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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>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Volume ID: VID00030
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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A MEDIA GENERAL NEWSPAPER


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WHAT IS ATASER
A Taser is a handheld weapon which trans.
mits electrical pulses throughwires fired
from the weapon, penetrating the skin. The
pulses of electricity affect a person'-- sensor
and motor functions.

Taser had an influence on Cod)r's death. Hughes pre-
viously asked the Alabama Bureau of Investigation
to look into the incident.
"It's important to get the autopsy results and toxi-
cology reports on his blood, urine and litomach con-
tents to help us determine what factors contributed to
his death," Hughes said.
Houston County Deputy Robert Reichert stopped
Cody for a seat belt violation neat a gas station at the
intersection ofU.S. 231 South and Inez Road arouIid
5:20 p.m., according to previous reports.
After Reichert questioned Cody about the possi-
bility of cocaine in the vehicle Cody attempted to
fight the deputy, and Reichert tried to use a Taser on


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Children's activities, pony rides, food
vendors, arts and crafts exhibitors
and "Sky Concert" fireworks display.
When; July 4.
Cost: Free.
Want more details? Visit
http://www.celebratetallahassee.com
Mexico Beach Celebration -
Mexico Beach Independence Day
Celebration "Best Blast on the
Beach" Fireworks Display, 5k
Walk/Run, children's Fishing
Tournament.
When: July 4.
Want more details? Call (888)723-
2546 or email mbedc@mexi-
cobeach.com.

Sopchoppy Celebration -
Sopchoppy Fireworks display and
celebration. City sponsored parade
arid day-long festival including
psirade, canoe race, .food. and enter-
tainment and concluding with "fan-
tastic" fireworks.
When: July 4.
Cost: Free.
Want more details? Call (850)
See JULY, Page 7A >


@ ide to& y's edition, you'll find "Unforgettable: the Jackson County
okidah's annual special publication highlighting the people places and
things from the past that our readers hold dear.
This yem. the reader-contributed material features everything from pic-
(dres of WW II soldiers to vintage post cards.
The following stories and material from Karon Ikleeks are offered here
adart introduction to the insert you'll find when you unfold the paper.
Buill by loving hands
When Karon Meeks was a baby. her father. James Earl Pare, build this
high-chair for her when he was in his early 20s. It has no nails, put togeth-
er instead with doverail joints and other old-world techniques.
I'ler younger sister would use it. too
The chair survived the rigors of their childhood, and many years later
wds used by Meeks' children and grandchildren.
Meeks' father also helped build some of the first structures at Chipola
College.
When-Meeks was a young widow raising two children on her own. she
attended nursing school classes in one of the structures he built.
- He had died by the time she went to school there, and she said "it was
no eerie-feeling" when she arrived for classes the first time. "It was like. I
thought. 'Daddy, I made it. I'm here.
She described her father as a quiet. gentle man who laught her how to
ride a bike. swim, and later, to drive a standard shift car. She was also his
little assistant on projects at home. including the new house he built for
the flimily around the time her little sister was born. '-1 carried nails and
toted other things to him," she recalled.
He often took her camping and fishing, and was a very involved father.
When'she was four, and he was overseas in sernce. he sent her a birthday.
card that she still has. She also has a leuer he sent her while she was in
pursing school
Having the high chair all these years later is a tangible reminder of her a
special connection to him, she said.
A little piece of home
Meeks mother. Melborie Pate Horton. gale her this egg bearer when she
was facing a very difficult time in her adult life. Her young husband. James
See UNFORGETTABLE, Page 7A >


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Cody, Hughes previously released. Only part of the
laser probe struck Cody, and he ran from the vehi-
Hughes said Reichert chased Cody and used the
Taser again after Cody took an aggressive posture
against the deputy, according to a previous Eagle
report. Reichert used the Taser one more time when
Cpdy attempted to hit him while he was being hand-
cuffed, Hughes has said.
Hughes said it appeared Reichert followed all
department policies concerning the proper use of the
Taser during the incident with Cody.
Investigators found an estimated $100 worth of
,cocaine in Cody's vehicle during the arrest. Deputies
also had two warrants for his arrest that were not
served as a result of his death, including felony
unlawful possession of a controlled substance and
misdemeanor resisting arrest. Hughes has said Cody
also has a previous criminal drug history.
, Hughes said he couldn't recall exactly how long
the Hotiston County Sheriff's Office-has been using
the Taser, but said it was at least several years.
"This is the first incident with it Taser that has left
someone with a serious injury or death," Hughes
said.:


BY MATT ELOFSON


DOTHAN, Ala. A 27-year-
old Marianna, man died early
Friday morning more than a week
after a Houston County Sheriffs
deputy used a Taser on him during
an arrest attempt. Nicholas
The deputy used a Taser on Cody
Nicholas Cody after Cody ran away
on June 15 following a traffic stop on U.S. 231
South. Cody apparently failed to comply with the
deputy. After Cody was struck with the Taser for a
third time he appeared to have a seizure, sheriff's
officials previously said. .
Cody was taken to the hospital after the incident;
and sheriffs officials had said he suffered serious
injuries. Cody died during the early morning hours
Friday at the intensive care unit at Southeast .
Alabama Medical Center, Houston County Coroner
Robert Byrd said. An autopsy will be performed at
the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences to
determine the cause of death,
Sheriff Andy Hughes said he didn't believe the


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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A Sneads man died in a single-
vehicle traffic crash Friday mght
on River Road above Sneads.
The victim was identified as
37-year-old Clarence W. Jones.
According to Florida Highway
Patrol reports, Jones was south-
bound around 7:30 p.m. when the
Toyota Camry he was drivmg left
the road. It traveled onto the west
shoulder, advancing approximate-
ly 500 feet before Jones steered
left and crossed the roadway,
See CRASH, Page 7A E


. fOOd and beverage vendors, and fire-
works.
Cost: Frpe.
When: July 4, starting at 4 p.m.,
fireworks at dark.
Where: River Landing Park -
Coming from Jackson County, cross
bridge into Chattahoochee, take right
at Hardees follow River Landing
Road to park.

Cypress Creek Community
Church and Orange Hill Volunteer
Fire Department present a July 4th
Celebration and Fireworks. Show-
Bring a lawn chair and enjoy enter-
tainment by the Cypress Creek Band
and:Singers.
When: Starts at 6 p.m., fireworks
around 8:30 p.m.
Where: The church is 2.5 'miles
west of Alford, just off Highway 276,
at 1772 Macedonia Rd.
Further on
in the Panhandle ...
Celebrate America Tallahassee -
Featuring concert by, National
recording artists Atlanta Rhythm
Section and Georgia Satellites.


July
FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT
Wondering how you'll celebrate
Independence Day this year? Perhaps
this list of events happening from
.next door to the next state over will
help. ,
.Just a stone'S
thfOW SWay ... ,
Panhandle Patriotic Celebration -
Hosted by the. Holmes County
Ministerial Association and various
local businesses, the. event will fea-
tirre free food, "free everything," and
fireworks.
When: Today. Sunday. July 29,
gates ppen all Opm patriatic pro-
gram begins at approllmately 8:20
p.m fireworks at 9 p.m. 'Rain or
shine."
Where: Holmes County
Fairgrounds, 3085 Sandpath Rd.,
Bonifay.
Want more details? Call (850) 547-
2420.
City of Chattahoochee Gigantic
July 4th Fireworks Eitravaganza -
Gospel singing by various groups,


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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.


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est free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, editorial~jcfloridan.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.
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Tuesday thro hM Friday an~d Sunday mornings. Periodical
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POLICE
MARIANNIA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the follow-
ing incidents for June 27, the
latest available report: -
One drunk pedestrian, -
one hit and run incident,
two' reckless drivers, J
one suspicious vehicle, tVC 1~
one mentally ill person,
one burglary, three dis-
turbances, two burglar alarms,
one larceny, one noise: com-
plaint, two animal complaints,
one assist of another agency,
five public, service calls, one
patrol request, one- threat, one
.worthless check, two warrants
served, five traffic stops, one
disabled vehicle, one misde-
ineanot. battery, and one 911
hang-up. .
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE -
The Jackson County Sheriff 's
Office listed the following inci-
dents ,for, June 27, the latest
available report: One~ aban-
doned vehicle, one alarm, one -
assault, one assist of another
agency, two burglaries, two
child abuse complaints, four
civil disputes, one criminal nus-
chief complaint, six distur-
blances two harassotntmc~om
three larceny complaints, ~one
patrol request, one prowler,
three public service calls, one
retail theft, one stolen. vehicle,
six suspicious incidents, three
traffic accidents, six traffic
stops, ,two 'transports, seven
wrarrant arrests, one 911 hang-
up, one lost/stolen `tag, and
three escorts.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONALL FACILITY
The following persons were
booked inlto the county jail dur-
Sing the latest available reporting
periods;
S- Annette Marie Cotton, 46,
;5009 Highway 273,
Campbellton, driving while
hecense suspended/revoked.
William Thompsoli, 49,
1061 :8th Ave'., Gradeville,
aggravated battery with a dead-


ly weapon.
Timothy Vinson, 25, P.O.
box 428, Cottondale, ~failure to
appear (violation of injunction).
.- Jeremy Barkley, 19,
- 2891 New Hope Road,
L Marianna, possession of
---marijuana over 20
ME grams, possession of
marijuana with intent to
Sell, possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Michael Hilliard, 27, 2633
Gardenview Road, Alford, order
of attachment (child support).
Billy Vunkannon, 26, 7725
McKeown Mill Road, Sneads,
battery (domestic violence).
Timothy Vinson, 25, 2859
Jr. Drive, Cottondale, violation
of community control.
Jason Daniels, 25, 2717
Caniehead Road, Campbellton,
violation of county probation..
Troy Jones, 31, 5807
Burkes Drive, Calloway, viola-
tion of state probation.
Jason Hayes, 25, 2668
Mineral Road, Marianna, bur-
glary of an occupied dwelling
with battery
Roger diggers, 55, 21281
NW Apache Road, Fountamn,
dnymig while license suspend-
ed/revoked, hold for Polk Co.

1723 Aig dia t,n lod, de l
ing in stolen property.
-IThomas Kowcun, 42, 2451
Felix ~St., Alford, failure to
appear (possession of a firearm
by a convicted felon), violation
of conditional release, hold for
Calhoun and Washington coun-
ties, hold for DOC.
-- David Berlin, 27, 4935
Carasel Loop, Marianna, bur-
glary of a structure-two counts,
theft, criminal mischief, viola-
tion of state probation.
Eva Thompson, 58, 1984
Jackson Ave., Sneads, disorder-
ly intoxication, resisting arrest
without violence.

JAIL POPULATION:204

To report~ a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation,
call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

July 4 Friday
*The Cypress Creek Community
Church and Orange Hill Volunteer Fire
Department present a July 4th Celebration
and Fireworks Show beginning at 6 p.m.,
with the fireworks at approximately 8:30
p.m. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy enter-
tainment by the Cypress Creek Band and
Singers at 6, 7 and 8 p.m. The church is 2.5
miles west of Alford, just off Highway
276, at 1772 Macedonia Rd.
*Jackson County Trainung School and
Gilmore Academy host their school
reunion July 3-6. Parade is today, at 4 p.m.,
with line-up at Orange and Oak street, fol-
10wed by a Block Festival from 5 to 8 p.m.
Vendors welcome. Call 482-7497 or 526-
.4714.
*Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Friday, 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear church
entrance.

July 5 Saturday
The Annual Cox Family Reunion
starts at 10 a.m., in the Circle Hill Baptist
Church, 7170 Circle Hill Road. Bring food
and drink; paper goods, serving spoon and
ice will be furnished.
*The Jackson County Farmers' Market
is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday, from 6:30 a.m. until all fresh
produce is sold out. This state certified
farmers' market accepts the, FMNP/WIC
and Elder Affairs coupons.
*Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Saturday, 7 to 8 p.m., at the
Round Lake Baptist Church Parsonage
(house beside church), Route 231, south of
Alford.


June 29 Sunday
*The Jackson County Training School
Class of '68 concludes weekend reunion
activities with 'church services at the St.
Luke Baptist Church on Orange Street in
Marianna.

June 30 Monday
*The Northeast Jackson County
Optimist Club will welcome over 20 new
members during an installation banquet at
the Malone City Cafe. ,
*The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at
the First Baptist Church mn Marianna, in
honor of Bobby Turner Conroy. Call 526-
4403.

July 1-'llesday .
*The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations from 10 a.m. to 3' p.m., at
Wal-Mart in Chipley. Call 526-4403.
*St. Anne Thrift Shop's Pre-4th Sale is
July 1 and July 3, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at 4287
Second Ave., Marianna. On sale: Shorts, t-
shirts, ladies' jeans and books for under $1. 1
Call the St. Anne Catholic Church at 482-
3734.
*Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
Meeting each Tuesday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear church
entrance.

July 2 Wednesday ,
*The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection's Office of
Greenways &r Trails will hold a workshop
to receive public comment on the
Recreational Trails Opportunity Maps from
12 to 2 p.m., in the Jackson County .
Agricultural Center, 2741 Pennsylvania


Ave., Suite 3, Conference Room A,
Marianna. Contact Heajler Pence at (850)
245 -2052 or heather.pence @dep. state.fl.us.
*Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Wednesday, noon to 1 p.m.,
at the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear church
entrance.

SJuly 3 Thursday
*The Covenant Hospice Rack O' Ribs
Sale pick-up day is today, at eight loca-
tions throughout Jackson, Calhoun,
Washington and Holmes counties.
Proceeds will benefit Covenant Hospice's
Maridnna branch. One rack for $20; two
racks for $30. Place orders with Jennifer
Griffin 482-8520, 209-0221 or
Jennifer. griffin @covenanthospice.org.
*Grieving Parents Support Group meets
the first Thursday of each month, at 7 p.m.,
in the Eastside Baptist Church Fellowship
Hall. Anyone experiencing grief due to the
loss of a child, regardless of the age of the
child, is welcome. Refreshments provided.
Call 526-5618 or 573-0535.
Jackson County Training School and
Gilmore Academy 'host their school
reunion July 3-6. Parade is July 4, at 4
p.m., with line-up at Orange and Oak
street, followed by a Block Festival from 5
to 8 p.m. Vendors welcome. Call 482-7497
or 526-4714. .
*St. Anne Thrift Shop's Pre-4~th Sale is
July 1 and July 3, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at 4287
Second Ave., Marianna. On sale: Shorts, t-
shirts, ladies' jeans and books for under
$1. Call the St. Anne Catholic Church at
482-3734.
*Alcoholics Anonymous meets each
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Use rear church entrance. Attendance is


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given to all property owners, taxpayers and citizens of the City of Marianna,
Florida that the Marianna City Commission will meet' in public session at 6:00 p.m. on
Wednesday, July 9, 2008 in the Commission Chambers at City Hall with the following
proposals to be considered:

1. Whether the Commission should adopt the following ordinances entitled;

ORDINANCE #955 ANJ ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MARIANNA, FLORIDA
AMENDING CHAPTER 22 OF THE CITY OF MARIANNA CODE DEALING WITH
ENVIRONMENT; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

ORDINANCE NO. #956 -- AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MARIANNA,
FLORIDA AMENDING CHAPTER 10 OF THE CITY OF MARIANNA CODE DEALING
WITH THE REGULATION OF ANIMALS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

2. Such other matters as may come before the Commission.

iThe ordinance is on file 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 an interest in the above proposed ordinance, or being other-
wise affected are invited to attend and be heard.

Kim Gainer
City Clerk



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given to all property owners, taxpayers and citizens of the City of Marianna, Florida
that the Marianna City Commission will meet in public session at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 9,
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 #f957 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MIARIANNA, FLORIDA ENAC ED
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 FORAN
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 QF 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 aire 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
an interest in the above proposed ordinances, or being otherwise affected are invited to attend and be
heard.

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Emmie Ruth Powell

Emmie Ruth Powell 77, of
Dellwood died Thursday, June
26, 2008, at Jackson Hospital
in Marianna. She was a native
of Barbour County, Ala., and .
lived in Jackson County sinbe
1989, where she was a home-
maker and a- member of the
Welcome Assembly of God
Church.
She was preceded in death
by her so~n, Gerald Corlee
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band, Lonzo: Potwell of
Dellwood: daughters. Nor-ma
Morrison of Dlawson, Ga.. and
Helen Robets of: Micluga~n; ~
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southeasterly direction before striking a tree.
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~ejected out of the p~assenger~door onto the road, according to
reports.
The car came to rest on the east shoulder of the road.
Jones was taken -by helicopter to~ Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital, where he was pronounced dead around 9:15 p.m.
The accident occurred about four miles north of ,Sneads.
Sneads City Manager Edf Kilpatrick said staff members at city
hall are in mourning over the loss; Jones was the son of long-
time city employee Robert Cruse.
Cruse, a heavy-equipment operator, with the city for roughly*
28 years,- retired just a few months ag'o.
Kilpatrick said city employees will~be sending their formal:
condolences, and are in the meantime standing ready to support
Cruse in any wHay possible. Kilpatrick sarid Jones was there for.
his father's retirement party.
"He was a super-nice guy," Kilpatrick said. "He was real per-
sonable and' always had a big smile on his face. This loss, for us,
is like losing a member of the family because his father was one
of our own. It's a real tragedy that we're all feeling right now,
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capture by the Soviet Army
when they entered the war on
.the axis side in September of
1939. He was a prisozier of
war for 23 months, until he
was repatriated in late 1941,
and settred with the Free
Polish' Forces, under .the
British Eighth. Army. He
served gallantly during the
Italian .Campaign arid was
wounded twice: ih:i coinbat and
.decorated for valor by the
British. Army for his actions
during the Battl~e of Monte
Cassino.
Unable to return to Poland
after the war ended, he worked
in several -countri~es as an elec-
triciall and became fluent in
several languages.- He immi-
grated to the United States in
:1960, and resided in Chicago,
Ill., where he was employed
by the Brunswick Corporation
for~ 20 years. Upon: retirement
from that job he moved to
Marianna, where he was
employed at Jackson Hospital
for several years with the
.housekeeping department.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Marion and
Marianna Sznura; a brother;
and a granddaughter, Mary D.
Sznura.
Survivors include his wife,
Cecylia Sznura of Warner:
Robbins, Ga.; three sons,
Joseph Bielawski of St.
Augustine, Stanley Bielawski
of Warner Robbins, Georgia,
and Thomas Sznurri and wife,
Michelle of Vernon; one
daughter, Sabina Bielawski of
North .Field, Ill.; and eight
grandchildren.
Funeral mass will be recited
at 10 a.m., Wednesday,,July 2,
at the St. Anne's Catholic
Church. Interment will follow
at Pinecrest Memorial
Gardens, with James & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.,
Tuesday, July 1, at Maddox
Chapel.


Amos Meeks, had died, and she was left
to raise her children on her own. He had.
encouraged her to go. to nursing school.
To make a decent living for the children,
she decided to go to ahead and fulfill that
wish by attending nursing school at


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Having the egg beater- she and her
mother had usedl as she was growing up
helped calm her fears and give her a bit of
comfort in those difficult days. She
worked with it many times in the kitchen


of her apartment as she was preparing
meals for her children. They're all grown
up now with kids of their own, and the
utensil now usually hangs in a place of
honor in her home. "Every once in a
while I take it down in use it," she said.


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Michael Eubanks and Nicolas Eubank work on their deserts
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annual Celebration and Appreciation Cookout Friday.


Rochelle Bowman helps Kelli Bowman with her hotdog at
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Elaine IjcRane fixes up her hotdogs at Dale Rabon Guthrie,
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or any of the other wonderful cats and dogs at the shel- please call us. Our shelter hours are Monday through
ter, stop by 4011 Maintenance Dr., in Marianna or call Fi-iday, 10 a.m. to 3 p~m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2
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obedience training, with more advanced classes avail-
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who is a state certified trainer of dogs and is an AKC
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Jennie B. Watford


Mermaid Amy swims with a double image of her daughter
Jayden. Media General News Service


Mo~~dMl in S 10 .


are a bit 'finnish'


Jennie B. Waitford, celebrat- Jean.
ed her 91st birthday on Sine

Adbnu al0 guels were in sag
attendance to honor her, way te
including her nine children, in the
many grandchildren, other evenil
famiily members and. many time."
friends. Foil
Watford arrived in a white Godcl
limousine, driven by Odell Ernesl
'McKinnie. a rose
As she entered the decorat- The
ed. banquet hall, she and her ter, L~
court were greeted at the door ongmi
by Tanehia .Godwmn, her ing h
granddaughter, and Letitia Sophi
Myrick, her God-granddaugh- Reyne
ter. Jos~
She was seated by some of "Pisto
the hosts, The Myrick "Stor)
Brothers: Little Eddie, : He
Demica, ~Tyre and Aeneas. touch
The -program b~egain- with grand
prayer by her son-in-law,' them
James Reynolds. Following mothe
prayer, her children took their young
t"Gain giigie~iim d se, alH
and appreciation.. also s
That ceremony began with On In
the .oldest son, Walter, fol- The
lowed by Cubie, Joseph Sr., sary th
(gralidson, Joseph Jr. instead), by the
Emma, Mattle, Charhie Jr., .he's n
Lester, Annie Bell .&nd Betty


.Wiilhiams. welcome

a daughter

Dusty and Cindy Williamns
of Man anna announce the
birth of a daughter, Chloe
Reene Withiams, on June~ 2,
.2008, at 1:36 p.m., at Jackson
Hospital mn Manianna.
SAt birth, she weighed seven
pounds, 11 ounces, and was
20V/2 inches mn length. -
Maternal grandparents are
Parsha Davis 'Byrd of =
Gi-eenwood and -K~lark and .Cle
Lisa Koharik of Clarksville,
Te~nn. Colle
Paternal grandparents are thela
Robert and Elamne Williams of .Wli
Dellwood, and Keith and Hry
Darise Smith of Alford. and



Martmn.turned 1

Toshiua Blaine Martin of
Sneads celebrated his first
birthday onl June 12, 2008.
He is the son of J.D. Martin
and Carrie Alday of Sneads.
Joshua is little brother to
Blake.
Grandparents are Michele
Perkins of Bascom, and David
Alday of Cypress; and the late.
Lisa Hilton of Sneads, and
.Roger Mattin of Illinois. Joshu;


Oakford turned 1

Macy Alane Oakford of
Marianna celebrated her first
birthday on May 16, 2008.
She is the daughter of
Crystal and Michael Oakfoid
and sister to Alexander and.
Mitchell, all of Marianna.
Grandparents are Amrie and
.Ron Schenck of Marianna;
and the late Patricia and
Francis T. Oakford of Warren,
Mich.
A party was held at her
honie with her family. Her IMacy r
Grandpa made her birthday
cake with a giant "Number Ever
One"' on it. Happy


L. Chris White and Terri Renee Barnes


Barnes,-White engaged


ce 'fishing' is her favorite
reohnrdasghter "dhtt'r
o her mother... "Fishmng
morning, fishing in the'
ng, fishing at supper-

lowing her children,
children Eva Walker and
t Jett each presented her

:n the great-granddaugh-
aPorsha Godwin read an
al poem while present-
:er a rose, -along with
a Watford and Carmeron
olds.
eph Jr., known to all as
l,": was chosen to be the
tellerr.
wept briefly as he told a
ing true story of how his
mother was there for
after the death of their
:r, when they were very

ah endsmand ne gh ors
;hared the song, "Come .
My ~Room.
:n the honoree stood to
rat... "I'm still here, kept
e mercy of God. I gess
ot ready for me yet."


Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C.
Barnes of Marianna, Fla.,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Terri Renge
Barnes to L. Chris White,
son of Mr. and -Mrs. Leroy
White of Houston, Texas.
The bride and groom both
attended the University of
Missouri-Rolla for
Engineering Management
and Chemical Engineening,
respectively. :
The bride completed her
Bachelor of Science~ Degree
in May 2007 with a minor in
Industrial Psychology,, while
the groom completed his
Bachelor of Science Degree


in May 2003 and Master's in
Engineering Management in
May 2004.
The couple currently
resides in Little Rock, Ark.,
both employed at 3M
Company.
Minister .Robert E.
Rouhlac the bride's first
cousin, of Augusta, Ga., will
perform the ceremony.
The wedding will be held
July 5, 2008. at Airport
Church of Christ in Little
Rock. :
Please wish the bride and
groom much success and
happiness as they enter mnto
holy matrimony. .


BY LINNEA BROWN
MEDIA GENERAL NEws SERVICE

WEEK WVACHEE The
calendar models vamp for the
camera. Flashing bright
smiles, their shoulders thrown
back and their hair floating
provocatively about them,
they swish and flex what will
sell the calendar: their elegant,
flowing fish tails
. Tbe models are the mer-
maids of Weeki Wachee
Springs. Weeki Wachee .has
been knowvn for 60 years for
its underwater theater where
tourists behind glass watch
'mermaids cavort, but this is
the first time the park has put
out a -mermaid-themed calen-

d liotographer Andrew
Brusso whose pictures of
celebrities and musicans
oftenr grace the pages .of
Rolling Stone, Newsweek -
donated his time for the limit-
ed-edition,' 16-month calendar.
The calendar is designed to
be family-friendly and glam-
orouS, reminiscent of the
park's heyday as an "jold
Florida" tourist attraction.
Bruno spent three days -in
October taking pictures in the
underwater theater.
"I wanted to~ play off the
early 'kitsch' days, so I asked
'the girls to think of (props),"
he said.
The calendar's photographs
have themes and a different
mermaid for each month;. For
example, for the April photo-
graph the mermaid wears
bunny ears for Easter, for July
the rriermaidi poses ivith a
flowing American flag for
July 4, and for October a mer-
maid in a black fish tail rides
sidesaddle on a broomstick.
Despite somewhat stormy
weather, Brusso said the photo
shot went off without a hitch,
particularly because the the-
ater's underwater microphone
and speaker system allowed
him to direct the performers
throughout the process. .
"That's the beauty of having
the underwater theater," he
said. "I was able to stay dry


and the mermaids were able to
get wet. It was a blast."
.Manatees also showed up,
providing an additional "old
Florida" touch to several -of
the photographs.
Athanason said he's happy
with final result.
"It's not just a 'mermaid and
a tail' and that's it," he said.
"These pictures really are
reminders of what WNeeki
Wachee's mermaids have beeh
known for, such as) the
underwater tea shows they
used to do back in the day."
There were only 2,700 cal_
endars printed, and there will
be no reprints, he said.
The calendars are currently
avaiilable online for a special
pre-sale plricenof'$l4.9. t he

gift shop July 1 for $19.95.
A foriner Floridian who
grew up in the Bradenton area,
Brusso, 43, recalls visiting the
park as a.child and.watching
the mermaid show in awe.
After hearing *about the
attraction's struggles to remain
open in recent years, Brusso
approached marketing and
public relations director John
Athanason ~about shooting
photographs for a calendar.
However, it never seemed
financially feasible for park
officials until last fall, when
Brusso volunteered to donate
his services during~ the park's
"Save Our Tails" campaign
and 60th reunion ;celebration,
Athanason said. Brusso also
recruited. vendors .to donate
equipment for the photo shoot.
SBrusso' said that because his
girlfriend is a New yYork per-
foirmance artist who goes by
"Bambi the Mermaid," he felt
an extra thrill at a local awards
ceremony where he received a
certificate dubbing him an
offielal W~ieeki Wachee mer-
man.
"I was like, 'Who's the real
mermaid now?"'"
Reporter Linnea Brown can
.be reached at 352-544-5289 or
brown @hernandote~~day.com.
For more information, go to
www.welkiwachee.com or
call the park at 352-596-2062.


Living in a competitive society


It's amazing how competi-
tion affects our world today.
The act of people and
.organizations competing
against each other has taken
place throughout history.
The statement 'has been
~made that "competition is
healthyy, but I feel that's not
always true. :
Wheri you grow uplin a fam-
ily of nine with six boys that
love to ~compete in sports,
music and, anything else we
could come up with, you get
an early first hand view of
competition. .
The most surprising look of
competition that I experienced
as an adult took place as a
Federal Government emplpy-
ee. I
In my opinion, the lifestyle
of a Federal Governmnent
employee in Washington D.C.
consisted of; who dressed the
best .on a daily basis; that
could buy or drive the sharpest
car, and who could get' pro-
moted the quickest. .
"How well do you impress
Others," should have been a
question included with the job
description.
Corporations across~ our
country compete for our busi-
ness, as they think of: ways to
encourage. us to spend our
money. If McDonalds, Burger
Kings, Hardies and some of
the other fast food chains
make hamburgers any larger,
-we won't have room' to eat
fries.
In fact, some of the major
corporations have contributed
to our becoming' a more over-
weight country, because -of
their competitive nature.
They, (corporations) .make
sure delicious commercials
consistently surround us in
one way or another. I have
.always enjoyed competition,
especially mn sport activities,
Even though we would
compete extremely hard grow-
irg~ up, we also had a lot of
fun.
Lately competition among
our young people has taken a
bad turn. The fun and excite-
ment of Little League baseball
and football has been spoiled
in situations across our coun-
try, by the terrible behavior of
the observing adults.
While the children have
been playing their hearts out,
parents have been involved in


serious fights leading to
injuries.
What kind of image are we
giving our children?
SSports competition is one of
Sthe biggest means of entertain-
ment in the
world. How
well you
compete as an
amateur ath-
lete in the
world of
sports can
d et-er mi~n e
how wealthy
you become
as -a profes- Thomas
sional athlete. Vincent
B .e fo re Murphy
reaching the
professional
ianks, athletes are scouted for
their value. '
How well can you compete
in the -prdfessional ianks?
How much money will you be
able to make for a team or
organization? Competition
and money go hand in hand.
SThe greatest athletes usually
sign the inost lucrative con
tracts. -
The popularity of' the
"American ,Idol" television
Program shows hotly wie love
watching the tenseness and
intrigue surrounding competi-
tion. in the .entertainment
industry.
Many of their (American
Idol) viewers experience emo_
tions from excitement to dis-
appointment, 'depending .on
who they're rooting for.
There is one type of compe-
tition that 'has. built- fear
throughout the world. That
competition is based ~on what
country can build the biggest,
strongest and most powerful
weapons of mass destruction.
Has competition gotten out
of hand? Are we heading
toward destruction? What will
happen next?
I guess these types of ques-
tions are the reason many of us
choose. to rely, on and have
faith in:a future that's believed
to be literally "out of :this
world"'.
Thank ~goodness we lte
the option of believing in God.
He is considered by most of
us to be clouds above the citi-
zens of this world, and in a
class of His own when it
comes to competition.


Reene' Williams'

:n Johnson of Marianna,
:e D.H. Johnson, Mannie
mis of Marianna, th~e late
E. Williams, and Mr.
Mlrs. Kenneth Davis of
wood.


a Blaine Martin


Lane Oakford

ryolie wished Macy a
First Birthday.


The Weeki Wabcheen Mermaids pose. for a group shot. _
Medid General News Service


T.


Wratford celebrates 91lst


with friends, family


Jackson County Life policy


Birthdays photographs with copy are free for children 12 years old and under and adults 90 years old and above. There are no exceptions.
All other birthdays, including those signifying special birthday~s such as40Oth or 50th ,must run as pai'd advertisements. ;. .
W'e~ddings $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per wedding.
Engagements $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an additionall 150 words. One photo is allowed per engagement.
S Anniversaries -- Free for the 50th, 75th and any anniversaries above 75. Anniversaries in this category may include up to two photos an early years of marriage photo and a pres-
i ent-day picture. Anniversaries that do :hot meet the requirments for free placement cost $35 for the first 250 words and may include one pjhoto. A second photo will cost an additional
$20. Also, a charge of $20 will be added for each additional 150 words.
Deadlifle for Sund~ay is Wednesday at noon. -Send submissions to editorial~jcfloridan.com, or mail them to P.O. Bok5.20, Mariannia, FL, 3244t7. The Jacksonl County Floridan reserves
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M\ED)IA GENERAL NEw\s SERVICE

TAMPA It can't replace
Novocain for a root canal, but
dental office decor designed
for maximum soothing can be
a powerful tranquilizer.
Imagine an office that looks
more like Old World Tuscany
than Tampa. The only smell in
the air is that of coffee brew-
ing. The walls seem to be built
of ancient ocher blocks.
In the restroom, a bird soars
through a faux sky overhead.
From The Chair, the view is of
the dentist's garden the real
thing just out of reach. His
Agapanthus are (finally) in
full glorious bloom, and squir-
rels are bickering over nuts.
Anesthetics and aesthetics
- they even sound as though
they work together.
This is where Dairid
Doering practices sedation
dentistry, a specialty that aims
to make the most drill-phobic
patients comfortable before
and during their visit. So in
2005, when he bought the
building where he has worked
for more than 20 years, the
remodeling goal was to make
it utterly serene. .
Ah,w srenit .n Tra luillit .
side our front doors, couldn't
we all use some sedative
domesticity? Turning our
homes into peaceful refuges
won't fix the economy, end the
war or avert natural disaster,
but it can affect how wre per-
ceive and react to our worries
and fears.
"It calms me," patient Jackie
Smith says of Doering's other-
worldly decor. "It prepares
me "
Annette Namath used to put
off treatment.
"I'm mortified of the den-
tist," she says. "But it's beauti-
ful here. The surroundings are
very calming."
Doering, a pretty relaxed
guy himself, is in charge of the
garden, which wraps around
most of the building so that


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CVery treatment room has a
nearly flOor-to-ceiling view.
"I have to give credit to the
dentist who built the building"
in 1969, he says. "He had a
great idea."
Originally, the office had
sliding-glass doors through
which patients could look out
on a woodsy landscape of
trees, palmettos and bromeli-
ads. Doering replaced the slid-
ers with huge windows aixd
tamed and expanded the gar-
den.
Now, squirrels feed from
sconces along the fence, one
in view of each treatment
room, and blue jays squabble
over birdseed. A little black
snake visits from time to time.
The wildlife entertains and
distracts patients, who usually
decline offers of magazines to
peruse while they wait,
hygienist Vicki Brown says.
The woods have given way
to angel statuary, a. pergola
nearly overgrown by
bougainvillea, plus colorful
blossoming plants:' plumbago,
mandevilla, begonia,
Agapanthus and angel's trum-
pet trees.
"My philosophy is, if it dies,
I try something else," Doering
say shops at Hom'e Depot
and Lowe's, fertilizes with
Miracle-Gro when he remem-
bers to and often spends week-
ends weeding and planting,
sometimes with the help of
.daughters Sarah, 16; Emma,
12; and Niesha, 10.
In fact, Doering gets a hand
from just about all of his seven
full-time employees, whose
unusual cheeriness begs the
question: chicken or egg?
Dental assistant Marcie
Center looks after the wildlife
and mans the Weedeater. Her
co-workers help hose. down
parched plants.
"I always come with my
camera. I take pictures of
everything," dental assistant
Maryann Puj liesi says.
The interior was the domain
of Doeritig's 'wife,- Deborah,
Swho oversapv the yearlong ren-
ovation that turned two tradi-
tional offices into one very
untraditional space.
She didn't have to look far
for inspiratiori.
"We're a Christian office.
Nature and God's creation itre
big ori our list," she says. "We
wanted to bring God's peace
into the office "
STo do that, she mimicked
the colors of nature. That
included overstuffed choco-
late-brown leather couches
and chairs an te alw nd ba

sky and green vines.
She's a fan of faux finishes
and trompe l'oeil, paint tech-
niques that can transform dry-
wall into marble, brick or a
view of a cloud-studded sky.
She hired-painters who spe-
cialized in the various looks
she ~wanted, including
.Glenwood "That Paint Guy"
Sherry, a popular artist from
Lutz.
In the waiting roorri, look up


to see a rose-entwined trellis
vrbhead,bblue skyitandT bi
Sherry's work. He also turned
the restroom mnto a magical
space thiat~ seems to be built of
stone and also opens to the sky
and its inhabitants..
"I love that bathroom,
Deborah says. '
Elaine Shumaker, a faux
paiixter and muralist from
Hudson., created the' old
blocks lining the hallway,
adding cracks and shading to
give them a worn, natural
look.
Faux artist Jodi Koehn, who
has since moved awity from
the Bay area, turned the walls
of the waiting room; mto what
looks like Venetian plaster, an
effect echoed mn the treatment
rooms.
Throughout the building,
the finishes got itn aged look
through the use of plastic
Pubhix sacks to swipe them
with glaze and faux cream.
The whole undertaking,
which included a lot of demo-
lition and reconstruction, was
expensive, Deborah concedes.
But the special touches didn't
add all that much to the bill.
"We could have gone gener-
ic and it would have cost close
to the same."
She often hears patients say
how comfortable theyl feel in
the office, how their fears are
soothed and their spirits lifted.

son,"m sessays Tey'Treage
ting good care all the way
around.
omPhe tet ypcome to our
~~Penny Carnathan is a staff
writer for The Tampa Tribune.


Above: Dentist David
'Doering has a courtard

9 cred ng ato patiens i ls
to ease anxiety Fr having
dental work done. Dental
Assistant Marcy. Center
works with Doering, right, on
patient Jackie Smith, center.
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ESPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The Marianna Kiwanis
Club's Annual Scholarship
Luncheon was June 19, at
Jim's Buffet in Marianna.
Over $12,000 in scholar-
ship funds were awarded
tihe arianna Kiwanis
Club has endowed scholar-
ship money with the
Chipola Foundation, mak-
ing the initial endowment
in 1-980. Three scholarships
were named in memory of
longtime members, Frank
"Archie" Harris, Judge -
Rober-t McCrary and Ernest
Duffee.
Since ,1981, the Kiwanis
Club has awarded over 170
partial scholarships to area
students going to Chipola
College.
Past recipients have gone
on to a variety of careers, The Marianna Kiwanis Club's Annual Scholarship Luncheon, where over' $12,000 in
including: Lawyer' scholarships were awarded this year, will help these students continue their education:
accountant, nurse, teacher' Seated, from left, Jared Roberts, Rachael Daniel, Austin Cox, Rebbecca Cappleman
go er en em loy v and and Carrie Basford; and standing, from left, Tony Garrett, Casey Lawrence, Haley
have returned to Marianna Barfield-Philh ps, Alisa Stone, Cora Ann Thomas, A4dam Padgett, Amory Harris and
to live and work. Jessica~ Dono ro. Contributed photo


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career in.January 1974, retiring in June 2008. A center-
wide farewell reetion was held in her honor. .Many
friends and co-wjor ~rs attended to offer best wishes upon
her retirement. Superintendent Tracy Clemmons presented
a plqCUe and a .letter of appreciation for Tipton's many
years of dedicated service. Contributed photo


6B Sunday, June 29, 2008 Jackson County Floridan



NVew motorcycle

licensure laws


take effect July 1


www.JcFLORIDAN.com


said Director of the Division
of Driver Licenses Sandra
Lambert. "After July 1 of this
year, everyone will have to
take thetclassha d pas the test,

motorcyclists will be able to
-ind a Basic Rider Course
SpOIISOr or teacher on our
website at http://motorcy-
cles.hsmy.state.fl.us/. Upon
successful completion, the
.sponsor will transmit the
results electronically to the
department and inform the
customer to apply at the near-
est driver license office for the
endorsement."
Customers can also call
(850) 488-3286 and-locate a
sponsor nearest to them. The
Department's Florida Rider
Training Program has wealth
of information on motorcycle
safety and proper licensure.
dFar smre information, and
approved sponsors who teach
the course, visit
www.flhsmy.gov.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Washington-Holme s
Technical Center recently held
a graduation ceremony for the
basic recruit correctional offi-
cer program.
Recruits began their training
on Feb. 18, and trained in
areas that included basic skills
needed to work in a correc-
tional environment as well as
high liability areas such as
weapons training, defensive
tactics, chemical agents and
first responder/first aid.
Completion of the course
allows the recruits to sit for the
state exam making them eligi-
ble to be certified corrections
officers. Most of the graduat-
ing class has already been
hired by the GEO private
prison in Graceville. .


Names of those pictured back row left to right. Director Greg Hutching, James Dunn, Douglas Dykes,
Andrew Whitman, Cody Hamilton, Ben Cramer, William Smith, Bobby GriFfey, Ahmad Smith, Nicky;
Severson, Reginald Leslie, ,CpiLog coordinator Scott Curry. Front Row Left to right: Dustin
Abbott, Will Finch, PamelaI Mi e~ll, dan Cain, Violet Budd, Darren Braswell, Natalie Burkhead,
Misty Wilson, Gerogina Brown, Sebrina Browning, Demetri Bellamy. Contributed photo


Wa shington -Holmes
Technical Center will be offer
ing another basic recruit cor-


reactions class beginning Aug.
18.
For more information, con-


tact Greg Hutching, Scott
Curry or Brandon Stevenson.


Thompson of Panama City,
Heather J. Alspach of Pansey,
Ala., Ariel S. Johnson of
Quincy, Marnesha Z. Hall of
San Diego, Calif.
Students who earned grade
point averages ranging from
3.25(B+) to 3.99 (A) and their
Hometowns are:
CAlth --Sue E. CV mpion.
Gonzalez.
Bascom--Keyonis T. Shack.
Blountstown--Jessica A.
Fields.
Bonifay---Aimee M. Mosser- ~
Bristol--Cynthia R. Baggett,
Jordon M. Shuler.
C~ampbellton--Keona J.
Daniels.
Caryville--Audreanna L.
Green.
Chipley--Danielle H.
Guettler, Angela K. Henderson,
Zachary A. Worley. .
Graceville--Amy M. Cone,
Lindsey L. Miller, Danielle M.
Moreno.
Grand Ridge--Marissa D.
Chason.
Malone--Kay Baxter.
Marianna--Jessica K. Davis,
Melissa Gnann, Shelita L.
Grant, Robert B. McKibben,
Kristen A. Paul, Portia S-
Pollock, Kelly M. Stahl,
Christopher E. Truette, Megan
L. Weaver.
Sneads--Ashley Pavuk.
Out of District--Georgien C.
Williams of Bronx, N.Y.,
Sequoyah M. Griffin of
Columbus, Ga., Benjamin J.
Etress, Cottonwood, Ala., Brett
M. Maxwell of Douglasville,
wthAlyssaa C. Shie o
Sanford of Inglewood, Calif.,
Chasity C. Covington of
Midland, N.C., Ashlie L.
Billingslea of Stone Mountain,
Ga., Allison A. Bass of
Tallahassee.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Dr. Sarah Clemmons, vice
president of Instructional and
Student Services at Chipola
College, commends the 73 stu-
dents who made the Dean's List
for academic achievement dur-
ing the Summer I Semester
20T .be placed on the Dean's
List, a student must take 6 or
more semester hodrs of courses
and make an average of 3.25
(B+) to 4.0 (A) in all courses.
Students who made perfect
averages of 4.0straight A's-
and their hometowns are:
Alford--Michelle I. Abarzua,
Travis H. Barton.
Altha--Carla D. Duggar.
Bascom--Rebecca M.
Fanchette, Brandis L. Perkins.
Bonifay--April R. Coe,
Adam C. Hahn.
Bristol--Mary N. Ethridge.
Cottondale Jana K.
Barfield, Jessica R. Weeks.
Graceville--Stephen T.
Golden, Kara L. Jumper, Arthur
P. Obar, II. ..
Greenwood-Anthony .D.
Garrett, Anthony K. Newton,
Heather C. Robbirds.
Marianna--Shawna R.
Carlberg, Britton B. Dennis, II,
Sohail S. Lakhani, Jennifer L.
Lancette, Sean P. McGann,
Stephen A. Young.
SPonce De Leon-Robert D.
Rutherford. .
Sneads--Tressa L. Baker,
Heather M. Clark.
Westville--James P. Lewis.
Out of District-- Richard A.

Kibry S.Leo a sElhij
Ga., Malcolm R. Armstead of
Florence, Ala., Joshua R. Sain
of Jackson, Tenn., Kikwiki
Mamuku .of Kinshasa, Congo,
Destiny N. Covington of
Midland, N.C., Deborah L.


SPECIAL. TO THE FLORIDAN

"Like going home." Those
are the words Richard
Elli son, Assistant Professor
of Missions at The Baptist
College of Florida (BCF),~
used to describe his recent.
mission trip to the city of
Cururupu in Northeast
Brazil. Elligson and his fam-
ily served as IMB missionar-
ies to that same region before
returning to the States in
2006 to teach at BCF.
This was Elligson's first
~time back to the country, and
for him it was an emotional
event. "We love the
Northeast of Brazil," he said,
"the people, the language, the
food, the culture. It was a
privilege to live and serve in
the region before, and to have
the opportunity to go back
was such a blessing. It really
did feel like going home."
Elligson's trip was not
simply to visit, but to teach a
course as part of a partner-
ship the college formed with
Linc-Up Missions. The goal
of the partnership is to pro-
vide quality theological edu-
cation and. practical training
to Brazilian pastors and
church leaders in that region.
"Training church leaders has
always been a problem in the
interior areas of Brazil,"
Elligson stated. "Until now,
the only option for potential
church leaders was to leave
their homes and move to one
of the larger cities to study.
That's simply too expensive
and impractical for the
majority of people. And
besides that, those who com-
'plete their education in the
big city seldom return to their
rural homes to serve. The
solution is to offer quality
training on the field, where it
is needed. The week-long
modular courses we offer are
doing just that."
The forty B~razilian stu-
dents who have been partici.


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pating in the training over the
last two years eagerly agree.
Th~ey' arrive from smallIIIIIIII~ towns
all around the area, go to
class every day, complete
assignments, participate in
group projects, and take
exams. So far,
BCF profes- ,
sors and other
partners have
taught nine .
modules, with
topics ranging
from Old and
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and more.
Elligson's topic was
"Missions, Evangelism and
Church Planting." The final
module-The Gospel of John-
will be offered in October,
with a graduation planned for
November.
'1Our objec-
tive is to pro-
vide more than
just a theologi-
cal education,"
Elligson said.
"Every class is
designed to

training that
not only
.strengthens the
e xi st i ng
Elligson, the church, but
;tline behind ultimately
buted pholo lad~s tfo the


planting of new, culturally
appropriate, reproducing
congregations."
And it's working. Over the
last few years, the First
Baptist Church of Currupu
has seen at least six new con-
gregations started in the area-
all of which are led by course
participants-with mI~ore on the
way. As one student put it,
"Our goal is not to.plant a
'church; it's to reach our peo-
ple."
For Elligson, the trip was a
double-blessing. "I was able
to spend time enjoying the
people I love. But more
importantly, I was able to
witness their commitment to
'Changing the World
Through the Unchanging
Word.@' I am ready to go
back!"


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BaSic Rider Course
nOw required for all
motorcycle
endorsement

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY SAFETY
AND MOTOR VEHICLES

TALLAHASSEE The
Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles
wants to remind future motor-
cyclists of a change in Florida
law effective July 1, 2008.
Beginning July 1, ~new
motorcyclists must successful-
ly complete the Basic Rider
Course through the Florida
Rider Trainer Program before ~
they can have the motorcycle .
endorsement added to their
driver license, per section
322.12(5)(a), Florida Statutes.
o"Before July 1, 20208,c ay
take and pass the knowledge
test and skills test and get a
motorcycle endorsement,"


WHTC announces corrections grads


Chipola announces

Summer I dean's list :


Do you have 'Cute Kids'?
E-mail your 'Cute Kids"' photos to eeditorialQj~cfloridan.com'
..mail them to P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447 or bring
th~em by our offices at 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
, ;"I2 yearS or under, with Jackson County bes include chil's twi name, par-
eats'name(s) and city of resrdance. This is a free servic. Al entnes subject
to editig.


Mission to Brazil 'hk~e gomng home'


Continuing education courses set at Chipola
sPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN '

cClupola College will offer a variety of' short courses in the
An internship course will meet Thursdays, Aug. 21 through
Dec. 4 from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost is $191. A Child Growth and
Development course will meet Mondays, Aug. 25 through Dec.
8 from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost is $191. An Early Care' & Edtication
Administrative Overview course will meet Tuesdays, Aug. 26
through Dec. 9 from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost is $191.
A Real Estate Sales course will meet Saturdilys and Sundays,
Sept. 13, 14, 27, 28 & Oct.~ 11, 12, 26, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m..
Cost is $250.
Gatlin Education Services (GES) offers, open enrollment,
online courses in: health care, internet graphics/web design,
business, law and travel. Register online at www.gatlineduca-
tion.com/chipola.
Education To Go offers online programs. For dates and course
outlines, visit www.ed2go.com/chipola.
`Chipola also offers custom workshops. For information about
any of these non-credit courses, call 718-2395.


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"We just have to come to
(181/ is the bottom lzne.
SWe have to show up and
plaif. If 0e come out with
the same effort we had
.(Saturday), we'Ellbe
Coming back home. "
---Allen Childs,
Panhandle Pa7nthtrs coach
"You would think at this level that
we would be understanding the
atmosphere and be competing, but
we just dn'." .
Fossil Park plated five runs mn the
First inning to take a 5-1 advantage.
However, the Panthers trimmed
the deficit to a single run with a
three-run second inning to make it 5-


Sneads AA

All-Stars fall Headed to state

in Paxton
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Sneads AA All-Stars fell 19-1
to Calloway .Saturday in the first I~~~er :" ~ r
game of the stitte tournament in
Paxton.
Sneads plays again today at 2:30
p.m. local time against Paxton to stay
alive in the double-elimination tour-
nament.
Sneads coach Donovan Weekjs said
that he felt his team was a victim of
first-game nerves Saturday and that
his players simply had to block that
game from their memory before they
take the field today. IslkaaJl;
"That's all we can do is forget it," ;
the coach said. "We're swimming in d :"'
the lake (Saturday)' and we'll start
.over (Sunday). f rEly
"We probably had 20 elgrors .-4
(against Calloway). I think we were
just scared to death." s llif. P -a EiEf&O ~ i'
Sneads would have to win seven
consecutive games to make it to the Pictured is the Marianna 12-year old O-Zone All-Star team, which is headed to the state tournament in
title game. Lakeland starting July 5 through July 10. Front row, from left: Nic Helms, Gray Gilmore, Kody Bryan,
"We're going to try again Tyler Colson, Heath Roberts and Ryan Hewitt. Middlerow: Reid Long, Trenton Nobles, Madison Harrell,
(Sunday)," Weeks said. "I expect us Jonathan Sikes, Andrew Shouse and Tristan Tharp.. Coaches are Rick Harrell, Jlohn Shouse and Doug
to win. I think having a game under Cojlson. Contributed Photo
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Basketball season
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Thursday night at
Marianna High
School, with Port St.
Mari nn allw Se er.
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Malianna 52-t51 i th .
then took a70-46 vic--
tory over the Pirates.
The Bulldogs
bounced back ~from
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take a 49-37 win over
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satisfying Summer
League season for all ~
involved.
"I feel like all the


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SeonTs EDITOR
The Panhandle Panthers 12U
squad suffered a 10-7 upset loss at
the hands of Fossil Park Saturday at
the state tournament in St.
Pe rasbuga difficult loss for the
Panthers, who entered the tourna-
ment with high expectations.
"Truthfully, our kids did not com-
pete," Panhandle coach Allen Childs
said Saturday. "Maybe I didn't have
them prepared to play."
It was certainly a game full of
Pat rs, wh srne 13 r rnersthn
the game and left the bases loaded in
both the first and second inning. .
The Panthers also.made six errors
on the day, which helped contribute
to several of Fossil Park's runs.
"There's no explanation other than
we weren't prepared to play," Childs
said. "We're very disappointed mn our
effort.


But 'Fossil Park answered back
with three runs in the third and two
more in the fifth to take a 10-4 lead.
Panhandle scored three more in the
sixth, but it was not enough to avoid
the loser's bracket.
The Panthers, who play again
loay atn1 puln.olo alntunelagai s
now have to win four consecutive
games to make the title game of the
double-elimination tournament.
If the Panthers are to win today,
they'll have 'to put forth a much
stronger effort, according to their
coach.
the juttu a to omse to dpla e
have to show u and play If we come
out with the same effort we 'had
(Saturday), we'll be coming back
home "
Josh Taylor led the Panthers offen-
sively, going 1.-for-3 with two RBI.
Hunter Jordan went 1-for-3, Trent
See STATE, Page 30 >


Malone's T.J. Smith takes a shot during a
Summer League gaome Thursday night at
Marianna High School. Mark
Skinner/Floridan
teams really ~got a lot upcoming year," the
out of it, as frT LSs get- coach said.
ting a chance to see "Every team I
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Marianna Dixie Angels
The distriCt champi-
onship-winning Marianna
Dixie Angels softball team
is heading to the state tour-
nament in Bellview July 3-7
and is asking for any mone-
tary donations to help. pay
for the trip.
Contact Roger Wilson at
850-209-8278 or Travis
Bruno at 850-569-9826 to
donate.

Kids Golf Clinic
The Marianna Golf
Association will be con-
ducting its annual golf clin-
ic for kids July 23-25 at the
Florida Caverns 'Golf
Course.
The kids, will have. tivo
days of instructions, includ-
ing chipping and putting
contests, with a nine-hole
tournament the last day.
The cost is $35 per child
and this includes drinks and
snacks daily along with
prizes and trophies ~for win-
ners of' the contests and



For more information and
to pre-register, call 482-

4257.1imn~sos

Swimming lessons wl
be offered for ages four and
up. ~Lessons are based on a
combination of nationally-
recognized methods.
The following sessions
are scheduled: Session 4:
Aug. 4-14. ~Classes are
available at 9 a.m., 10 a.m.
or T p.m.' Sessions are.
Monday through Thursday~
for two weeks of 45-minute
lessons. Cost is. $45 and
pre-registration is required,
with a $5 late registration
fee. An Adult swimming
class will meet June 30-July
3, 10 a.m. or 7 p.m. Cost is
$40. -Infan~t and Preschool
Swimming lessons for chil-

dr1 3an""ner w ll me

a.m;.and 7 p.m. Cost is $30.
For information, call, pool
manager Rance Massengill
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 wwwlcababaseball~com
or youngstownclassb.com
.If you need more infor-
mation, contact ~en Qumnn
at 330-755-5616.

Sports Briefs
i: . Sendl all sports items to
editorial @~jcflo ridan. com,
or faxl them to 482-4478.
The mailing address for the
paper is Jackson County
Floridari P.O. Box 520
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Moats 1-for-2 and Peyton Dixon 1-for-3. "They always ~have good,' solid, scrappy
Dillon Bennett started and went two innings teanis. They're not going to come out and
for Panhandle, giving up three earned runs. p~ lay like we did today, I promise you that.!
But Childs said that Saturday's loss was on Childs said that Jordan would start on the

eI el n't one player, it was the whole mudoteatesoa.
team," he said. "We just did not givp effort." .The Panhandle Panthers 14U team also lost
Bill Bonds fell to St. Petersburg Noithwest in state tournament action Saturday, falling
10-2 Saturday, but Childs said his team will 14-4 to St. Petersburg Northwest in
not get an easy game today. .Pensacola.
"They're a scrappy team and they're not They. playr agaiti today at 8 a.m., against
going to lay down for us," the coach said.. Navarre.


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coiled rattlesnake lying, in the
hot South Georgia July sun.
Notice the similarity?
Then there's the whitetail
buck that once soundly thrashed
every young rutting upstart mn
the woods, "womanized" to his
heart's content, and was none
the worse for wear when his
antlers fell off in February.
Now, though his neck still
mightily swells in November
and his "rubs" and scrape hines
are still impressive, he's begin-
'ning to lose more fights (and
more does) than he's: winning.
Still, he refuses to pay heed to
the fact that his over-the-hill
days are fast approaching. He's
right mn thpre pitching, -acting
half his age and twice his vinhl-

O~ne sees two-legged "bucks
just like him almost daily.
They've traded their pickups for
Mazda Miatas, bathed the old
noggmn with copious amounts of
Grecian Formula, and can whis-
tle the "Viva Viagra" jingle in
their sleep.
They, too (bless their hearts),
are now also losing more fights
and more "does" than they're
winning.
Now, fellas, I'm well aware
all this might read a little
depressing to some of you.'I
mean, it has to be tough finding .
. out you're really not so different
after all from the so-called infe-


Who came up with the idea
that humankind is so far
removed from the "lower" ani-
mals? Respectfully, but
adamantly, I beg to differ.
Did you ever observe the
springtime behavior of young
turkey gobblers? You know, the
ones that
were mere
jakes the pre-
vious season? .
Watch 'em
sometime .
when you get
a chance. .
While an
older, domi-
nant tom
tend andBob Kornegay .
fiercely
guards his hen harem, these
physically mature but still-ado-
lescent birds sort of.hang togeth-
er on the periphery, watching the
"proceedings" and getting randi-
er by the minute. My friend
Larry Worsley calls them "satel-
lite turkeys," describing their
penchant for sex-starved
"orbital" revolution.
It reminds me of a Barney Fife
line in an old "Andy Griffith
Show" episode, in which my
favorite TV lawman avows, "I
ain't about to go to the dance
and' stand in a stag line with old
Mr. Perkins and a bunch qf
slumped-over teenage boys!" -
Yep, just watch these virile


woodland virgins awhile, and
then give out with one single,
seductive yelp from your box
call.
You can almost bet at least
one, if not more, of them will
immediately fold his wings and
tailfeathers and come a'runnin',
caution and wariness be hanged.
Take a good look and then tell
me you haven't witnessed iden-
tical behavior from your 16-
year-old son.
Ever spend any time inside a
backroad beer joint? No? Well, I
have, though, of course, it was
only journalistic curiosity fhat
led me there. -
In every single one of them
there's always one guy at the bar
who's just had a knock-down,
dr~ag-out fight with his girl-
frie~nd, been fired from his job,
and is nursing an mngrown toe-
nall along with his seventh Pabst
Blue Ribbon.
This man possesses no sense
of humor whatsoever and (I
can't imagine why) has
absolutely no interest in the
wiitty, scintillating repartee of
perhaps the finest outdoor story-
teller in the Southeast.
.He's very quick, by, the way,
to let the literary "giant" know
just that, despite the scribe's
generous offer to get the next
round. .
Now go out and come danger-
ously close to stepping on a


rior critters over which the
preacher always said you were
supposed to have dominion. But
take heart.
All human/animal analogies
do not portend such ominous
connotations. In fact, it's not
beyond the realm of possibility
that some .such comparisons
. might even from time to time be
used to your advantage.
Take caike, though, and choose
wisely. I didn't once, and have
lived to regret it. A couple
months ago, while daydreaming
the morning away on a pristine
riverbank, I'spied the first living
wild mmnk I ever saw.
What a glorious opportunity, I
mused, to impress a certain lady ,
I know.
Later .that day, I sequestered
myself in a quiet place and
penned a long, flowery note stat-
ing that I could riot help thinking
of her at the sight of this lithe'
beautiful creature with its lush'
sensuous coat of fur and its
graceful, sinuous movement. I
mailed the missive with a smug
sense of self-satisfaction.
The reply came a few days
later.
I had some nerve, the cryptic
return message read, likening
her to a smelly, musky weasel!
Ouch!
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watched I saw improvement in
the teams and the players. It
was good-for the kids and the
community to give them
something to do during the
summer, give the coaches a
chance to evaluate the players
and themselves and have a
good time in the offseason."
It's a particularly important
summer for Blanton's
Bulldogs, who replace a bevy
of seniors from last season's
Final Four team.,
"I think this young group is
going to have to step up at the
varsity level," the coach said.
"Theyere very inxpelrienced

ly good season on (junior var-
aju~stin dthididummr obdut iob
going to be even more com-
peti ive mn the fal cig otae
our lumps early, but I really
feel we'll be competitive. I'm
lxitdabou c uchneg t
first and there's not a tiny bit
of selfishness in any of them.
They're going to be as lot of
fu non cxicd that handling
an almost completely new
team will be a challenge for

"'ea gth o ajs aId
the same things I did last year,
so I have change with the new
personnel," the. coach said.
( lhi 110u oers a lot pC.J
big this year, so do guys like
Quan Boykin, RJ Bowers,
Nehemiah Gilbert and Cruz
Pinkins, who is going to be a
big asset for us in the post.
Blanton said he was also
impressed by what he saw


from the other Jackson County
teams this summer.
"'I think the county is going .
to be a -lot more coinpe~titive -
this year," he said. .
"Graceyille was the most
improved team I saw. I think
Malone will surprise some.
people and Cottondale is.
much-improve as well. Their
kids played really well at'
times this summI~ier and I think
they're capable of doing it
every night. Sneads is going to
be surprising. They struggled
a little, but once (Sneads
coach Kelvin Johnson) gets all
(4 them out ~there, they'll be
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LAKE SEMINOLE Bass are good. Topwater
fishing is working well for quite a few anglers early
and late in the day. Deep-water fishing in the creeks
has also been surprisingly good of late. Grassline
fish may also be taken on worms and lizards.
Topwater offerings include buzzbaits, floating
worms, spinnerbaits, and jerkbaits. Also try paddle-
tail worms in the grass.
Hybrids are fair in spots. Use live bait for now
and expect schooling to increase as the weather gets
hotter and hotter,
SCrappies have been fair recently at moderate
depths on both minnows and jigs.
Catfish are fair and can be very good at times.
Prepared commercial baits are the best bet right
now. Look for the fish deep along the rivertchannels.
Bream fishing is fair to good. Bluegills areas the

mLsaE EFU L eass fishing can be very
good right now. Basically, look for the fish to main-
tain the overall pattern they are in at present for the
rest of the summer and into early fall. Main-lake
loct ns. De pladg eb it lik eslto -rIle si nr-
baits and the old standby Carolina-rig worm are
working well. Deep crankbaits may also pay off,
Especially along ledges near some of the creek
mouths. Good-sized spotted bass may also be taken
in various places on smaller soft-plastic baits.
.Crappies are fair at times, especially on the flats
'directly off the river channels. These fish~ should
really bite well in a few more weeks. Fish jiggmng
spoons in any transient structure you may find in
such areas.
Hybrids, will school early in the day in spots,
though most of the fish' are small. Use Rat-L-Traps
and spoons. Bream and catfish are slow.
LAKE ANDREWS/CHAPTAHOOCHEE RIVER
Bass fishing on the river is slow, though a few
largemouths can be taken mn spots. Bass anglers
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late in the day. Buzzbaits, Tmny Torpedoes, and
Rattlin' Rogues can do: the trick on early, and late-
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banks. Spoons and jig-and-pig combos work well
for this summertime pattern.
Bream fishing can pay~ off for anglers who enjoy
drift-fishing along the banks and bluff walls. Fish
crickets to tempt the bluegills and redbreasts and
earthworms for the occasional shellcracker. Fish are
somewhat on the small side, but quite active.
Catfishing is fair to good in the tailwaters and
along bluff walls. Good numbers of pan-size cats
are reported.
Crappes a: othr s= cies are slow and likely to
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caution if you are asked board. 850-762-3144 or Wine color. Call850 593 gine, 54, industrial For Sae. Losal or sees iu i r part 0 eNrigDprmn.
to sen money orin 850-718-7398/693-5442 6550 for details, $400. craftsmen lawnmower. Turbochef Pizza Cook- tami clean CatL .jnl
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or supplemented by course work in automotive
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Starting salary $31,497.00/yr. Must have a valid
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& various types of informant onal materilas.
S noingsitlary will be $7.48/hr.. This is a part-
Paramedic/Fire ihtr M
Must be a high school graduate or equivalent
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required certifications for the position. Must
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ment of Health Bureau of Emerec Medical
Serylces. Certification In Fire Eire gStan-
dards. Certification in CPR and A~lby the
American Red Cross, EVOC, valid FL drivers lI-
cense prior to employment. Starting Salary
$30,688.97/yr.
Submit Jackson county BOCC employment ap-
plication to the Human Resources et,26
Madison St., Marianna, FL 32448. PH (850) 482-
9633, www.jacksoncountybr.org/
Deadline to apply
is 07-14-08.


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Mix, shots,.fixed, needs mli. ~ w s in~jrlin- Team 190 limited edi- 24-53, 1 n slideImpres- I~ lide outs exc. cond.
room to run. 850-693-0736 c.:.urn.Irg ...r, ::m a t.0 ...- tion, loaded, ga ae sive cn ton ad like new on rented lot
Tolaeyurdith 4. kept, Mercury~ 90t~l ~i- euimevnt~i, W-07 Sil- with water front view ig
To plae you ad inthe -......"" max, galva sidtil veao viabefor to- Lake Eufaula $19,003
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TecpChhau 2uP BR MH FOR RENT in Cy- SPORTSCRAFT '70, 30-~ft, 30ft. Hunter Sall Boat, 19 ft. Sports Deck Boat 506 Th gggt 1.dFeewo' 9 espr bFet
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pisshrt&log ai* smok ing .Re f. Reg condition, $5,000 080 gre at week nd g et stainless steel pro Wo~rk -r l 06.an nteI.sld u,3' kitchen, hardwood floors,
$300 850-526-1902 Pt. Saint Joe, F~L, $18K finder, trolling motor, jleep 6 E~cC Cond~~i $10,500, 687-2684, 334-703-0125
3 2 CI-i $.2 me. I I I OBO, Call 850-227-4034 elec. anchor, boat cov- 51..80 08 Pea Mntan ?0(15 c5tn Wheel. ,' Call 229-308-1168.
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Seadoo '99 GSX Ltd Runner, Great condi- new hitch. $9500 334- iete, n sid .00 tredutdC/A eteri Sie
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3154 CLEARMONT RD, MARIANNA
Mini-ranch with 8.6 beautiful acres fenced and gated. Home has
been completely remodeled with new metal roof, pump, CEticat
and air, carpet, vinyl, new granite counter top. $139,900





2778 FIRE DEPT ROAD, GORDAN, AL
Avery comfortable DW wl3BR/2BA, large screened porch, fruit
trees and 9 pecans trees on this 10villy 2.92 acre 10t. ,






1932 HOLLEY TIMBERRD, COTTONDALE
Large pride reduction! Only $125,000 for 2 warehouses w/3875
& 11075 Sq Ft whoading dock for semis, concrete tarmac, 20
acres, 20x55 paint shop, 16x20 glass bead room, 24 Ft ceilings.


4328 DEERING ST. $129,900 AS IS' with Home
Narrantylli940s brick Nantucket Style 4 bedroom.2 bath, two
stoly cottage with lots of character. Many updates include: new
central AC system, refrigerator, stove. flooring in kitchen, living
-oom, hallway and downstairs bedrooms. Dining room has origi
181 hardwood floor. Firmly priced for a quick sale. MLS#08-996





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3 miles from Lake Seminole Boat Landing, 10 acres wl330' road
frontage, 3 acres of large beautiful oak trees.0wner financing.
$78,800


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GAMMONS ROAD, GORDAN, AL
Here is 40 acres in ALat the FL Line north of Malone, acreage
has some trees & wet weather pond. Additional land available.
$184,000


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frontage. MLS#08-889 $99,000.


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DowntownBlountstownFL.PropertyFeaturesaPavedDrive.Large
. Shed w/ Covered Fish Cleaning Station & large Covered Area for a
Boat, Lawnmowdr etc. Home sits on 3.46 Acres w/ Pond Frontage
and is Nicely Landscaped with a Fenced in Back Yard & has Oak &
Pecan Trees Surrounding the Property. MLS#08-542 $209,000.
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2914 CHASE WAY, MARIANNA
This Custom Built 3/2 Home in boasts large great room w/vaulted
cellingselegantmasterbathJacuzzitubbonusroom.$325,000


witn mu+ lots. Common areas accessing twin cona spring.
Located less than 45 minutes from Panama City and only 6
miles southwest of Marianna. Includes 3 miles of equestrian
trails. Iarge nature park 30+ acres. scenic walking trails, and
2ndmagnitudespringfedcreek. MLS#07-2739


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10Vely home Site on this 10 ares that haS Some trees and Open
land. Near but seclude Alabama 3 Country Crossings.
$60,000


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acres, short distance to Bay county line. This is a lovely piece of
property $26,500
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Marianna

Waterfront home on Merritt Mill Pond *2BR/28 w/office OR
3BR/2BA*1806tsq ft.home *AdditionalWaterfronnotavallable
Spiral staircase to sitting & viewing area #08-527
513
McPherson
Dr., Alford

*1568 sq. ft. home 3 bedrooms & 2 baths* 2> acres
*2492 front feet on the lake* Dock & 3 outbuildings* #07-1982
2472 Kiwl Trall, Marianna
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Greenwood

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5195
Smokey Rd.,
Graceville



Hwy 71 & 1-10,
Marianna

*1.5,- 2.44 acres (will customize lot Co.paved road frontage O.
SEWER&WATER*Co.waterdetention*Deedreshictionapply*#07-3081
2730 US 231,
Cottoadale


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2119 Aaron Ave.,
Grand Ridge

* 3 bedrooms & 2 baths 9 ceilings* Deluxe kitchen Formal dining
room Garden tub in master suite*18 x 9' front porch #07-1418

Str ille

*4BR/3B brick home* BIG living room & bedrooms
Lots of closets to storage 2 storage buildings
@8-10
2960 Chase Way,
anna

*1stinJacksonCodedilledEnergySlarHome*2743sqit
*Addilionalacreageavailable*4bedrooms&3baths*CentralVacuum
System *TanklessGasWaterhealer*GranitoCoudertops*#08-629
.... . 4862 ODI|SF00d Dr.
Marlanna

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*fence back yard Owner financing available* #08 742


3060 Hunter Fish
Camp Road

*26972sq.ft.*4bedrooms&3baths
NEW: Carpet, Paint, kitchen appliances, light fixtures il' morel:
*Kitchenwithbreakfastbar*Masterwithloftarea*#08-627
2834 MHtonia
Ave., Marianna
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*1384 sq.ft. updated home 2 car carport* 2 outbuild-
Ings & 12' x 30' bidg on slab used as outside kitchen *
Sprinkler system on separate meter #08-1083

Seeals

*4 bedrooms & 2 baths* Seller will pay ALL of Buyers closing costs .
*102 acres HIGH & DRY and mostly cleared Home warranty #07 1783
4671
Meallowlew Rd.,
Madama

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Family room w ireplace*2 car garage & outbuilding *Termite bond 08 885



1441
Church St.,
I arianna

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* Remodeled w/dbl pane windows, roof, hardwood & tile flooring &
appliances New unite inground pool wisalt water system & child
safe fence* Formal Ilvin & dinin room #08-121
Choctawlkall,
Marianna

*2247sq.R.home*NEWramundsapool*3bedmoms&3tdhs
*2caraiacheM2ardelachedgaragewtofa*Mchenwhewgrantele
mustoposanommunas*Famayroomwareswsonio
3623 Greenfield
Rd., Marianna

*2126sq.ft.newconstructionhome*3BR/2B-gara swlinsulated


1 672 MUIR LANE -Lovely 2BR/1.5 BA House on the 9th
Fairway of Dogwood Lakes. Loft bedroom upstairs, nice
arge family room with lots of windows, new flooring. Walk
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generate income and increase in value.
4325 B Lafayette Street arianna, FL

SW N LR
MARIANNA
* 2BR/2BAtown house. Garbage pick-up, pest control
and lawn maint. Indude with rent. Monthly unt and
security deposit it $575.00, six month lease, no
Of Smoking.

* 2BR/1BA home, all .electric, $375. Monthly
and security deposit. six month lease.

* 4BR/1.SBA home, fenced backyard, fire pit, all
electric, hardwood floors. $950 monthly rent
and security deposit, six month lease.
COMPASS LAKE
* Weekly Vacation Rental Available. SBR/4BA, pd-
vate beach, dock, gazebo, grill, boat lift. Come
and enjoy the beautiful sunsets on Compass Lake.
$2000 weekly rate.


GRACEVILLE
* 2BR/1BA, all electric, completely remodeled
with hardwood floors, $675 monthly rent and
security deposit, six month lease, no pets or
00
sm ng.
ALFORD
* 2BR/2BA. all electric. large yard, 1100 SF,
$500 monthly rent and security deposit, six
month lease, no pets or smoking.

* 3BR/2BA home with a nice yard and storage
shed. Neat and clean. $750 monthly rent and
security deposit.


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Gina C. Stuart
Broker/0wner CRS





(850) 482-4494
1-800-866-4497
(850) 209-7150 Eve.
E-mail: info@kbconnor.com
website: www.kbconnor.com
4389 Lafayette Street
P.O. Box 357
Marianna, Florida 32447






545410th STREET, Malone. Pristeen home in immaculate
condition. Over 1800 square feet of living area, underosa
pine paneling in den and Master Bedroom.100 x190' lot
with large oak trees. $120,900.


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COMPASS LAKE 394 LAKEPOINT DRIVEThis home is
situated on PRIME location of the lake!! It is an
absolute "must see!" Ask for Gina. $495,000

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ho2n9e a bEeEe the7t c r stni vi@ t es
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. $299,000






RUSS LAKE HOLMES COUNTY It's like
being on vacation every day! Beautiful
home, beautiful lake, great
workshop/barn, and it's on 4 acres!! See
this one!' $359,000
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3069 6" STREET 4 bedroom home with
tC eCj r so os tal
with fireplace, formal. LR and formal DR.
1.2 acre corner lot. $196,500






BANNER RD, MALONE- 3 bedroom doublewide with lots
c 8enidies Polee barn, double c0TyoM 9 an
Pbe bought withpdditional acreage.






18 HOLE GOLF COURSE ADJOINS this
home at the 8th hold. 3 bedrooms, brick
and in super condition. Dogwood Acres,
Bonif 900





7811 GAIL DRIVE on Lake Seminole!! A won-
derfulcabidwithmassivescreenporch.Enjoy
natureandthelake!$110,000






4715 SHEFFIELD DRIVE Country Club Hills Unit
II. Pristine home in A-1 condition. Great neigh-
borhood near new Marianna High School.
$169,900







2679iCHOCTAW TRAIL Indan SpringsoPOOL!
wel built and energy efficient! Call us! $289,900






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$139,900


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SMOKEY ROAD 8.79 acres priced at only $5.000+/- per
acre. Would make great homesite only minutes from
Campbellton and Graceville. Mostly cleared. -


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PROPERTY .
is a horse lovers dream. 3/2 3000seft. home
with wrap around porch invites you to sit &
rest. IBR bunk house is a perfect guest house.
4 stall horse barn w/tack room. 2 stall horse
barn, bahia pasture, stocked pond, on 16 acreS
and fenced for animals. #08-940 $379,900







lYNN HAVENI Old Building of little value on the 3
lots. Zoned low density residential with permission for
Minor S/D, and a survey, you can split property Into 2
lots, for 2 homes. Corner lot, large shade trees in a nice
neighborhood in lynn Haven. #08-1059 $125,000






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-
lawsuite.1..andscaped I acre lot. #08-541.$175;000
.






Brick 1700 SF 3/2 home on 4.99 ac in the coun-
try. Fenced for aninials. Chain link fencing
around die house. Wet weather pond &.1,456
SF old barn on property. Handicap master bath.
08-596 $140,000
REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE





MARIANNA Near Downtown. New updates in
this home within past 6 months. 3rd BR being
used as utill room. C/A&H: insulated win
dows and FP electric logs. Old garage/stor-
age bldg. #08-598 $69,000






Beautiful 3+ acre lot has oak trees and cleared for build-
ing. Frontage on a pond in SW corner of lot. Lot located
in vacinity of Silver Lake. All the amenitiessf Compass
Lake Hills horseback riding, swimming, boating, fish-
Ing, rental of cottages, campsites & lodge on McCormick
Lake, etc. O '-3070 ONLY $37,000 MAKE OFFERI





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TEN ACRESI-Immaculate D.W. has split BR design.
Master bath W/garden tub, shower & 2 sinks. All
BRS have walk-in closets. Large kitchen W/pantry
Security system. Wood burning FP. R\f hook-up.
Storage. bidg. Storm windows. Vaulted tellings.
Back half of property is wooded. #08-1035 $125,000





MARIANNA 5 Acres. County maintained road on North side
of proper y and a private road on fast side. Wet weather area
on SE side, possible pond site. MH ok. #07-1692 $39,900.







HANDY MAN SPECIAL BEING SOLD "AS IS". Great
location South of Bonifay, beautiful property. Well and
E"th"E2sdad tskn a n do Has a
me r s9 d m building supplies are in the


COTTONDALE 40 Acres has mature
timber & homesite on back 20 acres. Front
20 acres is wet. Excellent hunting.
#06-1863 $200,000.
Lots in Compass Lake in the HillS
Subdivision beginning at $15,000
Sunny Hill is a restricted subdivision
North of Panama City isnd the beaches: In
area of new Bay County Airport. A-2964
#08-1101 $18,000
Cerro Gordo Estate, Westville. Enjoy.fish-

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WATERFRONT ON MCCORMICK LAKE!
Peaceful & serene with gorgeous views and nat-
ural beauty of this picturesque lake is so desir-
able. Electricity, well, and mostly cleaned and
cleared. Highway frontage. UNBELIEVABLE
PRICE AT ONLY $99,000!MLS #: 08-1093


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BELOW RECENT APPRAISAL Nice 14x70 2 bedroom 2
bath mobile hom on 3/4 acre. Nice Yard. Large Shade
trees. High & dry lot. Inside & Out Immaculate! Large
bh k co red5 io ASp#rx les out of Marianna. All
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WELL ESTABLISHED BUSINESS!
Owner retiring, great Mom & Pop business. Tum key subi-
ness for sale. Comes wrih everything including all inventor
& i'Mi'"2222,2w"mity NIA'






WATERFRONTI 5.4 ACRES. 31)l) leel .:.0 warer s Beaural
private Springfed Lake in Jackson County! Deed

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AFFORDABLE New Home in Marianna! This 3/2 w/ 2 car


PRESTIGIOUS EXECUTIVE HONIE now avail-
able in North Oaks Subdivision. This 4/3.5 shows well
from the foyer going into the sunken living room.
Breakfast area & large kitchen w/plenty of cabinets.
Separate DR. New tile, new carpet thru out home. All
new paint. Detailed crown moulding throughout home.
Upstairs bed & bath w/large entertainment arealmulti-
purpose room/office. Lrg back patio. A Must S&e!
$399,000 MLS #08-975


property features 3.41+/- acres witn approximately .154 Teel
0 11 oange a swer.e na ura ma a
North of Wal-Mart. & 0.63 mile North of the.newtractor sup.
ply location. Set back requirements are as follows: 30 from
front, 10 from sides. & 20 from back. MLS#08-4ti


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r B h D n2 ryeF in s,32GOOus{n \
Kitchen with SS Appliances, Study, Ilxll.3 Master
Closet, 2 Car Garage. Under Roof sq. ft., 4,472.
Rocking Chaiir Front Porch with view of majestic drive,
Screened Porch with Deck Overlooking cleared 20
Acre with stocked fishpond and 20 X 30 Metal barn


IMMAI;ULAII- J UI:;auseance .:.rr I j;re pjyya iquet.


-,um.,,.,,,,,,. 2,, a an,,, ou-,w.........y.........
.inviting from the large front porch to the startway lead-
ing upstairs. 4/4 & a formal livmg &dining room with
separate family room is open and flows well. Large
maste ed & bath. om wi 3 carag ge. This


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LITTLE 00VE RANCH on l3.6 acres just40 minutes from PC
Beach. Horse ready. Big granddaddy oaks. Approx. 6 acres of
pasture. Updated farm house and bunk house, fenced &
crossfenced.1/4acre blackberry orchard w/irrigation.Large
shop, bam, greenhouse. Beautiful! $274,500 MLS #* 08-365
allmulumentilmlik 3MilmilAHIE


LIKE.NEW 3/2 home on Highway 90. New metal roof,
new vinyl siding, Hardwood floors, gorgeous yard, heat
pump, pecan trees, fig trees, 3 outside buildings,
partially fenced. Possibly great business location. All
this for $139.5001 MLS #: 08-851


NICE HOME located ori paved street in ( hipley. Great
for first time home buyer, retirees, or rental property. This
3/1 hous comes with beautiful hardwood floors, well
ma n a d. 3So200 aDetatched work-


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