Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028304/00130
 Material Information
Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: October 4, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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: VID00130
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACA5476
oclc - 33284558
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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After hearing that
boyfriend < We~sley
Williams had been con-
victed of murder Friday,
Bridgette Kelly stood
outside the courthouse 'Bridgett.
and drdlpped a bomnb .~ Kelly
shell in front of reporters
that could change everything.
She claims to be related to one of the
jurors, and to have worked with two of
the others at a local store.

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Jurors found Wesley
Jonathan Williams guilty of
four counts of first degree
inurder and three counts of
aggravated child ~abuse Friday.
The 12-member panel deliv-
ered the verdict after a little
more than is o hours of delib-
Williams was convicted of
killing ex-girlfriend Danielle
Baker and hbr three young
sons, three-week-old `Atron,
orie-year-old .Amarion and
nearly four-year-old Ahmaad.
He fathered the two older chil-
The ~12-niember' panel
Retired to consider the case
around 9 s a.m. and emerged
with a verdict around 11:15
Sentencing will be set at, a
Slater date. Circuit Judge Bill
Wright will make that decision
without, any recomnmerndatioin'
Sfrom the jury. Before the trial,
Williams waived his right to a
jury in the' penalty phase.
Williams is expected to- be
held at the Jackson County jail
to await sentencing.
Baker's father, Lavon. Baker
and his ~wife Stephanie
embraced and cried after the
verdicts were read-
They're convinced.thie jurors
SSee GUILTY, Page 9A >

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A Bristol man
was' arrested and
charged Friday
evetung after he:
allegedly bought
prescription med- Timothyr J.
ication ifrom1 an .Dye
undercover\ police ye
According to. a news release
from the Jackson County Drug
Task Force, investigators with the
Florida Departmeni of
Corrections Office of the
Inspector Gener-al, :Florida
Hnt rdit on' 1n, the` Chibpl
See DRUGS, Page 9A,

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.begin at noon and end 'at 1 p.m.
'The sponsor for the series of'
meetings is Government Services
Group Inc.
All elected officials from the
municipalities are invited.
Some of the specific guests
invited to the Oct. 6 meeting
include Jgclckson County
Commissiotier Kenneth
Stepheps, District .5, and Rep.
.Bratd Drake, R-District 5. The
two represent the northern part of
the county on their respective
governing bodies. .
Local businesses and all clergy
in the, area are also invited ~to
attend. -
Principal Linda liall will be.
represetnting Mlalone 'School :at
~;the' Oct. 6i meetc'ing. Other cdm-
munity leaders, such as JCI
WaLrden Ted Jerers, hate also
bee~rn invited. The chamber is also
hoping to see local farmers 'and
livestockmen at the meetings.
"The `goaf' is to gather a good
cross section of the communities '

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Jackson County Sheriff~s Departmient Investigpator Virgil watson following the guilty verdict in
the quadruple murder trial of Wesley jonathan Williams Friday. - Mark; Skinner / Floridan

and others. It also led the Federal Reserve to
.pump more liquidity~. or cash, mnto the econo-
"Is"th6 :d~dt we'ree left with uncon-
scionable? Absolutely," Scott said, adding .
however that the alteritative was "untillnk-
That said, Scott felt some aspects' of the
government's handling of the crisis were mis-
For example, it is still not clear wvhy the
brokerage Beat Stirns wais rescued in March
2008, yet Ld'hman Biotliers was allowed to
Scott' also said.Cotagress had been warned
.that' problems, were brewing at Fannie Mae
and Freddie Msic, the two government
backed mortgage purchasers.
Yet Congiess took no action to shore up
their finances, and the government was forced
to step in just over a year ago.
That affected the nation's banks, who were
shareholders, as only shareholders could buy
or sell mortgages with the two.
Scott said the' badik-slareholders were
essentially stiffedj when thel government
restructured them; in Superior's case, the
bank lost mnore ori their collapse that on all its `
loans last year.
As for TARP, Scott said he takes offense
.when ~the 'ajsetrs covered bty it are call d

Superior Bancorp President `C. Maryin
Scott says the past year has been a long one
for him and his industry .-- probably the
longest year of his life.
"I unde-rstand wh~at a 'dog yeaP is, now,"
Scott said.
The president of the Birmingham, Ala.-
baised- bank was in Marianna Friday to
address `the ~Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce's First Friday breakfast. ~
'He -said tht turmoil: that has rolled the
fiancial sector left government with few
options. According to Scott, few people
understand just how close the; entire world
came tofacing financial disaster.
And, faced with "a gridlock unprecedented '
and unparalleled izi-our time," thie federal gov-
ernment was forced' to make some hai~sh deci-
Scott said he didn't agree with everything
Washington has dotte. But overall, he's glad
the government took action.
"What they accorn lished essentially~ saved
us from financial collapse," Scott said, a col-
ilapse that .could have equalled the
Thie problems started with. the collapse of
the brokerage firm Lehmhan Brothers a little
more thania- year ago. On a side note, Sco~tt
observed L~ehman Brothers started out as a
dry goods seller and, cotton, broker in
Birmingham,. before moving t6 New York

Su erio'r Bank President C. Marvin Scott
tail s about the current state of the banking
industry during the First Friday Powey
Breakfast. Mark Skinner / Floridan
and transforming into a financial broker
This led the g~vernglent. td create the
'troubled Asset Relief Program, ~or TARP, to
buy riskier financial securities~ from banks


The Jackson County Chamber
of Commerce is about to embark
on a new "Power Lunch" .pro-
gram, Imodeliing it loosely on the
existing First Friday "Power
Breakfast" concept.
The "Power Lunches" will tal e
place on weekdays at various
locations in the courity, as the
chamber attempts to extend and
strengthen its presence in
Jackson County.
Spearheaded by chamber
Chairman Jamie Streetman, three
of the lunches have already been
scheduled. .'
The first will be held Tuesday,
Oct. 6, in Bascom Town Hall for
the Malone, Greenwood and
Bascom communities.
The second is Thursday, Oct.
15, in Sneads for the Sneads and
Grand Ridge commnities.
The third will be held Tuesday,
Oct. 20, in Graceville for the
Graceville, Jacob and
Campbellton communities.
Each of the luncheons will

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'Id the last few :Teeks, the
Marianna Police Depa~rment says
it has received .numerous reports.
of `thefts from unlocked ~vehicles
and residences in ne~ighbor~hoods
all over llhe ciry.
Since those Initlal repo-tts, sus-
pect~s have been idenufieid. Somer
C.operty has been recovered, but~
police say it does not match the
property reported stolen during
the bui-glari'es.
It is believed thatt;hese iterns
came from a burglary that has yet
to be discovered, or simply a bur-
glary that: wa's hot reported.
Marianna police are requesting
?h public's assistance in identi-
fymig these items. According to
police,.odne particular item is ,a
very unique knife. If any one has
discovered such an item missing,
they are asked to contact the
'Marianna Police Department
with a ~description of the missing
knife, name, and phone number.

Coming. soon: powth* lunches

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Low 680

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High 890
Low 73o

High 89,
Low 730

Sunrise: 7:38AM
Sunset* 7:24PM
Moonrise: 7:26PM
Moonset: 7:58AM

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Partlyr cloudy...20o/ rain


the Jackson County Annex TABE Test Center,
4294 Liddon St. Call 482-9'617.
*The monthly Sneads Athletic Club (SAC)
meeting begins at 5 p.m. at Pappy Tom's in
Sneads, to discuss the tilture of the club.
Open to~ members, and those wishing to join.
Call 663-4528 or 592-1906. .
S*The Jackson County Democratic Party
meets at 6 p.m. in the Jackson County Board
of Commissioners' offices. Call 482-5943 or
*Marianna High School Senior Scholarship
Night is 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the media center.
*The monthly, meeting of Woodmen of the
World Lodge~ 65 starts at 6:30 p.m. in the
Dellwood Community Center. `Tonight:
t'overed dish supper; election of officers.
*The City of Jacob's regular council meet-
ing begins at 7 p.m. Call 263-6636.
*Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist.Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room. .

October 6 - Tuesday
*The Southieastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit. will be at. Northwest
Florida C'ommunity Hospital -in Chipley, 10
a.m.-3 p~m., or you can donate~ bid~od at the
center, 2503 Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna, IVonday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. Call 526-4403.
*Optimist Club of Jackson. County meets
every first atid third Tuesday, at hoon, in Jim's`'
Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
*Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior ~Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028. .*
The Jackson County Fair is Oct. 6-10.
Gates open at5 I.m.; midway rides start at 6

p.m. G~ate admission is $5 per person all.
Week; babies in arms get in free. Arm bands
available. Free circus' on the midway nightly.
Tuesday: Swine Showmanship Contest at 1
p.m.; ~Swine Sale at 6:30 p.m. Call 482-3744.
H ope School PTO and School Advisory
Council meets at 6 p.m. in the new cafeteria.
Light refreshments served.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Tuesdays, 8 to 9 pim., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

October 7 Wednesday
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be` at the Chipola
College n-ursing department,.8 a.m.-2. p.m., or
you can donate blood at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive in Marianna, Monday
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-
Jackson Hospital's MedWheels-on-the-
Move program-stops by Sneads City Hall, 10
a.m.-3 p.m., with free glucose and cholesterol
screenings. Clinical Health Coach available on
first-come, first-served basis. Call 718-2661.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.
.* A Sweet 16 meeting for parents of Sneads
SHigh School sophomores starts at 3:30 p.m.
in Hope Campbell's classroom.
The Jackson County Fair is Oct. 6-10.
Gates open at 5 p.m.; midway rides start at 6
p.m. Gate admission: $5 per person all week;
babies in arms, free. Ar~m bands available.
Free circus on midway nightly. Wednesday:
4H/FFA Ag Judging Co'ntest -9:30 a.m.;
SRabbit/Poultry Youth Showmanship Contest -
3;30; p~m.; Beef Showmanship Contest -6
p.m. Call 482-3744.

October 4 Suinday
I Can Grow Inc, presents Fall Farm Days
through Oct. 31 Monlday-Saturday, 9 a.m.
to dusk; and Sunday, 1 p.m. to dusk at
Majestic Oak Farm, 2035 Palmview Road in
Cottondale. Daily: Applle bobbing, orchard
tours (school/church groups welcome).
Weekend: Pedal cart rides, fishing, cider mak-
ing demos, barbeque and other vedors, horse
drawn wagon rides ($1.0; children under 2
free) and tractor-pulled hay rides ($7; chil-
dren under 2 free). Call 352-4879.
*The McClain family reunion starts at 10
a.m. in the Alford Community Center. Bring
bats, gloves for the ball tourney; and gifts for
the ticket table. Call 482-6651 or 209-9239.
*There will be a Project Graduation meet-
ing for~ parents of Sneadls High Schopl sen-
jors, 2:30 p.m. in the $HS library.
The Irene V. Blaine Memorial Scholarship
committee will have a program at Magnolia
A.M.E.~ Church, 3802 Missouri ~Road,
Marianna, at 3.p.m. The Rev. Steve Marshall
will speak, and the first scholarship recipient
will be announced. Refreshments `served.

October 5 Monday -
*The Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden Club
meets at the Log Cabin'in Sneads for its reg-
ular meeting.iBusiness meeting at 10 a.m.,
followed by a Dutch treat lunch at Pappy
*The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Movie Gallery in
Marianna, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., or you can donate
blood at the center, 2503 Commercial Park
Drive in Mariannit, Monday through Friday, 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. Call`526-4403.
*The board of AARP Chapter No. 3486
meets at 1:30 p.m. in the Marianna library.
The Jackson County Adult Education
School Advisory Council meets at 2 p.m. in

more than 20 grams of
marijuana, possession of
drug pjaraphernalia, drivingg
while license
-Victor Paz, 53, 2737
Penn Ave., Mariamria, dis-
orderly conduct.
-Michael Cooley, 37,
630 Blueberry Drive,
Grand Ridge, hold for
Calhoun County.
: :~-Morquetes Calhouo,
19, 2769. Leland Road,
Marianna, carrying a con-
cealed weapon.
-Abranda Ward, 33,
4044 Veterans Road,
Cottondale, hold `for
Calhoun County.
-Timothy Dykes, 37, PO
Box 285, Bristol, traff~ick-
ing in hydrocodone. intro-I
duction of contraband into
a state facility.


To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call- 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

The Marianna' Pohice done
Department listed the fol- two
lowing incidents for Oct. 1 ~two
and 2, the latest available bu~rgl;
reports: Five traffic acci- ditch.
dents, one suspicious inci- report
dent, four suspicious per- tratio
sons, one-highway obstruc- c~omp
tion, one disturbance, one son,
drug case, three bur- .
glar alarms,. one 7~' -
panic alarm, two ibr- ,,~ ~pc
cemies, one vandal- ~----
ism complaint, one* ltME
obscene/threatehing c-
phone call complaint, two erty,
loud noise complaints, .one one h
cat complaint, one dog .way/r
complaint, one retail hospice c
theft/gas skip, ,six agency parked
assists, six public service .matio
calls, one patrol request, nies,
one warrant served, 16 traf- son,
frc stops, two felony batter- found
ies, two disabled vehicles one I
and one 911 hangup:. comp
ice ci
The Jackson County cious.
Sheriff's'Office listed the cle
following incidents for threat
Oct. 1 and 2, the latest dents,

tble reports: Six aban-
d vehicles, 12 alarms,
animal control calls,
agency assists, two
aries, one car in a.
,one child abuse
t, three criminal regis-
ns, two vandalism
laints, one dead per-
three disturbances,
one armed distur-
barnce,~ three~ drug
Investigations, 22
EWIS calls, seven fin-
gerprints taken, one
11re, one found prop-
,ong~ funeral escort, .
harassment, one high-
oqad obstruction, one
ce death, one illegally
d vehicle, five infor-
n reports, four larce-
one ~meritally ill per-
one missing person
I, one patrol request,
prowler/peeping tom
laint, two public serv-
alls, one pursuit, one
theft/gas skip, one
re attempt, five suspi-
complaints, three
:s, four traffic acci-
15 traffic stops, six

transports, three trespass-
ing complaints, one viola-
tion of injunction, three
warrant arrests, three reck-
less drivers one 911
hangup arid one gang-relat-
ed incident. .

The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jdil during the latest
reporting period:
-Clifton Bryant, 42,
4299 Sylvania Plantation
Road, Greenwood, know-
ingly driving while license
-Rosilynne Brown, ,26,
2673 Highway 73,
Marianna, aggravated
assault with a motor vehi-
cle, domestic battery; *
-James Brown Jr.,' 29,
2673 Highway 73,
Marianna, domestic battery.
-Christopher Davis, 21,
6183 Fort Road,
Greenwood, violation of
state probation.
-Rueben Hill, 35, 3131
Whitesville Road,

Marianna, aggravated bat-
tery on a pregnant victim,
violation of community
control. .
-Jonlathan Faircloth, 26,
6353 BlIte Arrow Drive,
Dellwood, battery (domes-
'tic violence), battery on
emergency medical per-
sonnel, breach of the peace.
(disorderly conductt,
resisting an officer without
-Timothy Henley, 40,
518 Chattahoochee: St.,
Chattahoochee,. two counts
of non-payment of child
-Raymond Hicks, 53,
5493 Brown St.,. Lot B,
Graceville, non-payment of
child support.
-Alberto Hernandez, 21,
1610 North St.,
Cottondale, no driver's
license, tag attached not
assigned, no registration.
-Michael Burns, 30,
7964 'Pope St.,' Sneads,
driving while hecense sus-
-Carl Radau, 31,. 2630
Lovewood Road,
Cottondale, possession of


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It's not easy for some of our citi-
zens to cope with the scrutiny it takes
to be strong, positive examples to
In fact, the more visible and out-
going you are, the more you will be
observed by others.
Maybe that's why some of those in
positions to be ~positive'examples to
others prefer to live the "good life" in
When I see how much the world
has changed in a negative way, I real-
ize how important the influences
around us from birth and throughout
our lives really are.
In many cages the lack of leader-
ship and discipline by pareh~ts m our
homes has led to dysfunctional situa-
tio th the high divorce rate in this
country, and the splitting up of so
many families, what do we as a
nation have to look forward to? I feel
that if we don't begin making seri-
ous, rapid changes, life for us all will
become more stressful. '
There will be a need for more con-
cern about those we live near, work
with, socialize with and interact with
during our daily routines.
Have you noticed how we are see-
ing more men dating men, women
dating women and same-sex mar-
riages (where permitted) throughout
the country?
SOur children are put in situations
at times over' which they have no
control. If you believe in "The
Word," the family was meant to con-
sist of a male and female who were
to multiply by having children.
Currently, confusion abounds in
many ways.



ShrileL A. Sylvester Pittman
Celebrte 55ith Birthday
YWe hope tAls dtay is as special
as Yon are and thalt th~e years
- conetnue to be good to youc.

Ijour oloving children,
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Call u's with a date and
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nity services to ease the
transitional process.
Chipola Nursing Pavilion
undesrsands that moving
into a nursing home, eveh
temporarily, constitutes a
significant change in the.
wa of life for new residents.
That's why it is their goal to
make this as accommodat-
ing as possible. Some things
that CNPRC provide to hell
with this transition are pri.-
vate and semi private rooms, ~
involved and caring staff,
daily activities and exercise
groups, expansive courtyard
and covered porches, beau-
ty/barber services, special-
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the grandson of Buddy
Kirkland of Marianna, Doris
and Tommy Parker of
Sycamore, and Sam and Betty
McDaniel of Girand Ridge.
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David and Wa!nda Cla v~tord
of Chattahoo:lchee, nd Ralph
anid Blzenda Mc~aie~ll of
Duncan; Oklahoma, announce
the engagement of their son
lohn McDaniel of Duncan,
Oklahoma' (formerly of
Sneads) to Keri LeAnn
Mormow of Duncan,
Oklahoma. She is the daughter
cd Wan oand Kathy Christian

Paternal~ grandparents
are Houston andl Patricia
Hill of Sneads.
Great-grandparents are
Hayes Dickens and the
late Anhie Mildred
Dickens of Stneads; Sarah
D. Stewart of
Elizabethtown, N.C.; the

lS ead an dth~ei: lae
Rufus and Louise
LR tinger of Grand

Eric and Pam Hill of
Sneads announce the
birth of a daughter,
Addyson Ainsley Hill, on
Dec. 18 at 5:05 p.m. at
Capital Regional Medical
Cen br h, sh weed 6
pounds 7 ounces and was
19%/ inches in length.
7.She joins a sister, Alli,
Maternal grandparents
kre far dand ebbie


turns 1 .

Morgan Balcy Hunter of
Sneads celebr~ated her first
birthday on Tuesday, Sept.
15, 2009.
She is the daughter of
Olen and Krystal Hunter of
Her grandparents are
Charles and Gail Hunter of
Seeads, and Faye Dale of INiorgan Baley
Marianna. Hunter

Freni turns 3
Ella Freni recently cel-
ebrated her third birthday
with a pizza party at the
home of her grandparents,
;I~r.Joe and Kaye Freni of
.... Ella is the daughter of
~-~E~David and Elaine Frent of

u ~~da h~te ofsol e Dfi
of Tallahassee, and John
and Louise. Daffin of
Ella Freni Georgia.

Varnum turns 6

Isabella Varnum of
Grand Ridge celebrated
her sixth birthday on Sept.
24, 2009.
She is the.daughter of
Kevin and Jessica ~Varhum
of Grand Ridge, and big
sister to Sophia.
Grandparents are
Inocente and Abbie
Olvera of Chattahoochee;-
Donnie ~and Cathy Curlee
of Blountstown; and
Harry Varnum qf

Partners for Pets
has these pets, and
many other great cats
and dogs, waiting to
be adopted.
You can meet them
`in person, at the shel-
ter, located at 4011
Maintenance Dr., in
Marianna. You may
also call 482-4570
for more information
or visit www.part-
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that child the balance needed by
being around others of the same gen-
Sder when possible, that child could
have an identity crisis.
If we as adults want to present a
positive image to our children and
others, there are times that changes
in our lifestyle are necessary.
There was a situation in my own
life that taught me how important it
is to control how we act.
During a very competitive basket-
ball game my son was playing, I
noticed when he was called out of the
game by the coach for a break or a
replacement his intensity caused
him to display an unpleasant attitude.
"What's wrong with that boy?" I
asked my wife. She looked at me and
replied quickly, "He's been watching
you and how intense you get whqn
oosur compete (I wasn't a pleasant
That small incident made a big
impression on me, and I realized I
had to be careful' how I reacted
around my children and others.
We all have our personalities, and
they can varyr widely. Our convrersa-
tions, language, attitudes and body
language are all major parts of our
These collective parts of our per
sonalities can lead others to come to
a positive or negative view of us.
Each of us is responsible for our
actions and the way we present our-
selves to others.
If you're wondering what's hap-
pening to our children and the youth
of today, why not take a long, hard
look at yourself.
It's definitely time for us as adults
to take a long, hard look at ourselvtis
and take some responsibility for thie
actions of the future generation.

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When male children are raised by
their mothers because their father is
locked up, or because he is not a
responsible person, it can cause con-
fusion in that child's mind. ,
Instead of seeing- the male pres-
ence that should normally be there\
that male is raised observing and
learning, in many cases, from a
female perspective.
It's sad to sa'y, but many of our
young men don't have a positive
male role model mn their lives; th~ere-
fore they don't kilow what it takes to
be a real man.
On the other hand, the same type
of unbalance can occur when a
female is raised under the influence
of a man,
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Pets on Parade


Maddie Smith of Sneads
celebrated her second birth-
day on Sept. 20, 2009.
She is the daughter of
Tabitha Granger and John
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Habitat for Humanity

to host auction, dinner

dinner and auction; $25 at the
door. The silent auction is
scheduled for 4:30 to 6:15
p.m., followed by the smoked
steak dinner at 5 p.m. and the
live auction at 6:30 p.m.
For more information or
tickets, call the Jackson
County Habitat for Humanity
office at 482-2187, or stop by
Sthe Habitat thrift store.

'The 'Jackson County
Habitat for Humanity Auction
and' Smoked Steak Dinner
will be held Thursday, Oct. 29
at the Jackson- County
Agricultural Conference
Center on Pennsylvania
Avenue in Marianna.
Advance tickets are $20 for

The Are'a Agency on
Aging for North Florida Inc.
is currently seeking an older
adult from Jackson,
Jefferson, and Taylor coun-
ties to represent seniors on
its Advisory Council. .
The Council's responsibil-
ities include interacting with
the local senior citizens cen-
ter, assisting in resolving
complaints from local citi-
zens, representing the Area
Agency on Aging at local
events and assisting the
board~ of directors by serving

On Committees, task forces
and coalitions. Meetings are
held four times a year in
Those interested are asked
to contact the Area Agency
on Aging for North Florida
at 850-488-0055.
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Aging for North Florida Inc.
is a private not-for-profit
organization, charged with
the responsibility of admin-
istering agid'g programs in
14 North Florida counties
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The~ Chipola College
Chamber Chorus invites all
area singers to join with the
chorus in singing a portion of
their upcoming Fall Concert.
Rehearsals will be held
Monday evenings from 6 to 8
p.m., Nov. 2, 9, and 16, and
Saturday, Nov. 21, at 10 a.m.
The performance is set for
Sunday, Nov 22, at 2:30 p.m.,
in the Chipola Arts Center.
Ha 1pr gram will include
benediction byPetem b tin

mv mnts fn Cro atei
Anthems 2and 3.

The Chamber Chorus is
under the direction of
Bethany Kiral and accompa-
nied by Dr. Joshua Martin.
"It is always such a pleas-.
ure to have community
members participate with
us," said Joan Stadskley,
director of fine and perform-
ing arts.
Music, rehearsal CDs and
other information will be
available beginning ~Oct. 12
for pick-up in the Music
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Ministries Director Fred Cook.

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After successfully com-
pleting the admission
reqluirements of the Florida
Bar Association, Malone
native LaDray Gilbert was
given the oath of attorney
at the Jackson County
Courthouse on Sept. 23.
The oath was administered
inl a courtroom by Judge
Brantley S. Clark in front
of a small group of
Gilbert's family and
LaDray is a 2000 honor
graduate of Malone High
School. He is also a 2004
graduate of the Florida
A&M University School of
Business and Industry mn
Tallahassee. He completed
his Juris Doctorate at
Florida A&M University
College of Law in Orlando.
He is the son of Johnnie
Lee and Carnell: Gilbert.
His paternal grandparents
are the late English and
Eldest Gilbert. His mater-
nal grandparents are the
Heis teeanodds n ofU~ls s
and the late Glenda Dudley.

The Marianna Duplicate
Bridge Club plays bridge
on Monday afternoons in
the St. Luke's Episcopal
Chuich Parish Hall. For the
week of Sept. 28, the win-
ners were as follows:
First place Lois
Stanwaity of: Newton, Ala.,
and Barbara Wasdin of
Dothan, Ala.
Second place Kurt
Opferman of Dellwood,
and Douglas Parker of
Third place Libby
Hutto and John Lewis, both
of Maianna.

each, and cool weather fertilizer and irri-
gation needs.
Raised, vertical and regular in-ground
planting will be demonstrated outside, so
dress accordingly.
Registration is required, and the regis-
tration deadline is Friday, Oct. 9. Cost for
the program is $1() per person, which
includes all reference materials, snacks
arid door prizes.
Pre-paid registrants will be entitled to
two door prize tickets.
Call the Extension Service at 482-9620,
or e-mail them at jacksonmg@ifas.ufl.edu.

The Jackson County Extension Service
and the Jackson County Master Gardeners
will present an evening class on plantirig
late fall and winter vegetables.
The Oct: 15 class will be conducted at
the Jackson County Conference Center,
2741 Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna:
Check-in begins at 5:30 p.in., and the pro-
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Topics covered will include which veg-
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what type of planting, method is .best for

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Chipola presidentDr
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the jury retiredl to deliber-
S"I didn't know which
way it would go," he said.
"IT felt it could go either
way. I. felt we'd dlone the
best we could do, but the
rest wals.in the hands of
the jury,
He said he is relieved
now that it is over.
"I. certainly feel that
now the family, the com-
i munity and the officers
can have a certain amount
of closure," Roberts said.
"Those of us who worked
on the case put ~a lot of
our heart and soul into it,
and this mdans a lot to us.
Those children did not
deserve what happened to
them. They were inno-
cents ."
Roberts said he has
some hope Williams'
conviction may make it

possible. for law enf~orce-
ment to gather more
information in the case.
"I wouldn't say I'm 100
percent convinced that
someone else was
involved, but we know
there was some evidence
that suggests that it's very
possible," he said. "This
may lead us to getting
more information and if it
does, we'll pursue it."
Roberts also said prose-
cutor Larry Basford's
exacting methods
throughout his involve-
ment in the case were
key to obtaining a guilty
"He was very demand-
ing on what he wanted us
to check out, very exact-
ing It's very` complex
case, not something you
can just look at a grasp,"
roberts said. "It's some-

thing you have to really
work on and he was very
aware of that. It took a lot
of people, and a lot of
cooperation from the
community. I want to
thank the community, too,
for its patience. It took
some time, a lot of work,
and I know some people
might have thought we
were too slow, or even too
fast, but the community
hung in there with us."
Basford, too, had words
.of praise.
He said the law
enforcement community
could be proud of work-
ing as a team to bring
Williams to justice.
Asked Friday whether he
felt, at the end of the trial,
that he would prevail,
Basford said "I was conft-
dent that God's will
would be done."

four years of their lives
were focused on the case,
The two said they'd be
spending some quiet time
together over the next fecw
days to process what hap-
pened Friday morning,
"The fact, that we got
the killer of three babies,
it's a burden off my
shoulders, and more
importantly, it's justice
for those children," Virgil
Watson said.
Roberts, 'Marianna's
chief of police when the-
killings occurred, praised
Watson and all~tlie other
officers involved, both
inside and outside the
department. Many agen-
cies assisted in the case,
he said, and helped lead
to its successful conclu-
Rdberts said he wasn't
sure what to expect when

~J made the right decision,
and their hopes soared
When the panel returned
in roughly two hours.
"I was telling my wife
C~Vthat it had to be in our
favor, with them coming
back so quicklyy" Baker
said. "We just prayed
C) har~d."
Asked what the verdict
O means to them, Stephanie
Baker said simply, "Peace
Sof mind."
Emotions also ran high
Ifor some of the local la1\v
~Penforcement officers
involved in the investiga-
rCtion. .
(D Case agent Virgil
Watson wept as the ver-
dicts were read. He was
assigned to the lead role
while still: working for ~the
9)Marianna Polipe
rCDepartment. He- contin-
(Dued in that capacity even
.after he went to work for
p)Jackson County Sheriff
-Lou Roberts, his old boss
with the Marianna police.
His wife, Karen, said
-her husband had beer
--"eating, sleeping and
drinking the case" since
the start. In fact, both
worked for the Marianna
police when the killings
occurred on March '17,
2005, and they supported
each other as the ensuing






a.m. (around the time the killings are
believed to have occurred). He didn't
do this."
She and a group of friends gathered
in front of the courthouse to talk
about what they believe to have been
a gross miscarriage of justice.
They noted the lack of clear physi-
cal evidence against Williams, and
some thought the jury acted in haste
and error because they were tired,
hungry or prejudiced by pre-trial pub-
licity or other ~faqtors.
Defense attorney Walter Smith said
Friday he was not surprised by the
seven guilty verdicts four for first
degree murder and three for aggravat-
ed child abuse handed down
against client Wesley Williams. He
said he had prepared his client long
ago for the decision.
Smith, who maintained throughout
the trial that the state's case was weak
and questionable at best, said evi-
dence wasn't the real challenge. He
said knew he would have a great deal
of difficulty overcoming an intangi-
ble in the case emotion.

"I told Wesley Williams. a year ago
She was going to be convicted,
because they wanted to convict him
bad enough," Srnith said. "Going in,
the odds were against us. In my expe-
rience, juries don't decide these
things on science. They react to more
human elements.. Statements by
police, like 'he told me he did it,' and
'he was mad at her,' and 'he didn't
show the right emotion,' these are the
*most difficult things to overcome."
The young age of three of the vic-
tims was also a factor, he said.
"The fact that these were children,
all of these things played a role. They
didn't want to take a chance of setting
someone free who they were afraid
might have killed these babies,"
Smith said after the verdict.
The conviction will bb appealed,
Smith said, likely to the Florida
Supreme Court.
If Judge Bill Wright imposes the
death penalty, Smith said that would
would automatically make Williams
eligible for an appeal before the high

She said she and the relative on the
jury don't get along particularly well.
A primary defense witness in the
case, Kelly believes this may be ade-
quate grounds for appeal because, she
said, the jurors involved did not dis-
close the relationships during the
panel selection process. *
Kelly said she didn't reveal this
information before the trial herself
because no one askea her.
She said she will stick by Williams
throughout the appeals process, and
hopes he will one day be set free so
they and their children can continue
as a family.
Outside the courthouse, Kelly cried
tears' of anger and disbelief as` the
news of Williams' conviction sank in,
"I'm devastated, shocked," she
said. "How could they say he's
guilty? He.didn't do this, and there
was no evidence. No evidence at all. I
would not stay with a man that could
have -killed his kids. I wouldn't
expose my children to him if I had
any doubt about his innocence what-
soever. He was home with me at 3

though shareholders. in
some banks have been hit
hard, Scott said.
'I don't know of a depos-
itor who has lost a dime in
those failures," he said.
"Som'e .shareholders have
lost, but not depositors. .
He said the recent dect-
sion to make banks pay a
special assessment for
deposit insurance "is the
best thing that could have
.happened to us." Scott
noted that it is the banks,
not the depositors, who pay ~
for that insurance.
Scott said the current
mess is not because the
country didn't have enough
financial regulation, but
because the regulatory sys-
tem failed.
SHe said warnings were
issued at various time, but
were ignored.
He also noted that the
derivatives used to package
mortgages are overseen by
divisionn of the
Department of Agriculture,
the Commodity Futures
'Trading Comnmission. Scott
said this. needs to be
addressed, as USDA 'is
probably .not ,the ;place
agency. to do~ this,
Scott said he is con-
cerned by proposals' to cre-
agte a financial consumer
protection agency. He pre-
Sdicted it would simply cre-
ate more` paperwork and
more rules.
"'Everything we do as a
bank tbday is regulated,
either by the state or feder-
al government," he said.
This even extends to law
'enforcement.. Scott said
banks are required to sub-
mit the name of every new
customer to: determine
whether or not they are ter-
The sector doesn't need
more regulations, he said,
adding he' would prefer it if
government would simply
make the regulations easier
for customers to under-

'"Those (assets) are peo-
ple's homes, people's jobs,
people's businesses," he
said. .
TARP was designed to
take those assets off .the
books of banks, Fannie and
Freddie, but "that never
happened," Scott said.
Instead, the country's
largest banks were called m
:and told they were taking
the money. Scott said this
was done to avoid the stig-
ma banks might have faced
if they had accepted, or not
accepted, TARP funds.
Scott said Superior was
the 73rd bank in the coun-
try to take TARP funds,
"but without it, we -would
have been unable to make
$1.2 billion in loans last
year." He said Superior
expects to lend a similar
amount this year.
The flip side, he said, is
that TARP money comes
with strings attached.
He said people worry
about whether the govern-
ment arid by extension,
taxpayers will ever get
Their money back. In the
case of banks, `they- will
have paid $15 billion iri
dividends to the ~federal
government this year.
SScott said Washihgton i's
even making it -difficult for
'banks to repay the money,
because it wants t6 make
sure the banks don't really
need to hang on to it.
And while approximately
100 banks have failed this
year, "you will not lose
money on your. investment
in banks," Scott said.
His own bank, ~which is
traded on the Nasda~q
exchange, reported a sec
ond quarter loss of $3.8
million. This included a
$900,000 assessment for
the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporatiori and
a $2.6 million -after-tax
accounting charge for mort-
gage-backed securities.

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Marianna Chapel
Fuiteral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Mariana ad 32446


JRaleS Lewis

James Lewis paBssed away
-on Frid y, Oct. 2, 2009, in
Jackson County. ~Arrange-
ments are incomplete and
will be announced by Ma-
rianna Ch el:; Funeral
Home a
SExpressions of sympathy
may be submitted onlin ~at
wwhyr.mariannach Iefh.com
Vamn Fuineral Honrie-
4265 St. Aridrew St..
Mariasinna, FL 32448

Robert Tannier

Mr. RobertE Tanner, 94, of
Cottondale departed this
life on Oct. -1, 2009, at his
Mr. Tanner was a native
of Cottoadale, and a retired
The funeral service will
be at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct.
6, at the Second West Bap-
tist Association building
with the Revs. Thomas For-
wtard, Dwighit Cockerham,
`Marvin 'Henderson and
Claude Holden officiating.
Interment will be in the
Moui Olive Cmmunit

Home is in chai-ge obf ar-
Mr. Ttanneril, rli in `red

noon until time for t~he fu-
.:.The. family will receive
.fed3' OMonday, Oct. 5,
19r. Tanner~leaves to cher-
ish his memories five sons:
Creola Tanner and wife
Betha, an I~wood Tan-
of Cottondale, ithe. Rev.
Robert Tanner Ti. and wife
Ida, and Willis Tanner and
wife Lillie Ruth, both of
Marianna, and 5Wilbert
Tanner and wife Dorathy,
of Orlando; four daughters,
Eva Mae Forward arid hus-
band the Rev. Thomas For-
ward, and ~Christine Siples
and husband Donald, both
of Cottondale, Vera Mae
Tanner Calhioun of Marian-
na, and Earline Hendersoh
and husband ~Emmarniel,
of Jacob City; a sisters Mag-~
gie Powell, and a brother,
Otto Tanner, both of Ma-.
rianna; & numerous grand-
children, great grandchil-
dren, great great grandchil-
dren, nieces, nephews,
cousins and dear friends.

Vann Funeral Home
4265 St. Andrew St.
Marianna, FL 32448

Ma ge *

Mrs. Maggie P. Atwater,
96, of -Marianna departed
this life on Oct. 1, 2009, in
the Courtyard Rehabilita-
tion and Nurging Center.
She was a member of the
St. James A.M.E. Church
and a retired educator of
the Jackson County School
Board. .
The funeral service will
be at noon Tuesday, Oct. 6.
at the St. James A;.M.E*
Church, with the Revs.
Frances Menchion, Linda
Ellis, William Harvey, and
Marque Woodard officiat-
ing. Interment will be in
the Orange Hill Cemetery.
Vann Funeral Home is in
cliarge of arrangements/
Mrs. Atwater will lie in re-
pose at the church from 11
a.m. until tinie for- the fu-
neral service.
The viewing will-be from
4 to 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 5-
Mrs. Atwater leaves to
cherish her precious mem-
onies her daughter, Dr. Car-
rie Baker of Panama City;
two nieces, Betty Ellis of

Mener rook dof Dta ta
two nephews, Robert Pen-
der (Sarah) of Marianna,
and Calvin Pender of At-
lanta; three ~grandnieces;
two gr~eat-gralidnieces; six
great-grandnephews; and a
host of other pieces, neph-
ews, cousins and' dear
friends. ~

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafa ette St.
Mari~aona, 33232446

~ROS18 L. .

Rosie L. Hamilton, 89, of
Grand Ridge died~ Thurs-
day, Oct. 1, 2009, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
A native and lifelong resi-
dent: of Jackson County,
she waS a member of the
Providence Bap'tist Church,
loved the .outdoors,.and
her favorite tIhings .were
fishing, gardening and
flowers. She was praised by
inany as the best cook in
Jackson County.
Mrs. Hamilton .was pre-
ceded in death by her hus-
band, Evelyn Hamilton; a
son, Kelly Hamilton; and a
stepson, Harold Hamilton,

Survivors include one
son, Richard Ellis Hamnilton
and wife Doris, of Grand
Ridge;' one stepson, the
Rev. Johnnie Hamilton and
wife Maxine, of Marianna;
three daughters, Margie
Ann Hamilton of Grand
.Ridge, Thelma Smith of
Virginia Beach, Va., and Al-
lie Ruth' Blair of South Jor-
dan, Utah; one stepdaugh-
ter, Lillie Newsome and
husband Joe, .of Panama
Oity; two sisters, Ruby Scott
of Morehaven, anid Thaine
Tripp of Arcadia; and sev-
eral grandchildren. .
.The graveside funeral
service will be at 10 a.m.
Monday, Oct. 5, at Carpen-
ter Cemetery, with the Revr.
Jack Howell officiating and
interment at Cai-penter
Cemetery, James & Sikes
Funeral Homue Maddox
Chapel directing,
The farrily will~ receive
friends' frorn 6 to 8 p.mi.
Sunday, Oct. 4, at Maddox
.Chapel. .
If desired, contributions
miny be made to Covenant
Hospice of Marianna, 4440
Lafayette St., .Marianna, FL

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FiL 32446

Pegg Mlene


Peggy Alene' Hughes, 64,
of Marianna went home to

dy, Ot. e 20 9, tS~hh d
Hospital at the University
of Flprida in Gainesville, af-
ter a courageous battle

Peg na born in Selma,
Ala., to the Rev. A.B. and
Jessie'Green. Green's min-
istry led the family to ~Cr-
press in the earlyl4960s.
Peggy was a graduate of
Marianna High School and
worked with the Agency for
Persons with' Disabilities,
,from which ~she retired in
January 2007.
She was' an active mem-
ber of the Marianna First
United Methodist Church,
where she taught in the
nursery for 30 years and
was a member of the chan-
cel choir for 45 years. She
was also a member of the
No' Easy Answers Sunday
school class. The Song-
sters, a retirees' singing
group from the church,
was named by Peggy. She
was a perfect example of
hht dab if and mother
shol be in lie.

She was preceded in
death by her parents; and a
brother, Benny Green.
Survivors include her lov-
ing ,and faithful husband,
Bobby Hughes Sr.; one son,
Bobby Hughes Jr. of Mont-
gomery, Ala.; three daugh-
ters, Angie Hughes of Talla-
hassee, Regena Matthews
and husband Nicholas, of
Greenwood, and Alanna
Hugbes-Poole and hus-
band Roger, of Crawford-
ville; three brothers, Terrill
Green of, Gulf Shores, Ala., ~
Donald Green of Saraland'
Ala., and Clayon Green of
DeFuniak Springs; one sis-
ter, Louise Crochran oqf
Wilmer Ala.; and 'folk
grandc ildren, Justen Mat-
thews, Faith Kreiser, Micah
Kreiser and Denita Mat-
.Peggy was very blessed
to have a second family of
brothers and sisters-in-law
SThe funeral -service will
be at 2 p.m. Sunday, ~Oct. 4'
at the Marianna First Unit-
ed Methodist Ch~urch vivith
Dr. Bob McKibben, the
Rev. Bob Calves t and Dave
Barkalow officiating. Burial
wiy follow at Pinecrest Me-
`morial Gar'dens ;with James
and- Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel directing'
The family received friends
at the funeral home on Sat-
urday evening from 6 to 8
In lieu of flowers, memo-
rials may ~be made tq the'
Marianna First United
191ethodist Church Chancel
Choir or, the. First U~nited
Methodist Church;.
Marianna Chapel
SFuneral Home
M39 Lnayet 6


Christine Leavine, 56, of
Caryville passed away on
Friday, Oct. 2, 2009, in the
Washington Rehab and
Nursing Center,
The funeral service will
be Sunday, Oct. 4, at 2 p.m.
at the Pleasant Grove
Methodist Church, the Rev.
Shelly Chandler officiating,
followed by interment in
the Pleasant Grove Meth-
odist Church Cemetery,
Visitation will be one hour
prior to the service.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Hoine is in charge of ar-
E tressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at

to hear the chamber mes-
sage on how important the
outlying communities are
to the success of the entire
county," chamber represen-
tative John Alter said in a

press release about the new
The guest speaker will be
Tom Lewis, news director
of W1HG-TV' in Panama
City. .



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SHS rnoves to 3-1 in

district with 21'-20 win
Mark Lawson completed a 25-yard
touchdown pass to Jeff Davis with 33 sec-
ohds left in the game, and Josh Rogers
added the extra point to give Sneads a 21-
20 win over Jay Friday night at home.
The dramatic final touchdown complet-
ed a 14-point, fourth-qtlarter comeback for
the Pirates. Sneads moved to 3-1 in district
play with the win.
"The big thing we talked about' with the
kids is that the best fighters yXou ever see
are the ones \ivho get up when they get
knocked down," Sneads coach Don
Dowling said after the game. "We got back
11p, played hard and came back. It's a big
win for us!'
After Jay scored to go up 14-0 early in
the fourth period, Davis took the ensuing
kickoff back 75 yards for a touchdown for
the Pirates' first points of the night.
*The-extra point cut the deficit to 14-7.
However, the Royals answered with
another touchdown to go up 20-7 with
eight minutes left in the game.
Jay stopped th~e Sneads offense to get
the ball back. But the Pirates' defense
stepped up to provide the play Sneads
With five minutes left to play, ~Lawson
blitzed from his safety position and sacked
the Jay quarterback, jarring the ball loose.
Jimmy Roberts picked it up and ran 55
yards for a touchdown.
The Pirates' defense came tip with a
stop-on Jay's next possession, to give the
ball back to the offense with one last
chance to win and just over a minute left to
See RALLY, Page 4B >

FLOR:ID:N SronRTS Entros
GRACEVILLE The Blountstown Tigers'
defense scored a touchdown and allowed none
FIriday night, leading the way for a 14-3 -win over
Paul Mosley returned :r;flimbled option pitch 28
yards for a touchdown on Graceville's opening pos-
.session to give Blountstown a 7-0 lead just 2:08 into
~the game.
Charles Buggs tacked on an offensive touchdown
on a 1-yard sneak late in the third quarter for
Blountstown's other score.
Graceville got its only points on a 36-yard field
Goal byJay Parent in the~ third period.
The Blountatown defense was simply too difficult
i to penetrate for much of the niglit.
Graceville managed just .168 ~yards of offense
Despite running 58 plays on the night, to just 33 for
BHS gained just 136 !lads- on~the night itself,
relying on the defense to carry the- visiting Tigers to
the finish line.
"They were forcing us to drive.the length of the
field, and we couldn't sustain drives on them,"
G raceville coach Todd Wertenberger said after the
"They've got a real good team with a lot of speed
on defense., It was hard to move the football on
Graceville controlled the ball for virtually the
entire first period, with Blountstown running just
six total plays to 20 for the home Tigers.
See LOSS, Page 4B >

Chipola's Delwan Grahain (2) is guarded by John Ta lor dur.
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Sneads. running back Mark Lawson runs with the football past a grojup of Bonifay defenders during a game earlier this season.
The Pirates rallied from 13 points down in the fourth quarter Friday night to beat Jay 21-20 in Sneards. The Pirates are now 3-
1 in district play. Floridan File Photo

Gracbville quarterback Jacky Miles gets ~ready to
pitch the ball to a:running ack during a game
against Blountstown Frida;y night i'n Graceville.
-- Mark Skinner/Floridan

8-!, ar D run early in the second
per-iodl to put the. Tigers on top 7-0.
Ryan M_1er~s completed a 25-yard
TD pass to tight end Josh Smith for
'Chipley's second score of the quar-
terl to give the Tigers a 14-0 half-
time ledld.
Johnny Watford scored from 2
yards out in the third period to
round out the scoring for Chipley.
"The defense played good, but
they've donp a good job all year,"
~Armstrong Isaid. "We've just, had
trouble scoring a lot of points.
(Against Cottondalle) we were able
to finish a couple of drives, and we
took advantage of ~those opportuni-
ties that you can't leave out there to
"The kids played hard like
they've been doing all year. We
played our most complete game all
year, which is why we were able to
put, some points up."
Armstrong said it was a relief' to

get that first n~ in under~ his belt with
the` Tiger- Chiples sufferedd aI hert-
brcaking 6-3 loss to Bloum~statt II in
their last gaEIL.
'.It a somecthlng that~ we~'\ been'
waiting .on and hoping it would
happen," the coach said. "It's good.
to get that behind us and maybe we
can start building on that, start con-
centrating on the little things we
need to do to-get better."
The Tigers open their district sea-
son Oct. 9 at home against Walton.
A4rms~trong said he was relieved
his team.won't have to go~ into that
game still searching for its first win.
"Thank goodness we're playing a
I lot better than a month ago," the
coach said. "That's what we want to
be doing when district starts.-
"Hopefully, this' will give us a lit-
tle confidence with a win under our
belts. Now we can turn it up and
start fixing everything we've been
doing \ro~ngl.

FLORIDAN Sil....1; ErI.IvR<

The Chipley Tigers got their first
win under first-year' =coach' Rob
Armstrong Friday night, blanking
the Cottondale Hornets 20-0 in
Chipley came into the game at 0-
3, while the' Hornets were also
looking for their first win at 0-4
Unfortunately for ~th: Horniets.
they'll have to wait until the
Homecoming matchup with
Jefferson County Oct. 9 for another
try at a win.
The Tigers dominated Friday
night with defense, coming up with
a second straight outstanding per-
Chipley held Blountstown to just
six points in a loss Sept. 18, but the
Tigers got enough offensive support
against the Hornets for the win.
Shonquelle Swain scored on an

Cottondale's Dalton Crose (60) chases down a Chiipleyba-
carrier during a game Friday -night in Cottondale. hpe
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"Hard7 work,
commitment, and
dedication are evidenced
in the improvement
many Of the girls have
mzde. "

--Sheila Roberts'
Sneads coach

games to one.
Game one was 25-17 win for the
Lady Tigers while game two went .
to Sneads 25-19. In game three it
Swas a 15-8 victory for the Lady
Tigers to seal the victory.
In game one, Brandy Strickland
scored four service points, with
Savanna Owens adding three.
In game two, Jenna Sneads,
Ashley Rogers, and Brandy
Strickland` all recorded four service.
points. FreShman Blaire Edenfield
and Alex Maphis picked up two
service points each.
Following the game, Sneads
coach Sheila Roberts praised the
efforts of her junior varsity squad.
"Jenna Sneads and Christen
Howell, did a great job blocking,"
~h'e saidl. "They are trying to learn
new offensive and defensive strate-
gies, as well as mastering important
skills, position, and what it ~will
take~to become champiotis.
"Hard work, comnutment, and
dedication are evidenced in the
improvement many ,of' theta girls
have made."

The Sneads Lady Pirates volley-
ball.team appearrs to be unstoppable
this season after posting yet anoth-
er district winl Thursday to remain
undefeated in league play.
The latest Lady Pirates victim
was the Blountstown Lady Tigers,
giving Sneads a 9-0 record in the
district and 16-2 overall'
Sneads~ won games onk and two
25-21 and 25-16, before falling 25
21 in the third game to force a
In game: four, it was all.Snd'ads
wiith a 25-13 thrashin'g of
Senior Tiffany Gu~erra in the set-
ter positioil recorded 42 assists
while adding to ace serves.
Middle blocker Jordan Jackson
stymied the Lady Tiger offense
with four sqlo blocks arid two block
It was Meagan Smith leading the
team in kills with 24, followed by
Ashlejr Smith with 14 kills. .
Junior Kara Alford picked up
five kills, two blocks and .seven
block assists. Sierra. Hewett, anoth-
er junior, recorded two kills from
the right side and one ace serve.
Defensively for the Lady Pirates,
it was A~shley Smith with seven
digs and senior libero Bridgett,
Dawson recording six digs of her
own during the match.
Emily Jones .and Caitlin
McCaffrey came off the bench and
combmned for six passes,
The junior varsity Lady Pirates
fell just short of a win, -losing 2

Marianna's Tre Jackson (4) gets tackled by a Bay defender dur-
inga gme arler hisseason. The Bulldogs' lost to Liberty
Con37-15 on the road Friday night to fall to 3-2 on the sea-
s~o~n. TFe Build gs next travel to Pensacola to take on Catholic in
a ey district bate. Flri an Fi e Poto


ted to the Trojans. .p~h R
Montgomery's former coh, Rb
Armstrong, who left to become- coach at
Chipley late this summer, is also a Troy gradu-
"They were all on me," Montgomery said.
"They were pushing and shoving itle trying to
get me to commit. From the teachers to the
coaches, if you need help in something, or need
extra time, they've got your back. I love foot-
ball but know school comes first."
Montgomery has two interceptions through

five games and said he'd likely play cornerback
for the Trojans, though he's a safety~ for
The 6-foot, 185-pound Montgomery said
he'll likely major in business administration
and had offers from Northern Illinois, Marshall,
South Florida, Colorado State, Tulane and
Florida A&M.
The Trojans are placing a premium on sign-
ing defensive'b"acks as four seniors (Courtland
Fuller, Chris Bowens, Justin Bray and Kedric
Manning) graduate from this year's class.

Troy picked up its 13th commitment' of the
2010 class and third from Mar-ianna High
School when defensive back Fidel Montgomery
committed to sign with the Trojans.
"It's just like home," Montgomery said.
"From where I'm from, it's just like a bigger
place. The people: act the same. Everything's
just awesome about it."
Earlier this summer, Marianna teanunates
Dalton Bennett and Tommy Stephens commit-

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Pre-Registration Entry
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573-9410 for more mnfo.
< Recreation Football
Marianna Recreation
Department ~will offer
two tackle football
leagues and one, boys'
flag fci~otball league, aid
will offer girls the oppor-
tunity to 151ay flag foot-
ball. Regigtration for
ages 6-13 will be Oct. 5-
23 from 8 a~m. to 4 p.m-
at The Marianna
Educational and
Recreational Expo
(MERE) located at 3625
Caverns Rd. in
The retgis ra son e for
those who live inside the
city limits ~of Marianna
and $45 for those who
don't. The fee fs3 $45 for
tackle leagues for
Marianna residents and
$60 for those outside the
city. The fee must be
paid with a check or
money order. No cash

from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on
Oct. 19 and Oct. 22. All
participants must bring a
copy of their birth certifi-
cate. The age of all par-
ticipants on' Nov. l of the.
current year will be the
,player's age for thie
entire season. .
Anyone interested in
coaching or officiating
youth football please
r nacttithe eMa ia n
at 850-482-6228 or come
by during registration.ll

~Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
Men's i 7-on-7 Flag
Football League.
Teams may sign up at
The Marianna
. Educational ad

Caverns Rd. 'in
Marianna. Thie re~gistra-
tion fee. of $350:;s due
before the .first contest.
The league, will play a
10-game .schedule with
play starting -- in
November. There will be
a managerst/organizatibn-
al meeting on Oct. 49. at
6 p.ni. at the MERE.
Complex. For more info,.
please contact the MERE
at 850-482,6228.
Girl Scouts Fall
T Irollc tSalecu
Council. o~f the' Florida
Panhandle's (GSCFP)
annual FalldProdauct Irle
Scouts from across the
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peorddee throughsOct
candy products are avail-
able :for purchase
through Nov. 13.
The Fall Product pro-
gram is an important part
of Girl Scoutihg, Just
like Girl Scout Cookies,
the Fall Product sale is a
literacy program that
teaches girls about the
world of business includ-
ing: setting and achiev-
ing goals, and working as

girls have the opportumi-
.ty to participate in the
QSP Time Inc. progrant.
Through this program
girls earn money for their
troop by selling maga-
zine subscriptions and
renewals, often with say-
ings up to 85 percent off
newsstand prices.
The Girl Scott
Council ,of the Florida

Panhandle invites girls
from kindergarten to
twelfth grade, to join the:
adventure and empower
themselves through
courage, confidence and
character, to make the
world a better place.
Currently, the council
serves 7,150 girls and
2,400 volunteers across
19 counties of the
Florida Panhandle. To
volunteers or join Girl
Scouts, contact the local
council office at 850-
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Wednesday Night Mixed
Team Standings
1) Hollis Body Shop 16-8
2) Here -for the Beer 1.6-8
3) DBBLL Trouble 15-9
4) Redwood Bay Lumber 15-9
5) Kindel Lanes Shop 14-10
6) Mr. Bingo 13-11
7) Jay's Gang 11-13
8) Perfection's Car Wash 11-13
9) Split Decision ~8-16
10) Vacancy 1-23

High Team Game- DBBLL 1160
High Team Series- Jay's Gang 3315
High Game,Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
SHigh Game Male- Jay R~oberts 258
High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
High Series Male- Jack Townsell 631

Tuesday Morning Coffee League
W-L .
1) 1001 Uses 22-6
2) Misfits 17-11
3) Davis Optometry 16.5-11.5
4) Champion Tile 15-13
5) Pacers 14 14
6) Jim's Btiffet & Grill 13-15 .
7) Marianna Animal Hospital 12.5-15.5
8) Gazebo 12-16
9) Ja~mes & Sikes :11-17
10) Family Debtistry -'5.5-18.5

High Garne Fertiale- Carmen Breivogel
215 .
High Game Male- Jeff Kindelspire 231
High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
High Series Male- Ray Pumnphr~ey 594
High Team Game- 1001 Uses 945
High ~Team:Series- 1001 Uses 2659

Monday Night Hi Rollers
Team Standings
1) Jackson BP111
2) Whatever Whenever 9-3
3) Now What 7.5-4.5
4) Smith's Grocery 6.5-5.5
5) Mary's Childcare 5-7
6) Vacancy 5-7
7) Wolf Pack 5-7
8) Kindel Lanes 4-8
9) Adam's Funeral Home 3-9.
10) Whoops 2-10

High Team Game- Jackson BP 933
High Team Series- Jackson BP 2688
High Game Female- Ann Barber 2/4
High Game Male- Aaron Walkeri 235
High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
High Series Male- Don Still 621

Tuesday Night Mixed League.
Team Standmigs
1) Our Gang 17-7
2) Grassy Pond Mini Storage 16-8
3) AllState 14-10
4) Dan's Family 14-10
5) Precision 13-11
6) Original Gamners 12-12 .
7) Just Spare Us 11-13
8) Backwoods Bowlers 11-13
9) Sonny 13 B Q 9-15
10) Roll With It 9-15

High Team Game- Precision 971
High Team Series- Precision 2777
High Game Female- Vicki Gaffaney 235
High Game Male- Franco Harris 221
High Series Female-Vicki Gaffaney 692
High Series 19ale- Franco Harris 605

fishing has been pretty good
for sodie anglers lately.
Buzzbaits have taken good
numbers of largemouths early
.and late
Some of the individual fish

hve weihedi a ie we a

rig worn1s may pay off in shal-

laon C rpig comb inatio s
prime baits in deeper water
along the river 'and .creek
Preferred jig colors ai-e black
and dark blue. Fish between 6
and 12 feet.
Crappies ~are domng fairly
well,'but can be hard to catch.
Stay in the stumps and fish
about 12 feet deep.
Both minnows and jigs can
work if patience is exercised.
Catfish have been slow over-
all. Continue to look2 for them
deep (12 to 15 feet) over hard
Large wigglers and stink
baits may produce fair numbers
Sof pan-size cats. -
Bream fishing has tailed off
fishing is fair. Small fish con-
tinue to show up in the grassy
areas early and late.
SWhite buzzbaits and black
Texas-rig worms are good.
Better fish may hit crankbaits
in 12 feet of water in spots.
Some bass may be taken near
the backs of creeks on Rat-L-
Traps and some are biting
around timber and brush piles.
Fish slowly for these fish and
use smaller Texas-rig wqrms.
SCrappie fishing may be good
at times.
Arejes where water is slightly

stained or where stained water
is meeting an area of clearer
water are good spots to look.
Some good fish are being taken
fromn brushy structure at 8 to 15
Both live minnows and jigs

ara beneath bridges are
Bream and catfish are report-

Water conditions- are fair right
now, though the river is up due
to an influx of northern flood
Bass fishing is fair.
Largemouths may be caught
along ledges in spots where the
current is not too great. Fish
jig-and-pig combos an~d -be
Bass fishing up the creeks is
fair also, bjut sporadic ait times.
Use worms and crankbaits
The fishing has slowed con-
siderably near sandbars and
bankside structure.
Catfishing continues good in
most spots up and down the
Some bigger cats have
shown up along. the bluff walls
and near river bends.
Tailwater catfishing is good
most days using frozen shad,
worms, or prepared baits.
Crappies are reported as
slow while bream are fair up
and down .the river on crickets
and worms..
(Generation schedules, pool
levels, and other such mnforma-
tion for area witterways may be
obtained by calling toll-free 1-
888-771-4601. Follow the
recorded instructions alid
access the touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River System.)

biggest dadblas~ted catfish th the
I thought about. that for a
moment, then replied, "Nepe,mne
either. Not now, anyway.
"What do you mean, not now?
he asked.
"Well. gan a lengthy philo-
sophical conversation during
which I told him all about some

o yh oore iey ionuhrdoro 1vea

gerous to life and limb as
noodlin' for giant catfi'sh.and tus-
'sling with the occasional angry
beaver or belligerent reptile. At
least they would have seemed so,
had I not been totally immortal
during that long-ago era.
You folks remember those
times, don't you? You know, back
when we were invulnerably
young, ignorantly, foolish, aid
adherent to the firm belief that
nothing we could ~ever attempt
could possibly do us harm, much
less kill us? Sure you do.
As a youth, I, fearlessly waded
creeks elad ip nothing save cut-
off blue jeans, only occasionally
shod in protective footwear, usu-
ally old, worn-out canvas tennis
shoes offering little more protec-
tion than little-lboy-calloused bare
feet. Armed with a hand-me-
down or hand-hewn -fishing pole
and a cage of crickets scratched
from beneath the pine straw of
Mom's flower beds, I caught
bluegills and r'edfin pickerel by
the stringerful. In the process, I
was also eatenn -alive by yel-
lowflies and' mosquitoes and
came too close too. often cotton-
mouths, bankside yellow jacket
nests; and various other biting or
stinging "obstacles."
I routinely turned over rocks
and logs in the wood, just to see
what might be under them. If a

discovered critter wriggled, I
grabbed it, be it hazard, bug'
worm, or snake. Sometimes it bit
me, occasionally badly enough to
make~ me cry, though never in
plain view of my companions.
I frequently munched berries

ogmized as; safe to consume. I
drank directly from the creek

fr eed tgain sp nd ngp sdst sm
mers looking like the trunk of a
shagbark hickory. I impaled fin-
gers and various other extremities
on rusty fish hooks, tin can lids,
and sliced myself regularly with a
very unsterile pocketknife.
I did all this' and more, usually
within a half-day's fishing trip.
SAnd I did it almost every day, rain
or shine. Through it all, no critter
bite ever became infected, no poi-
sonous fruit, leaf, or root sent me
Sto the ER, and no water-borne
disease contaminated my innards.
Likewise, no tetanus shot was
ever necessary. Good thing, too,
as I would tiever have considered
getting olie.
"So," said my friend after
patiently listerling, "you'd have
gone noodlin' back then?"
"You better believe it," I
answered. "Nothing cotild hurt
me when I was 12."
"Hmm," he thoughtfully stated,
"Strange you feel that way. Don't
I recall how over-protective you
were of your boy when he was
about that age?"
"Nothing strange about it, pal.
It's a scientific fact that immortal
children always belong to some-
one else." .
"Oh, really?"
"Yep." I said. "Just askc any par-
ent you know."
(Email Bob Kornegay at cle-

Not too long ago, a friend and I
watched a public-television docu-
mentary on the primitive pastime
of noodlin'. Okay, okay, it ivas a
slow cay. Too hot to go fishing
and work, well,
that was defi-
nitely ~ot of the

Now, noodlin'
(referred to by

>ln),fr a os
an ancient fish-
ing me hod dat-
ing back too far
for anyone to Bobj Kornegay
remember its
origin. Before hook-and-line, it is
likely` even Neanderthals ~and
beyond practiced'it. Sinyply put* it
is a technique carried out when a
fisherman reaches his hand and
arm into a bankside hole, logjam,
or the like and extracts very large
catfish (usually big old flatheads)
from their hiding places. The sub-
sequent wrestling matches
between these gargantuan fish
and- their :audacious captors are
often sights to behold.
Veteran noodlers have dozens
of tales to tell and most have a
comparable number of scars to
show for their past noodlin
efforts. Extremities that find their
way into catfish hidey holes bear
wounds (old and new) from
encounters with such critters as
biting' beavers and snapping tur-
tles, which are too often fouid
inhabiting the same nooks and
crannies as the catfish.
As my buddy and I leisurely
watched the television broadcast
with great interest and amaze-
ment, he shook his head, turned
to me, and said, "You know,
Hoss, there's no way I could be
talked into doing that, not for any
amount of money or even the

~Unfortunately for Gracev'ill~e, all it
"had~ to show for it was `a seven-point
S*deficit. After the fumble on ~the initial
possession, Gracevills used seven
plays on its next drive to move the ball
past midfield to the Blountstoivin 45-
yard line.
Facing a 4th-apd-4, the Tigers
attempted a fake field goal, but the
play was stopped and Blountstown
took over. After forcing a three-and-
out, Graceville got the ball back and

:::in:-utG ntvll wquarebc
Jacky Miles was stopped less than a
yard short on a 4th-and-3 play at the
Grcvl "'s:::m::2 de hold~the ball
and chew up the clock in the second
period, running another 18 plays, but
ers ee::: .;:: ndpiee.oso~ ~j
a ~spark to start the second half with an
onside kick ~call. The Tigers recovered
to take control of the ball at the
Blountstown 48-yard line.
Graceville moved the ball to the
Blountstown 18s-yard line before the
drive stalled, and Wertenberger called
on Parent to give the Tigers their first
points of the game with 7:34 on the
third quarter clock.
Blountstown took th~e ball at its own
35-yard line on the ensuing drive, then
marched 65 yards on 10 plays in 5:14
with Buggs snieaking it m to cap the
drive. Graceville had another opportu-
nity to cut into the Blountstown lead
early in the fourth quarter taking over
with 9:45 to play at the Blountstown
47-yard line.
However, the Blountstown defense
came up big again and stopped
Graceville on downs.
Blountstown then chewed up 5:39
on the clock before punting and pin-
ning Graceville back at its own 7-yard
line with 2:25 to play.
Graceville fill to 1-3 with the loss,
with district rival FAMU up next Oct.
SPage ~1B 9 in Tallahassee.
Blountstown (4-0) next goes on7 the
t~ job. It roa actn 9H 1PI t ke on st adsd th
:xt week, 68 i}ushing yards on 11 carries, while-
n coming Loron Hoover led Grace~ville with 63
yards on 12 carries. Jeremy Watf'ord
ts .the added 46 yards on 10 rushes and Miles
38 yards on 14 carrica.

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had to convert a 4th-and-12 play
with a completion to Anthony
Dawkins. t
The Pirates finished the drive
with Lawson taking the direct
snap from the, "wildcat" forma-
tion and finding Davis for the

Everybody did a g-rea
was just a team effort.
Sneads (3-2) is off ne
.with district foe Vernor
to town Oct. 16.
Jay (1-2) hos
Yellowjackets Oct. 9.

"Basically, like I told the
coaches, you have to have all
three phases of the game to bc
successful," Dowling said. "The
offense did just enough. We
scored when we needed to, but
the defense came .up big.

game-winning score.
Sneads was held to just. 114
yards of offense for the game.
But touchdowns op defense and
special teams provided the
spark for the Pirates to get the


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Hond TR 30 EX Convection/ 10icro, mi, many upgrades system $11,500 080
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OBO. 334-798-3352 Cocw/cse motion satellite dish, WD. 13500K Loa ed,
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