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ARMED FORCES DAY CELEBRATION
STopics ranging from the possibility of school uniforms to
cellphone policies brought a crowd to Thursday's Jackson
;County School Board workshop.
,PHOTOS BY MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Leon Hogan gets in close to take a glamour shot of this T-6Texan trainerSaturday during a fly-in and Armed Forcese s
Day Event at the Marianna Municipal Airport. The plane used to be a Marianna resident itself. In the 1950's it was
based at GrahamAir Base. Dress code remains hot topic
BY ANGIE COOK tion on the measure. One
email@example.com month later, the topic is
Fly-in draws amazing turnout A- ta
*W *** it' d A .standing-room- still a hot'one,'and up for
only crowd filled the a vote.
he tarmac at Jackson County School Of those standing to
the Marianna Board meeting room address the board dur-
Mu al Air- Thursday, for the board's ing the public comments
port was pcked public workshop. Dis- portion of Thursday's
port was packed wthe cussed were several is- Workshop, opposition to
planes and people Sat- sues board members the dress code proposal
urday, during a fly-in will vote on Tuesday, slightly outnumbered
and Armed Forces Day including personnel support. Statements
event. recommendations and like "you can't mandate
proposed changes to pride," "go back to the
While rain earlier in the "Code of Student drawing board," and
the day kept some planes Conduct." "this is a parental deci
that were expected to Last month, a group sion" helped them make
attend away, unexpected., oschioQl administratorse Btheir case., .
aircraftincluding three filled that same room, School -boawr mem-
World War II trainers, when a collection of bers listened intently
just"flew-in" for the policy changes they'd and some reported on
occasion. drafted was presented what they'd been hear-.
Those three planes to the board. Among the ing since the idea's April
oined several other uggested changes is a introduction.
warbirds that were able to People gather aroundthe "Tantalizing Takeoff" an AT trainer from World War II. The stuni "Why
wardbuckhaltwereableoridannew district-wide ni "Why can't we wear
make it to the event. plane is believed to be the oldest one of its type still flying form dress code an jeans?" That was one
Among those planes joined by a wide variety Seth Scofield item board- members question member Stacy
was a bright yellow T-6 of civilian aircraft, checks out the anriticipated would draw Goodson said he'd gotten
Texan that had a connec- including some ex- bomb sight in strong response from again and again during
tion to the airport's perimental types, and a an AT-U 11trainer students, teachers and his conversations with
past. movie star in the form of Saturday at the parents alike. people about the dress
The Marianna Airport a Lockheed 12 that played fly-in. Thistype Board members ad- code. He and others felt
was originally a military the part of Amelia Ear- of plane was vised that input from the limiting "appropriate"
facility. Itwas known as hart's Lockheed Model b1 used to train public be solicited and
Graham Air Base and Electra in the 2009 movie bombardiers heard before taking ac- See BOARD, Page 9A
from 1942 to 1946, and "Amelia." during World
from 1953 to1960 it was The weather didn't War II.
a training center for air keep the crowd away. On the table:
force pilots. During the either. INS w ~
50s the yellow Texan was Charlotte Brunner with See hirer- Sc
one of the planes kept at., Main Street Marianna photos of the sho
the base. described the turnout as Fly-in. 10A 3YANdGIECOOK
The warbirds were "amazing." aco I ian.c r
iQue of. the most-
Jackson .ounty School. .
Late taxes mean higher taxes pp:t-d
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER the county to collect the ad involved in the tax certifi- and so must try to offer the If approved; the new Step eauchamp
firstname.lastname@example.org valorem taxes that are due cate process. lowest rate and hope for cothing- guideline5 of Sneadsaddressesthe
The final edition of Jack- on the propi If the bill isn't paid by the best, rather than being wodben place fo JcksonContyScoo
son County's current delin- erties. In- then, investors and their able to undercut another all students, grades 6- Board, pxpressing the
quent tax roll will appear vestors pay interest charges come offeras was possible in the 12, when school star opposition she and,
in the May 24 edition of someone into play. To settle their live auctions of the past. inthe fall. others have tothe
the Jackson County Flori- else's prop- bills atthis point, property They'll know on May Language in the draft proposed uifor dress
dan, giving the late-payers erty tax bills, owner would have to pay 31 whether they offered policy document pre- code.
one more reminder to get at a certain the interest as well as their the lowest rate to obtamn sented to TCSB mem- *
their property tax bills tak- Brown interest rate. original tax amount. The the tax certificate. They'll bers defines "Standard short or long sleeves,
en care of by May 30. After Po tent i a 1 late payment is handled then paythe delinquent tax District Wide School in the solid color of
that, another process kicks investors have until mid- through the tax collector's on the roperty and their Attire" as follows: whitemay be worn. In-
in that will cost them more night on May 30 to bid office rather than being a interest starts building. A. Khaki colored dividual schools may
than they currently owe. for the certificates. The .direct transaction between The property owner has pants, khaki colored designate up to tvo
, Since May 6, in a manda- investor offering the low- the interest-earning certif- two years to simply reim- capri pants, khaki col- additional solid colors
tory process set outby stat- est interest rate on a given icate holder and the prop- buise the investor who ored shorts, and khaki for acceptable shirts.
ute, the county has been property obtains the cer- erty owner. paid the taxes, at the inter- colored skirts. Pants, C. Chests and mid-
offering the delinquent tificate. Property owners, Unlike in years past, est rate the investor offered caprisshorts,orskirts riffs mustbecovered.
tax certificates to inves- however, can pay their when these tax certificate in the auction. After two must be dress style or Pants, capris, shorts,
tors in an on-line auction taxes by that date in order auctions were conducted years expire with the in- casual dress style. or skidts with elastic
through the office of Jack- to clear their bill and avoid live, the online bidders vestor still not reimbursed, B. Collared, but'toned
son County Tax Collector having their prop- don't know what their golf style shirts with See CODE, Page 9A
Sherry Brown. It's a way for erty any further competitors' offers are, See TAXES, Page 9A
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O Re IDAoN TODAY Concerned American Patriots of Jackson month's topic: Summer Activities. Call 526-2430.
SLocalYoung Artist Art Show 2-5:30 p.m.at County Meeting -6 p.m.at the Ag Center, U iS.90 Disabled American Veterans Meeting 7
Publisher Valeria Roberts the Marianna First United Church,Wesley Center. in Marianna (next to the National Guard Armory). p.m. at the DAV Chapter 22 house, 3083 DAV Lane,
email@example.com Local Artist Krisfi Folds, a stUdent at Chipola College, Featured speaker Diane Kepus, educatiorniauditor, Marianna. Call 482-5143.
will have her art on.display. The public is invited to. researche and contributor to Liberty Watch, will n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 8-9
Cnbtspeak on the subject "The Future of Education" Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 8-9.
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski attend this showing, Melissa Yount of.w aysping Christian Academy will p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
doberski(ijcfloridan.com n Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion speak on "ChristianrValuesiri Education:' Everyone is Church;2901 Caledonia St. inMarianna.
6:30 p.m.at 4349W. Lafayette St. in Marianna invited to attend, no admission charge.
CONTACT US (in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St:). T Lts lho t Cm WEDNESDAY, MAY 22
Telephone: Attendance limited to persons with 'a desire to stop The Capt Luke Loft's Calhoun Guard CampWE
850-526-3614 Adrnk i 2212, Sons of Confederate Veterans Meeting The town of Grand Ridge will be conduct-
FAXi: 850-482-4478 i. 6 p.m.at the Altha Diner in Altha. All who are ing flow testing:that will be performed on all fire
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in interested in.Confderate history are welcome to hydrants.'Call 592-4621.
Mailing Address:- the board room of Campellton-Graceville Hospital attend. a USDA Food Distribution 8 a.m. at Eldercare
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447 5429 College Drive Graceville. Alford Community Organization Meeting 6 Services, 4297 Liddon St. in Marianna. Call 482-
Street Address: p.m. in the Alford Community Center. New members 3220.
4403 Constitution Lane MONDAY, MAY 20 from Alford, surrounding communities invited to "5 Steps to Rapid Employment"Worishop
Marianna, FL32446 D The town of Grand Ridge will be conduct- join. Call 579-4482,638-4900 or 579-5173. 9 a.m. to noon at the Mafianna One Stop Career
Office Hours: ing flow testing that will be performed on all fire )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meetiig 8 9 Center, 4636 U.S. 90, Marianna. Call 718-0326.
Iacey ours. hydrants. The testing is scheduled to take place p.m. in the AA roomn of First United Methodist n Alcoholics Anonymous, Open Meeting Noon
Weekdays, 8 a.m:to 5 p.m. Monday, May 20 through Friday, May 24. Call 592- Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna to p.m. i the AA rodm of First United Methodist
MISSYOUR PAER 4621. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
SVoluntary PreKRegistration for the 2013- TUESDAY MAY 21 Internet/Email Basic Computer Clss Part 2
You shouldreceive your newspaper no later 2014 School Year 8-11 am. at 2979 Daniels o. conduct- Noon to 3p.m. at Goodwill CareerTraining Center,
than 6 amI If Itdoes not arrive, call Circula- St.irinMarianna, and continue after noon atthe ''i,) sThe townof Grand R.in ge will be conduct- 'oon to a pam. at Goodwill Career'Training Center,
than 6an. If it does not arrive, call Circula- kson County Er Chdhoo d Proram Office ng flow testing that will be performed on all fire 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Free class teaches basic uqe
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to r g i hydrantsfall 59 462 of the internet how to send and receive emails and
2950Cheroke e St. in Marianra. Bring child's birth ,-oe em
Fridayand 7am. to ll a m. on Sunday.The certificate, social security card and VPK Certificate Jackson County Growers Association/Marl how o protect your computerCall 526-0139
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) or Eligibility. Child must be 4 years old on or before anna City Farmer's Market -Ja.m. to noon at ) Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees Regular
is published Tuesday through Friday and September 1. Call 482-1266. Madison St. Park in Marianna. Purchase fresh fruits Monthly Finance Committee and BoardMeet-
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid "5 Steps to Rapid Employment" Workshop and vegetables grown by local farmers. : ngs- 5 p.m. in the Hudnall Building Conmmunity
'at Marianna, FL. 9 a.m. to noon at the Marianna One Stop Career Chipola Regional Arts Association Meeting Room. Call 718-2629.
Center, 4636 U.S. 90, Marianna. Call 718-0326. 11:30 a.m. at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna. The
Sarkinson's Support Group Meeting -Noon program will feature teachers who received CRAA THURSDAY, MAY 23
IT Parkinson's Support Group Meeting -Noon mini-grants to help teach music, art and theatre to 6 The town of Grand.Ridge will be conduct-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES in the Education Classroom on the ground floor of school children in theChipla district. Call 718-2257 The town of GrandRidge will be conduct-
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 Jackson Hospital. Lunch will be provided courtesy of or email email@example.com. hydrants. Call 592-4621.
for three months; $62.05 for six months; Jackson Hospital. Those diagnosed with Parkinson's n OptimistClub of Jackson County,Meeting a Jackson County Growers Associatioh/Mari-
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include and their caregivers are invited to attend. This Noon at Jirf's Buffet & Grill in Marianna.
applicable state and local taxes. Mail month's topic is "Emotional Health"' No cost to Orientation-- Noon to 3p.m. at Goodwill Career Madison St. Park in Marianna. Pu rchase r7 a.m. to nfruits
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail participate. Call 718-2661. .- Training Center, 4742 U.S.-90, Marianna. Ldarn about and vegetables grown by local farmers.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; ) Senior Fellowship Association Monthly and register for free services. Call 526-0139. Chlpola Civic Club's Memorial Day Weekend
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Meeting Noon at the Marianna First United n Sewing Cirile 1p.m. at Jackson County Kick off Picnic Noon at Madison St.' Park in
year: Methodist Church Youth'Center located on.Clinton Senior Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Marianna. Men and women who served in the U.S.:
St. Bring a vegetable, salad, dessert or drink for Call 482-5028.;: Armed Forces and their families will be honored and
ADVERTISING the potluck lunch, fried chicken will be furbished. Employability Workshop, Overcoming Barri- recognized, as well as local Fire and Law Enforce-
h' r Guest speaker will be Jim Dean, Marianna City ersto Employmet -2:30'p.m. at the Marianna ment Departments. Hotdogs will be served. Call
The advertiser agrees that the publisher Manager. Door prizes will be furnished by Lowe's. A One Stop Career Center, 4636 U.S. 90, Marianna. 526-3142.
shall not be liable for damages arising $2 donation is requested to help defray expenses. Call 718-0326- Job Club Noon to 3 p.m. at the Goodwill Career
out of errorsand advertisements beyond Call 482-4120. Panhandle Public Library CooperativeSys- Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90, Marianna. Learn job
the amount paid for the space actually Employabllity Workshop, Identifying Trans- tern Regular Board Meeting -4 p.m. at 2862 seeking/retention skills; get job search assistance.
occupied by that portion of the advertise- ferable Skills 2:30 p.m. at the Marianna One Madison St. in Marianna. Call 526-0139.
ments in whichthe error occurred, whether stod Career Center, 4636 U.S. 90, Marianna. Call n Jackson County School Board Regular Quit Smoking Now Class/Support Group
such error is due to the negligence of the 718-0326 Monthly Board Meeting-- 4p.m. at the Jackson Noon at Jackson Hospital Hudnall Building in the
publisher's employees or otherwise, and County School Board Meeting Room, 2903 Jefferson Community Room. Free toiattend. Curriculum devel-
there shall be not liability for non-inser- ')) iPad Level 1 & 2 Class 2:30-4:30 p.m. at the St. iih Marianna: Thepublic is invited to attend. The oped by ex-smokers for those who wantto become:
tion of any iadvrtisemetf eondthe Jackson CountyPublic Library, Marianna Branch, "agendas areposted to the School District's website, ex-smokers'themselves. Call 482-6500.
amount paid for such advertisement. This 2929 Green St. This course is for novice users who 'w.www.jcsb.org..all 482-1200. ) Employability Wokshop, Mock Interview-
willnot a knowisnl a t o have an iPad and want to learn how to use it or Jackson County Tobacco-Free Partnership Ing'- 2:30 p.m.at the Marianna One Stop Career
newspaper will not knowingly acceptor become more comfortable with it. Bring an iPad, Meeting 4:30 p.m. at St. Luke M.B.C. at 28710 Or- Center, 4636 U.S. 90, Marianna. Call 718-0326.
publish illegal material of any kind.Advertis- including USB dock connector/charger along with angeAvenue in Marianna. The corhmunity is invited a Meet Author Loyd Gilbert Glley -5 p.m. at
ing which expresses preference based on Apple ID and password to class. Class is free; regis- to attend this meeting in efforts of working toward the Jackson County Public Library, Marianna Branch
legally protected personal characteristics is tration if required. Call 482-9631. the mission and vision of a Tobacco-Free Florida. at 2929 Green St. Gilley will share his childhood
not acceptable.' Jackson County Qullter's Guild Meeting Call 526-2412 ext 157. memories of life in east Jackson County during
5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, n Autism Support Group Meetilqg- 6 p.m. in the forties and'fifties. His memoir "Backfields of
HOW TO GETYOUR 3975 U.S. 90 W., Marianna. Business meetings are the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, Mari- My Memory" is an account of life on his parents'
NEWS PUBLISHED fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, anna (Clinton Street entrance). Family members, one mule, forty acre farm near Grand Ridge. Call
lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638., caregivers and service providers welcome. This 482-9631.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish
news of general interest free of charge. The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
Submit your news or Community Calendar email firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marfanna.
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery:
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, PolC o RouRI tlu p
Foanniversary and birth announcements. MARIANNA POLICE JACKSON COUNTY complaint, one civil dispute, Willie O'Quinn 42,3211
Potogarpap t be df q oroaityand DEPARTMENT SHERIFPF'S O three follow-up investigations, Cedar St., Cottondale, failure to
Photog s ust be ogood quality and DEPARTMENT SHERIFFt OFFICE wojuvele complaints, one appear.
suitable for print.The Floridan reserves the The Marianna Police The Jackson County Sheriff's assault, four animal comrn- a Sheneka McCullough, 24,
right to edit all submissions. Department listed the follow- -.. Office and plaints, two assists of motorists 421 SE 13th St. (Apt. 204, Ocala,
GETTING IT RIGHT ing incidents for May 16, the r^ county fire/res- or pedestrians, one assist of an- failure to appear.
Slatest available report: Two .cue reported other agency, one public service Simon Hathaway, 34, 16644
The Jackson County Firidan's policy accidents, one suspicious per- sM Ep the following call, three transports and one NE Tom Kimbrul Lane, Altha,
is to correct mistakes promptly. To son, four verbal disturbances, 'g incidents for threat/harassment complaint, non-child support.
report an error, please call 526-3614 one drug offense, two burglar May 16, the lat- Isaiah Dudley, 50, 645 South
Monday-Friday alarms, one report of est available report: One drunk JACKSON COUNTY Rose Road, Grand Ridge, non-
shooting in the area, 12 traffic pedestrian, one accident, two CORRECTIONAL FACIITY child support.
1, stops, threetrespass com- suspicious vehicles, three suspi- CL UT Joseph Sheffield, 31, 2036
~. l plaints, one animal.complaints, cious incidents, one suspicious The following persons were DeSotaAve., Sneads, non-child
one sex offense, one assist of person, one arrest, one escort, booked into the county jail dur- support.
.. 1 another agency, one property one report of mental illness, ing the latest reporting periods: a Michael Gravel, 41, 1920 N
Sdamage report, one public one structure burglary; one Samuel McNeally, 41,4468 U.S. 221, Perry, violation of state
service call, one welfare check, vehicle burglary, two woodland Pandora Road, fishing without probation.
one open door or window dis- fire calls, one complaint on a license.
covered on patrol, and burning, 21 medical calls, five ) Cornelius Kelly, 56, 1100 Jail Population: 202
^ one threat/harassment burglar alarms, one fire alarm, Brickyard Road, Chipley, viola- To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at
JCFLOEIEI D IA I ..CO MI complaint. 15 traffic stops, one larceny tion of state probation. 526-5000 or a law enforcement agency.
Weeks Turns 8 Births
Haylee Clara Weeks will Maddox Shabeth Aubree Katrine Perry was
turn 8 on Sunday, May dzbti., ibe arfePryva .
tun 8 on Sunday, May Lester was bornm May 8 born May 10 at Jackson
26. She is the daughter of at Jackson Hospital. She Hospital. She weighed 7 -
Melissa and Eric Booth weighed 7 pounds, 10.5 .pounds, 7.5 ounces and
of Marianna and Daniel weighed 7 pounds, 10.5 pounds, 7.5 ounces and
and Loretta Weeks of ounces and was 19 inches was 19.5 inches long at
Sneads. Her grandparents long at birth. Her parents birth. Her parents are
are Theresa and Don are Jessica Blount and Cara and Kevin Perry. Her
Johnson, Carl and Carla Justin Lester. Her grand- grandmother is Teresa
Weeks and PamWeeks. parents are Laura Cullifer Getz of Marianna.
Her great-grandparents of Bascom, Chuck Blount Jimmy and Suzanne
are Luvirn and the late of Chattahoochee, Merlin NeSmith of Greenwood, ....................................................................
Beryl R. Mihlfeld and the and Terri Banahan of Bobby Perkins and Ellen Devin Aaron Davidson
late Shirley and Lloyd wsbr a 0a ak
late Shirley and Lloyd Greenwood andWalter Resch of Sneads, Pat was born May10 at Jack-
Williams. She will cel- Lester of Hoover, AL. Blount of Chattahoochee son Hospital. He weighed
ebrate that weekend with Great-grandparents are and Mary Jo Loveho of 9 pounds, 2 ounces and
a zebra and teal themed ............................................................ ......... was 22 inches long at
pool party with friends Clayton Robert Brock birth. His parents are Vir-
and closest family. was born May 8 at ginia and Aaron Davidson.
Jackson Hospital. He
On the Menu oatmeal and toast. Choice weighed 7 pounds,
May 20-24 of 2: Raisins, fresh 3 ounces and was 19
assorted fruit. inches long at birth.
Breakfast and lunch for n Lunch: Beefy mac His parents are Sadonia
Jackson County schools. and breadstick, chicken Butler and Billy Brock.
patty on a bun, assorted
Monday salads. Choose up to 3 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... Ros Mri...dwa
sides: Steamed broc- .............. ...................................................... Ava Rose Marie Mudd was
a Breakfast: Chicken coli, steamed corn, fresh Katelyn Morgan Caynor born May 11 at Jackson
liscuit, egg biscuit, oat- assorted:fruit, pineapple was born April 17 at Gulf Hospital. She weighed
meal and toast. Choice of
L Chilled peaclthies, tidbits. Coast Medical Center. 7 pounds, 11.5 ounces
assorted 100% juice. She weighed 7pounds and was 21 inches long
aD Lunch:Chicken Thursday and 8 ounces at birth, at birth. Her parents are
nuggets and breadsticks, i Breakfast: Sausage Her parents are Casey Allissa Mudd and Chance
assorted wraps, assorted biscuit, ultimate breakfast and Ezra Caynor. Her Walton. Her grandparents
salads. Choose up to 3 round, banana niuffin grandparents are Steve are KatherineWakeland
sides: Steamed broccoli, loaf. Choice of L Chilled and Charlene Padgett of and Theodore Wakeland
steamed comrn, fresh mixed fruit, chilled pears. North Carolina and Paul parents are Delorse Elks of Cottondale and Rhonda
assorted fruit, chilled a Lunch: Meatball sub and Marthia Caynor of of North Carolina and Harrell and JeffWalton of
mixed fruit. with cheese, mini corn- Ohio. Her great-grand- Carole Caynor of Ohio. Marianna.
dogs, assoited salads. ................................ ..... ................ ..
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Tuesday Choose up to 3 sides: Aaralyn Catalaya Keira Nicoleom May 12 at Jackso
Baked beans, sweet Meeihwsbonpi orn May 12 at Jackson
SBreakfast: Scrambled potato wedges, fresh Meredith was bom April Hospital. She weighed 6
eg areakfassot: ed p w r21 atLakeside Medical posi15. one and
eggs and grits, assorted assorted fruit, chilled Ct i egd pounds, 15.9 ounces and
cereal and buttered toast, peaches. Centerin Belleglade. 6 br ip s ar
buttery grits and toast. She weighed 6 pounds, birth. Hei parents are
Choice of 1: Pineapple 6 ounces and was 19birt
Cho f 1 Pm pleFriay n an a 9A~pril White and Steven
tidbits, fresh fruit. Friday inches long at birth.
)) Lunch: Oven fried )) Breakfasth*. Yogurt and Her mother is Emerald ayhall.
baked chicken with rice, fruit parfait, assorted Mashae Meredith. Her
hamburger on a bun, cereal and buttered toast, grandparents are Tyrone
assorted salads. Choose oatmeal and toast. Choice and Rachel Williams..
up to 3 sides: Collard of 1L Applesauce, assorted Her great-grandmoth- and Barbara Meredith of
greens, mashed sweet 100% juice. ers are CorethaWilliams Marianna.
potatoes, fresh assorted a Lunch: Fish nuggets
fruit, applesauce. with hushpuppies,
pepperoni pizza, ham
and cheese sandwich.
Wednesday Choose up to 3sides: Life reminds us that no one is perfect
p Breakfast: Breakfast Tater tots, tossed side e all were born aren't closely related. completely under control careful how we judge oth-
cerepizza bagel, assorted tosalad, fresh assortchilled pears.fruit, with emo- If while working on a might be the one who ers. We have enough to
cereal and buttered toast, chilled pears. tions. From the project the blurts out something dur- think about in this "crazy"
time we are babies and hammer ing a sudden crisis that world, so let's leave the
i U lthroughout our lifetime finds aper- we would least expect. judging to the only one
we experience a large va- son's hand As stated often in my worthy to do so: God
riety of conscious mental instead of writings, we must be himself.
reactions'to things and the nail
situations that take place they were H Prices a
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Each of us has our would theirl Your Gold at
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to qertain events. Jubila- "Lord help" or a response-
0 tion, anger, happiness, which would be consid-
sadness and excitement ered X rated?
are natural emotions we Sometime many of us
as human beings will forget that we are all hu- J ELVE
experience. Sometimes man beings; and though
when unexpected events some are highly educated Paid on Site
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individual the immediate tual, there are some of
response of that person life's experiences that will
can actually give us a remind those who could
glimpse of their character. possibly feel superior
How would we react that no one is perfect,
if while having a pleas- and tlhat we all can react
ant drive, a discourteous similarly in some situa- TO A AC E S
driver cuts in front of us tions whether those reac-
without a warning, and tions are good or bad. O 0 I
causes us to push down If we pay close atten-
hard on our brakes to tion to thosewe work ,
avoid an accident? We with, socialize with,
would expect a loud curs- attend church with or
ing response from some- deal with regularly in any -
one who is a prolific user capacity, sooner or later
of profanity; but what we will be able to get a
about the person who at- glimpse of what they i
tends church three times "really" are all about by
a week, criticizes those how they react emotion-
struggling spiritually, and ally in various situations. What does this mean for you?
speaks so intelligently. That low-key, smooth-
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Bridge College honors
club city employees
nam es Special to the Floridan unnoticed or unappreci-
ated. We call on them only
Recently, Dr. Thomas A. when something is wrong
Wners Kinchen, president of The or when we have a corn-
Baptist College of Florida, plaint. We simply wanted
Special to the Floridan welcomed what he called, to take the time to thank
"a very special group" of these folks and assure them
The Marianna Dupli- guests to the campus. The that their work is deeply
cate Bridge Club an- group was made up of em- appreciated."
nounces winners for the ployees and commission- City of Graceville em-
game played May 13. ers of the college's homne- ployees and commission-
First Place: Bar- town of Graceville. ers were invited to the BCF
bara Johnson and Janet According to Kinchen, campus where they were
Sayder "The Baptist College of treated to a delicious steak SUBMITTEDPHOTO
)) Second Place: Re- Floida is truly blessed to lunch in the President's Baptist College of Florida President Dr. Thomas A. Kinchen honors city employees.
becca Karch and Richard be a part of the Gracev- dining room. hoped they would realize "While Graceville has is very hard. These folks
Karch ie community. There are Kinchen noted that while that they are truly appre- been characterized as the deserve our thanks and re-
) Third Place: Allene many folks who work very one lunch could never re- ciated for their contribu- city where the living is spect and we wanted them
Baker and Libby Hutto .hard to make this a special pay these special people tion to the college and the easy," said Kinchen, "the to know that at BCF they
tied with Armin Kunkler place and often they go for all that they do, he community. work of making that true get both."
and Lois Stanwaity
Fifth Place: Libby S I
Spence and AnnRahal FLOW TESTS State jobless rate decreases
) Sixth Place: Kurt Op-
fermann and Douglas
Parker P I-TT i PR i The Associated Press rate which is a drop of thousands, of jobs with it.
) Seventh Place: Betty A. NA.AJ T' J L J V /0.3 percent from the pre- Amazons arrival in the
Joyce Hand and Kitty heto of TAMPA Florida Gov. vious month is the low- state, however, would
Myers own Rick Scott who has est it has been since Sep- have meant that Florid-
The Marianna Bridge Grand Ridge made his handling of the tember 2008. There are ians would have to pay
Club is sanctioned by reminds all state's economy the main now an estimated 680,000 sales tax on Internet pur-
the American Contract .- .thrust of his re-election Floridians out ofwork. chases made through the
Bridge League. The game residents and busi- campaign got more to Nationwide, employ- company.
is held every Monday at 1 nesses that flow boast about on Friday. ers added 165,000 jobs in
p.m. at St. Luke's Episco- tests on all fire hy- The state's unemploy- April,. and the unemploy-
pal Church, 4362 Lafay- ment rate dropped to 7.2 ment rate fell to a four- Make her DA
ee St. in Marianna.hAny- drant througho ut Make her DAY
ette St.inMarianna. Any- drants throughout percent in April-- put- year low of 7.5 'percent.
one is welcome to come the town will begin ting Florida below the Scott intended to bask
and play or observe. tomorrow and national average for the in the news during his
For more information second straight month. visit to Heat Pipe Tech- Margarita style earrings
arid partners call Libby continue through National statistics showed nology, a company owned A halo of diamonds
Hutto at 526-3162. Friday. For addi- that Florida had the third by Berkshire Hathaway,
tional information largest jump in jobs in the the conglomerate run by f
nation behind Texas and famed investor Warren
M em orial contact J.R. Money- NewYork. Buffett
ham, Town Manag- MARKSKINNER/FLORIDA Scott touted the num- But instead, he was
bers at a stop at a Tampa forced to answer ques-
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system distribution operator, closes a water used it to argue that his to reject a proposed deal
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other moves have helped Amazon. it's Margarita Time
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p a ed CUTE K "This is proof that our day that the governor atson
plan of lower taxes and turned down a deal that z
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a pro-business attitude... construction of at least Downtown Marianna
The Chipola Civic Club is working in our great one Amazon warehouse atsonjeweerscm
of Marianna will host a state," Scott said. in the state and brought 85 .4 0
Memorial Day weekend Thenewunemployment hundreds, potentially 850.4824037
kick-off picnic on Thurs-
day, May 23, at noon at
Madison Street Park.C
The Chipola Civic Club
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recognize the sacrifices
made by men and wom-
en who have served in
the United States Armed
Forces and their fami-
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and recognize local fire Miss Me (24-34)
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The program will in-
clude a time to recognize rynley Kace Lipford competed Mdy 4-5
the honored guests and in the Miss Sunburst State Finals held Southern Marsh
a hot dog picnic lunch.
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For further information
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Furr at 526-3142. Lipford of Marianna.
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Rape in the ranks
T f the military were truly serious about stemming the 1 OL '
plague of sexual assaults in the ranks,.the number
: of incidents would drop dramatically. Instead, rapes
and assaults have increased.
If the officers in charge were deeply committed to
protecting women serving their country, they wouldn't
issue memos that, in effect, tell those women who have '
been violated to shut up and get over it. -
If servicemen who rape their fellow soldiers had any -
reason to fear punishment, they wouldn't do it. But
when women are muzzled, and the few convictions are AMAS A'pand FUdI O- -
overturned, then what's a guy got to worry about?
And if Air Force Lt. Col. Jeffrey Krusinski really be-
lieved that the rules applied to him, he would not have
Arlington County, Va., parking lot. She was a complete
stranger. He is the officer in charge of the Air Force's e A eventually find out nor fair. It's far-fetched, to put it
sexual-assault prevention program. He was arrested.... W/\ what the IRS employees in politely. But this is what happens
President Barack Obama sounded appropriately out- V Cincinnati thoughtthey when an administration runs off
raged at the news of Krusinski's arrest and the Defense were doing when they subjected tea the rails.
Department report. Talk is cheap. He needs to push his party groups to special scrutiny. We Don't get me wrong. The IRS must
military leaders to act. Women in the Senate already are already know that they did accom- be above reproach. People 'must
taking the lead. plish one thing, unintentionally. trust that government actions are
Sen. Claire McCaskill has put the brakes on the nomi- They breathed new life into the tea nonpartisan. Employees reviewing
nation of Lt. Gen. Susan Helms for vice commander party movement. M arshaMercer applications for tax-exempt status
of the Air Force Space Command: Sen. McCaskill first That irony will haunt Democrats __should never single out groups
wants a clear explanation as to why Lt. Gen. Helms last and President Barack Obama in with partisan-sounding names for
year overturned a jury conviction in a sexual-assault the 2014 elections. It's an old, but needs to clarify just how much intense review, delaying processing.
case. Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand, Patty Murray and Kelly good, lesson for anyone involved political activity is allowed. .It was "inappropriate," the Treasury
Ayotte propose a special victim's counsel. in government: Avoid even the After last November's elections, -Department Inspector General said.
Gillibrand also proposes removing the investiga- appearance of a partisan fishing many analysts wrote off the tea par- And it was tone deaf. The office
tion and prosecution of a sexual assault case from the expedition, especially if you're in -ty movement. Several tea party-en- that conducted the reviews "did not
victim's chain of command, which clearly has led to an the federal agency most Americans dorsed Senate candidates washed coinsider the public perception of.
insular and secretive process that too often gives trans- fear and hate most. bout, and Michele Bachmiann, the using politically sensitive criteria
gressors a pass. That authority would rest instead with As of now, it seems that a few tea party darling and victor in the when identifying these cases," the
impartial military prosecutors. In addition, Gillibrand's overworked, misguided IRS em- Iowa Republican presidential cau- inspector general said in his report.
bill would eliminate the ability of a senior officer to toss ployees in Cincinnati, whose job it cuses, barely won re-election to her The IRS did not deny even one
out a jury's guilty verdict, was to make sure groups applying. House seat in Minnesota. request for tax-exempt status from
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, however, is balking for tax-exempt status met certain Then news broke that the IRS these groups. Still, the IRS story
at what could be a major step forward in giving victims' legal criteria, used a shorthand had targeted the groups for special was one of three that together were
justice and punishing the guilty. Sexual assault is as guide to check groups. This was attention. damning for President Barack
much a crime in the military as it is in civilian society.' a Be On the Look Out, or BOLO, Bachmann, chairwoman of the Obama, who promised transpar-
Hagel must set the tone for zero tolerance and swift system to give special scrutiny to House Tea Party Caucus, was back ency and honesty.
consequences. Discipline and integrity must rule. groups that had tea party, patriot or in front of a microphone. She set Besides the IRS targeting, the
9/12 in their names. up a news conference outside the State Department and other'agen-
na ntatWrong, wrong, wrong. The IRS Capitol Thursday that turned into cies offered confusing explana-
Contact .Y ur representatives needs to be scrupulously nonpar- a tea party rally. She even espoused tions about what happened in the
tisan. Still, imagine that fewer than the crackpot notion that health care attack last year on the mission in
Florida Legislature 200 overworked employees faced could be denied under the pres- Benghazi, Libya, that killed four
ta R more than 70,000 requests for non- ident's new health care program American diplomats. Plus, the
State Rep.Martl Coley, R-Distrct 5 profit status a year. They might because of people'sbeliefs. Justice Department secretly seized
District Office: want to find a quick way to assess "Could there potentially be politi- two months of telephone records of
Administration Building, Room 186 who was eligible. cal implications regarding health reporters and editors of the Associ-
Chipola College Still, going after conservatives care -access to health care, denial ated Press.
3094 Indian Circle wasn't the solution. Even worse, of health care -- will that happen At his news-conference Thurs-
Marianna, FL 32446-1701 the IRS' boss said to stop using the based upon a person's political day, Obama said he "did not know
coley 850-718-0047 criteria but the employees appar- '7 beliefs'or their religiously-held anything" about an IRS inspector
www.MyFloridaHouse.gov ently didn't stop, according to the beliefs?" Bachmann asked. general's report on political target-
Treasury Department Inspector She conceded that these ques- ing prior to media reports. The re-
State Sen. Don Gaetz, R-District 1 General report. Groups that may tions would have been considered, porter had asked, though, whether
District Office: have been totally legitimate were "out of bounds a week ago," but anyone at the White House knew
4300 Legendary Drive subjected to ridiculous reporting with the IRS enforcing the penalty about the targeting. We will know
Suite 230 equiremenits. for those who refuse to purchase in- more later.
Destin, FL 32541 Watchdog groups have long surance in 2014, she said, it's "more Michele Bachmann will make
850-897-5747 warned that some groups, conser- than reasonable and more than sure:about that.
Gaetz 866-450-4366 (toll free) vative and liberal, were abusing 'fair" for Americans to ask. Marsha Mercer writes from Washington.
www.FLSenate.gov the tax-exempt privilege. Congress Well, no, it's neither reasonable @Marsha Mercer,013. All rights reserved.
U.S.Rep.SteveSoutherlandiR-2 Senate skips details to ims immigration bill
1229 Longworth House Office Building kip details rush migrati bill
Washington, DC 20515 A re snowboard instructors key they need it.
202-225-5235 /4 to American immigrationpol- Sure enough, in the first session
@Rep_Southerland J. Licy? Well, they're important devoted to considering amend-
Souterand www.Southerland.House.gov enough to be specifically included ments, Graham and Flake joined
in the Senate bipartisan Gang of with a unanimous Democratic
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Ea. Eight immigration reform bill. __ __ __ __ majority to defeat several Repub-
716 Hart Senate Office Building How did that happen? The origi- lican-sponsored border security
Washington, DC 20510 nal 844-page Gang of Eight bill, re- proposals.
202-224-5274 leased in mid-April, granted a break ByronYork When it's finished, the bill, with
@SenBillNelson to certain foreigners who come to _____ whatever amendments Demo-
e www.BillNelson.Senate.gov the United States to work but do not crats on the Judiciary Committee
Nelson wish to settle here. The Gang gave the hourly wages of immigrant approve, will go to the full Senate,
il U,.S Sen. Marco Rublo, R-Fia. one of those breaks to anyone who farm workers to the second decimal where Majority Leader Harry Reid,
317 Hart Senate Office Building is "a ski instructor seeking to enter place." D-Nev., has vowed to keep the rush
Washington, DC 20510 the United States temporarily to It's true. Among other things, on. Again, Democrats enjoy another
202-224-3041 perform instructing services." the bill sets pay scales for "Animal big numerical advantage, with 55
@MarcoRubio That was in mid-April. A couple Breeders; Graders and Sorters; members.Add to that the four Re-
S www.Rubio.Senate.gov of weeks later, the Gang released an Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, publicans on the Gang of Eight, and
Rubio 867-page substitute bill filled with Nursery, and Greenhouse; and you've got 59 in a body in which
changes large andsmall. Among Farmworkers, Farm, Ranch and 6,0 votes are required to overcome
those changes was new language Aquacultural Animals." The Gang a filibuster. Getting that 60th vote
f ItflCiII ~ adding snowboarders to the ski- dictates, for example, that graders from Republicans still panicked by
VW1I- L t l instructor clause,. and sorters will be paid $9.84 an last November's election results will
In the revised bill, the break goes hour in 2016, equipment operators likely be no problem for the pro-im-
L to anyone who is "a ski instructor, $11.58 in 2015, and nursery and migration forces.
who has been certified as a level I, greenhouse workers $9.64 in 2016. 'Unless things change. One key
II, or III ski and snowboard instruc- Despite the bill's far-reaching indicator of immigration reform's
tor by the Professional Ski Instruc- scope and extraordinary level of prospects in the full Sefiate will
J t 1 tors of America or the American detail, Democrats are trying to be positions taken by Democratic
Association of Snowbpard Instruc- move it through the Senate with un- senators Mark Pryor, Mary
tors, or received an equivalent usual speed. This week marks a new Landrieu and Jon Tester who
Scertification in the alien's country stage of that effort. On May 9, the voted against reform in 2007. Back
S r--"-_ of origin, and is seeking to enter Senate Judiciary Committee began then, they were voting against a
the United States temporarily to considering amendments to the bill Republican president, GeorgeW.
; -- t perform instructing services." work that chairman Sen. Patrick Bush, who favored reformn. Now,
So now the American Association Leahy, D-Vt., has promised will be they would be crossing a president
Sof Snowboard Instructors has been finished, with a final committee of their own party.
A-_. recognized in historic legislation vote, by the end of this month. After In addition, there are other
that could bring profound changes a few initial sessions, Leahy said Democrats up for re-election next
--- / to the United States. recently, the committee will meet year in states won by Mitt Romney
The bill has been public for less "every day and evening" to make in 2012. Together, what they decide
than a month, and the substitute the deadline., to do could shape the final bill.
version for an even shorter period Democrats outnumber Repub- But the bottom line is that in the
of time. Only now are analysts licans 10 to eight on the Judiciary Senate, Democrats have an advan-
beginning to go through all of its Committee, which means Demo- tage that will be hard to beat. That
L-'' f details, and only now are those crats can by themselves shoot down makes what happens in the Re-
8 details surfacing in the public any unwanted amendments. In publican-controlled House, which
-r i conversation. addition, two of the committee's still has not come up with a plan,
5ttR- tL For example, in another over- eight Repulblicans, Lindsey Graham crucial to the future of immigration
0 looked portion of the bill, as conser- and Jeff HFlake, are members of the in America.
S 2013 Jeff Stahir/Dist Univeral UClick for PUFS vative writer Yuval Levin points out, Gang of Eight, giving pro-reform Byron York is chief political correspondent for
S 2013 Jeff Stabler/Dst. by Universal Uick for UF the Gang of Eight "definl/8es3/8 forces even more strength, should The Washington Examiner.
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BRUNER PLACES AT FFA Couple thankful for the
conununity support after fire
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
Mandy and Paul Fowl-
er lived happily in their
Compass Lake in the Hills
home for three years. "It
was an older house, and
it was like having a cot-
tage in the woods. No-
body was nearby and it
felt like we were on vaca-
tion in the mountains all
the time. The view was
gorgeous," Mrs. Fowler MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
said. But fire destroyed A firefighter works to extinguish the remains of Paul and
their dream house four Mandy Fowler's home in Compass Lake Wednesday.
days ago. They're stay-
ing with family members her a bag of chocolate. I couldn't' answer all the
while they sort out insur- Another brought her a phone calls that were
SUBMITTEDPHOTO ance matters and decide soda. "It meant so much coming in from them (on
whether to rebuild on the to me; they were trying Wednesday). Everybody
arianna FFA member Jeb Bruner recently competed in the site. "We've had maybe 10 to make me feel better, has been calling and tell-
li/I] FFA State Safe Tractor Operations Contest at Ridge Voca- minutes to sit down and and it definitely worked," ing us that they're there
L Ltional-Technical Center in Haines City. FFA members had talk since this happened," Fowler said of her stu- to help us with anything
Fowler said late Thursday dents' many efforts. we need. "I'm just over-
to complete a written exam, oral exam and drive through an obstacle afternoon. "We haven't Fowler said support is whelmed with how much
course. Bruner was recognized as the seventh best tractor operator made many decisions just one thing she and her generosity has been ,
in the state. Pictured (from left) are Garrett William, Jeb Bruner and .yet." husband don't have to poured out on us."
u deWhile they've got a lot worry about as they con- Neither she nor her
Kaulde6r Kressman. to think about and many template their future in husband a volunteer.
details to manage going the wake of their home's firefighter for his subdivi-
forward, Mrs. Fowler said destruction. They find it sion and apaid firefighter
CHIPO A AIDS UNITED AY that, because they're sur- everywhere. in Bay County were
S rounded. by people who "Our parents are local, home at the time of the
love and support them, for both of'us. Mine live fire. Its cause has not yet
the burdens of those tasks in Cottondale; his are in been determined and it
are much lighter than Compass Lake," she said. remains under routine
they might be otherwise. "They're here for us. Our investigation.
A ,math teacher at Cot- neighbors are wonder-
'tondale High School, Mrs. Tul. I was not exposed to
Fowler went to work the the Compass Lake in the
day after the fire, trying to Hills community, before
S? a- keep life on track as much Paul and ,I married, but
as possible. "I know my- aftervard I found out
co _tTl. ae10AELi SmY_- self; if I sit around (after a pretty quickly that they
Thep aep t be crisis), I start feeling de- are loving, caring people. ~-I F .
A; L&.L ---- ag ..pressed. I was ready get
AlI 1 back."
7When she arrived,
her school community
SUBMITTEDPHOTO rallied around. Teach-
C hipola College employees donated $3,976 to United Way of' ers and administra-
Northwest Florida's annual campaign. Pictured (from left) are schools have lent their
d.A Ron Sharpe, United Way; Bryan Craven, Chipola director of support and, particular-
public relations; and Royce Reagan, Chipola Television director. ly touching to Fowler, so I, IN 1
did have her students.
Some of them brought
Pets on Parade her clothes. One brought I
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18A SUNDAY, MAY 19,2013 NATION & WORLD JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com
Official: Broken rail eyed in Conn. train crash
The Associated Press fortunate that even more formance of the trains, the
injuries were not the result condition of the tracks,
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. of this very tragic and un- crew performance and
The commuter train de- 1 si fortunate accident." train signal information,
railment and collision that U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy among other things.
left dozens injured outside said it was "franikly amaz- When the NTSB has con-
New York City was not the ing" people weren't killed cluded the on-site phase
result of foul play, officials onscene. of its inv'estigation, Metro-
said Saturday, but a frac- Both said new Metro- North will begin to remove
tured section of rail is-be- North Railroad cars built the damaged rail cars and
ing studied to determine with higher standards 'may remaining debris. The pro-
if it is connected to the have saved lives. cess requires specialized,
accident. Metro-North said train heavy equipment that
National Transportation -service will remain sus- willbe in place by Sunday,
Safety Board member Earl pended between South officials said. Only after
Weener said Saturday the Norwalk and New Haven the damdged train cars
broken rail is of substan- until further notie, Rail- have been removed can
tial inteiest to irivestiga- road officials said rebuild- Metro-North begin the
tors and a portion of the THEASSOCIATED PRESS ing the two tracks in order work of rebuilding the
track will be sent to a lab Emergency personnel work at the scene where two Metro North commuter trains collided, o restore train service "will damaged tracks and over-
for analysis. Friday, May 17 near Fairfield, Conn. Bill Kaempffer, a spokesman for Bridgeport public safety, take well into next week." head wires.
Weener said it's not clear told The Associated Press approximately 49 people were injured, including four with serious "We want our custom- "It is a significant under-
Weener said it's not clear e be headt a
if the accident caused the injuries. About 250 people were on board the two trains, he said.. ersto know hat while you taking that could take days
fracture or if the rail was New Haven. Most have Richard Blumenthal, who off herself." travel on Metro-North, to complete," MTA said in
broken before the crash. been discharged. visited several patients in The crash damaged the you can remain confident a statement. '
He said he won't speculate Officialsearlierdescribed the hospital. tracks and threatened to that your safety, and the The NTSB has allowed
on the cause of the derail- devastating damage and Blumenthal said a Metro- snarl travelin the North- safety of our- employees, Metro-North to begin re-
ment and emphasized the said it was fortunate no North conductor helped east Corridor. The crash is always the first priority moving some of the track
investigation was in its onewas killed, passengers despite her also caused Amtrak to sus- in everything we do," said 'and wire from the scene.
early stages. "All of the injured peo- own injuries. pend service between New Howard Permut, Presi- Gov. Dannel P. Malloy'
Seventy-two people ple described the really "Her story is really one of York and Boston. dent of MTA Metro-North said commuters should
were sent to the hospi- harrowing experience -of great strength and courage: "The damage is absolute- Railroad. make plans for alternative
tal Friday evening after a having the train jolt to a helping other passengers ly staggering," Blumen- NTSB investigators ar- travel through the area
Metro-North train heading stop, the dust, darkness, off the train in spite of her thal said, describing the rived Saturday and are and urged them to consult
east *from New York City other kinds of factors ownveryseverepain," Blu- shattered interior of cars expected to be on site for the state Department of
derailed and was hit by a that -made it particularly menthal said. "She even- and tons of metal tossed seven to 10 days. They will Transportation website for
train heading west from frightening," said U.S. Sen. tually had to be helped around. "I feel that we are look at the brakes and per- information.
Up to 60 injured after car drives into Virginia parade
The Associated Press witnesses described him people participated in Keith Neumn, a hiker
as an elderly man. the parade. Nunley, said from South Carolina, said
DAMASCUS, Va. Nunley said the man's the driver was a hiker, too he was part of the group
About 50 to 60 people were 1997 Cadillacwas one ofthe someone who had tra- that scrambled around the
injured Saturday when a 'last vehicles in the parade versed the Appalachian car. They pushed the car
driver described by wit- and the driver might have -Trail in the past. backward to free a woman
nesses as an elderly man suffered an -:unspecified What caused the car to trapped underneath and
drove his car into a group medical problem when his drive into the crowd wasn't lifted it off the ground to
of hikers marching in a car accelerated to about25 immediately known. A make sure no one else was
parade in a small Virginia mph and struck the crowd thud could be heard, trapped. Another person
mountain town. on a two-lane bridge along people yelled stop, and at jumped inside to put it in
It happened around 2:10 THEASSOCIATED PRESS the town's mainroad. The some point, the car finally park.
p.m. during the Hikers Pa Emergency personnel respond to one of the people hit by a car, driver was among those stopped. "There's no single he-
rade at the Trail Days festi- (at right)during thebegining of theHikersParade atthe Trail taken to hospitals. Witnesses said the car roes. We're talking about a
val, an annual celebration Days festival in Damascus, Va., Saturday, May18. Witnesses "It is under investiga- had a handicapped park- group effort of everybody
of the Appalachian said the car drove into a crowd at the parade and hurt sev-
oferalpeople, but the nature of their injuries wasn't immediately tion and charges may be ing sticker and it went jumping in," he said.
Damascus, near the Ten- known. placed," Nunley said. more than 100 feet before Mayor Jack McCrady en-
nessee state line about There were ambulances coming to a stop., couraged people to attend
a half-hour drive east of The injuries ranged from were treated at the scene. in the parade ahead of the "He was, hitting hik- the festival on Sunday, its
Bristol. critical to superficial, he At a news conference, hikers and paramedics ers," said Vickie Harmon, final day.
Washington County di- said, Three of.the victims Damascus Police Chief on board immediately re- a witness from Damas- "In 27 years of this, we've
rector of emergency man- were. fown by helicopters Bill Nunley didn't release.- sponded to the crash. cus. "I saw hikers just go neverhad anything of this
agement Pokey Harris to regional hospitals. An- the driver's name or age.: Nuhley cited the "quick everywhere." magnitude, and is it our'
said no fatalities had been other 12 to 15 were taken but said he was participat- action" by police, firefight- Damascus resident job to make sure it doesn't
reported. by ambulance. The rest ing in the parade. Multiple ers, paramedics and hik- Amanda Puckett, who was happen again," he said:
-ers to tend to the victims, watching the parade \with McCrady said a donation
.... .. ... including a Damascus her children, ran to the car, fund was being set up to
volunteer firefighter who where she and others lifted assist the injured, some of
dove into the car to turn the car off those pinned whom don't have medical
off the ignition. The fire- underneath. insurance.
fighter, whose name wasn't "Everybody just threw "We want to make sure
released, suffered minor our hands up on the car they don't suffer any great-
injuries. and -we just lifted the car er loss than they already
Nunley said about 1,000 up," she said. have," he said.
SKorea says NKorea fires
3 short ange issiles
Ss The Associated Press U.S.-Soth Korea;r militry officials there,
Sdrills and U:N.sanctions On Monday, North Ko-
., SEOUL, South Korea imposed over its third rean state media showed
-- f North Korea fired three nuclear test in February. that the country'shard-line
siles into its eastern waters month. This past month, replaced by a little-known
cr alif onSatrday, aa outh Kore- the U.S.oand South Ko-r army general. Outside
m an official said. It routinely rea ended another round analysts said it was part
Slatest launches came dur- nuclear-powered aircraft forts to tighten .his grip on
ing a period of tentative carrier off the east coast. the powerful military after
diplomacy aimed at easing North Korea calls such his father Kim Jong I1 died
tensions. drills preparation to in- in December 2011.
A New Year -A New mite.~ A New You- TheNorthfired twomis- vade the North. The United States and
silesSaturdaymorningand Analysts say the recent Japan are participants in
another in the afternoon, North Korean threats were six-nation nuclear disar-
South Korean Defense partlyan attempt to push mament talks along with
J in Us to Discover Ministry spokesman Kim Washington to agree to dis- North and South Korea,
Min-seok said by phone. armament-for-aid talks. Russia and China. North
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THREE ADULTS, TWO CHILDREN Board tanceordiscountprogram
From Page A for those who qualify for
INJURED IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENT free and reduced-price
11 J U U- N1 1UtU 1U A C I E pants to only those col- lunch, as well as commit-
ored khaki was too rigid ments of help from local
and could put an unfair church and civic groups.
burden on parents who Board member Chris
may now have to buy Johnson wasn't as fond of
multiple sets of clothes the plan.
khakis for school and "I think we're using a
jeans for after school and shotgun approach to fix
weekends. the problem. We're pe-
Goodson said those nalizing everybody for a
who have spoken to him, problem that only a few
want to make sure we have."
slow down ... and make Since the introduction
a right decision' that is of the administrators'
going to be beneficial to policy proposal, and af-
everybody- not just the ter discussions with some
school, but also the par- school personnel and
ents and the community parents, board member
-- so we don't have to go Charlotte Gardner says
back and correct this." her opinion has changed.
To. the point that the "The first night they
cost of a clothing mandate brought it up, Iwould have
may pose an economic given it to them ... but of
hurdle for some parents the schools that I have
MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN in the county, architects gone to, their (School Ad-
Emergency personnelget the occupants of this 2005 Pontiac ready for transport following a two-vehicle accident Thursday of the new code who were visory Council) has voted
night. According to Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Ron Cox, the car's driver, Julie Keene, was transported to Tallahassee at the workshop had a it down."
by helicopter for treatment and passenger David Forbes was transported to Jackson Hospital. Both were still hospitalized response. A JCSB rule adoption
Friday, he said. The second vehicle was a 1995 Chevrolet pickup truck. Its four occupants, Dustin and Emily Schamens and Jennifer See, principal at meeting is set for Tues-
their children, Khloe and Kylan Schamens, were treated at Jackson Hospjtal and released. According to Trooper Cox, the Cottondale High School, day, when members will
wreck occurred when the car attempted to cross Highway 71 to get to Hope School Drive from Rocky Creek Road and was addressed the board from vote on the dress code,
struck by the truck on its driver side. Traffic charges are pending in the case, Cox said. the back of the room, as an alternative to out-of-
the overflow of spectators school suspensions, new
stood behind her in the cell-phone usage rules,
hallway.Two retailers that a bus discipline .plan,
Obituaries would surely benefit from changes to the Student
the new clothing rules are Progression Plan, and
Williams Funeral Home Community Chdrch in and Lillian Behrens, broth- lowinAlford Cemetery. on board to meet the new take action on a number
5283 Brown Street Compass Lake and loved er Delmar Behrens, and Visitation will be held on guidelines, See said. of personnel and budget-
Graceville, Fl. 32440 her church family. In addi- loving husband, Nick. She, Monday,' May 20, 2013 "WalmartandVanityFair ary issues.
850-263-5116 tion to being a wonderful is survived by three daugh- from 5 P.M. to 7 P.M. at have both said they will The meeting, which is
wife and mother, she was ters, Deborah Peck and Marianna Chapel Funeral have ample inventory." open to. the public, starts
S OSeph an avid gardenerand loed husband Steve of Rich- Home. Marianna Chapel See said there's been at4p.m.in the CSB meet-
James Jose arts and crafts. mond, Va., Rebecca Arnold Funeral Home is in charge positive response f tom ing room at 2903 Jefferson
K err In addition to her pa- and husband Dennis of of arrangements. I ro
rents, she is predeceased Greenwood, .and Susan Expressions of sympathy both stores to the idea of St., Marianna.
James J. Kerr of by a sister, Cherry Cagle. Barnes and husband Rick may be submitted online at
Co. ..on ... ssdalSurvivors include;, her of Greenwood; four grand- www.mariananchapelfh.com,
Cottondae FL, passed husband, William Moody children, Brad Calloway, M cal schoolsponsore day
away at home,,. Home oFridap, arianna Chapel
S home on Fridy, of Alford; one 'son, Mark Emma Peok, Justin Barnes, Marianna Chapel (such as homecbming
May 17, 2u13 at mthe a g . Fuelomii0 ek H.mrial
72. age of Gipson and wife Susie of and Carly Barnes; step- Funeralne eeek). Priripals ill have
There will be an open Graceville, Fla.; three grandchildren Melissa Rich e et From Pige lA the authority to approve
house visitation at the resi daughters, Sandy K. Martin and Devon Maresca; and Phone 850-526-5059 waitbands must be worni occasional variations
ence of Mr. Kerr starting and husband Rob of four great grandchildre; at the waist nd do not fro Standard District
at 6:00 P.M., Saturday May Graceville, Rene Reynolds one brother, Gordon T I quire a belt. All pants, School Attire for pArtic
and husband Allen of Behrens and wife, Beverly Charles require a belt. All pants, School Attire for particu-
18, 2013 and will continue a h an shorts, or skirts must be largroups ofstudents. For
until Monday, May 20, Alford, Tara Windhamand of Iowa. will be 2 Toliver, r. worn at the waist. Shorts example, athletic team
A funal Mass be four sisters, Judy Be.als of p.m. Sunday, May 19 2013 and skirts must exend to members or cheerleaders
held on Monday, May 20, The Villages, Fla., 1Iarvilyn at Japies & Sikes Maddox Dr Charles Tolliver, Jr the knee. maywear theisleeveless
21atdonondaMatt Driver of Columbia, South Chapel with Rev. Mike age 77 of Alford passed D. All clothing must tops layered over'anap-
S2013 ane :00A.., 'tChu Carolina, Peggy Sutton of Daniels officiating. Burial away on Thursday, May 16, be hemmed. No holes, proved school shirt.
in Mariaina Fl., with Wil- Shelbyville, Tenn., and will followin Pinecrest Me- 2013 in Covenant Hospice other than button-holes, Members of school clubs
liams Funeral Home di- Connie Duzan of Winches- morial Gardens with James at Bay Medical Center. He
recting ter, Tenn.; eight grandchil- & Sikes Funeral Home moved to Jackson County may be 'in any gar- or students involved
reting.at grandchil- Maddox Chapel directing in 1973 from LaGrange, KY. ments, no drawstrings, in a school sponsored
Mr. Kterr was alovinghus- dren and a brother-in-law, The family will receive He was of the Baptist faith cut-offs, or rolled-up activity may wear school-
friend. He twas an educa- Randy Cagle of Murf friends, at 1 p.m. Sunday, and a member of the Rota- pants legs are allowed on sponsored apparel on
tor, counselor, and mentor reesboro, Tenn. May 19, 2013, one hour pri- ry Club. Dr. Tolliver was a pants, capris, shorts, pr days designated by the
tor, many. He receiveand hismentor The family will receive or -to services at James & graduate of the University skirts. principal.
to red friends Monday, May 20, Sikes Maddox Chapel of Kentucky in Lexington E. No clothing shall be The school board will
doctorate in Sacred Scrp- 2013 from 6 to 8 P.M. at Special thanks to Dr. Joe and the University of modified, rearranged, vote on the proposed
Survivor include his Bown Funeral Home, Gay and staff, Marianna Louisville School of Den- adorned, or added to dress code' during its
wife Christine, daughter Main Street Chapel. Funer- Health & Rehabilitation tistry, where upon gradua- (such as rhinestones, next regularo meeting,
Alana; two sons Patrick al services will be held Center, and Emerald Coast tion, he served as a Captain patches, etc.). 4 p.m. Tuesday in the
and twi Anda a FTuesdayMay,,21, 2013 at Hospice. in the United States A* patches, etc.). .4 p.m. Tuesday in the
Kerr and wife Andrea, Da- 10 A.M at Brown Funeral Exprssions of sympat Force. He was retired from School sponsored JCSB offices on tefferson
vid Sarko; Christine's pa- et Su nd in 2008, where he shirts may be worn with Street, Marianna. The:
rAnts Lou and Joanne Home, Main Street Chapel may. be made online at Sunland in 2008, where phe sh ism wrn of the Stin sopenn the
Paasak four brothers with the Rev Jerry www.jamesadsikesfuneralhomes.com was a detist for any the permission of the meeting is open to the
Blanchett and Rev. years. He was a die hard school principal on spe- public.
Olirer, Malachy, Desmond Flavious Pittman officiat- Marianna Chapel fan of 'the University of
andr anl ter M g. Interment will follow Funeral Home Kentucky Wildcat basket-
spouses and family. in Alford Cemetery in M a a o Sr 446 b T liver was precedgets away with not paying
In lieu of flowers, memo- Alford. The family suggests n, i 26 Dr. Tolliver was preced- a es the taxes.
In lieu of flowers, memo- Phone 850-526-5059 ed in dbath by his wife, Pat-
rial donations can be made those wishing to do so ee i h b e t More and more mves-
to Alana's trust f ound. make contributions to ridia Tolliver, parents Char- From Page 1A tors are looking at the de-
Emerald Coast Hospice, Jerry'Wayne li, Tole, and Mary
James & Sikes 1330 South Blvd., Chipley, an od Sergent Tolliver and his another process kicks in, linquent tax roll as a way
Funeral Home Florida, 32428. Friends and anord mother-in-law Dorothy one that could nean the to see a higher return on
Maddox Chapel family may sign the online Hall. propertyownercould lose their money than they can
4278 Lafayette Street register at Rev. Jerry Wayne Sanford Survivors include, two their property because get from financial institu-
Marianna, Florida 32446 www.brownfh.net. of Cottondale passed away daughters LeAnn Tolliver of their delinquency. Al- tions these days, accord-
850.482.2332 on Friday, May 17, 2013 at of Panama City and Glenna though that is a fairly rare ing to Brown.
n ames & Sikes Jackson Hospital. He had Davis and fianc Greg Bar- conclusion to the matter, For instance, they mighte
m e t Fun eral Home live d in ackson County ber ofAlford; two brothers, it does happen, Brown get 10 or 12 percent return
tipyndrick4278 Lafayette Street Pastor of Cords of Love As- Sandy of Alford and Denver said. "Ninety percent of by paying someoe else's
Cindrick Marianna, Florida 32446 sembly of God Church. He Tolliver of Fargo, ND; sis- the people are not going tax bill, as opposed to the
Melvin 850.482.2332 wis retired from Florida ters, Pduline Touchman to let that happen, but it low interest rates then
Department of Transporta- and Mattie Bond both of does occur," she'said. can get on savings. Even
Funeral services be 3 Nyla lean tion and pastored numerS Dayton, OH; grandsons After two years with a three or four percent in-
Fm.,une ayl ey w, be 33 11 ous churches in Northwest Todd Davis and fianc6 Kali the bill still unpaid by terest rate on delinquent
p.m., Sunday, May 19, 2013 eele Florida. Rev. Sanford loved Hix and step son Mason of the property owner and taxes beats the bank rates,
at Christian Center Church. his Lord, his family and Marianna and Andrew Da- at any point up to seven she pointed out.
Burial will follow in Nyla Jean Peeler, 82, of friends. He enjoyed spend- vis of Tallahassee and his years from the issuance of The only risk is that the
Pinecrest Memorial Gar- Greenwood passed away ing time gardening, wood- beloved Boston terrier the tax certificate, the tax original property owner
dens. The family will re- on Thursday, May 16, 2013, working and caring for his f rBugsy. f certificate holder can ap- never pays the taxes and
ceive friends one hour pri- at Marianna Health & Re- animals. Funeral service for Dre ctithen holder s the taxbe an
or to services at the church. habilitation Center after a He was preceded in Tolliver will' be held on ply to have the deed to the the investor is forced to
Brown Hal ome long battle with Parkin- death by his parents, Wil- Sunday, May 19, 2013 at property put on the auc- apply for the deed sale;
Furon neral e son's disease. liam and Bessie Mae San- 1:00 P.M. from the grave- tion block. If that hap- the costs associated with
1068 Main Street Nyla was born in Steger, ford and 10 brothers and side at Pinecrest Memorial pens, alive public auction that process could prove
Chipley, Florida 32428 Illinois, on January 12, sisters. Gardens. Rev. Gary Wheel- of the property itself is to be more expensive than
Phone: 1-850-638-4010 1931, and graduated from, Survivors include his de- er will officiate. scheduled. The sale takes it's worth if the investor
Crescent City High School. voted wife of fifty year, Ju- Contributions may be place in the lobby or on didn't carefully figure in
Diana K. She married the love of her dy V. Sanford of Cotton- made to Covenant Hos- the outside steps of the that possibility when put-
life, Nicholas Bowles Peel- dale; daughter Pam San- pice, 4215 Kelson Ave. Ma- Jackson County Court- ting in his proposed inter-
Mo -o er, on May 30, 1951, and ford of Cottondale; son, rianna, FL 32446 in memo- house. The tax certificate nest rate when bidding for
Sthey built a life in south Dale Sanford and wife Lisa ry ofDr. Tolliver.
Diana K. Moody, age 67 Florida with their first of Lynn Haven, FL, two Marianna Chapel Funer- holder and anyone else the tax certificate years
of Alford, passed away Fri- child, Deborah. They then brothers, Lloyd Jordan of al Home is in charge of ar- can bid to purchase the earlier.
day, May 17, 2013 at her moved to Jackson County Gulf Breeze, FL and John rangements. property at that point.
home surrounded by her in 1971, where they devel- Sanford and wife, Faye of Expressions of sympathy The buyer of the property Follow us on
loving family. oped what was known as Crestview, FL; grandsons may be submitted online at then settles the tax bill Twitter
Diana was born April 13, the Green Thumb Farm Derek Sanford of Maianna www.mariananchapelfh.com and the investor gets his
1946 in Winchester, Ten- Store & Nursery on High- and DanielSanford of Lynn money back in process of
nessee to the late John M. way 71 in Greenwood. Nyla Haven. that sale.
and June (Hall) Zimmer- retired from McKee Engi- Funeral services for Rev. But if, after seven years,
man. She had been a resi- neering after more than 20 Sanford will be held on Bu if, aftes yer th
dent of Alford for the past years of service as a pur- Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at FlOrISts no o aies or th e p
27 years, coming from Ten- chasing agent and resided 2:00 P.M. at Marianna deed to kick off that pro-
nessee and was co-owner in Greenwood after retire- Chapel Funeral Home with cess, the tax certificate
of Moody Pest Control in ment. Bro. Tommy Moore and Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. expires. That means the twitter.com/
Alford. Diana was a mem- She is preceded in death Bro. Bobby Thompson offi- 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna investor loses his money Jofloridannews
ber of the Country Gospel by her parents, Bernhard ciating. Interment will fol- 850-372-4456 and the property owner
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this week, with Graceville and BY DUSTIN KENT ing to do hard work and do what it takes
Marianna both playing jambo- email@example.com to win," he said. "From what I've seen so
rees, and Sneads playing an far, we halve athletes trying day in and
intra-squad game. New Graceville Tigers football coach day out to improve. If they can keep that
Graceville will face Holmes Ty Wise came to the school in late Jantu- mentality through the summer and into 1
County in Bonifay on Thursday ary on the heels of a state title run as an the fall, then we'll have success."
night at 6:30 p.m. offensive coordinator for the Northview The coach said he wanted to challenge
Marianna will go to Rickards Chiefs and inherited a GHS program the team from day one. to become more
High School to face FAMU for a coming off its first district champion- disciplined, more physical, and tougher
half starting at 5:30 p.m. before ship since 2006. by the end of the spring, and Wise said
taking on Rickards for a half Wise ahd his new players will be look- that the players have responded thus far
starting at 6:45 p.m. ing to continue to find success in 2013, with a tenacious attitude in practice.
FAMUand Rickards illcap off the and through a little over two weeks of "I think we're doing a good job of hus-
night against each other at 8 p.m. spring practice, the coach said he be- tling to and from drills. The players are
Sneads will host an intra-squad lieves the Tigers are on the right track to not satisfied and they're. not allowing
gaie Friday at 6:30 p.m. do just that. themselves to accept mediocrity," he FLORIDAN PHOTO
'. "Things have been going well. A lot of Graceville Head Coach Ty Wise gets the Tigers organized at
Chil.du1DS Swim S guys have really shown that they're will- See TIGERS, Page 2B a recent'practice.
Chipola College will offer chil-
drn's swimming lessons for ages Baseball
:-4andupasscheduled on the Be
following dates: Session 1: June CO .LLEGE SOFTBRL
3-13 with a registration deadline *i l
of May 30; Session 2: June 17-27
uE ndof the line Lbptimist
with a deadline of June 13.
Classes are available at 10 a.m.
or 7 p~m. Sessions include eight
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Monday through Thursday for
BY SlIELIA MADER
Jdhriso iofferthree~ camFloridan Correspondent
o10s1, a hitting camp June of The regular season of baseball
arid a skills canp June 17-18. at Optimist Park came to a close
lTescamps a re for ges 718 wThursday night with Optimist
a llcost $10, though awand ihandling the young Kiwanis
rS qu ecial rate for all threp a squad a 15-0 loss.
c s5Cole Nobles got the starting
Sbsmectf c nod on the mound for Optimist,
alhh tnOoe Lgoing the distance and allowing
r0 1ormation ne just two hits and two walks with
CE itlinoa r aseven strikeouts to pick up the
rHun18 c t shutout victory.
SaCoach Jeff Y Hank Sims took the loss for
Johnson will offer three camps: the Kiwanis and was relieved by
A Pitctinrg Camp n for ges 7-18 TLandon Garcia.
aw ail et eJute 10 7-1. goet as Offensively, the Optimist had
$0. A HittngCapfor ageCs 7a great night at the plate, with
7-18 w~l~l meet June 12'13 Cost Brady Donaldson going 3-for-3
I ts.$100. A Skills Camp f ages hand coming a home run shy of
7-18wil meet June 718.ost FLORIDAN PHOTO hitting for thecycle.
llr Mya Anderson knocks in a tie breaking run for Chipola during agame against Gulf Coast. Ben Wiggins was on his heels
Sthee camps is $250. All with a 2-for-2 night at the plate
basebai llcpampsmeet f^io irno9.. *dyt with two runs, while Zane Monk
ton or information, contact Ind ans lose two straght in y was also 2-for-2 with two runs
CpAassistanCoa ch Chris sevensp scored. o t k uth
t 7184 BYDUSTINKENT The Lady Inians came winners' bracket. Ethan Tylor and Gabe New-
Sdkent@jcfloridan.com into the tournament on a But the fortunes turned for some also scored tvro runs on
anal Swim Tam hot streak having won all five the Lady Indians on Friday, the night.
n The Chipola Lady Indi- games at the state tourna- with Salt Lake Community Trey Davis had a basesloaded
,eaiona SwinTeam f ans had their postseason ment by a combined margim College winning in a rout doublethat scored all three.
71adls ee4ia Pteice run come to an end Friday of 47 to 14. 12-0 to put Chipola into the Kiwanis threatened in the
boysaodis l as p 8 t i thanks to back-to-back loss- Chipola carried over that losers' bracket in need of two first inning, but an awesome
ehe .|es, the last of which came to momentum to the start ofthe more wins to stay alive and defensive play thwarted the'
MondaythruhTu sdtrough the top-s6eded Butler (Kan.) national tourney, winning make it into Saturday's title itdrive.
August at Chipola College Pool. Grizzlies 4-3 to end Chipola's the first two games convinc- round. Hank Sims doubled to left with
Meets are held on Saturdays Softball National Champion- ingly over Odessa 7-2 and Ethan Taylor picking up the ball
throughout thsummer ship tournament at 2-2. Lke Land 12-3 to stay in the See CHIPOLA, Page 2
Registration, is open. Al we See OPTIMIST, Page 2B
requise isthat theCswimmesowim
one full pool length (25 yards) and
Thsatcion fduere of- REACHING OUT COTTONDALE HITS THE FIELD
p ayable to MST helps cover cost
of life guards and relay events
members wil bea an additional $5
-and $15 for non-membes. Pool T he lf a as ath
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For additional information pleaseugh
hAngie Bunting at 2098 18; Julie
Smith at 557-3292;M nic Bolin at
Croed b ISoftball hn '
ment will offer a coed adult soft-
Teams will consist of five men
Teams maytsign up at t he FLORIDAPHOTO O IS Pg21
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MIKE MELN MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT ing rushers from last sea-
r p e rs son in Jared Padgett (910
yards, 11 touchdowns)
From Page 1B and Jarrett Brogdon (664
said. "They're competing yards, nine TDs), but both
real hard, and you can tell are also getting reps at
there's a competitive spir- quarterback this spring,
it in these guys. They want leaving the door open
to succeed and be good at for other playmakers to
what they're doing. emerge.
"There's competitive- Wise declined to name
ness among the players. sp&cific players who could
They're trying to win in step up and fill the ball-
each and every competi- carrying void, but said he
Sa y b o ai tive drill that we put them had confidence not just
through." in his running backs but
A coaching transition also his offensive line. to
olfers pose for a photo at the recent Mike Melvin Memorial Golf Tournament. Because is often marked by some forge a powerful rush at-
c Melvinwas an avid golfer the event was organized after his death to honor his love of early turbulence with re- tack in the fall.
n.turning players, particu- "I think we have a nun
.dithe game and to raise money for a scholarship fund set up in his memory. larly those returning from ber of guys who can make
a winning team, some- big plays. We don't really
p times taking time to total- have one individual," he
S om e ly buy into a new coach's said. "There are some
thu t aduh message and program., guys who have been re-
he has been very pleased spotsi and the linemen
A number of years Next, Casper explained ing alimit of ringnecks with how his players have have really emerged and
ago, when wa- how he once managed while sculling his boatwith talken to his coaching and shown, their toughness.
a effowling was a to down two flying wood his teeth. Leon swore his applied it in practice. We've, had some skill guys
passion and duck season. ducks with a single shct camp stewwas wholesome "They've been very re- that have shown the abil-
the axis of my existence, from a .38 Special revolver and delicious, despite the ceptive to everything I've ity to make plays, and
I actually belonged to a According to him, he held fact that it was green and asked them to do," he we've had? a lot that have
duck hunting club. Noth- a sharpened axe blade in bubbled without being said. "Some of it has been showh that they want to
ing ufppity, mind you. No front of the barrel, thus boiled. According to George, new to them,, but each buy into the team con-
tweed and Cavendish, just splitting the bullet into his Wife always welcomed and every day as coaches, cept, which is what we're
denim and Red Man. Bob ornegay two projectiles as it left the him home with open armits, we'veseen improvement. trying to establish here.
At our weekend duck Outdoors Columnist muzzle. Casper admit- cleaned his ducks, and The guys have gotten bet- "That's the whole thing
camps there was an ted to being a bit disap- fed the dogwhileGeorge ted and that's what you for us, that no one per-
established tradition. That minutes. It seems we seri- pointed that fie bullet enjoyed a-toddy. hope for., Each day you son on the whole team is
tradition was, and I sup- ously overestimated his half's trajectory did not The nqw guy bought it' want to see progress and more important than the
pose still is, blatantly lying degree of gullibility. result in a clean head shot, all, even an outlandish improvement. That's cur- other. That's the big mes-
to'all newcomers who join The tale-telling started but merely succeeded in lie insinuating there are rently where We're at, sco sage to me, and it's one of
the group. well enough when old breaking the duck's neck. recipes in whichone can hopefully we'll hcontinue the nain things, we try to
There was an unwritten Cletus told our novice about "Gee!" said the new guy, actually make a hooded to do that through the instill in our athletes."
rule among the old hands the hunting shack's one bro- adoring admiration in his merganser edible. We had summer and fall.' Graceville will finish the
in attendance that a neo- ken window, which got that eyes. "Please, sir, will you him oohing and aahing in While establishing a spring Thursday with an
phyte's proverbial leg must wayaftbrashot-dead mal- show me one day how you astonishment. new system and approach exhibitio n game against
be pulled and pulled often,' lard drake glided 600 yards did that?" TheienAlanks to Clyde, it is the foundation of a new the Holmes County Blue
at least until he eventually across the marsh before Luther followed with all fell apart. coach's first spring prac- Devils in Bonifay, though
figured out that the limb crashing through it. We left a description of his new "Not too far from here tice with a new team, one: Wise said that the prima-
was indeed being tugged the window broken in trib- homemade chemical con- is the place where Ol' challenge every progran ry focus, for the Tigers in
a realization that could ute to Clete's old Labrador, coction, a duck-in-heat lure Bob once shot a limit of faces during the spring practice will continue to
take hours or even days. who that day swam those that reportedly attracted ducks," Clyde matter-of- season is finding new be on simply getting bet-
We older dudes took a lot 600 yards, got the key from drakes of every conceivable factly stated. players who inspire con- ter and improving from
of pride in our long-dura- beneath the mat, unlocked waterfowl species from "Say what? THAT Bob? fidence that they can step within.
tion, opening-weekend and opened the door, and miles around minutes after Yeah, right," came the -up and replace the. teaMl' "We're -focused on us
BS salesmanship. You'd be retrieved that bird, being being sprinkled liberally on newbie's immediate retort. old stars in the fall. and just improving our-
surprised just what sort careful to lock the door one's decoys. "You really think you can The Tigers will have to selves," he said. "We may
of things anadeptliar can behind him as he left. "Golly!" said the new tinkle in my ear and tell fill the void left by 10 se- spend a little time on
make the gullible believe. "Did I mention he also guy, anxious to try such a me it's raining?" niors from last season, Bonifay at some point
As good as we were, wiped his feet before he wonderful elixir. Dadgummit, Clyde. You including leading rusher next week, but right now
however, one particular went in?" Clete concluded. There were many more. know we alsieays save the Rasheed Campbell, who we've just got to improve
season's prevarication "Wow!" said the new guy. Joe Eat claimedhe once really outlandish stuff led Graceville in 2012 with and get better as a team.
marathon was a disap- "Wish Ihad a dog like that. knew a Chesapeake Bayre- for last. Besides, nobody, 1,369 rushing yards. Each unit on the team
pointment. That year's I'll bet those only come triever that walked on water not even the newest of GHS does return its has to improve and that's
new guy caught us red- along once in a lifetime, (he neverlearned to swim). new guys,, can be gullible second and third lead- where our focus is."
handed in just under 45 huh?" Wllie. describeq hip-shoot- enough to buy that one. ...
t i Kiwanis had a second
'of the inning to put the the circle and walked in retired the side irn' order to 1 scoring opportunity in
biipo iae Grizzlies up by four runs. another run two batters end the game and the Lady the second inning with
The Lgdy Indians were later.when Harrison drew Indians' season. FromPagelB runners on second and
From Page lB meanwhile struggling to the free pass to force in Al- Mac' Millspaugh got the and sending it to Wiggins, third 'ith one out, but
It was another tough start generate anyoffense against len to make it 4-3. win for Butler, going 4 1/3 who relayed it to Monk at Nobles fanned the final
for Chipola against Butler, Butler's Mac Millspaugh, But the LadyIndianswere innings and allowing six 'the plate to deprive Tuck- two batters to end the
with the Grizzlies getting a with alead-offsingle in the unable to capitalize on the hits and a 'walk with fo.ur er Brock of the run. 'threat.
runinthefirstinningthanks secondinningbyKatie Har- bases loaded opportunity, strikeoits, with Ham giving
to two Lady Indians errors, rison and a one-out single as Ham struck out Tanksley up a hit and a walk with five
and then three more in by Kristen Allen in the third swinging to strand all three strikeouts in 2 2/3 innings.
the second thanks to three the only two Chipola hits runners and preserve the Voortman got the loss
more Chipola miscues. over the first four innings. lead for Butler. for surrendering four un-
Singles byAshton Atwell But Chipolafinallybroke Chipolathkeatenedagain earned runs on three hits
anrd Kelsey Berlin and an through offensively in the inr the sixth inning, with a and a strikeout in fivein-
error bysecond baseman bottom of the fifth, with passed ball on.a strikeout, nings, with- Karissa Childs ee
Jasmine Tanksley allowed Megan Borak coming up an error, and a bunt base pitching two scoreless in- a LT
Butler to load the bases with a one-out double and hit by Allen loading the nings to close it out, givivig LE STE TENSI
with no outs in the inning. scoring on an error for the baseswith one out. up five hits and a walk.
An RBI infield single first Lady Indians'run. However, Ham once Allen led the LadyIndians after a short retirement.
by Alyson Bressie scored Allen then singled to again halted the rally by offensively with three hits, He worked for Marianna
Atwell, and Berlin came score Alyssa Hathcoat, getting a key strikeout of a run, and an RBI, while
around to score on an er- -with hits by Stephanie Garrels and then induc- Harrison was 1-for-3 witha Toyota for over 25 years.
rant throwto makeit 3-0. Garrels and Hayley Parker ing a pop out by Lindsay walk and an RBI, andBorak ','" '-' He would like to invite past
After *a groundout by loading the bases and forc- Wurm to end the inning, was 1-for-3 with a run. customers & friends
Sydney Stuever,,Alex Mill- ing a pitching change.. The bottom of the sev- The Lady Indians' sea. c ustomers....reods
spaugh came in to score Maggie Ham came on to enth wasn't nearly as dra- son ends with a record of to come see him
after Chipola's third error replace Mc Millspaugh in matic for Grizzlies, as Ham 45-11. .' : for a great deal!
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Annie's Mailbox Horoscopes Entertainment Brief
Dear Annie: My 22-year-old son, "Nick," RSVP with my phone number. Catering TAURUS (April 20-May Pal McCartney ingto thewebsite ofthe
spends most of his time playing video is expensive, and I was hoping the guests 20) Don't come on too kicks off U.tour formerBetles star.rmed
games. He was fired from several jobs last would'call me to tell me whether they are strong with someone ORLANDO Paul the show to a sold out
year because he stopped showing up. We able to attend. So far, only two people who has less money than McCartney is kicking off crowd of 55,000 people
had no idea. have responded. Out of 40. you. You might feel obli- the North American leg in Brazil this month,
We finally kicked him out. It was the A few years ago, I ordered food for 300 gated to pick up the tab of his "Out There" tour performing "Band on
hardest decision of my life. He lived with guests, only to have 70 people show up, for a lavish outing. in Orlando. the Run", "Hey Jude",
various relatives and friends until he resulting in a lot of food being thrown GEMINI (May 21-June The production "Yesterday" and "Let It
started lying to them about work. Nick away. But another time, I ordered for 100 20) -The probabilities requires 31 trucks worth Be."
is now at his father's, who lets him stay people, and we ran out of food because for fulfilling your expec- of equipment, includes He will perform at
rent-free, contributing nothing. 150 came. Please tell your readers not to tations look good. How- lasers, huge pyrotech- Orlando's Amway Cen-
I managed to get Nick to see a psychia- ignore an RSVE It's there for a reason. ever, this might be due nics, and state of the art ter on Sunday night.
trist briefly. I went along to make sure he FRUSTRATED. to the efforts of someone video displays; accord- From wire reports
told the truth, but as soon as the thera- Dear Frustrated: This is an ongoing frus- else.
pist wanted him to continue on his own, tration for many of our readers. Of course CANCER (June 21-July
he canceled the next appointment, say- people should have the decency to re- 22)- Normally, you're ACROSS 43 Run Answer to Previous Puzzle
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I am concerned that Nick will do some- each person and ask whether he or she is aren't likely to intention- Italy 51 Travel TENS E L A E D
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Dear Mom: There are a lot of possibili- ing he call for five minutes every day to up to your expectations. 16 BOxer Wass HAU T E D AMA H S
ties to consider: Might Nick. be drinking reassure Dad that he is OK and to make Don't throw light jabs 20 Feelings Falco ELK SOD L AES
or -using drugs? Is he addicted to video sure that Dad is OK, too. when a knockout punch 21 Sneak a 60Speaker W R E a t4 i i
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Is he depressed? And, of course, there is loved her very much. After my partner VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. alert former pvts. 42 Staggered
the "lazy" factor, in that he has a place to and I were in a bad automobile accident, 22) -You're not likely to 23 Pine ballpark 17Was 44 Europe-
stay, rent-free, and is not required to do we recuperated at Mom's home.When we have trouble assessing 26or"Aeneid 62 B mishaer 19Just divider
anything at all, including grow up. left, she cried and asked whether I would the day's developments. "Beowulf"' scrapes by 46 Sarcastic
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less does not make him suicidal, but it let her know that we are OK. through the nature of load 1 pro quo 25Ms. 49Fox's prey
can feed on itself and make him more I did that and then began to call her at your response. 34MEprlnt 2 Oensh 27 intdre 50 term or
lethargic. And the longer 'he is without night, too, just to say, "I love you, Mom." LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) 35 as 4 Burro rally 51Lenth x
work, the harder it will be to find the next About a year later, I called in the morning, It's best not to listen to family 5 "30 for 30" 281040 org. width
job. Please see whether you can get Nick and there was no answer. She had passed the counsel of someone name 6 "The Iron 3 rien 5 Excamatmon
to see a physician for a checkup. Then away in her sleep. My consolation was unfamiliar with your ofhockey Horse"-, 31 Bulldogs ofdisgust
talk to your ex-husband about your next that the last words I said to her were "I affairs. Even if-the advice 39Air pump AnGehrnog backer 55Festive
step. love you." There is nothing kids can do to sounds good, it'scoming 8 Vibrant uerre nght
make up for the tinies that they avoided from a place ofweakness. 41 Speed gun 9 Smug 36 quare
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TLake Seminole near the bank in the main Chipola Men's
No T ple Crown:fishingisgood. run of the river may take Lpe
Bass fishing is good. some fair largemouth
Topwater action is hot catches. Fish slowly and May 16
O r a P ea n s and heavy early in the deliberately. Also try TEAM STANDINGS
day. Later, try sharlow topwater baits near the
u p setscrankbaits and Carolina- banks early and late in W-L
Srigs along grass lines and the day. Up the creeks, 1) Perfections Detail 45-27
put D. Waynge Lukas in both the subsurface Txap6s -ris sw bor 5) 3 Aces & A Deuce 38-34
the record books again vegetaion and the lare- in the clearest water, fish Remedials 37-3
ady e resent re generating Redbreasts and blue- 9) The Posse 26-4
win in a Triple Crown Bream are acyve and she fo r ee ek Jksand c k-ounth Wolfc 8
race. biting well on worms and ers will bite crickeits ad High Gamel Jason Kin-
Sentucky aerby wnned craickets. Fllent choices forsome of the delspire 300-rigs.
rput D. Wayne Lukas in reboth thoe subsurfdace slow-current areas. High Series: Jason
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fourth. The loss aended C e ar so there is som cree action in Harris 4-9
any chance of a Triple try Lake Eufaula the creeks as well. Live
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drought to 36 years since along the banks, near ers will bite crickets an on
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the th horse to sweep around ood structureion. slow-current areas. High Series: Jason
the Derby, Preakness and in shady loc a tions. In crackers thrownave in fcreased Kindelspire 777
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Preakness to move one be found near creek
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and aThe victory was a long other one on the agerida,'" Oxbow covered the 1time. You the best results. the recorded instructions
time coming for the dean McGaughey said. And 3-16 mles in 1:57.54annd Bream are quiteaccess the touch-active.
of trainers. The last time darn if two days later paid $32.80, $12 and $8.80. ManysmallerfishareApalachicolabe-
hewonaTripleCrownrace he didn't get it ... When Itsmyluckyday, 15thinthe ing taken on crickets and
Lukas the 2000 Belmont wis sixth atelyWayne wasn't going good, Derb returned $7.80 and there are shome repools may
PrCommendable. And be- hone was still tbe first guy $5 and Mylute paid $5.20 of some preekttygod
f ore that, he was a regular out on his pony. The to show. blASSOCIATED PRESS mouths and around deepegills.
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he rasecond leg off six in a row optimistic." eakness takes horse race at Pimlico Race Course pilings. Minnow-Traps and other and worked severajigs
Cfrown.m the 1994 Preak- Orb came into the Preak- Derby finisher who was crankbaitsbly ears at US Mobilefor
Thness through the 1996 long other one on the agenda,"' Oxbowwin- able to covered through. Cathese fish are fair.
time coming for thDerby n ing streak and many Stevens, who came out Brea are quite active.
ofHe also took a runsat thime expected himf two days later paid $32.80, $12 and $8.80r,. Manyhis past customersfishare be-
he won a Triple Crown racein 1999 with didy to set up a 13th Triple the Preakness for 15th in the ird Lake Andrews/ and friends to come
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his lfore that, he was a regulartch ofuthe at Pimico Race Course, ported meshow. Put me on my is very light right now. Hwy. 90 Marinna, FL
in the winner's circle after guy's a credit to racing. Lukas had threople ofwere try- dehe Hybrids may school Kevin is a nativepolaford.com
classic races. At one point, He'sad ahlwead of Goldencets thnine hofirses iguy thocalle Preak- late in the day and fall for of Jackson County
heaboard, was sent off six in at rowand optimiened some day-ness, and saidm going to was his bavet Rat-L-Traps and other
ne15-ss odds and led from light into the a fiverst acrn. He win- able to come through. Catfish are faiisr Homes. He invites all
the startrby. ningSixthin the heldak and many Stevensthroughout, with Oxbow.'ho came out
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Trip3/4 le Crown in 19ute, with streth up a 13th Triple as O rb and mon ess for osthe third Lake Andrews/ andfriendsto come
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to win the Preakness, then brokthe on an overcastside windyth five fiey- said. hWayne, he ip and ththe fishing pressure
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Five.15-1 oddsand led from light intory the first turn. He a colt for you. His name is."
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beat Itsmyluckyday by through most of the back- "Sunny Ji" Fitzsim-
to becomenity," the Hall ofirst female into striking position'n Saturday. .
to win the Preakness, was the outside with five fur- "I shared that record with
third, follo wd by Orb, longs lft, they dropped a very special name,' Lu-
it up and go home. HatsGove- back to. the rail, but Ox- it, I was proud of that. But
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Ficonversation with Lu-it."
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Grounder in 9th lifts Indians
The Associated Press 2 on Saturday.
The Cubs have won
CLEVELAND Mark. five of seven and can win
Reynolds' fielder's choice three straight series for
with the bases loaded in the first time with a vic-
the ninth inning lifting tory on Sunday. Anthony
the Cleveland Indians to a Rizzo had two hits and his
5-4 victory over the Seattle first home run since sign-
Mariners on Saturday. ing a seven-year contract
The Indians, who began on Monday.
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS the day tied with Detroit Chicago was going for
San Antonio Spurs center Boris Diaw (33). blocks a shot atop the AL Central, have its first shutout since a
by Golien State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) in the won 16 of their last 20. victory over Colorado on
second half of Game 6 of a Western Conference semifinal NBA Seattle tied the score at Aug. 26, but Rick Ankiel
basketball playoff series on Thursday. 4-all with two-out, solo broke it up with a two-run
homers by Raul Ibanez homer off Hector Ron-
A e m*nand Justin Smoak off In- don with one out in the
dians closer Chris Perez in THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ninth.
er eatin the top of the ninth. Cleveland Indians' Mark Reynolds, left, tags out Seattle Feldman (4-3) allowed
Jason Kipnis, who won Mariners' Jesus Montero as Montero is caught stealing in the seven hits, struck out six
Friday's game with a third'inning of a baseball game, Saturday and walked one in 6 2-3
W arriors, Spurs three-run homer in the innings. The right-hander
10th, led off the. bottom' the Tampa Bay Rays to a berto Callaspo hit a three- improved to 4-0 with a
look of the ninth withb a single 10-6 victory over the Ori- run homer in Los Angeles' 1.27 ERA in five games
off Oliver Perez (1-1) and oles on Saturday, ending five-run seventh inning, since he lost each of his
look to M em po h is took third on Asdrubal Baltimore's franchise-re- and the Angels beat the first three starts in his first
Cabrera's double. Nick cord streak of 109 straight White Sox 12-9 on Satur- year with the Cubs.
Swisher was intentionally wins when leading after day to end Chicago's four-
The Associated Press and was sidelined in the walked to load the bases.. seven innings.* game winning streak. Reds10, Phillies 0
fourth with ali headache. Reynolds, who drove Joyce also homered and Callaspo also had a pair
OAKLAND, Calif. Tim The Spurs outshot Gold- in three runs, hit a sharp finished 3 for 5 with five of sacrifice flies to give PHILADELPHIA -
Duncan, Tony Parker, en State 45 percent to 39 ground ball off reliever RBIs. him five RBIs on the day. Bronson Arroyo pitched
Manu Ginobili and the'San percent and outrebounded Yoervis Medina that was It was the third straight Mark Trumbo added his five-hit ball over 7 2-3 in-
Antonio Spurs are back in theWarriors 46 to 40 to put gloved by shortstop Bren- road victory for the Rays, 10th homer for Los Ange- nings, JoeyVotto was 4 for
the Western Conference fi- themselves in position to dan Ryan, but his throw all of them come-from- les, whichfinishedwith 17 4 with a homer, and the
nals for the second straight make another champion- home pulled catcher Jesus behind wins. hits. Cincinnati Reds beat the
season with the same style ship run. Montero off the plate. Trailing 6-4, Kelly John- Robert Coello (1-0) re- Philadelphia Phillies 10-0
that has carried them to The fifth-seeded Griz- son hit a one-but oomer corded his first major Saturday.
four NBA titles. zlies eliminated Oklahoma Yankees 7 off Orioles closer Jim league victory, retiring Arroyo. (4-4) struck out
"'Don't call these guys old City in five games. Mem- Blue JayS 2 Johnson (1-4), whose all five batters he faced six and allowed one run-
just yet. phis and San Antonio split Jays club-record streak of and striking out three'af- ner to reach third in win-
After wearing down the' the season series 2-2. NEWYORKa Robinson 35 straight saves ended ter relieving Joe Blanton ning his third straight
younger Golden State War- "It's not going to be pret- Cano hit a pair oftwo-run Tuesday. after another ineffective start against Philadel-
riors in a grueling six-game ty, sorry. It's just not going homers to back a solid ef- Johnson then loaded the performance. phia. He was 1-7 in his
series, the Spurs look as to be," Duncan said. fort by David Phelps; and bases on two walks and a Hector Gimenez had first 10 games against the
spry as ever. And they al-' The Spurs lost to the the New York Yankees hit before Joyce hit a two- four hits and three RBIs Phillies, but has figured
ready know what to expect Thunder in the conference beat the Toronto Blue Jays run double to the right- for the White Sox, who them out over the last two
when theyopen the confer- finals in six games last sea- for the ninth straight time center gap for a 7-6 lead. allowed only 10 runs dur- seasons.
ence finals at home against son after going ahead 2-0 at Yarkee Stadium, 7-2 Ben Zobrist followed with ing their winning streak. Votto had a two-run
Memphis on Sunday. at home. Theyhaven'tbeen Saturday. a two-run double off Dar- Paul Konerko and Alexei shot and walked twice
"It's going to be a rough to the NBA Finals since Phelps (2-2) struck out ren O'Day, who later is- Ramirez had three hits to reach safely six tiries.
one," Duncan said. "If you 2007, when they won their eight while allowing one sued a bases-loaded walk apiece, and Adam Dunn Ryan Hanigan hit a three-
thought this was physical, fourth title with a sweep run in a season-high seven to Luke Scott. drove in two runs. run homer.
it's going to turn up about of LeBron James and the innings, helping NewYork Adam Jones and Chris Kyle Kendrick (4-2) gave
10 notches." Cleveland Cavaliers. beat the Blue Jays for the Davis homered "for the up four runs and eight
San Antonio has shown it "I think everybody on the eighth time in nine games Orioles, who have lost NATIONAL LEAGUE hits with a season-high
can still grind out a series, team, we all want to go one this season. four straight. Cubs 8, Mets 2 four walks in six innings.
Duncan had 19 points more time," Parker said. Cano connected off Alex Torres (1-0) worked Kendrick hadn't allowed
and six rebounds, Kawhi "It's been a long time." Brandon Morrow with two four hitless innings for the CHICAGO Scott Feld- more than two runs in his
Leonard added 16 points The Spurs became the outs in the third after Brett victory man pitched shutout ball previous seven starts.
and 10 rebounds and the first team to win consecu- Gardner drove in the first into the, seventh inning Cincinnati won for the
Spurs held off a furious fi- tive games in the series run of the game with an Angels 12 and drove in two runs seventh time in its last
nal rally to eliminate the and hand the sixth-seeded RBI single, Cano also hit White Sox 9 with a big two-out double, eight games and improved
Warriors with a 94-82 vic- Warriors consecutive loss- one off Morrow (1-3) with helping the Chicago Cubs to 4-1 against the Phillies
tory Thursday night. es in the playoffs and two out in the fifth, a shot ANAHEIM, Calif. Al- beat the NewYork Mets 8- this year.
start to score 10 of his 13 time. ond multihomer game of
points in the fourth quar- The Spurs quieted a the year. He has. 12 such
ter and Tiago Splitter add- standing-room-onlycrowd games for his career.
ed a career-playoff high late in the third quarter Travis Hafner returned
14 points for San Antonio, and seemingly seized con- to the Yankees' lineup
which watched a 13-point trol for good. Instead, the after missing five games
lead in the third quarter Warriors roared back.' because of. right shoul- M A
dissolve to two in the fi- Klay Thompson, who der inflammation and hit
nal minutes. But the Spurs had 10 points on 4-for-12 a two-run homer in the
stayed steady, just the way shooting, made a 3-pointer eighth inning.
they have for nearly two early in the fourth quarter The AL East's top team
decades, and avoided the that sliced San. Antonio's will send ace CC Sabathia RE Al E rTA e
perils of a decisive Game 7 lead to three. Then Curry's to the mound SundayA1mm r
against GoldenlState. pull-up jumper brought with a chance to com-
"They've got great char- the Warriors within 77-75 plete its second sweep of
acter. They're competi- with 4:52 to play. Toronto in the Bronx in
'tive. They know there's Parker was 1 for 13 before three weeks. Th Yankees
not a, million chances to hitting a corner 3-pointer took four straight from
do this sort of thing. They and Leonard followed with April 25-28. The Blue
,wanted it," Spurs coach two free throws to put the Jays counter with NL Cy
Gregg Popovich said of his Spurs up seven. Young Award winner R.A. .
squad. Jack made a jumper and Dickey.
Stephen Curry shot 10 of two free throws to bring the Toronto has 'lost 23 of krm l
25 from the floor to score Warriors back again. Then its last 28 games at Yan- E x acta.tlonS
22 points on a nagging left Leonard hit another shot kee Stadium.
ankle, and Jarrett Jack had from beyond the arc to put K'&JB0TA
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Applications for CASE MANAGER position | 3/2 DbL Wd. Mobile Home (by itsel Travel Trai 8RLS DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE?
will be accepted until position filled. on quiet lot in Sneds.850-209-95 1 slide, tan interior option, GOT BAD CREDIT?
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work, sociology, psychology, nursing or Mobile Homes for Rent 2/1 Located beween unit in 2012, rear leaving feature with 2 swivel slow credit ok
work, sociology, psychology, nursing or rockers & large window, sleeps 4-6, lots of stor- $0. Down/Ist Payment,
related field. Computer skills required. Other Grand Ridge & SneadS. age, excellent cond, $19,500 OBO. 334-693-5454 Tax, Tag & Title
directly related job education or experience Includes water, garbage & pest maint. 2012 Travel Trailer Md# CTS-14FD/ 1 owner- 12 months OR 12,000 mile warranty
basic requirments upon approval of the Area $360. Mo 850-573-0308 4m used 7 nights in local park. Exc. cond. garage RIDE TODAY! FREE $25. gas giveaway
Agency on Aging. Resume required. Level II domestic roof A/C unit. Plus accessories Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550
backg ou ch ck and D rug Test w ill be purchased including Sw ay C ontrol Bars F r 1999 M u eve T : 35th n e
administered prior to hiring. $8,900/334-699925Ford 1999 Mustang GT: 35th anniversary
32ft. Travel Trailer 2007 Conquest great cond. edition Pony Pkg with Flomaster, automatic,
Jackson County Senior Citizens HOS [ SLl sleeps 4-5, slide out living room $10,000. Mach sound system, ruby red, leather interior,
2931 Optimist Drive 5Motor Home 2002 38ft Fleetwood Discovery ice cold AC, recent tune-up, well maintained
5080 Peanut Rd Graceville. 4 bedroom 2 bath 2-slide outs 35K mi. 330 hp Cummings engine, with many new parts, 9 yrs adult owned, good
Marianna, FL, 32448 on over 4 acres nice well maintained home mint cond. garage kept, awnings out with TV tires, new battery, 168k miles. $5,200.
nestled under large oaks. outside to view & washer & dryer Email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
GENOW Lh h PYMENTg $115,000. 850-258-9442 $59,500. 334-805-7679.
SeFord 2011 Focus, loaded, like new! $200 down,
Syr. old 26. sq. 43 b.rickon e on 1 acre. $229 per month, Call Ron Ellis 334-714-0028.
dbM garaed, gtep dbtcar o rmti anama Ck --
SPeBeasonnel h me ar Honda 2010 vic EX, 4 door, sunroof, low
Personnel$199722 a i e f5r o7n1 miles, under warranty. $200 down, $269 per
WAn ..k RO Dodge 2001 Ram 1500 SLT, Lincoln 1999 Town Car,
4x4, tilt, cruise, electric Signature, loaded, leath-
Nowi hng a Expeienced Opportunity to Buy: $3,795,000 The most doors & windows, siding er, sunroof, new tires,
_____Sewing Machine Operators elegant three story, mediterranean style, rear window, bedliner, 106,000 miles, very clean.
gulf front home in Carillon Beach. A 24 hour very cold air, $5,995 OBO Call 334-237-2634 $4500. Call 334790-7959.
Must have HSD/GED, dean background guarded, gated community on Panama City
Beach. This 4BR/5BA home with guest OS SA Nissan 1997 Altima 4 door 168,000 miles.
check and be able to pass a drug screen. cottage, has italian tile on the first floor Great work car $1,000OBO. Call 334 803 5906
SCall 3347948722 and marble floors on the 2nd and 3rd. Chevrolet 2000 Impala,
I For further info: please call Jim McDaniels loaded, new tires, 66,000
and ask for Amy today! o 850-238-0251 MLS #608295 miles, 3.4 liter V-6, like
SEnew! $4995. Call 334-790-
IMME IATE The Town of Greenwood M BL H O S$49 FC a 7959.
has a Public Works/Road 1995 Fleetwood 16x80 3/2 CH&A all electric, all Chewolet 2011 Aveo, 4 door, Super Sharp! $200
OPENINGS Maintenance Worker appl. good cond. $18,000 OBO 850-579-2728 or down, $219 per month, Call Ron Ellis 334-714-
position available. Visit 850-348-9925 has axle & tires 0028. G.M. Properties of PC
.townofreenwood.or for detail. Chevy 1989 Cavalier, 64K original miles, excel- 800-239-2059
o lent condition, well maintain, new.tires, cold Beach 800-239-2059
Apply at your local One Stop Career Center. air, AM/FM/CD/USB, $2,250 813-352-1838 Fully Furnished Condos
EOE/Drug Free Workplace Employer A n o OF R g & Townhouses
d GA f_________near Pier Park.
Golf Car: 2006 Club Car "Precedeit" bdrm Gulf front- starting @ $17250 nt.
One owner, gas powered, full weather Portside Resort starting @ $125.
enclosure, club/ball washer, club rain 2bdrm Lake front- starting @$100 nt.
protector, cooler, floor mat, tinted windshield. 2bdrmios Lake front- starting @ $100 nt.
$2,900. Phone,334-4r-3383 szStudios Lake front- starting @ $70 nt.
$2,900. Phone 334-464-3383 BUwww.gmproperties.com
2008 Tahoe 215 Xi Deck Boat, 21.5 ft., Seats 12, PANAMA CITY BEACH CONDO
260 HP, 5.0 L. Mer Cruiser, Color HBird, r 2/15, Pool, Tennis, Club House
GPS/FF/Many Extras, Dual Trailer with Brakes, Honda 1991 CRX: Fuly Furnished On Front Beach Road
Excellent Cond. Low Hours, $17,500 334-687- Red Hatchback, 5 speed; $125/Night $750/Week, $80 Cleaning Fee
9311 $1,200334-300-6979 or 334-393-3559
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AlgREIy NE RUSo Bass Boat 2011 G3 Eagle 19 ft. Yamaha 115 hp. $2 B43532ww ortRRsotc
You'll also get career training and money for 4 stroke, 46hrs. 2 lowrance HDS8 depth find-
college. If you're ready for the excitement join ers, 24 volt Minnkota trolling motor, hydraulic Eureka p .. .. .|
the Army National Guard today. steering, tilt steering wheel, build in battery
l ~ charger; deluxe trailer, snap on cover, garage
SSG Ambrocio Bias 10 5 kept. $18,000. 334-671-3864.
850-294-7349 64. 17X 5 .hp tae b e r Mar trl i AC
850-294-7349 Bass Tracker 2002 17ft 2" long all welded alum.
NATIONALGUARD.com 1-800-GO-GUARD hall, w/console, special edition Pro team
175XT 40hp tracer byMercury Marine, trolling .
motor, motor guide, 4300 ft. operated, tilt trail-
er, alum. w/ spair tire. $4000. 850-557-4925.
I9I5TRg U0CTIONe & Ta ler fx uoI Florescent lights (7) $20.ea. NEW 850-693-1600.. Mattress full so. $40. 850-693-1600.
Safeneighborhod.$5__/mo _de_. VS ^^ F1995 30%. Travel Trailer&, fixed up to live in I
good condition, cold AC $4200. OBO 82Amp Vox with reverb. $125. 850-482-6022 Office Credenza: Wood $75. 850-557-3410
NEED A TUTOR? 334-702-0001 or 386-965-6964 In Dothan Armoire: Beautiful wood desk armoire with Sleeper Sofa: Queen $250 Call 239-272-8236
Math & Science All Levels 1969 26ft Jayco Eagle 5th wheel camper ishelf for printer. Mustysee. Asking $400 OBO. Surround Sound 300wt. 6 sp. $85. 239-272-8236
1 r Avail. on kype a bed sofa, master queen size bed, 16' awning. 850-209-3008. Tires (2) LT245/75R/16 $20.850-482-6022
$ .Call Ben 727 m63-1 7576 v$6,900. 334-673-0533 Brand new full-size mattress, box spring and Tires
Call.... .... Bc 029 7e frame. Paid $300.00 will take $150. 850-209- Tires (2) P265/70R/15 $25 for both 850-482-6022
2009 K-Z Spree Travel Trailer: Model 260RBS, 3008. Tires (3) P245/70R/17 $30. 850-482-6022
SCO & INST U I Il 26ft., weight 5100 Ibs. This camper is like new Desk Chair rolling leather $50. 850-482-2994 Tires (4) P235/55R /18 $35'for all. 850-482-6022
the stove/oven and the detachable outdoor. Dining Table + 6 Chairs $125. 850-569-1089
grill have never been used. Also has Winegard Trailer enclosed plywood 4x8 $75.482-6022
S dClasses Forming Now auto seeking satellite, mounted on roof ready Eureka Hepa upright Vac $100. 850-482-2994
fr M i Tri-broter Gas Gril 3 burners $75 850573-8155
SElectrical Trades and touse. Price$9,500For more information call: Living Room Suite: Rust color overstuffed sofa, Tri-brer GasGri: 3 burners$75 850573-815
FORTIS E More! L 334-790-4010. loveseat & chair. Sacrifice $499. 850-209-3008 Tux 40R, black $100. 239-272-8236
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$700. mo $350. dep. 850-263-2045 Lv. Mess. Land Cleaving, Inc. .Mmwi PM Low Overhead=Low Prices
4/1Brick house, 4029 Charles Dr. CH/A, No4n- "ALHA, PL Nrff/m 850-263-3813 850-849-1175 SM80 R9PIR S IE
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Toyota 2007 Prius, om with a copy to Jeannie Bean jbean@jackson
White, fully Thahk you for your interest in doing business countyfl.com or faxed to Attention: Larry Alvar-
loaded, excellent with the Jackson County Board of County Cornm- ez at (850) 482-9063. We look forward to work-
condition, 70K missioners. Currently, we are requesting Let- ing with you.
conditionles, $12,500 ters of Interest and Statements of Qualifica-
GA SE, 250 tions frorp registered, qualified consultant Sincerely,
850-499-7560 firms in the State of Florida with experience in Larry Alvarez, County Engineer
Engineering Design Services required in sup- Jackson County Board of County
port of the County's Engineering Department Commissioners f r
Toyota 2012 Corolla GREAT GAS SAVER, 2 to Listed below is some pertinent information re- for
choose from. Still under factory warranty. $300 garding this Request for Qualifications:
down, $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334- g e b
791-8243. FPID Number: 431719-1-38-01
[' R YDue Date: June 20, 2013- 2:00 p.m., at the in the
2005 Honda Gold wing Jackson County Engineering Department
1800 Calif. Trike. 2828 Owens Street, Marianna, FI 32448 O Classifieds
Yellow w/lots of chrome. Please direct any questions regarding these
6 disk CD changer. Stereo. documents toLarry Alvarez at the Jackson
Headsets for front & rear. County Engineering.Department Questions
Cruise control. Reverse may be emailed to email@example.com
gear. Lots more extras.
56,000 miles in perfect condition.$25,000. Call HO FO ,L R ALE
334-406-1520 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kawasakd 2006 Vulcan 500 LTD 2040 miles, red
in color, qarage kept, $2800. 850-773-4939 e
Yamaha 2002 TTR125: Great condition! ro
Includes helmet & small aluminum load ramp. mREAL ir
Located in Dothan, AL. $800 .03BO Contact 863-
221-7680 or email@example.com. Tim Sapp
Yamaha FZ6 2007 13,500 miles, red, helmet i e Broker/Owner SInc
included, $4000. 850-526-5595. 850-209-3595
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Honda 2010 CR-V, certified, great fuel mileage, Real Estate Needs PRUDENTIAL
best selling SUV Honda has. $300 down, $300 as ete S 5 Located on a quiet dead-end JIM ROBERTS REALTY
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Ford 1993 Ranger 5 speedstep-side, cold air, countertops, living room, family room, spacious laundry, nicely painted, clean Office 850-482-4635
Ford 1993 Ranger 5 speedstep-side, cold air, att.......ractive, with a big deck. T rg. yard out bldg. and concrete drivewy. Seller will Ema: robb oberts12@ ai.com
runs good, black, good condition. $2,100. OBO allow$2000towardbuyers closing costs, orupgrades. Comes withanassumable rom
Call 334-798-1768 or 334-691-7111 Termite Bond. Make your apporintmet today!! MLS # 248128 $114,900 An Independently owned and operated member
of the Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc.
King Tiller 6ft. Brown MFG. Disc 61/ ft. Custom home. 3BR, 2BA,
built in entertainment
TC35 New Holland 2003 Tractor 4-wheel drive, ceilings in greatroom/
$500334-796-6361 (LIKE NEW)^ 1 1ceilinte. Fitcen .wihas49
front end loader, 415 hours, diesel, $115,500. kitchen, tray ceiling in
334-691-2803 or 334-797-7881. MB, nice master bath. Encl. patio/sunroom. This 4.24 acre property MLSD243993
is landscaped with many fruit trees! 3-stall pole barn with
TRACTOR FOR SALE-Ford 4000, 52 H.P. Diesel, 6 storage unit, another storage bldg, and an above ground pool! 35 541 Gum Creek Rd. Gracvile Area
minutes from Panama City' MLS #247986 $279,000 Good Country Living 3BR/1Full BN2 half baths, out buildings,
FT. Bush Hog, 6 FT. Heavy Duty Adjustable Disk 1731 Heated SF, Built in 1978 in Good Condition 1.73+ Acre.
With Grease Bearings, 205-902-4212 Need space?
0 0Great warehouse
Marianna-MUSTSEEthis recently renovated, space close to
For sale by Owner like new, move in ready home. Tray ceiling in es down own w M LS#24598
LF16on tiac M ontana SV6, y ho way coi io u st. unde r 6,000
88K miles, 7 passenger dining living area. Nice chandelier & ceiling SF of space Currently being used as'a warehouse 2958 Wynn St. Marianna,
slidin g po. a cou t in- tefor Habitat for Humannity of Marianna. Make an Located just up from City Park,4B/2BA. 2000 heated S Seller
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slidingpowerdoorrail fan. New sin-masterg. $74,900. arS #247456 has appointment today! MLS # CC247736A. th $709 ,000m t t do .buylesc 7
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captain seats. Maintained w/most service re-Uh IX s micra ve. dihIas wi Hareis tatwas dence
a must see. Bring all offers. MLS # RD247834A. $141,900 wilfireplace, Florida mom and much more.
MILLcords. 60-75% tread on tires remain. Carpet se and oncre POND! Retreat from
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USDA financing. S74,900. MLS #247456 home mith some TIC. Approx. 972 SF in the h Buse and 3,215
CALL Sq. unde roof. Some repair needed. Large deck fr Indian p Svion mintaTOPPRICE vion mintaned BR2 il in nd well-mintined, brick, Cttle Frm with
must one. Bring all offers. MS # RD247834A. $ 145 1900 acpla nres, 2 homesmo nd ch more
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Y OUR TOWING NEUSED PARTS roof. Fenced and cross- 496 Monogahela Ave Alford
Enclosed porch, storage building, one-car fenced, 4 wells, of which 2 are solar powered. Approx. 30 acres Compass Lake in the Hills, ike n 3BR/2o A 1757 heated SE built 2005,
24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-664 in clear pture and the balance in pine tree with pasture. porcelailthrougtMILL POND! Retreat fauto
Sar port. Want a horse? Additional 3 acres Borders Wright's reek in Holmes County.. Make an appointment
today Bring all offers! MLS# RD248137A $419,000
PAYINSHTOP DOLARt FORJUNK CARS view from each BR, new carpet, at.dockdock, 2 wksp., ped diveway, 436 South S. Mrinn
secddighest prices paid for Junkish, boating, diving, swimming, etc. Beautiful 2BR/1BA,1476 eted SF, C ea& coolEstate 0
Equipment, Tractors, SeF TPPIEemiads, Junk Cars 40 acrhome sud by 100 cs
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Eat in kitchen and separate dining room. ft. that ill oeed a new
SA S S L Uroof. FenI Sced and rss- 49 Mo prings Subdivision, 3 A o r 4BR/2BA,
viewI A S he pool! Comes with pole bams enc. wwkspolwithBar s amwith3 stalls&Ipalddock, 2602H&S, uilt i ne 2 5, opi e flo plan, I d dad Fm, iarge
poPactially fenced arnd pat lly crosstfenceand for horses. This 140 acs is mostly surroun e. orcelni hrouhout,re dyforehose s mhck r enchng a no
a tacres of Water mrtcn Additional o arpes y that is bordered by Holmes Creek and Cypress Springs w/iBe public
CASH Guaranteed access!(has possible pond site) could be purchased. Apt, and 10 mi from 1-10, Property has a runni creek ith
about 40 acs of pastufe land. Make an appt Dtoay! MLS 1248187A 41st Price$750,000
Nothing to big, nothing to small GeMS #247968 3se, AC al M2Mi946i
W uy wr cked cas ctrm des aigned. walk in clorset, kitchen, deck over looking poolhee Trp l us M orton steel bu ing
S Iscreened in tiled pori Gun rangefenced propet 2 ponds, a hunters paradise.din S do 4B 2BA,
fair a d honest price! Rm. forhorses, livestock. in-ground irrigation system, st uoundeel by 92 bedroom, fenced bcyinrd nd mc moei
ouriding trails nd. Make an appt. today rig all offers. MLS# RD24792A $ 299,l0O00
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and Farm Equip. at a "screened in tiled porch, Got range1fegced property, 2 ponds, a bunters parudise.
fair and honest price! Rm. for horses, livestock, in-ground irrigation syotem, steel burn, walking or
riding trails.Make an appt today. Bringli offers. MLSot RD247922A $299,000
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mechanics room.yFenced8backnlotaon corner0of for your own business By app.. n MLS #24889A List Price: $1347,500 "
wo paved street. $375,000. M #247989 Beautiful buiding 3171 Hy73*Marianna
prestigioin s part 2large outbuildings, all on 9.7r acres.
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Mariannao Was porchased throughou, 380/1 BAt 3 1 1710 H&C SF., buns sowo.
Thursday, May 30th, 2013 fnr a subdivision named hobby ohop, outuildings, great del.
Opening ei 9:00iAM, EST. Hidden Village Estates.,
INSPECTION: Monday, May 20ti- Thursday, dwnBumpnseoacetuthe gorgeous. City water runs
Mays23rdC& Tuesday, May 28th-Wednesday, private home site/farmsonS.02crs750 Listroriced $134,900
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b n ob6ilding with offices, fenced hack yord, torge screen porch. big sitchen, spin flooriplan.
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2013. 'Cash, Check, Mpney Order, or Cashier's Sp idng Chase Subdiv ion, 1.02 acres, 100, wotnrfmnt, deed restrictions
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Uon Silver Lahe. thit n ice lake
hovoe comes with 2 BR/2
REMOVAL: As soon as paid for or by June 6th, 1/2 in. gmat pn. aith dining
business on June 6th, 2013 will revert back to b great no., screened in back patio, length of the house, srnne seeting, nogasoline
motors but electric notors1an d al o sre allowed, excl. fin ing and dieing. MLS#240507
loading. sobha l n in I.1 M i t "oa tcees. Owerlontos rwoy & green.
I!Dear Vendor; ___________________________ Propert backs up to 1-10 MIS #: 247854A List Price: ;30,000 _________________________
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SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER Enah Of.ic is Iam.epeamen OChed and Opearaed
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Owner/Broker. Ouida Morris SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER I
REALTOR REALTOR Ellen Marsh, CRS
850-209-9077 Broker/Owner 850.209.1090 cell UI YUR DRE M
850-209-4705 Ellen@EducatedRealEstate. Ht WOODED LOS i
net there are several lots to
choose from. Located on
8 A A TTER Donna Drive are 2, 1.20
a T STREET MARIANNADRASTICAY e lots or $17,000
4438 D CBric home with 3 It1! EACH Located on Paulk
8o55h 5 s beon on offer[ Road s a 3.45 acre lot
b omm tde n he that can be purchase as a hole for 35,000 or Can be purchased In 3 1.0- lots Eac
.RealFloridaProperty.com b ooms, large kchen/ o e bu nt for 5.000. Located close to the High School and i an established neighborhoodl
Ig area, den, carport ur school and shoppg. frnch oo CALL STACY ORGES (850) 573-1990 for more information or copy of survey.
Commercial Building - and ge back yard. a eeroto, s thinless seel quet hIm 005OU DREAM OUE...
on Jefferson St. one block from large dishwase, stainless steel oven Eeotiea Hoe silA on e
the County Court House and MS247898 79,900. and convection woll even. High anes wih a privacy, si O!
one block fromt Lafuette Street elolency 14 SEER a
about 4 yeare agO. Whtdow, Home located in town upgrades. Huge storage room. Inside Ioundry Oversozed bedrooms and huge master suih., brefast er & Bech.
wiring updated within the wih u s custom Don't let this one get owoy. MIS #247597 15006 CR 274 $99,900 m boast a tray til
p oce pdated features including I L PE PRICE REDUCED.
room. One side of the prebuilding Sttim g 0W. no 1 osrce i-ligs u d
available for working and has a t glass RecentlyAi co nstructed Ie s e home.as his ie 4 baedom
rollupdoorf or deliveries. TWO EistingSig already in place. 2 parcels-Vacant lotand nioe is mov redy. convenient se10 lome win a, mue
Commercial Building. MIS 24 01 $135,000 Possible Lease Purchase. MLS248229 0 $115,000. e Cnlo ctdo ThMaerAnin oi er hO ot lrgebathrren tuba, dt. ersba7 Frg oor duan top olaseca ntei
on____hway_90. __ereIS._a _______________ eve ething. Corner lot. PoPllo 'a" nith a "bao bod Ther te tits a249 patio that you ca0 nlar on arite Ane kits play In Se
Perfect r the investor. heated poolor Spa.Let the kids pay in the LargeFamly There is a 2 ar de garage with ly
Mixed Use Home or MA A nh Home is rcurrent l g of sto rlag el Clltodayl oryorexcdusive showingi MULs 2408o0.CA LL STACY BORGES (850 ) 5t3-190
Business- Historic Home Roach Currently
waiting o r t etyle 3 bedroom brick i rented so a source of rinome is readily available.E I FOR 0T1 DEC
to bring it back to lifel Home is home located on shaded lot BRING ALL OFFERSI MLS #247669 984 2nd Ave. I Wel Lo____watnfothpeet.yrLok No R AeE
ading sold AS IS. This home k in town convenient to all BeoGrdat 2 elrn althhome
9ort onareea (Hwa amend w111niities. Great buy foois e ,b 17in all ft uGcar
90) Maianna and in an area that creoles oliRe vice ora the mounnins Ad The 21 x 13 h ran
is ZONED MIXED USE.The perfect fi time buyer. in Norter lord The aa aiori arre as beadui odrgiw hardwood
hated on a me St or eL 24r263 $62,000. u n, ho oerelrr rl Te 17ster qae
place for a beautiful home or f S 4260 which11 Cooer lo aton ged 0,=1 T he d Msebedoo also
business.Amustseeforspmeone .3 S .S ...L 4 6 200. oak h-rn an old nrailroad Sor, has hardwodod floors and IThe
who would like to live in a n6The apdl more od ehor wine oer3bedomrainehaewod
historichorn orwould like to have a homeand business. MLS 247757 ONLY $140,000 ALTHA like new home in en Mrm t p tre oar s aderapetereisa 22x
SPeacola. Newel posts arm of 11 fiaii mrosmtatcn be uosy
E ehe conuny appears to have oal 'orhgedot 6rna. 1 homnt islted .to IOer deT I
PRIME COMMERCIAL new carpet/cemmic ile, kitchen d te bfront The i 1868 orn oor handtesna Thr d r ne r eeded ao.3a nr4tonac2n4th1.isLmeSCnbse offerOGsatnnot
HIGHWAY .90 with nice cabinets and covered rt sets of n-oieonury Leaded glass windoows. The briek aound the fireoa f and on the
FRONTAGE: 26.25 Acres chime hearth, het steps, pilings, goroge b and shed pilings are am nrehoose bulk
of land that can be used for back pornch o enioy outdoor ineGREAT OPPORTUNITY t
or Residential setting. BIG REDUCTION! 1 rtor nom lorhof to thin litin poer edi Batd wit h ok on o td, fringe, k GRAB A oEt.. Located In
Hwy Frontage of 219 feet ne hp4po 1 ee. te r is oba a bge unusuol bee 3tre- A aed eseonge o an llee ,eid Grand Ridge, this DWMH
on Highway 90. There is. a MLSZ47971o $58,999. a L.6 la ing small waterfall. Th- I, on intermittent 'eom 4m many possiblles... 4
way 9e r he wAh the remons of n old sill. The 70 f. drop from rood to loke reotes hilloidoe reminiscent bBeromanyat h o it erMl
beautiful pond and a hugeo o. n ortnr errainondred de b St eiorr2to rspordise. IS 2474"0 $249,900 edroonms2atthi roove
pecan tree on the property MARIANNA reat 900 Sq FIt! Large Famln
Well. Back of property is' house in grekit locatio featres -itchen wit h breakfast barl
borderedby Railroad. Propertyis located between existing businesses fireplace, hobby rom, Realtor Formal vio room &
and ready for you to bring your business. MLS 247962 $250,000 kidney Sh lapl in round pool, 850209 480390. .I. ning Room.Spli Bedroom
fenced back yd and R debbie deysmi @ bedroom. The Mrlter Bath has a garden tub and separate Showernl. Nice lot on Ashelgoi Avenue.
Residential Beautiful and ig debbieroeysmith@ his home ndsworkO but can make the Perfect home foryourFamilrl Being offeed AS-IS".
well-built home from the '60s. M 2 7 $ 9 embarqvnail.com CASH only sales!l CALL CRESH HARRISON OR STACY BORGES FOR MORE INFORMATION
This home is located across from MS 247970 $129,900.1 e i d
Chipola College on a beautiful Sal id in. h HOME Lat RvISNO O, Tn &OLF
lot of 1.77 acresl The large COTTONDALE Lovely Ciy Limits of Greenl dod.A COSE3orl n2 batoiel
concrete patio has a built in grill home on 3.3 otres wilh customny te sc attered eles Com er e m~ s. n
and is perfr for entertaining ftureaes, hickory cabinets in kitchen, Paved. iRoy ea Lki b. e roas unr eaM ie
or relaxing. Open ceilings with porceloin file on some floos in to Grocery etore, ban and city r o n rees 0 trbo.
4 insulated panels to keep it Sito nd cnrpef it nmom, .cd t TIN Kid. h. .e ,ery caamn e t-in
4ains pan elhewayt in g H BInH Bdiamond design, carpet in bedrooms, MPa 2H 5Hkd to Seel oat
econom ical for heating and s ooded d n n o ... .00 Wr oero ur lN r amale ra.
cooling, Hardwood floors throughout. This home has character that gives it charm! 3 sideld overed pa c and more Great loetion in Malone. ar. s i a ot
Priced at $214,000, come see what a beautiful place it is! MS 248150 MLS 248260 $149,900. Comer location, 8 Lots w/ can ar s a. T SO laed
_ _ __ ~ "est abliehted o an & fruit t ees .-r owe0 2ar urs a eaen an
Home needs to be finished. eson onere aaeedor nemert natrontothnepm
Residential Beautiful MARIANNA Compssoers ated renono .*tin in' .Ior ok'Tm e;inpta1rdtar loryer prMalsoparprtrhemeapone
Executive Home in Camellia Lake in lthe ,ils home is very 2000. tIsta2lld new windm, o une omlesor omeorn tC Sa cluRSOO
Acres Subdivision, a beautiful spacous and has so many special d- f iont & w irien, GREAT OFFICE
Adult Community. This home fe ores, Stone fireplace, Ir l I 2 S,90 SPACE
has a beautiful landscaped bookcoses, wood fencing' on'the t Hower honme with a CALL CRESH
yard with a deck and porch exterorGrdmsivelandscaping.n beautiful oI. of Lake CALL CRESH
on the back to enjoy the Seeoandmsielo ping eminole. Pernitted on a HARRISON at
quiet neighborhood. Split MIS247964 $104,500. Bl to wio t S IIb oois8t 8
inde. 3/2 Sp1it er 850-482-1700
plan home So many beautiful "ioor plan. Screenrddporc with
things with the beautiful home.This beautiful home has 4 Bedrooms and 3 baths. C1AMPBELLTONr oufdls R e WATERFRONT o me
Master Bath with whirlpool bath and separate showerl $289K Large laundryl Modest sized brick home needing MIS 248259 $249, 00 locat Con MDeroo Mill
craft room for all you projects. Large Garage with lots of storage; MLS 247640 some TLC locoted on 0 ot in Well acred for and in need 1 bath home roowith
Snall cuOnty town. ume has ofa mily. d3/2 located on 1080 sq overlooking
Residential 6 Acres -.great potentials for making it ed oere rd with dck perct for
with a stocked pond This nehme. cod e made. P enty of relaxing Kitchen and
home has beautiful wood torage and plenty of extras. baths have had some
inside that makes it unique. MIS248262 $20,000. A ut see. Talktome oaou updatest Living room
PatIo with a deck to an above wo can finance this dream, and Master bedroom
ground pool in 'fenced back MLS 24a0e $75,000 overloak the water Fireplace In living mrooml Private driveway to homel Call today
yrd. Located in Cottondale foevri Thomas, ton your personal showlitit MILS #247509. CALL CRESH HARRISON 850-4824-700
this home has been updated ea ter GREAT I COUNTRY HOME
with new roof and windows. Ed McCoy, Realtor IN GRACEVILLE. 3
Ready for a buyer whoCe.(850) 573.6198 Cell 850-209.5211 ceBoyeBedrooms 1.5 Bath Stck
$148,900 www.emccoymealty.com Realtor@ 1300 sq frit Located on
Residential- Character firstname.lastname@example.org wsorkshop Open floor
plan with breakfast bar
gives this older home in IGR CEVILLE in kitchen. Tile flooring
Graceville its charm! This Amazing updoates done in and carpeting. Built in
well maintained hoe RIANNA this 5 bedroom home while entertainment center
has a large yard 'and is M adre hnmA 3 maintaining the original pine c 1 In the family room..
y coenent yd 'dhe MnoUe h e wit 3 f s o n tel h e. Attached 1 car garage. Home needs some updates but would make the perfect home
College and Businesses bedrooms, fireplace, spacious Nice cvereom front porch ond r rentalI CALLCRESH HARRIS OR STACY BORGES FOR MORE INFORMATIONI
of Graceville. This 3/2 rooms, open deck and detached screened back porch, largeshed, NEW STING IN
home is ready for you to Be r o MARIANA Nice n
-call it home. The roof was garaige. Located just minutes tool bin and double gate into attached carport. MILS 247494 $130,000. Bedroom 1.5 L ate Brick
completely replaced this year! Bedrooms are large with plenty of space fm wn. FOUNTAIN Weol end stree 1 Car Garagea
Call today to set an appointment to see this bealbtiful and affordable MIS 248240 $59,900. minid 3 bedroomt home h beautiful Large Oak
home. MLS 247421 $89,900 (payments less than renti) ~ tled an2.46 es, feed d, fend oaccept all t and USoDA
BLOUNTSTOW N ross' fenced, in the (ountry. fos loans This home will not
Residential- Beautifully Brc- prch aaoss the fmit ado Sold AS-IS. MLS ?4865
updated-home in Graceville kitchen, 3 hbedrms, screened comblede. T 904 mr to CALL CREEH gRISSON
near the College. This back porch, new 30 yr. roof, REDU CED *$68,900. MOREINFORMATIONI
home has a New Metal e oversized oage and o two car MALONE owMH
Roof, a new Condenser MALONE WM Oh 10
(A/C Unit) New hot water carport forboat or mower.- .. .. MARIANNA This home Ot/Nea f 1a .Maifont
heater, above range MLS 247591 $109,900. has so many features there is kchen wnter sland.
covered front porch w/
Microwave. Energy Efficient "not enougo -momr to mention additional deck area tor
windows and new lighting al- -l. r oIl. Just few, 4 tBedtooms, hot enteraning. Oversied 2 Car
throughout the home. Relax .MALONE Greatlocation ca. e w hp a oTnero a I s
on your 12X24 Deck there's is nothing to do but MOVE IN this hornmel You for a mini form, 8 o1as dearedond founain, above ground o condition with screened
have to see this to know how beautiful it is inside! MLS 248049 $85,000 r oady 1o form, indudes 3 bedroom wooden bridge o d conered front porch. Py
inn a large workshop we
farm house with metol roof and house to back posture. You need to see this! !MLS 247928 $135,000. "elec. NoRoof CALLSTACY
Built in 20111 This 3 iy siing. Located on nOW VACANTB LAND8M531
Bedroonm 2 Bath home is almost pave ta G MVarious Locations R Nm I II LO 1t
brand new with a >beautihul posa are no on ona Oa
kitchen, livingydining 'area and MIS247820 $55,000. MIS 247754* 1.79 acres, cleared $37,500. ,, Hk,,mi
large laundry room. Two car MIS247776 0.44 acres, borders lake*, $37,500. M r a rnore.
garagewithlotsof storage Pull MARIANNA -Great MI 247136 a 0.19acres, cleared $22,500. Ummd -F.0 d U." fRo
down stairs for extra storage inVtOSent or Strter orn IS238056 *O 10 acres,wooded $13,500. .rasrea.,eaap
in the attic. Perfect size home located in town with 2 hedro0ms At rha I a m A
and lot for easy maintenance and care. Located close to shopping and dining, in nnmer ou uate toee nearilete asem
a community with great schools, Chipola College and excellent Medical Care. Easy 0and numerous updaes inding on aPat Furrr n
access to recrational sites induding the-Florida Cavems State Park, ChIpoa River, ht/ a, app l, a re.l Realtor, tm r, 0 R
Glue Springs Recreation and Spring Creek. $110,000 MLS247026 MIS 247826 $35,000. 850.209.80"/1, ne
Residential NEW ON"mn a "
MARKET 4/2 Manufactured CALHOUN COUNTY "M = M., e
$64,000 'for this newly place a mobile home on 20 oCres Daneul Dainy hoit, PFo D-l
tile throughout. Master 00th arm on iU roo m to am. trirfelectr c timplocbibin b -oo
has a large- walkin closet. MIS 248222 o. $67,000. 'onhiort, as G POM E OReaU
tiled garden tub. Firepiace in large living area. -Beautiful Kitchen with lots of a diningorea. Addingrteentoymenlomrn ishameisonlargeaei n I 13.lm'He lvaf bedroom/l.5 baths with Just
cabinets. Check it out on my website WWW.RealFloridaProperty.com GRAND RIDGE Handyymon ihemiprieboebadyrd and in-gr.oedpooL Calloforuhoe ngIoda nlsLt19tn$178,,0uder t4 a tss Loated
spenl!Cometelhdrenovs. ionoathis m -i ,, PICea R artII b d Elementary and next door
beautiful 1920's home is tlinckude 3 bedrooms, otiinalihwood rona nk o leenrid Mao ,rino doue n ee
already on the way to being foonr, high ceilings and more. biso has eon n ,ro ,,n uree s-te partest plaaa toe ontab
-completely restored. This 3/2 a loge meotl 2 corgougoe wih coerte .uld oi ntorn tea, CALL CRAsnt HAR0ISO OR
hom e w ith hardw ood floors floor and 2 tollupdoon. not bedro om, noon ro king Go StAC O FO R MORE
and ceramic tile give charm MI 248236 $49,900. 'oa r'C n ton h BRIC O
to this private 1 acre lot $90h0.ooodoondfikloeng. Thbrrnor eod hnoel damorbl aaorp,-rdima, hatcRIC OME tM
surrounded by woods give COITONDALE = ooozerdaapoaaldn.eh.er Ea.sytoror. roralleroppotanaI enlcsti o AB 1 02 2e AJuAsRA w Thir houreca
it the privacy and quiet for ,Excatpionnl features come with ,enOaaeaes ofid caaBe we it your homet l 3Bwg 1.5BA
relaxing place to come home.' mthis well built bide 3 bedroon(tsimttd on n ers oreandve l.55 bilrdile Approx 1100 sf. Located
Short Sale is approved! ROOF Must be replaced. Seller is Very Motivated. home located on 2.94 aties. r,,dar mrltoo. to noo--trees in the yar, 0re1ax
Listfed for $59,000. Make an Offerl MUST BE CASH SALE. MLS #247773 Prope has fendy ng for animals naae.rio oa uore bid & hardivoard on the front porch with
equipment. asarened book poph iron oreloobka in the yardl Large open
LAND available: MIS 247876 $31 t00Fabuls 18ex36' pont w/oil orounrd tchen end 1 car noached
Acre Lot $6000 Valley e priocy rencmng0 This home oFRoes rspli bnadr :desg, nerrrlocolosopenorpionw/pillred carport This home is new
Oaks Subdinision off nt Hwy arclay, opn kitchean, pntiea roonem plnonfil seorge aomo..s Maf24744 $279,000 on the market to call today for the price. CALL CRESH HARRIsON OR STACY BORGES
S73 North o MALONE GreAt deteil -RIO o lnla TeraM y oi
5 Aare Tract $22,000 Sweat used in the compl9 renovomien seod g enr lese. ,, a.,ci oorSop
PondRoad of this 1912 Victorian hom s 200, ,, ZONED MIXUSE
10 Acre Tract $35,000 off preserving niny oeginal doons ..r.re. a/o
Blue Springs Hwy thrseou'ot1he home.Ca fo t our rol, 2s tn Hntt P"mrap o ae,, t
10 Acre Tract River Road Near appointment to see this lovely tia. t aas olp oar
Paramore Landing $40,000' home. You Ibe amazed. v.e and ke kale baa boned
NEW USTING 1 Acre Lot in Compass Lake off of 231 in Alford. $6,000 MIS 247785 $129,500. d .a=ne.n.o daernrra,ner a eo .,r o rsmn suA
THEY'RE ALL IN THE CLASSIFIEDS
S10B SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2013 JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN* www.jcfloridan.com
COBos, ENGINE, "ECOB OO NIN
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20" WHEELS .. . .........OFF .OAD PKG.
MSRP... .............. ..................... ......... DISCOUNT. ............. ,250 CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.....................$3,645
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT........$3,050 RE TAIL CUSTOMER CASH........$3,50 0 RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH...............$2,500
E TAIL CUSTOMER CASH................. FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH...... 1,500 FORD RETAIL BONUS CASH.........$1,000
V FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH................. $1,000 mTRADE-N ASSISTANCE .................. "...$1, T0 RADE-IN ASSISTANCE...... .........$1,000
| 6TR ADE-IN ASSISTANCE... PRA IA ,2W E4D X3 .AE $1 000
#13194 #12323 #13200
XL VALUE PKG. TAILGATE STEP, .0 V8, CHROME PKG
........ .9 A........ .. ... $34,57 5 ..................... ......... .8 41,265 IPOLA FORD DISCOUN 3T.......................$3,230
P FORstD DICOUNT ........i....... ..1,580 CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.;.... ..............$2,770 RETAILCUSTOMER CASH .................. ...2,500
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH........R.TAIL....C.$2,500 R USTOMER CASH.....................$4,000 FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH........$. .$1,000
O CREDIT BONUS CASH............ .0F N H$1,000 TA7S TRADE-IN ASSISTANCEL......... ..$1..i,000
MAX TRAILER TOW,
ECOBOOST ENGINE ECOBOOST ENGINE DIESEL, LOADED
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.......8......... .2,880 FORDDISCOUNT $...........,, 380 mSRP... ......,.. ..........,.... $62,385
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH........$.2,500 ETA2 CUSTOMER CASH........ $2,00 CHIPOLAFORD DISCOUNT.,.....$83,370
FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH.........,.$1,000 FORI CREDIT BONUS CASH....... $1,00 RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH......$2,500
TRADE.IN ASSISTANCL....,.,.,,,.......$1,000 'j TRA E N ASSISTANCEi....i 4.C......$1,.13.. 000 FORD CREDIT........,.............$1,000
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WAS $14,995 WAS $16,995 .WAS $19,995 WAS $19,995 WAS $20,995 WAS $23,995
NOW$10,495 "NOW$14,995 NOW $15,495 NOW $18,995 NOW $18,995 N OW$20,495
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#P3405 #12126A CERTIFIED, #r3415 48K MI. #P3385 #13246A #P3413
ABS WHLS., 33K MILES 4X4, LTHR, CHROME THR., LOADED LTHR. 0 V, 35K MI., LTHR., MOONROOF, LTHR., 20" WHEELS,
WAS $29,995 WAS $34,995 .WAS $35,995 .WAS $35,995 WAS $36,995 WAS $36,995
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