new
front porch. All on approximately 1.56 acres.
MLS 08-233 $55,000








BIG PRICE REDUCTION!! Very nice doublewide
mobile home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, extra nice
kitchen, corner fireplace in den, covered front porch
and a one car carport. Great country location.
MLS 08-201 $38,500




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Cute home with 2 bedrooms, new roof and water
heater, large laundry room with cabinets, lots of
kitchen cabinets, newer counter tops and ceiling fans
throughout. MLS O7-2728 $65,ooo








WELL MAINTAINED HOME AND YARD located
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home buyer Call today for more details,
MLS 08-410 $75,000









CLEAN HOME located in quiet subdivision close to
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North Oaks Spacious brick 3/2 home w/garage &
screened orch. Large formal living room and dining
room. Al BRs have walk-in closets. Large master
bedroom has separate entrance, could be mother-n-
Iaw suite. Landscaped I acre lot. #08-541. $175,000


IMMACULATE 4/2 Doublewide on I acre, paved
street. Completely updated. All new appliances, ill
new carpet, all new tile. New paint. New front deck,
new skirting. All like new. 5 minutes from town.
Recent FHA approval. $89,900 MLS #: 08-554


Brick 1700 SF 3/2 home on 4.99 ac in the coun-
try. Fenced for animals. Chain link fencing
around the house. Wet weather ond & I.456
SF old bam on property. Handicap master bath-
08-596 $150,000


BARGAIN! BARGAIN! BARGAIN! Come see this like
new 3/3 DW. Metal roof. New vinyl siding. Split BR
design. Large front & back deck. All on I acre with
beautiful inground pool with new liner and fence.
Ready for entertaining or relaxing! 6 miles from Wal-
Mart. All for $99,900! MLS #: 07-3046


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MARIANNA Near Downtow Ne dates in
this home within past 6 months. 3rd BR being
used as utility room. C/A&H. insulated win-
dows and FP w/ electric logs. Old garage/st0f-
age bldg. #08-598 $69,000


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LIKE NEW 3/2 home on Highway 90. New metal
roof, new vinyl siding, Hardwood floors, gorgeous
yard, beat pump, pecan trees, fig trees, 3 outside build-
ings, partially fenced. Possibly great business loca-
tion. All this for $139,500! MLS #: 08-851
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07-3070 Beautiful 3+ acre lot has oak trees and cleared
for building. Frontage on a pond in SW corner of lot.

Lot s kaecl i soBilverbaackke.r ne
boating, fishing, rental of cottages, campsites & lodge
on McCormick Lake, etc. #2899 ONLY $37,000
Lan Awns. -&.... laratimo' tiggiggsig


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BF UTIFUL 2006 Triplewide 4 bedrooms 4 baths.


BONIFAY-Built in 2007.. this 3/2 home features
split BR design. Wood burning FP in LR. Maple
kitchen cabinets, GE appliances. stacked W&D.
laminate & ceramic tile floors. Lots of upgradeS.
#08-472 $185,000


WATERFRONT! 6.4 ACRES. 300 feet on water!
Beautiful private Springfed Lake in Jackson County!
Deed Restricted! Well & Septic tank, Power. Ready for
you to build your new home! Come swim & fish or just
enioy the view! All for $199,000! MLS #: 08-292


LOCATION! 99 Acres right on Highway 231. High
visibility & High trame count year round. County
sewer & City water available. Excellent development

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