Jackson County Floridan

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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
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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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30.776389 x -85.238056

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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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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Sunland employee on leave after rope incident


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
A Sunland employee has been
placed on administrative leave
with pay after reportedly plac-
ing a rope around a fellow em-
ployee's neck during a western-
themed Employee Appreciation
Week get-together earlier this
week.


Agency for Persons with Dis-
abilities spokesperson Melanie
Etters confirmed the disciplin-
ary action Friday, saying Jennie
Ann Dean was sent hone Fri-
day, the morning after Sunland
leadership was made aware of
the May 8 incident. Dean fs the
administrator of Sunland's Path-
ways program for persons facing
criminal charges who have been


deemed unable to proceed to
trial.
Etters said an investigator is
reviewing a photograph related
to the matter and is interview-
ing' witnesses. She said a witness
brought the matter to adminin-
istration. Etters confirmed that
Dean's second-in-command
was the person whose neck the
rope was placed around but that


he was not the person who re-
ported the matter. He has been
put in charge of Pathways during
Dean's leave.
Dean has been in the adminis-
trative position six months, hav-
ing come there from a job at the
Department of Corrections.
"It is inappropriate to put a
rope around anyone's neck, even
in fun, especially in the work-


place," Etters said. 'An investi-
gation into the circumstances is
underway while she is on leave.
We're talking to witnesses and
trying to determine how and
why it occurred."
Employees were encouraged
to dress in western attire for the
event, Etters said, and were gath-
ered for an activity related to the
week of appreciation.


Budget Proposal


Gaetz


outlines


items


of local


interest
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
Just hours after Florida leg-
islators signed their proposed
2013-14 budget and sent it to
the desk of Gov. Rick Scott for
consideration, Senate President
Don Gaetz outlined some of the
* *.- proposals which
could, have the
greatest impact on
the local commu-
nity. As of Monday,
Scott will have 14
days to sign, and
Gaetz he has the power
to line-item veto
any particulars in the appropria-
tions bill. Gaetz said he hopes the
governor will "use his veto pen
lightly on northwest Florida."
With so many state employ-
ees working in Jackson County,
especially considering the high
number of correctional officers,
Gaetz said, the budget's pro-
posed increase for state workers
could put more money in the
pockets of many citizens here.
State employees making less
than $40,000 a year could get
a $1,400 bump, he said. Those
making $40,000 or more would
be due a $1,000 increase:
"This was a proposal I advo-
cated for, and I asked that it be
weighted more toward the low-
er-paid employees," Gaetz said.
See GAETZ, Page 8A


EDUCATION



A lesson in appreciation


Grand Ridge School teachers Shannon Grice, Missy Tye and Linda Harris enjoy a Teacher Appreciation Day lunch Friday.


Teachers honored

during past week,
SFrom staff reports
Sometimes teachers may feel underval-
ued; but it must have been nearly impos-
sible for them to feel that way in Jackson
County during Teacher Appreciation
Week this May 5-10.
Administrators, students, parents and
local businesses made sure they got the
message that they're important to the
community. They were treated to various
goodies during the week of observation,
which concluded Friday with a flurry of
activities.


Golson Elementary School Principal
Diane Long wrote a poem she dedicated
to teachers everywhere. It talks about the
many hats that educators wear..
Some business contributions augment-
ed the things that each school did for its
teachers. Florida Public Utilities, for in-
stance, gave each of the county's educa-
tors a tall ceramic coffee mug; there are
roughly 800 in the system.
At Adult Education, Principal Don Wil-
son arranged to have Subway lunches for
his teachers on Friday.
Cottondale Elementary School Princi-
pal Laurence Pender and Teacher on Spe-
cial Assignment Zandra Warren treated
their teachers to lunch the same day.
Over at Cottondale High, Principal
Jennifer See and Assistant Principal Rex


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN


Suggs had special treats each day of the
week, things like sausage biscuits, ice
cream, and cupcakes, and woundup with
lunch on Friday.
Jackson County Early Childhood Center
Principal Pat Hall provided her teachers
with a gift certificate for lunch. Students
there wrote thank you notes and drew
pictures for their teachers.
At Golson Elementary, Long and Assis-
tant Principal Jessica Craven helped ar-
range a luncheon for teachers on Friday,
the meal courtesy of the Parent Teacher
Organization at the school. Additionally,
parents sent thank-you notes and ad-
ministrators added notes of praise and
honor.
See TEACHERS, Page 9A


SNEADS ELEMENTARY FIELD DAYS
FAR LEFT: Amy Cox gives a class a little coaching
lpI during the tug-of-war event at the Sneads
| , Elementary School Field Days. Sneads Elementary
time during its field days Thursday and Friday.
,,-'' The annual event started on Thursday with
Si . ; '" competitions for the third through fifth grades. On
= j :~ ~ Friday, the kindergarten- through second-grade
S,, J classes took the field. Altogether, 546 students
.L" ~ S. ',.- took part and they were joined on the field by
y ?, r' .V ,^ throngs of parents and grandparents who had
.. come to cheer their kids-on. In addition to the
,, ,| usual field day event like relays and tug of war, the
*rI 'SES classes were competing in a variety of water
"..... 3 i"- related competitions like the water balloon toss
-" \ ..- ;'.f and a relay event where they competed to fill up a
.... '.-. bucket with water. Another event was the "hungry
i t .,. ',,k v.f.i snake" which combined an obstacle course with a
-.-:"'. ,-._ ... -- relay. See more photos on page 7A.
-." '" "','-.'"-_ .. .' "'________ ______ LEFT: Madison Ragston keeps an eye on her
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Community Calendar


TODAY
> Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
(in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.).
Attendance limited to persons with.a desire to stop
drinking.
) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in-
the board room of Campbellton-Graceyville Hospital,
5429 College Drive, Graceville.

MONDAY, MAY 13
"5 Steps to Rapid Employment" Workshop
9 a.m. to noon at the Marianna One Stop Career
Center, 4636 U.S. 90, Marianna. Call 718-0326.
> Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's
Buffet & Grill. Call 482-2005.
) Employability Workshop, Tools for a Success-
ful Job Search 2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One
Stop Career Center, 4636 U.S. 90, Marianna. Call
718-0326.
Cottondale High School Advisory Council
Meeting 5 p.m. Parents, students and commu-
nity members are invited to attend. Call 482-9821.
Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meeting
5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
3975 U.S. 90 W., Marianna. Business meetings are
fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects,
Lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638.
City of Cottondale Regular Commission Meet-
ing 6 p.m. at the Cottondale City Hall. The public
is welcome to attend. Call 352-4361.
) Chipola Beekeepers Meeting 6-8 p.m. at the
Jackson County Extension Office in Marianna. Bring
a dish for the potluck supper. Call 573-7063.'
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
)) Deadline for reservations for the May 20 meet-
ing of Chipola Chapter, NSDAR in the home of Ruth
Kinsolving, 4332 Lafayette St. in Marianna at 11 a.m.
Reservations are required for the catered event. Call
209-4066 or bluespringscar@yahoo.col-n.

TUESDAY, MAY 14
> Jackson County Growers Association/Mari-
anna City Farmer's Market 7 a.m. to noon at
Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits
and vegetables grown by local farmers.
)) Optimist Club of Jackson County Board Meet-
ing Noon at 4476 Broad St. Marianna.
> Republican Club of West Florida Meeting
- Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna. Guest
speaker will be Dr. Joe Gay. Call 352-4984.
) Orientation Noon to 3 p.m. at Goodwill Career
Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn about
and register for free services. Call 526-0139.
)) Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call
482-5028.
> Employability Workshop, Employability Skills
- 2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop Career Cen-


ter, 4636 U.S. 90, Marianna. Call 718-0326.
) Meals on the Run Program 6-8 p.m. at the
Jackson County Extension Office, 2741 Pennsylvania
Avenue in Marianna. Learn tips and tricks to make
quick, easy, budget-friendy meals in the crock pot,
skillet and microwave. Cost is $7 per person and in-
cludes sample foods, materials and recipe booklet.
Register by May 7 by calling 482-9620.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 15
"5 Steps to Rapid Employment" Workshop
9 a.m. to noon at the Marianna One Stop Career
Center, 4636 U.S. 90, Marianna. Call 718-0326.
Jackson County Tourist Development Council
Meeting 10 a.m. atthe Russ House, 4318 Lafay-
ette St. in Marianna. Call 482-8060.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
to 1 p.m. in theAA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
SInternet/Email Basic Computer Class Part 1
Noon to 3 p.m. at Goodwill Career Training Center,
4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Free class teaches basic use
of the internet, how to send and receive emails and
how to protect your computer. Call 526-0139.

THURSDAY, MAY 16
Jackson County Growers Association/Mari-
anna City Farmer's Market 7 a.m. to noon at
Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits
and vegetables grown by local farmers.
)) "International Chat n' Sip"- 8:30-10 a.m. at
the Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St.
in Marianna. Enjoy a relaxed environment for the ex-
change of language, culture and ideas among local
and international communities. Light refreshments
will be served. Call 482-9124.
)) Caregiver Support Group Meeting 11 a.m.
to noon in the First Presbyterian Church Social
Hall, 4437 Clinton St. in Marianna. Open to all
family caregivers providing care to loved ones or
friends. Confidential group, facilitated by a profes-
sional group counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks
provided.
)) Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at
Jim's Buffet & Grill. Call 482-2290.
Job Club Noon to 3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career
Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn job
seeking/retention skills; getjob search assistance.
Call 526-0139.
> Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group
Noon at Jackson Hospital Hudnall Building in the
Community Room. Free to attend. Curriculum devel-
oped by ex-smokers for those who want to become
ex-smokers themselves. Call 482-6500.
Employability Workshop, Job Search Etiquette
2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop Career Cen-
ter, 4636 U.S. 90, Marianna. Call 718-0326.
)) 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.


)) Water Use Permitting in Northwest Florida
Rule Making Workshop 5:30 p.m. at the Jackson
County Agricultural Conference Center, 2741 Penn-
sylvania Avenue in Marianna. Farmers and ranch-
ers in Northwest Florida are invited to attend this
workshop to discuss and comment on draft changes
to permitting rules on irrigation wells.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,
8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking;
papers will not be signed.

FRIDAY, MAY 17
Knitters Nook 10 a.m. at the Jackson County
Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and experi-
enced knitters are welcomed. Call 482-9631.
VFW Post No. 12046 Barbeque Fundraiser
-10 a.m. to 2 p.m. across from Winn Dixie in Marl-
anna. Plates are $6 each and will include barbeque
chicken with sides. Call 209-1797.
)) Money Sense Class Noon to 4 p.m. at Good-
will Career Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna.
This is a financial literacy class that helps with
budgeting, saving and other financial topics.-Class is
free. Call 526-0139.
)) MHS National Honor Society "Bagging for
Tips" 3:30-6:30 p.m. at Winn Dixie in Marianna.
Proceeds will benefit the John Summers Scholar-
ship to a senior this year at Marianna High School.
) Celebrate Recovery'- 7 p.m. at Evangel Wor-
ship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna.
Adult, teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856,573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

SATURDAY, MAY 18
Jackson County Growers Association/Mari-
anna City Farmer's Market -- 7 a.m. to noon at
Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits
and vegetables grown by local farmers.
)) National Kids to Parks Day 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
EST at Chattahoochee Park on Lake Seminole, 236
Booster Club Road, Bainbridge, GA. This is a
nation-wide day of outdoor play to encourage
families to explore neighborhood parks and discover
nature. Enjoy the Buddy Beaver Fun Run, games,
prizes, Army National Guard Rockwall, Muscogee
Indians and much more. The Decatur County
Sheriff's Office will be available to ID children. Call
229-662-2001.
> Fly-In 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Marianna
Municipal Airport, 3689 Industrial Park Drive. Fea-
turing the Lockheed 12 from the movie Amelia and
the Chipola R/C Aviators. Free pancake and sausage
breakfast from 8-10 a.m. for participating pilots. Fly-
In prizes include $500 first, $250 second and $100
third. Enjoy food and arts and crafts from local ven-
dors. Young Eagles Air Rides, Helicopter Rides $30.
Prize drawings at 2 p.m. and must be present to win.
$1 per gallon fuel discounts (general aviation).


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

Police Hou dup


MARIANNA
POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for May 9, the latest
available report: One hit and
run incident, two accidents,
one reckless driver, two suspi-
cious vehicles, one suspicious
incident, two suspicious per-
sons, one burglary, one physi-
cal disturbance, eight traffic
stops, four follow-up investiga-
tions, one juvenile complaint,
one noise disturbance, one
animal complaint, one assist of
another agency and two public
service calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's


Office and county fire/rescue
reported the following inci-
..-... dents for May
:.. ,_-._- 9, the latest
_,_-___ available report:
C R ME Two accidents,
S-i one abandoned
vehicle, one
reckless driver, three suspi-
cious vehicles, one suspicious
incident, three suspicious
persons, one escort, one high-
way obstruction, one report
of mental illness, two verbal
disturbances, one pedestrian
complaint, one prowler, 23
medical calls, five burglar
alarms, one robbery alarm,
two fire alarms, seven traffic
stops, three larceny complaints,
one civil dispute, two trespass
complaints, one animal bite,
two follow-up investigations,
one juvenile complaint, one


assault, two animal complaints,
one property check, one assist
of a motorist or pedestrian, one
retail theft, one assist of an-
other agency, two public service
calls, five transports, one open
door or window discovered on
patrol, and two threat/harass-
ment complaints.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were
booked into the county jail dur-
ing the latest reporting periods:
) Jonathan Gates, 43, 587 W
Miracle Strip Parkway, Mary Es-
ther, fugitive from justice (CA).
)) Javon Hill, 31, 35 Apalachee
Drive, Snead, prevent or ob-
struct extinguishment of a fire,
criminal mischief over $200 but
less than $1,000.


)) Theodrick Blount, 19, 2882
Borden St., Marianna, dealing
in stolen property.
> Kyle Freeman, 24, 480
U.S. Highway 441 SE (No.
1),Okeechobee, hold for
Okeechobee Co.
> Elizabeth Little, 44, 5155
Smith St., Greenwood, ag-
gravated battery (domestic
violence).
> James Blount Jr., 42, 20956
SE Lockwood Ave., Blount-
stown, possession of marijua-
na-over 20 grams-with intent to
distribute, possession of crack
cocaine.

Jail Population: 198
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).


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Engagements


Davis, Palmore Brooks, Robertson Anderson, Pippin


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis
of Marianna, Florida are
pleased to announce the en-
gagement and forthcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Miriam Joanna Davis, to Bran-
don Thomas Palmore of Lake-
land, FL.
Miriam is toe granddaughter
of the late Hosie Brown and El-
la V. Holmes Brown Evans,
Marianna, Florida and God-
frey Lee Davis of Marianna,
FL.
Miriam is a 2005 graduate
of Marianna Higl4 School. In
2007, she earned her A.A. de-
gree from Chipola College in
Marianna, FL, her Bachelor's
Degree in Social Work from
Florida State University, Pana-
ma City in 2009, and her Mas-
ter'sDegree from the Universi-
ty of Central Florida, Orlando,
in 2010. Miriam is currently
employed as a Social Worker
at Florida Hospital in Orlando,
FL.


On the Menu
May 13-17
Breakfast and lunch for
Jackson County schools.
Monday
Breakfast: Scrambled
eggs and grits, assorted
cereal and toast, oatmeal
and toast. Choice of 1:
Chilled peaches, assorted
100% juice.
)) Lunch: Chicken &
dumplings and a bread-
stick, chicken patty on
a bun, assorted salads.
Choose up to 3 sides:
Steamed'carrots, romaine
side salad, fresh assorted
fruit, assorted 100% fruit
juice.

Tuesday
Breakfast: Biscuit and
gravy, assorted cereal and
cinnamon toast, buttery
grits and toast: Choice of 1:
Pineapple tidbits, chilled
pears.
)) Breakfast for Lunch:
Breakfast burrito, egg frit-
tata and biscuit, French
toast sticks and sausage.
Choose up to 3 sides: Tater
tots, sweet potato tots,
fresh assorted fruit, chilled
mixed fruit.

Wednesday
) Breakfast: Breakfast
burrito, ultimate breakfast


Brandon is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas C. Palmore of
Lakeland, FL. He is the grand-
son of Mr. Adolphus
Strafford, Sr. and the late Mrs.
Martha James Strafford, and
the late Columbus Palmore
and Clarence McCloud,.all of
Lakeland, FL.
Brandon is a 2005 graduate of
Bartow Senior High School in
Bartow, FL. He earned his
Bachelor's Degree in Business
Administration from the Uni-
versity of Central Florida, Or-
lando in 2009, and his Mas-
ter's Degree in Theological
Studies from Liberty Baptist
Theological Seminary, Lynch-
burg, VA. Brandon is current-
ly employed as a Learning
Leader at Paul Mitchell
School, Orlando, FL.
The wedding will take place in
Orlando, Florida on Saturday,
May 25, 2013 at 5 o'clock in
the evening. Invitations have
been mailed.


round, banana muffin
loaf. Choice of 2: Raisins,
fresh assorted fruit.
) Lunch: Chicken nug-
gets and breadstick, cold
cut on bun, assorted
salads. Choose up to 3
sides: Baked beans, potato
wedges, fresh assorted
fruit, chilled peaches.

Thursday
Breakfast: Sausage bis-
cuit, scrambled eggs and
grits, assorted cereal and
cinnamon toast. Choice
of 1: Chilled mixed fruit,
fresh assorted fruit.
)) Lunch: Lasagna and
garlic breadsticks, turkey
and cheese on bun, as-
sorted salads. Choose up
to 3 sides: Romaine side
salad, celery sticks, fresh
assorted fruit, chilled
pears.

Friday
Breakfast: Yogurt and
fruit parfait, assorted
cereal and buttered toast,
oatmeal and toast. Choice
of 2: Applesauce, assorted
100% juice.
)) Lunch: Chili con queso
quesadilla, cheese pizza,
hotdog on a bun. Choose
up to 3 sides: Black bean
salad, steamfied green
beans, fresh assorted fruit,
pineapple tidbits.


Pets on Parade


PHOTOS BYMARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
ABOVE, Minnie is a 10-week-old female chow mix. BELOW,
Scooter is a 18-month-old male Pomeranian/Chihuahua mix.
If you are interested in adopting these dogs, the shelter is
at 4011 Maintenance Drive in Marianna. Its hours are 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The
shelter's phone number is 482-4570; the website is www.
partnersforpets.petfinder.com.


Mr. and Mrs. C. Leon McClatchy Robertson, son of
Brooks of Marianna are Mr. and Mrs. Hines Robertson
pleased to announce the en- of Altha, Florida. The ceremo-
gagement and upcoming mar- ny will take place at 5:00 pm 4
riage of their daughter, on June 8, 2013 at First Bap-
LaKarole Kaye, to Zachary tist Church in Marianna.



Good things



still come to



those who wait


The statement that,
"good things come to
those who wait," is an
interesting one; espe-
cially during this time in
our history where speed
is considered a valuable
Asset in many ways. Fast
food restaurants are be-
coming more and more
popular in our country,
and throughout the
world. Food chains like
McDonalds and Subway
that are so familiar in
America are now thriv-
ing in other parts of the
world.
But if we have the
patience and the time,
there's nothing better
than being at home or
at a quality restaurant
where delicious slow-
cooked food is served.
People don't mind taking
time to dress more neatly
when they patronize a
restaurant with a great
reputation for serv-
ing food that tastes like
mama's food.
When parents and
guardians began teaching
their children patience
in the early years, it can
pay great dividends later
in their lives. Patience
doesn't just pop up over
night; it's a learned expe-
rience. The greatest ath-
letes in the world had to
practice patience as they
developed their skills and
minds so they could be
among the best in the
world at their sport.
In the past, and I'm
sure in some cases today,
some parents empha-
sized to their children the
importance of avoiding
sexual activities that
could lead to a pregnancy


until they were married
and in the position to
.:. ,v support a
A child. An
individual
with pa-
tience, who
thinks for
Thomas themselves,
Vincent can avoid
Murphy putting
M h themselves
in unnecessary, compli-
cated situations.
The influences that
affect our young people-
and some older people-
today are enormous,
and when it comes to
drugs, alcohol and sex. It
takes people with strong
positive character to
stand tall. Even in some
of the smaller cities and
towns of our country the
influence of the media
and a changing lifestyle
is apparent. Impatience
has caused many people
young and old to make
serious mistakes that
impacted their lives for
the worst. The lack of pa-
tience and peer pressure
are a lethal combination
that can lead people to
make rushed, unwise
decisions.
One of the reasons for
so many divorces is that
couples don't allow them-
selves time to get to really
know one another; they
rush into marriage when
they really aren't ready.
At times, it's good for
a person to slow down,
step back and take an
honest view of how
they stand in life. More
patience might be just
what some people need
to improve or enhance
their lives.


Do you have 'Cute Kids'?

Email your 'Cute Kids-' photos to
editorial@jcfloridan.com, mail them to P.O. Box 520,
Marianna, FL 32447, or bring themrn by our offices
at 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
"12 years or younger, with Jackson Cournty ties Include child' tullI name
parents' names and Lit', ':,| residence
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Mr. Willie Pippin and Ms. Roberta Anderson request the hon-
or of your presence on their special day.
There will be a small exchanging of vows at McCormick
Lake on May 18, 2013 at 1 o'clock in the afternoon.
A small reception will follow.
No invitations are being sent out but all family and friends
are invited to attend.

Births
Brinley Leann Green was
born March 28 at Jackson
Hospital. She weighed .,
7 pounds and 2 ounces
at birth. Her parents are
Carrie Mayo and Devin Jt
Green. Her grandparents -.
are Kelly Green and Scott "
Hardy of Rehobeth, AL
and Victor and Brenda4 ...,


Mayo of Alford. Her ,-I
great-grandparents are Daniels of Alford and Roy
MaryWelch of Bascom, Mayo of Chattahoochee.
Margret and Phillip She has one sibling,
Smith of Altha, Charlotte Brayden Mayo.
Joseph William Jeter
II was born May 3 at .
Jackson Hospital. He
weighed 7 pounds, 14 "-
ounces and was 20 inches '
long at birth. His parents '1 '
are Tiffany Taylor and L '
Joseph Jeter. His grand- : -
parents are Tammy and '
Robert Rentz of Bascom, r
Vikki and John Mann
of Scotts Ferry, John
Larry Jeter of Cypress and parents are Janice Maines
Shorty Taylor of Blount- of Blountstown and
stown. His great-grand- Johnny Jeter of Bascom.


Caylee Marie Bundy was g.' ]
born May 3 at Jackson .. "
Hospital. She weighed 7 . ..,. "
pounds, 10 ounces and ." "
was 19.5 inches long at i .
birth. Her parents are
ChristinaBerry and .
Jeremy Bundy. Her grand-. '4..
parents are Sherry Brady "..
and Bradley Jones. Her
great-grandparents are
Nancy DaleWeeks and ..
Steve Brady.
Miranda Rayne Kersey
was born May 6 at,.
Jackson Hospital. She
weighed 7 pounds, 13. -. .
ounces and was 19.5 "
inches long at birth.
Her parents are Chas-
ity and Matt Kersey.
Her grandparents
are Carolyn Kersey of
Westville and Brenda
Williams of Graceville. are Ann and H.A..Cole of
Her great-grandparents Graceville.


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uutgoing SuA president arlee rloya (ien t)passes me gavel
to incoming president Tatum Skipper of Malone (right) as
Student Activities Director Nancy Johnson looks on.

Chipola students


receive awards


English professor Dr. Rachel West received the Distinguished T '.-'.'
Service Faculty Award and Associate Dean of Social and Chipola graduate Megan Wilder of Chipley accepts the Robert
Behavioral Sciences Dr.Willie Spires received the Distinguished E. Ringer Chemistry Award from Dr. Jeff Bodart.
Service Administrator Award. They are pictured with SGA
president Karlee Floyd.


Special to the Floridan
Chipola College recog-
nized the achievements of
its students at its annual
awards ceremony. Awards
were presented for aca-
demics, athletics and ex-
tracurricular activities.
The following students
received academic awards:
Cathy Riddle of Bonifay,
Association of Collegiate
Business Schools and Pro-
grams Student Leadership;
SJeffrey Stewart of Blount-
*stown, Accounting-BSBA;
Katelyn DeRosier of Mari-
anna, Accounting-AA/AS;
Lindsey Sutherland, Man-
agement; Adrian Staley of
Marianna and Patrick Col-
lins of Bascom, Network
Services Technology; Rob-
ert Smith of Marianna and
Tanner Gilbert of Chipley,
Information Technology;
Lee Herring of Malone,
Jason Holland of Clarks-
ville and Kimberly Grant
of Marianna, Global Busi-
ness Strategy-BSBA; Alana
Hearn of Chipley, Biology
for Science Majors; Travis
Pittman of Blountstown,
Health Sciences; Reid
Davis of Westville, Fresh-
man Chemistry; David
Leonard of Blountstown,
Sophomore Chemistry;
Wesley Chevillot of Altha,
Calculus I; David Leonard
of Blountstown, Calculus
II; Meghan Wilder of Chi-
pley, Calculus III; Brittney


Norris of Blountstbwn,
Freshman English; Amber
Eby of Blountstown, Soph-
omore English; Meghan
Wilder of Chipley, Dr. Rob-
ert E. Ringer Award; Kris-
tine Brance of Riga, Latvia,
Social and Behavioral Sci-
ence; John Whittington of
Marianna, Phi Theta Kap-
pa FSU /PC Scholarship
and Josh Tetlow of Mari-
anna, Outstanding Theatre
Student.
Students in Workforce
Development programs
received the following
awards: Daniel Johns of
Marianna, Automotive
Technology; Robert Rich-
ards, III of Marianna, Cor-
rections; Marcela Centeno
of Crestview, Firefighting;
Charity Newsome of Chi-
pley, Cosmetology and Jes-
sic',Weathersbee of Mari-
anna, Law Enfforcernent.
Two students received
awaids for/athletics: Clay-
ton Rooks IV of Marianna,
Charlton Keen ScholarAth-
lete Award and Kristen Al-
len of Chattahoochiee, Neal
Sportsmanship Award.
The following students
received awards for extra-
curricular activities: Jessica
McCalister of Greenwood,
Black Student Union; Jack-
son Cagle of Chipley, Mu
Alpha Theta; April Harri-
son of Marianna, Katrina
Messer of Altha, Sheetal
Patel of Bonifay, Jeff Pitts
of Chipley, Cathy Riddle of


Chipola graduate John Whittington received a scholarship to
FSU/PC to study engineering from FSU/PC official Andrew
Konapelsky.


Bonifay, Jessica Taylor of
Marianna, Nacole Thomas
of Marianna and Barbara
Wynn of Graceville, Phi
Beta Lambda; Meghan
Wilder of Chipley, Science
Club; Dara Wilkerson of
Bonifay, Student Ambassa-
dors; Karlee Floyd of Bas-
com aid Tatunum Skipper
of Malone, Student Gov-
ernment Association; Paul
Kelson df Marianna. Brain
Bowl MVP Award; John
Whittington of Marianna
and Kaylee Toole of Al-
ford, All-Florida Academic
Team, Kaylee Toole of Al-
ford, AllcUSA Academic
Team.
Two awards were given
to non-students. The stu-
dent body selected English
professor Dr. Rachel West
for the Distinguished Ser-
vice Faculty Award and As-
sociate Dean of Social and
Behavioral Sciences Dr.
Willie Spires, for the Dis-


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SUBMITTED PHOTOS
Troop 3 Boy Scouts and leaders visited the St. Marks Lighthouse with the two volunteers who
gave them a personal tour on the second day of their biking trip. Pictured front row (from
left) are Gavin Tharpe, Keary Nichols, St. Marks volunteer Marcia Bjerreguard, Chad Case and
Noah McArthur. Back row: Troop 3 leader Ken Melvin, Troop 3 leader David McArthur, Omar
Smith, Scoutmaster Bill Kleinhans, Troop 3 leader Andy Campbell and St. Marks volunteer Kati
Schardl.


iroop i scouts prepare to start tneir icycie journey aown me St. Marks trail. BacK row (from
left) are parent Ricky Johnson, Troop 3 leader David McArthur, Troop 3 leader Andy Campbell,
Troop 3 leader Ken Melvin, Keary Nichols and Gavin Tharpe. Front row: Everett Johnson, Chad
Case, Noah McArthur and Omar Smith.


Troop 3 Boy Scouts enjoy bike hike at St. Marks


Special to the Floridan
On the weekend of May
4-5, Troop 3 B6y Scouts
enjoyed a wonderful expe-
rience of biking and camp-
ing their way through the
'beautiful countryside at
the Tallahassee-St. Marks
Historic Railroad State
Trail.
Boy Scouts Everett John-
son, Keary, Nichols, Gavin
Tharpe, Chad Case, Omar
Smith and Noah McArthur,
Scoutmaster Bill Kleinhans
and leaders Andy Camp-
bell, Ken Melvin, David
and Jacquelyn McArthur
had a fun-filled and mem-
Sorable weekend at the St.
Marks National 'Wildlife
Refuge on the shores of the
Apalachee Bay, about 20
miles south of Tallahassee.
Established in 1931, the
refuge contains about
70.000 acres ,of salt and
brackish marshes, pine-
oak uplands, and pine
flatwoods, parts of which
are in Taylor, Jefferson
and Wakulla Counties. St.
Marks Refuge provides an
extensive wintering habi-
tat for waterfowl and is
one of the earliest such


areas acquired by the
Government.
Upon arrival on Saturday
morning, scouts and lead-
ers began their 16-mile
bicycle journey in a slight
drizzle. About halfway
through their trip, scouts
stopped for a brief rest at
a park before tackling the
second part of the trail.
The group made it to the
San Marcos de Apalache
Historic State Park, where
they enjoyed a self-guided
tour of the museum and
surrounding area. The mu-
seum displays pottery and
tools unearthed near the
original fort, and a video
recounts the days of the
Spanish, English, Ameri-
can, and Confederate forc-
es that once occupied the
site. San Marcos is man-
aged b\ the Florida Park
Service in an effort to pro-
tect anid preserve Florida's
rich cultural heritage.
The 'bicycles were then
loaded up on a trailer to
travel to their camp site
for the night. Tents were
pitched and a warm din-
ner of spaghetti was pre-
pared and enjoyed by the
hungry scouts.


Scouts were up early
Sunday morning to pre-
pare their breakfasts of
scrambled eggs, bacon,
bagels and juice. After
breaking camp and "polic-
ing" the area for trash and
areas of their campsite to
clean, scouts were ready to
start their next bicycle trip
of 11 miles to the St. Marks
Lighthouse.
In 1828, the U.S. House
of Representatives autho-
'rized the construction of
a lighthouse at the mouth
of the St. Marks River. It
was rebuilt in 1837, fol-
lowing a hurricane that left
the original lighthouse in
poor condition. For nearly
200 years, the bright bea-
con from the St. Marks
Lighthouse has guided
ships and boaters to the
entrance to the St. Marks
River. Scouts and lead-
ers then enjoyed a picnic
lunch of ham and turkey
sandwiches, followed by a
time of devotion directed
by leader David McArthur.
After their meal, scouts
packed up to head back
to the Scout Hut in Mari-
anna to unload their gear
and hang tents to dry in


preparation of their next
big adventure. ;
The Marianna Optimist
Club is the chartering or-
ganization for Troop 3 Boy
Scouts. For more infor-
mation about Boy Scouts,


please call Scout Master
Bill Kleinhans at 526-2897.
For more information
about Tallahassee-St.
Marks Historic Railroad
State Trail, visit http://
www.floridastateparks.


orgl tallahasseestmarks/
default.cfm.
For more information
about St' Marks National
Wildlife Refuge, visithttp: / /
www.fws.gov/saintmarks/.


MARIANNA FFA COMPETES


AT STATE CONTEST
Marianna FFA members
recently competed at the ,,
State Ornamental Horticul- '
ture Contest in Gainesville. Teams
had to deliver a 7-10 minute dem-
onstration on a horticulture topic of
their choice. Katie Mayo and Katy
Moss were recognized as the third-
place team in the landscaping divi-
sion with their presentation on natu-
ral insect repellant lawn detorations.
Mayo and Moss will be recognized
this summer on stage at the Florida
FFA Convention.


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Florida Voices

The Gainesville Sun


on the death penalty
or all its faults, the death penalty retains strong
support among the public and politicians. The
Florida Senate confirmed this reality this week
when it easily approved a bill aimed at shortening the
long road to execution, sending it to Gov. Rick Scott.
We can surely understand the Legislature's desire
to make the process more time-efficient and reduce
the seemingly endless delays that dog the system. But
in their push to accelerate executions, lawmakers are
bypassing larger flaws in the death penalty.
Those flaws include the enormous added expense of
death penalty cases (compared with life-in-prison out-
comes) and the tragic reality of erroneous convictions.
The public would be better off restricting the death
penalty, not accelerating it. The change would allow
millions of dollars to be repurposed toward law en-
forcement, forensics improvements, crime solving and
crime prevention.
To be sure, the wheels of justice often move ter-
ribly slowly in capital cases. When killers convicted
of heinous murders live for decades on death row as
their last-ditch appeals play out, the public and crime
victims' survivors are understandably outraged.
But the sad fact is that not all death row prisoners are
guilty of the charges of which they've been convicted....
The potential to execute the innocent casts a long
moral shadow over the death penalty. But it is troubling
for other reasons, too. Statistics indicate clear racial
disparities in sentencing. Research indicates the death
penalty has virtually no deterrent effect. It does not
bring back the lives lost to crime.
Most pragmatically, death penalty cases can cost
10 times more than life-term cases. The incremental
expense of pursuing the death penalty runs into the bil-
lions of dollars nationally, some experts estimate. The
public bears that cost. ;
It's past time for a change in priorities. Execution
should be reserved for worst-of-the-worst cases where
guilt is certain, the physical evidence ironclad and the
killer irredeemable. Many cases simply do not meet
those criteria.
The Legislature wants justice to be efficient and
timely. But accuracy and fairness must come first.



The Tampa Tribune on

North Korea sentencing

of an American citizen
orth Korea, having alienated most of the rest
of the world with its military-flavored belliger-
ence, sentenced an American to 15 years of
hard labor as punishment for what has been described
as his attempt to overthrow its government.
North Korean officials said the sentence for Ken-
neth Bae, a tour operator from Washington state, was
handed down by its Supreme Court last Tuesday.
Washington has been stymied in its search for a
plausible path to dealing with the government of North
Korea and its threat to launch nuclear missiles at Amer-
ican targets. Bae's bizarre sentence only compounds the
problem.
Bae was arrested in November while traveling with a
small group in what the North Korean government had
designated a "special economic zone."...
Given North Korea's behavior in the past, it is possible
that the absurdly stiff sentence (and the accusation
that he sought to overthrow the government) might be
calculated to persuade the United States to be more
conciliatory to the Pyongyang regime. For example, in
similar situations in the past, former American presi-
dents have been sent to North Korea, enabling the
Pyongyang government to boast of its importance.
If Washington rejects such a plan, Bae's future would
be a grim one.
What a strange, mysterious place North Korea is.
Its people are denied access to news of the outside
world and fed a steady diet nationalist propaganda
designed to portray the United States, especially, as a
constant and evil threat to their lives. ...
Freedom House and Reporters Without Borders rate
North Korea's as the world's least free media. Television
sets and radios are rigged to receive only state broad-
casts, then sealed. Those caught listening to foreign
media are likely to face forced labor, and few people
have Internet access.
And the world is supposed to believe that Kenneth
Bae, a mere tour guide, was working to topple the North
Korean government?
Perhaps Bae's best hope right now is that his sentence
will persuade Washington with all due reluctance
- to acknowledge some of North Korea's concerns. But
giving any encouragement to its government antics is
unlikely to stop its bullying behavior. How much better
it would be if that government would simply take -care
of its own people.


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Cleveland horrors and good neighbors


hree young women and a 6-
year-old girl in Cleveland can
finally breathe free because
one of the women, Amanda Berry,
refused to become resigned to a
living hell. She risked losing her life
for a chance of escape.
Ariel Castro, a former school
bus driver, has been charged with
multiple counts of kidnapping
and rape and is being held on $8
million bond. This is good news, al-
though his jail time won't be nearly
as harsh as the conditions in which
he allegedly held his victims.
That much we know, but the
rest of the story of Cleveland's
house of horrors is still unfolding.
How could Castro have kept three
women imprisoned in a house in
a crowded city neighborhood for a
decade?
A neighbor, Charles Ramsey, is
the Good Samaritan who be-
came an internet sensation with
his audacious TV interviews and
excited call to 911. As everyone now
knows, Ramsey was eating food
from McDonald's when he heard a
woman's screams. .
"I figured it was a domestic-vio-
lence dispute," Ramsey told a local
ABC News reporter in a widely
seen video clip. Ramsey didn't turn
away and refuse to get involved.
He said he rushed to kick the door
in, freeing Berry and her daughter.
McDonald's Corp, tweeted "way to
go Charles Ramsey we'll be in
touch."
Alas, poor Ramsey's shot at free
Big Macs for life is in jeopardy. He
might not have been the first res-
cuer on the scene after all.
"The truth who arrived there,
who crossed the street, who broke
the door it was me," another


MarshaMercer


neighbor, Angel Cordero, said in
Spanish, according to a translation
by a Cleveland TV station.
Plus, Ramsey's sudden fame
inevitably brought scrutiny and
then news that he himself had been
arrested three times for domestic
violence from 1997 to 2003.
Ramsey's tarnished folk hero sta-
tus aside, it's actually heartening to
think that more than one neighbor
responded to Berry's cries. It's great
to see strangers doing the right
thing, especially when it could be
'personally dangerous.
Had Ariel Castro come home
before the rescue was complete,
we likely would have had a sad
story. No telling what the man
would have done. He is accused of
kidnapping Berry, Michelle Knight,
and Georgina "Gina" Dejesus
between 2002 and 2004, when they
were 16, 20 and 14, respectively.
His method of capture was hid-
eously simple. He offered Michelle
a ride, told Amanda his son worked
at the same Burger King she did,
and offered to take Gina to visit his
daughter, a school friend, accord-
ing to news organizations.that
viewed police reports.
Castro reportedly kept the
women in chains in the basement
for the first few years then allowed
them to move to locked rooms
upstairs. They were allowed outside


only a couple of times in all those
years.
There were clues something was
terribly wrong on Seymour Avenue.
,Neighbors in the close-knit Puerto
Rican neighborhood saw Castro
take a child to a playground but
didn't ask about her. One man told
The Washington Post he didn't want
to be thought a "bochinchoso,"
slang for gossiper.
Other nearby residents heard
banging from the house and
screams. A naked woman wearing a
dog collar was spotted on all fours
in the back yard. Someone saw a
sad child's face in an attic window.
One or two neighbors now say they
called police, but police say they've
searched records and found ho
calls.
When the police dispatcher
asked Charles Ramsey if Amanda
Berry needed an ambulance, he
heatedly replied that she had been
kidnapped.
"She needs everything," he said.
"Put yourself in her shoes."
Everyone prays there are no
nightmare cases like this anywhere
else, but thousands of people go
missing every year. The National
Crime Information Center con-
tained 87,217 active missing person
records as of last Dec. 31. Juveniles
under 18 made up 37 percent of
the cases, and 17 percent were
between 18 and 20.
The people on Seymour Avenue
didn't know a monster lived nearby.
It's heart-breaking to think that if
the neighbors who saw something
had said something, the victims
, might have breathed free years ago.
Marsha Mercer writes from Washington. You
may contact her at.marsha.mercer@yahoo.com.
2013 Marsha Mercer.


Hispanic vote won't be enough for GOP


A after six months of mulling
over November's election
results, many Republicans
remain convinced that the party's
only path to future victory is to im-
prove the GOP's appeal to Hispanic
voters. But how many Hispanic vot-
ers do Republicans need to attract
before the party can again win the
White House?
A lot. Start with the 2012 exit polls.
The NewYork Times' Nate Silver has
created an interactive tool in which
one can look at the presidential
election results and calculate what
would have happened if the racial
and ethnic mix of voters had been
different. The tool also allows one
to project future results based on
any number of scenarios in which
the country's demographic profile
and voting patterns change.
In 2012, President Obama
famously won 71 percent of the
Hispanic vote to Mitt Romney's
27 percent. If all other factors
remained the same, how large a
percentage of the Hispanic vote
would Romney have had to win to
capture the White House?
What if Romney had won 44
percent of the Hispanic vote, the
high-water mark for Republicans
achieved by George W. Bush in
2004? As it turns out, if Romney had
hit that Bush mark, he still would
have lost, with 240 electoral votes to
298 for Obama.
But what if Romney had been
able to make history and attract 50
percent of Hispanic voters? What
then? He still would have been
beaten, 283 electoral votes to 255.
What if Romney had been able to
do something absolutely astonish-
ing for a Republican and win 60
percent of the Hispanic vote? He
would have lost by the same mar-
gin, 283 electoral votes to 255.
But what if Romney had been


ByronYork


able to reach a mind-blowing 70
percent of the Hispanic vote? Surely
that would have meant victory,
right? No, it wouldn't. Romney still
would have lost, although by the
narrowest of electoral margins,
270 to 268. (Under that scenario,
Romney would have won the
popular vote but lost in the Elec-
toralCollege; he could have racked
up huge numbers of Hispanic votes
in California, NewYork and Texas,
for example, and not changed the
results in those states.)
According to the Times' calcula-
tor, Romney would have had to win
73 percent of the Hispanic vote to
prevail in 2012. Which suggests that
Romney, and Republicans, had big-
ger problems than Hispanic voters.
The most serious of those prob-
lems was that Romney was not able
to connect with white voters who
were so turned off by the campaign
that they abandoned the GOP and
in many cases stayed away from the
polls altogether. Recent reports sug-
gest as many as 5 million white vot-
ers simply stayed home on Election
Day. If they had voted at the same
rate they did in 2004, even with the
demographic changes since then,
Romney would have won.
Likewise, the white vote is so
large that an improvement Of 4
points going from 60 percent to
64 percent of those whites who did
vote would have won the race for
Romney.
So which would have been a more


realistic goal for Romney match-
ing the white turnout from just a
few years earlier, or winning 73
percent of Hispanic voters?
Everyone knows the Hispanic
vote will grow. But if 2012 vot-
ing patterns remain the same
whites voting in lower numbers
but about 60 percent for Repub-
licans, blacks and Asians turning
out in large numbers and voting
90-plus percent and 70-plus per-
cent, respectively, for Democrats
Republicans will have to win an
astonishingly high percentage of
the Hispanic vote to capture the
White House.
It is simply not reasonable to
believe there is something the GOP
can do pass immigration reform,
juice up voter-outreach efforts
- that will create that result.
That doesn't mean future Re-
publican presidential candidates
should not work to increase their
share of the Hispanic vote. They
could, for example, actually cam-
paign in areas with large numbers
of Hispanic voters.
But here is the real solution. Rom-
ney lost because he did not appeal
to the millions of
Americans who have seen their
standard of living decline over
the past decades. They're nervous
about the future. When Romney did
not address their concerns, they
either voted for Obama or didn't
vote at all. If the next Republican
candidate can address their con-
cerns effectively, he will win. And,
amazingly enough, he'll win a lot
more Hispanic votes in the process.
A lot from other groups, too.
It would do more than any
immigration bill or outreach pro-
gram ever could.

Byron York is chief political correspondent for
The Washington Examiner.


Letter to the Editor


Arias should receive death penalty


I am not a resident
of Arizona, but I wish I
could let the citizens of
that state know that if
Jodi Arias does not get
the death penalty, the
citizens of the State of
Arizona will have to pay
for the death of Arias'
boyfriend. Why?
She will sit in jail for
the rest of her life and
that will cost millions of
dollars. Who pays these
millions? The citizens
who work and pay taxes
in Arizona. Millions have


already been spent, just
getting to the verdict of
first-degree murder.
Why the death penalty?
She shot the boyfriend,
stabbed him 30 times and
then cut his throat. This
is premeditated taking
of a life, cold blooded
murder.
Genesis 9:6 clearly
states that Jodi Arias' life
should be taken. Let Jodi
Arias pay for this young
man's life, not the citizens
of Arizona, some of them


the family members of
the young man.
It is time for all states
to let citizens pay for the
crimes they commit;
14 were charged with
violation of the law in
Jackson County, dealing
with drugs, last week.
Some of them had former
criminal records. Let
these individuals, when
convicted, be placed in
jail and then put out on
the road and work off
the cost to the citizens of


Jackson County and the
State of Florida.
Editor, the main reason
for this loose standard of
punishment is because
of the liberal moral status
of our country. If Jodi
Arias dose not receive the
death penalty, her crime
will only cost her some
tears, and shemight not
even shed them.

REV. DR. BILLY BRUNER,
TH. D (EARNED)
Cottondale


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MHS Republican Club attends dinner with Governors


Special to the Floridan

Contributed by Ben Byrd,
Chairman of the Marianna
High School Republican
Club.
The Bay County Repub-
licans held its annual Lin-
coln Day Dinner on April
30 at the Edgewater Beach
Resort in Panama City.
MelisaThompson, Chair-
man of Bay County Repub-
licans arranged for five
students and their teacher
to attend the annual fund-
raiser. The students sat at a
table purchased by the Re-
publican Party of Florida
and were allowed into the
VIP room where they met,
spoke to and had a photo
taken with Florida Gover-
nor Rick Scott, Congress-
man Steve Southerland,
and former Arkansas Gov-
ernor, presidential candi-
date and Fox News hostN
Mike Huckabee.
The students, all juniors
at Marianna High School,
are Chairman Ben Byrd,
Vice Chairman AJ Ward,
Secretary Bo Hughes, Trea-
surer Devin Combs and
CommitteemanAustin Sel-
man. The students attend-
ed a formal dinner which


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Huckabee. Kneeling on front row from left: A.J. Ward, Devin Combs and Bo Hughes. Back row:
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, Austin Selman, Scott Hagen, Ben Byrd and Governor
Rick Scott.
included a three-course Scott. They also listened to dents stood to be recog-
meal by candlelight. While the keynote speaker, Mike nized, and were applauded
they ate, they listened to Huckabee. by the audience for being
the speech "Why Florid- Toward the end of the involved in their country's
ians should be Republi- event, Southerland ad- political process and the
cans," by Governor Rick dressed the crowd, the stu- nation's future.


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thle polite: fn : aoIl people at the ep ent The Gci efrirs and
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eductJ y\,. open minded The realzation that our
lreedom:- yre at s1tahe and must al.va<: be detended whole
liearhti L'\ er i Amer,:an. oung and old should be a er
eal, c'.ncept I pra nl generation ilnll Iot mate the same
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3nd Freedoiri into the ttuure The _,lungi? Cit) on the Hill
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let her li ht be ,minirshej in the name rot talrnesf nd
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club I n fortunate t,, hat e a teacher that cares enough
about u-. to :.pend hiL. oIn -t1one\ to n .hoi me that I too
can bie the .-ot ernor ot our State and I'm tfrtunate to
have friend,.. f:milI. and a politi,.31par\ that all bend over
back..rtds to further my knowledge and e'pound rn
hoi ionri? tor a b[ttet iuture to rme and miT country) This
trip 11 3 a phenomenal one'
-Ben Byrd, Chairman of the MHS Republican Club.
about his visit to the Bay County
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Gaetz
From Page 1A
"State employees have
gone six years without an
increase; this is overdue
and about time. A typical
correctional employee
makes about $35,000 a
year now, so this is about
a 5 percent pay raise for
the typical officer. It was
very important to me, and
I'm pleased that it stayed
in the budget to this
point. We couldn't do it
before; the money wasn't
there because we've been
cutting the budget for the
past several years. But
this year, the economy
has improved some, and
I wanted to make sure
the additional revenue
that was generated would
be shared with the hard-
working employees who
deserve it."
Additionally, he said,
about a third of state em-
ployees will' potentially
qualify for an additional
$600 performance pay
upgrade, with the specific
recipients to be selected


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by the agencies they work
for.
Gaetz also pointed out
that legislators have pro-
posed an overall $1 bil-
lion increase in educa-
tion spending for grades
K-12 across the state. This
figure includes $480 mil-
lion for teacher raises.
They can earn $2,500 to
$3,500 in raises, with the
amounts to be based on a
locally-developed perfor-
mance plan.
The Senate leader also
talked about two pro-
posed appropriations
specifically for Jackson
County.
If the item is approved,
Jackson Hospital would
get an additional $165,517
in state aid and reim-
bursement this year.
"We changed the way
hospitals are paid, basing
it on the severity of illness
and length .of stay, rather
than on a cost-based
system, and we also put
a cost-adjuster in for ru-
ral budgets," Gaetz ex-
plained. "The increase for
Jackson Hospital is based
on those two factors, both


about equally responsi-
ble," he said.
And the Jackson County
school district will see
roughly a $2.6 million
increase over last year's
general funding from the
state if the budget escapes
the governor's veto, bring-
ing it from $42.7 million to
$45.3 million for a roughly
six percent increase.
Additionally, legisla-
tors have approved a $6
million special allocation
for the renovation and
preservation of the old
Marianna High School.
"Overall, I think North-
west Florida has had a
very good session," Gaetz
said in conclusion. 'Al-
though the governor gets
the last word, I'm pleased
that we, as legislators,
have put something to-
gether for him to con-
sider that would benefit
the people who work so
hard for our students and
in their various agencies
for their fellow citizens.
It's something I fought
for and the budget shows
that we believe in doing
the right thing by them."


State Brief


Police arrest 3,
recover 30 guns
in investigation
PALM BAY- Palm Bay
police have recovered
thousands of dollars in
stolen property includ-
ing almost 30 guns fol-
lowing an investigation
into a series of residential
burglaries.
Police also arrested
three suspects on Friday
in connection with the
burglaries. Twenty-five
year-old Jason Bennet
and 19-year-old Aaron
Goodwin face charges of
burglary and theft. Both
are being held on $30,000
bond. Twenty-three year-
old Frederick Clemons is
being held without bond
on drug-related charges.
A police statement says
the three face additional
charges as the investiga-
tion continues.
Police say the suspects
forced their way into
the homes when no was


there and took every-
thing from computers to
prescription drugs and
firearms. Homeowners
contacted police about


the robberies and to
report a suspicious car in
the area, which police say
led to the arrests. .
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A ceremony was held
Thursday to unveil the
new Bellamy Bridge
Heritage Trail kiosk, the
first of 11 informational
signs which will be erected
along a newly-created
driving tour featuring
historic sites related to
the Spanish era in Florida.
The Bellamy Bridge kiosk
provide highlights about
the natural wonders of
the upper Chipola River,
information about the
bridge and its legends, and
more. The driving tour
encompasses a 150-mile
circuit with various stops
along the way that tour-
ists and locals are being
invited to explore as the
trail takes shape and all
the kiosks are added. Its
stops include the West-
bank Overlook at Lake
Seminole in Sneads, The
Real Old Spanish Trial in
Grand Ridge, Calistople at
Blue Springs in Marianna,
Ekanachatte at Neals
Landing, the Pensacola-
St. Augustine Road along
Highway 2 in Malone,
Campbellton Baptist
Church, The Chacato
Revolt in Graceville, Mar-
cos Delgado at Bellamy
Bridge, The Natural Bridge
at Florida Caverns State
Park, Mission San Nicolas
in north Marianna, and
The Fernandez Raid in
Cottondale. The other
kiosks will be erected as
fundraising and other fac-
tors permit, and the trail is
meant to take advantage
of this year's statewide
celebration of the Spanish
era of Florida, including
the expansion of Spanish
missions and the expedi-
tions of Spanish explorer
Marcos Delgado into the
state.

Investigators probe
transport snafu
Jackson County Sheriff
Lou Roberts is conducting
an internal investigation
into'which of his officers
should be disciplined for
leaving a woman over-
night in a holding cell at
the Jackson County Court-
house Monday night,
rather than taking her to
jail that day after court as
ordered by the presiding
judge.
Pleading guilty that day
to the possession of drug
paraphernalia, the woman
had been sentenced by
County Judge Wade Mer-
cer to serve four months
in the county jail. She
was supposed to be taken
there that day to start
serving her time. Instead,
an apparent breakdown
in communications ,
left her stranded in the
courthouse holding cell,
according to Roberts.
The next day, after she
was discovered to still be
in the holding cell, Mercer
called her back to court
and amended her sen-
tence; he gave her 10 days
credit for time served.
Mercer said he did that in
an attempt to help make
up for the woman's ordeal.

Father-son team
charged in burglary
A father-son team and
a third man were arrested
Tuesday on burglary and
grand theft charges after
allegedly being caught in
the act of trying to take a
refrigerator and an LP gas
tank from a vacant home
on Florida Street in Grand
Ridge. Officials say James
E. Mayes Sr., 67, James E.
Mayes Jr., 20, and 22-year-
old Jonathan Ervin were


arrested at the scene and
charged with burglary and
grand theft. Authorities
identified the Mayes men
as father and son. The
two are listed as residents
of the same household
at 4561 Magnolia Road
near Marianna. Ervin is


listed as a resident of 4952
Rocky Creek Road near
Marianna.

Dothan man charged
with sex offense
A Dothan man has been
charged with multiple
offenses related to his
alleged sexual encounter
with a 15-year-old girl in
Jackson County. Authori-
ties say the girl first com-
municated with 21-year-
old Kendrick Jamile "KJ"
Bolton in an on-line chat
room called "Meet Me" in
late April, and that after-
ward they began convers-
ing.via instant messaging.
The girl told authorities
that she made Kendrick
aware that she was 15, and
that she knew he was 21.
Early on May 6, authorities
say, she invited Bolton to
her home in Marianna so
they could talk.
Officials say Bolton
Allegedly traveled across
state lines from his home
in Dothan, Ala. that morn-
ing and the two met at
the end of her driveway.
They got into his vehicle
and had consensual sex in
the back seat, the girl told
officers. Authorities say
they had been called to
the scene around 4:48 a.m.
that day, and saw Bolton's
1999 Ford Explorer parked
on the side of the road
near the girl's home.
Bolton has been charged
with on-line solicitation,
traveling to meet a minor,
lewd and lascivious mo-
lestation and a concealed
weapons offense.

Internet outage has
users scrambling
A widespread Centu-
ryLink internet outage
across several states left
agencies, individuals and
businesses scrambling to
adjust for the lock-out on
Tuesday, including many
in Jackson County. A Cen-
turyLink customer service
representative said at least
21 states and roughly 1
million customers were
affected. The outage was
beginning to right itself
by noon. An investigation
into the root cause of the
problem is underway at
CenturyLink, according to
public relations represen-
tative Carmen Butler, who
said some issues with core
routers which transfer
data have already been
identified.

Teen dies in Calhoun
County traffic crash
A Calhoun County
teenager was killed in.a
traffic crash early Tuesday
morning, just days before
finishing his junior year at
Blountstown High School.
According to Florida
Highway Patrol reports,
17-year-old Ryan Flow-
ers was driving a Ford 150
pickup truck eastbound
on County Road 392 just
before 7:30 a.m. and, as he
made a left turn onto State
Road 71, crossed into the
path of a Kenworth T800
semi truck. The Kenworth
was southbound on SR 71
when the crash occurred.
The front of the Kenworth
collided with the left side
of the pick-up. The other
- driver, Eastpoint resident
Raymond Pelt, 45, was not
injured in the crash. Both
vehicles came to rest in
the northbound shoulder
and travel lane of SR 71.


Self defense course
draws all ages
Almost two dozen girls
and women gathered
on two recent Saturdays
for a self-defense course
session sponsored in part
by the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and the
center.
Taught by Lora Fisher, a
judicial assistant to Judge
Colby Peel in Washington
County, the course in-


cluded instruction about
some common sense
preventative measures
that women can take to
improve their awareness
in situations where they
might be vulnerable to at-
tack. The rest of the course
was dedicated to teaching
them five basic physical
techniques for getting
away from an assailant.


Ag census
deadline nears
Farmers in Jackson
County and across the na-
tion have just more than
two weeks left to send
information about their
operation to USDA for in-
clusion in the most recent
agriculture census, data
that plays an important
role in federal ag funding
levels and other matters
related to the industry.
Jackson County Exten-
sion Director DougMayo
said the census, updated
every five years, is used in
calculating staffing needs
for the extension service,
among other things, and
that the census numbers
are used in delivering
information about the
overall state of agriculture
in specific regions of the
country.
The information must
be in by May 31. More in-
formation can be found at
www.agcensus.usda.gov,
or by calling 888-424-7828.

Police continue
search for suspect
Marianna police are
seeking the public's help
in finding a man sus-
pected of invading a local
home on April 16, holding
a woman at knifepoint
until being discovered and
overpowered by a male
resident of the dwelling.
Police have issued a war-
rant for the arrest of Wil-
liam Lee Fed in the case.
Police listed the man's last
known address as 4158
Evelyn St. in Marianna.
The 50-year-old is wanted
on charges of armed bur-
glary, aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon and
aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon.
Authorities say the male
resident of the home had
stepped outside briefly
around 6:30 p.m. on
the day of the incident
and returned to find an
intruder in his Edgewood
Drive residence. The two
struggled, and the male
victim received minor
injuries in the confronta-
tion before the suspect ran
from the scene.
Fed was identified as a
suspect in the case several
days later.
Anyone who has
information on Fed's
whereabouts is asked to
call the Marianna Police
Department at 526-3125
or Crimestoppers at
526-5000.

Organizers prep for
Fly-in at local airport
Old warbirds, small
private planes and the
celebrity Lockheed 12
used in the movie "Amelia"
will be among the aircraft
traveling here to take
part in a May 18 Armed
Forces Day and Fly-In, an
event meant to promote
the Marianna Municipal
Airport as a place for pilots
to land, fuel and parks their
aircraft.
Gates open to the public
at 9 a.m. After a 9:15
a.m. opening ceremony,
the Red Dragons Aerial
Demonstration Team will
carry out a low-altitude
fly-by, complete with show
smoke. The Chipola RC
(Radio Control) Aviators
will put their mini-aircraft
in flight in a 10-10:30 a.m.
demonstration.
Admission is free, and
those who attend will have
an opportunity at 2 p.m. to
win cash door prizes do-
nated by local businesses.


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During the regular meeting of the Marianna City Commission, Willie Sylvester Mack (third
from right), on behalf of the New Golden Keys, presented certificates of appreciation to city
officials for recent work done at the Cedar Street Park.



Employees honored



during meeting


BY ANGIE COOK
acook@jcfloridan.com

Members in attendance for Tuesday's
Marianna City Commission meeting
, were Rico Williams, John Roberts, Paul
Donofro Jr. and Travis Ephriam. Out-
going Commissioner James Wise was
absent, but in the audience was Al-
len West, who won the seat from Wise
in the recent municipal election. West
will officially join the commission
when he is sworn in during the June
meeting.
Marianna Health and Rehabilitation
Center Administrator Melinda Gay re-
ported that the facility recently received
"outstanding results" from the annual
inspection/survey conducted in April
by the Florida Agency for Health Care
Administration, which, licenses nursing
homes in the state.
The AHCA website's listing for MHRC,
which was updated in February and
does not reflect the most recent data,
shows the facility also did well on a pre-
vious inspection. Ii earned five stars,
ranking in the top 20 percent of facili-
ties in its region. Gay praised her staff
for their teamwork and another survey
success.
Also 'presented Tuesday night were
awards for May Employees of the Month
Stephen Tatum (Municipal Develop-
ment) and Jacqueline Pender (MHRC),
and a thank you from the New Golden
Keys. Organization spokesman Willie
Sylvester Mack gave certificates of ap-
preciation to each commissioner pres-
ent and City Manager Jim Dean, for the
work done on Circle Drive Park.
Agenda items addressed by the
commission included:
) Annexation of two properties in City
Industrial Park: On Russell Road, 3.22
acres owned by RRP Revocable Trust,
and on Industrial Park Drive, a. 3.35-
acre parcel owned by Jackson County
Development Council, Inc. Each is
Contiguous to City boundaries.
)) Amending the city's $4.5 million
grant/loan agreement with the Florida
Department of Environmental Protec-
tion (associated with the sewer-lining
project). Video recording on the lines
delayed start of construction, neces-
sitating changes to the grant/loan
repayment schedule.
)) Amendment to the city's road proj-
ect Capital Improvements Bond with
Regions Bank, to account for an inaccu-
racy discovered in the bond's amortiza-
tion schedule.
)) Changing the Home Source Interna-
tional Project Comfort Closing Fund
Grant, allowing the city to directly pur-
Schase items needed by the contractor, a
cost-reduction measure.
)) Getting Purchasing Cards (AKA P-
cards) from Regions for use only by des-
ignated City personnel, to streamline
the purchasing process and be able to
take advantage of certain rebates.
)) Assessment liens for 11 properties
on the Dilapidated Structures list.
)) Authorize the city manager to is-
sue letter of support to Jackson County,



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Stephen Tatum (left) accepts his city
Employee of the Month award from Donofro
Jr. on May 7. Tatum, employed with the
city since July 2006, started as code
enforcement officer and later became a
planner. He was nominated by Municipal
Development Director Kay Dennis.

designating the city's Municipal Airport
as an Emergency Worker Base Camp,
to be activated by certain state or fed-
eral agencies in the event of a natural
disaster.
)) Authorize city staff to apply for fund-
ing to purchase 12 bullet-proof vests
(approximately $1,250 each) through
the bullet-proof vest grant program (50
percent match requirement).
)) Proposed rental rates for new shade
hangars ($85) and T hangars ($200) at
Marianna Airport.
)) Authorize mayor to execute pro-
posed collective bargaining agreement
between the city and the Internation-
al Association of Fire Fighters Local
4397.
) Authorize city to execute a task order
with URS Corporation for design ser-
vices to rehabilitate runway 18/36 at the
city airport.
) Authorize city to execute a task order
with URS Corporation for engineering
services related to the drainage struc-
ture rehabilitation and wildlife fence
construction at airport property.
Approve city engineer's recommen-
dation, awarding U.S. 90 Landscape
Project (at Chipola River Bridge) to Pin-
ey Grove Nursery and Landscaping Inc.
(bid: $53,250)..
Approve MHRC purchase of a hot-
water pressure washer from Southern
Cleaning Systems (quote: $4,995).
) Renewal of existing and approval of
two new Marianna Housing Authority
board members Ann Mazion and the
Rev. Norman Bray, who replace resigned
members, Charlene Walker (resident-
member) and Mike Ubias.


Teachers The Teacher
in the Chair


From Page 1A
At Graceville Elementary,
Principal Petey Sims pro-
vided his teachers lunch
on Monday, Thursday
and Friday, and breakfast
goodies on Tuesday and
Wednesday.
At Graceville High, Prin-
cipal Chris Franklin and
Assistant Principal Julie
Burdeshaw arranged lunch
for teachers on Friday in a
meal sponsored by GiGi's
restaurant. The admin-
istrators also put good-
ies in the teachers' school
mailboxes on Tuesday and
Wednesday.
At Grand Ridge School,
Principal Randy Ward and
Assistant Principal Ken
Granger provided soda and
candy for their teachers on
Tuesday. On Wednesday,
teachers had sausage bis-
cuits with coffee or juice.
On Thursday, they got
candy-filled mugs, and on
Friday were treated to a
grilled hot dog lunch with
all the trimmings.
At Hope School, Princi-
pal Sharon Macaluso and
TSA Dr. Millicent Braxton
gave their teachers apples
with ribbons attached on
Monday. The ribbons had
these words written on
them: "If teachers were
apples, I'd pick you." On
Tuesday, teachers got bags
of Life Saver candy with
ribbons attached, reading
"You made a big difference
in my life." On Wednesday,
they got bags of chocolate
mints with ribbons reading
"You were mint to teach."
On Thursday, they. each
got a bag of homemade
sugar cookies with ribbons
reading "Thanks for mak-
ing me a smart cookie this
year," along with a chilled
bottle of water with a rib-
bon reading "Thank you
for quenching my thirst
for knowledge." On Friday,
they were treated to an ice
cream social.
) At Jackson Alternative
School, Principal Brenda
Jones and Assistant Prin-
cipal Charles Williams pre-
sented teachers with mugs
filled with goodies.*
) Malone School Princi-
pal Doug Powell and As-
sistant Principal Connie
Brisolaro treated teachers
to breakfast on Friday.
) At Marianna High,
Principal Sarieta Russ and
Assistant Principals Ron
Mitchell, Bob Burke and


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Principal of Golson
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board and website. Teich-
ers also got candy bars
with thank-you messages.
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School, teachers got mugs
with goodies' and were rec-
ognized during morning
announcements. Principal
Eddie Ellis and Assistant
Principals Laura Cullifer
and Dr. Brian Johnson also
make sure they had pas-
tries and other goodies.
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Principal John Ellerbee
and Assistant Principal
SueAnn Tharp provided
teachers lunch onWednes-
day, and the school's PTO
sponsored breakfast on
Monday.


LOCAL


CONTRIBUTED PHOTO


Man charged with
drug offenses
The Marianna Police
Department has charged
a Blountstown man with
two drug offenses, report-
ing that they discovered
marijuana and crack
cocaine on him during
an encounter Thursday
night.
Officials say they were
dispatched to South Side
Apartments on Kent Drive
around 9:45 p.m. that
evening in reference to
possible drug activity in
the complex.
Officers talked to several
people outside a building
there, including a man
identified as 42-year-old
James Blount Jr. Officers
say they observed a bulge
in the left front pocket of
his pants and on search-
ing him discovered a clear
plastic bag with 14 small-
er, individually-packaged


baggies inside. Officers
say they found another
plastic bag
Sasthey
j continued
j ] their search,
with the
second bag
contain-
Blount Jr. ing crack
cocaine.
Blount was charged
with possession of
marijuana more than
20 grams with intent
to sell and with pos-
session of a controlled
substance.
He was taken to the
Jackson County jail to
await first appearance on
the charges.


Man charged with
obstruction
The Marianna Police
Department has charged
a local man with obstruc-


tion after he allegedly
gave officers a false name
during an encounter
Friday.
Officers were dis-
patched to the area of
Myles Street just before 3
a.m. Friday to search for
someone who had been
involved in an altercation
on Harley Drive.
Officers approached
and began talking to
a man they believed
matched the descrip-
tion of the subject being
sought.
Officers say he falsely
identified himself at
first, but eventually gave
them the correct name,
Norquekes Calhoun.
The 22-year-old was
taken to the Jackson
County jail to await first
appearance on the formal
charge of obstruction by a
disguised person.
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)) At Sneads Elementary,
Principal Carolyn Pilcher
and Assistant Principal
Dr. Jennifer Hawthorne
helped in supporting the
PTO as that. organization
presented "World's Finest
Educator" T-shirts to the
teachers of that school.
'The faculty members all
wore those to school on
Tuesday, and were treated
to breakfast on Monday.
) At Sneads High, Princi-
pal Faye Parker and Assis-
tant Principal John Ham-
ilton provided teachers
breakfast on Friday.
) Sunland School Princi-
pal Don Wilson distributed
mugs with goodies and ar-
ranged a luncheon for his
teachers.

Pictured are
faculty and staff
from Sneads
Elementary School
wearing the new
shirts bought for
them by the SES
PTO in recognition
of Teacher
Appreciation
Week. The shirts
were inscribed
With "World's
Finest Educators
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In Phoenix, Arizona, a 26-year-old mother stared down at
her 6 year old son, who was dying of terminal leukemia.
Although her heart was filled with sadness, she also had a
strong feeling of determination. Like any parent, she wanted
her son to grow up and fulfill all his dreams. Now that was no
longer possible.
The leukemia would see to that. But she still wanted her
son's dream to come true.
She took her son's hand and asked, "Billy, did you ever
think about what you wanted to be once you grew up? Did
you ever dream and wish what you would do with your life?"
"Mommy, I always wanted to be a fireman when I grew up."
Mom smiled back and said, "Let's see if we can make your
wish come true."
Later that day she went to her local Fire Department in
Phoenix, Arizona, where she met Fireman Bob, who had a
heart as big as Phoenix. She explained her son's final wish and
asked if it might be possible to give her 6 year-old son a ride
around the block on a fire engine.


There were three fire calls in Phoenix that day and Billy got
to go out on all three calls. He rode in the different fire engines,
the Paramedic's' van, and even the fire chief's car. He was also
videotaped for the local news program.
Having his dream come true, with all the love and attention
that was lavished upon him, so deeply touched Billy, that he
lived three months longer than any doctor thought possible.
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and the head nurse, who believed in the hospice concept -that
no one should die alone," began to call the family members
to the hospital.
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,so she called the Fire Chief and asked if it would be possible to
send b fireman in uniform to the hospital to be with Billy as he
made his transition.
The chief replied, "We can do better than that. We'll be
there in five minutes. Will you please do me a favor? When
you hear the sirens screaming and see the lights flashing, will
you announce over the PA system that there is not a fire? It's
'the department coming to see one of its finest members one
more time. And will you open the window to his room?"


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we can do better than that.
If you'll have your son ready
at seven o'clock Wednesday
morning, we'll make him an
honorary Fireman for the
whole day. He can come
down to the fire station, eat.
with us, go Out on all the fire :/
calls, the whole nine yards!
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we'll get a real fire uniform for,
him, with a real fire hat -nota ja
toy one with the emblem of
the Phoenix Fire Department
on it, a yellow slicker like
we wear and rubber boots.
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right here in Phoenix, so we
can get them fast." ,
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ladder truck.
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looked up at the fire chief
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a fireman now?'
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Sports Briefs
ChipolaSoftball
The Chipola Lady Indians
openplay in the NJCAA Soft-
ball National Championship
tournament Wednesday in St.
George, Utah.
The tournament will run
through Saturday.

JCCA Golf Tourney
The Jackson County Cattlre-
men's Association announces
that the second annual
Colonel Thomas Memorial
golf classic is set for Friday at
Indian Springs Golf Course in
Marianna.
There will be a 1 p.m.
shotgun start for the 18-hole
even that features a four-
person scramble, "pick your
partners," and a modified
handicapped system.
Registration is $60 per per-
son and that includes green
fee, canrt and a steak dinner.
There will be prices for lon-
gest drive and closest to the
pin. All players must have a
verified handicap.
All benefits from the event
will go to FFA and 4H scholar-
ships at Chipola. For more in-
formation, call Mant Dryden
at 850-573-0414, Albert
Milton at 850-718-7834. Ken
Godfrey at 850-209-7919 or
Charlene at Indians Springs
Golf Club at 850-482-8787.

Marianna Swim Team
SThe Marianna Swim Team
. invites you to comeout to
meet potential swim team
members, old friends, and
our coach Monday at the
Chipola College Pool from
5-6:30 p.m.
This is the date for the
opening practice for the
regular swim season, as well
the time any interested par-
ties can get information, get
in the water with coaching
staff, and/or register for the
upcoming swim season. You
can also come during any
practice session for informa-
tion if you can not make this
date.
The Marianna Swim Team
is a local, recreational swim
team for boys and girls ages
4-18. Practices are held from
5-6:30 p.m.. Monday through
Thursday through August at
Chipola College Pool.
Meets are held on Saturdays
throughout the summer.
Registration is open. All that
is required is the swimmer
swim one full pool length (25
yards) and. that children un-
der 10 have parental supervi-
sion during practices.
The registration fee of $35
payable to MST helps cover
cost of life guards and relay
events at meets. Team T-shirtns
for members will be an ad-
ditional $5 and $15 for non-
members. Pool membership
is also required by Chipola
College.
For additional informa-
tion call Vicki Pelham at
482-2435; Angie Bunting
at 209-8918; Julie Smith at
557-3292; Monica Bolin at
209-2388; or email questions
to MST2010@cenrurylink.
net.

Coed Softball
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer a coed
adult softball league that
begins play in June.
Teams will consist of five
men and five women with
general rules of play dis-
cussed at managers meeting.
Teams may sign up at The
Marianna Educational and
Recreational Expo (MERE)
*' located'at 3625 Caverns Road
in Marianna through May 29.
The registration fee of $480
for 12-game schedule and
includes the team's ASA reg-
istration fees due at the time
of registration. There will be a
mangers meeting May 29 at 6
p.m. at the M ERE Complex.
See BRIEFS, Page 2B


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Michael Mader pitches for Chipola during a game earlier
in the season.


Chipola Baseball


Indians open state



tourney with victory


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Chipola Indians opened up the
first day of the FCSAA state baseball
tournament on Friday night with a 6-3
victory over Miami-Dade, with Carlos
Misell starting on the mound and go-
ing 6 2/3 innings to get the win.
Misell allowed three earned runs,
on five hits and four walks with three
strikeouts, while Taylor Lewis closed it
out to get the save, going 2 1/3 score-
less innings and allowing one hit and
one walk.
Ian Rice led Chipola offensively, going


3-for-5 with two runs and three RBIs,
while Chase Scott was 2-for-4 with an
RBI, and Daniel Mars was 1-for-4 with
a run and an RBI.
Luis Tunon also had a hit and a run,
Christian Correa had a hit and a walk,
and Bert Givens walked twice and
scored a run.
Chipola got a run in the top of the sec-
ond when Rice led off with a single and
scored on an error, and then tacked on
three more in the fifth thanks to.an RBI
sacrifice fly by Mars and RBI singles by
Rice and Scott to Make it 4-0.
t
See INDIANS, Page 2B


GRACEVILLE FOOTBALL




Tigers in transition


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN


The Graceville Tigers charge onto the field after a play is called by Head Coach Ty Wise on Friday.


Wise puts his stamp

on GHS program
BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Graceville Tigers are one o' three
Jackson County football programs 'go-
ing into their first season with ne'v
coaches in 2013, with former North-
view assistant coach Ty Wise using the
spring season to try to put his stamp on


the Tigers program.
Wise was named the head coach at
Graceville after serving as offensive coor-
dinator on a Chiefs team that won the 1A
state title.
The process of taking the Tigers to simi-
lar heights as head coach has begun in
Sthe spring, and Wise said that, so far, he's
been pleased with what he has seen.
"It's been great. We've reallyworked hard
on the fundamentals and tried to instillin
the athletes the importance of being fun-
damentally sound and having discipline
and understanding that they have to play


Cottondale Football


Hornets facing big questions


BY DUSTIN KENT
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After a one-win season in
2011, the Cotitondale Hornets
made a return trip to the post-
season last year, finishing 3-1
in District 2-1A and earning a
berth in the 1A state playoffs.
But getting back to the post-
season will be a major chal-
lenge for the Hornets, who lost
their leading passer, rusher,
receiver and tackler, as well as
three out of five starters -on the
offensive line.
Cottondale coach Mike Mel-
vin said he knows his team has
a lot of significant holes to fill.
"Well, when you lose a four-
year starter at quarterback (CJ
Smith),, a 1,000-yard rusher
(Sheldon Vann), as well as Eli
Jackson and Jacquez Walker,
with three guys that signed
on to play at the next level, it's
tough," he said. "We lost some


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Wesley Spooner makes a diving catch during Cottondale football practice
Thursday.


key players, but somebody has
got to step up and fill those
shoes."
Rising senior Justin Klotz will
be taking over the QB position
from Smith, who Melvin said
brings a different element to


the offense than Smith did.
"CJ was a reliable piece of the
pie, but we feel good with Jus-
tin," the coach said. "He's prob-
ably a little bit more mobile, so

See HORNETS, Page 2B


together and each man's got to be able
to count on the other and trying to build
toughness and become a more physical
football team," he said.
Wise is taking over for former coach
Mark Beach, who led the Tigers to a dis-
trict title in his only season in 2012 before
leaving to become head coach at Mari-
anna High School.
It was the first district title for Gracev-
ille since 2006, with the Tigers returning
16 players from that team, and Wise said

See TIGERS, Page 2B


TCC stays


alive with


victory

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Tallahassee Eagles
bounced back from an open-
ing day loss to Hillsborough to
take an 8-4 win over St. Johns
River State on Saturday to stay
alive in the double-elimina-
tion FCSAA state baseball
tournament in Lakeland.
The Panhandle Conference
champions were victimized
Friday by a four-hit shutout by
Hillsborough's Ryan Etsell in a
3-0 Hawks victory.
But the Eagles found offense
much easier Saturday against
the Vikings, putting together
11 hits in total off of four St.
Johns River State pitchers.

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Tigers
From Page 1B
that he sees the kind of be-
lief in the GHS players that
comes from winning.
"I think there is a con-
fidence there that the
kids have expectations
to win," the coach said.
"I see it in practice. They
understand the value of
hard work. If we continue
on the path that we're on,
we will have success next
season."
In order to replicate that
success in 2013, the Tigers'
players will have to adjust
to new offensive and de-
fensive systems, though
Wise said that there was
enough common ground
between his approach and
Beach's that it wouldn't be
that difficult of a transition
for the -team.
"We're doing a lot of dif-
ferent things, but there are
a lot of similarities to what
we're doing and what they.
did last year," he said. "But
we're just trying to make it
even better and trying to
be diverse on both sides.
We're going to be mul-
tiple on both sides of the
ball."
The Tigers' offense under


SPORTS


Beach was very run-heavy,
with the team compiling
3,417 yards on the ground
in 2012, while passing for
just 44.
Wise said that his of-
fense will also place a
strong emphasis on the
ground game, but will
feature a more balanced
attack.
"We're going to establish
the run and try to win up
front and control the line
of scrimmage," he said.
"But at the same time, in
order for us to win, we've
got to have some bal-
ance. We have to be able
to throw the football and
protect the quarterback.
Those are things we're try-
ing to improve on right
now."
Graceville is not yet set-
tled on a starting quarter-
back, with returning start-
er and rising sophomore
Preston Nichols compet-
ing with quarterback/run-
ning back Jared Padgett,
and Jarrett Brogdon -
who started at fullback for
the Tigers last season for
the top signal-caller spot
this year.
Wise said there would be
no definitive depth chart
for QB or any other posi-
tion until the fall, but he'


wants his players to not be
defined by a single posi-
tion, especially with only
24 players on the spring
roster.
"Our kids are learning
multiple positions. With
the situation we're in, we've
got to have players that
can do multiple things," he
said. "Of course, there will
be players that can play
quarterback and run the
football. That's going to be
our approach. We've pretty
much divvied the team up
and tried not to have a first
or second team. We're just
trying to create competi-
tive practices and every-
body is trying to learn an
offensive and defensive
position and show what
they're capable of on both
sides of the ball."
The coach said that the
low numbers is the biggest
challenge he has faced in
the spring thus far, but he
trusts his coaching staff to
find a way to overcome the
lack of depth.
- "Obviously, we would like
to have more kids out for
football, but the ohes that
are out there are showing a
lot of progress," Wise said.
"In 1A football, you have
to find ways to accomplish
some of the things they do


at the big schools with lots
of athletes out. We have
a very creative coaching
staff that finds ways day in
and day out to get the job
done. I feel fortunate in
that sense."
The Tigers will wrap
up the spring on May 23
with a road game against
the Holmes County Blue
Devils, who will present a
stiff litmus test for how far
Graceville has come over
spring practice.
But Wise said he's less
concerned about how
his team matches up
with the Blue Devils and
more so with the indi-
vidual progress of his
players.
"Honestly, we've just
been focusing on our play-
ers and what we need to
do to help them improve,"
he said. "Our focus this
spring is on us. The play-
ers are doing everything
we ask them to do, and
every day. there's improve-
ment on both sides of the
ball. That's what you hope
for. You hope that when
spring concludes, you've
made progress at every
position on both sides of
the ball, and that has hap-
pened in the first couple of
weeks."


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TCC
From Page 1B
TCC trailed 1-0 through
one inning, but took the
lead in the second thanks
to an RBI triple by Kevin
Cruz and an RBI double
by Matt Bahnick.
Cody Borup added a
solo home run in the top
of the fourth, and Trent
Higginbothem's sacri-
fice fly in the fifth scored
Mabini to make the score
4-1.
The Eagles put some
more separation be-
tween themselves and
the Vikings with a four-
run seventh, with Borup
singling to score Higgin-
bothem and Cruz adding
a two-RBI hit to make it
7-2.
, James Abbatinozzi also
scored on the play thanks
to an errant throwbyright
fielder Ian Townsend to
increase the margin, to
six runs.
That was enough sup-
port for an Eagles pitch-
ing staff led by starter
Nick Deckert, who went
7 1/3 innings and al-
lowed three runs two
earned on eight hits,
a walk and recorded five
strikeouts.


Victory Cole finished it
off in the ninth with a 1-
2-3 inning.
Cruz finished 3-for-5
with a triple and three
RBIs to lead TCC, while
Borup was 2-for-5 with a
home run, two run, and
two RBIs, Bahnick was
2-for-4 with a double and
an RBI and Tyler York was
2-for-5 with a run.
Will Mackenzie was
3-for-5 with three RBIs
to lead the Vikings, who
were eliminated with the
loss.
With the win, the Ea-
gles advanced to today's
matchup with the loser
of Saturday night's late
game between Chipola
and Seminole State at
3 p.m. Central Daylight
Time.

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Frem Page 2B
he can tuck it and try to
make things happen with
his feet where CJ made
a lot happen with his
arm."
Replacing Vann will be
rising senior Norris Cal-
houn, who topped 600
yards on the ground last
season and will be count-
ed on to carry the load in
2013.
If Calhoun is going to
approach Vann's produc-.
tion next season, he will
need to get the same kind
of consistency from the
offensive line, which lost
three starters in Jackson,
Michael Williams and
Ladell Johnson.
Derrick Wilson and Buck


Indians
From Page 1B
In the bottom of the
fifth, the Sharks got RB
hits from Patrick Carter
and Victor Cartini to cu
Sthe Chipola lead in half
but the Indians responded
with two in the sixth on
two-RBI single by Rice t(
score Cameron Gibson
and Rice to make it 6-2.
Carter led off the bottom
of the seventh with a sol(
home run off of Misell t(
make it 6-3, with a two-ou
walk to Jose Gomez getting
Indians coach Jeff Johnsoi
out of the dugout to re
place Misell with Lewis.
Danny de la Calle their
reached on an errant throv
by Givens at third, but was
Thrown out trying to react
third base on the play t(
end the inning.
" Lewis got the Sharks ir
order in the eighth, but ir



Briefs
From Page 1B
For more information,
call the MERE at 850-
482-6228. Team mangers
may come by the MERE
Complex to pick up team
packets Monday thru Fri-
day from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Managers and coaches
may view a copy of this ,
year's rules by visiting our
website www.leagueline-
up.com/mrd go to Adult
Softball page.

Bulldog Wrestling
Club
The BulldogWrestling
Club is starting practice
for the summer season.
Practice will be Tuesday
and Thursday nights from
5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the
old Marianna High School
wrestling room.
All Jackson County kids
ages 5-18 are welcome to
join. For more informa-
tion, call MHS coach Ron
Thoreson at 272-0280.

Sports Items


Deese are the only retirn-
ing starters up front, with
Thomas Lipford and Brian
Slesser both coming back
after playing as reserves
last season.
The progress of that unit
will be the ultimate de-
termining factor for the
Hornets' success, Melvin
said.
"I think at any level of
football, everything starts
and finishes with the of-
fensive line," he said. "We
graduated three pretty
good linemen this year,
so guys like Slesser, Lip-
ford, and Evan Swoboda
are going to. have to step
up for us and fill that role.
They've looked good so far
in the spring, and all those
guys got reps last year ex-
cept Swoboda. Lipford
got a ton of reps and so


the ninth, Miami-Dade
got its first two runners on
thanks to a lead-off single
by Omar Garcia and a walk
e to Carter.
I But Lewis got out of the
r jam by inducing fly ball
t outs to Cartini and Jesus
f, Pintado and then getting,
d Gomez to hit into a force
a play at second for the final
0 out.
n The Indians out-hit the
Sharks 8-6, with Carter
a leading Miami-Dade bygo-
o ing 2-for-3 with two walks,
o two runs and two RBIs.
t Garcia was 1-for-4 with
g a walk and a run, while
n Cartini was 1-for-5 with an
- RBI, Gomrez 1-for-4 with
a walk and Roberto Llera
i 1-for-3.
r Ivan Paleaz started and
s took the loss for Miami-
i Dade, going 4 2/3 innings
o and surrendering two
earned runs on four hits
i and two walks with six
i strikeouts.


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did Slesser.
"They're picking it up
pretty quick, so we feel
OK right now. But we're
going in shells right now
and haven't hit live yet.
It's easy to look good in
shorts."
i The Hornets will not fin-
ish the spring with a game,
choosing instead to use
the extra practice time to
focus on individual player
development.
It's especially important
for a team with so many
questions going into next
season.
"We've just got a lot of
new kids that have to learn
the game of football, so
we're really spending a
ton of time in groups just
learning how to play," Mel-
vin said. "We graduated
some pretty good athletes

Marcos Barrios gave up
three earned runs on three'
hits in his lone inning of
work, while Danny Gonza-
lez went the final 3 1/3 in-
nings and allowed no runs
on a hit and a walk with
five strikeouts.
With the win, Chipola ad-
vanced to Saturday's win-
ners' bracket game against
Seminole State, while the
Sharks were eliminated
Saturday with a 3-0 loss to
State College of Florida.

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and have some new faces
learning new positions.
We're just taking our time
and getting the basics out
of the way. We're just tak-
ing it slow, but it's been
a pretty good spring' so
far."
SPerhaps 'the greatest
challenge the Hornets will
face in 2013 will not be
inexperience, but lack of
numbers, with the coach
saying he anticipated
around 24 or 25 players on
the roster by the fall.
"The whole key this year
will be staying healthy. We
can't afford for anybody to
go down with an injury,"..
Melvin said. "It's not some-
thing you can play for or
against, but the key to suc-
cess this year is staying
healthy because we don't
have a lot of depth."


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Dear Readers: Happy Mother's Day
Please phone your mother, grandmother
mother-in-law, stepmother or foster
mother and wish them the best. And our
special good wishes to all the new mom-
mies who are celebrating their very first
Mother's Day. Also, please don't forget
those for whom this day, for whatever
reason, is filled with sadness. Give them
a call and say you are thinking of them.

Dear Annie: Another Mother's Day is
here, and I dread it. I dislike spending
any time with my mother, but I do it
anyway because I feel it is the right thing
to do.
My father was an alcoholic, and Mom
was abusive, both emotionally and phys-
ically. Many times, my siblings and I had
to sit in the car outside the bars while my
parents were inside drinking. She also ,
beat us with the wire end of a-fly swatter.
One of her favorite things was to slap me
across the face. But what hurt the most
were the cruel and cutting things she
said about how I looked and dressed.
Growing up, I had to wait on her hand
and foot, getting her cigarettes, beer, cof-
fee or anything else. I also was expected
to do a lot of the housework and cooking
Ironically, I don't resent that as much
because I learned skills I might not have
otherwise developed. Her abuse also
taught me to be a better parent, because
I knew how I did not want to raise my
children.
I know Mom was unhappy, and I am
sure she felt trapped, but so did my
father. She is now a widow, cries a lot and
wants attention and sympathy. When
I was diagnosed with cancer, it was all
about what she'was going through. She
never once asked me how I was doing.
After 63 years of this, I am tired of her
excuses for the way she treated me.
She has never said she was sorry. It was
always someone else's fault. Am I a bad
laughter for not wanting to be


around her?


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Dear Over: No. We think you've put up
with a great deal over the years. Whatever
you give back to your mother now is a
selfless act of pure kindness.

Dear Annie: This is in response to "N.Y.,
N.Y.," the 34-year-old who is reluctant to
visit her elderly grandmother. The writer
stated that the grandmother doesn't
know who she is half the time. That
means she does know who she is the,
other half.
I understand that some people have a
hard time visiting hospitals and nursing
homes or seeing a loved one change. But
this grandmother is a living, breathing
Person with feelings, memories and'
needs. It is inexcusable to turn your back
on a loved one because it makes you
uncomfortable.
There are many other ways to support
someone who is homebound or living
in a facility. Cards, letters, pictures and
phone calls can delight someone who
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other ways. For the last two years of her
Life, I sent my aunt postcards on a weekly
basis, even though she had dementia.
When she died, we found them in her
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though we lived 3,000 miles apart.
It is also important to support the pri-
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primary support. Mom didn't call me by
name for the last eight years of her life,
.but I could tell by the way she looked at
me, even to her last day, that she knew
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what being part of a family really means.
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hearts, South would usually make a nega- South West North East
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diamond to fall to defeat. But a South who paused for a few moments at trick three
would see the advantage in discarding his unavoidable diamond loser. Then the
contract would make.'
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SDo not try for a trump promotion until, if possible, you have taken all of your side-
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TODAY'S HISTORY: In
1780, British forces took
Charleston, S.C., during
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In 1949, the Soviet
Union lifted its blockade
of Berlin.
In 2002; Jimmy Carter
became the first former
or sitting U.S. president to
visit Cuba since the 1959
revolution led by Fidel
Castro.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
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TAURUS (April 20-May
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searching for ways to in-
crease your income, you
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GEMINI (May 21-June
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to maintain as much
control as you can over
an arrangement in which
you're presently involved.
Don't hesitate to assert
yourself.
CANCER (June 21-July
22) You o get hunches
all the time, but the ones
you get today could be
strong, enabling you to
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LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
Although your belief
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comedy starring Mat-
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letters.
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gem
5 Public
health
agcy.
8 Wear and
tear
11 Corduroy
ib
12 Sword
handle
14 Freedom,
in slogans
15 Small digit
(2 wds.)
17 Unduly
18 Don Juans
19 Rehearsal
(2 wds.)
21 Gap
between
mountains
23 Persuade
24Jewelry
fastener
27 Misstated
29 Boathouse
item
30 Townsperson
34 Crisp toast
37 Wind dir.
38 Rub the
wrong way
39 Cheney
and Biden,
slangily


41 Barbecue
favorite
43 Diagnostic
image
45 More
compressed
47 Halo
wearer
50 Med.
specialty
51 Backed off
54- -
moment's
notice
55 Official
imprint
56 Dow uptick
57 Knock
58 Some bout
enders
59Adamson's
lioness

DOWN
1 Night flier
2 Twosome
3 Low voice
4 Pauses
5 Fischer's
game
6 Morse
code
signal
7 Lummox
8 Extreme
9 Falls,
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26 Mr.
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30 Comic
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33 Lawyer's
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SPORTS


Outdoors


Concocting a duck float


ain, sleet, bitter cold and
a howling gale. My glasses
were icing up while Jack
Frost plucked the goose down
from my thermal underwear.
The wind threatened to carry the
canoe, passengers and all, across
two state lines. It was a day fit
only for hibernation, waterfowl,
one black dog and two terminally
insane humans. A perfect day for a
duck float.
My ice-bound thoughts drifted
back to Cletus Monroe's phone call
the previous evening.
"What say we do a float trip in
the morning? Clete suggested.
"Lotta ducks flying' on the heels of
this little old cold snap."
My first reply involved words
and suggested actions unsuitable
for the ears of the meek. I knew
all about the monstrous winter
frontal system bearing down
from Canada. This would be one
we good old boys weren't used to
dealing with.
Unfortunately, my initial re-
sistance was worn down by the
absence of the word "no" in Clete's
vocabulary. When I expressed my
concerns, my buddy's response
was, "Yeah, boy. Nothin' like a little
sure 'nuff duck weather to get a
fella's fur up, huh?"
End of debate. The float was on.
My wife, also aware of the
oncoming weather, was quick to
grant her approval. She contrib-
uted to the pre-hunt preparation
by gathering my last will and
testament and life insurance
policies into a readily accessible
location..
A wild dawn broke upon Clete,
myself, and a reluctant Labrador
retriever challenging the elements
and the river aboard a well-worn,
leaky canoe. One of our party
resisted the leash, snarling and
snapping as he was forcibly hauled
aboard. Clete later said this behav-
ior wasn't surprising, but he was a
bit taken aback when I bit him on
the arm.
Proceeding downriver (as if
there's any other direction in a 40
mph northerly wind), Clete mar-
veled at the raw beauty of nature
while the dog (not to mention his
human companion) cowered annd
shivered at his feet. I thought of
my spouse at home suspiciously
reading the line, "being of sound
mind..."
SThe driving downpour


BoblKornegay
Outdoors Columnist

continued as the temperature
steadily dropped. Frequently, the
canoe spun perpendicular to the
current and rocked precariously in
a vicious crosswind.
Clete was right about one thing.
It was indeed duck weather. Large
skeins of puddlers and divers
were out in force. That did little,
however, to temper my outlook.
The wind-propelled birds were
hurtling over and past our shot-
guns like Star Wars fighter pi-
lots. Errant shots filled the sky,
rocking the canoe and scaring
me witless. The dog's terror was
replaced by disgusted boredom
as he watched each winged prize
lost to our "shoot-and-release"
technique.
, "I think I'll get a better lead if I
stand up!" Clete yelled above the
roar of the wind.
Before I could protest (or shoot
him where he sat), he rose sud-
denly to his feet, a position he held
for at least a half second before
canoe, gear and occupants parted
company. Thank God for life vests
and the stroke of good fortune
that allowed us to climb out on
the same bank where we'd parked
the truck a couple of miles upriver.
Through more divine intervention,
the engine started and the heater
worked.
We were all reasonably dry and
partially thawed by the time we ar-
rived home. I couldn't tell if it was
with relief or disappointment that
the wife put the aforementioned
legal documents back into the
drawer as we walked in the door.
Aman found the canoe, none
the worse for wear, the following
day. That honest citizen sought
ou t the owners and returned it. We
paid him a hundred bucks, 75 of
which was hush money.
SSince that time, I've done a good
deal of thinking about duck floats.
I'd be a heap better off with a big
scoop of mallard-flavored ice
cream in a glass of root beer.


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Baseball Playoffs



Manatees eliminate




Miami-Dade, 8-0


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The State College of Florida
Manatees eliminated the Mi-
ami-Dade Sharks with an '8-0
shutouit victory in seven in-
nings on Saturday's second
day of the FCSAA state base-
ball tournament in Lakeland.
The Manatees got a run in
the second inning, three in the
third, three more in the sixth,
and another in the seventh to
win on the mercy rule.
AndrewWidell led State Col-
lege of Florida with three hits
to go with a run and an RBI,
while Conner Hale was 2-for-
5 with two RBIs, Julian Santos
2-for-4 with a run and an RBI
and Orlando Rivera 2-for-5
with a run.
Ben Ancheff started on the
mound for the Manatees and
tossed a three-hit shutout,
walking just one and striking


out four, while Patrick Carter
started and took the loss' for
the Sharks, going 52/3 and al-
lowing seven unearned runs
on 10 hits and two walks, with
three strikeouts.
The Sharks were victitnized
by three costly errors, with the
first in the top of the second
inning leading to an RBI sac-
rifice fly by Andrew McNett to
score Conner Oliver.
RBI singles by Dalton Busby
andWidell in the third follow-
ing another defensive miscue
made it 4-0 Manatees, with
a two-out error in the sixth
opening the door for another
three-run inning.
Widell singled with one out
and Rivera singled with two
gone before Santos reached
on a misplayed grounder
by Sharks shortstop Steven
Negron.
Hale followed with a two-
RBI single to make it 6-0, with


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MAY7
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
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2) Family Dentistry 82.5-61.5
3) Down Home Dental Center 81-63
4) Champion Tile 74-70
5) Jim's Buffet & Grill 69.5-74.5
6) James & Sikes 65-79
7) Pacers 63-81
8) Marianna Animal Hospital 58-86
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High Game:Heather Hagan: 214, Ted Arnold: 245
High Series: LuAnn: 542, Dan Harris: 630
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MAY 7
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
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2) We're Back Again 84.5-59.5
3) Lu's Crew 84-60
4) X-Men 83-62
5) Shelton Trucking 82-62
6) All Day 75.5-68.5
7) D and D 68-76
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9) Marianna Metal 57-87
10) Oak Creek Honey 56-88
11) El-Rio 54-90
11) Backwoods Bowlers 53.5-90.5
High Team Hdcp. Game: We're Back 1034
High Team Hdcp. Series We're Back 2728
High Game: Nichole Townsell: 182, Jay Roberts & Jason: 258
High Series: Nichole Townsell:531, Jason Kindelspire:760
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Jarred Smith bringing Santos
home with another single
through the right side of the
infield.
Santos added an RBI single
in the seventh to score Mc-
Nett for the final run, and An-
cheff closed it out in the bot-
tom of the inning by inducing
a game-ending 6-4-3 double
play on a ground ball by Jose
Gomez.
With the win, the Manatees
advanced to today's matchup
with Hillsborough at noon
Central Daylight Time.
The Sharks went 0-2 in the
tourney, falling Friday to
Chipola 6-3.






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WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED
MAY 8
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
1) Marianna Metal 92-52
2) Big Lots 81-63
3) Try Hards 78-66
4) Harley's Hawgs 77-67
5) Adventure Drive 77-67
6) 2 Pair of Nuts 73.5-70.5
7) Perfections Detailing 73-71
8) Hollis Body Shop 68-76
9) Fireballs 67.5-76.5
10) El Sound Machine 65.5-78.5
11) Smith's Supermarket 58-86
12) Mr. Bingo 49.5-94.5
High Team Hdcp. Game: Harley's Hawgs 993
High Team Hdcp. Series: Try.Hards 2805
High Game: Mary Jones 227, Jason Kindelspire 269
High Series: Mary Jones 618, Jason Kindelspire 713
Winners Of 2012-13 Season Marianna Metal
B.J. Worley, Steve Moore, Nichole & Jack Townsell
Congrats!
CHIPOLA MEN'S LEAGUE
MAY 9
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
1) Perfections Detail 42-26
2) Man On 41-27
3) X Men 40-28
4) Kindel Lanes 2 39-29
5) Remedials 36-32
S6) 3 Aces & A Deuce 35-33
7) Ricoh 35-33
8) Ouzts Again 32-36
9) The Posse 26-42
10) The Wolf Pack 14-54
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High Game: Jay Roberts 300
High Series: Jay Roberts 743
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MERE SOFTBALL


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MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN

Maggie Rabon prepares to make a catch at third during an
Angels 9- and 10-year-old softball game between Sneads
and the Optimist Friday at the MERE.


Fishing Report


Lake Seminole
Bass fishing is reported as fair. Early
morning topwater fishing has been
productive. Buzzbaits and Lunker Lures
have been paying off in wood structure
near the banks. Spinnerbaits also are
producing.
Also, fish brushy areas with Texas and
Carolina-rig worms with a slow presenta-
tion. For deeper fish, run crankbaits over
humps and sandbars.
Catfish are slow, especially on the
Flint River side. Small numbers of
good-size cats have been taken up the
Chattahoochee.
Crappie fishing is slow. Catches have
been sporadic of late.
Hybrids on the main lake are slow,
though a few catches are reported from a
few areas .on the Flint River arm. Hybrid
fishing remains good below the dam.
Bream have been improving of late.
Shellcrackers are getting active in the
Flint River and Spring Creek, where some
bedding activity has been reported.

Lake Eufaula
Bass are good. Topwater fishing near
main-lake points has been productive.
Work the baits slowly. In the middle of
the day try spinnerbaits at depths of 10
feet or less. Crankbaits can also pay divi-
dends and jig-and-pigcombos worked
slowly and deliberately is one more
worthwhile pattern to try right now.
Crappies are fair overall, with some fish
still up the creeks in shallow water. Live
minnows and brightly colored jigs can
take some pretty good catches. Continue
to check the bridges and culverts for
schools of crappies, but don't be


surprised to find that the action in these
spots has slowed considerably. Live
minnows fished beneath a bobber is the
preferred method.
Hybrids are fair, but anglers must look
for them. Surface action is scarce, but
bucktails and Rat-L-Traps may tempt a
few fish early and late in the day. There
is some fair hybrid action.near creek
mouths below the dam.
Catfishing is fair and bream are slow at
present.

Lake Andrews/
Chattahoochee River
Bass fishing can be quite good on
the river right now. Fishing pressure is
almost at a standstill. Go early in the
morning and fish the main river near
the banks with topwater baits. Specific
topwater lures mentioned this week
are buzz baits and the old Devil's Horse
plugs. Up the creeks, try crankbaits and
6-inch worms in dark color patterns.
Catfishermen are doing fairly well
in the tailwaters and along bluff walls.
Some smaller cats have been found at
various times near sandbars above the
Georgia Highway 62 bridge near Colum-
bia. Shad, cut bait and liveworms are the
preferred catfish baits.
Bream fishing is fair to good up and
down the river. Fish on the bottom with
worms for shellcrackers up the creeks
anddrift along steep bluff walls with
crickets for some pretty good bluegill
and redbreast action.
Generation schedules, pool levels, and other such infor-
mation for area waterways may be obtained by calling
toll-free 1-888-771-4601. Follow the recorded instruc-
tions ahd access the touch-tone for the Apalachicola
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Camera Olympus 600UZ. $149, 850-482-7665
Commode/alum adjustable $75.850-526-1001
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Dolls Porcelain w/stand. $9ea, 850-482-7665
Freon Cylinder $150. 850-272-2875.
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cated in rural N. W. Fl. ALA approved
MLS/MLIS Degree and 2 yearsprofessional
public library experience; current driver's li-
cense; U S citizenship and ability to pass a
background screening.
Ideal candidate will also have experience
with an administrative board, public library
relations; budgeting, technical library serv-
ice platforms, webpage development, & com-
mitment to excellence in rural public library
services. Salary range is $50,000 to
$55,000;full time at-will employment.
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2BR 2 BA MH'S in Alford, $380 mo. $380. dep.
850-579-8882/850-209-1664/850-573-1851
2BR/2BA Mobile Home $450 + deposit,
appliances, washer & dryer, water/garbage
& sewer included 850482-4455
2BR/2BA Mobile Home near Marianna, CH&A,
Clean, secluded, No Smoking or Pets and
references required. $500 Month + Dep.
Call 850-482-8333
2BR/2BA Newly remodeled in quiet area.
Very clean. Water, sewage, garbage and yard
care provided. No smokers, no pets.
$500 + deposit. Call 850-718-8158.
a 3/2 Dbl. Wd. Mobile Home (by itself)
on quiet lot in Sneads. 850-209-8595

Mobile Homes for Rent 2/1 Located between
Grand Ridge & Sneads.
Includes water, garbage & pest mint.
$360. Mo 4 850-573-0308 4-
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Foreclosure Homes For Sale
2161 Katie Avenue. Grand Ridge 3BR/2BA
double wide mobile home with land. $49,000.
555 Satsuma Road. Chattahoochee.
3BR/1BA 1665SF home. $49,000.
Credit Union Owned. Call 850-663-2404

17 Acres: If it's peace and quiet you're
looking for, you've found it.
Getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city,
only 8 miles from Chattahoochee.
This 4BR/2BA doublewide mobile home is
almost 2,200 SF and has a split floor-plan with
fireplace. 17 ACRES, 2 Ponds, Carport. Wildlife.
Contact Michael 850-533-6011.
Feel free to drive by and take a look!
NO OWNER FINANCING

8 yr. old 2600 sq.ft. 4/3 brick home on 1 acre.
dbl garage, sep. dbl carport & workshop, deck
Beautiful home in Blountstown, near HS
$199,900. nice landscaping 850-674-1433
FSBO: 3BR/2BA Brick Home. Well maintained
and updated, fireplace with gas logs, new paint
and carpet, hardwood floors, nice yard 1 acre
with fruit trees. $129,900. Call 850-482-3233 or
850-209-0459 please leave message.

1979 14x68 Riverchase 2/2, fireplace, nicely
furnished, upgraded master bath, porch &
deck included S12,500.850-718-6541
MUST BE MOVED 4
1995 Fleetwood 16x80 3/2 CH&A all electric, all
appl. good cond. $18,000 OBO 850-579-2728 or
850-348-9925 4 has axle & tires

M RECREATION
ATVS, GO RTS GOLFCART
Golf Car: 2006 Club Car "Precedent"
One owner, gas powered, full weather
enclosure, club/ball washer, club rain
protector, cooler, floor mat, tinted windshield.
$2,900. Phone 334-464-3383

2008 Tahoe 215 Xi Deck Boat, 21.5 ft., Seats 12,
260 HP, 5.0 L. Mer Cruiser, Color HBird,
GPS/FF/Many Extras, Dual Trailer with Brakes,
Excellent Cond. Low Hours, $17,500 334-687-
9311
25 ft. Party Barge Pontoon 2011 Suntracker
Regency edition only 75 hrs. 150hp Mercury
Opti Max engine, with 2 axle trailer & lots of
extras, ready for the water, take over
payoff $41,000. Call 334-763-9124
Bass Boat 2011 G3 Eagle 19 ft. Yamaha 115 hp.
4 stroke, 46 hrs. 2 lowrance HDS8 depth find-
ers, 24 volt Minnkota trolling motor, hydraulic
steering, tilt steering wheel, build in battery
charger, deluxe trailer, snap on cover, garage
kept. $18,000. 334-671-3864.
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1995 30 ft. Travel Trailer, fixed up to live in
good condition, cold AC $4200. OBO
334-702-0001 or 386-965-6964 In Dothan
1999 26ft Jayco Eagle 5th wheel camper.
Sleeps 6, one living room slide, queen size hide
a bed sofa, master queen size bed, 16' awning.
$6,900. 334-673-0533
32ft. Travel Trailer 2007 Conquest great cond.
sleeps 4-5, slide out living room $10,000.
Motor Home 2002 38ft. Fleetwood Discovery
2-slide outs 35K mi. 330 hp Cummings engine,
mint cond. garage kept, awnings out with TV
outside to view & washer & dryer
$59,500. 334-805-7679.
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-- odge 2001 Ram 1500 SLT,
~4x4, tilt, cruise, electric
doors & windows, sliding
rear window, bedliner,
very cold air, $5,995 OBO. Call 334-237-2634

SChevrolet 2000 Impala,
j loaded, new tires, 66,000
miles, 3.4 liter V-6, like
new! $4995. Call 334-790-
7959.


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At DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE?
GO? BAD CREDIT?
Pass Repo pass bankruptcy
slow credit ok i 'i
$0 Down/lst Payment, t
Tax, Tag & Title ingpeople realizeheir dream
12 months OR 12,000 mile warranty of oig e esate
RIDE TODAY! FREE $25. gas giveaway
Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 -

Ford 1999 Mustang GT: 35th anniversary Ann )ones,
edition Pony Pkg with Flomaster, automatic, -
Mach sound system, ruby red, leather interior, Owner/Broker, "
ice cold AC, recent tune-up, well maintained REALTOR ...
with many new parts, 9tyrs adult owned, good or
tires, new battery, 168k miles. $5,200. 850-209U 9077
Email @ mustang99ad@yahoo.com
;.*y < '- Honda 1991 CRX:
u i B e$1.H200OBOC spe; 4438 LAFAYETTE'STREET, MARIANNA, FL
"_ .--'' .Phorne 334 435 .92 850-482-0045
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Lincoln 1999 Town Car, Cpjn,.rciAIildeiing '
,. L c 1 9 w rr l ldSignature, loaded, leath- o.e o.un.... Co.. r t. 11. ."
.c~-the County Court H .... ...
: -_ ~ er, sunroof, new tires, one block from Lal,....
106,000 miles, very clean. ".'. I **1.. ..
$4500. Call 334-790-7959. wiring updated .... ,
past 10 years. 3 On ,-.. ..'
Nissan 1997 Altima 4 door 168,000 miles. Reception Areas 3,,,,',' "-
Great work car $1,000OBO. Call 334 803 5906 room. One side of ',..*.j
available foI working and has a
Nissan 2012 Altima, Like new, under warranty, rollupdoarfordeliveres.TWOExistingSignsalreadyinplace.2parcels-Vacantlotand
No Credit Refused! $200 down, $269 per month. Commercial Building. MLS246871 $135,000 Possible Lease Purchase.
Call Ron Ellis 714-0028. ,Mixid IjU I Horno, a. .


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Toyota 2007 Prius, .s....r
S.1 J AW white, fully r. ..-,, ,. ,. ...... .- '-.. :,-:.
loaded, excellent tor. ..... .. I ..
condition, 70K
miles, $12,500.. .. s ..
850-499-7560 ',,5. .... ,.., .. I........ -
85 -4 975 0 who would like to live Ir n a
hissonc home or would like to have a home and business. MLS 247757 ONLY $ 140,000
PRIME COMMERCIAL
VW 2011 Jetta, All Applications Accepted. Low HIGHWAY 90
miles, great fuel mileage, still under factory FBOfJTAGE... .. ...
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warranty. $300/down, $300/month. Call Steve ..,r,. Ioil .. t n ,..-.
334-791-8243. Hwy Frontage cr I hr.
on Highway 90. r.,
beautiful p beautiful d ,.
pecan tree on ff,- :.- ,
as well as Electrh ,,
2005 Honda Goldwing Well: Back of property is
bordered by Ralroad. Property is located between existing businesses
S00 Calaf. Trike. and ready for you to bring your business. MLS 247962 $250,000
Yellov w.. lots of chrome.
6 disk CD changer. Stereo. Resin .
Headsets for front & rear. ,,,.,......
Cruise e control. Reverse ,, ,,,, ,,
gear. Lots more extras. '' .,1' e. t.
56, 000 mi les in perfect condition. $25,000. Call pa oe,, .. t ......
334-406-1520 or edhughes2005@hotmail.com
Harley Davidson 2005 Dyna Low Rider, ridden, economical for heating and
$7000. DR Field and Brush trimer, exc. cond. cooling. H ardwood floors throughout. This home has character that gives it charm






Incude hemet& sallaluminum load ramp. hasa ,^^^spraesoe! 29 ageludy
$800. 334-791-0701. Priced at $214,000o come see what a beautiful place it is! MLS 248150


Honda 2006 250 Rebel 13K miles, 70-80 miles Residential ..-. --
per gal. nice hwy. cruiser with classic leather Executive Home 4. ,,


saddle bags, windshield, never used full face Acres Subdivision, ,.l.r... s,
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helmet $2450. OBO 850-557-1629, has a beautiful t... ,
Kawasaki 2006 Vulcan 500 LTD 2040 miles, red yard with a deck .,a p....r.
in color, garage kept, $2800.80-773-4939 quieteighborho...r
Yamaha 2002 TTR125: Great condition! plan home: So many beautiful
$25 things with tie beautiful home. This beautiful home has 4 Bedrooms and 3 baths.
Include helmet & small aluminum load ramp. Master Bath with whirlpool bath and separate shower 289K Large laundry
Located in Dothan, AL. $800.0B0 Contact 863- craft room forall you projects. Large Garge with lots of storage MI 247640
221-7680 or coletoncallender@gmail.com.
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Ford 1993 Ranger: 5 speed, step-side, cold air, :".' ,,.,,.., .....
runs good, black, good condition. $2,100. OBO .i'"'-'". ."" r r-"'. t,'
Call 334-798-1768 or 334-691-7111 .,A,, t,.. -,..0
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Ford 2004 F-150 Lariat, ALL CREDIT ACCEPTED, .. ',
loaded, 78k miles, leather, pwr window, door
locks, tuneau cover, tow pkg., new tires. 14 900
$250/down, $300/month. Call Steve 334-791- Residential--.i .
8243. gTives this older ..1........ .
Graceville its c[ ,,' ,
King Tiller 6ft. Brown MFG. Disc 61/2 ft. well maintained
has a large ya -.
$2500. 334-796-6361 (LIKE NEW) very convenient, r...
College and ;,, ,,,,-.,
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b home is ready S... I ,
call it home. The roof was
For sale by Owner completely replaced this year! Bedrooms are large withplenty of space,
2006 Pontiac Montana SV6, Call today to set an appointment to see this beautiful and affordable
88mies,7assenger home. MLS 247421 $89,900 payments less than rent!)
88K miles, 7 passenger
sliding power door, rail Residential --k. '
guards, back-up assist, r., i,.t r,,,,. ,, .. lZ;I -l
front/rear CD/MP3; DVD w/remote, fabric w/4 I..,t. ,1 -.. ..,...:r,
captain seats. Maintained w/most service re-
cords. 60-75 uno tread on tires remain. Carpet uni i.. t.....
mats incl. Other extra's. Asking price suggest-
ed by www.kbb.com. $7,500 334-790-6618. ,...A ,...
C36, `will I b Isold" o "tethroughout the home. Relax
9:0 on your 1 2X24 Deck there's is nothing to do but MOVE IN this home! You
have to see this to know how beautiful it is inside MLS 248049 $85,000
1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF Buill in 2011 Rr.. So
YOUR TOWING NEEDS! F
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AUTO BODY & RECYCLING ,,,.
PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS in the attic. Perfect size some
Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 and lot for easy maintenance and care. Located close to shopping and dining, in
a community with great schools, Chipola College and excellent Medical Care. Easy
access to recreational sites including the Florida Caverns State Park, Chipola River,
r ....ln. ...lnnno 0Im ii 11 n, ermitBlue Springs Recreat'on and Spdng Creek. $110,000 MLS247026
We'll be your Junkerd ..... A..........
We buy wrecked cars i
and Farm Equip. ata .F n...... i "
.... ,A ;"; fair and honest price! : .,.,,i.. ..............
* $3_2_5& tC _0mplete 5ars_ .i ,"".. ... s .. 5... .,
; CALL 334-702-4323 OR 334"714"6285 Cera..c Shwe and..Ceramic
L, .uu u I mmEE -E tiled garden tub. Fireplace in large living area. BatflKthnwt oso
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: -- "refacing place to come home.
*1 1 Short Sale is approved! ROOF Must be replaced. Seller is Very Motivated.
Listed'for $59,000. Make an Offerl MOST BE CASH SALE. MIS 0247773
LF160109 Notice Of Sale
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Self I.ArD an cibleb
Stage Facility Act, Section 83.801 83.809 the "..-.. ... : r.ss.s....... nt.., .
personal property consisiting of personal items i-s,'"': .......5 ""
&misc., items of Melenna A. Ritz unit F19, Kim- .. ......
berly McNeal unit C51, Amanda M. Dalafave ,,..., ...,
unit C58, and Randal Hardbower unit C30, -..-...... 5 s..... -
Nicole Dumas unit C38 and Carolyn Wester unit Is.... ...*...s
C36, will be sold or otherwise disposed of at .,, ... 5.-., ....5. Sr... r.
9:00 A.M. on Saturday May 18, 2013 to satisfy Paramore Lantftng $40,000,
NEW LISTING 1 Acre Lotin Compass Lake offof 2rt1 in AIford$,000
liens for past due rent, costs, and fees.
Dispostion will take place at Pack Rat Storage
of Marianna, 4667 Hwy 90, Marianna, FL 32446."


SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES
4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891 4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446
Each Office Is Independently Owned and Opeated (850) 526-2891
SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER E.ach Office Is Independently Owned and Operated

Ouida Morris SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER
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REALTOR Ellen Marsh, CRS
Broker/Owner 850.209.1090 cell
" 850-209-4705 Ellen @EducatedRealEstate:

MARIANNA
ffIS ~ l home9 w 37V0 al ' DRASTICALLY REDUCEDIII
,..1 home with 3 yOwner sy hss pg n offe!
LEst,:,oms, large kitchen/ Comploti ely renple t o rg homre hoe
biSd lrgekithet oust ouside of town, but convenitet
,rlu i fi tnjarea, den, carport ,on school end shopping This home
fet v leuoes sltinless stee french door
,- ,,I tilirge back yard. refrigerator, stainless steel quiet
MLS 247898 $79,900. dtshw-RIN h,--.. steel oven
and .....s......... oven. High
ffic eancy 14 SEER ainrondtroning system with high on fficienry heat pomp. Termine areic
MARIANNA insulation n 30| c thbortn hug guard. .,ngrorond uttltites Item power pole to home. Electical
.7 7 located in t upgrades. Huge storage room. Inside Oversized bedrooms and huge masor suitB.







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Vri- numerous custom oon'tletthis aono get away. MLS #247597 15006 (R 274 $99,900
ut,,d,,ed features including PRICE REDUCED.
trnn gloss windows. Recently constructed
.l.s....:T, is move-in reudy. cotteen style omr e.
MIS 24897 $11,000.Conveniently located to
MLS248229 $115,000.h everything. Oerner lot.
Perfect for the investor.
I 10MARIANNA Ronch Home is currently
-ww7-71yestalom hrick roofed so o source of income is readily available.
hti e mcioy0 tthot t shaded lot BRING ALL OFFERS! MLS #247669 *- 984 2nd Ave.
II i l i ent t allPR i RICEREDCED on this uslo buil,
sit trin-isft buyvl o for the A m dourn.,Ptl botlB tvsh b eaty thati
ce tee a it sle slce o Iothei nonesins
l it J lt r ltlyi' 5 tool inb Ndobh. l ondo. T he stairese
SMIS 248263 $62, 000. S5 ,m eeokho- an ovd raiored staleon.
The spindles wee made hew weine
[11 Z 191:4; 11010 1 q ALTHA [ike eew home io cesks tenker hew MtceisePub
in Pensevole Newel posts are ml
I he roufry appears i voIha all d- l ut sis T r selwgedken rn1800swni sthe
I ,',- T- ,11, cle bueteii the heck deris wwpiteiidneNewOlens Thee dlers upstairs
.fca' t>.. 5 5S I. s t nd the kentl door r solid ken,,, sh tBOO et l 6,, dee hndles and door plnei Them e
w* u ., u, 'I r i, ....... .i f tosets ftliuofs ethcen.trytnaded tole wi dews. Theis nck r ndthefirepla e and nthe
schisney, knerth, font seps, pilings, goarae bo e nd shed pilings sea l i a wereluse built
lss 2,4782 Is ,n,,,0in0e. 7I 1.7sOOsThes em nyemanreoicus leon lare t (75.numeroustoneme,soPleeerea
.7s II I Itth I I I ike noves attachedve l this lsingtn. The properpy'i isideskd w vh ok, pine, deogwoed, inge, k6%
and poplari s. Themrse ei l a iege unusel beech ewee. A sleepheod spring n n the ewer srde
MS 247971 $58999 lhoh Ieds nto McCormickL ake opening; e ol, woa Ilre,6 .Thems l e o $ ife, sta m
$wik the aenel el en old still. The 70B. drop okemn od elsake eIes hillsides wemlniscewn
M N neehe rn terANrin a- ndiaders hes a true naucre-lens peareds MLS #241490 0 $249,900
MAu R.l .. i ,-.1cati rn faturestf Debbie Roney Smith,
Ih-ls 11 11 i,,,, hobby room, Realtor
I11 I-,lin floundpo0ol, 850-209-8039
leesH f,0, yard ond yotd ~debbieroneysmith@

MLS 247970 $129,900. embarqmail.com
Cleared buildiglot lethI le
I : COTTONDALE k,,1 I, eCitstofe Greenwod. A
. . ,fe c0eered frees. Comer
Location. City water weaiable.
FPued Reed. Walking distacee
I I "" ". ..re. '""t Gci cery store, bank, and cily
.'nng .Ad..... . ng II h........ e o, ofI , ,, t .park M t 24823 Prc d to Sell oat
$8,500.00
,^I N 't I f1,,,,GRAND IDGE -Greatl Ioeation In Malone.
MIS 248260 $149,900. Ceweer localtin, Bbets ew/
d o a esto blished pecan & .roit teos.
Home needs to be finished.
* ~MARIANNA -(.st~,Ocwners storiesi ennuveling ie
rI A. o, H:, eI. vey. w E. t200B. Installed new windoesw ,
elecrical wising, ptumbing
a.. . ,, d. an l, puint & insulee
rh ,,h,, 19,, ,, ih, hs In walls MLS 2it272 $36,900B
| |p !B BI i f ~hiii jii i [Om6 hihJ ,JISe in Pole. Period eo vened
MLS24964 s $14,50Beeot deock with beet ifth is
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Bmfi.MiLfi247964 $ 10450.1 Boa doHJ ^^^^^^* -^ c k:c wit bnc~ oat lubiftisi
Ipear plan. Screened porch with
qE CAMP`BELLT ON vew oi lake. Wood burning FP
0AM ELLinTN se R. Detached RVn gorge
i.t,,,, n 1 lh, h.,,,T,- .-,finq MLS 248259 - $249,900
Iri'm ii ill 1-61"1|fi ,R Well inred fuor and i oneed
'Dnell l.t.... IIIIIII.,,, 1,,l, i I!of e family. 3/2 located on
pved road on 1. 2 aces.
MS247785 ,* $129500,.,,. an cUp.reided where upgrades
,old be nede. Plenty of
storage and plenty of eerras.
MLS 248262 $20,000. A must see. Tealks t w ebout
who can eincnce this dream.
MLS 240005 $75,000
Ed McCoy, Realtor'
Cell-(850) .573-6198
www.emccoyrealty.com i-.i..,.
emccoS02@yahoo.comhomewhite
GRACEVILLE
Amaootng updates done in
MA NLRIANNA this 5 bedroom home while
maintaining the original pine
,,, home with 3floos throughout the home.
,. lire 1ce spacious Nice covered front porch end
'Ii dock and detached screened back porch, large shed,
I"-.e1-l I ed just minutes toot1binnenddoubleogaoe into otloched corpert. MLS 247494o $130,000.
FOUNTAIN Well
MLS 248240* $59,900. mo12toied 3 bedroom home
locoaed on 2.46 acres, fenced and
BLOUNTSTOWN cross fenced, si the contry.'Has
i patpo acro there hontotnd sunpoash
aon batk. lhese i more, tol for
F ilisl stli i -,-. lit Cl, ,, ,.tcompletedelotls. MLS 245904
n 11 ItV.11 11 1".1 IREDUCED -$68,900.
isCssvr MARIANNA This home
MLS 247591 $109,900. has so many fearesut lhere is
not enough room to mention
,lMALONE atl Jus afeBW, 4 bedrooms, hot
I tfubh, Seplo, gIameb, workshop,
q...... ,.rI..,t....,, fount oin above ground pool
b.ir i I, t.........., .wooden bridge fro m hbc of
I I l is .,... ds .. housetobackposture. Youonedtoseelhiis!ML$S247928 *.$135,000.
VACANT LAND
,Varius Locations)
MLS 247820 u $55,000. MIS 247754' 1.79 acres, cleared' $37,500.
MIS 247776 0.44 acres, borders lake $37,500.
C S;M MARIANNA- Great ILS 247136,0.19 acres, cleared-l $22,500.
invpeotent nr u-fnrf hoer MLS 238056,10 acres, wooded' $13,500.
.. its, i....... ,ll . ,, .Pat Furr
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ILS2482 3,00.850.209.8071
MS 247826 $35,000. furr19@insn.com
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MIS 248222 $67,000. .. ocebs, species kstthc w/ebennpef
dinig eren Add5,g te the en oynrent ci this l~enin celathe sc~eened ,s b ewes berh ho e nd
GRANO RIDGE Hady tsIe prsevbelveibadessdsn ground peel Clorse~n oren beL 2o193hr I78,eeb

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HOME HERE GREAT
DOGWOOD EIGHTS!
; \ / 7'' / /- there are several lots to
%.. / -- ; choose fromT- Located on
S00 Donna Drve are 0,100
___ : Acre lots for S17,000
....- EA." C. ECH. Locasted o Paulk
Road is a 345 acre lot
that can be purchase as a whole for $35.,000 or Can he purchased in 31 .05.+/- lots Each
or $15.000. Located close to the High School and in an eseabtllshed neighborhood!
CALL STACY BORGESt (850) 57-1990 for more informaon or copy of survey.
ENTER YOUR DREW HOAE
xecnnre Home a omthngi on4
acres ohn a privacy sentigr
Perie i fel Enterinin alh over
I00 st l Spacious kitchen
r3eelUarst bar &ee EiConhu
touch amnnCook top, The Ir
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2n nitih, wter bi ein book
eblei Crown Moldi gorn the9
it elis rThiOs true bedroom
3b Aoa nme has spl the droom
po, with 2 master bedrooms
The hTasterosue has a unrge throm wh garden tub and French Shting doors Neding to poo areir Anuing

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HOME FOR YOUR LARGE
F MILY?? Well Look No further'
Gra t 4 Bed saroom 2 Bath home
wt etat 1 170r 5 aiUnder
Al T he x 13 ie I rig oomr
has beatlhgI original hardwood
TONS The aIster bedroom Als
h Ust hard l oo lirs, and the
oter 3bedrooms har harfron
aer the caa t. here is a 22 xs
Ia hFml y oomt at can b e suC
Coneedd to another bedroom i
neededaGreg eSpacots 1o80r c ruc, ehanewemi onase ualThiusrhomer n beoffereda s a short sale!
MUS #249281. CALL STXY BORGES (M0) 513,190
~GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO


c1900 Sofce Large Famlya
room with Fireplace, open
kitchen with breakfast n ar!n
Deen oom. Spit Bed room
plan, with large Master
bedroom. The MasterFeBathchasaeie ron lvnd separate Showe. Nie lot on Ashleigh Avenue.


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I~l~i t|[l t~lt[ek; / locatedal n Merrits Mill
-. I..l ( iPond Cozy 2 Bedroom
I bath home with
1080 si overlooking
lake I Large Backyard
with deck perfect for
relaxing[ Kitchen and
baths have had some
ITpCOMES! Living room
and Master bedroom
overlook the ateraFireplaoce in living room! Private r driveay to home! Call today
for your personal showing! MLS #247509. CALL gREen HARRISON 850-482-1700
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ABedrooms 1,5 Bath Brick
house with uest under
30t0 sd ftir Located on
2ocres on Hwy 77 with
workshop! Open floor
plan with breakfast bar
in kitchen. Tile flooring
and Carpeting. Builtin
entertainment center
in thn family room.
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MARIANeAI Nice 3
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MARIANNA This house is
i i ng for you to call
.. .... home! 3BR/1.5BA
1 100 sf. Located
5 acres, Large oak
S .n he yard, relax
.. 1 front porch wih
S..of space for kids
yard! Large open
m,, lnopen
. ,, ,, and I car attached
carport, Tis home is new


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Broker/Owner ^
850-209-3595
Call Us For All Your
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countertops, living room, family room, spacious laundry, nicely painted, clean
attractive, with a big deck Lrg. yard out bidg. and concrete driveway. Seller will


Termite Bond. Make your appointment today TI MLS #248128 $114,900





I allow S U o wardac e. Calydbcing pet sea paes a rr w ire h au e
Cun nata or tm e y'$7I8,080 A
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MB, nice master bath. Encl. patioosunroom. Thin s 4.24 acre property
is landscaped with many fruity fees! 3-stall pole barn with a
storage unit, another storage bldg., and an above ground pool! 35




fan. New stain-master carpet., Kitchen has appominutes from Panama Citment today! MLS # cc2479736A. $70,000


Mardish washer stove and microwave. Concreen ted ar th
Far 3 n'' , ed soe T



drive n paw, moved stinready home. Tray celingty for ii ry o ItaI
dining living area. Nice chandelier & ceiling SF of space. Currently being used as a warehouse
for Habitat for Humanity of Mariann$. Make an



fan. in.-master carpet., Kitchen has ppowith oment today! MLS # CC247736A. $70,0002 SF in the house and 3,25
new refrigerator, custom maple cabinets, q. Ft. der r. Sme repair needed. Large outsis adeal. deck for
dish washer stove and microwave Concrete is great potential wie thicres th It was certain
a golf course (9 hole)







Attractive on paved strwe ll-maintained, brick,'lpertycomes with a
3-' bedroom, 1-2 bath







USD4BR/2BA financihome on one landscaped acre. ih some TLC. Approx. 972 SF in the house and 3,215
SEatSq. Ft under roof. Some repair needed. Large outside deck for







Enclosed porch, storage building, one-car t.,,-" ,t'a. II,, s*r-r*. assr"* st., ss*aas r a ,3 .incear p s ouead balance inpine trees with pastern.
.Carport. Want a horse? Additional 3 acres Bord.............. entertasnig. Their is great s Coutentyh this listing It is certainly
.a must see. Bring all offers. M LS # RD2478 34A. $141,900
















(has possible pond site) could be purchased.------ toay rigal ttr! t# 04B3A 48 8
Must See! Call Ora today. $147,500. J|Mr|| L r...,... n1m..
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L~aial tete and L I J I L p~adrail crossE Irnel forh srs h- i o t m a cs e cu isve sofic supnrsord byath2
views from eac p BR, new carpet, boat dock, deck, 2 wksp., paved driveway,








asecludrrnt 0ed fr om main road. Fisht nt boating, diving, swimming, etc. Beautiful
__ iIc ear spring water fedss Bri at M n llOffers! MLS #248162A List Price: $249,000



Mittractive and well-maintained, brickon o,.u n|atbitng, syst m,,

















|jscreenedSE^*^ ^iHirhs Etrae ochu large, fenced plonty2pod, apx 1.82r pacraies.Pc
4BR/2BA home on one landscaped acre. hoes w you od lstem arnf wlkDh orj
Eat in kitchen and separate dining room H,thal u,-,di l :th3 '
En lo e p r h, str ge b ildi ng one-car lp.E, B ', .,,r .d :w.1rim,.:vrelAp:pr.. )a. e
_nc~se_ ,.or _, ._r o_ .._noin cleai pasture and the balance in pine trees with pasture.
carport. Want a horse? Additional 3 acres+ Borders Wright's Creek in Holmes County.. Make an appointment








today. Bring all offer n a !pp.t Da 3A M$S R24 19 00A $29,0 0

(has possy2l e pond site) bouadch e purchased. r. i.s 40 a I I
aMust See! all 0r today. $147 ,500.ss-/rI "I .... Ls Prc:$3,
ft underi r oof Ro A.ll-up door a xin 2,.3 oinclude 5, ,.r i,..i.o,. ., ..i... ........ ...

M sview oftef poG a s its h ple barn, enc. wsp. wi BR, horse barn with 3 stalls& paddock,
Partially fenced and partially cross-fenced for horses. This 140 acs is mostly surrounded by 892
acres of Waterg n at. propemtyothat is bordered by Holmes Creek and Cypress Springs w/no pa e o c
access! (privacy) 30 min n tP6 ItN Apt., and 10 roie. from 1-10. Property ha s a running femegwith








i cs ro o feabounced tc l n c ef ayo ur owme an d. Make aont anppt. today MILS #248187A List Price: $750 ,000








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MB has Ig. jaczzi tub, secur ity system, built in Vault, built in gen, system
screen d n tiled porch, Gn range, fenced propde r ty, 2 ponds, a hunters paradise.
Rm. for horses, livestock. in-ground irrogation system, steel barn, walking or







riding trails. Make an ate a pt. today. Bring all offers. MLS# RD247922A $299,000p ody


























~ ~ ~ ~ ~ euiu new home!--------L M2L83S List69 Liste Pric000 $__ 7r900
a s20, road to thetbeach. Metal build ing ...Bau, ,roin. 40irn
has approx. 3,100 sq ft. H/C and 7,500 sq
ft under roof. Roll-up door 10x12,3 off ices, .-.-. .... .-..,, ......... ..... ..... ..... : .......
thre ath, 8 oldroo s, a d w rksop/ 3 baths, waiting area, check-in area, executive office w/private bath.






thr t h s, 8old ros a M 1Currently eased on a month-to-Mnth basis. exl. inc advantage or use






nehns room. Fee bk 1 l3oth is or o p bMiss clued a
for your own business! By app. MLS #248189A List Price: $147,500
two paved streets. $375,000. MLS #247989. Eeaulilul building
morl vahoabmein
... .. ... ... .. .. ... .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..pres.tl njuc part
,r-l II hwdil I1"1W 31 ori
r Heights. Extra large wooded lot, appx. 1.82 acres. Pick
A iand choose the way you p outld landscape around your


Most of p ropet in c l rolling 40
proert atup 018+ cr', Pop acres just minutes out of
Marianna!.Was purchased
...:- for a subd division named
Hidden Village Estates.
lot s c s fis i secluded and
Opegorgeous. City water runs
C town Bump nose Road close to the property. This 40 acres can be a
private home site/farm. MLS #248275A List Price: $134,900
2 BR, 2 BA .. ..

mB hhome inha
country setting. The master bedroom hasTT
a walk-in closet. All appliances included. mu e wm c toot tore
display counter, tall sign pole out front, largevwarehouse space o n the
Most of property is chain-link fenced, .7 aC back with roll up doors, partially fenced, d13 on 7 acres with additional
property of up to 140+ acres. Property h~as numerous potential uses. Call
lot is cross fenced with large garden space. and make an appointment today! MLS #: 247339A List PriceLi$595,000
Open shed Je8x]e5, storage bldg. 1m2x8. Front usd 00 a jes
and back rch. Reduced to $29,900. Will n l
consider offers! MLS #247915.i, apartmets/dupex.wooed.wit app
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MLS#243993
541 Gum Creek Rd. Graceville Area
Good Country Living 3BR/f1Full BNA/2 half baths, out buildings,
1731 Heated SF, Built in 1978 in Good Condition 1,73+ Acre.



MLS#245998

2958 Wynn St. Marianna,
Located just up from City Park, 4BR/2BA, 2000 heated SFE Seller
will pay up to $4,000 towards buyers closing cost.



MLS#246589
5152 Presidents Circle Mananna
Indian Springs Subdivision, well maintained 3BR/2BA, built in 1997,
2304 heated SF, beautiful tricolored herringbone laminate wood flooring,
fireplace, Florida room and much more.



MLS#247206
4366 South St. Marianna
2BR/1IBA, 1476 heated SF, CE heat & cool,
hardwood floors, big bedrooms.



MLS#247269
; r M..,,,, jr,i. I.,., .ford
Compass Lake in the Hills, like new 3BR/2BA, 1757 heated SF, built 2005,
porcelain tile throughout, ready for horses with cross fencing, barns, auto
water, plus all the amenities of CLH



MLS#247533
2812 Appalachee Trail Marianna
Located on golf course in Indian Springs Subdivision, 3 or 4BR/2BA,
2602 H&CSF, built in 2005, open tloor plan, Florida room, large
bedrooms, fenced backyard, and much more.



MLM#47946
3258 5th St. Marianna
4 or 5BR/2.5BA, family room w/fireplace, laminate wood flooring, large
kitchen, deck over looking pool plus 36x40 Moron steel building.



MLS#248086
4667 Meadowview Rd Marianna
3B6R/2.5BA,, 2749 H&C SF. New Rinnai on demand hot water heater, bonus
room, pool, gazebo, formal DR&LR, 2 C/E H&C units. Great Location.



MLS#247961
3171 Hwy 73, Maranna
Well built energy efficient, 3BR/4BA, 3579 Heated sqft. Built in 2002,
2 large outbuildings, all on 9,79 acres.





3157 HWY 73 N. Marianna
Located lust outside of town, 2.21 acres fenced & cross fenced, remodeled
throughout, 3BR/1BA, 1710 H&C SF, bonus room,
bobby shop, outbuildings, great deal.





3354 Cavemrns Rd. Marianna
3BR/2BA, 2181 H&C SF., built in 2002, new paint, laminate wood flooring,
fenced back yard, large screen porch, big kitchen, spill floor plan.



AMLS#247881
4462 Lafayette St. Marianna
Located in the Winn Dixie Shopping Center, high traffic, 7920 SF, 1140 H&C SF
with 2 offices, reception & baths, (6) 14' Roll up doors, & building has sprinklers.





Spring Chase Subdivision, 1.02 acres, 100' atedront, deed restrictions
apply, nice bhildin lott





Appalachee Trail, Indian Springs Private wooded lot on cul-de-sac, large
oak trees Overlooks fairway & green.



MLS#247945
Blue Spnnos Hwy, Sylvania Estates Subdiision, all wooded, 5.68 Acre
building lot, private, full ol wildlife, deed restnctions apply.



MLS#248231
fay73 S Tumnkey Farnm'Caffie operation, 80 acres, farm equipment.


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NOW $10,495


10 KIA OPTIMA
4 OOR1
PWR. PKG.. CRUISE,
TILT. 38K MILES
# 13275A
WAS $15.,995
NOW $13,995


12 FORD
FOCUS SE
CERTIFIED, PWR. PKG.,
AUTO TRANS, 28K MI.,
#R3366
WAS $19,995
NOW $15,495


11 CHEVROLET
HHR LT
LTHR, MOONROOF,
SETUP FOR TOWING.
22K MI., #12352B
WAS $19,995
NOW $16,'495


111 HYUNDAI
GENESIS GOUPE
MANUALTRANS,
POWER PKG.,
SPORTY, 32K MILES
WAS $20,995
NOW $18,995


08 FORD F150
SUPERCREW FX2
LEATHER, 5.4 V8.
NICE! 45K MI.
#P3365A
WAS $23,995
NOW $20,495


11 FORDRANGER 09FORD 11 FORD 08FORDF150 10 JEEP WRANGLER 11 INCOLNTTOWNCAR
SUPERCAB XLT EXPEDITION EL FORD ESCAPE SUPERCREW LARIAT SAHARA UNLIMITED SIGNATURE LMT.
MOONROOF, LTHR..
V6, AUTO., PWR. PKG., 70K MILES, NICE, PARK ASSISTANCE, LTHR., 20" WHEELS, 4 DR., 4X4, 37K MI. LOADED. 34K MILES,
#P3405 #12126A CERTIFIED, #r3415 48K Mi. 'P3385 #13246A #P3413
WAS S24,995 WAS $24,995 WAS $26,995 WAS $28,995 WAS $29,995 WAS $28,995
NOW $21,995 NOW $22,995 NOW $23,995 NOW $23,995 NOW $26,995 NOW $2,95
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NAVIGATOR EXPEDITION LMT. EXPLORER LMT. SUPERCREW LARIAT 4X4 EXPLORER XIT SUPERCREW LARIAT 4X4
48K MI.. MOON ROOF, 4X4, LTHR. CHROME LTHR. LOADED, LTHR, 5.0 V8, 35K Ml.. LTHR MOONROOF. LTHR., 20" WHEELS,
NICE. #R3377A WHEELS 44K MI., CERTIFIED' 24K Mi, # 12162A LOADED, 9K MI, 26K MILES,
#13211A #P3361 #13197A #13264A
WAS $31,995 WAS $34,995 WAS $35,995 WAS $35,995 WAS $36,995 WAS $36,995
NOW $26,995 NOW $30,995 NOW $30,495 NOW $31,995 NOW $32,995 NOW $34,995

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