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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title: Sunday Floridan
Portion of title: Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna Fla
Publication Date: 9/11/2011
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates: 30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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People on the Str~eet


Memories



of9/11
BY LAUREN DELGiADO
Idelgado@jcfloridan,com

The J~ackson County Floridan spoke
to a some people ~about where they
were during 9/11, their feelings during
the attack and the effects it still has on
them now.

On his way to the dentist's office, Tra-
vis Moxley didn't realize what happened
until he. walked in. He
watched with the rest- of
the Sfcoen s the mlaeah
Center tower. Since then'
the Vietnam_ vet said ev~
erything, from the econ-
Moxiey omy tolth war has been
"Every generation likes to have its
own war," Moxley said.
Ann Strickland heard the itews about
the first tower being hit on her way to
la College for her job at
Sprint. She didn't realize
how~ monumental it was
t until she saw the images
on TV.
"It was just a very dev-
Strickland astating-sense of loss to
knowv that our country is
so vulnerable," Strickland said.
A newsbreak on TV alerted Stepha-
nie Sullivant that planes had hit the
sotwin towers. *Immedi-
ately, she said, she felt
Scared for her children
:~~ rr~ and family. ~What would
stop that from happe~n-

Sullivant the military, stationed at
Ft. Campbell, Ky.
"He's doing a good thing,"- Sullivant.

Ten years ago today, Diane Pate was a
court reporter, covering
,Circuit Court Judge Judy
ittman during plea day
of the ~Public Defender
came in and informed
Everyone of what was
Pate happening in New York.
The court recessed, and


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anticipated thiat your country bemng under attack like at
Wreas ze~uld jilter dlown into our community, but it did."
Lou Roberts,
Jackson County Sheriff

the events at the World Trade emotions aside and go on might have been less tense;
Center and with so much still heightened alert to deal with such prankster calls were not
unknown about' the terrorist the bomb threat.
attacks, crews had to set their On any other day, they See PREPARE, Page 9A


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10th Annriversary of Sept. 11


Obama to speak about unity, loss
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WASHINGTON Searching for ou'v Ih dfai we weho ~have Jl to rebuil ther
unity long vanished since the day ter- lives YI'ehdtroops that have Iha to serve.
rorists astonished America, President
Barack Obama will hail national re- 8ht' Upr IINCh Wehere his focus is going to be."
silence and remember hurting fam-
ilie whe he es te man spechBen Rhodes,
ilie whn hegivs th man spechObama deputy national security adviser
of his Sept. 11 commemorations.
Obama will honor victims at each
of the sites where nearly 3,000 peo- about 15 mimites during an event at country,. Obama deputy national
ple were killed in the 2001 attacks the Kennedy Center in Washington. security adviser Ben Rhodes said
first at ground zero in lower Manhat- The message to expect from the Friday in an, interview with The As-
tan, then in Shanksville, Pa. and at president: Amnerica's character is sociatedPress.
the Pentagon. Yet his only address to stronger than the blow inflicted by
the nation will come at night, lasting al-Qaida or any other threat to the See SPEECH, Page 9A


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The l44th Transportation Company was learning how to fire and handle their weapons in a moving truck as part of their training at Fort
Bragg in 2004.'

NatiOnal Guard unit served 2 tours of duty,since 9-11


ist Jeffrey Holmes of Blountstown, was
home on leave from the Iraq deploy-
ment when he accidentally .drowned
near his home in Calhoun County. Even
though Holmes did not die in combat
overseas, Thomas still thinks of him as
a casualty of the war. If Holmes hadn't
been deployed, Thomas acknowvl-
edged, he might not have been trying
to fit in a bit of recreation back home at
that particular time and place.
"Anytime you talk about Irraq, or los-
ing a soldier, period, you think of 9-11,"
Thomas said. -
And in 2004, the company lost a sol-
dier from another state who had been
attached. to the' 144th once they arrived


in Iraq. Specialist Darrell Davis was
killed when the truck he was in ran over
San Improvised Explosive Device.(IED).
Thomas said the tragedies do noth-
ing to weaken soldiers' dedication to
the cause of protecting their country in
times of war.
"It's definitely an honor to serve and
protect the state of Florida as well. as
the nation," Thomas said.
In charge of day-to-day operations at
the 144th's headquarters in Marianna,
Thomas is the full-time readiness offi-
cer who is also responsible for making
sure soldiers leave here prepared. That
See- SOLDIERS, Page 9A


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com

The 144th Florida National Guard
will be at. the Marianna armory this
Sunday for their regular monthly drill
weekend. It will be a busy time.
SFC Stacey Thomas said the soldiers
will still likely carve out a break to ob-
serve a moment of silence in remem-
brance of the 9-11-2001 events that
led to the Transportation Company's
roughly year-long deployments tolIraq
in 20041 and 2009.
The unit would experience two trag-
edies related to those tours of duty.
One soldier from the 144th, Special-


BY DEBORAH BUCK(HALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan~.com

Just after the planes crashed
into the Twin Towers on Sept.
11, 2001, ~ackso CouyFin e
Police Departments and the
Jackson County Sheriff's Of-
fice were scrambling to an
emergency at home.
Someone had called in a
bomb threat against a lo-
cal school. Stil reeling from


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6:52 PM
6:17 PM
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TODAY
n in observance of the1l0th anniversary of 9/11,
First Baptist Church of Cottondale (3172 Main St.)
will host a patriotic Homecoming service at 10a.m.
Local law enforcement and military personnel will
be recognized. Public welcome. Bring a covered dish
for lunch after the service.
n First United Methodist Church of
Chattahoochee, during a special 11 a.m. EDT wor-
sh ip service, will recognize the l0th anniversa ry of
9/11 and celebrate events demonstrating "the en'
during strength; unity and resolve" of America and
its people. Featured will be a 20-piece concert band
comprised primarily of JacksorrCounty students.
Public welcome.
a 9/11 Blood Drive On the 10-year anniversary
of 9/11, Southeastern Communify IBlood Center is
holding a commemorative blood drive Those who
give blood will receive a "REMEMBER 9 ELEVEN" T-
shirt. The Marianna SCBC center will be open from
noon to 5 p.m. at 2503 Commercial Park Drive. Call
526-4403 or visit www.scbcinfo.org.
n The Chipola Artist Series opens with "'Artistic
Reflections" presented by the Chipola Music and
Theatre Faculty. The 2 p.m. rratinee, honoring Joan
Stadskley, will feature performances by pianists Dr-
Christine Yoshikawa and Dr. Josh Martin; Dr. Daniel
_Powell, saxophone; Adam Larison, guitar; Angie .
A ite, itca st;rChaarips Simon, teca anndoosttrs.
by the Chipola Regional Arts Association honoring
Stadsklev and her faculty and staff. Tickets $12
for adults and $8 for ages 18 and under -, are avail .
.able in the Business Office. Call 718-2220.
n Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion, 6:30
p.m., 4349 W. Lafayette St., Marianna (in one-story
building behind 4351W.Lafayette St.).

MONDAY, SEPT. 12
a Jackson County School at Sunland Advisor
Council meeting 7:3i) a.m. in the Student
Commons room, Habile Building, Sunland, 3700
Connally Drive in Marianna. Call 482-9139.
n The jackson County Transportation

10 ~m inthdJr s dfie 3n988 0%d Cmttndae
Road, Marianna. Agenda includes an update to the
TD Service Plan and the Annual Operating Report. A
time for public comments will be afforded.
n Orientation 10:30 a.m. at the Goodwill Career
Training Center; 4742 Highway 90 in Marianna. Reg- -
ister for free job placement and computer training


classes and learn about services offered to people
with disadvantages/disabilities. Call 526-0139.
n Lions Club of Marianna meeting, Jim's Buffet
S& Grill, at noon on second and fourth Mondays. Call
482-2005.
nA special meeting of the Jackson County
School Boaird begins at 4 p.m. in the board room
at 2903 Jefferson St. in Mar~ianna. Public welcome.
Call 482-1200.
a Sneads Elementary School Advisory Council
mepts at 4 p~m. in theSES Library.
SThe Jackson Hos ~ital Board of Trustees Joint
Conference Committee meets at 5:30 p.m. in the
Hospital classroom, ~
a Jackson County Health; Deparitm~ent Closing
the Gap program offers a free yoga class, 5:30 p.m.
at Integras Wellness Center, 4230 Laifayette St.,
Suite C,1n Marianna. Mat provided. Call 482-6221. ~
a The Cottondale City Commission convenes
for its regular meeting at 6 p.m. in the Commission
Room.
n~ The City of Jacob convenes a budget hearing at
6:01 p.m., followed by the regular monthly council
Fnecting. Public welcome. Call 263-6636.
n Alcohoblics Anonymous open meeting, 8 to
9 p.m. in the AA roorti of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St:, Marianna.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 13: '
n Heaven's Garden Food Pantry distributes
food on the second Tuesday of the rnonttp, 9 a.m. '
to noon at 3115 Main St. in Cottondale. Jackson
County residents only. Call 579-9963 or visit www.
aidaspina,org.
n Republican Club of West Florida meeting
- noon at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna. Guest
speaker: James Madison Institute Policy Director
Bob Sanchez. Non-members welcome. Call 718-
5411.
n Optimist Club of Jackson County board
meeting, noon, First Capital Bank, Marianna.
n Free quiltmng/crocheting/knittmng class led

482-5028.
n Heartworks Congestive Heart Failure
Support Group meets 3 to 3:30 p.m. in the ground-
Sfloor community room of the Hudnall Medical
Building at Jackson Hospital, 4230 Hospital Drive
in Marianna. No cost. September's topic: "Heart-
Healthy Cooking," presented by staff members of


Signature Healthcare at the Courtyard. All heart fail-
ure patients and their caregivers/support persons
invited. Refreshments served. Call 718-2519.
n Marianna American Legion Monthly Meeting
- 6 p.m. at the American Legion building, west
end, Jackson Cd'unty Agricultural Center parking~
lot, 3627-Highway 90 West. Guest speaker:-Chuck
Hatcher, director, Jackson County Parks and
Recycling. AII veterans and spouses are invited.
d hm rs, guests enco rage t brin a5 vered
, Autism Support Group meeting, family
members, caregivers, and service providers, second
Tuesday, 6 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church
Fellowship Hall, Marianna (Clin'ton Street entrance,
across from Hancock Bank). Call 526-2430..
n Marianna Sit-n-Sew presented by the Jackson
County Quilters Guild, Tuesdays, 6 to 8 p.m., First
United Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton Street,
behind Marianna Post Office. Call 272-7068.
n Alcoholics Anonymous Open meeting, 8 to 9
p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledo-
nia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14
a Early Learning Coalition of Northwest Florida
Board of Directors Meeting 11 a.m. in the com-
r nit .omio the 2 oan eokoc ard Office,
6959, guest code: 7475102.
SChipola Retirees meet for lunch, 11:30 a.m, at
the Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli in downtown
Marianna. All retirees and friends art! welcome.
n Alcoholics Anonymous Open meeting, noon
to l p.m., First United Methodist Church. 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 15
a Jackson County NAACP meeting,.5:30 p.m.
in the St. James A.M.E. Church basement, 2891
Orange St. in Marianna. Call 569-1294.
a Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,
8 to 9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA rbom.

FRIDAY, SEPT.16
i, Constitution Day Observed The Baptist Col-
lege of Florida in Graceville will have a replica of the
original Constitutional document and Bill of Rights
on display in the common area of the Student
'Center. Visit www.baptistcollege.edu.


calls, and two transports.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were
booked into the county jail dur-
itag the latest reporting periods:
n Williams Wise, 55, 1070
Wildwood Lane, Gracev-
ille, driving while license -
suspended/revoked.
a Shawn Goff, 38, 3808 E.
Fourth St., Panama City, posses-
sion of listed chemicals, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
a Matthew Kaharoeddin,
24, 3269 Whitney Drive, Tal-
lahassee, possession of listed
chemicals, possession of drug
paraphernalia.
a Kasey Copeland, 18, 19081
Hayes Subdivision Road,
Blountstown, possession of


listed chemicals.
n Michael' Burg, 28, PO Box
287, Altha, possession of listed
chemicals.
a William Arriaga, 742 Martin
Road, Slocomb, Ala., violation
of state probation.
>i William Harley, 65, 4401
Constitution Lane, Marianna,
worthless check.
a Andrew Nell, 31, 2008 Hwy
90 Lot 117, Marianjna, burglary
9 counts, theft 2 counts.
a, Shantana Hayes, 18, 3085
Russ Road, Mariannaa, battery
domestic violence.

JAIL POPULATION: 236


To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
agency. To report a wildlife violation, call
1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


pedestrian,
two hit and run


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vehicles, one '
reckless driver, ,i
two suspicious CSR1JME
people, one ~~~~
physical distur- .
bance, one verbal disturbance,
one burglary alarm, 21 traffic
stops, one obscene/threatening
call, two animal complaints,
one property/building check,
one assist of motorist/pedes-
trian, four public service calls
and one threat/harassment
complaint.


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JACKSON COUNTY

FLORIDAN

Publisher Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com

Circulation Manager Dena Obersk
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CONTACT US
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FAX: (850) 482-4478
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna. FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constit~ution Lane

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at Marianna, FL.


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HOW TO GET YOUR
NEWS PUBLISHED
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news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via email, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement-
anniversary and birth announcements.
Form gpe uviab teb q rianioH ices.
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the
right to edit all submissions.
GETTING IT RIGHT
The Jackson County Floridan's policy
is to correct mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call 526-3614
Monday-Friday.


MARIANNA POLICE '
DEPARTMENT
The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for Sept. 8, the latest
available report: one drunk


JACKSON COUNTy
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office and county Fire/Rescue
reported the following incidents
for Sept. 8, the latest available
report. (Some of these calls may
be related to after-hours calls
taken on behalf of Graceville
and Cottondale Police Depart- .
ments): one dead person (natu-
ral causes), one stolen vehicle,
two abandoned vehicles, one
suspicious vehicle, two suspi-
cious incidents, one suspicious
person, one funeral escort, one
burglary, two verbal distur-
bances, one drug offense, five
medical calls, one burglar alarm
sounded, two fire alarms, 11
traffic stops;one foundlaban-
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Alnniversaries


a "Gmrater Journey" by
David McCullough. Mr.
McCullough has written a
lot of books about history-
If you like well-written
and easy-to-understand
history books, go to the
library and ask for one of
his books. My favorite was
Truman, about our presi-
dent Harry S Truman.
a "Heart of Darkness" by
Joseph Conrad. This is the
classic book of our pick.
a "Room:' This is a cur- .
rent best seller about a
child raised in a confining
small room and given no
experience in the world.
n "'Unbroken" by Laura
Hilderbrand.


n "Hotel on the Corner of
Biter and Sweet" by Jamie
Fonl. In 1986, Henry Lee
happens upon the Pana-
ma Hotel in Seattle, where
discoveries in the base-
ment bring back haunting
memories of the 1940's.
Thiis book tells of family
pride, innocence, young
love and internment.
n "Caleb Crossing" by
Geraldine Brooks. Our
group has read several of
Ms Brooks books and liked
them.
a "1Keys to.the Kingdom"
by Florida Senator Bob Gra-
ham. He was the chairman
of the Senate intelligence
committee before and af-


ter 9/11. He did not think,
for government security
reasons, that he could
write an actual account of
the events so he decided
to write a fiction detective
story. Everything in the
book had to be approved
by the government before
the book could be pub-
lished.'You will remember
that this committee and
the government received a
lot of blame about allow-
ing "signs" of this event to
go unexamined.
a "AHl Over But the Shout
ing" by Rick Bragg. This
is a humorous book. He
writes fdr Southern Living
Magazine.


SUBMITTED BY BARBARA
GRANT
Volunteer Jackson Public Librar


club I belong to
Sm eets to select thec u e b o
books they will read for
the next year. Ten ladies
of the group work hard
to gather suggestions for
the books they feel are
worthy of our reading.
We read a variety: His-
torical fiction, historical
non-fiction, a southern
writer, a contemporary
author, a classic, a biog-
raphy or autobiography,
current best seller, a
well-know prize winning
author, an international
author, etc. I thought
you would enjoy and
benefit from seeing the
books we picked.


The Rev. Thomas and Eva
Forward of Cottondale,
celebrated the 54th wedding
anniversary on September 7,
2011.
The couple have four sons
and one daughter. Thomas Jr.
(Cynthia) Forward of Tampa,


Henry (Bridgett) Forward of
Byron Ga., Michael (Angela)
Forward and Darrell (Cheryl)
Forward both of Cottondale
and Sandra Lockett of Byron,
Ga; 16 grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.


BY THOMAS VINCENJT MURPHY


stopped and.
Thought deeply ofav y e r
how amazing it is to be a
breathing human being,
who under
normal
circum-
stances, has
the ability
~11 to see, hear,
Th~omas walk, talk, .
Murhythink and
make deci-
sions: or do
you take "life" for granted?
When you arrive into .
this world you immedi- .
ately become a participant ~
in this beautiful, crazy and
unpredictable thing we
call life. When a baby first
opens its eyes and looks
around at the surround-
ings, it seems as though
they're thinking 'What in
the world is this?!'
After birth, the many .
stages of life come fast and
often. Before long comes
kindergarten, elementary
school, middle school, ju-
nior high and high school.
As life moves on, the
mannerisms, habits and
personalities of every in-
dividual will differ widely.
Then you'll wake up one
morning and realize that
you are an adult who can
vote, live where you want,
make your own decisions,
call your own shots, stay
out as long as you want,


date who you want and
eat what you want. What a
great feeling; at first.
But then it hits you: Now
You'll be responsible for
your rent or mortgage
payments, electric, gas
and water bils, maintain-
ing a decent vehicle for
transportation, keeping
or finding a decent job,
and simply being able to
survive in what will seem
to be a strange new world.
Welcome to this portion of
life in "the real world."
By the time many people
reach their 40s and the
middle-age portions of
their lives, they begin to
realize that they definitely
aren't invincible.
One definite reminder .
for many is when they
awaken each morning
and realize that their -
supporting cast for each
Sday consists of what's
inside the two or three
pill bottles sitting on the .
shelf or inside the cabinet.
In some cases, a repeat-
performance takes place
each night.. .
I feel that instead of
middle-aged people
dwelling on the fact
they're getting older, they
should put more emphasis
on the fact that they have
many quality years ahead
to have fun an~d accom-
plish many of their goals.
*You won't have to guess
when old age starts creep-
ing in; your eyes, ears and


bones will let you know.
In my opinion there are
two ways to view old age.
You can be a compulsive,
grumpy complainer and
think and talk about your
many regrets, or the aches
and pains you experience
each day; or you can thank
God for allowing you to
live a long life.
Young folks are dying in
different ways each and
every day. As a friend of
mine often states, "Thank
God for another day to get
it right."
Old age can be a bless-
ing if you allow it to be:
and think about the good
things you enjoyed and
had an opportunity to
do in yotir life. Whatever~
stage of life you're in be
sure to make the best of it,
.If you are young, take
advantage of your youth-
ful exuberance while
you're able-
SIf you are in the middle
stages of life, use your
energy and experience
to enjoy a variety of life.
Don't get stuck in a small
circle of repetition.
If you are a senior citi-
zen, or among the elderly,
be thankful for your past
years; and if you are a
Christian who believes in
heaven, remember this:
Life doesn't have to be the
end. Whatever your beliefs
might be, cherish life, and
enjoy each and every day
as much as possible.


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Paul & Sue Proom


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Carolyn R. Johnson
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To our Mumzy from your
"smallest angel", I love you
and your hugs and kisses.
To my Poppy, although I.
never got to meet you here
on Earth, I'm sure you are
smiling down on me
from heaven

Carolena Virjeania Johnson








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arolyn R. Johnson AKA Mumzy
and the late "'Ducky" Johnson AKA Poppy-

;To our Mumzy from your angels, we love you and
thsank God every day that he, blesseda us with you in
Our lives. To our Poppy, we love and miss you so very
much. Wope you are enjoying your bird's eye view of
our lives from Hleaven.

L-ondyn Chason, Zane Chason, Turner Gainer
Morgan Gainst Cambraige Chason &1
Ireland Johnson


"Granny Mickie"
Inez Stob


3.00 higher, replacement
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200-300 lbs.
147.50-195.00
300-400 lbs:
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400-500 lbs.
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Joshua Caleb Powell ~sj7l~
was~ born at 1:19 p.m. on ,.
Aug. 23, 2011' at Southeast .
Alabama Medical Center, ,-
Joshua Caleb Powell is the .
son of John C. and Tami
Powell. Hlis sisters are Alei-
sha and Michaela.
At birth, Josh weighed 11 --
pounds, 6 ounces and was field of Sneads, and pater-
22 inches long. nal grandparents are Clin-
Maternal grandparents~ ton and Gloria Powell of
are Roy E. and Mary E~den- Dellwood.

Brantley Waylon Seal
was born at 3:43 p.m. on
Aug. 22, 2011 at Jackson
H-ospital in Marianna. H-e ,
weighed 6 pounds, 3.5
ounces and was 19 inches
long at birth.
Hiis parents are Carryann .' o
H-all and Joshua Seal. .
H-is grandparents are
Vince and Sheila Brown Hall from Marianna, Mi-
of Cottondale, Billy Seal of chelle Bundrick and Phil
Chipley, Lewis and Doreen Montano from Altha.

Christo her Ty'Reke
Walker was born at 10:52 .
a.m. on Aug. 22, 2011 I I)
at Jackson Hospital in -
Marianna. He weighed 5 i L Is l
pounds, 14 ounces and was
19 inches long at birth. r
His parents are Terrika
Williamns and Christopher ~- '
Walker.
Grandmother is Virginia Paramore of Marianna.

Jamnes Dean Thigpen was
borixn at 2:33 p.m. on Aug. t ~
23,2011 at~acksonHospital :;
in Marianna. He weighed 7 ..
pounds, 8 ounces and was I *' :
20V/2 inches long at birth.
His parent is Jordan .
Thigpen.
His grandparents are
Jamie and Angie Cozart ny and Terry Thigpen of I
of Marianna, and John- Monticello. (


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Ty'Zayvian Jessie Dod- Shyanna Star Chambers
son was born. at 8 a.m. on was born at 1:13 pm on
Aug. 25, 2011 at Jackson i :Aug. 31, 2011 at Jackson
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He weighed 5 pounds, 11 E l She Chambers weighed 8
ounces and was 19 inches i .pounds, 3 ounces and was
long at birth. 18%/ inches long at birth,
His parents are Danielle I /~fi~Her parents are Scott and
Livingston and Timothyr Kristen chambers.
Dodson. Grandparents are Erma
Grandparents are Ella anna and Ainita Usher ofi McCallister of Graceville,
Mae Livingston of Mari- Altha. iPete and Donna Haines
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born at 2:33 p.m. on Aug.
25, 2011 at Jackson Hospi-
tal in Marianna. She How-
ell weighed 7 pounds, 1
ounce and was 20 inches
long at birth.
Her parents are Candace
Green and Colt H-owell.
Grandparents are Terry
and Myrtle -Green, and


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all of G~rand Ridge.


K~eighlee Roxanne Tew
was born at 5:19 p.m. on
Aug. 25, 2011 at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna. She ,
Tew weighed 7 pounds, 11
ounces and was 20 inches ;.
long at birth,
Her parents are Alex and
Julie Tew. Grandparents are -
George and Alice Simpson
of Clarksville, and Allen and Linda Tewof Altha.

Havyn Ray Walters was I
born at 10:36 a.m. on Aug.
29, 2911 at Jackson Hospi-
tal in Marianna. Little Miss
Walters weighed 6 pounds,
13 ounces and was 19/2
inches long at birth. .
'Her parents are Crystal
Cobey and Dustin Walters.
Grandparents are Jim and .
Sue Hussey of M~arianna,
Mark and Denese Deese of
Graceville, Jo Marquette of
Graceville, and Brad: Bow- hall of Phoenix, Ariz.


Sarah Weeks.
Weeks to turn 5
Sarah Weeks will turn 5
on Sept. 12, 2011. She is
the daughter of Melissa
Johnson of Cypress and
Danny and Loretta Weeks
of Marianna. She has
three sisters, H~aylee,
Kayla and Destiny, and
two brothers, Diustin and
Dylan.
She is the maternal -


granddaughter of Don
and Theresa Johnson,
and the paternal grand-
daughter of Pam Weeks;
and Carl and CarlaWeeks.
Great-grandparents are
the late Beryl Mihlfeld
ad Luvr Mihlfeld, ad
te late Llyd and S11irey
Williams.
She will celebrate with
a cookout and pool party
with family and friends.


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born at 3:57 p.m. oh Aug.
31, 2011 at Jackson Hospi-
tal in Marianna. She Culler
weighed 7 pounds, 7 otmc-
e~s and was 19V/2 inches
long at birth.
Her parents are Carmen
Walker and Richard Culler.
Grandparents, are Rob
and .Sandy Martin of
Graceville, and Charles


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blood was born ttt 6:40 a.m.
on Aug. 31, 2011 at Jack-
soil Hospital in Marianna.
He weighed 7 pounds, 10
ounces and was 19V/2 inch-
es long at birth.
His mother is Mary
Ann Palmquist :and his
grandmother is Mary Lou
Youngblood.


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"een sMiddle East has
been fighting ever since
I've been in the world," he
said. "I can understand us
going to Afghanistan, but
I don't understand Iraq.
Iraq didn't attack us. I don't
fault anyone for mly son's
death, because I think we
had business in Afghani-
stan and he made a choice
to be in the military. I just
know that my birthday will
never be the same for me."


when his oldest son, Edwin
Wayne Johnson joined the
military as a young adult
almost 15 years ago.
Johnson, a Marine, was
eventually called to serve
in Afghanistan as part of
the war on the terrorism
that had stunned his father
on his 42nd birthday.
Johnson was a gunnery
sergeant, and on a Sept.
8, 2009, mission was in
charge of a team that was
ambushed. Johnson was
killed, exactly a month shy
of his 32nd birthday.
- He left behind a wife, two
daughters and a son.
Henderson has come to
grips with that, to some
extent.
"He went down fighting,"
he said. "He died doing
what he wanted to do. He
was a man who believed in


what he was doing, and I'm
proud of him and his wife.
She's also in the Marines
and she's still working to-
ward (rank promotion).
After my son died, she was
given a choice to get out
or stay in, but she believes.
in what she's doing too, so
she stayed."
As for the war itself, Hen-
derson said he has mixed


year. They had been held in
New York two months ear-
lier. He had competed in
Manhattan's town square.
He had been in the Tivin
Towers, along with almost
600 fellow veterans who
had taken the tour during
breaks in the competition,
H~e stayed in a hotel a half-
mile away from Ground
Zero.
As he watched news ac-
counts of the terrorist at-
tacks, he saw debris near
the hotel, and realized the
close call he and his fel-
low athletes had come
through.
"I had just been there>
and all I could think was
that the Lord blessed us to
get out of there," he said.
"I wanted me a rifle, to
go fight...but of course I
couldn't."


BY DEBORAH BUCK HALTER
dbulckhalter~i4cii:idan.com

Jackson C Il t- resident
Melvin Henderson turns
52 today. Since 2001, the
Army veteran's birthday
celebration has been over-
shadowed by a sorrow that
deepened even more a
couple of years later.
"That was one of the sad-
dest biirthdl.1, of my life,"
Henderson recalled of the
day he turned 42. -
"I woke up to hear this,
and it was a rough day.
Couldn't go anywhere.
I couldn't move off the
sidewalk." -
A quadriplegic wheel-
chair athlete since the
1990s, Henderson had
won three medals in the
National V~eterans Wheel-
chair Games earlier that


Henderson


Henderson, who was
injured in a 1987 traf-
fic crash, had previously
served, a six-year tour in,
the Army and was proud


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honor of 9


The 2 p.m. matinee will
also honor Joan Statskley,
the retiring Associate Dean.
of ]Fine and Performing
Arts, and her interim suc-
cessor, Daniel Powell. The
talent of Chipola ~music
and theatre department
faculty will be showcased
in musical performances
ranging from classical to
modern. A limited number
of tickets are available, at
$12 each for adults, or $j8
for those 18 years of age or

a Southeastern Commu-
nity Blood Center will hold
a commemorative blood
.drive for- 9/11 today from
noon to 5 p.m.:Donors will
.receive a 'REMEMBER 9
ELEVEN' T-shirt.
Donors must be in good
health, either at least 17
years old or 16 years old
with a parent's permission,
and weigh a minimum of
110 lbs. Bring a photo ID,
eat a. good meal and hy-
drate before giving blood.
The Marianna SCBC is lo-
cated at 2503 Commercial
Park Drive.


From staff reports

a In observation of the
10th anniversary of 9/11,
First Baptist Church of Cot-
tondale will host a patri-
otic homecoming service
today, beginning at 10 a.m.
Local law enforcement
and military personnel will
be recognized! on this spe-
cial day. Everyone is in-
vited to attend the services
and bring .a covered dish
to Isc etso b el raft r
located at 3172 Main St. in
Cottondale.
n The Eastside Baptist
Church will hold a special
service in commemora-
tion at 10:15 a.m. today. Af-
ter services, local firefight-
ers and police officers have
been invited to a free lunch
as thanks for their dedica-
tion. Everyone is invited to
attend. The. church is lo-
cated at 4785 Highway 90.
a Reflections on the 10th
anniversary of 9/11will be
part of the opening perfor-
mance today in the Chipo-
la College Artists Series.


possession, items from a
separate burglary incident.
of a -storage
unit in a dif-
ferent loca-
tion. -Shoe-
prints found
around the
storage units
Neel matched the
shoes Neel
was wearing at the time of
his arrest.
The stolen property waS
recovered.TrNeel awaits first
appearances at the Jackson
County Jail.




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An Altha man was arrest-
ed on burglary and theft
char-ges after he allegedly
stole items from eight stor-
age units in Arrowhead RV
on Thursday.
According to a press re-
lease from the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office,
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charged with nine counts
of burglary and two counts
of theft.' Several stolen
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Saying the stalled economy needs another jolt,
President Obama on Thursday night asked Con-
gress to pass $447 billion in new spending and tax
cuts designed to boost employment. It was a spirited,
clearly political speech, yet he included a number of
Programs that deserve bipartisan support, such as a tax
credit for hiring unemployed veterans. But he offered
no theory for why previous stimulus spending still
leaves him facing an "urgent need to create jobs right
away," or why the outcome of a new round of spending
will be radically different.
The president did promise that all the new spending
would be paid for..But he said that would be explained
later, and he endorsed tax increases for the wealthy that
he knows have no chance in Congress.
Among the more sobering news he delivered was that
Medicare must be reformed if it is going to survive, He's
right, and he deserves credit for bringing it up. Unlike
Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, Obama avoided details,
but even acknowledging the need for reform may keep
Democrats in Congress from depicting any attempt at
change as an attack on seniors.
Yet Obama was precise and forceful about demanding
that this year's payroll tax cut be extended another year.
A typical working family would save $1,500. Obama also
wants employers to get a similar break on the first $5
million of a company's payroll to encourage hiring.
Those cuts will make the job of deficit reduction
tougher, but the money probably will do more' good in
people's pockets and in the economy and many
Republicans in Congress seemed supportive. His broad
plan is to continue to spend liberally now and plan for
conservative spending later in the decade. That's been
the plan for the past 10 years and is the main reason the
nation's credit rating has slipped.
Polls show scant support for more stimulus spend-
ing, yet there are elements in his plan that could pass
Congress.
Spending to build and repair roads, bridges, airports
and railrbads definitely would not be money wasted
if properly administered. For example, the stimulus
spending on a liew toll road to connect the Port of
Tampa to I-4 is creating jobs and building a valuable
asset that will pay off in years to come.
He also suggested an infrastructure bank that would
be designed to attract private investment. It may be an
innovative way of financing projects, but it could be an
other way to borrow money without having it officially .
add to the deficit. -.
Many parts of his plan will be hard .to sell to Repuib-
licans. Do we really want the federal government to
begin paying sorne teacher salaries, and if so, which
communities deserve the help? -
If the federal government is going to hand out tax
credits for hiring the unemployed, as Obama urges, .
the IRS needs to monitor the giveaway closely. Tampa
police are investigating what appears to be fraud on a .
shocking scale in current tax-credit offers to individu-
als. One thing the president didn't try to~explain is why
the economy has not improved. .
When he promised that unemployment would not go
above 8 percent, did he underestimate the~depth of the
recession, or were his policies misguided? ~
Folks are beginning to worty that something has gone
wrong beyond the federal government's ability to fix.
Congress should break his proposal into pieces and -
pass the parts that win broad support, because those
are the parts most likely to work-

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unprecedented restrictions on
individual freedoms and extensive
intrusions into personal privacy.
A decade after 9/11 the country -
is in a foul mood. Business is jittery
and labor is frustrated. A decade
after 9/11 we still debate the intro-
duction of torture into our culture.
A decade after 9/11 most Ameri-
cans see our countryas seriously
off the rails.
Yet, we had unanimity imme-
diately following 9/11. Today, ve
seem to revel not in our common
diversity ("out of many, one"), but
over our divisions that exclude one
another. .
There are politicians who ear-
nestly, almost religiously, seek to
undo the Constitutional Conven-
tions of 1787. One presidential
candidate proposes repealing two
constitutional amendments. A U.S.
senator wants to place property
rights above human rights.
Abraham Lincoln, dedicating
the Gettysburg cemetery in 1863,
declared, "that we here highly re-
solve that these dead shall not have
died in vain that this nation,
under God, shall have a new birth
of freedom."r It has been a long and
painful labor..
Thousand upon thousands of
Americans died in the Civil~War, yet
today we hear anew the word "se-
cession," as if we had learned noth-
ing from their collective sacrifice.


Will we again rise tp the Rev.
IV~artin Luther King Jr.'s challenge:
"We must learn to live together as
brothers or perish as fools."
Are there stil fools among us?
There should be none. Not after
9/11.
On this anniversary, there will be
speeches, as there should be. Ten
years is a long time. This has been
like the first decade of a new life
for our nation years filled with
missteps and mistakes; years that
exposed our weaknesses, leaving
us~feeling vulnerable; years when
we remolded our world from thle
smoke and wreckage of skyscrap-
ers, the Pentagon and a field.
An anniversary is not just a
commemoration of the past; it is a
commitment to the future. The day
that testifies to "what was'" also de-
mands we focus on "what can be."
9/11 demanded that we find
a way through the rubble of our
differences and climb hand-over-
hand to common ground. It is not
sacrilegious or inappropriate, I
think, to quote Vince Lombardi:
"People who work together will
win, whether it be against complex
football defenses, or the problems
of modern society."
Have we learned our lesson 10
years later?
SDonna Brazile is a political commentator on
CNN, ABC and NPR, and a contributing colum-
nist to Roll Call, the newspaper of Capitol Hill.


BY DONNA BRAZILE


here are days that change our
wedding, the birth of a child,
the death of a loved one,
There are days commemorating
dates that changed us as a country.
SWe unfurl them like banners.
In each generation, there seems
to arise from an event or a crisis a
moment that tests our character
and demands we determine who
we are.
Historian Shelby Foote said, "The
Civil War defined us as what we are
and it opened us to being what we
became, good and bad things. And
it is very necessary, if you are going
to understand the American char-
acter in the 20th century, to learn
about this enormous catastrophe
of the mid-19 century. It was the
crossroads of our being, and it was
a hell of a crossroads." .
For this generation, our cross- '
roads was Sept. 11, 2001 9/11.
.Ten years later, we are mired
in blood-, treasure- and national
soul-draining wars. Ten years later,
Sour economy threatens to destroy
millions of famiilies' drearns.
Ten years later, we don't trust
our leaders. Te~n years later, our
airwaves ooze with intolerance and
re~ek of intentional divisiveness. Ten
years later, our efforts~to defend our
freedoms from al-Qaida produced


it very soon. They are dying for .
citizens of countries that have for
ceilturies have been killing each
other and any others who do not
agree with their religious beliefs.
President, bring them home and
put them on our border with the
authority to stop anyone com-
ing into our country without legal

rsi stated, I have mixed emo-
tions about this advent. Sadness
due to the loss of live bydth sle who
cerned about the moral status of ,
our nation since that event. We are
in the condition we are in because
we the people have allowed it to
happen!
I call upon our religious leaders
to return to the word of God as the
source, upon which to set our laws
and principals.
We claim to be a nation under
God. Yet we have millions who do
not believe t ere is a God, even
relgious ledrs.
Fa cosep wt hs pray r. H any
our enemies! Return us to your
wod'
wr.REV. DR. BILLY BRUNER, TH.D.
Cottondale

Fed up with property taxes

I would encourage everyone own-
ing property to attend the public
hearing regarding the school board
tax, to be held on Sept. 15 at 5:01
p.m. in the Jackson County School
Board offices at 2903 Jefferson St. in
Marianna. .
According to the notice I received
in the mail regarding the "Proposed
Property Taxes for 2011", it looks as
if an increase is in store for all of us.
I would like to hear how they can
justify an increase in our prop
erty taxes when Gov. Scott has cut
property taxes for our state and the


fact that the value of our homes has
depreciated, due to the economy.
I believe this increase is a direct
result of the three percent increase
in pay given to the school union
members to help t'lem pay for the
three percent contribution toward
their~benefits. I do not know about
everyone else, but my famiily will be
payn an increase in our benefits

aCare and no one has increased
ucr salary to compensate for this
DINAH RHODEBACK
Marianna

Disagrees with editorial,
COlumMS

The Aug. 31 issue of the Floridan
included three items from Scripps
Howard, one an "editorial," the
other two were columns.
The opinion item applauds the
Federal role in the work it did in .
planning for Irene and the relief
provided afterward. Whether this
is a proper role for the Federal
government rather than the states
should be debated. The point trying
to be made, however, is that the fact
that FEMA performed well in this
isolated case is justification for big
government. Quite a stretch.
The column regarding hungry
children is based on statistics from
ConAgra, a company that advo-
cates and uses genetically modified
foods. Read what FoodSafetyNews.
com has to say about ConAgra
before buying its products and the
conclusions of the column.
The last column is about Gadhafi
and is nothing more than a plea
for support of the United Nations.
Is the UN on our side? Do we re-
ally want more of the UN? Google
"Agenda 21"? for help in deciding.
TOM CURRY
Cottondale


"" ER


\T'S THE CoFFEE.


'RetWHn MS to Your WOrd' ~

We have an event that is happen-
ing today which brings mixed feel-
ings to my heart and soul. To think
aout it brin t mremr sythta we
three planes and take the lives of
hundrp ds of individuals. Their loss
of life is what saddens me the most.
I feel sure that the owners of the
Taebi ldns h isu ric no
replacement of one's life.
On the other hand, it saddens
me to know that this event did not
change the moral attitude of our
nation. I know that church atten-
dance went up several percentage
points for several months follow-
ing the 9/11 attack. However, that
only lasted for about a year and
today the average attendance has
dropped below what it was before
the attack
Since that deadly, immoral attack,
we have elected a president that
had a Muslim parent, his father.
We have seen the influx of Muslims
into our country and our troops
have been dying in Muslim coun-
tries whose "way of life" is killing
one another.
We have also seen the support for
homosexuals has grown by leaps
and bounds. We have seen other
immoral activities gain support,
while our stand against them has
gotten softer each year. Alcohol and
drugs have gotten worse since the
event. Wars on our borders over
these issues have gotten worse,
with many lives being taken.
We have been warned by experts
that it can and will happen again,
I pray that they are totally wrong.
One thing President Obama is
supporting, the removal and return
of our troops, is one thing 1 totally
support and pray that he will do













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On behalf of Pastor White and the members of St. Mary
Missionary Baptist Church, we invite you and your con-
gregation to our 24th.Annual St. Mary's Day on Sunday,
September 25 at 11:00 AM for morning Worship Service.
Rev. Sylvester Robinson, Pastor of St. Mark Missionary
Baptist Church from Quincy, FL will be our Guest Speaker
for this great day.'Also on September 24th at 6:00 pm there
will be a Musical Concert Reunion.

Dr. Sylvester Robinson is known throughout the country
for his innovative insight in the word of God and his apti-
tude to inspire through song. He is currently the pastor of
Saint Mark Missionary Baptist Church in Quincy, Florida.
Born on September 3, 1965, in Marianna, FL, to the late Dr.
Roosevelt Robinson and Pearlie Robinson, Dr. Robinson
is the fourth of five children. He is married to the lovely
Tammy Robinson. Together they share 3 wonderful chil-
dren; Jasmene, Sylvester, and Cameron. While being raised
in Tampa, FL he accepted the call into the ministry at an early age. '

He began his biblical studies in 1980, at the tender age of 15, at the Baptist Fellowship College (as a child
prot~gC) and received a certificate of completion in "The Life of Christ" while graduating from high
school in 1983.

In 1987 he received a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from Florida Memorial College.
Understanding the profound calling on his life and the need to be educated in the biblical knowledge of
Christ, he furthered his learning by attending Brevard Christian University where he obtained a Bachelors
of Arts Degree in Biblical Studies (1996) and a Masters of Arts Degree in Christian Counseling (1997)
graduating Magna~ Cum Laude for both degrees. In 2006 he fulfilled his doctorial studies in Christian
Education where he received his Doctorate of Philosophy from Universal Bible College.

His love and passion for music has: opened doors that featured him on several projects such as: Bishop
Derek Triplett (Yes There's Hope), and Higher Praise Chorale, (There's Not A Friend...) and many more.
He was also featured in a Christian stage play entitled, "A Man of God" playing the role of the church
pastor. The bible says, "Your gift will make room, for you." In Dr. Robinson's case that is very true. He
has been asked to preach on CTN (Christian Television Network) on several occasions and interviewed on
TBN (Trinity Broadcast Network). God has truly been good to him.

In Dr. Robinson's 20 year span of Pastoral leadership, he has attributed to church growth spiritually,
physically and financially. Some of his notable accomplishments while in the role of Pastoral leader are:
active participation among the youth in cliurch functions including Friday Night Jams; Extensive church
growth,

Although profound in his accomplishments he is also sensitive to the move and voice of God and realizes
that the message God has given' him is not to be confined to one location, therefore, God has directed his
path in the area of evangelism. His personal testimony along with his unique approach in the scriptures
has noted him to fellow contemporaries in the ministry as the "Preaching Machine." As he continues his
quest to do God's will "where he's going is much better than where he's been!"


Deon Long, 1985 graduate of Marianna High School, is running
for the U.S. Senate.



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State Attorney Glenn Hess speaks at chamber meeting


BY LAUREN DELGADO
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State Attorney Glenn
Hess spoke of how life in
the public eye not only
affects the officeholder,
but also his or her family
at the Chamber of Com-
merce's 5th annual Local
Government Appreciation
Breakfast.
Hess was elected circuit
judge in 1994 and state at-
torney for the 14th Circuit
Judicial Court of Florida in
2008. He decided to run for
circuit judge after realizing
that the most important
issues were not found on a
national level but on a lo-
cal level.
"Justice is home run,"
Hess said.
The important issues for
people occur right.here in
their home counties, Hess
said. The Supreme Court
sees about 200 cases a year,
but a circuit judge tries
about 2,000 cases a year.
He said each one directly
affects a resident, whetl;-
er by settling a lawsuit or
It was during his cam-
paign for circuit judge in
1993 that Hess first expe-
rienced life in the pub-
lic eye. He knocked on


PHOTOS BY MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Officials from throughout Jackson County gathered Friday for the annual Chambier of
Commerce's Local Government Appreciation Breakfast on Friday.


people's doors in an effort
to learn more about the is-
sues concerning them, and
was surprised at their re-
sponse. One older woman
with coke-rim glasses once
told him he looked better
on TV
"When you go knockin'
on doors, people are bru-
tally honest," Hess said.
Constant criticism is just


one trial from being a pub-
lic servant, H-ess said. But
it has taught him who his
loyal fans are.
"Your dog loves you even
when no one else does,"
Hess said.
It's also shown him the
effects it has on family.
Hess said his four children,
Sarah, Scott, Allison and
Carter, know two time pe-


riods in their lives: Before
his election to circuit judge
in 1994 or, "Back when we
were rich," and after his
election.
It was during the elec-
tion that Hess found an-
other loyal ally, one he said
all public servants should
have to run for office. His
daughter.
"A daughter's going to


State Attorney Glenn Hess talks about some of his more
amusing experiences on the campaign trail during the
Chamber of Commerce's First Friday Power Breakfastl.
defend her daddy," Hess Breakfast to Local Govern-
said. ment's Family Apprecia-
He said the name of the tion Breakfast.
chamber's meeting should "Because without our
be changed from Local families, we couldn't do it,"
Government Appreciation Hess said.


Jr. and the late Cotes G~ib-
son Long.
He is the grandson of
Felix Long Sr., the cousin
of Jackson County Health
Director William Long,
and has an uncle and aunt
who also live in Jackson
County.
A graduate of the Univer-
sity of Florida, he holds a
Bachelor's of Arts degree
in history with a minor in
business administration.
He went to the University
of Michigan law school
and was associate,.editor


of the Law Review whiile
there. He has worked in
corporate finance with
Floey and Lardner in Or-
lando, but later started his
own practice. -
He and wife Monique
Long have three living


From staff reports

Those who attended
Friday's Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce
Power Breakfast had a
chance to hobnob with
an announced U.S. Senate
candidate who grew up in
Marianna.
Deon Long, a Repub-
lican, is running for the
seat now occupied by Bill
Nelson. .
A 1985 graduate of Mari-
anna High School, he is the
son of the Rev. Felix Long


children; a fourth child
died seven years ago as the
result of a brain tumor*
He said he is campaign-
ing as a proponent of a fair
tax, balanced budget, free
trade and returning to the
gold standard.


Special to the Floridan

The Baptist College of
Florida in Graceville will
be celebrating the 224th
anniversary of the U.S.
Constitution, which was
signed on Sept. 17, 1787
prior to its ratification by
the states.
The school says Constitu-
tion Dayis observed at BCF
as a time of remembrance
and tribute to the men and
women who made such
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daughter of Rogers
Steadman Holland and
Margaret Farrior Holland.
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of Bainbridge, GA; her
son, B. Cranston White, Jr.
and wife, Danell, ofSneads;
daughter, Jennifer W. Dean
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Saturday, September 10,
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Dean officiating, and will
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TAM3PA -- Hundreds of people
gathered in dowvntown Tampa on
Friday to honor the heroes, the v/ic-
tims and the survivors of Sept. 11
and the war on terrorism.
It wras one of dozens of Sept.
11-related events around Florida
scheduled to mark the 10th an-
niversary of the day that terrorists
fleW planes into the World Trade
Center in New York City, the Penta-
gon in Washington, D.C. and into a
field in Pennsylvania. Nearly 3,000
people died in the attacks that day.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, several
officials from MacDill Air Force
Base and United States Central
Command and various local of-
ficials attended Friday's noontime
ceremony.
Scott's remarks were brief and of-
fered "solemn prayers" to those lost
in the attacks.
AdmiralBillMcRaven, who is com.
manderr of the U.S. Special Opera-
tions Command based at MacDill,
said the events of Sept. 11, 2001 are
linked to other recent events---such
Sas the helicopter crash on Aug. 6 in
Afghanistan that killed 38 troops,
including Navy SEALS and special
'forces.
"Yes, we should remember; who
we lost, but we should never forget
what we have," he said. "We have
our freedom and that sounds trite,
until you meet people that don't
have it."
Later in the ceremony, various
yIeople -including an Army ranger
who was paralyzed while fighting in
Afghanistan and a woman who was
working ill one of the World Trade
Center towers when it was hit by the
plane placed wreaths on a long,
rusted piece of metal that had been
salvaged- from the twin towers.
SAround the state, people will mark


Peacock


Hester Marie Harris Pea-
cock, 83 of Marianna died
Thursday, September 8,
2011 at South East Alaba-
ma Medical Center in
Dth n
DShea as a native and life-
long resident of Jackson
County, and a homemaker.
Mrs. Peacock attended
Pine Ridge Baptist Church
for many years then later
becoming a member of
Eastside Baptist Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husbands,
Burnell Hlarris and George
Peacock; her parents,
James Stout "*Jim" Foran
and Rebecca Jane' Long
Foran; seven brothers, Ev-
erett, Willie, Willis, Ecker,
Edward Lee "Bill" George
and Harrell Foran.
Survivors include two
daughters, Edna Marie
Sap adnd h Iand Wa l
Sweeney and husband,
M.J. of Marianna; two sis-
ters, Juanita Carpenter and
Gladys Hill both of Marian-
na; six grand children,
Cary B. Sapp and wife, Su-
zanne, Keith B. Sapp and
wife, Jennifer all of Marian-

wfe, NN le of eehvlh ed
TN., Kelley C. Chandler
and husband, Brian of
Deatsville, AL., Gregory B-
Sweeney and wife, Melissa,
Michele Laramore all of
Marianna; 14 great-
grandchildren,' Nikki Salls,
Courtney Sapp, Qirylee
Sapp, Anne Marie Sapp,
CreCo~day reelrH le
Creel, Savannah Creel, Ja-
cob Chandler, ~Payton
Chandler Darbey Sweeney,
Dustyn Sweeney and
Mikayla .Laramore; .one
great-great-grandson, J.W.
Salls; .
Funeral services will be
at 10 a.m. Monday, Sep-
tember 12 200x1 at ame &

the Rev.JTack Brock officiat-
ing. Interment will be in
.the Alford Cemetery with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting- '
The family will receive
friends from 5-7 p.m. Sun-
day, September 11, 2011 at
J~ae e & Sikes Maddox
Capl.


THE^SSOCIATEDPRESS
In this photo released by the Florida Keys News Bureau, retired Key West Fire
Captain Alex Vega inspects a flag bearing names of victims of the Sept. 11, 2001,
terrorist attacks at the Key West Firehouse Museum in Key West on Friday. Like
so many organizations around America, the museum plans a Sunday memorial
tribute during the 10th anniversary of the attacks.


the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11
terrorist attacks on Saturday and
Sunday other events. .
In Brevard County on Friday, vol-
unteers from the county offices will
place 2,977 flags commemorating
the victims in Viera.
Volunteers from the United States
Attorney's Office in Florida will visit
four public. schools in Miami-Dade,
Broward, Palm Beach and St. Lucie
counties and talk about the value
of public service and to help plarit
gardens.
On Sunday morning in Fort Lau-
derdale, the Broward County Sher-
iff's Office will hold a Patriot' Day
Memorial Service. In Miami-Dade,
Archbishop Thomas Wenski will


be joined by first responders of the
city of Miami and from through-
out South Florida for a morning
Catholic mass.
In Tallahassee,. motorcycle rid-
ers will escort a steel beam from
the World Trade Center to the state
capitol.
In Tampa, the Calvary Baptist
Church will host a celebration and
remembrance with music and
speakers at Brighthouse Field.
Also on Sunday, a photograph will
be taken of 343 firefighters dressed
in full bunker gear at the Vinoy
Hotel in downtown St. Petersburg
- representing the number of fire-
fighters lost in the 9/11 attacks in
NewYork City.


real in his mind since it was the first
attack upon American soil.
After those events, training
drills changed~ somewhat' at the
local Armory, and~ across the
nation.
"The last war we were involved
was in jungle terrain," he said, "here
we. were talking about mountains,
desert and urban ground. You stil
have the same basics, but there are
also definitely some different sce-
narios you have to prepare for."
He speculates the 144th could
see a deployment to Afghanistan
before- 2015 rolls. around. Soldiers
are usually assured of a three to five
year break between deployments.
They're well into their first full year
back home.
Thomas said the 144th soldiers
stand ready to serve.


explained.
Although the National Guard
gives: soldiers as much deployment
assistance as possible, there are still
some thirigs that they must take
care of on their own.
Thomas remembers how he han-
dled one of those duties ... explain-
ing things to his young children.,
"I. can't speak for everyone, but
in my.case, when I deployed my
children were 6 and 9, and it was
kind of tough to make them un-
derstand why daddy's got 'to go,"
he said. "I explained to them that
there are bad people in the.world,
and my job was to go when I need
to~be somewhere else to take care
of those situations, so they don't go
harm anybody else."
Thomas said the. 9/11 terrorist
attacks made that duty even more


under attack like it was would filter
down into our community, but it
did."
Itoberts also reflected on the
changes that' came after the
attacks.
"From my perspective, our daily
lives have completely changed
from what it had been in my life
previously; the things that we took
for ~granted every day, some of the
privileges we had, we no longer
have some of those things to the
degree and in the same way we did
before,"'he said. "It's a sad thing to
have to face, that not onlyr can ter-
rorism come to our shores, it can
alter our way of life. It's unfortunate
That, for the rest of my-life and the
lives of my children and grandchil-
dren, that we will be experiencing
things that we never imagined. We
can't take things for granted any-
more. We have to be' aware that
rural areas are sometimes targets.
Jackson County has an interstate,
railways, major highways running
through it, and Farley nuclear plant
is not that far~ away.We definitely
have some reasons to stay alert."
SAs unsettling as the attacks were,
Roberts said the crisis also brought
some positive, things into sharper
focus.
"Many people made the ultimate
sacrifice, and many people stepped
up to help after this all happened,"
Roberts said. "We've seen that we're
all vulnerable, but we've also seen
people rise to meet the challeng-
es that this left us all to deal with.
We've seen people come to us and
say how much they appreciate what
we do, and they help us all theycan.
We, as law enforcement officers,
have seen this spirit in the people of
Jackson County and it's something
that sustains us and helps us carry
on."


scribe a given situation. That way,
we're in better shape to communi-
cate the proper information if we
have some large scale crisis involv-
ing multiple agencies, and maybe
multiple states, instead of getting
into any confusion."
Jackson County Emergency
Management Director Rodney An-
dreasen says the 10th anniversary
:of the. attacks is a good time for
families to review their emergency
supply kits. He said the war on ter-
rorism will be an~ ongoing one ~for
years to come despite the death
of Osama bin Laden. He said true
domestic security may come down
to every family making sure they're
prepared for attacks upon infra-
structure, like water and power sup-
plies and other critical elenients.
He said families. should make
sure they have long-term supplies
of water, non-perishable food sup-
plies, batteries and other neces-
sities available. Someone in each
household should also take CPR
and general First Aid classes, he
advised. Families, he said, should
also talk periodically about their
emergency plans.
Andreasen said officials now be-
lieve infrastructure and possibly
*small, vulnerable communities
may be key targets the next genera-
tion of terrorist attacks.
Jackson County Sheriff Lou Rob-
erts was a deputy back in 2001,
and remembers the day of the at-
tackis. "I was working that day, and
one of mny assignments was to go
around to our area airports with
a Florida Department of Law En-
forcement officer and make sure
.that all the planes were accounted
for, that there was no air traffic,"
Roberts said. "I'm sure I was like
most people; you never would have
anticipated that your country being


had an extraordinary toll
ort individual Americans,
and that's what can't be
lost amid the broader
debates this country has
had," said Rhodes, who
handles strategic commu-
nications for the National
Security Council and has
been involved in shaping
Obama's Sunday remarks.
"You've had families who
have had to rebuild their
lives. You've .had troops
that- have had to serve.
That's very much where
his focus is going to be."


the towers, pentagon and
the field in Pennsylvania


throughout
the~day. .
"I didn't
really know
what to feel
right then,"
Chavers
said.


Men ory
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continued recessing
throughout the day as
more news came mn.
"Your heart just
dropped," Pate said. '

It took several ~days for
Samona
Chavers to
fully under-
.r~stand what
hap pene d
on 9/11.
Ten years
Chavers ago she
was a sixth-
grade student at Marianna
Middle School. The TVs in
school flashed images of


In a class at Chipola Col-
lege, April Graham's then-
boyfriend first told her
about the attacks 10 years
ago. H~e was in the army
reserves, and officials had
called to warn him. Since
then, Graham has said
goodbye to many military
~friends who left to fight
overseas.
"It's surreal," Graham
said.


State marks 10th anniversary

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Soldiers
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includes making sure things are
right fijr the families they leave
behind. -
There' are ~papers to sign, authori-
zations to make, supplies to pack,
and much more to take care of be-
fore the trucks roll out to take them
away.
"When you're a husband o~r a
wife,' you have to make sure that
the spouse that's left behind has all
the capabilities to access the infor-
mation they need, to take care of
.bills and emergencies if the need
arises. And naturally, when you go
into a war zorie, you have to do aill
the life insurance thiings," Thomas


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unheard of, -and there had been a
spate of them recently. As it turned
out, the young man responsible for
the 911 call was found and pun-
ished for making that and several
other bogus bomb' claims. But ait
the time the team didn't know what
it might have on its hands. Jackson
County Fire Marshal Chuck Sawyer
said it was a very bad day for some-
thing like that to happen.
"I remember getting to work that
morning and, while we were check-
ing off our truck and everything,
someone called us and told us to
turn on the news, that an airplane
had just hit the World Trade Center
and that it was on fire. Right after
we turned on the TV; we saw the
second plane. I was' just like, every-
one else ... in awe. We didn't need
that bomb threat, that's for sure."
Sawyer said something posi-
tive did comelout of the entire
experience, though. .
"I thipk that on the local level
we found out that, in a large scale
emergency of the scope we saw that
day, we needed better communica-
tions," he said. "That came out,
and we realized we needed a more
standard format. This prompted
all the local emergency agencies to
adopt and become compliant with
the national (communications
language) .
"There are a lot of signals that get
used over the airwaves. In Florida,
signal'X' might mean one thing,
but in Georgia it might mean some-
thing .else. So we went to more of
a 'plain English' format, just get-
ting everyone in the habit of using
words rather than just codes to de-


Speech
From Page 1A
The president also will
put an emphasis on how
lives have changed for the
families affected by 9/11
and for the troops who
have served since that
day. It has been a period
in which more than 6,000
service members have
died and 45,000 have ljeen
wounded in the Afghani-
stan arid Iraq wars. .
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BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent~~jcfloridan com

The Franklin County Se-
ahawks took advantage of
six Graceville turnovers to
rally for a 22-14 comeback
victory over the Tigers on
Friday night in Graceville.
GH-S led.the game 14-6 at
the half and at the end of
the third period. .
But the Seahawks tied
the game up when Sky-
ler Hutchinson scored on
a 7-yard rushing touch-
down midway through
the fourth, and Brennan
Walden scored the 2-point
play on a pass from Zach
Armistead.
After an interception
gaVe the Seahawks the ball
back on their own 40-yard


line, they scored the go-
ahead touchdown on a 10-
yard run by Armistead with
5:05 left in the game.
Armistead also scored
the 2-point play for the
final margin.
The Tigers drove to mid-
field with their~ next drive,
but turned it over for the
sixth time with their fourth
lost fumble of the game.
With the loss, Gracevilly
fell to 0-2, and will be off
next week before traveling
to Sneads on Sept. 23 to
face the Pirates in a district
game.
Derae Laster led Gracev-
ille on Friday with 62 rush-
ing yards and a touchdown
on 14 carries,
His 26-yard score mid-
way through the first quar-


ter put the Tigers up 6-0.
Franklin County tied
the game up at the end of
the period on a blocked
punt returned foray
touchdown.
Graceville went back in
front late ill the first half
on a 23-yard touchdown
pass from. Jeremy Fowler
to Hunter Forsyth, with
Rasheed Campbell con-
verting the 2-point play.
Fowler finished 3 of
7 passing for 86 yards,
a touchdown, and twoe
interceptions.
Allante Oliver-Barneshad
15 carries for 56 yards for
GHS, while also contribut-
ing eight solo tackles and
two assists on defense.

See TIGERS, Page 2B


MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
Tigers' defenders swarm around a Franklin County runner Friday night in Graceville-


MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
Sneads' Todd Brown and Jackson Chandler clear a path through the Hornets for Jalon Daniels Friday night.


are 2-0 for the first time in a long time.
If the Pirates' rushing attack continues
the dominance it has displayed through
two games, there will be many more
wins to coine this year.
Junior fullback Tre Keys led the Sneads
ground game with 150 yards and four


touchdowns Friday night in a 46-12
district victory over the Cottondale
Hornets.
Sneads gained 342ylards on the ground
as a team, with Jalon Daniels adding

See PIRATES, Page 2B


score for the Bulldogs at
40, with Kaidd Golden
right behind him at 41,
Chance Pender at 42, and
Jake Mitchell at 46.
"I just think the kids
played better," Wiggins
said. "I guess with it be-
irig the third match, they
were a little more comfort-
able. Maybe some of their
nerves were calmed.
"It's a big improvement,
so hopefully we can just
continue to build on it
and get better from here
on out. The next step for
us is shooting a low score
consistently."
The Bulldogs next play
on Tuesday at Wind-
swept Dunes in Freeport
in a match that also will
include the girls.


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcflordan.com

The Marianna Bulldogs
golf team .took its first
match victory of the sea-
son on Thursday at Cay-
erns Golf Course, beating
both Chipley and Vernon. ~
The Bulldogs moved to
1-2 on the season after suf-
fering consecutive match
losses to Holmes County to
start the year.
They did so by posting a
season-best score.of 169,
which was 21 strokes better
than Chipley and 72 strokes
better than Vernon.
"It's a good score for us,"
Marianna coach ScottWig-
gins said. "We played much
better."
Kody Bryan had the top


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BY DUSTIN KENT
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The Graceville Tigers junior
varsity posted an 'impressive
41-0 victory over the Sneads Pi-
rates on Thursday night at home
to move to 3-0 on the young
season.
The Tigers got big games from
quarterback Jared Padgett, h~ill-
back Jared Brogdoh, and tail-
back Eddie Myrick, and took ad-
vantage of four Sneads fumbles
to turn the game into a rout.`
Padgett put Graceville on
top early with a 6-yard rushing
touchdown with 4:50 left in the
first quarter, with- Ben Bodiford
adding the extra point for a 7-0
lead.
The Tiger quarterback added .
a 10-yard rushing TD moments
later for a 13-0 lead, and then
tossed a 20-yard touchdown
pass to Brogdon on a fourth and
10 play to give Graceville a 20-0
advantage.
Padgett scored his third touch-
down on the last play of the half
from 13 yards out, with the extra
point making "it a 27-0 halftime
lead for Graceville.
The Tigers added to the lead
midway through the third
quarter when a 37-yard punt
return by Myrick set up a 5-yard

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Sneads wins 4 6-12

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9:37 left in the half, and
added another score on
a 15-yard TD run by Wil-
liams that made it 32-6
with just under four min-
utes on the clock.
Keys broke a tackle at
the line of scrimmage and
outran the defense down
the left sideline for his
fourth score of the game
midway through the third
period to make it 39-6
Pirates.
The sturdy junior full-
back carried the ball 20
times on the night, and
proved nearly impossible
to bring down on first
contact.
Keys also had 20 car-
ries in the team's opening
win over Franklin County,
gaining 171 yards and
,three touchdowns, giv-
ing him 321 yards and
seven scores through two
games.
"Tre is our go-to guy.
Everybody knows that by
now," Dowling said. "He
ran with a low pad level,
and he ran with authority.
The offensive line opened
up some holes for him,
and we had some .other
folks involved too, like
(Williams) and (Daniels)."
Cottondale (0-2) had


won the last meeting
between the teams in
2008, but was never in
this one after its opening
touchdown.
The Hornets did get a
big night from Sheldon
Vann, who rushed for 159
yards and a touchdown
on 17 carries.
They'll travel to East-
point on Friday to try to
avoid a 0-3 start against
the Franklin County
Seahawks.
For the Pirates, they
get to play in front of the
home crowd for the first
time this year on Friday,
as they play host to the Jay
Royals in hopes of going
to 3-0.
Dowling is in his. fifth
year with the Pirates, and
said he couldn't remem-
ber the last time Snieads
was 2-0.
However, the coach said
thathe wasn't surprisedby
it given what he has seen
from his team all year.
"The kids worked re-
ally hard in the spring and
the simmer and into the
fall," the coach said. "I've
said all along that I think
they're a special bunch,
anid they're showing it so
far."


scared coming into the
game," Sneads coach
Don Dowvling said after
the game. "(The Hornets)
have big-play potential,
and they showed it by hit-
ting a big playi right at the
start. But honestly, I think
I was more upset about it
than my team was. They
just took the ball and went
right down the field and
scored. They rallied and
kept hammering away."
It helped that the Hor-
nets self-destructed for
much of the first half.
A high snap over Smith's
head on 'an attempted
punt set the Pirates up
with a short field and an-
other score on a 5-yard
run by Keys to make it
13-6.
. A 14-yard punt by the
Hornets on the next drive
again set up Sneads in
Cottondale territory, and
it was again Keys paying it
off with a 16-yard TD run
to make it 19-6 with 10:24
left in the first half.
Cottondale then fum-
bled the ensuing kickoff,
and after a 19-yard run by
Daniels to the CHS 2, Boyd
took it into the end zone
on the very next play.
Sneads lbed by 20 with


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkentcc~_jcfloridan.com

The Marianna Lady
Bulldogs volleyball team
dropped its second match
in a row Thursday night,
falling to Blountstown in
five sets in Marianna.
The Lady 'Dawgs won
the first two sets by scores
of 25-11 and 25-19, but
lost the third and fourth
by scores of 26-24 and
25-21.
SIn the fifth set, the Lady
Tigers outlasted Marianna
18-16 to take the match
win,
"It was a good match,"
MHS coach Belinda Chris-
topher said. "They were
a little slow starting. We
jumped on them quick,
and then the tables turned
and they got some mo-
mentum. I think Blount-
stown just decided they
were going to start playing
better, and they came on
like wildfire. "
Aerial Folsom had an
outstanding night for the
Lady Bulldogs in defeat,
picking up nine ace serves,
seven kills, 41, assists, and
seven digs. -
"She had an almost flaw-
less game," .Christopher


said of Folsom. "She was
the leader. She came on
real strong."
Lexie Basford also had
eight ace serves, 13 assists,
and three digs, while Lin-
sey Basford had four ace
serves, 10 kills, 33 assists,
and four digs.
Porsha Morgan had four
aces and two blocks, while
Hayden Searcy had eight
kills, two blocks, and 13
digs.
Whitney Lipford had an
ace and 13 digs.
Christopher said there
were bright spots for her
team, but there's still a lot
of work to do.
"Blountst'own grabbed
the momentum, and all
of the sudden we start
making errors, and we let
them get to us," she said.
"Blountstown capitalized
on our errors. They were
very consistent servers,
and we still have a hard
time with serve receive. It's
a transitional time for us.
We'll get it together, but it
will take a little bit. Time
will tell."
Marianna next travels to
Altha ori Monday before
returning home 'Trhurs-
,day to take on Pensacola
Catholic.


From Page 1B
rushing TD' by Brpgdon
to make it 34-0.
A' 79-yard run by
Padgett set up Brogdon's
third touchdown of
the night from a yard
out to round out the
scoring.
"Just about everything
we did was working and
(Sneads) couldn't get it
going," Graceville coach
Todd Wertenberger said.
"That's the way it'works
sometimes. They had
some turnovers, and we
~just jumped on them."
On top of the four
forced fumbles, the Ti-
gers also blocked a punt
that they turried into a
touchdown. .
"We had a short field


the, whole first half,"
Wertenberger said.
"That's just the way the
whole first half went. We
were hifting them. Our
kids played well."
Padgett finished with
140 rushing yards on 10
carries and three touch-
downs, while also pass-.
ing for a touchdown.
Brogdon rushed for 50
yards, on nine carries,
and Ihiyrick had 69 yards
on six rushes. .
Defensively, Myrick
had six solo tackles and
a forced fumble, while
Sharon Martin had five .
solo tackles, two assists,
and a fumble recovery. *
Bodiford had eight solo
tackles and a fumble
recovery as wells
Gracev~ille will next
play at L~iberty County on
.Thursday at 6 p.m. .


away from his first title
at Flushing Meadows and
third Grand Slam trophy
of the year.
One of Djokovic's two
losses this season came
to Federer.
Djokovic reached his
third U.S. Open final; he
lost to Federer in 2007
and Rafael Nadal in 2010.
On Monday, Djokovic will
face Nadal or Andy Mur-
ray, whose semifinall w~as
later Saturday.


The Associated Press

NEW YORK For the
second straight year,. No-
vak .Djokovic fought off
two match points against
Roger Federer in the U.S.
Open semifinals and got
the victory -- this time,
:a 6-7 (6), 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, 7-
5 win Saturday over the
five-time champion.
The top-seeded Djokov-
ic improved to 63-2 in
2011 and is one victory


making some errors that
Swe couldn't afford to make,
and they battled back and
won the match. I'm very
pleased with that, and
pleased overall with the
match."
Jordan Jack~son led the
Lady Pirates with 11 kills,
five ace serves, and two
block-kills. -
S'Ashley Rogers also had
six kills, while.Logan Neel
added two block-kills.
Becca Aaron led the Lady
Pirates with 24 assists,~
while Emily Jones had a
team-high 18 digs.
Jones also led the team
with 18 serve receives,
while Brandy Strickland
had 12.
The Lady Pirates are now
3-0 in district play.
Roberts said that while
she wasn't totally: satisfied
with her team's energy
to start the season, she
thinks her team has shown
positive signs in the last
week.
"We're still working some
things out, but we're defi-
nitely moving forwaird,'if
she said. "We're starting
to settle some things, and
we're looking a little bet-
ter each time out. They're
playing more like I know
they can."
Sneads next plays on
the rogd Monday against
Blountstown.


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Sneads Lady Pirates
volleyball team made it
four wins iri a row Thurs-
day night at home, beating
Altha in three sets.
The Lady Pirates actually
trailed by six points in the
First set before, rallying to
take a 25-23 win; Sneads
won the next two sets by
scores of25-14 and 25-18.
It was the second win of
the week for Sneads, which
took a three-set win over
Wewahitchka on Tuesday.
The Lady Pirates have
yet to drop a set since
their opening night loss to
Florida High.
Sneads coach Sheila
Roberts said that despite
the win, her team didn't
show much of a sense of
urgency Thursday night
until getting behind early.
"Against Wewa on Tues-
day, we ciune out real
strong from-start to ~finish,
and we were real focused.
(On Thursday), we were a
little flat at the start," she
said. "But overall, I was
pleased with the outcome.
When we were down six
points in the first set, we
called timeout and they
Over to talk about it. They
seemed very mature and
never got rattled or shook.
"They knew they were


eight sole tackles, three
assists, a forced fum-
ble, and .a sack for: the
Tigers. .
Hutchinson led the Se-
ahawks with 75 yards on
seven attempts.
: Franklin County will
host the Cottondale Hor-
nets on Friday at 6:30
p~rn.


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Graceville' Lady Ti-
gers volleyball team moved
to 3-2 on the season with a
four-set victory over Ver-
non on Thursday night in
Vernon.
Graceville won the first
two sets by scores of 25-19
and 25-18 before losing to
Vernon 25-17 in the third

But the Lady Tigers end-
ed the match in the fourth
Jset with a 25-22 win.


Wynterra Pittman led
Gracevile with six kills,
while Taylor McDaniel and
Tiara Sorey each had five
kills.
Sorey led the team with
nine ace serves as well
as 17 serve receives -
while Pittman added eight
ace serves and McDaniel
five.
Graceville will next travel
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home against Bethleh'em
in another league contest.


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88 yards, and Dontarious
Williams 61 yards and a
touchdown.
Joe Boyd and Reggie
Creel also reached the
end zone for SHS on a
night that the Pirates
will remember for a long
time.
At the beginning, things
didn't look so promising
for Sneads, which fum-
bled away the opening
kickoff to turn it over to
Cottondale.
The Hornets paid it
off with a pretty 32-yard
touchdown pass from CJ
Smith to Jacquez Walker
down the right sideline
to make it 6-0 just 11 sec-
onds into the game.
But Daniels returned the
ensuing kickoff 36 yards
to the Hornet 36-yard line,
and Sneads scored seven
plays later six of which
were runs Keys on a 3-
yard rushing TD by Keys.
The extra point by Koty
Lanphere was good.to put
Sneads up 7-6, and the Pi-
rates never trailed again,
"We started a little shaky,
which wias what. had me


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The Associated Press

NEWYORK- Justin Bieber met fans in a
purple leather jacket at Dolce & Gabbana
in New York, Michael Kors launched his
new Rockefeller Center store with a Rock-
ettes kick line, a Ferris wheel went up over
Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills and crowds
of fashionistas spilled into the streets of
Paris Thursday as Fashion's Night Out en-
tered its third year.
"I'm wearing Dolce & Gabbana head to
toe," said Bieber, who was signing D&G
T-shirts ($195 apiece) for fans in Manhat-
tan, one of hundreds of Fashion's Night
Out events worldwide.
Fashion's Night Out was started in 2009
in New York by Vogue editor-in-chief
Anna Wintour as a celebrity-studded way
to lure shoppers into stores during the re-
cession, but it's turned into a global shop-
ping party. Retailers ranging from upscale
boutiques to suburban malls to websites
have embraced the nocturnal shopping
extravaganza, which coincides with the
start of New York Fashion Week and the
important fall fashion season.
Wintour signed September issues of
Vogue for fans at anevent sp onsored bythe
home shopping channel QVC in Manhat-
tan Thursday night, while Bieh~er signed
shirts at the D&G boutique on Madison
Avenue. Nearly every adult shopper at the
jam-packed Bieber site had a pint-sized
companion, the boys with Bieber hair, the
girls wNith lip gloss courtesy of free touch-
ups to promote D&G lipstick.
Stephanie Steinberg brought her 11-
year-old daughter Caroline, wiho clutched
her just-signed shirt after meeting the pop
star. "I've never seen her speechless until
now," the mom said. D&G donated a por-
tion of proceeds from the event to Bieber's
favorite charity, Pencils of Promise.
In Paris, teenage girls mingled with


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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Singer Justin Bieber attends the Fashion Night
Out Dolce & Gabbana at the Dolce & Gabbana
store on Madison & 69th street on Thursday.

grand dames in Chanel jackets and pearls
inside lwuxur boutiques in the so-called
"Golden Triangle" shopping district.
"With the Champagne and the music,
it's like a party in here," said Paris reveler
Sandra Pauwels, 35, while sipping a cock-
tail at Ungaro.
Milan, Dallas and even Adelaide, Austra-
lia, were among other cities pai-ticipating
worldwide. Celebrities at Fashion's Night
Out in London included actress Gwyneth
Paltrow, who attended a Vogue party. In
New York, Fifth Avenue was packed with
throngs of shoppers streaming in and out
of stores like Bergdorf Goodman, where
crowds came to see Oscar de la Renta. One
of NewYork's longest lines was outside an '
Yves Saint-Laurent boutique, where fans "
waited to meet rapper-turned-R&(B star
Nicki Minaj.


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testants chio-
Ssen to "Come
on downn" on the TV game
show "The Price Is Right"?
- D.A.W., ANNAPOLIS,
MD.
Answer: From the view-
ers' perspective it's simple
enough: show up for the .
taping of the show, sit in
the audience and hope.
Actually, there's a bit
more to it than that.
Would-be contestants
must~ show up hours
before taping and are
given a large tag to wear
that includes identifying
information..Small groups
meet with the show's
producer, who decides in
advarice who will be called
on stage as contestants.
The producer is looking


for certain traits, including
enthusiasm and expres-
sive looks and gestures.
Prettyr girls, interesting-
looking individuals, col-
lege students and men in
uniform have the edge.
The 'current version of
the show premiered in .
1972 and was hosted by
Bob Barker until his retire-
ment in 2007. Drew Carey
succeeded Barker at the
beginning of Season 36 ill
October 2007.

I would like to
know every-
Sthing I can
about Tom Netherton, a
singer from "The Law-
rence Welk Show." Was he
an officer in the Army?
Did he ever marry? Does
he stil sing? J.E.H., NO


CITY OR STATE
Answer: Thomas Harold
Netherton Jr. was born in
1947 in Munich, Germany.
(His father was in the
service and was stationed
.there.) He attended the
University of Minne-
sota, where he studied
architecture.
He enlisted in the U.S.
Army as a second lieuten-
ant and was stationed
in Panama during the
Vietnam War. He joined
"The Lawrence Welk
Show" in the mid-1970s .
and finished tlie decade as
a regular. -
Up until a few years ago
he continued to perform
concerts, but I have not
heard about his activities
during recent years. He
never married.


Dear Annie: I'm 12 years old, and my
brother is verbally and physically abu-
sive. Sometimes it's just playing around,
but other times it really hurts. When I yell
out, my mom gets involved. She sends us
both to our rooms without even knowing
what the problem is. She doesn't want to
hear it. She always says, ";You'll just have
to work it 'out on your own."
I've tried to ignore it whien my brother
hits me, but it really hurts, and when he
calls me names, that hurts, too. Recently,
I've developed some medical problems
with my head. I don't think my brother is
the cause, but you never know.
I don't really have an adult I can talk to.
This doesn't seem like a matter for any .


authorities. What should I do?
BRUISED IN NEBRASKA

Dear Bruised: A certain amount of argu-
ing between siblings is normal, and un-
kind words are not unusual. But the hit-
ting needs to stop. Your mother sounds
as if she is tired of refereeing your fights.
Instead, work on what sets your brother
off. In most sibling altercations, neither
sibling is totally blameless. Consider that
you are somehow provoking him. It's also
possible that your brother cannot con-
trol his jealousy, in which case, you may
need to avoid him. Discuss this with your
school counselor, and show your ~mother
this letter, and tell her you wrote it.


Horoscopes
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.


some reason you should
find yourself quite re-
laxed when involved in a
partnership situation-
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.
23) An old project that
was going nowhere can
be resurrected and made
meaningful at this time.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
22) Your strong, char-
ismatic personality will
emerge and function like
a magnet, drawing ev-
eryone to you.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-
Dec. 21) Influences
that have a strong effect
on your occupation are
trending in your favor.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-
Jan. 19) If you can, take
care of some of the ob-
ligations you have with
others.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) favorable up-
'swing in your affairs iS
indicated to take place.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March
20) Keep your lines of
communication open to
as many people as pos-
sible. Good news could
be on its way.
ARIES (Manch ~21-April
19) People in general
are likely to treat you in a
very generous fashion.
TAURUS (April 20-M~ay
20) The chances that
nice things could hap-
pen to you will increase
considerably.
GEMINI (May 21-June
20) Don't be afraid to
strive for objectives that
might test your capabili-
ties and talents.
CANCER (June 21-July
22) You are likely to
hnavset acci lase gas o
they are social or com-
mercial in nature.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
-.Something of a prof-
itable nature can be de-
veloped, generating ad-
ditional income.


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Today is the.254th day
of 2011 and the 83rd day
of summer.
TODAY'S HISTORY: In
1841, President John Ty-
ler's entire Cabinet .(ex-
cluding Secretary of State
DanielWebster) resigned
to protest his veto of a
national banking bill.
In 2001, hijacked
planes crashed into ~New
York City's World Trade
Center, the Pentagon in
Virginia, and a Pennsyl-
vania field in terrorist at-
tacks thdt claimed nearly
3,ooo lives.
TODAY'S BIRTHAYS:
O. Henry (1862-1910),
short-story writer; D.H.
Lawrence (1885-1930),
Novelist; Ferdinand Mar-
cos (1917-89), deposed
Filipino president; Brian
De Palma (1940- ), film
director; Moby (1965- ),
musician; Harry Connick
Jr. (1967- ), actor/singer;
Ludacris (1977- ), rap-
]'er/actor; Jacoby Ells-
Sbury (1983- ), baseball
player.
TODAY'S. FACT: John
Tyfler was the first vice
president to assume
the presidency because
.of a sitting president's
death. During the term
lie .served after Wil-
liam Henry Harrison's
month-long presidency,
Tyler was often referred
to slightingly as "His
Accidency" or "Acting
President."
TODAY'S QUOTE: "Life
is ours to be spent, not
to be saved." D.H.
Lawrence
TODAY'S NUMBER:


4,256 number of total
career hits for Pete Rose
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We have been looking at deals in which keep-
ing an eye on the critical spot-cairds has been
important. Whenever I do a class on that sub-
ject, I usually end with this deal. It is not really
a spot-card problem -more spotting the way
around roadblock.
Well, how would you try to make seven W
spades after West leads the club jack? As, regu-
lar readers will know, I am not a fan of the two- V
diamond "waiting"' response to two clubs. I +
believe the responder should make a positive 4
response with eight-plus points to tell partner
that it is a slam deal. Here, though, North had
such a strong hand that he knew he could take
charge after he discovered South's hand-type.
When South rebid two spades, guaranteeing
at least five spades and promising nine-plus
winners, North launched into Blackwood be-
fore settling his side into seven spades.
You seem to have 13 tricks: five spades, three
hearts, two diamonds and three clubs. But how
do you get them all with no dummy entry left?
If you only held a spade lower than the 10.
There is a way that just requires reasonable
breaks in clubs and hearts. First, take all three
of dummy's club winners, discarding your ace
and king of hearts! Then, cash dummy's three
heart tricks, pitching your three diamond los-
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SPORTS


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players from last season, with
only five key players returning.
With all that said, Ephriam
said he is optimistic about this
year.
"The girls have been working
hard, but we still have a lot of
work to do," he said. "We have '
another tough schedule this
year, but that's what we need if
we are to prepare the girls for the


next level of play."
This year's roster of players
consists of D~'keyah Adams, Zay
Blandenburg, Ashley Bunting,
Jazmine Cuevas, ]D'Aryll Green,
Jasmine Harris, La'Quira High-
smith, Tacoria Holden, JaQuain-
na Hughes, Alexis Jackson,
Alaysha Jennings, Brianna John-
son, Faith Long, Nichelle Long,
Breanna Massey, Caly Offhaus,


Mary Screen, Cha'quisha Spears,
Shemeriah Spears,' Tradejsa
Speights, Torriana White, Nikeria
Williams, Sha'Asia Williams, and
Simone Works.
After traveling to Walton on
Monday, the Lady Bullpups will
be in Grand Ridge on Tuesday
before returning for their horne
opener on Wednesday against
Cottondale.


BY SHELIA MADER
Floridan Correspondent

The Marianna Middle School
girls basketball team is set to tip
off the 2011 season Monday with
a road game against Walton,
MMS coach D'Leisha Ephriam
returns for her third year at the
helm, with assistance from MHS
Lady Bulldogs varsity coach


Chucky Brown.
The Lady Bullpups are coming
off of an 8-2 'A' team season, with
the 'B' team finishing 5-1.
MMS will have some rebuild-
ing to do with the loss of Gen-
esis Calhoun, Azaria Marlowe,
Alonshay Bailey, and Rebecca
Mullins, who have moved on to
MHS.
The team lost a total of 12


continue rain or shine with
indoor facilities available.
Skill evaluation for run-
ning, hitting andl fielding
begins at 9 a.m. with skill
evaluation for hitting, pitch-
ing and catching to follow.
Players should wear base-
ball pants and bring their
own bats, spikes, gloves, hats
and protective cups.
Registration deadline is
Sept. 14. Participants must
provide proof of insurance
and sign a waiver of liability.
Cost is $100. For informa-
tion, call coach Jeff Johnson
at 850-718-2237, or visit
www.chipola.edu.

Travel Ball Tryouts

Li hnig taveC sf t
team will continue to hold
individual tryouts in Alford
for their 10U and 14U teams.
Pickup players for upcom-
ing fall tournaments will
also be sought after for both
teams. If interested, call 850-
258-8172, or email ikiev@
yahoo.com.

College Exposure Team

BSN' Fastp ohu anbd
Panama City Lady Lightning
are forming an 18U College
Exposure Team.

tas an D- shosle~~O
college coaches.
Tryouts are on Sunday and
Sept. 18 at arders Par'kin


Panama City.
Ages 16-18 are encouraged
to try out. For more infor-
mation, call. 850-276-0864.

Golf Tournament
The Plant Scholz Chapter
of the Gulf Power Trans-
formers ahs scheduled its
fourth annual charity golf
tournament for Sept. 24 at
Flqnida Caverns Golf Course.
The proceeds from the
tournament will benefit
needy children in Jackson
County.
There will be three-man
teams, with cost at $60 per
player, including green fees,
ad aunch Ier ste dca
rces can sg al ta8 e4 -o
4257. Companies interested
in sponsoring the event can
call 850-593-6421 for more
information.

Alumni Football Games
-There will~be a full contact
ahimni football league held
this winter.
The games are full pads
with officials, announcers,
and video creh, and is o en
football players 18 and older
in the area.
Games will take place on

Thee mst e a e 35

Those interested can sign
lup at www.alumnifootbal


High School Football
Friday Jay at Sneads, 7
p.mn.; Marianna at Libety
County, 7 jp.m.; Cottondale
at Franklin County, 6:30 p.m.
.,, The Graceville Tigers are
off this week. .

JuRior Varsity Football
Tuesday -Walton at Mari-
anna, 6 p.m.
Thursday Graceville at
Chipley, 6 p.m.; Sneads at
Blountstown, 6 p.m.

Middle School Football
Tuesday Gr'aceville at
Cottondale, 6 p.m.; Grahd

Thu tda Pot St. Joe at
Marianna, 6 p.m.


High School Volleyball
Monday Sneads at
Blountstown, 5 and 6 p.m.;
Mariannra at Altha, 5 and 6
p.m.
Tuesday -- Sneads at
Cottondale, 4, 5 and 6 p.m.;
Graceville at Altha, 5 and 6

C urday Pensacola
and 6 p.m.; Bethlehem at
Graceville, 5 and 6 p.m.;
Altha at Cottondale, 4, 5 and

6 Optimist Golf

Tournament
Optimist announces its


first Northeast Jackson
County Optimist golf tour-
nament to benefit youth
activities in Jackson County.
The tournament will
be on Thursday at Indian
Springs Golf Course, and all
proceeds will go to provide
many different programs
and competitions for the
youth of Jackson County.
Northeast Jackson County
Optimist Club also provides
Christmas for needy chil-
dren frott Jackson County.
The format of the tourna-
ment is a four-man scramble
with registration and lunch
beginning at 11:30 a.m., and
tee time at 12:30 p.m.
Hole sponsorships for

abefo $30,N eetr vfe
for individual golfers at $55.
Lunch and beverages on
the cart are provided for all.
For more information,
call President of NEJCOC
Liz Jackson at 850-557-
8637, or NEJCOC Board
memberr James Miler at .
850-569-5282.

Chipola Baseball
Showcase,
.Chipola College's annual
Select Ba ball Showchase

Chi ola field
Thpe event is o en to~all


baseball team.
Chieck-in o ens.at 8 a.m.
Son Sept. 17. Tphe event will


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2) James & Sikes
3) Champion Tile
4) The A Team *
5) Marianna Animal Hospital
6) Jim's Buffet & Grill
7) Marianna Metal
8) Gazebo
9) Kindel Awards
10) Pacers *


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5) Team 10
6) Melvin Painti g
7) Mr. Bingo g
8) Try HardS
9) Tea No. 4
10) Domble Trouble


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LAKE SEMIINOLE

.:::e .idengrema n
lake adjusts to cooler
overall temperatures
and stabilizes behind the
recent tropical-system
and frontal passage. If
conditions hold, expect
improvement soon. For
now, frog-type baits and
other topwater offerings
fished in the grass early
in the morning may pay
off sporadically. Deep-
diving crankbaits fished
along deep river ledges in
the main lake are another
possibility, as are Caro-
lina-rigs with six-inch
worms.
HIybrids are still fair
early and late on the
flats. Use topwater plugs
or crankcbaits when they
surface.
Crappies are slow. Look
for them on channel ledg-
es at 10 to 15 feet and fish
minnows.
Bream are biting from
time to time on shallow-
water sandbars early and
late.
Catfish are slow, but
some channel cats have
been taken on stinkbaits


CHAT"TAHOOCHEE

Rf Ehe creeks aren't too
muddy, venture upstream
and tempt the bass with
small, lightly weighted
Texas-rig worm in pump-
kinseed, motor oil, or
similar pattern. Fish
around visible cover very
slowly. Also try jerk~baits
and shallow crankbaits
for possible success.
Bottom-fishing with
earthworms in these same
creeks can produce some
fair mixed-bag bream
and catfish catches. Most
of the bream are feisty,
hand-size shell crackers
that are quite enjoyable
to catch. The drift-fish-
ing for breamn in the main
river lias slowed down.
T~ailwater catfish have
been fair and the bluff-
wall catfishing is good at
times, but spotty.Wigglers
are the preferred catfish
offering at present.
Crappies are slow.
Generation schedules, pool levels,
and other such information for
area waterways may be obtained
by caln thtll-fre 1-8188-T71-46n01.
and access the touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River System.


along the river channels.
LAKE EUFAULA
Bass fishing is still fair
and expected to improve
over the next several days.
Continue to fish structure
such as points and humps
or any similar current-
breaking cover. The pres-
ence of baitfish and wood
structure in these areas
is a plus. Best baits are
deep-running crankbaits
and Carolina or Texas-
rigged worms. Fish worm
rigs directly in any brushy
or woody structure you
can find and fish them
slowly.
Hybrids continue to
school early and late over
the ledges. There is a lot
of surface activity from
multiple fish schools.
Catch these fish with a
shad-imitating crankbait.
Crappies are fair. Ledg-
es in 15 to 20 feet of water
have been giving up some
pretty good fish in mod-
erate numbers.
Brteam are good, but in-
dividual fish are small as
a rule.
LAKE ANDREWS/


l ceto rahrlengthy fall from a tree
stand. I was uninjured,
but my impact with the
ground caused the camera
strapped around my neck
to strike my chest hadrd
enough to temporarily
imprint "Canon" into my
skin across the sternum
region. That's the closest
l've ever come to having a
tattoo.
There was a time,
though, not all that long
ago, when I actually
considered getting myself
tattooed for real. I don't
know why. Maybe I was
having a mid-life crisis or
just thought I needed to
make a "statement." You
know, like a pro athlete, a
rock star, or that college
kid who passed out during
spring break and woke up
with a really good likeness
of male ger italia inked
,into his forehead.
I am personally ac-
quainted with several .
people who sport tattoos.
Many of them obtained
their body art while
stationed overseas in the
service. Obviously the
1960s and 70s were not
great periods of creativ-
ity or individuality. Their
tattoos are mostly big red
hearts with "MIOTHER"
.scripted beneath' them
or naked womes on their
knees with their hands
behind their heads. Forget
the one with the naked
woman and "MOTHER"
in the sarne scene. That
guy wvas on something far
more potent thap German
beer or Polish vodka.
Contemplating a tattoo
of my very own, my first
consideration was what
kind.
I gare serious thought to
a majestic 10-point buck
standing proudly above
a banner reading "Deer
Slayer" Brit, no. I wanted
to be honest. A deer-hunt-
ing theme for.-me would
merit a wormy six-pointer
or perhaps a yearling doe.
So, maybe a 10-pound
largemouth with the cap-
tion "Bass Assassin?" Uh
uh. Better a three-finger
bluegill, which the artist
I was consulting didn't
know how to draw. ,
Okay, how about a
big, loud, gas-guzzling
4-wheel drive pickup
with "Boggin' written
underneath? Doggone
it, that wouldn't work


the phrase "Born Too
Loose."
I gazed at the motto
for a moment, puzzled,
and then said, "Explain,
please.
w~htsr to explain?" he
replied. "This says it all.
You know I've had a hard
life. My luck's always been
bad. Nothin's ever gone
right for me. I just thought
I'd feel better getting' it all
out in the open like this.
'Born To Lose.' That tells
it, don't it?" .
Folks, I just didn't have
the heart. I'm just glad
Mrs. Griggs, who taught
us spelling in sixth grade,
wasn't alive to see it.
Afterthought: It occurs
to me that 40 or 50 years
from now there'll be a lot
of old folks with old tat-
toos and old skin totter-
ing around out there. It's
unlikely I'll be around to
see them, but some of you
will. Think about that. Just
don't think too long.


either. More appropriate
to draw a Chevy Colorado
and change "Boggin"' to
"Bogged Down."
Decisions, decisions.
Getting tattooed while
sober and of sound mind
is complicated.
Another dilemma: where
to put the thing?
On my chest? I didn't
think so. I no longer go
shirtless in public, a
fact for which I'm sure
t-the public is eternally
grateful.
On a leg, maybe? Forget
it. I haven't worn shorts
since the day I was told
my bare legs protrud-
ing from hiking boots
made me look like a
killdeer standing in empty
shotgun hulls.
Well, how about.....? Oh
no, Bubba. Ain't no way
anybody's getting down
there with an electric
needle!
I finally just gave up on
the whole idea. Perhaps
one day I'll scribble
"Bob" across the back of
my hand with a Magic
Marker, but for now my
less-than-impressive
body shall remain a blank
canvas. I am, however,
'still thinking about having
something pierced, so
y'all stay tuned.
"No tattoo for me," I
told my buddy Cletus
Monroe after I reached my
decision.
"Why not?" Clete re-
plied. "I got one."
"Hluh?" I asked. "Really?
I've known you forever
and you've never once
said' anything about hav-
ing a tattoo.WMhen did
you get it and why havel
never seen it?
."Lotsa things you don't
know'bout me, Hoss," he
said. "I got it three years
ago in Little Rock, Arkan-
sas. I'd been thinking' 'bout
it for a long time."
S"Okay,"I said. "Let's
have lookk"
Resignedly, Clete unbut-
toned and opened the
front of his shirt. There,
across his bare chest was
a flowing banner upon,
which was emblazoned .


* An urge to move the legs,.usually accompanied
or caused by uncomfortable and unpleasarit legs
sensations
* Symptoms begin or worsen during periods of
rest or inactivity such as lying or sitting
* Symptoms are partially or totally relieved by
movement, such as walking or stretching, at least
as long as the activity continues
* Symptoms are worse or occur only in the eve-
ning or at night
Dr. Bogan! advises, "If you think your symptoms
match the diagnosis criteria for RLS, then speak
with your physician. Only a doctor can diagnose
RLS. There are lifestyle changes that may help al-
leviate symptoms as well as some over the counter
products and FDA-approved prescription medica-
tions."
For more information on RLS, visit www.RLS.
org or www. Restlesslegs.com.


(ARA) Have you ever experienced creepy-
crawly, tingly-tightening sensations in your legs
just as you sit down and relax, especially in the
evening or night? You are not alone. *
It is estimated that nearly 10 percent of the U.S.
adult population experiences the symptoms of
restless legs syndrome (RLS) while approximately
2 to 3 percent of adults have moderate to Severe
RLS. .
Even though these sensations usually occur in
the legs, the fact is that RLS is a neurologic condi-
tion.
"Although the exact cause of RLS is unknown,
studies continue to indicate that RLS is a long-term,
neurological disorder. RLS symptoms often occur
when people are about to rest or relax, causing
both motor (the urge to move the legs) and sen-
sory symptoms (the sensations ir-th-e legs)," says
RES researcher Richard Bogan, MD, president,and -
niedical.director of SleepMed of South Carolina
and associate clinical professor in the University
of Sout~h Carolina Medical School. "Man people
may! live with the disruptive symptoms ofRLS for
years depending on the type they have, prirriary
or secondary RLS," he adds.
There are two types of RLS: primary RLS and
secondary. RLS. In primary RLS, symptoms tend to
become more troublesome as adults get older,
which is.why most people are diagnosed in mid-
die-a~ge. Also, women are twice as likely as men to
have RLS, and symptoms tend .to become worse
over time. Iriterestingly, a family history is report
ed by many patients with primary RLS, suggesting
a genetic link to the disease.
Research in this- area is ongoing at respected
in'stitutibns such as the National Institute of Neu-
rological Disorders and Stroke, but there are still
many aspects of the condition that are not well
understood.
Secondary RLS is typically a short-term condi-
tion duie to an underlying medical condition or
certain medications.
Examples include kidney failure, liow levels of
iron and pregnancy.
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Frigidaire Refrigerator., 18 cu.ft. with ice maker,
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Honda'01 250 wheeler with reverse, new
tires, excellent condition $1400. 334-677-7748.


'07 1sft suntracker party barge with cover
40hp Mercury, 4-stroke big foot, TrailStar
single axle trailer, uesed very little, exc. cond.
$11,000 229-768-2058. '
13 ft. Gheenow boat & trailer Olive green in
color & boat is in GREAT condition with padded
seats. Trailer & Tires NO WEAR. Boat only used
a couple of times. Call Chris 334-791-5755 to
come see. $1050.
198117r Welicraft, 170HP Inboard, Clean,
New c rpet, tandem wheel trailer $2695 334-

Cobia 74 15' boat fiberglass with 48 hp,
bonson m tor & trailer, good condition $1400.

RHINO 2008, 18FT- 90 HP Suzuki, 55 LB
Minnkota, Aluminum Trailer, Humminbird
Depth Finder, on Board Charger, Binini top,
'$14,200 334-798-4175


Tra sfer Truck Driver
Hihshoo rilm oruivln ot ao e
tr aor year a kxeie i theepur o er
heavy motorized equipment. Requires a
valid Class A CDL prior to employment.
$9.0927per hour.
Head Mechanic
Graduation from high school or its
equivalent, including or supplemented by
*course work in automotive mechanics, and
6 to 9 years of experience repairing
automobiles and motorized equipment.
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Rhino Boat* V176 Stick steer, with 70HP Zuzuki
4 stroke, loaded, low hours, like new, garage
kept. $10,900. Call 334-714-5860


2 & 3 BR MH's in
Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595. -
2BR 2BA Located inSneads $350/month 850-
573-0308.
2BR 2BA Screen porch, CH/A, H20/sewer/
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3/2 DW in Malone, CH/A, No pets, security
neg., Section 8 ok. 850-594-9991 or 850-693-
6075
Cottendale, FL mobile home for rent 3 bed-
room, 2 full baths, all electric, covered front
porch and covered back porch concrete patio,
central heat and air, new beige carpet, dish-
washer, washer/dryer hook up,big front and
back yard with trees, NO PETS. Must have ref-
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acre lot for sale on Whispering Pines Circle in
Greenwood, FL. The property has big trees and
plenty rf bilding sits s hav adj cent
$29,000, Call : 859-536-2663.



SO AEB WE;3BR/2BA 1102 Garden Lanes with 1600SF
REDUCED $85k Call 334-793-3086


Dutchman '06 Denali 30ft, sleeps 8, double
slide, bunk house, shelter kept, great shape,
MUST SELL! $18,500. Call 334-790-9730
FLEETWOOD 2005 Prowler AX6, 5th wheel, 36
ft, 4 slides, large shower, 30/50AMP. $20,000
080 Call 334-695-4995, 334-687-7862.



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3/2 Home in town, CH/A, dishwasher, fresh
paint & new carpet. 1st, last & deposit, $750
each. 4195 Bowers St. Call for appointment
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Trail Lite 2006 R-VISION
26 ft., fully loaded,
bought new, 13K mileS
$49,995 334-616-6508
Winnebago 02' 37 ft. with slide, AC&H leveling
jacks, back up camera, 2-TV's, auto-recliner
queen sofa, king dome satellite, con. micro-
wav ovens f olr a igs 3 5900.



YAMAHA'05 FX 1100 Waverunner, 3 seater,
with cover, with trailer, garage kept $5,000
334-687-0218, 706-575-3760

TRANSPORTATION


Toyota '07 4Runner. Clean one owner. Miles
113,330. Engine life expectancy 350,000 -H Gets
20MPG!! Asking price $20,000 0.B.O. Retail val-
ue $21,575. Call/Text Rachel 334-406-9830.
make offer!


chevrolet '02 Silverado X/Cab $1,295 Down 0%
Interest. Open 9am 9pm 1-800-470-0650
Chevrolet '07 Silverado Crew Cab SL 2WD,
white with gray leather, 68K miles, one owner,
includes black toolbox, black running boards,
new Bridgestone AT tires. $14,900
gall 334-596-1329
Chevy '04 Silverado Z71 with tow package
Mi hilen tires, 108K mi. white $13,900. 334-790-

Dodge '01 Ram 1500 quad cab, V8, loaded, 183K
mi. runs' good $2500. OBO 334-798-1768 or 334-
691-7111


Chevrolet '97 Astro Van
conveo dVanwra ed
One owner, GREAT
condition.52ZK mi. $9,500.
334-897-2054 or
334-464-1496
Coachhouise'95 Van camper, 2 singles beds,
microwave, generator, bathroom, stove &
refrigerator. good condition. 8,.000. OBO
S334-347-1887 or 334-449-0162.
Ford '92 Econoline Conversion van with
Vangator wheelchair lift. Good condition-
334-475-3310 or 334-447-8738
Nissan '00 Quest, 120K mi. Clean interior, Good
Condition $5900 334-677-7321



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or unwanted vehicals & farming equipment,
Title or no Title 24 hrs a day, also pay finders
fee. 334-596-0154 or 850-849-6398

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or unwanted vehicals & farming equipment,
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CITY OF MARIANNA
Municipal Development Department
Invitation to Bid

NOTICE is hereby given to all interested per-
sons or firms that sealed bids will be accepted
by the Marianna City Clerk, at City Hall, located
at 2898 Green Street, Marianna, Florida 32446,
until 1:00 p.m. on Friday, September 16, 2011,
for the following item:
BID NUMBER: 11-01
BuD tT LE Demolition of Dilapidated

LOCATION #1: Property located at 4311 Forest


'05 Amadas 4 row peanut combined picked
about 1200 ac. very good cond. $46,500 KMC 4
row peanut shaker, good cond $6500.
S33e4.4030251 or 334-43-0249 *

+ Ford 250'07 black in color, 2-wheel drive
168K miles, navigation system, new tires,
very well maintained, back up camera, tow
pack, elec seats, cold AC $ 16,900.
)334.ggy3ggg 4


ll~ ii~~~ii~~~ii~~~ii~~ BMW '01 3251- LOADED,
only 113K, 4-door, power
everything, 5-speed, clean
~C~Z~title, leather seats, power
sunroof, wood grain interi-
or, 6 CD changer, radio/cassette player, excel-
lent condition, premium sound system, excel-
lent gas mileage (only about 90 dollars per
month!!) extremely clean and very well taken
car. Must See $8000. Call TODAY 334-7163-0146
~-J~~-~~T-IT~Buick '00 Century
-Custom, V-6, automatic,
loaded, 110,000 miles,
nrew tires, clean, $3995.
334-790-7959
Cadillac DTS 08' fully loaded, 35K miles.
immaculate condition, $23,000. OBO 334-792-
3089 or 334-618-1449.

Clhc leter nteri07,es ier gruou d eff ctth
automatic, 65K miles, 229-524-2955
Chevrolet '00 Monte Carlo $575 Down 0%
Interest. Open 9am 9pm, 1-800-470-0650
Chevrolet'03 Impala: $875 Down, 0% Interest
Open 9am 9pm. 1-800-470-0650

Automatic 350 (Silver). Will
sell as is for $4,700. 080


Ford'99 F150 X/Cab: $975 Down, 0% Interest
Open 9am 9pm, 1-800-470-0650 .
e~lp~GMC'89 3500Diesel-
a Excellent work truck, long
wheel base, orange,
rebuilt engine,
51,500. Quick Sell
Call 334-791-9099 '
-GMC'98 1500 3-door,
loaded, 132K miles, $3400.
OBO 334-691-7111 or
334-798-1768
..You can pay more
But you won't find a better one!
MONDA '08 RIDGELINE RTL- white with tan
leather interior, sunroof and satellite radio,
new michelin tires, and only 32k miles.
$27,500. Call Scott 334-685-1070

ISHZu 2001 26' Box Truck'-
19000gy, extra clean, no CDL' Required*
.$18,500. Call 334-299-0300.

Nissan'04 Frontier, 27K miles, New Tires, New
Battery, Automatic Trans., power windows
power locks, one owner, Senior Citizen owned
and driven. $12,000 OBO 334-701-0998
Toyota '02 Tacoma Crew Cab. Automatic, 139k
miles, PERFECT Condition. Loaded, Beautiful!
$10,800 Firm. 334-596-9966
~t~mj~b~)TRACTOR -IH1440 Combine,
Field Ready, Grain Head and Corn
Head. $7,000. 850-415-0438


CARPET CLEANING VAN FOR SALE
Dodge '94 Ip a250- V8, 94k miles, new
paint, has quality Banedlene equipment,
recently rdes red iLsde n out, supplies
Call 334-774-0122 or 334-477-4767


~J~i1~5~Chevy 81' Corvette Red,
SA tcN. Mir ored To s, 52K
: 'V~oBrakes & Shocks. new
exhaust Garage kept.
$12,500. OBO 334-596-2376
Chevy Tahoe LT '05 pewter 1-owner, loaded,
leather, dvd, 3rd seat, good condition. 95K mi.
$13,000 334-685-6186.
DO YOU KNOW ANYONE WITH BAD CREDIT? .
I can get U Riding Today
Repos, Slow Credit, Past Banktruptcy OK!
$0 Down/ 1st Payment, Tax, Tag & Title
Push, Pull or Drag, Will Trade anything!
Warranty On Every Vehicle sold!
$100 Referrals! Call Stev~e 800-809-4716

DO YOU KNOW ANYONE WITH BAD CREDIT?
I can get U Riding Today
Regios, S'low Credit, Past Bankruptcy OK!
$0 Down/1st Payment, Tax, Tag & Title
Push, Pull or Drag, WNill Trade anything!
'Wrat dOn Evr IPVeil 0 81d9147

.Ford '08 F-150 Limited ,20,060 miles, 1222 of
5000 made, 5.4 v8 like new, in dash navigation
& satellite radio. Heated, capt chair front seats,
super crew cab, rear camera and alarm, 22".
rims, all stock. $28,000. 334-618-7046
Ford '95 Muistang GT Convertible- white with
leather interior, 200k mile runs great, needs
paint, $4,300. OBO Call 334-774-0451
1-0wner
GMC'99 Sonoma SLS
extia cab, new tires,
~automatic, 4 cylinder,
57,000 miles, excellent,
$5795. 334-790-7959.
Jaguar '9@XJ5 nice car! runs perfect! gray in
color $2,500. 334-379-3078 ,
Lincoln '99 Towncar Signature Series tan with
tan leather interior, extra clean, low mileage,
'fully loaded, maintenance records available,
onle owner $5,500. Call 334-886-2433
Toyota '06 Hybrid Prius 3, silver in color, 4-
door, 1-owner, 47K miles, 44mpg. Excellent
condition $16,200. 334-774-2216.
Toyota '10 Corolla LE- Owner Must Sell!
Gray, 3-warranty, 7k miles, loaded, cloth
interior, like new condition.
$15,000. Call 334-347-6396 or 334-300-3412
Toyota'10 Prius, Fully Loaded, Navigation,
Backup camera, ventilation system, leather
seats, Heated seats, power windows & locks
~27K Miles, 52 MPG, Sunroof, Excellent
Condition, Last year sold for $32,400,
ASKING $22,900; Going back to a truck.
Call 334-488-6093


Kawasaki'O9 KXF250
Motor by BPM, 2 brothers
performance pipe. Very
fast bilt fotr irotor-

334-726-3842



Less than 10K mi. on new
GMC motor. Motor under
factory warranty. 4 new
M~ichelin tires. Vehicle is
in above average condition. Tow Package
.included.$85,200 334-897-3288
Chevy '01 Tahoe LS- 4WD, 8 cylinder, auto,
4or reti een withO3B~row sets, f~u1 loaded'
Dodge'99 Durango: $795 Down, 0% Interest
Open 9am -9pm, 1-800-470-0650 '
Honda '02 CR-V EX 4x4 automatic sunroof, 4cyl.
tit srwwhmi ses cntol sd onecwitires. PWR,
EX clean 136kmi, $8900. 080 334-389-3071.
JEEP '96 Grand Cherokee, gold pack, new

Subar 0 Forstr Prmu0m sml 3uv,72;
miles, one owner, regularly serviced. Automat-
ic, 4-cyl, AC, All Wheel Drive, cruise control, CD
:t-ath, unrof trirohth. .campomagne met
inside and out, excellent gas mileage 23+ city,
29+ highway, top safety rating, great car to
~drive. $14,900. 334-699-6453 or 334-796-5719


Street, Marianna
Identified by Tax IDG 0d4-4N-10-0000-1560-0030
LOCATION #2: Property located at 2936 Hall
Street, Marianna
Identified by Tax ID #05-4N-10-0403-00DO-0020
Owned by Douglas E. Martin
LOCATION #3: Property located at 4195 Clay
Street, Manianna
Identified by Tax ID #05-4N-10-0000-0910-0000
Owned by Jimmie Demps
LOCATION #4: Property located at 4223 Clay
Street, Marianna
Identified by Tax ID #04-4N-10-0289-0030-0010
Owned by Latrell Smith
LOCATION #5: Property located 2826 St. Clair
Street, Marianna
Identified byoTax ID #03-e4N-10-0346-0000-1080
LOCATION #6: Property located 2818 Chipola
Street, Marianna
Identified by Tax ID #03-4N-10-0256-0020-0101
Owned by James M. Pollock
LOCATION #7: Property located 2855 Barnes
Street, Marianna
Identified by Tax ID #~04-4N-10-0040-0050-0050
Owned by Carl Williams
LOCATION #8: Property located 4158 Myles
Street, Marianna
Identified by Tax ID #05-4N-10-0000-0480-0000
Owned by Rodrique and Edith Nivose

The project includes:
. Complete removal of all structures
nt iisned o dsemliaio a ist rbe vb eta-
tr debri
ti Cmpl te cleanup of the site
* Leveling, grading and sodding of disturbed
areas

AII proposals must contain the contractor's as-
surance to the City that the first structure will
be demolished, cleaned up and sodded within
the first ten days after the award of the con-
tract, and at least one structure will be demol-
ished, cleaned up, and sodded every ten days
thereafter until the project is completed. All
toermt are th es csiit rf tahem yotr
and all necessary arrangements for the discon-
nection of both private and public utility serv-
ices. In the' event the successful contractor
fails compliance, the bid win revert to the next
lowest or best bidder.

Payments will be divided up between job sites
and individual payments will be made only af-
ter passing a complete inspection at each site
with the City retaining 10% until all work has
been completed. Anyone wishing to bid can in-
spect the properties prior to bidding.
Bids will be opened and recorded at the City of
Marianna City Commission Meeting Room at
1:00 p.m. on September 16, 2011.

Specifications and General Condition Bid Pack-
ets may be obtained from the Municipal Devel-
opment Dep'artment~office between the hours
oa. nonrma iono inur eo tbyberonadhe r
contacting Kay Dennis, Municipal Development
Director or Stephen Tatum, Planner at (850)
482-2786.
IMPORTANT

Quotations SHALL be submitted in a sealed en-
velope marked
SEALED QUOTE and identified by the NAME OF
THE FIRM, NAME OF THE CONTRACTOR/
BIDDER AND NUMBER OF THE QUOTE, 'along
with the DAll! AND TIME OF OPENING.

Award notice will be publicly announced at the
next regular meeting of the City of Marianna
City Commission following bid acceptance date
if possibit. Bid awards will be made to the
best bidder. The City of Marianna reserves the
right to reject any and all bids and waive any
informalities or irregularities in the bids re-
ceived.

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Dodge '02 Ram 1500 4-wh~eel drive, quad cab,
P/U with 4.7 liter engine, cold air, chrome run-
ning boards, chrome rims, chrome tool box,
tow package and new tires. 149,698 miles.
Excellent condition. $8499. 4 334-790-6832.


FORD '89 F150 4Wvh, 4x4
Auto, $4,600 or reasonable
Offer. Call 229-334-8520 '


Chevrolet '81 Corvette
Automatic 350 (silver). Will
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Indian Springs

REAL ESTATE

5035 Hwy 90
Marianna, FL 32446


Fa 508505 4822 121

e~* +~c~COMPLETELY
In~ d s h cir na i m i II
r... 2000 witk almoss 12oo
sq & 1 ca garogel
kitchen cabinets & appli-
ane.ne cretin9 thro-out, Ferehly painted thru-out. New bathroom
cabinets, ce ling fans mn all rms. Separate 1.tility rmn w/ extra cabinets
for rtoroge will pass ALL USDA 100%a loansi MLS #243763 Call
STACY BORGES 850-573-1990

SUGI SYE AD
MOVE ON IN!
-- i h &Bright describe~Sew
brc32, 1700s it
-- orea opn kitchen toil
the fami rm with o fire lace. Sliding glass doors lead from family
ir o on I n ue her 1W 6 e 1X Ioa bidnrm Ll ncyr tathi~ waih'a6 your kid 9Pto lSd a
lional stora e ron t~crt io l~arl 3 cl ady ML

GREEN
MEADOWS
Subdivision located in
Me maco lst off Hw
this home is ready to
~ ~~~-. intol Tir ome
plan. 3 Bedrooms 2 boths with approx 1258 sq ft under airl 1 Car garage
and Concrete driveway Energy Efficient appliances, neutral colors, insulat-
ed windows and doors. Corpel & vinyl Flooring. MLS #240172
CALL CRESH HARRISON 850-4821700

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,ina Moina. ne proer-
uyi op etly fecd. Tere are deealnc buidig el s ab co rbeat
are o~k MLS # 240688 Call CRESlHARR SON 850-482-1700

~PR DOC NG
Located at 2350 Hw 73

cotti i urnl a

other details. Call CRESH HAIRRISON 8 L H ON 100

Beautiful 4/2.5 w/
onice/nurseryl
SMagnificent kitchen w/
center asnd. Cd iro a
--- deck area for en erlain-
"' '< ing. Oversized 2 cor car-
Sob a 3/2 SWMH in good condition with screened, covered front porch.
10y a IreA w RGESo 8/eec 5L S# 235246
~o CALLING ALL
~ INVESTORS!
C11~4~ I~ 1 Located in the
IIIIIIamm M downtown
.~ orea d wn the stree
horn ih ackson Count
heated & cooled. Thqe
front 1168 sq ft is being used as a showroom, and the owner used the
back 132 sq hs advr~so a Teens 1x0 drive ay, Mt rof
Foreclosure-BanksysO Mk~e aon Offerill MLS #240015 Call STACY


CUTYHOME IN
MALONE!
Large 4/2 bome with
aQ~CL~- over 2400 q ft unde
gus ln in ma tr
bdrm with sitting rm. Huge family rm, Den has fireplace. Detached 2 car
carortwih~3 pad, Lrg ouy porch for relaxngl Playhouse for kdid in
acar teeis an out building with lean-ho for storagel Deck in the
back off Den. CALL CRESHHARRISONORSTACY BORGES



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IN THEAS HILLS
.B 45 -.- 1 ox3

porcelain tile Ihru oul,
Large open Living rm with gas fireplace & a back porch to relax on. There is a
48x36 pole bamn to Fit your motor vehicles & RV There is a 24x24 pavilion that
has a hot tub & plenty of party space. Completely fenced & Cross fenced for your
horses. The bom has 4 horse stalls wilfh plenty of room for storage. Call for all this
home has to offer. MLS #243660. CALL STACY BORGE 85i0-5i73-1990
~c~ COTTONDAlE CITY
UIJTfSI
Greal 2/1 slorter home
wi0h apagox 100so q Lf
12x0 Deck in fully fenced
with loonto. Huge Oak & Pecon treea C--'"'" baky ardyu estora sheo ng.
Call STACY BORGES 850-573-1990
c~ GRE NWHUD
Gr RUCE n hth 2
Sirilewide mobile home on
1 ocre. Central Air, Metal
Rool, Screened in Porch.
caose to Blue Springs Park Cal l oday for more information ML5 #2427216 Call
STACY BORGES 850-573-1990
INDIAIN SPRINGS SUBDIVSION
FOR 3/2.5 12,065 Sq it, 6 acres
office Space Available
.statng at $3)r month
2/2 SWMH in Marianna
1120 sq ft $55
1 st month rent + Security Deposit
CALL CRESH HA~RRISON 482-1700
LANDFORSALE
* 95 in Bridge Creek Sub $20,000
* 1.90 Acres in Dogwood Heights $23,900
* 1.60 Acres, Panhand Road, Zoned Mixed Use $49,500
* 1.50 Acres, Merritts Mill Pond, Indian Springs Sdv $125,000
CALL CRESH HARRISON @ (850) 482-1700
* Compass Lake in the Hills 1 acre $5,000
* Grove St, Chipley % acre $21,500
(City lot in Washington County)
* Appalachee Tr, Marianna 1 acre ~ $34,000
(Indian Springs Golf Course Lot)
* Shawnee Tr, Manlannal.13 Acre $38,501)
(Indian Spnngs Subdivision)
* Hwy 90, Marianna 19.77 acres $59,000
CALL STACY BORGES @ (850) 573-1990
RENTALS AVAILABLE
2954 Sunset Dr, Marianna 2/1, 700 Sq ft $375
2957 Milton St, Manlanna 3/2, 1353 Sq ft $700
2793 Wandell St, Marianna 3/1.5, 1200 Sq ft $600
3106 B Russ Rd, Mar anna 3/2 with office 1792 sq ft
All Rentals Require 1-yr Lease,
First Month Rent and Security Deposit
CALL Stacy Borges @ (850) 573-1990


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Tim & Patsy Sapp
Ora Mock, GRI Broker OwDmeealor,
Broker Associate UesdAet

(850) 526-9516 RtlsrnPeur c,-c..-

'`" -"`""1 4630 Hwy. 90, Marianna, FL 32446
r~irl ~r, ~rul slnr(850) 526-2891 (office)
,,,,, s, yr~ha Il/h Each Office Is independently Owned and Operated
0:; BA sol- tou~ peeWww.sunnysourthproperties.com
-\dlfn~ ~llu olln~ deL ~iri olin i c d 115Z Pn r: Email: c21Sunnyso~aol.com
DON T DREAMI A L:ED MCCOY
DREAM, BL Y ONE" .n-
'1BEA\LTIFT L HOM(E I~ Real00f
OCATD I SPRNG 6 -Cell: 850-573-6198
CHASE 3BR!3BA BRICK -
~ -- a O~EL ~IHP CREB YOu Can Find Us On The Web
I SEPERAT DINING Eai Ades
I ~~~~ROOM. KITCHEN W~ITH EMi drse

-~i"- $9,900!!! ML #2417 ORCy 810.010
.j COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS
a ., BEST! Pmatle 3BR/2BA
Lucrg master BD, high cesimsn READY, AIM,
Eno country iMag In this nice br cki 38R 2 BA home with many ~ iS r~our ounlI olhn rdSeret sianing ihto
updates Including central H/A. Large Dining & Living rooms. kitchen *** *- n. Sousukr ale Jplacare- th --- besa ancnm hom
has breakfast bar & eating area. All appliances. Bonus room, could ..i~ anib or asc rlw. w ecdbc ad
be office, etc. Extra power pole & septic tank lor R.V. MLS# 243615 eadwthget e p l n crs ke oMn nna hur i Irhe2 back and is lo e 52
$150000and shopping. For terms you can relax with call Ed MlcCoy, 850
YOU WANT PRIVACYI WAEFOT o ops 73-6198. MLS 238581 REDUCED PRICE $45,000.
Come see this nice 2001 Lak Le ect an f ul E
,~ l, sP cszAmobi home ,i se twpo ah INEXT TO NOTH-
W orch lX30. ots ofhouse Sparate storge building IING!! Captivatng
fruit and nut trees. I stb~ Iorge. Boat ramp. Great lk ce fwd p
Tre 00uti builig4W ihrll ngp ra~ ro sBRirNG ILL CU~y 00 0
door, ~~~ ~ ~ ~ so9aa 113 IX5Etah a r.Ol ml rm21M.# OFR!MS242 ures include 4 bed-
dor IiO&S~SO2r43~gap ln0Jl 9 85,000 23 ~I orr!.sin~ rooms, oversized living room, dining room and master bedroom,
SCountry living but close to nice birakfast room over looking the back yard. Kitchen with plen-
op o4 o ~n. You nul ind Ihis y0 c sieed .sanls snk fabg hipsl apiesb ad
Gre a 1 business orTF ,. J Y OF MO IN !
thrug windo aeese ihtnnEno elxndo seller eairc a in th bc
opa itnl, ap ro y Brin All Offrs MLSk 2445722 $15,00hme Lrg ivngrom
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thnp comlfrs eint nrnocldie okso o ottrgewt concrete f oorin. LAll locatd close
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'""' gi-""o ara iiit.Tai ein,255s i vnht y d ; mho dln l wi MLS244267 $65,000
INVESTMENT PROPERTY 31in IN MARIANNA.. II BR, I BA- Iron ;o en, beatua nSHOS DEIV.
homein. natural H/As tove, D.W and whasher n dhryee lria. Ct raiqqaan ka odspon-
utilites. Wit front; poh PRICE: $3250 MIS#4298 t u.d ch.1i.. .,.-....I15 VI i i.

*Building Int Ino Comprss laein the Hil ou Mobil omaes iwAll SR~U iL '-mig pI~ ~u~ neighbo od. Feaures wit includes optenor pan, kltitchins wthr nice cabi g
the wamnit ie o CLH. PO de s.in New Lisin M IS# 240225 1$4,500 Waterfront1 ounnd Merrits n'estsmasteral bedro wihwakino set and53618 thel bath0 roo h doble
I M~~~~~~~~~~~(vidll ond y w ith9) Sacr aiyadgre u.Hm lohshnia rvsos hswnt
t aer ler excellent pv ans EIMRESS!! Vrery
fishing, swimmnin g &wel aitane 2
tir~~~~. 130 ng. real place to bedroom,2bhhoe
10f N SNNY iuS Retricion. Noth f PnamaCit andtheMLS 24442 115,00 uil o~n a slab un e .
patrwahr/ryrinuiltyrom ron rc ned aoc large so.
~ ~ ~ c Sunny Hil n8X00 etiton w228 6 Atrctive .3R/B home, gehd.Getsaerortrmenthome. MuLSin 2385 a
Well maintained 2 co ell munaic hmit urRatr
i' ~ ~ ~ cu ry sew ing' yard pecanol trees chaioi w el ga fsi.
'. l.- r:Mate edoo enaced bakynt&asore 1.1 SI0Il
INVES~~ME13 8RPET W8 1|C-li C OS- B A s r building. MLS# 244280 ML246 60
et. Allng Appliancesbi

wilth arge ardenspace Openshed 8xl5,storae bld n ew e bleng Inin pins ofr
12x8tie. Fro th arnd c porch. MRISE # 24613 $I#45,000 knse mhu he silpe tha ... I .- no e o yiann,
groun oolthat eeds- trage hane greater lorid
rk. torage build- o omfradditin al f ily
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the amenAltha CozyH home Aus Grea Buying at 132,900. MLS#0 242162 on 13,1 on frrtt etshl paited carpet kitche &a landr rloomt florn g replacd ino 2007 ad u
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n rawlle Fu CtyLos n ba e m tet oag s old asea los"io ont ser lapp ointmclen today! MoLS#244347 ML $12,000. 59511

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